Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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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
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: February 23, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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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Shi~rt Waists!




SSOF CUFF, full frnt AND NEW


Prices, $1.oo and $1.50



SAt their new store have a
dfirselaes line of............... .

Staple and Facmy Groeries, Fresh Fruits,

Hay, Grain and Provisions


Agents for W L Douglass' Shoes

forMen. TheBest on theMarket.


---CALL AT....
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WU take pleasure in showing you their BRAN NEW STOCK OF NE

GOODS, consisting of

Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruit,


O lw sim--ms w be pI"med to caml m yoe.








Vfamzv or Individual Needs *

are promptly and satisfactor-
ially fiied. We don't handle
which meet with a chilly re-
ception but supply the kind
that are warmly received and
taste like more. The quality
of our goods impresses Itself
on the customer. Thinks they
must be very high priced, con-
sults bill and finds them of
little cost. We would have
you try our butter and cheese;
t iy are th res'i at.



In M iatriw with Jam seed HaB,
VW fwspapw ee."IpmNat whome
pIeIme ees we mmtised i s weW
we wengiYvemt d lowing sniwm-
The aeeptame of thejol ts ot by the
Chinese govermmUn t is my opaim a
mre rsuptedge-e mpss gds it
as the sw stmi *mem to e ed of
allied ocempatlom ofime oIL. SheM
and her ministers am wlmisgto areeto
anlythiM as long as the dmC W people
are not told. In the past we had o
example of Chinese hold to the pro-
viskmof a treaty, thm would be at
leastamprospecthat tey would carry
out thetems of the joat ote but with
a past spotted with outbnas, hdihe
dissensions and sepdiatio what are
we to expect from Chia? The is not
an instance on record to my knowledge
where In her iateurcorem w i odr
nation he hs not ated a cowardly
and deceiving maanen, sad whe con-
fronted with her own baseessm she hams
shirked the .epon miM6y aed aMight to
ay it on other shoulders. Her code of
morals was Iem rotten a hbudd yearM
ago than it i today, therefore it s to be
expected that she will act accordingly.
In her palace at Sesauke, the empress
acquixes to the dumamde of the powers
with hypocritical politeess. I doubt i
she takes the trouble to lear what is
required of lhr-'agre to anything,
everything', she instruets Princes Li and
Ching, 'not too villigly, however, for
you might excite the suspicioi. of the
foreign devils; the opportunity will coe
to China to avoid paying the penalty
after the diplomatic war is over.' "
"According to the Chinese, the eases.
for the recent demo tratiom against
foreigners were the abuses practiced by
the missionaries. It is the heartfelt de-
sire of the average Chinse to have the
foreigner exiled from Chimaes sol-espe-
cially the missionary. In order to se-
complish tishe is willgto go to any
extreme. An example can be forad in
the late uprising and now their cq nation
arime-what did China gan or lose by

"It certainly appears from a Ensopean
or American standpoint that she has
paid a fearful penalty for the Bozer
demonstrations, But let M consider
'how the Chinese regard the matter.
Before the Boxer movement Chiam was
overran with missionaries. They had
penetrated into the remotest parts of the
empire and were waning tat, coaldent'
aud lazy when the blow came. The ma-
jority escaped death or imprisonment by
immediate flight to the coast where they
safely rested under the guns of foreign
warships. The minority composed of
the brave and sincere ones braved the
horrible dangers that threatened and
paid the penalty in death. Anyone ac-
quainted with the conditions in China at
the time of the relief of the legations
knows that the missionaries' posts in
the Interior towns had been destroyed
and thousands of Chineseconvertselain-
in fact the interior was rid of mission-
aries and their disciples. 'They were
flocking to the sea.' This is just what
the Chinese had hoped to accomplish at
the comuenceument of hostilities. It will
be sometime before it will be sale for the
missionaries to resume teirlabors in the
interior unless the allies support them
In an effort to christianies China with
fire and sword."

A Am esC \am.
Last Saturday J. E. Longe sold his
stock of groceries and the building which
he has for the past twelve years occu-e
pied as a store to Morrison &Smith, and
this firm will move their other stock and
combine it with the Longe stock, thus
making one of the largest stockedgrocery
stores in the city.
Mr. Longe will remain and assist the
firm until next summer, when he will
move to one of the Western states.

'Tts Verr T e**".
A Kansas exchange says: "It is mote
fun to see a man read a puf of himself I
a newspaper, than to see a fat man ste
on a banana peel. The narrow minded
man reads it seven or eight times and
then goes around stealsppropriates-
what copies he can. The kind hearted
main goes home and reads it to his wife,
then pays his dues to the paper. The
suomessful buines man who advertises
l___ AIY &"A ._ I ____-_ 1%W I*- iUn

n. d a0,spe,
i t'h ae j lssli h wllhctes

S. 17-4 MN N aecoek
18-C Ra ge
l--W l 19-CC- A (riwo
S4-CL 2-DHBhar-
a-WCo 21-N A Bliteh
G-JMaeEB -J 8Denham
T7--CW M IFS- WButhr
8--FedT e *S4-W Huat Harris
9-B- Urk -W- aM Miller
1-Thos Palmer 87-4J W. WMmia
18-Bir ifckt 29-C Faban Law
1-B H Palmer 80-Frank Adams
16-J B Crews 81-W A McWilliam
16-A T Williams 82-H H MeCreary
Alehuae-J M Rivers; J C B Thomas.
Ilake-James D Chalker
blradford-T N Pinhoter, DM Gornte
Brevard-K R B aulerso
CUboa--B H Buford
Citri-W K Jacksmou
aay-WolasN H Wiluon
Columbin-L W A Rives, Guy Gilen
lDade-1adsom Burr
Demota-R E Brown
Duval-Johb C.L'Eiglo. N B Howard
cambia-D Mono Jones, J B Wo0Lk
Franklin-J F C V ris
Gadsden-Bobert Davideon,. Mortimer
Hamiltoa-B H Hnter, H M Lee
Hernaado-William A kulton
Hillhomp-John W Williamson, J L
Holmes-M A Perrish
Jacksom-J Walter Kehoe, I R Shoe.
Jesow-Jamus A Sledge, Thomos L

La- Godfry, Ben Dowd
LAs-FA Hesmdry
Laom-eor P Raney, E M Bopkins
Lary-C W e y
Liberty-W H Hen
Madio-J H Bedding, J E Blanton
Maaatue-Crawford P Parish
Marion-William K Zevadski, William
J Chambers
Momaroe-Joseph Y Porter, E W RusMel "
Nassa-ohn G MeGriffin, AJJohnson
Orain- William L Palmer, George W
Oceola-J W Watson
Pasmo-H F McBRe
Polk-J L Clare, M S Dowden
Putnam-Joha P Wall, Frank MeRea
Sata Roe -Erest Ames, J H Harbell
St. Joh-JemW ubrP erct
Sumtsr-"4C B Koonme
Suwasmme-B F Unetead, J H Grant
Taylor-C E Buekworth
Volssia-T J Sparkman, C L Smith
Wakual-Joha Whaley
Waleow-D Oampbell
Wass- aon--ftep.hen W Anderson

It Mar Cost Tur lit.
Already preparations are being made
by visitors to return North, merely be-
cause, as they say, there will be very
little more cold weather at home, says
the Jacksonville Metropolis. Well, we
are not in the hotel or transportation
buslans, but it seems like tempting
Providence to return to the land of snow
and ice now from one of bright skies and
al sumeshine. Sensible people, the
bast fflicted with pulmonary or other
diseases alected by by climatic changes,
should know that they forfeit all gained
here during the winter by a hasty re-
turn home. It would have been better
had they not come at all, as the change
on return cannot be otherwise than dis-
astroUs to their health. Wait until the
snow and slnsh are all gone, and your
rheumatism will not pain you when you
walk on the sidewalk at home. Wait
Ltu the cold, chilling winds cease to
MOw, and your cough and sore throat
wlnomt return a week after you are at
home. You came to Florida to escape
the chilly blasts of winter, and to regain
lost health incident to overwork and
age, and why risk a too early return and
a loss oftll gained? Life without health
is '01Dy worth living, and it will do
you W harm to remain in Florida until
thbin forces perspiration. Thousands
ae died th after reaching home
l season South. by in -
Sihey imagined th-mselves
wS"or io much improved" that
Pp&MU4to fear. mWith ewed
USitahit restored health a sud-
Ilik, a return of old complaints
n pand death. Be wise, and
t.o l your Mf by returning North
a week or two too early. It isdangerous.

0. Mwtse Mat
heafted 34
And oculist's opti
sin lormatd at Atu

IegUutl& m IUA Uar IIOleyU Um Ie, mo bww --t -.wq
mediately starts out to fnd the editor, ke!Ch street, Daytoi
and the two men leave the sasatum and It is of the gieates
walk silently and thoughtfully down the 'glasses and frames i
street together, the business man taking scientificc optician.
sugar in his, and they both eat a clove the net class of v
or two, and all life is sweeter, and peace profession. Years o
settle down on their hearts for a mo. enables ea to corn
meant. Such is the experience of seed that fraction. Speelal al
falls upon diffepnt soil." children, andfio ftti
plicated cases. I h
improvements for ex
PILES OF PEOPLE the eye. A scientific
testify to the merit of AXxNa 5ALv3 in eye is made free of ec
curing piles. It immediately relieves and, line of optical goo
vuikly cures. No other salve eo hbeaeling gkaes repaired.
r. J. L. Jonas s. asly.r

reens, the Col-s
cian, of New York,
*ood's drugstore on
t importance to have
properly fitted by a
I am prepared to do
work known to the
f practical experience
ect 'any error of e-
ttention Is given to
ng difficult and corn-
ave all the modern
mining and testing
:examination of the
barge. I carry a full
ds. Spectacles and
For a ebort time





New line summer W
clothing, the "Satc-
tion brand," just re-
ceived. % W P P

Trunks and Valises, Trunk Straps and Many
New Goods Just Received. v P *

Yours to Please,


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Fresh Meats, including BEEF, PORK, SAUl.A.E, VEAL, CORNED BEEF,
In fact everything to t- :und in


An Up-to-date Meat Market, 4
at Lowest Prices.
ACH STREET pear South Bridge; next Door to the Bank.
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Has a Select Stock of.....



Perfumery and Fancy ToL;t Artcles.

DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during business
hours; office hours, Sundays, 9.00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.

We are Headquarters on







SFeed -- Grain.


Third Building South of Postoffice.


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sp-.i d no th ma*to= r herat4

T.he maa t w1 att orns weeI Wnfin*lhWO
bellvui have *em killeby6aste*w

.aconics. ..-. p
M..H... -at Moore Bros. 1s. Pho1mix 8v~m~ri. Palms $1.00. E |
7 .Wa '.h .. y! kto E. N. Walduron
Ge.l. mM of Po Prk, w bert of Rachel, N.C" w I- "I
Daytoos vbm orWedmeryo. eodlelusDit ,3T Cldo, and then
WrChole bread, pi and cas at. isI*th a equa lto .a1aeDd I M. thnIFskyn1 JearJ .tr
Km 018e~a, n the 0liL bSaoubstitoet. Dr J. u. Jeaws.
d' *Lite th Wa celebrated bher.4 *-
The a h..obm ar e toe tay. fourth birthday Thweeday by giving a Week b*egAhraiy hAMuY r
Good Atsts and road a. nM- to about My of her young ng.s --

tmach mare in blonoo, and tfrom aefaMM. g.q.....i. .... ,
t. p1mmlof t blooms -t looks a the an .t ofio e* "2 1s e -e "
-To- --- a itt be s ay of de ra ien i lo p ...rofm Thoday...f I

ok foara No"taB Mrof dIuti mad amofltlon, annd thia F 4 .
Da w opa o eumio ts year m Rpbs pwe blood. Me 50 ceut. Dr. J. rdy................--
M th aid Meoals.to 1im 1W. M.LJoms. sw
*r1 habig B r.ed, white -and John" Pedrel was- own Tuweday. wMte khR pita, p~ Iomns d Bi- o i the aterest of the Ohiawaha Tesday....................... T
l beaus. EBquir of C. D. Sdly M. D., aeamboat HsM but ham inace been ap. Wed.mln .. ............... n
hams.Bmem, l. paited traveling passengewr agent of Thatuday M.'
Aveyou on ,ata-lith,"and hbar S *...m -; .-ro.
by a bad coughT Um Baau e Heou. Chld-w. who are tro bledwith.wormm "" .......i4 -Ia i N- p s.- .
moms Svwr, It wIl mec- you *Umad a .- Pt e 1the fUtl by isb, u s .* -
dteep, -ad *et P prompt and radical low teep, be" ble rings wound t tr NOAH AF'TXERT H 1p THET WOS -f --
;Wi, Prim. 5 and 60 coats. Dr. J. KM. es. ad diem, veurlieappettea, and Plaited tV iae th5-l o- S tW 60 i
-JLoms. .iAkthe e..o WWaro's Cam"x Va..o- DnostlwheafltyIl t. s .-' ,'t
Daytva ib, to ue a bit of apprpriate A2l d tM. Para_ rtS ,Pe t od
-- mnwk Pri cn3 r ae. Dr. J. M. Joan. $b U. S., a n s @.
log, "a woder." Th who coom grape wi U. frm..e .
h fworthe A l tim e a .oniuhed at hm wer four Ame.ricns s Palm and fully mated by gues ,t 'e
the bmt &W m elegave. "Se Pari sad Bnh thefirst of thiseweek whose com- uab
Jleibs U onw. Com to Dnotowt.l wealth is more than that of any
tlive. *t la nthe world. and M far -as h is- I FROT BITES ANDCI LA
T.edr wl mof d yrtoy labes. nothing heretofore ras ever quickly cured by nAtN1 -
you are ot e tilsd after using Chu.m. their aggregate Ia riches. Every J ons ree-. dW..- ."M* '.
berlil's Stomach and Liver TTab crowned head on earth could be bought:
The disorder ofthe stomach, bll. and sold by them twice. wa-Ba.
&o-memo. nostipation and haodaeb. e Reliable man fbr miaEtr at, BrW -
Prim- ..5P ISample ee. ,"* O ffcl e we wish to open t thli
CrfibgsM.s to be the popular cInf Hrisg bought thrxr buIn0. of If or record IsO. L hiem is ai-
game at most of the hoteh, s.ad especial- Jesie C:tonug we expect eo keep ft up uty, nly give good .
at the Palmetto. Mr. Evans hold .te to the high standard required by the' wTrig. TE A. T. MOREu M,.
*hPlM=ipat that boo, but occs- trade and we would respectfully ask the oALF HOU$E, Clinatt
aomify loons a gmeas canmbe ames by continued patronage and support of old treated catalogue 4 cent st w 1 -
Seipiniea on his f c. cn etomers as well as a trial by those who'
Psmequently amsdents ribthehousehave not traded with as or Mr. Longs. -' .
hold, w~~~M-eeumbrnntsa-praand hdlnetal om r. Longe wiltire n with 1" -
bnd ~ rm in'1 t*h mse a's d wit contimeW to goe you his p- _t" ..... "
w Iaiwr hbas for ma y years been t e attention a'msanmL Thanking you In OOU
thew co ~ family remedy. Price 25 advance for your support, we are DO E
S50emt. Dr. J. M.Jonme. rtipctlly.p MOaMOx & SErR.
A. Trowel met with a painful ac- L -
hoae fek Port Orsauge. When about Thi disease, always results from a cold
a ile from there the bggy poledropped or an attek of the grip and may be pre-
to N pound a nd tA hbor started to eated I the timely me of Chamberlain W.A" 0
r, draggtag Mr. Trowei plong the Coogh remedy. That remedy was ex- 3agsefl8 i-mL*111' SpeolaL p h
grmd~~ mnd bruelite his dde and foot. nMsivly need during the p"idemice of La
Grippe of the pow low year., and not a
Th othes r B Ia hs 0 us p o e h ""eae as eve*<- r been- rported.ta A S *m m ^_- 1ta
a nsw tran froms St. Augelas.knowni
another '-icago mm l "or Sec'a"d idntmo WoverY or that resu ted in ponew- b e k 'i ii t'.
.^ o. m onat, miwhic h shows I t to be a certain|
pmewuI e. of *sS dangerous dise-1_
W- Seeo and rates my mbe obtained by ,Caghre'sC mey has gained
6 '.No-Walte 'T. Cra relig Wi w ":'ie utat' -:SCHM I 5 V. cA :--
GT. Vher, 157 O0ood 10 ., e.C o, 101011. In located on the Hallfa Brier. ht eommbi *a adst atrmthiu ewu .b4h-
Sm- My wb ba a ry sewe ewaw r o f W ft kaowa i*b after sixty today a no r os a cm he .--II
l gsipat ih lhfte wlirtbvery4. tb& Ip O -o^f tlhis- notie, the under. gle or ensite. A anew diql ha$ i
cough. he trill a %ousb of wxaLr's t f sunny exposure and is light sad i
sMiW. aSO mat oteole cuted her sough or being the '1uKioouni river. o mfor.f a comveapis : mm Te S. je.
tty." Tak no substitute. Dr. J.M. h orodingl i tabAe unow tsbabEb..
on td. Poua2 X zf ha bIB i a

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~shSellhft" P~ Trab Thr ougOhbwug
Intmsut is heCh@Iug 17 Vjboommue.ft Aug OM 6m

Dkds(~w -W

ftn *aims chbSn mdel"=a 01mmtiamon Ior amtw
s. -~~~ Pum~~~W.a. S-wa.a.

Ocein In Portagal at the Rio Porto
The rugged hills with projectiog rocks of Irow i d1
metalalg a large quantity Oi irn," make it impommabl00e. I
Weham athe eranas have toibeharpra. iedt tetm .-m~lvm w

A batch of fourteen were up befo reatem aI'cior jbys san- 35U. mta s MSr er laren@
tMayor L mak stssafo bore bo C.at-ihs pern"OK, m5 wath" do dteomusief
e b-i a we -OeWd ConradR T. LIR." Bodger, Porter Lo BM A
oe doar MNd costs, amoe dgtow ae ,T .John Detwier. B.r --
dolat sub. The matter has ocwssied -
hamddmrle commsemt and the mayor A FIREMAN'8 CILO CALL. -

tofo tofordina~o w. wth pain," writes C. W. Bellamy, a lo-
Them am people at winternesort hbote comotive fireman, of Burlington, Iowa. F 2 m
so inco=**t said nmeanomlsb taht "I was week add pale, without any =hrs
O comphi at the oce on R ainy d ays appete and all ran down. As I *ae 4t,,0
bemmm.there inano nahls m in th esun about togive up, I got a bottle of El-.... -
parlor. Last eason a woman at one estate Biskstw after taking it, I felt S
of the otAe made q itv a distarbeae well a I evri id ti .y life*" Weak siek- F flo i K t Co t
beeamee thee was not an orimtal rug on ty run dowa people always. gain new R o
h bedroom oor. he s aid she had strength and vigor from their use. Try R
d a the rooming tChe baea we wtm.-guaranteed by Dr. J. -B-ott-in
O sn msoalosoehd. No doubt Jome. Only 50 wets.
or umalm earpets t am IPerion Boor C W14MMW
cWe others* !s- would not h ave, The of A o m *. imn iwi
sathe am em1. i"made a fWL" The onSALF1116SPE
OFFI E sad BOTTLI" NG WORK-- ei-AN ., .w IP.0 B W- the Ploucer wine grower of New Jersey wose Port rape wine
doott hir.money's worth, is as* C d Ma r, PSdy rivals the world, imported the Port Grape a
asolutely d.--Metr.'polls. VALar sr~s, SEA BREEZE, ___ _____- rue V. and planted vineyards in the Paic ValleN. J. Tis
., county. ew Jersey, is identical to that of d'Memti&a
LA GRIPP QUI TXLY CURED. M k Candl. A 00 Mltp* in thessi ew J eso rS Vaa ea9te
'In the winter of 1.s and 1899 I was mJlUtatJ 6 GP a red to the wivuo Passaic valleyblowt ae
take dow with a wmrettkof what r3 N carted to the winnejn thtowM of Pasio ls
SC r i L .W F. Hw e i --Ai onTA .m batwoen rollers made of rubber, which do ., br ak hl-u-sed
mi mOde into wmine.
nealtedlelm was two bottles of All my condles warranted to be perfetly R"ugh and b p1 w* of Se b.,. .e .o .d Saver at
t "0 o Rough anu D ress4. A aia ttn

0 g0i a. nversina e- anut v r- U imenir, L .at, wi that It 6 allowed years to mature

S nof dee e saosod temo.ft Pic, -N.. The reputation of Speer's wines as a valuable
m sIwI e *o tho emP O. I P.--ic-s _, _-- _- st ev @ w s l d.p_ W d rd
ar m .mrnw H.F. THOMPSON. Ipmm oaMOims a -s- Wgo it Q wm-exensaon thernd....s.
omuso. Pe--n-bbyIt W'Grorem. and Druggists seU Sp outw,


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b bu Tub.. -m.m -i,-.-ir a.... a- j. t" s sud ing.,o k e. To n D epS E.
al:. s of ete,~Ph.,l1 of yalw gw oow 08 a M WIm C-- e m -' R TBOY, ,tP ETOR.
S-wt hi n to sue T- h ._ .l p -wt R ,i itll lh & VolAiN AvW. ner the POht OMe
S... mi .Habb wam Doctora- sII% t o Va try Scott s Eftid. "|. DI p' I. lr lohExe Int taE H le
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"Mn esn.. s. i e.se: f. so I" M a.. a .I 'I N O F1LORIDA.

.. aM.. .. T. .. ..e w tT eosj y-will do no harm. .
I. dry m oPub* i 1.. ma memo 11PeW meo The.way, to cure a disease
lif sW fs sne P00 uuasn at 6* to stop its cause, and help
Gas ".,s mete. wea ae rimt 1 i- the body get back to its habit, vanl ne.

A .mahuwrd. at.btea bU3 W ta health.
W. W. ,mpew ofa-.l s- ma" s "m mm. m .t-he' Scott's Emulsion of
Ut, a. ...na 3m ,, ..w b .a IS the Vo. O lbu t 1 0.1L ",0 a a,. o o
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..rao mtketh Mharche of eln.t' Ha Jwse L AACT W0AE Ws hEW TOME so.0 CLOSE
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th abptsl fA oy ft Catp brese se trato d weekly newspaper' PXItN@L -. ..
specIal 10M.' daIr i w'-" --y'e now'placinerepresentatives NA 0 L
Oe.ral a ge .A very.post oin Florlda,oad :,a.NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA& ST. LOUIS Ry.
daire to W uM the a errie of capable
n ow Oeveaepme2e. hustling agent* in each of the following 7
Th DOapm ft 4 1innIM# a th towa of Volusla county: Bereford, Day- 1
tiw. toeselAos prings, Emporia, Har- Western & Atlantc Ralrad.
oes w Wbhr dk s w ood, Orange City, Pierson, Sowille,
l pardetMltl B Am-rk. mathbe Speg 6rdem aid in such other town. *"DIXIE: F"L.YER ROUTE"
"ml. The Amil& Pw st e' as am aOt airedy supplied. The work Y TRAI
he b bwbeh t *n _f te opreolfttb md pleasant A portion of DOUBLE DAILY TRAINSTOI
of P 1- 0ud lpg0k _n i. a mev nday oy i required. Over 5.000 MEPHI
sal mde > Ohe dw a ilM ld thcd o-doamdoinmgsplendidly. No money LOUIIUZ.
Amse or twhe ,em ay esr w iatired.Eerythmg in fur. ATIt-

a w owiY. Isoll e d -.the% Pap esarit paid a. ttiMaNsdgCAacegea, v t aso. mgoof *l"Ro..
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&if- lt NStL I. l notchaged for. Write to Grit, www.r dwr 0
emee a ofpwasmtor mauehe and D WMu rt p&., C. E. HARMAN, Gen.Pam Agw TOM M. DOYLE, Pa. PsM.. AMpt, W
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lo 4 t exrb~i tna ed fo a he St osn&iat o VlHol neyn a I ao Iy o coughs

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.tWUM Schedule Eltctive Feb. 8 sa m4smuon
No. 4 I No. No. 1 INo. 8
8:10 pm &380 a Jarksonville (A. V. A W.)..........Ar 8:10pun M80 aa
1:5 pm 1155 m Ar............Vaidoes (A. V. & W.)............Lv 4:45 pm 4:10 am
4:10 am 5*5 pm-Ar........ ......Maon (G. 8. F.) ,v 11:15 am 11:18 am
7.25 a 8:10 pm Ar Atlanta (C. of G.).............Lv 8:00aim 7:50pm
i: p 1:-.m*Ar-..... o (W A A....Lv 4:05 am 80pm
6: p 5:35 am Ar .........Nale(N.C.t.L.)...........LvlO0:55pm 9:30 am
625 am 7M4 pm Ar..................St. Louis (I. C.) Lv 8:36 am 10:15 pm
7 p 7.00 am L..........Navit (N &. St. L.)..........Ar M:3l5 pm -905 am
l:4p 12:10 pm Lv Martin (I. C.) .Ari 3:55 pm 5:1-5 am
........ Ar Chicago (I. C.). Lv;.. ...... 6:10 pm
Yn 5:48 an Lv Nashville (L.. & N.) rl 10:42pm 8:30aam
O am 950m am Ar Rtamsville (L. & N.)..............Lv 6:35 pmi 3:15 am
Sam 50 A ............Chieogo (C. f E. I:)..............Lv1105 ami 7:00 pm
No. 4-, r, th Pullman Balt Sleep re between Jack.
nhw Central L R., making direct connections fq1 all points inthn. West and
No. 8-DAY EXPRESS, cai through Pullman Buffet Ske tu between Jack-
ville and Chicago, MviaNashville, Evansville and Chicago & stern Illinois R.I.
Anl ewiMc promptly aswered ad lat.elng Car Benna niserved. Will be glad
Sperfagn t de0ot I uJeeaeRuvtlie or my ooe 2MJ West Bry street. Drop ne a Line.
ALT-m HAwxiss, Gen'l Apnt Tratbe Department, Jacksonville, Fla.
J. C. HIL.u GeMral Paamaer Agent, Savannah, Ga.
E. Hrieoix, Tramic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

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