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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: February 14, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Volume ID: VID00084
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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_.iteresting Sessi

Council Last


BIs Allowd-City 1
port-Other M

The regular monthly
City Council was held
chamber last night
Present, Councilmen
Ranwdolph, Ball, Edmot
Armstrong, Clerk W
Gorman and Chief of :
Councilman Perkins tol
roll call.
Minutes of the regi
January 9th, and of tl
ings of January 15th ai
were read and approve
The special sanitary
pointed to investigate
a barn in the western
caused by the burning
vacant lot near, submit
owner of the barn had
for damages from th
.that -the fire was cau
garbage, set on fire by s
The committee report
dose investigation of f,
had been burned that d
authorities Were not
-the fire. Committee r
action be taken in the
received and ordered fil
A communication fr
man was read, announ
-ment of Herman Dami
-officer. Appointment
W. D. Wilson. city ta
mitted report, showing
ed on 1900 taxes.
City Health Officer
communication, notify
of the bad condition
ment sewerage. He sta
was filled with sand,
steps 'be taken to rem
Action on the matter
tne new council to act
munication was. recei
health officer, stating
ment sewer pipe had
the city water, and
had been experienced
Councilman Qualle I
financee providing for
propriation to defray
Sthe c-ity to Flbruary 2,
advanced to the ti
Spnanimously adopted.
The following warral



in of the



meeting of the
at the council

piOller, Qualle,'
Hsn, President
llams, Mgyor
police Braswell.
his seat after:

Lar meeting of
special meet-
d- February 3d,

committee ap-
ihe burning of
,ort of the city
of grass on a
ed report. The
ade application
city, claiming
d by burning
unitary officer.
that from a
cts, no garbage
y, and the city
responsible 'or
ported that no
matter. Report

m Mayor Gor-
ng the appoint-
as registration
Collector, sub-
$140.15 collect-

apy sent in a
g the council
f the govern-
ed that the pipe
nd asked that
y the trouble.
as left over for
Another corn-
ed from the
iat the govern-
en cut off from
at no trouble
ibmitted an or-
Sdeficiency ap-
e expenses bf
902. Ordinance
rd reading, and
ts were ordered

id.: .
Igo. 27, R.B. Got ........ $25 00
ieo. 28, A. H. Wllliam ........ 16 74
N0.29,M. M. Brawll .........50 00
lo. 30, F. S. Henry .......... 40 00
Ne.'31, L-V. Dennad ........ 4000
No. 32, A. R. Gray..... ........ 31 00
Io. 33, Jos. Duncan. ........ 15 00
No. 34, Jackson Gray........ 25 00
No. 35, So. Telephone d n.
Co. ................. ........ 25 00
No. 36, H. N. Sweeting. ........ 625
Ba 37, M. F. Papy..... ........35 70
No. 38, C. C. Light and ?uel Co.. 174 41
No. 39, W. D. Wilson.......... 2
.o.& 40, W. F. Oldenbur ........ 1 55
No. 41, W. A. Papy... ........ 159 5J)
o. 42, Gilmore & Dav Co..... 46 73
k. 43, 1. B. HIlson... ........ 191
The treasurer submitted his report as
Tallahassee, Flail Feb. 13,1902.
Hon. F. W. Armstrong, resident of the
Council of the CitySof Tallahassee,
Fla. F
Dear Sir: I submit the following
statement of city finasnes:
Cash on hand Jan- I
Uary 9, 1902...... $7,62 25
Received since that i
date ............ 0 36--$8,282 61'
Disbursed- 5
,Warrants January 1
9, 1902.........$3. 7 22
IMarket House Cer-
tificate No. 9,
taken up Febru-
arm 10th, 1902.... 1,13 19-- 4,130 41

Balance.......... .... $4,152 20
.Dltributed as follows-4
Oleeral fund......$1,9 24

consumption." What doctors could nnt
do Golden Medicaliscovery" did. it
stopped the hemorrhages and cured
their cause. This is one case out of
thousands. Investigate the facts.
Free. Dr. Pierce's great work, The
People's Common Sense Medical Ad-
viser, is sent free on recept of stamps
to pay cost of mailing only. Send 21
one-cent stamps for paper covered
book, or 31 stamps for cloth binding.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.


What the Students Are Doing at. That


Market fund ....... 2,: 6 23
Ocial fund (water F. E.B.
Sand fire)......... 46 73-$4,152 20 We heard a man say the other morn-
The $640.36 received since January ing that the abbreviation for February
[,t, 1902, above referred to, was from -Feb.-means Freeze Every Body, and
-Ae following sources: that man looked frozen in his ulster.
A. D. Wilson, tax It was apparent that he needed the kind
collector ........ 4 88 of warmth that stays, the warmth that
Ataon Gray, mar- reaches from head to foot, all over the
|ket clerk ........ 98 body. We could have told him from
11- M. 'Braswell, -personal knowledge that Hood's Sarsa-
Ohief of police... '43 50 parilla gives permanent warmth, it in-
lqital City Light vigorates the blood and speeds it along
Saad Fuel Co ....... 1 00- $640 36 through artery and vein, and really fits
I I Warrants paid January 9th, 1902, men and women, boys and girls to en-
; amve stated, is inkqed warrant No. joy cold weather and resist the attacks
Sfor $80 .00 in payment qf Market of disease. It gives the right kind of
-NOse Certificate No. i warmth, and all its benefits are lasting.
Respectfully Ibmitte There may be a suggestion in this for
A.H. .T.T you.,


An Adjourned Term to Con-

vene Here on larch 24th


Short Term

Jury Increases Business.

An adjourned term of the United
States Circuit Court for the Northern
District of Florida will convene in the
United States court room on Marchl 24.
So far as made up,there is not a heavy
docket, and unless the Federal Grand
Jury finds an unusually large number
of bills, the term will be a short one.
The following cases have already been
The United States vs. M. Hymson, in-
dictment for violation of section 3242,
Revised Statutes of the United States.
Charged with selling liquor without
The United States vs. 0. P. Williams,
criminal information for violation of
section 2461; Revised Statutes of the
United States. Charge, timber larceny.
The United States vs. William Wil-
liams and Oliver P. Williams, indict-
ment for violation of section 5456, Re-
vised Statutes of the United States.
Charge, timber larceny. Two cases.
The United States vs. J. M. D. Russ,
criminal information for violation of
section 2461, Revised tSatutes of the
united States. Charge, timber larceny.
The United States vs. Lucius B. Par-
rish, indictment for violation of sec-
tion 3891, Revised Statutes of United
States. Charge, robbing the mails.
The United States vs. William Drig-
gers and Randolph Driggers, indict-
ment for violation of section 5457, Re-
vised Statutes of the United States.
Charge, counterfeiting.
The United States vs. James D. El-
vington, indictment for violating sec-
tion 5526, Revised Statutes of United
States. Charge, peonage.
The United States vs. Michell J.
Young, indictment for violating sec-
tion 5456, Revised Statutes of Unittd
States. Charge, timber larceny.
The United States vs. Samuel M. Cly-
att, indictment for violation of section
5526, Revised Statutes of the United
States. Charge, peonage.
The United States vs. William Myers,

Institution of Learning.
Examinations and talk of examina-
tions at the State College are now over
for the present, and the students have
settled down to hard work again. Those
who passed successfully are happy over
their victory (for examinations at this
college are not easy), while those -who
failed are not wearing the gloom of de-
feat, because they know that "self" was
the cause of it all. But all know the
size of 'their heads now, and knowing
where the fault lies, will get down to
harder work to be ready for the final
examination of the collegiate year.
New students are arriving every few
days. Most of those who enter now
will pursue the normal course, though
this department does not open until
March. But a place is always found
for those whose who are ready for study. A
large number of normal students are
expected when the term opens.
Last week was the regular time for
the election of officers of the debating
societies. A great deal of interest is
always shown in these elections. There
are generally two or more candidates
put up for each office, and a heated con-
test is the result In the Platonic So-
ciety the following officers were chosen:
Robt. B.McCord,president; Fritz Buch-
holz, vice-president; Joseph Shutan,
secretary; Win. P. Byrd, treasurer;
Win. VanBrunt, sergeant-at-arms. The
retiring officers are: Guy L. Winthrop,
president; Benjamin H. Meginness,
secretary; Wivm. P. Byrd, treasurer;
Talbot Bernard, sergeant-at-arms.
The new officers will be sworn in at
the next meeting, which is Friday
The Platonic Debating Society, the
oldest and strongest society of the
Florida -State College, by fitting the
young men for public speaking, is do-
ing its full duty in this institution. The
society gives the members experience
in parliamentary laws that they other-
wise would not get until sent to the
Legislature or Congress. The mem-
bers predict a bright future for their
society; as the State College is now
growing rapidly- and with its growth
the Platonic Society is sure to grow.
The Anaxagorean Literary Society is
still in the progressive stage. This or-.
ganization Is in better shape than ever
before in its history. Two new meem-
ber- were admitted t tHlhtintitg?
This meeting was one of exceptional
Importance, being the time for election
of officem: Following is the retiring
list ofat ocers: William Z. Crawford,
president; Walsh- Dickey, vice-presi-
dent; Julius Evams, secretary,; Jullan
Howard, tUeasurer, Guyte P. McCord,
sergeant-at-arms, and William M. Mc-
Intosh, critic.
The following are the officers elected
for the ensuing term: Julian Howard,
president; Samuel Sanborn, vice-presi-
dent; David M. Cook, secretary; Guyte
McCord, treasurer; Clarance E. Shine,
sergeant-at-arms, and Wm. B. Craw-
ford, critic.
There could not have been a better
set of officers selected.
The regular debate was postponed on
account of other business, but the
young orators will be much better pre-
pared when the debate does come off.
At the next meeting ex-President
Wiliam B. Crawford will deliver his
farewell address. The inaugural- ad-
dress of the new president will be list-
ened to with interest.
The Students' Christian Association
is a source of enjoyment to the stu-
dents of the dormitories, and a few
resident students who are religiously
,inclined. Meetings are held in the re-
ception room of the girl's dormitory
from 3 to 4 o'clock on Sunday after-
noon, and all who attend consider this
an hour well spent. One young man
was heard to remark that if he could
attend such meetings every Sunday he
would be good whether he wanted to
or not Mr. F. A. Hathaway conducted
the services last Sunday, and gave the
society a very instructive talk. A meet-
ing will be heid soon for the election of
new officers. "


The Last Hop Before Lent Was
at the Leon Hotel.


The last dance of the season was
given by the young men of the city at
the Leon Hotel Friday night. The
event was a grand success in every par-
ticular, and a jolly crowd of Terpsi-
chorean devotees "tripped the light fan-
tastic" until the wee sma' hours. Un-
der the circumstances it is hardly nec-
essary to say that the revelers enjoyed
the evening to the utmost. A feature of
the dance was the excellent music fur-
nished. The chaperones were: Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Winthrop, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Markham, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spiller,
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Whitfield, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Whitfield, Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Lively, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Croom, Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Maxwell. A goodly num-
ber of the Capital City's most popular
young society ladies and gentlemen
were present. Tne handsome programs
were printed by The Tallahasseean.



The Contest is Rapidly Grow-

ing in Interest



Hard--Many Compons Out.

The most popular young lady in Tal-
lahassee! Who is she? The contest is
gaining in interest, and coupons are
coming in at a rapid rate. Up to going
to press last week just 664 ballots had
beex cast This is only a small per
cent of the number outstanding, and
there may be some surprises in store
for those in the race.
At present Miss Pearl McCord and
Miss Octavia Lavender are the leaders,
with Misses Fannie Shutan, Florence
Lewis and Gussie Chittenden following
in the order named. Misses Nellie
Costa and Mamie Andrews each have
above 20 votes. There are seven other
contestants in the list, with a total of
32 ballots to their credit Their friends
have placed them in nomination, but
have not sent in any more coupons for
them. Two new candidates have been
entered in the contest
The Tallahasseean wishes to make
the announcement that all candidates
who have less than twenty ballots to
their credit will be dropped after next
week. If you have a favorite in the list
and wish her to continue in the race,
now is the time to vote. Don't delay
any longer.
Every young lady now in the contest
is popular, and has her friends. These
friends receive The Tallahasseeam
every week, and it will be very little
trouble for them to cut out the coupons
and vote. By doing this you may in-
duce others to vote for your favorite.
You will thus assist her in winning a
valuable present
The gold watch to be presented by
The Tallahasseean to the most popular
young lady in the Capital City is a per-
fect time-keeper. It is now on exhi-
bition in H. N. Sweeting's show win-
dow. Mr. Sweeting is a man of well-
known business integrity, and his guar-
antee goes with the watch.
The contest will last but a short time.
In a few issues the final announcement
will be made. If you have any coupons
send them in at once, as none will be
recesi e trthan Thursday before the

The winner, in 4
a valuable gold watch, will have her
picture published in The Tallahasseean.
There is an air of uncertainty about the
contest Any one whose name appears
is likely to be the wfiner, if you make
up your mind to help her out.
Following is tne standing up to the
hour of going to press:
Miss Pearl McCord .............. 317
Miss Octavia Lavender........... 290
Miss Fannie Shutan .............. 84
Miss Florence Lewis ............. 35
kiss Gussie Chittenden .......... 34
Miss Nellie Costa................. 27
Miss Mamie Andrews............. 20
Miss Clifford Carroll.............. 12
Miss Bessie Chandler ............ 12
Miss Blanche Bradley ............. 11
Miss Gertrude Chittenden......... 9
Miss Lalah Cates ................. 7
Miss Blanche Parrett ............. 4
Miss Shirley Long ............... 2
Miss Lula Cates .................. 1
Miss Bessie Saxon................. 1
Miss Bertha B.'Bradley............ 1


Had Been an Invalid for Years, But
Contracted Pneunionia.
Mrs. S. F. Rivers, mother of Mrs. F.
C. Coles, died at 10:30 o'clock Monday
night, at the home of her daughter, in
the Southern part of the city, from -n
attack of pneumonia, aged about 76
Mrs. Rivers had been an invalid for
years, and her death was not unexpect-
ed. Last Friday she took to her bed,
with an attack of pneumonia, and on
account of her advanced age, little hope
was entertained for her recovery. Mon-
day evening ~ae attending physician
was telephoned for, when he informed
the family that there was no chance for
her recovery.
. In a couple of hours after the doctor's
departure the old lady gently breathed
her last in the presence of the family
and a few friends. Remains were in-
terred in the City Cemetery Tuesday af-
ternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev. J. B. Ley offi-
ciating. The pall-bearers were; L. C.

Yaeger, B. J. Phillips, T. H. Randolph,
J. F. Demilly, J. W. Collins and. A.
Stephenson. .

The old idea that the body some-
times needs a powerful, drastic, purga-
tive pill has been exploded; for Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which are per-
fectly harmless, gently stimulate liver
and bowels to expel poisonous matter,
cleanse the system and absolutely cure
Constipation and Sick Headache. Only
25c at all drug stores.


letterss Patent Granted 'by Governor
and Forwarded by Secretary of State.
Governor Jennings has granted a
charter to the AtolinoLumber and Brick
Company, of Molino, Escambia county.
The general nature of the business to
be transacted is the operating of a
steam sawmill, manufacturing and,
selling lumber and the products of
wood, the manufacturing and selling of
brick, and the buying and selling of
The amount of capital stock is $20,-
000, divided into 200 shares of the liar
value of $100 each. The term of exist-
ence is 99-years.
'The- American Savings Bank and'
Trust Company will do business in
Pensacola, having been granted'a char-
ter by the governor. The capital stock
is $20,000, divided into shares of $10
each. A general banking and real es-
tate business will be transacted by the
Pensacola is to engage in the manu-
facture of paper and paper material.
A charter has been granted to the Flor-
ida Paper Company, with headquarters
at Pensacola. The capital stock is $50,-
000, divide into 500 shares of the par
value of $100 each. As usual the term
of life is 99 years.

The board of directors of the Florida
State Fair Association will meet- in
Jacksonville next Tuesday to decide
whether or not there shall be a State
fair this year. Not only should a State
fair held, but county fairs should be
held all over the State. They help to
develop the agricultural resources of
the communities in which they are
held. In order to encourage county
fairs, the commissioners should make
appropriations to help pay the expenses.
Tallahassee already has a splendid fair
ground, with a good race track and all
necessary buildings. Why not reor-
ganize and hold a fair next fall?

"I was troubled for several years
with chronic indigestion and nervous
debility," writes F. J. Green, of Lan-
caster, N. H. "No remedy helped me
until I began using Electric Bitters,
which did me more good than all the
k -aL....Z3L --- -

kept my
years. She says Electric Bitters are
just splendid for female troubles; that
they are a grand tonic and invigorator
for weak, run-down women. No other
medicine can take its place in our fam-
ily." Try them. Only 50c. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed by all druggists.

Early trucksters should soon have
spring vegetables for the home market
at least Many Florida towns, no fur-
ther south than Tallahassee, have al-
ready shipped lettuce, beans and straw-
berries to the Northern markets. This
in the past has been impossible for the
Capital City, on account of the high
freight rates. This excuse will not
hold good in the future, however, as
the Seaboard Air Line agrees to give
the same rates as have heretofore pre-
vailed from Monticello.

Eating sores, swellings, falling hair,
mucous patches, ulcers, scrofula, ach-
ing bones and joints, itching skin, boils,
pimples, etc., by taking Botanic Blood
Balm (B. B. B.) made especially to cure
malignant blood and skin troubles. B.
B. B. heals every sore and makes the
blood pure and rich. Over 3,000 cures
of worst and most obstinate cases by
taking B. B. B. Druggists, $1. De-
scribe trouble and trial bottle sent
free by writing to Blood Balm Co., At-
lanta, Ga.

The Boys' Social Club is one year old
today, and the members are going to
give a big spread and pleasant party
at the residence of Mrs. W. A. Rawls,
in honor of the occasion. One pecu-
liarity about tLe club is that all the
members know the girl each is going to
invite. Each girl gets but one invita-
tion, and if she does not happen to
admire the boy extending it, is left out
in the cold. Invitations have all been
sent out, and the young folks are anti-
cipating a jolly time.

is choked with soot, the fire languishes
and goes out When the bronchial
tubes are clogged with phlegm, the
flame of life flickers. Intelligent treat-
ment with Allen's Lung Balsam brings
up the phlegm, allays inflmmmttion,
stops the cough and pain in the chest
and, in a word, overcomes those terri-
ble colds which if neglected soon be-
come consumption.

jection, then, the trustees have the
power and theefunds available for the
purpose, to hsae an exhaustive survey
made of all thiterritory affected by the
canals and by tigh water, in order that
the trustees nrgnt act intelligently in
determining tio advisability of closing
the canal as aEped for by the citizens of
Lee county. 4
Protests aga st closing the canals by
officers of adjojiing counties are here-
with filed, as ;o those in advocacy of
t Res:pefully submitted,
(Signed) B. E. McLIN,
The story ist ,ld of the owner of sev-
eral railroads 'ho was unable to buy
relief from th erve-twisting agony of
neuralgia. It an unlikely tale. The
sick man musurave known that Perry
Davis P would help him at
once, as it ha helped so many thou-
sands of sT rers in the past sixtyr
years. There Is but one Painkiller.

Unless Federal Orand PM of ties Leader

lost Popular Young Lady




Committ* s Sibmits Report

ter I stigaltiung Canals



Protests Against Cosig the
Canals- ""w Mtiki.

Commission McLin,. Comptroller
Croom and Teasurer Whitfield, the
committee apoInted by Governor Jen-
nings to visit e Okeechobee and ex-
amine the cangs cut by the State some
years ago, hay submitted their report.
There has beem_ considerable complaint
by the people Aong the Caloosahatchie
river below Laje Flirt. It was claimed
by these peopf that the water coming
from Lake Oknchobee overflowed their
lands to such i>n extent that irrepara-
ble damage w. done, and they asked
that the canal, be filled up.
In order to arrive at the truth the
above gentle 'i made the trip, an ac-
count of whlctappeared in The Talla-
hasseean at te time. Following is
their report:- ea
Tallaassee, Feb. 4th, 1902.
Hon, W. S. e innings, Governor and
President ofthe Board of Trustees of
the InternaP Improvement Fund of
the State of elorida, Tallahassee, Fla.
Sir: The coifmnittee appointed by you
to visit and anine the condition of
the canals cutome years ago between
Lake Okeecho're and Lake Hickpochee,
and between Igke Hickpochee and Lake
Flirt, in the then part of DeSoto
county, beg lea.e to report: That they
have visited *aid lakes and find the
canal running southwest from Lake
Okeechobee ivo the northern part of
Lake Hickpoepee is filled with water
running in a 9wift current from Lake
Okeechobee inw Lak6 Hickpochee. The
canal from tg southwestern part of
Lake Okeechoiee into the eastern end
of Lake Hickpc hee is also full of water
flowing in a good current into Lake
Hickpochee. apparently only a low'
grassy marsh separates the two lakes.
On the west %id of Lake Hickpochee
there is a larre canal to the Caloosa-
hatchee river and thence into and
through LaketFlirt, which forms a
part of the Caoosahatchee river, lead-
ing to the Gu1 at Fort Myers. Citizens
of Lee county Cave petitioned the trus-
tees of the Internal Improvement Fund
to close the e st end of the canal open-
ing into the wst end of Lake Hickpo-
i mobat*xe river, al-
I bekng open, makes
overflows of 'e Caloosahatchee more
frequent and 4f longer duration than
before this ctial was opened about
twenty years go. The effect of the
closing of l as asked can only
be ascertained ~y practical experiment,
or by theoret al survey of the water
which accumates in the territory, es-
pecially during the season of heavy rain
fall. The surn e of the land for miles
around Lake *ilckpochee, from which
territory theCioosahatchee river flows.
is very little above the present water
level of the laIl and the canal. To close
the canal wit out a scientific survey
and careful es|mate of its probable ef-
fect might prt~e an unfortunate expe-
riment If it f within the power of the
trustees to cle this canal the cost of
closing would 1^obably be several thou-
sand dollars, aid should the permanent
closing of it i a mistake the cost of
removing the destruction would be con-
siderable. It i claimed that the canal
connecting LIve Hickpochee with the
Caloosahatche river is a part of a rec-
ognized navig le waterway from Kis-
simmee City, i the interior of the State,
to the waters the Gulf of Mexico, and
thus subject to he control of the United
States govern ent. It seems to us the
proper course to pursue is to ascertain
if there is objtion on the part of the
United States government to the closing
of this waterwf, and, if there be no ob-




alias William Mills, indictment for vio-
lation of sections 5475 and 5478, Re-
.A4atha Ufiteiqd St&
Charge, robbing poetoffice.
No discovery in medicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. It's sever-
est tests have been on hopeless victims
of Consumption, Pneumonia, Hemor-
rhage, Pleurisy, and Brochitis, thou-
sands of whom it has restored to per-
fect health. For Coughs, Colds, As-
thma, Croup, Hay Fever, Hoarseness
and Whooping Cough it is the quickest,
surest cure in the world. It is sold by
all druggists, who guarantee satisfac-
tion or refund money. Large bottles
50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free.

Councilman W. F. Quaile will soon
open up in the store room recently va-
cated by Julius Diamond, with a large
stock 6f general merchandise. Mr.
Quaile is a wide-awake business man,
and will get a fair share of trade.

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Peo~nal HappeningS in and Around
. Peck.
SPeek, Leon uonty, Feb. 11.-Mr. R.
Si sitedL Saturday last.
SMiB Ellen-W. Apthorp suspended her
school last week on account of sickness
n lr amily in Tallahame. She has
o yetreturned to resume her duties.
-Mrs. H C. Carmine, son and daugh-
S ".te Mater William and Miss Sadie,
vlsited the little village of Miccosukee
last Saturday.
There will be preaching at the Luten
school house Sunday by the Rev. Mr.
Switch, of Tallahassee.
Mr. L. S. Orump made a business trip
to Lloyd Saturday last.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hanks visited Mr.
Sand Mrs. C. J. English last Saturday.
Mr. E. L. Billingsley finished break
Ing up his new ground potato patch last
'luesday afternoon. He looked as if he
had attended a L. R. banquet.
Mrs. J. P. Baum and little daughters,
Thursday in Black Creek neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Crump visited
relatives near Lloyd last Saturday.
Messrs. George and Willie Baum
r.:tle a business trip to Lloyd Saturday.
Mr. E.. Smith, of Chaires, was a
'rlusant visitor at the home of Mr. J. P.
E.tum last Friday.
Mr. H. E. Carmine visited the Capital
City on Thursday last.
Mr. Homer J. Hanks spent a few
hours in Lloyd last Saturday.
Mr. Earle Waller left for the Capital
City last Friday, where he has a posi-
Mr. Homer J. Hanks made a business
trip to Tallahassee last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Jones and
baby, little Miss Annie Rosa, and their
idece, Miss Ruth Jones, of Black Creek.
'v/ere pleasant visitors at the home of
14irs. J. P. Baum' last Saturday after-
Mr. and Mrs. John Humphress visited
ITallahassee last Saturday.
Messrs. George and Willie Baum
finished breaking their grain land last
Thursday. They are all ready for plant-
ing, and are now preparing their cotton
land. They are enterprising young
Mr. Homer J. Hanks is preparing for
planting oats this week.
Mr. H. EL Carmine was quite sick last
Mrs. H. J. Hanks and Miss Clifford P.
Baum attended divine services at Mic-
,cosukee last Sunday. The presiding
elder, Rev. J. B. Ley, delivered a fine
sermon, as he always does.
Mr. Marvin Collins and Dr. 0. V.
Gardner were pleasant visitors at the
home of Mr. J. P. Baum last Tuesday
evening. They had been to Tallahassee
and were en route to their Miccosukee
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Billingsley visited
the latter's father and mother, Mr. and
3irs. J. S. Flemming, last Saturday.
Mr. John F. Joyner left for Waco,
.as, last Thursday. We hope ue will
S. .: rvow home and will be success-

M.. W. 'r. "' ke', of Plainview, Neb.,
writes: "Mly -'f2 iad lung trouble for
-ovcr fftc'r '-:: T We tried a number
if docto-s :- : s,'-nt over a thousand
nollars vith rt c.ry relief. She was
-Nery law tc.-i : lot all hope, when a
friend suggested trying Foley's Honey
pd 'Tar, h',h I d:d; and thanks be to
ths great .remedy it saved her life.
She is stro: g;r and enjoys better
.nalth than she has ever known in te;n
years. We shall never be without 1it-
ily's Honey and Tar and wou'li ask
those afflicted to try it." Wight & Bro.

Chaires, Feb. 12.-Mr. C. J. English's
little son Abner had a miraculous es-
cape from death last week. The little
fellow drank some laudanum and his
system had been impregnated with the
poison almost three hours before it was
discovered. Had it not been for the
child's strong constitution, together
-with the sk.-lful treatment of Dr.
Stukes he certainly would have died.
Mr. Dan Fisher, of the Leon dairy in
T'ampa, is on a visit to his brother.
Commissioner E. C. Smith is spend-
ing a portion of this week on his farm
live miles from the village.
Mr. Gearge Patterson is preparing to
erect a commodious dwelling on one of
Chaires' main streets.
Mr. Granger and wife returned last
-week from a visit to Jacksonville,
Starke and other points. Mr. Granger
has sold his farm in the country, and
this week moves to the metropolis.
Messrs. Woodherry and Chaires at-
tended the first quarterly meeting for
this circuit at Miccosukie Saturday.
Mr. Ed Sills was here last week with
i fine load of hay for sale.
Miss Julia Footman did not return
home from honticello last week as she
, intended. Miss Julia takes a prominent
part in a play by the local talent of this
lace for t'e ) -ne'fit of the Olustee
mnoi:umcnt fu--d, and she will remain
until after its )-od:iuction.
Mr. J. Ti. PI.tcrson is having new
lire-proof roofing put on his gin house
across the railroad..
Mr. Flavits Christie's friends here
are glad to learn that the report of his
feath is untrue.
Mrs. J. Fleming and Mrs. Luck Cox
haw'e gone on a shopping expedition to
the Capitaf City today. The former will
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purchase furniture etc., for her board-
ing house.
Mr. JolIn Brown is visiting the farm-
ers this ieek witn his hay 'press.
Mr. Jofin Winthrop is expected out
this afternoon to go hunting with some
of dur sportsmen.
Chaired had more traveling men on
her stroj s last week than she has -had
for a long time in one week.
We dobly appreciate some pretty
variegat I! Japonicas sent us last week
by Mrs. .Namie Way, -of Quincy, as flow-
ers are sA scarce now.
By mi'h care and trouble blooming
strawberries and tender vegetables and
flowers vpre saved from the freeze this
A cabin was burned on the outskirts
of the village recently; also an imbecile
colored dian who lived in it. Another
colored ,thild was burned to death near
here last .week.
Mr. J1ginson is here this week re- S. A. L. tank.
The fait that we are going to have a
telegraplh o.ace does not presage any
retrograde movement with us. Mr.
Proveaum, the agent of the S. A. L., has
received ,the necessary things and is
just waiting for the man to come to
establish a first-class office.
Mr. arij Mrs. C. J. English attended
services 4t the Baptist Church last Sun-
day and 'wre the guests of Mrs. W. T.
The diy for the arrival of The Talla-
hasseear- here is awaited with much
interest. Sometimes some of our neigh-
bors do not receive their's promptly,
and we notice them sending out to bor-
row others. This strikes us with the
fact that its pages are perused with
much interest.

Worse- than an alarm of fire at night
is the grassy cough of croup, which
sounds tike the children's death knell
and it means death unless something
is done quickly. Foley's Honey and
'far -nevr fails to give instant relief
.-nd quickly cures the worst forms of
.*roup. -". P. L. Cordier, of Manning-
ton, Ky;, .-rites: "My three-year-old
'irl hbst. 2 severe case of croup; the
doctor :id she could not live. I got a
bottle o_ Foley's Honey and Tar, th first do&" gave quick relief and saved
her life." Refuse substitutes. Wight &

Arran: Feb. 12.-Mrs. Posey, gener-
ally knqwn as "Aunt Sallie," passed
her 94th birthday last Saturday. Al-
though partially blind and deaf, she is
cheerful* and says she is just waiting
to be gathered into the garner of her
Lord. <
Mr. A. P. Lee visited Ashmore Sun-
Missest.Clara Farmer and Kate Bunker
attended church at Crawfordville Sun-
day. .
Mrs. Qeddie of Ochlocknee, was called
to the libdside of her grandchild, infant
of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Richardson, on
Tuesday; We are glad to learn the babe
is recow.ring. Dr. Ausley was called
from ToIlahassee, and while here pre-
scribed for Miss Kate Bunker,- who has
been ill*since Monday.
Mr. Tom Lee'visited town Saturday.
Mr. Sql Barco, who has been at Craw-
fordvilte for tae past few weeks, passed
through yesterday on his way to his
home in: Jacksonville.
Mr. Ggorge Taff was sick several days
last week.
Mr. John S. Edwards, of Black Jack,
visited Arran Friday.
The material for the Lost Creek
bridge is expected daily. This one will
be of irtn, and is something that has
been needed for some time.
Arbor' Day was observed by the
school Friday, and although few in
number, they planted some nice trees.
Mr. ML O. Ready visited friends and
relatives in Carrabelle Saturday.
Mr. Gwaltney has in quite a nice lot
of notions. We think this is a wise in-
vestmenrt, for all the Arran folks like
to trade with him, when he keeps the
goods wanted.
We fepr this changeable weather will
be the cause of more pneumonia.
Mr. IcCabe, of Canada, is down look-
ing after his property in Wakulla.
Mrs. I. A. Walker visited Tallahas-
see last week.


lamosia, Feb. 13.-Henry Floyd at-
tempted to cut the throat of a woman
named Ullen, but she managed to take
his knife from him. Ellen had him ar-
raigned before E. B. Manning, justice
of the peace, and he was fined ten dol-
lars. oth were colored.
We hbd the pleasure of attending the
quarterly conference of the Metealfe
circuit at Metcalfe last Saturday and
Sunday: Dr. J. 0. Branch, our presiding
elder, i*esided over the conference and
preached two splendid sermons, the one

an Industrious, honest man and is pros-
The members of Spring Hill Church,
near Sunny Hill, have put a new roof
on their church building recently.
Mrs. Elizabeth Gunn and her son, Mr.
James Gunn, have moved to Thomas-
Miss Ellen Williams is teaching a
very flourishing school at Susina, Ga.,
and giving full satisfaction, as we are
Mr. W. J. Wilson, our enterprising
merchant, brought in several loads of
new goods last week. He will sell them
cheap, too, for the money.

Woodville, Feb. 10.-The Merritt
brothers, of Waukeenah have purchas-
ed a lot in Woodville from Mr. J. L.
Robinson, and will soon erect a resi-
Rev. Mr. Bush, of New York, spent
two nights in our village this week.
Hlie preached both nights for us.
Rev. S. C. Revell occupied the pulpit
saturday and Sunday at the Bapust
Mr. G. W. Rhodes has purchaseJ an
engine and sawmill and is putting it
down and will be cutting lumber soon.
Mrs. Clara Anderson closed the
Woodville school last Friday.
Mr. Scales, agent for the National
Computing Scale Company, of Cleve-
land, Ohio, was in Woodville this week.
Mr. F. M. Bunker, of Arran, was here
one day this week.
Mr. Holmes, of the Standard Snuff
Company, of Nashville, Tenn., was here
this week showing our merchants his
samples of goods.
Mr. Ogleton Raker, of Crawfordville,
was among the visitors to Woodville
There was quite a crowd of people
from the surrounding country at Wood
ville Saturday. Trade was more lively
than for some time past, especially the
egg trade.
Mrs. Nesmith and baby, of Pinhook,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Page at
Woodville this week.
Rev. James Holland, of Tallahassee,
was at Woodville Tuesday on business.



Johnson's Tonic does in a day what
slow Quinine cannot do in ten days. Its
splendid cures are in striking contrast
with the feeble sures made by Quinine.
If you are utterly wretched, take a
thorough course of Johnson's Tonic
and drive out every trace of Malarial
poisoning. The wise insure their lives
and the wiser insure their health by
using Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic.
It costs 50 cents if it cures; not one
cent if it does not.

State Sulperintendent Sheats, who is
also president of the Southern Educa-
tional Association, is sending out the
following circular letter:
Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 8, 1902.
Dear Sir: The executive committee
has selected the place and time for the
next meeting of the Southern Educa-
tional Association at Chattanooga,
Tenn., July 1-4, 1902. It is the aim of
the officers to put forth every effort to
make this the largest meeting held
within the history of the Association.
To this end your hearty co-operation
and earnest efforts are sincerely re-
You will observe that the Association
will close in ample time for those who
may desire to attend to reach the Na-
tional Educational Association at Min-
The different passenger associations
are being asked for most liberal rates
both for those who desire to continue
on to the National Association, and for
those who may wish to spend a few
weeks in the mountains of Tennessee,
or to attend a Teachers' Summer School
in that section.
Will you please nominate two persons
immediately, one for State director and
one for State manager of your State?
I desire your most active and influential
educators for both positions. The duties
of the first will be to assist in making
program, to distribute advertising mat-
ter, and to assist to the extent of his
ability and opportunity in making the
meeting a success. For the second posi-
tion, an energetic and gifted person in
soliciting attendance, managing excur-
sions, etc., is desired. These appoint-
ments must be made at once.
Will you also name some subject that
you desire discussed before the general



Mother's Friend.

Woman' greatest dream cf beauty and
glory ti when nature has- cl-o-cn i:er to
Become a mother. Every faculty is keenly
lert aid her nature as she fore-
eethe joy, the ambition, the r.:cc and
the life-onr satisiact-on c.,r'n.,. ,or.:in. "

Women as Well as Men

Are Made Miserable by

Kidney Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
r and cheerfulness soon
' f" disappear when the kid-
neys are out of order
Ht, l '^.or diseased.
Kidney trouble has
become so preyalent
thatit is not uncommon
l_ y for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid-
zL-- neys. If the child urin-
L- ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the chid
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Woinen as well as men are made mis-
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sole
by druggists, in fifty-
cent and one dollar.,i:'
sizes. You may have A- -' _-r;
sample bottle by mail!
free, also pamphlet tell- Homo of swawpoot.
ing all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Ki!mer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.

session of the association, and also give
me the address of one or more of your
ablest educators and state the subject
each can handle with most telling ef-
fect It is our purpose to advertise this
meeting extensively.
Very respectfully,
Prest. Southern Ed'l Association.

Are you reading "Ten Nights in a
Bar Room ?" It is an intensely interest-
ing story, and should be read by all.
Five dollars will be presented to the
boy or girl writing the best short sketch
about the characters in the story.

"I have taken a great many different
medicines for stomach trouble and con-
stipation," says Mrs. S. Geiger, of Dun-
kerton, Iowa, "but never had as- good
results from any as from Chamber-
lain's Stomach & Liver Tablets." For
sale by Wight & Bro.

Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Hostetter, of Pitts-
burg, Pa., were in Tallahassee Tuesday,
guests of the Leon. Mr. Thos. Patter-
son, of Pittsburg, was also in the city.

There is no more agonizing trouble
than piles. The constant itching an-d
burning make life intolerable. No po-
sition is comfortable. The tortire- is
uncepsiug,. Dewitt's Witc i r azel
Salve cur. rile:; at once. ],r a'in dis-
:;-.:;. C 's, I) rns, bri s; :;,1 kids
,w;O. R d. i i3 Pr.c~: (. d. J.S.
ck.{jli. St. Paul, Ark., s:ay: "iurom
'-" I s'-llered with tl:h. pr.)tr:idi,.g
;i.d bleeding piles and could find noth-
ing to help me until I used Diritt's
Witch Hazel Salve. A few bo::es com-
pletely cured me." Beware of counter-

Stop the Cough
and work off the Cold
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one day. No cure No Pay rire 2- cents.

Money refunded if it ever faiLs.


Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and

Permanent Cure in all Cases.

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There is nothing like Asthmalcue. It brinp ,.
stalat reile. even in the worst css It cures,
all else fa is.
The Rev C. F WELLS, orf Vill;' Ridge m
says: 'Your trial bottle of A.stihmalci,. recivej.
gojd condition. I canuot teli you how t.hankii,-
icel for the good derived fnin it. 1 w;L a siama
Lhaiu.d with putrid sore'thro.ut ;Ial A.t .1s ,'2
years I despaired .o ever bein carried I saw, ro
advertiwinciat for the cure *I fth l 'Ir,.. lUm a
tormeniting di-ea-e, .sthma, amil1 tli,,r.:,ii Youla
over-pokei yourselves, but re-or\t: trial To my a-tonishment, the t:ial acte, like
harm. send me a full size iotth. '

Rev. Dr. Morris Wechsler.
IRabbi oxthe Comng. n ia*i -r.

cii I lemfleiim Thor A'-thnlen.~i, i'.:!,i x(.C~jeat
ivn~yor -thmea ana lha a- vvir, .211 I~t-4''mp0.
Almoa l l -l-att-v ,Ahl t~oubla'- ; 'hi -I1a ,1:1 1l i tb~
~.Le~rhfaviuag it e.ireft[u ilyaklkk ..' w
01-tt i-aliumlten~e 4'oiitumi, 110Sii'i aarJi
(ch.oI'oforuI or eth -r. Very traily or
'1Rev. Dr. MOR116 XECHlsR

D1 1FT!-A :Avox SPR1NGs, N. Y., Fe!,. 1 tj
GAit;III I-. I % na' h.t1a it.!tjnaonial from a sen-e of duty, having tc"e'1 t~tile ,ll'raIe1
'7 l I~I I :ik~avt v. itir ILe cUreoW Asthma -My wife lix, he-iiafflicted "'11th i -I i ~ic:hma
!,)r tia,. ,!;,, -.'ai 1aN mv )I; t illte ny o'% U kill, a, uecII &-; maiiy ot~tiwv .. I (h~l~ tf) ""
Il 1 1; SLI oIi (l i UNpiNIir% pow.on I:(itia st rect. New York, I at on1ce ohLti~itil aIit(ttle (iuAEtU' Ah-
N) ev ~. c, j1flDe, 41t.Al~ lprit a~lol1 tic I~rt of November. Ifvry '4xfIy 1 0 ic arma.djW
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a] -N 1, ar 1 eli'iatI i (n-;I ou!-iq utly rewmieid the medicine to alt whi, r ilca
IIIh tui tie -ugdi, --e
Yours respectfully, 0. D). PHELPS, M. D.

IDR, a AlT Ht .MR h lNb! EO.:Feb- -. 5. jul.
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*:oi g b 'e ,s- v arx .I~ his ie'timtimmy you can nak-e such use of as you see lit.
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Supremni Court of Florida. January
Trrm, A. D. 1901.
'W i;:ynes. plaintiff in error, vs.
T. V'. irm-nl'tl, defendant in error-
P s' i io 'i)inty.
Per cui'ialn:
Apl),ll:to practice-Purgingrecord of
I impr'p,'ly 'vxihibited matter.
M;i T record that are necessary to be, but
that ar'- no t evidenced by a bill of ex-
ceptions. ;,nd that are not parts of the
record proper, will. on motion, be
strick'-n from such transcript.
Motion to strike granted.
Thos. E. Hugg, for plaintiff in error;
Hunigh C. Macfarlane. Thomas M. Shack-
leford and James F. Glen, for defendant
in error.
(Mr. .liiustive Mahry. being disquali-
fied, took no part in this decision.)

The Merrill-Stevens Engineering Com-
pany, a corporation, plaintiff in error,
vs. The Brevard County State Bank, a
corporation, defendant in error-Du-
S val county.
Per c(uriam:
Appellate practice-Consideration of
case on abstract of record.
Where a cause is submitted to the ap-
pellate court upon abstract of the rec-
ord as prescribed by the rules of prac-
tice for the government of such court,
and no exceptions to such abstracts-are
interposed, they are thereby admitted
to be true and correct; and under the
rules, the appellate court is required,
in such a case, to consider and dispose
of the cause upon such abstracts alone
without reference to .the transcript of
the record; and if no error is made to
appear by such abstracts the judgment
of the court below will be affirmed.
Judgment affirmed.
Adams L'Engle, for plaintiff in er-
ror; W. H. Baker, for defendant in er-

Prominent Physicians Say

NewnaneD. Wainwright as administra-
tor of he etate of David L. Alvarez,
deceased, Joseph G. Alvarez and Wil-
liam I.: Rivers, appellants, vs. Thom-
as V. -Porter et al., appellees-Brad-
ford cAunty.
Per curifim:
AppellAte practice-Consideration of
case on abstract of record.
Wheru a cause is submitted to the ap-
pellate turt upon abstracts of the rec.
ord as Drdscribed by the rules of prac-
tice for the government of such court,
and no exceptions to such abstracts are
interpostd, they are thereby admitted
to be trte and correct; and, under the
rules, th, appellate court is required, in
such a cse, tp consider and dispose o'
the caut upon such abstracts alon-
without reference to the transcript o,:
the record; and if no error is made to
appear by such abstracts, the decree ef
the court below will be affirmed.I.
Decreti affirmed.
Thos. F1. Bugg and J. T. Wills, for ap-

Aaron 15anmark, plaintiff in error, vs.
The State.of Florida, defendant in er-
ror-DI)val county.
Taylor, C. J.:
Criminal law-Grand juror as trial
juror-Waiving challenge-Section 2851
Revised Statutes construed-Sealing
1. The in ibition placed -by section
2851 Revised Statutes upon the serving_
of a grapid juror as a member of the
fmil jur" to try an indictment found by
him as 4ich grand jurpr is clearly and
expressly, made conditional upon a
challeng. being interposed by the de-
fendant for that cause. The effect of
the statute is not absolutely to dis-
qualify a grand juror from serving on a
trial jury to try indictments found by
such grand juror, but makes it only a
ground uf. challenge for cause, which
challenge the defendant nmay waive or
not as lie' sees proper. By accepting
the jiu-or without exercising this right
of challenge given him by the statute
the defendant waives such right, and it
is too) late after verdict to claim the
benefit of it. It is the right ind duty of
defendlapits in criminal tria.s tU :s-
cover on the oir dire examination of
talesmen offered as trial jurors dis-
qualifications in, and grounds of chal-
le, ge for cause to,. such talesmen, anJ
it they fail so to do, they cannot, after
verdict, avail themselves of their ig-
norance of the existence of such
grounds- of challenge.
2. Since the adoption of our Revised
Statutes in 1892, the formality of 'al-
iini charges by the trial judge is no
longer required.
Judgment affirmed.
Chas. B. Peeler, for plaintiff in error;
William- B. Lamar, Attorney-General,
for the State.

W. J. Farrell, plaintiff in error, vs. An-
tonio Solary, defendant in error-Du-
val county.
Taylor, p. J.:
New ttial-When order granting will
be reversed by appellate court under
section 1267 Revised Statutes.
A tria court should not grant a new
trial on-the ground that the verdict is
not supported by the evidence where
there is material conflict in the evi-
dence, ftnless the weight of the testi-
mony st olearly preponderates against
the verdict found as to require its an-
nulment in order to meet the demands
of just e. But trial courts, of rieces-
sity, ar vested with a discretion in
grantin or withholding new trials.
And w ere they grant one on the
ground hat the evidence does not sus-
tain the verdict in a case in which the
evidence is conflicting upon a material
issue, a d appellate court, acting under
the stat te (section 1267, Revised Stat-
utes) a thorizing writs of error from
orders ranting new trials, will not re-
verse s uh order unless it is affirmative-
ly and clearly made to appear, from a
clear and palpable preponderance of
evidence in support of the verdict over-
turned, that the trial judge has abused
the discretion with which he is vested
in such cases, or that some settled prin-

Asthma Cannot
t'onal Treatmen1

'this dread disease which has caused
more untold agonies than words can
describe, has at last received its death
blow. Medical Science in recent years
has found a remedy that successfully
cmbats all the aggravated symtpoms
due to this distressing affliction. After
many years of patient study andT re-
learch, Dr. A. B. Clark. the well known
Specialist, has discovered a positive
remedy that cures the cough, gives
Immediate relief and eradicates every
vestige of the disease. T"he results ob-
tainde by the use of the remedy have
been so gratifying to Dr. Clark that n,
has been induced in the interests of
slffering humanity to place this won-
terful remedy within the reach of all
astimatics. So confident is the doctor

( Gured Except by


that hi Asthma Remedy will effect a
cure in all stages-a confidence born
of ex nce, observation 'and the re
suits of rears of demonstration in cases
regrade as incurable, that the Clark
Medical Co., of Pittsburg, Pa., who will
forward by mail a complete treatment,
postageipaid, in plain package on re-
ceipt of one dollar, agree to refun-1 the
amour* in every case where the rem-
edy t i to give the desired relief.
Medical advice, and where necessary. a
special course at treatment indicated,
furnished any of our read -s who
will write the Clark Medical Co Pitts-
burg, Pa., giving their symptoms and
a short history of the disease. As this
service is free no one offlicted with
Asthma canm afford to ignore such a
generous offer.

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W. G. ROBINSON, Register the 1,4th day of February A. 19!)2. he- 1
,er^ tween the hours of 9:00 o'clock in the morn- sone it3iW cheap. I :have the cl.eanst line of Sal e
-Till Feb. 24.] l n i:x olock tto and tney Fam'ily Goveries in the city.
w ) purpose nlmve which election t* iR
S, the qualification of the voters and "the bal-
.. 1 lots to be used shall be as provided above.
llnll. r VIB? t In testimony whereof, I have hereto set for Fruits
uUamy hand and caused the seal of the City to
11.. "IU I e hereto affixed this the 31st day of Jan- I. ,
nary. A. D. 1902.
SAtt.est: A. .I B. RAN, Mayor. I liave oranges, -rapes, lemons, bananas, apples, and
S"t | Clerk of the City Council. everV thin,, good that grows, and carry a complete
SNOTICE OF ELECTION libe of alilled goods, cigars, snuff, tobacco and can-
Notice Is hereby given that an election dies. rThe pricess are low down, that's the beauty ot
S w ill be held at the ('City Hall in the city of it. Come and see what you want and what I have.
'V Tallahassee on Tuesday, the 18th day of
C :fAK // "f ii \ ~cere, to serve for one year: a 1 r
A Mayor. Free delivery to all
!1., / Clerk and Treasurer. parts of city. W *
Tax Collector. ie E.I C V,
-.Tax Assessor.Ir
Also four Aldermen to serve for two
R. IB. GOR1MAN. Mayor. --... ..
\ /I / Ta-llahassee, Fla., Jan. 31, 190J2. U 1 "
All creditors, legatees, distributes, and
till persons having any claim or demand JLn S sJLJL w *L "
/ against the estate of Annie S. Hartt, de- /
ceased, late of Leon county, Florida, are
called upon to present them duly authenti- T Th ii In Foid
cated to the undersigned administrator of The great Through Car Line from Florida.
her estate within one year (her estate not --.. .. ..
Ready on Short Notice. exceeding $2,000) from January 17th. 19)2, CONNECTIONS.
the date of the first publication of this no- To The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston, Richmond and Washingtou.
twice; otherwise this notice will be pleaded thae ast
We fill orders promptly. Have a In bar of the same. via all rail The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and Washington.
complete equipment t Patrons cex- W D. HART', Admr To the 1 The .1uthern Railway via Jesi up. Atlanta. Chattanooga.
rience no delay in getting the Tallahassee. Fla., JaLn. 17, t1902. 8 The Louisville & Nxshiille via Montgomery. ,
penence no eay in getting te nnt The Central of Georgia Ry. via Albany. .
kind of outfit desired. Our .- TATEZENT. K I The Southern Ry. via Savannah, Columbia and Asheville.
-- UU J The Mobile & Ohio R. i. via Montgomery.
*ade Under Seeo 35, Chapter 4115, EL 8 I D Via Savannah and Gcean Steamship Company, for New York, Philadedplhi:
of Frarids.(1893.) To the d and Boston. -- W .'
L IVery e rvice howngthe....ount.otaxec.ha..d.. Vi. Savannah and Merchants & Mliners Transportation Company for Bal-
Se o uny. r ,. i eamsh t Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Co.
V_ nniu .llentad fr tha e .n unt vmp iQW-af nd 0the I TO !e'y WeSt and ftvaaa--Via Penins.ular and OccidentalSteamEhip Co..

The Oldest and BestLc n m t -
1. An allegation in an indictment for
S. S. S. is a combination of roots forgery to the effect that the defendant:
and herbs of great curative powers, did falsely make, forge and counter-
and when taken into the circulation feit a certain false, forged and searches out and removes all manner /fed writing," &c., should not, on motion
.of poisons from the blood, without to quash, be construed to mean that the 1 -iI
Sof s p sons fom a t the defendant falsely made and forged an
the least shock or harm to the system. already existent document that was it-
On the conary, the general lrealth d self a false and forged Instrument, but

for S. S. S. is not only a blood purifier, strucoton as meaning that the defend-
but an excellent tonic, and strength- ant did falsely make and forge the in-
ens and builds up the constitution strument as his own original creation,
while purging the Llood of impuri- and that when so made by him it was a
ties. S. S. S. cures all diseases of a false, forged and counterfeit writing.V
blood poison origin, Cancer, Scrofula, The form of the allegation quoted is
Rhe umatism, Chronic Sores and open to the criticism of being tautalo-
Ulcers, Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt gous, but does not for that reason viti- YOURE BETTER LOOKING
Rheum, Herpes and similar trouble ate the indictment. than tha other woman, but you don't
A_ 2. A mere .ruytuair fulinen, on its face '#ur 'r, strutheeK t.- ,ft'-iscoroently enuu h
and is an infallible cure and the only A mere bvdaluel fes en on its face | r \ -I i. crrnl necn des.
antidote for that most horrible disease, rly valueless and of no binding ing,.athe Lste correct dreing
antidote for that most horrible dissose, force or efficacy for any purpose of M | ,-. /, \ \ isi)roperc rs "- crrhe
Contagious Blood Poison. harm liability or injury to any one, STRAIGHT FRONT
A record of nearly fifty years of cannot be the subject of forgery. In I f.. i I
successful cures is a record to be proud order to be the subject of forgery tne | 1\ l yaV! W3orce e r
of. S. S. S. is more popular today instrument forged must be upon its A D ] *-
than ever. It numbers its friends by face, were it genuine, of some apparent -
the thousands. Our medical corres- legal efficacy for injury to another, or -
pondence is larger than ever in the as Mr. Wharton expresses it: "Should
history of the medicine. Many rite be one which would expose to legal a -t ih ma ,andthear as
to thank us for the greit good S. S. S. process." cheap a, the 1miner kinds. It vt.u cai>'t
has done then, while others are seek- 3. Though the instrument forged pur- get then at the store, ask your dealer to
ing advice about their cases. All ports upon its face to grant an estate in order -. em for you.
letters receive prompt and careful land for a term of more than two years,
a nation. Our sicians e ut s invalid and ineffectual as a lease RO AL WORCESTER-CORSET CO.
attention. Our ps l sicians have made for such term because it is witnessed RO -AL CO RSET Co.
alife-lon-studvofB loodandSkinDis- y only one witness when the statute WORCESTER, MASS.
eases, and betterunderstandsuchcases requires two to give it effectiveness as
than the ordinary practitioner who such. yet if the instrument, were it
makes a specialty of no one disease, genuine, could be specifically enforced
onden is0 lar'We are doing r reat in r.qity as a contract for a lease, or if
L good to su feri in it was effective as a license to make en-
o tn humanity throuo try upon the land described therein, so
m a c out r consueltillng e as to s field parties entering under it
prt nt, a from the charge of trespass, it is not
ou t.souaen1 ,1_ an absolute nullity, but is effective for v l WiC q
youtn trote. sWie kenoou 1. J injury to another, and is. therefore, the F r $0o r N F | *
whatever for this service. 4 Section1354 Revised Statutes, au- FUE v v" ab Quars
THE SWIFT SPECiC CO. ATUNTA, CA. theorizing Circuit Judges to appoint a 0 OF THE E ..FBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD
prosecuting attorney from among the
le of law has been violated. Simply members of the bar, whenever the offi- I
because n appellate court, from the (ial tate A orney is absent from any
showing made in the record before it, regular of special term of court, &c. .
might not have granted the new trial requiring such appointee to e We ship in lain Package, nomarks to indicate contents, which will
had it acted in the first instance in sworn faithfully to discharge the duties avoid all comment. When you get it and test it, if it is not satisfactory, return
lace of the trial judge, or because it of State Attorney, does not conflict with it at our expense and your $3.20 will be cheerfully refunded. This whiskey i
placesection 27 of Article 3 of the constitu- as goxd as any $5.X.goods in tho market. We are close at hand and can give
would not under the same circum- you quicker delivery than distant houses. We have been doing Husiness it
Stances have disturbed a ruling deny- 1 wc requires that th this city and t the same stand for 20 years, and as to our repoibillt
ing such new trial, furnishes no reason Legislature shall provide for the elec- and reputation for honest dealing we refer you to any bank or merchant hero
of itself to an appellate court for re- tonby te People or appointment by ortotheedtrofth aper
versing an order of a trial judge grant- the Governor of all State and county SOLOMON & LEVI,
ing a new trial. S(Continued from 3d page.) 1928-193b First Ave., P. 0. Box 33, Birmingham, Ala.
Judgment affirmed. t'i NI OTIVCEWepay expreftcharem to allpoint reached by the Southern Expr
T. M. Day, Jr for plaintiff in error OLAMAI Company," buttopoints on lip f other expre comptuies we prepay only to points
-T. Al Da .,fo pl i ------r wheru.Sutherrti.Expres A. WV. Cockrell & Son, for defendant in Miini error. la i ity of ; ss. S ateof Flor-
ida. for P'urchase of L;nd for Cemetery
Edgar H. King, plaintiff in error, Va. W an .rdinanc .seld ,by the
The State of Florida, defendant in city Coeuncil of Tal;ilahassee. Florida. Jan-
error-Gadsden county. sury th. A. A and approved by the
Criminal law- Forgery- Indictment ord; iai l Is follows:e ARt t
-Acting State attorney-Privately re- Section 1. That a special election of the
tainted prosecutor may act-Capacity registered voters of the City of T'Iallahas'see, ARE ANY
f.r.arme "ohpapser fogdApel la ate resi( lint in such a and owning real es- -j 7 a
for harm of paper forged-Appella te therein. and who shal hve paid their
taxes for the year last due thereon, such 1 r e
being the qualifications prescribed by See- OU HD'/L
Notice To Physicia n. tion seven hundred and eleven (711) of the A K ''
Revised Statutes of Florida for voters upon / l4'
TIIE UNI DESIGN .D BOARID OF M.EDICL the question of the borrowing of money or h f A r /
Examiners in and for the 2d Judicial Dis- contracting loans by a C'ity, shall be held on t *'
trict o theStte of Florida will co:nvee lI the the third Tuesday in February next for the EF I -i. O O
vcit of I'allahasseee, the Capital on the third purpose of authorizing and approving tie A
Tuesday in March. IMrJ, being the 18th borrowing by the City Council of said City. ALL CASES OF
d exinats itind granting certificates to prac lrs for the purpose of purchasing land to DEAFN ESS O R HARD HEARIN
lice medicine in the State of Florida. according be used as a public cemetery for the burial DEAFN ESWS Oe R HA RDi. HA tI NC o
to" n act to Regulate the Practice of Medicine of the dead and to improve such cemetery. n i i*int
in the State of Florida," etc. The meeting will and to pledge the funds, credit and prop- ARE NOW C UR ABLE
be held at Dr. Gearge H. Gwynn's oflV@3 at 10 erty of the City of Tallahassee for the re-
o clock a. m. share demtption of such loan; a majority of such by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable. *
All those practicing in the State of Florida voters actually voting being necessary to l l
without license will please take due notice give such authority and approval. The sum fAD uiE ..A.S IMUM.IATELY *
thereof ind lgo ern-tliem lives accordingly, to be brs a borrowed is to rowed for not ex- OIE CEAV TIMDI L
3y ordar of the President, ceeding live years, and at a rate of interest F A. O RATI- SAYS
(imi H. (;wYNN, M. I-., PresidentL norit to exceed six per cent. per annum, play- i. A BAR OE AY ,
F. S LtIAt M PSecretary Section 1. That the Mavor is hereby di etlemen :-Being entirelycured of deafne, thanks to your treatment I will now ve you'
January t. 1902-4i reacted. to gve due notice of the special ele a full history of my case, to be used at your discretion.
n.p.vided for.ect.this ori- ~Ab ftv yearagtomyright ear began to sing, and this kept on getting worse, ut- I i -t
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. nmnce by pubeation in a newspaper pub- i underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, without anvsuccess, consulted a nm-
lished in the City of allahassee once each ber of physicians. among others, the mo-t eminent ear specialist of this city. who told n- th n
Department of the Interior, Land week for at least two weeks preceding th e only an operation could help me, and even that only tenmorarilv, that the head noi.two .: '
Office at Gainesville. Fla., Jan. 13, 1902 time of such election, and also to have post- then cease, but the hearing in the affected ear would le lost orever.
TNotic i her t t f ers stuck up in at least four conspicuous I then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New York paper, and ordered y our tr-t I
pla........ he.....eilces in said city. ment. After I had used it onlya few (aysacordi g toour directions. thenisecad. ta
lowing-named settler has filed notice Section 3. That the said election shnll be to-day. after five weeks. my hearing in the diseased ear has been entirely xe-torcd. I thank v... \
of his intention to make final proof in held in the manner required by lamw and the heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours.
suirt o a tat rdinances of this City. and the ballots to 4F. A. WERMAN, 730S. Broadway, Baltimore, MId.
proof will be made before Wm. C rrchase and improvement of Publit. Our treatmentI does not interfere with your usual ruv atioinm.
Hodges, U. Sa. Commissioner, at Talla- Cierpete o au.ofizaprov ig Ioulie .cfon d. YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME .""a". '..
George McGilbert of Tallahassee, F la., An elector w fishing to vote in favor of INTERNATIONAL AURAL CUMIC, 596 LA SALLE AVL, CHICAGO, ILL
Hd. 2f6639i for the N. W o. Sec 18 Tpn suci loan will make on his Fiallot with o a pen -----
Se Ram2iE.nHetnamesnthe f and ink or pencil a cross mark (Xc between tl
Sm.R.!2E.iHe n atm estt he o f olloria.eowhing te word pi'emetery" an fo the word "Y -
witnesses to prove his continuous resi- and any elector wishing to vote against such r
dence upon and cultivation of said >e no wyil1h mn lrk on his mialkot with a pen and
ntheu te uon ria," tc.lTheva eetiong ofsai nd or pencil a cross mark (X a between thepro-, L
land, viz: P. D. Lewis, of Woodville, word "Cemetery" and the word "No". | a you wan Fr.s- G rc res R
Fla.; W. F. Page, of Woodville, Fla. Niw. therefore. I. I olert K. y t Fe G oei 1
oHillo m. shar e, demptndvillo T<"ln n i 'i vor of the said CIty. do oirfIaim and glve O .
Hill Lowry, of Woodville, Fha.; Wtella ,it Hamlin, of Woodville, Fla. at the city aull in said City on Tuesday. H Thlllt's ist what I have, ;iinl the' :r' |llrtr, wiile i 1

Asthma Cannot -e Cured.








Land ot s

k .m. l..

OH GC. T8IOu, Bd. Uee Propr.j

Is-t rumored that Senator Broone,
ft Quincy, will soon lead to the altar a

popular young widow of that town.
IT Is all right to talk about public
Improvements. Talk is cheap, however,
and does not always accomplish its ob-
ject. 'Action is what counts-harmon-
ions, united action.

AND now it is given out from Wash-
ington that Prince Henry will defer his
visit to the United States unless there
is soon a change for the better in young
.oosevelt's condition.

THE British succeeded in getting )e-
'wet in a trap, but like the Irishman's
flea, he was not there when they went
to put their hands on him.

SAMPSON has been trying up
a reputation as a naval hero. He has
found out by this time that reputation
is a bubble hard to blow out, but easy
to burst His fame as the hero of San-
tiago is a bursted bubble.

State Chemist R. E. Rose is perform-
ing valuable service to the farmers and
truck growers of the State by detecting
and seizing fraudulent fertilizers which
unscrupulous dealers are attempting to
foist upon the people. Prompt punish-
ment should be visited upon the swind-
lers.-St. rugustine Record.

THE visit of Prince Henry will give
some of the codfish-aristocrats an op-
portunity to worship at the shrine of
nobility, and we may expect an in-
creasem in the number of title-hunters.
Those spoiled darlings of society care
little for the man, just so he wears a

Tm' Homeseekers' Number of the
San Mateo Item is before us. It con-
tains forty-eight pages and a. cover, all
well printed and handsomely illus-
r treated. The Item is a gem in every re-
spect and reflects great credit on thx
editors and all connected with the

THEE ts nothing so bad but what
something good may come of it, is ai
old but very trite saying. Witness the
fight for the location of the State capi
tal. It has united the people of Talla
hassee and opened their eyes to the
necessity of concerted action in build
ing up the town.

A CERTAIN young man who had sown
a promiscuous crop of "wild oats" wa
heard to remark that he intended to ge
married and settle down. Better re
verse the order of things--"settle dowi
and get mrred." Unless he settle
down he will find it a very difficult mat
ter to settle up after marriage.

SOME time since the indications wer
that the Powers contemplated taking
Turkey dinner soon. The Terrible Turb
showed "his fine Italian hand," how
ever, and the dinner was indefinitely
postponed. For ways that are dar
and tricks that are vain" the Turk i
only one degree behind the heathe
Chinee, and the Powers will have t
wake up early to catch him roostin
within easy reach.

ADMIRAL SAMPSON has been retire
from the navy. In notifying him of hi
retirement, Secretary Long quotes froi
a letter alleged to have been written b
President McKinley, in which the lat
President congratulates Sampson fc
his unselfishness in urging that other
naval officersbe properly rewarded
This places the Admiral in a new ligh
which, unfortunately, the facts in th
Schley case will not bear out.

Hon. C. B. Parkhill, of Pensacola, aI
nounes his retirement from the Con
gressional race. Mr. Parkhill is one (
Florida's ablest and most brilliant law
years, and he was making a strong flgl
for the position. His decision is some
what of a surprise to the people of th
district, many of whom considered him
a formidable opponent to Hon. W. ]
Lamar. This leaves the field open I
Mr. Lamar and Hon. John 8. Bear
with chances strongly in favor of th

The Tallahaseean is pleased at t
unanimity with which the dtate pre
endorses the appulntment of Cli
Crawford to succeed his lammuti
father is Secretary of State. The aS


wuope wald have Jmped onto the try can stand, and the less apt are they A
Ualtd Stats at the outbreak of the to go daft upon them.
war (t Spal. BuRnsma, France and k SPANISI c
Germany give the lie direct to the as- HEADNOTES.
wertloa by stating mphatically that --
England n-4e proposals for interven- Supreme Court of Florida, January
tioL. Term, A. D. 1901.

TO PROTECT THE PRESIDENT. Josiah Ferris, appellant, vs. Orla J. ,
Spafford, appellee Hillsborough -
The assassination of President Mce- county. '
Kinley has resulted in the introduction Perc uriam:
in Congress of a number of bills look- Per curiam:
ing to the protection of the President, ord must contain assignments of
and there now seems to be. a desire Where a cause is submitted upon ab- .
among our national law-mnkers to stracts of the record without any ex-
place more safeguards around our chief ceptions thereto, the appellate court
executive. Some of these statesmen will consider the same under its rules
executive. Some of these statesmen ti upon such abstracts alone without reft-
their zeal assert that there has been too erence to the transcript of record, and
much Jeffersonian simplicity connected where such abstracts do not contain
with the office, therefore they would any assignment of errors the cause w /
make access to the President more diffl- bedism issued.
Appeal dismissed.
cult. They would surround him with a G. A. Hanson, for appellant; Gunby
lot of red tape regulations which must & Gibons, for appellee. I
be complied with before any but the -- I i
favored few can see him. They would re.Advsory option to the Gov- I
end his democratic hand-shaking with Per curiam:
the people who elevated him to office, Constitutional law Appropriations
and so arrange hig appearance before -of public money must be made by law-
the public that a repetition of the Bu- An enacting clause is a prescribed requi-
falo tragedy would be impossible. An appropriation of public monky can
This looks all right in theory. And not be constitutionally made by a joint \
yet, while the people would do any- resolution adopted by both houses of
thing to protect the life of the Presi- the Legislature that lacks the constit$-
tionally prescribed requisite to make it
dent, they don't want to be looked upon a late of an enacting clause.
with suspicion. Such rigid safe-guards -
would be a direct accusation that the Mary H. Gale, plaintiff in error, vs. J.
American people are all murderers, and B. Anderson as cashier of The Ex-
change National Bank, a corporation,
I cannot be trusted. The ruler who really defendant in error-Hillsborough
rules, trusts the people. He is not county.
afraid to associate with them and meet Per curiam:
them on terms of equality. He is one Appellate practice-Abstracts of rec-
them tes of e ity. ord must contain assignments of error.
of the people elevated by the suffrage of Where a cause is submitted upon ab- '
the people to the highest position with- stracts of the record without any ex-
in their gift. Why shouldn't he trust ceptions thereto, the appellate court
th ? He ds, n -m. .is this will consider the same under its rules
them? He does, and seldom is this upon such abstracts alone without ref- .r I
trust misplaced. There is no way to- erence to the transcript of record, and
absolutely insure the bodily safety of where such abstracts do not contain I
f any one. A ruler may become a slave any assignment of errors the cause will
to his fears, and like the Czar of Russia, be dismisse d dismissed. .
u Writ of error dismissed.
surround himself with every imagin- Wall & Stevens, for plaintiff in error;
e able safeguard. C. C. Whitaker, for defendant in error. Count Segundo de Ovies was a Ca
Even this will not suce. The Czar John A. Bishop and E. S. Bishop, ap- Louis De Ovies, is found with that of J
of Russia has unlimited power. He pellants, vs. William E. McKay and United States in a treaty with Spain. T
rules with a rod of iron. His word is Sallie M. McKay, appellees-Marion from Orietto, situated in the northern pa
e absolute law. When he goes any place county. he is wealthy, and has traveled and stu
- he is surrounded by thousands of sol- Taylor, C. J.: twenty-five different nations.
I diners. The r.lroad is lin-ed with guards. Appellate practice-Appeal dismissed In a recent letter to The Peruna Me
d Th d e tf gu for want of-indispensable parties, gives his endorsement to their great c
- Everybody is looked upon with suspi- Where it appears to an appellate words:
- cion. The people fear the Czar. The. court that it has not acquired jurisdic-
e Czar does not trust his subjects. HIle is tion over the person of an indispensa- The Pera Medicine Co., C.lam
S slave to his own fears, and the re necessary party appellee by any
a slave to his own fears, and the pre- proper service of citation in a case ap- Gentlemen-" Last winter m.
cautions taken for his protection ap- pealed prior to the enactment of Chap. I g.rippe which was cured effect
pear sufficient to insure his body safe- 4528, laws of 1897, or otherwise, or by
t ty. But they don't. History records a the voluntary appearance of such party, 'Pr la, so when I contracted the
n. long list of Czars who has been as- the appeal in such case will be dis- I at once sent for a bottle. It tru
e sassinated. Appeal dismissed. thb sickening and sore feeling I h
- The same methods are adopted in Shackleford & Pettingill, and J. H. 1e without it now for any mot
- Turkey, and nearly all European coun- Burcell, for appellants; No appear- rna as alable perusite
e tries to protect their rulers. -Does it anc for defendants in error.n
- protect them? Not absolutely. Such Will Teal, plaintiff in error, vs. The SEUND, CONDB DB OVI
methods would not protect the Presi State of Florua, defendant in error- -F- -s o
S*St. Johns county Farmers of Leon county contemplate
dent of the United States. They w( uld Jo C J ounty planting more cane than usual this
nl eha his dTaylor, C. J.: p
only enhance his danger, and we don't criminal law-New trial for want of year. This is getting to be quite an im-
s want any of them. If the time ever evidence Portant industry in this section, as sev-
t comes when the President of the United Where there is sufficient evidence in eral thousand barrels of fine syrup are
- States cannot travel East, West N..rth a case to sustain a conviction, and there made every year. The demand for bar-
- orouhcannot etaove a, We3 nl is nothing in the record to support the rels last year could not be supplied and
, or South (cannot get out and mingle assumption that-theJurywereimprop- it would seem that Tallahassee is a
s with the people; of which he one erly influenced by considerations deors splendid place for a barrel factory.
After the expiration of his term of of- the evidence, an appellate court is not .+... ....
fice) without adopting the precautions authorized to disturb the settlement by Tallahassee is still in the list of pro-
etae verdict of tne credit due to con- gressive cities of Florida. She is grow-
peculiar to European potentates, then flicting witnesses. ing at a very satisfactory rate, and ten
Swill the triumph of pessimism be corn- Judgment affirmed years hence her population will be
a plete. L. E. Wade, for plaintiff in error; ouble what t is now
k The American enleonstitutethem- William B. Lamar) Attorney-General, +
The American people for the State. rey-ne There is still no diminution in the
Shelves the protector of the President, rush for appointments as notary public
Just as they constitute themselves the Mr. John G. Ward, of Pensacola, a in the State of Florida. During the
k protectors of the honor of their homes candidate for railroad commissioner, past week Governor Jennings has ap-
Sand firesides The eopie can be de- was in the caty a few days this week. pointed the following for the State at
n ."es. e people can b de- Mr. Ward was secretary to the first large, and commissions have been for-
o pended on to fulfill their trust They Florida Railroad Commission. warded by Secretary of State Crawtord:
Don't want any red-tape legislation, but 4 4 Ohas. T. Atklnson, Graceville; Gary R.

will be contented with laws that will It would seem that in a city the size Davis, Bascom; Robert W. Duggar,
look to the extermination of Anar- of Tallahassee there could be plenty of Marianna, and W. H. Milton, Marianna.
material found for the organization of --
d chists and Anarchism in this country. a Young Men's Christian Association. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
is Such an organization is of immense Department of the Interior, Land Office at
FOR A LATE CAMPAIGN. value in every community? Their asso- ainesville, Fla., Feb. 10 1902.lowing
S The Philadelphia Times recently sent ciations are good, and one should be named settler has filed notice of his intention
y to each member of the National Demo- formed here as soon as possible. Who to make final proof in support of his claim,
- will take the I nitiative and that said proof will be made before Wm.
te cratic Executive Committee a number tll"C. Hodges, U. S. Commissioner, at Tallahas-
or + + see, Fla., on March 22, 1902. viz: Chesley J.
of queries upon the best method to be All the wide-awake merchants in Jenkins, of Tallahassee, Fla., lid. 25367, for
er Tallathe S. W. qr. of N. E. qr., S. E. qr. of N. W.
er pursued to accomplish the reorganiza- Tallahassee advertise in The Tallahas- N qr ofS. Wqr. and N. W. qr. of S.
d. tion and reuniting of the Democratic seean. They recognize the fact that E. qr., See 26, Tp.1 S., R. 1 E.
t -. this paper reaches the people, and is He names the following witnesses to prove
t party. In his response, Judge Geo. P. the best advertising medium in this continuous residence upon and cultiva-
ktaney, of this city, among other things section. Our subscription list is grow- Tallahassee, Fla.; R. J. Jenkins, of Talla-
said: ing every day. It is now larger than hassee. Fla.; William Ward, of Tallahamsee,
Fla.; Frank Maxwell, of Tallahassee. Fla.
"I agree fully as to the necessity and any paper ever published in the Capital 51t wran .G. ROBINSON, Register.
n- wisdo m of getting together, City. An ad In The Tallahasseean
n- wi m of Democra getng togetherbrings results. Try it and see. Financial Statement, Board of Public In-
and think it probable; and it has bes". 4 4 struction of Leon county, Fla., for January,
0of 1902:
my opinion that the opportunity for The baseball season is rapidly ap- Warrants issued to February 4, 1902.
w- reflection which time has given since preaching, and there is still some talk No-
amongthe sporting frateity: of or- 92"& To 1H. W. Demilly..........$W 00
ht the campaign of 1900, would aid greatly among the sporting fraternity of or- To iHee Chares..... 00
e- to this end and that it would greaty ganizing a strong team in Tallahassee. 930. To J. F. Mon tmery....... 60 00
- tothis end,and that it wouldbe fur- It is said that there is material here 981. To Miss C. M. Brevard...... 50 00
Ie nished by the postponement as long as for a good nine, and all the boys 9 ,To MissM. BWEp n. ...... 50
Bm possible of any effort at reorganization, is a backer who will put up the money 934. To w. H. Provence ....... 25 00
B. and by constant, wholesome thing for uniforms and other paraphernalia. 95. To Miss Ellen Cromartie.... 25 00
y .. w o. If this is forthomin6theypN. To t. S. Hartsfleld .......... 30 00
o the settled state and sentiment this is forthcoming they promise .. Srbrough........
to .... ,,-s,-,msome close and exciting contests on the ess. To Mrs. A. E. Moore........ 80 00
, of the great mass of the people, lade- diamond during the coming season. 939. To Miss FPade Wilson...... 25 00
e pendent to a lar e extent of party lUne,- :40. To Miss Kate L Bond ...... 30 00
large extent of party ae, ..941. To Miss Lenora William.... 3000
as to the financial issue. The restora- i* -942. To Miss Ellen A=thorp...... 30 00
.. .94&..ToMin.... isy.e::....... 25 00
tion should be in fact not by a seem. aU s a th ack 9 M iss::i Moor........: 00
945. To B. F. Maxwell........... 25 00
ingly formal reorganization, but by the Are symptoms of a weak, torpid or 4 To M Maud n........2500
I establishment in the party of the senti- stagnat condition of the kidneys or 947. o Mias eMs e aunl ........ 40 00
94& To Kinom velyn Wooten0......3000
Ly ment that will lead it as a party to de- liver, and are awarningjtis extremely 949. S ith... 30 oo
d dare on its reassemblings in the corn- Ihaardous to neglect, so important 9- ~. Wd .an tewart ..... 25 00
m lag year proper doctrines and reain- a healthy action of these organ. M May Miller........::::::::25 00


irlist wile. The signature of his uncle,
ohn Quincy Adams ceding Florida to the
he Count is forty-six years of age, an exile
rt of Spain, and has been exiled since 1876;
died the customs, habits and languages of

dicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, the Count
atarrh remedy, Peruna, in the following

The Canfield, Atlantic City, N. J.
rs, Ohio:
my secretary had a severe- attack of
tualy by the use of four bottles of
same unpleasant sickness last fall
ily worked wonders, and removed
ad within a few days. I would not
mey, aad when I go away I carry
to my tvweliag outfit."-JULIAN

977. To lasty Jenkins........... 22 00
97S. To Iella Knight ............ 1 00 A
979. To II. T. Robinson .......... 22 00 |
980. To Charlotte Cobb.......... .1; 04) V
9s1. To M. Duncan............... 18 00
)82. To Elza Ferrell............. 15 00
98:t. To Charlotte Gardner........ 16 00
984. To Mamie Reed............. 15 04)
985. ;To E. J. Attaway........... 18 00 |
98. 'To A. Walls ............. 20 00)
987. To L. W. Taylor ........... 14; 00
988. To R. A. McGriff........... 16 0 4
9H9. To E. B. Henderson......... 16 04)
990.' To G. W. Mcriff........... 21 00
991. To Ellen Johnson.......... 24 0)4)
992. To M. Il. Baker..... ..... 0 00 Moo
993. To Fannie Bithewood........ 15 00 \
994. To R. H. Patterson.......... 15 00
995. To Francis Baker .......... 22 00
996. To Laura Patterson......... 15 00 -
997.% To A. L. Shepard........... .18 00 .
998. To Addle Jackson........... 16 04)
999. To Amelia Berry........... 16 00
1000 -'o Pinkie Potsdamer ........ 15 00
101. To Maggie LongI........... 15 04)
1002' To J. U. Wester............ 25 00 ?
1003 To R. W. Owens............ 6 00 '
10044 To Tallahassee Racket Co.... 3 60
1005 To W. J. Hartsfield, wood .... 6 00
100-6 To L. C. Yaeger, supplies.... 8 60 f
1007 To Gilmore & Davis Co., #up-
plies ................... 14 10
1008 To JD D. Perkins comr....... 58 63 That's
1009 To Janitor Col. Gr. School ... 5 75 as
101 To G. II. Avirett, wood ...... 9 00 are fres
1011 To Janitor Leon Academy.... 8 00
101' To Talla. Water Works...... 12 00 corps, a
101 To Office Co. Supt., Stationery,
Stamps. etc. ............ 4 00 want
101* To H. W. Demilly, cutting and
1 storing wood ............ 2 50
101P, To salary for Co. Supt for S e
January ................. 85 00 -a
1016j To W. J. Johnson, conveying Seeds
4 pupils ................. 15 00
$2,273 18 And gi,
AtteSt: Chairman of Board. We ha
:- Supt. and Secretary. aren

that are


grippe again. It -refible wg
What In the beginnAg g
eohL A-hlor cold opellfoowoIdby
aching bones, sore tLrea headae *
cough, and general wesaxne. Itseto
may be quite slight or Kere, but
either case it nearly alwa leawe e
:in a miserable condition. 4t
Unless Peruna is taker it wMi b
weeks or months before person M
gains his usual health. IfVhe victian
tortuaste enough to beg the use
Peruna at the commencaeet of tas
attack the course of the epl is n
shortened, and the sys k is left in
:natural state. A
People who have had l grippe, t
are still suffering from the fter-effe
should not neglect to takekeruna,aij
will promptly restore thenpto health.
Henry Distin, the Invenl and make
of all the band indtrumenti f the Henry
Distin Manufacturing Co, writes tia
following from m A -
1441 South Ninth- *
street, Philadel-
phia, Pa: ,S _
"I had a bad at-
tack of la grippe
I a s t December
which lasted ;
more than three
months, and
which left me
with catarrh, and Z "
several of my* .
-fr ie n d s advised He*/y Vistin.
me to try Peruna. S
I began with a bottle theAlrst week is
March and it certainly d1 me a great
deal of good. I was so ell satisfied
that I purchased another tttle and fol-
lowed the directions, and can say thatit
has cured me."--Henry Disin.
A large per cent of those who ae
afflicted with this epidemiC, instead a
getting well as they ough $to, will have
chronic catarrh: as the rult. This ia
almost invariably the ca* unless Pe.
runa is taken as soon as possiblee after
the grip begins. R
Every one who has obseeed the effect
of Peruna during the last pree epidem.-
ics of la grippe positively knows that
this remedy will cure it anently.
The fact is, however, thi a great mul-
titude of people will not ake Peruna,
and a foundation for clinic catarrh
will be laid.
Even in cases where chronic catarrh
has affected the lungs, d the early
stages of catarrhal consumption hav
been- developed, Peruna "an I)e relied
upon as a prompt and lah ng cure. La
grippe and catarrh are present the.
two great enemies of lif in the land.
Peruna is a cure for either.
If you do not derive propt and satis-
factory results from the of Peruna.
write at once to Dr. Hartfian, giving a
full statement of your ea and he will
be pleased to give you hi valuable ad-
vice gratis. t
Address Dr. Hartman,President at
The Hartman SanitariumT=olumbus, 0.

Is thai Grow

the kind we h dle. They
sh, put up from, last year's
and are guarantd. If you

that :rminate

re good ;results, .et the best.
ndle Landreth'C Farm and
Seeds, and the,- can be de-
upon. If you*,ant seeds
e fresh and wilnrow, call at
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for the-..---


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TEE w'uC I~1~t~1?4 A ~UN. 1RWYFEBRUARY. 144 1902

The Finest Cake

Is made with Royal Bak-

ing Powder. Always light,

sweet, pure & wholesome.




By Those Who Gather Items for
Tallahasseean Readers.

The Dentist, Dr. ILR. A. Shine.
County Superintendent Bannerman
Uas been on the sick list the past week,
but better at this writing.
Mrs. Crosby Dawkins is enjoying a
pleasant visit with friends in the Flor-
ida metropolis.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures thn
Cough caused by attack -of la grippe.
It heals the lungs. Wight &'Bro.
Mr. Bascom Temples, who left Talla-
kassee about six months ago, has re-
turned from a trip to South Africa.
Mrs. J. W. Taylor, of Chicago, is in
the city visiting her sisters, Mrs. Harry
D. Hartt and Miss Nellie Bassett.
+ + +.- .
M. M. Scarborough, a rising young
eal luminary of Lake City, made a
business trip to Tallahassee Tuesday.
For that cough, takeLincan's Cough
aymp. Sold only by Wight & Bro.
Miss "'becca Johnson, of Kissimmee,
is the pleasant guest of Capt. and Mrs.
L Rose.
M' H. N. Sweeting, the jeweler, has
been appc' 'ted local freight agent for
the Mallory Steamship Line.
Fresh Garden Seed at Wight & Bros'.
The election for bonds takes place
next Tue;day. and every qualified voter
should cast his ballot in favor of the
State. Superintendent Sheats and
stenographer, W. N. Sheats, Jr., left
Monday for Green Cove Springs to at-
tend the meeting of Florida county su-
The most reliable preparation for
kMiney troubles on the market is Fo-
by's Kidney Cure.

This has been a very successful the-
strical season in Tallahassee. The
companies have all been above the av-
erage, and 'the attendance generally
Talk iip a fair for Leon and surround-
tag counties. Tallahassee has a mag-
nificent fair ground, with a good track
and all necessary buildings, and the
agricultural society should be reor-
Spized at once.

Only white barber. shop in the
Over Pringle & Johnson's store.
Cravy, proprietor.
4 + 4+


Mr. S. W. Dickey, who has just re-
covered from a severe attack of pneu-
monia at Apalachicola, spent a few days
i the city this week en route to his
home at lamonia.
+ 4 +
Mr. H. N. Sweeting guarantees that
old watch in his show window to be a
perfect time-keeper. It will be pre-
Iented by The Tallahasseean to the
oast popular young lady in the Capital
There is an advertisement in this
*Bue of The Tallahasseean that may
mean money in your pocket to read. It
Will certainly pay you to scan every ad
carefully, especially if you are seeking
+ + +
We still have a few back numbers of
Th Tallahasseean left, containing cou-
)lOR for the most popular young lady.
Along as they last they will be sold
Wt at the regular price. .t you wish to
Vote now is the time to procure papers.
D1n't wait until they are all gone and
thet ask us to run off more.
+4 + A:

Foley's Honey and Tar is best for
aoups and whooping cggh,. contains
S opiates, and cures q ully. Careful
QmOers keep it in the house.
- ___ +
The ushering ino fl ~ebnten season
Velnesday last meambs auch to the
tal set of Tallahassee The past
"ttu has been one continuous round
0 Phasurek. Scarcely a night paseed
"1o0t a dance, party or social gath-
*14 of some sort. There will now be
4[I-up in the festivities, to a very
*e extent, as the religiously inclined

Dr. W. EL Lewis, Dentist 'Phone No.
68. 48-10t
A. M. Carlisle, with R. L. Collins,
druggist tt.

Remember the

4 4+
city election


State Chemist Rose returned Satur-
day from a business trip to Pensacola.
Mr. Stephen E. Foster, of Jackson-
ville, was among the guests at the Leon
Hotel Tuesday.
4 4 .4
Mr. Sol. Brash, of Apalachirla, had
business in Tallahassee during the
early part of the week.
Mr. J. G. Fuller came in Tuesday
from Chipley, on business, and regis-
tered at the Leon Hotel.
Nunnally's fine candies always fresh
at Wight & Bros.

Hon. J. E. Morriss, of Ashville, spent
Saturday in the city, a guest of Attor-
ney General Lamar.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Day have moved
into the Munro residence on Adams
The Young Ladies' Book Club will
meet at Miss Jessie Edmondson's Fri-
day afternoon-St. Valentine's Day.
Call at VV eight & Bros'. and get a free
sample of Coke's Dandruff Cure.
Messrs. J. S. Harris and G. M. Brown,
oL St. Marks, spent Monday in the city
on business. They were registered at
the Leon.
Mr. C. L. Darnall, of Roanoke, Va.,
representing a Chattanooga hardware
house, was here a couple of days this
week, and stopped at the Constantine.
J. T. Crawford, stenographer to his
father, Secretary of State Crawford,
spent a couple of days in Cairo, Ga.,
this week.
Mothers can safely give Foley's
Honey and Tar to their children for
coughs and colds, for if contains no
opiates or other poisons. Wight &

Governor W. S. Jennings left Tuesday
afternoon for Jacksonville on business
connected with the State Board of
Health. On Wednesday he left the
metropolis for Deland, where he went
to receive the new dormitory of Stetson
University, of which institution he is
mne of the trustees.
Councilman L. M. Lively is contem-
plating the erection of a handsome resi-
dence on the corner of McCarty and
.alhoun streets. It will be a commo-
dious two-story structure, and an orna-
ment to that part of the city.
It will not be necessary to call the at-
tention of the readers of The Tallahas-
seean to Duval Brothers' big half-page
id on the eighth page of this issue. It
is there to speak for itself, and if you
are looking out for your own interests,
it will pay you to read it over.

Kidney Complaint kills more people
than any other disease. This is due to
the disease being so insidious that it
gets a good hold on the system before
it is recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure
will prevent the development of fatal
disease if taken in time.
The Georgia, Florida and Alabama
railroad (Georgia Pine) will soon -be
complete and in operation. The Talla-
hasseean would offer a suggestion that
the Capital City get up a sort of cele-
bration in commemoration of the event.
The completion of this road will be a
momentous occasion for Tallahassee,
and we should snow our appreciation
by giving a big blow-out.
+ + +
Farmers of Leon county should take
advantage of low freight rates offered
by the Seaboard Air Line, and embark
in the culture of cantaloupes and water-
melons. The Tallahasseean's prizes
for the best watermelon and cantaloupe
should be some inducement.


Agarts your life and hestlth
isdaEtobe dreaded. The
> fx dieare M=a Vad
Sactve. Diaregird their pe.
ence n the y. an re
long they wl openly atack

Williams' Littl e Lilr Pills

Mr. H. L. Hough, of Ocala, had busi-
ness in the Capital City Wednesday.
Miss Pauline Costa came in from
lamonia Saturday and spent'Sunday in
the city. |
White barber shop. Over Pringle &
Johnson's store. tf
Mr. F. A Carnegie, of Pittsburg, a
son of Andrew Carnegie, was here on
Tuesday from Thomasville, and regis-
tered at the Leon.-
Mrs. Clarence J. M. Shine left Tues-
day for Birmingham, Alas, to attend
the funeral of her sister, Mrs. John F.
itnight, who died in that city Monday
Professor Arthur Williams, of the
Plorida State College, left Wednesday
morning for Green Cove Springs to at-
tend the convention of county superin-
Mr. Hill and family, of Cordele, Ga.,
expect to make Tallahassee their future
home. Mr. Hill is a wholesale mer-
chant of Cordele, and proprietor of the
big sawmill at Spring Hill. He will be
quite a welcome addition to the Capital

Winter coughs are apt to result in
consumption if neglected. They can lw
soon broken up by using Folcy as
Honey and Tar. Wight & Bro.
4 4 4
Mr. J. E. Shelter, a leading tobacco
grower, and Mr. Lewis Butler, a suc-
cessful Georgia farmer, were here this
week from their homes near Attapul-
Mr. W. M. Carr, wife and nephew, of
Calvary, Ga., who have been spending
some weeks at Panacea Springs, were
in Tallahassee Tuesday en route home.
Don't forget the contest Jor the most
popular young lady in Tallahassee. A
beautiful gold watch, now on exhibition
in H. N. Sweeting's show window, will
be presented to the winner. Cut the
coupon out .of The Tallahasseean and
vote for your favorite.
4 + +
Dr. Simpson and wife, of Pensacola,
arrived in Tallahassee Wednesday.
The doctor was en route to Jacksonville
to attend a meeting of the State Board
of Health. During his absence Mrs.
Simpson was a guest of Judge and Mrs.
L. C. Maxwell.
+ 4+ +
Mr. P. W. Wilson, who has been in
the North on a purchasing trip for the
big dry goods emporium of his father,
W. R. Wilson, sailed from New York
Wednesday for Savannah. He is ac-
companied on the trip by his wife and
sister, Miss Emma Law Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan C. Whitfield cele-
brated their Wooden Wedding Tuesday
night by giving a delightful card party
to their numerous friends. Their hand-
some home on Calhoun street was ap-
propriately decorated for the occasion.
The affair was a very select one, and
the fortunate guests spent a pleasant
evening. *
The Tallahasseean wishes to encour-
age the farmers of Leon county to em-
bark in the cultivation of small fruits
and vegetables. With this object in
view we offer a prize of $3.0, each for
the best watermelon and cantaloupe
left at this office; $2.00 each for the
second best, and one year's subscription
to The Tallahasseean for the third best
of each. The contest. is open to every
farmer in the county.

"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for a number of years and
have no hesitancy in saying that it is
the best remedy for coughs, colds, and
croup I have ever used in my family.
I have not words to express my .con-
fidence in this remedy.-Mrs. J.' A.
Moore, North Star, Mich. For sale by
Wight & Bro. and all medicine dealers.
Mr. T. E. Dickey has purchased from
Mr.,Craigmiles an interest in the 5 and
10 cent store on Munro street. They will
put in a complete stock of fresh family
groceries and do an up-to-date business.
The style of the new firm will be "The
Cash Grocery Company." See their an-
nouncement in another column of The
Tallahasseean, and if you wish to pur-
chase good groceries at the lowest pos-
sible prices, give them a call.
Mr. T. E. Jordan, a prominent young
man of Apalachicola, spent a couple of
days in Tallahassee this week, a guest
of Mr. R. H. Mickler. Mr. Jordan is
connected with the Apalachicola branch
of the Capital City Bank, and was here
on business. It is hinted by intimate
friends, however, that his business look-
ed more to the formation of a partner-
ship in which Cupid will play a con-
spicuous part.
WANTED-25,000 to 75,000 acres of
virgin pine; must average 8,000 to 12,-
000 feet to acre. Address at once, Box
295, Jacksonvllie, Fla. Feb. 14-4t
About 3,000 Cassava canes, and about
2,000 Privet plants, for Hedge Fences.
Persons desiring either of the above,
will do well to see or correspond with
W. L VASON, Tallahassee.
Feb. 7-2m.
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. It

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Now that nuts are being recognized
as a staple article of food rather than a
luxury, it seems expedient that nut or-
chards become as necessary as the fruit
orchard. This, too, brings in the forest
ry question. Why not replant and raise
a forest of nut trees where the original
forests have been culled and thinned al
most to depletion.
The delicious English walnut has
been grown with success, too, in this
country as far north as Lockport, N. Y
The writer procured a few nuts foi
planting from that place and now has a
half dozen or more young trees started
The grower says that the hard freez<
which killed some of his apple trees did
not harm his English walnuts. His
father saw a tree in bearing in Phila-
delphia, and from a handful of these
native grown nuts, raised a number oe
trees which bore the seed for Etarting
a large orchard. English walnuts are
so much more easily prepared for the
table than our hardshell sorts that it
makes them doubly desirable. Beetch
nuts, were they only larger, are ver3
palatable, but it requires patience t(
prepare them in quantity. Chestnuts
when roasted, are very acceptable to a
hungry -boy--or without roasting, for
that matter-though hard to digest.
This question of raising nuts as a sta
pile article of food will certainly in.
volve the bird question. To protect the
trees from the increasing depredations
of insects, we must encourage the
friendship of the birds.-Mrs. E. W
Putnam, in Vick's Family Magazine.


"I have- lately been much troubled
with dyspepsia, belching and sour
stomach," writes M. S. Mead, leading
pharmacist of Attleboro, Mass. "I-
could eat hardly anything without suf-
fering several hours. My clerk sug-
gested -1 try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure,
which I did with most happy results.
I have had no more trouble and when
one can go to eating mince pie, cheese,
candy and nuts after such a time,
their digestion must be pretty good.
I endorse Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heart-
ily." You don't have to diet. Eat all
the good food you want but don't over-
load the stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure digests your food.

As it is generally clarified some bees-
wax presents a very clear yellow, while
other wax when compared has a
dirty look. This is owing to the proper
methods employed in one case and lack
of thoroughness in another, albeit not
always, for there is such a difference
even in beeswax that it is questionable
if some could ever be made clear. If
clarified as it should be, however, the
chances are nine out of ten of its all
presenting the same fine, even appear-
The way to do it is to take the comb
one has to clarify and put it in a large
iron kettle, such as is used on the farm
outdoors, filling it with water. In this
the comb should be allowed to boil for
several hours. Meanwhile, a tub having
been filled half full of water, on which
is floated an old board of some sort, the
mixture at the end of that period should
be dipped out with an old pan or dipper
from the kettle, and poured through a
hemp sack or other thin material that
is allowed to rest on the board floating
in the tub. The result is that the wax
runs through the sack into the tub,
leaving considerable residue in the sack
which can be readily separated by
squeezing or rolling the mass with a
round stick or similar means of press-
The wax will float on the surface of
the water in the tub and soon cool, and
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business and to point out as far as pos-
| sible the relation of these standards to
the economic side of animal industries.
. By diagrams, descriptions and suitable
t illustrations he has given information
that will assist the stock feeder, the
Breeder, the farmer or the dairyman to
I become a judge of cattle by sight and
- touch.
Beef and uairy cattle are considered
s together because stronger contrasts can
s be drawn and differences can be shown
more clearly.
r The bulletin is for free distribution
a and will be sent to any address on ap-
plication to Senators, Representatives
e and delegates in Congress, or to the
e Secretary of Agriculture, Washington,
s D.C.

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.

The sleeping quarters of swine should
be roomy, well ventilated, neither too
cold nor too warm, and perfectly dry.
They must be so constructed that no
other animal can enter them; otherwise
they cannot be kept in a proper condi-
tion of cleanliness. There should be
two, three, or even more sleeping places
provided for large herds, so they may
divide into small bunches. One end of
an inclosed cattle shed partitioned off is
as good, as the most expensive hog
house for this purpose.
Beware of cold draughts, and so con-
struct the sleeping quarters that the
cold winds do not blow on the hogs.
At the same time allow sufficient venti-
lation for the escape of foul air.
fhe floor may be of earth or boards,
as preferred. It must he kept clean and
occasionally coated with fresh earth or
sand. Very little bedding is required,
even in the coldest weather, and slough
hay or rye straw is best for this pur-
pose. The bedding should be cleaned
out once a week, and if needed a little
fresh supplied.
Hogs should never be allowed to sleep
in manure piles, or around straw stacks,
if it can be avoided, or in any place
from which they will come out steam-
ing and sweating. That condition in
cold weather is decidedly injurious to
their health and thrift.
The sleeping quarters should be
sprinkled occasionally with slacked
lime or crude carbolic acid, as a disin-
I believe it to be best to market hogs
as fast as they are ready, whether in
car loads or wagon loads.. It- does not
pay to hold those that are in prime con-
dition for those not yet ready for mar-
ket, for there is usually more or less
lack of uniformity in size and condition
in every large herd.
I consider it a good plan in summer to
shut hogs out of their winter quarters
as much as possible, and let them lie in
the pastures and under the shade trees.
Nothing is better than sunshine as a
disinfectant and germ destroyer, and
the arrangement of hog houses and
sleeping quarters in particular should
be such as will admit the greatest
amount of sunshine. Beware of those
that are dark, gloomy and damp.-Ex-
tract from paper at meeting of Illinois
Live Stock Breeders' Association.


while this is taking place the kettle GOOD.
should be cleansed and filled with clean We know of no way in which we can
water; then the wax should be but back be of more service to our readers than
in it and boiled up a second time. It to tell them of something that will be
should next be strained carefully of real good to them. For this reason
through a fine meshed s cloth several we want to acquaint them with what
times, and as the sack or cloth used for we consider one of the very best reme-
this purpose is of no special value after- dies on the market for coughs, colds,
wards it should be thrown away. and that alarming complaint, croup.
Beeswax clarified in this manner can We refer to Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
be melted Without water and put in edy. We have used it with such good
moulds ready for the market,- which results in our family so long that it
otherwise might have been considered has become a household necessity.. By
worthless and never use-d at all. In- its prompt use. we haven't any doubt
deed, it pays to save all the scraps and but that it has time and again pre-
pieces of old comb, and at the end of the vented croup. The testimony is given
season treat them as described, for thus upon 'uor own experience, and we sug-
will first-class beeswax be obtained- gest that our readers, especially those
and that always finds a market.-The who have small children, always keep
Country Gentleman. it in their homes as a safeguard against
JUDGING BEEF AND-DAIRY CAT- croup.-Camden (S. C.) Messenger. For
UD BE AN DAIRY C sale by Wight & Bro. and all medicine
TLE. dealers.
The selection of cattle best suited fordealers.
their intended use is of great import- THE REASON FOR BAD MILK.
ance to feeders and dairymen. Bad milk is the cause of more bad
For the purpose of presenting a butter than poor butter makers. This
simple and graphic way some informa- statement may not be true of butter
tion concerning the differences between made on the farm so largely as that
good and inferior animals and the ex- made in the creamery, but often there
tent to which certain desirable qualities the same cause produces bad milk as
affect their value for beef and dairy produces it for the creamery butter
utility, the United States Department of maker.uc creamery butter
Agriculture has had prepared and will Assistant Dairy Commissioner Whiter.
son Isss' B i N. 143 Assistant Dairy Commissioner White
soon issue Farmers' Blletin No. 143 of Minnesota, has published a few of his
Sentitled ConformationQf Beef and conclusions after many visits to the
It was prepared by Mr. Andrew M. creameries of that State, and he says:
It was prepared by Mr. Andrew M.e- "Most of the milk not in good condi-
Soule,professor of agriculture and vice- tion is so for the want of both aerating
director of the Tennessee Agricultural and cooling, or being put in unclean
ExperimThe author has endeavored to define cans. Many a can of milk is unfit for
SThe author has endeavored to dene the manufacture of high grade butter,
as nearly as possible the ideals that from the unclean condition of the can.
should be kept in view in pursuing the At almost every creamery we find some
.- cans with an accumulation of decayed
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Does not depend on the start but on the
finish. It's staying power which carries
many a runner to victory. It's like that
in business. Many a man starts off in
the race for business success with a
burst of speed which seems to assure
victory. Presently be begins to falter
and at last he falls and fails. The cause?
Generally "stomach trouble." No man
is stronger than his stomach. Business
haste leads to careless and irregular eat-
ing. The stomach and other organs of
digestion atd nutrition become diseased.
The body is inadequately nourished and
so grows weak.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition,. it
strengthens the stomach and so strength-
ens the whole xxloy which depends on
the stomach for the nourishlnient from
which strength is made.
There is noialcohol in "Golden Medical
Discovery," and it is entirely free from
opium, cocaine and all other narcotics.
Accept no substitute for the )iscov-
ery." There is no medicine "j.u-t as
good" for diseases of the stomach and
allied organs.
"Your '(;olciu Medlicail h)i'ov.--' la; pcr-
fonlytd a wolili lHou-se of Cli:.rlct,,n. Ir;inlhii Co ..'.rk. "I
had tlC e worr c: (!" dy *! i.-. tll<- I'.
.av, tat ti l r ,- A tr i. -' ;
d etor' iw i v :-v. t!;ip I ',lhl lh -ar of. v ,;1 'o
hcin'lii. I tri"-' \I)r. 'iercvr 4 S oih in M (i c::i D -
coverv. ;a:ld HoWv I am cirl'!<."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure

a .Y?

Educate him if possible. A boy with
a high school education is much more
likely to succeed in any business, trade
or profession than an ignorant boy.
He is better on the farm. in the store,
in the bank, or in the shop. Several
railroad corporations have recently de-
cided to employ no boys who have not
gone as fir as the eighth grade of the
public schools. Boys that have been to
school have learned how to learn, and
so they can learn the details of railroad
business better than others. Employers
want intelligent boys in the factories
and mills, and boys are more intelligent
if they have studied in school.
Give the boy a college education if you
can, and if he is inclined to go to col-
lege. A college education puts a man
to the front in life, and enables him to
keep there. Two-thirds of the Senators
of the United States are college grad-
uates. More than one-half of the mem-
bers of the House are college graduates.
All but one of the chief justices of the
Supreme Court have been college edu-
cated men. When we reflect that only
a small per cent. of the men of the
nation, are college graduates it is sig-
nificant that such a large proportion of
our leading citizens are chosen from
that small number.
"But my boy does not like to go to
school." Perhaps the reason is that he
is behind his class-mates in his studies.
Boys and men are fond of the things in
which they succeed, and dislike those
in which they cannot excel. You have
allowed your son to stay away from
school too often, or have insisted on his
being promoted too soon, or have not
provided him with the necessary books
or have not encouraged home study.
Thus he has fallen behind his class and
has acquired a dislike for school.
Give the lad a quiet corner to himself.
Furnish him with a book case or book
shelves, and give him "Robinson Cru-
soe," "Life on the Ocean Wave," the
Henty books, and such other boys'
books as tell of travel and adventure.
Let him have a table and lamp of his
own. Encourage, urge him to study an
hour and read an hour each winter eve-
ning. Invite his teacher to tea and en-
list his co-operation. The boy will soon
begin to succeed in his studies and then
he will probably like his school.
Much, however, will depend upon the
kind of teaching he receives at school.
Some minds are so constituted that they
are easily interested in concrete, objec-
tive studies or methods of study. Some
can learn geometry only after they have
measured lines, surfaces, and angles,
and have weighed material solids. Many
can learn trigonometry only as they see
its application in surveying. So, in all
studies, objective methods should be
empolyed whenever it is possible. Now,
if the teacher does not use such
methods of instruction many pupils will
find school a dull affair, and will try to
avoid it.
Give the boy, then, a shop or a lab-
oratory; a work-bench,- real tools, a
grindstone, oilstones, jig saw, lathe and
other things of the kind. Encourage.
him to make things accurately and
neatly. Let him frame a picture and
mend a chair and make a book case or
a boot jack. These matters easily con-
nect themselves with arithmetic and
other studies. Perhaps he has become
interested in electricity. Help him to
make a battery and set up a telegraph
instrument. Happy the school whose
teacher appreciates such work and is
willing to aid in such work.


"My little boy took the croup one
night and soon grew so bad you could
hear him breathe all over the- house,"
says F. D. Reynolds, Mansfield, 0. "We
feared he would die, but a few doses
of One Minute Cough Cure quickly
relieved him nda hP nt.i t 1.l.o

The humorous comedy drama. "Along
the Kennebec," accompanied by their
own band and an excellent orchestra,
will be seen at the opera house tonight.
It is a rural play in four acts, bound to-
gether by an interesting plot and pro-
duced with special scenery carried by
the company. Is the third act a real-
istic saw mill scene is introduced, when
a real buzz saw is seen cutting through
a real log at terrific speed upon which a
human being has been helplessly bound
by his -enemies and left to an evident
death. There is an abundance of comedy
in the play, wnile there are many fine
singing and dancing specialties inci-
dentally introduced.

You have got a cough and you don't
worry. Don't you know a cough is
something terrible? It leads to con-
sumption and consumption is killing
thousands. Better cure that ,-ou.;a,
better cure it quickly. Get a 23 cen*
bottle of Gooch's Mexican Syrup. N.:
other remedy so nice to take.

When you take (.rove' s Tasteless Chill ionic
because the fllniiin :i is ilainly printed on every
boLt e shlowiig that it is silly Iro11 and uli-
nine in a tateli.-s foi,- No Cut'. No Piay. ikA.'.


"Something New Under
fhe Sun."

All Doctors have tried to cure CA-
ARRH by the use of powders, acid
gases, inhalers and drugs in paste
torm. Their powders dry up the mu-
cuous membranes causing them to
crack open and bleed. The powerful
acids used in the inhalers have en-
tirely eaten away the same mem-
branes that their makers have aimed
to cure, while pastes and ointments
cannot reach the disease. An old and
experienced practitioner who has for
many years made a close study and
specialty of the treatment of CA-
TARRH, has at last perfected a Treat-
ment which when faithfully used, not
only relieves at once, but permanently
cures CATARRH, by removing the
cause, stopping the discharges and cur-
ing all inflammation. It is the only
remedy known to science that actually
reaches the afflicted parts. This won-
derful remedy is known as "SNUF-
CURE," and is sold at the extremely
1dw price of one dollar, each package
containing internal and external mel-
icine sufficient for a full month's treat-
ment and everything necessary to its
perfect use.
"SNUIFFLES" is the only perfect
CATAItRH CURE ever made and is
now recognized as the only safe and
positive cure for that annoying and
disgusting disease. It cures all in-
flammation quickly and permanently,
and is also wonderfuhy quick to re-
lieve HAY FEVER or COLD in the
CATAlttH when neglected often
FLES" will save Yon if vu n nne it at

(Continued on 6th page.)
officers not otherwise provided for by
the constitution. Such statute does not
contemplate the filling of a racawny its
the office, but the exigency intended to
be met by it presupposes that office is
aircady filled by an incumbent officer, or
will be filled in the constitutional way
and it undertakes simply to supply a
competent person temnporarily to per-
form the official duties of that office.
Even in the absence of such a statute,
trial courts with criminal jurisdiction
have an inherent power, in the exercise
of such jurisdiction, to appoint some
suitable person to represent the inter-
ests of the,State temporarily during the i
absence orf inability to act of the officer
whose official duty it is to so represent
tne State's interests.
5. At the common law to be the pri-
vately retained counsel for the prose-
cuting private individual was not recog-
nized as a disqualification of such at-1
torney for conducting the prosecution"
on behalf of the crown. Section 1354
Revised Statutes, providing for the ap-
pointment by Circuit Judges of tem-
porary acting State Attorneys does not:
prescribe any other qualification or di:s-
qualification for such temporary prose-
cutor than that he shall be a imemlber of
the bar: and if he has been duly sworn
as such acting State Attorney, as pro-
vided by the statute, the fact that he
may have been privately retained by
the prosecuting witnesses to prosecute
tire ease does not render him ineligible
to represent the interests of the State,
in such prosecution in the capacity of
acting State Attorney, nor will it viti-
ate an indictment signe-d by himl us
such acting State Attorney.
6. Under an indictment charging sim-
ply foer*t'1, no conviction for till ',c:r'
of the forged document. tan he ha.l.
7. Where refusals to give tw->' o r more
separate Instructions containing dis-
tinct propositions ol aIw at,- '-inlmrac. d
in one genei-al exception, the i xceil i',n-
thus taken is not available before the
appellate court if any one of such
charges was properly refused.
Judgment reverse(l.
M. D. Price. for plaintiff in error;
William P1. Lamar, Attorney-General,
for the State.

If a child has a bad smelli:;g breath,
if it hablitually picks its noae. if it is
cross and nervous, if it does not sleep
soundly, if it is hollow-eyed, if it has
a pale. bloodless complexion, if it is;
growing thin and lifeless, give it Moth-
er's Worm Syrup and you will rem'noe
the cause of its distress quickly. Then
will its little cheeks get red and rosy.
its appetite and digestion improve, and
its health be better. Price only 2.-5
cents. No other worm-killer so ef-




The above portrait is that of
Countess Mogelstud, of Chica-
go, III., whose gratitude for the
benefit received from the use of
Dr. Miles' Nervine prompted
her to make this statement:
"It affr L.; me great pleasure to add
my t :-.t!!":; n tO' the vr-y excellent
nmriu tf Dr. Mil's'Ncrvine. Aith ough
1 am p:..t "', scars c1 a? I lind it
se,>'::s l;;te tred br.i;., uit. -' s the irri-
I never fc(l cI 't.-'nte'lt v.-.l-,,t a ; ottle
of it I the h'i. *:." Graef:! yours,
CulK;: '''AN.1 IA: A,
Couit!.s i _I clzLitud.

Mis' Nervine
is a nerve tonic and strength-.
builder that starts right in re-
storing health immediately.
Sold by all Druggists.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
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-he Requirements

of the Occasion

11 receive prompt attention when en-
tbisted to us.
4Ve will take entire charge as soon as
notified of death and make all arrange-

nients for, and conduct


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Charges are moderate.
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The Wesleyan Methodists of Tallahassee have
preaching services every Sunday at II a. m. and
7:30 p. m Sablth school at 9:3 a m. n:
(c-lts nice:ins at( 6:1plx m.; regular midweek
pItyer service on Thursday evening at 7 0' clock.
Ev rybooy welcome.
4m Rev. F. E. FITCH, P. C.

T. S. E. Railroad

Wri run a passenger train every
week except Sunday.
Schedule effective April 1, 1901.
Read down.

day In the

Read up.

4:00 p. m. I Lv.... Wacissa.... Ar. a. m. 9:15
5:15 p. m. Ar..Tallahassee...Lv. la. m. 8.100
Si Bell Air Crossing)
Tickets will be for sale at Dr. Lewis' Drug
Store. Thomas City, and at the train twenty
ntnutes before leaving.
for information as to.freight or express, apply
tr Dr. Lewis, agent, or Capt. Thomas, conduct.
toH at train.
Hack will meet train at Bell Air losing, and

Seeds 4kke
I good croo V good
crops make ore c .
S toomers-o e-lh ye ar the
crops and c-u uta-rs hav
grown greateL ThTat'. the
secret of the~ erry fae .
S lore Ferry' eeis mi ,l |
and sown tha; t4"11tio-er
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The landlord did not make his ap-
pearance on the next morning until
nearly ten o'clock; and then he looked
like a man who had been on a debauch.
It was eleven before Harvey Green
came down. Nothing about him indi-
tated the smallest deviation from the
most orderly habit. Clean shaved, with
fresh linen, and a face, every line of
ihich was smoothed into calmness, he
looked as if he had slept soundly on a
quiet conscience, and now hailed the
new day with a tranquil spirit.
The first act of Slade was to go be-
hind the lbar and take a stiff glass of
brandy andl water; the first act of
Green to order beefsteak and coffee for
his hrleaklifast. I noticed the meeting
between the two men, on the appear-
ance of (rten. There was a slight re-
serve on the part of Green, and an un-
easy iniihTrrassment on the part of
Slade. Not even the ghost of a smile
was visible in either countenace. They
spoke a f .w words together, and then
separaitld as if-from a space of mu-
tual ri'pilsi-in. I did not observe them
again ii icomlpany during the day.
"Tlr,'.I rv(itile over at tWe mill," j
was r'iu'rlk''t by a gentleman with
whom I had some business transac-
tions in the afternoon. He spoke to
a person who sat in his office.
"Ah! what's the matter?" said the
ether. w
"All the hands were discharged at
noon. and the mill shut down."
"How comes that?"
"They've been losing money from
the start."
"Rather bad practice, I should say."
"It involves some bad practices, no !
"On Willy's part?" |
"Yes. He is reported to have squan-
dered the means placed in his Lands,
after a shameless fashion."
"Is the loss heavy?"
"So it is said."
"How much?"
"Reaching to thirty or forty thou-
and dollars. But this is rumor, and,
of course, an exaggeration."
"Of course. No such loss as that
could have been made. But what was 1
one with the money? How could
Willy have spent it? He dashes about
great deal; buys fast horses, drinks
rather freely and all that; but thirty or
forty thousand thousand dollars could
not escape in this way." -
At the moment a swift trotting horse th
bearing a light sulky and a man, went t
by. of
"There goes young Hammond's three ha
hundred dollar animal." said 'the last
"It was Willy llammrop 's yeste-dny. si
But there has been a change of owner-
ship since then; I happen to know."
"Yes. The man Green, who h 1;- ,I,.'
loafing about. Codarville for:' '.-
fevw years---s:ft(r no g(o'.! i i .'.'
believe-came into po-."
"Ah! Willy must be v '-
ed. Does the possessioTI ,
object so 'soon bring s.t !. .. I
"There is something :,: I -
eirstood about the trans,.t on. 1 :wv
r*. Hammond during the iorenoon,
ad he looked terribly distressed."
"The embarrassF. 2 condition o'
things at the mill re:,dily accounts fo.-
"True; but I think there are eaise:-
ot trouble beyond the mere embarrass-
"The dissolute, spendthrift habits of
his son," was suggested. "These are
ufficient to weigh down the father's
pirits-to bow him to the very dust."
"To speak out plainly." said the
other, "I am afraid that the young
man adds another vice to that of drink-
lug and idleness."
"There is little doubt of it in m:
mind. And it is further my opinion
that his fine horse, for which he.paid
three hundred dollars only a few days
ago0, has passed into the hands-of this ce
Ban Green in payment of a debt con-
tracted at the gaming table."
"You shock me. Surely, there can be
1o grounds for such a belief."
"I have, I am sorry to say, the grav-
st reasons for what I allege. That ,

Green is a professional gambler, who t
Uas attracted here by the excellent y
tOmpany that assembled at the'Sickle t
Uad Sheaf' in the beginning of the lazy
Miller's pauper-making experiment, I
40 not in the least question. 'Grant t
this, and take into account the fact f(
that young Hammond has been much
1I his company-,and you have sulnd-
dent cause for the most disastrous ef-
"If this be really so," observed the Mi
tntlemnun, over whose face a shadow O
S concern darkened, "then Willy Ham- .t
6,ond ,.y not be his only victim." '
"And is not, you may rest assured. .r
If runn' he true, other of our promis- ;
t1 young raon are being drawn into
wthe hiri;n' crcles that narrow down r
toward a vorle:e of ruin."





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seated. It may wear I

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fortify the system
further attacks. If
runi down or emaci
should certainly I
nourishing food m4
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In corroboration of this. I mention makes kidneys and bladder right.
e conversation I had held with one
th> frequenters of Slade's bar room, Foley's Honey and T
tlis very subject; and also what I
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* man, who bad ', .' l.w-.n
g quietly in a cl... -, AT:o.ut ,.
mn :g as he c'Yd -
-if'ul heave..! m :-m,
";1, 't), 2-. : ; [. o ih'
-" I .:: ,, ; ,
,doors tV :'.. ,
ickle :ii: .
the ::;
Nid.I was the s J -
w what ".

lie liLr'rty t .

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No Civil
he rigl~t -
eat or dril':
:tI~~ ,nav :-
ated l'vrv,
~d peirsons frontii
'd a.-C. ,011l'*
.ki:!g shop.
I -d, ia f', '
do- Sriot .,
ion good,"'

)one den"Y~
p'ally C(.uiie
Ios for the i. ~

(rs. at ti.* :',' '
rs them? 1: : o
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's-but-but-it is -roing too f.,
;islite on what we are to eat ar('
It is opening too wide a doo- -
nai, :-1 oppression. We must in- .
te temperance as a right principle.
must teacn our children the evils
temperanrce, and send them out
'he -'r"nl ::s 'racti'-l to'-ci -. 'i
virtue .-i. srn f.. f -' ('
the reform beci.' :
ie'v y t.' -, .
, for (o. e will < i -
- ." :

little va!~e, my friend, will h'-.
* too many cases., vr- .. -ts.
aptati)nT inv.t:'s 5 (n Z ,, -
cv:.ry sten of thri: v :-. i:,';c 1
Thousands hav. f,'-',** th ".-
are now tottering. s.-w' t' t a...
soilns are not sa.';; .: ;. ine.
cannot te!I the day -or th:; hor;r
they may weak yk .I L tWiret
ration of some co n':ion:. ir.d
the wide open door of '-ri'i. Ard
e wise and od citizens. to co1m-
_)n Ren to do th': 'evil wok'L-, of cn-
ent- to encourage is-tr to et
In corrupting ard destiro- I.. oiu-r
ren? To hesitate over some vague
'of human liberty where th3 ~w'vord
ong us, slaying our best and dear-
Sir! while you hold hbac'l from
rork of staying the flood th.':t is

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for childrcf,safe,szre. No opiates.

.... c .. .LL TONICS.

I tie Water

"'h to drink. The much
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's knows what he is
Ih''h is added to the water
-1 iood. Do you know
: it?

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p. 'rity to recommend
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wei k. Our .

An.Ain tn n r fhreinr P~inth~ew.

FRIDAY, FEBRUA Y 14, 1902. 7

"Twice within a week I have seen
them going there," was answered.
"Good heavens! No!"
"It is true, my friend. But who is
safe? If we dig pits, and conceal
them from view, what marvel if our
own children fall therein?"
"My sons going to a tavern?" The
man seemed utterly confounded. "How
can I believe it? You must be in error,
"No. What I tell you is the simple
truth. And if they go there--'
The man paused not to hear the con-
clusion of the sentence, but went hast-
ily from the office.
"We are beginning to reap as we
have sown," remarked the gentleman,
turning to me as his agitated friend
left the office. "As I told them in the
commencement it would be, so it is
happening. 't ne want of a good tavern
in Cedarville was over and over again
alleged as one of the chief causes of
our want of thrift, and when Slade
opened the 'Sickle and Sheaf' the man
was almost glorified. The gentleman
who has just left us failed not in lauda-
tion of the enterprising landlord; the
more particularly, as the building of
the tavern advanced the price of
.gro-. ., n thi street, and made him a
fe-- rd dollars richer. Really, for
a I. -, e mi'git have thought, from
"th1 way ico 'le ent on, that Simon
Slade was going t make every man's
fortune in C('arville. IBut all that has
I_ en gained by a small advance in
S";erty is as a grain of sand to a
mr'urta'n, cojn.ain-d with the fearful
IT -'Oizition that has followed."
readily a'ser'td to this, for I had
in, rq-. s,,(n enough to justify the con-
A1. I s:,. in the bar-room of th'e
"Siele a,.1 CThe:tf" that evening, I no-
ticed, soon after *ne lamps were light-
ed, the gertleman referred to in the
.bove cwrveisation, whose sons were
","' .('eted as visitors to the bar, come
in oqietly, anrd look anxiously about
th- room. Hie s:-oke to no one, and,
;'ft h mself that those he
s, ...: rot there, went out.
"V"hat sent him here, I wonder?"
niv',,. rod Sladce. speaking partly to him-
scl, ard artly aside to Matthew, the
"^f e the boys, I suppose," was

"1 .-'.-s the boys are old enough to
ta.l:-' cae of themselves."
"'"hhey ought to be," returned Mat-
"And are," said Slade. "Have they
L;er. h' re this evening?"
"NIo. not yet."

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While they yet talked together, two
young men whom I had seen on the
night before, and noticed particularly
as showing signs of intelligence and re-
spectability beyond the ordinary visi-
tors at a bar room, came in.
"John," I heard Slade say, in a low,
confidential voice, to one of them,
"your old man was here just now."
"No!" The young man looked start-
led-almost confounded.
"It's a fact. So you'd better keep
(Continued next week.)
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' Say! I Keep Everythingm4
U uni.1y hold in a fii.t-,l,.s (,.,p ,il Mor l at,.di- Store, eind
n>3 itt( k is all fe-h anid go, di--none of xour old, shop worn
*. stuft, Lut evrx thing slr'
+ Dry Coods, Clothing, Bcots, Shocs
4 Icaittle btat. If 3(u vi',t netitling at-ylhsh and good.
*0 givemie a call. Then, if )ou are alter . .
* >
:Staple and Fancy Groceries'
0- Hardf'vare, Family Drugs-, Notions or a,,vthinig ie-ledl in th
4- best itgulated family, jut see me,. because I sell it for leh4
than the other fellow.

0. 3Am also Wholesale Dealer in Florida
4-* Syrup, the Le-t on the muaiketL.
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Between New lyork,'Tamp: Atlanta, New Orleanx, and points south an .
Schedule Effective December I. 1901.
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L~v P'etersburg~. _V112pin :1 ISpin 77-o'. G ..
Lv ~ ~ ~ ~ 1- worjia. 45 ___ pit ~ Lv Augii-ta.. C& W C t~~
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Lv Raleigh., 9' : i 7 )19111 ..~ *2 57
Lv Southern Pinesi. :'1111 11111' r ~re to, 5u
Lv Halekt. :' I 11;iij l:,i 1311'11 r 4 .I t 'r. "7 'o'
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Ar ~av'antah 121'' l(f) tw 440 .-1-1 '.~ ~ -
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Ar Moiktlfnn'rv It W1- 6:10 lt Il Nipn A r Richmmid. "6T:.
Ar Mobile. I, !-'N-......25- :1 ailAr Wit-hington. W 9 Ry ...141141,
Ar New Orleas, 1' (A- N ......1 7 l it tn..... .... Ar l Bfintlmre P RB U...... It :X)
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Jacksonville and T'
No. 46 Floridai aj
Jacksonvillo and \U
No. 38 conned
8.:0 a. m. Pullmal
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Floridaand Metropolitan limited, Pullman Buffet Sleeper b.t. ,: ,t
ew York, via Rihennodil aid Va i1inugtI. l)ty co.tchesn letw en
pa. Train 31 al-o ld Atlantic Fast M'iil. Day coaches, mail. b eagage and expr -ss ea, I
ashingtn, and Pullman sic -perr lietween lacksonville and New York.
's at Say iunah with a new train over Se.iboari to a rive Mottg'nnery i'
Drawing Buflet sleepers Savannah to Munttouiery; also immediate ,n *";
ith ( central of Georgi! for Macon, Augusta, Atianta, Column is, Birmin .

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No. 15 connei ts at Starke for La"rosse, Alachua, Wil'eford, Wannee and intermedi.t i-
and at Archer with. 4arty Inrd lBranch.
Steamers for Key] est and Havanna--Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays and Thiur- -
1 00 p. I n
Nos. 2 and 1, sle r between New Orleans and Jackso ville.
Full information t City Ticket Office. Phlione .4. R P. lopkins, Agent. f
JAs. M. IKR, E. E 1. HUNCH, A. 0. VACI)O Fi.' t
Ist V.-P. &. M.. Gen. Pas. Agent. Ass.(;e. I': <
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Serviceable Shoes,' comfortable shoes,
low priced shoes, the kind that will fit
every pocket book, as well as every
foot. Children's shoes from 25 cents
to $1.50. Ladies' shoes from 75 cents
to $2.50. Men's shoes from $1.00 to
$3.00. I make low priced shoes a
specialty, and guarantee satisfaction.
My prices are money savers.











THE WL TAT;AITFAI3SIWANI puflylI' ~U4~149 100O, -.. f

A Grared Opening

A OGorio s Opportunity

A Smilln


You'll be astonished!


-D4val Brothers' New S Ore.

In making our bow to e purchasing public, we do so feeling that we are prepared to offer a high class of merchandise (inferior grades will have no place
in our store), by reason of o spot cash method of doing business, at prices that will surprise you. You must see the quality of our goods to appreciate our low

pc We are receiving daily 4he newest and prettiest lines of early Spring Goods, and when you want the latest styles and lowest prices, you can always get them at
our store. We will show you a complete assortment from January to December.

flen's Suits Men's Furnishings... Men's hits
It's the new ideas in Neckwear and the other little nice-
They are cut as they should be, made to fit, served with ties that you expect to finding the up-to-date store. We It is not fair totakefor granted that because our shirt
sThey are atherI not the lowest have them in nice variety and latest styles prices are lov the goods are under standard grades. Nor
regard to wear rather than cheapness. It is noi e wss it wise to' keep on paying more without sampling our
price clothing you can buy, but it j absolutely the best that FrOiI 5 cents up values. ;
can be bought for the money. SwAit shop stuff has no place legant Line oupf Neglig
in our line. New line of flannel nuits and worsteds, $3.75 And they are worth double the money. An lega nt Line. of
andup. I-I50 cents and up.
and up. IllIllWork Shirt, splendid values, 25 cents and up.
"- ___III Laces, Embroideries and "

Hosiery Bargains... Handkerchiefs- Overalls and Jackets
The buyer who imagines that all sellers get the same prices
Are you satisfied with your hosiery? Though we aim to for laces is wrong. It would be strange if such were the A fine line Union made good for working men. Prices
start each style of hosiery with thi lowest priced goods that case, when candid buyers admit that they cannot teller ght.
are of a satisfactory quality, we io not sell trash. We do values precisely. a i g i
not sell "bag foot" here. We dp not sell seconds. If a Look at our line of
stocking is not seamless we do not call it seamless. Our Laes 2 cents and up I S es tS. .
goods are better values in your.bands than they are on ue have them, in all the new styles, shapes and shades,
paper. Good, shapely hose, 10 cents and up. Hadkerchiefs 5 cents and up. ranging in rice from 50 cents up.

Domestics... Our Grocery Department... Working Men's Shoes
Domestcs... "!Is teeming with values
I11 pnds green cfeeg od ) We want jo call special attention to our line of Working
Sea Islands, Brown Shirtings, Sheetings, Pillow Casings, 11 pounds Arbuckle coffee forod) .......1 00 Men's hos, made from Western Grain Stock. Areabso-
Checks and Plaids. The prices on these goods are daily 22 pounds rice for...................................1 00 e ts feature o our store your attent on enough
advancing, but this lot we bought at bargains, before the Look through and price our line of Groceries, to examine into the material and workmanship of these
advance, and are selling them the same way. Cigars, Tobaccos, Snuffs, Etc. Working Men's Shoes.

If you are looking-for serviceable. seasonable goods at real money DUV A BIOHTH BI1 I
saving prices, it will y you to see VL 1I




If You Don't Find It Here Look

The Lenten season began on the 12th,
which was Ash Wednesday.
This is Stf-Valentine's Day, and all
sorts of valentines have been sent and
Mr. M. Broome, a Quincy knight of
the grip, was here Wednesday inter-
viewing our business men.
Mr. Henry Raker, a prominent farm-
er and tax assessor of Wakulla county,
made a business trip to the Capital City
Mr. Adolph Ullman, a popular travel-
ing man, and representative of Ullman
& Co., of Cincinnati, spent a couple .-f
days in Tallahassee this week.
The winter social season will soon be
over, but the time for ice cream festi-
vals, picnics and fishing parties is fast
drawing near. There is always some-
thing in sight for the entertainment of
Tallahassee's young people.

Coughs cured quickly by Foley's
Honey and Tar. Refuse substitutes.
+ 4+
The new capitol will be a credit to
the State of Florida, but it is to be
hoped that the bunding will not be con-
sidered completed until proper sanita-
tion is effected.
Two old-time darkies died on the out-
'skirts of Tallahassee this week, from
old age. They were each past seventy
years of age, but claimed to be over one
hundred years old.

An adjourned meeting of Leon Camp
U-. 16-.3 -3-16& -.,& M. 04% -'&

Our far
their spril
best advi(
Mr. Hin
of the 1l
making it
business I
The m4
trance to
placed in:
south win
going fori
rial can b
The hoi
on every
will be a
ment lool
The Ta
erection o
dences int
some of
a few col
for rent t
able tenai
Many I
for weekW
is broken
"hold on
worthy a
tons are
in the lal
John A
been in
ness con1
day don'i
need a n<
who may
Leon H
Mrs. Ka
and Misa
ville, Ky
the Capi

cult Coun
ness noa
two day

A. *' I -

per friends are busy with
plowing and planting. The
we can give them now is
In the one word "diversify."
chberg has fitted up the office
Provedo Cigar Factory in a
and comfortable manner,
a very attractive place to do
rble steps 'on the west en-
the State Capitol have been
position, and the walls of the
are almost finished. Work is
rard as rapidly as the mate-
[ obtained.
ses of Tallahassee should be
and the street names placed
corner. When this is done, it
good time to begin a move-
ing to free mail delivery .
lahasseean is informed that
,nts are being made for the
a number of handsome resi-
Tallahassee this season. If
ir moneyed men would build
fortable, low-priced cottages
iey could easily secure desir-
people have been contending
that the "backbone of winter
" King Frost continues to
' however, with a tenacity
better cause, and the indica-
hat he intends to linger coyly
of gentle spring.
# + <
Bishop, of Clearwater, Fla.,
and general manager of the
>e Southeastern railroad, has
illahassee this week on busi-
acted with the road.
on go to the polls next Tues-
forget to vote fdr bonds. We
w burial place for our friends
ake their departure from this
+ +
Saturday's arrivals at the
el were Mrs. Ernest Allis,
> Winston, Mrs. H. P. Luise
Dorothy Winston, of Louis-
They expect to remain in
d City until ApriL
+ +

rill be a very slim docket to
at the next term of the Cir-
of Leon county. All the busi-
in sight can be disposed of in
Still there are several days
-M. A4 ._ ._n r R .n.A mw

Sanitary Officer Papi has beeH doing
some good work on Pensacola -street,
between Boulevard and Brunead. He
has been putting in rock walls and
wooden troughs, and will soon grade
the thoroughfare.
+ +1
In the regular municipal election
next Tuesday the inspectors are John
'1. Costa, P. D. Demilly and H. T. Da-
mon. For the special bond election the
inspectors are R. L. Collins, L. E.
Cohen and Jos. Duncan.
The municipal election occurs next
Tuesday for the election of a mayor and
other city officers. At the same time
the question of issuing bonds for the
purchase of a new cemetery will be
voted on. Every qualified voter who
has the interests of the city at heart
should go to the polls and cast his bal-
lot. You can't be a good citizen unless
you vote.

Panacea Springs

Thirty-six miles south of Tal-
lahassee, on the C. T. & G. rail-
road. These well-known springs
can boast of the

inest Quail Shooting

In this part of the State--14 to
15 coveys in one day being no
exception. The numerous lakes,
which are now low, furnish
magnificent trolling for

SpeckSed Trout,
Black Bass, Bream,

Pickerel, etc. Fine duck and
goose shooting .when weather
is suitable. Write or telegraph
and tram car will meet train.

E. W. EPPES, Manager,

Te Best Pescrlptlom for Maiz ra
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Gaovi'e TAsm-
Lmn CHILL Tomc. It is simply iron and quinine
in a tastelesm form. No cure. No pay. Price 5oe.

The Hunting Season

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

carry a
line of
and are

Hardware, Stoves
H aters, Banges, and all kinds
of Cook ing Utensils. Get a Wil
son Heater for your bath room.
By its use you are made comfor-
table. and the danger from sick-
nces entirely removed.

I roro &a aiCo.


F. C. Corsets

m a

trial if corset i

I e
We have
them in all
styles and
shapes to it
every figure,
and every
corset is sold
under this
most liberal
W arrant-
"Money re-
funded after
four weekha


wa I


press Lumber Co.,



Cypress singles, Doors, Sash and Blinds

We a



The best
Oyster Supl
taurant. If
oysters raw,
the half she)
We offer th
most desiral
the oysters.,
The oysters


ings and Interior finish of all descriptions.
e prepared to fill orders on short notice.
for prices.

Tanks and Vats a Specialty.



t ing on earth is an
r at Gregory's Res-
ryou want the best of
tewed, fried, or on *
let us serve you.
1 selected from the
be fields. We watc-h
d watch our stock.
tre always fresh and

*$ity Restau
iH. L. GREGORY, Prop.


W are strictly "in:it,"
And what we- wa is o have yooathe !proceemson andTderiveyoursharof&'
benefit that accrqe from constant dealing with us. We :do not believe. in e o S
always blowing; one'a Iglhar'S rWe carry a Cr imPle
_f" Iilllli 5 stock of every line 11

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