The Weekly Tallahasseean

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The Weekly Tallahasseean
Uniform Title:
Weekly Tallahasseean
Alternate Title:
Weekly Tallahasseean and land of flowers
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
John G. Collins
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


The Tallahasseean began publication on June 1, 1885. Soon thereafter, it merged with another Tallahassee newspaper, the Land of Flowers. Edited and published by R. Don McLeod, it was called the Weekly Tallahasseean and Land of Flowers. Between 1888 and 1891, the paper assumed the title of the Weekly Tallahasseean . New ownership seems to have occasioned the name change. The Weekly Tallahasseean was published first by John G. Collins and then by John C. Trice. Some accounts suggest that the Weekly Tallahasseean was continued by the Tallahassee Weekly Capital in 1905. In any case, the Weekly Tallahasseean appears to have ceased publication in that year. Because there are several runs available in Florida libraries and because Tallahassee is the seat of Florida’s state government, the Weekly Tallahasseean is frequently consulted by researchers.
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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JOHN C. TRICE, Publish r and Proprietor.





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whUi PAiU AI-AIGN who could fill his place in Wash- not fail to cement the relations our sympathy for them. and of
II- -i ington. between this go-aheid section our high esteem of him.
Col. John B. Brownlow, who **by the great waters of the iVery respectfully.
has charge of the Postoffice De- North" and the best people wh, F. W. SAMS.
n a thth's apartment is a native of Knox are identified with the regions E. L. COTTRELL,
Position and te Oi Sviile.'lennessee. He, too, is a contiguous to the more placid FRED T. MYERS,
southern man and is named for waters and genial suns of the F. ADAMS.
Interest in the Hon. John Bell, the last southland. C. B. KOGERS.
____ Whig Candidate for the presi- [Continued next week.[ Mr. Cottrell moved tihe adop-
dency, one of his father's most tion of the report. which was
GEORGIA & ALABAM LEAD intimate friends. Col Brown- on. Thomas Peter hairs. se d byMr. Mers.
low is the son of the old Gover- lros. Thomas Peter Chaires. add Mr. My rid:
___ nor and Senator Brownlow, who At 8 p. in.. of May 7th, 190).1 Mr. President:
is better known, perhaps. to the the Senate met in special session As a member of the commit.
in Securing Places of Hon in the world as famous "Parson for the purpose of hearing th tee that reported the resolutions
Big Show's Managem nt. Brownlow." He was associated report of the Committee appoin- that have just been read it
with his father for a number of ted to draft reslulions on the would be appropriate for me,
years as the editor of the Knox- death of Ilon. Thomas' Peter upoa the motion to adopt them'i
I am very much gra ified at ville -Whig." Col. Brownlow Charies. late Senator from the to savsome word in eulogy of
the interest the Souther States commanded the Ninth Regi- Twelith I)istrict, and to have ap- our deceased colleane:; but there
are taking in the Pan Ameri- ment of Calvary in the Federal propriate exercise thereon. The is in additional consideration
can Exposition. In fac many army and has always been a old desk formally occupied which moves me to the sad biut
southern people are alr ady in- strong union man, but is devo- by the deceased Senator was sacred duty of paying a tribute
stalled in positions here. Among ted to what he conceives to be covered with flowers sent by to his memory-that considera-
these is Lieutenant Ri lhmond the best interests of his section. friends; especially noticealrl tion is the fact that. I represent
Pearson Hobson of Ala ama in lie, too, comes of North Caro- among the many beuatiful floral the county of his birth, where
charge of the exhibit of the lina ancestry. designs were two waiters cover- clustered the tender memories
Navy Department in tl Gov- Washington City is the resi- ed with lovely roses of the seat- of his childhood, and for whose
ernment Building. _H- "won dence of more officials here than s(n most arlisically arrayed, one people-anong whom are numi-
his spurs" when he s k the any other place excepting Buft- being sent by Senator Rogers of bered many of his blood-he al-
Merrimac in Santiago larbor. falo. At least thirty represen- Duval. and the other by Capt. ways entertained and nanifes-
I happen to have a I arsenal tatives of various departments D. E. Maxwell, also of Jacksot- ted the most affectionate solicit.
cognizance of this youn man's are from the National Capitol ville. The Senate Chamber was tude.
fighting ancestry, whicd cannot and hold positions in the Pan- well filled with many friendsas Peter Chaires was
fail to be of interest to is fel- American grounds. They are who came to pay their last trik Thomas Peter Chaires was
low citizens, regardless of the -more or less what may be termed ute of love for the deceased. born in Leon county. Florida,
section from which the come. exposition experts having been Tom Peter Chaires was well was Green D. Chaires, and his
It shows in a marked degree connected with several exposi- known in Tallahassee, and being mother, Anna Maria Parkhill.
the wonderful influe ces of tions in the past. a Leon county boy. had many Both his parents belonged to
heredity. His mother as the Roscoe W. Gorman of Opeli- friends and relatives throughout families prominent in the his-
daughter of Chief Justic Pear- ka, Alabama, has been appoin- the county. tory of Middle Florida; and
son of North Carolina. Chief ted commissioner of the Pan- Whenever any question affect- whose wealth and social qali
Justice Richmond P arson's American Exposition by the ing the interests of old Leon or ties did much to establish the
father was Richmond earson Governor of that State and will Tallahassee came up in either reputation of this section for
of Revolutionary fame In a have charge of the Alabama ex- House of the Legislature Mr. culture and refinement. The
quaint book in the Lib ry of hibit. Chairs was always counted on subject of my remarks passed
Congress this incident is elated The women throughout the with certainty to do all in his the early years of his boyhood
by one of the forgotten bhroni- United States appreciate the power and influence to bring in affluence, surrounded with
cles of incident of the Ievolu- consideration and courtesy about the result desired by our all the advantages that wealth
tionarv war. It is as fol ows: which has been shown them by people, and certainly no section and refinement could bestow.
"A British Captain w s drill- the Director General of the Pan- of the State will feel his loss from He attended the West Florida
ing a company of colonists, when American *Exposition. General the Legislature Halls of the State Seminary, at Tallahassee, where,
a tall. and stalwart ma from Buchanan's course in this res- more than will our own core'.t because of events shortly to
what is now Surry unty, pect has been fully justified by Mr. Cottrell on behalf of the follow' he received practically
North Carolina, was rud y rep- the work done here which he Committee appointed as stated his entire academic education;
rimanded for some slight reach entrusted to the care of women. above submitted their report, af- for, like nearly every Southern
of discipline. Mr. Pea on did Instead of separate displays of ter which Senators Myers, Sams youth, who was his contempor-
not like the tone in w ch he mens' and women' work the Adams, Rogers and Broome ary, he abandoned classic halls,
was addressed. It was about two are merged, and the work each made beautiful and appro when the dread alarm of war
the time many of the c< onists so far done by the women rests private remarks, all bearing wit- was sounded. and Florida, and
were beginning to think f sep solely on its merit. It ranks ness to the great respect, es- her sister Southern States, mar-
arating themselves from Great with the best. Miss Adelaide teem and love in which the de- shaled their sons for battle.
Britain, and Mr. Pears -was Thorpe's original plan for the ceased had been held through- While a mere strippling, he en-
one of the earlier patrio who interior decorations receives the out his public and private life. listed in Gamble's Artillery, a
had made up his mind t the endorsement of all the experts. The following are the resolh- battery organized at Tallahas-
first opportunity to thi w off She disbursed over $30,000 for tons as presented by the Con- see, but was shortly afterwards
the yoke of George the third. this reason alone. Her business mittee, and also the remarks transferred to Scott's cavalry,
mittee, and also the remarks t b wit an ed brother,
Instead of obeying his s period ability is equal to her acute ap- of Senator F T Mers Lack to be with an elder brother, who
officer he stepped boldly out of preciation of the beautiful. of space alone forbids the belonged to that command.
of the ranks, made an ap )eal to I have never known an Expo- presenting to the public the While his military service was
the other men of the co pany, sition in which all worked to- remarks made by the other Sen confined to Florida, he partici-
dared the Captain to h face, gether so harmoniously and sat- ators: pated in all the principal en-
and asked the men to jo11 him isfactorily. Director General Senate Chamber, gagements which took place in
as their commander and orm a Buchanan ha th absolute con- 01the State, having taken part in
company to fight for I berty. fidence of everybody connected Tallahassee, Fla., May 7, 1901. the battles of Olustee, Gaines-
copany to fig hfr fidence of everybody connected Hon. Thomas Palmer, President Nile and Natural Bridge, be
Nearly every member f the with the Exposition. He had a of the Senater ville. and natural Bri ge, be-
company followed him an Capt. diplomatic training before he re- ote nae sides other minor affairs. Tall
Peason commanded thi bodyceived the appointment as Di Sir-Your committee appoint- and athletic in build, with hand-
in many of the hard-fong t bat- rector General for the Pan- ed to draft suitable resolutions some features and flashing eyes,
ties of the Revolution." Chief American Exposition. He is a commemorative of the late Sen- and, withal, a magnificent
Justice Pearson's wife as a man of fine presence, the best ator Thomas Peter Chaires, beg horseman, he made an ideal
Miss Williams of Kn ville, social position, large means, and leave to report the following: cavalryman. And never a car
Tennessee, whose fath( was has worked sometimes until Whereas, on the 17th of Aug- alier that followed the bahner
Colonel of a Regiment the midnight to make the Pan- ust, 1899, just a little over a of the fiery and impetuous Ru-
war of 1812. Thomas enton American Exposition what it is. month after the final adjourn- pert, at Marston Moore, or the
was Lieutenant Colonel under There is no doubt of it that con- meant of the sessionof the Legis- white plume of the superb and
him and Sam Houston of exas, sidering its scope it is the most lature of 1899, the Honorable matchless Mprat, as it fluttered
though a mere boy, a Li uten- satisfactory exposition that has Thomas Peter Chaires, then rep- like a torn banner among the
ant. been held in this country and resenting the Twelfth Senate- flashing scimetars of the fierce
Capt. Peter C. Harris o Geo- in point of artistic and skillful rial District in the Senate of and fanatical mamelukes, sat
gia represents the War ;part- arrangement exceeds anything Florida, was stricken down by his steed with firmer seat, or

ment on the Government ioard. in which the United States has the inexorable hand of death in rode upon the serried ranks of
lie was in the Philippinesfight- taken part within my recollec- the full bloom of a vigorous and an enemy with more dauntless
ing for the flag when he jas re- tion. It has been done by hard stalwart manhood, and at the mien than this gallant young
called to this country on account work, resistless energy and at a zenith of a career of conspicu-- Florida trooper.
of the death of hls fattier-in- comparatively small cost. The ous usefulness to his district At the close of the war, his
law, Major Guthrie, who; then slates south of Mason's and and State; Therefore be it restless and indomitable spirit
had charge of the exhibit pf the Dixon's line who fail to make Resolved by the Senate, That would not permit him to sit idly
War Department. Wit!i the exhibits here will have reason by the death of the Honorable down, and bewail the loss of his
Army and the Navy in charge to regret it for years to come. Thomas Peter Chaires the State patrimony by the fortune of
of sons of Alabama and Gforgia I am glad to see that many of Florida has lost one of her war; but impelled by the same
the interests of the old flag are southern states are falling into most prominent, useful and pa- courage and hardihood that had
in safe keeping, but it %onld line, and that our tobacco, cot- triotic son--one who gave to made him the tireless and daunt-
sound a little strange It we ton and rice exhibits will be ex- her service in war, the ardor of less soldier, he shipped as a sail-
could roll back about toirty- ploited in spite of meagre ap- his youth, and, in peace, the or on a vessel. bound from St.
five years of time. Both' gen-propriations, lukewarm inter- sage counsel of his mature years, Marks to New York. After
tlemen are of North Ca olina est and a good deal of political and we his colleagues in the making several voyages, he quit
stock. wrangling, of which there is Senate have been deprived, of a the sea, and settled at Cedar
Thomas W. Criddler, ird entirely too much in our section. sound, wise, conservative and Keys, where he entered upon a

A' ways manifesto ke.n inter- ILU1LT IVA
l-st ill ),;"ibli" ;.,: i is: ai ld was a L
traMspic vn' ;n aw influential
i Khenlr of m::ny 0 1the ],litical --
(oav"-!tions of thi lD-mocraitic
,art;v:and men th political Abstract 0of the Da
Ambitions we al .ivs anxi s us
r count hi ;is their frie id. "IgS 0f Both0
ut a man of his ia gressive na-
dIre, magnetic t mperament,
Snd iatriotic spir coull not T V
well :.voi bein ca. led into the TOLD A VER Y B
servicee of his peo lle in public
I atters; andl he was elected a
I leminbr of the IHuise of Repe- For the Convenience o
vntatives of 1S,,I and a nlem- Busy to Read the
l fr of the S 9I 10. But l)ofor' serving out
t;he full term to wiich lie was ,S \ .NATE I M A
l(critl": aili, whilml a)l)arenltlVy
iii rob);ist health. h|i4 was strick- Ihe S'iiate ilet "^Ii
en with tilhe fata:il ni:ilady that J, r lI I'r
took hiim or. :i (-hllr. The' i ll, w
Tlieri- ;:re few of his contem- ;lMvr.(l'r'd t. ih(ir li*l
iorlaries tI1. at wwere irlore beloved. I ke i, ll ii r ll (,*i
Iis frank ;and gE-iial manner, r, ( (
his unsellish devotion to his hilr *tir.Ku-k 'r\w',
-lhirris. hirk, l.wv, .
friiidls. his fenrles: advocacy of kill, Nvel,
right, endeared hinii to his asso- i, if t
ciates. His liberal and gener- Sa's, -\.ils, of i
oils spilri,. his s.Vnipiathy for Wn1isorth ;iil ",dilli
those in distress, li"s charity for A quoru.
those in need, blilught many
to his lhonme, where( he dispen- IXTriOI)UTION OF I
sed a .gracious aild bountiful Mr. Room, ('hairnii
hospitality; and thiise who came cial (Coinmmittee appoi
went, away his grateful and de- suitable resolutions ol
voted friends. the death of A(Idjiuita
As a legislator lie was alert rick IHoustoun, suiinii
and watchful; but i while he guar- (See report in anolth
(led with jealous care the inter- INTINI)UCTION (f
ests of his colisit itjints, he w'as iV- Ir. Ier: 11.
too broad and conservative to To prescribe d (i
insist upon their d(Ieiainids when ers of thl-ie t eiCounc
e ors of thel; (it v ( '(,tin,, withi the genera elation to liCci4is :i
groo(,d. i\'ie he gould, whenll p
occasion demanded urge wth upaion carried o
clearness and force, upon the in said eity. ererre,
loor of the Senate, his views iiisilte on it iy and C_
upon questions uider debate, ization.
1 his power chilly lay in the Also 11. B. No. 231
magnetism of his personality, 1if of loias E. hg
and his ability to disarm opplo- as stcnograjpher in (
sition to his measures by friend- Marion county. lcef<
ly discussion. CoiiiiCiitt., oil ('laiiis.
At the time of ihe adjourn- Also II. B1. Xo. 2:i
ment of the last' Leiislature Sections v5 ;in ,[,7
there wais no nienilber of that Saiiiutes of Florida, rel
body who apparently possessed Referred to (oiiuith
a more rugged constitution, or ture.
had promise of a longer or more i\By Mr. Pilner of I
useful career th:mn lie: and the 233: To "aut hoizi an
an inouncemient of ~is death, so v-i;iion ori iiiion of wA
shortly afterwards,, cainmeas a adopt and iius a lhi!
surprise and shocli to his col- mark, to protect the
leagues. who had! but lately to provide for its re-I
parted with him; aidl there was 'ouinllMrfiiini ilie sait 1
sorrowing throligout Flori- original or any jiackI
da, when it weni foiththat thie saiitm" and to lpr'(
the noble spirit thlit animated nalii or1 I lercof
his magnificent franie had taken itv, a;11 fii Ili1al
its eternal flight; and I might tionis thereof. I-rf,'rr
say, in the language of one of tee" on)r.ianiizedl labor
America's most gifted orators, By Mr. ('Crill: S. II
that "''were everyone to whom eni alh ,.itis, town. si
he did some loving service to ororaflited Il nder onm
bring a blossom to his grave, he I'Sial law of ihis St
would sleep to-night beneath a rates and cliairges for
wilderness of lo"wei.'. w;ihdr furnislhid lv K
:. rn*ooliiw);i1any or corpoilll il i<

Will be Full.
Present indications point to a
decided rush for Panacea
Springs this summer, and those
who fail to make early arrange-
nients may find themselves coin
spelled to await the novemnients
of others. Propriet(i T1hos. II.
Hall was in the city a few days
ago, and said to a representa-
tive of this palpr th;it the ap-
plications this early were un-
precedented. Already tlie nian-
agement is assured ihat every
room will ne occupied all sum-
mer. and every cottage taken
thait can be had in the place.
The tram road, lie said, was
already completed, and would be
running in a short time. This
will make the unpleasant ride
from Sopchoppy a pleasant one,
and will enable many invalids
to go down who could& not do so
Dr, Gwynn returned from
there this week. andi says the
train road is now in operation.
Parties are also going down al-
n. A j., r

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S. B. No. ;:13.: To iriv *! 'or ithe r,
i-. 4i! 1 1f 0 ,' ii, I 1v) ihfi -l cattle/ 1
inspcits(oIfs nn4ion if in (i.hapltr '
.i l. la'. vs o ( lor id.i. Iupiprov(ed
June 1.'- 18. 91. to liIt :.. s. sllhrs K
or jiedd(l rs ou" liil-hi to provide' pI nialiis for i.f:ilmure to
(xhilit i -iihli c i'irt ii-at;< ,-Rfrr'ed to
C'oii itti on Aioric ltu '.
y i Mr. Bit-h: S. I'. \Y.o. 23: ;
To amend Seit ion 1': of Chapter
-t193 of the> (of 'loiida, en-
titled an acl to pra' :rile rules and
rIguilatioiis I'or lic" i!iin ieaehliors;
to provide for nllil'forni (\;aiiina:iions
to seenll fa:inuss in v e.i, iniations,
and in issuing thachrs" (.'ertifiKates,
and for other purposes. lefcerred to
Committee on Edueation.
Consideration of Resoltions:
II. Concurrent R. No. 15: Re-
solved by the House of Rhepresenta-
tives, the Senate concurring, That a
committee of five, to consist of three B
upon the part of the House and two-.
on the part of the Senate, be ap- .
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- "SaSd^ townsto mant and
distribute gas and electricity and to
con duct; Pucse, awanen ista :
lish and maintain within i limits
one or more plants tor them nufac-
ture of gas and electricity f r fur-i
fishing light for municipal 4e, and
for the use of such of its inh tants
as may require and pay for th same,
as herein provided, approved une 5,
1897, and to declare the maTer in
which said city may exercise such
pdwer; and also to. author said
city o locate, maintain and rate
any part of uch plantwitho t and!
adjacent or near to said city, nd to;
acquire and hold land necess y for
such purpose. Passed.
H. B. No. 152: To amend ctit i-
1780 of the Revised Statutes f the
State of Florida, relating to wts of
error in judgments in cases ofhabe-
as corgius. Passed.
Mr. Broome said: Mr. Prdent,
as the funeral of Adjutant-G eral
Houstoun takes place at 5 clock
this afternoon, I move that th4 Sen-
ate do now adjourn till 8 o'clock: this

At the evening session the S, nate
held services commemorative ; the
late Hon. T. P.lChaires, an ac iunt
of which will be held in a their
The House met pursuant to adj urn-
ment The Speaker in the chair. The
following members answered to khoir
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos, A der-
son, Blair, Brown, Broward, BL !or.1,
Burr, Chambers, Clarke, Close, 'C ;w-
ford, Corbett, Davidson, Davis, 1 lwd,
Bowden, Duckworth, Fulton, G len,
"Godfrey, Gornto, Griggs, Grant, tar-
veil, Hendry, Hopkins, Hunter, J ck-
son, Jacoby, Johnson, Jones, Ko nee,
Lee, McElroy, McGiffin, McRae. of
Pasco, McRde of Putnam, Osteen,
Palmer, Parrish of Holmes, Pinholeter,
Porter, Raney, Raulerson, Redding,
Rivers of Alachua, Rivers of Columbia,
Russell, Shoemaker, Sledge, Smith,
bparkman, Thomas, Umstead. Wall,
Whaley, Wiliamson, Wilson, Wolfe,
Young and Zewadski-62.
By Mr. Rivers: H. B. No. 365: .To
amend Section 13, Chapter 4192 of the
Laws of Florida, entitled an act to lre-
scribe rules and regulations for licevs-
ing teachers, to provide for uniform
examinations, to secure fairness in ex-
aminations, and in issuing teachers'
certificates, and other purposes. Re-
ferreu to Committee on Education.
By Mr. Jackson: H. B. No. 366: To
extend the time for commencing work
on the Western Peninsular Railroud
Company, and to extend the time of its
completion and securing and confirm-
ing to said company all its rights,
and privileges, and giving to said conm-
pany the right to change its southern
terminus. Referred to Committee on
Railroads and Telegraphs.
*By Mr. Shoemaker: H. B. No. 367:
', o prohibit the unnecessary discharge
of firearms at night time in or near
unincorporated towns or residence.
Ateferred to Committee on Judiciary.'
By Mr. Godfrey: H. B. No. 368: To
prohibit the transportation or sale of

Bad Blood

Breeds Humors
Boils, Pimples, Eruptions,
Bores, Debility, Languor,
Kidney Troubles, Indigestion and
That Tired Feeling,
All of which Hood's Sarsaparilla
Cures, by purifying, enriching and
vitalizing the blood.
Blood troubles, left unchecked, in-
anseand multiply ;:a-t as naturally
as the weeds and tLis"t-s ifesting
the soil.
They need the same radical treat-
met, too.
They should be rooted out in Spring.


Stops the breeding of disease germs
& and impurities in the blood.
It also imparts vitality and richness,
:and that means a strong, vigorous
body as well as a clear healthy skin.
'"' You will look better and feel bet-.
ftr if you begin taking Hood's Sares
parihla TODAY. It

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The Blood
SAs nothing else can.
S My son had pimples on his face, which
Ster a while became a mass of sores.
-: I began giving him Hood's Sarsaparilla
an0d soon the sores were getting better.
They finally healed without leaving a
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of the Constitution of -the State of
Florida, relating to the Judicial De-
H; B. 4 o. 187: Prohibiting certain
| unnatural practices and prescribing a
Spenal# therefor-Passed.
Senate'Substitute for H. B. No. 95: To
provide for county aaoptionss of uni-
formity of text books ,n public schools
of this State, and to repeal Chapter
4680, Laws of Florida, approved June
2, 1899-Passed.
S. B. No. 197: For the relief of John
jD. Tucker, for services as stenographer
in Circuit Court of Jefferson county,
Florida. Passed.
S. B. No. 205: For relief of W. C.
I Hargrove former tax collector of Punt-


food fish' caught from waters in Lake
county beyond the limits of said
county, and to fix a penalty for the vio-
lation thereof. Refered to Committee
on Fisheries.
By Mr. Koonce: H. B. No. 369: To
provide .a penalty for gambling in the
State of Florida. Refered to Commit-
tee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Wolfe: H. B.- No. 370: To
authorize any person, association or
union of workingmen to adopt and use
a label or trade-mark, to protect the
same by law, to provide for its record,
to prevent counterfeiting the same or
the unauthorized using of the original
on any package containing the same,
and to prevent using the name or seal
thereof without authority, and fixing
penalties for violations thereof. Re-
ferred to Committee on Judiciary.
H. B. Nom 191: For the relief of aged
teachers. Passed.
S. B. No. 222: For the relief of the
city of Jacksonville. Passed.
S. B. No. 60: To change the names
of the iillsboro River and Mosquito
Lagoon to Indian River North. Passed.
S. B. No. 46: To amend Section 145
of the Revised Statutes of Florida, re-
lating to bond and oath of office of the
Commissioner of Agriculture. Passed.
S. B. No. 86: To prescribe what shall.
be deemed a lawful fence in part of
townships 43 and 44, ranges 26 and 28,
in Lee county, Florida, and to exempt
said territory from the provisions of
sections 875, 876 and 878 of the Revised
Statutes of Florida. Passed.
Mr. Wolfe, Chairman of the Commit-
tee to draft resolutions relative to the

As the hot weather of summer is ap-
proaching, ihis paper will constantly
keep before its rea'lers Trethina, a rem-
eily which. where known, is being uni-
versally usdAl to prevent ant counteract
the effects of warm weatherr upon small
children, and it is hoped that all moth-
ers of !his coon.u:;ity will keep t' e'r
children in healthy condition by giving
it, for it co-t.s on'v 25 cents at druggists;
or mail 25 c'nts to U. J. Moffett, M. D.,
St. Louis. Mo.
death of General Houstoun, submitted
their report-
(These resolutions app-eaed in last
week's issue.-Ed.)
Senate met pursuant to adjourn-
ment. The President in the chair.The
following Senators answered to their
Mr. President, Messrs. Adams, Baker,
Blitch, Broome, Butler, Carson, Cot-
trell, Crews, Denham, Dimick, Haris,
Kirk, Law, Miller, Myers, McCaskill,
McCreary, MacWilliams, Neel, O'Brien,
Palmer of 14th. Peacock, Rouse, Whid-
den, Sams, Wilson of 7th, Wadsworth
and Williams-30.

nam county, Florida-Passed.
HOUSE, MAY 8, 1901.
The House met pursuant to adjourn-
ment. The Speaker in the chair. The
following members answered to their
names: Mr. Speaker, i.essrs. Amos,
Bates,. Anderson, Blair, Brown, Brow-
ard, Buford, Burr, Campbell, Chambers,
.Clarke, Close, Crawford, Corbett,
Davidson, Davis, Dowd, Dowden, Duck-
worth, Fulton, Gillen, Godfrey, Gornto,
Griggs, Grant, Gunn, Harvell, Hendry,
HopKins, Hunter, Jackson, Jacoby,
Johnson, Jones, Koonce, Lee, McElroy,
.--.Giflin, McRae of Pasco, McRae of
1 tnam, Osteen, Palmer, Parrish of
Holmes, Pinholster, Porter, Raney,
Raulerson, Redding, Rivers of Alachua,
Rivers of Columbia, Russell, Shoemak-
er, Sledge, Smith, Sparkman, Thomas,
Umstead, Wall, Whaley, Williamson,
Wilson, Wolfe, Young and Zewauski-
The Journal was corrected and ap-
By Mr. Porter, H. B. No. 371: To au-
.orize the city of Key West to levy a,
i special tax for the support of a free
public library and to authorize said city
to enter into an obligation for the sup-

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headache, furred tongue, fever, piles
and a thousand other ills are caused by
constipation and sluggish liver. Casca-
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new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic
are by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C. C. C. are a sure
thing. Try a box to-day; 10c., 25c., 50c.
Sample and booklet free. See our big
port chereof-Refered to Committee on
City and County Organization.
By Mr. Dowden, H. B. No. 372: To
provide the sale of school books in this
State, and prescribing the manner in
which they are to be sold. Referred to
Committee on Education.
-iy Mr. Buford, H. B. No 73: To reg-
ulate the buying and selling of branued
legs of timber Reierred to Committee
on Agriculture.

S. B. .0. 88: Prescribing the mode
of procedure for the exercise of the
powers of eminent domain, by cities,
towns, counties, corporations public
and private, and individuals. Passed.
H. B. No 226: To amend and supple-
ment the charter of the city of Pensa-
cola, Fla., designated as Chapter 4313,
Laws of Florida of 1895. Passed.
By Mr. Griggs, H. B. No. 374: To pro-
vide for the enlargement and repair of
the Capitol building, and making an
appropriation ofr such purpose.Passed.
By Mr. Raney, H. B. No. 375: n rela-
tion to conveyances and devises of
real estate and to (.spense with words
of limitation therein. Referred to Com-
mittee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Brown, H. .. No. 376: To
amend Section 1622 of the Revised
Statutes ot the State of Florida regu-
lating the time in which Justice- of
The Shakers of Mount Lebanon, a
community of simple, honest, God-tear-
ing men and women, have prepared

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excruciating agony. A grain of pep-
per in place of' the grain of sand in-
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confined to the organs affected. The
whole body feels the shock of that
little irritating particle. It is so
when there is any derangement or
disorder of the delicate womanly or-
gans. Lu e disorder may seem trivial
but the whole body feels it. The ner-
vous system is disordered. There are
fretfulness, irritability, sullenness and
depression of spirits. The general
health of woman depends on the local
health of the organs peculiarly femi-
nine. Remove the drains, ulcerations,
bearing down pains, and other afflic-
tions of woman, and the whole body
feels the benefit. Dr. Pierce's Favor-
ite Prescription is a specific for the
diseases of women. It is free from
opium, cocaine and other narcotics,
poisons which enter into many other
preparations for woman's use. It
makes weak women strong and sick
women well.



Recent investigations by the authorities of several States have s6
tracted attention to proprietary medicines, and there isa marked dispel
sition t6draw a sharp line of distinction between mysterious nostrumu
and worthy articles of scientific compound and known character.
"Many proprietary medicines," says a leading
phy Ikian, ** are the best possible prescriptions for the
diseases which they are made to cure. It is certainly
only reWsoAable to expect that chemists of.
world-wide reputation and unlimited re-
sources ought to make compounds with excep-
tional skill, and it is manifestly to their in-
terest to have their ingredients fresh and
pure. *Take, for example, Lippman's great
remedy, popularly known as P. P. P.
The formula. is on every bottle. Every
physician knows that the ingredients are
the best possible remedies for purify-
Ing the blood, and the compound is
a scientific one, which increases the
efficiency of the whole. I some-
times prescribe special mixtures
for Blood Polsonini, Scrofulous
Affections, Catarrh, Frpnpm* and other ,
complaints rising from impure and weak -
blood, but ways feel safest in prescribing P. P. P.. especially whe
I am notz personally asqu inteA with the druggist. In prescribing
P. P. P. (LU pman's Great Remedy), I kpow I am taking nocbaace"*
Wbe doctors feel such confidence in. a standard remedy, It Is
m0 wonder that the general public insist upon having it.
P. P. P. is sold by all druggists. $S a bottle; six bottles, $5.

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.Full line of Cook Stoyes, Ringes and Heaters. A full line of Waa3n Mate-
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Pipe Fittings,: Injectors, Inspirators. Whistles, Steam Gauges, Oieck a'i. Gt)obe
Valves. Also;a full line of Rubber and Leather Belting, L'ce Leither, B3lt
Hooks and Seaom P&aking. A full hue of hrneesl and H~rass Lac3uhir. Cite-
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y Mr. Adams: S. Joint R. No. 237:tue aKer Digestve uoraiai ior
Aroosn. an amendment to Section many years, and it is always the same, tors about to be driven from the range
24 of Article 3 of the Const to tionof simple, honest, curative medicine -that and to prescribe penalties for failure to
Florida. Referred to Commsitteeon has helped to make the Shakers the comply with the provisions of this act
lortiutiona. Referedmen to Committee on .ealtay, long-lived people that they Referred to Committee on Agriculture.
Constitutional Amendments, are. The Shakers never have indiges- BILLS PASSED.
S. Joint R. No. 238: Proposing an tion. This is partly owing to their
amendment to Section 8 of Article 8 of simple moue of life, partly to the won- H. B. No. 263: To appropriate five
the Constitution of the State of Flor- derful properties of Shaker Digestive thousand dollars to defray the expense
ida. Referred to Committee on Con- Cordial. Indigestion is caused by the of and minntain an exhibit at the Pan-
stitutional Amendments. stomach glands not supplying enough American Exposition, at Buffalo, N. Y.
S. Joint R. No. 239: Proposing an digestive juice. Shaker Digestive Cor- passed.
amendment to Section 27, Article 3 of dial supplies what's wanting. Shaker H. B. No. 254: To amend Chapter
the Constitution of the State of Flor- Idigessive, Cordial invigorates the 4684, Laws of Florida, approved June 3,
ida. Referred to Committee on Consti- stomach and all its glands so that 1899, entitled an act to provide for and
tutional Amendments. after aw-dle they don't need help. As encourage the organization of a corps
By Mr. Baker: S. B. No. 241: To pro- evidence of the honesty of Shaker Di- of volunteer militia for service as a
vide a penalty forgambling in the estive ordeal, the formula s printed
State of Florida. Referred to Commit- on every bottle. Sold by druggists,'
tee. B. No. 242: To con- price 10 cents to $1.00 per bottle. A
By Mr.. Cril: S. B. No. 242: To con-
fer further powers upon the munici- the Peace shall enter judgments. Re-
pal corporation of the city of Palatka. ferred to Committee on Judiciary. W ay
Refered to Committee on City and By Mr. Broward, H. B. No. 377: To
County Organization. prohibit gambling and to secure the We have four chadren. Wih the irA
By Mr. Harris: S. B. No. 243: Au- punishment of gamblers and persons afreInM aandkabpainsfhmm
tnorizing the city of Key West to levy setting up or keeping places for gam-
a special tax for the support of a fee bling. Refered to the Committee on 12 to 4 houand had to be p d nd
public libay, and to authorize said city Judiciary. the influence of chloroform. I used three
to enter into an obligation for the The House took a recess until 3:30 bottles of Mother's Friend before our last
support of the same. Refered to Com- afternoon during which it had under W came.q which
mittee on City and County Organiza- consideration the primary election bill. r g
tion. Adjourned. c a strong, fat and
By Joint Committee: S. B. No. 244: ec' yL- boy, doing
To provide for the enlargement and re- SENATE MAY 9, 1901. r.7y F.ousework up
pair of the Capitol building, and mak- Senate met pursuant to adjournment. to wthin twohours
jng an appropriation to such purposes. The President in the chair. The fol- of birth, and sue-
BILLS PASSED. lowing Senators answered to their fie ed bu a ; ( w hard
S. B. No. 214: To abolish the present names: i
municipal government of the town of Mr. President, Messrs. Adams, Baker, Pi This ;ini- /
Arcadia, in the county of DeSoto, and Blitch, Broome, Butler, Carson, Cot- ment iz the gran.-
State of Florida, and to establish, or- trell, Crews, Crill, Denham, Dimick, est remedy ever
ganize and constitute a municipality Harris, Kirk, Low, Miller, McCaskill, an"
to be known as the city of Arcadia, McCreary, MacWilliams, Neel, O'Brien,
and to define its territorial boundary Palmer, Peacock, Rouse, Whidden, Ma
and to provide for its jurisdiction, Sams, Wilson of 4th, Wilson of 7th, iI So ers
powers and privileges. Passed. Wadsworth and Williams-29.
S. B. No. 230: To prescribe and en- NTRODUCTION OF BILLS. i
large the powers of the City Council of By Mr. O'Brien, B. No. 247: To M eil
Ocala, in relation to licenses and taxes make Mardi Gras day a legai hOliday in
upon any and all professions, business WLe city of Pensacola Referred to will do for every wcrmaa what it did for the
and occupations carried on or man- Committee on City and County Or- Minnesota mother who writes the above let-
aged in said city. Passed. ganization.
S. B. No. 80: Making an appropria- By Mr. Baker, S. B. No. 246: Au- ter. Not to use it duit-r Ffr--zncy is a
tion for an encampment of the Florida thorizing the county of Marion alone, mistake to be pii4 for in p.n :., s- d eing.
State Troops during the years 1901 and or in conjunction with any adjoining Mother's Frina e Vq-: t:? p'Aaint w h a
1902, and for the transportation of the county to construct bridges across the strong body and c,.::r ir.e'~ whch in
State Troons to and from the same. Withlacoochee River and Ocklawaha .. ...

river for public use. Referred to Com-
mittee on City and County Organiza-
by Mr. Wilson of 7th, S. Joint R. No.
248: Proposing an amendment to Sec-
tion 8 of Article XII and to repeal Sec-
tion 6 of Article XII of the Constitu-
tion of the State of Florida, relating
to State and county school levy. Re-
ferred to Committee on Constitutional
The Senate had under consideration
reports oa committees and messages
from the'Governor and House.
The House met pursuant to adjourn-
ment. The Speaker in the chair. The
following members answered to their
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Amos, Ander-
son, Blair, Blanton, Brown, Broward,
Buford, Burr, Campbell, Chambers,
Close, Crawford, Corbett, Davidson,
Davis, Dowd, Dowden, Duckworth, Ful-
ton, Gillen, Godfrey, Gornto, Griggs,
Grant, Gunn, Harvell, Hendry, Hunter,
Jackson, Jacoby, Johnson, Jones,
Koonce, Lee, McElroy, McGiffin, Mc-
Rae of Pasco, McRae of Putnam, Os-
teenPalmer, Parish of Holmes, Pinhol-
ster, Porte, Raney, Raulerson, Redding,
Rivers of Alachua, Rivers of Columbia,
Russell, Shoemaker, Sledge, Smith,
Sparkman, Thomas, Umstead, Wall,
Whaley, Williamson, Wilson, Wolfe,
Young and Zewadski-64.
'By Mr. Gornto, H. B. No. 378: Re-
quiring the Clerk of the Supreme Court
to refurnish such Supreme Court re-
as have been lost or destroyed by fire
to any of the County Judges' offices of
tWe State. Referred to Committee on
Dy Mr. Hamilton, H. B. No. 379: To
amend Section 259, Chapter 1, Title 5,
-of the Revised Statutes of Florida, and
to amend Section 3, of Chapter 4196,
approved June 2, 1893, relating to for-
feiture of school funds. Referred to
Committee on Education.
By Mr. Fulton, H. Joint R. No. 380:
reposing an amendment to Article 14,
of the Constitution or the State of
Florida, relating to miscellaneous pro-
visions. Referred to Committee on Con-
stitutional Amendments.
By Mr. Zewadski, H. B. No. 381: Au-
thorizing the county of Marion alone,
br in conjunction with any adjoining
county, to construct bridges across the
Withlacoochee River, and Ocklawaha
Ativer( for public use. Referred to Com-
mittee on Public R6ads and Highways.
By Mr..Close, H. B. No. 328: To con-
tinue the rights, -privileges. and grants
of the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad
Company and to extend the time for
commencement of work on same, and
the time within which said road shall
be built. Referred to Committee on
..aiiroaas and Telegraphs.
By Mr. Whaley, H. B. No. 383: To re-
quire the appointment of stock inspec-





tland force and to enforce discipline of conveying. lands granted to or held
theein.Paed. by the State for educational purposes
H. B. No. 31: To regulate the carry- and confirming and violating convey-
ing of concealed weapon 5Passed. 8 ances of such lands heretofore made.
H. B. No. 239: To amend Section --8 Passeu.
of the Revised Statutes o? the State of H. B. No. 54: For the relief of Wn.
Florida, relating to te par valupeta H. Ellis, of Gadsden county-Passed.
stock of corporations for profit.- H. B. No. 241: Restricting the issuing
stock of corporations for pro o warrants or contracting any liability
H. B, No. 235: To prohibit attorneys by any County Vommissioner of any
at law in this State from becoming county in excessbf the amount there-
sureties on official bonds. -Passed. fore provided by law-tassed.
H. B. No.251: scri the mode ('ontnusd on third Page.
H. B. No 51: p~ser'.ngne



The Kind You Ha Always B6ught, and which has been
in use for over ai years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per-
sonal supervision since its infancy.
/Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex-
riments that trifle with and endanger the health of
fnts and Children-Experience against Experiment.

C toria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregorie, Drops
Aid Soothing Syrnps. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
antains neither (Viumu, -Morphine nor other Narcotic
ubstanc. Its az-~eN is its guarantee. It destroys Wornis
nd allays Feveri:incess, It cur,'s Diarrloea and Wind
olic. It rel: ves 'eethin: Troubles, cures Constipation
id FItnlleuli.y. It a:siiiH!htec the Food, regulates the
Sontach a:nd Biiowels, giving iaitliy anct natural sleep.
e Children's Paitacca-Thie Mother's Friend.


SBears the Signature of

Te Kid You Have Always Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.
The C5mUTrAUn o~ur, 7? muerRy slnrTt. NEWYORK crrr.

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S, pi'ia-CH, South. M. B. B. Mabry, Pat-
tor Pyeaeh lH ever .y aos'.tu il
SM tiwedneedat .t P.M.
PraY er nU ODIS CHUNCc. J.B.Watts,
Eor in car g at the old Semi
esry ti ard Zunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30
ny prayer-meeting every Thursday night.
Iny. h ool, 230p. -.every Sunday aster-
SO.Classeetlg Sunday ipph7:30o'cl ek.
*,.. BMCAN CHURC Rev.8. L. McCarty,
or. Srvntxs will be held regularly eve'y
Lto0l Al.M. -and.- P.M. Seatasue
S a dla the public cordially invited to at-
iSunday School at 10zOO A.M: Prayer
Eting. Wednesda. 7:30 n. M. Union Chria-
n ndeavor Meeting. 80 P. M... Sunday.
BAIkST HUC. U nRev. S. M. Provence
oter. preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. n.
ery'.Sunday. sunday School at 10 a. mn.
prayer MeetinglWednesday 7p.m. AcordWi
wreiome is exteudled to all.
9!. JOHN8riISPALcn Carvcu. Dr. W. H.
r Pastor. Services: 'Preaching evety
*vt t 7:AM. 7BP.M. ?ridayeveningAei-
T.0 at 7: 30P. M. Sundv "School at 10 A. M.
.T O ur(;IU c" R EP".,j is t" -
C3rno. "o igg tMas a'd Sermon at A. M*
e trieOk, N $t rt.
dtio sw ,lk I. lt^.: : A.-M.
S. e 1-%. !L(-. rr .h L> I (T 5Vi1 ,' l
mes a cost priceb n e The r.TAt.

gat 3 p. P ti r i 0 l1 ..
prayer^ cetmg Tutsdaynight. Chass Meet-
-ag ThurSday .t-1. F. B INSO, Pastor.
piBTog' I;w'-ETINO 1 he BueTd ot Dire--
Irs l: ,i aro-,-ars Asociiltion hold tt r
eetrs i' on th third Fri' aY e'Vcnn1i of e.tch
moath nt s p '. ;r.t the l.brary.
T host who cre inter Sted in Chnstainm 'ci.i-
hco illt be welco-ed at the -sidepcc ofMr.
C. the K-r kvcs w ll be hvl
SundaYvsat 1.3 am.. ednesay at : p.m
rI.egular mietiag. of LEon L.Do -No.
%seheld every Tuesday Evening, t);en
Lodge Room, at b o'clock. All Br(t..ert s
.god standing are invited to attend.
W. B. :WLL-jON, W.- G.
B. L. COLLINS, E.- *
rAm NT-ne4ular meetings al At
L.VNCAMPr.NT No ., are held t2 rs
and third ThursdaY Eveniugs ot eacmonth
St their Lodice RooM, at"S o'clock. A :1 Pattr
Maea in good standing nvitedto. ttend.. .
W. M. MCiNTOSH. Si..,. C. P.
W. H. CHANCRY. Srtibe.
I Lodge. 0. o meeseeco.
and fourth Thursday evemnngsof each sar
tf uMone Hal~ E. PHILBRICK, Dictator.
W. H. CHANCEY, reporter.
icero Lodge No. I K. of P.. meets e-le
SThursday evening 'in Castle Hzlt. Visiting
Knightsare cordially invited to attend.
JULiUs BALL_. '-C.
S J.F. HILL,K.of.S- :59-
S|B. S..of the E. }
io0ds its wetting every WedfnDeMy eve
It a- eight o' clock, at its Lodge room-up
I, onCe dc east of the nneX of thc- pe
Winding are oordiaT17 Ilvitcd to attend.
Taferegulc onvocation of Florida P. A
1 4pter No. 1, will be held on the Beed am
S ir th Mondays of each month at 8 (- :)c
W. M. MCITOSH, SB.. Secretary.
grRegular meetins of J ACKSO) tODQ
mI o month. at86'clock. P.M.e
W. M.McIrosH.Sma..Secretarv

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-askell School0 Glucago.

W rPreservation of Natural Teeth
ld Crowns, Bridgework, and Meta.
Of lts a Specialty. Gas adnunistered.

U*, iW all kinds of Household articles ol
7 UNe. Trunks, Bags. Satcbels, looks
letenCings. Guns, Pistols, Shooting Ot-
ld l s also Bicycles and Sewing Ma-
Shop on Jeflerson Street, near New
market. Work done on short notice, and
Oieim. 35-tt

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isFur s1- g PGoods,


8strMet oi posite St. James
sock of GInt's Furnishijgs.
Uti stock o Stationery,

Ot Lines of readable Books, *
DL BOOKS, ading Maga-
Periodicaand Daily Pa-
a*ilwayson and, r
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eCntinued from SPrond Page. quarantine station under certain con- ru
H. B. No. 249: 'ft incorporate the editions. Passed. mi
town of Trilby, in Pasco County, vlor- S. B. No. 214: To provide for the
ida, and provide tor the election of its enlargement and repair of the Capital pr
annicipal officer--Passed building, and making an appropriation ce
H. A. No. 144: For the relief of Geo. for such purpose. Passed. fe;
P. Raney and compensate him for S. B.- .o. 157: To establish scholar-
labor performed in comp-ing a Manual ships in the State Normal School at
of Statutes of the State of Florida for Der'uniak Springs and to make appro-
Justices of the Peace--Passed priation thereof. Passed.
H. B. No. 225: Requiring employers S. B. No. 188: Requiring the owners q
to give cause of discharge to an agent of water-logged or sunken logs in the
or employee in writing 'when requested waters of 'the Suwannee River to re-
to do so.-Passed. move the same, and providing a penal- an
H. B. No. 99: To establish a standard ty for failure thereof. Passed. th"
of weights and measures of the State of S. B. No. 189: To regulate the cap- id
Florida.-Passed. ture of fish in the waters of the State
H. B. No. 233: To amend Section 5 of of Florida, and to protect the fish, and
Chapter 4357 of the Laws of Florida to provide a penalty for the violaLion
entitled an act to prescribe the mode of the provisions of .. s Act. Passed.
of procedure in cases of supposed in- S. -. No. 200: To amenu Sections m
sanity, to provide lor competent exam- 29, 32, 35, 48 and 67 of Chapter 4.. of M
nations, to define the unties of county the Laws of Florida, entitLed an act na
and circuit judges, and to repeal all tor ...e assessment and collection of
laws in conflict with this act--Passed, revenue, approved June 1, 1895, as
SENA TE ..... amended by Chapter 4515 of the Laws "'
SENATE, MAY 10. of Florida, approved June 5, 1897. C
Tne Senate met pursuant to adjourn- Passed.
ment. The President in the chair.Tne Senate Substitute for -.. B. No. 147: .
following Senators answered to their To prohibit the kidnapping of children '
names: P with intent to extort money from the l
Mr. President, Messrs. Adlams, Baker, parents ,guardian or persons having -A
Blitch, Broome. Butler. Carson, Cot- the custody of sucu child, and to affix
trell. Crews, Denham, Dimick, Harris, a penalty for violation thereof. Passed. l
Kirk, Law, Miller, Myers, MccCaskill S. B. No. 234: To enable cities, towns
McCreary, MacWilliams, Neel, C'Brien, and villages incorporated under any b
Palmer, Peacock, Rouse, Whidden, general or special law of # is State to
Sams, Wilson of 4th. WilsoE of 7th, fix the rates and charges for the supply
Wadeworth and Williams-31. of water furnished by any individual.
INTRODUCTION Ol< BILLS company or corporation to any such s
city, town or village and tne inhabit-
By Mr. McCaskill, S. B. No 249: Re- ants thereof. Passed.
.quiring operators of railrods to to S. B. No. 194: To authorize the mun- P
Keep record of and publish marks and icipality of Palatka Ao issue bonds and t
erande of stock killed by Irains. Re- to provide for the payment thereof.
feared to Committee on Railroads. Passed.
:! By Mr. Wilson of 7th, S. B. No. 250: S. B. No. 40: To reimburse the ,
STo amena Sections one (1) and nine (9) county of Lake for certain criminal o
of Chapter -4255 of the Laws of Florida, cost and expenses pa.,i by it prior to
entitled ani act to increase the facili- the adoption of the amendment to Se-
t. nd the option of the amendment to Sec-
Sies and improve transportation tion 9 of Article X V I of the Constitu-
t throughout the State, and to incorpor- In Passed
ate the Florida Grand Trunk Railway o N 1Passed. T "
Company- approved June 3, 1833. Re- S. B. No. 192: To provide for issuing
feared to Committee on Railroads, in manuscript form bonds of the
By Mr Dimick, S. B. No. 2-: To ex- State of Florida. payable to the edu-
empt FoMr Da State and County Fair national funds of the State for the pur-'
Associations from tate, county and pose of refunding bonds already issued
d ocia s f nd ens s d at a lower rate of interest, and to pro-
Smunicipal taxes an d licenses. ReferredT vidte .-or the disposition of the bonds
to Committee on Finance and Taxa- and money now in the sinking funds
CER. --. B. No. 217: To provide for the sale
y Eathig sores, sweDl-gs, falling bair, of school books in this State and pre-
g mucoun patches, ulcers, scrofla, ach- scribing the manner in which they are
ing bones and joints, itching skin, to be sold- Passed.
boils, pimples, etc., by taking Botanic Adjourned.
Blood Balm (B. B. B.) made especially HOUSE, MAY 10.
to cure malignant blood and skin "rhe House met pursuant to adjourn-
troubles. B. B. B. heals every sore meat. The President in the hair. The
P and -makes the bloed pure an, rich. following members answered to their
6 Over 3000 cures of worst and most ob- names:
stinate cases by taking B. B. L& Drug- Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Anderson,
gists, ,1. Describe trouble and trial Italbs, Blair, Brown, Broward, Buford.
bottle sent free by writing to Blood Bnrr, Campbell, Chambers, Clark,.
Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. (lose, Crawford, Corbett, -Tavidson,
S.on and licenses-Referred to the Davis, Duckworth, Gillen, Godfrey,
Committee on Finance and Taxaion. Gornto, Griggs, Grant, Gunn, Harvell,
By Mr. Butler, S. B. No. 252: T1 He0iry, Hopk-ins Hunter, Jackson,
make it the duty of .ae Governor to ap- "I s with a good deal of pleasure
-point an agent to examine the records and satisfaction that I recommend
accounts and transacLons of county Chajmberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di-
officers and to fix compensation for arrhoea Remedy.," says DJraggist A. -
such agents.-Referred to Committee W. Sawtelle, of Hartford, Conn. "A
on Judiciary. lady customer. seeing the remedy ex-
-BILLS PASSED. posed for sale on my .ahow case, said
o ;to me:: really 'believe that meacine
S. B. No. 215: Creating three Con- saved any life the past -summer while
gressional Districts in the State of ;at the .shore,' and she became so en-
Florida, and defining the boundaries Ithnsiast:c over its merits that I at
of same, and repealing Sections 57 and i once made up my mind to recommend
58 of the Revised Statutes of the State it in the future. Recently a gentle-
of Florida. Passed. man came into my store so overcome
H. B. No. 247: To repeal Chapter -with colic pains that he sank at once
4798 of the Laws of i lorida, being an to the floor. I gave him a dose of
act entitled an act empowering the this remedy which helped him. I
County Commissioners of Hernando repeated the dose and in fifteen min-
County to contract for road work in. utes he left my store smilingly in-
the several districts, Acts of 1899. forcing me that he felt as weli as
Passed. ever." Sold by Wight & Bro. and all
H. B. No. 98: For the relief of Jef- medicine dealers.
person county. Passed.
S. Joint Resolution No. 191: To au- Jacoby, Johnson, Jones, Koonce, Lee,
thorize the State Board of Health of L'Engle, McElroy, MtcikOn, McRae of
Florida to" negotiate with the United Pasco, McRae of Putnam, Osteen,
states government to operate the Palmer, Parrish of Holmes, Pinholster,
Porter, Raney, Raulerson, Bedding,
T ..~ f Rivers of Alachua, Rivers of Columbia,
for Uver eniTv ears. Russell, Shoemaker, Sledge, Sparkman,
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has Thomas, Umstead, Wall, Wiliamson,
been used for over fifty years by mi- wolfe, toung and Zewadski-6-2.
lions of mothers for their children while Mr. Jackson of C.-rus submitted a
teething, with perfectsaccess. Itsoothes petition from a large number of phos-
the child, softens the gums, allays all phate mine operators against the leas-
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best ing of the State convicts to be worked
remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve in phosphate mines In this State.
the poor little sufferer immediately. By Mr. Clarke: H. B. No. 384: To
, Sold by druggists in every part of the make it unlawful for live stock to run
l world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be at large in Election District No. 4 of

lure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth I.efferson county, and to provide for
ing Syrup," and take no other kind. the impounding and sale of stock so

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H. B. No. 246: Requ ing the County
Commissioners of the' veral counties
of Florida to provide; r tne purchase
of bloodhounds, and f<* places for the
safe-keeping of sameifor the use ot
the sheriffs of such i ties. Passed.
S. B. No. 90: To pride for a.e re-
printing. sale and disl ibution of cer-
M. ML Austin, a civil, ar veteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writ "'My wife was
sick a long time in s of gooa doc-
tor's treatment, but w wholly cure
by Dr. King's New L e Pills, which
worked wonders for he heath." They
always do. Try them. Only 25c at all
tain enumerated volu- es f Florida
Supreme Court Repo now out of
print Passed.
S. B. No. 50: To ame d Section i of
Cnaprer 4233, Laws ofFlorida, being
an act to amend Sectiqs 280 and 281,
and to repeal Section of tie Re-
vised Statutes of the te of Florida,
relating to the Flori Agricultural
college. Passed.
S. B. No. 11: Proh iting killing,
capturing or shooting ny deer. alli-
gator, crocodile, wate owl or any
wild Jird (except crow, within one
mile cf the incorpora town o. West
I-alm Beach. Florida. ed
S. B. No. 92: To exte the time for
beginning work upon Pan-Ameri-
can Railway, and the ipon to con-
firm to sa-d railway all rights, powers,
privileges and grants h retofore con-
'ferred upon the same. passed.
S. B. No. 77: To annd the city
charter of the city of port Tampa.
SL B. .No. 196: To ex*nd the time
Eor completing the Tallagassee South-
eastern Railfay, and to preserve ano
continue the grant of landis heretofore
made to aid in its construction. Passed.
i H. B. No. 153: To protect shade trees
long the public roads ,f the State
4f Florida. Passed.
IH. B. No. 12:Limiting 'the time in
r which elections held under Article XIX
qf the Constitution may e contested.
!S .B. No. 230: To prescribe and en-
large the powers of the ciy council of
(.cala in relation to licenses and taxes
upon any and all profeions, busi-
ness ano occupations ca ied on or
managed in said city. Pa
H. Memorial No. 2/8: A memorial to
Congress relative to a ligh house at St.
Andrews Bay. Passed.
H. Memorial No. 272: A memorial to
Congress relative to deepen g and im-
proving tne pass of St. A rews Bay,
Florida. Passed.
H. B. No. 143: To re Chapter
4412 of tne Laws of Florida, relating to
the limitation of actions r the re-
covery of actions for the very of
real property. Passed.
3. ,o. 245: To prevent he shoot-
ing of live pigeons, fowls or their birds
for amusement or as a t of skill
in marksmanship. Passed.
S. B. No. 66: To repeal th common
law rule relating to the comn mission of
mae crime of rape by a boy der four-
teen years, and providing f ar .e de-
termining of the capability persons
charged with the crime of ra e.Passed.
S. B. No. 211: To abolish t present
municipal government of th town of
Lake Qity, in the county of lumbia,
and State of Florida, and to tablish,
organize and constitute a nicipal-
Ity to be known and design as the
city of -ake City, and to defl its ter-
ritorial boundary, and to pr vide for
Its jurisdiction, powers and ivileges.
S. B. No. 95: In relation to e entry
of judgments and decrees o super-
sedeas and apeal bonds, aganl princi-
pals and sureties, and the issance of
executions thereon. Passed.
S. B. No. 84: To prohibit t shoot-
ing into or throwing deadly issiles

After meals you should hav4
a feeling of comfort and sati
You should not feel any specs
cations that digestion is going
you do, you have indigestio n
'u 14tie.

on. If
^l .1..*

FREE. forennasutation andadvice ateither
his office or by malL
Dr. Hathaway & Co.,
W2 Bryan Street, Savannah, Ga<

into dwellings or other unoccupied
,ouses, street cars or vehicles. Passed.
H. B. No. 111: For the relief of John
T. Detwiler for services and expenses
as Fish Commissioner of the State of
Florida. Passed.
H.; B. No. 264: To amend Section
3024 .of the Revised Statutes, relating
to coroner's fees. Passed.
H. B. No. 268: To legalize the acts
of all notary publics of the State of
r loritia 'ip to April 1, 1901. Passed.
H. |B. No. 243: To amend Section 8
of Ci pter 4f78 of the Laws of Florida,
entitled an act to provide for the di-
visiot of counties into school districts,
and for toe election bi-ennially of three
school trustees and to prescribe their
uutier and powers, and for levying, col-
lectiig and disbursing district school
taxes.: approved June 5, 1899. Passed.
H. j3. No. 175- To provide the man-
ner ij which corporations existing
in ths State for pro.--, create(i under
thd Ga'neral Corporation Law, may ex-
tend %he term for which they are to
exist. L Passed.
Aft(r which it adjourned until Mon-
day, w hic
Bn.t her beauty was compleLely hid-
den by sores, blmtches and pimples till
she ased Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Then
they finished 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.

Waaaed to ti Is OB.e of His Wea-
The l{ev. Dr.' -. a prominent cler-
gyman. relates with much gusto the
following story about himself. His
present wife. by the way. is not the
wife of his youth nor yet of hip early
manhood. but the lady of his third
choice, and as a consequence the doc-
tor's set of olive branches spring from
divers maternal ancestry.
"Such a condition of affairs," said
the doctor. "might at times become
embarrassing except for the thorough
amiability of all concerned. I confess.
however, to a slightly disconcerted
feeling vben shortly before my third
Smarri&ag I was approached by one of
my daug ters, a girl of 9 aad one who
called m, second wife mother,- with
the question: 'Papa, will you let me
go to see you married? I have never
been at awsy of your weddings-' "-Fun,

are Nl
eased h
avoid d<
even su<

tre's warning notes of
ing danger om a dis-
art. If you would
bilitating diseases, or
Lden death. from this

hidden tuble pay heed to the
early gs. Strengthen the
heart's ces, quiet its nerv-
ous irri and regulate its
adion wi that greatest of all
heart- edies, Dr, Miles'
Heart C e

49" 1e

rt beat so hard that it
ed, and the pain was
severe that I could
tthe. I used four bot-
Xiles' Heart Oure and


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Notiein "Inetve Age" f A
Book w toobtainPatents"
J atwges moderate. No fee till patent is secured.<
Letters strictlyconfidential. AddreM
E SGERS, PateattawyeWasi gt..C.j

Everybody Says So.
Cascarers Candy Cathartic, the most
wonderful medical discovery of the age,
pleasant and refreshing to 'he t:.s v, act
gently and positively on kidney-,- liver
and boweLs. cleansin. the entire: vsteam,
dispel colds, cure headache, fever, hab-
itual constipation and liiiouters.
Please buy and.try a Ilx of ('. C. C. to-
day; 10, 25, 50 cents. Sold ani guaran-
teed to cure by all druggiss.


Mnd ef r andi

S"' DLealer in Marble
W)Oaesic. Orders Filled 0o
tee his cuts and prices b
'ionev outside the Sta;te.


Fort in and
a Short Notice.
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inning at large. I
ittee on Agricultur
By Mr. Umstead:
ovide for sheriffs to
rs of County Judo
rred to Committee
Adjourned to 3.30
The House resume
eorum present.
H. Joint R. No.
amendment to Secti<
le Constitution of
a. Passed.
The House met pu
lent The Speaker
allowing members
Mr. Speaker, M
3ates, Blair, Brown
ampliel., Cbamber
'rawford, Corbett,
lowd, Dowden, D
illen, Godfrey, Gor
S;;nn. Harvell, H
uiinter, Jackson,
ones, Koonce, Lee,
McRae of Pasco, M
)steen, Parrish of F
'orter, Rlaney, RI
divers of Alachua,
ia, Ikussell, Shoema
Sparknan, Thonmas
W, --i'mson, Wolfe,
By Mr. Zewadsk
Permitting certain
the Public Record
counties of this Sta
By Mr. Harvell:
amen, Section 13,
of Florida, relating
nations. Refered t

W7% 4w Ah


MAY 23 1901.

referredd toCorn- EU CU PIS S
B. B. No. 385: To WN E H I E UUBEa. W
be executive offi- The of the T; me Gives d
es' Courts. Re- Every Case His Personal Atteimio. P
on Judiciary. Mt doctors have a er
S, m. DOCt otabtock rene6'!a41wicb tts'it-) in e
Hatbaway's 01l cases which xeca; .it il iti;ftr
3hION. "La w tD u't liaLiaaways DLoI w
S. N.Etiod* Everyca-vc withbminasmoK*'tcrefuly
its session. A dlanoaked and the exact T
S. iUon oftedaaesedcon- b
|dt,-n deLe'1Wned Thus
'SED. evar- -'.- -------I
: Proposing an ministered shich ar 8
S8, Article 12 of pecially prepared under
8, Article 012 of' rDr. Hathaway's per'-oUal
e State of Flor- s upervwionforeacha -.
R- q t Notwo peopleare affected. r
1 *11 byapartcular dMeae nthe
| 'iue manner, cowsquenv t
lyno two people shmlUd be
Y y1; treated in Ue same way
l even for rsam. cplant.
.. I k/ BSL^^ Dr. HathawayIs a speclW-
ant to adjourn- !t in U*e best senseof the
he chair ..The .- ~w ~ord-he treats special dia.
the chair. The -1 "V ases mapecial manneraof
a swered to their ofr -a system studied out years ago wile in
E- a... am cole and hospital practice andf in-
Evw O n rovedandenlarueduponcon-tandy
rs. Anderson, ~ly Snrin thi twenty years mnc-- 1
S Bu twenty years of the most exte- .,rve
S uford, urr, TBudr practice enjoyed lby any s clal 't in
I's Clarke, Close, th.sctnftry. Dr.Hathawa -.aertand naaif',tr" me- V
d' ue duototusindivlmsytenof trt ro.AS"
vidson, Davis c i In pt o hundreds of r cets
.. ET. v yearlyfromdoctors4inall partsioftlhe
m. worth, Fulton, Tretmat world, asking for the p;nve,:- of ]
rii Griggs,Grant, neU.nathaway8-Ahdoftrmtmfnlitt f
-Ie ry,-"" Hop-kins it i4-to allow none edede himuselt f Weknf -.i %
e ry, Hopkins, mxi die a~, he aistoow aware (it us- '
J oby, Johnson, chief nichhmay be doneby the n
Elroy, McGiffin, Skl r.Haaway'a tr-;>tm ,n, f,'
c e of Putnam, seases. cure a forms i t wiate. r-.ti,
Hq es, Pinholster, bh loteh, pimp I tc.aai' not oanly reTtarn' t,-,'i.
u111 rson, Reptid ing nndsPalp tatheir natural condition., Nito t-r.) ,-'
u rson- R Oing, thxeh:diUthatthe disa-seIs pennanontly an.i ('.,
vers of Colum- pletelydrivnfrn the sstem aia:ibthswis .. il
"1 .i ., -A.. a,,,ii~iattrln poisononaor danaeroa s dra;-o.
ak Sledge, Smith, adu ister' a-- treatment of V.r.a wr.,
S! instead, WVall VarleCOlm andStricturol'aasethp.i .:.;.'i
msadea Wall, St-. M r. s vely his own and in.uO i'r -I.,t
Y ng and Zewad- St L r of all case reeitq aina-- r.
and permanent eure. Fo operr'atian aIn'ieuaralira'lI
no pain or inconvenience Oare expriencf(d by t!; i
ON F BILLS. patient. The rxiene of thistreatnent is much K-
S"1t thanthat of any operaton, or hoplitl or iritklt'i.
.i: B. No. 387 trpatiaent, and s both safe and sure, rpetoringc tL.
,io o.g.a to a condition f perfect, normalt health.
S1sons access to a Dr.Hathawarliajudstprp;,re a ne-e
Is the various K y testqein ank for thee who a
--e l" l ....... Il reaonto suspect Kidtwy tronl-litrpt
ate.| Passed. a s, thi blank he wll gladlysend free ,
H. B. No. 3388: To everyone who sends him his name and address..
.NO. ooo. 10 '__ .The demand for Dr. Hathaw-av'snew
U(h- ter 4192, Laws 1mw B1 k book "Manlines. Vigor, Health" kha
lto teachers' exami-; FRE already xhausted the frt edition rf
toja r [- r,00AW but for a limited time a eopy (of
SC mmittee on Ed- theisbook wilbe sent freeto anyone who sends his
Sea__--,.._ name and addref to Dr. Hathaway.
S ut ation Dr. athaway makes no charge

Trouble 8r-edllg ConditleE,
Robblns- Funny. but young people
who seem to love one another the most
evotedly are oftentimes the first peo-
le to fight after marriage.
Wren-The trouble is, you see, they
endeavor to protract the "two souls
ritb but a single thought" Idea too far.
rvo persons with but a single thought
between them cannot help beating 6ne
Mbher sooner or later.-Bos;on Tron-

-s a pity a balky horse does not
realize that it is easier to pull than to
akV" the whipping that goes with a
balk.-Atchbisou Globe.

A Family Medicine Cesit.
A family medicine chest for en cea:s
In a pretty little enameled metal box
you have the means of k'- -'mg -the
whde family healthy, from t-t:,. togood
old grantd-pa. (Go to your dru'--ist and
get a Ix.x of Ca.-careth t'Crilv t ;ihartic
for ten cents, and so- that %, & always
h:;v them in the house-. ( .tic. sick
h. a ac'.e, dyspepsia, pIrMtplc.-., r epless-
ne-N. worms :ind ne;.rly every their
uitij are ured by some far':~tf con-
stipatlion and in that little h ,ou h;ive
a pt rfect renidy always at ti .; :
your doctor ills ::nd reveit .- .io il-
ness by the useof the Iw\(-,t. S:,i.. y i;itle
pief.,s of candy Il.;at make o, nit l ai
kl p you well. We reconiienut'- Case
rets to all our readers,


cAN 61PIM61

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Land of Powe.

.JOHN C. TRICE, Ed. and Prw r.

It seems practically certain
nowadays that the chief ques-
tion which will convulse on-
gress and he nation nextjwin-
ter will be that of the -'riff,
both in its relation to trust-n ade
goods and in connection with
the reciprocity treaties 1hich
were so unceremoniously barked
last winter. The matter will
probably first come up ij con-
nection with Cuba, which will
negotiate a reciprocity treaty
with the United States as soon
:as its Government is organized
and capable of making any trea-
ties at all.
President McKinley has prom.
ised to urge the ratification of
this upon Congress by every
means in his power and will
probably keep his word in view
of his well known sentiments on
the subject.
But the protected interests are
already up in arnis, the beat
sugar men of the West taking
the lead. They have threaten-
ed to fight the proposed recip-
rocity to a finish. The tobacco
men do not care so much, as
they say Cuban tobacco does
not come into competition with
the American product except in
an indirect way.
Senator Platt's own State of
Connecticut raises a great deal
of tobacco, and while the Sena-
tor says that he has not yet
heard of any objections to re-
ciprocity with Cuba, neverthe-
less his state would be false to
her record if she did not protest
bitterly sooner or later, it beini
Connecticut which was chief y
responsible for the abandon-
ment of "plain duty" and whose
influence prevented the consid-
eration of the French recipro-
city treaty.
According to Senator Platt it
is not proposed by anyone to
give Cuban products free atd-
mission to the United States-
the home sugar growers are not
willing to make any concessions
whatever, and they are already

appealing to other interests
which are not involved in the
Cuban arrangement to stand by
Their argument is that an at-
tempt is to be made to lower all
the important tariff schedules
by means of reciprocity treaties,
not only with Cuba, but with
most of the leading nations;
therefore the whole protective
system is involved, they say,
and it behooves all who are in-
terested to make a test case of
the Cuban treaty and beat it if
Interest in the subject is stead-
ily growing, and both sides are
lining up for a battle royal next

Washington, May 18.--The War De-
partment has awarded contracts for
the removal of the Confederate dead
from the cemetery at the Soldiers'
Home and from other local graveyards
to the National Cemetery, at Arling-
ton, where they will be grouped on a
beautiful plot of three and one-half
acres. The graves' will be arranged
within a circle surrounding a mound
upon wuich will be placed flowers and
shrubbery, the .remainder of the plot
being planted with similar growths, in-
cluding trees native to Southern soil.
bill appropriating the money neces-
sary for the removal ot the bodies was
passed by Congress some time ago, and
.we work would have been carried out
last fall had it not been for sbme oppo-
sition that was aroused in the South.
accordingly the removal was post-
poned for several mw.ths o- allow time
for the list of:f tie ead to Abe publised
in the Soutfwft the state nt that if
the friends of any particular person de-
sired to take their deau. elsewh* they
were at libe'CY t- uob so. No responses
have been received, and the Depart-


with the average area of an American
county, hal an adminltrative estab-
lishment as large as that of an Ameri-
can State, and each official draws a
salary from two to five times as great
as that paid the average American
public servant. The expenses and rev-
enue of Jamaica, for instance, are ex-
actly the same as those of the State of
Texas, which has seventy times the
area and five times the population of
this British dependency. The popula-
tion and wealth of the islands are not
sufficient to support more than one
small and efficient administrative
torce, but they are taxed to support
eight governments, for places must be
made for political favorites and
younger sons who cannot be cared for
in their native lands. Porto Rico has
already h4d a taste of this, the resu.i
being evident already in the misery
.,-at exists there.
The Supreme Court will meet only
twice more before adjournment for the
summer, and yet there is not the
slightest indication of a decision in the
colonial cases being handed down.
w while no one wants to hurry the court
unduly, nevertheless the impression is
gaining ground here that some decision
should be rendered. The Porto Rican
act was passed more than two years
ago. It was based on the theory that
the Constitution does not follow the
flag ;that our new insular acquisi-
tions are not under the Constitution;
not integral parts, but colonial possess-
ions of the United States. That theory
has shaped our policy toward all of
those acquisitions, and has been the
government's policy for more than two
years Meanwhile, cases have been
pending in the Federal Courts-most
of the time in the Supreme Court-in-
volving the vaildity of the Porto Rican
act and, consequently, the constitution-
ality of the government's insular pol-
icy. The most momentous conse-
quences hang on the ueferred decision,
and it certainly seems desirable that
iL should not be postponed for another
six months.
Counterfeiting seems to be becom-
ing one of the lost arts. So far this
year only four counterfeits have been
discovered, and but six weeks of the
fiscal -year remain. This -breaks the
record for dullness in the counterfeit-
ing business. Last year nine counter-
feits were discovered, the year before
that seventeen, while in still earlier
years from twenty to forty was the
number. Counterfeiting does not pay
any more. The Secret Service men
say it is as easy to pass a bogus bill
now as it ever was, but they think the
good times and plenitude of employ-
ment has induced a great many of the
old-time workers to turn honest.
Monday last was "1Emancipation
hiay,v, and was celebmted by the col-
ored people with various forms of
aniuseillenat and recreation. Pieni-s,
har11eeues and ti h frie etc.. were
the order of (l'h da(v thilroihoit the
(-o111 -.
At ShidziJlka. on L ;1 .Ja-k-
son. supper as served, adi waste fol-
lowed byV an e.xhiliiion with lhe ste.r-

col.ptie,0. o0,ptigraiph and phonograph.
Dr \\a-hoo-chee, the Indian lec(-
turr and1 xhil'itor. a-siste-, Prof.
(lark, in 'iltertaaiililig tilhe large
gathering of colored people, and the
result was one of the finest exhib-
itions ever given on Lake Jackson.
W ha-hoo-chee. wliose n Indian an-
cestors one(* roamed over these
"hipply hunting grounds," was pho-
tographed with his squaw and dog.
He was also photographed in full In-
dian war costume, with tomahawk
in on0 hand and an open bible in the
other, addressing a large crowd of
colored people.
When he presented his passion
play, with his improved optigraph,
illuminated by Prof. Clark's power-
ful oxy-calcium light, and the scenes
of Lazarus arising from the dead
and of Christ himself unshrouding
his .risen body and stepping forth
from the empty sepulchre, the effect
upon the emotional nature of the
colored people was such that some
o them cried out as if the living and
moving Christ were actually before

The Carrabelle, Tallahassee and
Georgia Railroad rill, next Sunday,
run an excursion from this city to Lan-
ark and Carrabelle. The fare for the
round trip has been fixed at the ex-
ceptionally low rate of one dollar, so
that every one may have an opportun-
ity to spend the day on the Gulf. The
train, will leave this city at 8 a. m., and
returning, will leave Carrabelle at 6 p.
m. Good bathing, etc.
The following cases were disposed
of at the Spring Term of the Circuit
State vs. Clarence B. Collins, indict-
ment embezzlement. Continued.
State vs. Patterson McBride, Sarah
McBriue and Hardy Scipio. Indict-
ment murder. Continued.
.jate vs. Mitch Phillips. Indict-
ment assault with intent to murder.
Guilty of aggravated assault.
State vs. E. H. Purdy and At Rose-
dale. Indictment keeping gambling
house. Guilty.
b,.ate vs. J. F. Vanzant and nnie
Gray. Indictment adultery. Contin-
State vs. Jefferson Davis and Emma
Williams. Indictment adultery. Con-
t State vs. Philip Graham. Indict-
ment murder. Guilty murder in first
degree with recommendation to
State vs. Joe Williams. Apeal from
rnlmntrv Judep'P r'nt N nT l rnl -

State vs. Hammond (ooper. Indict-
ment grand larceny. Not guilty.
State vs. Berry Byrd. Indictment
murder. Guilty of mnanlaughter.
State vs. A. R. Hemmingway. In-
dictment manslaughter. Not guilty.
State vs. Brai Randolph. Indict-
ment disposing of property subject to
hm. Not Guilty.
State vs. John Durrant. Indict-
ment larceny of a horse. Guilty.
State vs. Thompson Warner. In-
dictment manslaughter. Not guilty.
Just as we go to press we learn that
Messrs. Purdy and Rosedale, convict-
ed at this term of the Circuit Court of
keeping a gambling house, have each
oeen sentenced to pay a fine of $5000
or to three years in the State prison.

in the middle of the night last Fri-
day, Mrs. R. H. %amble was aroused
by a noise in her hall like some one
falling, anu on going to see what
caused it was shocked to see a bright
light flaming up from all around the
prostrate form of a lady guest,- Miss
Porter. She immediately hurried to
the back hall and found Miss Porter
in a faint, and an over-turned lamp
from which the burning oil was run-
ning and encircling the helpless lady
in a sheet of flame.
Mrs. Gamble did not lose her pres-
ence of mind under the trying experi-
ence, as many another lady would
have done, but calling for help, pulled
Miss Porter from the encircling fire,
and rushing for blankets, succeeded
in smothering the flames.
Miss Porter, it seemed, had just re-
covered from an attack of illness, and
was consequently very weak. During
the nigi in question, wishing a glass
of water, she attempted to go to the
bath-room for it, carrying t..e lamp.
On reaching the back porch, her
weakness overcame her auid she faint-
ed. with the results as stated above.
Fortunately. there was not very
much oil in the lamp, or the result
would have been much more serious.
As it was only the fortunate awaken-
ing of Mrs. Gamble uy the noise of
Miss Porter's fall anu her hurrying to
ascertain the cause prevented Miss
Porter from being fatally bhtrned,and
possibly the destruction of t-e house
as well :
Dr. Palmer was summoned and
dressed the burns Miss Porter had
sustained, one on the knee-cap being
quite severe.
Mrs .Gamble has been much com-
mended for her coolness and presence
of mind, and all are congratulating
her for toe happy escape from what
could have easily been a serious con-
flagration or greater tragedy.

It Is a mystery why women endure
Backache, Headache, Nervousness,
Sleeplessness, Melancholy, 1' painting
and Dizzy Spells when thousands have
proved that Electric Bitters will
quickly cure such troubles. "I suffer-
ed for years with kidney trouble,"
writes Mrs. Phebe Cherley, of Peter-
son. Ia.. "and a lame back pained me
so I could not dress myself, but Elec-
tric Bitters wholly cured me, and, al-
though 73 years old. I now am able to
ao all my housework." It overcomes
constipation, improves appetite, gives
perfect health. Only 50c at all drug-

Dr. John W. Hoffman, professor of
agriculture in the Florida State Indus-
trial College, is one of the mos, noted
negro scientists in the world. He has
just been elected a member of the
Massachusetts Horticultural Society,
and also belongs to the Royal Agricul-
tural Society of England, and many
similar organizations.-New York Tri-

"une 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 in the house to protect our
children from Croup and Whooping
Cough. It cured me of a chronic
bronchial trouble that no other rem-
Coughs, Colds, 'nroat and Lung
troubles. 50c and $1.00. Tria. bottles
free at all druggists.

Our Printing Department having
been moved to our n4w quarters just
previous to the great fire, we are in a
position to fill all orders for printing,
ruling and binding as promptly as here-
tofore. Respectfully,
116 West Forsvth St.. Jacksonville, Fla.

The Washington Life,
Is the oldest and best Insurance Corn
panv. One dollar a week will secure
the' hest 20-ve',r payment policy. Fif-
tv cents will secure ordinary life 20
payment, your money
and 6 per cent back if you live. nud full
enace value if you die. For pariicula)s
fa1l on J. C. TIUCE.

k- //i@vI

The State of Florida: To all whom it
nay concern. AllU persons Interested
In, or having any liens upon the prop-
erty hereinafter described, are hereby
notified to appear at the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon
county, State of Floriua, on the first
Monday in June next, and show what
interest, if any, they have in the prop-
erty hereinafter described, and to show
cause why such property should not be
taken by the Georgia, Florida and Ala-
bama Railway company, a ody cor-
porate organized under the laws of the
State of Georgia, and having Mied a
copy of its charter in the office of the
Secretary of the State of Florida, for
the purpose of the right of way for the
railroad of said company, and tq make
answer to the petition of said
company filed in the Circuit of
the Second Judicial Circuit of
Florida in and for said county
of Leon, praying the condemna-
tion of such land for said pur-
pose, or else to be forever barred. The
said company desiring to extend its
line from the town of West Bainbridge
in the State of Georgia, to the city of
1allahassee, in the said county of
Leon. The property sought to be
taken is a certain piece of land situate
-i the said county of Leon, and lying
in the southeast quarter, and the east
ualf of the southwest quarter of sec-
tion 28, township 1, range 1, north and
west and containing seven acres, more
or less; and more particularly de-
scribed as follows* Commencing 39 feet
north of the southwest corner of the
land of J. P. Roberts, containing 2u
and 70-100 acres, more or less, lying in
sections 27 and 28, township 1 north,
range 1 west, and covered by the deed
from Helen B. Dodd to said Roberts.
of June 6th, 1894, recorded at pages
500 and 501 of deed oook E. E. of the
records in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court aforesaid, and by deeu
of the 28th of December, A. D. 1897,
from Eva S. Leonard to said Roberts,
recorded at pages 488 and 489 of deed
bookG G. of the records in said
clerk's office, and run west 3.40 feet
and thence south 100 feet, and thence
east 3140 feet, and thence north 100
feet to the point of beginning.
Wriness my hand and seal of office,
Sis May 8th. A. D. 1901.
Clerk Circuit Court, Leon County, Fla.

Thone famous lit rl pil!s. DeWitt's Li*-
t!e Eirlv Rioser will remove all itnpuri-
ties frcm vour system. cleanse your
bowels, make them re-iular. All deal-



by constant allitionsm to a
Select Stock of ....... ...


is prepared to fill late orders
promptly and satisfactorily.


The Famous

, MAY 23, 1901


Atlanta Optician



Cold Medal,
est Award Diploma of Honor.
Estab -I Sj '1 3 I3 7C187 -

These Famous Glasses for Sale by

Eye Sight Tested Free.
Be sure that "Hawkes" Ls stam pd
on frame. Never peddlei.

VII~mw i TI 1 -*_-V4."\,-"\li

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of .................-.. 35 In w .... 2 69
Mrs. Mary R. Jones..........W half of sw quarter'of........." 30 In o2w s.) 240
Mrs.MaryR Jones *.... .. Whalfoifwof ..... ..... 31 litn 2w so 2440
Mrs. Hagh Miller......._...All of the se qluirter 'lying.' in
S Forbes purchase of ...... ... 3 : 2w 9 157
Mrm. Mary R.Jones..... .......All except sw qutrterof sw qrly-.2w157
ing-s of the Ocklockonee river of
fractional.......... .i.... .t n .:w 404) 7,56
Mrs. Mary R. Jones.... .......That pa of sw quarter of square
ter lying E of Pumpkin Head
t. branch of....... ............. in 3w i :S
Unknown........ ............. Frac'I n half of se qr('60)a'm d
frac'l se quarter of ne quarter 2>a
of ..... ... ..... .. ........... in 3S )
Fra'lw halof swquar of.i':":: n .... 2 .n.3w 6 ...
All south of the Ocklockonee river
S of fractional 27 n 3w 120 1 )7
Mrs. Mary R. Jones. ...... .E half ande halio'f' ai'o.: 3t; I ::w 4.'l "S 27
Ca.'h.................... ........w half an w hilf of half of ...... '2 tw ..
S Lots No. 1. 361 acres No 6. ,~:1
acres and No. 8, 79 acres in frac-
tionu.ll.. ..-..... ... .............. 4 2a 1 w lSt.; :4 :,)
Q h ..... ................ .....Lot No. 5,iit fractional............. 2n 1w 125. 2 57
h .................... .......Lot NNo 1. 1 acre. N.,>. *2, acres
S-03. ,i 1i '4 cLre-'s, No. 5. 84 acres
S No .;, S4) tlcres and No. 7,. 80 acres
i fractional ................ .... 2n Iw 51 ......
S All of ... ............. ....i. .. .
L 2S-100 aeres i............... 11 1w
Lin' on the west side of a line
S rulining- froiu the i% corner of
said see. I11 s I2..le ,. e ands 'tri-
in;g the s linc of sa d -'.tion 11.:31
"-2- 10 .haail e oi the sw corner
S ofz:iidsee. 11.................. .......2;s i :' !l
Cahi ............... .. ....Lo'liNo. 1, x.-; I ):ere., No. "2
.!.) I4t- "a14) a:eres, x.o -. 1: 2(0-
14)<0 aer,.a ;nt No. 1, I I 1 I
SLin fr.tctii.) i...l ... .... ........ 1 1 2n .w 1 '- 1 ) .....
| L:.ts N .l.:' 3 a 3e in 1 1 -t he> -
Oihairof frLttnal.......l....1...1 : l7w :;2) :) 5,
S ........... ........e artro.. ---...... ...15 2:1 I w
ioviw i. ;r'/,i"' ........ .. ;1;4 2a -W
Thos. hroo .........equrtero: .........3 e ...... -
f a11 that part of the sw .quarter of
S.- quarter of section............3 Is 2e
lying n1 of the St ..ugu tin'mroad... .. .. 1* "2f17
Mrs. Livie J. Price...,:.........Thas part of s half lying s of the St
Augu-tiue road of.... ..... 7 Is 2e 22 13 29
Mrs. LivicJ. Price.......... rterof sqarterof........ 17 2e 1......
Mrs N halfand nalf of half.......... 13 il e -I') 3:7
Mrs. LiviJ.Price... .......... e qu:trter of sw quarter of........ 20 Is 2e o) 1 27
Mn n en "PreSquartero lU r ofnwquarterof........ 21 Is 1 1,
Mrs. wvie J. Price............. h alf of nw quarter and w half of
SA ase quarter o. .......... ...........!1. 401
S. A. Ward................N... Nhalt of se quarter c half of sw
quarter and shalfof.-sequaixre. 7 2s Ie 2t10 'l
Unknown ................... Quarter of nw qua. ter of ........ -1 ;ce .14) 76
T. F. Thompson LunmberCo.. .Nw quarter of sw u ,.trzer of......... I17 2i s e 1it
Unknown .......... ...............Sw quarter of se qua trr.. .......... "S 2e 1) 75
T. F. Thompson Lu.pber Co.... W h ,11 of ne quarter w hali of se
quarter anl-,ia :-.res in the c half
r, .._:__ ofsw iluarter .m .,. ..: :i 5


4 o te hereby191e1. beore&" court Hocne door. during legal hours of sale
N e daorso much theeof as l lbenece to Paythe amount
d as In th eCse eoun ty of_ _.

Thirds interest in ha of

John Grant guardian for
*w quarter of ne uart r and n
fl fnfsw er t neOquarier of 29 In le 44) 461
Smith Jackson ......... Wha of ealf ofquarter of... 8 In .5 1
S............... fofne quarter and se quarter3e 20 321
Ig .B Bf ........ W h ua -rOf....... 1 n 3e16
Mrs JBarnes............ blisequar.... ter ..andh half.. oft
quarter of ne quarter of .........-?2 2n le 1(I ..
Whalffof sw quarter, sw quarter
o0 nw quarter and s half ofu nw
quarter of nw quarter ........23 2n le 140
e quarter of nw quarter of......... 23 2n le 40
N half of se quarter of tie quarter
and e half on half fof sw quarter
of ne quarter of ....... ......... -3 2n I e :,o
J ohnson ................ half osw quarter of nequarter of 23 2 e ......
STonsn............... wo acres in the ne corner of w half
Sofse quarter of........... ...... 2 2n le 2 1 7
a w ramling........... half of n.w quarter of sw quarter,
A .am.... and w halofswqreofonwiqu]iAtler 1 2n 2e 1 40
w half of sw quarterof .sw quar .
ter of ........................... 1 2n 2e 20 3
I Se quarter of se ,quarter and ne
Square of se quarter of ........ 2 n 2e 4o 36S
M r E Bott ........... So quarter of......................... 33 2u 10
Mrs jar s .W half oi .-w quarter, se sw qr and s haif of ne quarter of
swquar:erof...................... :11 2n '2e 140 1; ,4)
Mrs artha S Davis .......... Sw quarterof lie quart r of......... 211 :;e 10
Sc quarter of nw qtiart. r, except 4;
acm-. in the inw corner to J. H.
Perkinr of......................... s '2n :' t :*I
Nc ,iiuarter of nw quarter except '..
.icrcs oil'the n end of...... ...... n S:: :;jt.
Nw 4uartcrof lie iart'r exce ,t 1.
at-r<.-, ofl"tlh > n >'ii O That lairi of ne qullnrtIr f u-
tvcr exceptI a ] a ltnW e nwornr (r

i . h ........... .... 2 n 3 71
to i t liw s % .wt .(of *r 4"
Mr A K l.auric........... ... hlf.t r o i i r lirl: f : ," quarter:
..i ... o .. . "n 7 .
'.rt o ti W c of i iirtr' r i. : 2I .

quarter inf .it.
rtiy-t sw .orntr o! W hali f )ifv 'r e i:f-
t T rir i c dloli 2 al:; i rld m -',
v !l .;n -. Ihll -- nl i tl .ll l. -, t h o
to il...ii.i. ...... ............... .. ... ..

the -w s ,,'iwt .'un c IIer. .~. .'h, .l, th,.t'C .[1 11))
chains. thtlen-e W\\ 1 vhain-,
AthiKu eL'e s .It 11 'hai. s to t *ilnltlllg ..... I .
M A K i rie............... W half of He iqu.irterof...... .... 27 2 2 i 3e 10 71
I Mary E- Bolt ........ W hIalf of s (quarter, ex<-et that
lktrt lyitigeel ti:e.\liecsukleandi
Sl.1ds pu li road of............. ) 2n 7 ...
Sw quarterof ....... ... ........ 2.) 2 > :.. l(;o ...
S q.S luartcr of u- quarter r and ne
quarter of s e quarter oi ...... .... 30 2n :' 1- 2j
Ms ary E Ilott............. N w iuaiter o 11w ,qu:trtr. e half of
\nw ,quarternd w lialfof ,(. uar.-
h..........of .................... ............. :12 *2n e .
:0 acres orE the n end of w hialf oi .
Ssc tquartter of.... ........ ... 32 2lf ;;e ;10 ....
30 acres ofl the en ('1- of half of
sw quarter ....................32 2n :;c I
half of se quartr...... ..... 32 2 a :;e
The s 10 acres in the n half of west
A Rhalfoof se quarter oi ............ 32 2n : 1 2:;2
rs A 1Vickers and chill.rea B f acres l the south portion of
Gcorgia a' l 1Florid., fraction:tl

Irturchretat o r El (L orf;ie :iaa l>r4ii.. ... 111 1w :: 1
a W lt.............S aeost a a o i ............. in 2-': 3 ;21
i R Burch, agent for Mrs S G EorUg a id FGor'.iaad lor.ttiafra .

rs A P Vickers and child a 1. ls r the ae ila of Lot No
ash.... .I...... .... .Sw quarter o -wit : C xiimtero!" .i..
K Burch, agent for Mr, z L (lruartr i n ux,1t11. aI-rs in
Burch estate............. th- nerof so alf of f -w iei;all of
i f fiari rof ......... ....... 27 n 12

AP k d1i7r- o,' hn ot No a nt
hBu is t he p .hleate .f alf"of iq arteral l n-. iiinur

r .. .. I t .. .I V s '2 1 1 . ..

i---- -thi nce'lrn e 10i chains thence s
Sn," quarter of otaI ro1,in N A n
;i ur or ? V 'hlf y o f zlliart cr .-, l l:r

Cah ................... arsl ...inthene..quarter.of... ... 35 In w .. ........

5 a rt: the w corner of th ne qae r-
.. ~n tceo w la to the i b.-ns -
s A in ofi .. n.. ... ....... .... .... .. ; .. .. .1 7

Charles aanJ Robes..... Lots E 2ann 3 ofo urtfrt b71 octh No .w .
at 3he th C oTcorn ol the n sde ea r
thalOfe M s rter. of cr l, n e rtu, 1

cet3charlesi. Prince........t...,htneNo2aud,_o,_o. w.
e te r ofne q u rtiuw er of t.......... 7 s d 1 w .... .... .

S at the w592 irner of the o ne quar-
t f ter o .f .3aid section 35i, thence run

|, paqe 592J in ine quarter of ne qr





eticious Pe story

The "4

Mrs. W. M. Ball, of Pensacola, is vis-
iting friends in the city.
Miss Edwards, of Lloyds, is the guest
of Miss mtallie Taylor.
Mr. J. A. Holloway and family have
returned to the city.

mi de



Its great usefulness and superiority
have made the R yal Baking Powder
one of the most popular of household
articles, and it is1 declared by expert
cooks indispensable in the preparation
of the finest and 'ost wholesome food.

Royal Baker and Pastry I There are cheap bakir
- containing over 8oo00 ders, made from alum,
practical and valuable are exceedingly har
9--1--- +- U -10 "-t n-_f*_"_-

cooking receipts-iree to
every patron. Send postal
card with your full address.


W. E. Lew is, Dentist.


Phone No:
48-1 t

cide by poison is not more cen-
ble than by refusal to cure your-
of Female Troubles with Sim--
Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets.
B Ru-hing, of Milton, is agiin at;
SJJ. J ullavan. and Mr. V .1J.
are rceut arrivals from Pensa-;

pt. A. S. Mohr. f Apalachicola, is
he city on business.
I had (iiles so ihd I could get no rest
find cutre i.nut I tried leWitt's
itch I;zel a!vt.. Aflte u.iing it once,
forgot I evur had ;i.ytllinig l:ke l'ie."
C. Boice, S'oinerT Peont, N. Y. Look
for imitations. Be suie y.ou ak for
'itBs. All dealers.
tidren who are weak, fretful or
ublesome should be given a few
JGE. Taey will then have rosy
weeks, bright eyes, win be happy and
ghing all the day long. Price, 25
nts. Wight & Bro.

"Dr. Blhtch joint d his Ir, ,thler. S,-nator
_itch, here tlik week. and will remain
til the end o1 thetessiot:.
Mr. E. W. Claik h: s on xhibition the
id ntdals that will lIe awarded to th,-
pilsof tlie West Ftlorida In m.n:.y
at the Leon Acad.-ny during the
encement exercises next week.
Rheumatism is conceded to have its
gin in a poisoned condition of the
od, and to be most successfully
ted by HERBINE, which acts upon
liver, kidneys and other blood pur-
g organs, thereby divesting the
m of the offending agents.-Price,
cents. Wight & Bro.

Mrs. R. H. Gamble, as president of the
lonial Dames" of Florian. has re-
*ved from the National Society of that
y of distinguished women, the bal-
of a fund raised during the Span-
American war, amounting to the
Sof $M85.01 to be used fcr the benefit
the Jacksonville fire sufferers.
If "Out of Sorts," Cross and Pee-
h,, take Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver
icine. Cheerfullness will return
d life acquires new zest.
1. Nat R. Walker, Crawfordville's
ing limb of the law. is among th,
minent visitors at the capital this
Mr. James Hammett. and Miss Cilia
latorne were married Sunday at the
home (if the biide's parents, Mr. and
Mre. Reubin Raborne, in Waukulla
county. They came to this city Mon-
day and will make their home here.

Health, btrength and 'Nerve Force
follow the use of Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine, which insures good
Digestion and Assimilation.

Yr. Alfred Mundee, an old resident of
Tallh.har-see, stopped over to see his old
friends here yesterday. Mr. Mund.-e
was Captain of the old "Garden City"
baseball nine which, under his manage-
ment became thh champions of the state.
Twenty-three vyars ago he went to Col-
clado. where he has been ever since.
This is his first visit to his old home since
he lki.

Excursion Rates. to Memphis, Tenn.
On account of the Reunion of United
Confederate Veterans the Seaboard Air
Line Railway will sell tickets from sta-
tions on its lines to Memphis and return
at the very low rate of one cent per mile.
Tickets will be sold May 25th, 26th and
27th, good to return until June 4th.
An extension of filfal limit to June
80tb, 1J91 will be granted on all Sea-
board Air Line Railway tickets and on
Ail ....I. -A ___ thskt' linue h sv e-

'*Last winter I was confined to my bed
with a very b u cold (n the lunis.
Nothing gave me relief. Finally my
wife bought a bottle of One Minute
Cough Cure that effected a speedy cure.
I cannot speak too highly of that excel-
lent remedy."-Mr. T. K. Houseman,
Manatawney, Pa. All dealers.

and wife left
Springs, where
of weeks.

William D. Bloxham
on Friday for White
they will spend a couple

Mrs. i.. C Chaires, of Montbrook. is
the guest of her cousin, Mr a. S. D.
White's Cream Vermifuge not only
effectually destroys worms, it also in-
creases the appetite. aids assimilation
and transforms-a frail infant into one of
robust health. Price 25 cents.
Wight & Bro.

Mrs. R. E Rose, of Kissimmee, who
joined her hu;hand, Captain Rose, at
the Leon, returned to her home in order
to complete her arrangement. for mov-
ing to Tallahassee.
Spring coughs are specially dangerous
and unless cured at once, serious results
olten follow. One Aliaute Cough Cure
acts like magic. It is not a common
mixture but is a higix grade remedy.
All dealers.

ig pow-
but they
mful to
w%* .n-,I

health. ii ir astr ingent anL
cauterizing qualities add a
dangerous element to food.


T!he Dpetist. Dr. -R. A. Shine.
Mr. Wimford U. Clarksor. of Fort
Brn ok. was among the recent arrivals
h re.
Mr. W. N. Camp and his daughter,
Miss Satlie Camp, are recent arriva:s at
the Leon.
Try the new remedy for costive-
ness, Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Every box guaran-
teed. Price, 25 cents. For sale by
Wight & Bro.

Dr. V. H. Gwinn, Superintendent of
the Florida-Hospit--l for the Insan-. was
in the city during the past week.
Dr. Lamar. of Quincey, Assistant
State lHe.t!L Offictr. ht s been in the city
on official busine-s during the week.
When the liver fails to secrete bile,
the blood becomes loaded with bilious
properues, the digestion becomes im-
paire, and the bowels constipated.
ERBINE has a direct action on the
liver-and excretory organs, and a few
doses will cure any case of biliousness.
Price, 50 cents. Wight & Bro.

Mr. M 11twep Glyiotj.:,{ Malr!knl.,Oircrit
'leriC fr r ack.;n County, has bee- at
the capitaJ this wi-ek.
Colhnl Jam, sN M. Ball. prominent
I twyer :'nd I'.ading D-mo'ratic politi
ti-ian of N.,w York City, is here on bus-
ir e-s.
M.-sHr C. roomo aid A. C Croom
are amnon. ih- south Floridians who are
here w.*-hng lhgisil;t in."
Don't dc-pair because you .have a
weak constitution. The vitalizing
principle of HERBINE will assuredly
strengthen it. In every drop of
HERBINE there is life. There is
a stimulating. regenerating power,
unequaled in the whole range of medi-
cinal preparations. Price, 50 cents.
Wight L Bro.

Mr. John 4. Winthrop and daughter,
Miss Ev-vlyn. ,em.urned from New York
Tu'esdsv where- they have been for sev-
eral weeks.
Mr. Robert .Gamhle. of Thomasville,
Ga., came over from that city yesterday
-on a business .trip
King of Malaria is King of all Chill
Cures and King of all Tonics. It drives
malaria from the system and makes the
weak strong. If vou ant the best you
will take King of Malaria Tasteless Chill
If you want to spend pleasant day on
the Gulf Coast Sunday. don't miss the ex-
cursion (8 o'clock a. m ) over the C. T.
&G. Railroad Panacea, Lanark, or Car-
rabelle can be visited, a delightful day
s ent, and home reached by 8 p. m.
If he'd had Itching Piles. They're
terribly annoying; but Bucklen's Ar-
nica Salve will cure the worst case
of piles on earth. It has cured thous-
ands. For injuries, pains, or bodily
eruptions it's the best salve in the
world. Price 25 c a box. Cure guar-
anteed. Sold by all drugggists.

Sixty-three (63) years a drug store.
We have. moved into the Lively old
stand, with everything new from the
front door to the back, upstairs and
We have more space, more goods and
are better equipped to please you.
Our offices are in rear and up over
We give you

Free Medical Attention.
Our brother, late of the Medical Col-
- -t A AI 2 *t.. ....AI

Miss Theresa Bryar. of Tampa, is vis-
iting fr e niid here.
Col. John R. Bruadford aa.l wif Iltft
on Wednesday for Newv \'ork. TIhi.y
will be absent all siin I. r,
Often become inflamed and painful. I
Hundreds of old people have been
made comfortable by using John R.
Dickey's Old Reliable Eyp Water. It
Is absolutely reliable-absolutely
painless. Send for circulars or testi-
monials, or get a bottle for 25 cts. at
Bond & Wight's Drug Store.
Mrs Frank Spiller, of Jacksonville,
spent the past week with her sister, Mrs.
Ar hur Spiller.
Mrs. W. A. Carter. of Tampa. is the
guest of Mrs. Genievieve Randolph.
Piles are not only most painful, but
also very dangerous, as the inflamed
nodules are very apt to take on malig-
nant action and cancer of the rectum is
produce. They should be cured.TAB-
will cure the most obstinate cases.
Price, 50 cents in bottles Tubes, 75
cents. Wight & Bro.

Mr.,. R bert MeNrnee ;anol son., o
Tamrip. have joined her l ishaml :t tne
St. James Hteli. Mr. VcNainee is here
in the- interest 4,f t te oj1.0aitn to the
l'anmp charter bill.
IDeWitt' Little Early Risers serhra
the remlotet part of the bowels and re-
movie the impurities speedily with no
discomfort. They are famous for their
efficacy. Easy to take, never gripe.
All dealers.
I -
Governor Jennings, Dr. Porter, Ho-.
W. A. Fulton am.d other members of the
Legislature visited the State Hospital
for the lusane last Saturday to look into
the needs of the Institution,
Mi"s Alice DeCottes and Miss Mary
DeCottes, of Jacksonville, are guests at
the home of Senator Fred T. Myers.
Sometimes a fortune, but never if
you have a sallow complexion, a jaun-
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on the skin-all signs of liver
trouble. But Dr. -King's New Life
Pills give Clear Skin, Rosy Cheeks,
Rich Complexion. Only 25 c at all

You cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy
cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver
is slulcglish and your bowels clogged.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers cleanse the
whole system. They never .ripe. All
Dr. J. J. Bull, wife and son of Talbot-
ton, Ga., spent the past week with Mr.
and Mrs. F. B. Carter.
Miss Nona' Burroughlas, of Starke, is
visiting Mrs. 8. D. Hightower.
Cyclists should always carry a bot-
MENT, in case of accident, if applied
immediately, it will subdue the pain,
prevent swelling and discoloration,
and quickly heal the wounds. Price,
25 and 50 cents. Wight & Bro.
Wai-ted-A boy who wants to learn
the printing trade. Must be % killing to
wo. k. A good opening for the right
boy. Apply at this office.
Biliousness is a condition charac-
terized by a disturbance of the digest-
ive organs. The stomach is debili-
tated, the liver torpid, the bowels
constipated. There Is a loathing of
food, pains in the bowels, dizziness,
coated tongue and vomiting, first of
the undigested or partly digested food
and then of bile. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the
disturbances of the stomach and cre-
ate a healthy appetite. They also
tone up the liver to a healthy action
and regulate the bowels. Try them
and you are certain to be much
pleased with the result. For sale by
Wight & Bro.

Ticke's are now on .ale at Wright &
Bros., and T. B. Byrd's f'r the State
Normal and Induqtr'al College Closing,
Entertainment at Munro's Opera H ,use,
May 30th, Prof. Tucker sayA he has
secured for this occasion a violinist who
is known as a prcdigy throughout the
country. anl promises a rare evenings


'Mrs. Feed 1'.1
liere duringp. tle
balll left on Fri
Governor's (G

lKetA'll,, wbvie b is lwen N
Ie~.ii with hs-r 1111 and
hi sy f',"r 81% Augustme. ting
;ii:rIs r rreIfronm
aiiav iLrtern w,O'lw~here

they have been ever since "tlie tire" ia
that place.
"Our little girl w,.s unconscious from
straniglation during a sadlei and ter-
rible attack of group. I quickly secur-
ed a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure,
giving her three doses. The croup was
mastered and our little darling speedily
recovered," so writes k. L. Spaffordl,
Chester, Mich. .'ll dealers.

n n 0 Fine Candies
Huyier s just received
at Balkcoru's Drug Store

Ladies and Gentlemen, Girls and
Boys. ,
I extend you a cordial invitation to
The Acme Ice Cream Parlors. Sr. James
Hotel Building, one door south First Na-
tional Bank. I am prepared to serve
you with Ice Crepm m ade front real
swt et cream and pure fruit flavor. As-
sorted Cake. Strawberries \.ith cream,
Ice C'lid Mdik. Confectionery, Fruits,
Nuts, Figs. Dates.
the is tirst-class in all its ap-
purtenaces, and willlie kept up to a high
standard of excellence. and service, equal
to any Ice Cream Parlor-mn the Se:iti. I
solicit orders from families, which will
re-ceive prompt attention and be de;iv-
ered at residences.
Very truly.

Miss Blake's Sanitarium,
Next door north of Lo)n Hotel. open
all the year. Graduate nurses. For p:r-
ticulars apply to
7 6m Tallahassee, Fla.
An ounce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure, and a bottle of Ballard's
Horehound Syrup used in time is worth
a staff of physicians with a drug store or
two included. Price, 25 and 50 cents.
Wight & Bro.
Plows and Plow Gear at Yaeger's.
If you want to get cool visit
Wight rb Bros. soda fountain.
TO Quench Frozen Orangeade,
Your Thirst
Balkeom's Drug Store.

To THU DzaW.-A nch lady, cured of
her Deafness and Noises in the Head by
Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums,
gave $10,000 to his Institute, so that deaf
people unable to procure the Ear Drums
may have them free. Address No. 1174,
The Institute, 780 Eighth Avenue, New
Finest Cigars in Tallahassee, at T. B.
Byrd's, try them.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10O
or 25c. If C. C. C. fail to cure, drug-
gists refund mtoney.
Examine our linUe (of stationary
be 'ore Purchasing- TVight Bros.

I Know 1 have the finest line of 5c,
0l and 15c Cigars obtain-

I Know

I Know

My Soda Water and Ice
Cream, is, if possible, better
than the best.

After one trial you will
agree with me.

WHY N.CT Get your

No. I

A rich ]
noises in
procure ti
free. Ad

itc pains, rhennmiati-.n, lhei:ra,'
ic'pains. ,ie'l to th, ,-i tra-
*nce of B i-LId l'-> $5t fv LIni-
ice 2t) and 3'0 ppI .
iglht Bro.

To the Deaf,
Udy, cured of her deaf eom and
the head by Dr. Nmictiolson's
ar Drums, gave $10.,06 to his
o that deaf people unable to
Ear Drums mas have them
ress No. 1296 The Nicholson
780 Eighth Avenue; New

Our B--- ry Goods are up to date.
Call and se the amood things Lurred out
every day-t T. B. Byrd's.
DrI Ford's Dyspeptcide
expels thesnoxious geris of dyspepsia
from the system absolutely cures the
disease anm causes the stomach to furnish
healthy blood for tissue and nervo build-
ing. Dr. lOrd's Dyspepticide thus dif-
fers from' other remedies. Wight &

Mrs. M. M. Dohbson snd son, of Tam.*
pa, are recent arrivals at the Leon.
Mr. A. T. 8wartz. of Carrabelle, was
in the city during the pist week.
Skin affections will readily disappear
by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
Look out for counterfeits. If you get
DeWiti's you will get good results. It
is the quick and positive cure for piles.
All dealers.
Hon. E. B. Bailey wra- shaking the
hands of many of his old c',l-
leagues about the capital M'ndaLy.
Ex-Governor Francis P. Fleming, of
Jacksonville, was in the city last week.
Humiliating Examinations by phy-
siciansare re avoided by use of Sim-
mons Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets,
which cure 99 out of every 100 cases
of Female Disorders.

Hon. L. H. McLean, a prominent
criminal lawyer of North Carolina, who
came here for the purpose of defending
Mr. R A. Hemingway in his trial for
the killing of B. F. Milton, left for home
Tuesday morning.
Mr. Alex Jacobs last week took out
final naturalization papers and became
a citizen of the United States.
Mr. W. J. Baxter of North Brook, N.
C. says he suffered with piles for lil teen
years. He tried many reiumedis with no
results until lie used DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve and that quickly cured him
All dealers,
Mrs. Miles II. Na-ii. of New York.
wvhu i. visiting fri,-:.Al aind li(-itiv.s it
the citv, was < l;rmnir.ziv\ vutrtained
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Can gt you up anything in t0e Cake
line on 4iort notice, at.T. B. Bytd's.

Cot on Seed Moeal
$1.00 in [evy Bros.
BoAB--First clans board can be ob-
tained "WasoFnably" at Mrs. Greenhow's,
on Calhopn street. .47-4m
Buy ]tour Seeds of the Tallahassee
Drug GCo
Educated our Bowels Withi C carets
Candy3 Cathartic, cure coo sipatio
forever. 100. 25c. If C. C. C. fail, refund money.

University of Virginia.
32d 7mMr. July 2 to sept. 1. lTCm. E,.s-
peciall he .fnl to beginners; to eand plates lor
admLs- on the bar; and to practitioncrs who
have laeKk* systW.natiClnstrauUon. Vor cata-
logue, add ,
) ALEeIH 6. MINOR. Secy.,
1 Charbottesville. Va.
Wigyl Bros-. ]kiiver ice crem iu
blocks t, any prt of the eity:
Cake 0; naut.t ot mout beautiful de-
signs at V. 15. Byrd's.

Stocks, Cotton, Wheat.
Anybodyilcsiring to invest or spec(iiulate an
get our I(iiide to Invit.tors and Spc't:l tors"
as well asiitr alily Market Letter free of
charge upol application to

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The' ulndersigned, having assumed charge of the Kemper
',tables, :olicits the patronage of his friends and the public
gen rally..

Fine Stock,

Fancy Turnouts

Courteos Attention Combined with Liberal Treatment
Wilt be our claim upon the public for patronage.
Careful attention given to winter visitors, and hunt.

ing parties.

M'anr- aeez

Real Estate Agency,
200,000 acres of Timbered Land for sale in Middle, East and Wea
Florida, in tracts ranging from t quarter section to fifteen thousand cre'
at reasonable prices; rated according to timber, location, etc.
Also desirable city and sub rban Residences and Building Lots in and
around Taflahassee, the most plk resque and attractively located city in the
State, with bright prospects of proved business conditions.
Also improved Farms in L n and adjoining counties, suitable for OC'-
tivation, Stock Raising and Dai ying.
One of the most desirable pf this class is a tract of 800 acres of the
finest Farnning Land in Leon C unty, the garden spot of Middle Florida,
and for health, fertility and scenery unsurpassed by any section in
the South. Especial attention called to this tract which will be s4ld at
very resonable figures.
For further particulars call n or address with stamp the undersigned,
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V.F. Balkcom,

Successor to H. V. R. Schrader.



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The most complete line in Men's
Shoes, all grades; also Women's,
Misses' and Children's Shoes, in
high and low cuts. Gents' Far-
nishings, Negligee Shirt% Shirt
Waists, Underwear in all grades.
Hats for Men, Boys and Children.
Trunks, Bags and Coat Cases.
Specialties in Summer Clothing.

D.B. Meginniss,Jr

Most women with female weakness
suffer dreadfully from piles in addition
to their other pains. They may be cured
by using Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oint-
ment. Price, -0A cents in hott!es- tubes,
75 cents. WiVght & Bro.









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~TATH yY 1901.

- A-atg to thl.rule sanctioned by
4mturle of Chinese observance, no
adoeument can have the authority of the
bprll throneof China, unless it bears
a ed. sot placed there by the sover-
gM., To the grand council the taung-
.l-yamen and all other departments of
:tA take their business, and the grand
ioumeul in Its turn considers all docu-
euatsg and attaches to each a piece of
d paper on which Its own decision is
written. Each morning at daybreak t
the grand council proceeds to the pal- .
ace to submit the papers to the sover- t
eign, who as each document Is pro-
duced signifies approval by making a i
amall spot with a brush on the margin Motherhood means either happiness
Ot the red paper. With the red spot or misery. There is scant happiness for$ I
U-pon It the paper is the most 'sacred the mother, who in pain and weakness t
hng n the world to a Chinaman; with- brings into the world a weakling babe ,
out it it may be torn to shreds with im- which she can neither nurse nor nourish. ,
unty.-Leslie's WeDr. Pierce's Favorite Presiption fits
i Weekly. women for motherhood. It strengthens
the maternal organism. It tranquilizes
Out of His Latitude, the nerves, encourages the appetite and
He understood all about the sun and brings refreshing sleep. It makes the 1
Soon and the stars and something birth hour practically painless and gives 1
at the weather. Indeed, he was the mother the nourishment-to give her t
pularly supposed to regulate this child.
st, and his indication of probabilities There is no alcohol in "Favorite Pre-
scription," and it is absolutely free from
s received as gospel by his admiring opium, cocaine, and all other narcotics.
tfow citizens in a certain southern "words cannot express how grateful I am for
ony of Australia. He went to Eng- your kind advice and your *Favorite Prescrip-
laind .or a well earned holiday. tion.' writes Mrs. D. B. Barricks, of Perrows,
laeid wra swell eaelirtd rtCampbell Co., Va. "I feel that it has cured me.
Se was shown over a celebrated fruit I had been in poor health for four years. Suf-
e1ln there. lie was observed to e feared greatly with my right side, also with
en tere He was observed to be bearing-dow pains, and my nerves were in a
ifing about as if something were dreadful state. After using four bottles of your C
ong. They asked him hat was the 'Favorite Prescription' I am now well. I am
g. ey asked him what was the the mother of two children. With the first
tter. "Well," he replied, "these fun- child I suffered twenty-eight hours, and with (
Sfellows have trained their peach the second I used your medicine and was sick
Sellows have trained their peach only three hours. I believe Dr. Pierce's Favor-
tro against the south side of the wall ite Presciption to be the best medicine in the ,
Sget the midday sun instead world for suffering females. I wish you great
to get the midday sun instead of success, and hope that God will bless you in
t the north."-London Truth. your noble work." 1
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical f
An Editorial Error. Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on
"Did anybody ev6r try to start a expense .of 21 on -cent sta ess to pay
newspaper here?" asked the intellectu-expense.o f mailing only.Y. ess Dr
al looking man with glasses. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
"yes," answered Broncho Bill; "but
It failed. The editor wouldn't tend to in a small Swiss village, and the Eng-
business." lish clergyman was on the lookout for j
"Was he a dissipated man?" a musician to assist at the service.
"No; but he insisted on sitting at his Stainer was in the smoking room of
desk with his back to the door when he the hotel when the clergyman found
Ought to have been standing with a six. him and started the conversation with
shooter in his hand and his eye at a "Do you play the harmonium?" "A lit-
knothole."-Washington Star. tie," was the reply of the ex-organist
of St. Paul's cathedral. "Will you,
A Long Mile. then, be good enough to help us out of
The Swedish mile is the longest mile our difficulty on Sunday? We will
In the world. A traveler in Sweden read the psalms, and the hymns shall
when told that he is only about a mile be ..the simplest I can select," added
from a desired point would better hire the delighted parson. "I will do my
a horse, for the distance he will have best," said Stainer, with a smile.
to walk if he chose in his ignorance to The service passed off all right, but
adopt that mode of travel Is exactly the congregation, instead of rushing
L.700 vards. p'ay at the close, listened to a brilliant.
recitaL When the parson heard the
If people only knew what we know name .of -his assistant, he asked him to
about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, it would dinner. "Do you smoke?" he said at
be used in nearly every household, as w d m b,
there are few people who do not suffer the-close. "I will do my best," mut-
front a feeling of fullness after eating. tered Stainer, and the ensuing laugh-
belcling, flatulance. sour stomach or ter was the prologue of an entertaining
water brash, caused by indigestion or exchange of Oxford reminiscences.
dyspepsia. A preparation, such as Ko- Stainer was a great story teller. One
dol Dyspepsia Cure, which, with no aid anecdote he was fond of relating had
from thestomach willdigest your food, reference to the days when there were
certainly can't help but do you good, amateur orchestras in churches. The
All dealers. "Messiah" was being sung, and as the
line "Who is the King of Glory?" ap-
HARD ON SMOKERS. preached the man playing double bass
Old Time Legislation Against the whispered to the violoncellist in front
Use of Tobacco. of him, "Let us have your rosin, and I
It is one of the curiosities of old time will show 'em who is the king of glo-
legislation that the use of tobacco was ry!"-London Tit-Bits.
in early colonial days regarded by the
magistrates and elders as far more in- Great Patent Nation.-
jurious. degrading and sinful than that The United States grants 25.000 pat-
ef intoxicating liquors. Both the use ents per annum, or nearly as many as
and the planting of the weed were for- all the rest of the world. England
bidden, the cultivation of it being per- grants 8.000 per annum and France
mitted only in small quantities, "for and Germany each about 7,000, and
meere necessitie, for phisick, for pros- such countries as Canada, Australia,
ervation of the health, and that the Austria, Italy and Russia grant about
same be taken privately by anncient 4,000 each. An interesting and hopeful
men." But the "creature called tobac- fact is that more patents are granted
ko" seemed to' have an indestructible in proportion to the applications than
life. Mrs. Alice M. Earle writes of ever before in the history of the patent
these early restrictions about tobacco office, showing that mechanical genius
In "Stagecoach and Tavern Days:" is not chasing as many rainbows as
Landlords were ordered not to "suf- formerly. American Inventive genius
for any tobacco to be taken into their Is shown in all lines of invention, but
houses" on penalty of a fine to the it greatly predominates in machinery
victuallerr" and another to "the party for manufacturing, transportation and

that takes it." The laws w1tre con- labor saving. Europe and the orient
stantly altered and enforced, and still have begun to find that without Amer-
tobacco was grown and was smoked. ican industries they would be unable
No one could take it "publicquely" nor to go ahead.-Success.
In his own house or anywhere else be-
fore strangers. Two men were forbid- What MIght Have Happened.
den to smoke together. A sporty young gentleman of the city
No one could smoke within two miles who drives a dainty runabout which is
of the meeting house on the Sabbath the envy of the other young m'n of his
day. There were wicked backsliders set was driving down Main street the
who were caught smoking around the other day when he nearly ran over a
corner of the meeting house and others six foot countryman. The countryman
on the street, and they were fined and caught the bit and sat the horse upon
-set in the stocks and in cages. Its haunches without apparent effort
Until within a few years there were and then complacently remarked to the
New England towns where tobacco driver:
smoking in the streets was prohibited, "Sonny, you had better be careful
and innocnt cigar loving travelers how you drive that doll buggy of
were astounded at being requested to your'n. If I hadn't collared this here
cease smoking. horse, you would 'a' run thbt thing into
Mr. Drake wrote in 1886 that he me and smashed it all tokindling."-
kpew men, then living, who had had to Memphis Scimitar.
plead guilty or not guilty in a Bostonlt Dtch.
police court for smoking In the streets Di ffclt Dateh.
of Boston. The Dutch language 18 of a good old
In in early days a great fashioned tongue. It is so difficult that
indulgene wa permitted to travelersarly days agrEnglish speaking people cannot with-
indulgence wa permitted to travelers- out difficulty acquire it. In fact, some
Sman could smoke once during a or folk say it a more like unto English
zey of ten miles. tian it is to German. The Boers in
South Africa use the Dutch tongue as
HE DID HIS BEST. it was spoken 200 years ago.
VClebrated Mudlelan's Adventre In
Sswiss Country Village, ftr all, what Is pulling a man's leg
The late Sir John Stainer, one of but trying to make a good thing stretch
England's most celebrated musicians as far as possible? Philadelphia
and composers, was several years ago Times.
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^IA r"Tnr n I A cough is not a disease but a



After the Red Men the Negroes Will
Co to the Greatest Lengths to See
the Performance. and Third Place
Is Held by Cbinanmea.
"You may talk about 'your city circus
goers," said the old circus man, "but
the Indian, the wild, untutored red man
of the plains, has got them all beaten
to death. There's no circus goer in the
world like the North American aborig-
ine. He will travel farther, endure
more privations and skimp himself
harder to get the price of admission
than any other human being in the
wyrld. What's more, I believe he real-
ly enjoys the circus better than the ne-
gro, though he doesn't make any fuss
over it.
"The negro, as every circus man
knows, will sell the family cook stove
to get money to see the elephant, but
the Indian will barter off his papoose.
his squaw or even his most cherished
possession, his hdrse, to get a ticket.
After the negro comes the Chinanan.
The Mexicans, too. are not slow in re-
sponding to the toot of the. calliope. The
laziest greaser on the Texas border.
who never paid a debt in his life, bobs
up promptly on circus day with his 5.)
cents, though nobody knows where lie
got it. But the Indian is the greatest
circus fiend of all.
"In the west our circus is known
among the Indians as 'the heap big
brothers' show.' It is the only circus
that attracts the red man, and he waits
for its yearly appearance as -ontidently
as lie awaits the return of spring. In
Missoula, Mon.. one of our regular
stands, fully one-half of the audience is
made up of Indians. They come from
as far as 200 miles on horseback and
even on foot, starting on their long
journey days before the circus date and
arriving promptly on the morning of
the day of exhibition.
"On circus day it is a case of every
man for himself with the Indians. The
lord of the tepee brings enough trinkets
in the shape of moccasins and bows
and arrows to peddle around town and
In this way gets money for his own ad-
mission ticket. His squaw brings wil-
low baskets and has to hustle for her
own ticket. They generally come in
couples astride of a pony, and if the
market is overcrowded with Indian rel-
ices they will sell the nag.
"When the show trains arrive in
these western towns early in the morn-
ing 200 and 300 tents have already been
pitched by the Indians, some of which
have arrived the night before. Their
little colony is almost as Interesting as
the circus itself. It is a veritable ba-
zaar of relics and papoose exhibitions.
While the old squaws are getting
breakfast the children are playing
games and the chiefs are taking their
knickknacks to the market. They are
the first ones after the doors of the big
tents are opened to land on the blue
planks. They fill a good part of the
arena, and they never move during the
entire performance. Applause is un-
known to them. They make as little
show of enthusiasm as their brothers
in wood in front of the white man's ci-
gar stores. If the trick elephant were
to climb the center pole, they would no
doubt enjoy the performance, but they
would make no more show of surprise
than if they were molded from clay. If
the performing mule were to walk out
on the hippodrome track and make a
concert announcement in the Indian
tongue, they would only grunt.
"After the show is over the chiefs
proceed to fill their skins with the
white man's firewater, and the squaws
with the papooses wait on the lumber
piles till the gray streaks begin to
sprout over the hills, when the un-
steady train winds out of town over the
"Along the Pacific coast the China-
men are among thle firm friends of the
circus people. Like the Indians, they
are good patrons of this particular

show. In San Francisco at least 50,000
Chinamen saw the circus one season.
Some of them came in coaches drawn
by handsome horses, and they sat in
boxes. Mongolian merchants worth
their millions gave matinee parties, the
men wearing richly embroidered gowns
and the women clad in costly silk cut
not in the form of dresses, but as a
man wears his broadcloth. At one
matinee given in the California city
8,000 Chinese and fully 2,000 Japs at-
tended. The remaining few of the
spectators were Americans. The Chi-
naman is as undemonstrative as the
Indian. He expresses his appreciation
of the performance by attending time
after time.
"Probably the strangest mixture of
people that ever attended a circus was
found beneath the tent of our show one
day at Tucson, A. T., when Indians,
Mexicans, greasers, Japs, negroes, Chi-
namen and a few American cowboys
fairly packed the big canvas arena and
sat promiscuously mixed over the blue
seats. Though the Chinamen and In-
dians are undemonstrative, the cow
punchers, Mexicans and negroes made
as much noise that day as was ever
made at a frontier massacre. The cow-
boys yelped like a pack of coyotes
when Mme. Noble rode the buckitg
horse, the Mexicans yelped at every
act, and the negroes laughed at the
clowns till the earth shook. That night
the cowboys and greasers turned the
town into a shooting gallery, emptying

teir rev r the stars and maai-
st rsorrow at the depart t
the circus y licking op all the re"h-
ments in town.-Cleelad a

lmpro an the 014OM omestL
Farmer. hiffletree- Since yew got
back fruud college yew don't sem to
take no in rest in the old farm. n
Son N4 interest, dad! Hav*a't I
spent near two weeks laying 9o 0 golf
links?-J e. i
Pen Pietn of the One In Saon *t
e!= Chinese Quarter.
In one c er is a miniature w den
warrior, fr tically riding a fiery teed
toward a j s who stands in his oor-
way await ig the rider's coming A
teapot of uique design, tilled Ivith
fresh tea ef ry day, and a very Anall
cup and saucer are always read for
the warrior This represents a inan
killed in battle,. whose noble stcd,
missing his inaster, refused to eathind
so pined ai-ity and died. A welumne
is assured .to them in the Im-ter
land if the work of manii can at,4)m-
plish it. TI p horse and rider art to
then (tile Clilnese) what the ilnag( of
saints are t (c'1hristians. In ano ,er
corner is a 4ny bowl of water. j'he
gods cca.siq:ally come down und
wash. At certain times of the yeaiCdi-
rect paper and pot into the hands of ble
of the greatest joesies. These disa.p-
pear, and thpi the joss either nods or
shakes his lhitd in answer.
On the altgr or altars are several
brass and colipeP vessels, in which the
worshiper let's a sandalwood pu~pk
burning in sch a position that the
ashes will fal on the fine sand in e
vessel. Whe ione of these is full, it is
emptied into n immense bronze vs
on the balcony, and this. in turn, is
emptied into ihe ocean. The Chin
take good car4 of their living and n --
er forget their dead. Once a year, t e
fourteenth d;i of the seventh moon ,
they have a so mn ceremony by whi h
they send gol jand silver andi cloth o
the great arm. of the departed.
A furnace i4 a necessity in a j
house. It is 'lighted on ceremonial
days, and paper representing cloti,
gold and silver is burned, the ashes
the materials peing, in their miud.
useful in spirit'land. Private familit
send to their .relatives and friend-
whatever they want by throwing thy
gold, the silver and the cloth papeA
also fruits, into tire built in the street
in front of thieip houses. The days of
worship come oi the 1st and 15th oi
each month.-Modern Culture.

Down a Steeri Canyon W;ihout
Brui4i, or a Scear. .
Few mountaineers go far enough
Into the avaaiuer-e regions to see muhiii
of them, and fewer still know the.
thrilling exhilaration of riding on
them, says Jolhki.Muir in The Atlanti,:.
In all my wild liiountaineering I have:
enjoyed only oni avalanche ride, and"
the start was s4 sudden and the end
came so soon I thought but little, of
the danger that toes with this sort of
travel, though ow thinks fast at such
times. T
One ca!m. hrigh liorninig in Yosemite,.
after a hearty s >rmn lhad given three
or four feet of fro;.h snow to the mnoun-
tains, being eagr to see as many
avalanches as possible and gain wide
views of the peaks and forests array-
ed in their new robes before the sun-
shine had time to change or re'arra.ige
them, I set out early to climb by a side
canyon to the top of a commanding
ridge a little over 3,000 feet above the
valley. But I was not to get top views
of any sort that .day, but instead of
these something :quite different, for
deep trampling near the canyon head
where the snow \was strained started
an avalanche, ai(ldl was swished back
down to the foot of the canyon as if by
enchantment. TI plodding, wallow-
ing ascent of abo*t a mile had taken
all day, the undoing descent perhaps
about a minute.

When the snow suddenly gave way,
I instinctively th w myself on my
back and spread ny arms to try to
keep from sink ng. Fortunately,
though the grade f the canyon was
steep, it was not terrupted by step
levels or precipic s big enough to
cause outbounding or free plunging.
On no part of the rush was I buried.
I was only mode itely imbedded on
the surface or a little below it and
covered with a hi snug back streaming
veil, and as the lole mass beneath
or about me joined in the flight I felt
no friction. thlo," tossed .here an-'.

I have been suffering from Dyspep-
sia for the past twAty years and have
been unable after tr.ingtall pr-parations
and physicians to get. any relief. After
taking one bottle or Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure I found relief and am now in bet-
ter health than I have been for twenty
years. I can not praise Kodol Dyspep-
sia Cure too highly," thus writes Mrs.
C. W. Roberts, North Creek, Ark. All


ZEtema, is caused by an acid lnmorwin
the blood coming in contact with tahe
skin and producing great redness and in-
flammation; littlepnstdarerun form
and discharge a thin, sticky flu. winch
dries and scales off; sometimes tle skin is
hard, dry and fissured. Eczem in any
form is a tormenting, stubborn mdiase,
and the itching and burning at t s are
almost unbearable; the acid mMMng
humor seems to ooze outand set he skin
on fire. Salves, washes nor other exter-
nal applications do any realgoo, foras
long as the poison remains in blood
it will keep the skin irritated.
"For three years I
had Tetter on my
bands, which caused
them to swell to twice
their natural size. Part
of the time the disease
was in the form ef run-
ning sores, very pain-
rtu, and causing me
much discomfort. Four ,,
doctors said the Tetter
had progressed too far "
to be cured, and they /i,
could d) nothing for -,
me. Is okonlythree
bottles of S. S. S. End
was completely cured. '
This was fifteen years "' ?
ago, and I have never
since scen any sign of my old trouble."-3M*S.
I,. B. JACKSON. 1414 MicGee St., Kansas City, Mo.
S. S. S. 'neutralizes this acid poison,
cools the blood and restores it tb a healthy,
natural state, and the rough, unhealthy
skin becomes soft, smooth and clear.
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S Rheum and all skin
diseases due to a pois-
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blood. Send for our book and write us
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is conducted in strictest confidence.

there anl aurcieu Ifrotiise it u:;!..-
ail wheli tihe torrent wedged aal
came to rest I found myself on the top
of the crunmpled pile. without a single
bruise or scar.
IIHawthorne says that steam has spir-
itualized travel, notwithstanding the
smoke. friction, smells and clatter of
boat and rail riding. This flight in 4.
milky way of snow flowers was theb
most spiritual of all my travels, and
after many years the mere thought of
it is still an exhilaration.

Some of the Prerogatives VWhleh Em-
bassadors May Exerelne.
A curious privilege of an embassador
is that he an'l he alone when dismiss-
Sed may turn his back to the sovereign
Sto v.hose court he is accredited. The
mode of procedure is as follows:
Wien the ambassador's audience is
over. lie waits to be dismissed by the
sovereign. When dismissed, the em-
bass.:dor bows. retires three paces.
bows again, retires another three
paces, bows a third time. turns on his
: heels and walks to the folding doors.
But it is felt that more polite methods
should obtain when the reigning sov-
ereign is a woman. To turn his back
is to be discourteous, to walk back-
ward is to resign a privilege. The em-
bassador retires sideways, like a crab.
He keeps one eye on the sovereign and
with the other tries to see the door.
He thus shows politeness to the sov-
ereign and at the same time retains
one of his privileges. As the embassa-
dor is usually an old neitlmnnn nften

T. S. E. Railroad
Will run a passenger train on Tut-days,Thurs-
days and Saturdlays of each week.
Schedule effective Dec. 1, IAM.
Read down. Read up.

8:00 a. m. Lv... Wacisa ....A r. p. m. 5:15
o:15a m. |Ar..Tallah:irs-co...Lv. p. m. 400.
I BellAirCrs ing)

--. --. .... Tickets will be for sale at I)r. Lewis' Drug
short sighted, he sometimes fails to Store, Thomas City, and at the trais twenty
minutes before leaving.
For information as to freight or exprcS', apply
You are much more liable to disease to Dr. Lewis, agent, or Capt. Thorina, 'ionduc-
when your liver and bowel do not act to at train meet train at Bell Air
properly. DeWitt's Little Early Risers returning leave Tallahasaee in time to meet train
remove the cause of disease. All deal- for Thomas City.
ers. R. L BEIIETt, General Manacer.
Tallah:Ls'-+, F3a.


_outir Bst in Quality.

For 20 Years Has Led al Worm Remedies. NtiP
Prpad by -*A JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis.

People 3 Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood

Suffer CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation,

from a u eak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.

Diseased Every Bottle 6arMeed t e Satisfaction.

LiVer, Price, 50 Cents.

PPreped by JA F. ARD, sL Louis, o,


reach the door and comes in
with the wall.
Another privilege of emh
the -right of being ushered
royal presence through foldl
both of which must be Q *
open. No one except an 8"
can claim this privilege. "T-
'any nonembassadorial pers'
pect is that one of the leavy
opened to him. The reaja
privilege is not known. There
tain irreverent suggestions thal
been made. but we prefer to be
with regard to them.
Another privilege, capable of
great Inconvenience, is the eo
door's right of admission' to the
ereign at any hour of the day or
Thus the- minister representing
little bankrupt state could go dne
Windsor and demand au audietB
4 o'clock in the morning. The a
would have to be granted, tbh,,
could be delayed by the exerciseat
genuity.-Chambers' Journal
-'- ravriLe ruearlnca Play la
dia is the presentation of the
of some god

To fIountain and Sea Shore Resorts.
Before completing aranemPoents
your summer trips or deciding |
places at which to ,pen(n the su-r I
you should call on Ticke: Ag- nts
Passenger Represent tiv,, of the wa
board Air Line Railway. They
specially prepared to furnish infoa.
tion as to lowest rate", riikestschk
ules and moct attractive routes to tuh
Mountain Resorts in W stprn Noth
Carclina and Southwest Virginia, l
to the Seashore Resorts of Ocean Vie
Virginia Beach. Old Poijnt Comfort,
great Eastern Resorts alcr. the JerM
Coast and other popular places re
via the Seaboard Air Line Rafl-.
This Company is offering, lower -at"
than ever with perfect tra;n service ad
fast through schedules. L will int
and benefit you to call on $etbaard i
Line Railway Agents.

Made Under Section 35, Chapter 411 i, IU
of Florida,(1893.)
Showing tie amount of taxes charted to he
Tax Collector of Leon county Florida. to be
collected for the current yea IFn) .and t
apportionment of the same to the sevenS
funds for which "uch taxes haIe been levIW
including Doll ta2. with county uichool fu
Total tax for year 1900, include g
Poll tax (1:102)........... t 21,q?2t
Am' t collected and paid to Febru- ,
ary 12, 1901 .................... 894 9




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2.701 19

2, if;) o

- l2,*2j080-A

L-v. '.irwila.



General revenue. $ 7.:01 s;
Am't collected and
paid to Feb. 12,
1W01...... ...... 277 77
Fines, forfeitures.. 2,'bs 21
Am' t collected and
paid to Feb. 12,
TM01.............. ]07 0:1
Bridges. eulverts.etc 2.2; *67
Am't collected and
paid to Fel. 12.
l0ol ..... ....;-
Comnty School..... I 1.::::: ,
including polls ;;Ir-2 tN

Am't collected and
Iaid to Feb. 12.
19 1 ............. 121 ..--

Attest: C' I-'ILA
Clerk of Circuit Court, Leon ('ouxi



,MAY 23, 1901.

4 aema orms md g. next night crane appeared on the
imd functions. For every stage with Plumb's hat on his bead
w or weakness I bs the bat and thereafter wore it at every per-
Ie. Askt for formance."-Chlcago Chronicle.
% WIe of a.takeM s
I m. d-y Jda down Turkish Rhubarb.
j& Go mrm Mm. "TWhise I Possessing a savor all its own, we
dodo woweisIw led come on scores of large cases full of
^ pdwir_ wbrms Vhwam big, irregular blocks of a bright yel-
ago iuWSanfid be* 'Sm I low colored root. "Rhubarb." says our
5tf eV.neduringmM 1 n guide, indicating it. "Ah! Then it
j* wo bblotu wild h Sa *bY id co mit mes from Turkey?" we cry joyfully,
a y-dmi. Ftrs inese- I 4lad to display our learning for once,
aHl- v dc ,)ut our friend smiles contemptuously." -' 'There is no such thing as Turkey
pt ILade AdvisaT e
S Dvpurtent."TeChQw,. rhubarb," he says. "and, what is more,
w oomcTMniC&' | there never has been." All the rhu-
barb of commerce bails from China,
reaching us through Russia for the
S- most part, but because in oldentlays it
made its'journey by way of Turkey.
it became knov.n as Turkey rhubarb.
an(l Turkey rhuharb it will remain be-
cause of the conservative tendencies
of the British public.-Good Words.

rI Ap : :-.'':--." the !Hend-
kt st;r' . rooIm i: t, e Pi. :i te when
iin s ai'.sn at '" slshington
i Villiamni ii. ('ranie, the
tpI liil;sting touu(les upon
cter study. "he. Sen-

idl know." said one of the
took his character al-
froum Senator Plumb of
a.uw had iust started out

One on the Tenant.
Landlord-1 just came over to tell
you that I've decided to raise your-
Tenant (interrupting) Well. you
needn't bother about it. I've decided
to move.
Landlord-Oh, I merely desired to
say that I bad 'decided to raise your
porch where it seems to sag there at
the corner, and also to paper the bed-
rooms; but. of course, you will not.
since you hare decided to move, care to
hear anything further about my plans.
Good day. I hope you'll like it where
you're going.-Chicago Uerald.

Delinquent Tax Li
(Continued from Fourth Page.)
er ...........N half of nI qiu trter andvi Lts No :3.
37 l-lO.acres and lt No 4, .)S
55-- 10if in]..................
All lying f Forbei prclihie line
0. ..... ..... .....................


Iw 176;.
1w 370O


ti for Shelly
.. halfof se quarterof nw qr ;and
n half of ne qnirtir if sw qr of 9 Is 2w I 1
Sshalf of v ,ir Mi 0 ic qi anwI!
i half of nw (uirtor oi se quarter of 9 s 2w oo o0)
............. l of ........... .. .. .. ........ Is 2w W P 5 (; ;
-................ quarter, e half of -w qr.
sw 'ljarter of .w;er anid
s hall oi" nw iiaart'r of w I: : 32 Is 2w 300 .13) ,i
........... half, -w qr. nw (q.iarl rol s r ir
anI n hi alf i.fw qr,i. se qr ..... Is 1: 1
S .........W half of sw quarter of ............s Vw s 1
IN O1lv r..S half f ...... .................... I 2s 2w, :.21' :3 (-)
............. Nw quarter of.................... 2s *2w (;() I I
o AshimoreN half of n qiurt -r. n 'qi;art.r.
and n half ot sw qut-rri : "2 2 2w :" N :3
WAshmreNc- quar:er.,f 1n.;'pi to't'r ** ....... 1-2 2' 2'w 11) 7-
......... h;lf of ........ .... ....... ...... I: *2 2w 3-".O :4 0
-v qu. f .rif .................. ..... S "2' 4w ii; o 4 {;i;
............ fo .. ................... s .w :520)
All of the :v ha;ti ad ie (, ', h.
l(k(ne ri- of .... ... "2 2s .:w 20o
All except e Ird of s jl r of -,:
S Henry (Iuarterof............ ..... t11 2s w 5 0 % S 8-:
............i C Ir t 3: ;. O .... ... .. ........... .......... 10 02:
.........., N ............. ..... ... ......... 2
........ ...Partof TC Lot N v".'litihi.-4 %v t.C-)m-n ncivni, at ti"
e.,rnerof s ii lo' :mii i it:; in 174
feet, then:.e west i1 5- 10 .et.-
thence s.):ih 17 I fet. tiiier e
91 5-10- fe- to the I,'.-,'>)
Iln .. ....... ............ ................... ..........4 61
S.....LotH of T' IA)t 5, 'v v a-: ar
plat remorle.l in d,.-I book II II, 5........ ub- so ...... ...... ......................... 2
S.........Sub-divisiol %'o 5, (1, 7 and s of T
bt M Lh t 57, N W A ........................ .................... 4 02
...........5 feet offthe e enil of T C Lot s N
.Co ............ .......... .. ............................ 1 57
...... ium lf oi e hal[ of T C Lot 21 N 50
co V4 ........ ... ....................................... ....5
..' ..... Tr C t8, S s Co Y : ...... .................................2 DO :
...........E half of T C Lot 38 8',S S o V4 ................... ........4 02 |
...........Part of TC Lot 50, A V4. begin-
nine at the ne comer of said lot
and run south 75 feet. thence w
170 feet, thence n 75 feet and
thence e 170 feet to the place of
beginning ................ t .................. ................6 10
....... TCLot 52, 53. 54 and 55 175
Co ..................................................... 1705
S...... 25.. feet of the e side of T C Lots 70
and71. 8% 00o .... ............................. ...........1 87
W. A. DEMILLY, Tax Collector.


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The Doctor's Indiscretion.
"There is no profession wlhii'h oaIls
for tlhe use of more discretion than the
profession of medicine." remarked a
well known Iphysivian of ihis city.
".Just to give you: aun instance:
"I canie hlont, I late one evening after
a very busy day :iia was told by the
office boy ti.t a cv-.rtain Mrs. S. had
c(:i'ld tlle up) thrie times on llie lele-
jpi(h .. As fit.- yrx::i hoplfili laad scar-
let fever and I vwas afr\nid lie Ilehad taken
a suliden turn for tl!e worse, I got 'cen-
iial' to connect me with her house
Wilh'Ill delay.
'The niis.-'s has gone to bed. sir,'
said the voice of a maid in reply, 'but
she was so anxious to know if she
could wash Tommy's face.'
"I called back that she had better ask
the nurse if it was dirty. Now they
have another doctor."-New York Mail
and Express.

A Sennible Query.
Mr. Ashmend-Bartlett once told a
good story about his going to Ireland
for the first rime. "As soon as I land-
We offer One Hundred Dolars Re-
ward for any case-of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Props.; Toledo, 0.
We the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fin-
ancially able to carry out any obliga-
tions made by their firm.
West & Traux,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price, 75e. per bottle. Sold by all
Druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.

Toasting broiling

anything that can be done with a wood or coal fire is done
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obbDowWOUL But wu
of ""W ulheaml di b
-aU wi~aDA ls p+r"mlwd'
0 ypaw of CwdinI wU glw It

with "The Senator' and had opened ia
Washington. We had all seen the per-
formance and liked it Immensely. But
I thought I saw one defect Crane
wore a high#silk hat, which was not at
all, according to my thinking. In keep-
ing with the imitation of Plumb, who
always wore the characteristic broad
brimmed hat of the southerner. One
evening when Crane, Ingalls. Plumb
and myself happened to be dining to-
gether I remarked to Crane about the
matter of the high hat.
""You really ought not to wear It,
for It is not in keeping with the char-
acter,' said I. 'You ought to wear one
like Plumb's.'
"Crane did not say much In answer,
but when be arose from the fable he
reached out for Plumb's hat and- calm-
ly put it on. Leaving his own hat for
Plumb. Crane went off down the street
with the old felt affair Jammed-down
over his forehead. The senator was
too surprised to offer objection. The

of their mischief.
Phillips Brooks was then nc
years old. little more than a IN
rally. perhaps, ihe made misti.
one occasion. says his biogra4
punished a boy who had co,
no fault.
After Mr. Brooks had become,
of Massachusetts. as he was
In his majestic dignity across
Common, lie met this boy, the
ture man occupying a post of ti
Influence. Neither man had f
the incident.
Looking down upon his old pi
bishop made a certain appeal
giveness. "Tell me, now," 1
"that I did not make a misti
punish the wrong boy."

yet -'0
N tt-
I.s. On
hier, he

* bishop
a ma-
st and

Ipil, the
or for-
Fle said,
'(ke and

"Yes. you did make a mistaki. You
punished the wrong boy." was the an-
swer, "but I have missed so matiy pun-
ishments that I deserved that \ ought
to be grateful for that one, whi $h I did
not deserve."-Youth's Compani n.

Mrs. Murphy (to her husband, excit-
edly)-Run for the doctor, Pat. The
child has swallowed the halfpenny you
gave him to play with.
"Oh, keep your mind aisy, Bridget,"
replied Pat. "It was a bad one any-
A boy boasts of what he Is going to
to when he becomes a man, and an old
man brags of what he did when he was
j boy.-Chicago News.

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IfffC'WSTE m


How an Italian Tenor Was Enabled
to Reach High C.
"There was once an Italian tenor at
Covent Garden of the name of Tasca,
who, I am sorry to say, sang his own
praises better than the score," says Mr.
William Parry, the stage director at
the Metropolitan Opera House.
"For this and other reasons he was
strongly disliked by all the workmen.
One day he came to me and said. with
great show of mystery:
'Tell me the exact spot.'
"I could hot for the life of me under-
stand what lie wanted.
"'You know well enough what 1
mean.' he persisted. 'Show me the
spot where Tamberlik sang the high C.
There is always one spot on the stage
that is better Ihan all the others to
stand on when you sing. Where is it?'
'I'll show you later:' I replied. 'But.
remember, never a word. It would
cost me my place if it should leak out.'
"Then I drove a brass tack ;nto one
of the stage boards, and he was over-
joyed when I solemnly pointed out 'the
exact spot.' and so were the workmen
at the prospect of a joke at his expense.
That night he carefully stood on the
tack and sang the high C. Rushing
into the wings, he exclaimed: 'Beauti-
ful! Wonderful!' Ever afterward, no
matter what part of the stage demand-
ed his presence, he would rush to the
tack when the time for the high C
came and there deliver it."-Saturday
Evening Post.

Pan-American Expos


May 1-November




The sea ard Air Line Ralway


From all Florida Points.

Tickets on sale d iily. Rates from Tallahassee

$42.30 and $46.15.

Corresponding- rates from other points. Double daily
service, including Sunday, via Richmond and Washington
Quick schedules, latest Pullman equipment. For further
information write

R. E. L. Bunch,
Gen'l. ?ass. Agent,
Portsmouth, Va.


if eaal

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A. 0. MacDonell,
Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Agt.
Jacksonville, Fla.

)elle, Tall ah assee& Georgia R.R.

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F '. Stop on sign for ja enger..
ConnectUons- L. Talahas-see with trains on S. A. L. lAt Carrab.-Ilc with Apalachicola stcamet s
AtApalachicola ithCb altio<>cliee. ttiver Steamerm
it Sa Maol St&Aer Ctre-ceit City will leave Apalachicola (aily at 6:30 a m. Returning leav
Carrhbelle laily4,I:OOa. in. F. W. ARMSTRONG, Gen. Pas. Agt, Tallahassee. Fla.



It Coes to Every Part,I _
Sure. Safe and Pleasant.

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Lost t

Temper, Leisure and
Energy by the
housekeeper who
neglected to use

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StoIn Ireland I attempted to look for
traces of some of my ancestors, wh4
-came from the extreme north of Ire-
land Meeting an intelligent looking
Irishman. I informed him of my mis-
Sion. saying that my ancestors emigrat-
ed from about that spot 100 years ago,
and I was there trying to look them up.
He answered: "Ye say your ancestors
emigrated from our town about 100
. years ago? Thin why are ye looking
for them here?"-London Tit-Bits.

Feelings and Fingers.
A boy was asked which was the
greater evil, hurting another's feelings
or his finger.
"The feelings." he said.
"Right. my dear child." said the grat-
ified questioner. "But why is it worse
to hurt the feelings?" i
"Because you can't tie a t-ag round
Stale Candy.
Sale candy can generally worked
over by reboiling it. In the se of acid
candies, such as lemon drops, the candy
is boiled, the acid is withdraw n by the
use of lime or chalk, and the irmp may
then be used in the manufact re of that
or any other species of candy
[lkr tl!c,iu-ht.] 9
The winl is w-avi ia ail the tre(,i;
Thy whi;.er i w the sun,
Anr In,,:.:h t' '.e t, w:-m grass
".. .:.yv... I -. ,w s run. ;
O'. ;: r ..r turn you V.ere,
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A :i none i nn.y Iib l it stavy!"
-Alisi Duniluar in Aini:ji 'siMagazine.

;"NffwRv NN" erader,"a ndRpeafePmFF
4 Is pa.haigthem take nO others aad you will getth die bestshelsth atmoaneycaa bouy.

Budded Pecan Trees, ,FREIGHT

Orange Trees, All Kinds of
Pec' h Tree. Trees and PREPAID
PeachT re ei s! Pants,
t Largest Stock of Trees. Best Quality. Low Prices.l
Catalogue free upon application P. O. BOX 533 B. JACKSONVILLE, PLA



if i AYMA

He Was I njustly PnniJhed, but lHe
Forgave the Offense.
After his graduation from Harvard
college Phillips Brooks became a
teacher in the Boston Latih school.
And here, on the very threshold of his
career, he met with failure. Po much
had been expected of him that his
want of success was natural a sub-
ject of much comment at the me, and
after he had become a great preacher
his early failure was still referred to
and sometimes was used to point a
It was a turbulent class tha Phillips
Brooks had to teach. Before he took
charge of it three teachers I ad been
driven away. The man who Ifollowed
Mr. Brooks, to fill out the yStr, con-
fessed himself so wearied by the fre-
quent resort to corporal punlishment
that lie was obl'igd to betaIl;u himself
to the mountains for the :'iuineIr to
recuperate his stretmth. 'lie boys
were certainly in fault, but tl' blame
was not wholly theirs. and log since.
they Inve I riim scd tohre l : r l:ilted

Sfe Lan-zd.- dM Sam.
Fast Frei ht;andl Luxurious Passenger Route: to New York, Boston and the East.
Short Rail Ride to Savannah.
THENiE via palatial express steamships sailing from Savannah. Three
ships each week to New York, making close connection with
New York-Boston ships, or Sound liners.
All ticket aCents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing sche ulcs. Write or geer
information. sailing schedules, stateroom rescrvatlon c sa
P. E. LFFEVREV Manager. W. PLEASANTS. T-aflic Manager
New Plfer35, North Rivecr, New York. N. Y.
WALfER HAWKINS. General Agent, '22I West A'y str et. Jacksonville, Fla.


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17. District Attorney John Eagan,
Hon. James Alexander was among
the many well know Floridian's in the
city this week.
Mr. C. 0. M. Shine, of Jacksonville,
was in the city Sunday visiting his wife
and family.
Plmples, Boils and other humors
appear when the blood gets impure.
ThM best remedy is Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine.

Mr. R. M. Harvell, of'Chipley, was
among the prominent arrivals of last
Messrs. T. Stratton, George H. White-
ide, Alton Price, of Apalachicola, were
in the city last week.
Bearing Down Pains indicate Dis-
placement of Womb. Curable quickly
by using Simmons Squaw Vine Wine
or Tablets.
Dr. Geo. H. Gwynn went to Panacea
on last Sunday, accompanied by Mr. T.
H. Hall, the proprietor.
Mr. John L. Inglihs. of Madison, was
attending to important business matters
here during the past: week.
Pain-Killer, as an internal remedy,
has no equal in- cases of colic, summer
complaint, dyspepsia, dysentery, and
rheumatism. It is the best liniment
in the world. Its action is like magic.
w.-en applied to bad sores, burns,
scalds and sprains. For the sick head-
ache and toothache don't fail to try
it. Avoid substitutes, there is but one
Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 5ic
and 50 c.
If you have anything to sell take it to
Wells. He will buy it. tf.

Miss Mattie Finlayson, of Cedar Key,
is visiting Mrs. S. D. Hightower.
Hon. Frank E. Saxon of Brooksville,
Circuit Clerk for Hernando county, has
been in the city during the past week.
Editor Samuel Puleston. of Monti-
cello, wis agair at the capital during
the week.
Hon. E. J. Triacy was among many
prominent Jacksonvillian's at the cap-
ital during this week.
Mr. I. L. Harris, of Jacksonville
caused his many old friends in this city
a pleasant surprise and enjoyable half
hour by being among them one day of
last w ek.
In cases of catarrh Hood's Sarsapar-
illa heals the tissues, builds up the
system, expels impurities from the
blood and cures.
Hon. C. M. Cooper and Dr. Frank B.
Mathews are recent arrivals from Jack-
Much to the regret of many friends in
the city, Mrs. Thomas Palmer was called
home to Tampa this week, on account
of serious illness in hbr mother's family.
Work is progressing rapidly on the
grading of the Georgia. Florida and
Alabama Railrod, now being construct-
ed between Bainbrid=e and Tallah'assee.
It is said that trackiajing will begin on
the Bainbridge end rtout May 20, and
on the Tallahassee en about the first of

As vaccination pi
-'and quinine chills
TEETHINA prevent,
the effects of the
much dreaded by mo
children. TEETHIb
many troubles incidei
the hot summers, a
excusable for not giv
only 25 cents at drug
25 cents to C. J. MI
Louis, Mo.



is all right, if you
and all wrong, if tc

events smallpox,
and fever, so
and counteracts
summer's heat,
others with small
A relieves the
't to teething and
tid no mother is
ng it, for it costs
gists; or by mail
ffett, M. D., St.




too fat;

o thin already.

Fat, enough for. your habit, is
healthy; a little m+re, or less, is
no great harm. Tioo fat, consult
a doctor; too thi persistently
thin, no matter w iat cause, take
Scott's Emulsion f Cod Liver
There are many causes of get-
ting too thin; ey all come
under these two heads: over-
work and under-igestion.
Stop over-worif if you can;
but, whether yj can or not,
take Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil, to balance yourself
- with your work. You can't live
on it-true-but, 1by it, you
can. There's a limit, however;
you'll p4, for it.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
Oil is the readiest cure for
"can't eat, unless it comes of
your doing no work--you can't
Inna whe well and tfronn_ withount

Iorn. C. M. Blown, of Ocala. was here
last week en route to Little Rock, Ark.,
as a delegate to thb! Presbyterian gener-
al assembly.

Mr. John Demilly, son of Mr. P. D.
Demilly, accidntly shot himself through
the hand Tuesday. Dr. Palmer dressed
the wound, which we understand will
not be very serious.
Messrs. E. E. Crabtree, N. A. Dur-
ham, David Sheehan, and L. C. Tunison,
of Pensacola, were here looking at im-
portant legislation during the p:st
"*I have been troubled with indiges-
tion for ten years, have tried many
things and spent much money to n'pur-
pose until I tried Kodal Dyspepsia Cure.
I have taken two bottles and gotten
more relief from +em than all other
medicines taken. I feel more like a boy
than I have felt in twenty years." An-
derson Riggs 9f Sunny Lane, Tex.
Thousands have testified as did Mr.
Riggs. All dealers.

Rev. S. L. McCarty left for Little
Rock, Ark.. where he went as a dele.
gate to the Presbyterian general assem-
bly, which convenes on the 16th.
Professor W. B. Hare of the F!'orida
Institute for the Deaf and Blind, of St.
Augustine, was at the capital last week.
accompanied by Professor John E. Ray
of the North Carolina Blind and Deaf
Sergeant Frank J. McCormack of L
battery, Fir t United States artillery,
stationed at Fort Barrancas. has estab-
lished a recruiting office for the United
States army at room No. 4, Government

Misses William Hooker. J. V. Burke
and J. D. Robertson, of Ocala. were
among the recent arrivals during the
past week.
Col R. Don McLe.d, County Judg ( of
Wakulla county, and one of Crawford-
vile's leading attorneys is in the city
tnis week attending to some legal mat-
Capt John C. Hodge, the Sopchoppy
Lumber man, was in the city this week,
en route home from a short business
trip to the eastern part of the State.
Early oats are already coming into
marAet. The crop is better that usual,
notwithstanding the recent long dry
spell. Those crops which have not al-
ready matured will be exceedingly good
now that spring showers have set in.

The Rehearsed Wedding.
The wedding was. upon the whole.
an artistic success. The bride particu-
larly evinced unmistakable talent. She
trembled with all the technical accu-
racy of an aspen leaf and the emo-
tional Intensity of a startled fawn. Her
trembling indeed was irreproachable.
If she cast down her eyes with some-
thing of amateurish gawkiness. the
fact is easily attributable to her inex-
perience. this being her first wedding.
rather than to an essentially defective
method. She was fairly well support-
The bridegroom rose from his knees
too soon and had to be knocked down
by the prompter, but otherwise the
minor parts were carried out credita-
bly.-Detroit Journal.
Felt Familiar.
Bennet Burleigh related a pleasant
story in the London Telegraph. The
incident.. which happened In his sight
and hearing, was as follows: Two offi-
cers. total strangers, new arrivals
from up country. rather lonely and
bored, were awaiting luncheon. The
elder having proposed that they should
sit together. a mutual friendliness de-
veloped so rapidly that at last one
said to the other: "Do you know. I
rather like you, and there's something
about you that seems familiar, as if
we had -met before? I'm Major S. of
the Blanks." "Indeed! Are you? I
thought so. And I'm Lieutenant S. of
-'s staff, just joined-your -youngest

A. R. Hemmingway, under an indict-
ment for manslaughter, for the killing
of B. F. Tilton, at Popeville, some
weeks ago, was put upon his trial and
acquitted of the charge on Monday
last. The jury that tried him was com-
posed of representative citizens of this
community-both of the city and
county-in fact, we have seldom seen
a better jury drawn for the box. The
killing of the deceased was not dis-
puted by the accused, the question was
simply whether or not under the law
Hemmingway was guilty of man-
slaughter, or was justified through hin
fear of bodily harm and serious injury
in shooting the deceased.
District-Attorney Geo. W. Walked
for the State, was assisted in the tria
by Hon. F. T. Myers, State Senator foi
Leon county, and also Hon. E. M. Hop
kins,' Leon's Representative in th(
lower House of the Legislature, two o
the brightest and best criminal lawyer
of the Leon county bar; while the de
fendant was represented by Col. D. H
McLean, a prominent criminal lawye
of North Carolina, who was sent dowi
here by Mr. Hemmingway's parents- t
defend him, and also by the Hon. Geo
P. Raney, Leon county's other dis
tinguished Representative in the lowe
The evidence was direct and positive
The State's witnesses all testified tha
Hemmingway, who happened to b
driving by Tilton's commissary on hi
way home, was requested to stop b
Tilton. That the matter of a negr
hand's account which Tilton ha
agreed to pay Hemmmingway was dis


on his feet: "Why, Frank, what's the Sick Headache l NOTl
matter with you? I am not angry and is the bane of women. What is wanted "
have done nothing to make you angry iS not relief alone, but relief andi curp. El' ..T
wih me." Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspepticide will cure "fi',.atu .,
To which Tilton then replied that sick headache for all time. It makes Notice. i iere'.X
i-e wanted him to get his wife and get thile stomach right. settlert li'-hi,.,-,<
away from there and never to set his f..- - l-- final 1 : 1 1
foot on his premises again. Hemming- IE AT T hTAP alhi-s,I.,
way said he would as soon as Tilton REAL ESTATEA Tii,,:
gave him his pistol. Hemmingway BAR GAIN t;
then got into his Duggy and gathered -- WVE, Y-voU ACRES (T- AN f- I'I'-l l-Ef :ti,1
up his iunes preparatory to drive off, 1 corporate limits of the city, cmbr facing build- t. T. cl::'-1. l T:
and Tilton handed him his pistol, and ing lots and truck farms all contiguous and de- hart, o' ril:h.:-,.,.
turned and went to the commissary, a sirable. Apply to w. W. MGRIFF. Fl:h.we e, ila
4.1-i. Fla. (_O-_w
few steps away. As he went, Hem- HUNRED F:ltS OF FINE FARM-
mingway said: "Frank, I think you are ing land on Luke .IJckson,one mile of lake
acting like a damn fool," at which Til- shore orr pasture. Apply to McG---,
ton wheeled around and exclaimed 44-t W. MW. RIFi.
Do you call me a damn fool? Repeat EIRABLE aErkIHENCES ON MONROE
that, quick," and took a step or two and lMcCarthy trees Warehouse and ET
t, quick and took a step building lots, at and near depot. .Southern sub-
forward. Then Hemmingway fired urbs, and Long Grove Addition. Will be sold at
three shots, one of which struck Tilton a bargain. W. W. MCGRIFF.
in the Lreast. Tilton, on being asked, -1EVERALof the most prominent residences in THE BEST MADE. ALL STATIONERS
said he was hit, and then walked S the city-on Calhoun and .linton streets-
to w ard s his h o s, f n b r he unsurpassed for business convenience or s -ocial T H E F ER
towards his house, falling before he surroundings, such as are not ou the maket for ad 10 centsforS assorted .THE ESTJc
reached it. Hemmingway in the mean- a lifetime. For terms apply early, if you want
time drove off. to buy. W. W. MCUtRIFF.
The whole question of guilty or not_'OME CITYo B1SlN*.S. PROI'EttTIES FRO3t F" i-
Shng o fa one lot to a whole block, from .$1. (100to
guilty or not guilty hung on the fact as $8,(#X), upon which are having invtmentsl o0
to whether or not riemmingway was now in operation 12 per cent. net. Apply to W.
in fear of receiving bodily narm or ser- w. McGrir. N
ious injury at the hands of Tilton,when L4R SALE CH EAP-ONE-EIGHTH A- C Tman WHO SIOk CS
Tilton wheeled upon him and started tere1. in the Lon- Grove Lots. M o.
as he supposed to attack him a second ,o .' ..,.S--. 1, ,- o~ team andl cart "
time. The evidence certainly went to J Address J. I. HIARVEY. Waard, ila.
show that Hemmingway wai no match Vnl1gt A, -G tr r_ tt o T Ci
physically for Tilton, and that.he had FendK of Jelleson three, apply d w!ti a.
evidently been cowed by Tilton in his MooXR. 10o-it I o ti ed 1 l T I
first attack. The case was ably argued R iENT- Fann ori f ioacres threelia t-r aS atilSC id, lad aVC
on both sides and tne jury after being u rnFle o:ith of Tallahassee. will s i)house- 1 .
out a short time brought in a verdict hold furniture piano. severe l iec old nahgSS O i faCC t
of not guilty. The verdict seems to etc. M'-. J. NM IIADNER. For refereiiese e
be considered a right and just one by w, A.Demilly, agent. tf Ohts H know-
the public generally. eone. He knows I
Notice. 6 -
A PP1 ICATION will be made to the Circuit m 0 not disappointed. No
Pay Card-Office of Inventor, Deer Juage on the dayof MIy, fora a
ocharterMor the Merry !ell -oTiety-. 1l, object W r y on M
Lodge, Tenn., Box 45. Stap! Betton. ofwhich shall b the cre f i- sicknwhre he buy one M aine ot
burial of it. dead. EUWAD HroD H n
Grain Cradles, idcCormick Mowers,e lo-4tL l d f alifon a-he knO
Reapers and Binders, Rakes and Grain Talio ia n
Cradles and a full stocv. of repairs for United States Court House anC Post i
the above, at Yaeger's. Office. W1 be t Same as those
Tallahassee, Fla., May 18, 941.
Gilmore & Davis Co. are head- Sealed proposals will be recei ed at at t eC-Clean-well mad
quarters for all kinds of Harvesting this building until 2 o'clock t. m.,
Mact.nery. June 1, 1901, for furnishing fuel, CVC --taste good-SatlSfyingl
lights, water, ice, miscellaneo sup- i ]
.at N at Balkeom' 1 is plies, washing towels, hauling ashes I mi (on Old Vrginia Cheroots
ThatNew Balom is and sprinkling streets for this tuild-
Walnut Cream said to be the ing during the fiscal year ending June AK your own dealer. Price, 3 for
heat in town. 30, 1902, or such portion ol the year as
may be deemed advisable. The right *3l3l3.l O0
Just received. Carload Reapers, to reject any and all bids is reserved --
Binders, Mowers, Rakes, etc. Give us by the Treasury Department. -
a call. We cannot be undersold. JOHN McDOUGALL, W. N. TA LOR
Gilmore & Davis Co. Custodian.

Real Estate.
Desirable City and Suburban Property
for sale. Apply to F.C. Giinmore. atGil- A rch itects and BL
more & Davis Co.'s Store. 3-tf A rc it t a d

Five room cottage on Call street; ap- To those in search
ply to Miss Jessie Meginniss. 4t of first-class .
Gilmore & Davjs Co. sell the cele-
brated Deering Mowers, Binders, -- -
takes, etc. The best in the world.
To the teachers of the Public Schools, .
Leon county:. o wie
The examination of teachers will be Manufactu r
held, beginning on Tuesday, the 4th 1 r f a kinds d S-_
day of June next, at the West Florida Ask for o a in s f
Seminary building, for white teachers, the rough an
and at the colored graded school dressed lu n -
- building for colored teachers. The next -
i meeting of the Sctool Board will be ber, moul
held on Monday, the3dof" June, at9 O sta
o'clock, a, m. 1MI S a IVISI, Ste'
e C.W. BANNERMAN, -rails,baluste'
Supt. of SPnools and Secy.
NA OTIes N porch colunlns, brackets, mantels grills, f;
SNOTICE FF APPLICA FOR E ments, and rned and scroll work of every <1
FINAL DISCHA Lime and C meant for sIae
y Six months after the final publi- ____ e.
cation hereof, I will present my final
Accounts and vouchers to the County
l Judges of Leon County, Florida, and acu nsadv uc ert ly Ail OrF S will receive prompt
r ask to be discharged as executrix of O s
- i the estate of William Cooper, of Leon and you have the ad-
e County, Florida, deceased. vantage of our expe-
t MARY COOPER, r g of ou *
s Executrix. We Guarani Our Work to be First-Class
- I May 9, 1901. 11-6m
G.u Contrac C Prices Reasonable.

S-AND- Office, Shop nd Lumber Yard, on Sea Bo

" 0lot south of county jail.
r ...Bulders, Phone 87- I

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