Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: January 11, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Volume ID: VID00418
Source Institution: University of Florida
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for anything in the following lines: vi
Stadonery Newspapers Magazine

Fishing Tackle
Bike Supplies

M cal Goods
Toilet Articles
Sporting Goods
Bird Cages and
Window Shades

Artist's Supplies

Pocket Knives
School Supplies

SLowney's and Wiley's Chocolates always fresh. Sewing machines for sale,
fqr net, aad repaired. AU sorts of tools and machinery repaired promptly.
......Picture Frames Made to Order......

Wat You Want ......Why! Call ot BARNES.

Are the only kind we carry. Our price are marked in plain
figures, and we have one price for everybody and that the
lowest. We enumerate below a few pri s:
California ancy cured Winchester hams, per pound .................... 1
Wisehterpremium hams, per pound ......................................14'c
Northern premium salt pork, per pound................................1...11%c
Arbuckle 'Crof e ....................................................... 12c
Three pound can of choice Pumpkin..........................................10c
Black-eyeM, and navy Beans, per quart................................
Fancy Prunes, 3 pounds for ....................................................... 25c
F 4W guaranteed strictly fresh.............. ................................. 3 C
Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds for............... ......................... $1.00
Prices SLI ject to change.
North Ri gewood Avenue.
J. R. COLE, Telephone 4.

WGrS ed ha always fresh at the OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL
Gramling lakery.
0-rHtoliday all the year round at
Maryland republicans ay the Schley Maakeuzie'e.
afaircost them the State. It may yet F. A. Manu is now the editor of the
cost Toddy his scalp. Peninsula Breeze.
l.i.SeAwing machines for sale. rent and
g Furaished rooms for rent,onSouth repaired at Blarnes' Novelty Store.
Palmetto avenue. inquire of F. G. Lind- Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Vanhome. of Rock-
berg. I ford. Ill.. are late arrivals at the Halifax
Bran bread, the gat brain dee House.
MTBrain bread, the great brain devel,

oper and nerre builder, freeh eery day
at the Gramling Bakery.

The touristeseason is infuM blast. Now
is the time to come to Floirda and enjoy

I If yon want your painting and
paper hanging done in a workman-like
manner consult Kost & Gwinner.

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We have just received a large
stock of goods manufactured
by the National Biscuit Co.
They are strictly high grade
and nothing can be found to
equal them. Here are some
of them.

Graham tWafers
Brownie Wafers
Fruit Cake
Almond Bon Bons
Butter Grems
Five O'clock Teas
Oawega Crackers
Minuette Wafers
Water Bismuit

Morrell's Breakfact lwon., tih,
finest that money can buy.

We have the largest and filuest
line of cereal foods in the city.

We have the largest ast-ortinwnt
high grade canned goods in the
county. The prices. of course
are right.


Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Elsall and Mrs. R.
S. Nelson, of New Smyrna, were Daytona
visitors Tuesday.
The Labadli. Company play 1 "Mi-
ralda" to a fair sized crowd at the opera
house last Saturday evening.
The Cracker liens are again on strike,
and the price of eggs is out of sight. They
are now selling for 3.5 cents per dozen
and hard to get at that.
. The Big Four will give the last dance
of the first series at the opera house next
Tuesday evening. It is probable that
one or two more series will Li- given (dir-
ing the season by the cliub..
Clarence Na.sh li. in'-,edl his tin shopl
in the n.w building n'cently en-cted
east of the armory. 'I'l- buLtilding he re-
cently vacated will t-. remodeled and
made into a dwellii l.,,.-c..
The launch Colunmiia. which is now
plying daily bet~w, 1n here and New
Sumyrna crries a goinlly list of pa*-
senpgrs every trip The schedule of the
boat aplq'a ;r. in il ,i r ad ve.rt ising columns.
t 'l' Iii llls' repairld a..Il re-covered
at linrs" N S,-lt. Store.

C It of 1it- '. .aini ; is croqitie( player. Wed-
in Ida.l; hi iii inted his friend. F. J. Boyce,
ov.-r tb hi" .Iautiful peninsula home and
then proceeded to do him up to the tune
of four games.
I..Pictiures framed toi rlrer at Barnes'
Novelty Store.

We d,.-ire to call the attention of our
readers to the new ad. of William Eick
which appears for the first time in this
issue of the Gazette-News. Mr. Eick
handles the choicest oysters on the mar-
ket and whatever you may purchase
fr omi him needs no written guarantee as
t to quality. He also hanlles ivressedt
Spoiiltrv iandi ish.
*a r...\riii-t- sUipli.s at Barntii Novelty

Th- Statl' mental Association will
n ieet in convention here on the eighth of
i next May. The association has a niemi-
i erhilp of l.'-It alid it is expected that at
least 100 of thein will be in attendance
at the convention. A number of lect-
urerm andl demonstrators will be present.
The committee, on arrangements is as
follows: Dr. I). D. Beekman. Chairman;
and Dr. G. E. Mordn,. of Daytonia. and
Dr. Hanna, of IUmatilla.
gW-Grabham and rye bread at the
Gramthag liker,.
( Chas. A. St'-le aud George Pollard
i have opened a cycle livery in the room
next to Birchwood's meat market.
These two well known and popular
gentlemen will carry a fine stock of
wheels of standard makes which th.-y%

The Hotel Ormond opre to day.
iOnly the best at the Gramliag
A great many of the business plaese in
the city have already installed electric
WChoice fruit, conhetions, shells
curioe, etc., at Mackenie's. Everybody
is welcome.
David Scott, of Fredonia, N. Y., ar-
rived Wednesday and Is stopping at tim
Halifax House.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Migeon and Mr.
and Mre. F. J. Boyce went to New
Smyrna on the Columbia yesterday.
Owing to the increased cost of fed the
milk dealers have been obliged to raise
the price of milk to a shilling a quart.
8. E. Bullard and L. 0. Bawson were
down the river yesterday looking for
ducks. We understand they bagged a
goodly number.
Barnham K. Watson, of Prior Lake,
Mirnesota, returned to Daytona last
week and is with his daughter, Mrs. A. I.
Reed for the winter.
Ladies. I have just received a nice line
of Battenburg patterns. I have also a
new lot of materials for finishing same.
Mas. J. A. DoroLAus.

W. McAuliffe, chief room clerk of the
Royal Palm, at Miami, stopped off at
Daytona Wednesday to chat with his
old time friend, Landlord Chamberlin of
the Palmetto.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert I. Reed and son,
William Watson Reed, from Racine, Wis-
consin, arrived last week and are liv-
ing in the south wing of the Stillman
house on north Beach street.
Anyone passing the Hotel Despland
and seeing the broad smile on the face of
C. B. Evans would know that he had de-
feated someone at cribbage, a game he
is very fond of. F. J. Boyce is his latest
E A. Brohm, the enterprising landlord
of the Port Orange Hotel, brought his
launch to Daytona Wednesday to have a
new two-horse power DeMooy engine
installed in it. He purchased the engine
through E. T. Conrad, the local agent.
Mrs. Letcher Riker, of Harrodsburg,
Ky.. and Miss Lucile Owen, of Chicago
who are spending the season atOrmond,
were Daytona visitors Tuesday and
registered at Schmidt's Villa for dinner.
They were accompanied by Miss Mary
Simrall, of Ormond.
The city council met in special session
Monday evening and requested Mayor
Ludwig to issue the election proclama-
tion calling the annual city election on
February 12th. E. F. Mansfield, E. W.
Green and Dr. W. E. French were ap.
pointed inspectors, and A. McF. Porter
was delegated to act as clerk.
W-iA large new line of shell novelties,
for souvenirs at Barnes' Novelty Store.

"Dad" Matthews entertained twelve
drummers at the City Hotel Wednesday
of this week. Mr. Matthews informs us
that more traveling salesmen have vis-
itedl Daytona this fall and winter than
ever Ibfore in the history of Daytona.
This demonstrates that considerable
business is being transacted by our mer-
liBoston Brown Bread and Baked
Beans at the Gramling Bakery to-day.
The churches of the city, and in fact
throughout the land, are observing this
as a week of prayer. Union services
were held at the Congregational church
Monday and Tuesday evenings; in the
Baptist Wednesday and Thursday even-
ings; last night they were held at the
Methodiet Episcopal church, where they
will be repeated again this evening.
I i'hoenix Silvestris palms for sale.
apply to E. N. Waldron.
George Lufburry, the multi-millionaire.
who owns a beautiful place on the pe-
ninsula opposite Port Orange, is build-
ing a factory to work up the palmetto
tree into useful articles. He has dis-
covered that from the root of this plenti-
ful tree one of the best tanning acids
known to science can be made. Mr. Luf-
bury owns large factories and laborato-
ries in France, and is one of the leading
chemists of that country.
al.Eastmau kodaks and supplies at
Barnes' Novelty store.

Last Friday evening between six and
seven o'clock a wheel belonging to Geo.
L. Watson disappeared from in front of
his store, and about the same time the
editor's wheel was taken from in front
of our sanctum. Word was imme-
diately telegraphed to the officers at Pa-
latka, DeLaud. St. Augustine and Jack-
sonville. to make special efforts to locate
tne thieves. Thursday Deputy Sheriff
Rodgers received a letter from Sheriff
Perry. of St. John's county, stating
that he had recovered the wheels and
had two young white men in custody.
The men gave their names as James
Jackson and Murray Johnson. Upon be-
ing searched a pistol was found on each
of them and they are serving out a
ninety days' sentence at St. Augustine
ftir,-arryiniig 11eaed weapons. Their

WSemethg mw every day at

HeO. C. L. Smith was a visitor to
Tfmmfle the tter part of last week.
The ngalar weekly heard party was
hedd at Palmetto Thureday evening.
a laip lot of new spring syle in
ladies' Oflord ties camm i this week at
Hiloe. N
Choice furnished rooms on Beach street
for rent. Inquire at the GAxmTT-.Nws
Miss Belle Maley was at New Smyrna
at week, the guest of Miss Alice
Mrs. MeGrlE gave one of her enjoyable
dances Tesday evening which was well
The eity election pot is beginning to
seihe and camiklates for the various of-
Seern a bobbing up.

Sk dI week. This you can feel sure
of getting if you take your watches to
Wray's (jeweler) Music Store.
Wm. Wicking has workmen raining
and otherwise improving the building
occupied by Erickson's harness shop.
The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society meets
with Mrs. J. C. Withers on North Beach
street next Tuesday afternoon at two

Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Thorn arrived from
Rahway, New Jersey. last Saturday.
Mr. Thorn is a prominent lumberman of
his section.
I@.Kost & Gwinner, the painters and
paper hangers, are artists in their line,
and you will make no mistake in con-
sulting them.
Arthur Pellett and Frank Hand left
Monday with the launch Cruiser for
Miami, where they will run the boat
during the season.
Mrs. J. S. Curry, of Easton. Georgia,
is a guest of the White House at Sea,
breeze. She expects to visit Cuba before
returning to her home.
TheGAzzrrz-Niws is on sale at 'lark's
and Barnm news stand every week. It
is also on file in all the leading hotels
throughout the state.
At the late State Teachers' Association
in Ocala 8245.50 were collected to pay
expenses, ana $296.27 were paid out.
leaving a deficit of $50.97.
Miss Josie Rogers, daughter of our eo-
teemed townsman D. D. Rogers, has just
received her diploma as a trained nurse
from the Memorial Hospital. of Brooklyn.
There is such a demand for milk in
Daytona that it is being shipped in from

The Parkinson ho- now h mati 1

A. R. Harper, the musical tr umet
man, i in the cty.
B. Foley, of Athelm, Oho, is a late
arrival at ti Daytom Hoese.
W-Sailing yacht for charter; also
launch. Enquri of E. A. Libhrg,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Braman, of Osweg,
N. Y.. are late arrivals at tihe Europea
J. H. Conklin, of Clinton, Il., arrived
this week and is stopping a the Grand
Miss Hael Stillng was visdang with
friends at Cocoa this week, returning
home Wednesday.
For hunting, hneg, boating, anad
having a royal timela gmeral, there Inso
place like Daytoia.
J. E. Duncan, Jr., of Boston, mad F. H.
Heard, of New York, ame regiteWd at
the Grand Atlantic.
S. H. Gove left Tuesday for MelbourM,
Hobe Sound and Palm Beach on busine.
He will return today.

R. I. Wall expects to leave snet Wed-
nesday for the Isle of Pines, where he will
remain for about a month.
A number of the Holiness people have
left town this week much to the estia
faction of the majority of oar cities.
Miss Blanch A. Woods, of Botoa, who
has been stopping at the Hotel Kespland
for the past few weeks, left Thursday for
J. M. Fuquay now carries the mail for
G oodall as well as Seabrese postofee.
This arrangement went into efeet the
first of the year.
&.Mrs. J. A. Donglass is selling out
all her trimmed and untrimmed hats at
greatly reduced prices in order to make
room for new goods.
Mrs. George Findley, one of the oldest
residents of the peninsula, has beea ae-
rioubly ill for the past couple of weeks,
but is now improving.
Ex-Senator Bristol, of DeLand, who
had a slight stroke of paralysis several
weeks ago is much improved, and will
soon be himself again.
D)aytona is sorely in need of a dog
catcher. As it is now about ten yellow
curs roam the streets without tags, to
every one that wears the little piece of
Miss Clare Wilkinson returned Thurs-
day from an extended visit with frisads
in the North. A number of her numer-
ous friends were at the depot to welcome

New Smyrna. John M. Davis. of that her home.
place, sends up a number of cans ever Benjamin Mason returned Monday
day. from a week's visit to Hastings. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 1'. Pornher and four' Mason expects to start planting 22

children, who have been the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett since Christ-
mas, returned to their home at Rock-
ledge Tuesday.
Admiral Dewey and Mrs. Dewey went
through Daytona Tuesday enroute for
Palm Beach, where they will remain for
several weeks. They were accompanied
by only a maid and valet.

acres of potatoes sometime next week,
if the weather permits.
The annual meeting of the Daytona
Public Library and Reading Room As-
sociation will be held in the Opera House
Monday. Jan. 13th, at 3:30 p. m.
M. 8. ATwooD, Secretary.
Judge W. G. Ewing, of Chicago, will
deliver a lecture on Christian Science, at

Henry Schmidt has purchased the two the Daytona Opera House, on Tuesday,
lots adjoining his hotel on the north and January 21, at 7:00 o'clock. This lee-
will convert them into a beautiful park, ture is free to all. Come and bring your
for the convenience of his guests. A friends.
tennis court will be laid out, and many J. R. Cole, the enterprising grocer, has
other improvements added. just received a Booster self-measuring
ML.Large stock of umbrnlla-s at Ilill's. kerosene tank, also a Moneyweight
computing scales. Both the articles are
The plans for the auditorium of the of the latest improved patterns.
East Coast Chautauqua at Melbhourne
have been completed, and S. H. Gove. For latest time cards to all points
of this city, now has a force of men at write to F. M. Jolly, div. pass. agt.,
work on the building. It will have a Jacksonville; J. A. Taylor, div. pass,
seating capacity of 1,000 people. The agt., Tampa; B. W. Wrenn, pass. traL
platform will be large and will have two mgr.. Savannah.
banks of Moats for the chorus.
No single track railroad in the United
.ITrunks. suit cases and telescopes States has a cleaner record in the matter
at Hill's. of the safety to life and limb than the
The complete winter h,,dule of the Florida East Coast Railway. There has
F. E. C. Ry. will be effective, on and after never been a serious accident on the
next Wednesday. Trains will then ar- road in its history.-St. Augustine
rive at Day tona asfollows: Northbound Record.
4:39 a. m.. and 3:31, 4:07 and 6:52 p. m. Vice-President Parrott and Puperin-
The ones bound south will arrive as tendentGoff. of the Florida East Rail.
10:56 a. m.. and 1:16, 3:43 and 11:33 way. Robert Murray, manager of the
p.m. All of the above mentioned trains., Ponce de Leon, and J. A. McGuire,
with the exception of the ones that ar-I passed through iDaytona Wednesday in
rive at 10:.36 and 4:39. are now running i Mr. Parrott's private car for the lower
IWFinest line of homo-made .anudlie at Ea.t C'oamt.
the Gramling Bakery. The Chicago American, Milwaukee
The next Great Council of Fl,.rida, will Journal and Fon du LacCommonwealth
meet in the wigwam of Osceola Trilbe on last week each had a one-column story
the 11th sleep of February. with re.pr. .-o ii the Almacigos Land Company in the
sentatives from every tribe in tih. IHunt. 11-Isle f Pines. This is the company in
ing Ground of Florida. (urandl (' of R which Robert I. Wall and Benjamin Ma-
of the U. S. Wilson Brook will bo pr.l-- son are interested.
ent as representing the U rand lu.nhon,. A syndicate composed principally of
of the United states. Thern. .may l b l, 'al capitalists hbasi made J. H. Niver
public meeting with a long talk y i ffer for his property, situated at the
Mr. Brooks and other weiI know Red f
Mr. Bros and other knoiert of Beach street and Live Oak
Men. avenue. If the offer is accepted a hotel
WIPastry that is dainty, delicious and ; of the Flagler type will be erected on
nutritious at the Gramling Bakery. the site. W. H. Peters is behind the
.. .- i project.

A party of ten person went owi 0to
Hawks Park in launch Illinois Tuesday
of last week. returningSaturdayeveni.;;g.
The party consisted of Mr. and Mrs.
Ekey Sr., M. B. Ekey, Owen Ekey. Will
Stewart, Edward Snider. and the Misses

A match race is being arranged
between Arthur M. Pellett's launch, the
Cruiser, and the Osceola which belonged
to Gynne Tompkins of Baltimore, but
now at Miami. The race, if arranged,

Soon the Boi


Will Ring

Camling the chda" to =ebho a m
children will be aMd; om wE aot
They wilHal be glad the have a a
of our Webster School Shoes. They a
acknowledged to be the bat ehool dm
made, and thi you get a Weetes
Dictionary, with eah pair.





Yours to Pase

Moore Bros.


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It is a Fact

That we have the fanet asortment of
groceries in the city. Priem are right.




Cemmo SeaftSh ore" m DMdA wONM..

aLWheat nuts, the popular breakfast
food, at T Pot Grocery.
Register and be enabled to cast your
vote in the coming election.
Geo. H. Foote's was the first place in
the city to be lighted by electricity.
All who are not already registered
voters should rgister sometime this
11A general cut in prices all along
the line to make rrom for SPINO OcoODS
at Moore Brothers.
Live Oak Chapter, No. 5, 0. E. 8. will
install offlcbrs for the ensuing year Tues-
day evening Jan. 24th, 8:30. Masons
and their families are ,ordially invited.
The ladies of the Catholic Church are
preparing to give a fair and bazaar, in
the Armory, the week after next. They
have a large supply of valuable and use-
ful articles to desope of. Ioth by -ale
and chance.
Hon. William G. Ewing, of Chicago.
former Judge of the superior Court of
Illinois, will address the people of Day-
tona on Christian Science, at the Opera
House, Tuesday, January 21. at 8:00
o'clock. All are cordially invited to hear
this noted speaker.
Friends of Charles L. Smith are trying
to persuade him to allow his name to be
used as a candidate for mayor. There is
every reason in the world why Mr. Sraith
is as good a man as could he found to
fll the mayorality chair. He is a man of
experience in public affairs, and has been
honored with the highest offces in all
the organizations of which he is a mew-
ber. He is one of those men built on the
standard gauge principle, and would
without a doubt handle the reins of the

Rooms Fon Ra T.-Dining room,
kitchen and two bed rooms, call at the
Up-to-Date barber shop or at Gasorm.
Naws office.
Mr. and Mrs. Haselhurat, ofSavannah,
Ga., arrived yesterday and are stopping
at the Parkinson House. They are mak-
ing a tour of the East Coast.
Christian Sciene lecture at the Daytona
Opera House, Tuesday, January 21, by
Judge Was. G. Ewing of Chicago. Ill.
Free to all. Lecture begins at X.00
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Lewis are again oc-
cupying their home at the corner of
Ridgewood and Magnolia avenues.
They are taking their maals at the Par-
kinson House.
Messrs. John Hobbs, .J. L. Hamilton,
H. V. Hammond, Will Wetherell and
Yonkers left Tuesday for Melbourne to
begin the construction of the new Chan-
tauqua building. S. H. Gove has tle
The DeLand baseball team played the
Stetson boys a game Wednesday. The
score stood 8 to '!in favor of i)eLand at
the close of the game. This is the sec.
ond game they have won from the Stet-
ason since Christmas.
M. F. Lynch. confidential secretary t,
August Belmont the Wall street banker.
aud M. J. Layden representing the
Rogers Theatrical company, were in the
city this week calling on W. H. Peters.
During their stay in the city they wern
at the Grand Atlantic.
Judge William G. Ewing, of Chicago
will lecture here on Christian S"cl-t in
Daytona Opera House Tuesday January
21st. The Judge is one of Illinois mote
able and elequest lawyer, a friend of
Abraham Lincoln, district attornasy



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Prblisbed Every Uatwway.

$1.50 per hm St uk* InhaAdvance.
sbwbcopy hi 01A

Ws ave you in4vetatd the merits
of the Baner Oil Heater? Niver & Son
al tahem.
Mrs. iaa Beak, of Syrnoe, N.- Y.,
who ba I Mspdiling a few weeM with
sre ousin, Mrs. Leora Bemnedt, returned
to her home on Friday after making
may pleasant acquaintances in Day-

ADVERTISING RATE&B Mu. Lanrence Thompson will leave
Dhiplay, 10c pet Inch Each nlsertion. about the Irst of Fet ey for a month'@
Readers, lOc per Line Each Insertioa. visit with her eon, L.. .Tbompson, who
oeupleg a'gowtundt poeltton Io r Wa-
g8Communications on live topics of ana. Miss Mtin wnill accompany her
local interest wlinited. Anything per-
taining to personal griewnvee or quarrel Roy P. Barker is busy getting things
will not Ioe published except over the in readiness for the concert to be given
writer's signature. and at our regular at Seabreese next month. Beeides the
advert isin t ra, t-, talent we mentioned last week, Miss
Evelyn Clark, Daytona's charming mu-
S* t at I at seiian, has consented to render selections.
Enter-l ;at i1 .' totvide at Daytona,,
'l4,rid:. is rnd ("lam Matter. C. K. Ebertp. representing the South-
ern Printer's Supply Co., of Washington,
SSaturdaD. C., was In town this week selling the
Saturday, *. 1, 1 various printers new type. Mr. Eberts
.- Mays Daytona is the prettiest little town
CAUCUS! in all his territory.
A caut-us of the qualifld voters (f the -
City of Daytona will iew he-l at the CARD OF THANKS.
Armory. onday ning. Jan. 13th.,at We x tend to our friends. and es-
Armory. Monday venn Jn 1that peially to the alifax Rifles and Knights
7:.0 oclok. for t..te" urpotie of nonina- of Honor our sincere thanks for their
sing a full ticLt tol Ib voted for at the kindness and rirtesi"s during our late
coMuting uni'iildl ,.li-tion. bereavement.

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-- The county school hoard held its
I.The -CnWF(IOn SN.aK" it M oire regular monthly meeting, all mem-
Bro.. for nmn and women. bers present.
Th. R..,,i,.r (Oil Heater can'tt Iw tCommissioner Chandler reported

beat. Niver& So, '11 t's.ni.
Mr. and Mrs. Mi, :wIl Sachs. of" New.
ark. Ohio. arriv'.i Tuiirsda.y and are at
The Oak,...
R 1ev. Hlak's in the4r 4lied la..t Sunda.y
at her honme in Illinois. Mr. Hawk wilh
probably arrive home to-day.
At this wrilina Victor Vuillaume i.-
very low w ith pneumonia. His many
friends earinetly l.hoi, for his recovery.
Mrs. It L. ar.v. of Philadelphia. it
oneof the lItIt.t arrival,. at the Bennott
How'. Shi- will remain during the sea
Mirs. Sutton and daughter. Miss Lucy.
of Akron. Ohio. arrived Tlhur.-day even.
iagand have r'utt'd roonts in Mr. Wick-
S king's houins.
. Moore Brotb rs have just received ai
consignment of'-th' t'rawfild shoo-.
They are by far t a handsomest sho,
there is on the market for the price.
iiDl)r. ;. Morton Marcus. the wel
known optician, will return to Daytona
on or about Jan thle 2'tih for th4ewintel
Date (f his arrival will al|lear in thi-
H*rger aid llHugo llolm made a round-
trip to DIaytona last week on foot. The i
went over in nine hours, after visiting L
couple of days. they made the return triI
in ninu- hours. A HBerger is only tei,
years old and Hugo sixteen, the time thl
trips were made in slpaks well for thO
staying qualitiet. of the lads-and the
roads of N'olusia county. The distance
is about thirty muilhe.-Ilh.land Supple-

A PI'x-ial term of circuit court will con-
veue next Monday for the trial of the
nmuch-talked of It-oiwk cases. Theecease.
ecvatt-d -oni sidl.rabllf interest through-
out this i'-tion several months ago.
liroeLk va attflicted with a multiplicity
of wives. He %was in the custody of the
sheriff for i-veral weeks under a writ of
. the ex l. but finally made his escapeand
went Iwyond the jurisdiction of the
court .-Ik.Land Supplement.
Rowbert I. L.mdlerg, who has been suf-
iering with consumpintion for upwards of
n year, paised to the Great Beyond
Thursday morning. The funeral was
held yesterday mrninig and was largely
attended. v.Langdion officiated. Tbhl.
iteriment % in 'i Pinmwood c..l 'te'r.
Mr. l.iintl r.I \v;iw- in hii- 2Mth yvnwr at
lth111 inu1 tl hii- death. He s.rveI a.
private during' ilt- Si6aniish-Amieti'an
War. and an es'--ort from tlhe ranks tol
tiw hl.lii.ix Irifk- itte.-cidl.u twe futeral. I


Sfluttering or irregular pulsa-
tuons are an indication of weak-
mes of the nerves or muscles !
of the heart. A weakness long
continuedd produces deformity
and organic disease. If your
S heart adon is weak, make it
strong. Build up the muscles
and strengthen the nerves with
the greatest of all heart reme-
des, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
wife suffered greatly with
ilpatldlou of the heart, smoth-
ertfspe'ls and IsO of sleep. BSh
fun immediate relief from Dr.
Miles' Heart Cure and after a
ao couire her trouble all
di-Bueaed." 1

Vo.A A

that he had shipped seven desks from
Osteen to the Coronado school.
The appropriation for teach hlr a:
Emporia .- -hot: w'as. itiireatedt to

C'omrisi.ioner ('handler i ported
that he had moved the desks frten.
the Saulsville school and stored then:
in the warehouse at Osteen.
The resignation of E. F. Daytoin
and A. S. Hlarroun as trustees. at
Seabreeze sub-district, were received
and accepted.
Resignation of J. D. Hubbard, su-
pervisor of Lake Ashley school, waIs
acceptedd and school discontinued.
The superintendent was instructed
to order a warrant register.
The Orange City colored school was.
allowed V- tur repairs on building.
An appropriation of $15 was made
to defray the expenses of a special
lecturer for county institute, and thec
Superintendent was authorized tocali
institute when he deemed advisable.
Commioner Knapp was authorized
to furnish the Coronda school with
store, pipes, etc.
After auditing the usual number
>f bills the board adjourned.

AMNG 906MM A Ga beteb and SnNf
emck? setaaour opinion fae n
ftaIM OM agency ftor eeewruwtag~Mo ts.
Patent* taken t Meaw Co. reeCo.

culation of any sctenlo oural.Ternn. 4 a
year-.furonths.$ L MOM byaj noeudesaiwa.
W susi,.NwwTl
arm s.&5 ftirt.. W~beebatn. DO

Phbw SI

F. W. SAUMS, & lm-- -
Rates: $2 and Upwand; Spial to
Regler Boarders.

Thompson, am.

High Grade Taflorig a .pseialty.
Suits made to order for 18 and
up; Pants for 84 and upwards.

Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.

acter and good reputation in each state
(one in thin county required) to repre-
nent and advertise old established
wealthy business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expelawis additional, all payable in cash
ea-h Wedneeday direct from head ofmce.
Horse and carriage furnished when nee-
,rwary References. Enclose self-ad-
drewied-stamped envelope. Manager,
:116 CaI'xton Building, Chicago.

1Beautifully Located on Ridgewood Ave.,
Daytona, Florida.

A .now houre,. hiatetdthroughout liy hiot
air. new furnishings. everything i
t o mlllke glpst.' folfll't el '
Sates IRasstlile.

I Mrs. George Sllverail. Prop.

i he Palms
l'h i.s popi ,1ulr home-like boarding
huiset is hleautifully situated on
lieah'l Strw.t fuaing the Halifax
.r. 'Th roo .' I
thol talile Iutrd excellent. The I
h,, I,- is lit thr l.lorks from the i


Rv Ilj.I, wa nIfll- orNhuaiiror -'-fa Brnimh 4.en tra 11
o ftce' V. W i' V li..to t 01sei lil l thlis x'. irlilly.
tio're is a glll folIiu~tirI.'114 ight iat). 'O range.

ATUTORNEYS ALUORE. Kindl give got.l rn.fr.vn..e. h.- w rit-_
J. N. Stripling is at present in Tln: A T. lonRs H 'LI.AI.I; hr. r.
Washington, D. C.. looking after his b \ In NAT'. 4n1110
political fences. W while there it is llh itratt.Il .taini,. 4 1'. st:p11 .
said he will confer with the United -
States Attorney General relative to It 1) VENNINI;
the Post-Wilmans case and the six-
teen indictments found against her
and Col. Post and Chas. Burgman, II.l.aid. Florida.
which Col. Bisbee. Otis Green, T. A. Will practice. in State and Fe.deral C'oirts
Ledwith and G. C. liedell, the attor-
neys for the defense. are now endeav-
oring to quash. ri-is case, which has W illiam E icK,
attracted national attention, will
come up in the L'nited States' court Dealer in...
here on January 13th. when some'
tine legal sparring is expected, inas-' ySteis, FISh and
much as the defendants have also
been indicted in Macon. Ga., for a Dressed Poultry.v
similar offense musing the mails for
fraudulent purposes), committed at a
later date. it is not improbable that
Hon. Marion Erwin and his assistant,
Alexander Ackerman, of Macor.. will T'll'.ihl.n I Souti hI i.,'h S,,t ..T
be here to take rotes and center ith
the United State" attorneys here W\iT.I,-St-Vlt ,. I'i.im,,^ <, Ci*
MIr. Erwin *ill ibv rem em bered for ; 1t't< ani l :>,,. l ,liiuttati,, n i' n 'hi S'tll I ,
h.., connection: with the celebrated t a I ;i ,ti.,,s.. ,,Il ,..'di lt.i hl'
t arter-tvre"it-Gaynor case. in Savan- wev lthiy huvn'itis ho,,i- 4f f.li,! tan.ial I
nah. and he has recently heea ap- stailiniig. Sl.'ry 1i .4 \\r, I.\ ih
pointed special assistant. Attorney ,,xeln s aIlliti i al1. l l ,aybi. d,, in -.1-h
,a generall of the I united States at Il1 1' and, ari;v iurish,. h1 I 'n *i.-

It is also ii;0' that .1. NJ heney. of *lrIrs.'l s.a-t i-il, I -nil, M.Hi.mg';I.
COrlaudo. is a ixious to take a hand in il; '-' n i'Uiling. ('hi a,,
this case. He is on applicant for the C.A
United States district attorneyship iM ,nw.
at Jacksonville, and is now marshall-
ing his forces with that end in view. D Y k ?
-.Iacksonville Metropolis. O OuSmoke?. No
g\ % II. t},.- u ,, i ]:',.,' lfixll
( if ar-. i, \\ hill lllh t0 !4 th
The "BUl e" Damube. ltin,.t imtii ,li; *i.- thi, .
Those of the Austrian poets who are A Itrg,'t a. t n, :t ;at lth,'
fond of singing the charms of the "blue 5
Danube" were recently disappointed to C ity H hotel.
bear of the investingtitons of a certain
German scielitist This man watched We hi. .i\.\ tit
the big river for a whole year, giving din. 1re ,, :l'. 1lhv 2y ('I.*r..
to his studles an hour every morning. : all lt,-t ,1.v u',-l,,-. "
The result of thele observattons was allr
that boe found the water to be brown Go. H. Matthews., Prop.
11 tin-: yellow. 446; dark green. 59; o
light green. 4.: grass g-een. 2; green- "l ,". .ww. .'.aanp. Appa,5WIs.w Darto
ish gray. t19: other shades of green. 110. *

ano tht It never had anything like the
hue with which it Is credited by the
SBlacklng Steowv.
Blacking n stove Is one of the house.
kteper's dimgreenable duties. Never
try to black It when It Is hot or per-
Sfectly cold It should be merely warm.
Thin the p dlsh with turpentine. If
the stove is greasy, wash with borax
water: If roughened through overheat-
lng. add a teaspoonful of molasses to
the blacking. Have mittens to protect
the bands.
BIsmdeed r late It.

First Class WorK
('ALL N TIll.

Daytona Steam


*iPhone S

p"*-tostfj''e' :and1 'iivenisiento tO Il
111.ti. 'ltiin-lg's Ind11141lit one utlile
fri m1t11t 'i. belt Rates n flls'imiihl.
.1. MAtlAHTM. lProprie.tor.

NOW ( l'E.N

W = W ZN o LucuWMm JiUA U

arm lsp* t l kuOinam tsabofmI
SPOiN61"and supplimesalways na hand.

apme" -Aftiou to Mofts Wiik~

bsomob OwNIng, D-b. PMs.

Daytona Ice Co.
WM. WacmXe, Manager.

P DPE ICE It's a11 Florida.
U RE IC E Why buy imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobaeo, doeutord with opum
and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida lea at a tvee4t priee?
Made from Distilled Water. Box of 25 $1.00 EE ANY A
Box of 50.............$1.75 F"EE.BY MBAILYO ANY ADDRESS.

21 S. W. ROWLEY. San Ma, Florida.

MageoeiaAnam* Rfaumad. Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.

fMfns a fC onms Tragm tem J acamW eWL

Hauls baggnge, freight, etc.,
rate reaonable, prompt service.
Office. Boston Barber Shop.
.'i'. 77. MILLs, PROP


llat a big lot of Harnews. Collars,
L..ther Straps aid P'urt-'. Just
.-eivedl II r:neis 6.350a nd upwards.

No. 2 No. 4 Stations No. 3 No. 1
7:25 am......... 7:45 pm Lv.............Jacksonville......... Ar 8:55 am......... 8:105 pm
10:55 am.........11:05 pm Ar..............Valdosta..........Lv 5:35 am......... 5:20 pm
4:10 pm......... 3:50 am Ar..............Macon..............Lv 12:45.am.........11:80 am
7:45 pm......... 7:25 am Ar............Atlanta L.v 900 pmin......... 8:0 am
1:00 am......... 1:00 pm Ar..........Chattanooga..........Lv 3:00 pm......... 3*05 am
46:40 am......... 6:55 pm Ar...........Nashville...........Lv 9:30 am......... 9:30 pm
12:01 pm.........11:40 pm Ar.............Martin.............Lv 3:15 am......... 3:47 pm
7:24 pin......... i:52 am Ar.............. St. Louis ........... Lv 10:15 pm......... .8:36 am
10:50i a Ar Chicago Lv 6:10 pm
12:40 pi......... 2:30 atm Ar............Louisville.............Lv 3:00 am......... 2:35 pm
4:15 pm......... 7:26 am Ar............Cincinnati...........Lv 11:15 pm.........11:05 am
......................... 9:1.3 anlt Ar........... Chicago............... Lv 7:00 pm......................

N.-w S ing M1u-bhinis for $141 and No. 4-Dixie Flyer-Carries Pullman Drawing Room Buffett Sleeping Care,
I Jacksonville to St. Louis without chang manaking direct connection at Nashville
ar;,\ Nils. I c:in furnish you with with sleeping c:tr fo;- Louisville, Cincinnati and Chicago. Only stops at following
kindA. V. & W. station: Crawford, Baxter and Fargo. Through coaches between
ay kind of a eving hi. Jacksonville and Macon.
No. 2-Day Expressw-Stops at all A. V. & W. local stations. Makes direct con-
nect ions for all points West and Northwet. via both Cordele and Macon.
Connections made at Jacksonville with all northbound trains of the Seaboard
Your Patroaft eR nolcpcitd. Air Line and Florida East Coast Rys.
E. H. BARNES, Gen..%up't. S. D. PICKETT, Gen, Pass. ACt.

Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

,oot.rs and Windomw Sirins. PiCture
.MoIilling nmai;le to m-de.r. All kinds of
Fiiriit iire' Il'itpairing l tdone'oislhort notice
;lt r.). ounll;ll .lr pri'fS.

Cottage Avenue, DI)AYTONA. FLA.

y Located. Rates Moderate.
A. OSBORNE. Proprietor,
Avenue, Daytona, Florida


We have the finest line of
imattings. art squares,
'ug and bed comforts
n th.eit v

I Niver & Son,I s


SltMin, ()III St ;tlld.


I '!..\ I,i., I\

rthern and Westoern


Poultry. Etc.

"You can fool all the people sOm
of the time, and some of the
people all the time; 'ut you
can't fool all the people all the
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 a
much to put on a poor paint as
it does a good one.


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.
Bingham & Maley.

'nhe Northern





Sanitary Plumbing &


St'-anm andi I>t Water helating.
Estimates Furnished. Work Guarant'.d
I'. 0. Box 2N.-.
Offiv at Euroieanu Hotel. Shlop in rear.


Iadlies shoes, sizes 3 to 4, regular price $2.50, now only.............$1.25
.MWians'hoes. sizes 13 to 2, regular price $1.20, now...................... 9o
Children's Oxfords, 5 to 8, regular pri'e 350 cents, now................... aJ
Boy's, 3 to 4, regular pri~-'$ 1.00, now......................................... .30
Men's Patent Leather, satin calf, nigular $3.50 .tock,jnow..........7
See:our line'of Enamel Ware, Stationery, etc. Pianos andjOrgans.
Orders left forifano tuning will receiveprompt attention. g


,. Moss and Fiber Mattresses
Deahlr in S.econd H:ind Furniture and Stoves.
Your ldhi Furniture .Made as Good as New.
Second Avenne, opposite Schmidilt's Villa, Phone 9. DAYTONA. FLORIDA.



.M. M. Godwin, Proprietor.

Fine Wagons
and CaPPliages.

General Rlaclksnihing and Repairing.

17 iIty~rONA. FLA.


Shop near Bond & Bond Lumber Yard,





Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

I. L. Odum, Pu'oprietor. ,

T!e tin,.st Market St-it'h of Jiacksonville. ,
A r;l! stock )f ;:I kilnd- of V;n sh Florida.
1nAI WNV-tIi ilt Me-ats.

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,

Flooring, Siding, Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
'Phone 83
Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager



Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
'Phone 49.
Magnolia Ave. and F. E. C. R.v. (West of Postofflce.)



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ltv;wh Str.4-t

''PHO NE I2;

1 m


-Hum~Ug Creek" R1 ......... ......
2 yew old .......... 2 .....
When wrIMsg'pkmS~malom I


i Hijflimllpl% l i iI tll

I w sk I a Am 'low I


We Are Still Offering Bargains.

We have received a large line of underwear, and are oBering excellent values at 80c, 55c and 75e per piem.

Gloves we offer at prices that are bound to make you a customer. Woolen, silk, kid and leather, 25c up.

Come and get one of our Ten Dollar corvet cloth skinner silk lined overcoats. Ther'e very handsome.

We have a lot of dust pans, cuspidors, foot tubs, basins and pitchers. we do not want and will sell cheap.







Bead down SCHEDULE Reed up
Lv 8:30 am................North Bridge Draw Ar. 5:00 pm
" 9:00 am ..S&th Bridge Draw 4:80 p
"11-00 am.........................Ponce Park 2:30pm
Ar 1200m ......................New Smyrna....... Lv 1:30 pm

The Columbia has just been built after the most moderit pl&, a -
is fast. safe and comfortabKM.

Fare for Round Trip $1*00.

Launch "Yankee Doo" for art


In Florida a non-resident hunter is I'oiT OI,\,;KE. Jan. 10.-Mrs. Mil- The county commissioners held theirD AYT'O N -A
required to pay $10 to each county in I burn and MiV. May Milburn drove up, first 1902 season this week with all the I'EI.LL'IER
which he shoots. In Michigan a resi- to Daytona to call on Mrs. Harrison. i members present. Minutes of December
dent obtains a license tor 75 cents, of St. Paul, Minnesota, who i5 a gnest session rend and approved.
but the non-resident has to pay $25 of The Oaks. The following reports of December
for the privilege of shooting over the Mr. and Mrs. liarshman arrived work done on public roads submitted.
State. Canada taxes each person last week and have secured r(oms The completion of pinestrawing the
not a British subject $5 for an an- for the winter. DeLand aind Lake Helen road, comple-
gler's permit for three months, and M r. Lufhurry went to 'harleston, tion of pinestrawing North Boulevard
$10 for a period of six months. In '.. ast Sunday. and progress pinestrawing DeLand and
British Colnmbia the fee i- .AI for a DeLeon Springs road. General repairs
season's shooting. Minnesota charges Mrs. DuBois, Sr., arrived Saturday reported in districts 3, 4 and 5.
residents 25 cents and non-residents from New York to spend. the winter Tax Assessor Wilson was allowed five Rubber Tire Carriages
r85; Illinois $10.50: Wisconsin $25;: New with her son, Dr. 11 K. DuBois. assistants over the county, appointment We are well equipped for "Straw
Brunswick $20 and a bond of $100 for Mr. and Mrs. Humphry and of same to be submitted to the February 'Buses meet all trains and ta
a due observance of the laws: Mauni-, daughter arrived last week and se- session of the board. Trunks delivered promptly.
toba $50; Ontario 825; South Carolina cured rooms of Mrs. Sincoe for the Application for pension from Hugh A. Telep
t25; Wyoming $40; North Dakota $25: season. Morrison and W. P. Edwards were
South Dakota $10; West Virginia $25. Mr. and Mrs. Corlett, of Joliet, signed and forwarded to the State Pen-
If there is as much kicking else- Ill.. arrived last week and have rented sion Board.
where as in Florida to paying the tax. rooms in the Heed cottage. Licenses for carrying revolvers were TP Ow ell's Exp
it will probably be repealed before ; rs. E. A. McDaniel, who has been issued to W. S. Hart, Jasper J. Nichol- Tro we 9 xP
long. The law in this State wa- ill for some time. died Tuesday morn- son and W. F. Purdom.
passed to prevent it all being killed ing about one o'clock. She was one The County Judge was instructed to It. F. Tlit
by stranrers.-Jacksonville Metropo- of the original settlersof Port Orange bind out Ida Holden to L. P. Barber. Office in the Up-to-Dat ,arb,.r Shop.
lis. having come here from South Caro- The Clerk was authorized to order a
lina before the war, and has lived in road jail from the Pauly Jail Co. as per
onnrm take refuge in the small in-, this place ever since. She leaves a drawing submitted by said company. All CallS GiVen
WHITE'I CREAM 1ERMIFI'GE will family of four sons and three The Clerk was granted requisition for
destroy these parasites. The verdict of danghter'- to mourn her departure for one deed book, 500 reversible envelopes Piano Movi
the people tells plainly how well it has the better world. The funeral was and two warrant books for use of county.
succeeded. Price, 25 cents. Dr. J. M. held Wedne.day and was largely at- Criminal court cost bill of $176.05wam ---
tended. ordered paid. O NTA N Cl
i t. Minot rode down from the Petition from citizens of Emporio for FOUNTAIN C
AGAIN IN IN RINESS. ar.o in u esd owaln frIe road from that place to Volusia bar was NT BE.
CLarendon Tuesdav to call on friends filed and T. F. Drudy, Raymond MoodyHa
Jessie E. Longe is again engaged tor Hawks, of Hawks Park, and AlbertTurnerappointedacommittee Has a Select Stock of......
in business, as the following taken Doctor Hawks, of Hawks ark, to locate said proposed road, and to re- DRI'(;S FOR 'IESCRIION
from the Beaumont (Texas) Journal was in our village Tuesday. port at the February meeting of the
shows: Some friends of Miss Fowler, from board. H'M11.\.1
"Beaumont is keeping up with the Clinton, Mass., arrived last week and County Treasury's report showed the Perfumery and I
procession in many things and there are located with her on Rose Bay for following balance Jan'y let: General
is no city in Texas that has the de- the winter, revenue $559.71; road $478.20; fine and
mand for the good things and luxuries V. C. Sa% aae, at present of West forfeiture $1400.77.
of life that is shown in Beaumont. Palm Beach, i. in our town looKing The commissioners selected from the
Recently Jessie E. Longe came to after his interest here. registration books 500 names to be
Beaumont after carrying on a corre- Major C. M. lhingham was in our played in the jury box from which to DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, van li
spondence with Secretary Childress town in charge of the funeral of Mrs. draw jurors for 1902. hours; ottice hiu-i Siund;a
of the Board of Trade and established L. .. \l<)a ii'l \ednesda\. The commissioners adjourned Tuesday
a coffeehouse. The equipment which i. took a party south to their next regular meeting, the first
has been installed is probably not last %eck in tl. ',,ol Dora. Monday in February.-DeLand Record. o
equalled by any city in Texas outside I r li I
of Galveston. Everything is in i l r lurk int ti vital T Ado-emt o, -n A *. : i rI l
place which can assist in putting ,,garn. Ti. 1.1,l.d t,.tcoes vitiated and Arab girls before they enter the
brown coffee on the market in the t.he gm'n eraal th is unilermined when- harem and take the veil are a c urous
best condition. The roaster., grinder i-*r tlh.* s-toimaich and liver fail to per- behold. Their bodies *nd g***** e s
filltil l tli llrtitjlt.ls as litri iltended.sight to behold. Their bodies and
and pulverizer are of the latest pat- Ia: etIN ill tinli,' a tlult 5tn;'h;, fa are eyed a bright yellow with oTI11. I.a'es t all
terns and the machinery is runi 11\ i gula. t.,- liver. here other prepara- turmeric. On this ground they paint iof lriug. in li);.
electric power. The coffee is handled tion i-nl, r.hli v.e. l'rie. 50 cents. Dr. black line with antimony over their I IKIuiI.,-l b1y 1 .%
on scientific principles and the ground .I M .i,", ,s. eyes. The fashionable color for the
article is placed in the hands of the. HIL nose is red, green spots adorn the **o **"***
consumer in the best possible cond-d HOLLY HILL NEWS. cheeks, and the general aspect is go Perfumery an
Oen. tesque beyond description.--"outber *
"Mr. Longe is pleased with the re- HiOLLY HILL. Jan. 10.-Mrs. and Arabia, by Mr. and Mrs. T. Bent TRY ()I PINE \lt <'
ception he has been given in Beau- Miss L. Mann made a short stay in cello- CathedraL ss ch k *trt., 1 1 1 P
mount and he expects his establish- Ormond this week. One would think that the idertity *
ment to become one of the industries Miss Wardell resumed on Saturday of the architect of such a superbly oQ
of the city. The machinery is in the from her visit to Jacksonville. signed building as the Cologne catbe-
salesroom at 98 Pearl street. and may Amongst our visitors this week dra Bcouldt not possibly be lotedrl took the A e
be inspected by all who arc in- were Mrs. Austin, Mr. Dreer and Mrs. centuries to build, and many architects
terested. Merkel. have modeled parts of it according to
The launch Tomoka is again in comi- their own Ideas. The result is the most
TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT- mission. She was laid up a few days beautiful cathedral in the world.
MENT has been thoroughly tetted for with a broken lide alive. .he is go-
many years and is a positive cr' for wth a broken de al he
this most distn.riing aud enlmbarassing ing back to her old run from the Or- Mrs. Jlgby (the discussion having r '
of troubles. Price. 7 cents. lr. .1. M. mond Hotel. become omewat pernll-You may oi n
On ,Wedned. M T'h, -.,, H i lk till doomada ndWGeore Jltb. but

FlAhersmen Attention !
Phillip T. White. of Port Orang.. wili
takeout a party of two on fishing trial|
for $2.00 per day, and furnikht pklnty *v
bait. Boats. liil' and bait furni.hn-d ior
$1.'0 per day.

Week beginning Jan. 12. 1902.

a. m.
Sunday-.................... 8:.39
Monday.................. 9:22
Tuesday .............................10:10
Friday................12: 42
B i d .................... ... 1:46
.............................. 2:14
Meon ay.............................. -00
TusmdaY .. 3:.50



k.u c.tic iayi, rs.% ias. .arr s, a. .,1111U wMUNUAY. %JMV KNW -044p~ ---
Mrs. A. II. Carter. Mrs. \V. H. Heath' you'll never get me to altnlt that a
and Mi., Mann. heeled to nd e d to Ormond to do as her sbnd
caliig on friend, there. tells her.
ca l ein e on friend there Mr. Jlgsby-By gravy, madam, if I
Last week a very plea-ant evening outlive you I'll have it engraved on
was spent at Mrs. G(. W. Harris': your tombstone that you were a good
cards and music tere the order of and obedient wife!-Chicago Tribune.
the evening, after which light re-
freshments were served. GTd Co.gh sltup.
.IThe following Is haid to make a
splendid cough sirup: Take one ounce
Praise thle Irilge that carries you over of boneset, one of lsazseed. one of slip-
the fltoto ,or ',u> 11 iAI.LARD'S perry elm aud a stick of licorice. Boll
HOREIHOI NI SI i I' has1 brought o in soft water until tbe strength Is ex-
many over 1 throt and lung trouble traced. Strain carefully and add one
that Its rI..i arl' slon,, .vrry vwheret.. lnt of lt'.t sirup and one pound of
Pricv. :25 aid 50 vcnt.s. Dr. .1. Jones. loaf sugar Simmer together. Bottle
up tight when cold and take a table'
spoonful three or four times a day.
Following is the result of the!
Yacht Club election held Wednes- 1Whe re MdlI ew K led ge Stepp9
day eveiz: commodore W. "No use talking." said the Invalid
day eveuie 'ommodore, G. o a feebly. "I'm going to die. I know."
Blymver: Vice Com. T. G. Ronald:! "Oh. come"' expostulated his friend.
Treasurer. E. T. Conrad: Secy.. F. J. "The d(veor doesn't say that, and he
Niver: .Measurer. D. P. Merrill: 'rusi- surely knows mnre than you do."


.PSinsam~ ~EIi


This house is new and is situated on North Ridgewood;l: hain all modkr eMl
vwmiraes, heated with hot air; and all outside rooms. singly or en smite. O
muite with private bath; electric lights now in use; broad varnndahs: cuisine s, .
eelltm. Rates reasonable. and everything done for tlie comfort of gnemts.
Daytona, Florida -


Fronting Halifax River.

S. H. MOSELEY. Proprietor.
Three Blocks from Depot; one Block from Pnstoe .

Terms $7 to $9 per WeeK.

Fie Horses Caraal Drivers
Rides." The finest turnouts in the city.
ke passenger to any part of th city.
Stables opposite Public School.
p, one 27

ress *4 Baggge Line oP

Daytona, Florida.

Mrs. Win. Eit-k, Proprietor.
Conveniently Ix -ated, Overlooking the lBeautiful Halifiax River.
Table Board Excellent. Rates: OneI Dollar ler Day; Five to Seven Dollars per Week

Seab reze Avenue.. SEA BREEZE, FLA.

Renovated and Newly Furnishld.

*J. L. HOWARD, Proprietor. A. C. BARNETT, Manager.


lWELL, Proprietor,


Prompt Attention.

ing a Specialty.

m Pv% r Wk A U"% A OM F

(Formerly the Holly Inn)
Daytoma, *reIoda.

Opens December Ist.
This popular hostlery has been remodeled and enlarged to double it. size; accomo-
modatls 200 guests; it has been refurninhed and decorated; electric, lighted and
thoroughly heated; has new billiard and smuoking rooms, new ladies' parlor and
son parlor. The Grand Atlantic is situated on the water front and has beautiful
lawns, and south facing verandas; good Islating and fishing from our own pier.
Rates moderate. Send for booklet. Jas. H. Johnson & Sonm, laugers


Fancy Toilet Articles.


Now Open

Electric Lighted and Thoro ughly Heated.

Perfect Cuisine.

e consulted professionally durtag bnsin*
s. '9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. M-*

II,,t andl CIoll Baths.

Everything Strictly First C'lass. Ihntes Moderate.

D)aytona HouSe


- Rates from $7 to 1AI II r w.k

Sjm itt t'.h .mm I ic., tt.t,. A '1euvae.

T. L. RODGERS, Proprietor.

md Toilet Articles. '
i; 11I BA.LSAM-25 cents a bottle.


D Co.

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MY. %F 0 %F W

Beach Street,
Four doors North of Postofice.

Fin-st line of Chainlem Wheels in the
eity to rent and for sale.

Repairing quickly and neatly done.

'Phone 93

Seaside Inn
I)irr'.tly on i l',.an lia., h *i;,;o(.ite. Daytona. New and modern. Gas
and tl'tctri, I in. ,r .n ro%', i N..w. ocean pier and casino.
DUNKLEE & O'. 'r. i .i. f;t i.\DALL, (formerly Seabreew) FLORIDA.
Sni itelr ltel ..: O(Iean View House, Pigeon Cove, Mass.

aui's. N. II ol'mis.: %%l i~ri a tet

M'ls. JB. 8.Parkinson. ,Yim i.a t p'a. !" td~

SC~~~.IM EDT"1S VqtIT.j[.vAiI 1Ifrlkiiig tII-r ;II if~l~ii x Iiti vfr
Vlhe hotel conm a aimds ;t fil pt ;i.'t I' I-if Ii %,I- % i t ''v.in .!ln~ctfn ;1 ,md fil.*l Iipr

avid is iimnve~nient tto m. I I,, ii IJt i. 14-low; 111-1 1~i .11hi. -, heolm.
More sunny rimiasti hn :ma :aa ho. .haul. I iII fi t%% 1. 10;01I, a ItaI II'i m. t1iICS
Rates. $.3.0 *or Day: go10.vowWeek and Upwards.
Henry Schmidt. PropsA ictor, Daytona, Fla.







by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.
R Ti TIMOlS, Mtd1.. Mar(h o,. 1901.
GeiitemM Berng entirely cure iof 'Ie inte-. tiaank4 tmI ynr t'..tment.; vlt|t ow gave you
fall htiory of my case. to tc i-:.d a;t o -r, .,1in r> ni' n
About Tw vec-ar t aaoo v rnih rw tr b..:.t',rl tio -1:1. .4l, "'-' k. tt on i rttiitI woreC utitl! io t


No matter how small a purchase you make

we can save money for you. i e

ISmith & Son,DAYTONA.

& Rix, Proprietors.

Private Board
Corner Ridgewood anil Magnolia Av,,
baths:electric lights. Ever.vthing first

I I --I

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S~atM m the earth'se ma.
,f tr u 'et WMathwat a emr at o
M eft.s o oddrhet athe Perba
a Fr. r fm d days In the
Undkos a t ity August the mer-
ams. hes %am tuews to stand above
aIB degrias the sade maght sand day
iad to r upa hs as degm
Is to i0 "t the aftermoom.
At Babra, t the center of the most
AndM halt, as though It were nature's
loatelds to make the place as unbear-
S bM as possible, water from wells I
amothMag mnknown. Great shafts have
bao gaok to a depth of 100, 200, 800
oev ea n50 feet, but always with tife
Ssame re alt-mo water. This series
dawback notwithstandlng. a compara-
i ely numerous population coutrives
s to Me there, thanks to copious springs
which urst forth from the bottom of
S the glf more than a mile from the
The water from these springs is ob-
od In a moa t curious and novel
manuer. "Maehadores" (diversi. whose
alB occupation to that of furnishing
the people of Bahrein with the life giv-
lig luid, repair to that portion of the
S gf where the springs are situated and
S' ring away with them hundreds of
bags full of the water each day. The
water of the gulf where the springs
bua t forth Is nearly 200 feet deep. but
these machadoree manage to fill their
gaslalto sacks by diving to the bottom
n I holding the mouths of the bags
ar the fountain Jets-this too, with-
t allowing the salt water of the gulf
to amr with it.
The source of these submarine foun-
slas is thought to be In the bills of
eOmeaod 400 and 500 miles away. Be-
g I alteated at the bottom of the gulf.
I t f a mystery bow they were ever
s lvered. but the fact remains that
S th have been own since the dawn

Th army worm is essentially a
g s e atnta taect, though it often
upa other plants, and Is mid to
'Waroeats to Corn
h malaptecurus, a fish only eight
8ia. s l esan develop a shock of 200
oft electricity tl the two-thoo-
ft*h paart of a second.
several pairs of pigeonS which a sdl
attt has observed In Paris have rate-
ad their young ln nests made entirely
et hairplas collected on the paths of
tae Laxembourg.
The largest mest In the world is built
by the mound bird. a sort of Austra-
Mae fowL It makes mounds some-
tms 15O feet In circumference, In
whi ft briles Its eggs five feet deep
The heaviest bird that flies is the
iast bastard. In site It exceeds the
Ifhrwegisa blackcock The old male
weigh about 35 pounds, but when food
fo plentiful the young males may
weigh 40 pounds. Great bustards were
ftrmatrly as plentiful in western
Darope as partridges. Now they are
rarely found.

Lt. Chrttopber.
The belief was that any one who
eked at a representation of St Chris-
tpher was safe for that day from an
vil death. The saint was always por-
fteyd of colossal sime and is so paint-
ed at the entrance of most Spanish ca-
thedrals that all may see him. None of
the many carved figures of this saint
a coaches In size one which was re-
mewed from Notre Dame at Paris In

It was mid that St Christopber's
urigial occupation was to carry people
eroma a stream, and the legend is that
amn a child presented himself to be
ea.veyed over. At first his weight was
what might be expected from his In-
eat years. but presently it began to
Increase and so went on till the ferry- i
ia was like to sink under his burden.,
The child then said: "Wonder not, my I
tlead. I am Jesus. and you have the e
weight of the sins of the whole world
yow back." Hence St. Christopher
Is represented carrying the Infant Sav- |
aer across a river with the globe Into hi
St. Christopher has an interesting
place In the history of typography In
eamaquaence of a wood engraving of
h Ig ure. supposed to be of date about *
144B. being the eariltat known example I
e that art.

Chateau de S

Ismer wrote of the aIM hired
Omk a. by way at benmrable distae-
lea. Sub eaesMtly the Athslaa my -
ary and' all Leedemonis msoldiery
wm lesu b-'r The Parthem a 4 an-
elst Pers;. wore long. fowing hair.
The fatks and ancient Teuss eco.-
aimed long bhair a mark of high birth.
The Ootha looked on long hair as a
mark of boor and on short hair as a
mark of thraldom. So did the Gaula.
for whicheb son Juliu Cemr. when
he subdued them. obliged them to cut
their bir short I token of submission.
In IBngond Judges, the speaker of
th booase of common and at one time
the bishbop wore long hair. while crim- -
tlaus and paupers wore abort hair. On
the other band. Jewish priests during
their time of service had their hair cut
sece a fortnight, and Roman slaves
wore their bitr and beard long, but
shabaed their beads when manumitted.
Dailors who escaped from shipwreck
shaved their heads as If manumitted
from the sea. In Ezekiel v. 1. there Is
meantlo of a "barber's razor." with In
tructions to "tbou. on of man. take

thee a barber's razor and cause It to DIVORCE.
-pa upon thine head and upon th It appearing by the affidavit of the com-
pa upon tne e an upon plainat in the above cause that the
beard." defendant Ammen Z. Mahorney is a resident
of a State other than the State of Florida:
eter a nd Haoit that the residence -of said defendant is
r *** believed by amffant to be at 418 West 37th
This particular practical wife looks Street In the City of New York and State of
like a dream, but shabe is right up to the tNew York; that said defendant is over
,twenty-one years of age. and that there is
mark In business. One day Just as the no person in this State the service of
frost was on the pumpkin be came In. process on whom would bind said defendant.
SIt is thereupon ordered that said defendant
"Darling." he began. "I have just been i be and is hereby required to appear to the
thinking this is a most memorable day ;bill of ompla herein on nor b-lore the
first Monday in February. WV2.. being the
In our IIves, both yours and mine. Do third day ot said month, otherwise the Paidi
you know what It recalls?' bill will be taken an confessed by defendant
and the complainant will have leave to
"No." she declared, proceed exparte.
"What! Not remember this particular It is further ordered that this order be
published for four consecutive weeks in the
date" be asked in horror and reproach. )ayvtonaGazette-News.
"Oh. surely you must." "Witness mv hand and seal of said court
She said again that she didn't though Dthi .. 001.ber
to oblige him she would if she could. (Q._ SAMUtL D. JS M DOIDS
and be bowed his bead and looked sor- W r--r-ir

rowfully out of the window at the
swaying trees loaded with red leaves.
"Don't say It!" he exclaimed. "Don't
tell me you have no recollection of the
serious Import of this day. Think! See
bow I am Impressed by the recollec-
tion. Surely you recall It."
A dawning light spread over her face.
"I believe I do." she cried joyously.
"Yen. it was Just this time we killed
aogs last falL"
He gave a hollow groan and left the
room of his too. too practical wife. It
was their wedding anniversary.-Louls-
ville Courier-JournaL

Th* ged *argealma.
Sberidan. the celebrated playwright.
who was no sportsman. having gone
one day on a shooting excursion, ev-
erything few before him and his gun.
despite his effort to secure something
for his lag On lhis return home with
an empty bag he saw a man. apparent-
ly a farmnner, looking at a dock of ducks
In a pooL
"What will you take." said Sheri-
dan. "for a shot at those ducks?"
The man looked at him with aston-
"Will half a crown do?"
The man nodded and Sheridan gave
him the half crown. taking his shot
at the ducks. About half a dozen fell
dead. As be was preparing to bag
them he said to the man: "I think on
the whole I made a good bargain with
"'Why." said the' man. "they're none
o' mine."
Rusamam Peasant Weddings.
A peasant wedding In Russia means
a festival for the whole village and uof-
Am for tlw young people from neighbor-
Ing villages as well.
Weeks before the eventful day the
young girls assemble at the home of
the bride to help her sew. The bride-
groom comes with his men friends to
treat them to nuts and sweets. Appro-
priate songs are sung. and the bride-
groom's generosity is put to the test.
One of the girls holds out to him a
plate, and If he put. duowu a silver coin
they slu. liiu a sonug full of compli-
ments. but if be gives copper and is
known to be able to afford more mock-
ery follows. The whole village is in-
rited to the marriage ceremony, which.
k performed with all the ancient su-
perstltlons rites and solemnities.-
Youth', Companion.

Milk and Water.
"Pa," said little Willie. "why do they
speak of the 'milk in the cocoanut?
It's more like water."
"Exactly." replied Mr. C(timran.
"And that's whly they call i milk. very
n,-t.n .iv I'hlndi'ile'-'l i U 'eord

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Jjjlu v v i11;

r of Pasmaic, N. J. Vi neyards.I
Th Wines Rival the World inx Excel.ence
Old, rich and mellow by age and years of care and frequent racking
In fumigated cellars as is done with the Chatea. Wi,. ..

The Chateau con'
+ Obtains a limited sup-

etuly of Private Stock
Port nineteen years
.old, besides Bur-
gundy and Claret of
n, Early the same age.
The Speer Port,
however, nine years
old, as well as
the Burgundy,
Claret and Sherry,
are high class wines.
The Climax
.a Brandy as 18 years
old.All are preferred
whereknown by the
Medical profession
S. tas superior to any
P! y s sal ef cat adoopt e that can be had, for
theirexcellent effect upon thesystem when used by invalids. the weakly
and aged persons and in general family use. N7-rthern New Jersey
climate,andsoilaboundingin iron is just adat, ,r this grapefor Port
wine. It is the same kind of soil as in Portugal Speer's winery and
vinoy.an are the only Port grape vineyards in the United States; only
visoyarft that cultivate the real Port wine grape of Portugal ; while
ether wines or mixtures called port are m-de without a single Oporto
grape is thmm. Mr. Speeris the first and only one who imported the
vnies and acclimated the real Port wine grape vines of Portugal.
He spent thousands of dollars as a hobby to see what he could do toward
acclimating these Portugal vines here. It took eight years for them
to become acclimated before Mr. Speer got a single grape; during
those years all died except about eight hundred vines, when those

Sn Ingenious Treatm~ent by whkh Drunkards'
are being Cured Daily in S~pite
0ti hemacl % t.
NoNoxious Dos5". No Weakening ol11the I
Ner~ics. A Pleasant and PositiveC ure
lto the Liquor Habit.
It t~Is cef%% g.-Iieraliv n%. it anid inleri-
114t %cit l c-s ass. A le101i v iIIie-i "-lil piiei. Itol
4 tut I I( -Iv (4 1, IltiIIt-te- l P. IIiIIt 1.*41 1 1,% 1 Ot- I
loot Iitc-aeor 4-4eae1MUtzIt U-c 4t Of ill t ) ];iet, I ItI
lqos i-eilinil4.N.uuii aitidiie tt'. rtlbjtiIc e
ae..u t !.iazing and f.uall .cit ilig tills p;n elsoel.
ndouh't roviins.- tit- el~ng ei for iii oxl
M-1 % v?. athi qi %%it 14 tiet ~lace''.licte% i ll-i

Lweriot*ct4 d jtlt.r lueativv .-arceee tit ..
ind ttrereetimt oi.I li e p na'" te.%.Twlalit "1I
I l 11-40'S %111 114ce1e 1i11i. Ii Ifie- t I UM eel t1hi1-4 W-Oil-
derf i It .-tocier% .Ik IM)'1Ilvi I'.%g'iarii-uttt-d
'tocie it tIt~In.cr'elcee'.tipatltsl ettt, .I cit-,it, at
t~t- It)%% ardI dirniktr. (auor r#4-(.Ids,
(lustrie ens an ii p rjtigit 1114-U.
CHILDRN Iii HE' i il Y ol t Ri-i'111Its'
Tibis rettaeciv is Inl lt() iMetiwte a lie ectrilll l ut l
is4 a se'~ffrt his disease ii'. tacii .,'
so ztkillfuIvtIe''. ei*4cn and pre-epar-ed tha~t it
is 11 erqhimm'ge 1% seljble it' u1pie'asia it t.)
tit lettst.*. se I mthatit can In. L:Ivl'. Iit a
'.tull of hIva (Or ciOffts' '.itt~io t Ih it- km.'
ledge (if tilt- joetsc en titking it. lle eis.&iiol-
(of lPrimukirois have- cun'eilt heii-otuiees '.'. ithI
this ;erioel~esstreitedy. ., mand ah. teinan% tutore
have. 1ween cured and iunace tienieetraite.
*o loot .Iteng friends andtrelatives.t5 ''.it lheit
their knm. '.'.ledeill e Utfi(hfe5 or tell. ami ite -
iievetotoday vthatt that t he-y elimee mmt utmue1
Drinking of their owni frees will. Do NoTf
WiAIT. Do not be deluutleol by appelarenet
*and nmisleading '-improvenieuit."' Drive-
*(out the eliseamw at once and ftor all eni*
The H( 0M K (t iA) (THE"' is so ld iat
I the extrelaat-ly loW pris. of one DoIhllanr.
thu-4 placiti within reach of u'vervieeinev 1

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a upeoem em e mo sa.
IPint Tramp-Too orter see BIB go-
it over de fence wit de bail after
Seeend Tramp-Mast have been wuth
laokta at.
First Trampp-Say! It wuas de oly
, time I ever seen bim wben he didn't
I look red.-Puck.

The total number of timber rafts on
all the rivers of European Russia Is
mid to be more than 0.000 yearly.
with a total of some 2,000.000 logs.

The follies of youth are drafts on old
age. the payment of wblhch Is la mpers-
tive.-Chicago News.

Leg&l Notices.

In Circuit Court. 7th Judicial
Circuit of Florida. in anti tor
Volusta County. In Chancery
Florence G. Mahorney, Complainant.
Ammen Z. Mahorney. Defendant.



Prpwsd by JANMSP. BLULARD, SeL LaokMe.

Sem by Dr. J. MAJsMs.


"Savannah Line."


Florida to New York. Boston and the East.

Office hours: 9 to 11:30 it. m.. I to 1:3o. Short Rail Ride to S avannnah.

*I THENCE via Palatial Express 8teamships ffom SAVANNAH. Four
Counnctio .3 with'New York and Bastoo Ships On Sound Lines'


**-methlag New Under the Sun."
All doctors have tried to cure (aturrl,
by the uslie iof powd'-der. aid gau..t'. in-
tialers and drugs iln paste formil. T'hir
powders dry up the mucuous membranes
'ausiting them to crack oe'iin andi sliced.
The powetfuil tcidh' used in tile inlhia l.-
have eitin'ly etPteii away tI iti Niilil ti'.u-
brai 's that their inakert have aiiimel to!
cur'e. while pstes aiinld ()iltllelts rantlot t
reae-lh thie die-.as'. An oled anludeleriement-l
prai-titioner wh.o ltha for fmeilny y'u irsI
under *. clo~st tudly aMdl pl iaiilty o thl-
treatmentito f Catarri. itha at li4t lne, '-
fected a ''reatnlment w tich w.vlen faithftillv I
ui"sd. no)t only relieves, it li'e. lbut I'r- i
maneiitly v.cures ('Catarrh. by rimovinm l
the cause. stopping th** disthalrge's. an,
i'trinig all intlaninuatitin. It is title oeil .
I'illed knol vi to sirinAe that actually
r'ettePahe tle attlite'dt parts. T'llis wonler- i
ful remedy is known ias "S vI.ES thi
G tARANATrEI) ('ATAitHl ('tRE' aind Sl soll
at the extremely loew prices of 4 nit' l)elar.
*ath eiikal e ato iiit igi m internal anutl x-
:e'riuil ,tie',lir.il -',, tiie.ii-It feto 'iftill liu it tit i'

All tiekk't .-.nt.ts tandil liote.s asir s-:ippliel with monthly sailing r.hedules.
Write for g- tlr';tl ifilforiniIt i-i;. s..tili t s. -iithlle t. stateroom re's 'rv.itini. or call on
iionr;al .A--,nit...li-ksotivillv, Fl',. A.%gnt. IDaytona;. Fla.

L. KFEVRlE. Mvvuior..
Now l'aer,


Thie li; rvat Ilhro,

DT"" lVest

'i" 'T East1

W.11 i 'L.ASAN.A~. 'rra.tti.. Ifame,.r..

at rates LOWER THAN V
trains every Thursday, leavi
Via the 'Sea Islands ..............
Via1Plant System.................
Via aboard Air Line.........
Passengers I
3:22 pm, n
For illustrated matter, diag

Geo. H. Clark,

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Through tickets to New York, Philadlpha.
New Haven, New London, Stoaingtoa,
Providence, Fall River, Boston and
IA ANY OTHER LINE. Three steamer
ng Jacksonville as follows:
..........10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
.......... 3:15:p.m.
.......... 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
pave Daytona 5:29 am and
making close connections.
rams. 'reservations, tickets. etc., address
A g.4. 220 West Bay Street,
t L3.fI. Jacksonville, Florida.
Local Agent, Daytona, Fla. 3
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Western & Atlantic Railroad.




.15 North River., New York. N. Y.


ulhi (';tir L.ir, from Florida-('. iiinietions:
The .\tl anti.('o a-t Line. via C'harl-.stoi,. Itichmond
Thn' Stut lit t ltiilw vy. via Savnntt;ilI. IColumbia and i
Wasliniigtoit. I
The Stouthemn iv. via .I -.msan. Atlanta iid Chatta'gc
T'rI'l Ioietvill'- & Narhville .tia Miontgomiery.
T'he S ithe.rn Ity. \ i; Sav.ini alit. Columllbia. Ashviylle i
Thle M.olil. & Ihio e. R. via Men ltgirnery.

carrying through Pullman Vestibuled 'Buffet S!eepers Jackonville to St
Louis without change. Choice of Routes.
or information relative to rates, schedule, etc., or for sleeper reservations, write to
E. HARMAN. Gen. Pas Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pas. Agent
Atlanta. Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
H. F. SMITII. Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.

Via Savannah indh Ore.i;li Steamship company for
N.'.v York. l'hihil l.. ll ia tndtII lheston.
Via Savannah and Mlerihants a. ,l Miners Tranispor
t;Itiolln 4- c lemi.tanyv foir lailtimlore.
Via 'lf.elk atiel steaiti-er feor New Yoerk. Ilaltimore
anl Vu.sliinh tonl.

tre'atitllneI t and ev.erv iithl' ing iin-e ss, ary. tl o t.. ,.i.i .
its "r".,et, K '.y.- \\','e ; l IItva' .a.. I ',,nin.s ltr a; l < ,.'ilntal te'amiship companyny.
**SNI I'F I L'LS" is thlie oenlv i. lf" .t e'o Neo I' -.Iti,e. l';i;.' I. t to, .n 'ri .... I %in l',. ar .- ls I and vi;a lI ston and Canada.
(I 'tarrt h re ever tma'le and i n otle s \v t re -- t .Atl.A nti, ail v I'laint Sie ahistl hip luie' feor L Hilif:x. i l 'wkesliry aid Ct'harloett.e'town.
oKgnize :ss tlee ,ily saem andl positi, .. .. .
,lirv for that annoYig amid lseisuatii'g W inter Tourist Tickets
disease. It tiruns all iintlamnation quickly will I1e. oen al.h throetllheot thli Northl-ir. E;uslt.,rn. Westeriiti nd Southern States to
and .l -rmaineniisly and is also woilnderi'fuly all Floridl. it.. via.,t. I. th.- 'lait t Sy'.ster.n i riil I th- --ason l H. l 9 1. limited to
qui'k to, relieve Hiiy Ie-'.ver r l(' Cldi iu the. rn.tli-n until .Mav 2lst. \ iti, tO lilira;l stolip.ove r privil. ,.s in Flhorida.
Hewl. .\iA dnt sses of' parties ill the N ort1h 1i .ti to th el i- nid, rsisnied will eei liit-rally sup-
Catarrlh w lhen ne'le,.ted oftelin hl ls teo Ilied \\ ithi all inforl atlit I t lI Ianl nI. -avi l vl.rtiug.,ii"t matter.
consmnpil tion-"S n.tul-H. I .s-" will tIa\ .% Fo- r information ;ias to) rates. !, s'.li ii.;t a -'r. iaio'. .ta'. e .mill on,. or write t
you if you iuse at on.te. Iti s i I ision I'ta'.i ,r A.t'ivnt. 1:'* \\.V,st I ;iay St.. .acks.onville. Florida.
vremi.dy, lh t at .tomplep .te tr-i at.e-41 t I w hitch \. It. IENl.\111AM. eite'.-ratl S pSl riinte.'itII.t i I; \\ Il-: NN\ Piss. Trattii. Maln..
is poIitively guaranteed teo 'rtre Cati;tirrh S;aV h li;a S;tavannah. i;a.
iln any form or ttage if us-ed acordinttg
to directtionsi whivih av,'lipajutly iiach
package. lDon't delay but s.- in fior it at 0 tltttlttttt!tttltttttttlittltltlttttltltttlitlttti
olice. and write full particulars as to A
lourwetl itavii fro atlie iscovoim r o this c'. i. Seaboard A ir L ine R ye.y0 i
wonderful n-e''dy regarding your -cas e' *
without 'cet to vou t'Iyod thie regular CAPITAL CITY ROUTE
prive of "e tuluth" the' "(ui r.iitte'',d
Catarrhi Ci-." l' T Site.tst oi e.tite
Senit prepaiid to any atdlre. iln thll.
I'nited States or (mCanada on ro-A -eipt o, gi ThI I'..st Line'. 0
t<-. DIollar. Addi-ss Ie)pt. i122 Eiwil
II. Mark Str et. I'hilldellehila l.T I,,ilul.- Daily S.e'rir e. In'- luding *
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Tri-Weekly Sailings
Calling nt Charlewton, S. (.. both ways.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
lin't S.rvic> Betweten
tlliurah it I(ltl',-'stoll Blo)th Ways.


.From Lewis' Wharf, Bostea
from foot Catherine street, Jackseville

(iD-ltary Line)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
B.I'E SPRINGS a Interm eldiatt- l.iliigs on ST. JOHNS RIVER.

S City of Jacksonville,
( APT. W. A. SHAW.

Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m,. Endays, Tuesdays and Thursda s
L eav.s Sanforl 9:30 a. m. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridiys
So itith i uinl. CHEDILE Nort houind
lal ile. iown Read up
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Arrive s:30 am .......................................S .. ........... ..... .. 9:30 am

General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

SI C. TIA;ElrTY. E:astn ;,. \,..- n. F. 11 IRONMONGER, Ju.. F. P. A.,
1 lStaeSr t. N.. % ir 20t West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla
THOS. I). II.LEY. I.e. ;il I It \t 11. LOVELL, Amst. Fla. Supt.,
: Foot l logan Sr .In k- m lIe' Foot Hogan St...I -laksonville.
N) 1i. ll \WADI). SuimTrintendint.
1c c it, olian St., .lacksonville.
General Mon;e.r'r General Agents.
Che''lberolgh I;tiildling, 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York.




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