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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 31, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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TRMTAI a 1881.Prpr r.
fltM C. TRICE. Publisher and Proprietor.


A" $P D IDfor taking the next cesus of Florida
D to the Secretary of State's office and
ascertain the number of commissions
-" issued. It will then be an easy matter
Sto figure out the population. The fol-
D Sughters of COfederacJ 0do lowing appointments lave been made
the past week:
For the State at lar e-C. C. Smith
Excellent Wort and C. A. Stephens, J sper; Hon. A.
C. Blount, Pensacola; frank H. Davis,
Apopka; Winston S. Branning, Titus-
ville; John W. Bowers, Pensacola;
E If DDPRESVIDIE tl SELE 4TED William Fisher, Pensacola; S. E. Mays,
ED PRtESHIDENTW ,SELECTED Jr., Plant City; Waltpr K. McCord,
Tampa; Wm. G. ikall, Lake Butler; E.
M. Brelsford, Palm Beach; S. S. San-
ford, Mayo; John W. Harris, Bell (Ala-
Mrs. T. H. Randolph Writes an In. chua county); Robert J. Boone, Mari-
teresting Letter. anna; Owen Griffin, Budter.
INTEREST IS INCREASING.
To the Members of the Anna Jackson People Are Becoming Worked Up on
Chapter of the United Daughters of
the Confederacy-Greeting: Gold Watch Contest.
Ladies-In presenting my report to
you of the work done by the chapter The contest for the most popular
during the year 1901, I feel how incom- young lady in Tallahassee will last but
petent I am to do this in the presence a short time now. Notice of its close
0t so many gifted women. However will soon be given, and people who
this may be, the chapter has accom- wish to vote should take fair warning.
glished some things upon which it can It is an unwise policy t4 wait until the'
6ok back in after years with some de- last minute to send in your ballots.
pgee of pride and pleasure. I refer, The shrewd politician makes an ag-
gmong other things, to the securing gressive campaign fromi start to finish.
trom the Legislature of 1901 the sum He plans on getting ahqad at the start
rf $2.300.00 toward the erection of a and keeping there until ae comes un-
Confederate monument at Olustee, and (er the wire a winner. ,Confidence be-
to the conferring of thirty-one Crosses gets confidence. This is a well estab-
of Honor to the veterans of Camp La- lished fact, therefore if you wish to in-
umar. These two efforts have been duce others to vote for your favorite,
worth while, if we had done nothing vote yourself. Vote early and often.
more; but when we recall the lunch and The contest during the past week has
supper, which, in connection with the been more interesting jhan usual. A
sale of a handsome Confederate- quilt number of new names htve been added
which secured to us the sum of $41.00; to the list, and some changes in the
the lecture on the Battle of the Natural relative positions is noticed. As will
Brideg by the hero of the hour (I refer be seen, the number of ballots cast is
to General Miller, of Point Washing- greater than for any previous week.
ton), which gave into- our treasury The question of "who is th'e most.
17.20; the immensely successful popular young lady in Tallahassee?" is
program on Memorial Day under the still unsettled. We know that the Cap-
aupices of Mrs. Clifton B. Guynn, and ital City has more beautiful girls than
the brilliant speaker of the day, the any other place of its si*e in the coun-
Jaosrable Dannett Mays, (the collec- try. They are all beautiful, charming
dUog adding $31.63 to our treasury; the and popular. But who is the most pop-
,acquisition of Mrs. Smith, Miss Sue ular? That is for our readers to settle.
"Archer and Miss Mary Ward (the The young lady receiving the greatest
."daughter of our first Florida martyr to number of votes will receive from The
the Lost Couse) as honorary members Tallahasseean a- handsome gold watch.
on our roll of membership-I say when which. is warranted by Mr.. H. N.
-we recall these items, the Anna Jack- Sweeting to be a perfect time-keeper.
son Chapter may look back with some The watch is now on exhibition in Mr.
degree of complacency upon the work Sweeting's show window. In addition.
of 1901. her picture will be published in The
In recalling our roll a requiem must Tallahasseean. .
Mot be forgotten to the memory of our Remember that no coupons will be
two members who have been called taken later than the Thursday before
away to add their names to a more last- the close of the contest, and that noth-
ing roll of honor. I refer to Mrs.'Geo. ing but coupons cut from The Talla-
P. RBaey and Mrs. Sallie Smith Custia. hasseean will be counted. There will
The first to leave us, we shall ever re- be no ballots printed fqr tne purpose
emmber them with love and regret, of selling. We still have a number of
Before Mrs. Custis was gone, I had old Tallahasseeans left, ;which will be
to gather some items of interest sold at regular rates as, long as they
our historical records, as her hus- last.
was among the sick and dying Following is the standing of the can-
the early years of the Confed- didates up to the hour of going to
and doubtless received many press:
words for loved ones far away, but Miss Pearl McCord ............. 90
this I procrastinated. Miss Fannie- Shutan.............. 8(1
The manner of the marking of the Miss Gussie Chittenden .].......... 33
Iraves in our City Cemetery is still an Miss Wee Wee Wilson.. .......... 30
ipen question, and the Anna Jackson Miss Nellie Costa................. 21
Chapter is still amicably divided on Miss Florence Lewis.............. 21
this important question. My proposi- Miss Mamie Andrews............. 20)
tion to put a granite or brick coping Miss Octavia Lavender............ 16
around the whole, with a handsome Miss Clifford Carroll.............. 12
and substantial inscription, has met Miss Blanche Bradley............. 7
with some favor. I would suggest Miss Gertrude Chittenden........ 4
that as the veterans of Lamar Camp Miss Bertha B. Bradley............ 1
donated no little toward this effort, Miss Blanche Parret................ I
that they have a vote in this matter, Miss Bessie Saxon................. 1
Int as another takes my place today, I Better send in your coupons and let
oly offer a suggestion, and leave the them be counted.
honor of completing the work to her. -
SBefore I close, I would congratulate PANACEA NOTES.
the chapter on the accumulation of a Panacea Springs, Jan. 30.-Mr. and
fiw relics, viz: an account of the cele- Mrs. H. E. Smith, of New York, ar
kration of the first Memorial Day in here, and Mr. Smith is having a lot o:
Tallahassee, given by Miss Sue Archer; sport. He is a splendid shot and every
this association has been merged into time he goes out brings back a bag ful
the Anna Jackson Chapter, on motion of game. Mr. Smith is having a duc
W its president, Mrs. R. H. Gamble, at boat built for his own use, pattern
tn early date in the year 1901. Other arter his own ideas, and expects whei
ppers of interest consist of the roster it is completed to bag more ducks thai
k officers and members of Thompson B. heretofore.
Lamar Camp of Confederate Veterans, Prof. A. H. Lowrie and wife, of El
No. 161; also roll of the Leon Light Ar- gin, Ill., are also here. Prof. Lowrie i
tBlery, Co. D, 1st Fla. Int., which went a publisher of national fame, and h
to Pensacola under the command of and his most excellent lady are amoni
Hon. Judge Hinon as captain in 1861. the most charming guest we have hai
These two treasures came from the for a long time.
generous hand of Mrs. C. A. Bryan, A party of gentlemen Went out a fei
oar honored vice-president. Still other days ago, and in addition to a larg
SOUvenirs are copies of hymns sung as bag of ducks and small game, brought
far back as the first memorial services back one large, fine wild goose. Ther


IB our cemetery. These, with other are millions of the latter here, but the:
newspaper articles, culled from leading are so wild and so alert that it is nex
Southern papers, -and in possession of to impossible to kill theta on the bay
the chapter, I would suggest be put in Mr. Hall .is still adding improve

fteh form as to be more substantially ments at and about the springs. Quit
reserved than in commercial envel- a force of hands are engaged in thi
A S. work.
In regard to my intercourse with the
I*embers of the chapter as your presi- RAMON'S BROWNIE CALENDAR.
kit, I have much to thank you for. .The accuracy with which Ramon'
In every proposition I have made, in Brownie Calendar has foretold th
i very can for a meeting, I have met weather this winter is sipnply wonder
ith courtesy and gentle kindliness, ful. Its prediction for March was 1s
lad ere we part, I would ask your at- to 3d mild period, fair.! 4th to 10t
ltention to a few words of warning that storm wave, severe rain storms ove
have sounded in my ears through the Southwest, stormy weather in Canad
trouble of our sister chapter at Brooks- and New England. These condition
9i1e. Let us be the banner chapter, have been fulfilled to the letter, and o
only in wresting from the Legis- Monday, March 4th, the papers aR
a sum exclusively for our Con- nounced in large headlines: "Vast mul
te dead, but let us also be the titude standing in soaking rain wil
er chapter for peace and good will. nesses inaugural ceremonies." Th
t us ever hold up the feeble hands Weather Bureau at Washington issue
'"onfg us whenever it is needed, and a special bulletin Sunday evening stat
-Y that "our Lord would direct us in Ing that the weather Monday, March
14 Our work with His most gracious would be the finest experienced on th
er ." Respectfully submitted, inauguration of a President; the sk
MRS. T. I-H.L RANDOLPH. surely would be clear and the temper
January 21st. 1902. ature warm and balmy. We are i


TAT-LLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. F RIDAY, JANUARY: 31, 1902.


A R IL LIANT BANqiET An extmey important item In the
ABRILLIANT BANQUET care of teeth is the use of dental
floss alw after eating. This, to-
gether wi a soft orange-wood tooth-
BY CICERO LODGE rpc will mve every particle of food
There so many excellent denti- ]
prices th it is hard to decide which
one is Precipitated chalk is al-
ways g and may be rubbed about
4q the gums after eating anything acid
"A Feast of Reason and a Flow or Soul" from a anoid e ing the teeth to extremes
of tempe ture. Very hot and very
FGathering of Distinguished Orators--nlany cold su nces have a tendency to
crack the namel. Never use a metal
instrument of any kind in the mouth,
Guests Present. and neith bite thread nor crack nuts
S. with the -Ladies' Home Journal.
ARV HOPKINS' DEMISE.

had Bee Sick Only About a Week
"Some friendships are made by na- Knights of Pythias wore a broad man-
ture, some by contact, some by interest. tle of charity-sufficiently broad to en the End Came.
and some by souls," said Jeremy Tay- embrace all the virtues of "Frien Mr. Ar h Hopkins, one of Talla-
lor. No matter by which of the above ship, Charity and Benevolence." His hassee's t enterprising and respect-
address was well received. 's citizen died Wednesday afternoon
methods the friendships existing in Governor Jennings responded to the ad citizen died Wednesday afternoon r
Pythianism are made, the friendship is toast "lorida" in a vein that elicited Monr the hot Deceaof Mrs. Bond, obeen Northsick
there in all the beauty of its force, and rounds of applause The Governor has Monroe st t Deceased had been sick
a cardinal virtue- of the -order of a pleasing The Gernor has only about ten days, and his sudden
Knights of Pythias. Pythianism is a pleasing manner and excellent de- death was great surprise to the peo-
founded on "Friendship, Charity and livery. His effort was a model of elo- ple.
Ienevolence." One of their tenets is quence. He received the rapt attention Mr.Ho ins was a worker in the
that there is nothing metritorious but of the large crowd as he pictured in true sense of the word, his latest un-
virtueand friendship, and that friend- glowing terms the wonderful future of dertaking being the construction of a
ship itself is only a part of virtue. Florida. railroad frm St. Marks to the cypress
The order took as its precept the To the toast "Pythians," our bril- ramps. S et.ng over a week ago he e
beautiful story of Damon and Pythias, respoliant Attorney-General, W. B. Lamar, contracted a severe cold, which de-
whose love for each other surpassed the respondeLamar isd ln hiways happiest mood. Mr. veloped in pneumonia, and although
love of woman. The two men were Lamar i always eqdal to the emer everything was done that was possible
Pythagoreans of Syracuse, and lived gency, when it comes to making a to medical science, he continued to
in the first half of the fourth century. speech. He was particularly eloquent grow wo
Pythias, who had plotted against the in picturing the applause virthat followed his e At one t e Arvah Hopkins served as
life of Dionysius I., of Syracuse, was fort showed that he had struck the deputy sheriff of Leon county, which
condemned to die. As he wished to rigort hod that he ad struck the position h filled with entire satisfac-
visit his family and arrange worldly right chor Day, chairman of the tion. Indeed he threw his entire ener-
affairs before execution, Damon offered Hon. H. E. Day, chairman of th gies into dyery unertaking, and few
himself as a substitute, ready to die if Florida Railroad Commission, respondt men had nwre friends. In 1890'he was
his friend did not return on the ap- ed to tne toast "Commence." His wit- married to ss Laura Barnes, a most
pointed day. He was placed in chains ticisands called forth loud clapping of estimable *,ung lady, by whom he had
and Pythias turned loose. At the last hands while his references to com- two childrefo.
moment, when preparations were be- mence were very appropriate. Mr. Funeral took place from the Episco-
ing made for the execution of Damon, Day is a pleasing talker. pal church Thursday afternoon at 4
tythias came back. The tyrant, Diony- "Education" was responded to by o clock, services being conducted by
slus, was so strucK with the fidelity of State Superintendent Sheats, in a short the rector,;Dr. Carter. Remains were
the friends that he pardoned the of- address. The subject was of such vast interred inhe City Cemetery, and were
fender, and begged to be taken into importance that the speaker could not conducted io their last resting place
their friendship. cover the ground thoroughly in the by a large concourse of relatives and
Upon such principles of love apd allotted time. Mr. Sheats is tn enthu- friends. '
fidelity the foundation of the order of siast on education, and his telling ad-
Knights of Pythias has been laid, and dress showed the scholar in every ut- IF U WERE SCARED
it is needless to say that the best men te T. Myers isrance. not a member of easily you night suppose that the pain
of the land nave become members. Hon. F. T. Myers Is not a member of In the low r part of your back meat
Tallahassee boasts of two prosperous theeorder, nor was he on the program. kidney trouble. But being a person of
Tallahassees boastspofitwotprosperous
lodges of Knights of Pythias-Cicero Nevertheless he responded to the call sense you know it is only muscular
and Capital City Lodges. They are of the toastmaster in a telling response stiffness, from cold, and that prompt
composed of some of Florida's most tothe toast Florida," after which he treatment ith Perry Davis' Painkill-r
distinguished sons. For some time pidev. a glowing tribute to Pythianisen-. will preve it from growing into lum-
past the oldest of these orders, Cicero taRev. S.ive L Mcarty, asLa represent bago. Act accordingly and you will be
Lodge, has been making extensive pre- native of CapHis address was able his glad you w this. There is but one
parations for a grand blow-out Their decliedrh Hs addrs wasla hs Painkiller, rry Davis'.
efforts culminated last night in a royal delivery perfect, and the applause lib-
banquet at the Leon Hotel. The event eraL THE OTHERS' MEETING.
tvas one of the most elaborate ever Thand its concluded thsafely speecaid that never beg. On Mond y afternoon, January 27th.
given in the Capital City. Nearly two forehand it can bthe safely said that never be-tnere asse bled at the home of Mrs.
hundred invitations had been sent out, fore has the Capital City been treated W. L. Moo in this city a number of
of which number over one hundred to such a flow of eloquence as was mothers a those who make home
were present. The distinguished speak- rough forth by t happy and bright The meeting was
era were brilliant and happy, and e- Cicero44odW Knights of Pythias. happy
ers were brilliant and happy, and e- Andthe banquet itself was all that led by M William Knott. Sacred
ceived rounds of applause. The occa- And the banquet itelf was all that music, Bi readings, exchange of
sion might aptly be termed "a feast of could have beendesred. It was servedopinio e stimulus of thought
reason and a flow of soul." The beau- under the direction of that popular against thght-made the hour pass
tiful bursts of eloquence and scintil- caterer, Mr. Crawford, of the Leon. swiftly by.
lating flashes of wit kept the guests in I Following was the menu: The world has learned that mothers
good humor during the entire evening. Oysters on Half Shell, require a k owledge of all outside con-
Dr. W. E. Lewis, the toastmaster, Celery, ditions tha influence the home, and
was equal to every emergency, and dis- Broiled Lake Trout, Port Wine Sauce. the future welfare of our little ones.
tinguished himse.f by the bright man- Pomme Parisienne, Mothers a realizing this. and today
ner in which he brought out the vari- toast Turkey, stuffed, Cranberry Sauce, the deep a preciation of the need of
ous toasts. Rev. W. E. H. Mabry, the Asparagus Tips, Creamed Potatoes, such inter ange of views has caused
I able divine, and eloquent orator, made Chicken Salad, Mayonnaise, mothers' Lm ngs to be held in every
I the opening address. In the course of Philadelphia Ice Cream, State of o own country, as well as
his remarks, which were largely lauda- Assorted Cakes, in twelve f eign countries.
tory of Pythianism, he said that the Coffee. The p Ihas devoted itself most
..- ----- --- --generously the cause, and they have
TEN CENTS FOR TEN WEEKS. than one, three can live for less than focused att tion on the good work as
The St. Louis Mirror is a twenty- two, and- but remembering him- nothing ely could have done. Due
Eight page naper, in magazine form, self, he stopped with a suddenness that notice will given of next meeting.
Edited by William Marion Reedy, as- attracted the attention of all. His face .-- -
Ssisted by a staff of contributors com- became suffused with blushes, and it THISC ,iMA rE IS GOOD
Srising the best writers and literary is even said that he now crosses the enough for anybody with weak lungs.
d authorities on all current subjects, street to keep from meeting the quiz- The patient need not travel. He can
Social, religious, scientific, financial, zing glances of his friends, get well h with the help of Allen's
Lung Bals taken frequently when
Slterary or art isca weekly review of A DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT. coughing al shortness of breath after

Smen and affairs; a treasury of short In response to neatly prepared invi- exercise se notice upon him that se-
Sstories and good poetry; a paper in stations quite a large number of people rious pul nary trouble is not far
s which the best books, best plays and gathered at the Senior Cover's residence away. All 's Lung Balsam is free
e best music are ably reviewed, and all about 2% miles east of the city, on the from any fm of opium.
g topics of contemporary interest are St. Augustine road, last Friday night, CORPORATIONS
given careful attention It is the up-to- and spent a very delightful evening. NE CORPORATIONS.
date paper for the merchant. the teach- The Misses Cover had prepared a The Ope tors' Cooperage Company,
Ser, t rofessional man, the student, splendid program of amusements for with its pri cipal place of business at
e the politician, as well as for woman the evening, which was entered into Leesburg, i Lake county, is a new
nAd the home with enthusiasm by the young folks, corporation hat has just been granted


y If you will send us 10c, in silver or The older ones, too, seemed to enjoy a charter.
t stamps. we will mail the Mirror lo themselves equally as well, and it was The gene I nature of the business
yt our address for ten weeks. past midnight before the crowd de- to be tra sted by the corporation is
THE MIRROR, St. Louis, Mo. parted. the making, manufacturing and selling
T- Among the guests were quite a num- of all kinds f barrels, staves, heading
e A MATRIMONIAL THEORY. ber from this city. and other enware.
is The amo t of the capital stock is
The other night a party of gentlemen
were discussing the subject of matri- KEEPING THE TEETH IN GOOD $40.000, div into four hundred
monywere discussing the subject oft-quoted rematri- wasCONDITION. shares of t par value of $100 each, to
Made that it was cheaper for a young Use a brush with bristles which are be paid In anh installments and upon
s man to get married. A well-known neither too stiff nor too soft, and brush such terms nd conditions by-laws ma be
e young man who had evidently been the teeth on all sides. provided f y the by-laws of thecor-
Sseriously contemplating taking the The teeth should be examined at porationyea The rm of business will be
Sstep, gave himself away by enthusias- least twice a year by' a competent den- went y Thebusiness will be
h tically exclaiming: tist. They should be washed with luke- conducted a president, secretary,
ra "I hope theth eory will work out all warm water before, breakfast, after treasurer a board of mdireayctors, and
s right, because if two can live cheaper each meal, and before retiring, necessary.
IN BED F R WEEKS WITH LA
l GIGRIPPE.
t- We have r ived the following letter
e Iost Popular Young Lady from Mr. Kemp, of Angola, Ind.:
td1 "I was in four weeks with la grippe
t- and I tried y remedies and spent
4, IN TALLAHASSEE. considerable or treatment with physi-
y e1 cians, but I cved no relief until I
7 tried Foley' Honey and Tar. Two
1r- o r small bottle of this medicine cured
- VOte me and I no use it exclusively in my


VOL. XXI. NO 49


BODY LAID TO REST



Remains of Secretary of tate

Buried Saturday '



THE LAST RITES PERFOLED


A Man of Irreproachable
and Integrity.


Cbjter


Had Diogenes been in the fle'i dur-
ing the life time of Dr. John J. raw-
ford, his search for an ho man
would not have been in vain. I T.e life
of Doctor Crawford was above re-
proach. His career was untarashed.
his friends were legion, and n 9an in
Florida had a greater share 6f public
confidence and esteem. a
Dr. Crawford was a man *h1, pos-
sessed the courage of his co'ivi&4ins.
His sturdy honesty of purpose' won the
admiration of all, and it can bh truly
said that he did not have an 4emy.
T he news of his death, while! n|t un-
expected! was a shock to thce ntiro
State. His condition, for som tim.,
gave little hope. He had long passed
his allotted four score years. Hs life
was one of usefulness, and when the
end came, tne news was received with
genuine sorrow.
The doctor breathed his last at 7
o'clock last Friday morning. The Gov-
ernor was immediately notified: a pro-
clamation was issued and necessary ar-
rangements were made for the funeral.
Flags on the State Capitol and armory
were placed at half-mast.
At 10 o'clock Saturday morning the
remains were conveyed from thai resi-
dence of his son to the Capitol, vyhere
they lay in state until 11 o'clock, on a
catafalque in itae rotunda. The place
had been appropriately draj~l. a
squad of the Governor's Guards 7 re on
duty as a guard of honor, and any
people paid their last respects to the
remains.
At 11 o'clock the cortege moved slow-
ly down Monroe street, thence to the
Methodist church, where funeral ser-
vices were conducted by Rev. W. E. H.
Mabry, the pastor, and Presiding Elder
J.-B. Ley. From the church, the pro-
cession marched with slow and solemn
tread to the City Cemetery, where a
large crowd had congregated to see
the remains of the illustrious deancon-
signed to their last resting place.
The pall-bearers were among "Flor-
ida's most distinguished menm -They
were: Justice F. B. Carter, (oimis-
sioner E. C. Maxwell, AttorneyRGen-
eral W. B. Lamar, Superintendent of
Public Instruction W. N. SheatskGen.
David Lang, E. G. Closly, Bartw B.
Wilson, and C. H. Dickinson, p vate
secretary to Governor Jennings. f
"I feel as if I should fly to pieces."
-tow often those words are o0 wo-
man's lips. They express to th e itter-
most the nerve racked condition .f the
body, which makes life a daily km mtyr-
dom.
If this condition had come siM enly
it would have been unbearable. B- the
transition was gradual. A little uonre
drain each day of the vitality. 1Any
woman would be glad to be rid oa u.cil
a condition. Every woman tries to b,)
rid of it. Thousands of such w.:)Pieoi
have been cured by Dr. Pierce's treat-
ment with his "Favorite Prescrij.tion"
when local doctors had entirely faiiod
to cure.
"Favorite Prescription" contain.- no
opium, cocaine or other narcotic.

GIVE WOMEN RIGHT TO VOTE.
"Why should women be denied the
right of suffrage?" asked Rep-esuwnta-
tive Henry C. Smith, of Michigan. as a
bevy of members of the gentler se.
passed. "Look at those girls anod tell
me it they would not exert an elevating
and refining effect on the politics of
this country. Our women are plire anw
intelligent, and are well qualified t9
fulfill the duties of a voter, and I be-
lieve the country would be benefited
by allowing them to vote.
"I would like to see them in the
House of Representatives, the Senate,
and other public places they wouldI
adorn. I never could understand why
women, some of whom possess great
wealth, should be denied the right of
suffrage, when it is given to every mal-
of the legal age, who may be nothing
but a loafer.
"I will introduce a resolution pro-
posing an amendment to the constitu-
tion providing for the right of suffrage
to every citizen, male or female. ThiS
may cause some criticism; but I believe
it is proper women should be given tha
right to vote.
"I am a great believer in women,
and they exert a wholesome effect by
their presence. I have a number in my
office, and I propose to keep them in
there. Their presence tends to kee'
everything neat and clean; they take
the place of tobacco-chewing men, and
the fellows who tell vile stories."


STEPPED INTO LIVE COALS.
"When a child I burned my foot
frightfully," writes W. H. Eads, of
Jonesville, Va., "which caused horrible
leg. sores for 30 years, but Bucklen's


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THE WEEKLY TATAA88A1 "MAN FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1902.


ONRSON POND NEWS.
PJmm 1l Mention In and Around the.

Neighborhood.
-Mr. Jesse Atkinson is a farmer right.
IlBe has rented some ten or fifteen acres
of land from Mr. Dawson Boatwright
-Ie has it ready for planting. Mr. At-
kinaon has for several years followed
the fishing business, but now he thinks
lBe will try and make some bread for
lhis wife and three chicks on the farm.
Mr. James Moody is clearing land on
the place he bought from Mr. Strick-
land, to plant a rice patch. He is also
-making preparations to fix his inclos-
,Ure for pasturage for a month or so. He
'says that the field has an abundance of
*corn shucks yet on the stalks, which he
thinks his cows will eat before plant-
ing time. He says a cow at this season
4of the year is like a drowning man-
he will catch at a straw, and a cow will
bite a dry corn shuck.
Mrs. Isaac Alligood, who has been
,confined to her room for some time,
'was able to be up and about Sunday,
,to the delight of her many friends.
Mrs. G. W. Alligood was out to the
-church Sunday with her little grand-
:son, Thomas Jefferson.
Mr. W.. D. Atkinson had a house rais-
Aing on Wednesday of this week. It
"was a log building, and you have often
Heard of "J was a joiner that jointed
,up a house," but this was "a notcher
'Who notched up" Mr. Bill's house. And
lit was Mr. Isaac Alligood.
'Mr. Joseph Moody and family went
'fishing down the creek below the lake.
"They .succeeded in capturing enough
for the family-two or three messes of
fine bream and trout
Mr. W. T. Atkinson, wife and Mr. D.
IBoatwright's family also captured some
fifty or sixty tine bream and trout
Mr. W. T. Atkinson, one of the party,
"was a little more eager than the others,
3so he ventured out on a nole In the
*-reek, and made a riffle to land a big
,trout, when his foot slipped and into
Ithe water he went up to his waist.
'After considerable exertion, he was
.rescued from what might have been a
"watery grave.
The third fishing party this week was
-Mr. F. C. Coles, brother and Mr. Walter
Blake, who tried the finny tribe in a
pond on Mr. James Moody's place.
north of Munson Pond. They had very
.good luck, and caught enough for din-
-ner, with some to spare.
It is reported that Mr. J. R. Horne. of
-Shake Rag, or Bel Air Crossing. will be
married tomorrow.
Rev. W. F.-Haskins preached to a
large congregaLion on the fourth Sun-
-day in this month at Oak Ridge school
house. He baptized one applicant in
the afternoon in the Open Pond near
9Mr. Isaac Alligood's The applicant
-was Mrs. Elizabeth Atkinson. mother
,5t W. T. Atkinson.
Oak Ridge school, taught by Miss
Gussie Herring, closed a very success--
ful term today. All the patrons we:-r,
*-out to see how their children had ad-
vanced, and to bring full baskets of
chicken n and pie to spread for dinner
.--A the end of the closing exercises.

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Pa., "yet I woild have lost her by
*croup had I not purchased a bottle of
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,roup an. throat and lung troubles. An
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ones like the taste and remember how
often it helped them. Every family
shouldd have a bottle of One Minute
oughgh Cure handy. At this season of
tne year it may especially be needed
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INSTITUTE FOR COLORED TEACH-
ERS.
A Two Months' Course to Be Conduct-
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State of Florida,
i allahassee, Jan. 28, 1902.
Again I have the pleasure of an-
mouncing that a teacher's training
course will be conducted for colored
teachers at the State Normal and In-
,dustrial School at Tallahassee. begin-
rming March 17th, and continuing two
Months.
The entire faculty .of the school will
aid in conducting this course and one
:additional teacher, selected because of
-eminent fitness and success in this par-
t icular field of work, will be supplied
1by me. a special donation of the Pea-
.oody Fund having been granted for
this purpose by Dr. J. L. M. Curry.
The faculty, as reorganized, consists
'.argely of able men and women who
have received thorough training in the
:-reat industrial schools of Booker T.
TWashington at Tuskeegee, and similar
institutions elsewhere. These teachers
:are prepared to give that character of
instruction which will most help the
colored teachers of this State.
President N. B. Young. who is a
graduate of Oberlin College, and has
Yor years been prominent as a member
of the faculty of the Normal and In-
idustrial Institution at Tuskeegee. Ala.,
and also the Georgia State Industrial
College. will have personal supervision
of the course, which is a guarantee that
the most beneficial order of work will
be done.
The various industrial departments
of the school, twelve in number, will at
all times be open for the inspection and


13b~s wit youeat.
,aft, inm mtlo a wna anr. 011 ,9 fin


study of the members of this course
and special short courses of a practical
nat-'e will be arranged for their bene-
lit.
Good board can be had at very low
rates Und reduced railroad rates will be
arranged tor. Tuition is absolutely
free fpr all teachers and all those pre-
paring to teach, who are not less than
sixteen years of age.
In view of tue rare advantages offer-
ed in the way of instruction, accommo-
dations, and the use of the extensive
equipment of the school, every colored
person who can do so will be expected
to attend. There is a demand for well
equipped teachers and colored teachers
are particularly needed. One who
stands well in this school cannot fail to
secure immediate and profitable em-
ployment.
Let there be a full attendance from
the State at large .and particularly so
from Middle Florida.
Very respectfully,
WM. N. SHEATS,
State Superintendent Public Instruc-
tion.
County Superintendents are request-
,(d to see that a copy of this circular is
sent to every colored teacher in tbi;r
resiew tive counties and to insist that
they attend when possible.
SHE WANTS IT PUBLISHED.
Gooch's Mexican Syrup has given
perfect satisfaction in my family, and
I want to recommend it to everyone as
the best remedy for coughs, colds and
all lung troubles. A young lady in my
employ, who had been forced to quit
work and who hadbeen given up to
dlie by her friends with consumption,
has by the use of Gooch's Mexican
,-?yrup been restored to health, and is
now at work earning her living and en-
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publish this as it may be the means of
saving the life of some other consump-
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Gooch's Mexican Syrup cures a sim-
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"'i'E NEW., AT CHAIRS.
Chlia;.s. Jan. 29.-Mr. Palmer Walk-
er. a prominent traveling man, spent
the right not long ago with his friend,
Mr. B. (C. Williams.
Mr. ( ichr:.. of Thomasville, was a
recent t h'ii.ss visitor of Chaires.
Miss Mar 'ep Chiles. of Fort White, is
visiting at the home of Mrs. E. C.
Smith.
Mr. Bob Ferrell has returned from a
brief business trip to Thomasville.
Mr. Robt. Fisher recently received
some fine oranges and grape friut from
the Fisher Bros.' grove in Tampa. Mr.
Williams also received some from a
friend. This correspondent was the re-
cipient of some in both cases.
We regret to learn that Mrs. David
Chaires' mother and sister, Mrs. E. Bur-
roughs and Mrs. Eddie Duncan, of
Starke, are both very ill at their homes.
Dr. White and Miss Mollie Smith, of
Centerville, visited the latter's sister,
Mrs. S. A. Cox, Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. E. C. Smith returned last Sun-
day afternoon from a visit to her son
and daughter and little new grand-
daughter. Miss Mary Harman Smith,
at Quincy. Mrs. Smith was accom-
panied by her son, Sam, who will re-
main at Chaires for several days. .
Mrs. W. T. Snipes and Mrs. B. C.
Williams spent last Thursday in Cen-
terville. This was the former's first
visit! since her critical attack of illness.
Mr. W. H. Markham, of Tallahassee,
with his wife, spent several hours last
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. Chaires.
S.eriff Pearce, in company with the
sheriff of St. John's county, was in the
village recently. Mr. John Winthrop
also spent a couple of hours here last
week.
Mr. Sam Smith and Miss Mamie
Chiles spent Tuesday in Lloyd.
Mr. Rowland, the photographer, who
has been located here for the past six
weeks, left this morning.
Misses Mamie and Maud Snipes spent


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an enjoyable day last Friday with Mrs.
Robt. Fisher, at her charming country
home two miles from the village. This
extensive farm owned by the enter-
prisjng Fisher Bros. must be a great
source of pront, as they are strong be-
lievers in diversified farming.
Mrs. Brown and little son have re-
turned from a prolonged visit to rela-
tives at Carrabelle.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams visited friends
in Waukeenah Sunday.
School has been suspended since
Monday, as Professor Woodbery is suf-
fering from an attack of la grippe.
Mr. Hancock spends about as much
time of late at Chaires as he does at
his home in Tallahassee. He has re-
cently purchased a tract of finely tim-
bered land from Mr. Perkins, of Mon-
ticello, which is near Mr. English's
saw mill, and has brought the State
convicts out to prepare this timber for
the mill.
Several cows have recently been
killed by the train, among them Mr.
Woodbery's fine mirk cow.

Office of D. H. Hardy,
Secretary of State,
Austin, Tex., Nov. 21, 1900.
I have found Dr. Moffett's TE-.,H-
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teething children. When my oldest boy
was a teething child, every succeeding
day warned us that we would inevita-
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ON LAKE OKEECHOBEE.
A Trip to the Everglades-Boat Got
Stuck on Mud Bank.
Commissioner of Agriculture B. 1E.
McLin, State Treasurer J. B. Whitfield
and Comptroller Croom have returned
home from a trip to the Everglades,
where they went to examine into the
canals cut for the purpose of draining
Lake Okeechobee. I
They report a pleasant trip. Tihe
party left Tallahassee on Sunday apd
rt ached Punta Gorda Monday. From
here they went by boat to Fort Myers,
which place was reached just as night
set in. At Fort Myers they took a
small boat and went up the Caloosa-
hatehie river, to Fort Thompson. This
stream is so crooked that at some
places thr crew had to get out on the
banks and cordell in order to make trhe
tuiyns. After leaving Fort Thompson,
which consists ot nothing but a po t-
office, they proceeded into Lake Flipt.
While proceeding on their journey pn
i tuesday, the boat ran into a mud bank,
where she was pulled off after ;ix
hours of hard work.
Five minutes after being pulled pff
the bank the boat got stuck on the }lft
bank, and remained all night. Ro'-
')oats we e procured by means of whih

the party proceeded to Lake Hi k-
poochee, which is about six miles long
tby four or five miles wide. While
crossing tnis lake, Commissioner Mc-
Lin used his 'oob" to some effect, cap-
turing four fine trout. the largest |of
which was a ten-pounder.
At the head of Lake Hickpoochee the
party camped. and made a meal on Mr.
McLin's trout, and a couple of duqks
which the hunters had killed. Afier
examining the canals leading into Lake
Okeechobee. and taking a trip on the
lake, the party procured teams and
drove forty miles through the country
to Fort Thompson, where they took a
boat for Fort Myers and started on
their return to Tallahassee.
A report of the results of their inves-
tigations will be submitted to the Gov-
ernor at a later day. Commissioner
McLin reports that the effects of the
recent cold spells could be seen as far
south as Fort Myers, although no seri-
ous damage has been done. In some in-
stances young orange trees were dam-
aged slightly. The prospects are bright
for orange growers this year.

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The sweet, pure breath of the babe is sug-
gestive of innocence and health. Some chil-
dren are as light and delicate as the modest
flower, some are strong and bright, some are
frail and sickly.
A mother's yearning for children is Insep-
arable from a love o the beautiful, and it
behooves every woman to bring the sweet-
est influence to bear on the subject of her
maternity.
To make my that period when life is
born again,

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The kidneys are your
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Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
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It used to be considered that only urinary
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If you are sick you can make no mistake
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A PLEASANT EVENING.
An Enjoyable Surprise Party in Honor
of Mrs. Aaron Levy.


Quite a delightful surprise party was
given Monday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Levy, and those
who participated report a splendid
time. The event was planned and ex-
ecuted in honor of Mrs. Levy, who
knew nothing of what was transpiring.
A large crowd of friends and admir-
ers assembled at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Williain Levy, where the plan
was deliberately arranged. From here
they marched to the home of Mr. Levy,
were his estimable wife was com-
pletely overwhelmed with pleasurable
surprise. Mi s. Levy has gained an en-
viablh reputation as an impromptu en-
tertainer and was equal to the emer-
gency, It is needless o10 s:: that an eve-
ning of genuinet mirth and merriment
abounded. 'I1 here were amusing games,
music. r-eituti;ns. and delicious re-
freshments.
Among those enjoying the festivities
were Mr. and Mrs. Aaroii Levy, Mr. and
Mrs. Alex. ,Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Brovwn. lr. and Mrs. William Levy,
Miss Beittrice Marcus. Mr. Julius Ball,
.-ir. Ii:ir:'s ;(-vy ;irl Mrs. Fannie Baer,
of T1 i ia;l. A'i'.g hli g;i g is f r nol abroad were
Mrs. I',ael. of Philad'Plphia; Mr. J.
Isaac-, of C hcago; 31. Max y rauss. of
Savannah; Mrs. D. Bl]uvm. of Wash-
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Miss Ida Bu-rksheiu, a pop.!ianr young
lady of Gaine.ivil}e, who is visiting
friends in the city, was also a delight-
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PO-OPERATION IN SCHOOL MAN-
AGEMENT.-Part Second.
There are few teachers, we presume,
who do not urge upon their pupils the
importance of an education and expa-
tiate on the advantages which accure
s a result of one's oeing properly edu-
cated. When a teacher does so the pu-
is naturally expect to find in him an
0emple of the truly educated person.
ansequently when they realize that
teir teacher is incompetent to perform
he ordinary duties of business, of citi-
gsship, of social life; that he is ignor-
gt of the world, of literature, of his-
try, of current events; that he is rude
i his manners, sloven in his dress, de-
waved in his tastes and not ambitious
or higher accomplishments :t is but
natural thit such pupils should fa:i to
be inspired by him with a love for
study and a desire" for an education.
Co-operation is lost as a natural
Mcosequence. It is likewise natural
that parents with a larger knowledge
of what an education should be like-
vise lose interest in the school and fail
to co-operate with the teacher.
Interest begets interest. The teacher
who enters upon his new duties with
gal and well formed plans thereby
annifests capacity and will enlist at
1Wce the co-operation of his patrons
and pupils. By arriving early at the
place of his employment. by making
the s lool room and grounds as at-
tractive as possible for the opening of
gjiol. by a few friendly calls and
even liy polite requests for assistance,
confidence is inspired and co-operation
iecured.
But it is not sufficient that the people
have confidence in the teacher. The
1x [ teacher needs abundant confidence in
the people to inspire him. We believe
That there are as many communities in
wh vich the teacher does not find in the
i people sufficient ground for confidence
as there are in which the people fail to


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Hemorroids, or piles, whether pro-
mfrlng, internal, bleeding, itching or
X) Mind, can be effectually, quickly and
p inlessly removed without surgery by
using the greatest discovery of the cen-
tury for the cure of this painful mal-
ady. We refer to Dr. A. B. Clark's
Pile Remedy, now purchasable for the
S rst time through the sole agents, the
Clark Medical Co., Pittsburg, Pa., and
costing for a complete treatment only
One Dollar by mail, passage paid. So
convinced is the doctor of the efficacy
a ohis remedy in removing forever
every vestige of this dread disease, that
bhe h Instructed his agents to refund
the price paid in every case of failure.
TIhs gives the public a much needed
p tection as against certain remedies
i tht have nothing to recommend them
empt price. A treatise on Hemor-
&*| mailed to readers of this paper.


Many ask what is the Tallahassee
Improvement Association doing, and
why does it not have the streets clean-
ed? This comes only from those who
are ignorant of the facts. The T. I. A.
is an association of ladies who have un-

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flad ground for confidence in the
t cher.
ome of those things that inspire
confidence in the teacher are an attrac-
tive school house,good furniture, pleas-
ant surroundings, the means for pro-
v~ling physical comforts at school and
iq the boarding place. Harmony among
tlte patrons, friendly calls from pa-
tipns, kind and encouraging words and
by no means least, practical assistance
int making preparation for the opening
of the school and for the maintenance
ot the school room, its belongings and
keeping the premises in a suitable con-
dition. .
To say the least, it discourages a
teacher when he- finds that the people
whom he is serving have barns that
are better than their school house;
when the community declares itself too
poor to provide fuel or even a service-
able stove or a bucket and dipper for
him and the pupils to use at school;
and that in oruer to get these and other
actual necessaries, he must buy them
himself-probably even go in debt
among strangers with the prospect of
paying out of the proceeds of discount-
ed warrants.
Let parent and teacher too study
their duties and each do as far as possi-
ble what he conceives to le his share of
the work of the school without wait-
ing for some other person to take the
lead. Why waiton another? If, in a
line of battle several miles long, each
soldier should wait for a fellow soldier I
to lead the charge there would be no
charge. The tug of war comes when
rank and file rush forward together as
one man in their united strength re-
joicing as a strong man to run a race.
C. L. HAYES.
State Normal College, DeFuniak
Springs, Fla.

FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over sixty years by mil-
lions of. mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer imme-
diately Sold by druggists in every
part of the world. Twenty-five cents a
bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup," and take no
other kind.


Notice To Physician. -
THE UNDERSIGNED BOARD OF MEDIC A L
Examiners in and for the 2)d Judicial Dis-
trict of the State of Florida will coaveue in the
Citv of Tallahas'eee. the Capital. on the third
Tuesday in March, 1 NI2, being tlhe 18th
day of aid month, omr the purpose of con(lucting
examinations and granting certificates t9 prac-
tice medicine in the state of Florida, a cording
to- A n act to Regulate the Practice- of M'etlicine
in the State of Florida," etc. The meeting will
be held at Dr. George H. Gwynn's ofT.lp at 10
o' clock a. m. sharp.
All those practicing in the State of !Florida
without license will please take due, notice
thereof and govern themset-lves accordingly.
..y order of the President.L -
GEo. H. Gw;wYN. M. D., PresidentL
GEO. W. LAMAKR. M. D.,.
J. F. WILL.6A-, M. D., Secrqtary.
January 2:l. 1902-4t

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, iLand
Office at Gainesville. Fla., Jan. 13i 1902.
Notice is hereby given that tile fol-
lowing-named settler has filed notice
of his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and thai said
proof will be made before WVn. C.
Hodges, U. S. Commissioner, at fralla-
nassee, Fla., on Feb. 24. 19021 viz:
George McGilbert, of Tallahassee Fla.,
Hd. 26639 for the N. W. Sec. 18, Tp.
2 S., R. 2 E. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous resi-
dence upon and cultivation o said
land, viz: P. D. Lewis, of Woodville,
Fla.; W. F. Page, of Woodville,j Fla.;
Hill Lowry, of Woodville, Fla.; VWella
Hamlin, of Woodville, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
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by various names, but are all due to the
same cause, acid and other poisons in
the blood that irritate and interfere with
the proper action of the skin.
To have a smooth, soft skin, free from
all eruptions, the blood must be kept pure
and healthy. The many preparations of
arsenic and potash and the large number
of face powders and lotions generally
used in this class of diseases cover up
for a short time, but cannot remove per-
manently the ugly blotches and the red,
disfiguring pimples.
Eteaommal vie gam Is ttheA poo
of a beautiful omplexlo
when such remedies are relied on.
Mr. H. T. Shobe. 2704 Lucas Avenue. St. Louis,
Mo., says: My daughter was afflicted for years
with a disfiguring eruption on her face, which
resisted all treatment. She was taken to two
celebrated health springs, but received no bene-
fit. Many medicines were prescribed, but with-
out result, until we decided to try S. S. S., and by
the time the first bottle as finished the eruption
began to disappear. A dozen bottles cured her
completely and left her skin perfectly smooth.
She is now seventeen years old. and not a sign of
the embarrassing disease hase has ever returned."
S. S. S. is a positive, unfailing cure for
the worst forms of skin troubles. It is
the greatest of all blood purifiers, and the
only one guaranteed purely vegetable.
Bad blood makes bad complexions.
purifies an d invigo.
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LU that nourishes the
cdi t body and keeps the
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dertaken as their.work the keeping in
order of their own premises and the
beautifying of the public parks. One
hundred and seventeen dollars off their
limited funds was spent last year on
tne parks, which is all the association
has any charge of or control over.: They
deplore the condition of the public
streets, but this work is entirely out of
their province, as above stated. Many
members of the T. I. A. are heavy tax-
payers and feel that the streets should
be kept by the city.
Tallahassee is one of the most beau-
tiful cities in the State and gives back
many fold in attractions all the! labor
and adornment bestowed on it. t
It is hoped in the coming yeat that
many rough places may be *-made
smooth and many unsightly ones made
beautiful by the united efforts of the
city government and the Tallahiassee
Improvement Association.


YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill fonic
because the formula is plainly printed on every
bott e showing that it is si imi!y Iron and' Qui-
Aine in a tasteless foir" No uue. No Pay. .5c.
A;T.AhII.AN1S NOTIt E.
Notive is hereby given th:it, ai guardian
of the estate iof chlarles L. IDeMilly, a
minor. I will :almiy to :ne ii n. It. .. Whit-
lield. cominty judge of Leon county. Fla.. at
his office in t he courtt house of said county,
in the ,y of TIllailias e. on .M"lndav, the
17th day ofr l't-hru:ry. A.. 1 '. at t"n i
o'clock ;a. m.. or as soon there fter a.s I can
be heard, for authority to sell the interest
of the said minor in tie following ilestriI 'd
ral estate, situate In said co)uintv, to-wit:
N.. E. ,, '. 1of S. I. ,i. N. W. ', of
S. E. !. and E. i_> of S. W. i of S. E.
.f Sec. *2 : S. E. It of See. 14; N. 1' of
N. E. i,. N. of S. E. 11 of N. E. ,. S. i
. i of N. E. 1, S. E. o f N. W. 1. and
S. i j Set. 1.1; N. W. I, of N. E. %1/ of
Sec. 14: in T. 2 N. of R. 1 E., containing
1,0r0 acres, more or less
W. A. DeMILLY, Guardian.

ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE.
All creditors, legatees, distributes, and
all persons having any claim or demand'
against the estate of Annie S. Ilnrtt, de-
ceased, late of Leon county. Florida, are
called upon to present them dhily authenti- '
cated to the undersigned administrator of
her estate within one year ihpr estate not
-exceeding $2.oOO from January 17th. 102.o
the date of the first publication of this no-
tice: otherwise this notice will be pleaded,
in bar of the same.
WM. D. HAItTT, Admr.
Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 17, 1902. St

STATZEBRT.
Made Uader Seetion 35, Chapter 4115, Lav s
of Tarida.(1893.)
Showing the amount of taxes chaged to tht
Tax Collector of Leon county. Florida, to bt
collected for the current yeafr1900, and the
apportionment of the same to the severs
funds for which nuch taxes have been levied
Including poll ta with county school fund.
Total tax for year 1900, including
Poltax (19oo)............. .... 24,902 09
Am't collected and pald to Oct.
23, 1901... .................... 24,99209
APPORTIONMENT.
General revenue... ............. ..$ 7,301 86
Amount collected and paid to Cct.
23 190..................... 7,301.86
Wines, forfeitures............... 2,808 21
Amount collected and paid to Oct.
23, 1901 ......... .......... 2,808 21
Bridges. culverts. etc ....... ... 2.246 67
Amount collected andpaid to Oct.
23, 1901.......... .... 2.2467
County Schools. including ,,. .m. 12,03M3.5
Amount collected and paid ., Oct.
23, 1901...................... 12,83.5 35
Attest: Covu.cm. A. BRYAN,
Clerk Circuit Court' Leon County, Florida.

In the Circuit Court, Second Julicial
Circuit of Florida in and for Leon
County -In Chancery.
Ben C. Chaires and George Greenhow, a.s ex-
ecutors of the last will and testament of Julia
S. Pettes, late of su d county of Leon. de-
ceased, etc. complainants, vs. I ctavia C.
Greenhow. wife of the said George Gr.enhow,
t.ettie G. Beard, Garland Shepard, Lettie S.
LaRoche and James H. Laioclie, her huslind,
Defendants.
It having been made to appear by the affidavit
of George Greenhow. one of the complainants in
this cause, that the defendant. Garland Shepard,
is a resident of New Kensington. Plenn-
sylvania, and the defendants, Lettie S. I altoche
and James H, I aRoche, her husband, are re-i-
dents of Binghampon. New York, and that
there is no person in the State of Florida the
service of a subpoena upon whom would bind
any of i he aforesaid defendants, and that each
of the said defendants is over the age of twenty-
one years:
It is therefore ordered that the said defendants
Garland Shepard. Lettie S, LaRoche and James
H. LaRoche her husband, e and they are hereby
required to appear to the bill of complaint here
in at the office of the clerk of said court, in the
City of Tallahassee, Florida, on Monday the 3d
day of February, A. D. 1902 and that this order
be published once a week for four consecutive
weeks in the Weekly Tallahasseean, a newspaper
published in the said county of Leon.
tt witness Council A. Bryan. Clerk of said court,
(SEAL) and the seal thereof, this the 1st day of
January, A. D. 1902.
.. COUNCIL A. BRYAN,
Clerk Circuit Court Leon County, Fla.
STATE OF FLORIDA, I
County of Leon. f
I, Council A. Bryan, clerk of the Circuit Court
in ann for the county aforesaid, do hereby certify
that the foregoing is a true copy of the original
order of publication in the foregoing case. as
appears on file and of record in my office.
Witness my hand and official seal this 1st day
[sLEAL.1 of January, A. D. 1902.
COuNCIL A, BRYAIN,
45-4w Clerk Circuit Court Leon county, Fla.

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Notice is Uerey given tUU Lit te un eUiKe.U, .
guardian of Mabel Maxwell and Penny Maxwell,
minor heirs of B. F. Walker, deceased will sell I
at private s-le on Friday January 31st 190'2, the
following described tract of land. lying and be, I
in in Leon County, State of Florida' to wit:
The southwest quarter of secti, n seventeen
(17), Township three (3) north, Range two (2)
east, containing 160 acLes, more or less. Alo
the east half of the east half of the South east
quarter of Section eighteen (18), Township three
(3) north, Range two (2) east, containing orty
acres more or less.
L. 0. MAXWELL, Guardian.


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Comers and Goers-Death of Mrs.
Moore-Was a Popular Lady.
Arran, Fla., Jan. 29.-Mr. C. W. Rich-
ardson arrived with his family Satur-
day. We welcome them to our town.
Mr. W. E. Edwards is the happiest
man in Wakulla edunty just now, on
account of the arrival of a little son at
his home. ,
Miss Geddie, of Oklocknee, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. C. W.
Richardson, will return to her home
tomorrow.
Mrs. iush, of Dothan, Ala., is visit-
ing her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Edwards,
this week.
Mr. Tom Lee, of Smith's Creek, has
been a visitor here since Monday.
Miss Lillie Smith, of Chaires, was
the guest of Miss Kate Bunker Satur-
day and Sunday. She is a charming
young lady, and we' hope she will come
to Arran again in the near future.
Our community was saddened by the
death of Mrs. Curt Moore at Crawford-
ville. She was a splendid lady, and be-
sides a husband and children, leaves a
host of friends and relatives to mourn
for her.
Mr. J. E. Crawford has removed his
family to Smith Creek.
Miss Estelle Mash, of Carrabelle, is
visiting friends and relatives here, and
at Crawfordville.


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State Crawford. Mr. Dorman is well until ne was well along in years-in Gainesville Sun, in its usual able man- values the people feel all the time that
nown in Tallahassee as wel as fact considered an old man-yet he ner, however, points out certain alleg- they are bearing an unjust proportion
throughout the State, and his selection was so mindful of the wisdom of the ed dangers. It agrees with the Gov- of taxation, and they have reason for
will give general satisfaction. Creator and his doing that he never ed dangers arees with the Gov- of taxation, and they have reason for
will give general satisfaction. Creator and his doing thathe never ernor that all property SHOULD be as- feeling that way too. Constant dis
SAMPSON has not yet been heard from complained of "bad weather." He used sessed at its full cash value, but thinks satisfaction is the natural result.
in regard to the deer alleged to have to, declare the days were "good and bet- it would be dangerous to inaugurate Nor is this all. We are endeavoring
been killed by Admiral Schley while and comment on "bad weather." When such a plan unless the same burden is to bring industrious settlers here. They
on his Georgia trip. Until the bureau- and comment on "bad weather." Wheas placed upon railroads and telegraphs. look at our tax village. They, of
cratic hero opens his mouth the coun-he did oin the Methodist Church it was We submit that the objection is not course, do not know that property is
try will suspend judgment, because it to lead an exemplary life n every par- well taken-under all the circum- assessed so far below its real cash
may be that Sampson wants the credit. Te doctor served Florida longer in stances, which, by the way, ought to be valie and the rate seems ruinouslyr
FAITH may move mountains, and an official capacity than any other man. perfectly well understood by our old high* to them. In fact, many are de
hope buoy one up for a certain time. And while he had none of the personal friend McCreary of the Sun. terred from coming on that account
Still it takes something besides faith magnetism that has made some of his The are assessed by a board cothe I al cash value the mllage could at itre-
and hope to run a printing office suc- conferrees famous-nothinghuthis rug- State are assessed by a board cor- real cash value the mileage could be re-
cessfully. It requires some coin and ged honestly, faithfulness and capabil- posed of themptroller, Treasurer and duced to the minimum, and yet there
much honest toil. The Tallahasseean ity to commend him-it is doubtful if Attorney-General of the State. These ,woutild be a surplus of funds. There is 4
is giving better satisfaction now than any other in this State had a Wider officials have every access to all the statute law in existence requiring prop
ever before. personal acquaintance, and it is cer- assessment rolls of the State, and it is erty to be so assessed. We think, with-
tain that no other man enjoyed the fair to assume that they take into con- out consulting the Board or any
IF a young man is really in love he confidence of the people to a greater sideration the pro rata of values assess- member of it, that the Board can
never says he cannot afford to marry. extent ed against other property holders in the be relied upon to make the railroad
He is willing to live on bread and wa- It is no reflection upon the living to respective counties when they go to and telegraph companies bear theii
ter with the object of his choice. The say that his death is an irreparable loss make up the assessment against the just proportion. This being true ther4
great trouble with many young men to the State. railroad and telegraph companies. Any is no justification for the present
who think they are in love and cannot method and no excuse for its continue
afford ot marry, is that their liver is GIVE IT A TRIAL. ance.
out of order. Why some people will continually A ching Joints WATERMELONS AND CANTA-
condemn persons and things without a
THE truly great man does not let his hearing is beyond us. A case in point In the fingers, toes, arms, and other LOUPES.
own greatness swell his cranium to the is the bulldog tenacity with which cer- parts of the body, are j tha Te fertile soil of Leon county fr
bursting point In the political eldrtpressondemn e inflamed and swollen by rheumatism- nishes wonderful possibilities in t'hi
it is not always so mch what a man brethrea of the press condemn the that acid condition of the blood which cultivation of watermelons and canta-,
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SIS A Prince Henry. It is politic that royalty depot facilities, and it is a fact that
S ..visiting this country should be received declares itself to every traveler in these
.gf g in a manner befitting its station, not- parts. Yet we know the Railroad Com- N A L
withstanding we frown upon monarch- mission is saving to the shippers of the
og.es al government. But when it comes to State thousands upon thousands of dol-
sending special commissions across the lars annually, therefore we do not care e- ru-na ( ure
WIPI O(ft Wr) .. .. ...$$ pond to fawn at royalty's shrine, we to see it abolished *because it has not "
OHN C. TRI d. think that is carrying the thing entire- secured what we need in that line. r51 j xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxLA
TRIOS .SLly too far. We are pleased to note that The Commission is in position and is M-
I Weyler's reconcentrado methods some of the ablest newspapers and willing, too, to be of far greater ser-
re ro 's, rconcntrado methods representatives in Congress are de- vice to the people if they will avail
the wPhilpines the ttics adopted in bouncing it in unmeasured terms. themselves of it. If you do not believe N
Athe Philippines be right? it send your uncollected overcharges to

C C O'A GREAT LOSS. H. E. Day and see how quickly he will ,
CLAY CRAWFORD's appointment as In the death of Dr. John L. Craw- Day and see how quickly he wil
Secretary of State is being well receiv- ford, which occurred about three hours realize the hard cash upon that ,old
ed throughout the State, and the press before we went to press last week, the claim the companies have almost ig- M
Comments' are most gratifying. State lost one of her noblest citizens. nored you about when you urged its
payment. Do this and you will soon
TE Democratic party would do w ell was truly a gentleman of the old become an enthusiastic Railroad Comn-
would do well school, a type that is rapidly passing mission man, if for no other reason
to profit by experience. It is generally into history, and of him it may bemission man, it for no other reason
admitted that silver is dead, and it will truthfully said, the world is better than that they can collect claims-that
truthfully said, the world is better that
iot do-to load up on any but live issues. he lived in it and emblazoned the way is, if you know anything about the
number of overcharges collected annu-
JOE TERRELL has shied his castor of an exemplary citizen. b a
into the Georgia gubernatorial contest Dr. Crawford's character was as firm to inathe they amount a ;
and Dupont Guerry has challenged him as Gibraltar, yet his manner was as e rete
to a joint debate. By all means let Joe mild as that of the most timid child. GOV. JENNINGS' APPOINTMENT.
and Dupont enjoy themselves now. Once convinced that he was right, no The Tallahasseean is not in the habit
power on earth could change him nor of dealing out fulsome flattery, but we
THE man who persists in pursuing a divert him from the plain path of duty. cannot refrain from commending Gov- N
Policythat promises nothing but de- These characteristics were so palpable ernor Jennings for appointing H. C.
feat and disaster is not wise.. In this in every action of his everyday life that Crawford as Secretary of State, to suc-
instance what applies to the individual nis bitterest political enemies (he had ceed his lamented father. The Gov- ^
applies with equal force to the party. no others) could but admire him, and ernor has been peculiarly wise in his
THE proposition to allow ex-presi- hough many longing eyes were turned selections, but in the present instance N
dents a life pension of $25,000 annu- to his position as Secretary of State, his judgment stands pre-eminently
ally i un-American and unwise. The none ever dared oppose him before the forth.
same may be said of many other pen- people. The appointment is not only a hand- .
sons allowed by the United States gov- It may be truthfully said, too, that some tribute to the memory of the late
ernment d by the United States go- while almost a life-long public official, Secretary o. State, who was considered
ne was a firm believer in the princi- by all who knew him as the incarna-
GOVERNOR Jennings made a wise se- ple that "the office should seek the man tion of rugged honestyand unapproach- ,
election and happy hit in appointing and not the man seek the office." He, able integrity, but is a deserved com- s
Clay Crawford to the position of Secre- therefore, never went to conventions pliment to a most worthy public ser-
tary of State. In fact, the chief execu- and political gatherings seeking pre- vant. s
tive has made many new friends by his ferment, nori sent his friends there in Clay Crawford has been in the secre- m D, m r
graceful act. his behalf. -lis- selection as represen- tary's office for several years, and is Mr* M
tative from Wakulla, Senator from thoroughly conversant with the duties. X z x xxxzxxxxxxxxxxxx x x
ature. Jo L. CRAWFORD was one of Wakulla, FanAmin and Liberty, and During the past few years, owing to the Hon. Rudolph M. Patterson, a well-]
iature's noblemen. He was absolutenv his subsequ(ait appointment as Secre- failing health of his father, he has vir- following letter to The Peruna Medicin
incorruptible, a man of strong convic- tary of State all came without solicita- tually been Secretary of State. In his The Peruna Medicine Company, Colu
tons, and gentle disposition, and would tion. In fact, for the latter he was an conduct of the affairs of the office Mr. Gentlemen.--"1 have been a saffe
eivestand outto the end for what he con- earnest advocate of another man. Crawford has made many friends years, and at the earnest solicitation 0
celved to be the right. Once, when the people of the State throughout the State, and all will join say It has afforded a complete cure.
LOST opportunities seldom return to were clamorous to make him their chief in congratulating Governor Jennings others."--ORUDOLPH M. PATTERSO
the man who waits. Wi.lkins Micaw- executive, he sent his son to the State for his choice. In Tallahassee the con- Mrs. J. C. Garrett, of 38 West 117th
ber, after letting many golden oppor- convention at.St Augustine with posi- census of opinion is that a better se- street, New York City, writes:
tunities-slip through his fingers, waited tive instructions not to allow it. The election could not have been made. They "I can honestly recommend Peruna a
long, weary years for something to turn writer, wao was raised in the Doctor's regard the appointment as a most hap- ,* a great catarrhl
up which did not turn. home county and had known and loved py one, and the chief executive has in- and heals quick-
THE impression prevails that the him from childhood, remonstrated with creased his popularity in the Capital ly and perma
Rough Rider has given pr the Washington the him the morning the convention met. City. nently.
Rough Rider has given thexus a la Fiton He was appreciative of the honor, but The appointment is not to fill out the This is sim
simmonaval clique a solar plexus, a a Fitz- could not be persuaded to change his unexpired term of the late Secretary of ply the whole
simmons. Members of the press will. mind and hung around the telegraph State, but only until his successor is : \ 4 story in a word
however, reserve their comments until office, occasionally repeating to his son elected and qualified. An election will : have for years
the truth of the surmise is ascertained, his determination not to allow his be held next November, at which a f a- riwtvht-
THE self-made man usually loves to name used. Secretary will be chosen. Mr.. Craw- ta when I tooravat.
brag about the job, but the "genius" The writer pressed him for the rea- ford will. no doubt, be a candidate for : Mrs. J. C. Garrett. f cold and Peruna
'who makes a fool of himself and be- son of all this. At first he would not the position, and as he has a strong 4 cured rim. It is
comes a general laughing stock, ha* say, but finally he turned around in following, the chances are that he will indeed a great medicine, and worthy the
little to boast of. Still, he is usually his chair and with gesticulations-and succeed himself.,
too 'thick headed to keep his mouth much emphasis said: "One goes into CAN BE RELIED UPON. other proceeding would be inequita-
shut. the executive office the best man on There has been considerable corn- ble and unjust to those companies who
THERE is an old and very trite saying earth, in the estimation of his con- ment by the press of the State upon a own a very large per cent. of the tax-
that if you would always remain a fa- b r nres letter recently sent out by Governor able property of the State.
vorite never ask a favor. The fear that f ths rt so ferent, Jennings to the county tax assessors The method in vogue of assessing
wrie likely to be struck for aT V or a that by the time his term expires he throughout the State. The letter was property at about one-third or one-
eX r obs us of much pleasure that might or s n er opnon i th the grandest rascal published in the news column of The fourth its real cash value is objection-
otherwise be derived from your corn- on earth. That is reason enough, but i allahasseean at the time, and the po- able for many reasons. The most im-
pany. I have others." sition taken by the Governor, to-wit: portant objection, however, is that as
IHe was so. heedful of his obligations that all property SHOULD be, under the long as the system prevails the people
IT is poor consolation for a man liv- to his constituents that he went to his law, assessed at its REAL cash value, of each county put as low price upon
to is under the hopes that his competi- office before breakfast as long as his was so manifestly correct and just that their lands as the assessor will per-
titor und to sink, to see that comr- health would permit him, and remained we did not think it required editorial mt. The assessor is an elective officer,
petttor successfully sailing over the until sundown, regardless of what time
business seas. while his own vessel be- others opened or closed their ofces argument or anything more than pass- interested in holding the position, and
buscomines moreas, wobbly with eah succeed- others opened or closed their offices, ing comment. But the question ha consequently yields every point his
coinges more wobbly with each succeed- and was never t busy to welcome stirred up a whole lot of talk, if it conscience will permit.
with his inimitable cordiality the never causes action by the assessors. The result is that real estate values
MR. JOHN F. DORMAN, of- Live Oak, humblest citizen as well as the highest Most of the papers for one cause or constantly go down on the tax books
has been appointed to the position of official in the land another agree with the Governor with- in a great many counties. In those
chief clerk in the office f Secretary of He never affiliated with the church out qualification or equivocation. The hat are honest enough to add enhanced


renewed efforts in th cultivation of
watermelons and can t-upes, The Tal-
lahasseean offers the qIlowing prizes:
For the finest watermelon left at this
office, $3.00.
For the next finest 'atermelon left
at this office, $2.00.
For the third finest Ion left at this
office, one year's su option to Tht-
rallahasseean.
For the finest cantal upe left at this
office, $3.00.
For the second fin cantaloupe left
at this office, $2.00.
For the third fines cantaloupe left
at this office, one year' subscription to
The Tallahasseean.
This competition is olen to the farm-
ers of Leon county. I4e only stipula-
tion is that the melo be left at this
office. As they are ree ved the melons
will be weighed, a ree )rd kept of the
grower, and his name iblished in The
Tallahasseean. In deding- the best,
weight, flavor and tl4kness of rind
will be taken into con deration.
Short biographical retches will be
published of the win ers of the re-
spective prizes. We ope that the
farmers will enter i o this contest,
and vie with each ot er to see who
shall win. Aside from he small prizes
offered by The Tallah ean, they will
reap rich rewards.
HEAD NOTES TO DECISIONS .
Supreme Court of Flor a-June Term,
1901. 1
The Savannah, Flori4 and Western
Railway Company, intiff in error,
vs. William E. Will t, defendant in
error-Orange coun9 .
Per curiam:
A declaration upon jhich a plaintiff
founds his right of reqvery, must al-
lege every fact that ispssential to his
right of action; and w n in an action
for breach of con employ, the
declaration does not te the duration
of plaintiffs employ nt, nor facts
from which it. may inferred, or
shows it to be or to be dis-
cretionary with ath party, it must-
be taken as an employ t at will, ter-
minable by either and if either
party terminates it action can be
maintained by the party for a


I manded of him, as well as the facts
which entitle the relator to invoke the
aid of the court in compelling the per-
formance of such duty or obligation.
2. Public officers must be presumed to
have discharged their duty in the ab-
sence of a showing to the contrary.
3. Allegations which are equally cea-
sistent with a rightful or wrongful re-
fusal to act will not state a case fr
mandamus.
4. Respondents, as members of a city
council, were judges of the qualilca-
tion, election and return of the me-
bers of such council. An alternate
writ of mandamus to require them It
recognize relator as such member, al-
leging that they refuse so to do, it
not negativing the idea that such reI
fusal is because in the exercise of the
discretion confided to them, they boW
found that he is not entitled to sub
office, states no case for mandamus.
Judgment reversed.
William Hocker, for plaintiffs it
error; L. N. Green, for defendant Ii
error.
William A. Rawls, appellant, vs. Talk-
hassee Hotel Company, a corpora-
tion, Sarah S. Lewis, George Lwis,
Edward Lewis and William C. LewIA
appellees-Leon county.
Per curiam:be
1. Assignments of error must
argued, or they will be deemed aba*
doned.
2. The proprietor of lots abutting 0a
a public street is presumed, in the as
sence of evidence to the contrary, t
own the soil to the center of the street
3. Under section 2071 of the RevisW
Statutes the care and management of~t
wife's separate statutory property
committed to her husband, and a
cree perpetually enjoining him fO
making use of her property or a p4W
tion thereof, in a particular ma0.
beneficial to the property nece
affects the interest of the wife adVeW
ly, so as to require that she be madeR
party to the suit in which such deac
is sought
4. A decree rendered in the abee'
of an indispensable party will beI*
versed, and an objection of this or
acter can be urged for the first time
the appellate court, or be consi
by the court of its own motion.
Decree reversed.
F. T. Myers, for appellant; 1 KL
Williams, for appellees.
A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT
"I was troubled for about B
years with my stomach and in eAl


xx x.xxxzzz ~ ,xxxxxxxx which all doctors agree, is that it bar
N flcult to cure it.N Local remedies
give relief bat they fail to cure p
nently. Sprays or snuffs amount
little or nothing except to give temp,
rary relief.
R Catarrh is frequently located in iU
nal organs which cannot xe reached
H any sort of local treatment. All th1
N known by every physician.
.- : To devise some systemic internal
--- edy which would reach catarrh at
source, to eradicate it permanently f q
N the system-this has leen the desired
'4 the medical profession for a long u
m Forty years ago Dr. Hartman confrai
this problem. He believed then that
SM had solved it He still believes he i
*.- solved it. He cures thousands of
N annually. During all these years .
runa has been the remedy upon whu
She has relied.
4 It was at first a private prescription
afterwards manufactured expressly rt
N him in large quantities. This reniej
^'^- \X Peruna, is now to be found in everydi
store and nearly every home in t]e lu
It is the only reliable internal re"
4 ever devised to cure any case of
S however long the case may have eb
S standing.
N Mr. Camillus Senne, Z57 West L%
Street, New York, writes:
S"I have fully recovered from my a
0 wtarrhal troubles.
4 I suffered for ,
/ three years with
catarrh of t h e
head, nose and
H throat. I tried
jf all kinds of
Medicine with-
aR O, out relief, but at --
vers disap ot yr last I have been t
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known lawyer, of Chica Ill., writes the wonderful rem-
e Co., at Columbus, Ohio ed y called Pe-,
mbus, Ohio: runa.
rer fom asal catarreh the past five "I read of Pc- M-r. Camillus Senne.
of a friend Itried Pern and am glad to runa in your
It Is with pleasure I thmmendit to almanac, and a
N. wrote you for advice, which I followed.
After taking one and one-half Iottles of
Highest praise, for it reliable and will Peruna I am entirely eured, and can
never disappoint y ."-Mrs. J. C. recommend Peruna toanyoneasthebest
s Garrett. and surest remedy for any catarrha
There are two thin that the whole troubles."-Camillus Senne.
s medical profession agr about concern- A course of Peruna never fails to
- ing catarrh. The firs that catarrh isf Peun neve fils to
- the most prevalent an omnipresent dis- relief. There is no other remedy like
ease to which the peo e in the United Peruna. Its cures are proml)t and IP
- States are subject. Al classes of people manent.
e have it. Those who sa y indoors much If you do not derive prompt and sati
. and those who go outdoors much. factory results from the uii. of Peruna,
Working classes hav t and sedentary write at once to l)r. Ifartman. ,ivings
- classes have it. full statement of your a..e and hlie will
- The doctor finds ca h to be his con- be pleased- to giv, you his valuable
stant and ever-prese foe. It compli- advice gratis.
cates nearly every di ase he is called Address Dr. Hartman, President of
s, upon to treat. 9 The Hartman Sanitarium, Columban
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PURELY PERSONAL ITEIS


VATTBRS COACERNLYG THOS1
YOU DO AND DO NOT KNOW


lEARD AND SEEN THIS WEEK


By Those Who Gather Items for
Tallahasseean Readers.

The Dentist, Dr. R. A. Shine.

Mr. Walter L. McGriff leaves Satur-
day for Jacksonville.
Nunnally's fine candies always fresh
at Wight & Bros.
Mr. A. L. Langleller was here Mon-
day en route to his home in Pensa-
cola.
Miss Ida Burksheim, of Gainesvill>.
arrived here Monday to.visit Mrs. Alex.
Jacobs.
+ 4
Call at W eight & Bros'. and get a free
sample of Coke's Dandruff Cure.
State Treasurer James B. Whitlield
Ias returned from the EvergladLs ol
South Florida.
Capt. R. A. Shine and wife are en-
joying a pleasant visit to Orlando, the
guests of their daughter, Mrs. J. E.
Beggs.
Hon. J. M. Bryan, of Kissimmee,
member of the Florida Railroad Com-
mission, arrive in Tallahassee yester-
day.

We carry a large line of fine chewing
tobacco, Greek Slave, Reynolds' 8 oz.,
Natural Leaf, etc., etc.
COX & STUBBS.
Governor W. S. Jennings r ade a
business trip to Jacksonville Sun-lay.
returning to the Capital City Monday
light.


Send the Tallahasseean to your ab-
sent friends. They will appreciate its
weekly visits, and will thank you for
your thoughtfulness.
Mr. R. B. Lutterloh received a tele-
gram Sunday evening, notifying him of
the death of his mother at Fayetteville.
N. C., which occurred at that place at
4 o'clock that afternoon.
4 4
Fatal kidney and bladder troubles
can always be prevented by the use of
Foley's Kidney Cure.
4 4 4


The weather the past
all that the most exact
pect. It has been sim
and has caused the fruit
out in full bloom.
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week has been
ting could ex-
ply delightful,
t trees to come


There is talk of organizing a strong
baseball club in Tallahassee the com-
ing season. There is plenty of material
here for a good team, and lovers of the
sport can look for some interesting
contests on the diamond.
4 4 ,4
Among the commercial tourists in
Tallahassee during the early partof the
week was Mr. J. D. McEachern, of
Jacksonville.
Mr. W. H. Harrell made a business
trip to Tallahassee Monday from his
home in St. Marks. Mr. Harrell was
formerly tax assessor of Wakulla coun-
ty.

Mr. J. A. Billingsley, who has been
clerking in J. F. Hill's book store, left
Tuesday for Jacksonville to accept a
position in the cigar and confectionery
store of G. W. Reynolds.
In the Presbyterian Church on Sun-
day, February 2d, at 4 o'clock, the Un-
ion Christian Endeavor Society, is to
celebrate the twenty-first birthday of
the general society, with Miss Spencer
as leader. A special program has been
prepared for the occasion. All are very
cordially invited to attend.

Mr. and Mrs. H. V. R. Schrader left
this week for their home in Greenville,
N. C. This was the saddest visit they
ever made to Tallahassee, as it was for
the purpose of consigning to Mother
Earth the body of their beloved baby.
Their return home was equally sad,
and they took with them the sympathy
of scores of Tallahassee friends.
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HERBINE should be used to enrich
and purify the blood; it cures all forms
of blood disorders, is especially useful
in fevers, skin eruptions, boils, pim-
Ples, blackheads, scrofula, salt rheum
lad every form of blood impurity; it
is a ,,nu ... ft--. ...--1 -- -- "i Me., -


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THW WiKLY TALLA AA AR8RAy: FRIDAY, JANUARY31, 1902.


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druggist.


E. Lewis, Dentist.

Carlisle, with R.


'Phone No.
48-10t

L. Collins,
t.


(Mr. B. L. Ball left Monday for a busi-
ness trip to New Orleans.
0 +4 + +
"Mr. J. C. Lamar, of Apalachicola,
sent Sunday in Tallahassee.
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WFresh Garden Seed at Wight & Bros'.
#Bro. Gillis, of the Westville News,
sent a short time in the Capital City
tlfis week.
,Judge Hathaway, of Holmes county,
came up from Westville one day this
k on business.

r. Hummel, a jolly knight of the
g"p, spent several days in Tallahassee
ad vicinity the past week.
kor that cough, takeLincan's Cough
Srup. Sold only by Wight & Bro.
Yhe Leon Hotel has had a run of
travelers this week, among the guests
b.ing Mr. J. C. De Letre, of Apalachi-
cola.
31rs. G. E. Russ, of Woodville, ar-
rived in the city Tuesday-to visit rela-
tives. She is a guest of her sister, Mrs.
J qin Allfgood.
!rhe fragile babe and the growing
child are strengthened by WHIL'E'S
CAlEAM VERMIFUGE. It destroys
worms,- gets digestion at work, and so
rebuilds the body. Price 25 cents. At
Wight & Bro.
Examinations have been the order of
the day at the Florida State College
' this week, and the students have been
kept busy.

Mirs. J. Britt. of Spring HiAi, has been
spending several days in the city. a
guest of her sister, Mrs. John Alli-
good.

The Tallahassee Improvement Asso-
ciation will find plenty of work to do
when the members start on. their regu-
lar spring campaign beautifying the
public.parks.
We have rubber tissue for mending.
etc. COX & STUBBS.
Mr. J. A. Sullivan. a popular travel-
ing man from Nashville, Tenn., was
circulating in Tallahassee this week in
the interest of the Marshall & Bruce
Company.
4 4 4


Whosoever has suffered from piles
knows how painful and troublesome
they are. TABLER'S BUCKEYE
PILE OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure piles. Price 50 cents in bottles.
Tubes, 75 cents. At Wight & Bro.

Every enterprise that gives honest
employment to the unemployed is a
blessing to any community, and should
be encouraged. Tallahassee needs
more factories, large and small, and
the people should nmke an effort to
secure them.
Insure a good garden by planting
Buist's Garden Seed. A fresh lot just
received at Wight & Bros.
Edwin Sothern's great production of
Monte Cristo at the opera house to-
night will be a rare treat to all who
attend. The Count of Monte Cristo is
counted by many to have been Alex-
ander Dumas' masterpiece, and the
thrilling story of Edmond Dante will
be realistically portrayed.
Our seed are fresh. You may depend
upon getting a good stand if you plant
them. COX & STUBBS.
+
The Tallahasseean has the best equip-
ped job office in this section of Florida,
and one of the best in 'the State. We
turn out artistic work neatly executed,
and guarantee satisfaction every time.
No botchy, muddy-looking, ginger-
bread jobs leave this office. It is our
aim to please.
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Conspiracy
<4
Against your life and health 4
is a dangrtobe dreaded. The <
arpr f Mof im ma remnv land


ence in the system and before
long they will openly attack
you.


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Offer a redy means of seeking
out and and expelling these


i. wV. zounmes, o01 Alanta, G., S
was among Sunday's visitors to the 4
Capital City. He was registered at the I
Leon.
+ + +
Mr. Harry Blackburn, of LivO Oak,
spent a few days in the city this .week,
a guest of his uncle, Hon. C. H. iDick-
inson.
+ + ;
Hon. J. M. Lamar, of Monticello, Fla..
spent several days in Tallahass e the "i
past week, a guest of his brother, At-
torney-General W. B. Lamar. '

Hon. W. B. Burke, of St. Mark. wa *-.
among Monday's guests at the ILeon.
Mr. Burks is chief counsel for tlie big "
lumber company at St. Marks.
+4+ +
Mr. Phelps Wardeh Wilson, wile and P
'sister, Miss Emma Law Wilsoq, left
this week for New York, via the ocean
Steamship Company from Savynnah I
to be gone several days. During the
trip Mr. Wilson will purchase ai im-
mense line of spring goods for IV. R.
Wilson's big' dry gooos emporium.
+ +
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scribner, of De-
trolt, Mich., and Mr. Ed. Miller, of Tal-
lahassee, returned to the city yesterday
from a short visit to Apalachicol*, and ,
a pleasant outing on the gulf. -
4 4+ 4 -
Mr. Charles Y. Crawford, who was
called here by the fatal illness .f his
father, Secretary of State John 1I.
Crawford, has returned to his home in
Arcadia.
Monte Cristo at the opera house to-
night. It will be the attract m of :he
season, with the great Sother., js Fd-
ward Dante, the Count of Monte Cristo.
See that beautiful gold watch now (n
exhibition in Sweeting's show window.
It will be presented by The Tallahas-
seean to the most popular young lady
in the Capital City.
Those who have read Alexander Du-
mas' great story, "The Count bf Nionte
Cristo," should not let the opportunity
pass to witness Sothern's scenic pro-
duction of that thrilling melodrama at
the opera house to-night.
4+- .- +4
A cure for the blues-"Where the
Laugh Comes In." It is funny, witty.
bright and catchy, and no one will be
sorry that they went. It has pretty
girls and clever boys, in fact, all that
would be necessary to constitute an
enjoyable evening. It can be seen at
the opera house on Saturday eve-ninu;g.
Everybody will be there. New songs
and dances.

ESTRAY NOTICE.
Taken up at my place in 190 one
steer yearling, red sides and neck,
white back and belly, broad horns.
Split and under bit in left ear, no mark
in right ear. Owner can have same by
paying damages and advertising fee.
2t* R. W. OWENS.
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 call at or ad-
dress this office. tf
WOOD FOR SALE.-I have one hun-
dred cords of wood for sale. For par-
ticulars address or call on J. P. S.
HOUSTOUN, Tallahassee, Fla. J24-2t


FOR SALE-Saw mill and engine; i:'"
engine 25 to 30 horse power; capacity -* .'.'.'..***'" ~ ..' "
of mill 25,000 to 30.000 feet a day; 122 -
miles from Tallahassee on 0. T. & G. 0 .: .
railroad. Write or call on T. E.
THOMAS, Spring Hill, Fla. 4t

Many of the blothes, pimples and
other affections of the skin are caused
by the failure of the liver and kidneys
eo cast off impurities, which remain in New Yor k
the system. HERBINE will stimulate
the liver and kidneys, and cleanse the
system of all impurities. Price 50 ients. an
At Wight & Bro.

FOR SALE-One saw mille outfit Chicago
complete, with all necessary outbuild-
ings and water supply, together with
either 600 or 1,200 acres of long leaf Tailloin g

venieient to railroad. Good freight rate.
A big bargain. Address or call on
MYRTLEWOOD LUMBER COMPANY, o.,
Wakulla, Fla. 4t
FOR SALE-Good Turpentine, and
Timber Mules for sale by C. A. CAY, i
Tallahassee, Fla. J,17-4t
FOR SALE-Aa a low price, large ,
express horse and good wagon! and
harness. W. D. WILSON.
iAgent.
"CHOLERA AND SORE HEAD."
The U. S. Live Stock Remedy pre-
pared by L 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- N i f bl
tie. For sale by Pringle & Johnson. New lines of seasonable
We wish to call your attention to a goods at popular
few Important facts relative to Blood
and Skin diseases. It has been demon-
strated by the most scientific physi- prices.
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 Cll a e te
and permanently cure all skin dis- i
eases. As a blood purifier Hancock's -
Liquid Sulphur has no equal. For sale
by Wight & Bro. tf

TO CRB A COLD Is On1 DAY MIDDLE FLORIDA.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablete. All FOR SALE. The Goodwood Home-
ita 6f ab d t ey It a tc* stead comprising a substantial brick
Bu ata Ia n each box. 25c. __ ___-a --z*ss< -.


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THE Wf lFKY TATLLATIASEEAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 19012.


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.AIONO THE FARMERS.


1
SOME POULTRY PESTS.
(By Dr. Charles F. Dawson, Veterin-
arian.)
The poultry industry of the United
States has reached tremendous propor-
tions. The census of 1890 showed a
poultry population of nearly 300,000,-
000. Other industries are less uniform
it theirV distribution, as nearly every-
body raises a few chickens. Some
persons go into poultry raising on a
large scale, realizing there is money in
it, and that "to get the most out of it,
they must provide proper food, large,
clean and airy poultry houses and
yards. Others go at it in a slip-shod
way, providing nothing and allowing
the fowls to raise themselves. Al-
though there are some good reasons
why poultry can exist and keep in
good health, raised wild, the method
1s certainly unbusiness-like and in the
main unprofitable. The fowls become
wild, wander away from the prem-
ises, become the prey of other animals,
are stolen, and drop their eggs in inac-
cessible places. From such poultry all
we get is a few to sell, or to put up
and fatten for the table. When we
bring the poultry into a smaller com-
pass, thus depriving them of having to
scratch for a living, we undoubtedly
produce a weaker-strain, and tend to
introduce diseases from which they
would be immune in the wilder state.]
It is at this point, a knowledge of the
business is requisite. Anybody can
raise chickens-wild; but that same
careful attention and watchfulness is
necessary in the poultry business as in
any other, and it is, therefore, not to
be despised.
Undoubtedly the greatest bug-bear to
poultry raising is lice. There is a say-
ing, when you cannot find out the trou-
ble with Doultry, clean up the house-s,
nests or coops and treat the fowls for
lice. There are a large number of
species of parasites affecting poultry.
but space limits us to a consideration
of two or three of the more common
ones. First, and most generally impor-
tant is the red- mite. It occurs on poul-
try, pigeons and house-birds. It gnaws
the flesh and sucks the blood. When
fasting it is yellowish; it is red when
filled with blood. During the day, as a
rule, it hides in cracks and corners and
at night swarms upon the fowls, suck-
ing their blood and causing them great
annoyance and loss of rest. The young-
er the animals, the greater the damage
and suffering. Other animals, such as
horses and even man are attacked.
In horses it causes great irritation, re-
sulting in a manige-like disease of the
skin with loss of hair from the affected
areas. This parasite is very persistent,
and vigorous measures will be neces-
sary to destroy it It can be eradicated
by a thoroug- application of hot car-
bolic acid solution (1 of- acid to 20
parts of water) to all parts of the in-
terior of the house, including the floor.
the removal and burning of nests, and
by a thorough white washing.
REMARKABLE CURE OU* CROUP.
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
title of it from A. E. Steere, of Good-
win, S. D., and when I got home with
I 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.
DON'T ESTIMATE.
The poultry business is different
from other kinds of business. In most
lines of business facts and figures -do
not vary to such an extent as they do
in poultry raising. It is well enough
to keep account of the expenses and
the sales and to plan ahead, but when
an inexperienced hand bases every-
thing on figures he invariably gets dis-
appointed.
SFigures alone in the poultry business
will make a man rich mighty quick; if
he has the money and spends it as his
figures seem to justify, he is a goner.
All the good advice in existence could
not save him.
We have all heard about the chicken
fever; with a great many -it is a joke.
But it's no joke; with me it is a solemn


reality. I was stricken with it some
twenty years ago; it came on unexpect-
qd. I had been exposing myself on the
warm side of a hay stack watching the
hens hunting nests. It had been a long,
hard winter, and when spring opened
up the weather was fine. We had some
200 hens and in a few days we were
getting from ten to fifteen dozen eggs
per day. It seemed like the hens all
commenced laying at once. Yes, I got
the hen fever and a bad stroke, too, at
that. I soon vacated the warm side of
the hay stack and took up a position
in the house, where it was more con-
venient-to figure. Inside of ten days
I was a rich man.
The small flock of 200 hens was just
fooling along. I procured all the books
and guides I could hear of and was
ready for business. Yes; a hen would
earn as much as a cow. The figures
said so, and figures won't lie; but I am
here to say that figures do lie-I mean
practically so. Well, sir, I fooled along
with the figures and neglected my hens
until they quit laying- and went to dy-


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Department.


ing off, then I hunted up all the books
I could find on poultry diseases and
went to doctoring. Like General Grant.
I let no guilty one escape, and instead
df plowing up the corn ground and
helping my wife in the garden I was
practicing medicine among the hens.
Those that hid out were about the only
ones that survived the siege.
As far as results were concerned, my
whole spring's work was a failure;
neither my farming or poultry raising
was successful. Along'in May I let up
on the chicken question and my wife
took up the work with a few scared-
to-death hens that were left, and she
managed to raise something like 100
late pullets. They commenced laying
the following spring and she managed
to raise the usual number that season.
Yes, sir, my simple story' will look
out of place along side of some of the
big theoretical figures that are some-
times unloaded on the uniusnecting
chicken raiser, but my story is true.
and more than this, I am here to say
that over 90 per cent. of the poultry in
this country is raised on the farms and
in the small villages by the women
folks. I am equally confident that over
90 pqr cent. of the men's undertakings
along this line (without experience) do
and will come out as mine did. I do a
better job now in the poultry business.
I employ some of my wife's tactics. I
can even talk baby talk to a!wee crip-
pled chick, or I can.managelto get up
in the night and help my wife kill a
mink-or weasel.
We use incubators and brooders and
in one way and another we have been
quite successful in our poultry raising.
Some seasons we have managed to
raise a thousand or more chicks with-
out seriously interfering with-our other
work. We live in town now, have two
lots to work on. My wife manages to
raise a few dozen chicks each season:
is a good hand with incubators and
finds a ready market for the chicks as
they hatch at five cents each. Buys
the eggs at the grocery stores and by
careful selection she manages to hatch
from 60 to 80 per cent. of them, and oc-
casionally reaches 90 per cent. or
more.
We are contemplating moving out of
town again and will start a moderately
sized egg farm; mean to keep about 400
laying hens; will aim to replace the
hens with pullets each fall. While we
are doing this we will necessarily have
a surplus of young cockerels to sell as
broilers, the old hens to sell in the fall
and in one way and another we will
manage to have something to sell near-
ly every day in the year.
M. M. JOHNSON.
Clay Center, Neb.

"Some time ago my daughter caught
a severe cold. She complained of pains
in her chest and had a bad cough. I
gave her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
according to directions and in two days
she was well and 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.
COST AND PROFIT OF AN ACRE OF
CORN.
I send you herewith an account of an
experimental test of the cost of grow-
ing an acre of corn. I was induced to
make the test after reading statements
at different times that were conflicting
as to cost of production. That it pays
to raise corn if you raise the right kind
and grow it the right way, it seems to
me is shown by the figures herewith
given.
I planted World's Fair Yellow Dent
corn, which yielded 112 bushels (in the
ear), fifteen of which were soft and
ninety-seven suitable to crib. It was
planted between the 10th and the 17th
of June, 1901, sowed one way three feet,
a kernel every nine inches the other
way. Use of land and seed not taken
into account Yield was the increase
from ninety kernels planted in 1900,
and only one-half of what the ninety
kernels produced was used in planting
the acre. The accounting as given be-
low brings cost of raising one bushel
ears of corn in this experiment to 11
3-56 cents. The figures of cost in detail


are as follows:
Plowing ....................... $2 .50
Preparing ground for planting
(twice over at intervals .......1 00
Planting and cultivating ........3 40
Cutting ...................... 1 00
Husking .................... 4 48
Total .................... $...$12 37
And the credit side of the ledger
shows as follows:
97 bu. sound corn at 30c per bu..$29 10
15 bu. soft corn at 20c per bu.... 3 00
348 bundles of stalks at 2c each.. 7 60
Total ........................ $39 78
Less cost of production ...... 12 38
Net profit ....................$27 40
This corn was cut and shocked in
squares of eighteen feet To bind the
shock required the whole length of a
seven-foot step-ladder, and a shock
compressor with ten feet of rope at-
tached to encircle top of shock. Tak-
ing into consideration the lateness of
planting, it is quite a fair yield. The


ers Fraternal Society, Chicago, says:
All Doctors have tried to cure CA- Dr. P Pills t' F noods,
L ARRH by the use of powders, acid Miles' P in P1
gases, inhalers and drugs in paske are invaluable for headache and all NEIW S EMPORIT I This
orm. Their powders dry up the mu- pain. I had been a great sufferer from
cuous membranes causing them to headache until I learned of the efficacyand L
crack open and bleed. The powerful of Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. Now I always T the r
acids used in the inhalers have en- carry them and prevent recurring at- I G A S TO E
tirely eaten away the same mem- tacks by taking a pill when the symp- onet o t St .
branes that their makers have aimed toms first appear." on roe Stree opposite St. James Tbe
to cure, while pastes and ointments Sold by all Drussists. elect stock o Gent's' Furnishings.
cannot reach the disease. An old and Price. 25c. per Box. Full stock of Stationery,
experienced practitioner who has for
many years made a close study and Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind,
specialty of the treatment of CA- Latest Lines R eadable Books,
TARRH, has at last perfected a Treat- SCHOOL Boo Leading Maga-
ment which when faithfully used, not zines, Perid and Daily Pa-
only relieves at once, but permanently *************** pers, always hand.
cures CATARRH, by removing ,the
cause, stopping the discharges and cur- Choice line of Igars and Tobacco
ing all inflammation. It is the only A *e T J LLU,
remedy known to science diat actually
reaches the afflicted parts. This won- Assuring cou attention to Cus-
derful remedy is known as "SNUF- Artistic Painter, homers, we fully solicit a bhare of
FLES, the GUARANTEED CATARRH Cm and the patronage of e public.
CURE," and is sold at the extremelyrainer, and
low price of one dollar, each package Wood Finisher. J. F. HILL.
containing internal and external mel- _
icine sufficient for a full month's treat- T 5. ,Rilroad
ment and everything necessary to its Piazza chairs, old and as ailroad
perfect use. scratched furniture doctored wi run a passe r train every day in the
"SNUFFLES" is the only perfect and paintedSchedule efectivep Snday.
CATAaRH CURE ever made and to pi n d .Schedule eectivepril 1, 1901. DC
CATAhRH CURE ever made and t Estimates furnished on house Read down. Read up.
now recognized as the only safe afd
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disgusting disease. It cures all in- anteed on all work. 5:15 p. m. Ar..T ahassee...Lv. l a.. s8. 0o
flammation quickly and permanently, % (Bell ir Crossing) I
and is also wonderfully quick to rOU I0]
andlieve HAY FEVER or COLD inck te Ticketswillbe f sale at Dr. Lewis' Drug
lleve HAY FEVER nr-COLD in the Store. Thoma Cit and at the train twenty
HEAL. minutes before rleavti
CATARRH when neglected Oten _*$44$ $4 $* *$$ 4 For information 1!freightorexpreu apply


WOODVILLE NEWS.

Happenings In and Around the Neigh- ER A
borhood.
Woodville, Jan. 28.-Woodville is
quiet Everybody is at work in earnest
clearing off their fields getting ready

FA I We are sorry to say that Mr. Hamp.
Lawhorn, who cut his knee some time
It is very con- ago, is not yet able to be up. riis
venient to attribute neighbors met last Friday and cut and
the disasters which piled his logs for him. There were
overtake us to fate. twenty-three persons, and they did Mr.
But for the most Lawhorn a good day's work.
part man is the Mr. H. D. Williams, of Narth Caro-
Sarbiter of his oWn lina, is visiting his two brothers at .
fortunes. Business Woodville tnis week.
dowena suddenlyas Mr. H. Williamson lost a mule this The Re rements J
by lightning. The Mr week. M rs f Talha wa
verdict is generally Mr. C. G. Myers, of Tallahassee, was
"heart failure. "His heart was wek. in Woodville one day this week. the Occasion
It was fate for him to meet this end." Mr. I. M. Stokely, representing Dr. 1t
But if we went behind the "weak" heart Granger's Medicine Company. of Chat- will receive pr pt attention when en-
we should find a "weak" stomach, prob- tanooga, Tenn., was at Woodville this i trusted to us. ?o
ably, and back of the weak stomach is week. a toe wi t tire charge as soon as
careless eating at irregular hours Mr.- Lewis, representing a tobac- We will takntirecharge as soon as
When the stomach isdised the co company of North Carolina, was in notified of deal and make all arrange- none
organs depending on the stomach for Woodville, this week. ments for, and conduct
nutrition are starved. Starvation meaws Mr. R. H. Alligood, of the Southern E
weakness of the body and its organs. Express Co., was at home Monday and F ER
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery spent the (lay with his mother. L
cures diseases of the stomach and other Mr. and Mrs. Oder and Mrs. Merritt.
organs of digestion and nutrition. When o0 Waukeenah, -are visiting relatives at in a manner hly satisfactory to all
these organs are cured, diseases of heart, Woodville this week. I a nne
liver, lungs and kidneys, caused by the We are glad to say that Johnnie concerned.
diseased stomach, are cured also. Revell, who was quite sick last week, Charges are moderate. |
v'In the fall of I 97 I was taken with smother-- is Out again. Metallic, W d and Cloth covered
ing spells, palpitation of the heart, and a (di- Miss Allene Chevis left this morn-
tresed feeling in my stomach." writes Mr. ing to visit friends and relatives in caskets.
H. W. Kinney. of Knight. Doddrldge Co., West
Va. "I consulted a doctor and be said I had Jefferson coun.v.
organic heart trouble. He gave me some medi- Mr. H. G. Lewis. the lo al freight
cine, but it did me ni goodl. I then tried diffenr- a t and express agnt of WoodVill-.
ent kinds of patent medicines, but they ouv agent and xress a t. or ood ill ADVi
helped me a little. I 'hen sent and got f.-te as furnished his office with ai n wA S P 7E1 A.R 1 Nou
bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical i.scov- desk of the latest V style: aio a n"w *" Boo
cngBeforen the five ottle were gone I heater. The office now shows up. and ha
began to work. I had not worked any for a Mr. Lewis is ready to wait on his cus- Tall hassee, Fla.
year before. tomers and friends. LG.
"I am well and can eat anything now with tomr s 1n. x 1 is visiting friends
the exception of pork and greasy f'xl., Mr. R. B. Maxwell is visiting GRIPPE.fri
Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure in Wakulla today. PNEUMONI AND LA GRIPPE
biliousnes. Miss Evelyn Wooten spwit S,'ur-lay Coughs cure quickly by Foley's
b s and Sunday at home with her parent. Honey and Ta Refuse substitutes.
of view, invites perhaps a wide differ- Mrs. B. F. Page is visiting lh.r soni
ence of opinion. Walter at Wakulla. -
The interest shown and progress Mrs. Elizabeva Stephens has returned
made by men of new experience in the home from a visit to Mrs. Mroodly. WVe f. ietal CiardS.
handling of small flocks the past few are sorry to say that shr- w:as (,iie sick
years go to prove that the sheep indus- while on her visit, but is much better ...
try is here to stay; and in the hands of this morning. CH.AS. -1. AUSI Y, M. D.
the more careful and conservative, has PHYSIUIAt AND SURGEON,
been a very successful venture. CURES ECZEMA, ITCHING HUMORS,
A flock of sheep will in some things ro ug, ITALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
do what cattle and hogs fail to do: Through the blood by taking Botanic
Start a man in business with a sm'll Blood Balm (B. B. B.), which maken
investment, turn off a crop of wool, the blood pure and rich, heals every officein .asoni building.
double in value and numbers each year, sore, scab, scale, boil or eruption, and Calls answered p amp.ly night and day.
and, at the same time, build up oldach stops the itching of eczema. B. B.B. Phone 110. 23-
worn-out soil where a cocklebur will cures especially, the worst and most DRt. E. M. BRE 'ARD M H
hardly grow, and, in doing this, require deep-seated cases. B. B. B. kills the DN
buthardttly grow, and, in doing this require humors in the blood. Druggists, $1. PHYSICI AND SURGEON, dan
The first of September we may find Describe trouble and trial bottle sent ALLAASS FLORIDA. blo
the lambs in the farmer's cornfield. free by writing Blood Balm Co., At- 6m. as
browsing the leaves and weeds, or, bet- lanta, Ga. For sale by Wight & Bro. 6el
ter, a field of rape; weaned in quiet BO. w. WALf
satisfaction, and bringing into use a
field in which no other kind of stock ATTOR EY-AT-!AW.
could be turned at that time of year, s. 1 OMffie ove Capital City Bank,
converting into mutton the otherwise M 2arK I wants
useless variety of weeds and grasses ijATT.AA8.sn, FIODA.
that spring up after the harvest rains. .-ly
These are some of the things that I KD T. MYKi
sheep have done for Iowa: Taught the mT M --
farmer that he can build up the soil, be ATTOR BY AT LAW, A e
free from the ravages of hog cholera, G. C. Clemens, of Topeka, TALLAHASSr FLORID a.
get his annual crop of wool and mut- Kan., the no- TAAA FLORIDA. BFo
ton, and avoid the unnecessary large ted constitu- Fo
investment in high priced cattle for his tional' lawyer U UK NOTICE
profit. tional lawyer, U'-UKC E NOTICE.
One important thing in handling who bears so
sheep, as with other animals, is never striking a re- The Wesleyan Me odss of Tallahassee have Estat
over-stock.. Keep the flock healthy by reaching services ery Sunday at 11 a. m. ai d
diover-stoc. Kmaneep te oc ea y y semblance to 7:30 p. m. Sabb h school at 9:30 a.. n;
judicious management-a frequent class meeting at 6: ipI m.; rte ular mid week All
change of pasture, or winter feed, plen- Mark Twain, raiyer service on T rsday evening at 7 o clock sons h
ty of exercise, salt and pure water; (Samuel B. -Everybody welcome tateof
and, though subject to sharp market Clemens) that 4 _________| ._FT, quireo
fluctuations, a small flock of well-bred he is frequent- --- dmi
sheep will ever be a source of profit to iserequen- Tr
the careful man. ly taken for the i E. LE IS DE1 TIST. ge
Iowa. E. G. ALLANSON. original Mark, G.C. Clemens. to aid
Many a bright and happy household is a man of deep intellect and TAT.T.AW SEE, FLORIDA. umelia
has been thrown into sadness and sor- wide experience. He is con- Admlii
row because of the death of a loved sidered one of the foremost graduate 1894, Umversity Maryland, Tali
one from a neglected cold. BAL- lawyers in this country. In are- Balroe I st graduate 1893,
LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP is the awy&r i this country. In are- B^T~nmo^e 1
great cure for coughs, colds, and all cent letter to the Dr. Miles iaskell school Chcago. ,
pulmonary ailments. Price, 25 and 50 Medical Co., Mr. Clemens says: W" Preserva n of Natural Teeth,
cents. At Wight & Bro. "Personal experience and obser- lold Crowns, ] dgework, and Metal
vation have thoroughly satisfied me that latests a Special Gas administered. ,i
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. Dr. Miles' Nervine contains true merit, 1-1y
S and is excellent for what it is recom-
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e of William A. Nowlin, deceased.
otice to Debtors. Creditors, Etc.
creditors, leg tees distributes. a nd er-
ai ine elaiins or dmainds against the es-
d William A. Nowlin. late of the control.
State of Florida, deceased arc herebyre-
1 to present the same to the unler-ijnaMl
listrator of his said estate, within "twc-
from the first pub ica- ion her'of, to-vit:
nber'122. A. D. t19, or this notice will i!
in liar thereof. And all lers<>ow in'lehlet-
I estate are hereby required to makeimn-
te payment to me.
JOHN W. WHIEN.iEKsY,
nistrator of the estate'of William A.. o0w-
n, leveased.
ahas.ee, Fla., November :2. l.l.

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FRIDAY,' JANUARY 81, 1


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V Tol Nights in a Bar Room.

NIGHT THE FIFTH.

Some of the Consequences of Tavern-
Keeping.

"You many well do that," was ans-
wered. "I doubt if Cedarville holds a
sadder heart. It was a dark day for
her, let me tell you, when Simon Slade
sold his mill and built this tavern. She
Was opposed to it at the beginning."
"I have inferred as much."
"I know it," said the man. "My wife
has been intimate with her for years.
Indeed, they have always been like sis-
ters. I remember very well her coming
to our house, about the time the mill
was sold, and crying alout it as if her
heart would break. She saw nothing
but sorrow and trouble ahead. Tavern
keeping she had always regarded as a
law business; and the change from a
respectable miller to a lazy tavern
keeper, as she expressed it, was pre-
sented to her mind as something dis-
graceful. I remember, very well; try-
ing to argue the point with her-as-
suming that it was quite as respectable
to keep tavern as to do anything else;
but I might as well have talked to the
wind. She was always a pleasant,
hopeful, cheerful woman before that
time; but, really, I don't think I've
seen a true smile on her face since."
"., hat was a great deal for a man to
lose," said I.
"What?" he inquired, not clearly un-
derstanding me.
"The cheeful face of his wife.'
"The face was but an index '3f her
heart," said he.
"So much the worse."
"True enough for that. Yes, it was a
great deal to lose."
"What has he gained that will make
ap for this?"
The man shrugged his shoulders.
"What has be gained?" I repeated.
"Can you figure it up?"
"He's a richer man,*for one thing."
'!Ralppier?"
There was another shrug of the
shoulders. "I wouldn't like to say
that"
"How much richer?"
"Oh. a great deal. Somebody was
saying, only yesterday, that he couldn't
be worth less than thirty thousand dol-

"Indeed! So much?"
"Yes."
"How has he managed to accumulate
so rapidlyy""
"His bar has a large run of custom.
And. you know, that pays wonderful-
ly."
"lie must have sold a great deal of
liquor in six years."
"And he has. I don't think I'm
wrong in saying that in the six years
which have gone by since the 'Sickle
and Sheaf' was opened, more liquor
has been drank than in the previous
* twenty years."
"Say forty," remarked a man who
had been a listener to what we said.
"Let it be forty, then," was the ac-
cording answer.
"How comes this?" I inquired. "You
had a tavern here before the 'Sickle
and Sheaf' was opened."
know we hid, and several places
blides, where liquor was sold.' But,
everybody far and near knew S mon
Slade, the miller, and everybody iked
him. He was a good miller, a.)d a
cheerful, social, chatty sort of a ;nan.
putting everybody in a good humor
who came near him. So it became the
talk everywhere, when he built this
louse, which he fitted up nicer han
anything that had been seen in ese
arts. Judge Hammond, Jufdge Ly nn,
Lawyer Wilson, and all the big-bu of
th place at once patronized the new
tavern; and, of course, everybody else
did the same. So, you can easil see
tow he got such a run."
"It was thought, in the begin g,"
31 I, that the new tavern we go-
ing to do wonders for Cedarville."
"Yes," answered the man, lau ing,
'ad so it has."
"In what respect?"
"Oh, in many ways. It has ade
lome men richer, and some poorer."
"Who has it made poorer?"
"Dozens of people. You may al ays
take it for granted, when you se a


tavern keeper who has a good at
his bar, getting rich, that a great any
People are getting poor."
S"How so?" I wished to hear in hat
Way the man. who was himself, as as
Plain to see, a good customer at e-
body's bar, reasoned on the subje L
"He does not add to the ge ral
wealth. He produces nothing. He
takes money from his customers, but
gives them no article of value i re-
tilrni-nothing that can be called op-
ery, personal or real. He is jm so
much richer, and they just so ch
Poorer for the exchange. Is it not ?"
I readily assented to the position as
true, and then said-r-
"Who, in particular, are poorer?
"Judge Hammond, for one."
"Indeed! I thought the advan in
his property, in consequence of the
building of this tavern, was so t,
that he was reaping a rich pect ary
harvest"


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smarting menstrual pains and
the dragging head, back and
side aches caused eby falling of
the womb and irregular menses.

WINEoCARDUI
has brought permanent relief to
1,000,000 women who suffered
every month. It makes the men-
strual organs strong and healthy.
It is the provision made byN a-
tUre to give women relief from
the terrible aches and pains which
blight so many homes.
GamnrwooD, LA., Oct. 14, 1900.
I have bee very sick for some time.
lwas taken with a severe pain in my
aide and could not wet any relief until
I tried a bottle of We of Cardni. Be-
fore I had taken all of it I was relieved.
eelit tytosay that you have a
woudertalmedicine.
Mxa. M. A. YToum.
1breadeamnd1teaturet.address. giving p *
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"There was a slight advance in prop-
erty along the street after the 'Sickle
and Sheaf' was, opened, and Judge
Hammond was benefited thereby. In-
terested parties made a good deal of
noise about it; but it didn't amount to
much, I believe."
"What has caused the judge to grow
poorer?"
"The opening of this tavern, as I
just said."
"In uhat way did it affect him?"
"He was among Slade's warmest sup-
porters, as soon as he felt the advance
in the price of building lots, called him
one of the most enterprising men in
Cedarville-a re4l benefactor, to the
placc--and all that stuff. To set a good
example of patronage, he came over
every day and tok his glass of brandy,
and encouraged Qverybody else that he
could influence tri do the same. Among
those who followed his example was
his son Willy. There was not, let me
tell you. in all the country for twenty-
five miles around, a liner young man
than \\iily. no, one of so much
promise, when this man-trap"-he let
his voice fall. and glanced around, as
he thus designat-d Slade's tavern-
"was opened; and now, there is not
.one dashing more recklessly along the
road to ruin. When too late, his father
saw that his son was corrupted, and
that the company he kept was of a
dangerous character. Two reasons led
him to purchase iSlade's old mill, and
turn it into a factory and a distillery.
Of course, he had to make a heavy out-
lay for additional buildings, machinery
ind distilling apparatus. The reasons
influencing him were the. prospect of
realizing a large amount of money,
-specially in distilling, and the hope of
saving Willy, by getting him closely
engagedd and interested in business. To
accomplish, more certainly, the latter
end, he unwisely transferred to his son,
as his own capital, twenty thousand
dollars, and then formed with him
a regular copartnership-,giving Willy
an active business control.
"r$ut the experiment, sir," added the
man, emphatically, "has proved a fail-
ure. I heard yesterday, that both mill
and distillery were to be shut up, and
offered for- sale."
"They did not prove as money-mak-
ing as was anticipated?"
"No, not under Willy Hammond's
management. He had made too many
bad acquaintances-men who clung to
him because he had plenty of money at
command, and spent it as freely as wa-
ter. On-half of his time he was away
from the mill, and while there, didn't
half attend to business. I've heard it
said-and I don't much doubt its truth
-that he's squandered his twenty
thousand dollars, and a great deai be-
sides."
"How is that possible?"
S"Wel!; people talk, and not always
at random. There's been a ma;. stay-
ing here, most of his time, for the last
four or five years, named Green. lHe
does not do anything, and don't seem
to have any friends in the neighbor-
hood. Nobody knows where he came
from, and he is not at all communica
tive on that head himself. Well, this


man became acquainted with young
Hammond after Willy got to visiting
the bar here, and attached himself to
him at once. They have, to all appear-
ance, been fast friends ever since; rid-
ing about, or going off on gunning or
fishing excursions almost every lay,
and secluding themselves somewhere
* nearly ever# evening. That man Green.
. sir, it is whispered, is a gambler; and I
believe it. Granted, and there is no
' longer a mystery as to what Wiliy does
'with his own and his father's money.
I readily assented to this view of .he
case.
"And so assuming that Green is a
gambler," said I, "he has grown richer
in consequence of the opening of a new
and more attractive tavern in Cedar-
ville."
uv. .. P inAfePirrill is an mnuch noOr-


with a slight tinge of shame; "but so
it is. Well, as I was saying, I've been
coming to this bar, nightly, for a good
many years, and I generally see all that
is going on around me. Among the
regular visitors are at least half a
dozen young men, belonging to our
best families-who have been raised
with care, and well educated. That
their presence here is unknown to their
friends I am quite certain-or, at least,
unknown and unsuspected by some of
them. They do not drink a great deal
yet; but all try a glass or two. To-
ward nine o'clock, often at an earlier
hour, you will see one and another of
them go quietly out of the bar, through
the sitting room, preceded, or soon fol-
lowed by Green and Slade. At any
hour of the night, uii to one or two,
and sometimes three o'clock, you can
see light-streaming through the rent in
a curtain drawn before a particular
window, which I know to be in the
room of Harvey Green. These are facts,
sir; and you sir; and you can draw
your own conclusion. I think it a very
serious matter.
"Why does Slade go: out with these
young men?" I inquired. "Do you think
he gambles also?"
"If he isn't a kind of a stool-pigeon
for Harvey Green, then I'm mistaken
again."
"Hardly. He cannot, already, have
become so utterly unprincipled."
"It's a bad school, sir this tavern
keeping," said the marl.
"I readily grant you that."
"And it's nearly seven years since he
commenced to take lessons. A great
deal may be learned, sir, of good or
evil, in seven years, especially if any
interest be taken in the studies."
"True."
"And it's true in this case, you may
depend upon it. Simon plade is not the
man he was, seven years ago. Any-
body with half an eyq can see that.
He's grown selfish, grasping, unscru-
pulous, and passionate, There could
hardly be a greater difference between
men thair exists between Simon Slade
the tavern keeper and Simon Slade the
miller."
"And intemperate, also?" I suggest-
ed.
"He's beginning to take a little too
much," was answered. ;
"In that case, he'll scarcely be as well
off five years hence as h is now."
"He's at tne top of tle wheel, some
of us think."
"What has led to this opinion?"
"He's beginning to negiect his house,
for one thing."
"A bad sign."
(Coniinued on 2"'K ;ag-.)

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But. that which is added to the water
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PECK NEWS NOTES.


All the Local and Personal News From
That Section.
Peck, Leon county, Jan. 28.-Miss
Emma Billingsley, of Monticello, Ga.,
stopped over and spent a few hours
with her brother, Mr. E. L Billingsley,
last Friday afternoon. Miss Billings-
ley was en route home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. RL Sills spent the day
in Tallahassee Saturday last.
Miss Ellen W. Apthorp ,pent Satur-
day and Sunday in the Black Creek
neighborhood.
Mrs. H. J. Hanks and Miss Georgia
Hanks were quite ill last week.
Mr. L. S. Crump visited Tallahassee
Friday last.
Messrs. George and Willie Baum
made a business trip to Black Creek
Saturday last.
Mr. Fellows Billingsley was driving
around in our vicinity Sunday.
Mr. J. F. Joyner spent Friday and
Saturday in Thomasville. He contem-
plates soon making his home there.
Mr. F. E. Waller has gone to Carra-
belle to visit )fis sister, Miss Stella.
Mr. and Mrs. Smithson, of Black
Creek,visited Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Crump
last Sunday.
Mr. Teat, of Lloyd, was at Mr. J. P.
Baum's last week on business.
Miss Ellen Apthorp and Miss Sadie
Carmine are the expected guests of
Miss Cliffora Baum Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. J. H. Humphress and Master
West Nickleson visited the Capital City
Saturday last.
Everybody is at work preparing for
another crop.
Mr. L. S. Crump's place had a nar-
row escape from fire last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Crump visited rel-
atives near Lloyd last Saturday.
Mr. Willie Powell passed through
our neighborhood Sunday.
The properties o. BALLARD'S
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children, that it is not needed. rice,
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with a slight tinge of shame; "but so
S.- ait is. Well, as I was saying, I've been
T coming to this bar, nightly, for a good
many years, and I generally see all that
*is going on around me. Among the
NIGHT THE FIFTH. regular visitors are at least half a
dozen young men, belonging to our
Some of the Consequences of *avern- best families-who have been raised
oKeeping- C o 'ae- with care, and well educated. That
Keeping. their presence here is unknown to their
friends I am 'quite certain--or, at least,
,You many well do that," was ans- F unknown and unsuspected by some of
'-ered. "'I doubt if Cedarville holds a E EF them. They do not drink a great deal
sadder heart. It was a dark (lay for yet; but all try a glass or two. To-
her, let me tell you, when Slmo~ Slade A roally.healthy woman has lit- ward nine o'clock, often at an earlier
sold his mill and built this tavern. She te pain or discomfort at the hour, you will see one and another of
was opposed to it ats mucthe beginnmenstrual period No them go quietly out of the bar, through
I have inferred as much. menstrual period. No woman the sitting room, preceded, or soon fol-
"I know it," said the man."y wife needs to have any. Wine of lowed by Green and $ade. At any
has been intimate with her foi years. w hour of the night, upto one or two,
Indeed, they have always been like sis- Cardul will quickly relieve those and sometimes three o'clock, you can
ters. I remember very well her coming smarting menstrual pains and see light-streaming through the rent in
to our house, about the time the mill a curtain drawn before a particular
was sold, and crying about it aV if her the dragging head, back and window, which I know to be in the
heart would break. She saw nothing side aches caused .by falling of room of Harvey Green. These are facts,
but sorrow and trouble ahead. avern the womb and irregular menses sir; and you sir; and you can draw
kegping she had always regardrl as aiyour own conclusion. I think it a very
law business; and the change trom a l fi PI serious matter.
respectable miller to a lazy avern NN OFUI "Why does Slade go out with these
keeper, as she expressed it, ws pro- young men?" I inquired. "Do you think
rented to her mind as something dis- ha' brought permanent relief to he gambles also?"
graceful. I remember, very well, try- 1,000,000 women who suffered "If he isn't a kind of a stool-pigeon
g to argue-the point with hr-as- for Harvey Green, then I'm mistaken
suming that it was quite as restable ver month. It makes the men- again."
to keep tavern as to do anything else; trial organs strong and healthy. "Hardly. He cannot, already, have
but I might as well have talkedto the is the provision made b become so utterly unprincipled ."
wind. She was always a pl asant, e"It's a bad school, sir this tavern
hopeful, cheerful woman befoj that t to give women relief from keeping," said the man.
time; but, really, I don't thil I've the terrible achps and pains which "I readily grant you that."
seen a true smile on her face sihce." "And it's nearly seven years since he
", hat was a great deal for a pan to bhtso many homes. commenced to take lessons. A great
lose," said I. Gu.mNwoon, IA.,Oct.L14, 1900. deal may be learned, sir, of good or
"What?" he inquired, not cleay un- Ihave e very sic for some time evil, in seven years, especially if any
understanding me. was taken with a severe pain in m evi, in seven years, especially if any
understanding me. Side*and could not get an' elict untri interest be taken in the studies."
"The cheerful face of his wife.' _Itried abottloe oWine ot Cardui. Be- "True."
"The face was but an index if her f l had taken all of it I was relieved.ay
I0itly duty ty that Iou have "And it's true in this case, you may
eart," said he. wo woderfulmedicin. depend upon it. Simon Slade is not the
"So much the worse." XA. M. YomT. man he was, seven years ago. Any-
"True enough for that. Yes, it!was a arndiuteande,rebgivio B m body with half an eye can see that.
great deal to lose.'" _k oe *,' .c He's grown selfish, grasping, unscru-
"What has he gained that will make pulous, and passionate. There could
up for this?"--- --sshoulde hardly be a greater difference between
The man shrugged his shoulders. men thar exists between Simon Slade
"What has be gained?" I created. the tavern keeper and Simon Slade the
"Can youfigure it up?" r "There was a slight advance in prop- the tavern keeper and Simon Slade the
"He's a richer man, for one thi g," erty along the street after the 'Sickle mi ler."
"Happier?"' and Sheaf' was opened, and Judge "And intemperate, also?" I suggest-
There was another shrug ol the Hammon)d was benefited thereby. In- ed.
S 1 u t e terested parties made a good deal of "He's eto t.e a little too
shoulders. "I wouldn't like tsaynoise about it; but it didn't amount to much." was answe,'d.
tHow at" ch richer" much, I ee." "In that case, he'll scarcely be as well
"Oh. a great deal. Somebody was "What has caused the judge to grow off five years hence as he is now."
saying, only yesterday, that he couldn't poorer?" nig of this tavern, as I of t to ohe some
be worth kss than thirty thousand dol- "Thie opening of this tavern, as I of us think."
just said." "What has led to this opinion?"
lars." "He's beginning to ngect his house,
"Indeed! So much?" "In what way did it affect him?" He s beginning to neglect his house,
Yeu.-" ."He was among Slade's warmest sup- for one thing."
"How has he managed to accumulate porters, as soon as he felt the advance A bad n."
so ra)iilly." : in the price of building lots, called him (Continuied on 2: : pag('.)
s0one of themost enterprising men in
"Ifis liar has a large run of custom, one of the reolt enterlrising men in
And, you know, that pays wond o rful- Cedarvillc-a real benefactor to the CHILDREN ESPECIALLY LIABLE.
ly place--and all that stuff. To set a good Burns, bruises and cuts are extreme-
ly."He must have sold a great dl of example of patronage, he came over ly painful and if neigl(t- ld often result
liquor in six years." every day and took his glass of brandy, in blood poisoning. Children are espe-
"And he has. I don't think! I'm and encouraged everybody else that he cially liable to such mishaps because
wrong in saying that in the six *ears could influence to do the same. Among not so careful. As a r(:m(d(y LDeWitt's
which havr gone by sint e the 'Sickle those' who followed his example was Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled. It
and Sheaf' was opened. more liquor his son Willy.. There was not, let me draws out the fire, sto;:s :!hi pain, soon
has been drank than in the previous tell you. in all the country for twenty- heals the wound. Beware of counter-
Stwenty years." five miles around, a finer young man feits. Sure cure for pil s. "DeWitt's
"Say forty," remarked a manawho than Wiily:, Ior one of so much Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby of
had been a listener to what we sid. promise, when this mar.-trap"-he let eczema after two physician's gave her
had"Letit been a listenerty then was the ida- his voice fall, and glanced around, as up." So writes Jam,"s .Mock. N. Web-
coing answerty, then," was th he thus designatr-d Slade's tavern- ster, Ind. "The sores were so bad she
"How comes this?" I inquired. 'You "was opened(; and now, there is not soiled two to five dresses a day."
had a tavern here before the ckle ane dashing more recklessly along the .
and Sheaf' was opened." oad to ruin. When too late, his father
,i know we hadand several esaw that his son was corrupted, and
"I know we had,.and several places that the company he kept was of a
laides, where liquor was sold. -But, dangerouss character. Two reasons led '
everylbody far and near knew Sfmon him to purchase Slade's old mill, and -
Sade, the miller, and everybody liked turn it into a factory and a distillery.
him. He was a good miller, and a Of course, he had to make a heavy out- -- '
cheerful, social, chatty sort of a man, lay for additional buildings, machinery
putting everybody in a good humor tnd distilling apparatus. The reasons
who came near him. So it became the influencing him were the prospect of
talkeverywhere, when he built'this realizing a large amount of money,
house, which he fitted up nicer than specially in distilling, and the hope of
anything that had been seen in these saving Willy, by getting him closely
parts. Judge Hammond, Judge Lywan, engaged and interested in business. To
Lawyer Wilson, and all the big-bus of accomplish, more certainly, the latter
thO place at once patronized the new "nd, he unwisely transferred to his son, (
tern; and, of course, everybody else as his own capital, twenty thousand
i he same. So, you can easily see dollars, and then formed with him
-Iw he got such a run." regular copartnership-giving Willy
lt was thought, in the beginning," an active business control.
d I, that the new tavern wa go- "iut the experiment, sir," added the There's little W after
lug to do wonders for Cedarville." man, emphatically, "has proved a fail-
"Yes," answered the man, laughing, ure. I heard yesterday, that both mill pure enough to drink. The much
"ad so it has.t r and distillery were to be shut up, and laughed at man who adds something to
"OIn what respect?" offered for sale." kill the microbes knows what he is
"h, in many ways. It has made "They did not prove as money-mak- about.
Tlme men richer, and some poorer." ing as was anticipated?" But that which is added to the water
"Who has it made poorer?" No, -not under Willy Hammond's must be pure and good. Do you know
dozens of people. You may always management. He had made too many where to obtain it?
take it for granted, when you see a bad acquaintances-men who clung to


his bar, getting rich,'that a great many command, and spent it as freely as wa- Oi sa Li os
people are getting poor." ter. On-half of his time he was away
"How so?" I wished to hear in *hat from the mill, and while there, didn't
waY the man. who was himself, as was half attend to business. I've heard it have more than purity to recommend
plain to see, a good customer at sosne- said-and I don't much doubt its truth them. They have strength. richness
by's har, reasoned on the subject. -that he's squandered his twenty and delicious flavor. Also cheapness.
"le does not add to the general thousand dollars, and a great deii be-
realth. lie produces nothing. He sides."
takes money from his customers, .but "How is that possible?"
gives them no article of value in; re- "Wel;: people talk, and not alw'y;
tn-nothing that can be called prop- -at random. There's been ra ma.- stay -
Orty, personal or real. He is just so ing here. most of his time, for th. last Mar S New Saloon
Much richer, and they just so much four or five years, named Green. He ,a 'wl
Poorer for the exchange. Is it not Fo?" does not do anything, and don't seem
I readily assented to the position as to have any friends in the neighbor-
true, and then said-- -. hood. Nobody knows where lie came N-
"Who, in particular, are poorer?" from, and he is not at all communica-
Judge Hammond, for one." tive on that head himself. Well, this
"Indeed! I thought the advance in man became acquainted with young .
is property, in consequence of -the Hammond after Willy got to visiting :- s'.: .
building of this tavern, was so great, the bar here, and attached himself to :
that he was reaping a rich pecuniary him at once. They have, to all appear- -"
est ance, been fast friends ever since; rid- l
ing about, or going off on gunning or
fishing excursions almost every day, .*. ". *
and excluding themselves someIhere ""'
j &JA nearly every evening. That man Green. ..
Ssir, it is whispered, is a gambler; and I "
believe it. Granted, and there is no
.- longer a mystery as to what Wiliy does ...
with his own and his father's money." ...
I readily assented to this view of the ., -
case.
Its quality influence "And so assuming that Green is a Distinctive Marks I
t sei gambler," said I, "he has grown richer,
the selling price, in consequence of the opening of a new Is possessed by our
Profitable fruit and more attractive tavern in Cedar- work. Our .
growing insured w& ville." .
when enough actual 'Yes, and Cedarville is so much poor-
er for all his gains, for I've never heard Madp tn flrder IInthino-'


All the Local and Personal News From .
That Section. New Store! Fresh Gobds!
Peck, Leon county, Jan. 28.-Miss
Emma Billingley, of Monticello, Ga., Our stock of Staple and Fancy Family Groceries lss
topped h ver and spent a few hours just arrived, and it is all new and fresh. We make
with her brother, Mr. E. L Billingsley,
last Friday afternoon. Miss Billings- a specialty of .. .
ley was en route home.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Sills spent the day Can ned Good s M ats 9
in Tallahassee Saturday last. C G is 62 S
daMiss Ellaen W. Atho r sent atur- Coffees, Teas, Cigars, Tobacco, Fruits, Queenswalie,
neighborhood. Glassware, and everything kept in a real up-to-da$te
Mrs. H. J. Hanks and Miss Georgia family grocery. "Full weights and low prices" is our
Hanks wereCquite ill last week. motto. Your patronage solicited. Free delivery to
Mr. L. S. Crump visited Tallahassee all parts of city.
Friday last. ( pa city.
Messrs. George and Willie Baum
made a business trip to Black Creek A l C* Butler & Co.,
Saturday last C
Mr. Fellows Billingsley was driving CLINTON STREET. PHONE 83.
around in our vicinity Sunday.
Mr. J. F. Joyner spent Friday and ---0l
Saturday in Thomasville. He contem-
plates soon making his home there. "
Mr. F. E. Waller has gone to Carra-
belle to visit his sister, Miss Stella.
Mr. and Mrs. Smithson, of Black
Creek,visited Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Crump
last Sunday. Do you want Fresh Groceries?
Mr. Teat, of Lloyd, was at Mr. J. P.
Baum's last week on business.
Miss Ellen Apthorp and Miss Sadie :'' That's just what I have, and they are pure, whole-
Carmine are the expected guests of some and cheap. I have the cleanest line of Staple
Miss Clifforu Baum Tuesday afternoon. and Fancy Family Groceries in the city.
Mr. J. H. Humphress and Master
West Nickleson visited the Capital City
Saturday last ..As for Fruits...
Everybody is at work preparing for **
another crop.
Mr. L. S. Crump's place had a nar- have oranges, grapes, ,
row escape from fire last Thursday. I have oranges, grapes, lemons, bananas, apples, and
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Crump visited rel- every thing good that grows, and carry a complete
atives near Lloyd last Saturday. lihe of canned goods, cigars, snuff, tobacco and can-
Mr. Willie Powell passed through dies. The prices are low down, that's the beauty ot
our neighborhood Sunday. it. Come and see what you want and what I have.
The properties o. BALLARD'S
SNOw LINIMENT possess a range of Free delivery to all \ W E I IK EY
usefulness greater than any other rem- parts of city. W E D IC K E Y.
edy. A day seldom passes in every
household, especially where there are A
childr-n. that it is not needed. rice,
25 and 50 cents. At Wight & Bro.


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Druggist.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.


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No. 31, thei i Florida and .Meiropolialn Limited, Pullman BulISLt s?'eper- 6-sw'w->.ii Tinjn,
aville and New York, via Rliuiioidid and W'ashington.I l)i ca oo.i(lijes Irt;,n .IJl.ack.',i-
ad Washington. Train :31 al-o carries Pullman Bulltt Sleepfug car- btctwrct,i .icr'e: 'ity,
nville and Tampa A
i6. Florida and Atlantic Fast M:ail. Day coaches, mail, baggage and elxpr -'x cir' INbtween
nvillo and Washington, and 'ulllan sle,.pers between Jacksonvillea :nt Nd.-Yo-k.
o. 38 connects at Sav ninali with a new train over Seaboard, to airvt.e Mmint,'nt.ry. Ala.,
in. Pulnian Dr.awing Iullet Sieeiers Savlnlnah to Montgomery; al-) iunAiilla:t'--c'lllion('-
SSavannah with central of Geor;i t for Macon, Augusta, Atlanta. Columbis. liirminighan
ints beyond.
o. 15 connects at Stark", for La'trossc, Alachua. Willeford, Wannee anti inter i liiate points
Archer with Early Itir1 IBranch.
ers for Key West and llHavanna--Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays i! Thur.days
m.
'2 and 1, sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
information at City Ticket police, Phone 54. R. P. Hopkins, Agent. '
BARR, R. E. L BUNCH, A. 0. MACDONAILL --
1st V. -P. & G. M., Gen. Pas. Agent, Asss. Gen. i-s." Agt.
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STALLAHASSEAN REPORTERS

I Yeo Don't Fiad it Here Look


F. M. Simonton, of Tampa, made a
business trip to-the State Capital this
week.
Mr. Richard Bull, of Bradfordville, is
reported seriously ill and not expected
to recover.
-+4. 44
Only white barber shop in the city.
Over Pringle & Johnson's store. Geo.
Cravy, proprietor. tf
Mr. R. H. Baker, of Crawfordville,
Bpent Wednesday in the city. Mr. H.
N. Walker was also here from the same
place.
The United States Court opens at
Pensacola on-March 11, and will con-
vene here on March 24. It is under-
stood that a heavy docket will be up
for disposal.
Among the prominent lawyers in
Tallahassee the past week, and who
had business before the supreme court,
was Mr. A. W. Cockrell, Jr., of Jackson-
ville.
Mr. H. N. Sweting, the jeweler, has
returned from Jacksonville, where he
went to represent Jackson Lod e, F.
& A. M., at the meeting of the 3rand
Lodge.


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THE WHITE MAN'S BURDI
is usually indigestion, which me;
appetite, sleeplessness, irrita
weariness of body'and brain. Dr.
Ford's Dyspepticide is a new an
feet cure. It aids digestion, ton
regulates the stomach.
Hon. Geo. C. Clough, of Tampa
several days in Tallahassee this
Mr. Clough is a leading member
Hillsborough county bar, and wa
to appear before the supreme ec
one of the attorneys in the TV
Simonton case, which has att
considerable attention.
"Where the Laugh Comes I
musical comedy, will be given
opera house on Saturday evenii
terpreted by an excellent coM
each one well fitted for his or he
Where does the laugh come in?
In every scene, in every act, in
line. It is the funniest corned:
put before the public and those
will be unfortunate enough to
this will be disappointed, for th<
miss a treat. High class special
terspersed throughout.
Mr. G. S. White, representii
Antietam Paper Company, of B
town, Md., was among the come
tourists in Tallahassee the past
FOR SALE CHEAP-Seven 1I
Villa Mitchell, also 20 acres si
one mile and a ialt from Fort I
south %, N. W. %4, S. E. %, of i
6, township 39 South, Range 2
Property suitable for farming.
FRANCIS P. SALAS, attorney-i
Savannah, Ga. J.

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tween the


grass-fed


grain-fed anc


horse!


The


strong and full of ginger,
second flabby, weak and
out before he begins.
feeding makes the differ
Children are not alike e
One is rosy, bright-eyed,
of life and laughter, anoti
pale, weak and dull. The
ing again is responsible.
Sickly children need sr
feeding. They don't' feel
oats". Scott's Emulsion
just the right richness to
diet. It is like grain t(
horse. The child gets
appetite and strong digesi
Scott's Emulsion is


than food.


It is a si


medicine. It rouses up
children, puts new flesh on
ones and red blood into
ones. It makes children !
< --A- r _-- r 4


N
ns no
ability,
Loyal
I per-
s and

spent
week.
)f the
;here
rt as
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acted

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it the
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part.
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every
ever
who
miss
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the
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ercial
reek.
sts in
uated
gden,
ttion
east.
Apply
t-law,
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ninine
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be-
the
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ired
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cial
heir
ds
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the
lew
on.
lore
ng
dull
hin
Sale
ow.


White barber shop. Over Pringle : The dance given at the Leon Hotel
Johnson's store. tt Friday night was well attended by the
+ + young society folks, and-was pronounc-
Mr. J R. Thornton, a popular paper ea a swell affair. It was given by the,
drummer of Atlanta, was in the city young men in honor of the young ladies i
Monday calling on the business men. of Tallahassee, nearly all of whom
4 4 4 were present Quite a number of visi-
Apalachicola was represented in the tors were here from abroad. An or- y
Capital City Sunday by Mr. W. J. Oven. chestra from Apalachicola furnished
a rising young attorney of that place, tne music, and the evening was one of
who spent the day at the Leon. unalloyed pleasure.
Mr. B. T. Boyd, a prominent rail- A CURE FOR LUMBAGO.
road man of Atlanta, and one of the W. C. Williamson, of Amherst, Va.,
directors of the Tallahassee. Southeast- says: "For more than a year I suffered
ern railroad, made a business trip to from lumbago. I finally tried Cham-
Crawfordville the first of the week. berlin's Pain Balm and it gave me en-
4S 4 tire relief, which all other remedies
State Superintendent of Public In- failed to do." Sold by Wight & Bro.
struction W. N. Sheats expects to leave and all medicine dealers.
Saturday for Chattanooga, Tenn., to at-
tend a meeting of the executive com- PROCLAMATION.
m.ctee of the SoutiLern Educational
Association, of which he is president Municipal Election As to Borrowing Money
*- 4+ 4 by the City of Tallahassee. State of Flor-
NOTHING ELSE SO SURE. Ida. for Purchase of Land for Cemetery
lnd Improvement Thereof.
Mothers who give their little ones Whereas. By an ordinance passed by the
Mother's Worm Syrup give them the City Council of Tallahassee. Florida. Jan-
nicest tasting and most effective worm uary 15th. A. D. oI90', and approved by the
Mayor of the said city on the next day, it is
medicine made. ordained as follows:
4. + 4 Section 1. That a special election of the
Comptroller Croom, who in company registered voters of the ('ity of Tallahassee.
residing in such %.ity and owning real es-
with Commissioner McLin and Treas- tate therein, and who shall have paid their
urer Whitfield, made a trip through taxes for the year last due thereon, such
Lake Okeechobee last week, 'has re- being the qualifications prescribed by Sec-
tion seven hundred and eleven (711) of the
turned home. Revised Statutes of Florida for voters upon i
+ + + the question of the borrowing of money or I
Hon. H. C. McFarlane, a leading contracting loans by a City, shall be held on
the third Tuesday in February next for the
member of the Tampa bar, was among purpose of authorizing and approving the
Monday's arrivals in the Capital City. borrowing by the City Council of said City,
He had business before the Supreme of I stum not exceeding Five Thousand Dol-
Court. HnT J. P. Wall was also here lars for the purpose of purchasing land to
Court. Homn J. P. Wall wastlo a s e her e used as a public cemetery for the burial
from Tampa in the interest of a case of the dead and to improve such cemetery.
pending before the Supreme Court. and to pledge the funds. credit and prop-
erty of the City of Tallahassee for the re-
+ + + demption of such loan; a majority of such I
Are you saving your coupons for the voters actually voting being necessary to
most popular young lady? Better send give such authority and approval. The sum
them in at once. The shrewd politi- to be borrowed is to he borrowed for not ex-
ceeding five years, and at a rate of Interest
cian labors hard to -work up a senti- not to exceed six per cent. per annum, pay-
ment for his candidate, and when this able annually.
is done the general public flocks after Section 2. That the M:i4owr is hereby di-
is done te generalrected to give due notice oi' the special elee-
the favorite. See that gold watch in tion provided for in Section I of this ordi-
Sweeting's show window and then send nance by publication in a newspaper pub-
in your votes. lished in the City of 'lallabassee once each
wek for at least two weeks preceding the
+4 4 + tiie of such election, and also to have post-
King of Malaria is King or all Chill ers stuck up in at least four conspicuous
Cures and King of all Tonics. It drives plaets in said city.
section :". That the saild election shall he
malaria from the system and makes held in the manner r'4liireq lby law ainmd the th
the weak strong. If you want the best ordinances of this City. and the ballots to.
you will take King of Malaria tasteless be used shall be as follow.: re
Purchase and Improvement of Public ui
Chill Tonic. Cemetery: YES. -o
+ + + Purchase and Improvement of Public
S rOP IT! Cemetery: NO. ne
Any elector wishing to vote in favor of it
A neglected cough or cold may lead such loan will make 'on his ballot with a pen te
.o serious bronchial or lung troubles. and ink or pencil a cross mark (X between
the word "'cemetery" and the word "Vs." "a
Don't take chances when Foley's Hon- and any elector wishing to vote against such pe
ey and Tar affords perfect security loan will mark on his ballot with a pen and ac
from serious effects of a cold. ink or pencil a cross mark (X) between the
word "Cemetery" and the word "No". n
+ + + Now, therefore. I. Robert B. Gorman. SI
Mrs. Marcellus Morgan, of Chatta- Mayor of the said C'ity. do proclaim and give T'
hoochee, who has been spending a de- notice that a Spcial Election will held
at the City lIall in said City on Tuesday, al
rightful visit with her parents, Dr. and the 18th day of Februar- A. 1). 1902. be-
Mrs. Came, at Centerville, left yester- tween the hours of 9:00 o'clock In the morn-
day for her home. ing and 5 :) o'clock .n the afternoon for
the purpose above stated, at which election
+ + + the qualification of the voters and the bal-
Senator A. S. Mann, one of the main lots to be used shall be as provided above.
pushers of the Tallahassee Southeast- In testimony whereof. I have hereto set
rn Rail d mn, arrive in th my hand and caused the seal of the City to
ern Railroad Company, arrived in the be hereto affixed this the 31st day of Jan-
city Tuesday, and left Wednesday. The uary. A. D. 1902.
Senator says that work will be pushed [SEAL] R. B. GORMAN, Mayor.
to completion as rapidly as possible. Attest: A. oI. WILLIAMS.
+ + + Clerk of the City Council.
For several days visitors to the State NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Treasurer's office have noticed a broad Notice is hereby given that an election
smile on the face of Chief Clerk Mon- will be held at the City Hall in the city of
roe. He seemed floating through the Tallahassee on Tuesday, the 18th day of
February, 1902, for the following city offi-
air in an extremely happy mood, for cers, to serve for one year:
which there was some difficulty to ac- A Mayor.
count. There is never an effect with- Clerk and Treasurer.
Tax Collector.
out a cause, however, and everything Tax Assessor.
has been satisfactorily explained-his Also four Aldermen to serve for two
wife had presented him with bouncing y R.B. GORMAN. Mayor.
baby boy. Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 31, 1902. ,
Rev. J. A. Reany, Sr., of Jasper, who A
has the reputation of being one of the flwnI I
most eloquent pulpit orators in the eed I I W
State, will preach at the Baptist church
Sunday morning and evening. A cor-
dial invitation is extended to the pub-
lic to attend.,
Rev. J. D. Bush, of New Mexico, but /
recently from New York, is spending a
short vacation in Tallahassee. Rev. /1
Bush occupied the pulpit at the M. E.
Church last Sunday evening, the sub-
ject of his discourse being "Receiving \ N
the Grace of God in Vain."
Mrs. B. C. Moore, sister of Mrs. H. L. "N"
Gregory, of this city,died last week at ANlDi i
her home in Crawfordville, after an ill- G ARDE -
ness of two weeks, and was buried Fri- --
oay.. Deceased was a well known and S- SEED


highly respected lady, and her loss
will be keenly felt. She leaves a hus- ~i -. .
band and four children. -
Dr. J. M. Came, the leading practi- That's the kind we handle. They
tioner of Centerville, was a visitor to are fresh, put up from last year's
Tallahassee yesterday, and paid The corps, and are guaranteed. If you
Tallahasseean a pleasant visit. The
doctor is an enthusiast on the subject want . ..
of fruits and flowers. He has many
bearing fruit trees, such as peaches,
plums, pears, figs, etc., and has prob- Seeds that Germinate
ably half a dozen lotus trees, while his
wife has a beautiful collection of flow-
ers. And give good results, get the best.
+ + + W e handle Landreth's Farm and
The name alone "Where the Laugh We handle Landreth's Farm and
Comes In" would suggest how very Garden Seeds, and they can be de-
comical it is. The first act is the home pended upon. If you want seeds
of Col. Peach, where everybody gets in- that are fresh and will grow, call at
to trouble, the second act the school
and there is more trouble and the third
act the home of the colonel and again
trouble and just when one thinks that BalkCom's Drug Store.
there is no way out of these difficulties


-presto change, and all is well and
every one content. No one should miss
it. At Tallahassee opera house one
night only, Saturday, Feb. 1. New and
up-to-date specialties.
+. + 4
CHILDREN POISONED.
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.
WANTED-AT once, traveling salesmen; ex-
perience not absotktely necessary; SW and ex-
penLe CENTRAL TOBACCO WORKS CO.,
Penicks. Va.


41.

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ar, Kid Cloves,'


t8s, Hosiery,


Speaki,-g to the Point!


We...


Will make
purchasing
hassee and'


Next


our bow t the
public of a.,
vicinity 46 I




W ek


and propose speaking t the
point. We want to ake
you hear our message. We
want to talk directly to you
about your interests. We
will tell you of cash values
and excellence, and sing
and promptness. 0


.Duva


SEVEN YEARS IN BED.
"Will wonders ever cease?" inquire
e friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law-
nce, Kan. They knew she had been
able to leave her bed in seven years
i account of kidney and liver trouble,
srvous prostration and general debil-
y; but, "Three bottles of Electric Bit-
rs enabled me to walk," she writes,
and in three months I felt like a new
person Women suffering from Head-
che, Backache, Nervousness, Sleepless-
ess, Melancholy, Fainting and Dizzy
pells will find it a priceless blessing.
ry it. Satisiaction is guaranteed. by
1 druggists. Only 50c.


The Hunting Season

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


We
also
carry a
full
line of
Saddles.
and
Harness,
and are
head-
quarters
for
Building
Material,


Hardware, Stoves
Heaters, Hanges, and all kinds
of cooking g Uteils. (Get a Wil-
son Heater for your Lath room.
By its u-e you ari made comnor-
table. and 'the danger frpq sick-
ness entirely removed.








F. C. Corsets 1


m a
A24ERICAN


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BEAUTIES


SWe have
them in all
styles and
shapes to it
every figure,
and every
corset is sold
|i under this
most liberal
W arrant-.
"M' *'Money re-
funded after
Sfour weeh'
trial if corset is
not satisfactory. on-


Look for this
Trade Marlhon
inside of corset
and on box.
KIALAMAZOO
CORSET CO.
S o l e M a IS. e r s
Ka alamazoo, MichK.

FOR SALE BY
WAR. WILSON,
Tallahaiee, Fla.


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massI


Can't You



Understand
A


How we can benefit
values speak loudly
tentions. We will


Dry


complete


you P ;Our
of qua in,
open. up
stock of


GCoos,


Clothing and Gents' Furnish.
ings, all in the proper style for
any. occasion, and will h re a
line that is certain to please.
If you are looking for molaey,
saving cash bargains, it will
pay you to inspect our stock.
i


Brother$.


ij


SAll Havana Cigar

40 OF EXCLUSIVE MERIT.



**.SOLD BY *

: Tallahassee Drug Co.,

Wight & Bro.,

i* Marcus New Saloon,

+tt1s4 $I$14t tUt1 I 1151 551ti IS 1111 i
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The Cypress Lumber Co.,

APALACIElCOLA, FLA. p


--MANUFACTUIIER-iOF-


Cypress Shingles, Doo00r, Sash and blinds,

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

Cypress Tanks and Vats a ISp ialty.


ITO THE LADIES

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
ithe oysters and watch our stock.
SThe oysters are always fresh and
Pleasing.

jThe City Res.

H. L. GREGORY


V, Prop.


We are strictly "in it.'
And what we want is to have you join the procession and derive yoar *are of the
benefits that accrue from constant dealing with us. we do not believe i, one's
Wecaryac~lf~h.


always blowing one's
own horn, for it is sail


tht-


t sIlf romis .i half


iglehant's
Swansd0own


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