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
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: March 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00075895
Volume ID: VID00375
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits,

Hay, Grain and Provisions.


FIRST CLASS REFRIGERATORS IN ISE.


3ts for W. L. Douglass Shoes

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SThe eC meneetingealled to
ways and means to secve and Improv
a cmetery, held in the Opera Hom Fri.
5 day afternoon, was called to order by
Rev. Arnold at4:30p. m. in absee of
ny E. G. Harris, chairman of committee.
Mrs. Mary Thompson was elected tc
IC- act as chairman of the meeting, and Mr
E. G. Harris. secretary.
ev. Arnold presented the report of the
k committee, which was as follows: TYou
committee having carefully inpected &I
es available places for a cemetery, can me-
ommend none as superior to the onenow
XC on the peninsula at dea Breme, and an
of the opinion that if it can be purehaed
DtU at a reaonable pricm, it would be the
most convenient place for the people re
siding in Daytona.
&O On motion the report of the committee
C was received and adopted. Frank T.
Peck moved and weoned by Mr. Arnold,
Sc that a committee be appointed to for
mulat ? some plan by which the cemetery
0O can be secured and improved. Motion
carried-voted that the same committee
Scontisting of Edw. G. Harris, D. D. Rog-
er, Rev. C. M. Bingham, Rev, Arnold,
W. M. Moore and E. T. Conrad be re-
S tainted to formulate such plans. Meeting
then adjourned subject to tbecall of chair
San of committee-- TumaDAn d HAum,
75 SRcTAtLY.


Gresifwood Ceoeaees.
)c Ed itor GazrTTr-NLws:
At tie tmetU ry meeting held on Friday
of last wiek notice was given of the or-
ganization of a stock company to devel-
ope Greenwood cemetery, which was
partly opened ytais ago on West Second
avenue. The company also promises to
open up roads for suburban drives. The
grounds are located on a rising piece of
land beyond the hammock on Second
Avenue, west, and are covered now most-
Sly with second growth of oaks, bays,
hollies, hickories and magnolies.
The drives and walks are already par-
tially laid out, and about twenty-five
bodies have already been interred there.
The drive to thcse grounds is across the
tirst optn pine island, thence through
Sthe dtnse ovi ranging magolia, oak and
m n tier, making a delightful shade in
thesLnuniei-till3ou(one to the risirg
Ground wcet of the hammock, high and
dry-but with beautiful ek arspringes just
A street titty f't-t wide will be cleared
on the four tiidt of the grounds to avoid
danger of tirn and to ol.en up a pleasant
drive; oine \ill ah1o be oieued on tLe
wItt bide of the zidge running south
along the border of the long pond on the
ridge road to connect with the Daytona-
D.-Land road at Mount Arrat, of which
this ridge is a continuation north.
It is contemplated by the projectors to
rel-air Second revenue where needed, re-
feuce the ten acres now enclosed and
open the grounds for businew by next
winter, and in time if necessory, add
another ten acres on the north; the comn-
S pany realize that as many people come
here to die the old cemetery in a very few
years will be too crowded and not
enough available laud in the vicinity to
6 provide for its needs.
I The stock company will ask the co-op-
eration of the public in developing thee'
grounds, the company to elect trustee'
to take charge of the business.
E. N. WALDON.


Aneat the Cm***te.r
ELIITOR GAzETTE-NEwS:
At a m eting on Friday. the 8th., a re-
port waq mad by a committee ap-
pointed last summer to look forthe most
convenient pla.e for a public cemetery
for Daytona. You have that report in
your columns to-day, but I think read-
erh will like to know what stop the com-
mittee took, and why they arrived atthe
conclusion now reported. We considered
and visited several place and gave pub-
lic notice that we desi. l to have any
suitable location brought to our notice
We found no place on this side river.
which seemed satisfactory. We visited
the old cemetery about a mile west of
town but we thought the soil unsuitable
for the growth of grass and ornamental
i shrubs. thb surface being a poor scrub
land; but the greatest Irawback seemed
to lie the hlng lonely road leading
through the colored settlement of Mid-
way. For many reasons, such as soil,
natural Ibauty. situation of a good hard
%\ell frequented road, and long usage, we
tlithougbt the l'inewood cemetery much
the moIst dit-ieable. if it could be acquired
at a reasonable prkie. Since making that
i eort tl.e I rice of that csmett-rv has


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latio or friends would fel that their
lot rating ples was pop- y eard for.
8omany -nide'm of Daytom a have been
buriedthee that a large portito of the
inhahoMafstofthe town have late.
-t inathe plew and would cotium eto
bury their dead ttr, eve if saother
emetery were opeed.
It ewems thebdo to the meting that
a stock company ought to be formed at
on to p-ebwa the property aad make
w necsini7ry Improsssews. The corw
mitte think that stock to the amount
of $3000 would be oeuSit and that the
ShaMbe lftd at ten dollars, so they
might cofewithin the nme eof all who
hams Ia i in the !1. It would
Mih bailitate matters if ay persona
Awo i wilOf to take stoek would
write at Ms tom or me other mm.
her of the committee and state what
amountof toek he in willing to take.
We want to determi n a soon as pos-
sible whether the plan we propose can be
carried out. I am, Yours truly,
C. W. AUOLD.
St. Mary's Rectory, March 12th.


What T ek Ccla Dad ald.
The city council met in regular session
Monday night with Pres. Bingham in the
chair. Adermen Conrad, Wicking and
Foster were present. A number of bills
were passed on: Mason & Wall Co. w :r,
allowed $17.22 for feed forthecity mules;
Tom Martin got $12.50 for work on the
street; J. L Cole received $2.00asspazi
poliW; the miyor paid out $1.00 for hav-
ins tg hose dried and was re-imbureed;
the Standard Oil company was allowed
$1540 for a drum of gasoline; the city
clerk was allowed $12.50 as salary for
February anad $1.00 for postal; W. 8.
Rodgers got $40.00, his monthly salary;
the bill of Bingham & Thompson of 93$88.
26 for insurance on the city buildings
was allowed; I. Humphries was given
$37.50, salary for February; 8. Bennet.
the man who keeps the city illuminated,
forgot to light the lamps two nights and
as a consequence $2 was sliced off his
salary, making it $28.0O for February;
the bill of J. Bratt for blacksmith work
was referred to the street committee, and
that of Bond & Bond Co. was referred to
them for an itemized account.
The petition presented by residents and
property owners of First avenue aftem
bjing read was referred to the street com-
mittee. A petition from H. Y. Stillman
for a drain from the old Stowers prop-
erty to the river was called from the
table and oa motion of Alderman Wick-
ing, second by Alderman Conrad, was
allowed. The mayor suggested that here-
after all sewers put in for drainage bW
done under the supervision of the mayor
or marshal as some persons were inclined
to use sewers put in at the expense of the
city for drainage purposes for other uses.
D. A. Blodgett made a request of the hon-
orable body to have ditch in front of his
residence cleaned out and the street fixed
and stated that he and Mr. Michall
would stand half the expense. The mat-
ter was revered to the street committee
Mr. Blodgett also complained that glass
and other rubbish had been dumped on
his premises, and the council discussed
the matter of finding a ert -" .-I
be ia a city dumping ground. The
,ayor volunteered to try and find a place
and the matter was left in his hands.
The mayor also stated that the ordi-
nance compelling the automobiles to run
at six miles an hour was rather hard on
the company and suggested that the or-
dinance be changed to read "eight" in-
stead of "six." Alderman Foster made
it into a motion which was seconded by
% Iderman Conrad, and on vot -..a.
mayorr had a"*' .. good sugage
iton, and tuat was that the city be di-
vided into fire districts. It was moved
by Alderman Wicking and seconded b>.
Alderman Foster that the city be divided
into five fire districts as suggested and
that same be covered by ordinance but
until such tim* the mayor is authorized
to carry the matter out. The motion
carried.
It was then moved by Alderman Wick-
ing and second-d by Alderman Foatei
that the street committee be instructed
to widen Beach street and allow nine feet
for sidewalks and a reasonable width foi
street, same to be done at once. Th.
motiom was carried. There b'.ing nj fur-
ther business the council an!oued.


Seetheran' Msall Train.
The Southern Railway b-gining Feb
ruary 23rd shottened the schedule of it1
north train, here IUitetd Stutes Fao
SMAii, to Jacksonville at 7.20 a. i. in
stead of 9.25 a. m. as therebefore. Thi.
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-. .I.".. -' 1 improve a senue w ui iutiei ue alp
be-n l wcdrt to $700 for 240 feet by proved by every okn. Mails coming b.
6'4 fi-t. On the east sideof it lies a piece mta Southern will therefore arrive trot.
of land of nearly the same dimensions the North some two hours earlier tha.
whi.h (ol. Post offers for $500. The heretofore, and this will prove very a,
Scptable to the newspaper reading pulb
t%%o toqth,.r would form a cemetery li. ani to the personAs having North.-r
large enough for Daytona and Sea Brem-e correspondents. The s.helule also in-
for many yeanr to come. and if it were soues connection to Jacksonville witt.
prolrlv fencehd, with go td roads laid trains to the Southern part of the Stat
for both mail and passengers. This bet-
i out and beautified by grwas, ornamental ter schedule is the result of the mail ap-
Jhrubs and trees, and people who go to propripation just made by Congreft
Lury or viei: the burial places of their re fora continane of the qui.a m e aI r-
Tice by the Southern Bailway.


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New line aninmmep-
clothing, the SatSfc
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Trunks and Valise, Trunk Straps and Maty
New Goods Just Received. A A A P


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Yours to Please,


oore Bros.


FOUNTAIN CITY PHARIIACY,


CORNER BEACH STREET and ORANGE AVENUE,


HmasaSelect Stock of.


DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,


COMBS AND TOILET SOAP8.


Perfumery and Fanc, Toi.t Art.cles.


DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted proesionaily during business
bours; oef hours, Sondays, 9.00 to 10:80 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:80 p. m.


"SSCHMIDT'S VILLA:-
Is located c a the 1alifax lirer. It eomadmle a mot aractive view is every dir.
action and ro fuer location ecan be found in this vieiit. During the summer the
house has t s!enlagieud by the addition of a wi on e south side; the rooms are
single or er suite. A new dining room has been flt on the south side giving a
sunny or jese and is light and ceheeul. TI parlor, ae, hal aMd rotada have
been ee'irged. Baths and lavatories have been added and everything dom e or the
con* ,rt and Conv ms of guests. The all i oM hundred feet long. The Cisimn
i., n charge of a compete ehe andit the especial aim of the management to
keep the table up to aits moal eelleaee The hboe is three boctks aerth of the de-
pot. and convenent to the Post Ofeo, Chrelhns, Sehootlsetc. and te within& a mile
f the ocean with its magnificent beach for wheeling, driving or autotag. Rates
.50 per cay. $10.00 per week and upwards, according to location.
Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.


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~we iei appri-ciated. and
filh-d in ia thoroughly sa.tisfa.--
tory nmahflr.
Orar GaoerIos Are Itilh
Grade
fr.:and l l i .r.t v~d~ion.
l-ulwv*I~s t al! hild l le*WLivi .;
~t'4:.~ lt t Ip tig~xie. Ktel
t 3't, III~ 11. .~ios revived
f'oa ~ Xo ...j: -to-av are in
Iosifirm '.i' to xuorro~v.
(soul:*itvail th'-se pric -S
m~akze r; ktd livelY.
114-t 1,.:x Iut ti r at 30 ) v&jid
pe~r Ipuud.
Frealvisi.,egs atit 20tat d7A-u.

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MASON & WALL CO.


Third Building South of Postoffice.


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UM&SWOG% 00 10 #W CNAC rLORIDA.


C. C. Barnes


ALL KHNDS %P


S-sMljpoer Neitof n-m -


Magadaun
Sew.tg Machines
Window Curtains
0l and Water Colon
Arst's Brshes


Ma-
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DEALER IN


Newspapers
FiUMing Tackle
Bird Cages
Mat Boards
Drawing Paper
Musical Goods
Clocks
Toys
Baskets
Candies
Bike Supplies


EDWARD m i quRaALD,

isbecrif~an. St-% pwr Tm. in Advame.
Advertisig Resins -A*0ealesi.m
'Enternd at the Partocke at Daytona. Floridia. m
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lut, *Wednesday 12145 1.:0
"Loa U.VUCOnihCS. Thsa 1:85 1:51TO UK.
pFos S Ngood wagon, J. L.Odum.lFriday .. 2:25 2:40
Fo SAL- gooad waon, Joh. n Odam. o saturday 3:19 8:81
All kinds of printing done on short "O
notice at the Gasm-r-Nzws printer. "
W-Choice bread, pies and eakes at Thom pson ri t
Mrs. Gramlin's, opposite the Bidgewood ads, AlMA.N s 1 P
hoteL #5 p Can. dy Makeri lett w.
Nusmmysr m 3-satsuma, Parson VALLEY STszT, SEA BREEsmZ I NT rI, i
Brown ad Pineapple Orange 30 centsI
apiece. Phoenix ilyveetris Palms $1.00. MaNat t his Catndles will be oe ie e
asror _orw.a -ft
Apply to E. N. Waldron. retall modI Ni I2Sta* i
Charles A. Shinn and son, John B., of Ald aBo _-
Chatanooga, Tenn., caught 46 trout in For informatlo4 Os to
the vicinity of Pelican Island one day,
last week. The total weight of the Ish All my condies warranted to be perfectly F. M. JOLLY, Divi--io- Ps=sa..gw AgeA 116 lAfw, P-
was132 pounds. freshandpure. I make a specialty of W.B.DENBAMG- meral kper- tm-- l
In pulmonary trouble, the direct act Peanut Brittle, Salt-water taffy, cream iam, Ga.m b
Of o AILAR MAnfl ISAORIMOI"ND SYR P Ulpoll .. .


110 liD the throat, cheat and lungs. immediately candies. 6top in and see me. Sign over
arrests the malady. by relieving the die- the door. A
cDuAmA.0tes, cutting the phlem and freeing the :-
__ b..... Vocal and breathing organs. Price 25
S. and 50 cent.. J.M. Jone H. F. THOMPSON.
Gorton's Minstrale held down the
]E-- n oeA boards at the Opera House last Satur-
P riava A-D Y U UI day night. The company is playing on g .J
reputation more than anything Sm fir nH. A. Gray. *t o t most of the "gags" being somewhat ar
"'cbeetnutty. s y Yearl.
m Oak kMd asaSm 8ueml., PALATKA, FLORIDA Persons who lead a life of exposure are! Men and women of good address to repr-
subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and !'not s. AU ta na iis tU Door. wil ot1erq for anu work loikin *after onr in-
A s Cr Plss the Dorw. lumbago, will nd a valuable remedy in tereohs. $9W i.itry garnniteed yearly; ex-
BALLED 8 SNOW LINIMENT; it ill banish ,em tIIiad huIe. txpend ehace i ra a
TERMS R ASONABLE. pins and subdue inflammation. Price 25 earnest man or woman to s.eure pleasant.
i rwrmaneit po-iion. liberal incowce and fa-
.........and 50 cents. Dr. J.1 M. Jones. ti re. New. buiml linet i. Writo atonee.
STAFFORD PRESS. Now Haven, CON&l
HT.] PAL MTr yTO /0-L. Kxhoebe-perger, of Chicago. hisSTAFsFO PRlS. Now s_.___ 51f .
TH E-PALM ETTO ________..
T PA purchased from the Bordon heire a trict I AM U Sr. M. A9 9 W EM M _
C. 0. C a mU l JN. Proprietor. of land near th Clarendon lun, upon WANT .
which he will erect a hotel during the Reliable man for manager of Branch 0 0A AFM0O
t OW OPEN POt GUESTS coming summer. Mr. Kochersperger ij Offlee we wish to open in this vicinity
said to be a man of considerable wealth If your record is 0. K. here is an oppor- T
ehotbd tb oM mfla from thetean sad fronts on the beautiful Halifax River and will erect a very fine building. tuity. Kindly give gwxT refece when
S atg bh bleydi tad driving, making it amoat dsirblePlace to Mrs. C. E. VaDeusen.of Kilbourn, Wi ritniE A. MORRISi WHOLE-
q""u tde witer. DAYTONA. FLORIDA. wa. afflicted. wWnteu troubleuniSALF HOUSE, Cincinatti, Ohio.Elll- w
S-was afflictediatio with stoma.nu trouble an trted catalogue 4 cent stamps. fTheO W Uxlei Tras T r I -- s
Sconstipatio for a long time. She saym, ti* stere TraA.a
FOUNTAIN C I have tried many preparations buts JacksonvlleStoaudNm at. onIy s9 ra St. I .)g 11 1
nonehhave done me the good that Chani- S. J. MEADOR,
FOUNTAIN CITY HOUSE. i A&SO ,^' orb.JEDJrY y
Sberlain's Stonmae 'and Liver Tablets I M K
__ .bhave." These Tablets an. for sale all BOOT nn.l SHIIOE MAKER. TIEK N WW M i' At= Z---
+Kiw Aw>K 4- druggists. Price 23 cents. Sample free. a r STAi
NOW UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF Here is a pr oription for alairina ivn ii aness g a pcia11y
by an exchange: 1 oz warsclihu iun, I oz North BeaichSt.. iext to Tea Pot Grocery
Leon Despland. of dateenigeligeletterenuatedrukk ..2oz --- THE CHIC-AGO AND
.s asrtte L ? HOS waardooro"tkzonmniige. 3 oz verzkeroil- Da yt a Ic Co
motoijn 4o 4 ,,Z i ,, Daytona Ice Co.
Fr wts Managar ot the PALMETTO HOUSE, te Mix well, the thoroughly dissol. W. W1 iCKIN.. Manager. I IA L
DAYTONA, FLA. into ten gallons of -"blind tigor" or moon (nily except Slmday.)
shine corn liquor, take till it makes you ,p "erb SelM Prolim Tran Thraugh to CMmIgs Wiutt tha
cusm your mammy and bit your daddy, Jacksavile to Chicta. only 3A herun. St.i Aagplu Chicetl 3G i k
tT,,Y HOUSE then die and go to-- and the malaria Ate eii -M
TROYH OUO Wis gone. I
MIs. MARY TROYJ*PROPRIETOR. A COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. P U R E IC E Thr Vtl TMrai.s P-lld- Dm1wueP_" S-I C-_sew
Cntamllv located op Vol.ia AAvenuO near the Post Office "I have no hesitancy in veommending Coh, erfe, ct D mang Car S -er e *l -
n I l a re eat Oce chamberlain's Cough remedy ** s is Fade from Distilled Water. b T utbr swn
and Depot Nice large rooms Excellent table Moran, a well konwn and lar baker om Dtstilled Wter. JE
lato V=-aAshs. Rao $1ZO per day, $7 to of Petersburg. Va. "We have given it to p da
$10 per Week. our children when troubled with bad:l e a telad -d d maiS e r -as
il T r l coughs, also whooping cough. and it has Aal--i Ave-nl A. MMMmi Pe --. 4U
Ifalways given perfect satisfaction. It was -In&er .M .ALL
recommended to me by a druggist ns t s17 g" SHon yeTI iias9 111111 10.m La IsTAM
the best cough medicine for children as it--W
no opium or other harmful drug." Sold bom b lam- vatC W
By the by all druggist. p ^ NT 1" "IP" r -"H
S Sea. Theefleacy of newspaper advertising BOOT AND SHOMAKER. O R MS I
has been demonstrated at Bevervly, Mass. hiring neatly done. Cottage
_w____ -" .. tWherehethedFrtUniveralitotrcruii.vha l trus.- Ave., near Beach St., Daytona, Fla. __ Z W_
amd 0m ^ tees hare made a contract !or a half 1 F 2 w w a Im W ef, StW oe
of advertising space in the leading news- OCEAN HIOUSE, C* M0 I Ah,*
paper for every Sunday. This half pag,. O AiU;w n- a
SliA 5PlU FLORIDA. is usedto declare the doctrines of the! F. W. SAMS, Proprietor r
ehureh. announce the pre-achr'a mubjict'
and the music program for the next lday. Itates: S2 and Upward; Special to
O tell the people how to reach the place. I erular Boarlers. p ,
AA 1 C ool and describe the seating arrangeienits. NdWSKY The church is crowded every Sunday ----- -.. --. lin C*
**savannh une. night D Y 8 PEPTICIDE .^ .w
Sav hUne." night. DYSPEPTICIDE Manufacturers of HiXgh Grade Soda Water-All lovers
Here is the latest swindle to catch thel eetest t oDIGE TMn. Cream and Dewey Speelalties.
granger with. and it has the merit of le- .
ing perfectly legal. A land sp-.ulatorStanley All orders omptlylled. Write for prices.
comes along and offers the farmer a big OFFICE and BOTTLING WORKS-Vlusia Ave., mear F. i C. R'y station
Sprie for part of hi farm. The grang H s ... J. P.THOMAS Propritor
accept, and $50) is paid down to bin im UseouJ d vNA Pe
the bargain, the papers to b, xiade out
at the end of two or three weeks. B-foe, B. II. MOSELEY. Proprietor.
the time is up alongonmesspiculator No. Is now% olwn for guests. Centrally lo- B O N D & BD 0
2 J and wants to buy the whole fuiia at .a, .ated. fronting the Halifax River. Three
big price. The farmer bites and writes ,blocks i romi depot. One block from post MANUFPACTUR BS OP--
No. 1 offering hini. say. 400 to let himi office. This hou. -has been newly plaa- and
off. No.1 reluctantly contents to this. 'tred and painted. Rough and Dressed ine Cypress,
N- o. 2 never turns up. and the granger is DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
outY LA$30.-East Coast Advocate.er, L, Ss,

REMARKABLE CURES OF RHEMATISM.y a-
Florida to New York. Boston and the East. Teditor ofthe iditr has ha4 N.ERICKSON P"ick, Lime an C .el tleSb.
occasion to test the e "Wica>y of (oianilxT. -- -- -- of-- K-
.| lain's Pain Balm twice with th< mo~st t- /'Pox 83 Office ad Yrd: B t CPt inBalAm twice Avewtt.
Short Rail Ride to 8avannnah. markable results in ench ea'e. First: Cabinet Maker and ^ u
TR1 3 via Palatial Express ema sp frem 8SAVANNAH. FPur which he suffered exruciating pain for Fancy Wood Worker. "Yankee Doodle" Thoi prno .. ....
Ani.NW ,AON W3U5 0 to nW TOK MAKINO ] CLOSE1 ten day. which was relieved with two, o a i IrlnP.
horapplications of Pain Balm. ruhbi the o
as W ew Tek a est O Bound Lin.s aflictl and alizing i;tnstant o-fn- *ouli '. made to o,'dr. All kinds of A Fast Comfortable Launch for i Grade Taeif a eioty.
All ticket agMts arnd hotels are supplied with monthly sailing achedulesM. fit and entire relief in a very short tiim,. I'"urnitu" R,-pairing doneon short notice Suite made to onler for $18 and
Write for general inoraation, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on Second in rheumatism in thigh joint al- tt r,.ssonable price's. Charter to any Point. p; ants for and upwards.
W. H.PLEBEANTS, WALTER HAWKINS, most proetratung himi with w.vere ]ain. r Dp Fan ro bphm ad upwmbl ards.
Tre IManager, Gea'I lt. Trasc Department, which was relieve, by two applications. McCOY cottage Avee Ayo., L. ROTHERS, iT
New Pier S North Bivr, New Tork. 32 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida rubbing with the liniment on retiing at
J. W. W KIXGO, D ,ytona, Fl light and getting up free from pain. For BLAUN EN LLE coBan,' DC, o Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel
asle by all druiggat, St--t *-- -a--- el,- W OATTOO A, LORILDA. DATrOnA, FLmDA.


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. .ofe al ah d factwo of
The S ieS h ri ts~ lw* e b tM s Jo y0Me wBudi A lF l.

f .tsoed of fun at the Opera Rous FIREWORKS.

M1_ 80on'mtook pat ezp ta
sesM eMna i.m l ~1 W t eMovacher party at the Palmetto
tm wal 4*dW e o s e leg. Although the rain
SM .him ker attending about $28,
IAmra, (amm,"s .m. :' -"laimm t ihich goes to the aid of St.
It -h ge r eklisftstal, at Jacksonville.
i a-.nMM .l.... Ma.y aa innocent little darting be @af
* B. 1nto, fri, untold agony and cannot explain
ga bes so ag ItN troeples. Mark your child'ssymptoms
0iolas (M agejnjl W ft dial@ at ydwim wrad ft troubled with worms,
a BMao & l git wars'sc cmuE vamlrrG and Read the GAzmTrr-Niws.



3m Misas 3175 ,, ci 3.. U''3andDaytona, High School teams TheOld Spa
Si tobs M M of a te~ k was played at the former place *
lomkhg af er~ u M. 1kr. mi tatrday. developing, a usual, in a
--e of the -d- st printing match. DeLand won by aecore
Ins igfte= SUa N mofI S to 10. Ths gives the DeLand boys
Se belt, they having won two out of the d
Dr. 0. WaMdof Orma, bvmree x m n s.
- ulisth pbembedl mghie ..-
dW. *Ybt "Wp e i Be .- A HORRIBLE OUTBREAK.
- gfttaaldb obhb m- ftM a "OflaM or onmy little daughter"
r t t y-. dev hoped into a c s of scald- head" I-
a tplbsC. D. Isbill of Morganton, Then.,
bat BUcklen's Arnica Salve completely .
T M. L sebth aed her. Its a guaranteed cure for
,damks,, illet" as O weW t6t om,,,ma Tetter, Salt Rheau, Pimpk .les, W i
Yidt ova" 10004 ld, tMeeU maad Pbles. Only 5 centgaat
IBir w l lv. J. Dr. .M.Joms
sa d bbabe uid baartber shop has been moved of

Or. ff. _. .. l- d MItlg*-atow nnmwmd ear "Carpenters are at
,J"., a~g** ^ s ws e*fesOidanew shop on the gams I
--- -- dM- -. t%. e i& The ne w p building g l be 18 *
we wtaft Pam% I 3-wr rb W IM wll put in two porcelain bath -MN
-W iontuTbs n"dexipects to have them i raun- **
lhaus 40det oaft er n about tbwry days.
Tinw.....e" ~ eio 4! a WORKING 24 HOURS A DAY. -
Wa O-m e Ma-tws -, it TheeW 's no st for those tirelless l t l e. .
- --b b-ft- ItW I-- works'--Dr. King's New iU PIL. o
wt.h e always bou ti g Torpi d.-- olest building, in t Unted
gwi- -* Me..eraad n th e ground on which this belding t
pei. ... i. "drive The tss and property owBe of
~~J. P. Tk-am, the bf proprictgor --e B e 0. 3..g Works, taste ni-e, work wonder Try'* the" e when New Sinyrima was settled
..... .-- -- -. -. M ba ohoe opposite Mosquito Inlet. It .
....laafs..te d or other seentry i
ii YbT ernal this week truthfully state by hundreds of people every year. I1
TiS ajlsof wig to the iet that the Chicago has stood the storm.
t-e Ch wa p bwot properly advertised hIsn -
--" al pap rer ball was not so fall
Aa p--w Hll a WA- m ase atightmhave been. Mawy traveling
wlHfclHl Be l- 4gSU n ta& t in ignore the local mewupapers,
--...te .nh Md* o advance agent does not ev 'l 1
g rg CC 6L Vqo w-g 10. A W Ave" a d sad leave the kr oth and a few H
T| IuIt 1 e tmplitary ticket; sometimes they
boo" o fet at w W"eddel My send me or two tickets.
at r UeK bnt y more. Most may country ews AT
"-I"dea bon e 't: lli.PM" paper will gladly give space to bshow no- A
i*tt--lk-* gg te go ithe a buIt expect in return two ticket for PE A HOU
. -.u. Y~a" erak m m w m erof the o Seforioe. 0MPERA HOvv
1 paunW dadms m80s nh -ON YE BBACH STREEBTE

tlrw-ft.---.Wg -e-a M : IhvTe Chad the wort cough, sday "
sense^'_ s ___ M** **h* Mc~an ipphaodneea.stWt M 9
thil 4 hie t, rek of so account but proft to te
Ahiham," aM om. "* mowrow, ror. Clhambertaimn's Cough Remedy is AT EARLYE CANDLE LIGHTE.

...i .. s wr I ha ve used one bottle of t S ., com po_ it_ on, and dya o ues.

Be mo pJi hel oe ~p e. k fore vs negboure. Good muke by a
th eM wm .. --t .eek h e. I congratulate the manufactluars tf
mlKwho wg ns to kM -a honest medicine." For sale by s -all j *_
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STRIKES A RICH FIND.
"I was troubled for several years with
ge 6 lbdi estion and nervous debility,"
writa F. J. Green, of Lancaster, N.H.
"No remedy helped me until I began
sing Electric Bitters, which did me more
good thm all the medicine I ever used.
They also iept my wlhinexcellent health
Syeyams. Se says Electric Bitters are
J=t -pledid for male troubles; and
they ai a grand tonic and imvigorator
for weak ren down women. No other
--iiae can take it's place in our fain-
fly." Try them. Only 50 cents. Sati-at-
tioa guaraated by Dr. J. M. Jones.


PORT ORANGE
Dr. and Mrs. Meeker drove up to Day-
toma Saturday.
Meadames Bradley, Bomicy Winn and
Milburn drove up to Daytona.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge, Mrs. Jamison
and Miss Eldridge drove ub to Daytona
Monday.
J. B. Case is building a house tobeuused
for a store room and a place to extract
honey.


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AWate AiL-Hs O bturte hlt Mm. Taylor, Mrs.
FOAM Wad b leek ad Nh mer had a veryenjoy.
a.._ *sAP .aras m al le O trip na the "Tashe Doodle" up the
aM obb 1iWWn4 Meh W ue, "gL L& ,L E anp losa river.
S p a hsmr of fricu dime r'the' *y j* 1 On ThWe'am J. M. Dicers n-and W.B.
S- Y e .gBe@ MAJ ea tartd for Wetlak to look after
".' bWbmad made &md Ir MtM4aei Tw leek- thir e grove; they expect to be
*--Weakap" b& Ib MS. rmilg NW, opposite the saslbY N* id ftw% e1 g10 0a Oly albr days.

I- b. -r k, crw of Brooklyn, t Cav, e goiengto kave- next Tusday
Sewel ksnow to DtDsom arrdidtbed IME lto Ae S0 0Atlaae Caesi for Colormdo. We hope be may meet with
lll G eaft we- ItakF .e t| t ameo. I-ee 5-h oh h- he S- i- t1 Ms adventure.
-.Dr. O..MortoM Mar+es, theeye special- mad ht ezm deesaf. a rmuIhed. A vry pesieviug party consisting of
~ Is, at tirequest ofa amber of psMomb hwvi iin O a wt ldingd brh, Mr. sad Mrs. A. H. Carter, Mrs. Chse.
w __ sp bi oloe open tee days loner. AdhCi ----od, es rooms Harris Mm D soa, MW. H. H. Heath.
v-. s i. sihB D. D., of Phade- ra4 Up with eWS eO ~ewa=i-ee. Alied Beath ad Jak Dillon went to
.M .-t ise top h c Co r a- eia-of aof h sew amd a t lat tM obnS saturday lain. The wind
ex jclorn. a 6fsaea d mo- h ore e evios, w rowa the oMnt we-t m as they
k.and t* he cuitane is ueime bd wee on bicycles it was hard pushing.
However, having refrwshed themselves
'I A w a se.asom. with a luncheon they were able to con-
abam4na- oS bHIfpNdte0Em9c twame the journey and arrived at the light
6" iE s't-r- i nfe- house about twelve. The wind conven-
aLH f. iently remained from the same quarter
4*I C 6 6. AtoftSce Pwete.Ni eaght a so the trip home was accomplished in ano
O f ark i -we:k ane dOaadrd te.b us howr, and the enjoyment of spinning
Tow aII t att It embahemd and wil aloag without the least exertion fully
tub -d W m. bompemasaedforthe diliculty overromne
S- I I on the outward journey. Two of the
17 .1wh w AS WE GO TO -'fornae in finding two per-

A.Wbd Mr.by


PONCE PARK


Improvements are under discussion,
meanwhile, waiting for the weather to
improve.
J. E. Price. as is his yearly habit, sax
been making improvements to his al-
ready cosy home.
The "Park Houae" is all the time
crowded, often times lodgings for it*
overflow being obtained outside the
hous.'. The Pacetti House also has a
goodly number.
Our service at the school house is well
attended on Sundays. guests from the
hotel being present in agenerousnumber.
The sermon by Mr. Scammell was rich in
.pirit lore, and was enjoyed by all prem-
ant.


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tates. The Florida East Coast Railroad company has acquired powmion of
Rnde and there is some talk of tearing it down to make room for a side-track.
that anclent town have petitioned the company to let it stand but as yet the
There is no history of this building, but it and the "Spanish Mission" were
I by Dr. Andrew Turnbull. in 1765. The Rock House it situated near the river
in a very fair state of preservation and so substantially built that it would
f not torn down. It in one of the attractions of the comm unity and it visited
t would, indeed, seem a shame to destroy this landmark, which for centuries

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GENERAL AGENTS,
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IN CASH
Will be given to the writer of the BEST
O OuI.NAL ,STORY of ;.(000) words or let"]s,
to be puhliin d in th" SATtRIDAY EtrTIO.N
of the .JAKsoNVIL.LE M E'HOI'UOLIS, I"LOIt-
IDA'M 'reat evening daily.

Ten Dollars
IN CASH
Will be given for the |St;. M ];LST ORIG-
INAL STORY of ;,00tj word or lres.
CONDITIONS.
Author comnipting m;ust b.:-
1st. (itiz*ns of kloiidna. 2nd. Sibecri-
b. rs for the Satuiday M'triopolis one
year, the subtwrption price b-ing Dollar a year. 3rd. Cont& tt will rio* on
Maty first. 4th. Prizes will ho awaldid
.con May 15th.
SManiuripts will be returned (only wh-n
Ss:ificint Mtii alm.m i' seiat tO defray the
exp n-e of polstage.

A Hard ome At.as
Will be given Free to Every Subscriber
to the Sitturday -tropohis who hends
him dollar for submcription lbfore the bhrst
day of .fepteiibr'. 'i it. Atl;s is an i.p-
to-date % ork(. ( Overiniu with gl'eat i.i U-
,m N- h t,,i 1 r.m'd ii oln I( o tf l E- r lrl n *. l i .m i 1,


khijiviva1. ef %i.e liv ~ thi a vjie 4)oiour
iw'V p(Ptiwssitoti*anhidthe IhrihIma al.
Correi.;eondvnt4 ira I i.
town h, village au-l lbot( ffice ini Fhia-da.
Wrtt f( r part e'ulatrs to
ARTER & RUSSEL PUB. CO
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or o Hotel, rn dew*p Oet3M
day afternoon.
Capt. Young with MK. Young
Capt. Minot drove down from iea
last wrek. They come quite often.
W. L. McDaniel reeived a carload of
fat cattle from Hastingsthi week. This
is the Pecond carload he has received from
there recently.
Mis Milbourn came up from NewSmyvr-
ina Friday evening, arriving in time to
attend the entertainment, and returned
Sunday afternoon.
E. F. Gale, Ed. Rohrbach and Mr.Sipes
went down the river Sunday afternoon
to be gone a week, fbshing and dock hunt-
ing. They went in Elija McDanll's sail
boat.
Doctori Chittic and Mrs. Chittic, Mr.
Kalee and Mr. Thomas. Mrs. Chittic's
brother arrived last Friday and are oc-
cupying one of Mrs. Weeden's cottage
on Dun Lawton Avenue
The card party as usual was a very
pleasant affair. The social dance after
the refreshments is a very delightful part
of the evening. Mr. L. W. arn was the
hostess of the evening,
The entertainment Friday evening was
a very great success. The songs, recita-
tions. etc. by the ladies and little girls
were fine. Mrs. C.- H. Meeker is the
owner of a fine graphaphone which she
kindly loaned to the ladies. After the ice
uream and cake there was dancing till
midnight.


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thing wit mMM vnt olk pif M4^
;ng itfl, an inne asylUi '0mast beda
4idd for the aseemuLRO W M of
blaution in this year's crop, gathl' l
this town's people.
Judging from the cheery laugh sad baa-
ter as the bioati come in from the thing
grounds boasting of, and compi4ug
their rnpective catch of fla the gumi t
are, without exemption, enjoying thbm-
*lvre; a fifty pound catch ip not an ma
usual thing. The spirit of jolly seems not
in the least dampened when the parties
return early, catching nothing but a wet-
ting from a passing shower.
Mr. and Mrs. Hasty are entertaining
J. F. Hasty and daughter, of Detroit,
Mich. Listening to the brothers' rumins-
ences of "ye olden day" boyhood sport
and mischief boys were even nioro gay and trouble-
some half a century ago than are thow
of the present day of boy pranks, and the
policeman (at that time called watch-
man) had his nhmartunes well taxed in
his endearors to escape being caught by
the boys.


LEGAL NOTICES

Notice.
F r week, nft,-r the ,,nh irnt'lon of this
r notice, 'lz: em thp *t:h 1-'y of April next.
O- s Noon therertftcr s I e.n be he *rd, I
.hnil app'y no the Ilo:mnalhl Minor S J n...
Jidge of Liet 4 *'r'it o i n rt. ni ,or V..hnl-is
-o..tv, Flor.dt for aii noder h'ttlzlili i iy
||I| tion of .a-rion Lotai: Cr unforl uaed fitve
)en r. J. R. UCLE.
Daytona. Ela, Miarch 7th,. lO1

Notice of selsal LdIstio--t-
e It known that ixtv days after the pubil
B ra.lion f I1 li :eotie,. the u dera4gied
iniJen-d to npRi.ly to ill.- IA-'enature of
1.e r'd wh n i text in' .eq-i'o: f.r ibe i,.pnpie
of an t w.:ere,'- % llit i .erti mut of tle T. W11 f
4j) nwiia 'ityili east -of the .;vid I of th. chLn-
tlof i lth.e lio.if, x Ri'q:r,. -h il It! exeluucd
:'roian the i ori ,onte II :i:sj of -J!ol Ito v n
(lie ) I ifh. ih"iw. J. W W.struim, G. M.
t'. a.ce. J I'it. e.
baled .i.drei 1 1,0i0 .

Public Notice to Physlciaas
and Sswg.o.s.
Offlt-e' of Mledi.il Eiaininern I
S. -v itl .-Jiiriiv l strii.-t
Orltnilo, Flan., lar.h 7, l'iJl.
In aucordait'-e with ;tan act entitled.
"An A.'t to R-gialate the 1'ra-tiCe of Med-
icine," etc.. approved Myv 11, 189'5., you
;AV'' lhi'l.Yv i .Mldli, li a l xntili i1. tii iii )for l tie Vf-nth
Jindirial l)istri-t of the St:tti of Florida
will meet at my offi in Orlando, (Orange
County. I'lorida. on Tiusilday. April 9.
1901. it being th;> eonli T'ued.iyv in the
month. R. L. H.anims., &crtary.

NOTICE.
Be it known that :ftr sixty davy
pIbh, .ieion of thiS notitjP. the index -
signed intend to apply to the next lh' i.-
lattur' of Florida for the tnactment (;f
af act regaidite tne niarkina. stakii g
or buoying the H illaborough river in i h
county of Volumin, and providing penan-
ives for thp destruction. removing, alter-
ing or maliciously iptifering %vith t e
marks, stakes or buoya atuthoriz-d by
msch aet. (Signed) C. C. Burgoyne,
E. T. Conrad & Co.. G. W. Blymer. N.
Conrad, T. L. Rodg .s, Porter R. lein-
net, Jobhn Y. letwviler.


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s al right, if you are too lat;
and all wrong, if too thin already.
Fat, enough for your habit, is
healthy; a little more, or less, is
no great harm. Too fat, consult
a doctor; too thin, per istently
thin, no matter what cause, take
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
Oil.
There are many causes of get*
t.ng too thin; they ill come
%.rJer these two hea$i:: over-
work and under-digesvon.
Stop over-work, if you can;
bct, whether you c!n or not,
takc Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil, to balance yourself
u, ith your work. You can't live
on it-true--but, by it, you
can. There's a limit, however;
c u'll pay for it.
Scoxt's Emulsion of Cod Liver
O01 is the readiest cure for
"can't eat," unless it comes of
your doing no work--you can't
long be well and strong, without
.ome sort of activity.
The genuine ha
this picture on It,
take no other.
If you have not a
tr ft.. tsnd for

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pointed ptor of tewart Chapel, IL E
mehu is hetowsaal will pmach -
day might at 7:30.
TAU. AMrS s CIsirMaMO
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mte the bostt Tubs 75. Dr. J. .

O O nday at the aCoond Primitive
Baptist ebum Midway, tha will be
erteesat 11e a.., 8 p. m. and'70
p M. The famou Relief QuartetteaMd
Jubai ses .w.i slug.1 Evebody in
lavited to be prusnut. etv. C. F.eBmm,

Mcehl1Ltas Sawasl to the pube
meodl I fmd Pro J. K. Bowuma, H.IL
3gay Mimta Rom White aa Mis V.W
Johasma h saat wo. This mehoolas



The edtr of the GASoe S-Nws hrs
giwe to publieb the ws of the

radin poe i taking the paper.
o seb m lbe threMwough the editor of
thi eoolumtor bey ingale copS. for Avg

O Sutad Florida CoMbreo .dPite
AM.E K.acbiikbt ll 0I mE Rmetitg

Thisbl sAl abyear, msad his ehumr is
iadof. his etrniag. Tuesday about 8:
30 hi tBhe eai a reporter celd at the
pamu ofn Rw. Long to aMertain f
elMdamy words for the pub- respect-
ing the anal coferve "No, meaid he,
"for the public did not do what they
*miht mba dome to assistnI teraiig
the eofersm "e.
NIGHT WAS HER TEF.ROL.
"I would eough nseary all ni4bt long,"
writes Cbs. App legate, of Alexan
ria, Ind.. "amd could hardl- get any-
dp. I had eomumption eso d t at If
I walked a block I would co .c fright-
i My and spit blood, but wht all med.
iune. failed theb e $1.00 hot'ed of Dr.
King'. N.ew bIiwlolery wboll eurid me
and I gain ld 58 poandc It' .%s orlutely
guaranteed to cure Coughs. Cold, La-
Grippe. Bro-;hitier and all Thoats and
Lung Troubles. Price 50 centA and $1.
Trial bottle free at Dr. J. M. Josea'.
the calesese."


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this train an whichso m-'
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to Stamoa 8. Auguttlinet
bw Compoeil via Moutgo"Wiy.
I'u.M of imes (pa'd.
jianon which no Oxfta or
,pulimam fre Ito bamp&e
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Ad train.siDa y.


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~mwgm'e@atthe Eim&s. ets&&L ;sam Camg &.At~uo L. er Ow CabUse~a held ihash rempolble far any delay o at W mmesques

PININSUL&B AND O03IDESfTAL STZASELKP CONNECTIONS AT XIAXL
a M1Ail.4A 'V J.6 .1% ~._. S l' .. 311-% L IL.ALUAVA'%A 1.133-S. S. PUMCM KOWARD.
I SALW 30T1V3 Jm H:
& A IT 094 J AX1. 8to MS. L.1901: NHA V AANA.11,CS LeAve E~mi aa MAWiudnusdays....U or
Lw. ~No Lies an! Ths .'Amys.. ..It ~Arrivelftvam mo.ei heus.
rneNam~u T=juiViaSod P.I.L~p ..a.Clubs. ILeavse ave. T -umya andFriday*.....12 lem
3~SA. Lew.- wN- w u Wedaftwe2ya and zw.imrdays .S .Jo 1.Arrive Xtudwedammdabys and daiurdays .. I&Oft
Arnie biaml Tkeair7w~p nt zmAsys ..3*m, -%1AN.KK~y wKF &,K.S. CITY Oos' KEY WEST.
Nip SALLI~Ii 735. 4 to MAXR bl~: I AILINGI BUYSDCTIY3Jam. 1:
Misp atri Moms. Wet.. and Vnrt ......... 23)p KE WET, eave m Mome. Wedit. and ?MR ......1 Up
hamala. e NpAmiaTue... I )It". and *.feB..... f ~d.ILeave VeyWest Tiees.. Thus and ftt .....p
Ar.iv-- %-am, WeLt. Ptu ~ist-iofea.... 6 OLY4L kArrive MaiWeade., Vil. and Sane.....
SALEJ240S 0O3LUE C'i.Nf* Ar&L 1:
Wiloben miawi cajsa aboa?. -mIn Jimmuory.


For cop- of local time card address any Agent.
S. B. PAJRE L. Aws. Gas. Pass. Ageat.


&u In nthe Vallej;dea'
Men"isPortugaL %.4
am olbft wylmg dfht
Von a a


The Speer Wine Company,
1Pasac N. J.,
have their vineyards stocked of the
same grape, the only vineyard of
the kind in this country, the vines
were imported and planted here
over forty years ago. The Speer
Port wine and Burgundy are now
regarded the finest in the world,
their rich, full body and high
character is unexcelled. In.
valids, weakly persons, especially
females, and the aged are made
strong and vigorous by its use, as
a medicinal wine it has no equal;
as a family wine it has no super-
ior. First class physicians all over
the country, here and in Europe,
who have tried them recommend
them as the best.
A close study by physicians on
the effect of different brands of
wines on the system convinces
them of the superiority of the Speer
Passaic wines for their patients.
Sold by Druggists and Grocers. _











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ST. AUGUSTINE. FA.


1[ SLEY'S Honey and Tar cures coughs
and colds, hoarseness and croup,
bronchitis and la grippe. even
Pleurisy, pneumonia and con- the worst
sumption are prevented cases, are al-
by Foley's Honey and ways relieved by
SFoleys Honey and
Tar. Asthma and ^^,, Tar, and in the early -
consump- stages it cures them.
, The proof that it has done these things
is oafile with your druggist. We guarao.
te, it to do all these things.
31 t: Twhere ois metblug ")just as good" er "Just the same" M
Fehys Remey emi Tr. altoMgh tbee are ftbealtatem us hich
dealers make more prott.
BANNER SALVE cures piles. It's guaranteed.

Sold by Dr J f1 Jones


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For giq
A. W. PYN.Ao;,~
290W. BW k "

C. H. MALLORY &


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JACKSOwNVEUJZB mNW w-
c .n,.ing 86 ebma.s at .
T FUE?- aAm UFIw lM w .

The Clyde New EaghIAMa-u SM Ua.

'a" soLL a a*m
Caning atCharilestom ** Waa.
SEMI-WSSKLY SAMJNma.
SoMuthbo .......................... ...- -- 0. sin"
Northbeuad. ............... ...... ..... ... s ib t Ou 01 --98111--1

CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINL
)eBery Line)
Between JacksonvUille and Sanford
STOPPING AT PALATKA, ASTOR, ST. FRANCIS, 3B5RW OD. (DLa],)
BLUE SPRING8 and Intermediate Landimgs on ST. JpN V
STEAMER ty of Jackonvile
CAPT. W. A. SHAW, .
18 APPOINT TO GAIL AS HMLIOW
Leaves Jasesville 3311 p. ., ssaa, Teady e nd Theiaym
Laves Saford 9:30 a. u.. Lmaays, WedI sne Ur1y.
.Sonthbound Northbdoad
Read down SChIEDULB lead up
Leave 3:30 pm JACKSONVIL I,......Arrive 2.00 am
S8:45 pm............. PALATKA... Lev 8.00pm
3:00 am .......ASTOR............. 2" pm
** 4:30 em 8T. FRANCI, 1.00 pm
..... .......BEBEFORD LAND) 1200 a'
6:00 am................. BLUE SPRINGS. ll4KOam
Arrive 8:30 am.................. 8ANFORD 9"80 m

General Passenger and Ticket tee,
204 W. Bay st Jacksonvillfe

A. C. HAGERTY, East'n PeM. Agent, F. M. IRONMONGER, Ju., F. P. A.,
19 State St. New York. % 204 West Ba S&JakeouTi e, ais.
rHOS. D. HALEY, Local Frt. Agt C. P. LOVELL, Ames Fa upt,
Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville. Foot Hoa aSt, JahiouvlTe.
JNO. L. HOWARD, 8 nered.,
Foot IHogan St., J k@=Ue.vL.
THEO. 0. EAGER, W. P. CL"YD M CO.,
General Manager, General
Cbheebrough Building, 19 State St., Opposte Battery Park, New York.


DIXIEE


FLYER"


From

Jacksonville___

St Louis and Chicago
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICES
FOTHDOLUND Schedule Effective Feb. 8. ~wmeOl D
No. 4 1 No. 2 Ho. 1 No. 8
8:10 pm; 8:30 am:Lv..........Jacksonville (A. V. & W.) ..........Ar 8:10 pm 7:80 am
11:35 pm!l1l:55 am:Ar...........Vaidoe (A. V. & W.).........L....T 4:45 pm 4:10am
4:10 am 5.053 pmAr Maron (G. 8. & F.) Lv 11:15 am 11:18 am
7.25 am 8:10 pmnAr Atlanta (C. of G.)................ L 8:00 am 7:50 pm
1:00 pmn;l2:30 amjAr...........Chattanooga (W.A A.)............Lv 4.:06 am 3.-00 pm
6:53- pm, 5.:35 am Ar...........Naahville (N.C. & St. L.)...........Lv 10:55 pm 9:30 am
6:25 am! 7:24 pm Ar. St. Louis (I. C.) Lv 8:86 am 10:15 pm
7:25 pm 7:00 i manLv..........Nashbvillt (N. (.'A. St. L.)..........Ar 8856 pm 9:05 am
11:47 pm 12:10 pmiLv ..Martin (I. C.) i 8:35 pm 5:15 am
10:50 am ............. Ar...................Chi o (. .)...................Lv............... 6:10 pm
7:30. pm -5:48 aniL.............Naahville (L. A N.)..............Ar 10:42 pm 8:30 am
12:50am 9:30 ariAr. Evansvil e (L.A N.) ......L.......LI O:Aj &15am
9:15 am 5:30 n.r....r........... Chieolgo (C. & E. I:) Lov 11.-Oo 7.'00 pm
No. 4-DIXIE I aY-ER. carriesthrough il-lna-B uflet Sleepers between Jack-
.-ouiville and St. Louie. also between Jacksonville and Chicago via Martin, and
Illinois Central K. ., making direct connections for all points in the Wt t ad
Northwest
No. 3-DAY EX PRESS, carries through Pullman Bualet Slepe between Jack-
ionville and Chi.:ago, via Nashville, Evansville and Chicago & Eatra. Ulinois B R.
All corresnonddnce promptly Manwered and 1. .eplng Car Bertns rnerved. W!II oe glad
mr:l pasacngers at depot In Jacauonvlle or my oe*, 24 Wet Bry street. Drop as a Ueio.
WALTER HAWKInS, Gen'l Agent Trafflc Department, Jacksonville, Fla.
J. C. HAJLE, General Passenger Agent, Bavamnah, Ga
E. H. lurroi, Traflio Manager, Swandah, G&


Sold by Dr J M Joes


NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry.


Western & Atlantic Railroad.
DIXIEIE FLYER ROUTE'"
DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS TO *`
NASHVILLE,
MEMPHIS.
LOUIS I LLE.
CI NCI NNATTI
Carrying through Pullman Vestibuled Buffct Sleepers Jack-oncille to St.
Louis and Chirago withmit change. Choice of Routes.
For information relative to rates, schedule. etc.. or for sleeper reservations, writeto
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agent,
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
H. F. SMITH, Trafe Manaer., Nashville, Tenn.


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HERBINE.


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

RDEGULATES the Liver, Stomach and Bowels,
SClses the System, Purifies the Blood.

URESMalaria, Biliousness, Cstipatin.
SWeak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.

Evry botlh Swautd te SiN Satisfatiou.
z.1 .m i ,.,n--a--'am.-.in, ,- -.m.l
Price, GO Cents.
Preped by JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Loubs, Mo,


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