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: June 1, 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: VID00386
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
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Other version: Daytona daily news
Preceded by: Gazette-news (Daytona, Fla.)

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onoS w *aee-posa
Sea e held It.At city election Fri-
day of last week and as a result the
following oAfers were elected: Mayor,
C. C. Pot councilmen, C. A. Ballough,
E E Starkey, Chas. F. Burgman, L. 8.
Morrison, R. M. Mallory; clerk, W. A.
agt collector, C. P. Lund; assessor,
W. Herrick; treasurer, E. F. Britton;
marshal, A. T. Sims. The election was
beld in the Pavilion, and the total num-
ber of votes cast was twenty-eight.

No S6telm. hwS Pret. 3ks-m
During the past few days Dame Rumor
has been circulating the report that resi-
dents of Seabreese had a movement on
foot to induce the- railroad company to
etablish station near the old Kingston
depot and call it Seabreese station.
The GAsmiru-Nws interviewed Prof.
Charles F. Bergman, a gentleman who is
probably in a position to know about
the matter, and he stated that all he
knew about it he beard from persons re-
siding on this side of the river, and that
as far as he knew there was nothing to
to the report.

room**" Cam be 9aise" More*
Irish potatoes have been raised about
hMe for many years h a small way.
Ea y last spring Mr. Spaulding, who
fur a sed over 700 barrels of eed potW-
toee to Hasting grower, plated
exteoIve plot south of town, near
Blake. Some of the tubers are now on
exhibition at E. T. Courad & Co.'s store
and amre certainly y ne. It is anti.
eipated that another season quite an
areaeswillhe put in. It is said that
& H. Wilder will have planted a number
of acres. The rop is equal to anything
read at Hastigs and from all we can
hear, trmed out more tubers to the acre.

JWeoM bot emanobd Le s Om.
Fish Ommaionuer Detwiler was in
town Monday and favored the GAsswr.-
Nmws oice with a very pleasant call.
Mr. Detwiler states that he intended to
have part of the shad recently shipped
toths state placed in the Halifax, but
thatthe ear was delayed at Savannah,
and as the shad will not live on the road
over 86 hour, he was obliged to hurry
all that was to be distributed along the
East Coast to the Miami river. He said,
however, that he expected to be able to
place 1,000,000 in this river shortly.

Anyone contemplating a trip to New
York can learnsometing to theiradvan-
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tiro18. .aesffaft the hi -
dustrial world, as t em te Albaay
trmbes, tke Ja..s.w mO ou
ton the Pac e em qusatos h
e *Wharcha h a work forV the om e
the whole la0d. We m se' k a-t
We may not be dBet. Thetnampoffth
omwbg 04H O s o- ears ad we
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Md David Md PMl-wh wIt Mw
a sear-and Ither 0" -Cronmw
Washiagtoss as LeUneole sa Grat
spoe out on te right side that the
world hasmal a"y pm gre towards
God's ideal for the e."
"I b ouoa order today from th
GCoB fM 4 i-Ch. It omes to -
thro h the general who eomiMed
Asia Minor. 'Thou thereore ear
hardnesms as a good soldier of Jesus
Ohrist.' 'Bear ye oe ader's burden
and so falu ti law of rist.'"
"There.ane umay wesaer ones yet
who h brdiM we must help to bear.
It will require soldiers who cam endure
hardness.. These must be much drilling
-none b drilled mem sa aght hero.
And the Mion soMldiers of the Civil
War werweh eed by the thought that
hMer anld gki and frie were to
blessed with a orious uion,a stable
IvoM t, a free land. eo ae we
i by thought that oursonmead
hatem uad our oMtsrity esha have
offreal wb ,a ad tat U alean
ad rihteoM, w God is loved and
human rights sa recognized."
The ehurch was beautifully decorated
with fage and bunting, palms, Sowere
and vines. The foral decorations weo
the work of thedefthandsof Miss Mary
Johnson. The Methodist choir had
special music. A male quartette con-
e-ting of Mesr Stewart, Burdick,
Boxby and Doug ass ag a patriotic
selection, and *Mi Roberts rendered as a
solo the "Holy City."

It Noet Why Met.
EMTOn GAtsT-Nmws:
Some of our friends over the river seem
to have some trouble in regard to post-
oes.ee incorporation, et al. We propy
the following solutlo ot the problem :
Let Daytona, Seabrenes Goodall, Silver-
beach and all contiguous territory take
a vote on calling the whole place
DAMTOxA. Do away with the two post-
ofces (Seabreese and Goodall) and in
their place put in "rural free delivery."
Thus our east side friends would get
their mail quite as promptly as now.
Why it would benefit all: A man comes
to the peninsula, writes his friends that
he is at City Beautiful, to send his mail
to Seabreese, and telegrams to Daytona.
The directions get mixed, jmd confusion
ensues. Calling the whole place Daytona,
would hurt no one and do lots of people
good. Had this been done several years
ago it would have added materially to
all the places. AsNEXATxIOMSr.


Uekm A*war Wmi Ja sea .
Mayor Jbwdes, of Jacksonville,
iand the following appeal: "I earnestly
aI al de out-o-town newspapers to
wan the tis l of ir respective ter-
rltoris Met to em to Jacksonville.
The city is oveerowi mow sad we are
eding from aSW to Sms pesous and
tMe lit is Imereslng. It idalmot im-
posible for thoee who sar here to get
accommodations, either for meals or
beds and yet people a coming into
town from motives of euroeity in larger
numbers them the departures. Every
additional naval imaereases the amount
of sering and places additional bur-
deM upoa the relief eommie. The rail-
roade have kindly agreed not to run
summer excursione hiasad we beg that
tbose who have no ain leave that of
morbid curioeity, w refrail from com-
ng here at the present time."


A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE.
It speaks well for Chnmrlain's Cough
Remedy when druggistM use .t la their
own famiim in preference to any other.
"I have sold Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy for the past five years with complete
satisfaction to myself and customers,"
MaywDruggist J. Goldsmith, Van Etten,
N. Y. "I have always useed it in my own
family both for ordinary coughs and
colds and for the cough following la
grippe, and find it very efflkaious." For
sale by all druggista.

Nummsa STocK-ateuma, Parson
Brown and Pineapple Orange 30 cents
apiece. Phoenix Silvestris Palms $1.00.
Apply to E. N. Waldron.


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Is located on the Halifax RimU. iISteommads ameta u| h y dlr.
section and no fter loeatoa ca befound ia ti vlennl, i
house has been enlarged by the addition of a wing on the south ide heros am
single or eins0e. A meMWad, O has hem b t _M tMhe _s"d nl a
sunny spsaadiigtS an d cr5A e The paaror, es hb ad roetO a ha
been enlaihged. Bathe ad lavatoea.have bee.edd and yy g d....one .
comfort and covesaiees of The hl oaiam had m leat g. The C
. in charge of a compefnt aditin to espealel aaof the maageme< tL
p the table to usal sau*s lo The house is the. block rth of t di.
pot, and convenient to the Paet Ch-ehe-es, hagt.- ao d is within a mso
of the ocean with its maga'ent for wh--lmg, drmr aatoig. Dasa
$2.50 per day. $0-W wa OL00 per we ad awards, eod to
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THE GAZETTE4NEWS. 4W.. A- -I- .2aGuaraneed $900
Sthe t7 of "ThiMgK& -'i K e A. Oneenes .. .75
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gmIi PItwt he 1. futs In"lee' Heme .5se pne womer nd nse to
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,. a didante for thi Pridemiy i Mr. Wina. Withswa haM charge of -y W a.SIs
beeuimn. D1866, et amh5 hilal660. Whm i hs w1 t0 kiowa teered elsw, Mloak oeM
w af" toeQhakt ositoWN he had bum Mms- & Ciwl's Addities to y WAITK.
o-i T Is Io ma friid adese ties, W m "t m was o if i M, s mtE suh. thm il meamt M l o of r
S e about teh t he wim to tou iWoEtims, id tlpmpeMAs mw t Oe we wisa to opem la tis vyiohiy
_mahi aearials lDMaes .ar i wih. But heap os the tbove ufe rib d pie. If your record Me O. L hire is asa 10 e,
Aa. r ,seots e Eat, had mh de up hber mim a K. I.. Cauw t ,, r, giv tood lrm wm
-w oo ,X--t e0Lmabad io,,i, l te, twesw he m by W. M. Ca mwell,Aent. w T 4. T. MOm WHO&.
a" m ar hler, m day wbm the 8 LF HOUSE, achitatti, OdMo.
a. ML p 1tos c.4 se.m. ~.susb ma. i t te atos 4.stampa.
6 :s5 7sl:17 b hat ohe imowas "Ametr hat Via i
seamr 71Tt 7:s d asV uM was bihtied, a"d EmO GAseMr-Nvws:
gles- ._ 8:11 8-m5a Chase inaid a widower. Does it seem h ht ad proper UOCAN HOUSE
Wedmdhw 8&5 9:18 iZp Alfr Kat's brilliat mirage tig to expect the g etem to mum *. P
Tne ...- ..AsM Hl0:05. to eaor W m 8pigusi of Bhode taek 1f initIatng md psa .__- .
10- s 10:ld Ish5 d, msh* 1t1 Bh the ambitio tMe decorate d hdow uhi hmIr to Mates: P and UpwadM; Spal to
adsy 1125 11:57 tos0e hi fher ib samlbd hi tim White the dead omed atrmes, who a. Rmelasr Beasdea.
low T|asu mial Was most grileom to thooe rulcd their lives iad heainthi our amY MAW mNRA. FLORDA
Bdy 12:5* 0 Only to hbei idmtial I nh-elp amd 8pamlhI-Amerius wair?
Mi"y 14, 1uN Ler advan u "t bh itereta.n Whbn It seepm to an onloo-er that the er-
Thad 3:10 MS: he wa oisted Chidf Jstice she saw tiee might be assomed by every 1patriotie im
WV s* 3:a2.. s no -It a*e& scheme to hbedof e s Pi-mand pMbldeie iited dtise thm nWTl vng
tmadaia 8m: &-a 4mtM ialmloioM lofoever, ndsaid, the living well as homorag th d ead
-MW 4:0 4Mds a. he sM, hM- eproachully, to Sea- patriots, who have giv their lives to CbIt aI-w md
ad eray sis *-O tonr atom er, who had voted for hi their eoutry's servie.. Ax Oujoosmi. PFam Wood Wma rr.
appolfmmt: "And you, too, Mr.
Mr. W. Vwter ef 4.u, *e t bimeC c of _,t r a. Doors ad Window Scre, Picte
*., <~haibtpwaWg papat B ut moev mmd, I wi ll Moulding made to order. All kinds of
*e aHeis waith a "toa l" Eami GaerT.-Nuws: FurnltBe Bepairing domeonbshort notice
eare hi Mr s laWM Athat wl heel 1668 .-1early --n01dIn i, gttin I desre through the columns ofl your' reasonable prs.
vales .fSoolar Ha e s: ."I.o ie t more Nation Convention to paper to thank Mr. J. R. Hm for the
had apeirw orkl.agrm .who wasm out br wishes. It We in m pri of Afty dos rewelved n the Cottage Avenue, DATrroA, F.A.
.ob.d tapwfo o r evni d o days i oan i amy morkM ty a Tediciers' Outing Coutmt, well as my
ae oetfheihg trebled withdirrhoes. she "ept I9 com mekon with it by hfrid who made it pole for me to
I Hmeti-ed to him that I had beM ndmi- Wmin .Me, WSaitinganxiously for the rweive the saw. I am, Very respectfully, 4 .
lary tnedabh d that eil's .omemt when it was believed her father C. E. RamsA.. ankee Doodle"
Colie, Cheoleand Diarrhoanedy had would arry ll by storm. On the fourth
emsi m. He bought a bottle oft dt Y th momYt 0 emed to kave arrived, A SPRAINED ANKLE QUICK LY CU
th dril hem ami isermed me tas d her heart leaped with joy. Butt e "At one tim I eWeed fromn a R A Fast Comfortable Launch for
oem doees bd him, ad hieg is Iat spI Iampede did not com, and sprain of the ankle," says deo. E. Cary,
is work." For sle by all druae. 0 0dagh0= ter w ao editor of the Guide, Washington, V. harter to any Point.
a th-we afterwardoe ol "After smog several well recommended
1d, w a polatf c u- l d .... ..ie without sace. I tried Cha. .
Sw eMveWd th le ats od berlain'sPain Balm,and ampleased to M COY BROTHERS.
eo. d o might have been able at the say that relief came an soon as I began CONA,' DOc=,
hI 10i P -o-int to have swung t.-I.e.convo.i. its use and a complete came speedily fol- no ,,
e otCr dit Jto hm wInstead, thconrs. owed." old by all druggists. DAYTONA. LORIDA.
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S^ 1 il byme-r was momiated; and Kate
I -.SS1ell l that mbght was the most un.
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RubbeW ReeWm a ed for Crushing the Craps to Make
.. ,p-r Port BuuadY, Cazt and Other Wines,
Which, basis wall kowa, rival the world inexcellence, for invalidsand
aged ersom ad awe made fromtheOportograpegrown on vines im-
ported fraom Pbrtgalforty years ago. The soilof northern New Jersey.
.ot min[ Iron, is just suited for them. Mr. Speer, however, uses the
improved way of mashing the grapes. He employs large rollers of
rubber nby a eni which crush grapes at the rate of a barrel
a minute. Speer' Wines especially the Port and Burgundy now in
market, are of very old vintage, and have no superior. Physicians
far and a pmesbe ,them for weakly females and aged persons.
They are booma-ng, adding iron to the system, andend to pro.
long life. Extensively uaS at parties, weddings and general family
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`br a--I Nodon .e toa86s Tuesay to join Mr. Corwin at
De-ver, Colorado.
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S by Mrs. Grambling; opposite t
Mkuwood Hotel.
PVCetehards won the pris of 61
dasn r the T bhers' Outing Con.
oes-d by J. R. Hill.
-"Olele" Schmidt returned hoe
WOdmmday, having completed bisyea
work at the Stetson Univwilty.
If yoa want good smoke try TamdI
PlK-t best cent clgar on tl
maret J. P. Tho s sll 'm.


I An excuion of eolomd people wsr
town the first of the week. Ty wm
Irom Palatka and killed ave samnso


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Ehimme on brsy, end are Ooarw
at toie VSla, whse the wy vem i
*sil having or England, next Wedwess

* O Iamy ne the "=moka" made he
Strip with her w owner, taking a
prty Up the river. AU enjoyed the out-
IN, and visited some most interesting
rulnstobt seen about halfamile from
te rhier. ft in quite pietareque, and
part of it bas the date 1882. Theewas
mNh dinasmson as to what the building
d bweese d for, but them had evi-
fmney been an engine o the massive
ImEdatlon at the soRth eW.


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agaM fa p "as at a metaft by Adam Schants at
a- pe g se t OIthD eyeak- io, Monday evening of last

I 1L J. L Perkeso re- K Mr Parkineon and daughter, Mrs.
ShLAi I-t wek.L Thby Balosts, have closed their hboam ma
fSa r &t of the s this stae of the river and moved tq the
Ig go imawse. of North heath for the summer.


I_- Mrs. C. B. King and daughter, Miss
-- I d X N. Wal- EsItele, wko have been spending several
aM a of t weeks at V. Viulaume's, returned to
S am e -- anew their hoe in Indianapolis, Wedesda.
wb~b adds m h to i ina Daniel H. Wetral died at Ormocn
Tuesday, and the remains were shipped
to GreenvBle, Pa., for interment. A dele.
pI s nim- gation of K. of P. went from here to
to h diag s o bMi. Ormond to act as pallbearers.
t aM ab po Ik LF. Trowell left Sunday for a three
OE aat a *i week's visit with relatives in St. Peters-
burg an I other Gulf Coast points. His
dtpeougl met at the son, M. I. Trowell, has charge of his
L4V. A. hWnett me evening draying business during his absence.
a" Vined a & "olutiin of
kw' lio Miss- M i Clara Wilkinson sails on the
-- wor e, a 8 itvannah steamer Monday, and expects
m women u. fmt,) spend the sunimer with the Rose
k oo am of outr valued sub- family ut Naarrn--ansett Pier. Jay ac-


Ld Mow, and his son, were
ft M Wedasday and favor-
*m phomat visit. Mr.
Sthse W emeful orange

a of ths M. E. church,
tll lnga great deal of interest
Be mnt, ao d feel very
with the elass, considering
Am* has not a a ery large
f t a eanmt setting the


* JL. H sad Ceo. F. 8heai*
i mlMlbsof mext week for the
--mla te, where they will
4bP ms. Mr. Hill's family
-i-lties n a PPemsylvania,
wN w sademd the summer
i- te New England states.
g rlia charge of the work on
mas had $5 men and six
h lat week, covering

immam the e-redistaanee
= to the neuwood
d tn to tohe subecription
I:-1 o tef mrunss thegen

Ioi last week to mention the
I afgXhte of Pytbias at the
aft maroM. Al the
L of that popular so-
1|- wfi th tir families and
at nIO very Ples-
stl inr enjoyed them
Smo = **si for the
.
MeRow vemcemom Rkidg
dMr. and Ms. Hoem
Garth hM r meoter
Mr. Hoele fasv-
W y -0maca llbefore4

s 0"Park of theft


companies his sister as far as Savannah


Rev. Andrews. of DeLand. hasaccepted
a call as regullar pastor of the Baptist
church and arrived here Thursday to
take up his new duties. There will Ie
services ben after both morning and
evening.
Dre. Mord-n and Brush returned from
Tampa. last Saturday, where they were
in attendance at a session of the Florida
DWntal association. The next meeting
cf the association will be held in Daytona
next May. I


The GAsZrr-NEws will move into a
nw home of its own about the first of
. July. Carpe.item will shortly commence
the erection of an offle building, which
will be located north of the Holly Inn.
The building will be 18 by 3. feet and
will be especially adapted to suit our
growing business.
G W. MacKenzie returned Wednesday.
having decided not to open a store at
the Pan-American Exposition. He went
to New York on the steamer Seminole,
which drifted helpless in a heavy fog for
twelve hours, and was finally picked up
by a tug amn towed into port. at tihe
rate of three miles an hour. When Mr.
MacKensie arrived in New York be had
a severe attack of the grip which com-
pelled him to remain inbed for several
day.
Hor. Charles L. Smith writes that the
bi relating to the amendments to the
charter of Daytona has passed both
braces of the Legislature. The objects
of amendments are to: Provide that
the same action be taken in the case of
the resignation of an official as in case of
4eth; to have three alderman elected
very' year instead of six every two
years; to give the president of the coun-
cil but a casting ballot; in cases of tax
asle to only file a list of same with the
county; in cases of emergency to give the
eoncil power to pass an ordinance at
oM sittima.


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James A. Bagu has returned from
isrutt's Island looking well and happy.
F. C. Allenms evidence on Valley street
* now completed. Mr. Allen will move
n next Wednesday.
CoL Post has made a yltng trip to
New Taera busipes, and is expesu|
o ve within tea days. J
ThebeAds of LLL Kluts will beg )d
Slbarmthat be is rapidly rega'mlng ti
aith among tsi hils of North Caroliam.
Mrs. BlancheBal, of JacksonvilB, who
mati viltn iher Met er, Mrs. Bar.
ett uarmsed home the Arst o4 the week.


W.A. Ba hft Moaday for a short
ip to Msrrits Islad. A postal from
a tbs week states that he is having
Te offunaind ptingla
The stoa wal along the riverfroftof
ts H. W. Post's place ins ow -a-fg
mpletioo, ad adds one more attrae-
- to heralrady mag ifenthome.


Te dMren of theM. K Sunday School
wM on Sunday evm', June 9, celebrate
CMldBse' Day. An elaborate program
is being arranged, and all who attend
wE be pleasantly entertained.
The PMmnmula Improvement associa-
tion is now having their lot on Ocean
Boublvard graded preparatory to the
building of the opera houe. The struc-
ture when completed will be one of the
nest buildings on the East Coast.


Mr. Shoemaker, who for the past year
been mesiding on Ocean Boulevard,
removed to the Couplin cottage, on
Valley street, which was vacated several
days ago. by A. C. Barnett and family,
who are now occupying the Pick Haine
bouse on North Valley street.


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And a140 we name for ---of @0& sel o-s
dos w iiloim setW. J. Kima
'Ao. 3."6 Mam or"a,. L
A. x Names. J, V.TaIe
Win. McCoy, W. ff. een
am. zania, won. WeerfJr.,
C.. g. W evdl, Wes. ohrel r..
T. Vedheell, .L
F.V. asulermso W.ff
FA. W. Carter, I3.X 3.,..
V. Cave.J.. ous.
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P. 0. COUNT,
BOOT AND 8HORMAKERR
AWRepairo c westly done. Cotta
Ave., near Beach ., Dayton, F1

Thompson, .m. r.

High Grade Tailoring a Specialty.
8uita made to order for $18 and
up; Pants for 4 aand upwards.
Chmmaesm nd mga8 ast sastima


Cott Ave., rear of City Hotel.
DATWsA, FLOmA.

A. J. HICKS.
CANDY MANUFACTURER
We have on hand a complete line of a
kinds of one confectionery which we aw
at wholesale and retail.
PoNT OA sse. FLA.


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PURE ICE

Made from Dtfld Water.


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I1RS. ORArILINO,
mat"toIHanew.


We wU No inmi mo b than a

you of tbd Mitm For0 msa wbe ww
and she triml of ourI
diW a la dof ptek,
gold, whiblset ,ar" Mal orlv
leader. Tiisis a al tria ar. If
you are not sai wih them after
trial a we wl M youw M y. If
you are pleased wthtemalw m o
insist on yourmMeal esralstim
for you altndia o;n him ftt oW
E oirnme d a Wribp- n ,
mratimis "0 as t o
how our y a ld to
EI .m Kr.WJe MiuS,
0losad 108 Fultom Stuet,
47 New Torirty.

Insuranre coaims will Bow take
risks for limi amounts on football
player...
QUICK RELIEF FOR AtTHMA.
NisM Mand Dickens, Paruom, Kane.,
writes: sufred eight years with
astima In its worst form. I had several
attmeks during the lastyear and was not
expedtel to live throvh *om. I begam
uming Fouar's HoMpr Axe TAn and it
bas never fiMed to givetmanMdlate relief."
DIr. J. M. Jones.


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DY8PEPTICIDE
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Nine-

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Liver.


HERBINE.


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

DEGUIATES the Lvermuea d Bowels,
SCleanses the Systm Pafis the n d.


ES ll alak raEmsmes, cmst""tluM
~WeakSomachand Impaired Ngstle

Evr kbarm % NowI bw ftismluirn
XM &3 3. z~p
Price, 50 Cents.
Prqere by JAMES F. SAU.AR. SL. Louis. 14%


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"Savannah Line."


Tri.Weekly SRailingp

JACSONVT ad NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Direct Servie between
JACUSONVI LL, 3DOTeN AND PRKOVIDERCL
AND AJLL ASTERN POINTS.
Calling at Charkleton Both Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


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York. Boston and the sEast.


Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.


thbond ......................................... From Lewis' Wharf, Bost..
thbm ..............rom ft Catherni s street, lakaekavlle


CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
(DeBary Line)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STOPPING AT PALATKA, ASTOR. ST. FRANCIS, BERESFORD, (DLAXnD)
BLUE SPRINGS and Intermediate Iandings on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
COMMENCING SATURDAY. MAY 18th,
STEAMER "H. G. DAY,"
CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
Is APP.oXNTED TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS:
Leaves Jacksnville......................... Tuesday and Saturdays at 5:60 p. m.
Leaves Sambre ...........................- ........... eda as nd Th r ays at 5:00 a. m.


General Passenger and Ticket oZca,
4 02 W Ba st Jackseavill


THENCE via Palatial Expres Steam ip ftm :SAVANNAR. Four .VwT T WO J to Wu mV wi uue.
SBA 8INGS EACH WEEK to NEW YORK MAmUNG CLOSE -- -. ..
Connections withjiew York and Bostoa Ships On Bouid Line' A. HA(;ERTY, Eastt Pas. Agnt. F. M. IRONMONGER, Ju.. F. P. A..
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedu. 19 t. HALEY, Local Frt.. New Yrk 2 ELL, Amt., J oniuplle. Fa.
Write for general information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on Foot Hogan St.. Jacksonville. Foot Hogan St.. Jacksonville.
P. E. LzFEVRE, Manager. W. H. PLEASANTS, Traffle Manager. I JNO. L. HOWARD, Superintendent.
New Pier, 35 North River, New York. N. Y. Foot Hogan st.. Jawksonville.
STHBO. I. ERO Wnt. P. CL.YDE & CO..
WALTER HAWKINS, J. W. WILKINSON, General anager, General Agen,
General Agent., Jacksonville, Fla. Agent, Daytona, Fla. 1 ChesebroughBalding. 19 State St.. Opposite Battery Park, New York.


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mud by n i-d i. om6 50e.
sMOM an fond the h iht of
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SAVB TWO FROM DEATH.
wal sa&k of Whooping egh ad
h.mBmB," wrhit Mm. W .. UamvR ,
of Aomak,. T., "but, whMn all o
imile 9124, we avMI her lb wlth
Dr. M, sew Dims.wf Our ,,.
who mW ,d kVin'm he i ism me
a te,-lmid ~ls wo4Bful mielm
-md th h buobshl weL" Do.
pirate aost atlung mees -il to
Dr. lKeg's New asto Uo other
r asmmt luba "for Coug%
MAilOoMm MOW d 1.00 bottlespN mg
aid Iy all drIs Trial bott s
bum.
Whob to wiM t tobe wt o st

A. 0. ahudmd, Wrest Bagor. N. Y.,
S'1"a IM ve troubled ikth kidM
or t- e s e y-a. lA v MHave
doeftoei with ,SV pbyl -dM Wa i
SOt- oui I t m I d two botls of
ebvue KInrCTUU." Dr. J.M. Joes.
Kangavo em jump ieveI eet lb
4 gllt against a deer's best meod of
Ube estxals e.
If your ebt bblurrd with specks and
spote ieola bldo- your gye, or you
hove pIanm Ow rihbt ei.e underthe
rte, the your liver ideraid, ad you
md a few die of Hlnm to rngulate
It. Pries50eta. Dr. J. M. Jon.
Ina tes ae whim a ua displays
--p---- -bhe is bered o toasa
Metlman of the old sehooL
If the pdpoit to wormu ichbl-
dma not mnd tey amaIy becom-
Ma wewM kOy aWd I nduer of com-
vulaom. Wme'. Cm Vmunum Isn
e most amnll and popmar edy.
Phiw 2 e I DrT. J. M. Jom.
For bieyel repairn go to the Halifax
mpab ea .


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^Beaete a^^^^s^ peaen tt^P^B^^^


w fl. -- w1m1a t OWV
.. W.ri.e.. at,- Wi.,o
oa agto boy Fo-
C b J. A. pe sm,
d lel,4 *mIb d do medies
w er ol st !.* Dr. J. M. Jams.
Burope has had 81 monares simes
the battle of Hastings.
The lack of t "rgy you feel, the back-
adB and a run down condition generally,
all mea kidney disorder. FOLBT's K
Fr Covm will restore your strength and
vigor tb making the kidneys well. Take
me nobte0 Dr. r. M.. Jones.
The 4eaer ie kitchen utensils is one
sort of Pan-American.
Edward Bum, a well known business
manof Saliabmry, Mo., writes: "I wish
to say for he bendt of others, that I
was a soerer from lumbago and kidney
trouble, and all the remedies I took gave
me no relief. I was induced totry Fo-
rar's KmxnT CunB, and after the use of
three bottles I am cured." Dr. J. M.

Moscow has the largest hospital in
Emuope, with 7,000 beds.
You may as well expect to run a steam
e-ine without water as to find an activ,
energetic man with a torpid liver and
you may know that his liver is torpid
whea be does not relish his food or feis
dull and languid after eating, often has
headache and sometimes disziness. A
few dome of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Ivr Tablets will restore his liver to its
normal functions, renew his vitality, im-
prove his digestion and make him feel
like a new man. Price, 25 cents. Sam-
pies free at any drug store.
London has 690 acres of docks; Liver-
pool 560 acres.
Call at any drug store and get a free
sample of Chamberlain's stomach and
Liver Tablets. They are an elegant
physic. They also improve the appetite,
temgthen the digestion and reg late
the liver and bowels. They are easy to
take and pleasant in effect.
Mexico buys all of iteshear. and sharp-
edged tools from the United States.
A sallow, jaundiced skin is a symptom
of disordered liver, as it springs from
ilary poisons retained in the blood,
which detroys emsOr, cheerfulness,

stMg th, vigor,happinessand liie. HL.
Swil restore the natural functions of
the liver. Price 50 cte. Dr. J. M. Jones.
Tou eu help looking down on a man
whm be's ina bole.
Aside from the serious ionvenienee
ad pae Mcaued by pOes, there is a t
dsey to flstla and to amer In the
metal egions. Pil should not be
lowed to rn ou unchecked. TABLn's
wuamX Pna OImTKrT is an infallible
1i0-dy. Prie, 50 ct. a bottlr, tbes T75
se. Dr. J. M. JamOs.


Hotel J....-- ...


Hames aUwr. It li ebs bir t.e ma btsa otn, bein e |adMl b
by b -m-ear. NeMt,, wdea mE driw, gweelM m, omwn, -m
eal fr, ad s fm dl edier PI1 paU. Blvw, owmas, m4at f amdif
Sa. Tih elma be deIllhtul, s.d **-b*-bmil lam of ure.wek o -r -
WEI ope about the lnt ol Jume, but will be to a potion to tke0 eewol gule
after May 10th. summer Bate: $per day;$8to 13per wek. 48
For further information addnems, D. B. MATHEWON, Ormbad, Florida
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W TRAIN, LAUpWImon,

Buffalo, Y.

May i to November i, 1901.

The Seaboard Air Line

Railway
Offers low excursion rates from all Florida
points. Tickets on sale daily. Rates from
Jackonville 42.80 and $42.95. Corresponding
low rates from other points.
Double Daily Service, incuding Sunday via
Richmond and Washhigtonm

Quick Schedules.

Latest Pullman Fquipment.
For further information write to
I. E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pa e. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
A. 0. MACDONELL, AWt.L Gen. Pas. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.


BOND & BOND
--A-MAUACTUR3RM OF-


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Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
rFoorings. mdia Ceiling.
PE Ik. Lu M adI CaNt Stack.
Pons 8 OlcM 01dYmri EFast Cast Railway And Orate Avesne.


WOR s rWHITERS CREAM
ORMS_ VERIM IFUCE.
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For Inlomatlom relatve to rates, sehddeb g@W,orh
C. E. HARMAN, CM&. Pm Aget, KA
B. F. SMITH, Thr aww M aus-ee',


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CONNE.CTIONS.
The AdmdeComaIN "ast L6 'rmMOO
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For mnrmajomuto rt e wvba-leclj w -u _- .e m, Ro nor
F. M. JOLLY, Division Pas r Agent, 188 WestBay ., Ja Mmv,
W. B. DENHAM, General SuperiBtmdeat, wV.. WI, m
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