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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 8, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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about two and one-half miles long andI in the enterprises.


Tb. De 4saom tef eof 1eoegn.
While those writers who flndgreatpoe-
sibilities in deporting negroes to another
continent are honest and earnest, yet
they are manifestly in ignorance as to
what would be required to ship 10,000,
000 people across the Atlantic or Pacific
ocean to another country, says the
Atlanta Journal.
The ship-owning world would be
heavily taxed to transport from America
to Liberia in ten years, maybe twenty,
if the entire time was devoted to trans-
porting negroes.
There are some things in the world
which are out of the question entirely.
This is one of them. Besides, the negro
is free to choose this or another habita-
tion, but he is not financially able to
transport himself, nor does he want to
go abroad.
Criminals can be deported, but the ex-
perience which England had in sending
convicts to her territorial possessions is
far from encouraging. Australia rosee in
her majesty some time ago and refused
to accept any longer the filthy scum of
the older country, sent out to get rid of
them. The criminals dragged the civili-
sation of the country down to the level
of the criminal; but you may depend
upon it, the negro that is not a criminal
will not be deported easily, unless he is
.willing to go of his own sweet will.
The United States has no penal colo-
nies, and England, as before said, has
found here very unsatisfactory.
If the aegroes are colonized anywhere,
it will be somewhere in the United States,
like the American Indian was colonized,
in the Indian Territory. Perhaps that
arrangement will work-after a fashion
-but the deportation to foreign countries
will not work, because nobody that is
anybody in those countries wants them,
and the free negroes will not go to heathen
Africa because they certainly prefer to
stay in this country.
The north and west could take care of
some millions, if they were willing to
grant to or bestow upon them what they
attempt to force upon the southern peo-
ple in the way of miscegenation and con-
stant association in social life. The time
has come to insist upon a practical illus-
tration of their warm affection for the
negro race. They can erect colleges in
their own land and mix races to their
heart's content.
This deportation idea issimply begging
the question. Try something more prac-
tical as a plan for relief.


Send in your subscription.


iseeasomawiae win nave rate.
Jacksonville, in spite of the fearful con-
flagration, will havilthe State Agricul-
tural Fair next November.
This matter was settled at a meeting
of the board of directors of the Fair As-
sociation held recently at St. Augustine.
It was a magnanimous action, and re-
leases Jacksonville from its subscription
of $5,000 of the stock.
At the meeting President George W.
Wilson gave a history of the work of the
association prior to the Jacksoaville fire,
and his remarks brought out expressions
of sympathy for Jacksonville, and George
L. Taber olbred the following resolution,
which was adopted:
"Resolved, That it is the purpose of
the board of directors to hold the State
Fair at Jacksonville on the date previ-
ously named, vis., November 19th to
24th, inclusive, and that the citizens of
Jacksonville are released from all obliga-
tions on their proposition to. subscribe
for $5,000 of stock of the association.
We deeply egret that circumstances
have necessitated this action, as a result
of the great calamity to the metropolis
of Florida. We are, however, moved to
proceed with our original plans, modified
to the extent that is now unavoidable,
and as an evidence of our loyalty to and
our pride in the energy, fortitude and en-
terprise of Jacksonville, as a demonstra-
tion to the world of what can be accom-
plished under most adverse circum-
stances."
The board of directors and the people
of Florida generally will now go to work
in dead earnest to make the fair a grand
success. There can be no gala week this
year, and all interest, will, therefore cen-
ter on the fair. A bill has been passed
by the legislature propitiating 62,500
for the exhibition.
Lde Sm Ul seed a woet song.
James A. Holloman. managing editor
of the Times-Union and Citisen, while on
a visit to Atlanta spoke of life in Florida
to an Atlanta Journal reporter as
follows:
"Oh Florida is all right. We have the
only state in the country. I thought
Georgia was the best until I went to
Florida. There is nothing in all this
country to compare with the Land of
Flowers. Everybody is out for a good
time and everybody gets what is wanted.
The busy season is over now and we are
just settling down to a pleasant summer
vacation with nothing to worry us.
Weather delightful; money free as the
sunshine. When you get tired working
for a living, just come to Florida and
enjoy yourself."


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Ie located on the Halifax River. It comma a mda t atrast e view in ee di
section and no Sher location eaa be loumd in this viu omity. IDurldth m t
house has been enlarged by the addition of a wimn on se so"th ke tIe"m amg
single or ensuite. Aew diaio re hams been blt on the sot e M a
meunny esomure and is lhtadees Theparlor, es, ab"sd r 1
been enlarged. Bath ad lavatories have bee added ad evajf ne hgar the
comfort anadconvenie of guets. The hail is om. hadmd beA TIeCaledm
in in charge of a competent ce aWdite is the special a ie f tfe ma m- tn
keep the table up to itseusmeal msmm The hom e isM them e blees m th at 1
pot, and convenient to the Post Oes, Cburebsm, eo O ad sd w l a s
of h o with itms bea for wheelinor dusviiniBai
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t We we g to S I n ai, 3uow
| j- .tof the Gaza-Nsmrs tha" W b =
4s pW as to bein o peated. nar
s.m bsoabe thesa md matwe ass
ah -a r the-y isS A wle tp i ,br in o bgm Th -p p
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bos..* ho" UeA ma seNt Oe eW
lob. smu in'bI as them pOm A&G
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orn a labssmed and making bC on&inobeh b ob V-9 bwW mI

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tme have e~midde sta one -esp m. Mtl. L.,-ul.- .
Omhe pewt na. It Mas n ot m seven f at a m
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1M06o D. C, hae Mast-ret at ndporpa wheo themewi
Oa wy e ean g ehi oadi .wkiem gmTem T- S
SrbmoPup o f4 mude a trip to ?"*a"mainl se wst*ev si.an
itoa D honea ,aide1 too ted nr ema e the t ~ on-a
of hi se t rhe bismefi of bintwoghus in admiel 'Thegnini

Mr. Mrory Mi making coaiderable a dsa, iage mbew ee biaing 4ato haer is- a







Paivd oa very ofere Cuts L. Smith. vife tinab bye way
wmt as i mt appearaee of hise ont Mr. Wedul wN idp to to tve
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bu ton ead at t, nWeda y. t t tour
and ser additional room D. oiwa to Orond one die t
s-- ot- mver the contoby Mida n hs week. aldMood i
OTuededay evening thWe sajof ksepl up our Tm ay e-s stowe. Tb





iieto gave a publiaeaeeptdly collided Mrs. VeurIots Mother and twom kt Dis eoo
with Mr. Bre, of Holly ill, nd re- dy in town this wrk, visitinve been
eeved h very ree cut ri the forehead M. ti. w bysways
mead am of the Lgatre at TwoaBmek au Wedn eay. thietourias







It wiow theit for a ore t while that H.Dr. D aVS wagl cad tomly hve rmovnd one dim

Mr. Joipot n was quite seriously hurt' to Wmt Palm Beaeh, where they expect memonis
ser vicsrenderdn the community by himd this week. Alo







abt oin WedatoL da wa eek to be up to li P e -wt Cood 1
and ey evening atd to h d Mr MeBrd are a laaries snd. It e
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It was thought for a shoro while e that H. P. Savage and familto the hm a Oak en
Mr. Johnon was quite seriously roWill Tudai Bsfter, whee they expect P ith seo



have a gang of men at work hauling Mrs. E. Fair. physical.
piling to the west shore of the Halifax. Chis. Milburn returned home Sunday
opposite Ocean Boulevard, to be used in from St. Augustine, where he had been
theonstruction of thebridge which they visiting his son.
are going to erect at this place across Mrs. Smith and daughter, the mother
the river. Chas. Ballough has the and sister of Mrs. T. J. Sparkman, left
contract for the work, which will be for their home on Monday. Men and
puaed to rapid completion. The bridge le nt t. I
imxpeetedto be completed by the first Mrs. Weeden has bad a good sub- eSb nfo
o Nowvmber. stantial fence built in front of her i, .... ,


pIFAt a surprise party and social gather-
ing at the residence of Dr. C. D. Seely,
assembled, were many of the Dr. and his
etimable we's friends, comprising most
all the leading ladies and neighbors of
Seabueve, who upon the move of Dr.
Dayton, pamd unanimously the follow-
ing resolutions: Whereas, The Dr. and
his ever kind wife have lived among us
for'the past four years, and that we have
always found them exemplary, kind
hearted and always honest and progress.
sive cities. We further sincerely regret
their departure from among us for a uea.
son, and wish them a afely and pleasant
sojourn and a sale and early return to
their ever welcome home among ne.
After being sumptuously refeshed all
then adjourned to the pavillion to par-
ticipate in the welcoming of the Hon.
C. L Smith.


SHollyI Hl News.

Mr. and MM. Martin arrived on Mon-
day, and intend making a short stay.
Why tarry our shrimp and mullet so
loag thisseason? Arethey not unusually
late in making their appearance?
Mr. Harris, whose illness we chronicled
Ist week, is slowly regaining strength.
We hope soon to hear of his entire
recovery.
Mr. aadMrs Dickson aad family,also
Fraak Titey left on the Wedaesday
afternoon train for Jacksonville, where
tny intend takig the Clyde Line 8. S.
Irqaois for New York, ea route for Eng-
adL. Our little community, while r-
-tt their departure, wish them boa


property on Dunlawton avenue.
Mr. Drummond left for his home in Eau
Claire this week, and Mr. and Mrs. 1. 0.
Geener left for Illinois, to visit their
daughter, Mrs. Tuttle. and from there
they will go to Michigan, to viit another
daughter, Mrs. Bemis.




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W. 0. DePams i stopping at Hotel
Coquina for the summer.
Ex-Mayor Thos. H. Aanable is con.
Saed to his room on aecomat of illnues.
Mis Ethel Francs left Monday for the
North, to spemd the summer with friends
at Hartford and New Port.
Colby Pinkertoa and Adolpho Mayo,
two of Ormo.d'a brightest boys. are
bome from school at Wintr Park.
Mrs. Fteer and Mies Pratt, of Ge s
Cove Springs, have take the Foulk*
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undertaker h. and regeane tor
te gbor ts of what they might
haunt the highways li and the

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me aslescontroated in a meta.
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women of Ko4lpadqrei% to repde
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WASTU.
Reliable man for manager of Branch
Office we wish to open in this vicinity
If your record in O. K. here in an oppor.
tuAity, Kindly give good referace when
writing. THE A. T. MORRIS WHOLE-
HALF HOUSE, Cinv.iuatti, Ohio. Illhs
treated catalogue 4 t'nt stamps.


OCEAN HOUSE,
F. W. SAMS, Paprister"
Rates: $2 and Upward; Special to
Regular Boarders.
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cottage, uon at bee, fort he spawn.
Mrm. Kitcell and her daughter. Miss Door and Window Screens, Picture
Phoebe. wig join Mrs. Hulme at the Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
Barker cottage, on the bach, for the Furniture Repairing done on short notice
summer. at reasonable prices.


The people hem who are lmisiar with
politics ina eth Carola ane looking
with keen interetmto the outcome of

D. B. Matheraoa, the genial propreor
of Hotel Coquina, having seed the
property for a term of years, has bee
buy putting the bome and groanmd
arst-remseodoa TheVCoquinaopm
on Jae1, and we prediet a good buli.
aus for this popular esmde .


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Charter to any Point.
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W. W. Carter and mwrty rturard Tuwo
lay frmw ther crme down the rir.
Mr. Cater state that the storm of ftat
Mda wsU the worst he ewr e#xpmrkwd

JmuMg 1m* A. 8tewart rame over from
teLadI Tw day and Wednmdaiy after
mom took the train for Jacksonville
L nJeb hae a host of friends in Day.
Ma who are always glad to qe' him.
Mi Clarm Wilkiamnn started Knday
br Narramwtt Pier. R. I.. where he
rill speed the nsumer with-the family of
. A. Bwge. Her brother. J. W. Wilkin.
, aeeompanied her as far asOavannah,
trmi g W ai day noon.


C. A. SIebwoodelowd himet market
loday, and returned to Jacksoanvlle,
rh e he will nped the asmmer, looking
ftpr the rebBldiag of his midmece.
hieh w detmyed inthe Se. He will
tars to Daytoes in Sptomber.


IL. E. yle hnorms ua that gmrt pep.
amtionM are being made for the Fourth
of July celebration on the beach. All
kindeofraea. ad various other Aports
ae oa the prora. A bead will be
eglaaed to faramih music during the day.
t.i amde intb evening a dance will be
held in the Ocen Pier Pavilion.


At a meeting of the telephone companA
bdd Monaay night it was voted to
eeae the capital stoek from $4,000
K8,000, and as soon as the additi
toek i disposed of work will bef
maed on a line to DeLand. Afte a t
DtIAad line it completed it is quitob'
abi that a line will be built t 0oy
Hil a& Ormoad.


The vegetable exprew train vch has
bean asulg between Miami $ Jack-
sovilk for the pMst two ib hal
bhm dimoatinued, the tomp seaon
being about over. the nt f iht
eanrres am exprm eara unvth ear is
loaded at the various d af Ud th
drops it to be picked p ,pae pwsger
teak mt mormei.


Tbs ecmmuay has doubtedy the
lads"t a d mo st daw .pseW e of
1hman1ty that everb~thed the air of
Oed' S earth. P hr ve rrrenWe to
a m- Klivia abouttwo miles north of
riamtom HBeisklonW for work and
probably pmRyig t he ca Bot M it,
miaMuech as a %ia ea hardly walk
dowa the stet = ot stumbling over
work. Hea a tae of poverty to
.w.7oahe me a"od Wak" the gym
pethy-pro amertion that he has
had but one to appeaft the appe-
a oft hais for thre days. Ome
y h M s to give hN lalW of
lky tosoliadt ThI mama' i a
anoum. ape t to Judge Stewart's
OWt a theeM of vagramey would
mo doubt do schb to taemam his energy.


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Amwjj mi uZope who have a" itW
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vtof Vokwo Omsty. 3NU. Andm bpOwn
wID be elsewtdasIfte same me aepie-wlb

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1.4 also we same wfterI- --f NOW e'fq
ties the Se@IIwing W. 76;-;reWS. .King.
Chais. Hank, sand f Vk I lnmw.
A.LZ.Mama.,
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C. F. Weierll. Wa
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Mad fbnm sh umh WatWr.


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A. J. H ICKS.
t'..XNI)YMA.SUFAMTIER.
W. hmar.toll 11.6101 a 4rtontpkte Nile' (14 ai
kind.4 oft fi ans-s4bifutiknery vhibwe w.. a11
%v wm ila..saIp alml ivtait.
powr OICw.aov.. I'A.


Btu M s ged for CrushbWnO te Grape to Make
5FIidy, Claret and Other Wines,
WWh l rival the world in excellence, for invalidsand
agd i, frmade from the Oporto grape grown on vines im-
:k0 Pboaforty years ago. The soil of northern New Jersey,
. ,-- t suited for them. Mr. Speer, however, uses the
NI ashing the grapes. He employs large rollers of
r;= Wu Wa/en ine which crush grapes at the rate of a barrel
a minute. sd Wine, especially the Port and Burgundy now in
market, ryold vintage, and have no superior. Physicians
Wam Dn d m be them for weakly females and aged persons.
.' Lmaking, adding iron to the system, and tend to pro.
Slonif ensively used at parties, weddings and general family
I.& /rSOLD vY DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS WHO DEAL IN WINES.


Tpths


,11 the

Iople
Suffer


from a
Diseased'
Liver
V f


Pure JuicERBINE.


! Pure Juices from Natural Roots.


REGULATES t Um, Stoudi d Bowels,
Ceases the System, hdfis the Mood.

CURES MaiaE elms., Custipat,
Weak Stomach andm Impaired Digestion.
Emory eb hutueWi to lim Satlsttlol.
pzax.uaiwa EUo svm-zl 4.Xea-Aza no a.
Prioe, 0O Cents.
Prepared by JAMES F. BALARD. St. Louis, Mo,


SeW by Dr. J. M. Jse


OCEAN STEAMSHIP
"Savannah Line."


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Tri- Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN

JACSON VLHLE and NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston. S. C., both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The


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Southboli
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to New


LAND AND SEA.
York. Boston and


yAI rVL J iBlI ARILeV 4J UnX v Ciza alaaae
Tm a via Palatial Expr, wausthls from :SAVANNAH. Four
8AILIN8 XACOH WEBK to NEW YORK MAKING CLOSE


OomaetoMn wvitNoew York and Boston Ships On Bound Lines
All ticket agents and hotel awr supplied with monthly 'Ktiling xw-hedhile..
Write lor ge"al information, filing ehedules. talteTrmln re'rv,tion. or -all t on
P. B. LaFEVRE, Manar. W. H. PLEASANTS. Tnrtth.- Manasgr.
New Pier, 35 North River. New York. N. Y
WALTER HAWKINS, J. W. WILKINSON,
eMAerl Agent., Jacksonville, Fl. Agent, Daytona. Fla.


Clyde New England and Southern I
Dirwt Service Between
JACKSONVILLE. BOSToN AND PROVIDLENCL
AND ALL rASTUR.N POINTS.
Cl'llinl at Charlaton Both Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAIUNO5.


ld.
ted


Lies.


.......... .......... From Lewis' Whar, B es
from foot Cateorla sroeet, Jaokmslt


CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
(iApBar.v Line)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
'TOPPIN. A'T I'ALATKA. ASTOR. ST. FRANCIIS. BEREBFORD, (DLAXOD)
BHL'E SPRINGS and literui liate ltandingt, on Sr. JOHNS RIVER.
I'OMMENI'ING SATURDAY. MAY 18th.
ST'AME+ "H. G. DAY,"
A'.1PT. W. A. SHAW.
IS APPIrNTI1 TI) MAII. %%t, FrLLOWS:
Leaves Jackoaviller...................... Tuesday and Satardays at 5:- p. a.
Leave Saford................................. ...... ay Thursdays at 5:0 a. m.


the sEast.


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


lv.%;ERTI Es'tn l'.w.".. Aw~-11t. F %I. IMImNMONGER. Jit.. F'. P. A.L,
lit state st.. Ne~w Yoork. :.)44 Weist Boy St.. Jmeksw~villeFl..
('nt. s. 1). HAl-Ey. IAN-691 Frt. Aixt. c.i. P.oVIJELL. Amt. M~. Supt.,
.INo.I.L. ll4WAKI). Sulp..rteintslent. -
FivotHtmp St..lacwk'.tinvillk.
THIEO. 0. EGER. hiolHogP.St.CLYDE ~& CO.
generall Managr. 6wend Aalbate
Chwesbrough Building, it, Statt St., Opposite BatterY Park. NeW York


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WOMAW4 the s." Dr. EJ. M. Ecus..


COMPLEX


Tirms uKUp.


SUNDRIM


Robert L.\mith.


skrouls wira h tIgraphy is being
tlld ina the oSodan.
The lack pf eemr you bee, the back.
isald a randowaeoadition generally,
A an ka y disorder. Four's K-
uT0 Co will me re your strength and
vibor by makk the kidneys well. Take
no substitute. Dr. J. N. Joes..
Th-are 150 a eoflectric railways
in Spala.
Edward Rues, a well known business
man of 'aHsl bm No., writes: "I wah
to my for the beoutof others, that I
was a easerer from hImbago and kidney
tr oule,and al the rei dies I took gave
me o relief. I was induced totry Fo-
Lus Kam Cus Cm, aMd after the us.,of
three bottles I am cared." Dr. J. K.
-
Rusian railway receipts for April in-
ensaed P84,500 over theme mouth
IMt year.
You may as well expect to run a steam
e4gis withoutwater asto d an active,
energetic man with a torpid liver a&d
you may know that his liver is torpd
whenmhe does not relish his food or feel
duD and laguld after eating, oftem has
hladaehe atd oometime disziness. A


prOv his digestion and make him feel
ike a mew man. Price, 25 cents. Sam-
plas free at any drug store.
No other sovereign in the world ass.
many physicians as the Czar.
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,
strengthen the digestion and regi late
the liver and bowels. They are easy to
take and pleasant in effect.
The municipality of Chicago employs
182 women in various capacities.
A Mallow, jaundiced skin is a symptom
of disordered liver, as it springs from
bilary poisons retained in the blood,
which destroys energy, cheerfulness,
strength, vigor, happinessand life. Hm.-
mwN will restore the natural functions of
the liver. Price 50 eta. Dr. J. M. Jones.
In society it is more blessed to be polite
than truthful.
Aside from the serious inconvenience
and pain caused by piles, there is a ten-
dency to Istula and to cancer in the
rectal regions. Piles should not be
allowed to run on unchecked. TALnr'SI
DuO arM PUL ORNrmCNT is an infallible
remedy. PrIce, 50 et. a bottle; tubes 75
eto. Dr. J. M. Jones.
Ireand mends to England 237,000 tons
of meat a year.


Hardly a day passes, in families whee
tbem are children, in which B ALLAx'
Sow LinmUr"ib not needed. Itquicty
esCutO WomudM, Bruis, Barns
BadIe Price 25 and0 cts. Dr.LIM.
journ.


Hotel Coquina, oND B-THE
East Coast ofForML
Hot Coquina is situated on a buff directly te M o Whe It
ofreu all the delaght of the s ho, iti onlyWlk, or livenlts
by hor ar,from th orange groves pa alks on the bks of the
Haliax River. It is two miles from the railroad ct onn ected with it
by horeecar. BeautWJol walks and drives, groves of i e, nd rare troi-
eal fruit, aees of olhader and palmetto. River,' .I -aw thin~ dand t i-
fishing. The. clImateis delightful, and is beneficial in 'oroa or ndrAm
prostton.overwork or rvo
Wil op about the rest of Juns, but wI be in a P take cae ot guests
after May 10th. Bummer Rates: P per day; $8to P$1S 48
For further iformatio address, D. B. MATE ond, Flora.


,Bwaxu Pan-herican


ay toNove ErpOsiN,

Buffalo,s Y.

May i to November i, igoi.


The


Seaboard Air


Railway
Offers low excursion rates from all Plor1
points. Tickets on sale daily. Rates
Jacksonville $42.30 .and $42.95. Correspondit
low rates from other points.


Double Day Service, including Sunday. vial
Ricdmond and Washingt

Quick Schedules.

Latest Pullman Fquipment
Fc.r further information write to 0
R. E. L BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
A. 0. MMwDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.


BOND & BOND
-MANUFACTURERS OF-


Co.,


Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, Sidings C WuaC.
Prick, MUe and Ceeint Mla S .
Plaolm s Offices and YVrds: East Coast Railway Aid Orage A ene.


-C 1 WHITE'S CREAM
S wlal-Se -- *Ktk IM

.rol 2 VER-We MLI-UC


C. 4p 1S.3-Ar.
5.pm58 aAr...

105 em... Ar.... ..
7pNji: 54$awm Lv- f
10:50am- 1
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sleest Aistua to L Lok

All C110-owteO 9Pmpl~ awln-"
ai W 19W uAW -M&G Am


J. C. HBAM, -mi' --".-


NASHVILLE, CHAT
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Wsstsrm C


DIXIEIE FLYER
DOUBLE DAILY OBCTION, W I

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Carrying through Piilms Vu1 V.
*LMi. without 'a.g&
For inrmaf oa reltive to rates, **m*hoAks.r
C. E. HARMAN, e.m Pam Apat,
Atlanta, Oa.
H. r. am=T, 2Tm "Iunem,

H....a.H....... ..
PLANT ,CFIO

The Great Thrmogh COwm Lf iii.
OONNEOT'IOI'EVc


,T TEast


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:West


East


The Atlntsu* OOM6 ~lb. V
and Wasbiagh.
TI.heuhr ewy vfb M
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The Boathers BY.
The Lobfevtle&I
The Southern l.
The Mobib& A


via saviumakso
vatluw eoA.MWLmy I


1 KEY WEST &AN4b-HAVANA
VIA PENINSULAR and OCCIDarrAL TRA IP CO
Sb.Cape Bats .a m" P.. w i-, -_ U -, m
lo an Plant Sfamehip Line for Halifax, Hawhmbuy and
--toww- -


WINTER TOURIST -TIOKETS
will be on throughout the Nofther, Easter., Wester a F as h m
all FloridWa via the Plaats rdr tuhe ,mamO-n li
return until 81t, with lUmbwd top.vew riti Flemp M _b.
Add parti in the North smut to the uas wl be mt.
ppliedwithnUformation haadmeome Bdartdsa-1.
Foiorn asfnn to r..te-pin ewarias% ii am, or w
F. M. JOLLY, Paosen er Agent, 138. Wet Bay Ut., jastemml,
W. aa DB.e rnt, W. DBMs hi bt



Flori EaSt Coast

Bottlitng Company, ff ^

l Cream and Dewey a
All order p o l filled. W rite e 'arrt 9.
OFFICE and BOT1IG WORKB-Vimds Ave., gs& i
J.P.THOU AS, P0rr.
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