The Citizen=reporter
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Title: The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title: Citizen reporter
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.L. Dodd
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042460
oclc - 33283557
notis - AKN0324
lccn - sn 95047172
System ID: UF00065510:00004
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Preceded by: Columbia County citizen and Florida tobacco plant
Preceded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1885)
Succeeded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1919)

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r IiD tY1EP01TElab.187tl CouoUdate4 LAKE CITY JANl/ARY4,1901. Vol. XXVII I No. 8 ,
:...u OOUJTY CItIlEI;Eat&ll.1886f. e ag.21,1900 FRIDAY, r i f

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RESTATE: AGRICULTURAL COL- The School Board r TO OUR CIVIL. WAR. HEROES.Program Opera House- 'A Figuring Come- FEDERAL I .OFFICERS, LN- Tat:"
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The School Board of Columbia cilia. 1

county, Fla., met in regular session Dedicating noutunent to Ben Lodge, one of the comediansof --- -an
return of Flort- The following u extract from
enforced Dead.
flemory of Dilutee
'tnth the in Lake City Jan. 1st,-190L PresentW. the Olympia Opera Company,
ln basket"cpnotuirpstem editorial in the New Orleans :
fl/Jron H an'tc '&*. one T. Henry,' chairman; J. E. Stonewall Chapter r, No. 47,U.D. C.,. while reading a Jacksonville paper a an'
and It
over a large por- States of the 22nd, corresponds
,. the system of Wise and Dr. S. L. Berry. has'arranged the following programfor few days ago was struck by the with statement made by ouce 1
tioo of Der territory The minutes of the last meetingwere dedicating the 'monument'they use of numerals throughout its col
with Its abnormal- prominent white Republicans in
tC i'ttiS period, read and approved. have erected to the memory of the umns. On second thought he figuredout
and haphazard Florida, particularly soon after the
\- liated Dues Treasurer J. L. Turner turned In gallant Confederates who were killed the following: f
conservative well- ,late national Republican convention -
profits:io' the cancelled school warrant to the at the battle of Olustee 'and are 2 were 2 meet 2 at 2. The 2 who
.>tibac d, elflUitaiDlng.Industries amount of 1196161 Accounts aginst buried In the Lake City cemetery:' ,were 2 meet the 2 at 2 neglected 2 be advices ,.
the to Washington ,
farming, people i According
'of fitrjljBt the School Board were examined, approved The procession will form at the prompt at 2 2 meet the 2 waiting for .
Southern senators and representatives {
appreciate moreever"
y kt ome"t, << and ordered paid for purposes corner of Marion and Dural streetsat 2 at 2, 80 the 2 waiting for Icon- I called
before thet4dgrlcnitant. who have recently on
'ti ui\lJ, than College. Not as follows: I I 11 o'clock on Friday morning, Jan. eluded S adjourn 2 a neighboringtavern President McKinley in reference to J.t

B : Teachers'.salaries__ __$1432 00 .a, 1901. i 2 take 2 while waiting for the I'
I paternal offices )n the South under the next
'tkat tte.coBQretauhe H. Brodlc, 7 benches, Fort The following order will be ob- 2 who were 2 meet the 2 at 2. The
i itution' has administration, 'are'of the decided f-
:bel k e&e'of: thTk-.I White school__,_?..-:. 5 2a served by Veteran D. N. Cone, waiting 2 did not go :2 far away from that the president has determined '

pegktted)(w 1.U.e+ eglect the I Office expenses of the, School who will act as Marshal of the Day the spot where the 2 were 2 meet the opinion to appoint only white Re .>.j

'im' : eaie11 ImPorbut j >rtieulturalrather that Board and Co. Supt,._ G 50 taking'up the line, of march down 2 at 2, as' the appointment was 2 important publicans ta fill ,the -odes:es. In the v

Znteresta 4f IPlarl -i Members School Board, per I Marion street to Hlllsboro, up West 1 2 allow it 2 pass. The 2 future. h

,l iarticnlarli: lost a pursuit diem and mileage _":L. 9 80 I I Hillsboro t4 First street and down waited for by the 2 did not come 2 This Is said to be la dine with the

'VIUCD,IBUUJI* absO j"V"J-u Y *UQUauien7teltotheeiist Supt.salary--,. _. 50 00 First street to the city cemetery: view until 4; that's 2 aifli 'So the the leaders of
policy agreed by
BceWthe i race,. is Chalker $ Small, insurance Lake City Brass Band. waiting 2 became angry'with .the awaited the Republican upon party, and there is

; 4 ptto be negUVtrflJ'r! ,the more :' Lake City S. II. ........ ......:;;.... 50 00 Columbia Light Infantry. for by the 2. The waiting 2, much reason to, believe that'after -

I i allurement! of ambtlon'! D. E. Whetston, lumber, El- RattaliJ; ) lo ida'Agricultural College 'show their contempt for the 2'' March 4th next, .'negro officeholdersin

lloae1"get nf lisville S. f.- 20 50 Cade.Minist') waited for, left the 2 with a wave of
will lose their
the South jobs ,
ile the
If lat.helut.:aecompflsl d a notable State F. P. Cone, pub. notice of.mb s of the gospel in car- the hand, saving 2, 2, t. .their places I will be filled by white. e '

(eDag dist. election Suwanee Valley riages. ,
who the respect
delver in STRIKES A RICH FIND. Republicans, enjoy
t' 'rrol l bgag a _. __.. 5 00 Speakers with the Mayor and and esteem of the communities la
ieiepttflC volumes i and dispenser ofadets'Iaiestiatiget "I was troubled for several years
I Gainua Lake of Board of Commissioners
t has Harry janitor Chairm County. which they reside. It related thata
taken with chronic and
City school 1 month._. 10 00 In carriage indigestion nerv- high official connected with the
to .hands writes F. J. Green of
strong.bolawith upon J. L. Turner, treas. com _1 .. 32 25 'County and city'oMcerii in carriages ousldebility, administration 'told a Georgia congressman \
here Lancaster N. H. "No remedy helpedme J
ns right
]lrlagicosomkques ,
T. S. Chalker, interest I mo. 30 33 !. 'a few days that President j .
|iu-fJoiiI ., Its riches are noages until I began using Electric Bitters ago
Jas. E. Young, material,Lake Lake; City Fire Department. McKinley now realizes that the 1

:prosecuted >n the buried Citysuijdist __.,..__.__ 365 Confederate Veterans. ., which did me more good than appointment of negroes to Federal
if thirty.imlalljtonJoctea. = ass ago, aca- Confederate aU ,medicines I ever used. They
Son's Veterans.
of ,
J. T.. Ferguson, paint and offices in the South, and especially a.
ithia the cloiso No. 27 F.& A. M. have also kept my wife la excellent I
work on blackboard Lake Lake City Lodge postmasters, was not only a political
but health for She Electric
TallsofaUb(4tory; theyI City S. H_ '__ 1875 Knights of Pythias. years. says mistake, but gave great offense t9
pie the fc|es of to-<13Y. Bitters are just splendid for female
of the World.
.. Hoard adjourned to meet on the 8th Woodmen the white people, and naturally retarded
v* leasure to be Florida troubles; that they are a grand tonic
gives and students
of 1901. Faculty Agri-
.thf. day January, the growth of the republican
following the and invigorator for weak, run,!down
to announce II. L. AVANT, Sec. cultural College. party In this section of the country. ,
; of older n Is the
It is announced that it r
ieStateCollege *|l issue a semi- tike its place In our family. Try
IT GIRDLES TUB GLOBE. High School. .., and desire of President McKin I
ball p, giving pcrti- them.. Only 50c Satisfaction: guar- pose i
press Stonewall Chapter. No. 47, U. D.
The fame of Bucklen's Arnica ley to build up a white Republican
'Modivested ration, in such anteed by all druggists. j
Met, abatruslaawillcowmi Salve, as the best in the .world, extends Citizens.: party in the Southern states, 1
of t hnical -
round the earth. It's the one AT THE CEMETERY. "Christmas comes but once a year" and bid plan ii to gradually drop the

ptance.-. es-Union them to&popu-Citi- perfect healer of cuts, corns, burns, Music. much to the regret of some and to negroes, and in the appointment to I

3cc bruises, sores, scalds, ,'boils, ulcers, Prayer. the joy of others. office recognize only white men of

felons, aches, pains and all. skin Introductory remarks by Chairmanof I high business and social standing.We j

eruptions. Only infallible pile cure. Boardof Countf'Commissioners: BLOWN TO ATOMS. are not inclined to believe that a
tt.the when'mothcra
!% sea*
'unt of It tic a box at all druggists.The and Mayor of Lakfi'ityf The old idea that the body sometimes white Republican party will noarishta I
farmed on ao> croup. Address by; Veterans W. M. Ives 'needs a powerful, drastic; any-great extent in the'South for I II
rdckly cute| >y One Minute and E. Brown, I
small boy still puffs: the fragrant purgative pill has been exploded; 'many years to come, but it is unnecessary -
whiw children like to Callaway.Address .
cure;i Poem, by Mrs. J. Eppes I
cigarette, the three'-rlng circus for Dr.King's New Life Pills, which 'to here argue why Repubil-
& t .WiaJTheL.N.IVR. by M. M. Scarborough, Jr.,
U still extant, the" capital still on behalf of the sons of Veterans. are'perfectly harmless, gently stimulate ca nism is so unpopular with the

| remains in Tallahassee, Bryan is defeated -, 'I Three volleys by the military com- liver and bowels 'to expel whites in the South'and always will

"through i s to Pensacola, borne nlcey-nlce Democrats I panies. poisonous matter, cleanse the sys- be under present conditions. The ,

'a Ne Orleans, to Birim bay the party needs reorganizing, :i Sung by children .of, .Lake City tem and'absolutely cure constipationand best men of the Republican party in

,Nash? ind St. Louis, toCim and if it is not done"threaten to dignify High SchooL\ sick headache. Only, 25c" a box the South are fully cognizant of the I'.

tile, uiti and Evans and Illumine the. Republican Taps. at all druggists. difficulties they have had to contend

[ to Chicd without leaving party by adding their names to Its EARNESTLY INVITED with. Some have left the party and I
of +
rolls! what thingswe One of the saddest incongruities into the Democratic party because !
por.ra schedules and muster My my All veterans and sons of veteransare gone i u

Sq tear f itions write to orQI'kgis do iCe! And what next? earnestly invited to come and I life is that things get so much they aw no hope of a change
after Christmas-just when ,
bring their families with them to cheaper left I in their own party. However we J

kPass.I Agt. I IT DAZZLES THE WORLD., take part in the dedicatory ceremonies you haven't any money we will.not fully.believe the reported I J

3 ".206 teat Bay Street, I No discovery In medicine has ever the hour of which has been BEAT OUT OF- AN INCREASE OF : change of heart of President M>-

Jacksonville, Fla.C'.f created one quarter of the excitement placed in the forenoon for their con- HIS PENSION.A Kinley until there Is more evidence

I than has been caused by Dr. yen ience. Mexican war veteran and promi- of the fact. 1

e, Kiuj's: New Discovery for ConilUUptioo' .. nent editor writes: "Seeing the advertisement :!' --- --
:: Its severest tests have been -- -' ----- -- of Chamberlain's Colic I

on hopeless victims of consumption, I Cholera and Diarrhoea Ke'medy, I .

pneumonia, hemorrhage, pleurisy I ; am reminded that as a soldier in j mwmI It t

and bronchitis, thousands of whom It I rAft He Comes] Mexico in '47 and '48, I contracted

"has restored to perfect health. For I Mexican diarrhoea and this remedy
ldll asthma, croup Lay a hard enough time. Every- 'an In- nLIkiPiILAkkII
coughs, 'c l' the expectant mother has kept me from getting

fever, hoarseness and whooping I It can do to help her child she should crease in my pension, for, on every

cough it is the quickest, surest cure I= do. One of the greatest blessings jj renewal a dose of it cures me.."' Its 1

[Mothers lathe world It is sold by all druggists :1 she can give him is health, bnt to if unequalled as a quick cure for di
i d do this she must have health her- jt '
satisfaction'or 1 and safe to
who Is
guarantee arrhoea and pleasant
ttt.lhr Acakhy. aaiderythIMblrtK refund money. Large bottles' 50c and I I J{ self.to improve She should her physical use every condition.means :. take. For sale by G. W.'Price. iS f ao -,
rfcfcsv i II. Trial bottles free. I
= She should by all means supply :j
as ;y Rs rhildr**> ue A new'name voting machines j M{ herself with It seems to be generally -agreed It
hlY wow.. But With that Senator Mason is the moot consistent -
has been Invented. They are now Mother's |
bd-u 5 man in congress. He voteson
M t called votometera." If .I the losing side of every question. i
ere M f per0**! hub h aM Friend.
S SIt :
Mt, eati. D* yen wui Help la needed at once when a person's Now is the time when croup and .,
IiiiIh all Ki privlUju MM! life is in danger. A' neglected :; ; ai
of Cardul wtt Jlv tt ; will take her lung troubles prove rapidly fatal.
cough or cold may soon become serious the crisis
through The only harmless remedy that produces
and should be stopped at once. easily and
results la- One
One Minute, Cough Cure quickly '. quickly. It is aUnuoeut i immediate. Cure. It is very
which Minute Cough F- J J'Il
and the worst I
and Folds
I cures coughs gives strength ", pleasant to take and, can be .relied --......
cases of croup bronchitis, grippe and vigor to the to quickly cure coughs colds w "
trouble, muscles" Com- upon 1
and other throat lung tl It will prevent the mother of few eW14H..
a.d l 4 "- ,sense will and all lung >eaes. aa
organ mOB :
Wise, of
A. R. wriIfra. Bnpbcmia Falcowr,
Far every show consumption. A. R.
you I Treat; lttskegoa Ca. Kick "My Ant .
ass k k Ms btri i -bents is the' that the I' two babies were ltiU-bom..eI I NOeredevery '
for Three declared
lot "To Hell stronger the ; And now a scientist has thing but death Mr Mess all .
IoRIs w aatts ao heading in a church? pap:r; but it mvfclea' are". the gulf stream a myth. There are thought I eoftld aver .-ei. I... i

Iii doubtful if a cut rate will. increase which. rth bear* less theIh'aJu. so few "real" things left. to us now: three redoee4 month to 109 aloof poHBda.fcr.v Wises third child I wa I* I i

travel in that direction. will be. that the scientists wiU soon have to was UKCB with heaonhat er loodtav j
1 w iris .kkt pain there j
IlariMe a.
disproving their--Qwn theo- and CUM sea
living in Fort Wayne." take to ., T female akne Per two BoUh* I
sn stom-ci is tired 'out it A woman from w
; When the rits. -. ;:1 .... i
lad., says: "Mother's Friend did, ; u I wu nader the ewe of our doctor W ,
smear.t+sanMI wM must bare neat, but we can't live wonders for me. Praise God'OI' exposes o hea"'J U fee.1 a was fatting weaker alt the time and ,
.r Cure t one day hippeoed to coon aeros one
Kodol Dyspeusla '
sIIna' f,+br a.d without food. your liniment"Read cold coming *on,'take Foley'f Honey of your little books ud I read ft tU aP.
.,u4 W isle ,raLMrrkrr 1 "digests what,you ',eat" so that yqu this from Hunel. a id Tar.' It never fails to core atd and the seat. day I eat sad fo' three \;

Gd..ifmdcf. t can eat all the good food you want .Mother's Friend is a Ca1..j t will present pneumonia or consump- bottles of Favorite Prescriptio' sad ,

while it is restoring the,:digestive all women chfldbirth.who undergo"f-. tioitrf taken ha tWIt., *\ fj one fait bottV I coatioucd of eUetiK to take you I tmprovtd rKdss aa ,

to health: It is the only ordeal of trust ias to I nut baby was ton, sad he ia health/
., organs rw'.i The, camera gone aodaUritht. My !health.* been food
ataao C kinds of 6etMoUr'
:- CLei.nosa.some. Tara preparation that digests all I: pieces but the camera, fiend yet I ever Mac ee. .I sow weigh 165. .ada! .- -f
Wise.AMERICA'S stora.
d food. A. R I manages: to>hold himself together. "Favorttotlon" PresllrtJ.- :
co. ; -
---- --- THE BRADROO RCOUTOB ; a.fb.S T O R S.A.. make W a

Greatest Medicine Ii Atlanta, 6.. i 1 E liteara eta IM itbd Vat Matt 1o II W 0 mpdWomaAi.

lwuilla.beeau e it possesses \vrtt. as'IT..UIuitfaW INd...... 8iptua' S1 II i

unequalled curative is Lowers awl kr '"Bab.8ura.-ifIHfl3.flH4i i I. _tl... __ '-.' I !:

its record of cures GREAT.EST' ',

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2 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Estal shed 1874 '

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-, PREMIUM LIST OF THE GREAT i school children's parade. I I A 11" ". I

FAIR AND CARNIVALLIST Most graceful la'dyVider trades'pars I '. Choice Vegetables
t if/rjorlt .1Id I fell outer '. I
*. -,. 000TRSN t evenln Wt rtemtrr wtll.- 1 I

'. OF OFFICERS., ,Best'decorated;bouse or building whAt r MarJurle on earth rIOr It 1 war tea about tell.- I' always bring high priccs:\\ _

+t The names of the office s who have say #
MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS- Nature alone wont do It. It needs We've talked about It tines pl'l'PlesN!.. To raise them
:.. been selected for the fair are given Han ome medals and diplomaswill I help. Doctors saj"Scott's ... And wondered how we bad the heart. acc::y-

>; ,,' below: be awarded on the best of the .-. For Ib, was trOll and I war vex e* .

-- President._..._James E. Young following articles _! Emulsion And wa a.ree4.'twu brat to part. ; fully, fertilizer containing

Vice-President & Treas. A. J Mosely 'She bjuf me tarts my gifts and go- J
Secretary_ _John Caldwell Double carriage_ harness, hand is the best help" But you mast The feather fan the sapphire ring.The i

Chief Marshal,.;.._,._._a A. Flute made.Wagon. continue its usa even In hotweaker. sachet with the true tore bow. ,. t ac least: {:1 :;
Supt. Exhibits,_M- M. Scarborough harness hand made. "" ,< The songs I loved to hear. her sing

Supt. Advertising_H.' L. Dodd Buggy harness, hand 'm de. If you have not tried k;tend"for free i jDpk. I I The 'te crercetit. for bet hair.nd Potash should be used.: '
Suptt Veteran's Parade-W.- Ives- A .plhl..ul
Supt. Decorations_P. H. Young S tile saddle,'ha 'micJe'I 14IS t Street, New York. Then, thinking tHat t dl*not caw8he ,- .

Supt: Camp Grounds! _J. M. Dowling Man's saddle, hand made. doC and funs aI\dnfgwt, dd -to my great dl gut- .v KTut Our books famish useful i..jora tija 03

Supt. Flower Parade' r Riding bridle\.hand made.. I may I hope you will be kind r all subjects rtUtLig; to C

;i.. Mrs.'J. Potsdamer Best broom, hand made. And let me keep the onckatoa. 1 crop raisin?. They are
he', spiteful he'll remind s
Supt. Children's Parade- Pair gent's fine boots, hand made. The Light o', tits World-Or Our I For Me when sometimes, Reginald of you." sent free.DIVORCE. S

Miss Gussie Miller Pair ladies'fine shoes, hand made Savior ia Art.
I .neenee4. I left the saucy mtnl. GERMAN K.U u'UttKS 1
Supt.Bicycle and Foot Races, Two horse carriage, hand made, Cost to And savagely the ball door slammed: }
$400,000 produce.
nearly 93 Naaau gtrcet, P '
J. E. Inman .
"': : Top buggy, hand made.. contains 100foil! But on the top steq like a sphinx.Bruck hew York. .
Supt. Livestock Exhibit, nearly page en- lut. my coat taU tightly J.-
W.V.CaseySupt' Open buggy, hand made. gravings of our Savior and His
... stamped my foot In utlU rage
Faun, and Garden, Products, Express wagon, hand made. mother by the, worlds greatest I may at once admit. I swore

H. E. Stockbridge : Two horse wagon, hand made. painters. True copies ofj the greatest I know 'twaa wrong but curled 111 engage that doo..

Supt. Manufactured. Products, Collection of furniture hand made. masterpieces in the'art galleries A blthop would have

->. A. O. Mann' Sign painting._ of Europe. Every picturp is as beau-I The thought 'nashed quickly through my 4

Supt. Textile Eblbit, Specimen job printing. tiful as sunrise over the i ( felt wmndI forlorn- a. flab on book-
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; Mrs. C. A. FInley hilltops."I
Specimen book binding. Contains description of f ihe U peeping through the blind
Supt. War ReJlc Exhibit, i 'How idiotic I must look.
,.', S. B. Thompson' Specimen training. ., ings, biography of the painters, thenames I3TOO COMMOH.
% "_ unlucky star
Specimen marble work, I ? Is a most
and locations of the galleries
Supt. Miscellaneous Exhibit, Beyond the shadow.of a doubt.
). I J.O. Harris Premiums will be awarded,on the in Europe where the originals maybe Would 1 had left the door ajar The CoavU et gland Are GraaUaj'
same as above made by machinery. Or let the servant snow me out." ... ThemOfficial H Tkaa Ev.etY
Chief. of.Pullce'A... E. Futch seen. Also contains a Child's department .
including a Child's story strove In vain the cloth to tear e! -
Make youi-'arrangemenU to be 'at THE MOTHER'S FAVORITE. of the Christ' But might hUll tugged till that day week;
and His Mother beautifully figurei&how
I could not leave my garment; there that the divorce -
the Fair and bring something to enter Chamberlain's each chambers sees. court in Eland!
Cough Remedy is written, to fit icture And sparsely clad my was not near-
for one of the premiums that the mother's This book'matchlessin ly bo busy in Ib| it
favorite. It is pleas wonderful For freedom. then. I rang the bell; as had been in ,
will be offered. It is much to the ant and safe for children to.take and its purity and beauty; lapp' ala to The fatal door was optned wide. Ib97. In the latfr jear 53 and in i
interest of all farmers that they exhibit And In my anna my sweetheart lelt- 1SU8 43 marriage were dL&o.'ved.
always cures. It is intended especially every mother's heart, and .il every "Forgive my cruelty," she cried. It j
is oN
at the Fair from the fact their worthy ,that our 65
for colds Christian percent
cough's, croup and home where) there are
Aid murmured. In my fond embrac* of the pet ors
exhibit will .
be ,thousands.And presented
seen by to
whooping cough and is the best children the book sells
itself. Iphris- Regarding me with deep concern. tbe divorce count 13J
it will be a proper place to come medicine made for these disenses. tiara men and women are talkingmoney TVhlle I with rapture kissed her tae_" marriages of frail five reference to
"1 dear Reggie.you'd return. to t".atyI
for the purpose of seeing the finest is rapidly taking ':order! A knew
There not the least danger in giving Edmund Petlex., In Ixmdon Graphic. tenth standingfhe majority of all

SCT, S AND REGULATIONS. or other injurious drug and orders for Christmas presents. }lrs. SNAKES ON PICNIC GROUND. husbands, but c those relating to

L The Supervisor and the Fair Directors may be given as confidently to a Waite, our agent in Massachusetts, marriages of 20 d more years' dura-

will, carefully preserve all babe as to an adult. For sale by G. has sold over $3,000 worth oflthe Plcaiare Resort was Laid O.t at tion the larger umber were from
books in a very short time. Mrs. nivcs. An inter ring feature of the
article while,on exhibition during W. Price. I Great EipeB.se Over a De. ot
Sackett, our agent in New York,has l figures of the E Jiih divorce court _
the Fair, but will not be responsible sold over $1,500 worth of the book! i Beptiles. indicates the at: ;es under which

for any,10aes or accidents that may It is said Wisconsin will enact a a very short time. The book i n"A the marriages it \ sin i 1W8 asked -

occur., law prohibiting the marriage of printed on velvet finished paper, few years ago," said Mr. Kepp, annul were cetebi :d. About 70 to _
beautifully bound in of Pa. to ChicagoInter per _
cardinal red Puaxsutawney: a
2. Entries must in all cases be madeon moral and physical degenerates, insane and gold and adorned with cent. arc to be cr ted to the estab- _
golden Ocean reporter, "a friend of
the cretary's books and the entry people or people with incurablediseases. roses and lilies. It is, without doubt, mine, Maj. Powell who was supers liahed church, ab, :eight per cent.

card properly attached to the the most beautiful book of this tendent of a little railroad, built at to other denomin.t';s and about 20 -;

articles or animals. century. Write for terms quickly considerable expense a fine picnic per crnt. to the r: atrv, ollees.! The
and get the management of that 1,1. t that tn..fifU "r r.1 the
3. When there is competition PROMINENT CHICAGO WOMAN the and mar-
no or ground out rocks trees
: among ,
territory. You can work on saint,) riiol.i .'- vlv d \. cl.i I:, leads
nothing of particular awarding SPEAKS. of Bradford county. lie tfiuugbt it
merit or commission and when
{you prove> to the refection tb abSEnce of ebji-
committees should in their discretion Prof Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, Vic e- your success we will promote you te would help the road to have a fine drEn from the tin tl'nds to the
the position of rustic and romantic resort, where
with-hold manager and correspondent peo-
premiums. President Illinois Woman's Alliance dissolution of tL :marriage
at a permanent! salary, to pie could go to hold picnics, and anticipated tie.
4..Entries of all products will be in There is IlO doubt at the
speaking of Chamberlain's Cough devote your time to attending to that there would be one or prt'Sl'nceof
free., Remedy says: "I suffered with a agents and the correspondence. I two excursions every week to this cool children is a sou ; of strength to -
Gambling and the sale Wanted also a state manager the matrimonial t d. because it '
or giving severe cold this winter which threatened to sylvan retreat. And it was a mighty
awa} o.f.intoxkating liquors is strictly to run into pneumonia. I trieddilferent have charge of office in leading pretty place. When it was all fixed'u P adds unspeakably tl he happiness of
city of the state and all the the married
prohibited within the Management's remedies but I seemed to business of the state..Send manage for terms. and about 300 people, the majority of> couple : :

jurisdiction.: grow worse and the medicine upset Address THE BRiTisil- tMF.RICAN ('0. them children went there to baS ve n..la'
Way e'
6. All, claims must be presented my stomach. A friend advised me Corcoran, Building, Opposite U. j their first picnic, Maj. Powell was The recent incrl"Airing' L lI..a.F.
Treasury there in all his glory to witness thetil Russia of
before Washington, D. C.
close of
otherwise they to Chamberlain's all duties
try Cough Remedy of what was to be the most; on import! goods is destined -

are void.. and I found it was pleasant to TODAY take Foley's Honey an popular resort in Bradford county.opening to pay fart Chinese expe-

7. No stock, whether entered or take and it relieved me at once. I Tar. It positively prevents pneumonia Presently somebody saw a big rattlesnake dition. Thus, says t$ Vienna Frem-

not, shall be allowed to run loose am now entirely recovered saved a or other serious results from which was' duly dispatched. denblatt, Russia defrys the expense

upon the grounds of the Associationduring doctor's bill, time and buffering andI colds. It may be too late tomorrow. :, Mr. Powell'looked at it, and not wishing of the alliance war at. of the pockets -
G. W. Price
the Fair. And all stock must will never be without this splendid druggist.! to injure the reputation of his of the allies. T cotton goods .

have good halters sylvan paradise, said: 'Yes. that is a of England and Ger 'y, the jewels -
strong so they medicine again. For sale by G. W. A seat in the New York stock e and
z'putty fair sized milk the wine of Fr 4e. the prod-
snake and
may be tied securely within the Price. will ordered _
change soon cost much
as as a it buried. acts ot \Derica, It and Austria

stock enclosure.PREMIUMS.. seat in the Senate. One sold recently "But that snake had scarcely been mljst make it po.ssi for Russia

The latest minstrel gag is to theeffect for j2,000. buried when a man came in with six to fight aide to side ith England, _

Appropriate premiums will be givenon that an onion trust u to I be more big rattlers that had just been Germany, Vance, AiKtica, Italy and
formed to smother the beef J. Odgers, of Frostburg M d., killed. Austria.
trust. And that Perhaps duties
the best of all the exhibits called writes: 1 had a very bad attack of was only the be thigh
ginning. In few will still remain uhc the latt Uu\er
a moments it
for in the following. AU kidney complaint aud tried
make exhibits are urgedto The editor of the Fordville, Ky., Kidney Cure, which gave me immediate discovered that tOe place was literallyalive ] has jialded to thk international ;
and take some of Miscellaneous, writes as a postscript relief. I was perfectly cured with rattlesnakes. Most everywhere forces. So liuoaia \\\4be a winner,

the premiums to be awarded. to a business letter: "I was cured of after taking two bottles." Take no you turned there was a big rattler anyway. Wise Mr Wi'4.

kidney trouble by taking Fole y's substitute. G. V,'. Price, druggist. and you can guess that the women .
Kidney Cure. Take eh :
Best exhibit of live stock from G. W. Price. nothing >e. -- and children weren't long in g et- YEARLY |o
farm anyone The Washington Post is of fbe tirg out of that. The fact was that __ man or npnan to look
including cow giving richest -
milk and It must be discouraging to a opinion that General Eagan should the picnic grounds were constructed after our growing b',(nrass in this
cow prosecuting
largest quantity right over a den of
show his rattlesnakes. The and
of milk. attorney who starts in to appreciation by remaining adjoining ; to act as
major spent nearly $300 in
I R.FARM AND hang a man, to see by rival hang theJ. I I silent and permitting his vocabularyto the grounds and had named 1ixiJg'up the manager and COUUt Jdent: work
GARDEN PRODUCTS. blow over. can be done at Enclose
jury. 'Paradise
I place Glen, but the peopleshunned .
largest, number _
of articles. exhibited self-addressed
it as a pestilence after that stamped nveiope for

from,.and.one faro \V. Bryan, of Lowder, III., writes Many persons have had the experience I and changed the name to '$attlesna ke particulars to H. A. ia e.mm, Gen-

CANNED. FRUITS,PBBSEBVES,PICKLES.Largest : "lit' little boy was very low with of Mr., Peter Sherman, of Gulch. ItDOES eral Manager, Core<5 1 Building,

exhibit from anjr one lady pnemonia. Unknown to the doctorwe North Stratford, N. EL, who says: opposite United Sta. Treasury,
gave him Foley's Honey and Tar. "For I suffered NOT COME WITH AGE. :
years torture from
I The result Washington, D. C.ToCureaCo'.d.
L.\i> DOMESTIC MANUFs ACTURES was magical and puzzled
the doctor it indigestion, But Kodol Dyspepsia -
; stopped Wlsaofe to Not .. ,
Always <> of al.Ae.
the racking and he Cure made a well of e in e Day
Largest cough quickly man me. .... ...
exhibit of hand work of recovered ..... e.
r It digests what you eat and ia a cerI Tear. Take Laxative Bromo I linine Table -
I all kind made by lady.
f Preachers are so scarce in MIssouri I Main I cure for dyspepsia and every AU druggist ref the money

t, EDUCATIONAL. that form of stomach trouble. It gives A medical man has discovered that if it fails to cure W Grove's

Largest, exhibit from. any'oaeBCBOOl. drove an eloping couple recently relief at Dare, even in the"worst neither in youth nor old age is a man signature is on each bo .
.'' twenty-five miles to cases, and can't help but -do likely to make the biggest fool of himself
find one. IOU remarks RECOMMENDS IT Tl l IE. .
the New
Largest exhibit Paintings. good. A. R, Wise.I York Press r-\n
Greatest exhibit of hand work, by : : ;Extreme youth usually is considered ] G. H. Hausan, Lima.! k, engineer
a boy-under 12 years FAMILY JARS not to have armed at the dignity L.- B. & W. R. K. wr) tr "f have
% '. are more often the result of indigestion General Fitzhugtt Lee* seems tj of years of discretion yet a homely been troubled a gee sal with ,

:Greatest exhibit'af hamTwork by than anything eL>e. Dyspeptics hare made the mistake of telling the proverb would have ua believe that backache. I was indue) to try Faley's -
'.a tfirl JI. Lyears'i; usually irritable, nervous, crapndividuals ky trutli as to Cuba. He is being roundly -there tit no fool like an old fooL" Kidney Cure, and i bottle enIy j
s.c who make trouble for all criticised for This medical observer has tirely relieved me. I' recom-
v t CCiUOS.Largest .. those around saying in a speech a broachedthe mend it to J
them. Dr. Loyal>'ord'.. : any onedaily my
exhibit.of colonial :yeti cs. Dyspepticide makes the stomach few days agothat the flag is inCuba theory that there u an "aberrationperiod friends among the tea; n who are 4\

.' Largest** exhibit,. Confederate right and restores health and happiness to stay. The administration 13 of middle life," between the usually similarly afilic)

States, war relics.. in the household. pot ready for this sort of talk just ''ages of 47 aqd 62. "If," he says, "a
careful examination be made of the --- -
Largest exhibit.of relics .and curios yet; it wants to
of-all kinds. Mr. Bryan's disappointments and get the'Philippineproblem preventable disasters of the last 30 iON.es

.* .'.. v defeats have probably inured him to off its hands first. years and of the ages of those who H. A. \ .

SPICIAL: PREMIUMS. .5- .were held responsible by the verdict
an editorial ,
,. handsomest! decorated carriage 'in .I -;---- of mankind for such lamentable last

-flqw'erparade.. -- :J. D. CALLAWAY, there will be found a strange eoi act- a T

: ,Handsomest float in trades parade. dence in the range of their ages."

BROKER Here M an interesting and
Handsomest decorated praetic-
I REAL' ESTATE AND I ally: inexhaustible field for
-"'- investigation.
flower parades.i OD'S INSURANCE ''-
AGENT +! Politicians who are "ag'ia the
esL.display i of accoutrement in O Lakes City Pia. "government" may trace the blundersof j.

Confederate. Veterans parade. i I an administration to the sinister
Woit .4I. ILLS I -- influence of .
graceful girl rider under 15 some boss who was pair

in(trades-parade. A Bona-Fide Salary. I ing through the fatal period at the ;'

.$est_ appearing class or division inlet Rome the tor | pfd= liver, and cure "''time, and "regrettable incidents" of .5.---- -
biltooaneBg, tick I headache ,Jaundice $12 Weekly. all kinds, in war or 'peace, may

--.- utuiet taaiguf boo, eta They an Men and women to appoint agents nd traced to their true origin. In ti 1!
-1u.W. : valuable to prevent f cold or break op Afever. represent us. some to travel veers| no doubt we shall appreciate the i ben lIND E fJ.! KEf{
fhoald .Mild tor local work *1J: weekly salary and -
f HE BEST be your 'alia ,gentle ccftaia,they an worthy expense Old established Du"e. cessity of requiring all public men
\"LeD buyingc medicine your oonHdence."PJrelr vegetable; they '' pleasant permanent puhitlons, rapid : entering the fatal period to take a La3eCity
s Hood's"S iapirill1L' and' Dave'tho can be taken by child-en or delicate women> ad\ifccement WrHtttroiice.and Increase ul Wig!:!!. five years' holiday and to resume _

,['..udichie MONEY CAN BUY. .of frice.ific.C.4;iKea Ii>!r3 all Eb medtdne, Lotteu dealers,llh1 or.by mail ,** BUTL Address' K & ALGEE, i work only when they have passed the ColLas and Caskets 3 ) and
d7 Dept E '
: NswHAViiJf.COSS. -aft of aberration. __ Prices. Orders PromU lllrtL


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have noticed, however," she said I those near. In these days explosion j .-, '-I:

other day, "that when I get bead j often means the loss hundreds of ..
f fd I am able to get rid of them', lives and ,the wrecking of the mine. >>- '.-*..
. simply concentrating my mind OB f o that though many collieries: are still -i
that' I have no head- worked by naked lights, either candles
Ft r .
or small.oil. lamps, the number is becoming _.
..' course I don't believe that I could : less the pressure "
ii every year
:1 myself a new arm should I'have 4: of mining inspectors being constantly* !
,'p. \ I cut off by a Broadway car, nor do |I directed to the adoption of safety -,

isc' that my mind would be strong i lamps f 'f
: I to equip me with a new lung: But the,ordinary oil-burning safety'lamp "
J & I fall a'victim, to the ravages r but and it 3 -
: gives a poor light ;0
:r opsumpti n. I do not go to those JI must not be used in any position much .:,
; ; But I do say that we are too out of the vertical or it goes out and, The Hind You Have Always Bought, and which has been .
t to drug ourselves and that the f moreover, it'is" not a safety '
; perfeet In use for 30
yean, has borne the signature of -
, "ia Jo such supreme control that f lamp in the proper sense of the term, >t -
,ordinary ills of life can be cured r inasmuch as any one of the numerous 7 and has been made under hap .
thought concentration.. I t forms will become red-hot and explode sonal supervision since Ita infenqhAHowno ',of
" is not a new belief with me," |I if it is exposed to sufficiency power- C one to deceive you in tnlg. :.
Miss Russell. "I hue had i,; ful current of an explosive gaseous All Counterfeits; Imitations and "Jost-as-good"are but' '
trouble as any woman, but I ,mixture for a sufficient time. Hence 'Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of ,
44 ..) found,,all through DIY life that I I great efforts have been made to develop Infanta and Experience .
. against EiperimecV.
tor persistently concentrating my mind ,. portable electric lamp, which shall .
too the bright side' of a dark situation take the place* of the present safety i
Don't every cloud has itadlver lining, I'I lamp at the face of the -coal and in What is CASTORIA -

'; take know I ,hate been able to live i j.those parts of the mine it is not :,
placidly., If women conH only considered safe to use tamps from the
Castorla '
is harmless -
life substitute for Castor
4 Oil Fare
a i I ,
to the realization of the! ordinary electric service. >
hand gone Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
I. ; of the mind we would have more :
1" ; and 'happy members of 'our' contains neither-Opium. Morphine nor'other Narcotta "
; ,
I t..v I i I ,' ,, substance lu ag. is its'guarantee. It destroys Worm

r' & Russell ia not the OGII.d.oaate.i'' Her U _'Easy B.l. kr Millais They and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind I
the faith cure in the' profession'' Colic. It; relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation "
lP N....:Jtmf Be Fros>*ue 4 i
actresses go t. greater lengths .- C.. uU,.. and Flatulency. It asnimilateH the Food, reguateIth8 ,, '
...:" fotns.' Out it is new at this i If a few simple rules are observed The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. !
that this beautiful '
.J woman/wkh ,
Chinese words are not difficult to I

,\ '- t. !alII.that".. rYspoial.female. should heart eoiflil come I;I nounce. A always about as a in far pro; ': GENUINE CASTOR I ALWAYS i
'h. the e always approximately as e in they; .-
theory of the
{ I,1 It i very like i in the machine or pin, t
'onc of the mind over matter j r and it always as then of rule Every'syllable Dears the Signature of ':
has anTliufepcndeot'value J'i ifchouKI ,
t"\, one In 1 and
be given that value.Jn pronunciation ,
... : 'down 'FURNISHffG NOTES. .1 As for'consonants, they ;' '

-;.- or are pronounced exactly aa Written:'} ; h"- .}
the tad Tattefal Adj. eu IV'.*' These three rules will secure as correct -; ; ., ,

.4- 'short Cuaisletia n j f a u..e- ", a pronunciation of Ihinese names j
A 2S as can be secured without oral iafcfruction I.
i' a 1 I says the Chicago Chronicle rtFor The Kind You Have '
size is prairW gik8! mattings' are'! example, under the first rule, Always Bought -
.',. that .II'' d* gt4ful;; tkty come la kof|, cue uoctd say tah.Loo for Taku, not ,
\ red., brik'ti aaluurn.,'the natu. kc-j-ou, as one.moy frequently heart I II In Use For Over 30 Years. .
_..,.. lilt Ito. of the long wiry ruffle grata the word pronounced; leehoong1chahng'for !
"A ttua TMI ... __
I dens.
n ruse..hccf ve.a.Irv.
.Ttu* w of the w'8M, *bleb are BOW Li Hung Clang not lie-t
";- :'sine cured* w ;; : >tug aotIreN ofjhwwaw K> the I bung-Chang; peh-king! for I'eking, not
Biedicip : ,*. Formerly tINe greases were "- }Jet'k-In;' shahng'hab-ee for,Shanghai | 1
,.. mtnA : to be an wntti ated evil, net shacg-high tIiOODg-; ? 'JahnfD for I ,
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r ', Jan.U, LadlA World. | tsung-li-yamen. not tsiniglic vanicn, -
i''.. '. Wme : ? gm s matti I*much heavier I and so on. Uuder the second 'rule ..

b Yw. the Chinese asj Japanese prod,, Tientsin in proI ounl.'fd* Ue\entsinn I _MRS. L. T; FUNK_
=-. *, aDd much male durable; they accenting the.jen syllable, not tren
.! 'Jt haw the same oan and fragrant tsin. Yunoau-fu U joo-nahn-foo, not has received a most
that makes them ao acceptable 1 ynan-fyu. In like manor all words I beautiful and attractive display of FALL *
' I floor coveringS. !ralrle grass mat are pronounced with sIile ilistiuctncss r and Winter Millinery-:: must be seen to be
t'. I Is full yard Kid imd coifs 40 cents! anti with uniform ronci appreciated. She has all the newest styles
,18.rd *] sound. Vinter the thud ruse t!-e proj ?- |. and shapes of Ladies', Misses' and Ohildreh's I
j Ince' nitae Szechnau is srnnird Hats, Bonnets and Trimmings, together
>ver were there sewn more beautt-|
f :,' r rekuan, but with a full hue of Novelties in
; rh choo
f lamps than igt K>W made. Espe' nearly as : -ahn,
notable are t piano tamps of touching the choo very :lipbtly; Uaul ,
': A Parted* wrought if o od copper in ear-I 1 tong peninsula Is. 1.llootoO". I Notions Ribbons Flows' FeatHers & Etc.
; .r/.. i finish. The i tique copper and ,
'.' : i copper at' ibo bee ntffully -I If. II High-class MoJestes, create from these materials the
I I ; Now finish, royal peer U not new, YiIIri/tla'QninLtlnt ltlQr.IttTrWk IW.IIt "J : fail to please the taste of the most fastidious dis-
; : plunged y"I it U eter beau W add baa never criminators of high-class Millinery. A share of the
FtV ". Humbert e oimonlud.'rrI i Three Papers Week f trade of the ladies of Lake City and surrounding j
. country is respectfully solicited.
attractive IX litres in preen and i D f.
t i scribed by dull crimson, }&h.nL't. seine
pat I
In hare ben-svlag for three dol| T. FUNK.DUIE'S .
" '_ for our each; the yre as large U'| PRICE OF ONE. t I
mesh j
for ton
of a :! and the curtain 1 This and the Atlanta --
paper |
i such as is ;
finished top andaottonvby hand- 1
TwkWeek for
S Journal
, tassels. |
j 1 j SAW MILL.
'I. for a style in ajart of crosa-'! i :;
J 1$1.501
only three open stork jltk-rn comes ini/ ii'
'. nephew or reds and deep bilet, and has up-; Four Miles West of Lake: City. '
I" mourning and lower finish tfaasterk. The'' ott get' the news of |
three to Is cotton, a ::rot soft cord the world ami all your local First-class Yellow Fine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part
tfv according :t "the colors are cUlhtf to be last; n'eiil'hil| it isfroah, paying I: of the City on short notice. Address

r royal a black | )" drape." very grac&fflj; and need}) very little 'ruore than one F ,S. P. BUIE, LAKE CITY, FLA.
<< ;Hng
white j It ; paper costs. Either paper is i'well
: handsome top borai for a plain'.
> worth $1.00 but byspe- -
:f pearls, -- --
1 .; i that Is, a eurfjfc:lthout fig-1! eial arrangement we axe enabled F
ver -
be made : !
may byMing a strips
'if", London to pat in both of thorn,
figured f
burlap having a
court dre I figure .withhold tkn, 2 outlining and then1( S giving three, papers a week | ln e ffitj| Bottling
I' buckles. it with colorajpanglea. for this low price. You can- |

At the Jv. J I i not equal this anywhere else, *

generally Ing to PREVENT XIIOSIONS.I and this combination is the | t t t dompani]
| best premium for those who |
mourned .. Electric Lawtt B. Is.trud.eed i and
the ladies I want a great paper a f
Im MUUB str.lt.aa r { f
these andy .. MRS --DEALEU IX-
with t. 8.c e .4 Presest. Mo*.. \\'Urkeap i
and up with the | :

U before miners in oglaJ\lm that. times. | Cool Drinks, Fruits Vegetables -
mourning. can always detect the,yaence of Besides general news, the j
) royal more quickly in the }werktoff'r Twieo-a-Week Journal has |
Used to the .' with a candle thaivt the or- much agricultural matter | Tobaccos Cigars
lIed while safety lamp, and ti-ttbe.y can t j and other articles of speciAl f'
t sword is 'a clear it off it) a fewer ntes by> *
farmers. It has
: .interest to |
In Nuts Raisins
I it with their coats,' rM Apples
1- regular contributions by Sam |
mourning on the ground .while
Europe :of harm's way, the gad;eating J tles,. Mrs. \\'. II. Itelton :
ll a'4 And Fine Candies.
.-' ,'the roof. But mines i rl dif- John Temple Graves lIon. II j
LILLIAN o' cow'from what they In the 0..H. Jordan and other dis- | ;
old collier's days. 1 OIlons tiaguished writers. f MANUFACTURERS AXD BOTTLEKS OF. .

..*..... hose days, wfce they did t I Call at this office and leave your E r*SodaVuter, Sarsaparillu, StrawterrsGinger- Ae
, tUa only local and did little 1"'m be.t auba-iptlons for both pacers. You F ,
Seltzer Cider. Etc.
1, burning_ the clothes sad ,of I can here on sample application.copy of either paper |

After f Geo. J. Davis, Manager. t
r, the a. !d!! .!fsttat A3t,..i P 1lV '

nounced -

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I y la Eddy their, of I I

the I The 1
over the C e I Otfers to both vexes a good education -
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come along the lines of
f' hoping for fit. t Florida'Agricultural' I
Digests what
: in order -k i Modern ThOUght acd flctlilia.
the food U 4
artificially digests aIds!
ors a telrt.f In stxenethenlng a&du n. TH Scientific. Literary Military and
the the eihausUd dig ONORRHOEA Industrial Departments. Most
UUil It lathe latest dlscotere or-tr- '' GLEETCURE College. complete outfit of apparatus. Expenses
''A' her and tonic. Ho other pre lion reduced t., a minimum.
approach It In efflcleucy 10- I Snort-hand, Telegraphy Bookkeeping ,
relieves and permanell res SAFE : taucht l'KEB.I

:i. Indigestion, n D, \ I.fa..c CURE ra YOURSELF C.n'.via.s I Send for a New Catalogue to

> many aa Sour Stomach, ea. t.00.r oewern.Ga f1 \V, 1*. Yf"vCIM, Pre *.
? stuffy Headache,Oastralgta.Cra end r cm.. I. .
a single 1 other results of imperfect dl! -- Luke City 1'1 -
there is a ,ud It. Iar e.laeeottatns: -
her 11Io. HookWanuatdyapepaistn ne;
ey Co Co DlWITTea to.C I It i bm wr R4.PI" it R btIR-N'35fir '
aches and o. For sale by Ge rge W: Price i.

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JENNINGS There will be publicJectnres
[ t Don't forget to make your arrangements Beginning with the. new year and evening e
Cf.ned.week, at
E.L. DODO, 4'EDITOR iSD' FBOPEIETOB.. : to be present at the great the new century Wt J. $ryan'hascompleted On January 8, 1001,-Governor-elect olic'church, at 7:30, as follows AAujp.' :,
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S..DiIZD;!iSll&uncliter< : StreetPair'a'nd Carnival which' will arranjemKnts 'for the W. S. Jennings will be .inaugurated

'Official Ne ape *tt' >l>jmbta County and' be held in this city Jan. :21.22 and :23'. publication of his paper, tile Commoner Governor of Florida at Tallahassee.The. SUJTOAT. .
.... ....,. theTo npt ,akqttyv.KlorPublished da.. '
:; ; To'all the.."people of. Columbia! and- ,and the first issue, is scheduled. following official program has Necessity of Divine Faith..-'nyfu
;. > OIi\.U\ --$every outp'ot ffrio'ay Courthouse if ke'Cll'y.S9uare.t' .Fta. surrounding counties':) the- citizens ef -appea'r this; .week. -' .' "" been arranged: The oath ,of office ont" faith it : is' impaiiblc .to Dec
Lake City extend, a cordial; and. ':Relative to his new venture -he i will be administered. by Mr.:Chief j God.;"-Hebrew,? it I. 6. ..;,""'
AayutiaingBgtrarajshedttpoadpphcatEntered x
hearty. welcome.- I gave"out the folfowfng'interview : Justice Taylor of the Florida Su- .,.MONDAYIs .
,: in Late eity"postofflce'ai. second ,The great number of entertaining, "I have for severafiearS had In ontlte east -
contemjilatioo. preirie Court,.at noon, Church
': .Rlib,1II4tt! r. One_ Good as Another !
instructive amusing features the establiahmeat'of capitoL Thereat ?
: a portico of the ,, ;, '.'Be all of'
ye mind.-I
Subscription $t.oo Per Year. that haye been arranged: for the 'occasion weekly newspaper and. this seems anppportunetime seal of the state will then..be delivered iii 8. Pe '

cannot fail lo for -' .. :
-- please every : andertakin; it. by Governor Blnihani'to. Lsuccessor.

Does it fe f more:"advanced to be a oneThere Intending ta,devote my life to!' the Appropriate 'ITma TUESDAY. S;:

twentieth century'* pef son' .than:.a will be a free ,.AgriculturalNair study and discussion of. public questions : will be made by the outgoing and Incoming The Church and the ible.-"'\ .: -
.. nineteenth? ** '" "* '*" consisting of exhibits.made by ; .. "I have chosen this method : executives. After this Sj I Church of the)living. God, the ]pil "
M ..- .. .. the farmers, .ladies and mechanics, because it will' beat I and ground the "
to truth.
:. The a'dvtnt'of the twentieth century accomplish the l new Governor,will be escorted I -I: Tint a
,j was-Sttingiy-celebrates-in llthe' and premiums will be given. Duroose which l' have ia view executive offices, where. Cadets will othy, iii, 15. '_ _

o There win be free balloon' a cen- Through such a.paper' I shall'be able be informally received by Governor WEDNESDAY.

jarge clties.of the. country. ,.,.; A. ions, and a- man ,jumping from the to keep in touch .with social, economic Jennings and others.' At.3 .dock,
balloon after it has reached. several ms\Th the same evening there p W be an Infallibility of,the Pope- "re. l'-
: pOlfti a'l.pr bl '
The battleships'Kearsarga' : ( the Leon 1aml ."
and inaugural reception at -John L
my <<
; ? x< 3;:
... Massachusetts arej ; f Pensacola- hundred feet in height. There will paper will at the same ,time, 'if successful Hotel, when Governor and Mrs. ,

The'officlaiyand.cittiens; are giving be, Educated Horses :that read, proyide"ai' income'sufficient Jennings will receive; assisted by the TBU89DAY.The ,
3j write and Wild Animals .. -- former- Governors. and their wives, Confession of -I
-; \ w 1'Ul..Yel slypstand their spell, for my pecuniary''needs, and 'thfs Sins
.*> o.'Ft.t9.Ahe ', .Trained.Ddgay, .Mottkys, ,Ponies kind of work Witt" allow "me'more and the present and former United sins you shall forgive, 'they. *
'. 'ofGcerq. and ff. .w$. .' ,.. f';, .... \iild1 West -ShoCs,Magiciansi, Fortune time with:'my family:than I''have States of Senators the Supreme, Congress Conrtand CP other JUstices given."-.... .zi,23.. .are... "*-7.'" t
able to .
I Ignatius Uontiell;'who for 'thfrty-! tellers'from the Old World.and past.I,, expect enj"j".for:to 'lecture several occasion years state officers'and their; tfres. The .. ;
: ; ,
fire years has beea'piiotitinent'in na everything to: amuse.and interestbut ally, especially .in college towns Inauguration and 'inaug ral, reCep-" 3. / a

tional politics 'anlT ta .literature, positively there will be nothing where I can speak to students'butmy tion will be public., No special invlUtions Real Presence.-"This "..JAT'

died at immoral principal wont will be done with will be issued ffTito oody/-Mattheir i;25.
MinneapoUs'finn., Tuesday nothing that a lady will object ,' : xxv ; f
)n the seventieth year bf. his age." "', to see. There will be no gambl the with pen the, or perhaps I should say, .
: pencil. The paper' will be QUESTION BOX.
,- ing
We hate rcfubbjnf rate of$ftcenta, fortune,' 'n thiDg to, corrupt the the principles set forth in' the Kansas All questions bearing oa Catbolvc :

with the Commoner.; "Mr, "Bryati'new s. young. Everything to please ,andtnrglt City platform. The first issue principles, teachings and, practice

paper; that Li, you1.can; get the 1 I o' r. ,It is. more interesting editor will appear and in January. I shall be signature li on every hex of the genuine' placed In the question box: ,at the 1

ClTiZEN-REPORTCsaml the Commoner than circus publisher"L. Laxative Bromo=Qciaine Tablet, main door will be answered as. soot.t
.. any thAt has! ever visited '.'. _. .
for.i1.80'per" -aimonr-. -. cash' : in. :" "d.: the South or any fair firer; held ,-"' j B.-WOMBWELL-- --- DEAD. UIe remedy thai e rt* 8 tW** ta .oe. Kr as possible in a kjndly spirit.laaasrjKeraEK }

vhnce.- ; "*"/" : -.' &, Recollect there is no charge-, goin .; -,

l J .The British,are beginnlig-to- eo._: the exhibition.grounds'.;. Come A few days ago Hon. L. B. Womb- .,. (i' .. ;> .

Fitler,the Boer invasion'of Ca ie (:01t well, Commissioner Agriculturefor
t Florida who had been HIre.FIre.! Fire?!
t--. ony no laughjn iuaf tec.F :The.lir; F in a low <

army the(:tevejjat} present In;the" r .. II st.ate"Gf health for a long time, left It comes like a thtf.Sotn day and nigbt. and steals away your home! 'or insists* '
-' left the Yon cannot a/trd to run lie rink without: Insurance
field is insufficient & capital ,to visit a friend, Protection. Repre
to cope with conditiona The mail who killed Baron' ; sent the Lest Insurance Companies and will late pleasure ill
and'fireyarecsilingforrein: Ketteler Colonel, John W. Trammell, superintendent Tn- property. Prompt adjustment and Payment i
:. .t the German minister to of the, of *\<;<'11 guaranteed. I make no chare toe WtU- ,
forc. Hospital at
m(n is. China in IB policy as usually charged by other agents.
June last
was beheaded
... -. ': .: in Chattabopchee, and at 9 o'clock on Office 105 Heruado St., aear Clue '
The''I"t'eiK feih"Cefltury.- New 1 Monday the: presence' .of. .a large the morning Dec. 29tb>'Governor T. R.. HODGES4: .- ya

Year edition of the Times-Union & I number of spectators.A Bio j ham received "a telegram stat! PHONE_ NO. 34.. ew

Citizen meeting of the foreign ministers ing that he passed away at 11 m1 I' ... JiRl<:K"4t.
was neo the best .
examples o'clock the .
will be hell ] night, previous, aged .

of Uterarytntltypographica1 excellence -I on ; and it is generally fly-one years. __ 1-

we have,ever seeu displayed in 'l agreed that the Chinese negotiations Colonel Wombwell was born acid '

a Florida'-newspaper.- paper I will.be settled promptly and ihatall'th'e ,i reared in Jackson. county. He entered Too the' of Lake City and Vicinity -f

will be read and J I( demands of the powers will bejimmediately i public life January, 1877, as FaF'
appreciated by 1 a clerk in Ihe -office;"of Hon.' W. D. are desirous of -
complied with. "
:>...... Floridians. 'MI1'1Hon. Rloxhatn., then seerptarr of state. ..
.. Mr. Wombwell was afterwards .
; '\ \Vm. Jennings Bryan will not I I The Australian Federation, which I vate secretary to the governor and :

r', I be able to attend the inauguration ,j has been so long talked of, became I for several years, was the. efficient Cold 'St ; secretary of the state
Ian Democratic
t of ,his cou io,.:;.psi.'rgor-elect Jen accomplished. factTueyJayuhen O.
--L ; :, the Earl of executive committee He ,was also iMR. A. MANN
flings which is I Hcipetoun t+as sworn in as ._ '
event to occur at Tallahassee [ a lawyer. ', .. ;
on the 8th January' ahd the/firstvgovernor ofthe federated In 1888, 'Colonel, Wombwell was Wishes to announce at he is increasing the capacity the Ice Factory '.;
(colonies_ While the of elected commissioner and cutting Into old Storage rooms that he
.Col. Bryaa'a: inability to attend' silt ;people Australia agriculture, so will soon be ready ':,--
be regretted lall are at present loyal to Great and held the office By? re-election. at recd HAMS, SHOULDERS and SIDES for Cold. .
by Democrats
of the time of
his death. Storage at reasonable
e rates.
Florida and' i Britain, it cannot be doubted but Colonel .. dT9mP
especially those who will that this is Wombwell was an efficient
a toward
attend the inaugural ceremonies., 'nationality. In 18x0 the separate officer and a*valuable man in the

= colonies had a population Australian of about service friends of the state. He! had ,many '1. BECKScoAr .

The prodigious ,growth of the ''equal to that.of the American colonies as in Tallahassee throughout the state, as well '
United States _' _when they threw off who. will. regret to >
during the past century allegiance learn of his death. ACTOR m.9 BUILDER.
is best. shown by. comparison *I ent to the time mother country. At the '[r Mrs. Wombwell and son were in _

with the growth of other :countries. people. they probably have. pres.j'j[I Richmond. -Va., when the-sad death 0

A calculation b>an authority, shows J occurred. .,.LAKE CITY FLORIDA...

.that the increase in population in I I '. -,--- -.." -- A PLEASURE
this "
country the hundred years 'lit -
has been 1,1.0 per cent. The increases I' UCtEFQRE. *5i SENDING AWAY FOR THIS KIND Of WORK.ft .

of. the principal countries of '

Europe are as follows Russia, 174 .
# percent.; United ,Kingdom, 139: -per&t4Gerinany A .

: 145 per cent., and

In an address before the:Student*' -

..Lecture association of Michigan university : SAND PROGRESS.'J ; -

,. Ex-President flarrison t. I EL-
reiterates I' I
1- '
leis original conviction ,vigorously onward with
that fr kigt class goody our low. prices. and -

the,Porto Rican tariff_ m'poiCd by the:, I.-J 1 "rt
American HAVE PERSEVERED in oar untiring effords to tattle
congress "a against
,departure influences
... : of unscrupulous dealers. <
We don ...
from make it: if we did we would prob .. -
right principles, holding that ably. be sorely tempted to give'you natur WI HAVE PROGRESSED
'I "the civilized ,inhabitants of. the al' ice about seven days In the week for .;: ans of distinctively legitimate and won oar way to the front by
i -quite a bpcll. While dealings calculated to
-, (insular) territories are citizens of .. ware bandy It list wont for hurt however anticipating to give a you.cool a -ttjtuUest measure confidence, inspire 0
quick reference.
the United States.and that the gate GOODS DtiLT. CHOICE FABCT and Hurr Gaoca
reve- j .;: t s. Dar
,601.1)3 and NOTIOSS. }''QII:SHOES and V
Rue provisions of the constitution ref -, ALL IN ttttipa. All order promptly Oiled TAILOB Free deUvery.MADE IXOIHH.G: spe-
hating to taxation for federal purposes : Need of new Chow Slippers,or footwear of T -
apply,lit said territories.! I I any kind and who are nut In d. i' ROGERS i BROS.t

t FAVOR OR' Si4 N Marlon St.
In every.county _in the state oft ; Phone No. 9. ,

-A. Ohio there-is; an agricultural.society, i, quality Paying; high style or prices lit,should for goods, get of inferior . . g. . .. . .

formed foc'the purpose of"holJing .
a [ -
county fair Any citizen of. the i, NOTION ,

county purcha-in-; season ticket to i I Oa tor themselves a purchase which at our will store bring u always them money here; nt rP : : : : : :g; : OO : : : : '

the fair,is a member of the society. ; saved Let everybodySAY .

The.county society selects delegates ,

to the state association and the state :, "AYE"W ig
association ben asked to come bere, as we RedlictiQnl. ;
jt elects the board of agriculture -I guarantee the bt."t shoe values on

,J which'manage* the'agrkul'\I" the market for the*least raitey '

tural affairs of the state, including DRY GOODS, CLOTHING kiN CLOTHING. .j% .
the tttate airland also chooses-the' .-
secretary or commissioner of agricul-

ture; i ii HOSIERY SHIRTS, NOTIONS,. j 2Srper'cent, ,Off -, ".. m'Tn : .
{i } / .
The 11
pgxt session of the r-
state legitlaturepromises ffI\ <
I 1
r CLOAKS Stock ef
y AND JACKETS J"YE Clothing: We are fl.
to be I "
of -I
one much '
interest, regards the election of: i I' I L g ,IEntire clothing Stock business of 'Dry to Goods make It.. m

Speaker.of.the House and President _I .1 -p,. of General.Merchandise, in L.- .I a...

of the.' Senate. There are already' 1 g. We must have more -j m
i rood write to dispose of
eeveral.candidates our entire .
named for the i Clothing.by JANUARY IST It is iJI:)'
Speakcrship: among them being flary to throw bout some inducement i
,J. W. WatsoD of Osceola, W. II.Hon'l'[ I Sttl Q!Ofter to close out such an Immense V1

wadski of Marion, and Hon. J. Emmett i! \ CAN SUIT YOU of Clothing ** '*'8 haT;within the h.
; days.
Dell ,HOYS', MEN'S
,\ 'olf of Kacambia. Others arc ;, SUITS, and OVERCOATS.and Cant fl
also mentioned as probable dar -* and- lect your Winter Suim. bargain. i.iI:' ,
horses In the race. Those mentioned J. E INMAN & COMPANY 1 -: m
X10 '
for thl'
Senatorial presidency are 5 PER CENT OFF. @

Icon.(S '\._Car-.otr of Osceola and ,. 1 'Qf"Y

Honi Thus: N. 'Palmer of Hillsboro.I PHONE NO. 4. NEAR: :DEPOT_ *

Both of these men have won considerable r

favor.as paliticians. and this L -'Plymptonco.
# T L
r:'promises to be of much1eterest. II L ;:,10 : .. :: IQ .

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focal News Notes.ATTENTION .' Rellable'Waicnes; at alow price., '\We note with jle.3 sure. the estab- Olyapift Open Campoy. I I 2eTH CENTURY DONT'U.. T. :::

ParneH 4'Powell i. -.. i -< Ishment of,a manual_training school: Ben Lodge, 'the 'king of comic, **

Call up 29 when 'need of'wood: at St Petersburg, which to.be conducted era 'comedians, plays the, part' You should sweat off- sober ,upitonce :::
front debauch halhici
I in connection'with the public "Nocke ''Said Pacha your Jftf ;
iji ,
Orders promptly filled.. Inmaa."Jt,Co ) ''sad
that' ;but ire must nationthat'"your; '
school at place appears at'the opera house for
WANTED.-A purchaser to ,Mr. G.,A. Powers and Miss Martha tour
/ bbuYmrentre'ltockof + 'aanuC1f were not aa. little *urrised night, Monday, January 14th. .
mlllineryl.'tSgetherwith Bryan Were united in the holy,bonds > wheat!we read that several of Catchy music sparkling ag&-don' dream It any Ion&er- F
of matrlmRJi Deji. 31st, In ,this dry, : don! butter'yourbread from tlie' s
will ,I am out the most prominent educator. of aid girls hand omely
good goingh pretty '
my Ivea '
udge'W.rM. officiating: The dairies eats 4
of business and will give i bargain.- CrriZES-RtPOSTKB extends Florida;; who spoke ,on the;,,occasion tumed, have made the Olympia 1:
congratulations. hailed as the first 011of cans from Baltlabre ;
fits opening: 'it the ;;
era Company a favorite
,iU285Mas. THEO. manual training school,'ever inaugurated this season. don't turn' up- your i nose, at. eggs j

Miss Olivia an attractlveandaccomplbned'young.ladyof We would: front Columbia MadUon Learn '
vey in .the state re- : ,
White pectfiijlydraw: their attention to < -don't walkaway and ar uad.the' J
.Ben and Arthur C.
t,Have your wheel repaired by Par- Springs, who has been visiting in the this error.and remind them of the who are Lodge''wjth the Olympia spring 'chkke 'andhe' Christmas .4

pell & Powell. city, guest of the'Misses Turner and fact that -the manual., training de-: which at the turkey lll Orange,. .or Volula, or '/
May clocks for sale at ti90.. Pat- Miss Cassfe*'Fliut; returned'' home partnent of the Florida Agricultural era house on Saturday appears,January, Marian, or Alack: '- doa't spend >. }

:nell & PoweU. Thursday' ;e College >f this city-than which are favorites with the patr your money by;the' unhealthy light |

*-. Fresh nuts of all kinds at Lake City ,Capt. A.Yi'Hamp'ton; ; and 'family there. is no better in; the South' -was, of New great York.Vaudeville houses, :, of the i>iaaginaUon that you are hav -'

Bottling Co's store. returned Monday night, from Tampa the first school of this- 'natuie eft-'j lag f us by going out; of Florida for .'

Miss Birdie Vinzant visited., friends- where :they .lped., ieral days of Ubltshe4.in.the tate'"We-w::. .tc me. "j Bait the SumDeFi" taking"-enough cash ffrom ,

.la Madison this week. last ;'ee'kj, taking .In.-the Teachers' : with delight he.. nnoal n at_ St. : Nondescript, us each year to build three cot- -

'Mr.-George J. Davis made a business Association! 'and, visiting friends and. Petersburg and hope to see the pattern -: The (ante 'given at the C., L. ,ton fac.torle-r: -

trip to Gainesville Friday. relatives. copied in every city;' town,;vilage'and Armory Monday night, by theNc; ctnturi>yjf ajking_ backward,eitherto ,<

',Co..wlll"treat It's whiskey' hamlet; but we 'are''a little descript. Club was ,ORe oCt e.mO church.; the..mirket-don't'.
The Lake City Bottling a gentleman's a pure 7
right If you want fruit delicious beverage and a grand aPRr'tiler. Jealous of our!laurels. and don't like rllliant' .social functions' >. of' kill tbe'man'wbo, l") :against Flan of ,
Don't forget .the name; tasee'tbefa'igngredso: piotninentlyTWhets season. .The. ball 'was .to have < Ida, jvk !thrMb' blnidon'sijaBe.. r "' 1
? .
vMr. J. B. Johnson, of Live Oak, ", currtd= ; '
-' W. H1SPEB" whlske The kind bot owing yourselfefore thi_e rW by aot ha'v-
was in town Tuesday on business: i' your grandfather ., "Sold by :H. : you :need"a' .soothing'and the Inclemency- the ... lug as u; eat state pride lust don't ?

{j Wood furnlshed-any ''Jength, oak Duncan, Lake City Fla. -i tealln 1{ aVtUeptic appll .tlon'.'for postponed 'to Monday\night; TII do these Zbings,2; not.'.'of Florida,for <

:prone! at Inman & Co's.. phone 28.' .The college boys'welcomed. 'ad- any''pur pose,use jhe original" DeWitV tir preparations throughout evinced i Florida, and by Florida. JJlit'.don't,. ._ ".

'* ,If you want, tobacco 'or cigars go* rent of the new' year and.the .new jWUchHaiel .SalveV a: well admirable te and,good:ludfm -TImet-TJ'nIonanJ'CiUsenc'. "
to the Lake City Bottling Co's store; century Monday night the known cure ,for" piles :and skin diseases of' the, clubmen and the ,1 ..4-.. '

ThelAke City Bottling C '.Store booming of cannon and nearly: all,of, .* 'It healer sores .without kaiv couple present pronounced the CV Don't use auf\ 0':theS4ouetirfelts -"'!

has the largest' One of,candies in our citizens, whether they wished to lug a IICU' 'Beware of .counterfeits.A. Ding one of the most enjoyable : of, De"WIU'i'Wl, l& fHaiel ,8alve. '.

.the'cltJ.; or'not; saw the old year ouf. and' the. ;It. ,Wise' .._'...r---- had ever spent. / Most of,them arewoithle&s, or liable, :.:
j r
new year In. '. The' young people 'wtre"chap' to cause'rlnjtfryT e original De-
Mr. A. M. Means, of Mlkesvllle, MrJ. W. Spurring Jr and Miss Opera House. oned by Mcsdames B. H. Palmer,' WltP Witch Haiei':;
several 'In town the first ,- .. Salve. Ua, _cer-. .
day - '
spent r the famous;piymphi Opera Company H. Cox and J" Podamer.
Maude /Mcllvanet .werieY marjied tain cure otpsjeamacui, :
iOf the. week.i, V" -' Wednesday Dec.atahe. home:of will appear for'one, night only, 'The music which was, Kal3r; burns sots ail skin dlseases. -, .- ;:

Miss.. Odom ''ipent the .Christmas, the',briae,' at 1 stelle,..tbls county; Monday January 14th, ,in Stahl's by the Eake City Orchestrawas ).: p.:Wts t ,
holidays: with relatives and friendsIn ifckel mclaUng.-' two-act comic opera, "Said Pasha." cellenU ; : ..:
lte,: Eugene P.; .. ,.. .:
Leesburg. The company includes the following At 1..... - hour
The: CniZEN-tREPOBTES extends.con an appropriate." an The Valdosta Times says that twa q "-4

Charlie Helvenston' spent 'Sundayin gratulations.. well-known 'p opte: Miss, --Lottie' collation was served, consisting : hundred dressed turkeys.were sold U ,.*

the city, guest of his brother, .H. Among those of this city who contemplate Kendall, Prima-Donna-,- late of, the ham sandwiches. pickles; ocaai : the VaWosta. markets Christmas, ..:!
Bostonians; 'Miss Theresa rker bullion and crackers
Behen ton. mato ,
JI. '
attending thejnaugural at .hicti.wer.ta.Wped.Ir Ohio, and.
Mrs. John Finlayson, nee Miss and Mies Adele, Ferguson ;'of;:Castle which dancing was indulged Ii _'
: Tallahassee are: Maj and Mrs. N. the; thousands of dozens of eggs "'"

Alex Selph, of Quitman, Ga.. (:visiting Ht ,Cox.JJr.and.,Mrs. M. Connell, ,Square Opera Co., Philadelphia; ,)Ir. .the email hours of the night.. Were si PP! :;fKm/Caiiafa. 'to .lIf ",a

In the city: Mr. and Mrs:.J. E:Inman,- CoL.'anc Ed Weston, Americl's* 'favoriteTenor same market where"they found'rVaiy s'. .

Rev. J. 'C Tlmsand Mr.'-a. Mrs. B. H. i Palmer,>J.j D. Callawayand for a number, of seasons witti : {tIf troubled'with *weak & ,?ale at abulpjj,priceu'clr;a coa- ; :.
Alice Neilsen'aOpera.. Co.;:vMr;Syl- stomach? of 'if .
Young spent the holidays with Misses Bessie. DeSha, Fannle'andSallle -' belching; sour ditto9.does not speak much In praiseof 1
vain Langloia, barytone wilhTJrau'sEnglish feel dull after ;"
eating"try SoSth'Georgia anl'i'Florida. .
Jordon .
friends In Georgia. : : "* :
i Opera'Co.. Iain's' Stonach, and Liver Tabl '
; s
Walter F. Dodd left Monday night Mr. EdgarMobley-who has been -' r Why cannot the people of Sooth

for DeLantl! to take up his 'school employed with 'Mr. 'Jas. E. Young I The most effective,ui e liver4pt11s W Price:Price's 25'cents.drug store.Samples'fne, at Georgla'and. Florida.raise. their .a' '".

work at that place. during the past year resigned his position made -are DeWitt's Little Early ; poultry and eggs and' have asurpluso : ; i

ProL H. $ Hume and"bride 'arrived on the first and will enter the Risers. They never gripe. A., R. Normal J of the \ ship especially when we are surrounded 1 ;
college fort the remainder of Department : 'by conditiois that would
in the city the first of the'week state Wise.
; 'few The' normal school of the,. necessarily 1Ia.ke'thlll Industry laurfah" j"
the term.
from Brooklyn, N. y:.. Edgar spending a ? -
Mason was'apleasant days In Thoma> ville this week pryorto Barlow's Minstrels" College will open .Jan,21st and, .... ,
L. 1.. Witt .of ,
Mr. will .
be conducted ..
his work In the heretofore t ;
taking college. L
C1TI2EN-R; up The Barlow Minstrels played to a p -
caller at the ; '
the personal supervision of Dr. DeWItt' Little Early Risers are
: .
The Jacksonville' ,.Metropolis large and. appreciative audience at
POBTEB_ office Saturday, : cum. The length of the session, dainty little pills ,but. they never ..i
ways progressive 'continue? to the house Tuesday'-evening I
Mrs. McCreary, of Gainesvillhe, / be about five months, beginning fail to cleanse the liver, ,remove abstractions *-.<:
favor with'the people of our locality andlrovedto be a grand success. .
Miss Julia Cline, is visiting in : : and % th.
nee closing ,May aid'Iullorate the lys- ,if,
Its' editorial columns are The audience was kept In an uproar
the city, guest of her mother. will be three short review terms A. R. Wise. '
bright and spicy and iU local and from the ,rise of the curtain nUlthe' i'I tein. -
Minnie Helvenston who has teachers and'candidatel for __._ < a
Miss The -- .y
general news service good The periodical performance had ended. r _
been visiting relativesinSumpterville = contributions to its columns singing and dancing,,was especiallyfine. ers'certificates. The first, will ;> The last session of the 'Loui4aua ',:!

returned home Tuesday. ,, from Capt. N.:, H. Harrison, of this The'gerformers were repeat Jan. 21st and close March, 1st, legislature passed a bill prohibiting

:Mr. A. J. Legg and little daughter, city, are read with much interest edly encored and reappeared in a second will open .March 4th the ale of cigarettes to minors, under ;j

Nellie, returned to the city Monday here. very pleasing manner: The most close April 12, and the third a penalty of a fine of 125 'te tLftt '

night from a visit to Orange Lake. noticeable feature of the entertainment open April 15th and close May 24. for each offense. ,The paper; of the t
Dr. Redan industrial
L Harry, agent In these three terms the aim
state report, however; that the law
Miss Lucy'Simpson, a popular f the Seaboard fAiC Llne, arrived was the marked improvementOf
of be to give a thorough review of is a letter .
practically dead : It b ,
of Mikesvllle spent the hoi the over last season *
teacher In the city...Monday': and will remilihere company: '
the subjects required a the books and that that ,, .
days tlth.'ber' .pastes; ,Mrs. Wm. until rafter,*the ''carnival.-.- '-B< the show is free from any offensive hail ,can be
certificate of grade. In
any said for It. Nobody
pas.4UI attention -
Watts. remarks and is 'a good clean show :
will be from
busily engaged now until -
first two terms the work will be
Toledo to It, and any child that has the '
from"'start -to: finish. The
Miss JanIe Brown returned Mon- the fair and carnival
slowly to enable those who are 8 .
all the
contortionists the price can buy cigarettes that t:
Brothers, as 'are
from Tbomasvllle, where details collecting the exhibits
day night what deficient to master the ie '
ever'seen : lack'6ispace f may desired, and the use of the \l
best here.
she hu been visiting for several and attending to other work. He is 'will have 'to, From'refrain from i jects. Only a portion of the little' "coffin tacks" is said to be ;
determined to make the fair grandsuccess we
Weeks a
will be reviewed each term.
es the since
largely on increase the
mentioning the many individualswho i .
Mrs. J.:G. LewU and children and and his past experience Is a the third term the renew will adoption of the law. The promoters
deserve much for the
praise excellent '
that It will be. :
Miss Beatrice Inman arrived In the guarantee : .r manner..1n'which they. carried i more rapid. of the bill nO doubt thought that the ..i

city from South, Florida, : Friday' ,, There are forty people' in the product1On'Of out their part, we' will say, however The work in preceding years Jere.act of its, passage would im -

'evening.rMr. : '!"Said Pacha," as presented ,'that the' Barlow1 Minstrels will been .remarkably successful, mediately put a stop to cigarette ::-.

H. ,.. Duncan has purchased by ,the.Olympia Opera Cornpay'whicti be greeted by a very large audience than 95 per cent. of those smoking by minors. They were is- ;

the lot directly in front of the residence appears' at the opera Dpon'th'e r return-to this city next tended having'obtained the, densely pleased when the bill became -

of Mr. M. M. Scarborough hpnse on Moi'4aj.. ,January 14th.Atdong season. cate sought a law, and rejoiced over their great 'A :"!
,from Mrs. Figuero. them are MLues.Lottie Kendall i _, reform ylctory. This U' one more '

ilrs.. J. G. Lewis and >fauilly: .who .Theresa Barker Adele Ferguson Cut this out and take itto G. W. You Know What You arcTakla .In"tanc'e'showin: the wide difference .. :

returned from the SI>UUi' last Friday, ;Fay Rawson., Catherine Gebler, Price's drug store -and get a free .When you take Grove's between'proposing a reform and ,
Helen Granger, Messrs. Ed Weston, Chill Jonic because the .
have moved to the Hagen residence sample of Chamberlain's stomach actually accomplishing it. 4
o1--street. Sylvaln Langlols, Ben Lodge, Arthur and Liver Tablets, the best physic. .plainly printed on e'ery'bottle ,1
it is iron and
; ing that simply i
Burgess and numerous other, artists also disorders of the STATE c v OHIO,Crrr o.Totsoo, t.s .j
Florence They cure in a tasteless form. No cure no Lucas CO f"Prank =
Miss nl'
.Mrs. Council, nee .
-!.fr. S. It:Pons; who, has been the stomach, billiousness and headache 50 cents. J.Cbeoer makes oath that be li tie
,HHdreth stopped over ,la the?city, of'the linger Sewing senior partner of the firm of P. J. Cheney i
representative I -
Co.. doing business In the city of Toitda. .
:8aturdaevening ,
: from Machine Coma this city for the pa.tiear In Toils. As a substitute for the county and state aforesaid and that raid t
Cupid's .
enroute to Live Oak. firm will pay the mm of OM HciuiuaUOIXAU ,
11 ,,has received a'promotion toone Payne-McKinley ship subsidy for each and every cave of catarrh ,
I-Ga. Erma Genovar, who has been and Under a bower In the prettily decorated that cannot be cured, bv the me of Halt'* .:
of the best ,most responsible I Populist Senator Allen, of Catarrh cure' FBIXK J. c.s..".
of her home with the
: la the city, the guest of Mr. positions in the gift of the:company, Tooms proposes bounty of 10 cents a Sworn to before me and luUcrlbed in my ,
: impressive ring service performed byRe presence, laU nth day.of December 4.P.I .
Harrison returned :
sad :Mrsu L. to manager of the iRlchmohd, V a.office. el on wheat; 50 cents a barrel vSM*. .
,. J. P, McCun ugh, Elva Jessie, _, "
last. : A. OLIA9OI
her home In Tallahassee Friday; .He will Inn Saturday"' to wheat flour, 10 cents a nuahel on Vaal Publlx
,.Notary ,
youngest daughter of Capt. and Mrs. f ,
Attorney L. Murray' Scarborough take charge and will be succeeded 50 cents a barrel on rye flour, 5 me ,
E. J, Bending, was yesterday afternoon Hal Catarrh Cure U taken Intertilly "
.has moved this city from Tallahassee 1 here by Mr. W H. Reddick, formerlyof a bushel on corn, 7 cents per and act directly on the blood and nmotu .
at four'o'clock united In mar- < '
surfaces ot -
tt.e Send forlnUaH1-
and, with his brotherJIau fAtlanta rla: hi*, stay here to Mr. Porcher Baya. on ground corn, 1 cent a pound alL free F.Kyitcm.J. CHi.ir 4 Co..Toledo,0. \
:will take his Mr.'Poea"'baif f worked ; atnlendlibuhineiss1 page Harry 2 Sold by druggists ticHalt. (
rice up. the.practice. ,of irp: cotton, cents a pound on hops, .
The ceremony wa. witnessed by Family nil are the :
JIlQ feu10 Q. ,'for bfa. loaxpAnjf and ]i 2 cents a pound on tobacco. bell"4 :
about nfty relative. >and friends '
(:ot. Henry Curtis, assistant chief made many hie'Deb'wh 'will regrie the- contracting'parties. At the if one is right, why not the .i .OJ
jniustrlal agent of the S. A.' Line, to see him leave. conclusion of the ceremony a collation The substitute certainly TRY A,"SINafaR-- lr j ,

' several in the the Mr. F. Bardln,, who has been em- the greatest good to the :. -
spent days city was "served_ the young people AT YOUR HOME.: ., r : V
;Flatter part of last week. guest of Mr: ployed with the Adams Broa. Co. for leaving on the evening train. number. .. I

,B. Boteler Thompson. the past severalyeal'8 as bookkeeper They will spend several ,days atNashville I ,
Stops the Cough and Works en -Three different of.
has accepted a position with styles Sragxa
Mr, A. D. Wilder,of Cooper, dropped wholesale Chattanooga and other Cold.; ".. MACHINES from which to select,
& McLaurin ,
Pope ; grocers 'I
in for a few minute"-hat las points before' reaching their south laxative Bromo Lock-stitch or Chain- tit c.L '
Jacksonville. Mr. Bardin -Quinine
ern home-DeFuniak SpringswhereMr Compare the "Sixozs" with other -
I Monday,. and claims the CITIZEN- cure a cold in one day. No cure, j
REPOKTEB the best local left Wednesday for Branford- to : Baya is connected with the state pay. Price 25 cents. -, machines and investigate tae \' "
paper.ever .
spend' several days with relative Normal School. experience of their users. Care-- l, ,
I published in Columbia
county. Instruction given by a toss per 1
and will from there to Jacksonville '
I go The bride has been popular in Del- Mr. R. H. Loier'return d tent teacher to- users of SIKOES :
Mr. R. T. Radford has rented the to take hii work next ;Mon- 'i
up avan society since the family took several days ago from his 's MACHINES. SINGES customers _
room recently day. Mr. Bardin is a courteous and '
occupied by Mn G. W receive careful attention In
their residence here She was knch any j"
business and up trip in South Florida, r
attentive man
Land, In which he Is preparing young ( part of the world. Siiicsa offices '"
would make a valuable addition to the first graduate"from Beloit collegejuoder'the t en.in health and ready to take up everywhere. Parts and supplies .
mote his
jewelry store. Mr. Land
lias the working force of any establish co-ed. plan. ,/and, I ork. All customers will find him for SINQZB Sewuio MACHINES
rented an oQlce next door.Mr ment. HU friends here will -
many young lady possessed of fine attainments ;' the old stand. can easily be obtained. Siso>;s 1

Martha. X_ *. Abright:; why ha regret his departure. s 'f and charming qualities. The MACHINES are sold on liberal Installment

ben: spending the winter' in ,this CA11 I .1 tT aRA-- ,; '1. 111:. I' '' beat wUats'of a.host ,of friends fol- I' OA.rClD.A. I. for cash. lt ;terms, or at low prices .

tltjr, guest of her daughter Mrs.S. Dmts.. low her and the one .she has chosen- BtueUre 1s. hs I_tt. ,

Boleler Thompson, returned home .res- to their fceV borne In-the.Southland. I Sig.ataf. ra 't[THE 'SINGER flFO CO.

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ee1/iJ1 lower part of the mansion, and rations SA.V
: portraits of:dead and gone Dunaatihung 't not startle you very' much ),ail night .

,: 'upon;its dark'oaken walls One j"One of AuntAUce'F servant has starlet .. ; .+
of,.these'seeped toJiave'a special at*}fever in a rather bad forms fad she :-
Symptoms, meting for Ellis, "and .Guy Durant. 4"*tooScidvanlage: of'a' long,stan ng!n- . I ,) *' f fl't,* *! "* 'laughed as be noticed it. i. ,"vltation of Mrs.Kingsley's-l -was-al : >; : "D' O O.U

"1 1 The'Uood jpay be in bed condition j..jFaerJo 1e:nDJl.k&.that:.portrait isch ol .with' PauliaeK. gs ley- 'your t' ', : :

.' f yet'wltk 'no',''external signs,* fto.skia. :tteaid. ;sbauI; tell' you JUdy Anna'a jknoM'-&o.send me'lo Kingsiej Court.| ... : 'Stationeryevery ; !

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tt :- ,symptoms ia'such'cases being a Tiriahle -?shall be_gid! 'to listen," the guest, I Iproin' haps,you,know : :.. 11 .. ;

A au indcscribabU .kd. 'She; b very beautifulwith j Eng&ley .is ,.. ,. .
: ,. appetite; poor digestion ard the picture I| theatricals, and ; ,} ..,.i ,;;: t- -
another "
weakness and. lass of fleshand glance Jovv .,. .. ,
nervodnejssj "81M was If tfcatTepresents; her with the liall1a.st n .,;& ;/I}.;;, ;t!; ; .
run-down,ciuditkm of the : l 'W. : "" "
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a general ,anll'' gre{of f.correctness...s Jt>,was j '.thro gh some ; '.- IA' ...i. .. : .
;.s I rysteatIeirly.sbowing the blood bis paiated.-tongatter- Lady Anna ,had' xMtinma'fr; ; "
(,. lost its nutritive qualities. ,=baa becofitt. thin shared the common.fate humanity ,hoP* .-> We .., 'I If :ou du4nd Merchant, docs- _-' I
'f s' tad watery. '11 gai=t:just t&ch cases that 'f from old miniature of her. Yes,she without.seeing ; r. 'jve cab save you: money:on jour orders

-- S.S.S.has done two*it its quickest and ..wasj beautiful. ..":" sisted.on dre1S ; : Tl'icXu differencein ob Printing

most effective,wrkvby'bJdiBif.Hj> the > The"gp-aker paWit'4to look'at thedelicately ladyoj_ ancient : -z:''-"Neat and artistically printed Stationery
.,' 'moIledieaturesht"the'slender covered a .. ... .. business
blood and f applying the elements lacking 5s'ran advertisement for u man's -
; neck,encircled'by the enormous to Xady Anna's. and shows 1
to make it strong. and tijfrwuii fs 's **.i ; :commands attention'
'r.,,'!... ::. tuff that was the fjshwsjet the-Hme at .one 6f those and
> "MrwifcTOebVsCTf'11' s1 the fail ha swept high from. the level the house is so' that the merchant hi progressive up-
eral bottles of&&&"'* /wA *> 'brow. ? ..: o' .' -.1. .' library by a ), '. to-dT.ite as a business man. -

as a blood purifier ti i&''..rMLi3Bl J *' "\nd'the'stoT yr Ellis said.' .** ::' out when Aunt '. On the uthefhand, "botch"'pnnting ,

1 b tone up a weak and..'*, c'I 'Welt;'1r'S'ms that Lady:Anna WAS at tb. hall. .'. is'a great d ;il;worse than no printing ;.f
marked sTStfeatwOJi efieet'W f,. ,a Caffcolttv. thoughthe Durants weratheB to ftyou,and at 'all. ... .* -! 5 ,
.' ways very t D ;1 u, ;.saw Protestants.." ';:- .* : ;dinner;,.After..a .,. ''A Wurred,smearedvup job is.a reflec- I
., ".WeuSI\Jd ijs Jc.j 'J.rgitr; Durant aaghe cynicaUy.as h* :,by the ,vial I ; "$ '-'ttgtj.ontu.mans'busincss- ,.arxl."in this

: great toni<; and DUFz': paused for.a.moment. ) .,' ,. .'. in .' t all., We "..t':f. od..workmcnt firstclass muchin-
wirifier.".' .F.Io.i. "They attended tojworWly'mattert.? badly behaf ed age of
H'Io 1-1 ," ''to Klngsley( : : ;; e .tc and ;;:artistic type there is nq reason
., ... ; If f)}e story.l uJ true more than to spirftuaVandaccep : ', '
.. J'Hr ;,: the test.
: "must
; l 1i ". \ d Hearj'Six Articles : hafe: ,. \\ :merchants should not get

.' '.,tad t1 aity:wiD" 'as readflyaihU. io' ditft'rentn'.iiThfrty..nne..But.Ladr' i her:kitchen h for..e."-; ,- -} ': A. '" .:- .: :. : .
'Xnna bus
: SSS' Ji *appett'tetetara4 'im( was I. .. : j.
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; .1i band,'Plefg Duran;;: 'aa'ooe''Ot Eliza- .Guy"Durant : :: : :J.
.,iot when,he had ,
_.e I4'a; tiera, but -this faet did not _1
,and nerv&ijsaess vanishes as new. .'IaPe his wife from being denounced asa characteristic } ". t
rich'."pore blood once". more':'circulates.. '. Catholic,.nor di .. through an"H' system' -! '"*-.: s;her life'when she,wasconvfcted'of as- pleasant.
i S. '&".S. is they. sparely vegetable. sitting a priest escape. She was'cx- "So Meg was:'
;, blood purifier knowa/'lt" contains BO mnerala' -' 4ecuted in courtyard of the hall,and to refuse a

whatever. *Send!Tor'our1 free' book=, died as'bravely' as. her- coreligionUU Her maliquer. + n: Do' .TUft
did"i mCathief.1 he
.. on blood and skin::diseases and write otu I usually
ing'the p6tle. yi
i rIa that all? Ellis asked. The storyhod
I physicians for anylnfortnation'or adviceRanted .; )siNle interest-for him. .n la '..few ,rn ". "'" (
.* No charge for medical: advice. rAU, except the legend. H is Kid .tffltioa to.the : .
'" ; lYE fi11rf1 IPWFIC tO ATWITA, U.1. :. \'h.her spirit is often seen." ,'' ?ram thDurp .
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'Ob!" Ellis laughed, mockingly: him against u ',j
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I . .of his property j : ,.
? ou'don't believe that? > "
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I --1. .IJ' ." ., -"I- really don't know I have neverseen "%Ye have ; ; : ; :, :: .i--. \

Lady .Annis Warning : her ladyship myself,-but it is an ners'wrote- ," ( y.'. We have had ''jcars'experience in the ;
.: article of Durant faith that she often of capper ore .
and good
business wu
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cornea to uafnR r descendants against erty;.()ol kpo' ; '
aw S4f : .: worlds, and just how. to execute it. Our
.Jir."B 4. denjer.or folly eWent'as-afi ,
.. .. .. come. *. and
\ .t, to- ."Nonsense!" ,. Ellis ill aware. office is well .equipped-uith new

1 .. ."Very probabl'y'",' copper'ore in artistic type antI lirstclass presses and ,

'I { .', ,' I.. ...1 ..... .:,. At 'length dinner was finished and yon"have' not. .. we, arc prepared lo.turn out the very r

f ;NO,' EHia,":Ouy Duraat lAid the-old servitor of the family who had sum,'however best class of printing with neatness and

."... Nom Ulyyoa .haU; ob enter been waiting on them withdrew.: 'Gay Durant H&pltcn. .

upon such a bargain blindioLletl-' Let "Well. Durant-1 renew my offer" last letter "and :.. We are not unknown to the people of t

me ee" tile j peaVer: consulted{ a .ElJuvfajdfMid he lifted his wineglassand able. "Soi time there is ,Lake City ; we have served them well
held it betweenhim and the light,
*'r., i. schedule for.ITelnWord a mome.qt.-'Yu.. '2iCI. there you<< .as if>he'ha'd'quite as much interest in raid and dune, .in.the past and are now better .prepared
; a train to gt .
". eau iU eonteots as i..the reply. There it asa lag' "-<.' than ever to give them value received
are not otherwise. engaged we .. .
'1& tct Duraat TTall.:, You which broken' for their money, in the future.Ve
journey by brief pause, was by a melt .( :
can'new the paws! nC\ the:few'' creaEurrouadi' startled exclamation from-Durant and The oldest solicit a share of the patronage of the

:? it/etataiae';the house. ;Ellis turned slightly in his chair. From America ilL public ,and guarantee to turn out the ='

dine and :.Jeep.there., ''Then, if your one eorner'of the'bbrr.ry a woman had Tacoma best .printing i and in the most artistic

are ,foolish enough. ,*tempt' me with" : advanced and stood stock still surveying tlement was and up-I .-date styles. .
your offer.". "..j' them with a strange air. The expression bay Puget .
"Nonsense, DurAnt- I.am perfect of her face the upturned hair but there was t .- : :
t satisfied to'giveij-'pii'ike:.move; I say. the :wide, outstanding ruffle and "tilt fir tree
for"Jour'proper yKjrbf Ellis' anBwered. brocaded bodice were these that .the placed in was the ;
.: He' was a short,.stoutly-built :pictured Adf; Anaa'uore;and''one: der "
blaca .and.. a iaisi'das If In ast'onUhment extending z-
man with keen: :eyea i bhite hand'was church to the i WatfXUMtgtft'V
square >determined jaw, "_ Possibly *r warning. ivy-colored fir
there was Hebrew blood in hU veina. While one might have counted a hunjjfed bell in its
Any Date few mEn on. the stock-ex thr*.two,men stared, at the,.app -. calculations,
change were boidcr,'ln their speculations : antioM; and then.with a comm.on im: tree when LOW6Stf.1'
: and fewer.still 'were"as" succeaa. pulse they turned their gaze to the picture ,'and Prices th6'
voyage !
ful. 1JliS.8.'V; ** v"But on tie"opposite waU. When their'i j bell tower in : .
to take it," directed i it
I lam Jut ft d eye's'were again to the'epot
his companion relniiked;quietl1.To t where.the woman had stood she had .

tell you the truth, raft offer,toe.much.i I goive.- .' ;-. .' '. .

Durant Hall isa, Dilapidated old. struo. "What does.itmean Who is she?" Oae .
;j May Cau : '
ture, and 1 **oo't-stll\ it to you except) ,Ellis questioned by and by.' L'yaa ;:::t:i :*: :: -_. j-. "

you ioeej1t." : ]: ... 1 l "I know no,more than you," Durantt ... ,;- : ,

The sepaker'loaned baek in his replied, solemnly,. and there as indeed :. .j.: :.,.,, .. ; .. <
ch'air"'a lie spoke' 'Yortwa or'three no doubting.his words. A scientific
generations the= Durtnts had been go'I i' "It must have been some one belongin picturesque "Letter. Bill "and Note / Heads,

iog steadily tb"the' bad, and .4n to the house," Ellis reasoned. must attract '
Durant had been but little wiser. ytt/j Durant shook his head. ,_ : ,Roumanian Wi Statements; Envelops,
his immediate prede.eeeeors-- that't\ "There is no One in the house, so far eo discovered : : .... iTags ,. .

he was either-a,grumbler or;a spendthrift -;.,...I know,,but.old Johnson and his the sn t Cards,
hut he possessed an easy-goinft ,wifa, and besides she it disappeared" sensitizing
generous disposition, sotie,"arti..tilJ & "It is Ye stnange.." "Program : posters .
i( so ,
and expensiveJastej! and:no" Ubfnesa 80 strange that our bargain off. :
to the human .
instincts lie dad 'married a pretty?:I I' win not sell the hall" Durant said, jo : : : Visiting and Business Cards,
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young Englbh"girlWbo'! hid died. std Ellis looked his amazemenL"Not Sensitive
f leaving him with-a"baby two month sell the hail!" be echoed, an-l. Ball
old. The child .-he_had.placed under; gl'lly. able photography. ,
the care01 bet maternal aunt and for "Xo." discovery
; photography : Invitations
many years he'bad led an aimless, "But you cannot believethat.i."No ,
and that l
pleasurable existence.; In icontinental! matter I will not sell" Duri! tInterru.pW to -
cities chiefly.. "'"'," .* ... .>: : 'h "bitten" into Pamphlets, Tie Checks, E
;( At rate \
A.few'months previously ,her,had:* "Do .'t be superstitious.'Durant. You any '

taken up his reWdeJl in London, for oaanot be in earnest.- I have taken a tint manent. and, the Punch-out, .. Tickets, Etc. Etc. ,
the ,j/urpoke />f..being 'near.a. physician fancy to the place. negative-but .. .... ','
in whom *4,Jaad'much'depend*1 "J a.m sorry, but I.will not sell" .
1 eli-e.' Ife'had be'n .' are'for sometime .. ,..Look here man. Will another fivethousand tiled paper. : : .

that.tits.Mart"ij as affected, mi4t .. nottesapt you!':, .wear .(way.
t Chalmers'kad toM*.him hf "No Ellis be tissue and, t
Dr. > that: I am not to tempted..
length of daywpld j' tilt be longhand Please say nomore."* face of the .M

a for.tIIe'fltst, ; llgte! e:1i i' began't: oconsider. "But jo 'cannot attach any importaace stances or. .
." ,his ekiId.4Na'provf&ion'had 1o the--the"-Ellis hesitated pr e4-by .
been madeforherasd-Durant "to-whe.t we fancied we saw?" rajvhy 3r '
-- ;: and its few hundred acres'were hall' "I don't know."-Durant answered, modifications i :} Wlork aSp cia't' ,
: il.rmTl ggedr;: e.J1&d' e."liotaHttie truthfully enough. "Perhaps we saw 'ng.proe SS; : :
surprised 'vyben 1 KtrM:EHU had offered .nothing..,.. It ,may .have been fancy. in tooed outline..
"' mechanical ,
him' a faUfffertcVftr'tlfe my case. '
nant of his prfpe'rtyH He; tpfljlntt n'ire'u an uncomfortablej: suits are '
j '
y+ that gentleman once or.twice abroad, "Will you tale'a hand at cards;Ellis every human .: .

and had if.iR .WHJ tip.was so anxious or'go to bed!"the host asked at length. photograph : .> < : '
to eult..hate ha settled Ends ." .of- his friepds
him once ,a waeclc..tensibly.'t-j 4 .
orated ... .. ... .. ,.
with !
: ., bed : '$
in London't. ': "To if you jk nt mind; and I -

'Yti'ettt .Wh !'do'fop !lay t eDar iat i trust Lone of your ancestors or ances- nificant : ; '. Prompt .ntkention.'.Given
'" of the great d ,
dem'andtd} afteV a short silence. :: tresses will pay me a.vLJt. .. ,
,:J'_ ." suvp useyoumpat have' your:way," "There is little danger of that" Durant admires and ; : 1.I ",H .iI' J. '.-' j '" '
laughed, "but will find few be reproduced ; ,
} Ili.1r'J plkd. ratherslror: llvL .J : you i : ,J : to Moil Ondcps.- '
." right, ot a..j' 'V4tq thegld modern comforts in your bedroom. I nently on his .:. ..' "":-.Jl.. ;

houkekeirper tq ex igct. ua. and.jneet j hope. however Mrs. Johnson has seen n.". '
th' you at 1'addiHytDB,halt aa hour," -to the airing of the sheets. Shall'I : ?
Durant'said lining.' ,.' '.fa j show you the ways* I :, ,

.L F.lKs nodded and the 't.'o'men teparated. Durant led his guest to the room assigned .
Three toni'S':Ster'thejTsereat to him and early next'morning C ,.

}}urlW 'Ilsll,acid"IRs owner insisted oaitj both returned to London. For ,
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.; GENERAL CHURCHES.-DIRECTORY.' .plant Syst m: r i( I 7 11

JJCTHODIST-Rev. T. W. Moore, pas- DON'T ; i
Line' FIn ida.
tor. Preaching every Sunday at 11 The Great Through Car From. ,.>.?... '
'a. m. and 7:45 p. in. Sunday school -ION! YOUR HEAD f : !
F at 0:30 a. m. Epworth League 4:00 II
p. m. every Sunday. Prayer meeting To The Atlantic Coast Line, via" Charleston, Richmond and ,
Wednesday evening at 7:45. The East Washington. .

ADVENT-Services every Sunday 11 Via All RaiL } The Southern Washington.Railway,'yia' Savannah,. Columbia and I ., i II KPINDICK 1- 111 III I.'

a.m and 8 p. m. Sunday school u --__ m _L "* II II'' .
a. m. Prayer meeting Tuesday The Southern Railway via Jessup, Atlanta, Chattanooga -=- <<
evenings 8 0 clock. I I\IiII\ T the poort'rtntilig you have been
To The Louisville & Nashville Montgomery. .
West} Ii Jf\uling when ;You the Best
The The Southern R'y via Savannah, Columbia and Abhville.The i1A ,I can get I
EPISCOPAL-Rev. Curtis Grubb, rector. I Mobile & OhiO'R. R.,via Montgomery; j II! It.1' just as easily as poor. Our prices arereasonably'consistent .
Preaching 2nd, 3rd and 4th lJi I with up-to-date I I'I I
in each month at 11 a. m. tirst-clabs work. We: are prompt. I
Sundays and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school at To t Via Savannah and Ocean; Steamship Company' for New ,' I "Avoid further trouble and annoyanceby i :
Eas'tVia ,II II IIIi
York, Philadelphia and Boston. .
9:30 a. m. The } 'I, sending us }Trial Order. I
Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation. .
S teams hi p. Company for Baltimore I III
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pastor. Preaching every Sundayat ToWEY WEST .
11 a. m.- and 8 p. m. Sunday and } Via Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. .
School 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting HAVANA.To i I
every Tuesday afternoon at 1 tlIll 3!! 1e.M.W' .. ,
o'clock. Nova Scotia,) t l!: -= !J
Cape Breton, I Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant.Steamship 5i'= 1"I _-

t'nSor--Rev. M.-M. Wambolt, pas &wards Prince Island.EdLine J for Halifax, Hawkesberry. and Charlottestown.- -.- ,

tor. Preaching 1st. 3d and 4th Sun-
days in each month., Sunday school Winter Tourists Tickets will be on sale throughout the Northern' Eastern, -P1 i'.iACKSOAMPBELLA
Western and southern States to all Florida Resorts via Plant System daring the'season a.nos
9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting 900-19M limited to return until Mar Slat, with liberal stop-over privileges riorlda. 'I ; .
evenings at 7:45. Ladies Help- the Nona, sent to the undersigned. will be liberally, "
ing Band meet every Monday. even- supplied with all inforipatnand handsome adverUhlng matter. < O "OLD RELIABLE.

ing at 3 o'clock. for Information as to Rates, Sleeping Car Reservations., etc.,call on or write td -* rgans. Established.'..:In. 1878..
1' M. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent
CITY OFFICIALS. 138 \V.Bay Str.Astor Block Jacksonville. Fla. Kimball
W. a DIITHAH,Gen'l Superintendent' ; R W. WBRNN, Pasts. Traffic Mgr., WhitneyHinze..
Savannah, Oa. ,' Savanah\Ga.: .
HAYOK.-F. P. Cone, j: I ." THF'"SiGGEST VALUE ON EARTH.... =
IP. M. Jvet. '
of Small Instruments and Trimmings. Easy Terms. Low Pricei.
ASSESSOR.-IK. 1P. Phillip.. '. .", Send for Free Catalogues and full inormation.T' ,j

COLLECTOR.=W. J. Edward :
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MARSHAL.IT. T. Strange. 4' _-- -- Sv .,

ALDERMEN.-/ E. Henry,president ..-- --. "

S. L. Kerry, M. L. Plympton, 0. R Florida and West India Short l ne., fVestibuled Limited .61..R. j. '

Parker, J. E. Inman,.J. E. Young, Trains., ,Double,.Daily Service v.: '. f : EOT.QUICK.TIM! ';

R. P:Itogert. SOUTH-ERN TO M! i
COUNTY OFFICERS. Lv Jacksonville___..:_ 10 3)a .-;p Lv Jacksonville___ .:=:II 40a' 'l-4 p WASHINGTON, .
I tAr Vrnandtaa__._ 11 30 a 74apP; & &up.r. Daldwtn.r.. _.._ IIa lI:5p
Ivea.SHERIFF1 Ar Everett.: ___. 1. 311 IlIii ._.._ ... Waldo.._._ --.,-_ 11 9S a to 3.\p BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
L COUNTY JUDGE IT. M. Ar Savannah._._..__.__ I 50 '11 Sop :.r-. Gainesville. L: 1i P ... .. .. \.
-H' Hancock. Ar Kalrtaj:_.._______ 111I pI i 01 a _,-_ ."(-dar KeJ'"T j; r' ._r__ Ii :Sap ....__; r t. NEW YORK,
CLERK-M. M. Scarborough. Ar Denmark_____ 4 15 : M a __1:.. ."Silver Spring ___ 12111 __.___ \ CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE
Turner. Ar Columbia.--.__ ill pI 4 Ida __ Ocala____..._.__ ...__. Ml 11,1J 51 a x.7ftr. i ti
TREASURER-J. L. _. __ _._ _. "Wild __ .__.. ,
Ar Camden 7 Sip; 4 41 a -4 ood-= :!; 2Z1 S :!3 a ,
ASSESSOR-A B. Brown. Ar So Pines,...;___ 10 Wp,10 IS a ._._N Lebbur&--- 10 P 4 III a ATLANTA, I.
COLLECTOR-C. JOM Ar Kalelgh_______ 11 a 1150 a ___., Tavan'K-____ _' 3K P 5 tJ a .
II.0 L. Ar Portsmouth.___ 7 no all ft u p ;u_ Orlando_ .. :soup II ui a URH INGHAH, MEMPHIS,
Ar Richmond Va 6U3a 53p.-: Winter .. 5 -171' .__ :: --
.f ant. : \ Ar Washington -_ 8-1ia.! : _. ,Dade CI y.---.I.-._ :lMI! 4 iVaJttla CHATTANOOGA,
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS T. Bnozer Ar Baltimore....___ W 01\a t II:1OE- .. "Plant (.' .444p : WA Y '
chairman Frank Smith, Geo.A. Ar Phtladelphla- ::10 pI .._. Tllmpa 5:10: P,..esua RI'LIL ST. LOUIS; KANSAS.CITY. ,
; Ar New York.___.._ J U p... ____: -;
V. Qetzen and A.F. .
Smitluion. T. \
,' : Kumph. Lv C 1.._.__ s 713i:::= ,*'onneetion made' at "Fcroaudiua --' -_ And all Points, East ;;.

Ar --- tlip .-.- with Cumberland, Route steamers 4y. .
Ar [ 7 *a a. fi
Henry, chairman; S. L. Berry and Ar ._.. i 3111 .____ leaving Fernandina 1:2(1;( p. :"rn-xciaily qt' J.

J. E. Wite. N. except Sunday, arriving Brunswick, GNO OTHER LINE FFORDBt) j
WEST DIV. A 1 1- 5 p. mr II' '* '' '- SERVICE LIKE ,
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Lv JlcksonTllle- __ 730 930: .
COURT CALENDAR. r Lake <:tj....___._ t 13 P P 1130 a a.ave IFcTnanlln3. FLORIDA --K .
Live Oak 10 oo p n 19 p Jor Jacksonville ., . jrf : ,
Third Judicial Circuit of Florida- -* UadUoo.Monticello..___-L.._-.: 111 is M 10 aitoa P :SUp 1 =I' .740.; a. m. and 2:40 b. m: "-" :. .'r. ? VU savannah and Charlotte,'N. C., ... : ,.

Jude. John F. White Live Oak, TnomahVille._.._....__ ..._ .. t' 1 V M
Fla. : olltgomery____.:.. 8lUa ,". .- I Arrivals atJaeksonvillefromnortbSt. ;f'THE UNITED STATES;: FAST MAIL, : S L '
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LOUlK 744a : .
State's L. E. Robinson & east, No. 27 aj 9:10 No31 at
/ Attorney, ..: .. a.m.; Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. ,
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Jasper, Fla. ."Talladassee.--* Quincv .10o.a. ::1:114 t 3':1 J.I 3:. O p.'tn. From the west, No. 2, 7-J5 ;. ; ('t .,.1 .. (1 1; J l
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".River ;junction___.__ ___.. 525 p. m.. No, 4, ojVv a. m. From IhrsoutttNo THE" CINCINNATI ANDJ'LORIDA LIMITED, : .J
PenM..lcola 11 Y0 p 44 at 9:30 a.. m.o... W, at 3:55 'I' ?
'' Mobile---_. .. susa I I.
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Jasper, Hamilton county, 4th Tues- "New Orleann__.._..__ -_-____- -I 740a P' m" .l a. '.. Jeutp.
day in January. .. 1
Live Oak, Suwanee county, 2nd Tues- ,
day in May. No.:44, solid vestibuled train between Jacksonville and New York, in. Via J np. ;
'Lake City, Columbia county, 4th eluding mail, baggage and express cars, day coaches, dining cars and r 'Ii
Tuesday in May. through Pullman sleepers between Tampa" and New York, Atlanta'and *
Vestibated Trabu Pullman Drawing Room
Mayo, Lafayette county, 2nd Tuesday Nashville. Nos. 31 and 44 carry Pullman buffet bleeping cafatbetween. ,Jacksonville Sleeping Cars, ((Through Coaches, Elegant Dialog Car
in June. V and Tampa I". ,, ',ii:<$ : > I ; t 1. 1 oJI" .
Perry. Taylor ,county, la Tuesdayin No. Wi, solid vestibuled train, consisting of day coaches,'mail, baggageand *-
ApriLMadison express cars between Jacksonville and Washington and. Pullman Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and ClndintU. 0. '

Madinon county, 2nd Tues-. sleeper between Jacksonville and New York. a". I ::J.- via Asheville N.C., and Knoxville, through -THB LAND .OP, THB 8CV.'J=
day in ApriL Nos. 3 and 4, Pullman buffet sleeper Jacksonville and St. Louis via : '" I ..

Monticello, Thomasville and Montgomery.' -* .- t 'Thronjh Trains Southern qatlway.are.aow.Operated j i.
FALL TERM. ,Steamers for Key West and Havana-No. 27 makes connection at Port .
la Connection with the System from JacksonvtlU. r
Jasper, Hamilton county. 4th Tues- Tampa with steamers leaving Mondays. Thursdays and Saturdays -- Plant- !. '
day In August.. Nos. 2 and 1, sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. 1 :
Live Oak,Suwanee county, 2nd Tuesday E. ST. JOHN, V. E. M'BEE, ": 's. B. in November. I 1st V.-P. &' G. M. Gen'l Sup't .Gen.'l.as3. Agent. :,; i "

Lake City, Columbia county, 4th Portsmouth, Va,' tales, schedules and Information. call on or address '.
Tuesday in November. A. O. M.U.DONELL, Assistant .Gen. PassengeriAgent., Jacksonville, Fla.. W. T. COSBY, T. P. A., .
Mayo, Lafayette county, 2nd Tues-. 213 West Bay Street,JaokMBTUl,7U, :i

day in December. -. ... ,. ,. Me CL?. w. A.: TCRE, 8."fl.:BAW>:WtCS, 'l
Perry, Taylor county, 1st Tuesday in I 'I'ra1IloM&nqe" '.- '_Agt.. Lint.Gin. Pees.lp., I

October. GEORGIA:SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY.. Washington,D.C. lVubington,A C.. Attaata.Qt.. j t.
Madison, Madison county, 2nd Tues : (

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1 1611 Ill' 1255 P III ......,Una.Ul1........;..... .... 48.p to Y 52: a III '
131a m I al I' III ...;.....?...\'ieDI1& t.. .....;-.......:.. .2 Zip m. '2311' m ;: 'S' \ : of all that; is Corifrl iu _
1 53. m110 p m Ar...,.,.....COrdcle.........i{... ....Lv i3 p IU 215: a m J.
1 53 II III 2 OR P r.l LV'..:i.of.:..(urdele..... ........ ...Ar. OR P 111 2 1i; II in230a \\ 81 dish! l.PSCilrr" :it !
bl 250p III ........A hburn. ....... .+......:. .1 :JOp 01 1 I'ill his Fi33HATS \' :. i
i : to a 111 3 301'111 Ar..Tif10n_. .....,,... ... 12 Mp'm 1 o0 a ii315alu .cV. LAmES nij LS. Wr*' nnv'1 I
, 330pm Lv.... ......:Jiftou.e;.. ... .i:.....Arf1235pnt 12aia"m < .
3 41. a III 4 05p m .......-1-.8I'srks.... .;.. 1... r.../12 02p II', 12 22 a 01351a
! m 416p 111 ..:.. .. .. lIeartpine. .. .:......... .... ll 5l a III 1211a 111 SUiTB.. : ,_.__
4 .jOa III 5o.'ip III Ar.\'ld.loeta.... ... ... ...Lv 11 lOa lU it Sap IIIlOa OVERCOATS ,
, 4 m. 5 05p lU Ly.-V also-ta ...,._...).....Ar 1110a m 1135'p m \< \ The Lnrue5t, -t;ck enrf'.
TIADe MARltBALKE8 :i3tatl1 6pm ............ ;Jasper...........:.... ....IOO''ialU 103tpmIS UKOERWEAR. \\ .
.. 01 a lU Ii 00 pm.. .... ...\'bite Springs...:.:..... :.. \I 32 a OJ 100\ P tit Vlr; ,; t1. '
":6' lal11 ..701Jpm Ar......:..Lake'.it'.L\ 9tSanl 940plll1S.a. and \
I .. a m 7 2'Jp 111 Lv..LakeCitv.-,.......Ar ::1150 a 111 92111' 111 ;\ BEST QUAUTIES; '
7 Wa m' 8 :Stl m ... .... ..8aml'oOuCity..t.. .. t. :..: 7 50a m 8 ();'ill m FURNISHINGS.LADIES' .;.
S laru 837p" ...... ..";-.Ilanipton. ........... .. .... 1.a1al11 I 1ii211m ,0 and .. .
ais ain 9451'01 Ar..Palatka... ..:A..Lv 62511111 U40pma .

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6 .a5a IU IU 1.v.-,; ....Lake City.....". .....Ar S Son III 9 :\11'111800am Tailor- ads SUITS, SKIRTS, !
17\P n ._....... !.:..;. ...;Ar\ 740am i55pm Waists, Underskirts, Underwear : LOWEST
85511 01 J mAr.. ......... namenille.;.;.......1.v 645 a in7 00 a OJ ,; Hosiery, Jackets, ''- ,
f WHISKEY NORTH BOUND !:;C11EDULKS. Capes, Fine Neckwear. acd 'A'y- -

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t SOFTENED BY ACE. 4 10. tic ... .. ....... .. .. ......._ ...... 1l.3lip m l120a 1117:15pm J .
i : "'25am &.. .. ........ ....t......Lv 8301'111 7MamIOOa1l1 SUITS, OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPS, (
: Awarded Gold Medal at ManIa Exposition. l00 p nt Ar..Chatta1l..,.........Lv 255"uI 3051111I. UNDERWEA1! FURNISHISGS.7 : \ I4 ,.t ) : l
6 -lOa In g Mp m Ar..Nashville..i..1.v 9101' 111 9:1Op 111121p '
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Where no time is shown trains Ao not stop.: /
in the South. Tra'us Kos. 3 and 4 the -Dixie Iyer" have through sleeper between. 8t Louis Mo. _.+ \\ \
" and Jacksonville. Fla. viaValdosta. ami through parlor sleeping ear and roach between ', ;; f \ \ I
Macon and Palatka. open for the reception of passengers in Tnioa Depot. Mac u -.: ,
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OnUrt Bwlle4 to ear peal office will be Vice President.' ;Agent Lake nty. iris,
: ftu 4 tarn tat nwcst atcndluj dlatribtt. C. B. RHODES Iiseay BoaRs. .

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