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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: March 21, 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: VID00089
Source Institution: University of Florida
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AJOHN T P IIshr an Propretor.1881.
JOHN C. TRICE. P.uplisher and Proprietor.





Ex-Governor Deii ered One of

His Usually RHppy Talks


Addresses of Welco0e to the Chris-
tian Endea zrers.

The annual convent on of the Florida
State Christian Endeqvor held in this
city last week was atsuccess in every
respect. Lack of speae prevents a de-
tailed report, but wi publish the ad-
dresses- of welcome by ex-Governor
Bloxham and Mr. H. R. Bennett.-
Friday morning the services in
the church were opened with prayer
by Rev. S. L. McCarty, of this city,
and the address of welcome was made
by ex-Governor Bloxham, who spoke
tn part as follows:
"The pleasing task has been assign-
ed me of bidding welcome to the rep-
resentatives of that great inter-denom-
inational association, the Christian
Endeavor. In extending them a warm
welcome to 'tanahasiee, I but give ex-
pression to the ardefst sentiments anr'
enthusiastic promptihgs of our entire
"No association could be more
worthy of a cordial welcome. In two
decades, springing (rom a single so-
ciety in a single denomination, it now
numbers its membership by the mil-
lion, and its vast international work is
felt in every clime, "and ith literature
read wherever the language of civiliza-.
tion is spoken.
"I+ demonstrates the power of organ-
ization moving upon' elevated planes of
thought, where church loyalty and
Christian liberty, denominational feal-
ty and inter-denomioational fellowship
move hand in hand.-
"It meets the twentieth century as
a great religious force, causing de-
nominations to allay differences in the
cross, and illuminating the pathway of
humanity, with the* gorgeous rays of
"It awakens in its membership of
millions a deeper interest in a broader
and more vigorous Christianity, that
teaches to work as well as to worship.
"Leckey tells us that the. first desire
Sof the human heart is to find some-
thing oB which to lean. Man, minc
aroused to Ais immnortal attributes,
cannot stand alone,, when he finds his
Very soul crying out with Carlyle,
'Whence, and oh, Heaven! whither!'
"The Christian Endeavor, in unison
with all christendomP, points for an an-
swer to the Biblq. The Bible-that
luminous 'Window in the prison of
hope,' through which all can look for
eternity-that great telescope, ordain-
ed of Heaven, to reveal to human vis-
ion the unspeakable glories of a fu-
ture world.
"Your vast working membership can
stimulate and send a thrill of triumph
through every fibre of human effort,
in its grand mission of enthroning true
pietyand exalted patriotism, and thus
elevate the standard of our civic duties,
and the purification of governmental
"We all rejoice in an opportunity of
welcoming the representatives of an as-
sociation, encompassing results.fraught
with such tremendous possibilities
upon the future of the human race.
".lay your visit heore' be garlanded
by every joy, may your labors
ed by the richest fruitage. Welcome!
"Endeavorers in the cause of Christ,
we welcome you. We are glad to have
you here. to learn of you more of the ac-
tive service we owe to our Master, to
receive of you sliiritual strength and
"Looking upon this assemblage, this
company of bright, earnest faces so full
of health, strength and youthful vigor,
glowing with purpose. power and prom-
is": I am awed with the thought of the
infinite possibility for good there is
S among you. Representative of hun-
dreds more like '.you throughout- the
S State, and of thousands multiplied into
millions all over'the civilized world,
what cannot you Christian Endeavor-
, ers accomplish in His almighty name?1

The two most significant traits in
human life are those expressed by the
words written on our banner. The
word 'Christian' signifies all that is
purest, noblest, best in human life. It
represents the trusting, faithful heart,
mercy, humility, self-sacrifice, and the
.' 'love which passeth all understanding.
it holds up to our. view the ideal of per-
S fet life, the model which the Father
gave uis direct from his throne on high
each step in the approximation of
which lifts from earth and its limita-
tions toward divinity and its glories.
"'Endeavor' signifies .these ideals
and perfections made active and effec-
ive. It signifies both being and doing-
as tar as we may-like Christ, as he
' would have us to be and to do. This
means that the young Christian has
said, 'Lord, what wilt thou have me to
do?' That 'he Jath confirmed the


i moves every tainting or corrupting
element. "Golden Medical Discovery"

contains no alcohol, wnisKy or otner
intoxicant and no narcotic.
Mrs. Emma Tuten, widow of James
Tuten, died in this city Wednesday,
and was buried Thursday. Deceased
was over sixty years old, and had a
large number of friends. Remains were
interred in the city cemetery, the fun-
eral being in charge of Undertaker
Rozear. Funeral services were con-
ducted by Rev. J. B. Ley. The pall-
bearers were John T. Costa, W. F.
Quaile, W. A. Demilly, J. W. Collins, C.
Algero and Thos. Costa.

The ladies are getting ready for Eas-
icr, and if the day is favorable there
V'Il be a display of hats, b"nnxets and
dresses that will not only be the
cyn .sure of all eyes, but will cause
many a husband and father to groan
heun the bills are presented. Easier
only comes once a year, however, and
we can't get along without the beanti
fut E-,ster goods.




Three Hundred Sacks Were A Puzzling Political Question

Taken in Jacksonville


in Washington


The Fertilizer was not Marked as Both are Working for Nomination by

Required by Law.

long lives of limitless possibilities for
good before you. SQme good deed,
some noble act done every day by ev-
ery Endeavorer-millions of Endeavor-
ers and twice ten thousand* days allot-
ted to each. What a spectacle for an-
gels to smile upon! And each of these
acts of love a seed to grow and blossom
through all eternity!
"There is a place for the mere dream-
ers, there is a place in God's plan for
the man or woman of mere force; but,
oh! how God wants, how our country
needs men and women of the noblest
ideals and of the courage and force to
make these ideals effective in uplift-
ing business, political and social life!
Shall our glorious civilization of this
twentieth century fall like that of the
mighty republics of old and-ages of
darkness again enwrap the earth?
The answer is with the Christian
Endeavorers, the Epworth Leaguers,
the mighty companies enroll-
ed under the banners of the several
societies of young people dedicated to
the cause of Christ. God alone knows,
but in your hands are the possibilities
of the future, on your heads the re-
"Stand to your Christian ideals,
young man, young woman, and as you
take up the duties of life, stamp indel-
libly upon the laws of the land, its
political, business and social institu-
tions, the imprint of those ideals.
"One who has carefully recorded his
observations among many hundred
Christians finds that one-half were con-
verted to Christ between the ages of 16
and 18, and 94 per cent. between the
ages of 9 and 25. The criminal sta-
tistics are startlingly similar. One-
half the known criminals were identi-
fied with the court between the ages of
16 and 18 and nearly all between the
ages of 9 and 25.
"In the light of these facts, the oppor-
tunity of these young people's-. Chris-
tian societies becomes more impressive.
All but a very small per centage of
those who accept Christ and are iden-
tified with that nobler life for which
His name stands, and practically all
who become confirmed criminals, take
the decisive step during the years in
which they would, if at all, engage in
active participation in the work of
these societies.
"Here is a lesson too significant to be
lightly considered. The strength and
nobility of our future citizenship is
measured largely by the rank of such
societies as ours. Let our influence be
to enlist the young manhood and wo-
manhood of our country under the ban-
ner of Christ. Thus will our ideal re-
public be realized in which every man
is a king, and Christ is the Kink of
"Again let me say you are welcome.
May every hour of your stay be rich
with pleasure and inspiration. -May
the bright glow which shall emanate
from this conference be reflected ever
more and more in the lives 'of the
young people of our town, and of the
State, showing them and leading them
in the way of purity and Christian en-
deavor. May you go from us with more
of the Holy Spirit than ever before.
The more you take from us, the more
you leave with us. In the name of the
Tallahassee Society of Christian En-
deavor, welcome!"
Responses were made by E. S. Tp-
ham, of South Lake Weir, Fla., in be-
half of the State Union, and Clarente
E. Eberman, Boston, on behalf of the
International Union. The day was
taken up with praise service, reports,
addresses and other matters pertain-
ing to the convention.
is very careful about her churn. She
Sscalds it thoroughly after using, and
gives it a sun bath to sweeten it. She
knows that if her churn is sour it will
taint the butter that is made in it. The
stomach is a churn. In the stomach
and digestive and nutritive tracts are
performed processes which are exactly
akin to the churning of butter. Is it
not apparent then that if this stomach
churn is "sour" it sours all which is put
into it? The evil of a foul stomach is
not the bad taste in the mouth and the
ftuld breath caused by it, but the cor-
ruption of the pure current of the
blood and the dissemination of disease
throughout the body. Dr. Pierce's
* Golden Medical Discovery makes the
sour stomach sweet. It does for the
stomach what the washing and sun
Sbath do for the churn-absolutely re-

Their Party.

Washington, March 17.-What are
the actual relations between Mr. Roose-
velt and Senator Hanna? That is the
most puzzling political question of the
t[ur in Washington. Mr. Roosevelt
is now an avowed candidate for the
Presidential nomination of his party,
and Senator Hanna is generally be-
lieved to be working secretly to build
up a following in order to get that
nomination himself. That would natu-
rally make the men antagonistic to
each other. But within the last three
or four days the two men have held
t#o long secret conferences at the
fhite House, and the politicians are
gassing at what it means.
fore Mr. Roosevelt had a chance to
saake hands with himself over his suc-
cess in getting the kickers against his
Cuban policy in the House licked into
submission-the licking has been ad-
ministered, but they are still dickering
over the terms of surrender-he is
met by the announcement that there
is to be a similar revolt in the Senate,
led by Burrows, of Michigan, who
claims to have the pledges of eighteen
other Senators to stand by him in pre-
venting any legislation for Cuban re-
ciprocity by the Senate.
Representative Cochran, of Missouri,
made a ringing speech in the House on
the policy of this government toward
the Boers and especially on Secretary
Hay's refusal to ask for passports for
Rev. Hiram W. Thomas and his wife,
who were selected to distribute funds
contributed in Illinois for the suffering
Boer women and children. Of Mr. Hay's
action, Mr. Cochran said: "And now
it has come to pass, when the wails ol
the suffering wives and children of the
heroic Boers are borne to our ears by
every gale,provoking a responsive chord
in the hearts of sympathetic people
throughout the world, and they are
willing to relieve the sufferings of these
unfortunates, that our Secretary of
State discovers some rule of interna-
tional law that shuts the mouths of
merey and palsies the hand of charity
(Ae*ocratic applause). Shame upon
tMhi farce! Shame upon this hippo-
drome by which the American republic
is yoked in the companionship of this
infamous power and made to seem to
be a conservator of the brutal hand of
tnis conquering army. Shame upon the
cowardice of the American people in
permitting it, and every day I say, 'How
long, 0 Lord, how long?"'" (Demo-
cratic applause.) The Democrats com-
pelled the Republicans of the House ti
vote for the resolution calling on Sec-
retary Hay for an explanation of his
refusal to accede to such a humane and
reasonable request.

Texas, started the agitation for a cau-
cus and secured the necessary number
of signers to a petition asking that it be
The members of the new Democrqtic
Congressional Campaign Committee
did not organize at the meeting held
several days ago, but decided, after a
more than two hours' discussion of the
outlook, to postpone organization two
weeks, in order that more time could be
given to the selection of a chairman.
It was the general sentiment of the
members of the committee that with
good management the Democrats can
elect a majority of the next House, and
that the good ma iagement would not
be lacking.
A number of good speeches against
the ship subsidy bill, which was passed
by the Senate today, were made by
Democratic Senators during the past
week, and the most of them will doubt-
less be widely circulated as campaign
literature during the coming congres-
sional campaign. Senator McLaurin,
of Mississippi. represented general
Democratic sentiment when he said
that he was as anxious as- any- Repub-
lican Senator to rehabilitate the Ameri-
can merchant marine, but he should
rather not see one stained with the
taint of money which did not legiti-
mately belong to its owners.
Thanks to the energy of Repiesenta-
tive De Graffenreid, of Texas, a single
bill providing Statehood for the terri-
tories of Arizona, New Mexico, and
Oklahoma, has been favorably reported
to the House by the committee on terri-
tories, and will be pushed through if
possible, although the attitude of prom-
inent Republican Senators makes it
doubtful whether action can be had on
the bill in the Senate.
Representative Jenkins, of Wiscon-
sin, says that Cuba belongs to the
United States Just the same as Porto
Rico and the Philippines, and that the
administration cannot surrender the
title without .ct of Congress direct-
ing it to do Fhis may be true, but
all the same .,e administration. is pre-.
paring to turn the island over to the
Cuba-is and has not asked Congress
for permission to do so. All this makes
it just possible that Mr. Jenkins does
* not know quite as much as he thinks
he does.
Senator Hanna is openly making his
brags that the Nicaragua canal bill,
which was favorably reported last
week, shall not get voted upon by the
f Senate, owing to his control of a ma-
jority of the Republican "steering"
committee, which will refuse Senator
Morgan's request that time be set fjr
consideration of. the canal. bill. Well,
we shall see.

Yesterday's Jacksonville Metropolis
contained the following, which shows
that State Chemist Rose is keeping a
sharp lookout for violators of the law
in regard to the sale of fertilizers:
Yesterday about 4 p. m.. State Chem-
ist Rose notified the sheriff that he sus-
pected that there was some fertilizer at
the depots here which the owner or
shipper had not complied with the law
in regard thereto. Deputy Sheriff Vin-
zant went on a search and found 300
sacks, about fifteen tons, of cotton seed
meal in a Seaboard Air Line car, which
had been shipped here from Washing-
ton, Ga., to the order of the Southern
Cotton Oil Company, and it did not
have the analysis tagged and stamped
as the law directs, and it was seized ani
transported to a warehouse and sam-
ples taken from the sacks and sent to
Tallahassee for analysis, with the par-
ticulars of seizure. The sheriff will
await further orders from Commission-
er McLin.
The sheriffs authority, as well as the
law, was on file, and read as follows:
Tallahassee, Fla., March 5, 1902.
Hon. John Price, Jacksonville, Fla.:
Dear Sir-I hereby hand you another
copy of the fertilizer laws, and espe-
cially call your attention to the duties
of sheriffs in enforcing the laws. The
season is now well on for fertilizer and
cotton seed meal to be shipped into our
State. Please see to it, as it is your
duty to do so, that no fertilizer or cot-
ton seed meal is sold or handled by any
person in your county that has not its
guaranteed analysis and State tax
stamp attached. It is your duty to at-
tach all such goods. Advise each of
your deputies on this matter. Make no
exceptions; all must comply alike. At-
tach in every case where you find goods
not properly tagged and stamped. Ad-
vise this office promptly of any goods
found not having complied with the
Very truly yours,
B. E. McLIN,
Commissioner of Agriculture.


President of the G. F. & A. Railroad
Talks in Jacksonville.
Mr. J. P. Williams, president of the
Savannah Cotton Exchange, and of the
J. P. Williams Company, returned to
that city yesterday from South Georgia,
where he has been looking after the in-
terests of the Georgia, Florida and Ala-
bama railroad, of which he is also pres-
ident. Mr. Williams, according to the
Savannah News, is pleased, with the
progress being made on the line, and
the near approach of its completion to
Owing to the floods in that section,
some apprehension was felt for the
safety of the company's bridge over
Flint river. The bridge has the finest of
masonry, and its structural parts are
of the best and strongest materials.
Unless a flood out of the, ordinary
comes, the bridge is not apt to suffer
any damage.
Mr. Williams states that the high
waters will, in all probability, interfere
with the movement of both lumber and
naval stores, as railroad traffic has al-
ready been interrupted on some lines.
During his trip Mr. Williams saw some-
thing of the tobacco interests along the
line of his railroad, and is well pleased
with the outlook for the development
of this industry.-Jacksonville Metrop-
The telegraphic market quotations
yesterday were:
Long cotton, 21 to 23 cents.
Short cotton, 7% to 8% cents.
Flour, $4 to $5.
Meal, sack, $1.65.
Corn, 82 tq 85 cents per bushel.
Rice, 3% to 6 cents per pound.
Rough rice, 75c to $1 per bushel
Oats, 59 to 63 cents per bushel.
Hay, 90 to $1 per 100.
Bacon, 9' to 10%A cents per pound.
Hams, 8% to 12 cents per pound.
Lard, 10' to 10% cents per pound.
Syrup, 25 to 27% cents per gallon.
Honey, strained, 50c per gallon.

The Claytons seem to have stirred up
a lot of nasty gossip in Mexico City.
First, it was Lieutenant Clayton, Jr.,
U. S. A., who was military attache to
the American embassy, who had to be
brought away from there and assigned
to other duties because he had been ex-
pelled from all the clubs and socially
ostracised for having declined to fight
a duel with a Mexican with whom he
had a quarrel,.and now it is Ambassa-
dor Clayton himself who is in hot wa-
ter, and who is likely to be recalled in
disgrace if he cannot fully disprove
the charges filed against him at the
Department of State. He is charged
with being associated with a mining
company and with using his official
position in the interest of that com-
pany, and against rival companies. The
charges are made by Senator Nelson, of
Having failed in its efforts to per-
suade national banks not to take ad-
vantage of the profit offered by the
recent prices of bonds to sell t heir
bonds and reduce their circulation, tue
administration has discontinued the
purchase of bonds, which was a feature
of the last year of Secretary Gage's ad-
ministration of the Treasury Depart-
ment, for fear that trouble would be
caused by a continuance of the reduc-
ion of national bank circulation.
The House Democrats will hold a
caucus this week to consider the atti-
tude of the administration toward the
Boers, who are struggling for the lib-
erty dear to all men, in South Africa,
and to consider what course should be
followed by the Democrats in relation
thereto. Representative Randell, of

."Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough 'and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi-
land, of Armonk. N. Y., "but when all
other remedies failed, we saved her
life with _r. King's New Discovery.
Our neice, who had Consumption in an
advanced stage, also used this wonder-
ful medicine and today she is perfect-
ly well." Desperate throat and lung
diseases yield to Dr. King's New Dis-
covery as to no other medicine on earth.
Infallible for Coughs and Colds. 50c
and $1 bottles guaranteed by all drug-
gists. Trial bottles free.

On Thursday, Friday and Saturday of
last week Tallahassee was visited with
terrific downpours of rain. The rain-
tall on each succeeding day was harder
than the one preceding. That of Sun-
day was the hardest thlt has fallen in
this section in years. It began raining
a little before 10 o'clock, and for five
hours the water came down in torrents.
It is estimated that the precipitation
for four days was in the neighborhood
of eight or ten inches.

"After using a few bottles of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure my w.,e received per-
feet and permanent relief from a severe
and chronic case of stomach trouble,"
says J. R. Holly, real estate, insurance
and loan agent, of Macomb, Ill. "Be-
fore using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she
could not eat an ordinary meal without
intense suffering. She is now entirely
cured. Several physicians and many
remedies had failed to give relief."
You don't have to diet. Eat any good
food you want, but don't overload the
stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will
always digest it for you.

Up to going to press the standing of
the candidates was as follows:
Miss Pearl McCord .............. 907
Miss Octavia Lavender............ 468
Miss Bessie Chandler ............ 138
Miss Fannie Shutan ............. 112
Miss Florence Lewis ............. 102
Miss Bershe Meginniss ........... 61
Miss Gussie Chittenden .......... 42
Miss Nellie Costa.............. 27
Miss Mamie Andrews ............ 27


that blows nobody good is bent on er-
rands of mischief in the fall and win-
ter. It produces that most dangerous
of common complaints, a bad cold.
Your cold will not become bronchitis,
nor consumption if you make timely
use of Allen's Lung Balsam. Take it
frequently until the cough'and the stop-
ped-up feeling in the chest are gone.
Contains no opium and will not disturb

lesson vUjW epared he imp:'r'l i'
interest A?.f -and loved to' vwii1:
whom' hit ai in contact. and so i,':
efficiency i zeal for the Ma.stor"'
cause prc k others to good works.
Broth%,rjCTSd lived to see adul feoo
the all- )i g effects of his labors
and at "i a of seventy-one, it waf.
God's w_$ai' infinite wisdom to cill
him up h4- and feeling that He whc
doeth aU hs well, never errs. we.
bow in ninym submission to the AI-
. May t tle of him who has so.
faithful a ored among us fall upor<
others. 9t ough no longer among
us, he ia -ilth us in his,example ot
faithful ls, upright Sunday school
worker, tad s such we cherish hiE
memory, .
Thereo2ef l a token of our love, es--
teem and in loving memory -
of our worthy brother,
-Reisolv, t, as a Sunday school.
In the l h Brother Charles Child-
we hay# a great loss, and.
while w his departure, and will
MIsS h face among us, we feel

lost Popular Young Lady


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Chair respondent


Mals av e Deluged -Society
an' Mention.

Chaires, &arch 20.-During the
recent heai apip Chaires was almost
Venetian -spect-that of having
her streets Ateia We. do not think it
would be v1r. fr from possible now
to sail in a t' Carrabelle.
Mr. D. F]M erayling, a prominent
Centervilli* f.Arded the swollen
streams Su aiy.and came to see his
daughter atkrsSnipes'.
Miss An i (Aires went to Talla-
hassee Tueky remain till Satur-
day. Whi t Capital City she wilt
be the guest t s. Charley Pearce or.
North Mow t
Miss Anio, lin returned Satur-
day from aur-it ome.
Mrs., B Sunday for her old,
home at oo y to be in attendance
at the bed4*ms sick friend.
Mr. DunEs *WK0 much improved i..
health thae nt to Tallahassee on
Friday an ~ ned until Saturday.
Mr. Har1M n, who operates a
large saw^ r here, was the guest
Sunday of. f" nd, Mr. Mario Chaires
at Mr. Gu person's.
Miss Lo Ig th left last night for
a several visit to Lloyd.
Mr. Geo- rndon and family, of
Tallahasse, mIed to Still Creek last
week via :! r,. He is employed ast
sawyer at glish's mill, his broth-
er, the foao r lawyer, having entered
into a paner t ip with Mr. Mills toc
purchase t 'rick mill at Lloyd:
Mr. Busz 1.of Belair, sent a couple
of wagons e .st Friday for some ot
Mr. Chair f seed cane.
Mr. Bro ~~ o n went over to Capt
Mason's unday morning and.
Drought !Nis ta Hodges over tc.
spend the, a ith Mrs. Fleming at.
the hoteL A
Mr. Ro .. F er came over to the.
village MnL.aInd paid the agent for
a year's psbuption to the popular-
Miss A e lglish was the guest of
Misses Mo pes and Myrtle Gram-
ling fronm fr ay till Saturday af-
ternoon. \
Mrs. J,- M lAterson and Mrs. W. T.
Snipes at, iting in Tallahassee to-
day. --'
With t ~seieption of yesterday the-
eastboun~ nger train have beers
about slx- ua late for several days-
Traveleri: ; .t find it necessary tc
wait at ket s Jon for a train, as wc
now hav ~te rph office. When wr-
get the aqtomi well and electric lightsE
we will li*n feel citified.

The fR4l wI was adopted by the
Sunday t% r of the M. E. Church
South, o0t is ity:
Mr. Ch rfee child was born ;!i Etni.
were E hpip ans. lut in his :.-:;)ii
his conv-,ioy led him to a *,;>-;,
the Meth ,,sfi ith and ho ulnif<.; i B
the chinuro n quite yo~unIt ;:'l I: -
always 1-f^l Ponsistf-nt Chr!.-n:; i:':,
of usefui..$.s.
lie lef lMisI ace of lirth 'pl wi'e''
to the Stt iNew York wh<: ;,<".
seventeen te old and loc(-ifd t.:.'-,
Afterwa-. m Dioved to C(hicio. :u,.
from thml e i Tallahassee aLniu tiif
year 189 *
Immed iel upon resrming h: o<-
ligations t church he fni im:'.;r-. -
ed to takl lgp e duties assig,'.i to Li'
in the vhr~ouabranches of rh, c',iir.."
and SurniaY hool. and .for hi' :^,.<
of fiity- ,!r ,ears he l'as t'ln." 1,, L:
connected s]piupil and tad-h,",. :.-
ways at 1 st except when hinei,-!',
from Prtvale tial causes, and ,*riihi Ti:,










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S Pek, Fla., .-Potmaster J.
P aumn TIted Lloyd hatt Wednesday.
Mr. Holmer Hanks was quite ill
Several day last week.
Mers. George and Willie Baum
Planted cane last week.
Mr. L S. Crump has wired in the
VPl"tation that he bought some time
ago. Now he has a fine pasture for his

Mr. E. L -illingsley made a business
trip to Tallahassee Thursday.
Mr. Murry, of Chicago, agent for the
McCormick Harvesting Machine Com-
pany, visited Peck Thursday. Messrs.
George and Willie Baum purchased a
mower and raee. Now they are pre-
pared for hay making.
Miss .Ellen W. Apthorp's school clos-
ed last Friday. Owing to the bad
weather the .c,.ldren were much disap-
pointed, as they intended having a pic-
nic. We regret very much their disap-
* pointment.
Professor Maddox showed here Mon-
day evening. The attendance was very
small, but nevertheless it seemed to be
enjoyed just the same. The professor
left here for Centerville today, where
he will show tonight.
Mr. W. Milton, of'Miccosuke, was in
our Vicinity Monday.
Mrs. George Smithson, of Black
Creek, visited at the home of Mrs. J. P.
Blaum Monday afternoon.
Messrs. George and Willie Baum
made a business trip to Lloyd Monday
Mrs. H. E. Carmine is on the sick list
this week.
Messrs. George and Willie Baum be-
gan planting corn today.
This sudden cold will prevent the
rapid growth of young vegetables. We
fear the fruit will be injured.
Mr. J. -P. Baum, our postmaster, is
much improved this week. We hope his
health will continue to improve.
Mr. J. R. Crump is still quite ill from
his fall.
Mr. John H. Humphress and Master
West Nickleson visited the Capital
City Saturday last.
Mr. E. R. Sills visited Lloyd Satur-
Miss Ellen W. Apthorp returned to
her home in Tallahassee Saturday. Her
school closed here Friday. We shall
miss Miss Ellen very much indeed.
We are having a plenty of rain. Fri-
say, Saturday and Sunday it rained
steady. Springs, gardens and grass will
grow fast now. The cows are already
improving since the grass began spring-
ing up. The woods are lovely with
wild flowers-such beautiful festoonsof
yellow jessamine, beds of violets, crab
apple blossoms, etc.
The farmers around intended begin-
ning corn planting Monday. but the wet
weather prevented, which is putting
them back considerable. Notwith-
standing this. they are well advanced
in this section.
Mrs. E. L. Billingsley's spring garden
is looking nicely.
The friends and relatives of Mr. Thos.
J. Darling are very much grieved at
seeing an account of his death Sunday
in the Times-Union and Citizen. We
were' impatiently awaiting his home
coming from the Philippin Islands. His
time was out tne first of this month.
His home was in St. Augustine. but he
has been here on several visits to his
cousin. Mrs. L. S. Crump. and was ex-
pected here on a visit while en route
home. Mr. Darling was a good young
man, and made friends wherever he
went. We are sure that he had some
devoted ones here, who often spoke of
his return with anticipated pleasure.

"In the winter of 1898 and 1899 I was
taken down with a severe attack of
what is called La Grippe." says F. L.
Hewett, a prominent druggist, of Win-
field, Ill. "The only medicine I used
was two bottles of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It broke up the cold
and stopped the coughing like magic,.
and I have never since been troubled
with Grippe." Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy can always be depended upon
to break up a severe cold and ward off
any threatened attack of pneumonia.
It is pleasant to take, too, which makes
it the most desirable and one of the
most popular preparations in use for
these ailments. For sale by all drug-


Oak Dale, March 17.-Can anything
be added to make this weather more
Oat crops are looking fine, and some
corn has been planted in this section.
-Quite a number of our colored farm-
ers are preparing to plant their cotton
crops. They still-believe there is money
in cotton.
Mr. L. T. Raney, our school super-
visor, is trying to get the county to
build us a new school house, as the old
one is not large enough. This is one
of the oldest and highest grade country
schools in the county. We hope Mr.
Raney will succeed.
Miss Jonnie May Raney spent several
. days at home last week, to the delight
of her many friends and relatives.
Miss Mellie Laser, of Cairo, Ga., who
has been visiting her cousin, Miss Mat-
tie Saunders, returned home last week.
Miss Laser is a bright and attractive
young lady, and made many friends
during her short stay here, all of whom
regretted to see her leave.
Miss Mattie Saunders and Miss Mel-
lie Laser entertained quite a number of
their friends at a "cracker party" one
evening last week. The first prize was

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awarded Miss Laser; the booby prize
was l (oeived by Mr. W. A. Powell, of
Nero. Hope Dairy Farm.
Miss Ida Smith is having a delight-
ful visit with her cousin, Mrs. Clauser,
in Fewrandina.
Th*.,many friends of Mr. Tom Botts,
formerly of Tallahassee,will be pleased
to learn of the arrival of a fine girl at
his hoise.
We regret to know that Messrs. Geo.
and Willie Baum ha:l such a narrow es-
cape in the runaway.
The greatest danger from colds and
lagrippe is their resulting in pneu-
monia. If reasonable care is used, how-
ever, and Chambeflain's Cough Reme-
dy taken, all danger will be avoided.
Among the tens* of thousands who have
used this remeuy for these diseases, we
have yet to learn of a single case hav-
ing resulted in pneumonia,which shows
conclusively that it is a certain pre-
ventative of that dangerous malady.
It will cure a cold or an attack of la
grippe in less time than any other
treatment. It is pleasant and safe to'
take.. For sale by all druggists.

Arran. Fla., March 19.-Our new iron
bridge is completed, but we can not
cross until an approach is built. It is
a splendid bridge and something Wa-
kulla county should be proud of.-
Mr.. B. B. Strickland, our tax collec-
tor, passed through here today going to
Mr. C. W. Richardson visited Talla-
hasspe Tuesday.
Messrs. Dan and J. W. Coleman were
visitors here Saturday and Sunday.
Messrs. Bacon and Hanks are in Ar-
ran this week looking for tie timber.
Master Willie Bunker has not been
able to attend school at Crawfordville
for .-everal days on account of high
Crawfoi'dville is to have a brass
hand. Are expecting the instruments
every (day.

Remain quietly at home and take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, as di-
rected, and a quick recovery is sure to
follow. That remedy counteracts any
tendency of the grip to result in pneu-
monia, which is really thire only serious
danger. Among the tens of thousands
who have used it for the grip, not one
case has ever been reported that aid not
recover. For sale by all druggists.
lamonia, March 18.-Mr. W. J. Dick-
ey is out again, and; we trust, restored
to health.
Mr. James Hayes, who was hurt by a
falling tree in the late storm, is doing
well': with the exception that one of
his legs, which was bruised by a limb,
has inflamed and become swollen and
is giving him some pain. The negro
whose leg was broken at the same time,
is doing well, we are informed by Dr.
Two companies of negroes went rab-
bit hunting last Saturday and killed
twenty-five rabbits.
We had too much rain last week for
successful farm work, and the wet soil
hasi kept many from planting corn.
Mr. T. P. Hall, of Sunny Hill, is vis-
iting relatives in this vicinity. He is
at present the guest of Mr. J. R. Jones.
Mrs. C. E. Dickey, of Dogwood, is
staying a few days. with Mrs. J. E.
Di ckey.
M1r. John Courtney killed a rattle-
snare near here a few days ago.
A-negro girl working with Ely Wiley,
colored, living not far from Sunny Hill,
was burned to death last week. She
was alone in the field, burning trash,
and her clothing catching fire, she
was unable to extinguish the blaze, and
failing to get any assistance, lost her
AJl Skin and Blood Diseases Cured.
Mrs. M. L. Adams, Fredonia, Ala.,'
took Botanic Blood Balm which ef-
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her case as hopeless. Hundreds of cases
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d charge from the eating sore. Doc-
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Im also cures eczema, itching hu-
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HEADNOTES. o]a m _q -. fIm
(Continued from third page.) *) .
Frank M. Simonton, plaintiff in error,
vs. The State of Florida, by its At- w To Fnd Ot.
torney-General, ex rel. Solon B. Tur- Fill a bottle or common glass with yotw
-man, defendant in error-Hills- water and It t Itud twenty-four hours;
borough county. sediment or set-
Carter, J.: ling indicates an
.. Where the Attorney-General in be- unhealthy condi-
half of the State, under section 1781 tion of the kid-
et seq. Rev. Stats., institutes proceed- neys; if It stains
ings in his own name by information in your linen It is
thxe nature of qu varranto for the evidence of kid-
double purpose of ousting a respondent n ey trouble: too
from a public office and having it ju- s frequent- desire to
dicially declared that person claiming -- p* -o the back is also
title to the office named therein is right- convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
fully entitled to such office, the person der are out of order.
so claiming the office named therein is What to Do.
not required to give a bond or other There is comfort in the knowledge so
security fori costs. often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
2. An information by the Attorney- Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
General in behalf of the State alleging wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
that respondent uses. enjoys. exercises! back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
and performs the functions of a public of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
office without warrant or authority of to hold water and scalding pain in passing
law. and charges usurpation of such it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
office by respondent. is sufficient to re- wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
quire the respondent to show by what necessity of being compelled to go often
right or authority he exercises or per- during the day, and to get up many times
forms the functions of such office as during'the night. The mild and the extra-
against the State. ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
3. An information by the Attorney- realized. It stands the highest for its won-
General in behalf of the State alleging derful cures of the most distressing cases.
that respondent uses, enjoys, exercises If you need a medicine you should have the
and performs the functions of a public best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and $1. sizes.
office without warrant or authority or You may have a sample bottle of this
law, charging usurpation of the office wonderful discovery K'
by the respondent, and alleging that and a book that tells -
another person claiming the office na+.- more about it, both sent P IG- ,
ed therein is rightfully entitled to the absolutely free by mail,
office, and praying that process issue address Dr. Kilmer & Home of SanmpRot
requiring respondent to answer by Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men-
what warrant or authority he claims to tion reading this generous offer in this paper.
use. enjoy, exercise and perform the
functions, franchise and power of the SUPREME COURT PROCEEDINGS.
office, and that the person claiming the James D. Southerland. plaintiff in er-
office named therein he adjudged to be ror. vs. Jesse R. Sandlin. defelidant in
rightfully entitled thereto, is good as error-DeSoto county. Petition for re-
against a demurrer to .the entire infor- hearing denied; opinion by Justice
mation even though the allegations Mabry. Wilson & Wilson and John H.
with reference to the title of the person Treadwell for petitioner. I
named therein as claiming the office Alex. Jones, plaintiff in error, vs.
are insufficient to show his right to the The State of Florida. defendant in er-
office. ror-Columbia county. Judgment af-
4. Under section 108 Rev Stats. firmed opinionper curiam. A. J. Henry
where the Judge. of a Circuit Court is and T. B. Oliver for plaintiff in error.
disqualified in a case pending in his The Attorney-General for the State.
Circuit, it is made the duty of the judge Thomas Moore, plaintiff in error, vs.
of any other circuit, upon application The Stateof Floridadefendant in er-
of a party to such cause, to perform any ror-Duv The State of Floridadefgmendant affirm-
duty or hear and determine any matterio d opinionper cunam. G. e Wafir
therein which it would be the duty of ed; opinion per curiam. Geo. U. Walk-
the judge of the court in which such er for plaintiff in error. The Attorney-
cause is pending to perform, or to hear General for the State.iff in error, vs.
and determine in vacation or between M. Q. Anthony, plaintiff in error, vs.
terms, but for his disqualification. In The State of Florida. defendant in er-
performing the duty required by this ror-Duval county. Judgment affirmed;
statute the judge to whom application opinion per curiam. Barrs & Bryan for
is made acts in the place and stead of plaintiff in error. The Attorney-Gen-
the disqualified judge, not for the pur- eral for the State.
pose of hearing and deciding every Alfonso Gabriel, plaintiff in error,
matter arising in the cause, but only vs. The State of Florida, defendant in
in respect to the particular matter sub- error-Hillsborough county. Judg-
mitted to him, and therefore other mat- iment reversed; opinion per curiam,
mitted tchimnd1078 tere othdoer mat- .Justice Carter dissenting. Wallon
ters arising for decision fn the same Justice Carter dissenting. Wall &
cause, proper to be heard and deter- Hampton for plaintiff in error. The
mined in vacation or between terms, Attorney-General for the State.
may be submitted to and heard and de- The State of Florida ex rel. Birming-
termined by the judge of any other cir- ham Trust and Savings Co., relator, vs.
cuit under the statute. L. .1. Reeves. judge, resiondent-man-
5. Section 1078 Rev. Stat. does not damus-original jurisdiction. Motion
contravene the provisions of section 12 for peremptory writ grant(-d. Opinion
Art. V, nor section 19 Art. V. constitu- by Justice Mabry. D. L. McKinnon for
tion of 1885. relator. The respondent in pro per.
6. Under section 1078 Rev. Stat. the Thomas Johnson as admr., etc., ap-
judge.of another circuit upon applica- pellant, vs. Reuben Turner et al., ap-
tion of a party to a cause pending in one pellees-Alachua county. Opinion by
circuit in which the judge of that cir- Chief Justice Taylor. J. M. Rivers for
cuit is disqualified, may not hear and motion. Evans Haile contra.
determine a demurrer to pleas in such William Gass, plaintiff in error, vs.
cause, but may enter final judgment The State of Florida, defendant in er-
upon sustaining such demurrer, where ror-Alachua county. Judgment af-
the party does not desire to amend or firmed; opinion by Justice Carter.
plead over, and where such final judg- Jackson & Thomas for plaintiff in er-
ment is one that can legally be entered ror. The Attorney-General for the
in vacation or between terms. State.
7. Where a vacancy in the office of The court stands adjourned until
prosecuting attorney for a Criminal Tuesday, the 25th instant.
Court of Record occurs during a session
of the legislature, by reason of the re- WHITE MAN TURNED YELLOW.
signation of an incumbent regularly Great consternation was felt by the
appointed for four years, the successor friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lexington,
to 1111fill such vacancy is properly ap- Ky., when they saw he was turning yel-
pointed by the Governor and confirmed low. His skin slowly changed color,
by the Senate for the unexpired term also his eyes, and he suffered terribly.
of the incumbent whose resignation His malady was Yellow Jaundice. He
caused such vacancy, and not for four was treated by the best doctors, but
years, without benefit. Then he was advised
Judgment reversed, to try Electric Bitters, the wonderful
Barren Phillips, Geo. G. Clough and Stomach and Liver remedy, and he
A. W. Cockrell & Son, for plaintiff in writes: "After taking two bottles I
error; Hugh C. Macfarlane and John P. was wholly cured." A trial proves its
Wall, for defendant in error, matchless merit for all Stomach, Liver

AvoN SPRIN(is, N. Y., t--,. I, 1 .
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--U j (.&Yours respectfully. 0. D. PHI'lELIr, M'
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Supreme Court of Florida, January
Term, A. D. 1901.
Alabama Coal Company, a corporation,
plaintiff in error, vs. R. F. Bowden,
Sheriff of Duval county, Florida, Je-
fendant in error-Duval county.
Per Curiam:
1. A writ of error from the Supreme
Court to review the judgment of a (ir-
chit Court refusing a peremptory writ
of mandamus to compel the sheriff to
apprl've a forthcoming bond tenderel
him biy the defendant in an actioti of,
replcvin instituted in such Circtut Court
and to.releliver to such defendant the
prop>rtyv ti-ken by virtue of the writ of
replli1in as -provided by section 1719
Revised Statutes will be dismissed,
where after the writ of error was saied
iout. tlh, rel)lcvin suit came on for trial
rcrsltisiI in verdict and judgment-for
S plai,!'ff in replevin, and such judgraent
,m upo '(i; of error taken to the Supreme
Coirt dY defendant in replevin, 'has

'. \ it of error from a judgment
ref~' c iprnmptory writ of man-
; ..;Il eI dismissed, where it ap-


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pears to the appellate court that noth-
ing of practical benefit to the plaintiff
in error can be accomplished by a de-
cislio of the question involved in such
writ of error, whether the decision be
for or against him.
Writ of error dismissed.
John L. Doggett, for plaintiff in er-
ror; H. H. Buckman, for defendant in

The H. B. Claflin. Company, a corpor-
ation under the laws of New Jersey,
as trustee for Noah H. Green, plain-
tiff in error, vs. William S. Harrison
and Noah 'H. Green, defendants in
error-Suwannee county.
Carter, J.:
1. One who interposes a claim under
the statute to property levied upon by
virtue of a writ of attachment cannot
be permitted to prove at the trial of
such claim that no valid levy of the at-
tachment had been made, as the valid-
ity of the levy of the process cannot by
the claimant be made an issue between
himself and the plaintiff in the process
in such proceeding.
2. In claim proceedings under the
statute the burden of proof is upon the
claimant, who must recover the

llheLmatism Cannot be Cured.

Leading: Physicians Everywhere Assert That Oils and Liniments Have
No Value Whatever.

Lo, al applications s of oils or 'lini-
mnliiis nrvr cured a genuine case of
Rhi init! is.n and never will; because
Rhli.:niriim is a blood disease" and
must Ihe eradicated by a constitutional
tra';t.iit. To Dr. A. B. Clark. the
cl,.(-nit-d specialist, more than to any
othir living ]physician, is the honor due
of having discovered as the restilt of
many years of study and research, an
absoliutt specific for the most aggra-
vated form of Rheumatism, whether
Ac(ute, Chronic, Muscular, Sciatic br In-
flammatory, Rheumatic Gout, Neural-
gia or Lumbago. This remedy is con-
sidered one of the greatest advances
in medical science in recent years, and
. it will be gratifying to Rheumatics to
know that there is now obtainable a
remedy that cures after all else has
failed. Dr. Clark's Rheumatic Remedy
is now for the first time purchasable
through his sole agents, the -Clark

Medical Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. A
complete treatment will be mailed,
postage paid, on receipt of One dollar,
and so confident is the doctor that his
remedy will do everything that he
claims it will do-a confidence born
of experience, observation, and results
of years of demonstration in cases con-
sidered incurable that the company will
refund the price paid in every case
where Dr. Clark's Rheumatic Remedy
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strength of his own title and right to
possession of the property claimed, and
the claimant has the right to open and
3. An assignment fQr the benefit of
creditors which purports upon its face,
or is shown by other evidence, to in-
clude only a part of the assignor's prop-
erty and to have been mane for the
benefit of a portion only of the assign-
or's creditors is, under section 2307 Re-
vised Statutes. void as to attaching
creditors of the assignor.
4. An attachment issued at the in-
stance of a creditor of the assignor and
levied upon property embraced in an
assignment theretofore executed which
is void as to such creditor under section
2307 Rev. Stats. because it embraces
only a part of the assignor's property
and is made for the benefit of a portion
only of the assignor's creditors, cannot
be displaced, or the rights of such at-
taching creditor thereunder cut off by
the making of a subsequent assignment
for creditors in proper form, even
though it was intended by such new
assignment to correct the fatal defects
in the former one.
5. Subsequent to the institution of a
claim proceeding by an assignee for
creditors for property embraced in the
assignment levied upon by virtue of a
writ of attachment issued at the in-
stance of a creditor of the assignor, a
judgment was obtained in the attach-
ment proceeding upon which execution
issued, and at the time of .the trial of
the claim proceeding such execution
had been paid in full. The execution
had, however, been levied upon the
identical property embraced in the
claim proceeding and the property had
been sold thereunder without objection
on the part of the claimant, and the
proceeds had been paid over to the
plaintiff in execution in part satisfac-
tion thereof: lcld, that tue plaintiff in
attachment had not by reason of the
payment of his execution under such
In the Circuit court Second Judicial Cir-
cuit. in and for Leon county, State of
Florida-In (Chancery.
C. Perry Snell, C(mpalin:ant, v's. W. J.
Green. E'!hel ;1reeni Ma!iel Green, Thos.
II. Allen. Earl Alien. Erma A. Ev;ins,
C!laire Alien. :Clyde Allen, ('am Allen.
4laldyvs Alin. John Hoodl, J. Will lIHood.
Ilayes Ilhod. lRoxey lIned. Emma II. liar-
ris, Nelltie Hood. Lillie Hood. Maggie
Hood. Pearl IHood. J;ts. A. Hood, John F.
Mc.Meens. F"iinie E. lodison, Horace
Straw, Madigle Straw. Mrs. lRich:ird .1c-
Meens, .Jas. F.. M-Ingruin. Lucy Jackson.
RIuth Scoggins. Polkie 3ouilree(. J. \W.
Jackson. ll:illArt Jackson, and Noke Bar-
nett, I defendant.
'The complainant, C. Perry Snell, having
made his allidavit and tiled it herein oni
March 7, 19I2, in which he states his belief
that. and it having leen made t:, appear by
said affidavit duly liled with thecomplainani.
that. all of the defendants above named are
residents of a State other than the State oft
Florida, aind are residents of the United
/States, and that the residence of said de-
fendants is as follows, to-wit : W. J. Green,
adult, and Ethel and MaLtl i, mainrs;
'Thumas U. and Earl Allen. aduiis, nid
Ei'iila A. Evins. ,ia;re, Clyde. Cam. and
Gladys Allen. minors, Is Coliumbia. Maury
county, Tennessee: and John. J.. Will.
Hayes. and Itoxeyv ood. and IEmma II. lir-
ris. all adulls. :ind Nettie. Lillie. M .airiu,,
Tinmmons. Mallury ot vn. Tennesse.en. ',lld
John F. McM1,,ntS. rmannit' E. Iodson. lIIr:iet
Straw. and Mrs. !Eiclwrd MenMetus. adfrts.
and Madgie St raw. mtin,,r, is Stlringlijid.
4(reen cou.nty. 3Missouri, ;ind Jis. F. M:i.-
grum. Lucy J:.ickson. Ruth S),ggins. lolkie
Moultree and Noke Iliarnett. alilts. is I'.i on
Citv, Obion county. Tennesee. -an(d J. W.
Jackson, adult, and Ireen.IabelrtJackson. minor.
is Graham., Young county. Texas; and that
there. Js no person n the Hotate of Florida the
service of a subpoena upon whom WOuld
bind any of said defendants and furtettle Hoerd,
thatllite s his belief that the arl He of eacd, of
said defendants .be ng over or under twenty-
one years. s as just stated It Itraw, thre-
ore, oihardered that said defendants, W. J.
Green, Ethel Green. Mabel Green. Thos. H.
Allen Earl Allen, Erma A. Evans, Claire
Alen. Clyde Alen Cam Alen. Gladyone ofs Al
of said Courtod, CourWill House, inHa TllaHood.

see. Fla..-ood, John .Monday, the 7th day E.of ArId-
RicA. D. 1902: and that t. order be r c
Jacksonc a week for four ggns, Poetkie Mouweel J.

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and discharge a thin, sticky fluid, which.
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hard, dry and fissured. Eczema in any
form is a tormenting, stubborn disease,
and the itching and burning at times are
almost unbearable; the acid burning
humor seems to ooze out and set the skin
on fire. Salves, washes nor other exter-
nal applications do any real good, for as
long as the poison remains in .the blood
it will keep the skin irritated.
"For three years I
had Tetter oa my
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them to swell to twice
their natural size. Part
of the time the dis-ease -
was in the fo-m i nran-
Ring sores, very pain-
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much discoiu fort. FI-'ur
doctors saidt the Tttier
to be cured, a they -
could d ottji1:! f r .
mne. It >' i on y the

This; wa.- fifteen years
ago, d I have never
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Beware of counterfeits.

The Tallahassee correspondent of the
Jacksonville Times-Union and Citizen,
referring to the completion of our new
railroad, says:
"The Georgia. Florida and Alabama
railroad is completed between Talla-
hassee and Bainbridge, a distance of
forty miles, and ready to be turned
over to the owners. %
"The contract for the first twelve
miles out from Tallahassee was let to
Mr. Hanks, but on account of differ-
ences between him and the engineers
his work was not accepted. Col. H. S.
Duval, of River Junction, was brought
in to adjust the matter. This he has
done. He has inspected more than two
thousand miles of railroad in Florida.
and says he never found better work on
any road. both as to roadbed and
bridges. He declares that the new road
is a credit to the engineers and the con-
Department of the Interior, Land Office at
G;alnesville. Fla., Feb. 10. 1902..
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim.
and that said proof will be made before Win.
C. Hodges, IT. S. Commissioner, at Tallahas-
see. Flai.. on March -2. 1902, viz: Chesley J.
Jenkins. of Tallahassee. Fla., Hd. 25367. for
the S. W. qr. of N. E. qr., S. E. qr. of N. W.
qr., N. E. qr. of S. W. qr. and N. W. qr. of S.
E. qr., Sec 26. Tp.l S.. R. 1 E.
Ue names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land,: viz: Benj. Franklin, of
Tallahassee, Fla.;' R. J. Jenkins, of T:i'l;a-
hassee. Fla.: William Ward. of Tallahassce.
Fla.; Frank Maxwell. of Tallahassee. Fla.
51-6t W. G. ROBINSON. Register.
In the ('ircult court of Leon County. Se 4cond(
Judicial Circuit of Florida-In Cliancery.
Sug. Davis vs. Jesse Davis-Divorce.
It having been made to appear by the
affidavit of I. 4'. Long, attorney for plaint ifl
in this cause. that Jesse I avis, the defend-
ant. resides at some unknown locality out
side the State of Florida, is twenty-one
years of age. and that there is nio one in tIhe
Slate of Florida the service of a subiien:i
on whom would Idid said defendant. It is.
therefore. ordered that the (lfenduint. .Jesse
Davis. eI and lie is her,'by reiuiired to :ip
pe'tr to the !ill of complaint lher-i;i at tlie
office of the ('lerk of said court in Iti' city lof
l'alhlhaseeo on the 7th day of April. A.. I).
190r2. and that this order Ie. pbiullislild oin e
a week for foul colnsecutii've we',ks in Thi
Tallha lssee an. a newspaper pulislished in
said county of l.-eOn.
Witness Council A. I'ryain. (Clerk of thi'
said C'iourt. and tlie ses:i l tIherof this .-,il day
of February. A. 1D. 1 t92.
(Seal) C lerk.
State of Florida. County of .Lon :
I. Council A. l:ryan, clerk of the ('ireuit
Court in and for tih' county :tforesiAid. hereby certify that the ;tbiovwi and forf,'1in'."
Is a true and correct co,,y of the original
order of publication in thlie above -stated
(iase, as appears of record and on file in my
Witness my hand and official seal this 5th
day of March, A. ID. 190)2.
(Seal) ('OUI'N4IL A.- IitYAN.
Clerk Circuit Court Lcoun County. Flo.rida.
4t I
Depa tment of the Interior, Land
Office at GainesviJle, Fla., Feb.
17th, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-

circumstances been deprived of his
right to question the validity of the title
asserted by the cilimant, under and by
virtue of the assignment, to the prop-
erty embraced in the claim proceeding.
6. The issues in a claim proceeding
are confined to the specific property
embraced in the claim affidavit and
bond, and the judgment to be entered
must be confined to that specific prop-
Judgment reversed, remanded for en-
try of proper judgment on the verdict.
Hampton & Ammons, for plaintiff in
error; B. B. Blackwell, for defendant in
(Continued on second page.)

The following appointments have
been made by Governor Jennings, and
commissions forwarded by Secretary
of State H. C. Crawford:
Notaries Public, State at Large-
Charles Milburn, Port Orange; Frank
'V. Hoskins, Cromaton: Lymanj Ran-
0d.I, Gary; Geo. P. Fowler, Hastings;
J. F. Motz. Tampa.
.1. L. Williams, Holley. justice of the
p'mae for District No. 9, Santa Rosa
M:trk Mc(urdy. Pensavola, constable
for- the Sixth District of Es amhia
county. to fill the une,:pirod tern)m of
.1 V:tii:hi), .Jr., resigned.
Dr. I. F. Price and Dr. W. L. Mc-
Millan. of Escambia county, to be med-
i';:l examiner for the First Judicial dis-
tricl of Florida, vice Dr. Simpson and
MXarcellus McCary. resigned.
T. N. Adams, Pensacola, to 1be si-
;'>rvisor of registration of Escamnbia
'**'imty. to fill the unexpired term of
U1. C. Crahtree, deceased.




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lowing named settler has filed noti" 01 o f i.s A
his intention to make final proof ii
support of his claim, and that said
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nassee, Fla., on March 29, 1902, viz:.
William Kelly, of Tallahassee, Fla.,
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2 S., R. 2 E. He names the following /
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Hill Towry, of Tallahassee, Fla. I the LO 1 he Southern Iailway, via Savannah, Columbia and Jihiion.
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ir14in. JU SEEAN now?-Jacksonville Times-Union and MARRIED AT GAINESVILLE. .IMr. A. Ho Gwell, "
as ,..Citizen. [Can't say that ft is. What is n tye .-
it, anyway? Will it bite?] Mr. Louis E. Cohen and Miss Etta head, Pthroat and
Sd it, anyway? Will it bite?] Dzialynski Wedded Wednesday. T U II years, and from n a that I

NED" 7_ ft Ar at OMee, INSPECTION OF PREMISES. Mr. Louis E. Cohen, of this city, and radl several neilT oft
As will be seen by notice published wr Etta Dzialynski, of Gainesville,
were married at the Commercial Hotel --u-na r n, a wse
(_7 mena) L* in another column, by the city sanitary in the latter city Wednesday morning doubted, cause dmy it o mi
sOHN C. TwCB, Z & .4 r. officer, the usual house to house inspec- at 11:30. The bride formerly lived in ts W eight n I bless the day mke
tion will commence the 1st of April and Tallahassee, and had many friends ITS in U l It has made a new i me.
Poor Chinwill continue throughout the summer here, all of whom will accord hera I was l myto
oor Chinahas another rebellion onsesontinue throughout the ustom for hearty welcome when she returns to years ao a very h
S and the imperial General Ma has he custom for make this her home. that time I waswith
4*een defeated by the rebels half a dozen years last past, or more. The groom is one of the most pop-I tried ber
ed dby the rebels-. This is a matter that interests every ular residents of Leon county, and his differenotors
ie d e by t r o friends are numbered by his acquaint- I tred an r U seemed to
The Gainesville Sun is growing. It citizen of the city and adjacent com- friends are was born in Savannah, but Hee me udtor I s t se
ances. He was born in Savannah, but \ live me until I cw e the
Ihas added a new folder to its plant, munity. We should take enough pride came to Tallahassee in 1876, when only Peruna, and from can truly
ainlesville has two of the best local in our premises to keep them in a per- seven years of age. Since that time he that I have bceng ~l nefited.
dalies in the South. fect sanitary condition, but shameful has resided here almost constantly. "I a now I1 ghty.s
as it is, this is lacking in some in- For several years, or ever since leaving -.-..... \- year and can wa get about
... -a tl tl s^ school, he has been bar-tender in the ..-' ----:----\ wellasmaayma o gerth
We are having some weather now stances, and the council is to be com- saloon of his uncle, Councilman Julius self an attrtbte to tho "e
.Peculiar to the "Sweet Sunny South(?)" mended for the promptness and thor- Ball. osPerae, I kaetri.B n hand allt
I1nder ordinary conditions :Florida toughness with which it has looked after Tallahasseean joins hands Mr t ti, and consider ihthhaet e
'146ather cannot be improved o ed the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cohen --- =s. time an consder, licift .
weather cannot be improved on. these matters in the past, in providing In extending congratulations and well c0 rinhie in th world. N Y. we
an officer who would do his duty, and wishes. r 'ne, a r
Great Britain has sustained another for again taking steps.before hot wea- The Gainesville Sun, in its write-up aif, and 'ad
Qerious defeat at the hands of the Boers of the affair, says: h n of a.
their sets in to continue the inspection Atthe Commercial Hotel yesterday Perun is just waily sh
heBoers seem to have very little re- of all premises thoroughly. morning, and with the beautiful and not be without. I we ken veryfw
stsrd -for Johnny Bull's feelings. T e l hethr morning, and with the beautiful and S :.--. I not be without. I V0 11 veryfey
ard for Johnny Bull's feelings. The exceptional health record Talla- impressive Jewish ceremony, Mr. Louis clds since I hav *
"Yesterday was St. Patrick' Day in hassee has enjoyed for years past, our Cohen, of Tallahassee, and Miss Etta used eruna, bu
Yesterday was St Patrick's Day i immunity from contagious Dzialynski, of this city, were united in when I do catch ,
-the morning," remarked an teemed andinfect- the holy bonds of matrimony... cold, Pe"na is m
temporaryy Tuesday. Wasn't it St. ious diseases, even when a few cases The wedding was the society event l medicine. i
ark'sB-ay in the afternoon, too? have been brought into our midst before of Gainesville for the past several A minister cam(
being detected, is no doubt traceable weeks. There were a great many of to me last summer
Bellamy Storer, United States min- largely to this one thing. Without a present from various parts of the State and said that h
3ter to Spain, has returned to this sewerage system, it is an all-important and from Georgia, and the wedding was had seen my testii
*Country. He denies the report that he matter that property owners comply made a cheerful and happy event. menial in the paper,
been recalled by the government strictly with the regulations of the san The wedding took place at 11 o'clock and began takin
and the hall and parlor of the house Peruna. He sai_
itary department-without waiting for had been tastefully decorated. Miss that it straighten
Gainesville is to have a new fifty- the inspector to call upon them and Dzialynski was handsomely attired in a him right up-(h" .IL Prince.
7WxQm hotel. Gainesville is a hustling issue orders. Each individual should traveling dress and was attended by was troubled with trouble) a
town, any way you take her, and we are take a personal interest in the matter. her intimate r Phe geruna cured he wI nnot exp
-9lad to note this new evidence of her The necessity for this has recently attended by Harry Levy, a prominent t
,terprise. been very forcibly demonstrated in young business man of Tallahassee. A
Cuba. Prior to the Spanish-American The ceremony was brief, but impressed Abraham Zi letgc, i mont, Wayng
Major-General Otis sees no difficulty all those present with its solemnity. t County, Mo, write
an reducing the army in the Philip- war it is well known that in the city of Followiig the marriage the guests "My wife who eighty-seve
ing He Is ar o the pin i Havana yellow fever had prevailed were ushered into the spacious dining years old, suffered about sixtee
he Filipinos are not capable ofn selfthe year round for a period the memory hall of the hotel, where a magnificent years from severe -of the head,
he Filipinos are not capable of self- of man runneth not to the contrary. anquet awaited them. The dining which affected he?,;g and hearing
government. room had been t: -fully decorated i I saw Pe-ru-na attv in your al-
The American authorities, as soon as and the table was an object of beauty. manac, and tstimilr to h
'Some Republican papers are howling peace was declared with them in The menu was elaborate and the health P case attracted my on. I got one
Dfor reciprocity, just as though it were charge, devoted their attention to im- or the happy young couple was drunk bottle and it helpso much that
inot free trade under another name. proving the sanitary condition of the in glasses of sparkling champagne". ai she is now using bottle ad
Duringuthe banquet there were ap- s
laimburger by any other name would city. The result was that yellow fever propriate addresses made by L. J. she thinks it i sg wonderful.
still smell like forty certs. was soon stamped out, and not a single Burham, Joseph Manassee and Max J H PN Herhearg and t both in pat
case developed all last summer. Krauss. All of the speakers extended restoed.-Abrer.
If Tallahassee intends to maie a bid their best wisiies to the happy couple, In old age the m membranes be.
A WORD TO PATRONS* complimented the groom upon his suc- come thickened ajP ly lose their
bor the State Fair there is no time to he publisher of The Tallahasseean cess in winning such a prize and dwelt B function.. This le partial loss of
ie lost. The bids must all be .in when upon the sacredness of the marriage e hearing, smell an t, as well as di-
e State Fair Association rieets in esrs to express his very hearty and vow. The words were appropriate and gestive disturanc. u-na corrects
Sa ee sincere thanks to those of our sub- were.spoke with considerable feeling. li irnflf-lf \I all this by its spet ( ration on all
aThes.breenlonethed moshter populrsO sMn onM_
scribers who have so cheerfully re- The bride is the daughter of Mrs. M. the mucous mcinmy-n, of the lxdv.
Oh, those irrepressible Boers! Just ceived our collector and settled their D.zialynski of the Commercial Hotel, one tte wi on
about the time the British soldiers get accounts during the past week. Of and attractive young ladies during her .' used and Pe-ru-na'8cqes a life-long
Sth 'ttl otrse there has been a few who were stay in this cit. The room is a prom- sath old y g.
them whipped and the war settle., course there has been a fewinn this city. The groom is a pom- Hon. John Paulin, Sr., a pioneer of Port Washington, Wis., is held in high If ou do not der p pt and satis-
they annihilate a regiment and have to ready to swear they never received th inent young business man of Tallahas tee y the residents of that place. He is one of the oldest citizens. In a recent factory results fro~h se of Peruna
be whipped over again. Ain't they paper, never ordered it, etc., but they see. acsonville letter he says: at once o a. ii
The happy pair left for Jacksonville e hC sas write at one to 1 Ian. giving
b.orrid? have been remarkably few. This is by the Seaboard Air Line yesterday at "*I have used Peruna with good results for coughs and colds. It full statement of vr ; e and he will
encouraging, for both our financial noon. They will remain in that city a has also cured my catarrh which always became worse when affected e pleased to wi'- his valuable
-Jacksonville has received one of Car- condition and the morality of the read- few -days before proceeding to Talla- a w advice gratis. ,
aegie's gifts with the ussee, their future home. with but a slight cold. I am recommending Peruna because it is a rf
negie's gifts with the usual strg tied ing ople of the community. The best wishes of a great many ad- worth its weight in gold."JO N PAULIN, e rt. n San i
it. The metropolis will soon find The Tallahasseean's interests are mirin friends o with the bride, and orth its weight in gold.--JOHN PAULIN, SR.
that it has a large-sized white elephant identical with that of the people whose congratulations are extended to the -- ,
the times. Give me a trial and you will
von hand, as it will reuire at least $5,- homes are here, who are of and for the groom. the timased. Give me a trales and youprices sentwill
4~SO a year to maintain the library. material progress of the grand old --on application. Express charges pre-
Fernandina has voted to issue bonds Tiey are not divided with any section p iilars. Yours to serve,
o the amount of $75,000 for internal or any people, and it shall be our aim Come to most people and cause many tfExclusive La R. T RS tore, A word to the wie i efficient. We need t,
improvement. Tallahassee could well in the future, as in the past, to labor for troubles,-piuiples, boils "and other Madison Fla. you need the goods. A special drive sale fo' 1- '-
afford to do likewise. With $50.000 to the greatest good to the greatest num- eruptions, besides loss of appetite, A l o -
spend on streets and sewers, the Cap- ler of this community, that tired feeling, fits of biliousness, Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 12, 1902. |
ital City would take a decided step for- Under and pursuant to the requirements en 3
ard 'As "the laborer is worthy of his hire," indigestion and headache. of the laws of the State of Florida, we. the ^
ard. however, we must have the support of The sooner one gets rid of them the ndrsig ed. rlu.illiam. ij To consumers, and for the cash only. afs
It is said that Mr. Bryan is. working the people to accomplish anything- better, and the way to get rid of them Chou W. N. Theasl r. B nha and charged or discount checks given with the-les
for a third nomination. Mr.. Hill, of financially and otherwise. Realizing and to build up the system that has N. Sheets, Jr., desiring for ourselves, our b mentioned below.
ZNew York, is also hankering after a this from long years of experience in suffered from them is to take incorporated as cosrpioration, do hereby lsGautdSgr....$ g
chance to occupy the presidential chair, the newspaper business, we repeat it is rarills give notlce'that we shall apply to the Gov- 17 lbs Granulated Sugar....... $1.0
"Truth to tell, the woods will ie full of especially gratifying to know that we O S arsapaerno patent. The proposed charter is as follows: 11 Ibs Good Green Rio Coffee...... 1.0
d til* Article I. The corporate name of said 12 Cans Red Ripe Tomatoes...... 0tf|
aspiring patriots before 1904, all anx- are receiving such hearty support It ana PI lS corporation shall be "The Southern School .[ 8 three-lb Cans Tomatoes .......1
jous for political lightning to strike gives'us renewed courage for the strug- and th a ome a Publishing aomny." with prin- 8 Cans Best Maine Packet Corn... 1.0(
gles yet to be encountered, and assures Forming in combination the Spring cipal offrtice at. Tallahasne purpose and object for 8 Cans Early June Peas 1.0
them. -' us of a full measure of success. Medicine par excellence, of unequalled which this corlrtion is organized s or 6 Cans Asparagus Tips.. 1.0....

The first number of the Osceola Coun- In conclusion, permit us to say that strength in purifying the blood as rg, buying and selling ooks and news- 10 et L. L. Raisins...........
ty Signal, published at Kissimmee, the paper has by no means reached that shown by unequalled, radical and per- goods and material of all natures, kind andt ...Baill o..
description, and to do any and all kinds of 14 sixteen-oz Ball Potash........1 0
-with W. J. Sears as editor, has made excellence we have mapped out for it. manent cures of printing of whatsoever nature or kind, In 26 eight-oz Ball Potash......... 1.0
its appearance. It is an eight-column, Every dollar made is being put into im- Scrofula Salt Rheum all things necessary and proner fora 9 lbs Lion Coffee1.
our-page sheet, patent outside. The provements, and this will continue to Scald Head Bols, Pimples ng on said business and for this purpose 10 Cans Imported ardnes........ 1.0
be done until it ranks second to none to have, possess and enjoy all the rights. 25 large 5c Packages Soda 1.
inside is well printed, but has too much be done until it ranks secAll Kinds of Humor Psoriasis benefits, privileges and immuniies incident 5 large 5c Packages Soda.......
hite space. Here's to the in the South. That result can be reach- Blood Poisoning Reumatism to and given under the laws of this State -,
-white space. Here's to the success of ed quickest by the united support of the Blood Poisoning Rheumatism to a corporation of such character. A remnant of Checks, Bleachings, Hats, e and
rhe enterprise. community. Catarrh Dyspepsia, Etc Article III. The amount of the capital i N at own
stock shall be twenty-five hundred dolIars Notions closing out at your own prices. e er,
Accept no substitute, but be sure to ($2.500.(0), to be divided into two hun- this is no fak t a na f f
That big Western irrigation scheme WOODVILLE NEWS. get Hood's and t it t dred and fifty shares (250) of the par value this is no fake, but a bona fide offer.
get Hod's, nd ge it t&- y.of ten dollars ($10.00) each, ten per cent
is only a plot to loot the government. Woodville, Fla., March 18.-Wood- to be paid in in cash on application for
Why Uncle Sam should spend millions ville has been unusually dull the past ANNOUNCEMENT. charter, the remainder to be paid in ash, T he
week, and there is not much news to W. R. Thurston, of Madison, Fla., in installments of 10 per cent, of the amount
qf money to reclaim an ard desert, subscribed for by each subscriber, as called
f mney t recwrite. Some of our farmer are plant- announcs to the ladies of Tallahassee for by the Boar f Directors, after due PRINGLE & JOHN ON
-when there are millions of acres of land ing corn and everybody is in fine spirits and vicinity that he has just returned notice. I
as fertile as ever a crow fle\v over in going ahead with their work. from New York and other Eastern Article IV. This corporation shall be In
Florida and other States, is a mystery The young people enjoy themselves markets, where he has purchased a Article forV. The busof niness is to be conduct-ars.
past understanding. now shelling peanuts at night at dif- very large and well selected stock of edbya President Vice-President Secretary 4 4 4
past understanding. ferent places. Dry Goods and Millinery, a full line of and Treasurer, who shall with five others
So o a e constitute the Board of Directors. The of- K ln
iMr. H. G. Lewis has sold out his en- Silks, Dress Goods, Trimmings, Laces, ficers shall be elected at a meeting to be
Many States have petitioned the Na- tire stock of merchandise to Mr. John Embroideries, Notions and Fancy held on the first Tuesday in. April of each .
tional Congress to adopt an amend- Robinson and has gone out of the mer- Goods, also a complete stock of Ladies' years, and until the first election Is held, .
the following shall be. the officers: Presl- .-
mnent to the constitution providing for cantile business, but still holds his posi- Ready-to-Wear Garments, consisting dent. L. W. Buchholz; Vice-President. W. 4 Usually Wold in a first-class General M hand and
tion as railroad agent and postmaster. of thin Dresses, Shirt Waists: Dress rN. Sheets ;S.eretary,.I J. T. Blanchard;w. my stock is all fresh and goFd--none of your ol worn
the election of United-States Senators tir o e Wt WTreasurer, H. E. Ben nett; all t of awhom wtfyes dtk-oisfayou lworn
the election of UnitedState5 Senators Mr. John W. Hall left Woodville for Skirts, Walking Skirts, and everything J. C. Trice, A. A. Murphree, H. E. Blerly, stuff, but everything strictly up-to-date. In .
by popular vote. Resolutions with that Jacksonville Monday. He may accept in Ladies' Mustin, Cambric and Nain- J. C. Calhoun and A. Williams, shall con-
louse of Representatives, but the Sen- will go to North Carolina, his old home. from one to six dollars per garment. eArticle VI. The highest amount of lndebt-. Dry Coods, ClOting, BOOtr o0 ,
ate has always voted them down. Miss L. E. Maxwell, of the State Col- They are made of the best materials can at any time subject itself shall be I can't be beat. If you want something stylish ,
lege, was at Woodville Saturday and and in the very latest styles and are twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500.00). give me a call. Then, if you are after .
spent several hours with her parents. perfectly exquisite creations. My stock Article VII. The names and residences of
The common people do not like the Mr. John Robinson returned from. of Millinery is simply grand and will the subscribers and the number of sharestaple and Fancyrie
idea of a military escort for the Presi- Lloyd Saturday, where he spent several have to be seen to be appreciated. It L W. Buchholz, Tallahassee, Fla.. 10 ay -
.,dent. It flavors too much of the mon- days. has been most carefully selected by an shares. Hardware, Family Drugs, Notions or anything n th-
rchial methods of Europe.The Presi- Rev. Austin held services in the M.E. expert milliner and from one of the hares. a 10 best regulated family, just see me, because Isell less
archival methods of Europe.The Presi-church last Saturday and Sunday. largest millinery houses in the United w. N. Sheats, Tallahassee, Fla., 10 than the other fellow.
dent is one of the people, chosen by Spring gardens are looking fine, States with a world-wide reputation shares.
the people, and the idea that he must though young. for the very height of style and fash- share E. Bennetts Tallahassee Fla., 10n
.have a military guard to protect him Mrs. E. R. Isler and two children, ion. I also have for the spring season J. C. Trice, Tallahassee, Fla., 10 4-
from the people is repulsive to the peo- who have been visiting Woodville for a trimmer from the above mentioned shares. l 0 I U
rm the people is repulsive to the peo- the past week, left for their home at house, who stands second to none in shares. laassee a., 10
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21, 1902

Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist. 'Phone No. Mr. J. N. Coombs, o0 Apalachili,
68. 48-10t was here for a short time Wednesday.
+ 4 .4 Mr. Coombs is president of the Frank-
SA. M. Carlisle, with ILR. L. Collins, lin County Lumber and Sawmill Corn-
druggist. t+. Pany. + + V1
Among the visitors to Tallahassee Spring begins today, according to the
this week were A. L. Moseley and C. R. almanacs, and there will be no kick A
SNicholson, of Quincy. from the people when old Winter is 1
T+ 4+ +4 ousted from his throne. AnniUal 0 -S ring *M
*The First National Bank is at home 4
once more in its old quarters on the There was a small wreck on the Sea-
Seast side of Monroe street board Air Line Tuesday between Green-
Baking Powder 4+ 4- ville and Madison, caused by a freight A A
Bk in Pow der A majority of the tax-payers of Tal- train running into a washout No par- E R
lahassee favor putting in a sewerage ticulars can be obtained. O F E
system in the Capital City. T
S4 4 4 The Standard lime is the best for all
Mr. E. L. Thomas, a leading sawmill purposes. Kept for sale by Taylor & I tl
operator of Bethlehem, Ga., was among Child only. M.14-lm Llitl e
H M ost healthful this week's visitors to the Capital City. Very little fertilizer is sold in Leon
H ~ I AT&l 1I<1LA1UI 4 4 4 Very little fertilizer is sold in Leon ^
You can get what you want in sta- county, in comparison to some counties Bo 0
IYlVener I i tionery at in the State. No part of Florida has B
COX & STUBBS'. soil that is more fertile or produces
4 4 4 larger crops with less commercial fer- *
the world. President John A. Bishop, of the tilizer. Furnishings... H E
S Tallahassee Southeastern railroad, was c o +
here this week from Clearwater, on A crowd of young men went out to
kes amrrther business. Lake Jackson one day this week to try
Goes farther. + + + their luck with the finny. They failed
We haven't seen any spring poetry to find the place they started for, and Including full line of white and
this-season. This is probably because returned without having caught any-colored
old Winter has chilled the enthusiasm thing. colored
o~f our pnoets.*'4
m.Ap-CO.N&wVof our poets. For that cough, takeLincan's Cough
+ 4Syru p So d o l by W g t & B o i l
Miss Archer has Easter Cards and Syrup Sold only by Wight & Bro. Litt
PRELYBooklets (real beauties), r angingfrom Railroad officials are the hardest peo- L n n Duck
PUEY PERSONAL ITEMS 3 cents up. Don't fail to see them. ple on earth t e n nomto Linen andu
4 4 pe on earth to get any information
SBug-i-cide, clean, safe ant easy to from, hence nothing can be ascertained
Bug--cie, lea, sae ad, asyItoconcerning ei tner the G. F. & A.. or the
VATTEBiS COACERNING TIHOS1 apply. It is death on bed-bugs, and T.S E. railroads. It is given out thKnee ntt
YOU DO AND DO NOT KNOW other vermin. Try it For sale at Bal- the former railroad has begiven completed to
com's drug store. Bainbridge and is ready for business,
+Taylor & Child can furnish you with but this is all that can be learned.
DEARDAND EEN TllS.WEEK Taylor & Child can furnish you with +
BEARD AND SEEN THIS. WEEK everything to complete your house.
SM.14-1mi Nunnally's fine candies always fresh
SW c D M at Wight Bros.
By Those Who Gather Items for Dr. J. M. Carne, of Centerville, made .. M en's Um
CrNo one should fail to read "TeniM en 's
Tallahasseean Readers, a business trip to Tallahassee early in Nights in a Bar Room" Itis one of the
the week, and called on The Tallahas- N in a Bi
t weekan.most thrilling stories ever written, and
_.en Dis especially commended to the young *
The Dentist, Dr. R. A. Shiyae. + + + men The boy or girl who writes the
+ + + Duval Brothers have their regular e F urn i hings
Sbestshort sketch about the characters
Mr. ). Neel was here this week from weekly announcement of bargains in in the story will receive a present of
Carrabelle. this issue of The Tallahasseean. See five dollars.
+ + + their ad on the eighth page. +4+ N s a t
Mr. L. N. Jones was here this week + + The spring normal course at the State No such assortment
from Lake City on business. Captain W. R. Taylor, chief clerk in Normal and Industrial School opened
4 + + the Attorney-General's office, has been up Monday, with Prof. N. M. Young in ever seen in
State's Attorney Walker is at Bristol confined to his room several days with charge. State Superintendent of Public
this week attending circuit ctirt fever, but is able to be out once again. Instruction W. N. Sheats and County
+ + + + + + Superintendent Bannerman were visi-
Mr. J. J. Monroe, of Coleman, Ga., Sun Flower Seed for poultry; makes tors to the institution, where the former
was a guest of the Leon Hotel Sunday. 'em lay. delivered an address Tallahassee. This
+ + i M.14-2t BALKCOM'S DRUG STORE. eere an ares.
Fresh Garden Seed at Wight & Bros'. + + Buy your Easter cards from Miss
4+ 4 4+ Mrs. Thomas H. Hall. of Bradford- Archer, McCarty street .
Attorney-General W. B. Lamar made ville, accompanied by her two daugh-
a business trip to Jacksonville this ters, was in the Capital City Wednes- A newspaper is not a charity institu-
week. day on a shopping expedition tion. It gives value received for every R
+ +. + +, + + cent it gets. The man who simply takes
miss .lary-Bannerman, of lamonia, Mr. J. D. Pitman, a naval stores and space to keep the editor out of the poor
is the pleasant guest of Mrs. N. M. crosstie manufacturer, of Waycross. house, and lets the same old ad run
Bowen. Ga has been spending several (lays in without change. makes a mistake. The JlJ|
Mr. L. ld+ + of Lloyd Sation, Tallahassee this week on business. merchants who tackles advertising as a Pr (C flh 1 I F T4
Mr.eW.1. Lloydo yd Station,.aa.+ 4 v business proposition. and has an attrac- Me r c a n t les t
m;ide a IsinuISS trip to the Capital Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kid- tive new ad in every week, is the one
City Monday. neys and bladder right. Contains noth- who reaps the benefits.
+ + + ing injurious. For sale by Wight &+ wts4- Is the UPAO dateplace fn
Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall, of Ap- Bro. Taylor & Child keep for sale the p-to ate place fo
alaehivola. seint a few d(lays in Talla- + + + Ipst and cheapest lime in the market- gentlemen to get what
hassee this week. Secretary of State H. C. Crawford ndard band. M.14-m
+ + +o and Comptroller Croom ret-rned home standard brand.+M.14-lm
Mr. John M. Martin was here this Wednesday night from Tampa, where It is iv out tht Tallahassee will
week from Jacksonville. on business, th-y went to attend the meeting of the is z gven o tho wagons and thatwl
and toppd at Leo. ("ai~( ofsoon have a fine hose wagon. and that
and stopped at the Leon. Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias. horses will lie purchased for the ex- Farmers of Leon and adjoining coun- |
+ + + + + prefs purpose of hauling the apparatus ties have been held back with their I g IJ m
Dr. Gardner, the leading practitioner Miss Eliza Hik-ls Miller, a charming spring planting on account of the i
of Miccosuki, was in the Capital Cit3 young lady of Miccosuki, is visiting to severe winter, which has lingered long-
this week on business, friends in Tallahassee, the pleasant If you advertise, do it systematically er than usual. The recent heavy rains
4 4 4 guest of Judge R. A. Whitfield and and in a business like way. If the have also delayed them in their work.
Easter Cards and Booklets; soire family. ote+elwcmsot ihalrea4.*
real beauties, at Miss Archer's. 4 4 + othimoer f ellow com es ou rht with a lrgeuad United States Marshal Forbes. 7
4 4 4 The mothers' meeting will be held at wants the business must tell the peo- has been busy serving warrants and.\
Capt J. R. Hodges, a prominent the home of Mrs. W. M. McIntosh next how ly he wats it The best summoning witnesses and jurors to at-
naval stores manufacturer, was here Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The e to doathls is through an advertise- tend the spring term of the United t a
this week from Sopchoppy." subject for discussion will be "Fathers waySto dothisist a adverse states District Court, which convenes c? B
+ 4 4 and Mothers of the Bible." ment in the paper. S this city next Monday. which c
The Pythian delegates to the Grand +4 4 44
Lodge at Tampa have returned home, Inks-a large line of Paul's Ink- Ouer merhanvisallduring the present The street force is now engaged ii
and all report a good time. from a 5c bottle to quarts. All colors. erai busies reval ing th copr cleaning up the streets of the Capitan
444 Indellible ink. Ink stands. Desk out- sprng.e abThte ae ving nof copintss Cityl Thut is a very commendabpi
Dr. G. W. Lamar, a leading disciple fits. Mucilage in safety bottles. to make autin the v alt winery work. and the health omicer should r
of Esculapius, was here this week from COX & STUBBS'. t d during the past winter, ck ad thet co-operation of ever should rI
Quincy, and stopped at the Leon. 4 + Velvet Beans for sale by P. T. MICK citizen of the city.
4 4 There has been a slight let-up in the V Ba M C14-ct o th city.
White barber shop. Over Pringle & voting for the most popular young lady LER. 4+ 4, 4M When you wake up with a bad taste
Johnson's store. tf in Tallahassee. People are saving their h Passion Pla is booked tor the in your mouth you may know that yot
+ + coupons for the home stretch. Better eahsso y is o ril The need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomac
Mr. J. M. Barrs, a prominent attorney not delay in voting, as you might not be opea thouset smes time in Api Te & Liver Tablets. They will cleanse
of Jacksonvoile, made a trip to Talla- able to get your ballots in. psucest one arc attsocnh ons being your stomach, improve your appetite Readc
l~assee early in the week, on legal busi- o 4 y successful o, e t t i b ang machyimproe e your appew Re
4tll v..,, isiti the~ and make you feel like a new man. ay o Sh t

ness. Mr. H. Horsier, who was elected In- dUUabove the average usuany yVIuaz* g
ess. Mr. H Hordler who was elected In- smaller cities. The managers of Mun- They are easy to take, being sugar We fill orders promptly.
4 4 +. ner Guard at the meeting of the Grand d r ^^J 8 ba- coated, and pleasant in effect. For sale w ior ers Promptly.
Miss Annie Chaires, formerly of Tal- -odge, Knights of Pythias, at Tampa, ro's opera house have not ad a barn- coWighated, and pleasant in effect. For Bro. complete equipment Pat
lahassee, but now of Washington. D. was in Tallahassee this week, en route storming aggregation here this season. by perience no delay in gel
C, has been visiting friends in the Cap- to his home in Pansacola. J thpate who has been SANITARY INSPECTION. kind of outfit desired. Ou
City. Mr. J. E. Parrish, of Lynchburg, a painting in Mr. Mickler's store, and Commencing with April 1st, a house
E Crawford, t he popular has been spending several days in nchburg, George Johnson, both white, had a to house inspection will begin and con- r
Mr. W. E Crawfordn Hotel, the popular has been spending several days in wheo little difficulty Tuesday afternoon, and tinue during the summer. Citizens Li
manager of the Leon Hotel, has return- city. Mr. Parrish is the gentleman who l Johnson was struck over the head with should get their yards in good sani-
bd brother a visit to the bedside of a sick receivedditions to the ontract forl. a hatchet, receiving a very painful tary condition in anticipation of any Is as perfect as care and
brother at Ralegh, N. C. additions to the State Capitol wound. official visitation, and to assist the au- can make it. Business me
+ + A thior'itis eing outfits for special trip
FOR SALE-2.*O acres, ten miles DANGERS OF PNEUMONIA. 4+4+ thoriti-es. Igotisfrseilti.
West of Tallahassee, two ae one-half Astim PNEUMONIA.ld I Call at Wight & Bros'. and get a free M. F. PAPY, H. 0. well to order here. Charge
west of Tallahassee, two ae one-half A cold at this time, it neglected is Spl ofCoke's Dandruff Cure. able.
from railroad. Suitable for stock range. liable to cause pneumonia, which is of- sample of Coke's Dandruff Cure. LMAN SLEEPER TO
W. E. BRADLEIY, Tallah@ssee, Fla. ten fatal, and even when the patient +Kilatrick of Jef LOCA PULLMARN SLEEPER TOT
March 21-1m. has recovered the lungs are weakened, Sheriff Kilpatrick, of Jefferson coun- CHARLESTON.T -
+a -+ making them peculiarly susceptible to t who aece a inDe The ant System has a local Pull-THE
Mr. J. W. Bullard, accompanied by the development of consumption. Fo- United States Marshal, is distinguish- man sl per leaving Jacksonville at 8
his sister, Miss Catharine Bullard, of ley's Honey and Tar will stop the ing himself and proving a terror to il p. m. d ly, arriving Charleston 6:40 a.
Pensacola, were here this week on their cough, heal and strengthen the lungs licit distillers. He has made ab ght m., in wlich passengers can remain un- K f
Way home from Tampa. and prevent pnuemonia. Sold by Wight number of arrests recently and brought til 7:30 a. m. Cheap excursion rates
+ + + Bro. his prisoners t Taasee. account Exposition. For further par-
Adjutant General J. Clifford R. Fos- Only white barber shop in the city. ticulars, reservations, etc., apply to F.
ter, pwho has been confined to his bed Over Pringle & Johnson's store. Geo. M. Jolly, D. P. A., Jacksonville. tf
the past teen dayswasableto be in hisravy, proprietor. tf ARSEVERE. B. LUTTERLO
Office a few hours Wednesday. +Cravy, propret. t A SEVERE COLD FOR 3 MONTHS. S. SCHAEFFER,
M r Cann M iIC During his stay in Tallahassee the The following letter from A. J. Nus- --___
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Milner, of Bir- Kn .a Rev. Dr. McDonald, of Jacksonville, baum, of Batesville, Ind., tells its own FINE FARM FOR S
mingham, Ala., en route to New Or- was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Phelps story: "I suffered for three months I ofr for sale my farm
leans, were here a few days this week. Against your life and health Warden Wilson. Dr. McDonald is pas- with a severe cold. A druggist pre- near Miccosuki. About 140
They were compelled to stop on account is a danger to be dreaded. The tor of the First Congregational church pared me some medicine, and a physi- high state of cultivation
of the washout beyond River Junction. s .rd their pres- of Jacksonville. cian prescribed for me, yet I did not stump, and all necessary
ence In the system and before + 4 4 improve. I then tried Foley's Honey goodfour-roomcottage wi
Royal Tailoring, Cleaning and Press- long they w openly a FOR SALE-Barnesville Top Buggy and Tar, and eight doses cured me." and dining-room attahed,h
ing. W. H. FREELAND. 2-tf y and a set of single harness. Good as Refuse substitutes. Sold by Wight & barn and other necessary o
4+ 4+ 4 *. Tils new. Apply to tr. E. McGRIFF. Bro. and a never failing well of
On account of the washout on the llia s LittlIC Lil1er HIlS Mch. 7-tf. About 70 acres is timber
railroad west of River Junction many + + + FOR STOCK FOOD-Early Amber enough wood for all future
travelers have been compelled to stop rd Uncle Sam's revenue officers are still Sorghuiam and Millet; Northern grown. Plenty of good land adjoining
trvelrsin hav e enity ompseleledy.TeOfe edy.tonsofsekigulans, cangonor land dress.
difover in th e city for severalowded duringays. The and andex ellin the hot on the trail of Taylor county moon- M.14-2t BALKCOM'S DRUG STORE. be bought cheap. For furt
different hotels were crowded durin enemies of the human body. shiners. It is quite likely that several ulars call on or address.
e early part of the week. Williams' Litte Lver ris more arrests will be made before the cESTRAY NOTICE.W B RA
4-t--& eee Etimulate the action of the ESTRAY NOTICE. W. & BRA
~tlmulate *L- -.-IWn idStates Court convenes in this WE R







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of 210 acres FOR SALE. 'E wood Home-
acres in a stead, comprisingf trial brick
without a mansion and ou fumshed or
fences. A unfurnished. n and 160 acres
ith kitchen of land, ompl ced, one mile
, contains from Talae le for sports-
outbuildings men's club or residence. Ad-
cold water. dress Mrs. E. H. Box 189, Tal-
land with lahassee. 3m
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Corn is a native of warm climates,
yet the average yield per acre even in
the extreme Northern States is larger
than in the South. That this is due to
the systems of cultivation and the soils
and not to the climate is shown by the
exceptional yields which have be-n
harvested in the South.
The possibilities of this section for
growing corn, when the very life of the
land has not been killed out of it by
continuous cotton growing, were thor-
oughly demonstrated in the prize com-
petition instituted several years ago by
the proprietors of the American Agri-
culturist. Out of forty-five prizes of-
fered for the single acre yields, the
Southern States captured fourteen, tIle
grand prize included. The largest yield
was two hundred and fifty bushels of
shelled corn, grown by Capt. Drake. of
South Carolina. The smallest was
filty-one bushels, an.l the average of
these fourteen prize crops was niinitVy-
five bushels to the acre. Th' enormous,
crop of Caipt. DraKe was grown at a
loss-or it would have been had it not
been for the prizes-on account of his
very heavy fertimzing; but it is under-
stood that all of the others were prof-
To make corn a profitable crop in the
South-or anywhere else for that miat-
ter-there should be a liberal applica-
tion of manure. The limit of profit in
commercial fertilizers is soon passed.
and it is in the cheap making and ap-
plication of domestic manures that the
profit must be sought for in the corn
Wherever cotton seed is available it
is one of the best of mainurial applica-
tions, used whole. The old custom was
to pile the seed up, as ginned, in an
immense heap and allow it to receive
all of the winter rains and become rot-
ten. It is found, however, that sound
seed is the best for this purpose, though
it must be either crushed or ground-
in order to prevent germination, or else
covered up in the ground long enough
to accomplish this purpose. Where the
rotting takes place in the open air, or
even in a large shed a considerable
part of the value of the seed as a ferti-
lizer escapes in a gaseous form.
Let the seed be strewn in a furrow in
mid-winter and covered with two fur-
rows. Then when planting time ar-
rives, split the bed thus formed, drop
the corn in the middle and cover again.
Still, unless the farmer is so isolated
from a cotton seed mill that he would
have to ship his seed a long distance.
he had better exchange it for cotton
seed meal. Thewhole seed contains a
large percentage of oil which is useless
as a fertilizer, if not positively deleter-
ious, while if expressed, it would have a
considerable commercial value-more
than enough to cover the cost of the ex-
; change. Besides that, the meal is so
finely pulverized that it will feed --the
corn roots much better than whole seed
would.-Florida Agriculturist.

Many wonder how it is that pin
worms and stomach worms get into
children, or how a tape worm, 300 feet
long, can get in and exist and grow in-
side of a man, as it sometimes happens.
They may well wonder, for it is a great
mystery. However, maiy now know
from experience that Mother's Worm
Syrup will rid one of intestinal worms
and greatly improve the health after
the worms have been destroyed and ex-
pelled. It is absolutely a harmless
remedy to take. and as it only costs
25 cents, all should try it who suspect
worms to be the cause of their ill

Of the half-dozen plants extensively
grown for the express purl)pose of mak-
ing pickle, their' is none so gEnerally
1. 1T .

burn and wilt in dry weather. The
plants must be preserved from this if
they would be Kept in bearing a rea-
sonable period. Except on three or
four plants from which seeds are to be
raised, no cucumber should be allowed
to get further than half grown. Keep
the vines picked over closely and they
will continue to bear much longer.
In some localities insects are very
had on cucumbers. One must be pre-
pared to fight them. We have found
that a moth ball-camphor balls, so-
called-inserted into the soil between
two plants is a great protection to the
vines. Paris green must not be used
on cucumbers. An application of Bor-
deaux mixture will be in order if there
is any sign if unhealthiness as the
plants begin to bloom. *
Nowadays a very salable pickle is
made out out cucumbers considerably
larger than a plantain (red banana).
So they are gathered before the seeds
have begun to fill. These large cu-
cumbers are bartered and made into
swer(t pickle. Then again a choice acid
pickle is made from cucumbers from
one to two inches long.-Rural Voice.

Coughs, colks, croup, grip, bronchitis,
other throat and lung troubles are
quickly- cured by One. Minute Coifgh
Cure. One Minute Cough Cure is not
a mere expectorant, which liquifies the
mucous, draws out the inflammation
and removes tne cause of the disease.
Absolutely safe. Acts at once. "One
Minute Cough Cure will do all that is
claimed for it," says Justice of the
Peace .1. Q. Hood, Crosby, Miss. "My
wife could not get her breath and was
relieved by the first dose. It has been
a benefit to all my family."

Notwithstanding the failures that we
see each year, we are thoroughly con-
vinced that the poultry business ofte.s
a safer and more substantial occupa-
tion than any branch of farming in-
lustry. Failures can in every instarmce
be traced to some direct cause for
which we ourselves are to blame. Whien
a Tran desires to embark in a m'.rcan-
tile venture he studies the location, the
condition of the market, and the gen-
eral demands of the public; when he
enters the field of poultrydom 'he shoul.l
likewise study the conditions that will
confront him. He must select a loca-
tion, where not alone convenience, but
health and productiveness may be had.
His houses and yards must be planned
as would his store or dwelling. His
fowls must be selected for the special
purpose for which he has chosen them,
and lastly his close and undivided at-
tention must be given them. We can-
not enter the' business world without
money, neither can we embark in the
poultry business with any assurance of
success unless we have capital-not
millions, but sufficient to defy failure.
A few thousand dollars invested in
poultry will give better returns than in
any other business, and there are any
number of shrewd men who are today
making money and growing wealthy
from the products of their poultry

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
-soothea 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.


value( [as th u en'mw r. I t,'kes Oa
pickle which v(1'y one ,iis..cs and it Of the early history of this breed but
pickle which eery one rises and it little is known. Suflice it to say that for
is a plant that can be grown (for this I
particular purpolw) whenever there is ove prominent place inxy years the Minfica ha ccof
sixty days of summer of weather of pure-bred poultry. It is doubtless an
There are a number of varieties of '
cucumbers. Pickles can be ma,lo from imported breed, possessing in a great
cucumbers. Pickles can emmdegree all those meritorious qualities
all of them, but there are two or three degrewhich makell those favorites with both
kinds specially prized for the purpose, fancier and the farmer.
such as the Extra Early Green Prolific, fancier and the farmer. test lay-
n Minorcas are among our greatest lay-
the Nichols Mledium and the Evergreen. ers being excelled by the Leghorns
The White Spine is a variety wellalone, and th number. When
known to the Southern grower, compared in weight the Minorcas sur-
The cucumber, is plant at thlie sameass in e production all other breeds,
time with beans-when all danger ofpass in egg prodingthe largest known.her breeds,
frost is past. They can be started two their egged is extremely hardy, and,
weeks earlier if ial-fraines are usedardy, and,
weeks earlier if t al-framo s are used though good foragers, they stand con-
vance-hids 5x4 feet. The crop isn be a-nner finement well, and make ideal fowls for
vancd considerabl in then opened the the backyard of a small city lot.
The hens are non-setters, and are ex-
ill plan islt t best. thuh mst cellent winter layers. They are the
commonly follofl A m< larger largest of the non-setting breeds, the
yield of -ui(tnilh.-s can be idle by td w o males eing eight
having tho rm;s five and on-half or standard weight of males being eight
six feet ,irt and drilling the seed pounds and that of the females six and
along in the row. later thin owt to a half pounds.
along in the row. Later thin out to We now have in the Minorca class
one plant every eighteen (or fifteen) Wthe sinle comb black, ve in the Mingleorca comblass
inches apart. Keep ahead of the weeds, the single comb black, the single comb
and give the last hoeing just as the white and the Rose comb black, the lat-
plants begin to run. Then let them ter two being sports from the former.
alone. It may be necessary to pull a In appearance the Minorcas are most
few weeds tnat spring up in the row, graceful, and a flock of them will at-
but it is rarely needed. tract attefition at any time.
Do not concentrate the manure (or Their color is metallic black, with
fertilizer") just in the single furow, not a trace of white or smut in any part
but use whatever manure is applied of plumage. The single comb varieties
broadcast-at least, to the extent of have large, though not coarse, combs;
eighteen inches on each side of the that of the male having six points,
row. When the fertilizer is broadcast- standing perfectly erect, while the fe-
ed the plants are not near so likely male's comb falls to one side of the
to suffer from drought. Manure con- head, so as to cover'one eye.
centrated in the single furrow will al- The comb, face and wattles are bright
most invariably cause the plants to red; the lobes pure white, almond
shape. The legs are black and free
a.vmsv traeo nf feathers or uilL

Not only in feelings but in looks. The
skin is clear, the eyes are bright, the
cheeks are plump. No more pain and
misery, no more sick headache, no more
jaundice. What worked the change?
. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
which cured the disease of the stomach
that prevented proper nutrition, and also
cleansed the clogged and sluggish liver.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition. It
cures diseases of lungs, heart, liver, and
other organs which seem remote from
the stomach because many of these dis-
eases have their cause in a con-
dition of the stomach involving the
allied organs of digestion and nutrition.
SI sent you a letter alout a year arZo," writ-s
Mr. J. El.lis Haminilt. f arin-ton.fFarin Marion
Co.. West Va. "I stati-'i y case as plainly as I
could, and received a hlitt-r frollm vo' in a few
days. telling ic to use Ir. ierce's- ( ,'lhn Mil-
icl Discovery and," F -avorite I'rc.cri;ti',n '-a
bottle of each. I used three of tacn ii.nal feel
like a new woman. Don't uiffer any pain or
mistrv any more. B(-fort-e usiii, your ni.liciiie
I uff.-red all the time-hadll jaimlice. ;cai'i-d
from foxl not digesting prolpr y. I woiuti liah.2'
sick headache three ap'd four times in a 'ck.
Conld not do the work myself. I commenced
using your inedicincs as recommennded for liver
complaint, and think I am curi d now. I aked
our doctor if be couldn't cure nie. ,andlh he :-id h
could give Ie Inledicine to htlp ne but the
trouble might return any time. I doctorild
three years without any relief. lHaven't had
sick headache since I took the first bottle of
your medicine."
Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure constipatioa.

teristics; still, with the many excellent
incubators now on the market, and at
prices within the reach of every one,
this is no longer a serious objection,
and in the near future we will doubt-
less see Minorcas generally bred by
farmer as well as fancier.-Home and

The complexion always suffers from
biliousness or constipation. Unless the
bowels are kept open the impurities
from the body appear in the form of
unsightly eruptions. DeWitt's Little
Early Risers keep the liver and bowels
in healthy condition and remove the
cause of such troubles. C. E. Hooper,
Albany, Ga., says: "I took DeWitt's
Little Early Risers for biliousness.
They were just what I needed. I am
feeling better now than in years."
Never gripe or distress. Safe thorough
and gentle. The very best pills.


At the Florida State Normal and In-
dustrial School for Colored Students.
Tuesday, March 17th, at three o'clock
a number of teachers and students
gathered in the main building of the
Florida State Normal and Industrial
College to witness the opening of the
School for Teachers, which will last
two months.
The exercises consisted of music and
addresses. The addresses were made
by prominent men, among whom were
State School Commissioner Wm. N.
Sheats, and Dr. S. N. Vass, of North
Carolina. At the conclusion of these
exercises resignation cards were dis-
tributed, and while the enrollment is
not yet in hand, it is expected that a
goodly number of teachers will attend.
It was gratifying to President Young,
who is in direct charge of the institute,
and who will be assisted by a strong
corps of instructors,including a special-
ist in institute work, to see the flatter-
ing prospects for a successful two
months' work. It is his intention to
make the work of lasting value to those
who attend.
This privilege comes to the teachers
of the State upon the close of their
schools, and,.therefore.many may make
th., most of the opportunity. This fact
was dwelt upon by Superintendent
Sheats in his address to the institute.

If he's had Itching Piles. They're ter-
ribly annoying; but Bucklen's Arnica
Salve will cure the worst case of piles
on earth. It has cured thousands. For
Injuries, Pains or Bodily Eruptions it's
the best salve in the world. Price 25c
a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all

Boone, the hypnotist, gave one of his
wonderful exhibitions Saturday night.
at the opera house. The performance
was billed for Friday night, biut on ac-
count of the inclement weather" v as
postponed. Saturday afternoon the free

Nervousness, Bach-ache, Despondency,
Insomnia, Sexual Impotency, and all
diseases resulting from Early Errors,
Later Excesses, Overwork or Worry,
which, if neglected, completely under-
mine the system, often resulting in In-
sanity and Death! if you have any ot
the above symptoms MEXICAN MIX-

"Something New Under
The Sun."

All doctors have tried to cure CAT \L..:ll
by the use of powders. :14 id gases, inhalers
and drugs in paste form. Their powders dry
up thle muctnous membranes causing them t"
crack open :ind bleed. The powerful acids
used in the inhalers have entirely eaten
away the same membranes that their makers
have aimed to cure. while pastes aind ont-
ments cannot reach the disease. An old :,<.i
experienced practitioner who has for many
years made a close study and specialty of
the treatment of V'ATARiI.l. has at last per-
fected a Treatment which when faithfully
used, not only relieves at once. but perman-
ently cures CATARRIIl. by removing the
c.ause. stopping the discharges and curing all
inflammation. It is the only remedy known
to science that actually reaches the afflicted
parts. This wonderful remedy is known as
TARRIC ('RE." and is sold at the extremely
low price of one dollar. each package con-
taining internal and external medicine suf-
ficient for a full month's treatment and ev-
erything necessary to its perfe't use.
"SNI'FFlF.S"' is the only perfect ('A-
TAIRRII (lRE ever made and is now rec-.g-
nized as the only safe and positive cure for
that annoying :nd disguisting disease. It
cures all inlamnimation quickly and periian-
ently. and is also wonderfully quick to re-
lieve HAY FEVEIt or <'Hll in the IIEAll.
CAT'I'AAll when net.rle-h l(d often leads to
CO('()NI'MTIO(N--SNI'I'l.S"' will save
Yo if yoi niuse it :11on rce. It is no ordinary
remedy, hut : (.i ontplele tr:allient whi-lh is
positively guliir.lntled to <"re C" '.AIttIl in
any form or sia.e if used :c< direct' ii.ns whii'-l accolli'ilmany e4:cli pEackag(e.
lDon't delay, lint send fmor it ait <,nie. and
write full ,:irtiici.l:us as to youir condition.
and you will receive slpcial service from the
discoverer oif this woinderrul relnody re-gard-
ing vyoir icse within i cos t to you il.vond the
regular price of .sNI'i'l'I.ES," the GI;ARt-
Sent pre,:id to :inv address in the United
States on receipt of one dollar. Address
l]e)t. ('740. EDI\VIN I. GII.l:S & CO.. 2::;:o
and : 1::12 Market street., Philadelphia.

Fill your Larder from


- Grocery.

That's the surest way to be sure
of getting the best of everything,
promptly delivered, at money-
saving prices. I want to carry
your grocery account.

The Grocereies I Carrv



The Farsnet'
The Ga~rden.-

The Housew~4
are -worth La a "'t .
than tlw "t~t~L~
Oeveywlhere. 4q -mm'
Detroit, ,kh4k

exhibition given on the streets drew a
large crowd.
A committee of six prominent citi-
zens drove over the town, placed in
The Tallahasseean box at the post-
office a letter addressed to Mr. J. S.
Winthrop. They then drove around
and hid the key under the carpet in
Governor Jenning's office at the capitol.
While in the governor's office the com-
mittee took his hat from the nail,
placed it on his desk and then hung it
up again. Boone, blindfolded, drove
over the route taken by the committee,
went to the capitol, took the governor's
hat down, placed it on the desk and
then hung it up again. He found the
key, drove to the postoffice, found the
letter and delivered it to the man to
whom it was addressed.
The performance at night was even
more wonderful. It consisted of mind
reading, hypnotism, etc., and the en-
tire audience was thoroughly convinc-
ed that "Boone is the most wonderful
hypnotist that ever visited Tallahas-
see." The gentlemen who assisted the
performer on the stage were among
Florida's most prominent citizens, men
wno would not be guilty of knowingly
aiding in the perpetration of a fraud.
Many of them were skeptics and went
up with the expressed purpose of ex-
posing ar.y trickery that might have O
bec-n attem,)ted. They left satisfied
that the man is a genuine mind-reader
and hypnotist.

Sometirmes a fortune, blt never, if
you have a sallow complexion, a jaun-
diced look. moth patches and blotches
on the skin-all signs of Liver Trouble.
But Dr. Kir-g's New Life Pills give
Clear Skin. Rosy Cheeks, Rich Com-
plexion. Only 25 cents at all druggists.

From all the resort points in Flori-
da come reports of an unusually suc-
cessful season. There has been a
greater number of visitors than ever
before, while the increase over any for-
mer winter has been remarkable.
There are fully 1,200 more people on
Lake Worth than at this time last year.
These facts point strongly to the high
favor in which Florida is growing as
America's acknowledged winter resort.
Thousands who formerly took the long
and tedious trip across the continent to
Pacific points are now turned to Flori-
da's far better climate. The custom of
coming South to escape the bitter Nor-
thern winters is rapidly growing, and
with the general prosperity prevailing
an ever increasing host will in future
years be found flocking to this land of
sunshine and pleasant weather.-Jack-
sonville Metropolis.

When you take ;rove's Tastele-s Chill fonic
because the formula is plainly printed on every
bott e slowihi that it is simply Iron and Qti-
nine in a tasteless foi' No uile. No Pay. 50k.


How About

Your Heart

Feel your pulse a few minutes.
Is it regular? Are you short of
breath, after slight exertion
as going up stairs, sweeping,
walking, etc? Do you have
pain in left breast, side or
between shoulder blades, chok-
ing sensations, fainting or
sn othering spells, inability to
lic on left side? If you have
a y of these symptoms you
certainly have a weak heart,
a d should immediately take
lies'. Heart Cure

Ir. F. I. Oaks of Jamestown, N. Y,
w :,'.e :n;'Ai. Lace a i)-;ars ab! vc, .a :.:
Exces:.ivc u' o e a t',!acc erio ly
a: -cted my heart. I suliered sv'vtre
p ins about the heart, ail in thir left
sl ,ulder and; whi!e the p'hPitation
w uldl awaken me frm nv seicep. I
Sran taking Dr. Milts' liHeart Cure
a soon found tprnmanent relief."
Sold by al Druggists,
0 Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.

A -

T e Requirements

of the Occasion
wi receive prompt attention when en-
tr ted to us.
c will take entire charge as soon as
no fled of death and make all arrange-
m ts for, and conduct

in manner highly satisfactory to all
co cerned.
horges are moderate.
etallic, Wood and Cloth covered

Tallahassee, Fla.

he Wesleyan Methodists of Tallahassee have
Saching services every ,Sunday at 11 a. m. a.d
7 p. in. Sablmith school l at 9:30 a. in. ;
cl ss niee ing at ;:3: p. in. regular mid ive-ek
I yer service on Thurdeay evening at 7 o' clock.
E *rvloly wclcoin .
m Rev. F. K FiTc, P. C.

professional yards.

lice in Masonic luildiin .
'als answeiet.d night and day.
hone 110. 2:;-


Office over Capital City Bank.

nSttiD ". MYtKs.

T. S. E. Railroad
I'ial run a passenger train every day in tf.e
V wek except Sunday.:
Schedule elective April 1, 1901.
ead down. Read up
1:15 pA.m. LV.... "'acissa....Ar. a. m. 9:15
r:OJ pm. I Ar..Tallahassee...Lv. a. m. 8:00
I (Bell Air Crossing) i

b. Tickets will be for sale at Dr. Lewis' Drug
LStore. Thomas City, and at the train twenty
Minutes before leaving.
Are the best that can beprocured. For information as to freight or express, apply
I make a specialty of handling Iro Dr. Lewis, agent, or Capt. Thomas, conduc-
thebestgroce riesestorattrain.
the bestgroceries.Hack will meet train at Bell Air "-asing, and
returning leave Tallahassee in tim. ,meet train
or Thomas City.
All creditors, legatees, distributees, and
L p .. j all persons having any claim or demand
esh Eggs and against the estate of Annie S. Hartt, de-
ceased, late of Leon county, Florida, are
,called upon to present them duly authenti-
s R UTfter cated to the nndersihned adminlstratnr of


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Wg Vealer i i Mari,l,
Domestic. Orders Fil' l I I. ,11
ee his lut arid prir s ,r.
-oonev outside t- .*- -

Watchmaker r'iffl -


Watches, ('locks ,
repaired and w:A3t

To cm SICK As
and all diseases arWlI
digestion. Theyf
blood and make yo U
gelatin coated. .

~ old and er
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the onlysaf fr1rJ
medicine known. Price, Si. n
4 events postage for VFr at
particulars. Address Th-*Coi
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w --v


en lights in a

e appearance of t
possee, was suffici
tion that Green
sealed in the house
n was only needed t
be assumed, and un
Intelligence w
sembling crowd lik
t, and ere the sheri
lead forth his prison
wn which he had to c
th bodies. and echo
"Gentl',mnen. (lear the
eriff. a;t h:' appeared
d Ing culprit a
irs. 'The inurderr
nls "f thle laiw, an
re o"'hi 'i1 (ls of h
A shiut, of excerati(
but PnO :a .sii l indivi
"Giv' w'ay. there! C
the slh'"r t.ok a step
t the priso',er held b
)h. belo, mlurdering
Irseld blackleg! Wheu
ond." was heard dist
la0fused minglingg of vi
%"Gentlivln:l1' the law
rse: anti n good cit
e law. It is made f
ion fl .Hli-- land f(
"Lnch law\v is good e
outed :: voi

o the bIsin-ss right."
Five nil n. e;Wh :1rmn
ver. niw \a w' "' th!ls
sheriff. and the latiltr s
'It is win1 dtily to se'
conveyed, t,) i. !5' a. l
do my "I y. If ihlerc i-
shed lhere. tihe blame
you." And ii-' body of
forw-ar. the miob slowly
fore them.
Green, overwhPielmed
back. I was standing
see his face. It was gha
fear. Crashing his pin
sheriff forced him onw
tending with the crow
minutes, the officers g
age below, but the n
here, and blocking up
lately maintained the
Again and again the
to the good sense and j
"The prisoner will
trial and the law will e
"No, it won't!" was

A, Ak A M-; k

Baruoo. Rw

the sheriff, with
ent to start the
was somewhere
; and a sugges-,
to cause the fact Never tuht of SUh
hesitatingly de-
ent through the slgn fr a m C e did
e an electriccur- did yo
ff could manacle it's a ,ood sirn C
ner,the stairway T h
come was packed i Cts Emu"-in. The boc
going with oaths
_.S to be ke other
e way! cried the
with the white finngs anrJ Sco't '-l, i.ulsion r
t the head of the .
r is now in the the medicine that does it.
d will meet the
is crime!" These poor bodies wear ou
on rent the air,
dual stirred. from worry, from over-worl
;ive way!" And
or two forward, from disease. They get thi
villain! The and weal:. Sov-e cf the nce
re's Willy Ham- .
inetly above the ones are. not weL mace-an
v must have its all of the c2J one. are racck
tizn will oppose from long -i,,
for your protec- O .-
or that of the S.cott' :s )': .I: xcs

nough for him," kinds. It v*!- r ,'
er. "Hand him
I we'll save you inside '" ,
g him, and the
gallows. We'll bones ; .(;(1 "<
ed with a revol- wcak I '
elves around the '*
,aid firmly: patCS .. :
this man safely teriais :., ,:-
nd I'm going to
any more blood and the i. ::. ,: ;i O
will rest with ,
f officers pressed through *. of halt
ly retreating be- No one hi.; tur

with terror, held YOU Can do it v,.1ir.,sef-'yo
g where I could
istly with mortal ,,_ n' tc bLottle.

aioned arms, the
ard. After con-
d for nearly ten
gained the pass-
nob was denser
the door, reso-
ir position.
sheriff appealed
justice of the peo-
have to stand a
Execute sure ven-
sternly respond-

"Who'll be judge in the case?" was
"Why, .ndge ILyman!" was contempt-
1Y uoun.-.y answered.
"A blackleg himself!" was shouted
by two or thre.- voices.
"Blackleg judge,. and blackleg law-
yers! Oh, yes' The law will execute
S sUre vengeance. Who. was in the room
gambling with Preen hn(d Hammond?"
"Judge Lyman!" '"Judge Lyman!"
was answered tack.
"It won't do. sheriff' There's no law
In the country to reach the ease but
Lynch law. and that the scoundrel must
,ave. Give him to us!"
"Never! On, men, with the prison-
'er!" cried the sheriff resolutely, and
the posse made a rush toward the door,
bearing back the resisting and now- in-
furiated crowd. Shouts. cries, oaths,
.and savage imprecations blended in
wild discord, in the midst of which my
blood was chilled by the sharp crack of
a* pistol. Another and another shot
followed, and then, a cry of pain thrill-
ed the air, the fierce storm hushed its
fury in an instant.
"Who's shot? Is he killed?"
There was a breathless eagerness for
the answer.
"It's the gambler!" was replied.
"Somebody has shot Green."'
A low muttered invective against the
victim was heard here and there, but
the announcement was not received
with a shout of exultation, though there
was scarcely a heart that did not feel
pleasure at the sacrifice of Harvey
Green's life.
It was true as had been declared.
Whether the shot were aimed delib-
erately, or guided by an unseen hand
to the heart of the gambler, was never
known; nor did the most careful exam-
ination, instituted afterward by the
countyy. elicit any information that even
directed suspicion toward the individ-
ual who became the agent of his death.
At the coroner's inquest held over
the dead body of Harvey Green, Simon
Slade was present. Where he had con-
cealed himself while the mob were in
search of him, was not known. He
looked haggard, and his eyes were anx-
lous a(lI restless. Two murders in his
house. occurring in a single day, were
quite (-nough to darken his spirits; and
the more so, as his relations with both
the victims were not of a character to
awaken anything but self-accusation.
As for the mob, in the death of Green
its eager thirst for vengeance was satis-
l ed. Nothing more was said against
Slade, as a participator in the ruin and
death of young Hammond. The popu
lar feeling was one of pity rather than
indignation toward the landlord, for it



tile X(c\,u of Scott
I ..~tisI;n :d Is on ti,
1.1~~~~~~ d. r every bottle.
iStrid for frce sample.
~~'--SC(TTr & IOWNE,
st. NewVo-
~~ 5sc. andu i. all druggist

was seen that he was deeply trouble
One thing I noticed, and it was th
the drinking at the bar was not su
)ended for a moment. A large pr
portion of those who made up the crov
of Green's angry pursuers were excit
by drink as well as indignation, and
am very sure that but for the made
ing effects of liquor, the fatal sh
would never have been fired. After t
fearful catastrophe, and when eve
mind 'was sobered, or ought to ha
been sobered, the crowd returned to t
bar room. where the drinking- was r
newed. So rapid were the calls f
liquor that both Matthew and Fran
the landlord's son, were kept busy mi
ing the various compounds demand(
by the thirsty customers.
From the constant stream of humE
beings that .flowed toward the "Sick
and Sheaf," after the news of Greei
discovery and death went forth,
seemed as if every man and boy with
a distance of two or three miles h
received intelligence of the event. Fe
very. of those who came, but went fir
into the bar room, and nearly all w
entered the bar room called for liquc
In an hour after the death of GreE
the fact that his dead body was laid o
in the room immediately adjoining
seemed utterly to pass from the co
sciousness of every one in the bar. T
calls for liquor were incessant, and,
the excitement of drink increased, t
I voices grew loader, and oaths mo
plentiful, while the sounds of laught
I ceased not an instant.
"They're giving him a regular Iri
wake," I heard remarked, with a brut
I turned to the speaker, and, to u
I great surprise, saw that it was Jud
r Lyman, more under the influence
drink than I remembered to have se
him. He was about the last man I e
r pected to find here. If he knew of t
strong indignation expressed towa
him a little while before, by some of t
r very men now excited with liq!-)r, 1
i own free drinking had extinguish
- fear.
i "Yes, curse him!" was the answ
e "If they have a particularly hot corn
- 'away down below,' I hope he's ma
s its acquaintance before this."
e "Most likely he's smelled brimston
d chuckled the judge.
h "Smeled it! If old Clubfoot has:
o treated him with a brimstone-bath lo
before this, he hasn't done his du
a If I thought as much, I'd vote for sen
- ing his majesty a remonstrance fort
t with."
d "Ha! ha!" laughed the judge. "Y
- are warm on the subject."
"Ain't I? The blackleg scoundr
t Hell's too good for him."
"H-u-s-h! Don't let your indigo
tion run into profanity." said Judge I
man, trying to assume a serious air, I
the muscles of his face feebly obey
his will's feeble effort.
"Profanity! Poh! I don't call ti
profanity. It's only speaking out
meeting, a3 they say-it's Only calli
black black and white white. You I
lieve in a hell, don't you, judge?"
"I suppose there is one; though
don't know very certain."
"You'd better be certain!" said 1
other, meaningly.
S"Why so?"

A~ 41


en are sold by us, and not being higher in
":z- price than Lne impure and inferior
he goods, should be the only kind permit- < m v
id ted on the table. The only Arml y a
he These are some brands we can strong- oweI| regulator, and liver ftalize
his ly recommend.
ied known
As pleasant to the as
er. t
ier candy, and as positive as t harsh-
Le a g t ntral No gripe or
e, Marcus' New Saloon No in
,e, W 1 2.%50,o ntsu. j

n't R. L. COLLINS,
Ing I


na-l c I v

eod subtle

hat .
in "'--
ing ; '"

Distinctive Marks isin
half the casm It deceives the
the Is possessed by our unknowing ofer. Its .any
work. Our .... Mo the tem. Tobattle
a mani mIlv rma nf them is vai.

Sman's face-"that you'll get about as ing at the sight, I passed from the room
hot a corner n the lower regions as s into the open air,.and aught my breh
to be found there, whenever you make several times, before respiration agi2n
the journey in that direction." went on freely. As I stood in frone ot
"You are insolent!" exclaimed the the tavern, the. body of Judge Lynam
juage, his face becoming inflamed. was borne out by three or four men, Ad
"Take care what you say, sir!" The carried off in the direction of 1ls
man spoke threateningly. dwelling.
"You'd better take care what you "Is he dead?" I inquired of those iho
say." had him in charge. *
"So I will," replied the other. "But"- "No," was the answer. "He's pot
S What's to pay here?" inquired a dead, but terribly beaten," and they
third party, coming up at the moment, passed on.
and interrupting the speaker. Again the loud voices of men in angry
"The devil will be to pay," said Judge strife arose in the bar room. I did hot
Lyman, "if somebody don't look out return there to learn the cause, oK to
snarp." witness the fiend-like conduct of the
"Do you mean thatfTor me, ha?" The men, all whose worst passions '
man, between whom and himself this stimulated by drink into the wildest
1 slight contention had so quickly sprung fervor. As I was entering my room, the
up, began stripping back his coat thought flashed through my mind that,
sleeves, like one about to commence as Green was iound there, it need
boxing. only the bare suggestion that I tad
it "I mean it for anybody who presumes aided in his concealment, to direct:to-
to offer me an insult." ward me the insane fury of the drunken
k, The raised voices of the two men now mob.
drew toward them the attention of ev- "It is not safe to remain here." I jaid
n cry one in the bar room. this to myself, with the emphasis of a
"The devil! There's Judge Lyman!" strong internal conviction.
: I heard some one exclaim, in a tone of Against this, my mind opposed a'few
surprise. feeble arguments, but the movie I
: "Wasn't he in the room with Green thought of the matter, the more clhrly
. when Willy Hammond was murder- did I become satisfied that to atteinpt
; ed?" asked another. to pass the night in that room was to
"Yes, he was, and what's more, it is me a risk it was not prudent to assume.
said he had been playing against him So I went in search of Mrs. Slad. to
all night, he and Green sharing the ask her to have another room prepared
1 plunder." for me. But she was not in the hruse,
, This last remark came distinctly to and I learned, upon inquiry, that *nce
* the ears of Lyman, who started to his the murder of young Hammond.; she
teet instantly, exclaiming fiercely: had been suffering from repeated Iiys-
"Whoever says that is a cursed liar!" terical and fainting fits. and was now
The words were scarcely out of his with her daughter, at the house pf a
mouth, before a blow staggered him relative, whither she had been carried
against the wall, near which he was early in afternoon.
standing. Another blow felled him, and It was on my lip to request the cham-
then his assailant sprang over his bermaid to give me another room, but
prostrate body. kicking him, and stamp- this I felt to be scarcely prudent. for if
ing upon his face and breast in the most the popular indignation should happen
V brutal, shocking manenr. to turn toward me, the servant would
"Kill him! He's worse than Green!" be the one questioned, most likely. as
.. somebody cried out, in a voice so full of to where I had removed my quarters.
cruelty and murder that it made my "It isn't safe to stay in the hosee"
;. blood curdle. "Remember Willy Ham- said I. speaking to myself. "Two; per-
mond!" haps three, murders have been commit-
The terrible scene that followed. in ted already. The tiger's thirst for
which were heard a confused mingling blood has been stimulated, and who can
of blows, cries, yells, and horrible tell how quickly he may spring again,
ts oaths, continued for several minutes, or in what direction?"
t's and ceased only when the words, "Don't (To be continued.)
he strike him any more! He's dead!"(Tbecniud
were peated several times. Then the
wild strife subsided. As the crowd ll
parted from around the body of Judge
Lyman, and gave way, I caught a sin-
gle glance at his face. It was covered r I l
k. with blood, and every feature seemed To iou Kidneys
to have been literally trampled down,
until all was a level surface! Sicken-

d Foley's Kidney Cure Dr. Jenner's
at makes kidneys and bladder right
s-Kdney Pills
o- Foley's Honey andTar Kidney Pills
ed cures colds, prevents pneumonia.

n- Foley's Honey d Tar cause the kidneys to work as
ot r c d ,sesure. No oies nature intended they should.
he forchUdren#safesure. oopates. e b
ry They build up me shrunken
ve KING OF MALARIA walls of the t'wneys, as no
re- Is king of all CHILL TONICS. known remedy has been found
or to do before.
1k, As a cure for urinary troubles
ed they have no equal.
le 25, 50 Cents MB
n i .- R. L. COTTTNS,

ad Druggist,
'st .-
ho [ i Don't Force

or.N^Your Bowels
ng, lwith harsh mfrneal wwhilch
he always leave bad afticffccts
as on the ente Syst an where
e The Deuce to Pay theiruseis persisted ,tcndto
er o widely wrc the omach
When liquors are impure. and bowels.
ish Not only is it throwing money away $
tal to buy such, but it is injurious to the use
health to during them.
ge PURE LIQUORS. Edgars Cathartfc


Schedule Effective March. 190_. 4
North & Ea;st.i ;S :-4 6 ;; | ;; South. 155 [ 27 3f1
Lv Jacks'nvi'e;4 34,3p 14 O1a 8 Iopj 7 15a Lv. Jacksonvilje~. 4 00p 9 2(l0 S 20p
Ar Fern'd'na. OOp 11 3o i Op;...... Ar. BIaldwin .. 37p 10 07) a O4)4Op
Ar Brunsw'k. ..... 1 lp 10 4)5p 14a0 1 Ar. Stake .. .. 5 40p 11 1-'a 1a 12p
Ar Savannah. ,...... 1 0p 12 loWa12 Olp Ar. Waldo .. .. 031) 11 40a 10 42p
Ar l'airfax... ..... .: 4op 1 0 :|....... Ar. (;ainesviii .. ; 48p 12 15p ......
Ar Ienntmark. ..... 4 '27p 1 a! ...... r. Ar. cher .. 7 op ...... ......
..r C',linli:. ...... 6 1,, : ..a ..... r. Cedar Ke. ...... ....
Ar c(am en.. ..... s ;p .,, : ...... Ar. Silver Spat; ...... 1 SPD ......
Ar Iamlet. .....lo 40p 41 lo .1 Ar. Ocla ..... ...... 45p 12 40a
Ar Wilni'ngt r ........... .12 o3i ...... Ar. Wild w P.woo ...... 2 40p 1 4oa
Ar So. Pins. ... ;I 1 .i: 17 ...... Ar. Lei. sl, urg .. ...... : 17 3 4.5a
Ar lalf-ighl.. .... I 1 :%.a lo 211: ...... Ar. ''ava:ir.s ...... : 46p 4 23a.a
.r i'nr sn.i'l ...... 7 ':; ........Ar. r o r:, ...... lOp 7 '0a
Ar ii' i Ii ; .. lop! .. r inler i' k ....... 4 .
Ar o.l't.4" .'i t 11 4.::" 7 : 1. ...... \r l ,: 'itv. 4 -: l: a
Ar \'ashingt *n ..... .. o Il ; S opi ...... .. r. l;tnt Ar WI. tli ,orr ... 1 i a ... A .. 40 5 a
Ar i'iil'l;lij ... .. .I ':1 o" : I ....... E; 1 F "" 4 -
wNrsi & N-w 41-1-ans. :: I Ar. liair-s es ... I p 4 2:a
1 .LI k .-i ll ..... .- o. t 1i Ar. L v lg :. 4 a
Ar. I.:ik Ciy ...... .. 4 : Ar. -l.ri. n ... 2 ..p 4 52a.
A i. .iv k .... ........ : A i li ..... : p )a
liso .... .. ..s r. . i p O a
A l kIiii-ll ,t- hI............ 'p I 1 .'-' Ar.4 .r; .iivi .II .. ...... 3 2 23.p 4 52 ,3a
r. .l';kll1l i;ss4" ............ I I; l |)I 1!i 1 l o. \r. l iih m ..... :2 7,7,1,! 4 4"a
.\Ir. oui l lv .... .. .. 17p Ar. Ell ville.. ..... 24 ; 17a
A.\'. .i i'r .1 .in ........ ...... 5 .l p Ar. Live .: ...... 4 p 1; 42a
.Ar Pel is.-on .................... 1 .I 01p Ar. Wellborn ... .... .. o-p 7 2a
, .i. l; ......................2 : Ar. I.:.k, 4itr .t .. 2' 7 42a
A. I\ New 0rl,.:,ins ............... 7 ..a Ar. 4,lustt'e .. .. .. i5 ;21 i O.80a
Ar. S:indersowl ;. ....... p S 2a
Ar. .M1 'lrinn .. ...... ; .p 4a
Ar. ialIlwin_ r...'....... 4 48Sp 1 98a
Ar. Jad-ksonv ,.7-- ._.... 7 25p1)10 (Ka
Train No. :{4. the' i-'loril:i anAI M.- ro|lpolitan limited. lijI atililed train. l'ullman
t'Iiicnti.l Ietween St. Augustine. Jacksonville and New 'tfk.a tRichmond and Wash-
inltonl. Vestibuled day: coaches between Jactksonville an* %wa'lngton. Train 31 car-
ries P'lillanii Buffet slepjing -cars ltween J aiksonville atlI TN'l, and Pullman Buffet
sletip-rs Ibetween .IJaksonville : and Orlan)do. i
No. :;4 carries drawing room 1'0llman sleeper Jackson vil txld P'oint Comfort, via
lRichmond and ('. & 4). Ry. q I
No. ;;. Seaboard Fast Mail. I Pay coaches, mail. Imag :.- na express cars between
Jacksonville and Washington. and 'ullman Sm -plewr lItettW- i J'"ksonville and New York.
No. 27. 'iullman Parlor ears lIttween Jae ksonville an dnram .
No. 135 connects at Starke for L.aC'rosse. A Ichu.l, Willja1, Eannee and intermediate
points. and at Archer with Early IBird Bran ch.
Nos. 2 and 1. Pullman sleepwr Ietween Ne w Irleans a#il Ja onville.
Ste.-imers for Key West and Ilavana.-Lea ve Port Tamin tiSuntays, Tuesdays and Fri-
d, ys. 4; ::;o a. m. a&
N os. 2 and 1. Pullman slieelr between Ne w Orleans ailjna.sonvlle.
Full information :it Ticket ~flice. 'Phone 54. RIt. iP. llo s, ,ent.
JAS. M.1. IAnR. R. E. .. I"UN'll. '. A,. MaeIlONFLL,
1st V.-I'. & ;. M., Gen. Pass. Agent. ,. st. <;en. 'ass. Agent,
Portsmouth, \a. W. It. I'IEASANTS, Jacksonville, Fla.
T'rllic Manager. l


Louisville & NashvilI ailroad.-
In Effect April 4, o90 :
New Orleans and Mobile.
No. 4 No.2 :, No.1
12::35n'n ll:3pm5 r ............ Fensacola......... '. :3 5::)am i l:o4 pm
2:'22 pm 1 :r)2 m .m ............ FIitnaton........*. 2:3.: am 2:::U) pi
4:122 r.m .............. Mobile .......... 123 0I t 1 :;I.3I pm
8:25 pim 7:0 am ......... New rleans ... ........ m 9:30 a
No. 2 No.4 No.- No.
11:415 n 12 ::35 phi Lv ........... Pentsacola ..... .. Mr 4:410pin m 3: 6:15 alm (:30 pim Ar ........... onto ery........ 11:15ai 9:3:.
11:.59 nam 9:12 'im Ar ...........Birmingham ...... ... A 8::3iam n .*1 :3 I,
2::3)aim 8n:24)am Ar ............Louisville.......... \. 9:v 5 :15 pm 2:15. am
7:2N) am 11 :. ain Ar ..... ...... Cincinnati .. ....... ) m 11:153 ma
7:210am 1:30pIm Ar .............St. Louis..... 4 1' 4 .pin :5 :. pi
No. 21 No.:3 o. 2 No. 22-n
I :5:1, pm 74-.) am Lv .......Pensaeola.... .....1 :4) 41:3t0)m
2:15 n't 7:13 am ...............Bohemia........&..A I :37 pm. .':(i pn
2:- t .n't .... Ynie-.tra.... ... 10:31 pmin :e1 jin
2:2:1 nu't 7:18am .......... -...E'ambia.......... A A 10::32 Jim. .-:.7 ,ilpl
2:35.n't 7:25amn .. ...............Mulat............ 1 0:= pm 5:45 pinm
*2::39 n't 7:N28am ......... ...... lar....... .... 10:21 jIm 5:-14)pm
2:.oA n't 7::3. am .............. ai1i......... 1:1'15 pm 5:27 pin
2 :8n't 7:3 am .............Milton ......... 10:10pm 5:20pm
1:30am ........... iood Hage........ .......... 4:5.', Im
1:55 am .................Holt............. 9:3,i.m 4:35 pm
2:2oam 8:30am ........ ... llan......... .. 9:20 pm 4:11 pin
2:33 am 8::8 am ..............Crestview......... ... 9:13 pm 4:00 pm
3.00 am 8:56am ............... nd .......... 8:5.5 pm 3:3 pm
3:23 am 9:10am ............ Msy H............... 8:40 pm 3:16pm
4:03am 9:35 mn m .........DeFuniak Springs...... :18pm 2:4: plm
4:18am 9:-44 am .............Argyle......... 7:44 pm 2:31 plm
4:40am 9:57am .......... Poncede Leon......., A 7:21pm 2:13 pm
5: 00am 10:10am .............Westvlle ........... 7:17pm 1:55pm
56: am 10:15 am ...........RCaryville.......... 7:12 1 1:49 pm
6;33am 10::;0am .............Bonifay 5.....1.....m B:.5p 1 :27pm
6:00Sam 10:47am ... ......... Chipley......... 6:37pm 11.:04pm
6:30am ll:07am .......;.....Cottondale.....A 61 6:P8 pm 12.388n'n
7:00am 1125 am ............Marianna......... 6.00 pm 2:14n'n
7:30am 11:45am ..............Cypress. ........... A ~~538pm 11:45am
7:40am 11.52am u ............Grand Ridge... .. 5 :5:32pm 11:22am
7:58 am 12.02 n n ...............Sneeds... .. -- 5:21pm 10:50 am
8:15am 12:15 n'n Ar"........iver Junction"... Lv 5:10 10:20am

Carrabelle, Taltahassee 4M orgia R.R.
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f You Don't Find it Here Look

As a rule, man's a fool,
When it's hot.he wants it cool,
SWhen it's cool, he wants it hot,
Always wanting what-is not.
On the sly, the man's-not fly,
For when it's wet, he wants it dry,
And when it's dry, we. wants it wet-
He's wanting what he cannot get.
LAittle Willie," from his mirror
Licked the mercury all off,
SThinkng in his childish error,
It would cure the whooping cough.
At the funeral, Willie's mother
Sadly said to Mrs. Brown-
'Twas a weary day for Willie
When the mercury went down.'"
The people down at- Crawfordville
are organizing a brass band, and will
give a benefit entertainment in the
near future.
Save your woolen goods from the
ravages of moths by using camphor
balls, 10 cents a pound, 3 pounds for
25 cents. For sale at Balkeom's drug

Mr. C. D. Robertson, one of the edi-
tors of the Gulf Coast Breeze, was here
-Monday from Crawfordville on busi-
ness. He succeeded in getting ads from
some of our enterprising merchants.
+ +
Cures coughs and colds.
Cures bronchitis and asthma.
Cures croup and whooping cough.
Cures hoarseness and bronchial trou-
Cures pneumonia and la grippe.
Sold by Wiga. & Bro.
+ + +
Capt. R. A. Shine, who injured his
right knee two or three months ago, is
-Improving, and has discarded one
crutch. 'he captain, nothwithstand-
ing his misfortune, is as full of life as
ever, and never lets an opportunity
pass to crack a joke.
+ + +
Things are somewhat torn up at the
State Capitol. Attorney-General La-
nar's desks have been moved into the
office of Secretary of State H. C. Craw-
On account of bad health, Adjutant-
General J. Clifford R. Foster will prob-
ably take a short vacation, which he
will spend with relatives at St Augus-
Correspondents are requested to mail
their communications not-later than
Tuesday. They are also requested to
write plainly, so the operate r can read
them without magnifying glasses.
+ + -
The friends of Miss Kate Sullivan
are glad to see her at home again. She
taught the Lake Moor public school,
and her faithful services as a teacher
were highly appreciated by pupils and
patrons. She was deservedly popular.
+ + +
Yield rapidly to the wonderful cura-
tive and healing qualities of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It prevents pneu-
monia and consumption from a hard
cold settled on the lungs. Sold by
Wight & Bro.
The Cummer Lumber Company of
Jacksonville, has purchased all the cy-
press timber in the Suwannee river
swamps, from Ft. Fannin to Cedar
Keys, including nearly 100,000 acres.-
San Mateo Itemn.
A?. + 4+
Misses Lillian Armstrong and Lizzie
-Taylor, delegates to the Christion En-
deavor convention, kit Tuesday for
their homes in Quincy. While in Tal-
lahassee they were g,''sts of Mrs. R. C.
Dunn, at Mr. R. II. .Mickler's.
+ + +
but never follows the us-. (if -Foley's
Honey and Tar. It stops the cough,
heals and strengthens tih. lungs and
affords perfect security from an attack
of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes.
Sold by Wight & Bro.
+ -t+
. Mr. Charles Cay, a prominent naval
; stores operator, was here caily in the
week from Pin Hook. Hl rep irts that
the recent heavy rains greatly daniag 1
the turpentine interests. and that a
greater part of the low land was com-
pletely submerged in watl.r.
Mr. W. R. Wilson's spring opening of
fancy dress goods on Tuesday was at-
tended by large crowds of ladies. His
store was handsomely decorated with
a display of the most beautiful dress
goods ever shown in the Capital City.
See Mr. Wilson's announ.rpment in an-
other part of The Tallahasseean, if you
are looking for bargains.
4 + 4

The annual convention of the Florida
Sunday Schools will be held on April
8th at Gainesville. President W. N.
Sheats is working hard to make the
meeting a success.
Mr. F. P. Damon, chief engineer of
the C. T. & G. railroad, says that the
recent heavy rains did not injure that
,mad in the leas Tlho rmadea.l ia In

The work of razing the walls of the
southern extension of the State capitol
to tne ground is progressing in a rapid
manner.' The entire extension will
have to be rebuilt.
The spring normal course at .the
Florida State College, which opened
up a few weeks ago, is one of the most
successful in the history of that insti-
tution. Up to date seventy aspiring
pedagogues have entered.

The heavy rains of Friday, Saturday
and Sunday did considerable damage
to railroads throughout the South. On
account of the track being washed out
west of River Junction all trains from
the west have been delayed at the junc-
tion, and mails have been several hours
late getting in .
Money refunded itf it ever fails.
The Lakeland Strawberry Union is
making arrangements whereby they
will be able to get their strawberries to
market at a cost of about one cent per
quart by using refrigerator cars and
system for distrioution. It has here'o-
fore cost them from 12 to 14 cents per
quart .to market the berries.-Gaines-
ville News.
The city health officer has been or-
dered by the council to begin on April
1st a house to house inspection of the
city. This is in order to see that the
premises are kept free from trash piles
and other germ-producing nuisances.
'i ne inspection will be made every week
throughout the summer months.

The Best Prescription for Mali rla
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GROVE' s TASTE-
LESS CHILL TONIc. It is simply iron anW quinine
in a tasteless form. No cure, No pay. Price 50c.
Hon. John G. Ward, a candidate for
membership on the railroad commis-
sion, arrived in the city Wednesday, en
route to his home in Pensacola, from
Tampa, where he had been attending
the meeting of the Knights of Pythias
Grand Lodge.

Of the three Escambia county offi-
cials ordered by Governor William S.
Jennings to make a settlement by
March 15th, only one has complied
with the order, Sheriff Smith. 'Squire
Landrum and Constable Bobo, who are
said to be about $1,300 in arrears, have
not yet settled, and seem inclined to
make a contest
There have been eighteen arrests
made in Taylor county recently, of peo-
ple charged with making and selling
whiskey. All have been brought be-
fore United States Commissioner
Hodges, who bound them over to the
United States court, which convenes
in this city next week. Their cases
will be investigated by the Federal
grand jury.
Lately starved in London because he
could not digest his food. Early use of
Dr. King's New Life Pills would have
saved him. They strengthen the stom-
ach, aid digestion, promote assimila-
tion, improve appetite. Price 25c.
Money back if not satisfied. Sold by
all druggists.
Governor Jennings was on the pro-
gram to respond to the toast, "Flor-
ida" at the Hibernian banquet and cele-
bration in Savannah on St. Patrick's
Day. On account of pressing business
the governor could not attend, and our
Savannah friends were much disap-
There was quite a drop in the at-
mosphere Monday night, and Tuesday
was a clear, crispy day, causing many
people to hunt their overcoats. The
remarks made about the weather dur-
ing the day, prompts the remark that-
Mr. and Mrs. S, J. Hill, of Cordele,
Ga., have moved into the Dyke build-
ing on Monroe street. Mr. Hill is p-o-
prietor of the big saw mill at Spring
Hill, and is also interested in a large
wholesale business in Cordele.
The Southern Express Company has
been notified by the management that
the Georgia, Fjorida and Alabama rail-
road (the Georgia Pine) has been com-
pleted and is ready for business from
Tallahassee to West Bainbridge, Ga.
The line now extends from this city to
Arlington, Ga., a distance of eighty-
thr(-e miles.
The street and sanitary committees,
to which was referred the question of
the city co-operating with the govern-
ment in putting down a larger sewer
pipe from the market house, met Mon-
day afternoon. The members discussed
the matter for some time, and at
last decided to accept the proposition of
the government. The city will make
the excavation, and the government
will put in a ten-inch pipe.


Every housekeeper recognizes the
need of effective remedies to be used in
emergencies-when something must be
done right away. Such a remedy is
Perry Davis' Painkiller, for sprains and
bruises, for strained muscles and for
the aches and pains resulting from
blows and falls. Its mission of mercy
began sixty years ago. It is used in all
countries. There is but one Painkiller,
Perry Davis'.

Rev. J. T. Betts, of Jacksonville, has
been conducting a series of meetings
at the Baptist church this week, to
good congregations. Services will be
held tonight and the people are cor-
diaiv invited to attend. On Sunday

Tallahassee needs a thoroughly or-
ganized, well-equipped fire department
-one that will be able to handle any
fire we may have. The apparatus with-
out horses would be a dead drag, how-
, Mr. J. L. Hall, of Wakulla, one of the
substantial citizens of Wakulla county,
was in the city one day the latter part
of last week. Mr. Hall is one of the
largest stock raisers. of Middle Florida
and is an all round good fed.ow.
Mr. John L. Thomas, of Woodville,
one of the leading citizens of that sec-
tion, was in the city on Monday last
Mr. Thomas lives just over the line in
Wakulla county, and is another man
very largely interested in the stock
stock raising business.
United States Court convenes in this
city next Monday. The docket has
been growing recently, and it is likely
that there will be a busy term. A num-
ber of Taylor county moonshiners will
receive attention from the grand jury.
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The bridge across Six Mile branch,
on the Sunny Hill road, near judge
R. A. Whifield's plantation, is reported
in a bad condition since the heavy
rains, and needs looking after.
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Easter comes just one week from next
Sunday, and there is lots of fun in store
for the little folks. The ladies of St.
Agnes' Guild will hold their annual
Easter egg hunt on Monday, March 31,
at 4 o'clock p. m., on the lot next to Miss
Annie Chaires' residence.

Miss Ethel Webster and Miss Ora
Morse have returned from Tallahassee,
where they so creditably represented
the North Gainesville Christian En-
deavor Society at the State meeting.-
Gainesville Sun.
John Walton, a young colored man
who has been driving for Mr. J. W. Col-
lins, died Thursday morning at 8
o'clock from pneumonia. Remains
were taken to the country for burial
this morning.

An ad appeared in last week's issue
of The Tallahasseean asking for live
dogs, cats, frogs, etc., for which the
Florida State College offered to" pay
good prices. If you have any canines
or felines, now is your chance to dis-
pose of them.
Mr. J. D. Hagan, a leading merchant
of West Point, Ga., who has been
spending several days in the Capital
City on a visit, leaves tomorrow for
his home. This is Mr. Hagan's first
visit to Tallahassee, and he is favor-
ably impressed with the town and its

This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Br oQu Tablets
the remedy that emres a eld am sme day
SALE-Two and one-half years old. silver
-gray color. Can be registered. Address
W. E. BRADLEY, Miccosuki, Fla. M17-lm

SEVERAL of the moss prominent edences in
the city-on Calhoun and Cliat streets-
unsurpassed for business convenience or social
surroundings, such as are not on the market for
a lifetime. For terms apply early, if you want
to buy. W. W. McGRaFT.

WANTED-Bright men and w.omi'tii t.,
represent us in each county and town in this
State. Good pay and steady employment
to right parties. Southern Publishing Co..
Room 21.3, West Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.
Mch. 1-4t

WANTED-AT once, traveling salesmen; ex-
perience not absolutely necessary; $60 and ex-
Penicks. Va.

About Rubber?
Very few people do. We believe we
can be classed among the few. Let
us prove to you that we know all
about good rubber, so far as Water
Bags, Syringes, Nipples, Combs,
etc., are concerned. Our line of
rubber goods has been carefully
selected. It is of the kind that
give entire satisfaction at all times.

A Pain-Stop

When you come right down to
facts, about the only time-tried,
simple and sure cure for aches and
pains of any kind is a good Porous
Plaster. The most reliable Porous
Plaster is .REX. Try it, and you
will know it.
Cox & Stubbs,


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Hats and Headwear

A great variety of hats that were made
to wear and give satisfaction. Hats
that look well, and are the latest styles,
shapes and lowest prices. We have
straw hats, derbies, felt and every other

Hosiery, Underwear, Etc...

Ladies' Hosiery, Children's Hosiery,
Men's Hosiery, from 5 cents a pair up.
We make a specialty of Underwear and
do not allow any one to undersell us.
In fact, we are

-- Leaders in Low Prices


If you want regular rain-resisters, *y4 J.
have them. We are headquarters d ,
Umbrellas, from the common to
finest silks, and the price is the o
cheap thing about them. See our

- Umbrella I4klay


Our line of suspender and fa44 iVk-
wear for men cannot be suijs in
the city. All the new fads al2atres
If you wish to be up-to-dateAjIu i*ill
have to purchase from our s)ck
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Dye Away

to your heart's content with


Dyes. They are the most brilliant and
beautiful, easiest to use. Give the best
results in quickest time. Price 5 cents
per package.
Besides dyes, we have many other
things which are in demand at this sea-
Toilet Articles, etc., etc.
Also a complete stock of high class
Drugs and Medicines.

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
1I~aters Fin'l ndall kinds
of Euu4k i. ltiz 1411ils. 4et .1 Wil.
-on, Heater ftir your Ilath room..
liv its .u'*e you made comwor- -
tal Ae, taw~l the lanver ft lo Sick -
nes- en! irely removed. ~

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We have
them in all
styles and
shapes to fit
every figure,
and every
corset is sold
under this
most liberal
"W arrant-.
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Toilet Articles,


Rubber Goods,

Surgical Dress
Garden Seed

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Tallahassee Drug Co.,

Wight & Bro.,

Marcus' New

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The best thing on earth is an .
Oyster Supper at Gregory's Res-
taurant. If you want the best of'
oysters raw, stewed, fried, or on
the half shei1, let us serve you.
We oller the selected from the
most desirable fields. We watch
the oysters and watch our stock.
The oysters are always fresh and ,

The City ResttO a P,,

H. L. GREGORY, Prwf.?


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