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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: February 16, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Volume ID: VID00371
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
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eeption but supply the kind
that are warmly rescived and
taste like more. The quality
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COevlmd. W'eGle eub wil pbeat
d.n.gah sAt se days of Chbmntems.
q, and the niuaette during the hat
sxdays. MiIrss mF.M Hormr,aoloat,
ad Mis Evelya Morapm, violist, win
al- the Quartbsts. Altogether it will
be areh treatfor lovers of good mmic.
Other nam- on the pprogra am n Gla-
tOs E. Lloyd, of Cevnland, Shaemepear.
am reader; Hon. W. L. Woodeoak, a
prominent lawyer of Altoona, Pa., in a
lecture to youag people on Sunday even-
ing, March 1Oth. Dr. John W. Sunburn,
F. 8., with two interesting ectarer on
the Iroquois India, illustrated byter-w
optic"a views and eurion. Rev. B. J.
Morgan in two lectures. one on 'LiAe
Among the Cracker,' and the other an
illustrated lecture on 'A Thousand Miles
up the Nile.' Prof. B. E. Stockbridge
and his assistant from the Florida Ex-
periment Station, will conduct a two
days' Farmers, Institute, treating a va.
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tBnday, the tl day in ad1 the the
Okan eseubsis n the world.
No -pl musical evi ea oe
during leAt, but thodeep latomatio of
the priest nad the soloma advent of the
death and buril of the Savior as the
chief featone of all the services. The
seasonof LeAt ,i the celebration of the
forty day aad forty nights that Christ
was tempted in the wilderam His tri-
umphal entry into Jerenal followed,
them the Garden of Geteema, the trial
befoe. Poatdus Pilate, and theereilom.
These am the solemn days of the ehreFh,
the days before the glorious mreurreetio
and the ascemmion.
Lucius & Co. have dosed their store
here and moved their stock to Lesburg.


& FLORIDA.; 4A.
Land pf the orange and beautiful flowers,
Where the rich clustering grape, encumbers the bowers,
And the old Spanish moms kstoons the broad tree,
With beard long and grey, as the "Old Man of the Sea."
Land of the lemon, the date and the palm,
Where old ocean soothes the rough waves to a calm,
As the swift flowing tide to Mexico seas,
Warms the cold winds to a tropical bree.
Land of the olive, fig and the lime,
Where the old Spanish fort, wists not of time
As it sweeps through the ages; and ever present green
Is the faithful old guardian of St. Augustine.
Land of the citron, and almond and plantain,
Where the clear rilvy Sprinum" a perpetual fountain,
Laugh a refrain like the Minnehaha,
As it mingles with the flood of the Ocklawaha.
Land of the pawpaw, the cocoa and yain,
Where th> dark ebony face of the d (ilows with delight in his humorous glee,
As he thinks of his home on the "Riber Swanre."
Land of the nutmeg, the mago and castor,
Where the Seminole chief regards not disaster,
By swamp; Iby stream or the broad everglade,
If cheered d by thie smiles of his young dusky maid.
Land of the sugar-cane, rice' and cotton,
Where a generous hospitality is never forgotten.
By the true-hearted Southron as round his broad hearth
He welcomes the stranger. regardless of birth.
Land of the oak, which for hundreds of years,.
Withstood the rude blasts of more northern spheres,
Transplanted to this, a more gniel lime,
Is a green "'Live Oak" for centuries of time.
Land of the cypress, the cedar and pine,
Where old Pone De Leon in the old, olden time.
Sought to subvert the teachings of truth.
In his wild. mad search. for the fountain of youth.
Land of tihe holly, ningnolia and bay.
Which fill the Man-h breeze with the fragrance of May
As through the deep woods, in the halo of sheen,
They speak of the heart of perennial green.
0 --Florida Magazine.


liver a lecture on the 'Japanese at Home.'
Mrs. Olivia S. Hall, of New York. will
conduct a School of Elocution, and give
an evening of readings from the best au-
thors. kRv. Jan. P. Hoyt will contri-
bute the course of morning lectures on
biblical topics, and Dr. W. L. Davidson
will have Aharge of the program, and
conduct the Sunday School Normal class.
Mrs. H. Augusta Ennis, of Daytona, will
be in charge of the primary department.
This Chautauqua is designed to furn-
ish the people of the East Coast such ad-
vantages are enjoyed by the patrons of
the many summer Chaunauqua. Dr.
Davidson conducts four Chautauqua in
the North, and has the best facilities for
securing desireable talent. Board can be
secured 'at, reasonable rates. Parties
who desire to board themselves should


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COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.


Perfumery and Fanc/ Tolh.t Articles.


DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during buaines
hour; office hours, Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:80 p. ml


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addresq Fee & Stewart for particulars. Ifyou're bothered with insonnia.
Or with your grocer bills,
Roemo eof omJdgoe Stewat. Don't hesitate to read the f;azatte-N-Xws;
'Tis a i pn:ivan for ills.
Sameo Romeo, an Orniond negro,
pleaded-guilty to illegally sellingred-eye. If c1iha edly ghostl pIhantoms,
before Judge Stewart onWe'dnesday.and Or. by things ma real as lif,;
was sentenced to pay a fine of *.-i) and *ek the columns of this journal,
cost, or serve 100 days on the county And forget all worldly trife.
roads. An Sam"o in very repentent he -- --
chose the days, that his decision to go The inconsistencyof sonie people is trui-
and sin no more might get firmly im- ily refreshing. remarks an old time couu-!
planted before be was again assailed try editor. Every town ha% its inereli'ha.t I
with t mptation-DeLand News. who doesn't advertise. It d w-sn't pay
and nobody reais the lpijr :Tmiyho.,v.
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49 hits tlhe town the' ian iNi% ho l.-sin't aol-
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drws last week and was much inilroned. "'eni uip to the munnety stogies and says:
The advertisements especially showed Don't print anythingal"eout it. everybody
marked improvement, being attractively reads the papers and it will hurt my
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~imiad pay p. It requiremomeyto
rea a newqmper.
IL H. Abms and S B. Wright, of At-,
apeselal agt for the Liverpool,
Ladmoa & Olobe asuramae company
we dolagbmlses with C. M. Diagham
lin h -flaay.


"I have always aed rotar'as mxw
am 5ASeough medicine, and think it the
bet i the world," ams Cha. Deader, a
awedemlr io Erie, Pa. Nothingelae W
J. M. Jomea.
Jacob Slough is planting a number of
p meaa es on his property facing Volu-
shs avems. Mr. 81ough has mow over
wases of those tree and says they
anvery proltable.
uenaderstand that the new city ex-
/ aut.e will sefarce very rigidly the or-
dieam regarding carrying bell and
lamp on bicycles, and leaving horses
.mndlng on the strews without being
tied.


Wi. Wicking, the popular manager of
the Daytona lee company, left last Tueo-
day for limegbam, Alabama, where be
is in atteadae of ameetiagof the South-
eraIce vzehange. He is expected back
today.
Falts of digestion c ae disorder of
the Ever,and tAO whole nytem becomes
deraqm d. HBBm pemcts the process
of digestio and assimilation, and thm
mam pure blood. Price 80 eents. Dr. J.
M. Joi.
People pending the winter in Daytona
will coaler a favor by fMirnshing the GA-
m* sme-Nws the amnes of any friend
who am interested in Florida. We will
sead sampleopie to as many as they

A petition was presented atthe last
Smmeting of the county commisMiknem,
s ignedby residents of Daytima and Or.
mUad, requesting that .Ridgewod ave-
me from this place to Ormond be opened
up ad dechmred a public highway.


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Mr. andlfrs. Albert Ba.-helder, of Little
Boame Head, N. H.. and Mr. and Mrs.
HoUJB i yer, of Rye Beach; N. II.. are
at b.ihketto. Both these gentlemenn
are proprietor of large and popular aum-
mer hotekn.


Are you retlese at night, and haraned
by a bad cough? Use BALLADM's Houi-
MOUMD SYBrt, it will secure you sound
leep, and effect a prompt and radical
cure. Price m5 and 50 cents. hIr. J. M.

_M. Sha ker ha p moved his law offi e
into the building formerly ocrcupd by
Smith Bros. He will hereafter conduct
the real estate and insuriemu. business of
that firm in conjunction with hin legal
business.
When you want a physic that is mild
and gentle, easy to take and pleasant in
effect use Chaniberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents. Sample
free. Every box guaranteed. For sale
by all drugistts.


Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hunt, of 11ankate,
Minn.. and Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer. of Iowa
City, Iowa, were in town this week.
enrout to Miami and Cuba. Mr. Hnnt is
editor and publisher of the Mankato Fire
Preas. We acknowledge a pleasant call.
Evangelist J. E. Gearheart; ofClearfield
Pa., will lead the Epworth League Rally
and preach at the M. E. Episcopalenure-ly
Sunday, Feb. 17, 1901. Public heartily
invited to the meeting :plenty of mnuic.
J. B. HAWK, PARTon.
The Woman's Missionary Society de-
aire to express their thanks to the choir.
to Mirm E. M. Peck and to Miss Sarah,
Corwin, for the valuable asistance. lan
Sabbath evening. Aiso to the andien
for their kind alteatio n and generons oA,
ring of $10.25. E


W. K. Thomasona who was caught in Mrs. E. E. Coleman in showing public
theactofbargtaristthehomeofC.H. spirit in not only giving land for a
Lya T eday even-g of last ---week, street. but inworkiAg it up in condition
Lync This eday teveay mo'nn-'' fiA t for travel, before asking the council to
had his bearing Saturhay morning and accept it as a highway. This will make
wasm m d over to-the criminal court. a conti o- ou' t "
Doe*t htrb Edwards took him to _cov'oga st-et rom ourta
noith' S undar. Daytona tratpet, past Mare,
Ift1 1M Ba y m 'mtth's grove. t o -
i who.. a tr 'bled-with t the meeting of the city council Mt
..pl.e., f"" y l 'rdayt evening th, following budget wa*
de ve. .ring the r adopted for the ensuing year: Clerk
eyes, bad dreas. variable a and $1350.00, marshal 480.00, attorney
Th m WerL s V e vmn-' 100.00. treasurer 50.00. assessor 25..
V wE km ad expel these rast. 00, ,collector 225.00. physician 125.00.
2 enatL. Dr. J.* J* interest 1175.00, street lightingtW1.o00.
L. H. Tompmson ad C. M. ainmJr printing 100.00. sundries 2P.00, fre
w daisolved parter ip d Mr. protection 3'0.00; streets and sewer
t psoWha tewrw to Cuba. his 8000.00, legal expense 200.00.
plee Mr. Biagham v 11 take Lan e A FIREMAN*S CLOSE
Thomqpson to part rehip in the a. o _g<. .
e a*tea ind rm ebuuiaes. Thehhe __ -i .a though every
qwAet aedte Buildinsand Loan as-.lintached and every nerve wnas racked
quarteaof the miintandr e. with pain." write C. W.Bellamy a
ciao will be in wir oike. comotive fireman. of Burlington. Iowa.
Oase of oar readers handed in the fol- "I was weak add pale, without any
lowing edpp ig, widt may be of interest appetite and all run down. As I was
tomeao: In ay b a ba e me that the about to give up, I got a bottle, of El-
Ab e so m that it, will not be d nted eeud c Bittern and after taking it, I felt as
oapn byti Pg-rs, that the eyes *las I ever did in my life." Weak sick-
amoe l,taneonal bric't. the tns still, down people alwvays'gain new
ad the S am of the brigwest, either il and vigor from their use. Try
pa orw a dark lv'r color. Then tbm. flatfaction guaranteed by Dr. J.
" leas dor the bh is all right. M. Joes' Only 50 cents
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Ot (ltyle" is h aman dEl le-
a pe mNade-we w 0 It on satouMry
we turn out.
Mrs. Douglass will give er twt ope.
g of spring amiae Friday and Bat.
urday, February Uad 3N.
Joe Johaon, cokoed, was arrested
Monday on the charge of perjuy and
talqu to JaZkmoaville by a United
States marsal.
Nuaner Sry a Parson
Brown and Pieapple Orane 80 eents
spice. Pbosi SlvaMtrs Pahas $1.00.
Apply toE. N. Waldron.
The hop at the Claa on Ian last Tes.
day evening was a very enjoyable affair,
about ASty pereoum bMsdeethe guess of
te hotel wee prement.
The Daytows bas ball players went
ovZr to DreLad lait Satrday and in-a
dulled in a running mateb with the D-.
Land bo y e- o 18 to 25 in favor of
DeLead.
C. W. DeMooy, of Clevelad, Ohio, pres-
ident of the DeMooy Engine company, is
vistin with Mayor Ludwg T eis comp-
any manufaetured the eniane in Mr. Lad-
wi's boat.


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a sp. 0ae Jr. & a eserpre
4drugis, hav a new a.L in thib Im.
MuR. Donisse sanoaes she will have
anm peiem d trimmer from the NorthL
MM. Otto Merkel of New York, has
reted the Her on homu, on Bay street.
A flog86inch wide brown ting, "a
summer" at mooe Bros. at & cents per

Cboiee bread, pie and cakes at
Mrs. Growing's, opposite the Ridge-
wood hotel

Attention hI eosled to the ad. of the
launceh "Yankee Doodle" which appear
in I isnamwe.
M-Whole wheat bud made and for
sale by Mrs. Grniling; opposite the
dgw6od hotel.
J. L, Odum has decided not to open h I
meat market at present owing to the
fact that the season has so far advanced,
ChM. M. Hilliard, of Palatka, was in
town over Sunday. Mr. Hiliard ugine-
mats the Germania Insurance company.
rnthe lanach race Monday the True-
eott emae n l t and the Jennie second.
The TrM ott made the course in 1:7:17
and the Jeanie in 1:105A.
L T. Mulkey has moved his lhmch
stand to the building recently vacat-.d
by Lameim & Co. Mr. Mulkey also hand-
In frunta'igars and conafctlbn ry.
Mr. ad Mrs. A. I. Reedcelebrated their
tn wedding Monday night. Those prs-
ant were Mrs. A. R. Bolls, Joejph Ennis
and wife, B. K. Watson, J. R. Hull, W.B.
Reed and wife.
sggflor hatching: Bprred. white antd
buff plymouth reeks, buff cochins. Fifty
white leghorn palets, pigeons and Ilel-
gian hares. Enquire of C. D. Steely M. P.,
Sea Breese, Fla.


Mrs. ('arri Nation has now won tha
notority whi,'h she evidently craved
A Mreat rweption wn. recently given he
in Iowa and Illinois. and now she an
niouncem that ('art-r Harrison. mayor o
Chicago. is to it the next victim of het
wrath. Hit the scrub Harrison, hit thi
msrub.-Titumvill.' Advocate.

d ied On sk steet.
Mrs. Vit-oriai A. Donald.on, of Piqun
Ohio, dropped dead on Valley street. Sett
Brezs". 'hursclay evening. T! eladyhail
Ib~n stopping at the ('lartndon Inn,
with a party from t'inm-inatti. nnd hati, lme'n
troumldI with Iher hart formseveral yarA.
She' start4l out frcmn tho hotel alone for
a rid on her hiM'cycle and was int front
the Griggs cottage when shOi dropped
dead. Bingham & Maley prepare the
lowly ior shipment to h'r late horn. in
Ohio.
TRIDl) FIVE INXTORS
Mirs. Francis L. ;Gales of Mimsouri Val.
ley. In., writes: "' had severe kidney
trouble for yenrs. had tried five docttorn
without lHnefit. but thiee bottles of Fo-
LEY' KIDNEY URiE eiil Ume. Dr. J.M.
Jones.


BIC'KLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
lins world wide famine for marvellous
curen. It surpam 's ainy other alive. h -
tion ointment or lImhl for Ci ut. Cm'(;rn e.
Burns. Boiles, Sores. Felons,. i" lcei. Tt-
tersm. ailt Iheumn. Erunptions; Infallil le
for P'ilkm. Cureguiarante-,d. Only 25 cents
at Dr. J. M. Jcnss' drug tteore.

jTU-I* Books.
The .tona Traction ompiny anre
prelmared to sell mileiagp books as fol-'
lows: 2(X) mile books at four cent# plr
mile; 100K) mile books at four and one
half cents per mile. Tickets transferable.
All unuled coupons will he redeemed at a
slight discount. Automobiles will letve
tle company's depot every Saturday


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lmtho e-Jes omkl n l patted
fta, Ada-mu.. Win. bSlwft Rut-
Sa FPariMmoa; bthlimnu. P m ak bi ;
L$- mOramb bEUt-m.

Ater the Mer 'le hIoM was served by
me ladMIes aad eerWyo prI tho-
oughly eB)oyed the eming.

WOTICS.
Be it known that after sizly day
publieation of thte noe m, tO umd
e into a to the nest
of< Flridor th eMac t of
an act n ngardib the arvky staking
or boeygi V the ninshoroah rwe, In
tbe. county ci Vat aa providing
penalties for theastrubtoui moTiaq
altering or manadiously rn whsa
the mars, tak or boy athorid
Vb mueb act. ( C.b C. B
ST. Contrad & Co., 0. W. Biyoeg ". N.
Conrad, T. L ,odpn. Porter X. Bo-
nett, John Y. Detwwler.

LINGERING LA GRIPPE COORH.
0. Teacher, 157 Osgood St., Chicago,
says: my wife had a very severe ca of
la grippe, and it left her with a very bad
cough. She tried a bottle of rout's
MONZY AND TAX and it gave immediate
relief. A 50 cent bottle cured her cough
entirely." Take no substitute. Dr. J.m.
Jones.


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glasses and frame properly Itted by a
scrientiflc optieian. I am preparedto do Tle hotel oisae m ble tee him emsOiw
the finest class of work known to the Fine Boaiag, lbb&i biy eli :ad
profemion. Years of practical e x perience spend the winter.
t enables me to correct any error of re-_ _
. fraction. Special attention in given to M
r children, and to fitting difficult and com- FVUNTAI
- plicated cases. I have all the modern nUFI I*'EUNT 'I 'I
'f improvements for examining and testing .
r the eye. A scientific examination of the ; + -
Seye i. made free of charge. I carry a full ..-
line of optical goods. Spectacles and NOW UNDER TH4, MANAGIMENT OW
eye glawes repaired. For a short time
longer only. o D etpJUai

LA G I'PP QfICKLY (VIRED. For seven rears Manag.r of the PAMETTO'
"In the winter oi INMO and 1899l I was. '_AnT- -
taken down witd a severeatttek of what
is called La loGripp" says F. L. H wett. a -. -
proiinwnt drngwist of Winfteld, Ill., "The .g- '
only mn dicine I ued wax two bottles of ... : .'
Chanltwrlain's C(ough Remedy. It broke D J.
up the cold and stopped the roughing
like ,,ngi, and I have never since .beAen( .
troutiblel with ripped. Chamberlain's MRS. MARY TROY. i P IoP TL .
Coigh Rentldy can always Ie depended
upon to break upasevere cold and waid Centrally locitted on Volnaia Avenue near the Pfst j 9 1
o any threatened attack of pnmonia. and Depot Nice larg roo..m ExZellent tM
It-is pleasant to itke, too, which makes nie-I t
it the moot desir.abL) and oneofthp" most Large Verandahs, Rates $1.50 per day, $7 to
popular preparations minuse for these all- 10 .pr Wtok.3
neants. For sale by all ruggist. .

A Mimouri editor is rsponsiblefor this i i I
righteous outburst: "Our heart swell up ___
with gratitude and our voice is choked
withI emotion like a muley cow with a i
turnip in her throat. The world is. after ;aIU U in *o n" 5-"
all, a happy one,. and we gaze from the -A n &a.
window of ourl-ditorial monastery at the
m.in-kined, landnrapm. Swi't visions of neo ard Gill, M AV
milk and honey; humming birds' and mo-
iasesM, brick cheene adi ambroTial nectar S'o4t irt "n
dance before our astonilwed vision like a _*
"*nlf Itfo day one Jf our suilcrilbes came in and _______
paid in cold 'cash and cohl blood. thiree-,._ ""
yesnrs arrearagis' and ltwo years in ad- 3. nIA f W Tv'
va fle.- ____ -^ -* *^ 4.XliA ^I f i X w


IIAD TO CONQUER OR DIE.
I was just about gone-." writes Mrs.
R(.st Rikhanrdon' of l[aural Springs, N.
.. "I haid consumption so had that the
es-t doctors aid I could not live more


evening at eight o'clock for the Pavil- than a month, but I legan to use Dr.
ion and dance at Sea lTresze. King'~ New Dis.overy and was wholly
Scunred by seven bottkh s und am now stout
TO CRE A fCOUGH. and well." It's an unrivaled life-saver
Shin- a 8it irritates t the lung for Consumption, Pneumonia, La Grippe
-ad in a' s n i intatet ohea ln. and Bronehitim; infallible for Coughs,
LYd gie .AND nT hunes witheta. X olds, Asthma, Hlay Fever, CMoup or
ia a trai in throwing off the phlm Whooping Cough. Guaranteed bottle
iig a strai in throwing off the phlen cents and $1.00. Trial bottle freat
like conmn cough expectorants. Dr. all druggist.
J. rJo

Ft for hatching, pure blood light T h om son
lmas. also White and Brown Leg-

W. H. HEATH. HOLLY HILL. FLA.
VALLEY STREET, 8EA BREEZE,
The druggist will refund your money MakeS his Candies.
if you are not satisfied after using Cham-
Ibrlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They cure disorder of the stomach. bill- .111 my ondis warrant
iousnems. constipation and headache., Al my condies warrnte to be perfectly
Price 25 centn Sample fr. fresh and pure. I make a splwialty of
I'eanut Brittle,, Slt-water taffy, cream
Sandies. Stop in and see mn-. Sign over


TALLER'S Br'KEEY PILE OMTVtXx- tlwe door.
i- no panacea, but is recommended for
Piles only. These it will cure. Price 50
cents in bottles; Tubes 75. Dr. J. i. Jones H. F


. THOMPSON.


"*Savannah Une."


BY LAND AND SEA.


Florida to New York. Boston and the East.

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.

THENCE via Palatial Expres Steamaships frg SAVA AB. Fau
SAILINGS EACH WEEK t> NEW YORE MAKING 0COG
Connections with New York and Boston Shis On Seami mA '
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing sehedules.
Write for general information, sailing schedule, stateroom reservation, or eaB on
W. H. PL SANTS. WALTER HAWKINS,
Gen'l Fr't a Pas'r Agent, Gen 'A t. Traflic Department,
New Pier 25 North River, New York.. 224 W. Bay St., Jacksonvile, Florid
J. W. WILKINSON, Agent, Daytoa, Fla.


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of good Jerey bkfe.
I MimAes Abrerombie gave a vale
tine party to a number of their friend
Thurenay eraing. Variousamusement
pertaining to the ocemsion were indulged
in and a delicious repast was sarv d.
W. W. T'.banrger, grocer of Marshall
Mo., writTe: "FOLIY'S HONEY AND TA
the best cough cure on the market today
I have used most all kinds and am sua
there is no other Mo good for both youni
and old, and especially for children. W
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N16 or&&01 Talrn a- "td0W TO

*is Of tn he 1 the wire aisd of aN others. Daring bin Bob sa.e to ounle fr $18 &Wd YV iTiolath "ASva
aimnt ~ ~ ~ofThe Mobile & &OhiLRU. via
.4 pkW -iato w rw. t iwandd was tu upst Sr --, oo and upwards Tr and Oe mm
ai Savannah and OereanSa Sayr
mmiIti Mary Et a .el th o blat clhian aim w aus Chs as taspingse mat ..... me. TO THE E asiQ
at Vi as Mavamuak and arheekat. and Misss Ttarngin
bad as ewr and be eacap'd umeathed. Cottage Ave., Yar of City BvlteL tatos inempany for a1 .
-M Tu w CUj1M1 THE GRIP. Upon breaking Tng (Chow he was bit- DAYxA, FTOW OW"A
mVlsBeedmy Mad take, wetly disappointed to learn the %ire be-
Sas -IaS_ tween Tung Chow and the next eillaW VI-A PENINS LAR -id OMIDENTAL MRAW w- -
armnasyin m-e I ow to follow.the next v l -.a.
$ t*eirnet sany tendn. ny on the line had been cut by the BoemN. RI, K-SON .N S
lt, lpeemmoria, whih! This meant more delay for the mot i- rNe Ss. ,l aa. m Pmmc wta as Vio. es i O
S s .mo, Th'menmedafth ot ada. Atmlan c and Plant Steamship Line flor H iz, Hawbaur end O
Ann prortant story of the campaign, for Cabins Maker and lontstown.
1Wi ... harofmmt one case has ever been the whole civiliaed world was anxiously
.I, d mo covere. For sale waiting. He found astisfaction however VW INTER T OrLRI K I
w in the words of Lieutenant Hastings of will be on sIl Oroqbss t N Eastan, We sar l ou
*4% 4. -./ ',- ," the Amercn signal corps. who said the Doors and Window m' tu. p all k ls ro vi he Plat m du am
"AM S i e ads.em-_S ,---Male breaks in the wire was of a slight nature Mouldings made to order. All kind& of riauru mum asy $1et, with libervi stop-ovr privMieges in
and it would be fully npaird bv noon Furniture Repairing doneonshort noticek Adoasmes w parties in the North-sent to the m w b
breks n te wre as f asliht atue Muldng.mad toordr. ll ind ofalurpa tIuu amy Sirnwtbeatso A atisop e overtpisingp
V OD* Jaka-vi- -w be the sbee of much ion the next day. Hastings took thedii- at n.onabe pr11, duppsao wantt as saormatioon ad handsome actreimig miaster..
si. a d O na Internst on Mareh 3-5. p1tthb and saw that it got safely off. Mr. r or nuoLraao as to rate auepng ear eamrvakm, te, em or wru to
41 tap S-bbi Imunday School Convention Hull returned to Pekin where be remain- Cottage Avenue, DArnoa. FLA. F.M. JOLLY, Diviaion-E.near Agent, 188 Weat Sy I-, Ja kaam ThM
wUi he bMd them-on these dates. and the ed until the country between Pekrn and W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, IL W. WEIN, F*s Ta$k M
im -le Ierationtlal party of five work- the seigrew more settled. when in comni- iA6 VIavannah, Ga. Svah, Ge
me, e@Sry peroin a specialist, including a puny with J. F. Bau, the Herald's rele- S1S111 th1SS10s e MInlisiMeiiri,
.. --. _.1.NPri.mary worker, will be present. There brated correupondik at and Henry -av A
".,- e ___ us uh. throughout the State in 1 Landon. the famous'Fhebetan xl5rer, 1M- -..;
.. ENDW, ad thee will no doubt be he returned to Tien Mien. 3LfStanley D T LIE-0UC
ft heraniaS of earnest Sunday School
"ambtrs who will make the pilgraf e h
o- 11.Conweatka, at this time. Itus i r- eM" l u se"...i
Sf t e pQrtoat... t.i.. t...... hold. which cause burns,. cuts, sprains and
e-AWL fta life a bruises, For use in such cases BALLAna'S 8. 11. MOSELEY. Proprietor.
"Wa 2" fluafte Bebol aspecaliots at one xwLmETh frmnyerbonInwopfrgutaCnrly 0
l-id --"NDO. P1 us ay be had of Capt.:o ,+rbn o op.n ,o,. C.,t,,l lo-
IM+ of IL B. hsw, m Flori, the constant family remedy. Price 2. cated. fronting the Halifax River. Three
3. Sk, OeForiaand 50 cents. Dr. J. M. Jones. bleks from depot. One block from post
WORKING OVERTIME. J. Ii. Lamb-rt of Ra -hel, N. C.. writes: I oe. This house has been newly wplan-n
an & RA-'-bhour iwa ae nmoad by those 'heartily endorse OLYv'S KINEY cr'Rt It te and painted. AII
ie+ Iden. li.l w orlr-dDr. King's New does what you claim it will do. and there DAYTONA. FLORIDA.
li.M Million are always at work' is nothing equal to it. and I thank you a
flesaff algMW eand day, hearing Indigestson, Bil- for the good it bais done ow." Aervpt no
____l Foleys Kmne wnsum
ag a h Manam Coastason, Sick Headache substitute. Dr J. m. Jones.
S. ...and aM to eeah, Liver and Bowel tront- Uim jW a Udr n
ALas !kmh mwnst. safe, ante. Only SAN CHLLAN
emb J. M. Joe's drug stor. FROST BITES AN CHILBLAINS AD AL A KANSAS
buicklv curl hby I NER SALVE, thl uMost Daytona Ice Co.
healing remedy in the world. Dr. J. m...,
A-sad MMSS St nee Out. Jones. Wm. WwLi'u, Manazer. -V OM AM t S 9SE1 AL i
.S-naley evening G. W. MacKenzie went ANTD. THE NEW YORK A
a. tt-lnoa eatfor a ten minutes walk and on Reliable na for manager of Bfranth HE W l A s
flring found the back window of hisRlalmafomair !I!. sii t-t i.i
sIt oIre. oe andksoeoneiwidr Heealkd Offitve e wish to ooen in this v,,,t PURE ICE FL RI-DA .iI-
W floeopen adso m eo or.neill Or. and .. Hher cled If your recorl isO. K. here is an oloipr- a aqa. a ... -
to Mr. Gl-eit Shr., -h and tghewr... "th tunty. Kindly giv- prsit refrcne whn I n li .l fironm Distillel Wat r. The Eat Loxaerlas Trlp is the WorM". Exeluae PuImas EquuS.
~a --1m------m .. W" Mrs m inthr-ough the back way b ut at ".. l
-.....rutithougth hc w writing. THE T MORRIS WlEw)lA"- &D5Ust mlay.)
SAL"m ltm~l'AstlI went out t C II.. E. "a.inaitti. Ohio ll. Jack le toNew York, only aS hlas. St. Augustiwe to New York, ouly ahaln
ll I hinw wcg k wese eat door. On examination Mr. Malt a ALSO
3m hemm neo, Ms. lBorace Kensie found that histrunk had letn ri- tratl ataague 4 s nt stamps. agn Avenue dad Ral t THE NE OR AND FLO A
onmsentI SId Sm. W~ ed and about $21 taken: it was thought ...'.
at fiat that Mrs. MactKinzie's wedding I reys nony and ren And THE STATS FA MA
a,- e t was also among the booty but it has&MU IS bas igs ma d l the clh. MW 1a. a0a10 1e1
ft aiw .t nwas-later found near the trunk. Mon-
smnobmmvow o ldamI ioortly morning about nine o'clock Marshnal P. C. OUNT,. TH EH II ACIDCA
l r ru a S a aRodgers arrested two colored men ucar BOOT AND bII)i'EA1.1 1:.
of 01111. -0* aCie foty ag the ice factory who acted nf ry iu~i~ rnn
fmou on. Mayor Brown and the miarchal n SPE CIA L
14-'-- 1 Tfts M A to,,t-h I Ha. F LOR ID A SP.. ,I,.
'whiho k == was in= sivr ud abo,,u..,t ,la.. s-rseToivom Ac. t
l toeaay rthed them and founl about 41! DeseN (l)ailv except Sunday.)
pa" I" .. il .. F- I toyta ima which was in otilver and about th, wen:e FctrO ImmOmO &N. IO -- Superb Solid Pullman Train Through to C~'e Withest Cheage.
ga in.t -me ------m -nd ....e wadin am ,...tph and d~,. ,,+. '" OCEAN H OUS Ejcs
Sl stolen. in one of the.- prion r 0 1. r airt e e Jak o.v In tl.e to Chil.ago., only 31 hours. St Augustine Io Chicago, only I b s
S "Ug .lo. dy. It in ver ly we up before J lstki.- 'f-the-!e: sosI n C E Fla.-bootm"' W. SAMS. Proprietor Also fle COIN INNATI AND FLOW A U iT
wpm bound. over to the crimJms .. fo eauinal wutii PavtlHhou ebr s Hmates: 2 amid tpwarJ- S'cail It. of'a 0ImW WET ANM
... m ..h.a.. t o i th ecrn i noat t i-ne RidLr tmfl Uhtiiu lt!gular IH-artlers. Through Vestibuled Tains, Pullman Drawing-room S 'ag Cars Th
fI 'u -a in 'tiy for~ely and Joe Reynolds. nud claimed to ,c Ahaendasmwelulfhtrasit' twa-. l.ens w t+-W SIMY tNA. FLOa ia Coaches. l'tfect lming Car Service on all Trai.n
Oqem-,arimdida frma !nsrote any ers.+nu&ounl. i'trnes. 3. Through Trains 'as Southern Railway are rated in Cesnecties with o
flb r U al~in the ... -. r Micrme. A th'rd escaper t imlni k : tlErmmoths.a, sofabea. T nTaer.t- a Plant Svytem from JacLs oevlle.
gtIehd I--. instlvM trinwh,,bt ut'iel to Ja,.k- Iille LiT YS PPL g P T C DE ESIDE mr- SXOIWSJON nOrroxrs to us uda w e M-
tllkasaemA tilts a h. b onvilleon the nmoning train. i m"a, son. i Tho greatest aid to DIGi-STIQN.
The many fri-nds of H.N. Russell as -- For Rates. Schedules and Information, call on or address .s
3i~lsermidh~fl glad to wee him lack lite Hw aain. lii,. Hi s~ A. &WaASDEAU. Traweulaeg Passeegwr AgeS. U. T. COOSYT nmauuisg Psssssen gma g, -
Me'" w o,,TII VLA ." 5 H.HA- 108 Wezt Sat Sheet, MCESOILLL FLA.
:: I M' k Im~kl workingion tPe autonlAile. !' ;ng 0, e I $. N. HARDWIC. e1 Pssen* A-ent. W. T. TAYLKE, As e Pass
hmaeeted with theautb mnolik nmlnufa ctcry. UAsN.UGTOU," C. Arv *
+ i. Ma-.Rv ll -asi-ith alit.r. Ryrtll wte with (aapt. I'u-tis aI th, [hwat I I, th,, II lalax R it u r. It .m ailsa-a a mtst tIttra i ti 'a viaw in irv dir- -. a
ateamer Juno. cs-ti,, u n t no sin T h.itis -l t foIu l in ti 'ieiit.. siri t t te unics r th a
lol, lh h, It .1t ,I ly th,' addition ,f a in ont th., Moth i.,; th, r,,,.Scene in POrtugal he Rio Porto VIneyardS '
Pout O a e.PILESO shaw o an I I I I s. 'cii it!- riis AlnI m 'vr'RPST l.c ~Et~A- E AD WOS,-
PILIn SOFoIssiIaIiv e 'pe' Pl, I+ ; Ii, A. l~g~ It,,h r ~l "L I. ltahr, L i 'lk ciil I it-:iiI iit ha a I mut Tiir: 'V At.:..: 1,2 '. .... ,, ..... ;:u+ T~iuiY .\I'E DU3MI'LD ZN THE
testify to the m erit of BANNI:R .s.XiVI: in lu c' i'-larui l. lths I t;l s. t; ri I an I, .n ail I ,, l a -, t. hins: at fts. flu ZIAS. o t', i .N u I'OIT WINL *,
Mr. ead N eu man ar ywm aepsmd- caring piles. It immediately relicv-es a id -oifo-t un I ,. v,.i,.,, ,f g.,.t. t 's hall i- m Ir,, h :It h,:,. ":2. i ain
*+ -5 k D lomlM' hal vlekly cues. No other sah',,-o laling istitn aaluvg"i ion.t t i-hcf ailzit i+ th,, t.l ,i, of thic uai :..n. ,t ta o T'he rungcd h:.Is wizh prcjc.i -ng rocks of brow n stone and shale I
ks, yn thte tlu- tc it .s.albx-ll.n". T:i htc'i tthr .i :b1, ,, t 'i t' coltzaning a lard e qiantaty ot iron, nimikc it imp-ssible to use wagons
k dllel lr wa vi. Dr. J. M.Jame it, and c.,v,.int t u- the lo 0t (ffi -'ti r,.h.,. 1:-I .,t,'. a in is '. itaina jail, here hienCe the gr.'.i,_ hbave t. be c irted tc, the treading vat or larger
grm* M D.D palanweek. of th c,-,a i ith its aiagnihcntit i f.,r wl i iis a. lIa'iii lii.' i ,:- anit,,ii,,. lIut as they are ciall.d, and s,,ma are I t-xte etnlugh for twenty perseoa tO
r mand homer w le .5o'okin r -i Sh idt, taltona, tread, w.ich ta. y do danci to rnu'ac f urn shed by the proprietor.
* snoie eis ***co.. hedVac Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.


the following olD ters wervelert s1:
i vp &vf. Feo rL, 0 H. Ludwig; clerk- J. W. VWtilk. B VC N, FUC
H. F. Douglass; councilnFU, C. CE. !Bing- WO _M Is VE M IFA
=a, ag toaha and chidre ham, Jr. and Bert Foster. The vote __X ___, a Q__ -._. ia.,ty. i Wqua;5."
f ly & Palc, wlhoe Mr. Cmop. east for the vartor candidate were .-.s '| 0s a V" -s a 1"
Sloabft to we k a Me flaghr ho. Solowsn mayor G. H. Ladwig, 128; lerk or -2oar 33sW .V: arerYS
S --J. W. Wilkimon 129; ae s or, GeO. E. 'MAMES F. IALL. LAR, L s. .
__Porter 1I8; collector, H. F. Douglawt 91; 4%% Us- r-.*:.wav.nfl 1vy
S, J. V. W.iWllams 50; treasurer, F. T. l'-c k
SII 138; councilmen. C. iM. Binglhanu Jr. 92.
ert Fo-ter 61, L. H. (lark -4. F. o 0orida East Coast .
bor 2, J. C. M. Combo 12. Mayor I.ud-l
im saf lmor Mr. asdrl and" H.H. wi wat on hand. with a box of uc-igfa'f. + t n C n pn
H" C i -a" weak rOm a Wedinda v. evening and wa-4 sworn into, bys Conwn yany At1.
l em ii a river h nd report Out-Ooing-Mayor Brown. The new rity .i, P iici. f rsmf arir f t ir Sri k I' a W ,,r-- i a i v a-or / "
S |sport guadian inimwniately asl.niniste cest ra an wy S dal e
._ m l, MW = U a '. m theoathoofolee.to the balance f t' Cream and Dewey Specialties.-. t
SNeMr. adMita Al& N, uB. Dlaly newly elected oflcemr. and informed .Mnar- l orders pftompt ilyfilled. Write for iri(s.
ewsas gleggs uoip as er shah Rodgers that he would be pleased OFFICE tund BOT T1.1ING WORlK%,-- V\ltk i A t F. E C It sti ': g t P gvcr N :- "e P,-t rae ne and t i
Snu g n til :tim i othe present capaiatv J. P THOMAS Proprietor. I", t t N
iv. IPas.ne l- NI.v -L eeb, i t,, tCtat de'.1enetir"
N D. U Duo ir PNEUMONIA CAN BE PREVE.NTED. ..Speer's New Jr-:. y Vincyatrds
Aa" sawl n1t1dD D We1day a- are sit'atc1" H e Pa.ic -'ac n.+..:, .:,-v x t.nian range andthe
eagWagtt Msneubol, Msa Hovels, Thfrdisealwaysmwultsfmmavid grape- ire r > t:e wir- ii fle t-xtn cf P-ie: e they arc
w i.0@L asd Mae. 01of or "satteck of the grip and may 1we pn-a
Swl w y bs a ew vmted bly th- timely use dof Chamberlain-s an;. ra)bcr, \a-!c d-,_
.eMte a Sdemd!,g mey to Mi- tohe madv T genitals oLa- Rough and, Dressed Pine Cypress, These graend wi.s of Speer's C at i!vc rr-owed in flavor in the
."s iy ad cU,::o e : .. : :t ', Cet .A :.s in t"s country and
Orip Le Lthe, past few yearm, and not n aCall nv : nL o i. : t ds h: er t new wines
weSad pero was o"dVtposed singhecte has ever been reported that frn ..- e '. .r., t sary for a healthy
b-un `V% U1to Wod6eday. Th de did not m ewover or that nsult d in Iprwnu- Lumberq, Lath, S kingl es, i C .. ." .r* tI' 1n." iw-;, to get Tid of its
VM" IS 10V _0 hig uamml d d monia. which showm it to lk' a Certain C 0 -eC t"4 ,, t he k v:'-c- several yearsin
aGPMh as *If gAw prerntide of that dangerouN diware. 10or"?E1 i ig, t 1eL i : i: d::t'lorou- d,:-': .- ":,' i or ,,iering foC
.*$LmW.5bdmk nla w. l the ekam- ('amberlain' ct'ough It.'uly hli.sgania-l Prick. Lime and CeMent in Stock. s- thr ,,t'a 'p S W. a v...uabl medical and
g0gevmpVggllwhn oval gSame' a workl wide wputation fr ,.its cu" of Offices and YVrds: East Coast Railway And Orage .venue .a tl 1 ,n a B -
geg eggg.... cjoia grip. For oale, by altdbuggistw "6u. ucc: ::= Druggis4s se.i S :ce;'s ,ines and Brand.






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Sat great value and tatereet to these
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The watlngs of the differ
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op exhibit by he trsury M depanfsee
pme a scob pres will be It operatloae
egldo msTy at the rate of 90.006
em per hew h cola belag struck
ul a aet equal to the weight to
OsCetera wIm tb especially aisrst-
d fn tme govevnmeuts very complete
m-sse- *o coma oft ll atlesis, a tow
Plite set of medals struck by the miat
at Phlhadelpble aad a cemplee series
at emareny eased by the government.
hdmadl I tims exaibit wll be a model
e a h .tfmuls tar oqipped and te
pnia08: a model ofa quareatine ta-
tes. edato of Marie bespital opera*
atg roms il and a model of a veuel
eia- lesid for deep ma smoudIl Up-
01 t1he Mre tof the Park Lal:e will be
a afs mvf station, completely equlp-
pei wth ap to date apparatus, while
thea S Spliged nl the samvig of
t*ea the ase will be daily Illustrated
by a captala and refw of two men
with life and emurf boas. with their ap-
The exhiblte of the war and navy de-
mniness wili be the largest and most
esmpleo ever made at may exposition.
EL.asrT L Lxws.

EXPOSITION SCULPTURE.
iea ti0~ln o*e the se& ev6 r
S.eem at h w.
Ia ns mselptural adorimest. as well
Wa is ovweroi e er respect the Pas.
AreaExpositionw srpass
ay emterprle of the kihd ever held.
There are over 126 spledid original
mIuL. and they are o be used around
the Court t F otains, the Iplmasde
sa the nieetrte Tower. They will
aWbolae the purpoes of the build-
No asad exdbits and bring out the
p to b ht to may may seem ex.
enedgly peale thinsM
After eeslag the Triumphal Bridgc
whih la the gad ftermal entrance to
the Masn court sd Is Itself to be dec-
erated with spledid statuary. one wil
m a the roiht and ks. at opposite
aao af the .eplasade. the foumtalns
ad the samkes gardens la tfrot of the
Wal II StatM overnmet mad Hortl--
edltare aulia respectively.
I ftetat aof Man. by Chartes
Gfll. In che 6eeatal fountala at the
M Of the bplasede. aad It i sSanked
by 1he oeutana of Proemetbe and
the 1Mul af Heroaes The ab-
isms r fe ttalm to tMts group
wI he the hwag Age. the Depotlc
A tl lhe Age oft lAhtamet At
* ~l1, esa of the splesade the
I-9Mm tf ature. byr tie T.
St the mm elaborate s
I-I -n-Mom ad the Idea of this
In amped in miner ease.
maeh b the Foe taa t f Krosm. P Foa-
a of 0eW aad the granps typifylng
MIsral Wesalt. Aala W alth. etc.
T .e ymbolc Idms will be worked
at Io heamltfl form. In otLvr parts of
t ain ort and Wla coaut Cto wftb
the ieetrle Tower and other buildings,
the lWle forming a moest complete and


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% P Legal Notices '
I Noto eof Orca tlsament.
Geo. H. Matthews, Plaintiff
Vs.
Wellhouse Paper Co. De&fndent
In Justke Court, Eighth District.
To Wellhouse Paper Co.. Defendents. and
all others whom it may concern:
Take notice that a writ of garnimhmunt
has been issued in the above named cawe,
and that your property in the hands of
J. H. Niver, and others, has been garn-
ished. Now, unless you appear before
John W. Williams. a Justice of the Peace
in and for the Eighth District of Volunia
county Florida, on or before the fourth
dav olf arh 1901. judgment by default
will be entered against you.
AOO. H. MATTHEWS, Plaintiff.

4 0 Nof1te. I '
Ix OCiwmr Cotaw 7th Judicial Circuit
of Florida, in and for Volusia County.
In the matter of the petition of Almira
A. MecKinney. a married woman, for the
removal of disabilities. and for a license
to manage her own estate and property,
and to become a free dealer in every
respect.
This day this matter came on to be
!aeard upon the Master's Report and tes-
timony taken; and the Court being ~atis-
fled as to the capacity and qualification
of the said Almira A. MeKinuney to tace
charge of and manage her own estate
and property, and to become free dealer
in every respect; it is thereupon ordered,
adjudged and decreed that the report of
the Maser be, and the Mame is, hereby
coirmnnd, and a license is ranted in ac-
cordanre with the prayer of the petition,
and the aid Almira A. MeKinney e here-
by authorized to take charge of and
control her estate, to contract, to be
contracted with, to *ue and be sued, and
to hind herself in all respects as fully as
if she wtre unmarried.
Ordered, adjudged and decreed at
Chambers at Titumville thin 22nd day of
January. A. D. 1401.
4t Ma,.on S. Jovs. Judge.


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and colds, coarseness and croup,
bronchitis and la grippe.
Pleurisy, pneumonia and con- the worst
sumption are presented cases, are Ia
by Foley's Honey and F wys y
"l r piFoley's Heaey and
Tar. Asthma and Tar, and in the early
COsump. stages it cures them.
The that ikt habs dome ese things
B onis anAe with Yourruggntis We gSares-
tse it to do all Aese hings.
Wef.: Thun is soba- n ")st r"wd or 'e the wmoe w
detye rno we mdTMr. l steamgbh e eaubest"iM Ms wbh-
dealers ad* skeonprot.
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STOPPING AT PALATKA, ASTOB, ST. FBANCI,
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Leave 3:31) pm JACKSONVILI-Rl uive
S8:45 pmn PALATKA
8-00 am TO
4:a0 am ......sT. FRANCI&.
........................BERES bFRD (DiMLAID)
6:00 am BLUE SPRINGS. 1j
Arrive8:80 am SANFORD V .-.

General Passenger and Tickadt ,
204 W. Bay st. JacksUvll

A. C. HAGERTY, East'n Paw. Agent, F. M. IRONMONOBM 3m V. P. A.
19 State St., New York. 204 West Bay S>l. m.I1 IL
THOS. D. HALEY, Local Frt. Agt. C. P. LOVELL, Assb. l .,
Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville. Foot HO- @ll,, h
JNO. L HOWARD, Superintsm=dt,
Foot Hogan St., Jackmsnaille.
TMO. EOER, Wn. P. CLYB ca,
General Manae.r. .
ChmebroH M Bumlding, 19 Stafe St., Oppoaite Battmry Park, iwYUS.
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DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.


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-f-a mat exp.aoo suec thePaap A "IV",,, 1,1,10 A kNoe tIPWmtd. -............................. No. 2 NO. I I .
of a great Bspoatsloa.*ekb as the Pa- -- % -- --- -"-0 pm 7:15 amLT..........Jacksonville (A. V. W.).......... Art 945 pa 9am
SiThe publisher of the famous big illu- :0VII IT I "1 1 pm n111 *a'Ar ..............Vaidoes (A. V. A W.).............LvT 5:85 pm 585 a
treated weekly no .spper'f ENNSYLVAN- NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry. 4:10am 5:15 pmlAr Macon (G.8.AF.)S...............Lv11:55 I :45 am
a aaleltl r .a.7 : r2ted weekly mw .per' P s. : p Ar:................."Atlanta (C. of G.) ................ m Ian 1
Thcited tstes t p.- rrrIT, are now placing rep native 1.0 p 1A ........... tan (. A.) ............ L 4.am
A ,le department will occu y a larger at every pmt ofBie in Florida, and th.-y t 6:35 pm 5:35 am;Ar...........XNahvil (N.C. at. L.)...........LvlU:55 pmi 9:0 am
e e at tl Plan-American :Zpooltion -lemire to m-cure the wervie of capable 4 6:25 am 7:24 pmAr St. Louis (I. !.) Lv!r N:6 am 10:15 pm
than was ever before devot d to It at hurtling agents in each of the follow j Western & Atlantic Railroad. 7:25. pm! 7-00 am;Lv..........Nashvillt (N. C. A. St. L.) ..........Ar' 8:35 pm 9:05 am
an exposltlon The mnetho!ds of mall town of Volusia county: Herefordl.Day- 11:47 pm!12-30 pmiLv Martin (I. C.) Ar 3:5 pm 5:15 am
transportatlo will be rufullyllusitrated, tona, Del-on Springs, Enmporii, Hiarr.- DIXIE F"LYER RQ UT E" lt050 al............... Ar hicago (I. C.)>...................L- ............... :10 p
d a potl quipped it e Orange Cit. Pir ill. I 7:30 48 am Lv................Nashville (L. & N.)...............Ar 104 8:30am
latest derkole used in the I irgr post DOBLE DAILY TRAINS TO 912:50am 9:0 am Ar vaneille (L.A N.)....... Lv 6:35 &816am
o*es n the Iulted States wUI be ~ s spring Garden and in such (othr t wns NASHVILLE, 9:15 5:80 pm!Ar...............Chicogo (C. & E. I:)................Lv'11.0 7:0 pm
feature of the exhibiblt. 3 are not already supplied. The work MEMPHIS. No. 4-DIXIE FLYER, carries through Pullman Buet Sipere between Jaek-
Sis profitable and pleasant. A portion of LO'IVsILLE .onville and St. Loui, also between Jacksonville and bkngo via Martin, sad
eas rieeM e**a, ,-I*. Sunday only i Llquirpd. Over ..000) Illinois Central R. R., making direct conactions for alloints in the West and
At the Pwn-Amerscan Expoltilna agents are doing splendidly. No money CINCINNATTI Northweet
Am the nl *Bnd nericl Eapioerln and wIhatever in ivqiefd. lrythin I fur- Noi,,N. 3--DAY EXPRESS, carries through Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Jack-
eesalel anmui civril.n %ism ng and w whatever is etqnirel. Eve rything is fur.: i adCigova
ptets wo ut wi h qt.American nished free. Stationery. rubber stamps C' rrying through Pullmant Ve1stibuled Buffet Sleepers Jarkbonrie to St. onvil and Chicago, viaNashrille, Evanille and Chicago & Eastern Illinois .
public works eon whk-h b, American li'k and pad. advertising matter. sampk. Lotise awd Chiengo without change. Choice of Rontes.
refuses to take second ph e. will t4 o.."pieoete. Plap e a hirshipls to bet paid w id gorlivhmi e C ocofortes.AAll com5e a nva e promptly4an4weredand ...e:,iK .xCar Bent n served. WiWllsa s ad
preseted i much A clear :.d aInterest- for at the end of each month. Thoe notFor information relative to rates. chedule, etc..or for sleeper eirvations, writeto et Peasengers at t t Jaonnvll or my 24 w By Sree. Drol ae Line.
lag way. by means of all so a of costly sold are not charged for. Write to Grit C. E. HARMAN. Gen. Pass Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agent.
and Ingenious exhibbts. til the lay Publishingcompany. Williamsport. Pa. Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. WALTGen nt Traf Department Jacksonville,
Sa thwill ed Ie avpe -ly attnat. and mention the DTO F MITA GAZEH. TT J.C. HAN T, General PasMenger JAeut, SavaMnah, Gra
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