Group Title: Weekly Tallahasseean.
Title: The Weekly Tallahasseean
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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 28, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080951
Volume ID: VID00090
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33927384
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Preceded by: Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Succeeded by: Tallahassee weekly capital

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JOHN C. TRICE, Publisher and Proprietor.





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Ch:l:v : Hi. a. E. Day has sent out-
not" i !:' ,tl1 railroad comi;aunis and
comni "' :-' doing business in the
State o I ida. ithit a meeting 6? the
Railo ,-i (',iiriris.sion will be held in
chabl''e-' in Ti;llaiharsee on Thursday,
the fi' -t 1ay f .o My, at 4 o'clock p. m.,
when it i -rosd' d to amend and re-
vise ('! C sii,;at ion No. 1. of the Railroad-
Commi~-,in >f th" State.
At i1'i< ,.,-ling th" commissioners
will coa.- ilr'r any arguments, sugges-
tions. ,onie,'tions and amendments, rep-
resenrtnive's o(f the various railroads
may wish to make in reference to he
"proposed (Ihnge in classification.
The proemo'd change is in regard to
the weight of lumber. Under the old
classific ation in estimating the weight
of seasoned yellow pine lumber to be
shipped, Ih" rate was 4.000 pounds per
1.000 feet. Under the proposed change
the estimate is 3,000 pounds per 1,000
feet. In other words, under the old
rating, if the car is marked 40,000
pounds capacity. the shipper is.only al-
lowed to put on 10.000 feet of lumber.
Under the proposed change he will be
allowed to put oh a fraction over 13,000
feet. a gain of 33 per cent.
This ruling will be of great advantage
to lumber shippers in Florida,.is it will
mean a large saving in frei lit rates.
It is not to he supposed, how ver, that
the railroads will let this rulli g be en-
forced without entering a vig rous pro-
test. It will mean a loss to Viem, and
it is quite likely that every r ad doing
business in Florida will have represen-
tatives here to oppose the proposed
The usual number of nota es public,
have been appointed by the governor
during the past week. The following
appointments have been mad and com-
missions- forwarded:
Notaries public State at l Mige-Mss
Willie M. Otwell, Jacksonvilll; Clinton
Johnson, Altoona; W. A. Voodruff,
LCentury; Jacob Go4win, God n; Vallie
I Randolph, Tal ee.

all of port tglis, to be PiloCommis-
sioners df Port Inglis. J
N. L. Connell, of Wewahit ika, to be
county commissioner of Distfict No. 1,
of Calhoun county, vice R. V Teat, de-
ceased. 1
C. A. Stephens. of Jasper, t be justice
of the peace for District No. of Ham-
ilton county.
J. Fmmntt Wolfe. to be jus-ice of the
peace in and for the second justice dis-
trict of ."scambia county, vice James
n,. Landrhum, suspended.
Dr. II. K. l)uldois. of Port Orange, to
be mPembr of the Board of Medical Ex-
aminers for the 7th district.
L. F. Nobe-s. ot Pensacola, to be
timber ;and lumber inspector for Es-
cambia county.
J. H., of Jacksonville, in-
spector of r.aval stores for the port of
Charles 0. Hall, Baltimotie, Md., to
be conmnissioner of deeds for the State
of Flo'-ifla.
Dr. N. I). Howard, of Sanford, to be of the board of medical exam-
iners for the 7th district.

No discovery in medicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. It's sever-
est tests have been on hopeless victims
of Consumption, Pneumonia, Hemor-
rhage, Pleurisy and Bronchitis, thou-
sands of whom it has restored to per-
Sfeet health. For Coughs, Colds, Asth-
ma. Croup, Hay Fever, Hoarseness and
Whooping Cough it is th. quickest,
surest cure in the world. I is sold by
all druggists, who guarantee satisfac-
. tion or refund the ir .mey. -barge bot-
ties 50c and $1.00. Ttial bottles free.

The attraction at the Lyceum corn -e
Tuesday night, the Parker Concert Co.,,.
drew a good crowd to Mu4ro's opera
house, and all who attendetf were well
Pleased with the entertainment The
program consisted of excellent music
and well delivered recitations. "The
only drawback to the concert was the
large hats worn by the ladies ,-which ob-
structed the view of those who were
compelled to sit behind thep. In many
cities it is against the law to wear hats
of such size as will prevent people from

getting a good view. People who pay
for admission to entertainments are
entitled to some consideration, and
ladies should be very careful about
SWearing such hats," remarked one of
. the victims in speaking of the concert.

table people in the State. The ex-Pres- Joel E. Smith, late editor of the Monti- similar character ever tried in th ......
ident will miss the opportunity of his cello Constitution, charged with using of a similar character ever triewould n thas Mr. J. M. Henry, a leading business
life if he does not come to historic old the United States mails for fraudulent United States the court would be as! Mr. J. Mo. Henry, leading business
Tallahassee. This invitation is also ex- purposes, was continued. Bond fixed lenient as possible under the circum-i man of Montitaello. mle a business trip
tended to Admiral Dewey, who is spend- at $5,000. stances. f to the Capital City this week. Mr.
ing a season in Florida. The sentence of the court was that Henry is proprietor of a large saw mill,
ingIf you have bargains to offer make in Florida.Clyatt be confined in the Federal pris-" and runs the electric light plant-in that
BLOWN TO ATOMS.If you have bargains to offermake on at Atlanta, Ga., for a term of four city.
BLOWd N TO ATOMS. them known to the public. Publicity years. Judge Swayne stated that in his?
The old idea that the body sometimes is what you are after, and if your goods thirteen years on the bench he had onlyr Convict Camp Inspetor R. F. Rogers,
needs a powerful, drastic, purgative pill are meritorious the people will do the on three occasions granted a super- of Lake City, was in the city. Monday.
has been exploded; for Dr. King's New rest. The Tallahasseean is the best ad- sedeas, but inasmuch as the counsel fon en route to Marianna, on business. Mr.
Life Pills, which are perfectly harmless, vertising medium in this section, be- the defense had contended that there Rogers was formerly a member of the
gently stimulate liver and bowels to ex- cause it reaches the people, was no law on the statute books of the State Senate from Suwannee county.
pel poisonous matter, cleanse the sys- United States covering the charge
tern and absolutely cure Consipation Regular services at the Wesleyan against Clyatt, he was willing to grant It is reported that the young negro
and Sick Headache. Only 25c at all meeting-house next Sunday. a supersedeas in order to give the who killed Quitman Rawls at Alachua,
drugstores. and who was sentenced o the State
The Tallahassee baseball team will Reformatory, has escaped from that in-
go out to practice this afternoon, at
Camp Henderson. Nearly enough d t Popular ng LadyO age
money has been raised to .put a fence O Young On account of the damage wrought
around the ground. Their first game by the storm, and owing to the fact
wilj probably be with a team from the IN TALLAHASSEE. that the walls of the southern extension
Florida Aglcultural College at Lake to the State Capitol had to be torn
City. down, the completion of the building
will be delayed considerably.
Miss Ellen Apthorp, whose _school I vote for-

Florida Railroad Cov

ers to Meet Ma


Different Roads Notified
Representatives Preo

The "Industrial -k kind A,-cident
Association," witl; .hZ.quairt-rs in
Tampa, has been g at1t a charter by
the goveronor.i T c4. tal stock is
$5,000, divided into*Oe Mndred shares
of $50 each. l
Governor W. S. i and a num-
ber of his cabinet I ive next Wed-
nesday for St. Aug fn to attend the
grand military balltA -given in that
city Thursday nigb<.
At the next meet ohe city coun-
cil the mayor's aprgin(1ients will be
acted upon. It is a n likely that
the present police fAr, 11 be retained
in its entirety.
James E. Bowmq erly sheriff
of Brevard county j nsferred to
the State Insane t Chattahoo-
chee last week on of aberration
of his mind.
All nature is dona spring attire

grand tonic and invigorator for weak, T MER1E FOUR YEAR soner bond until the question is de-
run down women. No other medicine H E M UOnHInEilb lVEN OURU YEAR ed by the Supreme Court of the
can take its place in our family." Try cited States.
them. Only 50c. Satisfaction guaran- Notice of appeal was given, and
teed by all druggists. ----- $wyatt's bond was placed at $2,500.
PRACTICALLY STARVING. Case Against Taylor County S. Clyatt, of Tifton, Ga, COUPON CONTEST.
"After using a few bottles of Kodol Up to going to press the standing :f
Dyspepsia Cure my w..e received per- FPeople IllSt Dtllin Sntn d Pe candidates was as follows:
fect and permanent relief from a severe for Illicit Distilling iSentenced by Judge S yne iss Pearl McCord ............... 951
and chronic case of stomach trouble," iss Octavia Lavender ........... 502
says J. R. Holly, real estate, insurance --iss FlorBessie Chandler ............ 161
fore using Kodol Dyspepsia Cureshe FEWCOUNTERFEITINGCASESWAS CONVICTED OF PEONAGE ss Fannie Shutan...........
could not eat an ordinary meal without iss Bershe leginniss ............. 76
intense suffering. She is now entirely iss Gussie Chittenden .......... 42
curd. Several physicians and man ss Nellie Costa................. 27
curemediesrhad failedto give andrelief.many United States Court Adjourned at Will Appeal to Supreme Court of the .liss Mamie Andrews ............ 27
You don't haye to diet Eat any good Noon Thursday. United States. e the fad atastr to nd a
food you want, but don't overload theo till be the fad at Castor to send a
stomach. Kddol Dyspepsia Cure will an- t to some church, your own if yo a
always digest it for you I !'e partial to a ((-ertain one, and to any
always digest it for you. The spring term of the United States The United States Court for the 6ther church if you are not, but Le surge
THE MARKETS. court for the Northe-rn District of Flor- Northern District of Florida convened tp sepd a plant pot yith a bihch 0o
THE MARKETS. ida, was a business term. Convened in the government building in this city green stuff! in it if vyo would have the
The telegraphic market quotations and organized for business at 3 o,clock Monday, with Judge Swayne, of Pensa- universal gladness of the Easter time-
yesterday were: Monday. Judge Swayne went right tc cola, on the bench. The judge did not Rermeate you. A cluster of violets or
Long cotton, 21 to 23 cents. work. Uncle Sam's interests were arrive in the city until 1:38 p. m., and either spring lowers with your Easter
Short cotton, 7% to 87/s cents. looked after by U. S. District Attorney court was not organized for business greetings attached to th. handle will be
Flour, $4 to '$5. Eagan. until 3 o'clock. universally adopted this year, instead
Meal, sack, $1.65. The-grand jury returned a total of e ie grand jury took up considerable If the old idea of sending Easter cards
Corn, 80 to 83 cents per bushel. fourteen true bills, and four "no true of its time during the week investigat- 1ith :ster.'otyped phrases on them.
Rice, 31/2 to 6 cents per pound. bills", and the members were discharg- ing the Taylor county moonshiners, of
Rough rice, 75c to $1 per bushel. ed Wednesday. On Thursday the dock- whom a large number had been brought : Have you anything to sell? Are you
Oats, 58. to ,2 cents per bushel. et was cleared, and court adjourned at in. The counterfeiting cases from Levy the market for the purchase of any-
Hay, 90 to $1 per 100. noon. The following cases were dis- an Franklin counties also received at- h ing? If so, your attention is called
Bacon, 9i4 to 10% cents per pound. posed of: te ion from the court. 9 the card of Cant. R. A. Shine, com-
Hams, 8% to 12 cents per pound. The United States against J. L. Mur- Tuesday the grand jury returned mission merchant and auctioneer, in
Lard, 10% to 10/4 cents per pound. phy and Martha Ann Hall, his mother, fo teen true bills against moonshiners, his is'ue of The Tallahasseean. Capt.
Syrup, 25 to 271/ cents per gallon. charged with counterfeiting. Verdict Cu an rum smugglers and counterfeit- shine is an old business man of Talla-
Honey, strained, 50c per gallon. guilty. Murphy was sentenced to two en The most important case of the iassee. and is-well known to everybody
years' imprisonment in the Federal da was that of the United States 'n this section.
FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS prison at Atlanta, Ga. On account of nst S. M. Clyatt, of Tifton, Ga.,
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has the extreme age of Mrs. Hall, she being c ged with peonage. For the benefit When Tallahassee gets her new fire
been used for over sixty years by mil- 75 years old, the judge suspended her ot., r readers who may not thoroughly Apparatus and horses, and an offieient
lions of mothers for their children sentence. E. M. Hopkins and J. J. ua standd the charge, we will explain Ire department is organized, steps
while teething, with perfect success. It Hodges were attorneys for defendants. th "peonage" is a form of servitude shouldd be taken to extend the corporate
soothes the child, softens the gums, The United States against Hush e ;ing in Spanish America, and es- limits of the city. Many of our citizens
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is Walker, of Jefferson county, charged p lly in Mexico. It is from the word ire in favor of expansion, but iwo.'o:e
the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will with having aguidenti (Cuban rum) in n," a day laborer, or species of serf, his is accomplished we should be ia a
relieve the poor little sufferer imme- his possession that had been smuggled. coneleld to work for his creditor until position to give the new territory ample
diately Sold by druggists in every Verdict guilty. Fined $100. F. T. My- hisfebts are paid. ire protection.
part of the world. Twenty-five cents a ers attorney for defendant. Oyatt had a couple of negroes in his t
bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins- The United states against Marshall em loy near Tifton, Ga. They left him Rev. L.. B. Warren. of Macon, has ac-
low's Soothing Syrup," and take no Haines, having smuggled aguidenti in an found work in Levy county, Fla. "epted a call to the pastorate of the
other kind. his possession. Verdict guilty. Fined ClY-tt and a gang of men came down .4laptist Church at Ocala. and has al-
$25. from Georgia, with Warrants, claiming ?ealy assumed charge of his tni-s. "Mr.
Three boxes of books and Easter car- The United States against L. B. Par- that they wanted the negroes for gam- Varren is the son of the late E. W.
ols were packed at the residence of rish, robbing the mails. Nolle pressed. ing. He stated to Mr. Dean, for whom AVarren. pastor for many years of the
Mrs. R. H. Gamble during the past week E. M. Hopkins for defendant. the men were working, that they owed firstt Baptist Church in Macon. and one
--one to E. Lee Hughes, Dutton Post- The United States against Frank P. him money, and when the latter offered )f the most beloved men who ever lived
office, Fla., 150 prisoners; one to W. A. Williams, making liquor. Plea guilty. to fay him tLe amount alleged to be due here.
Brown, Holden Postoffice, Fla., 100 pris- Sentenced to thirteen months in the he said he did not want the money, but
owners, and one to B. B. King, Holder Federal prison at Atlanta. wanted the negroes for gaming. With Few cities in the entire country are
Postoffice, 120 prisoners. Mrs. Gamble The United States against H. W. th assistance of the sheriff and deputy feer from violations of the law than
will be glad to have contributions of Mathis, operating illicit distillery. Plea ff, Clyatt succeeded in taking the rallahassee. Drunks are of rare occur-
books, magazines-and papers left at her of guilty. Sentenced to thirteen months-b back to Georgia, without legal vence, and disturbances of any kind
residence on Clinton street to be sent imprisonment in the penitentiary at seldom occur. Even on Saturdays,
to the jail here, and to the different Atlanta. trial elicited considerable inter- when hundreds of negroes come to town
convict camps. The United States against Win. Gami this method is extensively em- the police rarely have an arrest to
ble, operating illicit distillery. P in Georgia. In charging the jury, -make.
EASTER SERVICE. of guilty. Sentenced to serve. a4 Swayne said: "No contract, .
Easter Day -will be appropriately ob- prisonment of thirteen montI,-. voluntary or involuntary, for The social season has about ended in
served at Trinity Methodist Church on Federal penitentiary. can be enforced by criminal pros- Tallahassee and few parties, receptions
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The The United States. vs. n and any attempt to do so makes or dances shave been given in the past
church will be decorated with Alms den, having an illicit st y so attempting guilty of peon- ew weeks. Spring is here, however, in
ewing program session. Plea guilty ll her beauty, nd excursions, pnics,
wOill bernered: e pnoded. 0a tOh iit 5 o'clockbaseball and other outdoor sports will
Organ voluntary; anthem; "Now is The United States against J. B. Par- Tuesday afternoon, and about 10 o'clock attract the attentonlf the pqbuc.
Cnrist Risen;" hymn; prayer; solo and ker, operating an illicit distillery. Plea a verdict of guilty was returned. "
chorus, "My Redeemer Lives;" scrip- guilty. Sentence suspended until No- On Thursday morning Col. Hender- Leon Superior Court is the next legal
ture lesson; hymn; offertory, violin vember term of court, on account of ill- son made a motion for a new trial. In attraction on the docket. At present
solo; sermon, Rev. W. E. H. Mabry; ness of defendant. overruling this motion, Judge Swayne the outlook is that there will not be
contralto solo; hymn; prayer; doxol- The United States against J. H. Mor- stated that a jury of twelve impartial much business to transact. The term
ogy. gan, operating an illicit distillery, men, after listening to the testimony, is a few weeks off, however, and there is
Plea guilty. sentence suspended until had found the prisoner guilty of peon- no telling what may transpire in the
The King's Daughters have not, sc November term, on account of the seri- age. He read the statutes of the United meantime.
far as we have heard, made any special ous illness of defendant's wife. States on the subject, which showed Good advertising, cited of being a
appeal to the public for aid in building The United Statels vs. John Grant- conclusively that it is a violation of the God advxpensertising, businstead l eing ato i
their hospital, but should they do so, ham, operating illicit distillery. Plea law to bargain or contract with a mar. tp that buse ins nn ad-r-
they will no doubt meet with a hearty guilty. Sentenced to thirteen months to work out a debt, or to in any manner up that business. Economy in adv
response. The building will be located imprisonment in the Federal peniten- force any person in any state or terri- risingg means good advertising, an
on South Monroe street, and will be tiary at Atlanta. tory of the United States to so work out good advertising pays every time. Try
quite an improvement to that part of The United States against Everett a debt. it in The Tallahassee-an, and you will
the city. The plans have been drawn Bowie, operating illicit distillery. Plea Before sentence was passed, Mr. Cly-:e results.
up. and Gilmore & Davis will do the guilty. Sentenced to thirteen months att stated to the court that he had acted ...
work in the Federal prison at Atlanta. T. L. in good faith, and had no intention of The la(his of Lloyd gave a supperl- at
Clarke, of Monticello, attorney for de- violating the laws of Georgia. Floridal Mrs. Miller's reside in that town last
NOT A MINUTE TO LOSE fendant. or the United States. He had Wednesday. The supper was gien for
if you are wet and feel chilled to the The United States against O. P. Wil- donoto Flrridawithwarnts the e o nraisingt fundstoo r tait
bone, after a tramp through a storm, liams, stealing lumber. Nolle pressed. negroes, and had consulted with ththey realized quite a handsome sum
Get into dry clothes at once and warm The United States against J. M. D. sheriff of the county in regard to the; rum
your insides with a teaspoonful of Perry fuss, cutting timber. Nolle pressed, matter. He was innocent of any wilful Sunshine" exercises given by
Davis' Painkiller, in hot water wthba \rhe United States against Lucy Mat- vlon o e law. the Junior Endeavor Society during the
l i The judge, in passing sentence, said| the Junior Endeavor Society (luring the
little sugar. Thus you will avoid a obld, tdx, operating illicit distillery. Plea .tha he o. not s .wh Mr. ' recent convention will be repeated on
and, possibly, a long sickness. There- guilty. Sentence suspended, tat e coui m not see wnyffi Mr. Cft next cSunt cn enon wpt ed on
caution is worth while. There is bi The United States against S. M. Cly- anw, smoule nome into Floridas in the in the Presbyterian church. The chil-
one Painkiller, Perry Davis. att, of Tifton, Ga., charged with peon- night time, arcomed with guns and re dTen hope to have a large audience.
age, or holding to labor. Verdict guilty. volvers, and forcibly carry off citizens hg.
Ex-President Cleveland was expected Sentenced to four pears in the Federal olvetsSa without due rrycess of fn a short time J. R. Dowd will have
to arrive in Jacksonville last night for a penitentiary at Atlanta, without fine. ot s HS said that as the law in re- hs large saw mill near Gainesville in
short visit. Mr. Cleveland is respect- Henderson & Henderson, of Tallahas- the a". tHe sai tfhpnat was verl operation. It will have a daily capacity
fully invited to come over to the State see, and Fuller, of Georgia, attorneys gatrict, he was determined that the prac jof about 75,000 feet of lumber. The en-i
Capital. He will find the richest soil, for defendant.tic sth we adeerised t athpr at- gines are expected soon, and will be pet
the finest scenery, and the most hospi- The case of the United States against ticeshouldbeabolished in Florida a gin epet s a ie


Convention will Held in

Gainesville A | to 10


Superintendent She t< rking Hard
to Make it a css.

The State Sunday .c onventionr
meets in Gainesville ri, th to loth,
inclusive. President J.. Sheats has:
been working hard tu atM4lp he meeting
a success and he is rtil, with great
encouragement. V a
The railroads have'lN ored low ex-
cursion rates to de tt, anld ihe
prospects are that a fe .owv-' will I,-e
in attendance. Each inAy school in
the State is entitled oil delegate to>
each fifty members, action over
twenty-five, including ea~hers and pu-
pils. Ministers and A r endents ar-
ex-officio delegates.
Last Sunday the ;tf ist Sunday
school elected delegq;s t the conven-
tion. as follows: 1% vans..1. '.
Neeley, Frank Blacks-. k Dickerson,
Mrs. W. N. Sheats.- rs t. It. Itrd,
Mrs. W. L. Moor, M J- i.E dl Edmond-
son. Miss Lizzie Ta A H. Craw-
ford, G. I. Davis an<( ,Ocnmilly.
Superintendent SlAs ais sent oit
the following instrig-1o to the dif-
ferent Sunday schoq I t u, ghout Ihe
State: *
1. The railroads e anted a re-
turning rate ot onejir full fare to
all who purchase cs tickets t;
Gainesville at the i 4 tariff rates,
and procure from sAng agent ;
certificate (receipt) y Se standard
form See your tick 0eg in advance,
so that if by chance e as not 1;o-en
supplied with these n (Id form cer-
tificates and instru~9nt about rates
he may secure the ne.
2. Every Evangelftl rnday School
(White) in Florida. ~ tled to one
delegate for each tiN% A'aembers, or
fraction over twenty ve f its enroll-
ment, counting teacq's pupils. All
Ministers and SWCrl endents in
charge of such Sunfj tools are ex
officio delegates. 0
3. All delegates 1 U sent proper-
ly certified credenf tat they are
authorized represeii of White
Evangelical Sunday ools will re-
ceive free entertain it4I
4. All Sunday h I workers,
whether delegates re cordially
invited to attend to !ions of the
Convention. *'
S5. ery day entitled to

statisticid r
6. The names delegates
whether elected or 0 io, who will
attend the convent It uld be re-
ported at once by vi rintendenit
to Rev. W. .J. Carpiager chairman of
Entertainment Conixtt,. at Gairn.s-
7. Every Sunday &*h,. 1 '--rker is
urlgd to see that n lis on Sun-
nAli 4s own Sun-
(lday School, but ev Woir in toawn anil
country is represent ,. lhe :-k t(f U
complete organizati*,I n, r Itr impos-
sible to s'nd circuit A-'c< :o every
Sunday School.
X. Bring your RB s J, ,'nme pre-
paredl to take note nEj report on re-
turning to your S !ay School.

ing the past month i('ii-r. Gia.. o(
account of the fatally fegof h.s father.
is expected here tlor w to resume
his duties at Mr. V Ikonis drug
store. 4rI
Leave your order^ t Mik-oni's drug
store for ice creai 4oqiext Sunday
Delivered to any lt 3 the city in
quart pails, and ai qu~itity desired.
It is delicious, ma(dr '" pure cream.
Mr. E. R. Brutonri4d in the city
a d(lay or two sinmi tr Ilainbridge,
Ga.. on husioiess n lt,~e! with the
Georgia, Florida anr. l rim-l r-tilroad,
of which road he iii-intefndent od

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NEWS FROM PECK. "IS Slought is full, and the fish have comn-
Pecik, Fla-, March 25.-The friends of "menced running up stream, as they
.. I. Sl will regret vey much usuallydo intimes of high water. Some
Shear that he was quite ill several persons are taking advantages of this
days last week. H to shoot and strike fish in the running
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Fleming,of haires i streams. Mr. Henry Hancock, as we
Mpent Thursday with their n ?ughter, s heard, succeeded in shooting a string of
Mrs. E. L. Billingsley. "r fine trout on said slough last week.
All of our farmers are busy planting i Jjeiiies A large area of corn will be planted
corn. The heavy rains that e have preserves and pickles, spread this week if the weather be favorable.
been having lately have hind the thin coating of Miss Nellie Costa, who has been vis-
greatly. PU REFINED| iting Mrs. T. P. Strickland, returned to
Mrs. J. p. Baum planted h spring MUs CE srIv s Tallahassee last week.
garden last week. E D Mrs. Henry Dickey also went with
Miss Georgia C. Hanks and iss Clif- r rrrinIB Miss Costa to visit Mr. W. E. Dickey,
ford Baun spent Thursday peasantly Will koep th.m absolutely moisture and son of the former.
ith Mrs. L. S. Crump. ici proof. Purn Refined Paratine isalso
r. J. H. Humhr v" in dozen other ways ahout the CANCER CUREJ BY BLOOD BAL3I1.
Mr. J.H.umphress visit ITalla- house. Full directions in each package.
hassee last Saturday. sold everywhere. All Skin and Blood Diseases Cured.
Sormne of Mr. Lewis SimpsonCrinimp's STANDARD OIL CO. Mrs. 3. L. Adlams. Fredonia, Ala.,
reasorn land is under water, an. for that took Botanic Blood Balm which e.f-
somn e wiln et He as le tollint it for fe(-tually curedl aneating cancer of the,
rason h st .He vasbrle to tip10 nose and face. The sors haled up'
cotton land last week. dc had ivdtip
oMr. S. Fle Chai.s, spent -perfectly. iany doct)re had given up
r f ous Flemin t Chas, spent her .ase as howl. Hunld'eds of c!ses
a few hours pleasantly with Vostmas-
ter ... -of cancer, eating sores. supperating
ter J. p. Baum last Thursday orenoon. .- .wyellings. etc., have been <,rrod by
We regret to say that Mr..J. Crulmp tim.ho .ev ;r.- Zr'I: to havo at the an- i Ilo10 Banlnm. Among others, Mr's. B. .1.
Sni:l E; Tr ea hInnt which will talkr. Ciurnev. Warrior Stand. Ala. Her nose
Frog ponds are getting t be very lI;( i. Fridatv ai rnfi. n on the school and lip were raw as beef, with offensive
numerous in our part of the country Ii,;,. r-lnd. It vill i, ,(,rhliicted bv ldis(charee from the eating sore. Doc-
Every low place is filled wi'h water. thi L. M. of ile Orange Hlossom So- tors advised cutting, but it failed. Blood
In front of 'Mr. L. S. Crump's l.[ 'ne (:i .. Mr.s. Ht. i'. \-)odbei-rv. i alm healed the sores. and Mrs. Guier-
two beautiful little streams )f wiatr M1s. Jami's (')lton oylston intends nev is as well as e.ver. Botanic Blood
running down the hill. Tl e little, aco(,n;,iy 1 her husband on a Nhsi- Balm also cures eczema, itching hi-
streams generally last twotrr three, n,..s t'i to a .-ahkson0illo Wednes.lav. mors, scabs, and scales, bone pains,
weeks after a rainy spell. 1. v hil In the Melropolis she will b)e the ulcers, offensive pimples, blood poison.
Mrs. E. L. Billingstlv's rlrden is gst of Mrs. Ir',n.e l'l torson. i carbuncles. scrofula. risings and bumps
growing very fast. She will .Mon hav lr. Miller c' ,, r,-i. st week to on the skin and all blood troubles.
plenty of vegetlahs )0 ot?. viit hiis sons. ['r..d apd ('iaudc. at the Druggists. $1 per large Ibttle. Sample
Mrs. Homer J. Hanks is ah-.a'i if aul l of Botanic Blood Balm free and pre-
in the neigholfo .otanic lootii, f! ad e
in the ne:ig hlorhod. Sli ,, ,,,tli ,, l .arni of the painflil in- paid by writing Blood B:lmn Co.. At-
radishes: had her firs t ,Ili ,..- i n .; i::.i i 1-.- h1 MIr. ('. T. i;anoe-k. lanin, (;a. Describ-ie trou e an:id sleci:Il
his hog,;s T' i, ,', .:'.. I w ,' +., ,'1.; ,,!v by a m.e.idical advice sent in sealed 1ett 4.
his hogs with choi ... fo: i: .. ; lli ;, ai t him. This pro-- It is ('ce'aijily worth while investigat-
ease stick theni l.;il ,i ;!: ir i. _.e ;:*-;. a; .ustoraed vi.-it to Chaires inl such a remarkable remedy, as
Onle of our tmanr.- si,..i--.!ht v., -,,, illood Balm cures the most awful, worst
have to be thanl--l f ths. 'v:- .. !.vial. the f ri.It litti? son of and most deep-seated blood diseases.
ter and at the proPs.nt time i l.' s'.dlif M'. and Mr.;. i);r:'i(i C(h;w;irs. celelbrated For sale by Wight & Bro.
the usually severe ( and ;fla rie, .i ift i l ,thilav last Snurl -. Among
Colds have been very uTIn('r4itun )fill -, ih. ',,;,r: s ,of h(i' dii ,n'' w;.s a larm'g WOOfDVIi.E.'. NEWS NOTES.

past wingtehr. Oni( r.r (' dra in t:a .Iake ornameittd with live lighted can- WXoovi'ilo. March 15.-Thire is not
Mr Willing e rowll wasv a pl i. t n- ,11... muitch news this we k from this point.
._r.anie ; I: A tilain lady. whose nalm'o Nwe have everythingg is (uiet. We had a great
]er at the home of Mr..J. P. i mnnl.-Si)-
day evening. hoo m ol "hr" '(0m:igi t(' "-ti on. oly to say deal of rain d,.ring the past w. k. The
h. ,din .,'sn t' live a t thousand miles from farmers are uisy pl nting.
tiMr. anl Irs.LT. S. Cr viit.d rl.- ~"~n' r'1 n hairss. I has conm r- y There (does not semn to be much
Mii Jll .iuse ovr h0V idea of hinting t-iveling done in this d direction for the
Mr. Wm. C..Jols passed lthrough.IrlnI.t
here Sun n .it o 1 .os k hy ll iw S'cessfl one young pa week. Woodville is unusually
ere Sunday on visit to icoski. d is with her rile and is ring to ull
Mr. Herbert Sniith. of ('%ntprvillI,. lady i's wthF hi' iitoieh an ris le ig t ull.
waMr.s in leroev inity tis n". ; ,ax ier husband to buy her a ri fle.. -"We The saw mills are all running, cut-
been visiting his sis- in ('haires, -a r a she would be much younger ting and shipping lumber. Our tur-
been visiting his sister in Ch-Ares, and in h than she is in vears but
was en route home. in the (au e than she is in .Velasi, ut pentine men are all in fine spirits as the
Mr. George vand Miss Clifford enter the assertion that she would spring oens
-attended Sund ay s C(hool at Oak D- supply the tab with squirrel every Everybody is fooling good over th-i
Sunday afterno. lay. spring weather. and things are all
Sunday afternoon. m'ingon quietly.
Mr. and Mrs. Haomer liank and Mis.- ~,ANGE.RS OF (OLDS AND LA nM's. F. A. WhitlVy..1. Robinson. F.
Mrs. Edmond Jones in Ba.lal.k Cr.; GRIPPE. C. Williamson. Ionnie Williamson.
vicinity. Thi greatest dangCr from colds and Miss Clara Page and her brother
Postmaster .. P. lnum visited .lMi lat;iiil, is their resulting in plei- "'I rope visited Tallahassee Momlay.
cosukie Sunday afternoon. inoii;;a. If reasonable care is used. how- Master Leonard Lewis returned to
Mr. George .1. Biaum :indd, ,i Ca business i <.-r. a ind Ch''s Cough Rome- Tallahassie Monday after a few ,ays'
trip to Lloyd Satut.lvay. ivy :.koe,. all dai'n'r will lie evoideld. visit to his parents at Wooodville.
Mr. E. R. Sills mnal :1i hu.inie-ss tri> lnin,. tlie tens of thousands whlo have
to Lloyd Saturday. ;;as(,( this remni,,y for these diseases, we FOR THE COMPLEXION.
Mr. Tom ila:lks s-pett Surda:y o, u ha; .'' vet to learn of a single case hav- The complexion always suffers from
here, with his brother. Mr. Ilomer J. 1i. g :'r sultd in ipneumonia.which shows biliousness or constipation. Unless the
.Hanks. (con,.ihsivelv that it is a certain pre- bowels are kept open the impurities
Mrs. Martha ;.n and her sonl Eu- vr"itative of that dangerous maladly. from the body appear in the form of
gene passed through here Sat lt;layV e11 !t will cuyre a cold or'an attack of la unsightly eruptions. DeWitt's :ittlec
route to her ,lA.ghh;-r's. .M. Edln-i ' in less time than any other Early Risers ker.)p he liver and bowels
Jones. traiiilnenil. It is pleasant and safe to in healthy cod(lition and remove the
1 -6 f 1,+- 1, 0 T

Mrs. H. F. Carmiwne i dl .laigmzhl'r tiak,'. or sale by all druggists.
Miss Sadie, were on llie sick: list -atulr-
Mr. E. L. B-illingsley visited Black Arran, March *2.-Miss Siny Taff is
Creek Saturdays visiting relatives and friends at Sop-
Spring is h(' n all of her beauty. choppy this week.
The birds are ung the woods ring PBro. Cl-mmons filled his regular ap-
z with their sw S sic. It seems that pointment here Saturday and Sunday.
they, too, ar e h,1 to welcome the Misses Hattie Oder and Fannie Cox
merry spring ier flow-ers so rich and Me:srs. 4rthur Tully and Frank
and rare. Duval, .Jr.. spent Sunday in our town.
Mr. T. C. Brannon is at his post at The instruments for the Crawford-
.the turpentine still gain. He passes ville band arri 'el by express this morn-
through here every day looking after ing.
the hands in the woods. Mr. Mark Ready visited Carrabelle

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 the only serious
danger. Among the tens of thousands
who have used it for the grip., not one
case has ever been reported that uid not
recover. For sale by all druggists.

Chaires. March 25.-Mi-. Herbert
Smith, a hustling young farmer of Cen-
terville, spent Saturday night and Sun-
day with his. sister. Mrs. S. A. Cox.
Mr. Smith is generally a -companied
on his visits to Chaires by somebody.
but he was alone this ti n. What's
the matter?
Mr. Roscoe C. Snipes spnt Sunday
afternoon and a portion of the evening
with his mother and sister.
Mrs. Junie Landrum 'haires. of
Montbrook, is spending the week at the
pleasant home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Ormond
Chaires. on the hill.
An attorney of Syracuse, N. Y.. was
in Chaires last w( ek on business of a
legal nature.
Miss Myrtle Gramling spent a de-
lightful two weeks' visit with Miss An-
nie English last week.
A gang of workmen are busily en-
gaged in repairing the residences of
Messrs. David and Ormond Chaires.
One young man in Chaires was wear-
ing quite a disappointed look last week.
A certain young lady postponed her in-
tended last week's visit to friends here.
Cheer up! She is coming this week.
- The children can scarcely 'sleep at
night for thinking of the royal good

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Dyspepsia Cure

Digests what ys eat.

Mrs. Lawhon is very ill at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Pitt.
Mr. Orlando Carraway and brother,
of Medart. spent Sunday here.
Messrs. Dan and W. .1. Coleman, of
Rosiorville. spent several (lays with us
last week.
Mrs. T. (C. Lee, of Smith Creek. was a
"i.-i.or here last week.
Mr. W. E. Edwards visited Carrabelle
Sat orday.
Mis. W. H. Eubanks returned !as,
Sunday from a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. J. B. Lawhon. of Ashmore.
Mr. Hilton Gwaltne.t was here Sun-
flay on a visit to his father, Mr. Lewis
Messrs. J. B. Lawhon and Arthur
Long, of Ashmore, came to Arran Fri-
Mr. A. P. Lee visited his brother, Mr.
.F. C. Lee, of Ashmore, Saturday.
Mr. Geo. Taff killed a fine wild tur-
key last week.
Mr. F. W. Duval spent part of Monday
at Arran.
Mr. W. E. Edwards made a business
trip to Medart last Tuesday.

"Ip 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-

lamonia, Fla., March 26.-Dr. Edgar
Strickland has returned home from-the
Medical College in Atlanta, Ga.
A dozen or two people assembled here
to see a sleight-of-hand show by Mr.
MoadAnv laf weir hlbt for rpasnTi 1Un-

c'asiiao 01 MIuI lriioles. .. r. noupoer,
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.
How many farmers, now ready for
their spring work, have found their
farm implements in good condition?
How many have not been compelled to
v'aste considerable time in going over
and getting tneir tools in shape? Too
many of our farmers are in the habit of
dropping their tools and implements
wherever they use them last, and let-
ting them remain there to take all
M-inds of weather. Through this care
Itssness the life and usefulness of a tool
are greatly curtailed. The farmer suf-
fers great loss, and instead of trying to
stop the leak, goes along indifferently
plodding the same old furrow.
Tne progressive farmer should have a
place for everything, and keep every-
thing in its place. As soon as he is done
with wagon, plow, reaper, mower, or
whatever implement he may be using,
it should be put away under shelter.
On rainy days everything should be
gone over to see what needs repairs
't he plows, hoes, axes and all edge tools
should be carefully sharpened, the

the many so-called birth medicines, and
most remedies for women in the treatment
of her delicate organs, contain more or less
opium morphine and strychnine?
Do You Know that opium and morphine
are stupefying narcotic poisons ?
Do you Know that in most countries drug-
gists are not permitted to sell narcotics with-
out labeling them poisons?
Do You Know that you should not take
Eternaiy any medicine for the pain accom-

iI)--oKen ha pi' s n-i'ndi,L. flencs -.-f*pair-
ed an(d rejl -i d, and -lin pla-ed :DON'T
in readiness for use wh(,: (required. ',
No tool. 'vehicle or i)'ni len t (-and
stand th.e i'av.ges of !- wl'.'ather and;i
retain its ,isefiflns, riy i1-ngli of tirne.
A coat of paint on your wvagon will not!
only add to its attractivci(ess, bult will
prolong its life. The samte miy v I' said
about the farm how'". (iven a f;'resh
coat of paint every t'V.w) y (ars, and litti(
repairs as needed the house will last"T E y
for years. and will always present a T E J
fresh. attractive appear nc(e. The loss
occasioned by carelessness in the care
of tools is a great item in ihe expense of THE FIM
farming. Yet it is one that could tie
largely reduced. if the farmer would de-
vote the proper amount of time and at-
tention to it.
Make it a rule to see that everything ar o
is under sheltrl when lot in use. It
does not pay ro oe careless in any line
of business, especially farming. Frank-
lin's motto can be twisted around to -
read: "If the farmer will take care of
his farm (and this means everything
on it), his fa'rm will take care of him."

Many wonder how it is that pin
worms and stomach worms get into
children. or how a tape worm. :'u0 feet
long. can get in and exist and grow in-
side of a mana. as it sometimes happens.
They may well wonder, for it is a great
mystery. IHowever. many now know
from exp-rince(- that Mother's WVorm
Syrup will rid one 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. nas it only costs
25 cents, all should try it who suspect
worms to be the cause of their ill
In preparing manuscripts use plain
white paper and good black ink. Don't
use paper that is flimsy or transparent
or so spongy that the ink is likely to
blur, nor sheets that are different sizes
or that have been torn out of a note-
book and left witn the rough edges un-
trimmed. The two sizes of sheets tha.
are most generally used are commercial
note an- letter paper. If you have tb
send out hand-written copy never writb
it in pale ink or in lead pencil, or it
backhand, which as a rule is extremely!
difficult to make out. Cultivate a rounc,;
clear, good-sized, almost vertical han(
and form the habit of leaving a wide
space between the lines. Write, (f
course, on only one side of the papep,
and if you find, near the end, that yo i
are going to run a few lines over what
you thought would lie the last shee ,
don't squeeze the final lines together 't
the bottom of the page or write them o
the back of it in order to save anoth r
sheet. In both handwritten and typl-
written copy leave a margin of at lea.l
an inch at both sides of the sheet as well
as at the top and bottom.-April Ladies'
Home Journal.


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Physicians Say Asthma Cannot be Cured Except by Constitu=
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- :' .;sas which has caused
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Washington, March 24.-Well! well! opened to tariff amendments, which is
Wonders will never cease. This hide- possible if the Republican kickers can
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tion h',s endorsed the free and unlim- the time comes to overrule the decis-
ited on ot silver dollars for the ions of the Speaker against amend-
phililrPinii and the present under- h nents that will be offered. Democrats
stanli' i: thit the Philippine bill now i are not, however, over-confident that
beiU p '"! by the Senate commit- the Republican kickers will stand out
te.e ;'hilippines will provide against the lashing of the party whip
the,'' "'" tie administration tooters that is now being administered to them
arc ; .:.^ that the proposed free by the bosses,not to mention hints from
coi : r will make all the sil- the White House that those Republi-
ver ;-..;'' states advocates of the (;ns who refuse to follow the bosses
ppr: tenition of the Philippines, ill be cut off the official pie list.
whi' i- direct way of acknowl- The Senators-there are about a doz-
edg,' ; States (10o not now fa- en of them-who are compelled to oc-
Vol,. :1,#_ r;-t-ntion of the islands. c-ipy rooms in what is known as "the
The ,i +t is to) be turned out by terrace," which can only be reached
th,. ; :.s in unlimited quanti- from :the Senate chamber by going
Ktien-; ,w furnish the silver., bul- through the subterranean part of the
lion t -ost of coinage is to Capitol, think it is rubbing it in on
:Am.: ; rican Filipino dol- them for their colleagues who have
lar. :;; 'otii.iin the same amount more conveniently situated committee
of : .- M.xicai dollar. and the rooms to refer to them as "the cliff-
* a )ini'-d by England for j dwellers," but they go right along do-
,r" '! r (vier.t, at present ing so, and "the cliff-dwellers" some-
priv.. .;... \vtIli alhout 5; cents. times uses cuss words in reply. At
Vi .. : itiv-of the Democrats least that's what Senator Scott, of West
in .-i-': vote for the Cuban I Virginia, who is one of them. did the
S: iociiy has always other day, when Senator Clark. of
i c do'cirine-with as Wyoming. asked him hbow "the cliff-
S .i ; as can be had, dwellers" were.
,i *:: 1 'bill shall lhe thor- If the House anproves and Mr. Roose-
;in w :ill in the prelim- velt does not veto- the bill, the Presi-
inj. -.t ,t, with the Repub- dnt of the United States will shortly
li", ; ,v'ni i1,,'.v claim forty-odd be provided with a military body guard,

sthmna Cannot be Cured.

t1*li. J~S.f. l: t~ruiiI .uue .Jackson,.
ituth ii M'.ggins. 1 'nIkio loilthiI roe. .1. W.
Jaceksonu. lia~lbrt Jaucksva, ai~d Nuke i~ar-
ijett, IiefondantF.

The complainant, I'. Perry Snell, having
made his alliduuvit and tiled it herein on
.March 7. 1 !412. in which lie states his belief
thl. a11141 it having been made to ap pear by
said allidavit duly tiled wi llh thecomplainant.
that. all of the defendants aboivel named a're
residents of a St:ate other than the State of
Florida, and are residents of the 1'nited
Stale's, and Ilhat t he residence of said de-
fendauts is ;.s follows.I, t,-wit: W. J. 4reeli,
adult. and Eihei aud Mabel Green, minors;
Thomas 11. and Earl Allen. adults, aInd
Eria A. Evans. Claire,. Clyde, Cam. ai,'
Gladys Allen. minors, is C ilumbia. Mau'ry
Iunity. Tennessee: and John. J... Will.
liaye's. an l ix.v ,ood. anild l1iinin a II. liar
ris. all n;di!ls. -'iil Nellie.. l.illu l:a tgi'.
I' :rl1. and .l:in 's 1. I ,ood1 il iiiD'l)I's, i-
Ti ilinilsl<. Mauil'y c,;i ty. T wiil.s:, :1i1;
Jloh:i F1. .Mlc.M iie s. 'anluie E.i I. luidon, lli.'.r
SIr',vw. and Mrs. Ii<-\i:ird .l.M nes. atd{ili.
anid .Madi;*.ie' S-i ra,. miiior. i- S)"rii g!iei+ .
reel'n county lissori.:,i and ii... F. M;-
ruiui. l.mi'y .Jacksonl. titlih Stcoi,-ins. I'll.i'
lMoultrn-o and Noke lIkarnett. ad'ilts. is I'lni'n
City'. bion (icotil, 'uennssee. ind .1. nV.
.lac;ki. adult. and llaill'rt Jackson. min,.r,
is I;rahlumn. Young county. Texas: and that
there is no person in the State of Florida the
service of at subpoena upon whom would
hind any of said defendants : and further
that it is his belief that the age of.eachlif
said defenilants. being over or under twenty-
one years, is as just stated. It is, there-
fore. ordered that said defendants. W. J.
Green, Ethel Green, Mabel Green. Thos. II.
Allen, Earl Allen, Erma A. Evans. Claire
Allen. Clyde Allen, Cam Allen. Gladys Al-
len. John Hood. V. Will Hood, Hayes Hood,
Roxey Hood, Emma H. Harris. Nettle Hood,
Lillie Hood. Maggie Hood, Pearl Hood, Jas.
A. Hood, John F. McMeens. Fannie E. Dod-
son. Horace Straw. Madgle Straw, Mrs.
Richard McMeens, Jas. F. Mangrum, Lucy
Jackson. Ruth Scoggins, Polkie Moultree. J.
W. Jackson, Halbert Jackson and Noke Bar-
nett, do each appear, and each one of them
is hereby required to appear to the Bill of
Complaint filed herein, at the office of clerk
of said Court. In Court House, In Tallahas-
see. Fla.. on Monday. the 7th day of April.


The liability to disease is greatly
lecse-ied when the blood is in good con-
ditioa, and the circulation healthy and
vigorous. For then all refuse matter
is promptly carried out of the system;
otherwise it would rapidly accumulate
-fermentation would take place, the
blood become polluted and the consti-
tution so weakened that a simple
malady might result seriously.
A healthy, active circulation means
good digestion and strong, healthy
As a blood purifier and tonic S. S. S.
has no equal. It is the safest and best
remedy for old people and children
because it contains no minerals, but is
made exclusively of roots and herbs.
No other remedy so thoroughly and
effectually cicanrcs the blood of inu-
purities. At the
same time it builds
up the wvcak and de-
bilitated, and reno-
vates the entire sys-
tem. It cures permanently all manner
of blood and skin troubles.
Mr. E. E. Kel!y, of Urbana, 0., writes:
61 had Ezeima, on my hands andfaco for
five years, it wou!d break out in little
white pstuJes, crusts would form and
drop of.', leaving the skin red and inflam-
ed. T!-. doctors did me no good. I useod
all the medicated soaps and sal ves without
benefit. S. S. S. cured me, and my Bkin-
is as clear aud smooth as any one's."
Mrs. Henry Siegfried, of Cape May, N.
J., says that twenty-one bottles of S. S. S.
cured her of Cancer of the breast. Do>-
tors and friends thought her aseo hope-
Richard T. Gardner, Florence, S. C.,
suffered for years with Roils. Two bet-
ties of S. S. S. pr-t his bioor in good co=-
dtion and the Boils disappieacd.
Send for our free book, and write
our physicians about your ca:;c.
Medical advice free.

the Senate having by a v,t' o. 3"! t, 15~
passed the Hoar bill, which in addition
to n the killing or atlemoting to
kill the Presidelnt. Vice-P':esident, o:'
a;ny oliieiiil ill lin-e f')!" thel 'r'-sid-lncy, a
crime puiiihahblte by death, p i-ovides for
the detail of a military bodyguard.
Srrangt- as i may seem only i1, Denmo-
cratic Sen:itors voted a;gaiinst this bill.
The Senale today received the River
and llaribor bill, which w ,pa-s.ed iby
t he Hlouse last week wilho.n a division.
The lill carries app)ropiriatioLs agg-re-
gating $(;0.,)00.0t.
Somne of thi; leading l-ipublic(ans of
the country, boh} in ai:.n out of Con-
gr'-ss. are, trying to r ivocnt such a;zeri-
oeus political bllindcr as they think the
reihewal of a force bill light would be
for the R( Ipublican party. It is under-
stood thalit ht-V have ma'!e so inelle.
progress that the House bosses are in
doubt as to whether they can control
enough votes to adopt the Crumpacker
resolution providing for the appoint-
ment of a committee of thirteen to in-
vestigate the electlmi laws of the States
and are discussing the advisability of
some sort of a compromise deal that
will let them down easy. One of the
compromises that has been suggested is
that the resolution be adopted by unan-
imous vote of the House and a commit-
tee appointed that will make a report
that will recommend no action.
The latest trouble of Gen. Nelson A.
Miles with the administration bears all
the earmarks of a put-up-job. As com-
mander of the army Gen. Miles was in-
vited to appear before the Senate Com-
mittee on Military Affairs and give his
opinion of the bill for the creation of a
staff for the army, which he was known
to oppose. The committee met behind
closed doors and with the assurance
that his personal opinions would be
considered private, Gen. Miles was in-
veigl'l into talking freely, in addition
to his carefully prepared statement of
his official reasons for opposing the bill.
In llhe Cir-uit Conff. S<- lil .Iinl'K-ial <'ir-
rlli;. il ;il l I1'llr Iyr ll t .b ity, State ,f1
I' lrild;i- Iln Cli.anie'rv.
I'. .'rlry S ellc <'olllu l linl:llt. vs. \V. J.1.
<;lrr !>. l'ilh,'l <;rr.-[. M ;;'.')1 ;rr II. .\liir ln-rl -llen. Itrnin A. E.rvais.
"<',l ir< A. \ I ,1 <'1t.1 ';>ii n l rli.
liiavs 1i,,dI. Ituxey 11-,ii,. .innua II. lhar-
ris. Netllie ,loo,,,. l.illie 1l1, d(. -l.:i::ie
,Hood. Pearl Io'eI .:l.s. A. i doo., 1F'.
.\h'.lI S. l';anu iei L';. I <,l.ds i. n Hira'te
SiI'aIv. Madgie SIraI\V. Mrs. Itichard Mc-

All creditors. legatees, distributes, and
alnil persons having any claim or demand
a:dinst the estate of Green A. Chairs, de-
ceased, late of Leon county. Florida. are
called upon to present them duly authenti-
c(ated to the undersigned executors (of his
last will and testament within two years
from March 7Tll. 1902. the date of the first
publication of this notice: otherwise tads
notice will be pleaded in bar of tie same.
Chaires, Leon county. Florida. March 7.
19)02. t
In tihe t 'i '1< iii .ludi(cial I'ircuir .t !"!hri i- I:n 4'hlaI' r, v.
SII. 1 .avis vs. Jesse )av is-- )iv,.r,-".
It lh:ivilig lten ui i le l o aippe:ir tI y I lih
:iltil vi\'i( in tl is (- si '..I l1t;':i .i-'s N' I -iv s. lih :aint. r Aii(I<'s :i l siiui' ite k .lllw. li :':lir ',iui!
1 '.Ir rlf I11'. :1i lll :u. t lu,'r, is ri> ,in' ill l! i'
S!:i!<' I41l" l'uir ;i tilh' s.r-i,'" <' i .u suui!)| 'li: i
,.!1 \v!hII *>'. ,sld hilit S;l ,! ol-,lll:l -. I i -.
llh 'I-e fort. la *l' rli''dl l lthl( IIlIv <|rlrll<)'lil. .,.'.-,c I
I'avis. hle ainld 11' Is here'l y r'ei- iii-' l It :i ll
lo':ur to the' il!l of mp int wiiii :i li.
4,fl< i o'' oIf lii' I<'lIrk Iof siil ci 'urtll iri t in ,il ,V4-f
'1:ill:dias!,,, ,tn lln l 1h ay l .v i" .\* i -ii. A. 1;. I
1 9i112' ;111 l i ll ..this 'r,'dlrl I. l u1 !l.ish,-I'll n,-<
:1 week fori" tour coii'<'cutllivi \wit-s in Thin il
l'allali:iass, :uii. :i n \'ws.s,:ilp ,r juililishi'l ii
s.'id clutll ty of l.e',n.
WVitness ('Conivil A.. lryv:uia. ('l,-rk ,' ill'
siaid I'louirr. andthe lli<' I h<'eof llhi.s 51lu day
of February, A. D. 19,12.
COL' (Seal i Clerk.
State of Florida. county of L.eon :
I, Council A. IBry:n. clerk of lhe- ir-nuit
Court in and for the county : i'or,'s-ial. iI'
hereby certify that thi- alove amind 'oireoint
is a true and correct (copy if the original
order Eof puhil'-ttin'ii in thle a 1,v, stl:iI
c:ninse, as appears of record and on file in my
witness nlivmy hnd :1ild ollicial seal this .1th
(inv 4 ef Mari ,..\I. 1>. I 2.
IfSeahl ('li!'N('II A. IIYAN.
Clerk circuitt Inourt Leon County. Floriida.
TDe artmpnt of the Interior. Landl


Naturally his talk bore down pretty
hard on Secretary Root and Adjutant
Corbin. as it is an open secret in Wash-
ington that they hope to use the bill in
question to provide promotion and
power for their pets-some say their
tools-in the army. Hardly was the
committee meeting over before a report
of what Gen. Miles had said was in the
hands of newspaper men representing
papers unfriendly to him, and when it
was published he was charged with in-
subordination and his immediate re-
tirement demanded. Mr. Roosevelt was
at first inclined to grant that demand,
but more experienced politicians told
hiin that if he did he might make Miles
President. Then he hesitated, and he is
still hesitating. Gen. Miles. is standing
iby his guns. He says he will not ask
for retirement, and that under no cir-
cutmstances will be resign. He believes
the bill in question is thoroughly vi-
cious and that it is his duty to oppose
it. Whatever the administration may
do or not do in connection with Cen.
Miles, appearances indicate that his
tall: to the committee has made it very
'!(o:ibtful whether all the power of thC
administration will :be suilicient to get
tin bill ;ass-d. Senators on the cornm-
mitiee have expressed the opinion that
FPeci-tary Roct had shown when leforr
the committee that he did not realize
the full scope of the bill and that they
hbelevwl he had been hoodwinked by
Ge:n. C ibin, who is believed to bI the
real author of the bill.

S"!!'tr ry is no lo'!_er n"<-;.t;'y to
cure piles. )DeWit l's Wi'h 1azcl
Salve (-''res such c:,'s at on c, remilov-
ing the !c- ,s fit:y for 'latng('ro' s. palin-
fuil a ll 'x;..eviiv,, o. 'rnta ; OlF. For
scalfF, (clts, s. :; !. -, w- ;)".n'1.s, ,lniuses.
sort s a'ld skin diseas-s it is 'nequalled.
B'v, are of c.unterfeits.

Th' Ch'istinin I'nde-ivor 'Soi('ety of
Ta! n;t: sse h,'ehoby .xt,'nds sicC(-i C
th;'nks to :1l! who so kindly lent their
;id a;nd interest in Ihie Orintert'itinment
of ','l''gates: ilurinr t he _'ce'nt State
coni>;',-ition. 1):spilt' the f-Xtrci!le in-
cOle enicfl y '(f itie w('ath';r. th(1: conv'ln-
tion was well attcid(,IL and a pro-
noulncedl successs. T!I' find toward
which sevv-ral of our good (citizens con-
tihilitd, c.-i abled 'lie h:omIe society to
furnish carriages for delegates in go-
ing to and froln se"rvi' si and ;.'o() to
give them a most enjoyable drive over
the city. In many ways they were en- '
"abled to contribute to the comfort and f
pleasure of the visitors through the
help :i;d hospitality of many not iden-
tified with Christian Endeavor work.
but who. nevertheless. maniIt's.ed the 1'
true Chr'istian .Endeavor spirit.

Stop the Cough
and work off the Cold
T axaitive Itronii'iuiiiniiie 'lTahet- ur ;i ,r1 ld ill
one day. No cure No Pay rice r'- t',t.

"Ten Nights in a Bar Room" is one
of the most interesting stories ever
written. It is now running in The Tal-
lahasseean, and every boy in the land
should read it. The boy or girl who
writes the best sketch about the char-
acters in the story will receive a present
of five dollars. Read it.




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*We ship iu Plalu Packages, no marks to indicate contents, which I
avoid all coinment. \Vl,-n you -et it and test it. if it is not satisfactory, ryti
it at our< xixpnc -an] yoiur will be cheerfully refunditd. Tins wThi-k,.'sh
as ,OO .I as any $5.q.ll0gtd(- in tlh, market. \VWe are' close at hand at * youquicker delivery than distant houses. \ Wliave Ieen losing hbisiikes- %i
thi- city and at thfi sainm stani' for 20 years, arid as to our re.pon hlibil )
S aud repulatloll for ftihest dealing we refer you tu any bank or nierchant it.i:
or to the editor of this paper. 4A .
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collipai'ly," buttoiK):Itst>nmlirt S wro-re Souterti xprEi-ss coit:i;inv tratn-fers to said oUse-r C(oiip;tIy,. W1 vainnint 1C -
C.O.D. Price list for other ,'oidls on ai)lkcation.w\Vn writing piletise etloiionthis tijai: r.
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fiuil a(ta-I ie cii val&CI ~tor~iI s sittjrc to an. :,AdVS.
10 Ve SHIIP f~j 'APP'ROVAL to 'oryon
or CAaada '~v" a curit 'tigi -nde,w'tc~d blow

no viskA in Grderint,-' from i'- ..~ d'$ not.
L '~ need to Pay acut fth ber;a 1 'i OIL
U-500 S -709A 0V Arl'56P E~
lpltakein rn.'by our Cluirag.o r.' rets- fe $I
ctairuiarln i mn, .n! r ,.VAb 5 W .I:i u-v t $
fi&res, ('01. ilerit, .Irri4pt", 'al' i gi
price. ri, -' rbi-, jnr I A %*,r'd'.k z. 4 rnma.Ji iI r orIt-
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...As for Fruits...
I have oant'ges, giapit-s, 10n ,m s, 1,lia .as, .' ples, 2.i\
every lliinll good that grows, lndil carry :ia complete.
lihle of cailI.(d goods, cigars, illcifa, tnl :1'c, ani, ca-ll-
dies. The pric-s are low down, that's 1Ien l.c-auty oA
it. Come and see what you want :nid1 what I haveAl

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onicc at Gainesville, a., Fe. -
T17th. 190i2. -
Notice is hereby given that theo fol-
lowing naae(d spler has filVd notice o
his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that ;.aidP'S.
proof will be made before Win. C.
Hodges, U. S. Commissioner, at Talia- The Great Through Car Line from Floi A
nassee, Fla., on March 29, 1302, viz:
William Kelly, of Tallahassee, Fla., CONNECTIONS.
Hd. 27282 for the S. E. qr., Sec. 6, Tp. ToEast I Te Atlantic Coast Lin e vi, uiarltoii. -i( lnoiial ,n, l \ .- w -iii>,g ,
2 S., R. 2 E. He names the following via all rail I 'Ihe Southern Iuilway, via Savannah, Columbia aind \Vashinztt4A .
witnesses to prove his continuous resi- To the I The uthern iRailway via Jets. Atlanta, Chattanooga. at
d Tth 1TheLtouthville & Na'hr illeaup. 3 intChtrrg.a.
dence upon and cultivation of said land, W The central uivil ori & Nashille via Albany. *
viz: P. D. Lewis, of Tallahassee, Fla.;l I The Southern Av. via Savannnh. Columbia and Ashiv.ille. st
John E. Perry, of Tallahassee, Fla.: L JThe Mobile & Ohio R. i via .Mon'gomery. t
,o Tllahassee, Fras Via aannah and Ocean Steamnshipl CO.nany, for New Yo-, I'ladelhia
Stephen Coggins, of Tallahassee, Fla.; TotheE ast andBoton. I .
Hill Lowry, of Tallahassee, Fla. Via savannah and a Trchants & Miners Trainporta-.ion WTIUan;or. Bai-
W. G. ROBINSON, via steamship timore,
W. G. RO -iNSON' To Key West and Havana-Via l'eniiii-ular and Occidental Steamship Co.
5 2-6t Register. To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island-Via BoIton an c tna, Atlan-
1 tic and Plant Steamship for Halifax, HawkesLury and Cha.lottbtown.
Made Under w ationM Chaptr 4115, laws W inter Tourists' Tickets e
of aida*,(189.) Will e on sale throughout the country during the.-eakon of ix1Ili&o'2, in all the line
... of the Plant system. Limited to return until May 31, with liberal stop-over print t Florida.
Showing the amount of taxes charged to the Atdresses of parties in the Notrh sent to the u. designed will be literally -up h in for-
Tax Collector of Leon county, Florida. to be "at and handsome advertising matter. 1 .

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As between Roosevelt and Hanna,
the choice is like choosing between the
devil and a witch. We will have to
grin and bear it, however, unless Dem-
ocracy pulls itself together, buries all
differences and enters the fight with a
solid front.

Republicans seem to have forgotten
the Sackville-West incident. When
Grover Cleveland was President lie was
unmercifully excoriated for what was
termed his "British tendencies." Today
the Republican paf ;is decidedly Brit-
ish, and you are "ds -it if you are not
Hinglish to the tpee h,

It is too bad that Miss Roosevelt
could not be permitted to fawn at the
feet of royalty by attending the coro-
nation of King Edward. As the Prince
of Wales, the present King of England,
was considered the greatest libertine
unhung, it would certainly be an honor
to the womanhood of this country to
allow Miss Roosevelt attend the coro-
nation ceremonies.

Tallahassee has a good library, and
would like to have a first-class public
library, but the Capital City could not
afford to accept one of Carnegie's
white elephant's even were it offered
to her. Jacksonville will get a dona-
tion of $50,000 for a building, but will
have to bind itself to appropriate $5,-
000 a year to maintain it. A very ex-
pensive luxury, and one that few cities
can afford to accept.

"Senator Tillman might have replied
as the Quaker did: 'My friend, I have
not enough confidence in thee to be-
lieve what thou sayest,'" siys Mr.
Bryan's Commoner. But hef didn't.
Instead, he gave a right swing for the
jaw, a la Fitzsimmons. MkLaurin

countered, and in the mix-up
dulged in short arm work. Th4
is that both men lost their Qu
they would not have engaged i
disgraceful scrap.

General Miles is under the
administration's displeasure, a
cause be expressed an opinion
wants to be IT, and will not h
decapitate any one who has
dacity to possess an opinion of
Republicanism and rotten
to be synonymous terms. 'Th
is rotten to the core, and nc
office dare express an opinlo
opinion happens to be ana
the views of the Rough Ride

oth in-
ker, or
such a

of the
all be-
itate to
he au-
g. o. p.
man in
it that
istic to
and his

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JOHN C. TRIB., Ed. md4 Propr.

The codfish aristocrats of the United
States will now sneeze, because King
Edward has taken snuff.

The British have at last won a vic-
tory from the Boers. But maybe when
tue returns come in it will be found
that the British loss was quite severe.
Republicanism now means "snobby-
ism"-at least, that is the natural con-
struction when we consider the efforts
of that party to kiss King Edward's

The Populists will hold a convention
in Louisville, Ky., on April 2nd. They
did not want to play an April fool trick
on the country, hence put off their con-
vention a day later.

There will be a battle royal when
Hanna and Roosevelt enter the fight for
the Presidency. Southern Republicans
.favor Hanna, but their votes don't
count in a national election.
The breweries have not yet advertised
a Prince Henry Brand of beer, and we
have not yet heard of a Prince Henry
limburger and pretzel. Still the cry:
"Sweir' lager," is a popular one in Ger-
inan localities.

Wireless telegraphy is not a new in-
vention. Marconi evidently got his
ideas from the "grape-vine telegraph,"
which-has been in successful operation
for years, before the Morse invention
was even dreamed of.

King Edward says that "Americans
are not to be admitted to the corona-
tion, even though they come arrayed
in gorgeous raiment and ropes of pearls
and diamonds. Until every British tax-
payer finds a seat there must be no
room for foreign shoddyism."


they are looking for. They are living 11- Treasurer, J. L Giesier.
The general nature of the business to be Secretary and General Manager, W. L.
today. Yesterday is past and numbered transacted by the company is to acquire, Roach.
with the dead. build. construct. own, maintain and operate Board of Directors-C. I. Musser. J. L.
Sa railroad, for the transportation of freight Giesler. William Kaiser. W. L. Roach, W. D.
The people who do things live today sand passengers, and to do the business of a Burk. C. R. Fox and Fred. T. Myers.
Common carrier, from a point on the St. VI.
and are looking forward anxiously to Marks River, at or near the town of St The highest amount of indebtedness or
S, Marks. in the county of Wakulla. to the town liability to which the company can at any
tomorrow. They are up-to-date, and of Perry. in the county of Taylor( a distance time subject itself shall be five hundred thou-
leave yesterday to old fogies. That is of aboetensut forty miles, with such branches and sand dollars.
extensions as may be hereafter determined VII.
the reason for persistent, intelligent on by the Board of Directors of the Com-
pany: the said railroad to be made. or being The names and residec-es of the sub-
advertising, and for constantly offer- already made. into or through the counties scribers, with the number of shares taken by
of Wakulla. Jefferson and Taylor, In the each. are as follows:
ing values which will appeal to the State of Florida. And the said corporation William Musser, Iowa City, Iowa, thirty-
people, and make them remember the is to have. use, exercise and enjoy all and five (.'35) shares.
bargain propensities of a given estab- and immunities now, or that may hereafter (30) shares.
be conferred on railroad corporations by the J. L. Glesler, Muscatine, Iowa, thirty-seven
lishment. constitution and laws of the State of Florida. (37) shares.
People who live today don't care what III. William Kaiser, Muscatine. Iowa, thirty-
Peoplemwhotive toeayadn'tacareowhtsThel be seven (37) shares.
kind of bargains Merchant Brown of-Tw amount of the capital stock shall W. ,. Roach, Muscatine, Iowa, thirty-five
kind of bargains Merchant Brown of- Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars, (35) shares.
feared last year. They have forgotten to be divided into twenty-five hundred shares W.D. Brk, Muscatine, Iowa, thirty-fve
of one hundred dollars each; twenty-five (35) shares.B
all about that ad he had In the paper thousand dollars of which must be subscribed (. R. Fox, Muscatine Iowa, thirty-five
-- ;and paid in before the company transacts (35) shares. scane, owa, irty-ve
before the war. He can't continue do- any business, as required by law, and the Fred. T. Myers, Tallahassee, Fla., one (1)
ing business on the memory that he share.
sold something extraordinarily cheap M a rch have herento subscribed their names, this
lasf year. That is ancient history. His I _ha e28th day of February. A. ir. 1902.e
more energetic rival has an ad in the CMayAS. R. FOX,
paper today. It tells of bargains of- r WILLIAM KAISER,
fered right now, and these are what the G W. L. ROACH.
people want. There is a best time for doing W.D. BURK.
There is no merchant who cannot everything-that is, a time when a FRED. T. MYERS.
make a good profit on catchy, twen- thing can be done to the best ad- EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
tieth century advertising. Even the Vntage most easl and most ef- Notice is hereby given that I will make
farmer can advertise to dvantg fectively. Now is the best time final returns of accounts and apply for a
farmer can advertise t advantage. discharge as executor under will of Thomas
The man who does not advertise du for purifying your blood. Why? J. Perkins, deceased, before R. A. Whitfield,
The man who does not advertise dur- udge Probate, Leon county, Florida, on Oc-
ing the dull season, makes a serious Because your system is now trying tober first, 1902, A. D.
ing the nn ke a ri to pri liyou know this by the JOHN DAY PERKINS,
mtatairka awnr tho r n whn Itvl in n .R .. W.rnt .... a..w iln ^r Tlh.maI T -._

lurking in accumulated garbage, the Discontinuing your ad amounts to the A
people should take pride in keeping same thing, and when your name fails
their premises clean. to appear in the papers the reading
Public soon forgets that such a man i
CONGESSIONAL ELECTIONS. was ever in business. The people are
The St. Louis Republic takes a hope- looking out for today; they don't have
ful view of the approaching Congres- time to look up "has-beens."
sional elections, which, by the' way, An ad in the paper adds prestige to
seems to be warranted by the facts. your business abroad. The stranger
While jubilant over the outlook, it still picking up the paper, naturally judges
)urges caution to the extent that Demo- the town by its appearance of property.
cratic hopefulness should be backed by If you are not represented in its col-
a thorough Democratic organization umns, he does not know you are in ex-
and an aggressive prosecution of the istence. The more space you use, the
Congressional campaigns which shall better impression you create.
not leave anything undone that would Advertising of the right character,
tend legitimately to insure a Demo- properly put into effect, always means
cratic majority in the next House. an increase in business.
The party is in excellent shape for a
winning fight, if this advice is follow- WHIP THIEVES.
I ed, despite the claims of would-be re- In almost every paper one picks up
organizers and disorganizers. These now-a-days is a startling account of
ordinarily disurbing elements have some defalcation or daring swindle per-
found their assertions of Democratic petrated by a trusted employee upon his
dissension or weakness discredited in employer. By some fatality they usu-
every test of party strength that has ally appear along side by side with an
come since the general elections of account of murder or some other atro-
1900. The Democratic party has been cious crime; and well they may, for no
found harmonious, well organized and better is the villain who betrays the
capable of victory, confidence of an employer than the as-
The present session of Congress is sassin who waylays and sand-bags some
following a line of action certain to innocent, unsuspecting person, looking
arouse the people to the necessity for a at the act from a moral standpoint.
return to Democratic principles. It It is a tradition thai among certain
will be a Two-Billion-Dollar Congress. tribes of Indians who formerly inhab-
On top of this vast expenditure of the ited this State before the palefaces
people's money, an additional tax of came, that when one of their number
nearly $200,000,000 will be placed upon was caught stealing he was forthwith
American tax-payers in order that cer- put to death by the most tortuous
tain ship-owning corporation can col- method. As a result it is said of them
lect subsidies for their private profit, at that they were almost entirely free
the people's expense and with no bene- from the thieving class.
fit to the people. The dominant spirit The humanitarianism of an advanced
of the Fifty-seventh Congress is the civilization might justly feel outraged Rev. H. Stubenvoll, of Elkhorn, W
new and ominously unAmerican spirit at a suggestion that we return to these St. John's Church of that place. Rev.
of imperialism and colonialism. Impe- primeval modes of punishment for this presented to him by Emperor William
rialism and colonialism have already most reprehensible crime, but we do the bibles the Emperor has written in h
cost us in the Philippines enough to think that society and the cause of This honored pastor in a recent lette
have built 300 warships for the Ameri- Christianity could best be promoted by 0., says concerning their famous catarr
can navy and to have constructed the adopting the whipping post for theft, The Peruna Medicine Co., Colum
Nicaraguan canal. by whatever way it be committed. Gentlemen: 1" had hemorrh
The record of the present Congress Such a law, backed by a rigid enforce- and all despaired of me. I took
should alone defeat every Republican ment upon every convicted thief would strength and courage, and made
candidate for Congress in this year's have a wonderfully beneficial effect. my weight, gave me a healthy ca
elections. The Republican party's The dude who filches his employer's till medicine in the world. If ever
abandonment of American principles for sporting duds would hesitate a long would save many from death ever
and surrender to the land-grabbing and time if the whipping post were staring Yours very tr
empire-building policies of monarchical him in the face.
Europe must of necessity warn the
American people against the peril and If Tallahassee wishes to secure the Thousands of people have catarrh who
the folly of keeping such a party in State Fair she had better go to work at would be surprised to know it, because
power. There is excellent warrant for once, or forever after hold her peace it has been called some other name tha
power. There is excellent arrant fo If we don't want it, we should by all catarrh. The fact is, catarrh is catarrh
Democratic confidence that a Demo- means have an exhibit at the fair, no wherever located; and another fac
cratic majority will be returned to the matter where it is held. which is of equally great importance, is
next House of Representatives. But that Peruna cures catarrh wherever
m Mrs. E. W. Green arrived yesterday located.
this confidence must be supported by from Jacksonville on a visit to her Catarrh is an American disease. Fully
unceasing effort in the direction of ef- daughter, Mrs. H. E. Bennett. one-half of the people are afflicted more
fective organization and aggressive or less with it in some form. Previous
campaigning. Mkae sure of victory. Subscribe for the Tallahasseean. One to the discovery of Peruna, catarrh was
Dollar a year. considered well nigh incurable. Since
"What's the use for me to advertise? I r TE ls P'ATENT. balance thereof to be Issned and disfposed of.
N oth a p fi-P is hereby given of the intention of :nd p -id fr at s u-ih time. :and in such n>an-
Everybody knows me. I have been in the undersigned to apply to the (Gvernor of ner andl aniounts as the Board of lDirectors
business here for ears and the all the tate of Florida orida for Letters Patent. in- shall determine
business here for years, and they all reportingg them. their associates, and sue-
know what I have to sell," is a frequent *essors, into a body politic and corporate lby I.
the name of St. Marks and West ('osst Rail- The said eorloration shall exist fir ninety-
remark you hear from merchants. True, way Company. for the pl)urpose and upon the nine years, unless sooner dissolved iy opera-
does not a very deep insight in- terms set forth in their proposed charter, a tion of law. or bly the stockholders.
it does not show a verydeep insight in- eopy of which is given below. V.
to business, but many merchants labor WILLIAM M1TSSER, The business of the company shall Ie con-
n r th am hallinatin IIS I. I SFEX. ducted by the following officers, viz : a P'resl-
under the same hallucination. WIlLi1IAM KAISER, lent. Vhi-l'resident. Secretary. Treasurer,
They seem to forget that the memory ROA(II. Gener Manager: and Boad of Directors, to
They seem to forget I. HESLER, consist of not less than three nor more than
of the public is very short, and that (. MUiSSER, thirteen stockholders, and such subordinate
ofthepublic i a ery short f andt hat w. i'. BURK. officers and agents as the Board of Directors
the people are liable to forget. The up- tFRED. T. MYERS. may authorize. The offices of Secretary and
to-date business man keeps his name ('lIARTER OF ST. MARKS ANDI WEST Treasurer. or Secretary and generall Mana-
constantly before the public. The peo- g'ASTer, may be filled by the same person. The
constan.The peo- OAT AilWAY OMAY. Board of Directors and Iresident shall be
We. the undersigned, do hereby associate elected by the stockholders at their annual
pie have so much to keep track of to- ourselves, for the purpose of becoming incor- meetings, the time of which shall be fixed
da that the are at to-forget occur- orted under the laws of the State of Flor- by the By-Laws: and the Board of Directors
day that they are apt t orge occur i. to transact for profit the business here- shall elect the other officers of the company.
rences of last year. In fact, when they inafter set forth: and we adopt the following at their first meeting after the annual meet-
as the Charter of the proposed corporation: ing of the stockholders. The Board of Ili-
pick up a paper today, and see the allur- I. rectors, until otherwise provided by the By-
ing bargains offered by the wide-awake The name of the corporation shall be St. Laws, shall be composed of seven members.
Marks and West Coast Railway Company The following persons shall be the officers
merchant, they are liable to forget all "d its princlal plac of siness shall be to conduct the buness of the coman until
about the advertisement they saw last S. Marks, Florida: but the Board of Di- sefled, at the first election shal be
rectors may establlish other places of bust- President, William Musser.
week. It is the bargains of today that ness within and without the State of Florida. Vice-Iesident, William Kaiser.
*r s d ... ... .r.


Suffered -
C. F. Gerding-M, I.
5., writes.
"I contracted a -bcold about
fifteen years ago an ie Il kidsate
patent medicines a* i4A gs reco
mended for a cold ojv af cough, ba
found none to help| e j|til I c
menced using Per1a. .;ly age i
seventy-eight years,% nd A am better
now than I have bee r'ars. I
keep using your great, ine, and an
still improving in he a r. rrenmnen4
it to all sufferers with og and cold
-C. F. Gerding.
Peruna, The eInzmy Know
For Cat rrh.P
Mr. Chas. H. Steve 4l venteen,,
Street, Detroit, Mich. v- ita.: "tfo
me great pleasure to t; tif o tiheI neritg
of Peruna as a remqy i4 catarrh I
suffered for some tgjP th (hroze
nasal catarrh, but *I'r v-e montilh'
treatment during iifh lpine I used
seven bottles of Peru I aW pleased to
say that I am entirely e there being
not the slightest trace* tl.jcatarrh left.
Peruna is without d4ubtjhe greatest
remedy known for c r ---Chas.
Stevens. !T
*Afieted Since Chiid *Ith Catarrk.
Mr. Elbert S. Riches, ton, on
writes: F
"I am near sixty t ars of age
and have from childWNd Veen afflicted
with catarrh in the hef, ai for the past
four or fiveyears beengtfclfllicted with
it'in my eyes; they b*^, ltery, would
materate a good deal, 4d ,,ck together
in the night. My co tioWas .' fully
described in your a-m c-at I decided
to try Peruna. ..
"I am thankful to I now con.
sider myself entirely4e gom catarrh,
and only use PeruntvIec onally now
Sas a tonic. Accept A y f re thanks
for your personal int t I my case.
"My son, 21 year e, has bee
using Peruna for a n f weeks for
catarrh in the head as obtained
great relief."-Elber* hi yards.
Catarrh Th r.
Mr. Andrew Barr S N. Kidzie
Ave., Chicago, 11., waes
"It gives me great ure to testify
to the merits of suce e wAthy remedy
for catarrh as yo e na. I had
suffered for thirty y fom this very
disagreeable disease d tried many
so-called remedies b nA I used Pe-
runa none had the fedt.
"I have been co IrN with the
Chicago Police Dcpa jer for the past
twenty-eight years. 4 caj cheerfully
recommend Peruna tbr.y ie suffering
from catarrh."-And n Id. lrett.
If you do not derive -1ri1t and satis-
factory results from I. u of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. l$rt ttn, giving a
full statement of yo-,gaiand he will
be pleased to give Y y 0 fsalutble ad-
vice gratis. *
Address Dr. Hart n, resident of
The Hartman Sani i Columbus.

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SIt takes material as well as labor to accomplishing.
I To make your home beautiful, the first essenti#it iwall
paper that is carefully designed and well ma here's
S paper to your liking in any shade, beautiful degn and
at prices to suit.

Mosquito Nettings .

A specialty. Get ready
for the pests.

Carpets S
No use trying to get along
with that old carpet any \
longer. We have the -E v ,
latest designs and best I[Al" C .

-- T. 'beauty
Beauty and Stability. au
our furniture. If you wish your house to be welrnrrb hed, I d
can suit you. For cash or on the installment plan. at p


from one to six dollars per. garment.
They are made of the best materials #4+*+404P $- 4
and in the very latest styles and are o r
perfectly exquisite creations. My stock S~ rinn si&
of Millinery is simply grand and will Spring 41
have to be seen to be appreciated. It ;
has been most carefully selected by an SummI 4.
expert milliner and from one of the *
largest millinery houses in the United .
States with a world-wide reputation 11
ion. I also have for the spring season 1 Iy -
a trimmer from the above mentioned *
house, who stands second to none in
her profession, and whose creations in *
head gear is marvelous as well as beau- A select assorttt f Collars,
tiful beyond description. I have also Ties, Laces an .mkoideries.
secured the services of a French dress 44
maker, with a competent corps of as- Yk -
sistants, and will on and after March A full line of SqZ Tle Gloves, 4
4FI -. .- _- -_0



is., Is pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran
Steubenvoll is the possessor of two bibles
of Germany. Upon the fly leaf of one of
his own handwriting a text.
r to the Peruna Medicine Co., of Columbus,
*h remedy, Peruna:
bus, 0.:
hages of the lungs for a long time,
Peruna and was cured. It gave me
healthy, pure blood. It increased
olor, and I feel well. It is the best
yone kept Peruna in the house it
ry year."


the introduction of Peruna to the medical
profession thousands of cases are cured
Mr. W. D. Smith, a well-known grocer
of Port Huron, Mich., writes:
"By following your instructions and
taking Peruna and Manalin I am cured
of catarrh. I had catarrh for twelve
years and quite a bad cough so I could
not sleep nights. I do not have any
cough now, and if I feel anything in the
throat 1 take a swallow of Peruna and I
am alright."-W. D. Smith.


28, 1902

The Fin(

Is made with

ing Powder.

sweet, pure





Those Who lIather Items
Tallahasseean Readers.



be Dentist, Dr. R. A. Shine.
irs. A. L. itandolph, Miss Randolph.
I Miss Elliott made a short visit to
ksonville this week.
fr. Chas. W. Harris, a popular knight
the grip from Macon, was here this
ek calling on our merchants.
Runnally's fine candies always fresh
Wight & Bros.
(r. F. C. Folks, clerk at the Leon
tel, will make a trip to Madison and
re Oak next Sunday.
!oley's Kidney Cure makes the kid-
Fs and bladder right. Contains noth-
[ injurious. For sale by Wight &
krs. Edward Lewis has returned to
Ilahassee from a visit of several
ks in acksohville.
r. .1. N. Cam. of Centerville, was in
city yesterday, and paid The Talla-
seean a pleasant visit.
Presh Garden Seed at Wight & Bros'.
secretary of State Clay Crawford
s a visitor to Pensacola this week,
account of the meeting of the. Press
laylor & Child can furnish you with
erything to-c-omplete your house.
captainn John Hodge, the lumber and
sstie manufacturer of Sopchoppy,
among this week's visitors to Talla-

aylor & Child keep for sale the
and cheapest lime in the market-
dard brand.- M.14-1m
te a number of prominent Talla
ans left this week for Pensacol
attend the meeting of the State Pres
e most reliable painter and paper
er in Tallahassee is John Spencer
ch 28-3t.
e Southern Express Company ha
ed into its new office in Mr. Hirsch
rs new building on Monroe street
the Constantine House.
is is the place to spend all you
k dimes.
28-2 COX & STUBBS.
+ + 4
)nly a few more months until com
cement exercises will be the orde
the day throughout the land. School
1 colleges are making preparation
this auspicious 'vent.
ohn Spencer will sell you better wa
er for less money than any dealer i
lahassee. M.28-3t
he city council at its next meeting
I make a popular movement by o01
igthe houses numbered, and th
t names placed on every come
b improvement is certainly needed,
he Thomasville baseball club failed
lt in its appearance here last Sa'
y to play the Tallahassee tean
account of the rain, it is probably
l thing the boys did not come.
elvet Beans for sale by P. T. MICE
M spring normal course at tl
da State College is well attend<
aspiring teachers from all parts
State. There is also a good attend
e at the normal course of the Sta
1nal and Industrial School (cc

That cough, takeLincan's Couj
W. Sold only by Wight & Bro.
SR. L. Rozear and children le
ray morning for High Sprint
I future home, where Mr. Rozear
lioyed in the S. F. & W. raillr

re line of inks and stationery.
e question of whether or not Tall
ee shall have electric Ulhts w

it is a common remark that Talla- Save your woolen goods from the by far the largest lina country, con-
hassee has moremcannes than any city ravages of moths by using camphor of many effects in wor-
ghassee has more canines thaTheirowners balls, 10 cents a pound, 3 pounds for Gents Furnishingsi
r- f ts size in the State. Their own 25 cents. For sale at Balkeom's drug steds, cassimeres, ay erges,
he ask all the way from $5 to $500 each store. "eP Be .
r. for them, although many are not store ete STRAUSS e the kind
g. worth the powder to kill them opandare Mr. J. C. Drake, of Bloxham, was in Consisting of Shirts, of clothes you like- -accurately
e dj awake with their bc on tinualpsnarlingthe city this week, and paid The Talla- Underwear, and tailored, perfect i
ad akihasseean a short visit. Mr. Drake n Underearand rfect tly above
t- and barking. woodsman for Mathers Brothers, tim- the ordinary, yet prices are no higher thh bave paid for
a DANGERS OF PNEUMONIA. ber and naval stores manufacturers. inferior goods. They guarantee I action
a isi neglected He now has auout 15,000 logs on hand
A cold at this time, i neglected ready to be floated down the Ocklock- N C 1k v e a r and with it goes our unqualified nt.
Senfatal, and eve n ent onee river to Mcntyre We shall be glad to have you call andW be glad you
t has recovered the lungs are weakened, Mr. R. L. Kilpatrick, sheriff of Jeffer- Just in, at Came.
making them peculiarly useeptible to son county, spent several days in the
e the development of consumption. Fo son county, spent several days in the
he the development o iconsumpn Capital City this week. On account ofDu-l r
.ed ley's Honey pand eTarmWla l stol by his efforts in capturing the Taylor ptac wa Bros. tore
of cough, heal and strengthen the lungs county moonshiners Mr. Kilpatrick was y l *
d- and prevent pnuemonia. Sold by Wight appointed deputy United States mar-
lte or Bro. shal. He was here attending United. -
S- 0 States court. ig 4_ _
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Williams, of Sa- 40 4
gh vannah, were among the recent arrivals T 4__ i
on racy in Tallahassee, and registered at the FINE FARM FOR SALE. eep V
^^ v r" ....Leon Hotel. Mr. Williams is president .. .... r
'ft of the Georgao and Florida(Georgia I offer for sale my farm of 210 acres
ft of the Georgia ad Fl, orida (Georgia Miccosuk. About 140 acres in a Usually old in a first-clahs General Mo Store, and
P-, Against your life and Pine) railroad, which has Just beenne n tar te a clt-vtion "t'"u a my stock is all fresh and good-none of ywq .( abop-worn
Sg erts o d eae aen mnplet between this city and p, and all necessary fences. A stuff, but everything strictly up-to-date in ..... ..
Dcie, sre dbefg"re good four-room cottage, with kitchen Coo s,
oge win openly Mr. H. D. Hartt, the furniture dealer, and dimg-room attached, contain rylothing B Shoes
yO"- u. has a new ad in this week's Tallahas- barn and other necessary outbuildings I can't be beat. If you want something and good,
.. .. seean. Mr. hartt is the only exclusive and a never failing well of cold water.4 give me a call. Then, if you are after t ....a.
s L ittle Liver1 P~llI dealer in furniture in this city, and car- About 70 acres is timber land with .
es a complete asso rtment of every- enough wood for all future te family
.. e e t fh e of good land adjoining that can: Staple and Fancyi.- groceries
thingrequred t furish yurhuse.40..


Miss Knadley Murray and Miss Annie *:.. *..=..: .. .-.- :
Lester were m town yesterday on a sopntur."
shopping tour. *............. .... ...........*. .......:. *.
The spring term of the United States a *.
Court transacted business in a -hurry :.
this week and has adjourned. : : -
The Standard lime is the best for all .
Rl purposes. Kept for sale by Taylor & i
KOyal J~akm Child only. M.14-1m ,
Miss Bettie Bythewood, formerly of :. '
A Tallahassee, is a visitor in the city, a : .
A lw ays ht guest of Mrs. J. S. Winthrop. D:
+ + + + + 44 4 4 : : 4**** ***6 :41-
4 Mrs. Ida M. Cleft, of Charleston, S. : 5.
w holesom e. C., is the pleasant guest of Mrs. D.B.
? Woe. Meginniss, in this city. + %"
Having secured the services of an ex- .
perienced trimmer from Baltimore,
S- Miss Adele Gerard is fully prepared to "
Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist 'Phone No. fill orders for millinery satisfactorily 1 4 "
68. 48-10t and with dispatch. M.28-2t 4 O
A. M. Carlisle, with R. L. Collins, Comptroller Croom left Tuesday for -ae;. l:A.
druggist t Pensacola, to attend the annual meet- "
ing of the Florida State Press Asso- 4: S "
Mr. John R. Willis was here the other citation. y -'
day from Bronson. .
At p r sen Gqvernor and Mrs. W. S. Jennings .""
At present the prospects are bright went over to Pensacola this week to at- : :
for a splendid fruitt crop. tend the meeting of the Florida quill- : "
+ + + drivers and scissors manipulators. .
Royal Tailoring, Cleaning and Press- drivers and scissors manipulators. Editor Tallah
i- Editor rallahasseeanl : iA
ing. W. H. FREELAND. 2-tf Miss Frances Fishburn, from Balti- a a"
S a more, arrived this week to assist Miss We have been so busy during the past 4
G. C. Bishop, a leading Monticello Adele Gerard in her trimming depart- We have been so busy during the past
merchant, was here one day this week meant. It i week-have had such a rush every day
on business. suppying the demand for Easter deco-
+n busis. 4 Don't forget that gold watch in Mr. 4 rations, I have not found time suffi-
The trees and flowers in the various Sweeting's window. It will be given to client tohat write specials. Suffice it toe-
parks are now in full bloom, and pre- the most popular young lady in Talla- le I am profoundly grate-
sent a pretty sight. hassee. m o ful for such a generous patronage
4+44 + (which would have swept away the
The Florida State Federation of Mr. E. E. McLin is expected to return : small Haber ashers), I am pleased to
Labor met in annual convention at to the capital next week from an ex- be able to say to my patrons, my stock
Jacksonville Tuesday. i t he Ste ins g the s still replete with beautiful and at- 4
Jacksonville Tuesday.tended tour of the State, inspecting the tractive lines of all seasonable mer- : ''
Attorney General W. B. Lamar is vaous convict psandise at wonderfully low prices.
among the prominent Tallahasseeans The hotels have been pretty well :
at Pensacola this week. crowded this week with traveling men, w -
Ho F and others who are here attending the "": 1
Hon. F. T. Myers left yesterday United States Court. ": !
morning on a business trip to Pensa- 4 4
cola, to be gone two or three days. Mr. Ed. Crawford, agent for the Sea- 4. *
We cr a+ board Air Line railroad at Midway, was : T
We carry an extensive line of chew- a visitor to the Capital City yesterday, .. V
ing tobacco and called on The Tallahasseean.
M.28-2 COX & STUBBS. .". ++ + g .0 A
Only white barber shop in the city.
Next Sunday is Easter, and there will Over Pringle & Johnso's store. Geo. 4
be appropriate services at all the Cravy, proprietor. f i:
churches. Cavy, prorietor. *:'. pr:o pe or.
4- 4. ...,,-
During the recent heavy rains someA "
The Sunday school pupils are getting wag placed a sign in the rotunda of the :** ." *
ready for their annual excursion and State capitol: "Shower baths free, if: : A
c. 4 you furnish your own soap and towels. *
Mr. Fred Robertson, of Brooksville, Jennings&Co."
was here a few days this week, visiting The services at the Baptist church
his father, Col. F. L. Robertson. luring the past week by Rea J. T. o.
FOR + C ABetts, of Jacksonville, have been well o'
FOR SALE-2-0 acres, ten miles
west of Tallahassee, two ane one-half tures are an interesting feature. Ser- o
from railroad. Suitable for stock range. vices will be held at the church next.'
W. E. BRADLY, Tallahassee, Fla. Sunday morning and evening. A cor-
March 21-1m. dial invitation is extended to the pub- 9 -.
+ + + li+ '* + 4:1
Tallahassee should by all means have l
a Young Men's Christian Association, THE BEST TIME. :: *
and there is some talk of organizing a ecure a cough or cold d :.i' :. *
branch here. +is when you are first affected. A pleas- *.. .. ,.. o.
Sextensionant and sure remedy for sore throat, *z**.*-*--. **:*** ********** --**.*....**** ** ...*..** ****. :
e The walls of the southern extension weak lungs, bronchial soreness, cough- 56
of the State capitol have been torn g spells, etc., is Gooch's Mexican ear r
down, and the workmen are now re-Syrup for coughs and consumption. Be __ ____ret______
building. wise in time and keep a bottle in your
If you want first-class painti d medicine chest, always handy for im-
a If you want first-class painting and mediate use, remembering the old
Spaper hanging done, call on John adage, "a stitch in time saves nine. All,
Spencer. M.28-3t it is a true lung tonic and sells for only 1 Dl
4`* 25 cents. UA VLUI.
. Mr. W. N. Sheats, Jr., has been ap- 25 cents + W Havc a Ot jhmg and
r. pointed State agent for the Union Rev. A. J. Moncrief, of Georgia, Want Everybo Know it
School Supply Company, of Chicago, preached at the Baptist church i tuesday.
and will go on the road in the near He arrived in Tallahassee Monday, and In Men's, Women's We have sCUre A exclusive right
s future. left Wednesday for Alabama. Mr. Mon- for Chldren's for this vicinity o~ rder for the
- i b th t Tlahae frief, who is a graduate of Mercer Uni- and Childrens .
t It is believed that the Tallahassee varsity at Macon, Ga., has under con- I -, fa fi tailoring Of
Baseball club will soon be organized aeration a call to the pastorate of the o STY SBROS
md ready to pull off a few exciting con- Baptista church in-Tallahasasee. He is a S : s
ir -ests in this city. Over 200 has highly educated man and a polished B l .h i We are now
-ubscribed to purchase an outfit for the pulpit orator. .. th..r newest

- A large acreage of cane will be plant- Theg c s f he m st popular The well known fitter, sa 4j On Fn re
r ?d by our farmers this year, and there rounght toa close and those who have Hanan's Shoes for LNI fld T
Is vill be a big demand for syrup barre coupons had better send them in at men, and Queen's ee interested in
s There is a good once. We still have back numbers of Quality for ladies, o g to call and
rel factory. The Tallahasseean containing ballots also the latest suites /" We show
S White barber shop. Over Pringle & o and. long as they last you . .Y PATTERNS.
in lohnson's store. t hv t I [" c
str ,4 + .4

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CUT WORMS. tract. Each disease has its specific cau-I
(By H. A. Gossard, Ento. Fla. Exp. Sta- sative micro-organis'm. these germs he-i
tion.) ing carried from sick to healthy hogs by
Cut worms are the larval forms of a vermin, birds. dogs. winds. streams handl
family of inconspicuous, dull colored upon the feet of man-. The germ of hog
night flying mo(hs, the Noctuidae. The cholera (can live for months in the soil,
moths are not kften seen in the day- regardless of the character of the cli-,
time, as they hfde in dark corners, un- mate. Swine plague on the- other harIl.
der dense vegetation, beneath boards, rapidly p),srihs in the soil and re.:tans
clods or stones; or settle upon gray or its vit.ality by getting into the moubh3 I
dark surfaces such as tree trunks or iand throats of healthy animals. In
fence boards, tl oir colors harmonizing mst oml)roal:s of so-called hog cholera
so well with t e objects upon which we find both diseas-s co-existing.
they rest, that nly the eye of the prac- Although the annual losses'aggregate
ticed observer likely to detect thm millions of dollars. some breeders and
at all. They co e quite readily to lights si'eculators take :t r)seato view of the
but not in sutffi ent numbers to pav fo matItr, claiming it is the losses du- to
trapping them n this way. Thv" are ho; -holera which keeps tht marke-
readily decoye at night to s'weetued from ,-comine glutted with cheap r
baits of penetr ting odor, such as for- ni t. Tlh more rtiff-tum rous consumer
mented molass s, or syrup mixed wilh is-, n, then Ile mst ;a d fete(. The ho i
a little beer o rum. Sugar dissolv,..l on o' thl most pIolific nil proftable o'
in water may 1 substituted for syrlp farm animals, and there vsems no good ,
The collector vails himself of this :eas(n why our "loria ma rk'Lts should
habit, but it ha11 (dly pays to (alc-h them !be supplied so Iaely with h'g pro-
in this way frt m an economic stand- df.e1s( f'-om the Chicago packing houses.
point. Hog chler; may occur a;nywhir(e.
There are mi ny species of cut worni Sone locanlities and eve'n soim indi-
moths with va ying habits a nd dliffer- vi.buals rarelIy or n('ver are rou)bl, i
ing details of 1 e history. Most of the v'iisi thae (,dise f,, pc anl itr-
larvae are con amratively naked cutr'-- sons w it xtei,(me'y ftrtunat. It is trum, -
pillars, living .ear the surface of tie iW n (-ai where the iog is well (tnrid for.
ground, though some have a climbing n ailing ('ien d 'P and pI('tY" >f"
habit and aceI d trees. The eegs a,. naltriti nIIs an;d ea"silv assimila d food.
laid in grass I d. lettuIe beds, w ," th,:. t losses from ilse'as s of 'ill kindl-
patches or in ay place which s ,uporl s I :- ':'fo a i'tin:ntmn. Ih as hti
a low, dense, suce'ulent v,.eg.tatioa). hIa'v no regl!nar si ;ping i;Hl- es, wou.1!,
They are rare laid on tor in t he le Won' i'xe mPt from hbo chl)l.'ma than
ground, being inrmallyv lepositI(e on ii th,)s, ,rtt'i to 'nall fie'ds and t a
leaves among which the m I)ths hide r* gular sl.e)ping iael.,
themselves. .Tr e full grown woms a. I log choleraa nuy lie of two kinds. It
from an inch an inch anl a-half orM'- l'-a ln al a(uo (olrs" or) ho of a
more in len th and the number of1 t)i, trhagic natu-lr. dlstroving t- large
broods varies rom one to three. a.- Pi ''ta i of a herd in a few days. or it
cording to th species, thiigh o maY II(Ime 'ii chronic and last for
brood is the gsner.l 'rui. In Flo:ila M)mnt!ls. In the aute' type there will be
-some of the p,.ts may ble found at all no h'cration of the intestines, tie
seasons and slocial car lto oet rid of blood being the main organ affected.
them must be. taken upon land from In tIhe chronic type the losses are not
which a dense,.low crop has just b,-n so severe; the sYnmdoms are
removed. nounced, and it is probably this form
The most eff'tive treatment is foundIl which is best known to breeders. As
in a poisoned bait consisting of whi-at symptoms there will we dullness, shiv-
bran and Parif green, just .noiuh o1ring. less of appetite, thirst, fever and
the latter to tinge th mass with a rdn(ss of skin inside the thigh and
greenish color.i to which a lil tle isytru! long tihe belly. In a few days this red-
may be added with advantraw. ('orn icss assumes a liurple or violet (color..
meal or cotton se.d moeal mayv j!) s- A rash aiAPlrs iprs, a'omnimpani,- d by spots
stituted for the Ibran. Immn-_i'tly-- ,f-o a lark red or black reaching in inch
ter the ground is plowed seattr tis in dliamet"r. The tongue is covered with
bait in little heaps all ove-r thi. field a9d ; 'in -wnish furt;. 'Th' animal is sore to the
leave for two or three nights b-for)e *I och. 'grimns and sci-ams when lihanl-
planting the now erop. Tb' iPns '.' ld. It moves foebly, is unsteady in glit
having nothing 'Ise -to feod upon will and has a plaintive cry. Fr(qoitntiy ,
devour the pobiyon graedily ;mnl the ogh1 wl'hich is hard and barking l'.as:s
dead will very soon b'- found in nim- throughout th' (lisease. Vomiting Inmv
bers on the surface. If the plants of I)b" resent. Constipation is sometimes
the new crop are s"t out singly a ring -resent, and, when this persists, the .)ut-
of the poisoned mixture may be placed br(ak is unuis:mlly fatal. Generally the
around each one or if planted in rows a ,,ow(.is loosen l)y the third tday and the
line of it -nay lie distributed along each liarrhoea is profise, flack in color and
side of the row. The observance of foul smelling. The pulse now becomes
these precautions will generally give quiite feeble, the cough frequent, pain-
very satisfV .ry results. fiul an'! exhausting. The breathing is
-In smali!a (!ens, plants such as to- hurried and weakness increases till the
m'atoes an ie jbages are sometimes animal gets down and is unable to rise
planted ea1 one in a cone of thick on its hint legs. Just before death
paper, heavy brown wrapping paper there may be muscular jerkings. or sud-
will do, with the upper edge or base of 1den attempts to rise, accompanied by
the cone projecting about two inches screams. In some cases swellings ap-
above the ground and the apex extend- pear, andl great lameness is a feature.
ing about three or four inches below. The ears may dil'o off. as may the end
This cone tdoes not interf,,r with the if l snout. andt tihe toes.
passage of moisture to tlih' plant anti The losses in hog a'holora frequently
will not rot down until thi plant has r1:(iac Si' or P0 per 'ent. The economic
outgrown the dan-ger iof ut worm a;t- il'mportane(' olt this disease is such that
tack. It is a good plahi to make vortieal s( i(*ntists have for yrars ennleavored to
holes having ;: d,'p!i of ti foot or more prduice a sulistamnce, which, when in-
in infested gmroni:! hand wilh perfect lyv i jectled into !the hi)g would eitle:r render
smooth andl firmni si.!s. A sharp)ened the animal insusc-(.lpiile or cure it when
broom handle is ;i stilt i av inntrunient aff','tld. Tih s, (; Torts hi:tve not met
with whi.h to nia;l e sich !o)o's. Tle w; h tim s-et,'.,- ih. inv.-t de1 .served.
worms will rer,':,,t it',') thise, hule's i, i. W' ssibi'. however. tnt, a prev' -
hide and are Ialubl.I to craIwl o'l ;ta ia;in. tive' alnd (i.ii'-tire s',.inn., made t y the
W here cult ivat :.n i:.s po licailly c', tii;- j ... e w. t 'ieth. ds as t ;>rt ompll.voyd in the
uous th'.; plani *'.'ill not do. tir'odiucrion Littil piro'et iolt n mii be- s'ti. 7-eud from tive' se'uti for dili ri ia i; ll 'n. will b.
choice of fertitizrs, thot igh KNtinit hIas discovered. Ioz,.ins (f s(o-c'aled "e' urres'
some vaiue in dii worms are oft.'n d stroy.Ied by pilrasites, present. Some of ti(m have advocates.
the most common of whi' hl aire ihe mag- w'ho make ridiculous claims as to their
gots of la "g',, gray bristly flies, closely effi'en'cy. IBre'drus fall into the trap.
related to the will known IlIsl flies in- I forgetting or being ignorant of the fact

testing putrid n' ais. Thie uninformed 'that, in many outbreaks of hog cholera,
are often puzzled by th', presence of like ;any other disease. the losses arc(
these maggots :within the bodies of the freqliently light. It is in these out-
cut worms an.) sppilose them to ie 'breaks that the "cure" man aDpears,
younger cut worms in the process of (and by cleaning up the pens, or building
development. Their trw- nature can be I fresh ones. and using soft. bland feed,
proven by ko-(ping a parasitized insect! along with his "condition powders"
in a bottle with a little moist earth and succeeds in bringing the most of them
stopped with a cotton wad until the throneh the attack; something the
flies emerge, owner could have done just as well.
Some years ago the Bureau of Animal
COULD NOT BREATIIE. Industry made field tests with various
Coughs. coles, croup. grip, bronchitis, medicines, looking for a combination
other throat and uing troubles are which could 1ie easily administered, and
'quickly cured by One Minute Cough the following powder compound was the
Cure. One Minute Cough C(ire is not result. It has been given sufficient trial
a mpre expwc'tor nin, which liquifies the to warrant its b'ling recommended as
mucous. (lt'tvs -,rt thl, ir!!ammnation the best treatment known tf;day for hog
and removes i:e cause of the disease. 'l-o -'a, h,~< swine plague. The formula
Absolutely sat\'. Ac\s ;1t (on<-". "One is al fo)lows:.
Minute Cou!ah (urin- vwil! do all that is W),-)d c!>,itcoal, 1 pound: sulphur, 1
claimed for it," says justice e of the pound; salt. 2 pounds; bicarbonate of
Peace .1. Q(. IIlood. Crosby, Miss. "My 'sodium. 2 pounds; sulphate of sodium,
wife cold not g~t her breath and was 1 pound: hyposuflphate of sodium, 2
relieved by tlhe first dose. It has been pounds; sulphide of antimony, 1 pound.
a benefit to all my family." Mix these thoroughly, and give one
tablespoonful to each 200 pounds of
HOG CHOLO.ERA AND SWINE weight of hog once a day mixed with
PLAGUE. soft feed. Where the animal won't eat,
PLAGUE. dissolve the proper dose in water and
(By Dr. Chas. F. Dawson, Station Vet- pour slowly, with frequent pauses,small
erinarian.) quantities into the mouth between the
r* o^ .1... ., _,i -i cheek and teeth.

iUog chuoiera Uanu swine plague are uy
far the most important swine diseases.
The former primarily attacks the intes-
tines and secondarily the lungs; while
the latter attaelr the uInnrt fit-at nrd

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"Me Chld!"



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That is the heartfelt cry of many
mother who sees her beloved child was-
ing and fading day by day. Sometimes it'
too late for medical aid to help the chil(
It is so weak, s
` lacking in stamina
that there is n
vantage ground c
e One of the result
of the use of Di
Pierce's Favoril
Prescription p r t
< ceding maternity
is a strong, incalt
Child. Thou-anc
of mothers testify
I to this. Frn-,quentl
7. mothers write. "
was never able 1
.g raise a child befoi
l- using"Favorite Pr<
scription." or "A]
'my other children
-"-".- : *- are sickly v xcet-
this one, and I too
your 'Favorite Prescription' this time."
All the child's strength comes from th
mother. "F.avoritc Prescription gives thi
mother strength to give her child.
STl(-Tr i- no0 alcoliol in "Favorite Pr(
scription ;" it contain. neither opium, c(
caine. nor any other narcotic. It is
purely vee.tni.e and(l n( rfctlvy harrmle'
nidic-ine in any condition of the fecmal
sy-it r.
Ac ,-,-t i-:- L iubctitute for "Favorite Pr(
scri '.ion.' T!hi-re is nothing "just ;.- good
for vwoiman's i'11.
Sick women rare invited to con,'ult D
Pierc.-,. h letter, fri'. Corrt-,e i,,dicnc
cofidt-ntial. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bu
f.lo, N. Y.
"I ani s( t':ankful for whit 1)r l 'i<-rcr-,' F
v>ritc Plre' rittiln has d',n- fr :w." wvnrit
M.trs. J'! ,i! T. ith. ,if s. o .al i. lr...-! C ,'.'.i:n
(P ,- > ;. "I h(c lil mel'i tlA.- !0.
,ntiiihy- If ,r 'iri .anc;'v *ti'l I :, i,{; :, :r,:
baly irl. t ::'.',t h,. -,lthv (if .all : :
it cure l ,i *i ;- lisei:t. which t{::iilii aw;
all my Atrt-:i th .
Fret. Dr. i'-re-'s Common Sense Mee
ical Advi'.er i, sent free on rec,-ipt (
stamps, to pay e4:ense ,f mailiinf onl
Send 31 or:.-cent stamps for thlue bok i
cloth bind-., or 21 *one--c(-nt .-taiinP, f
paper covt erd. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce
Buffalo, N. Y.

| Educational Department.

(Address all articles intended for th
column to W. F. King, Hawthorn
Fla., or 3M. Atta liancock, Arch-er. V la

Sonme of thie readers of thi educ:
Iionr;l (I o!in:n will remember a sho
ta!k by S'lpt. Truedlev at a meeting (
thie Nationt:! Educational Asso,'iatio
in .Ja-!:solville. W\e have heli-rd se
ortl o t" rh' foremost public speakers (
this '-"o;lit-y. 1)1ut never, ,. manii wlh)o i
;ri.,s:' Id is inorfI' )y his !)er'sonality.-
>v 1-1 lit' l 'I'ui.ili- Vrnntyt Yo -t n I le,;,

I*'. I 1 1 i i It,1 1. I i.ll -.^ < ) t 1 .
Y'I; !i ''nu recall the roll'-win re-
rn.rks. ii, substancee. ;!ttrihutd t! 10 Soa-
..t c?: "':)]lias." said the seer. *if our
( hildre-n w v"*re calves or foals of horses.
we should know what to do with them.
We should send for a trainer of horses
o- for one who knows how to deal with
cattle. But since they are children,
what advice do you give?"
These words of the magnificent teach-
er, so far beyond his day andi genera-
tion that he had to drink the hemlock,
tmay well come home to anotherdayand
generation of whom might be quoted
these words from Wordsworth: "The
world is too much with us." As a
schoolmaster. I am prone to magnify
my calling. But when I read how
Luther. in his day. said of the import-
ance of men and women that the
strong; h of a city does not consist inl
irs w-!ls, its public buildings, or its
l muiral 'eco-iations, but in the abiind-
:n (e(' of its -cilizens, honest, sincere and
w]!-oe'duc;e'oi; when I learn how Me-
l;anc!''ilho used to address his students
as-"l;ail. reverend priests. dio.tors,
li-i.nti:t-s. supeHa!intendents ail :
nPOst ll.)ojl., nest pi ii(-lt, moss earned
lords, consIis, p;raetors, judges, pre-
f lcts. (ci;it 'elIlois. se le(.taris, magis-
t:tI .. pt;Jl'.--sors;:" ;nd l whI-n asked
W.vhy I,: did s,). replied: "I am n')' jest-
ing: my sp;'eech is serious; for I look
on th.'se lirtl< Itoys, not as they are
now. !it withll a view to the pu)i!)se of
the lDivinte mind. on account of which
th-y are deliver-ed to us for instruc-
tion:" and when I read the tender
words of Commrius as to the beauty,
nay almost divinity of childhood. tesi-
monies out of what may well be called
a twilight age; then I think I see more
clearly that there is only one duty de-
volved upon each generation to which
all others are and ought to be sub-
servient, viz.: to bring it to pass that
the generation springing from its loins
shall be as much more capable of its
part in human life, as the accumulation
of spiritual power on the part of its an-
cestors will permit.
Now in this work of education, there
are really only two factors-th:e home
andl the :;-(liool. Of coulln' each hi:m an
being is buorn !Lto i v wuild, who.;:- ...-eat

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educative agencies are the home, so-
ciety, the State, and the church. But
the function of the latter three are, in
early years, in formative years, merged
in the home, and later are, with the
home, merged in the school, which
these fundamental powers have called
into being.
The home tits for the school. The
school with the home fits for life.
Through these vestibules, youth is
brought to the threshold of that larger
life whose beckoning forms appeal to
every power, to every aspiration, to
every hope -vithin him These two
agencies a;t( absolutely bound to-
gether in this work of ed iAntion.. Bhoth
minister to his social nueds and both
become th; .social life al( stimulus :is.
introduction to the largely and more ir.-
del)pn(iend life.

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V crups ;and c:ti-.
Jsta-rvt (of the it'y ."tin .4
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ni ")V t itla.iiV 4)' Ot
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Bioth ah )iit-1 ni u't"atta"' ci.''111A i vi togg nu MEIIEUIU
II those limitations anti rrst'.'icfiotinw't S uUIIu r U atJ.u muID uIJI
!n real lv t'nfran.'li isohimni mnal el' 'is-
1) pe-ct of *heSae.IHero(h1wt'learns ,;toi) *-'Dealer mAn arlile Fort'ign anb
obe. ,( to f'to obw .Ind lto. .-_,ilizo wime: c.Orde'rs Filled on Short Notive
lethai tu;hilt''to .i1'Yt lh1ttv lflaiTissvn- his'cutsand plivv'!; before' sending
leef i'ih~Lai.nlulwt. I n.--yoat ithe Si-tate. 44-li'

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sa~~iit(li~s, fm 'mt Ill.*(', doc'toredl
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The Wesleyan. Mtholi-t oif iave
preaching services everV "undy at 11 a. Ill. air
7:: p1). mI. Slailathl '-chool at 9.:!30- a. I.L ;
el iis -s iee in a at ;::0 A A. in.; re-u-lar mid we-ek
lpr-tyer serviceonl T'hurslay eveliii-g at 7 clock.
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Sof ezsiunal ardk.

Commilssionl Merchiant anid Auctioneer.
If you- have anything to sell, or wish
to puirthase, I am in the field to meet
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The Grocereies I Carry

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I make a specialty of handling
the best groceries.

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Nights in a Bar ROOM,] j

en while I said this, there came up
the bar room louder and madder
ts. Then blows were heard, ming-
with cries and oaths. A shuddering
e of danger oppressed me,-and I
t Iastily downstairs, and out into
street. As I gained the passage, I
ked i:,to the hitting room, where the
V of (;r,,.fj was laid out. Just then,
e h'br 1, 'n d,)oor was burst ophn by a
htinp pairty, who has been thrown, in
eir contention, against it. I
useo I' ., a n moment or two, and
en i It 6rir''f peTriod of time, sa.v
lows o* r the (lead boly of

"Thi pia-' for me," said I, al-
ost i ..:; ut 'il t l from the house
nd 1.,;! : '"v o lho resid(lence of a
nthi:1 i: h:,11 shown me many
ndn,':.. irg my visits at Cedar-
lie. s'" v as needed scarcely a
ord of -, .(i.atit.ion on my part, to
r(" 1 '' :, alii t''n(der of a bed.
Wh:i : i4.A' 11 s fl:n<'(f li-lmost
ke a i,:. 1-. tfroT(m P1and'monium to a
eare:l:. :., i. as I s( ;'t le myself
one ili !!,, iliet n'iamlber a chee-rful
ospitali," !: AI ass-ignnd imn an'l mused
1 the i : andl terrihi, incidolt s
f the i);1.. % Tiy that sow the wind
aall r;,tj hihl .\-VIirhind. lHow mar-k-d
ad i 0:i il' 1 ;lo/;zi U (!f lhiS l;roP1-
.. (.~i~!,.,i ill SIc'lt strowio i, ut i)wa;nti-
ui in-).i-' :"
On li" '" Y v,"-: to l,"- '; ( dC ;'-
ille .i a, :i h.- iQ'4 ,il i '1 r, i, i'.. d

s (. li .l i ai 1 :;( ilnt
s dv' : I.t. Iltol'r s litfor? tlhe temi)-
st ha! .- -:' 1 hut tlh ' left
ihin a vagi;ig fiIry wfere f<,:'--
il tn 1,,1,. i llaf l)oov's., 01hi 5s. will-
ows ;alv ''i-rs '*"'* r"O 'o!Pon, ;nI d o-vPi-n
he stl'i : : Si';!ss 'ol li h t 'i-ornan:'nt (1
he liar i,-I! lI'boon i)arl ially v.'wrn!m.l;'d
omin ils .tenintes I)y :-trong lands,
der aP i !i,)Ulsnr of mlihrd;.-r, tha! only
ck',!; .\,'aipon to X (, iie its fiendish
nurl 1. 11;)5ins cf lilo)( ,I in (;r))ls.
lark., :ri ,'v.n dri d-ip) Dols. were
S1) s'n 1aill over thel 1 har-r1oom1 antl
ssi;"!- ")l t-!'. n'"d in many plae(-s n ol
e p~o:.h.
In thw sill i ti- ill lay the lbody
f G(;r"'. It :''. I;o. were many signs
0 indi';;"t' j l'io'I-, sItrutggl. The look-
ag glass v;is snashlid to a ihundi'ed
ie(es. aiinl tii shivirerd fragments lay
et uiitt''h ild which it was pl:in had been nsed al a
eaIon olf ::-.'an. :Nad two of its iP'gs
roki-n short off. ;nlld as thrown into s
col- (r'. AAnd <.fen the bearers on
k'-liilh hl'' d1oa:1 1n1n lay were pusllhe(
roim il" ir tr'i' r ist ion, showing that
-'p'i. in il I iortal o-! i'- the body of
(;r-.,n had f lit t j.rriing strife of n-e-
intIls li h:il himdnisIf helllped to awaken 1
nto mnal :wt1iiti'. l.'rom his face. the
h t-'t hidl },) -n di ll'ilvn asid : I)ut 11o
andlvi.i:'--<.d l t repiaco it: antd th ,reo
t l;ay. in i ." ztly p)ilple ,:-;s. expose,1
o the liIght. at1l e''(''ered wih llrestless
ips. ;a)Ir:!(i'l l y i l' he first faint odors
f il1ridiiily. \Vili gaZ' i avelrtledl :1)p-
roachodl ltht, l yv. an di'rEw ilth (-)';
ring di'-ntily ov'Ir it.
No pe('o') wvas in the li ar. I we-t.
ut int'I Ihe stabile-yard. wli.roI I met
he hosilhr with his head bound up.
ere w:is a ,dark bIlne circle ar')iund
ne of his ,,-es, and an ugly-looking
d scar on his check.
"Where is Mr. Slade?" I inquired.
"In bed, and lik1y to10 keep it for a
Ikt." was aInsvwerrd.
"How cones that'.1'
"Natarally enough. The-re was fight-
ing all round last iiirht. and he had to
come in for a share. The fool: If ne'd
just held his tonguet. lie might h.: e
come out of it with a whole skin. iuit.
when the rumin is in. the wit is out, i'ith
him. It's cost mn a black eye ajd a
broken ha,l. fo:r how could I stan! by
and see himni murd,'ed-outright?"
S"Is he very iadly injured?" '
"I rather, think he is. One eye is
clean gone.".'"
"Oh, sluho-l ing'" !-
"It's shocking enough, and no nis-
"Lost an eye?"
"Too true, sir. The doctor saw him
this morning and says the eye was
fairly og(.ed out. and broken up. In
fact. when we carried him upstairs for
(ead, last night, his eye was lying upon
his cheek. I pushed it back with my
own hand!"

"Oh, horrible!" The relation made

What this Boy's

Mother Says

has been said by the mothers of
many other boys and girls, re-
garding the wonderful curative
and strengthening qualities of
Mues' Nervine

-"Our little bov. Harry had _nicm

Athens, Tenn., Jan. 27, 1901.
Ever since the first appearance of my
menses they were very irregular and I
suffered with great pain in my hips,
back, stomach and legs, with terrible
bearing down pains in the abdomen.
During the past month I have been
taking Wine of Cardui and Thedford's
Black-Draulght, and I passed the month-
ly period without pain for the first time
in years. NA..nm DAVIB.

What is life worth to a woman suffer.
Ing like Nannie Davis suffered? Yet
there are women in thousands of homes
to-day who are bearing those terrible
menstrual pains in silence. If you are
one of these we want to say that this

will bring you permanent relief. Con-
sole yourself with the knowledge that
1,000,000 women have been completely
cured by Wine of Cardui. These womn-
en suffered from leucorrhoea, irregular
menses, headache, backache, aind
bearing down pains. Wine of Cardui
will stop all these aches and pains
for you. Purchase a $1.00 bottle of
Wine of Cardui to-day and take it in
the privacy of your home.

tr, "ti s hie -espnsel ', t l Ilas t.i ,ie m m
Tihe Chattanoug .11 edWcui. Co., Chattanootga,

nie sick. "Is he othvrwis(in mvh in-
jured ?'
"rThe doctor thinks there are some
bad hurts inside. Why. they kicked
and trampled Ul)on him. as if he had
beeon a wild beast I never saw such a
pack of hblood-thirsty devils in my

So much for rum." said I.
"Yes, sir; so much for rum." was the
-mnphatic( response. "It was the rum,
and1 nothing else. Why. some of the
ve,-y men who acted t-hc most like
tiges and devils are as harmless per-
ons as you will finhar i Cm." d ilm."
when sober. Yes. sir: it was the rum,,
Nood nothinat else Rum gve mr this
br(i ken head and black ve-.e'
"so you hail locn drinking also?'"
"Oh. y s. Thi-ro's no use in d nying
"Liquor ;loos :ou harm."
"'Nobody knows that lnetterl that I
"Why do you drink, then?'"
"Ohl, just because it comes in the
way. Liquor is ll(under lmy voes and
'.o ,l1. the time,. and it's as natural as
breathing to take a little now and then.
And when I don't think of it myself
somebody will think of it f,):- me. a r
*iy-'Come, Sam. let's take s:omething.q
So, youth see. for a body such as I am,'
there isn't much help for it."
"Hut ain't you afraid to go on in this
'ay? Don't you know where it will all
" as well as anybody. It will
make'an end of me or-of all that is
good in me. Rum and ruin, you know,
sir. They go together like twin broth-
"Why don't you get out of the way of
temptation?" said I.
"It's easy enough to ask that ques-
tion. sir: but how am I to get out of the
way of temptation? Where shall I go,
and not find a bar in my road, and
somebody to say, 'Come. Sam. let's take
a drink?' It can't be done, sir. nohow.
I'm a hostler, and I don't know how to
lye anything (lse."
"Can't you work on a farm?"
"Yes; I can (do something in that way.
But, when there are taverns and bar-
rooms. as many as three or four in ev-
ery mile all over the country, how are
you to keep clear of them? Figure me
out that."
"I think you'd better vote on the
Maine Law side at next elation," said I.
"Faith, and I did it last time!" re-
plied the man, with a brightening face,
"and if I'm spared, I'll go the same
ticket next year."
"What do you think of the law?" I
"Think of it! Bless your heart! if I
was a praying man, which I'm sorry to
say I ain't-my mother was a pious

woman, sir"-his voice fell and slightly
trembled-"if I was a praying man, sir,

I'd pray, night and morning, and twen-
ty times every day of my life, for God
to put it into the hearts of the people
to give us that law. I'd have some hope
then. But I haven't much as it is.
There's no use in trying to let liquor
'Do many drinking men think as you
"I can count up a dozen or so myself.
It isn't the drinking men who are so
much opposed to the Maine law as your
politicians. They throw dust in the peo-
ple's eyes about it, and make a great
many, who know nothing at all of the
evils of drinking in'themselves, believe
some bugbear story about trampling
on the rights of I don't know who, nor
they either. As for rum sellers' rights,
I never could see any right they bhad to
get rich by ruining poor devils such as
I am. I think, though, that we have
some right to be protected against
The ringing of a bell here announced
the arrival of some traveler, and the
hostler left me.
I learned, during the morning, that
Matthew, the bar. keeper, and also the
son of Mr. Slade, were both consider-
ably hurt during the affrays in the bar
2 4-- d n~ aA- v.

i ol-cn(;[;al i :;(nI' S n1 :) ;l);n(loiI!n -IT of
party is required. .1udge Lyinan is al-
ways on good terinis with the lobby
members, and may 1 found in c-om-
plny with somp of them daily. D)oubt-
less. his abs-ence from the louse. now,
is for the purpose of a special meeting
with gentlemen who aret r>,ady to pay
well for votes in favor of some bill
making appropriations of public money
for private or corporate 4'-bnefit."
"Yoll'(-ertainly cannott mean all yotu
say to b"e I1 ",ken in its b:-o; ;.-St rsOP e,'"
W.-is replied to this.
"Yes; in its '>-,iv ry br;:d;(lst. Into just
this deep of monal a'4d political deogra-

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makes kidneys and bladder right.

Foley's Honey and Tar
cures colds, prevents pneumonia

&ley's Honey and Tar
*thbildren,safe,sure. No opiates.

Is king of all CHILL TONICS.

The Deuce td ay
when liquors are impure.
Not only is it throwing money away
to buy such, but it is injurious to the
health to during them.
are sold by us, and not being higher in
price than Wue impure and inferior
goods, should be the only kind p)ermit-
ted on the table.
These are some brands we can strong-
ly recommend.

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Distinctive Marks

Is possessed by our
work. Our .

cro )w('11 ontimiel.)

Look Carefully

To Your Kidneys

cause the kidneys to work as
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They build up tne shrunken
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they have no equal.

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# ..USE..

Edgar's Cathartic


The only ba nlss, vegetable,
bowet regulator, and liver vitalizer
As pleasant to the taste as
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W 1O,2, 50 cents.



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Carrabelle, Tall ahassee & Georg *.R.

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NIGHT THE EIGHTH. dation has this man fallen, disgracing
REAPING THE WHIRLWIND. his constituents, and dishonoring his
country." '
I was in Washington City during the "His presence at Washington doesn't
succeeding month. It was the short, or speak very highly in favor of the conm-
closing session, of a regular Congres- unity he reom-resents."
sional term. The implication of Judge "No mu till, as things are now, we can-
Lyman in the affair of Green and young not judge of th-e moral worth of a comn-
Hammond had brought him into, such unity by the man sent from it to Con-
bad odor in Cedarville and the whole gress. Representatives show merely tho on-
district from which he had been chosen, strength of parties. The candidate
that his party deemed it wise to set chosen in party primary meetings is not
him aside, and take up a candidate less sel d because he is the best man
likely to meet with -so strong and.t selected eause he is the best man
mighkely to meet with so strong anopposit, it ton. By have, and the one fittest to legis-
mightnge, suthey wsserel an oppo seuretion. Bthe late widely in national affairs; but he
so going the,-y were abile to secure the who happens to have the strongest per-
election onc more. against the growinged sonal friends among those who nomi-
temperance party. wiaih asuceeded, nate, or who is most likely to poll the
however, in gettingf a Main:- I .v man highest vote. This is why we fnd, in
into the State lgislatur'. It was, Congres.s. such a large preponderance
therefore, Judge Lynian's last winter at 3f tenth-rate' men."
the Federal capital. man sch as you represent Judge
While seated in the rea(lii.g room at Lyman to be would sell his country, like
Fuller's Hotel, aiout loo, onil the (lay another Arnold ll .".
after my arrival in V hlit'!gon. I n1o- Yes if the hid were high enough."
ticed an individual whose fa ou,, looked Doe l he gamble?'
familiar. cone in anie glance around, as "Gambling, I might say, is a part of
if in search of smoiC one. 'Vhile yt his p)rfession. Ve-ry few nights pass,
questioning my mildl itho he *co!d be. 1 am told, without finding him at the
I heard a man -rem ark to a V with gaming table."
whom he hal boien ('v'-:'sing : I hea-rdi no more. At all this. I was

aw from his piace in the IHouse, knowlfie., of the man's antecedents
aWugaihn.b"h had pr,)are(d me for allegations (quite
"'WVho?" inquired the other. -i sad a these.
"Why, .Judge lyman.'" wa'; answoretld. a l)ud-in the se.k nt at h Fe,!-
"'Oh,'' I aiI the oth-r! e'a 'i'a I had severi-al OIportunities
"'i t i,;n'i (f ul .ch o f.mni.fq!.n(.. r', i.)1s ,f x' a v nl l,. it: he I1louse
it l,- wisdo oes h ad i) tha i., a'nld lo-1 of it.-in the llHous- of'nly when
.i, lh ye- ,. I h< \("~ ;:ilh nays xnea,''t (-called iont some
'lls's "le i 1 m s) n 's oi a vole taken on
H-.I'.1 \\ (m.n T r;pi; t i t l. -' i ._t, *or ; -. ,t -. r- l
.... iTh' la;,'- 1r n'4', his ot'() as I lnotli ed,
''V h,,1 h: ,i : ",r" it?'' was ."..' :;-l!v .,F: () on tin- t. rn:ative
as th L u :(,(. .- ,,i till',- I saw limt .sagg. r-
lr a s a .h.. on ) m.i,,,h,]< ig on l; A ',.,., *,. .nl o ,- i'o,,ight
anll,] ;1n- tl- o I ''ll.. i'i( l'.(.' i,:I 11 not i ll(, 1lh ousi fo "r t1-,i pur)"l'O)so, o" vot-
a' ill P. ,, n ;n ., dn-unk'-n a st:,t,. thnt he had
I'm. i a-n -h il 'i tionr." said h- ) al'.'. w 'O:'So l:, i this-who.n his n;amPe was
"Not in s.tiving il't: I.lY ;.. ',.-ill s(.1i l. x'as l and ha to b
his vote to t lie hihe !ii hakn sraltimes before he was
"That will d.l)n- (l ;!]l, lt hr il spon, sulficienlliv aroused to give hi-; vote!
whom thi l idders may !>e. Teix. m;St Happili. for the 1,0ood of hiis country,
*>e wn w'ho hax, sooi hting to) los as ^ it vs !his i;s, t,r in Washington.
x-'Il a', g nt--men not :: a:!! !ii.:(!y to At th ), x es:i,,)i,. a ltt(- man Iltook
hirui tihe matter. in.r a in i .s-;vintg w os, I,;' til,..
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SYOU Don't Find It Here Look

SSenator A. S. Mann, of the Tallahas-
see Southeastern railroal, was here this
week on business.
Ex-Senator Pirrong, of Calhoun coun-
ty, was one of the many visitors to Tal-
lahassee this week.
Presiding Elder J. B. Ley has re-
turned to the city from a tour of the
Tallahassee district.
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Money refunded if it ever fails.
On Monday Capt. E. C. Harbert pur-
chased he Mostyn farm, better known
as the Choate tract, near Tallahassee.
The recent heavy rains did much
damage to gardens. Many gardeners
will have to replant -their patches en-
United States Marshal L. F. McGou-
rian, of Pensacola, has been in attend-
ance at the United States Court this
The choir at the Episcopal church has
been practicing for Easter, and there
will be a special musical service at that
church next Sunday.
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Mr. G. R. Frantz, of Jacksonville,
deputy inspector of the Southern
Weighing and Inspection Bureau, was
a visitor to Tallahassee a few days ago.
Mr. T. S. Clarke, one of Jefferson
county's leading legal lights, was here a
few days this week from his home in
Monticello, on a business trip.
Mr. J. R. Thornton, of:Atlanta, rep-
resenting the S. P. Richardson Paper
Company, was here this -week calling
on our. newspaper and stationery men.
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 Wign,. & Bro.
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See Duval Bros'. change of ad in this'
issue of The Tallahasseean. They talk
about perfumeries and toilet articles
this week, and invite the ladies to give
them a call.
A Payne, of Birmingham, Ala., one
of the revenue officers who assisted in
running down the Taylor county moon-
ahiners, has been here this week at-
ending court.
The grand jury for the spring term of
the United States Court was discharged
Wednesday, ,ing in session only a lit-
tle more tha dLays.
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.
Mr. Horton, formerly a painter of
Tallahassee, died Sunday at Iris home
about eight miles northeast of this
city, after a long illness, aged about
68 years. Remains were buried Mon-
day afternoon, Undertaker Duncan hav-
ing charge of the funeral.
Beginning on April 1st, the health
officer will make a house to house can-
vass of the city to see that the premises
are kept in good sanitary condition.
This custom has been in vogue several
years, and for this reason we have one
of the healthiest cities in the South.

Among the guests at the Leon this
week were: W. J. McKeown, of At-
lanta; E. L. Green, of Lake City; R. F.
Hyman, of Lake City: J. C. Deletie, of
Apalachicola; R. K. Shaw, of Quincy;
W. E. Smith, of Marianna, and C. H.
Whitner, of Jacksonville.
Mr. J. M. Wright, connected with the
United States secret service, in tue
counterfeiting department of the South-
ern States, is here this week from At-
lanta, attending the spring term -of the
United States Court.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. White and child,
who have been spending a short time
very pleasantly with her parents, Capt.
and Mrs. E. C. Harbert, in this city, left
Monday for their home at Jackson;
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but never follows .he use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. I, stops the cough,
heals and strengthens the lungs and
affords perfect security from an attack

of pneumonia. I
Sold by Wight & Br

The Auxiliary of
eign Missionary Soc
vice on Sunday eve
W. E. H. Mabry wil
and it is hoped to
Elizatieth Hughes,
some years a missic
Sis en route to the,
Jasper. All are coi
County Commiss

fuse substitutes.

the Woman's For-
ty will hold a ser-
ng, the 30th. Rev.
preach the sermon
yave present Miss
neho has been for
ry in China. She
annual meeting in
ally invited.
ner W. J. Johnson
*ner W. J. Johnson

Mr. T. L. Coe, a prominent farmer
from near Holland, Fla., has been in
the city this week, attending the United
States Court.
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Mrs. R. C. Dunn left Sunday for her
home in Madison, to be gone several
days, or until she recovers from an at-
tack of sickness.
Mr. D. B. Meginniss, Jr., the shoe
man, has been quite sick for several
days,'but was able to be at his store on
Mr. John Eagan, United States attor-
ney for the Northern District of Flor-
ida, is here this week from Pensacola,
looking after Uncle Sam's interests in
the United States Court.

The Best Prescription for Mal. ria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GROvE' TASTE-
LF.SS CHI.. Tosc. It is simply iron and quinine
in a tasteless form. No cure, No pay. Price Soc.
Mr. Valee J. Randolph made a busi-
ness trip to Wacissa this week in the
interest of the Tallahassee Southeastern
+ +
Mrs. N. W. Eppes, of Bradfordville,
and her youngest daughter, Miss Alice
Eppes. were in town yesterday making
Easter purchases.
Farmers should not forget the prizes
offered by The Tallahasseean for the
largest watermelon and cantaloupe left
at this office during the coming season.
Westville is to have a new brick
courthouse. Plans have been drawn
and accepted, and bids for its construc-
tion will be received on April 8th.
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.
Capt. R. A. Shine discarded his crutch
last week for a time. But his knee was
not able to stand the strain, and he had
to fall back on his supports this week.
Mr. T. L. Long, of Mayo, Lafayette
county, has been in the Capital City this
week serving on the grand jury in the
United States court.
Miss Ronx, who has been spending
the past two months with her sister,
Mrs. J. B. Ley, in this city, has returned
to her home in Fernandina.
Miss Stovall, after a pleasant visit of
several weeks with friends in the Cap-
ital City, left Monday for her home in
Jackson, Tenn. During her stay here
Miss Stovall made herself quite popular,
and was the recipient of many pleasing
Hon. John C. Beard, of Pensacola,
spent a couple of days in Tallahassee
this week. Mr. Beard is a candidate for
Congress from the new Third District,
and is making a vigorous campaign for
the place.

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Walker, of
Savannah; Ga., are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. B.B. Wilson this week. Mr.
Walker is connected with the Walker'
Medicine Company, of Savannah.
Mr. B. P. Hampton and Mr. Graham,
of the First National Bank, of Gaines-
ville, were here this week on business
before the Board of Internal Improve-
Invitations have been received in this
city for the grand military ball to be
given at St. Augustine next Thursday
night, in honor of the commander-in-
chief, Governor W. S. Jennings.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Cohen (nee
Miss Etta Dzialynski) arrived in the
city Friday. Mrs. Cohen formerly re-i
sided in Tallahassee, and has a number:
of warm friends here who are pleased to
welcome her back.
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Try an ad in The Tallahasseean, but
remember that the best advertising is
the kind that has business ideas behind
it. You can't expect people to believe
any kind of statement, so you had bet-
ter confine yourself to facts.
More than the usual number of people
have been here this week in attendance:
on the United States Court. There were
witnesses trom all parts of the State,
as well as from up in Georgia.
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UVAL R -PerfumeriesFor air.
a We make a specialty r
of perfumeries, and In our To4e Epartment we t
invite an inspection. giving afttg pionop
Our stock comprises gtvpreparationOF
Small the daintiest per- merit for tut ing and preset"
SL U/r fumes made. e.Uing the hai AlAies will lo well
The Leader in low prices examine o to at an early
examine oand good goodsto at an early at
and good goods. *cL .i:

Shoes to lA ear

If you wish shoes for street

wear, house wear or farm wear,

we will furnish the right pair at

the right price.


Save a Dollar II.

When you buy from us you get
a dollar's worth for every dollar
you splnd. We buy for cash,
ani sell for cash, and don't

ices for

The building season is now on in Tal- have to chare highpr
lahassee. More new houses will go up to "
here this year than for any similar; our oods.
period in twenty years. This is an indi-
cation that the Capital City has taken
on a decidedly healthy growth.

This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Qininel Tables q1 '
the remedy that tres a cold In one day .
SALE-TIwo ,;nd one-half years old. silver
gray color. (';in be r'-gisterdl. Address *
W. E. IIRA\IAIEY, Miceosuiki. Fla. .M7-1m 's |

One Cent a Word.

S EVERAL of the most prominent residences in
the city-on Calhoun and .'linton 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. VW. MCGRIFF.
S-iiypnotisin. Clhairvoyani-e. M-ind i e;Il:i.
Ml:ignetic lliliiing :ind Spirituilisni tatigi;.t
free-. Addre-ss KiITLANI) IIBROS.. i. )4. IM;x
211i. Anmeri us. 4a. + M.'.S-mn
iwll in:ik you l S of tli Itest Style l'lotis.
senot 1wostl:iid. Something new. ('I AKS.
IIANIA.1L ST'l 'K h( 4.. Atlantat. G.;. :tL
F'ot SAI.- Str:nulb 4!ristimill ';ilinist new), on"' li er Th'reshilng Machine.. one set Brtmin
making Machiii;ry: ;!so thoroughbred I'ol-
;ind 'h liin is. :un ire "limless cotton
seed. A. IL. I1A\I F!IhP. lBr;tdfor-dvill-. Fla.
4t. ,
wVANTEIT-P.right men and w-na"i t,.
represent us in each county and tow-i in this
State. (odi i pay and steady employment
to right parties. Southern l'nlulshing Co.,
Room 215. West Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.
Meh. 1-4t
WANTED-AT once, traveling salesmen: cex-
perience not absolutely necessary; $-S) and ex-
Penicks. Va.


Mr. Samuel Puleston is here this week [ About Rubber?
from Monticello, attending United
States Court. Mr. Puleston was form- Very few people do. We believe we
early United States marshal for the can be classed among the few. Let

Northern District of Florida. us prove to you
S+ + aboutrgoodS rubb
E. W. Weaver, secretary and advance about gs.o rbi
agent of the Cincinnati Carnival Comn- Bgs, Synnges,
pany, was in the city this week, making etc., are concert
arrangements for holding a week's car- rubber goods h.
nival in Apalachicola. He has secured selected. It is
excursion rates on the railroad and give entire satisfy
how hard it is to keep the children cov- REXA
ered up at night. They will kick the
quilts off and take cold. Do not give A P a
them medicines containing opium. Al-
len's Lung Balsam, free from narcotic
drugs, is never more useful than when When you co
it rids the children of cold and saves facts about th<
the mother's anxiety. It makes a friend s n
of everyone who uses it. simple and sure
+ + pains of any kin
Col. F. L. Robertson, of Brooksville, Plastcr. The m
who is employed at the State Capitol, Plaster is REX
left Tuesday for Pensacola to attend the will know it.
annual meeting of the Florida Press ,- x &
Association. Cox 0&
4 + 4 .DRUG
Mr. C. H. Parlin, a leading business
man of Carrabelle, was a visitor to the
Capital City Wednesday. Mr. Parlin is
secretary and treasurer of the Franklin i ne, Jw
County Lumber Company. V 11 H
Last Saturday night a drunken negro --
attempted to cut another negro on Mon- -
roe street, near the capitol. The police- ;
man had a hot chase after the man, who
escaped, but was arrested at ais home
Sunday morning. He was fined $5 by
the Mayor Monday morning.

Join E. Spencer, State Deputy Grand 2/ /
Master for the Improved Order of Odd
Fellows, has recently organized here a '
lodge of thirty members. The national
headquarters of this order are in Cin-
cinnati, Ohio. The local lodge, No. 26,
Pride of Tallahassee, of which E. H.
Moseley is Noble Grand, and George
Banks, P. S., meets every Thursday .
night at the hall on Jefferson street. It
is composed of some of the best colored
citizens of the Capital City.

OLD AGE. Ready -on
Old age as it comes in the orderly We fill orders
process of Nature is a beautiful and ma- complete equipi
jestic thing. The very shadow of eclipse perience no del
which, threatens it, makes it the more kind of outfit de
prized. It stands for experience, knowl-
edge, wisdom and counsel. That is old *
age as it should be. But old age as it so | V
often is means nothing but a second V L
childhood of mind and body. What
makes the difference? Very largely the Is as perfect as
care of the stomach. In youth and the can make it Bu
fnll atrensrth of manhood it doesn't ing outfits for s

that we know all
er, so far as Water
Nipples, Combs,
ned. Our line of
as been carefully
of the kind that
action at all times.


me right down to
e only time-tried,
cure for aches and
d is a good Porous
lost reliable Porous
. Try it, and you


Ma me t!

Short NoticE
promptly. Have a
ment Patrons ex-
lay in getting the
sired. Our .



care and attention
business men requir-
pecial trips will do

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.

caw'y a
1 *
lil of
Sa dies

Sla ness,
an( are
h d-
qua ters


Hardware, Stdves
H.atern, ang-e, and all kinds
of Cooking Utensils. Get a i'il-
son Heater for your bath rm,
By its u-e you a.e made con or-
table, and the dlungur from.k-
ness entirely remove "

,I -,

F. C. Corsets
m a K e

We have
them in all
styles and
shapes to fit
every figure,
and every
corset is sold
under this
most liberal
'W arrant-
"Money re-
funded after
four wqehs*

trial if corset i-
not satisfactory

Look for this


Foot Pow
Crush R
for the





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Men' 4 thing

There are no t fnts aboit
the Suits we se. y fit wll
and look wellWe d ost iitt,..
If you wish a -Ace-pr i,) r
summer suit, c lSon;s.
------aA ^ ---

ders Toothre
Hair Res- as
Bay Rum, r
.ose Cream, The Lea low prices
complexion. and goodCjo4S S .

Garden Sd!

Pure Drij.



nes, .
?t Articles, 't
Rubber Goods, A
Surgical Dressing. 1
-Garden Seed. I

S& Stu ,
Successors to the
Tallahassee Drug Co- A

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Tallahassee Drug Co.A

Wight & BrcA

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the hall
We off
most d

the oys
The oy


best thing on earth is an
Supper at Gregory's Res- :
t. If you want the best of ,
raw, stewed, fried, or on 0 .
f she-1, let us serve you. ',
er the selected from the *. A
desirable fields. We watch ,
sters and watch our stock. i
'sters are always fresh and A

'e City Res
,H. L. GREGORY, p.



We are strict it,"
And what we want is to have you join the-d ve your share ofe M
benefltst that accrue from constant dealing with us.Ae h 3ot believe in Ons

always blowing.. one's Iglehars t'S evryS a e
own horn, for it is said Aw ans id h[_ 0.. -*
thti self praise Is half Wr C c r I es
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