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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
July 12, 1901


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 24, 1900; ceased in May 1919.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 27, no. 8 (Jan. 4, 1901).
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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IC601IT fcOT_ MPOBTEE ClTtfElI.EsUb.; 1888 18741 LAKE CITY,' FLA.. FRIDAY. .JULY, 12, 1901. Vol. XXVII[ No. 35 tf;.. :.,1-

! .(NEGROES MEET DEA ". groes, were made to ascend the NEW PENSION LAW. annum in quarterly 5- THE _-
) ... gallows at "One time, at 10:55 a. m., I I following amounts, I.

|% y nont sixteen miles fromifitf. and after short statements from The new pension law 'is worrying a For total loss of ;; The disciples of John Alexander
; Fla. four negroes were each, who claimed to be I <
on road
a great many persons, who are writing Forlossotoneeye_ ,i Douie, who some time
).cd last Friday morning for mur- to heaven the trap was sprunand : ; to the governor and comptroller, I For loss of a foot or i ago proclaim. ,

gyey had been convicted forIjfgci the four were plunged into space : causing these.:officials l .much_'_unnecessary For loss of hand_-_.-. thereincarnation I II I
and almostCg I
helpless negro remaining suspended foj fifty min- trouble. For loss of both be in =
I I I|I more trouble. Twenty-one disciples -
adduced in
{jus wife. utes. Only one neck was broken, the ,Section 5, of the new pension law, For loss of both feet 1 1I visited Evanston, suburb of .
'."e&ence. that the four had 'others having died from strangulation provides as follows: I For laid of one !''i Chicago, Friday night and u
1. despite _
'th victim to leave a CfOr.o The instant the I
trap was "This act shall take effect October foot of same per i the efforts of the entire 'mi x
police force
tafpentine i camp. He obeyed sprung a, loud clap of thunder fol- I'I f
1, 1901, and the first payment there- For personal a mob of 1,000 people drove them out 7
01 at once, but was forced lowed a brilliant lightning Dash and. under shall be made Jan. or the 'I
,' 1,1902. I age whereby Ii i tunable town. Several days previous four
of lack of
: op account a heavy rain began at and Z
con- Other provisions of the law are as to earn a of Howie's missionaries
tion for his household tinued unceasingly until the bodies follows The widow of were egged'
: and
any driven out of Evanston, and the
-Became'back on Oct. 2nd were cut down, when it strangely Any person who enlisted and servedin who was drawing a I visit of twenty-one was intended to
saw at once spotted by his ceased. A guard was on duty in the
the military or naval service of this act shall convert the people of Evanston
who surrounded him in his | jail yard to prevent any outbreak on : the Confederate States or this I,I during her widow II show them the error of their and -

{and.stationing' themselves j the part of 'negroes, there having state during the war between the:I was lawfully married The instant the Dowieites began ways. + ,

icooTeBlent trees, proceeded been many threats to rescue the states of the United States, and did I January 1,1335, and I I their meeting they were assailed
with ride balls. culprits and the execution. ,
cabin prevent
the '
not desert the Confederate this. state on
Stag] January with eggs, vegetables and other mis-
l I
icumvas! told to put his gun service, who was a bona fide citizen since continually siles. The guard of policemen

-';which he did, and was soon BEST LINIMENT FOR STRAINS. of this state January I, 1885, who has No person owning too small to afford much protection was, :
di dragged from his houseto Mr.J\. Wells, the merchant at since continued be real
to a citizen of or personal and the crowd soon began to hustle ,
death his wife's. Deer Park, Long Island, N. Y., says: this state, who lost a limb or limbs, I I oeite a pension. the missionaries along the street in i Y* .- {

,-y "I always recommend Chamberlain'sPain an, eye or eyes, or who is perma- Persons. receiving I a manner that looked serious. Chief
rides of sixteen miles were Balm as the best liniment for nently disabled by reason of woundsor the-United States of Police Knight called the! f
I j
all}clashes_of people to the strains. I used it last winter for a t entire F .i
disease to livelihood a under this
gain pension
i severe lameness in the side, resulting a by j I police| force to the rescue, but it includes -
tbe town of
from a strain, and was greatly manual labor or being more than 65 Persons drawing only thirty men, and was unable -
"hiTJag 00 railroad.connee pleased with the quick relief and years old is by reason of age incapa; previous Florida : to cope with the uiok Severalof _
I people were reported to cure it effected. For sale by G. W. ble of providing a living fur himself titled to the benefits : the male Dawieites were knocked -
present/ The four ne- Price, druggist. shall be entitled to receive each -
.; i per The of ilovv '
,;-- payments n, and both men and women were #S
shall date from their ,!j liberally bespattered with mud. The

The Board of COU i missionaries finally abandoned their ,.
ers in each county I meeting and fled from the town, the

:bison Oak of January, in each j |police protecting them as they ran "
nish the State for the cars. '
\ with a certified list The more these people are persecuted ;
titled to receive for their belief, the stronger

Q r counties. t j i will their following become. It is ,#

q.14.y UM1 One mill on the j strange that people will not learn y

bison a pension fund. thU. They do not have to hear the

IvyffANICAL raised by this levy be I preaching] or j.>in them. The best

shall be distributed way is to let them alone.
persons entitled to
s: t y The Governor, ]i WHAT TWO CENTS WILL DO.
torney General : It will bring relief to sufferers

REPTILES Board of Pensions. ; from' asthma: or consumption, even

...{.....:. : i I in the worst cases. This is about
DeWitt's, Witch !I Iithquld u hat one dose of Poley's Honey and I

: heir, Sting Sets the Skin on Fire and Fills be promptly [.'far\%'. Price.costs, Isn't it worth a trial' G.

,;; -:Veins with a Violent, Lingering Poison ly cuts heals and the scalds.injured It sO : -- -
worthless !
.";..:Jtase. plants seem to ,partake of the nature and character of the get DeWitt's. A. lt.- |Jt i Council Chamber. Lake City. Fla.,
--- t July 4th, 1901.
ttj;in.!winter time being comparatJvely harmless, but when warmed There won't be 'I Council met. President Parker,

r spring and summer heat they become extremely venomous erings of R q"I j i presiding. Present, Aid. Gillen, '
,. d, emitting a milky juice that bums. and blisters like a fiery the tariff when once !;I j Rogers, Plympton, Henson and ate

,, cing quick inflammation and painful swelling. Some persons said their say. i I Watts.
je i sascepuble to these vegetable: poisons that coming in their vicinity y a There is no longer I I 11 read The and approved.of last meeting were

tfrodnce almost as much discomfort and pain as handling them; F anyone to suffer the | The petition of S. P. Buie to build -

.Jhin'and.: sensitive skins seem to absorb from the surrounding ; by piles when a stable lOxiti feet and closet on Lot i _

.,. 'fiere' _the "acrid juices emanating from these plants. There is Ointment so moderate will in cure price I' 7t The was granted.petition of Pennington and ?;-s-;.

i. a picnic or family gathering in the woods but that some mem- i ,tt ive. Price Jfr cents Rogers to erect a 'cook-room in

fflfthe party comes in'contact with Poison Ivy, Oak or some other f F 75 cents. G. W. I of bar of metal and roofed with read rub- ;

tfal_ plant or, weed, and through the open pores the poison is carried"fc It may truthfully ]i ber was granted.The .

overheated blood. Poison Ivy is found clinging to tree trunks, l. 1, F American army petition of J. M. Caldwell as
.- u' manager of the.Florida Index to run
fences or rocks, sometimes reaching heavy-weights in
IUTMATED WITH POISON OAK., printing press in Vinzant block with
General Shafter.
fc great heights; the leaves are
WftUl, of Bear Station, Bel., I water-moter discharging only pure
"I VM poisoned witb-poison oak nearly square in shape, smooth water, one inch pipe, water to be f
WI tf through my blood, and my ''t WHITE MAN
beams ao serious th.t the and shiny and three on each stem; \ 'k Great j 1: discharged at south-west corner of =
zrB *U I could not weU. I (j Vinzant block'and water
get the flowers are of a greenish white 't the friendsof" M. run along :
:Q"tt n a vwarioua condition con- l J''
lpitUs. ...Hue. ,for six months, when color, and the berries pale green or . Lexington, Ky., I Marion street between sidewalk and -
: adrtrtiMd and began Us pavement thence east on ditch to
"III''wtiwlisfagtlat I it was doing math white. The Oak is a small shrub, seldom more than three was turning yellow. I! lake was granted upon condition that ;
eoaua.e4 medicine and was the nature of the soil ly changed color, !I
.' feet' its size depending upon the r
;="l think. it the bent. blood high, petition be strictly complied
-.....- MLs. j location, etc.; the leaves. are long and. pointed with sawand yellow he suffered jaundice.terribly.He I I'i with. -r _f
a downy undemeatb.Vhile the two plants are entirely unlikeeance the best doctors, but The light bill of Electric & WaterCo
appearance Then he was advised ,, referred to finance committee, -
TT the poisonous effects are ,very similar. ( RETURNED EVERY SPRING| FOR ,18 YEARS. Bitters the also the bill of S. It O'Quinn. -a

>.tie swelling subsides the skin remains for a long Kri. A. N. Bennett, of Toccoa, Ga.>< whose liver remedy and he The fallowing bills were paid: ,
*a rough and inflamed condition dotted here and case if similar to thousands cf others whocoma taking" two bottles Electric &; Water Co water and tel- \
-' in contact with these plants, says: : cured. A trial
.*.* $ Bad looking ulcers and little festering sores. "When eight year old my little brother and merit for all I ephone to July 1st, 77/24; W. H. ,
"; and I were poisoned by handling poison oak, ney troubles. Only Kempton, 112.20, feed of prisoners to
;"*Wy. remarkable with what regularity eighteen and it broke years.oat Some on us one every recommended spring for 8. Geo. W. Price, July 1st; Isaac Hart, 31.50: for June, )y

h. \ disease returns, and always on schedule S. 8., which cured us completely, and w* II. L. Dodd, publishing tax sale anj j '

ea1i11g the same month, day and hour, almost, have teen no signs of the eruptions- for Doubtless there receipts, *25.20.Application #>
all several seasons. old theologians who to purchase fire
wttineytarbefore. Don't be deceived coal'
attack-the acnd have been taken a shirt-waist pany wagon at 1175 was postponed.The .
I tk the first juices
; poison vanish soon after I
faithful use ofremedies learn the art of marshal wall in-trllct ed to have
and the most persistent'and
o skin into the blood
: pen pores I the Callaway lot cleared immediately. -
can never, dislodge them, and next season, and for years to come, you may A POOR l\I .

t endure the bodily tortures the blood in the meantime becoming so saturated Lately starved in On motion council adjourned. c--j
same ;
:;: and charged with the poison that each succeeding attack he could not digest Attest: W. M. IVES Clerk.

uncertain and use of, .Dr. King's
weaker and recovery more
leaves the body would have saved

slow, and thus the once simple malady ends disastrously. ,strengthen the.> f Catarrh
shrub flower nature tionlromote.a : !
tree or ,
For Price -
appetite. Is a cooEUtntional: disease.
: has wisely prodded an antidote or cure. The roots and ,. if not satisfied. :!' It originates in a scrofulous condition of

I herbs of which S. S. S. is composed ,quickly, surely and Price, t'druggist..5. C- the blood and depend on that condition.

.c. and drive out of the blood, and i If anything In"the" ,It often rouses headache and dizziness,
': permanently overcome Impairs Ute taste, smell and bearing, affects -
} Thunder Weed, Sumac and i lated to make,a-p too vocal organs disturbs tbe stomach.
the effects! of Poison Ivy, Poison Oak Virginia and antidotewas eternal repetition It is always radically and permanently
S. will be found an Invaluable perfect cored by the blaod-punrj-ln. #, alterative -
-poisons of every \'ariety. S. S. symptoms after a ,; keep cool. and touic action ot

of this class. There is never allY return of the aggravating. I !.. -' '" .. Hood's Sarsaparilla
S S vestige of the poison.'tabandon'ho C T :
S. it
as destroys every State case to our debtors; we feel tiny hw Kind Tnis treat medicine Las wrought the most ;
||? because of repeated Mtue your confidential. AI_...._. ," woiuiciiul cures ot all diseases depending
nothing and is strictly -.-" on scromla or the scrofulous habit.
can Kelp Medical adVIce will costjo u l at /
< you. SPECIFIC.CO.., Atlanta, Ga. ; HOOD'S Pius ua tb*bat uth rtA.Y .
W"M and Skin Diseases free SWIFT ;:

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ceded to be among the most able and I j 1

i In exhaustive ever delivered here, NOTICE.NOl'ICE .

Danger which will be readily believed when
in herebY Ih-"n that the following described lands*U1 M.tau j
the character of the aftorneys engaged Mfcakes tile IIr Monday the l-t dar: of August. A. 1) 1'*J. at
is considered. town ol Lake City, in the county ut Colntubia. slate ot Florida. the'court'I
who Will be nerevsary to pav the amount due tor taxes herein set !
Every one is in danger neglectshe Tue contentions of the attorneys : : wiLli the COt>i ..f f iurh silc and advertUmg.OWNKK .
warnings of declining health. The
warnings are not as startling as the sudden -' for the petitioner were as follows: j DESCKIPriOX.r -._., \
shriek of a locomotive they are !First: That writ of Habeas corpus -. Ben : $.-:-: --=- : i.ToTlot Xo.-31 re div --- ::

t Just as ominous.Vhen the body begins was: the proper method of proceeding Burton, Mrs E P---- at.ofIItNo.'etero div. .

to lobe in flesh, the A ? Bartleson W K__ ---_ lot :\'o44 and i_ a in lot No. Iii; south f
to test matter behalf
the cheek, is on of G S& F. nwdiy_-_. __ ... ,
and the of the petitioner as to the authorityof nd light loads.QELASE Barber GW- -. --- :ot 'o. 57 ne div 2l_. acres lesa ctrl|'. O" i

-f sallow it is the county commissioners to hire off n end 1<(T ft nis by 210 ft e&,r .. -

Iiwhen warning out his scrviicj to third persons. Brown Caroline_______ Blk L nw div '.. acre ._ -P. -- -.- (ISt; I

the body is "Second. Byrd WABayaJ ___ .___ _-_. Lat No. 110 n d-iv. n __ .-.- -. --- H ,.
Under thelaw it ... .
,of proper as was, F, heirs of. __. E i i of lot S.). TO ne div. _-.._.. i':
wherein 'h -
11 the authority of the IW3i',
.I county sw J4 of lot Nuti j e div ... .
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; "t; '. is a condition of commissioners to hire oat the county 1 W \i of lot No 27 nw div ,
r ;IlII -. j eak.w.narh, convicts was conferred, it was left Blya Olivia____-_.-- i acres off :.c end of lot No 3J s div.Lots .--- -.--.-. lit
/ J r! and weak" stomf optional with the commissioners that runs on wheels. No. 83; in blk :1 and It). and 11 I --- It" !
; ach soon involves county
add 12 in blk 47: f of a in e cor ol I '

t l i other organs. Dr..Pierce's to either hire out the con- Sold Everywhere.Ka4 lot No. 322 div_. __ .. .
-' -- Medical Golden tictsortouse their labor, upon the Campbell Robert-____-_ ii- a in blk D in Cline's addition in c -- 5

diseases Discovery of public works of the county. This .bf 8TAHOARD OIL CO. v div and lying between F C i P R

cures R and Washington St-_. ..
discretion .
was a be
to exercised
the stomach and -- 8
by Croft, T P Mrs_______- Part of lot No. 312 w div, bounded i --- -
f /}J digestion otHer organs and nu-of each successive board, and that a I,I- by Madison st, e by Joe Robinson:,

) trition and lease by one board for a period of ,II Chas. s by Orange st and R F Rogers...
cures I!I Comptroller of the Currency : ___ __ __ .
four years was an unwarranted exer- Cannon E. heirs of. Lot No..44 ne div ___,
through diseases the seemingly stomach cise of this discretion and void j:I G. Dawes has tendered his resigna- Dickson'm_________-SioflotNo..JSnc div ._ ___..

remote but which have their as tion to the President, to take effect Davis Laura.._._____.- Part of lot No. 90 n div beginning at
public policy.
origin in the disease of the stomach and j Oct 1st. Mr. Dawes resigns his office the $w cor and runs n on Taylor
its allied organs. "Third. The act of the legislature J J1S99 in order to enter the Illinois senatorial st 55i ft, thence east 103 ft thence : 1

There Is no alcohol in the*Discovery" declaring that all county con- contest this fall Mr. Dawes'i s 551 ft, thence w 108' ft to pt of i

and it is absolutely free from opium, victs should be used in working the beg-----------------------------_.
+ cocaine, and all other narcotics. i term of office would not have ex- also s>i of the nw>j lot No 96 c

e jablic roads of the county was a repeal ]: pireduntil Jan. 1, 1903.; div-__-- ._______ .___ _.______. ._..
was Before in a I bad commenced condition to(for ilK eight your yean medicine). and I .of any law giving the commis- 4 ----- IE Coast Lumber Co._. Jot P w div 11 inV div_____. ___ ,__..
four doctor* treated ue.- writes :\I n. Settle sioners authority to lease the con f It Is easier to keep well than get : oM, Mrs__..___.._ P.lrt'of lot No. 122 n div. beginning
Askew of '!; Northampton Co.. K. C.
cured. DeWitt'a Little Risers I at a stake at corner of R R and
They, of course, gave me at the time tome victs. Early &
relict, but it did not last long. Jai wine day a ; taken now and then, will always I II 5th st runs s 34 i ft thence e 123'..
in my bed and tome days; 1 dragged about. thhouse. "Fourth. Even if the commissioners J i. keep your bowels in perfect order ft, thence n 34.;; ft,thence w 1234
j ji I
1 have cd five bottles of the Golden
Medical DiMovery ik< and five of the Favorite could lease the convicts, the statute i They, never gripe, but promote an I on R R st to beginning____ ___ ._ _:
Pretcnptton' and four vial! of the .Pellets. giving this authority is penal in I j I easyrgentle action. A. I:. Wise. First, 11 & Sons____-- Lot No. 257: eastern div ___ __ ._
1 f:'ow I fed like a new woman, and i want the Foster Charlie____.___ 'j of undivided interest in se t of lot
t l world to know iL- naturc and in derogation of human -i'1 A Savannah man fell down on his No. 2ti nW' div __ ____._4_._ ;_ 1
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, 1008 liberty, and should\ be construedstrictly : .__ l
hip pocket the other day and was Foster ArnettGauldin __.. of undivided interest in se of:
i large pages, paper binding, sent free on and therefore, the statute fatally shot. ." lotXo. *_fa n\v div ___ __. .4. _
receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay being silent as to the right: of the j I i A heirs of,-__ Part of lot No. 2t5, central div, beginning -
expense of mailing only or 31 stamps lessees to sub-lease, no such author- <
Heroine clears the at a point ft ft s of the
for it in cloth binding. Address Dr. ity could be conferred by the commissioners i complexion -
R. V. Fierce Buffalo, N. Y. upon the lessees." gives buoyancy to the mind, cureheadache a ne corner, runs w del ft, then s 41 ito
ft then w 120 ft then 103 ft
: regulates toe stomacn ana I s ,

Business men who lack the vim, ]!i j bowels, stimulates the liver, and is, then e 210 ft, then n 145 ft -
in fact health. point of beg------------------- .
a guardian
AS TO COUNTY CONVICTS. snap and vigor they once had, shoulduse I Green n 1\1, nIl Loci ?r -
Price 50c.
G. W. Price.
Heroine, it will purify the blood I AgLh_______'__.- Lots 24 and 33 nw div------------ __
't strengthen: and invigorate the I'GOmmA--__ Lot No. div __ .__ .___
Judge Wall Denies Right to Hire sys- At least the this time 84 n "__ __ ._ .
public can i V
Them Out. tem. Price M cents. G, \\'. Price. ; Hardon 1'r' -.-:_ \VJ: oflotXo.hvdiv. ____ __ .

contemplate with indifference the Harris Maria__.______ sel: of lot No. 90 n div.________ ___ _: .4
Recently a case was tried on habeas Nature has provided the most i; rise in the price of coal. Hancock W M-___ _.-_ Lot No. 249 central corpus proceedings before Judge beautiful of all sites for the World's I ---- Hudson Lucy__..__ -*. Part of lot No. 9 { Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician -
Wall, of the Sixth Judicial Circuit, Fair of 19U3.! Art will provide the I! ft n of sw corner, runs n on Taylor
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for ", stai ft, then e 104 ft, then II5.ii
i the most beautiful of all World's
invoicing right .of the Fairs.
i county over thirty years, writes his personal 'ilIuchin ft, then w 105 ft to pt of beginning 7,

1i. commissioners of HHlsborough coon Those who live on farms are es- I j (experience with b'oley'sKidney Cure : _.__;__..__0" _0___ ..__ .. }
ty to hire the convicts that county 1 "For years I have been greatly son O J. heiIIunter r o V. VV

out to work other than, on the pub- cuts pecially,.burns liable and to bruises many which accidental heal !! bothered| with kidney trouble and ell I Of----__________ ___._ Lt.: No. 2!) nw div___ .__ ____. __ --:- IllVVV
j L L J II Hunter -
: j larged prostrate gland. I used everything ,
lic works of the county or under the rapidly I when Ballard's Snow Liniment 1 ______ ___ '
59( ft side
is j known to the profession agt on east of lot No. 83 n div. ;! .
applied. Price 25: and 50c. i ---
supervision the sheriff. A recent G. Price. j! without relief until I was induced to Also lot No. 54 central divE .____ ., '_ tal

{ issue of the Tampa Times containsthe --- |! j try Foley'a Kidney Cure. After us- Hammock B.IL.,____. ii of lot No. 69 ne div__________ h.1 -__.__.. ._ It

following history of the case, Nearly all the labor i i ing three bottles I was entirely re- Also sw!4 of lot No.:: 5 east'n divi-- -------A iO :
which for organizationsseem j I j lieved and cured. I prescribe it now Hadley S H--------- -- N J i of the nw>4 of lot No. 79 n div .I _____ .
we give the benefit of all determined to strike while the :i daily in my practice, and heartily Henry Ida;_________ i of a in >>Ik D n div bounded -on thel m

concerned in that matter in this weather is .hot. j recommend its use to all physicians nbyFcSI'RRe by John Col :

county: -- _- ,_ } j for such troubles, for I can honestly man, 9 by Robert Campbell and -. .,. J ;
"The odious lease of the You can never cure dyspepsia by state I have prescribed it in hug Wilson Bros, w by Lee Thigpen. i 39ft
convicts made by the former board dieting. What your body needs is !! dreds of cases with perfect success." Jones Alex____ _____ nw *{ of lot No. 113 n div __h__ _._._ --: _,_. .i'I :,

plenty of good food properly diges-f JG. W.,Price. !Johnson nandleh__ Lot No. 70 nw divAlsolotFnwdiv..___ ___ .- _-.*_. .._ :::. !Q
of county commissioners was today ted. Then if your stomach will not _-_- _-_ ._- 1 I ___ __ ___. __. -. .Si'J:;;;
declared null\ and void by Judge Wall digest it Kodol 'Dyspepsia Cure will. !j. Just as like .as not the Ice Trust Johnson Lurenia__ _.__ E % of the e Ji H.!. a) in blk: D n div. :h.O. .--.iCf

of the circuit court, in a test case on It contains all of the natural digest-f: 1 Induced the weather bureau to band Johnson Laura________, N ': of lot 6n div__.____ .____ _. VV _-VVVVVV- Ul

habeas ants, hence must digest every class i us: a fcw hot ones. Kirby Wallace-_-] Lots No. 49 and 50 ne div_________. .__ _______ UG"> f.
corpus proceedings brought of food and so }trepareit that nature i Livingston Henry_____,S: y of the ne "4' of lot No. W n div_ j 511 ">t tj
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I in the name of Will Robinson. The Lovier Mrs R II R H
can use it in I ,
nourishing the body and i "IwUhto truthfully state to
negro, who is now working on the replacing the wasted tissues, thus you Lovier agtLevinjjston ____ ____. Lots Nos. 54 and 55 w div----__

turpentine farm of Reason Henderson giving life. health strength, ..ambi1 I. 1 that;and the readers Kodol of these few Cure lines W L_____. E !! oflotNo.32nedivm_____ __ :::::::

& Co. was ordered tion. pure blood and good healthy ap- without your Dyspepsia is :Masonic Hall (col). no NTw J4 of Jot, No. 100e div__ _______VV :: -j i
returned to question, the best and only
t petite. A. R. Wise. Moodie Roxie____ =.__ Sw J4' of lot No. 44 central division
i .
cure for that I -----
the dyspepsia have ---- "
custody of the sheriff to serve ever Mattox Annie, Porter '

out .his s-entence. This, of course, Maybe "Pierpont"" -- -Morgan" l -wants J i'used T|come in contact other with and I have" Mattox agt_________ Sw >4' of lot 97 n div._________________ 8 '

decides the many preparations. Also lot No. 43 nwdiv__ ____ =::::::: Z.5JU
whole business-all prisoners little said about his $1OUO,000 gift to i John Beam West Middlesex Pa.' No ___ l:
McDonald .__
}'jora ___
X i. of ne) of lot No. '
.f 96 .
n div __ __._ .
given jail sentences to Harvard because preparation equals Kodol ------ :
are re it looks so small i DyspepsiaCure McElroyG A__________ Lots Nos. 61 63
64, 66, ne di v.. . S
as it contains all the --- --
main natural 8itj
in the
custody of the sheriff, to compared with Carnegie's. benefac- \ Also blk B ((14 acres) ne div_ __- ____ .
be used on the public works of the tions. 4 I 1 of di-estants::food and, can't It will hell digest but all do kinds McNeil M, Mrs_______ Ntx: lot No. 119 n div.______ h. __ _m____. ,% :.:; .
you NiblackL&S______ __ !
county, as the county commissioners 'good. A. R. Wise. Lots Nos. 2.Q0, 231, 28M, _'.Q9 e diy __ __.._'"' U f>>I .-
may direct. THE SAME OLD STORY. .J Ferry P.______________ S !i of lot No. 31 ne div.___.___ __... __-_. 1 9fl
J W-_________. .m
Perry .Se cor of lot No 19 -j
J. H. Kelly relates Evanston 111. has central div 42 It
"The decision of Wall an experience ; : a rooster that
Judge I
i n and by 117 ft e an w. __ .. 'S5f
the position and contention o:f similar to that which has happened persists in crowing at 3:30 a. m. Perry netta, J W Perry --- -

the Times on this matter, which in- in United almost States every'and neighborhood has been told in and the | That rooster ought to be fricasseed guardian_________ Part of lot No. 16 central div, beginning -- \

fisted from the very start that the re-told by thousands of others. He ,t;: Moore's Pilules are a guaranteedcure then at s 1(15(the ft ne cor runs w bO ft _
then e 80 ft then
commissioners had no right to leasethe says: "Last summer I had an attack n
for all forms of Malaria 105 ft
Ague to of
it of pt beginning. _...
convicts, and that the law was of Chamberlain's dysentery and Colic purchased a bottle I[f Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever, Ma- Roberson E heirs of Part of lot No. 10 c div beginning at
Cholera and
and i j' larial Fever Biliod.s Fever Jaundice a point 105 ft -s
specific impossible of rnisiinder- Diarrhoea Remedy which I used s of the of the n'6 _
according I: Biliousness, fetid breath and a cor and runs e 105 ft
standing that they must be aft 2iil
to directions and with I
employed entirely I, .
{ J ., tired, listless feeling. They curei then w 105 ft to pt of beginning -

\ on the public works of the trouble satisfactory results. The 1 I Rheumatism and the lassitude fol ? _n. .________ ____. 10 J
county. Judge Wall's order deciding than former was cjntrolted attacks much quicker io*ing blood poisop produced from Roberson Stephen__. Se J.iof lot No. 104 n niv_ __._ : siif

= the matter is as follows: other remedies. Mr. when is I used ,'malarial poisoning. No Quinine. Roberson Joseph_____ Part of lot No. 333 s div bounded n
Kelly well
1 a I I No Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not by Tony Franklin
.n the Circuit Court of the Sixth known citizen of Henderson, N. C. e by Alachst ua
Judicial Circuit of the State f For: sale by G. \\'. Price, druggist. :;i,I ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely s by H A Wilson, w by J H
o tasteless. Price, 50c per box. Dr, Baker --______ ___ .
Florida, for nillshorough county. It all depends on who is !i, C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main Scott S AThompson_____________ W >i a'in sw cor of-blk- : D n- -div- __V Y is3
reading i ------
-Ex parte Will Robinson upon an a !i Street, St. Louts, Mo. Geo. W. I Also s }'t of lot ;\0109 n div __
letter. Senator Scott and Generals ,, Price, druggist. [mar'UIlpr1Decidedly S B. Assignee
application for writ !
a of babe
Sickles have shown their i' '- --- 'A B Ha'L.. SJi of
1 that ---- e I of lot No. 30 nw div 33l,

corpus. speeches are different. Meanwhile I I i one of the most unique I acres __ uh.h . -----i-
"This cause having come on to be Pension Commissioner H. Clay things in summer headgear is the Also e >.i of lot No. CSaO-ioo acres AID'

beard before me, and the court hating '- Evans holds his job. I i straw hat that some of the dray. Also I$cre center of lot No. 114

heard the testimony and the arjfumentoX mules wear. ndiv VV--VV---______. ____-_ 156VVVVVV
counsel for the petitione Those famous little pills, DeWitt's I i Also % acre in blk: E bounded e
IT DAZZLES THE WORLD. by II A Wilson, s by Jefferson st
and the respondents and the Little Early Risers, compel
coui t your! w by Alfred Hall
No discovery has created one n by Croom's
and bowels to do j
being satisfied that the their duty : lot ndiv
(county __
commissioners acre- __. .
thus giving quarter of tbe excitement I Unknown_______ u
of you pure rich blood to that has __ ____ SwJ.oflotNo.35nediv: V--
ifillaborough county, recuperate your body. Are easy to been caused by Dr. King's New DisI j Unknown_____._.:!...__ 2 acres in ne of ____ __ 1I3
of the State of Florida, had no au take. Never gripe. A. R. Wise. I I covers for Consumption. Its sever- j 1 Unknown_____--_- ..._ FractoflotNo.tiediv cor lot No. 299 e div VVV
__ __ .
} thority to lease the said petitioner -- est tests have been on hopeless vic- .Unknown- W tS of lot''No. -
have i 121iMJiv. __ .
and the court being further satisfiei d Havana officials that i tims of consumption, pneumonia, Unk now n------------ __ Inb k32sdiv: lots n 318
__ _
1,63Lot ___ _
that the said it takes 1,400 gallons of oil to destroythe I hemorrhage, pleurisy and bronchitis, (Unknown________._ __. No. Sd ne div---------------- 418
petitioner .
is not in thousands of whom it has restored to i I Unknown_____________ SOflotNo.114ndiY
proper custody, and that the mosquitos for Ole month. By perfect health. For coughs, colds, Unknown_____ 'hh__ Nwl.( of lot t4a--___ _. -- 1 aO -,

{ spondents have no Right to his the way, are .there mosquitos in ; asthma, croup, hay fever hoarseness |.!Unknown___.-_____"._._ i of No. 2rt nw No. 100 n div_______. 408

tody, labor and services. It is re-I Beaumont? and whooping cough it is the quickest Unknown____ ___.__. S+vtaoflotNo.5)nwdiv-div------------------ __
surest cure in the world. I| is Unknown______ _______ *: of lot No. ____ iSVVVV.
fore upon consideration thereof --- :-- sold by Geo. W. Price, who guarantees Unknown____________ ._j[Xe.i of lot No. -I 53 central div_ ... .

tiered and adjuoC d>that the sai4 respondents satisfaction or* refunds money. I Unknown_ ___ __:__.____ Xe.t, of lot central div___. ._
do deliver\hI) petitioner, 'Largebottles5ucand 11. Trial bottles -I I Unknown..._ _________ Lot No.'71 No. 64 central div__. __. -- Y } fso610
ow div .___:._____ _
the said Will _
Robinson !
i to the sheriff free. Unknown___ ____ 1J of '
; lot
h No.
of Hillsborough county, of the state Unknown________.__:.. Lot No. 65 89n div.______ __ .
of Florida, instantly, and that thsheriff e Here is an advanced weather Unknown________. ___ Lots Nos. 66 ne div_____ _____"_ ._. V V
do receive and take fore-I. Williams and -Hh._ _.__ ____ __ .
custodyof ---
Mcllenry.._ 5
cast that Nwi
ought to enable ,. of blk
the said petitioner to the end nw dir____ __.___ __.
thit the sentence of imprisonment I cheer up and look pleasant: Cooler, j also a strip off sw >., off of blk E

imposed up.m the said petitioner by Ftrry'ifieediu* by February. 1st. ; lo ft e and w by 210 ft nand s ofl

cur said circuit court may be served i- known ttw Waster else U I LOOK! -A-STITCH-IN TIME \Yeit E A_____ __ ____. Nw14oflotNo.25Ge of w side of nw div__ ____ ___ _n _
tYe ISines
{ by him according to law. MtrcIUMa(toed*that divE ____
; j can D*bought Boatnickel nine. I Washington Jno__ of e !; of blk n u
Tonic K
Done and ordered Hughes' (taste Wilcher nw div_ __
at chambers in I oa cheap teed and IUM Robt.. ____ __ 'Sof n.
the city of Tampa,.Florida, this 27th moat OA she hanreat. pleasant: ), taken in early Spring and I Vaughn Mose._ .. .. __ Lot No.e 33 l; ofLlk K nw div___. V--V--
day of June, Al T). 1! 01. 194 Seas Annual rrm.B. .- Fall prevents chills, dengue and ma- ne div..n ___ _
J. U. WALL, Judge. H. FEUV A CO.,. larial fevers. Acts on the liver, tones -\\I". J. EL WKRDS '
the Better than City Tml
t "The argument of the 0 tnKINdk up system. calamel Colector'1
case attracted
I IV and quinine. Contains no arsenic. -
a deal of -
great attention.
The : It 1 Guaranteed, try it., ,At druirgis.h.1!I Subscribe. for The
arguments were generally cont t t i 50c and II bottles. Citizen-Reporter $1 Per

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I j I, and twenty-five. of'good moral character rSto| the Cough and Works off the i A distinguished engineer Inform t

I competent to meet the entrance : Cold. i us: that a waterway from the At- -

Does i j!i requirement Normal} School 1 by prescribed the State for said )j Laxative: Bromo-Quinine Tablets j jhnlicto the Great Jake, throughthe DOCTORS :

this illus Education Hoard of j i i cure a iold in one day No cure, no ; States is entirely practicable,
and say"Consumption can be eared.
'Yho'propobe$ to ;, pay. Price j cents. and could transport heavy freights
; make ;
Naturealonewon'tdolt.Itneeds -
trate yourexpcri such ptM teaching shall a profession, and J An Iowa editor thinks' it very |i much cheaper than any existing help. Doctors say"Scott's
'I receive the sum of j' :lines' Of
strange that will( bareheaded course the existing tins
( twelve anj one-lialf' women go -
enCe ? I for board and other dollarsI12.30)( ) : on the streets, here it would-'vvouU f fj offer every opu| >?itii>n to such Emulsion.

it t,1. And are I each of the eight months expenses be she for :j seem ,hats are needed, and' yet wear | work, as lh:-y now do to the Nicara- Is the best help. But you must
or them, in raga canal but the people bhould continue Its In 0
worried [may attend said church and at the theater, use even hot
you school. This amount be able weather.
to force the
4 where appropriation
they not
to be are
for paid necessary.
upon the certificate and \1 i What\ do the women say? through congress. Also a coasLw -e I If you have not tried it, tend for free sample. r .
E IR. fear you 1 I requisition of the principal of the i j canalloulJ be SCOTT & BOWNE CheiwaU, '
1s school i cheaply constructed 409-415 ittul Street :New York. 'fsot.
under ,
j'soon to be bald? I i be such regulations as may !I 'I had a running sore on my breast from, the Chesapeake to the MUtis.ippi .and f i.oo;ail druggist. '

required by the State .Board of for over a year," says Henry R. Rich- k| by connecting the natiraluaterva
,Then cease worry- EJucatiiMi. aSEC. rds Willseyville, N. Y., 'and tried ,

fig; far' help is at 3. That this I a ;great many remedies, but got no >,", and this would beiai--! .
t, scholarship shall relief< until I used banner Salve. portant in war as well as {Ie IC -. It
t teething that will given to such peisms as manifest1!I cured. I cannot recommend I works as these than the Oklahoma town for hugging the
\adaptability for it too highly." G. \\'. Price. on nntitofitliedependmcies. 1 IJrairie'flowerli
teaching pretty
F, newiife Into the and sign I : .-Et. too etrenujously \\-f' 'A
an agreement teach for at least The [ while teaching them to waltz. : ==
I of -
r bulbs. people western Missouri
four years in the state or to refund : In, j istice to the girls it should beJbtated
and eastern Kansas "I indebted ,
am to
are holding daily One Minute
You the money received for sjchscholjarship. I I ( that rice kicks didn't come
meetings in church Cough Cure for
aecdihilr I every and pray- my present iroodjf I ; om them.
I |i, ing( for rain. A health and -
surer way would my life. I was treated in i .
SEC.. j -- --
4. That in case the scholar b'shipof to' hold -
a Sunday school picnic; vain by doctors for lung trouble fol
any county sha'l not be filled as a rain producer it seldom fails. lowing LaGrip| I took one minute I You can never cure dyspepsia{ by

SOOdt Hbi ''by! the first day ot Sep'teraber{ the"principal I Moore's Pilules Cough Cure and recovered my health dieting. What jour body needs is 2 k

of the shall notify the are' a guaranteedcure I Mr. l.. [U Wise, Madison, Ga. A. ll" plenty of gjo.l food properly ,dies ---_

for all forms of Malaria, Ague, Wise. ted. Then if your stomach will not
a s 'i State Superintendent who shall hold 1''! Chills and Fever Swamp Fever, Ma i -- digest it KoJoi D>>,pepaia Cure will. _.
I a competitive examination open to :! larial Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaun- :' The so-called It contains all of the natural digeit-

the state at large, and award the dice, Biliousness, fetid breath and a prophet who insisted ante, hence must digest every classof
I va- j tired, listless feeling. They cure[ I that the summer would be cool ruined I food and so prepare it that nature
cant '
.H >brings health to scholarships for aIi'counlie$ not I Rheumatism and the lassitude:: foli ,"hij_ business.The can Use it in nourishing the body and

I fc fair and the fall- : availing themselves' of the benefit i I| lowing' blood poison produced from ,- ,--. -- I replacing the wasted tissues, thus

: of this act- i malarial "poisoning. No Quinine. piles that so will be' giving life. health strength, ambi- ,
i 1 j No Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do annoy you : tion. pure blood and good
SEC. 5. All laws and of laws not l i healthy apE. -
1tf.always parts : ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely quickly and permanently healed if E., petite. .\. R. Wise. ...
restores I in conflict with. this act are hereby c tasteless. Price, 50c per box. Dr, i you use DeWitt'b Witch Hael Salve. i J:I ----_. ---- -

Does to gray hair. :, repealed.. i i C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Mam I It Beware Wise.of worthless counterfeits A. I If this isn't luck-yes, wonderful av
Street, St. Louis : Io. Geo. I L
yQI need not look at luck-\\'iU
; f TIEARTBUUN. Price, druggist [mar-'OMyr] --, --- i I, somebody kindly tell u* Q 7.
I1t its _if you were ; | Whew! A twenty-five million dull'I what it is? Capt. A. F. Lucas, the -
When the of
yor'your gray I I is quantity, food taken Preliminary figures submitted b y i liar salmon trust. Can this be a fish I l lstory I man who discovered tbe Beaumont
too large'or the quality' too rich j ?
i iI
our bureau oil fields and
census shows an increase is now worth 40,000,000,
mt have again heartburn is I Ii .1
: may likely to follow. and especially I -
: of 1,000,000 farms in the last decade j i ,A bad s Si'S that a year ago he was: well. nigh i
d the dark rich color so if the digestion has been | complexion generally re- S
U The total
'' number of individual tracts suits from inactive liver and bowel.j I penniless. ---S
cakened by constipation. Eat now under cultivation is about 5,643, 1 1An In all such cases DeWitt's Little --- -'--

j slowly and not too freely of easily I! ( ), the gain ov'or 189J being 25 per f 1 Early: nisei produce gratifying re-L When you want a modern, 'Up-to-{ '
abittla All droggiatL digested food. .Masticate the foodthoroughly. cent. suits. A I;, Wise. I .
I ,Let six hours elapse -- i I date physic, try Chamberlain's
tlasahYytrade and lure 'I be-I To Cure Cold I Stomach and Liver Tablets.
tween meals, and when you a In One Day TbTl.'u- They '
I t des> 0 do wiUi your companies, by organizing :' :ire to take and '
fullness easy in
.pleasant ef-
I Sklfe*. 1 taw found that it weight in the region of Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab i I
I tiQ b,vyttar that yon claim the stomach after eating, indicating I II lets. All druggists refund the money under one charter, are getting :I feet. Price 23c. Samples free at G. .

I to* tttMcuca fariraltto M in* p t bush I i I that you have eaten too much, take if it fails to cure. 1 E. W. Grove themselves in shape where Mt. W. Prices drug store. .

a lton d.Grtoaa>S one of Chamberlain's Stomach and signature is on each box. 2i.; ;. Rockefeller can assimilate them all -- --- - Yaooaa aty,Ma Liver Tablets and the heartburn may -- at one gulp. The Iev. T. DcWilt Talmage says
K i r---- 1 be av'oided. For sale by G. W. Price. ;( that "a newspaper whose columns
The brewers paid i f97.000.OJO< of the
lilts Lb.O.oftt+i. j
Ier M M.btaia an the kaeeta i war tax-nearly Oh .third. This Thos. W. Cat;;, of AtI lihoro. N. C. overflow with the ads of businessmen

,ty trig neeror, w k.t th. |I A *:?,OCOCU> oil refinery is to bej I I ]gives a pietty fair? idea of the profit I had kidney trouble and one bottle of has more influence in attracting

erecteil"at.I Ueaumont, Texas. The 1 1I there is in the brewery business Foley's Kidney Cure effected a perfect attention to and building up a city '

I i president of the concern is to be ex- I here there is no war on. cure and he says there ii no or town than any other agency that

H j l Congressman Charles A. Tow ,. Mr. r remedy that will compare with it. can be employed." -
G. W. Price:
.,. i.f- .' I Towne' has evidently reached the I THE HOnE GOLD CURE. i -.--- WOMAN'S' ---
niGHTS.Woman's .
: conclusion that industrial corporations I : The sultan of Turkey has settled
i An Ingenious Treatment by which first inalienable right i3
|I I are more profitable than Populist that little claim of $'k), me SCHOLARSHIPS FORL' freedom from headache
: Drunkards Cured ,
are being nervousnessand
; daily
"z ; politics.-Savannah News.Mr. does not wish his action in our case
? TEACHERS.of > I in Spite of Themselves. constipation that so often make
'.. r to be accepted asa precedent by life l miserable. The chief cause of
John Tiopis, Colton,' O., says;, NO NOXIOUS DOSES-NO WEAKENING I other nations. these troubles is stomach disorder. 3a
the Scholarship Act Dr. Loyal Ford's Dysuepticide is the -
and Tar cured
"Foley'u Honey my OF THE NER\'ES-A PLEASANT AND I IrosmvE "
fcflowa give a lot of inform Science has found that rheumatism new and perfect core for these ills. '
little; of ,
girl severe cough and inflamed CURE FOR THE
)ta glint[ l many people are tonsils.*' G: W:, Price. LIQrOK HABIT. is caused by uric acid in the blood. i]' G. \V. I'nce.Kansas .

otreceivfng just now I i I i I. It is now generally known and understood This poison should be excreted by the -
-! that Drunkenness Is a disease and nut n eak- : kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure always -I'I goes ID extremes in every-
nation A Russian General announces that ....
to the exact .
as ne A mattered poison and nenes icompletely makes them well. G. W. thing. She is now claiming the hottest -
eannerof Russia is to down : by periodical or con- < Prke'l 1 I
> pounce I
holding the com- reay ups of
titan use ut intoxicating liquors requires ; articje weather to be had ia
eliminations will be issued India and wrest it from John Bull on : an antidote capable neutralizing and People in other cities profess to be this country.

if Suit Board of Education nith'e'' slightest provocation. In fact : craving eradicating tor intoxicants.this:poison and Sufferers destroying may now tbe i|j shocked because) a Chicago man was I I sA

faT he safe s cure themselves at home without publicity', walking Children often not from
dijs. Parties interested pretty in saying I or lUlls 01 time t rum busmen by this w'on-i I seen one of the parks on cry, pain,

coualt their county sup:ri n1 1 that ttuasia is ready to pounce down I dertul"HOME GOLD CUKK'whichlu been Ia hot day with{ nothing on but a pair I but from hunger, although fed abunI -,

or,trite to State Superi q. i Ion anything she thinks she can ge!. and ivrtected treatment after ot many inebriates.urges ot The close faithfuluse xludy of bhoes. Indeed, it was pretty I dantly. The trouble arises from inanition -
according to directions of thin wonder- : : their food is not assimilated
fcstSheit ---- I |I
*. at Tallahassee-or i iGt ': Jul discovery Is I' *
positively guaranteed but
devoured %
j &
by worms. A few doses
Hayes at DeFunlak[ Any advertised dealer is authorIzed cure tbe most obstinate case,no matser how ; I.
; to guarantee Banner Salve for. bard a drinker our records show the mar- Summer complaint is unusually Cream Vermifuge will destroy .; -

% t tetter, eczema, piles, sprains, scalds, .{t UrunUarUs transformation into sober, industrious of thousands anduprlgbt of'- prevalent among children this I I would the begin worms to thrive, when at the once.children Price '

burns, ulcers and, any open| 6r old- men. I 1 i A well developed case in the "eason'l 25 cents. C. W. Price.
.ore. G. W. Price,* Vv 1\ KS cure your HUSBANDS Cut _
fiJtkttb esta6lsh OKJoN cure your FATHEKb':: This remedy family was cured last week by the I or--
fr scholarships I Is la no sense a nostrum but >U a specific for of Mr. Carnegie declines the Repub- '
Chamberlain's !
ejformal School use Colic, Cholera
at till disease and
onlv. is so skiltuliy devised" ''
i Springs and to make a \ Dr.'Sheldon has decided toinvestiiP" .I'' and prepared that It is thoroughly soluble, and Diarrhoea Remedy-one of the j lican invitation to run for mayor of E'
l> S boat therefor. ',gate the slums of Chicago and discover !t j and pleasant to the taste, xo that It can beeiren best patent medicines manufacturedand f:New 1 or:. He is not that anxious -
in a ot tea or coffee without : 'I
cup .
the solution. that Jesus would | Enow ledge ot tbe person taking it. Th lie : which is always kept on hand at to die poor. ,;
eilu ,
greatest I
T ca- would1' hands of Drunkards parr cured the home of ye scribe This not intended -
lIe themvelfly
!41t itaie Is more apply.'e would imagine null this priceless remedy and as a free puff for the co -
pro- # solution of lime and carbolic'j : more nave been cured and made temperate IIIIf the stomach, liver and bowels
apply a who do not advertise
trained pany with us
J teachers, and t ttberein men by baring the "CUKB administered by fail "
: I acid first thin;. I I loving friends and relatives without their to benefit little sufferers who may I to perform their functions reg"--
will yield t 1 knowledge iu coffee or, tea. and believe contit: i I be within easy access of apt yj.j julirly and naturally, the blood be
st paibie' returns and hel day that they discontinued drinking of their !, sician. '
; t No family should be I
j without
comes contaminated with
own tree 11'1:1. Do MOT WAIT. Do not be deluded I impurities, .
wtainlng scholarship hitdiootfor a > by apparent and misleading '"imnrotement. { a bottle of this medicine in the ) and the whole system is in consequence a
.' Drive out the disease at o house, especially in summer-time. ,
I debilitated. Herbine is
young men from CASTORIAFor nee'i re-
and tor all time. The HOME GOLD
; of $ in sold at tbe extremely low price CURC LansinjrUowa, Journal. For sale II III warkable for its efficacy in curing
fi"cost JOO ch
ea1imwhife within reach of I by G. W. Price, druggist. the
Infants and Children. Dollar thus placing nerybody ailments of summer, and the dis-
> no such privilehie' !, a treatment more effectual than o U- t J. !orders
prevalent hot
during weather
en eThe ers costing trom IS to t'III. Full directions Times are also good in Nebraska t ;; f
for young worn Kind You Have Always Bought accompany each package. Special advice Price SOcents- G. W. Pr te. '
lktate; though a large major-1 I by skilled ph vsicians when requested, IA farmer last week paid out s_, 00 j
1I'ltb-1 I
out extra charge. Sent rr..pad to : for two gold bricks. Kansas savings banks contain $5
tfher--of the state are ot the world oa receipt II | ;. Ordinarily he ) ,-
sail would j :ofr4 I dress Uept. K6.-KDVVIS u. GlLtstCUM-1(l would not have been able to afford |!( XJ, gladly improve opto { .. I PAN\IJUand itti Market SL,Philadelphia.
of ''letter preparing ', I i All correspondence strictly confidential. titore than one at a time. J j ago. Kansas no longer bleed.?. '

t.*?eiforthts profession if like _. .. u _

i free 'board vvere-of-

>y refurc,

t1rtedty the legislature of i j ; !

r e HL-.Tbatthe of fotda{ : sum of forty- Y}

ollars, for each of the !

Ciayutj .1st, 1901 and [ ITflTAtiI.oi;

>**?otherKke<* from the same'is any{ appropriated funds herebyap-in the,

*_* nd maintain one schol- -

ltoonty in the State .

mil, at DtPuniak Springs -

fl tthe county buperin4 -

Kaool board of each

1 Ire4 to select by com- S

= I'natlon before the =f4j

egust, 1901, and within

fany time thereafter

., {pal shall give notice,

w' 4 young woman beea"of -

eighteen andy j Is GuARANTEED' I "

ht)= of the Taueta geaulace : .

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4' THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established Ig '

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Li The Cftiz.ell; yep9rter. J BOARD OF TRADE flEETS! I, ness houses surrounding it, and csjiecially r f. HYACINTHS.' Commissioners Projeedfoj.

: :: in the frame buildings on '
n. ; i.A. specs al meeting of the Hoard of : tCLERK'S: OFFICE :
n ; the east. It would also increase insurance i It seems that the hyacinths are Lake City }'la., July j
wa Wednesday to se- quite a disturbing element in our Board
1 A. H. DODD,AMlrtast Editor. rate met pursuant
lect OB
a suitable site for the I ,
==co= = new court t midst. II
Attorney A..J., Henry endorsed everything chairman for the .
OnUial. Newspaper of Columbia County.and ho 'e. The meeting was called to Our reverend father and minister {I purpose .o f seftq.
the Town of Lake city Florida.PablNhed : that had been said regard-i ing a.ite for the
1 order at 2 p. m. by President Jas. E. ing the nelsite and more !( of the Gospel, agent upon the town court hou.-e. propo 1Iet ;
every Friday at Lake City. Fla. gave many j j I Present-] .. ,
Office-South ot,Courthouse sjuare. Young.Mr. good reason!* why it should be select- I council for the water hyacinths 11. chairman: T. W. Getz
1 r -ni- = -= =* It T. Boozer, chairman of the i' !jF.: morning D, f.t:
Advertising Rata Futnah upon Application. ed. Recalled attention to the fact Rogers, Sunday i Smith, A. Rbraph..

i -- Coard of County Commissioners, j that it the courthouwere erected 'j and shakes his fist in Potsdamer' I I After giving the

I Entered in Lake City pustumce as. second made the opening address fie ex- face-bella His | matterfbll(qt.
'. i at the present site it would appear ) causa, hyacinths. : Mderatiim it was upon the
class milter.
I '-=_= -i plained the object <>f the meeting I to a disadvantage on account.of the j sOn, on last Sunday, makes iIl1 un- : A. F. Rumph unanimously tiaII(

Subscription $1.00 Per Year. and read several letters from archi- lack of space. The new building will |provoked assault upon A. II. DoJJ (;that: the chairman be retsi!JI'f4.-
i instrticte
, tects stating the difference in cost of probably be more than tn'ice as large j* bella causa, hyacinths. Ji f j: purcla.e the lot cast of the (

t. FRIDAY JULY 19, 1901., construction on the two sites under as the present one and as our public j i Watch out, citizens of Lake l"ltJf! j i I court houseu/ [, and Issue prese

I --., consideration. The commissioners, | square is small and our streets narrow 1 Keep your lips s aJJJ.Don't i l i for same, on which tram
1 / he said, had met to select a site, but I I la tq injy the
IS MONEY BEING SQUANDERED? the new courthouse would have say hyacinths j I said court house: which ,
as the citizens of Lake City would I decidedly cramped appearance. J i You will be in danger. j idesigniled! 3,. the site for ? .

( In our last issue we took occasion naturally feel a greater Interest in Mr. Everett, an architect of Valdosta !, Y Il'\'e no interest in how much: of i:, btiidling.I saij-

to criticise the manner in which the the selection than the people of the ( was present and was'" called on I!! the town's moiic) is expended iu_ getI :I; There being no other buboes!

I job of ridding DeSoto lake of hyacinths county at large, they had concluded 1 1 for an expression of his ideas. Hei I ting out the :lyaC nth". board adjourned to meet fie

has been managed, and we do to consult them prior to taking definite i said was-satisfied that lithe building Our reverend father and min -.ler' next regular meeting in Angnst at tier _

\ not now abate one jut or one tittle action. Mr. Uoozer then read I were erected in the center of the ,of the Gospel will look after that, j j I t T. BOOZE i
the letter which be sent to the archi- Cbairmu.I :
from the views expressed in the editorial square the cost would DC at least and it you are not satisfied as to h )w I; A. P. RDMPH, '
tects giving them information ,
under the caption of "That re- $5,000 more than on the proposed 'it is expended just call on the two' T. XV. GEfZEX, t

Hyacinth Job." garding cost and requirements, a site and on the latter only one front "Bobs." ClTIZEX. i 1! F. )f. SMITH.1II. l

There was nothing In that article part of which is as follows: "We would be necessary The $>,00.) represents Lake City, July Hth, 1301.; j! M. ScAKuoaorca, Ex.OtlictuCter
desire a good substantial
that could be construed a* a personal building, the cost of ornamenting the I ; -- _.
built of brick- outside of
pressed To Pan-American Exposiiiin.SKABO .
attack-it.dealt with measures,not building on three additional fronts. FOE S\LE.-\t $i
brick j a goof
)-with stone finishings, and typewriter -
men We shall continue to criticise Another Item to be considered, he *HD AIRLINE. in perfect order.
covered with slate. We desire Apply
the acts of public officials as we think com- said, is light and ventilation. Should The rates from Lake City to the I M. M. Scarborough.
modious and well ventilated
they deserve and no amount of rooms the court house remain in the centerof Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo. : ,

threats or intimidation, will swerve' and all necessary sanitary arrange- the square and the surrounding I New York, are 19.10., limited to Nov. i j
I ments. The building should contain 3rd, returning: and *4! Si), limiteJ t j A A A. AA
us one hairs'breadth from what we buildings should ever be enlarged to
the following offices and rooms: One 15 day returning. For any information '
deem the plain path,of duty. for the clerk of court several stories, light and ventila- apply to any agent on line or A. A LOT OF BRICK
E: Last week we asked for a detailed county judge, tion would be seriously obstructedand O. MacDonnell, G. P. A., Jacksonville -
tax collector,tax assessor, treasurer; Fla. FOR SALE
statement of expenditures fjr the the building converted into a __ ; BTS.
sheriff commissioners
work of removing the hyacinths.Was county boardof sweatbox.Mr. : "
7" Mixture-the blood
this cause for offense? ThU is public instruction, justice of the J. D. Callaway said he did not j i purifier of the 20th century.greatest Young's /' B. THOMPSON.
two jury male
rooms fe-
peace. ,
demanded by the public. Yet none at first favor the proposition, but Drugstore. j I'i 6
male witness' I
has been made.Vicarious rooms, court room, I wail now convinced. that .It. was thp ,
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prisoners' I, - -- .
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lock-up, judge's room, ;
violence wisest .
personal plan.President
was '
lawyers' consultation room, ladies' @@ @ @ W
the only rtfsponie we received to our Jas. E. Young agreed j 'fl
I retiring room and sanitary toilet. In''
for itemized with the 9
request air
statement. I r preceding speakersand said
connection with the clerk I .
This will not alter the views of thinking countyjudge's ( that a purely business proposition fft. Watchmakers Q .
offices will be
people. As the public knows, we fire-proof i I confronted the commissioners. With I
vaults. The vault in the clerk'- Jeweler and Optician.
were assaulted last Sunday morning ;i i the interests of.the county at heart I IThat
office which will
contain a majority
while on the way to church. i! and acting with that care and forethought -i
S of records and files
No man need think that the peo- county court < that would prompt them in j rTf. H our bu..iness-and we are doing

ple, like a drot'e of cattle, will act as I should be large. The Jown should j I I private transactions, the conimisl -' V:' our tte beat best to sen pit ice.age you and give you 1'..". ,
be prepared to receive modern
he bids and observe silence at the a J l sioners, he said, could take no other j 1 Everything we do we warrant cannot
i I town clock." : : be done better anywbere.
word of command. i course than that of purchasing from 1 ,it
He Everything we sill w* guarantee and

explained that the two sites 111
14 Does any man think that he can i i Messrs. J. E. Henry and A. J. P. 1, -, protect you In your purchase in ev "
under consideration were the lU' try way-in Price and in Quality.
bulldoze a whole community of 5,000 present j Julian the proposed site. This u
location propT 1 fIiJ Graduate Ol> and the
lot east of it -
people? Is there one little, insignificant erty contains an aCre and as the hpertacles. Musical Uuods. Kn-
unit in this population who owned by Messrs. J. E. Henry and A !'county owns the half acre next to 1:w graving! a Specialty : '.. .1 111:

i thinks that he can muzzle the people J. P. Julian, and that the latter! the lake, the purchase would give to ,j \]i} iROBT.

t and the press and institute a reign of could be purchased for $3,700. Dr. )( the county ample grounds and a ,,1 I '- T. RADFORD. i

terror? Does any man think that Julian, holding an option from Mr. j I beautiful site. \Ff ES43.
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the people, quaking, will bend the Henry, gave a verbal option on the |j RESOLUTION. .
whole'tract for the exact amount of +! i
knee and
suppliant herald him
lord supreme? his option, and aery reasonable!I The following resolution was. unanimously !!!!

We are certainly coming to a figure for that owned by him, really i ilels adopted: I, I imiiHiillillHmiminiinm
than its market value. Resolved, That we, the board of i I

pretty pass if uublic servants arrogantly He next read the letters from I I trade of the city of Lake City, in I :1*4
4 assert the divine right of au-
architects, giving the difference in j I special session assembled, after due I i .
thority and that their
acts are I
above criticism. cost of building erected on the pres-<[ consideration,do hereby respectfully ; Ready Easter I-

ent site and the one under request and advise the board of i
Irresponsible bidders offered to consider-I N. .
ation first of which county commissioners of our county ... Your Easter wants of
take .the hyacinths out of DeSoto was I every kind can be fill here promptly and si1JHI ,
to purchase the lot east of the lIFfactorily. The largest and most beautiful collection of Millinery we
Golucke & Co.
of Atlanta. public =
lake for 1700 and less-up to the pres- Here is I I 4 have ever presented awaits you. !'

ent it has cost much mores For this their opinion: '"The difference in ,square and where the present court : WI

reason, if none other, money has the cost in favor of the'new site house is located, and'to erect the I$ SPRING AND SUMMER HATS

with one front, to a building on the new court house thereon.
been squandered. I = Together with a complete line of all kinds of first-class Millinery 11
We made a mistake in our last issue old site with four fronts would be between -J!I I PURCHASE AUTHORIZED. ..l awaits your pleasure. Out-ot-tovn orders receive prompt attenuo&1X1. :I

which we will cheerfully correct. $3,000 and $4,000." The commissioners, who were pres- =

a. We said that the expenditures up to The second letter was from Wilson 'j ent, then held a session and author- i MRS. L. T. :FUNK., ;;
I .
the 12th had been lidO This was an & Edwards, Jacksonville. They ized and instructed the chairman to tM1

j error they were $;1>>.18, divided as I said: !+ issue_warrant and purchase the pro- r, !! !! :!!!!! !a!!!; ;
"After ;;;; ;;;;;;.;
follows: Labor, $U23.55; tools, apparatus considering the nosed site. Their action was unani- > .............. .... ''p'-''.
two lots your board is considering 1 .. _
etc., yt3'.ti3! ; city prisoners, I' mous. f =-
110'!. for the site of your new court house : ;: :. g;
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- These figures were taken directly building, we would recommend that -LAKE. CITY VS. FT. WHITE. t -"

from the books of the you use the proposed new site, leaning I
city treasurer.
They are open to public inspection. the present lot open or as a pub-i Quite an Exciting Game-Lake City I I THE NEWEST SHIRT-WAISTS
lie park. The Rare Wins Score of !
Every other statement that we advantages in this by i7 to II. I .

made ABSOLUTELY correct and many but we mention the two: The Lake City and Ft. White baseball -I

we defy truthful contradiction. First, by virtue of the large forej j nines crossed bats at Ft. White i/iJ These show a diagonal direction of the fabric from the j ...

ground, your building n would Friday and the game was interesting I .. -'' shoulders to the lower front. This effect is secured with
jj Ko newspaper with a conscience better \ out cutting the fabric bias. Our see iJjJJI :-
vastly lady patrons can
advantage the i
l on proPosed throughout. Score-17 to 11 in favor I
@ pictures of these
will remain dumb and inattentive to lot. Second I styles in our Paper Pattern Department U
placing on the (.of Lake City. as the August
the interests of the people It claims ; DELINEATOR,just received, containsseveral It
( proposed lot your money can be util- Game was called at about 2:30 I.W illustrations this newest effect. Another styleof
p. i.J
to represent while officials are lax ized to much better advantage and t m., with Ft. White at the bat. They i} @ shirt-waist is-.,tbat called the "Grecian Pouch" in _, !
or unscrupulous in the discharge of in I t. which the front is long and in
. )0.;;; appearance and accommodation made one run in first inning and very by being caught up ,'
were \Ii} the belt
produces the
public duty. The people have no respect pouch effect.PATTERN'S .
you would on this" site secure a put out by one fly being caught by "I Vi -
for one that is all smatter and OF ALL ;'
building worth from t3Xto 14,000 second baseman '
Briere and two
} Im
flattery, raining alike on the honest I' ;
more to your county than on the being pitched !
/ out by Taylor. Lake Dry Goods
x and dishonest; for it can accomplish present location..* i Clothing.; :
:I City managed to get one run, mak- .
i nothing is devoid of influence, and Walter'at Legare, Jacksonville, ing the score even, and it was not'' tliJ y

wields interests.At no power. in safeguardingtheir estimate the difference! in cost at I!, changed until the first half of the M. L. Plympton & Co.

-. -- 5,000.. I fourth inning"when it began to look i 2 S

the last meeting of the CityCouncil Senator B. II. Palmer addressedthe j very slim for Lake City. Ft. White 1 Opposite Court House.

Mr. R. J. Stewart, local meeting in favor of the new I made four runs, running .the : / '

agent of the Standard Oil Company site. He said thai the difference in score up to5 to 1., This put the,Lake'' 'oJS. ;P'poJ "jj'jjop'i'i, !'; opO;: ;P ; ;;?'

was 'requested to confer the cost of construction would not I' City boy's on their mettle and in -
with the the
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only pay the "' .. .."' .. .. .. ..
f state manager, Mr. D. T. Gerow, proposed new site, I next inning they made nine runs. ,i "'''''''''' .."' ....."'....."" "''''......................... ,
with reference but that the.oU frame buildings on j Then both
to baring their large teams got down to busiI ,

t oil tank, just west of the S. A. it would be torn down, adding to the i ness and neither gained until the : '
depot, moved to some place where it beauty of our city and enhancing seventh Innin when Taylor knockeda TO STRETCH DOLLflR\ \ II-+

will not endanger The property values. There would be home run and brought in J$
property. two"meuJ IS TO MAKE It GO HS FflR AS ,
tank.usllaUy .contains' about 15,000 another great advantage, he said, in coming in himself. t POSSIBLE, 'I

gallons of oil. and"if the oil should the fact that the,'officials can continue -| The line-up was: as follows: Streety i $ V We have a plan of our own for doing this. It is to girt t V1

ever Become and to ue the old court house jH., catcher; Taylor T. iIar- the' Largest KusMble Value for It. Our old customers save
ignited' explode it | pitcher; do that and stay with us. We invite you to try as.ana
would be tmpossiWtto prevent a'dis without inconvenience, until the new rison B., first base; Briere J., second'I' prove it to your KalM action. 'I'' _:

astrous conflagration. It Isa: men one is completed.', Another argument base; Brown M., shortstop i Hensley, : ,

i ace to all the'surrounding' property'I in.favor of it,Is that the courthouse W., third base? Harris, J-,' left field; The largest Stock of SPRING GOODS '#-)

( and as a result insurance rates are would be removed, from all Cone W. B., center field;'Brown A. 'B.right ,! in every Department we have ever had are now on sale. V" .

much': higher than they would be i I noise of the street' which, when the field. ;i Drew Match.Good fa staple and Novelty Fabrics, .itfc Tria iM I, .'
otherwise. Mr. Stewart informs us square is paved on all sides, will be The features of the /game were the #f, Ladies and Gents Iieltaparasols.Furnishings Neckwear tor Spring Embrodiens and Summer. "

that he went to Jacksonville enough to seriously interrupt the catching 'of Streety, not letting a j Sole "rut :
day and had an interview Tuell-I court and the officials. ,Douglas, Shoes
ball that
annoy pass came in 50 feet of him; :I
Gerow who told him that ,
be sent here to hear complaintof a manwould Judge Ires said that he heartily I the pitching of Taylor, striking out j we That can means a whole lot to buyers of Shoes. It meanUi r

citizens and to see what ,can be favored the new site for the reason I seventeen men, also one home run "jf j cannot supply be surpassed you with In any shoes wav.of a kind Doccius and quality, on a shoe that, ,, :'-
that danger from fire would means that it Is the best combination of material and ta-
done in the matter. practically knocked by Taylor, and a t obagferknocked' jf bor that I
can be put into it. To be exclusive: agent for I
be eliminate If it were 1 by Harrison and Brown, M. f' these shoes means a leader in trade of all kinds-Tflat ss "
The so-called prophet! who insisted t +
r erected in the center of the square, .i
that the summer would be cool ruined. he said it would be in iminent danger Fruit jars and jelly glasses': at J. D. I Near Phone Depots Nat J. E Inman & Co.I I,t" ".

his business. should a Hre occur in any of the busi- Stre ty's cheaper than elsewhere. ...
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;Wished 1874. 4 -

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---j News Notes. Miss Rosa arBankruptcy'
Fisher' -----
t left Monday I r
: spend a week at to If you are going away this sum. Deatb.I .
'- with her Worthington Springs {| met see the special excursion rates I Proceedings.
uncle, Mr. J, E.Harrison I We are grieved to chronicle the '
''-' >toles J,D..CEABII. 7-12-tf Alachua. of that are offered by the Seaboard Air death of Mamie Louise little On Tuesday A. It Hart was before

fr1B jars at Young's Drug Senator I Line Railway to the principal resorts of Mr. and Mrs. 2., II. Peaoock.daughter the referee in bankruptcy, F.

,''''' '" and Mrs; B. IL Palmer, in the Carolina, Virginia and After D'Ferro. Xo claims interposed. The

1Wf"- .'<*t- -l Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wise, .Mr. and I the East including Portsmouth, Old ver, at an White illness Springs of ten, days death with fe case was closed and certified to the
i came to I
Whiskey at F.
.i. p. Cone, Mr- and Mrs. II. At. Point, Washington, Baltimore New the relief of the little sufferer Thurs: court.

712.4ia Connell, and Messrs. C. A. Finleyi; Yore Providence, Boston and Buf- day July 11. Mamie Louise'was born In the cage of Mrs. Whet tone, the

four.order for fruit jars witQ hV.. F. Watts and P.. W. Adams spent I falo. Call on local agent, G. R. in death this a city little May 10 four, LS97, being at I referee adjudged her a bankrupt and
StrtetT.. ; Sunday at the Springs. Haile, or Write A. O. MacDonell, A. Interment was at the years city of ceme age. the first meeting of the creditors ,

-JIa110ur sash doors and blinds Mr. J. D. Streety will in I G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. tery Friday at 4:30 p. m. The Metho will be on the first of August.:
the I -
near dist x
tfceValdosta Sash & Door Co.f. future minister at White Springs offi On the same _
f erect a brick i On last Friday day Eugene Whet-
building on the I through an accident dated. Mr. J. A. Fisher
"*" funeral
Ji.,'LOt. Johnson left Tuesday J jjj site where he at present conduct|, )[r. Bute's mill four miles west of director. stone was also adjudged a bankrupt., "

J spted a.f few days in Jacksonville, business 52x100 ft. Work will tom- town caught fire from flying sparks To the bereaved we extend our and the meeting of his creditors will x

lifi 1.!medicine I you see advertised, I mence as soon as material can be se,i and the mill, a lot of freshly sawed -sincere sympathies. be held on the 31st of this month. >:

:ifis!Good Young's Drugstore hail i cured from the Lake fcity brick yard. I lumber, together with his cotton i -

!iSift. TAKEN press outfit wa"s a total loss, damage .
.t ; Up.-Two sows, sandy color c r r ...
and > with estimated at 12500; no insurance. 47taMost .
>|piists4ols, glass, putty spots. 'Marked swallow ,
l i'It any quantity at Young's fork and under-bit in right ear and This was a pretty heavy loss for Mr. t, Complete Stock

rq store:: swallow-fork in left ear. Owner Buie, as he had on the ground ready of k f

fGiiy-t hree>excursionists boarded d secure same by calling on the undersigned can : for delivery and a large number of orders Spring and Summer %l
quite a number of orders riil liner
iir this city Tuesday for and
fi't ctna : paying 'expenses. J, H. i that had Y Lf-ft
not been
HODGES. filled. He had
F Jutioc1Ule just the day before partially entered t Of any house in the City, now Jon \ to
osi $20!
:.-At a good type Grand into
excursion to Tampa, via a contract with a gentleman to J 91
Display at ,
I fcter;,la perfect order. Apply toIL Seaboard Air Line Railway leaving; sell out the business and move ton f i\

JL{ Scarborough.ftirt Lake City 5r27 p. m., arriving i town. russ I H. RILEY >- x:

( sorry to report that Mr.fellov Tampa 6 a. m. Tickets on sale July ,--= f

; is confined to his room 27th. limited to return July 30th. COUNCIL PROCEEDI.OSr t Leading Milliner. *n,

mk.with,lever. Only $2.50: for the round trip. Fo .

p "'..n Kp and organs: repaired at any further information apply to LAKE Ciry, FLA., July 15,1901. SLJL IL JLJiy t, jS J

,,fianp Co. Office at R. T. Local Agent G. R Haile. Council met; President Parker pre ---

'i store. siding. Present Aldermen Gillen, -----
Jewelry A --
large force of --
'workmen -
are Inman -q -
"< Rogers, Henson
a1I attention to ,typewriter gaged this week putting in shelves I and Watts. .

fr zt a bargain by M. M. Scarit on the furniture side of the store of f | Minutes of I
:i D" Clerk's office. Mr. James E. Young. Mr. Young is approved. meeting read and Why Suffer with flosquitos ; !

:_'- P"Leea.; prominent going out of the furnjture business
erossuof IW I- The clerk and treasurer read his h. -

Sanderson, was In the city and will fill this room with ones f f which was'referredto When you can get the DIXIE Canopies-

}pest of MK: W. H. the best selected stocks of hardwareand finance committee. None Better Made. W

Wilson returned home kindred lines that have ever The clerk reported
approval and
been |. *
brought to
F, J flow:Pablo after a short va.xlHejreports this city. payment (less $4.72 deducted) -of the Al ST

,;,;:,; an excellent Rev. T. S. Hubert of Beattyville light bill for June. Fitted for Wood Beds S3.OO l ?

'_flit r-.,'. _'I_' Tt, Ky.. who Conducted Sunday_.. _It'rl/lrp.n.._ Petitions were read asking! modification Fitted for Ii'on- Beds 83.5O ,
at the of
y'traitTrnt! II you nave any Baptist church several times market matter and locating .
i remember Young's Drugstore and who' iJ generally liked by themembers a market in the northern part of

Ltobuy your fruit jars and the people who share town for the convenience of its citi If you don't want the Best, then take thcTJext Best

his acquaintance, was on last Sunday zens. I l fgpv"I*]
-Two fine Jersey mulch called as pastor of the church. We Alderman Rogers introduced orid- The Climax S1.5O.: :' !

rule cheap. Apply to Mrs- i take pleasure in welcoming Rev. nance No. 119! relating to market, We carry them-No trouble .
to show
____ gecock,Lake City Fla. I Hubert and family as citizens among I and moved its adoption. Secondedby You. -*-=

us. ,, Alderman .Watts. Arguments I-

'arc (lad. to hear that Mrs. The Lake City and Ft. White base were heard, the ordinance was Lead; *
[ ball teams three times and the roll called. The b t JflS.; E.
WIsoD. who has been ill withfottkt crossed bats on the dia vote YOUNG
was: Aye-Aldermen Inman
past several weeks, is mond in this city Thursday after- Rogers y COOd ut'e.
Plympton and Watts
k noon. The game opened at 3:30: and I Icon'tlnued President ; nay- 8, r t'n -
I j Parker Aldermen Hensonand fhurdwatre,
iJkif.Sikes left week J until six The score was II
this k II Gillen.-Aye 4, nay 3. tJlSsi'
to 9 in favor
of Lake City, The
Springs to conduct the i 15 The president announced the ordi-
rhYteresU .-\Vhite boys arrived in the
of Mr M. Stein
at I I nance passed and it was certified to
i 2:20 Thursday evening and left this Mayor. _

morning at 7' o'clock. They were i
suasave money by buying''doors I Alderman Rogers presented
: quartered at the Wilson House. an or-
blinds, mantels, dinance amending ordinance No. 114, .

__1_= the Valdpsta, Sash Jt Door Mr. Frank Briqsou who lives abont which was read three times and the and CbildrensHaU- ir
._tkfm:. five miles west of town, is calculat vote was: Aye-President Parker Misses tor> Sum ::4rf

ing on disposing of about IKK Aldermen Gillen \ mer wear In our tine -
_" T:4Radford has moved his worthof Henson Rogers, They are most delightful assortment io their ( 'j i

B"Ike residence. W. I'j hay this year. This will virtually Plympton and Watts; nay Alderman simplicity. We hate the uuility

_ j just i, represent, pick-up, as hardly i Inman.-Aye 6, 1, which inxurrs gad service: made _
_ i back of the drugstore, any nay from stylish material and developed t
i street. outlay is necessary. Mr. Brinson I The ordinance was declared passed by bear skilllul fingers. Our prices will ,-----
comparison with the
!":; h' started later liiat .vaar. ,, Hut tiAf Skntu I and certified to"the who found elsewhere quality of lowest /f # .
---- --- --- ---- -' rntung' r15c,Ladies we, jsnavlng' lOc, I I cut enough hay to feed his stock, but ih considered. Ribbons at cost, /IbIRS.

4 J-BmrzLEMAN's Shampooing sold a surplus which brought him On motion of Alderman Gillen the !

t toJBIackmon's Gallery.Barber 1100. ItVill prove vastly profitableif sanitary committee was instructedto T. N. MILTON rdS'iM

.C,Lang all the farmers of the county will inspect the Kost building and the
president of the
Conference save their byproducts for home use 'I Parker House and request them re Monroe Block. Marion St.
College formerilLeesburg
I and for sale. What Mr. Brinson has moved. -

arrived in !done shows what others can do. I On motion of Alderman Gillen the
LTuesdaj to
spend several
Ls -- clerk was required to notify' the

t The Friday Exclt eDt. i agent of the Standard Company h I .
t A _
-Wood thorough, kidney alterative and liver 4 No little excitement was createdon it that should their be oil house attended is dangerous to and made and ..r.'( '> _> )!()...( '>.(>..(-&> >.C()!() (> )...()!()...(>..n.( .(>.( >,JI I'

thoroughly our streets Friday evening by the .& i viIf
treated.7" safe. The clerk notified
Mr. H. J.
that an 'armed of M
acs men
on all. Young's Drug- from }'t. White and the surrounding Stewart the agent, to call the same !i W hat do You Eat? .

country were in or near the city and to .the attention of the general! {

G sta,i Sash aaufacture& Door all Ca kindsblinds of that pose of they lynching had come the for negro the, T.pur-J. agent.The application of C. A. Finley for ; Did You Ever Stop to Think of That? M

interior finish a reduction to *-4 on the sixteen >
Hampton, confined in the county Do you know that the markets are flooded with adulter !&
work. Write them forjly19 acres vacant lots in western extension and goods ot all kintU and that are liable
jail, who murdered two men in Ft. !( things you would not like if to eat J1'
; : ;" ( you are not carrlul.about
5I what you buy;
White In March 1803.
:'C! The application of D. A. r To lie sure of getting all She Purest and Best Groceries _1 tr
.Ahnej of I Watts l ,
the as we {
Quincy New It seems that one of the would-be \ buy only brands that are guaranteed to be We y. '
paused by his wife, was in lynchers took a few too many and to tax rednction was granted as to customers buy them from that reputable article houses and we run assure our b."" .. -
.Wednesday 1 two act es in northwest extension. )t and wholt' every bought of us shall te'pure f'! r
and while : !>Ome. :. =
paid us a exhilarated went to the sheriff Free .. .
L He !, The application of W. F. Watts delivery of goods toall parts of the city.
.Ti'u was enroute toM4'Marioaclosed anJ_confided all he new. The sheriff j .( i"1 1 e.
T (fur relief of tax $50 DRY GOODS
immediately wired the governor fo* ,
1| property was granted. AND GENTS FCP. 'ISIIIXGS.r .
hU'sumWayandhe help with the following response: *i- The t Kt
and his lam.1 'CA.PT. V. IT. Cox.-Call out Jour i following bills were ordered !

; -- V. Luc ssna LU military company at once and report I paid: R. J. Stewart, special police, !. Lake City, Fla., N. B LONG & CO. i 3.

Wider; "the' Spend to Sheriff. N. Cone for orders. !, II; S. R. O'QuLnn; Nat Manker, 50 Dealers' in General n
summer at ) W. S. JENNINGS, Governor. ; cents; G. S. Young, t3. 1O; A. R. Wise i1 '

lienderson left the This order was received'at about 7 I HO 75 cents G. O.; fire Adicks company, Baya fire Baya, drying fire, _fi D( ) ).(Y.().( ()+()+().().().( ().( ().( ( '\OP().()-.().().( ().(\)...
of o'clock
and the men were at once
hose $3 W. H. -
!!nk4or-Jacksonville ; Kempton feed ol
cf where he gathered together at ,the armory. )I prisoners, $ ... I. -

PSrty? young people, andy Sheriff Cone very' wisely thought it |I On motion coumfil adjourned. l iPJ
took a boating take Attest: W} 1[. Ins, Clerk. l
trip the best plan to the negro out > j

J downtoPalatka. of town and he accordingly with a y

,.Joe Waugh left Thurs- deputy got a carriage and took the j: 'MANY RESIDENTS j $1.e/ I .
ntalM four dtf an UaroagUj cquiliiud widt u4 knoof 1
l of North Caro negro to Hagan, and boarding, the I II. mlracalua..SIM that Or. TbacDW* Llrcr and =F i
sd the Bloud Syrup feM oud. In oUwr uuirbr lovu *a4ctUw
summer, guest of train at that place carried him to f UilI&IIIIII .ku tew Ubuutod wiU UMM -
rpe WHO ue Uw old ea&aIIiJahM routedTb ,.
-rock" at his summer I.Putnam county where he is now in Over i*au rreale>i Uuod dMubx orgaa ol .
near Henderson. Ute hwua body. When workiof MSuuralauiutad DOLLAR BAZAAR
II a IJaI4. It_n.tU tin*.* xeniioM. It per
jail.When known that the form UM douul tt&e of...*..Uii C uupurlUM Iran ,
it became .
Sash t UM Mood ud MeratiBf ., ,
Door Co., tar -- laid UM -
was r bii*. W....Uu faa iosa ol Ute liver became In- j
was no attempt
U turned and square.negro gone paIrM uw yotwaoai MtttfHfiU .r. rftUiiud U the For a Dollar
made to enter'the jail. Capt. Cox .,.- uxl PI\IiIIIIIe IM cratwt gilirtlM bUlouIUM we give you the s
syi0 balusters, newels ,1AIo uI1a. dnp* li. ..rto ud Karrou *- Best Bat, Best Shoe -
wets all notified the governor of the facts bUiirHtfra* dl..a..s are Bu pKia Hymt_- ? -
kinds. Write lull,looked liter t.ef >*com.rtrnnlt U4 Oifltcult Best Pants, Best Linen Table Cloth _
before you buy. They and at.about midnight received the tueor*. tt a ot yt&Ai tepwtaoc*HIM fog gift Imfeaed ,
-t mediate to tar wan JIa ot uoutu, nick .* Best Lace Curtains,
a 0 jly-MJ following telegram: _.MIlo._ -UpaUoa. J\
_M. Connell has "CAPT. N. H. Cox.-If you have ,aomasad.&AI asdeM sJiool4w 4I.u_UAdflt.; toatfrl loagiit, soul ( Or anything else i ia our line, tI.

t sold then positive information that prisoner is TM only i.r. sad ti. war to ketp. Ui lint la 1. Whether for a Dollar or less give Ui a call.
Laundry to Mr. G. \r out of town disband until .,." ...u4 kuklUtia(OiuliUaB I*to w a naN -
you may'.1.1r.r slaws .
Krrap tkalal
"eo: Mr. Council further orders. tight u tM pads ..... S.aa eve II D.I&Ual'aa4- =
i.tereet ..... lIIaco".t lIIr.1'IaeJI"UYUaa4B1oodilJftP Nothing Over One.Dollar
in W. S. JENNINGS, Governor.
the laundry and'.I1ret MtdtdM &.,> Save UMaa ,
ne. and will The following telegram was received OM B rkM.. Imruic Uit Ha* Ihoannilt V T
probably lag oaetlt.d l IIIIAI Uiro&
*tttt near future Saturday morning. ltaaldua Mi 4aat corn for all lira jelctu t f
The &04 Blurt rtlnmn ft sots u. toM to tta* MUM YOURS TO PLEASE, J.
the laundry are men "CAPT. N. H. Cox.-Your telegram _aUd1aa"aa" sad eHfIIIaiDa IL ,
'TboiuMKi ot ToltBUrr M i1monlil OUMU to .
thank and .
ttlence who can be received. I beg to : you Ttliutil.U too*tuourr iB.iytb.b a. fiea'tteUf '
acct members of Company H for prompt- Uiria.a*sHa1. l1OO1I1Ir11I1II11rr lora H. F.
if80 that satisfeajto ness in responding to call last night. or U wau p r IIoUIaI1III4.. fou dra giu. U k* ( LAKE CITY. FLA. URIE.
wol upplrro*.w.will bit aN roar tnaOU Int.Vi r
an patrons. W. S. JEXXEKSS, Gorernor. an u"CUIWWQI& a. TM5er JU4cIae eo.

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6 THE CITIZEN-REPORTER Established 1874:_-'i.=

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P Drl T Improved Prorerix. -. I I, ORDINANCE NO. 118.An ., ,-

Humphreys'Specifics II Quads are stubborn thingi. 1 I IT L..

It's a wise girl that knows her own ordinance to auK-r.d ordinance

cure by acting directly upon mind. Xo. b6. Onlir,iro: N.,. Mi shall beam

the disease, without exciting disorder in I. Society is the mother convention. is hereby aintiiJt-d to read as fol_

any other part of the system. Home was not built in a day. lowtowit: ThcrciaH;; h 3 e=tallishcd -

IQ. ecus. rains. I. Modesty is the best policy.Irciimitanee in Like City, I'Ja a meat a. d
1 Keten, Congestions,Inflamnuulom. i3 ( alter fal't'''. i! li-h market, :1.:11 it slull be unhw fi'1
2-Worm.Worm Fever,Worm Colic.. .:as A rolling mil gathers reniorsi.All's ,
for any person ,>r pC' ?O.H to sv.ll, afer \-
i 3-Teetbinc.CuUcCrying.Wak.tulne..254Dtarrhea. net i.i that titters.
.Qt CuUOreaorAiluJUi.....'. _.23 I Let us eat, drink.and be married, for for sale ur Jvlutr at ri'tail any

7-Ceughi. Colds Bronchitis ,2ih to-morrow dye. fresh meal or li.'a in tbe ton c fLike :\:,
Faceacha... .!) I
-:\ urUta.Toothache. :
Charity uncovers a multitude of City, esu-ept front the city mar-
ft-Heaiarbe.Sick: Headache Vertigo ; .23 Kind Yon Have and
: Smart Set tin- Always Bought which hag been
-O",We SWmacb. 3 I sins.- ket. P.Jl the proii*! insmf or-
I in use for over 30 years, ha3 borne the signature
ilIlPpreaad.r the farm of
Painful Periud..25 dinai.ce :;blnll t prohil
l':!-U bile*. Too Profane Period*..... .. .'ii13t'roup. \\.tl&lo. a( be z....... of thi from selling, offer- and has been made under his per
l Lar"It/lltl..Hoarseness..... ,.23 The heaviest precious stone is the ers county sonal supervision since its infancy
l 14all Rheum.Eryslpehw.Eruption .:!3 zircon, which is four and one-half in!r'sal.- an.r delivering fresh '
1 RbeumatUm.Hheumatle Palnn..... .25 times hea\i than an equal quantity meat or tick on the street. after 10 Allow no one to deceive you in this

16 Malaria.. Chills Fever and Ague.... .23 of water the lightest is the opalonly o'clock a. in. All Counterfeits, Imitations and"Jnst-as-good"areInzi
1!-{'. arrb.lufluenu.Cold In the Head -.25 twice as heavy as water. ( June 17. lit Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
heopiai-t'ovih............._..... .2 J 1'.i'sed I.) 4Hlndl Infants- and Experience against
t Children- Experiment
27-KUoey Dl.ea......... ....... .-... 23 I i I \Vouea o. E..alaud' ('...1.. O. I* PAKKER, Preideni.Attest. .
( *-% "oui Debility..........,..........1.00 thousand I I : W. XI. IxtP, ('Icrk.APpruretl .
30-rrliiary We.he...WettJJIg Bed.... .25 Thirty women spend their.1+I June 17, I'd.F CASTORIA
77-Grip.HayFever.."_ ........... .... 25 lives in drivingand steering the canal What is -'
Dr.Humphrey.Manual of aU Diseases at your boats in southern, and midland Eng i P CONE, :'Ialor.I I .1
/ Driwxbuor Mailed .'htI. land. Castoria is'a harmless substitute for Castor OD -
t/1 t of price. I -- --: Pare_
.W. WUW & -- \
MHSuumphrey Cur. Jobn &!*., __ ------ -- and It is
I 1- _u ---- -- gorse, Drops Soothing Syrups. Pleasant. It t
.a..A"" ..
A '
8 "
!i Herbine clears the complexion, contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic -

'-- gives buoyancy: to the mind, cures WANTED. ) t : substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Wormj

This country is starting -in well to headache, regulates tbe stomach and and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
.bowels btimutatea the liter aid is
of land from L
make a great sbowing in the next Bids on tract Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand
in fact, a perfect guardian of health. 40 to 100 acres within a radiusof T
census. The governor of Oklahoma Price OOe. G. \\\ Price. 2 miles of Like City, for the f Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the 3

i, says.that territory now has 100, \):i t' Florida Agricultural College. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep : "
people more than enumerated by An eastern writer is preparing Bids to be sealed 1 and placed in The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend., -_'"
t book on "The Fathers Great Men." the hands of the undersigned
the last and the -
census year, governor .
{ of The mothers of great men do not prior to Sept.( 2. 1901. Board
t of Texas says the opening reserves the riht to reject any I GENUINE CASTORIAALWbYS-J
the oil fields and the general stimulation seem to cut much ice. or all bids. J. I.l.\LI....IICAV,
of indestry in that state has 'i i Scc'y Board of Trustees. Bears the Signature of
: There is no longer an excuse foran'one j-jS Fla. Agr'l College.
brought about an increase of its )population I
to suffer the torture inflictedI ... .. .... .. .. -
of less than 150OUJ.; -
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E I i '
hy piles when Tabler's Buckeye Pile I II te..T. .:i.' ,(
----- Ointment will cure them, a remedy -
SHE DIDN'T WEAK A MASK. tOO moderate in price and so effect-1 r -
iie. Price 50 cents in bottles.. Tubes i"j i i :' ':
But her beauty was completely ;
cents. G. W. Price. "
bidden by sores, blotches and |>uu- ...,.
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ti plea till she used Bucklen's Arnica i': The indications are that the late Fruit The Kind You Have Always Bought
% Salve. Then they vanished, as will millionaire Lorrillard also faik-d_ to :
fever Iwils ulccrs --
all eruption*, sores, make a lawjer-proof will.DeCitt's .
Ei carbuncles and felons from its : :
In Use For Over 30 Years. _
use, Infalliblefar cuts, corns,
burns, scalds and pile T- Cure guar Witch Hazel Salve To raise good fruit ,THC CENTAUR co........ TT HURIUT aTCCT..CW.011.Ctrl ". I
should be to burns, ,- -
s anteed. 25c at Geo.V.. Price's promptly applied --- -- -, --- -- -- .-- .
i cuts and scalds. It soothes and quickly you must -have Potash. YS

With its population increasing: in heals the injured part. There are .
worthless counterfeits. Be sure to !- _
d --- -- ----
daily jumps of 10,000, it will soon : Fertilizers containing ,
get DeWitt's. K. Wise.- /y" c n'itJt: cea' be of =
Oklahoma with permissible anything but speak the respect 1j j 1 Colonel Watterbon is engaged in at least 8 too' % of ; !r" :J'le I 10I 1.i>>I I"' 401eI 1"'leJi1 4eISI 1 Ie'W 'i 1 '

due to a "borninjf' state. uncorkiri some more of his political( "

> ----- I i I independence. Potash will give best : II iII DON'T STAND A.. I:

; A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. I Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician results_ on fruits of all/ ON YOUR li IiD.t -3

'"Something New Under of Smith's Grojc, Ky., for -. -.,. : Iiilll I-

the Sun." |over thirty years, writes hk personal kinds. l'o. :i

All docters nave tried to curd CATARRH by experience with Foley's Kidney Cure. r ---_-__/, ;[
tae use ot X'tiers, acid gases. Inhalers and "For years 1 have been greatiy : -" 1
rita fur which IIOclJ
drugs in paste lor in, Their ponders dry UI'tne bothered with kidney trouble and enlarged our pamphlets; (

crack uucuoas open and niemltrands bleed. The causing powerful them< I !Iil -
used in the inhalers have entirely eaten known to the profession _They are sent free.
away tb* same membranes tbat tbnr makers t without relief until I was induced to 'll I QT the poor Printing you have been I -y
ointmebts nave!aimed cannot to reacb cure the, while disease.pastes An and old I try t'ole"g Kidney Cure. After using GERMAN KALI WORKS, I '" using when You can get the Best : -

and exjierienced practiiinnerwuo h. s tor three bottles I was entirely relieved 93 Nassau Su, New Ywk. ,lii't just as eaailyas iwor. Our prices are !
many years made a close study and specialty and cured prescribe it now :II 1 I reasonably consistent with up-to-date I ; :-
ut the treatment ot CATARRH has at last in and I first-class work. We are prompt. rrt
perfected a treatment which, when faithfully -daily my practice, heartily J&
n.ea. not only relieves at once, but permanently I recommend its use to all physicians III:(I + O) y Avoid further trouble and annoyance ';
cures CATAKiiii, by removing tbe for such troubles, for I can honestly i a by sending us a Trial Order. I .; -,
cau topping tile diM'liar es. and curing I ,I
all inliauimalion It is the only remedy y state I hate prescribed it in hun f! I'l ,;' ': .
known to science tbat actually reaches the ;dreds of cases with perfect success." -
afflicted parts. This woudi rtul remedy in ,G. \V. Price. tilll THE REPORTER JOB OFFICE. 'I '
known a,"SNtFIFEStheGUAHAaTEEDca-> __ S'll' H. L. DODD, PROPRIETOR. j I Illf
TARBB ceRE" and N sold at tbe extremely # ,.
low price ot One Dollar each package containing r It is impossible to read the plan '

4 tor internal a lull month and external treatment medicine and sufficient ev-- and scope of the World's Fair of ;Ew. '"22r IIIITZ rez Mt T TetiGMTE"t:" ,j

erything"-N KFLES'necessary to, the to only its]>eriect ixTtectCATARRH use. I 1903 without being convinced that arecorJbreaking ; Cure fI n-4 YY iTY3Ia"3't faI1 1<: TtZT 1ItYi: ..ETIE; ; a __ :

FKRefer made and is nr recognized as success is plainly ,- --- -- -- .
the only safe and posituecure for tbat'w"lnd -- --- --- --
Digests what eat.
distrusting disease. It cures all ; outlined. you
inflammation quickly and erinanenily and It artificially digests the food and aids !
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Li al. > wonderfully! quick to relieve HAY THE SAME OLD STORY.
Nature in and
i FEVER and ixiLti in the HEAD.CATAKKU j strengthening recon-
s when neerirrted often leads toCOJiSlPTl I, J. If. Kelly lates an experience structing the exhausted digestive or
N"SXU.'LJoS.111 save you It lathe "Thou Shaft Not Covet"PERFECT
similar latestdiscovereddigestant -
to tbat which has happened gans.
1 II you use it at once. It is noordmary remedy
but a complete treatment which is posItively in almost every neighborhood in the and tonic. No other preparationcan
guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any 1, United States and has been told and approach it in efficiency. It in- :; COUTEKTXEtJT IS BOBN M THE KITCHEN. HEALTHFUL MEALS, _
torm or if used to directions : .
which stage accompany aach according package" Ikn'tI j re-told by thousands of others. He stantly relieves and permanently' cares ; DAINTILY SERVED, MAKE "A HEART TO MEET ITS.FATE.aWrit. '1
I delay but send tor It at once. and write tull says: "Last summer I had an attack Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, for Calalosa ci 100 Afferent coabtvXiasu at tilt tat production cf tkt TfaM j
'will particulars receive itpecial as to your advice condition from the and discoverer ')'OU-i of dysentery and purchased a bottle Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea Ccatary, oait for a am&it'ouiliy, molt life IPCIrtlliw.,. _'
Sick Headache
of ChamberlalnVColic 6astraIglaCrampsandall
of this wonderful remedy regarding : : and
your case without cost to you beyond the Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used according other results of imperfect digestion. INVESTIGATEI
regular price ot "SsNUFKLLS> the -Guaranteed to directions and with en- Price.We.and It. LargesizecontainsZK times I :
Catarrh Cure. small size.Book all about dyspepsia mtiledtret
results. The
tirely satisfactory
sent prepaid to any address the United Prepared ty E. C.DeWiTTA CO.. .
= trouble controlled much Cblcag.u
States or Canada on receipt ot One Dollar j was quicker -
Address DepL 1.6 EDWIN H. GILES & COM- than former attacks when I used I
AN\'J30 and:U>Market&{-,Pbiladrlphia.Tbe VM/LSllILll/IIKilJ'
II other remedies. Mr. Kelly is a well
known citizen of Henderson, N. C. "

report of the commissioner; f For sale by G. \V. Price, druggist. t t t .$ :t't't't a &cme of forty years Experience : f

j of pensions for the fiscal ;year just + *
t t\fldornlhettotre
.. :i
ended will show that the commis- f Andrew Carnegie has given JlouUHXJ ,- i1'Q t' oaoniize in fuel

bioner will turn back into the treas- : for library purposes to LeaJulle, I t$ 103 ,P ti! t) ; Make Clad the HoLWholds Que 1.

ury about $5,000,000 of the $140,000- i 1 Colo. Let's sec-that leaves *J79-
i 000 for the'bureau. Xo raptly pfearod, 0&3O FEL iI flt"
appropriated 900outi to be. distributed.SUCCESSWORTH or pbo&our me"'porua...... :
9 wonder thse grand patriots arc ----- -- toOlofata U.8.alht am .
army ... 8Y
Fn1 Faired te. nor s.a.ao4eI.akelda'l ==
mad about it. KNOWING. rum LAWTEKS OP t g _

..,,20,000.. PATENTS. PRO URfD!
i -- 40-'ears success in the South provesHughes' OMfclnbtl. BPS
C.A.STOH.X.A.. a great remedy tor :

< Bea?tt. ilia Kind You hate Aisals Bouugbtf3ign chills and all malarial fevers. Better i. A. SNOW. CO. t1ASIfVlU'llN!(.
than calomel and quinine. Contains PATENT LAWYERS, ft
tare. #7&3Sr
E f, r !! At druggists. 50c *ljx>ttles. apr 3'OII -

: "National Steel Ranges, the had a store to bake a
best made." evenly and quickly." :
H.1LFRI::.:,-:Sutule, Alas HaW1dSed'

r 1 "Abundance/ of hot water always: ti. "In 30 years housekeeping, MW i

ii w.'R.BalxcfttEsTtlarkspiile-1 1 > had a stove*>pleasing." ;t
I Itav J'*Eswa :J!
"After one year's hard service, "vt ;
in perfect condition." )) ,"j am sure there is none supcriOe.PAxNn5a

OBFBAX ScHOOL NaAhviuV."J. J. T.AHEASS.SopenBtest... c. t'
KEEPS I "Not one-half the fuel required water work,1-
formerly. L "The National, the best range
kn- tTxivEisiTT. \ use.
: J.'CDSIEB JIkbIaa,Eat
Have >
never seen one I would
exchange it for." "Takes less wood and less time.' ri

B. F.$TEaTTo r, Nashville. T.J.D01)1,t} i+**





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rA-r K. I--IA: -::: $&

'Th. famous Atlanta I. I Begin SUMMER is )here, and those who start P

Optician., 1 i| OkUkd Street Car* Hua by Power ; go through' the whole! summer
Away. Mllei < season with little trouble. A taint of Malarial }

f, Electric .- Right I poisoning in your blood to-day 'will. last ,. = ,.?
( power generated on the' r until the Fall unless drive it out
you uoit
i Yuba river .. .. *
: miles >
away was used
in the operation of street cars in J -....,...., ." can't euro Malaria poisouj
Oakland CaL the other day. This is I ; ing. The antidote for Malaria poisoning ; is
I said to be the longest transmission JOHNSON'S TONIC., '

of electric power in the world. The ,

I power is generated by turbine wheels, f The sickest man is riot always hi bed. The meanest kind
The cable 140 miles in length is six- of sickness is | :
just to'be able to attend to one's duties.
tenths '
an inch iu diameter
and is
of II rich blood in your veins with te1x4.
copper- with aluminium alloy. you perform pleasure, the work
which will present oxiil .atioa. It is that becomes an arduous task for half, well people. =
this cable that is "
; supeuded-across '
.., the Carquinez straits by a span of Why don't you take JOHNSON'S TONIC ? It is the
'' w 4,400 feet and 300 feet in the air. | World's Greatest Medicine. The dealer makes less
The money
test ia
Lt- most successful considered in the one of the I JOHNSON'S TONIC than on any other kind. Now remember .,
history of
:' -. COLD MEDAL i P. j t electricity a current of 40,000 volts j that.yoar health is your business:: and making money is his
1 t
igheat Award Diploma ot Honor having been transmitted: the entire business.It '
--s distance with a loss MIv4ci
/ I net to exceed I :
_i?= f- ESTABLISHED 1B7O. five per cent. Under that showing '! would pay you better to drive twenty-five miles to get a ,

n L !' i experts said the voltage could be increased I bottle of JOHNSON'S TONIC rather than use the cheap kind.

These Famous Glasses for Sale by until there.would be prac that pays more profit to the dealer. ; r
tically no loss of ,
Sry a current. .The cum
fitts&Son rent used was an alternating current .1 Moneymaking and Life-saving don't close
Eyesight Tested Free. transmitted through a motor at a run very togeth ,
$ power station. the kind that cures. It is 100 times

iwSt'- (lasses are never peddled. Be wire that "Hawkes"is stamped on tram As the voltage of 40,000 was greatly better than Quinine. Does in one day what slow- Quinine

in excess of the power needed, this cannot do in ten day ,
power will be transmitted over the

company's lines to ban Jose, a distance Better do your own thinking when your health is at stake. -

of 190 miles from the generating Insist upon having the ,World's Greatest Medicine
VESTIBUltb plant. _


t 1 liMITED ,f Mr. Ooodleigh-Sifter Gabbeigh,you ,i JOHNSON'S CHILL and FEVER TONIC. 4
don't know :
how rust('h you are missing "

T ;i by Miss not attending church regularly. 1 Eztrnt Item' a Lttter dat--4OnuHvlllt It Las been on the market for the *" **s
IHSRAILWAY Gabbeigh don't
| millS so much .
I past seventeen
as think. { ". C, years, stands
aodelt DAILY you I have subscribed for Afgu 6. 1889. higher tonlay as a curative agent fti
two fashion .
magazines.-Baltimore i i than
-h>t ; At the wa of 50, with S3 years ot ultra any other niediciue made.
... Sun. : /
yAsT. practice I am a careful otaerrer thoiuiixh; COUHJ of JOHN-
glH 36 and cautious
} JL.I e3..1 l I DIVISIONtop 1 SI ill SONS TONIC
la endunlag proprietary meJlciuot but I and enjoy Hut I keen
:= T-kPI4 3o p' Lv Jacksonville_____ 930 a I 8 Terra Cotta Railroad Sleepera.Cn I IeaamosclenUoaslyeuduneyoarJoaasoCa: pll'&,u\'e in life that only belongs to t
JU _- 11 I217pi :so a{ II 9 H103 -i lOOp..-- Ar- \ValUu Baldwin__-.:.._.__ _-:_.,,10 07 a tlJljp SOp.. one of the Japanese railways | CHILL AMD raves Toxic AS one of tile beat I! thoroughly well people.
11 euaiMjuttun
oo it 3: --- 40 al15p 10. II7' ten reiaadleor Chills and lever 1hH0 5rfI
cotta.t.Ieel.eri used.
P : p lire
-- Galllhllle---- They
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II ,.r.-+. M pj'i it ai,[-:: ."Cedar Key_ __._ ...= II 35 P __:'_''-. are fur more durable than those; of ever ai&Jd. It corrects the vitiated secretion Costs 50 cents a bottle let it I ** .Nii
.II 4 31 : 13 a ___ "bil\erSprne- ___ 1 3:> ...... j *of Ute liver,relieves cosUveuess,and today.
P noud.
11ft J 38 a : Ocala_1Wlldwooa ._._ I I promote absorption and assimilation of food, ? -
a lb 5 37 U'UI .r-- 411 p 1 00 a .
p = : ;
-III P L 15 i thua fulfilling all Indications claimed for it.
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.-..- : !I 3iiii; '_'- -. ,-"Tavares Leesbnrg_i._:_,_ _._._ S17P J :so L'H. \ Toon inly A. B.
.' ___ t9 _.__ *Orlando: __._ ___r. 4.p ofll A. WILSON I ,
;x f I 21 W S7 al__.. 7 : T. P. EDWISW y D. s if
"--i> a Winter Park _= __ 5 .
Res. TQUai| : _.._. Citp..r. [
H5aS3lp! Plant ,_ sip w ,

rotae.,...,.,..'.w.;.,...-. IOUI 1 36 a pi,>ll 8 TUnplisa X 3:>a p';':.-_-...........-f' Tampa___ '_-__ _- 540p 113 a., y.< <>!{ ( ).().( ()!()!()!<).().().<).<).().-().(-).().().() ).()

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4Sp! 6 8Ua[,._- 8 A
Connection made at Fernandina :j
1 \ 'r with Cumberland route steamers s. 7.....
: .1'
leaving Fernandina 1:30 'p. m. daily a'.
"t' M .
c except Sunday
= arriving Brunswick
; 5 p. m.. A JHBrIggs
"it' .t _

y. N.o. -- L : tLeave Fernandina for Jacksonville f r I PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.'
-;..., .---.- STaTa pKX
7:40 and 4:50 t3
a. m.
."W>:rR,.x .r.- "--' 1117 a p. m. I --- .
."..-:-;-.._...__.. ._._'..,n. WMp I::* the !
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: _--.. -" SUp Slap North and East No."37 8:55 a. m.. No. g| With a Large Supply of Plumbing rtat rial. B$ ItT1-
'- ::'-..' -.,-. -.-...-. -- 417UStop 27 9:15 a. m., No. 31 60 p.. m. From UNit 1 1Jl fJKE M '?SHbi .
-tilta-';" .-:- --_ .. the West :No .1a p. m. From t beat ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
... .
-- -:--.. .., -.. 10 3loa SOp ,South No. 24 at 8 a, m., No. 66 I 4 M .
-- La.keC1tV..J"la.
.Iklriu .___ ...;... 7303" 3:55 p. m.tafaYo.44 I 1 .
----, I Collins
----- and Casket.s'ill Stiles and

[' the Fla and Metropolitan Limited, vestibuled train between Prices. Orders Prow lIt!r.Filled. = :

riile aad New York, via Uichmoad and Washington including draw. .

!--iking.t"-and observaman, buffet sleeping cars between Jacksonville rr.

fail and Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train
consisting of
iBaJl, baggage and express cars between Jacksonville day I
and Wasbiiiad
Pullman sleepers between Jacksonville and New York. 4 ._I ___ ___ Tam stan Nil
i'lursdajjllrOOp.for Key Went and m. Haranna, Leave Port Tampa Sundays. Tues- | __ It s fJ

I J,sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville

.. < _notion, at City Ticket office 203V.. Bay street. Telephone 260. ONORRHOEACLEET THE ,. Georgia, Vermont and Italian flarble. "
( Ui .,
JAS. M. BARR, I'. E. 1.. BUXCH i V
':: \''Jp- Ceril Sup't. Granite Monuments; Headstones,Tablets. Statuary Also Steel and ", t3rSJ -
Gen. Pass.
-,"',-'" s" Portsmouth Agent. CURE ( their Wrought Iron Fences. Parties needing Marble work will find it to '
Va. Interest to*rite '
I us tor designs and prices. All W ork JuaranUeJ
NELL, Assistant: Gen. Passenger. Agent, Jacksonville. Fla SAFE SURE r t 1P.
.... I Valdosta Marble
._ ---Ua.cwDIi I Company ?
=t.tt0.M uae.atrs
- ... J VrtUDOSTA, CEORCIA. irmar'01
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I For sale by .George. Price. .. N-! -
-- RIVER. ROUTE .. .."' --- -- ;
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f.<..:} ,-_Subject to change.without public notice. Superiority -

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-Q&! .STATIOXS.Ly Q.TictbUp I DixieHyer I

ttttep 515 ...... ..-.Macon........ ........Ar _4 lap iu. 4 10 a ui Is the distinctive characteristic of our liI
Sip si .......... .UnaJilla ..............., 1 48 p iu 2 5. a m Men's, Women's
i Pm ..:...........Vienna .. ................ 2 ,2.if 111U 2 31 am Boys' and Children's
4iipm Ar,........CorJi-le.................Lv 2 !>sp in20Sp 215a m Ii
1t@Rpat Ly.... ......Cordele................Ar m 2 15 a in IiII
259pn1 .,.. ...A hburn................ 1 301 m 1351 iu SPRING and SUMMER
tSpm; Ar..... ..v..Tifton..p............. Lv 12 K> p in. 100alil I I I,
1 alp jD Lv.;,........'l .f ton...,.............Ar 12 35 p iu 12" a in I II .
4l p m- ...,... ... .. Sparks. ... ........., '... 12 ft! Pm 12 22 a m I
hip at .........;.,lie rt pine. ....;.....,..... 11 51 a m 12 11 a m : CLOTHING=
Ar.... .Vaklobta.... .........Lv 11 lOa wU 11 35 1'111 I I 'I 11-L
*? "" Ly. ... .....Valdusta...........' .-Ar 10 a iu I I"" p m I
i pm ............. .I..r.......... ....j..I....10a7a1u 10 21 p iu -
P ai ... ...' ..\\ lute hpriug 32 a m 10 01 p m TAaf336YwAAK NO ?*
p W Ar.........Ijike P L v. ,......LskeCitv..-. 5o s m 9. I
p m ..........Saulpoou s..9. ft) a m 8 05 p iu BAL CE'S Ii I equals ours in QUANTITY. QUALITY VARIETY I
l 9I pt'1 ............It Imp Ion.. 37 a m 751pntw or general excellence of STYLE and FINISH, and [
pa Ar...., ...-.IJBllltka... 25a m cu EQUAL QUALITY I teki
I LIVE OAK i Cur Prices Always Lean I
,9i1p m / ..... .Lake'Lv '" .11.' ...........Ar850am| tS'JOpiii i !'t'/
tJ.tU ........ Sumpson (; II w* 7'.". put /qIJ -4.-
XJOI Ar....... ..".. (lalll lty..A.... a in I 7 00 a inf Ladies' iuliur.\ade Suits. I.( '

!Ij i"'i>t :, NOUril BOUND SCHEDULES. t WHISKEY. j l Waists.- Skirts. Underskirts ,.7

IjCofG__Rt.S C 4: St LJty.111 Cent__B R and,connections. :a, Corsets Neckwear Under 1 it r'

app b' ty.. ...Uke City...;...,...Ar 6 LU a 1\' 17 U wear: in, especially' exclushe _
It"..10a.". q:: "...' 'I am II........._..,. 11 .wp. m 20 pnml' SOFTENED BY ACE. selections ; !
1' "..Atlanta ..... .:.... .L.Lv S ....111111 7 SO a in -..-. '.
. Jill, Ar.. ........C1iall nooga........... 25op w 305a111 "DllUu.
f Pal Ar ......... a..hnll..I.\. 9 Op844p 9 30 p oi Awarded Gold Medal at Atfanfa: Expo5 tIoo. MAIL ORDERS
tea 11& r.-. .... .. .i t Lolli.:....... ....Lv m 8 1C a in .. I

_.1tti'llt"' /"', ,... ..fiiiciiiatli.Chicago. .,......... ..LvilHWP III ill no a in.fa Is the best and' I'I solicited. Careful attention,'and shipments C.O.D.
1a tti \r............ ..... ...... .l.\(I 7WI'. m ......:... '-: purest with privilege of examining before- paying. r
!IIIJ ,l Rye Whiskey.-sold Correspcndenceinvited.- --' I ..
vrn (rains ln not
slop. :
HxU the" >uie Kl '.-r" line rough sleeper between St ....11 I ilf South ( =
> b': in the
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|Ta.viaVaU,..,:.. aii.l through )arlor uleepin! ear *";1 ma b I
irl lug Ile reception of pa!!.. ager"* *1II0'1 J DeJlo Ma con :
iJDS: In'. Vacon l'uion Depot on return until tJU. a and eau. be R. F., BALKE & CO., Proprietors B.H.Levy&Bro

Bruw c. n. !'Istr. CINCINNATI U. s. A. i
1lDCthlent. Lake Ha.
: -c:: Ihny Bniws.fPAJactsoaville. Or4cr *.Uc4 ta ew fceJ c6U will bAUa4 SA 1'NAH, .- GEORGIA. i
-N.. ; Y sou.G a. Fla. bit our.oeuett ssctaiu Uiutttituf,
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8 \ THE'CltIZENREPORTER.Established LaU l Ij

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Cheap Week End Rates I I y --.:

From Lake City to Pablo, Atlantic 11
"THE BABIES' FRIEND." a quarter of a cen Beach and for Sunday excursions. !
Mayport HEBiNE.
t Nine
Foley's Honey and II = /
r- -1 [lOR has been curing Effective Saturday June, .I \
i''y 9th aad each Saturday thereafter I Tenths:,' .
fOjEYS of croup 4 's it
: until Aug.S-ltb, the Seaboard Air ,- .
In that time '
whooping cough.
of little I Line lUilroad will sell neck end I of I Pure Juices from
-. iI it has saved thousands : Natural Roofc. If
tickets to tbe following points, from
lives and every year it goes Eon I .
Lake City, Lire Oak, Monticello, ;
i all the
I. who I
i'a, saving more. Physicians f!i I '
have tested it know Foley's Tallahassee and liner .Junction at. RErJnATEStt.AliverJSmna aildBcw; Is I

i HQflgj Honey and Tar is the best medicine | the rates named below: I f. PeopleSuffer h Cleaflses tj! Sysiall; riiils! the Bat: ; ? I
,r for little folks and I I Lake City to Pablo and return il 70 I

roRtx Pr, much superior to the old time j Lice Ionticello"Oak" -,' :3J5Tallahassee 215; : trUfiS I Mahuia, Emm= ;i iitSS; Con l* at ,(

tCliest ? muriate of ammonia! mixtures, SQ "' 3l ) t3
WT Stomach i Gtr
( ail aired
t_ ., often prescribed by doctors and I Hirer Jllnct.I 450 11 from aDiseased ',. !. Iigest. 'I

which often ineffective. ; To Atlantic Beach and Mayport
affi -.'-' *<, It's entirely are so free from opiates and i from the aboved named point ten \ Ei'J! LIUOl I$ ((3 3i35i Qj #'3 lira $1l3d# :# sllf. .I
: X
it's unconditionally guaranteed.
/ .1 antI fifteen cents higher respecti\el
fOLEY&CO .-7Riy Little folks like it. Monticello to White Springs and Liven ( I'rioo.fiO Cents. "J

CHICAGO BL BANNER SALVE is the greatest i return fc> Tallahassee and return .
: S
healer f Free:icd by SAXES; f. BALLAKO,St. Lois;Mil, I !
I$:!:t;: Oiyer Junction and return$J 23.:! .
"st\ rfer'<)ry c ,.{-t.-i-i", );riK r Pe irer"IJo 3ir( #xerftF lF l
All tickets are of iron dad signature :
...... f
Sold by Geo. W. Price. form, continous passage, withfinal Sold by Geo. W. Price. : '"
limit returning Monday following j

date of sale. For any informa- '",

tion, rates, schedule on or .. ...... -- : '
} MILL. ?T>T<''f"tiT"T"t."T'T 'tc.'!:> tE: f<:t.: T.1'2t""T; "' ",
E 'SAW 1 write. A. O. McDoxALD, AG.PA.JacksonriIleor, 1

G. R. Ifaile, Agt., Lake City. ., I I t L T '.. j
Four Miles West of Lake City. The '
I I 1
First-class Yell)\\" Pine Lumber sawed to order and delivered to any part IT SAVED HIS LEG. I Offer to both sexes a good education ;
of the City on short notice. Address I along the linesof s 1
P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Ga., Florida'Agricultural'
suffered for six months, with a frightful "
S. P. FLA.
running sore OH,his leg; but write Modern Thought and fictiv 1I.! 7*!

.. that Cucklen's Arnica Salve wholly Scientific, i
Military and j
cured it in five days. For Ulcers, laduntrial
.. Piles its the best salve in Departments.: Most It:;
--- complete outfit of !
College. apparatus Es-- !
the world. Cure guaranteed. Only !i
I I* nai'i reduced to a iI;
i !
A DI 25c. Sold by Geo. W. Price.VithFletctermayor
BUILDER Telegraphy Book i
I .
I -- -- keepin i. taught P.I: E. : :!
l J, \ of Jacksonville J Send for a Sew Catalogue. tq ,:<:: ;

i ...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... I a lire progressive city council, .j I '\V ('. YOCUM.' Pres. f ;i
and John Stockton at the head of I. .
I Lake City Fla. 0';
A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES. II her board of public works, there will -- -'. ,- -- '
CALL ON ME BEFORE SENDING AWAY FOR THIS KIND OF WORK. I I be great improvements noted in'I .
;;'' lT T IZ1? ?I3I N m 4:;I' I lI'; I g TIsI3T c _.m: = '
.. u .. _' __ __ that city within the nest two years.A '
'I -

1[WORMS !, VERMIFUGE !; Johnson's. Drives Tonic out every is a superb trace of grippecure. Grip :;

i .
.... ,. I Host ia Quantity. BotinQiuUt? i ij Poison from the !oJ tem. Does it'"
& f f 'V'fer fr .A I *t ,
20 flag Led Warm Remedies. t 1h' y quick. Within an hour it enters the !
Yesrj jaj blood and begins to neutralize the
3 ( > :U Y :IAUVG-GX'Z': : $. fects of the |>oL>ou. Within a: day d.1

(.l'zo=pro$ tl--4 AWES F. DALLARD_St. Louis._.... places a grip victim beyond the flail dersj
. "V'-' -- !'of danger. Within a week ,
Sold by Geo. W Price. (. cheeks attest return of perfect :
health. Price 50c if it cures. Ask for i
[Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic.- ,
Take nothing else. 1001mar22-ly t

t __I Nashville Chattanooga <&< St. Louis RU. !I 'j I,

-AND- [)r. W. H. Ives, Jr. !

Western and Atlantic R. R. '! PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. !, 1

"Battlefields line" !' LAKE CITY1 FL.PnoYE 113. I .

I __ __ ______ I ;
Through sleepers to Chattanooga, Nashville, and St Louis. connecting in'
union depots for Louisville, Cincinnatti, Chicago, Memphisand ,J. D. CALLA\ AY, | ; lh B it BoUlin
all points West and Northwest.C. !
::. IlARsau,G.P.A.. Atlanta.Ga. T. M. DuYLE, F. P. A., Jacksonville, F1 a. r;i -I HEAL ESTATE AND.I i : -
i i' !I' I SURANCEAGENTI* :._ ;
ii o pang.
I Lake City Fla.: I II f f.Gtl1 f.

Fire Storm, Tornado and Cyclone Insurance.BEST I -- +SE5T -
t ; OTIS ,

COMPANIES'.REPRESENTED'i'*''v'"aBSS! i Attorney At Law.
Cool Drinks, Fruits, Yegeffi
Best Insurance,at. reasonable rates. Speedy adjustments. Old in business. LAKE CITY FLORIDA.
Office: Up-stairs in Vinzant Block. 1
i bles, Tobaccos, Cigars,<

L Chalker & Small Agts.Carriage ii i DR. E. RIVIERE,

,. DENTIST, Nuts, Raisins, Apples;"

Office upstairs the rear of Piles.l>rng:
Store. LACE Cmti.* I

] _-_ And Fine Candies.

v Maker and Undertaker .
py PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Soda \Voteri Safaaparilla. Strawberry, Ginger M

O Coffins and Caskets always on band at reasonable prices. Prompt- Btfiidsaee Phoje No. 11.i Seltzer Cider Ktc.
< attention to CALLS Day or Kigbt. Irlegrapuic orders promptly attended i I Headquarters at \V ISE'S. Drui"storl11
to I messages lei I Here Kill be Geo. J. Davis, Manage
V FINEST HEARSE IN THE CITY. promptly attended to.
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L. E. ROBEBSON. i \ n.
,Fla. I Late City,Fla. tSU11.l1ER

:_ <+> -. AT L.i\\ ;

_lTm LAKE CITY AND JASPER, FLA., The thermometer
will Soon be climbing to the Sum
Will do a general practice in State ana mgr beat marl- You Will soon be w iatiiag could ,
federal courts. Collections and to t
con\eyane= contrive get Without that hot
tally range. :
ing. Lake City oBke. Second floor \'m- You can. .
i:zant Block dUtw-lrr. O T

33* '' O TRY-& BLUE F AME., 0

: T. B.OLI BR, 4Blue .
-s? ATTORNY-AT-L.AW. O Flame makes an ideal heat for cookinft-njulck:: ;
: ad.ftonoinicaL We hate Stove you want !
(> O ; A SPECIALTY. < >
Uupgiv3 and Wagons for sale and Built to Ordrr. General Repair- I tt
a&ptcialtr. All work guaranteed. Carnage!: material for sale.also O Office Marion, street up stairs over"Mrs < > 1
t- J agent tor Marble Monuments and Grave Stones : T.Boozer A.Perry's s.Callaway.PracUce building. formerly, occupied bv j jI

in all State Courts,
.T. A. FISHER prompt attention
to all Busmes. Mortgages and Deeds
O' 113-117 HAMILTONSIR.. LAKE I drawn aud acknowledgements taken. Try !
t CITY, FLA. You

i I'Janl-lIt'). COLUMBIA CODBTr. .e0 an -Jii_ can f

'Iron '

r THE,iytsataiaai GR1FF1NQ, asi -BROS.a CO.'S I lO OVERS f Of FRE8H MEATS J : King" I I Afford ItYou'll ,

; !ooapalNTOOWFOORCU IT ksuIptln area Wllsttl< ua ealtadNr. Will Bud all they require J.' I
Ten.- at the Shop ol I I I

1'c i What to Pleat and Huw to Crow u4 Market I /O .
FOR rR/ tile Great Colson & River S !

) .Money AUklBf FralU ol tile 5oakPeubes > > O Have Better Meals, and the Gook a Better Temper ,
) Pears,. Plums, Pcrsiamoas Market corner Marion and I
i "Irh-Orado Trees tint renGraues.,t if*,Silsama aid otiier" &} Hamilton. streets, opposite O I carry the molt com le line -of Crockery,
I Orinj.on Citrus Ttifuhala Stock, Or.amei.lal ,I J. t: Young's store ware and TlDo.\\'are in the city. Just what you want \
Low Prices, Tie>, Roses and eterrthtag for tie G: 'e. prices the lo"'es3 considering quality 01 good
urvaar4 or Kardea. AaditMThe G _

i ..CATALOGUE FREE:.. Grilling.Bros.:Co., i will delivered be found in bere.any part Meats of c: Tin-RoOtiJW and GutteriDo a swmir : : ,

s- g Nareriea aid Test Grounds at--.. .. POMONA NURSERIES, the city. We deicer late
in tile evening for next : =
i Mae tcl1117, Fla. Jack oa\'We. Fla. i I mornings use :--, J. D. STREETY. .- > ,

el fi g&l 4 Qg8.9 9 1.8.8"" LET US FILL YOUR ORDERS t' "'
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