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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 26, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Columbia County citizen and Florida tobacco plant
Preceded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1885)
Succeeded by: Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. : 1919)

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JULY 26, Vol. XXVII No. 37 ,


CONUI A IlJLA7 tU. I at the head of the .'
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department
) : 'of DECLARES FOR "ILL. shares. of stock and bonds : "c
, 5'- ': biology at th'e Florida Agricultural "":" I op1e of +; COLLEGE BUILDINGS.
ring item which the oil octopus of which he is press .
Appeared College and is ", "
remembered for his "In opinion Senator _
"" 'J im+ eof .the Times-Union zeal as a teacher and conducting New York my ; 'will beth .rnext Hill candidate of dent.. His stock he guarantees verbally -I{ The Board of Trustees of the Florida -

"willbe read with great experimental work. to pay 100 oer cent. per year in I Agricultural College met several .
for l
president :of the regular I
l UOTer* ;Florida I and espe- Ills appointment to the position at Democratic-party and the' platform dividends. lie is also promoting a: !1 weeks ago to examine the plans, pre- Jc-.y
ittocity: Miami new company to' handle the by pared by Snelling & Potter, archi-
t
evidently means that adopted will I
the : ; believe; De'a I
%.P.H.-Rolf. will be remem- government has decided very reactionary i product of his oil wells- {1 teet, and the following: clipping .
E to make an one. In fact,I believe the i ?
1>iiadreda of the growers ofspec1illy important station I "The free silver question is absolutely ; from the TimesUnionand Citizen ,
there. Prof. party wyi split in 1901 and Mr. ,
Bryan ''
I dead in the continued gives result of '
the pine apple i Rolfs Is west, a their work:
recognized as an eminent will lead a third faction insupport
et,the east coast, for his : authority and ,his experiments and of the issue party to which he is I Mr. Towne. "It will not only not bean !I First to receive the inspection oft

.Indefatigable labors to the reported results thereof will be still loyal. The feeling Democrats issue in 1901, but I don't, believe it : the boardwere the plans for the,
tie 'agricultural Interests of among will e mentioned in the Democratic Flagler Gymnasium, and it was the '
great value to the growers of throughout the west is that I
a,' is'well a. his kindly dis- Florida.' The fact that the experiment they want to win.'and they don't platform or campaign. Our positionon unanimous sentiment of the boarl
,He entered with the free-silver in 1896 and 1900 was 'that the building as designed would
great- station grounds are to be under care a rap what sort of a platform ,
kto experiments on pine.1Dt' the direction I misunderstood. We were not demanding be entirely satisfactory, bath: .at
of such win
a man will they on. There is a strong feel I
hb I that market and profit for exterior and interior. The board
: preliminary bul- mean a great deal to Miami as it ing in that section for the nomina- f
iloed in account of the the silver mines, but more money for j believes that the general architec-
without -
I It goes saving that they will tion of Mr. Hill or .some other east-
than 650 the country to keep up prices. God tural effect will be pleasing in
ji Bjpore separate j be made a scene of useful ern man and a
j activityand the adoption of a platform I
with in His wise providence has provideda high degree.
treated a different of practical beauty. that will be total
a
repudiation vast increase in the I The building will be about
About two years ago be ] of the Issues of 1806 and 1900." supply of gold, 130 feet

Ito" Qemson College, S. C., BEST LINIMENT FQR STRAINS.Mr. This was said, a few day( and today there is more money in hi length and over id. feet from the s
by
gas offered ago the country than there would have gymnasium floor to the roof. The
k an attractive .
F. H. Wells Charles
the merchant at A. Towne, formerly of
.:,fit numerous riends.and Deer Park,Long Island, N. Y.j; : Duluth, Minn., and the free silver been if the gold supply had remained style of architecture employed is
says
I stationary and the mints I classic in detail
tea will be had been every resembling
now pleased to "I always recommend Republican of
Chamberlain'sPain
now the Texas oilfields
doubtless in recognition 1 I opened to the free coinage of silver I closely! the purest type as found in ,.
Balm as the best liniment for and plutocracy, to the Wash- !
in strains. So long as the present condition:continues : oriental buildings, beneath the main -
t Florida, he has been I used it last winter for a ington correspondent the Chicago i: i -
Make. service at the United severe lameness in the side, resulting I Record-Herald. f] or the supply of gold contin- j building'will be a swimming pool so -. '
trameot Experiment Sta- / from a strain, and-was greatly i ues to increase there can be no successful -1! planned as to be heated 'in winter.
pleased with the Mr. Towne was in Washington for
quick relief and 1 The
eriou3 { plans
or demand for the were adopted. subject to.-
lall, FL1. cure it effected. For sale byG. W. the 'purpose of selling his fellow- "
) tfr, .was for several years Price, druggist f plutocrats* Wall street a few free coinage of silver. Certainly 'the! approval of Mr. Flagler, to

., that demand cannot again be made _, u hnm they' were/sent last nlirh u. __ i\vr_"
-- .. I an issue in a national campaign until express: .
r
there is a big change' in Indus trill TIIE SCIENCE HALL. .
I and financial conditions/ F- The next plans :
considered
Zf.'ison Oak I .1 1I .Mr. Towne said that he was glad to 'thoseof I the main building or were science :

: .I Isee that :Ir. Bryan ,had condemnedthe hall, which Kill be a building -
Ohio
Democrats far their re- fusal to standby the national plat- :/ The style adopted follows

.i' form. closely the Moorish character of '
-It is just like the man," be said. architecture as modified southern

J ":Iles Bryan is certainly loyaKto bis I Spain. The building will contain -

ioison Ivy (principles and he is a bard man tobut"J i about twelve class rooms and labora ;

down, don't believe that be can I tories, with a court in the center.

; again be the candidate of a united The entrance will be supported by +r
party for the office of president. All handsome columns that lead to the f

TANICAL REPTILES the indications in the west now point (
'to a reactionary platform three j utility of the building will be

a.:a kr. | years hence and an eastern man as r'ideal for this dimate,. nd will be ;

the nominee. Such a result, as I without question the
ir
Sting Sets the Skin on Fire and Fills most artistic
> said, Mr. a'r'structure
may cause Bryan to lead in Florida, excepting the '

::' Veins with a Violent Lingering Poison ,I bolt." ,_ __ __ I i Ponce de Leon at St. Augustine.
I With a few modifications the plans -
, WHITE MAN TURNED _
YELLOW.
;T1 .Pants seem to partake: of the nature and character of the. i Great consternation was felt by j!.i were accepted ,and specifications ordered

l t!; in winter time being comparatively harmless, but when warmed I the friends of M. A. Hogarty, of The at plan once.of the

PC byr spring and summer heat they become extremely venomoustftotalj I Lexington, Ky., when they saw he I was then examined.new This green structure house

emitting a milky juice that burns arid blisters like a fiery was turning yellow. His skin slow- i i will be located in a central part of -

pftducmg quick inflammation and painful swelling. Some persons ly changed color also his eyes, and i j I the ground the center of the house -
be
o Msceptible to these vegetable poisons that coming in their vicinity i I yellow suffered jaundice.terribly.lie His was malady treated was by j.I will be high enough to admit of '

iprodn.ce almost as much discomfort and pain as handling them; the best doctors, but wihout benefit. tropical trees, and in architectural
Then he was advised to try Electric effect it will be especially attractive. .
Jhin rand sensitive skins seem to absorb from the surrounding Bitters, the wonderful stomach and ---- -

lfett'the acrid juices emanating from these plants. There ist I liver remedy, and he writes: "After. WHAT TWO CENTS; WILL DO. : 4 '
; taking two bottles I was wholly [r It will bring relief to sufferers
picnic in the woods but that
or family! gathering: some meinifflf cured." A trial proves its matchless 1 j; from asthma
the party comes in contact with Poison Ivy, Oak or some other' 1 merit for all stomach, liver and kidney [ in the or consumption, even
| worst cases. This is about -
troubles. Only SOc. Sold i -
by -
fel... plant weed, and through the open.pores the poison is carried Geo. W. Price, druggist. what one dose of Foley's Honey and

. !fe.overheated. blood. Poison Ivy is found clinging to tree trunks. Tar W. Price.costs Isn't it worth a trial? G. .
._ On June. the
Forty-third Volunteer
rocks sometimes reaching -
OAK.fences! or
_lUTWUUO WITH POISON Infantry, the last of the Regiments
fc W great heights; the leaves are Heroic measures have been adopted .
>
Mai. of Bear Station DeL I to leave Manila, arrived at ;
'wilt-I vu taroot poisoned. with poison (;ak nearly square in'shape, smooth San Francisco. On July 1, in aeI at Chicago to meet the bankrupt

Hume so serious y blood,that and; the my and shiny and three on each stem; cordauce with the law which created condition of the'city treasury. A ..
1II aid X could not Vet well. I \-i\ I it, the volunteer cut of 20,per cent in all city salaries s
the flowers of whitecolor army raised in the
are a greenish I
precarious condition, \ 1 bas been
*.:BOBS*, for six con- '\\\ 1\ { fall of 1899 to crush out rebellion in ordered by Mayor Harrison ;
when alid berries t
months the .
__L L L pale green or '. including his own. Just think
4nrUa64 and began ita' 1 the ,
Philippines ceased
'II.'"r:::.iud ia*that Ue;m64icln.it wa doing me white. The Oak is a small shrub, seldom more than three Ever since Feb. ,1901, regiments to exist.have that takes over lift) a month off themayor's '

;i.... .'* tlilnfc it the best and blood was feet high, its size depending upon t h'f the soil, been returning to San Francisco, salary, and only 113 off thepoliceman's.

.- 1 location, etc.; the leaves are long and pointed with saw- t one coming in February, six in':' i }

". ges and a downy. appearance underneath. While the two plants are entirely unlike I March. ,_six,in.April. two iu May and i It is easier to keep well than get '
ce the similar.twelling I ten in June it was a herculean task
effects
poisonous are cured. DeWitt's Little
very Early Risers r4
RETURNED EVERY SPRING FOR I.
18 YEARS.
tile to recruit, equip and transport this taken
for now and then, will
subsides the skin remains long always
a
; ..a... '...". '
Kr Bennett of
,, Toccoa, 0& whosecase army of 25,000 men to the scene ofi keep your bowels in perfect order.v
Vrongh and inflamed condition, dotted here and Is in similar contact to-thousands; with these of others who war; it has ben almost equally as herculean -| They never gripe, but promote an
; ; plants
:Rtith, bad looking ulcers an A\little festering sores. When coma eight; years old my little brother says and: I to collect it from the various easy, gentle action. A. R. Wise. .
I were poisoned by handling poison oak,
tftnuV
remarkable with and stations, it
what home
regularity transport and
and it; broke out; on us every spring for muster Though nearly half the claims
the disease returns and always on "scheduleyuing eUhUen ).UI. Some one recommended S. it out But so quietly has it all filed with the
I g. 8.. which cared us completely, and we { pension bureau on account -
been
the same month, day and hour, almost, have seen no signs of the".eruptions tot done, so efficient and thorough I of disabilities incurred in the l
several .e"na. have been the methods .
employed,
.-. ...i the year before. Don't be deceived should all .f that few 'i Spanish-American war have been rejected _
of the poison vanish soon after the first attack-the acrid guices have: been taken magnitude very of the have task.y.ay idea of.the : there has been a net in- tY

"the-open skin pores into the blood, and. the most persistent and faithful use of t :I I'i crease roil in the of 4,305' names on the pension
fiscal
and for to come A POOR MILLIONAIRE I t past year and thei ;
" remedies can never dislodge them, and next season, years you may I I expenditures have increased
tfleadure blood in' the meantIme becoming so saturated Lately starved in London because to
} the the
same bodily tortures; $133,531,494. Verily, most any old sr
he could not digest his fool.
and charged with the poison that each succeeding attack use of Dn King's New Life Early Pills sort of war is hell-on,the.tax pay r.

leaves the body weaker and"recovery more;uncertain and would have saved him. ".They :

slow and thus the once 'simple malady ends disastrously. strengthen the ktoniaebf aid digest j.
tion, promote a.sbimilatien,*! Jmproei: Catarrh #
nature I
For every poisonous plant, tree, shrub or flower, : appetite. Pri -5c':1! :

sely provided an antidote or roots'andhSbs I: if not .Sold MoneYt.baCk'1;: ; .Is a conitUutionsl: disease. .
\
Pricl.- druggist; 't, FIt -
quickly and uriinat of which S. S. S. is composed surely r "- '

:: '- permanently overcome and drive out of the.blood: -.and.j' Mr. Carnegie "iti -ru.se?, to 1 t Uw It blool ofU-d and taases depend'headache on that and condition.dizziness:

the effects Poison Oak Virginia Creeper, Thunder Weed Sumac and discuss thejstrike. As Mark Twain Impairs the UsU: smell and beariag, at-
of Poison Ivy, said ofVofl'Moltke, he can hold histongue.'tn"efen .fccts the vocal organs,disturbs the stomach.
poIsons of "ariety.. S. S. g will be found an invaluable and perfect antidotes different .", It li always radically and permanently .
t every languageswhen eared by tha blood-purifying, alterative
this class. There is neVer any return of the aggravating symptoms after: a he tries. and tonic action 01" .

;s. of the poison. 1,';'.., .. ,t. i
T. S., as it destroys every vestige -Hood's Sarsaparilla .
failures. State case to our doctors; we!.w CJABTDH.A.:.
,tabandon because of repeated your Jan tly\ I>a Kroi Mart Airarsr { 1 tls: treat tacdlvine has wrought the moat

can help your )edical adVlce will coSt you nothing and ,15 strictlyconfidential. '1 / ; ?, I I wondertul cures or toe of scrofatoo all diseases habit.Cl pendlnCOallCrotllla ,

klocd:and Skin.Diseases free: SWIFT SPECIFIC ,CO.. 'At1 nta. 0.. ., tiOOD'Ptus..the DeK prhact

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a The Baltimore UcralJ.,.makes a ta.inTK'E is hereby given that ths following described lands will be sold --', "

s oN' note of the fact that the Fourth of qJ gF//lr2$ lion liD the llrri WonJa.the W Columbia/mate Jar of .. A. U. Fs'i., at tile COlin ilPt1.llt.V't *.:;
i town 01 Lake City in the county of at Florida or NO m
July. \ was. celebrated, in. a Georgia, WAX- will be necessary to pay tlie amount duo lor. taws herein set uppo.u tie t.'!rtril'1itb 1
talc and advertising.Ben 61gOSCNF.R
\\ the cost ot such
town by the opening of a new cottonmillttiat. -

has '32,000 spindles. The : DESCRIP tIO V_--- rails:
'maCbil ri-w: stopped after being i AditnBurton : ---- n'I._ of lot No. 31 ne dir '; ::.: ITSUC

H' Mrs E P.Bartleson _-_ :nCof lot No. 2 western divot _ :
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run a few minutes and then the citi- of your 1 ---- -,.-
'.. in lot No.
and pr.eivu Jar in W K------- : No 44 and a bib south
; zens were entertained by the officials +l. jelly the old fashioned way.heal I ofGS&F. nw diylot'No .- .- {
I 1 t t+ of the company. We submit -, them by the new, quick, 1 BarberGWBrown -._'.__ -.-". : 57 ne div 2l. acres lea a strip ISII
'I
.. Il'y absolutely surema9b1a I off end 105 ft n&s 210 ft
n by e&w
that this was a very good way to celebrate thin coating: of pure I --.--- f..
It refined faratnoe W u. Caroline______ IBlk L IIW div 33.. acre.__ __ .__ _ -- .
I Independence day. very taste or odor. HOndV. u--.1.
lags no W A.Baya'J Lit No. .
Bud -- '
t aptly illustrated tire fact that the 1 It air tight and addproof. I ---- EioflotNo.S.lnediv_ --------
t .Y : y Easily applied.Ls.fultnadoxenother. F, htirsoL-_ u_.. ._._ h1M -
Tumor -
/ south is very rapidly becoming more j I nw >4 of lot NoU* e div h__ __ .'-

V and more independent-of other sec- / way about the bout*. ,. W Hs of lot No 27 nw .Iiv.h.. -.--".-- *-

cotton. \ V 5' .Foil directions with Baya OliviaCampbell .______. t acres off b e cad of lot No 323 s div ..-.-.
t tions as consumers of her raw each pound cake. : --- Ifi
Bold....,hero Lots No 89 in blk :t and 10, and 11
Cured. Florida) Stai. > Midi bl STANDARD OIL CO- and 12 in blk 47, J of a in e cor of: (

i lot No. 322s div1 "':" . _, .- .-- 5ta ,
I Are You Going Away this Summer? t Y nobertI -- --- '...a in blk D in Cline's addition inn --
I IF : div and lying bet*'ecu F C & P RR ,
"B fruits shall know them. "
k ye If so you will consult your own interests and Washinsiton St
The way to of the \alue of :-....- nH
any I -
medicine is by judge its cures. Apply that by calling on or addressing Croft, T PMrs_______. Part of Itt No. 312 w dir, bounded n .i

test to Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptionand the undersigned for summer excursion --- ---- by Madison st, e by Joe Robinson, ;:1.
it u at once lifted Mgh above all rates to mountain, lake and sea- The New York hobos who went s by Orange stand R F Rogers._!
ether pat-up medicines designed for Cannon E. heirs oC.-._ Lot No. 44 ne div._. _.... ::::::::: 411.:.'
the cure of womanly diseases. Chronic side resorts. Attention is directedto west to help the western farmers Dickson Wm________ S i of lot No. 43 ne div_ .-------. 4'
forms of disease which local physician reduction in summer tourist rates I harvest their crops at good.wagei Dafi.Laurau.-----, -- Part of lot No. 9i n div beginning at t

have failed to cure and which,have to Virginia, and Atlantic coast resorts complain that the farmers will it all I the $w cor and runs n on Taylorst
yielded to no other treatment have been 551 ft, thence east 103 ft thence i
and'to the fact that touiist back from them at draw poker.
1 ,perfectly and permanently cured by the s ail ft, thence w 108 ft to pt of \.

use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. rates are authorized to Washington, Those famous little pills, DeWitt's beg. ---.-....-. >.1
It establishes monthly regularity. It Bdltiniore, Philadelphia, New York, also 32 of the nw'4' lot Xo 96 r. .<'","!''.,-.

dries debilitating drains. It heals inflammation Providence, and Boston, by rail .to Little Early Risers, compel your and ulceration and cure Norfolk thence via Steamship, in liver and bowels to do their duty, E Coat Lumber Co__ Lot P w div 1J in w div ____._ t
female weakness. tbus giving you pure rich blood to FunkM, Mrs______---- Part of lot No. 122 n diy beginningat
)Irs. Snopshirc. of Ballon, Shelby Co.. Ohio, addition to rates via Savannah and recuperate your body. Are easy to a stake at corner of R, Rand '%"
writes:' -My mother had an ovarian tumor Steamship. Folders, bailing, and 1 take. .Never gripe. ,A. R. Wise. I 5th st runs s :U.) ft,thence e 123 :'.;
which would result in her death, 1 -
we thought
but we had read your advertisements and we sleeping car arrangements furniaheff that-be; 1 f t..hence n 34ft, thence w 123 4' .;
commenced uaiue( your'Fadurue FreMnptiou.t'e i Mr. Bryan admits money on R R st to beginning ___ ._ .. 14'
excursion -
rates to -----
\ got cue dozen bottle to commence .with. promptly. Cheap I question is not dead: .But he must I First, M & Sons ...'. Lot No. 2-j7 eastern div -----------V 15W ;;
i and before she had taken three bottles she --- -'j
Buffalo: by all rail through Wa hingt -
) began to improve; lobe u living today and we admit that it is in a cataleptic state. Foster Charlie___----- Jof undivided interest in sa '4 of lot V.- --:!>
{ have given your medicine the credit My m, Louisville, or Cincinnati, or via : ---- --- --- s No. 2(5 nwdiv. h______ !
commenced mother was sixty-six lo grow years she old is seventy-six when the tumor now Savannah, or Norfolk, and Steamship Business men who lack the rim, Foster Arnett_____ .-. J_ of undivided interest in lie '4' oi 4

and the tumor is all gone.' She had gotten through New York City. J: O. snaj\and vigor they once had, should lot N'o. 2'! nw div __ __n__ ,J.j
awfully large aud her limbs began. to swell Gauldin, A heirs of Part of lot NJ. 20, central div, beginning 1:1
blood
the
before we began to use your Favorite Pre HARRIS, Agt., Lake City. F. M. JOLLY use Herbine, it will purify at 63 ft of the -'
a point s
scription.'* and the. :
strengthen invigorate sys-
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure bili D. P. A., Jacksonville. B. W.I tem. Price 50 cents.G., W. Price. ne corner, runs w 90 ft, then s 41
ousness. WKEXJT, Passenger Traffic Manager I, ft, then w L'') ft, then s ,0. ft. -

Savannah. : Since he has begun making good :I then e 219 ft, then n 145 ft t41 .
I.II I point of beg. ... _.. .. 11
-- Charlie Towne ad- --'&'-'-'-
STATE COMPTROLLER DEAD. money the Hon. I Green n :U, nil Lovier }'.

If you are going away this sum-t i mits that silver is a dead issue. ;J I!I Agt1tComm.______________.. Lots 34 and 35 nw div. .. -;---- '
mer, see the special excursion rates I j 'Twas ever thus. !I A--------------- Lot No. 84 n div. ....-. 81';'
Wm. II. of
ReynoldComptroller' that are offered by the Seaboard :AirLine I J P------------ W)i of lot No. 3 w die_. u : u- J3R.l
the State of Florida, died at his, residence Railway to the principal re-I IT DAZZLES THE WORLD. Harris MarI- se !4 of lot No. M u div. '_ -- 'UI"
in Tallahassee at 2 o'clock I Hancock W Ln__ Lot No. 249 central div. ::::: :::
ports in the Carolinas, Virginia and discovery, has ever created one i ..,.7i
651
last after short Hudson'Lucy -- j* Part of lot No. 9t n div. Begins
Friday morning a the East, including Portsmouth, Old j: quarter of the excitement that has' ft r. of sw cornerruns n on Tay

illness. lIe was Gfty-eight years of Point, Washington, Baltimore, New I I been caused by Dr. King's New Discovery -I :: lor st 551 ft, then e 104 ft, then g -..,...il1

aT age, and was serving his second York Providence Boston and Buf- for Consumption. Its sever- Sir ft, then w 105 ft to pt of b-- :
:
victims
term as 'omptroller. :I; est tests have been on hopeless I : ginning.-- _.l. .____... f
falo. Call local G. R.Halle .
_on agent, of consumption, pneumonia, Huchingsori O'J heirs
The deceased was one of the most
or Write A. O. MacDonell, A.I I! hemorrhage, pleurisy and bronchitis, ofHunter.__..._.. ___ .. ,.___" Lot Xo. 29 nw div.. .-- ____. 1 }
popular men in public life in Florida. tbousands whom it has restored to
.
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G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. I L L, J II Hunter :
He was a native of Bibb County, Ga., !I perfect .health. For coughs. colds, agtHammock___.._________ 50 ft on east side of lot No. 83 n div -- :-.- tit a.

_and was educated in Macon, and enlisted asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarseness c Also lot No. 5J central div :'____. tUI
in the Civil War in that city. "I ,,'bh"'to truthfully state to you j j l and whooping cough ft is the quickest B 1IT; _m__ E i of lot No 69 ne div________ ______ ---:::
in the world. It is l:
and the readers of these few lines surest cure ', '. -' Also sw> of lot No.26east'n diN .
lIe moved to Florida immediatelyafter that your Kodol. DpepsiaCure- is i+i sold by Geo. W. Price, who 'guarantees I Hadley S II__ .....;.T !' of the nwJ4'4 of lot No '79 n div ----------" :... :_

the war, settling in Polk Coun- without question, the best and only I I satisfaction or refunds money. Henry Ida.r-----u-- i'of a in talk D n div bounded on the ?
ty. He was elected to the State cure for dyspepsia that I have ever I.Large bottles 50c and *I. Trial bot- nbyPC&PI1Re Dy John Col, :'

come in contact with and I have tles free. man s Robert and :
Senate from that county, and was by Campbell, I '
used many other preparations. Wilson '. i, J
President of that body. He was nominated John Beam West Middlesex Pa. No I I Anyone who desires a city directory Bros, w by-Lee Thigpen. -- "'f'.
Jones 'AlexaJohnson ___ nw J4' of lot No. 113 ndivm_____ -. :- -- --. .II
for Comptroller, and was inaugurated preparation equals Kodol Dyspepsia I L of 1899 can secure one free of Handle.___ __; Lot No. 70 nw div__ ______m _._____.. __ U3

in 1896, when he succeeded Cure as it contains all the natural charge by calling at .Wise's drug- Also lot F nw div__________ ___ __.. : -- :: Jg
the late W. D. Barnes. When the digestants. It will digest all kindsof I i, store. Johnson Luvenia.-__ E Jf of the e !5 (!i a) in blk D n dir. .

food and can't help but do you Johnson' Laura_______. N !iof lot 96n div unm__ ._____
Democratic State convention met in good. A. I:. Wise. ', Those who live on farms ar especially Kirby Wallace.I ._-,..,_ Lots No. 49 and 50 ne div_..i.a ._h_____
Jacksonville in June of last year, -he -- -- i| liable to many accidental Livingston Henry__ -- S of the ne J.. of lot No. 98 n div _

was renominated without opposition.Mr. Grand excursion to Tampa, via. !: cuts, ,burns and bruises, which heal I Lovier Mrs It U, R H

Reynolds leaves a wife and three Seaboard Air Line leaving rapidly when Ballard's Snow Lini- i Loner agtLevingston __.. --- -.- Lots Nos. M and 55 w div.*.__ ------ -3 i:
Railway
children. At a meeting of the : ment is applied. Pricf. 25 aud 50c.( W 1.______ E J i of lot No. 32 ne div____. ___ _
gov- .1'
Lake City 5:27 p. m., arriving in G. W.-Price. ; Masonic Hall (col)._ __ Nw 1 of lot No. 100 e div .______ _.
ernor and the administrative officers Tampa 6 a. m. Tickets on sale July Moodie Hoxieh______ Sw &i of lot No. 44 central division._ V if

of the executive department in the ,27th. limited to return July 30th. i All persons who have not paid city I Mattox Annie, Porter

executive office Friday, 19th inst., i I Mattox agt___ ---. Sw !" of lot 97 n div._.__
Only 12.50: for the round trip. For : taxes on personal property are requested ;
the following resolutions were I Also lot No. 43 nw .
any further information apply to I I to do so_at once. After the McDonald Flora_..____ N.li of ne M of lot No. 96 n div ___. :..

passed: r Local Agent G. R. lIaile.lIEAP.TBUP.N.. i first of August they will be turned McElroy G 'A_________ Lots Nos. 61, 63, 64, 66, ne'div _' _. --- 311
"Whereas, The lion. Wm. II. Reynolds : over to the marsh for collection Also blk B ((14 acres) ne dir __
I ,
l Comptroller of the State of I McNeil, Mrs_ _____. N 1 of lot No. llandivLots __._
:Florida this life at his | and there will be an additional cost. iblack L & S..-. ___ __ Nos. 280, 281, 288, 289 e div__
departed res- -
;, When the quantity of food taken W. J, EDWARDS, City.. Tax. Collector. Perry F--------------. S !s' of lot No. 31 ne div_. ------__.
idence in tallahassee: at 2 o'clock a. '| is too large or the quality too rich, ---- -- -- I Perry J W uh___ Se cot of lot No, 19 central div 4: ft

in., July 19, 1901, the following en- i heartburn is likely to follow. and es- :j $100 Reward. will pay one hundred I nand a by 117 ft e and w. n_' -----
tries are directed to be made on the if has been dollars for the capture, together IJ J Perry Retta, J W Per-

records in the executive office. I pecially so digestion I with information sufficient to convict j t ry guardian________ Part of lot No. 16 central div, beginning -
weakened by constipation. Eat '-
'William H. born the thief and would-be murderer at the ne cor runs w 50 ft
Reynolds was i slowly and not too freely of easily i
then s 105 ft, then e 80 ft, then n
in Macon, Ga April 211813; and was digested food. Masticate the food who ,burned Mrs.. Baya's residence 105 ft to pt of beginning._______. ---- _
# educated in his. native state. As a thoroughly. Let six hours elapse between { and everything 1 had and came near I Roberson E heirs. oi Part of lot No. 10 c div beginning at
meals and when feel
youth he served in a Georgia regiment fullness and ,weight in the you region of a "I. burning my family this morning at 2 / a point 105 ft s of the of the nw

{ .in the CivilVar, and removed the stomach after eating, indicatingthat : o'clock. This, the llth day of July, cor and runs e 105 ft, then s 2*>L4
!11!101.; GEO..W. LAND. ft, then w 105 ft to pt of beginning
i to Florida when quite a young man... you have eaten too much, take __ _h ___ _.. _.
By his sterling qualities he soon wona ojie of Chamberlain's Stomach and Roberson Stephen____ Se Ja'of lot No. 104 n niv__ __. ___. 'i- ?
i Liver Tablets and the heartburn ; You Know What You are Taking
may Roberson ____
Joseph Part of
place of prominence and .high esteem ; lot No. 334 a div bounded n i
be avoided. For sale G. W. Price.
by
in his adopted state. lie served I When you take Grove's Tasteless by Tony Franklin e by Alachua
Chill Tonic because the formula is st, 8 by H A Wilson, w by J H

F _ his state with distinction and marked To Pan-American Exposition. i plainly printed on every bottle show- Baker______: __ _______ uu____ A
. r ability and fidelity as chief clerk of I! I ing that it is, simply iron and quininein Scott S A.Thompson.__:______ ___ W Main sw cor of blk D n div_ __ ..

the House of Representatives, as SEABOARD AIR LINE. a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Also s & of lot No 109 n div__ ___.
The rates from Lake City to the cents.A S B, As
$ of the constitutional 150 "
secretary convention Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo t signee A B Hart____ S}- ofeiof lot No. 30 nw' div 33L,. r

; of ISba, as member and President New York, are 119.10, limited to Nov. New Jersey farmer,took his col- acres. .. --

; of the Senate, and as Comptroller 3rd, returning: and 142,80, limited to lection of gold bricks, to New York ." Also e Yt of lot No. 68 50-100 acres -v I

to which latter office he was 15 days returning. For any informa- the other day and traded them for a -' i Also- acre center of lot No. 114

elected in 1800, and again in 19JO. tion apply to any agent on line or A. I bunch of oil stock. ndiv.._... __ .----- 1 y
O. MacDonnell,' G. P. A., Jackson "Judgment, Also i4 acre in blk E bounded e
As a man of high Christian character ville, Fla.And Mr. Umpire by U A Wilson, s by Jefferson st, < ;
I s s10
of rare executive ability, of fie ATTTTCrTuTTIMESaves J w by Alfred Hall n by Croom'slot ;

a ciehtv to every trust, of kindly disposition still the signs multiply. According LOOK! I n diy .ai-100acre: .__.. .___.- 5"1

and sincere friendship: and of i nine. Hughes' Tonic (tate I] Unknown_____________-Sw J 4 of lot NuJinediv.. _'.___ ___ .. ...__... 1 i r
to the. New York Sun, the pleasant), taken in early Spring and ( Unknown.____.___. 2 acres in ne cor of lot No. 209 e div .. ____._ -
.
t spotless private life, he was loved Hon. David B. Hill, who, is now the I Fall prevents chills, dengue and ma-I Unknown.-.-....___.____. FractoflotXo.2&'iediv_ ___ ____---- Its !

and known by all the people of Florida accepted of C. A. Tbwne, has takento larial fevers. Acts on the liver, tones I i Unknown________--.-. W % of lot No. 121 n div. uno ___' .. _.. I )

who Mill sincerely mourn his loss, of late with the up the system. Better than calatnel Unknown_______-- Inblk32.5sdiv lotll,6,3. __ 00 ____' .- -.-. __' U'
$ and mho will cherish his usefulness spending Sundays 'and quinine. Contains no arsenic. Unknown_____________ Lot No. 5tf ne div. _:_. __ __ f.: !
1 : Hon. Daniel S. Lament, and the Hon. Guaranteed, try it. At druggists.50c / J Unknown__.____.'u__ S t of lot No. 114 n div Ji a_ _.._ :: :: ::: '

in sacred remembrance."In Daniel S. Lamont still goes fishing and $1 bottles. apr13'b1 Unknown.._______ .__ Nw34 of lot No. 100 ndiv___ __ _ .__-_--- .11

common with all the people of with the Hon. Grover Cleveland. I I Unknown_._____.__. Lot No. 28 nw divSwl.ioflotNo.50nw.___u____ ____n__ .____.. .. J

the state, we tender our hearttelt The northern papers are painfully 1.Unknown___________ ___ div_______ n __ .___---- z8S
HttleAlabama Unknown-- : ______ Sw A' of lot __ j'
sympathy to the bereaved family. silent about that epi- -- No. 53 central div-_ -
Unknown ___ _.___ T--f:
I Ne % of lot No. 4 central div-.__...,.,..
"Resolved,. further, That these sode of a'few days ago, when negroes Unknown_. ._____ __ Ne '4' of lot No.64' central dir._.____ .____. :. 4 1

resolutions be.\.inscribed uPon the 'st : lynched one of their own race.CA.Ba1'OR.IA.. Unknown .. :__ __ Lot No. 71 nw div_____ ____.,_. .'___-- JJ)

records in the;executive oftk and Unknown_._.__h__ ._ W !i of lot'Nb. 89 n div__:'. _____ __ ____J :3 it

that life furnished 1 t .. Unknown._ ___ __ ___. Lot No.>> nediv.__ : __. __.. --..-
Mrs. W.
a copy to /aSEFDS I Bert the the lad Yoe Haft Always Eilgtt Unknown____________ Lots Nos. 66 and 4-1------?.. .: ___ __ ...:of

U. Reynolds. BJguture _- Williams- McUenry__ NwofblkEnwdiYalso __. __. _:. .- -'- ---
"W..S. JENNINGS, Gt a strip off 8w I 4 off of WkE

Governor. Ferry's Seeds Ors 1afteandwby2IOftn and s ofi
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known the couutrj over M -- '; of w side of nw div.__ _
t JOHN L. CRAWFORD, ski m.il reliable MeeJs thai II .... 'WeilEAi _____:.______ Nw J oflot No. :;6 e div..___ _____ ..
"Secretary of Slate.W. can U fcoocht. Uont MT. a i i Washington Jno___ E'4 of e J: of blk K nwdiv. 3 R

'- B- :CAMAR nickel dollar no on the ebe.p hareet-Leeds and IUM a I FRESH OCALA LIME Wilcher Hobt__.__.__ Ms.of e *| of blk K nw div___ __- -_.-

I !'Attorney-GeneraL; 1901 Seed AnnulIM.D.M.FEUYACO. I Vaughn Mose__-- __. Lot No..3:11e..div--- _. 1
t IS ANY QUANTITY, FOR SALE BY : -
+ o'B:E:ji 'LIN, .,' 1 ... EDWARDS.f COiloc
Ditralt, Nfck. City Tax rr
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"Commissioner of Agriculture."J. 1 _
i S. B. THO 1PSON.I .- ,

B." WHTTFIELD. Subscribe..for The Ye
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THE CITIZE -REPORTER. -

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I ORDINANCE NO. 120. I j jAn Dr. Talmage has published a ser- ;j i: The* idea / history-' .- ', being written J i -
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I 11;,,n to prove that seven is a bicrcd :jto order for'the contemplated naval '
-F ordinance! to amend Sec.-A ofi I j I ,
A man Ordinance No. lids the antE lw- same '
bring Z
aa ordinance tn prohibit the running: I,*J e convincing to uitiecurril creditors.! j Schley since the !liegimiing fifth make your baby strong and

with a at large of hurt's cattle, "j of tb sheep
thin.head. goats In the city of Lake ands .:ew York, nor to the gangvvhichj! deserves fewer. Macl.iy. 1Li .. *

fi of hair is j Be it ordained by the City. ? I wrecked that institution in their ef- !I! Urooklyn Navy Yard clerk', \\ hi,) { Emulsionwill

Mayor and f art to get rich quick by using otherpeople's !< wrote the attack
blackguard on t
a marked y City Council of the City of Lake I change a sickly baby to

man. But City* I :! .money.-- i'Scliley, is: not the mm'to jumbos; he ;( a plump, romping child.
Sec. That I was merely the dirty tool of a dirty cent think r
1. Only one a day,
the big section 2 of Ordi-'I Wm. Finn, of Lima, O obtained i I cIk ue. Congress stilt fail in its duty ,
bald Dance No. 114 be and i:( hereby excellent results; from the use of Fo- i if it does: not go to the bottom of I Ii of It Its as nice as cream.
spot : Send for a free sample,and try It.
R is the : i amended to read: Iry's Kidney Cure. "It relieved my i this mebs.j ._ .. 1 SCOTT Hi BOWNE, Chemists, ''
not -- -- --- ,
t "For 'impounding 409-415. Pearl Street New York.
horses asses, backache and severe pain over the j If the action of your bower is not Ii joe.and$t.oo;all druggists.
: ind:Af-j-a mark most tins mule; cattle, sheep and goats the i .IrIS.| It toned my system and gave and -... T'"
regular serious cow plicai -
x ay
like.Too'many. marshal shall be allowed one dollar me new viru and energy. It is an
I honest and reliable remeda i i !
sure
each
for
men in ; feeding while ioiiouiidedtwentylive | cure for all kidney diseased": G. W. !he-! :3
"Historian"
1 telav has written
cents each
jbelf; twenties are Sec. 2. That this ordinance per day. Price. | move this danger. Safe. ,, pleasant ; himself down a liar and hoot ::If, and
shall and effecTfe. A. R. \\ lse.j .
Ybald.tThis is absurd take effect! from anti after its: pa-- i Secretary Wilson seems to think i - his abuse of Admiral Schley has "-
i
Jl unnecessary.Heilthy sage and the owners of the heatdevastatedcorn merely served to raise that officer in r'a s
s approval X .1 Mayor The United States courts will lose

-. hair showsam's.strength. .3. That all other ordinances I'I'Sec. Christian fields science can get methods.relief through i, vastly in the respect of the countryI the estimation of every man who believes -

,_ To In. conflict with the provision* ofthis I if they shall take action that will in- in fair play and in giving L
credit where credit is due.
,,; build up the hair from ordinance are hereby repealed i The laws of health require that : dicaleA higher regard for the rigta --- -

the roots to prevent Passed by Council July 15,. 1001. ;i I the bowels move once each day and I of the billion dollar steel trust than For digestive weakness, nervousness -

O. It. PARKER, President. one of the, penalties for violating for those of its striking es-emnloyes. pains in the side, flatulence,

.tod :tocyr Attest: W. M.IVES, Clerk. !1 this law is piles.: Keep your bowels But that is just what the trust is asking dizziness: wakefulness, headache and ,

AYIP Approved: lop. CONE.,. Mayor j j"Historian" regular by taking dose of CbamLerl:1in's them to do. other annoying accompaniments of
--'-
---- Stomach and
Liver Tablets costiveness Herbine is
baldfleas and
Maclay may shortly : when necessary and you will never ,A. 1-:. Bass, of Morgantown, Ind., unequaled remedy. Price a prompt 50 cents.

find that he has stirred up still an- have: that severe punishment inflicted bad to get up un or twelve times in (5. W. Price. .
"
, other hornet-.*"nest. The Pittsbarg i upon you. Price 25 cents. the night, and ,ha.} severe backache I -
f For sale C.Price.
by
Dispatch, finds,that the third volume I .- ---- |'and pains in the kiJof'Ys"Pas cured I If you are going away this summer

visor of his naval history, the one which i Boss llanna winks the other eye j by 'uley'lS Kidney Cure. It's guar- i see the special excursion rates

i attack's Schley savagely, also at-,j[ every time he hears anybody say anteed. G. \\ Price, that are offered by the Seaboard AirLine a

tacks Gen. Shatter, who \n cliarac-l I I that Senator Fairbanks is the admin- : The report that corn i,. baking in Railway to the principal re- ;

JIf always restores terized as "craz}'." Cen. Shaft r is !I, istration candidate for the Republi- ; the sun is.oib'cially delllt'J.I sorts.in the Carolinas, Virginia and '

;* color fb faded or, gray- j strong with the army clique and will :j|I can presidential nomination.. ____ I the Cat, including Portsmouth, Old :

hair. Notice that not lack defender It is safe to i --- -- -- : Eruptions, cuts, l.urn.scalds and i Point'ashinton, Baltimore, New s
,! Mrs. S. II. Alluort Johnstown
0' } Pa., !'!
irordalways." And say, therefore, that the warmest !!''' sores o< all kinds quickly healed by York, Providence, Boston and Buffalo. -

, .. part of the summer for Mr. Maclay :;'says: : "Our little girl almost strangled I Ceritt'a'itch Hazel Salve. Cer- 'all on local agent, G. R.Ilatle .

jt cures dandruff. is yet to come.P. ; to death with croup. The doc I tain cure for piles. Beware of touni or Write A. O. MjcDjneli, A.

,.. I' toga said she coulJn't'Jive but she i terfeits. Be sure you yet the origi- G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. .
," f1 Ma tattle., AlldruMurU. was instantly relieved by One Jinute ;nal-DeWitt's. A. I:. Wise. .
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: *.My bash p,. calls ma out among T Thomas Sumtenille, Ala., Cough!:! Cure. A. 1:. Wise. I --- .-. -- -- TO HEAL A HURT
'" lUULgea gnat dud. I would "'I was suffering from dyspepsia whenI 1 -- -.- .-- I The wife of Bishop Potter, of Xew
.sags1 eel ashamed every time i A Use Banner Salve, the great heal- 'mow
the Hit
of Mr. Mc-
glance
1sand take oil my bat, uiy bair commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia over | York, who died the other day, left a
w _. this and the bald spots : Kinley's callers' indicates that he IiI er. It's guaranteed furs cuts, sores,
bond 10 plainly. I began the use Cure., I took several bottles and i mixing religion and usual. j will that is a model of brevity and wounds, piles and all skin diseases. rUse
; as
til your Bab Vigor k4 thaa three can' digest anything." Kodol Dyspepsia I j I --- politic : directness. It contains a single sen- no substitute. (.. W. Price. k
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1 find 1 Lave to -
$MUktago. Today I I
tat a head o( hair u 1 ever tod. cure is the only preparation To Cure a Cold in One Dayi i I ten:e, and only fifty words. It is -- -- --
I tea snnrbodjr what I toed and containing all the natural digestive Just to show how greedy the Pilipiiius I
wonderful I Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Ta the shortest will oa record ii New
Sty rY 'It most be a fluids. It gives weak stomachs entire bj j '
tfso.YmL.iu. { York ( are to accept what the admin
srdy rest, restoring their natural i I lets. All druggists refund the money county.
_')".-1iD&_ CiuesgoIU. condition. A. I:. Wise.A if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's j -- --- istration offers them, the civil government -

c.W,Pave a kook on The Hair and .1 I I signature is on each box.. 25c. j What most people want is; some- t has been suspended in four'

lolf ,Ueh n will Mod free npaiOiO. great plain who 'I : thing mild and gentle, when in neJ'I provinces and the shooting resumed. K
jw 4o Bat obtaU all ttkmai many persons ;I There is one advantage in carrying
*yeo cxiioctcd tram tha M ofIU have to pay.for everything they get, i historians the of a-phys-ic. Chamberlain's Stom- Yet there are those who dl)' not believe '
VMaf. wnuib Uoctut about on government r
"pay j ach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to the Filipinos will ever adopt ;
tw ,
r would like to know where the authority I
'the '
xaa roll-history is written to suit
D'-J-c--At E I : a dot. They are easy to take anti William McKinley as a patron saint. _
>u : i I for furnishing an, expensive I II authorities. pleasant in effect. :For sale by G. W. ---- --- .

I yacht for Gen. Leonard Wood's personal j i .. I Price. James White, Bryantsville, Ind.,

I use was found. 'i THE none GOLD CURE. i says DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
-- i It is not surprising that some of
""" ....-. j cured running sores on both legs. He ti
"if) .f- _.. I Stops the Cough and Works off the ; An Ingenious Treatment by which I I i the looters should be afraid of what : had suffered six years. Doctors

stoMHAMBOIANCE' .' EORSX. I Cold.Laxative Drunkards are being Cured daily |' may happen to them after the for- failed to help him. Get DeWitt' '
.
'.",.... TabletsI ': in Spite of Themselves. eign troops leave China. If the I I Accept no imitations. A. 11. Wise.
I Bromo-Quinine
...". tk. Coast ,.( a;. ateawOlle .
: i _____ looters are'ie they will awhen ---- -- -
1 =f"w.. 0.. Big I I I cure a cold in one day No cure no I' the troops do. The selection of .the distinguished! -
XO XOXIOUS DlfF.sO WEAKENINGi
M\J ,Oil .o.t.. I[I pay. Price25cents. I I
; i Of TILE NERVES PLEASANT AND gentlemen to act as aids to the supreme ,,
} : !1 Mr. Daniel Rantz Ottersville la.
I ,
;!i The report that Mr. McKinley POSITIVE CURE FOR THE i, court means in the near
i o 1 Ben, an ambulance horse whoapt 'Have had asthma and bad
:' i LIQUOR HAB11'It says: a !;I
future a clear docket. This will
fears the effect of the steel strike is
I dispensed with by the police de- 1 Is known and understoodthat for but could
now generally 'cough years, get no I
I
': doubtless -true. lie has I keep I the court from being the dumping -
attmeat:.after supposedly outliving certainly Drunkenness a disease and nut weak- .
relief from the doctors and medicines
. I new A bodyIlU.tb poison and nerves .
ground for cases lacking in -
')H iMfuuiess, made his second bril- reason to fear. completely Muttered by periodical or constant I used until I took Foley's 1 many
;.Btlttt; performance when he ran away 1 use ul intoxicating hquurs.r"quires Honey and tar. .It gave immediate every merit except the power of ai-
t" dgeont, 1&1S the Canton (0.) Moore's Pilules are a guaranteed : eradicating an antidote this capable prison ut and neutralizing destroying and tbe relief and done me more good than I peal-briefed for the long sleep that -

:;cs..JeDlocrl cure for all forms of Malaria, Ague, I craving: lor intoxicants: uf"rerway now all the other remedies combined." G. I was sure to follow. .

."?M ku been: doing duty as an orA Chills. and Fever, Swamp Fever, Malarial cure loss tbemselves ot time from at borne business without l>v this publicityor won- : W. Price. '
: y, li'er111'.gon "boss" recent- Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaun-1 dertul"HOVEGOLDCURE"whichharbeena ;, Chamberlain's Colic, .Cholera and:

"Ifc: 'and while standing at the corner 1,!'dice, Biliousness; fetid breath and and lrlecteU treatment alter many inebriates.'ears or The close faithful study Perry Heath must: not have squared ,I Diarrhoea Remedy has a world-wide

;' ti(SaefaiutU and Washington street tired,' listless feeling They cure' I use according to direction of this wonder Comptroller Dawes, who has ordered reputation for its cures. It never %

prig of an approaching au- t tribs UheumatUmand the lassitude following lul discovery is positively guaranteed. tocuretbe i the "busted" Seventh National Bank fails and is pleasant and safe to take. =
obstiuate bll1l1'h.n"
case uomalser
.>,lesebile; Supposing that it was theItbylanuaad blood poison produced from a drinker.most Our records sbuw the tnarelous I'' of New York City to pay depositors For sale l>y G. W. Price, druggist.:
malarial poisoning. No Quinine.No tratnsionn.ition ut thousands of
I \
that his services re Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not 'i undarJs into ....lJrrludustriuus and up- |In full or take.the.consequences. As president of the court of inquiry eli$
:* itd flew -- -- -- --
pv ,Ben off at a terrible speed stomach teeth. Entirely vlett men. :
-
:-jl tr itoppinf until 'ruin or" I WIVES cure your HUSBANDS:! CHIL- 1 O. O. Buck, Beirne, Ark., says: "I : requested by Admiral Schley,
he the
reached i .,0c box. Dr. :
tasteless.:: ; Price, .per DIH;'I curt purr KATiitKS'!! Tbisremedyis
;.tElirabetk hospital at Hopeland I C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North, Main in no sense a n,, tnID killulip title tor 1 was troubled with constipation untilI j Admiral Dewey is also on trial be- ; '

:'itet-' ;where be drew up-in front of ,(Street, St. Louis, Mo. Ceo.t\'. and this disease prepared oaly that nod u is is so thoroughly devised soluble bought DeWitt's Little Early j fore the American people. lIe can-

;!k Sottitation as of old. but with 1 I Price, druggist. [mar-'Ol-lyr] and pleasant to tbe taste so tbat it can be Risers. Since then have been en- I not afford to lend his name to any
.isihiag but i _. 1\'I1'oacup of tea or coffee-without the of old I
;.shafts dangling behind. I tirely curd my complaint. unfair or biased rulings, and he must
; knowledge ot the taking it. Tbou-
person
1 should not basked :
e
:-:r.OIIt41Jea llard. conundrums ; recommend them. iR Wise.
( had brought thousands : sands ot Drunkards bave rured themselvest not allow himself to become in
an
at.peopleto'the curbstones and he i iu hot weather, and "what have t with this priceless remedy, and as many .- I j
'. | more have been cured and made temperate The biggest at the Krupp strument in the hands'of those who
.wtfcrtraction in his wake. Faithful we gained in the Chinese mix-up'is men bv having tbe -('t'bE'administered by gun I
4| %BTeonscientious and eiiergetie'WfittTiU hard lovme friends and relatives without their works is the boss who i* worth ;>,- I I have proved themselves capable of
one.
4 a very knowledge iiicotteeor tea and believe to- I f
anything that will help to secure
: age:escaped unscathed and 1 dar tbat they Uisi ouuuucd drinking their 000,000. | "
"-l own tree wi t. D<.sor -Air. Donotbede- i the determined from the
at.bll"eharge at the hospital by |. i -- ---: object upon
luded bv and misleadingim-
: fttIe bad. 1 I provement.apparent" Drive out tbe-disease at once W a AT A'TLE' TT TELL. .5. first. x'>
; -84PeraIioaths ago Ben happened in CASTOR -r and tor all lime. 'rbe 11OME: COLD('UK!!:" I'. If that mirror of yours shows a I + --
B:5
i is sold at the extremely Ionprice ot one
egos tie Vain street engine houses6aaaa For Infants and Children. 4 Dollar thus Blaring within reach of every- ; wretched, sallow complexion, a jaundiced SEEIX' THINGS AT NIGHT -
>-\ alarm sounded. The I body a treatment mot effectual than otbersiosunetromiaiof : is result of
was
: r directions look, moth patches and blotches or nightmare, a common
;u Full )
r- "*** the gongs awakened the old i The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears accompany each package. Special advice I' on the skin, it's liver trouble: but j indigestion. You can't expect goon'

e.:Je feeling In the animal, and he ran A by skilled extra charge pbvsiciaos lent when prepaid requested to any without part- l>r. King's New Life Pills regulate sleep with a bad stOlua h" Dr. Loyal j lll f" =
Y.Marti '
miles beyond control of the the // ot the world on receipt ot One Dollar. Address the liver purify the blood, rive clear Ford's Dyspepticide, the nee reniI -
.: r.ho-IIltJI1 guided him into a of Dept. Et EDWIN B. GILES& Coat. skin, rosy cheeks rich complexion. I I edy, makes a sound stomach that digests -
Signature .
iUiiand iZH Market St. Philadelphia
';: .:_H** last remarkable run eo'V ?-.I I 1'ANY.All correspondence strictly conndentiaL Only 25C at G. W. Price's drug; store. I perfectly. G. W: 'Price. 3" '

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-",11 !point where a junction was ef-

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: lltm,of contractors.; In two
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}!stba'were driven'through so act

tll.that 1 no recourse'to bore holes

}found 1Ieeewr1..The Builder

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-I I SAMPSON-SCt1LEY CON- I TALKS OF CUBA. \ CORN CROP NOT A FAILURE. { }:

The;Citizen-Reporter. I TROVERSY. i MEDIGALJXAUKK. ,
.. I The drouth has been broken in I :
; i I ; Gen. Leonard Wood, military governor j
# H. L.DOD,. EDITOR AID PJWPB. ETOR. The Sarapson-Schley 'controversy j of Cuba, who is now on board 1 Kansas and Missouri by good rains, )f the U. S. Treasury Eecoas

'=.:A.c--H. DODD. ,AuisUnt-_ Editor. has broken.out afresh and with re-"I the dispatch boat Kanawha prepar'Fing |which base fallen in heavy, and fre- Pernna. .i<

e'" I,. .Official Newspaper of Columbia County and doubled vigor as the result of the re- l, for a cruise along the coast of j jj quent showers. since Sunday morn-
I the Towiurf Lake City, Florida. y ;
I === cent publication of a history of the i j New England, said Wednesday in'I 'ing. >
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i I PUbli"I1Cd'tr1. Friday at Lake CSty. 1<'1a. navy, written by E. S. Maclay. The I discussing Cuban affairs: !1 G'oL Geo. V.'..Vale, who has watch- i5f

." .1,; ,'":. ;,' .. omce-South ot=Cuurthouse square.- two first volumes have been in use at "Cuba is a totally undeveloped i ed conditions closely in Kansas' for a

i 'i .' Advertising Bates FctaUbed POI Application. the naval academy as a text book, !island, and has a great future be- score of years, says that: Kansas I

r. :'' Entered: in Lake City postofflce=as. second but Secretary Long has ordered the ;! i fore it. Yellow fever, that great ,(j-would raise nearly half a crop of

.. """ 'j, ,; class matter.. use of the book discontinued..In I bugbear of our people in the South, ''r}i r com. He said the people would
; =-=--'= his account of the Santiago tin anoth er year ill cease to be epi- raise sufficient forage feed for all the

7 7E 7f 7i 7i Subscription Si.oo Per Year. campaign, Historian Maclay charges |demic. We have not had a singlei cattle now on the range in Kansas.The : .

. Ii \ i. Admiral Scbley with having runway case of yellow fever at Havana this ranges will greatly bencfittcd. t

/ ., FRIDAY, AUG. 2, 1901. ao "in caitiff flight," and, in addi- I summer, and none in eastern Cuba Already the brown prairies are ,

!;:. :; :. I tion. denounces him as a coward, a :for j two years past. :. changing to green, and farmers and !
E ; !: cur and a traitor. 'i i "Cuba's resources require capital' stockmen Fay the landscape drill show
i Strikes of such
i i:. 1 1t currence these arc days that frequent it is,really oc This latter evidence of the malice \development. The last enormous !!j a pleasing contrast within the next '1.-: 11

bard to keep up with them. of Schley's enemies, which has carried j ji sugar crop was raised on 8 per cent : two weeks.It 1.I h'/

t; H \ ,'J'I '- them to the extreme of criminal j of the entire sugar producing land. is the steidy and per.-Istent I h'I \

: ) F. ; Rt. nev.Uhp John 'Moore, of libel, has of course thoroughly j
i 'I, .1 ., the Catholic Diocese of Florida, died; censed him and he has; applied toj i cultivation. We have l,500,00i in I Sunday morning that have brought I a1. '

ll t at St. Augustine Tuesday at the age Secretary long for the appointmentof our reserve fund, and c-in pay all our the needed relief and imro.edthe : l'rDr.Ll.wellynJordaa .
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of 67. a court of inquiry to thoroughly debts, and get out of Cuba within the Agricultural conditions. They hue :I

f.! ____ _n_ sift the whole matter and unmaskthe next i eight months. extended all over Kansas and the '
:;1 Lf" Hon. A. C. Groom Florida's
.I'.,. "..' new rascality of Sampson and his "We have established '3, comptroller has filed his bond and .
< clique. j schools. Two years ago: we< points in those: states reporting tw > 'I of U.Treasury Department,pvj. t

{ U taken the oath of office, and that Secretary Long has ordered the were obliged to provide over one inches and more of rainfall. auto of Columbia College, ud .lj .

t'- J; ,' department of the government is court of inquiry, which is to inv estiI I hundred orphan asylums to protect I I I served three years At West P ifitla) ':

;J j: again in working order. the controversial in OHIO BOLTERS.The the following to say ol'erua: <
.. gate points connection destitute children; since then we I

,' ;i.; r' ie; The tbree companies involved in ,with Admiral Schley's con- |have abolished sixty, and expect to I "Allow me to express 1111 J1It/tII4

;; .' ,r]: : the great strike of the Amalgamated duct during the Spanish war. The be I able to close more before we retire bolters from the Ohio Demo-j I to you for the benefit Cerhei fat .

court will be composed of Admiral i from the of Cuban cratic state convention met at Co- your wonderful remedy One s&rf'
Association of Iron and Tin management I I E .
tn r Workers are losing $210,000 per day Dewey, president; Rear Admiral i I. ;affairs lumbus Wedres3ay and oiganizeJJ i|! month has brought forth a nstfhssgtud

and the workmen $156,000.It i Lewis A. Kimberly and Andrew K. I "Our troops have been well cared the Progressive Democratic party. ; I now consider myself vetiau .

I I' Benhatn. for and their health compares favorably The attendance was so small that II i liter months ot suffering. Fcri

is stated that the position ofi l The court will meet at the Navy I with that of the troops in this many doubted at first whether any I sufferers Peruna will core you."

Comptroller, succeed the late lIon. 'Department in attempt would be made to hold a
Washington, September island is
f country, showing that the Catarrh is a systemic dlsessa t 1lllUt
W. H. Reynolds, was offered by Gov. 12. state convention, le"s than a dozen
undertake
I healthy. They camp out, jnly by systemic treatment. Ate
1 Jennings to Hon. W. V. Knott, state The court will deal with the criticisms practice marches similar to those of being.in attendance. The featuresof that cores ei.tarIhmwt aim direcQjti

auditor, and was declined by him. of Schley as follows: First, other troops of the army, and in the platform were the following: the depressed nerve centers. Tsif ft' .

The ablest men of the Alabama the alleged delay off Santiago. Seci i every way their condition and be- The laudation of Bryan and the reaffirmation what Peruna does. Pcrnnaimmediateff 'I
ondrthe alleged slow progress towards ]havior have been admirable. : of the Kansas City plat- !Invigorates the ncrrc-ceaten nu ;
convention are fighting the franchiseclause I form. Planks also inserted jive vitality to the mucous metDnI !
Santiago de Cuba from Cien- !! "The municipal governments are were
which discriminates between rhen catarrh
i :' white illiteracy and negro illiteracy, fuegos. Third, the retrogue move-t i \in good order. The judiciary is en- calling for the public ownership of !la permanently disappears.cured. t4l'ii

ment on the 26th and 27th of May. tirely reformed and is satisfactory.The all public utilities; that all moeny ot I i
bat, as usual, the ablest men are in I
the minority. This refers to the turning of the i i ifleet people are gentle and easily whatever kind shall be issued by the Peruna cures catarrh wherever ka$ ;i i

Y i, from Santiago towards Key !I governed. affectionate. Governmenr without the intervention *L PemnaisnotagntunortEcipaj":1aaent l
They are
-- -it is an absolute scientiU j
i cet
Senator Blackburn says: "The political West. Fourth, the battle of Santiago Beggarsare never seen.The products of banks; that the "money trust, tainty. Peruna has no ubstitBiag-

situation in Kentucky could II I and the destruction of Cervera's i of nature are so liberal .that the the parent of all trusts," i shall be de- rivals. Insist upon having Peruu. :: I

not be brighter fur the Democrats<< fleet. wants of nature are easily sup- stroyed, for "without a money aris- .
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book written Dr. Hutai
A free \
by
We will carry the state by at lea t i The sessions of the court will be I plied." tocracy there can be no imperial *
thirty thousand and have a majority open and the public will be acquainted ism." The destruction of all trustsis 33 the subject of atarrhu Its 11f1UeS.
I theses and stages, will be sent mi iii;:;
in the legislature of at least twenty- with every detail of its progress. !| A strike among the cigar makers demanded. PeruazMedidm
address The
fi re." I Capt. Samuel C. Lemly, Judge Ad-1 I has been prevailing some time in Such Democrats as approve a gold lay by 4." .
I' Co. Columbus Ohio.
I I vocate General, has been designated i Tampa and as a consequence nearly standard and who supported McKinley l :

A majority of the Sunday school' I as judge advocate of the court and r j all the factories are closed and business for President are invited henceforth ,1

children in Chicago are taught that"nothing will proceed with the of to affiliate with the '
preparation j to a great extent stagnated. Republican THE STRIKE AT TAMPA.
is more certain thanthat his case. He will examine all documents -(, The strike is not on occount ofI party. < -I

'the chronology In the Bible l and prepare a list of witnesses I i wages or the recognition of unionIsm The following ticket was nominated The strike may: last a week; itm !
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margin is absolutely worthless. The oourtt probably will sit for sev- j but eeems to result from the in- : Governor, Dr. Rudolph Ileem- last a month. It ino.ta strike if

lives.But the" "old time religion still I I eral months, more than likely until I I herent instinct of the class of laborers ling, Lieutenant-Governor, Henry C. more pay, or for shorter tours;cip '.p

after Congress convenes in Decem- ', involved to quarrel. whether Cordery; Supreme Judge mal :M. makers are paid better wages for'

<' Virginia constitutional convention !i ber.I they have just cause or not. Smith; State Treasurer, J. C. Shepard less work than any other Class.of l

has fixed the salary of Gov- ',I Maclay is a clerk in the Brooklyn: ; Attorney-General, S. L. Clark; bor in the United States. But It.' i:

ernor at $3.000 a year. This i ; Navy Yard and is classed as a las I, The water front federation, 25- Clerk of Supreme Court, Charles for the abolition of certain thhgf f
I borer. He is charged with being the i 000 strong, with headquarters at San Bonsall: Member of the Board of :' i
looked mistake which the consider J1.
upon by many as a e I Public Works cigarmakers
I hireling of the clique of which I Francisco, is out on a strike. The U. B. Connell.
as it is not considered sufficient compensation navy I unions n ___ __. imical to their interests that tit;; .t.
for a man of ability and sampson is the head.' : represented are the sailors, Lake City Citizen-Reporter; Rev. present walkout has been ordereiJ.
I The action which Admiral Schley longshoremen, marine firemen, team-, T. G.
competence. I Lang, president of the Florida However the trouble may result. ,
1 has taken is applauded by the whole sters, ship and steamboat joiners, Conference College, formerly situated Tampa will live through it, ad '; f

The New York newspapers wilhave country'' and the people will ..anxiously porters, packers, warehousemen, at Leesburg, arrived in the city emerge, as it has in the past, witi i
to clerks drivers and Tuesday tj spend several days.: renewed energy and accelerate i
get up another flensationalmurder look forward to the completes ship pile bridge
The Florida.Conference: is growth. But the experience, bog
trial. The Fosburg case i vindication of the hero of Santiago builders, hoisting engineers, steam College w F
still) located t
at Leesburg, and the ever familiar it has become, is wtij
about finished. A New York news and the rebuke his enemies so well and hot water fitters and coal team- probability is that it will continue and can never be pleasant-TJJBJ*,;!;

paper without several pages of horrors deserve.(I sters. Their action was caused by here for some time to come, at least Tribune. .-11.

every day would lose circulation I!i the lockout of the teamsters. The until the next meetiug of the an- --,-- "I. .!
fast. 7,000 garment workers went I I I effect is to cause a temporary paraly- nual conference. Has the Citizen ANOTHER EVIDENCE. :: t;
Reporter heard of
the
I j'out on strike last week in New York, Ii I Ibis[ of the shipping business of San: located at any: other college being than i
point
S St Owing to an accident which befell 1 i{ Brooklyn, Brownsville and Newark. Francisco such as has not been known Leesburg? No. the college has not Another evidence of Lake Gtj1 t

the Times-Union and Citizen press j j-,The demands of the strikers are that j I! before. been "situated" at any other place, phenomenal growth in the pastier;4 t

Si Tuesday morning the papers did not they work no longer than 49 hours a : and certain preliminaries are -necessary years is the fact that the loath!;;I I
go out in the usual mails and The attempt to import before it is done.-Leesburg
were |I negroes ova
week, receive a 30 per cent increase I I Commercial. factory_ which once .supplied an j i
not received here until a day late. I! from Alabama to take the place of w
in wages, and that the contractors u\es needs and shipped a surplus to out .-:
j Printing had to be done on a smaller 'the strikers in the Latrobe. Steel we bare heard that the.loca- -
unable is
or middlemen be required! to give a I tion of the college had been town consumers, is now
and the reached in and Coupler Works, Melrose Park, changed, i
press paper us bond assuring the pay of the work- at and if supply the home demand andtteir = ;
in
I i we.were error in the inference
.abbreviated form. ;1 111., has been abandoned. Cars bearing 1
: :
t ers. product must be supplemented }
t used, as seems to be the
three hundred case,
It is ,- ,----. negroes reached shipments into the city. Even tbe|| i
stated that the dispensaryquestion 'i we take' pleasure in publishing the
LaGrange the 26th
\ The on twentyfivemiles
new battleship Maine, designed -
is far from being dead and above to the demand for ice lacks a great iajs
arrest
t to be bigger, stronger and faster from Chicago and 'were there any erroneous impression
of
of
being supplied and many oaS|
will be made
an issue in future state that may have
out.
notified by five citizens of Melrose gone
than her namesake
whose shapeless tbeae-J
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citizens forced to
J politics. It is reported that are daily

an organization -
.\ mass lies in the harbor of Havana Park that three hundred armed and p
j" The DuriiJthis -
< has been formed to malt great fight between the Amalgamated cessity of going without.
tit : the question an issue in the next was launched from the yards of the determined men were awaiting their Association of Iron and Tin hot weather, the hottest ft tof f ;, William Cramp Ship and Engine arrival at that place and that they .& .
s 1! campaign and that a number of senators Workers and the United States Steel ever known, Ice is a luxury and 1
would not be allowed
f : and representatives inter Building Company last Saturday. to alight from Corporation is.still in progress with: we have become accustomed to to ;

ested in the movement. are The great hull's initial dip into 'the the train. This attitude of the peo- no immediate prospect of a 'settle daily use the uncertainty and faflaK* .-

i :: waters of the Delaware river was a ple of Illinois against the importation ment. The representatives of the of the delivery of orders wortH.J
strikers
i1t : "F. Recent rains have broken the long success in every way. of. negro labor should be sufficient tion remain and firm those, neither of the will corpora-recede great inconvenience and a hardship-
drouth in Missouri and Kansas -- ---- proof that the negro's best I
and
and *'
no
f : friends livein the south. compromise can be effected. We are informed that severalties P 1
Uri :. even at this late day it is thougbt.tbat i General Maximo Gomez, in the The strike, up to the present, has are looking forward to the
; ; :. the will be | course of an open letter, setting I been on for eighteen days I
:. ,. .. crops revived to some i I tablishment
of ice factory
.t'l. .. .". forth the With the settlement of, the Sea- an
{" objects of his'recent
extent and that the tripe
"! 'l"' damage will not board strike Fruit fruit! fruit! If :. and that there will be !
the South Is free from you have et'1
any
t. the United States
that
be asserts he
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i as great as at first .rted. We I
i rep labor to remember the business. Two factories WO
';' troubles of consequence It is Young's Drugstore
I 't 1. i'' look, though for went to New York with a view of impressing is
may an
.. ,, .. unprecedented especially; noticeable that while the the place to buy your fruit jars give us an abundance of Ice a
i" ; ,_ upon T. Estrada Palma'the
.. rise in tb value of wheat, I cheap. ,
j t ( ; of iron and steel trade in the north is prompt delheries.'i
if corn and other cereals. i necessity coming to Cuba to be ,
;, : rent with strikes and dissentions -- -- -
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: : 1'1 Several magnificent buildings will He Senor everything is moving along serenelyin .
says that Palma is the h ;
j H :, 1 [ be erected in Jacksonville with stone I most,available and only candidate. Alabama and Tennessee. In and &_ .:.

t. :. quarried at Miami. The Miami Stone ,- -, about Birmingham the scales have
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; c and Lime Works will furnish the Great excitement I all been signed and the milk are 1 What do
t'" ,! max prevailed at El working to their full capacity. The You Eat? H
,I, .. terial. The railroad people 'have Reno, Oklahoma Territory, this same is true around .Chattanooga. ;

1 f made a r reasonable freight rate, week, when the drawing of homesteads Should the strikes the north con- M Did You Ever Stop to Think of That? U'

1a .. j which will enable the owners o these in the Kiowa and Comanche tinue for any length of time, manu- .
works to deliver the stone .' far reservations facturers and builders would turn to Do you know that r/
as recently opened to settlement the markets are flooded with adaHer- U
the south for
their
a pig iron, etc. ated goods of all kinds eatXl
and that liable to
are
north as Waycross and Savannah. was begun. There are 13' And where things yon would you
,- once southern iron has 14m not like it you are not careful about
II ..
what
; 000 claims to be dibtributeiland each I made its entry, it is hard to dislodge. To be you buy!
The sure of'getting all She Groieriw. '-1
firing of a shell from the Kear- The Purest and Best
great strike of the United States'Steel we bay oral
i1j of the 165,86j persons who registered brands that are guaranteed to he pure. ** p
1 : sarge into Newport, R. I., one day about I Corporation's workmen whilea buy them from reputable houses and we cnn a-areoaf '-1
h.ad chance in
last week indicates culpable carelessness I one thirteen of costly thing to those involved, is Customers and wholesome.that every article bought of us shall be pure p
i j winning, though all were apt to prove of benefit to the south H Free delivery of
(
goods to all
somewhere. It iil.most fortu- neverthe-I parts of the city. :
mills.
less confident. 25,000 ern H
nate that the shot did no further DRY GOODS :
: NOTIONS HATS SHOES
at the of ---- '.
present opening the great H AND L".
'!' damage than to break a few of the land lottery Monday.IW-acreclaimi To produce a thorough 'alterative GENTS FUP ISUP.\GS. rJ. ,

i stones in the city- hall. "might effect, the blood kidney liver i
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and
I will be awarded to the lucky Coeis
j. I. have caused the loss of several lives parties and the names: of those first must be thoroughly treated.. '"7" Lake Cit Fla. -vN. B. LONG &

and the destruction_ of: much proper- drawn have the, pick of, the 13,000 Mixture acts on all Young's Drug H Dealers 18 General Merchandl3e.F. f
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It is our sad duty to chronicle the

.tSJ TJCKAUB.. can save money by buying death of Mrs. John' Gresham, nee | The Family Well ?

tjiri at Young's doors, blinds Miss Maude Summerall, in her :!Ub y
mantels, Any of them troubled with I
year, at her home
the' at Falling Creek. '
Valdosta I
Sash
& Door Backache Sleeplessness, Rheuma1Itism f
Scotch them. After many months of suffering i Constipation, Loss of Appe|
from lung trouble she passed quietly I fate, Biliousness, Sick Headache, I II -
Advent quarterly conference away Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. -. I Sour Stomach or Dyspepsia TheJ E ,=
Christian Con- I old reliable
resnrdy
in spent Sunday The
funeral
of South services were con- ;
Georgia and Plot- *
**t meet with the ducted at Corinth church by ne,. F. DR. THACHER'S

oreet for fruit den'on August 7th church and the at Pixton, of this ,city, and the inter 'LIVERSBLOOD' SYRUP

continue one week. The ment was at that place at o'clock l will effect a cure. It cures all diseases resulting from a disordered condition'! ;

of invited. Sunday morning.The of the Liver, Kidneys and Blood and keeps the system in perfect condition. 7Y:

ibis .week. j A. Fisher deceased, was the daughter of Thousands cured after baring been given np by physicians.
has
just completed one of the IhaveUkentwoboltUiofPr.ThacberiLhtrtndBloodByrup. It has I
county's most progressive done me more
and Mrs_ j shop a child's white farmers any median I have taken in ten gears -2.
and is well known in this MRS.S. M. DAVENPORT. New Orlesp, la. s
i fine boy.enry that is
may, a"beauty.. f
Ile baa city, where she received her Year Bnwgfc*kM PC TlUKimt. Urcr Md Blood Strap aDd fie TlueW.
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early Line Jtediuw ... .
(1)17) or as If... ....
on it .a.'t &
returned at u !!
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odd reau
times'and fur aRhutw-Bat
fmJufe or M ceau tot .
schooling. We tender our sincere Try Tsar l>"i.Ut F..... .N
j"froni Cedar Key two years in building it. I Write our consultation ,
sympathies to the bereaved. Department explaining your symptoms, and I
palaoa of the cot of material ,- -- ; receive free confidential advice. ,

Itiay on business. aud the work at Baseball. I THACHER MEDICI' COMPANY Chattanooga, Tc...

F.-A The second baseball nine, com- =K

: gay te Lot VV. in receipt of the ad intel- posed of the younger boys, went to I -
* the'death ].'t. White II --- ..
of Uev. W. S. Friday and played the I -- -- -----
sash doors and
kyor ViMosta- ;Sash & his home in Phoenix, Ala., small boys' nine-at that place, score, i We are informed that Sunday's issue William II. Hunt, the present secretary ,-

" tie Rev Rogers was pastor 9 to 5 in favor of Ft. White. of the Times-Union and Citizen of Porto Rico, has been elected -

ine you see church here for sev- I The young fellews say that, they will contain a picture and desCription to succeed Gov. Allen, upon the R

,Wounf"a and he and his estimable I had an excellent time and were of the new college building: anda retirement government.of the latter Gov.from the Allen insular b'._

many of our citi royally treated. They hope to arrange general review of the advantages brought with him to Boston i all bu "
call' glass, putty4' their friends. a game with Ft. White in the offered by the college to the young household good when .he came from
gj ,AnT quantity at near future. men and women of the state. We San Juanjind he does notexpect to ;r" s
very careful inquiry of rep were also told that the paper will i return to Porto llUo. The formal =
f. of all sections Following are names and positions: contain a description of tile town' of
|JltKiien5n j returned of county announcement; the selection of ,
and
Pierce Taylor catcher i>pOrtraits our more important Gov. Hunt is
that on the whole ; Connie Edwards withheU until the regular
malt: pleasure Ditcher, nay Youn l t base buildings. The matter contained in appointment is made and thi-;
crop of all : !!, = :, the
products will ---- will be
of
paper interest
river.wis great to cannot be before the espirationofthe
be harvested. It is tru<>. Cleveland Brown, 2nd base; Van the people of tbe city and they leave of Gov. Allen next
Sep-
who- is that in some parts! of the- I Streety, short stop; Basil Stock- should by all means secure a copy.Ladies tember. -

,vat IB the city a corn will bridge. base; Nick: Brown, left -
crop be gathered :. -
t km business- new; mine LiemoncK, center field
and organs shortage are with endeavoring sweet to /A. Y. Hampton, right field. ; I' .4 c r>- r rr.
p0-
Plaael',jewelry o.store.Office at peas. Negro-Dangerously- -Wounded. '!' Most Complete Stock of J

-re" is very little lawlessness in A t
ey9', has sold negro man. Willie Surls, was

""dace on east and this condition is very dangerously cut by Ella White, t Spring and, Summer Hillinery \

-Tt N. Milton.ut. owing to the fact a woman of his own color, in the j I
*_' : are at least lake laborers, ]Keen section of
the negro quarter' Of Jon
house
any in the City now \
,
iip i Friday and negroes, employed in the Monday at about 11 a. m. The man -
aek on business. part of the county. It \wag drunk and was: quarreling with Display at *f ".

Rob well to mention in this con- i1:8sJlirs ?, Eaton MISS H.
'RI ILEY
that there is little
Lareipendinf the week very with the four-inch blade of a large ,-

i ofMr. Eaton's going on, as only two i pocket knife. The knife was sunk-to t Leading Milliner. -
suits have been instituted 1 the hilt in -
; the region of the heart
1ft i %; Weeks and
rUIkmllle month. and ghastly wounds inflicted on other -
were r'mss
Friday and appropriate invi- parts of tbe body. .

ywCO. I j issued this week by the It is the opinion of physicians that ..

;1 .B. ,' of the Ladies Aid Society be can't live. Ella White has been

Bwnelloa phosphate Presbyterian Church for a committed to jail to await develop-

aj 5a' the, city party, which was given at ments in Surls' condition. She is a

Hall Thursday night, from notoriously bad woman, having beenon
A little organdie bag was one occasion tried for murder.
spice change of "ad" of in each invitation;in which ___ n _, ___ .. FURNITURE FURNTV
i-Jtli firm Is closing was expected to depo-i An Old Paper.

'of-furniture at i' for every foot he e I I While ,
rumaging around
I one cent for every ad- I among' -
V'V f inch Notwithstanding the some old things this week Mr. F. II.

JM*Jotie and Grace acre"T"! a person five feet ten was I II I Young came across an old of
copy Now
_. Iff,time over from )I$ cents more than one whoI the Lake City Reporter, dated Sept. is the Time to Buy,
six this had
i Tuesday and I no effect on
spent 28, 1&3. published by Frank, Finley
and it is needless to .
k' I I this novel entertainment A.; Co.; C. A. Finley, editor, and W. As I Must Close Out

,Ls.Futch, who has I enjoyed. Elegant -I. Iyes, Jr., associate. z

fat t ad'toreport the fever for is i,j were served without The paper gives an account of the The Remainder of My StockAt

" up contract to erect the college building -
_ I to business. \ rA, GA., Nov. 19, 19(10.!
let
I being to Messrs. J. W. Hens- Once. -
"
&t W.. Perry, Scott | handled Dr. Moffett's ley and H. H.'Emmons for $12,200. It T--ytbhy

)eia,Street/ left '! (Teething Powders) ever is also stated that all the ,material

r for Cedar Keys to first introduction to the used in construction would be bought t

weeks fishing.'ra.VV trade as a proprietary #r '
from
home
altil ; F. Thorn (I and our trade in it has Among other people.interesting things I' JflS.\ t YOUNG f\ e' ffl

ifaaeXuesday from from year to year I mentioned is the contemplated building I GOOd t'P\ % t

r toy were the gue ts of I ; orders now amount to two of the Georgia Southern rail Hardware lcTt
i+ g
} days.B4digfSma11 : hundred gross per year, road. -
strong evidence of .
very '
Wfajfrom returned and the satisfaction it is : The local advertisers were: J. E.

.quite an the mothers of tbe country Young, drygoods and hardware; S D. t.
JtjButlcf; Ga., where that nothing so effect Roberts B.' -
Oak
groceries Byron -
;
,
teflieit of hersister.CeoChalker the effects of the undertaker; Wm. Taylor groceries; .... ,,,... ,," "" ,. ... ,,,,... ,,... ,,... ,.
hot sun or overcomes so ,
nee Miss troubles incident to F. Hoffner, jeweler; J. C. Masters,
>
t U etae a. guests of the I 1 I :\ &*RANKIN DRCG Co. .Martin, sewing machines; Hodges & Misses UrenIIau and Chil-

Palmer this week. Wholesale Druggists. Lovier, jewelry; DeSoto Livery Stable j mer near in our fine acsortmenLThey tor. Sumf -=. >
,
1oL1 ring. Transfers. ; McNeil &, Scarborough; O. L. i are must delightful in their
t.-properly | f simylicitv. We have the quality
Keene. millinery and notions; A. Davidson -{ A wbico insures gout servicemade
G. W. Cline and Mrs. T trom ,,
Tmperty and stylish material and ae\el | 'd
groceries; J. D. Streety, I i by skillful lingers. Our
sold Mrs. L. F. Frink prices will
to
e Mpply at this
f bear
hardware. Professional cards-L. comparUiin with the Invest
-".fl., j central division 01 Lake'j i found eLseWhrre. quality of goods itg $
Young and Harrison, attorney at law; J. H, f considered Ribbons at cost
'ee tOrlait j east by R. Jordan and
relatives at Twyman, dentist. r.
I of Mrs. L. F Frink.
Stirkeand '

, kgone fur'St.several P '| D. M. Thompson to C. n. 1100 REWARD, 1100 : MRS. T. N. MILTONMonroe r fri --c

pasta gash & Door C : sta, Ga., south end *. The readers of this paper will be pleased t
,0a j northern division, tox210 to learn tbat there U at leant one dreaded [ ,. \\LlII\
loCk.
I Marion St.
manufacture all ; $1500.Notice. disease that science has been able to cure'in
l icesblinds ; all UM stages and that s catarrh. Hall I
, ,,t interior I Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure not
,work. Write known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh ,
&
;': being a constitutional disea--.e.-.e. requires a :
'tft
,
h (
.. } of the Board of Trade constitutional treatment. Hall Catarrb i .'-X11"'"... 111 11 ...
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' f"A..FIiJier and two >ted to be present on next Cure is takeninterndlly: acting directly up- -- .
on tbe blood and inucuous Hurtacesot the I --
,;, Thursday viz. Wednesday, system,thereby destrome the foundation )
Springs at 5 p. m., at the circuit ot the disea.se, and giving tbe patient r> .
where Matters of strength building up the constitution and
importance
Mveral. weeks assisting nature m doing its work. The proprietors I
.- : have HO much tilth in Its curative
v of. powers that they otter One Hundred Dollars
heo.A, Smlthson I: J. E. YOUNG, President. tor Ilstol any testimonial case that It Jails Address u>cure Send for ( $1.1 e I k *

aj morning from [ K. J. (CBCMKY Co.,Toledo,a I
+ Sold bv
Druggists
L ,xb
been ueu, Sec'y. tOur {
under
ins for the the I I mil" Family Tic-the best. aug J _
Advantages. : -
Bankrupt Notice. : THE DOLLAR
6baiaess has as good water as can j BAZAAR
men c: the District Court of the United States j '
- he attendance at the the state, and its citizens j II III' I for the Southern District of Florida. |
I' healthy. In the matter of Mrs. C. f .
of Trade, water from the deep well E. VVheUtone. trading}] For a Dollar we give the
yon ,
t, at 5p.ni. under the name of the t,. }In Bankruptcy j
viii and Water company M. Whetstone Co., Bankrupt Best Hat, Best Shoe, -
come before to those who desire it a r
Best Pants, Best Linen Table ,
at any time. To the creditors ot Mrs. C E. Whetstone, Cloth _
__ ,; saw and planing mills trading under tile name ot the Q. >4 Whetstone Best Lace Curtains,
tASash ,
& Door
Co. of Mikesrllle, in the county of
of turned Columbia and district aforesaid. a bank Or anything e in our line, ,
h and furnishes ice at our rupL Notice Is hereby given, that on the s. Whether for a Dollar less call. -
+ or give us a
taed''balusters, round. Wth day of July. A.U 19UI.the aid Mrs. C.
'ear
Isof_ au k'nJs-' t:. Whetstone, trading under the Arm name
ices enter the city. of the C;. U. Whetstone Co., was duly y
before you buy. advantages are adjudicated bankrupt; and that the Nothing Over One Dollar
,- tiolL those of any city in the first meeting ot her creditors will be heldat ,
Lake City In Columbia county In said
a District on the 3 tb day of August A, D..
thifty population numbered iuulat 10 o'clock in the forenoon at which
resides I the aid creditors attend YOURS TO PLEASE,
about two thousand last year, there time may prove '
their claims! a trustee,
appoint
informs tw that i thirty-lne deaths from all 1 1 the bankrupt and transact such
S2i and that the business> as may properly come other"
condition and I the co-operation of the meeting. FBASK FEBBO. LAKE CITY, FLA H. F. URIE.

Pounds. He commission in securing Referee In Bankruptcy t,

20 bushels per pike City Fli. August 1st UOL .I J qty ; J I


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Rc.peetal.lllty'r Dlsadva.tare.. T ORDINANCE: NO. liS,

An extensile owier of city real es- L.- -" : .= -- ''::::-: : -:-.. -- .-- :...: '-'.:.. =--. .: '. \

HUMPHREYS' tate was called.upon !fit his office one : An n :iiuncf to amend ordinance

morning by a stranger who asked: NIL ti). Ortlinu' K.sH i shall be -IPAOTfl

him: '' I ami is hereby ;t iPot 1I.ll.,11 tt read as fcliW !:
Witch Hazel Oil i "II this Mr':: Philpot?" ; 'I
t.i-vHi.: There hall 1 : o;tarlUhtd -
"Yes, sir, he replied. :
Cit\.l'1t. a intat d I-
'tOne ii Lake
"You. ow n the property at 515 Bum-
THE PILE OINTMENT blethorpe" avenue, I believe." fish market, an.1 it slall I.',' unlawft I I l I

Application Gives Relief. "Yes." -.- for any JH.TMJH nr pertiiito s -H. 'ot- For Infanta and CMlfr*.,

"I am told you are trying to sell it.*' fer f..r salk Llr del ivt'r .it retail any
t. "lam." fresiitiieatcr il-h i : il1UC UAUI if

It cures Piles or Hemorrhoids-External ""I should like -to buy it if your priceis Like. City, except from the city mar- {$ gil The Kind You i 1

or Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itching or reasonable enough" ket. Bit the .>nof this 01dinancc _
t Burning, Fissures and Fistulas. Relief immediate "May I aak who you are?" _
-cure certain. "I am Prof. Goodkind, of the un I'hallnot prohibit! the farmers ." : Always Bought

It cures Burns and Scalds. The relief versity. ha\e bought the place next to of thiatounty from selling, offrrfntg A\'gefabIc'Prcparationfor Assimilating -

instant .>....No. 575 on the south for a residence, for bale and delivering) fresh I tteToodandBeguta-

It cures Inflamed or Caked Breads and and to be frank, I don't like the kind meat or Iblu the street after 10 ling theStomadis andBowels of Bears the.Signature .

1 i Sore Nipples. Invaluable.It of tenants you rent jour house to. I dock a. m. -

cures Salt Rheum, Tetters, Scurfy wish to buy it and select my own neigh- Pasted.lsy ('lIundt'June fl, lail.U. .

Eruptions, Chapped Hands, Fever Blisters, bors." I n. PACKUI.: Presiuent.Attest .
Corns Bunions "Xo, sir!" answered the owner of _0-
Sore Nostrils. ,
Lips or
I Clerk.
:I. h F3,
r Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of insects the property. "That puts a different .Promotes DigeslionCheerfulnessandltestcoatainsneitner-
Mosquito Bites and Sunburns., "- aspect on the matter.' I don't care to I Approved Jane 17, If01. of
sell the I shall it and 1' P. COXE, Jay or. .
Three Sizes;25o., 50o. and $1.00 place_now. keep OpiumMorpturie: norlfioeial.KorNXncoxic.
raise the rent on the ground that the I .
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Sold by truggUts,or tent prepaid M receipt: of price.HUMPHREYS' neighborhood i.. improving.Youth'sWOULD .

MED. CO., ..... .. .. I ... >
..t>. .... .L..A.. "'- AI. A. A .Ao. .L .t. '
1EW "ORK. i'I
Cor.WUlUmiJobDi-u. !{ I.
HAVE COST HIM HIS 1i
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MI_ -MMi BMMMBMMMBJaMMtMMimMaMi Bfc i I Jpl III"OlilIrS.-tNl'llJmIlEl
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LIFE. \VVNTED4 .
.... I P-b. Sarlf.ok.tl.So144
1 Republican congressmen who take I j Oscar Bowman, Lebanon. Ky, BUs on tract of land from ;, /Ax.J-- .:

their trJers from the party bosses j I writes: "I have been Laing Foley's .w to 160 acre within a radiusof I mix,ford I

are declaring against tariff: revision Kidney Cure and take great pleasurein 2 miles of Lake City, for the II : :11
another for Florida Agricultural College. :
which good reason stating it gave me permanent cure ..
healed in
Bid be and placed
Democrat: and agitation of to
support of kidney disease which certainly ,,
tariff! revisiont I'i the hands of the undersigned sJeAT j .
woulJ life.
j hivecoet me mv Take S
Board I ;
prior to Sept. :?,71o1.: ;
none but Foley's. G. \V. Price.If ApcrfectIielnedy' for ConsCpation.SourStomach.DiaiThoea.-
r Extreme hot weather i is a great ; reserves the riaht.t.r reject any .
or all bids. J. D. (, .\1.1.\WAY, I :=:
tax upon the Ji-jestue power of ba-J i that Tennessee war, between Sec'v Board of Trutees.jrf Vorms.ConvulsionsJevensh-

I bies: when pony and feeble they 1t i, revenue men and moonshiners keelson 0Fla., Agr'l College.. ness sndiOSS OF SLEEE f 0 r .0 ve''rl

should be given a dose of White's a* it began, the consumers of I ; "j
I 'ream Vermifuge. Price 2> cent. j; I 6V ""' Y VYYV "VV. Tac Simile Signature of
tt Tennessee "moonshine" will have to ,
G. W. Price. \
I pay higher prices. & Thirty Years'cowowUPn.

t ;ga'migh time I NEW YORK.
Pierpont Fare i
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Fifes are not only in, and of them-
Ly buying tbe Republican nomina- .
Delves and
very painful annoying,

I, tioo for pres-Klent.for_. himself. I! but often aggravate and even cause I "Fruit"To
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TO SAVE HER CHILD.t j t other grave- and painful affections, I CASTORII

From frightful disfigurement Mrs. : and should therefore not be neglected. ,

I Nannie Gallasjer, of La Orange, Ga"al.li..ll Tdbler'o Uuckeye Pile Oint l EXACT ..
ment is a great boon to sufferers as raise fruit 'y' -
good -
Salve
nu.kleT'srnka to tra.a.yar.coaa.y..ns..em.tom
it will cure them. Price, ciO cents in ,,, -- -
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heJ.d'anJ face -
on her :- -- -
great sores bottles. Tubes, 75 cents. Geo. W.
and writes its quick cure exceeded': Price. you must have Potash. ;

aa tier boie'. It woiks ivod ts'n -- --- -- t .

sores, bruiues skin eruptions, cutF, According to European gossip, the Fertilizers containingat I, LL" Zl 2
burns, tuaUs and piles. :;;c. Cure' so-called French republic is in danger __- L 3 'SE3'__ _1; y J'_: __<;!"T2""' af; ff-;tH-4 r .

Fi guaranteed>t. by Geo. \Y. Price, drug', of being toppled over. The Czar least 8 to 10% of i. :I.!. mJ, ;, l "ItI I>It1" I'3... 1S $4.6JP l? 19 c E i' -.

I of Russia: is credited with the inten- > eli ; '"

The new Democratic mayor of St. | tion of putting one of the young Napoleons Potash will give best i 111i =:
DOATT ST ANDS-
Louis giving that city the best ad- :: on a French throne. >t t :1

ministration few more Republican it has had mayors in year would AI I; Constipation: -, -impaired- -digestionand results on fruits of all : all! .ONYOURigAQ.J ..t a

St. Louis far in the hole. a torpid are the most common i
have put i kinds. 11i! ff- .
\ ailments that are responsible
I 1 AND I c
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. i i'Something ; for that tired, listless, fagged-out ; 1Iji -= --=-
makes Write f..r; our p i feeling that the summer a I I KICK "- \
New Under j I dreaded period to so many people. i.i every farmer's library :- I i \--J' ,
the Sun." S Ilerbine will cure constipation. It I They are sent free. I "', I'" ; -T---T- I"
i 4', H T the have been
i improves the digestion and arouses / Moor Printing you "
All docters nave tried to curd CATAKUH bv | I : I II I I/i.a I using when You can get the Best _
the use of powders. acid (gases inhalers and; { theli\erto normal activity. Price GERMAN KALI WORKS, : .11 /
'drugs in vaite torn Their i nv the inucuuut mruibrand. causing them to : -- i 3' 1<1I l i reasonably consistent with up-to-date 4t
crack up-nandbterd. TheIK.urrtuLacids'uaed ;: ct t nrbtclasswork.. \Ve are prompt. ;-
in the inhalers Lace entirely eaten' Teddy has been buncoed. Somebody ; }. \
away lb- same iiiembranes that their mak- has made him believe that it is ; i! / Avoid further trouble,and annoyance ',i
ers Lay aimed to curt, while pastes and {j '+' V by sending us Trial Order. J ;
olatmtblscanuut reach the disease. An old up to him to do the quiet and dignified .
and cxri>'need practitioner who b. s for'i i.
act i.n order to show that it 'KodolDyspepsia lli
many jrdrs made a che study and hllt'cialI!I: :
ty of tie treatment t>t r VTAKUII. has at UstprittTicd I I would be safe to trust him with a THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE. ] .
a treatment which when tailhful '
H. L..
DODO PROPRIETOR.
.. presidential nomination.
Iy ustfo not only rtlievrs once gut i r-
ml cnly cures rATttuiii, l.v removing the !i ----- 1li J

caus all >ialiawmaU e..U-ppiuj the n. di.t9targes.It is the only and rctiiiUv curing i Plump cheeks, flushed with the J'l Il!{ TF lc!:!'I'3M>rIt- 2'\b: u!M S g6T t$ 8T T !3T.t3M3M J'r :l:

know r to science tbat actually nadirs ttuatil.Ctcd !! s jft glow of health ant a court Cure fi =
parts. This wond.'rinl remedy is pure n: > it I2-r iiS ilSI?II fS12 !iH1<;1 N2N" m 1'
l:now as "SKL'PFLKS the '\ 'rtloCATAKUU : t I plexion make all women beautiful. I i. =
4 i i Bfc."'and is Mild at the extremely Htrbine imparts strength and vitality : -- -- -- -- -- -- -
low Trice ut One Dollar each package CuDtiun.u ;I to the system, and' the rosy hue I Digests what you eat.It .
uiiduinesutBe
ialeriialaaJeilern.il -
lent cur a full month's treatment and ever ; of health to the cheeks. Price 50 artificially digests the fOOd and aids I r------------------- '
>thinnecessary to iLs perlerl ustNl *. 'i cents G. W. Price.Yondes I Nature in strengthening and recon
:t'Fl.KS" vlhe, .>..Iy }..-rtrctCsTARRHcrate the exhausted
ever made and is now recognized as I strutting digestive orguns. : I "Thou Shalt Not Covet ]
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the only safe and positive cure bur that an- F \ never cease! Two green It Isthe latest discovered digest-
liOVinii'aud disguslmi arrested the other
goods were I
lunaiuuutioii: quickly iM-rmanently and approach it In efficiency. It in, f t>&>
1 Is also itonderlullv quick to relieve BAY day in Xewark, X. J., while their intended PERFECT CONTENTMENT IS BOSH /.V THE KlTCiEH. HEALTHFUL "
FE.t.R add CoLb in the III AL. stantly relieves and permanently cure; DAINTILY SERVED,MAKE "A HEART JO MEET ITS FAr!." ;
4 I:.ATAKittyben neglected' often leads to t victim-a Ii.issippianwasj Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn+,'I Write lor Catalog"cl 100 iitlaent combiuttUmt fli,,.hit prvLutiau d tU ,...
COIII.II1"1'I0l"SXl' KLhSj w ill ha'-c you j writing a check for them. Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
if you use it at oiu-e. Ills uoordmar remedy Sick +l Century and, for a medial oullii, tulu lilt weal tunt- '
but a complete treatment which is IMMintlyguarantied i "- Headache Gastralgla.Crampsand
I 10 cure L''l'ARRII many j For mosquito" bites, bites or sting+ all other results of imperfect digestion.Prlee5Oc I INVESTIGATE ;
corm or stage If Used a _ ... which accompany aarb I. clat;;e. lIon.t of insects, animals' reptiles, applyUallard's smaU Ize..anUSL Book all Largesiiccont&Insmtlme about dyspepsia mailedfret!!,I 0
delav but send for it at once, and write I ull f:
particulars as 11) lour condition and you Snow Liniment. It coun- Prepared ty E. C DeWlTTa CO..Cblcagapraaptly t
_
a will recm-e hitfcul advice Ir.uu the discoverer 1
teracts the poison in the wound,
I or this Homlrrlul rriiudy regardingoar 1 iYffOiL Rffj5Lft
subdues the inflammation and heaUthe
.. } casenithout cost to you 1"'ood the ;t
regular price ul --SNL'KKfchS" the 'XJuarttineed I flesh. Price 2 S an.l 00 cents. (.rI :

*eot prepaid Catarrh to Cure.any'*address in tbe United I jW Price._,-_ f ''ra a,%' done of Mi/years ExpenBtt

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States or Canada on rp..iJl..I ORe Dull tr.Adiress $
I l>ci>t, t: .. KUWLN It. GILKS i CUMANIi.J.uand2C' Comrade Sickles may take a notion ;PII 9 t Adorn the Nome
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? Market St.Philadelphia.We i PffllNTS Economize in fuel f
to ask Comrade Ilanua- some
i ttflake lhtfyjsettoldSi
$9 Glad
agree with the AuguataC'bron- j embarrassing questions about the F31

isle that this is no time to "nag Mr. !; commissionership of pensions at the pra i asar 1.a ;
1 = G. A. III orp"t0 brfres report..pae.taIilityy. Iiouk-Ucm\J,
7 Bryan. The thing for Democrats I| coming encampment. i. .gad Foxig.1'seaosaaJTtate-Mark; V
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'FIEElurut terau erer offend to l.ve.t..n.ATERT .
do is look for leader
to now to out a
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SUCCESS-WORTH KNOWING. LAWYERS or si TEAKS' PRACTICE.PATENT
I who can win. I j ) .,20,000 PATENTS PROCURED THROUGH THEJi
in the South ) .. ., ,
: 40-years success proves euUuUitial. iuwil ad. i >uaUtoOM &
I .enie.. M.dnnt. eturetWge
I C.A.BVOX1.X.A. I,i Hughes' Tonic 2 great remedy lor
chills and all malarial fevers. Better C. A. SNOW.& CO. tJ1 Ttk
Nave MSIVI
s Aiwals BougU3anattue
Bears u..
; than calomel and quinine. Contains LAWYERS,

; GOO #, : I; no arsenic. Guaranteed, try it. lippp. U.8.Patent Office. WASHINGTON 0. Fl.d .
I of At druggists. 50c $1 bottles. aprf.TOl
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IT IS WRITTEN"National '
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Steel flanges are the Never bad a itore to Uk-
best made." evenly and qukkly -'

It. M.Parez, Mobile, A?. ZIaa.ELLta Trallff, $

"Abundance of Lot water always Ics d
furniahed." L "Ia >>years houselteepiIIg
; W. R.BSDSGBU ass';t3atatiriae.had stove w pleasing. !
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perfect condition" j3 "I am sure there U none$UP '

m FANNING OKPEAX SCHOOL, jlul .b14 J.T. Aaaa.%.S+pef
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"Not one-half the fuel required
as formerly." L > L "Ths Natuoal. thebestnSge=

-s 1, f 1 MATaOlf VA tnaaa4LT urraas-TV. in use?' 3
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a i e7II I ., i,,. exchange it (or." 'Takes less wood and less

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DON'T EXPERIMENT jt jk BUY Wit4T YOU KNOW TO BE WSTOVTS
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: i!I .( That C.B try De....... I BegiRight I# VJ right will go through the whole summer _

A That. Fully; Oae-T- bd.r. Do- i I' season with little trouble. A taint ot MalaT *>
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rt a to. ta ('aelplo.... rial in
poisoning blood
: your lo-day will last a. ;
: The 'director of the geological survey f! : until the Fall unless you drive it out now.

: of Canada, in his last report .... | Blood Medicines can't'cure _Malaria poison-
makes the amazing statement that --.r : The antidote for ,
f ing.JOHNSON'S Malaria poisoning is
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practically nothing U known of oneI -
I of the Dominion. So states TONIC.-,

i States Consul Seyfert, at ,, The sickest man is not always iu bed. The'
I Stratford.in _B report to the state meanest kind
; department. j i iI of sickness is just to be able to attend to one's duties. With-
i It i>1 shown that more than mil j j i rich blood in veins -
a your you perform, with pleasure, the work
i: and a quarter square miles of I I Ii that becomes an arduous task for half well people. 4
i territory is as jet lines-'

I! detached. This includes Arctic portions the inho,:pita-but .I Why don't you take JOHNS N'S TONIC ? It is the
from these fully 934.000 square World's Greatest Medicine. The dealer nukes less money on ;.
: are for all practical purposes JOHNSON'S TONIC than ou any other kind. Now remember

unknown. The easterly area i that your health is your business and making money is his
=c'-s the greatest extent: of unex- business.
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territory. It comprises almost -
< I! entire interior of the Labrador ': It would pay you better to drive twenty-five miles to get a 'gam'i
} >a. ninsula. The indications are, say f bottle of
JOHNSON'S
TONIC
rather than
Seyfert, that use the cheap kind
during the neat: I II _
1 I years at" least 5,1)00 miles of I..." that pays more profit to the dealer.Honeymaking :

I I the d Dominion will be ,completed most of \\hit-h tlr iI/h'j, and Life-saving don't run very close together. -

I through the unexplored wilder I JOHNSON'S TONIC is the kind that cures. It is 100 times
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: as it is reco.ui. -d hat railroad I better than Quinine. Does in one day what slow Quinine
| primarily essential to the !
open
/ cannot do inten days.
up of this vast territory. The I II'
wealth of this region is said i Better do own thinking when
your health
-t 6 I' l, unilmiKt fllL' imnionca, whiles i your is at stake. :, ;
Insist upon having the World's Greatest Medicine.JOHNSON'S :
dense forests of hard wood'when .
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to the markets of the world
expected: to become a source of :
( ; rge profit CHILL a and FEV.ER'TON c. 7


front faa la "KnuUad. Etr .f /ram Litter rfirrfOnmUvlUf It bas been on the market for the '
To di! pl.u utit on stationery and niwt seventeen years, and stands
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1 August 16 ISS9.Ai
bsL in Knpland costs each fan.ily: n higher today as a curative agent
z> of a n-iinua a J'ur.L ut 40,000 I Uu we Of 50, sUb K yean of active } than any other medicine made. :
& : ,I ( pay: it. practice I am a careful observer and eau- Take thorough couns: of JOHN
'_", j I' I I I tlooi la endowing propneUrj mejkiues, but SON'5 TONIC{ and enjoy that keen .
i ; ; Curt of the (|u.....'. Fuarral.j lean conictentlouily endorse yont JoBo>'8CHOI. I pleasure in life that only belongs to '-
.- I .1 :1 :j Thf qiurn's fiintral cost Jl'.SfifiO! AND Firm TONIC as one of the best J thoroughlyvell people. C-

:, : .. I .' i.uthin and of whiih was for the i I have combination ever Died.ntraedlea It correct for Cl\iU the and vitiated Fever se-1 .Costs. 50 cents a bottle Get it -
| -- tnteitiiinnitut of fortigi. ; creiliw of toe liver,relieves coMiveuess,and to day. 1 ,
\ : 1" ;; : tS. promote lUoorpllou awluiUMloa of god,
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thai falflUlatf all .
:- ludlcatlooi claimed for it.
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"', >.' I 1 "CURE I S Wruugbt Iron Fences. Parties needing Marble work will Had it to .
tLcirlnterest to write us fur designs and prices. All Work Ou.r nUeJValdbsta :
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t.. i.j : I or general excellence of STYLE and FINISH, and i
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I Ladies' lulior-nade Suits;
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>> Skirts Underskirts, -
j WHISKEY. ii \\ Corset, Neckwear, Under.

tN I. !*, I'' wear, in especially exclusive. f's

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tr-1:: ; the best and purest! .' with solicited.privilege Careful of attention examining, and before shipments paying.C.O.D. /r. .

Correspondence invited. *- _" _
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i I Queen ;Alexandra overcome by air: {irP}; Ct00 i r:;':>>Mo 3it3: sir3llf;<3'" }v*'"VW" _,_ ':

I I the heat this week: Our wifeal- I II I

GENERAL ILL HEALTH, I I ways make it a rule to cook on a Nines : IIERBINLPureJLces '
I I gosoline stove durinjf summer.ITSAVKHIHSLKK. I Ii
SEASE with no specific.name
which seems to combine stom i. Tenthsof : -- J."f,:'!& .
I ach disorder heart trouble, 1'. A. Danforth. of LaGrange: G l., I I w- :
blood disorder and a host of suffered for -ix UI'onthvitl1 a fright-j r I II ; from Natural ROo 1EGULATES '
::0 other ills, and which can be described f til running! sore'on his I leg: but writes I I #
only by saying you f eelt"all |ithat Bu'klt'n'I'nka Salve wholly all
l knocked out" and "good for nothing." cured it in the O.M-S.: For I'lcers. the : n the liver
means that your kidneys are overburdened \Vound!<, Piles, its the best salve iu: I Stolrachsad6 .
i and need relief. i the"world'ire guaranteed. Only I PeopleSuffer : n Cfianses the SrSe! Purifies
hyJRES
I is almost always J BInf(
Kidney derangement ,!:!..ic. Sold by leo.. \V. l'rce. 1 .
i" at the bottom of general ill health. _. -- ,
Your doctor knows this, but he usually i That report1 that AguinaUoi \fas !, : j Maari! Biio: snsssCaastipt t

j -, treats Foley's the various Guaranteed symptoms Kidney one at a time.Cure i bought over fur |l't ),(k1U has been !) from 1 Weak StOffifWh. anu Impaired Dlgestl.

gets at the bottom of these troubles and I i knocked into a cocked hit: by the I I a --- -. '

i cures them all at once. I(I!I statement the that'. Uncle Russ Sage put Diseased : Erery Botite Guaranteed f ia Slti; Sjti! iijt

J You run no risk. Satisfactory results-are guaranteed. up moue-.-) ---- I y1ZC3.ao: :a">Z"I'7.ks 83LAt.T.
t A SUPERB GRIPPE CURE. Liver. I I Price, '"O Cents. I
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I bruises BANNER SALVE is be.L'I
For cuts, or sores
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I Drives out every trace of Grip frcparcd by JAMES F. BALLARD St Lbob,,
I Poison froui the system. Does it I -:.;... --......."""' ,.. :
quick. Within an hour it 'enters the -------w' ".
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Sold Geo. W. Price. blood and begins to neutralize the ef- I
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fects of the poison. Within a day it Sold by. Geo. W. Price.
I i places a grip victim beyond the point
1 jof danger. Within a week ruddy .
J. D. CALLAWAY, I I Dr. W. n. Ives, Jr. cheeks i attest returllof perfects ,,=
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health. Price 50c if it cures. Ask for M T rf.'frMtt l 13. A a 1. a
'I; BROKER .: PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON. .Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic. -
--,! RKAL ESTATE AND !I|I I i Take nothing else. 1901marMy II t -'I

INSUfi.NlEGEX'f I LAKE CITY, FL.P O E 113. :j A new party has been formed out The I :
Lake City. Fla. I II ll
II made of and Silver Often to both
I -- i West up Populists sexes a food edir
l i L. E- EROBERSOS. A. n. SHALL Republicans. The first thing.it FloridaAgricultural" cation along the lines of

OTIS I:. PARKER, !N NE Jasper Flo. I I Lake City,Fla.'.i did was to ask the Democrats of Modern Thought and ftaivBi I
ROUERSON fc SMALL. _
: Kansas to fuse iu the coming election -

E Attorney At Law. ,,ITWRXEIS AT LA\\\\\ \: of that state, but for once = .. Scientific. Literary Military aw

\ LAKE CITY AND JASPEK, Fill.l .the Democrats there refused the in- Industrial Departments. Ifata ;
LAKE CITY, FLOCUDA.t
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i;. complete outfit of apparalw.pcriMtt tr-
I E \\\ \ do a general practice in State and vitation. The Democratic party all College. reduced
to I
Federal courts. Collections and conveyanc a mihhms 1
I ing. Lake City office: Second floor Via- ;over the country irfust get rid of the Short-band Telegraphy t oot.
t uat. mock. dutw-lrr. > isms fastened upon it by the Populists -I keeping, taught iEr.z.F
DR. E. RIVIERE
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Send for a New Catalogue to
and Republicans before another .
DENTIST, I| national campaign opens or the same I \Y. )lo'. YOCUM.
Odice upstairs in the rear of Pi ice's lIrng i T. B, OLIVER, i 1 fate awaits us in loot as we had in I' Lake
Sior.. LAKE('IT\. Fl.. I ii ATTORNY-AT-LAW. '96 and 19UO. The Democratic partyi v _.i'-_ ._ PteLilll:t
LAKE art FLA. I must get back to its old
; COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS Then it will sweet the moorings.1. .'..:>. .::1."Ie .... 1''.l>1 1. ::.s 1!>J;> .<.1.81i Wj3>>
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T\B. J. L. XIBLACK., j A SPECIALTY.
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Once: Marion street up stairs over MrsT. i! NOTICE OP 'PUllLIC.TIOX.Il'panmt'nt -
PHYSICIAN SURGEON :; A.
Perrv's.buitdingturmerlyoccupied. by i of the Interior. :
Beiiifciice Ftioae No- U : llooztr .tCalla..av.I'ractlee
\ in all State Courts,prompt attention I 17.hX'l'!', 1
Headquarters at \ ISE'S .Drue''Itore11 to all businev Land Office at Gainesville. Fla. June
mesapes kit lI..r.. Rill be Mortgages and Deeds Notice is hereby given that the tolloainenamed
drawn aod taken. I'
ackuowlcdgemcula
promptly atWuJrd to. settler has bled notice of bis intea- ,
MASTER IS CHANCERY FOR lion to make liual grout in Mipportol bis;
LAKE CITY. -, FLORIDA. ;: janl-W COLUMBIA COUHTY. claim and that said pruof mil lie made before 'J
Clerk t"lrcuiU'.urt at Lake City. Fla.. ,
71 on July i!.1\<111. ,17. William U.J. Wesson of.
Lake City. Fla.. Hd.'t47..1 for the N',01 SE'4 I
P. J. BECKSCONTRACTOR and SWl ot NE'. Sec. I: '),-4 S.,K 1C y:. -J
He names the h.llowing witnesseS to prove'biscoiitinnns I
residence upon and enlth'ation i
ot Nail laud viz (1. A. sroithson. J. W.ToupLiuv If
f _B UDER.I Sr. I'. J. V.Hutchingson and Eg-
iert Niuis. \V.1:. Uobmson.Kegi.ster. : f
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...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... -T1II-- -I

A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES. L ouisuiiie 8 Nasliuille R. R. i '

CALL ON ME BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR THIS KIND OF WORK.
Runs through! cars to Pen acola, I
Mobile and Aew Orleans, to Birimngham -
Na'shvilie and St. Louis to' f
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WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE > .Louisville Cincinnati and Evansvill ,
WORMS !' ; and to Chicago without leaving ; '
i !! train. For rates, schedules and I ,y, LakB Gil BOUlin jf2 1
jI""Sia Q saitr.' lIeo&ia Q,>xitr. i sleeping-car reservations write to or ;

For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. t gff" call B. II.on HOPKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt. i 'S ?{ :

SOLD BY ALL + % : | _1rWe.t Bay Street, i JoIl1PdIlgS
Prepared bJ---.A JAMES F. BALLARD St Louis. 1 Jacksonville Fh. :
U\/W StMAMWV %*W% WW A WWSA/'W>/\XWN >s w\/W i' *'N S* C. L. STONE, G. P. A., i :

Sold by Geo. W. Price. Louisville, Ky. FRV TS LETY i fDE.LEB
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1 o4iEen4GUARANTEED: CMDEI j| "1 1:11 II I -- Cool Drinks, Fruits, Yeggbles
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Nashville Chattanooga & Si Louis Ry. $5,000 DEPOSIT Hc<

--aND- 1 R. R. FARE PAID Tobaccos, i Cig l i
1 280 FREE

I Western and Atlantic R. R. I _. .i __ Write Scholarships quick to offered.x Ii{1' : I Nuts Raisins, Apple" f

I "Battlefields 'Line" 1 III I CA.-ALA., BUSINESSCOLLECE.Macon.Ca. ,! I
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And Fine Candies.JUNUFACTCREKS .
l Through sleepers to Chattanooga, Nashville, and St. Louis. connecting in', I 1 i
union depots for Louisville, Cincinnatti, Chicago Memphis f, White -4- Bronze l lnONU11El ; AND BOTTLERS OF t,:
and all points West and North-west. '! y

$ C.E. IIABMAS.G. P.A.. Atlanta Ga. T. M. DoYLE,F. P. A.. Jacksonville, Fla. ., \TS ',j'Sudu Water, Sarwaparilla, Strawberry, Ginger M3< i
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; :_ Fire Storm, Tornado and Cyclone Insurance. : I i;, J. Davis.. Manager- *]fr 'l 1

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1 BEST AMERICAN AND FOREIGN INSURANCE I:! g Ii

I COMPANIES REPRESEN TED""" !

Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. 1 I ; SUMMER: : MEAT !
Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. 1- I:

{'O The thermometer will gooa be climbing to the Sum i
Chalker & Small i mer beat mark.
Agts. I' You will soon be wishing you could J j
contrive. )get along without that awtully but range
Are more enduring tban stone: better and ,,. You can.p :
-I I cbeaper. Endorsed bv scientists as
practically indestrnctable. Ion ran I' TRY A
... . save money by and wntiug price*. for designs I BLUE F AMEJ : i

G. M. RAY, flRGHER, fLit f:O mile f'1...D '
Carriage Maker and Undertaker O Agent lor (Ooluml, County. It costs ii-I'
A agency for Star WinJMilU and Temple All -
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O Pumps and Tubular Well maker. All .
Coffins and Caskets always on nand at reasonable prices. Prompt prices reduced. June
O attention to CALLS Day or Night Telegraphic orders promptly attended i
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O FINEST HKARSE IN THE CITY.
<> Oo I I Goo. S. Hacker[ & Son:;

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_ V.. Burfnes and Wagons t.ir-ale and limit to Order Gt'n..rallkpair- O I E ijm s8llllhill OllMQS i ;:O ware prices I carry and the the'I'in.lll"are Io 1I"t'sI mo<%ll"omple considering In the city.line quality of Just Crockery.a ol hat good'e'}"oueens-want.- ,

a specialty. All work guaranteed t't'arnage material bur sale also O j :
W agent lor'Marl'te Monument and Gru'c Stones <
J. A. FISHER", | -'ASDBuilding Material.-- : Tin-ROOtiAfl and GotterlDo a Specift


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