The Citizen=reporter
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 Material Information
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: April 12, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042460
oclc - 33283557
notis - AKN0324
lccn - sn 95047172
System ID: UF00065510:00018
 Related Items
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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,":- C3LCKI1 Const CITIZEH, EaUb. 1886 j Aug.U,19000. E CITY FLA.j FRIDAY, APRIL 13. 1901. Vol. XXVII No. 22 _

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: Memorial Day Exercises, Friday, I

April 26.
The 'olumbia county association,

I Son of Confederate Veterans, has ,,

; :.: I GUE5T! arranged the following program for Ii i

: Decoration Day:

,,- i Assembly, as usual, at court house
: I 10W a.
square m. I :
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You may recoil from him with horror The following order will b: observed !

but you cannot evade him. The I I byl.. M. Scarborough, Jr..
-: young and the vigorous, as well .s the who will act as Marshal of the II
;, r old and the feeble, are his piey. He Day:
makes no distinction lie is: an un- Lake City Hand. I -

:, ,welcome gutS in many homes to-day. t, Battalion of Agricultural College
. lIe enters the palace of the king with Cadets. !
9 impudence and makes himself home
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< I ) in the abode of the humble. No homo Columbia Light Infantry. Ii!I
;, is too grand for and none i Veterans of both armies. i I Ii II

1 R so modest that hewillpass It by. I! Stonewall Chapter. Daughters of I

, I Of course this guest., you do Yuu not may care slam to entertain the- I the ('onfedcrac}'. No other article used in the domestic

: door in his face and bar every window Sons of Confederate Veterans. ;
of the household has
in your house, but he will enter on the I Speakers, mayor and committee j I economy so many

.j w ings of the air, by night as well na by in carriages. I i enthusiastic 'friends the housekeepers
, day, leaving despair an J death iu his: i City officers. among

track. Lake City Fire {) ;: of America.
" The best thing for you to do when I prtlll.'l1t. i i -

" he pays you a visit is to treat him Secret societies, citizens and I f No other article of food has received
tight Treat him properly and promptI I school children. I II !.
- ly, and he can have no terror for 1
you. such
commendation for
Treat him lightly and with dtlllvllnd I AT THE CE.METEUY.Music. emphatic purity _
;"; he will fasten those lean fingers'of his .
I and wholesomeness from the
deep dowu upon some vital organ and : Prayer, Rev. F. Pixton.. I most em
; theu you are undone. i j 1 Introduction of
I speaker! by mayor j input authorities. '
is dreadful
disease. It
a : Grip a strikes i
!I Iddrelf
: by lion. Frank Adams of
deep. It uncovers every weak spot ins ;
your body. Weak lungs may meanConsumption. Jasper. I
} A alight derangement of the kidneys may mean linghl's I I: Decoration of'gra\-e>l. The great popularity and general
1 Pueue. Heart Trouble is followed by Heart Failure livery vulnerable 'j'qrt'colleys by cadet battalion ,j
:: to reached by Grip. i: :
point of the
Powder to
'< .Qal Ine Is too Blow to cope with Grip. Don't use it. Discard it at onre.Tb I i: over graves of soldiers. i use Royal Baking

s. ', *issue of Grip Is Life or Death: or worse than Death. A once strong man I 'Paps.i !
'-to 'pith all tbS life and energy sapped out of him is a pitiful thing. Death is |i AKlUiNOON.I I I attest its superiority.
; Mttf than inch an existence. I Dinner, I p. in. !
:" guy womae aad every child that will taU IL It 18 a superb Grip Cure drlvl < i I Joint meeting of associations immediately j The brat Baker and Pastry :
:- par Iran of grip potion from tbe Yltem. It does iU work quickly and enecuvely. Jt arts after dinner. +! Cook"containing over 800 mostpractical Avoid the imitation powders. They
stases IB u hour It enter*the blood and begin*la neutralize the urlj Pweun'eithiu and valuable cooking receipts are sold cheap because they are
;: i toy plkOM Uw victim beyond the point 01 danger,and before the end of the week ruddy I -- -iree to every patron. Send made from dangerous alum. But alum is a
;,: tt,*iatu tUj MIllO perfect health. ; show postal card with your full address. poisou to use m food. I
Tba who uk the Tome and depend solely upon It are safe. Those who do outdo so ] Reports a greatly increased i
,2 itn dives In Jeopardy. UU a wouderiul medicine, and la liU times teller than death rate from throat and lung I I _
5nl dolDf 10 a I1A&le day tbarwhlcu tbe slow and uncertain Quinine can Dot do inKaMttMtUaofthUTonleftlwayioahaDd.
Ttsateyti If at all. i troubledue; to the prevalence of I II ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK.
You may need It any moment end when
swvafttttyoa want It badly. Men have driven over rough road lor i>miles lo eel it. I I croup, pneumonia and grippe. We t
i' IfU pri sewer UOU.OO. none Mjonld couaider Una too high when compared w\lllihe ,, advise the use of One Minute Cough I{ ,-- ---- -----
Mod it too. The price U a)cent, and this amount is returned to every buyer who !I. not '
-, pissed with the Tonic. ,, Cure in all of these difficulties. It is GOOD FOR UEIKUMATISM. !I FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL '
# JUlY A BOTTLE OF JOIL 80N'S CHILL AND FEVER TONIC TO-U\Y. the only harmless remedy that gives :; '
I; Last fall I was taken with a very SOCIETY.
immediate results. Children like it. i
A. 1:. \Cise.i I Ii severe attack of muscular rheumatism -
f A: B. GIRARDEAU I I -- '-.- i which caused me great pain and ;I Jacksonville, .April, 111M.I .

i i i Ex-Attorney General Griggs will :annoyance.; After trying several I CITIZ}: -P..EPORTF.R: '

SAVANNAH GA. i: have trusts enough for clients to1! prescriptions and rheumatic cures, I On behalf of the Society I extend

F'. \',- 1 make certain that his law practice !I decided to use Chamberlain's Pain i to you and lour readers a cordial invitation '

t1PANY "13" RECEPTION. !: 1U noticeable feature being a'i' will be a paying one. > Balm, which I had seen advertised in to become members and attend -

----' I i I the South Jerseyman. After two our annual meeting in Jacksonville
11 I.trge "B" formed with electric I ,
rinds Treated experiments show that all of this May 21-24.
to Host applications I
L a Enjoyable I!i : remedy was
incandescent and drtssed with
clashes of foods
Entertainment. the college colors. may be completely t: much better and after using one bot- !j This Society is Florida Agriculi -
digested by a preparation called Ko- !i tI.wa;; completely cured.-S\LLJE I IF IRKIS ture's nrst-born. Rising in the
If there b anything that does show I The dance continued until 11 o'clock dol Dyspepsia Cure, which ahsolute- : _\ Salem, X. J. For sale by i iU. when wave after of days

appreciation for friendly relations j I when, upon the imitation of the t ly digests what you eat. As it is thee t \V. Price, Drug_let.i i did and adventurous wave manhood tbe of splen-the

ship or anything that can be enjoyed floor manager, Sgt.Vheeler, tin
:: only combination of all the naturals "
j i If Senator Argonauts
Burrows had influence breaking these
it fa t of the upon
reception kind
'lively I Ias8 guests repaired to the cadet nip-
when digt-stants ever devised the demand in proportion with his gall and impudence ; coasts, and surviving subsequent disasters -
given by a military organ- 1 hall where the banquet:u given
fur has
I it become It
,, it stands
( iatioult there might be danger of Congressional to-day in matured
only lends to the martial 1 I Ice-cream and cake was served and never failed to cure the worst cases '
g )lorj of,the occasion. Such an one i, the guests iave iiuiplc cuJcnie (IIi of indigestion and it always gives instant legislation reducing Southern j 1 strength, abreast of the new and i

:-fU Jifea by Company "II" to its i their appreciation of tiudainties .; relief. _\. I:. Wise. ; representation., ] true prosperity, not dependent on
t i
--- I the golden fleece of the
titjfrlemjsand college folk at the spread before them. At 11:3.) the I II' |I Porto P.icas so prosperous under j Moore's Pilules are a guaranteedcure but nourished orange ,

I, College' Friday evening, :,th inst. toast-master, Capt. R. H. Waugh, !|'! American rule that its inhabitants for all forma of Malaria, Ague, i I of upon a generous cluster _
: staples. Its publications
I*., At8JOp.m.the guests assembled i I' delivered his toast and drank to the :i are emigrating by the hundreds as I I Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever, Ma- made at its own and have are

1a(3tape1Hal1. At a cordial invitay I health of Lake City. 'apt. ('ox : fast as they-get the opportunity. I larial Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaun- I been expense,
pronounced eminent
.tiwfi.enbyBgt. D. Gray Wheeler then responded to "The Social Side dice, Biliousness, fetid'breath and a by Northern -
i I' II critics as classics in horticultur-
Company they visited the of College Life as Depicted in the tired, listless feeling. They cure
3y rf'company barracks for inspection.'L !: ).'. A. C." He gave some suggestions i I Rheumatism and the lassitude following They are gladly accepted -

:The halls were lighted brilliantly Vof Important character. Next tiu Clerking blood poison produced from by the state government as :-,
immigration compellers.
lfl appearance were neat and in- :'! former captain of Company "B,'' J. malarial poisoning. No Quinine.No They arc
r1Ung, : i ii Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not sought by the oldest and richest of
\g. rooms were inspected, M. Price, responded to the toast, '
WcMn! turn and : i Looks more attractive than housework ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely our commonwealth: as impartial
;+ lit among them may i,i Company| pirit.tuIJing humannature I for woman' but it is also even more [ tasteless. Price, 50c per boDr.. records of that incomparable recu-
f klhly complimented those occu- we flog that college life con- !( exhausting. The work is often done I C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main

f-I'td hJ sjt Wheeler, Lieut. M. M. I t slats of two elements, text-hooks and j under high pressure, and brightness! Street, St. Louis, \Io. (:eo. \V. perative climate and that responsive -

;')Ors and Prict. W.lielven,tol1. | girls. Mr.Mirown, having ex- : of the eyes and the !t Price, druggist [mar-'Ol-lyrj soil to which Americans direct
:I. ; flushed cheeks of --- hopeful eyes when thrown down by
8ft.Wheeler's room from the ] pericnced this, answered for the girl I
mteiPn I the attentive clerk A Mexican caricaturist and four business reverses or hard hit by sick-
: was suspended 100 yards of '. put of the question in a toast enj indicate' nervousness I
td newspaper men employed on a ness. They teach with the cold im-
and blue ribbon decorations and i'' titled'-Girls." rather thanheal.h. r paperin

2Rtobaeco sacks. On the wall a I: the chapel hall and lasted until 1:1... j I true under most r I' |I for printing matter objec- I of Americans are anxious to know-- ,:

.aumber favorable condi-L jtbnable to government officials. how tQ make a livelihood while recovering -
"f photographs were dL.- Then with the knowledge of having tions, what shall be I
pb1td hkh wouU have done had a most enj aNa time the guests ,j' said of thos who ,; ;"i t; Nice sort of free government Mexico one's health. All the glamour
justice ;
: -.lnt-clal1i : waltzed to the"parting strains. ofj suffer from womanly ,',', I,' I has, eh? and the sophistication with
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i t oifoha electric studio. From the i j I i -Home, Sweet Home." !I. diseases,and who j -:::, :::'" i? .- -- which the name of Florida has been
light were sus- -- endure headache [
't Pt1ided I lIE KEPT HIS LEG. interwoven are here brushed aside by
:,, a great number of invita- Valuable Medicine for Coughs and I backache, and I Twelve J.V.. Sullivan
Jean ago simple statements of experience
l ::, MreceU a i other pains day
by himself I
and Colds in Children.
fapt. of Hartford, Conn., scratched his leg from who
'>ftugh.> On the after day? i men have lived here for
aBber. Uo-story beds were "I have not the slightest hesitancy No sick woman wth a rusty wire. Inflammation and years: or a lifetime. whose bands are

1 xl>s Of sofa-pillows dedicated \,i in recommending Chamberlain i j I: should neglect the I II blood poisoning set in. For two brown and hard with the labor th tt
.insCTiPtIonto"B"C\ I of for '
j means cure
If !.IleuL Iron's \>. I I Cough Remedy to all who are !suffer-1 j i womanly diseases II It !; years he suffered intensely. Then has long since chased out of their

redmfarto room the designs i ing from coughs or colds" says Cha offered in Doctor the best doctors urged amputation, brains any romantic lull uc mat urn<

I:1i'Pryt. those just described. ,'1, M. Cramer, Esq., a well known watch l'ierce's Favorite "but," he writes, "I used one bottleof that may ever have existed there.

: Iieltenston'a room long ', maker, of Colombo, ('(')'lon. "It has Inscription. It Electric Bitters and 11-2 boxes of I The railroads have always shown a
hesoftray regulates the periods -
"ttiq,to halt and moss reached from !:i; been some two years since the City dries enfeebling Bucklen'a Arnica Salve and my leg generous consideration fur this high-

teats 'qa suspended from the I t i Dispensary first called my attention i drains, heals was sound and well as ever." For I class and unselfish organization, a id

floral "Rdecorated'. to this: valuable medicine and I hive I inflammation and I Eruptions, Eczema, Tetter, Salt have accorded it the lowest -
t re4.n4 blue> ribbon. This room1 I 1 I repeatedly used it and it has alwajs ulceration, and liheura, Sores and all blood disorders transportation
especlatI complimented : been beneficial. It has cured me cures female weakness. It.makes weak Electric Bitters has no rival on rates ever conceded. The
?its tueas, upon :i: quickly of all chest colds. It is e.i :.- women strong and sick women well. earth. Try them. Geo. W. Price state's chief cities have 'contended

111 I pecially i effective for children andI .A heart overflowing with gratitude, aa well will guarantee satisfaction or refund in a magnanimous rivalry for the ,
Q'clock'bharp the guests re- i I i seldom takes more than one bottle to a*a sense of duty urge me to write*to you mod money. Only oO cents. honor of furnishing it a home and
'to tell you of my wonderful recovery, nya Mia a
chapel hall cure them of hoarseness. 1 ha'eI -- -
then the I I Conuue C. Hook, Orangeburg Orangebarr Co.. fitting entertainment.
IllU'clt was begun, Cant. T. V. persuaded many to try this valuable fpouth Carolina. "By the use of Dr. Puree It is evident that
f. s.- of', medicine, and they are all as well Favorite Prescription I am entirely a Dew being very Freddy Come to the Maw meeting and eat
,; n _The hallhdecorations or the results" compared with the poor miserable sufferer who Funston did not read dime novels in
were pleased as: myself over wrote you four mouth ago. I remark to my of our bread and salt. .-;
',*M. of artistic design, the For sale by (J. W Price, Druggist.. parents alutobt every day that It seems almost vain. STEVEN POWERS, Secretary.
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-t.. _' ;::: ;- Neuralgia, pains, ,rheumatism, scarcely much good.keep During up to walk the whole about summer the house I could, and Running sores, ulcers, boils, pimples ---

lumbago and sciactic pains, yield OI yesterday I walked four miles and felt better 1 etc., quickly cured by Banner
NEWS comes from those j from the exercue:. I now weigh IK A MERICA'S Greatest
tak 9 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla I(I the penetrating influence 'of 1 31tdine was a complicated case of female Salve, the most healing salve in the MeOkhe la

*pain and rheumatism.for I I lards Snow Liniment. Price, 25 and I I j I in Doctor its worst Fierce'form* Pleasant JIOUadi.1 world. A sure cure for piles. Sold Uood'aSamprillabeciiiueitpoa senses unequalled curative powers and-

"'r'thIt HOOD'S CURES ]I 50 cents. co.V,, Price Druggist.? biliQIlSZleli. by Geo. \V. Price, Druggist. .til record of cures i* GREATEST.

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II : THE OLD RELIABLE REMEDY SINCE 1852 Tonight I In t'duntv Jurigi i'v ,Florida.'IIUrt.Co181q'bi

If 'Lver is out of order, causing j I J. D. HolmeJobo o. : :
your Baker.:: \\ K llowen .
H DR. THACHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP Biliousness, Sick Headache, Heart- j and KC.. Korabeck I "
take dose of partnerunder the tirm A ';;
bum, or Constipation, .. I ** '
name 0 f is a k '
r.t !ill
'f- At your Druggist. 25 and 50 cents. I. Holmes Com pant Car

I Pills i \... 1t.uDiQ.-..
f" I E. Vf. AsnliM ,>

and tomorrow digestive 't) F V. A"III.KAt...,
On retiring, your Ult.3W
Surely Mr. McKirfley will not regard j The who Iroke the deadlock : L others whom u may runctra- ,
men y
y j MUST KEEP A STEADY HEAD. organs will be regulated and I j I hereby notified, the; .1 writ a .>
it necessary to threaten Vene- the Nebraska legislature and got bas iueJ.. in the above entitleAggat
active and _
1 you will be bright, ready :j [ ,
your lifO r .v ir. the tanSl
zueta with war just to please the asphalt elected to the Senaft are both bank i ipresidents. Ball.ul of tbe Great Bridges Mast for any kind of work. This hat i| I and Ke.ir-et HDUon., i tf,fit..

trust. I Enough said. Be Cool aaal Guard Their been tie experience of others; it I garnished. aDd that nleltS sup llJPo1r; "'i.or"
"aiJ court <>u or before _" .
PILLS tbeiI ,,
-L.- Foo..tc.... will be yours. HOOD'S are Slay juaK-int.t in default 5
White's Cream Vermifuge not 1 I i GIVEN UP TO DIE WITH CROUP. sold by all medicine dealers. 23; eta. I I, teredasjamst >ou '-' "? |

only effectually destroys worms, it '!1 Mrs. P. L. Cordier Mannington, In blustering weather the business III\ Br..';ta & tt,ArH. sllounacoan, .

also increases the appetite, aids assimilation Ky., writes: "My three year old i of a bridge builder is one of the: f Th-ir At" ;, :uc- ID3g
and transforms a frail infant I girl had a severe case of croup, the i most hazardous followed by man. Divorce Notice. j!

into one of robust health. Price, doctor said she could not live and I The average man who follows the...10 Third Judicial Circuit Court of Flofida I, M\) whom it mat un< ,'rn,

2. cents. Geo. W. Price, Druggist. I; gave her up to die. I went to the occupation is not considered a workman Columbiacountv.InCtiincery. j:I 1 Notice i- herein gives, ttatk .l
, I store and bottle of ; of extraordinary intelligence. !i j i Solomic Smith .> days alter date hem 1. the iig < z I
I got a Fuley'soney : iv Bill for Divorce. '' u,11 appl: t.> thiJuilprut the:=td
Gen. Fitz Lee- talks as though he H and Tar, the first dose ;gave lie must have physical strength, a :I j: Joshua Smith I I r circuit court ot Florida. purum"liI J.
quick relief and saved her life." 'level head and sufficient know fr r my letters of ili> 'hargr a&I
I could easily furnish reasons wHy we nerve I j i! i iI .I Ambru.eB.Hart a eFpey
the sLateCitv II.
HAV1NU ken made to api/ear by I
should not withdraw from Cuba. Geo. W. Price, Druggist. I i edge of mechanics to lend a hand at I i!I IT affidavit ot K. 1'. Wooa r. one of council I I Kla \|.i' ith BJL Teoretoa
-- derricks tern- 'j: tor in above entitled suit.that
I rigging or putting up complainant i I j I -
Look: out Fitz You're on _
i: tbe residence Ibc defendant Joanna
England is paying dearly for its: structures. of the men
porary Many -
Smith. unknown to comj'lamant and ber I|I
thin ice. Better let Mr.
McKinley I'
i i j I land greed. Its treasury now facesa who are engaged in the trade were solicitors; that there is no person in said

I 1 pull out his own-chestnuts.---- -- deficit of more than $:1)OtnOOO.The sailors. Others had their first lessons I I I. State would the bind service defendant.of a sabixxrua and that said ujm defend-whom I f LOVERS Of f FRESH f Mt UII

gloat; women with female weakness lesson should not be lost upon in lofty work as boys when antis; over tile age or enty-one >ears. It
is.therefore ordered that said aeteitdaot.
they carried bolts and tool for the
suffer dreadfully from piles in addition this country. Joshua bmith. be and be is hereby required Will find all tut y requireat
workmen or "laid around" to do II to appear to the gal of complaint herein the Shop of
, to their other pains. They may errands and between i Bled on the 3rd day ot June. 1JI: and that I
"A neighbor in with bottle tf carry messages j
ran a I l.cl1uek for
i this order be published once t'
! J be cured by using Tabler's Bjckeye the office on the ground and the men Colson
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and :I j I eight{ consecutive weeks prior to said & Rivers'Yarket. ]
3rd ot June in the CITIZES-REPORIER. !
! I Pile Ointment. Price, oO cents in I aloft. There are rarely any elevators day
Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was i a newspaper published in said county.
I r bottles, tubes, 75c. Geo. W. Price, : for the use of the men who !ji Witness my hand and seal. Ibis >tb da .corner Marion and
Druggist. suffering with severe cramps and was I II i| work on the bridges. They go up in ; :March.. I)., isL Hamilton -.trteU. opposite

; i --_ ____ I given up as beyond hope by my regular the morning at eight o'clock, and I {ISKAL.I) M. M Clerk, ScABBonoH'uii.Oii'uitt uurt. J. K Young tore

Kaiser Billy has somehow contracted physician, who stands high in his:*on pleasant days remain there until I j i Colombia State of Florida counti i eti BEEF, MUTTON, KID AND m\\
I : a case'of fright that is almost as professioi. After administering j jI ;i their day's work is done. At the I I. M. M. Scarborough clerk ot circuit
E ir bad as that of the Czar; he'll be gcing I three doses of it, my son regained I''I noon hour they take their meal near P court.< for said county, do hereby certit delivered a ill be '..und iu here. Meats
I that the aWe and torching is a true copy any part of
; 'c nsciousness and recovered I i I the boiler or at some sheltered spot, of tie tbe cityVe deliver
around in! bullet proof carriages entirely j the original order of publication on late
within twenty-four hours," says Mrs. i j I says an industrial exchange. I and of record in my office. In the evening for next
ne u. Witness, hand and seal IbN&lb day of i morning' u-r
_'_H___ __ Mary Haller, of Mt. Crawford, Va. ', 'To reach a place where his services March, Mil.my M. )L Sc.tKBuuoicu.IM.ALJ .
"STICK TO IT." This remedy is for sale "by G. W. are required a man must often walk Clerk Circuit Court LET I'.S FILL YOUR; ORDE !
,Price, Druggist. i j i improvised
over a long space on a hastily -
L. of
Geo. Heard High Tower, Ga., -
j I i plank bridge, and even when !
writes: "Eczema broke out on my lion. A. I'. Gorman stated the case''
he gains the other side he finds barely I
baby covering his entire body. Under of the Maryland democrats in a nutshell -i more than} a foothold. I

treatment of our family physician when he said of the new ballot !j, "That's the time," said the bridge-I Florida Experiment Station.

he got worse as he could not lawVe have no apologies to'II''I man, "when a man must have his ;

deep for the burning and itching.We make for our course." I i|I eyes open and his nerves on tap. 1

used a box of "Banner Salve" on j I There's no fooling and no skylarks Seed Testing.
Aim and by the time it was gone he THE MOST STUBBORN
COCl such Men about
: ing on a job. go
was well. The Doctor seeing it- was !ml! (if ivliitour kind *houKl ln piiri'liawil only of
resulting from an attack of la grippetr their work in a solemn manner, and
curing him said, "Stick to it for it reliable and it 'I".
parties mint to till cmlitvfonrwnlMueii
cold keep their wits about them. We plaoetl
i is doing him more good than anything heavy must yield to the ,
1 have done for him." Sold by wonderful healing properties of Foley's can't afford to cough or to sneeze that the s el split out is in hy far the largest

Ceo. W._Price, Druggist.Col. ._ I Honey and Tar. which strengthens like other "workmen but must wait lipnvntasjHof ill,tnnl'rH d good quality in cwry respect.
until to where
the and we get a spot we may
lungs makes them t-ound.
I John S. Mosby predicts that Sold by (:eu. \V. Price, DruggUt. :' do sd without risk, and as to the I Tin* reliability' uf tin rwdsman i iQit t\p if h-1 :='l'lIsseed.:

the South will again become through funny stories-bridge builders have j which L- hit Irtlito nannl l hut it xx'a-ionally( happeusthat

its wealth which is John' Bull's credit is feeling the no use for them. except when they the!
q increasing every effect of the have an hour off."' will [Hinhad! i is of poor germiir.uii quality.

year, the dominant section of thi in South Africa.enormous British war expenses consols -How can men take such risks as The M-ed is :owe liy the truekfr and prolmdly just at the .

I Union, and that Richmond, Va., will that man is taking said a woman, time in- needs !
be the commercial'and financial ,have dropped to nearly ;"i per cent plants he finds himself \\itin.ut a good
looking up at a man who was walks j
ter of the world. cen-I l Lelow par. i ing leisurely on a narrow metal beam "stand.! For this reason it is always wi>e poker for the
- -- I{ 100 feet from the ground "and why grower tl) satisfy liinisf-lf regarding the |M-rcenta of

!' i An ounce of prevention is a THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER. !' doesn't he have a rope about him, s-fwl: Vkhich germinate. All wed ohould purchaand
pound of cure, and a bottle of Bal- I The blood is constantly being purified so that if he falls he won't drop !

; 'I lard's Horehound Syrup used in time I by the lungs, liver and kidneys. away down" j some time Before rwjuired for plantiligaud if the power

is worth a staff of physicians \\ith a i Keep these organs in a healthy condition "That's out of our line," said the j of germination\ > pour, inoro can In* J>ur'hl'tl in time

drug store or two included. Price,, I I2j > and the bowels regular and foreman. "No man can work with a for sowing thus avoiding unnm'sary and l,chaps wetly
. about his All the '
and 50 cents. Geo. W. Price, I j you will have no need of a blood pu rope body. precautions delay.\ Furthenuore. if i-m-iin
I we take are tight-fittint; ;j :t ll re>!itag.of the sped
Druggist.Wholesale. rifier. For this there is '
purpose coats, of which the wind can't make are found to Iw capable of germination, this w ill l'n'elS:

1 1 t stealing from the US.. > nothing equal to Chamberlain'sStomach bails, shoes without nails in the soles, | a guide to the which .
and Liver Tablets, one dose and in wet or winter weather rubber : : amount should le plant..I. If only ;
: Commissary Department, ia Manila, of them will do you more good thana overshoes." a certain percentage will give good then
strong plants
; Las been discovered, and some of the dollar bottle of the best blood puntier. -
! guilty officials have been arrested. Price, i"cents.. Samples free| BIG-HEARTED AMERICANS. the l't'1uin.tlnl1mlu'r ran J h. secured liy planting an additional '
i at G. W. Price's drug store. ,I'
! This is not surprising. Since there I ---- amount of !eed. over and above the usual amount.
were colonies there has been crook j If troubled with a weak digestion, Government CUrlu Railed the !\.eees.atr : The l't'tIIlIlY l IN' te>ted \Iy sowing definite. number

# i ednesi connected with governing' loss of appetite, or constipation, tr !j Mother'Homer! Gratitude.sad Won they | in the seed 1 bed. !hilt thel>etU'r plan is to it
tJlC:I. a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach | .
I and Liver Tablets. Every box A mother came to Washington from ,
I warranted. Fur sale by G. W. Price. the home farm in New Hampshire to
I imutless thousands have found a' ---- -. --- --- nurse her son in the hospital. A few

blessing to the body jn Dr. King' The gall of those republicans whoare days later says Joe 1itl'ht'lll'happlt',

New Life Pills, which positively'cure trying to secure the removal of in the National Magazine he died. i! _

Constipation, Sick Headache, Fourth Assistant Postmaster General The authorities said the body must :.
Dimness i Jaundice, Malaria, Fever be taken away or buried in the ]>ot- A _
and Ague aud all Liver and Stomach Bristow, because of his zeal in ter's field. The devoted, broken-heart- \

troubles. Purely vegetable; nevergripe showing up the stealing: of Cuban i ed mother was distracted. When the !

or weaken. Only 25c at Ceo postal funds, is much greater thani Bad ,story was known to some of the {

W. Price's drug store. their judgment. I big-hearted clerks, they were not long : \
-- ---
t in the
raising needed and
money gateit >
A for '
suggestion a yellow Presi-1!' SICK AEADACHB to her with sympathetic words. 1 I I Ii

dential ticket: Teddy and Freddy; is the bane of women. What is i cannot describe the paradox-the happiness -

platform, brass bands and something wanted is not relief alone, but relief of a broken-hearted mother in

{ doing all the time. and cure. Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspep- bereavement, who was enabled to save r- _
---- ticide will cure ick headache for alT I[ her loved one from a pauper's grave.. rr

JOB COULDN'T HAVE STOOD I time. It makes the stomach right. "I'll take him home with me, for he

If he'd had Itching Piles. They're Sold by Geo. W. Price, Druggist. was a good boy; a good boy. He'll be ; .

terribly annoying; hut Bucklen's Arnica II ----- near me now-up in the old church- j

; Salve will cure the worst case It has been jokingly suggested that yard where he loved to play. Oh, I'm ( The material required for & siuiple ettk-iem out' consists -

Aguinaldo be given a civil office in i so glad that I have of an dinner
can ordinary
. I of piles on earth. It has cured my boy go plate, two pi.-ee* ot'j.t'nn! ,
the Philippines. Seriously, we have; home with me. white cloth of medium
thousands. For Pains thicknessand
of window
or \ piece
Poor, dear ;
no doubt that his administration of lonesome heart! There
Bodily Eruptions the best salve t
glass having diameter
. l in the world. Price 25c a box. Cure such an office would be more creditable were glistening eyes around; the ster- a slightly greater than that of the

:f guaranteed. Sold by Geo. W. Price to all concerned than that o fling tribute of big noble generous, plate.
"! --- American hearts. 1 love to think of When required for
of use the
.' carpet-bag officials over are dipped in watt .
The latest is American generosity as of the !
hypnotism by long one
there is likely to be. and wrung out of them
one i is placed the hundred
ilntance telephone. Come to think i rf I superb virtues of our peopl. i on plat.a

of it, that is the liaft'tJtVa) to try to Nearly every person needs a tonic: i There is always danger in using i{ heeds are counted out and dropped UJKMI this thentht :

f l hypnotize some persons., medicine at this ,time of year to1I Counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Ha- ; other cloth is spread over the seeds and tiiis i N coveredby ,

I: brace up and invigorate the izel; Salve. The I the glass. The te>ter ghoul
I. nervous i original is a safer i then I III' Bet in a room/ .
3 Perfect digestiqn is the only foundation system, to cleanse the bowels, liveand I I'and certain cure for piles. It is a the temperature of which i i" aljout 75 "
for perfect health. !soothing and .' or 80 degrees F.
t The food kidneys. Herbine U the best healing cure for ores
we eat makes all the blood we have, !! and safest remedy to do this as it; i/and all skin diseases. A. R. Wise. The time required for germination varies considerably _

a which" in turn feeds every nen'e't will cure constipation, regulate the ; --'- ; for instance, lettuce t-eed generally germinated in
!! liver and enrich the blDod. Price, i I represent nine of the best Fire from '..
muscle and tissue in the two to five
body. Her. < days while seed'often
{ ,
bine 'j 50 cents. Geo. \V. Price, Druggist. Insurance Companies doing business I! parsnip takes two
quickens appetite, aids di- ----- ---- weeks or more, though the
in the United States and will take I germination of seeds of the
Station, gives tone and vigor to all ;; Of course ex-Congressman lode n- pleasure in !latter class I
] l
the insuring your property. ; may >e hastened by them in
Junctions and placing warm
insures good is i
', berg now an advocate of civil se r ,1 j also write accident insurance for I!
q health.Price, Druggist Price. 50 cents. Geo. W.I vice reform, and the woods are full.I !The Fidelity and Casualty. T. R, water, (100-110 degrees F) for twenty-four hours. j

j! of republicans who would duplicate Hodges, office opposite Baptist! The seeds in the tester should be"examined: from time .
: church. 'Phone 3 .
I !
We have a crabbing rate of 80 cents > his flip-flop on the same terms aI |;j to time and those which have germinated should he removed :t

with the Commoner, Mr. Bryan'sR I $for:3,i00 salary and liberal allowance r M. Hutin, president of the Panama !' and counted, thus the percentage germination may

new paper; that is, you can get the'zENTkEPORTER expenses. ,I''Canal Co., who is still in Washington he ascertained. More than one hundred seeds of 1

('I and the Commoncr I! LOOK! A STITCH IN TIME !j'j his where be spent the winter, says that ba used, but this is a convenient number. may course
for 11.80 : company willing to sell out percentage
cash : to
annum in advance
per 'Saves nine. :
Hughes' Tonic '
( which
i United States.
i pleasant), taken in early Spring and I ]]hardly Willing? That germinates may be used as a guide to the amount -
_. expresses it. the
{ Fall company of seed to
::; I prevents chills, dengue and malaria kept an expensive lobby at !! plant as:: already indicated.The .
CAS'1WORXA. fevers. Actson the liver, tones :work all the cloths
| winter to Nica- should be
prevent boiled
Ben.t.>is Haw liiwala Batt up the system. Better than calamel 1 ragua Canal legislation by [ in water for a few minutes -

'' Bigaatnr.sf G _' I Guaranteed and quinine. Contains no arsenic solely with the hope that it Congress might: I I before using .a second time in order to destroy any ='
try it. At
druggists unload the fungous which
on United States. Is'
50c and $1 bottles. aprlTOl morethan: willing. It j-pores:: may have fallen on them.




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I have traced every cent of the- :o e\-' ,, T- -- ---- --. -- '-- -

t stolen by V rter. and at present '1 15 i! J MUMMIES FROM PERU

.1:If_' I IIf I I can will only result say in that number the investigation of arrests ,r Nerve

\Ve know
where the money has been Smithsonian Institution Find In :
you have it,you hiOdon and invested, and it will oon Them
know it You be turned over to the United States Prizei. Food

know all Treasury. I oanaKosay that when

about the farter serves out hi"'time, he will be Are Vafcmbltdlr Yearly 400 T.... ':

.t heavy feeling arrested on criminal charges, bjt Jam Old 11It..lteVa.e Fou4 I I If you have neuralgia, Scott'sEmulsion

feelingylnthestoaiach.tlie ,, not at liberty to state at present Wrapped with .... Rudy I.. i of Cod Liver Oil
the exact nature of these '' Oa. PaekagwThree I
charges. I
of the will feed the
gas, Notwithstanding nerve that is cry-
all the talk ofideals .
amsea, sick headache, +! between the :administration ; Peruvian Indian mummies, ins for. food-it is hungryand '
> weakness of : just received at the Smithsonian in-
and general
; and the
r body. Panama Canal Co., He:>re' Women are Like stitution are looked upon with some set your whole body going
whole s'utati\'C
'As I Hepburn, of Iowa,' author r awe, as they are certainly I 370 '
'Youcan'thaveiraweekI'khout t of the Nicaragua Canal bill, which E ',\'Ord Healthy they blossom and strong old, if not more, dating from the years timeof again, in a way to satisfy nerve

your blood 1 lpassedthellou.se, but failed in the and bloom. Sickly, they wither: and I the Spanish invasion or prl'\ou: !!. and brain from your usual food.

; being impure and your l| Senate of the last Congress, expresses d'e. Every woman ought to look well :, The Society Anthropology; treated That is
exhausted.There's confidence that and feel well. It's her right and duty, to a seance at the opening of one cure.
all the1'xt
nerves I of Congress will s-ession "but she might as well! try to put out a I I! of throe prizes a night or two ago, Dud If you are nervous and irri-
just one remedyfor aath ri.:.' :ire conistrujticn f.rs with ol as to be healthy and attractive it proved a veritable '
u.-- i of the Nicaragua canalMr. !- with disease corroding the :'t the body of a woman morgue,and('ontaining' two- able: you may only need more ;

. Heiiburn is i a organs that make her a woman. Upon babies fat: to cushion nerves-
republican but your
it probably
a mother and children.
their health her ..
depends health.
i i was made 'plain more than: once during there is inflammation or weakening If The bodies were embedded in you are probably thin-and .

::4Yff3sanapftfiil the late Congress that he way drains or suffering at the monthly a padding of leaves, and this in turn Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver It

not in the roniidcnce! of the republican period, attend to It at once. Don't j! bound about with a piece of goods. Oil
Ixisse-i. Consequently his delay. You're one step nearer the I'| not unlike burlap held in place by a give you the fat, to begin -
: espn's.sion grave: every day you put it off. j rope wound about it. with.
of confidence i; not as convincing Women can stand a great deal, but When the package was opened the Cure
as it might be. they-cannot live forever with with
, Tlie! dragging: at the most delicate and Full is
; ;I talk of Aguinalo'.s b.-in:! :tll vital in their i the knees almost under the chin, and cure getting the fat.
organs body. You
;, ,'There's nothing lowed: to come to thi., ct.uutrv is i have been deceived in so-called: cures.may 'I while small particles only o'f flesh or you need from usual food, andScotfs
new wide of the mark. The aJminis'ira1 : We dint see how you could help it- I' skin was found the long black hair Emulsion
l about it. Your grandparents 1 tin has work fi there is so much viorthUjs stuff on j I of the woman was fouLd adhering to \yill help youto
to do ia the market.: Hut yon won't be disappointed I that.
[ took' it. 'Twas the Philippines! for months in Rradl.eld's Female Rem the skull, and shorter hair to the
\ to conic uh tor. We believe it is the one medl- :| heads of the infants. If you have not tried it.send for free eatnpV,
; old Sarsaparilla before and it will cinlun earlh for .. its;
:' ID see that he star tbert-t-> womanly IU. There The bodies .greeable taste will surprise >ou.
>; us much difference between it and were evidently those of SCOTT it BOWNEhewi"s.
J bther.'ursaparillas were do it. or refusing to lie) it, that he other ""'-,"U.:(1 remedies as there is I' Indians of the middle or lower classes. 404-415 IHarl SIred, New York.

:."' 1n ern., It made the word I star s locked up. 'flu-re i is no j.tnki-t-! tt Female wren r Regulator:>;bt and wrcm soothes?. liradneld's the pam, | as no wooden mask, such as is placed<< joe. and $i.ao;all druggist

Sarsaparilla" famous ling ahead of him for awhile. stops the drains,promotes regularity I above the dead faces of those of our -
strengthens,pursues and cleanses. It -
over the whole world.1here's Senator Simmons of X. C., who does an this quickly and easily and I exalted rank, was found. The thret
: naturally.: It is for women alone toje- i bodies in our pacJ.igeoltld aUohnd! April ap;>caro to have a little nr
was I
other i \Vasiiiiigton several; ,. cue wh.tl.er
no sarsa- dajs nlo.licla they will be healthy or that March
sick. llra.lfeld's K to this belief, as the wralthirr weather up her own
bah, ulator lies at I 1'1'(11
piriUa! like fro In age and >s Oi\j'td\e was ;given tn'unJertanl1 hlJJ. $t p.r bottle at drug store. would not disinter their dead and put I.ltlee"e. !.

,; power to cure it's "The that the cases againstseveral m n3 fw...r Le.prof let j others in the package. g

J kader of them all." North Carolinian* who !laheen \(' lit BRAOrif RTCUU08 CO. tl.at4Cfc / \I Resides finding the state of preservation BEST \t'AY TO CL'UK BACK ACIIH. !

=LM .tat L AD lJUbIL indicted in the Federal courts of the bodies these are indeed Hack aches are caused by disorder

Ajer's Pills cure constipation. for alleged violations of the,rlect'tm 'II -- ---- ---- ----- I prize packages to scientists, as eu-h ia the kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure I''

L .ifttr'suffering terribly I Gas la*' .last November will shortly be illogical! a choice as could possibly \ one cord is sure to contain treasures in ae- will make the ki Ineys righ: Take
with the rank and F
look htaoitBtryvourSaraaparilla.: HUM bottle and now feel like I aba ndoned aul nulls! pressed, behi. \'e been made. That Mr. Knox is corpse. In this one was wealth found of the no substitute. Sold by Geo. 1\'. f

!' s tree IUD. 1 would advise all my : cause of the opin'un of the proccurins ;a l.nvyer of matk.'d ability is ; j quiooitt''ase, an ex- Price Druggist.About .
feUow era rare*to try the medicine.fgctthuitaod having on one ride a b>d i
: the teat of time suetty oilicers that the 1lIwm, nut i byhold his having been ( ployed! by the )j in raised design and a well modeled l i

eraed"eanUr- power L D.GOOD cannot be ex- in the cases in 11'l":;tion. Speak I trusts, but to expect him to turn[ handle on the other as fine a spec the most practical thing to f

,4 -I...tt,189. BrosntownYa. ing of the rumor that ex-Senator ;ag: alnst tha..e who have made him j 1 men of pottery as is to be found in the do with Alfuinaldo is to pay oT! the

.j. f MrNs tb.DoctOl'. ,, Cutler, of his state. Chairman of tlw 1 rich, and from whom doubtless exi i institution. war debt by starring him as a dime
If fM.... .J eomp Wut...batey'\" Populist National I In addition there was a quaint work museum attraction. I
ttt MoIre DM peat medical tditce you Committee, 'wuuhbe !pests to get more fees, when he j basket
j MHlbtr rete ve. unto the doctor | quite a well kept as though
I _
given a Federal ]leaves
Senator { ; the Cabinet, is to human L'
; fcWj. IOII will expect '
ry. a
prompt ift- biiu
away ) instead ol \. H.
Addreu. or Conklin ttouer ville, 0",
p7atkosttiw.... i Simmons said: "Jtr. BlItl uould i I : nature to reverse Use it. lie 400
; JIa. Q.LULL Lowell,Mau. + i years agoIt was woven daintily, says: "I received more benefit fromFoley's
probably he able to advance some : margument iv not do anything directly for the built with two compartments, an up- Kidney Cure than from

why this should be done : 1 trusts while he is Attorney General, 'per and lower one, and contained two
j months of treatment
-- : for the Populist party in North Car- I liiithcvvill hardly be iikely to do I j spindles. One was large, with coarse by physician-1
< flax wound about it, while! :sold by Geo.V.. 1'ricf, Druggist.
t. other
W ASUiNOTOLETTE! olina certainly contributed to the a"thing tiirectl.vagainst them orlhl.ir I --
', 1 interest- ', was delicately made aud wound with ?
.- re-electioiof I'rt'.hlt'ntdinl"Yl: : --- ; ,fiber thread. A bean pod, peculiar to Russel Sage sathere is grave
[ ,;.Fnl oJf rtfUijr correspondent.Washington :: far as was in their power. Mr. 1::t- SUCCESSWORTH| I! \a. tree of Peru, rattled about in the danger of another panic Uncle

.. April S, 1!K)1. :.:'hr'ovvn county, where there are Id-years success in the KN7WING.I I j I basket, and all about in the leaves were Russ is going: to worry himself to

.f; 'The Philippine looters scored anlapman't more populists than: democrats and ]Ilu!rhes' Tunic a great remedy fur I }bits of wbit-e cotton having in it the death yet over the'fear of starving
republicans combined, gave :Mr. :k- chills and all malarial fevers. Bet- j j'ter 'seed. This find was a delightful surI -
point when Secretary than calomel and quinine. Contains I prise to the scientists, and from it willI
The editor of
It the
a majority. was also true i Fordville, Ky.,
A decided that the Hoar amenllmellt 1 no arsenic. Guaranteed, try it. be made valuable deductions
: the all over the state, that the jiopulists .\ 'I as to the Miscellaneous, writes as a postscriptto
to army bill, prohibiting druggists- uIC *1 bottles. apr13'(1Probably : age and so on of the other bundle
the mating of concessions in the! to a considerable c'ntellt'Oted the -- .. a business letter ''I was cured of

Philippines did not prevent the .."- republican ticket" )d Ir. Meiklejohn now | BURIED WHILE ALIVE. |i [kidney trouble by taking Foley's

_win; of licenses to cut timber on- Arguing from the belief, that the knows h'Hthe dog felt who dropped | i I Kidney Cure:' Take nothing else.S .

f public people endorsed the government of the bone for a shadow, i| 'BodUl .( Twnt,-KJ k* VUtla at a >Id.. Jy Geo.V. Price, Drugg'st.
r e lands under the regulati ..-- j n.Mi*. Belrgios.8stigl
1 :: "proaulgated Gen. this country by trusts, when they re- -.
by MacArthur, What would be the matter with a FouL -- ____. -- -T
K 1 July.. While it will not be as electedl] r. McKinley, as Senator hazing match between those Russian

] profitable to cut timber under Hanna has several times practically students and the \Vest Point cadets? i\ Mailed news from St. Petersburg rek i | S. Hacker &

; license, requiring that the govern-.a said they did, the choice of Mr. 1'. i - -- j ports that search at Teraspol I! .

i ,Bent shall be paid from one-half (' Knox, who has grown rich by ffiv- Having also a record swimming, |j the bodies of 28 persons who had been I\I

'' cwt to seven cents'a cubic foot for' ing legal advice to trii.t-, fort I tis i quite probable that Funston is'just j buried alive. Thy apparently belonged I I

:iB that: is I toruey General !nr.: McKinleyV the man to help England catc'tA I j to the telf-immolating sect thediscoveries I
cut, according: to grade, ( ) i j|' in connection with which ranged : Son't
Cabinet was a perfectly logi--al Ik-Wet.
\1W.UtJ and aloe it one. sensation
as would have a throughout the civili/eu '
If. .m tinder foutright concessions of But arguing from the belief fhat > world in Isflf.
one of the duties of I ItAGING, ROARING FLOOD KO\llletTtht'ehit'fcftht-1
| 4j tht right to cut timber, in certain l thettorn..y sect who was
I'Wtionsofthe islands, it will still t General should be to utilize the Fed-l Washed down a telegraph line petual confinement in a monastery. wi!' I

Vpofitable and will save the { eral laws, such as they are, to try to ; which Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, Ia., be rearraigned in connt'ctionhb the

'-tlutlaiilreadj money i curb the power of the trust?, as the had to repair. "Standing waist present discovery. It is: under.-toot! z

:looter in prcpariog been- spent hy the plain people believe it was about as : deep in Icy water." he writes, "gaveme that w filings and sacred pictures of tht'sect h 'tI I
to handle the i tba.tt're found with the bcw'ie-!
a terrible cold and cough. It
UKtmoia they expected to get. I have been turned over to the relgiou

Alttoujh., hardly pushed to furnto grew: worse daily. Finally the best I authorities for investigation. The>rrt, "VFAvmER. I
offldal-salaries for republican IICASTORIA 0'tors in Oakland, Neb., Sioux City | which was generally caeii!'KT-lorik'! OF

hmeducb who I and Omaha said I had Consumption 1!j in 1897. is DOW referred to as theItjeguny.
are still unprovided 000r& SDhns(
I Mou1ings
for'. .)(cKinley and couH not live. Then I began 1
was not ,
prepared For Infants and Children.
; Dr. J!
t *!lecta fovernor of Porto llico sing King's New Discovery and j jwas. A XecdlMiarninK.. ---\XD---

_* Btbaf class, or ehe he was afraid'; The Kind You Have Always Bought wholly cured by his bottles." '! The public is warned that five new I Building Material. f

ta"lO So Positively guaranteed for Coughs, ( counterfeit $1,000 bills are in oirculation. -
- 1ea,wbo he.surprised (;0\'. M'i Bears theSigltatlue A. / Colds! and all Throat and Lung(I There is not much danger, howev..r. :
came to ; CHARLESTON S. C.
epceeu Washington for he. of&liZiiu I troubled by (;eo. W. Price. Price'I confidently declares the Chicago : t
purpose that'J 1
resigning .11'Oc and Sl. xi. Times-Herald that any of the plain LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH.' i
lbytdJing him that he mu-t people will be victimized this time. 1 marl Send for Prices. IvrlU'l4l
-- -- --
= .
It g
a iihUe .
: longer. Being ono of !I I'blcKinlef's -- -- -- --- -- -

tI: good friends, GO1I \.

blkastranoaed. his dlsap )ointment

I?***l the C0t', and Promse'-1! to re-

:: ""tol'ortomcoabout the tit of *

\ !$'B'. the
"itr way speaking of POI- KTAiONr
;there Iii a wide difference be-
t 1t*the
obey rosy,views of existing cor.- ,
l commercial and industrial on

'! and, expressed by Gov. Allen

Sate''which_ come from repucorrespondents -

1 .paper and
{t !.hei 'uurCtJI.ri .

!Some se-isat nat
-- developmen l:; are

1'i':; weed in connection with the
.. ;.,. government out of ;
'U' by Capt. Oberlin M. 'arter, '

i terfinu five year term in the SRsAPARIIIIJAF
Ft, ,; Military Prison, while I Iu

.. III' larje of the harbor im- '!

f81ellb'at'Sarannah, (;a. An
valet the
Department of Jus- ,
4-? having said: "\\ eh ,
J -- ,- -

l [A jrrCTBQOD PURlfIER.c 505.

oa every hoi ulntne of the Tabieta genuine lI

mtyett w c *M la ono dar I


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I: ir. 4 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established, 1874

- I. IS THIS CIVILIZATION? I ters are to be found. I| 'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i

The | I Ii Tom Smith, one of the negroes of !
illizllReport6r.in !
.i There ie an appalling significance i this class, went over to the commissary MMUN .

H. L. DODD, | the recent revelations of the I department, conducted by Mr. \. Ready For Easter
f A. H. DODD,Assistant Editor. | wholesale suicide of Chinese women !| Elma Futch, and when he came in at i
j! outraged by E iropean soldiers, these : the door was asked -tf he could bej j FelN'1

.!lA Official the Newspaper Town of Lake of Columbia.City, Florida.County and dreadful stories coming hot in the j waited upon. He made no answer to ;, ..4' Your Faster. The wants largest of every and most kind beautiful can he fill c..I1\'u herr i>r..muand.|.I )Millinery wag. {1lartorlly. 1-2,1::!

,; I form of sensational and irresponsible! the question but with an oath and MM nave ever i resented awaits you. _
Published every Friday at Lake City. Fla. publications f.'r catch-penny purpos- j without provocation drew a .38: cali- MHMM m&
Olflce-South ot Courthouse Square.
i es, but authoritative reports made | bre pistol and opened fire upon Mr. !, SPRING AND SUMMER HATS ;

Advertising KatetFanUhedapon Application. I to the State Department at Wash- Futch. :Mr. Futch managed to evade'! =
Together itb a complete line of all kinds ot lirst"i !ia.s Milliacrr 8
ington. j the bullets and seizing a doublebarj!j m a"alt'i'our pleasure. out-ot-town ::irders receive prompt attention Mil

Entered In Lake City postofflce at. second It must be remembered that the eel shot gun empted a load of uuck-;

class matter. soldiers perpetrating these deeds, in (j shot: into the negro's bowels, which m 'RS. L. T. FUNK.,- I

. shame for being the victims of which immediately rendered him hors de I j
Subscription $1.00 Per Year. I =
the women of China are killing tnem- combat. j

Il elves by thousands, are soldiers of I Fortunately Mr. Futch wall untouched I ':!HIHmiHIftiininHIHHHHIHHIHiHTHE

; FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1901 the civilized Powers of earth. It I hut a horse, belonging to i I

t must also be remembered that the Mr. John Roberts, which was standing i ---

i How dull Kansas will seem when deeds are done in the Twentieth near by, became frightened, broke i rt:;::1.a.rz..r:. ,...,.,..., ;!o.d.. z. Gz.. ;?' ;!,
'' Century, not in tlrose early ages loose and ran in front of the negro, I, A; 8 .
1 Mrs. Nation and Brigadier GeneraJ
{ Funston are both quietly placed in when rapine and the violation of the receiving a bullet from his pistol. t j il n
women of a conquered race were the I j The horse was disabled and will pro-
, i the Hall of Fame. I i( FLIGHT OF TIME
usual accompaniments of war. i,| bably die. Smith was rather badly I
1 t For the benefit of those paperswhich When these things are remembered wounded and Dr. Berry, who was

} ;1 .. are ruminating on Aguinaldo'splans it is difficult for us to believe that called in, found that thirty-four shot Leaves a proccs-i in of struggling humanity -

'I for the future, we might remark -f civilization anything but a thin had entered his skin, he has rallied, 'fliJ behind. But it doesn't leave

1 that that la something not entirely veneering of artificial polish over an though, and is expected to lire. He @ usheh.ind. We hive too much at stake

t >i In his own hands Uncle ,Sam I unchanging substance of savagery. was brought to town Tuesday by Mr. t/iJ to allow that. We're right up with ,

;.. will attend to that for awhile. I We shudder to read of the bestiality T. J. Leverett and incarcerated in tli1 the times in everyrespect.. That'swhy

,L I of ancient times, but is there any the county jail. I we're pretty nearly the wholeshow
: 1 In addition to taking the oath ofi t/iJ
t' I story of the deeds of those times Marshal E. A. Futch, who is a I in our line of ba-iness. 9.V
F citizenship :Vguinaldo has signed the L t/iJ
: | i' more filled with horror than the story brother of Mr. Elma Futch, and j -
peace manifesto, Now that the
: of Europe's Twentieth Century Deputy Sheriff J. J. Hunt, went out j
iJ j leader of the insurrection has become Dry Goods and
I i sins in China? I to Mt. Carrie Monday directly on I |
a peaceable citizen it is expected -
; i hearing of the affair.
:, that the war will soon cease [I @ "
Lake City Boy Wins Fame in the I 1 --

1 The rumors which have been current Philippines. I let Ready to Laugh. j I M. L. Plympton & Co.

{ of the outbreak of a rebellion in !I The CITIZEV-UKPOUTER always : Everybody will be delighted to j i .
China, headed by Gen. Tung Fi I takes great pleasure in chronicling: !j! learn that Alba Heywood, the prince ij j "fli1 Opposite Court House.

Sian, former commander of the the successes of the sons of Florida j i'I 'of comedians, whose marvelous ability .
I' northern in the provinces ol who have :.a :.? 8.c : : : :" :;}: 1fi
army j gone beyond her borders to i to impersonate. whose funn} 'J.s:;::;. ;p ..jj':5.. J' 't-J.P':.:"' ;;;:1pfl'V
: Mongolia and Shen Si have beet the of !
enter struggles life and compel .songs, bright, witty sayings, anti :
t authenticated.The I honored recognition from an exacting .sweet singing have established him !J

! recent warm weather has : public or critical associates, as a prime favorite with amusement <.,loo a'oo o oeoc-oo oo ooo o,s ,
and that pleasure is magnified when !seekers I will here at the college I 3
appear i
made complete one of the most beautiful I
J I a gifted young man of our city has Wednesday night, April lith. i i
transitions of the seasons, and
I t I Spring, incomparable Spring, arising I won wreaths and bestow proudly for wears valorous the achiev-laurel Few there are who do not remember -' # MEN ARE DOUBTLESS IN! A
this comedian in his
reluctantly trom the lap of Win I impersona- !j
ter like a froward child, rejoices in ments while upholding the flag of our "j ions of "The Cuckoo Song," "The : QUANDARY OVER THE
i emerald robes and a regal coronet of i; beloved country in a far-off land. ,I I Old Maid," "The Chinaman," "J -I WEATHER :

J" flowers, while her madrigal is sung | Our country owes its meed of praise i' :siah Allen's Wife," "Silly Billy," in- !J I ,

j from the tree-tops by a'injriad i!and adequate acknowledgment to troducing the wonderful imitations ; ." ,"'".'"''''' ........,,''',6.40S"" "%.
i i Lieut. Jas. D. Taylor, of the twenty-of ,
feathered choristers. I calliope, phonograph and animals, I
..' i i j fourth infantry, son of our esteemed i and his humorous stories and catchy \V> ilon't make it: it \\.' did wo would |..mbalilv
; The legislature has been delugedr j!citizen, Hon. J. D. Taylor, for the ( songs. I al""i'I'lie sorclv about seven tempted dais to gir in "the you week.tor"natur- ,.
I valor tact wisdom and f quite a sIx'll. While anticipating a cool
with the usual flood of bills. Those good judg- Mr. befits ,
Heywood, as an artist of vtave.it wont hurt however t<> give yon a
relating to the convict system, the i; 'went he recently displayed in the his ability, is always abreast of the I # handy list tor quick reference. ,A

establishment of a state penitentary I Philippine Islands by capturing the !times, and returns to us with a bran I ALLIN ,
redistricting the state and regulating : messengers of Aguinaldo and recur j'I new program designed for laughing I Need I -
ss the price of gas are receivingthe ing the valuable letters and informa- j I j purposes onl.lIe. has surrounded I I any kind of Dew and Shoes.w ho arc Slippers not in or footwear of I
most attention. A bill has been I I tion which made his capture by Gen. I himself with a carefully selectedcompany i
{ introduced i Funston possible I FAVOR OF I
dealing with the firearms 'I each being as fine in their
problem, and an amendment has been I Following is i a telegram expressive I :respective lines as Mr. Ifey wood is I quality'. \'ing high"style prices or LL should for goods get of inferior I
passed by the Senate to the Winchester of Gen. Funston's appreciation: Ii in his. I *

title law, adding pistols and re-1| "San Isidro, Feb. 13, .:30 p. m.- ( -- ---- ,-- THAT NOTION I

; I volvers to the list of firearms, for Lieut. James D. Taylor, twenty-1 i There is a strong probability that # On themselves which will bring them here:
the carrying of which a license must :; fourth infantry, Pantabangan: Gen. saved.tor a purchase Let at our store is always money
: r be obtained from the county com, i Funston desires to express his thanks's t Czar hunts will become a popularpastime everybodySAY

mUsioners, and a satisfactory bond !'I i to and appreciation of your good in Russia. I "AYE" ff t

{ given. It is the purpose of the legislature '! judgment and energy in getting thee '.II When asked to come here. ai1..'
guarantee the best
to throw every obstacle in t e valuable letters and information I I SHALL TALK OF THE CAPITAL. I the market for the Shoe least values money on

+, i way of carrying of firearms, both exPosed i, from Aguinaldo's messenger Also : ;
and concealed. I I convey his appreciation to your i iI i!;I Congressman Brosius, of Pennsylvania J DRY GOODS CLOTHING, {
is said to have the best
:I By command Briga- UNDERWEAR /. NECKWEAR j
I Council Proceedings. ,; dier-General Funston, E. V. SMITH, I voice in the house. For this reason his e ,
called the "human J HOSIERY, SHIRTS NOTIONS
Council Chamber, Lakc City, Fla A. A. A. G., 4th Piit. I I I megaphone. {
.\J.rilllth, 1901. Council met at call !:I. Gen. Funston was made a Briga- I i Senator Hanna's regular appearance J DRESS GOODS, CAPES {

f :. of the Mayor. Present, Aid. Mose- 1. dier-General of regulars for the part j'day in his after buttonhole day with recalls a pink the same carnation habit J# CLOAKS AND JACKETS J

F r.: ;; Jey Itogers., Inman Aid., Plympton, Parker and he played in the capture of Aguinaldo 'II 1 of the late Senator Brice, who always I.".. ,.......,... ...,...,,,...,...,... .,,,"' .
: Moseley moved that and Lieut. Taylor should receivea wore his favorite flower.

r .\IJ. Rogers preside, which was adopt- : promotion in recognition of his I'I Senator Chantilerwas f- WE CAN SUIT YOU :

ed.The 1 valuable services. I when he was a young man. and used to I
minutes of last meeting were j Following is a short sketch of write letters for Gen. Butler. He is I I'the

t read and approved. j Ij Lieut. Taylor's army record: Just I only stenographer in the senate I i J.! E. INMAN & COMPANY !

; The clerk and treasurer rendered I' after his graduation from the Vir'ginia I I and hand still notes.keeps his memoranda in short I:

| his report for quarter, which was referred Military Institute, July 9th, j!I
f ; to finance committee. j 1898, he received appointment. as j Since his recent injury in an auto I II PHONE NO. 4NEAR DEPOT.
I mobile ,
{ H The account of W. M. Ives, clerk 2nd lieutenant in the regular army to accident have anything Senator Foraker do with the refuses ......................" ... ,,,,, .
,. ,
f r |{ and treasurer, for quarter, $d4.;9,1 j and was assigned to the 20th infan- I I machine. "A wheelbarrow," he said ,, ,. ... ,""' .

was ordered paid. j try at Ft. Leavenworth. On the 1st the other day, "is the only kind of - --- .
On motion of Aid. Moseley the pe- of the following January he was I horseless carriage I will ride in." -

t tition of S. P. Buie not be allowed by j dered to San Francisco and oro'' Secretary Long keeps on his desk an O bo bdbdbdbo b o bubo( 0 b0 b D bO bOt"d0" l"iibI1}( 0 b0 'J b 1G
t r street committee, it being only allowable from there on the 2t>th for alarm clock to remind him of appointments

by council. \ where he arrived on the 24th of Feb- regarding which he is very r Watchmaker
e The mayor being present, the canvas 1 ruary. He remained with the 20 infantry I ticular. If the secretary has an a I re Jg ?

of returns of election held April j i until he was made 1st lieutenant -" pointme-jt for say five o'clock,the litt l Graduate .,
ith, was proceeded with. Upon comparison and was then transferred to the j piece will strike five times at 4:30. w:< Jeweler I tilting ot Spectacles OI'UciauSCI'utillr, Siueicallais.

of the returns held by the I 24th infantry. After service for a Frederick Degeton, the newly elect @ Kngraving aSHTialty

mayor and clerk, the mayor declared year on the fighting line he was stationed ed English delegate from Porto Rico, speaks: ij) and Optician. .
F. P Cone elected 1.1! fluently and has won fame as
mayor; at Pantabangan Island
of an author and lawyer. He is
a graduate '
Ives, clerk and treasurer: A. E. Luzon, eighty miles from Manila of the i That is
University of Madrid and I It ourbusiness-and 1I1'e are doing our best to IMaM a' ..iIll
Futch, marshal; W. II. Wilson, assessor 1 1.t f where he has been acting captain for t holds degrees from the colleges Sala- \. ', you and give you the best!>service. WI
of taxes; \V. J. Edwards, collector -: the past year and in command of the j manco and Granada. 1 Everything anywhere.we do we warrant cannot be done better :'H!W

tt of_taxes; J. E. Inman, R. J. !i post. i One of the sights in Washington 'fli Everything we sell "e guarantee. and protect you In your 'fIj ;.
s Henson, Guy uuien ana w. }o'. watts, i Lieut. Taylor is only 24 years ofj j these days is Mme. Wu, wife of the Chinese 'fli; purchase in every way-In Prices and m Qualitv ili. :

aldermen. Mayor elect }o'. P. Cone age and his past record shows him to minister, as she speeds along in @

f being present, the oath of office was || be a youn man of energy a nd unus doned her gasoline auto. She has almost aban "fliJ 'ROBT. T. RADFORD. I
t her 1
administered W. M. carriage the colored driver (/j
by Ices, county :. ual ability. We hope soon to be able having been converted into -
judge. Aldermen elect It. J. Hen- to record the fact an en
6 !i that he has received gineer. My Chang, her
secretory, a
bon, J. E. Inman and '
F. Watts -
( I a promotion commensurate graduate of Yale, delivers ma rae't
were then sworn by Mayor Cone. I I I with his worth. cards.A .
The new council organized. On
number of enterprising automobile .
motion of Aid. Rogers Aid. Parker makers have .
s Sensation at fit. Carrie. tried to get the president
t was elected president. to add a horseless machine to his stable -

,,, On motion, Aid. Rogers was allowed -1 A shooting affray occurred Monday I equipment. They have offered him especially I.
to insert a section in the charter at 11 a. m. at Mt. Carrie, four miles constructed and elaborately Tom ston s 0 Monumenb.1
U relative to terms of elected fficers. this side of Olustee on the S. A. L. ,| decorated hides, and have used al II,
road, which all but resulted in a tea i!| their commercial wiles on hinAnd his 1
gedy. I representatives. A great Wash- I
The petition of Mr. Birley as tc' ington officials many Georgia, Vermont and Italian
Mt. Carrie derives its j' use automobiles, but Harble.
tax on lot 1 in north-western extension I the president sticks I '
t was heard. President Parker, from the large turpentine still operated I Granite Wrought Monuments IroOf F'rnces.Headstones.. Tablets. Statuary Also steel andt
1'artirx .
: ,
needing Marble
there work -ililind it tn .
by Mr. J. O.
on motion, Evans of this eLugand+
appointed Aid. Rogers, Stops the Cough and \> orks off the ttuNriteuyfurdesignsandpricrs. Aif WorkGuuanteed
Plympton and Watts a special com t city, and, a? ,is' always the case Cold. t
; mittee to report the same. On motion j among the great number of negro Marble Company 11
council adjourned. hands employed to do the menial Laxative Bromo-Quininc Tablets ,
Attest: W. M. Ins, Clerk. 1 labor, lawless and desperate (charac cure a cold In one day Xo cure, no "c' VALDOSTA, GEORGIA. lymarttt.r. 11

pay, Price 23 cents. .
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jE&blished 1874


r> r>. !I i The Ladies' Aid Society of the I City Election. I I Attention Farm:r51 -
1 Baptist church ,
was entertained Wednesday
; The city election passed off quietly The best place to buy hoes, plows,
4J..M st Complete Stock evening at the hospitable I I
of I j a light vote being cast. This was rakes and all kinds of tools is atWright's
home of Mrs. J. L. Turner, from 7 to 1 j
to the fact that the
primary dI -
( as you have the largest
, k ring and Summer 10. Delightful refreshments were j cides who shall the various stock
[ nillinery 'served occupy of hardware in Lake City to
an appropriate hour and i
I city offices and practically amounts !select from.
', Of any house in the the guests spent a most enjoyableI i! to an election. Although the pri- ---
> City, now I
I evening. i produce a thorough alterative
; f 3J I I, mary decides the question, it is the
on Display
at.c effect, the blood
On kidney and liver
I Saturday evening Mrs. N. B. duty of those participating in it to
1t JIISS H. RILEY Foreman entertained her Sunday come out and vote in the general must be thoroughly treated. "7"
-- I school class Mixture acts on all. Young's Drug-
to an Easter egg hunt. election and we hope that in the future store.

.1 Leading Milliner. The little ones were taken in a wagon the people will view the matter -, -
' to the woods, where they spent quite j in this light. Following the names Like bad dollars all counterfeits of

I an enjoyable time. After the egg--1 1of the city officers elected are given I DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve are

.;. .I hunt they were treated to a delightful and the vote of each: worthless. The original quickly '

.'. -- : picnic.Col. Mayor F. P. Cone, 34; clerk and I cures piles sores and all skin disease

:'- -;; I,I W. J. Neil, a prominent law treasurer, W. M. Ives, 3=; A. }: I *. A. R. Wise.. _

". :j I yer of Rome, Ga., spent seyeral days: Futch, 32; tax assessor, W. H. Wilson 'I Don't -wait until- your- -property is

it : g jin I the city this week, the guest I 33; tax colleaorlS'.f. Edward, : burned but take out fire protectionin
V' of his old friend 32. Aldermen: .J. E. Inman, 31;
,i Mr. W.- B.
| jTi J. Hinson. 30; Guy Gillen, :Uj; W. advance. Call on T. R. Hodges
:parasols PARASOLS Parasols i i I I Sadler. Col. Neil has repre- j F. Watts:, 27. who represents nine of the best com-
sented Floyd county in the Senate, | panies. Office opposite Baptist

and, although a young man, is win- Seed peas, beans and corn almost church. 'Phone. 34.

ning for himself an enviable name in, I at cost at Young's drug store. I ---
Millions of
' people are familiar
\\1 '
the politics of his state. He was delighted -
with Lake I Catarrh Cannot be Cured with DeWitt's Little Early Risers,
9 IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS.Gnildrens2 City. wit Local Applications, as they cannot I and those who use them find them
t Prof. N. A. Nogaard, acting under I reach the beat of the disease. Catarrh is a to be famous little liver pills. Never r;
'the auspices blood or constitutional dira.r. and in or- (Jripe. A. Wise.j .
ot the United States Jt
I |tier to cure it you must take: internal reme-
:, :|! Department of Agriculture, is in the die*. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally -
ctoi.to. ly and direcly on the blood and mucous
j city studying the disease among cat 1 surface Hall Catarrh cure is the quack ...... ..... ..... ..... ..... .....
i: tle known as salt-sickness. He has 1 best medicine.Physicians It was in prescribed this by one of the)j <
Y for
; Ladies- ,oc. to $ 5 .00. I II I the hearty encouragement of Dr. W. I, combined It ,Is composed with the of best the blood best country tonics purifiers known.years., act i! A LOT OF BRICKFOR

'F. Yocum, president of the State ing directly on the mucous surfaces. The '
I i perfect combination ot the two SALE BV '
College and-director ingredients i i
of the ,
-{ Experiment is what produces such wonderful results in I
Station, and is working in con- curing\Catarrh. Send for testimonials free 1 S. B. T I
1. K. J.l'HFNEY & Co., Prop'rs Toledo O. tlOMPSON.
:jiection with the Station scientists Sold by druggists Tac.

j Mr.( II. Grant, who has been em-j.j Hall. Famny Pills are the best apr I i ...... ...... ...... ,.. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..........0eeee.eeoee

JflS. E. YOUNG played by the lake City Electric & I J" -- n -- _
"b".Y. .
e. ,
Water Co., as book-keeper, left Sun- : eee, ..e.e0
i; s, 'Naldwatte, 1'{!"" ttn\ day evening for Thelma, Ga., where 1
he has 'I'f
r accepted a position. Mr I
I French Harden has taken his place : ': NEW SPRING HATS

... .. here. Mr. K.mlin was book-keeper' :
I' for the lirm of Adams Uro- (!o. for I I

ocaNews I!I ': some time and has many friends in The Eater display has '
I 7" Mixture A by no means -
Notes. -the I A
; greatest blood
I the city who will wclcoauhis return. i exhausted the designer.-r: milliner.. = "
purifier of the ..Ii hUil. IkMUUtul mutclk here I y
'L1 20th are to
i century. Young'rugstore. '
F It grieves to take the place of thosr sold and keep j '
: '. l I D us announce the deathof A the Mock cnmi.lftc The display otserticealile I "I 8
'"* of kinds : Jude: W. f[. Murrel, an old and f walking hat. jktrtiru- -- ''" i
all .e
: Gardes teed cheap at $:100 shoes from *IM to *1..10,shoes early interesting.MRS. 11'' '

f;%iooll'.drag store. i i j ftiiS'Kjl'bargains r 7.>c, ..>c shoes for ..Hc, at _\. R. I!'i at highly, his home respected Saturday citizen of morning Ft. White.at '" I )irI II

in shoes at A. B. i j Brown's Surprise Store. ,,-, I : t '
I ::o'clock, after a protracted ill I T. N. .MILTON ,
[tnrit Store.
Surprise Mrs.
i Ceo.
j jC Smithson .
spent Easlerin nes His brother-in-law, Dr. S. I. .
tii.Q.:B. St'aten made a business ': the city, guest of her parents, Mr. I I: Berry of this city, attended him du:- j i I Monroe Block. Marion St. i r I r II'

trip Jacksonville Wednesday. and Mrs. G. II. Borger. ing his last hours. Judge Murrel I'l| I I 1I
j c-o PVr
:f jfr. Ed L. Greer spent several {i! Elegant line of pants as cheap as conducted a drug business and was'I I '
I t fafila ton this week with his fam-,j j: good' goods can be sold, at A. B.I :>: for many years: Justice of his dis- I. "" ,.

x n.MJ''., j. Brown's Surprise Store. I tr' Ct. .I I .

| ".' 'Tie prettiest line of fans and i Now is the time to cleanse Dame Rumor has it that Lake !, It.,( ()!< .. . .
: your .. } () ( (}!<) ( ., .) () ( (} () <> ( ()!<) () .()!<)"()".
:;"kIIt af A.. B. Brown's SurprISeSl 'system impurities. "7" Misi > t City is to have a large brick hotel J &L .:t; &;: & QiLl: ; ,: &;>II

< tt.. tore does it thoroughly. Young's in the near future, but Dame Rumor I; V..+. .
[f '$esatoi B.H.''Palmer spent Satur- Drugstore. has lately had so many things that i "r' N+

j,: fajud Sunday at home with his I!I The Tennesseean who bought a : failed to materialize that we are al- ? 5 {l

." t i silver brick from a sharper the"other j i i most tempted to droll the final "e." :

':)Paints oils, glass, putty and var- I day evidently had not heard of the j I We hope that the rumor is correct, M RESERVED FOP.
j whei la '-crime of '73.- :; for we certainly need a large, handsome '
Quantity '
an/ Young's1dng I
store : Mr. C. Y. Bird j l and well appointed hotel badly j 1
; a prominent citizen j- Lott W.
& Bro. 1 :
Bj i&'means let's make another I of Live Oak and well known in enough. A fortune awaits the man !!
1 who will
OOicrop before we tackle the this city, died at his home last Friday erect one. j jI
paie"t politigl ,' after short illness. i i As the hot weather of summer is i i i4 PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.

l ft.jlfterthi' -. 'T .month the Mrs. Len. Markham of Jacksonville 'approaching, this paper will con- I M
freedom of I I has been the k'stantly keep before its readers | i4 'JwA
|,f* frf.fllBOtbe accorded to thee : spending past wee ('TEETHINA M
in this the a remedy which, where I
cos j city, guest of heparents, : ,
5 I M r. and Mrs. Jessie Hinson. ;i known, is being universally used to lIi:"...
>be : M.
-kert.'wx and stockings that prevent and counteract the effects of' M
eier f State's Attorney L. -E, Robinson: .
:fold for lOc, at A. B.lw .
| warm upon small children, I i =
of Jasper, has purchased the lot just : I .
!!Surprise Store. .
: and it is hoped that all mothers of < ;
n6rth of the Episcopal church boiling d' i I I
--14r'7oe 9aligii of I j I this community will keep their children !II
Gainesville was J on which he intends to erect a I .................
k hE Citi Monday, guest of his : large two residence in the j j in a healthy condition by giving I ......... j

f. ,tber, Mr.C.,V. Waugh. i story' near !j it, for it coots only 23 cents at drug 1
l i j gists; or mail 25 cents to C. J. hip { STEIN
:c' agtrr7ial rge and well-selected i i Rev. Phillip II. Dowling' of Live I j fett, M, D., St. Louis, Mo. [ap-12-01 .
"of n p ana chemicals of alII'Oak, State Evangelist of the Ad-i j
i'-aI7hlnt The "Florida and Dletropolitast YORK, MONDAY EVENING TO BUY : i
1 1Limited"
'rou want and see t vent Church, was in the city la
't,1Ire. '"tall at Young's Drums week and held services ,with t-everal I Jacksonville will continue to I'j' AND SUMMER GOODS. !
daily, including Sundays
"i "'... i
: of the surrounding churches of that '
/ Ilthke C at 10:20 a. m., over the Seaboard : Colors. Best Quality and Lowest Prices on 'i
'. tp Band has rented I denomination. I '{ Lake City. Call and look over our stock, we ban
; Air Line
-i Railway for 1'e tor-Prices the Lowest .
troomorerKearsey & Hut- : :
LOST OR STOLEX-Toy police; York, reaching Richmond, Washington
/ pakore.here; a neat little re- ,1 with seats on side and hi : j Goods and Mens :
;,tkaJOeeearranged wagon, : j ton, Baltimore and Philadelphia Clothing. j
; in which to' seat in front, painted red, large! ,
April 8th to April 2\th, inclusive I '
t! enough for three little boys to ride this train will also be operated .

- ,. feC.Gilbert"and [ in. Finder will be rewarded by returning : I ..
j ... family of Bran- from St. Augustine on Mondays 40-iri. Wide 1e : :
$ | W> ti.to the city Tuesday and to Ted Taylor. j Wednesdays and Fridays. 8'M. jd up.

< 10 L the new residence v n i I!i: Rev. E. R. Carswell has purchased April 6th the S. A. L. will be th *ad -rail and see Goods and get Prices. .

recently purchased by a three acre tract of land on the or.ly line operating solid cestibulimited M. STEIN. !
', northern portion of the Moody farm, iIT service from Jacksonville ;

ilf A.'W oa has just had a the south-western part of the city ; Fla., to eastern cities, daily, $ .

\: iifclL."l'0n. his property\ and purposeto erect on it a handsome :' ingSU11<<1ays. Write .\. O. Mac Don'ell : .S :

fe;**l Tv'tltreet and is having twelve room residence. A. G. 1'. A., Jacksonville, Fla. ---- -- -- -

-wetted just. east of It on I Prof. J. M. Young, Miss M. I* DB Ic- for information regarding I
and sleeping car reservations. r r> .
_atrt L. !B Clintock, Mrs. f:. 'onCampI i,+* j !iI

: i Mamie Davidson, Mrs. S. R Thompson '
5 SFut h is 7 j ARRIVED AT ..
having a handloom ; To Cure a Cold in One Day _
**. two and Messrs- Hal Henderson an'll j I
"aWlU.' .' story residence: I|Norman Ives went to Jacksonville'!Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Ta b i .
-fit property on South Saturday to see Joe Jefferson play j ]lets. All druggists refund the won ;, BAZAAR ;

; just south.of the i iW Rip Van\Viukle. i jifit] fails to cure. E. W. Grovea :;
?'A Mr. C. homes, of Atlanta, G ., signature is on each box. 23c t ,

cannot take. ordinary 'is in the city gathering informationfor I Notice A nice line of Summer Foot-Wear !

Pleasure to take D e- : use in compiling a history of the for Men, Women and Children. .
; .Ali Risers. They ; state of Florida. This history is {)e-i j Is hereby given that I will place

pills i; ing gotten out under the auspices of ;! in the hands of my attorney for collection The best Shoes for a Dollar In the State-call and see them.
R.Vlttttsee.liver ever Also
.':. Summer Hats for Everybody
prices> are so Low '
I the Southern Historical Association, I all notes and accounts St you simply can't help trom buying" .

Warnrell has rented the which has the active co-operation of I due, not paid by 1st of June, 1 9 01.1 I

!! Ex-Governor Francis P. Fleming ar.d Positively no exceptions. "flimorsifle"
''' iJMfc'nanto g street occ u- ;: will contain a new feature, as the }I. 1?. \WRIGHT.e I straight Front Corsets ,
vonCamp ,
anJfamily, : commercial and industrial devel -I t- .
rn to their old will be exhaustively best make for Comfort J\ ;
> home
in :ment of the state and use. Mivses Corsets als->on hand.
,h the'near,, future. [i treated as well as its political hio-| If \II. don't save you money, we don't erect to.sell you good. tJ _

.Inkley,and Miss Jose- !i tory. ___ __ I We sell only High c

_!ere quietly marriedApril You Know What You are Taking I I 1 Grade Pianos"and Organs Nothing Over One Dollar,

x .- 1Thul'lday, 4th, ; When you take Grove's Tasteless that have heen es- YOURS TO PLEASE, ", .-

s 'w j mofficiating. They :: Chill Tonic because the formula is tuhlished as such for j

:-eDds'throughout the plainly printed on every bottle showIng F. URIE. ;
.. "join ,with the Cir I- that it is simply iron and quininein many yean*. LAKE CITY, FLA. lit
them a No
a tasteless form. cure no pay.
,l loyed happiness., I iIOiH.E Bi.Ott_ SLJLJLJLJI'-JLj.
: 1 50 cents., TTT y y y y y


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I. 6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 1874

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1 BAD BLOOD, !! cro-organism to whuh the disease is I' Be it ordained ORDINANCE.NO.1-y the Mayor ana I .-: _, :. ,;: : :: :._..:: ;.:.c'= ("_. -- --

due. micro-organism, a small AiderirA-n of the town of Lake City,
I I ._,,... me.ne.rs:9e0ura..n a.-ana our.
; in all *
BAD COMPLEXION oocco-bacnhis, grows readily Florida: I
common culture-media at the temperature Sec. 1. It shall! he un'aw'ui for : CASTORIAi

I The skin is the scat of an almost end of the body, and is obtained any per.sn, with'rat authuiiiy. to '

less variety of diseases. They are kncwaby from the exudations from the lungs, break, tap remove, disturb <>r in-
various names, but are :ill due to li.- the tracheal: mucus, and the nasal secretions 11 1'JMpcEaWePreparation I ,
same cause, acid and other poi ois s.j of dogs suffering from the jure in any way any vvater-nasn or .. ,.. i For Infantsand Children.
the blood that irritate and interfere with disease. A cubic centimeter of a hyJrant or Ilth..r-: ;'jii.LfI"; o (1: Ii'- '. :" '''':': I,

the proper action of the skin. brot'i-culture of these microbes, injected ture, part of any water wcrsy..t! -.:i -
-* To have a smooth, soft skin, free fro j
beneath the skin of the abdo- within said town. I The Kind You Han
n all eruptions, the blood mast be kept pure I 1 ID RI I
" and healthy. The many prepautioiis: men in a dog weighing 15 pounds; in- ,I I 81"('. i. That it chili 1-e unlawfulfor it

arsenic and potash and the large number duces an attack of distemper, which auy prr"OIlVilhuu: auiLoritj.to _______ __ j
of face powders and lotions generally terminates fatally in a week from the cut, break, remove or injure in i ,- '.. '- Always Bought

used in this class of diseases cover up date of inoculation. vaccine necessary !1! of the tele tat h. tet'- for Assimilating -
any way any
I for a short time, but cannot remove permanently to protect dogs from the disease
the ugly blotches and the red, has also been prepared, and is said to 1 phone or electric light w'rei, 'pok" : Ihcfood andReg uta-

disfiguring pimples. be efficacious. This vaccine is insulators, lamps, carbons glob.> o_ :, I tingtheStonachsaMHostielsof Bears theSignature

Eternal vigUanco Is the price tamed by heating a broth-culture Ob-I other fixtures erected or maintain

of a boauti/til complexion the bacillus at a temperature of 60 as a part (If any telegraph, telephone : t s

when such remedies are relied on. grees Cent. for 30 minutes, with I or electric lighting bist.-ra : -.- ,
Mr.ILT. Shobe.rp Lucas Avenue SL Louis, the subsequent addition of a small
the limits If Promotes DigestiortCheerful-
within corporate (
f Mo.,gays t "My daughter was afflicted for>'can I i
t with a disfiguring eruptt-n oa her face, which quantity of carbolic acid. Two cubic town of Lake ('it\. I nessandRest-Contains
resisted all treatment.. She was taken to two' centimeters of this vaccine have been I of
celebrated health spring but"'<:rIved no bene- I Sec. 3. Any person violating any i 1 OPlUffi,1 torphine nor}finexal.
fit. medicines were prescniiol. t-ulwah- found sufficient when injected to .
I, Many
out result until we decided to try t.S.S.,and,by ward off the disease from fox-terrier of the l'ro\"i..iolls of this ord;na' c I NOT NARCOTIC.
f the time the first bottle was ficuhcd iLeeniLiiou I ...
shall be fine not !
a exceeding
punished by
; began to disappear. A dozen bottles curd her POPS weighing fire pounds which !
completely and left her skin perf tl/ smooth. been exposed to infection. The lengthof I the su.n of :*:530.W, or iiii- !
She IS now seventeen years old aud not a sign of or Old 1i"SANllZJ'O11E1l i
the embarrassing disease h:s tier returned" time vaccinated dogs remain im-I prisonment not exceeding t\\1I1 i I. liue,4u. Sari-
,, S. S. S. is: a positive, unfailing cure for mune has still to be ascertained. I months at the discretion of the May- : Mx Senna*
the worst forms of skin troubles.:>. It is on a large scale are at present being, KtAMtSJujtautSfat -
the greatest of all blood purifiers, and the conducted. or. I r S I
only one guaranteed purely egetable. / I Passed by Council :\prillit, 1W1.! Jtftaniat fiGi Bad blood makes bad complexions. I 1 I William Waldorf .\ tor's business office AttestV.. M. Ivts, Clerk. I fan3sedL'rb.J. -

purifies and invigo- is the handsomest in London, ands S. L. BERRY, Pres- Pro Tens.Approved : (It-J agar hors. :
rates the old and in its rich apjointmrnt, uniqueamong' April btlWJI. I I USBFor
S SS that makes nourishes new,rich blood the those of London's iic-Ii 1IIt0.ho t F. i*. COVE. Mavur.Appiicatioi I perfect Remedy for ConstipA'tioll

body and keeps the usually! transact their business in offices I Sour Stonvich.Diairhoea,

skin .active and healthy and ill proper rather shabby than otherwise. -i Ii i \frras,Collvulsions.fe\'Crish-

condition to perform its part towards Some estimation of the .iis ;r_nui/cri far AdminUtraiion. ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. ; Over
and miserable! state of the JirJL'ian 4S
carrying off the impurities from the body.If "(1\'
IX w"l'k ..!li.r the U-i iiui.luatiiin olUn
you have Eczema,Tetter, Acne, Salt ernuu'tit railwamay be gathered<\! i > notUr I will ilTK t<> Hun.V, M facsimile Signature of
Rbeum, Psoriasis: or jour skin is rough from the fact that recently, while a I HtM ..unU Juilae, turleth.r-ot a.Jmili'lr.l-. ;
and send for book on Blood :' ti,',i cm Uu est.U- nlV. I',CuilinN 1Il'.01"Ir Gala.NEW Thirty YearsCASTORIA
pimply, our train
\\as traveling a moderate '\ 1-.I 1',U!. L. I', WII.MI.V.
and Skin Diseases and wnte our physicians speed, one of the carriages dropped to YORK.
about your case. No*charge whatever pieces. The passengers sure shaken i -s-ad .
for this service.
up, and one mal had both his legs cut I ,


Bears thaSignature Kind You lla Ya AMS! BjHigHTIJi : rd :

i I! FOR PORTIONLESS GIRLS.Old ct: /1-.1-- 1jiI THE,CEIIT.. ".CO.NII.. .rw y...._
ef )lclr_""""" -
Bachelor Who Left Paid fog r.'* \canE
DowerlB DeMrvlnf --I

k DamaeM. I --- l: -- \ JJgrowe --=

; Trustees of an old bachelors' fund Loulsillie & Nasilulile R. R. ra \ Potash. ,
'J for dowerless girls in Sew Orleans, *

who recently decided to the ;
change Cr1Cc Supply e
Rims through cars to 1'en.acolt. i !
i h bpirit, if not the letter, of the testator's
Mobile and
\ew Orleans, to llirminghara Pot
t 3p provisions had a precedent in the Naihvihc and St. Louis, to I enough .R.RY -
case of John Anderson, c-: /en of Louisville, Cincinnati and Kvanr- ? ash and your o
Glasgow and Manchester. Like the vile and to Chicago without leaving $ 20"m

New Orleans donor, he was a bachelor, train. Tor rate, schedules and ,, profits will b- }
commonly reputed to have been sleeping-car reservation>rite to or vJe A:: without
I' "ironed in love." He left$15,000 and cation 'I j jU. 1 large; I O
his blessing for "a fund to be formed II. HOPKINS, Fia. I'ass. A rt. I I2tHi I Potash your 1 Teachers and Prospective Teachers ii

I having for its object the dowering of \Vest Hay Street, j ..
I will be find nt'i.1'11'..
O at the Lake
r deserving damsels. Candidates must Jacksonville. Ha. I crop ( ity t l'l.II ...
be able to read and write, to sew and C. L. STONE, G. I' A., I I t "scrubby." t

1- cook and to sing and dance welL Having Louisville, Ky. I! $50 GOVEKS
Our books, telling about composition of fertiliser. i fill EXPENSES
Y [ proved themselves proficient in --- CC2 adjpltJ for all crops, ore tree to all Luivu,
these attributes, candidates were to GERMAN KALI WORKS, except: rair,):.1 Farr fur one term
et haisau bt,New Vjik. ; 4 St.iJ for circulars i
I .. receive $110 on their wedding days."; II. A. AVILSON.nnd T. to
Circumstances were found to necessitate
I 11 W. F. YOGUM Lake Gitu Fla.
placing tome restrictions about ,
ihis bounty, for unscrupulous indi- t}
" xidual schemed to secure the dower ?- 5
I : a
I I II KodolDyspepsa
, f more than once. I II I
The corporation of the city of Lon- I
don is intrusted with the administration '

Ii of Signor Pasquale Favoli's bequest -
t1 for portionless girls. "Three I iH I II I Cure : !

.. poor but honest girls" are endowed If I '
aiinuallyvjn sums according to their : Digests what eat. f _
you -
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i. merits, as the "worshipful gentlemen It artificially digests the food and aid I j
i may think fit." i 1 Nature in strengthening and 'I "
( it f,,, Chance decides who are the recipients 1 strutting the exhausted recon'I'I j I "Th u Shalt Not Covet.
the fortunate '
being se- i gans. It istbe stdiscoTereddigest-i
."a leeted by lot. Any 16 and [ I ILaie )I ant and tonic. No other I
girl over under lNDE ll7JIE : preparation !, PERFECT CO::ENTiEiT IS BOXtt.V TUB KITCKEX. HEALTHFUl KEA&DAM7ILY
,s i 25 may become a candidate, and i can approach it in efficiency. It instantly i SZ37LD, HAZE "A HEART TO &::;:T ITS FAT.'. '
; may repeat again till the age limit dis- ...itq, ._1-.. relieves and permanently cures : Write for C ? f. qualifies her, but the young women I, j Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, i' Cealurf, and, for a siodeft oailay, taeAe life worth living.
, t have Collins : Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, j
to submit duly certified birth certificates O!bets all Styles and'Prices. ;
I t so as to obviate any charger Onlem Prom I.t 1\: Filfcd. i iGONORRHOEA 1 Sick all Headache,GastralgiaCrampsand ; I I INVESTIGATE
other results of imperfect digestion.
t. "intent to defraud.. '
)f. > Price 50c.and Jl. Large size contains 2M time i .. W'fft
small size.Book all aboutdyspepSJama ledrtee i,
; DISTEMPER IN DOGS.A 1 Prepared by Eo Co DeWITJo4 CO.Cbieago.PATENTS ++it+ {

i .. Prof. Copeland Uaa Discovered
That It la Canted by the : + *
t.S Mierobe.kr f fI + % 't tfcme of Tort i}iars Experience
( Lis'
i > JMorn the flow
. )1. a 9.t.
i hr
. The last number of the Proceedings 'fH V Economize in fuel

" 'I "f the Royal Society contains a description w + ._ : Jj,? 'SVJTae Glad the Ha se/nfift Qut2rL
. of Prof. Coi>t'lalld's I 1
successful : GLEET
promptly proear.d Oa 80 PEE. Send model,aketrh,
investigation as to the cause of j I ; CURE <:;,stemper in dogs.' Asa result of his w o ataU.a sad Foreign Pstennand Ttsde idarlu't
} W rasa. Fureit terms ever elated to ineBtan i
? efforts, he has isolated a specific nii- JrAIEUT LAWTES3 OF SI YEAE8' PBACIICS(
;j' -- --- ,, -- I 'i, l CURE. ,YOURSELF... 5 AIl 20,600 bu.tnesa PATENTS PROCURED TT[fROUGN THEMlnwmee. 1 pf rr' MFtD
i* CAS On..a.: tca S.e..e 1.00.AT oatacrst.a .ca ?p Moderato aaudenUal.tlnnnn.. .avow. katbfal > p JaJjjP5 BllhTOI [

Beuitbe 1he Kurd You Hare Always Bought .,. t Ci \grog e.r..e.. Y.C Cav... Ww CS A. SNOW & Ca. *SHVI LIE-TEN (:

6! Signature Cr ::-.: PATENT LAWYERS, d
of +#. I Opp. U.S Pateat Offitt, WASHINGTON, 0.1 C. i
For sale by George. Price. II
m.i =- "IT IS WRITTEN ,I
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"NationrJ Steel Rarges are the Fever had a store to bake as
best made." evenly and quickly."

H. M. PaiCE, Mobile,Ala. spa ELLEN TYKES,KasbtiBt

"Abundance of hot: water
always :
." L "In 30 years housekeeping:, DCftI'fl111l1Sbed. b
W.R.BRIKGBCIST ClarksvHe. a had a stove BO pleasing"After
REV..B.l'llwaNash uTe.
one year's hard service,
in perfect condition." 111 "I am sure there is none superior.

j FASNISQ CEPHAS SCHOOL Nashville. "1 J.T.AHEARI.SuperintMil"
Water V/orka,KasWfl*
."Not one.b3lfthe fuel requiredas
: I, formerly." l, "The National, the best range .
lit '
I "Have C.J. CTJSTSZ, Eidanaa.*!' I-
never seen one would
I exchange it for." Takes less wood and less time."_ ,
'Li' <
4 1 B. F.STSATTOX Nashville. T.].Doan.Catndes ; -
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"" '.0', CHURCHES._ pJantSystem I rr.lr.t.\1{r.: TnQ..11: =DJS1 -F."EhE>:=111T XJY;.:=1'>.<1'-:13JS1.1)1 ."!jj I

Iri-R v- F. Piston, pas- '

rreachingevery Sunday at 11 The Great 1: III

.. tor.; '-and7:- II. m. Sunday school Through Car Line From Florida. : DON'T STAND Ii

t:.:1'11tW'" m. J: worth League 4:00 illii

:'( L lie every Sunday. Prayer<<. meet To CONNECTIONS: .: RLYOlJRlEAD. i '

, ""+- '!;...ypedaeaday' evening at .:4.). The East )j.' The Atlantic (oa.t Line, via Charleston, Richmond and 1:1 t=_ !! { -
---' ;; } Washington.ViaAHllail IE

-Service> every Sunday 11 J I The Southern I.-tllway, Via! Savannah, Columbia and I 1fiND\\
1 ''Uashin I
:a..a d8 p. : Sunday school lpraer ;ton. I III =

'C xc .Ie ..', meeting Tuesday i I/11 I KICK = === I il

80 clock. I The Southern ;; ,\.
erfDiDP l Railway via Jessup, Atlanta : :
ThfWeSti The Louisville Chattanooga i I'Iii 111ri
; & Nashville via { j ',
; k ."': 13ev. Curtis Grubb, rest 1 The Southern n'r'ia Savannah Montgomery. i I \ W T the poor Printing you have been '
'. 2nd 3rd and 4th I The ) Columbia and Ashville. 1'i\J I i .
. or' Preaching Mobile: Ohio U. Pw via r I using when You can get the Bet
-l{ each month at 11 | 1 just as
ldays in a. m easily as poor. Our prices are :
- and 7:-15 p. m. Sunday school at To 1 Via Savannah and I J reasonably consistent! with uto| - Ocean
: .tJt.L m. The |I'. York, Philadelphia Steamship and Company for New II II first-class work. We are prompt. I
: Boston. Avoid further I
: : Via savannah trouble and annoyance {I''!
: ViaSteamshin
Merchants f1
t.' SBYTiSLUI-Rey. J. C. Timms, aiuauij.j Company for Baltimore.: Miners Transportation : by sending us a Trial Order. I II

7" JSor. Preaching every Sunday r ll
To\ I:WEST !
:.' at-U a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday ) : '
and 1li THE :
930 m. Prayer meeting c"insulaand0ccitlental OFFICE. !
School a. UAVAN.I .\. J Steamship Co. '' H. L. DODD, PROPRIETOR.
afternoon at 1 "
every Tuesday
't,'doCk1 i -- J"8
fl.: M.ot I i
'' TONovaScotia'l Via Boston and Canada :;)I"U-liU.lM..t t !>>>!b itett.. tM

__ Birnsr-Eld. E.R. Carswell, | alto' Line for Ualifas' Atlantic and Plant Steamship "W..1il l r.1 I 1 1jj -"R N6PIan g
;;""senicei every Lord's day. Sunday wardi Island.J HawkesberrV and t'harlottestown. :

1Chool9:30a.m.: Prayer meeting Winter Tourists Tickets !
: Tnunday evenings at 7U Ladies and Southern will be on sale throughout the
Mates Nurthern.
to all
1W0-tool Florida ; Ea.1teru.jWestern A. B.
limited leliOr
f Helping Band meet every Monday Addresses to return of until stay 31ht' with liberal via stop-over Plant System, during heason os i CAMPBELL
partle'i privileges In rtorlda.[ ,
evening at 3 o'clock. supplied with In the Sort J. sent tQo tile i JACKSONVILLE
: a1l1ntormation and handsome advertising undersigned will be Ubcrallj j t, FLA.
p-' .- For Information as to Rate, Organs "OLD RELIABLE.
CUTOFFICIALS.JUTOtF. I 1'.1L JOLLY Sleeping Car Reservations, etc.,call on or write to Eatabllahed
Division Passenger In 1878. ,
138 W.
W. a DIXDA1I Bay S>tr. Astor Block.Jacksonville. i'
Cone I Gent Fla.
P. SaKrlntendent
!>;: Savannah' n.V. Kimball ;
Ga. Pass.
1 I Traffic
1UII"TUAStRER.- J/ 7,r*. Savannah.Ga.Mgr., t|; ... Whitney Hinze. !

: L.-.4.E. Fulc.AJ /,. I ** THE
,SSDI..H..4. 1Vileoll.coarCiroLR' I All kinds of Small Instruments :,
/ Edward VfSTIBUltn Send for } ree Cataloguel Trimming and full information.Easy Term_. _.. Low Prices. 'I

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?ArJJD JlOUlGillell, I'. /'. m SEABOARD AIRLINE I .
ITEb -
f'rWft .# .L. flympton, O. J}. I I IM ... -- -- -- -
"sI _
f pu'kes, / J?, JII lan, R. J. Minion I DIRECT
s; ".AF.8ogm. TRAINS ..

| TO
NORTH 4 KAST. .:+, '
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Co sTy lUDGEJv. )/ 11' tJ. Lv Jacksonville-----.1103l3,7-1o'op i ;' 7311a, ---VISION/---/ '-1-31 WASHINGTON,
SIIIDTJY.> N. COlle.r. .tAr\ Everett F'rrnanStna---. __._ 1t 311 a, 9001' "--,_ : Jacksonville. ..i IItoa'7-1Op ; BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA
-\rlla"I1.ln".h..h .,. ._
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''ClEBK-If Starborough.. I -..-_-_ '00 ,,,1001'131p1liM/pllia IIII/Ip 1131p .. \a Mo. _00 _....__ 11 944alll5pr 1:1: a(ID 3.ArSarannah .. i! NEW YORK

"r ltstgl:YSY 4. L. Turner.iSESSOB Ar Fairfaz.------I :31p 2111a Gainesville-------------------' I1n pl... ..p. aiRiiii. .,
Ar -- .C..ar _
}, >i-d. B.-Brou'n.s I Ar Denmark------------' 3 15 p 3 51 a.---------- 1iey----- -h.' 113.'ipi..'._" I CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE '

,COI.rJL'fOa-C. JOM j Ar Columbia---------------...-. .,- ; "3 11' 6 431\a "._.... i ...'IIt'ala.o.Spring-------------- .-____...._... 1 lOp, _... I
= I Ar do Yinrs------- '--- r" n a. Hiidwoml..._ ..__, ."... : '
; Sm.:: PnLro.' INSTRUCTIOY- 7I I 10 :37 p IU W.a .. .. -- sup, isua': ATLANTA
.Ar ( ..__
V OKHt' .' Raleigh---------------$2 :!3 Ia II .u a .. .. .. xrahurg-----_ .i iaiplr-: ,, .i
Ar Tnare"
? Purt+muuth.------- 7 lllIa S :rep --I ,----------------------S' : :1 p' 4 I a BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS,
:IbtnT calanssloXERS-r. T. Rf oj -- -\r Richmond \'a.--- ...urlando I' I
4 5.i a. 5 Sa ...... WI' 4U
: tr.dninia; Frank Smith, (}ro.1 1 \r Ar Washington---------/ Li a II :30": l' --- .- : "Uaue Winter Yark .-.-..- 3'! p.,..... I RAILWAY I CHATTANOOGA .' -II
: Baltimore-----------'lu ?+a 11 's;:) . City------------------- 3 22p :3 116 .f
; A.S..ihv'l T. W. Getzen and A. !\ Ar Phlladelphla..hh p ..' flan[ Crty-------_ __ ., it ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY
13 L : 3t ..._. 41 K J Ill ,
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1-RumpA. : Ar Xe.'ork..... Tantpa----------------.'....
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[ : .BOASD! PUBLIC ISSTRt CTION-W. T.I --- And all Points East and ..... k

: .:Henry,chairman; S. I. Kerry ami *<\nneetion made at Fernandina ,

:,. E. A'ut, .. I with Cumberland route steamers '
,: ,._ I baring Fernandina l::!O p. m. daily | I. NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS t
WEST Dl\ J: s'-o. except THIS.
j Sunday, arriving Brunswick
1---, p. lu. I I Im S I
.. Lv Jacksonville. ,
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I .;bird' Judicial Circuit of Florida- ;i -Liveoat, Lake *'IIY.----...____...... .... ;;;:ii<>) ui Un'll''n' !lu'a -- I THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, f !
;. JndgeJohn F White \ 1Hadisun----------------------- | &v tlejive Fernandina for JacksonTBomai.vilie" VU Savannah and Charlotte N. f
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'-'featt'i j i ...___.. I""I ifuaL.'V' i THE UNITED STATES
Attorney, L. E. Robinson, Montgomery------------------ MAIL !
; Japer,na. "!oit. LoUls........_........ .. swa 1 Arrivals Jacksonville from north i I VU Savannah Charlotte. N. j
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t Talaha..e..... ..... a & |
f :: JUt 3 3.p east, ;!; at l>;10 a. m.: No: 31 at ji
BPtcla TERM. : .. QUIDCV.n.I..h- 1 j 13.1 From I THE :
p. west AND
No. 2 _
taper,Hamilton county 4th Tues ,{ ...1.en Junction----------------------------- ; p n. ni., No. -I, t.o! a. m. From the south j I j I i

1lulalillal'J. : Mobll".___..-.-...-. -. I 3 i::a ,: Xo11, at 9:30 a. m., No. W, at 3:)) ; Via Jesup.
New .. ...
'x Orleans
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Ll-.tOikSUI'aDee county, 2nd Tues-1 -- --------1---I j 74oai: ]'. m. THE CINCINNATI i
'1.lake J1ailal. --- h __ ___ i
.. Oty, Coliimbia county, 4th No. 44, solid vestibuled train between Jacksonville I Via JUUD.
r.Taetdty in cludin and New York, inj W'I I
May. IlLahJette mail j
? ; baggage and
express cars, day coaches,
county, 2nd Tues1 1 through! Pullman weepers between Tampa and New York dining cars and { Through Vestlbuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room i
Atlanta '
c. day III JDDe. ( Nashville. Nos. .11 and 41 and Sleeping Cars, Through Coaches
i carry Pullman bnffet sleeping Elegant Dining Ca,..
cars between Jack-
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yTaylor t s-'inville and j
county, Is Tuesday Tampa. i I

> I No. Cfi, solid vestibule. train, consisting of day- coaches, mail, baggage Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville i
t.; .3fadisonMaaison :and Cincinnati, 0.,
county, 2nd Tues- express cars Jacksonville and Washington and Asbevllle, N.C., and knoxville,
; J.JQ ApriL sleeper between Jacksonville and New York.
;, I Nos. 3 anllI, Pullman I
f i
PUT and St. Louis ;
TERM. Monticello\] via Through Trains via Southern
.f} Thoinasville and Montgomery. Railway are now Operated :' I
a per;Hamilton county, 4th Tuesday Steamers for Key \V est and Havana No. 27 makes In Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville. t
lnAnsnst connection at Port I
Tampa with
steamers leaving '
bheOak Mumla\ Thursdays and :
II i Norember., unnee county, 2nd Tuesday -.! Nt s. 2 and 1., sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.Saturdays. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS at Via Hi Bate OB Sill Jill 1 fo Sept 30,1900 j

Late V. I K.: M'HKI-; I:. R L.
City! Columbia
Taaday u November.county, 4th Jen'l 1 Sup't Gen. Pass. Agent. i| For raga, MhedulM and Information call OB cddreu .

.>h70.1ifayette t>urt"muutha.. j I W. T. COSBY, T. P. A., I
;;. day county 2nd Tues-i j"s \. JlAfDOXELL, Assistant: Gen. Passenger IU ,..
la Ikcember.'J.Taylorcounty. I Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. I{ f. v. Wqs 2&11& ",Jaoksonvlll.,11a. .
: 1st : W. A. TURK i. H. HASDWICK, .
( Tuesday I' Trio i .
ktober,. GeD.Pu,1.
.tgt.. Ala,.Oca. r....Aft.AUamUG .

1!is,October.T Madison. county, 2nd. Tues- !! GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA .RAILWAY. ''I WtiUnftoa,D. C.'a iiflgtonD.O. *. I i ,.

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j 15ft III : :1, 1" nl 1.\ .......'Jiflnll... .. .....Ar 12.1'11I 1155a I "-
f :3 4i.; I III ...... .. .!l oil.arls.... .... ....12/. :r: II m 12 2'a m 111 LADIES, GIRLS. MEN, BO'SSUITS

is :; a 111 4 Itj I' tit .. .. ... .. lIt'artl inc. .. .. .. .. .. 11 5111 111 12 11 a III
.. 441)3 III I'' .SIGp ma Ar. ... .. .\"I.O'IL. ..... .. .I.\'IIIIO "" 11 ::15p 111I40a \ and CHILDREN.?
Y 4, III 5 f:. p III Lv.... ....1 ahoto .. ......... ...Ar II Iii a III 11 :1.1(111I OVERCOATS
1i'pa K I )31a III I.6 (Jjillill .. ..... .)ail..'r..... .... ..... . IOl.iu III hl3Ip: 111 \ The Largest Si3tk ant

6Ula 111 .fiitJllliI . ...\\1lillO'l.rin;. .; . . ... J ::3 a III 10Oip m UNDERWEAR \
.I GU'la w ,7UIIp to Ar......... Lakefltr........ . .Lv !1If\alll 940plII I Variety.
'IALIE'S II th III 1 7'Sp: n, I.\ ..... l.l\l.l1t! .... . ..Ar'M5Ua nt 92lp III and \'
7ilaut S2.tint .. -. .Sautt.wLCily------------: : :: ,,O Ii 111 1 \ BEST
IIC\&am I 113.111' .. ... . .liaapt-ui. 1'737ant 752.m 805pn I FURNISHINGS. \ QUALITIES, II I-
r I) 15a 111 94ptn .\r. .. .. .1'aiatsl. .. .. . .1.,.IU 2.Sam 040pnu4IS1u \ I
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fJvE and always

j :'lpm, it-v. .LIbeCitr. . ....ArI 8iua III y.Upn I 1 = \ the
I1l1Oall1 ,I 83.)1111I .il.\. ...... .:anl.'un .. . .. \r\ 74( ft m 'i'55II n 1 I Tailor-Iiade SUITS, SKIRTS, \ I
r ; 8.iu to ) !130'1I11 I\r.. .. . faiur1ville.; . ..... .1.\ 6-tJalll S 7000m Walsh, Underskirts, Under LOWEST

WHISKEY 1. wear, Hosiery, Jackets, \
SOUTH urxlI SCHEDULES.Via Capes. Fine Neckwear and
Mawii. C of 0 RT:>X C: & it L Ry. Ill Cent R R and connections. I Faralshlags. \

I 'ti.ED 9 fat a in 0 4)t p in l.al.c City........ .Ar 6 20 a in 7 W pie \\

...".t;..- BY ACE 4lipln 4loan: II.V Macon ..ivlt3ipin It 20 a ni Boys' and Children's Supp ies, .
7 35 p in 7 :!j a 111 .Atlanta.fliatiantmga. .Lv 8 :<0 p in 7 50 a in
.. Ui"" ; 1led1l at Atlanta Er OS1LOn 1 U) a m 1 (Hi |- ni Ar ...... Lv 2 55 p in 3 05 a ill SUITS, OVERCOATS, HATS, CAPSO \
11 li; 40 a in724pm Ii .V) p 111 |'Ar .!':I>Uvillc.! ...... r.9 10 PlUg :30 p m UNDERWEAR and

Ie 'f 7 1-';a in iAr .M Louis..tTin .... L8 44 p in 8 1C a in._. \

cst- and purest "4, ffi- pll1 T 7 j-1; ; nl- j.\r-! n :ir.atli Lrf11 00 IJ III lit f.l ; I I I t' fi II 5Sinffi't ..s .,; ; .


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j! ...., 8 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 1 4

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I -- I II: Notice of an Election. a KHKKKK> > xw** '>> AA.I :;'-
School Hoard of Columbia county or- I
I THE an Election to be held May 3rd. ;
COUCHS. ASTHMA. i iai.1,in Lake City Sub-DUtrict No. i lor the i iI ,ipurpure Nine IERBNE3
" A iUd a Coach Foley's Hone end I of electing three Trustees fur said ,
t>1 tColdudelarssr.ef Tariieaarant.edtoeiweR District and to vote a s : school district I
duzetons FOlers rapt relief iAa11 aasmt i: tai of two mills to be and collected
for theexclusive nseot public tree: I Tenths ,
HoneyandTaria tAahma 1)0 notdasrlewnt !I annually SubDItnctItL 1 < =
LLv!tbothermedicineContainsnoopiaus schools within the Lake City
site and $
that Iou tal8of to cie .i This election shall be.held and conducted .
b eaaraated. on rsiieL holding tn general the manner election.prescribed by law fur ., of Pure Juices from Natural Roots '
of election to be held on
The inspectors
CONSUMPTION. LA GRIPPE. I May 3rd. m. consist of John MnzapU s..Kacklerand all the
Foler'S Hon" and Ilyoahavehdth.Orl Frank D .'erro. whose duties in :GUATr the f r 1 ;3Ch and BQiY
similar offliers p
Tar does Rat hold oct oa prebcbly acedrIola i shall be the same 4" ;
\,. ,bopo.iR adw&et3 IiablemedicinelilsFObutclaixatochT IeysHoneyandTa ,general apr.i election. County T. H.O School' e.,. Sec'y U<)ard. PeopleSuffer II CimHlsts the Syst m, Purifies the tiinnt

relict iii the seer Worst to he I your lungi in

to.deetaeura. and ii earlyA,; incidentaltothtad'CROUP. op the racking coos The headlines in all the papers o.-, i.J .tS l ifaaria! tvl.lSSS: C1IStlt: a1cn;l

PNEUMONIA. ; Saturday !started off by saying that from a Wi r1ej $tom c! _ii; ; !i!} pre: Di6eSt.i

Dr.J.C. IIlO11op, or Ai' Hanna sees the 1'resideiit hut iiotucinjj ,
k4 .bUdnm dis ie.rb ""..,Mieh.,cars "I ban ii him ;'1J Cl'i' "ta '
was said about K<> >;j one-1 I II DiseasedLiver sre a ear .: 13 Give SatisfzeiiaiiOTrr'X.rj f
Crap, sr.ry on. o u.ed foley'9 Honey i '
innoecats could and Tar iD three better. :- .. fciMAIiI r> E
nbeeaw dkadFO roroeis.s of rceulDOoilia i: ------- Price, .OC'..,,:.->.
lees Honey and Ta tllo post mOllUI.with _
pvaa ths9ln 004 wlta.R. i A SUPERB GRIPPE CURE.
I Johnson's Tonic is a superb jrrippeI rxr :e3_fcy JAMES F. CALLARD, $t. Lous.E

j sj f BANNER SALVE Is a Healing Wonder. I I cure.Poison Drives from out the every s-ystem.trace Does of Ori it, JoiA :II-AA..ooXo"tM.-- -::3'-'<* : s< >Wi i> ->>.

," Sold by Geo. W. Price. quick.!I blood and Within begins an to hour neutralize it enters the the ef- Sold by Geo. W. Price.

,. ;i fects of the poison. Within a day it !
- places a grip victim beyond the point ..,-
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'of danger. Within a week ruddy ... .
of G.01S.3t !>t,,,?.t2.:rq t t, t.u Y. t"' !2fI >
'SAW MILL. : attest return perfectI for = ':::: :::=:
I health. Trice Otta: if it cures.
.Johnson's 'hill and Fever Tonic. P O t P i .

Four Miles West of Lake City. TaKe nothing' el:(!. lMraarMy: I TheOff.I

First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part j I; ; ti> t.otli l "I'X a gOOitflb
of the City on short notice. AddressSa i WANTED lleliable man for i FloridaAgricultural cation a!,my tnt- lines of
i Manager of Branch Office we wish to> I

: P. BUIE, LAKE CITY FLA. j|open O. K.in this here vicinity.iJ an opporturtit If your recorais Kind 5.i 'f M) crn 1 h}u!gtlt and ctlui !.

-- I i Ily give good reft'rt'nce'lJen writing = ; Scienti'kI.nuar., Military
-'- i'l'm\.1'. MORRIS\\'HOLK.SALE Horse t Industrial lit'uartments. "Mascornpkte

P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR-- -- i t'lXCIXXATTI, OlIIl :; College oittiit; of'Ltparat.fl..
(Illustrated catalogue cts stamps.. ei.M.-s reduct-il .> a miainiua

& BUILDER I i Short-hanil. Telegraphy, Uook-
keepingtau_ht "Ktii-a:.
I f I tierd for a Xf n i 4 lasagne to
,. J. D. CALLAWAY, j

...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... 1 i.! REAL BROKER'ESTATE AND''', \I llll1lu I-C I I \V. K. YO Lake- l'.I,City Pres., Fla. I Io

: Lake City. Fla. I n>1"lSl>"'1-l 'UO.'I I'4'4 A'$1 ",'''1'nF ....g c.. .m

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: I!WORMS !, u.I F' !

iou Belt in Quality. At Law. i
'i ..", Attorney 4J1ftvflbail

It For 20 Years Has Led all! Worm Remedies.aox HIJ 2i .
r> 33Vo.jjii SZIiVC rGrY8T8.

If Preparedby-4II JAMES F'. BALLARD, St. Louisa ,I I i litiders ,;

: rvn. j. L. NIBLACIC. ;,
Sold by Geo. W. Price.
Beiideace rhone 11",. 41. ;;
I Headquarters at \;[""''; Drult..tor.11 j
] louis messages Ictlhrre will beI 'I
: Nashville Ghattandooa $ Si Ru I! promptly attended to. | ,
1 LAKE CITH.omnA.. Flom 11 Filec[ } .
ANO- j

':(: Western and, Atlantic R'y !jA Bona=Fide Salary. ; :
f{ "Batte fields Line" !., $12Veekly.. |1Men I .
and women to appoint agentand i 1
e represent us. some to travel others fit
. To Chattanooga. Nashville.Louisville Cinr Innat'.i.Chicago. St. Louis. Memi.liis and all tor local work fli weekly salary and I Iexpt I La e i Bott1n i
ti points We&L For rates and schedules write to n""",. Old e->tabli.- C. HABSIAN,G. P.Atlanta,Ga. T. M. DOY LE. F. P. A.. Jacksonville. Fla. ,i permanent positions, rapid ;' f
advancement and increase ot
wages. I II
t Write at once. .\ddre,,. i iUUTLKK
J d1'DepL K. New HAVEN. Coss. ;, s e ,

Fire Storm, Tornado and Cyclone uranGe.la j'.I I ( ,1 GIt0iSE5Tp FRUITS IX-


REPJiESENTED" %'v i I DENTIST, j jj I Ii Il : Cool Drinks, Fruits, Vegetables

U.?t Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. j Office upstairs in the rear of Pi ire's 11rnjr I -s
o Office: Upstairs in Yin/ant Block.I 3tor lei ('ITT. I'I A I (
I ___ I II ry' Tobaccos, Cigars,
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f Chalker & Small
Agts. i L. E KOBEKSOK. A. B. SJasper. AIJ.
!; j Fla. i Lake City, Fla. ': L. )( Nuts, Raisins, Apples,


i* I.ATTORNEYS AT LAW. \ And Fine Candies.

. Carriage Maker and Undertaker O Will do a general practice in State and !
| Federal courts. Collections and conreyancing. Soda Water, Sarsaparilla Strawberry, Ginger A*
4 Lake City office: Second floor Vin-i i
O I I zant Block distw-lvr. Seltzer Cider Ktc.
Coffins and Caskets hand
always on at reasonable prices Prompt
U attention to CALLS Pay or Night Telegraphic order promptly attf'lId..d O :
I Geo. J. Davis
to. ___ Manager.
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I Attorn&y at Law and Solicitor I
, in Chancery.

r ar I <-NOTARY PUBLIC.-1'111.1' I' o STTMMKR I-IKAT

Special attention given to Commercial
r lections and execution ot Uet>d... i
[ i Mortgages and all other Legal : The thermometer will lioN>!) lie climbing to the Bummer -
I luiicrs. Office: lo.lI -r- I heat mark. You will soon he wishing yon roulii
nando street. contrive to get along without that awfully hot rang
t 4 { near Uaptist Church. 4 You ran.
o 1'lto.NKNo.31.

'j, : TRY A BLUE FLAME.. *

it W IT. B. OLIVER i lilac Flame makes an id ai heat for cuokiii ijui'-k
i 0
convenient and ecunoOl L'al. We have Stove you "ant
" I ATTORNY AT- LAW. I. It cosUbni little and is a great labor saving device.
.' f |I LUKE CITY. FLA. I All sizes with or without cooking utensil-,.

4 and Wagons for sale and Built to Order, General ... ..'.- !!. COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS O
,J a sialtv. All work guaranteed. Carriage material for salr'alsii A SPECIALTY. "
if O agent tor Marble Monuments and Grave Stones.J. O I
: Office: Marion street up stairs over Mrs. f
,i:1 A'r .rrB i T.A. Perry,building formerly occupied b> I
0 10 + Boozer 4 Callaway. ''
li-117 HAMILTON- SIR.FOR Practice in all State Courts prompt attention Try
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O LAD CITY, FI.A. % i to all Busines. Mortgages and IK-ed r You
Oy j drawn and acknowledgements taken. '
. . 1; MASTER IH CHANCERY FOr an canO fIt

J..: ., iron : i AFFord4
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PLANT FRUIT Descriptive ud IllntrateJ CtaltgMTella 3 I ,

i i I MERCHANT TfllLOR. 'i:

- J PROFIT What to Plant and How to Grow ad Mu- The finest line of Tailoring Goods e\er '
j 'lIetU."Grut" shown in town. Every Pattern isrorrcc: i iI

t .Money Making tails 8' tie Se stt... | 1 "You selection will: have Do not no send difficulty vour in orders making aw a a v i, You'll Have Belter Meals, and the Ccck a Better Temper, J
j :i Pesches Tears Plums, Persimmons. 1 i or wait W day for a pair of Pants-but !
..... 111 f h-(}rade Trees Nat Tr Orant'e oa Curus Tcifoliata Stock Ornafr 1 selection and have Goods made up same ware and Tin-ware in the t ity. J ust what you want
Low Prices, meiiul Trees Roses and every thinf for the t day. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. !j. prices the lowest considering quality of Rood
,. grove, orchard or garden. Addrto g. i
Clothes Dyed Cleaned and Pressed'

i .CATALOGUE FREE... The Gritting Bros. Co., i and College Pressed Buys, 75 Suits cents Cleaned each. 'i i' : Tin-Rooilnfl and Oottering a SIIC6IdIIU.

5 Narieriei aad Test Grounds at_ ._ Pot\toNA NURSERIES, | ',

H Maeelcnaj Faa. Jacksonville, Fb. I Satisfactory N. MARION ST.Work" PHOXE GU No.ratneed w. : :::: _J. D. STREE ITY. =
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OQO Qe9 | Lake City, Fla. i!