Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00376
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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: March 23, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00376
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
alephbibnum - 002059610
lccn - sn 93059208
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An n Journal Strictly Abrast With te Tin .

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flmw~~mim rljniiIawaft maaamh@t-U-- wn yinmm *im ap~,al WW

Attention Ladies!

The grmat successs in the sale of
S"Tojan shirt waists has about ex-
OF h ted the fi .. shipment, and the
d shipment has now reached

u Te. Te popularity of "T'rrojan"
waist s due to three causes: 1st
Onytbebeutskilled labor is em-
Syed in their construction. There

are no'"sweat shop" methods used by the
-'Trojan' factay. They are not "glued" *
%r, but 'nTHE ACME OF
a." Their vi asttm of ilspction insure a fabric of high grade in every

d. The m stylo in drafted into "Trojan" waists, therefore they

have o mpd s n ita ylei and it. We quote:
L&ATBT DMBIG8 IN MADRAS CLOTH ..............1.00
EXACUIVE DIWGN&, HIGH CLA8 MADRAS ........................ 1.50
ENGIZLISH C AII ...................... 2.50




At their new store have a
Ifrst-clae line of................

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Hay, Grain and Prov



Agents for W. L DougL

for Men.

The Best on


CO. '

Fresh Fruits,



iss' Shoes

Sthe Market. i

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Will tas pleasure in showing you their BRAN NEW STOCK OF NEW

GOODS, consisting of

Staple and Fancy. series, Fruit,



; OwMr.Ed andoao wg W pamAe to caH 0o you. *

Every Order a O .
we reive is appreciated, and
filled ill a thort)Mghly saI isfa.'-
t orv Ital!nn'r.
Our Groceries Are High
f '2. t 1d in J. 'f''ct 'O tih liti ii.
Full ei. iii a:a'l full ni .as.,rr is
gu.lranltt'd ~ carr i Ly o( thad
st k.'. for littletfigurie. K,*--p,
things fm ing. (,Io,lq re-, ived
fi'o :i w hoh alrs t qon :,:iIU rt hailds to nioa owV.
(;oo I q nlitYv and tbeh Itri t s
maI tt ad, lively.
per pou u0.
Srt'e5ih eggs at 20, a dozeu.


So J. E. RUSH.

The man who runs the P-r
Is a very busy man. ,
He tries to run it well, of Ceose,
And does the best he can.
He works all day to get iteat
And also works at night,
For twenty hours in twenty-four
He toils to make it bright.
He's always hungry for the news
(He sometimes has a thlrst,)
And how he gaily chuckles whil
He gets a "story" tist!. I
He knows the other bMow then
(The rival scribe) will swear
And pound his desk in anger wild
And also pull bM hair
The man who runs the paper
Is the friend of all1 n meets
(Except perhaps& 1hBmend -ontempl
Who run t he A wets.)
And when the loml boy suk-ceeds
And seems to have the floor
With kindly pen he writes him up
And gives him fame galore.
When people wed. be sings the praise
Of blushing bri I" and groom;
When people die, his soothing words
Rob death of half its gloom.
The man who runs the paper-
Is the man I want to know.'
May the ads. com_? ia by dozens!
May his circulation grow.

the international law of the strongest
thecutest, the heirloom of the un-
world alliance of kings, to go for
naught in the final settlement of the per-
manent relation between Cuba and the
United States? In public acts between the
Free Peoples of the earth.bhall there be no
common arbiter except the bludgeon, the
bayonet and the cannon? Is not the
universe knowabli and known am com-
mune of social obligaiion. obligatory
upon Cuba as well an upon the
United States? Were the universe
an insane asylum of automatic iu-
nacy or an unknowable labyrinth of di-
vine tyranny and monopoly, America
and Cuba might shut their eyes, to the
moral law that embraces the universe
in liberty and justice. shared by
Providence with mortal, and ac-
cept the international code duello instead
of the common mena. Public Right of na.
tions. involve! in fundamental human
rights and the common duty of all men
to respect them and to unite in just a f
government. Florida is Cuba's next door
neighbor; inst..ad of the bludgeon and
bayonet of the insular selfoerats, she ten-
ders the olive branch of human and di-
vine fellowship in social obligation to
humanity's unity. The only answer to
the Divine Right of King4 is the Divine
Duty of the Republie of man.

A "Tall" Claim.

CiubaAnd Th eUnited statat. A highly ruralist contemporary gives
It might sein humiliating on the part out this assuran, l to its readers:
of Congress to pltad tIs baby act, but No cheap, frowy, lip-shod writing
ever appears in these columns. All the
even in such case, Congress does not literary work on this paper is carefully,
constitute the Anterican people wthohave thoroughly and faithfully overhauled.
the last say upon public qut stions. Con- too god for our
sistelcy is never more c-osistent than The very best is none too good for our
sistency is never more consistent than readers. The gramaticai structure of
when r.'ognziig that even the readers. The gramatical structure of
our sentences will bear the rigidest tests
men of 1 l.it.gtlon aite lit ale to error,of the ru
with the I lain duty to be wis* r and better of the rules of grammer and our trains of
today tLa, i stday. but it is nohuil- thought will bear th-. plumb line of the
S tod r.a st a. i r rules of logic. The same exhaustive at-
iation to r ,-an-* rt t rile hunond A mier-
tention is given the simplest local as to
iuan dutotrin.'. In solvfng that Cuba of "t .s to
riht ou~tto be free and indi..dr the "lit avv' editorial. In following out YOUr tO Pleas
tilte purport of the.Congrdsiional ,delar- this line. simplicity and lucidness is con- o t Pl a
the purport of the.Congr, sional declar- t a
I stantly ahintd at and pedantry and ver-
ation, is not to be measured by that in- stt a tan ed
ternationiil standard of morals, wm bo it, aw ,onstantly avoided."
the anlit--nt privile-ge to nmake wvar upon would e in sting to know what
it. ,.itt, i h t ar la-ies this organ of the interior pays.
an iltrnratimial neighbor atnd to ase.rt
a ithe rig t ol int r tiina l i,.lii is ItoIf it lhias the veryt best** talent its salary
f nnous. O()r Ides it mean the best tobe had
Sindividia ls. All menr h ar t ,ia;lhors by i its iarti,.lar n igh rhool.
iuid,, th. All ,n an, a' tl, rs b 1 lThl ,t is., as we understand it, no
thie tChristian rode anil tlh' Iil4,ophytli of
iht. tial bar has all its work of the best,
Right. il cw sa' itno newspaper could afford it.
erad Iiimanitv slimild noti r ever shut T 1re n' st hiathiig short sore- FOUNTAIN CITY
out thel mutual svnmpathv and co-01q..01- l-l lr ,-.tlnl g lort some-!- an
n t m d tl..'. n ,.,r,. Hlolr xud,! n*..ca finally. and
ol ,11. A,,...ri.d .,,> tsi,,,.,,,, .o~.. o.,,! *Shak, .peac+ was not always gn.at. If i CORNER BEACH STREET a,
(of all. .llin'rj i ili si itlitiati s itll. s t' 4lit ,111 1" rst ,e d (oltellirrrv hid all its
thei dlty 0 individual ;.11 ,rat' ito t- 4 iIIIs to l it Would p Sess a staff
ov il aco m,,moi ft, ol .rld jo.isti,.'. '.li' tlh lt w"ll l. a taft as, a Select Stock of......
,obigatory upon all. lEv.,Y.v iilivit.lua{.s 4"10s1".w *of the lo.st nlesplai.r writers
ithlite valnie as soi al unit. is draw in" the eoutntryv. It maiiglt even afford to DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTION8, PATE
from his being at at,.ili. if the famil- kp a flew j journalists s for extra ed-
S..... I ..... .... 1.. .....; ..... 1 .. it amns; and that would mean an annual m,. -,ul .- ..ntai ....

God in wvhiich nations rcut no figlll- oure mx- ll l II l .--X.
SC 'lt as te.nllorolpry liiits of these sono ialt.-n
'telt 0. t. iai'v huts ( >tllt't' 5 The Postal Laws.
0 units ill thie \v ilihh rni-.s.. oi stvr't'rg, lta'sid T Po l La.
th hih ofrog'rss. td eattd Few traders or publishers of papers
all m n fro'. acnl t-41i1;> loefun th i bar of F 11 1 1 1 ibl i of p
ll n ani r fully and clearly understand the laws
Sablsoltute justice vii.. Il rel nlIrs ullitoevery i ,tion
governing uil'llription.
one his dues as earn ld an awards s- The decisions of the United States
i.ial station in ll prupo ititiito.o tl.e. 1
Sti in prt to t t rts on this subject are: Subscribers
(of the incumlilb-it to dishiargte its r'siHl- Iwiou do )not give express orders to the
Iibiliti.s. T1he equality of niliver.sal lia-else 'oltrarv are considlere'i as wishing to re-
aid,the iltilh'npnde c 'i e ni orall and nw tilir sb It ion.
.ial ob.ligatio,,I, a l I thi, paltry privi- If s s.,itr ,rdr dis'ontinuan.e of
lge of iN-tty isolation is t le their ieriodii.-als thie Fullishers may con-
sil.ol.'tn 0 a .v etrI til.lu twseid them until all arrearages
f hoej fromi i t '. t^yr llit" al ae ain
shores f h.oi:o. A di I sul .rib-.rs neglect or refuo to take
moll e.ilth of th- all, a us. inuine of so- tI is-ri. -rs.. gltt mto ake
..ll. t jtilvi hI rio"licNt f fi-t t il e postoffie to
cial olligtin mllike p.sil' t relpubll whit h the. a directed, they are espon-
of the-a to -ly kit t t sibe until they have settled their bills,
the lih-als. Hearts, % ,ills andil ,'ois,-nit-,si...s ; .. nt .
an itlo ,i'tl''tl t hu'ni disontiinuetl.
of ma.nkindi intothe holy tal.nrilac'l,. o if I subl -riers lmove to other lplatves
t he Ir-ce. itlouit iinfi'irming thie publisher. and pa-
lVh,, thi,. W;.'r ll',.ll thtl',ds 1, lOn> .r ', .....
and thill' ia'.%;11' liintl' ltr art' i h the former addves 'they
anid th. .. t .a u i-l. t't 1",' ,'e.l.,,i^CDI.
In tl>p;lieft ol t an.i n 11 u f..l'-- ri 1.ho rts.. have dev.ided that refusing
ion oi the wil. t, tak, .riodital iifrom the office. or re-
At tthe Ai,,.-rica~n nlast-lihal moving a leaving than nine.alltd for. is
I loats the tiltz of Itndlitial Iuman iia fi i .,i ev.idee of .intentional fraud.
rights anIl ltl,. iu, l t ; 1 I hlkilll t li. subs .iib.rs 11Y. i val e.. they
I '. s t' t .i .>. lxt.T tDilh- ai'li- ltl't.ii.h'l 11 io a l h'lil>r. .i a
t"th .-o"ii al ,>? t r,,i. al ? lil" -r- ti lo llid to give notie', at the tend of
tt \\'l-h Qto ,'tillUe;

S ll'.s (i f all kllil,. |llllimtlll'llT- ll I11h 111an1
rights ,,"triniit+t li or'gmii ,d. s, th.l.t
,,,ith..r f '., nor iral'Il shalll p v,.-nt thi

tA's. ,'li s.p.I i at-,I' t inat nnlitX y )f
S \\ ailk sta ite l i t rl s lil I I. tIll i li t t ill In li-1
sheel- iid>l of th,' i t 'Ti tia oni;al \\ olIv-..

whr tt ui t.i '' .g l -" Ith it .tI.I I. I :iiAl t ig 11i1 r
Ita ni h i L It i1't .;iII tIl.I -! ii ',I 1It j iI- ;
ia 1 ti t ;i', tif hl i r n tt' !t .. I ri t ,
to it>'l -l. th -l..1 l t ; ai;. 'l.al. ,il t p i ll
of ilit 1iiai" P .;; ) ,! < l't.ilu i iinA ;i t' 1 ; l+'
It) niltkc \v. 1' il:up i .At ir-i .;i \\ i N .l iib, -
:tt. d I. r aI:.d ti :tal,-h upinm thi A.m-r
i ",;:; ,;n i ;i t l I I *r h' t -c lh "i 1' ) ",.l
li .a l i. t, -. ii ;'.;-t !,.-atl t ,l f w I I

\ 1,i l t ,, r. lin tI i i\\n ,, In)i<.,, ,

athi \\ ia th' t lt-alihish'r is author'ized to )
s'nIl the, palpr ani the subscribers will,
I-' res-alol sible until an xpret'ss notice.
\\ itt i a1,' lnt oft ail larr'aragps'" sK ent
tq, tilt ;' l ,l lish r n's.
The' late' t postal law'.s are such that
in.-\ [liapjr pilblisllheri, a an rest all*vyon f
fIIr ir'i';< \\ ll, takes a it l', ir out ainl r1'v-
i: t I I tv l or it.
a'r!,l *r this !aw th,' ina1i \\lhto allow-hlihis I
." ia t' al' i all 01I I l, Ii al a lll tllor' sO 4 un ltt ilal
T I .;I: I. ir l th at l'1i --r it li.. alit i lnliad.
a11:' ri.-rs tha. pistmat -r t o mark it "'''-
Sis l. and hiavetc pIstal card.; l sent not -
fi In,- t!! plubllsher. l,-av0 s himsrnelf liable
ta, a i, .t till iii '. t!h, s lint- as for theft.

Wi> iKINti; 24 I )I'RS A )DAY.
in'I. '. f tt''l f Ti o Ir those tin-I -ess litti-

*1 it td,- not t" ,'; \r ,:, T 0 't 1" .- ; \ ,o 'rk '.- lr K iln s N 'w L.iv e l li*.
,-riilh. (,f al':ol:ut, JI.s'I,.. Ui' l\l it i-.' M million, an-:' alw a.\- l, +- ". ,urin"r F T orpid
Auiiritn-iit lth'pulli l Iln t'ivate lift' \'., liv,'r.-.lai' ali ',. I'tilliouiim '-sn Fever and
i ohal ever'.v cotrai intvali.l '\ hihli i .Aui'. Thi'.y hanit h Sirk lt-atlache. drive
against glat t ino rals or th..' lritn i f. N- ,ut., Malria. N v rilie or weaken.
private right. Is the Public Right of the Small, taste nice, work wonders. Try
irue Peoples as contradistinguished irom i them. 25 cents at Dr. J. .11 Joes.








Ear. c ,- W-- '-.,
drew g J+
ceived. P p f40 a %v IV
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BargftinsIn mn'.i

New line summer
lot10 hing, the "SStis
tion bradd" Just re
oeived. 0 0 0 % w *




Feed -& Grain.

Third Building South of Postoffice.




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ENT ME-DI ESI, 31usH m5

Summer eM

Trunks and Valise, Trunk Straps and Many
New Goods Just Received. W A A A


Perfumery and Fancy ToIht Articles.

DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted prokfeeonally during bie ase
houor; office bourn, Suda, 9*00 to 10:80 a. n.; 2:80 to &80 p. mL

In located on the Halifax River. It commands a most atetive view ia every dlr.
action and no finer location ean be found in this vTienky. During the umm M
house has been enlarged by the addition of a wain s te sarth ir, the room are
single or enasite. A now dining room has bees bl o the sMouth id giving a
sunny espoeure and is light and heerful. The parlor, od balk and rotsda lhave
been enlarged. Baths and lavatorise have bees added d eet i dome for the
comfort and convenience of gusts. The hall is oe bamid et ag. The Ciis
is in charge of a compete eherf anit is the especial am of the maaaguat to
keep the table up to its enmal escelles The oue is three blok aemrt of the do.
pot, and convenient to the Post OUce, Chkaihe, Bekooblte. and is within a mile
of the ocean with it magtifent beach for wheeling, driving or satoing. Batum
$2.50 per cay. $10.00 per week and upwards, according to atoa.
Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.

We are Headquarters onj44,


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PabN every Seaedy.

Edt and Prapristar. f

iubscription, S-..'o per Year. in Adveace.
Advertising Rates on Application.

Monday e

Thnn'day ...... tot-
Friday a

W W -es9eesseese.entcred at the Postoffice at Daytona, Florida. as saturday 4.- 1 M
P- and Toilet A cles. a Second class matter. tday LOW 4.-
,* Sunday 4:13 40S
TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BA' AAM-25 cents a bottle. Saturday, Marcn 23, 19o01. Monday..........................._5:12 5"xi
Tuesday............................6:17 o681
-- ------- --P P -P A -A- TOA. LOKDA. e- **e********************** Wedndesday ........................7:25 7:44
SAbout J I Thursday1......................... 8:32 8:44
SAbo the Ored OpC* Friday.............................. 9:33 9:41.

C ALBERT EAEL Editor. turday...........................10:26.. 10:45
acr nes DEALER IN **********************
Mrs. A. H. Ja.kson spent last Sabbath Thp o
in town and returned to Ponie t'ark h om pson
Stationery Newspapera Thursday.
Magazine Fishing Tackle Mrs. Coward. of Midway, lost nearly 1 )@ Candy Maier,
all hor chiekenm a few days ago. Sonieof S E. A B E.
Sewing Machines Bird Cages the neighbors put out Ipoison. V ALLEY STREET. SEA BREEZE.
REPAIRING OF Window Curtains Mat Boards To be strong you must eat three meals MaKes his Candies.
R UNV Oil and Water Colorn Drawing Paper a day: to be strong intellectually you
must read ancordingly--sub.rile for te
ALL KIINDS. MP Artist's Brubshe Musical Goode GAZETTE-NEWa. j
Jewelry Clocks Sunday. Man-h 24. services at the
Watches Toys Stewart Chap~l. M. E. church as follows:
Sunday School. Gi a. m.: Love Feast. 11 ll my ndies warnt- to he perfectly
DollU Baskets a. m.; preaching at :3:30 and 7:30 p.. m.
Glas Candies Albert Enianual Pastor. fresh and purt. I make a .cp'-iaity of
fisod Door North of Postom. The famous Dr. J. B. Brown, who has Peanut Brittl,. Salt-waterr taffy, cream
oo Nor PFruits and Notiont Bike Supplies beehn l..oarin at the Davis house. Mid-
'PRONE 0 way. for ein.e time past. Saturday nidt **iandies. Stop in and see me. Sign over
ab(ou one or two 'fctlo'k -ainei in while the door
Beach *treet, DAYTONA FLA. L everything was (iiiet and arrived d from
the fions.. everything h,.' had and has not
been n sin *. H. F. THOMPSON.
e^ aixt Sunday Revr. Albert Emanuel
Private Boardng House "" ""
P reaC4 il to a good c.oncregation and-
wa back to Dlaytna to) niee't his ji9ople $ 0
a f11rs. H. A. Gray a o!t 7:. o in thevening at tewarthpl. araneed $90 0
A yonng lady while on her way to the
'fsltttie dlropi)ied fromy her handl it IStt,.i-,
Omm Oak Mecn lond Stmaeet. PALATKA. FLORIDA that she' hai1 written to a friend. W'i.nu
ilte found that someone knew her i-e-rets ,I|ten nrd women of eo,'l .id !rerq to reorp.
A trt Car Pa the Door sthe weltt to thern and asked them not to t sent ui-. some to tratvl a,pointingu agent,
AL Street Care Pi the Door. ttort wrs for exi work hookinh aft.-r or i i
isay anything albut it. tere"t teisrY Ir.arunt.-- yearly: cx
Iterets ( 0 ",wier yg, iarantefd yearly: ex
During the past wvek there has n b I !,1,ir e.- soi-he d h ei pen-e,4. rapid hlsn '-,
TERMS REASONABLE. 1r the pt week there h 'e ravidni
S E Nonsidnerable stir amnoug the people via- -.ier,,iet man or woman to .:-iure pleatant
live to olne. Dlr. .1. II. Browni, who I)has 'ern enae-t positlun. litihrml itnco',e and fi
weii e doing faith work in the town for' tire New. b'iliaut lines. Write st.n.e
TH E PA LM EfiTO .sonitti.., i STAFFORD PRESS. New Hve.
A few days gio a family t'.t is well!
C. 0. CAMB Proprietor konn was sttiin. 'lhey ,quarrnIet WANTID.
in the hlou and out doors iin the street,i Itliable man for manager of Branch
rNOW OPEN FOKt QUESTS inilg sone very bad words toeach other. e
'Youl m1Uslt sti]p that .or you cimunnot be t fli e we wish to open in this viinit)
*l.'ted. I will ail yoiir name next If your record is 0. K. here is an oppo'r-
OT-hotel i one mile from the ocean and front on the beautiful Halifax River. I.
Fi boating, fbl ing, bicycling and driving, making it a most desirable plate to 1 unityt. Kindly give good mrfei n when
- the win. DAYTONAv FLORIDA. Sunday. MNaro-h 17. at 7::0,. R. II. (Ce- 'vritinr'. TIIHE A. T. MORRIS WHOLE-
M t int. DAn.YTOA. FLORDA. i ,mr. i'.,rar tr,. %,1e. wa. 1 w.-li.i4 to .A.l.F II)HOUSE. ('in-inatti. Ohio. lllu -
.._.. Miss l hie *o)ls, of Jacksonville. trat .- Ittalogue 4- -ent stamps.
iAt the hii,,. an f Mr. ; indl Mrs. iDavi. Ii-
UNTA I ITY NU. ." T"'I brided' '.4 for Jackson- -
Nville Tuiesday whi-r.- she,' will sil'n.l a f.w u.I)OR.
F I d.-.:s .after whi'h she will return to Day-:. sJ *1* MLA)OR.
tona ;nid they will htwin to keep house.
SRev. It. \\Balliais ottficiate.d tt the- t-er- ,O,<)T and SIIO'E MAKER.

NOW UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF Mou.JIt -th.-l IT4nptisr church. Way- -Inairneis Itepairingas pwecialty.-
r, .-. I w ill :I\ha L ra il" SIinl, v. Mao'-li
I- ... i '-- i | -- 1 '.... ir]* -t., i st 1 n.t- ,<* T n To n i tP, t Trn s>. r-

Leon Despland.

For even ears Manager ot thb PALMETTO HOUSE,

Centrally located on Volusia Avenua near the Post Office
and Depot Nice large rooms Excellent table
Large Verandahs, Rates $1.50 per day, $7 to
$10 per Week.

All Hack To and From the Beach Pass the Door1


Western & Atlantic Railroad.



rasryg4 threAogh Ptdlman estibuled Buffet 94eeper.~ Jack.onville, t
Louis and Chicago without '*hange. ('hmice of Route .

For information relative to rates. se-hedule. etc.. or for sleeper reservations, write
C. E. HARMAN. Gen. Pass Agent. TOMll M. DOYLE. Fla. Pasm. Age'
Atlanta, (ia. Jacksonville. Fla
H. F. SMITH. Tramr Manager. Nashvill. Tenn

:'I. I rFitfi' r rt-Invited.
lare-li 1 7. fP.,-%-.(G. 1). ivi-tunia r!, mado a
trip t )It 'e,rt 4lrmign,'. vie%, it I Zh is i te-:41 1of

II-I v hi-.' rwhiz i-loztmni-. di'll ott'2

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Addrwes of parties in the North isot t
supplied with nil miormatiou and handsome
for information as to ratens,lecpingwr l
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Through Vestibhled Trains, Pullmnm Drawing-room Sleepi Ca
Coaches. Perfect mining Car Service on all
Through Trains via Southern Railway are Operated ia Conmames f td o
Plant System from Jacksonville.
For Rates, Schedules and Information, call on or address
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We haves -fo g uw up when
you waat jobg e
ol ~brmed, pOn ad cake at
U Mro. GmMi'., oppodhe tim Rkidgewood

The G. P. BaBouh comupay aie intal-
lnag th bath Iams ia Mn aew bar-

/ W. J. Bethel has been at Cremomt City
S the pi t week, viltiwith his mother.

PMw working
I rTom at the Opera Honue next
Marems L. Smith is planting about 400
orange trees.
We have a telephone-if you have any

C. M. Bingham, Jr. has been on the
eick list during the pant week.

Carnival to-night

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otWt does your subscription account
All kinds of prifitin. done on short
notice at the GAzErTr-NEws printer.
John Pollitz entered upon his duties as
salesman at the (Glob* clothing store last
Material is Iwing delirv red on the
grounds for Leon Detpliand's hotel, corner
P'almetto and Magnolia Avenues.


Win. Heath and Mr. Dickinsonsetar4
irom their trip to Welaka on Moaday.
rhe country looks somewhat dealate
after the green hammock of Holly Hill,
irom the fact that the pian land has bena
recently burned over and skrub oaks not
yet having put on their spring growth.
Fhe almighty razor bak eWemsi to have
taken possewsion of the woods and no
one goes in for trucking without first
providing an air tight fence in conse-
quene. It is to be regreted this elegant
stock greatly reduced from consumption
of some kind, but the owners strive to
make up their losses by taking each
The orange groves seen hopeful. par.
ticularly w-s tlere has been no cold to
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uit mei tinis wMinter. ew groves show
IxrWholg wheat bread made and for Rev. A. W. Hawk.of (reen Cove a marked difference when the t have
z-mmodo!es g in oye Halmax Rinerd by Mrs. Gramling; opposite the Springs, was in town this week spending ihad good care, partial cultivation, or

Yacht Club. o Hotl a few days with his brother, Rev. J. B. little or none; in the former there is quite
A pinrt. m t Palmtr ... H. Zuer recently killed a large Hawk of this )lacp. a good-slhow of bloom. Some of the
to t.s Inlet Monday and picked up a black bear above Ormnond that weighed1 Miss Terrel will lslwak at the First M. growers have erected sheds over their
to tmber Monaati sa pied upa. over 600 Founds. The hide was on exhi- E. church Sunday morning--China aiidi t'res or enclosed the individual trues
manber of bsatiul s bition here Tuesday. the Chinese. Professor Terrell waHs i with a canst' covering, in thee, oSourae
L. C. Demarse, who for sonme time. p tAtwood and a colored biveclist col- Ieking l.st summer during tlh site. the trees look excellent. Some little at-
as be local editorof the Journal, lided on Volusia avenue Wednenday after- in at ood .e di .tlh oi t-etion has it en given to ptanL in grove
oMonday for bg i en at & JMis afer s 0 .fo W, aood ansd Is 'r. hr, I'. l*o',., ah is the trte plasintd, as iia ex-
Mo or hm Jolm i noon. The doctor was thrown to the l;,,to, ws lo have I, hmi visiting with tilt- ierintest,' onte four yeats ago are now

m frid gathered at ground and was quite badly brai&,d up family of G. A. Foye -for son,- tsin- past. hearing it is quit likely irore attention
AmfCaLmr ad Mr .s gtnered at Coughs and colds come uninvited, but left Sunday for Ja.ksonville, where thl y ill igi en to this crop in the future
home dta aaMd Mrs. lston one night you can quickly get rid of them with a will silnd til.e remainder of thlt s.on. The logging and turpentine i
hisd lry pleasant evening lew domew of BALLAID'S HOREHOUND 8VR- Headache often result from a disordrel have l.ini a great help to this section
wlllr--* UP. Price 25 and 50 cents. Dr. J. M. condition of the stomnath and conswtipa- nae te f r ,at kep to thm ioy
Ncim BiT Kas-Satm, Parson Jones. tion of the bowels. A dose or two eo iwe the f'eze, and keep in employ a
Brown ond PhMp Orange 30 cfnta inwi s. Pimpn l a moebut B. Vanre, the enterprising printer of lets will correct these disorders and cmn-
m~apTium Pho[sals 8Brtri Pahms $1.00- Jacksonville, was in town Tuesday in the headache. Sold by all druggist. CH:AP ISeANCE
Applto. Wa the intelrt of a state commercial di- The ladis ft ioCongr.gationl.hun.h Many a man ha& been insured against
t. d isy about dinamer time the ry which he is to publish in the near will give a housekeewr's bazar in the G. Bi gramls disease, diabetes, or other dan-
e-rooef g. B~&aj teW a Print ta am H. Clark building April 4th, from 10 gerous ailineits by a fifty ce.t bottle of
k'OLbsvr KivNE5y Cua. Dr. J. M. Jon -s.
Tglt kbut It wat .sat-u d T remains of James Tod. which were o'clock till evening. A large lineof fany
any inlmda w ,asdons. sometime ago found on an island down goods will be on sale. Ice cream, rake Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Scott and daughter
t %1At sl- mml h testing of the river, were shipped to his sister. Mis. and other refreshimwnts will be served. front Fairtield. Ill., visited Mrs. U. W.
i Woma'sa's Chritima 8. Hacke, at Warren, Ohio, Tuesday Many an innocent little darling is suf- liarris last wek.
UnlownMWhelMi in De'Lad April oon. fering untold agony and cannot explain The worst after effects of Influenza
35.. The -publie meeting wll be orge Wray recently purchan-d tih its troubles. Mark your. child'ssynSiptonms arise from deranged functions of the Ii-
7T aOIl ter, he rd. t. lot between Barnes' store and the old you may tind it trouli,'d with worms; ver. Clear the blood at once with HIS-
8. W. Col popr etor of the Hotel Atwood drugstore. upon whi-h he will give it WHITE's CREAM N:sfRMIFU'. and n BIMf for it will strengthen the liver to
Boe,t t.. Augutie,was in the Irecta building to be used as a piano restore it to -luiit.nos and health. 'Pri-e withdraw from circulation the bilary
this wmk calling o frieBda. Mr. during the coming summer. i c nts. Dr .. M. J.Iou s. poisen. Price 50cents. J. M. Jones.
OWns two hoteb in Iowa and has been colored man by the name of Alexanu Mr. and Mrs. G. Burgoynt' ent*-r- Mrs. Taylor gave a most ,itjoyable
il hotibbl nemfr forty-4ve years. der, of Port Orange, while out bo ttainid at their b) autiiul ia.-h stri'.t dinner party on Friday to a nuttil-r of
FanAL a mm WAKL P Pa os i riding, went into a tit and fell overbbard home Monday night. The grounds and lIolly Hill friends in honor of her
At liaison alllboil m 8pieer's Port and before assistance could reach lim buildings were It autifully deorated an.ld daughter, \irs. Rook, who returned ont
Grape Wine. Phyician recommend it as was drowned. The accident oultd illuminate-d The Jac.ksonville ubilet- Sunda.y to he.r horni. in Ro.hester, N. Y.
algSlaghaila lad blood purifying tonic' Tue"iay. IQuaQrt-tte sang and Plrolftssor Millr I-- ; Miss N la Jon of l'a atk:i. in m ix'ini.
and the bst wine to be obtained. "I had a running sore on m leg e.r~owd f.ats of pre.stidigitation. a short stop at Mrs. G. W. Harris'; si.
M. guire and wile, Major W. W. en year," writs Mrs. Jas. Foster. of; Th- "Ohtl h)estri.k .Skul." was pulled aUrrivd don Wd.esday in pouring rain.
Ward and wile, of Fiedik-ktown, Mo., Cnippewa Falls, Wis. and spent hund- off at the Oipra Ilonas T.'I, slay ev,,iiins, V%,- hoi,- nature will b,. generous 1in the
Mrs. Rakestraw and Miss Julia Fallis reds of dollars i trying to get it healed. uas dvI rtis, d, and a lhrg,' crowd wit- matter' ol w'ath-tr during .Miss .onrs'
of Toledo, Ohio, all guests of the Detwil- Twn boxes of BAN.L 8.NSALV entirely s*s.- d t h.l if iainta.. All the."skollhi s" visit u;s a nive wairns shy adds ilui.h to
ers at New myrma.areat the Van Dorn cured it. No other nalve so he.aling. Dr. plt la.yd tir iarts 'l''y well, indl Miss oht s tilt). net of ai holiday.
Homeeforaiewdays. J.X. Jo.i. Battaile dser.s mnuch cr.dn it for Ih.r h, r h,.'t It. Watts. of Sal.-.ni. Mo., writes,
i m 'skill in <-l.ii Ciii< i th. iiflaiir. .\loit I ,t w t ki. n, ,
Per s who lead a life of exposure are / im Grace Stewart had a very narrow i ) gine ii t- fii. I have .'i> trouilh ld wita kidney dis.asse
mbjct to rheumatism, neuralgia and escape frinm drowning Wednesday morn- to the lilptist church. for th last ive airs a hav doto
lumbago, will flid a valuable remedy in ing. A large party, of which slt.. was with all tl. Iding phIsi'ins ,nd have
a&LuO's *srow umaxmI.; it will banish I one, were in loathing at the octan ibea.-h A II)RRIl:LE ( )Il'TltE.K. ii-.4-d ill r.-dnsties siigg.sttd witlioiut r.-
i.n dt uhdin .an.dmation- h e p 2.- r.1 and the under current thriw her off her!r "Of hlarg'. sir -.-on iv little (al;'hiter" li.4 f"iinailly I tri.id l 'oI :v's KNins:V ciuit:


3 *.

In a few da as, le inten eting s edy of
Civil Government will be pursued ia the Cmmt
Junior clnas. Who known-a future p.- Joa.
ident may yet come from ou sunny
"Land of Flowers."
8T KEs A A 4IC3M.m.
Daily examinations are now being was troubd forM wns wP M t
given in the H. S., as a fitting prelude to cronic indigestion &d d o debWf~,"
the spring vacation, and many down- write F. J. Green, of La N. H.
east fa,<" are evident, as all wonder va- "No remedy helped me agt I b1mm
guely why thay cannot have the mea- using Electrie Bitters, whichdle more
les now instead of the Christmas hol-l good than all the medicine I ever mmd.
idays. TlThvey hao kept my wife inexcellent laMlt
On Tuesday. the II. S. received a most for year-s. She says Electric Bittes ae
enjoyable visit from one of oir northern i jst spk-ndid for female troubles; and
visitors, Mr. Cole. Tire Physi-al (Geogra- they are a grand tonic and invigorator
pIhy chla was reciting ns lhe made hiss for weakt ru n down women. No other
entrance. Hie very kindly informed "mleicine can take it's place in our fam-
us that this was the finest school he ity." Try them. Only 50 cents. Satisfae-
h.A wpn in Florida t, Since his visit tion guaranteed by Dr. J. M. Jones.

u murn ia n r i w, vtv. omur ien 'b it,
the Ifigh School has gone up a peg or
two and all hold their heads a little

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And last, but not least. is the coming K lM1l
H. S. Drama, the purpose of which is to U
purchase reference books. encyclopedia',
etc. Although the day has not yet been
announced, this entertainment will be Nobody knows all about it;
given in about two weeks, and promises
to please all, being peculiarly adapted to and nothing, now known, will
old and young alike, but what's tlhe use
of talking, it will be "the" thing. In hist always cure it.
imue of the, notes, neglected to state
that the H. S. wishes the patronage; the Doctors try Scott's Emul-
lilwral patronage of Sea Breeze. For
how could Dnytona do without her sis- sion of Cod Liver Oil, when
tor city. So come one and all. and rem-
emtlber its the "High School." they think it is caused by im-
It was study-hour. and quiet reigned perfect -digestion of food.
throughout the roam. k uddei.ly
a volume of cinders, smoke and asies. You can do the same.
canse flying out of tlhe stove door.
There was iuorm' than one exclamation. It may or may not be caused
and a general I imking-and coughing then
took pla'e as the, smoke grew denser and! by the failure of stomach and
thit'ker. Be tween Miss Brown and Pro- -
f,-seor Ri.'hlardson, however. it was soon bowels to do their work. If
find that the stove-pi;s) was thorough-
Iv rustt d out. and it was then briefly an- it IS, you will cure it; if not,
nouHnc'd that the II. S. might have half
iholidiay. as a new pipe must 6b- reinfior- Vou wi1l do no harm.
e..d. Some of thle pupils would like The way, to cure a disease
have the stove-pipe taken down eve.
dy. '- is to stop its cause, and help

Now Are Ywr. Kidney t
Dr. Hobbs' S'aragus Pillteure all kidney Ills. Ma
pie free. Add. bLerliuig imey Co.. CbicMagoor N. Y.

the body get back to its habit

uf health.

and 50 centi. Dr. J. M. Jones.
Mrs. Alice M. Kyle, the field secretary
of the Woman's Board of Misions. will
speak in the Congregational church next
Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock, also in
the evening to the Christian Endeavor
Society and.the children.
Rev. T. C. lill, D. D., of Salt Lake City.
leader of thecrsmade against the seating
of C0ogremsimnaelnet Roberts. and for
thirty years Superintendent of M. E.
Minion in Utah, will preach at the
eint M. E. church Sunday evening,
March 24th.

R. I. Wall and Dr. Brown returned
Saturday last from Ocala where they
had beenin attendance at the meeting
the Grand Lodge of the Knight h
Pytbhas. They both report
meeting and speak very highly
the way they were entertained.
expelkthe noxious germs of dywpe it
from thea yten, absolutely cure them
ease and Causes the stomach to furn
healthy blood for tissue and nerve build
l1g. Da. FomD's DParrPTIiDm
drs from other remedies. Dr.J.M.Jo"q
Abill will be introduced at the nex
e iomn of the Florida legislature t
e~ b h e the nmaw of Hillsboro river and
Mosquito lagoon, in Volusia county, to
"Indian River North." There are thre-
SHilhboro rivers in Florida-two on the
east coast and one on the west coast.
Besides this river in a part of the Indian
River proper, hence the desire for the
change of name.
Prowor Alice Trrell. of the chair of
Mathematics in Pekin University, IPekin
China. who is spending a few weeks in
thiecountry will deliver an address in
the First M. E. Church Sunday morninmr
at 11 o'clock. Professor Tlrrel l was in
Pleking during the siege lby the Allied for.
ems and knows all about the horrors of
that awful imprisonment. She will have
many things to say of interest about
China and the Chinese. Public invited to
hart ber.
"" .Jo Y. Detwiler, of New Smyrna. fish
r eommissionrr, has received a letter un-
der date of March 5th, from United
S states Fish Commissioner George M.
-. Bowem. at Washingrton, stating that
two arloads of shad fry will Ie sent to
Florida between April 5th and Alril 20.
Commissioner Detwiler has arranged
with the railroads for haulinr them. (On*-
carload will he distributed in the waters
along the Florida East Coiist nrilway
and the Seaboard Air L'ue. and the

feet. Mr. EKy went to h r rowse and h, ( i'il.ad hled ,hveloli-d into a aso..' tf s.;a ll.-l''l" ;siln l..ss thiant two hottl.-s ,ompl.t.ly bA ('OtGII M.DI 'IE FOR ('IILDREN. When Scott's Emulsion of
too was overcome by the wat-r. They w-rits I'. ). IslIill ,f M itiitoii. Ti. ISil .. iil i:' iiil I aml sonil and well. Dr. 1 ve io he sit ancy in rom nelig
were finally rescued by Mr r. MTalddnii. but Iucl.'dr.ii's Ai'iii ia Sillve in.I'-tily .1. M. .hJon's. 'li i's ght re y" says F., Cod Livcr Oil does that, it
We understand that it wa.i several houls Cntid hrr. Is a gua:i.ra. f-or ,,, hLak.r '. '
before Miss sCtwart regailed Clons.-ious- -z -'usa; ',' t *. S.r.l ilh i M. Pimil s. Educ tour owels With Cseon lreta Mora. a k n ispular hit- Cir: Nien it don't, it don't
2 Candy ntharih., Cuom e on-tt ipnttionf )reveo sf Iitetr.shlr,. %'a. "We havsyte given it tos
nes. Sor.-s, I hIrrs and i'iils. (l\Ily :2. -re~i its i' 10c,c. It .C.C. tail,drnggistsrefundamoney our ,hihren when troule, d with ad cure. It .vc does harm.
.M. ir hirn when troiid witi i cuc. It nv dos ham.
AN HONE'ST MlMEDIVINK FOR LAI(;IPI'E- .g.. l. l s, also wliooping 'cogh. and it has
G(eorg- W.. Wnitt. of Siouth ;Gardinr. A v.ry this inriiig 'rption \iws igive POR ORA NGE l svn wetT satisfiit. It ws Te genuine has
Me., says: "I have had the worst tough. ut lie ltidlywvootl Tin .i.y iifst moon iy --eoniniuld to sil lyt' a dru'iggist S this picture on it, take
cold chills and grippl and have taken lots the prollpritois-nd .ii l i. I lgmts. Tilh, RHv. andl Mrs. Full wood arrive. Ti.es- it' -st couih <' ligh ndiv ine' for children as it no other.
oftrnash ofnou.voiint but profit to their oullsl was Ipeiutifully d vendor. Chanimberlain's Cough lMnSl iuiedy is pilms. ml ss, isliagilloli( tili lsl \\ ihll lowers. li v l'il o li i i i tht ls. s. .urrh sot r sr to f tiit-'ly atill druggist. tried it, send for free
the only thing that hias done any good About two,. 1, lili.uittr, t ook pairt in IthI. r,'- t. nl hir tequairterly mii.eeting. Thety were sample, its agreeable
whatever. I have used one bottle of it t4-'p'tililn nil ii 111111ny oit llur i adi. s r' tlis.guests ef RIt I'iatillo. Then-s wias taste will surprise
and the chills. cold and grip have all It ft ha nulsonsiim-I ,owsn:e'l. Tl' wsas, -irv.ed in dlivins s.rvie. s r'idi.vluy .ev'.niing; Satuir tliy NPO JNCE. PARK o 0.
me. I congratulated tht manufai.-turrs of thl, suing alirl ory till.-Mis LsIs Lis. ;i a, iiiornitr ;ind' it il .v1a ninig. iLso Saliiinidy sin1i':- SCOTT & BOWNE,
an honest niedicine." For sale by alh Daisy M3lir.l) ; .Mis (.i.ir. of At hint. ing aid ,v. ninf. Or. andi M'rs. F'ill ward Thie ** 1 ilad .lI,'arst'; of Tl l i nll i-. '.i'. T ihf ll)ow inig wl''. gr.-sts oi Ji.J. B. C 'l M.ii.lyiv. le,; ar- are gla to se e it n.i t,,' r ti:i. It it s og09 Pearl St., N. Y.
m N. G ntlc dierd Wens- \hl .s ti ,.,1 t ,,,I dl i ,. :, ,i,ti mi,- l iiitltet: iig [ftr their honi in Jancksionville h by thr l. tronzel rh th l t ois t peopi1 who 5 ao. ,id $ ; :ll drrggists.
Mrs. James N. Gamble ds d. A. iltu d. 1'. bWit.i... :: : I rtin. a -re hlme selbd ti itln a ay of ric'linl th'e
day morning at the winter home of a. pleas'd to ,ind a way of NsIliI. tht
the family at Sean aBrez. of Itrighit's I t ,l Rv. and Mrs. Savag. Mr. .. n. rntowns..
Dis.eae. s! .as hat.h ,Is uf lnd A.to "" Mo A ,i'isf' i 1.s. Sl.. t. !itusil .ani .Mis-. .M1. towns.
Disea. Deceaed had m confined to Bltkfor Mr. ninl Ms Northis lit ais4d TIner,--n- sehardly a va-ant standing LEGAL NOTICES
her room ever siue coming to Horida A. It iighin. S. i af h lisa s s i i'r. al .1Mrs. ';irvis, went to thit Inlet r nn in town, when son,, move aloin
t ,d tofIIle G(AM.I:TT -.\!-ws iroomi ihnt til\s i ... itown, v in Fionii lov tt.
last fall. Services were held i he Thurs- on ns .',luslay in R. Johnisons i hiorut. others quickly till tht ir pla-,., to-dayr NOC
day aftenoo n thi rnl-h. t to \',ivs ont> ift sth-i l,.tliltl i..clio.S oer iiM il ir p to-tI Notice.
day afternoon and thee miaini sent to t. ver ,i en. 1ill, 1tll-, llt and illishr, tivy go, to-day tley will omn: we rn f h
Cincinnatti, Ohio. for in term rnit -- as "s tat at one doss of Lty's HosNt: pi n)sesd to geet the samn pl.e.sanit -o)- Foit t-. viz- tsf-:11th .Iry .f April ,nxr.
Mr.and Mrs. iGamble have lived ihr l* -ar fter ear i lie" s i*re-ttler ns lI h.,, be he rd, I
I(;IIT I?\ H R TIRIt lA 1 A sto< Is voi. l wh l> lio rs- PI ya a year. -li y > tv lit io or lle Minori J....
about eight years and have niatlo ini V yNI( 1i V W 1. iiI TFi:i l tl. l "'. iN i t 'st:is.li Ihsis voi yeWi tt ofi:.e ci -nit c poirt ii **iti for v.-in-la
friends. who svrniaithize with Mr. (arli- "I w-tiil .ciounlgh iw.,ril all niighlt i) .'-- is..,s h.lsn-at oeIt Ii -'.v.in t lsis hlet ir.- itt rstrawlirri's and veg-tale- s are in r I ,r -' si f,rs t l er ,.iziii '
ble in his sad be''a -ersest. A pl I v. of A it' "'sit u ir issi' I I ., i,,4NA H'-,ti 'if riomi Lui' cr. llford five
bleinhis ad a ement writs Mrs. Ch;As. .\pi, ,. ,f A.l.xn ,ntrl Mlusi, i Hall. (hiclo. Ntling p',.ntv. andl thl. fruit trees in bloom. If r J. R. l.E.
Sriai. Ind., "ai.nd .,ihll lhal-llvy -. t an vy- -ls".'* sgsod. Dr. J.M.Jons.-4. th'g'onl uin,, Florida weather will comnip .t.tonMr. F:t Mareh 7th,. .-i0
Died. at the Van Dorn House in D i- leep. I hal l oinsuliption so bnisl tliat if Th,, 'l.ts f ish,-ir,,n fn", ti, li.t l li ne.k from its waind-rinis, we shall a'iain -s -.----- --- -
tona. Mat-h lGth. of consumnption. 31i, IirMi!- I walk k h frih- 1- t d uday vein;g.having had a hlto a b e to b ( o ast of an aunslan.-e of fruit Notice of Special Leiaslation.
ton J. Moore. in the 22 y.ar of his ni -,. fully an spit lh.,ul. ibr whi.n I all u .,l ,1- P. iri w il tilt.'. t 'nj,' h an s-perio r climate. IL,,,, it -\li. i tn o-r thi epubli.
Mr. Moore at the time of his d.'ath w:is i,.in s faith. I 110 1. it ItI .s ,f li. 1tth i ts l t t lar n ol' DBxt '' t# I "i'- 1 i- t i. fli ,,i *k-r teit
employed as steward and ltbook keeper at King's N w lisi y hv ,,, llv n it r'laining anotither t t next The -'S-mininol,.. fortn rlyn tit li' hl.-o'k i,,,',,I 'if li;, ,, ,,-tt s l',It h .hme-
the Van Dorn House. the duties of which .1and 1 gaintesl 5 It ,,iS I ts.'" I's :is, luts t'lv state-. is fa.t t st rginsg from as taung!#. of -; r .iL. ,1 -ri .; ll ih' ,
position lihe prfornid in a most faithful s arant.eel tio 'cin.' i o ih rl A I'. lsA. .-I .A TE I.AI i I:-WH!AT' hi l i n b ti i i ttiral-tiv, b 'h-i ,A', lA'," i tx:M',ti xm ,i -hi i t.xc"hiAid
manner. HIle was n yo ng man (iof exein- ;ri.tp, l. I h's.nii-'i,,hit ii's r l all Thrlins;it ain,! I -iinllv ;a us i ra kiti.r -)sigIh I.ind a ,.aii..ie al i-ag of s I ifutil p.1rk; tih, w'i r. hi. ,ii:. ,., I 1. I, .h.t J. It n itr.,n, G. M.
play character, of good edui.-tion timi Troii .l'rs ie.n s It 'ri. 1 i' 5 -.. -nts '.rd 1 l o., I. Ii i,., li-. 'S IONAln oi w ,sknss. o vs O lover of nsI- it'r'. lir s t n "ly -i satj ,r '- ",.;i It.
business ability. II' died lan mentedl y I' T ial tlt t.. .1 1. .J.s.. T is Ig ar nt d t t lia es a g tsis-is. Il wi rf .
all who knew him. and was laid to rnest .. r .l m.-i oI strong .n w.ll. anl lut :iu, nosw Slier ons traion Pbli Not Phnii
o:1 Sunday last in Sari Benz- -m nt'-ivy.r %CANDY CATHARTIC I'. i.no sulist itiit-. bDrc. J. M. 1.lone.'. will ,I.ait' at grt is vm 'nt l .d- and S.rgeons.icis
Rev. C. 11. Binghanm officiating. l !itioii to soru-' ir.r' fI-ront. | aih-r. s as g irit i llh,)le i t-rtt-Ii' r i Sevi it I .1 h iil i lsh Districtllt "
Instead of $2S. as stated in I.st wlvek-s mwtsrtis il "l'hl.',lwI itl';lhl'ld,- 'l- O...rl..il ha lu--ir ii 11M )
ssue we shouldI have s a d tha t t"-r I nS t A.ntitlo.-d-
Amountre allied from the c i.he .r party N old nb(lk ,.1 ls lI,. ii ,' I | |ate l t' I'ruit i -e s t l
.dbort hn t fSt. G mine a pedQCC. C. Ne soldInIl. .1 nt -sn it ..1 I to s' ..-.. ;ilt u e: Ia :tl. l11. l
for the inefit of S. Leisoke.s'" S.hs*iitospital was ewareor to Wtssell D Y SPiE P S IA '. tsl
f14.73. The hlad,'s iof tlhe I'ailmitto ht nothing just as good.-" VI \ l,,n.salv m ,i h foll-owi,," tir-
ai M le of fllincy aittiles .art that popill ir t.v s iil-.l lr thi solt lih in l' iiis i cl;s:ii ls ,,a ,n its Iwt ar i : i.m of ida y..-e .M -li, li'.-i '.ill i s i alit o i the l ist ln]-t of -lo i
alea .rin 1 it. ears t it n, i a i i ctw i ot: -.6" i .1 3 il'ii 1) s-t'4. its t 1-p-l ft i rt f l ortd s-tis
hoult Tuesolday of tl.is wev '"k f'roiIs which Mr. Part', -r'-,i. nitz:i: i,,hi t' i" i : ir. .nii ll is. C .itti -. Mr. 'l'iits ii;in b t m S to .:st. sti s nes- 2i i'r t i''. ih ,d t\l i'ill inu.! ;aIl i ,li-e'f in rtlrllllldo.(iillinge
$110.(K) was added to thie a imoint to b, N;r lhil>i. laN.. s.ivy : *in J.utii irs y I Ira i i' .i 1 r. Nst.ii;,., tii,.v I;iat.-tl going tio t.re i4'' A .e' <,' t,. I ';tiVi, '. I -ihr lt on 'l Im.t- av. April i.
sent to trustees of the hospital. The ur- iv ery' li d c ll ,,I : tn I v l.%. i n. l :>..t l half I s,,' s ,,Sa tvec 5 iUT rn' sd. until I ai as e' i ls I 3 1 .t ing t l i. l s'cor di''Tl' inl Vthe
., ___ .. .. ..... ....-:....... .... .... n... i rT i ,*'4*nt .n i tiil i fii '*il ii nil T n II 3ri, Ievr-awar-triuOIie -I olit I L. ki ti cis..e r 0 ...

donated by lady guests of t ht- house4:.NMrs. i eVipt ii'lts fritIII t W ) 411 'wt-. lew .w I Par 'a rd a rtY T110-11) V e-- x. rini, vs
C. B. Perkins. of Saleni. Mass.. sevt~--worse :11Il-al l 4'ii'. 1tIlfiaIlY 11b1," ,.1it : 1h:1, rr-na a X-tr1y p1'kllt I -;I'rtY. Ms
eral beautiful artit]. sFtand Nrs. NMeKinl.y oteo o1, l~~ 4rT~s ~iIN .- .' .ln. (%i w xa'tt~
wife ofPri-sid-titAl,-Kinlo'y. senit a pair o af'e*1-; s 1 ,)Thr ofi ''~i. I wa.; t.ii- ihl .:s.
slippersxwhith tbrousght a snntr little Ipricestirely esrD1 r..1. M. E. .MJoz.'-li Bkrl Itns.'
If other fowii ls.rwighvIout thle staft- L O~C PT~~t it~i in'-- Ri %ery&tl.i i.. .'a ip?.
w~ousldltalke a14situ sit-treA till St. Lnkes, GA=d S PI M 011 AitW,1,-L!\:a 4)sq.;T
WI itll itas lat iit'' .thle I ro.:isurv YDO9T ouLfew
would 110 ve r bo (I. ~~ I lyou can be cured of ani- form of tobacco usi it 'ir.'~ rlI s'a 'i '~i i
easily, be made well. stror.g. mig~letl f, 1 ,f Ar .II ;In %-I "v l
This laosjit~sl is not .1"I snstittttio:1 Itots- new life and vigor 1w taking @.10..e40, r* r a-Ialsoirir .\\II 114.i
that makes weak m'en !suong. Niaiiy igntd* 'i*t t *.A ~lt~'.I' u~.
dueteId ill theint*' er. b~st Of tieIre tiVtlfv ti la*k- ten Pounds n ten dat-s. orer 500,000it14A
5)tIville lbut ill the issti-rest (4l t he stilte all cured. Aldnisg7gistq.cuearnet.&o :pltI'ti-;1.\woud
let and advice FREE. ga~raneed. ~hliek 1ttr 'isakI"a '.ss iG~t
I 3ZBDV O.. hkag or~ew ork. 4~7 .v W and iartly out of ~is boat.


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Guud. 1%-.-r -,' --, Wit tt'tiku. 'or GSa1-4If.t. :
Star55w 5.m- k I"m-i' I ly.4hie ,g ?.er.-ms 'eN. .. o,-uIr

1'P it knif,uwn ih.,t it't.tr sixty days
-,.l it 'lf i s. if Ii't 'it I. : u nitt-r-
*- 'lsi-,i .- l ji l t it I 1 i to 4 .L l>'Xt lr t lf-
is ut'. r n sito t I t .t utii n e itw i5-
a 'sir. o Is lot lsa- ior th. it.'ns t t ofrs
il', l I. l t, .-' li a i It i n.ll gl t silt.
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... ...... 11 .. .... -a,.,:-e ........1, ) lIlji)! ..j r 41 0 it d k-r e-qotat sto asand a e .r
Ea..eq ,wal Swiss an4*111 r II 1.) ~a .*;~ .1 El. :alaika ........ ,-1, 5) ;j Irie~ -' B Y. R.Buffet Far-
rieeps aF 9. U. R7. g Par. II?.14at: .pui. )iasn....... fo43?,E 3rC
I .l.... O i nud............ ........i ,p 43'I-t: Car.
Vt. 21, A. 'L. Up-m. i4 t i`l. .1 'pt. j~I- 3 *r*c~,- ... ,, ,S.7,Xs t lac=u pMW
statio ns 41o ilm a nd1: :en* 'rL )c-t ..... ..... By v I h aleB uffet Par-
C- H vs'liWO afi''i 2 3 'Ki 4 .51 3 ..... j r ,:1 LAT :;I I"., J tlier Cars. Pz&ieaxlers for this
Par or. al-. 5 in.n _`5 ..... ... C "*' .... 1'ran1m ust- p -ovid"s th
is' I Oa1I: 3 j,1!4, -k- -. ........ I.I I Z ,3 ..1:.'v14 witah parlor Car tickets
*.. .1 4 151 .......... sd e .t. 1 141, 4 : 21) iu'n ,e ition to reju.lar pahaing
b Onm?.O!K :.ra;v11 -41) ; :4!)! "......... 1ia.PlIe......... .. .....~p**I &Ponl4"a
Parliar ~r.4r I rMCirs.
14. N. Oi r ... ... a*a nI A. C. L Ulaeha MR?).
C@1Os:;h1-4t 1I~ 3.Cvt4.ek-lf%'. ...............It) '!Oo Llnoea nd ca*'J s
11XA:3 0., ii 6F rtJg.irer ....../ y 0L I x -4. L, C. B uffvestibuleQ Buffea t
The W~ino slw tiontoblte0 i .;.- ~sto,et'?is 0d ITjh41 k 4S "ii1 !V
eve, ~ ~ ~.6 47- pl .. .....:S -tart.. .5 I.:.1 u;1A 1 O J ~a ttof n. M Sh. By.
have theirvineyardsttockedof tend 7 r,-4., 124.Oul IBuffettlileep or.seA"
e:opan s it -b. I?: O 81#4: 4r: .... ... I.. [ I-Jn~unirr.....is i.1.t i 'j C a.. Takn o ntoN ew ork
Y~a i rt ~La 'S h (15. C Ip. Lr'W rali e. -
thBinen hs o ntyitevie a:-% I'vfor tMi-! i 4-%f9 )rl 1"1 r ,-WniadfmBah
overfory yarsago Th Sper a'y H. '.: SD-f4Y at sta Ions a
t1efies-i te orl, 11, ITvi- S 4do ntWetopnwhret N-ch ... A n it t I!4Ziw ie .ue1 o
theerrvichafull stodykad o h a.1 trt.p" 1 -A- I.A.- "a 1 ii .o4. ii Estiupta7)
shamgract ter soneyceineyad. o xV~ I o a-%. .i:ugu- Is t ~ist ie4I oI Yr
weUkS persona, espeially iV 7.1aih1a1 A Air .......,Iik-. ii.... 7eaa sol .'ru airLin-. (Comn-
th idi hsc u ty h i O11 -3(1I n-i.i.P1.-To2I' 1 .: I Ir..A Fort 1J_;ttijvfiy of Pualman
felImapeorndthedagedpante dhere r 7D I.-C i no...V W )-Arp oerteAo
strui~and win ithasno so. 37r -~r'- 121 l.- -1. .:. ~ ai-r- ':~1 i11. is.12 '-z- U..Nor -rP~~A n Ic?- WU 40.
r-,a -Jt.-I: Aij*.3 1 g A,:' t. 1 -ewto (' orkat
who aved treined tinthe hewommedius-,-t- I'Dae-o-e-. t1of h
te astebt.Palq' CTa sd o tpweet'm ila-) t'shown. a". aejacagd
Ahirrclsesudy boy pyscansdonigh.,*. V. it. ., ..'1.3 t-L.1-Ne X.-dti
chareffctof iffuexeretlrads.oIn- ';t- -' -- .".l A.t. Kr..il)York
aines on. teak sy pros stem cnv -lSa-lkr incsr r .Ia'~~..NeN*..".m C\- ;t a (IN.,N3)Oine. Co1n
fhemal tes, nd te agiyoted a emae, r j.W I-hn_ -. it p- ~-:" ~ --'-.j': t --'A -&. Lf, ty-Co-i l17serate on
Passadicinwlwinesort heirn p qains; .. ..,N'*eP~'l~'~1p I-ki-. -I~z is, t!Lr F Ill) p
as a amilywine t hagno suer. Cie-iz-f A\,,j..... 'jii't'i ST. -,iir:'.-.iP e to*.i.Nu..
ha(. 4' l:I',t ....'.. W1. 1 ~ ~ 4 a 7
the country, here and in Europe, c.a '.' y ;f -I.fnaC 1, A.-4,1v4of L man .5 0a'i
wh a e tidth m rcm ei ilfl* IlT`I.d-- .1 --1 I";'4 Dr.liatI.-%!ww- ut-. on this
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A%% t.oey CTa For copy oc
Mb ha ,Oey aoT. 5. D. BANNER. Aas.Ga-'. Pai%. Agent.

'~I.~1 %.%'.A%.% L S:-. SPRINCEEDWARD.
!,AVANA. 1 1 I 7":.--:: r.ny- kn Fit-Is4n .1 M
3 .~- ~A' r-. -. *a' a l Th-ixt-3uys .. :; 0p
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of local tima #'.ird a I 1ro'i aity A'4''t-

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Tri-Weekly -ailings
Calling at Charlmton. S. C., both way.

,The Clyde New England and Soiutherm Lw.
Direct Service Between
Calling at CharlestowBoth Ways.
Southbound......................................From Lo "is'Wbwrf, eem
Northbcund............ ........from foot CatherIla tr-eet, JaBullsoo

(DeBary Line)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
BIAE AP'RINt. and Intermediate Landings on Sr. JOHN8 RIVER.
%STEAMER "Cty of Jacksonville,"
Leaves Jacksoeville 3:30 p. m., Seadays, Tuesdays and Tberedtys.
Leaves samford 9:30 a. m.. Monday. Waedesdays aad Fridays.
Southbound Northbomod
R.ait l down SCHEDULE ead p
IAa ve :::: pm..................................JACKSONVILLE Arrive iO
** '.: 1. pn............................... PALATKA Imave p l at
S ;1:00) am ......................................ASTOR. ".. 10 0m
4::30 am.............................. ST. FRANCIS 1 Opa
........................BER-ESFORD (DE1LAND) 12-00 a'
** '::') ani............................ BLI'E SPRINGiS 11-00am
Arriv .',:0 ,m...................... .............. SANFORD 9:80 aU

General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

A. C. I1A(iERTY. Eantn Pass. Arpnt. F. M. IRONMONGER, Ja., F. P. A.,
19 State St.. New York. 204I Wept Bay St., Jackonuvins, FPt.
THOA. I). HALEY. l,.wal Frt. At. C. P. LOVELL, Awst. Fla. 8up.,
1'oot Hlog.n St.. .Jawksonvill,. Foot Hogan St., Ja kiOnviUb.
JNO. L. HOWARD, Superintendent,
Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville.
G( nral .Maniag r. General A ts,
Chliesebrough Building, 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York.


[EQLEY'S Honey and Tar cures coughs
and colds, hoarseness and croup,
bronchitis and la grippe.
Pleurisy, pneumonia and con- thev
sumption are prevented cases. ar(
b l Honey and ways relieve
by Foley's Honey adFoley's Honey
Tar. Asthma and Tar, and in the
refstimp. stages it cures them.
The proof that it has done these t
is on file with your druggist. We gu
tee it to do all these things.
Note: There is nothing -just as good" or "just the sau
oley's Honey and Tar. although there are substituted on
dealers mae more proSt.
BANNER SALVE cures piles. It's guaranteed
Sold by Dr J 11 J

Clarendon Inn

Leonard Gill, Manager. A p

Strictly First Class.
SEA BR-F-- F .

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;d by

"Savannah Line." From


DSOt. L*OUIS and
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hin' F t -S :10 ,,1- 111 .-"....... "-mi.v ille (A. "".......... Ar pm a-
aran- .. 11' ., l n 11:55 am Ar......... aidaost (A. V. & W.).............L 4:45 pmr :10am
4,"., am. .::-. .pt .....-..-ll a r t o....(ii S. & F.)S.......... Lv 11:1' aL- 1 :18 l
eS a i : I I Ar ................... At it a (c. of .) .......... ..... L awl :50 pm
1".041-- ,1 12:21..... ,. ... I *I.rtahaooga (W+ & A.)........ 4:05 amI 3:00 pm
wLi': B LA A:DS' ": m."1 Ar...........Nihmlivllt (N. I'.& St. L.)...........Lv 10:55 pm! 9:30am
to N ew Y k .-."to nh7 1 i; : At................St. I.< is (I. C.)..................Lv- 8:36 ant 10:15 pm
d. BY LAND A ND SE A. -:, :, 7a. ,,, I. .....-...... hvillt (N. C St. ..... r .Ar.":5-pm.:9:05AM
d."1:47 -112:1o "Lr.....................-irtin (1. )..................... "' 3:55pm; 5-15am
oes Florida to New York. Boston anJ the East..: ......................................;
S ................ .... Lv .. .... ...p :0 m
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah. 1_:7"1 am'; :7o am iAr........ aiille (.& N.)........L 35Pm 315 am
j :1a oI :. :8 ..: ............... 'hi'-ogo (C. & 1. V:) .. ..... L.11:05 am 7:00 pm
By the, TEN;CE via Fzlatial Express Steamnhips from SAVANNAH. Four ,,;x'.!a-,7t.l\ t l-.- lvli I-N l.;rwts thru li'L,otlha Budt Chicago ia Martin, andk.
S.a: SAILINGS EACH WEEK to NEW YO.K MAKIKG CLOSE l-j, "1- IL IL. h... irg 'iru-,.t c'uh'-tioL, for all poiut, in the West and
Connections with New York and Beston Ships Oj Sound Lines N,. ::-- AY X'Tl:Es. rrri.s through Pullman Buffet Slepers between Jack-
All tickpt agents and hotk; re irpP r llit-.! v,0 !i uth nr ; il.. i ; s ,.ii .j ":,.- at:d I ui a,,, via Na-hville. Evaunville and Chicago & Eastern Illinois R. R.

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FL R D .New l'ior J,- North River. New York. 224 W. Bav st.. .Juckt.-iville.

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Srn.,:. ,>a-cllgcrr akt depot it, Jaclsonvilie ur my ofEe. 2. 4 Wet Boy Street. Drop a* a Lie.
WAITER I HAWKI.aa. Gen'i Agent Traffic Department. Jacksonville, Fla.
Drida J. C. UAILE., General 'assenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.



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