Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00378
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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: April 6, 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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Volume ID: VID00378
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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S An Jmdent Journal Strictly Abreast With thi Tim.
-oda Aprl 6 1901
Dmwtoaa, Fiorads, Apils 4, 1901


uful Sellin
-- -.,_n..g

O ti methods wil not &
me The mU nhat wx
%buyshisgodsofthe middle
man i these progressive iC
tiesf-ndsthat he is un
t themat the high pric
hei compelled to ask for jA
them.9. .i Ai e

%I& b agn ae 1 r am of the fokwmat trunk factories of
*a a' GMtpO. Our id sdhfl of ths ia has compelled oa to
N*I h MWfipmet bs Jst reached us. We give a few

dl hauM wuibM meavas covered, steel hardware, Iron bottom,
W, ll rn.*- temWak that will stand hard

-__ ...w"ith eight oauee duck, sol leather binding,
tray,-t hse tambler brain exedlsior lock, with straps,
Switch thow of a first clam 790

"ai bos, e"mv covered, center ifo band, brass
i tWlllfd w a, Il bottom, 284eah, a strong trunk.......65
afAB. teag ather tips. wIia. a lined, all sims, from 45c up.
- l -m'll eano a adestructible material, 18-inch $1.00;
N b SBUPJ. mewlwather hbad mehsi for ladim, 2-Inch, $1.25.
D-mkes n,ammva m trinmiadgs 2-inch, $1.75.

J. R. HILL*'

Beadh Strlt, Opposite the Post Office


At their ew *tore have a
ut'rcasm ums of

St mi Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits,

Hay, Grain and Provisions.



Age for W. L Douglass' Shoes

fr M The Best on the Market.


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CALL AT......





W taks p peae ia sho*iag you their BRAN NEW STOCK OF NEW

GOODS, consisting of

Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruit,



SOF'nr. -.mandman wW be pleased to call eM you.
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arendon Inn

By the
Sea. 0

Gill Manager. p

Strictly First Class.





Easter is ohe great Christia letival
celebrating the reoirrectton oftheavior.
It is among thorn Christianm who ob-
erve it a ast of holy rejoicing, as the
Leatomeamonis one for penitence, dur-
ing which the Christian abstrains from
his usual eartlay pleasure.
la the churches in which the Church
calender is regarded, notably the Roman
Catholic and the Episcopal, the Chris-
tian year, as represented by this calen-
dar, is supposed to typify in a certain gen-
eral way the lie of Christ on earth. For
example, the Christmas stival com-
memorate his birth, and the Epiphany
his manifestation for his disciples after
the resurrection. Thus by studying the
church calendar and its meaning, the
Christian has impressed upon his mind
the leading events of the Savior's earthly

A reader writes as follows from Cin-
cimnatl "I see by your issue of February
28rd that your mayor decided that an
dogs most be prowvMi withalmse tag.
Now this coupled with the fact that
Mr. Jas. Murdock, Jr., of this city (a
manufactner of dog license tags,) has
been visiting him for some time back,
looks as though there was some coll-
ion. I have known both these gentle-
men for some time and I would not be
surprised if they have had their
heads together. I give you this as a

The report of the Commissioner of Ag-
riculture for Florida shows that the to-
tal value of farm products in the 8tate
for 1900 was as follows: Field crops,
$8,175,547; vegetables and garden pro-



The Lenton season commemorates the ducts, $856,308; poultry, $705,828; da-
forty days of Christ's temptation. It be- iry products, $811,671; miscellaneous
gins with Ash Wednesday, and continues products, $125,634, making a total of
for forty days, and ends when Easter $18,525,528.
Day comes. The value of all products, including
The word Easter is not of Christian those exported, was as follows: Value of
origion. It is derived from Ostera. the farm products, $18,525,528; value of
name of the Goddess of Spring, in Ten- mine, forest and miscellaneous products,
tonic mythology. Although the Chris- $32'411,149, making the aggregate val-
tian festival supplanted the heathen cer- ue products, $50,936,677.
emonies in honor of this goddess, the TrUtnkS Bad Valisi
name survived., Ple ras Moa ight nar odt. J .
Easter has been celebrated by Ch ri4 0" oW oo Ju
tians from the earliest recorded time Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Wall gave a delight.
the Christian era. Indeed it was f 1 launch party on the Yankee Dood
early in the Christian era that th e last Saturday eight. The party left here
of this celebration came to be a pr about seven o'clock and went down
cause of dissension. The final tgic the river, stopping at the Pacetti House
events of the Savior's life on earth took for supper. The following were in the
place at the celebration of the Jewish party: Mr. and Mrs. Wall, Mr. and Mrs.
passover, theJewish paschal lamb being H. F. Stewart, the Misses Carrie Smith,
to Christians the prophetic type of the Jessie Chamberlain, Clara Wells, Stella
sacrifice of the Son of God for the remis- Boardman, Grace Carewell. Evelyn At-
slon of sins. wood, Mae Jolly, Evelyn Clark, Messrs.
In the early days of Christianity, one Jaa. Vining, C. F. Vining, Roger Whin-
party celebrated the fourteenth day of field, W. M. Carewell. F. J. Niver, F. N.
the moon of March, that being the Jew- Conrad and Nevel Clark.
nsh passover day-the Jews observing .- YY ours to Ple
the lunar calendar. Other Christians in- What anm re mn a .
sisted that Christ rose from the dead on 'P
Sunday, that Easter Day must be cel- An exchange'gives one of its "stop my
ebrated on Sunday, the first day of the paper" fellows the following truthful
week, and hence came the difference in words: "A few years ago a cranky sort
the time of celebration-the fourteenth of an old fellow came into this office as
day of the moon falling, of course, on dif- mad a abul hornet and 'stopped his
fervent das of the week The Easterne frequently meet him on the
church adopted the former view and the:streets since that time and it is very i
Western church the latter, or Sunday amusing to note the surprise on the old
view. At the Council of Nice, held A. D. fellow's face that we are still in existence .
325, Easter Sunday wus fixed to be al-: regards s of'" the fact that lie 'stopped --
ways the first Sunday after the full th er.' Some day, and it wont be FOUNTA IN
moon in March which happens upon or Ivery long either, the poor old fellow will
next after March 21; and if the full moon' turn up his te. His spteul old heart
happens on a Sunday Easter Sunday n' will be stilled forever. Neighbors and CORNER BEACH .4'
relatives will follow his lifeless clay outs
the Sunday after. This rule prevails in to the cemetery and lay him to rest Han a Select Stock of......
western Christendom. In France from
the twelfth until about the middle of the among the flowers. An obituary will
seventeenth century, the year began appear in these columns telling what a DRUGS FOR PRES(CRIPTIC
with Easter day, instead of the first of kind father, good neighbor and beloved
January. citizen he was-which lie the recording COMBS
The Easter egg custom has nothing to angel will kindly overlook for charity's
do with the Christian origin of the festi- sake-and in a, very short time after he Perfumery a nd
val. It with others, is probably a sur. will be forgotten. As he lays out there
vival from the hthehen ceremonies, with in the cold graveyard, wrapped in the
silent slumber of Death he will never
which the deities of the spring season
were worshiped. The pastimes and know that the last kind word ever spok-
amusements of Easter, which time has en of him was by the editor of the paper J. M. JONES, proprietor, eam
long since robbed of any idolatrous sig- which in life 'stoI)l)ed.' This ought hours; oace hours, 8und
nifcance, are merely coincidence with and to heap coals of fire on the old man's -- -- ---
nott in any nu p tarts of the celebration on nce ad no doubt will if he goes v i r

of the Christian festival.
The custom of apiparing in new
spring clothes on Easter Day is of mod-
crn growth. but. nevertheless, a natural
if not inevitable one. Iayety in clothing
like all other forms of gayety. b.ing to-
tally repugnant to the spirit of the Len-
ton season, it is but natural that the
end of this season and the beginning of
the time of joy which prevails among
Christians at Easter should be marked
by the donning of bright costumes. The
fact that Eaeter come at about the
time of the change of the seasons, of
course. emphasize" this as a convenient
occasion for laying aside of winter
clothes. and appear in those suitable for
milder weather.

-- W -
I-Holly Hill News.~

On Friday the Thimble Club was most
hospitally entertained !at* Mrs. Harris'.
when a most enjoyable afternoon was
spent by ladies from Daytona, as well as
those in our neighborhood. But the
"thread" of discourse was more in evi-
dence than that usually associated with
a thimble.
Mrs. M. S. Taylor left on Wednesday
for Rochester, N. Y.. where she intends
spending the summer.
Our two juvenile sportsman. Kenneth
Heath and Mark Lewis brought home a
17 pound bass, which they captured in
the river. Maybe there were not two
proud boys in Holly Hill that day.
On Monday Mrs Chas. Abbott visited
our school.
There was a card party at Mrs. Dick-
inson's Wednesday night

to) whern hs belongss"


Hig~h School Notes.

In time of lpeaie a nation has the few-
,est happenings-So with the high school.
However. launch parties seem to bhe
very popular this ason. Last ITuesdaiy
evening a mniost ,nhjoyabl moonlight ride
on the Yanke., Doodle was given l)y Miss
Violet McCo.y. Prof. Richards was the
jolly chaperone for the party. On the
following day (Wednesday) the- harm-
ing Mi4ss Louiw Foote rendered nmuch en-
joynient by giving a delightful day on
the Earl King. in honor of her birthday.1
Mrs. Foote chaperoned the crowd. In-
numerable aligatom were se'n, and the
day was one of intense enjoyment. All
wish Miss Foote birthdays galore in the
coming year.
All who use Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for rheumatism are delighted with the
quick relief from pain which it affords.
When speaking of this Mr. D. N. Sinks, of
Troy. Ohio. sayc: "*Some time ago I had
Ia severee attack of rheurnatisin in my arm
and shoulder. I tried numerous remedies
but got no relief until I was 1 recommend-
ed by Messrs. Geo. F. Parson & Co..
druggist of this pimce. to try Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm. They v ,comr'ndsil it
so highly that I bought a bottle. I was
soon relieved of all pain. fhav-. sin recommended this liniment to many of!
my friends, who agree with nme that it is :
the Ihst remedy for muscular rheunma-
tismi in the market." Forsale ball drug-
Fole y's Hoaey ni Tar

M: b$.sf11VHIIL

drew g
celveE #PVII


Bargains in men's shtob

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

,. Trunk Straps and Many
received. a ,' a


e Bros.





I Fancy Toilet Articles.

L be consulted professionally during biasla
*ays, 9:00 to 10:80 a. a.; 2:30 to 4:80 p.


Is located on the Halifax River. It e >mands a most attractive view In every dir-
,e-tion and no Ainer location can be foi md in this vicinity. During the summer the
house has been enlarged by the additi. u of a wing on the south side; the rooms are
tingle or ensuie. A new dining room u has been built on the south side giving a
sunny exposure and is light and cheerfe .t The parlor, office, halls and rotunda have
heen enlarged. Baths and lavatories I aove been added and everything done for the
comfort and convenience of guests. Ti s hall is one hundred feet long. The Cuisine
is in charge of a competent chef and it in the especial aim of the management to
keep the tabli up to its usual excellence.. The house is three blocks north of the de
pot. and convenient to the Post Office, I hrches, Sehools,etc. and is within a mile
of the ocean with its magnificent beach kor wheeling, driving or autoing. Rates
$2..50 per cay. $10.00 per week and up wards, according to location.
Henry : kchmidt, Daytona, Fla.







C ~dc




Feed o- Grain.

Third Building South of Postofflce.




are Headquarters onm *4%o




. 1


7%e t ndme"st Sheik
.4 Drqp inDS~Usrfw. Poulmeo
- wbdby 2 Uq -Imi Fhummf 0.

f~ ~c? A*-4bUot Akrild... 'P
TRY OUR P133,AI COUGE B AUM-26 on&a bottle.
boom** 0

C. C. Barnes



Beoad Door North of Postoloe.

BeacLh street.


Fihing Tackle
Bird Cages
Mat Boards
Drawing Paper
Musical Goods
Bike Supplies

Sewing Machinee
Window Curtains
Oil and Water Colors
Artist's Brushes
Fruits and Notions


Private Boarding House.

a* filrs. H. A. Gray. *% a%

COmer Oak sad Second Streets,
All Street Ca Pass the Door.



LEY'S Honey and Tar curm coughs
and colds, hoarseness and croup,
[N o bronchitis and la grippe. e
Pleurisy, pneumonia and con- the worst
sumption are prevented cases, are al-
,yyoreysJHoney and >^ J
' TRObyy T :ndFoley's Honey and.
Tar. Asthma and Foley'sHoney
Tar, and in the early
coastmap- stages it cures them.
The proof that it has dome these things
is enel with your druggist. We guaras.
tee it wt do all these things.
N T f No: The ftiag "lut aUs good** or u"t the same" s
Faoley's asy ad T Tarl, atohegh the are sbetimtus which
deale make =woe prt.
BANNER SALVE eures piles. It's guaranteed.
Sold by Dr J 11 Jones


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

I Hacks To and Fmu the Beach Pass the D0o


Western & Atlantic Railroad.



Carrying through Pullman Vestibuled Buffet Sleepers Jackonvrille to St.
Louis and Chicago without change. Choice of Routes.

For information relative to rates. schedule. etc.. or for sleeper reservations, write to
C. E. HARMAN. Gen. Pass Agent. TOM M. )OYLE. Fla. Pass. Agent.
Atlanta. Ga. Jacksonville, Flu.
H. F. SMITH. Traffic Manager. Nashville, Tenn.

T ANKLN T'r. 0

CutterTower Co.

u 5 thern Agent. Macon. a u

Visible Writing. Perfect Alignment. |

S& plicily Durability and Speed
Price $75.00. o 0
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Iu~mdwsm Subw Iee ?m, Ad,....

Safturfy, ApW 6 o4

Sunday ,
Tuesday............ ................

Services at the Catholic church Easter
Sunday at 10:30'a. m.
Easter serviceat First M. E. Church.
Sunday, April 7. at 11 a. m.
IWlChoice bread, pies and cakes at
Mrs. Gramlin's, opposite the Ridgewood
Sidney Belton, a colored man. was be-
fore Mayor Ludwig Monday and as-
sesed $100 and costs, for disposimng of
"red eye." Seventy-five dollars of the
amount was suspended on condition
that he sins no more.
Upon investigation it has been found
that F. 8. Cramlord, who died some
weeks ago, and who was supposed to
have on thousand dollars lie insurance
and some building and loan stock, had
neither. He had surrendered his stock
some time ago, and had failed to keep
the premium paid on his life insurance.

Saturday ,



8:3 T6

M CMady TMaker,



Mae.K his Candies.

All my candies warranted to be perfectly
fresh and pure. I make a specialty of
Peanut Brittle, Salt-water taffy, cream
candies. Stop in and see me. Sign over
the door.


The fiArm of Morrison & Smith have
dimsolved partnership. G. N. Smith re- C aaneed $90 0
time and D. F. Morrison continues the
business. These gentlemen have made alay Yearly.
many friends during their business career

in Daytona, and Mr. Morrison and his Men and women of roo!t address to repre-
able assistants will give his patrons the ",the for 'a wt,rk lavao.kingfting r en-
same attention the firm has in the past. tereNta $00 aalary garanteed vearlv: ex-
tra comieati-onm andl expense,4, ra-i|d advane
"Id established h.uie. Grand ah.nee for
S. H. Gove. after having been award rnet man or w-man to eaure plenant.
e .contra for meeting uMr. Sehant's! Permanent posinmii. lil.wral income and fi-
S *. for e Mr. t re New. biilliant line-.. Writ *ata>n<'e.
buildings, started on his return trip to STAFFORD PRESS. New IHave. Cern.
Nassau Friday of last week. After con- -...
pleting a contract he is now working on WANTED.
he will return to Daytona and commence Reliable mani for manager of Branch
work on the Lily Water plant. Thie e we- wish to open in this vi.inity'
plant will be in operation by the first your r-ord is.K. hereis an oppor-
November. tunity. Kindly give good refernee when
Some citizens oT Daytona are taking writing. THE A. T. MORRIS WHOLE-
it upon themselves to dictate to the city SALF HOUSE. Cincinatti, Ohio. Illu--
council regarding the widening of the, trated ratalogue 4 ent stamps.
streets. At the lastnn-eting of that body
it was recommended that the members'
s. ...MEAIMoR.
make a tour of the streets and mark for
removal such tree as deemed best, to
better protect the intenrsts of the city. BOOT and SIIOE MAKER.
The present city council are all business
men of ability and can. no doubt, look -,lirnis Repairing a sle'ialty.-
after this matter as well. and possibly a North l.nwh hSt.. next to Tea Pot Grovexry
little better than any of the meddlers.
During a winter visit to Florida. An- Daytona Ice Co.
drew Carnegie attended a service in a
little negro chunrh. When the contrilbu- Wx. 'l iI\<. Man a.,r.
tion plate came around, Mr. Carnegie
dropped $5 upon it. After the contents
of the plate had been counted the clergy-
man arose and announced: Bretheren and
sisteren, the collection this evening seems
to flgnre $6.44. and if the $5 bill contrib-
uted by the gentleman from the north is PU RI IC E
genuine the repairs on the sanctuary will
begin immediately."-San Francisco Ar.- M.aI. from Distilled Water

: .O..... ......... U
************************** P. C. COU NT,
Wednesday a party from the hot.-, i; OT A ND SH drove up to Daytnna and then went on j lTlepairing n.a.tlv lone. ('oting~
board a launch and went upthe'Toinoka Ave.. near lh.ach St., l)Daytona, Fla.
rand returned telling what a delightful .. ...
time they had. OCEAN HOUSE,
Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Haff invited a;
number of their friends, the GAZETT1 F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
Ncws correspondent and family being Rates: $2 aud Upward; Special to
among them, to accompany then n Regular Boarders.
their beautiful yacht, the Brooklyn. W NW SMY NA. FLORIDA
had a fine time and spent a most delight-
ful day. rn v P P TI an r

Mr. and Mrm. Eldridge and lMi.n El- T flfogeat tWaidt DIGESTION.
dridge were recent visitors at Sea Breeze. -
Friday a large party made up ofguests
front the hotel, and others from town. S tan k ;,l
went down to Turtle Mound on the U
steamer Gladys: they did not get back .H i se...
until about nine o'clock.
I)r. Chittic. Mr. Thoman and Mr. Kaleh ,. 11. M).S:I'IL:Y. Propieritt-r
have returned from their Ihinting iatni
fishing trip. They got lots of fish. ducks Is iiim\ .i~, .ii :,>r -,.srs. ( ntr iliv 1o-
and curlew and expressawl themnislv..s ,.tt..r. faiointin h. i .Ihlifnix Riv.-. Tiihiv
well plea.'idl with the trip. iom.ks '1 ii l.i>.>,. (ln,. !,. k inmn ito.st
Miss Milburn canme home Weldne.sday offi,.,.. Thi ls lio II has i '.n n.4 ly 1l,]s-
from New Smyrna. where she i as l'tI, to'reil linl paiited.l
teaching this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Northeott. Mr. and Mrs. IA aNA. VI.O)ITA
Bli,-kford and Mr. C'onrad sorted Mon-. .vaj
day for their home in KentucIv ky s Foley's K dney CUre
.Iohnson. daurhliterof Giust .Johluso.went ake kdeys and bladd right
\\ith thim. Shei is going to sjlendl the
the, suinner with the Northecot.ts. N ~rICU SON,

Thie i- s an oyster loJist onI the river
bank WVedie slay afternoon. It w\as gol-
tel up to raise iloiIrey to us*.z ou tl,*'
bi'-yle path.

Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

Mr. Hii-ks has opened a candy fawtor\v i ,rI, aiii \.Viii.l \ ,r-.. I'i ,ti.
in Mrs. J. H. W.ite's stor Luiilding. Mr. Mo. u lian1 ld,,..- to ,,rl,'. .\!1 LaI l ,
Hicksi was in businessin Daytona several l'iuriit:;i: It.-p.airin, al.- -,:.-h ai.t ,'i,.
years ago and has sin-e been in Ashiury at iPt.aonatl, pricv..
Park. N. J.. where his brother has a
large candy factory ,,ttag; .Av.-nue. DAVYT(NA. FLA.
Mrs. Chittic's sister. Mrs. Lisk. whose -
home is on the Oklawaha River. arrived BAN NER 8 A LVE
Tuesday for a visit teO o at hseMina k *Ain tie v wr
S~vS n Its wor 1


ada, Atlhamc eak

will beonoqale thrIout Ow
all Florida reso viah P a
return until May 31st, with
Addremme of parties in rt
supplied withall inform aamd -i
For information as to r atssmmars
F. M. JOLLY, Divisiom Pam ipr W ae
W. B. PENILLM, General SBperi. mm t
Savannah, Ga.




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The Meat LmasrkessTrab te is lbs WW. lue ulMbo
(DWlly MuP sSumby.)
Jacksonv ille to New' York. only stbraOL St. maui~m toen VEft aV e*

THl EW 70 AUYN flA
7.a. 56 awk


(Waily ecep @-be ~y)
Superb S.*id PullimitTrain Tbreugb IDS9~ WOWS GNUW
Jackso2nville tt Cicago. oaly 31 tors.St. Auguoistlusthw@ emir jpb
IV I= W .
Through Vesfibeled Trains. N~umme ra u-_ se, Iq- -
Coaches. Prec. Dining Css Benim ~
Through Trains via Southern Ra11w7 awOsol
Plant Systesn m -Jachuemie
$MEf YWP in 9 1ON W toa MRA
For Rates, Schedules and Iinfenostio.s emS m
unR A w ww A5ILV. wll" @M5.W a"

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Florida East Coast

Bottling Company.
Manufacturers of High Grado Soda Water-AlU laver
Cream and Dewey Speeialties.
-II orders paomptlv filled. Write for prices.
OFFICE and IIOTTLIN(; WORKS--Vlusia Ave., neir F. E C. K'v states
J. P.THOMAS, Propritor.



Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, Siedang, Ceiling.
Prick, Lime and Cement in Stock.

l'HoM. Offices Lad Yards: East Coast Railway And Orage AvemM.


Doodle" Thompson, aU. ..

\ id-. 3!Ia al LaI Luntchifor

OTNI Ma,% S D. 'K.

High Grade Tailoring a Speciolty.
Suits made to order for $18 and
up: Pants for $4 and upwards.
Cleanmsg d Repreg& at R .slis a5.

Cottage Ave., rear of City Hoel.

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um b. mut te nouktde sto

/***or ** withn Mn. Blt's
m s samot powaGl r redi. t in

wr1ihad. on Indian Rier.-Esat
e- w oEinted bus the a PMrt-

WebaMideU itd as s" nmse r o
WO imm......*a tdo husty jouuo
pg t at Nsmula. J. M.B. Hal,
ft.i, M.D., M.LA. is the editor nda

wtsdit ~ at Do @@I**Parleal,
hrwle 3e.d al about it and about
I.LJ. method and what it is par-
M e ags Adames eame up from
3 umad stiteb weeki'or a visit
WM herahe at Sa Boese Mr..

me. A.d.atmid Pu s i the Ba.

IAM&r Iay a&tuoa Mrs. Sarab E.
3dWb, LoUnvlMe, Ky., died at
MditesbuBones, of heart disease. De-
agmmoewas 45 yeaus of Ow. The body
we- gWmid Oy Biagham Maly adW
> w-d to Louisvie.
/6060pS ab has recently added to
a the Waldron property on2
TOisMwould msake oce of

- a = tprovment Assoeiation made a
s-ep Piday evening of last wwk and
i p Wmae at .niaatiaun was ed.
TIl-howingloel weremeected: Chas.
upr a, president Thoe A. Darvi.
i e-aemry; W. A. Baggett. tasprer; and
ofimnedommaittee of seven, as fol-
oew eS. W. Barow. E. E. Stark. H.
4.WfM, H.H. ff othr, CQP. Lmd,
IL MmammqIr. C. Post.

an.& IL a m .Tue s y for A
M alg t wkh ai. heInAreadia.
J- Usehe, ad son, Edward, left
May lor their home in Seymour, Wis.
eiame e IkWad Gamb e left TMu
day for Mead, Ne., where they will
male their fae home.
John Pmdrel, traveling pasener
ntforthe Clyd Line, was looking
a fterMmiv m in town last Saturday.
Rev. LAterfeit, of DeLand, preached
at the Baptist church last nday, aad
will be in charge of the pulpit tomorrow.
The Primitive Baptist Trumpet, the
oWy eotowed paper on the East Coast,
was meently Isamehed in Daytona. The
gnial Rev. C. F. Sam is the editor.
Judge ebtsa, who has been stopping
at th Palmto, left for his home Tum-
day, ainPituatrg, in rweponse to a tele-
gam announcing illness in his family.
Adam Shants has ofleed to furnish the
city with teetric lights if the citizens so
des-I. Nothing make a town show up
boMar than electricity, ad in a town
wtme i net ae a n headed as here nothing
b -soo0 b-y Meded.

Jame F. Crenmaw, who is with the
Florida Soap company, has been pro.
moted toa position which will keep him
na Jackaonville most of the time. Mrs.
(lmhaw and childne left here Saturday
*I-r new home in Jackeaville.
RHeOa. E. A. Mann, who formerly re-
aided in Volusia county, owning a fine
property at Lemon Bluff, near Osteen,
was appointed by President McKinley
last week to a conmalship in Germany.
During the two Cleveland administra-
ti 0 Mr. Mana was Consul at an im-
portant post in Sweeden. He was once
a eamdiate for legislative honor before
the coavetion at DeLand in May 1892,
am within one vote of receiving
mmimation.-DeLand News.
SAt a meeting of the Sea Breese Finance
man Devolopment Company, which
was organized last week, the fol-
lowing oilers were elected: C. C. Port,
pmsident; W. A. BDggett, vice president;
Thoa. A. Davis, secretary; C. F. Burg-
ama, treasurer. The company will be in-
corporated with a capital of $50,000.
The Arst work to be done is the building
of a large hall with a seating capacity
ao one thousand people. The hall is ex-
peted to cost in the neighborhood of



t gor ie ar puri-
tions are an indication of weak-
ness of the nerves or muscles
of the heart. A weakness long
continued produces deformity
and organic disease. If your
heart adioa is weak, make it
strong. Build up the muscles
and strengthen the nerves with
the greatest of all heart reme-
dies, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
'KMy wie suffered greatly with
n f the hear smoth-
j es"eamd lonsodeep, M
M=Wnmediate relief from Dr.
Mles Heart Cure and after a
thamgh emarm her trouble all


Heatt Cute
quiets the nervous heart, regu-
lates -ts pulwtions and builds
up its strength as nothing else
can. Sold by druggists on a
fr. Ma Medical o., Elkhart, lAd.

TO" No"
08=geu M.

. .Howe Ta

/~A atesti g Epworth Leagme
was held at the M. E. Parsonag
Thburawey ewvag. Plas forth m
work were discesed and ocers e
as follows: President, Miss Julia
ton; iret vice-pesident, (Depart=m
Spiritual Work) Miss Grace St
second vice-president, (Departm
Merey) Mm. E. L. Shear; third vicf
dmt, (Department of Literary V
Mn. Mary E. Hawk; fourth vice-
dent, (Social Department) Miss
Brush; secretary. Miss Mary Joh
treasurer, J. E. Rush.

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Florida to New York
Short Rail Ri1
THENCE via Palatial Express
Connections with.New Yorl
All ticket agents and hotels are
Write, for general infoim ,ition, sailing
Traffic Manager,
New Pier 25 North River. New York.

In the mountains, at the Qu
Wine district where the custom
is still in vogue. From ten to
in turn continue the treading,
weeks vintage. Some of the tr
separate rows of ten men each
tucked up, their arms on each i
feet alternately, with song and
work, and a band with string i

ta-es *-*..~

Ser, of New Jersey, ses Rollers in o eeL
It is from this district the vines were imported over forty years ago
that now fill the vineyards of the Speer Wine Co., at Passaic.
At Passaic the same kind of grapes are crushed between large rol.
lers of rubber, revolved by steam. This is the only place in
this country where the real genuine Port Wine is made from the
Oporto grape-and they are grown right in SPEER'S VINEYARDS
These vineyards extend over 1,3 of a mile along one of the Main
avenues of Passaic, and comprise fifty six acres. The soil being
rich in iron makes the wine most valuable for Medical use.
Are well known to be of the highest character, the oldest and most
refined Wines in America, equal if not superior to any wines in the
world. They consist of Port, Sherry, Burgundy. Claret. Sauterne
Wines, and Climax Brandy Mr. Speer has some Wine in his
cellars that he made over thirty eight years ago. All of Speer's
Wines and Brandy are very old, rich, well rounded, soft and delicate.
Every family should have a bottle or two of each variety of Speer's
Wines and Brandy always in the home, for sickness or family use.
For Sale by Druggists aad Grocers IVfw Sell High Class Wia.

s.N states ta sa t ?m~ I, t" utd-
S=tsOM t ie day .f .11 litli'-a iun. t lireolj 1K.1 oi
Lndast an ad'ertibang ateuitn Ant th LEGAL NOTICES
besides circulating in every 'iookwild

Notice oft Special Lgfeg~ltiem.
ME12SEM11WEEua YLVthO -ixt'. Iay sifter the plabli-
D ; I. 1!- 1 tiuv. Ilie 11: dIeritgmaed
ITUlhUJ N t., tiI4. 1.0 Kitlature ()f
i w\T ii. ,- sioi fotr I he ;'uasv.y
THIIsNIN d ITIZEN *1: a, ri ltIh., j,.rti:: i4:1the Taown ::
The Semi Weekly TimseN-' rnon. itntI C:Iiseofu chat#
is the best semi-weekly p"v.!r ,b 6sjJ an the ,.. ll.ib~l\ River. .111:1 ',* c.uxelwl
dosthees Siarw for *')0a.6- ,t:zVA, 14'. l.. r '.I a,. f ljdialon,W
.~,,.., It~.h~J W Bostrum, 0. M.

Its State news to fm-a, mn-I fail; it consprt..e ______
te-ahcdoaupstb- irmi~s.lal pl adoft. ,1l. (, ---
womu othe bour if 5uanx ti, re-,antiuli otcetit-s~im
comments. iups. current ecrnlear. -iaP binotc'o IM iim
and itnstructave. Sgecial aztealawn as aaaais 1ktoa~ld SUsgeo ae.
matters.prtaaining ottiefarnm aii-IlhoUti-t hld. ih, -t si Medicid lExaninen.t
In ll he ualtis of a neuspap..r for theI
family circlesand te basines" nejan I&is ua- N-4 '.itt h .111lici, I Disttrict
surpmel it~isOrlando. Flu.. Marc 7. 11.11 1.
h ... i~la Ill.# withlIIal t~t f intit"e.
-.i,11A, *. 141 R*-gifts- the- Practitie of Med-
AGR~ICUJLTURAL :l. .~ ,. ajraedNai:l t9,y
The VloriJa farmerant! Fruit Grower being ;11-.. IbVukiltitibel that the Board of
r~clhamdby thoFlorida Puliphitbllnseom asy -4iAIl>iaier iii ani ti fr tbez'venth
been cmeolitdated with the aarlc turLS
depart~ment of the Semi -Weekly Tivies-riion .ldiil~i,;ai(Pi 014 o t.*-tate (of Florida
and Clihen. The old name has Ifleb retaialel. III 11.4-l t ~iat Ill.\, otive inlOrlando. ()range
andSmple space is provided Is which to I
=eeua~llthe aieparnnaentstof thobeF:4rmer ad HIi:T~' l,ridla. kai Tuw-daky. April 9.
t rwe.Icit as. Grove and 4 rcbard.*' IiOgfi iAj tolyi h
?Tbe Pirarv I etc. Nogan p~s will beapared ll.'Isgte.a-ir Ttdynth
by t'ae publ,herlsto make the cotabinlatin all, R!iI. L. llARnuts, vrtk*rUV .U
re .9te irl, antereet anti "a valuable to the.
01rtii"WA wthe 01-1 journal, onemof the
hittorlc lan'lmark. of Florida.
Wthe bo ing interest in lrkirda every- NOTICK.
universal Ci 'lai eekysaily.amaa v tliit ,niter Rixty days4
*.1,411 .1 hat' niltio-e. the under-
SP~d~t CO M Ffe to py ; I -,0-d:7 f it-11l faapp-ily 14) ehf :text I4 gis.

*l' 2M4ti-i tld I.a )iditig Penal
THE FLORIDA l-l4-;;xwt tY
I .d,~- III:'. fill,, ;ritltorized ly

JACKSOINVILLE, FLA. L~ti-I R*40** IP. 1'( llytinirR. BOB?~
lito p1t'. PorY. r It. Ben

all the
from a
Liver. !


on E. J. M b wl opeGMs new bartber
shEp avd htan pa e. to ~a est

TM w a iNHlhamt wll be on ea ot'
s.-t.o ,. --J
.. ca mb e L !tosl ow of
AmTe Apl 19 to 22. About 16 'i
Social AILM or ours
mmer 3eat __ Commer m- a-aa--- P. U
elected V"
The board of coeaty eCmm" 11m19 iak
King Daytoa, Fla., Macho 80, 1901. e is board e n couv si onA commltesso Ta l
ent of By matual consent the partnership of met seemion dom ery to theJ. ..
wart; Morriso & Smith is this day dissolved,
ent of 0. N. Smith metiring, D. F. Morrison day. the Plat 0y3tm,
-prei- continue the bsaines, aeumin all in- The clerk was authorized to puihaem on shell ned O eons aens .a* -
Work) debtedness of ti old arm. All ou t-ma i and will record bookforcounty Criminal c bo bsitw1t10
prei- standing aseounts due saidfrm are tobe jud'sofce. Also oestationery. $17.57 were 111vedmed n M
Edith paidtoD. F. Moi W. P. Johonwas given the contract The clerk snt tu o d e1
Edith pid ton; D. F. MoMmoox to repair court house chairs at 65 cents tr~ norpor ML ; ap
SG. N. SMITs The t-r ported the Ilowi
Ga.rn. in balances to tLe credit of the varims
-- funds:
,-- General reveunn 7.40
-rV fFire and forfeiture 156.70
A E a- The road recently surveyed through
*G. .m d CC. C. Nswr MM h bh the town of Seville, was ordered adve
severe*S i tod iw1 0 MW ism tied.
fumelhb idPt d." On motion of W. H. McBride tl prins,
Jukes (fom Natural RtL0 ing of the deliquent tax list for VohWla
R Imd M SMO iK County Record.
ATES hom NtSuMllRos -- arSQ LMea T I yl After auditing bills the board ad-
uses thB Systm, P sofmy. thu isa. journed.--u.ppl .

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V-- eiWOE**.*S- KW w a r 4 --

d by AMMES F. mLn LIUm St. 'e ueii. i
41A" %see veWoven "1=" ae
slbyD nr.J.M .J Mes a tca who e atter v t akmy twoiat
wjCASCAlUTS. This I am sure bus e~used 1y
badu belth for the t three yes, r. I m 1
So an the only ciurtie worty of

CE Op .every hea geso a thpe .

l_ _.#. im a.,. A .e. Doleii-t. hroe- t

::: '^e x mm amm..m. e n

SN Stationery ..H IMA
D AND SEA. f all kinds printed

s- oStationery. [wScott's [
W. Boston and the S East. em d sso ice at L Sis o.kh

ten'l Ag. Trafsc D,'ortinrtent. I a tb. r k m. thso
de, At, )Savannnah, s sCor s 3.NUIb m e
S tthe Gazette-News0 ....g.
i Steamships fre 1'SAVANNAR. Four P0 _0 seem p
k and Bostong thips On r Port WLine ewspa -of .
suppliwho with monthlyeir whailingte bre sches well.
g othele, shoutateroom rervation, r ealld their M FT AR SOUTH.I ---
Gen'l Agt. Triiffic D.-itartentI t attack t Wk re
224 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville, Florida Tw t th w p owb r
ON, Agent, Daytona, Fla. Three my 0 5 PS JmjMN Is *

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A. W. M.Age .
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Sold by W. F. GILLE Jr. Co.

A bot Colored Peop :.
0* the &wjLJ. *
Reputation is way men say about you
but character is what you are.
Many people suffer untold tortures
from piles, because of the popular impres-
sion that they cannot be cured. TABLCR8'
BUCKEYE PILE OINTMET will cure them. It
has met with absolute success. Price 50
cents in bottles, tubes 75. Dr. J. M. Jones.
You read your .neighbor's iaper last
week. Will you get your own this week?
Cuts, wounds, burns, sprains and
bruime quickly heal if you apply BAL-
LARD'S xoNOW LnEAMEWr: Price 25 and 50
et at Dr. J. M. Jones.
One night last week Wash Howard
was in Waycrous moving his wife and
omenue took from the buggy a large red
blanket with a strap on two corners. It
is the property of G. D. Taylor; return
it and receive reward.
C. 8. King and 11. S. Faircloth are the
merchants of Midway. If you owe them
anything call and piay them.
Even the most vigorous and healthy
people have at times a feeling of weari-
mow and lassitude. To dispel this feeling
take nERaIX ; jt will impart vigor and
vitality. Price lO cents at Dr. J.M.Jones.
Rev. A. Emauel will be with his peo-
ple at Stewart C(hapel Sunday. Sunday
School 9 a.m tu d preaching at 3 and
7:30 p. m. '
Mothers' Bewawr of those secret rob-
bers of your baby's quiet and health.
Those sleepless nights and long hours of
tiresome vigil are caused f.-oin terrible
enemies of childhood-worms. Ibetroy
and remove them with wHIT;r's c RAM
veRMIFU'G. Price,25 c(:nts lr. J.M.Jones.
The season is ahlost over. Do not
spend all your money riding on excur-
sions but give us a dollar to fix the
street. *
For coughs and colds there is no medi
cine so effective as BALLAID'S HOREHOUNI)
SYRrP. It is the ideal remedy. Price 25
and 50 tents at Dr. J.M. Jones.
Mr. and'Mrs. Stewart, of Nw Smyrna,
have just moved to their new home.
Those horrid fits of depnretion, melon-
coly, low spirits. and sudden irritability,
that sometime effect even good-ttemipered
people, is due to the blood being permea-
ted with black bile. IHl:RBtm. will purifyI
the blood restore health andecheerfulness..
Price 50 cents. Dr. .1. M. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright have Itnoug-'-.t tihelln
a home and have moved into it.
If troubled by weak digestion. loss of
alpl.tite, oir coinst ipttion, tryv few\\ dos-
es of ('h1llnmu l'rl;iill's Stoiiin-l i il Liver


Time Table No. 30. In Effeet Jan. 28, 1901.
SOVTH BOUtD (Read lswin.i 4 Rev ir> NO-tTH HOUf4D
o.l. No..siNo.4J.:Noj.3ia No.I N .W No. iNo.. I.No .* ,NS .;s N-..#4.s.. ... No. N DT aiUlyDaily! Daily Dily Daily ;Daily Daily Daily MAIN LINE SCHEDULE. Daily Daily Daily Daiy taily Daily Daily Daily Daily
exoexo I ex Jr .ex exs .i.
TBp 4 p 3 OP 2 p 8 5p 7 Oa 12p 0 a Lv...... JackOmnville ..... A 700p 7, 125p 0.r 8:B 2* l(pt2pl0to 103 6ap
Ig. 3. lva mailn ( Daily 8 W. "I S 1 ..St.Aa"stue ..".... iA ," "!tiA !a82 731, y va7s ai -l-.
it 7 sho n. ;1d M r S1p B p 81 kp ,lO .i.....Si n. is .........Lv 55nl S .i 78t 7 o m. 1 | a tf .I .
Make... local sto a anear- iip 9 11a 'l ....East kP atkH l ......... '4 5p 5 p. l t l". al stoa s etp -
il F. uffet Pa' 14 2 19 I p ." ....... .Ormond 3 .......... 3up. 4 3 .1i a3 br Car
'lor Car.5" 1, ,r C t, ., *. n '.. ,. -, ar. ane r f
go. 2..AC L. ly. 1 p 3 11 IQI .. O a ....... ... ......... ..3 4 2 6 46Pt 4 t a "No.7t Ea.n l asta a pl
st nssh1 a2d 1, .. C. ... ... ..| Hl ...1... 'E KC By. ves ibule BUr et Par-
P l. or Ca. y. Ve.ti.le Bu8ot ..... l 6 ,Jp .. OW-lanL ......... ..t. Ie'" uipi 3014 5:i .i.. rCars.. Paiseng ersforthis
31 r 2 .. prC I aw 1e 2....5I 1 1 *I a. r 'r i ........ mtus pr......... .. 1 .,,! .. ... .n m ust provide them-
1..3 i.mil I muIV 5 l41e5., m,, .. I "u............. .lutit e I2 p -I"'.I ..4 .e withr Parlor artickets
-omn.e-1 .".. us. ielyo.. .....0p51, i6 44 4p"o........ .le Pi ne- iu addition to regular pas .ge
F. K C. By. vestiu le Buffet p........s... s n.. 1 .1 I ik .A.C.L. p ( y).

a. 04. p ..... l ....... rt t u ".2.A C L (A Y).
thi. train mas. rov id them-, s 5 L" e- LliAe. ", a. .. a.. aTrain. top. only
seIvewith Parlor Car ticket 0 Fort Pi-e i '. i r
.... ... ..a 347p Th Brr....... .. F orta.l 1..... 9. ....1.)m1,lapIo t
so. so ,pW. ...UL3MAMasi No... o. .Pal.Soand oa le
stet K s atn. l n.r u m n ... .... .... ... ... .. .. .te .... .... ". .. .... ..... .. st e .
Da s-t-h.ti car t Ln,1;e."; ..-;. Stuart_9t 5. Tie L.. n.
Oompcet ofxF.LeC By. op od!of: Pm as IL 0. By.o.
m.nrs~t Tds......... hBuffetiSleeper.s and
vestibule Buffet S!eepers and 7 W. 5 i t n
Day tUac. Carries-sn le10ra M 1 We-P ap iter........ 2l0o.lft Dbly-C oawh Ta keon ower*
for ThUm&ntacha.nd forMiami. I a 8uAr lotm eleaih al .n ia s lo I p ersat MiamiandP Beac.
bta.uonly at stationsdKmown. Aft4lp. .isppt ,otel Ryal Poiniana .. "St 1un' 1 it. 2a 1 Cu only at stations iabon.
w- ~-otunl tttm a- -n 4 5. 5b WP 9 l3P 1 p 82nLV .L AThe Breake 8 .) Ij 1.41a, 1 ,( lJ 'j..ato So, WyTikt l*aolha-
3 L N wyl k at n od" L tIt ..t 5a 'Sz .l) -D.p!-,- W ,t Pa ,lm beach .." .. A S 8 0u 9 l, "I.' I', 1 ,"j,- 32. Now Yak m i WK4&Lin-
"F- 6 'i l ........ yv 7 33. .... i .. i
C hic ko to t. A neut. te n 2 6 ; tA i St. a te h....... ) l.Uj S t. A ug usti o S e w
via northern Railway. O- 0 a .....l lal. 7 aiiStEr awa. Cor-
p de exclusivelyof kullm7an .... I '" Le."m tr ,ty* ....* ;;i ;o..KMd exclusively of Pullman
. IwT m T an s- 7 45-s. 7lo p 11 15p l -. Ar M- 5 8 lIl n 1 : 55a I
ow N w York to --t. AugusiBpk St. Augnutinc to New York
via Atlantic Coa-it Line. via Atlantic COoat Lne.
0omusOr exclusirely of C.'ntw:sned exclusively of
Pullman Cars. Trals do not stop whm time I not show. Pl-llman Cars.
So. 43. l. lnda it Xoo.npiU. it, -N%&f ad u ltn-ut
Linto tdI)ay. t. uuatin to New York
New York to ITt. Augutine St. Alii n tn o.Yo.
via Seaboard Air Lino'. Corn- via .Se -aLard Air Line. Con-
poned exellMtvely of Pullman aN.v.s .xcluit Vely of Potlman
Cars. Day-Cow'h operated on *ar-. Day-Coaceh operated on
thi train on which no extra this riii on which no extra
or Pullman fare is chred. o.J15 Cle&.=A10r 1 "Speci:al3al .. 16, Chp S la" a 1"W !peI ,r Pullman fate? i. cha rgIL
N0. 3. Ciup c7-id aLi- ks(ily K celpt Monudyi. (Daily Exwe',t SunLav ,. .' I". C. o IralhT A IMM Llu-
ti D Sily. I Chicago to St. Au..:-tiin St. Au1tumtine to ('hi.-. i.ro t U1.
Chitcago to Sit. Aug.ine via Cincinnati. Chatt.i;:.,,t vi. At anita. Cha'tan(..1 Sit. Augustine to Chicago
ia Evansville. Nashvlle and and Atlanta. ComIpose I ex- and (n-i:inati. C viia nMiitis, mery. Nashville
Montgomery. Coinposed ex- elusively of Pullman W-rs. ezclusvey of Pullman Ca'u a'tI Evansville. Composed ex-
clusively of 3Pu!lman Car-. -sr-o oy of Pulman Cars.
Day-Coach o-eiate-. oin trnii a;v-C, ich operatedd on this
train on whimh no extra b ,r; ':ralr cin whit-h no extra or
Pulman u fa,, I i. hta .-'. f a '' ian n ofar i.s charged.
All tr-t, i ,iIiv #. ( .4-w ''si'liy. All trains U L l.v.
; w Lv. .. ... "itimvite ........... Ar I 2.s,' Xo X:.: N'o..4 N .4: N'.i. Ns.42 N,..4" .>.4. No,.,50No...
i .... ..... Mim.... ........ i;.,p 4.-j. i 4i, 11 ai 9 0, LvP, .k-. Ar 91. a !UTU-a I. 111 22 p- U; p
Bal .. ... 0 te-en .. ............ ll );; 6:.sp o 45,p -; 1 iplIl:ia 93" a r.* liktl, -v 4 4 a 9lUt 1ll: 0 15p 545p
8Ua : .........En',erprie....... ...... ....... I...I.ia------- --
98a.Ar T__.. mf,,rd- -- T. Il1, N' :h No.il -AN 31v 1101--Btk .t'. ti: Al' oti.:_l inly N,).421No.54 \
K .>- -; -7.4 '* '. .... i' r........ p.. .. Ar 8. -UB 7a p
O.24 Nt*.; <.%,..., N,,., No<.*; N.^'* ,,.", 7 8 0kn K It". Ar .... :! Ma' ,-,. lT. w luge 06P
Bun Daily -.un lhaily MAYPORT BRANCH. Daily lI.ily r m -- i
Ooly exSu ()Iv vx.-,u v<'-' ,,rv;e ,x
only "~, -,-- N,. 3 No.l I IA\. 'CTY I l;ANt'H. ._N. 2. No.-
40Dp 600op 21kop 8 1:a Lv Jas-kqonville Ar a 5'B 5:zi. i;wi;p __ An tiain[ Daily ','it t-..
646p* 6Up "o 2 (sIb a So. Jacksonville Lv 04.a .'; ""i' ;7., Iv Lv .. .... X.N w S'nvrn:tL. Ar l.Anp 6 W p
7 lIp! 6635p ".i.VA 4 41.ap ", 'blo Bea<-h ." 1 l' tU12 2. -,5, 4 .!p I 21a- ""l ..... .--k, H"-- -. ..... Lt 1245p 545p
T'7I2 p 6401,i 2 4.ip e5.-a Atlantic Beabh 54 .a 4;, a 4 .~), q) -L,s > 1) l ; i-" ........ Orait.- 'ity .... "* 2v.p 5 p
14 'P 7,ip .iw-i 9i l.'it Ar May.vTort Iv_- '.n *l ,, :,tJ1, S __ I 4S' 0 1 A r .. (Itn.- '*. .! ._-,.,-i. t':upip 52h1p
The Time Tables hhow the timten at whi-h trafnl na I-tv 1.'-x'. x-c I t.>:trriv. an I d!oart from t.iP o--VPrI! 'c-tionm, but their arrival
er departur- :At the time stated is not guaraute-t. nor lo-4. tan, C jup.tuy hold it*olf re pjuLuli rfor any dol.ty or any oonsmquatces
arsiAng therefrom.



SATTLINGS JAN. 3 to FEB. 3. 1%l:
Leave Miami Monday- and Tnri sdlavs
Arrive Nassau Tuewdlavo and Fri-lawv.
Leave Na-s Lu Wedn,-selit tsnl "ntu- l'
Arrive Miami Thursdays and. Sunduavy
< PAILING9 FE& 4 to MARCH :;1:
I Letve Miami Mott.. W,'ed. and t-'r.4
I Arrive Nawau Tue.< Thurs. an I .tts
I Leave Namuau Tnt-.. Thurs. and -:t5-s
Arrive Miami Weis.. Fris. asdti .Sm:a
I Will be on aint- days and houtr.u :t f-sr J

I I -AI~IJN(-* -4 FFFf "'TVC Ji 16ji m:
HA.VANA. e~.s i: i i'a' u' c-itae-Udavs..11 .'Kf
II ~) s .A--rri vs.1h-I :t,;ayt XI. 's n-s :asit rwir-..iys i.1up
Cuba. i.e.v -- Ii:,. i,'lr' Tin -.;iiand li-iLw-i 121 isin
1Yc S 2ss1 A-r- 's-a- Maaii Wc Lehi t-, ean.1 n:surdays .. 56
(S.W. 's4 -EFFECTIVE .Jan.IIt:
2 KEY WEST.: -1.-..cris ~.... -1111 vi. s- -.Ir: 1Fri i4, .11Sip
1; IMci: A-- Ai .js .--K YW s--oi us-.. ices and.Siits ... ?2u
SFlorida. i m.ew -s-s.K .T~is...Tnnae.n i Iw .... s 3 tip
e, SAMI I ~~Arrwku Yiici W \u is.,Fit.,.ansi Puja 5~s

For copy of local timu card a-lire; any A-or-t.
J. D. RARNER. Amst. 0*. Pasm. Ageat.


TriW. weekly SilinD
Calling at Chwtetom, 8. C., both lWays,

The Clyde New England and Se the
Direct Service Between
Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
Southbaoud. ........................F mFrom Lewis'Wharf. es
Northbeumd ....... ......... from fedt Oatheulme m tt, ijMaelvM

(DeBary Line)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
BLUEI' SPRINGS and Intermediate Landings on ST. JOHNS BIIlE.
STEAMER ty of Jacksonville,
Leaves JaekseeviUe 3:3 p. n., Se days, Tuesedays and ThMrdway.
Leaves Samferd 9:30 a. a.. Ieadays, Weds ysda ad Frsays.
Southbound NorthbouMd
Read down SCHEDULE Road up
[Leave 3:30 pm...........................JACKSONVILLE Awrive 9*0a
"" 8:4.5 pmn...................................PALATKA................. lt vo & q ag .
" :4 ) anm ...................................... ASTORI ............ 30
"* 4:30 1min ST. FRANCIS 1:.00 p
........................BERESFORD (D.LAND)F................... 12300 as'a
"" 6:00 am...............................BLUE SPRINGS 11.00a .
Arrivex::30 an....................................SANFORD ........... SJ 0af

General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
A. 4'. lHAl;ERTY. East'n Pa.s. Agent, F. M. IRONMONGER, Ji., F. P. A4,
19. State St.. New York. 204 West Bay St., Jacksonvill, M -
TIloS. 1). IIALEY. Lo .s- Frt. Agt. C. P. LOVELL, Awst. Fl. Supt.,
Foot hloganm St., .IJaeks JNO. L. HOWARD, Superintendent,
Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville. *
Gen-ra.l .Manager. General Agents,
Ches.elrough Building, 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York.


Tal,.-tp. Eryv, box w\arra:ited For f i D F LE
sale lby all druggists. R.v. t-A mian,.lsv h.k..turnf'Aollm New Born, to Mr. Mrs. eSp..-1na I l.r i.w'.k Mr. ale inlall \lggits., vhir-h- ejoyved v pry ilsha- a fit.- "gi-l. 'h I s N, \ Y -k. 1 vl l s1 o e s t
RSaint NoIrM e. 'lioh:.s t -.in si.-k lor ant trip a nfilsd;-ir. or tn-ft-NIw \York, wl.he sh'- goes to FU h'
three months, has golnieteIe Oring City. | MIN. Iloh v -d, -11 sr.-tnilrl to.ai Mi, vy vitit i'r lilitghl t.r.
Conntlessctholuslandl., hav fui.la bl- The .loodl i. constantly l.ing piuriiedl .Miss Lillie( .cirk who lihalsI,.eetop,,,iin.. l,'riin K,,k,-**. maitu.,r for T. M. T .v m.
sing to the 1ody ini Ii-. Ki:-'s N-,.w Life,.' .v thi- ln-s-. livr aind kidney ys. Keep at Hltawthorn,,-e hats returic ,l- I Th tiom .pso,. a l,,- i,,rpor-te.r of filln.. e CltSO JV I
Pills. whiik-h lpositively c-irn.('Conitilactio,. tii A lty celti a milli, y I N.s ilwa.kkee averi,- etChi-
Sit-k lHc-ailac-hie.hlbinioie-st. .1itlie-. nlal i- t i- hiswi'sls lai r a id vonltsill have no A ; .\<; .\( A(>AKIM(; FIh,. ,l> i-..., s..-s: Drit-jut St. 1LOAIFU and1 C a*hi a goAa
t-kod .h, l.l l: ,f at h0 e' luriti-r. For this Waishid ,li q tei-l t IahI line which i I s lutiht a t I ,.-,at lthi, %I ,, i kep lt-k t ims-
ria Fever anl And g Iean I d al iver and C i l l ri n 1 St ti I Ell l, I ic l t h Ctls E E lm eoilet- tlal tt o t 1
Stomach troulmlo-. imitlyv vg-tai tp l iir, "'alhte. 0n+ 1,,cw of theit "ta,,oit, 'sit i l- i,, i. water ,,-, at tihts ald11,4.,ile untit toDOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.
gripe or waksn otnly 2. 1entts at ltr. ie writes. gav. ie a. tet-rribIh- ,o'i and Itt.l 1 rk dming the day. nC of
J. M. Joines. willhlo iior, gt<>ol thwan a dollar Ilottle 'onlho. It grew- bor-s daily. Finally th-u my %nillir's wats taikinu (lihantilrlain's fORTHOI'io Sc.hiedule EffoStive F-eb. 3. o.eITHsOCD
of th-. I,-st lblod l urifir. h'ri- .-e 23 rentss best thdotors in l(lakiii nd. N-.... Sionx itvy oii- h It n4 -11 for a c-old ai t that t1tit Nto. 4 I No. 2 No. 1 | No. 3
Mr. (oole l and l is littl, .randit liilrl anpl ft-' at all druggi-t. i and oniilii .staid I had consumptionti and hih i s,- ml tlo r.i,-v,. lher so Jqui-kly : i ptn N ::30 nai Lv...........la-knio ille (A. V. & W.)..........Ar 8:10 pmi 7:30 a
left Saturday for llawthott. could not live. Then I began to us. Dr. that 1 l,,uI,,tr ,t.. .r mys.lf. It atedt 11 l p 11:35 ann Ar................. MVaidon (. & .) ..........)Lv 4:45 pm 4:10am
JOB COULDNT IIAVE STOO)DIT. .t N-.w Syrttnta last S: ttla tl i ilt Kin 's New Diis-overy and was wholly like in i a,-'ttd il I .slan tto improve, at 7.25 at :10 mAr .................Atlanta (C. of.) 1 ..........50
If he'd had Itching l'iles. They 're t.rri- v'a lsv;al k -ts- l i fr o- 1 s 'lel' in : gfint i u .d 11y six bottles." Positively guar- o .nc,. I ti n 1 w n ltsir-i.v w.ell and Ifi-l 1:0 0 pIn 12:'30 an Ar:............ Chatt.anooga (W.& A.)............Lv 4:05 ami 3:00 pm
bly annoying: liut Itu.-khln. .rti i.a s.b e. fri-ht by thl t lie t sttl "*e d frat ,nild. ief an.teid for.Isn ghrs. .old arid all throat v,-ry pl,,a-rd to 1 k:5owt' hp.-n., ir3s 5,.,it. 0, I; p t3:33 am Ar-............Nashville (N.C. & St. .)...........Lv 10:55 pm 9:30a
will cure the worst e-'a.s e of I'tI.-s ot-i hi st- l'i'l M -. h'ttch u w li i tl i l h tnd h lng l trourni l-es Price .01 ve nts. Dr. For sall. by .11 drl: isi.ts s. 7:2 am pi 7:24 Ar................. It. Loui s (1. I .)...................Lv Wt.) am 10:15 pm
It has cured thousands. For Ine joris. o .t s i their nlththis ailnd pa.unts int J.N. o ,, e 7:2. pm 1:4) jam Lv .........i-t (N. C.&. St. L.) ........Ar 5 pm 905
Pais or lil l i its i tr h ir 1.atnds to i rps ti their astor h- opl Mii :r. vry anxious 11:47 l4 n 12:10 pm Lv....................artin (1. C.)....................r 3:55 pm 5:15 a
Pains or 'dily Er ti ons its it .st Primitiv. HBaptist Trumin .t is thIe t la e l'i i sit n i xtndl, d tI l r il- t 10:50 a- n ............... Ar...................Chiago (I. (-.)...... .............Lv ............... 6:10
salve in the world. 'rice2 5 .1ents a bo\ E KEPT HIS IE;. ini of the n.w pialr that has np- r,;,1 d l t to) ti. ,lp. In o Iur 7 :;:0 pml 3::48am u Lv................ Na-shville-(L. & N.) ..-...-..-r 1-.42pm 8:30am
Cure guarantee d Sold iy Dr. J. M.Jones. "l'N.h-ve years ago .1I. Sullivan. of iWar.d in ill this ,ity. It is pullishetl in-o' -v isllt.. "lls I a s I'ts -s ii 12:540 am 9:50 am Ar-...............Evanhville (Il A N.) .............. Lv' 35 pm: 3:15 am
Last Monday Mr. N ait- a i d hil l- IIartit'Il. oun.. e. rat. h, his lg with a monthly andl Ie-v..'. F. F a is is the editor tht sith I .,it (ft xl, ii t. t ;i all thi i N 4- I M 1 nE FLYER ea-r-r--- hic-sago (t i d. Buffet-:)-Lv 11:0 5 at: 7: l
bye and n-turi--d to Pittsblurg. l. ru-sty ire. Inflatuniationu antd blood ,, am nang.er. It is bright and newsy. wa,y lw Itiw-,,w ta onl .-v,.nu. ts ilh and St. Louis, also t .Jak ville and 'h'ago ia Martin.
A TESTIMONIAl FI ENl.AN) s t in. Fr two vit Prim itiv Baptist t.-:; t ',t r .- I llinois. 'Central It. R.. making direct connetions for all points in the West
.'ired is' Tt .iteni Fs. Then the t.gf lan' otest doestiirsi sr-%si NsrthiIwest
**I co.nsid.r (htil.,,olais I oughi lso n i-el ti-o.- h t ho ei-t. di sa- c* h.* M i iNidway on Sunda'y a.%- follows: ,sas n'ia to, the., ,,,r ;aSl thtn Nm. -:-DA.Y EXPIRESS. carries through Pullman Buffet Sleepers betwt i Je.
e 't is-t iiithr ('h~ li|.i.-51 IsIfit-i' i ('t-uhi[i usl aiiitlpllt;iti t. "hm lttlie writes. -IUfo V I at st m -itt 40141 ', 11r1-- I lls' i-at1tsstI, tra,-k. s ,tivil-iad I'him-ago. via Nashville. 1-saiville amd 'hicago & Ea.-ttrn hlli. ob L
edy the les.t in hlt f lE .trii c Bitters and 1 1-'2 ",.. et t- hiarl. % .IaYer e-tini: 9::3 ,. Sii- 's vi-v i' ,l- ;riNhl.,', fat, ,,it sllla d hic
a ys. Mr. William Sav. orviy. oft Warriigtoltn lbsi l .hikl n.ls rni.a 'Salv.- and m y a ch,,l s l: 11:30). lertnns : 3 p. n. ati,,,Il hiillr0. .lrt. i: \V <;r. E. -1 hat,
England. -"It hias s:ti\.d N y Is life. lif, le t I: as so-ticnl ;nd well as ever." For Er- E;st er mexri.is-.s by thi S n,;iinda- school; ;iawgr'-.I to Ilt lis Ia at t \\;iv throlli h lhis I All -orresromndance promp'iy answered and !:.eing Car Bertns rvuerved. Will reglad
she having leen a niia itr t' o broi'-hlit is iiliitw. i -:.z.L,.ma. To-tte.r. Salt h litleni. 7:7:t11 wrinon b- tohe pa.stor. lThe New pil.<- fsor $1 i Thi.- let;i ra lt..ad.v e.-ain ism-et Ias.ks ge.rs at depot in Jacksouviltle or my office, U4 West Bsy Street. Drrop no aLine.
for over six year,. to.it, thi st of the -to a, l;as at11 risivall iil'"r l ('-.ntury ind Mtde-'n Miims.sin y" ,undav. WlihtI Tis-ll's Till h. a ;it-e t w T AWKINS. GnI Agent Traffic Department. Jaksonville. Fla.
time contin5i to her led. S h i. now iDr .. M1 ..ons will guarantee satisfac- is our Easter rally. Everybody invited. Willia lli.-t or. to d-.tvi. ot.)Ue plant byt J. C. HAIL.L, General Paenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.
quite well." Sold by all druggists tion, or refund money Only 50 cent. to be present. Rev. C'. F Sains. pastor vlich w\ e cii trai., the iion-vy ieded E. H. HIwrTO, Trafflie Managr. Savannah,



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