The Citizen=reporter
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Title: The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title: Citizen reporter
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.L. Dodd
Place of Publication: Lake City Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 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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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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tii" ooras'tOCITizhis'se: : HA j g. *.1900 LAKE CITY, FLA., FRIDAY APRIL 19. 1901. Vol., XXVII No. 23

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some time, that it has been found NOW FOR THE STATE FAIR. Senator Bascom leaden Palmer. ;

.' THEUNWELCOME necessary to establish a sort of :; The following personal mention of
e-I of the State Fair has
The location
cret service to watch for Senator B. H. Palmer appeared in a

There has been only one officer Col. been settled, the time for generous recent issue of the Times-Union and

.. .,..;.dt. Jarlington, on strictly inspection rivalry has passed. By common con- Citizen:

sent Jacksonville has been selected, Palmer hails from the .
duty iu the Philippines and he has "Senator

I GUE5T only recently returned to duty froma and it now becomes the duty, as it progressive town of Lake City, and

( should be the pleasure, of every Floridian -
two month's sick leave. Nothing represents one of the most prosperous -

:r' .howl plainer that the government to do all in his power to makeit counties in Florida in the state

i.. \has been robbed extensively in tne a success. Every acre of land in Senate. He is always alert, and the

Philippines( ihan the fact that the the state, every interest, every business people of Lake City expect great results '
; You recoil from him with horror -
may and all the people will receive
annual cost ot maintaininga from his untiring energy in su| -
but cannot evade him. The average
R1_ ] young and the vigorous, as well as the soldier over there has increased in I immediate benefit from such a fair port of the appropriation asked fur bin

: ....i old and the feeble, are hIs prey. lie tie: year more than $ltIO. As there is as we all hope to see-the most tell behalf of the Agricultural Col
makes no distinction. He is an unwelcome advertisement possible, because
ing born in
: i i round numbers 7-j.OOO soldiers over lege. He was Randolph

t..{ \ lie enters guest the palaew in many o f the homes king to-day.with there, this is no small matter. it will appeal immediately to all the i County, N. C., of English and German -

<: impudence and makes himself home Adjutant General Corbin, who is \ senses' and make doubt impossible parentage, and remained on his Er
At, 4 in the abode of the humble. : home j about the slickest |politician thatt I great educator, because each of us father's farm until grown lIe then
is too grand for him to enter and none will appeal to all in the irresistible North
v -r held a commission in the army, attended Trinity College: ,
so modest that he will pass It byr .
R results.There
f Of course, you do not care to entertain I' ant: who hy means of his political language of accomplished Carolina, and graduated from that

fi' this guest. You may slam the 'manipulation, was practically in has been no friction, thereis institution In 1S7" with first honors.

door in his face and bar every window command of the army during: the no dissatisfaction, there can be no lie then taught school for about ;=
In your house, but he will enter on the dissenting voice now. This city il"
three three and in 1879 the
; war with Spain, has again slugged years
of the air,by night as well as by
wings West and Pensacola -
': accessible to Key
leaving despair and death iu his Gen. Miles
tracer.The. latter's fighting blood is, consequently from the center all round to the mitti-d him to the bar. Shortly after -

.": best thing for you to do when \i pretty near boiling. As usual, it sea and up and doan the coasts. this he came to Florida, and settled -
he pays you a visit is to treat him The location is fair for the cast and
Like where he began
t I i was done through Corbin's political at City,
Treat him prolltrlYlnd promptly -
right. the middle and the south. .
i the west
and he can have no terror for you. I 1 pull. He not only succeeded in getting I the practice of lalIe was elected
I 1 Treat him lightly and with delay,and the recommendations of Gen. There is no north in Florida. Therefore to the house of Representatives it

he will fasten those lean lingers of his I Miles, either Col. Uadgers of the I the product* of every section R34 and served in the legislature the
deep down upon some vital organ and' and each must be represented.
undone. Fifth, or Col. Cuei.ther, of the Fourth i county following year. In 1*<88 he was presidential -
Grip you is a dreadful disease. strikes I Artillery, for appointment as Chiel There can be no excuse and there Llec tor for the Second Congressional s

: deep. It uncovers every weak spot in of Artillery, a position created by must be no laggards. The time has district. In 1&89! he was

? body. Weak lungs may mean come to coin our professions of love Gov. ( State
t your 1 the new army law, turned down, and I appointed by
;. A slight derangement of the kidneys may mean llright'svulnerable J and devotion into deeds. Florida Judicial Circuit E
: ; Ormmaiptlon. Heart F lure. Lvery I (:..1. \V. F. Itamluljih appointed, although I \ttorney for the Third
Heart Trouble is followed by calls for all of and the best work I
? )IMIIe. the and served four in that
: he was ranked l>y both I years
J plBlsMehedby Grip. ( Don't it. Discard it at once. l of each. Let the response justify He elected to the
't- .t ninin.t.too slow to cope with Grip. use other men, but in getting the Chief capacity. was
;G.The iewe of Urip is Life or Death, or worse than Death. A once strong matt isyur of Artillery made a subordinate of I her faith. I Senate H 1)4, ant re-elected in
and sapped out of him Id a pitiful thing. Moreover, Jacksonville is the Mecca led in Columbia
: rwBkill the life energy the Adjutant General, although the 181iVa! >} marl
than men an existence.JOM8Q3T8 I of the tourist, the gateway of I II
: TOXIC WILL CURE GRIP. It will cure every i law creafnj the position says the County in ISSO to Miss Mamie Pee- b
.; : His Superb Gtlp Cure, driving travel and business, the beginning of I Democrat
I ";">tnrJ'1IQIIIUan4 every child that will take It. a and enVcthdy. It sets holder shall be on the staff of the I ples. Has been a staunch
l A-....,tries of p1p poison from the blood system.and It begin does its to work neutrali/e quickly the Grip 1'oinou; within Lieutenant General .commanding. I every visitors itinerary. Here: our all his Hie."
!, tt MLta..beer 1enters the of the w eels ruddy : I I
,and before the end will be seen of most men,
oi danger
...,,1&' ei Die victim beyond the point ; (:en. Miles has made vigorous protest I products
'; .... .tthe return to perfect health. solely It are safe. Those who do not do so the crowds can he made comfortable 1 1I GOOD FOR RHEUMATISM.Last .
upon I
and War
Toile depend of against
::, ;;, ftGtwllo lake UM and If. juu lime better than to the Secretary
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JlllltllllrllftiinjelJpu'dy. It U a wonderful medicine can not do In j I and access to the fair grounds made fall IVa.. taken with a very
Quiuine notice
andancertaia but
rr doing ta iiiagle day thai which the slow this \iolationuf! no I
il1.I' j easy, pleasant and cheap. Jackson- severe attack of muscular rheumatism -
' .lI hand. You may need U any D\OmpllIlIlld has jet been taken uf it.
.'' -rii sbeu.ofthls It Tonlealways badly. Men have on driven over rough roads lor 25 miles to en H. there will ville has done her duty. She may be which caused me great pain and
'JlltlMaOlIl1&Dt with the : Krpublioangossip says
when compared ..
should consider thu too high work
WwatlKW.OU.none continue the good to After several
trusted to trying
: who not
: Iii
returned to every buyer annoyance.
'. I.eae. TU price is 10 rents,aud this amount is ;, MHJU b -a tcv public printer. Mr
',. wag UIe'l'ol11c. I far as in her lies. prescriptions and rheumatic cures. I
I1rr TONIC TO DAY. holds the
who position
AND la'mer now
; :'l'1,1 A BO'r'fLE 011' JOR.'iSOS'S : I The Times-Union and Citizen had decided to use Chamberlain's Pain
!| held it under llirrison, and was ap
I all its efforts and energies at Balm which I had advertised in
B. GIRARDEAU I I pointed by .Mr. McKinley at the per I i placed ,
A. sonal request of gx-Pre"iJent Har. 'I the service of whatever point should the South Jersey man. After two

: rison. It is said that Representative; i I I be chosen-it can be trusted to do no I applications of this remedy I was

SAVANNAH GA. I I Heatwole. of Minn.. can have th< less for Its own. But the fair now !II much better, and after using one bottle -
if he wants it, and that if he:
I Idoesn't
place Boss l'latt will get it for one belongs to the people of the state, was completely cured.-SALUEKARRIS
I Salem, N. J. For sale by
r* WASHINGTON/ LETTER. ington for the purpose of settling ; of his constituents, a man named irrespective of location, condition or c;. W. Price, Druggist.
I shoulderlet
;.-'t.: "- accounts between Georgia and the I Bass But it U regarded as a very circumstance. Shoulder to -
e and unless it is filled be- us meet the emergency in the
Jm mar repUar correspondent I Federal Government for the equipment |- j!juicy fore toe news gets around there issure same spirit that animated the boardof The fact that the United States

3b s .. Washington, April hth,1001. I of troops for the war with I I to be a big fight for it among I Ii directors, and the end will not has been supplying the British army

; Senators are much amused at a Spain. Of those accounts he said: 1 i the republican bosses. shame the beginning. with. mules has led to quite a discus ,

,RBkffidil statement that has come law that vouchers in _- l Now for the work of preparation; I II not the mule '
I "The provided I Ii itself of set !sion over whether or
COUGHS I then for the fair by way
\- I from the State Department, deny- certain forms should be made out for TI1K MOST STUBBORN ting a highwater mark for the Flori- ,can rightly be considered a munitionof

fcj that negotiations had been open- every expenditure. In some cases i i resulting from an attack of la grippeor da of the new century.-Times-Union war. As a matter of fact the

dtitk Isthmian did not issue :: heavy 'cold, must yield to the and Citizen.
> England for a new I the military authorities mule can rightly be considered am-

Caul: treaty,and purporting to tell anj vouchers at all and that has I I: wonderful Honey healing and Tar.properties which strength-of Foley''s I HE KEPT HIS LEG. I Ii munition, at times, where the fight- .

-.rtjuoiaca negotiations were under caused some delay in the final payments i I ens the lungs and makes them sound. :i Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan, IJ ing is close enough for him to work i :

< ttJ'/Tke reason given in this state- but the state will lose but lit- Sold by Geo\ W. Price, Druggist.The J scratched his leg his heels. ,
; of Hartford, Conn., ___ __ J
his I
otltit that Secretary Hay has not tle. The Governor denied that !

{ijstucertalned what of a treatj I trip East *a* to borrow money to\ husband reigns, but the wife wth a rusty wire. Inflammation and "A neighbor ran in with a bottle ofChamberlain's !
in. For two
blood poisoning set Colic Cholera and
tto-thu-da of the Senate would be I pay the school teachers of the state, rules. Then I
suffered intensely.
: lIatOfote! for. It is perfectly I but admitted that if the treasurer of i '. years he I i Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was ,
doctors urged amputation,
I Its'that no negotiations have been refused on account of his tae best suuVring with severe cramps and was I
the state II '
.e ,' i "but he writes, "I used one bottle I II I
beyond hope by my regu-
given as
> tith war- up
; nrted. England for a new construction of the law to pay GET UP boxes of
< I of Electric Bitters and lar physician, who stands high in his t'
I Ii
--tattytot the'reason given is only rants issued for that purpose out | Bucklen's Arnica Salve and my leg I
After administeringthree
r., )h1f trle.; If Secretary Hay has not i funds, which are being held to pay I That's the morning call of Chanticleer.It's I sound and well as ever." For profession. rg.
was of it regained
i ka able to of mature for fifteen welcome to a well man. But doses my
ascertain what sort a..|II bonds that will not a cry Tetter Salt
Eruptions, Eczema, j
whose consciousness and recovered entirely
\ sleep
to man
have a
'trntjtro-thlydeof the Senate will I years, he would eventually to have been 1 Rheum, Sores and all blood disorders within twenty-four hours," says Mrs. "..jI

jl'lIttfot,.ne has been very. plainly I to borrow money to pay the teachers. I only seems an unrefreshing Electric Bitters has no rival on :i Mary Haller, of Mt. Crawford, Va. t

0 jtfs to understand what sort of aI'KrtjtwoHlurdsof According to evidence ji5ven before i stupor: who wakes !I earth. Try them. Geo. W. Price I.This remedy is for sale by G. W. '\
the Senate will the United States Industrial I with burning eyes, will guarantee satisfaction or \, Price, Druggist.
I' 50 _
Only _
head and money.
lIIteip lilt or amend, and the in.bfmatiefLiitrkinglynear Commission, the paper trust has added throbbing ---.--' -
: a bail taste in the I After what has already taken
l ', to what more than $4, 00,00(1/ a yea'r to the mouth, it means \ Kaiser Billy would save himself I place there is nothing strange in the

: tof organ said on the lour of cost of news print paper in this only a new day'smisery. Z much worry by writing all his speeches talk of a mammoth railroad trust, to

0 !'.t Semite;Just before Congress ad- One witness said that he I and having them edited before he ,
country. lines and the
take in all the big ,
@ :.med.that which were In such a physical he would there- I
Mr. McKinley would knew of two newspapers condition health is delivers them. But I bining of all the meat-packing Interests -" ,

0 ;- 1' lIDtthathe could not get tworof each paying an increase of $1..oOOI.l, I J most surely and by decrease the gayety\ of nations. in a single trust. Why shouldn'tthe

: the Senate to agree to any a year in the price of paper used by I swiftly restored by -I trusts ? They have every-
guaranteedcure grow
Pilules a
Moore's are
said that I the use of I
'! hiarof strongly pronounced in them. The same witness i Med- for all forms of Malaria, Ague, thing in their favor just now, including -
,American rights than the all the promises made by the trust 1 It General who will
i f ical Discovery. Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever, Malarial an Attorney ,
.\JhJ.rauncefote ,, violated and that insteadof !i diseases of the
i', treaty lad been cures -- Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaun- not worry them by trying to convict
4 ; lA(1aod.oult.l ha That of manufacture stomach and organs ", '
not *e. reducing the cost There will be a
and nutrition ,, dice Biliousness, fetid breath and a under Federal WII.
\ of digestion v
{ reason and was now
why there have had been increased, '
.' 1. it and it cures tired, listless feeling. They cure change some day. .
It otiatlonil, than under individual ownership stomach I
greater through. the -.I I Rheumatism and the lassitude following -
4 ; Cud r. of Ga., is in Wash of the paper mills. diseases ot U\er -*?Sm.. from \ Recent experiments show that all
y 1II
*" blood poison produced
kidne's,'etc., i \
4 ---= -I I' Although the War Department has I lungs which, have their malarial poisoning. No Quinine.No I classes of foods may be completely

I Medicine tried to poobpooh the reports of extensive origin in a diseased condition of the !II I Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not I digested by a preparation called Ko-

? for Coughs and frauds in the ('ommicsaryDepartment stomach and other organs of digestion ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely I dol Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely -
.:CoIcIa lit Chttdren.bare increases the activityof tasteless. Price, SOc per box. Dr.
at Manila, the official and nutrition. It what eat. As it is the _
I I1 digests you
J the blood-making glands and everyorgan C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main
4 not the slightest hesitancy action of Secretary Hoot n largely is benefited by the resulting in- Street, St. Louis, Mo. (:eo. \V. only combination of all the natural
cwnmending Chamberlain's of officers in the \1 [mar-'OMyr] devise I the demand
4 increasing the force crease of rich, pure blood. Price, druggist digestants ever -
... I II
4 l'.ellltdl to all who are suffer- Inspector General's department in I "Golden Medical Discovery" containsno ', for it has become enormous. It has

fro i cuujhs or colds,". says Chas. the Philippines, is an acknowledgment alcohol and is entirely free from I j The more Mr. McKinley and Sena'I'I i never failed to cure the worst cases
tr&lIer opium, cocaine and other narcotics. the returns I of indigestion and it always gives instant .
El-i a well known watch of the truth of the publishedstories. I and Dr. 1 I tor Hanna study
'Golden Medical Discovery relief. A. R. Wise.
Colombo, Ceylon. "It hast0melroyears It is stated at the War Department Sa&"Vour,,'* Catarrh Remedy have been of great, I Ohio municipal election the less I II 'I ,

, since the City' that the system of in- benefit of Viola.to Fulton me,"write Co., (Ark.Prof)"Pleasant Before I A.used Oliver theabove they like them.___ I Ii I shuts its and imagines
I Ignorance eyes
' j Srit oiled my attention in the Philippines, has been I mentioned remedies my steep of ;
hie spection continual feeling
sound digestion bad; a it is right.
increased :
nlll3.ble ;
medicine and I have one i Reports show a greatly
1 lax because a butlicient numberof miherv I now feel like a new man. Any "f
J used it and it has always very for I in need of medical treatment for nasal catarrh !:death rate from throat and lungI ---- '.'
1It8tAc L It officers had not been detailed 1 could do no better than to take treatment of SICKAEADACHE :
cured me his medicine are all trouble due to the prevalence of I i
1'ierce. know ?,
;. .f all Dr. R.V.
in consequence
0 : chest colds. It is es- that purpose, and that II right in this class: of diseases." and grippe.Ve is the bane of women. What is

dectite for children and there has been a number of The Common Sense Medical Adviser, | croup, pneumonia wanted is not relief alone, but relief >
, takttmore than one bottle to both the free by the author, advise the use of One Minute Cough
ie of petty frauds in cloth binding, sent It is and Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspep-
4-s of hanenew. cases to Cure in all of these difficulties. cure.
I havethis I ,
: one-cent stamps pay
and Quartermaster's de- on receipt 3t that gives ticide will cure lIck headache for all
\ harmless remedy
many to try valuable Commissary of mailing only. In paper covers the only i
makes the stomach right.
expense It
like it.
and they are aU as well! It is known that these! one-cent stamps. Address Dr. R. V. immediate results. Children .
111 partments. 21 Sold by Geo. W. Price, Druggist..JW
i If A. R. Wise.
>>! Scr the results \ numerous for I Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.
been so
-r$?Price, D rugtist. frauds have
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r I I 2 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 18,4

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' THE STATE AGRICULTURAL COL. I In exploiting the fact that our exports >

e I to the Philippines have greatly The Family Well
I I increased the Treasury statisticians j troubled with
The trustees of the Florida Agricultural la Japaa It JUaki a* Scleace-Arl Any of them
I take good: pains not to mention that Rheumatism
J -
F Backache, Sleeplessness, (
Gf Arr .gUK Flowers a F
have made show-
1 College a I
of those Loss of Appe-
1 the greater portion exp jrtsp Minor Detail. 1 Constipation
ing of the work of that institution'' have been due to our maintaining an \ | tite, Biliousness, Sick HeaJache, | _
before the and laid its : 1 Sour Stomach, or Dyspepsia? The
Legislature, army ot 75,0(10 men in the Philippines J The chief difference between the ] -

t requirements and necessities before [ and a large nHal force in adjacent arrangement of flowers in this couni I old reliable rafvly

the people. Unless the provisions witer i try' and in Japan is that whereas DR. THACHER'S

shown to be necessary are afforded, |i in this country the art is merely '
If troubled with a weak digestion LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP
I ,
_t it were better to abate our claims to considered as a pretty accomplishment I
K' educate our youth and to afford in- I lo-jof appetite, or constipation, try for gentlewomen, in Japan it will effect a cure. It cures all diseases resulting from a disordered ccudifjct
a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomi ranks as a science and a philosophy, I of the Liver, Kidneys and Blood and keeps the system in perfect conditiaL
citements to progress and advance1men't I (! Thousands cured after having been given up by physicians.
i I ach and Liver Tablets. Every box which can only be mastered after j
-no institution without the I I have taken two bottles of Dr. Thacher Li..raDd Blood Syrup It has done
warranted. For sale by G. W. Price. several of close study, saysPearson's tit aq,
I years good fur constipation tnan any other medicine I have taken in ten scary
it the standard
adjuncts bringing up to
i :\IRs'S. M.DA\'l'XPOKT.
Magazine.Far New p,1q
. of the tiwe should bear our I When Go\ Allen, fP-;;; Rico, from being only practiced by Your Pruz"iha+ Dr. Tbacher'i lJyer.ad Blood Srrup and fl. Tludier tL
I Liter Heihi-iiie ITT or lie ran fret them. ir he von't iced o> ti
name. Scientific agriculture cannot j I decided not to resign a very juicy ladies, this pretty Japanese art has for a package: or & cents for& buttleHat Try Tear llratcat Flnt.mti

be taught without appliances anymore i: plum was LvithdraLVn from the political among its devotees princes, scholars Write our consultation Department explaining your symptoms
than a class. can do good work market. : and other prominent men, who, having receive free confidential advice. uj

without books. ----- retired from the cares of political THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY, Chattanooga, Teas

1 a The amount of money asked for "STICK TO IT." :j life, are in search of a hobby which

'! will afford not only amusement, but
Geo. L. Heard of High Tower, Ga.,
needs the
covers practical only ,
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j will also offer intricacies and ob- ; --"
of work is based writes: "Eczema broke out on my -
plan proposed I stales worthy of their trained .
t upon the influence and usefulness it II I baby covering his entire body. Un- : minds. i t By a decision of Secretary &
der treatment of our family physi-i 1H000r of the Uo)hood Oan oi .t
i is hoped this institution will be en i i All cultured people in Japan are timber-cutting doe not come

.: abled to exert upon the agricultural I cian he got worse as he could not j proficient in the science, just as the !i|j King Louis XIII. of the Philippine concessions ireq

I development of the state. The argument sleep for the burning and itching. better classes among western nationsn I| France._ !I i ed by Con rt.-.", It[ Is said proms
in \Ve used a box of "Banner Salve" o cultivate taste in dress or in the artistic ', tbat
made is elsewhere
presented One when the dauphin, after- decision will l.e
him and by the time it was gone he : arrangement of their household day big mop 'i
this issue, the figures and facts are was well The Doctor seeing it 'wascuring goods. ward Louis XIII.. was five years old i several syndicates operating is-

conclusive and the legislature must him said, "Stick to it for it : the duke of Sully came out to St. I' I'l i.ippines.: ,
i i The Japanese term for a flower- \
see that Florida has done far less for isf doing him more good! than any'thing blossomcladstem Germain well supplied from the j ---- .
I I have done for him." Sold by ; hana-also implies a with for the a=
her Institution than other states are ; and even the stumps or branch- treasury pocket-money : Running sores ulcers, boils! ,
Geo. \V. Price Druggist. ,
doing for similar colleges. Has Flor I I es of flowerless trees and shrubs, and dauphin, says Mrs. Lucy Crump in j pie-, etc.. quickly cured by Bai

ida a smaller interest in agriculture Washington has got another man i!j I their science of flower arrangement the Atlantic. The news of the superintendent's ';'Salve, the mo.t healingsalve inJworld.
arrival set the whole
or are her lawmakers less-willing to j ion horseback-an equestrian statue [ consists not only in grouping the j I A sure cure for piles. U
household astir, for a share
advance the interests of the agriculturists i i grouping their leaves and twigs according i _
upon whose work must be hurried the into the
II Perfect digestion is the only foundation i to prescribed formula. The Mouglat dauphin administration would
based all permanent prosperity? great courtyard of the castle to receive -I-IThe
'blossom li looked upon as a minor hare
for perfect health. The food I quite enough oo
: its.haDdi-
Let the to the
us bring college up o I i i detail in the artistic composition, &nd Sully with as much honor as if I,
we eat makes all the blood we have, > out attempting t<> name Mr.-
modern standard. Let us provide | of small value if separated from he had been the king hiitself. To ,
1 very :'
which in turn feeds nerver'' !t J I, successor.j ..'
every the the little
the coming generation with a reason I' : the parent stem, whose sweeping please great man prince >'
for the state pride we would inculcate I muscle and tissue in the body. Her- ,though artificial curves emphasize its put his enfants U'honneur an.l other -- ,

give them a knowledge of that I bine quickens the appetite, aids di- ;( ]beauty. The whole science is, there- attendants through a drill with .heir j I White's <<< uam Vermifaee.4only

scientific treatment which they will realign I gives tone and vigor to all 1 :fore reduced to obtaining curves toe harlu'bu| and sword At the j effectiuiiv destroys warns,J

surely need in the struggle of life, i the functions and insures good 1 which, though really distorted, have end of the show M. de Sully gave the [ also increase's the appetite aids,
I health. Price, ;,0 cents. (:eo. \\'** ,the appearance of being true to na- dauphin 50 crowns which his niot-k imitation and transforms
and send them out with the endorsement Price, Druggist soldiers seized out of his 1-aiuK
I | (ture. so into of robust
:; one health.i" f1-
of their own college as a 1
j passport quickly that he had scarce time even

for their capacity-a. passport ;] Senator Vest, in a signed articleCulJa EXPERIMENT WITH FISH EGGS to feel them. At last but one piece j cents.-- --CJeo.- W. Price,. ;

t : we should strive to make respected on incidentally gave the administration ,> remained which he held fast hold of. i --- fS
The harder b
it to
; wherever the name is heard. Do not and the government of: l ExycrU Hare Bees Trying to Art- in spite of the efforts of Mine de j acquire'thing |

l, forget that the farmer must keep I Great Britain a hint on the Isthmian j IfieaU? Prodaee Monitera with ', Monglat's tailor to get it from him. I the longer_ we retain it ."

I' abreast of others if our future is to Canal question when he saidV e !! Little I 13aeeea.. i I lie he he's trjingto take it from

be what we hope-he must know his I must adhere strictly to the Monroe I j me I !" shouted the child. Mme. do I LOOK! A STITCH IN TlygI
A phenomenon that has been a }{on lat took it. gathered togetherall Saves: nine. Hughes' Tonic Us1f
I Doctrine which is dearer {(
business or the best brains will k to-day I
set j
puzzle to naturalists is the
frequent the rest of the coins from the pleasant), taken in early Spring i3j
'r' other avenues of usefulness, and wei J than ever before to the Ame lean of
1 occurrence embryo monsters in reluctant hands of their possessors j Fall prevents chills dengue aGdIf.

f aln ady see what that means for ouf-1 I people. i! fish t'ggs-tbat%is to say, doublet: kept them all. The dauphin did j I lariat fevers. Acts on the liver,toas

i. selves and our country. Cities must I| :. headed and otherwise abnormal not complain but soon after hI aid: I up the system. Better than caha

be built upon a prosperous rural life \!JOn COULDN'T HAVE) STOOD IT ;young ones. With a view to acquir- :'I I I "But I, too, was a soldier, and I didn't and quinine. Contains no aiseait'
-else If he'd had Itching Piles. They'reterribly ing some knowledge on the subject, Guaranteed, try it. At diunb isk.
prosperity is but a showy apple get any money JOc and $I bottles. 1pr13'91
bat Bucklen's Arnica experts: of the fish commission have ,
annoying Herouard
t that will turn to ashes of bitterness ; always maintained that a
on the lips.-Times-Union & Cit I' Salve will cure the worst case been trying to produce similar mon- certain reluctance to both spend and i .. ..

.1 zen. of piles on earth. It has cured:; liters artificially, by purposely inflict- give, which characterized Louis in I rV)whom it max concern

I thousands. For Injuries, Pains or !ting i certain injuries upon the eggs later yearn vdthe direct result of L Notice hereby given that WriJ
rheumatism I Bodily Eruptions it's the best salvein 'sajs the Saturday Evening Post. It Mine Monglat's teaching and ex- I days alter date her.-of L the aoenifM
Neuralgia, pains, has been frt'ab'may WIll apply 111 the Juiifreot the 3rd Jaiifal
proved "j
'f the world. Price 2Jc bov. Cure Circuit court f
and I a ample. <> Florida. pBrsaatt to la
lumbago sciactic pains, yield to guaranteed. Sold by Geo. W. Price.[ be obtained from the eggs of : I tor my letters of discharge aasigna

,. the penetrating influence of Bal- : chickens by interfering at a critical : Proud It. Ambrose Lake 'i1y.U. Han Ha.. Apr ath s is WOL, TBOMPSM Aa gi

t' lards Snow Liniment. Price, 25 an 1Although he saw the oath taken, '! period with the germs they con- i I "What do you think! Clarice went I

50 cents. Geo. W. Price, Druggist. the Emperor of Germany has just officially tain, and it'was thought that the out and sang at an entertainment in a .

. ii I learned that England has i I same thing might be accomplished ;1! 1 private insane asjlum."

f1 If King Edward is wise he will a with fish eggs, so as to throw light !'I "Did she say whether they showed I m
new monarch. The news was carried i f I!
keep his crown carefully locked up to Berlin by a special embassy.There upon the causes' of such. deformi- j1 i their insanity much?
i iI
ties. "Oh,
while Pierpont Morgan is in England.If yes; they her tljreetimes.
Morgan should take to I With this benevolent intention; fish ."Philadelphia Bulletin.A Will and all they require '
a fancy
1,1 is always danger' in using of at the Shop of
;, eggs various kinds were jolted
own the would
crown Eddy save time
counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Comic.
about! and otherwise treated
and trouble by handing it over. Salve. The original is a safej, ou ly. One lot of them, for example injuri-, Murphy-Phwy were yez whippin' Colson & Rivers

_*""" and certain cure for piles. It is was placed in a small yer Moike so har-ru th' marnin"?
l-1 glass jar se-
i' 'TIS EASY TO FEEL GOOD! and I Market corner Marion and
soothing healing cure for sorea cutely| corked, which llannigan-Ah, th' young fellow sez
1 ,_ Countless thousands have found and all skin diseases. A. R. Wise. was ,! Hamilton treeU. opposite
dropped ten times rom a height of t' me, sez he: "Poppy sez he,"git J-er J. K. Young store,

, I blessing to the body in Dr. King It j, four feet into a wooden pail half i ]picter tuk, an' I'll sind wan o' thim to

i. New Life Pills, which positively would be something like a caseof : filled with water, striking the bot 'i th' taj cher f'r a wally tine."-Baltimore I BEEF, MUTTON, KID! flND FOB(
i cure Constipation, Sick Headache, justice if high tariff tom of the bucket each time with :/American.
will be tound berr Meats
; Dizziness, Jaundice, Malaria, Fever should be the rock upon which the considerable violence. But these and I ltli>ered in any part of .:-<:
i and Ague and all Liver and Stomachtroubles. repullican party goes to pieces.'< : other trials '! Q..ATOR=d.. \ the citWe deliver late .1
Purely vegetable; never The Babcock produced no monsters Bean As ;*W* Kir.il Yaa Haia Atttals Bought '. in the evening for celt .
proposition for free though killed
weaken. they a good many of ;I mornings unr ;
gripe or Only 23c at Geo. Signature '
W. Price's drug store. trade in trust-controlled article indicates the eggs. Those left alive hatched i!; of Il-l-- i I.i LET US FILL YOUR OBDBji.
; out normal fish in due "
that it may be. | time. The i J ynv

We are neither a prophet nor the | conclusion was reached that, in hand- j ----.. ---;;,

son of a prophet, but if opportunities Nearly every person needs a tonic ling fish eggs it is of the utmost : ..-- --

, are properly taken advantage of medicine at this time of year to i importance to avoid shaking them i'' .

the next president of the United brace up and invigorate the nervous up or disturbing them in any avoidable C",............ .1 .' .-......... -. A t'? ./... '
way .. ... .' r..or.. I -...' V7
States will be named by the next system, to cleanse the bowels, liver'and I : : ) \ -

democratic national convention. I kidneys. Herbine U the best > .-...pv .: Lu-a r !LYC <
: -"
and safest remedy to do this as it ; Valued Bcrrlettatek It aeade"4 II l I ,
i will cure constipation, regulate t he'!j tai MuMchntetU -_. -
THE City nlK -
BEST BLOOD PURIFIER. 4 .On,3 = :-. -=:- _. -
The blood is liver and enrich the blood. Price:: ]i- Manea to 1119. I
constantly being purified j 50 cents. Geo. W. Price '
t r by the lungs, liver and kidneys. i i Druggist_ j j \ : :! 'i rpM: '. vL a.t",:.ot i ; .-J c ::?: ntI'1.i

f!: Keep these organs in a healthy condition If Manila news can be credited, j! town Growing, Mass.in, of the Oliver garden Holden at Charles-, composer I ; .,-:, -;.:-./rott/*:to. Eo/s' anrj '_' _-. 'I -' ffCtc'- ,

and the bowels regular and AguinalJo, so long denounced for of the tune "Coronation" is to I (\ ..-. F.. ,'. ., .. .. f .. .. .. .. t r- ', -
you will have no need of a blood pu treachery and other odious crimes, is be found an old-fashioned red I I" ..' <. : ..-, .. .. 01 4 : jar, I'
peony. ei4 j 1.tj"
c- -i.. \ H. fL'.J akttl ; t-- -
rifler. For this purpose there }s i once more our "great and good ally." ;' The peony, to a casual observer, < __ _._ __ __ __ __. __ ,.
p nothing eoual to Chamberlain's !| There is much humor in news, if one :>; would not seem any more attractive /. } \
Stomach and Liver Tablets dose j his the : and perhaps not so handsome r-.. -r- < t'
one capacity to locate it > as '
; I tr:,: !f. ( \ \i' .
of them will do of ii .
you more good than .i, ,, many the magnificent specimens I f '--- : "-.J' i.! f. ,. : .. "_

a tier.dollar Price,23cents.Lottie of the best blood puri- 'i; Most' women with female weakness I which adorn the lawns of hundreds 'J.1'.1&.4. .,. ;I \ _. _- ___-__ _. '_ _. -_-u--::
Samples frat of

G. W. Price's-drug--store.- esuffer I\ to dreadfully their other from piles in addition '', lies summer in the fact homes.that Its it claim has a to marvel-fame j'l/f I' i1 i- 1 r:':: s"i'3i' : i-a the ..;.- GJ:.f'-t "-l_

Gen. MacArthur pains. They may ous history and is said to be 130 .
has I
expressed his i be cured by using Tabler's BuckevePile jears old, says the Patriotic ; Ci ti- o s -i C\! fry ':;_r_.1.\ t 'JlIIf \:

1 confidence that the newspaper re-j(, Ointment. Price, JO cents"to' I The present occupant of Re\'iew'l (; \ i' I-/ // 0 : ,, t -i Ti... ....J i'.;t ;,... ill

ports r: commissary frauds at M a-1' bottles, tubes, 75c. Geo. W. Price,, Holden home, which is located oni l:: ..\ "J n !.h.i. UiJ STY .t -

nila were exaggerated, but he has '\ Druggist. Pearl street, on the side of Bunker I i i. ::;.;

neglected to forward the proofs upon | -- ----. 1 I Dill is Mrs. Thomas Doane, and it I i t* [I"V J iJirPi- '-'r .0" l., .'. L aJ.j ".. '__f _

which his confidence ii based. Facts I: Congressman Norton, of Ohio, sal dis: through her kindness that the 'I !:, -.J :If' _

are wanted, not opinions.An I,! of Tom L. Johnson: "He is certainly ,- :; story of the peony appears in our I \ \\ '{. -' C'a r" v -.tit fI .

a man with a future. He is a big j pages, which runs as follows: I 1 I . ki. ,.
-Wt' .. "'
ounce of prevention is worth ai|I man in every respect, bright, intellllectual \- : Mrs. Holden as a child watched i ,' \ Ut( _, :, 'X i\- -..:.." 'i!;:;irr: ., r 'f
pound of cure and bottle with others the : 1.t..,
a of IIlard's
+ a fine politician sprouting of the
i a good!! \\J t -\' 'f W-'I' ;;; .:. .1, ;. ., !
x; \ :
Horehound Syrup used in time J speaker and personally attractive. 1 peonies in the spring of 1776. After i. t .i.v : I. .t"-

is worth a staff of physicians with al those are great qualities and will i I the battle of Bunker Hill the British f \ $ -as . .... ... k\. "I.n '
i: make him fit in almost i fired the town of *=.., /' \'I .- > -- ... '
drug store or two included. Price I I2i any Charlestown .. .. / '11 '!r-
L S | whether it be the Senatorship, the and all traces ,. Ii". 1 .' :> "
of the L
k and 50 cents. Geo. W. Price, j i, Governorshiu, or something ownership of (... ) **-.: ,. 0-.. \,3 .i,
higher. ,
were destroyed. Houses : v1M
Druggist.Will ,' .
fences po. 'I.'.' '..' '
I GIVEN' UP TO DIE were swept away, and there .I) ). .
CROUP.I ,, 't i1 ,: ) = : .:sna i.-f. .. \
was ; e Hi .
seemingly nothing left to J' :: /
i not somebody work out that Mrs. P. L. Cordier of \Ianaingtoen n i, i anew the boundary line of the mark own- C., r. ; :, .. : .., _". ,.--; ;.
that Ricanpuzzle? GJV. All Ky., writes: ":\ly three year old ; ers. Some one suggested that in ---" ;:- -- :- -- .---v--......,..,. -
siys ouly about one-fourth of girl had a severe case of the the springtime their
croup, j garden plantsi Y"', p 3- .-
J x the good agricultural land on the doctor said she could not live and might sprout and give same clew; .; .. ;.

island is under cultivation, and'Others i- gave her up to die. I went to the and sure enough, the old peony put "r: P-i,, pnki. ro

who are entirely disinterested I, store and got a bottle of Foley forth its leaves, and from its location, ... :-::' 1 .. L t \.ti ....." j ; 'c.,,....;

say the island has more JOIJuationthan Honey and Tar, the first dose gave near the old city hall, was marked .
it can properly quick relief and saved her life.tJGeo. off the property of the different late \ \ \.i i i ; ,'
support. .V. Price, Druggist. l < i I ..
and also
I owners was laid out the new

city elf Charlestown. __ .-.e-..._ ..... :f

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: Established 1874. THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. 3I

I i i
flVOMAPI - -. I
they would have expended on the trip. ,- -a '
The YOBBC Apache of ArtMM Who Ae- 5coO'5EmUlSion
expressman charges them from !
15 to about 50 cents for each purchase, JS WCE A DELICATE .onpllah*. Woadtrfnl Siesta ,
K'JSI: IlSmlME/r1 with a GmtUmg Gua.Everyone .
according to the sire of the bundle and
I the time ne.-es.sarv to make the In good condition she is sweet and lovable -
You know all chase. At night when his pur and Sings fe's sr;.; on a joyful harmonious who goes to the Arizona:
about it. The ping is over the laj's shop- string Out of order or unstrung; there Is penitentiary is interested in the Cat-

rush the his bundles and climbs"cxpre-sman" ties all d-scordar.ee sr.d unhappiness. Justas there Imp guns which are placed un the .

the I'' on the train for is one key note to all m jsic so there is one key guard stands arranged at intervals ,
worry 'hU or wherever he is gulng: and on !I note to health. A woman might as well try along the top of the walls. The largest of Cod Liver Oil is the meansof
/.exhaustion. arrhal at his
destination he disc to fly wihout wings as to feel well and look

_ '"' You go about tributes the' packages to the various i well while the organs that make her a woman and principal Mexican gun who it in boasts charge of of his a life, and enjoyment of life to
' % with a purchaser and collects his commis- are weak or diseased. She must be healthy young and
great thousands
sions. Inside or she can't be healthy outside. Thereare Apache blood. lie is rated as the best : men women

'-A't., .-weight resting upon Some of these "expressmen" thousands of women suffering silently all marksman with a Catling gun in the children.
} havea
JOlt; You can't throw over the country. Mistaken modesty urges United States says the Yuma corre-
muih fails it
better method than When appetite restores
You tying their; silence. While there of ,
,01 ,this feeling. their bundles is nothing more < spondent the Chicago Record. Gen.
slave to your work. together and carrying admirable: than a modest woman, health is McCook, of the United States army, it. When food is a .
are a and I them. They bring a big trunk to the of the first importance. Every other con- says that his manipulation of the complicated burden it lifts the burden.
ItSkep fails are ,
you (t city and piece! it in some convenient sderation: should give way before it. Brad- ,

ft ea the verge of nervouscxh'us11on. ground floor.ouiee or store Here they field's Female Regulator is a medicine foiwomen's 1|i i I I aim are simply weapon marvelous.and his accuracy The of |'!i When youlose fleshit bringsthe
1 1i carry all of their purchases and ills. It is
of health.
... Mexican Lax un excellent field for tar plumpness
What is to be done? them in the trunk. Then late in the thesafestandquick- ,
"'J afternoon they have the trunk 1corrhea\ I I get practice<< over the Gila mud fiats I II | When work is hard and
carted '
Tare I just above the prison. A tin can six !
over to the station I is it makes life
and checkedas duty heavy
Ihe womb, inches in diameter ,
: placed at a distance ,
\jfr.s: li'saiithat baggage to this their destination. It ness rvusJ"'I"I: \ *!*of 700 yards he will hit four times out bright.
to be practiced in some of packing the largest used backache weakness.and general You- 1111\\ of is five remembered with the Gatling gun. When it I I!I I' It is the thin edge of the .

stores in Chicago but that when the trill be astonished: !\ I that he can fire 500 1 1I I wedge; the thick end is food.
III\ | shots a minute the possibility of a cou- j
discovery of the system was made it the result, especiallyifyouhave IIIat I :' But what is the of food
\ has thereafter h I ;; escape is too small to I'al<:ulate. use '"
prohibited.It -
sfiiparilia will readily be been ezp!!riment- I"! 1 A recent test of the marksmanship of when you hate it, and can't digest i.
seen that the '
ing with otter! so'W this young Apache gunner was made.
,"' losers through the "pony express" called remedies. I From behind a stone wall 100 tin cans it?

E' :_For fiftY years it has system are the railroads and the express are not asking II'II'We 'I jlJI I of the bile of common fru,t can were Scott's Emulsion of Cod

ti been',lif n2 up the discouraged companies. The lattrr ilo not you to try ur.cer- Ii 1'1' '=. thrown one at a time haphazard in the I i i Liver Oil is thefood that makes

r | giving rest to get the express matter which they tamty. Bradfield's !If iRegulatorhasmade air just as clay pigeons are automatically

: the overworked, and R would otherwise handle and the rail II III I" thrown at shooting matches. i I you forget your stomach.

: roads instead of carrying the ten or happy thousands 1 The Apache had his I If you have not tried It. send for
ti bringing refreshing sleep twenty more women. What it I I' gun ready and had free sample, its agreeable taste will
I the depressed. passengers each day. has dane for othersIt to aim as quick au a flash at each can I' surprise you.SCOTT .
[; to carry only the proxy !'hoppl'rho can da for at a distance of 250 yards. He pierced & BOWNE. C NewsYork.
jto other Sarsaparilla I 409 Pearl Street.
f-: In comes to the city for the do/en or Sold in drug stores 37 out of the 100 before they fell behind i SOc. and $I.00 : all druggists.
ti- approaches it. age snore people for whom he is working. for$1 a bottle.A the stone iuclobure., I '

: and In cures, "Ayer's" is Naturally enough both the railroads free illuitratej I -

I "the leader of them all." and the express companies are stronliously book v ul \"e!xutIHE lfiiJ.-,( r' An Odd K.UKllmh ("ualow.t .- ] The Caster cgg-rollinji on thj '

, I It way;old before other endeavoring to suppress the WatlisiuwriteW .:I.'';.d.':i .\ iiiildfurtl, Kiylaud, the quaint I White House grounds did not inter

i sarsaparillas were born. practice, but it seems so far with CRAOflELDREGIUTGRCO. custom of throwing dice fur tht'"maid's I fete with the political 1< g--ollin<; i ,-

. JUt a IRtle. 1118ragitts. poor success. (I mom-" was u ..t'r\'t'II"t'et'ut- I side tlu' mansion.

"Ayer's Pills aid the action I The professional shoppers are well : Atlanta, Ga. I ly. A sum was invested b\ a mayor ofI -------

of Ayer's Sarsapa- known in the towns from which they I ithe borough in the seventeenth t-on- I BEST WAY TO ITUE BACK ACIIll

bilious- come to Chicago and in nearly every fury, from which 12 gniiuasareriven Hack aches are caused IMF disonhr
They cure
riDa7 ------ ---- --- -----
2S M. Instance they have built up quite a annually to a servant jlrl of good repute I ia the kidney. Foley'.s Kidney Ve

ness.' ued cau Ayet'i med Icines for business, for there are hundreds! and Mr. Morgan's trip to England is who has been in the-aide service .will\ make' the Lilnej- right. Take
I taw
f Ben ttea tf-jeara and have said ; hundreds of citizens i', these towns said to be for the purpose of const Ii1 1] for over two jcar. Ihne were two no Mibst.tutf. Soil hy (Jeo.V..

boa UK u4icum very alert: in tbst the you world.made I I tvho are naturally enough not averse dating American and British electrical :i applicants. The prize was won by Martha dec, IJrug bt.
... u tan r>*r Sarap&rilH saved m; to saving the many'" dollars which nuiuufacturni intere"t.'fbe''' Shingler who threw seven. The --- ,
fij wte.I to totk it*)'cuugo. I I they can save by letting the commis- J I same dice box has been used for COi A blush on the face is bett >r that
1 ia nor peat TO and am never 'I proposed capital block will be statedas I
< : -. fun TaoaAe.r.H._, pressman" has his regular customers soon as we can get an ailditi mal I I IY.

.1 ,Lail,1m ELOU,Kansas. supply of ligures. Cooked fader Water.An .i
r pud each evening he makes the I 1J. Conkhn, IJowersville, ()",
; ____
:';- (If Mi VtUt ta..ant_Doctor.plant.lIatefff rounds among them to find out what f J i Englishman made a wager that says: "I received more benefit from *I I
ulMita.. *tk.Wit medical sdnrc.jeif. I he can purchase for them on his trip : Stops the Cough and \> orks off the I he could cook a plum pudding ten feet !
Mtibty Mfvtve. v rit e tlie .:...IUI' I Folej's Kidney dire than from :
f- "..,. 1...will nreln a froirpt re- >f to Chicago on the following! day. Tht'rustoml'rI : Cold. beneath thesurfaceof the Thames,and months of *' : j.Ceo.
If.vtUwiCMt Addreu. won the bet the treatment by phj sician.s. v t
the their orders'ust by placing pudding in
ft' > LLJ.C.t.T1iE.La.cilMa.e. | give man I Sold Goo. \V. Price ,
Laxative Uromo-Quinine Tablets by Druggist.
; I tin and
the same as they do to the butcher a case putting the whole in a II
f' .t cure a cold in one day No- cure, no sack of lime. The heat of the lime, ,
....,. boy when he calls, and the next Several prominent democrats, including ;
pay. Price 25 cents. j slaking when it came in contact with
Evening they recl' \whatever they |t Senators Bacon and 'fLT.tCr,
'--:::""' bave ordered from Chicago. ,, ------: |I the water, was sufficient to cook the
't Every time a fool bees a glow-no m i pudding in two hours.ANIMALS and KepreSv-nlativc Gaines,of Tenn I

i it he wants to turn in a tire alarm. '| are going to make a personal im estimation -
:QPf1NG. BY PROXY:r Three Strike and Out. ..-- THAT WEEP. at their own expense, ofthir.g.in
I The wife of a "t'IIt'rabll'\H''rO,w ho is ; 'I the Philippines and in Chi
(:irl". if cr.n't the
r you .marry manI
fr character in a Lung 1-l.uul village, 9U>r Specie of the Brute Creationthe na. They will doubtless gathermi

4 "Pwy Express" System Conduct Hied recently, and a recent of the I you want coax some other man to ;I Tears Whea FrightCB c'l information that will be useful -
.. meeting at the next session of Congress.The .
Tillage, ) the old man in the ,, marry you.SUCCESSWORTH _. I .d or Hart.
id Out-of-Town --- --
by_ Buyers. street, stopped to condole with him.

; "I'm sorry to hear of your bert-ave- KNOWING. j "He cried like a calf," is a remark editor of the Fordville, Ky.,

tnent, Uncle Silas," he saiJ. "How di 1It 4(1-3"ears success in the South proves ,' sometimes heard. It is no disgrace for Miscellaneous, writes as a postscript

.' ,.._.........re.... f.r Beatdeati happen?" hIu!bes' Tunic a great remedy for 'I a calf to cry ana he sheds tears in quail to a business letter: "I was cured of

If Tevsa Star Caloaxo OB Ceai.lnl "Well, suh, it was this wa.v." replied chi'I"i and all malarial fevers. Better tities wh-u his emotions justify them I kidney trouble by taking }'oley'sr
= than calomel and quinine. On- It is tasier for him to than fo
-BratlBg Railroad Uncle Silas. "It was Ilar'Iill' She had j 1 even cry Kidney Cure" Take nothing cNe.
u4 bf .Com !. o' then she had tains no arsinic. Guaranteed, try it. i! many other animals because his
re* *** one strike par'lyze, anbtheran' Sjld by Geo. W. Price, Druggist.: -
; At druggists. oCc $1 bottles. aprlS'tlBefore '
is and
she died on the thirdevike.X. lachrymal apparatus perfect
-- --- -
':,"" rut odd little business enterprise Y. Evening Sun. __? Citizen Aguinaldo consentsto very productive.
fAn i A scientific riter writing in La XaI -
r- bon u tie "pony express" won a Odd Ileque come to this country lie should insist i ture says that the ruminants are the S. HacKer & Son
limey the other day in the first round I
it that Terrible Ted be securely
upon animals which most readily
An who die'11Iad weep
Englishman recently
,: d the light which is being made to ) three children, one son and two muzzled and tied in the hack Hunters have long known that a deer 1
Bppren it: In the United States
fetnet court daughters, and he mentioned all of yard. There is lulling Teddy likes at bay cries Irofu.y. The tears will I I oI + !

f. : a "pony expressman"Uacd them in his wilt. The first clause is better than to chew up a few insur- i[ roll down the nose of a bear when he z
Joseph B. Lund was awarded .1Witt feels that his last hour is i I
of "1 leave my piano.to Mary Elisabeth, pnts before breakfast. approachingThe ii
: $2,000 against the Chicago, i
Arthur has dune with it." The big. Under eyes of the giiai'e till :
; when --- -
SL Paul railroad and the "' A RACING UOARIXG tLOOD i I with tealS as he looks at the hunter I
other clause is: J'o Susan Janesbt'mI : ,
"?Jshed States Express company. The i{ who has wouuiVd hi.n. II
'1CtiOa l of the plaintiff was for false ) take whatever Arthur wishes to '''ashe,1 down a telegraph line II
Dogs weep vcr.\ easily. Ihedoglia* I
: give to her. There is i.o doubt of .\rthur'jJ -
In $i, but that failed to tell the .in- which Stan ling in the document, but
1ertI ting story back of the fight, re- ". had to repair. "Standing waist I his beloved master gucuu.ix' ant I
is raised \re
; for\I the Chieago Chronicle fiBrfeBj Mary pointed Elizabeth question and Susan Jane: beneficiaries deep in icy water," he writes, "gaveme | leaves him lid up at l...n:i'. S.,:i i tai I I

1'- k: expressed "pony expressing" under the will?" a terrible cold and cough. Itgrev i rieties of moi.Kevs urn: to It.if.icu;
i Clopping by proxy and shipping I lady nddiitt to cry u:g. :.i'r. net :t f( \\ I
the best
daily. Finally
toi& without paying therefor to worse aquatic mammals siNo fi4.! it ea"-j t, I M\NUFACTCRERS OK
doctors in Oakland. Xeb. Sioux City ,
; tubersxpren eompanies or railroads. weep when the OIIVMOU t'IIIaH| 11

_, .TL tJHeffl U earned on between Chi CASTOR I and Omaha said I had 'onsumption I! Seals in particular are cftir. nin t. I Doors 3as hBlinds Moulins s :

ap ud towns which are a little far- and coulJ rot lUe. Then I began cry. ,

. IIItr.Wlyfrom'the city than those For Infants and Children. : -iajf Dr. King's New Discovery and J Elephants weep profu t .v wl-'. : --ANDBuilding --

test which are ordinarily called sub- You' was wholly cured by six bottles." i i wounded or when they see that r.scapt Material.
The Kind Have
Always BoughtBears I
trIlL,Elgin, Aurora and similar sized Positively guaranteed for Coughs, 1 from their enemies K ilUpo iLlt'. 'Hie i ii
.,"*M.kicated { animals here mentioned the thief ,
: 30.40 and 50 miles or AJ are
thee Colds and all Throat Lung S. C.
f. ,wen father from_Chicago, are the Geo. \V. Price. Price I outs that are known to weep,but there i JCHARUESTON,
where the business thrive Signature by is no doubt that many others also display I LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH.

: no.e who are engaged in the "e\- .-.\\k and ?! 00. similar emotion. I I marl: Send tor Pnci i\rr-U
[ "
S simply come to Chicago and -:- -____ -7'u, ___ __ __ --:

r' PPin51 commissions for their .

, : mmea.eanying the packages hark .

:,'*..th them in big bundles or putting

< I>**ba,trunks and checking them

r rJ<1'; DI their tkket The profest T
; t Who.do this work make it athat

and it is said 1flUIAflbN :

' Qt CQ eiaff7make$5 or $6 a day oneomm1ssioas. -

: f While they thus

l' 7 load wages for themselves
' ':- L,7 **> I
., ,?! & considerable money
; ";:;O ple i for whom they shop.

y 'rroong there!.were ten or twelve

Vh Is lIgia who i wanted to come

-.. Aca Jt make some purchases I

:I1IpPoting that they do not feel ; ti .
f. -__ l eoa1Q spare the time or the cure
r ilor the trip: The
"pony exr" -
'tomes around to them and lI

the a small fee in each ease to I .1
''- .. and deliver them
ms d&
,; W course, that is a

:: reaience as well as money I -i,
for the purchasers.
'"cr rah
the price of the
tickets to
-:: Chicago, expenses while in l' ,

1&lid the half
day or day's tim4VV7


f--' 'r tin *
e7eey Dos or the gone!ne
k r Quinine Tabl.rt.a _

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- i 4 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established ,&
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'- I missioners. A committee on entries '|r Commission Will Meet. 1 1I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiIi
r Citizen-Reporter. I
. The and premiums was appointed, cor.sisting .- The State Railroad Commission ( >i --. .

" of Messrs. Healy, Uaitskill j wand |ill meet in this city on Wednesday, ,

j n: H. L. DODD, EDITOR ASD PROPRIETOR.A. Stockbridge. Subscriptionbooks April Hh, 'at which time a final ] Ready For Easter

ti t A. E. DODD,Assistant Editor. I for stock will be opened im- I hearing will be had of the matter I. m i

mediately. nuts pending, for the erection of a
\e Official Newspaper of Columbia County and MM Your Faster wants of veers Jean 11(- nil here promptly *i
the Town of Lake City. Florida. Them was a great deal of interest I union depot at this place. The road | I:1 lactorily The largest allm'.11J'auUlul i..IUi'tinn of MiUmtr I3tI6o III
manifested, with every indication of officials will meet the ('ommi""i)n ': have ever i resentt-U awaits 'ou" J t !Ji Ii o-

h, Published Office-South every ot Friday Courthouse at Lake square.City Flo. I the fair bein;! a great success. It'' and the citizens will present their > MMMM SPRING AND SUMMER HATS !

will i be eagerly participated in from claims. It
: ... .
of the --- -- -- with of all kiml r
': Advertising Rates Furnished upon Application. every portion state.APPROPRIATIONS Together a couijiltlino <> 1.I-.I"cla'* 1fiUillUJ =
I MM .
-- awaits your ileasmv nut-oi-t \ .lurchis riinvr prompt
T :-- | Young Couple .atltlltkj, flis
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Entered In Lake City postofflce a. second I ...
DESIRED "Olustee, April 13.-O. II. Rogers I t
class matter.
+ 2 MRS. L. T. FU\AK.!
.1 and Miss Sweetie Perry of Lake Citywere I ,

Subscription. $1.00 Per Yeur. On Thursday night I llth inst in i quietly married here last nightby I I 4IW .

I the of the Leon Hotel at Tal- .. .... _
II parlors Justice J. N. Melton. Both par .... .T.- I..Y.YY _
;1i ;
FRIDAY, APRIL. 19, 1'Hrt I|I lahassee, a meeting was held, con ties are quite young: and. parents on az... ..tH__..'..:.., -4-YTY..9T.i..).$.'..".. .H. U. n.! ..

sisting of a joint legislative committee both bide objected, an elopement I
on appropriations composed of followed." ,

On last Friday Senator Carson's f E. N. Dimick of Dade, Frank Adamsof Hob and his accomplished little P.:. Gg. ;. .:::;. ;.g;. :; .Pr:1. Grti joint resolution accepting Mr. Flag- Hamilton, J.1.. N. Peacock of i bride have many friends in the city] tJr? ':::-. 4."_ .. -.... .F '"

ler's gift and appropriating ljolk and ,
I. generous Suwanee, O. C. Wilson who will join with the CITIZEN1E1'OKTF.'IL -
$-),500 for the equipment of the 'H. H. McCreary \lachua, all the j
in wishing a j THE FLIGHT OF
: gymnasium passed the Senate by part of the Senate; W. A. Fulton of journey through life.PanAmerican TIE.J.

; unanimous vote. Hernando, J. Emmitt Wolfe of Es- ,

cambia, F. A. Hendry of Lee, M. S. Exposition.Mr. Leaves a proces;;!'>i of struggling: humanity ''4
The matter of leasing state con- )
, victs is creating quite a stir in the Dowden of 1'olk and Daniel Campbell : Frederick I'feifer, commissioner A behind. Hut it doesn't leave \

I legislature. Senator Carson's resolution of Walton, on part of the House; for Florida to 1'an-American Exposition W us behind. We have too"much at state I

to proceed with the leasing of the board of trustees of the Florida which will open at Buffalo to allow that. Were right[? with I

! convicts, which passed the Senate Agricultural College, a joint com- the first of May and continue unti tIiJ the times in every respect. That's .a

! Friday, has been turned down by the mittee representing the two leading November, was in the city Wednesday tJiJ why we're pretty nearly the whole

I IIouse and discussion is rife as to the agricultural and horticultural organizations securing exhibits. The directorof 'f/i1 show in our line of business.
: of Florida. This is the first the experiment station, Dr.1'.
I i time in the history of the state that F. Yocum, will send an exhibit from I j Dry Goods and Clothing.

I i The people of Florida have every such a combination of representative the station. Mr. Pfeifer reiiorts'' lj I

; reason to feel proud of their great interests has apueared before a legislative that many of the cities and counUesof I|

daily, the Timess-Union and Citizen. I committee to lay bare the o the state have made ample provision I Vjjy 1 ,

; Its unremitting advocacy of an adequate necessities of our leading education- I i' for exhibits and that Florida | M. L. Plympton l & Co. ||

: appropriation to the State :!i.il' institution and to request that suf- I will be represented, though not as it [ ,
Agricultural College has won the admiration -, licient appropriations be made for should be. The couimi ioucrs of I I @ Opposite Court House. ,

of the intelligent and progressive i, its better equipment and mainte- DeSoto county have appropriated I! .

f citizens of Florida and our ',, nance. $200 for an exhibit. Tampa has appropriated i 5*-a t@@S. 5 y<.;2=sp.pgS.-.J'S'| .,: :*!3Si'P i3ia sa#
: people tip their hats in grateful I After the organization of the joint $!OO for advertising the ''-' 'P

recognition to Hon. Ceo. \V. WiUon, legislative committee, Geo. W. Wilson city. "Gritting Bros., proprietors of II -

its liberaland broad minded editor. representing the board of trustees the McClenny will send an ,
nursery .
: { .,"' .."" ""''' '' ,, ...,' '''
r introduced I presented. in a forty-minute exhibit of seventy-five fruit trees! '-
Senator ('rill has a pure I I
i talk, a plain businesslike argumentin some of them in bloom and bearin K\l I ,
s tecution food till which and provides punishment for the of pro-the urging the necessity: for the various Mr. 1'feifer's headquarters will be! I r MEN ARE DOUBTLESS IN A f

J manufacturers of adulterated food appropriations asked for by the in Jacksonville until the fair opens ,

and parties offering it for sale as trustees. He was followed on the I and exhibits will be shipped from I
; )0 same line by Senator Carson, Messrs. QUANDARY OVER THE WEATHER
if that
; genuine. We are not familiar with point. I
S. II. Gaitskill Geo. L. Tuber Prof.
i ,
: the text of the bill but we cost hear- The director of exhibits has recent \ I
a H. 1:. and D. .\. ,
, tily favor legislation in this line. Danley.. ly notified him that 1,000square feet, .,"""". "".,.........,,"' ''' '' ''''"''"'."" ,,.
These followed I
, were by Capt. :
\Ve would also like to see a bill passed in an excellent location in the I
i E. Rose, president of the Florida horti-I We d..n.t make. it we did we would rub
i prohibiting the sale of cheap, deleterious cultural building, has been I ;(
lie rt-1v "
Agricultural Society; F. E. Harris, aMy tempted togm von miuial f
I baking-powder preparations. for Florida. He says that "" ire. about seven days in tbe wt'ek.lo.r
,r .-. vice-president of the boaid of tins loads of fine exhibits will be sent I ; quite a. SJM.IIVbile. antiriiatiug a tool ;
wa\"e Honlhurt however to
INTEREST flAMFESTED. tees, and J. D. Callaway, secretaryof ,, from the state to fill this space. F.a uaiiOy list tor quick reference give you a (.

if the board. The Florida railroads have generously I I
n Never before in the history of I The appropriations recommended
offered to carry all of these I I
Florida has such practical unanimity by these gentlemen are as follows. Need of new shoe's Slippers. or footwear of
products of the state as far as Jacksonville any kind and who are not in
1 U of interest been exhibited by her distinguished I For taking up the present outstanding I I and River Junction free of I

f i citizens in behalf of the indebtedness of the college, in FAVOR OF I
charge, and the Cljde Line of steam-
r leading educational institution of the I II curred in making permanent and I Paving high prices for good of inferior I
ships load New
carry one car to
1.1.r I 1! btate. The representative men of[ I( much needed improvements, viz., York free of charge. The story cir- # quality btjle or lit. should gel ,

(F every section are raising their voicein purchase of five acres of land, erec culated that all floor space allottedto I THAT NOTION I
the advocacy of liberal appropriations tion of Foster Hall for
J. young women, Florida at the exposition had On themselves which will bring them here; .
1 to the !State: Agricultural Col- equipping the same, building fence, 1 been cancelled Mr. tor a purchase at our store is always money ,
Pfeifer is
says, saved. Let everybody
i || K'ie and we believe that the legislature I grading grounds, constructing rock i erroneous. ; I

;T; B| will recognize the weight of the I road through campus, etc. $3,000 00 Mr. Pfeifer mentioned a matter to I SAY "AYE" # .

ft arguments they are employing.The I I Repairs and improvements to old | us which should receive the attention ,j'h"n asked to come here as we j t
.J inception of this agitation was I buildings $3,000 00 guarantee the best Shoe values on ,
_ of our council and board of trade, the market for the least money I
never of parochial significance but I Anew building is badly needed.
that of
printing descriptive pamphlets -
sprung spontaneously from the progressive -1A I casual glance at this plant will 1 of our city for distribution. They DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, I
p people of all Florida. This convince anybody that these b '
cost of issuing about five thousand : UNDERWEAR, NECKWEAR,
: element citizenship) fully recog1 1 far inferior to the buildings of any
'I flues the importance of providing !' other like institution in the United pamphlets would not be very great HOSIERY, SHIRTS, NOTIONS, j
and would result in doing ,
the facilities for' the proper education : States $;jOOO 00 I ij DRESS GOODS, CAPES ,
a great deal of good. I Ii
l1 of our youth and for the dissemination For the purchase of land for a model j i i, ___ : CLOAKS AND JACKETS

!J of that knowledge which ill I farm. Equipment, purchase of Now is the time to cleanse your
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; be of practical and incalculable j' stock, implements for cultivation system of impurities "7" Mixture .:

tit to the agricultural bene'I'I and to carry on various experiment does it thoroughly. Young'sDrugstore. r;R 'VE CAN SUIT YOU

i the state. I Employment fund, by which, in the j

I LOCATION .FOR LECTED.-STATE FAIR SE :I of farm labor farmers and to defray garden or of a and part poor shop of parents their, the schoolexpense sons may I I grow longer.Babies shorter are- angels as their whose legs wings grow II i ItS J.j E. INMAN & COMPANY I'

and the products ot thi
i I
Jacksonville was selected for the
farm to be used at the college; the Persons who cannot take i PHONE NO. r
location, and November 19 to 22, inclusive ordinary 4. NEAR DEPOT.H ,
I same can then be used to diminish pills find it I
a pleasure to take De-
as the dates for the State .,"""" "" ,
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the expense of board. It is true thati Witt's Little ''' '''
Early Risers. I
Fair, at the meeting of the board or They
i we have a farm and garden, but these are the best little liver pills ever I .
directors -
of the --
State Fair -- -- -
Association -
are cultivated as made. A. P.. Wise.eases. ----- -
held at Tallahassee Thun '
ay, ------ I
;- llth inst. grounds, and the entire expense is To produce thorough alterative I lII1 lIl1 lilt tJ borne by the Hatch Fund, and it is M
f- The meetings of the board were effect, the blood, kidney and liver
not legal to the farm I
presided over by Geo. W. Wilson of j I use productswithout must! be thoroughly treated. "7"I!I Watchmaker
paying full price for them
k. Duval ccounty. Other members I Mixture acts on all. Young's Drug ,
This plan is directly connected with store.
present were S. II. Gaitskill and B Jeweler I Scientific I
F'I every person in Florida, and the posjsibihties Graduate S Optician. Musical .
E. Harris of Marion county, D. A.Danley of this department will Like bad dollars all counterfeits: of i I @ Uo..d Engraving a Siwiialtj
of Chipley, R. E. Rose of DeWitl's Witch Hazel
Osceola, G. P. Healy of Volusia, j' prove unlimited, and the results of .i worthless. The original Salve quickly are j I and Optician. ,
conducting such a farm will be of
Prof. H. E. Stockbridge of Columbia l, cures piles, sores and all skin din-
t i 11. II. McLin of Lake and (\. L. T a- practical benefit to every farmer in A. R. Wi"e. ', .r That is our business-and we are doing our best to please: &
ber of Glen St. i the state $10,000 00, --- -- I you and give you the best service. W
I .
f When the question of location 'j' Establishing a Veterinarian Department Don't wait until your property is i l Everything we. do we warrant_ cannot be done better Aanywucrc. *

opened for discussion was ($_,50U annually) $,'),000 00 burned but take out fire protection &SJ} Everything'. M'I11.'. guarantee and protect you fn yOlif .Ef
propositions Ii i To maintain Farmer's Institutes; in advance. 'all on T. R.; Hodges ; 'fl purchase in every way-in Prices and m Quality. -c.ROBT.
were read from
Tampa, Ocala, Sanford
to provide lectures, and for expensesin who represents nine of the best com
and Jacksonville. After con j panies. Office opposite Baptist 1 @
Mderable discussion as to the propo- holding meetings; distribution of I church. 'Phone 34 @ T. RADFORD. |
reading matter I
and such other _
Htions and the availability of the i I j incident to an annual visit expenses to- ; I m

varloas! points for holding the fair, I each section ($2,300 an'lyj) 15,000 00 Millions of people familiar m

Senator C. 15. Rogers appeared on I The total of the appropriations I i with DeWitt's Little Early Risers, I -

f behalf of the Jacksonville Hoard of | asked for amounts to $$1/OW.W.. and those who use them find them I
F$ Trade -- to be famous little liver pills. Never r.1
t making a specific i propositionthat I
Notice. Gripe. A. R. Wise. ,
4 Jacksonville would subscribe

$3,000 to the capital stuck,' and furnish I There will be a meeting of the patrons I represent nine of the best Fire :

a bite for the fairgrounds. The of the Lake City subschooldistrict Insurance Companies doing business T6btoio Monuonth1 \

t; hoard of directors then proceeded to i! on Monday, o'clock p. m., in the United States and will take'pleasure
( ballot, and Jacksonville was select- April 2Hh! at court house, for the in insuring your property. j

r cd by a vote of seven to two. It was purpose of nominating three men to I also write accident insurance for |I Georgia, Vermont and Italian Harble.i '
} .
1 be voted for the Fidelity and Casualty. T. R, c
decided to issue a notice that the' on 3rd day of May: Hodges, office opposite
: for trustees of said sub-school Baptistchurch. i Granite Monument.. Iteadtones. Tablets. and
county advisory board would meet i disa 'Phone 31. Wrought Iron o'en..es. Parties Statuary. Also Steel
needing Marble work will Hud It to
Jacksonville on May 24 to consider trict to serve for the two ensuing I their interest to write Uo for designs aDd prices. All Work Guar..1cH it
a f I To Cure a Cold in One
year Day
the details of the field work in the

different counties. This board con-I! ,J.. E. YOUNG, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- I Lugand Marble Company, tl-'
of lets. All
one member from each druggists refund the '
money .
; A. U. BROW, I' GEORGIA. 1Fmu'6lt'
ty, appointed by the County Cotn- i if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's I

Trustees. signature is on each bos. 22e. ; -.


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1 Established 1874.


I Our Future Encouraging. j 1 w 41.44444441'O.1.1."44 41.1.4'e.441.

:. : The boom"which struck Lake City I #

Most Complete Stock of I about four years ago has not in the |

least abated. Magnificent brick !a I NEW SPRING HATS A1 i

;Spring and Summer Hillinery !: buildings are being continually ,

',| erected on. our business streets and # .
:j handsome and modernly appointed I Ij ,
Of any house in the City, now A residences i The Easter display has by no means ,_ ..
II j are being built in e'ery'quarter f exhausted the or I ,
on Display at v I of the city. Our progress isI A skill. lieaulitul models are here Y, _1 ..
f take the place of those sold and l
based f'
on a solid and substantial
I foundation
i the stock complete. The dUplay ut I
MISS H. I and present evidences f serviceable hats is P
RILEY prove ; walking particu- f 't? \
=- i i
to us that Lake City is destined to be'1 larly interesting. '" %iitj

Leading Milliner. t a peer of any other Florida city as :
!i an educational, industrial and commercial I ?
', center. MRS. T. N. MILTON I
Our citi/ens hold in their hands the -! ,
i power to make or mar its future. If i f Monroe Block. Marion St. e i i, ,

we would reap the grand possibilites .
( which the future holds out so tempt1i I : _I,) e ovvr ,f Wr :
-- i: ingly before us we must be, while I II [ !
If. conservative, energetic and progressive !' .411444.4444444 .4.4', r444444.
P I! -abreast of the times. No op
I portunities should be lost. Every

IL Parasols !public improvement within our means !i .>rrU+()!<)+4)+ >+4)+UU''U.().l).U.<)+U+()+U+() ) )!<)+U+q+O+,OVt
PARASOLS Parasols ;i should be made and the holders of r.4i l' & & >J{ ll. ;ib zt'

[ capital should be given to under- .
r /V
t stand that here they will find remunerative -
investment and will receive *

the hearty co-operation of our citi- 14p '
zens. ?
Observe these things and insteadof -
COLORS.Childrens2 our population being doubled in RESERVED FOR ;

I the next ten years, as it has been in liI: _
fe : the past, but it will be quadrupled. '
Lott W. Johnson & Bro. 1 '

5to i Blind Tom
$1.50.Ladies I -the musical wonder of Si ft
j the world will
appear at Hendersons

I : oc to $5'.00. I opera house Tuesday evening, April to. I PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT. ft

23rd. Tom is a wonderful performer A I* "

Jon j the piano, and his fingers have to cJ v
j lost none of the nimbleness which
:i has astonished the people of this I II M

'- j I country for years past. This may be II j jI .

I your last opportunity of ever bearing o( ;' o( .o(

i !Jioy JflS. E. YOUNG e' Drugstore.him. Seats on sale at Wise's I *

f C00r/e, HEll'dwQrre, Fir't\ the There members is a of movement the bar in on this foot city by, j j! ............G GS08 .@.....

,1 I I to have the Spring and Fall terms of :

---- i circuit court convene one month ear1Her. I Ii M. STEIN
-- g
; i At present the spring term of'
f I :
kSylocal. i court is held during the same week :i LEFT FOR NEW YORK, MONDAY EVENING TO BUY fa

: "7" Mixture-the the College commcncment exercises !II
News Notes. greatest Wood
purifier of the 20th I are heM,and the courtinterfers with 4 I!, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. .
r century. Young'sIrugstorc.
> I i the attendance of the people a 1 9
f j these exercises. Will show you the Prettiest(Vlors. ISest Quality and Lowest Pi ices ont
I As
regards! goods ever brought to Lake c' IC'all and loo: over our tucJ.. \\e hare Sjjk
of all kinds cheap at Mr. S. B. Cathey has recently usual time for the convening of the everything y..ucau call tor- Prices the Los est. V7

liCardeDieed store. ; I placed a new front fence around Fall term, this should be changed tconvene t'
' I j! his home a month earlier on account' S Ladies Dress Goods and I Mens Clothing. % '
'in shoes. at A. B. place. I of Thanksgiving, which has always 'j I ,
: Browo'n: Surprise Store. j *.OO shoes from $1.00 to $1.50, shoes caused a delay in the court proceed WE HAVE THE NICEST LOT OP 'fi

:seed peas, beans: and corn almost i| for 73c, Vic; shoes for Me, at A. ings.the local A potion bar has signed been by members of I ,.
forwarded tour
Fit cost at Young's drug store. :] Brown's Surprise Store. n'l representatives in Tallabasse I i Wpe LaWq, 40-ia. Wide }$c Jd up. %
.' Mrs. B. L. urging them to use their influencenecessary !
Savannah is
inc I II
prettiest line of fans and to bring about the Q To busy to write -ad'call and see Goods get t
'Jjb lts.at ,A., B. Brown's Surpriseare..unts j visiting in the city, guest of her change. I
m '
i'I I I J-.M.! STEIN. --
I 'mother, V rs. I* A. Dodd. Basket Picnic Decoration Day. I j!! : --- '- :

:; oils, glass, putty and var- The best sox and stockings that Great preparations being made i! ........ .
e8c.. .......
l is any quantity at Young'st j! were ever sold for Ilk, at .\. 11. i' for Decoration day, 26th inst., and I j,

,:fires'tore.'Mr.WW.. i I!1 Brown's Surprise Store. I I we are all looking forward to an enj i j --

.->-: Talbert, a progressive Mr. J.V.. Niblack of Columbia J joyable occasion. An eminent ora-1,! .
i-wrciant of Columbia in1'I) 'City was in the city Tuesday and tor has been secured and a sumptu- .
' City, was
oui feast will he spread after the
f [ iLc'citj Tuesday !| paid this office a pleasant call. exercises. Everybody in town and JUST AR'RIVED AT --- j

{ Mia Katie Sessions of Live Oak, !i Bishop E. G. Weed of Jackson- ,, county are earnestly requested to be j

" peat Sunday in villa was in the city Sunday and conducted :, j present and don't forget the basks THE
| the city, guest of I !j,I Let everyone come and enjoy the j! DOLLAR BAZAAR
5 >l I Hettie. Lembrick. !j1; confirmation services at the day feasting and resting under the i

'Kr.and Mre. C. H: Mathis, accom J,I' Episcopal church that evening, when beautiful shade trees adjoining the )
j jI '
Misses Edith 1 tad ford and GeorgiaJefferies cemetery.For :
fui&lj Alias ,Maude Hair left j jI : A nice line of Summer Foot-Wear
and Mrs. L. U.
I is Tianfcj evening for j'IV the Memorial '{
F ;.IC j I j confirmed as members of that denolU- Day Dinner! for MenVolnen and Children.The .

.' i j ination. Each committee heretofore
j appointed
ti- ,,: J I.Charlie Wilson of Atlanta, who I best Shoes for a Dollar In tbe State-call and see them.
i 1 Our to solicit and gather baskets Also Summer Hats for and
ias public school building is showing j Everybody prices are so Low
WtI'rLdtlng in the city guest off I r the need of paint very percepta- !of food from their' respective neigh-! you simply can't help trom buying"flimorsltle" .

.ffcudMn.J.M. Wilson, returned ') i borbood, is hereby appointed custo-.

|: bole' ]Monday.EaaKennison.' ,ILly I attention and the matter of the proper should authori-receive |j j. ]dfan of such baskets of food and the i i Straight Front Corsets ;
chairman of such
who has been at- i committee is appointed ) ,
ties. The cannot well afford
*"" county member of
a committee
the.; : a I
'. ftlast g Agricultural College, ;: to allow this handsome edilie to be j! istribute such food upon the tabl U best make for Comfort and nse. Misses; Corsets also on band. J\ i ;
weekon; If we don't save you money. we doa't expect to sell ;
account of you gocnls.ir
v W home iu illness ': damaged by the lack of proper at- i 'erected for that purpose at the CemI J .
i Atlanta. !, I I etery Park. Committees are
e" tention. Give-the nice I
building a |
,he'bndSome. I Ii i to report at once how many b.isk-
"" -new residence of coat of paint now and will be 1! Nothing Over One Dollar
';, B. H. Palmer- money has been com- saved to the tax I! neighborhoods, to
)1ttea 1 'indi* one ot the I'j i payers. i j YOURS TO PLEASE,
readences in the city.most atI'tractlle I,!, A shooting aflray occurred at Herj C. A. FIX LEY, j! JJ

to' :,I Dr.W. j i ring's still, thirteen miles from the I II Commander Sons of Veterans j
R ; Chalker haslet the con and Ch'm'n Mem'l Asso'n. 1' \m H. F. URIE.
; It tforiJlarge city I Saturday, In which a negro, : LAKEC/TY.FLA.
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and elegantly apI;. :i Shoats and beef for barbecuing will !
John Williams shot and killed anotll-
!.tt.4 Wick: residence to/be built i be gratefully received. ;: .L JL Jt JLJ J '
: II tr negro by the name of Tomlin! -eaAt side of the on'j i
_glare.Y public ,I A negro woman was shot in the i Committee flakes Recommendations. i u.I .

Prof:c. V.Waugh has been invit- during the melee. Sheriff W. X. Lake City, April 16, 1901 You Know What You are Taking I NOTICE TO DELINQUENTS.'i''i'iI
tOtp Cone and arrested Williamsand Executive committee met. All
atll'er i posse !
the'baccalaureate When take Grove's Tasteless am
you now making out the list of
ktm Delia White, an accessory, and present except A. C. Boatwright.
before the graduating class of .' had them lodged in jail Sunday. .\t I'The following business: was transacted Chill Tonic because the formula is delinquent tax payers for publica-

tl : tbeIeot' ns"tate, at Arcadia oa : the commitment trial bath parties : | plainly printed on every bottle show- tion.: All )lartie---1hat will come "

'!',.1. were bound over to the ne t-term of I Committeeman Stevenson reported ing that it is simply iron and quininein forward and pay their taxes by the
':\ 1be circuit court. the death of W. H. Murrell, Justice | 10th[ of May, will be stricken from
r Episcopal church will erect a I of the Peace, Dist. Xo. 6, creating a a tasteless form. No cure no pay. the list without cost. C. JONES,

; \. sear tILe Church building[ I Mr. D. W. Brown of Welborn has vacancy, which the committee proceeded 150 cents. apria County Tax Collector.

,: f Marion sheet : purchased the Hancock place, which to recommend to the Governor
.. the
i- +hl.e understand near comprises all of Lot No. 14, with the 'I to fill. The secretary then read a I Notice Attention Farmers
that the petition that was sent to the Governor i
!;:- _baa been let for the work. : exception of a strip olxlOj feet on from Dist. No. 6, it being referred I I Is hereby given that I will placein The best place to buy hoes:, pious: ,

)?1 {T.ltiiRoter Moodi north-east corner of Marion and De- i to this committee recommending the the hands of my attorney for col- rakes and all kinds of tools is at'night's
,Ym. Manlj Moodie son Mr. I Soto streets, owned by the Masonic I appointment of M. P. Jones. On motion lection all notes and accounts past \\ as you have the largest
1 was takenImproving lodge: The consideration was $;),000. l of Committeeman Stevenson E. stock of hardware in Lake Citv to
lln'quite suddenly Monda 'G. Persons' name was offered. There due, not paid by 1st of June, 1901. select from.
'wag.bat undei the skillful treat y I The property is bounded by Marion, being no other nominations Mr. Persons Positively no exceptions. +
': r of Pbysiclana fa I Madison, Columbia and DeSoto i was unanimously recommended i M. E. WRIGHT. The undertaker covers up the blunders -
nicDuncan e- streets, and is an admirable site for :
to till the unexpired term. For Dist.
[ n *I -- of the physician.
I a hotel or business houses. We learn No. 7 W. T. Weeks recommended I .
'i r' .. that Mr. Brown contemplates improving We carry a large and well-selected - --
Is a' ; for Justice of the Peace and II. J.
':: '!Ot\brick building having this lot and will erect on it a I i I Niblack for Constable. I stock of drugs and chemicals of all As the hot weather of summer ii

< Iroperty he erected on handsome hotel in the near future.I There being no further business kinds-anything you want and see approaching, this paper will constantly

lies recently purchased the committee adjourned. I advertised call at Young's Drug keep before its readers
i ,rte' W. The matter of clearing Lake D e-
Adams, on north M. L. PLYMPTON, Sec. store.
a trtet: :The building will Soto of water hyacinths is being con- --- ----- TKETHINA, a remedy which, where

::: I. ODe ttory. by ,;: bidered by our progressive city coocit. nThe, wonderful pianist-Blind Tom Elegant line of pants as cheap as known, is being .universally used toprevent '
and counteract the effects of
F. P. Buie left I I A committee has been appointed -will ap'pear in this city Tuesday, good goods can be sold, at A. B. warm weather upon small children,

\ 1 evening for their to arrange a plan of work and to II i j i April 23rd.! It is unnecessary to say Brown's Surprise Store. and it is hoped that all mothers of
m e5POIl8C country i ascertain the probable cost, whichlooks i anything in connection with this this community will keep their chil-

} mother to a message that : like they mean business. We I( play as there is but one Blind Tom. Catarrh Cannot be Curedwit. dren in a healthy condition by giving

Jilts. 8. P. Buie, who that can be d e- I Local Applications, as they cannot it, for it costs only 25 cents at drulr'l i
certainly hope a plan --- -
5' '- ia 'ton I, reach tbe seat ot the disease. is gists: or mail 25 cents to C. J. Mof-
I 1 '" ray ? sufferer of co nriled by which the lake can be rid of ; e .t.. .... ..A. ..... ..... .A. .... .... ...... ...... .... ...... blood or constitutional disea>e.Catarrh and in order a- fett, M, t)., St. Louis, Mo. [ap-1=-0IJ .
gradually growing;; to cure it you must take internal reme
+' .' I these pests. This lake was once dies. Hall's Catarrh !
.. 'jQK AVc sell l only 1 High Cure is taken internally -
and on the blood and -
admired I acUtdirecly mucous
scenic ,
f-l= niConrt M.-M. Scarborough, I famous for its beauty (;ratio Pianos and Organs surfaces. Hill's Catarrh cure is the quack C .A. .. .... ..... ..... ..... ..... ... .... ...0
3sl ,11 '. .llahaaee !! by all who were fortunate I medicine. It was prescribed "v one ut the

I -Cpany Wednesday I enough to view its limpid distances: I '1 that have been established It best is Physicians composed ot iu tbe'this Ix"t country tonics tor known years,l A LOT OF BRICK
a eonmlt- and was a favorite resort of tho such for combined with the best blood puriHers, acting
Jorcanizationof who delighted in the healthful a na' as directly on the mucous burl aces. Tbe
4 I perfect combination ot the two
, of rutcin ingredients
tat invi"oratin.exercise g. .
the Judiciary many years.CARTER is what produces such wonderful results in
to We hope that the time is not far distant curing C tarrlL Send for testimonials freeF.
I W recommend SUm e need- when this sheet of water will be I & 1. CBKSKT & Co., Prop'rs Toledo, a ;l B. THOMPSON.J

I restored: .to its former attractiveness. ..... .. ....:.BLOC'IC." .., "" ..... ..... .... .... -. Sold Hall by.Family druggists J-iUs Tac.are the- LeaL apr "0


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CANDER REFUSED CROWN OF SPAIN. lIe it ordained by the Major ay IIdcrm.n

I I .\ of the tow.t ol Lake City

Sufferers from this horrible malady ;, All American Girl Preferred Private 1'l Hula: I unuxM.ImM+mmlfltl M11MM.'Ix"/hxNNNM+..w14...,

nearly always inherit it-not necessarily I Life to Sharing the Spaalih I Sec. 1. It..l a1! 1-e unlawfui furany iSTORIA.
from the parents, bat nay be front son Throne.i I
i ,pcrvn, \vitli.nt : i.ity. tobreak
I remote ancestor, for Cancer often runs; II I -
I through several generati ni This deadly The remarkable romance of Elsie fair, rut ovc, litur.i rr injure

, poison may lay dormant in the blood foi Henslf the Boston girl, who married id any way any ivati-r-.raii or

I' years,or until you reach middle life,then King Ferdinand of Portugal is recalled hydrant or other /it-iiUf .;r h-- '" ....". Infants and ChiIdreu.
", the first little sore or ulcer makes its appearance
I -or a swollen gland in the by Mabel Percy llaskell, in the Ladies' tire part of any water v;< r::* system -

I breast or some other part of the body, Home Journal. At her marriage Jibs viithia i .ii.l turn.ec. i i S The Kind You
gives the first warning. Hensler was created the countess of S 2. That it -Inll be u..lawii.l BIW ,Hay!
To cure Cancer thoroughly and perma Edla, and with her royal husband took .
for wit hut authority,
; all the virus must be any I person
poisonous Palace of
gently up her home in the beautiful
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to cut break rt'moor inure 111 Always Bought
' liminated from the blood-every \estage Cintra. "Had wished it the countess _
f it driven out. This S. S. S. does, and tel,' A\'
{ I l > of Edla might have been queen of any way any of the teletf.aph, efablePrcpart1tionforAsi -

, I t: :is the only obstinate medicine blood that troubles can reach like deeseated this I- Spain, fur King Ferdinand declined the phone nr electric light wires poleinulator -. i similating ihcToodatidReguIa-

1. r When,all the poison has been forced cut crown of Spain in 1SC9. soon after his ., lamps carbons. ;lob. -- o. I ting th Q Stomachs andBowls of Bears the

f of the system the Cancer heals, and thef marriage to the beautiful American other fixtures erected or maintainta I

disease never returns.CancerLeginsofteninasmallway.asthe. girl. It was offered to him by Gen. a part of any telegraph, isle s
. Prim and Gen. Serrano, and both the
[ I _._ SignatureThirty
phone or electric lighting &y!>.eal
I letter from Mrs. Shirer shows:
I following > king and his lovely wife decided that i
small pimple came on my jaw about an met their life free from of within the corporate limits of th t- Promotes DigcslionCheerful-
quiet so cares
! below the ear oa the left side ol my face. ltgl&vt neither
i town of Lake City.Sec. ness and Rest.Conteins I
.. me no pain or lucunvcn- state was infinitely to be preferred to of
i I since forgotten, and about I should it had have it = | the worry and fret of a great Europeancourt. I 3. Any ltrSOniulJ.ting an_ OpmmMorphine nor hrinetal.r ;

., ', not begun to iallame sand Ferdinand died in 1$:)5, aDd of the 1"iavi-icu; of this ordina NOTNAHCOTIC. i

! i itch little; then it would scab over bleed but a -s' !, since then the countess has lived in re- I shall: b.: punished hy a line not escecdinf n. '

, scald not beat This | tirenient in the Palace of Cintra. She the sutn'ot *.xk) 1.10, or ia.piiaonu' .- ,
continued for some time, ar : is visited bj members of tie 1&rple Q/0lJ Z1SwzzzJzr.&aIi..rpFiw
then my jaw began to > present 'nt not exceeding t.vo I
, ;' swell becoming very -:. : royal family and is greatly! beloitd by ,ford- j jI
j painful. The Cancer be months at the cretiitii of the okay- .f1xJ.n.aR1.etd1
htJt1.!" them, for they never can forget bow
van to eat and spread1 : .. Shcs-
until it was a>large as a';' fine and good was her gentle influence or. Anut&e. I

1, i'z tf half S.dollar.when S S.and determine f heard j y over the king. and they shared his admiration Pas-ed by Council April l>t, 1!+01. I La FtP/fErmir4 Cartwrzt-fads. J 1I h II)

C ed to give it a fair trial ,I h 1 for her. She i is treated as if AttestV.. J[. IVES, {'lerk.S. Ifit"tl- j i

1 and what it a was wonderful lemarkable effectit '. she had been born to the purple instead L, BERRY, Pres. Pro Tern I S T.47W I

had from the very beginning the tore began U of far across the sea." Approved .\prill.r, 1W1.! -- TSB
; heal and after taking a lew bottles disappeared J
,( entirely. This was two years ago; the are still P. P. ('OXf:. Mayor.Applicati3n Ap< DO signs cf the Cancer and my general bcatla\ Women Before Handler. .1 lion Sour Stomkch.Diarrhoea, J
.t .xratmues Iood.-Mas.K.SUI&EK, La Plata DIssis The dust sorting of London is
j card -
i 'f'ormsConvulsions.fe'erishJ
, the greatest of ; ried on by women who handle the colj 0 For Over
i purifiers, and the far Adminiaraiion.lX I ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
! S one guaranteed j levied refuse at the wharves. MedicalSend ,, -..--
I. L: ecks alter the iir'.t rubli,alio:1 o ILhi.notkc
{ vegetable. I men dunce been trying to prevent women Inill a<>i.lr h. lionV. M Tac Simile Signature cf
1 j our free book on, from engaging in this industry,and Ivey. ountr Judge_ torlrttft-aJniinistra-:
I lii,n on the estate .,t H, C (',,:11:1'. ileceaM-.: &&& & .
i j Cancer, containing valuable and interesting accordingly the Women's Industrial ] Apr M IMii. V li. WJL-IIN_ YearsCASTORIA
t information about this disease, and I council has made an invest igatiun of it. NEW YORK.

I write our physicians about your case.* Vit I The women said they liked the work, -
i- make SWIFT e for medical advice. And laughed at the idea of its being I Inheallh'y.
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4I! Bears the the Kind You Hale Alwals Boughd6ig : .p 5 Lh :Ct N 0 EXACT COPVOF WRAPPEB. t

4j ur. I 4 t 0 1Gk.1 ttrslQ i
;- 7 'M"-
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i lf -- WILLING HORSES. i :"-, ::::S ::;!: ;:;,-:: ; : .::.::: > i1

f 1 Ssti&Sc, la HartittM 'Have Elatnple I -

eI Their Kind In tILe Human '-THELcuisii -- 1- _
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.: One of the judges-Race.at a. horse show f iII le & Nasliuille ft. ft. t'Rl r without Potash. ,t

! in yew York last fall made a shrew CplC131
criticism which has a broader application Runs through cars to Pensacola, Supply : 4O
Mobile and \ Orleans
to lair
than he gate it, says Youth'I s mingham, Xashvilie ey and St. Louis, to L :" enough Potash ,- .

I Companion. Louisville, Cincinnati and Evansville r '
t\ Four high-bred carriage horses were and to Chicago without leaving and your $20

on view. train. For rates, schedule and 5 '. } profits will beG ,_
! i '"I see no difference between them," Meeping-car reservation write to or ae += ,
; r said an unskilled looker-on. "They cation large; without

f seem to me to be equals in blood,beauty B. II. flOPKixs, Fla. Pass. A-t. i Potash Tcaclicrs and Prospective Teaciicrs -
,? and training." i L'lKi West Hay Street, yourcrop

r HI i "No." said the judge. "This horse," Jacksonville, Fla. I will U"scrubby. O will Cn.l Bo how riasst-s Ut the Lake;

} 1 touching one of them, "is incoinpark c. L. STONE, G. P. A., I i I ity Culicge.O .
1 t k] ably the finest. He is of a better breed Louisville, K}'. .
. wl than the Our tools telling about composition of(rit7i: 520 COVERS ALL EXPENSES
others, his temper is good, it t:.". "' ir"cd for all crops, are tree to all I in.LT- ,
I .; and he is stronger than any of them. -0- GERMAN KALI WORKS, O '
: || But I would i N-UMU St.,New York. except rilroa.l fare. tor one term -
not buy him. lIe will LeI j II. WILSON. 41 Semi for circulars toO
short-lived. The others will outlive -
i i trim by years." !' W. F. YOGURT Lake City Fla.
i "Why? What is wrong?" ;; -X- 1.
I "He is too willing a horse. Look!
1 i i He pulls for both himself and his mat 'I .1 KodolDyspeps 0 '
He shoulders the whole weight,and the I.. tr.: _" ,I
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j other simply trots alongside. There j :; Dt::' '-.i' -w>- I

f i il are many such horses. They use up ',.... .' .jI4.., .
their vitality before middle ; t' ,. Cure -
age. !: I a ---, -,

b that It occurred to one of the bystanders ,. .,_-.lA-, .....-.....,..1.. I It.. : rf
also "
t1 were such '
many men Digests what eat. : .... ...
, and women. .: as.r'i s._._. .. .'.._._,ysr.-1S-'''''' l you r- ---=--- ---- - .
r In almost .y. It artificially digests the food and aids
every family there is
s$ unselfish some'.;, .> Nature m strengthening and recou- f
energetic draft I
horse who'
1 draws the load of the others. It structiog tbe exhausted digestive ors i igaps. "Thms Shaft Not Covet"PERFECT
may It is the latest discovered
'I.J be the old father, plodding at his desk tINDJ1 F!l 71IEIL:1.1 ant and tonic. No other preparation'
H the year round, while his wife and can approach it in efficiency. It instantly COTfENTiE'T: 13 BORN /Y THE HITCHES. HEALTHFUL MEAlS .
i daughters are idling in Europe relievesand DAINTILY SZSVZD, HAKE "A HEART TO MEET ITS FATE.
; or it _.=HV, Fla. permanently cures
may be the lean, fast-aging farmer's Dyspepsia Indigestion; Heartburn, Writs for Caaasue of ISO :f::lcr.i comliniltons of tin best productions of the Jratulk
1:' wife who Flatulence Sour Cutlery, and, for a modest outlay, mtZe Site worth living.
keeps house and cooks and r.otbajind l'a. >l&ill Sl'cs' and Stomach, Nausea,
irons and sews while the girls are busy Prices. Orders Pronu,liv Fiiltil Sick Headache, GastralgiaCrampsand INVESTIGATE ,
in their clubs or entertaining their all other results of imperfect digestion. .

friends. Often it is a homely old Prlce5Oc.and h. Large size contains 2!{times C- w tlI
spinster small size.Book all about dyspepsiatoailedtree '
' aunt or sister. 1 Prepared ty E. C OCWlTTa CO..Cbtcago..V .
As a rule, nobody notices these will

1 ing drudges until they drop suddenly
I in the harness, worn out by pulling o
, load which belonged to those who for dcme of forty years Experiswt

I'" were dear to them.-son, wife Sttom the Horns
ri brother. L ,
x'V fanemize in fuel
If, as is usually the case, they hate GONORRHOEA try s r 't'lakC Glad the foe !folds Quesa'
'I' made those about them idle, incompe GLEETCURE
promptly proeara tent and selfish model iketchA
" have they done well? VorpuotoforfrttrefiOTtoapileiiUiltUitr.
IU>k"llo V
Are they, in tact, good and faithful J 1 VloObi iBU.8.and ForeignFuenuudTrade-Mukt,"i
'I + SAFE SURE Forest terms ever offered to lOTnton I
servants? I
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t il lnuiaiv euundeititl. ftvuod tdviui. FuiU! hf ;lie P ijijoir ir@G'"IT
>i aerriee. :
CA.BT033 4 $f.00 ar aauu+ss. ejuryss. ll
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it r.e eq. ta.a..or. &W""C. A. COJ
Bean tie 1118 Klnd Yoe Hate Always Eougtisignature .l 1 a a. 1 SNOW & f
"t' cf l''or sale by George W. Price. [[OppJU.Patent Office, JWSH1NETOH, D. C. ,

'F."to:r, .. IS WRITTEN""National t

51 Steel Racges are the "Never had a store to bake as
best "
I made. evenly and qaicky."Abundance .II
H. bi. PIUC3, Mobile, A1l.: Mss ELLDi TYass,ttaslsvi\.
of hot water always
furnished." L "In 30 years housekeeping,' ever
w. R.Ears:Eras?, Clatks rl1e. c* had a stove pleasing.."

, "After one year's hard service, RTV.J. B. nwnr,1\ashtillt.
, in perfect condition." ,) II
I am sure there is none
e "'G OSPHAH SCHOOL. Xashville.UATBO.I 1 J. T.A irE.taN. Superiatrnt
y i "Not one-half the fuel regnirlas Water Works,hash'to

formerly." L "Ths National, the best range .
VASDEaaiLr CsrvEasiTT. in use."

T &ji Have never seen one I would C J.CrsTEa,Hickmaa,r f r s
exchange it for." *
"Takes less wood and less time.

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I Garnishment Notice. I tYtTItYtY IhWtY ytY YEYiYJiJ/1 irY*ri/! /..( t4p

." 'CHURCHES. plant System.The In County Judge's court, Columbia county !
Florida. : Three Papers a Week f

; nm-P.eY. F. Piston, pas'K r J. D. Holmes John D. } I
,. Ong e er at 11 Great Through Haker. W. F. Bowen I
jri tot, and'l.I5 P. iii.V Sunday school Line From Florida.PP and R. C. Korabeck I |I fOR ABOUT Tttl! t
> partner under the tirni | Assumpsit and i
: tpworth" League 4:00 KCTIOXS name u t Baker & ; Garnishment I. I PRICE Of ONE. Fj
gt eery Sunday. Prayer meetgwedpedaJ : liolmesCompany.Damages i t' l.d0'
To The j
Atlantic j
:. evening at 1:15.Seivlces The East } Washington.Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond and vs. I' I This paper and the Atlanta F
E. W.
Ashley. I
5: every Sunday 11 Via .\111' II. J The Southern railway, via Savannah, Columbia and 1X> E. W. ASHLEY defendant and all I Journal for

'jAD mandb p. m. Sunday school 1pra Wa.hington.I others whom it may concern: You are i i i
*) a.: meeting Tuesday hereby Dotitled that a welt a garnishment 1$1.501
Sou'h-e ; las issuedin the above entitled suit and ;
"j liwlnp 8 0'clockrpgev.Curtis. I To 1 Tile 1 1'.lihcay vi;Jessup, Atlanta, Chattanooga tbat your property in tbe bands ot 0. K. I 4 F
West 1'he Louisville| & Nahhville Parker and Kearney & Ilutson, Gas been Here
: The } Montgomery.nn | 4 you get the news of F:
: ;; The Southern jarnlshed and that unless beFore
Grubli rectcnffZnd.'anl n'y'Ia Savannah appear -
J Mobile Columbia and Ashville. said court on or brtorr tbe Oth day of the world and all your local
and 4thIn I & Ohio IL R. 4
via May. 1V I.
Montgomery. judgement by default will lie en : news while it is fresh
-:. each month at 11 a. m. \ tered against you. I paying i
SoJ school To Via BAKER HOUIES COM PAN r. > very little more than onepaj.er F
} m, Sunday a Savannah and y
and 1: P. Th. East l Steamship!' Company for Newt BY BOOZER & OlLLLN. 1'l.lintifiS. I +e costs. Either i -
% t.JI a. .m. York,1'hlladelphla and Ilnstun.Via ThelrAtturneys' war.I i paper I
\'ia Savanllah and Merchants iI iI well worth $1.00 but -
Steamship j & Miners Transportation I by special r
N-Rev. J. C. Timms, Company for Baltimore. I y arrangement we are enabled F

e'r:. Pi. Preaching every Sunday \VEYWK3T1 l -- Divorce Notice. I :! to put in both of thorn,
r in i m. and tI p. m. Sunday ana' \ VIa i ;;
Peninsula three
giving week
and Occidental papers a f,
Prayer meeting Co.
; 9JOa.ni. HA ,
SdOOI VAN \. In Third Judicial
Circuit Court of Florida, I
t for this low You '
Tuesday afternoon at 1S Columbia county In Cbaocer}'. price. can F
dect.. To Nova Scotia, 1 Solomie smith ivs. not equal this anywhere else, t

_\- S Cape Prince Breton EdIsland-,i Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship Joshua .Smith )V Bill for Divorce. ..s and this combination is the It

'"\ R.PTisr-EU. E. R Carswell, pastor.; ward Line for Halifax, IIawkesberry and t'harlottestown y best premium for those who :
ffSTfcejmry Lords day. Sunday1Chool9:30 IT HAVIXii been made to appear by the ,
--- Prayer meetinglings Winter Tourl..ts affidavit ot K. T. IdMizer. one ut council 3 want a great paper and a |
-jn. Western and Tickets will beun sale throughout the tor complainant. In above entitled !suit that j I home Take these and
y ,nuNdaJ at 7:45. Ladies Southern tatt"I to all Florida RehOrts1a Plant Northern Eastern, tbe residence of the defendant. Joshua !I paper. e
,. Hclpi :-Bud meet every Monday 1\JW-IWllImll"d Addresses to return(If partir'until Mol} :1I..t" wile liberal .lop-over System|ji 11'sieges during iu Florida the season Smith, is unknown to complainant and her'solicitors I you will keep up-with the :
sUI'l.ll N Itb .? ''i'\"L Nurlh brnt" to tile undersigned : tbat there is no person in said
r., tltliD.:.at 3 o'clock.V" aU tnturIDatiuu handsome advertising matter. will be liberally State tbe service ot a subpoena UluII1I'bum times. .E.
I would bind defendant and thai said defendant Besides
For Information 1 general news, the F zN
as to Kates.
Sleeping Car is over the ot
Reservations, age enty-one It
& CITY'OFFICIALS. etc.,call on or write to tstherefureurderrd years. Twice-a-Week Journal has f
I r. M. Joixr. Division Passenger Agent that said defendant. G
13S \v. uay Str. Astor Joshua Smith be and be is hereby required 4 much agricultural matter E
W. B. Dl Block Jacksonville. Fla. to apprarto tbe bill of complaint herein z
;l 1p. P. Cane, xaal.Suprrintcadent., B. W. WBKNS tiled, on the 3rd ot June and other articles
s. ,annabnah. Ua. Pais. Traffic Mgr., day laoi: and that 4 of special fo
4JKEASUBER-:- IT J/ 1r.yassaiL.A. 'f8.l I Savannah,Ga. I Ibis order be published once each week fur 4 i interest
tana to farmers. It has
eight consecutive weeks prior to said *3 ,
; E. Futch. i I II I 3rd a newspaper day ot June published, in tbe in CITIZEN said countr.UEPOKTUB. 3 regular contributions by Sam

'"""",OL-X. J. Wit on.tjOLj 4 Witness my hand and seal, this nth day 4 Jones, Mrs.1'. H. Felton, 1.

f-o.-!; W..1. Eau'arch iii'tY SEABOARD March ISKAU A. D., 1UUL M. M. SCARBOROUGH.Clerk \. John Temple Graves, Hon. i

.;ty RvnL-GII1 Gille, W. P.TlII" I T AIRLINE State of Florida > Circuitl.uurt. I I j 3 C. H. Jordan and other distinguished s

JI: L. J1'OIpt, o. ;?. Columbia county j"* i rt writers. f

.rftiiJ.Eolnman'B.J.1JiIl80l1 court.I. tor M. M.said Scarborough county, do clerk hereby of certily circuit (' H Call at this office and leave your F -

1P I TRAINS. tbat the above and loregoinjf is a true copy I -t subscriptions for both paper You f
Jlogert. __ DOUBLE RAILWAY of tbe of record original in order my office.ot publication on hie I iand : Call get a sample copy of either piper E
i DAilY .
COUNTY OFFICERS. -_ Witness my band and seal this jsth day of y Here on applicationiEi EtMMfiR
I -i1..i MlI020a i"iiOTfHKRN[: : IVI E7 1 Sl ISKAI.J clerk Circuit Court. MiR RK71TR2a2 'm7td1'9tT''iglgtatiM11i1/

coorrr.JUDGE-WM. /re. Ly Jacksonville.! .-'h.. 7-tip 130 a ,, Lv Jacksont' .._. _:
ille .
tAr Kcrnandina.__ ON'I II 10 at --
11 111 7JOp
SllDIFFIV. \. Cone. -- a, 11ft. -- Ar Hal J\ in---------- __ -
Ar Everett...... .. 4M4al -
{; jC -Jf. if. Scarborough.THHSTHEKJ. t' ArSavannah.....-.-__-_-_-.. t Ii IS1p115opi1 IS pit) tF) u 11:1I t'. Waldo.......... _______ ____.-..'. ll 15 a Itl3 N S5 p P ft.. #=2 2'2-2cT.rT"2 TrT et":T 2 2Sct' t''e'9t t't !IZ el'3t"ttii-tr.1" =M d'ti =< .a .
Ar Fairtaz.-__. a Oaineoville.m.l ... __.
L. TVmer.sissBS08jl. Ar Denmark.....-. _.. *Std wp{ t iuia ----.. I "Cedar Key.........___. ._-._-__.'II.VP 6 '.." : ;' M@!!iSq"Tc1''Y 1arZ 1..iI'1.I 1'i.: I!''l,,'f ltil:.i8
A JSrouu.'tttLBCTORC.ftmt i \r Columbia_ ----- p 1a'.m"1 "Mlver (lriog_.. ._.. __ 3p.. I i )
S. __ 'm I
--- -" -ll( 4 : i .m tt IS
"Ocala. .....
1 Ar CamdenI'igrs. . 13; 'h I ? ----' '. __., I :!:II l/ a
r.! SEPt PCBUC LVSTEUCTION JI.i 1 Ar So ---.-_-__-____-_-'.-_-,10 37 p.1U I.'a lai'--! ....'.'''_ ""Wildwond.----- __..__. '<._ S 13 p tau a II I'I I. .
Ar ____.___. I U.' DON'T STAND -H
-.' Wflli. Kaleign. ___ 11331a115ua!.. _-. I l..l"eSbUrg..j..1 I P 3311 a 1 l # {
Ar :IJ.
Portsmouth I' 4 2Ua
I' 4 _
Kat 5 Sip:, I IiI llii ON
'" --"' Winter Park.._. ..... .. YOUR MEAD '
I ''f y,tkalreifa: frank Smith, Ut'J. o. Ar Washington___._.___-, II 45a! 9 :ll1i'1: I "D.de :. -- Sp ..._... __ i'ii
Cit\.m ......,5 .
Ar Baltimore .___..., : ::: 3 use -- .
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Smilkaon, T. IV. Getzen and ..t.f. all Tip ----- I "PUct ci y.i.i, ._____., r ,
f. j Philad..lpbla"m ittsup!! :. 56 a' ..-... i Tampa_.. .. .........!..... Wp 4U5a II'S rff t !
KSlp Ar New Yurk.-.__...... _, 310_: p.613a!_: ,_. __ --- I 1ft 00 p ftOO a I 154
1 V $(o.D PCBUC I ISSTBUCTION:' T. I ------ \ I\ND III _-- --_- t.1,1 i

.- &sry, chairman; S. L. Kerry amiI.I.M'fIt. i i Connection made at Fernandina j .1 ))1\1 II KICK m( Itt
.' i with Cumberland Uoute steamers ,
leaving Fernandina 1:20 i. \
-- p. m. daily : i

\ r .' .COURt CALENDAR. ;i WEST Dl\. A N.O: I :: .except", m. Sunday, arriving Brunswick ] II L I:) Q T the poor Printing you have been IAI
: Lv Jack. n\'lIlc .._. .000..._..I f---, ___ II'I(!() .Q using when You: can get the Best '
Ar Lake-City.... .__..-....._____ I I I just as easily as Our i
Huri"judicial Circuit of Florida'i: -. Lire Oak__....._____-._..!jId (r, p p ll W tLeave Fernandina for Jackson-1 j. I ,tt( reasonably consistent poor. with prices are + I

,rJud n.;eJohn i', White, Live Oak, ;; 1 1Sttle'i .. Madl..on.m.Monticello..__. ...........___ I itlaipj IU 3 i S?r yule 7'M *. m. and ?M p. m. .1 t ) lirt class work.Ve are up-to-date prompt. I ...,, ;, '

Thomaavllle.-....__..___ lloa il __.._. /; Avoid further trouble and '
; Attorney, L. E. Robinson, !I '... ) \ annoyance :
;.; Montgomery 8 wa .. II'I
Arrivals by sending us Trial Order.
.. at Jacksonville] from a
Juper Fla.x :o.t. ._ 7 41 __ i north j I a tfIII
; .:: Tallabavtee__ ... ___m ------' I on 31:;,-N &:: east. No. 27 at 9:10 a. m.; No: 31 at I!
SPBEJG TERM. \ Quincv-----------.1.I .al'4 xs> !t 13"X) p. in. From the west, No. 2, 1:25 i I g ,
i Kiver Junction. .. .. ... ..
: Jsptr,Hamilton county, 4th Tu H: .. PensacolaMobile ..__.__ ....._.'..._.. __.... r. 1:; II 1). m., No, 4, M;:() a. m. From the south Ii THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE. 1111,11, _
..1 ibj to January. .. ... .. .......--.. ..__ .. _'_ ____ sSaiN i Hat 9:30: a.m., No. 66, at 3:<101 > I H. I... DODD PROPRIETOR. ) I
UeOak,8uvanee 2nd Tues- New Orleans----------------------------- 7 40 a'p.' m.0. ll 3
county, III 111.TZe. 111.
OJ In Uay.' 'i ,. 'sr.t"' r t"u t rtc_ !T"i-r a otj2c,2 t6"'T-it"'et''f-,

UuitQtj, Columbia county, 4th i I \ 44, solid vestibuleJ train between Jacksonville and New York, in .I 'tIJ'- .fl a. YeT T Y-ZcYCYO:3F3:Y Z Z I ZYcaGhY '>I3I"' "'JFKiJ> :
TosdijinMay. cluding mail, baggage and express cars, day coaches, dining cars and
Hajo. Lafayette county, 2nd Tu es- ,I through Pullman bleepers and New York, Atlanta and
day !n June. I\ Nashville. Nos. 31 and 44 carry !uilnraanL sleeping cars between Jack
Pmj, Taytor'eounty, la Tuesday sonville and Tampa. Pianos A. B. CAMPBELL,

it April I :\0. fti, solid vestihuled; train, consisting of day coaches, mail, baggage JACKSONVILLE- RLrt.
.Mxa] MadIson county, 2nd Tues- .i and express cars between Jacksonville; and Washington and Pullman ,
:. ally II April sleeper between Jacksonville and New York. "; Organs "OLD RELIABLE"

PALL -'l'EJU !; :\os. 3 and 4, Pullman buffet sleeper Jacksonville and St. Louis via Established In IQ7S.
: Monticello, Thouia.ivilie and Montgomery.
I-. Iatper'day in, lhmilt county, 4th Tu esSteamers|' for Key: West :Havana-No.. 27 makes connection at Port ;! Kimball
AU1lit. I Tampa with steamers leaving Jlontla} Thursdays and Saturdays. I Whitney Hinze.
rlneOukSuwanee county, 2nd Tu 8-t Nos. :. and 1, sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. -- ,
Lake day in November. V. F:. M'UKE, n.,].:. L. BUNCH I .. THE BIGGEST VALUE ON EARTH., |MJ '

:?, -Ttiltshy City! Columbia county', 4th Ucn'l Sup't Gen. Pass. Agent. ', All kinds of Small Instruments and Trimmings. Easy Terms. Low Prices. .
In November Portsmouth Va. Send for Free Catalogues and full information. :. i
]a tte county, 2nd Tu esA.. O. IAt'DOXELL5..i..tallt I ,
?;-,day in DtCember.i Den. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. I l---- ; ,
'" I
Taylor county, 1st Tuesday in I .

:*,- ottoc 4 Madison. county, 2nd Tu esGEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY. t I UNE... I I .

". .-s". .Oc tober.. : SOUTHERNDIRE ..QUICK r'


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Subject to change without public notice. '
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I Iisle tic I Sr.\11O. Quick I nixie ATLANTA ',i

...F'lyrt !rep Step ..1.I'l'r BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS, |

.'- It ;55. III II-! a m ,\.... .. .... II.III... .. . . .Ar "4: Lip rn 4 ilia III CHATTANOOGA '
11611111 12HIIIII .-.-.---- .Ull ,hll\. .. . . . 2 1'I1'1II 252a mI RAILWAY I !ll
$7 II III 120 I' III . .. ..\ i+wu.[ .. .. .. . "* ; art 231a III ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY
1 :ta hi J I-WI' hi Ar..Curdrla......... . . l' "i I' III 2 15 II III I
,, 1 5ta: III 2111I1' II \ .. . ...(' .. .. .... .Ac :2Iki iu 2 lia III i And all Points East and West
I 2 :Aa III 2tpn. .. ... .. .A !hllrll .. ... .. .. -, 1 :'0p I'm 135a III
a 10 a III 3 :xl r III \r. . .. -'fiRon.! .. .,. . . -Lv 12 r;; :, III 1 OOa III I ;
a 15a III ; :pt IIIII Lv.'l iltou. . . .. ....:1r 12 p III 12 a) a III :
;, 3 41.HIIIIII (ti IJ' III .. ... . ..s..ark.... ... . .... 12 tr.d) III 12 2'a III CJ NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS t) !)
:J5ja III -I 1111' III . .. Ileurti.iue. .. . . . II 511111I 1211 a toI4da I SERVICE LIKE THIS. .
III ; IL't'lII \r. . .. .1'ti. ,!" . .. . . vhlOI' m II3.JlIII I .
.: ? 4 40 II III 5 ffi I' 11\ L\..... .. ..\ ali.o lI.. ........ .. a lu a art II :!'ip III :
1870 SAM 'I S31ato 6/Mipto ..... .. .!i ir... .. .. .. .. . .101nam 1034pm : THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS t !
6 01 a III Ii :11.I1' 1.1 . . .1Yhile 5priu;{+." . . !J\2 n III 1\)0:111 mi Via SavMiuh and Charlotte. N. C.
;h) a III !jWI' III Ar.... .... lake I itv........ ."I' !IIIIS II m 9 4U P III t
L IALKE'8 -1.:1111 j _-II' III IX. .... Luke City..... . . ..ir.IlOOa III 92111' III THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL 1
1 50 a III II :!oj I' III . . 'allll.-tI1I: L'ity. . . . 7 Sit a m 8 Oa p art ,
tWaw K ;; I' I': .. . . .Ilaalptun.. . . . ? :7an1 1 52pm915a Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. 6I
III I 94.ip III \r. .. .. .1"1:11'-,, . . .. 'v 62511 m 640(111I

; tI' 51l III *I :Ill p w . .LIkr ('ilv . ......ArK 5u II III 4 _tl I' III ,
8 Wa III I 8 3.) "III ILV.- .. Sampson ("j.. . .. :\r 1403 III j 551' m THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS
j I. 85.)1111I 9:101'11I iAr.. . . IaiIw \' e. . ..... .\. 6 4;) II m j 00 3 III I 1
I Via Jaiup.
..WHISKEY xonrii uorxiiVia Nlr'1IEtll'1.F.s.. f ,

-. Macon, C of fi:Uv. X *'. PI L Po". Ill Pent R R and connections.. Through Vwtlbuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Rooms 1 'i i.

U III( a hi U 411 I' III L\ . . .. lake S. ....... .. .. 6 :''1)1m 7(01) II: SleeplDI Through Coaches, Elegant Dialog Car. !i .
l BY ACE. 4 lip m 41110& II: \r. .. . .. .Jlarts..l.v II tip III tl :kla III I i r'
73)1'111 j :! all1 At. . .. .ltlauta . . .in' II 301' III i 503 III
... GeW Medal si Atlanta 1 00 II 111 1 IIf'l III Ar..l'haltanlwra..l.v: "_ .... I'm 31 'j1l1ll Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, 0., !i
., Ezposi!.1n8. G .p II II III G 5i D III .\r. . .. ...VaShriflr... .... . I.,. H 10 p tII 9 :::0 p In I via Aiheville, N.C., and Knoxvlllc, through "Trie LAND Of TUB SKY."
.. : .2-11'111 I.halll \r.. . . $i.onk . .... I.\' 8 -It I' 111 8ICam

(: _Ibest and purest 4 Gip m .0:111I: .1r.- . ..111111:1111.. .. .. .Lv 11 f OlllU IL U0a m I: Through* Traits via Southern Railway are now I:

".s'1'- 1- Whiskey- sold !II;) II III H let a III /IAr . . :'hicago. . . .1.\_ 700"11I. I .. ._. ._. |. U Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville Operated 'li

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,., ." the South.Proprielofs. I \Vlipn IN> So iu>*tune. and h <4>lio the\\'n"train lX. FI\do.not er" slop.Iiave ihroiiftli slefper hctweon St Ixnls, Mo. |iTra SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS at Very lei Riles 01 Sill Jam 1 to Sept 30,1900 .

.t" anti Jat kwnvi11r.1'1a.via\'aidosa.! and tironli harlot fclcfpni!,' car all 1 coach bet'
t tween Macon "11.II'alalla''llI'n'I': | the. rc.-ption of p.H.seafiers in ITnioi Depot Maron ,I tot iktu,Mktdnlet aDd Intormatlon, call oa or addreu
fjj ., OiW p in. and I.II .)1'1"11 on n-liini until ?:.A) a m. and can lie W. T. COSBY, T. P. 3.,
'L. 'lrU1TI. U.S. A. 1 orcnmetl until that time. I II I1J Wut Bay atiNt, .. OBvUUn.. j'-
.... I I WILLIAM Cfm-ELETriiuw; Fisu, I. K.
I i OCV.
.. Iiea4 I \'icel'reaidrnl Agent Lake Pity. F la' \Y..t. TURK, I. H. HAtDWICK,
:;. lit' : 41I..a dhui m Orr.be I 1 it'' B. [ ". II M.V lU'EXS. I TitCo If aaaftr. Qtn. Pa...AIS.. .....08. .......... I
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:; ( fEi .'-1DllaaD.C. {vaaEla
'' Gen I Agent, V' troll (.s. }< f A Jacksonville. F 1a,4|. toaD.Q. .A&l&ataGI. .
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I Notice of an Election. aeKttttWvowwaMeaM "OO(I' ,.r "._
School Board of Columbia county or- *
,THE red an Election to be held May 3rd
1!>ul, in Lake City Sub-District No. Z, lor tht NineTenths= R1ERBNE
purpose of electmi? three Trustees for said
District,and to vote a special school district
tU of two mIlls to be levied and collected
v e annually for the exclusive ascot public free -
schools within the Lake City sub-District.
Ik. Nat This election shall be held and conducted
I bolding m general the manner e1..ctlons.prescribed by law fur of Pure Juices! from Natural Rod
ot election to be held on
The inspectors
U" Foley 6* CV.- -
: GSSTLEMEX bad > cetera cold which settled on May 3rd, Wl. consist of Juhn \inzant. b.: all thePeople
t my lings. I tried a number of ad-crtised remedies I shall'ackler be and the same Kraut as DeKerro of ""ViwM whose<:ero duties' .in GiiATEStreUv 2!; Sam chssd B f
and several physicians,but received: lu benefit I..as general election. T. /. .Stc yapra ,
F-' in despair when Foley's Honey and Tar was recommended I County Si hool Hoard. a Ceanses! t :s YSB 1 Puliligs: the l c,'t
t;: but a few doses gave great relief. I could
f sleep and tto hacking cough ceased. To bottles 1 Suffer ';jJRES i Malaria! jsucss!
: COiIStl
cured &a rel). It saved my life. The headlines in all the papers on attt.! .
:i' S. F. FRITZ (Saturday started off by saying that from li Weak Stores.-,jhpaireii;; DigesiJErefjf
677 Sedgwick St.Chicago IlL Hanna sees the President, hut nothing ----_-

i r was said about going him one DiseasedLiver i Same; CasateJ t (i" Cita! Satlsfaife(

[ 1 better.A ::'. GEBC'O'. G ns ALX.ono

9<'" Price, :;O C' 'ma.r.tr.ared .
t ; 1 Johnson's Tonic H a superb grippe t : Ly JAKcS f. E .'..GAL o,Sll.ouis, lEt
;h.- cure. Drives out every trace of Grip "_ t oi<>
i: Poison from the system. Does it "

k j. Sold by Geo. W. Price.BUIE'S quick.blood and Within begins an to hour neutralize it enters the the effects Sold by Ceo. W. Price.

of the poison. Within a day it
I places a grip victim beyond the pointof -.

: ,I cheeks danger.attest Within return a week of perfecti ruddy V to'7r.: ! SAW! MILL. .. :I
i health. Price 50c if it cures. Ask for ---- :!-- -- -- i
(Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic. F ; !I ,. t
i Four Miles West of Lake City. i Take nothing eNc. l'J01mar22-ly The I
First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part |I! WANTED Reliable man for Offers to huth sexes a good eda
of the City on short notice. Address FloridaAgricultural ration along the lines of
Manager of Branch Office we wish to
LAKE CITY FLA. I open in this icinity. If your record Modern 1
S. P. BUIE, is O. K. here is an opportunity. Kind- hought and Actvtl!

,- I ly give good reference when writing. = = Scientific. Literary. Military
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-- -
---- I I THE A.T. MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE Industrial Departments. Most

P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR- --. I ClNCINXATTI, OHIO. College. complete outfit of apparatus. yp
I Illustrated catalogue cts stain pa liens.- reduced to a mioimaa

BUILDER. '- Short-hand. Telegraphy, J5 rnf .
.- _._-- -- keepin, tau::ht FBEE.
I Send fur a Xew Catalogue to- I

ON ME BEFORE SENDINQ AWAY FOR THIS KIND OF WORK. l-ake City, i=1a. m.l 11"1"1..r 1)Vl l.'....> 4 l.:11s." z."n,1''l l I.1' :.,.. mm
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FantinQuaaftly. i Attorney At Law.

; For 20 Years Has led aU!] form Rarncds'rsa Wl ,
- SOLID :a-r. ALX I3IttrGGzEi r5. C rders
; hrep.reaby-. JAir.ES. E3ALLE I?, St. Lotus.r I Mail : -/' /,

, J. L. N1BLACK,
1 Sold by Geo. W. Price.

; Residence Phone Ho- 41- g a
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i( Headquarters at WISES Dru tore. Al

: Nashville, Chattanooga &< St, Louis Ru. i I i i LAKE messagelelt CITY promptly, -allrniK'd here. will tu.FLORIDA be -

; -\NU-

;, Western and Atlantic R'y A Bona-Fide Salary. -
$12 Weekly
"Battefields Line"
II Men and women to appoint agents and
To Chattanooga, Nashville,Loul \\I1e, Cincinnati,Chicago. St. Louis Memphis aqd all for represent local work.us some#1'.! weekly to travel salary other antexpenses. LakB Gitg BoU1gS
points West. For rates ana schedules write to : Old established housepleasant .

.. C.E.HAEMAN,G. P.A.,Atlanta,Ga. T. M. DOVLE. F.P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. advancement permanent and increase positions of,wages.rapid
1 I
I .. -- -;- __ ___ __ __ Write at once.Hl'TLEK Address.i ALGElt, l ,
d7 Dept:. NEW HiVtX.CONS. t t t _
Fire Storm Tornado and I rl ,
I Gijclone- Insorance. \ uasls; ,>

4. 1
I Cool Drinks, Fruits, Vpgeti7' -.
, Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. Olliee upstairs the rear of Price's l>ni].
1: .: Ottice: Up-stairs Yinzant Block.I Store. LiKEl'iiY. Fi.s
tz bles, Tobaccos, Cigars

I t Chalker & Small -
Agts.Carriage L. E ROBERSON. i( A. n Sited.. '
. Jasper, Fla. I I Lake City, Fla Nuts, Raisins, Apples


1 .ITTOIJI EI S AT .lsl\: And Fine Candies.YAXCFACTt'RERS .

: Maker and Undertaker Will do a general practice in State am AND liOTTLERS OF
t g Federal courts. Collections and conveyancing. Soda Water, Sarsaparilla, Strawberry, Ginger Ae
g .
Lake City office: Second floor Vm-
' zant Block dU t99-lvr. Seltzer Cider Etc.
and Caskets
Coffins always on hood at reasonable prices. Prompt
O attention tended tut to CALLS Day or Night. Telegraphic orders promptly at O Geo. J. Davis; Manager.

T. R. HODCES -----

i A L I Attorney at Law and Solicitor 8M< fWf

in Chancery. s
j t,

>special attention given to Commercial collections
and execution ot Deeds.
,. Mortgages and all other Legal The thermometer will goon Ite climbing to'tb.. Summer
papers OUke: IU5 Her- beat mark. You will soon lie wishing you oould
nando street O contrive to get along without that awfully- hot range
near Baptist Church. Youean.

} i : PHon- -No.31.. TRY BLUEt FLAME" ,

T. B, OLIILER Blue Flame mates an ideal heat for coolin -quiet
\ O .
convenient and economical.Ve have Stove you want
ATTORNY- AT -LAW. it costs but little and is a great labor saving device. i
LAKE CITf. FLA. All size*-with or without cooking.....'".

Buggies and Wagons for sale and Buiit to Order. General Repair- COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONSA f ,
' O a specialty. All work guarantee Carriage material for sale. aho SPECIALTY.
agent O
T : Office: Marion street.up stairs over UrsI .
t rJeAnlsFiSHERr : o T. A.Perry
I building. formerly occupied b 3 :I
Boozer &Callaway.Practice I j2'j
113-111 HAMILTON STR. LAKE CITY FLA. I: Lion to all in Busines.all state Mortgages Courts prompt and atten Deeds Try YOU
r drawn and acknowledgements taken. ;

,! i! : MASTER IH CHANCERY FOE I > an can

;tl, Janl-S8) COLUMBIA COUSTY. .
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9 P LANT Descriptive tat Illustrate Catalog .
3 -Telto- i MERCHANT T \Iloft. 'iO: f I t

: PROFIT What to Plant and How to Grow and Mar I The finest line of Tailoring Goods ever .
FO R ket tire Great shown in town Every Pattern Is correct I f
..Money Making Fruits of the South. | I selection You will have Do not no send difficulty your in orders making away a You'll Have Better Meals and the Cook a Better Temper.
: Peaches Pears, Plums, Persimmons, I or wait in days for a pair of Pants-but
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