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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: February 8, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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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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T3B UIE CRT MPOmX'Eit CirTZES) b.. : Hl( OouolUatidCOLnKBIACODSTT .34,1800 LAKE CITY, FLA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1901. ,Vol. XXVII, No.. 13

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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. I Issued 1736 33 COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS. road known as Live Oak road. Made NO REDUCTION OR WAR TAXES.

w.Strange 2100 due report. -

Council Chamber, Lake City, Fla., A. E. Futch 10729 Clerk's Office, { Petition of Dave Patterson, to be There appears to be good reran

Feb. 4th, 190L Council met Present Bat! due treas. 32u71 Lake City, Feb., 1901. f placed on pauper list, referred to for the statement that is being generally

AM. Inman, Moseley, 'Parker, I Paid out $2337 20 Board met. Present, 1'. T [Boozer, Chairman Boozer for further investigation made that there is likely to

Plympton and Rogers. On motion I' chairman, presiding. Present, T. W. and report at next meeting.All I be no reduction in the war tare at

Aid. Rogers was called to preside.The 12337 20 $233720 Getzen, F. M. Smith, A. F. humph justices of the peace are re-: this session of Congress, and per

minutes of two last meetings CASH ACCOUNT."' ., and G. A. Smithson.The quested to make monthly report to haps not at all. The Republican
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Paid out $j6;) 01
were read and approved. & following accounts were ap- county commissioners as provided bylaw leaders are afraid that if these tax,
Aid. Parker gave notice" that at Prom W. J. Edwards 700 proved and paid : and all fees hereafter will not es were reduced to the extent if 140,.

next meeting he would introduce an W. T. Strange 174 40 Forty-two county paupers, $118.50 be paid until said report is filed. 000,000 there would be a deficit in the

ordinance relating: to cows and horses ""' A. E. Futch 4900 \ L. C. W. & L. Co., water at jail,$7.00; W. R. Taylor, pauper,pay increased treasury in the next fiscal year. *

running at large upon the streets. : Bal. of fines 960 J. \V. Perry, rent of armory, $$16.67 81.CO. A fact that U just beginning to be

The clerk reported the record of D. General tine 1223 Ed. Wilson, cleaning sink in court The petition of D. N. Cone et al generally known b that there U a

the deed' to Escambia street between Bal. due treasurer 31279 house,$2.50i; C. W. Edwards, burial o." for a public road from Benton to pretty steady decline in the receipt

Blocks,67 and 68, made by S. B I !Y.5 u-I $563 04 pauper $3.00; M. M. Wynn, services Black Jack be granted and the fol- from customs dutie In future

Thompson, assignee of A. B. Hart. SCHOOL BOND FUND. as road commissioner, $12.00; A. H. lowing freeholders appointed to view therefore, more revenue will have to

The special committee i on arc Bal.-Oct. 12 $39130 Allen services as road commissioner, and mark out said road: D. N. Cone, be collected from internal taxea.

lights reported that they could secure I Rec'd from W. J. Edwards 190 00 $12.00; D W. Charles, services as \v. H. Long, D. H. Register.. There are two reason for the fail

the change of thenty-seven arc Paid out .258 35 road commissioner, $10.00; E. G. Collins The petition of H. A. Duncan et alI ing off in the revenue from customs

lamps. of. 1200 'c.; p. to twentysevenarc l BaL on hand 328 93 services as road commissioner, to build a clay road from State receipts. One is that the country i*
lamps of<2000"c. p.-- and an all T. J. Knowles services as road commissioner Agricultural College to the red hill not so dependent upon the product

night service in place of the .moonlight $.j8 30 8387 30 12.00: J. L. Turner, treas- was accepted and th e cuntyappro-! of other countries as it once was

schedule, as at present l ; _for the I Cemetery fund: Deed to Leslie, $5. urer's fees, $24.25V.. B. Brinkley, priated $252.88 as the part of ex- and hence is not importing 10 much.

'sum of two thousand four hundred '25 licenses, 10 deaths, 10 births, 133; justice and witness fees, $4.10; E. W. penses, and.Chairman R. T. Boozer Another is that on many article

dollars. On motion of Aid.,Moseley cases 'tried. Hutchinson, constable cost, $:i.S3; appointed as committee to act for tariff duties are prohibitory. They

the report was adopted and the com- Total fines $60400 W. A. Morlemet, constable cost, the board, with a committee of are intended be prohibitory to a*

mittee requested to inform the Elec- Work or remitted .107 90Charged $4.85; G. P. Stewart, one day as bailiff citizens' committee composed of F. to give the domestic market to

\ uric and Water Co. to prepare a suitable officers -$49610 bill rejected; \V. M. Ives, county M. Puckett! and J. It!. Caldwell, to home producers at prices highly

; contract. and present it to. council. judge, cost witness and jury fee, make contract for the week. profitable. Many thing producedin

5---, \ Respectfully, fl.lO; Virginia Bridp! & Iron Co. i Chairman R. T. Boozer was appointed this country are sold In foreign
W..M. IVES Clerk and Treas'r.On .
. AId!'Rogers reported that- the' over O'Fallon creek. ?'ji>.OJ; I.. W. I as a committee to attend a markets at much lower price than .
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citizens intend, with the assistance motion Aid. Rogers was ap- I Fennell' sheriff Alachua county, arresting meeting of county Commissioners ot they, are sold at home.

{ of the county appropriation: clay pointed a committee to ascertain prisoner, $. .70; W. A. Morti- Florida at Jacksonville, Fla., on the The Secretary of the Treasury U.

, the public.road to red hilL:::" 5$* and.inform the- three railway companies mer, cost in Gas well C:1sel $3.2V.. 19th day of February, 1901. I of the opinion that the time ha*

a 00. motion'of -Aid. Parker, sixty and the railroad commissioners N. Cone, sheriff, cost and feed of There being no further businessthe I come for a thorough revision of the

z dollars, the amount estimated, was at what price the rightsofwayand prisoners, $23.50; C Jones, collectingtaxes board adjourned to their next tariff, but he does not want it 'revised -,

) appropriated to clay the streets to cite for a central depot in Lake $86.12; C. Jones, filed treas regular meeting. by committee of Congress.-

\ the southern boundary! of the town; City can be procured. I urer's receipts as follows: Countytax He advises that a commlssioa of ex J

'{ The Mayor reported the .appoint The petitition to open Escambia proper, 8197.68; Lake City super- Recent experiments show that all perts be appointed to do the work for
street between lots 67 and 68 classes of foods be completely
was intendent of $14.98 Bond may
: ment of John Dowling policeman.The school ; I Congress. It is hardly probable that'he
council approved the appointment read and discussed. filed,8143.92: WinQeld, superintendentof digested by a preparation called Ko- will be gratified in this matter.It .
On motion of Ald. Moseley the dol Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely )
, and ordered compensation at school $4.36; $4.56: Buwanee Val is not forgotten that there was'a
'$33.00 per month until next meeting, petition was postponed until next superintendent school, 16c; Ha- ; digests what you eat. As it is the tariff commission about eigate '
' meeting, when a "full" meeting of i only combination of all the natural
since Jan.,30th. gan, superintendent school, 9.36; years ago, and that Congress had BO
$ The clerk and treasurer made"thefolhwing the board present fine and forfeiture, $11.9.); school, digestants ever devised the demandfor use for its .work when completed.
' report for quarter' ,The petitition asking extension of $409.78; license, $11.67; taxes G. S. & I it has become enormous. It has No commission could revise the

! Repot of clerkand treasurer, Hernando street to Foster Hall was 'railway, $1832.39; Dr. A. J. P. I of never indigestion failed to and cure it the always worst gives cases instant tariff so that it would be acceptable
read and motion of Aid.
quarter ending,July i4, 1901. on Moseley Julian medical attendance on* pris- relief. A. R. Wise. to the politicians. The better vaj

_SCRf'. was referred to street committee to oners $2.00; Ceo. W. Price, envelopesand I is to let the committee of Congress

Outstanding, Oct. 12th $4189 23 report at next meeting.The paper, 63c; D. J. W. Sheppard, The Tennessee legislature it backat undertake the revision, but when the
Issued petition of citizens asking the servant of court $7.50 K. J. Stewart its annual habit of considering
1736 33 ; tariff is tackled again It Is certain
removal of certain buildings was constable cost, $3,50; F. M. Smith, cigarette legislation. that there is !going to be some wide
Total $392556 referred to a committee consistingof county commission fee and bridge I disagreement among Republicans.
SCRIP ACCOUNT. Aids. Moseley, Inman and Parker, duty, $7.08; R. T. Boozer, county LA GRIPPE QUICKLY CURED."In They will be so wide that the tariff

From W. J. Edwards $ 14387 to report at next meeting.On commissioner, bridge duty and pro- the winter of 1898 and 1899 I may politics.be again a paramount Issue it

--'-----, motion of Aid. Parker the mat- fessional services; $10.20; A. J. was taken down with a severe attackof

ter of laying rock sidewalks ,was left Rumph, county commissioner, $4.40;: what is called la grippe," says F. SAYS HE WAS TORTURiO.

entirely to discretion of the special T. W. Getzen county commissioner, :11* Ilewett, a prominent druggist of
"I suffered such pain from corn I
CRSIIIIIpIIORis Committee.The *630G. A. Smithson, $;.4\i M. M. I Winfield, III. 'The only medicine I could hardly walk," write. U. Rub-
following accounts wereo i used was two bottles of Chamber-
Scarborough, checks: fete, etc., inson, Hillsborough, Ills., "but Buck
dared raid:' Lake City Electric $13.13; ; notary public bond of 1' B. Iain's Cough Remedy. It broke up len's Arnica Salve completely cored
Motor 'Co. for January 202.C9.! :1 the cold ami stopped the coughing
Oiver :
approved county surnJur's them. Acts like magic sprains,
destruction of lung by'growing a police :telephone $100. 1-aac Hart bond of M. H. Maddox, approved; i like magic! and I have never since bruises, cuts, sores, scald., burn,
I'. Alexande ; been troubled with Cham- boils ulcers. Perfect healer of skin
$21.22, to February l.t. \, justice of the peace bmlufV.. W. grippe. ,
germ, precisely as -, tl.Oo, as i mit u. II. L. Dodd,1 : Talbert, approved constable'* bond :, berlain's Tough Remedy can always diseases and piles. Cure guaranteed -
;
all l S3c.
brake
be depended upon to up a severe by druggists,
moldy cheese is destructionof $1.25 printing. J. E. Vuuag, Si),30:: | of J. D. Thornton, appron d. 1 cold and ward off any threat-

W. H. Kempton, $4.50, feeding pris-' ) Commissioners W. II. T. Roberts, I ened attack of pneumonia. It is Hon. H. Clay Evans' chance for a

cheese by a growing germ. fliers; E. S. Futch, blankets, $3.90., et al, to view and mark out public | pleasant to take, too, which makesit cabinet position seem to be very
S. W.Jonespolice, .tj(). J. C. Had,.J.Ji the most desirable and one of the good with those people who have ni*
I If kill the I most in for
you i popular preparations use
you germ: .. C. Rickerson influence with President cKlnle .
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den.. oolice... 2.25.- II. : : these ailments. For sale by G. W. ,
stop the consumption. You I ...00, trimming trees. G. O. Buie, j j' \ Price. i
- police duty, $4.50. G- M. Cline, police i For the weakness and prostration I
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can or can't, according to duty; 73c; ; A. Sapp, police duty, yfit00. PreiiJf Cleveland, Hanna and Bryan haveat following grippe there is nothing *o
I least one thing in common; each
and effective as One Minute
wrenches t I prompt
Addicks and !
G.O.
when'you begin. spanners has a daughter named Ruth.
850.V.. M. :Ives, fees for quarter, : Cough Cure. This preparation U
I Take Scott's Emulsion of 7500. Children FAMILY JARS highly endorsed as an unfailing remedy .

On motion council adjourned. I are more often the result of indigestion for all throat and lung troubles
Cod Liver Oil take a littleat else. and its early use prevents consjinu-
than anything Dyspepticsare
Before the :
children.
Attest: W }I. IVES, Ck-rk. "We have three
I tion. It was made to cure oulcklr.:
usually irritable, nervous, cranky
first. 1 birth of the last one my wife use! four bottles A. R. Wise.
I individuals who make trouble for all
theI
The editor of the Fordville, Ky., of MOTHER'S FIUEND. If you had i. those around them. Dr. Loyal Ford's -- -- --
It acts as a Miscellaneous, writes as a postscriptto pictures of our children, you could see at Dyspepticide makes the stomach Senator Hanna U entirely too IU-
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food it is the a business letter: "I was cured of a glance: that the last ones right and restores health and happiness sitive. The opponents of the ship
; kidney trouble by taking Foley's [ healthiest prettiest and : in the household. subsidy bill have not attacked that
easiest food. Kidney Cure." Take nothiug else.G. finest-looking ineafalL : measure. They have merely called
!. W. Price. My wife thinks Mother's ,, Kansas' specialty is full-fledjred -
be attention to it.
Seems not to -- -- \ Friend Is tbs greatest cranks, but her latest effort seems to .

food ; makes you The word Commoner, adopted by and grandest .1 i iI i hue developed only an ordinary sort J. W. Bryan of La wder Ill write.

Bryan as the name of his.paper, b remedy In the ', -. of chump.I I .- "My little boy, was very ,low, with
hungry ; eating, not a new title. In 18(54( William M. I world for expectant I FIREMAN'S CLOSE CALL. pnemonia. Unknown to the doctor
is comfortable. state rights Demo- mothers.- we gave him Foley's Honey and Tar.
an extreme
Corry, Written by a Ken- "I stuck to my engine, although The result was; magical and :puutrd
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You grow strong- crat, started a weekly paper in Cin- tacky Attorneyats 1OTKER'S every joint ached and every nerve the doctor, as it Immediately stopped -
TlleralWlChas cinnati which he called The Com -laW.JIl was racked with pain," writes C. W. the racking cough and he quickly
: :nc& Dit. ermorc, ; moner. Its views were those then l I Bellamy, a locomotive fireman, of recovered."
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not too much ; enough is as denominated copperhead. It deemed Burlington, Iowa. ''I was weak andi The Chicago Woman's club, by' a
the war for the preser"iti of the pale, without any appetite and| ll vote of 172 to 56 has decided to exclude
much as you like and agrees Union to be unconsu r.iwnai.: | run down. As I was about to :give
race-
i I bottle of Electric Bitters ni one on account of or
J prevents nine-tenths of the up got a.
with you. :Satisfy hunger WAS HER TERROR. fBIEJD suffering: incident to child and, after taking it, I felt as well as religion. That ratio of respectability '
NIGHT I ever did in my life." Weak, sickly is doing pretty well for Chica
birth. Thecomingmother's I
with"usual food whateveryou "I would cough nearly all nightlong run-down people always gain new go.
j' unruffled
,, disposition ant temper remain life, strength and, vigor from their -- L
Chas. Applegate
writes Mrs. ,1 the ordeal because this relaxIng -
throughout I'
like and agrees'with use. Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed
,.' you. of Alexandria, Ind., "and"could hardly penetrating liniment relieves the by all druggists. Price 50 '

{t. When you are strong get any sleep. 'I had consumption I usual distress. A good-natured mother j, cents. Headache
so bad that' If, I walked a block I: is pretty sure to hare a good-natured chili --- II often wsrnlac that tbt liver to
again have recovered your would coagh, frightfully! and spit; The patient is kept in a strong health Mrs. Nation says she is ready to torpid or inscUv. Mow serious
medicine, condition, which the child also Inherits. die-about the same'principle, doubt- troubles may follow. For S prompt, :
all other
strength-the \ germs are blood failed,,but three, when $1 bottles of Dr.King's ,, { Xother's Friend takes a wife through the : less, that Mr. Carnegie thinks. it a efficient liver torn CUM We*,tai of H.asdscbs_ '.. -aad ill. '.
:dead New Discovery wholly cure l cris's! quickly and almost painlessly. II disgrace to die rich. -
have them. '
killed
; you jne and I pained 58 pounds. It's abtolutely :[ assists in her rapid recovery, and wards Hood'9WhB Pr
guaranteed to cure coughs off the dangers that so often follow de I When you want .a physic that is :
.lf1.ou have notified It, f Isend'J colds, la grippe, bronchitis and all I i | mill aid gentle easy to take andpleasant they row Jttt Jtw. mtori
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sample Its agreeable Trial hot. livery.SoU ncvlsr sctk* .bevels,
ate will throat and lung troubles. by druggists far$I a bottle. in effect use Chamberlain's they do not tripe oilpain.. do not
surprise you. tie free at all druggists. { THE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO. Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 irritate Inflame the Intenul eriMS..:
SCOTT & BOWNE but hue*pastor tents cree& .13&at ,
Chemists Kansas saloon keepers might fine[ ATLANTA. QA. \cents. Samples free. Every box all dmcgist or tor ...u..<
'n Pearl hew wit t Send fOr oar free illuttraied book writUBiprc&dy guaranteed. For sale by G.V.. Co L Hood *Co,Lowell,Mall.urn ,
X400: SL. WIF York it better to provide themselves 1 for eipcctani WO leri. -
;Y 'lege:and $1.00 cyclone cellars. Price.
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;ager asked in return.. I' thirteen There negroes were twenty born in whites Macon and last ,''' -. -..- ,_ __ .,. __-__._ __ _c __._ _..:..... "_.___.,'. .._ r;I
fALU "Ye, indeed; he has grown sons and -
I daughters." 'i, month. Macon iiupulation bids )I f

{ K--vjeis: "Then it is late in the day to report fair to reach :23t8t by next census if ',", I{

f: this illus- F, him:to me. Why did you not report ehe keeps it up. ,j jN F
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; him before? \Ve cannot-separate a ---- -- -
'" trateyourexperi i man from his wife and family, even less than thirty-seven legisl.

.' though she is a 'foreign devil.' lures will be it session some time
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I '. e n c e ? It coulil not adii much of interest to during the present year, and, c.f

{: i t y l 1/\\ And are the readers of this paper to describe thee, thirty- .hree nsienible, tb JmiJilth.
in detail the other leaders of the conservative -
I
; !t .7-1 you wor- pdrtThey are 1'rinceTiian, By the way, there are only

;i > f .d for Li Ping Heng and Tung }'u-Usian six states now whose legislatures The Kind You Have
H A'IRj'ri Prince Tuan is the son of the fifth have anaual s\ssiolli Always Bought and which has been win
'i i i use for over SO years, has borne the signature of
prince-that is, the son of the fifth _
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c q [are*..soon to be bald ? brother of the husband of the empress C. W. Price, the drug{i :t, w Hire and has been made under his per.

: ;: Then cease worry- dowager. This husband was never fund your money if you are not sit- q7 ;zsonal supervision since its Infancy. -

) 'f :.fn Afor 'h' lp is at heard of until her son was selected to ;.tied after using; ('hamt>erlain',; I Allow no one to deceive yon in thig. = r

.. be the successor to the sen of the empress Stomach antI Liver Tablets. They I All Counterfeits, Imitations "Just-as-good" are beet ,
1i ani U.i''You need
: t dowager instead of Kuang Hsu. care disorders of the stomach, biliousness Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health g
; .s metblng.hat, will His greatest virtue is his const'r\atism,
: constipation and headache. Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment
which is a vice. Also his ability as a I .;
pti>E wn'ew"life into the Sara free. I
warrior has been greatly overestima Price K cents. pie t
;i: -hair'. ted. -, ,-- .--- :i iF' -
I i ; i What is CASTORIA >
:: You Four times as many men as women ;
1A 00 killed themselves in New York last ', T

'n.ee>'d i 'r' DROWNED IN A FLOOD. } ear. It has alwajs been declared I Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric .
Drops and Soothing Syrup It is Pleasant.
hair
It
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4 .. that women are braver than men; I
ElfhtetB Hundred Withered Cre
: contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotia
food in all that constitutes true bravery,
tan. Were tlrllmi of Elemental
I substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms tI
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'IWI battles
; s-u 'c-h H Fur?. the courage that patiently
} with adversity. I j and allays Feverishness. It cores Diarrhoea and Wind ;

1 a"8---O.....: On the night of August 12, says the -- -- --- II Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation>
visor 'St Louis filobe-Pemotrat, after northeastern TO-DAY take Foley s Honey and and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the -
"ts"S r..I Kansas had been swelteringwithout ; Tar. It positively prevents pneu- Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural slee&t
r. 'I M I rain for over 30 days, thecrefks : nionia or other serious results from i The Children's Panacea-Tne Mother's Friend.
: bringsfliealth to were drying up and the farmer cold It stay be too late tomorrow.O. .
the. hair and the fall- \\'. Price, druggist '
: j > wire beginning to grumble about GENUINE ALWAYS'Bears
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a "drought," a big black cloud CASTORIA
ying-eeascs. i iJ I
j If we hate as much trouble making -
loomed up over the northern horizon
.h.lr 'always restores i ii Horton was treated to a display of I the Chinese he up to the treaty ; the Signature of

i i 6IoY l :to gray hair.Ptojinieed electrical fireworks and then the as we had making them sign it, w e '
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not look at wind began to blow. A lull followed 1 may as well arrange for permanent I,

f and Horton went to sleep. At about; army of occupation.
: thiity as..if II
were.
you '
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one o 'loek people living along thet'rl't'k -- i cM

I fifty,!for your gray I south of town found water You Know What You are Taking I

.hairmay ,have again (>nddejly rising on the bedroom' When you take Jnne's Tasteless
j floors und in one instance a man cir- Chill Tonic because the formula is !
all the dark rich color9fXouthT
: I ,. .,'' 1 I tied his wife through the water waist: plainly printed on every bottle show The Kind You Have
\ << deep to high ground. The dam which\ ing that it is limply iron and quinine Always Bought

i held the town water supply gave a tasteless form. No cure no pay.
i1.0O a bottM- AU .
druiztsts.M
t : tray; bridges and coheres were 30 cents. In Use For Over 30 Years.
I km IL barber by trade and havoJudtagraat swept out. And all this in about 40 -----
<'J*&1 lo.du 91U1 your minutes i In Topeka (Kansas, of cnur"el), the j j I Tt CI_T.U.GO...... TT BUHIUT CtlMT. MM OM CITt
it J Hair Y1g ur. I tma found that it
i-will do-ererythiilg Out fOil cUiiu The other morning ex- Ja'or Lever crowd refuses to permit the police to '

t' i Mmpldld for.it. Uti( .Kuen itJon mo In my the bustrJ mubt- I ton discovered a dead bird in his path interfere with Mrs. Nation. Kansas

.j _a.ee4't- HD', .CEOBbE, and a loser scrutiny showed more. always did love a smasher. John --- - '__ _. __
iI't "Maicli't.l._. ..'' ..99..-KiOoMflty.Mo. ,I A neighbor wa called to witness anda Brown was one. and Kansas worships n

i "d 'i t! .1t..AeIk ol"'. pailful was picked up. More neighbor him as a hero. Mrs. Nation is one, BUiE'S
i- '' U jou da not.obtata aU the benefits -, arrived and took a hand in the and Kansas is Betting her a SAW MILL. -
I' efpeeW upon)
} 7 u from the me or tho.JItrf.WTlI&Ibe unique harvest. Coal jcuUlrs.a"h.-
\ 'AddnlA. Ilucbu K.J.C. dYER: .. boilers. pails and baskets were pebestal. Four
__ Miles
West
of Lake
.j.orUIfau.YO I -- City.
f -1-4 s .! L i I brought and filled. Sparrows, wrens,
!'11' i I blackbirds robins and every feathery I There is always danger in using> First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to part
I I any
1 > .-*.. '" j tenant of the gro1'l'rl' represented counterfeits of DeYitt's4itch HaL of the City on short notice. Address .
.. One woman picked up 161 L zel Salve. The original is a safe
: : i'i birds. without moving in her step i i and certain cure for piles. It is a S. P. BUIE, LAKE CITY, FLA.

; > fG ItEFOR lpE s. IN CHINA. \\'hen the count was made it disclosed soothing and healing cure for bores

:4i--b, 3.1 e..1 1 l.!OO birds. j and all skin diseases. A. P. Wise.** --
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>(';* VtlM-l '. .*,-... ........ {! "vlroRK I NO 24 HOURS A DAY. t arJson from leadership for making Lnl(8( | Bottling

': i 4 j There's no rest for those tireless j, mistakes would at least set a valuaj .
Sfl Y-a.tndency to say that the j little workers Dr. ble which the a.
i King's New Life I j precedent party might
k resEnt .
p trollfblcs in China arose out of ompang.
; "*i"C IhSblt.Da 1): questjuu'fbia i : is an exfVtnisly Pills. Millions are always busy cur- profit by in other directions. I it .

iiafroiv vlcrt'and it indicates in* torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness -

that; tieohe-Vh* holds it knolls" noth.;'i fever and ague. They banishlick Millions of people are familiar aaitsT 18UlTiDEALSR L -
,
illl* bacltO\htt has occurrtd during;! headache, drive out malaria. 1 with DeXVitt's Little Early Risers,
.ike.p9fb..) tat. "'Utl!'pnHnt troubles Never gripe or weaken. Small 1, I and those who use them find them

,tywfo fiA-tlte.;.i frlY-e"eiTot11 1hec1onditioJns of t.hl''"Id conSl'l\'a-which11 i:;I I' taste em. nice:!.jc at, all work druggist wonders.*. Try I to be famous little, liver,pills. Never Cool Drilkl! Fruits* Vegeta

I. 'iN ty'lkistPW.n Gripe. .\I'. \\ lse. ,, J ; i,
i )hina for -I.fAO year,,; ------- (I I A-
says J. 1..Jlf\l1/lptJ; hi:1fn.ke's. 1 I IIt The late WilliamVooUey, of blesTobaccos: Cigarss ,'
j i A Philadelphian is building $75- ,,
It ,. ] Jtavg lJ'un.-brrc.ffri.-ndsamongthl' :'Churchville' Hartford county, Md. a s. t
: i i'i'Jii '.c;;. :.brR, first, htt-ond, third. and :lilud'rtlj'jrradHatfi. :38OUO; for the betterment of' ;, OOO.OJO log cabin up in the Main'woods. 's
Nuts
.' Thy are joung'rjtfljjjio | ; in that countv. There is And the Philadelphia paperto Raisins, Apples
i: : liarelluiliPd l Kngtih and who' 'chance for some philanthropist J ommend this return to "plain 'I

; I. 1 fidVestarteiI_ '"fcn fUh! schools. Their : j immortalize himself in Georgia ale g American simplicity" without knowing And Fine Candies.aIACFALTL'REKS .
:
,I" sw-Jioots h.ne been: de troyrd by the(con;, the same line. they have said anything bright.CASTOR.XA. .
*tfriktift'S.aiid: for '
the
put"o year '
"-fli
-it: tl"'ili sd far as 1 know are still pur-i Bean the the Kind Yoe Hate Always 8.JugIItSigutule f Bps the Yoe Hatt AlwalsMRS. Boo&Id8iguatme Soda Voter Sarsaparilla Stra\vbeiry.az: er Ae
..a tri1be.likiUj? lice 6f study confident : I IDr ct;; Seltzer Cider. Etc.

I. .#J,1e, l.jnst"1.\iil:.."a thing of the I .. i of : Geo J Davis, Manager
thai
mast! ttCtlFij1 must; come, and I ;
j+:ji.L l ass 'om,1t'they will be ready I h ___ u __
I .* tit:: Sue}; mtti are of the class ofF _
I "t" <' r. '" ';) 2 "w ot. ;; '" '" '" ,
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T. FUNKhas
XlihfsterVuTingfang, Lo-Feng-lo I .
I' and lf r."\'u;; minister to France, who :
i \' 1-opon me a few days before he I received a most f
r f U.1Jed.fcrEruur.I i beautiful and attractive display of FALL The
During our con er- j .
f and Winter Millinery-must beseen -
be
Iwtl i'I< : attempt he had
appreciated. She has all the newest styles Offers to both sexes.a good education
vttsJg ,o
.New .Year's, ,t1 Jiii tome foreigners on j| and shapes of Ladies', Misses' and Chi FloridaAgricultural' along the lines of
day and to them ..
serve with dren's Hats, Bonnets and
Trimmings, together -,
tea cotiey, wine and cakes. with a full line of Novelties in ModrnThouflhandflctivitu.Scientific. 4'
1 1'f.e rour;riativtg of the tsung-li-1 1:1

1 ,:1J1D1fVoultL l.Jilt'b for!
College. complete outfit
!! tty5lt.wjsbed i :' 1'said. '! of apparatus Expenses

i a J'''Ir.lhi": -repJied.'but this thing will | High-class Modestes create from these materials the Short-hand reduced to a miaimum.
I fM&et.; latest dreams cf Telegraph Book.
ti iiuur.-Tbeworldisrapidlyslip-I i fastidious Fashion, and that cannot keeping, taught FREE.
I them but from under these old men's' fail to please the taste of the most fastidious discriminators Send for a New
t ,, f-l't.. There .are not any strongmen i iconservatives. ist' of hixh-class: Millinery. A share of the Catalogue to
t *.u rnpngthe)'(.ung They' trade of the ladies of Lake City and surrounding \V. F. YOGUM, :pres. t
rm "r! iffe t>ini ply* hangers-on: and when these j country is respectfully solicited. % Lake City. Flu.17 .
'I j jv 01" ;ron rvam'l'5 die China I|
can PRICES
: i LOW <
il bed ssBv7s. L. T.
el / reformed. | FUNK. .. >
'vire'f :Mr. Wu is a Eurasian ,| 'i.4"4. FF.e J,6 .J"
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daughters dress in I
.J;Uupt-an clothing when they call- ':
go
t I I T.: *Yn ts fLki tgT2ley: converse freely in I II. A. WILSON.t'ottins .

"iapouese. Chinese 'rcnch and I-ngiibh,
j I' "* dafg lily h sops.\ On one occasion i i "

,jyc t.IJfJhe md conservatives went to II | '
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I !C'lhU't'. _duw_. ;'agtr and said to her '+ -
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well-fitting, styli84-
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Utensils Tinware of And noth-
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"L"fIJ. I t k The covering or rafting is made of best ten-ounce white dllck:leather Ix'armgs.stuffed with clean F
cotton U free of foreign matter. Opened at the bottom allowing collar and names removed.at!
lockstitch of best thread. Every seam and raw edge are on inside ol collar -.presents ravels and
blued and 1It'posively guarantee it tocure or prevent galls or sore shoulders.THESE
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-#.,::..--stores in' order to complete your pur-*- wear as long as any made-
.\Y.c.lUL\'o..c\'crythiug'that: can STREET.'F''l' at less than you pay

05' be desiredjn.the,- '_'DRY;; d .Goons- Y "". .'LINK o' ,.-and ; you are looking for fil1ti -
yoTI will find our departments stocked i can get it here, in
I with bargainscontutlallYj! ( !11Y c *carr-" I- every article in the way
f everythiug'in* the way of'ladies Dress' nrni hings, the most com

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4 -. Willow, Reef and Rattan Chairs.We .
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we,carry everything Hardware, we've got CH': ,thing you need in that line. the market.
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J : Jl! jz i Repotr,_ I1ARKET THE-FLORIDA SYRUP. WASHINGTON-LETTER. -,: \ 7 ORMS. 1{WHITE'S.R CREAK :

correspondent F'y'
From regular
Maple sugar has gone off the buckwheat our V V .
it.; DQDD, EDITOR AID PBOPBIETOR.Sf cakes and taste are yearning! Washington, Feb. 4th, 1901

,- '=i.L-? :A. H. DODD,unlit Editor. = for a new sensation-why not fill the Democrats and Republicans, b, for Years' Has Led all Worm Remedies I :

, 1 f; Official. Newspaper of Columbia County and i gap with our Florida syrup? Of mutual consent, called the legisla fcw 80lD BX .. ;..
: : the Town of Lake City Florida. I to JAM@S BALLARDs :
; course it must advertised and tive game today long enough par !:\ bs .,. F. It 1 :

} V.J'ublh.hed'every' Omce-South ot Friday Courthouse at Late Square.cur Fla.. then placed attractively on the market ticipate in doing honor to the mem -..;:,
z of that grand old Virginian, '
-is there not room just here for ory -
, 11! A<1 mtiiing Bates Furnished the -
; _, upon Application. some of us to make a million or two John Marshall, by attending
:; Entered' Lake second '!! session of Congress held in the .
City postofflce ai while waiting for the factories and 1 joint ,,, .
.T:: :' I I class matter.I = the millennium? Those who know i hall of the House, and taking part u L t- .. .

I Subscription $1.00 Per Year. are anxious to see the experimenttried in the interesting exercises: of the tli1

Ii I : and those who have once Centennial celebration of the ap- THE FLIGHT OF TIME i
Y FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, iaoi I pointment of John Marshall to be $ .
tasted Florida will do
., syrup some
I! free advertising if given the chance. { Chief Justice of the Supreme Court f
: aby, in the last century they used i ll
of the U. S.
The Tampa Times gives us the in
,i even to discuss: ,the propriety of a : I The Republicans will this week try It.
dorsement of
two
good
) woman : newspapermen Leaves a procession of struggling humanity
riding on a bicylel
hold sessions of the Senateto
to night
=
who should for
count somethingwith
=- behind. But it doesn't leave
..Mr. Quay to take i In 1 the fraternity: force the Subsidy bill through.The -
proposes part ) us behind. We have too much at stake

the flying wedge that is going tacStSsTSanAa o j The Leesburg Commercial advises opponents of the bill are not f/i1 < ta ll.Ul+r that. We're>: right at (I:{(,&- '
)lbi Sarmr7S th } >)DlJii2 '\\1C lt-JTcy: uypn el to z.SgtiE. e y.i'iQD '
1uacit
: s sub>)Dy bt ))> .D2)) > D '.
Llme3 to eti. Tl iktfmfneartf
1 the; e4ets teay\ ;: >
> >> sPg a-
bnt ? 3l'3l' s
2,( Cti efsaid
at'ectgac cane i
a g' !
I ccaci
l SbiiJ 1)j be are run. ? this biff fo being con- fijJ wrty we're tee xaale -
stwspapers
I seat, mace tteK 1 > f show ( .l( of 6u3ae' -
.' aloe their old 'Before tafcing ot'l i bottle, or can, or seal air-tight, and (siuerea a quorum should be present, 't a out' Ge
"After taking" cuts with the nameoi i Mr. McKinley signed the army '
sell at a fine profit, or hold till you -r/i1

,Mrs.:'Nation. under tbem'" get that price. There is money in bill Saturday, and the hunt for the I @ .

tbe -business, a greater profit than thirteen hundred odd commissions 1
j tie 'One Hundred Year Club ofj. "
r New York thinks it baa discovered there is in cotton or other farm crop, places at bis disposal, is now in fu. y Goods and Clothing. :.

j.. th* oldest man and, woman in the and the demand will increase with cry, and he is already finding it se It1iJ

: world. The man is Israel Rodefsty I the supply if the sirup is well made e eral times worse than the grip. Ge if

'. I of[.Moscow, Russia, aged 136, and th and protected from deterioration. Miles has been promised the Lieu -
I There is earth like Florida tenant-Generalship.
no sirup on
woman isjjrs. Nancy Hollifield of
Senator Jones, of Ark., doesn't allow
-'. BattU Cr eJrlM ch", aged 117. I cane sirup, and while this may his regret for the failure of the 'fl'i1W

I ", become a great sugar producingstate Democratic l Senators to act as a M. L. Plympton & CO
-New Smyrna 'Breeze : A manual there is more money in sirup- !I unit in a programme of opposition to ,

I! for justices of the peace and county paking than there is in making I Republican legislation, and especially .
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to the Ship Subsidy bill, which tbe Opposite Court House. .
:,{ judges. is now In the hands of thebinder sugar. whole power of the Republican machine tt 'j

i,; and will soon be ready fordistribution. The Gainesville Sun joins the noble I f is now trying to force through "

Iii This book contains band of brothers thus : I I the Senate, to prevent him from expressing r
ie en'hundrt'.r pages, compiled by exChieff.Justice Florida sirup, when properly made I his own opinion. In reply I !f;
'
to an appeal from Senator Frye, for I
Geo. P.
Raney, and superior to that manufactured
anywhere I a vote on the bill, Senator Jones -
i I contains all the statutes of Floridaapplicable in this country. It can at all I said: It is a remarkable fact that

,l. to justices and connty times be bold at profitable J..rices.There I this subsidy bill should be pressed I To my Friends and Customer!

judges, with, some provisions of the w no danger of overstockingthe uuon Congress during the closing
if. i state-constitution, rules of pleading market with good Florida sirup. {days of the session, when 14 appropriation -1 j' I bave Just bought in Genoa. Fla..
j 'I bills the bill which looks to a nice STOCK of GENERAI -MEK-
>
I i'I ,' and.. evidence.., forms, etc. It commends itself and will alwaysbe a decrease of the burdens of taxa CHANDI5E. DS1ot.Ingofl : _
.
I i tion the Canal bill, and ; f > 'f
11n ; given the preference. It is mos Nicaragua t
I observant; correspondent has I remarkable that its manufacture is tother measures of far-reaching importance )Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing[ 'Hdr \\'idre, .?
noticed from the press gallery of th remain unacted Groceries
upon. Tinware Etc. I '
:}il I I enot more extensively engaged in. am now in jMooroe
aena<;e; that a number of senators There must be no limitation of debate -
:, gelid the More of our farmers should raise and until the minority has had
out to afternoon
pages buy
' a': papers cane and make a* good article of ample opportunity to consider this Block Next to Rauilson'eAnd sly\
as soon .as they are printed. .
sirup. Subsidy bill in all its phases, I will ,
When. the papers are brought in the not give m/assent to any agreements ;
will Close the entire
On Stock oat in tile next
senators our hotel tables Florida sirup! I j for a vote." Senator Teller indorsed'
.. immediately turn to the 3U days first coat
'' :.j, I. on which U preferred-this: is: the best test. the remarks of Senator Jones, and *3
page printed the quotations
; : of stocks. This is studied in.t8ntly Among our be merchants of sweet thingscan added inclined a few to raise sarcastic a fuss words because for those the I .,M.: STEIN.,
none found to make business
} i for several minutes, and then a right of debate still existed in theo
,;; I the statesmen turn over to the news of this? Let's get down t U- S. Senate. This does not indicatean

',,I : o1nm 1s. Of course it is mereljrdisinterested busi ness.-Times-Union. early vote on the bill, even if the

i curiosity which inductthe _. Republicans have nerve enough to "" '
n. keep it before the Senate at the ex I
/ senators to first study the stock TNE COUNTY THAT TAKES THE pense of all other legislation, as its 1
I quotations. ., steering committee hasdecided to do.SenatorGallinger .
I ." PREMIUMS. made some ugly I: MEN ARE DOUBTLESS IN A :
charges in of his resolution
i | THE NEXT SENAFE. support
'I Since the commencement of the for a Joint Congressional Committee

tl I i 1 l discussion of the advisability of holding to investigate the special pension 1 QUANDARY OVER THE WEATHER
i I In order to make the senate a legislation. He said that under the _'
y i conservative body the framers of a state fair this year, 'We have present practice a pension bureau

rl" I the been not a little surprised to note had been established under the dome ."' ."""".... ,
constitution provided that one- of the "" """"' ''''... ,,'-&
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that Columbia Capitol,and
pension
county, as a probable attorneys, '
thid of its members should be he believed I
elected for
advised
,
: factor has' pay clients
been We don't
entirely ignored make it: if we did we would prob- -
every two years so that at least that it was easier to get pensions ably be sorely tempted to j
made all the lOve you -natur ,
i.-lMrdi, of't41'at body would always more noticeable by the through Congressional action than j al" ice, about seven days In the week for j _.
', fact that its quite a spelt While
products have taken through the pension bureau. He anticipating a cool ,
be ben who had had j wave it won't hurt
in however
1 experience called to give you a
more prizes at the different state attention to the fact that one handy list for quick reference.
legislation. The number of senator fairs and centennials than all the Senator had introduced 16;: Private I :
who will go out on the fourth of next other Pension bills, and another 145; that ALLIN
March will not amount to one-third counties of Florida combined. the total of these bills in this Con I I
Should the state fair had Need of new Shots Slippers or footwear of
+ materialize gress, almost reached 3.000 .
fi of 'the membership of. that body be he and I any kind and who are not In
a consummation predicted that I
they would
I' devoutly to be be
arise
I ( a large proportion of the senators doubled in the .
next '
wished Congress if
-Columbia some- FAVOR OF
i I county will ex- I
whose terms will expire on that thing were not done to head off i
I I daj have been re-elected. The senators 1.I jhibit, her products and still otheri I cut.. practices. pre quality Paying,high style prices or fit, should for good of Inferior I _
:
il gems win DC added to \o get
I whose.terms expire on i the richly speech made by a Democrat at I
inauguration i this I
1, 1 jeweled crown which she now proudly session has attracted more at I THAT flOTION
I I day are :, t wears. tention than the appeal of Represen I

!1 tf-Morgan, of Alabama; Berry, of |i When it comes down to raising the tative in the Lanham, of Texas, for harmony ,j On for themselves a purchase which at our will
Arkansas; Wolcott, of Colorado Democratic party. By saved. Let _
way everybody
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I
E good, old-fashioned farm of I
crops, in emphasizing his willingness to I I
Kenney-of Delaware
Bacon of 1 rej j
,
\ great quantity and of superior quality ceive with open arms those Democrats I SAY "
,
Georgia; Shoup, of Idaho Cullom I
; ol old who left the regular
Columbia organiza-J j
easily takes
When
Illinois; Lindsay, of Kentucky the tion during the last asked to come !
; Frye, lead. two .national :! guarantee the best
at ;{Maine; Hoar, of Massachusetts campaigns. the market for.ate
t ; It would not be amiss Senator .
to Tillman -
in
F McMillan, of Michigan; Nelson, of enumerate tion calling alien I JACKETS'i .';
to the
some of the absence of
prizes j
r7 which have a quorum IL DRY GOODS :
Michigan; Nelson; oi Minnesota: the Senate, during the ,
fallen to the lot of debate on the I
Sullivan, of Mississippi; Carter, of 1377, Florida ourcounty.In Ship Subsidy bill, in accordance UNDERWEAR .V:; ,
State Fair first with the _
'" H tana j ;Thurs ton, .Nebraska ; Democratic policy of in HOSIERY
; SHIRTS
t Chandler;tfKew Hampshire ;'SeweU premium of $100.00 and diploma for stating on the presence of a quorum, ,
,
best generaLexhibit.In said: "I want to give notice that DRESS GOODS
, of New'/ersey; Butler; of North Carolina the end of
I '' 1835, New Orleans Cotton Centennial the session is less than CLOAKS AND ..'
; :McBride of 'Oregon Wet- one month and
I'' ; away we have done '- .
more, 'of Rhode'Island;.Tillman, of Exposition; diploma and nothing towards passing the """. f ;'
appropriation ""
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i special mention for best bills. Now i ";..."" ,,
; ': South Carolina;.Pettijfrew{: of South ,,I general ex- wants if this administration "

A : Dakota;Turley, of Tennessee Chit I In 1383, Cincinnati Centennial proposes to obtain an extra one session by delaying and 1 I \VE CAN SUIT>t YOU 1 ,

l i ton, of Texas; Marti/ of Virginia; |I inedal'for the best gold everything by this bill, they can have, I, (
,U Elkins of domestic cigar tobacco one, but I want to ,
West -
Virginia, and Wary j say that as long as i
., \ i a, of Wyoming i iOf both wrappers and fillers. this debate lasts, and it will last a I J. E INMAN &
;a ( these the following have been'! In 1889, State Fair at Jacksonville; I Republicans long time, I am going to see that the I GOMPAPNine $
,: I ji rc elected premium o; +1 0.00 for the best will have to listen to it." i
I : i exhibit.In general Senator Turner, whose speech I ;
6' i i Morgan, Berry, Cullom Dolliver.! i against the Ship Subsidy bill was a 1- PHONE N0. 4 NEAR DEPOT.
I I'S H }! FrjejJIoaij McMiUan, Bacon, \Veti II" i 1889t at Louisville, Ky., first f luded to by Senator Frye, as "very .,,
? premium and amusing" and as "'''''''' ..
more, Martin, Tillman and Elkius. j special mention for notance," showing "dense ig- ''''''''''''''''''',.. ;
+ best general 'I gave MrJFrye a
exhibit.
scoring -
J McLaurin will succeed Sullivan, of ; that he will not soon forget. He .
In 1891
first -
I, ,1 Missippi; Blackburn, Lindsay, of premium of$700.00 and compelled him to admit "that there ?<********KHKHERBINE.
J I Kentuky; Foster, Caffery, of 'Louisi t i special mention at the Sub-Tropical might be errors" in some of his .. '

$ { I j iafla; Carmack, Turley, of Tennessee; [ Exposition in Jacksonville, for best and figures then as said to the that working Mr. of the bill, -
general exhibit. Frye had
: I' Patterson, Walcott. of Colorado: vicious job on his conscience a
All the' and
I' ; Clark, Carter, of Mantana; Burn exhibits mentioned above could not afford to laugh at anybody, Tenthsof .
( ham were made by our genial Clerk of and that he had laughed .
Chandler, of New Hampshire showed that .
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Court would -- .
lIon. ai.1l. laugh in -
: j t Quay 8ucceedshuB:.elf;frora Penn Scarborough, and midnight a graveyard at -
if: 8Jlvama.I.... -I\ is-but a partial list of those from our charge of; a that crime the and man was who had Pure Juices from Natural Rookl
i county pushing a ,
which have -
The taken steal, had .
senators to premium no reason -
be !
I elected to laugh all -
1 are : at the
T- : I Republican, two from 'Nebraska, two It has always been a principle of Mr. I. body. He referred to Mr. Frye as any-"a "-EGIiIATES

!, from MinnesotatWo from Delaware Scarborough to never let an opportu i for gudgeon food and smelling around in the mud R- tfiE Fret Stomach and B

j 1 ojne from New r nity go by of publishing to the world 'with the accepting" the decayed People Cleanses.the
t
l I' Jersey, lne.from Oregon the good. During the latter System, Purifies the.f....
magnificent I
f I; one fromlj&ngaV and. one fro m capabilities of our part of the speech Mr. Frye became Suffer: -' .- : > '

). Wyoming; Democrats, one ,.fro'North home soil and climate. so Chamber angry that he left the Senate : .CUMS 11Im.,BiUD i lsness--CDastl 1f

.1 ('arolin':!and'op....'from*Mon-' 1! Mr. Turner and had did finished.not return until from 'a '. : StollCh and t .
tana.The. -.r i j, ; Impaired Djge .
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i :; Repub1najgF. the net tie -- "-
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DiseasedLiver. '
4 .@irswill have complete con ; ErtfJ.... ...... tl6I Sa

;- ". r f.the senate as of the house, and This JfUtore it on every box ol the geouiai AMERICA'S Greatest Medicine la j I !r: ._"T.r.

i ail see high jinks iu troll Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet < it poa. ;4 -. Poe GO Centa.1.J .
v 'the remedy that ew!s lea 1st ... sesses unequalled curative powers and i 14 .. j -... .::-

4 -: :: its record f cures is GREATEST, 1 Prtpani 'Y .mss P. 8AW.\D, Sl tosis.. ,

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St. James Parish School will !j

:IRS:. T.. N: [ [open next Monday morning at 9 I] ,

r. W'ii :[o'clock. Tuition will be $:!.OO per I

| FINE month for children under ten years I This Space Reserved fort

[of age, and $:!50 per month for children

ND over that age. The attendanceIs
: .niss H. RILEY -
limited to twenty-five, which is a

: : : will be the children will be
given
:. :- u. ,.;t. ." 10'VI. I . ,#. thorough.Miss Leading Milliner. _

I ............Wi ..stoc ..Oolng..at.C05t,1_, Sophia C. Martin, lateof f
Raleigh, N. C., has been engaged to
1" BalWilC formerly occupied"by *_ .. t. A- F1rrJ' teach the school Mss Martin is a ,.:i ji

,....................................... ........., Southern woman of rare attainments
..................... ............ and has had nine years' experiencein I i LY .

.lJ f l"L ', teaching primary and intermediate ----- -- -- ---

An Important fleeting. classes. I. .... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... .......... ... .AI.. A. aAshley's I. W. Harper is the gold medal
Notes.
Local News
'I''I'pn Experimenting With Good Roads. hickey of the world. Highest .
; Thursday, pie14tfiTth! | Board : j :Fruit Stand
t. j --; j tv* ot-Tfustees of the-Pfdrida'gricul- We take pleasure in commendingthe i is the Po&toiliee.Mr. awards at Paris, 1900; Chicago, 1893;
Mrs.L. F. Sonicspgnt Monday: In .turahsoUege will have a meeting, board of county commissionersfor by New Orleans, 1383.' Unbeaten and

Live Oak. ifll/iAfcri/ a.. antrgt iBe 'saW time Gov. W. S. the admirable step it has takenin I T T T T T .... T .... T T .... and unbeatable. Sold by R. W.

Mr. H." A., Grant spent Sunday 1n Jennings .'and some others, whom he the direction of securing good Coxe.

Jacksonville., ', _' "' will sele'ctVwUl meet with the Board, roads. : Mr. M. M. Lee, who for the past

Garden seed of aU kindi.cheap ai;. and together. 'they will make a thorough appropriated The board, at Ji5its 8 ,recent which sum meeting will, several years, has been engaged in o o..... ..... ..... ...... ...... ...... ..... ..... .... .... .

Young's'drug store. investigation as to the needs ofthetdllegeT" be supplemented with contributionsfrom the saloon business in this city with j DELICATESSEN at
---- almostat - --":;-' citizens amounting to $ .>2.89. Mr. II. A. Duncan, has been granteda
Seed Peas beans and corn ,
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for the Ashley's Fruit Stands.
of the road
The m'eetlng will be- held for theTpurp03e'of purpose claying permit to conduct a saloon business -
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a
Younguirug .
cost at IIlor ) leading from the corporation line to
'gathering Information the of in Tallahassee, and left the city 'T 'vv-'v'v -
M. M. Scarborough, Jr.; made a top red hill. The distance is 'v'v 'v 'v'yyvI'e
tolJ peVVtli
business trip when thVmatte'r of making thirty feet wide and clayed twelve that place. He is quite a favoriteof a clubbing rate of 80 cents

Best hand picked North Carolina appropriations to the College shall feet. the connoissieurs of this city and with 'the Commoner, Mr. Bryan'snew
council
has
seed pinders at Inman & Go's. _j8-4t be should The.city appropriated will be equally so with those of Tal-
** t **** j considered.Tbe legislature 160.00 to continue tbe pavement nn lahassee. paper; that is, you can get the
Mr. R. T. Radfore'returned home and doubtless will, be liberal to the South Marion street to connect with CI'VIZI N-REPORTER and the Commoner -

Sunday from a"shbi i-t buaineJs trip-to ColfegeT'ft should"provide a way for the road. Like bad dollars all counterfeits of for $1.80 per annum, cash in ad-

Greenville.! u a, "* ,,1 the addition of several departments To Cure a Cold in One Day DeWltl's Witch Hazel Salve are vance.

Paints, oils, glass, putty and<< war- thatwill De' ImJalcflUbte- : value:-.....to....... Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tali- worthless. The original quickly ,-- .. 1

nlsh s 1n any quantity Young's"drug the students F1 fiJ:0 lets. All druggists refund the moneyif cures piles, sores and all skin dis- STATE OK OHIO, CITY TOLEDO, IB

store. it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's eases. A. R 'Vise.I LUCAS C'OUSTT. 0"
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he U the
Mr. C. K. Weller was called to Damon and Pr signature is on each box. .>c. I -- .eniorpartner of the Hrm of K. J. Cheney &
? The little Missionary Band of the ,
., ... Co. cluing business In till city of Tolrdu.county .
Jacksonville Tuesday to attend the \ -
At LAsti I and state aforesaid and that said
Under the auspices of lhe, local Daptiat church will hare a pea-nut
burial of relative. inn will pay the sum of OSE HUNUUIU
a lodge'of Knights of Pythias, the play, At last! Coyly-yet timidly, it is hunt at the residence of Mrs. C. V. IH1I.LAKM for each and every case ot catarrh
Mrs. Mon rief, of Palatka, is visitIng Damon and Pythias, will be presentedin coming forward-an ordinance to I' Waugh on Saturday afternoon between I Catarrh that cannot Cure be cured bv FBANK the use J. CIIENEI ot Hairs\.

in the guest oMierdaughMWtafcjO -. this city OB the 8th of March, The prohibit the ubiquitous rows from ornamenting the hours of 4 and 5 o'clock. I I presence Sworn to this before 6th me day subscribed of December.l la A.my ii.

tel;MrrrV. Nf mJa: yV.Ulext present the playat the public thoroughfaresand I 1 18WJ.-- A. W. GLEASON.SEAL. .

M1 *. Pink Juiderson, of Danburg, Gainesville; on the lith;' and at busy marts-with their presence I Notary Public.

c:1.tiie to t ttJ..tlW ftikG1t k Ocala, vn>hc>13th and 14th. The I and]ioaulldng" in their destructive Green Groceries at 4shley's M Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internallyan
of Mid Armies| Bellows? plays'wfU be'given for the benefit of propensities. Aid. O. R. Parker has acts directly on the blood and mucous
I Fruit Stand daily.Mr. surface-ot the y.stem. Send for testimonials
A very pleasant church social was the widows' and orphans' fund of the given notice that at the next meeting tree. F. J. CHENEY Co., Toledo.. .
I of the council he will submit an .. .. .. .. .. Sold by druggi t.'.Vic.Hail's .
lodge. .
given at the residence of Mrs. A. B. T T T . T T T Family Fills are the best
ordinance
: dealing with the cow and
Small Wednesday evening.Mr. r>" '''The company" is' composed of the animals of similar propinquities. -

;archiectiof best'- local talent and the members For the mild but
many past
years
Arthur B. Gilke
Mr. Harris, of the Butler, Stevens WANTED Reliable man for
'studying eardebtly that 1 agile cow has, in Lake City, been the
are so they
Jacksonville, Is visiting in ;the city, Manager of Branch Office we wish to
object of a veneration akin to thatbestowed & Co., of Savannah, was in the city
guest of Capt. Thos.,CWatU.. will, be able t6 present their differentdoles I I. on, the sacred ox of India. this week looking after business con- open in this vicinity. If your recordis
r in a'manner O. K. here is Kind-
that but an opportunity.
can cre-
We can account for the long, unin-- nected with the Florida Ginning Co.
Mrs. J. E. Hughes, .ot Cedar Key, ate favonible'comine'ntor criticism. ly give good reference when writing.
of the bovine
terrupted feign dynasty
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is visiting in the city] the. guest.of THE A.T. MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSEClXCINNATTI
) ; 'f The public remembers how well the in no way but that some of our Persons who cannot take ordinary
her sister Mrs. C. C. McCormick. OHIO.
play'was, presented on the Lake City former aldermanic boards believed pills find it a pleasure to take DeWitt's Illustrated catalogue' cts stamps.
.
I i in the doctrine of transmigration of
Mr. J. H. Gee former resident of
a
stage list tarj'-and ,when told that souls and held an ancient tradition Little Early Risers. They -
this city;but now Jacksonville;was it is the object to make it even bet- I to the effect that the cow is the are the best little liver pills ever f-- -
in the this week business.Dr. made. A. R. Wise. T\U- J. L. NIBLACK,
city on ter, and that, with a few exceptions, I Itlie 1 abode of departed aldermen.

A. J. P. Julian'has: purchased 'c st fs1'the same, assurance is Taking the view that the cow is PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON_
. the old Episcopal church' lot; on I given that the play will he presented i j I: but an alderman going through one Secure seats' at Wise's drugstorefor Residence Phone Ho- 41.
j lof the inclinations in of a
the cycle '
. in a manner well,worthy of a large : Al O. Field Minstrel. This /
which he will erect a handsome residence life. we can see very readily why the Headquarters at WISE'S Drugstore. All
. for rent. 1t attendancex. I I different boards have with-held their company has no equal. they are up- messages left here will be
I I to-date and have been with promptly attended to.
strong arm and permitted that animal greeted
Mrs. C. H. Mathis;accompanied by I II to destroy ,where it listeth and crowded houses and a good send-off LAKE CITY, FLORIDA.
j Mrs. Johnson and Miss Lucy Phillips, 'I Another Title In Disputec'itle roam where it pleasetb, unharmedand everywhere they have appeared

: of So{.Fao\i ?spent/TueWaT* InI I! ;r to tbe-striioflitigatf land\in-\ unmolested-enjoying more privileges this season.

4 Wbit betCfa than the ayerage taxpayer. '"' '"' ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ...... ..... ......
9tr1nj store ofN'ilsson.l's.
nJ ''t II tfrtnit: .lh But we hope the superstition has
Mayor MI*Cone and bVIde re turned 0. andtb; 't.t.J: \ l jra. ISIsnow succumbed to modern civilizing influences s : : A LOT OF BRICKS :

home Monday and were treated to in Both the S. A. and that our present erudite ULISS' SEED POTATOES

I a delightful serenade by the Lake L and Butler &., Stevens, of Savannah council will pass that ordinanceof I FOR SALE BV '
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t ,course, we know it will. all varieties, at ASH
1 City band that claim tjie.property.Mr .
| evening. ? w (
j Mr. _, G. P, Haile, local agent for theS. LEY'S FJJUIT STAND. 1 B. THOMPSON. :
Everett Scaggi., eLJackaoai : Stops the Cough and Works off the
i ville, spent Sunday,in the city,'vi A. .J;.,, was,-.surprised: Wednesday Cold. :..

iting his sister, Miss Wa.vie.-wno.ij taorolng.. when on entering hU office, I Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets -

1 the guest of the Misses VintauU to find that the.iand. bad been fencedin cure a cold in one day No cure, no I I

We large wellselectedstock by the orders of-Mr. S. B. Thompson pay. Price 25 cents. I, . .- t t t
# a and <<
carry
representative of Butler & i ____ :
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of and all +
t | drugs chemicals pf Stevens. In.company with Col. *N. I. ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... .... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..
. kinds-anything you want j and see U. Harrison, he immediately secured "
jI advertised call at Young's drug.store the services of- two negroes and had j Ashley's Fruit Stand Reserved For
.for It ta the fence torn' down. The work was I '
is the Postofficc.
by : : ,T. A. FISHER Os
( Miss Nannie Flint and her sister' made effectual when several strong t ,
-, attached to an engine, were .
Mrs. C. L. Davis of 'Ga arrived ropes .TTT.. TTTTT"T'TT',
Albany! ; ;, 'I
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fastened to the fence, and the engine .. ? w.l. &
( i in the city Wednesday morning! I then run off, carrying the fence I --> I

t [ and are the guests of Mr. and'Mr .1 with it. I, Ask that Streets bs Opened. j
. A. Y. Hampton. f's soon- as the fence had been' i-
I thoroughly demolished a warrant I TWO petitions'arc before the council ;,

j Miss mile Irvine, who has been was sworn out for the arrest of!I asking that two streets of the | -

j visiting friends in Atlanta for the i Messrs. Hale and Harrison and the j city be opened. One was to open j 0

past several months, has returned two negro hands, who were carried. West Escarnbia htrect, between lots i -
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f o
before Justice. O. O-R-Parlfer.
bome/jtothft 67 and 68 the first street south of
" I delight ot her mai and wiU.be ,
it friesdDldt h ltf.f I ;1i lard caseAra.optioned: 'lth inst. \: I Railroad and running parallel withit t,
South Her-
and the other to
; open
1'ijtf
i- '. T)1 ,iS\: ..tie JB MfnatjelsI wHU.pr U f i t i I nando street to Foster Hall. The I. -:

' I pear at Henderson's opera ,house, School Board Proceedings. council has the petitions under ad-I
'!, Monday night, thq Jlth J net Tfiis# \in visement and will take action at
, ;a f. School Board met regular ses- its next meeting.
companyranks'high 'iirinHis.trel3y j ..:___ I
I lion in Lake City en Feb. 5, 1901. Afull I
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feel
and when
is well recommended by the After exposure or you a j
I press. c -1 board pies nt." The minutes of i cold coming on, take Foley's Honey i

I! last meeting, were read and approved.' and TarIt never fails to cure and | WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOPS
Clyde Taylor, who has been en- i *'Phe board granted" }:iIi viUe school i iI will prevent pneumonia or consump- f "

gaged In the store of M. L. Plympton I I an ass'istantfteache at $25.00 per I tion if taken time. I IJJr.iss' I AND CITY EMBALMER

&Co. during the past yearV-left month 'and' six desks. Warrants O

i Monday to take charge of the bush : to 2146 for .
? pea of hU father' log.-camp near1Savannah. 'J5el."sui2frOmj j SEED POTATOES : ):
purposes as follows: ; ,

1 Lake Teachers salaries 1709 00 j ikll varieties, at Ashley'sFruit : .
City will doubtless soothave -- -- -- - ---
very H. A. Wilson, furn. schools 84 KO '
free mail delivery. ,yS.Seju limy Qanue, .Lake City s.h. 12uoiSupt I Stand. febl.2t'TTTTT.
'
Ja P. Taliaferro has consenWd'idtake Salary "' .W00 .. .
the matter before the Postmas Mem': board, per sJiern, mileage 980;, TVTTTT. 'ilNTOW OPEN:
of lake' City sub-Uis- -- --- --- -
ter General, and to do alt its his Vowtr I Eipenfte i
to the ,, trlct No.'2 200 C. L.. I. Officers.
desired end.
Cap: 1)I ..H' >I. )Scarborough recording i, ,!THE "DOLLAR BAZAAR."
Cadet Fleminb who has beenat deed 200 I i At the regular business meeting of j I

home since the holidays seriously CITIZEN-REPOICI.E5: printing,etc.5 2 i j jpiat.Vuuu I IHolrowed the C; L. I. the following officers II I _

illhasjeoveredb.ia'healtlHjfcd re- tI btirrgwdd'fyut13' funds a' 1032,673lot 3tIjl were elected: First Lieutenant N. II 1 ... Nothing over one dollar-but the most for that dollar.

turaea to aYtty'lpidaj tA'kte y Tras..<<>miD ; $ e -t: I twU o a !4'1 H. Cox was elected captain to fill the Shoes, hats, clothing, underwear table linen, cutlery,
College BIa mpaDinf't' Mm >at : IN.4e slat. ir".0 vacancy caused by the resignation of towels, statiorery, notions, etc., etc. Too much U> men-
4. the train nde8corted liimiio 1 the I -r're 9.'Yo _Turner tufneJln school Capt. H. P. Baya; Second Lieutenant tion here. Call and let us show you. ,
barracks.Hon. warrants to the amount of SM3.8G. J. Kinard was elected first lieutenant I '

s ,NQ further businets on hand the I I and First Sergeant II. Hel-
R. T. Boozer, chajrjnia o/.tthe boanT'adjourned to' meet again on venston, second lieutenant. JOUR PRICES DO THE TALKING. :
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4 board of The new officers are well worthy ,
county commissioners, has first Tuesday of March, 1901. i .
delegate'' V I .i No lire (lied Yoe Helen
who I en buying medicine. Get ....tin Always Bolt
could
more ably the
county at that meeting represent than CoL,F Hool'; Sarsaparilla and have the !I. : '
Boozer. III LAKE CITY FLORIDA.
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: : 6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Sstalbished.r I8jtRhdilmilhism .

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of petting a suit of clothes: that will Notice is hereby given, pursuant to : Fire! Fire

; last for 20 Sears; that will east only i;iSection: iJ9, Revised Statutes of I) Fire ,
a third wore than a suit costs now, $
1t f. t and that iris:I 1 h. absolutely waterproof Florida, that the Board of County :!I! It comes like a tbtef.both day and nib t and steals away your Hume or baato.:' 1
tbe risk without Insurance Protection. 1Iii 1
Rheumatic pains seethe cries of protest 1 I You cannot afford to ran EepreT.
1 tortured without appearing- beso.. Commissioners of Columbia county, tent the very Best Insurance Companies and will take pleasure la '
and distress from muscles aching
I f oiitioni/e! is rather an overworked Florida, will, at their regular meeting Insuring your property. Prompt adjustment Payment
joints and excited uerves. The blood has I ot all Low* guaranteed. I make no share for writing -
4 been poisoned by the accumulation oil:i word bat u fits this ease exactIj. ? on the first Monday in March, I!I policy as usually charged by other agent

I waste matter in the system, and can no Instead of hinjring: Tapa's pants :' HKtl, consider the question of erect- Oflcat 103! H,ra ado St., sear 8.yUrt Ch rct-
! longer supply the pure and health sustam- I will: Mon fit ".** the refrain Hill! -
ing a court house for aid county. T. R. HODGES.r PHONE NO. 34.
ing food they require. The whole systemfeels I run: "Joliiinie sour will wear pa'spang"
s. the effect of this acid poison ; and for when pa once begins to j Done and ordered by said board at I II ,I ,,M rfBSBiffBfciwit! .wfeWMiEW| < ff wJj JgBgUWtWiTiTo Ri
j. not until the blood has been purified and wear these extremely useful articles: i j their regular meeting held on the I I IJirst
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brought back to a healthy condition will l before Johnnie has got eut of dresses :Monday in January, 1901. i iR. '
the aches and pains cease. I! T. BOOZER Chairman. I I
be continue to wear them for the ,
a Mrs. James Kelt of 707 Ninth street N E. j I may :
Washington, D. c..w.il..s as follows. "A fed ; next 21) years, and bj that time Johnnie Attest the Farmers of Lake City and Vicinity!
months ago I bad an attack of bctatic Rbtuma will: bare
I .' J: tisminttswoNfonn.was so intense that Thepain I ;I i I same with little Mary and her moth- i j 1 Clerk of said Board. I j rI: who are desirous of using -

.. ( became, The completely attack was prostrated an- era skirt' Instead of cutting down Lake, City, Fla., January 8th, 1901. I -

,. unusually severe one.and the garments for the girl the moths i
my condition was regarded will them for Now that she has finished her new I )
li I wear a generation or I
ed as being very dangerous. Storage. i
ii I was attended by \ so and then turn them oxer to her book, Mary E. Wilkins will take a .
one of the most able due. .
: ; tors in Washington who is daughter. turn marrying. MR: o. A. 1 MANN
aba a member of the fic- .
i of medical Oil from the Ocean. ---------"
ulty a leading
college here. He told me Eight million gallons of rock oil are i iIN ;: Wishes to announce that he U increasing the capacity of the Ice rac...:..
Notice of Divorce. I!
to continue his prescnp. and cutting in Cold Storage rooms to that he will soon be ruii1
_, tions and I would gel well. After having{' filled pumped each year from under the bed THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT to receive HAMS, SHOULDERS and SIDES for Cold ?
twelve times without the slightest
benefit, I declined continue receiving his treatment ant of the Pacific ocean. I Court of Florida, in and for Columbia | Storage at reasonable rates. dj-Ja d. Fis
longer Having hearduI So S S (s..fI'xSperiM County. ,
f"', recommended fur Rheumatism I ileridrJalmost. QUEER ACCIDENTS TO GUNS. IN CHANCERY SITTING: | c
in despair however,to give the medicine. a irul : Sarah Murray Com pIt. J ...
:g' and after I had taken a few botlUs I was able 1C I Ii I' "s } Bill for Divorce. 1 '
bobble around on crutches,and very soon thereafter MUk pa OB a UrltUa Battleship That 'Gabe Murray Deft J P. J, BECKS'j
bad no use for them at all s, S S having J filed In tbis
'# cured me sound aud well All the dutiessmg I I Canted Fear! Amoagthe j 1 It appearing defendant by affidavit is (
that the Gate Murray
pains, have left me, my appetite bas returned t| Crew. cause and j
not a resident ot tbe State ot Florida. j CONTRACTOR C BUILDER -
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and I am happy la be 4gaia restored to perfect : tbat his residence is unknown and that there i ,
bealtb. While the British battleship Thun- is no person in the state.the service of sabiinena. .
the great vegetable I deter was oft Milford Haven Wales("' .on whom would bind the said defene- ,-I
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\ purifier and tonic, is 1! ant tialie Murray It it therefore ordered
5S S the ideal remedy in all I not long ago a curious accident to i that the said delendantGabeMurray.be and ...LAKE CITY FLORIDA...
: ,.j rheumatic troubles. one of her guns caused much alarm i is hereby required to appear to the bill ot
: complainant herein filed on the First Monday : | A PLEASURE TO QUOTE 'PRICES.
: There are no opiates 01 I among her crew. A target had been : in M trch. A. D. wui, the same being
d minerals in it to disturb the digestion and put out for practice with the ten-inch the 4ih day ot -aid month and rule day :/; CALL ON tif BlFOng SfHOtHO AWAY FOR THIS KIND Of OJU. ;
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,. lead ruinous habits. i' med by order of tbe clerk ot the court, and I| .
When '
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| brrechloading
guns one was in default thereof a decree proconfesso will
UF I: We have prepared a special book on 1 fired by electricity only a portion of | tic entered against tbe said Gal* Murray as ,j. '
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Rheumatism which every sufferer from the the i I provided by law. 'i .
I projectile was discharged,
J: the Honorable John F. White.
; ,, thispa !fnldiseaseshoulJreaJ. It is the Witness
r' bane plate of the shot and a portion Judge of said Court as also M. .M Scarbor- j
most complete and interesting book of i ough. Clerk and the seal ot said court at'
of the frame left in the .
:1'1 I the kind in existence. It will be sent free i being gun. the court housein Lake City, Florida this I(
't to any one desiring it. Write our physicians 1 I When the plate was removed the pres- 17th day December.* ). ;i iI SAY !
dl '
i :I of forced a of .the I -- M. SCABBOBOPGH
sure portion
fully and freely about your case. We II gas ', SUI. Clerk Circuit Court. i I
-; make no charge for medical advice ft (,i projectile from the breech of the pun -,- I .
,
.; J THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. CA. '' On the second pun being fired a hole

r I I'I'I about three inches in diameter was j I ,
-- -
b'own: through the projectile the I Do You UseStationery

1 MAINE'S CANNING INDUSTRY. ]j other part of the base plate being left : KodolDyspepsia .
behind Tie base plate was in this

j One Hundred Lad Seventy-Five .'ae-I: case separated from the rest of the i ?

t't'j toritf That Par 1,4OOOOO a I projeeti'e.: s
,n I tear la Wage*. i i Such sfrti'ents are belieied never

t PfI'\iOIlI'IJ to hate occurred on board t' Cure I

g: I !! According to the report of Hon. any ship. There was much alarm :' If you do-and every Merchant does-

i't\t S.V.. Matbews tate industrial and among those in the turret. as the
:
'- labor commissioner, the Pine Tree I bursting of the guns was for a time Digests what you eat. I we can save, you money en your orders.
There is difference in ob
I btate ia the champion saraine canning I feared. It is suggested that eitheri It artificially digests the food and aids i a Printing I:

i j community of the country and is third i I the powder in the projectiles was Nature ia strengtbening and reconstructing -!I'' Neat and artistically printed Stationery

'11 j on the list of states that can sweet damp or there was water in the puns. :, the exhausted digestive or- ;I is an advertisement for a man's business -

::.., T, corn. In fact, Maine U the' only So far as can be seen both guns are 1: gins. It ia the latest discovered digest- commands attention and shows

""- T. state engaged in,the industry of putting sound. ant and tonic. No other preparationcan that the merchant U progressive and up- .
F: i up small herring and other suitable approach It in e> ciency. It in*
Pneumonia Can be Prevented. relieves and permanently to-date as a business man.
stantly
j I fiJi sardines.. There are about | .
Indigestion Heartburn On the other hand, "botch" printing
I; Dyspepsia, ,
175 canning factories within its borders This disease always results from a -
Flatulence Sour Stomach, Nausea, is deal
a great worse than DO printing
the value of which is about i i cold or an attack of the Trip and 1: Sick Headache GastraigiaCrainps

$1.214900, and give employment to i may be prevented by the timely use all other results of imperfect digestion. at all. S

13,000 operathes. The amount of 1 of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 1, Price 50c.arid ft. Large site contain!SK time A blurred, smeared up job is a reflection
wages! paid in 1699 was about $1,400- : small sue.Book alUboutdyspepsiaouLltaitreePrepared on a man's business, and in this .-
:; ;j j (00; to the farmers for corn, $311.000, I ThatTcmedy was txten-nvely used ;; ty E. C OiWITTA CO C&leogo.i age of good workmen, firstclass machinery J
''I: I! and the value of the entire output during the epidemics of La Grippe I and
I i ------- artistic type, there is no reason
fj : 1 1 of all the factories was $5,306.0s9 durl during tne past three years and nota : L
: why merchants should not the best.
: iiijr the year, quotes the Xew York single case has ever been reportedthat get ,
I' t a/yyyyytlrtYlbtYtitYtYdtrYtYtrtilYtYtYthtlititit
.. l llf I Sun. did not recover or that resulted I L

; I Over 11,000 acres were planted to in pneumonia, which shows it to be a !! i Three Papers Week !
::1 sweet corn in 1899. The canning of certain preventive of that dangerous

'" clams blueberries, apples, beans I.' disease. Chamberlain's Cough : We Can Do The .Wor

I I squash, pumpkin and small fruits I II Ii Remedy reputation has for gained its cures a of world colds wide and |1 FOR ABOUT THE E

I( i seems to be on the increase according I grip. For sale by Geo. W. Price. I 3 PRICE OF ONE.. : .or
I to Mr. Mathens' report and he I Ij -- ----- f !

does not see any good reason whj the 3j, men in Congress only I | This paper and the Atlanta t I business and think know what
we
the indik-trt should! not increase I E''l i Twice. for good
J are church members. An exchange : a.-WcekJourna1
Iii I work is and how
just to it.
'p largely in the packing of these aitic'.tf. I execute Our J

:tr! : He also sass that it app ars t.> thinks the proportion might $lG50 i I office is well equipped with new and

j : ; be generally conceded that the corn, look much worse for the churches. : i i !, artistic type and firstclass presses and _
Why, because there might be
more rE
J I
I !i' apples and berries of Maine ar* superior of them? | Here the of I we are prepared to turn out the very
you get news t I LF
::1 f in
,.. qua.itj to te ame productsin best class of with
printing
i -- neatness and
the world
and all local E
:
l ether states, owing, doubtless, to HOW TO CURE THE GRIP. I your dispatch.
t climatic conditions. In Kind of i I news while it is fresh, paying ,
ijl every Remain quietly at home and takChamberlain's e F We are not unknown to the people of
canning men women and children are | very little more than one : I,
: paid remunerative wages, and the Cough Remedy as directed I paper costa. Either paper is Lake City ; we have served them well .

.'1 j canning factories give to many poor and a quick recovery is sure 1 well worth $1.00, but by pet in the past and are now better prepared 1

r I.'. families their only opportunity for to follow. That remedy counteractsany | cial arrangement we are en- { than ever to give them value receivedfor

:r earning money. I Ij II tendency of the grip! to result in i ;2 abled to put in both of thorn, their money in the future. We

I| Pneumonia, which is really the only giving three papers a week I solicit a share of the patronage of .the '
1
j I WILL LAST TWENTY YEARS. serious danger. Among the tens of j | for this low price. You can- public and guarantee to turn out thee i
thousands who have used it for the
1 | not equal this anywhere else best printing and in the most artistic 1'
c- grip not has ,
Durability of a New Kind of Cloth to one case ever been reported !
f I Be Manufactured by Mill that did not 'recover. For ; 9 and this combination is the t and up-to-date styles.

IB E. laDd. } sale by Geo. W. Price. | best premium for those who t

'"I I A well known--- I I want a great paper and a .
I; i If the plans of certain English capitalists I medical journal offers :
home E
Take those and
c I do not miscarry it will be this advice: "If the child does | paper. !

i f possible ere long for the economical not thrive on fresh milk, boil it." ,, | you times.will keep up with the I flt Prte th6 LOW6SM

parent to purchase a suit of clothesu I Why not begin by merely) -spanking i :I Besides F
the
a general
hich news
be ,
may passed along among his it; it may learn to like it after *
sons for the fifth of a century, saysi I awhile? i: Twice-a-Week Journal has :

the Chicago Chron cle. Mills are now I I much agricultural matter Letter Bill '
I and Note
being built in England for the manufacture I Reports show a greatly increaseddeath ]I and other articles of special : Heads

fi' of this kind of long-wearing j rate from throat and lung 3 interest to farmers. It has : Statements

dti material, which can be turned out troubles, due to the prevalence of j i 3 regular contributions by Sam & Envelops,

'4 in almost any color wanted. Think croup, pneumonia and grippe. We ,I .t Jones, Mrs. W. H. Felton, : Tags Cards,

I I INo advise the use of One Minute Cough ; John Temple Graves, Hon. :

Ij Cure in all of these difficulties. It i is''I C. H. Jordan and other distinguished EI Programs, Posters

Yerem7 the only harmless remedy that gives''I a writers. :

'4 f j immediate results. Children like it.l I Call at this office and leave your E Visiting, and Business Cards
II A. R. Wise.
; : subscriptions for both paper You f

I H %'\ I If --- ., can get a sample copy of either paf Ball Programs,
Teddy
crop : wants to go up againstthe per here on application. |

1. / 3 .a icanbegrown real strenuous life lie ought tOj!4 i :frTTTRIitT! F'.FRT'P4.T'NN'fl'Ii' Wedding Invitations
r ,
I Q I tackle either the Creek Indians or ,(I
II
Q Mrs. Nation while out west. Moun- ''I Pamphlets Tie Checks

without trio lions are too small game for a
hero like Ted.: Punch-out
j -- Potash. i "' Tickets, Etc. Etc.ook4Uorh .

'' '
Supply I



h ;, ash enough and your Pot, l PATENTS ,t ONORRHOEA TH a Specialty

profits will be '
a CLEET .
.
( large; without'Potash pr.aptly p v.&U IO TU. Bead yodel.aketca, Y I
orptaw s.r trot ..
nporIu pawatSLtht' L "How. CURE Prompt Attention Given

; 1 your i aOhtaau.&uSFor.igallt.at.aa4Trad.Marka Pa. Fume terms 'er oferod to I......... SAFE SURE
,
'Ann UWTDI 0' II nAil' PUCfJCL.uf'l.1MX t to Moil Orders.
crop will be ) PATEIJTS .CURE. YOURSELF
g iaMaTFEuriLS.l <: I
t t ..... ..t. I ra..e&.or e..r..w.e$1.00..r a.acatsrs

Our book, telling about"scrubby.compouun of fertiWifct3 teC. A. SNOW & Coe .. .\- --"'-_ ..,. The Reporter :!

adapted far all crags, an free to all faan:. PATENT LAWYER, '- .- Job Office !
GERMAN
KALI WORKS,
1 gl. Office, IASllUlGTDIf, D. C. l
Nassau Si.,New York. i Tor gale, tIIAKE ::-
by George \V. Price.

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Established 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. 7


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GENERAL DIRECTORY. .. t 'xsxaxo: xotax > 'G.6' c 2dtdhxiz c x"x_ tDON'T

CHURCHES. ::: plant System. Ir !


METHODIST-Rev. F. Piston pat-
tor. Preaching: every Sunday at 11 The Great Through Car Line From Flo>Rida. STAND I .
a. m. and 7:45 p. in. Sunday school I
at 9:30 a. m. Epworth League 4.00 CONNECTIONS : 'I iil1! _ON YOUR }igAQ3 i!

p. m. every Sunday. Prayer meet To 1 The Atlantic Coat Line, via Charleston Richmond and t tVta V I r- '. ,
ing Wednesday evening at 7:45. The East I Washington. I

ADVEXT-Services every Sunday 11 All Iatl. J| The Southern Washington.Railway, >ia Savannah, Columbia and I I G1 II ill AND III =-=

a. m. and S p. m. Sunday school 10 : KICK
---- -
a. m. Prayer meeting Tuesday The Southern Railway via Atlanta I r'i .JQ .,
Jebsup, Chattanooga It
evenings 8 o clock. To West! The Louisville &, Nashville via Montgomery. I II T the poor Printing you have been I I

EPISCOPAL-Rev. Curtis Grubb, rector. The The Southern R'y via Savannah, Columbia and Ashville. Ip(I'II)!il '" using when You: can get the Best

Preaching 2nd, 3rd and 4th The Mobile & Ohio R. R. Ua Montgomery.To as poor. Our prices are I
reasonably
"II'
t I (! consistent with
u -to-date
Sundays in each month at 11 a. m. i
and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school at Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for Sew' ; j\/ \ first-class work. We are prompt. I II
9:30 a. m. The East } York Philadelphia and liostyn I i 1(11 i: fuf Avoid further trouble and annoyance I III IIIi
Via Savannah and .Merchants & Miners Transportation i I I by sending us a Trial Order. I

PRSD'TERIAnev.: J. C.. Timms, Via Steamship.To Company for. Baltimore. i ''Ii e iii

pastor. Preaching every Sunday WE Y WEST) -- SIIiI;i THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE. II
'
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday and } Via Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. H. L. DODD PROPRIETOR. I
School 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting HAVANA. J 1 1111'9
LfiM0Tr.T
Tuesday afternoon at 1
j o'clock.every To Nova Scotia,1 s t tr.t.'eT M' ;;;!0 T"J't TI)TM
Cape Breton, 1 Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship I0'I E.0..0 "X.0.e.: 0..31e" <;j DR --
BAPTIST-Church has no pastor. Ser- & Prince EdLine for Halifax Hawkeiberry and Charlottestown.
>wards bland.j
t Lea held Irregularly. Sunday school ,
1130 a. m. Prayer meeting ThursW Winter Tourists Tickets will be on sale throughout the Northern Eastern. PI-an A. B. CAMPBELL,
day evenings! at 7:45. Ladles Help- ern !and southern States to all Florida Resorts via Plant System daring the season + os'
1IMMMH limited to return until .
May ]tat with liberal stop-over privilege in Hortda. JACKSONVILLE. PLA.
log Band meet every Monday even Addresses ot parties in the North sent to tie undersigned will be liberally
ing at 3 o'clock. supplied *'Ith.allinformation and handsome advertising matter. I'a rgans "OLD RELIABLE."

WOr Information as to Rates, Sleeping Car Reser\ations. etc., call on or write to Established In IO78.
CITY OFFICIALS. r. M.JOLLY Division Passenger Agent
138 W.Bay Str Astor Block,Jacksonville. Fla.

M.noa.-F. P. Cone, W. B. DUB Savannah Gen'l Superintendent CJa. a W. WBE.VN. Pa,..Traffic Saiannah.Ga.Mer.. IKimball, Whitney Hinze.

CLERK & TREASURER.=-W. N.v(',. ---- -- -- u_ i i ...THE BIGGEST VALUE ON EARTH.--II

ASS&>S a.-W. W. Phillips.COLLECTOR. All kinds of Small Instruments and Trimmings. Easy Terms. Low Prices.
.-IF. J. EdwardsMARSHAL. Send for Free
VESTIBUltb Catalogues and full information.

.-W. T. Strange. SEABOARD AIRLINE -

ALDERMEN.-/ E. Henry,tprettdex; I (t"1ITEb, 1'-- ... ._ =- ,_. --:

S. L. Berry, .3!. L. Plymplon, 0. R. 1 DIRECT UNI..

Parker J. E. Jnman, J. E. Young,
NS
R. F./ ogert. TRAM RAI L WAY SOUTHERN ...QUICK TfiWASHINGTON v

DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE I INORHI TO

COUNTY OFFICERS. .
EAST. I 36 .SOTTHEKX DIVI UO.i --7 I 31 '

COUNTY JUDGE W. 21. Ive Lv Jacksonville.tAr .._._ !0 .iI'u-p 131aLJ; k""nville=. !!I 9 I'l-a, 7'W 1 BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
Kernandmi_.._ I1 ] I' !'Ar Baldwin._._____...__._ ... 4lal K i
SHERIfF-IV. Jf. Hancock. Ar Everett__t tAr ._ 1'1J)110 !,.. i'sip .. Waldo___.............__ ...... na'IU3.; Ni! J.b.- NEW YORK,
CLERK-if. II. Scarborough. Savannah..._......_. 131 p Ila0pll45aSOIa taineaville.----- I .. ..
TREASURER-/. L. Turner.. Ar .'alrfax.hh..?_-._. SOOp -... Cedar. Key------------ ... .; :stir t.p-; : CINCINNATI, LOUISYim, I
._.
.
Ar Denmark ] '
98F = ._ ...
"" ilv..r8prng.
ASSESSOR-J. -fi. Brown. AI'-Columbia..,._: _.... S "II 4 r.tal..I.+ i Ocala_.___..;.......Spring-----------..... 11111.j:.Ild' I a !I ATLANTA
LUXTOR-C. Jonet.SUPT. .. Ar Camden.--------------- 7351 6 __ Wildwood..__.._..... ....' := 13 1 ], II
Ar l0 1: ._.. ..._. ...... p *
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION L. 1 aj; Leeshurg '! : : ,.'pI3SO BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS
Ar Raleigh.__......_.. ,is a a'uaua' '.-- I"Tat ares....__ ...........i I!....... J .1 f !a ,
Amid. ArPort.moltth........._: 71tUaiS!! so p455ai5a.pl. .._..- (,rlandoAr ..__._. ...; 1Ua I CHATTANOOOA
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1'. Booz Richmond Va-.-.... : : ......_ XVmter Park-- .....--__-..', h.... sr: : PI RAILWAY ,
..
chairman; Front Smith, Oeo Washington ___ lI-l;at! 9 3D p ._..--. I Ddde City._.......... ... 3 306a'"' n. LOUIt KANSAS CITY
Ar Baltimore. .. ._." 33 ....... ___ .
-- lOUBajll p. Plant City ..._.. 4 IK 4
.A.Smtthson T. W. Qetzen and A. .. u. I u.i a |
Ar PhiladelphiaAt !. _. IS ]up1Y66a __.... ................' ....
Tampa
P. Rumph. New York._.....___. ;S 113 pi 6 ti al.; .___.. -=:-_- =_--_001lOa_ _>> I And all Point Eat sad .....
BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 'T. I ..
I Conneetion made at Pernandina
Hen chairman S. L. Berry andJ.
y ;
E. Wise. I with. Cumberland Uoute steamer CJ NO OTHER LINESERVICE AFFORDS t)
'
leavin: Fernandma 1::0 p. m. daily I LIKE THIS.
.- WEST D v. 4N.O- 3. L I: except Sunday, arriving Brunswick t

COURT CALENDAR Lv Jacksonville.... ____-I 7_30p_I_905 a'j" p. ID. _.- THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA IXPRIIS, I
Ar Lake City..r.........:... 8 U p U ii)'a I I Iitiuup.u .
Third Judicial Circuit of Florida- Live Oak. -!_.::: ._ :topi, tLeave Fernandina for Jackson Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. f
Judge, John F White, Live Oak, Madison.._....._._. -.-'w M p i w p | Ulle 7.40 a. m. and 2:40 p. m. .'
: Monttcello.__*._.....:._.... 111 a( 3 Lip THE UNITED STATES PAST MAIL
Fla. .' L.
State's Attorney, L E. Robinson, "Montgomery___ ..._____1 s wai.I' \ Arrivals at Jacksonville from northirua' Via Savannah and Charlottt, N. C. t
*SL LoutaTalUnatoee._._... ,___1 7 .... .. ;
Jasper. ;Fla. ....__.__; _._, loua :a 3. 1' & east, 10. .; at !1IOa. m.; Xo: 31_at_ 1
SPRING TERM. | QlllBCVt ...--4 :;\3:50\ p. m. From the west, No. :0, .:_1>> THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED,
River Junction-.L.._.. "L P I). m., No, -I. .:! 10 a. m. From the gout h I Via
; Jaaup.
Jasper, Hamilton county 4th Tues Pennacola...._.... .. .. "
f Mobile__. __.. ._- --..1..uu t!o a ,. No 44, at :SO a. in., No. (titi, atlU'j:
in ""
day January.Live New >. Orleans._..__._.___ -.-- 13 I. 40 a p. m. THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS,
Oak Suwanee county, and Tuesday : i
------- --- -- r----- --- Via
Jeaop.
in May. .
Lake City, Columbia county, 4th No. 44, solid vestibuled train between Jacksonville and New York, including ,
Tuesday in May. i mail, baggage and express cars,' day coaches dining cars and'through' Through Vetlbuled Trains Pullman Drftwlaf R...
,,Mayo, Lafayette county !nd Tues :I Pullman sleepers between Tampa and New York, Atlanta and j, Sleeping Cm, Through Coaches Elasut DliJit CAM.
day in June. Nashville. Nos. 31 and 44 carry Pullman buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonville ;

Perry in April Taylor county; Is Tuesday No. 6d and, solid Tampa.vestibuled train consisting of day coaches, mail, haggatfe Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville sad CIMIMIIL &J

Madison, Madison county, 2nd. Tuesday .I I and express cars betweenJacksonville and Washington and Pullman via Ashevllle, N.C., and Knoxvllle through "THE LAND 0. TtUI "' .

in April. sleeper between Jacksonville and New York. t

Nos. 3 and 4, Pullman buffet sleeper Jacksonville .and St. Lo'iUua Through Trains via Southern Railway an sow Oy.rta4ia >
FALL TERM. Monticello, Thomaavillc and Mont>romery.r Connection with the PUnt System teem Jagitsoavgk.t .
Jasper, Hamilton county, 4th Tues.I I Steamers for Key Wet and Hivant-No. 27 makes connection at P., f
day in August.. Tampa with steamers leaving; :'IuuTJa.'huradapsandSaturdays.
Live Oak Suwanee county, 2nd Tuesday '[ Nos. 2 and 1, bleen.-r bi'tw.'pn X.-wOrle.mi and Jacksonville. : SUMMER EXCURSIQil TICKETS it Vlry Low Rates ei Sill Juil HScptN.tlM-

in November. E. ST.JOHN, v. I,:. \l'IiEE. n. S. ALLEN,
'Lake- City Columbia county, 4th i ht \'.-P. & G. M. (yeti Sup't Gen. Pass. Agent. For rates,schedules and Information call OB or tddreu t tku I
Tuesday ia November. i j i' Portsmoi'th Va. W. T. C098Y T. P. !..

Mayo, Lafayette county, 2nd Tuesday ., A. O. AIACDO: 1I L, Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Fla. I III Wst)a,lltNJaatMavW4.
in December. .. J. U. GULP. A. A. TURK 8. R. IA1DNtCs,
Perry,Taylor county, 1st Tuesday in'.' ____ __ __ I I| Traffic Mtntger, Gen.P.....Agtuhlngtoo.. .1aI1.Qq 1a.,1 !I
October. | Washington. ,D. C. "' ,ft C. ltlaala,.a. r
Madison'MadLjon county, 2nd. Tues-j,i GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY. I :. I .

day.In October. .- --- --.--- -- ---
t.i -
I i SUWANNEE RIVER ROUTE I -
-- -- -- --

\ LOCAL TIME TABLE. 1 1i


I ScHEDULE EFFECTIVE OCT, I, 1900. i I SUPREME .
.
Subject to change without public notice. I I

!I II
S 1 2 4 I
Dine Qdct.U.1'IOXS.. Quick I Dixie 'I R I'I'ERS
"
FlyerStep>> _/:'/'OII'I. Flyer
I 111 Mp III' 11 a0a ni .......... ... ..... .. .. ..... 4 I'HllU-- 4 lOa mIn .i
1 16 u 12 5'ip III ... ... .Una.liII\. .. ...... .. .... .... 2 4$ 11 III 2 52 a III137"11I

I 33 s'm :140 1 :ii) I'1II IJI\ --------------2......... ......... .... .. .. .\ .2..il.1II+ I' III 2 2158 3lam n1Siain MEN'S all bat is Correct ia
2WiprJ Lv.... ......e ltlt'It!..... .... .... ....Ar. 2U I iiii 215aii3ti for
I 2 a tit 2 50 P \11' ...... ... .Ashburn. ...... ... .. .. 1 :S IJ' m 1 i\.i a nS Fine Stylish Dressing
10 a III 3 au II mr... ... ...ririou.. ..... .... ...I v .2 &i II III I10 a 111
1 3 15 am 3J1IJIW LY.'liftrot.... ............ : :a.i 1, ttt 12M a 111I I HATS LADIES, GIRLS, MEN, BOYS
: 46a11 4 Ou p III ....... .. ...tipurls... .... .. .Arh'! u:! p 11\ 12 2a DI ,
,. S 67&U 4 16 P \11 ..... .. .. .. 1rurtpiur. ...... ..... ... H u tit 12 ll a III I SUITS and CHILDREN.
4408111 ioap' III At.\ ald",.. .. .... .......I':1" lUa III IL :ap n\ ,
4 40 a m' '5 00 P U1 ly. .. .. ...\'ahotL .. ..........','.Ar II h1 IL III 11 :VP p 11\ I OVERCOATS, The Largest Stock and
TRAP(MARK2ALKEf8 3 34 a U1 601' m ... .:...... ..Ja'er.......,. ... 100:111\: I03t11 m I
601 a m fI 36 p m .. ....." 'hite i prill'i... .. .. ...... I It :J:! a III 10 In I' 11i \ UNDERWEAR
i 6Aam 'jkJpm Ar.-Lake t'ity........ ... ..1.It te1 alll !140plllIS I Variety.
Us m 72lpnt 1..L\kcL'ltv..... ...... ..Ar$50ain: 1/2itpn' I and
I .7 A"JO. an 8 :3V In ... ..... ..5antt'wiu City. .. ... ... .. 7 '0t m II Oci P 11H \ I II BEST QUALITIES,
lJ.Ia IU 8 3j p I'i ..... . ..U.lm\'tou.. ... ...... .. .... 7 37 am 1521' u0Li \ II I FURNISHINGS.LADIES' \
sis 94ipm Ar..Palatka ... : .. .1.\' tl'ixw tl4Uptt I -- and always -

UAI\loS\'IIU. }'LA.t I -
LIVE OAK I the
IS 45 am 7 d) P DI .... ....Lake liI\'.. .... .... 5oL IU u'O p 11s'm \ Ii II i
t I a III I 8 3i I p 11\ II.v. ...... .. iI I1."ou..City.. .. ....Ar\I\ 40 a III 1 >:; p III I Tailor-Made SUITS, SKIRTS,
!IMam 9.JJ"1II .. .... (:: .. .. ..... t 45>> 11 1\1 7 OO a IIi' \ i t Waists, Underskirts, Under LOWEST
wear, Hosiery, Jackets,
WHISKEY NORTH BOUND 1CHEDUI.FS.. I II I Capes, Fine Neckwear and AI
_VU Macon o( O Kv, X U & St L Rv. Ill Cent R R and connections. II Furnishings.
l' -- I
I DOlI a 11DolO p III Iv. .. .. ..... Lake l'iq.,......... ..Ar 60 It 111 1 ItO pre -
SOFTENED BY AGE. 413prn 410A: ........... :\ .... .... .. ... .\. ip.1U ll"Oat I Boys' and Children's Supples,
I. 1 3.'ip m j 25a m .'. .. .. .. .... .A.tlania .. ... ........I8 :K.Ipm 7 511 a lU'IOOam Ii i .
I Awarded Gold 1oo:11\ .............(' a..l.v 25i1)\11 31L'ialll' SUITS, OVERCOATS HATS, CAPS,
Modal at Atlanta! Exposition. I 640am' 65.i mr..,,. ......Nia..i vplle! ....... ... Iv !1101'1II 9 plI1241 \ I UNDERWEAR tad FURNISHINGS.of .
>> m 716.11\ Ar. ... .. .. .St Lnaiy. .:.. .. .1\ 84tl.h816am_ V"

Ia the ,best and purest 4O.ip 111 7Oia m ......... ...titu.nttll.: .... .. .. .LY II \JOP ut 11 OOI a1V C. 0. n Shipment with privilege cl mjiWng before att
913p m HOla 1\1 j.\r.. ........ ....bicago. __-- .. .. .1.\' 700"1\1 I ... ... I U. faying. lUlL ORDERs glKniReclar WI.d .
Rye Whiskey sold !I -

I Where no time \shown trains> not stop. SAVANNAH, GA.
In the South. i- Trans Xos. S and 4 the"llixie Flyer" have through sleeper et\\een St Louis. Mo.I ., I r !
and JackMonville.KIa. visYaldosta. auJ firoiipli jisrlur Mt-epin? Macon and PJatka. open lor the ret'epuoii uf posse gers in I'nioi Depot Maroi\ ,
R. P.BALKE & CO., Proprietors 9 JW p m. sod remains in Vacua l'lIinn.'It- on reiiuii until I'M a m. and canoeenuted In I
until that time B. H. Levy & Bro.
CINCINNATI.u. So A. WILLIAM CHKCKLEV SHAW C. D. FISH, ,

1 ..net to vat bc4 offic win .. Vice President Agent. take City, Fla" I
Me hI.w C. B. RlIOItK, litany" Dl ENS,
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Runsthrough cars to Pensacola, 0
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( Mobile_and New Orleans, to Birmingham easy in the treatment I i o 6 99O

I ashvilie and St. Louis, to I B r of croup and mistakes ?

. Louisville Cincinnati and Evansvillc mean the sacrifice of >

; :". and'to Chicago without leaving U r little lives.Foley's : nG

C train. ,For rates, schedules and Honey and Tar is '

J, sleet'in .ear to- reservations write to or : ra It:;. unconditionally guaranteed by

r{.: ; canon ../, y I ,, j Itl, ., every dri #i* to cure croup i O
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4:t B. II. HOPKINS, Fia. Pass. Agt. ,, '"'I' 'J. colds OI yajiRg cough and to I 0 .. The Great Question_ 0

i. 2X>West Bay Street, "" =-'=J prevent: paaviorxiia, which so ,

;* \. Jacksonville. Fla. = '\ often fefiowa diseases of little i it Now a lays is how tot save the dollars If.you'II let u_ ell
'f 1- Ij folks. +* accept a substi your Hardware waeL- the question mark will disapi...jr
t. C. I. Sfpx, G. P. A.,- I 1 .Ii\f'I \ ** and you'11 have most<>i your dollars: left Mmev .a'inll; u.
Louisville I tote. It tsgy cost a life. Foley'sHoney .ur strongest point A lung experience. bas tacgtit us HUH to
Ky. i f O buy savingly and we diiuk-the ..a..illg"Itll you.
I and Tar is guaranteed.
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J. Odjfers of Frostburff Md., 1 I I 1J Miss SUvis S:HTiz. Middlesboro.
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:: writes: .1 had a very bad attack of \ ,1 bad the croup very bad. 1 fife her t'i \. .
s kidney complaint and tried Foley's \.. ; '' several doses of Feller's Honey and Tar p

sir Kidney (!LIre, which gave me imme- .\. ..\ .,". J and sated she her was liie.instantly rel eved. It +

diate reliefs I was perfectly cured ..II........ ,, .
after.taking) two bottles" Take no On "' .
t substitute.. G. W. Price, druggist. For cuts, bruises or sores BANNER SALVE is best. i 0p

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Sold Gee. W. Price. I
,Notice I by
Garden and Farm Implements
h hereby glYeu that 0" thirty days from .
this date I will on bebalt ot the state ot
Florida. Issue tax deed to f. M. Douglass; tor
tbe following described land to-wit: Tornado and Guclone Insurance. and Builders' tiaterial.O .
The SE H of NB M and N H of SE k of Section FireS torn : :
:33. Tp 4S. B 18 Eait 120 acres; and SW ,
*i of NW M and NW !< of SW qr and E' of
S W qr Section a Tp 4 3. R18 East. 130 acres I BEST AMERICAN AND FOREIGN INSURANCE I .
embraced in certificates Nos. Sit and 377. I
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COMPANIES REPRESEXTED"' '''' !
witness mv land and seal. Dec. 21st. A. D. :
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:- I !l. M. SCARBOROUGH Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. ,
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it Men and women to appoint agents and Teachers and Prospective Teachers
Ii represent us. t-omt t<> travel utherst I
r local wort. JIJ+ weekly, salary and
find
,' rxi Bew void CkUblUhed house, I will Review Classes at tbe Lake
) iklsaut permanent positions, rapid City College
J advancenu and increase ..t rare
"i .j Write at onre. Address. _
.1, ft*.,tillTLtK $; ALGER. I $20 COVERS ALL EXPENSES
di rfVpt t r" NEW HAVEN. C'oss
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1. ', I Send fur circulars to
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Jewelry l\ i I W. F. YOCUM, Lake City, Fla. Prom t_liiley, -

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so-called jewelry. From aI r.I i -- -- -- --- --
t ;Jftuuut) watch chain toafi\e ceut I {I
; slick pin. -'Jewelrjhn cume Ube > OtlGOe ae aatztaa GOO itOtmil'41VO:;it 7\1\i a ls*
a staple article of dress. You g
I will buy more or less ot it; see THE GRIPPING BROS. CO.'S

I I .that.. ben you you pet buy,what toncaa.De you }pay sure tor ,I I PLANT FRUIT Dejcrfctto u4 HhstrtulTella tat8o ee I;

ot. this it you will kay of i !; HEAT i -

I P.. B. Summers I PROFIT WkattaPla to Crow u4Jbr..I+ L
The thermometer will Soon be climbing to the Summer : lie Great
'; | Columbia City Fla. I beat mark. You will soon be wUhing you could i r 0 R ,
it : who has a lull assortment of the ,Il I contrive You .to net along without that awfully hot range O -Mote SUktof fnili (l tile 5.itt. i
: ,]l ff F.MAIN CO. goo>d:;. Every article can.7"v I a Pushes, Pears. Plums, Persunoou,
ot these good is fully war- i, Higti-Qrado Trees Nut Tree*,Gnoes, Figs, Satsuma ud MkerOnmgeaoa '"
ranted to lie exactly as represent Ip II I A i Citras Tnfoltaia Slock OjBenul '
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BLUE FLAME.
ed. A printed guarantee to this Low Prices Trees, Rows and eferythiig lit Uu
: effect is given with each artule I it grove, orchard or garden AddxcM

.. ,, ,' Dtorc.ot these goods-purchased- at tbeir J Jf O convenient Blue Flame and makes economical an ideal heat We have for cooking-quick.Stove, you want o O : CATALOGUE FREE.Nar ... The 6riflino Bros. Co. I

i W. F. MAIN CO. % It costs but little and is a great labor saving device. -9 ;
O All sizes-\'itb or without cooking utensils. O '
j Eastern Factory. cor. Friendship and I : erre*and Test Grounds t_ POMONA NURSERIES f"i
Eddy SUgu.Provideiue. K.1. We..tera O { Macelcaajr, Fla. Jacksonville, Fli '
!l Factory largest Jewelry Factory in I
i the*ortar,East lowa City.Iowa. Over I .
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I I 32.GU feet of Hour space. ,,-,.. I 1"1I I \ 'R.g9 ' .. .9Q.9 t

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'pi.- Oiliee upstairs the rear of Pi ice's liraStore. ? :, "Iron I Afford NOT HIGHEST =

i :..l.iKkl'itr... ru s PRICE }
1 King" I -- ItYou'll suT.caf '
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f. pe.tl' 1 Lake city Fla. .

;F s20HEI SON 4 fc snfi I i I husbands make the

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: LAKE CITY AND JASPER, FLA. ; Have Better Meals! and the Gook a Better Temper.I best husbands and f
yc t Will do a general practice in State and L their food can best
Federal courts collections and ..
conveyance W
,.J I ing Lake City office: Second floor Vm- carry the most comple line of Crockery Queens- be prepared on the
''Ifi taut Block d1> Ul'.l-lvr. ware and Tin-ware in ineptly Just what you want- .
prices the lowi-J lOusidering quality ot gosidsTinRooting .
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I If{4 I T., HODGES- : and Gonerlng a SDBGi ltu.r NewEStnterprise

I I( Attorney ant Ca\v und So-
C if', UicitorTri Chancery.
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; Sl'l'cluattentiongiven to Commercial col- g REQUIRES LESS FUEL r
\ j. lerjiucs and execution ot Deeds, i
Y r H..rtg.iges ana all other Legal THAN ANY OTHER STOVE
I f. papers. Office: U6 Her-
it. f. nando street .
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:";...' T. B.- ; O.'LI ATTORNY SL B Re- AT LAW. Saving Reading for made from Southern material by Southern work-,

d ( ; LAKE cirr. FLA.COLLECTIONS. men, and giving ideal satisfaction in ever 200,000

I f COM1dDLIAL Busy Men homes. Retains heat and bakes better than
.... 1 A SPECIALTY.OfflctJ and Women in any
i' other stove. Sold under
tlaiiou street, up stairs over: Mis. guarantee. If your dealer
Ii T A. edrry'a Building tormerly occupied by /
can not show
I i:"<>:4i-r .Caliaway you the New Enterprise, write for
It j [Practlt in all State Courts,
vrom4 atten either
$3.ooayear of
I thin t* all liu inei. Mortgages and IK-t-iU THE OUTLOOK our seventeen department Catalogs, and.
a Ui i\\ s aiul aiVnowlea' >'i-Ucuts taken. .A cut a day r a ;: :; prices showing
fli: !| ? ,ItiSTiaiHCHASCBRirOE everything used in the kitchen,

ianfr96) 'COLUMBIA: 'COUIiTY. dining room, laundry
A Weekly or dairy. A little postage
Newspaper tad Illustrated
i :. TJ. -- -- of world luppcnings week an in trief. clear-cut Magazine in one. Tells tie story stamp will save yotr many dollars.. .. a a '
c every paragraphs. Lyman Abbott <"

J.i.S 1 I : .SWACKARD is the Editof-in-duef. mi Hamilton W. Mabie tic Associate Editor.

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.MERCHANT WiLOR. JACOB A. RIIS| RALPH CONNOR PHILLIPS & BUTTORFF

Tbe mist line .Tlu. author of"How the Other
-ut Tailoring Goods ever Half Lives"will Under this
pstudonym written
were two of the MFG.
CO.
hut j m town" Every: Pattern is correct give in THS OUTLOOK an intensely human and vivid most sinking of recent novels"Black Rock
and
Yow'e Ii have nodifflcvUv in account: of his experiences as a child in "MtmerviisM 2Stevie
making a Denmark The Sky Pilot" A nTvel or
new of Canadian
I ,elretlm. Donut....noi ourordrrsa in immigrant in America,a workman, a traveller, and -i
> \\ay Western life by this author will in TUB ,Rupe Tflar Vaster
appear
o or is |t w Gays for a pair ot Pants-but a reporter and finally a student! of tenement house OUTLOOK ,
the
during In spirit,humor,
year.
pathos
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,all aid see my line ot CkK>la.make vourGlotiiea problems and an efficient aid to Theodore Roosevelt and strong character-drawing it is even lid Grates. :

: t lIay"-lc t1.h iI 'rh'ct and have Fit GuUanteed.Hoods made up gam e ut writes reorganizing.,un simplicity the New,humor York and police.yigor. Mr. Rus Its predecessors. superior iaV.arrai...".HCTJUl.....OUUIW... ....I._ J-

Dud, Gleaned and Prejsd SPECIAL To introduce THE Cblaa,Crockery,Glassware,leys, ;

e' |College Boys Snits Cleaned LYMAN ABBOTT OFFER OUTLOOK to new readers Art lid Holiday Goods.
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r a I And Pressed. 75 cent eacn. WiDCOI1tibuluseriesofimponlfttpapersonfunda. we will send it for
inenulponk4 principles as applied 10 twentieth I WHYllLE, TEXt(
two months' trial for ,
Satislactoru-Wbrk rt.lleed. century{ro6lemi It will be called"Tm RIGHTS 25 cents provided -
N.MABIOH ST PHOSK 0'MAM, and will define industrial educational and this mentioned. Address j
No. w paper
religious
as well cs political, rights and ..
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