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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: November 2, 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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Volume ID: VID00408
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THtIE DAYTONA


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lry Qocks
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SA Bird Cages sad l
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Sappbes Window Shade asks
Toy Notiones


Nys and Wie IcOl s always fresh. 8ewing machine for sale,
>, sad inpd. AlU ort of toobamd ack y repaid promptly.
......Pictre Frames Made to Order ......


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SMPEER FELLWS.
bq maer zaaquserfllows. Much
I tha thegmeral public eupposs.
aoI kow oltm the quesor
whether the m s a pl aid up

b o the afualtieb he is tern Utime
labte to have a favor extemnied,
'~gh a mgati easawer wis
1d aragev editor or pub-e
mtar y loves to have his beck
andd thae he loves justs much
someone's ehe bac k a little
hmndw, whenever an opptwdaty ,
ma otea he hantl for the oppor-I
tdiht Mart. It's a poor news-
miwh odonotlnve to do his
a good turn ahrlways. Moral
oi r your toeal paper if you
t bet ia theewim.

L he L A am-mam.
is to style that amre so much
i to our hate. They are ash-
alter the d atest Paris modelr, and
Jst arrm ed-some from New York
ImM fxrom Chicago. It's not the

our prices are lower than aay
Smake for the ame quality.
r Ms. J. A. DovULAts.

Th live baiaem man in always ready
SmadW let live." He knows that
belpbibbmixess and is not
b about patroniug his home paper.
Smost. enterpriing merchants of Day-
advertise in the GAssvn News.

lGl o. H. Clark's new china and
ae certainly worth seeing.
and make your choice before the
wmepisms amre gone.

L dl semsom is sow open and the
will soon commence.







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ANOTHER FLORIDA SENSATION.

Poae de Leon. w not the only per-
Ron ia Florida that believed in perpetual
yOUth. Helem Wlhman-Post, whose r
eat arnst has eased a national aenas-
tion, believes that she will never die.
She, however, has a rival down in Lee
county.
At the little town of Estero is a man
named Teed who claims to be the per-
sonircation of JesuM Christ. He also
claims that the Grim Reaper will never
elaim him as a victim. He is t
founder of a cult that he calls "Kore-
shaity," and it is alleged that he re-
quires his dupes to worship him in
dhabsme costume.
He styles himself "Master" of "Kor.-
shaaity; being possemed of great hynopic
power itis said that he has his dupes
completely under control. _
Teed was a few yea a backwoods
in the state of New ork. In the prac-
tice of medicine has not very succese-
full, and the ducks not flowing in fwrely
enough he oon(c ed the idea of founding
"Korehanity." So calling a few wild-
eyed men and emotional women together
he related to them his wonderful
"Illumination from Heaven."
Teed persuades his victims togive them
all the property they poseses, and then
half starves them. He tells the victims
that ifthey believe implicitly in hi "faith'"
they will lire forever, and that a grave
yard will be of no use to the colony. He
evidently fails, however, to imbibe faith
enough into his followers, an a number
of them have already died in the little
Florida colony.
He claims that a woman that will not
kins him is still Impure and will not lead
an everlasting life. A number of women
have escaped from the place and pro-
nounce it a veritable harem.
It is alleged that the rascality of the
man would fill a volume, but as the
eitiens of the community in which his
"heaven" is located are about to take
the matter in hand, it is likely that our
balmy climate will prove too warm jor
him.
LAuech feorBnie at a 3tafatn.

30 foot, glass enclosed, naptha launch
Orville. Seven foot beam, six-horse en-
gine, built by Gas Engine & Power Co..
of Morris Heights. New York; guaran-
teed to be in first-clans order, almost
new. For terms, etc., appy to
PTACR NELSON.
Or Tituaville, Fla.
A. M. PKLLETT, Daytona, Fla. tf


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ENEMIES TO OYSTERS.


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L elston
Irakfst Food

offfl foo4 e.


IL. CoI. Acm d a t .
Pbtomr' Goods fresh from the
Mills.
hnaoas' Rolled Oats, per

a ..tia' B.eesa.sat Food, .. 5

=-fWheat. Flour, per
ISh a. k s
wtralmed Hony, per 60c

bw Strained Honey, per Jf

a poo r our when you can
Ballard's Obelisk, the best
made?
pemud sacks........................35c
a .. 70 .
.|Ei q I ..f...........$2.75
r .................... .... 5.2
A. x AND Fsa.muKuss.



Pr T anaman A n fl


"One of the most curious things I have
observed lately is thefearful attack which
is being made on the oysters in Bayou
Cook," said an oysterman, "and it goes
to show that the oyster may be attacked
and destroyed, whether he opens his
shell or not. Conchs have been known
to bore holes in the shells of oysters and
to destroy them in this way. Conchs
are capable of doing this because of the
sise and strength of these creatures; the
ae and sige of the oyster make but little
dierense. Oysters live six or seven
years, according to the most conserva-
tive estimates, and they weigh anywhere
from oe-halfan ounce to eight ounces, or
oce-half a pound; but even the more ma-
tare sad more hardened members of the
oyster family may be attacked sue
fully by thecoach, and the means of a
tack are simply a boring process. Tle
oyster is sucked through the hole in the
shell, and the shell is left empty.
"But the case in mind, with particular
reference to Bayou Cook, shows that the
snail. probably a degenerate conch, has
earned a few things himself. He has
probably inherited the habit from hisi
early progenitors. At any rate, I
knows how to bore a hole in the oyster
shell, and according to the luggermen,
who uee the tongs in this Bayou, the
SMiae have been weeding out the supply
somewhat, and it is not uncommon for
the oyermen toyank up a grab full of
empty shelK, which have been bored by
as, Saaile ar are unusually numerous
at this point, and they have been unusu-
an,, .a.ivs. iudring from the injury


J. E. Rush and bride arrived in Day-
tona Wednesday aft-rnoon. They went/
from Michigan to New York and canpv
down on the Clyde steamer to Jackson-
ville. They were married nt Traverte
City, Mich.. Thursday of last week, i1.
stead of Wednesday. as we stated last'
issue.
Frits Linderman was arrested at Or-
mond one day last week by United States
Marshal McCormkik, for disposing of
"tamri water" without contributing the
necessary license fee of twenty-five dol-
larse to the government. Fritz was
placed under bonds of $250 to appear at
the December term of the United States
court for trial.
r. M. Jones has his stock of drugs
moved into the Weaver building next to
the GAZoTT-Nzws building anmi is now
ready to give his patrons the attention
and courtesy which the doctor is noted
for. He carries a complete stock of the
choicest and freshest drugs and every-
thing else usually kept in stock by a
first class drug store.
"'James Gresham, of Brooklyn, was in
the city Sunday and Monday. Mr.
Gresham is not a stranger to Florida.
He says that he at one time owned a
great part of the land where Daytona is
now situated. This was shortly after
the Civil War. He in now a very prom-
inent chemist and has invented a new
explosive that is male principally from
bran combined with chemicals which
has an explosive force much greater than
nitro-glycerine and bids fair to suwceed


Sheriff Turner was over from DeLand Meal meal for your poultry at


Thursday.


Ruah's.


gW Boy's suits at Moore Bros., from Mrs. G. F. Shear returned from her
50 cents up. northern visit yesterday.


tE


W. J. Bethel was called to Crescent City
lnst week by the death of his mother,
which occurred at that place Thursday
,iflast week. She was 65 years of ag
n.1114. ono of the most highly respected resi-
dents of that community. The funeral
Took llace Friday and Mr. Bethel re-
turned home Sunday.
C. I. Burgees, who makes his head-
quarters at the Stanley House, is still
the champion fisherman of the commu-
nity. Thursday he went over to the
ocean pier and landed a 33-pound bass,
the second largest bass ever caught here.
Last year he caught an 800-pound
shark. Since his coming this season he
has cought a number of shark and ever
so many bass.
one day last week boys were caught
appropriating fruit in an orange grove
at Oriond. The boys evidently had not
had time to have got in their work when
discovered, as one had but one and the
ot her two oranges. The parents of the
boys kept their sons out of the meshes of
the law by paying the owner of the
grove fifty cents apiece for the oranges'
th-e boys had picked.
W'rCall and inspect the elaborate
styles of millinery at Mrs. E. B. Moore's
millinery parlors.


Thursday night was All Halloween,
the night when ghosts walk, and the
festive small boys cut up all kinds of
curious antics. The boys started out in
a hand early in the evening, but before
they had accomplished a great deal of


OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

Thelma to-night.
Winter visitors are coming.
M. M. Godwin was a Jacksonville visi-
tor Tuesday.
Don't fail to see Thelma at the Opera
hooe to-night.
Mrs. L. H. White is entertaining Miss
Vernon, of Virginia.
WWAwrx-To bay a large office
safe; call at Holly Inn.
J. Francis, the Ormond merchant, was,
in Daytona last Sunday.
W'rNew books at Clark's jewelry and
stationery store; large assortment.
J. W. Wilkinson returned last Friday
evening from his trip to New York.
I1'Boston Brown Bread and Baked
Beans at the Gramling Bakery to-day.
Win. Laws, a prominent lumber man
of Orange City, was in the city Monday.
Dr. G. M. Wallace was down from Or-
mond Monday. We acknowledge a
pleasant call.
Mrs. P. S. Golder and daughter, Mrs.
J. S. Van Sant, arrived last week from
Sterling, Illinois.
John B. Parkinson has been appointed
by the Governor as a notary public for
the State at large.
Poetoffice Inspector Fred D. Peer was
in the city a few days this week. He left
for Jacksonville Thursday.
Wm. M. Brown, of Titusville, was in
Daytona Monday. Mr. Brown will con-
duct a fish market here this winter.
F. S. Same, the bright and enterprising
eon of Senator Sams, was circulating
among his Daytona friends Wednesday.
Mrs. R. 0. Miller and Miss Elizabeth
Bingham arrived from Chicago last Sat-
day and are registered at Schmidt's
Villa.
Thomas H. Goodall and family arrived
Monday evening and are occupying their
beautiful home across the river front our
sanctum.
Rev. C. W. Arnold returned from San
Francisco Wednesday afternoon, and
services will be resumed at the Episcopal
church to-morrow.
IM'Remember, Geo. H. Clark has a
large stock of new optical goods, and
can fit you to anything desired in eye-
glasses and spectacles.
G. Bond, of St. Augustine, arrived
Monday. Mr. Bond will attend to the
carriage painting in the shop of the
Halifax Wagon Works.
If you are not a subscriber to this
paper and get a sample copy it is a re-
quest to send in your subscription, and
keep up with the times.
FOR RENT:-The Riverview Hotel, sit-
uated on Valley St., Seabreeze. Beauti-
ful location, overlooking the river. In-
qire of Mrs. E. A.Griggs, Goodall P. (0.
' Prof. Bert Fish, county superintendent
of public instruction. was over from De-
Land a few days this week. During his
stay Prof. Fish illuminated our sanctum
by a very pleasant call.
C. Milburn, one of the leading lights of
Port Orange, was in our city Monday
and favored this office with a very plela-
ant call. Mr. Milburn is our efficient
correspondent at that plaoe.
Mi.ss Kate Newstead and Williie and
Gladys Peters arrived Monday evni"n
and have opened the Peters' home on
Ridgewood. Mr. Peters and son, Orville.
are expected to arrive any day.


to convict. The penalty is not more
than six months in jail or fine not ex-
ceeding $200. Wesley's trial will comne
off at the November term of court in
Brevard county.


geSee Moore Bros. fine line of dress
goods and trimmings.


THE VOTING CONTEST.

Misp Elizabeth ilverniil ....................420
Miss Myrtle E. Rix.............................. 27.
Miss Violet M.-oy........................... 175,
Miss Louise Foot........ ...................... 100
Miss Mabel Ellew.orth........................
Miss Helen Burgian........................ G


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Don't Read


Unless You Want to So

on Your Fall P.rchu .


* Our buyer has just returned from the *
Northern markets, where he han been
* 0
* ransIaking the great wholesale house *
* for the newest and Iest goods.
.aaanaaaeaasaaimesessesse5ease


We Can Show You

THE NEWEST GOODS


l-'Rye and graham flour and yellow
corn meal at Rush's.
Plenty of hotel accommodations for
all visitors this winter.
Frank Ditman is now one of the sale-
men at the Globe Clothing Store.
Advice from DeLand state that Mrs.
F. E. Bond is rapidly recovering from her
illness.
Since the first of January 1901 there
has occurred, in Volusia county, ninety-
eight marriages.
MW"Brain bread, the great brain devel-
oper and nerve builder. fresh every day
at the Gramling Bakery.
E. T. Conrad went -over to DeLand
Thursday afternoon on businsw. He
will return Sunday evening.
W-Don't forget that Mrs. E. B.
Moore's millinery parlors is the place to*
procure yewo ~ tiaes
j9v. Da- l lt 7Tfrom Illinois,
accompanied h Jhdlty, Thursday,
and are ~l nWg x 1sir Ridgewood
home. *
Mr. and Mrs. T. Fred Brown arrived
Thursday from Cincinnati and are occu-
pying their pleasant home on Silver
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Brown were among
the returning winter visitors Thursday
afternoon, and are now occupying their
Ridgewood home.
Tilman White came up from New
Smyrna yesterday. He is still engaged
in superintending the work being done
by Mansfield's dredge.
Someone run off with the mayor's gate
Halloween but he does not like to have
it generally known as the ones who took
the gate might take offence.
Joseph E. Dolan. of Baltimore, south-
ern representative of the Babcock Print-
ing Press Co., was a caller at the GA.
zETTE-NEws office Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Worts, of Toledo'
Ohio, arrived on the afternoon passenger
Thursday, and are occupying their win-
ter abode on Orange avenue.
Mrs. Fannie Coleman and little grand-
dlaughter, Annable Williams, of Oak Hill,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Null Tuesday and Wednesday.
We desire to call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement of the John
B. Stetson University, of DeLand, which
appears in this issue of the GAZaTTr-
NEws.
Mrs. J. C. Maley and daughters, the
Misses Belle and Florence, returned to
Daytona Thursday afternoon, after a
pleasant visit with friends and relatives
at Williamsport. Ienn.
Mr. and Mrs. Bacheldor and Mrs. Sav-
age and son, Jack, of Marshfield Hills,
Mass.. arrived Thursday afternoon and
will occupy the Thompson mansion at
Silver Beach this winter.
Capt. Geo. H. Smith and wife arrived
from Kennebunkport last Sunday. Cap-
tain Smith Informs us that he will make
several improvements on the launch
Maine before the busy season opens.
Dlr. and Mrs. J. P. Each arrived from
Huron, Ohio, and are now occupying
th-ir home on the peninsula.. They were
accompanied by Mrs. Wright. of Huron;
Mrs. Gorden, of Milan, and Mrs. L. M.
Skinner, of Berlin. The many friends
of this party of Ohio people welcome
them back.


Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wright came over
from DeLand yesterday, and are stopping
on the peninsula.
The County Commissioners and County
School Board will meet in regular
monthly session at DeLand Monday.
Tax Collector D. P. Smith will be in
Daytona the 27th and 28th of this month
to receive the state and county taxes for
the current year.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pearce will ar-
rive from Washington, D. C., this after-
noon, and will make their winter head-
quarters at the Stanley House.
Editor E. V. Blackman. of the Miami
Homesseker, passed through Daytona
Thursday, en route home from a visit to
Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
Dr. G. Morton Marcus, the optician
who had an office in Atwood's drugstore
last winter, has opened an office in Jack-
sonville at 121 West Bay street.
E. J. Mills has sold his barber shop
and business to J3P- Smith. of Starke.
The new proprietor will not take pos-
session until the first of next April.
Arthur Bennett gave a Halloween
party to a few of his friends Thursday
evening. Several musical selections were
rendered, at the close of which refresh-
ments were served.
Marriage licenses were issued in this
county during the week for the marriage
of George Martin, of Palm Beach, to
Miss Daisy Strickland, of Lake Helen.
and W. H. North, of Jacksonville, to Miss
Minnie Powell, of Pierson.
Superintendent R. T. Goff and Road-
master E. B. Carter, of the Florida East
Coast Railway, passed through here
Tuesday, on their way to Dade county,
on board their private car, which re-
turned northwards Thur day.
We were misinformed in regard to the
particulars of the colored wedding last
week. The reception was held in Way-
cross instead of at the Troy llouse.
We should have said that a nuniler of
guests of the' Try House attended.
Mrs. F. T. Peck will o-cupy the store
room recently vacated by Dr. .1. M. Jones
with a twenty-five cent store. A large
stock of goods will be put in and the
place willbe open to the public about the
first of December. No article will sell
for over a quarter.
The Daytona Telephone Company has
most of the wire stretched on the line
between here and lhlNaud. The first
message over the line will be sent by the
mayors of the respIwtive towns. The of-
fice at the DeLand end of the line will be
located in the St. Elmo.
Adam Schantz chartered the launch
Yankee Doodle last Sunday and took
his family and a few friends to Mosquito
Inlet. Mr. Schantz had very good luck
fishing, catching one bass that alone
weighed over thirty pounds. A picnic
dinner was nerved on the lawn in front
of J. Y. Detwiler's home, and the party
returned to Daytona by moonlight.
Miss Agnes Wickiug and Miss (Grace
Stewart gave a Halloween party to
about forty of their friends at the home
of the former Thursday evening. Various
amusements in keeping with the occasion
were indulged is, the most laughable be-
ing Roy 1'. Baker and Neville C'lark's
verbiuo of the "Ghost of a Coon."
Refreshments were liberally in evidence,
and a number of choice instrumental and
vocal s-lections were rendered by several
of the guests.
"'Dr. B. W. Wesley," the negro who
victimized the colored ieo,,!e h'.re last
winter under the guise of being a physi-
cian, was arrested at Jensen, this state,
Wednesday by Sheriff Brown of Brevaird
county. Deputy Sheriff has. Kurtz, of
DeLand, has Ib~en bearching for tl.e
prisoner for sorue time throughout
Volusia county. The clue to Wsley's.
wbereabout was furnished Sheriff Brown
by Dr. Wilson, of Titusvi Ie, from whom
Wesley had been purchasing medicine at
intervals for some time. This aroused
the doctor's suspicions and caused him
to place the matter in the hands of the
sheriff. The evidence is very strong
against the accused aud will be suttfiicnt


Dress Goods. Shirt Waist Goods,
Skirt ing. etc. Our Line of Ladies' and


(;elt%' Shes'-s is Unexcelled.


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The Largest and Most Complete Stock
off Drugs in Dayvtona. Prescriptions com-
lMunded by ll'gi-tered l'lharmacist only.


' Perfumery and Toilet Articles. P
* TRY 1O1R I'INE TAR ('1 (1l L BASAM-23 centss a bottle.
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JUST RECEIVED


Keefer Pear Nice for Cooking, only
S40 cents a peck.


Almanaga Grapes


Very deliciour.
20 c. a pound,


NieFor Anela F ithlr eating or cooking.
Ni eApple ,6;0 ,'ri.ts a p ck.

Fresh Yellow Corn Meal Graham Flour


D. F. MORRISON


'Phone 19.


* Corner Beach Street and Second Avoeae.
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FOUNTAIN CITY PHARnIACY.


CORNER BEACH ISTREETl' eil OIA.NGE AVENUE,


Has a .Selet Stock of....


DIRL ; F(OR I'PRESCRIPTIONS. I'PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES.


t(O11M AND TOILET SOA'S.


Perfumery and Fancy Toiict Articles.


DR. J.M. JONES. liroprietor. caTn bte o.,nsult4'l, professionally during busies
hours; ffttil.-4 ihur, S.ivndays. '1.: t10:30 a. il.; 2:30 to 430 p. m..



SCHM IDT'S VILLA overloking the Halifax River
Th, hotel c4rntiiiils a Imi esattractiv- view in ,very direction and no finer


I(.atioin .an tlw found in the -:.; inity it is only one mile from the ocen,
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DAYTONA GAZETTE-NEWS
Popular Students' Contest.


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THE BEST GOODS and

THE LOWEST PRICE.


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Pdhaed Every Saturday. li
Coanefl ent ia arular se-ktn M
EDW. ITGEALDU Pr- L e g with President Bigham in the
ehair.
Present, Aid. Atwood, Conrad, Foster
IBBBM IPION RATES: &d Rix.
$1.60 pr AIWm 8tritly in Advance. Minutes of previous meeting read and
Sagk Copy Fie Cents. approved.
ADVERTISING RATES: Bill. amounting to $56.67 were pre-
Diplay, 10c per Inch Each Insertion. sented and ordered paid.
BadeMr, 10 per Line Each Insertion. Moved by Aid. Foster, and seconded by
Aid. Conrad, that the committee ap-
pointed to repair the foundations to the
gIlWCx..unkationsO on live topics of jail be discharged, and that the matter
Ie terest solicited. Anything per- be put in hands of the Mayor. Carried.
ta"lingtopersonal grievenees or quarreled Moved by Aid. Atwood, seconded by
will not be published except over the Aid. Conrad, that the request of Tom
writer's signature, and at our regular Martin for the use of the city team for
advertising rates. three days to amsist in removing trash
from the street, be left in the hands of
Entered at the Postoffce at Daytona, the Street Committee to act. Carried.
Florida, as Second Class Matter. Moved by Aid. Rix, seconded by Aid.
Confrad, that the purchasing of the hooks
Saturday, Nov. 2, 3101. for the tax roll for 1902 be left in the
hands of the Assesor. Carried.
Moved by Aid. Rix. seconded by Aid.
MESSING SATISFACTORILY. Foster, that the suggestion of Mr. French
that the fire engine be fixed with a piece
Ste council meeting onda evening of galvanized pipe. be accepted, and that
A6 tbe council meeting Monday evening.
Mr. French be authorized to have same
aeommittee, coMsisting of Mlesers. J. W. done. ('arrida.
Waikm.o, C. M. Bingham. Jr.. and ,o. C r .
a ,C. i i r and Moved by Ald. Foster, seconded by
Mayor Ludwig, was appointed to on- Aid. Rix. that Mr. French be authorized
lar with Adam Srbhantz with referento to,
e wi the Aa a with Mre. fte to-have the scraler and roller painted.
chagingthe contract with Mr. Scehautz arrived.
ami the city, and have incandecent
ghts itead of a. Following resolution was presented
; .and read:
ha. A. Tremerw, president of the and read:
Florida ElectricCo.at Jacksonville. was Resolved. That the Council do here-
a ntr .. eti a by recognize the bodly known as the Park
nstfor, sad at a meeting held at Mr. Commiuion as a body which has the in-
Behata' office he explained to the com-
d a number of citizens the tereets andt beautifying of the ('ity as
s eat t to deriv frtheir chief objet. Therefore, the tCouncil
Imi e t to be derived fro t recognizes and acmepts the Executive
.l Committee of said Park C'ommission as
After due consultation it was decided
an advisory lMord to the Council to as-
to let the contract stand as at parent. .. si by observation and advice in airing
A lew persons have felt a little "sore for the trees in all streets in the .ity and
over ga few branches of trees are o the rka in general.
the way of the line. The idea of the re tparkag in gnral.
_s__t is Mtoavoidcutting ny Moved by Ald. Atwood. seconded lby
e o s to avoid cutting y r Aid. Conrad, that the inrceding r nolu-
more limbs than absolutely necessary. Ald. orad, that the ding
Whenevera liyb interfere with the line tion be panned. Carried.
the poleswill be set on the opl| mite sie in relutin rntd and
of the street so as to avoid the tree. It read i
s pemed, by the mem ftheResolved, That it is the sense of the
Simeed, by the members f the city members of the C(ommon C.ouncil here
council and Mr. Schantz, that no trouble assemble that lte present contract
will beemcountered, when all of the citi' with Adam Sant be annuk and pro-
eassaderstand just exactly how can- th Adam Shant be annukd and pro-
lly the work of constructing t lines ceedings for a new contract be begun.
wullbe attddto ti Moved by Ald. Atwood, secotided by
Aid. Conrad, that the proceeding resolu.
In mreseace to the work Mr. Treniered. Carried.
staed to the GaaltfXr-NKws as follows:ion be pas arrived.
to the G TE-N S e f : tJacob 1oeth presented d.d to right-
"Our Mr. Henry. superintendent of con- Jacwba S gh tresentedt ded to right.
strection, will arrive in Daytona Sunday away of new street opened front i.,-
or Monday, with a corps of competent trt .aU. abai was referred ,n
b to do the construction wirk. .motion of Ald. Foster, seconded by Aid.
ody wiigawill be consuipated and vry- Rix. to the street Committee to investi-
i. whes. A irell betManyfact in nanard to gate, and lifouud eatisfac.tory to author-
de red. A neat man fac t in eenrd to ize th. ('lerk to pay said bill. arrived .
the trimming of the trees have been mis- Movet by Ahd. Foster. s.onded by Ahd.
lspreseated-and exaggerated. lout every Moved sy Ad.P.oster. econded by AId.
itieted ad exaggerated. ut no hary 'Conrad. that Mayor ludwig, Preside.nt
m r t assured that no harm Binghai anId C(lerk Wilkinson be up-
WE be done toiDaytona's beautiful t re pointed a committee to interview Mr.
very person 8 right@ will be eonsidetrd ,
andthe e is no desire t antagonize any- Schantz in regard to a new contract for
different lighting system. arrived .
ONe. The wire are going to 1w runi U,-..1.t,. ,,.,- : ........ ,.


Mder the trees where possible. and whei
e-ary they will he placed over th,
tires. It is earnestly hoped that all per
sois will refrain from adverse criti-ismi
ad co rngen this project at least uip t
point where they think their pei r1tna
uighto are interfered with. It is the
am t desireto work in harmony witl
e vieitm aand property ownet. This
dtcst will be a credit to your city. and
.pemybody will be proud of it wwhn tin-



A3TII OF MRS. KOST.

Mrs. Charges Kost died Thursd.uhy
Ugmsing at her home in Daytona. at thel
Ve of thirty years. Funeral services
m beldat the house Thursdaiy after-
s mby Bev. Father Nunan. of St. Au
mtine. The remains were interreni at
Iftewood cemetery Friday forenoot n.
Deceased leves to mourn her depart-
me, a loving husband and tiwv childitere.
4 eaboy eight years and the oithr a
i1 of a little over three yea rs.
Mrs. Kost has been ill for about fiiteein
Vbks. Wednesday every inditatioii
biafted to a speedy recovery,. but Thurs-
day morning she was taken suddenly
Wm e ad the end came at 7:30 o'chlek.
Shi has been a resident of Daytonia for
ikeaY m ad keaves a host of friends
who mourn her demise.


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CARD OF THANKS.
I dire to thank the many friends whot
S 'emd distance during the recent ill-
iof my beloved wife. and to thote'
whoolered consolation and asis taiwe
during my sad bereavement.
C ('HAts. KOST.


o'veto yi .Aid. nix. s econded v y A.id
Foster, that matter of cklaning of lower
Ilidgewood and auluting lots lie left inll
hands of the Maxvor. Carried.

Pile-ino Cas F Pileal
Iut refund .1 if it v\ cr fails.


ROOSEVEIT'S BAD BREAK.


PIresident Roosev't lhas shattered
whatever hopes Ihe might have had to-
wards lmiiildinir Ilup a white I{elibic>ani
party ill the Souith, anld at one swoop
;am eliminated hiiu.m-li from the ranks of
ipre-'idtential possibilities in 191104: so f.ar
tas the Southi is (conect.rned.
Th' Pl' ident. ill entertaining HBooker
T. Washington. the negro lecturer. at a
family dimnnr recently. has wiliully in-
sulte'd thi.- weolainhootd and manhood, of
this -- 'tion of the cou tilry. **'f,ooli-sh
Southe, r s'nltinenit" tlithough it mtay I.

The 'PresiI.-ut's appoiintmrnit of t.x-
tvernor.l Jon.s. otf Alaiama. o a Fed-
eral judgelhip wt.-a -tvich as Ito %\'in hi-ht
elltirlliutll. from tmh u t oplle of the( South.
'lTh'ey Cxisvcted great things of hini. At a
blow. however, he has shattered t h.ir
.ontllidence and lost their high esteernl.
As Governor Jenning6 said to a Talla-
hasean reporter, that aft 'was unufortu-
nate and unptardonable." AnottherState
ftticer remuirkel that '"The Presidient has
made a s'riou- nistak." It is the rcon-


'eisus aof olapinion lhat RooCsevelt has
made, a previous blunder.
NaIpoleoimconsirit.retd a blunder in the
light of a -rime., le could pardon thi
comlmllisision of ordinary t'rime with a
clearer coilc-ieic.e tllama lie .could ctmi'idone
a blunder hby any of hi. subordinatess.
The peoplelh will look upoli Roo e.-velt's
lindeI.r in t si.. .. t...... -..- -


UIUM. I I t ilt, iiI.% .:t, .%q m)iain is free
High North winds have preivail-d for from mistakes. It is human toit rr. But
e past ew days. when ai blluidler is made that could e.s.ily
have l.eetn avoided. when a man allows a
Woo" 90**"S**** qu1.tionuaIle .setIimenit teo lead him into
U SPorthOrac the conmliio of sPuch n Oe f ni a,,abrle
o t Ora ge error. lict. g.va t tawise- %ill Ik- slo.',w to
E *: w wC.(-.- -lln


P uT ORANGE. Nov. 1.-Mr." l)rum-
Wmii, one of our regular winter rnsi- TABLE tf tIBo TIDE
demt, arrived Sunday from Eau Claire.
and isoecupying his room at the Har ,.- ec'k l'egirnuing COet. 27. 19
mIr House. Mr. Drummond is a great H IH TIlE.
mbwmaa, and is also a taxidermist. and Sunday..... .......... 1244
S te a collection of birds. ct. M nday................ ............ 1:49
IL F. McDaniel ha Capt. Fozzard's 'uela................. :4
SWednesla-v%........................ : :42
J. Carrow has moved hi, oyster Thusd ..... ...........4:3
houmitoCapt. Alexander's lot. north F. idy :!2
of h otLiday ......... ............... 12
LAte Prevatt and little Violet re- ,Saturd:y ...........................
ms-d saturday from Espanola whre Lo TIDE.
111 __ Sunday............................ti :. ,1
visiting her sister. Monday............................
m Emm Bros., the candy nUmauu- T-
e drove up to Davtoua Tu1adar Tu da..........................:04


soas a m-------- I I


Sils H. Coiemao, one of the olwii
rMidentsuofDaytona, died at Ii bb oe
last Sunday, aged 84 years.
Mr. Coleman was a devout member of
the Congregational church, and was one
of Daytona's best known and influential
citisenas.
Funeral services we held at hib lae
home at 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoo,
after which the remains were shipped to
Beaver Dam, Wisconsin for interment.
Deceased was born in Morrb county,
New Jersey, and was engaged in the
mercantile business for many years in
that state. In 1845 he removed to
Juneau, Wisconsin. where he pereued the
same calling. He came to Daytoa
about twenty-five years ago, and has
ever since been actively engaged in the
upbuilding of the city. He leaves to
an aged wife and two sons.

SD* *..a. ...l.. a ....s aW..


Our bicycle path is improving though
slowly, but the wagon road would give
no evidence whatever of such a person as
a road commissioner.
Mr. Eno's new store, with its general
grocery department, tobacco, cigars, ice
cream, candy and soft drinks, presented
quite an attractive appearance. Do we
not owe it to our little village to give
him. our neighbor, our liberal patronage?
However, the cream and cooling drinks
will be more than acceptable it would
seem to the tourists.
Mr. Metz hlas removed from A. Beno-
dict's house in the hammocks, to Mrs.
Puttent's property.
C'. F. Wetherel has been ill the past week
with malaria, but has. at the present
writing, nearly recovered.
Accidents are liable to occur at all
tinme. and through some over-sight, the
large boiler, which Mr. Bunnell was mov-
ing from the Daytona depot to his new
saw-mill. was overturned into the river.
It was the opinion of the passers-by that
he had chosen to set up (or in other
words, to net down) his boiler in rather
a peculiar position, as the salt water
would hardly be conducive to its non-
rustingc p operties.
Word has been received from Palm
lkeach, from Mrs. Byne. our former
neighbor, that each of her daughters has
a new wheel, and also that Miss Susie
is attending school there Glad to hear
from our old friends


F'or all iresh ctits or wounds,. in either
the umanu subject or in animals, as a
dreaming. Iallard's Snow Liniment is ex-
cellent: while for mores on workinghorses,
specially if slow to heal. or suppurating,
itm healing qualities ure unequalled.
P1'rie 25cts., andZ.t ets. Dr.J.M.Jonee.


STATE FAIR NOTES.


The time of the fair is coming nearer
and nearer, the number of exhibits is get-
ting larger and larger, but everything
will be in good shape as to give space for
all exhibits and accommodations for all
exhibitors and visitors.
4'. F. Hopkins, commissioner for St.
John's county, will show you old Fort
Marion in miniature, the entrance to his
exhibit will te through the old city gates
in miniature. He will show y6u the old
releaquies of St. Augustine: he will show
you the wonder of the fair, a house
made out of 200.000 fish seal,,s, windows
and chimney complete, nothing like this
has ever ltee net!sn.
The fair management expects to have
the first automobile race ever held in the
South.
The board of trade has opened a bu-
reau of information and has pledged
rooms by the people of Jacksonvilll and
the hotels for all that will come.
A great string of horses and a week of
racing will we here such as has never been
seen in .lamksonville.
The um.atagem.-nt has a storm of offers
if shows oif every kind, the number will
iro limited only by the capacity of the
gtouni.Is to hold them.
The general manager has secured cold
storage for perishable exhibits that can-
not be s'cuured at the time the fair opens
'The Jacksonville depot of the Anheuser.
BtH:h ltreiing Association offers cold
storage in its excellent storage rooms
w ithhut any cost.
The nie\ tent plau is being drawn.
The nitw lrnmiutm list is being printed
antd ill ioe ready during this week.
Tl'h railroads are advertising the fair
and the general management has had op.
portunity to observe that the State Fair
arou-s i interest among the whole peo-
ple of Florida anud will be a State Fair in
every respect.

Thousands of the most stubborn and
distressing ca*,s of piles have been cured
lvy Tabllr's Buickeye Pile Ointment. It
never fails to >cure. 'rice 50 cts. in bot-
tles. tulie.- 7t; c-ts. Dr. J. M. Jones.

Emipral'or Williamn recently suppressed a
Ik-rlin newspaper because he didn't like
its cartoons. There is some advantage,
after all. in living under a monarchy.

llizziness. loss of appetite. flatulency
and nasea are are all connected with dys-
pepmia or indigestion. Herbine will give
prompt relief. Price .') ct. IDr. J. M.
Jonest.


(;:t10 Fw editors are seent to the peniten-
tiary. elspeially the Minnesota peniten-
7:33: tiary, as is evidenced by the following
N:34 from the Mirror, a weekly newspaper
9:2as published in the penitentiary of that


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T). ft)
1 :02

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4: .-,
4:5 2
3:34


:DAY


3sntaba XQ


OCEAN -oe,
F. W. Aind p Apeda
Bates: $2 and Upward; Spedal 1
Begular Boarders.


XNW SMTYNA, FL OBWA.

P. C. COLU NT,
BOOT AND 8HOEMAKEB.
AWRs 3ri ol dwitdm
Ave., nero.eech St.,S uS


ThompoA, she* ..

High Grade Taoring a Specialty.
suite made to order for 618 and
up; Pants for $4 and upwardL
Cmssgmd I@a st tmsedm mess
Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.
DAyTONA, FLOwDA.


F. B. HAVEN


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At Fdbt of North Bri0d.
12 Daytona, Florida.

WAsNTED--SZVyAL P32oo.s OF CMAR-
acter and good reputation ia each state
(one in this county required) to sepre-
sent and advertise old established
wealthy business house of solid mascial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expenses additional, all paytble in cash
each Wednesday direct from head oces.
Horse and carriage furniehd when nee-
cessary. Refrences. Enclose self-ad.
drmmed-staaped eavelops. Manager,
316 Caxton Building, Chiesgo.


Dayton We have a Day-
ay oI iU om booki e with
2 l ttires of this
ILLUSTRATED famous resort,
*.1.50 per 100 if or-
dered before Oct. 15. Jst fits an en-
velope. Jas. M. Osborn, Daytona, Fla


Ume OAKS


Beautifully Located on Ridgewood Ave..
Daytona, Florida.


NOW OPEN TO GUESTS.


A new hour, heatedthroughout by hot
air, new furaimshila, everything
to make guestecomnrtable.
Rates Reasonable.

MSe. Geofg* ed lveraIl, Pres.

SAVE YOUR VEGETABLES


WamMe soaEaLUcClWBe ASiZUaMLr


ii u1 smpply of all kinds of electrical
*|ii seam sdppes always on hand.


to Spdd At~edft 20 MarineWgik.

bmlmb aSeftUeOM&F


Daytona Ice Co.
WM. WmIIma, Manager.


PURE ICE

Made from Distilled Water.


Majaselle AWeme. ajd aeiree*d

MILLS TRANSFER CO.
Hauls baggage, freight., etc.,
rates reasonable, prompt service.
Office, Bocton Barber Shop.
P',a'n 77. S. MILLS. POP


J. A. ERICKSON

Has a big lot of Harnem, Collars,
Leather Strape and Part'. Just
received Harness$6..0 and upwards.
New Sewing Machines for $16 and
upwards. I can furnish you with
any kind of a sewing num-hine.






N. ERICKSON,
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.


Good go m a- $ -25e. For
dewcripeive meAfr 1"* *-


08 0 -0. .- S0 -. -G ---




"SAN MATEO" '

It's all Florida.
Why buy imported cigars. made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored wiS
and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a ive-esl|
Box of 2 .................. .00FREE BY MAIL TO ANY ADDRESS.
Box of 54,)..................$1. 7 J "

21 S. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fc




Florida East Coast R


Time Table No. 3& la Effect Sept. 1, 1901.


SOUTH BOUND (Read Down.)


WN


40



'4114


DadyDay


(Bed Up) NOT1 a10


STATION&.


S OOp 1U O'Lv.......... Jaceonvile ........ Ar
5Iup l0Usa ........So Jacksoville....... Lv
l I lma ....... t. Afm ........
6 4p1147a. ...........
00p 12 p ", ........ hsatPalStvam..........
o 34pl 12Up ........... eo ............. "
r47p 12 b ......... ...BU t ...........
7upp t 12 o ............ Du oi............
t Ip So ........... Orm ............
0p 13, ........... Daytoma...........
l .. ........ Porst Ora .........
a1, 207o ......... New Smura .. ..... "
.. 2 ............. LOalk i M ............ "
a 0i O6 1 ............ Tl a vile.......... "
3.. 34 #1 "' ............ Oeeo ............. "
S 16p ..p .--tio ...
4 16p, .. ......... sEmia e .......... "
4 *I -........ Melbo n... ..... *..
... O p ...........Sea stianM.............
S 55 .... .. .. St.aLt .......... 1
u .......... P t ..........
6 24pi.- ......b..... bou............ 1
6 2 p .. .......... .. rl m .............. 1
C. Wp ............. iJenl n............. 1
. 643p ......... 8tuawt............. ,. 1
. 71p '. .........1i Wobe1 om D ...........
7 5p ...........W A t
757p ....... West Paltm Bech....... "
.. 821p .......... Boyntoa............... "
j.p. 8 .... .... D lr y .............
9 I p ....... Fort Lauderda.. ....."
i 9 I7 "e ......... Lemon City.......... "
'1005V Ar .-I .a. ............. Lv


Buffr0 -arlor Cars on rras aL5 and 78.


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10 a
l01af

9 W&
8 U&
*71:
50l
50l


S02o4o.1iqo.i;(0.I5 No.I&tWoJ
Doorm and Window S e.rns. Picture d;Um4DiDilyDaly( MAYFORT BRANKC. Da 1
i Oly onlyI ex du
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of a-i-io'ti, -i --' Lv ...Jack vitlle. .......... Ar TiTii
Furniture Repairing doo.,,lmort notice 2 g 10l 41S p 8 .......... so. Jackamville ............... 7 5
1r10;0.ar nn 65i-p 9 "' Pablo Beach ........ ...... 7
at reasonable prkcew. tp 10oa6 To0 u 97 1 ~'M Atlantic Beach ......... ..... 7 sof
ROl-1 -10,- 7 <-I ':%-'Ar ..Mnyr .A .r L v. 6 4. 44U
Cottage Avenue., DAYTONA, FLA. ., ,.v... ..,... .... i. v..,. p'PALATKA B .NC.H o.4,>.e..\....i
S_____ Daly y Daily Daily Da ly Daily PALATKA ANC H Daily,Daily.Daily Dali
~ -- --- T T ap, 4 p l ': tl l ; a L v T f la s t k a A r aS
E E S CT A RKEXY7 l '.,)P u 4 1'.piltI I5tt6E3MAr East Palatka .T.v l lla 7l1l2

nJ. a I. JL.HIlY.I
ARCHITECT,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER,



Suggestions of plain furnished gratui-
tously. Will cheerfully consult with
persons desiring plans, and guarantee
satisfaction.


'Phone 11.


Seabreeze,


Protect orchards, gardens, cottons,.
corn. tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes, I
and all other fruit and vegetables from
the ravages of iiects without the use of
poison or spray. Send $1.00 for sample
trap by mail.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
COUNTY.
Address J. B. BUTTON, Heedeman,
Ocala. Fla.
See local notice in another column.


?5he Palms
This popular home-like boarding
house is beautifully situated on
Beach Street facing the Halifax
-River. The rooms are large and
tlhe table board excellent. The
house is but three blocks from the
postoffice and convenient to all
the church and but one mile
from the beach. Ratee reasonable.
J. McCOLLUM, Proprietor.


Opera House.


Saturday Evening
November 2d, '01.
Aiden Benedict's New Scenic Pro-
duction, Marie Corelli's


IO


rhelma.


As
Ch


Florida.


"You can tool 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
tine."

WE DONT 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
SM iii-WOLUAW


are made to fool no one. They
are honest Paints for honest peo.
ple. They cover most, look best,
wear longest, are most economic.
cal, and always full measure.
SOLD 3T
Bingham & Naley.



HEADACHE B1


I HE06ACHE 1
L'^ ^ a'S


-J A. Coci; Barnett,
sa dramatied by S teograpwrnd Typwriter
harles. W. ae ', ..... .....


si os y0 4 6AN MATEO BRANCH. .

0 ian 40al Ar E_ t n at ,... ..l..a............... L I
ORANGE CITY "Ndo. 2 No;.1.
LS o Y!TY g SANFORD BBAONH.
BRANCH. ,i ily SANFORD
o. :x.Eu ExSo
lupLv... ...ewsvmrna. .Ar 640p 7 tO Lv...........Titnwifle.............A
4UP" .. Lake Helen ...... Lv 6 )p 71t, -. .............. .I .............
4 ... rn Ctp 83 .............O ...............
441pAr. ... Orange City Jc. .. .... 5p 8 ..........terpris..........
O -I l Ar .............. t ea rd.... ....
Them Time Tables show the timMes at which trains may be ezped to vrive -W 4
from the several stations. but their arrival or depart at tu h MMe ab te a 0 am
teed. nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or may seeequam.e
ung therefrom.
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIA
BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Leave Miami Mondays and Pridays.. .10 p p Leave Hvana Weds. sad Stardays....|
Arrive Key West Tues. and Saturdays 1 pm Arrive Key Wet Weds. d .....
Leave Key West Tues. and Sundays.. 7 pm Leave Key Wt Thus. and Sun ...
Arrive Havana Weds. and Mondays.. 580 am Arrive Miami Fridays ad Moda....As
For copy of local time board addrem any Agent
J. D. RARNER. Aest. Ge. Pass. A eT. A WtSMg bI
AgMON


Railway "



DIROl T LINE--QUICK TIIME~ TO




AND ALL POINTS BAST AND WEST.

NO OTER LINE A.R.ORADS ERVIGB LABE THIS
THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS
AND THE U. 8. FAST MAIL
To the East and North.
THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED
To the West and North-Wesm.
The line through "The Laud of the Sky," Asheville, "St
Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the
World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to
Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.

ce of Row" PauJItricam ExPwIMN *nal, l. Z.
Through Vestaboled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Throgh
Coaches. Excellent Dining Car Service.
Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Opated in Connection wilb
the Plant System from Jacksonville.
For Rate*. Sehedule and Information. eall on or address
W. T. CO-By. Traveling Pasonugr Agent, 108 W. Bay St.. JACKSONVILL., LVA.
S. R. HARDW I;( General PaenggrAgt., W. H. TApYLO A&. Gen. Pass. Ast..
WAiIfIN(.TON, D. U. ATLANTA, GA.
April 25sth, 9go1.


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pF illaboy.
AMi aery in aa 0hr
With typo ever.


w ork o n d fli n adl


Soueday the voters of Baens
an aldermia to take s m
UIpLtarhey riWnd.
Williams, o Pathse Mo. i,
bet perso to arriv to atlend the
assmain thh__W


Winter. We am glad to leme

Mr. Miler, of the Bilmois Osrad, ar-
from Jackoeuvflle on Wedmaky
esled on C. F. Burgemas withlm..
to the Couventiqa.
2 The ew draw is about completed and

it is expected that the bridge
beopenWtotravlythgo4th met
--r. Matleson, of the Ormod who is
as steward at the Cobonnodm this
bT arrived and in helping CoL
to get the hotel n shape for the
on the 27th.
Opera Houme is showing up eea
darv with ie trimming of white,
It does the heart of our cities good
S l of aad look at this wonder
-a st of modern architectural skIll.
*lr. McGill. foe ly employed by the
Peublia Company, bhas been
tAg iponiy hfor the past few
Ss io the praing department of Wil.

Mr. Dolaa, of Baltimore, epeesating
O Paheoek Printing Pressa Co., visited
ahbueg the rtiofthe week in the in-
e. tofbin house, and while ere com-
Mud mess with pleasureand pcaht
Se very iSee ha from the ocean pier.
Tie lot on Pinewood avenue, recently
eheed vof ol. Post by Mr. Schwal-
-a, of Graugeville, Idaho. has been
41aead, and contractor Gove will begin
eI ina of a cottage on the property
at aas, to be completed, we understand,
bee the arrival of Mr. Schwalba&h the
eay part of January.
Thursday naght-beitg Halloween, the
Sh aopslleabmese proceeded to paint this
bug iabrilltant red. They startedout by
Iha-Mr J. P. Hanie's wagon into the
hool house where it would be the most
dealt to get it out; next they visited
the stores of W. A. Baggett and L. S.
Morrison. In front of the former place
they placed a buggy right across the
doorway, and then tried to remove the
ign but it withstood their efforts. In
froat of Morrison's place they piled every
old empty lime barrel and box they could
l.,f rom one end of the town to the
other, and topped this off with several
heart loads of old straw. They next hon-
ored the new opera bone by running a
dirty rag and empty paint bucket to the
top of the new ag staffs, which have
jusat hea erected, From this point they
oap.a.d agilt Kochereperger's cot-
t of th lcy siXn boards, and bringing
them down and depositing them in front
of8ggett'doorway. They next visited
eouth Seabreese and relieved Liveryman
Baew of several buggie, wagons and
haBesB. What other mischief they did
in -nown at the present time, but one
thing i sure, they turned this village up
ide down with a vengeae.


HOUSEHOLD HINTS.
Thbe brind et a sulphur candle to a
iam i g ed wtth pots of any kind
W u~ve you of them hi a short time.
GOh s which have been sed for
ilk shmll be washed Brat In cold wa-
Ver and td In hot soapauds. This will
Mn- MeMar and shining.
WM i" r dmooplag towers may be
wr veby giving them a quick plunge
a at moderately hot water In which a
rfw dr ps oa asaonia have been

Never put oda ti the water In which
ima wah china that has any gilding
ea It. 8Mda ajre the gilding. In-
afad a soap, which answers just as
in washing ct glass only moder-
aely hot water should be used on ac-
eeat the glass being of varying
thickness which causes the dishes to
expam unevenly if subjected to ex-
aelvve changes of temperature.
wehom Gese Was W 1M .
A Baraard college grl tells In the
New York TImes of visiting In a house-
heM where grace was amki at the table
seiscessalisally. Her curiosity got
the better fe her. and she asked the
Mlatres of the house why they didn't
ebeerve the rite regularly. "Why."
eaM the lady with some surprise, "we
my grace aoly when we have reason
to be thaktul. We never dream of
giving thanks when we have only
aslt beet or bedf k or sme s imple
thM Ulke that: but whenever we have
ame or something really nice tben we
y grade. for It's worth while."

ReN me of Ogman ml.
l J3twisea Cxnrt. 7th Ti.trivt. ,Volusi, Co., Fla.
W. A. WIPO :s. Plantiff
eumalhuRaw* Cr. Defend nt )
T Cobu-umber Bpdlg. d.frideut, and all
. oewI b-hon t rmay ene r:
Tike i.itcc tha wri of gt o ibmi ent hai
sei I din t heA e deieboven ci. mild that
. efro.rety in thbe.nd. .f the F orlda Ma
Ri;iw0v % (:.i6npa h ba h ..t -n r. .h.-el
111. 11l4 T.u.m apw. r iK ,,i .r MG WaIle"
S i eeolthe6Pelace i .J f.r thneveith,
S s ~ue odlVoluliaCo iy. Fhlol. on or be
S ga. .& 111. udDgment ill .be entered
AIMM rM W.A. A;PS% iiAutiff


| I n a s A 8 8 A p s as w en




tales of cotton
.. ..or -*i and
imnd iathwaMawy amd maan-

buwnai.. weh in shpped back to us,
he esmuer paygthte teai4por"ation
ithri the -haof te above pdts
or cetta sAd tmeL It should be
haalaret right hem at home. Our,
matry will sver aceh that degree of!
pe iy and advamdaw t which is
pla efr itt %isl we wake up to the
or t fctwe a sa t naate an eIort only
liMted by the very extent of our meanh
to liad capital to locate among us and
get rid of the idea that when weget hold
of a dollar we mtt bury it out of sight
till we ean get another to put in the hid-
dea grave with it.-Gainasvigle Sun-


It SaWed lMer bts.
Ofch'l Mexicana up has accomplished a
cure Si naihorooe which haastounded
e peis. Davis was given up to die by
her _bi4a-ilmeai. She had lungl fever.
a se would die before dotnr.ni
Mad to isstnlue*is me dicine. usl
was d ars o Her pw-to had a hot-
t '. Goechs Smyrup and Gooch's
Quk3l1.1 in the house. They at once be-
an to ive the syrup in dou one hour part,
5n fesy bathbd er chet w the Quick
"We. .efore morning she was better and
after iga few bottle of each she wasmost
s* WUels ever. It was almost like raising the
d *and has established the reputation of
_cLa Mexeican yrup hare as a cough
re edy We c nsell nothly els. a
J. & N.8anaM, Trimble, Athen i Co., 0.
Gooeh's Mexican Syrup cures a simple cough
as U by Magle, aad is the best remedy for
whooping cough. Pnece cents.

St. Jehlus Rv.r Lite.
Clyde's 8t Johns River Line will name
a rate of one fare for the round trip from
any point on the St Johns river to Jack-
sonville and return to accomidate parties
who desire to visit Florida's great fair.
These rates will enable people to visit
Jacksonville at a very nominal expense.
The fare fromSanford toJackeonvilleand
return willbe only $2, and theammefrom
Blue Springs. Beresford,at Francis and
Astor, and less from other points nearer
Jacksonville.
The Clyde service is first clame, and the
trip on the St. Johns river is very delight-
ful. Tickets will be on sale only by the
purser of the steamer, and will Ihe good
northbound November 18th and 20th,
with final limit returning November 24.
See schedule in this iosue.

NeI ltlhy Chaildmln ue Hapry.
MotM-r's Worm Syrup makes cihldreln hel-
thy by tx-elling the wo'ms that mase them
iii. Children eat it on bread.

OLD ST. MARKS.

F orida has many old towns, and St.
Marks, where the extensive cypress mills
which were recently purchased by an
Iowa Syndicate are located, is one of
them. St Joseph, where the fire Legis-
lature and Coastutional Convention
convened, is another. Both of these are
now only known in name, having almost
passed outofexistence. A correspondent
writes of 8t.lMarks, a follows:
1The old town of St.Markp,:where thee
extensive operations will be carried on,
is one of the most historic places in the
whole country. Here in theearly years of
the eighteenth century a Spanish fort and
miMion wereestablished, and it became a
famous trading place for Indians. St.
Marks is especially celebrated as being the
place where, in 1818. Andrew Jackson,
afterwards Florida's first American Gov-
ernor and later President of the United
States, captured, courtmartialed and ex-
eeuted Alexaader Arbuthnot and Robert
C. Ambrister, two British subjects,
charged by Gen.Jackson with aiding and
ineiting the Creek and Seminole Indiana
to commit depredations on American
citisena in Georgia and Alabama.
"Later St. Marks was a shipping
pointof importance, especially forcotton;
but after the Civil War the place went to
ruins, and only during the two or three
last years has It shown signs of return-
ing life."




Heart


Pains


are Nature's warning notes of
approaching danger from a dis-
eased heart. If you would
avoid debilitating diseases, or
even sudden death from this
hidden double pay heed to the
early wnn*. Strengthen the
heart's mS u s, quiet its nerv-
ous irritati a and regulate its
adion wi that greatest of all
heart remedies, Dr. Miles
Heart Cure.
"Darll f p 8ins through my
ha left ad arm would
Showed by sinotheng.ug heart
I t ainting. Dr. Miles'
eart Cure has etirely relieved


t towse troublea"
Joinw VAxD uuMbH,
so Kawas Sl, MSl. ake.e WIL


M's MNOWs


$25 RRHM,
I wi pay the above for the arrest ad
conviction of any person stealing from
any of my prmises, including wood,
chickens, etc. I
I will also contribute $100 annually
toward paying the salary of a night pa-
trolman to keep thieves out of town and
live stocks from running at large.
A uA SC.mHANTZ.

West of the Chattahoochee river,
mainly in the large counties of Santa
Roa and Jackson, an iimmenme tract of
land of more than one hundred thousand
aces has been purchased,and on this roll-
lng and splendidly watered land cattle.
raising will be undertaken on s larger
cale than has heretofore been attempted
Best of the Miasissippi river. Men who
have studied the subject from a practi-
cal stand point have long predicted that
ttle-raising was going to be one of
Florida's leading industries, and that the
time was not far off when this state
would rival Kasaxs, Texas and Missouri
in the production of beef.


Just Arrived.
Our fall and winter line of hats have
just arrived from Chicago and New York.
We have many beautiful designs in pat-
tern hats, walking hats, and in fact every
kind of hats. We also carry a complete
line of ornaments and trimmings.
MRS. J. A. Dour LASS.

White's Cream Verinifuge is a highly
valuable preparation, capialile. fr lim
the promptitude of its action, of clearing
the system in a few hours of every worm.
Price 25 et. Dr. J. M. Jones.


Amtlpfalu Ity.
In Switserland and Italy good people
go about with little cards containing
pledgem against swearing. These ar6
ptmeuted whenever the bearers bear
ome one Indulging In profanity. The
penalty for violating the pledge Is a
mall self Imposed fine, to be paid to
charity.

Nature can only feed tin- tliti' of life
with the food eaitn i h\ii,.h i.. digested.
Herbine will re-iniia .iitr a .\\-ak ,toni-
ach, and so inlpro \. dlii-stiml; ia- to, in-
sure the natural tlooi of hi-altli. l'rire
50cts. Dr. J. M. .oniies.

GOsatly Reiducd R, tea.

If the puilir wouli f.ii'siduir thi.- great
advantages to i- deri\-.d fiin Ilph luiir-
clMh ing of Plhnt Svlteli i,.ili',, l i kts
there would il. a gnr-it *iun\ inior ,f
then i sold thai t .rli .r ;1- 1 \\'ii i.-t h iliat
does not travel .i.uHiiI nil.- i; k if. oiirs.,
of a year' TiNhe il a i- r ,iir .-4lis
per milt in l'lorida. whi' .i-, t.. ;ratt.
given on inileage tickets i ..iil 2 1-2
cents rwr nailt., therebl. gi\ in_.- ill a i ,l r-
tunity ofeffe'titiing isavuing otf aili lt 4(
percent. on railroad t int\,l w\ithii th-
State.
This.'te niiilcaa. t i '*k.1i- :, I-, ho lioiin red l
to all local ] il on ti;! l ":, sk\-'i,.
outside of the Statt. i, i \\ ., s,
Jesup. Sa\annah. 4'. 'T- *',:. 'loiim .i -
vill, Allbany. lMontg-, oi ,, r i

on twe Atlantii, (lCoat ii ,. (, ir i-lhinind
Frederickst.-rg & Poit, illia 1 ... ;l id
Pennsylvaniali R... Isti \\ %% l Qillit i.t- and
Washingtonll. I(tiilh'd ,iii',iiii.itit'll thlat
will Ie of benefit to thO traivliling ipillic.
will be furnished ly agents of the l'lant
System, or (canI i. had l. \vwritiiifg F. M.
Jolly, l)ivisihn ltsr .-"ii- r a it. Jac!-

sonville. Flit. II. I \ rW. iin. I'astsiigtr
Traffic Manager, Savaniilhi. 6ii.


To Varlash Broome.
To make a brilliant black varnish
for bronze make a bath of equal parts
of nitrate of silver and nitrate of cop-
per. Dip the articles to lbe treated into
this liquid and allow them to remain
there for some time. Upon withdrawal
heat them over the flame of an alcohol
lamp until the black putina ctlor has
been reached.
His Wants Were Few.
"What'll you have?" she asked se-
verely at the breakfast table, for lihe
had been out late the night before and
she had not yet forgiven him.
"I think," he replied meekly. "that I
would appreciate a genial smile and a
pleasant word about as much as any-
thing."-Exchange.
fhe Bert Hsbhands In Europe."
:i English gentleman living in Italy
Suhose daughter's husband was an Ital-
Ian officer said, "Italians make the best
husbands In Europe if they have good
wives."-London Mail.
No man is a safe guide who acts from
selfish motives. Follow rather the man
of principle who bas only the broadax
of the common good to grind.
Sober "eenod Thought.
"I thought I was riding into ofthce on
a wave of popular enthusiasm!"
"But after I'd paid the bills I felt as
If I'd footed it In. so to ,.lwak."-De-
trolt Journal.

One Kansas law sa3 s the personal
property of a dead mant when not
claimed by relatives, st-ll be so!.l at
auction.
Prudence is common sense well
trained In the a. of manner, of die-
rlminatloiu and of addres..
What has become of the old fashion
ed child that cried so 1:a:d that it held
Its breath?-Atchl. on (; Ihn
Whales are never foui d In the gu!l
streaiu.


J. L ODUM, Prspsitsr

The Imst Market South of Jawksmvl. A full stock of all kinds of Frekh
Wester d Florida Meats. Poultry a specialty.


Daymon Florida.


U -


Otk and YVrs:EsCo


Gramling Bakery


We have just put in a line of Hicks Bros'
famous Home Made Candies. None
better. We have all varieties. Try some.


Printing ?


Good printing will push

Sour business. That:s

the kiord we do; aod

you get it wben prom-

ised. Call Phone 18


OSBORN; The Prioter.


WE OFFER THIS WEEK


Men's 2.50 shoes for..........................-----------...................- $2.25
Ladies' 2.75 shoe for......................................... ....... ............ ... 2.0
lo% s' 2.25 shoe for.......................................................... 1.75
4;irls' 1.73 shoe for................................ ...................... ...................... 1.33
Menii's < 4..-. shirt for.. ........................... ..................... ....... 0 .
Men' h. bti.lutaliel shirt for...... ..... .... ................ 5
.1 en'hs a(i irs each...................................... ............................... 1 0
We m iil receive this week a shipment of fine quality haits.ilaps. shirt's.
skirts, waists, stationery, etc. The price will be right; '.all and see for
yourself.




Smith & Son,


Ladies and Gents Furnish
Notions, Etc.

DAYTONA, t 4 4


Our bInad ead pastry is up to the stand
Sird oif exellence. ('all and see us at our
n\,w IB;ic-h street quarters.


I ......e...IsA....wan I




I HALIFAXWAGON WORKS


* w 4


C" Bottling Wors
Thomas & Burdick, Proprietors.
Manufacturers of the finest Plain and Carbonated lleverag4.I Tryv our
delicious Cherry Phoeophate. All goods delivered promptly.
Daytona, Florida.



JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY.
... DLlad, Floridl...
'Course of Study are equivalent to those of tie best Ameirican Institutions.
Buildings and equipment cost more than $230.0'0. $65.000 will t- addelde to the
ldaut during the coming year- The University includes the following di.partinenit.i:
Law. Colleg(-. Academy, Normal and Practice School, Musie. Art, Busin.ss.
(irad:ate of the Law Department are admitted to plractke in llth i urtll' of
Florida without examination.
I'" r catalogue address the president,


S. H. GOVE.
Architect, Builder
and Contractor. '
llesidence and office, northeast corner of
Itidgewood and Volusia avenues.
*Phome s9. DAYTONA, PLA.

EUROPEAN HOUSE.
NOW OPEN.
Centrally L( cited. Rates Moderate.
A. OSBORNE, Proprietor.
(range Aveiue. Daytoia, Florida

Dartom. Tailetrir Comepaam
C le.an ng. )Dyeing and Repairing.
Silks and Woolens Guaranteed.
I.li.-' Bic y IleSkirts aSpecialty.
Workk delivered Promptly.
.1. W laImis. ottag Ave. nearCity Hotel
I telligence tttice ihi Connection.


J. F. Forbes.

Furnished Rooms to Let.
C'ottagPes to L-t. and Store room with
living rooms above; within 210) feet of
o(ean on Seah rerze avenue. (iorr.Dipon-
dent solicited. A. S. k. kAirtolN.
Ilooilall I'. I .


Cutlery
We have ust rec-,-iv,-d a larvg aI.saort-
nwent of fine .utlery. I', ket knives
at all prices. Carvii'' '.t.s a,;I'I tall.
cutlery in many -ty!,-.

We have a Large Lot

of Granite Ware. -s

Paints
'e huntitle thefamolii' .- i. i s.llI .
In ,)iuality they ,.re a ;i ..... ir ,i lia v


T 'Ii. I .,n:;. i.1.n:m1 '. *I. ;, -ii I if~iih~vkwl'4Itd oilNorth Ridlgew'ow
~ ,ii, ,I 1 1.. h -;t r: atid lii. bathi roomi, andiall
I... ~j~i )Jg.liI.* I -i. i1~ ret&oinabiv. Rcoom8 singlyj


Daytona, Florida,


STANLEY HOUSE


I- re'mitlig lT~I:.l\ 1:21.


: ..... 1., fm DIal1pot; lone Block from Poetoke.-


Terms: $7 to $9 per WeeR.


Daytona, Florida.


tout in price tht-y arn- .,. rai>
ir t i.' HALIFAX HOUSE,
p ^f ^B .i II T 1 I roplrietor. O
NOW OPEN.
,. ..alifax River.
J. H. N river & Son, I : i Ii l bi: U,%' : -.v s*v, uDoIl'arm per Week
I \ i ; \.


N 1)E TA KI N.
11 A~ ~;ua-~'i~a I'.*.-' '- v I a-- ..1. 1 -!l.. ..tA


RACKET *STORE


Ladies' shboes, sims 8 to 4, regqar price 2.50, now only .............$.Sa
Missee' shoes, les 18 to %, ugular price 81.20, now *9.
Children's Oxfords, 5 to 8, regular price 50 cents, now .25
Boy's, 8 to 4, regular price $1.00, now .50
Men's Patent Leather, satin call, regular $8.50 stock, now.........1.7s

See our line of Enamel Ware, Stationery, etc. Pianos and Organs.
Orders left for piano tuning will receive prompt attention.


GEORGE WRAY.


-U


U-


J. Douglasl Proprietor.

MA 1lN FAC'TlM a OF...
Fine Wagons
and Carriages.


I General Blacksmithing and Repairing.
SCIENTIFIC HORSE-.SHOEING A SPECIALTT.
S''. ii r l ll' & I ,' I ui ,".- I'Y.Ir-. 17 DAYTONA, FLA.


ingsi PHOLSTERER AwN
H V. B RACE I' FACTURERoHIGHGRADS
I,,, s Moss and Fiber Mattreu m
FLORIDA ~ro. ) i. Furniture Made as Good New.
_,"lnl .AViitiin (>i ,>i t,'r' hipi lt' Villi. DAY iONu, P F ega >


NORMAN S. DAYTON,


LUMBER
Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Fintabi g
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
E I'tl l. (We.f P
.M:i2_' ii \\.. ;ii!,l I'. '. R.v. (West of Poatofnce.)


DAYTONA,


BENNETT


FLORIDA.


HOUSE


I-tke City.


* -vi *; --"


Proprietor.


WANTED-EVIA:%l r-.-oN 4 v Citr- ; I














Seaboard Air Line- R
CAPITAL CITY ROUTE
The Shortest Route.
The Best Line.


Double Daily Service, Incl
Sunday


ATVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICH.
WARHINGO'N, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA and NEW'
wih THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS. It is the Only Line Ope
Daty Throwgh Pallman Car Servi.s between Jacksonville and New 0


.7.1
to-
g0





uding



MOND,
YORK
rating
rieasn.
0


For further information write to
A. 0. IMcDONELL. Aast. Gen. Pase. Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.
R E. L. BUNCJ, Gen. Pass. Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
J. M. BARR, First Vie-President and General Manager, Portsmouth. Va.


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qpp


I had been troubled a year, off and on, with constipation. bil.
omI aad sick eadaches. Nothing seemed to do me any good.
One day a friend asked me what the trouble was. When I told
him be recommended R--P-AN-8 Tabules. That evening I got a
box, and after the second box I began to feel so much relief that I
hept on with them. I have Ripans Tabules always in the house
now and carry a package of them in my pocket.


One gives relief.


At drmisit s.
ThI Five-Cent packet is enough for an ordinary oce-asion.
The family bottle. 6o cents, contains a
supply forn year.


h CURE E Laaailubber Ducks f Sabara.
*"'The proverbial fondness of ducks
ap m 4si h Tgsmeit by wbkb Drunkards for water would lead one to presup
Sl WCamf DaYr I spy e pose that of all the world the most des
titute of ducks would be the Sahara
Oti iAss Slnes.. N W g*I the desert and that if a stray springtaill
on m un i r Mt. happened to drift into that region he
It is ow rally known and under- would either vamoose or turn up his
SIt mow gKralliy known and under- toes with briefest dell:y. Well. not at
Stood thi Drueaeusni a disease and W ot
mot weakesm. A body tilled with poison al" said a Fren .ai who wa.. for
and usW completely shattered by per- merely a resident of 'uni<
tellicalr comatant use of intoxicating "There are parts of the desert where
M q el lqies alnd antidote capable of ducks abound, flourish and multiply
tal'is ng and eradicating this poison, with every evidence of perfect satis-
adei4 oyig the craving for intoxi- faction. The fowl Is sl!ghltly different
mta. 8ere may now cure them- from any of the varieties we know it
home without publicity or los this country, but it lhas the same tfat
of im from business by thi wonderful
*OME iGOLD CURE." which has beu bill, extensive breast and wetb feet.
IpI l after many years of close study showing that It was once a water birdl.
S -i tataut eof inebriates. The faithful though now It scarcely linds enough to
aeeordingtodirections of this won- drink and has become too provident tc
6 1i discovery is rpively guaranteed waste any of the precious fluid In ablu-
t se-m te mo1 t otate case, no mat- tions. Like the other good Mussulmans
tarhow hard a drinker. Our records' of the country, they take their prescrib-
owe thearvelous tr sformao u Of ed bath In the sand, and their web feet
lboumif1 of Drunkards into sober. in. the nd an thr web feet
a atin ad irght en. come In very handy as snowshoes to
WIB UE YOUR HUSBANDS! walk upon the deep yielding dust. It
Ciiz)NEO CRBB YOUR FATHERS!! I t claimed by an eminent French oral-
ahf ~ ni i y is is o seee a nostrum but thologist that the Saharan ducks are
in ae el for thidialse only, and is the remains of a race of aquatic birds
S o k WydeTid and prepared that it which frequented those seas when the
18 o ly soluble and pleasant to present desert was a part of the Atlan
St b, so tat it, can be given in a tic ocean."
of tea or co-ee without the know-
f d hofe peson taking it. Thousands
of Dr arh a readthemselves with Her sv'w.t
tahiuls es nmedy, and as many more "I'm so lad you told me to keep
b beef cured and made temperate aroiutiI. Henry." she sil. "'I have
the"CURE"administered fust ben goitn: over heniin. and I find
"I.1 relatives without ithat I Iat e sav-ld $.'OO in tlie last three
| < t lill lcol or te&, and be- htotitsl'."
4* raorowe i i "OOTl. li eexela!timed "Where's the
mott deluded by apparent mo'f"
eI I -l-i improvement. Drive "Oh. I fiaven't got the money," she
O thediseasestocmand for all time. answered. "but the iet-ouits show that
2Te "HOME GOLD CURE" is @old at I have saved it Just the same."-Chl.
S tlexbioasly low prie of One Dollar, rago Post.
ieUemi t more m Beetal than others -
e sting 5 to $50. Fll directions ac-
Seach sia dvi. A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.
Iik. har- physicians when requested
w uoat etra 1hae. Sent prepaid to
Spa ofl the world on reelpt of One "Semethimg New Under the Son."
Dmr. Addrmes Dept. H22 EDWIN B.
G M& CO.. SVW0 and 2-232 Market All doctors have tried to ein-. Catarrh
; U PBblMhliu.". by the use of powders, acid gases. in-
A eow e strictly confidential. halersand drugs in paste form. Their


Element e PaS.
Me stumager monument ever existed
Um. that which was erected at the
p leta doe V lie by the inhabitants of
b -. nH Banover, er. o booor of a
pt. This, which took the form of a
I m i f -alem. contained a large
ias ease In whleb was hermetically
arimeI a tee ham cut from the anl-
Ed whl s me mory was to be handed
@ *eI to patUerty. Above was a hanud-
| sm e a b of marble, on which, en-
WBaved I letters of gold, was the fol-
b estit ir lprtio a InLatin: -"Pae-
S. eatmplate here the mortal re-
OmWI of the pig which acquired for
t IM tperishable glory by the dis-
e ry a the salt prtags of Lune-

bmge wmia l"Te.
It 1i maM that when Presldent Polk
Ms ald Bloa he was Impressively re-
WIGe l at IRaNil Hall market. The
et Wafted front of him down the
mth t of h market aonaoucing in
M Mass: "Make way, geteicaea. for
iaGeiMi at of the Ualted States. The
go oet the United states! Fellow
te hiehad a stepped lato one of the
atft to lek at some game. when the
W tm e re md suddenly and. fdd-
f11 epitf aleae, sedlealy changed
aftmeISOadeclaitmed: -my gracloI
Xam hasthat darwd idiot got tor


powder dry up the niu.uot s mniembranets
causing them to c-rac.k often antd blied.
The pIowe ful acids used inll the inhalers
have entirely eaten away the same menm-
branes that their makers have aimed to
cure. while pastes and ointments cannot
reach the disease. An old and experienced
practitioner who has for many year-.
made a cloAe study and specialty of the
treatntmntof Catarrh. has at li.t l-'-
fe't*.-d a Treatment which when faithfully
used. nt only relievers at once. but l.r-
manentlv cures Catarrh. liy renovitin
the cause, stopping the disaehares. andl
curing all inflammation. It is the only
rmedly known to science that actually
reaches the afflicted parts. This wouieir-
ful remedy is known as "'SNUFF LES tihe
(GiARAN.TIaKD CATAKRH Clit anId is Sold
at the extremely low price of One Dollar,
each pac-kage cotntaininl internal and ex-
ternal utedicine sufl-ienr f ir a full mouth's
treatment t and everything necessary to
its Ierfe4.t u.i4>.
"SNI'FFLES" is the only perfect
I'atarrh Cure ever made and is now r-c-
ognized as the only safe and positive
eure for that anunoing and dlisgnstinig
dise se. It cun s all ilinlaination *,ui,'kly%
and prmnannislv and is also ilnderfully
quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold i tht
'atarrh w ihen it..glett'd Iftn lad to,
consumplltion-"SIt Ia" .:s' will sa ..
you if you use at onee. It i-. no ordiinalyv
remedY.. but a complete trpatent whi it
is positively guaranteed to cun. Catirrhi
in any form or stage if used acmeeoring
to directions which aconmpanii eiaci
package. Don't delay but send for it at
one, and write full particulars as to
your condition, and you will re..ive
special advice from the discoverer of thin


*Butta Holese For Bla-ewkra i a
ign which peers oat thrdbh a rather
dirty window of a lower foor tene-
ment on the east side. In view of the
possibility that It might mean just
what it said and that the dealer really
sold holes for buttons a Tribune re-
porter Investigated.
A woman whose dress was a mixture
of bathing suit and ball gown answer-
ed his knock.
"You sell buttonholes here?' was
asked.
"Naw, we make 'em!" she exclalped,
with as much disgust as a very squeaky
voice was capable of showing.
"Well, the sign in the window says"-
"Never mind the sign!" she snapped
back. "What do you want with me?"
She was finally persuaded to tell
something of her new business.
"You see, it's this way," she began.
"The working girls who live over here
have to dress pretty well and do It on
little money. Most of 'em makes their
own clothes, but they have not too
much time to do the work in. Now. If
you was a woman you'd know that It
was mighty hard to make buttonholes,
specially by hand. Poor girls can't af-
ford buttonhole machines. They make
up the dresses and bring 'em over to
us, and we put In the buttonholes at
so much a hole, 'cording to the kind of
stuff and how well they wants it done.
And that's all there is to It."-New
York Tribune.


A Youthful FInanaier.
A correspondent asks. Will some of
your mathematical geniuses kindly tell
me If I am absolutely devoid of the
calculating faculty in not Iwing able
to see through the following three
cornered trick, shall I say? A beggar
boy asked an old gentleman In the
street for sixpence.
"What will you do with it If I give
you one?" asked the old gentleman.
"Turn it into ninepence quick." re-
plied the boy.
"How '"
"Give me the tanner, and I'll soon
show you."
The boy got the money. dat ted off to
a blker's shop and bought a three-
penny loaf. with which he returned to
the old gentlinan and banded himu
back 3 pennies.
"How's this? You said you would
make the sixliweno.e intrQniu-pence."
"So liihave. The baker's got three-
pence. you've got threepence and I've
got a thieepenny loaf. That's niu.e-.
penee."-Pearsun's Weekly.


I


The Lamabter of Saviage.
Thet get'ieral impression one derives i
frun' thief' accountsts given Is certainly
that n::v::ie triples are not victims of a
sullei de-pairi. but. on tbhe contrary.
have a large aind abundant mirth.
Their iaglhter and other signs of gosiI
spirits ar't if the nrmist enetrgetic kind.
Darwin :and a inil er of travelers its-
sure us on this prOint. T'h T r: sm-
nians. Linh, N,1'1tel t ls us. aus, t. >ni their liii i lii is of I;aei tIer I wiith
moveulentis of ti', lhands to the head
and q:it'k tilppingi rnoverenuts of the
feet. The loud. deep cliested character
of the linen's laughterr Is soinetlines
specially iot central Afriht regrets that under Eu-
ropean influence the deep chested.
ht'art:. laughite'r of tihe men is being re-
placed tby what Is known as the "mi-
sion giggle" in the younger folk.-ln-
ternational Monthly.


An Odd Nest.
A correspondent of Cassell's Maga-
zine records a curious freak on the
part of some wasps in Gloucester, Eng-
land.
The wasps were noticed going in and
out of a lock which secured a work-
shop door. The owner of the shop had
the lock removed to satisfy his curlosi-
ty about the doings of the busy work-
ers. lie found a nest Inside. The cells
were made of maud and were full of
larvae. There were several dead wasps
inside tlie lock.
As the lock was In almost daily use
the wasps could nmt have had a very
peaceful hIline.
bThe Voung of the Sea Devil.
Yo tiuay tiid lit the sea devil a curi-
ous Illustration of nature's system for
adjusting reproduction. TI're cod lays
several hundred thousand eggs at a
spawning because nearly all of them
must necessarily be lost while floating
on the waves and those which hatch
are mostly devoured. But the sea devil,
which produces but a single young one
at a time, retains the latter In Its belly
until tle inflint creatiure I from f iour


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Speer's Port Grape Wine
Nine Years Old,
Buergndy Right Years Old, and
Claret 16 Years Old.
Extensive Wine Cellars.
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DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. L
.NOrTHBOmNv -'hedule EffeLtive May 1.
No. 4 I No. 2 No. 1
:47.5 pin 7:23 am Lv...........Jawkmonville (A. V. & W.)..........Ar 8:55 pP
11:05 pm 10:55 am Ar..............Vaid 3:50manj 4:10 pm Ar.............Ma.on (G. S. & F.)........L.... l1:30) am
7.23 an, 7:3.- pnt Ar..................tlanta (C. of G.)..............Lv 8:00 am
1-)0 pum 12:30) am Ar............'hattanogmm (W.& A.)............Lvy 4.0.5aMi.
.5:55. pnm 5:3.- am Ar.......a....Niaill- (N.C. & St. L.)........... Lv 10:55 pmi
:1:25 am; 7:24 pm Ar......... Louis (I. 4'.)...........Lvi 8:36 am
7:25 pm 7:00ain Lv........... N.shvillt (N. C. &. St. L.)...........r 8:35 pm
1:47 pin 12:10 pin Lv...................artin (I. C.).................Ar' 2:55 pm
10:.-0 am ............... Ar....................ChimHjgo (I. C.) .........Lv...............
-7:3-m0 mj 3-:4 am Lv.............Nashville (L. & N.)...........Ar0:42 pm
12:50 nam 9:50) anm Ar.............E..vaniiville (L.& N.).......L....Lvj 6:35 pm *
9:1.3 aml 5::4) pm Ar............... (hiro (C. & E. I:)...........Lv11.-05 am 7.
No 4-DI XIE FLYER, carries through Pullman Buffet Sleepers between
sonvfl andl St. Louis. making direct connections for all points in the West
N tia'est. Through sleeping car reservations made to Louieville. Oineian


C ( only rquiring passengers to step frorm one car inP another.
ft. 2-DA.Y EXPRESS, coaches Jacksonville to Atlanta, connecting
--.NSA 29r. through sleeper Atlanta to St. -Louis. and at Nashville with through
Storatg. Ageing and Racking Wine. Chicago.
All corresponlance promptly answered and sleeping ear berths secured. WO
A wine made one year and sold the next is not a proper wine for glad to meet pamsengers at Depot in Jacksonville or my office, 224 West By
invalids; to get rid of its coarse and injurious elements requires Drop me a line.
years for it to lay in wood casks, and by frequent drawing off from L HA Gn' nt Traffic Department, Jacksonville.
its gross sediment, or the coarse parts it becomes rich and mellow .J. C. HAILL. General Passenger Agent. Savannah, Ga.
and valuable for invalids. It is sutidoritic, diuretic and blood making E. H. HIN.Tox, Traffic Manager, Savannah, 6S
from the iron in the soil of the Speer vineyards in Northern N. J.
The principal varieties are the Port. Burgundy, Sherry and Claret
and the Climax brandy. All these wines when stored for years and NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS I
drawn off from time to time in fresh fumigated casks become vastly. L
superior products and necessarily are more expensive. This is 7
why Speer's wines and Brandy are more costly and so far superior to
the California wines. They are absolutely pure; unexcelled by
any nl the world. Speer's wines are ordered by wealthy and refined Western & Atlantic Railroad.
*families in Europe where they are prescribed by physicians and are
esteemed for their superiority, velvety roundness, full body and re- DIXIE FL-Y ER RO UT"J E.
:fined flavor. The efficacy of these wines is wonderful. It has beenTIlRO I TRAINS TO
a study and a pride during Mr. Speer's life to produce a wine of the E D.Y I'I WIT TIIROII TRAINS TO
highest grade of perfection-not so much to make money as to excel* MEMPillS.
in getting a wine of the richest character. He has spared no labor, LoIUISVILI.E.
.nor expense in bringing his vineyards and wines up to the above CINCINNATI
high standard of excellence. The Climax ** Brandy twenty years and CHICAGO
old is equal to the finest French brands.
To be had of Druggists and Grocers who sell high class wines. COw'r.ii'I tho/.'u)ih Pllinun ,VTstib,,t'd Bff'et Steevers Jack-.oncile to


"hott'C'. '/we ~f Routed.


OCEAN STEAMS:


HIP


CO.


"Savannah Line."


For inforinittir-ii i,'litiv-' tio rat<'s. '-edlidle. -tc., ,or for sleeper reservations, write t.
I'. E. IIHAIMAN. lienI. l';ss Agent. TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pam. Agnt
.Atlanta. ii. Jacksonville. Fla,
II. F. SMIT'llI. Traffic Malnagir. Nashville, Tenn.
i+


BY LAND AND SEA.


Florida to New York. Boston anI the East.

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.

THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships from SAVANNAH. Four
SAILINGS EACH WEEK to NEW YORK MAKING CLOSE
Connections with]New York and Boston S lip Oa Sound Lines,
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with nion'lily sailing ?.whedthiles.


to six feet in length, so that when born Writ- for general information, sailing schedules. stateronin r -.er'\;itioln. or ,;ill nli
It is able to take care of itself and il in WALTER IHAWKINS, J. W. WILKINs N.
no danger of being destroyed. Gniiral A.ent.. Jacksonville. Fla. Agent. llaytonul. I'la.
i E. IFE'EVRE, Man:tger. W. H. I'L.: \- \N IA'. Tru'ati,. Mair.
Paper Covered Books. INew Pier, 35 North River. New York. N. Y.
The life of the paper covered books i
that accumulate on everybody's hands
and among which one sometimes finds
one she would like to keep may be pro- L 1 1
longed by this process: Cut a piece of
t gingham or print a triple larger than
the cover. I'asIe it to the paper cov- The GIvat Through Car Line from Florida-C. n.Tiections: i
ers and trim the edges. Dry under a The Atlahitict'oast Line. via ChaTrleston. Iti.-hiLnaml
weight and letter the title on the cov- T T'tHE and Washington. t
er. The cloth should be in one piece. E a t TIw h~Suthe rnI liilwiy, via Savaniiin. ('luinli S'ashingto in.
A Fallible Sign. loTI'hel Southern vi. via .1 siip. ATlinta iin Ciatta'o'
Irs. llousekeep-1 don't know much Tte 1"THE t 'te Louisvilhe & Na shii!e % 1 MoiiiiA',it'y.
about the new girl. but she's good W e The Southleni Ry. via Saviianna ii. ('oluili. A.oshville
natured and harmless. at any rate. The Mlobile & (hii U. It i it'l Mmg')iier.'v.
Mr. Housekeep-llow did you find "Nia Ei avn nlih nil (o-ian St'ar;, iii, o'i.pni i
that out? TO iTH' st Nw York. l'ilule-: ;i'ii l ,. "
Mrs. Ilousekeep-1 notice that she Vi Savannah and .Mr.rhaiii> inil .lin.,-r Tr.ai-iis.1r
sings at her work. station ciumpa.ity f.or li in., 'i..
Mr. Housckeep-Hugh! That's no and Waslhington.
chsign. A mosquito does that.-E- ge.o Key West nd Havana. via Penin:sular anld (,.hil:ttal St.arlli-.iip l't.oip.wIv
ch..ge. ...- To Nova .otia. Capellreton and I'ritice Edwarls Islandil viai 4.,;i ;ui.lI ( nlil a.
Original. Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax. lliwkesluiy 111 'li;ii rlt tei o i.
"What do you think of my Ideas?" In- W inter Tourist Tickets
quired the would be contributor. Win er TOurist Tickets
"Well." replied the editor. handing will be on sale throughout the Northern. Easter,.. W'.t *rii ai, .,,,:,i ..tii Sta i,. tto
back the nianuser!pt, 'you've got one all Florida resorts, via the Plant Svystem during the ,i !.g10.,. 1.412. limit,,e to
very oii;tcral idea." return until May 21st. with the liberal stop-over pri i!l e-. i Frid, ::
ve aty or ,al Iea. Addrties of larti" in the North wsnt to the u.i.lericn*d wiil I.. lib6.r;.l!- ,i,.
"W'hat's that?" plied with all information and handtionime advertising m natt-ir. i
"'our idea that your ideas are origl For information as to rates. sleeping car reservations, .*t. .ail o r, w r., t
nal."--Phladelphla Press. F. M. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent. 138 West IlavV St.. Jacksonvil. Florida.
B. IENHAM. (General Superintendent, It. W. WItENN. Pa". Tratfi. Mal ...
Irrom Tih Ocala l ning Sla Savannah, Ga. S ta.inI. G(aa. -
O( A. 'il 1I t.. 19411;
"e aire indelt.d to Mr. <,e.r-C ('lose
for tlih.e tiliest callia tnd lettuce we
have ever*el"-t11 rowniia i'loridta. Mr. K
Closei.' s is a 111ll l itin Jillie jd i'llt. and one I I i
oif thie Ii i..t sl!,...... .t',. ..... .. *_ 1


Tri- Weekly Sailings
I.:ETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
I'nllilng at Charleston. S. ('.. Il h ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Dircit Service Between


JACKSONVILL,. BOSToN AND PR.OVIDINCE.
AND ALL ASTERN POINTS.
Calling at Charleston kBoth Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


Sovthhound
Northbound..


.... From Lewis' Wharf. Boese
................... from foot Catherine street, JackssedbM


CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
(INeltary Lin.)
Between Jacksonville and Sanord
'l' EAT PAIKA.' t ASTOR, ST. FR.ANc'l BERESFORID. (DELAW2)
iIX~lE SI 'RlN; aindl ln-rn'edi.Lte Louidinigs on ST. JOHNS RIVER.

STEAM1ER City of Jacksonville,
CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
IS Ari'OINTED TO SAIl, AS FOLLOWS:
Leaves Jackso.ville 3:30 p. m,. Sunday, Tuesdays and Thursdays
Leaves Sanford 9:30 a. m. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays
ad thbound. H 'EDFI LE Northboaad
ead eldown Read up
A-:v ,#' ": 1 l ........... ......... IAl KS' ONVI LLF.............. r iv. 2:. 0 a
:45 j i oin.... ........ ......... '1ATKAR........ ...... ....L a .. SO pm
:t; i lli i.................................. Ns'rm .............. 0 ......... .
S......................-- .pm
: a m ............. ..R I .... ... ................ 1 :4)0 P
:: ait an........... ....... L E S RIN s R.........:0& am
rriv-e N:30a ni............. .............SANFORD......1 :3 am


General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.


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