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The Citizen=reporter
Portion of title:
Citizen reporter
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
H.L. Dodd
Creation Date:
November 1, 1901


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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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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FRIDAY NOVEMBER' I.I 1901. Vol. XXVII. 'No.5'.

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iMafVtimt immemorial. From our regular correspondent YC t.

lsissr i ia the neck, disjt Washington, October 28th, 1901. I h

| iBfliu&ei the mucous The Secretary of War returned to a FOLLOW THE CROWD

M the muscles, weak' the city on Wednesday and the Pres-

,'rsdaees the power of ident on Thursday, and they found

i and the capacity awaiting them a condition of affairs ;>;- _
people always appreciate good bargains-go with
ud dcrelopi into cones that caused them 'no little disappointment people and won't r'the ='
you go wrong. Look: in on us whether ;
V* The news of continued I in need of DRESS GOODS, or not, and you'll not regret
.J the left life of trouble in Samar, the constant fric- it. You are always sure of the lowest prices and goods r
I treat pain.Was lanced, tion between the Civil /t 'A are just as represented. We have opened up the most i
-sore. I went Into a Commissionand complete stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES and t .J. F
I I wu pertaadod to try the military authorities, and the NOTIONS ever displayed in this market. Inspect our
L,sad wham I had taken Impossibility of line before purchasing elsewhere. -
reducing the
_t wu fasaled. and I havrtnntis military ,,)
of UM kind since." force now on the islands, notwithstanding Porter t .({
HBTroyOLl& the fact that some 10- keoCityeFla: stand L

SarsaparitlaPills 000 men will have to be brought home, .:Ji
because of the
expiration of the i -- ,
terms of their enlistment, all com- :11' -
i .! it, radically and per* bine to repudiate Republican predictions ift; f-{ ,.1,
bar rid thousand and the administration. u ,_ t.
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worry -- ---
According to the latest advices Senate would ratify no more reciprocity "no reflection on his ability and ill. SUGAR STATISTICS.

there Is still money In we are trying Weyler's Cuban treaties 'and would permit no tegrity." Mr. Pierce was first ap- -

,*a kaow where to run reconcentrado policy In Samar. All reduction of the Dingley tariff sched- pointed to the Diplomatic Serviceby As a good deal has recently ap ;

i in*' shown by that persons found outside of the towns ules. What he said to President President Cleveland.In peared print regarding the consumption -

postofflce robbery. will be treated as outlaws. It's not Roosevelt is not known though it is \ the hope of getting further of sugar in this country,

lt o bites, bites or itlngii surprising that Roosevelt squirms at presumed that he defined the Senate's light on Secretary of the Treasury the various sources from which it i* -

or reptiles, apply the pass to which Republican colonizing position along similar lines. Gages financial beliefs,. your' correspondent obtained the amount of duty paid .k
r Liniment. It coun- policy has brought us. Representative Hopkins, of Illinois, | called on the Secretaryand thereon, etc.;the following facts and t

poison la the wound, I Senor Baretto, chief translator for was also seen at the White House'' aokl'd.him to elucidate bis pro- figures furnished by 'Willett & Gray, ; ? -

fcunaatloQ and heal the provost marshal general of Ma- this week. He says that he is Uut- position as propounded to the Bank. sugar .statisticians; of New York; .,,
cc.& and DO cents. O. I nilla is in the city. He Is a native terly opposed to any change of tariff i er's Association inMilwaukee.. The will be found of interest: !

I. Filipino and knows the Pnilippine schedules or any reduction of internal i Secretary wa so loth to talk on the "The total ,consumption of sugar Its

be something more character well, and he says that the revenue, that the country has j subject that it gave color to the ru- in the United"States, last gear' was 4.

i lav to prevent a citron United States has been premature in too many expenses to warrant any mor that the President was not al- 2,210,847: tons. and based s'on the'ay- }

blowing It la .undertaking to control the islandsby such measures." He cites the proposed together pleased with his statements. erage increase of 6.34 per cent dur- ; --

entire people. a civil commission, that the In- isthmian canal, an extensive I He said that to enlarge upon the subject ing the past 19 years, the consumption L t
surrection has not been-put down and River and Harbor bill and other expenses would be to discount his forth- this 'year sho'ulJbe- -2,360,585' tons +

iktt -weather U a greatMgeative that the strong arm of the militaryis that will have to be providedfor. I coming report. He would not admit Of this'quantity 1,000,000, tons .iii m

power of bapuy essential to the maintenance of Mr. Hopkins proposes to do his I that the propositions would appearin round figures will come from American -

and feeble they peace. lIe intimates that the com- share towards the dissipation of the 'I precisely the same form in his report sources, say Louisiana being able .
i L Ikea"uge.t dose Price of 23 White cents mlskion has been duped in the choiceof surplus by the establishment of a but said that he would dwell to produce 450,000 ,tons. United t

their native advisors and of their permanent Census Bureau. That a I i upon his idea that: "the Government States beet factories, 150,000, Hawaii -

appointees and he cited the case of permanent Census Bureau might be ought to be gotten out of the bank- 390,000 and Porto Rico, 150,0(),

i preacher b said to be one Fedlx Roxas, "who, having failed maintained without any increase of I ing business." In reply to the ques- all being free of duty, leaving 1,380- t :

i vakh he read Ia man In the position first assigned him, cost and with, perhaps, an increaseof tion, "Would you not place the people 583 to come from other sources an I

riffs congregation. Rut, that of governor of Batangas, has efficiency, is not denied, but Representative entirely In the power of the, on which duty is paid. The average F

r deserve It.1'AND been appointed judge of one of the Hopkln's bill will not do so. bankers, giving them the ability to price'assessed is $38 per ton, or a to- _ of the fact that his bill ptovidea for a salary of 97- I enlarge or contract the currency at tal of M8.8ai.ooa The price of alt J

I he has never practiced law." 500 for the Director, Ex-Gov. W. R. j,i will? He replied: "The prosperityof sugar consumed, however, being en-
Senator AldrIch, of Rhode bland, Merriam, an assistant director at i iliOOO the bankers depends upon the hanced to the extent of the duty of y a

BRICKMwDas was In town recently and had a long per annum, and numerous other prosperity of the people. Their interests 136 per ton or a total of $84,981,606, ; :'.
t a.. amii.THOMPSON.. conference with the President. It positions with salaries varying : are identical l+Iy idea is to it is evident that$36,000,000 additional s
from to Il.J()(). Undoubtedly j is paid by the in
Kill be remembered that this is the 92,500: get the government out of the banking people order to *tyt. >-
: with the present republican majority I business, which U not its pro provide .Government with 49 millions y
gentleman who last year gave no-
that the in Congress there will be no vince. That is the business of the for revenue, of which the Government f .
President McKinley
tice to ,
trouble taking care of the surplus banks." He refused to discuss the is not now in need. If the t
The comes from the White matter further "for further duty is taken off Cuban sugar the ;
-- -- -- report saying, benefit of 85 millions goes to the -
House that the President is going to details you must wait for my annual people. -- d _,
introduce two innovations in his report." "On October 8th, the quotation for y;
present message. First, that he I: Secretary Gage expressed himself Cuba Centrifugal Sugar 96 degree ;
E. VA.TJGIINJ test, free on board Cuba was 1.96c .
: e
proposes to write it all himself, In- i as much pleased with the conditionof per lb., duty on same amounts h t 3f ,
I stead of assigning to the members of in the West. He believed 1.tfRoo-equivalent to 86 per cent ad-
:. J UKAUttllNf his Cabinet, those portions dealing I "republican prosperity was going valorem. !

with their respective departments, j I to continue. The short crops -1' v
W Sausage I When have
you no appetite, da :
F :i and secondly, that he is going toj I i were offset by the enhanced values not relish your food and feel dull ., .

?.:; Aftd Everything Handle by a First-class Butcher. II send it to Congress in typewritten j and there would be no increase Infa'rm after eating you may know that you j,
> form, it having been the custom, \ mortgages." -The demand for need a dose of Chamberlain's Stou J '
,; ach and
< Liver
; I heretofore, to typewrite it and then bills of small denomination is so great Tablets. Price 2j
-Is Cream and Soda Water Parlor near the colored cents Samples free at G. W. f
Masorlc Hall. augJO have it transcribed with pen. The I that we cannot supply it, and that Is Price's drug store. ,
manuscript copy was then sent to always an indication of a free circu-

** T r r rv T Congress, which body immediately I lation of money, freely"moving crops We very much fear that the Wat-

h _, -- t turned it over to the Government I and general prosperity." terson boom is also likely to encouqter -

.' fli liJf tJ>>fljtJ>> fJiJ. tJ>> ; i printer who set it up and furnished, j I It has been made known at the na- the early frost. -' = K

; I'Laker 111JijJ \ t within an almost incredibly short : vy department that Rear Admiral For digestive weakness, nervousness I '

i5if.1 time, printed copies to the House Crowninshleld is to be succeeded as pains in the fide, flatulence,
: I and Senate. I understand, too, that Chief of the Bureau of Navigation, dizziness, wakefulness, headache and 3

-I: and Optician. LY app the President will recommend the by Rear Admiral Henry C. Taylor. other costlveness annoying, Herbine accompaniments is a prompt and of : i -
of a Department of Rear Admiral Crowninshleld will be
..., + unequaled remedy. Price 50 cents. :.
@ol Commerce and Industry. I given command of the European sta- G. W. Price. '
W II*r feiiirfA-and we UP Uolnc tion that the transfer will be in
@ a somewhat -
State Department
', tea la 4 In the j
| e *au aud five you I
.., W .. ce the nature of a promotion, rather Without planting her flag in Cuba, I
.,:;;;r.: important ch n e is to be made >i
than otherwise.
u"'rytkia warrant Germany has
wt da cannot increased her trade
a*dw. better ..,.'bne. I in the appointment of Mr. Herbert with the
island 31
(TTUlif \1JI of Ma-sacbuset' be DeWitt's Little Early Risers never per cent, while our r
WI M|| we" .:I A H. D. Pierce, trade has decreased. -
riandlaOHUU ,
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gentle, effective in removing all impurities
.-.Hrlrfellfle Bttlac of i/i1 Thomas W. Cridler, resigned. Mr.
from the liver and bowel,
... Dr.
= acle .kal Uut4lL En-! :.1l
of the Humphreys'Specifies
n via al+rd&ItJ WItI Pierce U now First Secretary small and easy to take. Never gripeor 1 .
American Embassy at St. Petersburg distress. A. R. Wise.If ;it
is of Senatorl..ooge. care by acting directly upon
and a protege
T. T. RADFORD. t Mr. (idler's resignation Seth Low is as successful in get the disease without exciting disorder !& J'
i- FJS49. ii1mm votes as he has been in getting
: ting other
was iciuested by Secretary Hay, .any part of the system. ;
nominations he will win in walk.
a 10. CUBH.
mm difference of j'ltlgment be- rwctj. '
owing to a
------ 4-Fever" *. CongestionniittMil. 413
tween Mr. Hay and him+elf,. and Is' The excitement incident to travel- 3-Woes..Woes,Worm Colle.,. .ii5 ,.
l .
ing and change of food and water of ..13Dlarrlaea
P. .- .....
QI CJaJ1dnII ell.44al&a. .u
ten brings on diarrhoea should, and for this ',-().......CoUi,Broacbttli..... ..... .13 '
reason no one lease home

mm TO EVERYBODY without, Cholera bottle and of Diarrhoea Chamberlain'sColic Remedy le-Dr.repl..l.dlyesuo..We.tstomaea.Hi S-i1.u.__ rsta.loutL.cheP.oe.cho..jSReaaebe.8t .kHead.ebeiaetyo .23 .

: For sale by Geo. W. Price, t
". l1-ia" Pal..1 Pert.
Always Fwth. 'V .93
wbo those who buy in large Druggist.In I -WIIUe., TooProfaMPerbxbA-
now-a-davs are
prosper the ...tin r
esand place tbelr goads within reach of all. The Always lS- r.a,.Lmnr. UU.Hotrotto...... .:S .. '
*ban ia Columbia county may be nil customer. all probability President Roosevelt f-ial&Ahess.IrysIpelrrIr.yttoa... ..isJ
i-lUaHaad... >. ......
5c. allows nothing but dark meat Blleumadc! ia. '.23 e -
OeUgon soap lOc. t-package Toothpicks his table. II-Halula. aIn.Yenr.sdad....... .sa : ,
served at
i Wash Basin lOc. 1-glas Syrup Pot 10c. I fEBRl t-Cal.nb.1II411e11111,CoI4la&lie Baa42OVIl04l'1.H.II. .Si o.F
'. ._r 10c. 3 ..................... .u l
Tin Milk
Marge I You Know What You are Taking 9T-Kilaer DlMue..
*re prices are the lowest ever offend In Lake Hty. A When you take Grove's Tasteless 18-\ "HU DeWUI,..-........1.M
'llae of Crockery. Hardware, QUt't"Pliware, 'J'iuware loid v rrwtMM Chill Tonic because the formula is Se-CrlsarvWeahac..WectlajD.d. .!II
eertes. to nelcct ruU&. IM Bnd ABDB*| frat. plainly printed on every bottle showing 'J-G rl,.Hay Fllfer,................._..... .11 c
Lir.ILiti a q?{tt1NT,tiifii that it is simply iron and quininein Dr.Ba.pbntJ8'aaul"aB Dtaeaid U jroor
Dr II W.I ur Muted*'rM.
: E. a tasteless form. No cure no pay. 1I!>I<1 ta j dnugM*.or wot oa receipt or price. _
.<..J. I 50 cents. I I Hut J.*' *JL to., Cur.WlUUu ft Juba te, : '1


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up a bit when a new passenger enters, --:;;::: .
Hcoapanbll-y A careful estimate of the orange
until often there are six or seven passengers "Tben A
crowded in one end of a u f IZ the mucous motstherup patches ia crop fjr this sa'asia, jj: :!t complete(

""*,' ''' ... ..... with .seats ,la: jrentlemar who i* con>i-lert d an
; seal plenty ..ol.i empty tons orr'the skuv; I
behind them from which they shave Hair falls sore tl3roatcoppercwlored authority, pLl.cs'time namixrof tones 1 to bx w

"moved upJ!* The nervous complaint "i splotches, at-1:?5O.UW. Thi is quarter off No

r fi took an"even" firmer hold on its- vic>;!ilea Out swollen gland,, acliing..tnuscles j f a million bores more than last year'si fJ' cropcan&
slid is
bones, the Ilisc.l..e mating
and ,made itself manifest in private
rapid headway, and far worse j I crop, and the fruit H generally rePorted -

life, however, and that is why the nerve symptoms will follow unless the Hood i3prompay !! to be of a finer quality.The
s ptciali-ts have bun cajled! into consultation !
of this
, and effectually I same ..territory which produced or-
to cheek its Now
ravages. violent destructive :
\ ti.. i when several people are in a room at i ian I S. S. S. i is the only and infallible ; angel last season i is not bearing as

: evening1 party or reception and a j ji cure for this iliseaMc! ;, the only antidote heavily it did; last year but the Potash.

y new caller enters everyone involun- i j i for this specific poisoiv. It cures the '; increase in tile number of boxes i H

i\ tariy moves up one seat or steps fur. |I'worst cases torouchl"ant; ernnneutly. I( du-,: to the fact that t ,
ward into the corner anticipating a +'j 6 I.
-- command from'an imaginarp'conductor. (
I'obon. I tried
The man who' can hardly crawl and I, I Dave Been No \\'@fS'. Three doctorss bllt .- season. Thio trueof ci-nai.i,points ash imd !
the It Irtannenr i' in Orange and laLe! uuutirthe e"- your.
has just strength to get through a lox'swork So widespread is the complaint and did me no good: ; I ins jrrltn worse all the :
baa no .strength I left for family so embarrassing is it to thousands time; my hair came out, uUrr appcare-1 in mY :' timate:: |>!arinr tho-e fin ,'..ultit":- profit -r.i111X. : i
life. He wants to be quiet to be alone, many I, throat and mouth my Iw">lv fuss almost covered '-
; down for ant less than :;:1.\o1: twixrs -
of Bostonians that there is with colored large
and oflftiifire
a cu ppt.r Kplutches ; without
out of sight and sound of everybody. _.
tuTcreti from -- -
1 ihrnin-.tii.
r.rdy roins
What' difference between ;uch a movement on bring pressure to ., iu mv shouUUrsan t art'!... My cubJitiou cur d Corn-hera': pra.i.J \vr--u-. Potash '
man and the healthy hearty man, who bear on the street car company to'mod- have a?worse;oulv fioscaiii1r I as I ', you?
romps with his children and rides his ify abrogate its orders to the conductors I ran understand my KuITeriufrs. 1 hut about' buhc -wirc cuts and sprains:: or cut, : Vifll
lost nil of well
hope :r bring oq m w 1 II
laughing baby to "Banbury Cross." 'and do aw y'"ith the movingup i i I drculed to try S. !>. S. I.I.i [' from toy oilier C.I::->ine itii.kl., | 'JOng 4
What makes the difference? Usually and steppingforward.. The doctors I tint must ,'Unf""s I bad rf 'healed when liilirj\ MX ()j iu:- r "scrubby.

disease of the stomach involving the little faith left in any ingot is promptly aphitd! I'rice. | boots. telling atost
believe that if this is done the Itostoniaa j I medicine. After ULin" | oo.potn.; d itifam
entire digestive and nutritive system. will the t tattle I noticed :":!;j and W l':11-*. Oeo. \,'. 1'r ii r. i i ij J3datat (ax all uop; are loam W aY bz laG j

Dr.Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery gradually recover their normal I a change in mv condition ; .. ; --- -- t'.tfAY KACi R'ciRFSy
calm and the uslon shift" "illdisappl'ar. Tlnsvasirulyencouranug :- .
cures diseases of the stomach and other I j That : alts! "'i
and I deter s kljiliia in in n-t-
-- --
organs of digestion and nutrition. When It is strange that this disease t mined to give S. S 1i.:1 ,, --- ...... '.
these diseases are cured the hindrance to has never appeared in other cities thorough trial. I'rrra I J j '; fined ;fc" for lauding a gill'baad II I j I i I X. v.rll.ile: ..b, ue would 1
of the is where ; thattimeontheimpicvement "t'i .t. !b abl I.> tiiaw! : iiie :0.1,1.1- rouiUy -
the nourishment body street cars have been run in the may : : a
proper I.! be ,.
was rapid S. ii SS. tiiit .I in
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removed and strength comes back again.I same general way, crowded to their utmost I seemed to the diY! ;'';''1 VI., ..JY' tion !Ir.'iu liar r. 2 .ctloj: that it might j : "ul'I|M>ain;; that Admiral .

-I happy to ur I am getting to feel fine." capacity, but that be caused ease completely under +' ''e YJ hare him !:khl. y a null say - may have i.eJ
writes Mr. A. J. Vanderwater. of 873 West control the sores and IsJ f curt more to occaiiou
DivUoa Street Chicago. III. ''''D' all I have by a difference iu the temperament of ulcers healed and I wasj-r'..i rrt 11./ some poker haiiaa that u e have i required.t.eris .
Ukcm rix bottles of Golden Medical Diorovery'&ad the peope. Where street cars have soon free from all MRDS:; t.: 1 fJ.I j !> --
lout or five viata of the little pellets' They of the disorder; I l.avr .if, '" I
haw! done me world of good.' These medicines long been an establishid factor of city been stronit and healthy ever since I If you are troubled with in.lll.Jrtlu i t f'trra. t t, tJosli: 'n, lad
have brought toe great change in me life the nervousness occasioned the : I.W. SMITH. 1. .L Loj.611, NuLIesville, Ind.S " title Early P. eri neterj
from of could bj 1 breath, h.-:trt }..n -... U, In .ul
a slow mope t maa that hardly ti.-n.l uit ? t'.tale like ot'ier:
crawl tired and nick all the time, and could doDO conductors'. orders has probably given iotheolllYlJl1rcly"t'getal:1e -> p.Ubut
i acli.-. ad lit 1.lin.; afire oatial.! blood ; | : l.l
work. Now 1 can work sleep eat. and feel w to ca'.loutne: bred of purifier > list make
fine,and that tired feeling is all going away. I a.) long asaccia-- S S. known. fI .00:) fc toss of app 'lite, iw rsi-teiit nirlai* roe fl like a boy." Certain: thor

am HIS very Golden thankful kedical that I wrote to and Pierce little lion People! have cut Used to hrin 7 offered for proof that cholj, or her jtirit--. \'"u m-tJ a ough. :: .\. K. Wise

liver'Pellets' have almost Discovery'made a new man of jostlyd about, crow did into it contains a particle of tonic: a few iak>os ui llerbine will -- .- -

me. I feel young as I did at thirty year No and jahbiMi i conductors.. This is all! mercury, potash or other m'neral poison.: give you riCi-jierative! far'v tremove (l is alto eiber probable that thine

other doctor for me only Dr. Fierce. new tu liostou, which basso Ion; been Send for our free hook on Blood Poison ; theme, litaorJers. 1'rice..J Chicago pfstofhce robbers

I .Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical content with omiiibuf&, and the "Bon -- i it contains valuable! information about cents.: G. \V. Price. could

Adviser, in paper covers is sent free on to shift" is the result of its sudden 'this disease, with full directions for self hive stolen IVsti aster t'ubt.. too, .

receipt of 71 one-cent stamps to pay introduction to metropolitan 'treatment. \Ve charge nothing for medical \Vhtn you coiiie t<> think alwiut it, if he ball -;.'.:!td mine a little _
of mailing only. Address Ur. ways. 1
expense advice at home. dittraentlr.YiL1'1'S.
; cure yourself that 'vmtetlued beef
aHairjsnifli i
R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y.
WINDOWS CLEANED AT NIGHT ., like aUu i.f roses! tumpai.dttit'i .
I \ \ tt'I.1'1'\I I.: \. ol.rnSouKti. j
-- navy scandal.Thousand \. j
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BOSTON DISEASE. Tall That Workmen B.110. .- HE SAID STRAIGHT ; si ffer with ti.rp'd' liver, 'U t .111.\1..1.. i a
LIQUOR. : inniliieil) 1'iulli (.'tIaha-, ..1R1lutdlt'II"O
.. Diu). producing great depression of *|>iniiiuiiijiblioJi -., the kiu.' iivirir

Thoae Were lk. lIallle Word '[bat : : co.itii,.tt|..:', hi..i.i hf. 'II'lis.. Hit !..-. !.i il" N: I If ite'ilia

Nervous Complaint Known u "We have introduced an innovation Valt.4 Two G.ntleit.B trop etc. llerl.ine will btiaiulatc the : iv ': vUul: &**i.i. In...', .1 J

"Shift" Attacks j 1 110 our building that is practiced nowhere Ike Saath. andl i rich complex ion. Uul\ '" n-uti atCJeo.
All CUssei.U j liver, keep the bowcN regular -
else in town, said the agent ofa ( \\ I'rice's. drugstore.:

New York ikscraper, reports the "It's a sad thing to be away from restore a healthful baoyanry !i 1
spirit 'rice 30cents. (,. Ll'ricr.. '
*. It Otlglm. tm the Intro4metla ofStreet Sun. \Ve clean our windows at night home, suh and have nobody to drink -- -- Those I'b'cigo ( ru ,ner- ,

Car .. tie II.. sad Eate "Our chief reason for the change ,{\i
... BVCB .. Q..... a t was that fruu the verj c-ii.niiij our :, accent, as he poured out four fingers when placid in }rist):). The authorities : 'sUmp which wer in the I-IM i > j
building has itemed to be a regular' .
........... relates the Philadelphia liecord. j "eem inclined to rub it in vault. 1'erhaio tlu'> 1o-.tr1'.J tu: ;
hoodoo for window cleaner.-. Although '
:, "I went hit* one of your hotels, suh, !might have to lick 'ernSTEi'1'IU
no higher than a good many other ;a few days ago, thinking maybe I -j j
The transition from omnibusea to buildings in town the situat.ou. : has -. -- --- .
: i could pick up a congenial spirit in the IXTo LI \' L < a.1!;i i
street cars has been too sudden anton d the effect of making the cleaners lose bar but it seemed as if I was fatedto "'I had long !sulToreJ from indigestion I
When a child. I buriuil fart,
swift for lioston. It has been in u\
their heads and no matter what pre \ drink alone. Not a soul in sight, ," writes C. "\. LtUeis, Cedar "
i u degree like the change from stag r ; frightfully, *ritrs1". II In- II,:
j cautious were adopted hardly a week coaches to railroad some years ago, passed that homebody did not fall and confidentially, suh, are deuced rood preparationbut found ?Uonesville, Va. which > ai.-i d ti.-

when Bostonians did not get over their break his neck or his shoulder blade, fellows, but chilly-take word utver anything rible leg sores tor tturtv CcarI'a:
my suh :
nervous apprehensions of danger for that did uie good until I took Ijucklen's Arnica Salve uhulU ,
or, at the very least, skin his As I .rri
crazy chilly.
was saxiiifj. suh theredon't
{ I Kodol .
lht' .-ia '
Cure. One bottle
jean after the snortillg engines went bone. | | 'me i after even thins; i l I.e ii ru
'pear to be a man in the place i cured rue. A friend who bad suffered
Infallible for burns .. ,
-=cavorting across the commonwealth. "After two three s.ttal tut:
or score i that had anything warmer than ice similarly 1 the of Kotiol
:Sow the staid residents of this townhave I put on use ,sores. briii-c and p'itt'a.' 'w.,: .'
had Wen incapacitated for duty 1>\' water in his \gins, but I thought 1 D.Y"It'Jlsia| | Ci.rc. He is gaining fast I Geo.i \Y. Price. .!i.-.

anew disease which is attributeddirectly tumbling out of our windows the whole would resort to strategy before sac- and will soon be able to work. lie- u

to the coming of the streetcars fraternity began to fight shy of us. rififing i sociability. Going up to the fore: he ti-cd Kodol! D'IICII"ia| Cure .

says a report from that city. It They all said that to look down at thatpartil.ular I bar I said, loudly: |indirection had made him a total ii i The Museum of :Biotic at t i I. ,- .

is called "shift" and it makes .. wreck." aented tu the linen 11.-a .. ,
its appearance section of the street made cite me a little straight liquor!' j i A. 1:. W' ..e. i in I.

iu the form of a nervous them so diuy that they couldn't keep "A fist, sub, instantly pounded me -- Natural Histoiar I 1.1: '. "- .

movement, almost entiifly involuntary right side up even though tied t.. the on the back. .,i Mr. Dumm and Mi,;- Mum have quadricissun. \Ye-iiKi', t"' l I. ,i'<' : I

causing great fatigue: and ennui. sill and at last as a remt'dy.e suggested .. Grurifia, by gum!' exclnimed a fast been married in Mi!,;;ouri. We I i whatever-it-is i iA 6 dead!

These conditions, it may be said, are that the windows be washed! at i voter, and I turned to greet a man 'predict pi-ifect happiness for this ;

usually present in the average I'nsUdi- night when the distance to the sidewalk ;i I from Dixie i la ml. Me was in the same couple if there i i- anything in a name. KIKMHSHTI: 10 1-.

iau under uurmalcudilins, but they would It* eliminated by the duki i ]plight as I was, vuiu lout the Straight >i "----.--- .\ "U.ld..1- late. .u.lli, ,,

Lave beet so great!) aggravated by thektreet nesi |I I"We 1 li'l'wr'Ioidl U a iii>tiniti\- suutbtrn Mo >rc'o I'iluleare a truarantt-ed i I F. ( llllll. lit Ml Illhl

car disease that Ltrve specialists found a man who '.. ... willing :, order sub .
brought, twocoiigemalsouls cure for all forms of Malaria. Aft ue. 'nearh pimi.l l.att'thrutit '
fear the entire city will become to rick his neck mid as he -cnibln-d all ; tog t'lJlt'r. Yes make mine h I hi- kni i, ..- II -
affected units a sudden and radical t one night without suffering bodily injury straight hiuor' '' >o lame In n''i,d: n.ireal \ -i' .

change i effected in street car meth he agreed to serve us regulailv -- j I _. 'rt'f. ItilunK l\\er. .lat1:1- ,p tm. imi 'I' .
nice. liilnni-ne-<--, Jetitl hr'alh in'.i a
ods.As thenceforward. So we have all the Tobacco Farun In "allan. propped i'1-
is well. known, Boston is a dtn..tlypopulated work don at night now" For the tired li-tI.ft'dil". Th.\ a UH'lUiciiiUatiai ii-.Ipeii 11/; i i .it'; :
many } ear tobacco .
used .
t city for its size, and the in and tlie lt--hai.; : fl! U: tUl's ail? II .i, ; ad
,i ,' Japan Ins been imported from the lovvinif Mood JHI':'IMI |tam !Iauui J..rfu! i-I..i ', ,' :
streets and crowded
are narrow 1 Young hopes ?row into old Ui-ap- I I'nited States, from the Philippines malarial | "i-
l Therefore when street cars were introduced pointment-, uid from Ksjpl: but all elToit is now Xi .\rst'nk.:11: or lri",i. !II" last ".:' IlUlo :1'a

here a short time ago it was bl'inlmade b,>' the Japanese government ruin -
found that 1I'J cars became I to giovv t-iliatvo in Japan. Tobacco teleI'm.. a.. ;"/. nt '.11\. P. .PII, luf.l-( : .

t crowded to their utmost before they : farms.a} s the Japan and l'. ('. Mutin' 1' >., :No; ::11 1 :.11 tit MIII I .tI 1.C". \\ j'. .

had gone mail} squares. The streetcar + Xnit-rioa, have in-en established in street, St. l..-.n-. :\">. 1... .. x\ -
various -
company, desiring to squeeze as I} provisoes to ax.rtaiu whirr the 1'rice. drti !"in-t 'n:n'.'oihil! sir Thorn I -

many nickels as possible out of every best soil fur iliff-reut kuids; of tobacco
I. i ,us i"i !in';i., '
lound trip of every car, issued orders is to be found The exult is ,, Ila.t }<>n u,., hail i II itii i i. li it .1,1' ;

to the conductors to fill the cars tight. d be trey satisfaru.iv. The reportedto tobacco riant} and iini.l".iun.- --111 ilui :u i" .. ,i tai'ii!' :" i ', :

Ir. as is the custom in Clikarroe pr...duced is said to W .qtial U> the best pie h Mtn|)|>til (iii..11." >1.11 rat, 11. .

York and other cities With'the old : .\mericau. and the hope is entertained they arc tvni-nisof l'u-nl nt I lti.">-i" 'a tt 'I..a i -

ominbuses this was not the custom hat after a few > Nar' Japan mill grow volt:'

When all the seats were occupied the' all the tobacco she 1It-.ds. particularly tti'l n_I II 111'1 I I' ,

'.us took on no more passengers. nut'' STOPS PAIN tb.. hner grade1 tit re u nut much

the street different \\'herthe A WOIZTIII Suit'ESSOR.
cars are I. soil to pare from gram crops Japan
'I .
II r I.
seats at each side of the closed ALhms. Ttnn ,Jin.ST.1901. itself but in Formosa and forea there
tar are comfortably tilled so ,that no Ever since the iirst appear--c': of mv is an unlimited field for ".Oni.flfiin:; New Under .t''a- I t
k More space is visible the conductor remembers Ii liulf nn'nsa r"dith they were great very pain imfc.iUr in i,'>''and hip 1, enterprue. the Sun.lliicrti.snai ." 1'WI ( '" ., .. ,

his orders to squeeze iu the back, utoiaach and legs with tr'nhle .\ iruilt." ml < \'rlull'at 'I'I :.It :;:I.. a
bearing: Juan pains m tht al .tvnrn. : the U' ..| arwda.r: ill .
; n .
r.v tnh.tleau tat knl'i
and tht'refurehl'n :
1 ais-engers!, anther \ '
i During the past month I F l. .
? eo itruj' 1II1'bltI..nll.t 'I'h"1 .. ,
.w. t- ii! .
Wine | + : Ulil/ '!'l ,
passenger gets on the coiiduulor taking uf Cardui and Ti.. .iford's Stikkcnitli l'aral>'MS. tfii inu. uiiiii nil'nil'r .111.1 i .IUMII. t'n tit t" \
thrusts his head in at the car door I Black-Uruiiiclitana I passed the -uuntb- fr.l. k"I"1I and hl!.,,'il. Tin' ,.,,,.'rlul .i, ..j: {lureh: it i p', .
!ly period without lit'itdirxm Cri-nott. cat thin .
pain for the fl: t time place, U..lIl11 Mi mll4l'rs taste tlltllrh .
and calls; "Move up, please." W years. I.'AVME; DAVIS. vtiu-keii with .:iFn..l 1 j '..itil.'' nu'mbr.taethat tin,irirs ,'.1., .|
Obediently the. pnssener move up. I: | t.artly"i.> )'.11" .Mined tu run-. whli 1..1. ."H, ';tin :i'i \ .. -
anol' I."t the ..i u11.111Irt.l-a.uuut leach til. fli. ...... .
ue \
line i lan : .
They never dreamed at the start of h..Uy l-k; 1 L" ,
re- I I i \K'11' n t il )>i .utilixi.t a ii," I h i irq I U
tenting the instructions. of the eobdne arm and side.ftrr bcing treat.-.l .ii.x' \....u-md.-.tC/ tluilv:.'': .1"| i M- re 'hi.i .'11.\ : '

liar, but moved up to make room for I l b y an eiuuifiit pltj' for ijiiiti jit-rl 1\11'111.11".1'11I'1,1.. i.' n, .1 ,'.. 'ii >. lii'II; IIU'M h "Ii.I :..i .' 1.1 \ ., ,

< ur more, and when the next passenfer I there are women in thousands ol hcmcs a; while without relief. my wife rccoiiuniilrcl 'l\ u-rd. U at .in.. i. ? '\, ..: ..n. : l I" "
; .. ,
1IItwnh a nt! 1 .t i .,. p
to-day who are these umi "> tt'1' it
got on they got the order mace' ; bearing terrible I t 'hWlhl'll.till's Pain 4U.t"I'I"III'I' .!'i- ." .d i ".

more: "Move up please," and they menstrual pains in silence. It you are Calm and after; t.\o bottles of ..11!".o It. : '''.a i I. ;", A -, 'oJ, 'l
I Ivp.ial; lIulh 4lrkanl !
"btmnir .
i und up. Finally the $"atlare al: one of these we want to say that this it lit i aliiin-t <'ntirclv ,'un',!. ( I I'dn.. 17u.a..l.i 1 I. .- II. I 1C. i. .,.. i :
+ I )ldlu| .N'\l.l .. : "
j i lied! so tightly that no more pa,sen- I Lotfan cointy.V know: as >MrH.K; !lM- ..1" >'i\\i': :Lh. *
be \ \'a. SCI'ralulht'r tore remarkable \KIIII true:. and iv .."In': 1..... .sic. iih "i d l .1.1 :, .t.u into
them andthen i .
firs can squeezed j sameWlNEorCARDU flirts of pertial piraly-i-ihave ,. a pin'e ul Uuc U"II.II..It ;i )i.t ...a". ." lC l i.' *"i.. : ..
) |I'" "
the latecomers stand in the aisle' i I' ta+rturantarnalaud.xtrrnaI-' :
I been! effected bj the use of this liiriuicnt Urn,,it lur .IIUllro''ltlf" tr'.tiiiim', .a ,v'ii.'U a a.! I It 1 i j.:Ib.I". "
lut still the conductor in \
is not Fatty- 1 1 It is moat widely known, hoicvti. '- (.rvlliiui. ; MCI e ,
1 t-d. "Step forward please," is thent will bring you permanent relief. Con as a rare fur rbcumati-m-1 :O--.j.. i tlo.] a ,1, .,.1....... : a I" II .t I'h..r". T., >'11 1 '
1 1 Ul: ever maid .in.I i n. u .> .
,r command, repeated and teiuratt i sole yourself with the knowledge that sprains and ITIII-.I--. Sold htcu.. .''UW"IIflla"! anal \ u.ilmtin' I..tlb.m/i i'! .n. ; ali -\ I M i d. ? i I' tin i '

i j C.ltt'D.iu a single !trip that it gets the u 1,000,000 women have been \V. I'ru-e, l/rtmegi-'t.! taututedudd--Un. : ; ,ta..' ; .,., ti| >\ .t.: I u ,', .
completely mil iium.iti",i aluu {alt! .....11.| i u:4urrtit .. .
| l live ,
second nature with the pastumersto iv al-a, u 1n+ it'I I 1. '1111 t i. i I
cured by Wine of Cardui. ttont-alatl \ i t. uluv .
These ;" i IIU
women _
step forward every time the eaatopa I j' inut.iinl i ..1. in, tin: : ir..\u. Mr. -.1', .I.i
to take on another j+ suffered from leucorrhoea, irregular Rhode Island Massachusetts, New < M"4IIIIII ate II Id.In : ',t ott< n 1,'ml- to with till 1-tOMI "I f.llll -
passenger.It .
ro'o; .
tlPTUa: tI" r t.t. '
I menses, headache backache, and: ]Hampshire.: Delaware and JTtah have if .- M.iisakt' you radiunl lid> i tv null -. twhom "
would not be so bad if the thin,?? I you UMit at .a.: i- It is noordinarv r.'in
i bearing down not had J- hut %.C > 111' 1 l.a i 11..mi i i iremtiiie I. i!
stopped here, but right there i* where pains. Wine of Cardui a l.jni.bin!{ r.i l'vi: years j 11I1'1. .Itilll III wh fIl''I ''I-
raivIt'uar.utt, .1 i l.xu1.- .' t.iitKH -,. .\. I. -UH '" t. 1
the trouble cornea in. It did not. Rit1:111' i will stop all these aches and pains I Hut then, Illinois, Indiana; and Ohio I'.rin It 1'loJ. mrding t., in,!In'-.tray in a lioti.ehi.lil a. 'r.' ,i '.. ;

up and down town daily and being 1 for you. Purchase a $1.00 bottle cf manage to keep up the average for ill.u.iis-U\.which baitrnl a..rnin I..r aa-h..II..!,..|mud a.kam write: lt,lui'.i't vice i- almost out ol ta'! :

admonished so many scores of times Wine of Cardui today and take it in the: northern -late-. !I! lai in'.uUfs as t.. tout toiidilion and \..L Within one unit ot n' \ ,' <

to "Y u up, please," and "Step forward the privacy of your home.For :i 11'.11.r<-r r...i.el-c this social wonderful auncc Ir.ra the ilf.rovi '- population i- peril

please," the ItostonUiu have acquired lour i KM tWC.retarding-lta 1'... I these, within the pi-t 1'i i
ailvtae aud liuxaiure.aitlreM. CASTOn.A. r'c..I.Ir ".. less
.Y1n".mp- I'rit..1
:J'H.KlU. no than fiuirli t
the habit of doing these things muss MI1.r '-' t u
LatUn* VlTIMirr larlgttu rW. the Kind You Have r.I I Caliri., ('u'ic .
1LeCdutmu. Beare Always BlEgtit: -ulutdla.d ;
the :11
',ta.llal+wrlo.ltuttatuwW. nv "
Even though there are s-i (1' i |pad 1 I'' ( ,
unconsciously. .0'U .tdt'a
i i1J1..l1tl ICQII. :1 I '
till il I
,, .. < .,,..d. 'j -1
Signature 'I[ t I M I I .1' ; I it. ':i. ii\ 'I I I1 l -
of seats in scar one moves I c -# .,. !I' .l t
every '
H_ __ of & I' ; I .ra\ I 'I I 411.t-a I .1 i M i.i "' I ,.i ,' \ 1
i 1'1.\ : :.1" .. : '1..l t- -- : I'l" !" II ,,' ': .-t
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Wished t8 4. THE CITI2EN-REPORT RJ a

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:.,.r ,

le JCDlous.Tr:3tment by which Some
.... ReasonsWhy I
kard are being'Cured daily I Theeect'onof tbe.Ne.v York code '"

Iii. la Spite of Themselves. You Should Insist on Hiving urter! which Herr Most was convic -,

j ed and sen'.enc- to one jear's confinement -

?iOXIOVS DOSES-XO WEAKENING EUREKA HARNESS OIL on Ila :kwell't island ia as : All well=all happylotsof

WE SERVESA PLEASANT AND nequaled by follows! "A
: who and
person wilfully i
.. POSITIVE CURE FOR THE lenders hard leather soft. fun". That is the regular

LIQUOR UABIT.BOW Especially prepared. wrongfully commits any act which

generally known and'understood keeps out water. 4'UcriO'iily'injures the personor prop: report from the monkey cage _

Drunkenness Is a disease and not weakA A heavy bodied oiLHARNESS erty of another, or which seriously
body ailed with poUon and nerves of Barnum's Circus ever since
tely shattered by periodical or con- disturbs or endangers 'the public

use of intoxicating' liquors,requires excellent place or health, or which openly the keepers began the
,tstlilote capable ot neutralizing: andattng An preservative. dosing
this poison and destroying the Reduces cost of your harness. outrages public decency, for which I

themselves r torlltoxluOL"ufterrfll at home without publicity may now Never burns the leather; iu I no other punishment is expressly monkeys with Scott's Emu

of time Irom business by thl" wun- Efficiency is increased. : prescribed this code U of i
'' guilty a sion.
: which haw been
HOEliOLDCUUI Consumption
.ii&fwl Secures best service. (' was
" lected alter many years ot close study titches from ; misdemeanor" This is equivalent carrying
of Inebriates. The taiihtui kept breaking.
according to directions this wonder- to imprisoning a man on "general off two thirds of them

i"-ut 4Ucvery{ is positively guaranteed to OIL principles but it will be
.,.rat! the most obstinate case,no matser howard Is sold in all I i generally every year and the circus hadto
a drinker. Our records show tbe mar- conceded that Herr Most deserved it.
< transformation of thousands of LocalitiesThe
g lards w1; Into sober, Industrious and up- Standard WUlItI'adund OU C.r.bJ' I buy new ones.
_men- We shall have reason to hail it as
'" cure your HUSBANDS'! CHILe .
'"1.-__IrES, .reyourFATHKKS'* 'This remedy ,1 a wholesome sign of the times when One day a keeper accident

F a nostrum but Is a specific for ,
Da sense -
ilia American
be indifferent
a youth cease to -
v Aisdiseasc only and Is so skilful y devised I ally broke a bottle of Scott's
_lulBrepared that It thoroughly soluble j to politics. A country in which
to the taste so that It can be census report on population -
.' nreiiaacupof tea or coffee without the puts the number of whitea in I any man, however obscure his origin, Emulsion near the_ monkeycage
of tbe taking it Thou-
hnrledre person
.; idiotDrunkards have cured themselves this country at (6,000,302 the num- tmay, through determination to overcome and the
**wutals priceless remedy, and as many obstacles, and fine strength of monkeys eagerly
ber of colored of de-
'. bave been cured and made temperate persons negro I
,* Ales wee*, having tbe "CTUK": administered by scent 8,810,789. And fully 80 per : character, arrive at the highest dis- lapped it up from the floor.
'.' beta friends and relatives without their !
tinction in the of the
tunrkdre 10 coffee or tea.and believe to- cent of these negroes live south of gift republic, This

'tof Uatthey discontinned-drinking theirs the Mascn and Dixon line. It is no ought to stimulate young men to suggested the idea that it
: tree win. ijo HOT WAIT. Do not be deleted -
; by apparent and misleading Mm- wonder, therefore, that anything splendid endeavor and rich achieve might do them_ good. Since
ptceement'Drive out the disease at once
J for all time. The -HOME UOLD CCUE1 which tends to aggravate the race I ment. One regrets to observe an then
I II the
}11 told at the extremely low price ot One problem meets with bitter resentment I aversion: onthe part of many men to monkeys have received '
: within reach of
:;tally 1WlU.a treatment.thus placing more effectual than every-oth- in the south. study political economy, and a singular regular doses and the keepers

:'mc.t\aClrum f5 to ti5a Full directions I lack of responsibility in wieldingthat
"= each package. Special aiivktV few
. aeoMMny.kitd| physicians when requested w'ahutMtra Plump checks, Bushed with tbe i power of unit which ia so tremendous report very deaths from

,::III tile world cnarge.on receipt Sent ot prepaid One any part Ad- soft glow of health, and a pure com- ; a force in our national life. I consumption. Of course it's

" Dept EL EDWIN Gl LKS. 4 CUMpm.ulund plexion make all women beautiful. 1-Ladies' Home Journal. I II
cheaper Scott's
.' correspondence SK Market strictly SU confidential.:fhlladelpbla. llcrbine imparts strength and vital -- buy Emul-

iU ity to the system, and the"rosy hue ,I It may be of no consequence to Mr. sion than new monkeysandthat

of health to the cheeks. Price 50 Roosevelt
know that he has forfeited
* to '
= 'SOTICE FOP PUBLICATION cents G. W. Prlc: :. suits the circus men.
':-' Department of the Interior I --- ___ the respect of more than one-

, .. ,.Land: Office at tiainesviiie October, Florida 21st. IWI., 1Jlottc > Ella Wheeler Wilcox says she can- third the people of this country, but Consumption in monkeysand

, l hereby given that the following. not read all the letters that are sent it Is a regrettable fact, that be has in man is the same disease.If
has filed notice of his inten- .
jioi eased la settler make anal proof in support ot his her. Which is probably fortunate, put himself beyond the pale of consideration -

, dos and that said proof pill be made be- inasmuch as she tries to write a vo- ', so far as the south i ia con-, you have it or are threatened -
.'fanOtrk Circuit Court at Lake City Fla.,
1W James Roberts about that she does ctrned. I II with it
Kovember t5th, >1- viz; em everyone can
at Lake Uty. Fla.Ud. No. SffS tor the OWM you
south 17 e. He names read. I take
WaeViMClDtpl range the
Low-i hint?
lit following witnesses to prove his contm8oa _.- If Seth as successful getting

.,_Und rtideBce vU: Charles upon Foster.and cultivation Harry Joboson.J'UiUilUf14 ot said. Take life as U comes, and make : votes as he has been in getting This picture represents

&HlLall of Lake City. nominations he will win in walk. the Trade Mark of Scott's
__ the most of all circumstance, but a
, __ W.a. Mflbiason. Emulsion and is on thewrapperof
EO tc. trT for a bad cough or cold take BallarU's -
': : I L.. Horehound Sjrup, the best :' Mothers everywhere praise One every bottle.

----- known remedy for quick relief and Minute Cough Cure for the sufferings Send for free uoplc.

'.- TAX DEED NOTICE.i sure cure. Price 25 and 50 cents.G. i it relieved and the lives of their SCOTT & BOWNE

Ttttici Is hereby given that C. W.Cone the W. Price. I little ones it. saved. Strikes at the ,
, KutlUJterof Tax Certificate No.,317. dated I root of the trouble and draws out the 409 Pearl St, New York.
the Ttk day of April.A. D. l!w', has tiled said ---- ,
inflammation. The children's favorite -
:'ctrtiftcue In my office and has made application What we would really like to knowis soc and f i. all druggist
lot tax deed to issue In accordance cough cure. A. R. Wise. '
"ittklaw. ttaid certificate embraees the folbvtei whether it is a new trial for Mol-

described property situated in Co- Uneux or the handwriting II
, Unbu coaaty, Florida, to-wit; W4 ot swMul experts. A young New Yorker has applied
sec IS, tp. I: north ot not 17 east 4aacres. for the annulment of his marriage Mayor Harrison declared the oth-
.The U14.Jud being assessed nl the I j
,Otcof the issuance such certificate in Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a I because he wedded the mother of his I er day that he will run for a fourth

,fat Mae of owner -unknown." Unless mere stimulant to tired nature. It intended bride mistake. This is term if the Chicago does not .
by press
aid cerUflau il>all be redeemed according affords the stomach complete and I

. law day,ia of November deed will Issue A. D.thereon awl on the- absolute lest by digesting the food 'the most horrible accident that has I let him alone. It had the desired effect

,WtM my official tlenatareand seal this you eat. You don't have to diet i been reported this winter. -the press promptly let him

HWUU, day of October. A. a UOL but can enjoy all the good food you II I alone.
M. U. Scarborough,Clerk I % I
?:\IStU Circuit Colin of Columbia Co.,Fla. want. Kodol Dyspepsia cure instantly i A new remedy for biliousness is

relieves that distressed feel- I now on sale at O. W. Price's drug- To Cure a Cold la One Day
ing after eating, giving you new life i store. It is called Chamberlain'sStomach
f TAX DEED-NOTICE.. and vigor. A. 11 Wise.TAX I and Liter Tablets. It gives Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-

, Sutlctlikertby giftn that Henry Johnna. j quick relief and will prevent theat-, lets. All druggists refund the moneyif

I1J'C baser of tax cerlJtJc te No. $JM. tack if given as boon as the first indication it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's
Utf'4 tile 7tI1 day of August A. D. UW has
died Mid certl&cate in my office, and has DEED CERTIFICATE.Notice I' of the disease appears. signature is on each box. 25c. -

made application tor tax deed to issue! in ac.e.rAance Is hereby given that Thomas Mc- Price 35 cents per box. Samplesfree. ....-
with law. Said certificate embraces Coy the purchaser ot Tax Certificate No. 370 !
tbefollowuie described property sit- dated the 7th day ot August, A. D 1HW, has : Thirteen Hessian waiters who emigrated -
I UUdU Columbia county rlorida. to-wit; tiled said certificate in my office and has I .
. '''acres to aw corner of ol ne qr bounded made application tor tax deed to issue in accordance : The equation Ill Germany is so bad to this country have been
tkyBoMUa Williams. a by estate ot ban with law. Said certificate embraces sent back. They ought to have
, Johanna w by H. P. Bays by railroad sea the following described property : that the kaiser is probably much
Stall, range 17 fist, 4 acres. Tbe said situated In Columbia county Florida, to- known better than to have started
t tuA being assessed at tbe date of the is- wit Lot No. 316 southern division, of Lake mere disturbed over affairs at home
WIIQt of such certlBcate U the name ofonerrBkDow&r off with that number, in the first
City Florida the said land being assessedat than about any of his great schemesfor
,Unless said ceruOcjU the date of the issuance of such certificate place.
, *$ be.trteV>tt according to law tax in the name ot "heir of Sandy Jenkins the increase of his power abroad. .
Iced w1I11. Uereu at lie $114 day, ot Unless said certificate; shall be deemed ----
_'October,A.J1. IIIILJ _- according to law tax deed w ill Issue thereon Stops the Cough and Works off the
-witattt my officUl signature and seal on the 2.ith day ot Novembt A. D MJ1 (,'. M. Phelps, Forestdale, Vt., says I
.....tae DIll iay of September,A, D. UrtL Witness my official signature and seal this his child was completely cured of a Cold.
llIALJ. M. M. ABBOEOCCH.. the Sid day ot Oct., A. D. 1'Jul
Clerk circuit court M. M Scarborough. Clerk bad case of eczema by the use of Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets

Circuit Court, i olumbia county, Florida DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve. Beware -
0 cold in No
cure a one day cure, no
of all counterfeits. It instantly
" '
Price 25
-' cents.
tDANKRUPTCy NOTICF1& ;. relieves piles. A. It. Wise. pay.
./ F.& District Court i -- A Chicago lady says she doesn't
fcoolaerB District of Florida. [I1I Notice Is hereby given that E. V. Drown The directors of the Panama canal 1
la Be the purchaser of Tax (Vrtitlcate No. 6:1.datl'd mind football, but she doesn't: like
- Znrettc IT.Irvine Bankrupt In the mat the 7th day of August, A.-D. law. has wish to sell their little ditch to the
the it is football
; Itr of petition for anal discharge tiled said certificate In my office, and has way played. Perhaps
Oa t>ta Mth day of October A. D. 1801.ou made application tor tax deed to Issue in United States. But the trouble is played some other way would be
tadlBc the foregoing petition ills ordered \, ccordo1nce with law. said certificate em- there tp be more water in
by the court, thai a be upon the braces the following described property appears I a harmless sort of game after all.
1&IIt.. the 4U day of November. A. D. awl situated in Columbia county Florida, town the company's stock than tliere is iu --- -
before said court at Jacksonville, in said : N % DI ne It of sec. *., tp. 3 south
dutrtc{, at Wtfclock lathe forenoon, and range (Mi sixteen east, containing ((1jO) eighty the canal W T. Wesson Gholsonville.,
\ that aoUce thereof be published In IHK acres. Tbe said laud being assessed at tre I druggist, writes: "Your One Minute
laroBTBB a date of the issuance ot such certificate In Cure satisfaction
CHJ newspaper panted in Cough gives perfect
L. Unless Constipation impaired digestionand
trkt and that all known creditors the name of T. U. Daughtrey. customers it ia the
514 said certificate shall In deemed accordinitiil.iw My say
perllU0110 interest
may appear will issue thercouon a torpid liver are the most common best for coughs colds
&Itllid time and place and bow cause. lax d c'a remedy
If&If lacy have whir the ot the said the 8th dry ot November A D 1501Witness ailments that are responsible I and lung troubles. A. I:. Wise.
rlIoIIcr should not be grante mv ortUUl signature and seal tired listless fagged-out
for that ,
by tbe court that the clerk this the tab lid) ot 1k-tuber. A- D, IMHKAU \.
>_ IUd mail to all known creditors ( M M Si'ARLOUOUbH. feeling that makes the summer a' Some papers compLin that the
JUieof said petition and this order ad- Clerk Circuit Pout. t'Uumiiu county Flor dreaded period to so many people.
, -'iIIo them at their places of residence ida. i lIerbine will cure constipation. Itimproves New York reform movement has developed -

"1..lalird. I the digestion and arouses several cases of personal
;}.WUlua the Icon James W. Locke. Judge
':'" tilt aid court and the seal thereof at the liver to normal activity. Price ambition. And yet there would be
. Jaelusiaytlle. hi said dlo.Lr1cton the 18lh day lUNKUUPfCY NOTICE.C 50 cents. G. W. Price. I
.. reform movements but for -
;W .lober.A. Do lwl s. District Court I --- no personal
,. iati11 Jjk":. sW.1ocasJudge.. Southern District of Florida (So" i No doubt this thin; of asking )]I I ambitions.
In He
' --:-= D. .:. Whetstone, Bankrupt In the matter 'southern men who hold federal offices 1 -- '
' 'f BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. ot iN-tition for final discharge.On TOT CAUSES IGIIT'' ALARM
f"t. this Juth day 01 August; A. D Mil on to resign because President I brother's
PS,DUtrtrt Court, i reading the torego.ngi is orderedby will' "One night my baby was
dined with a
Roosevelt "
. 6Dllkra District Florida. (" the court that a bearing l>e had upon the negro taked with croup writes Mrs. J. C.
>ta.cvt Whetstone as u. II. Whetstone same on tbe 7th day ot November. A. D luul strike the office holder as carrying Snider, of Cnttenden, Ky., "it
.-Oa.' Bankrupt. In the matter ot petinift,1 before said court at Jacksonville In said would before
far. j I II seemed it strangle we
resentment entirely too
2' anal Charge. district at It* clock in the ton UINMI, and
1 ,Jlkl arddayot September A. D.. 1II1t. that notice thereof be published in THK could get a doctor, 110 we gave it Dr.
L'H1ID*foregoing petition it Is order- CITIZEN Kepouifcr a newspaper printed In I Do suffer from piles? If so do King's New Discovery, which gave
;rad by the court,that a hearing be had upon said districted mid that all known creditors -. you lieVitt's quick relief and permanently cured
;,<- tk same on the 4ld day of November A. D., and otber persons in interest may appear I not turn tit surgery for relief. -
: M, before said court at Jacksonville in at the said time and place and sbiw \ Witch Halve will cure more it. We always keep it in the houseto

,*.".Si?"ck In the forenoon. cause if any tnty have w by the prajeroi I i quickly surely and safely, saving you I protect our children from croup
, : suttee thereof be published in TUB the said ititlonrr should not be granted and hooping cough. It cured me ut
''f.Ct7izaa-ltkoiytaa newspaper printed And it Is further ordered by the court that the expense and danger of an opera- w .
;t-aat44lstrctand that all known creditors i the clerk shall send by mail to all known : tion. A. R. Wi: e. a chronic bronchial trouble that no
;.:. ..erper..o.m interest may appear ati :- creditors notice said, i*mum!". order other remedy would relieve." In-
.,.&tie WQ Ume aDd place and how cause i I II ,' addressed to them. at their places orresidence ; A subscriber writes to ask the fallible for coughs cold-, andlung
.. 8y Vtrv, as stated.VltnesstbeUon.
; kave. hy the ot the -- I
: peuuoner should not proper be granted.prayer And r TAX DEED NOTICE. >,. \ James W. Locke,Judgeof name of the man who is running fpr i iI' troubles. 50c and ,to Trial
If; :Is tether ordered by the court that the Knlgbtltbe the said court. and the seal they of at bottles free at Geo.v.. Price's
.'>! len shall send by mail w all known eredtsit Notice is hereby given that M S. Jacksonville in said district on the 30th governor of Iowa on the Democratic I "
No. 174 and drug store.
h.!f /l4.1r.ewd.notice to lot tbem said at petition their and this of Orders .purchaser dated the Kth ot Tax day Certificates of Augutt.; A. D. liw'J Jl1.i. day ot August) : A. D JAIIESW ISC'lISeal LOCKE, Jud ". I' ticket. Really, we hadn't taken the --- --
places rest-1 haw tiled said certificate In my office and .:. 0. Locke. Clerk. I Ij rebuketo
deed to issue A true copy Attest; trouble to tax our'mind wi h It-but Perhaps the most stinging
Waaaau tax
Honorable has made appllcattonlor
: :
tile James W Locke, with law. Said certicate embraces __ I! I Senator lies in the
i4ge ol said court and the seal thereof at In accordance property'situated __ n ist plain Mud will do. I Wellington
followingdescrlbed _
"- S? ,in said district on the twentyJ1T4 In Columbia county. Florida, to-wit. fact that so far nobody has seen fit
day of September, A. D. 1'ul.a1ALp. I. :. 17. and sw''* of White's Cream Vermifuge is essentially -
[ JAMES w Locus Judge. se>t ollot''' sec. iu. tp. range CASTOR to apply for the seat in the Union
sw'a sec. a tp. i range; 17 and ne- and neH the child's toni. It improves !
..t sw'4 sec. ::1. tp. t. range 17 south and east League club of Baltimore, made vaC -
The said land being assessed at the date of For Infants and Children. the digestion and assimilationof
the issuance of such certificate in the name ant by expulsion.
of owner'unknown." Unless said cerUIlI I I You Hare Bought food strengthening the nervous I II
Kind Always
ff ute shall be redeemed according to law. The I system and restoring- them to the C.A.&TOH.A.
tax: deed will hsue thereon on the lath day
ot November A. D IWIL health, vigor and elasticity of spirits : Bean IL. Nan AIim
Ait tfcuUn U OB every box ol tha genuine Witness my official signature and seal this Bears childhood Price 2c. nUIr tL. ;;
natural to ,
Uiitive thc Mtli day ot October, A. D. l1j01. of !
Bromo-Qwoioe M. M. Scarborough. Clerk .' I Geo. W. Price. .
Itrdl that sues s isle aW os. ds't [seal] Circuit Cour tot Columbia Co., Fla. -





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4 THE 6if IZEN
-REPORTER Established
.. 1614
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The extent," replied the Senator, "'the- court,- over which he presided so IIANY RSlDBTI 1
CitizenReportedH. ; ovdtyllt
effect intended, though the Importance many years, eipresV our regret that r teuo IlIraciuOU cwee in'&Dr.Tteamer, 14.,...w
L. of It has been largely exagger- death has deprived! Us of the counsel 11II-....."Ie otw S.jby 55w w.
DODD) .1 EDITOR AID PBOPKIETOH.'A. 110...&lie ol4l11 'MeaW tnitlay
E. DODD,AMJJtaat Editor.! ated. In the appointment ex-Gov. and association of one whose arduous '''lITer II&lie JftaIIiI 1l1Utf hood fttIiII, ,_
Jones of Alabama, Mr. Roosevelt life had endeared him to 1 as, boo,. W"1It sMii. & .irpa III
Official Newspaper of Columbia County and many ......5..1&-.I1I .eYe1a.. r .
was .
the Town of Lake City, Florida. simply following the path blazed and elevated him to one of the most .. .*Mte 4 *o&o.11I --flIIIa,.
out by Mr. McKinley. Mr. McKinley honorable positions lie. Wk_M wertUBf tueUoM ft tcrr nn rri.1iI
'Published among men. per <* ite Itnr
every Friday at Lake City. Fla. \III b0V0O. MBM to-
Office-South ot Courthouse Square. I|, was the first President who had recollections of the past associations ... .....w!lie 11& aaIa4leI.lIWoa ftI&iDtd Ia W'err

the baldness and the cleverness to ;,awaken in us the reflection that Uh" It IbeJe 'enIIo".en_
Adv rtisiss Rate Funiihed tpai Application. Wit .
use the power of patronage to de i are dependent upon each other 1&..f o.ebinw ifc'w.n. l

Entered in Lake class City m postofflce itter. a* M-cond moralize his adversary. He knew, ;::1' we: hereby express our wej tat4....TtUlUMttUMItfell-M.UIIow..... III era' .0to qcII.-.

< that if those who J left the Democrat of the kindness shown us by the u::.:=:.....tIIIIM ......Mr

Subscription '1.00 Per Year. I ic party in 1896 were let alone, they I ceased and our sympathy for those w 3 ibty ..,: .,.
would inevitably drift back to their I bereaved. M M or_,?brI W4I56.wdu LS s rw.W 6ynI, r" i
JU\a 11M
FRIDAY, NOV. I, 1901. old party relations. He therefore !: RESOLVED FURTHER, That 'in 1 ... Dr'', ' 10ft.

;;I\. sought to make the separation permanent memory of the virtues of ) 1IIe--. IDly, SITS.... t
the dead -..... .."- _......... L__
-- '- ---- by proper distribution of the I who fell performing the duties of otj I .........,..... .'.-. -

It la reported that King Edward Iii loaves and fishes, and whenever one j lice, we desire that a page of the{ -?5I&.,...' 1&-".......-."lI1thtt Ie_-..
suffering from cancer of the throat., bolting Democrat got a bite it en- I I minutes of this court be inscribed: IIIOttIt.oC t\u'-' .IIi&II&""
J"lIfta1lkill J ... Lea,...
Florida's hotels couraged hope in tbe bosom of fifty j i In honor of Judge John Fletcher -"' -.o: >$_, _II Ia.,....
i big are put \ u JIJw-....:
Of .. JUoepI ,
course a certain following
White \born in "'
Tennessee in 1824 t '
.J j in readiness for the advent of the : .'-
winter tourists. can always be built up in this died at'Live Oak, Florida, August t ya''h.

way, but it can never become formidable Hth, 1901, for fourteen years Judgeof I =

There is a fight in certain quarters and it can never endure. '""" 'I the 3rd judicial circuit of Coal IIC'of 5<<0'1 A4vtltJ. I
against the re-appointment of Jo- RESOLVED FURTHER, Florida'j lith tl Aaauar Be.loa of the

seph E. Lee. collector of revenue. PAYS THE PENALTY. I of these resolutions be .. .. nth GeorfJ aDd Florid CoaferR
--- .
At I family of the deceased: and be published a vi accooa Atmtbt Christbm
7:12:30 o'clock
Philadelphia was visited by a disastrous Tuesday morning ill convene with the '
% fire Sunday which resulted in Leon Czolgosz, murderer of President j in our local papers. I jarcfi la LaKe Second Advent I

the loss of nineteen lives and pro- McKinley, paid the extreme penaltyof I L.Respectfully HARRISON,submitted A. B. SMALL, a i, at 2 o'clock fit/J1 m. Tuesday, No,.

perty to the value of over half a tbe law for his crime. He was T. B. OLIVER, W. M. IVES t Tab Conference Includes

million dollars.It shucked to death by 1,700 volts of R. T. BOOZER, a the Southern as terriiry I

a electricity. He went to the chair Committee. t'T:: id the State of part of Georgia
Is aid that their will "be four In exactly the same manner In which | The criminal docket Is unusually a uU Florida and repre-

candidates before the people at the have the majority of murderers In : heavy. The grand Jury ha returned w Ia2rtj-iix different churches

State primary for U. S. senator. Ex- New York State ''a number of indictments, among w id a member+hlp of about 2,000
showing no particular ;: which are three for murder In the immonicantj.
Sen. Pasco, Senator Mallory, Geo. P.I sign of fear, but, in fact, doing i i first degree, two against Thomas J. 'The

Raney and Ex-Sen. Call. A pretty I i what few of them have done-talk- j I I'Hampton and one against Simon ti introductory sermon will be

- : good start for so early In the season. ing to the witnesses while he was be- Wright, both colored. i fire eached Lj EM. U. V. Skipper, of
I The court's time was taken Oak, Fla, at 7
up until o p. m. Tuesday
ing strapped in the chair. "
The Ocala Banner says; Master Wednesday night with the civil dying the conference a
Czolgosz retired Monday nightat case of Butler Stevens d. Co. sermon on
Guy Zewadski
ra the young son of the I plaintiffs .e doctrine of the
10 o'clock and vs. Seaboard Air Line fiwy. Co. church will be
TM slept
. a lIon. W. K. Zewadski BO soundly! ,
r member of the that when Warden Mead a corporation, defendants; the mat- eached by Eld. J. T. Butler of
L '. legislature irom Ocala has went to the i ter at issue tck
securedthe beinjr a disnute or. r the onville, Fla., and one on miser
appointment of page in the U. S. cell shortly before 5 o'alock Tuesday I ownership of a narrow strip fn land V"V>?., UJ i... .ti...... j, i." juun-on* ot -
Senate. The appointment was made morning the guard inside had to just: south of the depot and running u St i, Fla.
..., Y shake C'zolgoaz to awaken him. He parallel with the company's right-
upon recommendations
of the
youth'sfitness ofway.The trill be two business
for sat up on the edge of his cot and n
: the place. The I following the conference
sargeant- verdict was ren- each day an.t'aculog .\
at-arms who made the appointment reply to the warden's greet- dered: "We the jurors find a verdict luorqia and evening at
4 f has never met the young man. ing of "good morning." in favorof the de teudan tl.: So r h-,urs of 11 and 7. re-pectnely.
The prison official took from his > say we all. S. G. Smith, Foreman. p' e public is cordially invited to at

THAT DINNER. ._ I' pocket the death warrant and read tice Counsel in for the plaintiffs gave no- D Dd these meetings.
open court of motion. for a
it slowly and distinctly to the n>.s.i". new trial.
F The incident of the dining of Booker sin, who hardly raised his yt -r'- -

T. Washington, the president of him during the perfunctory ceremo- i SCHLEY'S VINDICATION.

thenegro school at Tuskeege, Ala ny. Just before the execution he i I COLLEGE,

bama, by President Roosevelt, is be asked that he might address a crowd As the investigation of the Schley I ABAMA. 3 6 i

lug roundly criticised on all sides. but the i equest was, of course, denied case draws: toward its conclusion it i|

Senator Carmack of Tennessee said him. becomes clearer that if the board Jr and tmuittf and IN the ttt rquip
recently: "The : bases its finding i tten iJdliti iiotfired,11,1lid
Booker Washington upon the evidence course including b ard tuitltiou

incident has caused a general feeling AGAIN FOUND GUILTY. I it will be compelled to give the most i "HTEF tmn-. i'rrMilcut.Enter now Fur particular nl-6m

of disappointment and disgust in I complete vindication to the man
the South. This is Ex-Secretary of State Caleb Powers whom the country generally regards
especially true as the real victor
of the
sea fight at
of Kentucky, was at 1 '
those Georgetown
among who have been inclined Santiago. i 1ft tH P f-t.t-tH'k"
wander off from the Democratic: on last Saturday, again convicted .i Not only has the previous popular f..3.

party in recent elections and who J of being accessory befo re the estimate of Schley's achievements ..

had persuaded themselves that the ;I I fact to the murder of Gov. Williajn and been merits raised been still higher sustained by,the but it has E CANDY U

Republican party had come, to take Goebel, in January, 1900! and for the mass of incontrovertible testimony great I u

the Southern white man's view of second time has been sentenced to of the best possible witnesses. DY COMPANY Q i

the negro question. imprisonment for life. I i' A few of the witnesses, it is true, j
The have made flings at Commodore v. -I-sI-- .3Ia\rFAt !'i'REHS ..
"What second trial began Oct. 8 and ;: .
some people choose j
to describe Scbley, but these have been only the :
as race prejudice is as strong i I has continued with three sessions ;I ebullitions of illconcealed spite and nick Lunch Orders. i i-

among the better. class of Republicans daily, court adjourning late at night. prejudice and in no instance have ;
at least in Arguments were limited, so that the I i they Jeeltcoupled with or supported tt'
my state, as it is I by evidence. ,9-' LL STYLES.11 ;
'among Democrats. It is, in fact, case went to the jury at 2 o'clockSaturday Admiral Dewey has
repeatedly de- : 'orcelam Packing Cans ::
a feeling common to all people with I afternoon, and a verdict clared, as head of the investigating 1 4 i SEJIO. III VI..
white skins. ,of guilty soon followed. board, Glee us facts. We want only v+
/ Powers the facts." fft f t .t
"The sat pale and motionless'when
Memphis Scimetar, for Instance And the facts .... + .
which the verdict was announced are shown to be all
,_ '0. .. was_ especially severe ,the foreman by in Scbley's favor. They are ..o clear
in us criticism of that dinner, sup- B._ S. Calvert, his oldstoooimate. as to make ihe covert attirlr* nf th" -iiIj e."e""eveeeeofl
ported Mr. McKinley both in 1890 I opposite Powers, on few hostile witnesses: --really- -react" .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ".. "".I

and 1000, and seemed to be an extravagant the other side of the' courtroom, against those: who, made them, as I
I with the they were so clearly suggestive of
admirer of President Roose- attorneys, sat Arthur Goe- animus.

velt. The white people of the South j bel, brother of the late Governor, j[ Admiral Schley's straightforward is tt ,

will not yield one jot or tittle upon I with his eyes fixed on the prisoner j statement yesterday added greatly ,,
tbisquestion. Attorneys of Powers shook his hand to the effect of the overwhelming
You ,
call it :,
may race expressing aloud their belief testimony already heard in his 'be 5 moil :ill <' things in Bft' seen I!
prejudice, but, in our opinion, it is I in his i: half. t HIM mil cool weather' .f
simply the racial innocence. Women crowded around j Anything but his
instinct of self- I complete vindi set nu ,u-vk' goods that NrD.rin "
preservation. Whatever it be, the Powers, 'embracing him, and tears i cation would justly provoke tbe indignation I

man who sins against it, according I were shed. The defense having filed '. Journal. of the country. -Atlanta ,
to the view held a motion for a new trial Judge Can-i .
by our people, and i Earth t h I" I'I't
trill ;
heard -
I arguments on the '-
believe by a very large proportionof same. iiI \t ,
The jury was out only fifteen mini!i ,. ,. I
the white people everywhere, sins I K '? It in 11) shun Ic a tliin '
against his own color and his own utes. Then a motion'for a new trial j I h t' '1. dlnlt'nicllih I
race. was overruled, and the case will be FOR THREEFEATHERS hiinp UK: i !irufit| in tti ,
I oo> Stiur.'or( i tnliinii in "t.t I
appealed. The sentence was read ,
"Assuming that the policy adoptedby I
Mr. McKinley and continued by and judgment suspended pending the j i ii "

Mr. Roosevelt of distributing decision of the higher tribunal. 1 tore for anything you t
pa- Powers was taken to Frankfort ) I I
tronage among recalcitrant Democrats I on I ,

In the South would have had an evening train, and committed to i' CANADIAN CLUB HUNTERSKYK. I

any effect at all, the President's action :j i I jail without bail. j ---. ECHO SPUING. AMERICAN I_ Inman & Co. ::
will tend to make it nugatory I
COURT. : -
and vain. This will be especially ; ROSE %-...% *. -. ..kvk.*..r
true now that Republican leaders | i --_ \-LLEV.- St>LACE. KYK.--- ,.. .. .. ".. "".. ,.
i The fall term of circuit court ; LEWIS W. WILSON: RYE. -
like Hanna _
and Foraker have -
takenit I[ opened Monday. This is the firstsession : CHA L. ADA\IO;. LORD .
up with such eagerness in order to -- -- (>> (> (>> (> (> (> (> (> (>> (>> ()
rally tbe color voters of Ohio. Mr I of circuit court held in this i I, TIMORE.-- ---, JAS. E. PEPPER. .' "'M.\-:. "" ''''1 >''' :
,city over which Judge Bascom II. \ - --- '!
Foraker the other day said in sub- j JAMAICA RCM. THOMPSON'S
Palmer has presided. I : te
stance that the President's action 'i j The COUNAIC 3' 'rAR BRANDY. n A way.
regular routine business ira- : -
was intended to emphasize the factt the i GIN. PIIOSI'HATR.. TOM GIN. jn
panneling -
grand jury and.sound-
at this is A
not white I
a man's country PEACH AND HONhY. ..
ing the docket, was carried out. The : -. -- ROCK.
any more than it is any other court then took I{ ANDROCK.ItAIiSEY'SSt OreH.BELLE -. I Dei. *
a until
recess Tuesday 31st
kind of man's country and that itj 1901 |
was a refusal to morning in honor of the memory I OF NELSON. _ItAKEKS I
recognize the '
of a color line. existence of the late Judge John F. White, i -"'X. -OLD HARVEST- NORTH v ry Suit of Men's Hp|

"Well and a committee was appointed to i CAROLINA. CORN. .
that soi t of thing will not !' CKOWNJUN.KENTUCKY !

be pleasant reading to. the class !draft a memorial of sympathy and --- BoURHON- -, -ETC. I I Clothing, one, Nickle Plated Watch i|

some of our Republican; friends have 1 respect. I : jtj

been may have cultivating lost their in the South. They j; morning Upon the the opening following of.court resolutions Tuesday of''i II I I guaranteed for one year. Prices on all H-

the Democratic party attachment, but they have for I; by respect the were unanimously adopted j j AT CRABB'S | ''merchandise guaranteed. f+
bar: p
lost none of their respect for theiowli r i j I OLD STAND I I3UDr6SSShinOIGs
race." WHEREAS, since our last term of \ f
i |__
I court death has
"What has been the effect of the our honored
appointment of friend Judge John F. White, it becomes |
to office .
us to make M. L PLYMPTON |
in the South prior to the Booker expression of our -+ | ,
4 esteem of the deceased CAR 4
Washington dinner?" I j[ therefore bet ( + LOAD + ,' : :I DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. | '
"I think it was 4 LOTS,*
having to a certain RESOLVED, That the bar of this I ::: set W. P. SHEPP / Kf< "f J 7 w Xy> "W'''> ''WT > t iL
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:?ud most complete stock of Fall ana Winter 8 .Clothing! .
Fancy and Plain to Milt eryimes taste.COMPLETE Mil- I Don't Clothing! Clothing! flf ?

per cent want you to/ dJust notke-my prices and give me a call. 50 r t {
Furnishings oIJie 8 every dollar. 1 bale too much in You'lIl.ave :
e DeSCiI p1100. stock and want to fet rid it. I'll sell { "'
$ Clay all wool Mens
Suits '
LINE OP ABT GOODS. worth $10 for $7.50 I '
Black 144r .
V Clay i wbrth $8 for $5.00
DESIGNS FALL AND WINTER HATS Nice Cheviot check Suits worth $6 for $4.00 I y
'frtasinl to order by experienced milliners Mens black .
y } 8P Suits for $4.50. Boys Suits from 75c up. 7 a 1
Y WILSON Now is time to buy. I
jLLE gIve
BLOCK. you a chance to
OF line a
h" nice
i you money purchase of on which I can save "
J0iui meI certainly sympathize with I know .
comes hard, will you, as your money
give you.the LOWEST: TRICKS you can get in town. a


fsNotes. I room Mr. 11. F. Urie has rented the store '. :::::::;: % STEIN. rc :tocl5
occupied by S. C. vfefeOT
Starr and will immediately
,i,Son's drug- goods therein. This is move his i
a -- -- -
good --
stand -
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4 and affords the -- -- --. ,
additional Mr. -
Walter -
room necessary Robinson, who recently Red i a.
.tit Btaten are at- for Mr. Urie's increasing busi- moved his family from Watertownto Watts,&yellow Son's and white onion sets at I To produce a thorough alterative

riUosta.iimpent. ,ness.Mr. this city, is occupying the Palmer --drugstore.- --- i I effect, the blood, kidney and liver, _:

Mon- W. S. Mackenzie, who has been cottage on Uernando street. Beginning Oct. 1st, to Dec. 31st, j I i' must be thoroughly treated. "7'I .

f employed as book-keeper by the East Mr. A. E. Futch spent Wednesday 1001, given away with every Fuit of store.Mixture acts on all. Young's Drug- j1 I ,_ .f

.rcan i be secured at Coast Lumber Company, has resigned at his old home In Bradford County, men's clothing, one nickel plated :). I i1rii \0, -

mime.cjr his position and will leave this week where he was called to attend the watch, guaranteed for one year. ', Farmers In *"
spent several for his home at Nashville, where.he bedside of his sister, who is seriously Prices on all merchandise guaran- i : {
has teed. A ]l. L. Plympton's.If I j We are now ready to receive '
accepted ilL : or. # ,
JB till week. a more lucrative situation !jders for ginning. We have : I
se- "
ik igaln back with Tommy Funk arrived in the city you want goods cheap or if you I j cured the services of ,Mr. W. I'e' ,

,lt.bis old stand. Mr. John Borfer left several days yesterday from Louisville, Ky., here I I have chickens, eggs, turkeys or fat i i i T. Drew who is recognized as: one of ;r It .- _
ago for Jacksonville he has been for the I j pigs call at the Buckhorn ; ,;
o P-they rattle having secured past year. He j Store. i i the best ginners in this section of i' '

t'fa Bathing in them employment in that city as an elec- is in the Lest of health and jovial I if J"ou'ant to buy or swap horses, I II the state, who will have charge of I _Jo,'
trician. spirits. see Alex '
I Is a graduate of the Sapp. | the gin. Located "
and i near the F. C. & P. ; I(
ji opens: today, F. A. C. class 1900, a worthy young Notice the display "ad" of J. D. If you want fish or oysters, give I i freight depot and convenient to all '

*now enjoy ehootttatiwn man with lots of friends who wish Crabb in another column. Crabb Kit Bostic your order. i customers-the Inman Ginnery. ', ; j '.c

him well. conducts an up-to-date saloon and M. J. S.\PP & Sovs.--! i iJ I C. GILBERT, Proprietor. I f'" '
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don't fail
Harry Burn, wanted for breaking has anything you want In the "fire I --- -- -- j _

epslat drygoodsof and entering a building water" line and handles the best "'' ;: 3S -7 -
o> Suwanee assortment ''''-'''''' """"' rl
county, was taken in custody Wednesday of cigars and tobacco. J :, p 11 : -

i Madison, by the Sheriff and Policemen Mr. R. T. Redford; the popular I tl Il''k I '

S7sflday 'attending Futch and Eaton. The negro confessed jeweler, has recently made some FALL AND WINTER t'Jt ,I' ,
I !
to .
being extensive f'
an escaped convict improvements in the interior :: I' >.'
w tilst Jon_ buy cheaper I from Georgia. I of his store. He has installed I ..';t."I;::; f'A I, tltJ': '! J I ...
i* Ojesldo, at Capt. A, B. Hart of Jacksonville: I handsome shelving and jewel cases I I : Millinery of the Litest styles, ;.HJ u.i.f"'I. 'I t: I -

r te I was in town several days this weekas to accommodate his large assortment i and very Lowest Prices, also anew "" ;."....: I r'r'r.; -

lithe city this a witness in a case in court, involving of new goods. : -
r the Times-Union the suit of Butler & Steven Mr. E. L. Snowden left Tuesday A line of Art Goods at A :'-, ,

against the S. A. L.R. R. Co for evening with a large force of workmen V J '< .
J 1r1
t _
trespassing. This affair has been in to prosecute his: work on the ex- i :
he hu
it a position MRS. T. N. MILTON
in the dispute for sometime.Mr. tension of the Seaboard Air Line V'I; or, '-
tSooday city -
C. D. Fish, who hai been agent from Plant City to Palmetto. Mr. I :

Dandling a full for the Georgia Southern & Floridafor I Snowden has the contract for cut- Monroe Block.' Marlon St. '. -- '

L kori'-clothing atllto.if the past year, has resigned his ting the right-of-way and grading. I rn.r' 1-

il1k position to accept employment with !: What you want is the right kind of I I B ItII -
Ii --_- - - -
Jasper, hasacrkrrefor'theGeor- another road at Tifton. Mrs. Fish I i. goods: at the right kind of prices. w ',. Ii

and the children I have them. The best goods at the -- -
will not leave for -- ------------ ---- -- -- -
Mda.i Tifton for several weeks. I' lowest prices., After having priced ; a

oil it the Racket In the next three or four days the elsewhere while in the city, call at 436 i
-' the Racket Store and be convinced.
best goods, the Racket Store, will be packed and SHOE RPFft'lAI
The old reliable E. G. Flowers, in J
thing to please jammed full of new goods just from I
i charge.

I tto recently pur- to the call northern and get markets.our prices Do before not purchasing fail- i Will Jones, the negro desperado'' I LADIES LACE 1 MEN'S VICI I. j i p I '

Shook of W. M. elsewhere. We can save who was recently at Madison I Extension Sole, Extra Quality I Black and Tan, $2.50,3.00 '! =
I of murder in the first degree, i j Price S3 to $3.50 3.50 and 4.00
MiHtbMktohimWed- money. E. G. FLowl:Rs. {
I. was brought to the city last week i;
,F I A school 4 &
teacher in
a neighboring and imprisoned in the county jail to MISSES LACEand
,'who has been town boxed the of I A SUPERIOR BOY'SSchool
ears a pupil rather protect
him from mob violence. The Button Spring Heel many
.H.C, b Visiting more severely than the mother of negro murdered a negro woman and | Styles, 8 to 2 1-2. Prices SI Shoe, price S2 diners

ttalier_ home a t the lad thought best, and she sentth'e two'men in Madison county ands J 1251401.50 & 1.75 at SI, S1.25 $1.50 & S1.75 -j

teacher this note: "Nature
wounded a deputy sheriff while resisting '
t nslotheci"tytt provided a proper place for the punIshment I arrest. I LADIES LACE ,

his family, r e- of a boy and it is not on his Strong and Soft Lined with INFANTS SOFT SOLES --
Mr. J. II. Ivey is authority for a
Md*L duty at Live3s ear-I will thank you to use it here- I j which by long odds j heavy Canton flannel every' White Blue, Pink, Tan and z 1 -i
story surpasses ]
I pair guaranteed. Sizes 3 to
after. Black Button and Lace sizes
'l just receired a i j the fish yarns that are from time to | 9. Price S1.50 0 to 4. Price 50c only. # $t p -
Attention is called to the advertisement "' time rehashed and perpetrated I
upon j
a+i misses'
i ftes.jou jackets to* call of the State Normaillusl-I' the unsuspecting public. This one i, 4 I Ibhy 4s:

ness College, Troy, Ala. This is 1 I would suffuse the countenance of the j jl

position will firbtclass school and has a fine repu-l j, most adventuresome disciple of Isaac JflS. E. YOUNG e.

tattoo for thorough work. The cost !' Walton with the crimson blush of j COQ r
9ton Dec. I rd 1.-
2nd. f tererviHe.
Jf-Depew is light and every graduate bas se- j ,shame. Mr. Ivey tells the story with i s, .. ... M M K& y
deI cured a good position. Those interested a face that betrays no sign of dis- j j I ,

Mal'McCormlckigathering in attending a business collegeshould sembling, and, strange as it may y orIUOKS

write for particulars. seem, he himself is the principal actor I I '
tt.e law A well told story is as welcome asa in the exploit. He went out on I ------- ,

>R rgatertovrbl.for Illicit sunbeam in the sick room. A good Lake Alligator one day this week to !11 r ........ ....... r .

m their shout laugh is better than medicine. Theman hunt squirrels, and, spying one I'' | JUST ARRIVED AT S y., =
Isis who can tell a wholesome storyto I among the branches of an overhanging -

effort old Columbia to havethat his family and Jeeep- his troublesto limb, took deliberate aim andj'I THE DOLLAR BAZAAR (?

lr. Time is"A himself will have very little use I fired with malice of forethought and dent

world is too busy murderot-s intent. The squirrelcame j' t.
for a doctor. The
LtttKB-of Boston to bother with the troubles of each I to the ground l.y the bhortest Q

e and J. D., Individual A good hearty laugh is" route, and as he bent OUT to pick it I! Shoes.for $t ? -

one gallon of also good.for a torpid liver. up, another fell, and this continued; '
!C beauties lay at thee I ALL AS SOLID AS LEATHER CAN MAKE THEM.
!* until
See the W. W. Flournoy is the first officerof grey e
feet of the delighted Nimrud. Being Bed Comfort., Blankets,Sheets and Pillow Cases, at prices below anybody. ; '
the Florida State troops under tb satisfied with the day's hunt, he -
sad children, who recent acts of the legislature. He is bagged: the fame and started home. See our Ladies Dress Skirts for only $ l.oo 11 }

IO North Carol capt ln-he underwent the requiredexamination He tad zone but a little distances they are beauties. Boys Clothing a Specialty. We know we can have rmi ) t
when, to his surprise, money. jive us a calL \
city last I from the tree
SaturMr and it is said his paperJ -
another TO PLEASE
Wpm' at he found a fifth squirrel -4
submitted to the Adjutant General victim of his unerrln-'alm. A. only
scholarly. at first seen, he is LAKE CITY. FLA. H. F. URIE. ,
i were a fine record of the one squirrel was II +
to balled t to and military attainments of the a i for the.IOclllent, I .. 'S' .........SfS''I'S',4
are Y
w F:. Lewis plicant. Capt. nournoy- is a *-,uu- ---. i and, we frankly confess, v ;, .
J> of This candies firm ate of the F. A. C. this city, and l his f, we. _--- 'i I ., )!<)..()!< ).<)!<)'!<, )'!< )'!< <)!<).().( ( ().() ().()-'-'C ;:

l 4 hot lunches., many friends here will be glad to All person who owe me I' .,'

n hear of his success. Notice.requested to settle their iY.1. .. .
n to the Deputy Sheriff Alex Sapp was pain- on or before the 1stI. What do You Eat? t
magazine, wounded Thursday night, Oc- of January 111112. I positively carryover tJ ; 'h
1 I- ever fully I. no aCCuunts.I I. L. I'LYMPl'ON. 1

t.lstpurchase pure tober 24, at Cartbody, twenty miles Did You Ever Stop to Think-of That? 1 .

for north of this place. while attempt '

's. ing to arrest a negro, Jim Johnson, Deafness Cannot, be Cured rea.htbe 4 Do you know that tbe markets are flooded with adulter ", J
h ; entering a local application they cannot .".4' ated goods of all kinds and that a 1A )
; wanted for breaking and by aj I you are liable to eat I -
Roadmaster Deputies di""a.d lc.cure tbe and that is 2. things you would not like it you are not careful about V
In Lee County. n..s !
___ 'U building uue way ):I what you buy! ::> "
___ only ... Deafness Is j
attending Sapp and J. F. Hunt had the negro by cunstitutioaai r..m..dl. ut the To be sure of getting all she Purest and Best Groceries. .? it -
condltlou i fi.
7 Captain cornered, and were advancing on him caused t.y an Inllam"d Tulle. ..4 we buy only brands tbat are guaranteed to be pure. We i7:
ACC mU'IIU. linlno{ ur tbe intlamcad have arUOlIIIIIIII 1 buy them from reputable houses and wC curt assure our \p
resided in when he unloaded his shotgun the When tbK tube.lIet: ,; you and A:fi customers tbat every article bought of us shall be pure &\'
.hen Lake enteringthe leg of i >r Imperrect bearing and bolesome. 1(::
contents ?: wui
Is the result .
is its painful entirely closed dealndss !,4 j rte delivery goods toall of the \),
It parts city.
lofacuy. former, and indicting a very N hen unless the lollammatilln can lie ji(,!
the though not serious wound. The negro and out and tbl,; tulle re..tored to Its nor- +VJ DRY GOODS NOTIONS -
musical Alex was takeii bearinK WIll be destroyedtore HATS, SHOES,
made good his escape. condition are caused M AND GENTS FURNISHINGS.
ot ten
t."given byChurch he was shot rtver. NlDc cars .
the night intlamedcondlUu
brought home whit h Is nothing but an
eatarrb 13E
pal and doing nicely. by .. the eudr d doll rs for any I r. ..N. B. LONG.
C funds to We"III Ji "00" ) tbat
$Plscopal rec- CA.BTOnXA. case or deatuas (caused Uall'srCaiurwh'nd N Lake Fla.
Cannot lie(l'ured by Dealer in General Merchandise.
lund 11.s. M'
t one, so 18. .tb. ) bur ... JCuun&Co.Tolcdoo.tree. .J 8;
you dl "
BipUw* drugg"t.,1iC.Ualrs
Jou do not I r Sold by.'amlly 1>llIs are the best- _

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.8 tHE CITIZEN-REPORTER >established 18)4 h

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have basked since London :
ever says a ; :: --- .... -If{.... i
paper. Railway Do '<37
Not only have the Benedictine Train OB the Siberian ,

Sit monks been allowed to return to their i Sot Make More Tha Jllae {
tip I< Mile am Hoar I '
Ithineland abbey at Marialaach, i I t- ".1,

whence they were driven many years i Port
Traffic between Moscow and !
ago, but the splendid Romanesque will
the Iberian railway
in bed. church (one of the finest in Germany) Arthur over Trans-Siberian railway -
be opened over the
which, during a temporary -
I occupation weeks but the
within few
a very :f f"j
of the monastery by the Jesuits ,
\e disap
1 kely to pro
had been kept jealously shut up by the results seem .
the latest calculation -
When it becomes necessary to government, has been restored to its pointing.the jouri.ey from Moscow tot ,1-

sit up in bed to get your breath; ed former in this,The at his kaiser own has expense erect-, I'orlrthur wiU take 2J dsyf, even in : The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which hag been .

when the least exertion such as ; a new and magnificent high altar of j favorable c'reuiastaiiCes. Indeed, according ;, in' use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of ;

walking,. sweeping, singing, \; marble, and he crowned his favors by ,' : to! the half: ()dI3 the i year Xoti the ,railway dlricg': i, and has been made under his per

talking or going up and down I i offering to ennoble the abbot by giving practically administration refuses to guarantee i! soual supervision since its Infancy. ;
him the prefix of "von. This .
stairs, causes shortness of'' declined with thanks, whereupon was the i., arrival in Port Arthur from Moscow | Allow no ono to deceive yon in this. 'j

under a month and a half. I'euple here All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good"are bet
abbot received from his the
breath or palpitation majesty
fluttering ; are asking what has become of the j Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of '
present of a costly ring. : :, : -
then it is time to do something from .
Ito premise of a seven days' trip IniUnts and Children-Experience against Experiment, ;

brace up and strengthen : PLAYED FOR HIGH STAKES. ;,, Moscow to the Asatie: terrcir.i: of the i !j

your failing heart. Take Dr.I'1Miles' '',: comfort Siberian and railway luxury saloons"en: the rivaling trains de ,; What is CASTORIA -
Stl* Poker fuse
That Wa Played
Heart Cure. It is best London ,
; luxe of the continent says a
I U a Traia B.....a W...- i i
of all. ... Mia* .._a... j I: exchange. i iI Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pan '

I'j I, The average speed of the Siberian gorse, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
"1 had palpitation of "Jo*" Coop, an old western min- passenger trains was to be about 35 :
enlarged contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
my left side became ing man, was in party at Delnmn- miles an hour at least. As a matter of ,
and I could not sleep at night substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
co's, where they were talking about ,, fact, an average inclusive speed of ,
Had to lit up In bed and often : and allays Feverislmess. It cures Diarrhea and Wind
hour is
stiff miles
breath. a recent pretty poker game on a from seven to nine lilt
walk the floor to get my :
All of these troubles were cored I trans-Atlantic liner. This promptedMr. the most the administration of the Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation

by Dr. M11ea' heart Cure. I! Cooper to say: railway is prepared to u&rantt'P. The and Flatulency. It assimilates the read, regulates the -i

:1 MBA E. V. Ti'BBS! I "The funniest poker game I ever difference between 35 miles an hour Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. :

Mt. Carroll, Ills saw was between the late Senator ,! and nine is one which is puzzling Russians The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.. '

I Tabor of Denver, a mining promoterof immensely even when every allowance ,1

Dr. Miles'Heart I! the name of Fields, and a stran- is made for difficulties during | CENUINE -

ger to both, that was played on a : a portion of the year owing to.torms' CASTORIA ALWAYS

snow-bound railroad train near Dillon en Lake Baikal and the \a?aries of the j J

Cure :; Col., in the winter of 1890. ', ice on the Shilka and Amur. The Bears the Signature of

"We four were the only passengers opinion is general here that the utllit.x

stimulates the digestion, increases in the only sleeper on the train. commercial, military IIr ..otherwistof i :

and Fields proposed poker. I stayed out. : the gigantic undertaking sponsored I
the circulation
Tabor had two ban of gold worta '': by the 1lIs5ail: government and :

makes weak hearts strong. perhaps $4,000 apiece, which he was paid fr>r with borrowed Dlonl'YiH! :

Sold by druggists on guarantee.'Dr. bringing up from one of his, at that scarcely prove commensurate with its. ; .

Miles Medical Co., Ind.THIS time check, producing book and mines.the stranger Fields had had a -colossal--proportions.-----__ j!' The KM You Have !

Always Bought
some currency. The game began with i' FREE BLOOD cC1:.

---- ---- -- --- -- one of the $4,000 gold bars as a 'buck.
_____u__ -- --- We recommend Botanic Blood

IS A FREAK FLOWER. It worth lasted of 11 Fields'hours.checks Tabor beside had $11,000 his Balm (R. B. B.) for all blood trouble, ;! In Use For Over 30 Years.

bars and the such as ulcers, eating sores, scrofula, THC CCHTtUR COHMN1T. TT. HURMT STICtT, HtW yOU tlTT ,
... own gold stranger was : -. .: -_ .. -
It .!_ Only Oe'aalo..Ur Bat humors : -- : : -0' ..- -, : ::' J
just four dollars loser when the game .. eczema, itching pimples, After Havt. Bee
ended. boil, carbuncles, blood poison, aching -!

FUe la Water. !! "For taking good care of the players bones, festering sores, cancer. .
continued Mr. catarrh, rheumatism. Botanic Blood '
Cooper, according
-- -
ODe of the most singular freak ia .
Balm all blond
cures malignant or
New York Times "the :
to ,
the floral kingdom has recently been skin diseases, especially( advised for''!
received $50. They had only two
brought to' this country. It is calledan old, decp-.e teil ca!>es. It cures[' -
decks of cards the train and I
occasional flower," for the reason on when all else fails. Heals every'w r-------------- ,i

that it hu. fixed time to bloom.o now have one of them. or pimple. Stops all aches and I

> mention is made in botanical science pains by giving a healthy blood sup- "Thou Shalt Not Covet." :
lrew Ea.Uad Towa Where th Law-
of the exikUuce of thU marvelous ply. Thoroughly tested for 30 years.
Are Sot' Likely .0 '
flower says the Washington Times.It 7r* Thousands cured. All drug stores,
is a mystery at present that is wellworth ttlea. $1 per large bottle. Our reader. PERFECT co.vrEjrrjJE.vr :s EORX.v THE KITCHEH. HEALTHFUL utAL\,
will receive a trial treatment free' DAINTILY SLKVES, 1.IAKI.1 HEART TO MEET ITS FATE. ""
When in 'a closed
clearing up. "This must be a good case you're on by writing Dr. (iillam, _II MitchellSt. Write for Cutalagce of 100 Utrent combinations uf tin tt.trrojtctuns et the TtotutMC.ulzry ."_

condition the occasional flower is1 in now to bring you way to New York," ., Atlanta, color and in'for-m something like a ma- and free medical advice
said the Broad street man, encourag-. given.
ture and dried cut with its INVESTIGATE
poppyhead ingly. Medicine sent at once prepaid. spt
tem to it. in bowl of t
;Submerged a
The lawyer from Slumpshire brightened
water for a few minute and then
says the New York Sun."There's L. E KOUEUSON, A. It. SULl.
taken ouf'and placed by Its stem in an "
$30 in it-on shares, said
empty bottle, the outer petals begin he. "A man down here owes my clio < : CflL51T1LI15't
after several minutes to out. .11' L.I11. '
ent that and if he pays I get half. AndI
This process is slow but distinctly LAKE CITYXD JASPER, FLA.
guess he's good for It. SIcmc of forty years [xperkwt
noticeable. ,The petals continue to Will do a general prutire in '-".tatt- and it
"What? You all this on a
come way _
rie and to expand until they gradually Federal r..un. Collection and convrvam t v Jldorn the Horn
$30 case. ing. Lake City Miter: Sn "lid floor \ 111- .
recede. Wht --thil action is completeit Ulstw-ivr 1r't LIP' Economize in fuel
"You see, my client got kind of sick k.
resembles in appearance the starry .of sending bills, so he said he'd just as 'C 'e +i" flake Glad the Households Queea.iAy1 i,
sunflower, lot a* regards the shape $IS to $IS a Week.
lief I'd come down and got it.
only. salary tor an intelligent; woman in
"Oh A matter of principle with ,each town P. run: neiit |"i-iti.. 1 'iici'iiiIKT -.
The occasional flower remains thus '
him. He pays your expenses, of houi foriiai..- linn'. N.n lll4Yln r.1Iozt.1'hiladclphi.t .' = L Df G N TfD BY1LI
open for about two hours, during : u1161GUARANTEED
which time, the state of lessening course. -
humidity "Well, no. He said he guessed itwouldn't PS B1i1TOIr[ G'fflNASHVILLETENtf -
by degrees, the fiber begin to hardly pay him to do that. ,9VrJiti v :
shrink and the close Irbi
petals up grad- lIe said I could take it if I liked, andhe'd tIoDU'A ;

uall.rin the same way as they opened.until be satisfied with one-half if I 1 ;; $5,000 DEPOSIT t 4 ty-

the flower resumes its former position got it. Well, y' see, the railroad runs r-.i//l s
; but by the same simple process!
right across the county seat-straight
it can_be made to unfold and to close 200 FREE "IT IS WRITTEN -
across the main street-and halin'tgot _
up again and,again ad lib. It is also .1I r Scholarships offered
asserted that properly nursed with any gates there to shut dow when V: rue quick to "National Stet Rauges are the "Never had a stove t.- liaki ..a

regard to temperature, and air and the train goes by. And the law is, CA..ALA. BUSINESS COLLECE.MaconCa.Kodol. best male." evenly and quickly."

they've got to have gates. Well I wentin It. !I. PIU:E., A'a. MBS.EU.I/( TI:'.U'. '."-*", It
carefully handled the occasional flower -
and saw one of the big railroad
never decays nor degenerates in its "Abundance! of hot water always "In housekt I,iz>,-, artier
men and kind of called his attention fumlsht-" .. years "
effect of radiance and splendor. 0'-1 a stove.' :-:"r
to that and suggested that I didn'tmuch W. R. nIUNCh T. CIllksvi1e.
Rae. J B h:.<,\1' NJjj '
whether the road
care went to
"Afterone hard sn'ice
1MPEROR AND MONKS. : rear's ,
the expense of putting in gates or inpt'rfectconJition." "I am sure there is none -,t..t; :

B.(U,.la. .* tike ..a..* kl. .( not, but that I did care about gettingto FA.VNINC Osriiis SCHOOL, Nashville 1 J. T. AUf KN -Jix-i: --, .l r
New York for nothing. So he was Water UotLt :" -
KaJ..r Wllkclm far Ik.* Cure "Not oue half the fuel required
O..A.r of Rea....".... polite enough to fix: it for me. I guess Dyspepsia as formerly." "The National, the lest r.ti.t'l'
if the man pays I'll make enough for MATRON VANDiKicLT UNIVERSITY."Have in use."
The expenses while I'm here and if I don't C J.crsit.slid.j." L.
friendship of the German em- Digests what eat.
-why, I sold three fat hogs last week you never seen one would
peror for the Benedictine order dates for." "Takes less wood d.II.. tiuirB.
-and artificially digests tbe food and aids exchange '
N'York's it!
- by
from the year .1893, when his majesty gum -- Nature in strengthening and reconstructing S. SlKiTTOS. + T.J I*.. .M. -
was present at the wedding of his the exhausted digestive organs -
: .
I :
cousin,_Princess Marie of Edinburgh It lathe latest discovered digest- LET US L-r LLTTrRS Of RECOMMCN04TIOSS.DON'T -I
to the crown prince of Rouiuania, at I HEADACHEAt ant and tonic. No other preparationcan

Sigmaringen. !The archabbot of the approach It in efficiency. It in- EXPERIMENT. t* jt BUY \\HAT YOU KNOW TO BE GOOD. J

German Benedictines preached the stantly relieves and permanently cures ---- -

nuptial sermon which so pleased the i Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, STOUS 1IVAARECtASSWAKt HWUS CaHS KOOthOOttl
emperor that he invited the abbot to Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, CHINA iSHlit IOVS Eli 1111.1 k4I0S

sit next him at the subsequent banquet Sick Headache, Gastralgia.Crampsandall

and took him at once into the I I I At all dzug ...... 2S o-a 25e.U' Price other;Me.and results$. Larges of imperfect!econtalnI2 digestion.times PHILLIPS & BUTTORFF MFG. CO. A; NASHVILLEt'

high fsor in which he and his order BIII&llsl&e.Book all aboutdyspepsjamailedfree ....
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Prepared ty E. C. DtWITT'S CO..Cblcaso-

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__ Florida I Agricultural. College 13



Beginning Sept. 3Oth 1QO1. 1

=< '''
Y2'2P-ra:2fiiJaEr cr GY < .o. .., -. ', aw

01'eurses of four years in Agrtcvlture.-Mechanical Engineering.: 13
I :!" Latin-Science, la..+ics. One year' course in nusulrs-Stenography. ;:;...
4 Typewriting and Telegraphy. A Preparatory C"Uf".t one or iw" veare. v.....
p as rt'quired.lor those wishing to prepare fur the ullepe. l'i..t-graduate .
: courses are also offered.

P Young men under Military_discipline. Young women under refining 0 ( f' 1 fit '
borne influences at Foster Hall,

M Tuition tree to.Florida students Other e'xpen..e""t'TY. smalL PlU
Fine modern buildings and first class equipment .

address y 4r r t
For catalogue v.. ? .

T. H. Taliaferro, C. E., Ph. D., '

1 President.
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i MtEo, Rast.ri Scactde Resort

Maay Domestic Employe: I .

';.TR INS: IB 3a.a IMt. .1 Just take your choice. z

RAILWAY At such a place as Newport there An attack of Fever at I

AlLY SERVICE of course, much driftwood, and is'1! this time of year, with
social Quinine as the treatment
flotsam and jetsam find their ,
way there. A curious instance is the | '' means a week or t
31.-I I I :-ION'; :n 3ts ten lost from Busi
F''SL; i _+ number of waiters, butlers, second days
10 loa, Jacksonville.r..h'--- 30a; 830P and domestics j/y ness. vV
mep of all kinds
1130a' ..._ a'lI' who It ten days of
nS- I linp' Waldo____.._ ... ..... 11 WOT-III : a4u are not rejruUrly employed. These r means
a 10 i>4 I for and
p 1 you :
t Nip tiamtsville."Cedar .. ..... pj do
35e.p Key_ _.h.- -12 6 IT is: ,1-....h.- not go to Newport in the hope of ten days of hard work:
.t4Ry':,:: 4 3 p1 I : :Sliver Spring---------r----: ::::::: 1 p pi securing a permanent position.. They and anxiety for those l
_. t u>p : Ocala__ 1. ....___ lo
III -' mtu iota : not
.. I need it. who love
n ,_ II alp Wildwood_........_.. '_''.-_' a 9u They give up good positions you.
__ 10 85 pi 6Ma'i': *: Ixej.lmr8______"____--h..-...-. 3 17p p 115 330a4SOa a for the advantages of the sum- This is putting it in its '
..--- '111 "Tavaies___._ ..---.... ......., :l.u; p very happiest aspect It = p 1
I'IDC' tor nap' "Orlando-.......... ......: 5 lUp 73Ua mer.The might mean death, :
i,,.z._:_ 1 21 a I Winter Park......_ ._.. 5'i.. caterers and other providers are your '-S
R Ua 100 a! "hade city-.-- --".__.1. 4 Ull) Tiioa always iu peed of i and it often means a I used Johnson's Tonic U ,
..__ \ extra men, and a 0
U Plant ___ breakdown in
Va --- :a City :::::: Hi Ie general hours. Took three $
a first-class, I used Quinine for 10 days. it every
.. .... butler for ; i
J1OIL--- to 10 a Tampa- ----.- ..h. 5 -III pili 15 la a luncheon or a '' I am free of fever but feel health from which some hours. Never felt better in
a;... "r .1:5a limp: : t' dinner commands a cry high price. utterly a post I am recuperate very slowly my wee phttCan eat '
There deaf ag Lost 10 ounce
.=-.:f4p Connection are many of thl'tliho take'tbehe If you are. rich man aDfthlnl

.- ,,,r. ... .r -.'---I with Cumberland wade route at Fernandina steamers transient poHitu.ns and who find !' pounds. your time is worth muchto : .

:i leaving ]t'ernandin3l:30 daily Newport very piofiUbli in the sum- I your estate. If you j,. ;.
except Sunday p. m. men It is the bohemia of the domes- are a poor man, your time u worth much more to your family. The rich -01

i, p. w. arriving Brunswick lie employe, and there is! not a butler ,, man might better afford to suffer a loss of $100.00 a day as a result from enforced f .
"-.-. Is In one of the large houses absence from business than the poor man can lose the value of his labor. r >
: who Both men-rich or poor-are stupid to lose 10 days when 24 to 48 hours is
%=pFpiTnfY;tlttl.- ._ .1...1 tLe..a\'e Fernandina for Jacksonville has not a list of men ailabU for any '' the limit of time required to put them in good condition by Johnson's Chill and .
''': -: -.... 7:10 a. m. and 4.50 j>. w. emergency. Fever Tonic.I i
";-: ..--..'. 1117a. A barroom near Rellevue avenue always feel sorry for the family that U wedded to the plan of subjecting
.r-j'-' -- .1r 1) Arrivals at Jacksonville from the says the New York Times, it really the themselves to the Quinine treatment. J
r'. :l1 lap P ,, North and East. No. 37 8'55 a. m., No. waiters' club of the place, and as the The process is slow. The result uncertain. The treatment disappoiuling
------I----- S 11 PI 27 0:15 a. m:, No. 31 C:10 p. m. From rooms. upstairs are not innocent of Johnson's Tonic has two cardinal points that should immediately commend
ffi": II..V' the \Ve-t No. 2 7:2i p, m. From the the green cloth or the turn of the rou- it to every thinking man in this country.
""'I :";-: iu 56 p South No. 21 at 8 a, m., No. WJ at lette wheel this resort First of all, it is harmless. Absolutely harmless. Harmless under all cir "
. ... :s Ii>:i corresponds to
Orlu1ll.----- .-." .....-. 1 3U'a I u."'::;5 II. hi. the Gentlemen club of cumstances.

: _-- ----h--. ---- Thackeray. I Second, it is quick it acts at once. In 30 minutes after its a-lmiiuHtratiou,
'0 it enters the blood and begins to undo the mischief caused by MaLiria. .
F ___.;[ 1theFiaand i Metropolitan Limited, testibuled train between GIVEN CITIZENSHIP PAPERS. I It has a wonderful record of 17 years of success. flW cases out of every ,!
DmilleandNew York, Richmond and" Washington including draw- 1000 are promptly cured, and the lOOOtli case can be easily cUI'tlliJy doubling
dining and oht.ervaman buSt sleeping tars betueen Jacksonville &...!!.. ol Le8.llr Cone liD Ukca the dose and taking it a little oftener. > ',
mps 0CI a low York.t CIII.'Gale Johnson's Tonic is a wonderful medicina It is not mere merchandise. It ,
L Ra and Atlanta Fast Mail solid vestibule train, consisting of day .. .....t Doe.le. is superb. No remedy in the whole domain of Materia Medica is more positivein ;
*,'pail. baggage and express cars between Jacksonville and Wash- its action and unfailing in its results.

j,and Pullman sleepers l between Jacksonville! and New York. fu It will cure. It will cure every time. It will cure every case of Fever. It
., men for Key We t and llayanna, Leave Port Tampa Sundays Tues- In New York other day Lee will cure any type of fever.It d
unATborsdajalltOOp. m. Hong, a Chinaman who had been in I! is the one great medicine that seldom disappoints. ,
to J lend I, sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. this country 26 years, was given his I Don't trifle with Fever. If allowed to run, it Is like a house allowed to

I ftltJ4ulIIoliol1, at. City. Ticket office 202V.. Hay street. Telephone 200. first cHUenship papers. This is I burn-it will consume you. Use Johnson's Tonic. Use nothing else :
J82" JAS. is!. 1LiP.P., It F. L. BUNCH thought to be a precedent of doubt- Now, take your choice. Lie in bed for days, or maybe weeks, and poison ;

Gen'l Sup't (:eu. 1'aas. Agent. ful legality. At any rate the federal your digestion with Quinine, and arise finally with all the life and vim tak-n :rout
.... Portsmouth, Va. authorities in other cities have ; of you, or use Johnson's Tonic and be restored at once to perfect health.
C OSELLA35lotant Gen. Passenger Agent Jacksonville invariably No loss of vital force. No loss of flesh.' No waste of precipus time. Take your
J*, FU. refused similar requests by choice. tlm pEe
..- China('n.
Of course a Chinaman born in this A. B. GIRARDEAU. Savannah Qa t

l QUAUTHERN & FORIDA) RAI WAY.t8jUWANNEE country becomes an American citizen I

without the aid of the courts, and in ------4
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RIVER ROUTE the west, particularly in San Francisco i it.

:: Schedule in Effect August 1st, 1901. of, them there, are however many, attempt such. Very to exec-I I A. K. I-1AWKES

cise the right of suffrage. I ,

Dixie QuickStep H Dixie The New York Chinaman who
SOUTHBOUND. Klyer. NORTHBOUND Fiver order I The Famous Atlanta Optician.
A.M.U45. A. M .L- q, PM out his first papers did so in
: to
should the
that, exclusion act ever be I
M Macon I i 'Lv. Palatka i: 1li
Kathleen 1l1i1 Flurabouie 648 repealed, he might get his full citi-
1-! a Y 7407S5 Hampton ;: ;311 teuship papers immediately. At least '
.IU1W1ULl Poi Sampson City 7V.8KI
he that On the
Vienna 430SSI 8 SOKUO I Lake Butler gave reason. other ,f
Cortele ) I Lake City you hand the authorities here contend, {

Ashburn'Arab ? 32i3 i Ii I/II u Wnite Ja.Springs iirr !I,: IIII 95M says the Philadelphia Record, that
ftGlt-+s 4uo4IU i, 1UI7 JenningsLake 111 JU the government entered into a
!tL, > IU31 ParkValdosta lOS'iJiu
I' contraot which it cannot consummate. -
-Tiftnnw 433 1 II)M Ar ,: .
IS 43XI 11 U3 LvAr. ValU..taHeartpiue B 111 .
.. Heart pine H 114.:. I 1155:
II.; \'al4oo I Ii 1 I 1151 Add ,1 12 Ul .
i VaIdOota! Iitll | 1157 Sparks I'!. liOB -- -- ,
Jt! toParkJkper S5WU I:3U lit U40U4a: I A. n. Davis, Mt. Sterling la., :
1r '
"Jenning. USU: LV. llttonAsnburn I I
AS 12tf 119 writes: "I was troubled with kidney I j II I
HIX hlte.Springs TIM 1** Arab complaint for about two years, but',
i Lake Cit, 71* Cordele ISASll
; LueBatlerAt I y0 1 ISan: Vienna" two one dollar bottles of Foley'o Kidney I
H '" -mlalun t'U1 846 245 UnaiillaOrovanla 233: Cure effected permanent cure." :I
kHamptooJtoranome; VUI1U25 3'" :: G. W. Price.
I. 9 45 I' Katblecu II
Macon i 50
Palatka 410 Ar.
111 A ....
t-- '_ P M P 101 Ii M COLD MEDAL
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Highest Award Diploma ut Honor. 1
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am : a >i| .. ,a m m3U I :
corn 9u 41if 8Uu! ',',Ar WafcrO\ dill
Coto 1 4i TISU3UI: I 1 pm 1 ESTABLISHED 1Q7O. :
m u, i.TTIftonam 340
Rv. pp7 > D smut[ 13& 1 I" JHIU TbolDas\"iIle fI iiU \ ski
y 156 410!' 806, | p m amp u I :i These Famous Glasses tor Sale by
II' 73919391139ce
p m a iu| a a M Valdosta
C3 BS .4l.355;' v uu la 4.:.' Ar'1'bomaavllle 8 in II uu ttaU .
oa ILz 11111 745\\M 1\ II fill' mla mm
I' B
1 & Son Tested Free.
: Valdosta 5i!" 535 Watts & Eyesight
le .1" I Ar Jacksonville II:':; 855 +c <-
y 33U I am i
pD'' Lv Lake Butler 's Si s'.J : Caution-Haw kts1 glasses are never peddled. Be sure that"Haw kes" is stamped on trame. "
isle I I ::11 I:>v1m! '
UIII Ar Jacksonville I I. may 17 01 ,
J lU, | am. ,

souP"" I ,,-Ar Lv GalnrsvillC Sampson City i!' 9::li'iIUUU;I"5 t' ,
WI -- --- -- -
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Daily except Suuda.,. t Sunday only. Fiver"DU through coach Pullman skejur between Macon and Jack- 1 I -s<
Upt l4aHaian through i4rb and icali.lcejRT between Macon and Palatkd. UNDER 17IKEI FIRST-CLASS _
1d'00000aia ML-"a unluD depot 1IIiI p. ui. and remains:; in union dt"llOtun return The MEN'SW9MEN'S'AND
*T&ulck: btry"11 olld tram U-tw eeu Maeon and Palatka.HMCUECKLEYSllAW. i Only '
l-; C. H UlIODES, t La c=1t'V, Fla.Collins !
t1-vci Vl e-resident, General agent, l ,
and Caskets all Styles and
i\ -6; -
h e. 1LH'It., G.G. \. 'JMen's
nUL, T. I'. A., II \\IK\- BURNS, F.: P. A., IVu-ts. Onleis PnunMlv FilInL \

i IpltUlie/AtLtnta.G.1., 2ilV.. Hy St., Jacis..iville, FU. FINE House

Pant 5ystem. OVERCOATS
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Ii i l ", ,
Great Through Car Line From Florida.COKXI FIND ,:


The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston: liichmoud and :., rladles'

l \Va"hi gton. This is guaranteed

The Southern Railway, >ta Savannah, Columbia and by futile
Rail '
Silk and Flannel
Washington. SHIRT WAISTS very competitor, and 3
-- -- -- OUR STOCK FOR -"
confirmed by the
The Southern Railway via Jessup Atlanta, Chattanooga TAlLOR.MADE ,-

/est) The ui4TilIe'& N.1.bviJIe.via Mont omcry. Ashnlie.t 1901-02 Rainy-Dayland Dress Urgut Patronage i
K The SouthewTiry via Savannah, Columbia Underwear
Skirts, of the People.
t-** Joe Mobile & Ohio R. P. via Montgomery. p1 aitt[ Offers every possible Neckwear !

i< Hosiery, Corsets, ..
advantage to careful
a for New
i I
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company
4 ? Wraps Every Stylo. -
Ft and economical dress- i

.''1t la hi Norfolt.for SavannahandMerchantliliners York, Ph'ladelphia Nw York Baltimore and Boston.and Tran.portatiOn Washington.3Y :i LIVE OAK : ers at Boys'ijJfls;and I3y.

.__h!. Company for. Baltimore and Philadelphia. ': Incontestible Prices. Children'sClothing .
-W ---- .

Occidental Steamship Co. I Orereoftts,
Via Peninsula and i
11A. WHISKEYSOFTENED Jackets. ,, as
WE SHIP C. 0. .u. Hats, Cape;'Hosiery, t; r

eton, Via Boston and Canada, Atlantic anti Plant Steamship BY AGE. Underwear and
Charlottebtown.f To Office and examination Furnishings.Carhart
a Line for Halifax, Hawkesberry and any Express privilege
I litrfid Bold Midi a! !Iuf1! Exttifue. gives you every facility for personal selection.


-IP tlC1lnioll rat*.to Buffalo N. Y,.account Pan-American Expositiongrrw ISTHE WHISKEY.SOLD BEST AND I : "p1EES SR1fED Union-Made Overalls.B.flLEVY&BROSavaaflahGa..

W rbtt Niagara Falis be liberaJjrmation
will I
teases ot lorue in the North, sent to the undersigned IN THE SOUTH.
'. ._,.,. and handsome advertbtng matter. t

M to Hate. Sleeping ar lte en ations,etc.,.call on or write to The LIVE OAK DISTILLERY CO. I

so r. l9 30LLY Dh1 lon Passenger itle. Fla.ltupertntendenL .
.JaCksont -
+.;. \\'.Bay Str. Astor Bluck
kpovi B. )V. waiNIII.l'&SS. Traffic l1nfta a CINCINNATI U. S. A. I .

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Summer Rates. : i
Lowest straight and summer tour-ii I ;

ANID BUILDER.. ist rates, to the north, west and Nine-l HE
t.t.I -a southwest,' via the Louisville and BINe. ,
Nashville It. R- The Louisville and ; F
...LAKE CITY. FLORIDA... Nashville 'I;. I'. offers'the lowest Tenths .. .;tJIII'l' _".:: :_ ,' -_-,_'-> -
straight rates to all points throughout .
A PLEASURE TO QUOTE PRICES. the north, northwest and southwest of Pure Juices
i CALL OH HE BEFORE SENOINO AWAY FOR THIS KIND Of WORK. and summer tourist tickets to Natural 1%
all lake and mountain resorts ,
a -- .. through the north and northwest, alto all the
-- so the Pacihc coast. Through R eUYerStDmachuBc
1 sleeping car tickets sold to Cincinnati PeopleSuffer Cleanses the
Louisville, Nashville, St Louis, System, Pn r fiestlla .t :;
WHITE'S CREAM Chicago and New Orleans. For'detailed j"
WORMS !' VERMIFUCEZo.U. !! information, of the perfect i1 t'JRES Malaria! Biliousness, tel
service offered the L.
..... \weak
Quantdr 8eetl.Quality. N. Stomach and
& n. H., showing through sched- from a Impatred Dig -
Y j vies, sleeping car lines,and for rates, h. ,_
For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. t W .
) reservations and any desired inform- Soitle
I Ererj tmiM
BOLD DY. ALL Davq.GZBTS. ation. call DiseasedLiver (L1 eta SiSjf
i i on or address, B. II. Hop ,_ i
: db7-- + JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis; < kins, Florida passenger agent, Jacksonville .AiiciiJ aao-i-ruu .sacAioix 1-
Fla. C. L. Stone, general Price,CO Ceuta. V ..' ::1 :
Sold by Geo. W. Price. Ir I passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. 43iouici.

L Prepared ty JAMES BAUAKDi,St.Uuh,1. *
It be of Mr. '
no to
f I may consequence s. s &XXAnttM&M&*& .,
f I, Roosevelt to know that be has forfeited "- ,

{ Nashville, Chattanooga <&< St. Louis Ry. third the the people respect of of this more country than;one-but Sold by Geo. W. Price.

---AND- it is a regrettable fact that he has

, Western and Atlantic R. R. put himself beyond the pale of con- -
sideration so far as the south Is con rti!i'iJiJni'iUlilllHH"'n"'un
} F "Battlefields Line" t ;

i i Through sleepers to Chattanooga, Nashville, and St. Louis, connecting The World's Greatest Fever W

I union depots for all LouUville point* West, Cincinnatti and North-west., Chicago, Memphisand Medicine. Spring:: and Summer }! !

C.E.HABVA,G.p, A.,Atlanta Ga. T.M. DOTLZ.F. P. A., Jacksonville Fla. slow Johnson's Tonic does in a day what Riot ; t ., J
.I Quinine cannot do in ten days. Your wants of every kind can be fill here ;
promptly and } 1
Its splendid cures are in striking con- i1tt factortlr. The largest and most beautitul collection otwUifimiK ml*
trast with the feeble cures mabe by MM nave ever presented awaits you W"

Fire Storm, Tornado and Cyclone Insurance. Quinine.If you.are utterly wretched, take a *1 SPRINGAND SUMMER HATS II: 11
I I thorough course of Johnson's Tonic > E
and drive out every trace of malarial >tMN Together.., with a complete line of all kinds of first-class Millinery tawait
l L AMERICAN AND FOREIGN INSURANCE aoisonin The wise insure their 9 4 your pleasure. Out-o:-townortiet* receive prompt atttatlot.e )%lMRSU ,
COMPANIES REPnESENTED""" "'- I lived and the wiser insure their
I health by using Johnson's Chill and $ L. T.
Best Insurance at reasonable rates. Speedy (::
I ''r E Office adjustments. Old in business. I fever Tonic.It costs 50 cents if it I
: Vinzant
cures; not one cent if it does not. i

E Chalker & Small Agts. a.. .YY"..O....'.'.''.....'...T..Ir..'''!!.t.!!.T..0-. .!......'!TH..TnmiIliHHfj! .

Dr. W. n. Ives, Jr. --- ,_. t


Carriage Maker and l Tomostones Monum 11
: Undertaker 1 J. D. CALLAVVAY, 6 ntll

fllr.s: and Caskets always on band at reasonable prices. Prompt ; BROKER
attention to CALLS Day or Nigbt Telegraphic orders 111
promptly attended I
to. O I. URAL ESTATE AND Georgia, Vermont and Italian flarble. I
S. Lake City Fla. Granite Monument Headstone Tablets.Statuarv ALas Steel and
.t If 1. I Wrought Iron Fences. Parties needing Marble work wilt Had it to .
+ Jilt their interest to write us tor designs and prices AU Work duarufadValdosta
+ O OTI ,
I Marble Company
O 44i/ S Q Attorney At Law. i c VALDOSTA, GEORGIA. hmVHditj

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DR. E. RIVIERE, ,: --

:! 0 DENTIST, ; J
o Otlice i Bottling$ |l lt
0 O Store. upstairs L\"E I'm.the FlrU. .rear of Pi ire's 1'rug: :' il Lake l

; I __ OJ J. L. NIBLAfK, | (Jompaiiij
L i . I
Buggies and Wagon for sale and Built to Order. General Kepair-
axpecialtr. All work SURCEON
guaranteed. Carriage!; material for sale. also I
agent tor Marble: Monuments and Grave Stones. O Residence Phone Ho- 41 f Utdt3C5T
J. A. O | Headquarters, atS isE-> Drugstore All i
FISI-ZEB, 1 ine- agt'" lett h.-n. will be -
113-117 HAMILTON O prompt aliened t<>. i
CITY, FI.A. O .,1 LAKE CITY PLOIlm.j j i -.-'. Cool Drinks, Fruits:: Vegetables -

'T. B OLI /ER, Tobaccos, Cigars,

E LAKE ,,/rr. FI..A.OOlUIEIC'l.L .
Nuts, Raisins Apples,
'.! A SPKCHhTY. *

Practice in all State Courts. prompt atten And Fine Candle-.
tion to all liuMnes :
Mortgages aud teed -- t
I drawn and aiknuwledfiemeuls taken

: I I janl-98) COLUMBIA COUNTY. Soda Water, Sarsaparilla Strawberry (;loge Ae

I Seltzer Cider. Etc.

i' H. He He ... (: J. Davis, Manager.STJMMKK .
I 0. Hot Oat' -
I4 ail"ay C. Caigfct. Cured. '---
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S i ir .: Hw 0000<>OOOOOOC O oo000< v t>( $:\C"1 c '' r;

11 Core that et. I MKATJ; )
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