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 30, 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: VID00377
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
alephbibnum - 002059610
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Preceded by: Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)

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i mt m_4 e hAM i Pi brow and black kid oxfords with heavy extension

i&r1 $250 Boots $3.00.
ViAto Oxfords$135,$11.50 and $2.



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Sae and Fancy Groceries Fresh Fruits,

Hay, Grain and Provisions.


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W tae pleame a showing you their BRAN NEW STOCK OF NEW
GOODS, consisting of

Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruit,


HAY, GRAIN, ETC.


NORTH BEACH STREET.


11w. inds wU be plumi to CNNe" you.


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we receive is appreciated, and
filled in a thoroughly satisfae-
tory manner.
ornW G **esi*Are M^gh
fresh; and in perfect condition.
Full weight and full measure is
guaranteed. We carry no dead
stock, for little figure. Keep
things moving. foods received
from wholesaers to-day are in
consumers hando'to morrow.
Good quality and these prices
iake trade lively.
. Best Elgin Butter at 30 cents
per pound.
Fresh egg at 20c a dozen.

YOURS TO SERVE,
* J.E.RUSa


Onm *-ms te ingti eh uponsorm m,
And l m sai with mba, west Im-,
From oraip trm robed h m wmtal oom,
Where maodis birds are l nu of pmal.
Thi woods e ridhat, lowdhg-ee ad tnMee
The goldm1 mm, and violate eIm,
Ar glor om wlth newborn huwmsbiM
AMd whipped odom, from athir harts so tru.
Tibieeal air, is eloquent with love,
The joyous h m of gold b aded -m,
Fast hivinghomyr from the orange grove,
Buoyed up with hopes of larer oloes.
The an Usbinss graiouly with joyow mirth
And hiat of summer swphyrs thins wind,
DMp glowiag tereues spring from out te earth,
While edles love broods over aU mankid.
Daytoa, PF.., March 25, 1901. La Aaa MiCKeun.


rThato Whit We Thlak.
In Florida the chisf attraction are the
birds and allgators. There is a class of
people who visit that State every winter
and do nothing eke but wantonly kill
plumage birds, pelicans, cranes, 'gators,
etc. Last winter at Miami the writer saw -
two magaifcisnt pellesan that a tourist
had shot who walked to ee what they
looked like. From Ormond and Daytona
one can take a trip up the famous
Tomoks river by boat and the chief at-
tractions are the big 'gators sunning
themselves along the banks. Last week
a tourist from Daytona went up the To-
moka with a borrowed rile and shot a
ten foot 'gator that for the past two
years had come out near the railroad
bridge to sun himself. The 'gator was
towed back to Daytona and a big pow
wow was held by tourists and other
fools over the dead carcase.-Geo. N.
Chamberlain in Clearmonu (Va.)Herald.

Toemng am* CSamees To*Day.-
"A young man of capacity, industry
and integrity has a feld for individual
effort such, ane has never before existed in
this country," writes Edward Bok of
"The Times and the Young Man," in the
March Ladies' Home Journal. "And sue.
eeesis neither harder nor easier thaa It
ever was. Success never yet came to the
laggard, and it never will. Let a young
man be capable; have enterprise, be will-
* ing to work, and carry himself likeaman
and be goes where he will. His success
depends upon himself. No times, no con-
ditions, no combinations of capital can
stop a young man who has a determina-
tion to honorably succeed, and who is
willing to work according to the very ut-
most of his capacity and sinews of
strength. The real trouble is that the av-
erage young man won't work. He has
gotton the insane notion in his bead that
success comes by luck; that men are made
by opportunities which either come to
them or are thrust upon them. And he
waits for luck or a chance to come along
and find him. Instead of taking the sane
view of conditions and seeing with a
clear mind that as trade widens oppor-
tunities increase, he takes the mistaken
view that the rich are getting richer and
the poor poorer. These are the conditions
of mind and life which are keeping thous-
ands of young men down, and will keep
them down. The times are all right. It
is the young man who finds fault of them
who is not."

.rUthew Develo*noets In Ma
cosewisewe Twemde.
4q.
The Clyde Steamship Company is about
to add to its already large fleet of freight
and passenger steamers two uf the most
efficient and desirable vessels ever built
for the coastwise trade.
Thee steamers are being constructed
by the Cramps at their great shipyard
on the Deleware, and the first of them,
to be called the "APACHE" will be
launched on Saturday. March 30th. at
10:45 a. m. She will be 310 feet long,
46 feet wide and 31 feet deep, with a
speed of 15 knots. and capacity for3,000
tons of cargo. Her admirably arranged
and handeomly decorated acwommoda-
tiVon for over 200 pasengers will be en-
tirely upper deck, thus insuring the bent
of light and ventilation at all times. She
will be lighted throughout with electric-
ity. and all her fittings and equipment
will be up to the highest standard.
The second ship, to be called the "AR-
AHAHOE." will be a duplicate to the
"APACHE' in all respect,, and will be
launched a month later.
Both these vesels, which combine ea-
pacity for freight and pamengeirs with
speed and lightnem of draft toa degree
never before attained in ships of their
size, will a soon as finished. join their
widely known sisters, the"COMANCHE"
"IROQUOIS" and "ALGONQUIN" in the
service between New York and Charles-
ton, S. C.. and Jacksonville, Fla.
With the addition of the "APACHE"
and "ARAPAHOE" the Clyde 8. 8. Co.
will have 17 ocean going steamers.
besides a numerous fleet of river and
island craft.
This company already serves with'reg-
ular lines the ports of Boeton, Provi-
deme, New York. Philadelphia, Norfolk,
Richmond. Wilmington, N. C., George-
town, 8. C., Charleston, 8. C., Brunewick
Ga., and Jacksonville. Fla., operating
also a regular line of mail steamer be-
tween New York. Turks Island and Sun-


to Domingo, and it is rumored that fur-
ther extentions are contemplated in the
near future.


On the testinos yofemRinest pbyss
and many others both in Buropesthis
country, nothing can he more enctaI
than that large numbers [ad perhaps
multitudes] of personas have beenss brid
alive-and that many, after having besa,
pronounced dead, have shows agM of
lif in tim to save themselves from such
burial, and have dsaleed that whie u -
able to move they wee fully comueaouof
what was said and dore about them.
My own father barely Mesaped su buri-
al, being declared by his physdcane dead.
I have many times called attention to
this subject in "Our Dumb Animals" and
elsewhere-and have, in behalf of ou
American Human Edws tion SoBery,
petitioned the Legislatures of each of our
United States, and written the Presidst
of every Senate and Spsaker of every
Home of Representatives, urging morn
stringent laws on the subject.
I am now glad to see that a bill isbe-
fore our Massachusetts Legislature
which, describing various tests of death,
declares that in cases of supposed death
these tests shall be made by two come.
tent physicians at the expeuseof the
cities or towns, and that every city aad
town shall be provided rooms and suit-
able apparatus for carrying out these
tests.
This is all good so Hr as it goes. But
it is vouched for by many eminent pbyel-
cians in Europe and this country [indud-
ins our own] that in ordinary cases there
is no absolute certainty of death until
the beginning of decay.
There are in Boston alone many thous-
ands of persons living in hotels and
boarding house where, whenever death
is declared, every effort will be made to
send the body of the supposed deemsed,
at the earliest possible moment, to the
undertaker, the crematory or the grave.
In not one case in a hundred will the
body be permitted to remain in the hotel
or boarding-house until the beginning of
decay.
Now what is the remedy? I answer-
I have seen in Europe "mortuary" build-
ings to which the bodies of the supposed
dead are taken and carefully eared or
under the best medical inspection until
death is absolutely certain.
Now [in my own case], if sueh a build-
ing could be established ina Boston, I
should be glad to pay a hundred dollars
for my self and each of my near friseds
to be insured that my own body aad
theirs shall be thus carefully cared or
after supposed death, and also agree to
pay another hundred dollars or more in
case that after being carried to the mor-
tuary consciousness shall return, and I
think there are thousands of people in
Boston alone who would be glad to do
the same. I am quite sure that if any
responsible Life lunsurance Company or
Crematory Company or corporation or-
ganised for the purpose will undertake
to thus insure against premature burial
or cremation, it will not only do a great
work for humanity, but be largely re-
warded by a great financial succes.-
Gco. T. ANoELL, in Our Dumb Animals.


Everybody will be delighted to lear
that Alba Heywood, the Prince of Come-
dians, whose marvelous ability to imper-
sonate, whose funny songs, bright witty
sayings, and sweet singing have estab-
lished him a prime favorite with amuse-
ment seekers, will appear here Saturday,
April 6th.
Few there are who do not remember
this comedian in hie impersonations of
"The Cuckoo Song," "The Old Maid,"
'The Chinaman," "Josiah Allen's Wife,"
"Silly Billy." introducing the wonderful
imitation of calliope, phonagraph and
animals, and his humorous stories and
catchy songs.
Mr. Heywood, as befits an artist of his
ability, is always abreast of the tiss.
and returns to us with a bran new po-
gram designed for laughing purposes
only. He has surrounded himself with a
carefully selected company, each being as
fine in their respective lines as Mr. Hey-
wood is in his.


W Whole wheat bread made and for
sale by Mrs. Gramling; opposite the
Ridgewoad Hotel.


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Now line summer
clothing, the "Sat
tion brnd, Just re-
osived. W W W W


Trunks and V slime, Trunk Straps and Many
New Goods 'Just Received. A r Ar


Yours to Please.


,oore Bros.


FOUNTAIN CITY PHARIlACY,


CORNER BRACH 8TRUET aad ORANGE AVENUl,


Has a Select btock of......


DRUG FOR PRIsCUPTION, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,


COMMS AND TOILET SOAPIL


Perfumry and Fancy Toilet Articles.


DR. J. M. JONE1B, prpristbr, be esasd prAof'meslslly duriag bases
ewaOE; Me.. h ls, Uada Ol fi to 1080 a. I.; A3 Oto 4:30 p. 2.


=: SCHMIDT'S VILLA:-
Il located -m th alba live. It eOem m mttMrative view ia every dir.
etioM ea o M her lostisamabe Neastlat vilat. Diten summer the
bome has bem Malargd by the adltim ofta wgt as ut the room are
igle or eas-ite. A Anw dromhsbe lesabu e the seath sdgivi a

comortsmd coav aftls sls The haB eis nde u n "be The Caisine
is ls cae ofe om and ea mtsl tshe especl simof tkhe magemmnt to
kopn t b e to a~~al msewe Tbhe hs is the bloeoks arth of the de-
ptd=coaSstto tPe ehoises sdi within a mil
otes-vwithsteor whsM_ riu iaor Monef. Rates
W.80 pe-^. M l0. 01000 c m odspwsrl, af rnr to Mrfhm
Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.

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Feed -s Grain.


MASON & WALL CO.


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The Largest and Most Complete Stock
of Drugs in Daytona. Precriptions com-
pounded by Regitertd Pharmacist only.

i Pei**e a 'd Toilet Articles.
TRY OUR PINE TAP&.QLGII.H _SA M-L 2 jSf 1lt.. -'-
eac lfltl. P O" % DAYTOWA., r ORIDA. "
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C. C. Barnes A


REPAIRING OF

ALL KINDS. 10


Baeomd Door North of Poatoffiee.
'PHONE a0

Beach Street,


Station.ryv
.Magazines
S-wing Machines
Window Curtains
Oil and Water Colors
Artist's Brushes
Jewelry
Watchesl
I)olla
Glams
Fruits and Notions


N.Wmlspaper
Fishing Tackle
Bird Cages
Mat Boards
Dra.-ing Plaper
Musical Goods
Clocks
Toys
lBahketo
Candies
Bike Supplies


DAYTONA, FLA.


TERMS REASONABLE


THE PALM T(I
C. 0. CHAMBERLIN, Proprietor.


SITNOW OPEN FOE GUESTS


IMThe !nct.-I --'T! T'ii e' '- u.:.I :II axi front on tL. heawii;fin H alifax Riv#er.
IFilqhw ti l:. fl --..li: ::.. 11 I. t.kinig it ;t I I; Nt- dletiirable la'l)84'e141
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,A -vtrtimng Rates on Application. %


Tueosday...
Wednesday.....
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Surday, Marcn 30, 1901. Mna3.... 11:55 ....
Ttw.#dav ...... .............. 12-14 12:31
***SOS*SS*SS9SSSWednewlay ....12:51 1:02
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the 00e tPlE le. ~Friday ........................ 1:59 2-02
40 ......r.....l~-.rT ~ rir. atar................ 2:31 2:31

Arls. Miilli.' I Wia tl. i~eo..lialsi. TI Nh om pson
cide'l to) Iee.1l berr opi 4 IteYt 111(1mov0e toj
aimoth4.r pirt (uiZ -tlo- ,ii mvh'ivrl' m l anw "mI~
raist, i hick.ijis b -ca use t he Me gliln rMahel,
11iot let 61. raise aily tliciv. VALLEA NSTREEFT. SEA BREEZE,


Mrs. Ma.rtha Clhishioln W. of MaKes his Candies,
hal ii 'ii vrTy sickc. but is ~gt tting l b tte'r.
.Mrs. M.lii Illuliard, of Wayvross is
recovering from a serious illness.
In pulmonary trouille. the direct ant
of HnALL.AUD'S HoIIKHoINI) yt I u P 1M .All ni my ,e.ndies warrunted to lie perfect
the throat. -chet and lungs. immnneliately
arrests the malady, by rvlieving the dig- fresh and pure. I make a specialty
tress, cutting the phlem and freeing the Peannut Brittle, Salt-water taffy, creal
vocal and breathing organs. Price 25
and 50 cents. J. M. Jones candies. Stop in and w'e me. Sign ov<


L. A. Mungen, of Palatka. and Miss
Ida Gadlin, of Daytona. were married at
the home of the bride's father, L. C. Gad-
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the door.

H. F. THOMPSON.


ml en. Mlarh 214. Teym left for hew Iork
0 Thursday, when they expect to stay for .. .
about four ypars, and then return to
Daytona Mayty the couple have a pleas- aJam ~eed $9 0 0
to 40 ant journey through life.
Mrs. C. E. Vanlh.us4n.of Killourn. Wi S ay Yearly .
PALATKA. FLORIDA was afflicted with stoimin trouble andl|
eoilstip.ition for a long time. She lm.vs. l Men andi w.nIen of goaod adidres to repre-
S"I have tried many preparations lbut sent ui. soim. to travel appointing agents,
none have done ti none rlne done li tiE oir that hl- terst.< al.,ary guaranteed yearly; ex-
lrlain's Stomu.h lland liver Tabldets tra commis.-l andl exp enies, rapid advance.
* havo." These* Tiblrts nre- for stnial ',!1 .d e-talisl edt hisme. <.randl chaneie for
dlruggistt. I'rii e 2.7 'telts. Saliple frt.. ear'inet Imuni or wonin to ~cure pleasant.
r: man.nt i ..,. liberal income ant fiu-
tiur. Nt., buiiiiant lines. Write at once.
lO 'vi-e.s at th- I 'rinitiv. Bal.tis~t STAFFORD PRESS, New v..e., Cm.
) eu.hrlih. +Midvityv. Sunday asfollovs: Sun- I
da At 7::t0 in thi evening the pa.stmor will WANTED.
lr...- the. ;lmi SimundlvYP'rmol. l-:Ev.ry- Itli alle tman for manag-r of Branch
;i. ii Iit ( ti,. we wish toI open in this vicinity


Bativ.Wptist chur-hn.


If your r-'.ord isn K. here is an oppor-
tunity. Kindly give good refernee when
writing. THE A. T. MORRISS WHOLE-
SALFI I HISE, Cinfinatti. Ohio. lilus-
tra tel .4:1 tailoue 4 ce'nt stIniips.


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a t t q)I'ell Pot. Groceeu


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P. C. COUNT,
;4rT A.NDI) s-IiOIEMAKER.
ll:titaim iti n,.i.tiv done. Cotta-ge
A\ ,r h. l-h St., l)aytona, Fia.

OCEAN HOUSE,
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
l:atr-: S? and Upward; Special to
'eirular Boarders.


"'C'C~i 481~' *"'*8~.! NEW SMYRNA. FLORIDA
DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS 'I'.At Ift-h h ett*i Mr. .111d l I -,. 4e 841 -
NASH VI LLE. Midw~a1 .i,.1hi te itidet-.e1]ti t Y PE T C ID
MEPI. a se ik cc 1v-:L 1iy. : i4I Tho greatest old to DIGIESTION.
lA)I~l~1l LLE. eell t~ln % eii, lt-AIIIieis
CUNCI NN ATTI
The y.v S 'a turjn .It %-,eli~~i t ee]Cb. ii4,11 'ny
Carrying through Pullm~an Iestjbuck-d Bu'ffet Sectr' $',uashto~eei.St ir. .Iive i'c*l8 tur'i-St nle
I tus aNd Cha itoqo ?rithout f i'haqe. ('lu(it, it a-,-:1.1:

For information nMat ive to Injte,.-. I.llt.ule'. etu.. 4r for sleeper resr4-v ti. IeIlwrite to e Iint. f NMaIl a. ih t _rI fill2: ric Ir. .I i I.E .j4ulitr
C. E_ HARMAN. (Gen. hiss Aen. TM31 pOLF,.l's. Aet.Tee.i ;l- 11. iie nt ~el.
Atlanta. Ga. *Jne-ksoli ille. IFla. It iC leieeti..1 gi -4 c I.1 L t- I'Ie.8~1 rl't.. I~iril
H. F. SMITH. Tra&- cMunagur. Nashville. Tenn. 111011is jete.jejiet+-I f;i -,ItTlye 11Zt Il-IfilHlifa RiN. Th-e
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WINTER TrOUfMIPgF
will be on sale throughout the Northern,
all Florida resorta via the Plant system dw
return until May 31st. with liberal stop-over
Address ol parties in the North sent to Ie
supplied witfal information and handsome advtIf.
For information as to ratesfletping car ul wrvatiao" I .)
F. M. JOLLY, Division Pas- nger Agent, 138 West B tD:
W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, IL W.
Savannah, Ga.
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AM AUM POINTS AST AMD WEST. M W CRY,
no 011ER LAVE AFORS 9 lIlM WN i

THE NEW YORK AND

FLORIDA ULIITED
The Met Lxiuries Train is the Werld. Exclusive Plmia EqU -.
(Daily Except Sunday.)
Jacksonville to New Votk. only 28 hrs. St. Augustine to New York. only 39 kM
ALSO
TFE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA m
And THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL
To the East amndtl Ned.

THE CHICAGO AND

FLORID SPECIAL
( ,I t .-e; Sunday.) .
Superb -:1.4 i :n-n T-_ 7:r i to Chicago Withoet Ch gs.
Jacksonville to Ch:c::<. )! Au"ustine to Chicago, only 32 bsvsrn
Ame te CEN CTh7N d TI ; -J FLORIDA UMWYO
TO T;E- WEST AL.3 NORTHWEST
Through VestihuldIl Tran.o, Pu'lnman Dirawing-room Sleeping C T
Coaches. IPer'ect I) .rw:' C.Lr Service on all Trai s.
Thsegh Trains via S6iithern R.l:.- iarc Operated in Camuctio witM s
PIlant Syst'en from Jacksonville.
&ME TMP EXOURSION TICKETS to "11TE LAM W OF 7MS W
For Rates. Schedtres and Infor:nmation, call on or addres-
A. URAUMUM. rfw slhbg Passnsqer Anent. W. T. CSSST. TrawImeg PM Agg
108 West bay Street. JACK30N.ILL'. FLA.
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Florida Fast Coast

Bottling Company.
Maii:) f:-trer- of lHii i ira.ile So-la Water--All flavors
Cream and Dewey Specialties.
All orders pJomptlv'till.d. Write for p ri'. s.
OFFICE and BOTTLINI; 1 \v K --Vi.-: \ e. ,, .; '. I R'v station
J. P.THOMAS Propriator.


BOND & BOND


CO.,


Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, Ei''g, Ceiling.
Prick, Lime and Cemint in Stock.
I'HOM ai Offices and Y'ords: East Co:;,. "ailvay And Orage Avenue.


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Fancy Wood Worker.

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DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


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Kr. and Umz.. .D. Robert.. b& for
bkhr at Ainhb9, N. C., Thursday.
W.* B. Plrkbwasea,.e over from De-
Land FrWIY of hist wek on a vacation.
SChOice broad, pies and cmkes at


IS Our Pnu't Omage mm


7ri vedPBaltoogh Col, ja Sredb wthis
-!M elS^ I4 ___ 0 Dr Ho@' tm'W Pr k eud l ft !'^y ^
G M.. (Established 1"2.) l,
PL IMBING. GAS TITrI\. 0.,
1 gKMOW. STEAM iand IIOT I1WATEil 't!:.A Issm..IA-RA "cB
SIIl. EAT IN. o .in' a m has. b en in.tiured against
LOCATED IN MAUNiIC BUILDINt'. j hn -,h, r hri-
I LBriOA1Cht di' liibet.' or other dan-
We haw a telephonD-if you have any,1 O******* ****** *** gero.s aihne.ntrs by a lifty .ent bottle of
lawe tell a. Foi:v's KuXr:y C ru. Dr. J. 31. Jones.
Mr. Sd MrsC. R. Wright and daught- A. E. Trowel went to St. A gustinp city council met Monday, but i
er, f Potville. N. Y., arrived in town Wednesday; he will return today. owinz to the carnival adjourned till -
cenUy and are domiciled at the Pal- Our telephone number is 26--call us Wednesday night. The usual routine Dsatrle m AU
metto. when you want job printing of any kiad. business was transacted but ack of
The Ridgewood gare the last of th,,ir Q'it recently som:neone stole a box of space forbids us going into details. orm the purpose of estalboing a -
form systemm, the following fire di'-
series of dance for the season List ven- ciga-s from the mayor and the city ,x.\- Tho worst af:er effects of In enza traits. and system of alarm are hereby t
ing and it was as usual a- vOW s. .s- ,.'utiv is layi.in for thi oa o th ~t li.l it. an'-i from d 'ranged functions of the li- published:
fillA ltt .. r i 0 I. 1 .h .r r a


~ O t U& lat'st,,i Li~m r? Now th I !!i T~ev ~r i f~w. r.for it will str.'igte n 1liutilt-liorer to from south side of Bay street to north STRiK A lHfI.
DotiL The ltet stylesillXini- tie Iinr -TO.r'"l n x..roa c--:t11ton ilfor svsid ofLialOa steet -- wa t
Edward G. sen~~, gemini just-arrive~d from ',-i w Y.1. C~lt *lI L .1. rl~i vi~d. *-Vemvthlilutiul to l.it".. i X() M.Ii foi~(I .1ltiflteblr ilof iv Oksr'
agrt. of Columbus, 8. C., in uitoppittg a t W u er.MA... A A Dnvi wi lx*t -1..o.% t.. h.. ni.I.s~ l:t.fi. A%,t-. Ni 4*i -us. .1 M.*14iles N. Sal iee tto riloa a -ro indgetin ndF.vondbj

F. A Man tppe offfro hi A th,..R ItiIgWRid;--w o T:1''II, I.-1;ii I hI: I8'.I EW if I I ISojut i fironii %#, i hi ak i-t 1-61 iii lvetrt itr. hedd eu


if it it 4.., itf4 r rh

dkv and williapend the remaininder of t Is le I-. ()\ery..4):1sfli l a:"()!.,1 lit % r-: k1111dw oe.N te
s.-e*Nuon at the Palmetto. His bou'is a o tis it t n I0 i t. .vhla if I. I.IV.1I'1'Y Il i I 1,. vl 14 I I-' *-*~ ii.. i'1,ii. hl ae ~ ra.~ n u lm

H. Gow cmie up from Nasafltu W#41- jlea,4...l ... :1 \- lo' 1li-P17 It I I' ~~, ~ .*, f.w 4b s~loi; "1V.- iuiiantedb rJ.1.on .
InsdayMWnisma guest ofMayor Ludwig. fIMI 1..'DW:iivlf f-~s--. ;. :.:' -n ti1' ei.'il~-l ;I;: tv v:t 4 iti -'ri. p.'Na
Mr. Gove busa boat-of fe wsho are! tile hohl IpllI'lli h..tJl:I* :Wn!aL ai to) ri.1t.r'm heiiai,,I o he ti'ell)(01 i i ~it

Dhr.J. D. Faltoln,,who has been pVIr:!.: Aplii-.l: :i 12l 11; Ae42r tli Jii i ; 8I z pi at'Ia ,ills' f th ir 44t41 1 4 I.I ~'
patr is ei riw.:. ~4 ,(il !A~i 1. i;I. oa-wtow-il u-ill I~-,~'ieli -rd- ht~! 111Vki4 8
id the Baptist Church, durigtewnt-r n. h wilt)1I atl otlfl'.
b ht Wedueadlay for Bowton. Hits famnilyi~" .,A1 .' : *~-. V Pk4 14-4-i VIlti
meoazigiauiisul him.~~~~~~~~ 1\~v ila, totil:l.I I ,I otv*:I I I l i; i. I- 1-,''i. ~ 212.:atv1 lfi ilIi.j't ~ 4lll( Aio S- '

A movemenolt, ison foot to organize' a mmrht. I ba thi:t e..Ill) ; 'Iaii*i!I'8. it 1!.'1. .mir VI
a rowpav t~o open gol if tlzmk. Opt ions It-..0ve vl- wi tifh ti n Ia 'I It 1,i t 'A A:;1.1 If:" V.8''l''**!I [I),_, 'r,4 \4'I 2

erty on North Ridgewood.to!
Num~~y B~tnx......&mt~unja.. Pai'son 'r~m -liei4Iiojtheso- n! .-. ,*-V 8 2.'4 8 ,. I -: h,- d 'id I1I *'.,* II.'.lam:i 'i..Iai i un
owum andPineapple (Orange M) 4I 41ts ('haitills1-miaail s ".1i', 1 I .'i "I! w I it .t = AIl*, ~ ~1 Srtiall. tit Jj..,iIf V4184 i
apime.. Phoenix Wivillostris Pls 1.0a ~ i il,*4T,-m.'- $11N).2 t- .-f i '!1nh fl1'I 118 l"1'1 atD. 1 '1.lf. Ic *r..tb auiultiI m
Apply to K. N. Waldron. 'Of,- ha:.7.S,:jl, 1:K'* i'


youcaniqui*ylget rid of the-m %vithma lor'i141::1 N ; J.I *I.' *I'-' 1p ks2djo.Tems
Cb l i n boddos e f ~ l i l o e n vi.& D ~ R R ~ l ~ ~ s 't*l i I r i '-. 8 ''*II II. A 8P ES. ~

Cr. Price 25 and 504) etnt,. .Dr. I.. ai i K .-I.-..-,-.,., .I:;;; 4KLi ta anltv

gl8' iro III" r :i~t 4 q1aft RIP d ith efortur m oof gie daM ned .'7"~th
.Iudge MeC4rotfry wao over fi,.rziilel j kdi,.~- \it I'- Cl '. *. -2 i\I\. tr 1J nc i rI Ir141
Lrdk fl twlk n aV()N4 1-v-itIIJ I ran al'rrsill \m:r (A ''K I FS l T l U fCl

tensioned to hin 1.d with lagripm. ir-t.. as 1;1.-*,.- 11 : 1 411.- K4 Ei,, L ZfI!14'1'01 llJfLeSCtry.1SIOUXt..-. tIS
mouth. 4 2. -1 i" _-... ,. ,-I ~ 'a.. F ~ *1I.rL11 o,~S
: 4---.. 11 ICANDY
shieldoan Swols'. who, has meijeein. .. -.-,-,. Z .-Il 2.npl CATHliADc adjy ae oe
the mailgin at the Palmetto. left Tne~.la T~ ll I .- -- --.~.- 1, VoI A rC .

Mr. Swope haw miade miany fri-iiimrl!-ti. 'luTRADE l.4 '. '.. ,. fr .*ithat
ing hi- -- --s f~I US MARy heae. itso



Wedneividay. In the ,fterwitsiua 'Nif-,. 1 4- -. .. -
To ption giftve one. a.1it. ll thi '8l- lI U E~1: tL' n es n a
Miw aThompoon Isnt-rtatitk~l. '4 K' -1 .- *-- ~=. heeissoe


I'E'mme Bwho 1.-ad a ife' (if t'xp4 4512
subject to rhommatim.n,.14l~~* .I 411'I'
lumubagoi, will fim] II 1 it-aIalml'' 4, -0 .8
3ALLILDSPNOW L~INIMETl : it %Ni fl i- 4-- -
pains and subidue nt infla mt Iit w. I 'i 1
and 74 eintsi. Dr. J. At. Jon,-4.-


Mrs. Bakewll. a guest of the l'.h,'- ti
gave a hanrmin part v toi ;ai'rt i -* v ,
lady frki.nds at th. Willr ,ett-r r .. W in- -" '
day afternoon. Six-handedl *'i- '"
played, and a very hamndsoitn p[ri wa- !' i
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expel the noxioun gelilns of l. dyv-p.l-i
from the system. absolutely cinr~- tlh' ,t;- .A !4 ',' ;" "
ease and cnw-s the stomifiteh to firn-1n 1
healthy blood for tissue' an1 n *.rv- i hill ',
ing. Da. FoleD' Irt ':i-PTl ii t' ; I
dier from other rsnwdi'e. Ir..l.M.-I. ,. .'

Every column in a newsplme- coit: 7 ,
from ten to twenty-twv thlio, il Ili,- .-. I" ..... ,, *
tinct pieces of m.-tal, say, n*uI ''il.ne. .1i 1. ..


I the displacement of one of o whih'h w ofil
rse a blunder or a typor-apriiLai-at ,error.
and yet- soUm people think it s-tr mi.-
when they find an ernrr inth.- n *i\vI -
T hweT wR a word with a wiro.' 1I.-, r ill
S it, or a nlisphl;ah d on.'. :inl' l '* : I. .-
'* could have sp'llMtl the w-rl ir;--I.,t. ;i l .
thelyanrehapiy for a hWioe' Itir aId
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can thrno"'aside t' tir h.-:Ivii w:11";!0- l ~
twice that isonx bhe'fon- th.' -],Iiaj_-,:- to s! ..


the~rr in the' uoitltti.nii -Iii -. *'i N-
esisunt (of itms udde'n ,ch41til.i i -!:. 1.
cold and fromvi drli t) o .rtp. 141'! I.' -
law advise ajrin-. .1 m-. ~. -i-
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:jy]v of hers: and that is
S.:" ihe is starving for fat;
Sis 1.:Lh. be quick!
S,:%t .,t I'mulsion of Cod
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t ke; it will save her.
The enTine ha; this ictureou
I vou'. hav- not tried it. send
fo r :-e samni1e. its agreeable
ta.te will surMrise you.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
Chemists,
409 Pearl St., N.Y.
50c. and $1.00
all druggists.


LEGAL NOTICES


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A. W. PYE, Apmt,..
220 W. D.y ts, JmbaWn 4l

C. H. MALLORY & CO.
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A PERrFECT BLOOD PURIrIER.CTS

Sold by W. F. Gille Jr. & Co.
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TheS r Wine Company.
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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, I


FLORIDA EAST COAST RY.


rimesie vawr No. ;so. In EffreetJan. 29, 1901.

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~stp 6 :Mj). luip 3 tk)p : :uqip s ;.'Pun 12 2;;)9 44% A- 7 V.lat-7."nvill934j, IpI7I! ICVI 40.s, 10
-i~.;~i ~ o.:iq. 7 Wit .0~' .:t.' *. A'axi'ltea u.....Lv: 6S'1p. 64Z S.' 7:tp lVol g. Isl S9 tos
.0732mit za-?t ,I 1o3._ 4latvisi7 M. ~~7 a,m.Udl3.I..I
:~ 3. ':-It -3r-t ii.. Ha lss. t. li. akt'. loreal m 44
Ij kA *' I.,1'& i I -i n* 2 ),1)11 4. tUN-'s ol k ...... It 4ft:, p a "~,) 6 2,1%ries F.32 C. By. Dftee Po-
ri-sV E IC. b ffetki &I I It 4 a % jV). I 4,0t'.. ..... Ormonmd.............. 341.p 4 *W f43p, 5.8l aI.w r Or
14.or t tr. 1Y' Irp..7p a' 2 p 111 .. Dr i.rztna ..... a 'an,4 2A)l 661) 4 aS, t3a la Im sI
:9. A. ~T'p 1ji, n~a :Larylnrl7............: ki Ir 4 I tlNWoo MANam4 "sp
sta-tiTr a Stoll, on'%- 1 arrt.'1I..............na 3 .i.p 3 30sp e, aa Di
titlsic wnsi vtreH4 IUI 1 ew,3ilrnl. 4 2% Oon oedexclusively of F.
....... 0" Hil. 1 -XP K C3B. VestibuleDu"Fr
1~~~.~ I zXcpk5 3 1 :etl ty I KiP 4t:"PI ra mu"t provide wss
92 2 n ll171t it'I git !. ol 110 3 i .. '. il 14scie l .-........ ... 1Iop2 A~. 'p. 4 ..Si S Ot s dtr in ~ u o ~ u a ~ I S
3 4,p 4 1 ," .. %hi4..r 1 p tIk4Vi. 4 0 1vo is t h jiarler Car M b l
F. F V'. i.'.. .. W.TVI I.LIUZu ..AtsIthP440 *Mi" ket.
Pari..r tarl-. Pis, i..erl 1,r 2$~3. 28, A.. C. L. USIS i 17.
thi tainin- "o. t r'iu*'n" ai Past Train. Ma" only at
thitrai ini- I, fil-inSt. Limitsi....... ,k I
Is veiwt 1* 4, 61t'k't : O 15.. i'.....or aro Ii I j; l~ 3 W~p I 1La stations shown and carries
en VW t nno. iar t.'."" 3X~t :10P .11 ; ;1It-ot Ibbaliree V% K~. o. CBy. vgtbuie Duffeb
in k'.:. -... o6r--.:. a avf I. .... .. T ei ..li ...............W 113ao C rs
L11:d l a-.y. 671 niteS 517
Covo v ,7., P. '"rt.. .... 0ompwo..eft ofIF. C. BY. i
7 I~i Wila Sund ....... 9?* v-sltioule Buffet Sloops" "Am
're'-tihA' vt. : .t .r.. .73)W'.i~t Jupiter ........ .. V Ion I DayrCsiih. Taelak" slow
Dav-Oi -'I.I '; lilt 4.-4 .1 U 4 Itil 8 911Ar V~ets-Palm BSemih ... 1; &5 a 1 I'M.Inpl i'p -
foPal4 IIfo3i 1 ,At topsotlPra'aa i25only.Ilo ll, ~ Iat sNations abown.
.,, 1 'I;'I%*-,)'h'C'iro.. 13. Ip 10 Ho tl .)vaL piess 2 V ~~
y -'t.1411iThe Bekrs~ it) sa1.74
Itt '~'.1~4K.&y. -:-141,: ~p "Losnva L!46I .'sopNow yak ad I NewYor
: o 11 .0 1 i .A I U '14 49 L p W t P l m i lla c .a. A L s emIm(r y n lw)v O
9 (Kip Bor nt onL .. ...le7 -jso!Now Yor
A t~.lutv'y 9u11,5p ...~4~' ...... Del'mflCit......... :.,Js .....
via .: i. 6A~.' .: l a t; k-. viaopA6.a..l..]Q....Lime.
u, n.....or..-ttiervia e ... .. nfl nnri d e *Z@Aovel of ull of
Pui~.. i>.. ran.1 -mt1 sep-hee.t.e s..t e':. Pllmn Crs
go. 3. :Ior k 3tim `%-12 aso Nw ok ad'"A
viat S lal iCusd IrV t i tt(le:, __v ia '-AtlantAic r Ko Lne.,o
iK.11- tx-i~~'1o ~Ila, ;'440d zcks ivexclosively of
orPu.ii.:k I C!-. Tansd otso.w or s o o bon.Pullman Care s.crm
NwYr to oSt u' -t"ir t.AggTi to(hsa' t. A~n.1ine to CNow aYor
viiiI'.. V. 'l ),I Xtruta (',uql ad 'nviaxnatibOoanp Air Lists, Oom oeae-
MonKL .. ... .'of')f Plittil Cma.*xcuavey4fPulmanCas. f uslelman Ouhsars.
(o* Il s- i I me, -t. a&Da y-Coasch nn w a~t44 an t
tthi la L '' "..' "lichI. xtathis rin0 onwhic'h no extra o
orFI~i,-al Itup= :O1......o.II.=0d, aCs pe~ o ullmain fare is oharzed.
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TRADC MAoaS
eUOM Offdliw & sWeb hand description imar
La, se n our opinion free whether an
:=Mvemdnmp~lO-bibIT patentoble. Comumunleat-
p"Oe CCsa, ro~ M..naACC.recelv
WwW sell.. wltboee ebarse. In the

A wd@oswy Weeratedweekly. largest cii
caims olm"M qr=Utfl5<erns...$3a
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An train l>Daily Except 4,>.,., l, 1< Lv .. .... .Now s8nvrna..
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ki- -ir ,rriv., 'in I Afeport fromni he several slatfon.. bust their arrival
or il' a ,...~... s:el~ .- Yii .~ it to' 0 .3I 1 -1 'ra~I*U~iIN~ --- o jfli *-- r -mii. A-I or aay etee u


or td*; 1;, t r t, i r h l' *, "t';>t< i *t a s.i tn'*. **, : ,le t I ,** 11 .i u ian. r1fi 1 li;on respon otate for ma yn.y l*- y or any o*m m qau eo
AND OCCIDENTAL STEA P CONNECTIONS AT IAI.
PENINSULA AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAXI.


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HAVANA. I Loave MiAmi Siundays and Wedesodays..1
I I M'SP Arrive Eftsvnm Mozr1mys &ad ThursIdays.
4.,4,7) Cu'ba. la.-Havano%'Pueda~ysand Friday& I. is.f
Arrive Mamini Wodneaddaynand Sturday*. &00
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Ws HmonIed the Crh. J. D. RAHNER. Aest. Gen. Pass. Aget.


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Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORE.
telling at Charleston. S. C., both way.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVI.L


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Northbm


Clyde New England and Soutkher Umn.
Direct Service Between
JACKSONVILL.s, mOaTN AmND l@ONvACcD,
AND ALL 6AeSTIRN ierots.
Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


.... ....... ..... From Lewis' Wtt. Bmft
from foot Catherine street .ashsuMb


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CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
(DIeBary. Line)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
sTOI'PPING AT PALATKA. .ASTORI. ST. FRANCIS, BERESFORD, (DuLAm)
BLI'E SPRINGS and Ilntrirmidiate- LUanliugs on ST. JOHNS RIVEI. f
STEAMER ty of Jacksonvil "
CAPT. W. A. SHAW,
I 18 APPOINTED TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS:
Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. me., Smdays, Tuesdays and Tursdays.
Leaves Samford 9:30 a. m., Mondays. Wednesday ad Fridays.
Southbound Nortuboad
Read down SCHEDULE Rad up
Leave 3:30 pm..........................JACKSONVILLE Arrive :00inm
8 :4.5 pm................................. PALATKA........... Lave 800 pm
3::00 am ...................................... STOR................................ 2:80 pm
S 4:30 am............................... ST. FRANCIS........................... 1-00 pm
.... ......BERESFORD (I)DLAND).................. 1920a'
6 ;:00oo 1N.1............................... BLUE lRIN ........................... 1100am
Arrivem:34) auni.................................. SANFOID)................................ 980 m

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

A. C. HIA(ERTY, East'n Pass. Agont. F. M. IRONMONGER, Ja., F. P. A.,
19 State St.. Ne.w York. 204 West. Bay St., Jackuonvill, F.
THO.S. 1). HALEY. Loval "rr. Agt. C. P. LOVELL, Anst. Fl. Supt.,
Foot Hogun St., .hJaksonville. Foot Hogan St., Jackwonvillo.
.JNO. 1. HOWARD. Superintendent,
Foot logain St.. Jacksonville.
THEO. G. EGER, Wrl. P. CLYDE A CO.,
General Mninag,,r. General Agent,
Chesebrough Building. 19 State St.. Opposite Battery Park, New York.
Pak-o ok


ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.


[EQ LEY'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
Tr Asthm ad Foley's Honey and
Tar. Asthma and Tar, and in the early
casump- stages it cures them.
OR AThe proof that it has done these things
tion is on file with your druggist. We guaran-
tee it to do all these things.
Note: There is nothing "Just as good" or "just the same" as
Foley's Honey and Tar. although there are substitutes on which
dealers make more profit.
BANNER SALVE cures piles. It's guaranteed.


Sold by Dr J I Jones


Clarendon I


Leonard Gill, Manager. O P


Strictly First Class.


SEA BREEZE,


OCEAN STEAMSHIP
"Savannah Line."


Florida to


BY LAND AND SEA.
New York. Boston and the


CO.


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East.


Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.


n By the THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships from SAVANNAH. Four
Sea. SAILINGS EACH WEEK to NEW YORK MAKING CLOSE
Connections with New York and Boston Ships On Sound Lines-
& All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules .
Write for general information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation. or call on
W. H. PLESEANTS WALTER HAWKINS.
Traffic Manager. Gen'l Agt. Traffic Department.
New Pier 25 North River, New York. 224 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Florida
FLORIDA. IJ. W. WILKINON, Agent, Dsjvytoa, Fla.


DIXIEE


FLYER"
From


Jacksonville____

St. Louis and Chicago

DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.
FIORnTHBOMNI) Schedule Effective l'FeI. 3. 8o.ATBOUND
No. 4 I No. 2 No. 1 I No. 8
M:10i pn N:30 amUi Lv ..........li'ksnville (A. V. & W.)......... Ar :10 pm 7:30am
11:35, pin 11:53 a A ......... Vil\'uido (A. V. & W.) ...........Lv 4:45 pm 4:10 am
4:10 am 5:035 pm Ar.... .\..aon (;. S. & F.)..........Lv 11:15 am 11:18am
7.2. anim :10 pnr Ar................. tlanta (. of (;.)................ Lv :00 am 7:50 pm
l:IM) pin 12:30 arn .Ar.........hattamninog ('W.& A.)...........Lv: 4:05 am 3.00 pm
6:33 pim 5:3 arn Ar..............Naihville (N.C. & St. L.)..........Lv 10:55 pm 9:.30am
6:2 ani 7:24 pni Ar................St. Louis (0. '.)............... Lv 1 8:36 am 10:15 pm
7:25 pni 7:wo amn L-v......... Nahiillt (N. I'. &. St. L.)..........Ar 8:35 pm 9:05-a
11:47 pinm 12:10 pim i.v.... ................. tit .).................... Ar 3:55 pm 5:15 am
1(0:50 am ............... ..... ...... hi- I \ .).....................Lv ........... .... 8:10 Pm
7:30 pm p 3:4N am ....... ...shville (IL. & N.)......... r 10:42pm 8:30 a
12:50 am 9:5. an Ar............... .. ...............Lv 6:35 p 3:15
9:13 am 5:30 pim Ar...............(hicogo (C. & E. :)...............Lv11l:05 am 7:00 pm
No. 4-DIXIE FIYER. carries through 'ullinn Buffet Sleepers between Jack-
wmville and St. Louis, also twtweeti tJaelkioi.ville and Chicago via Martin, and
Illinois Central R. R.. making direct eonniections for all points in the West ad
Northwest
No. 3-DAY EXPIRESS. carries through I'nllnan Buffet Sleepers between Jack-
sonville aud 'hicago. viaNan.hville. Evansville and Chicago & Eastern Illinois L. A.
All correspoudance promptly- atiwered and >..e:,inv Car Ber.ns reserved. Will egi i
meet passengers at depot in Jacksonville or my off.re, t24 West Bey Street. Drop me a Lle.
WALTER HAWKINS, Gen 1 Agent Traffic Department, Jackf.onville, Fla.
J. C. HAILK, General Passenger .ent, Savannah, Ga.
E. H. HroTu, Trafflie Manager, Ifavfinma k6


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JQUALITY"SOESa so well known
-PUMO tint almost any lady
A* e tl yoe m gtth "QuemQuality" to seek no further.
l ihftl k wM e hwmeeled rom the Ifctory some of the late spring
SWIfU e tw bAmnyrown and black kid oxfords with heavy extension



ito Oxfords $135, $1.50 and $2.



J. R. HILL.



L T. CONRAD l CO.

At thdr ew tore have


Sape and Fancy Goceries, Fresh Fruits,

Hay, Grain and Provisions.


REFRIGERATORS IN USE.
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V. L Dougs Shoes

Th Best on& the Mrket


)RANGE AVENUE and SOUTH BRIDGE.
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MORRISON & SMITH


W tahe pome-in sabowing you their BRAN NEW STOCK OF NEW
GOODS, consisting of

Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruit,


HAY, GRAIN, ETC.


NORTH BEACH STREET.


p.-lb. mi....* wU be plsId to caN e" ye.*


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we receive is appreciated, and
filled in a thoroughly satisfae-
tory manner.
ouW Os*mies*Are Mgh^
fresh; and in perfect condition.
Full weight and full measure is
guaranteed. We carry no dead
stock, for little figure. Keep
things moving. foods received
from wholesalers to-day are in
consumers hande'to morrow.
Good quality and these prices
make trade lively.
. Best Elgin Butter at 30 cents
per pound.
Fresh eggs at 20c a dozen.

YOURS TO SERVE,
* J.F RUSa


On*mo tMe pingtide bo up..o owr
And l me air wtk hmawesewt -eemII
From orag ta rees bed timir d wal Moom,
Where moceg bir ds a en jngp of pmns.
Thi woods ae rMilat, -owdhr sd -eek,
The golee jmim., sad viobte hme,
Arn loriom, with nwbo hmoMis.
And whipped odors, from their hearts so tr.
Ti bdieul air, h eloquent with love,
The joyous hm of goldsm baded bhes,
Fast having horey from the orange grove,
Buoyed up with hopes of larer oloms.
The amn sbinh sgramioly with joyon mirth
And hMat of summer sphyr i the wind,
Deep glowi tMreues sprig from out the earth,
While endless love broode over aU mankild.
Daytona, Fh.. March 25, 1901. Lvn ADa MicKam.


Thats Whbat We Thllae.
In Florida the che attractlosare the
birds and alligator. There is a class of
people who visit that tase every winter
and do nothing else but wantonly kill
plumage birds, pelicanas, cranes, 'gators,
etc. Last winter at Miami the writer saw -
two magnifleient pelicans that a tourist
had shot who walfed to me what they
looked like. From Ormond and Daytona
one can take a trip up the famous
Tomoks river by boat and the chief at.
traction are the big 'gators sunning
themselves among the banks. Last week
a tourist from Daytona went up the To-
moka with a borrowed rife and shot a
ten foot 'gator that for the past two
years had come out near the railroad
bridge to sun himself. The 'gator was
towed back to Daytona and a big pow
wow was held by tourists and other
fools over the dead carcass.-Geo. N.
Chamberlain in Clearmonu (Va.)Herald.

Toeng ami's Chammes To-Da&.-
"A young man of capacity, industry
and integrity has a field for individual
effort such, as has never before existed in
this country," write Edward Bok of
"The Times and the Young Man," in the
March Ladies' Home Journal. "And su-.
ees is neither harder nor easier thaa It
ever was. Success never yet came to the
laggard, and it never will. Let a young
man be capable; have enterprise, be will-
' ing to work, and carry himself likeaman
and be goes where he will. His success
depends upon himself. No times, no con-
ditions, no combinations of capital can
stop a young man who has a determina-
tion to honorably succeed, and who is
willing to work according to the very ut-
most of his capacity and sinews of
strength. The real trouble is that the av-
erage young man won't work. He has
gotton the insane notion in his bead that
success comes by luck; that men are made
by opportunities which either come to
them or are thrust upon them. And he
waits for luck or a chance to come along
and find him. Instead of taking the sane
view of conditions and seeing with a
clear mind that as trade widens oppor-
tunities increase, he takes the mistaken
view that the rich are getting richer and
the poor poorer. These are the conditions
of mind and life which are keeping thous-
ands of young men down, and will keep
them down. The times are all right. It
is the young man who finds fault of them
who is not."

r*ther Develone ants In oM
Coasewisewe Temde.
4e9
The Clyde Steamship Company is about
to add to its already large fleet of freight
and passenger steamers two uf the most
efficient and desirable vessels ever built
for the coastwise trade.
Thee steamers are being constructed
by the Cramps at their great shipyard
on the Deleware, and the first of them,
to be called the "APACHE" will be
launched on Saturday. March 30th. at
10:45 a. m. She will be 310 feet long,
46 feet wide and 31 feet deep, with a
speed of 15 knots. and capacity for3,000
tons of cargo. Her admirably arranged
and handeomly decorated aceommoda-
tion for over 200 passengers will be en-
tirely upper deck, thus insuring the bent
of light and ventilation at all times. She
will be lighted throughout with electric-
ity. and all her fittings and equipment
will be up to the highest standard.
The second ship, to be called the "AR-
AHAHOE." will be a duplicate to the
"APACHE" in all reppe.t,, and will be
launched a month later.
Both these vessels, which combine ea-
pacity for freight and pasengers with
speed and lightness of draft to a degree
never before attained in ships of their
size, will as soon as finished, join their
widely known sisters, the"COMANCHE"
"IROQUOIS" and "ALGONQUIN" in the
service between New York and Charles-
ton, S. C.., and Jacksonville, Fla.
With the addition of the "APACHE"
and "ARAPAHOE" the Clyde S. S. Co.
will have 17 ocean going steamer.
besides a numerous fleet of river and
island craft.
This company already serves with'reg-
ular lines the ports of Boston, Provi-
deme, New York. Philadelphia, Norfolk,
Richmond. Wilmington, N. C., George-
town, 8. C., Charleston, S. C., Brunswick
Ga., and Jacksonville. Fla., operating
also a regular line of mail steamers be-
tween New York. Turks Island and Sun-


to Domingo, and it is rumored that fur-
ther extentions are contemplated in the
near future.


Ona t testimony of finest pyl
and many others both in BSropemha h.
country, nothing can he mor. eutaI,
than that large number [aml rhap
multitudes] of persna have be berisd
alive--and that many, after having been,
pronounced dead, have shown lg of
Ilk in tim to save themselves from such
burial, and have declared that whie nm.
able to move they were fully coaetom of
what was said and doe about them.
My own father barely escaped suek bui-
al, being declared by his physcae dead.
I have many times called attention to
this subject in "Our Dumb Animals" Al
elewhere-an-d have, in behalf of ou
American Humans Edwa'tion Soiet,
petitioned the Legislatures of each of our
United States, and written the Presides
of every Senate and Speaker of every
House of Representatives, urging more
stringent laws on the subject.
I am now glad to see that a bill is be-
fore our Massachausett legislature
which, describing various tests of death,
declares that in cases of supposed death
these tests shall be made by two compe.
tent physicians at the expeaseof the
cities or towns, and that every city d
town shall be provided rooms and sit
able apparatus for carrying out these
tests.
This is all good so r as it goes. But
it is vouched for by many emineat pbyl-
cian in Europe and this country [indud-
ins our own] that in ordinary casesthere
is no absolute certainty of death until
the beginning of decay.
There are in Boston alone many thous-
ande of persons living in hotels and
boarding houses'where, whenever death
is declared, every effort will be mad& to
send the body of the supposed desea d,
at the earliest possible moment, to the
undertaker, the crematory or the grave.
In not one case in a hundred will the
body be permitted to remain in the hotel
or boarding-houe until the beginning of
decay.
Now what is the remedy? I answer-
I have seen in Europe "mortuary" build-
ings to which the bodies of the supposed
dead are taken and caretlly eared for
under the best medical inspection until
death is absolutely certain.
Now (in my own case], if such a build-
lng could be established ia Boston, I
should be glad to pay a hundred dollar.
for my self and each of my near fris-d
to be insured that my own body and
theirs shall be thus carefully cared or
after supposed death, and also agree to
pay another hundred dollars or more in
cas that after being carried to the mor-
tuary consciousness shall return, and I
think there are thousands of people in
Boston alone who would be glad to do
the same. I am quite sure that if any
responsible Life lusurance Company or
Crematory Company or corporation or-
ganised for tlhe purpose will undertake
to thus insure against premature burial
or cremation, it will not only do a great
work for humanity, but be largely re-
warded by a great financial euccas.-
Gco. T. ANoELL, in Our Dumb Animals.

Get Ready to Leagh.
Everybody will be delighted to learn
that Alba Heywood, the Prince of Come-
dians, whose marvelous ability to imper-
sonate, whose funny songs, bright witty
sayings, and sweet singing have estab-
lished him a prime favorite with amuse-
ment seekers, will appear here Saturday,
April 6th.
Few there are who do not remember
this comedian in his impersonations of
"The Cuckoo Song," "The Old Maid,"
'The Chinaman," "Josiah Allen's Wile,"
"Silly Billy." introducing the wonderful
imitation of calliope, phonagraph and
animals, and his humorous stories and
catchy songs.
Mr. Heywood, as bets an artist of his
ability, is always abreast of the ti,.
and returns to us with a bran new po-
gram designed for laughing purpose
only. He has surrounded himself with a
carefully selected company, each being as
fine in their respective lines as Mr. Hey-
wood is in his.


W Whole wheat bread made and for
sale by Mrs. Gramling; opposite th
Ridgewoad Hotel.


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Trunks and VT slim Trunk Straps and Many
New Goods Just Recelved. A a


Yours to Please.


,oore Bros.


FOUNTAIN CITY PHARIlACY,


CORNER BACH 8TlEOT Wam ORANGE AVENUE


Has a Satect Itock of......


DRUM8 FOR PIEU CUpTIOS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,


COMMS AND TOILET SOAPIL


Perfumry and Fancy Toilet Articles.


DRL J. M. JO.BS, proprismr, ae eMasmdt prfIesousily drln b nIes
hoa;o ohoEM ane, nogs hO to 10.lO a. m.; SAO to 4:30 p. m.


: SCHMIDT'S VILLA:-
Io loamted O the HalMa Bli. It em**m&s mot are ivie view every dir.
etioM mlm et her osatios emIml"t" laisdvilal~r. Drlthe summer the
home hMas bem alard by the additsa o a w sa m sle 3 o ; the room are
single or eas-nAs. A w dr omhs bee hbeu e the seth sdegivi oa

comortm eovwafl The hab iem- hded b"g. The Cuisine
is chaweof metem andttis the espeWlal aim of the management to
kpthoonteabieoro aslase The bows is this blocks aerth of the de-

.80 pneray. 0100.0 wkmdupwards, aordto eaik .
Henry Schmidt, Daytona, Fla.


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