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 26, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042460
oclc - 33283557
notis - AKN0324
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System ID: UF00065510:00020
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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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THEtlNWELCONE I enjoying the liberty and promised

generosity of the great American i
i f,
nation. Many think that the "pro-

I wised generosity"relates to promises

made to Aguinaldo personally and I II

that the wily Filipino put it in his I II

I I GUE5T manifesto ,o as to make it a matterof I
I t
: official record. Whether that I ,. f:so

lan-guage I
: + You may recoil from him with hor- that promises have been made of II I II

ror, but you cannot evade him. The i which the American public know

,d ;young and the vigorous, as well as the r.othing, and I
naturally there is curiosity
f old and the feeble, are his prey. He
makes no distinction. He is an un- to know what those promisesare. I .

welcome guest In many homes to-day ,
lie enters the palace of the king with Sir William Vanllorne
once presi-
14 impudence and makes himself home dent of the Canadian Pacific rail- ROYAL Baking Powder is indispensable '
in the abode of the humble. No home

is too grand for him to enter and noue I I r lad and still largely interesteJ I to the of the finest
i so modest that he will pass it by. therein, who is now at the head of a preparation

Of course, you do not care to enters j''syndicate which is building a Cuban
tain this guest. You may slam the railroad I cake, hot-breads, rolls and muffins.
two hundred
long, be-
-t. door in his face and bar every window

.; in your house, but he will enter on the tween Santiago and Santa Clara, has I I j

', wings of the air, by night as well as by been visiting Washington and incidentally i ii
day, leaving despair and death in his telling how easily he Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to

;, track. I Ij arounJ the Foraker got i buy other powders because they are cheap."
; The best thing for you to do when I prohibiting
:1. he pays you a visit is to treat him the granting of public fran- i Housekeepers should stop and think. I f such

; light. Treat him properly and promptly ;;:chi-.es in Cuba while the island was powders are lower priced, are they not inferior?
and he can have no terror for you. under ,
,:"$ Treat him lightly and with delay,and \nierican military control. Is it economy to spoil your digestion to save

-" he will fasten those lean fingers of his I lie found out that there was a special I a few pennies?

deep down upon some vital organ and enactment-perhaps he knew why it I

r ,then you are undone. I I happened to be made-permitting Ii i
: Grip is a dreadful disease. It strikes II Alum is used in
of laud some baking
I owners to build railroads on I powders
deep It uncovers every weak spot in j I their The "Royal Baker and Pastry and in most of the so-called
,- your body. Weak lungs may mean own property without government I Cook"-containing over Sop most phosphate powders, because it is

t*.Coonmptioo.' A alight derangement of the kidneys may mean IJright's "I permission, and, as most of the practical and valuable cooking recheap..and makes a cheaper pow der. -

u...' Heart Trouble Is followed by Heart Failure. :Every vulnerable I land owners along the route of the I ceipts free to exery patron. Send But alum isa corrosive poison which,

'o'pIIlIMC.bedbGrlP. I railroad were anxious to have it I} postal, card with your full address. taken in food,acts injuriously upon
' /./:. QlhUzae it too slow to cope with 01 ip. Don't use it. Discard it at once. constructed the stomach, liver and kidneys.
';JW otol-Gripla Life or Death, or worse than Death. A once strong man I he did not lind it difficult to '

t'thk all the life and energy sapped out of him is a pitiful thing. Death is I purchase at a' nominal price the i I

. ;.letter than wen an existence.tJOUNSON'S I ground which his
railroad will'run. I

, child that will take it. U Is a Superb: Grip Cure drivingMTtmnofirlppalKiKroiiittiesyilein. Making laws that head off the II . .. .-
It doea Ita work quickly and effectively. It acts I''general' public while permitting I -- -- -
'*-. loan boor it enters the blood and begins to neutralize the Grip I'oison; within will hereafter $.i0
, :" are UplacM UK vaunt beyond tbe polntol danger,and belore the end of the week ruady I''millionaires to do about as they cost to gamble |I: Chinese puzzles have long enjoyed
. <,''.....118&t.U relnr. to perfect health. is j" in Arkansas, one-half to go to the informer !!I a reputation at the most intricate ini
old time
:, 's... HUM*bo tail the Toole and depend solely upon it are safe. Those who do not do soL please an Republican
'' ItoUalrUws: la jeopardy. It U a wonderful medicine, and la 100 nines better than specialty, but favors to Canadian and the other half to the public j I i: the world and the indemnity puzzle,
Caatae.4our In a lotleday t.hahrhlclltbe slow and uncertain Quinine can Dot do InrSrSjLttttaU. school funds
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Y | n illionaires i is a new wrinkle. Won- __ ; upon which the representatives of
sT. l'etpahouleOfthISToniealwayeonhand. You may need 11 any moment and when ; the at Pekin
a M tut ft TOO wait it badly. Men have driven over rough road for iimil"a to eft it. 'derifSir: William was one of the TIlE MOST STUBBORN rowus '! powers are working,
V. Utiep eew"'Jloo.oo.fhouldcoasid.-rthi too high wnen compa-td wuh the c.is.triVatcrs to Senator Hanna's 1 seems to be the most intricate of
<'W does I wWtI'leT.Hllc.The p ice U 30 cents,and this sc.ount u recur d to every buyer who is not ('.. ,-ign loUie? If not, he may resulting from an attack of la Kri',pe j j'or them all.

piae,BUY A.BOTTLE. OF JOHNSON'S CHILL AND FEVER TONIC T*\-WAY.A 1 liiii hu railroad a costly speculation, heavy cold, east jie' to the -
{ k as he cannot cross a public highway wonderful healing properties of Puley's
B. GIRARDEAU ;on the island without the consent of i I Honey and Tar. which strengthens -'I GOOD FOR "RHEUMATISM.

,' this government, as long as we con- the lungs and makes them 11011I111.i Last fall I was taken with a very
> trot fuba. It was to talk to Secre- i Sold by Geo. W. Price, ruZgi'lt. 'severe attack of muscular rheumatism -
GA. 'itiry Rout about that consent that j
t SAVANNAH Sir William I which caused me great pain and
came Washington.. I
C- i, Some dreams arc hard to give ,
---- -::- "j"TO grant that right will cel tainlyhe up. I annoyance. After trying several
-- -- Mr. !
McKinley believes in
K WASHINGTON I an evasion if not a direct violation I prescriptions and rheumatic cures, I'
.- LETTER. Treate-jt nur-ber of believers. !j I of the Foraker amendment. possibility of a white republican part decided to use Chamberlain's Pain

i Lambert of Illinois, I ty in the South in the future.
Judge Tree, tear I
; raeasrregnlarcorrespo: aent, Halm I had seen advertised in
I who prides himself on being an old j IIE KEPT JIB LEG. i
:, eed'; the South
I Jerseyman. After
Washington; April !, 1901. Nearly every person a tonic
> fashioned democrat,is visiting Washington : Twelve years ago J.V.. Sullivan, applications of this
'Sr.HcKinlej, having talked the medicine at this time of year to remedy I was
where, by the way, he was I of Hartford, Conn scratched his leg
;:rntterorer.fully with General Wood, I ; brace up and invigorate the nervous better, and after usingone bottle -
born. Asked about political condl iwall:I a lusty wire. Inflammation and : was completely cured.-SALUE
recde th: committee from the system, to cleanse the bowels, liver
::c.bu' lions in. Illinois, Judge Tree said: i i blood oisoning set in. For two : HARRIS, Salem, N. .J. For sale by
Constitutional and
Convention | kidneys. Herbine is the best G.V.. Price, Druggist.
__-It will be in cutI I 'I do not see that there are anv ;i years lie suffered intensely. Ther : and safest remedy to do this. as it .
striking developments in the democratic 1! tIC: best doctors urged amputation, ; will cure constipation, regulate the -
It-short-this-is-a17 manner which will show I, of Illinois. Thii a I "but," he writes, "I used one bottle liver and enrich the blood. Price, Men of decency will not condemnthe
it one? that he U more intent politics > of Electric Hitters and 1 1-2 boxes of ;:X)) cents. Ceo. W. Price, Druggist. Louisville mob which publicly
a ,tiP..4ii'eonilu please than I period of evolution;but at Irt'sel IJucklen's Arnica Salve and my lei I
trip whipped for
a man
j epuibearingtheir everything seems to be quiecent.There was .sound and well as ever." For The administration has rebunun1i I: insulting a young
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requests for im.JsiMUtJefc lady. A similar dose shonld '
# Eruptions Eczema Tetter Salt be administered -
;, are many questions to be i ithe pastime of humiliating Gen. Nelson ;;
He cannot ,change an I Rheum, Sores and all blood disorders to every hma"her"uilty
;-dCon:res8 and he will bluntly I looked into between now and the Electric Hitters has no rival on f A. Miles, who has the rank and of the same offense.

(he u'aD llOandtbatis about ''next national campaign." Having ( earth. Try them. Geo. W. Price draws the pay of Commander of the I -- -
j !served United States Minister to ." will satisfaction or refund I
as guarantee United
drat! helm tell then, unless hisueEiocs 'I Ii States Army without being "A neighbor ran in with a bottle of
> hiTe been misrepresented i I Russia Judje Tree is naturally much money. Only 50 cents.I -- : allowed to exercise the authority. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
interested in the Russia is playing 'I
IJ. i part
itho right Diarrhoea
ought know them. is King Edward to Remedy when my son was
Perfect digestion is the foun-
I only
; in the Chinese game and has ;
fteahtej .tu> I some decidedly pointed opinions on
*U Dtp*fitment as coming from '! what we want to knew i-,does he have I w e eat makes all the blood we have, i given up as beyond hope by my regular a!
:: v I the subject, but not for publication. I |
; ,! physician, who stands high in his
.' 1"1- Concernin2 the steal- to ring his bell. which in turn feeds
Winter of Alabama who i. every nerve,
: ** ism the : Judge ., profession. After
commissary depart- M I i muscle and tissue in the Her- : administering ,,
; '*'tla Washington on legal business, said ,, Moore's Pilules
Manila, do not with are a guaranteedI three doses of it, my son regained
square i Ion a subject ic which the wholecouni 1 for all forms Malaria | bine quickens the appetite, aids digestion i
cure Ague, consciousness and recovered entirely
"Private advices. gives tone and vigor to all
!' Jta former, there lave i i try is interested: "The people of!II III I Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever, Malarial -ithe I I functions and insures good !iI within twenty-four hours," says Mrs. 1''

.; l 1 keg i fe r I Alabama would bui'd bonfires and 'ever, Bilious Fever, Jaundice i I health. Price, 50 cent Geo. \\'. I Mary Haller, of Mt. Crawford, \'a.
cases of
I Uk petty lar- : celebrate if the next Congress should :I: Biliousness, fetid breath and a I| PricetDruggist. I j This remedy is for sale by l:. W.
1 + .the}latter agree In Snsistto {I l I : Price, Druggist.
s tired, listless feeling. They cure ; ?
a bill for the construction of an I '
t beie h been a wholesale |I pass Rheumatism and the lassitude fol- Whether that reverend gentleman, --*--

3Pnteof_ Iootin:,' and hint that i Isthmian canal We have been disI 'i+ lowing blood poison produced from S. McConnell, D. D., D. C. L.., who There are republican editors u ho
!$tt!U couraged by the developments of the'I malarial poisoning. No Quinine. do not seem to know the
-JJ being made to I has written a book denying the existence difference
; I I last few months, and sometimes i I No Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not between
than to enterprising after
uncover the steal ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely the human soul and the an
, ; : Z1bl 1 feel that it w ill be before I
pIlDih! many years advertisement for their
the doctrine of towns and
thieves, although tasteless. Pricec per box. Dr. immortality, is looking
f.t s e arrt8ta have been'made. Of i the work on the canal is begun. I C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main ,; for trouble or not he will be cocksure admirers of the McKinley adminis

i f-'lI IA oeean to prophesy if a canal is ever completeda I Street, St. Louis, MoGeo.. W. I I of finding it. tration.
say a
': ft\lckiari ht'Ot decade will suffice to make Alabama Price, druggist [mar-'Ol-lyr] --

t ;;.:.the crllera} ninel nearest that right those, but a greater state. than Penn.ylvania !I Recent experiments show that all THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIED i Y
Ex-Consul Adelbert S.
ItU AWnteretted the are more apt now is." Hay, ; classes of foods may be completely The blood is constantly being purified -

; t truth the press and pre- It is a little early to begin the has had an excellent opportunity to I i digested by a preparation called Ko- by the lungs, liver and kidneys.

3 E :.: cgram3- naturally find the I work of making the nest republican know, says the Boers are not antiAmerican !I dol Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely Keep these organs in a healthy con-

'a- ,2A"': --- I candidate for president, but notice -in-sentiment.-- -- digests what you eat. As it U the dition and the bowels regular ami '

' laMedldae for Coughs and has already been publicly served upon show increaseddeath ,' only combination of the natural you will have no need of a blood pu i
Reports a greatly
' : ry";C W lm Children. the anti-IIanna republicans that digestants ever devisedl the demand rifier. For this purpose there is
from throat and
rate lung
' 4 ) "fl I the votes of the South in the next for it has become enormous. It has nothing equal to Chamberlain's
the slightest trouble, due to the prevalence of
hesitancy : I Stomach and Liver Tablets
republican national convention wouldbe never failed to cure the worst cases one dose
' .;:!II JQ ommendi n: Chamberlain's I given to the candidate favored by croup, pneumonia and grippe. We i of indigestion and it always gives instant of them will do you more good thana
: ay to all who are suffer advise the use of One Minute Cough relief. A. R. Wise. dollar bottle of the best blood puri .
teas l Mr. McKinley. The notice was I fier. Price, 25 cents. free :
,thighs colds Cure.in all of these difficulties. It is '- Samples u
f.;. ., -1"i or well say Chas; served by Judge J. W. Dimmick, a the only harmless remedy that gives I' Carrie Nation can still be arrestefi, at G. \\":Price's drug store.

-.,.of Cel i bo known watch federal office-holder and nationalfrom immediate results. Children like it. j but not so frequently as a few weeks '

' -a tRQYears, Ce'lon.hit has committeman Alabama, who is A. R. \S ire. ago. Poor thing! the time is rapidly South Africa comes high. England i

since the City I I' now in Washington approach when no one will take is preparing to negotiate a new
attention Kansas grain growers are organizing loan of f:; OOOOOO
k'ra.nableCalled my recently I although the
t lOne sentence of Aguinaldo's any notice of her antics. Then she
s and I have for the of boycotting
purpose of consols is
price below
' L o,Dckla T !edit and it has always I! published manifesto, acknowledging grain dealers combine and doing j will expire from.sheer mortification --- far.
It hu cf the
cured me :1 I American sovereignty
of all chest colds. their own shipping. An ounce of prevention is worth a
It is SICK
es- Philippines and calling upon the : AEAD ACHE
' .t'ecthc for children and pound of cure, and a bottle of ,Bailard's -
p des residence to American is the bane of women. What is
Filipinos to cease: :
more than If troubled with weak
L 'c One bottle to a digestion, IIorehound Syrup used in timeis
of has aroused or wanted is not relief alone, but relief
hoarseness. authority, more ,
I have loss of appetite, or constipation, trya worth a staff of physicians with a
IDtnI to try this valuableare less speculation and curiosity inWashington. and cure. Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspep-
few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach
,bit they all as well It is that in which beI ticide will cure sick headache for all drug store or two included. Price,
If over the results. refers to-the yearnings of the r'i lf- and Liver Tablets. Every box time. It makes the stomach right. 25 and 59( cents. Geo. W. Price

.. .-. j.irtce; Dru:: 1st. "I I I I, pino people "to see their dear ones j warranted. For sale by G. W. Price. Sold by Geo.'W. Price, Druggist. Druggist,
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What ,Makes toe Boat We desire to thank the good peo- ,' MISCELLANEOUS IT MS. .

looks now --Uthe Nicaragua I pie "f the city for their generous as I I ;
Xot the house,however fine it may be; Seventy-five hundred words is the iq
, must bs a the illness of our little 1 tr T1red t1s
canal if constructed i.tanccluring
not its furniture pictures and appoint- neu-I) : average number uttered by public
ments. The wife and mother makes the ,:' tral canal. Our government son, Roger, and the lnanifesta- 1 speakers in an hour. eagone.8't

,t home, and to speak of going home I'I been for some weeks negotiating I tions of their kindly sympathy. The tree bears fruit more I and
= back into the shelter of the guava
i mother's means to go love and care. i iI ,I another treaty with Great T.ritain in I He was our hone, our pride anal joy, months in the year than any other Yale ids In.?ts

I And when womanly ills sap the rc!>pect to it, and it is understood I II unutterable semitropical fruit.

; mother's strength, the home-life suffers. ;I that it will contain the principle ofj i Deaths of children under five 'ear'- -

The food is not cooked as she cooks it. I neutrality. : our lives, from our bt'Jrts't' thank of age in Boston last year were 3 S.I1i ,x Phai i

.!+ 1 Everywhere lack of wifelysupervision the ''I The reason the Secretary of State ',the kind friends who offered their >i i I per cent. of the total muriaL:ty. -

! and expect' the Senate will accept it, i Four to ten pounds of the bar I LlYERAND BL oo '

motherly thoughtfulness I the HayPauncefote from which quinine is extracted i-
0. I after having rejected J today It tones,builds H aad
i is apparent. I treaty because it contained j: ment. the average crop of the cinchona entire f>stem in a BtaltijtuM*
I ;IMI *
What a change, { and ma ti ollstroulal1dralasl' ''
then, when this that principle, is unknown, j AND )[ns. B. DI \tiLt' :\1(1iDIh.Notice. !i tree. i Your
ilrviZW't buDr.TfettfeiStk.and
Z of the of the
The time
I thinks the -- ----- passage Blood hjnip.tat tarSS
wife and mother | but it may be that he +
Suez canal 02 miles long has fallen: Liver lied tine'Dpiw b.eq
comes back to take I wording of the treaty will be ho dif-1 them. If faft we..t,oeo4 1111__
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her old in the from 48 hours in 1SSJ to about :2: for a iw-ba* or iism sego lsratgy
place Thousands !j ferent that the objection will not be'I! There will be a meeting of the pa- > TIT \.u araafi. e...
family. j present.
i j It be also that he i I of the Lake city sub-school } I i Write our Consultation Dtny
M1 raised Irons
: :. of women who, be- again. may I I The daily circulation of newspapers -I explaining your e-mptomsaad.
: :. f. cause of womanly believes that the objecting senators district on Monday, 4 o'clock p. in the United Kingdom rOof i J free confidential advice. >

.1' ..:..:.:'"::;""<.:,... ills out, had of home been shut life j, have come to the conclusion that April 29th, at court house, for m"j', from GOXX copies in 1SC1 to ,+onOU j! IBACSES MDIOiE coma,ChKan+Li

, .';:: '.:'-. and home happi- i their stand in favor of a canal under purpose of nominating three men to i. in 1S30, and now reaches 6,330,011: I

I = -' ness, have been the control of the United States- be voted for on the 3rd day of May j, In Verdi \...ill o.-cur:, this CIrlotli I II

enabled to once {! that U, the United Stites having thei for trustees of said sub-school district : ,I j I clause: "In the l.niag-room of m= Ii I Iilla

t more take their i right to close it whenever they to serve for the two enduing I II i \ St. Agttaill be found tw I
ii place in the family after being curd by I 1 I large wooden boxes of great nntifjni-{!i for this lamp is ribbed and loch
it be
Ii Dr. Pierce'9 Favorite Prescription. It think their interests require' to years. most black
I desire that neither shall lie : the lamp g
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establishes regularity dries weakeningdrains closed-is not as popular a* they J. E. YOUNG, when it sheds
'j heals inflammation and ulcera- K. S. FCTCH. l I opened, but that both be Lv.rnt ira- | a deep soft ,
thought it would be. J JI 1 j, glow of light.Another .
:tt tioa and cures female weakness. It I A. B. DROWN.I mediately after my obsequies
If makes weak women strong, sick women I But whatever his reason is, thereis Trustees. I Hereafter the Kaltimore & Ohu I beautiful lamp fa 11 f..l
' well. I no doubt, if the Washington dispatches -. I'' railroad will not engage engineer I I' ffrent material-a heavyHuA l
i I commenced taking your'Favorite Prescrip the facts I 'I' glass in the style-kaowi I
; state
tion1 and 'Golden Medical Discovery' about correctly, Prominent capitalists who have !Ij weighing 200 pounds or over alI j This has M "
! the loth of last December one year ago,"write 1: that the new treaty is about negotiated j approved themselves the munificent I,! though those now in the employ 011 i the color of t/ie ire
Eliza of Mouot lDview. Howell I of the in
Mrs Wright j; raspberry its soft
and that it contains the will be dismissed ftnisa
prin- the not
: Co.. Missouri. "I have been very alow about i friends of popular education are in company is also banded
4 writing to you although 1 am thankful 1 am ,""cipleof neutrality. It seems to bej i 'I for this cause. The reason for tin 1 with wrought frya
I here to-l1ayaDd have the privilege of saying I ,! the South to judge for themselves of j framed the same metal ,
.hank you a thousand times for your kind ad- <' admitted that Great Britain will not of and schools. rule is said to be the narrowing of of this ne
the colleges lamp
our matches
.-ice. I can truthfully say that it was through i the for the engineer caused the bodt.i
! your kind adcnd your medicine and the i i consent to any other kind of a canal We open wide the doors and hope space also of cameo glass. -
will of the Lord that lam living to-day; I am I ', by the extension of llu boilerthrough
is understood .\
" and it that Nicaragua
for three will feel obliged to see us- lovely lamp in apple-gretu
in better health than I have been i they not the cab of the newer tjpe' ;;
I have taken one-half dozen bottles of 1 and Costa Rica glass is set in
years. are averse tu granting If schools a frame and dem&lwith
I sach medicine. 1 am able to do my washing in only one aspect. our of engine, and large engineers niigh j
for four in family,and all my housework,cook territory for the canal unless it I are needy it is also'true that South- not be able to move rapidly enough | bands of a dead-finis Jpousse

ing woman.and*,milking. Ic tact. I feel like a new i I is to be neutral. It is well known of ern industrial development creeps- in emergencies. J iI silver. Another appJMn
ii is
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation J course that the ''lavtol1- uh\'er trea-I for want of capital where it ihoulc i lamp finished by bait
I II (I !| frame of relief work in fcjj
and its almost countless conse- I contains a provision that DECORATION NOTES. | foi
quences. They do not react on the qty any I run swiftly to the goal-we invite :1 __ i j iron. loth lamps have globs qa
isthmian canal must be neutral.
system nor beget the pill habit. i |i them to Florida that they may sc: ,, Pretty oieltles That Are la Favor ple-gret-n caneo glass. '

-i -mi -BM B B B Bi HMt i!Therefore, if we were to nndertake ]i what judicious investments can toj : la Home Oroamen .: Exe.-edi"ir!> beautiful is fit fcj,
1 to construct a canal without first ratite Austrian
concerned Those I : glass of this
for all
Council Proceedings. I j parties :j ji _. tattoo !
l I :: Tall
i coming to an understanding with flagons of clearest
i who help us in our time of need will grm I'a
Council Chamber, Lake City Fla., i I deeply out at the loop

Great Britain and the two Central be forgotten.Times1'uionand i Never in any previous season bate eoram!!

April 1:", 1901. 1, American states that are interested, I never Citizen. I there lieeu shown handsomer lamps to a g/aceftl top and late &i

Council met. President 1'arkcrpresiding. we should have to take the territory ,j and shades or globes than during this '; bases finished to represent teal

Present: Aid. Ilinson. i: required fur the canal by force and There is always danger in using i first winter of the new century and I II gold. These flagons come afej

1'lympton and Watts. 1 also i ne\er were such lamps sold at such I Ii sizth, the largest being fully]91errhish. ;
the risk of
run trouble with !! counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Ha- 1 '
I The minutes of last meeting were i j i moderate prices as now, says the La-1 i
Great Britain.
j I zel Salve. The original is a safe'I ''j dies World Xw York. \ ----
! read and approved. It. is known of that and for It is i.
not certain
course any i cure j A beautiful 1
I I I lamp in royal i Running ulcers boils
copperfinish jE.
t The president appointed the following !'of the senators who to th i soothing and healing cure for soree ,I
objected set in a frame of vrou!>bt iron '| pies, etc., quickly cured by Baa!
R. Wise.
standing committees: : and all skin diseases. A. ,
H j Hay-PauncefoteJ treaty so strongly I and banded with this refined metal. 1 1I Salve:: the most healing salve u t ij :

Cemetery-W. F. Watts, II J. | have changed their opinions and are President Ingalls, of the Big Four I has the -ball!' of a classic urn with j ji world. A sure cure for piles. &.

i Ilin.ion and J. E. Inman. | now ready to ratify a treaty that ;, Railroad, will get himself blacklisted two handles! r.onheads: wih rings !j by Geo. \\ PriceDruga

Finance M. L Ply mpton, Guy j provides for neutral canal. Indeed I! held in their open ill,,.;. The shade |
by the trust magnates if he isn't care I tit least the :-itLhill ton
; fiillen and II. F. I:oger;;. i I -- j
J. i there are some reasons for thinking 1 ful. He favors a franchise tax, | capture Gen. De Wet before frli
Ordinances-Guy Gillen, 1In nESTYAY TO THE HACK ACHE
i I that they are just as determined that which he declares to be "one of the : j i can commit him to an insaneisjkj -
man and M. L. Plympton. i i Back aches are caused by disorder :,
i the United States shall have the j
Sanitary-R. J. Ilinson, M. L. I j fairest ways of raising revenues, i in the kidneys. Foloy's Kidney Cure
; o' right to close the canal then they : and an income tax, and has had th t. |; will make the kidneys right. Take r'O'Whom it matonrern:
Plympton and W. } Watts. :
I want to as they were when they t sub-titute. Sold : i Notice i> hereby raven, ttatttrl
Strt ets-n. P. Rogers, Gu"Cillenand i nerve to say that the decision of the }jno by Jeo. W. day-> after date hereof L the n&natf
'I j voted against the ratification of that ; United States Supreme Court against ; Price, Druggit.i will a}>!.ly tu the JaUteot thud Jifct
f. M. L.: Plympton. ; _. _. Circuit court of Florida parsnact 01
:I treaty. A few of them were inter- i the latter was "one of the most unfortunate 1 fur mv lett"lut iocbare a..Uiplhmln
Water and Pw F. I i Japan is civilized
Lights- Rogers, becoming
very .
viewed \ >se 11. Hart. S. B. Taotstot
Guy Gillen and J. E. Inman. j a day er two ago, ind they occurrences of the age. i iI i rapidly. She is now on the eve of a Lake! Citv. Fla. Apr- sth tooL fsa
! I' j spoke as firmly against a neutral ca- f : financial crisis. -
The petition of T. C. Cain and
, I nal as they did when the matter was I Neuralgia, pains, rheumatism, ; ,

Hood, Foulrod & Co. as to taxes referred up in the Senate last winter. '''I'j lumbago and sciactic pains?, yield tr l j V. B. Conklin, Bowersville, O., i ij ruith
LOVERS OF f f R(Swill
to special committee Watt i ii
i In view of the fact that there seem the penetrating influence of Bali j says: "I received more benefit fromFoley's
f,f! Ilinson and Plympton, to report. I i to be almost insurmountable difficulties I i lards Snow Liniment. Price, 25 ant: i; Kidney Cure than from i ij :
The matter of obstructing months of find all they require
Orange treatment by physicians.
in the way of a canal such as ; JO cents. Geo.1 Price, Druggist j j j at the Shop of
" street by fence on Lot 1 was referred!I they want there is ground for charging sold by Geo. W. Prior, Dru jrglat. !

to-special committee, Ply mpton, i them with aiding the trans-con- --- i iHogg ',!''Colson & Rivers;
tinental To anxious inquirers: Xo, theIUDureb" i It is said that ex-Governor ii m
j in
railways preventing the
\ Watts and Flinsoti, for immediate erstwhile
hunter has
building of any canal. Of course none o I advertised as a new book octopus ,
action. I not only purchased ? 2O,6({) of oil Market corner Marion
I supposes that they are purposely not relate to the Poito Ricans. I Hamilton streets.ejipoKte
The clerk reported that $;)().OO had i [ aiding the railways, but their refusal t stock but has actually become the I J_ J.:. Youn.j"-store.
t I been placed in hand of A. J. Henry i to consent to a neutral canal is ha v- I attorney in Texas of the Standard
I ing the effect of 'TIS EASY TO FEEL GOOD. Oil Com pan)'. And yet some people! BEEF MUTTON KID MID f'OFJ
U Esq., to pay entry of NW i ofSW j preventing the canal I' ,
.for. continue ,
I t! from being built. After all i i Countless thousands have found a to ask what's in a name.
i of section 29, Tp. 3, S of R17 C, will h.: fuunel here Heats
not there be forces at work that willI ; blessing to the in Dr. i
t from United States. ,, : body King's CA'-STO"nXA. delivered in any pan at
I result finally in the of the
completion the We deliver Ue
.I A. J. Henry, Esq., reported the dismissal Panama::; canal? New Life Pills which positively !] Bean tieSignature The Kind 1'ao Nate ".BIIir.II: t !I in toe city.evening for text

cure 'onstipation, Sick Headache, mornings
I in circuit court of the case of ; -- 4-.1-- I 1
| GIVEN UP TO DIE WITH i Dizziness, Jaundice, Malaria, Fever'j of LET US FILL YOU3 ORDEr]
l W. D. Wesson vs. Lake City t CROUP. j and Ague and all Liver and Stomach ,

f The following accounts;; were approved '' Mrs. P. L. ('ordier of Mannington, :i troubles. Purelyegetable; never -

t.! and ordered paid: R. Jordan Ky., writes: "\ly three year old | ripe or weaken. Only 2ic at Geo. -
f1 ] :I \\'. Price's store.
*'l, removing tree; W. II. Kempton i; girl had a severe case of croup the
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&J (12.10 feed of prisoners; M.l.. Scarborough 'doctor said she could not live ando I'
About 4iK) publishers have Lee
!.J! $:!.25, recording tax sale { gave her up to die. I went to the
j asked to say whether a rule of tht
store and
1901; Geo. Kirby,$,;.:;0, work on street. got a bottle of Foley's SuperioritY11Is
Honey and Tar the first dose gave 'Post Ofike Department depriving

Marshal A. F. Futch presented his quick relief and saved her life." : publications that give premiums for

bo id in the sum of 81000.00, with T. i Geo. '.\'. Price Drugsrist.
i subscribers of second-class mail privileges -
G. Henderson, G. W. Price and E. S. --
Even in would be injurious to le itiI the distinctive characteristic of our !
Futch as bondsmen, which oh motion Pennsylvania the intelligent -

of Aid. Plympton, was approvedby I Dublic ii clamoring for reformi I' mate newspapers and periodicals. Men's, Women's, Boys' and Childrerfa

I council. i in ballot,laws and boss Quay has'1leenI It is a difficult question to answer by

!Ii '" On motion 1.00 was paid Dr. W. quoted as in favor of some sort of reI '1 a single word. The country is full of'': I j SPRING and SUMMER
fake that .
publications depend solely!
:i p R. Hamilton for curing mule and I i form, but in doubt as to the sort camS-w __ _

l I' ; $!.r.o cents to G. W. Price for med; i We fear that Mr. Quay's idea of re- : upon offering premiums to get S'lb-I, t*
] scriber They ought to be deprived !
; : cine. I i form will he something that will in-

1't .;i' Mr. R. T. Boozer called attentionto i I crease the strength of his cinch in I;of the second-class privilege; but ; : CLOTHINGI I
j how about the publications of the
I f walk on DeSoto street and Moses' | state. But we only J'td're by his
highest standing, of which there
t are
I Yarn to walk on Washington street.Referred record It is never too late to re-
(, r to street committee. i pent. 'a, number that. give premiums. ? I NO STOCK in the SOUTH I jl
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r.I. On motion of Aid. Plympton, the -- 1 equals ours in QUANTITY QUALITY, VAR1EH *

president appointed Aid. RogerHinson i JOB COULDN'T HAVE STOOD IT I White's Cream Vermifuge not: or general excellence of STYLE and FINISH III? |

if he'd had Piles. : only effectually destroys worms, it'I'
tt and Watts a committee to Itching They're I ( on EQUAL QUALITY
i! terribly annoying but Bucklen's J also increases the appetite aids a -j ji
; Arj -
consider the removal of hyacinths 'I .
rf r and to report at next meeting as to j nica Salve will cure the worst case tiinilation and transforms a, frail inj 'i ) Our Prices Always Lead.

; plan and probable cost. of piles on earth. It has cured j I font into one of robust health. Price, j "l lA -4.-

I thousands. ((25 cents. Geo. W. Price I i Ladies'
On motion council adjourned. For Injuries, Pains or Druggist. Tallor.nade Suits, i
i Bodily Eruptions it's the best salve "--- i Waists, Skirts Underskirts

Attest: W. M. IVES. :I in the world. Price 25c a box. Cure The determination of the postof-1 Corsets, Neckwear

---- i i guaranteed. Sold by Geo. W. Price. fice department not to establish i i Under. }
"STICK TO IT." ru1 wear in especially exclusive

t Geo. L. Heard of High Tower, C I The United Irish League is a new :1 ral free delivery where the roads are i iI i iI selections . _

writes: "Eczema: broke out-on nip organization that is to be pushed i. I I bad will deprive many farming communities -4.- "

this | of the benefits of the svs- MAIL 1
country. It admits ORDERS
baby covering his entire body. Under women as'
; tern. Here is another for !
well as men to argument 6 i
treatment- our membership and its
family ,
physician 1 .
: good roads. attention, and shipments t :
he got. worse as he could not sole object is furtherance of the \iI with s-ssrs examining before paying. -DI .

bleep for the burning and itching.We ; Irish cause in Great Britain. I I Correspondence invited. ---'
: __ ____
used a box of "Banner Salve"him on 1 : n I LOOK! A STITCH IN TIME

and the time It Most women with female weakness ;j Saves nine. Hughes' Tonic (table :
by was he I
f gone suffer dreadfully from piles in addition J pleasant), taken in early Spring and
was well. The Doctor
seeing it was < to their Fall prevents chilk B.H.Levy&Bro
,1 other pains. They dengue and ma-
curing him said, "Stick to it for It ; be cured by using Tabler's Buckeye may ; lariat fevers. Acts on the liver tones' ,

is doing him more good than any ; Pile Ointment. up the system. Better than calamel
Price, M "in
cents i
thing I have done for him." Sold by bottles, tubes .5 quinine. Contains no arsenic. t
t s (:(0. W, Price, DrulIstrr Druggist. ,, ( Geo. W. price, I 5rtc Guaranteed, try it. .\t drugi..t;;. I SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
I | and fl bottles. aj'rlrOI'

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Established 1874. 1 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER. 3

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I I The new plan in almost i'ntil'alit- ,t TI : I r ..... ...

that of I.ngland, anrt those cl.itflv af MUSIC IN CHURChILS.Dr. !-I
fected by it .,,'e natives cf .
Germany, Does the 'l i
Sy I, Russia, Frame, Austria ant Turkey I :
although all foreign-born
I I citizens are more (-r less intcresteaexcept Damrosch Condemns Operatic
Ever have them?

Then we can't of former UritMi subj<' ,hUt.file Airs and Quartette Choirs. I j i: Baby Thrive :

Y" native Indians, Chinese ant Jafsss- I i I It

tell you anything ese, to whom passports cannot be ,, 1
about sued. As indicating the of the i Declare That, to HIi Vlad, Choral If not, something must be

y them. You I I policy, the following extracts scope art'made llatU.Church I. the-Omlf Three Ho Main> Fit t.*(.orthe ; wrong with its food. If the +

know how dark from the "notice American mother's milk doesn't
I citizens of Music la Church if nourish -
formerly t
subjotts of
Cenna.uwho f
everything looks 1 it she needs SCOTT'S
contemplate returning to tha't I t
how are about I Church music was discussed and illustrated '
you country. i EMULSION. It supplies the i
and Dr. Frank Damroschcondemned
ready to give up. Somehow i **.\ Gt'rmanho emigrates before Women are LikeHealthyandstrong operatic music in church t\ elements of fat required for

you can't throw off I he is 17 years old, or before he has i and the of ,
I been employment quartettechoirs the baby. If baby is 'not !
actually called t
upon ,to appeal- FIatau r I
I the terrible depression. at the annual dinner of the
before the they blossom nourished its artificial
military authorities may Methodist Social union, of New York. ; ; by
i t
Are things really so. after a residence in the United and bloom. Sickly, they Wither and i
Dr. Damrosch aid he hoped he would < food then it requires
blue? Isn't it your nerves, five year and after due naturalization de. E-:ery woman ought to Took well | tj
and feel well It's her right a.id duty, not tread on -any Methodist or other
after all? That's. where return to Germany on a visit i but she might as well try to put out a 1 toes, in treating broadly! on "music in I

the trouble is. Your but his right to remain in his for- f.re with oil as to be healthy and attractive I the church and not music in the Methodist 1 Scott's Emulsion
mer home is denied bj Germany, and with disease the t "
corroding :
nerves are being poisoned church. lie saw three main uses I
in he may be expelled after a brief sojourn organsthatmakeherawoman. Upon : of music in the church, as a preparation t Half a teaspoonful three +
from ,the impurities on the ground that he left the,r health depends her health. If
I I for spiritual thought, as a means \ \ four times in its
there inflammation! or a day +
+ your blood. Germany merely to evade military ; is or ueikeaing I of expression for the deeper emotions t
service. It is not safe for a person drans: or suffering at the monthly : and for bottle will have the desired t
as an eletatingsource bringingthe
period, attend to it at Don'tdelay
( turn who has once been expelled to re- You're one step nearer the soul nearer to the Divine power. ;t effect. It seems to have a t
-Ayers Germany without obtaining grave every day you put it off. I .He described how, bj the proper u-e of !magical effect babies +
permission I iperson upon
to do
so in advance. .\
Women can stand a great deal, but music, the soul was attuned to Divine
who has completed his mili- they cannot live forever with disease things at the beginning of the service, + and children. A fifty-cent t

tary service and Las rt'u'helll.is thir- dragging: at the most delicate and I and be deprecated the misuse of that bottle will the truth
ty-first andV-eome vital in their You : ; ; prove +
year Ainer.in organs body. may
1 opportunity by organists placing t
WOTiiia citizen nay safely return to dermanv. have been deceived in so-called cures I j fantasies. i \ \ of our statements. tt '
XV e don't see bow yon could help it- I
I tfiere ts so much wortblias stuff on "1 do not want an Italian operatic j, Should be taken la summer as
"The treaties between the United the market. Hut you won't be disappointed melody," said Dr. Damrosch, -when I I well as winter.
purifies the blood and in Hradl eld's Female Reg: I
C I States and the German states pro- .' ulator.Ve believe it la the one medicine enter a church, and, moreover, the or-I ;oc. and$i oo,all druggists.
gives power and stability vide that German subjects who luvo on earth for womanly ills. Thereis gan should never imitate an orchestra.It I t SCOTT& ROW <.E. Chemists,New York.

1 to'the nerves. It makes become citizens of the United States I other as much so-called difference remedies between as there it and is :, is fine enough' and grand enough to I ........,.,.........." '"

shall be recognized such between right and wron?. Bradtield' I "
as their
health end strength,activ- upon f stand on its ov\n basN.
emulo Keniilator soothes the pain, I
and cheerfulness. I return to Germany if they resided in I stops the drains,promotes regularity, I' Dr. Damrosth regretted that a lack
ity the United States five years lint a 1 strengthens,purifies aud cleanses It of appreciation for the masterof These days when one sees a publicman
i This is what "Ayer's"will I dues all tbis quickly and easily and great straining at knot
naturalized\merican a a gnat one
of German birthis :
music shown in
naturally. It 13 for women alone to decide was sadly theccnipilaticn -
do for you. It's the I liable to trial and punishment upon vvhetLer they will be healthy or I of tie more pretentious that be is about to swallow a came!.
sick. iiradhcld's Regulator liei at J
g, oldest Sarsaparilla in the I return to Germany for an offense t baud tl p.r bottle at drug store. i hymnals, and he condemned the mu- The editor of the FordUlle, Ky.,
\. against German law committed befrre Seni for oar frt booklet.Ittt i: tilation of the Jnatorks of
land the kind that was coinpos- Miscellaneous, writes as postscriptto
I RIGULUOS! Co.,Atlanta c:..
emigration saving always: the limitations BXAOniO
furnish for
f old before other Sarsa- I| ers to tunes by mns. I a business letter: "I was curd of
; of the laws of "
Germany.If t i "That \amiali-m, be
parillas were known. K he emigrated while in service or i .. i "and should not be l'X'laiml'd'l kidney trouble" by taking I'olej'-.
', --- ------ --- Kidney fure. lake nothing els.'.
This also accounts forthe while on.l"aof absence for a limited i i should have a con'mittee of appointed
VERDI'S I Sold by (Jeo.V.. I'ri e, Iruggist.
saying, "One bottle time; if, having au unlimliul REMAINS EXHUMED. j]: to prevent it." I -- -- --

of Ayer's is 'worth three I leave or being in the reserve he Ar. |j I "The quartette choir." he said, "is an March evidently failed to close tl e
They s.a.t.ned with
Military !
emigrated after receiving a call intoservice j American institution and it is perhaps door behind her.
bottles of the ordinarylindIt ; or after a public proclamation Hooori In a Crypt at Ult I i the cause of more trouble in the church
i i' Old Horn,
] requiring appearance or after < than any' other thing. would not advise I SUCCESS-WORTH K\OWIfvG..

I .SUIlMfe., All dr.zzWLi M wag broke out, he is liable to punishment I!;' It is now/' a month- since Guiseppei j Americans to be proud of it. Net 40-j ear& success in the South prt vt s

MTafteOoefa*. 4 on return."AlsaceLorraine. | that we do not havs excellent quar- I IIut es' Tonic a Treat remedy for
\ Italy's most famous musical
..H TO*ban tar complalnt whatever having become apart I!i I tettes, but the more excellent! they areI chi'ls and all' malarial fevers. Better -
Ml tab UM beat nudicil adriee tot I. died. According to his
i compos own
e.i MdlblT MMlre..write the docurtre.hr of Germany; since our natural- I they Ie's lit they are tobe in the church. than calomel and quinine din-
TM wiU rree Addreit.fKOTPASSPOKT+.e a.prompt reNy.wkboaieoat s ization treaties with the other (.er- request, his body, bj permission of the The solution of the quartette difficulty tains no arsenic. Guaranteed, try it.
{ eminent, was exhumed, along with At druggists. ;oOc *1 bottles. aprj3'(1:
1IA..J.CUtli.LowelJ.w. j man states were nt'gotiatt'd.l11l'r- | i is the choru Choral mu--ie, to my
: that of his wife, and reinterred in thecrypt ,
i ican citizens natives of that prov- | mind is the only music that is fit for I II I'" -- -
: of the musician' home in Milan,
I ince, under existing cireaniitarce-. I I the church in that it sinks the inditiduality i- --THE-
which was founded by the "maestro"himself.
be subjected to iiico vi nier.ce of the performer in the mass.J

:i.r- ---- ,, may and possible detention bj th'- (''t r- :i The occasion. was made one cf nat .- |' I would not, however, exc'ude I LOe1Zuilie i i N Nuhuil1e R. R.i R.

RULES nan author'ties if tht.re. urn \\ tl:- t! tiondl importance. The count of Turin {'iMntallolo from its proper place in a

'... o-it ha'ing'ou and ol-t, rued! p.,1'- represented Kiiijf Victor Emmanuel. | composition." :i I Hunt through cars to Pensatola!

: ': mission to tlo so from t'.e imperil. : A choir of Cs>voices sung Verdi'oown SELLS HIS BOOK. | Mobile and !\ew Orleans, to Parj -
at i Nashv ilie and St. Louis
government Strasburg."A j mingham, to
hYanJa&IIa1d; : eonipositions. Many musical t>peieties -
by Depart- Louisville Cincinnati <
and [;
- Frenchman naturalized abrfail : \"an.>-
| sent representatives to honor j WchaUr Davli Receive the Huge I

'r*,V .-, .-meat- to Holders. without the consent of hit go\t 1'11- '';, the itirmorj of the artist. I Price off 180.UOO for 01... I I I train.ulle anl For to 'hicago rates, without schedules leaving anal
'Y' went, and who at the time of his nat- The bud ..
\\ascoine\cdtotheerjpt Boer War. s>ping-car reservations write to or
: uralization was still subject to mili- in .1 hearse draw> six horses. The call on

L(-feu'at'PrevcttlBC ForelfB-Bora : tary service in the active army or in f'nt'rlllas ('olllh1cdHIt military J The amanuensis of Webster Davisi i B. H. HOPKINS, Fla. l'as. Ast.

-.: t wkaa Cltlicaa from Ra.l .- the reserve of the active army, i is honors. Many rich wreaths were sent at Kansas i City, Mo., is authority fori ', JtKj \\'est Kay Street,

\-l 4iIsg lab Danger While t UIliac held to be amenable to the Frerch from Gt'rBlan'ranl.t- and Austria. the statement that Mr. Davis has just [ Jacksonville, I'la.

: > Their Native Laa... :1 Military laws. Not having responJed i I Stops the Cough and \\ Ot ks off the closed the sale of a. bock on his trip 1.. STOXF, (!. 1'. A.,
It I- : to the notice calling him to accomplish ; to South Africa for $180,000 to a ;New Ie. Louisville, Ky.

The hate department has 1 his military service, lie is I Cold. i I York syndicate represented' by Franklin I II
just I __ .. __ __ __ ,
the list of those charged 1 Laxative Tablets :
s:,adopted a new policy in issuing passPort placed on Bromo-Quinine Quinby. The book is to be translated I

5' +'to'American citizens of foreign with non-compliance with the mili- cure a cold in one day No cure ,no ,, into the French,German. Russian

birth which u designed to prevent t, tary law, and if he returns to Trance pay. Price i3: : cenfe.J and Dutch languages and published :! G60. S. HacKer & Son

,:.3. some of the arrests of those who here- he is liable to arrest trial, and upor in foreign lands and America.. Mr.
her conviction is turned over to the -- ---- ------ Davis went to New York city two
'f' .return to the country of theiri | :
i engis.report the Washington Star.'Heretofore army active reserve, or terriloria.:. J The administration is rapidly mak- weeks ago to clone the sale with an

; it has been the practice :according to his age. Lobe absence ia, the St. Louis World's Fair a offer of $100,000 for the book in hisi

,"grUt'passports to all Americansi i i from France and old age do not preivent reruge fur i.1dig'nt .tatt''ffit'n. i pocket. PT Ir

f their i this action." The book will contain about ';0(11)0I ()
i, proved citizenship and allow j i
;tkm to P>wherever they chose, w ith- i -- A RAGING, ROAP.IN'O FLOOD I words and 80 illustrations. In hs introduction ,

, : sir.i4any- warning as to the risks they j It will hereafter co-t .jO to gamble Mr. HUMS explains that he:
, \Va-he low line
n a
went to South Africa
w : fcfit,run, but. according to the idlest in Arkansas, one-half to go to the informer '
. ] which Chas.t'.EUi- Lichen la.t' he needed sea In the Trans-
; < i'' I : a 'oyuge.
explanation of the innovation it1 and the other half to the public -
bar j 'had to repair. Standing waist:: I vaal he says he beea-ie convinced that
I found
_- ,that many people of j! school funds. j'I
I '' he writes j the Boers were a grieouslurong'd I
t = ip .tfj'Buppog -that the mere deep in icy water. "gave;:
-. !, | people and he determined to help! them,
' _+o9Utotion-'of American citizenship -' me a terrible cold and cough. Igrew t: '
... "I concluded to lay aside a"! po:iticaprospects :
'. \ tile security of an American pass- worked; ily. Finally the best, MASrFACTURER OF'R
.' Old all perc.na' amb:ti u
jat' render them immune from the dot in Oakhnd, Neb.. Sioux City
; :to .5'pentlota of the laws or regulations CASTOR IAFor and Omaua said I had Consumption 1 1 I I|I and tl'at follow newer the jet di'tats had betrayed of a vorseiene'me ant' I R Doors Sash DilfldS Mou1inus

ttheeonntrof'wbichtheywereforI ,
I Then I ,
and coull not live. begaru 1 I tendered uiy resignat'on as a-MStsn .
-x :* ly and Children. -ANDBuilding --'
; subject Infants
> 1L':; or citizens if they re- >iig Ur. King's New Discovery an d 1 I secretary of the iuteripr in order that t

J' "u ttuf the 8BCkt CM;however*. In all is countries very far from The Kind You Have Always Bought was wholly cured by six bottles.'' I might ,say or write what I pleasEd Material. _
a per- : in behalf of the Boers
'. ,- guaranteed for C'ough.;, without rewartof
*a'ho Positively '
secures 1 '
F:oUf naturalization in an- all ThYoat and Lin any kind whatever, even though Iwere :'CHARLESTON, s. c.
U Colds and r
= Country still liable to punish- :=:Ufrkfjidi: : Ceo.V.. Price. Price; the only man in America that ,
l**::1If 08.his return for an offense eom- troubles by LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. ,
dared to do
'" 1tted before his ate and $1.1)0.) so. h __ I marls Send tor Priicx. Iv.-W't 1
emigration, and in .o.U- _. 6
: :10ee countries emigration and nat- :
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.t without, -- -- -- -
permission are "
? : g*.. hres offenses. !

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: department has
taken a
,1IapI.,Waf,of preventingAmericans .

,; ;0-BS.ttingl lj running into danger
ly .
; preparing a series of
notices which
yt 'lends with all passports to ap- 1 JI
:t 'r' feints* of
'I foreign birth.
It is brief, i.
;!teUa him in words 'that
: .
comprehend just what the laws .

I c :'. .,... ? pow
notices relate to the
fj I( ,
." foreign countries, they are not I
i bat lhey are believed to be cor-', >

: 4 have. been compiled in-the
i "- at. after
consultation with

:" ;'It:inisters' abroad.

stag this
;.j '> its practice the department

,_ f*,that no departure is intended SARsAPARIIkL&RrrCTBLOOD

attitude of dissent of this

from the policy of certain

1"5etnments in their treat-
: L
e r r subjects and cit.
, '. i, department has, from I
.r + O t:
-i< caution, so instructed I
( dIp matte agents abroad.
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'V.flI. : 50 !

,; .-, PURIFIER s'

'&M every box of the genuine
Dine Tablets
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Y Ares a ..... 5. day .


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;; 2..I The Citizen.Re Railroad Commission Meets.i,-, I i Heaven Brighter By One Star. I I iiiiiiiii--!-.H.- -..!-.!-%!.! %.T..ti.':-. :!..!--!-11, -

orter. ...
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The State Railroad Commission, I i. Little Roger lived only five a M* -

::1 1 i consisting of Chairman Day, John L. !I I half years on earth, but it was a

: + H. L. DODD, EDITOR A3D PEOPRIET02. Y Morgan< and Milton J. Bryan, met at I I j marvel; how the dear, handsome little Ready For Easter

i'f A H.DODD,Assistant Editor. ; fellow had fixed himself in the affections -
/ :_ _,-_. the court house Wednesday for a fij j ...
nal of the matter of erecting of such a multitude. hearing
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i t Official Newspaper of Columbia County and W1 Your Fasterants fit everv kind! ran J btu ii rr promptlTau
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,-- { toe Town of Lake City Florida. '! union depot in this city. ,,, this, no more touching token or la\ MM aitorilv. The Urj.1-si> end tn.i-'U! .nil Jul 'J"i '" i t =_ :-== __ ,- i have been gircl. MM lIa'r J.reM."no' aw ills : uu iM
l o =r=- o. The mayor and citizens appeared i| ish! exhibition could HH
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\ Vublished Office-South every of Friday Courthouse at Lake hquare.City FU ',ln the interest of the city, and A ttor. :: than in the beautiful: and abundai,: SPRING AND SUMMER HATS

, \ __ ____--__ __, ) ney J. E. Hartridge, for the Plant i: floral gifts that literally filled the 1+4

J t< b Advertising Rates: Famished open Application System, and Wm. Chccklty Shaw. 1.I hearse and coverc-a the grave where 1 11 4 Together with a romp! tr ,',,n*. ut all lunl..d,,' t.. t-cl.... j .
I JJ 'ut- -t vn .r.i. r. .
" aviaits MB' ihasu'i prom.. Kt.._...
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I Vice-President and General Manager ,, rests the precious little body. _
a + r Entered In LaVe City poI>tt'lftke asecotd, ; I 1*<
class mater |:'of the G. S. & F., represented their Only one week before death's call. 'RS. L. T. FUNK.
sr he bright and happy and play
:. =- respective roads. was so ...
. I, {: Subscription $I.()() Per Year. jj I i The commissioners have all exfi F1 1 -

,t S I" I pressed themselves as scoring the.'I Iloger T. Moodie, only child of )(r.'and t HH Y: ; ... ...% ..... ...
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: "1 FRIDAY, APRIL, 1'JOl! claims; of citizens and it is very probable Mrs. B. Manly Moodie and ti X.::....... L... ... ... ;
j 1 ,; ;;i| that they will order the immediate -1'! grand-son of Prof. F.:B. Ioodie and _

r- I! construction of the depot. HI on. I:. F. Rogers, was born Oct.
A bill has passed the House making I ,.
the term of office of tax assessors and I During the session Mr. R. W. '' 21, 1895! and at 3 o'clock, April 21. =' f r-7.?;;?,. 2. ::..2, ;!.t2. .

L collectors four years instead of two. i j Adams was called in and asked if he ; 1'JOl, his ransomed spirit escaped its ,

1 h I would dispose of enough of his proI i| tenement of clay and. a world ot |

i Aquinaldo has issued an address to I I perty on east side of north Marion i! anguish and sin and took its upward \ THE FLIGHT OF TIME iii

i the Filipinos advising peace and the I Ii street, lying between the S. A. L I flight.; I i I IJ \

i i it: acceptance ot American so ereignty.J. \ track and Railroad street, to give the J| Suddenly taken a week before with !

l' S. F. & W. right-of-way to where the i tooth-ache< followed by violent con'vulsions I 'f/iJ Leaves a proC'**i.m of struggling: ha- i
The committee appointed io visit I '
JI I! I Parker House stood, this !site being '![ and fever, his sufferings I manity bchin.l. Gut it doesn't leave
the is foI. iliJ
Agricultural College as -
us behind. We have too much
the only one under consideration for I were intense. So bright and hanGsome at sake i.
I. lows Senator Dimmick and Mr. '
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,1 1: the new depot. Mr. Adams signified so familiar and winsome, so I II tJi to allow that. We're right up with i
Armstrong of Suwanee and Mr. Lee
:1 his", willingness to sell at a reasonablefigure | full of promise and hope! He was I fliJ the times in every respect. That' i
of Hamilton .
the of the
on part
and notified the commissioners the pet of two large families and the why we're pret?i nearly the whole jxhov j
House. I'I'I
that he would confer with them concerning '! idol of parental hearts. And never, I H ,- in our line of business: [
.-. The convict question proves to be I I'i the matter. perhaps, was a child so universally.

: a troublous one for the legislature to I Of the three roads entering the I known and loved. I @ Dry Goods and Clothing. |f

deal with. Attorneys for Messrs. city'the representatives of only one I All was done for him possible to I! '@ !

:. Camp & West, the lessees of state have shown a willingness to enter into I medical skill and loving care; but the i/j} !E

j convicts, who claim to have leases an agreement to construct the det I had come for God to !light up I" l li M. L. &
Plympton Cot
i with the Board of Commissioners of i jot, and they have exhibited this i t anew the constellation: of his celestial ;I $ !

t State Institutions, which board illingness from the very first. The r j glory with another star from the :

p i claims that only tentative contract 1 Ii \ road referred to is the Georgia n i t blood-washed of earth-and little ,1\UI Opposite Court House. F

i exists, have taken the case to the Southern Florida. Mr. Shaw assured I Roger obeyed the summons i iI' 1
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Supreme Court. In their bill of particulars the Commission that his road I What a sweet solace to broken ;, S :: ;p ;p.: ;.:_ ;7!'? 'I- ,&>-t;;) i'

they claim that a valid, hon : wanted the depot constructed but the I' hearts, the deathless memory of the i i _

afide contract exists. and. ask for representatives'; of the other roads kind attentions and loving manites- '

mandamus compelling the board to i : did not and have never committed j tations of such a host of friends and *, 0.1 o os.'o'9d4m<;o.4o....,'frd'''tt '
4 I recognize it as such. :'themselves.: ( neighbors, that will never cease to I

i j i It is very probable that the Com-11 I| inspire gratitude in the hearts of all : ,
i The bill of Senator Frank Adamsprovi ,1 l the bereav'ed. i Ii f "
mission will the MEN ARE
I order depot constructed DOUBTLESS IN A
ling annuities for disabled soldiers I i Lake City has again shown its; f :
;: at the old Parker House j ,
and sailors and wires of decea-r I heart in capacity for fitting and ]
i i j jcd I I'I bite in the near future and that th touching t expresions of love and I II
soldiers and sailors of the stat e : QUANDARY OVER THE WEATHER
railroads will immediately comply I sympathy with the afflicted and be- :
passed the Senate unanimously Wed I f with the order.Reception reaved. And it is meet, for in our I
ne-iday. It was immediately certified i ;I turn we all shall have need of similar 1- ,

} to the House, where it.will probably ''II at Baptist Parsonage- Friday ,, solace. i: .,"' ''' ,.,''' '1 ,, ..,,.,'''''
Precious little art thou ''
be substituted: for the pension'bills Night, 7-9 O'clock. 'l Yes, gone on betore Roger ns. that is gone all: iI j ji i We don't make it: if Wt' did w,. would !rob
In that body. The bill providesfor i i Nor was the way dark and lone P ablyK sorely tempted 10 Five you --natural ,
II To all members of the First Baptist ,, Jo'orJt'su'l attends all who answer his call I ue about seven days in the week tor
i no greater allowances to old soldiers Church, this city, together with ,: How sweet the greetings of God babes quite a spell. While anticipating a cool ,
but removes all obstacles in above. wace.it wont hurt howevertogneyoua
I all Baptists and persons Baptist inclined ;. Who welcomed little Roger to mansion # hand list tor quick reference ,j
making proofs. Xo person owning above. I
in and about Lake City, an It I! And later # I
property to the value of $800 can I! old, Mama and Papa like David of I. ALL IN
all well-wishers of t
our cause includI '- I
draw a pension under the provisions I j With grand-mas and grand-pas will Need of new Shoes, Slippers. or footwear of I
of the bill. I t rig the young people, kids and all|, 1I I I, enter the fold. P any kind and who are nut in
I I along with the husbands and wives, And Oh! Blessed Lord, when shy jewels f I

I We don't know, but it is our humble ', and sweethearts and visitors of the !, Will are any all who in,loved Roger still be victim: I I FAVOR OF P

:' aforesaid, one and all the ot sin. i I Paying high prices, for (roods of inferior I
opinion that the Board of Commissioners new Baptist i, And live all In darkness and die in despair, quality, stile or nt. should get
of State Institutions Pastor extends most cordial and And never gu here Hoger and all tbe.!: I

accepting their report as Gospel I affectionate greetings. And it will' i !oodaM ._ THAT MOTION I

i truth-have dealt wisely with the II rejoice his heart to receive all at the : The Florida State Agricultural coln On theiaelvex which will bring them here;:

n convict question. No opportunitywas Parsonage (the VonCamp House) ] lege deserves of the state very much j for saved.a pnrcha.se Let everybody at our store is alwaj s money P

given those desiring to lease'I his first pastoral reception to-night. more than it has ever received. In I #

convicts to pool and get them for i The freedom of the entire premises: 'I aiding the college, in all legitimate I Ii SAY "AYE" # 1P

nothing, but bids were called for,1'I, allize with electric lights, is yours i i ways, the legislature should show the I When asked to come here as we P

stipulating not less than 1130 per I;, !for the "Standing Committee (no'1Q utmost liberality consistent with the i! I the guarantee market the for best the Shoe least values money on

ann'lm, and sealed bids are now chairs, you see) of the whole." 'public rerenues.St.ugustine' ,

r purporting to be on this bases, which l !I Prof. Waugh and his estimable'! Record r, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, I

!f will yield an annual revenue to the wife, together with brethren Harris, UNDERWEAR, .'. NECKWEAR
H state of approximately 130000. For ]Rogers and Barnett are specially requested I Like bad dollars all counterfeits of i j # ,
;, the past eight years the convicts | to aid the pastor in receiv- .: DeWitt's, Witch Hazel Salve are P SHIRTS, NOTIONS,
worthless. The DRESS GOODS ,
have been let at fill per capita 'logs! original quickly) CAPES

." yielding approximately $21,000. I I. It will be in order to extend greetings t-1 f j[ I i cures eases.piles A. ,R.sores Wise and all skin dis- CLOAKS AND JACKETSVE :
;J. : t
to the Pastor
and as a Thank or _
J The Senate has done its part lo ]Free-will Offering to deposit in the i Don't wait until your property i: i;I Ii i.""' ''' 0'''''''''''''''' ''''''''''''''''.''' I

'b wards furnishing relief to the Supreme \lission; box : burned but
1 on the table in the reception take out fire protection \ CAN SUIT YOU !
Court in the passage Wednesday i room some gift for .fission, ,ii : in advance. 'all on T. R. Hodges, ,

of a special committee bill, authoriiing i- I, ]large or small, sealed in an envelope1 who represents nine of the best com

the Supreme Court Ju=-j|''. and unknown to any one save the donor I!' panics. Office opposite Baptist J. E. INMAN & COMPANY !

i tices to select three able lawyers tt ;': i and the Lord, who still sits, as of :i, church.- 'Pnone :11.i 'I
assist the court in the performanceof old, over the Treasury, and then to'; i['; Millions of people are familiar

Its duties, to serve under the s u : ]linger and enjoy a good, social, ha > i, with DeWitt's Little Early riser. : PHONE XO. 4. NEAR 1)EI'OT.
; pervision of the Justices for a tero- time J
py together-each and all feeling I and those who thenJ
.: use find
,- of four years, or until other relief i? i entirely at home; remaining and I to be famous little liver pills. Ne\ti : .,"' '''''''''''''''''' .... ''''''''' ,...,''.,....

provided by a change of the cons ti i. going at pleasure. [I Gripe. A, It Wise. .' ,

tution. The three commissioner'' The Pastor will feel dreadfully! 1' '

will work under the direction ot the i slighted, if any of the above invite Insurance I represent Companies nine of the bet Fire o bo bOt i0tb0boG( t bo at>th@ t> b@ 'nGi fY t io b 9b9 '
doing business .
court, and their compensation will be ;guests, described in the opening ad-
the same as that received by the in the United States and will take
dress, fail to appear and offer their :i 1
pleasure in Watchmaker
1. Justices. The bill was immediatecertitied y I insuring your property. ,
to the House, in which body kindly greetings. Come, whether I also write accident insurance for ,

it will probably pass within a few you have a mission gift or not-but.: .: The Fidelity and Casualty. T. I;. rrn l Jeweler Graduate Optician-Scientific y*
A days. I ;all give something, that can do ;i; Hodges, office opposite Baptist ':, flttmiot Spectacles., Musical J
1 so,
church. 'Phone 34. : @I 0.1\3. Eiurav'me!! a Specialty a
t As per;.instructions of the Democratic 'and thus praise God for his good ,I I ._. __ and

State Convention, the specialcommittee > grace in bringing us together and I To Cure a Cold in One Daya Optician. 4

appointed have drafted a j'!I blessing us with fair prospects of I i Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
bill providing for a urinary law, and prosperous future. The children i lets. All druggists refund the ;' \ That is our business-and we are ding our best to pie*e .TtUI
must come-bless their money y.u and gigs .
? the"bill has been dear hearts you the best!ol'rTice.
t introduced in the and the college boys and girls ''if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove'& :. 'fliJ. .J Everything we du we warrant cannot be done better i
r House. The bill provides that primaries i-1 I With a big heart of love for every- i, signature is on each bos. :-"c. anywhere _
l i shall be held under the direction body. l Everything we sell we guarantee and protect you inyo
purthase I
in every wain Price md in
'- tli Quality.
of the Secretary of State and PASTOR \KSWELL.
Notice of
Change of ;
r county supervisors of registration j
] I) G. BARDIN has withdrawn from the '-.ROBT. T. RADFORD. I
upon petition of candidates of parIties I Card ot Thanks.EDITOR firm ot J. E. Inman & Co. J. K. In- 1 ,
f that much i man and J. U. Lea is continue the partner
polled as 20
as percent ,
CITIZE\-HEPORTEU: : ship and assume liabilities... mm
of the vote in the last general < l apr>-n j. K IXMAI .t Co,
We beg to faintly ,
express through'your _
election. ; --_ -
Inspectors at primaries! j -
columns, with grateful heart
4 are registration to be appointed the by supervisors recommendation of j!:' Air appreciation for the many kind, .';I Dr. VV. H. Ives, Jr. I r>- rr'TOn1DstoneS
upon I
deeds, and words of sympathy extended ,
of precinct committeemen. The! ,j; to us in the affliction and death of i! PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ,
: primaries are to be held on the same
day throughout the state and the e '
pense of the primaries is to be borne c"'pet, and to some of us, our idol. The :

:e b" the state and counties. A poll- I I Lord doethall things well,and thou:-hl.;, -

tax payment shall not be a prerequiite the cup is bitter, we submit and .
but all persons participating in I drink it "rC sell Vermont and Italian flarble.i I
"{ primaries shall register: and tell to ': to it: dregs. For the abundant : only II i g h I! \r

: what political party they belong and and beautiful floral offerings we [ (;t'acle Pianos:: and 01'I!j granite Wrought Monnment Iron Fenl'e"Uead tonl's. Tiiblets. -, n* 4 Also Steel and I
(le agree to the i tender our heartfelt I Parties needing Marble work will find It to g ,
s support| nominees of the thanks. Surely i that have been their interest to write us for ; I
gag es- designs and paces All Work Gurmoucd
primaries. Candidates are required we live in a goodly la.nd and amid the t JLugand
to file with the Secretary of State hblished as uch fur
a most and I II I 1!
generous sympathetic
I Marble
statement of their expenses. The peo- I Company j jVrtUDOSTA.
law is to apply to all officers designated pIt.Iay: Heaven's blessings rest many years. _
by conventions or executivecommittees. upon them. I CARTER & 1)OItOtiGii.st GEORGIA. lymar1L :

P. F. ROGERS AXD FAJI&Y.' Mr. ,.oc. ,'ic... ,.. ,.. 'Ir ,.. ,.. ,.. I .

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a 'published 1874.

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I Mayor F. P. Cone has purchased a i ... S
half acre lot on north Alachua street :

. Most Complete Stock of j I J on which he intends to erect a residence

| in the near future. : NEW SPRING ) uiP
_:; :Spring and Summer 1 Hillinery ; Messrs. N. B. Long & Co. have '! 1

j, opened up a general merchandise

r ; Of any house in the City, now Jon \ I! store in the Monroe block. Their I I A The Easter display has i>y no means 7 '
I stock is new and up-to-date and they f exhausted the designer i r milliner ii i-
Display at "' ;; j skill. Ueautitul
iHISS models
are here to =
! ;; solicit a share of the patronage of f lake the place of those sold and keep
the i the stock complete. The display <>t ';
j pubic. ;
H. RILEY f serviceable walking hats is particu-
C = Mr. and i larly interesting. :
I Mrs. VonCamp, who i s

; Leading Milliner. j i have been residing in this city for ,

: ,;: '<.I i Saturday J MRS. T. N. MILTON _
they < ,
I', make their future home. They I Monroe Block. Marion St.i .

3Ps = were accompanied by lbs VonCamp !
: who made her home K ith them whilein I
.' -' this Clt;. Mr. and Mrs. VonCampand

.i!'. 'I Miss VonCamp have made many ,

t. friends during their residence in the u.O"( .<).(>!<).( .().(... O!<).<).()..().()." "()..()..<)..()." "()." "( .().,..r
Parasols city who will
PARASOLS Parasols regret their departure. ;: & 4k: ..
Mrs. Buie Dead.Just'as : !;: t:-v
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];:; i we go to press we are in receipt -i M
of the sad intelligence of the r>- r

t. IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS. death of Mrs. S. P. Buie, at her j NfI t A
i home four RESERVED FOR
miles west of this city. E
I .
| Mrs. Buie was been ill for sometime r<. y

;' 'thildrens-2 'c to 150. i I!i i hie and with has a pulmonary been gradually trouble sinking trou-I Al Lott W. Johnson & Bro.. |j

until the end came Thursday morn-

Ladies-tjoc to 500. I ing. She leaves a devoted husband, N PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.Y i
tvW.: .
five children
two step-children, and j A
ia large connection of relatives
I i rp
; I!I mourn her death. She was a daught- y A

; I er of Judge Smithson and was a sister !' ;21 I .A
I of Mr Geo. A. Smithson and Dr. A- _
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JflS. E YOUNG !}} j! Gelon Smithson who resides at Well- I <& w }
.f boy e. j born. !
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t'i. Goods, HarrdWQtfe, r**"* i I I I PORTER'ro the extends bereaved condolence.the CITIZEX-RE- .............o.em.........

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- ... I I Columbia Must Win Them. i' : M. STEIN :

I The selection of Jacksonville as a I
.' site at which to hold the State Fair, .' LEFT FOP.ES\ YORK, MONDAY EVENING TO BUY

.-,' Local 'News Notes.J;I r "7" Mixture-the greatest blood N ov. 19th to 22nd, inclusive, was an S SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. ft 9
" purifier of the 20th
century. 1 gong'Drugstore. j j appropriate one. The city H accessible .
) _, +i Will show you the Prettiest 'olors .
to all parts of the state and is Brat Quality and J.owt't Prices.on
'Ar, i I S Koala ever brought; to Lake"itv. Call and look over our stuck we have
1 *2.00 shoes from 1.00 to $1.50, shoes I J'large enough to accommodate, with I I everything you can call tor Prices the Lwvest. 5
Garden.seed of all kinds cheap at
for 7.1c: Doc shoes for SOc, at .\. B. t i I out inconvenience, the large crowds : S
jonng'.drug store. Ladies Dress Goods and Mens .
I. Hrown's Surprise Store. | that will be in attendance. Clothing. |
lrs. I.T. Funk has been illi I I I II
... quite ,We neither Jacksonville
.. : Blind Tom was not SICK. I f he had i iI I envy nor ;I II WE HAVE THE NICEST LOT OF Q
for the fe. days.

i--Big'bargains past in shoes at A. B.Ikown's t J.been D. he Crabb's would Pure have Blackberry bou ht..- some Cor-ot\I I is Duval one county thing the that selection Columbia but count,1 there|i : Wpe L&WIJ 40-in. ridel 12:3e ijd up. :

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Surprise Store. I IS dial. must win. as she has won in the past ij
in-1 I -the premiums. Our should S To busy to write 'ad' -call and see Uoods and get Prices.
jJr.RowePerry spent Sunday : Mr. E. A. j
J; Chapman left j I
t. Monday i (bestir themselves before November /-- m1
Jacksonville with friends. j M. STEIN.
for \Yestfield : .
!! morning Ma- where i.j land :
:r see that the
productiveness ofj;
E. Dr,D. N. Cone of Benton was a I j I he: will jllenllloe\'eral weeks on 11l1..iI !- ,
:/.- tbitbr to the city Monday. j incsw-I I I! our soil and represented.varied resources are adequately :;,; ..issss.eeesossese.ii.sss.
f. Mr- H. Grant of Thelma, Oa., was I j j.a I II I Now is the time to cleanse your i -- --- -, .
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:r," ..tisitor to the city Sunday. I'I system ?f impurities.Jy iUx-i'i i Just an Incident of Life In the City. I -

Seed peas, beans and corn almost I j t I ture doe it thoroughly. Young's.! Quite an amusing affair happend t I! r>.

:j _M cost at Young's drug etore. j j i Drugstore. I i the s. A. L. depot Tuesday evening
The Under of a pair of eye-glasses : Mr. A. B. Kearsey who has been I 'when an obstreperous passenger on :

.;' sill pjeaae return to this office. i I| employed as operator with the S. A. ; the east bound train was arrested by THE DlzR '

HutJoo carries a full line of fancy !j L., has resigned his |ositiou and will; I 1 1j policeman J. B. Dow ling, for using DOLLAR
j leave in a few days for New Orleansto profanity and otherwise disturbing
,crackers, candies and dried fruits. '
'I accept a position with the South-i 'the peace and dignity of the city j t
'j'' Go to flutson'a for fresh cheese L ern Pacific. j lIt' came about in this way: The po-1 I A nice line of Summer Foot.'\V ear
Iclutter+ onions and Irish
j The remains of the infant child ofJMr. iceman, as usual, was at the depot i! for Men, "Women, and Children.
) The professional card of Dr. W. !j 'to preserve order the :
and Mrs. (L I). Fleming of \VaI among large
H.Irti,Jr., appears in this issue. I I tertown were interred Tue-day ncrowd j that invariably collects there Th: best Shoes for a Dollar in the Statecall and see them.
Also Summer
Hats fur
; Con ground every Saturday at j ing at 5 o'clock at the city cemetery. I! just at train time. The officer was' you simply cant help from Everybody buying! prices are so Low

-i...; Hart1 new mill in Lake City Fla. i I1 e\'. J. C. Tims officiated. To the ;giving his orders to quell disturbance !
| 'Thg 'prettiest line of fans anll j bereaved we tender our sincere h> m1 raised by a balky horse, when j c "flmiorsifle" straight Front Corsets 3

f.: .WlU at A. a Brown's Surprise lathy. the attention of an occupant of a ,
"- pullman car was arrested and h
I' Store,
: I i Mr. T. K. McCall. checK: clerk, and U best make tor Comfort and \]>..'. :SIiss Corset also on hand. *\
A1 ': dints, oils, glass, putty and var- i''i Mr. II. L. Young, night operator!j ;'Came' out on the platform It we Uon't save you money we don't expect to sell you 10<1..... J
derisive i
suggestions, which the ottici
".Jahe! in any quantity at Young's j have resigned their. positions with j jI
f "frujitore, I I that company. Joe Hammerly, a {|i er had prohibited. When oNothing;; Over One Dollar :}:
ed to desist he brought profuse pr y
IV.-t aiwJessie young man from Greenville, has
of j
Live Oak
fanity'into and
requisition _
lt >rtsitlnf city4guest been given the position of night commenced i YOUltTO 1'LEASE, '-
1 Ju the op-
; of Miss 1 j'f !: to tantalize, by asking if he''
;'. .1.DtU Borger. 1 erator. i'could expectorate in the sand and
I !! < H. F. URIE. {
-Xissdem Hampton sjent Satur- Mr. George Rogers, who ha* been and other similar questions. Our POlicemen c LAKE CITY. FLA.

: bj It the city guest of her brother, employed with the Postal Telegraph ;:: can often take rough jokes ,

5 ;Mr,A,Y, Hampton.. I & Cable Co. for the past several.;: with good grace, but when they hear i i '<.J.

; 'Sot best MX' and stockings that years, at Savannah was called home' ''profanity in the presence of ladies 'i' -- -

.: -1e seer sold for 10V, at A. B. j Sunday on account of the illness of j ji l! and their town wade little of in the j You Know What You are Taking ; NOTICE TO DELINQUENTS.
:won1 i his little nephew. He returned home tame breath their
r. Surprise Store. j patriotic dander; When take Grove's Tasteless I
; you am now making out the list of
Tuesday. j is hound to rise and woe be unto the I '
:z Viatlorence Miller who has been X j Chill Tonic because the formula is ; delinquent tax payers for publioajtion. -
\'?.&JttckiujratSan Marco for the past Porter Giover have let contract i ii '. transgressor. So the jocular strangk j plainly printed on every bottle showing .j' .. All parties that will come

:,....lqr. ,arrived, home Monday morning. i; J for the erection of a one btory brit | er was at once notified to "consider I that it is simply iron and quinine {[ 10th forward of and pay will their taxes by the
May, be stricken from
himself under arrest. But he did 1
warehouse, just across the street fits
Joe | tasteless form. No cure .no !
': Scarborough pay. the list without
,who hasbeen em- co"t. O. JONES,
Ptytfu telegraph from their present building. The not seem in the proper state of 50 cents. aprl\l County Tax Collector.i .

; b !!We,- operator at Ti- 1 brick is now being placed on the : mind to consider the proposition and j '
returned home ---
: kts. j ground and work will commencean at'i i surreptitiously and unceremoniously I Notice i Attention Farmers!
r Jo FA. Hayman, nee Miss Mac | early date : accelerated his bipeds towards the i;

\FiaJ.er,returned to the city Saturday, : ;| sleeper but our argus-eyed cop was !' Is hereby given that .I will place i The best place to buy hoes, plows,

-' -f\tt a' short visit; to friends Inc j+ The entertainment given by thej> i too much for him and his unwonted in the hands of my attorney for rakes and all kinds of tools is at
;;: ne nUle blind pianist Blind Tom, at cOl-l. Wright's, have
; and Ocala. i negro > celerity came to naught. When his lection all notes and accounts as you the largest

;i; : T* Produce thorough alterative t f 1 !the opera house Tuesday night was I' agitated pedals reached theirdestina- ; due, not paid by 1st of June, 1901.Positively stock select of from.hardware in Lake City. t'>
thoroughly enjoyed by the large au-
:: ,the blood ton the close and no exceptions.M.
kidney and liver j cop was sticking as j -----
'II$! be I dience. We believe we are safe in E. WRIGHT. The undertaker
thoroughly adhesive'pIasterperemptorily cover up the blunders
: treated. affectionately as an I
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b tenure! acts on all. Young's Drug- saying that never before has the! demanding of1 I of the physician.
? ..' opera house been so crowded. Kvery We carry a large and wellselectedstock --
f the now thoroughly quelled '"fun-
available seat was occupied.
\ '.''I'Oiblb Decoration Day and all !: maker," atonement for his grave of-1'! of drugs and chemicals of all As the hot weather of summer H

t lre ha Empathy with the i Mr. J. A. Fisher is building a handsome i fenses. Seeing that neither bluffing, 'kinds anything you want and see !}' approaching, this paper will constantly -

? tttt IelltiDteDt which it)l3.tri'I''I' hearse, to be used only for the threats nor tears of repentance advertised call at Young's Drug i keep before its reader
gave could intimidate his soften store.
or -
;: :' "co. ms out and i burial of children. The hearse will' his heart-he tumbled with a cask | h __ TEETIIINA, a remedy which, where +
}t1s of be smaller than the regular :: known is ,
: Iercl&el.. course bond of $5. Elegant line of pants as cheap as being universally used to

Tblrm pf Kearsey !| size and will be painted white When the train departed it carried good goods can be sold, at A. B.Brown's prevent and counteract the effects of ;.
+ & Hutson has with white trimmings and silver : a sadder, but wise and poorer man, \ warm weather upon small children.
: lve4, partnership Mr. Hutsonbusinesss mounted ornaments. When completed who, while holding a funeral over his Surprise Store. I i and it is hoped that all mothers of
or biting bought out the and I it will make quite a handsomeaddition "" ", very probably soliloquised to ,: --:- ---- I this community will keep their chil-
; teCOn ftue' to to his undertaking eta b- himself in this strain: "I'll neverno Catarrh Cannot be Cured dren in a healthy condition by giving
.D'acerystore conduct. an ujKo- j lishment.I never attempt to get fun at the wit Local Applications. as they cannot j. it, for it costs only 2.> cents at druggists -
I expense of a Lake City policeman- reach the seal ot the disease. Catarrh is a ; or mail 23: cents to C. J. If-
; tr.n1oDl.bO cannot take ordinary !IftiM8 I Uncle Martin Hancock: was in the' it comes too high." blood to or cure constitutional it you must take disease internal, and reme in order f fett, M, D., St. Louis, Mo. [ap1'VlIA. ]

:: ; a pleasure to take De- I city this week and while here paid i i i dies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally f I If
; acts direcly on the blood and mucoussurfaces
&* "leEarly Risers. They his respects to the editor. Among I Hall's Catarrh cure is the quack : ....... .......A...... ...... ..... ...... .......llA. .!
BP beat little medicine. It was prescribed ot the
by one
,_' .. lk, pills ever i! other things he spoke of a very much i best Physicians in this country for years. '
i' appreciated visit that Commissioner FRESH 4CALA LIME J It is composed ot the best tonics known, I 1 A. LOT OF BRICK
: Wattle combined with. the best blood purifier, act-1 i
Vinzant and Orrie \Geo. A. Smithson and Mrs. Smith::on IV ANY QUANTITY. FOR SAGE BY ing directly on the mucous surfaces..
[turned home perfect combination ot the two FOR SALE BY
Tuesday morn1Jeuton. at his home west of town. lie is getting U what produces such wonderful Tbe'l
where they attend- feeble now and at his lonely S. B THOMPSON. curing:Catarrh. Send for testimonials S. B.
part the past week at home it affords him great pleasureto Sold by F. i.druKglitsTac.Hill CBESKT A Co.. Prop'rs Toledo, O. THOMPSON.

i' t. r. Air. D. S, Cone. receive his friends. Family PUls are the best apr J ..... ..... ".'T..... ..... ..... .... ..... ..... .....".
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r i 6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established l ;ji

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I ;i 'I ill- {I! ORDINANCE !NO. 11;.
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i The Oldest and Best Ii II i I I, lie it ord.ii.ud by the M.uor arT ._' _"_:.:::: ;H"::':;::'t-.:::::--_7.'' -"""" -:21 _.hW ;;v.4'I

1 1- I F.*he* *t Last S*** Daaalater110 .I'Tlht"I of the town of Like ( 'i ty

!. S. S S. is a coiab'ratipn of root for thirty Tears HeBelieved I i Florida t : -

and herbs of great: curative po re-!'. IHtd. I I Sec.: I. It shall He unlawful!
: for
and when taken into tho:: circnlatic (
. I f searches out and rvmcr;;'; ail tciuni. j 1 Mrs. E. E. Hesen, a Davenport: (Ia..) i any per?'>n, widuut autn 1, itc, to I Ii Iit J

i of poisons front tha blood, without milliner is entertaining her father. !' break, tap, retrovc. liisturo or injure 1 1 l t 'sl.

, : the least shock or h?its to the system, i Martin Panic of Missouri,and.thougha. in any way any watei-nii i or For
'I Infants
, On the contrary. the gcner.nl healt.ibejius I married woman with a family. this is I hydrant i>r otn-'r ,qlj.ii| j in v. mli!i- and _
1 to improve fr.Tt toe firt
1 t for S.S. S. is not only a Llood'puriCer! of conversing kith him. The within said town.Sec.i The Kind You j

1 I t A but zn excellent tonic and strengthens : last time Partin heard of his daughterI That it shili be uidiw.'ul GJ _rD_ IA %
{ end builds up tie conblitUioii | previous to this visit she was lying in ,
for Hiihnu: nuthontv.
. :! while purging the blood of iiupunties. her coffin. any person.
I , -- Always
break, or iaure_ umy < Bought
to rcmive
t. when Purlin's cut
. t. S. S. S. cure all d-scnscs of n Thirty years ago ;
blood J'oison cri'jin, rancer, Scrofula. daughter was six months of age, the way any of the tele1.iih.. te'-' .! Al'ege table Prcparatioafor Assimilating -

.. Rheumatism. Lhroaic Srres auJ 'I family lived at Decatur. City. I*. The phone or electric:; li ht i irc-., nolr- itsIocdandRegulabug -

i. I Ulcers, Ec7ema. P.: o nab is Salt father'* interests called him to California insulators, lamp, carbons jlohe'- uithcr > the Stomachs and Bowels of Bears the

{ Rhritin, Urpcs ro \ similar troubles, i about that time,and while he was in fixtures en.cti.'l1.or maintained
3 and is an infal'ible! cure and tuo: only I the far west word was sent to him that trios
f telr
as a part i> any rapli.
I antidote for thai:-.G :t horrible distune, his little daughter was dangerously ill =. Signature
Contagious !>! A record of marly fifty years c! and that an operation would have to be within the corporate limits of the i! Promotes Di estion.C1lffrrut-

successful cures is a record to be proud performed to save her life. The nest town of Like City. ness and Rest.Contains neiUier of

of. S. S. S. is more popular today word was that the operation had been Sec. 3. Any person violating am : I Opium.Morpuine nor lfinera1.NOTNAHCOTIC. .

.t than ever. It numbers its friends Ly performed and that as a. result the of the provisions of this ordinance 0 .

1- the thousands. Our mcvhc.il\ correspondence child had died and the body awaited shall be punished by a fine not ex-;
i c is larger than ever in the :. burial. This being the last link that
ceedin? the sum of *-"iOO OIl, or im-I
i history of the medicine Many write connected Partin with Iowa, he did not Atm a'0lJ Ir U
.i to than! us for the great good S. S. S. come back there but went to another prisonment not exceeding two {, -
.' has done them while others are seek* part of the country and left"no address months at the discretion of the May-1!c ll.d.lls.tutr-

i )1 jug advice about their cases. All behind him. or. i 1 .ARuc Jed t I

1 i'. letters receive prompt and careful Theinfant did seem to be dead, and Passed by Council April lit, lMl.! 1 i --ctnbd..ar.jln..feed &. J I I'fs1nIiJ
: attention. Our physicians have math: was laid out and prepared for burial. Attest: \V. M. IVES, 1f'rk. j _
,. I 1 life-long study of Blood and Skin Diseases Faraday and a half the child lay in S. T. BEERY, Pre Pro Ten .- .ory.a 'flImr.ApetectRemedy.
and better understand such her coffin. Then it discovered thatthe
cases U
Approved .\prill"t, 1<),1. 81
I than the ordinary practitioner who spark of life stjl!l lingered. Thelittle F. P. COXE. Mayor. '. for Constipation -
: makes a specialty of no one disease. one was brought back from the Sour Stomich.Diairhoea.
I We are doing great brink of the grave. She lived, and it o Vorms.Convulsions Jeverish-
1 i good to sufferinghumanity was decided to send the' news to the nessandLossOrSLUp. F 0 r 0 Yor

I: SSS throughl fither. But the father could not be Choice Vegetaja : _.,--

-i l our consulting department found. The child was adopted by Tac Simile Signature of
.f and iuvit family of strangers and grew without l
you to write us if you have any blood even knowing the name up of her !i always bring high prices &&&&& Thirty Years

or skin trouble. We make no charge father. It was not until a few da}sago NEW YOHK.
1 t whatever for this sen.ice. that she learned the story of her life, Ii i To raise them success -

THE SWift SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA GA. and since then she has been in the ear 1 t : of:
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nest search that has just been rewarded fertilizer
with success fully, a containing CASTORII .
Searchlight* Ou the lloeh.- at least 8 % EXACT COPY or WRAPPER.

Evan the western cowboy has come il ....... ., -
i [ WHEN WOMEN MAY GOVERN. under the spe'l! cf the electric TMEC.NT.U.CO....". ahl coves ems
power Potash should be uses
and a ranch in lateen California n'F'- ::: : -':- -- :>;; ; : : n _- :
f Three Different !S).lmij That Kisgm- Mexico is to utilize and
a local
water I
I late the Succemloa to European rr fjr t generation of poll II Our books furnish useful information on

., So ereigaty, I|,, for lighting, hamming, pumping electricity etc. I II all subjects relating to -- .--- -.
The II
r chief innovation will be the use crop raising. They are Nr1
Many people have been confusedby of I
4 + the various laws of succession .overlooking searchlight the ranch on the to mountains I sent free. 444Q4%<$< S>MMtf
prevent cat
i- which in I 1
prevail Europe. There are tle raids. The operator of each GERMAN KALI WORKS f "
11 three different systems, the most will! light .
be Nassau Street
suitably ,
armed 1 with E 1 e47 93 O
{ i general being that known as the range weapons and "a % % New York. I I
Salic system, under which women are signal code b provided with I
j > which he can flash Ii
11 completely excluded. This is the rule formation to the other watchers. in i 0 $20O .j.ji

in Belgium Sweden and Norway, Ita telephone system, embracing A II
ly, Denmark and Germany. Then tions of the 16,000 acres, will pun I
there is the German-Dutch system. other an.
r} under which males of all degrees of Jarra.convenient method of raising an I Teachers snd Teachers ;

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relationship precedence of females
the throne passing to the female CAi3TC/XZTA. .0 iIt rind lie-".ier"Cia..tir s at the Lake' 4
line in of I Bean the Thil Kud; 9or! Hare Always Buught | Application for Administration.SIX City <- 'ilczr.
I only case the extinction 0
of all the male lines, however Signature fJP X5f .1 week.. alto for hr.t puhlirati<>n "
o t j- -f nolln- f v ill j,'rlv '" HoW V $20 COVERS fiLL EXPENSES 4 4except
ti remote. This is the rule in ; of .y .TJIII. '., lees i'oun'v: judge 'urle.iei-.nt aJminLst.
turn <>u the u-stati IT ?"d: -'rom which it takes itt < ea- I i
railroad fare. for
one term
f1 'i; Apr Lst WH D. H. 11 [1us. .
:-: :=:tussles and some of the h I. tI end for circular toO
(.-:"'Jon states. The third systris .
that prevailing in Great Britain, W. f. YOGUM; \, Lake City, Fla.

under which females are excluded f

when there are males in the same %
Kodolj f
degree of relationship, but take precedence I
; of males whose degree of relationship tt

o. is not so close as their
1 own. Thus an elder daughter of the [ ri! Cure .
Dyspepsia ---
r ruling sovereign of Great iiritian gives j
way to all her younger brothers and ,
t tK their issue, but takes precedence of : Digests what
eat. .
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a male cousin or a nephew. This system : I ; !.r ; ; !. It artificially digests the food and aid
is the rule in Spain and Portugal Nature in I ]
,,' sueugluenuig and recoi I CovetIi
as well as England.. strutting the exhausted digestive o' "Thou Shaft Not
gans. It 13 the latest discovered
M Aa Odd BeQBelit. [ 'l! I aut and tonic. Ko other digestj j i I I
South African pictures were recently tNDER 7JIEILa.l can preparation 1 PERFECT COA.'aATJff;'T :j C2LV "/ TilE KITCi Y. HEALTHFUL 1r ALc
approach it in
I It
shown efficiency. in DAINfll Y S '.? TJ, Id the
l being London when on some cinematographin in -ea tV. :0;:" la., I stoutly Dyspepsia relieves and permanently cures j I Write for C.J ;_ f .us Jr<:_sash+aa.xs of the bc.t productions st tie TwnSrflC.afirs t
men the audience Indigestion heartburn .
p. I Flatulence SOur o>M, f" r cii oniky, L .' Iii, worth. ,,,, or. .
officer Stomach
recognized an friend Nausea
j folhn* and Caskets
all Styles! anili
t The wife of the officer was informedand i Sick: lleadacheGastra.gi! ,Cranlpsan j jII I INVESTIGATEIf ,
I i I Prices. Orders Proini-lly "'iII t1.
p1 wrote to ask the manager to have ]I : all other results of imperfect di stion.

T.. the picture show on a particular even ] -_ II I' small Price jOc.size.and BoukaliaDouidyspepsiamailedfn'cPrepared $L Large contains times ..,+ w tt

ing. when she would journey from' A
ty E. C DeWirr CO. 1
'I 1 Chicago.PATENTS
r; GlasgowShe thus saw her husband 1 i'tt t gggI'J]

for the first time in a year-on the I f ,dt ieYat
cinematograph screen. I
-- + t%' done cf forty years Experience
Heir to Urltt.h Tkro .. I 1u t jr c. a t Morn the Home
Besides King Edward there are 73 tt
% Economize in fuel
heirs to the British I
throne w ithout going GONORRHOEAGLEET t >\ Glad the Households Qtieeft.BY .
t; outside the,group of Victoria's direct I.I f C flake

descendant These include five ? I children. 31 grandchildren and 37 r rn n CURE ', K VtoObuuU or ptutt far.S-free..4 report FgRigBPiuiUuulTnda.Mtfkt oipueitililitr. Book."Ho,"(

great-grandchildren of the late queeCABTOXtTA. i SAFE SURE: ; i I V OfAIEltT FKI8. Fume ttrmi ever oSmi to i...."'" ..1
LAWKTS3 or H T8A&S' trasCTICL i
i tie nca.at asst.lt.oo.ro. euooj t< l. Hugest 11II. Fatthrd: _
l =n I 0>*nu., Moikraio ,\:e'w
Acct c+t.c.. eves., W "C. A. SNOW r +
i Bean the Ha* Always Bffligtt ..::;.. I &: CO4 -, MSIIVI IiL TEN -
is- Sigut1lll GOG PATENT LAWYERS C !
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L f of For sale by George. Price. 1 Opp.U.8.Patent Office, WASHINGTON, D.._C.S


National Steel Ranges are the "Never had a store to bake as
= best mad ." and "
j r evenly quickly.
H. U. PUCE Mobile,AU. YIl3. ELLEN'rYBIISl&IlIiIJr.

Abundance of hot water always .. _
furnished." L In 3years housekeepinw. F' !. '-
i R. BMKoauRsr. ClatksvClc. had a stove io pleasing.

I ii p After one year's hard sarvice, R=vJ. Eiwa Stofcdtjj

k in perfect condition." I am sure there is none superl'

FA.INI.IO ORPHAN SCHOOL. Kashville. 1 J.T. AHEARS Soperi?te t

6 "Not oce-half! fad required Water WorkS*as\l*

as formerly." L: "The National, the best range
s i. J Have never seen one I would C J' bra'ffidM11'Taies Ey.

exchange it for." less wood and less t me.D. ." .

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GENERAL-- DIRECTORY.. ;- I r Garnishment Notice. I I {lyaktY>Ly>algal'tYtytMtktirtG: ititYYIYIYtrltilYtit:

plant 5ystern. In County Judge's court Columbia county 6I
.i' Florida. I i Three Papers a Week

ODIS? -Rev. F. Pixton pas- J. D. Holmes John D. : I i
preachiag every Sunday at 11 The Great llaker. W. F. Itowen I I

; and 7U p. m. Sunday school Through Car Line From Florida.COXXKC'TJOXS and It c. Korabeck I I I t FOR ABOUT THE
10 I partners under the arm | Ac. sumnsli and i iIt
it*30 a. III. Epworth League 4:00 I name ot Baker x ; <:arcishment I. PRICE OF ONE. .
, Sunday. Prayer meet- : Holmes Company. I c
Damages Ki9.no
'n- m. every + To The j
Y Wednesday evening at .:1.>. The East Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston, Richmond and 1 1'S.. Ii, This and the Atlanta F
?... lag i Washington.Via !I 1 paper '
.... f E. W. Ashley. ,!I
Sunday 11 1 All Kail The Southern Kilway, yia Savannah Twice/a/Week Journal for F
, ; invcfT-Sertices. every I Columbia and 1'E.. W. ASHLEY defendant and all i 'I'
L. and 8 p. m- Sunday school 10 1 11'a"hfrgL-u. ,,;,. whom it may cocoern: You are i
nu I
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meeting Tuesday _, hereby nollttod that a writ a garnishment $1050 !
F1; m. Prayer }I The :Jhit.. issued, in the stove entitled suit and -3i !
evenings 8 o clock. jT o 1 Southern nail ;ay via Jessup Atlanta Chattanooga ,! that your nroirrty ia the Hands ot O. E. I F
West.' ThC Loulsvile| Nashville via \ 1'arkcr ana Kearsey & nUL..on. has been i I Here
ilontgomery.uiiiuiucolumtiia the
rhe of
YOU git:: news F
The parnished. and that unless lie-
I Curtis Southern via you appear i
ro'p.u-Rev. ands 1 I: ll'y *\ and Ashville. I tore said court on ur lielure'the tith day of the world and all local
3rd The Mobile :I
.1' or Caching: -2nd 4thSuotojs Ohio R IL via Montgomery. May.IOOI.Judgement by default will be'enitered i i your
in each month at 11 a. Il. against you. 'i news while it is fresh paying r.

f and 'l.j.} p. .m. Sunday school at I l J'To East | Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company New Uv UtHiZER & Gll.I.EN.1UKER & HOLMES COMPAST.Plaintiff. ,.' | very ]little more than one t

) a. m.II..i ]: The l York Philadelphia and Boston.ia Their Attorney. mar'\!, | paper costs.' Either paper is ::

;' -. J. C. i: Virev. a Steam!n, but by special a
N- ; ) for Baltimore.
arrangement we are en- t
Preaching every Sunday i
; at 11 a. m. and t 8 I). m. Sunday j} ToW1YWST and i' i Divorce Notice. ;| abled to put in both of thorn, F

.,School 9:30) a. m. Prayer meeting HAVANA Ji j Via Peninsula and Occidental Steamship Co. i: S giving three papers a week F
, i In Third Judicial Circuit Court of Florida. '
*" cef1' Tuesday afternoon at 1 j! Columbia county: In Chancery. I for this low price. You cannot -

Y;:? '._..I....k. 'TOaiOYaSCOila\) : Solomie Smith l i ivs. | equal this anywhere else, t
Cape '
reton'l Via Bill for
II '" 1 rinrri'f Boston and Canada Atlantic and Plant Steamship Joshua Smith t Divorce. a and this combination is the a

B Pi1sT-Eld. E. R. Cart weU. castor wards Island. I Line for Halifax Hawkesberry and Charlottestown. ,I I | best premium for those who :
Services every Lorli's day. Sunday I I IT HA,1:<,\; been made to appear bv the ;
dool 8:30 a.m. Prayer meeting affidavit of !L' T. iioozer one ot council : H want a great paper and a t
e : Western aniji"o6thTefnrs ts Tid..E-I'i III 10e on sale throughout the tor complainant in above entitled suit,that I 'i
? Northern.
.Thursday evenings at 7:1.1. Ladies !i allltayFlorida .Resorts tia Plant Eastern. i I the residence of the defendant. Joshua home paper. Take these and a
Q.IJUIIlmltt'd !
to System during the season ;'
.: Helpln Z Band meet every Monday Addre""es return 01 artier unui in liberal stop-over privileges in Florida. 'i I Smith, is unknown to complainant and her : you will keep up with the
,J at 3 clock- supplied \\lib the North sent to the undersigned w ill be solicitors; that there is no person in said j i
; 'ei llg a111nlormation l1berally i I
times. illDON'T
., I and ban.Iowe advertising matter. I State the service ot a subpoena upon whom i I F
-j j For information would bind defendant, and that said defend- 15 Besides E
as to Rates. sieving Car Reservations etc.. call I ant is over the age ot twenl v-one'ear. It i general news, the YlTwicea1Veek
OFFICIALS. on or mite
CIT). *. to i I".
therefore .
j l I M.JOUY. Division Passenger Agent ordered that said defendant -t Journal has F
'! I I Joshua Smith be and he U
iv. n. DES!!!)!. Gem Suncrmteta IMW.uayStr. Astor lllock. Jacksonville. Fla. ,I to appear to the bill ot complaintDerein hereby required I II 3 much agricultural matter c
_- .-F./V Cone, ,savannah. Ua. nt. a W. U'REXX Pa+s. '1 I died on the 3rd day of June laui! : and that I i ii 1 and other articles of E
; k'I'THEASCRER.: ./. IrrA.E.FuMi. savannS"ca. 'i I this order be published once each week tor I special '
tug eight consecutive weeks, prior to said ;: interest to farmers. It has r ::;
3uU .,- I II i SId day ot June in the
I{ a published CITIZtN-REPORTrR.1 | regular contributions by Sam
.. !:l( o8-11: If. Wilsoll, U I Witness newspaper mv hand and I !
I Jor.es Mrs. \
\ H. Felton
b !I 5
CTOB.flf J. EclwclllFAIJEJ:1fEX.GlIg E5II : :March A. D. I9UL! j
( > SEABOARD AIRLINE 1 I (SEAL.] M. )I. SCARBOROUGH. 3 John Temple Graves, Hon. F
Oillru u /. Clerk Circuit Court :
C. H. Jordan and r
other dis-
hillEb State of Florida i |
i 1flltlf, N.. l.. 1'll1llpic>n. O. I'. [ i ii i 1, Columbia countv io... i tinguished writers. si
iMiiaa H. J. I. 1\1.)1. Scarborough clerk of circuit
E. lliimon
.: l'aJ'terJ. j court tor said county do hereby certit\I 3 Call at this office and leave your F

I, :.. ll:J. Rogers.C0UKT1'. TRAINS. RAILWAY.NOKTH& i I 1 of that the the original above and order tore of oing publication is a true ou copy tile I 5 ubscriptloas for both papers. You F

"- DOUBLE DAILY (! and of record in my office. j |: can get a cample copy of either paf :
tf. OFFICERS. :; Witness my band and seal this :!Stb day o I j d per hire en application.i Fa1RTAPnR
March. >
i : UH I.
.:. } : ---=- I-LVST. "-II. eaj -3d SmTHFK.V"LvJaitsonville.1,1\'ISIO\.i---I 27 3t ISEALJ Clerk Circuit Court I RApiRRul.T4 'h'PqQiAMatslAlOU.%;
cam-JuoGE-1i: -/ l"ftI.JV' Lv Jacksonville! .- : -&:, r.! 7311 .'- I
>. jWiua a : -9 ;
\ Kernaadina. .. 1pr -
?8 UT per. N. COle. \r Kverm.. 0 ui ll'! Arlial.lwiu..... .. lI *U!! 8 ::ip -
fuss.-lf. il. Scarborough. ;; Ar Savannah: .. _._"... lI'Spin I 31 ui/ 1Il\p WaidoJaine.ville.__ '"'' 11 r.aiujjpi| Wi oTa'cta'! ilS4 -
.. ii |> inia ( ..... .._. .. .. -t I --- -- -.
Tu.\StIE&-J. /. TUrI/fr. Ar Fairfax .. ..' 3inr3; II Wp --= : = ""
: Il. // .\c >enniark... ........ ., 3 {lip S m 14 a .-."..-. .".('scar I:e\ ... .... C35i- .. .. i.o\ 43Iel'l6 1 1 XEflf1<;l"1'1..l'>l'1 01E-.I ;.1.i'4 e 3 ; 6
i\ssrsso&--f.; rotrH.r \r Columbia..... Sliver Sprng. ... :; IIi
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a "Ik'ala... .... .... it" +
: CoUECTOR-t' /on I'amden .. .. ... tstplJAla 1 a '
7CrT, PUBUC INSTRUCTION 14/. i i iJ i ArSo Pines,,---.-.-.-.".."."'ill- 1 :1.1'STu III ii!a.... .. ldwanl._. ..- .... .. . su pi 1 :wa' I::1 1114il

-tNaL I Ar Ar Ralt-llb..m.Portsmouth_.. ........-. 1: :!:Sa ll :!via af.. .... I I I .". 'Leraburg.------....... _...... ,.. 3II's 5.! p j4sua a :wd I il 13 STAND,. iii

sCOntTTOOlOflSSIOXERS-7?. T. Ilion :- Ar RI'bm"ud'a...'.. .._. 7ria'15" aAp.ii'in' '" Orlando-- ._..-._...!:::.. :. 5 W IIi 7 ;'IJ a |
chairman; Frank Smith, GeA. 4.Ar, Washington... 845a a ; .I..I 1 j Winter Park ....-..-. -..._ a a:: p..".." :Ijl Of YOUR_ H?tiDi "
9ail ,
f.-\r Haltiu"re._ ... Dade City._........ ... .... 3 *J 3 us a .
_. ... : P
7jjr Oetzen and A, I" II a II ai I' .
Swithaon Plant _.
; \r Yoaadrtphia.tfu Csty-- :.... .. ... 41! pi4u5ai I
'; IBitatpA. Ar Xew \.rk.u 31t1I"II:' :1113 56 a.__...... Tampa> .._..-_._.- --....'-...-.- _' Siiopl f 500 a : r Iil c
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ij Htlrl,chairman; S. L Berry and' < '.: I E. K laeCOURT'. t :; with Cumberland Route steamers'I i 1 I KtGK !til ;

i: ;I leaving Fernandina 1:.0 p. m. daily G ;J il C'T

iwEST u11'. A :o, j 3. 1.- except Sunday, arriving Brunswick I t '' .
| CALENDAR. I __j __ .")1'. m. : II \ the poor Printing you have been q' *

I f.v Jacksonville un ..........I 7 :A, pt'! p a" a __, II mil :" using when You can get the Rest '
t, :Hiirf Judicial Circuit'of Florida ...rl..ake. ('1t} ....___....... ..... !l111'IIIII'a fl just as easily as }loor. Our prices are !
J.i"eOalt _.. .:
Judge; John F'. White Live Oak i Mao1i..n..n..u.u.n.u.._-.. 1)upp-l.r> '- liiiii) n 'ILMTe Fernandina for Jacksonvllle I p j: reasonably consistent with up.tn-date I :I
.. .... 7:10 a. m. and 2:40 m. i il \ .
'-Fla. Idonticello __. |i uu1 3 p. ii :.rst-class wors. \ .'e are I
.uu..u lap prompt.
; I .". Ttiomasfille. .., .__._....... liua> I i 1(1" Avoid further-trouble and I
tate'. .. ".u t
Attorney I E. Robinson M'IIItgOml.rYnn..u.m._.. 8lua'' ... annoyance 'lr8 I
.'" Jasper: fla. "St. Louis. ................. .. 74la1.: Arrivals at.Tacksoncillefromnorth mil 1ft { \ by sending us a Trial Order. I
"Tallahassee... .. 'U"'" lmai33.:> p'- & (east Xo. _': at !JIUa. m.; No: 31 at '
l">: 'JavperHamUton: county, 4th Tu es- I River Junrtiun------. ... .-...-...- -.........1\! AhnPen.sacula I). m., Xo, 4, 8;;">0 a. m. tVom the south | ,III IIs THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE. f ,
: .hm. liapMobile
/ day IB January. .. ..-...... .. .... "__! 3USa Xo 44, at l:30 a. in., Xo. CB, at35.j.. I H. L. DODD, PROPRIETOR. I
.," tire Oak, Suwanee county,.2nd Tues-i Xcw. Orleans.____ .... ..!.......| 7 40a 1 p. m. !ll
daJ In stay. i -- h. ,!?: 'iM'.. !M..H ! I;,'Lake City, Columbia county 4th No. 44, solid vestibuled train between; Jacksonville and Xew t= ===!]i
TaesdayiaMay. cluding ma'i( ba..a..e and coaches York in TT F. "'I'.J. L express cars day dining cars and )
Sayo, Lafayette county, 2nd Tuesday through l'ull.nan"; sleepers between Tampa and New York Atlanta and ,
ia( June. 1 I Xai hi lIe. Nos. 31 and 44 carry Pullman buffet
sleeping cars hetween Jack-
:sPcrry; Taylor county, Is Tuesday ;sonville and Tampa. .! Pianos A. B. CAMPBELL,

InApriL. !I No. MS, solid vestibuled train
: consisting of day coaches mail baggage JACKSONVILLE.-.
i. DI Madison county* 2nd Tuaf es-i I i and express cars between Jacksonville and Washington and Pullman 1!
,( to April I|: (sleeper between Jacksonville and New York. Organs "OLD RELIABLE."

ALT TERM. ;'I Nos. 3 andI., Pullman buffet Moeper Jacksonville and St. Louis viaonticello ; Established In 1078. .
M Thomasville and )lont
Cll1Ierr. ,
I :Jasper, Hamilton county, 4th Tues-:i I Steamers for West and ILr
I. Key ana- 10.:7 makes connection at Port Kimball:
jbjiB AllJUSt :!: Tanrpa with steamer* li'a\\11 ; : 101\:' .)',. Thursdays and Saturday j! Whitney Hinze.
IireOakSuwanee 'I .
[ I ,
county ?nd Tuesj Nos. and 1, sleeper! wt\veet X >: Orleans and Jacksonville. ,
j i day is November. \'. M'HEK(:, n. E:. L. BUNCH j j Mttfn THE BIGGEST VALUE ON EARTH. ... *

I Tntiday City! in. November.Columbia county.Ith ;.. (ieu'l Siip't Gen. Pass. Agent. AU kinds of Small Instruments and Trimmin s. Easy Terms. Low Prices. i

Portsmouth Va. Send for Free Catalogues and full information.
,. >Mja,in Lafayette December.county, 2nd TuesJij 4. O. 1 MAcDONELL Assistant (ien. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. | >

y f TaJI county, 1st Tuesday in ;i iiij'jfwn. i'i -

T ': I DIRECT Ljr E.SOUTHER" ... .
i Madison county, 2nd Tu e -
.1.ifcjln October. ...Q TIME -
; oICK



f Sc11&DVLE Etnclln: OCT 1. J oo.Subjct i .JIt.... HEW YORK,

to change without public notice. I CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE
T> ,
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3 .. I -I ATLANTA,
1) I tl' S1\'lIiX4. llnlck I Dixie
i' \ :'t"I' ; I .'1t'1'_ Flyer 1 ,
v \
11 f.I-I" (C.la III ; : 4 1 ip ni 1 Itu nl I CHATTAKOOGA
1 log I', J I_ ..)i I. III : .! 9R I. III 3 5': a III RAILWAY I
I :i7 n III I 2 III' III iL\\l..n.\r'l _, ."j, I' III I .: :11 a III 1 ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, ;
i :.t a III J. l aU 1'111 .1. III ) 13 II III .
I I5u UI itslpt .\ .... . .. .. . .. .Ar 'dav !I' :: 1a : And all Points East and West. -
: Ala III +I. :11IU ... . .A. "t.IIII .. .. .:. . : ::: niu ::1:
W 3 111.1 III i, ;iai. III ,\r. . . fiOt't. ... . .. Is I.) ..; I'I noa III
f :: Ian III .". .'.''.11'/1 Lv. ...... -Iitlon.-- ,. ....Au-I'ip! :; III 1a ia III 'I'
3411311I; .,0-:q. "I .. . . Sparks. '.' ... .... ,i1_ ..: I.1 I I.. __. 11 nl I CJ AFFORDS. t)
7 :1:1 III -I W I' III . . Ilrartpinc. ,. . ::11 la IU :! 11:1 III I I i SERVICE LIKE THIS.
4-111alU :aILI'1II ,\.., .. .,\'ad'rta.- . l vlll 10' IU II :iip III
TMniu i IG 111 1.\\ ..:.. \.1. ........ \rllll.' tit :gsp mJ THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA
, 3ta III 6tifip III . ., .. .1.1'Iw.r.. .. . -. tlOlLialll 10311tnB I IIIllnlll EXPRESS, i
, < of. a III a :....1. II .\\ hate apriu. i. . . .. .1.I .1.:: II III 10 0't oJ' III : Via 8win tad Charlotte, N. C. ;
.II'a III Iii '\r..I..I ( I1tv. .. .. .Lrl 94a III I l1.1Up III '
; = BAE, ICE'S U -lil III 17''p III LvLskel'ih: :.. ". .ArI;450a III 9 _ip ul THE UNITED STATES PAST MAIL,
1 [.0:1 III II :!oj l' III . .Samlawn City . -w Ia III R o.i I' mritlla I
III 1'1 :... I' is . llaupluu . .. . .. -, 37a n1 i5'to Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.
U la I' III 11 1'oJ' III 1r. . 1'alatk, . .1.\,1 II _.ium 040pm I
; VE' OAK ; (;.\I\: ;:,\ 11.1.111...\. I, I Via Jesup. :
I 6IJ Q III 7 Lt1) I' III u.v. . 1'11. 1'1" . .... II 1-.10 III J. .01) III I
a I'II al1i y S ::;.5 p w I l.v. ... .. Suy..uu Pity. . Jrl\ 7II) a III 51 I' III i THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS '.
145.1111I !IOI.III .'r. .. (::,in "cviile. ... 1\! II .ja III ,00-11I 1j
!4'j WijISKEY i --T__ ___ : Via JesDp.
XOltTlt Itt)1'NI' 'CIIEIWJ.ES.
'? '..Snri). C of (! I' :. .....1. .\ St 1. 1\, Ill ('.'lIt, Ii R and connti-tions._ __ __ : Through Vetlbuled Trains Pullman Drawing Room

NED -- .... .. .. .. Stepping Cart, Through Coaches elegant Dining Car.
BY AGE.Exposition. 9 IJI+ 1III n -' 11' hi Lv .. I'lke l 6 'Il a III 7Wf\: ..
-F l.ip III luu u. ,\r. . \I uun. . . .1.11 :ip III 110:1 mr
!, sip: lit 7 _.) a m : : : : :..\tlmtJ. . ..1.\. II :X! I. III ;)!! :II) Through Pullman .
Medal Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and ClaclBUti O.
at Atlanta i 1t. ,
i i55fcttt i I (1'IUIlIt".U..I.\ aI'1I1 3ttia InG !
t IMIUII'I'411 a n. C ) its \r. . .. .Sasnvtil.'. ". ." I.\ !IIOIIIII 0:01': uii | via Aahevtlle. N.C., and Kao vllIe, through "THE LAND OP TUB SKI"

and i i! '=)-.L----!II.,s III :\r. St A>I.j os" -.__Lv-_.-84tl'lII_ 'Slliam

purest -4<- hI :7 lhll11 i.1r . -.l :wiUIIII. . .1.\"I1WplU I1 W u mI Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated i

' $R1! Whiskey sold lan; III a X m"11 1r et.ie..in. .. . ... .Is y tti I. la . .. .1 l la Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville.

," -, b(tha South.' i I \\1 lun no tune"". shown lriinsili> i,.*' '.101". i t
TICKETS lag RaIn Safe 1
it Very oa Jaaa (to Sap!. 30,1 SCO
:._ Tra iis :S'I!". 1 and 4 the. "Dixie riyi-r" have [thronali'(>|,(-r tutu'ecn Si I..011 i s. 'I o.
1'ald.sa, and IlImn"h parlor sleeping ear 311 I coach l '"
': j( CO. ProPlietors. '' fwPpn'MzirriHBiiil'l'ji-itkii' ''I'PH !;cr Ihe rrffpiioimf pilssra'jers iu Unio'i (IOt.1Iaron.|I I., rkUl ihedale and Information, gall OB or addreu

1)0: : 1\ 111.: ;1111111'11I:1111'1111 Vm fniim .>,!*\! IIn relii.-n until. 7iW: a tue and can be W. T. COSBY, T. P. A.,
.U. S. A.It (I'n..i..l until that time. Ill west BII&rtta.Ja"boIlYUle. fU.

.. -: to hr bu4 office will t.. WULI\11 t-IIE"UEYNI\\. r. p. FISH, I. U. CPU. W. A. TCBK:, a. H. JUKDWICK.
Luke ( Fla.
-, Vice I'resi.lentAput. Ajtmt 'icy. Tr Be ....
x arMt tlCCh4lk.J lat6iW... 1 1.!, n. Rnonez. II 'RIIV' II.'RS Yatuger Gia.Fui.AgL. AMt Ota. 1' A"I i

: '". (;1'11'1 Pars a. u-oa, Cia. F Jacksonville.. F la. I WuMngtoa, D. C. Wtiilnjtoa.IXC. AtUU,0

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I {i 8 ., THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established I.4T

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1" .I I I" I Notice of art Election. [ fc KKKrtKKW OOdaa jyy >>>>
Nhuol Hoard of olumbia county or- S? v r v? & KV n M.

\: r : ; Another Lesson i,,Tnt:.a. in Lake ul an electing Election itv Sub-District three to be Trusty held.i May for lor sail*tin rlI' I: Nine= tt HttDI NE

I iiislrict and to vote a wpe cit roilerVed It
If: t in Health. i iI' I tax annually of two for mills theeiclus.ve to be letiedand use..t public tree: Tenths J'7:'_. --- -.. yf-1
I II Subm'tnctNo. ,
schools within the Lake ity
\CKACHE-lumbago-rheu .- This election shall !* held and conducted -
F' I' l, :matismtired out feeling- I in g..u..ral..I..Uon.the manner prescribed.. by Ian for of Pure Juhes! fi'OAI Nctural Rook

( m. all indicate disorder in thee holding The inspectors of s let lion to l he held on "
/ t t kidneys. No hope of good I May 3rd. 14"1. consist ot John \iniaiiL all the S -- 1
t !' mcklrrand KraLk UcKrrro whose datlfs iGUL T'trio liver .
,11 / health while jour kidneys of Ii H hand B t
shall be the sami a: 'Mtorotogr- !
4 the strainers of .
f are wrong. They are :': general election T ,
z ": ; the blood and must be kept right ifs ,: apt ounty Si bool Hoard. People :i- C ri jsesthsSSHmjPlifmesthef l
., I': you're to have health. I II nq i

; /l 1 Foley' Kidney Cure is guaranteed to I Suffer i! tlES is aaila! Eiiu'; $iess CcnstlP
,. lleectthealt heouttrrua noprtskheit's I administration would seem to
l 111 guar The ,
< J ; 7/ : o 1" :' ""' ,, '
.l";, 1 t I Ili; 1 I ieeling anteed.:rurht.Buy a bottle today if you're not I have quite enough oo its hands with from a rill a!\ S'i\4'!!! 1_ : _.Tr.e'l! '.1 : 'af"st'i1!
. ;
; ,It'V I I M' W L.YANCY.Padacab Ky..writes-"I had out attempting to'naose 11 r. 1lcliinley's
j \' lI e t ( ? a severe case oi kidney disease and three ol the nUl Bcfile i c?; :ittr_# to 6ie Sstisfafia! !
.I J ; ,' i II!I best of southern Kentucky treated I successor. Diseased ,
i physicians _
\ I, i 1'' ?I me I was induced ::.: cr: "_ __" .. .dALL
.. I 1' i ('' 1 r i1 i r 1' I toley's Kidney Cure. The first bottle gate >;
i' 1 I I.. 1 r tt* li permanently.immediate 'eliel I gladly!and three recommend bottles tins cure wonderful I A SUPERB GRIPPE CURE. Liver r1i: ( :U i'

remedy" !t Johnson's Tonic is a superb :grippe J
cure. Drives out every trace of (rip t r:x;arx ,/ JAMES F. BAJ. RO, SllotsV.. .
BANNER SALVE is the great healer. I
Poison from the system Does it 5WWOG< } >?'O:*<4 ?i X" >e* XKv>:;' )i

i r; I quick. Within an hour it enters the --- -----

j Sold by Geo. W. Price. I blood of and the begins poison.to neutralize Within a the day effects it Sold by Geo. W. Price.

places a gripvictimbe\ondlhe poiutof
u I danger. Within a week rudilv =
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; cheeks attest return of perfect tr-T._T,T.t.S<'t.",''t'I't YJT,!-r",tM T.:>t.I..t.T.t.YooY'r.1',T,'!..t;'"ii..t t3'S!T>'T<"t;'""
: j BUIE'S SAW MILL health. Trice Me if it cures. Ask for .
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i Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic. I
.. Ji Take nothing els.. 1901rnarMy I t'I I I 6 ,_ I
Four Miles West of Lake City. The

I First-class Yellow Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part I WANTED Reliable man for .I I Offers to both s'xesa good em.
of the City on short notice. Address Manager of Branch Office we wish to FloridaAgricutura cation .ilung the lines of
open in this icinity. If your record .
S. P. BUIE, LAKE CITY, FLA. I is O. K. here is an opportunit3' Kind Modern! 1 hJughaM >IctlV'I p..
I ly give good reference when writing. ;, !
: I1 ___ _ ---- |THE A.T.MORRIS 'HOLESAL:110CSE = = Scientii! '. Litcrar\, Hilitarr isi
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I ClXCINNATTI, 01110.i Industrial IXu-trtmeats. Most
'-1 i P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR { Illustrated catalogue cts etamps. College. compk-tc outlit of apparatus. Er >
i >ense;: reduced to a miniiic .

,i ilt i Short-hai.d, Tolesjraphy, BookI .
ki epiuu. t:iiisilit I'HFE.
j I I ; 1 Scud fur .1 Ifatalogue to

I '} ...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... I llnOKEf: .. I I II II \y, F'. YO'Lake'l"M,Pres. .

t Lake City. Rla.o .9.<4"lJl.." 1<."'I'. ;:F"1'.jJ.r'.'$ 1:.1 ,"W::.W.' iIJ.mmiif.(
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r f \\1 ORJ\lISr 1 <
{Asa Gt. }1gF. a I m f.r i
M.WM :is t<' .[t Q ally. Attorney. At Law. cbftQ2n

11 t, jiFor 20 Yesrs Has Led all W&no, : Remedies.: i80Z 1s. \ ,! LAKE CITY, FLORID
:23 BY XLZJT :ISJEitTCarCilSTPrepared ti1
\1\ by-*A BALLARD St. Louds.( Nail rs
JAS F. .
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f. | 1AU. J. L. NIBLACK
r Sold by Geo. W. Price. '

t c I =:..._ I Residence Phone No- 41.
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f Headquarters at WISLS rHusstore.<<: 1:1m..s.a1e"

: Nashville Gliauanojga <&< St. LoUis RU.0 I lrowl.tly 11t atLc.ldd here sill to.be

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M: Western and Atlantic R'y A Bona=Fide Salary. I
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$12 Weekly.
I v "Battefields Line" ,
i'I Men and women to appoint agents anil
t tr j, represent us. some tit travel other tod
i To Chattanooga. Nashville Louisulle. Cincinnati,Chicago. St. Louis. Metir lis and all tor local work. ?!'.' weekly salary amexptuies. Lake ( Bottlii !
r .! joints West For rat:s and schedules write toG Old established hou'tpieasdnt y 1,1 jj

E.HAaIl. N.G. P. A.,Atlanta.Ga. T. M. DOYLE, F. P. A., Jacksonville, Fl a. advancement permanent and increae positions ot, raj'i
i wagl"Write r
I at once Address It t i
1 .
d7 Dept .:. NEW HiVti.CONS.: : t t t

:;;. Fire Storm, Tornado and Cyclone insurance.BEST I I' IX- I"


+ t ) Cool Drinks, Fruits, Vegeb- j

: Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. Ollice upstairs in the rear of rli'e's1/rn'; S111, y.,. 5>
Office Storii. rues:: I'ltv.Fi A .r S
: Upstair.-- Vinzant Block. 'I :
g >, bles, Tobaccos, Cigars: ; .
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Chalker & Small I
: Jasper Fla. I Lake City.Fla. : \\'i .. Nuts, Raisins, Apples;
11 'I'' ATTORNEYS- LAW. f't\ And Fine Candies, lj

I Will do a general practice in State and
Carriage Maker
and Undertaker
: O l Federal courts. Collections and conveyanc Soda \Vater, Sarsaparilla, t/-awberr>% Ginger An*,
ing. Lake City office- Second floor Vin
? Coffins and ant Block d1St99-lyr. Seltzer Cider, Etc. .;...'
; Caskets always on hand at reasonable price* Prompt .
I attention to CALLS Day or Night. Telegraphic orders promptly attended '
Geo. J. Davis
t. Manager

Attorney at Law and Solicitor g
i i in Chancery. ,
: jlt

Special attentlo i given to Commercial col
lections aid ,
execution of Deeds .
I Mortgages and all other Legal thermometer will Soon he climbing:to the Sum- ..
J papers. Olllre: 11/3 Her- tner heat mark. You will soon be wUhmg you could
gfLi : nando street. contrive You can.to. get along without that awfully but range. Wj
I near Baptist Church. .

1 I TRY-A BLUE F J.ME., .:

% I i i
JT. B, OLIVER, Blue Flame makes an ideal heat for cooking quick 4
I convenient and economical We have Stove you want t1
|II ATTORNY-AT-L.AW. It costs but little and is a great labor saving! device
All sizesw itn or without cooking utensils. .
j e, Buggies and Wagons for sale and Huiit to Order. General Repair- :COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS i {
rai s specialty. All work guaranteed. carriage material for sale also I, A SPECIALTY. #. .
agent-tor Marble Monuments and Grave Stones. O .
l Office: Marion street. np stairs over Mrs.
g J. A. :FIST-IEB, o ,,T.Boozer A.Perry A.Callaway.i ,building. formerly occupied, by ] t

113-117 HAMILTONSTR.: LAKE CITY, FLA.PPI O t I tion.Practice to all in liusines.all State Mortgages Courts.prompt and attei Deeds- : Try You ;'
I drawn and acknowledgements taken. -

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