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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: September 28, 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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'Phone 61.
BEACH STREET. near ORANGE
AVENUE and MOUTH BRIIDE.


O EETT E S ."DOUGH."
The feds in thi hands of the city are
Smarty exhausted. The question now in
S e minds of the council is "What must
amt we do to be saved?" At the nmeet-
Ingot that august body Monday even-
S In Mayor LUdwig introduced a retolu-
Stos to have each property owner pay
oe At oi cleaning the package in front
ol h pemimes. Thin would save the
edty in the neighborhood of $250 a year.
The eouneil instructed the ordinance
committee to draw up an ordinance to
this eet and it will no doubt be pawed
o orst reading at the next regular
meting. As the ordinance will not I*-
Spased soon enough to be efietive this
fBl, the city will have the imrkamg-
* esmed and ask each prolwrty owner to
Shis proportion.
S It hms beea considered as a further
z*om to rate fund, that every lick' le
l the city be taxed one dollar per year.
STis would be liable to meet with con-
Siderable opposition. And especially so
is the i fae of the fart that the law plmaed
1 1the last Legislature giving to ench
e0oty the power to collect one dollar
serevery wheel for the purpose of build-
g side path will probably shortly be-
e: me ePrctive in Volusia county.
The law elquireM that upon a petition
d by ffy wheel owners being prt-
4 ndl to the county judge that official
Seamake the law effective and appoint
O*V ede path commissioners. A petition
of this mature is in circulation and the
greater part of the required nundie-r of
Iotures have been obtained. The full
tntef this law was published in tihsee
elhmm ome time ago.
I th face of this we candidly ask,
would t be prudent for the city to taxl
ery wheel one dollar?
The members of the council are gravely
eoL Mring this as wel' as other method
etrabl more funds. The columns of
ae 6 asui-s-Nmws are open for any sug-
ousrina that will help the city fathers
ea ot of their difficulty.

SH $ES CNEAP.

b Binout show at Wmray's at giv.-

i. 8' sboes. 3 t, 4i .$2.tfM now $1.2.s
p e'-elortn, '"to 2... .20 ."
L droxordsl. 5 to P.. .,o .-**
S 'sl button, 6 to 10. I.,< .
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the farther of Florence Nightingale
Wiflam Shore, who assumed by
patent the suriname of Nighbtln-
he 181. The name, together with
~1ily property. ca(5e from old re-
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LIFE IMPRISONMENT.


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A MI F OTNER CIE

morn to by Deputy iRherif Rodgers
.h- k 'mmmd the arrest of G. F. Oiers.
warrat charges the prisoner with
se the night time and also with
M-W ,of two bcyd.
OetobOr last year the residence of
iUdla Crom ker, on Ridgewood, burned
to te ground at two o'clock one morn-
g. '"e bouse wm occupied at the
tme and noca could be agned for
the otber tlanims mliIm
The two whM mentinld fI the am.
davit were *bow to belong to Col.
Crocker and we supposed to have
bee in the house at hetime of the are.
Aqtantity o furniture supposed also to
to Col. Crocker was found in the
risoner's pomsemion. In justice court
bdoe. Justice Williams, Oliveros pro-
tr~4.


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Night Time.

ES AE LISU AT NIS M.O
iem that were.supposed to have been in
his blacksmith shop when it burned last
spring.
A number of other small thefts have
been traced to Oliveroe home, and the
state enm n to have a clear case against
him.
The penalty for "arson in the night
time" in the state of Florida is lile im-
prisonmeat, and if convicted of this crime
it will be unnecessary to bring the other
charges against him in court.
The prisoner was bound over to the
Criminal Court without bail being fixed
and he now rests in the county bastile at
DeLand.
Oliveroe came to Daytona about a
year ago from St. Augustine and opened
a blacksmith shop In partnership with
Mr. Bracy. Last winter they dissolved


S., wm paper wmcn a partnership and a few days after the
dbmed were bills of sale for the wheels, shop burned. It was thought at the
and which he claimed he purchase& from time that Oliveros knew something of
Stwo colored boys some time last spring. the origin of the fire but do evidence
SThe haatWriting of the two receipts are could be produced against him.
ientical, and it is presumed that they Deputy Sheriff Rtdgers and Juse
both written out since the arrest. In the Williams have both been working on
prisoner's possession were also found the case for the past seven months and
wheels belonging to John Maley and E. the evidence now in their possession will
E. Johnson, a pair of blankets supposed probably convict the prisoner.
to belong to Col. Crocker as well some The Oliveros family until recently
of the Cracker furniture. One.of Oli- lived on Ridgewood but about two
veroe children. some time ago, it is al- weeks ago moved onto Fairview avenue.
leged, stole a five dollar gold piece from After the fire in the old shop he opened a
the home of C. H. Johnson, thedairyman, shop north of the old Robinson lumber
and H. F. Bracy, we understand, has yard. where he was at the time he was
found some tools on the prisoner's prem- arrested.

TE LARS' CLUB MEETING. OLDEST MAN IN FLORIDA.

The Daytona Liar Club was in David Crockett, a negro man, who
th lives about six miles from Tampa, is said
0 regular weekly session. The convera- to be the oldest man in the state. He
tion drifted to dogs and the many re-
markable feat performed was born on January 1. 1793, and is
markable feats performed by them n 1- 8yearefage. leis halthyandap-
der excitrnent of the moment. 10p years ob age. e i lwalthy and ap-
"Why" said the blear-eyed president pars to be not over 70 years of age.
of the club. "I One owned a dog Capt. John T. Lesley. one of the. oldest
that was all right until he saw a tree hitresidents of mpa, says there is
falling. The darned fool seemed to think no doubt of the man's age, as he. years
it hiibounded duty to get under every ago, learned it from the former owner of
one that fell around the place and in the (O'rkett. This old mnn is full of inter-
spring when I went out to split rails I eating reminiscenes of the past.
always chained him secunrly. -
"One day I was cutting down a very Laench for Sale at a Bargain.
large tree, and just as it commenced fall-
ing I heard old Towser coming and yelp- 43 foot, glass enclosed. naptha launch
ing like the devil had him by the tail, I ginse. built by S as eno gine & i'ower eo.,
tried to stop him, but the blamed fool of Morris Heights, New -York; guaran-
was so excited that he rushed by me and teed to lie in first-clast order, almost
right under the falling pine. new.. For terms. etc.. apply to
PETER NELSON.
"I saw it fall square across his back, Or Titusville. Fla.
and did not even go to we, for I knew he A. M. PIELLETT. Daytona, Fla. tf
was smashed into sausage.
"Half an hour later I saw him going
limping on toward the house. Knowing COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
the tree had fallen on himt, I went to in-
vestigate. Sure enough there was where Council met in regular session Monday
he had been mashed into the ground just evening, with Prewdent Itingham in the
enough to make his imprint in the sand, chair.
but a small log. not more than four to Present. Al41. Foster. Rix, -hmidt.
six inches, had saved him. He happened Minutes of previous meeting read and
to be parallel with it, and had pulled approved.
himself out. I suppose he was stunned Following bills presented and ordered
at first. or he would have nmatde some paid:
outcry. Pelleci-r & Rix, horse hire.........$... 1.00
"That's nothing." said the weak-eyed M. llogin, work on streets........... 1.25
secretary. "I once owned a dog named Bid of Jacob Sloughi to deed land for
Lion. He was a big, black crismw ttween extension of lPine street, 32 feet wide,/
a cur and a Newfoundland. iHe was the clear and open same, build bridge atro-
devil for running rabbits. and if they north canal for sun of $80.00. I
gave him half a chance lie would run Moved by AId. t chmidt. seconded ly
them down. Ald. Foster, to accept J. Slough's prope-
"One day I was in the field plowing, sition. and that work be ordered done
and heard him after a rabblit down in upon J. Slough giving deed to said land.
the branch near by. At noon lie failed Carried.
to show up for dinner. The whole Moved by AIl. .hmidt, seconded by
family became alarmed, he Ibeing a great Aid. Foster. that Ordinance Committee
pet, and upon returning to work I went l. instructed to draw up ordinance gov-
down where I had heard hinm to investi- erring cleaning of package by abutting
gate. property owners, and present same at
"The was an old cypress stu next meeting of tle council. Carried.
"Thenr was an old cypress stunp, Moved by Aid. Foster. seconded by Aid.
twenty or twenty-five feet high. and it Schmidt. that the following resolution
was holl w. I saw where he had lben be adopted: Resolved. that th niavor
s-ratching around the root but there riquested to notify all citizens to put
was was no dog in eight. the parkage abutting their property in
"Thinking lwrhplwiI he had teen snake- gotd order. Carried.
bit and started hone 1 pulled out my Moved by Ahl. Rix, seconded by Aid.
whlistled and gave one or two calls. Schmidt, that the bid of Tom Martin for
"Well. sir, that blamed dog conmmtenced cleaning the parkage according to ad-
whinning from inside the cypress stumi-ivertisement for $150.00 be accepted.
"I stuck my head inside, and se Moved by A1l. Rix. seonded by Aid.
enough. there he wan. not more thanl.Schmidt, that e~lerk 6b instructed to have
eight feet up. But it was a pretty do the lighting f thie' stn't. ,.iniuin-l Oc-
fit, and the splinters left by the decayingtober 1. Carried.
tre all stuck up. He could not tlrki .
back for splinters sticking him.
**It is well known that a dog is more The Shehllon (Minu.) Eemrl'|riee naike
afraid of a hear than anything else, and this very lrtitnent criticiMln of a society
nralizing that only one thing remained, item in the columns of one of its .ou-
and that one thing for Lion to go out at temporaries: "The Lisbon ;azette<. in
the top of tlhe stump. I scratched on the speaking of a kgeutlmil~uIn of that town
sides of the hollow and growled like a ays ht h w t to
bear. s win to he nitre, ... ays thit he. we't to
*'Well. sir. old Lion gave a little whine. Minneapolis to Iur, has.' a eev; artiticial
and rotten wood fell all over mny head. !eg and that he, w\ill sion m'quile two
As lie riahsed the top it broke off with others-not art iticiil-l.y mutarri.e.' with
him and he hit the ground running. __t____
"When I reached home at night it took Miss Shou th.it ,,itor able
all sorts of coaxing to get himn from un- to purchase another h|ead, eu'rk or woodl-
der the bed where be had lay curled up en. it would Ieo a good thing for the
all afternoon. Gazette, and w\- \\clld at ,t4 sIrp.rised
'**I. naa m an trick to nlav on l.ion. .-...-. ... .... ...... ....... ....-..- .


OF If tU WS TO ALL
Froest e a ported hi theo rthwet.
S gmse are mak their way to
M adero wates.
A vwy heavy travel Is pndiked for

The summer vhitA nhe walows,
an homeward lying.
Prof. cE.. Rihardsarr wfr m Clyde,
Ohio, atdayevening.
Roy P. Barker returned uTeday from
his trip to Maitland and o poinate.
lTCal on Moor Bro. anything
in their line and you whbe treated

IW-Dr. W. E. French, the veterinarian,
will return to Daytona sad usume his
practice the first of Oetober.
Mrs. J. A. Shanks and WI h m.-
turned Friday evening of last week from
their visit to friends in the West.
WWait and me our new lineM *hie
we will be peaed to show you.
MOORE BROS.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stewart returned
Monday evening.from a trip North and
are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. C. Nash.
Mrs. C. M. Johnson expects to leave
next week for Hava, Coba, where she
will join her husband add remain for the
winter.


D. D. Rogers will retra home in a
couple of weeks from Colorado and New
Mexico, where he ha been spending the
summer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Oram.ing have
moved into the building recently vacated
by J. E. Rush and will open their bakery
Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Brown left last Sun.
day morning for Detroit, Mich., where
thedoctor will engage in hospital work
for a couple of months.
All of our merchants are putting in
larI stocks of goods for the winter
trade. We hope their most sanguine ex-
pectations will be realized.
Rev. J. P. Graham has accepted the
call extended by the Baptist Church and
will arrive in Daytona so as to conduct
services the first Sunday in October.
C. G. Perkins, of Hartford, Conn., was
in the city Monday, and registered at
Schmidt's Villa. Mr. Perkins is inter-
"e'ted in the Volusia Sportsmen's Club.
The "Holiness" people held their ser-
vice in front of the postotfice last Sunday
afternoon, as advertised. A large crowd
gathered to watch their curious antics.


Mrs. J. R. Turner and two children,
who have been visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Weaver for the past two weeks,
returned to their home in DeLand Mon-
day.
The afternoon train from Jacksonville
last Saturday was detained about Itwo
hours at Sweetwater, by a slight mishap
to a freight engine, which blocked the
track.
Tilman White went up to Jacksonville
Saturday afternoon and returned Sun-
day evening. His daughter returned
with him for a short sojourn in our beau-
tiful city.
Next month the Florida East Coast
Railway will receive several new Bald-
win locomotives, which will make their
train service still better during the comints
winter season.
School will open Monday morning
with the following teachers in charge:
Prof C. E Richard. Misepo Martha


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Last Thursday was the last
day that will be observed by
business houses this year.


half-holi-
Daytona


&WDr. W. E. French, the veterinarian,
will return to Daytona and resume his
practice the first of October.
Post ffe Inspector Peer came down
from Jacksonville Wednesday, and is
registered at Sclnidt's Villa.
Mrs. .las. H. Johnson and sons. Claude
It. and laness H.. Jr., arrived Monday
evening from Atlantic City, N. J.
Very little business has been transacted
by Daytona business places the last couple
of days owing to the inclement weather.
Thom. A. Davis, formerly editor of the
Peninsula Breeze, is now on0 of the
proprietor of the Capital Cafe at Jack-
sonville.


Geo H. Clark andl son. Neville, returned
Tuesday from their trip to New York.
They visited the Pan-American, and re-
port a very enjoyable trip.
Geo. Walton returned home Thursday
from his trip West. His father stopped
off at Jacksonville, and intended to
follow the next day, but the washouts
have detained him.
J. F. Gregg, a railroad contractor, was
in Daytona Tuesday. It is understood
that Mr. Gregg is figuringforthecontract
for building the electric railway above
Ormond for the Volusla Sportsmens Club.
It will cost the government $700 per
day for printers and sterotypers alone
during thle term of the Schly court of
inquiry. 4 )ne hundred printers have been
placed on duty to handle the records of
the court.


A. Dr. G. E. Morden will leave the firstof
Brown, Ida Hunt, Lucy Moreley, Susie Ixr. G. E. Morden will leave the first of
Currie. Lucke Hacker and Mrs. Lydia next week fir a six weeks visit to his oh i
Babbington. home in Canada. lie goes to attend a
bbntnreunion of his family, which will take
Rev. F. J. langdon, of DeLand. will place the sixth of Novemnber. During his
preach at the Christian chur-h. Semi- absence Dr. Edith Brush will have charge
nole building. tomorrow. His subject in of his offtiee.
the morning will lie "Hearing and Heed- Co(,,nn..,eing to-d ay tlh.-GAzETT-Ne:ws
ing a Call.', The evening sermon will l.e ola s contest that gives thie. tnst popli-
"What Think Ye of Christ." ulatr student of tie. lDaytona public
The steamer Nyanza, formerly owned sc. o.'si.t an opportunity to visit the State
by Whittaher & Mier, of New Smyrna, Fair and have ill expenses paid. For
has been sold to parties on the West every suibscril.er 75 votes will becounted,
Coast and was taken over there last and for every sub',' ib-r paying up his
week. The Nyanza has for several sea- arrearage or paying one year in advance
sons played between Daytona and New 50 votes will t counted. Besides this
Smyrna. the' coulon on this page counts for five
votes. See anniiioun-emnent on fourth page.
Seed Irish potatoes are In demand. and
are very scarce. Owing to the short
crop all through the North, the demand Am Ant P.or Pet.
for potatoes is great, and prices promise One of the queerest little pets ever
to be much higher than usual. Truckers seen Is the tame ant belonging to a well
of this section, realizing the conditions, kdown scientist. This man keeps tribes
will plant largely if they can secure the of ants In nests which he has made
ne ary eed.himself and feeds them with honey or
sugar through a tube that connects
Mayor Ludwig and son, Charlie. re- with the nests. One day be saw that
turned last Saturday evening from Cleve- 'oe of the ants kept coming into the
land. They were accompanied by Mr. tube to eat up the honey tn the glass
lan. They webulbat the end. When he took out the
anti Mrs. L. 0. Rawson of the same city. cork that closed the bulb, the sect
Since their arrival the two gentlemen came to look for the food, sad he offer-
have devoted the greater part of their ed It some honey on the point of a
spare time to fishing. The mayor says needle, says the New York Tribune.
Mr. Rawson is one of the best fisherman The ant shrank back at first, then
it has been his pleasure to accompany I drew nearer, feeling about with its an-
for a long time. Itenna, until it reached the needle.
for a long time. on It learned to take t-he honey of'
Its keeper's finger, although ants are
Among the most timid of living things,
|A GA MTTE-NEWS and a new odor or the least movemcut
DAYTOATToutside their nests usually drives these
Penalar Stadents' Contest. ,..,i ,..._ .. .


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Our New


Goods


WILL ARRIVE IN A


MMST 25 TEAMS.
The moe pesented in DaytMi Friday
-moring a &&in-
habitmutem k thlr tle r a par.
alBl. "Wtar, water .vTywhm." In
twnty4veynm tere wa not kowa
to be as mmeh water over Beach stnetaes
at prmeet.
At thetime of going to press the street
is covered by from six to twelve inches of
water. This ea partly be accounted
forbytbe "spring tes," and the tmn-
endous raima which we have had during
ti week. Every croes stnet except
Orange avenue is flooded and eight
inches of water coves the depot plat-
form. The water is fimh with the South
bridge, and small lakes surround all the
buildings about town that are at all
low. No damage to amount to anything
has been dome in Daytona as there has
been verry little wind. A good part of
the travel up and down Beach street is
being done in row-biate.
Station Agent Hatch informs s that
the railroad track is badly washed out in
both directions and train are not likely
to be running for a couple of days at
least.
We don't attempt to givethe tide table
this week.
Catherine Wilson,colored,died at Way-
crosm Monday night. *
Dr. Edith t ueh an4 Bert Shoemaker
visited with friends at DULahd over Sun- 0
day. *
Mr. and Mrs. Fred 8. Dewey, of West
Palm IBeach, are stopping at Schmidt's
Villa.
Station Agent Hatch is entgrtalhing
his mother, Mrs. Geo. V. Hatch, of Rock-
ledge.
W-Moore Bros. have the best 36-
inch brown sheeting there is in the. mar-
ket at five cents per yard.


Moore Bro&l*
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IW. illeJr. & Co.

SThe Largest and Most Complete Stock e* W
of Drugs in Daytona. Prescriptions com- A
pounded by Registered Pharmacist oy. .

W Perfumery and Toilet Articles,
TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BAL8AM-25 cents a bottle.
Bemh t P P P 'P DATTONA* FO. &RIA.


f JUST RECEIVED
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o Fresh Crackers


O Fresh Cookies
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FOUNTAIN CITY PHARIIACY,


CORNER 'EACH STREET and ORANGE AVENUE,


Has a Select Stock of......


DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,


COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.


Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.


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DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted profleionally dauriag bnhdi
hours; office hours, Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4M80 p. m.



-: SCHMIDT'S VILLA :-
Is located on the Halifax River. It commands. a most attraelk view evray da-
e.tion and no finer location can be found in this vicidity. Dui1 athe eMU At
house has been enlarged by the addition of a wing on he south sde the room ag
single or ensuite. A new dining room has been built on the south sde gii e a
sunny empoure and is light and cheerful. The parlor, office, hal and rotu dhave
been enlarged. Baths and lavatories have been added and evenrthi w Aii An .A -


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The m Smsepeople 5Tntpmt.&!Uin N- iLarir-t raiPth:tr .
@W to gmesaemon to the peto fhr;- mr-
rn~ saveryerroneous one. .C,.-'arrat t 6- 'g-tatr. .*
telfteOsomdt in Cawe ofthe deat 11 CP!
pggnj~w6oo~flvit.there would I,.tic Larr.-t ru tr'-!. n,-'-i n, ;~
SWSoismfwy ui ceed him. Thin -Larz-tc~r-1a~~.:
vowe. asProwionwa made for smtl. t6- w~jrld. 6E-o .a-r'-~.
ansiow sc fer the death of Vic*_ Largs-t 4aipp*ruri. ;. :'-r r~a-`h
pM DwjNgdrfieks. on January 10- w.,tat4* .:nthe -

N opromt Presidnt, Rooot-vIt. wrjrtld.
p.- 4j dieu nsor become a i ar- ,uit rieir,,
gnft4 m di occenna woud to-: &pv-1it intio. u'rid. 35 a
L&1 3 ofState, 2, Seretary iof tbo-Say,. PrfrAoro. kr.StP- I.

uW Oramml;,5. Postmnapter'Gow-nal; u1, a&turm in t ~t.-pri- :.z.. 1. -
duggaw7of the Navy; 7,.Secretaryc .-roj- ah..!a.1 2 i.

t~pw~lbeM~iogl~o the Vif-lrW*I-2fa t~.. rt..' #a&
&W, but to imure a swsv~ion to t h., rpaa.;:v a v-~ at ag-i*- _t :r-.. i.- .

It in ter that therm in now no. Vi..o-- than uuv ,th-.-r :. TI .
Pid~aLWu. P. Frye. of Maine. r*-
dwpro~let pro tern of thu 8.nate Ti, J'lant Sy-te7r, ~' .1h.
rkwuYftel..usthat John Adam?. w& 'firtohr2. r -A ~~ it.
but MVice-Pinsdeut and tsuk----ded ko r 24 n. r ~i., t .,nt:
Ow WabntoaaisePrrnid Dt. Tlsomap. 1.lng.'.II. )
JdramwasViehe.Presideutda ring Prqusi ko.r Fa.i'tL -4
-- tAdam'slterm, and wap ekectoI a,- 11,In ea.v ir, i,, a. .r
%b- or.No other tueKl'r%-ifi.;nT dat4 :


Deem eluead i VboPu'ident in 1832 javk-ort .0 W iiv. w; :.; 1
u~ W & Je I ewho was then Ow~t" Tb- l "0 V ,'*a a.1.
P-u-au lor dohevesond time. -ilkn- wrieandt.] 1i-1~n~-i-.
lb" Om sories-President has tlu*-r ~ : ~ ~rt
to4Peaeldesal.athough fire bar. J-ii-lerj:.n 'anin.T. J.a
bm mlii to Presideutial eares and r* L i~ .~ Ias~i"Tat
sp~~sby des"hof the Pregidento. ~1ae..'~a
il.eNribo a ad Taylor. from Datum!
mddaeLlncoln. Garfield an,' Ik-~ ji r4I~Ii. '- -..
Asao mmmns ndik...i.k-,'lI r:-.-


--- {*[ iar'- .,f ~-hl'i' 1 1. Isr.. 1i.. ..I,:..-.
"We iaa indebted to Mr. G;eorgp Ck-, .. .
6wNortA=K cabbage and lettuce vv,
have ever se grown in Florid'a. Mr
Co is a man offine judgnwnt. and one
I the most ensiessful truckers in the
tate-amdhe inas generous andl lazip-
earted s he bi prooperous Mr. (', .-
boghit his eed from the Old. R-liail.-
emdema.., J.-W. Sutton. wh, liani k-.
outme best Peds to l. had il weakens the body and de-
adapted to Florida. and nake a s-- weakensthebodyandde-
casyof the fnest trains of (Cat.!:.. grades the mind. It saps
tgPlimat. LItture. Onion and Tmniat, the nervous strength that
eed. See display adv-rti-in.ant in is the source of all health,
another column. and perverts the functions
of every organ. Because
FIVE STILL UVE. of its stubborn nature, it is
Soften called incurable. This
Five bl whosa husbands have been is not true. There is one
peei bhte of the United States are yet medicine that never fails to
a9ve, whb but one former prridet check the nervous spasms
S4owr land. The living nd give new strength to
hIleseNMrs. U. Grant. Mrs. Jan- and give new strength to
A. Gafeld. Mrs. Benjamin Harri.on. the entire system.
M. Gwqw Cleveland and Mrs. William "My little iri had epilepsy so bad
that in one day she inhered seTventv-
aKlin ry. Jir. Cleveland i not a oe fits. The doctors ive her up to
imow, and married her husband while die. but I began giving fecr Dr. Miles
_ueine amd now she as perfectly weL
e4im Ommoceepant of the White Homse. It took fvebottlesto effect a cure."
melkY iyt mg woman. iand promises Ma. Am LKwALLxE4,
to be homoMd tthe nation for many SiO5M Spring A&.
y ~t to come. T. Harrison never was
& W t Bome lady, having married9 D
ma HBarriroo maftr. he had become
G- indlesnt. Mrs. Gau4ld and
Maf6mt sm am-roinm old and will :


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i --: ;.-- I-,,r:.- T~.:r .arv- over the fountain jets-tbis. too. with- IH'::- .-'',. friht. ft...
-. .- n.*- -.-- --::*.: -- out aUllowing the salt water of the gulf rat.- a-.nra.:-. prn.t rv.-
-..- ..; -.-: -'-t a:.i .-a fr a to E.LT with t.
..w .---, :,,:; n .-- -,. o-,r.n.. i.:- The source of these submarine foun- p ..--. -"- '. rlr r h..h.
-., -.-- .-... .- !- .;.. :,, talns is thought to be in the ills of 1I, ,-- 77 MILI".,. P
SOsmond 4+.") and GO5 miles away. _- _
-Ing situated at the bottom of the gu.'.
.,Ir .t Is a mystery how tLey werr ever JA. ERICKSON
., .-- :. -:- r.- discovered. but the fact remains that J A*
l.-:,---- :y.. .. --. :,- -.:- .::..: they have benD known since the dawn
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ANIMAL LIFE.

T'e army worm is esmentially a
grass eating insect. though It .-ften j
feeds upon other plants, and is -aid to
prefer oatu to corn.
The malaptecurus. a fish only e:g.t1
Inches long. can develop a shock of -2"'
volts of electric-ty in the two-tbhu-
sandth part of a second.
Several pairs of pigeuns which a set-
entist has observed in Paris have ra:s-
*d their young in nests made eatirely
(f bhairpasm colected on the paths of
the Luxembourg.
TLe largest Lest In the world is built
by tLe ,.unm1 bird, a scrt of Austra-
lian fowL It ,akes mounds svm.-
tim:es 1C.- f-*-t in circumference, in
w--lch 't bLurs its eggs five feet deep.
The- La av--t tlirdi that f!ies is the
great Lus'arL. In s:ze it exceeds tLe
Nc.rwf-"i.a. i ,aj -c':,-k. TLe ol ( 1. n .',-
w a-g a ,* ut Z5 r ,und-I. but wl.-n f -.>i
i. l.nti:ful the ycu- tral, may
we%:_:L 4.' pounds. Great bustards' w.-re
t*,r::;..-ly as plentiful in western
Eur.;.:- as parrridges. N-,w they are
rarely fund.


St. Chriatopher.
The t l '.-.f wa- tl.h t any -ne w.-1
.a-- look-., at a repr- sent.-t:on of St. Chr-
S: -) to: ..- a saf f,:,r that day fro::. an
I --: ev.r .,.a:h. T.,- ai!nt was always p.r-
.. trayrd of co.'ssal s.ze a:., :'s s pat-
Sr.- -- .-'. e-1 at th.e -::trane ,f ,tust SSanih ca-
,..v '. -. .. thedra-s a tLa: n:i may so-- L:.L. Nore ,.,f
. .,. ; t!he zLan.y carved tg-urs .,f tlis sa:ut
S. ,. a rca:.L. n s.ze .-:.p whLch w- i re-
m .vd from N.-:re DLame at Par:s :a

.. It I as sa.d tLat St. Cbristopher's
--- orr;.l ',cuparion was to carry peilt
-.-.,- ':- ar.._- a c'rearn. and the l- tndl is that
4: T---- rnre a cht'd present'-i b:mself to tIe
- n ,x:. conv- ye-d .,ver. At fir-t his weight was
... :--- wL.at n..-ht be expt-c'fd from his In-
- rn':.-'-,-' fant yt-ars, but presently it began to
t'-- it.crase and s.) went ., :I.] the ferry-
S... an was lIke to s.nk u:ndkr L.s 9 ruri::n.
'" The c.Id th'-n sa.d: "*Wonder not. L y
.... friend. I aa Jesus. and ycu Lave the
w :t of t-e Bs.,s of the whole worlI
-, on yur t;." Hence St. CLri-topLer
.. .. s rer .t-..d carrying tLe ir.fant Sav-
,. ur a cr.-s a river wi:a the g:,i,4e in L s
baL:.
St. CLr:st, -pher has an iteresti:rj
ES. place In tLe L.story of typ-;grapLy iu
S~nn.1uxqu-nce of a wood engraving of
Lbs fzire. supposed to te of date about
.. -. 14.'). bt,:L.; the earliest known example
. of tLat art.
-' '*'4.-, -takmown Canada.
i ": t On-tL:rd (of t'e area of Canada is
prac:;ialy unknown. There are more
Sf- .. --. thau 1.2-..'. square Il.ies of unex-
. ... .-... plor. la:.,ds in Canada. The entire
area f tLe Dominon is computed at
3.4~".'.7 square uiles: consequently
:. : -., v one-t...rd of t;hs country has yet been
u-,;ra'.,.-lctf tLe explorer. Exclusive
of tLthe Lospitable detached arctie po-r.
: -. t.ous. Ll.(. square miles are for all
...-. .-: pru.-actial purposes- entirely utikmown.
M.-t of th'.s unk-ow,n Lr'a Is d:s-
tr'.:; d .- "Le- w,-st~-rn L, f of t!he I- o-
S,!n:-L ..:- ; ,.snetra:td bl'x s c-f from
S..,*** .'.'.. squaree r: :i --that is.
ar-a:s ;i l;. e.-e an- tLe sTats.-S f Ohio.
': -" Ka:.-c, N-r N.-w I;L.anl a:. y.-t a
-,a---t p t -aLUI.- *. *>--
ao _* *Majaz:ue.


The L-mvdlul~i'r t)na's* of Grpharp.



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w .1;d a I':-- n--- r,:.

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ast~wr ..r atit It -:- -a watt-r t.*!-.!
t L, 41 L- -"a t sit f-.!rti.l.' cnouz .a
dlrink a:Al I ns t.-C.- rae t. -P pri'-:1.-ajt t.,
wiastv-any 4-f It: :.u.. -ulna''l'.-
t ion -;.1. Li .c-the'LvtrL c,-r x:I u ta: I :i i
oif thti ,--intrv V,, r t ake tmh:.- irs- r'.:,-i-


A Double Runaway.
"TL7 l.a.- a L.W caUmalD t the
R.',rp :.at:. :- -."
"W- at's t-. rrat'r with tt.e ,
one-?"
II- I-_t tl'. horses run awny."
'".1', thLe- run far?"
"Cear out inato the suburb'"
"A.nyb.dy w:th b:m?"
".Y-.s. Mamn-- IrppenbanD-r. S e arl-I
t!e c,.-achman haven't got -a:-k yet."-
C've.land rPain I_-aler.

In a Great Hurry.
Bnr'.am- L: ,],y di that woman keep
y-u stan'-!n: at tLe door f,'r half rn

Mrs. P,4-nLam--S'.- sad she hadn't
t;ue to co:nr in.-Brooklyn Life.


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RUMS ISIUS. HOTTEST PLACE ON EARTH J, f, 3
Wtisn w e _maM J. C. PF__
wboa>oo Lea, n. es lirg for the M ** ^ J. C. FEITW
foutain of perpetual youth. diwovred ottet re on the a rth's W E3lM-I cal l
Florida April 2. 1512. be came ae nar face s on the southwetmo wnt *f
the realiation of the fable as any ex- Perla. ao the -bordler @C t o r n-W w E rrLDAs
plorers will probabiry ver come. For gulL For 40 conseente days Is the
three centuries this early diorered part months of July and August the t -
figudrd v' little in our courtry.s his.- cuy ha Sbeen known to sand abeM
r1d de in littl in our ontr n the shdesd atad -Full suppLy of a kinds ofe ti
toral wortwayth and to rn up as high 130 dMeums appliance and supplies always on hamd.
al worth s t always th firt toIn the a iddleof the afternoon.
show jite4f. Of late. FTorida it x't-i m At Bahrela. In the center of the mato
t-rwelf. The bo-efitt sheb offers arv now torrid belt. as though it were Mture Spec AtUti to MW1h Wo*.
b-inc enjoyed by many whobhav- -uiht intention to make the place as mbear-
in rain for tbomin ele-wr-r-. As a ..aniit.- able as possible, water from wells is n S-amt adg m. Fto.
r'um. .h- haa no equal or no rival. V-ry something unknown. Great shafts have
many mya--P-,^ b -r whb- p.".abi been sunk to a depth of 100, 200 300
and even 500 feet. bat always w1b the
c tngto wrsoamroeagtor t--o water. This sertM- Daytona Ice Co.
-.ndur the -teriou eets f a nrth- rawback notwitha-ft4ing a compeae d*
,-ra and rgr-ous ,-Elimate.and have four- tively numerous popnitiot contrives WM. W I,".s. -Mana er.
:n the ra.:,rp sabi.i. climate- a,] --a to live there, thanks to caplous springs
br-' -f a .-;.-iy reief and '--ft.-n -rna-- which burst forth from the bottom of
n-nt cur. fo,r die-ae. and her- th'i, the gulf more than a mile from the
turned atkTh.-ihadow ,n th-ir d.a i hoe- S
Sin-w -The waterfrom thesesprings P U R E C
-. thi- .-tr of mar-v. '-..T- taLmed in a most curtous and novelP,
hil th tr of ma. manner. "Machadores" (divers), whose
tlnat,-ir. fitin t; work ,f th. d.etr .er sole occupation is that of furnishing i Ma&e1 from Distilk.d Water.
too l-ar'ya.va omp-. 1t a :.:t of the people of Bahrein with the life giv- '
ani arI- *,*:,-l t., -U'- :..:.. "* 'ocraai- ing fluid. repair to that portion of the
natiLr :- T. ti*-f t--. gulf where the springs are situated and
TL-r- i- anot'.-- *.a-- v -.t--a to bring away with them hundreds of
t .tat-.and f..w rof!. -:-t:r to t-ir: bags full of the water each day. The
.., -. -. water of the trulf where the springs
:.,-t a -<. f. burst f-rtb Is nearly 2W0 feet deep. but stagnll Ave e e Ias Alfs
r---t a.. .'at on fr,,:, t --. *.* <,r.rL- these machadores manage to fil their
i ....--.aT. n- : c ,i n: ('O,, r gor goatklin sacks by diving to the bottom
-..,,.-.- T- ..*. a, -. h- ,tr ,x- and holding the mouths of the tags MILL TI:.\NF'ER f'n .


*Good goIW0WA


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lea. UATEN11


It's a&HFlorida.
Why buy imported r'gal. made from heavy topeapl kubeeoaeso, me
and Otbir -Irug'. when iyou can have she PEW FloWMS SOAl*
11-RE BY NAK. TO ANY AUURE.S&


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Pnd -,cmd Eaaiy Dax~y N LYPORT 33ANCI.LtLlh a mm
Only I-only ex Su
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73)p A.4 V;) ~9pIJVI i. 3 T OA&Lv PNlatka A r 4*a6.-Ila U Sp Ifar
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"You can fool all the people some
of the time, and some of the
people all the time; but you
can't fool all the people all the
time."

WE DON'T want you fooled
any of the time.
Low priced paint will always fool you.
It may look well when first put
on but will not last. It costs as
much to put on a poor paint as
it does a good one.

THE

SHERWIN-WIMwLU

PAINTS
are made to fool no one. They
are honest Paints for honest peo.
ple. They cover most, look best,
wear longest, are most economi-
cal, and always full measure.
BOLD BY
Bingham & Maley.


... N. AX MATEt BRANCH. -ti
DaLy ra .a .. 0 .. ...... r

, OR.'IE *LTY Daiy Da y SANWFOD LANJC.
BRA H BBA & C --
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Thae~ Tim. Tsble" *h )wr he rtn"* at which trains may be ez to se al dlt.
fprrm Itn rertl sti. but th.ir amrrval or denawte at the ta aft t-
teed. n -r d.ei thne C. i-pany hold iteif responsible for eay delay or may e-eq s-.
ing Ih-r from.
rismNSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
STEARSHIP CONNECTIONS AT IAJL
BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
I.-- tMarn:MXndaya and Fridays 10 5 pa Lw Bata Wedb.a
A-. r K-.- W.-T Tue-s. and Saturdiysa 1 pm ArrtW Wa.eLM& ..... W w
..Nv. K Wes-,Tu.--. and ays -n.. 7SS>dp LaPm .&.r Wmdan SUM.......
.Ar.-.- Harana W.-l. and Monday, 530aam Arrmnvo rinml ail mp d ... am
For copy of local time card addrem any AgeLt.
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Luwu swuNo

Ecamisw bupU, 51. Lm, asasif. i

AND ALL POITs BAr S AND waUsr.

NO OTHEt LINE APFPORDa SERVICE LIJKB T"HUI
THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS

AND THE U. S. FAST MAIL
To t*h Be t an4d North.
THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED
To the we ot end SortthVt. q.
The line through .The Land of the Sky." Asievlle, Ht
Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Sectiem In tin
World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to
Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carnlla.

cht 0f 1m 0 pajg cam p9 M l. M B. o. .
Thr.-gh Vestibuled Trains, Pallman Drawiag-room ep, Cm, Throegh
Coaches. Excellent Dining Car Service.
Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Coasectio with
the Plant System from Jackasorille.
For Rato. Schedules and InformaUoa. eal om or addreM
W T. COSBY, Traveling Pnsenger Agent. 1 W. Bay S8.. JAC SONVILLB, ILA.
s H. HARDWI(K General PaisengerAgt., W.H. TAYLOI. AWLst. Ga.Pa Agt.,
WAAil NGTON. D.hC. ATLANTA. GA.
April 25th, 19o0.


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mf in awitbout tie um to
or qwar. andt41.00 for osmapi
by sma&
'Ai'3WJ''WANTED INmEVE~RY
COUNTY.
J. B. SUTTON, Seedemoan,

ovalbommotioe in another column.


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4 PERSONALITIES.
11 1 Ma1t D the only m N-
AMt S*CteM tt e1e1es and aistatm of
Sow. in a resident of a little
Isn Mldgm
a ater Petten of Alabama always
a briBIart red bandanna, the
0 4 lS ,y seen In the senate
M the days of Thrman.
Mr. Jams Maclver, the librarian of
Rh mable Soieety of the King's
w. Dublin. who died recently, was
41Mof ttea mat accomplished men of
S plemut gemeation.
The wvl of the late C. P. Hunting-
~0 08daaes that the only property be-
to hit l San Francisco was a
InM4WIge iterest tIn seal property In
so vlue of a$1100.
Smater HBana's regular appearance
m1e ftw day with a pink carnation in
hk im butt-Iale recaDe the mame habit
St the late 1ea0ter Brice, who always
u s, hi favorite Bower.
a. l Ar MAlzadre Alberto da Rocha
i*pa Plnteo the African explorer. is
S0aum. He was born April 30. 1846, and
1% largely to ontemporneous
Ibti.a of African geography.
The mar of Ruasi has rewarded the
hgayielasn Ia attendance upon him by
amrring upoa Dr. Hirsch the order
of Aleander-Newaki and by luaking
I. I eagWr Popoff his body physician
and Dr. T i okonoff honorary medical
**olmer.
Dr. 8. Hoeptaer, a well known con-
p1ting engineer and chemist of Cana-
4 who died the other day in Denver,
Van the Inventor of an electrolytic
Samemt of refractory ores which is
i me In many smelters in this coun-
V.y and Europe.
GeeMral Michael J. Bulger. who died
g 0th er day at Dadeville. Ala.. was
the eMeat Uving Confederate veteran.
b flag years of age. He led the fight
G~ secesslon at the famous Mont-
g unry eomvention and when defeated
S Agei hisa sword to the south.
S' "Whbt," of the Paris Figaro. who
er ma.ny years signed remarkable
i Artles e general European politics,
In dead. The bearer of the pseudonym
S1L M. Jules Valfrey. who left the dip-
IItie careeer after the tall of the DI
bMI.S mintetry In 1877.
Gtf Animon. who will shortly mar-
r' &a ft OCM g Beresford. sister of
the Marqtis of Waterford. has for
me years been ranching In Texas.
After the marrage the young couple
wl goto Texas to make their home.
Mr. Am s a younger brother of thin
_art of LUehAeld and Is now 30 years
eid.


Ju L Uke yre' Apple.
A fruit supposed to bear the mark of
Eve's teeth is one of the many botani-
Cal cUrosrltles of Ceylon. The tree on
which It grows is known by the slgnifi-
cant name of "the forbidden fruit." or
"Eve's apple tree."
The blossom baa a very pleasant
wcent, but the really remarkable fea-
ture of the tree, the one to which It
owes Its name, ls the fruit it Is beau-
tiful and hangs from the tree In a pe-
collar manner.
Orange on the outside and deep crim-
ason within, each fruit has the appear-
ance of haring had a piece bitten out
of It This fact, together with its pol-
sonous quality, led the lohammedans
to represent It as the forbidden fruit of
the garden of Eden and to warn men
against its noxious properties.
The mark upon the fruit is attributed
to Eve. Why the bite of Adam did not
also leave Its mark Is not known, but
*as only one piece seems to be missing
Its loss Is ascribed to the woman.-
Youth's Companion.
mmka RDeedy P or mergemenlee.
To meet sudden and unexpected de-
maods upon banks a large sum is
kept ready for use. The average large
bank-say with total assets of $20.000.-
000-ia prepared by four lines of de-
fense to resist sudden attack. In the
vault or safe about $500,000 In bank
bills is always on band. back of that is
a cash reserve of perhaps $1,500.tM de-
posited In various business banks sub-
ject to instant call, back of that again
is perhaps $8,000.000 in United States
and other gilt edged securities inute-
diately marketable, and the fourth and
last line of defense and to be retired
upon only In extreme distress Is $;.000.-
000 or $8.000.000 in bonds and mort-
gages, on which the mortgagers will be
hurriedly called to make a payment otn
account If the bank is pushed to ex-
tremltles. With such resources dis-
aster would seem Impossible. thoug-h It
has come to the best fortiLied institu-
tions.- Book keeper.


mearmeat to a Pig.
No stranger monument ever existed
than that which was erected at the
Hotel de Ville by the inhabitants of
Luneburg. In Hanover, In honor of a
pig. This, which took the form of a
kind of mausoleum, contained a large
glass case In which was hermetically
Inclosed a fine ham cut from the ani-
mal whose memory was to be handed
down to posterity. Above was a hand-
some slab of marble, on which, en-
graved In letters of gold, was the fol-
lowing Inscription In Latin: "P'assers-
by, contemplate here the mortal re-
mains of the pig which acquired for
itself Imperishable glory by the dis-
covery of the salt springs of Luue-
burg."
Chasired HBI Tame.
It Is said that when President Polk
1..itAd ~ toan i he a inlnressivelv re-


:0ePorlorunige W I

Mr. Alien Troweil im vis.itingcMr. .1. it.

Frank Sj'nrkniat Gir~el iV ve'r toolDe-
Land thim .vt4k.
Thie Port O range H otel ri-Nejv.-4Ia 4-ar
loiadi01411this week..
Mlrs. Va it 1mad41 vliildtivu ret urinei
Am iday~ 111 vii t ag her parn~ .hts
10INA) td.
Mrs.i Faiar awl theiI chVaitidren lefit fti-I a
It ill 'Itine l.'V1 41ti' % M IS ,IiI f 1 liI1' l
M r.I ). i 3atign *- fieb iI md141 her daughlter.

toonele t''jiOt'l.t i Iittle.
Oi ait.. Ale mtt~iidi tiil hitiily returnted
to their 114 iii- iIt L ake WPrrcut4 'ir. Wet
were N4 irrtoo14' i;,vi- I liti ion vv.
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T h( i s isfit tit a r-:I i -I- t Iit s %%,q ,ft1.k
wein ell t lyIl l 1tIwiplil *No t w ie111111 I 4. lt-i


Inequality in the pI,\we.r of th notes (of
a scale when it Is pl:Aiyed very fast ianl
equally as r'tard-s tii'. In a gaood
mechanism tin aitl is inot to play ev-
erything with all kili.tl s-oin1. lint to
acquire a beautiful quality of touwh
and a perfect ~uMling.
"For a long title players liihve acted
against nature inll seeking to give eitutal
power to each tli iur. )n lithe cnr:try.
each ting'- r sliout;l liv-tit i a appropriate
part assigned it. Tl'l.i, thin li hls tel
greatest powvir., bing ihe tlhiikest tin-
ger and the freest. 'Then comes tlie' lit-
tle iticer. at tl. ,ito i'r (extrent it y of tlii
hand. The niiildie finger Is the nain
support of the hand aind is assisted liy
the first. Finally comes tile third. the


Whe ex-President Kruger was in celved at Faneull Hall market. The waestt oSin.
Pars sme of his warmest admirers clerk walked In front of him down the "Afingerto this i
W the swing girls, who n1-4 to ,length of the market announcing in finger some
ter erhis window r.nd cheer loud tones: "Make way, gentlemen, for all their might
da window rod c the president of the United States. he a thing impossl
O ea their way to work. Kruger's the president of the United States. The necessary. The
Wiai t gift to Queen Wilhelmina will president of the United States! Fellow ent qeces altlhe
-be a thible engraved with thbe figures citizens, make room Ifere several tin
of a I mber of these seamstresses at The chief had stepped into one of the are several fif
wthe wmt. stalls to look at some game, when the utilize the differ
clerk turned round suddenly aid. rind- WorI. is the a
THE TROTTING CIRCUIT. g himself alone, suddenly changed ker's "Chopin.
THE TROTTING IRCUIT his tone and exclaimed:My gracious!
The ylitgr piacer Gorlon Where has that darned idiot got to?"
PiMe w 2b tralbed at Lima. 0. The follies of youth are drafts on old thetenotheall
tweo 2me tracks nibe pripard for age, the payment of which Is impera-
Os half *cle tracks twxt year r t o tive.-Chicago News. \V '.,.-S.
g O b ho bet Sbetrr. Warren. 0 O.*r and A rL
he fastest horse owned at Jones The eye of an educated person aver- (,,n,. in lthi- ,.>n
V e, Mich., is Johnny C. 2:itAj. Im age s 2,500 mIle of reading In a life- SenI ati-l ,i
t. tis gelding has shown a trial ages500 miles oltlf reading In life-
time.\eto\2.4 *t li vI -il'.s-
Whe 'Gratt the 3-yeas pd son of aimlln's solioqur. *'\1" '', .; liI Ih
Gattaa. 2:13, took a record of 2:19% at Hamlin (standing before the tattooed ,,.h \V,,hl .. :
311la Kan hbe was driven by a blky man In the dime museum)-Heavensf, ll.' ;.,Illrt
Mfta had never driven in a race before. how that fellow must suffer if he ever ih I5,'.t-.Itl.',I
J. T. Deardoff, Franklin. 0.. whio gets the JmfJamt-m-StmarteL :elt;'e, .4 ,i I|il,
M a ew record of 2:14A to Nicholas Ithemjams!-SmartSet
Sthme past ason, thinks the horse a
em anadidete for the 2:10 list of 01. W E O THIS W E K
baule M., 2:20%. Is a new addition IJ.FR TlL WE K
ID th Clereland matinee brigade and
US be drives by M. A. Bradley. She M ,ens 2..1 0 -. h.s tI .............................................
iAk her record In the fourth heat of Laduies 2..1 sh-. .- fto'....... ...................... .
: 2M ela trotting, at Marysville. I yIv. 2.2 sh f .................... ......................... .
O ILt. 4 Ioys 2.4 t) shirt frn...................................... ......
Miley Pointer, 2.O8%. Is now the .qe at.nd irls 2.00 -l..> t fiorii.............................
plrty of W. H.I Anderson. Kempt- Itra.ded silk hantlr'hietf. ...............................
S il. d will be driven by W.the only Turkish bat towels oac. ..................................
& --- "t. $jipP eR to bpe tl e on all l V l .>d wom ...................
'- who can manage this rather vl- M md ti i t .............
j 0lAt1 l .dies V .sts "AA t 1......... .................................................
Dr. Mitchell Walter. South Bethle- '-ll t -v ,'- a-
l f, Pa., wil breed his pacing mare where. Just n .-eeiivtl a h.iipm.nl t i ,if hanIkru'hif-. ....
9 wP tNettle. 2:18. to Allori. by Aller- and t lool suil|pli.s. tVill hli;t. avn, lh.er .hi|lmenlt ,' i '
c7 c tlag 3 years old. by Boreal. Pierre llicy.e1- 1 snl di'rie-,. lairit.
bI I CyUle 100, that is entered In"
i -worth of f ritiles.-Horseman.
n ban-mo. Smith&
Li; We a headesme wagon." 111 & 1&1


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Am h r M of the rose,

W eavs mheinb m that blows.
HM -wb -t grm of Gower@
71oW pluamen

-By request.
Last wk, whie our nation reverently
hbed It hbed i saorrowing grief for
thN la-m la gust amhgood lie, so rutL-
S I at nmdd away in f UlaMes of
bleVade hImor, 'th st strand that the
bh t was too 1 lor utterasee, and the
Pa niami to write.
PaMdi to note that Mr. Eno's house
hb nw wamof quite a changed ap-
poa.,decidedly lor the better, having
bem seled th owghout and verandas
avit bas addi o, the south and
*wet exposm s. We are always glad to
waesmsessh embaterprising and sociable
ihTe. HBe's to his health! May
he and Smiy live long and prosper well.

Be4ime ha again come, and we
learm thatamey four iadustrious neigh-
bos e dga g and grubbing, quite
dbnawyb, puIparatory to planting early
nr- potato lor winter se.
Bal a doaemor more of the young peo-
ple dthe hamlet, will soon again turn
h-er laes toward the Daytona High


eow to Kttom a Cont*. Called Lorillard''a Sla.
The art of properly buttoning a coat Heavy bettor as he was, Pierre Lorfl-
--a4ny coat-ia, do It the other way. lard once met his match when be ran
That s to say that nine out of every up against gray bearded James E.
te of us button our coats the wrong Kelly. who Introduced bookmaking Into
way. We commence with the topmost this country. It was nearly a genera-
buttoo when we should commence with tion ago and at Jerome park. Kelly
the bottommost. was laying 2' to 1 against one of
The frailest portion of a coat. In re- Lorillard's horses in a big stake event.
spect to abape retaining qualities-no The news went to Mr. Lorillard, seated
matter bow well made-Is the region of I in his coach on the clubhouse lawn.
collar and lapels. The swagger mer- "I'll just take a little of the conceit
ehant tailor always cautions his cus- out of that sawed off Irishman." said
tomer to "wear it buttoned a few days Lorillard to Wright Sanford. Newbold
so that the collar may set properly." Morris. John Hunter and a few other
Then, this admitted. It follows that congenial spirits. They started for the
tag and strains affecting this part of ring together.
the garment tend to destroy its sym- "I'll lay $10,000 on my horse at that
metry. Drawing the cost together by price, Kelly." said Mr. Lorillard in his
the top button and buttonhole for the princely fashion, expecting to see Kelly
purpose of fastening exerts a pull all wilt and refuse to take the wager.
around the shoulders and neck region. "Certainly. Mr. Lorillard." Then
which, by repetition. In time will give turning to his sheet writer. Kelly said:
the smartest coat a hang dog appear- "$25,000 against $10.000, Pierre loril-
aacs.-Chaet lard." Quickly be turned to tl:e to-
bacco magnate with a polite "Much
S de ** n atetees obliged to you, Mr. Lorillard; very
She-I can't make out bow it is that much obliged. Would you or your
Mrs. Wise has abfish for nearly every friends care to bet another $10.000 at
me It can't be for economy's sake, the same odds? Should be delighted
for she must be fairly well off. to accommodate you."
He--be has a large family of un- "What a nerve:" was all Mr. Lorll-
married daughters, you know. lard could say as he turned on his heel
She-Now. don't be nasty and say and walked away.
something about girls and their brains. Jimmy Kelly won the bet. for Lor-
That's so old. Illard's horse was beaten.-New York
He-Oh, no. I hadn't the slightest In- Times.
'entlon of doing sot
Sbe--Well can't you tell me? sober Sees&d Thougat.
He-I don't know, I'm sure. unless "I th"'ght I was riding Into office on
tt's because fish are rich In phosphorus. a wave bf popular enthusiasm!"
She--I don't see what that has to do "Yes?"
with IL "But after I'd paid the bills I felt as
He--Perhaps not. but still It's good itf I'd footed It In. so to speak."-De-
for making matches. trolt JournaL


efool, to obain that which io more
pr-i theagold. Seete Thrift.
The city council of Auckland placed a
W e islta br homeward last Satur- price on the bead of every rat in the
dayeufmiag. Mr. Pacetti, riding peace- city. and a grocer's boy became a per-
a~yaoag, was startled and not a little feet Nimnrod and slew about 30. At the
atemd, to behold a large rattler coiling risk of contracting the plague he car-
to sk, at hi wheel. First thoughts red his dead along. obtained the scalp
.- e .a-_ 8_ ow-o- mone- y and came back Jubilant to his
always bst-a somow-he n aster and told him how much he had
ld he would rather be a living cow- made. he master cast upon him aun
aidtaa a dA hIero. eye of Aberdeen gray. and then re-i
marked quietly. "Weel, weel. yell just
alters la of oldg years. andst when pay the money to our cashier, for ye
O irs o e b OIWYewa.s- and whet ken the rats is mine. uot yours."-Syd
NMi. a of St. Augustine. came sey Bulletin.
quate ptidty o n the excursion last
ws*kto MrL. Me)oy's. there was joy on TIe* Dietonary.
ath id a. Mrs. uankin. also a f-end1 if Iyou want to tk. really Interested.
i Mr. u Ms. T'oman Wetherel, I_ read ibe dictionary. It will tell you
R- oly Hoill as the home ofI how very badly other people spell our
I "L' y In heear -tue. language and. IncidentaUly. what a tiny
iaaf e tear ture. ecpful of words we each dip up out of
M. Wim' w IM i pro It ocesn.-Minaeapolls Times.
baty. If HoyBillAmst needs be ----
1MAl W sahald not it (the fame) Whites. ream Vrifug is
a t~ el ofla ebe? Our little bamnle. and will ren- move ev-ry tr u
Vob abado the proud possessor of It i also a tonic. an lby its strengthe.ln-
qate a *5 aing properties will r-store to pale sijeeks
the roev hue of health. Prive 2.3 tt.
Lira .. **. ii.. r k .


One Kansas law says the personal
property of a dead man. when not
claimed by relatives, shall be sold at
auction.
Prudence Is common sense well
trained In the a. of manner, of di.s
triminatictn and of address.
Milk and Water.
"Pa." said iittl \V;e;.. "why do they
speak of the 'inilk in the cocoanut?'
It's more like water."
"Exactly." replied Mr. Citirman.
"And that's why they call it milk. very
probably."-Philaidelph lia Record.
What has become of the old fashion.
ed child that cried so hard that It held
Its brcat b?-Atchlison Globe.
Whales are never found In the guir
stream.
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WHY SOME WOMEN FELL IN LOVE
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If there Is one question more than -
another to which it is difficult to get or
give a satisfactory answer it to surely 0
this: "Why did you fall In love with to
your husband '?" In 19 cases out of 2011
ly that she did not know or else she
would declare conclusively that she
did because she did, and that ought to b o
end the matter. 0
In the rare cases where the lady con- 0
descends to declare her reason the an- 9 8
swers are both Interesting and in- I
structive. I j
"Whatever made you marry the pris- P
oner?" a London magistrate asked a
woman whose face bore "striking" evi-
deuce of her husband's affection. "Be.-
cause be punched all the other fellows' ] B GlB V
beads." she answered, "and nobody S ARI PT o A P *I
else dared make love to me." NIEV YEARS OLD. .
Another good lady confessed that she WIg CELEBBATED WNE is t pet We
fell In love with her husband because i ot me Oporto oGrpe. ruiud i Sp
be was the "only man who ever dared -srA"d^Untl laedao
to snub her." While other men were Twoe a arsemaitheamm gropeeirsee
stumbling over each other to pay her 1 irp midby myo therwmsain .weldi.
court and attention, he always treated UneroMr. -Is^ =s isown
her with absolute Indifference and even 'pw oy tib
rudeness. ldw a a tI ---lih
The consequence was that she de- theaeddebhMitatalndthw kewIIn. wyr
termined to bring him to her feet and "o, tk .n MTBE AW nMD O
his knees. She succeeded, but lost er M. J.. is ovwtecork of mch boUlk)
heart in the attempt. i Speer's (Socialite) Claret
"I fell In love with my bhus d I hld to high etnmatiofora richams aDry
one lady recently dechlared. "bu e Tab Winem. peeaUy alted for dimmer use.
he was the only man about wb no Speer's P.J. Sherry
one was ever beard to say an Ind s a w of Sapeo Character ad partakeat
word. Even the women. althou be d** qual a e from which I is
paid them no special attention, ere Seer's ** Climax Braady
agreed that be was 'a darling;' an& al- 8APURE dtailioa of th
though be was plain, almost to ugil- u i in Umsimtoomnuy for m=l u--
ness. and old enough almost to be my A" g0 al40eIJ r sp sCt0 ft i
father. I loved him and determined to tohgutuIed.
marry bhi long before he had any SOLD BT DRUOGISTS ANDGROCESB WHO
such thought of me." l. KEEP FIST CLASS WINEIC
Not long ago a Yorkshire lady ot
wealth and beauty shocked her friends Tk T A I T W'KT


Sby marrying a poor cripple. It bad
come to her ears that be had long lov-
ed her in silence and had counted each
day happy if be only caught a distant
gUmpse of her. She discovered that
he was a devoted son and brother and
a man of unusual gifts and culture for
his humble position, and. moved by
one of those sudden, generous Im-
pulses to which some women are lia-
ble, she sought an interview with him,
told him that she had learned his se-
cret and offered him her hand and for-
tune. This may appear a strange and
Improbable thing, but thousands know
that it Is literally true.
Another lady whose marriage result.
ed from a similar impulse gives this
explanation of It. Among the friends
of her family was an old bachelor with
a reputation for crustiness who had
known her from a child and had often
nursed her in early days. To her be
had always been gentle and kind, and
she had loved him "in a way" as long
as she could remember.
One day she said. "Why have you
never married. Mr. --?"
"Marry, my dear? Why, no one
would ever marry a grumpy old man
like me!"
"Of course they would!" she answer-
ed indignantly. "Why, I would marry
you myself!"
"Thank you. my dear!" came the un-
expected answer. "Then we'll consider
the matter ended."
In spite f her surprise and misgiv-
ings the girl loyally kept her promise,
and she has never had reason to regret
her "moment's Indiscretion."
A lady friend of the writer married
her husband for the very illogical rea-
son that he was an avowed woman
hater. He made no secret of his aver-
sion to the fair sex and declure-d it so


constantly that. as she bays. "I vowed i
I would convert him and make him
change his mind, at least so far as one
of my sex was concerned." lie was
not difficult to convert, for within 12
months he had forsworn his creed so
far as to conduct one of the "hated
sex" to the altar, and now be declares
that be "loves them all."-Tit-Bits.
The Home of Erhoee.
Many valleys described In gulde-
books as whisperingg valleys" art, fa-
vorite resorts for tourists in all.parts
of the world. Few. however. exceed in
wonder a valley at S':anstiel In KEs
sex. England. The rector of this par-
Ish in giving a careful account of his
own experiences states that his house
stands on a hill 82 feet above s.
level, rising in rear to :t<3 fr.et. hiil,
in front the ground slotsi -away to n
stream 100 feet l. Ilow and a:;:in rinsos
IbU feet on tbe uoljloltt sitih. From
the rectory the tlill' of 14 or 15 vil-
lages may be distiunguishei. while
across the valley footsteps andi voices
In conversational tone way I#- heard
at half a mile.


Doemesle Joye.
Meeks-M3y wife prefers coffee for
breakfast and I prefer tea.


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Horshoeing
Blacksmithing
and Repairing

At Foot of North Bridl e.
12 Daytoina. Florida.

Thompson, S. Tai..o.
1 igh I;Iradsl Tailring a Sloeialty.
Siuit. iiadeilr tipo orlr fo, r $18 and
uiip; l'ant.- for 4 a;inl upwards.
Cleaning and Repairing at Reasoeable Rat"
('otitag. A\v*..'r.-.a;r of I'ity ilotl.
AVTO\. FI.O IA.

P. C. COUNT,
BOOT ANI SIOF.MAKER.
AIWlepairing neatly done. Cottage
Ave., near Beach It., Daytona, Fla.

Foley's Honey -a Tar

Foley's Kidney CmQe
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MimkKB ^^^^BEr 04f~ J^ble^Bup Sw*0H


OCEAN HOUSE,
F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
Rates: *2 ,.tl I ',w:,rdl; SlNi.ial to
I1.aiu lar B.a orders.


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The Atlantic Coast Line, via Chartemton, RieBi
and Washington.
The Souther Railway, via Savannah, Coluambi
Washington.


-e- The Southerm Ry. via Jessp, Atlata and ChMttaa
TO THE The Louisville & Nashville via ont0nm.
mThe m Routhen Ry.ia 8avmmab,CoDtmb, Adrvft
The Moe & Ohio RB. Lia Montgomery.


TO THE East


Via Savannah and Oean Steamship compaWy *'
New York, Philadelphia and Boston.
Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Traamw.
station company for Baltimore.


TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA, 4
VIA PENINSULAR and OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO
To Nova wSco s, Cape Brtoe and Primes Edwars ed Vit Boston and .oC
ada. Atlan.ic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury ad C( -
lottestown.

WINTER TOURIST TICKETS
will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern 8tabte
all Florida soorts via the Plant System during the season 1900-1901 limited
return until May 31lt. with liberal astop-over privileges in Florida&
Addreme of larti.s in the North sent to the underaigned will tbeo ft
supplied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rate,m.lleping car neervations, etc, call on, or wuit* t.
F. M. JOLLY. Division I'assenger Agent. 138 West Bay St., Jaclpiomvilh, oWhig


W. B. DJENHAM. lieneral superintendent,
Savallnjol, Ga.


B. W. WRENN, Pasm. Trae Msla
Savannah, Ga.


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Western & Atlantic Railroad.


DIXIEE FLYER ROUTE"
DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTIONS, WITH THROUGH TRAINS TO
NASHVILLE,
MEMPHIS.
LOUISVILLE,
CINCINNATI
and CHICAGO


C"Irryiu tatni hPllian IVedibuked
Louis wit~oul -change.


Buffet Sleepers Jackuom vn&a
Choice of Route*.9


For information relative to rates, schedule, etc., or for sleeper reservations, wi
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Paws Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pams.WA l.
Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
H. F. SMITH, Traffic Manger, Nashville, Tenn.


DaLy S~ami


Pai-America.


Exposition,


Buffalo, N. Y,


May i to November i, igoi.

The Seaboard Air Line

SRailway

Offers low excursion rates from all Florida
points. Tickets on sale daily. Rates frOM
acsonville $42.30 and $42.95. CorrespondinK
low rates from other points.

Double Daily Service, including Sunday via
Richmond and Washington.

Quick Schedules.


Latest Pullman Fquipment.
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meet pa-enoSr at depot ia JnckwoUvi or my odEi. UM W* h0 SieLst D. O W 1a1
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