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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: July 19, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00065510:00032
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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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co .,Ea1&b. 1886 f Aug.24,1900 L'AKE CITY FLA. FRIDAY .
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JULY 19, 1901. Vol. XXV-II. No. 36

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15 AGAINST CARRYING PIS- anal t rz 5-'-
courts of ,
record and
o'. TOLS. county deputy sheriffs, constables and police before such shall be liber-
... courts have been established. I person at fects will incapacitate them as successful "
In officers_ are .allowed to have and I
such counties all such ty to carry around with him on his teachers or seriously interfere -
ingare the laws passed by information shall be indictmentsand carry on their person, concealed or person such pistol, Winchester rifle j with their becoming such. ?t. ;
transmittedand
y jstlegislature relative to'car- certified to the criminal otherwise, without giving- bond,,.any. or other repeating rifle; provided, RKO. 5. No person is entitled to '
-, ;:concealed weapons. They of record or to the courts deadly'w apon. that nothing in this act shall be construed I enter the State Normal School on '
'be. posted in every reader's trial. county court'for Sec. 2. %AH laws and_ parts .of laws to alter, affect or amend any I scholarship appointment or other-

tfor.reference and strictly en- Sec 3., Every in conflict with this act are hereby laws now in force in this state, or wise, whose scholarship qualifications
;; person convicted in
-'Jby the officers.r court in this repealed. which may be hereafter.enacted relative fall below the requirements fora
any
..E Chapter 4928-No. 42.Ad having. state, said court Sec 3. This act shall take effect to carrying concealed weaponson teacher's third grade certificate in
'' regular: or
'' Provide for' the EffectualJVljqroui special prose- immediately upon its passage and or about one's this
to cuting officer, shall person. state. (In case there shall be
Prosecution of the of- fee of $10 which pay a conviction approval by the governor. Approved May 9,1901. only one applicant in a county for
shall be taxed as Approved May 30, 1901.
7of Carrying Arms
Secretly. scholarship
appointment
and
costs in addition to the other be. =
, enacted by the Legislature ofi'State'of costs Chapter 4923-No. 4-3. shall hold
Tl I and fines a teacher's legal certifiCate -.
imposed; .provided, how- Chapter 4\2'J-No.. An Act to Prohibit the Carrying of '
-..... Florida. ever where the party convicted is An Act to Amend Section 1 of Chap Concealed Weapons in This State j I other than a temporary, issued
1"./;That from and after the insolvent and unable to pay the costs ter 4147 of the Laws of the Stateof and to Provide a Penalty There- j I in this state, the scholarship may be: -.
'of tbis act the several grandjtheIi and conviction fee, that Florida, Entitled an Act to Regulate for. awarded without an examination., =r
no I
,, respective counties shall attach liability the Carrying of Firearms, Be it enacted by the Legislature of 1-lEG:6. Before the first payment,
I to or incurred the j
by Approved June 2 1893.
,
i indictments and the seve the State of Florida. < of scholarship money hall be made _
I respective counties for suob conviction I Be it enacted
in their by the Legislature of I Section !I to he
attorneys respec- fee herein 1. That whoever bhall secretly : any appointee hlll..ign and;
'tfrcuiu. may file information Approved. provided. I the State of Florida: carry arms of any kInd on or i I file,with the principal of the State)
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I May 1001.
Section 1. That section 1 I
of
t t partlei'for carrying any pis- chan i. about his person, or whoever shall Normal School, to be by him filed U
: .r,1. dirk or other deadly Chapter 49'? -No. 43. ter 4147 of the Laws of the State of have concealed on or about his per-j! the office of the State Superintend-! '

i'except a common pocket- An Act Allowing all Sheriffs, Deputy Florida, being an act entitled an act son, any dirk, pistol, metallic knuckles -,i i ent of Public Instruction, a written

etlypnor.about their. per Sheriffs, eon tables and Police Officers to regulate the carrying of firearms, slug bhot, billie or other weapon, 'j: agreement binding himself or heri -' '
;,?? '* to Have and Carry Weapons be amended so as to read as follows: except a common pocket knife, shall, I i I self to teach in the public schools of'

.l-thit all such indictments Otherwise Upon Their, Without Persona, Concealed,or That'in each and every county in upon conviction, be punished by imprisonment 'this state, health permitting, for at' _
h Giving Bond. this state it shall
be
Don shall be by the clerk Be it enacted by the Legislature of unlawful to of not less than three least four years of the six years next f
ult. court transmitted and the Stateof Florida: carry a pistol, Winchester or otherrapeating months nor exceeding six months or succeeding the expiration of the

:tn the county judge for Section 1. That from and after rifle without first taking! by fine of not less than $100 nor exceeding scholarship, or to refund'to the state

j spun counties! where crira the passage of this act, all sheriffs, out a license of from the respective the County counties Commissioners &JOO, or by both such fine and I the money. received from_said scbol.irshin. -

imprisonment; provided, that nothing I
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-- act be considered asi Any scholarship student v< _
applying to sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, ;|i entering after the beginning, or
city or town constables or United States marshal I month, or being irregular in attendance -

or their deputies. I without sufficient excuse, shall

BUNGLES The carrying of concealed weapons I j be paid scholarship allowance only

is hereby declared a breach of the i for the portion of such month. be or
: peace, and any officer authorized to I j, she attended the school

make arrests under the laws of this !I i RRG. g. Scholarship appointee '

state is hereby authorized to make I'j'I shall be subject to all rules and .

arrests without warrant, of persons I,, ulations of the State Normal School ,

violating the provisions of this act. i j!},I as other students, and scholarship ,
B BOILS Sec. 2. That all laws or parts of. may be cancelled by the State Boardof
j laws in conflict with this act be, and :;'' Education for irregular atteiri4 _

the same are hereby repealed. j ance for other, deficiency sufficient in reasons.school work, or '

Approved Mav 31, Hlpl. C. L. HAVES, -

:: CMS ,OF BAD BLOOD % BEST LINIMENT FOR STRAINS.Mr. I 9&F'uniak Principal Springs State, Fla.Normal, July School., 1001. .
F. II. Wells" the
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1 Thew is a popular belief that every boil is worth G4 Deer Park, Long Island, 1;. Y., says: > WHITE MAN TURNED YELLOW. '
Great
"I always recommend Chamberlain's | consternation was felt
by
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, dimes its weight in gold, and the sufferer ., Pain Balm as the best liniment for the friends of if. A. Hogarty, of

cO" y/even cheerfully, endures. the pain under the strains. I used it last winter for a I Lexington; Ky., when they saw he --

:'idea that these little, tormentors are health severe from lameness a strain in, and the side was,greatly resulting | was turning yellow. His skin slowly '
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_..c ;; that they thin the blood when too thick, pleased with the quick relief and | changed color, also- his eyes, and 3
ap-and cool it when too hot or too ricl On \ cure it effected. For sale .by G. \V. ; he suffered terribly. His malady was ,
[yellow jaundice. lie
--' Prlct''druggit. i was treated by sx '.
:--/i boils and carbuncles are evidence of blood the' best doctors, but wihout benefit. _
';;or. fearfully depraved 'condition of that fluid FREE SCHOLARSHIP EX- 1 TllPn hf wail advised to fro Electric
/ I j I |Hitters, the wonderful stomach and
"' i.nay.be no external evidence of bad blood until AMINATIONS. i.lh'erremetly 1 1RKUULATIO.V and he writes: "After
of 7J tl"u' { taking two bottles' I was wholly
lays in motion the
.: spring set sluggishand j ii cured." A trial proves its matchless
the unable 1. The principal of i merit for all
pent-up impurities, to escape j I stomach, liver and kidney -
the State Normal .School shall give i troubles. Only 50c. Sold
the
by
:. natural outlets, gather near the surface of ample notice to all county superin- I Geo. W. Price, druggist.
and a Carbuncle or a Boil is the result. When the blood is burdened with an tendents of the state of a uniform !'L' A number of r

...i>amount of.. this impure the Boils come in greater number, eat deeper into the date for holding competitive exam- i |graduated from a young Chicago ladies cooking have ;

g flesh, and, being matter 'always located on a bed of nerves, cause the mostweriog. inations for scholarships in said| school and have gone home to teach

,> Robust and apparently healthy people are subject to Boils, and there is school. Each superintendent in !I 11, their mothers.

.some.hidden agency at work within the blood and system that will eventually turn shall advertise the time, place :

l the health, but those whose constitutions are broken down by previous sickness and purpose of said the'examination circu-in a I! WHAT TWO CENTS WILL DO. rIt
newspaper having largest will bring relief to sufferers
.... loses, are most often the unhappy victims of Boils and Carbuncles. Exposure to lation in the county, or by posting at from asthma or consumption', even'
ly malaria! destroys the red corpuscles and reduces the blood to such a weak and five conspicuous places in different i in the- wurs cases. This is afoot'i

."condition: that it succumbs to' the boil-producing poisons, and the pale and sallow parts of the county, for at least two j what one dose of Foley's Honey and
is weeks prior to said examination. i iRFXJ. 1{Tar costs. Isn't it worth a trial G.
.r _VI sufferer continually nursJLUfU'VL W. Price.
BOILS.
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2. Questions for said competitive -
I.I.IoaU. a tMldeat of IL'&elmg: oue or more of these fir B. V. Pratt, Cave $. 0., uyi examinations shall be uni- j
.. wt "a. 8. S. GlUed feverish and painful eruDFOI': twenty year I WM affllCUd witt I, Every time you pick up a newspaper -
sari+aels on my neck { toils and carbuncles part of the time form for all counties, shall be pre- nowadays you ar-- sure to read
..a tr'*lad been unable to tions. A harmless Boil issometimes being unable to work or sleep. Several pared by the principal of the Nor- i oianother'rich strike 11 Texas. :'z
soon I began doctors treated me and I tried numerous t
.. L 1 Yu relieved of pain the precursor of blood remedies, but received no mal school and by him sent to county tz
.... ftrtmaele got entirely dreaded Cancer and too benefit. During the summer of 1BA81 superintendents under seal and A POOR MILLIONAIRE .
?J* "}?**, gonad and was persuaded to try B. 8. 8. A few Lately starved in London because
evidence of bottle cured ma entirely and I nave shall not be opened except in the I
I'i !!! today through often the best a I he
could not digest his food.
-=- ta 65 y'.*z. oU." had no return of these painful peeU. presence of the examinees at the Early
deranged condition of the use of Dr.
time and place advertised for the King's New Life Pills f
_'. chronic liver trouble, brought on by lack of nutritious blood; or it"may develop examination. All instructions for would have saved him. They

wing abscess or ugly eating sore, causing years of suffering, and often terminating the conduct of the examination sent tion strengthen, promote the assimilation stomach, ,aid improve diges- .

T..,.To seek relief from the inflammation and pain produced by these terrifying erup- with the questions by the principal if appetite. Price ::k. Money back -

*rengH the application of local remedies is natural and right, but this method of ,must be rigidly complied with. Price not, druggist.satisfied. Sold by Geo.. W.

*_ jtes.not prevent others coming or bring the slightest relief to the disease-burdened, REG. 3. The said examination Scientists
questions shall embrace, all the sub- now tell us that the theory -
-Poisoned blood. Only a.thorough regeneration and building up of the depreciated'bring jects, omitting pedagogy, required that hot baths are cooling, and ;

.' about a lasting cure of Carbuncles and Boils and prevent their reappearance. for.a teacher's third grade certificate I, cold baths are the opposite, is all

:t .-.8*"restores to the old blood all its lost properties, re-invigorating and giving it the in this state, and the answers I I nonsense. It certainly was a fooL

'.rid color that only pure, fresh blood can have, and through this new ,blood strengthand shall be graded by the .county superintendent j theory., .

vigor comes to the bodily organs; the,skin resumes its and school board...or by
persons appointed by them ..'-. .
-whatever character taken General "
are Debility
functions and impurities
UEG'I,\The=scholarship halTbe
.up and filtered out of the system in nature's way. awarded to that applicant;,between Day In and out there Is that feeling of
.s. S. S.is made exclusively of roots and herbs selectedfor IS and 2J years of age whose examination -, I,sre.iaceae tttat laafcsa a burden ItaeU.Mii '
grades moral 'character, Fund duce not titrcDeotbeD. .
their wonderful purifying and tonic properties: Jt cures habits, physical condition and manifest does not refresh.

blood poison diseases of all kinds,whether acute or chronic- adaptability for Reaching. indi .. It Is hard to do, bard to bear, what
the '
have been in the blood cate greatest probability of.eucj should be easy,-vitality is on the tbblIL4I
No matter how long the poison may j cess as a teacher Persona; may be the whole fyttt-ui guflers.
1. faultless circulation and healthy body excluded from the comuetition whose o For ttla condition tab
woves vestige of it thus insuring! a
every known habits, physical
moral
or.
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e subject to boils or any skin eruption, old sores or:ulcers, are asked to write our -_ Hood's Sarsaparilla =

all about their disease, and any information or advice wanted will be cheerfully --CAll9TORZ .. ---t.It vitalizes the bluud, gives vigor and tons -
gt.venV1thout: cost ;'to the patient whatever. A valuable book on Blood lean flu.." 111I nine Yff1 rats AII.ys to all tbe organs and functions, lUll it
1 any 'j positively nitfiqniillKl tor all run-down. orHuutfi'a

Jtl t sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC. CO:. Atlanta. fiCARBUNCLES. *rtz&#% %C 1'1 dibllitattd hUll U1ol1luIIL cur cuuUuuo. 2}ecu*. ...'

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an individual doing: business under a '

ri firm name is not necessarily holdingout NOPICE. ,

to the world that the business .
+ .hereby that the following described ,0::
/ "K i- given land will be Mu :
was that of a firm, nor is there anyl'rtlJulUl.H' NiTTI uU the Ur-.tMoad.ir. the M d" ot Auf: u.t. A. li. IJI'I. at the court t illit..
A good looking latin of Lake City in the county or Colu.nbia..tate ut Klxrida. --.r.
l | n either of law of fact bone and loo- .or o mid i
or poor <> will be necessary to pay the amount due tor tan herein ...t opposite ttn ,,
/ uch tog bcreeia to the .& .', sale and .ue iiiIe. a
that :|nd.Jidui! !had a partner in wont kind of a cum- '.rave with the cost ot such advertising. '
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to constitute
OWNKK. DY.5CRIPrIOS'I
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and price a partnership; sj as to bar EurekaHarness I Ben AII.ln1'._ __ ---a'..oflot.,o. 31 ne div__ '-.. ...
J exemption, it must be shown that i Burton, Mrs E P.Bartleson __ --- .II,of lot No. 2 western div _: ...

I, more than one wa conducting OH' gag I W iC-- lot ::o. 44 suit'- in lot No. 6t) south .u- .)1.tt

person not only make,the harner.nd of q S & I''. nwdiv . < _
i 1' V1 \ -I the business. ('01. R. \\", \V1- bone lout betwr, bat nu>k UMi 1 Barber G WoO-" .- ---- ot Xo. 57 ne div *l:, acres less a stri --i

7s I \ \ \ \ 1 Hams, of Tallahassee, representedthe 1uthersof.nd diuun to pliable last.-Lake,pun It In M coo-1 toot off n end 105 ft n&s by 2lu ft e&* ..' .:;..;-.

1 C, B. Rogers Company.The as tt ordinarily would. : Brown Caroline.-.---. 51k I. nw div ';. acre. ._ ._ .-. :.. IIi!
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faliSTSSV Byrd \V A------------. Lot ::{). H'ln divE : :: 1tP
importance of this in : : .
IT MAKES WOMEN HAPPY. I the fact that it will hereafter case was be \f i, STANDARD 1 Baja }... heirs of __ i of lot N.). 7'> ne div .--.----.lii..-.1 Iii]
I o1LGo. swtaioflotN.t'2di e iliv
*l bad beep a sufferer for many yearsfromnervottstiess known as e" \\' ".. of lotNj. ...- 31
with.all-its-symptoms' I a-| eading.ca under the 1.- : 27 nw div :
and complication writes Mrs. (L.. N. i j"xisting Federal bankruptcy law. No Olivia'J acres uT se. end of Lit No 3iJ s div : ::::_ _- '.

Fiber, of 1861 Lexington Ave., Ntw York, :i I case exactly in point is to be fOl n 1 Iots No S) in Ilk :! and II'. and 11 : !
N. Y. -I was constantly going to see a physician Your I l I and 12 in Mk -I.. t of a in e cor of
or purchasing medicine. My husband in the authorities. The brief of the ; 1 lot Kit. 322 II div .. .
Horse ...
Favorite at last induced me to try Dr. Pkrce's bankrupt's attorney, indeed, was a ,r ,i Campbell Robert____ ':. a in b'Sc D iu Clije's aJJition in n .

bottle and Prescription.following: your After advice taking I was one so based upon reason and logic rather Chance l,4 div and lyinjj-beUveeu FC&PR '

encouraged that I took five more bottles of than upon the citation of author- II and Wahinsrtoa St _._ "'. -
'Favorite Prescription. I continued taking Croft, T PMrs.-_nu. Part of lot :-o. 312 w div, bounded r --'---8
ities.
it and felt that I was improving faster by Madison bt, e by Joe Robinson, ., :.

than at first I am not now cross and irritable j s by Orange stand II F Rogers___ .;
We sincerely hope Explorer Pearyi ...
I and I have a good color in my face ; A GREAT. ENTERPRISE.v. I Cannon E. elroLt Xo. 44 ne div.... ".."_. -
' have also gained ten ponnds In weight i will manage to rescue some of the Dickson Wm-- S i of lot No. 43 di _
and thousand ne v. ._ ..._:::: .1
one for I ;
pounds of omforl,
am a new woman once more, and your The board of trustees of the Inter- i relief expeditions that have started Davis Laura..____-_-- Part of lot No. 9 to n div beginning at

advice and lour''Favorite Prescription' is nal Improvement Fund of the State out to look for him. the<< ive cor and runs n on Taylor -
the cause Ci I Florida the Tallahasseean I at 55i ft, thence east 103 ft thence
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says Those famous little pills, DeWitt' s 55| ft, thence w loa ft to pt of

i have just completed a contract of i Little Early Risers, compel your Korr__ _.._ __ .__ __.. __ ___
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sale of a large body of land lying ,j liver and bowels to do their duty, also s>". of the nwJi lot No 96 n "" '-'" I rr''

3 south of Township 52, in the vicinity thus giving you pure rich blood to du..un.u -"-' -. _h'_,. _.h_ 2."
of the Thousand Islands for the ; recuperate your body. Are easy to E Coat Lumber Co_. Jot P w div 11 ia w div___. .. ---_ .....::-.' lIti
pur- )| take. Never gripe A. R. Wise. Funk Y, Mrs______..__ Fart of lot No. 122 n diy beginning mss
pose of reclaiming and draining, ; at stake >;.
a at corner of R Rand :
I fly31rc which will result in a great improve-J i f' Pat Crowe is in South Africa. 5th st runs s : .Jj ft. thence e 1231 r

:j of that section of the state, and will I Kitchener had better be careful ft, thence n 345 ftthence w 123>. -

with his it kid- I on R R st to beginning .. _:-. ,
of
benefit or --- --- -
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prove vast to the whole army may h' "- Iii
I I First _..... jot No.
M &: Sons 257 eastern div __ _
HI state, as it1 causes. large capitalists: I i napped. Foster Charlie. .___u.-li of undivided interest in S v > of lot-- -h U
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| to become interested in Florida. J! Business men who lack the vim, No. 2 It is expected that at least a mil ; Foster Arnett_--.-.____ of undivided interest ii se'I. of ,
; j snap and vigor they once had, should lot Xo. 24 div ... .
( nw .
lion dollars ._.
will be !i
/ expended in the I use Heroine, it will purify the blood, n. g
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Gauldin, A heirs of. Part. of lory 2J, central div; be.
SAY immediate ..future 1n J strengthen and invigorate the
((1 the drainage sys i ginning at a point 65 ft s of theRe
tem. Price 50 cents. G. \\ Price.
and reclamation of the land and the corner, runs w 90 ft, then s 4i

erection of plants for various manufacturing j I ft, then w 12<) ft, then s IOj ft.
Those who lire farms
on are especially -
I then el0 ft, then n in ft U. .
enterprises which will lead
i i ,; liable to many accidental point of beg----------------- .. ._.___ 7'j
\ to the cultivation of a large area of cuts, burns and bruises. which heal i j I Green Ft M, nil Lovier n..

AN IMPORTANT CASE. i land at present unfit for any use, \ rapidly when Ballard's Snow Liniment -'i Agt.Gomcn.:.-.__..__-- ._ Lots l 34 and 35 .Ovdlr'h_ -1:;_

I and afford employment to hundredsand j jI, is applied. Price 25 and 50c.: A--------------- Lot No. 81 n dir-- -- .- ._....._ urI ,

4 A legal decision which is of great perhaps thousands of people. I! G. W. Price. I1ard.m J P.n.__. _--. W) of lot Su. :hr div -- _... .-__ --.ltl
; IHaTrilMarit.e: K nf Irit Vn. 4 importance in practically every The enterprise is as yet in its in- The commissioner of Agricultureis Hancock M.___. Lot-No. 249 central div__u.._ -- -_ : _:::: :3t;

nook and corner of the United States cipiency, and the plans are not readyto of the opinion that the drouth in Hudson. Lucy.... .-. Fart of lot No. % n div. Begins 55; .- :
has been handed down the United be made ft n of sw corner .E :-,
by public, but when they the west will not seriously injure the runs n on Tay -

States Circuit Court of Appeals from are the people of the state will be corn: crop. I lor st 551 ft, then.e 103ft, then :
S51. ft. then w lift ft to i>t of be :
the
Fifth Federal circuit
bittinfatNew surprised at the magnitude of the I i I I J "
glOnlOg'h.___ __. ___ _
It is easier = r
well
Orleans, La., in a case originating undertaking. To the members of to keep than get Huchingson C J. heir --

in Tallahassee. The case is one the Board Trustees great credit is i cured. DeWitt's Little Early Risers of.m.___.u.-- .uu Lot No. 2!< nw div--- h'h_-___ ._ .u_._..._\I!
taken now'and then will
.always Hunter L L
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growing out of the present national due for the ,
consummation of an en- I keep your bowels in perfect order. ter agt____'-:1_.__m >(3 ft on east side of lot No. 83 n div __u..u.i
t bankruptcy law and its -
prosecution terprise osuch far-reaching benefit They never gripe, but promote an' Also lot No. 54 central div_ _____. .._ _._..Itl;
i to what is thought to be a final ad- :'I to the state. : ,| easy, gentle action. A.. R. Wise. i Hammock B'H-------- E i of lot No. 69 ne div--------------- ._--.--_. 39I'! ;

judication of the point involved, __ -. -' _\lsoswt.ioflotNo. )jea8t'o.dir ___.__..: 3:1_
amounting to a precedent for the i Anyone who desires a city directory The best ad the Buffalo show baa Hadley S IL___ '''I._ N !f of the nw!; of lot No. 79 n dir-_ ._____._. Ht"

future, is due to Hon. Geo. B. Per- I I of 1809 can secure one free of yet had was the suicide of a man Henry Ida.uh.-. l i of a in blk D n div bounded on the ';

I I who ended his life because he couldn'tget nbyFC&FRRe Dy John Col-
kins, of Tallahassee, attorney for I charge by calling at Wise's drug- 'J
man, s by Robert
Campbell and
the bankrupt. I i| store. there. : Wilson: Bros,.w by Lee Thigpen __ 'i I B

The facts and the rulings of this I i' "I wish to I Jones Alex__________._ nw I'j of lot No. 113 n div __________ .-.._h-: 'olio
widely interesting Good heavy buggy, wide seat, used I' truthfully state to you Johnson Handle. --.-_ Lot No. 70nw div.u .___ __ .._ __.... 'U
t case may be about a year and a half; one McClel- and the'reader;; of these few lines ,Also lot F nw div.___.__ ____ ___. .____.:_.ai41
briefly stated as follows: lan saddle and set of new harness for j that your Kodol Dyspepsia. Cure is Johnson Luvenia.____ E X of the e >i ('i a) in blk D n div. h _... n.,
Two years ago Richard B. Carpenter sale j without question, the best and only Johnson Laura-.-___ .. N1. Iot96n diy.m__ .
a former Major 01 Tallahassee, cheap. J. F. CANOVA. cure for dyspepsia that I have ever Kirby Wallace_ ___ -_ LotI! No. 49 and 50 ne diy__.__umu.- .----00.-__ __00 _.
come in contact with and I have Livingston Henry S }: of the ne U of lot No. OOndiyu_.__ 'liD
and latterly merchant of this i I All who have i iI I --
a not
city, persons paid city j I used many other, Lovier Mrs K H. R O .

was individually adjudged a bankrupt I I taxes on personal property are requested i! John Beam West preparations'1 Loner agt._. ---. Lots os. 04 and oo w dif .. .. I
'n. -00--- -- ---
a and thereupon'Carpenter surren- to do so at once. After the preparation equals Levingston L...._ E !i of lot No. 32 ne div.u..._. __._ ..
dered a stock of merchandise which first 6f August they will be turned Cure, as it contains all the natural lasoJiclIaU (col).- .- -NTw '4 of lot No. 100 e div____.___...-.00.______= m.
digestants- will digest all kindsof I.Moodie Roxie.Mattox .___ .. .. Sw of lot
4 No. 44 central division ._ .__ S.
t had been held and dealt in by him over to the marshal for collectionand food and. can't help but do you Annie, Porter w.

under the business name of the Red there will be an additional cost. good. A. R.:Wise. Mattox agt.m..h. Sw ?4 of 1019 n div__.._____ _._. __ ___.m.. 8 j1i'

Grocery Company. From this stock W. J. EDWARDS, City Tax Collector. I I Also lot No. 13 nw div._:. ____ .....-... 5Z!
Mr. Carpenter claimed his exemp- I The foreign troops are slowly leaving :1lcDonaldFlora._.___. NI''a.of.neJ4' of lot No. 96 n div-.u_. mm_' :

tion of $1,000, under the constitutionof $100 Reward.-I will.. pay one hundred i i Pekin, but many officers anticipate McElroyG A__-._----. ". til, 63,64, 66, ne -__ m' .___.__._ 3 :

Florida dollars for the capture, together ;l I trouble which will necessitate Also blk B ((14 acres) tied div- ._- ._ __.u__
he being the head of a with information sufficient their return. icN'ei1Jf, :.Ir.... ...... NI of lot No. 119 n div__ __.__ ___ ___. .__ n__. Jif
to
-.--' family in convict > I Niblack L & S..__ __. i.
residing this
i state, which I __ -- Lots Nos. 280, 281, 288, 289 e diy------ ._.. ---1
!i claim the trustee in bankruptcy the thief and would-be murderer !| IT DAZZLES THE w WORLD I Perry F-----------------S 3 3'of lot No. 31 ne dbhhu.m. ._._.m. 19e
allowed. who burned Mrs. Baya'e. residence i j Perry J W.Uh.h__.- cor of lot No, 19 central div 42 ft

3 The wholesale and everything I had and Came near I j No discovery has: ever created one n and s by 117 ft e and w__ __ -.. .. ...... 3(
large firm incorpo- : j i 1, quarter of the excitement "that has Perry netta, J W Per

j- rated as the C. B. Rogers Company burning my family this! morning at 2 I j, been caused by Dr. King's New Discovery ry guardian_-__-_ _. -Part of lot No. 16 central div, beginning 'J
o'clock.: This the 11th i .
day of .,
of Jacksonville July, for Consumption. Its
a creditor of Mr. sever- j at the ne cor runs w 80! ft
i Carpenter, filed exceptions to the 1901. GEO. W. LAND. ; est tests have been on hopeless victims i then s Ite ft, then e 80 ft, then n
of consumption, pneumonia, 103 t'to pt of :s'
beginning--------a
E report of the trustee allowingtbe/ You Know What You are Taking I hemorrhage, pleurisy and bronchitis, Roberson V E heirs of Part of lot No. 10 c div beginning at 1._..

1 exemption claimed in such goods, on When you take Grove's Tasteless thousands of whom it has restored to a point 105 ft s of the of the n*

the ground that an individual doing Chill Tonic because the formula is r perfect health. For coughs, colds, cor and runs e 103 ft, then s 2,6\
a business I asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarsenessand ft then w 103 ft
f under a firm name was in plainly printed on every bottle to pt of begin
effect holding out to the world ing that it is simply iron and whooping cough it is the quickest ning------------ _--_ .-._-00 _--_.- 10
p that in a tasteless form. No cure SbO\\-1 surest cure in the. world. It is Roberson Stephen._.-. :Se '1 4 of lot No. 104 n niv._ _h__ ___. .___n... 9- ,,
such! individual had a partner, and ;50 cents. sold by Geo. W. Price, who guaran- Roberson. Joseph_____ Part of lot No. 333 s div bounded n .
j hence said goods were partnership tees satisfaction or refunds money. I by Tony Franklin. e by -\lachua
I II Large bottles 50c and $1. Trial bot- : st, s by H A Wilson 1
goods, from which the exemption ; Each year every local paper give ties w by J.H
free. 1 .
j Baker-------- : ... t
..
S t allowed by the Florida constitution !'I from $5(O to 11,000 in free lines for the i Scott S a __ ..___._ \V t/ a in sw e--.O Lbr .- could not be claimed. Under the laws 1 benefit of the community in which it I The'records show that the long hot '.Also -
'I I s Ja of lot No 109 n div_ ____ __ __ --
of Florida, exemptions cannot be 'is located. No other agency can spell has greatly retarded the mar Thompson S B, Assignee 41

claimed in partnership property.The will do'this. The editor in propor-orI I riage license business all over the A B Hart__. S}i of e i of lot No. 30 nw div 33,_5 '
-
matter came 'for a hearing tion to his does I I acres-----------------------------
up country.
means than
more any J Also e Js of lot No. 63 50-100 acres _..._ ii.
3 upon the creditor's exception before other man. He ought to be I Also
support- 'i
LOOK! A STITCH IN TIME acre center of lot No. 114Bdiv .3

the referee in bankruptcy in January ed,not because you like him, or ad- Saves ,nineHughes' ..-- __ _____ ._ ._..... ..
Tonic
1 1900, and the referee ruled that the mire his writings, but because a local I I pleasant), taken in early Spring(taste and Also'H >4 acre in blk E bounded e .

goods were partnership goods, and paper is the best investment a Fall prevents chills, dengue and malarial -i w by by A Alfred Wilson Hall, 8 by Jefferson st,

sustained the exception of the C. B. community can make. Today the fevers. Acts on the liver, tones lot n div -lOOacre n___by_._Croom's_ ___. .... a dj
up the system. Better than calamel''Unknown.._.____ ____. Sw ---
Rogers
Company. editor of a local paper does more ,14 of lot No. 35 ne div.__ .. 1
I and quinine. Contains no arsenic. | Unknown_ ____. :._._ _. 2
I acres in
Upon the Review of ne of lot
such : cor
No. !
ruling by work for less money than any other Guaranteed, try it. At druggists.50c : Unknown.__._______ ___ Fract of lot No. : 249 e --Ii
285 div_.. .
Hon. Charles Swayne, United States man on earth. Patronize and *1 bottles. Unknown__ __ e -
your home aprlJ'OI I W ISII.
-- >i of lot No. .
---- 121 n div.. .. .. .. --
District -
Judge for the Northern District paper, not as a charity but as an investment. Unknown..-__------ ._ In bite 325s div lots 1,6 3---------- .
-
r of Florida, the ruling of the .-Extract from a speech,, Thirteen Macon school teachersare Unknown ..__ ._--_ _.. LotNo.5ti ne div------------------, .'.- '.----
to get married this ) Unknown.__ .. .... S i --
I of lot No.
-
# referee was affirmed, and Carpenter, made by U. S. Senator David Davis summer. Unkno ---- Ill n div !
the There's that unlucky number gain.. -n----------. __ Xw!4 of lot No. 100 n .a----------4. _. .. -
bankrupt, was adjudged not of Illinois. j Unknown --- -- ---
en- i i ---___.-----__ Lot No. 28 nw div--------------_ .- S
---
titled to the exemption claimed and This Unknown.--- .. Sw': of lot '
is the season of the when --- No.iO nw div------ -
-- _. year Unknown.____..__ -- J5j
allowed by the trustee. 'I -- -- -- the .Sw Af of lot No. 53 central div ,. 8
prudent housewife all the i -
These adverse cans Unknown___._____.. -. Xe}' of lot Xo.I .... !
f rulings, however, fruit she can can. Unknown.hu_ ______ .__....'c-... 1-4( ,,.- ,_. .... n.central_ "divm... n' ... , t' did not disconcert* I Ii :.. I n. -.y 'UL -'O.Oi ..Cu __. .
Mr. Perkins, Mr. .' ...,.__'''' ... Lot No. 71 nw div----------------LYYLUnknown _--'-.....'ii
i Carter's attorney, who was confident s. C.A.fF3TOR.I.A.Tears Unknown-------------- W .I* of lot No:89n sirUnknown n. It'

of the correctness of his contentionsin Always Freak. '" Haw Mnaff Bmgtl! No. a. ne div-_.... .__ ._'-" j5
Always the Best.SEEDS. Unknown..._____ __. -- -u .
the premises. The matter wai appealed E(etllll dh..,J-- Williams Lots Nos. G6 and II------------- -. -. --- .... ..

I! to the United States Circuit McIIenry___ Nw4' of blk E nvr'div-_. _m _. ._ __ "_ "- 3_J_}
FS also a strip off sw! !" off of blk E
Court of Appeals at New Orleans, I 15 ft =
e and
w 210
a I --- -- by ft n and s off

which court has recently u.iani- t. AFRESH Weil E of,w side of DW dir___ __ -. ... 'f2f
mou ly reversed the judgaicntof the I 4 Wa w'4 oflotXo.2.16e divu.. .. ifJ 3 3'.

1' lower courts, overruled the ,,' I OCALA LIME Wilcber A-----------------Eta ofe'ioftlkKnwdiv.._ .. l
creditors' >i of 'i __
and1 I e of blk K nw div_ .. .. ._ 'J!
exception, sad juJged that a'raani r are wld evegwhere. IN ANT QPANTITV'FOR Uy'S Vaughn LniN0.33ne div __ '
SALE
has a right to conduct a business !111III Rued Aanu.1 U". a '
L L IEltl i Wi IETtMT.Wflt W. J. EPVIi/AROS. Coll:
t under a firm name without being deprived B. THOMPSON. City Tax
r .
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of his exemptions, and the tk 'I Subscribe for The Citizen-Reporter, $1 Per Year





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feblished 1874. '
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THE CITI7PN-RFPnRTPR. h

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.... A..... .... school account.. ,A0 O o !j COLUMBI. -- -- -- ------- ---- ------. t
> May27amt ITEMS.
jHl bank ORDINANCE NO laO. j jAn
school -
account_ I
isOO 00'Juae -
Slow ,June 3 sec all sources 4110 17 *(r. J. C''. Adkins, of New Riveris ordinance to amend Sec. 2 of
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growth June 3 scrip amt canrel'd jij bank at>m "6 l teaching the Rose Creek sejiool and ..!L'prl1inance No. 114, the same being IN CUB

of hair school ape oo'Juncl2recalUourc'a2SSl reports well for hi* school.! i an ordinance to prohibit the ruining '
y IO
04 I J. \\: Collins, a* he passes by, has : at large of h-irses, cattle, sheep and where it fa hot all the year round

from comes Junel2auitpd school' bank the appearance of one at home. ii ;i. goats in the city of Lake City. [Scott's Emulsion -
lack
h'
July Irec ape -OQ oo i ; haws Manda Clack, of lakeland, He it ordained lass theJ.l"hr: and
all source'-i ,
of hair J ul j I scri|> canceled 2719 15 has returned to her home after :!City Council of the City of Lake sefli better than any where else

food. The I JulISlDtOD bonds._ 2516 ij!1tM 9!l>| {l spending. a month with her brother,: Cats: in the word.| So don't stop taking

hair has July pd bank school i i D. W, Black, conductor on Drew's Sec. 1. That section 2 of Ordinance it in summer, or you jvill lose' _

account . .. what have
1082 40 i i log you gained.
: train. To
AIR July :! believe that she made No. 114 be and is hereby '
life.It hanl1..
no .J1IX! ;;. I friend Send fur a free sample. L 4
% while amended
among IH you needed to read: SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists 3
is starved. It keeps 40915 Pearl Street, New
t : York.
only to have the "For '
$11iGi !Sil'IlUiblilRF.CAPITULATION. !seen vestibule ofi : impounding horsese asses, Sac. and ILOO- all druggists.

coming out, gets ;i the Tolhert lIouiJ Rockers were i i! mules, cattle, sheep and goats the s

tanner and thinner, j Julr*2 bal on hand ..$430; "75 $ i I scarceunless you were a regular marshal shall he allowed one dollar

r spots appear i July cnty l'ropfunl1' 10,>4 09, I boarder and. on time. The weather .: each; for feeding while impounded
)jJl&lYtlchootfunJ. (I
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3tJ7 4o 11 was very warm and the 'I i twenty-fire Cole and Jim Younjer thankful .
tlea actual baldness. July 2 bond fund __. young folks cents each per day. are '=
hair :, July fine and for- vim "e 1 j} would rush for the porch to enjoy the'!'I Sec.:; ?. That this ordinance challi 1 tor the new and Lett world into -
k The only good
feiture----------- 5305 I breeze, for we have no ice plant here i.i take effect from and after its lag i I which they come. It is to be hoped

, food [ -yet it li thought: some made out ;,I sage and approval by the Mayor j j: that the people whom they sect into v '

t= you *icr J. I.. TCRXER: 4508 75 14508 75 i very well with Hale. : Sec.3. That all other ordmauces\]"fUernity on their various raids, are
Treasurer. t x
cio -- ---- The quarterly meeting held out at j I Jin I conflict with the provisions of ;! enjoying a still.better one. _

Any advertised dealer is author i i Pineville church. It was well at-1; this ordinance are hereby repealed | The" -- -

?7 Hat ized to guarantee Banner Salve for | tended last Saturday and Sunday I II Passed by Council July I:;, 1901. II I' pile that annoy you so will be

,i tetter burns,,ulcers eczema, piles, sprains, scalds, I|I The baskets were there and well l I O. R. PARKER, President. 'iyou quickly use IleWitt's'itch and permanently healed if

and any open or old i' filled-not to leave-and all went Attest: \\'. M. Ins llazr-1 Salve.
I sore. G. \\ Price i off j Clerk. Beware of worthless counterfeits.
.'. ', ,It-- 'QOs I J,r looking happy. Presiding Elder T. :I Approved: ('. P. CONE: ,, Mayor ,I 1:. Wise. A. '

herd I The report of the '''J. Mixon breached an able St'rmon -- -- -.---- -. -

the roots stops I corn crop shows the condition of the I'I'I 1 I Sunday on, "God loveth a cheerful', To Cure a Cord in One Day I There are 5il.tt1J applicants! in Of t :
to be-
average I I giver." I( Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- lahoma for the
13on farms
,8.21)l.'r that
! and theLalj cent lower than it j lets. are
All
starvation was this { druggists
: refund the
j
i I I time I I Mr. John Roberson money to be opened to settlement.
and Jlrs.
last year and 9 ( Emma;'if it fails to ;
,thick and per cent below cure. E.V.. Grove'sI I ... __ f
, grows the average for the Crosier were married at the home of i I signature is on each box. 2c. J JI

\' 1oDg..'., It cures dan- /'In addition to this pact there ten years. I 1 I! the bride's: grandparents last Sunday I Thos. W. Carter, Asbboro.. N. C.. ,
is
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ww also; Keep a l of 4uO,000 acres in the a decrease 'i morning Rev. S. Ware officiating. '' Mr. Bryan admits that the money !; had kidney trouble and one bottle of

of area Miss Annie Hale of question is not 'ead. But he must j Foley's Kidney Cure effected a *r-
, bottle it on your plajjted.; If things I Lake Butler, {
: get much worse admit fect cure, and 1 he
that it is in says there is
a no
dressing table. corn bread will soon taste as good as spent a few days in our town, guest : .:atal.eptkstatc. |" remedy that will compare with it. .
t I cake. i',iof Miss Nonie Tolbert From the lG. W. Price.
7If"a1ways 'restores callers at the Tolbert House one I "I am indebted to One Minute i -. s;

caJor to faded or gray would think she liked to listen to :!! Cough Cure for my present good i The plague: ii :
Stops the Cough and \% arks off the 1\ True talk. ScrnsCRiBEK. health and life. again appearing ta
[
btr.v$ Mind we say I my was treated in iChina. But the r'hino.A think ere.1 G
ColJ. -
1
vain by doctors for lung trouble foII
1 the
always. You can never cure dyspepsia by losing j plague is some relief from alI p .
Laxative Bromo-Q inine, Tablets! I LaGrippo./ I took one minute!
j 'dieting., What your body needs is Cough Cure and recovered army of Christian: allies.
; iNittN health I {
i.Au : cure a cold in my j =
$ dreggleti.a one day No cure, no I plenty of food Mr.I I
,i 4 good properly diges-; j C. II Wise, Madison, Oa. A. R
pay. Price 23 I
Zati.. roar Hair Vigor < cents. : ted. Then if your stomach Hid not1 1 tWist'. J! When you want a modern, up-t-
fe M DM tart lemedr 1 brie ever j t digest it Kudol Dyspepsia Cure will. --- .- Ji date physic ,
,
,
I -- try Chamberlain'Stomach '
.M4...lea& aMerftad.lo I tnoa was When three or more persons are in (lIt contains all of the natural digest-: While the Democrats are making: and Liver Tablets. They* '

f.-.. you bouie end my heir *, {'j' doubt as to whether or not they have j 1 ants, hence must digest: every class an effort to take the ;fare easy to take and pleasant in ef-
mtt bottle, been Insulted by of food and so prepare it that nature money question -,ifect. Price S'lc.
outj! Old U Ii BOW some other person a can it in out of Ohio politics, Mr. Ilanna Samples free at G. ;
use nourishing the 1Prier's
Jaws (safe plan is to hold body and drug store. ,
a J
J.MOCvTCAerts, caucus and replacing the wasted tissues, thus and Chairman Dick are preparing to !! --- ..
..tuL; l"OIIkersN. pass resolutions.;;. .1'I giving life health it It is,
; strength, ambition I inject into the campaign for all | getting more and more dim-
f{ pure blood and good healthy ap- they are north-and their cult to draw lesson
tfeltoofex.to I h3.Jl petite, A. R. Wise. bar'l isi any from the
sif des lu* took es TIle running sore on my breast t{ said to be full. work of
lightning.
eM..... Ask Um I for Ou Wednesday
; ur quw- over a year, says Henry 1'. Richards -- -- --
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kk M u hair.lungaia last: it struck
ffnaA you share '",. of "'iI6eyrille, N. YM 'and tried I!|I The thermometer seems to be i A bad complexMn generally rc- a church at Hillaboro,
II..... | great I very Ala., and a saloon in
remedies but suits from
many Birmingham.
Ao 4 got no inactive liver and
< Sta.a.s much bowels.
impressed with ,
the
idea that
": f
\ .. _._ relief until I used Banner Salve. j In all such cases DeWitt's Little '- -- ;
I After using one-half box, I was per- ;> there is plenty of room at the top. Early RUeis produce gratifying re- 'j i WOMAN'S RIG UTS.

s i,. fectly cured." I cannot recommend suits. A. C.. Wise. i iI ( Woman's first inalienable right is
it too highly. G. W. Price THE
HOnE QOLD CURE. i freedom from headache nervousness
' i The New York World announces I Ii ..
i' Id c nstipation, that so often make e.
jjEOftD QUARTERLY
. REPORT The vaudeville trust may do some :, An Ingenious Treatment by which i that the famous Morro castle, over.i I '1 its; miserable. The chief cause of

'NLLTarser*' j good in the world if it will reduce exjpensesby Drunkards are being Cured daily I looking the harbor of Ilavanna, is to 1! I these troubles is stomach disorder.
;. Tieasurtr oi Co. I |
= : eliminating the man who :I in Spite of Themselves.NO I{ be retained for all time by the. j ji Dr. Loyal Ford's Dysuepticide the
..' t -tumblt CO.lloey.. I I new and perfect cure for these ills.
; does
a' musical United
>;<;:;o&.rltitJ. i neat tnra.' on the States, and will not be turn-| i G. W.

,\ COrXTY PROPER. i sleigh bells in summer. NOXIOrS DOSES:NO WEAKENING I II 1 J''ed over to Cuba at all-not even to Price.--- --- -

nB Whit- ----- I Ii | OK THE! SER\OES-A. 1'I.E.S.STSD play in for aII bile. Bryan men in Ohio declare that-

lMu 1 _..-,..".. .* 1..1.! I Moore's Pilules are' a guaranteed [i POSITIVE CURE FOB THE --- the course of the recent conventun _
JUlltU.'So! < 1 LIQUOR HABIT. : Science has found that rheumatism
!
2)
cure for all forms of Malaria in
404 41 I Chills and Fever Ague, It U now generally known and understand :is caused by uric acid in the blood. Columbus was "mapped _out at T.
IhcriP4aOeelled I Swamp Fever, Malarial that Druokmae a dL.Lwand not H'ati i i I headquarters in New York."
: This
32 Fever,. Bilious }Fever Jaundice I nell>,. A body hued' with poisua and nervescumptetely This: poison should be excreted by the I is 'n
64.) 12 Biliousness, fetid breath and ''a i! staut ut shattered by periodical or conj j I kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure always j a palpable effort to rob Ohio Democrats -

ltselcripcancelled other sources 432: !6 tired, listless feeling. They cure aa antidote use capable iutoxicattug ot neutralizing liquors require and. makes them well. G. W. Price. I of the credit.
gjfl 1316 ftSfflwip Rheumatism and the lassitude following eradicating this poison, and destroying'the I --
cancelled 882 44 blood crriUK tor intoxicant., sufferers may now ;, The Alabama Children often
poison produced from [I electoral law seems cry, not from paiu,
l I cure themselves at home without
hand.
fttb.tloll IO)i 09 malarial poisoning. No Quinine. or loss ot time trout business by tliai publicity'on- j t; to have been planned with a view to but from hunger, although fed abun
Xo Arsenic, Acid or Iron. Do not dertul-HOMKCOLUOf Kt)" 'bfch bisbrrn
:>;.- ... $''773823J ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely perfected alter many 1t'ar..ot cause study f< disfranchising j everybody who hasn't dantly. The trouble arises trom inanition rte;
--: and treatment of inebriates. The : their food is
|!t loa. hand. .81054 09eailaa't ,I tasteless. Price, 50c per box. Dr. I I use according to directions of this wonderful laitbtul- : ;sense ticket.enough to vote the Democratic but devoured by worms.not A assimilated.few doses
I C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main discovery Is poMtively guaranteed tocure of White's
"Jt f SCHOOL FUNTX: the m<*.t ultimate Cream Vermifuge will destroy '
i i Street St. Louis, .Mo. Ceo. W. casr.uo matser bow I ,
; ,, hard J driuker. Our records show the mar- Summer complaint is unusuallyprevalent the worms, when the children
rept .$1379 ft Price, druggist. [mar'ullyrThe ] melons tranistormation ot tbousauds of' would begin to thrice at Price
once.
allaources 15W61 i Urundards: into sober, industrious and up- among children this season.
-
L 25 cents. U.y., Price.
baaks-. $ '000ripcauceli'd 00 i I weather certainly bas a rlgbtwt'n.[wlncure your HCSBAXDS'J cuu.bKEN .- i A well developed case in the writer's '1"- -

cure youi'1'Ut.ks:1 This remedy family was cured last week by the T. Estrada Palma and General
J. baoki,,. 9"94'j j great deal of trouble adjusting is in no sense a nostrum but is a siieriflc tor I i e,
i use of Chamberlain's Maximo Gomez both of the
are
suit this disease only and is so skillully devised Colic, Cholera opm-
to While
isoooof thing everybody.
1 dallsuurces and prepared that: it is thoroughly soluble and Diarrhoea Iemt'dy-one of the | ion that annexation to the United
:3543'50 !1Ct'W" the farmers in Tennessee are praying and pleasant to tbe taste so that it can be I best patent mediciucs manufactured
m a ot tea cofite I States U the manifest
tJ I given cup or "'Itbullbe j or at least inevitable -
tba Dh. 1'1'O' iNhpatg for rain to save their corn crop knonledeeot the person' taking it. Thousands and which is always kept on hand at !' ,
otlUruukards have cured themselves the home of .scribe- This in- destiny of Cuba.
tho'se la north ye not
Qattlc- 7U (q Georgia 'are :lending with this I
and
priceless remedy as many tended as a free puff for the I i
rchn iOurces-2-11S their for weatheron more have been cured and made temperate com-
92 'petitions dry lithe
r-
up
"l" stomach, liver and
who do bowelsfail
f:paid bank. men by having thetTRE'1 administered by i pany. not advertise with us
; lOB: 40 their fruit. loving'friends and relauves without their to benefit little utferers- who may'j' to perform their functiuns

JJicripcanclled!.hat 2tW 81 .Jay knowledge that th..y. In oJ..nhll".1 cotlee or h''&dronklng...and. believe.. 'h too lr- j I not be-within easy access of a nhvMCian. ul.orlv. =>".1 .n..tnr.I"... th6 h' 1.reg-L."J .
on hand -- .. --- ,'UO;; UiUU. o
au? 4nr' i .W..J
: ; No
,,n tree wit.: !>;NOT WAIT. 1>> not be deluded family should be without i
.f.. by .apparent and misleading ."im- j a bottle of this medicine in the,t comes contaminated with impurities, h r
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iummer-time'-I
-- I and tor all time. The HoWKUOLUfl'KE" j I debilitated.
h .kind.... .$ 3d7 40toso I! is sold at the eitreuiclr low price ot One .j Lansing, Oowa, Journal. For sale I r quence for its llerbine is re* 3.eca:
For Infants and Children. I Dollar. thus placiu within reach of every- by G. W. Price, druggist. I jmarkable efficacy in curing k j
:t, I !j! the ailments of
FUND. body a treatment more effectual than others summer, and the di-

,Jijf.ahand. >: .11352 47. The Kind You Have Always Bought >. stilted costing from each IS package.to f-iU Full Special directions advice Paris is now having an epidemic of i!,i|i I orders Price 50 prevalent G.during W. Price.hot weather. '. ;0

I04allsources 5d') .; I .j' by phvsicUas when requested ithj j Uncle Tom's Cabin" "companies j cents. :&

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cashed ..30 W a J PA.My.SiWandiia!Market !'L.Pblla..pbla.All I "Jijt
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QUARANTINE STATIONS. MONEY IN COTTON HILLS. I 1 THE NICARAGUA CANAL. I i| OUR POSITION.p ....,z
The Citizen-Reporter.
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; "The Lord Pauncefote, the British Ami | We believe that Our
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Cov Jennings recently returned The Vaidobta Times say: |i, PG iLi t rdi
E. L. DODD, EDITOR AND PEOPRIETOB. from Washington where he had a Strickland Cotton Mills placed an J i bassador to the United State is an I II r tive to getting out
A.E. DODD Aairtant Editor. States for thousand I old and experienced diplomatist, w ho, ,i perfectly well undertordF
__. !. conference with the United order this week one I I '-l!
i Official Newspaper of Columbia County and Marine Hospital service officials upon spindles, increasing the number of j:' in addition to his knowledge of statecraft i will not be out of place to itatt
the Town of Lake Klonda.Published abundant !!., againIn
common
City. ) to possesses
health in the mill from 10,01)0 ,
--=--' matters, as they specially related -: spindles I i
t -every Friday at Lake Citv. Fla. to Florida and brought back' 11XK. In a few days a night force j 1)[I sense. It is inconceivable that he ]!. company with nearly 111 J

Y -:;. Office -South- ot- Courthouse- __ -bquare._H_ __ with him an agreement transferring | of workmen will be put on and the I I[ would talk freely and frankly about'the ;; gressive citizens, we want 10 Stte-!

'1 Advertising aUa Famished upon Application. I the quarantine stations of the state, output of the mills will be doubled. negotiation: of another canal j j jI i i lake cleared and beautified, .
which week a large i[I treaty between the United States!i But the citizens of take
Lie I has been approved by the ; "During the present !i fl
Entered in City pohtoffice asecond ( $.
class matter. i State Board of Heaith and the Hoard i order was received front China for i!; and Great Britain unless he felt sure'of NOT WANT to pay an, erg
1 -- --- -- = I of State Institutions. j cotton goods, making the third order '; his ground. When he says, as quoted -;i!: price to have this improve !,!
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7 Subscription $I.UO Per Year. j II I in London' dispatch, that 0:1 his | in.itle.
The Treasury Department Marine ) from the orient in the last four a i iI

I Hospital Service) will lease the i) weeks. The trade in that quarter is I return to the United State, at the i i I .They D3 SOT WAST tosJuagers

FRIDAY, JULY 26.1901. quarantine, sterilizing and inspection said to be picking up and the out- end of October,' he hopes to take with ]i Oppressive and unnecessary!im' ,

( -- i stations belonging to the state, look for cotton milling is getting him a Nicaragua i treaty that will ':' They DO WANT the Impon-a-

j g, Our friend nnJ contemporary has I with the exception of fampa Hay brighter every day. meet both theiews of President'\. mane at the LEAST passim COB.

t a cheerful habit, figuratively speaking j Quarantine Station (Mullet Key) for I "The cotton mill people also decided McKinley and the Riitish Cabinet, i

of organizing 'a funeral occasionally I three years, at a nominal sum of $1 : this week to build a large ho- ,I it may be assumed that the British :I| Cramps. Dysentery, Cuolcnlk.

and then of being the only I per annum. : tel at the mills and the contract will i Government ii prepared to make substantial bus, Diarrhea, and, indeed, ailte a

[ palbearer and chief mourner. : An appraisement will be made of : be let in a day or so- The plans fora I concessions to public sentiment : complaints quickly relieved BJ pn,

Our that I all the property belonging to the I twenty-room frame building have i in the United States. Lord i ii ry Divis' Pain-Killer. :a safe, to
j contemporary says we I state at each quarantine station bya already been accepted and when i Pauncefote has had the: hoaor of negotiating and speedy cure for all thetrotifa
Alderman R. F. "debt '1
owe Rogers a named. Every
representative of the Treasury De- completed will add much to the ap- two treaties with this G ivernment reputable drank
j of gratitude." Suppose we convert ii 'I i,; keeps a supply. Each battle fe
partment, a representative of the pearance of that community. -one providing for arbitration full directions. Avoid }
that debt Into dollars and cents and saostitotn
State Board of Health, and a third I "Several cottages are also to be I of such differences as exist at there is but one Pain-Ocr, Pan
cancel the obligation.! How much, present or may arise in the future Daria': 25c and 50.:.
person who shall be agreed upon by built for the large number of extra ,
citizens? between the two GovernmentsThis .
the Board of Health and the Treasury -I operatives to lie employed for the --"
which
negotiated during
treaty, was
Paint oh
glass
A newspaper that makes no enemies Department. The Treasury Department I night work." Mr. Cleveland's second administration putty as4 Qro

isn't worth the' paper on whichit agrees to recommend to i 1; The above company has been in was: rejected liy the Senate: the :' nisbes in any quantity at Tom
is Congress sdfficient to and the other treaty relating to the neutralization drug store ,
is printed. Every day there appropriations operation less than a year
of the Nicaragua canal, was
published something in a real news- pay for said property, in accordance | fact that they have found it profit- radically amended bytheSenate. anJ --A.- -- ------

1t. uaper which some one for their own with the appraisement and the State | able to double the capacity is ample in its mutilated form was sa objectionable ,

i J personal reasons would like to have Board of Health and Board of State I i proof that there is a mint of moneyto to the British Government A LOT OF BRICK
left A have Institutions will transfer the that it was allowed to die a natural
out. newspaper may a property > be made in cotton manufacturing.It
I death.
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warm friend, a person who has been to the Treasury Departmentupon is time that our citizens were i: FOB SALE BY
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t a friend for years, it may have Il. r.e I receipt of the amount of ap- I making some effort to establish a ;! "7" Mixture-the greatest blood S. B. TNohipso.l

i him 9') favors, but let it fail to do him praisement. i I' cotton mill in this city. That it1 i purifier of the iOth century. Young's .

I the one hundredth, or let it say Should the Departments' control, would pay, and pay handsomely, is I Drugstore. j!

something hich he thinks contrary by lease or otherwise, be discontinued ;: an established fact. If a factory in I ___ n _____.
if to his interest, business or calling or the improvements made by the Valdosta will pay large dividends,
f tell the truth about him when he U. S. Government will be taken.by : the same is true of Lake City. I @

i doesn't want the truth told, and that the state and paid for at a valuation i ito We can never prosper as a peopleas !5ft. 1-1 \} '

person becomes an enemy lie is to be agreed upon or determined by [ long as the products of our farmsare Watchmaker _t\ ,@
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forget the past, but he is very bitter arbitration; provided, that reim- shipped to other states to be Q

about the present. ,I bursement shall be, made only for ,' made into the finished articles of Jeweler and Optician.

such additions for improvements. as We have facto- !
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ABOUT SEWERAGE. I II have been agreed upon in writing by j ries. i @ That is our bUloinssud 'ire are doing '
I the State Board of Health. Il1\ our best to please you and give}04 #1
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tile beat seruce. :
I From the intemperate language ; With the approval of the Civil i HARRY GAINUS SHOT. Everything we do we warrant cannotbe g.

employed by our contemporary in a I Service Commission, the employment ; fli1: : done better anyu here lI:
recent issue, one not acquainted: with of the and While attempting to arrest Alec Everything "e sell ue guarantee and III
sanitary inspectors
protect you in our purchase in every 11;
the edito", or knowing the real circumstance employes now connected with the I McClellan, a negro, who had stolen \p1 ay-m Prices!!and la Quality 1t

,ji ?, would be pardoned for stations will be continued if found [ *37, a $:W check and a pistol from !..11" Graduate s-IKXtaclcs.: Optician Musical-Scientific Goods.fitting Engraving of- ij

thinking that Lake City: was a city competent. j the section boss at Watertown, a tX11; a specialty ;U.ROBT. }:

"exhaling foul odors," and in a The Department will recommend to : posse led by Chief of Police A. E. i

f proper condition to hoist over the Congress appropriations for the improvement -j Futch, was fired into and Harry I '. T. RADFORD.
back fence into the garbage barrel.In of the stations. < Gainus, a negro deputy, was shot and j ES43.

his zeal in the advocacy of grant- The Treasury Department will ap- ; perhaps mortally wounded. ti'd i

ing a sewerage franchise to a private point the State Health Officer a'': The theft was committed at Wa ;

corporation, our contemporary Sanitary Inspector of the Marine I I tertown Tuesday night and the ne- : -

has made some really alarming Hospital Seryice, with advisory and i gro was in hiding at one of the small : iHHmiilliiiilliiiliUiHimmUn.

charges against Lake City, which, recommendatory functions in the I: Keen cottages near the G. S. & F. ,

could people fall into the error of believing management and operation of the railroad. McClellan sent a negro j l Wi .

would make them avoid us !j i quarantine and inspection' stations j boy, living in the house, up town to '
as they would a pestilence. I! thus leased or transferred. i' see if he could bear anything, but he' m Ready For Easter |

After speaking of "masses of I Mr. Futch instead and
Congress having made an appropriation -j went to re-'I .
filth," exhaling foul odors" and I! for the establishment of a': lated the circumstances.Mr. !' G1 Your Easter wants of every kind can be fill here promptly and sail*, m
MMMX tactorUy. The largest and most beautiful collection of Millinery w g _
sickness "accumula '
"producing Futch, in with Mr. i i
station
quarantine at Mullet Key, company have ever presented awaits you. [Jj '
tions of nastiness," he say that | the Department will entertain a I\i W B. Stevens and Harry Gainus i MMMM ... ifI !

these "masses" and "accumulations" proposition to pay the state for the i i and Mose Vaughn, colored, went immediately j I'I I MM SPRING AND SUMMER HATS

boak "into the loose dirt"-and to I quarantine plant at that place. to the house with their 14MM
I I Together with a complete line of all kinds of first-class MiUiacry g
avoid any misunderstanding: adds, The appraiser will shortly be se- j informant to arrest McClellan. Mr.I IW: awaits your pleasure. Out-ot-town orders receive prompt attention. !
"upon which our city is built." After lected, and when the specified de- Futch and Harry Gainus stationed :' WI ;

these have "soaked" he says the tails have been complied with, the I themselves at the front and Mr. I 1 MRS. L. T. FUNK. :;

"water of the shallow wells and proposed transfer will be made. J i Stevens and dose Vaughn took their'i I .. iI1
i pumps" is contaminated and I i I..+
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"sickness and death is the inevita- Wm. 11. Reynolds, comptroller of volunteered to go in and de- ...uuu..ttiu.U!!!!!:::!!ii!!!

i table consequence." the state, who died suddenly at Tal- coy the thief out of the house. Mc- -- -- --
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I F This is followed with: "If the llaha see a few days ago, was 'buried Clelian, however. grew suspicious .re.g; n.

i grown men of our city want to commit :. Sunday at Lakeland, and the crowd and made a break for liberty out the A; IS''tiIr : zJZ..tt.o.\

i 1 SUICIDE, it is their privifege to in attendance was the largest in the : backdoor. The two who were sta- :

do so, but they have no right to history of Polk county. The funeral j tioned there. became entangled in a
THE $
was in charge of the Confederate NEWEST SHIRT-WAISTS i
MURDER the women and children ( wire fence and were powerless to !
This long string of absurdities is i 1 Veterans, and floral offerings were stop him. !I

then capped with the assertion that I supero. The body was accompanied_ i i The fugitive ran east about a block :.: 'f/iJ These how a diagonal direction of the fabric from the i
I ; it is a "life and death case." I I from Tallahassee by the wife and ''II and then north towards the railroad ..11" shoulders to the lower front. This effect is secured without if
1 We would like to know what pleasure I children of the deceased. Miss Fannie with the posse in hot pursuit. Harry I.I.II WI cutting the fabric bias. Our lady patrons can see

and what profit it is for our contemporary I Perkins, of the Capital City, was '+ Gainu, who was nearest, fired twice, i' @ pictures of these styles in our Paper Pattern Department V
[
: ag the August DELINEATOR contain:
with the widow. Others who 1 .:A' just received A
I 1 to attempt to convey the I accom-'I i., followed by three shots from Mr. : If!! several illustrations of this newest effect. Another style! i
idea to the outside world that Lake panied the body were: Gov. W. S. : Futch At this juncture some one.''w of shirt-waist is that called the -'Grecian Pouch,'' in ,

City is a veritable death-trap and I'!Jennings, Attorney General W. D.I!I'i fired a pistol from near one of the : ..JL.' which the front is very long, and by being caught up in r

that the inhabitants are exposed tp. Whitfield, i negro houses that crowd this quarter I Il- the belt produces the pouch effect. f
I f'i
d sickness, death, and all the maladies I i 'I and Harry Gainus!! fell with a wound I PATTERNS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. .4

that affect mankind. I Iv.., M. McIntosh, chief clerk of the 1 I[I in his back. During the confusion 1

f As a matter of fact, Lake Qity is a I deceased, and McLiu.Com missioner of Agriculture 'i that followed the thief made goodI Dry Goods and Clothing.

preeminently healthy place, and en i 'I i I I his escape. ; tliJ
joys that merited reputation both ---------- Dr. ..J.1'0" M. L. Co. t
100,000 wen, employes of the tin nsen was called into : Plympton &
far and.n, ar. Deaths from_ any i! [ attend the wounded It is:
plate, sheet'steel and steel hoop I f man. 1
3 other cauae'than old age seldom oc not thought that he will live
i mills have been out on a strike in through' ,, Opposite Court House. ,
t cur. (iy Pennsylvania since July 13th. They : the day.. ...... ;
Our observe strictly the: :. : :?:\
people were called out by President T. J. >i Sheriff. N. Cone received a tel- .S; op ;;;3.p3 .t:' ;;;;O;;: p;;::> ;p.p _
laws sanitation and is always -!
our city Shatter of the Amalgamated ..Associ..ialion I I I egram Thursday morning from Sheriff :
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# kept in a cleanly condition. of Iron-and Tin Workers.: This Fennell, of Alachua, stating that I. """"'" '''''".... ....'"''.... .... ......."
The city owns a mule and cart and '
Alec McClellan held Gainesville
strike bears a resemblance. to the was at -
1 has a man hired whose duty it is to :' historical Homestead strike in 1892: ; Sheriff Cone went oat to the !
TO ft
make the rounds and collect all the 4 STRETCH DOLlflR
Suwanee river bridge last
in that it is not a question of wages, night, ,
garbage and haul it o ut of the city. .
but recognition of the Amalgamated i i thinking the negro might go that IS TO MflKE IT
s_ .A sewerage system would undoubte I f GO I flS FAR! flS i POSSIBLE .h- .
and his
i on return home
:wo iation. The association insists < way meti
.lly be a great convenience to thoe,1 I on unionizing all the plants of Sheriff Fennel on the train and gave i :I We have: a plan of our own tor doing this. It Is WP fC'tbe H
s residing tr doing business on, Marin him of McClellan. Largest:: Possible Value f.or It Our old ctts>ioa ri'S
the three plants in question. The a description The we do that and May with us. We invite you to try M*
street but it .is not "an absolute \ boarded the train at prove it to your saasfaction. 'L
Hagan
manufacturers refuse, to, grant this negro .
necessity at the present and demand and say that the individual J" and was arrested between there and: :4: The

our city can be kept in splendid san contracts with workmen which are 'Lake Butler and carried- on to Largest Stock of SPRING GOODS ,,

itary condition without it. in force at a number of the plants i, Gainesville.* m m im mmmmum_ ,f In every DepartJeot we bare ever bad are no"' on t11e ..1\\
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A Philadelphia concern has asked must stand. !, Dress 011II4. in Stale aaJ Nonlty F.brks, 6 itII Trite
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the city to grant it a franchise ____ ____on __ -. A stock company with a capital of to Ladies Matcb.and Gents BclL'i,Para..Is. Seckwear. Embrlllltrt5 and Sumffiei .y.tf
for a sewerage plant. Whether it'' A tire started in Valdosta at about $!: 3uo, 1 baa been organized.and will I Furui.shmgs-tor Spring '_ {

fi is wise to grant to piivate corporations 11 o'clock on the night of July 19th, develop the mineral resources. of I' IeAceR&; Douglas Shoes -:

the ownership of public utilities I f which threatened to destroy the 'Wut Florida. It is said an optionhas '" That means a whole lot to buyers ot ..:&' It W l'aus S?,. :/.
ablest i town; fortunately however, the ; been secured on 800 acres of ; we can supply you with xnoes!!of a kind and quality u f
is our menu -
questioned by sam
cannot be a
r :1:< iu any Docti.son :
3 and with good cause. dames were subdued after a loss of 'land bearing evidence of oil percolating ,.':, 'i means that iflibe best combination way. ot material and u"bor .fl
$:? ,lOO had been ,inflicted below. ,: that can be put into it. To be exclusive *f eat 1f f/
We had better consider the ques- ;, these shoes means a leader in trade of all kinds-'TW J

tion carefully and from every standpoint There are---50,000--applicant- in Ok- Mr. Bryan admits that the money t# honeSo.-,
1 before we grant that fran- I J. E. Inman & Cof/
that 1 is not dead. But he Near
5 chise. lahoma for the 1J.OOO farms are question << must Depot

Don't take a leap in the dark. to be opened to-tettlement. I admit that It is in a cataleptic state. t ....
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CIZEN! -REPORI'ER. 5

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....,.... ,' was in the city Thursday transacting
", business.Mr. THE OLD
RELIABLE REMEDY SINCE 1852
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ilet J. D CRABB. 7-lMf
Bnit< .

:\ijflon STt fruit. jars; at Young's DrugatGre' on was business.in Boyson the city Chase Monday;of Jacksonville and Tuesday, DR. THACHER LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP


-re.yoti.J beard. of that sacred An excursion will be run from here At your Druggist. 25 and, 50 cents.

to Tampa by the S. A. L. on the 27th. I

1gamsay'r Scotch Whiskey at Tickets limited to 30th, $2.50 round. -- -- r
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trip. -
tnb ,.12-4t Oroon Palmer, Jim Porter Ollie You -
7r can save money by buying Fruit! fruit! fruit
If
j hare
plait' -j our order for fruit jars with j jIB. Mr..Steve Putch formerly of this: Kinnison and Norman Ives attended your saab, doors, blinds, mantels, Uo; can remember Young's you Drugstore any

.-Street 'f place: but now a prominent busi- a ball at White Springs Tuesday etc., from the Valdosta Sash &: Door ris the place to

gPr.TK;.; N.Cone, of Benton, .was a ; j this ness man week of Wauchula, is in the city night. They'report having spent a Co. Try them. :: cheap. buy your fruit jars .

thus week. i I shaking hands with[ his pleasant evening. :
nstor to the city i hosts of friends. .

.JfpBSiii CHEAP.-A Jersey milch j jGft :i To produce a thorough Col, I* E. Robinson and family' arrived ; '
alterative in the city last week from Jasi i i .
: codplr to Lot W.. John n.. effect, the blood,
kidney anj
liver
to make this x
per their I
}1er has accepted a must be thoroughly permanent Most Stock
ijvOa'eE/F f : jtojaSMai treated. 7" home. We are glad to welcome j Complete of }
fi clerk with Jas. E. Young. Mixture acts on alL 'Young's Drugitore' them ,
citizens
as
; ash,. doors and blinds among us. ( c Spring and
Summer ;
&
jonr Mrs.
\ J. E. Hughes, who has been i flillinery
The
j-ffoB the Valdosta Sash & Door Coyrs / Valdosta Sash &: Door Co. of
.... visiting in the city for the past two '
I Jwise. returned home Mo nValdosta of Ga.rmanufacture all kinds weeks, guest of her sister, 111 s. C. 1 Of any house in the City, now J\ r ron
sash
"iijrom p risit to relatives in Liv eand doors, blinds, interior finish G. McCormick, Wednesday for Display at tI

'tot.'iij. variety work. Write them for Macon to join :Mr. Hughes. '

medicine you see advertised, prices.Mr. j'yl' Miss H. Riley left Tuesday evening f XilSS! H.Leading. RILEY, '

jajjood, Young's Drugstore ban Gordon Brown, one of our pop- for her old home in Syracuse, N. Y., '
ular
North Milliner. A
. !laltT Marion Street grocers where she will spend several weeks : ,

JltCeo. W. Land spent several who has been ill with fever, we are with rela tires. She will also take I .o.- .
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iijvia Tallahassee' this week on glad to report has sufficiently recovered in the Exposition at Buffalo, and before I -t .u.
-f to attend to business. -- -- --.- _
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return -
homeward -
she will -
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Mr.
Chas. T. Sprague, of Atlanta select her fall and - .
winter
:- f.rI' It. Fixton left Monday fo'tyirestoahlin r stock of 'I -- -
a revival meeting who is connected with the company millinery.The e

fitttatpjace.jiAf. which is getting out a history of building of Messrs. R. W.. and I I 1
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Florida, in
was the
this Suffer
city Why
week with
securing N.
Henry left Monday to data for the Adams in course of constructionon flosquitos

,teed seieral days at Cedar Keys on : publishers. the corner of Marion and DeSoto

r.::: pleasure )Irs. A. B. Curry, nee Miss Stubo streets will be quite a large struc: When you can get the DIXIE (Canopies ;.

:Jf.rl'10Ill' Owens, a prominent in- Depasst: Key West, left Monday tureIt will be 83x66 feet and two I Xone Better Made. =

AracQ man Jacksonville, was inEid for Live Oak ta visit her parents, after story. The first floor will be divided

;Tuesday a pleasant stay of several days in into three.. compartments, the first, I

the city guest of Miss Lillian Borger twenty-five feet, the second, sixteen, Fitted for Wood Beds 83.OO. I
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. and ,Mrs. 'H. M. Conn llieft1I.1Di1.f _
? ? There will be a public meeting of and the third, twenty-five. The new
Valdosta to visit rela Fitted for Iron
Iiftw ud frle' ds. the Epworth League at the Methodist bank will occupy the first, the jewelry 'I! Beds 83.5O :: .

; .. church Sunday night in store the second and I
j- =* ;- nlaro nf< the saloon

I :1J1iJ.G.F1owers> : is having quite the regular church" services. A-cordial the third. The second Moor will be j I If you don't want the Best, then take the next Lest I II

sit lw, repairs made to his dwell- invitation Is extended to the used for telephone exchange' and for

'ikf wSorth Marion. public. offices, it being the idea of Mr. I The Climax S1.5O.;

.z-jrni o ocrlef, of Palatka, is vis- The street committee of the Adams to bring all his business in-

liMaf" la the city,'guest of her-daugh- council had the tall weeds on the terests together as much as possible.' We carry them-No trouble to show You.-

'iterifri:C.A'.Finley. public square mowed down this week, Rev. C. V. Waugh returned home

_i,ltisi W.- M. Ires returned homey which very much improves the appearance Tuesday morning' from DeLand,

from a visit to relatives of the central portion of where he conducted services at the Jf S. E. YOUNG
blr -
i;! friends. In Live Oak.fRaafl the city. Baptist church Sunday morning and t'e.COOd .

I 1 and Workmen delivered an address to the B. Y. P. ttt
organs repaired at are now busily1 engagedin s fI t'
"$&: Piano Co. Office at R. T. adding another story to the buildings U. in'the evening. While there Dr. Harrdwatfe,

$tdiotd's J jewelry store. in the Bacon block. When com- Waugh visited Stetson University

f -raiding 'Elder "T. J. Nixon, of pleted these buildings will be among and renewed his friendly intercoursewith I I ..m..u.nl..t., -:--.

; 'teO t'i.filled the pulpit at the the handsomest on our main thor that prince among educators, i j y

i'Jkthodfat church Sunday.' oughfare.In Dr. Forbes. He was much pleased II
--' r with DeLand, its beautiful homes I]I
( Sr.Charlie Helvenston, of Live some portions of the city especially -
and streets, breathing such an air of I J i Kr,
xasa visitor to the city this around the public square, refinement. On his return he spent
fuest of his the weeds are about to take the ;:, and Chil- .
parents. several hours at Palatka in companywith Ladies Misses drens Hatstor f
'
place. Our fathers would ,
city do
r.tt4 Mrs. Summer Futch havebltolherr { his old friend Congressman It. j Summer T
j well to give this matter their early wear in our nor assortment. ) t 4
IKed, handsome new resi- W. Davis, and met several of his old They are must deligattul in their ,

M South Marion street. I i!attention. F. A. C. students, who vied with each which simplicity.insures We good have service the quality; made i + .

rMiPeabody the j The Valdosta Sash; &: Door Co., other to make his stay pleasant.; from btyllsh material and develo| d '
,
genial
repre.JCUtheof by skillful fingers. Our
t prices will _
make all kind of #
the Times-Union and.'I turned and square 'There is in. close proximity to bear comparison with the lowest -j _J
found .
"- columns, turned balusters newels elsewhere quality of go ids ,
I' "fl/ill'
eras In the city this week. Lake City many thousands of acres considered. Ribbons at cwt -
and brackets of all kinds. Write ;
", fclfai: Birdie Vinzant returned home them for prices before you buy.They of land that is pronounced by experts -

ij from' a visit of several week defy competition. jly-19 to be well adapted to growing !I ( MRS/I N. MILTON 7'j #

lath t aDd friends in' Madison. The six-year-old son of Mr. Frank sugar cane on a large scale. Iti'i'I ,

-isi: (isle- Flint returned home Waldron of Watertown died Fridays rumored, and from what consid. i Monroe Block. Marion St.

Iday.from Macon where she I morning of fever. Interment was at ered a reliable source, that during $ ;
the fall and winter months
a company -
M a visit to relatives andWlu. the city cemetery Saturday morning, ,

I W. M. Ives officiating. To the bereaved *ill be formed to establish am..ror j jplana I
.. rf'6.nt"rv on the .IIhnhtil\n. .
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tender condolence.l J
; A. Cline, oft we ,
formerly ', is now being carried on in | -- -- L .,
I cat j bat how of Brunswick, Ga., :DIr.E.VonCampthepopular drum . ......
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( the of Louisiana. Several .
state ) () .
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!uvAt city this week greeting his I I mgr, was in the city Monday and informed leading citizens are taking great") & .)
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;fof old friends. % us that he intends to move deal of interest in this contemplated ] M

|' ,- 'audAirs. Sydney Halle, of Baljhi!! family now in Augusta, Ga., enterprise, which would undoubtedly J| !1 What do You
'l? !il !elt'-Jtihorll Lake City in the near future Eat..A
to the city this I'jback'to prove very profitable. The board of M F ;
: '!et and I I and make this his headquarters.
.
will probably make this trade is deeply interested in the A Did You
Ever Stop to Think of That
liidt ? i'>l x"
I t
_. erauaf,nt home. Owing to the fact that there are matter and is using every effort to j .

s f, Ices returned home Sunday 4so j' few resident skilled mechanics: in locate manufacturing enterprise in Do you know that the market are flooded with adulter
ttum'Atlanta I'I'r. 1 lake City this is at present an in- the city.Our t ated goofs oh all kinds and that you are liable to vat fl xis
where he has v;2 things you would not like it you are not caretul about
i kr.hlttog j citing field for skilled labor. Manyi t what buy ,'"
for the past month, citizens will be glad to learn you ?tv.f
'JIb't lit I : To be sure ot getting all She Purest and Ih-st Groceries
Elml Ifinnison.II handsome buildings are now in course t
that Mr. D. W. Brown will in the A we buy only brands that are guaranteed to "'pure. We 1
Kir of construction and more will v buy them troin reputable houses and we cun assure our
:
B. many
; Brown I future erect hotel C
near a magnificent
returned home t customers that article
every bought ot us shall be pure I ,
be constructed in the near future. .
and wholesome.Free
v _
i'I from Ft. White where he on his property, corner of Marion v
: t"4 delivery of goods to all of the .
parts city.DRY tel -
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_I'fI&theeek Rev. T. S. Hubert, of ISeattyville,
attending to some i ijTv I and Madison. The building will be ! f: *?*-cosiness matters. i! Ky., who has been called to the pastorate two stories, 160x90 feet. A report is >1 GOODS NOTIONS HATS, SHOES, 1 #
.1n; of the Baptist church, has I ( AND GENTS FURNISHINGS. "+
; G. (
Ball entertained the, circulating_ that the contract was let 7. .

t-'-dUb- at her "hospitable home rented the Palmer residence on several days ago. A well appointed i N. B. LONG & CO.Y }
north Marion, formerly occupied by
inning. The members re- and commodious hotel has for many I ,.:'Jl! Lake City Fla.
? tamest enjoyable evening. Col. Palmer and family, and will years been one of the greatest needs fJ' Dealers In General Merchandise. i"A:,
'.4H'W I I move his family to the city in the I.o.
.
lse hall purchased the of Lake City, and Mr. Brown proposes )!
J1alf\ of the, Presbyterian church i course of a few days., to erect such a structure. It A\(). ).<).<).<).<) )..<)..().<).<).<}.<).().<).<).t). ).0.<).()4-() ).<).()J. }
Mr. Zack Brown, one of our most
E -ill erect thereon a hand will.be finished off handsomely, and -- - .
rtdtJ.D!! (miSftWjiH the near future. i I,I prosperous farmers was in the city will be an ornament to our main
last week and while the question of .
;ams thoroughfare. The fact that the
an architect of j
'< i1llt-'Wal in the city this {j i selecting new site for the courthouse old frame buildings on the site are to
I
to confer with Chairman n. TI'i I was being considered expressed be torn down is also the cause of $1.1
himself as being veryheart- @ I $1.
JfllUe One which is '
to the designs for fly in favor of purchasing the new general gratification. ,
B 'WurtI10Ilie. He is a I site. He was present at the meetingof of ante bellum construction, is a t

_:i''t'OI Golucke & (,'0., repre--// the board of trade and endorsed I veritable fire-trap and a standing
that had. been said at
": everything I menace to surrounding. property.
,
.f that meeting. I I THE DOLLAR BAZAARFor
U .-
Teo
ack" Mwi' sandy color ATLAN, GA., Nov. 19, 1900-( j One of Japan's "yellow journal '

and .lpoti. Marked swallow. We have handled Dr. Moffett'sTeethica is published under the title "Jiji :

l 4er-bitln right ear and (Teething Powders) ever Shimpo." Well we should think 80.1 i iIKO a Dollar we give you the _

e same '0 left ear Owner can since its first introduction to the Best Hat, Best Shoe, -

a h" calling on the under- I REWARD, $100 | Best Pants, Best Linen Table 'loth '
,
4Payln ... J public and trade as a proprietary
eXpens If.
The readers of this paper w ill be pleased Ito Best Lace Curtains
medicine, and our trade in it has i learn that there U at least one dreadeddisease ,
to i that science has been able to cure Q/ anything else in our line, .
reptiles and %Insect ]j'steadily Increased from year year ; in all Its stages and that U catarrh.: Hall's .
a ,bi.tu Cured I until our orders now amount to two .Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure not I I. Whether for a Dollar or less give us a call.
and
quickly |
know n to the medical fraternity. Catarrhbeing
bf.tbe. prompt use of perry (I'or three hundred gross per year, I a constitutional disease
*h Killer which is a'ery strong evidence of constitutional treamen- Halls up-I Nothing Over One
Dollar
if IOU do not the satisfaction it is Cure IK taken internally acting directly
butte' In its merit and I'on the blood and tnucuous surfaces of .hej t
yo-ur home do not of the country
giving to the mothers system, thereby destroymr the foundation
latent; :Jo for that nothing so effectually of the disease, and giving the patient
procuring one, as they say anoll I
kpt at effects of the strength by building up the constitution YOURS TO PLEASE, '
any tilDe counteracts the
to be stung shtingaatursln doing lu work. The proiprietora -
III'IfCtll.l snakes or bitten summer's hot sun or overcomes so have; so much faith in iu curative'powers
Co by directions ; the troubles incident to that they offer One Hundred Dollar
on quickly that it tails to cure. Send tor (
tfoc1l1d for any case H. F.
biers .wttle.. Avoid sub- teething. l ''tot leatimouttl. Addrcvi LAKE CITY, FLA. (J lICL .
,; ,Ii but One Pain-Killer, I THE LAMAK i RASKIN DRCO Co. *'. J. CHEJJKV. ft Co..Toledo,a I ;
+ uce Wholesale Druggists. Sold by Druggists
and 50c.3 .
-- -t i: Hal'.Family b ue the beat, aug ) '<.I '<.I .

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6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established j874HUMPHREYS' -


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I1VETERINARYSPECIF1CS I LONG LOST CHECK TURNS UP. CRDJNANCF-NO; ,l i3. ;
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Vomcher I..*etf Twe.tr l-0"'. Ago An rC.in3ve to a-ni-rJ oruinance I -

to Re re.emt ti>e BUad Pro.eated Ko.cO. O.dlruccv N.1.-Fai shall be
A.A.1KE1ER3. CoBgtttioiu.CUK I.Dam- for pa.at. '
H i twin. LUBC Feier Milk Feicr. 'I and is !u'rebamcli' t'.1 to read as fol ,
B. H.)"PH U tI. LameDe '
Injurin.CDKbi "
cstaVlih.U CASTORII
(UlieumtUtui. A check given sears ago to the late h.\,;. to-wit vflimnll be : '

i CVIt.lii C. C.tbORE Dlookmper THROAT Q.....". Epizootic. Representative Bland, which was in I.-.'ae ('ity.Th. a meat a d

t :'I;i WORM! BoU. Grllloo.J stolen from him was the other day li-h marketand it shall.h*, iwlawf. 1 I

E. E.l('OG1II. ('01... laflurnu lutUaxxlctufci presented at"the treasury dtpartmeutfor for a-iv per-.," or j 1"'rrutto sell, offer For Infants and CHldrea. '
1 i Lu.gr, flruruPBrinuunim.F. pa mt'Dt by :Senator: Cockrell, of for titut d.-'a.I !i iat retail I any 0 0_ 0 '" '' 0
s
('OUt' lHIhf.. \\imllllown.ctkulUurrbc .
i *. l>>..-..Ier,. Missouri.hile fre-h meat or li-h! 1.1 tilt town if
G.U. PretenU allscARRIAGE.KIDEY \\' Mr. Bland was serving as arn..mbrr : The Kind You
Like ('sty. I'SCi'Ut from th' city. mar- [(&1:4111 J Have
"I j &BLADDER DISORDERS. of & committee appointed to
of tin- 01-
ket. flit: the prori-bn.
I. .. l 'KI\ DI EU.F. Muse Eruption insect the Philadelphia mint the
'Luii: llnn. ..re.... *'* farmers -
t rry. dinanc shall not prohibit the
check was pivfu him, and amounted to Always 8DugbtBears
J. K.H\D (WDITIOV tturint 'oat. !
, ..Ii.... j ludige" Uoo. btoiuacb IlLaU". $ji. The i .iketb.ok in whiih Mr. of this county from selling. offeriiit !
aJi!.each stable Cue.Ten 8peclfl Hook.*c..IT. jSN eiablePrcparationforAsslmilating -
At ctruggkU or lent preuud on iwniut utpr kx'. island placed the chick was >tcl. n acid far sale anil delivering fret-h
i tiwup ,r'Yedkiueto.Cur. WUkm a; Job. I found "fil until rirrbth.when '. 10 HjeloodandRegulalijig -
trace was after 1 '
Su..he* York. \RUUIABT Xixuu.bur Fusa. I II no a contraett.r in (Itmolisiiiig a ilteat or lisli lIil the street the stomachs: andBowels cf theSignature
o'clock a. ui.
NERVOUS DEBILITY building iu PhilatM.hi.i found it and I
Pa-std by Council June 17. l 0l. I
forwarded it to Mrs. Bland, who asked
t. VITAL WEAKNESS PARKER President.
O. R. ,
( Senator Cockrell to have it cashed for I _a_
and Prostration from Over- i AttestW. M. HE, ('lerk.pprov'ed .
her.
work or'other causes.Humphreys' II Promotes DigestionCheerful-
.\ June 1.. 1101.
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Homeopathic SpecificNo. andRcst-Contains neither
I C &, in usa over 40 years,the only Ilerbinp clears the complexion i F. 1'. CONE, Mayor. ness Mineral. of
nor
ucceabful
remedy. ppmmMorptiine
gives to the mind.
buoyancy
\ ;; $1 per rial,or ipedal packw with. powder.for$5 cures] __ ___ __-__-_ --0 :NOT NARCOTIC.
[ field bj IkeW..or MU pet pu4 receipt ol price. headiihe, regulates the iuuiacu and i

\ ff ALlraakAa11.C4.Gr.RaliaA...tim>,.>..i_ bowels, stimulates the liter, anlls. .Als, i.... .... ... ... ... .. A.......... :i I

I in fact, a perfect guardian of health. t tLids : A ra/OrJfs JNl'l1.PJ1'CBEIJ:1J. /
WANTED
An Indiana minister is various Price :;Oc. G.V.. Price. .

kinds of trouble because he told he on tract: of land from -

t' truth at a funeral. A man who I Idoesn't i About $..!,()W,()( ) \\'orthof dia- W to IIi!) acres 'within a radjjis i .RdJ4- In '

I tT moods and precious stones were im- of 2 mill's of Like City. for the /bfernatf j
knoany more than to tell 8r t 1a.jln.Sud
J Florida ricultural College. LJ
the New York
a the truth at a funeral l on ht to tie ported through custom -
i :: Rids tn be sealed and placed in [ Supr- ;
l in trouble. i 1 house during the pant year. \ti edidn't 5 the hands: Of the unarsi'Jnedprior r 0 flarflAperfecl Use
get a solitare one of them Hoard --
--- --- \ to Sopt 2, ISol.
(_1 Mr. John T i ft "Foley's Honey and Tar cured my I i There is no longer an excuse for or all hil,.. J. D. ('.\ ..\\\'.\Y3 ? tion.Sour StomachDiaIrroea.
1 anyone to suffer the torture inflicted II Sec'y Roard of Trustees. Lj.S VonnsXxmvulstonsJeverishnessandLossOFSLEEE -
little girl of a severe cough and inflamed For Over-
f
tOII-ib.' G. W. Price. by piles when Tahlt>r'i Buckeye Pile Fla. Agr'I College I

h_ __ __ __ Ointment will cure them, a remedy : .. -
'lfect.1h ..TVV..V'T"TTWW Tac Simile Signature of
J Perbaps the lIon. CharlieTow no's so moderate in price and so (

I change of heart i is due to the dret ('. Price."illcents in tattles. Tubes i &# &&. Thirty YearsCASTORIA
73 rents. O. \V. Price.
t 1 of oil on his troubled soul. : NEW YORK.
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iI[ Since he ha ht- j
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gun making good I
SHE DIDN'T VII A J ASK. i

I t .But her lwauty"was completely money the lion. Charlie Townc ad- Fruit"To

mils tbat silver U dead issue.
a > <
hidden by sores, blotches and pimple 'Tuascter thus. |
till she used Uiicklen's Arnica i
i I j EXACT COPVOF WRAPPEB.
I r Salve. Then they vanished as will DeCitt's'itch Hazel Salve !
....
alt eruptions, fever sores, hails, ulcers raise good fruit .. ""ECE7ITAUaco.nr__ I
carbuncles and felons from its should be promptly applied to burns, -

use. Infallihle for cuts,' corn cuts and scalds. It soothes and quickly must have Potash.

i burns, scalds! and piles Cure guar heals the injured part. There are *you

t ; anteed. 23c at Ceo. \\'. Pricc't, I It worthless counterfeits. Re sure to --

Even the nun-union men believe in get DeWitt's. \. R. Wise.: Fertilizerscontaining nE2'T'!T. <:- >" .. T2Tr.teTTtTsr3T"JTr.oT9_ : M M 3 s'3t-fEtsTEtfaMf. : ?!!
r .
t striking while the weather is hot. I, Anyone who desires a city directory at least 8 to 10% of f.II l r.i'i"'Mi I I"'I ?I3I ld I3 .i }:ta 1e.L6 I :

And it also looks: like Georgia is of lh<)'' can secure one free of ...

natorial going to campaign.A have a f ree-s. >ilverle s guber-!I charge: by calling at Wise's drugMore. Potash will give best i ill'I DON'T STAND -

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Dr. Geo. results on all III ON YOUR '
WORTHY SUCCESSOR. I Ewing, a practicing i phyjfician _HgAQ3t_
I of Smith's Grove, Ky., for ,
I kinds. !; Iff \
rites his
over thirty years, personal
New Under
"Something I ,: ,l. i' fiND II'' f ;
the'Sun." j experience with :Foley's Kidney Cure. I ''H 0 y,..-..,.- 1
11'ff t' li\\= I
'',,'or I have been \\nle for our pamphlets, which ...LouIJJ" 10' KICK -=-
All docters one tried to curd CAT.tRROy years great.ybothered t' "It'
the use powders,acid 1lM"s.lnbal..rs and ill every former library
with trouble and
kidney enlarged
drugs! m |.ante tonn. heir i iwders dry up I They are sent free. : I :
tbe mucuuus membrands. causing them to prostrate gland. I used everything :II the -
have been
IC
I Printing
1 aT poor you
;
crack upn and Meed. The powerfut acidsbtvd known the
to profession D
in The inhalers bare entirely eaten : I GIR LK.LI WORKS, i 1if1 when You can get the Best ,
away the same membrane that their wak without relief until I was induced.totry.1'uley's 9 j Nutau EL, New lOlL ;Ii' :. I just as easily>I poor. Our prices are ::
ers baY"aimed to cure wbilr pastes and Kidney Cure. After
biDtmebU cannot reach the disease An.old u"-I : : reasonably consistent with up-to-date :,.. :
and eijierienced practitioner who h. .. tor ing three bottles: was entirely .- -- !1IZ! t I first many Tears made a close study and. special- lieved and cured. I prescribe it now eil lC ,"oid further trouble and annoyance :'
t> of tie treatment ot CAT tin a, teas at la-t daily in my practice, and heartily I "
6 : I 1.\ sending us a Trial Order. I I11I
liertecied; a treatment which when faithtulIv > recommend its use to all physiciansfor ,
useu not ouly relieves at once but jiermauenily : II 0
cures CAT.UUIII.1oy renuivint tbe such troubles, for I can honestly l 11I 1Ig _
t-au..e.tuppin tUe discharges, and curing state I have prescribed it in hundreds KudolDyspepsa THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE.
all iniammaunn. It is the only remedy of with :
cases perfect success. !
know to science that actually reaches the t 'II' H. L. DODD, PROPRIETOR.
affiicted parts. This ."underul remedy U 0 G. W. Price. II. Jl;
known as"SNUPi>'L.ES4he.CABASTEEULATAKKH .11
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.CRE." and is sold at the extremely j The northern .. [ M..r.--M t"'TfMrot ot--Ir t.T j : are painfully
lo* price ol One Dollar each package: con- 1 papers ; Cure fi
tain.uk internal aud external niedicincsutccir&l silent about that little Alabama episode lor a lull iii.mth tn-atinenl andeverj t
3 tbiiiR necrss.iry.. to its i.el-ct Use. '. of a few days ago, when negroes. =- .!
M.\I-fFLKS is the uuly i. -rtectc'ATiKRiitVHEevvr lynched one of their own race. Digests what you eat.
.
d made and is now recoftmrcd ay':
the ont ,ate and posiu\ecure tor mat au1PYIDI ,' -- ---- It artificially digests the food and aids I -
t {and disgusting! disease. It cures" all : TlIK SAME OLD STOUY.j Nature in strengthening and recon-
iuHauiwatiou quickly and erinanentlf and j] J. H. Kelly relates an experience structing the exhausted digestive r"Thou
organ ,
1, is also nondirlullr quick to relieve IIAV I I i ;
i FkcLRaod COLD in the KAU. j: similar to that which has: happened !. It is the latest discovereddigest- Shalt Not Covet"
g CATtRKH when neglected often leads to ant and tonic. No other preparation
i c-oli"'rJilPTIOll-"SNC.'KLES' ill save you : in almost every neighborhood in the
it you use it at once itis noorJmary renieu United States and has been told and can approach it in efficiency. It In- PERFECT CO.YfEtfTJJE.Vr HOLY IN THE MICHES. HEALTHFUL Wtt
\, but a complete treatment which U positively re-told stantly relieves and permanently cures DAINTILY SERYED
by thousand of others. Hesap I MAKE "A HEART TO KEEflTS FATE.0Write I.
guarantee to cure CATARRH in any'torm Dyspepsia Heartburn
Indigestion,
or stage it used according lo din-c- ;: Last summer I had an attackof for Cclalopu clliHI ihernt cmKs :au at the tt'.t prodictiau tl Ha TfatMCntai :
Flatulence Sour Stomach
Nausea,
s" twuswhi.haccompany a.irb pack a!!:". IK.u dysentery and purchased a bottle and, for a aoJest outlay, matt Kit frtk lorit.
tie lay but Bruit bur it at tiire and write lull ,. of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera Sick Headache,Gastralgia.Crampsand
particulars as to your couuilinn_ Will receive special advice t rom tbe Uiscovenrol Diarrhoea lemedy"bicb I Used according -
1 Ibis wundertui ronudy regarding to directions anll with entirely Price5Oc.and|L Large s1zecont&l1ls: time!! :
small size.Book all about dyspepsia mailediree :1I
your COM-without cost to umtH'iond till satisfactory rt
i' regular price ot "SXL'KKLES"the ''Uuarant..d results.: The Prepared ty E. C DtWTT! CO.Cfelcago.PATENTS .
.,
Catarrh Cure trouble was controlled much quicker
Seat prepaid to any address in the United 'than former attack's when I used VM1lSIlll N/IIKilJ' I
States or Canada on receipt,' ot One Dollar other remedies. Mr. Kelly i is a well
Address DepL K6.: KDV IN it UILKS 11IMVAN -
V,:3AI and 2SH Market SL.Phtiadelphia.We known citizen of Henderson, X. C.
I,:: For sale bj G. \V. Price, druggist. i1'i t a .t .t .t."SIlkme 0fortu years [xperi: U 1

are not naturally skeptical, I' A New Jersey--- farmer---took his col- i i+ -- .ot.S a) K .. *\.1dom the Home -}-
I t *
3 t' hut v\edu not believe it is possible Ipction of gold bricks: to New York t "" \ 'o: +t, Economize in Fuel t
,
e for I' ell I:, \ I ,+f.Make Glad the Households free ;
the lion. Chauncey Depew to utter the other day and traded them for a -- *t

anything so foolliah that there, 0 bunch of oil stock. "Judgment," ....,u ,0&BO l'iL Sea411OC1et. ,'a It_ I L}
brfrMM dSlowwrlydal.UJ
I Iwo
l.1n't be correspondents fool:!i Mr. Umpire. wpltota report oapateAl lhcr. Bwk *
ui rmt*hiiaa ndTndMirU."A
enough to think it worth putting on --- ---- FiTl. Funct .... tier .feted t. imT..ton.Gt; ;

tae wire. SUCCESS WORTH KNOWING. rATorr,20,000 LAWTIKS PATENTS PROCURED or u TEAKS'THROUGH Pena TIlE.CE.8KwUeiUkl. ; :.. ;I"" umBmffw6.j.1

I IOAS'1'O |I 40-years success in the South proves ( A b..laea wad 101""" tuUiftlYM ( )
i I IZuffhes1 Tonic a great remedy tor \ eerrtty. kru etanm ff. .
'rrr
LZS.s ..
\I
"IIeCo A. SNOW & CO. '. 0 \ \ i
Lan the the Kmd KM Han Abuts BiBglit Chills and all malarial fevers. !letter jilASlMllf'TENHf-: !
than calomel and quinine. Contains PATENT LAWYERS, Q J

S.g uiture of ar #% & I I I i tAt druggists.no arsenic.'50c tl Guaranteed bottles. aprlS'Ol, try it. Ops." U.S.Patent Office, lASHlNGTOR, D. CoI { -t f

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"National Steel Rat ges are the Never lad store to bake U !

t best'taade." evenly and quickly."

H.M.PEICE, Mobile,Ala. Trssa.KM*"*
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Ie'Abundance or hot water always **' r ;;
furnished" .l-lnsoyearshot.sekeeping _?
w.R.BiijMHTssr, Clarl..svi11e.had a stove 10 pleasing _
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L1jJji11ikjLw B. i &Wl* 'sshT+
"After RBV.J. -
one year's hard service; ;:

in perfect condition." "i*) "I am sure there is none superior.FAXSRIO ." J :

ORPHAN SCHOOL K. h Oe. 5 j.T.AHkAan Superinftst ,
"Not one-half'the fuel required Water WorD,J-f :
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__ as formerly." L \ xhe National, the best range 1i

YATaolf V.umUBILT UxrvxasiTT. in ti>e." ,., ,1
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Have c.J.cr STU,Hkiau" _
e 4 never seen one I.routd. I
exchange it for." 44 Takes less wood and less time10 -" :

.. B.F.STBATTOK. Nashville T.J.Dope,tyadea'I


I US SEND YOU A BOOK Of ITTT1ES OF RECOMMttDATKWSrj

DON'T EXPtRMENT. .Ie BUY WH41 YOU KNOW TO BE GOOD-


/ STOVTS 1NWAKGtASSftARC HVMOS fatAItS *****

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ITAWKEsrt. I PARIS IS Hot- COMMON. f t
i JQUMMER is here and those
'- who start
... pamoua Atlanta Optician. 1 1 The City I. \hi'.y. Fall of StrangeEiperlenrr I B.ege In" i O right will! go through the whole summer -

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and Incrediblelaradaxei. t" season with little trouble.
i A taint of Mala- -

I ,: f\leght'j rial poisoning in your blood to-day will last a J

There are people who asserf that of s until the Fall unless drive ;
yon Jt out
now.
late years Paris has become I _

J What an error! It is still as common.picturesque .UI 44lU.lltMJOHNSON'S"."""_"'r i Blood," Medicines can't. curt Malaria poison-

as romantic as extravagant as I TONIC.ing.. The antidote for Malaria poisoning is
in the beat days of its past says the
Paris Messenger. Paris remains
the
f strange town where the moat incredible : The ,sickest man is not always in bed. The meanest kind .' -

,: paradoxes are verified where the of sickness.is just to be able to attend to one's .duties. With ;- j
most foclij-h dreams are real'zed:
and I rich. blood in
where: all that is good bad aged indif I your veins you perform, with pleasure, the. work ;

ferent mastili le found. The other !I I. that becomes an arduous task for half well people. ..
day a madman was found in a ],t>ri: :' _
pillar tint supported the principal Why don't you take JOHNSON'S TONIC ? It is the '

gate leailln: ;_ to the exhibition: lieceatly i|.,i World's Greatest Medicine. The dealer makes less on
the police discovered: money
a Dir.grnes JOHNSON'S
-"COLD MEDAL testing the cold on the Place.de la Con that TONIC.than on any other kind. Now remember .

eurdelooking! for the cold with.the yoar health is your business and making money is his'''

? V Wghe..tward Diploma oi Honor. thermometer registering eight degrees [ business. =n
of frost, .\ rich. '
well
-to-do Di.
ESTABLISHED It would pay you better to drive
IQ7O. ogenes twenty-five miles to get a
1
';'. In contradistinction to this there | bottle oi JOHNSON'S TONIC rather than use the cheap kind

""'/> > These Famous Glasses for Sale by are hundreds who live in huts outside ( that pays more profit to the'dealer. .
the city, huts that
a Kaffir woud io..rr

JW 1 atts' & SOD, Eyesight Tested Free. y'a to live abottds in. There who are the humlrrtUuf j! Moneymaking and Life-saving don't run very close togeth- ;
? have as Kuy las. | er. JOHNSON'S
TONIC
is
<":.. : '-' "God for their host. and who seek : the kind that cures. It is 100 times ='
rte 'glasses are never peddled. Be sure that "Hawkes" shelter in better than Quinine. Does in
thumped on tram buildings under eni.struc-J J one day what slow Quinine '
f.4* maviT'Ul tion.inany and every nook not Already 1 I cannot do in ten days.

. occupied. Why, only a f<*w" days ago, ;
--- when some man nitchl'd; al"hl..t :.,t.' ; :Better do your own thinking when your health is at stake. _

wagon at the t'nt.I-n ;k ;:out 1 l I Insist upon having the World's Greatest Medicine

rolled 'a man. "It is I, Jean." grouled !: ,

SEABOARD AIRLINE the voice; "didn't yuu k,1Uw me?" I j
They did not khcv him. The man hadslept JOHNSON'S CHILL and FEVER TONIC.

:On e basket: at the market for the >
last tcn: .
TRAINS For pe.-ple to talk of Paris as having citrate Into f Lttter daces I It has been on the market for the
RAILWAY.i' i become mmon is absurd. past seventeen and stands ;t
Paris yean,
t is
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an.MI S. C., August 16, IM9.
, DAILY i higher a.1
,. jpWBiE SERVICE. still Paris.if today a curative agent
,
.-"- : -; Ai tile see of 90, 23 yean of active than any other medicine made.
J S8* tA.ST It. :to! jSOTTUEUN DIVISION. Ilrai.iuK. Ih: Lime. practice I .... a weNtwit observer mad caution Take a thorough course of JOHN 4
i" r _I 6.1..1 1 :?l _! Si They are r...t g..ii;g to let the Philadelphia la endorsing proprietary medlcluei,but SON'S TONIC and enjoy that keenIesneonscieauousirendomeyourJuassos's
-LI boiiJil1e_ :..- 10 IU OIl)' 7 40 p, 4 M p! Lv Jacksonville___ ._. 9 so a' fryer carriers shirt pleasure iu life that only belongs to '
; 8 a wear p
11 311 a 9 uu 8 uu I I p
lYl'aUlldiJla. p p Ar Baldwin_______ (
< .-. IS: 17 pi! 9 *l W- Waldo. } ld W a IllliIp twai I "U. Philadei.hia: has hen quite J CHILI. AND Finn TONIC as one of the best thoroughly well people.
lranatak.-.. .--. i'&p'll 57 p.-.. '' ** Uauieville,_..-_._- -iSStf'; Mp inm.... 1tthul.. combination remedies for Chills and Fever I ?
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<'g Vtaas...._" I58p'l| H al....-. 1 '"Odar Key------_____ gay rrt..J| ei' # s-d>> bays ever osed. It corrects the vitiated secretions Costs 50 cents a. bottle Get it '
N tkaaark ... 4 XI 13al.-.1 l 635 p......- the ChitMjra Jt'.,.rd-IIeraUH It.:,.!. to-day.
: -- i Silver Spring__... : i of toe liver reU euktivenesa,
._ PI --.J 13p: : ___.. I i and
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to the
... I 1 uo like. promoies absorption and assimilation of food,
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aCaraadeL
:: : 8 tt/ pl! 5 JJa' .41f
Wildwdid
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.. ..... ._ -- --= ; _..1 1 :S4 pi! :i 15 thus taUUIing all toe Indications 1
: 111 ::15 I' 1 ia '..... .1 Le''....urg_..___ .. ar.fsnpi I : claimed for It.Yoontmljr
.II tif$mlagtoa ,-.--I .J i tw P-' ...-. ( "Tavares._.___ _-. :jsua A.
Y6s Clara.___ liatpl: s 8Wa,__. "Orlando_____ _____.1 1 suplau IL A. WILSON.la. B. CIRARDEAU, '
.II "IP'' T i 04 a 10 J7a..,.....' Winter Park_.___ __ 51Up/ 73Ua T. P. EOWAHDg; M. D.
Ptttlnostar.. ? U>ai| S&uai.U,_ I NDadety___ :=.( 54JI p SAVANNAH; GA.
. uI4 V&--: call: : 31 City._W..__I.- -.: 4 tlo p) 4 /lUa .....LIN ... I .. .
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f----_, {111 2i: p---.I" U'<)e< eUeU Oe<)e<)eeUeU UeUeUrU'UeOeVel 5
arPWa4elpbia.rq..... 4 :ap 36p f, :a t 't6" a,___ I y. C" 1r C fe 1 Sa' a a} 1 1Yw.:r 2 YY ra &&ia .a.k.40M :) "y tL
Connection made at '
r Fernandipa .
;. ;'; with Cumberland route steamers, A

; j leaving Fernandina 1:30 p. m. daily MM '
f except Sunday arriving; Brunswick
x _.. j,5 p. m. l M J. H. Briggsgj

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W&S!DIY.t; N.O.a
_L_ I .tLeave Fernandina for Jackson- I PLUMBING -

.... C11J ==i == 3Cu 17 aliap'I vine i-10 a. m. and 4:50 p. m. I ESTABLISHMENT. &
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._.,___-_- ,. :! : Arrivals Jacksonville I g| Now located in the Rear end of the Perry Block, on Orange. St. to+ .r
1'fbauceiia.- ... from the
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.....- -: J lap North and East. No. 37 14 With a Large
__ 8:55a. m., No. Supply of Plumbing flaterial.
t.t -W-M \ \\i*l' ')7 8:15a. m., No. 31 6:10 p. m. From DE ] M
=: ,_ .. Jl7iKELa.keCih ORDERS
' 1 i iti p the West No. 2 7:25 p. m. From the RECEIVE PROMIT ATTENTION.
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a m., No. 66 at.TrikNo.S4
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.01'>>..... ._-__...d ..'U"_... 1311 il a 13:55: p. w. '1 M M
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Metropolitan Limited, restibuled train between Pronii-tlv Filled. _
i AajdOfille and New York, via Richmond and I
Washington including drawJnwn
* ,dining and observaman buffet __
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, Mampa.hI .- sleeping cars between Jacksonville. .

".tt.)'la and Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train, consisting of day. / '
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sail
baggage and express cars between Jacksonville ana Wash- J
and Pullman sleepers between Jacksonville and Xew York. : I z TDmDstDn

l&eacrt a9JThursdajsn.iiop.nl.for Key West and Llaranna, Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tues-: t 1t I s S M nuon11 .

Sand 1 j
sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. 1
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.IWormotion TH '
.. at City Ticket office 202 W. Bay street. Telephone 260.
ONORRHOEAGLEET Georgia, Vermont and Italian flarble. ,, .
r JAS. M. BARR, R. E. L. BUNCH I' 5 fg, -
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z-c- Granite Monuments,
Headstones, ,
Gen'l Tablets.
Sup't. Gen. Pass. Statuary, Also steel and
Agent.
Wrought; Iron ,
i. Kencex.
1 I CURE Parties needing Marble work
Portsmouth, Va. "'iIlllnd It to S
l their interest to write ,
for
JuiUcDOXELL 1, i Us designs and prices. All Work Ousruteed
Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. SAFE SURE j j '

-CURE..n..t.atttrtiNa YOURSELF I; I Valdosta Marble Company
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!1.110.ay oaucrren '
- VALDOSTA GEORGIA. lymar'Ol _

.PROA SOUTHERN &. FLORIDA RAILWAY. --M ,

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+ ep STATION.Macon QUICk blep: I DixieFlyer --u .... I .

!y4*w m' Lv.......... .....-.._..<... .._..Ar 4 lap III110" m 4 is the distinctive characteristic of
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'C(A 1253pmlifflp .... ...... Unadilia.. ........r.. ..... 2 43: p m 2 52 a m I I II Men's our k
1140pm250pm m ...<. ... ...Vienna......... ...... .... 22.1'11I l 2314111 ( Women's Boys' and Children's : z
lttII Ar..COrJtle..l.v 2 sip ui 215a
.I*. 2I P m Lv..... ....Cordele................Ar. 2 08 p ni 2 15 a iu133am m 1 } -9
.........,.. "Iblrn' ........'.. ... 130llnt Fp1f fTAAoE SPRING and SUMMERCLOTHING
a 30 p w Ar..,. ....Til. l on............._..:Lv .12 Sa p iuI1. 100 a iu I ,
Or, 33Upm Lv...........'J.1 ton..'...............Ar 35 Pill 12 55 a m s a
OS pmiWpm ...... ... ....8|I'arks.... ..............I 1-J; 11'1 p m 12 22 a m II i I
.......,.... lleartpine......... ...t-... II 51 a mU 12 11 a m I ,
!l iuspm \ ..... ...Valilosta.... ...... .....Lv, lOa m 11 35 p iu
JWpmifti.i LV .\1I11'oota ........ .. lOa m 11 35 I .
Arlll iuin
n. ...::::: ::: .Ja r... ::. .:....... .......:. ....,. fVA III 5i i.p.> .inUAINKSVILLE.FLA .. t : .1 ,
ht'- w p "t ... ... ...\\lute2'\JI.nngs.' .....>.>......-.. !I..all1 -1000pm11 -- q&AK.. .1 1 \
7 P lU Ar.........Lake nV...........__;Lv 9 tAi a III y10 piliII' 1 _- .- I NO STOCK in the SOUTHequatsoursinQUANTITY.QUALITYVARIETY I
( f zcp N Lv..LakeCitv..... ........ ..Ar 800'a III 92111' ntar
3c u nt ......,...Santp.oon. City.--- 7 511 IlIU II .
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.[r 945pni 11$7'rl .... ... ... .lIluuf>tu..............:.... 7 I. a 11& 7 32 p IU t or general excellence of STYLE: and FINISH, and I -
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Ar..Palulia..I.\ i
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on EQUAL
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t:"' 7iup : Lv.. ..Lake CiJX....... .....Ar'' 8 Loa III + ii 'Jpin l'V1AK!: Cur Prices Always Lead.Ladles' .
s.- 930 S P Lv......... J'3I11J1'1On City.. .. .... ..Ar10! a III I/ 7 53p 1u ) I '
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-\r.'lames\.ille..I.v 645& tit ii 700 a mt.t I ,. It.
luUur-ntte Suits
,. ...jla: NORTH BOUND*;!ClIEnUI.ES. i (f'' Waists, Skirts Underskirts. '
Vetonl of 0 ;\. X C ASt I.RJlI. Cent tt It and conniptions.jAr WHISKEYI !I! Corsets Neckwear, Underwear -
t rlr
,:- :> 4Up to I.v .... Luke City............Ar 6 20 a III 7 top n: i: in'especially exclusive .
kA' 1O a 1& Ar. ... .... .Afal'OlI.\. 11 ;;'ip III 11 'Oa III 1l selections .
tr 773atu \t.. ., .. ...AtI8I1tt. .. ... ...Lv 3111)JI1 7511alll SOFTENED BY AGE. ij
all 1 that Ar.,. ..... ..'.hartanonga..J.\ 2 5.i plII 305a IIIP'Ja' -
SS Pinr.. ...... ......... .. '
716s .Na h\"IIII' .I.v U JO p tit 930 pili' Awarded Cold Usdal at Atlanta Exposition.Is III 'MAIL ORDERS l
nt \r.... .. .. ..l' twllis..L\' t tip m !lIGamtt

: :a1l1 ( ... .. ..finrinatli.... ... .. '.l.v ll tauIi 111sa DI solicited. Careful attention, and a
T 'aft&r.. > ..... ......(.hifa'I.I.\ 7 toO 1'11I_ I. ... ..... the best and purest with privilege of examining before shipments paying C.O.D.
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all tiilmwn iraini tin not atop j 1 Rye Whiskey _
Salit(4citeUixie I'h'er"have through 11't'1>('r hN\\.fn $t l.ollis. M0. -
viUe. .'1.., vi.\'III.I". 11'101 Ilmm:'h parlor bl&t'lil! s-sr 11111 I roach beaP4 in the South '
Pawlh. olotlJ Inr the reception 01 pas .eaf''''' in ID/tV) IJel'ot. )18(111
1tlitrest laln'tln' l'aeon tniou Jrpot on retni"ll until 7:30 It III, and can be "
C\ mne. R. F. BALKE & CO., Proprietors], B.H.Levy&Bro
s.YLtTSuaw
''t1.'resldent.. C. Agent D. Fur-Lake City Fla. :" CL'icircv Ti,u s. A. .

t H*Ray fJUis. ; Order Waite .to car fowl office win U j
A eet, Lt 1:011.(ia. F P A. J..ctoJviile..1.. JU d flow KJ nearest cci4SU4 dlatrlb.t. SAVANNAHS '- .- GEORGIA.

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THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 1874 %\

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I ,-' .' -I IT SAVED HIS LEG. %w>w> ->toj

I I 1' A. Danforth. of faOran-rc.: fia., :
suffered for six mouths with ;i frightful 1

000[ It is not claimed that Foley's ;that running Haclvlen's; sore Arnica on hi".l\g Salve: but wholly writes Nine= IIERBINE -

I cured it in live days For ricers, Tenths ':
Wi Honey and Tar will cure consumption Wound. Piles its the Lest salve ill I, :;

or Asthma in advanced ;23c.the world.bold by Cure Uep.Y.guaranteed.. 1'rice. OnlY' of Pure Juices from Natural Root:J .

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stages; it holds out no such false :: bluing A Sioux that City will uian dibb Ins feet invented clothing a all the. IUEGULATES, the Liver,Stomaph andBolBIs :


hopes but does truthfully .claim to ::!, and and all prevent other thepread diseases. of He suidllpox says he J. PeopleSuffer tlit: SySlLiii, Punfies the BIQQ .

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I has: but has he'A

always give"comfort and relief in the : SUPERU GRIPPE CURE. J j i J' ,ES f r'aa' : a, Ei iiU'SifiSS! '; : f Coastipfi

John:-on's Tonic is a superb grippe t from u !ctk StJ !lat!:il &lllll!!i} i1lred Digesti ;

very worst cases and in the early I I cure. Drives out every trace of (;rip '! aDiseased f

t i Poison from the nybtem. Does it' 1{ En/ Bottle Giaraoieia u Gits Safefactia, }

f: stages to effect a cure. I quick.blood and Within begins an to hour neutrali/e it enters the the effects -I :i. i ;. mss: HD'X"3.LJ1#WI 3: A.LL anos I

6' of the poison. Witlrfn a day it I Liver 1 ':.ico.. i iF.cpared nis. :: i
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,I places a grip victim beyond the point I '
i BANNER SALVE is a healing wonder. of danger. Within a week ruddy I by JAMES F. BALLARD.St.looii.llo,
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cheeks attest" return of perfect j.i ,<<..;: ta>>:'." >.>5 >ww'*J3wi | ji
I I health. Price ..0c if it cures. A->k for I
Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic. -

\I Sold by Geo. W. Price. !Take- nothing else. l001warIy I I Sold by Geo. W. Price. % '


1 Bankrupt Notice. -
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W. H. Ives Jr. i N the DistriU Court of the United States y : j
J. D. CALLAWAY, II Jr. ., I tor the Southern District of h'londa. : i...t"tt.t In the wetter t>f Mrs. I BlWKEH I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. i iI :. Whet-,tune. Hankrm.t. ITo "nsrnrtcyTo t.-' ." I
RKAL ESTATE AND I I the creditors ot Mrs.C. E. wnetstone.of : J -__ ','
: Mikesville.in the county ot Columbia and .',
INSURANCE::: AGENT I LAKE CITY, FLA. PUONE 118. :I i district aforesaid a bankrupt Notice is i ii i iI The ,
Lake City, I: Ia. hereby given that ou the luth day ot JalyA Offers to both sexes a good eduF ; 1
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I I n. liKil.lhesajd Mrs-C. K het-tune was :
-- -- and that the catiou along the lines of I
duly adjudicated bankrupt; lor i d a _
I L. E..RoBEk&oN. | A.it.SIULL.: I'i Urst muting ot her creditors will be held :
OTIS R. PARKER, i, Jasper,Flo. I I Lake City, Fla. !I,:j I at District Lake t'tV.on the incolumlua ht day ot county.August.In A.said U. I Modern Thought and ctivitg.

f ROQHRSON fc SMALL. ; bet:at 10 clock in the forenoon, at which =Agricultural=
I attend Scientific Literary, Mili1V.a-nd
j time the salll creditors may prove ,
Attorney At Law. I.ATTORXE1S AT L.lH'. I, their claims appoint a trustee, examine: Industrial Departments. :Most
: LAKE CITY AND'ASPEK, FLA. I'the bankrupt and transact such letoresatd otuerbusiness complete outfit of apparatus: E. .
couie College
[ as may properly .
CITY, FLOIUD.\.1 !
LAKE reduced minimum.
to
Will do a general: practice in State and i| meeting pel,3en a
I I Federal courts. L'ullfctiuiis and conveyancing. ,. FliAMC D'FFKao.Keleree Sl1ort-liand, Telegrapbf, Soukkeeping. ;
-- ----. !I Lake City office: Second floor. \'mzaut in Uankruptcj. taught FREE.I -
Blue dl.UV.1rr.T. Lake City Fla.July 16, liWL I
I! Send for a New Catalogue to .1
RIVIERE
DR. E. -
i I I! Bankrupt Notice. I .'
\V. } YOCU, Pres.
DENTIST : I i the District Court of the United States tJ I Loki ,
OLIVER 1 iN for the Southern District ot Klorida. : Cty Flasd.
XHtioe upstairs in the rt'af".r Puce's lrug6t.rr. i:I I In the matter D t:.\\nei-i 111 iatankruntcT I -,
ATTORN AT LAW. .
LIE t'JTi. t:it I stone bankrupt ITo ;lj .
FLA. I Ii 1 ot U. Whetstone.of ii
creditors
LAKE CITY the
i! COLLECTIONS i Fort White,in the county or Columbia. and I IJ1 H"'I"", .,. 3l I ..t1.vn n: TTT -
+ .. COMMERCIAL District atoresiid. a bankrupt Notice ishereby '
T\R. J. L: NIOLACK.niYSICIAN 1: A SPECIALTY. I II I I given, that on the Inch day ot July. !I
] Office: Marion street up stairs over Mrs.T. A. 1>. 1901. the said U. E.WheUtone wa duly (I i iI
AND SURGEON I A. IVrrv's,building formerly occupied byHuuzer .I I! adjudicated bankrupt: and that the Ursit
meeting ot his creditors will be held at :
ReeiJanca> Phone 1U 41 :I I Practice.tCallaway.I in all State Courts.promjil atlen- I Lake City in Columbia county, III aid district I
Headiiuai U-rs at W'E'S DrUfsU.rc All turn to all liusines. Morlgaprs and U<'edsdrawn : ,on the 31st day ot July. A. D. MIL at 101 I
message" li-ltln-re A" ill bepromptly and acLnonledgr mints takenHASTES ,ochxkinthe forenoon at which time the !
".. attvml tit. IH CHANCERY FOE i I( said creditors may attend, prove their II j.
trustee examine the bankrupt -
claim appoint a
LAKE CITY FLORIDA. janl-98) COLUMBIA COUNTY I and transact such olnir business as
!i may properly come before said meeting
I i KBASK FKBUU. I .tders
:! RetereemUankrupUy_ bait
P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR--- Lake City. Fla.July 16tb. Mil. pp qggi

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'mf BUILDER. j NOTICE OF I'UBLICATION.

!I ii)epartim-nlof the luUru.r.
t o
J i i Land Office at Gainesville Fla.,June 1:. Pail G t
Notice ishenbv hen tbat the tollowin'I .
...LAKE: CITY. FLORIDA... named settler has tiled notice of bis intention ;
t to make final iinnd in iu qs riot his
QUOTE PRICES.CALL claim and that said proof Kill he madcbetoie .. ;
I A PLEASURE TO
clerk Circuit Court at Lake ntr, .a..
WORK.WORMS on July_.. m>i. \iz. William U J. Wesson ot
e FOR THIS KINO OF
ON ME BEFORE SENDING AWAY Lake_!' ty. Fla.: H and ::;\\"'< ot NL'i .;'c. V'11'So..K U E. -. :
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i iVERMIFUGE ot said land.Tiz: G.A.Simthson.J_ W. '
WHITE'S CREAM Tompkms.Sr.. P.J.V.Hulchingson Kg- :
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BOX.V :UY ALL Z RVC3rit3ZB@H.repared i LoeisVille & Nasliuille R. P. ,

(> by---.A JAMES F. BALLARD st. Louisa i -
Huns through cars to Pensacola, yQifASEaT
Mobile and yew Orleans, to Birmingham fauitS -DEALER IX-
Sold by Geo. W. Price. 1 Nashville and St. Louis, to I :; :.
Louisville, Cincinnati .and l- vans- i y
\ill and to Chicago without leafing'! I -Cool Drinks, Fruits, Vegetables r
I train. For rates, schedules andsleepingcar I

reservations write to or :r, .

i f .- Nashville. Gliattanoooa & St. Louis-Rij.- i: call R.-flTfWPKixs.on. Fia. Pass. Agt. j, Tobaccos, Cigars,

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Western and Atlantic R. R. | Jacksonville, Fla. 1. Y Nuts, Raisins, Apples, i
;C. L. STOXE, G. P. A.,
I Louisville\ Ky. $ .
"Battlefields Line" I
y- I And Fine Candies. ,
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Through sleepers to Chattanooga, Nashville, and St Louis. connecting iu -y
union depots for Louisville:: \ Cincinnati, Chicago, Memphis White -*$*- Bronzy MANUFACTURERS AND BOTTLERS OF ';

i f Jt' \ and all points West and Northwest.C. I floNUhlE1\T5. I Ii Soda \Vater. Sarsaparilla, strawberry, Ginger Ae,|

.E.HABUAX,G. P. A, Atlanta Ga. T M. DOTLB. ft P. A., Jacksonville: Fla.I' Seltzer Cider Etc.
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BEST AMERICAN AND FOREIGN INSURANCE i 1j-I(1rrl'W] .1 .1 g .

I COMPANIES REPRESENTED'"SBS 1 ,;.1'...
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reasonable rates. adjustments.
Best! Insurance at i .i./-.... :- i
F .Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. I .. -"- t's
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j! -oI -' I% The thermometer will goon be climbing to the Summer -
;: _:: .' heat mark. You will soon be wishing you could
Chalker & Small Agts. I 'I: contri\e You: can. pet along without that awfully hot range.

Are more enduring than Mon. better andi O
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M. RflY ARCHER FIJI: Clue Flame mattes an ideal heat lor cooVing -quick
: #i : convenient and economical. We have Store you want
Carriage Maker and Undertaker I I Agent for Columbia County. / It costs: but litle and is a great labor saving device. ,
; : AH lZt'S-1Iltb or without utensilsO
i I AIoO agency for Stir Wind Mills andTem- I'V cooking
% i i pie Pumps and Tubular Well maker. All ,
Coffin and Caskets always on band at reasonable prices. Prompt prices reduced. june7
O attention to CALLS Day or Night Telegraphic orders promptly attended + -
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MANUFACTURERS OF O .
I carry the most comple line of Crockery Queens-
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O O Doors Sash D1IIIUSMoulilings prices the lowest considering quality oJ goods. ..
Buggies and Wagons for sale and Uullt to Order General Eepair- : I I
: a specialty. All work guaranteed. Carriage material tor*sale aU> ,

\- agent tor Marble J. Monuments A. TISHFR andtiraic bumes. .I -AXDBuilding Material.- Tin-Rooling and Gutterino a Special.:


: 113-117 HAMILTON STR. LAKE CITY, FL!. CHARLESTON] -. M S. C. p .r---.. .J. D. STREETY.. ----'

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