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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: April 11, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 23, no. 47 (Jan. 13, 1905).
General Note: Publisher: John C. Trice, <1900>-1905.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 11, no. 14 (June 13, 1891).
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hlE TAWBLINIZED 1881.
JOHN C. TRICE, Publisher and Proprietor.1


TALLAHASSEE. FLOI IDAk FRIDAY, APRIL II, 1902.


VO(L) XII. NO. 7


ILL RU c"ia'ly advised for all obstinate case
IL RUN that have reached the second or third
Stage. Druggists. $1. To -prove it cures,
;sample Blood Balm sent free and pre-
paid by writing Blood Balm Co., At-
uncement is Ilanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free
UClCUl b medical advice sent in sealed letter.
a' DELEGATES ELECTED.


FAVORABLE


Leon County People are Enthusiastic
Will be Solid.


flu;. '. T. .Mye:s returned Tuesday
aft, i, 'n, fi'mn West Florida, where
he h:.'i ii 1>o!.:ing over the polit-
ical sI niii'. :'inud soon afterwards was
se'i j\ : '! I;ll;ah:lsseean reporter. He
said 1hal ihi !a looked very favoribhile
to his c:i'.di:cv iithat direction and
the proi'0'ilities were that he would
enter t"lhe r'c,.
L.i''r i'r. a,s fi'rrm the other end of
the d(istr'i< weri' ailso favorable, in fact,
the iiinri:a'ion fromn many sections
showed m;, 'hi more Myers enthusiasm
than w. !s li\okl.d for. Later the posi-
tive aimiirntr-niopnt was made that he
would riiu 'I h,'" news spread over the
city in :i very short time. and from
soni' of ih' wnost unexpe'lted sources
came \volU!I:lIry olTpors of support.
This shlio\s one t thing to a dead moral
c'rta iniiy. vzi- tlhat- his home county
will I!,. p!: "asserti':in. 1 o the contrary notwith-
standing. '!ie information we have
from other s-ictions is vry encourag-
ing also.
Yesterday Mr. Myers furnished The
Tallahassi'an with his formal an-
noiunini'llnlt. It appears elsewhere on
this page.
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE.

What They Are Doing at This Institu-
tion of Learning.
The college has a larger enrollment
now than ever before in its history, the
attendance being about 250. The chapel
is literall. "packed like sardines in a
box" every morning. Nine teachers are
employed now and all have their hands
full.


With such a large attendance the in-
structors have to keep their eyes open
to prevent some of the boys from play-
ing truant. These boys, who generally
pay more attention to play than to
study (or they would did not the teach-
ers watch them too closely) resort to
many schemes in order to absent them-
selves from their studies. Frequently
they take violently sick early in the
morning and are almost at death's door
until about 9 o'clock, when their re-
covery is as rapid as the attack was
sudden. Then they get their guns and
are off to the woods, remaining until
dark.
Last Friday night Rev. J. T. Betts, of
Jacksonville, gave an entertainment in
the college chapel. Mr. Betts gave
stereopticon views of scenes photo-
graph,'l by himself while on a trip
aroun,l the world. His ongs were il-
lustrated with Biblical scenes. Among,
the pictures was a birds-eye view of
Jerusalem.
The Anaxagorean Literary Society
held its regular meeting Friday night.
She moinst interesting feature of the
evening was the farce trial. A number
of visitors were present. Julius Evans
was on trial for the murder of Hiram
Swilly. on the night of February 8th,
1902. .uNdge Clyde Evans was on the
]bnclh. Sxam. Sanborn was attorney for
the tloefnce, while Julius Howard.look-
ed after the prosecution. Six witnesses
testified, the preponderance of the evi-
dence l-itdiing to show the innocence of
the difendan't. The jury was out but a
short time when it returned a verdict
of "not guilty."
Orators were selected for tb com-
menc(ement debate. The quest a for
that occasion is, "Resolved, That Uni-
versal Free Trade will be Beneficial to
all Nations." The affirmative will be
championed by Burton Belcher and
Rodorick Holliday, while Guyte Mc-
Cord and David Cook will represent
the negative.
The Olympian Athletic Club met at
3:0 Wednesd ay afternoon. After short
discussion; the constitution and by-
laws were adpoted. The club is grow-
ing at a very satisfactory rate and the
following members were admitted:
Miss Brooks, Miss Carrie Harvey,
Miss Morgan and Miss Eva Campbell.
The following officers were elected:
President, Ben Meginniss; vice-presi-
dent, Mr. Stonner; secretary, Ir-
ving Belcher; treasurer, Miss Eunice
Rawls; sergeant-at-arms, Robert Brad-
ford.


CURES BLOOD POISON, CANCER,
ULCERS, ECZEMA, CARBUNCLES,
ETC. MEDICINE FREE.
Robert Ward, Maxey's, Ga., says: "I
suffered from blood poison, my head,
face and shoulders were one mass of


Headquarters Camp T. B. Lamar, No.
161, U. C. V.'s, Tallahassee. Fla.,
April t9h, 1902.
At a meeting of Camp Lamar held
this day for the purpose of electing del-
egates to represent the camp at the
Dallas, Texas, Reunion, a quorum be-
ing present, the Camp was called to or-
dler and the object of the meeting ex-
plained Thereupon, on motion of Com-
rade W. D. Bloxham, Comrades David
Lang and Raymond Cay were unani-
mously elected as delegates of Camp
T. B. Lamar, No. 161, to the Dallas Re-
union of IUnited Confedtrate Veterans
on the 22d, 2:3d and 24.th of April. 1902,
find, on motion of Comrade T. H. Ran-
dolph, Comrades John P. Roberts and
George G. Gibbs were elected as alter-
nates. On motion of Comrade C. W.
Bannerman, Comrades Geo. P. Ranev
aind Thomas Costa were elected as del-
egates to represent this Camp at the
Florida Reunion U. C. V.'s at Tampa in
October next. The meeting then ad-
journed subject to call.
R. A. WHITFELD,
Commander.
C. W. IIANNERMAN,
Acting Adjutant.


SAVED MANY A TIME.
Don't neglect coughs and colds even
if it is spring. Such cases often result
seriously at this eason just because peo-
ple are careless. A (lose of One Minute
Cough Cure will remove all danger.
Absolutely safe. Acts at once. Sure
cure for coughs, colds, croup. grip.
bronchitis, and other throat and lung
troubles. "I have used One Minute
Cough Cure several years." says Post-
master C. 0. Dawson. Barr, Ill. "It is
the very best cougn medicine on the
market. It has saved me many a severe
spell of sickness and I warmly recom-
mend it." The children's favorite.

JURORS FOR SPRING TERM.


The spring term of the Leon Superior
Court wil convene in this city on May
12th, with Judge J. W. Malone on the
bench and Attorney G. W. Walker to
look after the State's interests.
The indications are that there will
not be a great amount of business to
handle, and a large part of the time
will be taken up in disposing of cases
that have been on the docket for some
time.
The following names have been
drawn to serve as jurors. Of the list,
Mr. R. B. Bull is dead, A. R. Eastman
and Mr. W. C. Richardson have moved.
out of the county:
T. G. Rawls, W. E. Gray, Isidor Mar-
cus, James R. Harvey, C. G. Myers, J.
W. O'Neal, T. P. Strickland, David
Chaires, W. L. Richards, Joseph Dum-
can, G. B. Curry, Geo. Miller, E. I.
Johnson, R. B. Bull, W. H. Powell, W.
J. Freeman. A. R. Eastman, James Hol-
land, C. Algero, W. S. Ward, W. A.
Papy, .J. D. Stoutamire, W. 0. Ames,
W. B. Joyner, N. M. Bowen. J. R. Bral-
ley, W. C. Richardson, J. D. Richards,
J. F. Allen and C. T. Cogswell.

DID YOU KNOW THIS?
Do you know that a neglected cough
or cold leads to consumption? More
people die from the effects of catching
cold than from any other known cause.
There is one remedy, and remember it
only costs 25 cents, that has proven a
safe, unfailing, cure for coughs and
colds. It is called Gooch's Mexican
Syrup. Your druggist has it or will get
it for you. It heals and strengthens the
lungs and breathing passages when
nothing else you take seems to do you
good; you had better get a bottle today
and read the tesimonials on the wrap-
per.


CAPTURING MOONSHINERS.
Deputy United States Marshal Forbes
made a raid on moonshiners in the
northern part of Leon county, and
captured two pot stills, of about five
and ten gallon capacity. The larger
still was found on the premises of W.
H. Wilson, white, and contained about
two-thirds of a barrel of sour mash.
The smaller still was found two and
one-half miles away, on the premises
of John Cromartie, colored, and also
had a quantity of sour mash on hands.
The apparatus was brought to town
and the men taken before Commission-
er Hodges, who bound them over to the
United States District Court in the
sum of $100 each. Both gave bond.
Wednesday Mr. Forbes went down to
Gadsden county, where he located and
-captured a small still belonging to
Jesse Butler, colored. He brought But-
ler to Tallahassee' and arraigned him
before Commissioner Hodges Thursday
morning.
COUPON CONTEST.
Up to going to press the standing of
the candidates was as follows:
Miss Octavia Lavender ...........1161
Miss Pearl McCord .............. 1014
o, Tm Basie Chandler ............ 220


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voters of the Third Congressional District:


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Having been urged by a number of citizens of the Third District to
become a candidate for the Congressional nomination, I have consented
to do so, and take this method of announcing it to the public.
For the first time the nomination for this important office will be
made by direct vote of the individual members of the party. This
method of nominating was adopted by the last convention in recognition
of a very strong demand on the part of the rank and file of the party,
based upon a belief that nominations in convention were too frequently
the result of combinations between a few skilled in the arts of the politi-
cian. and di-1 not represent the preference of the people.
It was the nurpose of this change'an the system of nominating to
give to the people an opportunity for af -ee exercise of individual choice
in selecting candidates. And, under this system, the fact that I have
taken time to give the matter of becorfing a candidate deliberate con-
sideration will not, in my opinion, miii'ate against me, for, if the judg-
ment of the people( c(an lie forestalledf iv priority of announcement, the
advantage supposed to be possessed by the primary system would be
defeated. I cannot believe that the intelligent class of citizens constitut-
ing the Democratic voters of the district can so lightly regard the office
of Congressman as to permit their decision to be formed without regard
to the merits of the candidates before them at the time of the election;
and i-i announcing my candidacy at this time I do so with full confidence
that it will receive fair and thoughtful consideration jt their hands.
I will not undertake to discuss the policies of the party, and my
attitu.le with reference to them, in this connection. but shall leave that
until after the primary is calleil, when I expectt to appear personally be-
fore the people of the district.


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TO IMPROVE STREETS MESSAGE OF MAYOR
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"I think it is a shame that Tallahas- At the meeting of the city council
see has such aboninable streets," re- last night a message from Mayor (lor-
marked a prominent tax-payer to The
ma;li making some timcly recommenda-
Tallabae";cean Tuesday.
"The' city council should take the tions was read. This is the first time
matter up at the earliest opportunity. a mayor of Tallahassee has seen fit to
and inaugurate a system that will re- send a message to the city council
suit in having every street paved in a recommending improvements. The
few years. We can't pave them all at document, which was handed in at the
once, but we can do it by degrees. meeting in March, is an important one,
"The cost will not be very heavy. and should receive the hearty endorse-
Good limestone can be secured in Wa- nient of every member of the board.
kulla county,. and the only expense will Among other things, the mayor
be for transporting and putting it recommends that sewerage system he
down. I am informed by competent put in: that the city compel property
authorities that the streets can be mac- owners in the business portion to put
aaamized at a .cost of not to exceed down good sidewalks; that the various
$1,600 per mile, or about 30 cents per parks be kept in better condition, and
lineal foot. that the streets be permanetnly re-
"Supopse the city should undertake paired. He also pays a deserved com-
to pave a certain street, and let the pliment to the ladies of the Tallahas-
property owners pay their pro rata see Improvement Association, as we;l
share the work would cost compara- as to the police force. The message in
tively little. For a lot with a 200 feet full follows:
front, its owner would be assessed only To the President and Members of the
$20.00; for 150 feet, $15.00; for 100 feet, City Council of the City of Tallahas-
$10.00. The burden would not be heavy. see:
Any person who owns a lot could well Gentlemen-It is with emotions both
pe whed, nd of pleasure and regret that I make a
afford to pay the amount required .d, 0o.this occasion-pleas-
not feel it. this occasion-pleas-
"In fact, with paved streets, the ure to those of the outgoing members
value of property would be greatly en- who, by tne suffrage of the people have
hanced, and in my humble opinion, the been returned as members of your hon-
work should be started at once. The orable body, and regret to part with
work sooner the be started at once The Mr. H. Randolph, who would not al-
sooner the better. Begin on Monroe low'his name to be used for. re-election
street, and pave or macadamize it fromar with whom we have had such
one end to the other. When this is, with whom we have had such
done, end tak the other streetsrunnings i pleasant association. Mr. Randolph
done tarallel with Monroe and treat them was always regular and punctual at the
parallel with Monroe. Theand treat them Imeetings of the Council, and faithful
to the same runningose. hen start n the, ain the discharge of his duties as coun-
streets running east and west,andilman. In the deliberations of your
don't stop until every one is placed in honorable body his views and opinions
first-class condition. ere sound, practical and always jut.
"The streets of the city are in a bad were soun practical ya always jst.im
shape. They are cut into gullies after As we fawe the ne an responsi-m
every hard rain. and are littered with ressal with the duties an. response of
piles of trash that should be hauled this council. They have nevmbr eeof
off and burned. It seems to be nobody's htistvouncil. They han now. Ti in-
business to keep the streets in repair, heavpr_ or greater than now. Th- in-
btsiness to keep the streets in repair, terests of our growing city dea;:id
hence the newspapers should go to toroughe careful and honest adminis-l
work and try to create'e sentiment in thorough, careful and honest adminis-
favor of street improvement. This is traction from every member of its gov-
the only way that anything can Thise ac- emis rnment, and I congratulate you, gen-
the only way that anything can e a- tlemen. and the city. whose representa-
coplished.ot spend tives you are, upon what I judge is your
money for improving and beautifying appreciation of your responsibilities.
the streets until they are compelled to For the fiscal year ending February
do it. I am just like the balance. I i1, 1892, the number of cases tried were
know the work ought to be done, and 193; number of c cases dismissed, 16;
am willing to do my part when public number of cases in which fines were as-
sentiment forces me to do it. We all sessed, 177; amount of fines assessed,
want to see the city grow and prosper, $632.25; amount of fines y collected.
but we are too slow about *doing $596.75; amount of fines paid by work
on the street, $35.50.
things.-
"Once get the work started, however, The growth and progress of our city
the people will fall in line without is very noticeable in the building of
trouble. Theway to do this is for the new residences and stores; and the
city to take the initiative, and compel spirit manifested by our citizens gen-
the property owners to pay their part. erally to repair and improve their prop-
Then the parks should all be looked erty, the purchase by the city of land
after. They would assist very ma- for a public cemetery and improvement
terially in adding to the attractive- thereof, all show that the city has
ness of the city were they properly awakened from its long sleep, and that
cared for. The parks were laid out for our people are alive to our vast privi-
this purpose and should not be allowed leges and opportunities.
to become eye-sores. The work on our new capitol building
"I am with The Tallahasseean in its is being pushed forward rapidly, and
crusade for street improvements, and when completed will be one of the
hope its efforts to build up Tallahassee handsomest of its kind to be anywhere
will meet with success. found, and one of which not only the
citizens of Tallahassee, bu the people
ATTENTION, MILITARY! of the whole State may well be proud;
All members of the Governor's and with the early completion of two
Guards are ordered to meet at the ar- railroads which will enter our city, the
mory Monday night, April 14th. Busi- outlook for the future is bright, and we
ness of importance. By order of have cause to feel encouraged.
SH. MARKHAM, I refer with pleasure to the good
Lieutenant Commanding. health that has been vouehsnfed to our



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MYERS


The question of municipal action in
regard to this matter is awakening the
attention of all the cities of this coun-
try. With a proper system of sewerage
our city would be made one of the
healthiest in the union. It is a matter
of paramount importance, and the ne-
cessity for action is upon us now. I
hope you will take steps to accomplish
this greatly needed and much desired
result.
A subject that has been much dis-
cussed is the extension of the limits of
the city. The corporate limits should
be extended so as to take in the sub-
urbs of the city, and I also hope that
thiA matter will receive your attention
at an early day.
I cannot permit this occasion to pass
without a word as to our parks. The
ladies always take the initiative in
good works. The improvement made
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THINGS LOOK


Meal, sackk bo $1.80.
Corn, 80 ti i ts per bushel.
Rice, 3% tj 61. cts per pound.
Rough ric3 c.io $1 per bushel.
Oats, 58 toiefc s per bushel.
Hay, 85 t 4l'pt 100.
Bacon, 88,4 l1 cents per pouno
Hams, 8% 2Ients per pound.
Lard, 10%l t0? cents per pound
Syrup, 25 S, cents per gallon-
Honey, stdl!i 0c per gallon.
Egls, 14 t!i cafits ped dozen.


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people during the past year, and their
freedom from all contagious and in-
fectious diseases from which other lo-
calities have greatly suffered.
Credit is dre to the police force, to
the chief for his vigilant and effective
discharge of the duties of his important
office, and to his lieutenants for the
valuable aid rendered by them. In Oc-
tober last I asked for a special police-
man to take up and impound all stock
running at large, and to preserve order
on the outskirts of the city. I am hap-
py to say he has done his duty well, and
that only occasionally can an anitnal
he found running at large; property
owners are now secure from the rav-
ag,'s of stock, and good order prevails
in the suburbs of the city, where before
there was so much disorder.
Undor the management of our effi-
cient Market clerk, I am glad to say
that the market house is kept in good
sanitary condition. No filth is allowed
to remain in the market.and the floor
and stalls are regularly washed and
cleaned.
I would recommend that each stall in
future be provided with a wire screen
to be used in warm weather, so that the
moats may l be kept clean and free from
flies.
It is a matter of regret that at present
we have no organized fire department.
and that the hose cart used under the
present arrangements can render but
little service on account of the delay in
reaching a fire. The recent purchase
by the city of a hose wanon was a wise
move, and I would recommend the pur-
chase of two horses, with suitable har-
ines. and that the horses be drilled and
trained so that when an. alarm is given
there would tie no delay in reaching the
fire. There is nothing to give greater
comfort a;n.l security to the people and
the owners of property than a good,
effective fire depairtnient. I would,
therefore, stiggest that your fire com-
mittee take steps to organize a fire com-
pany (a few good men only are needed)
and that they ib paid as heretofore, for
services rendered at every fire they at-
tir.l.
On this department devolves much
responsibility for the health of the city,
and that cleanliness may.v prevail, nui-
sances be abated, garbage and sewage
removed. I would recommend 'that the
city health officer be required to keep
.M'.. the streets of the city free from
trash of every kind. to see that the or-
dinance is complied with in regard to
trash and garbage being put in barir'f,
or boxes, and placed just outside the
sidewalks, in order that he may remt)ve
the same, and that he be rei'-re I 6ur-
ing the summer months to make week-
ly a house to house inspection and see
that all filth and garbage is removed,
water closets maintained in a sanitary
condition, and kept in perfect repair.
To do this work as it should be done
will require the undivided time of the
health officer, which he could hardly
give for the pay he receives. There-
fore, I recommend that lie receive such
compensation as will enable him to
give his entire time to this work or em-
ploy a competent assistant to aid him
in the discharge of his duty. that it may
he done effectively, as upon this work
depends the health of our city.
There is nothing by which a -city is
judged, both by its own people :inl vis-
itors as by the condition of its stirels
and sidewalks. Our street contractor
has been active and faithful in the dis-
charge "of his duties. and has done
much in the way of keeping the streets
in good condition. The grading and
leveling of Monroe street, from Call
street north, is a great improvement
and adds much to the appearance of
that part of uor city. Yet much re-
mains to be done in nearly every part
of the city. (to which the attention of
the street committee is called) in thr-
grading and piping of streets, the fill-
ing up of ditches and gulleys. etc. I
hope your body will take immediate
action in regard to the sidewalks, and
would recommend that an ordinance
be passed requiring all those owning
property in the business part of the city
to lay sidewalks in front of their prop-
erty, of brick, cement or stone, and
that the street committee, upon whom
that duty now devolves, enforce the or-
dinance requiring property owners,
whether resident upon the property or
not, to improve or repair the sidewalks
in front of their premises, by removing
all roots and obstructions, and leveling
the walks so as to accommodate foot
passengers in a safe and comfortable
manner.


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AH. WVILLIAMS.
t City Treasurer.

Al BENEFIT.
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n May 2d, at :; p- n,
nwt open to all .
.l qi to the best pli;(yr-
y address Miss MNary !
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EXECUTj MEETING
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Held by Cil 6uncil at Its

SessiQl Lit Night


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BRASWELI4 MADE CHIEF


The Other P e cers Were Not
SKted.
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The city co l et in regnil- ..-
sion last nigh ir tV. coiinci! ,.h:tri.. ,

Minutes of wetg of Marl i;!
were read an(mtppli'ed.
The finance ,luinl ttee fail,,e ut ontik:.
report in regd( ito the cemotr-. ;ill-
a recess metn g 'ill be held t!.-x
Wednesday n ht (o settle Ilh t, -,.
tion.
An ordinan6 :wa passed r-i: i*:
the rent of st.ls in the city mnar,
The ommi ees to whil-h \;i ;-
ferred the mi r -of putting in -.
from the gove nitnt building reply :.
that Mr. McD((fgll stated that thi *.
appropriated 1' the city would rti
sufficient to qipke. excavation ai,. !it
uip the ditch. i*tion by ;Ball It. ...
additional app)riantlion of $ li f .
purpose he mnlt. ('Carried.
Councilman &ively report tl,:' ;
fire committee iad Aosed loiiltrI.' ,
fire wagon an-aLppa atius cneilpl l,
that same wo, Ibee ire withiin .;, .:
days. The cqxfld he aio< i'.;.
lie also stata t a horse ', l;i.
be purchased V hs. the wagoI. \Ml
lively said t tU tl* committ, wt,,ui,.
ask for an aprlopf ition of .! .S(i nn
year for fire pir r's.
A message om Le mayor wVis r ;i.
and ordered 4. t will be foui i it
full in anothi Ip of The Tall-. -
seean. t
Monthly relrtsi rom the nimi y-r
chief of police jn,. -ct clerk, tax il-
lector, city tro .au-r and health oflicer
were received, Bo ls of city treasurer
and tax colleor. 000 each, were re-
ceived and ap' rv ..
The mayor' mended the reap-
pointment of air. Laswell as chief of
police, which :as nfirmed. The ap-
pointment of fHcc officers will go over
until next m tfn- The council went
into executiv#sson when the ques-
tion of appoik*7e was brought up-
M. F. Papy w r inted city health
officer and s4ilTta inspector, Josepl
Duncan ceme, rvy per, and Jackson
Gray market efrk
The follow r~g nort was submitted
by the city ti-asu#:
Hon. F. W. orninrong. President ot
the City Coicilx the City of Talla-
hassee. Fla
D)ear Sir-I suit the folloix il-
statement of tr lances:
Cash lalanceda lnd March
1:). 1902 ... $4 ......... :-' t
RIteciv s d sin( ithi late ...... ."

!)is rse .... .

Balance ..... '"
Distributed affl -v-s-
Gleneral funl ... 1.
Market fund ......... .
Spe('ial fund vtit uilnd firel.. .

The $1.6;007 : ,ve received .ui''
March 13. lti, .aie referred i, ,v:
from the foll~vin; sources:
W. D. Wilsom uixj|(llpctor.- .$1.1;'' 7T'
.hackson C(rai niaiet clerk. 7,:: ,;
M. M. lIraswn' .|hf.f of polic-. -2 '"
Joseph Dune ih'il sexton... "*
Interest fro lS e Savings
Bank to A I, 1 .......... "-' I


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JOLLT OLD. UNCLE


Ifs. Oreat Generosity To.
yardss His Newly.Married
Niece.

A Realistic Romance of Tallahssee,
In which a Number of Prominent
isumesrflen Take a Very
Conspicuous Part.


(Copyrighted by W. S. Guthrie.)
"Miss Summers Polly-I-I-I---er
--dare I-" But the speaker took a
leader over bashfulness, only to hear a
sweet-
"Yes, Charley."
"Can I aspire to-er-to- that is-"
Again a lapse .into silence, followed
by an encore ing- -
"Yes, Ch e .
"Oh, if I might only hope to-er-
to-
Another failure in language. It was
seemingly a hopeless case, and might
have been, only for a demure.
"Charley, Iehave said 'yes' twice, and
if you mean it, I mean it, too, and -"
And to this day that young man will
insist that he popper the question.
All this happened away "down east,"
- and it wasn't long before there was a
wedding. Not much longer before there
was a letter from Polly's Uncle Josh.
(Hon. Joshua Turner, an old Pioneer of
Flbrida) rich, generous and level head-
ed, who wrote effusively of his delight
at her exhibition of what he called
"'grit," and he proposed that if the
young people would locate at Tallahas-
see he would start them up in life, as
a wedding gift, having fully explained
that this is the best spot in the world
for young married people to get a good
start. Of course they accepted, and
*were soon bidding their friends adieu.
A few weeks subsequent to the above
o:oneorsation a travel-stained party ar-
rived in Tallahassee. Our friend U-ncle
Josh was in charge and he led the party
straightway to the Hotel Leon. "We'll
g;(; to the Leon," said he. "" 'cause that's
the popular place and strictly first-
class. I have known Mr. Crawfor,1, the
proprietor, for years and he is mine
host after mine own heart; l( ing en-
dlowed with that d'-lightful intiition
that makes a guest f.' fortabhle, colitenled, Vihii i n mighty' good,
lu the apartments are w'il f'i-nis!h. I and
the iiic- wel tht hotel, that hotel is note.
for its exce'.lent t;Ul!h so I) ::;e enr-
gaged rooms here uni:tilI your; own: house
is in readiness. "
"After breakfast is. over," co.plinhld
the old man, "I must t:tke you for a lit-
tle drive and theii we ll. proceed to buy
your outfit. To expedite matters I'll
just call up 'phone No. 38 and have
Kemper's Stables to send us around a
rig." When the handsome carriage,
with elaborate trappings and prancing
horses drew up in front of the hotel
Polly declared it to be a turnout fit for
a queen. "Yes Sir-ee," replied Uncle
Josh, "that is a purty neat rig-the
threr S's, 'Speed, Safety and Style' is
Kemper's coat of arms, and best of all,
the rates are mighty reasonable. The
Kerp.'-r Stables wedding; party and
Mir -,. equipment are unsurpassed.
It vas in a stylish turnout indeed that
the rounds of the city were made.
"No grass shall grow under our feet,"
'remarked Uncle Josh, "so what's first
on the program?"
"Oh, goodness knows, there's lots to
buy," remarked Polly.
"Then suppose we buy 'lots' first,"
quoth Charley without turning a hair.
"Well, I see you've got a great head
bor. business," laughed Uncle Josh, "so
we will just stop at Bernard & Son's
office. I can always depend upon then
lor bargains in real estate, as they
never hold out false lights to induce
people to buy, but what they tell you
about property may be set down as
solid facts. Bernard & Son control a
large list of desirable residences as
well as farm properties, and their judg-
ment on. the 'good things' is par excel-
lence." Accordingly Judge Bernard ac-
companied the trio on their drive and
before returning had sold to Uncle
Josh, for his wards,'a cosy cottage.
_"Having already provided a cage for
the bird," said Uncle Josh," now the


first thing we'll look after will be the
furnishings for it." Hereupon Polly
energetically declared that she had
heard so much about H. D. Hartt that
-she decided to go there. The result
was that they were ushered into such a
bewildering display that the girl was at
first at a loss how to select. But she
soon yielded to the seductiveness of a
magnificent parlor suite,a bed room set
in oak, golden finish, that would do
credit to old Mr. Klondyke himself. To
this she added an easy rocker for Uncle
-.osh, and didn't forget a most conven-
ient and ornamental 1writng desk for
"Hubby" Charles, having come to the
conclusion that H. D. Hartt's prices
-were below the very whisper of com-
petition.
"A pretty good start," said the old
man, "and now we'll go to L. C. Yae-
ger's big hardware and stove store,
-where Polly's housewifely instincts will
bave full play in marvels of kitchen ap-
paratus. There is not An establishment
in the country that carries a more com-





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ed with every possible thing in the line immense assortment of magazines, uncle
of staple and fancy groceries, fresh and periodicals and newspapers, she sub- I kind
first-class, no shelf-worn goods there, scribed for everything in sight. Polly but s
while the prices are down to brass remarked to the generous old uncle, thing-
tacks. To keep peace in this family get instant
all your groceries of T. B. Byrd." know
"Halt!" commanded Uncle Josh, as. quick
the party came in front of Wight & smile
Bro.'s drug store, "Walk right in." visage
"Why, Uncle, we're not sick, and-" tle M
"Guess I know that," laughed the old the pp
man, "but I suspect it won't be long be- i to ap
fore this young man begins to take an is Isa
interest in matters of paregoric and-" antee
"U-n-c-l-e !" "We'll go in anyway and supp(
get acquainted, besides Polly may find little
some toilet articles she wants." Sure don't
enough, before leaving he was loaded 00 in a (
down with combs, brushes, face pow- ,. Claya
ders, and several bottles of fine per-' just t
fumes. "Don't forget," added Uncle "( the oi
Josh, "to come here with your pre- are p
scriptions, as Wight & Bro. and their *. acted
clerks are competent pharmacists, whor Up(
use none but pure and reliable drugss" event
While Uncle Josh was pondering' bly e
where to go next, Polly suddenly asked, I bough
"Uncle, where can I find the leading T he T hief "O1
millinery establishment?" "Just a few T AAe e reflect
doors further on," remarked Uncle J Tr J. 4 r.. Hartt
Josh, "and we will visit Miss Adele ***. oI e utyiy nice
Gerard, who, by the way, has on iand Is Captured by Bradfield's Regulator. when
one of the completes stocks of millin- Thousands of young women are awaking to | est.'
ery to be found in the city. You can get the fact that inherited comliness has: been stolen "W
what yo w there te ls away and insteadof glowingclhe-ks, bri;ht eves surpr
what you want there, the latest styles and smooth brows,thetel-tale wrinkle of .ain surpr
and lowest prices being her motto. Miss havetaken the place of these former h:rm-s. "W
These are the warning feelings!\ t::A, tire -But
Gerard's taste and experience guar- and exhausted in the morning. no life. .Li But
antees that when you have purchased ton to enter upon their former ;.:.-auur.: i t-
nIf bar vrnu ali ohasashn d*hl fu einrnd duall h*i-. ,. i )-. ."


FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1902.


-windows and mouldings. Taylor &
Child are pleasant to deal with, and Wo
don't want all the money a feller's got,
either." When they reached the lum-
ber yard Uncle Josh made investiga-
tions as to the price of materials, and
he found out that Taylor & Child were
selling stuff so mighty reasonable he
concluded tp let tne cottage improve- Kid
.B tihe topoo r moments go, and build a more commo- ma
\3^b^aJelly r a n dious residence, much to the delight of '
old fasoned way. Seal Polly, although it sent glimmering her
tholutely the now, quick, -b first ideas of "love in a cottage."
a thin eostnof are Having come to this generous con-
Rk eed r n 1 clusion about the larger and mere
no taste or odor. IE
air tight and acld palatial house, it occurred to Uncle -
S ooEasily applied. Josh that as they were not going to -
'o about tin hhoulc, build a chicken coop or a barn, it would
F directions with be a wise thing to employ an exper-
each cake. ieiced architect and builder-some one -
s evtywhSere. Madely in whose hands the matter might be urine
STANMID OIL CO. placed with assurance of perfect and reached
,_ .. speedy results. "I have it; I have thi control
-i arkitec' right in my eye," he exclaimed. bed-we
Taylor & (hild are also contractors, the di:
"" ":and are the* very men. They have de- step s
signed and constructed many of the these
principal business blocks and elegant trouble
prehensive stock of cooking machin- residences around this section. I show- kidney
ery," remarked Uncle Josh. "Every ed you that magnificent home of Mr. most
possible piece of kitchen furniture from Cohen's, didn't I? Well, Taylor' & Won
a tin dipper to a cooking range is here Child drew up those plans and executed erable
in all styles and variety." If Polly fails 'cm, and they didn't monkey around a and b
to accomplish wonders in the culinary whole year, either." Taylor & Child The
art, it will not be for want of superior were soon contracted with to furnish Swan
cooking utensils, for she purchased a iumiber and build the house for Polly by drc
Home Liberty range, with all other and Charley; in fact, the whole matter cent
equipment needed in a well regulated of the line residence was turned over to sizes.
kitchen, all of which Uncle Josh paid these popular architects and builders.," samp
fbr with delight 'cause he knew L. C. "And in the maier of insurance, i free, a
Yaeger had treated him all right, just the old gentleman continued, "that is thoua
as he treats everybody." also of importance. You will wan;. a from s
"lt's -ec-I lpiomised you a gold risk on your new house, and tie & Co
watch, didn't I?" queried Uncle Josh of goods: but you can't be t)o ca-eful mi entio
Polly, "and H. N. Sweeting's is the about getting in a reliable agency. My
place to get the worth of our money." (old friend,. V'. A. Demilly, not only has '
HEntering the popular jewelry store the lines of the solidest and best coin'panies "'WVh.y
old man gallantly acquitted himself of but he is an exp'e'ri a:nd( t; ustw-oithy un- Iins.
the prominis and then direct ed Poliy's dI-rwriter. II' h:i:s a l:ige nuiml r o1f i'.i's
attention to the superior stock of sil-a nem ni(- .s, ;all of which lh ioug to ti,' i:':;
verware ('carried lby the house. "'There oli re!i.l)l,' (-aie.,)i-y, being we! kn,), "V,'
is no other such a ho.sc, in towp.," said for their promni)t aind s:uisfact;ory ad- in tih.
lthe old ma;n, "';d I will guarantee the j's;inment of lo.-is It's lietttr to Ite b:r;),
quality to be the very best. Pick out safe ti an -,.'v ;a d 'you'1 l s 'rev l),' e .i (ii
Yv)ur f:amil-y (clock while here," he safi( in WV. A. 1).milly's ag:n.y." An. i ..t:,
,iaddl'.:. "'Sweet iig carries a nagnilil- ('ha:l ley agirceld t") ; Itl it( t) -] iiea r- l 'ci
cent line. Don't forget another iaci," ance latter at his e..'li(st (co'.. ni -i(.e. t
iw onliniue.l,"if -veryoui unfortunatelyy v'.**niln'e. ( i r"
need optical goods. this is the place to '("Oh, s:ay, I'ii."!'.'" cxch;i:imed IPoll,. g ;i'.!(
'Oome to) get your eyes scientifically "'v/here can I go '."r i'ry g:)lds? .''hi. s 't'
test ed and fitted free, ami say. my boy, .-'es is hirdl si, l,'-, n'- ;:t (;I r ,." ;. st'
r'cniemher that Sweeir.ng is also an ex- "Well, my zgrl, if you want to su t't '.'.
i,.'rt doctor0 on sick wat-t'hes.'" filon m one ol 1ho most popiilart est:ih- pillar
At this point, soniewhlut to the con- lislhmients in the (ity, I will direct you pleas!
;'i n of (Chlll vy. the ni. in i ndulg"d to levy lmro .. v,'h') (en;i'y a stoci!; of dry ti6:- it
in a half s,-riou's (ritii'vism of his i)( r- ;)o(ds that for va10iety and real value box a
5s')lal apl ai(;e 'n.(-n "Y ;ai're d cidedl is seldom se"t', outside tht' lar:-gst mett- ht ,
oif style for a towrPsmm;;,." s-aid he, "'.mi *'ro)olitan cities. Levy ;-'Tros. have al!l day p
wv.'d better go see it. 1;. M;'zinniss, .Jr.. the latest weaves in fashio;nable l d-ss '. N
ao I.it some neV (u11(S. !'!ha-'s an u1)- goods and you are sure to be guided Josh?
io-dai ( pluii.e,. wh-.,e i;t:,y id,1-rsita (id : ght in yom. sr-el '-cions. Yo;- will lin'' !:her y
.'me l: ..P';ging s ,, -l's :a2(1 Pre noted for i.vy I'v :os. ,ileas;nt to deal with and fo'r i
good 'its, and l h 1 you'll look more *!lc(ir eimlJoyes polite and e;:;ert,. while shan '
like a i ew.vly ma:iri" -,0 r::. when you gel tmhe prices cannot 1 dap;licatrd." It citliY;
i,)wai'i out in a r ':' .ait from Mr. Me- -did not take Polly long to tell a bar- that.
innisa'." Accordil.gly. having i'ouncl gain when she saw one. She got a put i;
gopds and prices, irn':sistible, Charles n:and.:ome dress, with all necessary celaln
!pic'hased a neat suit and then invested trimmings, and several other articles fixin's
in a complete outfit of men's furnish- of "fantastic disarray" so dear to the mene
wings from a late style hat down to sox, heart of every woman. closely
and he readily agme:d that Uncle Josh "Oh. me! Oh, my!" ejaculated Polly again:
took h;.n to the right place when he as she noticed the shoe department. can a
took him to D. B. Meginniss, Jr." "What a perfectly lovely slipper." when
"Well, scat my!" exclaimed Uncle "Yes," said Uncle Josh, "Levy Bros.' & Co:
Josh, with a David Harum aceent, as stock can't be equalled in style and ex- The a
they reached the street, "I must run tent in this section. Go in, look it over tract,
over to the Capital City Bank and get and get acquainted. Pick out what they
another check book. Come along with you want and I'll foot. the bill." It for th
me and get acquainted with the staff, might have been policy not to have ex "Ye
for of course you will do business with tended that invitation, had not Uncle topic
them and it is always more pleasant to. Josh known what wise economy it is to cle Jo
ue personally acquainted with the pea- trade at Levy Bros, for Polly found It goe
pie you do.business with. This bank is goods and prices so seductive that she the m
as solid as the base of the universe, is purchased an outfit from a pretty slip- ket w
managed on safe conservativeness, and per to a handsome walking boot. And some
has a strong working capital. You will Charley invested in a gent's fine suit, and a
find them ever ready to extend any ac- while Uncle Josh indulged in a stout ginni,
commodations compatiume with busi- boot, with rubbers for the crowd. No This
ness principles." an needing, dry goods, clothing or city
"Guess I'll open an acocunt with the footwear can resist the styles and who i
Capital City right away," replied the prices offered by Levy Bros. reaso:
young husband, and he did. "Yes, and I must have some station- ginni,
After this visit, Uncle Josh suggested ery, Uncle Josh," quoth Polly, "and-" of sto
a resort to some place of refreshment "Yes, and a Bible with a reasonably big keeps
At the refreshment table the old man family register," interrupted the old keep
waxed philosophical. "Never neglect man, "so we'll go to J. F. Hill's book trade
your larder," he said. "That important store. You'll find many articles indis- time.'
adjunct to housekeeping controls mas- pensible for the parlor as well as the Wh
culine temper. To that end you must library there, and as for variety, J. F. "that
patronize a grocer on whom you can Hill has an unequalled stock." So here down
depend for honest goods. Through a Polly's purchases included miscellan- Uncle
long term of years I have found T. B. cous books, fancy stationery, all the was
Byrd perfectly reliable. You will find latest agonies, bric-a-brac of all man- Charl
him a careful man, always fully stock- ner for the center table, and finding an tions,


cn this caper.

. i do:'t know wheln Ito q(it ibuy-
lv.'''Vrytiii Ig 1 iind li-ie ait .I. i'.
z.;,i I 1'%ri I.-. liVy I I Ot:('..y and is so
Ii., .; nt ;'i linm ': '"hi: sv .ci (e
rl:;.!i:" *f ,' .' i i(; ;,',d i )!yo l t tl ha
T!,,ls ,'.i');. tl"t worst snipell
Sv--C ,'f.- '- in ( ,c).'i! wi' h "i m:y ol-
,. i, ,ihi:.a im u:n'rk' '!
>.' s '. co,) in Ih-:'- v.iiiii mime ;.;id
.'-' i mm; n;.( by tin -l Pl-'vcdoiO
i .- ny :m 10 ;m:i .i( 'l l;i- ve a
t ,;,';.a ym ok Tit', i'v ;,cli' Fy IO kW is]
V i; i- I !kii.< "o- l)' tl 1
;.; 1d -: '<";in l ,ti C 'l 1*'( ,lo
i" n('; ia;r ".'- '<*fi'La-- rs g:iF w more |( -;;;i-
,v, ;'y d;,:.." 'lhit,-y "/as yo w ,]li
id \v;t! the .i,.. I'n' e .J ""
I hinmi i;n Ii;hat l i' iug, lilt a : thile|
nd advi,-!d his wii':- to ilen in'mwr
r;t: .i v.-,. : -h g11 his xt it- iit -
resent.
w'.. ilw)',-" !t;')m Ilh iii!)i'. 'l n;'
inquired I'olly. "'Yom rlinwm-
(I sai d yoV w\uld s> S)iolml)bodiy
":i." .".Jes so. j;,; so: :and \'.
i V(' ;!ny iotrh ;: r i th!e wV'ork!
. I';ll talk ) \WiliS & (Costa aI)out
\VW-vre gotn to have waitr pipes
.n, a hot v.a.te" hlwater a;nd a p.'or-
bath il. ), h' sides some sanitary
s, and Willis & Costa aie the very
to do tlhe work. They observe
y all the hygieinic laws guarding
st dangers from sewer gases. You
always feel safe about the house
practical men, as I know Willis
sta to be, have done the work."
aforesaid plumbers got the con-
did just what Uncle Josh said
would do, and won Polly's praise
Leir excellent workmanship.
es, and there is the important
of gastronomies," continued Un-
osh; "we must not forget meat.
es hand in hand with bread. Now
ext thing to locate is a good mar-
where you can get fresh whole-
meats, poultry. etc., at all times,
according to my notion J. T. Me-
ss is the only man to supply you.
is the boss meat market in the
and is popular with everybody
s particular to have the best. The
n for this is all because Mr. Me-
ss is very careful in the selection
ck, get the best of everything and
it fresh on cold storage. To
'hubby' in a good humor, Polly,
at J. T. Meginniss' market every
" Good advice.
en the trio reached their home
tired feeling" seemed to settle
upon them all-all at once-an:i
e Josh admitted that he for one
about "tucked out," whereupon
ey took advantage of the condi-
and made bold to remark: "Now,
, you've been very, very kind, and
ler hate to speak of anything else,
ay, can't you recommend some-
-ahem!-a little wine, or rye, for
nce, for medical purposes, you
?" Why, certainly, my boy,"
ly replied Uncle Josh, a bright
chasing itself over his benevolent
e, "a case of good port and a lit-
onroe & Jefferson will be about
roper caper, and the proper person
ply to for such extras in this town
dor Marcus. I'll personally guar-
e anything that comes from him.
ose you go down and bring up a
'good cheer' right away. And say,
forget to tell Mr. Marcus to put
case of Pabst beer and some Sam
and Puritan rye; and say, my boy,
ake a look around the place; it's
nly place in the town where there
private wine rooms." And Charley
on the order at once.
n summing up the wonderful
s of the day Polly began to volu-
xpress her thanks. "You have
it us everything," she exclaimed.
ily one thing," replied Uncle Josh,
tively, "but I can remedy that
, the furniture man, always has a
line of them and you can get one
ver you want it; I'll pay for the
-h-y," exclaimed Polly with great
ise, "Uncle Josh, what can it be?"
ell, it's a baby carriage, and-"
SPolly had faihted.


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The Red FrontI rocery
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men as Well as Men
re Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.

pey trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
ges and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
Sdisappear when the kid-
neys are out of order
Sor diseased.
Kidney trouble has'
become so prevalent
-that it is not uncommon
S for a child to be born
\ ;\ afflicted with weak kid-
-- neys. Ifthe child urin-
S -=-:- ates too often, if the
scalds the flesh or if, when the chid
is an age when it should be able to
i the passage, it is yet afflicted with
getting, depend upon it. the cause of
fficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
should be towards the treatment of
important organs. This unpleasant
e is due to a diseased condition of the
ys and bladder and not to a habit as
people suppose.
men as well as men are made mis-
with kidney and bladder trouble,
both need the same great remedy.
mild and the immediate effect of
p=-Root is soon realized. It is sold
uggists, in fifty- 7
and one dollar -;
You may have a
e bottle by mail
ilo pamphlet tell- nomo or swaunp-oot.
1 about it, including many of the
nds of tesimonial l-.tters received
ufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
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TRE. W MISLY T TALTAIl ARRANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1908.


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AFFAIRS AT CHAIRS.
Chaires, April 8.-We enjoyed a
spiritual feast out here Saturday and
Sunday. This consisted of a series of
sermons by the scholarly Baptist di-
vine of Madison, Rev. Mr. Crockett.
He seems so thoroughly "imbued with
the power from on high" that he holds
his audiences spellbound as he tells in
simple but beautiful wordbf the story of
the cross. The large edifice was almost
filled Sunday morning by a congrega-
tion that listened in rapt attention to
Mr.Crockett's discourse on character,
his text being the latter clause of the
3d verse of the 12th chapter of St John.
He held up a lofty standard, beautified,
ennobled and made perfect by the grace
of God.
Mr. Crockett's theme Sunday night
was "-Missions," from Romans 10:14,15.
The arguments he used in favor of for-
eign missions seemed strong enough


Siheumatism Cannot be Cured.


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


Loc;1l applicationsn s of oils or lini-
nnents i'-r e' curd- a genuine case of
Rheunm:lt rin and never will; because
RhlewitisMn is a blood disease and
must ie rladi(ated by a constitutional
treatnwnt. To Dr. A. B. Clark, the
cclejlbratd .specialist, more than to any
other living physician, is the honor due
of having di.rovered as the result of
many yea'.rs of study and research, an
absoaldii sPlcifiic for the most aggra-
vated form of Rheumatism, whether
Aceut:. Chronic. Muscular, Sciatic or In-
flammato-ry. Rheumatic Gout, Neural-
gia or !,uimbago. This remedy is con-
sid(r'ed one of the greatest advances
in medical ~eie'nce in recent years, and
it will le -gratifying to Rheumatics to
know that there is now obtainable a
remedy lihat clires after all else has
failed. i):'. ('lark's Rheuimatic Remedy
is no"' fI)." th- first time purchasable
through his sole agents, the Clark


Medical Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. A
complete treatment will be mailed,
postage paid, on receipt of One dollar,
and so confident is the doctor that his
remedy will\ do everything that he
claims it will do-a confidence born
of experience, observation, and results
of years of demonstration in cases con-
sidered incurable that the company will
refund the price paid in every case
where Dr. Clark's Rheumatic Remedy
fails to give the desired relief. Or-
diniarily cases cured in a few days;
chronic cases require longer but in
every instance a permanent cure is
absolutely guaranteed. Medical ad-
vice, and where necessary, a special
course of treatment indicated, furnished
any of our readers who will write the
Clark Medical Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., giv-
ing their symptoms and a short history
of the disease. As this service is free
no one afflicted with Rheumatism can!
afford to ignore such a generous offer.


^ Decorations that Decorate a
0' Wall Papers that have a real art qual-
ity. They are the products of men who
V study artistic effects and are made to
sell at reasonable prices.


SBring

Vthe



S -Picture /

3 When you want to
choose a frame, or let us
send for it. My frames
Share works of art.


Fine F rniture L

I have everything required to furnish
the home, and my prices are 'way down.



H. D. ARTT,|
I TALLAH SSEE, FLA.






0 There is Nothin in this Grocery <
0 That will not pa's the most rigid in- <'
-' sectionn by any .pure food expert." If "
is isn't right, I do4't sell it, you know.


SThis Week* As Usual,
0 I have some specials. and these specials
are mighty good things for the house
y keepers of Tallahtssee. I can save you 'C
money.


| J. W. C
I still offer bargains, in Shoes, Dry
Goods and Clothijig.

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OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY
(SAVAlNNAH LINE.)
Fast Freight and Luxurious. Passenger Route to New York, Boston and
.,, ?East.


the

the


Sorofula


announces to the ladies of Tallahassee
and vicinity that he has just returned
from New York and other Eastern
markets, where he has purchased a
very large and well selected stock of
Dry Goods and Mililnery, a full line of
Silks, Dress Goods, 'Trimmings, Laces,
Embroideries, Notions and Fancy
Goods, also a complete stock of Ladies'
Rteady-to-Wear Garments, consisting
of thin Dresses, Shirt Waists, Dress
Skirts, Walking Skirts, and everything
in Ladies' Musun, Cambric 'and Nain-
sook Underwear, with prices ranging
from one to six dollars per garment.
They are made of the best materials
and in the very latest styles and are
perfectly exquisite creations. My stock
of Millinery is simply grand and will
have to be seen to be appreciated. It
has been most carefully selected by an
expert milliner and from one of the
largest millinery houses in the United
States with a world-wide reputation
for the very height of style and fash-
ion. I also have for the spring season
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-
tiful beyond description. I have also
secured the services of a French dress
maker, with a competent corps of as-
sistants, and will on and after March
15th conduct a strictly UPATO-DATE
Dress Making Department in connec-
tion with my business.
A Grand Millinery Opening and Dress


to convince 'the most skeptical.
,The members of both our churches
here hope Mr. Crockett will visit us
again, feeling sure that each visit will
be an added benediction to our village.
-Miss Annie Chaires is spending this
week, with Tallahassee relatives and
friends.
Mrs. E. L. Burdine, of St. Augustine,
accompanied by her two little daugh-.
ters, Laura Belle and Frances, passed
through Chaires last week en route to
Centerville. She is on a visit to her
father, Judge Conner.
County Commissioner William John-
son, of Centerville, was in our burg
last week.
Miss Loula Smith left last week for a
visit to her brother at Boston, Ga.
Mr. Bob Ferrell left last week for his
home near Woodville, after visiting
friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hancock came out


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THE OFFSPRING
OF HEREDITARY
BLOOD TAINT.
Scrofula is but a modi'ned form of Blood
Poison and Consumption. The parent
who is tainted by c.ther will see in the
child the same disease
manifesting itse f in
the form of swollen 9'
glands of the neck and "
throat, catarrh, weak .
eyes, offensive sores: e
and abscesses and of- 2. :,1 -
tentimes white swell- -, '
ing-sure signs of"
Scrofula. There may /7- I
be no external sinsfr (. .-
along time, fortune di se devdelops slowly
in some cases, but the nolson is in the
blood and will break out at the first favor-
able opportunity. S. S. S. cures this wast-
.-
ing, destructive disease by first pui ifyvin
and building up th- blood and stimulatin-
and invigorating the whole system.
J. M. Sr nl<, ii.^Piul'!c.;Suare. N-hiv'lleTenn.,
says : "Tell y: s : my (daue.lter lell and cnt
her forchea.l. F:rt, this wotii. 1 : c ).'!: i-d'~ (':'
the side f her f ae l e ;:ne sw .;: n;: i _in
Sne )of the 1e t doc, rs here :.ni els..-w:re'
attended her without ainvy bc W (!t. We ,', cided
to try S. S. S., and a f-w boLtlcs cured her ea.
tirely."
m akes new and pure
Slool to no':rish and
strei-ithicn the lxx.v,
a:,l is a positive and
safe cure for Scrofula.
It overcomes all forms of blood poison,
whether inherited or acquired. and no1
remedy so thoroiughlv and effectively
cleanses the blood. If you iave anyI
blood trouble, or your child has inherited
some blood taint, take S. S. S, aAd get
the blood in good condition i am prevent
the disease doing furt':er ani.-i.
Send for our free Lbok and write or:v
physicians about your care. We make no
charge whatever for mied:cal ad '.i-.
THE _WIFT S:'2 G171C CO.. ATL:AiA. GA.

from Tallahaspe Sundiay to attend i-
vine srrvi'(-s.. ''hey bl)o ghii .t their lit-
tle granddaulighter, l Falni- 's.
i .( k v.'itih tUlf 2:. i' ,:,- l ; v i.in '
M is s C o n ,r T :- H w : :-: co y:-n.
Mr. ;:n! 1's. i i'gE ish we,' .' aitre .l-

tery, were also here.
-i,;i!^ iK'.Ore the con,!usion of the
services Sunday Prof. H. f \Voodh.ry
'"a.s .,Siz .1 with a hard chill. H"' has
be1:n c.,.nfinod -to his ri:.)im ever si-ce
and- is unable to teach.
Mrs. l)avis and children, of Jackson-
ville, are on a visit to Mrs. Davis' sis-
t.r. Mrs. Masons.
Miss Bertie Davis is taking the nor-
nial course at the State College in Tal-
lahassee.
One of our prominent citizens whose
name we are tempted to say is Mr. E. C.
Smith, got another man's hat in church
aiter services Sunday evening. As the
one he got was mne better one he says
he is not very diligent in the search
of the unfortunate man.
Mr. Bannerman, the surveyor, spent
last night at Mr. E. C. Smith's.
In appearance, yesterday was cer-
tainly a March day. In the afternoon a
very hard shower of rain fell, and the
weather today feels as if .Easter had
not yet come.
The debilitating spring weather is
upon us and our feelings are not in ac-
cord with the beauties of nature that
suPround us.

IAMONIA LOCALS.
lamonia, April 8.-Mr. Curtis Han-
cock visited his mother, Mrs. Frances
Hancock, who lives in Thomasville,
last Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. Watkins and wife, of Metcalfe,
visited Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sessions last
Saturday and Sunday. They paid Dog-
wood a call as they returned home.
Miss Emma Hall, of Susina, is visit-
ing Mrs. Dr. Robertson.
Mr. Paul Dickey visited his father
and attended church at Bethpage last
Sunday. Paul is looking well. Thom-
2sville air and fare must agree with
him.
Mr. ard Mis. Henry Quarterman vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Dickey and at-
"-nded church at Bethpage last Sun-
day.
A colored girl aged fourteen years
died last week on the plantation of
Mr. T. P. Strickland.

ANNOUNCEMENT.
W. R. Thurston, of Madison, Fla.,


A. S. IJE.RIY.
WILLIAM i. MFOIlD,
1>. 'TII' 13PSt ON.
I s:.. I;. W. l'W.1I"'OCTOR.
M. E;. <;AI>NI-,Il,
A. .1. K I-t ilI.\V.
S. M. <;AlIlNEI:.

NOTICE !'O1"I'l' l'.ICAT'l N.
iDepart, mernt of thi<- Inl,'rior. L.:,il Office
:at (;:iiinlsvitll. Fla.. April 5. 14iw'.
Notice is hnreb--liy iven that tle f allowing
nllnmired se tlel' has filed noti-e of his in ten-
tiion to make tinitl pIroof in suiippoii of his
claiimn. andil th;it said pIroof will Ihe made be-
fore clerk ('irtni 'niurt :1t Till:a ):sse<'. Fl;i..
<, 1I;iv 13:. 1T10i2. viz: .l im's Moody. of Tal-
lalassee. Fl:i., IIId. :l;7Td ; l' off N. qr.. :nd E. hf. of S. E. fir.. Sec. 2;,-
Tpi. 1 S., I. 1 W. lie nnames the following
witness s io prove his .ontiimn4s residchie
upon and ciultivaitioini (,f s.id land. viz. : Leon
Moody. of Tallali issee, Fin. I lawson IBoat-
wright. of T:ill:lnasseo. Il. : ;(cn. W. Alli-
(ood. of Tallah;issee. Fla. ; .sa:ne Allig(ood.
i,f Tallahassee. Fla:. ,
6-;t W. (;. ItoNSON. I:Registe-r.'.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. I


uu you wdlu riesn bwueries-!I


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That's just what I have, and they are plure, whole-
some and cheap. I have the cleanest lire of Staple&
and Fancy Famnily Gioctries in the city.


...As for Fruits...

I have oranges, -. irap, mo Ons, banana p,, ap es, an
every thing, good that grows, and carry a con.Ipleteq
lihe of canned goods, cigars, snuff, loLacco and can-n
dies. The price's ame low down, that's ihe'beauty ot,
it. Come and see what you want and what I have.I


Free delivery to all
parts of city.


W. E. DICK*


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Notice is hereby given that I will make
linal returns of a-counts 1and apply for a -----------
discha:rge a;s executor under will of 'lIThomas
.1. 'Perkins. deceased, before 11. A. Whitlil. P la n S y s t
Judge P'robate, eon county, Florida, on Oc-
JOHIN DAY I'ERKINS.
Executor under will of Thl.i;ts J. Per-
kins, (kc'eased. a S '
March 28, 1502. .
EXECUTORS' NOTICE. The Great Through Car Line from Flori.
All creditors. legatees, distributes. and F I -o
all persons having any claim or demand CONNECTIONS. .
against the estate of Green A. Chaires, de- TO at Tl:e Atltic Coast Line via Charles.ton, Richnin nnad Wa'-hiiglon*
ceased, late of [econ county, Florida. are the' 1he Southern Pailway, via Savannah, Columbia nud Washinlon
called upon to present them duly authenti- via all rail i e southern ilw vi aal, ('ulia i Wligto
cated to the undersigned executors of his' TO the 1 iThe thtn Railhay via Jelpl, Atlanta, Chattanooga.
last will and testament within two years m The ,'onitrvile & Naliyille via MAntg.mi 'y.
from March 7th, 1902, the date of the first G he central of Georgia hy. via Albany.
publication of this notie: otherwise as t 'I The Southern l:y. via Savannah. Columbia and Asheville.
publication of this notice otherwise. tj The M1olie & 010io H. h. Via Mon gom'ry. .
notice will be pleaded In bar ofthe same. ea Via .avan iand ia Stoaluhip company, forNew York,
01- To the t and ro.0ton.
D. G. CIAExecutors. ia Savannah and Merchants & illners Transporta;ion Com .,v f'"- 1.
Chalres, Leon county, Florida, March 7 via steamship tiniore
1902.hares Leon county Florid Mrc8 To Key West artd Havana-Via Peninsular and Occidental -teanuhip (Co.
To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island- Via IBoton and C d ;a. 't"
tic and Plant t-.tam-hip for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Cha. ltt-town.
Matd Under Section 36,Chapter 4115,.a8 s W inter Tourists' Tickets
Under f of lrida,(189.) of the Plant b stem. limited to return until May :,I, with liberal stop-over prvi it i.
Showing the amount of taxes charged to the Addrerses of parties in the Notrh sent to the u. designed will Lbe litc-rally -ulpli it. i iir
Tax Collector of Leon county. Florida, to b nation and hand.onme advertising matter.
collected for the current year 1900, and the F. M JOLLY, Div. Paas. Agent., J. A. TAYIOR, Div. Pass *aP
apportionment of the same to the several Jack.s)nville.
funds for which 'ucb taxes have been levied '. -: : ., ^ B. W. W RENN, Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.


. Mrs, J. E. Dickey is on the sick list
She his la grippe we are told.
Mrs. Carl Brown is also sick with the
same disease.
Your humble correspondent had an
attack of fever last week.
Rev. E. E. Rose preached last Sun-
day at Bethpage to a large congrega-
tion of attentive hearers. He failed to
meet his congregation on the afternoon
preceding, on account of being sick
with 14 grippe. Several persons were
present at the last named time, among
whom we mention Mr. W. J. Dickey,
Mrs. E. J. Dickey, Mrs. Mat. Williams
and Mrs. E. Beadle.
Mr. Richard Williams and family, of
Cairo, visited Mr. A. C. Dickey and was
present at the preaching service on
Sunday.
Gur thrifty and clever merchant, Mr.
\v. J. Wilson, goes to town every Tues-
(lay to carry oif corn and oher produce
which from time to time he may buy,
and to bring back goods.
The farmers around here will just
about wind us the planting of corn and
cane this weeK. Some have bought
and will use guano on their crops this
youear.
\Ve take this method of notifying the
1, ople of literary taste, living near
he'io, that vwe will try to found a circu-
]alti.g libi-ary and readi:'g club at this
ph.ce in the near future. i'lease give
thi s:.i,-cct you-r attention.
-irs. Katie Wilson gave a quilting bee
la.: vwFek.
'liss Alice Hancock is visiting the
family of Mr. T. ,. Hall at Sunny Hill.

Stop the Cough
and work off the Cold
axative I;romo Quiln :e T'alelLs (-tre a cold in


one lay. No cure No Payi, rice L: cents.

0("1N OF i' LIiN, m
,-" I:; r -or-i1 e'r $3trb' :4ii Quari
I'I11. I4lh kn. .' .1. Kershaw :and .N1. it. Ude or%.I .@
so do'13.I(,. lyles- p-,IesnIfS. plu-sIIu (w O wor 3.20 u lby Fprel U
:1411 ill Woith, wint- '-'1"2:t!'Stlionl (,1, For$3.20
i- I'vs- Siltaiii.s. of the, slte if Florid:i OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD
ir ;li. .al I '-(*.'.e:-a! ad-s .l Iiir Legis I

v. Si i Calhoun Pure RyeWhisk |
I ".. ''l ; -1. .-t ll ssi ,.- ,t e '. i lPr

:. !>-;'.!, rrv We ship in Plain packages, no marks to indicate contents, which
-;'. .,ii. ,-,r,.,(,. ,,1,,,. ,,f h,, iI avoid all comment. When you get it and test it, if it is not satisf'tctory, re' r
.,: ';', < ...,.-r:<,i\ :,ir., it at our expense and your $3.20 will be cheerfully refunded. This whisk'
:. ,., "- ;:- i;. i".ariil.i I',rin,-i as good as any $5.00 g lods in the market. We are close at hand and can
i; t i :J .ii'., sl : i~i, I,. .'."> "<|': yon quicker delivery than distant houses. \o have been dong, huillsiln- :
S" iii this city and at the same stand for 20 year, and as to our re.poniibiaf g
T.. .. ". ... ... land r tallon for ho,iest dealing we refer you to any bank or merchant ir *
il. iii ~. J 'l. l..i -;. is I:ir' .itlll. -;-li Id tol;i( tor of this paper. h *
.,] ,ii,,^ i -SOLOMON & LEVI. 1
u..1i. ;- ,, ,i;i,, d s:,!,.i. ,oi, -, ,l,! 1928-1930 First Ave., P. 0. Box 33, Birmingham, A
i'i';l i: I'':;iniic ii' tIIus!iniis, I', est:il'ii:sl ;ianid To(TIC-'E-We pay expreqsccharges to all points reached by the "'Sothern E xfl ;
.* : ': ih,.i\ sst<'n il 'icul- Company," butto points on lines of other express companies we prepay only to
< iiot iiiiii;.i where Southern Expr~e Company transfers to naid other company. We cannot
:":-. t ,1 'liii ihlilas l; i 1.ini'ht's" .O.D. Price Uist for other goods po applicaton.When wriUng please menuon this
(Oss!li 0o.rA'l':tion (4 tile ;:!i:lirs nl :11 ,l.ill ^.. ..si s -
li. That tii -hcapil i stock is toI lie tlift',i
thol.sal:d dollars. to ,be divided into lifttei,
hunlldrd slres (.I rpe,.r vilue of ten dooll:irs -
ea;h-l. Said capital ste,.-k is to Ile paid in iu
cash a.s calh!d for bly the I,:ird of lirecl.,rs.
I .'Il'ot tie te-r for Whic-h it is to exist
is 99 years. LES BELOW T
V. Tihat the officers Iy which thle business
of tihe company is to lhe conducted are as Atgeslgsree 80 he
follows: A president, vice-president. slere- 0 overstocko o neof the best known
tary, treasurer. business manager, an att wr- factories of the country. secured
ney, and a board of nine directors, who shall s a one-ualf cost. FeiA Mi eeftid .....
Le elected annually on the first Tuesday 1090 and 1901 Models 1
after the first Monday in January in ea.ch di
yeru'. That the officers who are to conduct Catalogues with large ooand
the business until those elected at the first full detailed sn ificatons seA t free to
election be qualified are: President. A. S. 8
Jerry : Secretary. S. S. Herndon: Treasurer. IW68e k C APPROVAL toanyo 1 S.
M. G.. Gardner; Business Manager, A. J. or anads ttht I a ent Ii agdaace aoin
Kershaw; Attorney. J. T. Walls; Board of 1 DaYS F TRIAL
nine Directors. A. S. Jerry. J. M. Wise. W. I tk
II. Ford. ,. II. Rollins, D. Thompson J.E. 1 hDAYS R EE TRIAL
Spencer. S.1. Gardner, J. Kilpatrick and G. W ordering from us, as do not
W. Proctor. u.F i norderingfromusasy donot
VI. That the highest amount of indebted- to pay a cent if the bicycle does YOM
ness or liability to which the corporation O- In
can at any time subject itself is fifteen thou- 9 w S
sand dollars. I take n trade by our Chicago retaistl ores. w
VII. 'That the names and residences of the standard makes, many good a. new........
subscribing incorporators and the amount of t. Ilimt sadriestnptiUn( gado"ofallsk.aC U lr t t
stock subscribed for by each are as follows: ftri"tmotmrfrerendrycaUalo. A world of tfor t
A. S. Jerry. Tallahassee, Fia.. thirty I AIB AINT WfI each lei{.: ride
illam II. Ford. Tlissee. .. twen- Ba Mcycle.. In your span time you .nan Ie Ce ta
ty shares. \ a week hesides having a wheel to ride _r yo r*dL.
1. Thompson Chlaires. Chairs, Fla., twen- V |IFA W eliae person in each town to distribute cata1 ft n in
ty shares. exchange fora Mble Write today for free atatogue and our er.
G'. W. l'roctor, Ila-ck Creek. Fla.. twenty IloiIII
shares. d.L. IIU UuLE UU., Clli
M. ;. Ga:rdner. Bradfirdville. Fla.. fifty g_..... -
shares. .
S. M1. Ga;;rdnr., Tallihassee. Fl!i.. twenty _____
'hlrle 1ls II. collins. TT:!1:ihli:ssec. I-'a.. lif-
teen slis. t
A. .1. Ko-irshaiw. T:ill:lasse. F"la..lhirty
sliaI ens. r n 110%11 sainrit Irrtoi -^ ^.:-fi *: s


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_Mw York had a dry day last Sun-
itll but "de gang"), as the saloons
-- loued.

Roosevelt was royally re-
W dI in Charleston. No sane man
qBe4d anything else, and the bigots
-'Wh did are disappointed.

Tie Republican policy seems to be
'-clprocity -for things made or grown
42 the South, and protection for all
products. of the North.

'he government transport service is
aM to .be rotten. What else could be
expected, when the Republican party
I38 so rotten that its stench would
-knock you down.

Peru wants to secure a reciprocity
treaty with the United States, on the
wmze terms as Cuba. By all means,
-and give us reciprocity with other
Miontries. Reciprocity is free trade in
-a new dress.

The Prince of Wales proposes to visit
this country upon the occasion of the
opening of New York's new chamber of
commerce. The amount of gush that
'vill slop over when the snobs get to-
gether will be nauseating.

Careful compilation gives the total
strength of the Boer commandos at be-
tween 8,000 and 9,000 men. The Brit-
ish have 250,000 men in the field-
nearly thirty-to one. While the peo-
ple sympathize with the Boers, and
-wish them success, it is difficult to see
how they are going to overcome such
heavy odds.

Brunswick, Ga., is to have a big re-
3igious revival, to begin May 14th. If
any city on earth needs a revival of the
religious sentiment, it is Brunswick.
For years the place ihas been in con-
trol of a most corrupt organization ot
political sharps, who have sm.ceeded inii
stealing everything they could get
their hands on.

Cecil Rhodes had a pet hobby. and
that hobby was for a grand Anglo-
Saxon union. While his dream may be
a. long way in the fut'.re, one thing
,can be said in favor of Rhodes, and
that is he disposed of his vast wealth
in a manner that will benefit a large
number of people, and he didn't have
..any Carnegie strings tied to it, either.

'Editor Greer, of the Waycross Jour-
mal, has discovered o bull frog with
weatherss on it. Dr. Dedge, of the same
town, recently brought out a horned
Smana, while tne numerous jugs shipped
Into the place have created a whole
mnusenm full of boa constrictors, ana-
condas, and other monster reptiles.
Verily,- we don't blame Editor Sweat
atr going out of the newspaper busi-


SThe Brooksville Register has chang-
'ed hands, having been sold by its pro-
prietors, Cdl. F. L. Robertson & Son, to
Mr. J. C. Burwell, proprietor of the
Brooksville Star. Col. Robertson has
been in the newspaper business in
Brooksville for more than twenty
:.years,. and the Register was one of the
best weekly papers coming to this of-
fcle. Mr. Robertson will embark in the
journalistic field in Live Oak.


Editor Guy I. Metcalf, of the Tropical
Sun, published at West Palm Beach,
lias sold his interests, goods will, etc.,
In that paper to Harlan W. Brush, and
- rom the announcement we infer has
engaged in other business. Harry L.
'Brown will manage the Sun hereafter
:and promises to make it even a bright-
er paper than it has ever been. We re-
gret to lose Editor Metcalf from the
editorial ranks, for he is a bright
'writer, but welcome his successors into
Vite arena.

The announcement of Hon. Fred. T.
]Myers for Congress precipitates earlier
.discussion of our legislative ticket than
-would otherwise occur. There seems to
tIe a consensus of opinion-that Judge
'Geo. P. Raney will succeed Mr. Myers
in the Senate without opposition. For
She lower house the names of Geo. I.
Davis, of precinct 11; John L. Robison,
of precinct 16; E. M. Hopkins, of pre-
cinct 13, and W. J. Johnson, of precinct
-7, have been mentioned. Things will
.no doubt soon warm up in this line.

:.New York is hot after anarchists.
'T1eJ Legislature recently passed an
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not made to give temporary relief, but
to effect permanent cure. In ninety-
eight cases out of- every hundred it
cures perfectly and permanently. It
has cost Dr. Pierce $25,000 to give away
in the last year the copies of his Peo-
ple's Common Sense Medical Adviser,
which have been applied for. This book
of 1008 pages is sent fre on receipt of
21 one-cent stamps to pay expense of
mailing one. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buftalo, N. Y. *

THE GOVERNOR'S GUARDS.
From. time to time there has been a
rumor ofloat on the streets that the
Governor's Guards intended to -dis-
band. This is one account of a lack of
interest manifested in the organization
by the people. Tallahassee needs a
military company, and it would not do
to let the Guards disband.
The boys can't stick together without
some encouragement, however, and un-
less something is done to fill up the
ranks and revive interest they will be
forced to disorganize. I
A meeting of the company will be
held at the armory next Monday night
to discuss the question and transact
other important business. All members
are ordered to be present
It is said that steps are being taken
to organize a colored military company
here in case the guards disband. At
present there is no room for a colored
military organization in the State
troops. If the guards should drop out
an openings would be made, and a
company would be formed in a short


for editors or publishers to permit the
publication of books, newspapers or
serials advocating anarchy, or for own-
ers, agents, or occupants of houses to
harbor avowed anarchists.

IN THE RACE.
In this issue of The Tallahasseean
will be found Hon. Fred. T. Myers' for-
mal announcement of his candidacy
for the suffrages of the voters of the
Third Congressional District of Flor-
ida. Like the man, there is no subter-
fuge or meaningless generalities about
the announcement. It goes straight to
the point with what is to be said at this
time and quits, without tiring the
reader with platitudes or attempting
to confuse him with rhetoric.
Fred. T. Myers needs no introduction
to the people of the Third Congression-
al District. As State Senator he is
known to every man who has had any
connection with politics for the past
twelve years. As president of that
body some years ago he made a reputa-
tion for knowledge of parliamentary
law and impartiality toward his fellows
second to none who ever held that re-
sponsible and exacting position.
As Congressman, Mr. Myers will
bring to the new Third Congressional
District of Florida the same prestige
that he has always commanded for
Leon county in the State Senate. He
is a lawyer of more than a local or
even State reputation, dignified in his
bearing, commanding in appearance,
forceful and logical in debate, quick at
repartee, and, best of all, cool, calm and
imperturbable at any time or under
any circumstances.
Such a man is needed to represent
the new district in Congress, and we
believe that the voters comprised in
the territory named believe as we do.
Nor is personal desire father- to the
thought in reaching this conclusion.
Mr. Myers, before determining to take
this step visited a very large portion of
the district and has such information
from other sections as leads him and
The Tallahasseean to believe that the
situation is very favorable to him.

ENTITLED TO CONSIDERATION.
The fact that Hon. Fred. T. Myers
(h:t(rs the Con:gressioni"l race many
nviloths subsequent t to the announce-
mni.t:- of other candidates should in no
case militate against him. The pri-
mary system was adopted by the Dem-
o-ratic party for the purpose of giving
every voter an even chance to express
his preference at the polls, after con-
sidering the issues at stake and the
relative merits of the candidates offer-
ing for the respective positions.
Relying upon the justice of this well
known Democratic principle and the
apparent demand throughout the dis-
trict for his candidacy, Mr. Myers has
entered the race unhampered by official
duties and prepared to go among the
people and discuss the situation wher-
ever and whenever it is desirable. Thus
situated, he is entitled to and we be-
lieve he will receive the same consid-
eration he would had he entered the
race a year ago.

Americans are known as a dyspeptic
people. The extent of this disease may
be inferred from the multitude of so-
called mediciness" offered as a remedy.
They are often in tablet form and have
no value except as palliatives of the
immediate effects of dyspepsia. The
man who uses them may feel better,
Lut is surely getting worse. They do
not touca the real cause of the disease.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
is a medicine specially prepared to
cure diseases of the stomach and or-
gans of digestion and nutrition. It is


summon one of the tenants, Mr. John
Carroll, who lives near. Mr. Carroll
hastened over, and found Mr. Farnum
breathing his last. N6 physician, was
summoned on account of the distance,
besides one could not have reached the
bedside in time to save the- man. The
remains were brought to Tallahassee
Wednesday afternoon and interred in
50 years old, and leaves a wife only.
Undertaker Duncan, who had charge
of the interment, in the past year, has
buried seven members of this family.
funeral services were conducted by
Rev. E. Trice.
Mr. R. EL Gamble, of Thomasville,
was a visitor to Tallahassee Wednes-
day. Mr. Gamble is manager of the
'A homasville ice factory, and principal
owner of the big plant, recently erected
in Jacksonville.


Spring Medicine
There is no other season when good
medicine is so much needed as in the
Spring.
The blood is impure, weak and
Impoverished-a condition indicated
by pimples and other eruptions on the
face and body, by deficient vitality,
loss of appetite, lack of strength, and
want of animation.
Hood's Sar.aparilla

and 1 iAM


A Stealthy, Insid

Enemy to


FRE M4 DMIAY I
Ocala is to have tree mail delivery,
The letter boxes have arrived in that
city, and the system will be inaugurat-
ed about May 15th.
Tallahassee, the Capital City, is con-
tent to roll along in the same old ruts.
The people go to the postoffce after
their mail once a day, when with
proper effort they could secure letter
carriers and have it delivered to their
residences and places of business.
The postoiuce receipts are sufficiently
large to entitle the city to free delivery,
but we will not get it until an effort
in that direction in made. Anything
that is worth having is worth going
after. Free mail delivery is certainly
worth having. It would add a prestige
to the town that we would not other-
wise possess, but if we want it, we must
go after it This is a settled fact .
A good way to make the start is for
the city council to order the street
names placed on every corner, and
have the houses numbered systemati-
cally. After this is done, a petition
should be be sent to Washington ask-
ing that the city be given the free de-
livery system. The government will
then investigate our claims, and in a
few months the people will have their
mail delivered at their own doors.

CHEAP RATES TO DALLAS, TEXAS,
AND RETURN, VIA PLANT
SYSTEM.
On account of the Confederate Vet-
erans' Reunion the Plant System will
sell tickets on April 18, 19, 20 and 21.
to Dallas, Texas, and return at rate of
$19.00 from Monticello; $21.20- from
Jacksonville or Live Oak, and corres-
pondingly low rates from other points
limited to return May, 2d, but by de-
posit may be extended to leave Dallas
not later than May 15th. A choice of a
dozen different routes, with schedules
and all information, may be obtained
by calling on ticket agents of the Plant
D. P. A.,shrdleutaoishrdluetauoinunuu
System, or addressing F. H. Jolly, D. P.
A., Jacksonville; J. A. Taylor, D. P. A.,
Tampa; B. W. Wrenn. Passenger Traf-
fic Manager, Savannah. A14-2t

A PLEASING COMPLIMENT.
"I have been in business in Tallahas-
see a great many years," remarked one
of our most substantial merchants to
The Tallahasseean Wednesday. "Dur-
ing my residence here I have taken ev-
ery newspaper published in the city
and have been personally acquainted
with the editors. Captain Dyke, the
veteran editor of the old Floridian. was
concealed to be the brightest newspaper
man in Florida. He was an able jour-
nalist, and got out a first-class paper,
but I want to say, right now, that The
Tallahasseean today is the best weekly
Ipapor ever -publish(id in the State. This
is saying a great deal. yet it is the
truth, and I am only sorry that you are
not getting out a daily."
HIGH PRESSURE. DAYS.
Men and women alike have to work
incessantly with brain and hand to
hold their own nowadays. Never were
the demands of business, the wants of
the family, the requirements of society,
more numerous. The first effect of the
praiseworthy effort to keep up with all
these things is commonly seen ,in a
weakened or debilitated condition of
the nervous system, which results- in
dyspepsia, defective nutrition of both
body and brain, and in extreme cases
in complete nervous prostration. It is
clearly seen that what is' needed is
what will sustain the system, give,
vigor and tone to the nerves, and keep
the digestive and assimilative fjnc-
tions healthy and active. From Jer-
sonal knowledge, we can recommend
Hood's Sarsaparilla for this purpose.
It acts on all the vital organs, builds
up the whole system, and fits men and
women for these high-pressure days.

DIED SUDDENLY.
Mr. Silas Farnum, a farmer living
about two miles south of town. on 'the
Bell Air road, died very suddenly Tues-
day night about 9 o'clock. Mr. Farnum
had recently been attacked with hem-
orrhage of the lungs, bpit nothing seri-
ous. All day Tuesday ie worked in the
field, sowing cotton. Shortly before 9
o'clock he was taken seriously ill, with
a choking sensation. The symptoms
grew alarming and Mrs. Farmer went
to the door and blew a dinner horn to


-*
Rev. Harriet R. Edwards in a re
Clinton, la., writes:
"I have found that Peruna is a wc
peculiar to women. It quickly and pI
andacts asa natural tonic to a worn-ou
a case which was not greatly aided by it


T HERE are a multitude of women,
especially housewives, and all other
women obliged to he on their feet
constantly, who are wretched beyond de-
scription, simply IK'Cause their streligth
and vitality is sapped away by catarrhal
discharges from the pelvic organs.
These women get up in the morning
tired, drag themselves through their
daily duties tired, only to go to bed at
night as tired as before.
Peruna is such a perfect specific for
each case that when patients have once
used it they ean never be induced to
quit it until they are permanently cured. I
It begin to relieve the' disagreeableI


MESSAGE OF MAYOR.
(Continued from hLt page )
c(ty and a delightful resort for 'the
ladies and children of our city, as well
as for visitors.
" And now, gentlemen of the council,
let me congratulate you on your labors
for the year just closed. Your labors
have been for the good of the city only,
you have carefully guarded its finances,
and in all your deliberations you have
endeavored to promote and advance its
interests. There will be much to en-
gage your serious; consideration during
the present year, and the suggestions
and recommendations herein set forth
I feel assured you will meet and deal
with in the same spirit that has char-
acterized your actions in the past, hav-
ing the welfare and best interests of
our beloved city at heart.
R. B. GORMAN, Mayor.
Financial statement Board of Public In-
struction, Leon county, Fla.


No.
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Warrants Issued April 1, 1902.
Ii. W. Demilly.............. $85
M. B. Eppes ................ 50
M. B. Cotten............... 50
C. M. Brevard .............. 50
HIennie Chalres ............ 5)
J. F. Montgomery............ 60
Ellen Apthorp .............. 30
Kate Sullivan .............. 30
Ola Page .................. 25
Kate Bond ................. 30
Lilla Smith ................ 30
H. P. Woodbery ............. 75
Daisy Temple .............. 25-
E. C. Eppes ................ 25
Pauline Costa .............. 30
Lenora Williams ............ 304)
Evelyn Wooten ............ 75
Illia Ryan ................. 16
H. T. Robinson ............. 22
Charlotte Cobb ............t 16
Delia Knight ............... 15
Carrie Richardson .......... 20
Mamle Reed ................ 15
Addle Jackson .............. 16
Ethel Jones ................ 16
J. H. Wester ............... 25
M. A. Duncan .............. 16
M. Duncan ................. 18
Charlotte Gardner ....... 16
R. A. McGrlff .............. 16
G. W. McGriff .............. 25
Amanda Parrish ............ 16
A. M. Norman .............. 18
Emma Reed ................ 16
Celia Moorer ............... 16
J. G. Riley ................ 50
J. H. Frazier ............... 30
E. W. Ryan ................ 30
I. C. Baker ................. 30
M. C. Forbes ............... 30
Christine Smith ............ 30
F. G. Johnson ..............30
M. P. Carr ................. 15
H.. Carmine .............. 15
Tallahassee Racket Co........2
G. H. Averitt .............. 2
J. D. Perkins .............. 54
T. J. Perkins & Sons......... 17
Janitor Leon Academy....... 8
Janitor Colored Graded School 6
Weekly Tallahasseean ....... 9
J. D. Perkins .............. 60
R. H.. Mickler .............. 60


W


Sheriffs saie.
Henry E. Carmine. JeffLr.,t T. Carmine, Su-
sie Carmine. Lil ie Carmine, Nttt ie Carmine,Wil-
lie Cnri,.ii.e and pi ka-i Carnine, in uors Hiit
infants underage of twenty y-t ne years, ,y je(-
fer-on T. Carmine, their next wien(i. ce.mp!ain.
ants, vs James Rienard Carmine. defendant
Under and by virtue ot i', ex11C udiou ibuedotiUt
Sf Circuit Court. Second Judie al Circuit, in aun
for Leon County, Floiida, beaMing date April 4,
192, samo being issued upon deene in above
nEitled cause pending in Circuit court Second
Judicial ircuit, Lon Count-,. Florida, in Chan-
cery, directed to. and conmmanding me a* sheriff
of Leon county, to levy up .n and sell the herein-
afterde'cribed lands, 1 have levied upon mid
will expose tor sale at public outcry, in front o.
Court Houve door in city of Tallaha-see, Flori
da, on May fi. A I). 19itr2. being legal sales day
during legal hours of sale, to stisfy 'aid execu
tion and co.ts of exeeuti..n, the following prop-
erty, levied upon a- property (m said Susie Car-
mine, Lillie Carmine Nettle C rmine, Wllli
Carmine and Pinkard Carmid to- wit: Fouth
west quarter of southwest tnarLer of Section
Nineteen, T' wnshlp 2 north, Range 3 a.Lt,
containing 40 acres, situateoin Leon County,
Florida.
JOHNx A. PSARMc,
April 4, 1902. sherid of Leon County.

NOTICE OF INTENTION 1TO APPLY FOR
LETTERS P'AT NT.
Notice is hereby given oif the Intention of
the undersigned to apply t the Goveinor of
the State of Florida for LItters Patent, in-
corporating them, their aoiates, and suc-
cessors. into a body politic and corporate by
the name of St. Marks and .West Coast Rail-
way Company, for the putp see and upon the
terms set forth In their proposed charter, a
copy of which Is given belo*.
WILLIAM MUSSER,
CHAS. IR. FOX.
WILLIPAM KAISER,
W. LI ROACIIH.
J. L. GIESLER,
C. R. MUSSER,
W. D. BURK.
FREDI T. MYERS.
CHARTER OF ST. MARKS AND WEST
COAST RAILWAY COMPANY.
We, the undersigned, do hereby associate
ourselves, for the purpose of becoming Incor-
porated under the laws of the State of Flor-
ida, to transact for profit the business here-
inafter set forth ; and we adopt the following
as the Charter of the proposed corporation:
I.
The name of the corporation shall be St
Marks and West Coast Railway Company;
and Its principal place of business shall be
St. Marks, Florida; but the Board of Di-
rectors may establish other places of busi-
ness within and without the State of Florida.
II.
The general nature of the business to be
transacted by the company is to acquire,
build, construct, own, maintain and operate
a railroad, for the transportation of freight
and passengers, and to do the business of a
commoncarrier, from a point on the -St.
Marks River, at or near the town of St.
Marks, in the county of Wakulla, to the town
of Perry, in the county of Taylor( a distance
of about forty miles, with such branches and
extensions as may be hereafter determined
on by the Board of Directors of the Com-
pany; the said railroad to be made, or being
already made, into or through the counties
of Wakulla, Jefferson and Taylor, in the
State of Florida. And the said corporation
is to haveuse, exercise and enjoy all and
singular rights, powers, rats,11 privileges
and lmun.itigm ..,r nip_


dlent. Vice-p'resident, ea.-i-*.. Treasurer,
generall Manager. and l iI l.irin.trs, to
consist of not less than '- z,. umrer thau
officers and :genti s as tI :ar ,f f lIiretors
ijay authorize. The o -ol I-retary ad
Treasurer, or Secretar dueral Mana-
ger. may 1e killed by tbl i. nl,eirs,,n. The
rBaard of I ireitr hs :in rrstent shall be
elected by the stockholder heir annual
meetings, the time of n lii ll be fixed
by the By-Laws:; and ti 4 If IDirectors
shall elect the other offi 'ts ,tlie -company,
at their first meeting ar-. tbueannual meet-
ing of the stockholders l rIelt( Ard of lAi-
rectors, until otherwise dvi'tid by the By-
laws, shall be composed .;"YIv" members.
The following person Il the oper
to conduct the business f lih *il,.Dy.nta
those elected at the fi.t ;eh ion shall be
qualified,. viz:
President, William 3sr %
1Vce-President, WilliVK1tav'r.
Treasurer, J. L. Giesl-.'
Secretary and Genej*l Miaiger, W. L
Roach. A, -
Board of Directors i. It isser, J. L
Glesler, William KaisetY. l.l oach, W. I.
Burk, C. IL Fox and FiAU. T. years .

The highest amount of ia. A tedness
liability to which the ,)paI' <-ani at AN
time subject itself shale fiv, hundred th
sand dollars. r
VI-
The names and re rawe of the sa
scribers, with the numi *f .. Airs takes
each. are as follows: I # i
William Musser, Io ,it.lt Iowa, thirty-
five (3.5) shares. A
C. R. Musser, Musca I a, thirty--
(35) shares.
J. L. Gilesler, MuscatI~tn e1i thirty-se'
(37) shares. I
Wililam Kaiser, MU': in Iowa, thirty
seven (37) shares.
W. i. Roach, Muscapn. .wa., thirty-1
(35) shares.
W. D. Burk, Muscaae. twa, thirty-
(35) shares.
C. R. Fox, Muscat Ve, Iw:i, thirty-
(3.5) shares. (1
Fred. T. Myers, Tallms Fla.. o ne
share. *4
In testimony whereO theo id associdt
have hereunto subscri k, t I.hr names, .
28th day of February. ,,%- 1'-SSE
WP LiK 1 U FOX,


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Li A I t WIn. Haul*k^.,

WOAT M felt well since the arCh.et
ten years ago. I was er
e a where most of the timp back

lious, Weakening we" a""n my t
';--..,,.0, nv UnlA hurt me to lean again thul 'j
chair. I had pain unr nm sho.s
W om en. blades, in the small in.ye .k
hips. I sometimes wis mel
*******ss***sssss* e** **as this world. Had hot -(d D
> dizziness, and trembig "ol the
Sand was losing flesh alljhe tine.
"After following, yo di tio
taking Peruna I now f li adi"ff
person."'-Mrs. Wm. H rjclck
SBarbara Alberty, cor venth '
Walnut streets, Appleu isve .
as follows in regard to ~euni:
"For years I have s with
: ache and severe pain., te aids. T
doctored so much th a
courage.
-'--._ "A school friend tiA n)4 how vro
---"--- much Peruna had h it .. I sent out for a..
-- 1* bottle, which d;d
ino--,- more to relieve"
me than all the *
---. other medicine I :
had ever taken. r,-
--^- it "I used it faith- : aa
---'--- --- =:-^ i fully for t wo .
-' "'---- weeks and it com- ..
Spletely cured me. --' I
--- --* I have not had :--

Sany pains since,
Anywhere, but *i
feel like a n e w fl c,.) Alberty.
woman. I am *l-. -id...,,
Truly thankful f.or 1i4t ',runa
done for- me." -Bara e .t l..rtvy.
Mrs. D. W. Mason,t Irl a hines
-New Orleans, La., wr, -
"I have bwn takin m,&.i< erunae
s a Manalin aml and o ,'ic i; d r-ommend
-- it to all those sut fferin ,li, the Sa
--- : trouble that I was. I W '.en suffer.
S- ing for the past two it h femal
s weakness, palIpi fationiii h< 1ar1,stort
Sach, kidney and li o ,'drder, a d
WARDS, CLINTON, IA. above all a dreadful cit 1 t h ll nothe~.
is* ing sritpells. I was o1nl A:. run dowo,
*" s Crwe has* aken a numer "After I had take~ it o tie of PC
runa and a few doses i it-" analin,I
scent letter from Mt. Pleasant Park, could se sounldl ,art w
eo butter, It a oughvlefn ah 0 0m1 vDw
wonderful medicine to use in diseases diately upon my gnert m aj :~er tak.
permanently restores health and vigor I ing four bottles accort~i ~r, l diree
system. Ihaveso farnever observed tions, I. was entirel.'n o, all my
ts use. "--REV. DR. R. EDWARDS. Troubles.
*1 "I can truthfully 9.1 taIat there 1
symptoms at once. The backahe nothing to equal youuIrt :t adan-
ens's,tCetremnblingknees arestrength- alin. 1 was a i (iffter ,. nift(rtak-
'ned, the appetite restored, the di'gstl in in:lg thle second ottli !Pt N without S
a(lde perf.'t, the i dull ieada (e is dotI th he IK4medse1i the world
stoppeiid and the weakenitig d'ains are Language fails.to (-x k s !y gratitude
gradually ('cured. Ths results certainly for this cure. M'ay ~ 4 s yo0U.-
follow a course (itf treatment with P(- Mrs. 1). W. Mason.
runa. If vou do not deriv ~~ t and satt
.los. 1. Crowley, ('Congressman from factory results from li dmi.(f l'erun~
Illinois, writes froimii Robinson, Ill.: write at oncee to l)r. A n, giving
"Mrs. Crowley has taken a number' full statemenIt of yo fIamd he will
of bottles of Peruna on account of :e pleased to )i'e y) i:aluablead-
nervous troubles. It has proven a vice gratis. X
strong tonic and lastinw cure. I can Address Dr. lHart :, resident
cheerfully recommend it. "--Jos. B. The Hartman Sani~r Columb
Crowley. Ohio.
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De limo Cake



D ainty Pastfs


Fine Puddings


Flaky Crusts


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[EARD AND. SEEN THIS WEEK

y Those Who Gather Items for
Tallahasseean Readers.

The Dentist, Dr. R. A. Shine.
Hon. Fred. T. Myers returned to the
capital City Tuesday from a business
trip to Pensacola.
Read all the advertisements in The
Tallahasseian anid see who among our
merchants invites you to call.
When you want nice stationery, call
on us. COX & STUBBS.
Mr. .John G. Readron, of Ocala, was
here Monday on business before the
Supreme Court.
The most reliable painter and paper-
hanger in Tallahassee is John Spencer.
March 28-:3t.
Mr. C. L. Files, a member of the Jack-
sonvill Ibar, had legal business in the
Capital (City Tues'iav.
Taylor & (nild keep for sale the
best and cheapn-st lime in the market-
Standard brand. M.14-lm
Mr. J.D). Cay and family are out on
their turpentine farm to spend several
weeks.
See Red Front Grocery's new ad in
this issue. Pringle & Johnson will
ae you money if you will let them.
Gentlemen who appreciate high
(rade chewing tobacco will be pleased
lth our line. COX & STUBBS.
John Spencer will sell you better wall
for less money than any dealer in
,ilahassee. M.28-3t
Mr. H. L. Gregory is confined to his
oom this week with an attack of
jmeumonia.


Mrs. E. Trice has returned from a
visit of several days to her sister, Mrs.
Hodge, at Sopchoppy.
Taylor & Childfcan furnish you with
everything to complete your house.
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Robert W. Williams, Jr., of Talla-
"hassee, and Hon. C. C. Thomas, of
Gainesville, were on Tuesday admitted
to practice before the Supreme Court
of Florida. .
Col. Raymond Cay returned to the
from St. Augustine, where he went to
attend the blow-out in honor of Gov-
ernr,r Jennings.
Miss Minnie Clark left early in the
week for Gainesville, to-attend the an-
nual convention of the State Sunday
School Association.
Mrs. Moor and Mrs. Byrd went down
to Jasper this week as delegates to the
Convention of the Ladies' Foreign Mis-
nionary Society.
The famous C. B. 400 Straight Frant
rwset, the best $1.00 corset on the
Market, at Ball, Demilly & Co. A.11-2t
Mr. S. P. Rozear left Monday for
ainesville to attend a meeting of the
executive board of the State Sunday
Ochoo -Association prior to the conven-

For that cough, takeLincan's Cough
Sirup. Sold only by Wight & Bro.
Comparatively little commercial fter-
tilizer is sold in Leon county. The soil
4oes not need a large quantity, and with
a rotation of crops will yield more than
lost lands where large quantities of
fertilizers are used. ,
Ball, Demilly & Co. are showing as
Pretty a line of P. K.'s, Madras Cloths,
"hite and Colored Lawns, Batiste,
Dimity, Dotted Swiss, and Nainsook,
and are selling them cheaper than ever
before sold in Tallahassee. A.11-2t

The Tallahasseean will soon an-
bounce the close of the contest for the
"Ost popular young lady in the city.
The beautiful EolU watrh on exhibition


Dr. W. E. Lewis, Dentist.


'Phone No.
48-10t


A. M. Carlisle, with R. I Collins,
druggist tf.
Mr. J. B. Johnson was here this week
from Live Oak.
Don't fail to see Bartholomew's
trained horse show, April 16th.
Mr. J. G. Chaires, a successful citizen
of Chaires, had business in the Capital
City Monday.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys
and bladder right. Don't delay taking.
Mr. George F. Smithson, of the Black
Creek neighborhood, was a visitor to
Tallahassee Monday.
Ex-Congressman C. M. Cooper, of
Jacksonville, was in the Capital City
Tuesday on legal business.
Bring us your slick dimes.
COX & STUBBS.
Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Balcom are now
stopping at Mrs. Spear's boarding house
on Calhoun street.
Mr. J. M. Coombs, the hlmber mag-
nate of Apalachicola, was among Mon-
day's arrivals in Tallahassee.
County Superintendent Bannerman
and wife are boarding with Mr. .J. T.
Roberts, on North Monroe street.
When you want nice stationery, call
on us. COX & STUBBS.
Royal Tailoring, Cleaning and Press-
ing. W. H. FRIEELAND. 2-tf


Messrs. J. T. Bernard and Lindsey
Papy attended the State Sunday school
convention in Gaincsville this week.
If you want first-class painting and
paper hanging done, call on John
Spencer. M.28-3t
Hon. W. A. Blount, of Pensacola, was
here early in the week to attend a meet-
ing of the Capitol Improvement Com-
mission.
State Superintendent Sheats left on
Sunday for Gainesville to preside over
the State Sunday school convention.
Mr. Sheats is president of the associa-
tion.
Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in time
affords security from all kidney and
bladder diseases.
Dave Davidson, of High Springs, was
in the Capital City Monday. Mr.
Davidson is railroad detective for the
Plant Systeni, and has been in more
close places than any man in the em-
ploy of the company.
The Old Virginia Plantation Min-
strels will pitch their tent in Tallahas-
see today and tomorrow. There will
be two performances each day-at 2
and 8 p. m. They will also give a free
exhibition outside the tent at 1 o'clock
of each day.
Save your discount checks and get
one of those beautiful lithograph de-
signs for waiters at Pringle & John-
son's. it
"A neighbor ran in with a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea remedy when my son was suffer-
ing with severe cramps and was given
up as beyond hope by my regular phy-
sician, who stands high in his profes-
sion. After administering three doses
of it, my son regained consciousness
and recovered entirely within twenty-
tour hours," says Mrs. Mary Hailer, of
MtL Crawford, Va. This remedy is for
sale by Wight & Bro. and all medicine
dealers.


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germ of disease are many
active. Dsreg.rd their p
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Tallahassee will soon bloom out with
a new fire wagon and apparatus. The
committee has ordered the outfit, which
will soon be delivered. It is to be hoped
that horses will be purchased and a
paid company organized in the near
future.
White barber shop. Over Pringle &
Johnson's store. tf
Albert Grice, colored was arrested by
Sheriff Pearce early in the week, for
participating in a game of craps out
at Houston's woods. Grice is supposed
to be the man who shot Sam McPher-
son over a game out there last Satur-
day.
The Standard lime is the best for all
purposes. Kept for sale by Taylor &
Child only. M.14-1m
The Capital Improvement Commis-
sion held meetings Monday and Tues-
day for the purpose of receiving re-
ports from the contractor, and trans-
acting other business in connection
with the work on the State Capital.
The commission made a thorough in-
spection of the material and work and
reported everything satisfactory.
The surest and safest remedy for kid-
ney and bladder diseases is Foley's Kid-
ney Cure.
The young men of the city gave a
dance at the Leon Hotel Wednesday
night. The event was greatly enjoyed
by all the participants, and the devo-
tees of the art teirpsichorean tripped
the light fantastic until midnight. Ex-
cellent music was furnished by a local
band. About twelve couples were pres-
ent
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates, and will not constipate like
nearly all other cough medicines. Re-
fuse substitutes.
Messrs. W. D. and H. D. Hartt left
Wednesday afternoon for New Or-
leans. At that place Mr. W. D. Hartt
will join his daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. Clark, for a cruise on their ship.
Henry will return home after seeing
his father safe on board.
PILE-IIE CURES PILES!
Money refunded if it ever fails.
Shirt Waists from 25c to $1.25 at Ball,
Demilly & Co. A.11-2t
FOR SALE-2'0 acres, ten miles
west of Tallahassee, two ane one-half
from railroad. Suitable for stock range.
W. E. BRADLEY, Tallahassee, Fla.
March 21-1m.
We have a fresh shipment of Wiley's
candy. COX & STUBBS.


TO CBE A COLD IR ORE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
drfggists refund the money If it fails to cure.
.W. Grove' s signature is on'each box. 25c.
DRAYING.-I am now 'doing all
kinds of draying and solicit the patron-
age of all who have draying done. I
give it my personal attention. Regular
patrons do not have to wait for freight
notices. G. H. AVERITT. tf
FOR RENT-Four-room cottage,with
about an acre of land (more if desired).
Apply to MRS. HELLEN HIRT, east
of Tallahassee. 3t
BOARDERS WANTED.-I will take
a few summer boarders. MRS. J. C.
KEMPER. tf
FOR RENT-A new five-room cot-
tage. Enquire of '1AYLOR & CHILD.
2t
FOR RENT-My residence on Clin-
ton street, furnished. MRS. H. D.
HARTT. A.4-3t
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Bartome's ha s d1 1 )W ed:
horses. Best* educated horse Ii the
world.
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Nunnally's fine candies always fresh
at Wight 4 Bros.
The farmers were late getting in their
crops, but the outlook is very bright at
this time. -
We have a fresh shipment of Wiley's
candy. COX & STUBBS.
Mrs. Andrew P. Foster (nee Miss Em-
ma Goza), and her lovely children, of
St. Augustine, are in the city, guests of
her sister, Mrs. W. E. McCarthy.
You will miss a treat if you fail to
see the military drill at Bartholomew's
orse show.
Hon. C. M. Brown, of Ocala, was here
Monday on business. Mr. Brown came
to attend a meeting of the Capitol Im-
provement Commission, of which he is
a member.
Gentlemen who appreciate high
grade chewing tobacco will be pleased
with our line. COX & STUBBS.
See J. C. Moore's Old Plantation Min-
strels under canvass; the only one of its
kind south of Virginia. They will ex-
hibit in Tallahassee Friday and Satur-
day, the 11th and 12th, at 2 and 8 p. m.
Free exhibition at 1 o'clock p. m. each
day outside of canvas.
Try Chamberlain's Stomach & Liver
Tablets, the best physic. For sale by
Wight & Bro.
Mr. N. M. Bowen, who -,as confined
to his room last week on account of
overwork, is out once more. 'there
was no truth in the report !that he had
been stricken with paralysis.


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Your copy of Experiment Station .-
Bulletin No. 20, published March 23d,
refers to the medicine put up by me. It
surpasses all other medicine for the *
cure and prevention of these and kin- :
dred diseases, and has been proved and *.
recommended all over United States. 6
Manufactured and sold, wholesale and .
retail, by ISAAC MORGAN, Tallahas- .
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THE wkhl&i.h 'IAT^LAIA8S31?ZAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1902.
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AnON THE FARMERS.




THE VELVET BEAN.
Bulletin No. 60, recently issued by
the Florida Agricultural Experiment
Station at Lake City, is devoted ex-
clusively to' the velvet bean. We take
the following, which may be of inter-
EBt to the farmers of Leon county, from
the Bulletin:
"While this plant has been known in
the State for more than twenty-five
years it received little attention prior
to 1895. "Until this time it had been
used in Florida to a limited extent as
an ornamental vine. The attention of
this Station was directed to the plant
In 1895 by Mr. W. P. Newheart, of
Ococee, who stated that it had been
used in his neighborhood about twenty
years as a covering for.trellises and un-
sightly places. le. was so impress d
by the enormous growth the plant
made that he decided to try it in his
orange grove as a soil renovator and
was very much pleased with the re-
sults. (Bulletin 35, page 34.3 Florida
Experiment Station.)
"A short article was written on the
plant, after growing, one crop at the
Station, by Dr. 0. Clute and -published
in Bulletin No. 35.
"Since its introduction at the Station
In 1896 it has been planted each suc-
ceeding year and a number of field and(
laboratory experiments have been con-
ducted in connection with it. In the
meantime knowledge of it has become'
quite general in Florida and at present
many farmers--in the State make use
of it.
"The following description of the
plant has been furnished me iby Mr. H.
Harold Hume, of the Station Staff:
"Mucuna utilis (Wallich) VelvetI
Bean.-A twining vine frequently up-
wards of 75 feet in length, sthetta
branching, smooth and rather slender.
Leaves trifoliate, leaflets ioni!bic-ov: '
or broadly ovate, acute at tle ap x,
rounded at the base, .4 inches long, 2'2..
inches wiide. lanteral ones inliil;!-
eral, pedicle 4 inches in length, siip.:a -
and stiplhs inconslpioust ; inlor,-..
cence axillary rac'-mose. n dl 0'i)g. f" '-
quently a foot or more in length; flow-,
ers in groups of thr(e at a point, groups
arranged spirally, three to thirty iow-\
ers in the raceme; edic('ls short, calyx
greenish, changing to gray in fruit,.
corolla deep purple, standard short and
blunt, wings about twice as long ;is the
standard, narrow and blunt, keel whit-
ish purple, closely surrounding tihl
stamens; Legumes 3 inches long. 5-1(;
Inch thick, 5-8 inch wide, falcate,
roundish and constricter slightly be-
tween the seeds, blunt covered with a
dark velvety pubescence, whence the
common name; seeds 9-16 to 5-8'of an
Inch in length, 5-16 inch thick, 7-16
inch wide, rather oblong in outline,
marked and spotted with brown and
dirty white, hilum about 1-4 inch in
length, elevated and distinctly marked.
The plant is a native of India, intro-
duced Into America by the United
States Department of Agriculture about
tweny-flve or thirty years ago.
Nodules 1-8 to 1-4 inches in diam-
eter, brownish black, tuberculate
Broad, nat, about 1-8 to 1-4 inch in
thickness, interior greenish or pinkish
green.
The velvet bean requires a long sea-
son in order to mature the seed; there-
fore, its cultivation will be confined to
sections where the growing period is
fully eight months. It will do well and"
mature the seed in Florida an(P the
southern part of the Gulf States. The
plant grows well as far north as Tenn-
essee, but beyond southern Georgia it
is necessary to purchase seed each year
for planting.
Ill' Florida the planting should be
done in March or April. The quantity
of seed to ble used for planting an acre
may be varied from one to two bush-
els. The planting may be broadc'ast-
yet it is better to plant in rows about
four feet apart, leaving a space of from
one to two feet in the row. This admits
of cultivation until thie plants are well
established and aids in t reeirg the
lan"i from olbjectionabl'3 weeds and


grass, and so the resulting forage will
be much better than otherwise. After
the velvet bean obtains possession of
the soil it shades the ground so com-
pletely. that other plants' are crowded
out. If the soil is veiy thin it is well
to supply some potash and phosphoric
acid; the quantity to be added depends
upon the condition of the land and the
crop which is to follow the velvet
bean. One hundred pounds of sulphate
of potasi and two hundred pounds of
acid phosphate should prove ample in
most cases.
Since the bean is a leguminous plant
it is not necessary to add any fertilizer
containing nitrogen, but unless the
land has been previously planted with
velvet hean the following procedure
shou.i, lie carried out, where possible,
in orelr that a good crop may be ob-
tainedl the first yea!'. Secure a quan-
tity of soil, equal to the amount of seed
to he planted, from a field which has
recently produced a crop of velvet bean
and just previous to planting moisten
the seed and mix it with this soil. In
this way the lield is supplied with the
micro-organisms which are necessary
for the normal development of the vel-
vet bean. Ilarvesting the vine is at-
tended with some difficulty on account
of the great mass of matter and the
tangle caused by the extreme length of
the vine. A mowing machine with the
blade directly in front of the machine
between the wheels blis been used at

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ihim coming nolne to stay. ws :, "':.n a ,,tanro p li:"'i W -i
sido n : s ne an '-
A VAL;AiLEI MEDICINE Picnic season is here again and the tricd i ti).. .,Lof inP of Cardii. un-
For Couhs an Colds in Children yoll]g people arc contemplating grand foro I ha, ..., :.': of it IWas r ievd URCH NOTICE.
i s,. on. the Miccosukie Lak this sum- Ifeel it; Ly '," osy that you hvo a Thie \ehsl.ain Mni.ihll,-'; ,f Tallacsn-ce hiavec
"I hatve not the slightest hesitancy in wonderful .md Mun.. iYreo;iii:;g er. i;..s vernv t iti:y aI 11 I. ;i. al
recommending Chamberlain's Cough mr MKs.M.A.Yoror. 7::to p. in. saii,.:h 'cl ;t ::;o:;. nt-
' -onnlending Chamberlain's Cough 1'he train happened to be on time last ,-l i le ineC it 11 ;::,.l p. >l.; r' uhiar naiIl eck
emed.y to all who are suffering from Saturday, and we had the pleasure of to m,"'"r lt, u'..,:.or. i.;..:-anrs'lay..v,:iua,7ocl..k
coughs or colds," says Chas. M. Cramer' getting The Tallahassecan. ciaanoo.h.cileCc, C -tano,' 'v..ry, v.,i DO
Esq., a well known watch maker, of Co- g t. George Joyner visited Peck Mon- C ,r aI. 0. i Tn, l. (.
lombo, Ceylon. "It has been some two M( George Joyner visited Peck Mon-
years since the City.Dispensary first ( ayr fessionM3 far&s..
called 'my attention to this valuable WHY TAKE THE CHANCES YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING -
medicine, and I have rel)eatedly used it witl some new and untried medicine 'hen you take (rove' Tastelhs (hill nic i M at Auinr.
and. it has always been beneficial. It for such serious troubles as diarrhoea, l'exausetlt-heufoamtla is plantlv p orintedl o ev.ry IUi U IUad UUiU ai
has cured me quickly of all chest colds. ('am dysentery, when you should Itt esi.oitoIig th:1t it is siml.ply IroiI andtui If you have anything to sell, or wish
it has redshrdletaoinshrdlutaoinn ramps, dysentery, when ou should nine in a tasteles foi No (w. No Pay. To.or wish
It is especially effective for children and know that for over half a century Pain- t to purchase, I am in the field to meet
seldom takes more than one bottle to n killer has cured millions of cases? Look
seldom takes more than one bottle to t f m on one A "WORTHY SUCCESSOR. yoir wants.
cure them of hoarseness. I have pIer- g ine "Perry Davis'." R. A. SHINE,
suaded many to try this valuable medi- ."e .-.. "Something New Under Cfice in warehouse on McCarty street.
cine, and they are all as well pleased as -he Sun."
myself over the results." For sale by CIASt. 1%. Ai'SLEI', M. D.
Wight & Bro. and all medicine dealers. All doctors have tried to cure ATi('.'ml:il PHYI IN ) SUREON.e
by the uise of powders. ;clid gases., inha," !!'
PECK'S 'WEEKLY IIUDGET. and drugs in p:iste formn. Their pjowdeirs di TALLAIIASSEE, FLORIDA.
Pre(k, April 8-Mr. George Smithson ip the lalli-ilim'e s ni iviini. e s c.isinigi I lii i ai'1,
P( ] .- II'r:i'k oir'n :; 'l )1hi ,'e,1. 'I'li )powe(' rfil a:ionic liu tinili .
passed through here Wednesday en used in til t-ini'.le<'rs 11: v e iirely .1 callai :.iiertcid ld!omp,.ly nlighutand day.
route to Miccosukie. :'w'y te s ie' erainhtiaes thalIt tiiri makers Phone 110. 2:;-m
Mr. H. C. Billingsley, of Black Creek, htav aim(ned to eclure. while st(an )intase n .
stopped a few hours with his son, Mr. xpm'ine (nl pract itilneor who I'm : t. E. iEVAD
E. L. Billingsley, Wednesday en route A Guaranteed Invigorant and Infallible. yearns made a 'close study and speSialty of
to the Capital City. Cure for the treatment of C'A'T'AI:Ill. has : at lpt er- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ele
to the Capital City.. Cure for fwtN-l a Treaitment which when faithfully TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
It seems that snakes are getting to be IMPOVERISHED NERVES used. not only r'lives atALLAHASSEE, FLORIA.rn-
quite numerous in our part of the coun- THE WORST KIND OF POVERTY ently cures CATARIIIH. by retnoving the .'-6m.
ty, notwithstanding the cold weather. : se stopping the di.sharg's ad e.l ring all W KR
Last week Messrs. George and Willie because it means Despondency, Sleep- inflaninnation. It is the only remedy known i I. w. WAL KKt
Baum killed two large rattlesankes, and lessness, Loss of Memory,Worry, Emis- to science that aetu:iily re'i(' lite a it .Eli.T'ted
Baum killed two large rattlesankes, and parts. This wonderful renie'dyv is known :is A\TTORNEY-AT-! .AW.
Mr. John' Humphress killed one very sions, Failing Manhood, etc. If you 'SNIFFES. the AANT ) ce er Captl City Bank.
large one. have any of the above symptoms, TAItII[ (C'IRE," and is sold at the extremelyer Capitl City Bank.
arge one.ct for "MEXICAN MIXTURE" 'wll cure you. low .price of one dollar. each pI)kapge con- ( &LLAUASSEK. FLORIDA.
Mrs. J. P. Baum's prospect for young aniing intern:tl and external ined('iine suf- *. L-v Cho
chickens is very good, as she has quite When we say Cure we mean a positive '.lent for :a full m:nth's treatment and i v- ..
a number hatched outo cure and not a stimulant It will send erything neces.s-iry to its perfect use. i-R6U0 T. MYEiS.
One of Oak Dale vicinity's charming new, rich blood coursing through your ",,N'F,'i"i" tiie only perfect ('A- At
ne o ae ini rming gih stmTAralttI ( URE 'ever made aol Is now recog- ATTORNEY AT LAW, tome
young ladies Miss Mattie A. Saunders, sluggish system, replacing wasted tis nized as the onl" safe and positive cure for
oyu nlad+ Mnf iMato. iffnrd" np ., suires, strengthening your tired mental that annoying and dlinustin .. Ii' k LLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. theV


______________BIC$__ CENTERVILLE NOTES.
| Centerville, April 8.-Mrs. E. L. Bur-
C al l fllc dine with her two children came up last
week from St Augustine to spend some pF
Are a benefit to healthy women. .But to time with her father, J. B. Conner. It T Faner
eptm nt peculiar to their sex they are an injury, grandpa or grandchildren are deriving "The GArdener
When there is weak back er bearing- the greatest pleasure from this visit | and
r down pains, sidleache or other indications Saturday last there came from Talla- he Housewife
^ ^' 'S-- Lof womanly, weak- hassee to visit the family of Mr. Mar- The
ness, exercxie can shall Isler, a gentleman and his wife, It a premlti d name
Qnly rggravate the who are both so well known and highly theveanywew ordiy kind sod
the Station with satisfactory results E'o edition. The esteemed in our village that they are i &
yet this may be further improved by womahly health must spoken of as Gordon and Effle instead i Detro.itR t&.
placing a colter just in front of the he first restored be- of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce. They helped to
made on each side of the machine. fore strength can be swell the congregation at Pisgah church
In curing the hay the same process is developed by excr- on Sunday.
followed as in preparing hay from pea- cise. Tuesday Mrs. Katie Chandler Pope,
vines. Let the vines wilt on the ground Dr. Pierce's Fa- of St. L Mruis, came to haenjoy for a time
about forty-eight hours, then place in vorite Prescription of Centerville climate as the guest of Dr. a time Ll U N
small shocks and let.it cure for several makes weak women and Mrs. J. M. Cam The presence of
(lays. The danger from heating is some- strong wetland s theu parties nameduhaserved to en- er d M
what-less than in the case of pea-vines women l liven our villagerties named has erve is noth- D
a m d o ksthis by hcalfi theliven our village. In fact, there is noth-
as the mass does not pack down so v e ing very small about Centerville except *
closely, though it is well to taKe pre- womanly diseases ing very smal about Centerville except
~ution in the matter" and not make the which undernitie the its size. Dealer in Marble Foreign arc
ution in te matter and no make the C general health. It I ast week in Justice .J. B. Conn r's 1 domestic. Orders Filled on Short Notice 0
piles too large while curing. Care stops the drains that court Joseph;ie Whitaker, of el;ony ee his cuts and prices before sending
must also be exercised to avoid the -: weaken woimn,hcals hue, was convicted of Laving sto' n ten innev ontide the State. 44-ly
leaves dropping off and to accomplish -'-. i inl:mat'o i ul- hoigs at one tilni.
this the vines must be placed in th(. tn a cur ou rspo nt vi-t Mtrafe
(<-o:ks before the leaves become witih- female weness in Thomas county. Ga., recently, and
!'ed. Aft'r a little practice one can de- o;- v..in i rt com- was much surprised by the active pr'p- t F lS I -, +
termine when the vine is sufficily n r ... r a la mo thi
wi2lted. (_/.i i.i re,-.i : ii; ii '." .." (Nelir a itgot)
I-ilte. s. A. '.A" -:r. Q( titless eo fertilizer:s were be-r :S- O St-.,:, of :.:.:,, t oing:-,,rt, ig hi;rl::. roni tihe ar; ;yv the farm- + Mrs. F. R. LAMB, Prop. +
VAN'I S TO HI1AP OTHERS. ;, ;C ev.-.y one w.s rey to ,(is
"I h;ad stomach trouble all my life," n- n -*s andi rci)wt the "gl+ara-ted analysis + 4
';ays Edw. Mehler. proprietor of the "a ~ n,..,.. i a ,f hi:s favorite brana.d a dluntly as i v.rs ,;Il Iek t1T.1 iaa-e
In'lion Bottling Works, Erie, Pa., "anld tir fielinail Cat. V.s'.::()n <'fn+ the p"dia.ee of oe of like.
tried all kinds of remedies, went to sev- t .-v or two v( : 1..; I .tii: vor his cie thoroughli'd Je!rsey cows. comfortable Beds
eral doctors and spent considerable mne a-i:i:. .rt ';j;I : *, farmers not "waiting for + Pleasant Roorms,
money trying to get a moment's peace. vFaorit ';,-cripti., t. ",.,li n -<1 s'jmethifig to turn up." but are doing Excellent Fare.
Finally I read of Kodol Dyspiepsia Cure Discov-rv.' o,.m- via! or "' ".I:ii l'.i is.' :) the turning iup. On thO- occasion of that *
and have been taking it to my great I 'd e ;tt. ,f t- 1'i 1'c, e.r not -s.And all firt' 11;,ri :V i 1onn- l .up erviion
Now I f, I i n:'' "1 iww p' -r"r-, I c.:a 'I tha z 'i t.t to M et(.l fe this s(cl' Bl t (lid not +hiof+ h e l al rlIqir t 4 i cr. la fuIAp risaf" .4
satisfaction. I never found its equal for you i ir.,r itintd .viC and th gool much talking, but considerable think- up, ai Ir a $101 iup y the wek.
stomachh trouble and gladly recommend your melici- ,ii.:-i,,c -nme. ing. lie came home and ordered f!l'oi 4
I l havel a i,\ v r Wh'V is lakin.- vour ini-licine +
it in hope that I may help other suffer- and it ih,.;.e : .' ii- .'" .ii'nk.eonvill a si,, w,ly of f rtil i .s AI +
ers." Kodol Dyspepsia. Cure. cures alH AC i..c.. l.c:int Pellets promote- h;s fruit i( ,,. ,egtah'e g-(den. ACKS TO ALL TRAINS. 4
Ftoniach troubles. You don't have to -warit Ol tl o'.ts, Pl "sist the ;- i ltho fuih up to dt i :;;as !-t s,
diet. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digest atio of relaritvorite i'r;.'riptioli." No o- :-M;oonful ,f ii. 1i:' :s no-. eatin, ,jr'fen
what yoi eat. other laxative should be us.-d ivith Dr. iit': i n, .i:
Pierce's Mcdicines. :.' h's "i ors ho i:.;:' Aeil 0
POISON-.'D GIROUND. ; i :-. '; 1 ,of f -'t.!iz.-.. I toll
It does not seem to be known or gen- A- f a'I of iienr i J D e t.
,*rally understood among banners thai they were the guests or"f lis- s L- n f-; !iz. like ih 'i-ness '!:.r "iv
il. is not possible to yard fowls on th(. (i Gert'ude Millcr'. l :,*'. to .*il.crii.^. T', :i;
s..,me soil year after year. and ,'etain Mr. Pr L. i iilingsle, rii c ;{ is 'ebu' ,, .. ..': .. iI :;..t g ti t P r tcr
i." h) I lth of tl:"' fow ls. Continuou.s ; tiP to T ..ail i s.e S;itidi' i.' r' s ;. ( ',i ; :. !. 0. 4 "
:inn-liig on any soil wiil finally poison l o1;':. (Ge'org(' S'i;;iiison l' It W.(edns- 3 .,; M.' i ) s i i :'s rCrai _Cr, and
it. W ith this poison lthe fowls ,ornme i.> (,'.y ftfi e'.o ii v'' ,th .:! 2 'i.'i- hi. i, .: ....... i : i. <, COd F inishs H
i;; n ig ht a day'; th (e;nr syst'r( l A L. r'. C 'i'.a i) 'g;in ,l.. 'g corn 'l.; ; : .. .... .t -
siilsorb it, and ithe n mniero:ls ;lls t., la--t week. ., .; : L d
whichh t'i e hey -ie siibl)j(e t in a stat'. o; The (l 'ilrising ,;.;., i"oti, s ,: ;,., :.,] h:, :;" ',, ..'.' '.; "..u c li,itzz' ,his. o lI :il b1
S',!.istica:tion is the- ri'-;;!lt. ;i '(ld th(e':r c('oltol i;itit la:,t w .k N i : i;)(i i I: .I oI c'. ftiri r f c4l ore d 1 i as
Illood an.d ~aisue ;ar co'ii os(d o of Cd;tytfS l:tt' ki:, '::: ;. :' ,, ,i-. a t e ."! n i g '
food. drink, and air, and nothing g A !se. A;lo,. y toxi.i :.". h''1 nl l'. ;.-ti ii L.-
Soils sho;(ld be miu;d,. to grow v' -t" Ve h lad soinit ( l 'Forida u+atL l"I: I V hI'.r i i i.l:: ;ts, piese m;;k in es r H l s hous
tion one or two seasons in order to takr la.st w:ek. ia;ter '.,'::-: ,'arin eC ougil ;'.)ort a;-d go ';i ) i d. a i;timt ,Satitsal out the ;anmonia and carbonic acid ti"' JulAly .an.l the H'xt (iy ('old C'"g "' u ;ilit('Qed ,liJ all w',rk.
gase's. Complete renmov;il to new ground ior FelH'uy.
ever(3 year has Ibeen found to pl)'odi(e Mr. iE. 1. Biliingsley began corn Ir.l.a 4-6 6 aW^O^M -iM^ .
the very best results. The soil (occu- planting last we. e o-
pi.rd the year before can be used to Mr. E. L. Smith, of Chaires, called on i
grow grain, grasses, and vegetables for Mr. J. P. Baum last week. f l lKI"D A I med
one or two years,-then the fowls may be Mr. Willie lPow.ell, a "hustling" L.I 4 es
returned, thus affording a continuous young farmer of New Hope dairy farm, i
rotation of occupancy with the best re- was a pleasant visitor in our vicinity F( 1l
suilts to the fowls and the crops, the last Sunday evening. Fa
one assiting the other. From a merci- Messrs. George and Willie Baum be- Fla.
ful as well as economical point of view gan planting cotton yesterday.
poultry should be kept in the highest Mr. L. S. Crump visited the Capital The
state of vigor. It is also necessary for City Saturday.
reasons, for the flesh of fowls kept on Mr. H. E. Carmine and daughters, WNS RE EF
poisonous soil canont be fit to eat. Misses Sadie, Mary C. and Hallie, at-
In passing farms along the country tended divine services at Pisgah Sun- A really healthy woman has lit- D *'
roads notice the patch of bare earth day.
which can be seen at quite a distance. Mr. H. C. Billingsley, one of Black tie pain or discomfort at the
This patch of earth, devoid of vegeta- Creek's extensive planters, was driving menstrual period. No woman "w' D R CTO
tion, though surrounded by it, has been around in our neighborhood last Fri- needs to have any. W-ine of
for many generations the spot where day. ave of
the fowls have been confined from their Mr. John Humphress, one of our pros- Cardui will quickly relieve those T
birth to their death. The earth all perous farmers, made a business trip smarting The Requirements
around teems with green herbage. The to Tallahassee Saturday. ng menstrual pains and
fowls reach out in vain to get a taste of Misses Mattie Saunders, Clifford the dragging head, back and Of the Occasion ^.
this food which they know by instinct Baum and Mr. George Baum attended side achrs caused by falling of -
is what they greatly need, but it is be- preaching at Pisgah in the forenoon on will receive prompt attention when en-
yond their reach, and they must be con- Sunday, and in the afternoon at Oak the womb anc irregular menses. trustedito us..
tent with the vile smelling, poisoned Dale. ml I" W ri I We will take entire charge as soon as
earth, and such green food as may.bJe Everything was getting dry out here OF *notifie(of death ard make all arrange-
thrown to them occasionally. What and we were beginning to need rain ke a arrange-
wonder fowls are so often diseased! badly, the young vegetables were about has brought permanent relief to ments ifor, and conduct
A movable coop would be an econom- to dry up, but yesterday we had a fine 1,oo000,000 women who suffered F U N E R A LS
ical device on any place where hens are shower. i
kept. Hens are natural scavengers and Mr. Homer Hanks was taken very ill every mn'..ih. It makes the men- in a manner highly satisfactory to all
will not only keep down useless vege- Sunday, and seemed to be a great deal strual orga-s sroi' and hIltly concerned.
station, but will rid the ground of grubs worse yestc'rdlay. Dl)r. Stokes, of Lloyd, T a c "y. Charges are moderate.
and insects, making a great saving in is treating him. We hope for his re- It is the t rovjision made by Xa- Metallic, Wood and Cloth covered
the hen feed bill. cover soon. ture to yve women relief from caskets. 0
A good plan which involves very lit- Master Willie Ross Baum attended the terrib achcsand pains wch
tie troubl)le is to move the yard from one pre aching at Gak Dale Sunday. rrl aches and pin which
side of the hen house to the other,-thus Mr'. B. F. Waller lhns gone bak to blight so :a,.yv homeS.. S. P. CZE A ,
giving the hens fresh, clean feeding W:cissa again to take a position. We -.' LA., Oct. 14, 1900 T la
ground. were somewhat mistaken in; regard to I havo b.., v icl: for 'so i Tallahassee, Fla.
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tsinatot
"It's
Lyon,sp
well I remembered the broad, know it
rehead, the steady, yet mild habit. -
the firm lism, the elevated, su- bar rooD
bearing of the man I had once be anot
seen in that-place, and on a like Maine 1
His form was slightly bent chance i
his hair was whiter; his eyes I "Why
back in his head; his face thin- ance tic
and marked with deeper lines; and "Why
was in the whole expression of Lyon.
face a touching sadness. Yet, su- "I tho
r to the marks of time and suffer- "NotI
an unflinching resolution was visi- own intf
in his countenace, that gave to it a were kn(
ity, and exacted involuntary re- if every
ct. He stood still, after advancing and his
few paces, and then, his searching house."
having discovered his son, he said "It's a
jdly, yet firmly, and with such a Hargrov
"Wngth of parental love in his voice on our
at resistance was scarcely possible: election.
"Edward! Edward! Come, my son." "You
"Don't go." The words were spoken erate m
an undertone, and hIe who uttered blind w
Dm turned his face away from Mr. man. "
Wrgrove, so that the old man could face, an
It see the motion of his lips. A little 'Come
bile before, he had spoken bravely you, Mr.
ainst the father of Edward; now, he Mr. H
mid not sta id up in his presence. went ou
Looked at e.dward. He d(lid not move room, F
mM where lihe was sitting, and yet I "Wha
Iw that to resist his father cost him he is!"
0 light struggle. "Who
"Edward. 'i'here was nothing im- Why
ftive--!notii'g stern--nothing com- boldly.
1pding in the father's voice; but its "You'l
pat, its almost irresistible power, lay "It w1
giIts expression of the father's belief marked
j.t his son wvoull instantly leave the At th
hce. And(! it wa this power that pre- stalked
aled. l.d:::l ;,rose. and, witi. eyes the dis
mt upon tlh loor. was moving away gart.
Wim his (.co;:'!,i.aio;s, when Frank loans fig
lade ex(la iimd: Thei
"Poor. f,::k feol!" a miser
It wvas a li;-'htning flash of indigna- At w
ion, ratlh"'r hau a mere glance from much o
he h-i',:'t ye,. that Mr. Ilargrove Into a
rew ii'sta.tluy upon Frank; while his him to
ine fonim sprung iup erect. Tie did not "You
Beak. bli rwrlyA uxed him with a like th


ook. F
is he
ritheri
"Now
u some
nSough
Why (1
Nobody
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Ir. 1H
"It's
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"I w
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fully.
"If y
rou do
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Whom
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Hargn
It is ni
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Strike
"Apart
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MUst 1

"Thi
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-s -uy tiwme." He Pore in
0 undertoe. "Whya wi yo
re"
a bad place, I know," replied
peaking out boldly, "and we all
- But Wt, Mr. Hargrove-,
That's the cursed thing! If the
ms were all shut up there would
her story to tell. Get us the
aw, and there will be some
for us."
don't you vote the temper-
ket?" asked Mr. Hargrove.
did I? you'd better ask," said

Dught you voted against us."
L Ain't quite so blind to my
rest as that And, if the truth
own, I should not at all wonder
man in this room, except Slade
on, voted on your side of the

little strange, then," said Mr.
re, "that with the drinking men
side, we failed to secure the

must blame that on your mod-
en, who see no danger and go
ith their party," answered the
We have looked the evil in the
d know its direful quality."
e,! I would like to talk with
. Lyon."
argrove, his son and Mr. Lyon
A together. As they left the
'ratk Slade said:
t, a cursed liar and hypocrite

'" was asked.
, Lyon," answered Frank.

better say that to his face."
uldn't be good for him," re-
ne ofthe company.
s Frank started to his feet,
bout the room, and put on all
sting airs of a drunken Lxrag-
,en his father saw the ridicu-
e he cut, and growled out:
Frank, that'll do. Don't make
ble fool of yourselfW"'
ich FrFank retorted, with so
insolence that his father flew
wearing passion, and ordered
ave the bar-room.
an go out yourself if you don't
company. I'm very well satis-


"rank (u:-(led his lip impotently, nea, a swe,' franK.
triei to return the old man's "Lea this room, you impudent
ni g-l,.(-fs, young oundrel!
7. lik hn:!r said Simon Slade, '"Cn go, my amiable friend." said
e wrth. there's been just about Frank, ith a cool self-possession that
of this. I'm getting tired of it. maddel (d his father. who got up has-
lon't yo'i ke'p Ned at home? tily. a moved across the bar-room to
y wants him here." the ph e where he was standing.
use to sell him liquor," returned "Go ut, I tell you!" Slade spoke
argrove. resolute y.
my trade to sell liquor," ans- "Wo .d be happy to oblige you."
Slade, bollly. Frank ;aid, in a taunting voice, "but
wish you. had a more honorable 'pon n word, it isn't at all conven-
," said Hargrove, almost mourn- ient."
Half ntoxieated as he was. and al-
'ou insult my father, I'll strike ready early blind with- passion. Slade
)wn!" exclaimed Frank Slade, lifted is hand to strike his son. .And
g up and assuming a threatening the bl w would have fallen had not
some ( caught his arm, and held him
aspect filial devotion, meet it back "om the meditated violence.
I will," calmly replied Mr. Har- oven ic debased visitors of this bar
"I only wish it had a better room mid not stand by and see nature
tion in this case. I only wish outra: d in a bloody strife between
her had merited-" father' nd son; for it was plain from
1 not stain my page with the the fa_ and quickly assumed attitude
oath that Frank Slade yelled, of Fralk, that if his father had laid his
than uttered, as, with clenched hand, pon him, he would have struck
.sprung toward Mr. Hargrove. him ir- return.
e he reached the unruffled old I cot Id not remain to hear the awful
rho stood looking at him as one imprecations that father and son, in
look into the eyes of a wild their impotent rage, called down from
confident that he could not heaver upon each other's heads. It was
the gaze-a firm hand grasped the nU)st shocKing exhibition of de-
n, and a rough voice said: pravel human nature that I had ever
st there, young man! Tough a seen. 'And so I left the bar room, glad
that white head, and I'll wring to escape from its stifling atmosphere
eck off." and r,$voltig scenes.
n!" As Frank uttered the man's
he raised his first to strike him. NIGHTE THe. NINTH.
ient the clenched hand remained ia;:it:L', ('N-i'MMA'TION.
in the air; then it fell slowly to Nei other Slade nar his son was pres-
e, and he contented himself with et a!the breakfast table on the nextL
h and a vile epithet. :vornijg. As for myself, I did not eat
i can swear to your heart's con- with iuch a)petite. Whether this de-
It will do nobody any harm but fcct aros from the state of my mind,
If," coolly replied Mr. Lyon, or t!ri tate of the food set before me,
I now recognized as the person 1 did~l ot stop to inquire; but left the
rhom I had held several conver- stiflin'., offensive atmosphere of the
s during previous visits. r:inin room in a very few moments
ink you, Mr. Lyon," said Mr. after :entering that usually attractive
ove. "for this manly interference. place-for a hungry man.
d1.more than I should have ex- A few early drinkers were already in
from you." the bar room-men with shattered
ever suffer a young man to nerve& and cadaverous faces, who could
an old man," said Lyon firmly. not ltgin the day's work without the
from that, Mr. Hargrove, there stimiflus of brandy or whisky. They
other reasons why your person came1 in, with gliding footsteps, asked
be free from violence where I for what they wanted in low voices,

s is a bad place for you, Lyon," drank in silence, and departed. It was
s is a bad place or you yo, a melancholy sight to look upon.
r. Hargrove;- "and I've said so to AbAut nine o'clock the landlord
made: his appearance. He, too, came
glidi g into the bar room, and his first
act was 4-to seizeF upon a brandy decan-
ter, jour out nearly half a pint of the
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flery liquid, and drink it of. How
his hand shook--o badly that hem p
ed the brandy both in pouring it
and lifting the glass to his lipe!.
a shattered wreck he was! He loo
really worse now than he did on t
day before, when drink gave an
fielal vitality to his system, a teo
to his muscles, and light to his
tenance. The miler of ten years
and the tavern-keeper of today!
could have identified them as one?
Slade was turning from the bar whea'
a man came in. I noticed an instant
change in the landlord's countenance
He looked startled; almost frighten -IA.
The man'drew a small package from-
his pocket, and after selecting a paper
therefrom, presented it to Slade, whole
received it with a nervous reluctance,
opened, and let his eye fall upon the
writing within. I was observing himn
closely at the time, and saw his coun-
tenance flush deeply. In a moment or
two it became pale again-paler even
than before.
"Very well-all right. I'll attend to
it," said the landlord, trying to recover
himself, yet swallowing with every
sentence.
The man who was no other than a
sheriff's deputy, and who gave him a
sober, professional look, then went out
with a firm step, and an air of impor-
tance. As he passed through the outer
door, Slade retired from the bar room.
"Trouble coming." I heard the bar-
keeper, speaking partly to himself and
partly with the view. as was evident
from his manner, of leading me to
question him. But this I did not feel
that' it was right to do.
"Got the sheriff on him at last," add-
ed the bar-keepr.
"What's the matter, Bill?" inquired
a man who now c:,me in with a bust-
ling. important air, and leaned famil-
iarly over the bar. "Who was .Jenkins
aftfrr?"


(To be continued.)

W\OODVI ILL,- WVARIBLI N ,S.
Woodville, April 8.-The f:-rmers
are all abont done planting aLd gardens
vre looking well.
Mr. It!)l).rts. of Monticel!e, repre-
senting the Monticello Drug Co., was
here o.ce day this week.
M'.: Alex.ander, of the Pinhook, was
ovc-r h,-re Saturday.
Mr. John Boatriglit was oer on Sat-
*u'i:ry and brought filty bunch rs of
nt:iihga tfiurni;.s, which he readily dis-
p;osed o-) at five cents per bunch.
Mr. D. L. Crosby and Miss Annie
Causn naux, both of Woodville, wcrec
;iulti:y niarried last Sunday afternoon
at the residence of the bride's parents,
.ev. W. F. Haskins officiating.
r. iH. G. Lewis had sixty-four panels
of f:incing burnedd Saturday. Cauihtt
from the woods.
Cf)i. John S. Fer cl, of Wakulla. was
(I,;'T r Sa tui day.
Mir. .io. L. Roblinson and H. G. Lewis
leit yeste:day for Tallahaosee and wil!
return today.
Mr. F. C. Williamson Went to Craw-
fordville yesterday on business.


Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right.

Foley's Honey and Tr
cures colds, prevents pneumonia.

Foley's Honey and Tar
for chidren,safe,sure. No opiates.

KING oL MALARIA
Is king of all CHILL TONICS.


/1


*

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


Marcus' New Saloon


I our ExtraTrousers


. '1 ~ZUhlil'44211lViWl'd L''.iW~


Look Carefully


To Your Kidneys




Dr. Jenner's

Kidney Pill4


cause the kidneys to work as
nature intended they should.
They build up tne shrunken
walls of the ioLneys, as, no
known remedy has been found
to do before.
As a cure for urinary troubles
they have no equal.


10, 25, 50 Cents mB

R. L. COLLINS,

Druggist,
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

Dont Force

Your Bowels
with harsh minerals which
always leave bad after-effects
on the entire system, and where
their use is persisted in, tend to
completely wreck the stomach
and bowels.

..USE..

Edgar/s Cathartic

Confections

The only harmless, vegetabk,
bowel regulator, and liver vitalizer
known.
As pleasant to the taste as
candy, and as positive as the harsh-
est mineral. No gripe or pain.
1 0,25,50 cents.

R. L. COT:T1TNS,

Druggist,
TALLAHIASSEE, FLORIDA.


Schedule Effective March. 1901.:
.\,>-i! & l s:: t. *;s 1 :: j 2t; | :; South. | [ 27 31-0
L.v .';,-k.s'nvi', 4 ::'1,,: 11o 1Io l uI S i 7 '.;t [.v .h:-ksoiville 4 op !) -' 2 a S 2 8
.A.r -',Vrn','ia. i; oi)).,il ::',>i '> qp ...... 4\r. lBallwin ....... 4 ::Tp lo oi7a ') 3 i
.\r 1:''nsv:'k. I 1 I;: 1 4;-,pi 1 l rke .. ... .. .- 4 I i i
r -avnni ...... 1 :> lima l olp Ar. \VWaldo ....... o4; :p 411 1401 411
Ar Faui- ... .. : ..I 1 i ...... ;. ain,.sville ..... I; 4Sp 12 ...
Is.\- ,3,,,, .T' ".... ,.,%
A" < '. l; -i r i p 1 >.->; .j ....... \ r. r 'l:im ia. ..... t q : :.-; .. Ar. ivJ:r Ke.y ..... ; ...... ...
A lr (': .l i... ..... .. l 411) \r ...,. Ar. Sil .pring .. ..... 1 :4 4 ,
Ar iii :t .. ... .. .Ar. W il v., ,d l w .... ...... .. 1 4111 1 4 k
Ar 4o. Pines....... 1.i 17n ...... Ar. LI.shur. ........... : 17p :!
r. I & 'i n'.... .. .... .. .. 30.17..1) 43' 4
Ar l:;hi ..n .. 7 :;.-; i ''o...... ... :. 4.;) 4 7 .L
Ar ().l't.(' f. it t ..... .1 a :',' t Arr. )tla City ... ........ 4 4p 1
A \isiigl .... S '.. \r. I'lt i ..............4 5-4p 4
A.r l:t '7 ........1 : AI......A. 'I'aa............... 40 1
Ar. .ilht i .>r . : A r. 11 nt4rl-)o . 1. 401p .7 .
A |'ln .'i l.pt .l.j.a.. .1 :;(;>l," 2 ->.:i! 4
Ar New <,,rk. .... .[ 4 2:>p! *; :; ''''' .. 'r, 43p 4 4
1 -i]v. 'i-':;Ih Pa.s ......... 1 4.;p 4
'>st & N.,w\ <;'lans. I ?! 3 1 Ar. ('lh:,ires. .............. 2 ;( ip 4 "2__
lv.-. ..inks i, ill14e ............. 4 7 pi '. 2 :t Ar. l ......le .V. ....... 2 :t4 p .
Ar. l.;'ke ('ity ............ 42.! 1.1 Ta: Ar. )riflon ................ ..2 ,5 4 5
Ar. Live O)ak ............. ; 4Sp! 2 413*p? Ar. Montic'ello ............ :1 isp ..
Ar. Montoislo .............. l p 1"2 5p Ar. Arcnville .............. 3 2p 5
Ar l s < p Ar. a sn .. .
Ar. .wivlni ........ ...... 51 :: 17 p Ar. lreetville .......... .. 4 5p .
Ar. ':llI:ItdirkSs .............14-, 1,T .'!1p Ar. M disonS4f. ................. 4 "2p 54 (o
A t. Quinoy .................... 4 1 71 Ar. I.lmavi le ...............4 2itp 6
Ar. niver .nnmtin ............... .5 4,p) Ar. Live' Oak ............ 4 4.14p ( 4
Ar r. 'nsa-oCit ............ .. .....! 211 1 1Op Ar. WD llforn ............. o.~) 4 a A
Ar. 1, l M...i.............. ... 48 "2 .551a Ar. L:tke ('ity ............ n. 5 27p 7 '$0
Ar. New )rleans ......... ...... 7 2'5a Ar. Oinstpe .............. .. 52D 8
n......d ,Ar. McClenny ...............; 30p 8
Ar. Baldwin.............. 48p 9
Ar. Jacksonville .......... 7 25p 10
Train No. :34. the Florida and Metropolitan Limited, solid vtstibuled train, PullimJ
equipment. Iw ween St. Augustine, JacksonV ille and New York. via Richmond and Wa-
ington. Vestibuled day coaches between Jaclksonville and Washington. Train 31 ,-
ri(s 'Pullmanu Bffet sleeping cars I'wtween JJacksonville and Tampa, and Pullman But
slippers between Jacksonville and Orlando. i At
No. :'4 carries drawing room Pullman slee per Jacksonville to Old Point Comfort,
Iti('hmind and ('. & 4). Ity.
Nio. (;(. Siealiard Fast Mail. Day coaches,; mail. baggage and express cars betwe
J:iksonville and Washington. and Pl'illma:u i eelpers Ibetween Jacksonville and New Yo 0.
No. 27. Putllman P'arlhr cars ,betw<'en .IJae' sonville and Tampa.
No. 13. connects at Starke fer l.:'riosse. A :Ilchlia., Willeford, Wannee and intermediy
poi'lts. and at Archer within E:rly lird Itr:in ch.
Nos. 2 and 1. Pullman shlejw'r lbetwi'n Nev w Orleans and Ja'ksonville. -
S!;atners for Key WVest and Ilavana--Iea ve Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays and F
(days. 4; :34o 1. m.
Nos. 2 and 1. Pullman sleeper Ihetw.een Neo w Orleans and Jacksonville. "
Fuill information at Ticket )li'e. 'Pine .5 !4. II. '. llHopkins, Agent.
JAS. M. IBA I I, It. I. 1. N'II. A. 4). MacDONELL, a
1st V.-I. & G;. M.. ;Une. Iss. Agent. Asst. Gen. PaI'. Age%
Portsmouth, Va. W II. PILEASANTS, Jacksonville, Fla. `
Trafie Man;ager.


TIME TABLE


Lousville & Nshville Railroad
In Effect April 14, 1901.


No. 1No. T
1'2:35 n'n Il1 :415 Jm
2:2'2) rn1 :4112 it
4:122 mai 2:55 )am
8:25 Pill ,7: (Patin


No. 2
11:051 pm
I;:15 aml
2:3:0 am
7:'2) am
7:29 am


No. 21
1 :.' pim
2:15 ni" t
2::4) n'Wt
2:23in'l
2::.)n't
2:30 n't
2:"- 58n't
1 :30 am
1 :55 am
2:-24 aln
2:33 am
2 ::M am
3.23 am
4:( 3 am
4.18 am
4:40 am
5:00 am
5:(0Sani
5i;33 am
S(;:< 6:3)0 am
7:(0) am
7:30) am
7:40 am
7:58 am
8:15 am


............ I en a( tla...........
............ Floniiatonii...... ...
...............Mobile ......... ..
........ New Orleans...........
Ir i .


No. 3
Ar :30) a:n
Lv 2:35 am
Lv 12::M ) n' t
Lv 8:00 pm


No 1 No. 1
12::35.oin .v ........... Pensaeola...... ...... Ar 4: 6:340pm Ar ............Moutgomery........... Lv 11I:15.am
4:12 pin Ar ........... Biriinguhaim....... Lv 8:33 am
9:241;aim Ar.............Louisvilie............. Lv 9:15 pm
11 :.51 am Ar ..... ......(Cincinati............ Lv 6:M) pm
1::30pm Ar ...........St. Iouis ......... .. Lv 4:15pm
PENSACOJ A AND RIVER JUNCTION.


No.:3
7-M) am Lv
'7::13 alit

7:25 am
7:28 am
:35 am

A::*], am
98:3 am
8::04 am
s::3.> am

!o:14 am
I):i7 atim
10:15 am
10::) am
10:47 am
11:07 am
11:25 .ini
11:45 am
'1l:52 am
12-t2 n' n
.12:5l-n'n


S .. .... Pensarola.... .......
............... Bohemia..............
...... ... .... Ynie-tra ... .. ....
.............. El'amlbia............
......... ....M ulat..............
......... .......Harp............
.. ........ (;alt City... ..........
............... ilton ..............
........... ;ood IH nge ...........
........... ....Htlolts...............
.... .......illigan...............
..............Crestview............
......... .. eerland....... ......
.............Mosy hlad .........
.........I.DFunizak Springs........
..............Argyle................
......... .Ponce de Leon............
.............Westville.............
........... Caryville..............
......... ...Bonilay .............
.............Chipley....... .......
............Cottondale. ...........
........ ....Marianna.............
...... .......Cypre s.... ..........
............ Grand Ridge..........
............. ..Sneeds..............
Ar......... .River Junction.........


No. 2
Ar 10t:.0 pm
10:37 pm
10::3 1 pm
10:32 pm
1):23 pin
10:21 pm
10:15 pin
10:10 pm

9:21)'pin
9:13 pm
8:.5' pm
8:40opm
S18 pmn
7:14 pm
7:29 pm
7:17 pm
7:12 pm
(;:. pm
6:37 pm
6:18 pm
7:4)4 pm
5:38 pm
5:32pm
5:21pm
Lv 5:10


Carrabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia R.
PASSENGER SCHEDULESEFFE TriVE SEPT. 3. 1900.

read Down.


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5:45qn




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-. 5 THE WfllxLYTALjLAlAS9RRAN: FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1902. ]
- 44,"


Fo SHOIt FOR m m S O"dow '


POINTED PARAGRAPHS OATH '
ERED HERE ANVI THERE

BY TALLAHASSEEAI REPORTERS /
-


-,1
* II


is the fact that be keeps your clothing
nicely pressed when you get a suit from
him. His line of samples is the finest
ever shown in Tallahassee.
LITTLE JEWELS.
E]'ry mother that has a child has a
Jewe. more precious to her and worth
more than the King of England's col-
lection of diamonds, etc. Pity the lit-
tle one that is rapidly losing its health
because its mother does not know it has
worms, and that a 25 cent bottle of
Mother's Worm Syrup will expel them
quickly.


BEST


I THE

LS
oe a of the
. hs.?.^1^


i You Don't Find it Here Look
Elsewhere

Don't fail to see military parade, at 2
o'lock, and the slide ~ the tobaggan
at 2:30 sharp at Shine' cotton yard on
April 16th.
The infant son of Mr.: and Mrs. H. D.
Hartt is of an inquiring-turn. On Mon-
day he picked up a diamond ring which
Mrs. Hartt had laid doAn. Child-like,
he placed it in his mo'ith. When the
mother tried, to take the ring from the
baby he swallowed it. No ill effects
have followed.
Mr. M. M. McC-ord, who has just
graduated from the Atlantat Medical
College, arrived in Tjillahassee Wed-
nesday night to spend.a few days witn
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mc-
Cord. The young-M. will locate in
Whigham, Ga., for th practice of his
profession for a sho time, when he
will go to New Yor to take a post
graduate course.
CHRONIC BRONCI ITIS CURED.
"For ten years I hid chronic bron-
chitis so bad that at times I could not
speak above a waispir," writes Mr.
Joseph Coffman, of ontmorenci, Ind.
"I tried all remedies ailable, but with
no success. Fortuna ely my employer
suggested that I try ley's Honey and
Tar. Its effect was most miraculous,
and I am now cured the disease. On
my recommendation any people have
used Foley's Honey a d Tar and always
with satisfaction."
Rev. J. S. Crowle of Leopoldville,
Congo Free State, A rica, will address
the congregation at the Presbyterian
church Sunday moi ing. There will
be a union service the church Sun-
day night, at which Mr. Crowley will
also speak. The 'subject of these ad-
dresses will be miss n work in Africa.
The public is cordially invited to at-
tend. While in thq city Mr. Crowley
will be the guest of Itev. S. L. McCarty,
wao was a college iate at the South-
western Presbyteria. University.
Horsemen and stck owners gener-
ally have their attention called to the
notice of Mr. B. Jorlan, the veterinary
surgeon, in another part of this paper.
Dr. Jordan comes highly recommended
as a veterinarian, -nd in addition to
treating the various diseases to which
horses are subject, 'ives special atten-
tion to diseases of 4tattle and hogs.
The King's Daugtters will give a
"tacky party" at tlje armory this eve-
ning. The boys anil girls will have a
big time and visitors will be sure to
enjoy the sport. The girl and boy wear-
ing the costumes considered the "tack-
iest" will receive *Irizes. A small ad-
mission fee will bf charged, the pro-
coeeds to go to the hospital being erected
by the King's Daughters. Everybody
cordially invited t4 be present.
On account of tire Confederate Vet-
erans' Reunion at .Dallas, Texas, April
22d to 25th inclusive, the Seabord Air
Line will sell excursion tickets at the
rate of $19.10 for the round trip from
Tallahassee. Tickets will be sold April
18th to 21st with final limit to May 2d.
4 + +
THE TAX BOOKS.
Treasury Department. State of Flor-
ida, Comptroller's Office, Tallahas-
see, March, 25: 1902.
Mr. W. A. Demilly, Tax Collector Coun-
ty of Leon:
Dear Sir-In view of the fact that the
law requires the tax books to close on-
the first Monday in April, please kindly
let me have report of March collections
on taxes promptly at the close of the
month. Very truly yours,
A. C. CROOM, Comptroller.
The above order leaves the Tax Col-
lector no discretion in the matter. The
books must close on above d(late.
W. A. DEMILLY,
A.4-2t. Tax Collector.
Mr. M. Goodman, the merchant tailor,
has a change of ad in this issue. Mr.
Goodman has been in business in Tal-
lahassee the past three years and dur-
ing that time has won an enviable
reputation as a maker of fine clothing.
He is an experienced cutter and fitter,
and guarantees satisfaction every time.
One feature about Mr. Goodman's work


Gibbs has 50 head of cattle, 100 sheep
and eight horses and mules. He says
that the crop outlook at the present
time is bright, although the farmers
have been delayed in planting.
+4 4-


FOR SALE-At a bargain, the church
pews formerly used in the Episcopal
church. Apply to T. H. RANDOLPH.
1m

j VETERINARY SURGEON.
I will practice veterinary, medicine
and surgery in this and adjoining coun-
ties. Treat all kinds of stock and any
of the diseases arising among them,
known to veterinary science. Those
hasvins atnrk ir trw t will aln rally n a


OLD DUST
wl clean anything eanabe-clothes and dishes.
pots and pam. floors and doors-m fact anything
from cellar t- at GOLD DUST lightens labor.
lessens care.
Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
Chicago, New York. Boston. St. Louis.
Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.

Bartholomew's horse show is no fake,
but the best educated horses in the
world. Tallahassee, April 16th, at
Shine's cotton yard.
A CHATTANOOGA DRUGGIST'S
STATEMENT.
Robt. J. Mill, proprietor of the Read
House Drug Store, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., writes: "There is more merit in
Foley's Honey and Tar than in any
other cough syrup. The calls for it mul-
tiply wonderfully and we sell more of it
than all other cough syrups combined."
S+ + +
Governor and Mrs. W. S. Jennings
and Miss Mann returned to the Capital
City Sunday from a delightful trip to
historic old St. Augustine. They were
royally entertained while in that city.
SHE DIDN'T WEAR A MASK.
But her beauty was completely hidden
by sores, blotches and pimples tiil she
used Bucklen's Arnica Slave. Then
they vanished, as will all Eruptions,
Fever Sores, Boils, Ulcers. Carbuncles
and Felons from its use. Infallible for
Cuts, Corns, Burns, Scalds and Piles.
Cure guaranteed. 25c at all druggists.
The annual meeting of the stockhold-
ers of the Carrabelle, Tallahassee and
Georgia railroad was held Tuesday
morning in the company's office. The
old board was re-elected, as follows:
S: D. Chitteriden. C. M. Zeb. W. C.
Clark, F. T. Myers. and J. P. Cantrell.
OLD SOLDIER'S EXPERIENCE.
M. M. Austin, a civ1l war veteran, of
Winchester,. Ind., writes: "My wife was
sick a long time in spite of good doc-
tor's treatment, but was wholly cured
by Dr. King's New Life Pills, which
worked wonders for her health." They
always do. iry them. Only 25c at all
drug stores.
EVERY HEALTHY BOY
lik, to get himself into places of dan-
ger. Hence bruises, strains and sprains.
Mother scolds and brings out the: bot-
tle of Perry Davis' Painkiller and rubs
it on the injured spots with an energy
and frequency depending on the seri-
ousness of the case. There is nothing
like Painkiller to take out the soreness.
There is but one Painkiller, Perry
Davis.' Price 25c and 50c.
Attend the "tacky party" to be given
tonight at the armory, by the King's
Daughters. The proceeds will be de-
voted to the hospital fund. The King's
Daughters are erecting a hospital on
South Monroe street. and will need all
the money they can get.

DREADFUL ATTACK OF WHOOP-
ING COUGH.
Mrs. Ellen Harlison, of 300 Park ave.,
Kansas City, Mo., writes as follows:
"Our two children had severe attack
of whooping cough, one of them in par-
oxysm of coughing would often faint
and bleed at the nose. We tried every-
thing we heard of without getting re-
lief. We then called in our family doc-
tor who prescribed Foley's Honey and
Tar. With the very first does they be-
gan to improve and we feel that it has
saved their lives." Refuse substitutes.
Mr. Hirschberg has had a substantial
tile sidewalk placed around his new
building on Monroe street. This is the
handsomest business house in the city.
The upper story is used as law offices.
On the ground floor the south room is
occupied by tire Southern Express Com-
pany. The corner room will be used as
a billiard parlor and cigar store, and
will be a very attractive resort.
Mr. G. G. Gibbs, a prominent farmer
and stock raiser just north of Tallahas-
see, was in the city Saturday. Mr.
Gibbs has a farm of 600 acres, a large
part of which is in cultivation, the re-
mhainder being used for stock grazing.
He will have about 100 acres planted in
corn this year, 40 acres in oats and 40
acres in cotton, besides a considerable
portion devoted to beans, vegetables,
cane, potatoes, etc. At present Mr.


Duval Bros.'


Cash Store


Prof. Bartholomew's. big trained
horse show will exhibit in this city on
Wednesday, April 16th, at the cotton
yard. This is said to be one of the best
aggregations of equine wonders on the
road. The horses possess an iptelli-
gence that is almost human, and at the
word of command perform the most'
difficult feats. Mr. A. S. Wells, of this
city, is manager and part owner of the
show. He is well known to nearly ev-
erybody in this section, and pledges his
word that the performance will be well
worth the price of admission.
SHOT IN HIS LEFT LEG.
For all kinds of sores, burns, bruises,
or other wounds, DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is a sure cure. Skin diseases yield
to it at once. Never fails in caes of
piles. Cooling and healing. None gen-
uine but DeWitt's. Beware of counter-
feits. "I suffered for many years from
a sore caused by a gun shot wound in
my left leg," says A. S. Fuller, English,
Ind. "It would not heal and gave me
much trouble. J used all kinds of reme-
dies to no purpose until I tried DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. A few boxes com-
pletely cured me."
Mrs. R. C. Dunn returned to Talla-
hassee yesterday after a pleasant visit
of over two weeks with relatives and
friends in Madison.
TOT CAUSES NIGHT ALARM.
"One night my brother's baby was
taken with Croup." writes Mrs. J. C.
Snider, of Crittenden, Ky., "It seemed
it would strangle before we could get a
doctor, so we gave it Dr. King's New
Discovery, which gave quick relief, and
permanently cured it. We always keep
it in the house to protect our children
from Croup and Whooping Cough. It
cured me of a chronic bronchial trouble
that no other remedy would relieve."
Infallible for Coughs, Colds, Throat
and Lung Troubles. 50c and $l.00.
Trial bottles free at all drug stores.
PNEUMONIA IS ROBBED OF ITS
TERRORS.
By Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops
the racking cough and heals and
strengthens the lungs. If taken in time
it will prevent an attack of pneumonia.
Refuse substitutes.



This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
the remedy that cures a eoek in one day

One Cent- a World.
S~ EVERAL0ot the most prominent ret-iiienceus il
the city-on Calhoun and ('linton strects-
unsurpassed for business convenience or socia!
surroundings, such as are not on the market for
a lifetime. For terms apply early, if you want
to buy. W. W. McGapiv.
lHypnotlsm. ('1airvoyance. Mind {ealng.
Magnetic llealingii and spiritualism taught
free. Address KIRTLAND B11ROS., P. 0. box
2ol, Americus., a.- M.28-S m
FOR SALE-One Farquhar Sawmill, one
Straub Gristmill (almost new), one lIee-
hner Threshing Machine, one set Broom
making Machinery; also thoroughbred Pol-
and China Pigs, and pure "limbless' cotton
seed. A. E. BRADFORD, Bradfordville. Fla.
4t.
WANTED-AT once, traveling salesmen; ex-
perience not absolutely necessary; S6) and ex-
penses. CENTRAL TOBACCO WORKS CO.,
Penici-s. Va.


ran be found in this Department. If
you don't see it, ask for it.


DUVAL BROS


Shoes to V


Made for


We h ~
and d(i
rics, th
Goodsgt



Department is filled wi .i ..so: tm-ent
for Ladies, trimmed al it ,.


DUVAL O


SGrden


Pure DruJ
.q"


Medicines,


Numbers of Letters
Are written on poor paper and put
in unsightly envelopes simply because
the writers are not aware that artistic


and


STYLISH STATIONERY


can be had here at the cost of the in-
ferior kind.
At 10 cents we sell a box of Paper
and Envelopes which is cheap only in
price. Contains 24 sheets of excellent
white or tinted paper and 24 envelopes
to match.
Some other bargains in this list.


V: F. Balkcom



The Hunting Season

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


Hardware, S
'Heaters, Ranges, and
of Cooking Utensils. Ge
son Heater for your ba
By its uie you are made
table, airl the danger fr
itess entirely removed.


We
also
wirry a
full
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An Enjoyable Picnic
on a warm April day can be had if the
lunch basket is stocked with our tempt-
ing delicacies in CANNED GOODS, im-
ported and domestic cheese, dainty
crackers and biscuits, high grade butter
for sandwiches, cakes and pastry. Our
stock of fancy groceries contains many
toothsome morsels to whet the appe-
tite on a warm day.

T. B BYRD
Tallahassee, Fla.


Unra lew Mau einIt!


Big Bargains for
Prudent Purchasers.



DUVA L BROS.


CASH! STORE


Leads in Low Prices
and Gocd Goods.


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Notions! Notions!

Brushes, Combs, Face Pow-
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Tff wH&uJ.Y TATir.ARASaBUA: FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1902.


.FR HEADIUIGS


ARAGRAPHS GATH-
,RE AND THERE


SSEEAN REPORTERS


Find it Here Look


Elsewhere.


LITTLE JEWELS.
Every mother that has a child has a
jewel more precious to her and worth
more than the King of England's col-
lection of diamonds, etc. Pity the lit-
tle one that is rapidly losing its health
because its mother does not know it has
worms, and that a 25 cent bottle of
Mother's Worm Syrup will expel them
quickly.


BEST. FOR THE


le- Tntf.9 hroalrtbgahy movement of the


Don't fail to see military parade, at 2
'clock, and the slide on the tobaggan
at 2:30 sharp at Shine's cotton yard on
April 16th.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
Hartt is of an inquiring turn. On Mon-
day he picked up a diamond ring which
Mrs. Hartt had laid down.- Child-like,
_e placed it in his mouth. When the
mother tried, to take the ring from the
baby he swallowed it No ill effects
have followed.
Mr. M. M. McCord. who has just
graduated from the Atlantp Medical
College, arrived in Tallahassee Wed-
nesday night to spend a few days witn
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mc-
Cord. The young M. D. will locate in
Whigham, Ga., for the practice of his
profession for a short time, when he
will go to New York to take a post
graduate course.
CHRONIC BRONCHITIS CURED.
"For ten years I had chronic bron-
chitis so bad that at times I could not
speak above a whisper," writes Mr.
Joseph Coffman, of Montmorenci, Ind.
"I tried all remedies available, but with
no success. Fortunately my employer
suggested that I try Foley's Honey and
Tar. Its effect was almost miraculous,
and I am now cured of the disease. On
my recommendation many people have
used Foley's Honey and Tar and always
with satisfaction."
Rev. J. S. Crowley, of Leopoldville,
Congo Free State, Africa, will address
the congregation at the Presbyterian
church Sunday morning. There will
be a union service at the church Sun-
day night, at which Mr. Crowley will
also speak. The subject of these ad-
dresses will be mission work in Africa.
The public is cordially invited to at-
tend. While in the city Mr. Crowley
will be the guest of Rev. S. L. McCarty,
wno was a college mate at the South-
western Presbyterian University.
Horsemen and stock owners gener-
ally have their attention called to the
notice of Mr. B. Jordan, the veterinary
surgeon, in another part of this paper.
Dr. Jordan comes highly recommended
as a veterinarian, and in addition to
treating the various diseases to which
horses are subject, gives special atten-
tion to diseases of cattle and hogs.
The King's I)aughters will give a
"tacky party" at the armory this eve-
ning. The boys and girls will have a
big time and visitors will be sure to
enjoy the sport. The girl and boy wear-
Ing the costumes considered the "tack-
iest" will receive prizes. A small ad-
mission fee will be charged, the pro-
ceeds to go to the hospital being erected
by the King's Daughters. Everybody
cordially invited to be present.
On account of the Confederate Vet-
erans' Reunion at I)allas. Texas, April
22d to 25th inclusive, the Seabord Air
Line will sell excursion tickets at the
rate of $19.10 for tihe round trip from
Tallahassee. Tickets will be sold April
18th to 21st with linal limit to May 2d.
THE TAX BOOKS.
Treasury Department. State of Flor-
ida, Comptrollhr's Oilice, Tallahas-
see, March. 25., 1902.
-Mr. W. A. Demilly, Tax Collector Coun-
ty of Leon:
Dear Sir-In view of the fact that the
law requires the't;x books to close on
the first Monday in April, please kindly
let me have report of March collections
on taxes promptly at the ('lose of the
month. Very truly yours.
A. C. CROOM, Comptroller.
The above order leaves the Tax Col-
lector no discretion in the matter. The
books must close on above date.
\V. A. DEMIILLY,
A.4-"t Tax Collector.
Mr. M. Goodman, the merchant tailor,
has a change of ad in this issue. Mr.
Goodman has been in business in Tal-
lahassee the past three years and dur-
ing that time has won an enviable
reputation as a maker of fine clothing.
He is an experienced cutter and fitter,
and guarantees satisfaction every time.
One feature about Mr. Goodman's work
is the fact that he keeps your clothing
nicely pressed when you get a suit from
him. His line of samples is the finest
ever shown in Tallahassee.
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acres in cotton, besides a considerable
portion devoted to beans, vegetables,
cane, potatoes, etc. At present Mr.
Gibbs has 50 head of cattle, 100 sheep
and eight horses and mules. He says
that the crop outlook at the present
time is bright, although the farmers
have been delayed in planting.

FOR SALE-At a bargain, the church
pews formerly used in the Episcopal
church. Apply to T. H. RANDOLPH.
1m

VETERINARY SURGEON.
I will practice veterinary, medicine
and surgery in this and adjoining coun-
ties. Treat all kinds of stock and any
of the diseases arising .among them,
known to veterinary science. Those


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Prof. Bartholomew's big trained
horse show will exhibit in this city on
Wednesday, April 16th, at the cotton'
yard. This is samid to be one ot the best
aggregations of equine wonders on the
road. The horses possess an- iltelli-
gence that is almost human, and at the
word of command perform the most-
difficult feats. Mr. A. S. Wells, of this
city, is manager and part owner of the
show. He is well known to nearly ev-
erybody in this section, and pledges his
word that the performance will be well
worth the price of admission.
SHOT IN HIS LEFT LEG.
For all kinds of sores, burns, bruises,
or other wounds, DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is a sure cure. Skin diseases yield
to it at once. Never fails in caes of
piles. Cooling and healing. None gen-
uine but DeWitt's. Beware of counter-
feits. "I suffered for many years from
a sore caused by a gun shot wound in
my left leg," says A. S. Fuller, English,
Ind. "It would not heal and gave me
much trouble. J used all kinds of reme-
dies to no purpose until I tried DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. A few boxes com-
pletely cured me."
Mrs. R. C. Dunn returned to Talla-
hassee yesterday after a pleasant visit
of over two weeks with relatives and
friends in Madison.
TOT CAUSES NIGHT ALARM.
"One night my brother's baby was
taken with Croup," writes Mrs. J. C.
Snider, of Crittenden, Ky., "It seemed
it would strangle before we could get a
doctor, so we gave it Dr. King's,New
Discovery, which gave quick relief and
permanently cured it. We always keep
it in the house to protect our children
from Croup and Whooping Cough. It
cured me of a chronic bronchial trouble
that no other remedy would relieve."
Infallible for Coughs, Colds, Throat
and Lung Troubles. 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottles free at all drug stores.
PNEUMONIA IS ROBBED OF ITS
TERRORS.
By Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops
-the racking cough and heals and
strengthens the lungs. If taken In time
it will prevent an attack of pneumonia.
Refuse substitutes.



This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tablets
the remedy that ure a eoMl it one day

One Cent- a Word.
---EVERAL ot the mostipromiiient re.sitences i
0 the city-on Calhoun and Clinton streets-
unsurpassed for business convenience or social
surroundings, such as are not on the market for
a lifetime. For terms apply early, if you want
to buy. W. W. M GRIFF.
Ilypnlotlsmi. ('l;irvoyance. Mind vieading.
Magnetic Hieal ing and Spiritualism taught
free. Address KIRTLAND BROS.. P. 0. box
201, Americh'us, a. M.28-6m
FOR SALE-One Farquhar Sawmill, one
Straub Gristmill (almost new), one llee-
bner Threshing Machine, one set Broom
making Machinery; also thoroughbred Pol-
and China Pigs. and pure "limbless' cotton
seed. A. E. BRADFORD, Bradfordville, Fla.
4t.
WANTED-AT once, traveling salesmen: ex-
perience not absolutely necessary; $60 and ex-
penses. CENTRAL TOBACCO WORKS CO.,
Penicks. Va. -


Department is filled wi n sso:tment
for Ladies. trimmed a~l irimnrJd.



DUVAL
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will clean anything cleanable-clothes and dishes,
GOLDDO UST
pots and pans, floors and doors-m fact anything
from cellar to attic. GOLD DUST lightens labor.
lessens care.
Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
Chicago. New York. Boston, St Louis.
Makers of OVAL FAIRY SOAP.

Bartholomew's horse show is no fake,.
but the best educated horses in the
world. Tallahassee, April 16th, at
Shine's cotton yard.
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A CHATTANOOGA DRUGGIST'S
STATEMENT.
Robt. J. Mill, proprietor of the Read
House Drug Store, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., writes: "There is more merit in
Foley's Honey and Tar than in any
other cough syrup. The calls for it mul-
tiply wonderfully and we sell more of it
than all other cough syrups combined."
Governor and Mrs. W. S. Jennings
and Miss Mann returned to the Capital
City Sunday from a delightful trip to
historic old St. Augustine. They were
royally entertained while in that city.
SHE DIDN'T WEAR A MASK.
But her beauty was completely hidden
by sores, blotches and pimples tiil she
used Bucklen's Arnica Slave. Then
they vanished, as will all Eruptions,
Fever Sores, Boils. Ulcers. Carbuncles
and Felons from its use. Infallible for
Cuts, Corns, Burns, Scalds and Piles.
Cure guaranteed. 25c at all druggists.
The annual meeting of the stockhold-
ers of the Carrabelle, Tallahassee and
Georgia railroad was held Tuesday
morning in the company's office. The
old board was re-elected, as follows:
S. D. Chitternden. C. M. Zeb, W. C.
Clark, F. T. Myers. and J. P. Cantrell.
OLD SOLDIER'S EXPERIENCE.
M. M. Austin, a civfl war veteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife was
sick a long time in spite of good doc-
tor's treatment, but was wholly cured
by Dr. King's New Life Pills, which
worked wonders for her health." They
always do. ry them. Only 25c at all
drug stores.
4- ^
EVERY HEALTHY BOY
likes to get himself into places of dan-
ger. Hence bruises, strains and sprains.
Mother scolds and brings out the bot-
tle of Perry Davis' Painkiller and rubs
it on the injured spots with an energy
and frequency depending on the seri-
ousness of the case. There is nothing
like Painkiller to take out the soreness.
There is but one Painkiller, Perry
Davis." Price 25c and 50c.
' Attend the "tacky party" to be given
tonight at the armory, by the King's
Daughters. The proceeds will be de-
voted to the hospital fund. The King's
Daughters are erecting a hospital on
South Monroe street, and will need all
the money they can get.

DREADFUL ATTACK OF WHOOP-
ING COUGH.
Mrs. Ellen Harlison, of 300 Park ave.,
Kansas City, Mo., writes as follows:
"Our two children had severe attack
of whooping cough, one of them in par-
oxysm of coughing would often faint
and bleed at the nose. We tried every-
thing we heard of without getting re-
lief. We then called in our family doc-
tor who prescribed Foley's Honey and
Tar. With the very first does they be-
gan to improve and we feel that it has
saved their lives." Refuse substitutes.
Mr. Hirschberg has had a substantial
tile sidewalk placed around his new
building on Monroe street. This is the
handsomest business house in the city.
The upper story is used as law offices.
On the ground floor the south room is
occupied by the Southern Express Com-
pany. The corner room will be used as
a billiard parlor and cigar store, and
will be a very attractive resort.
Mr. G. G. Gibbs, a prominent farmer
and stock raiser just north of Tallahas-
see, Wtas in the city Saturday. Mr.
Gibbs has a farm of 600 acres, a large
part of which is in cultivation, the re-
mainder being used for stock grazing.
He will have about 100 acres planted in
corn this year, 40 acres in oats and 40


Numbers of Letters
Are. written on poor paper and put
in unsightly envelopes simply because
the writers are not aware that artistic
and "
STYLISH STATIONERY
can be had here at the cost of the in-
ferior kind.
At 10 cents we sell a box of Paper
and Envelopes which is cheap only in
price. Contains 24 sheets of excellent
whitl or tinted paper and 24 envelopes
to m~tch.
Some other bargains in this list.


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the Hunting Season


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


An Enjoyable Picnic
on a warm April day can be had if the
lunch basket is stocked with our tempt-
ing delicacies in CANNED GOODS, im-
ported and domestic cheese, dainty
crackers and biscuits, high grade butter
for sandwiches, cakes and pastry. Our
stock of fancy groceries contains many
toothsome morsels to whet the appe-
tite on a warm day.

T. B BYRD
Tallahassee, Fla.


Ua1ir low Mlie jmoit!
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Ready on Short Notice.
We fill orders promptly. Have a
complete equipment Patrons ex-
perience no delay in getting the
kind of outfit desired. Our .
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also
carry a
full
line of
Saddles
and
Harness,
and are
head-
quarters
for
Building
Material,


Hardware, Stoves
Heaters, Ranges, and all kinds
of Cooking Utensils. Get a Wil.
son Ileater for your bath room."
By its u-e you are made comn for- "'
table, awl the danger from sick-
ness entirely removed. i---;




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sell on time. Try them.




Notions! Notions!

Brushes, Combs, Face Pow-
ders, Tooth Powders, Laces.
Yes, we handle them, and we
sell them. Anything you want


can be found in this Department." If
you don't see it, ask for it.


DUVAL BROS.


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