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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: January 18, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075895
Volume ID: VID00419
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
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stationery
Books
Confectionery
Jewelry
Purte
Fishing Tacklk
Baskets
Kodaks
Bike Supplies
Dolls


BARNES

at the NOVELTY STORE
for anything in the following lines: viz
Newspapers Magazines
Musical Goods Artist's Supplies
Fruit Nuts
Clocks Watches
Toilet Article Pocket Knives
S Sporting Goods Games
Bird Cages and Glass
Supplies School Supplies
Window Shades Masks
Toys Notions


Lownmy's and Wiley's Chocolates always fresh. Sewing machines for sale,
for rent, and repaired. All sorts of toolsand machinery repaired promptly.
......Picture Frames Made to Order......


40 i ft


ahat You Wat li BARNES.


HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
Are the only kind we carry. Our pri-s tire umarked in plain
figures, and %ve have one pri e fir eve.ryl slvy aind that the
lowest. We eniumerate Ixlow a few pri-ces:
California fancy cured Winclester lhanis, per pound.....................1 lie
W inchester premium hanis, per poundl........................................14 e e
Northern premium salt pork. r pound........................................1lc
Arbuckle Coffee........................................................................ 12% c
SThree pound can of choice Pumpkin.............................................
Black-eyed. and navy Beans, per quart................................. ....... 9c
Fancy Prunes. 3 pounds for......................................................2....
Eggs. guaranteed rtrie-ly fresh..................................................... c
Granulated Sugar, 16 p )unds for ................................................$1.00
I'rices m i1 Ijet to change.
S R CO LE North Ridgewood Avenue.
je* R* Cw Telephone 4.
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Rev. J. B. Hawk arrived home fnom
Illinois Wednesday.
mf.The "C'AWFron Suos" at Moors
Brose., for men and women.
Frank E. Bond was over from D-.
Land Friday of last week.
W The Banner Oil Heater can't be
beat. Niver & Son sell them.
tr'Sailing yacht for charter;, also
launch. Enqurie of E. A. Lindberg,
T. A. Chestain, the mirror platter, is re-
silvering a lot of mirrors for the Ormoond
Hotel.
g@.Furnished rooms for rent, on South
Palmetto avenue. Inquire of F. G. Lind-
berg.
Choice furnished rooms on Beach street
for rent. Inquire at the GAZ1Trr-NXws
office.
Samuel H. Brubaker, of Indianapolis,
is one of the late arrivals at the Hotel
Dexpland.
On Wednesday the Columbia brought
up a load of oranges from New Smyrna,
about 1200 in all.
W-Brain brfad, the great brain devel
oper and nerve builder, fresh eery day
at the Gramling Bakery.
Henry Schmidt has erected a high
board fence on the line of the new prop-
erty he purchased last week.
Skilled work. This you can feel sure
of getting if you take your watches to
Wray's (jeweler) Music Store.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ivy and Mrs. F.E.
Bartley and child, of Morristown. Tenn.,
are eason guests of Schmidt's Villa.
The Hotel Despland had three bridal
couples Tuesday. This town is fast be-
coming a rival to the nationLl capital.
L. S. Scroble, the traveling passenger
agent of the Clyde Line. was in the city
Thursday interviewing the business
nmen.


unwW aw II : UI LUU1lL liiI LnLO I IU lLL. C. G. Perkins. president of the Volusia
mr Sportsmen's Club, was in the city Thurs-
EmarrO GAz&r'T-NKws: Gi Have you investigated the merits day. He went from here to his place up
Would it not be well for voters to of the Bimnner Oil Heater? Niver & Son the river.
elect councilmen who will not tax thie, ell them.
general fund with tme cot of i sewer Tlhe mayor inform, us that all dog, l,.Kost & Gwinner, the painters and
that is practically only a private one.. without a licence will be impounded and and you will make no mistake in con-
it onlyberuflttingone or twolot owners. killed next week. sultingd othe ma
and not the general public good?f yon want your pang hinting and
Yolpe. ha done it a workmat your pai like The GArETITr-Nws is on sale atClark's
aperhai done a workman-li and Barns' news stand every week. It
annerosult Kt & Gwinner. i also on file in all the leading hotels
DIMhtelUo of a' hl. Mr. and Mrs. Despland are entertain- throughout the state.
ing Bishop Fitzgerald, who is presiding The, frame-work of the addition to the
The partnetshipheretoforeexisting i- at the Methodist Episcopal conference. resident of W. H. Peters i tip and en-
tweenHires& Mathere is this day di-, resid of W.H.Peter up andn-
solved by mutual consent; Hires to pay Tuesday evening about supper time closed, and it is expected that the build-
and collect debts of firm. sommn e stole tluantity ofclothing from ing will be completed in a couple of
J. M. HITRES, the servants quarters in the Ridgewood weeks.
T. J. MATHKICIr. Hotel. (. F. Shears left Monday for Jackson-
Daytona, Fla.. Jan. 11, 19I>2. W=The S. F. II. Orchestra will gihe ville, where he han accepted a position
the third dance of the series on Wednee- until nextrJune, when he will leave for
W. Nw stock in mans pants t hi4 week day evening, January 22nd. at the Play- Colorado. Mre. Shears will remain here
at Hill's. tona Opera House. for the present.
I in. J. N. Stripling has been re-ap- Pellecier & Rix have the finest equipped
.......-__-- ----___.---.- -pointed United States District Attorney livery on the East Coast without a
at l- JA ;ti. @-w-t-*1- A--..&.+ rhiv e am s.11 rd ithu
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SOME

DAINTIES.
We have just rtcrived a large
stock of gods nianufaotiin-d
by the National Biw'uit Co.
They are strictly high grade
and nothing can be found to
equal them. Her" nmr' some
of them.


Grahami Waters
Brownie Wafers
Fruit Cake
Almond Bon Bions.
Butter Ge(ms
Five O'clock Tetas
Oewega (rac.kerl
Minuette' Wafer'
Water Bi-.uhit


Morrell's BreakfAut lwon,. ihe
finest that money ann Imy.

We have the larg -t nnd finest
line of cereal foods in the c-ity.

We hanv the lalr -pt aissortrwnel
i~lh grade canned goods in the-
county. The prices. of course
are right.


T, COIRA & CO

'Phone 61.


ait JaPMcKsonIIVIIM, IIt IL Is exl'[rIt ihI dL (OUbt,. Hell"r carriages r alll >i lnle
the P'ost cane will soon le brought to latest style, and their horses-well. you
trial. could not ask for better.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt D. Cook, of New Ro nme member of the Methodist Epinco-
York, stopped off a day in Daytona this pal Conference. now in session in the
week to visit 'with Mr and Mrs. John city, will fill Rev. Myres' pulpit in the
Adamt, who ar' ..:'on guefta of M. E. church, south, tomorrow morning.
Schmidt's Villa. There will be no evening services.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexamnielr F. Meyer and M-Phoenix Silvestris palms for sale.
child, of St. Louis, arrived Wednesday apply to E. N. Waldron.
evening, and are registered at Schmidt's S. A. Wilson, a retired merchant of
Villa for the season. Mr. Meyer is a Fremont, Ohio, is in the city. Mr. Wil-
prominnt anuftrer of fine laces. son is Past Grand Commander of the Ex-
a.fE.istrman kodaks and supplies at alted and Ancient Order of Hoger Stolts.
Barne".' Novelty store. (this means irrevocable bachelordom).
On(I the 21s t of February the new social 'lilloWton Brown Bread and Baked
,-onWmitti .e on the Halifax River Yacht Beans at the Gramling Bakery to-day.
Club will give a reception at the Opera Judge W. G. Ewing.of Chicago. will
lhous.. Admission will be by invitationdelier a ture on Christian Sciene. at
ouly. Dating will h indulged in from the Daytona Opera House. on Tuesday,
<:3)0 to 1:00 o'clock. Mrs. Davidson will Jau 21at 7: o'clock. Tim lee-
he the musician of the evening, and very ture is fr to all. ('ome and bring your
,lainty refrehnments will le furnished by friends.
the Ibesplands. Mensrs. W. H. Peters, F.
J. Niver and F. N. Conrad comprise the iWA large n',w line of shell novelties,
social committee. forsouvenirs at Barnes' Novelty Store.
UniUmbrellat repaired and re-covered The Big Four gave the last dance of
.tt Barnes' Novelty Store. the first series at the opra house Tues-
Rev. W. A. Myers left this morning for day evening. As usual, it was well at-
Jackmonville. where lihe will be united in tended and everything went off in tip-
til holy bonds of matrimony to Miss top fashion. Mrs. Davidson furuislwd
Myrtle A. Peters, of Springfield, Ohio. the music for the occasion.
l'he erevmony will he performed tomor-. Pastry that is dainty, delicious and
row by Rev. F. L. Church. The bride nutritious at the Gramling Bakery.
.1d groom will return to Daytoga Times- An.hbishop Corrigan,the distinguisilhe
Sand will immediately commence prelate of the Roman Catholic church
mosuekeeping in the Cole cottage. Rev. d trogh Datona Tuehday on
lyres cnme here about a month ago as; route to the Bahama Islands. where he
eaetorof the-M. E. church, south. and gos to administer the rite of contirma-
luring this short time ha made a host tioe to tme natives and others, hoi de-
Sfrnd who will join in wishing himr th church.
mid the charming young lady a happy
tud prosperous married life. l.Foin RKNT-Furnished flat in hand-
'Onlvy the best at the Gnrling. some residene- at beautiful Seabreese, a
Ba y the best atker the r few stepl from Colonuades botel. Three
rooms, por-elain bath tub with hot and
So much ban been said and written by cold water, electric lights, 150 dollars to
unauthorized persons on the subject ofS May 1st. No small children. Several
Christian Science, atfd there has been as furnished cottags till to let. Addresm
much consequent misunderstanding in Chas F. Burgman. Seabreeze, Fla.
regard to it, that The First Church ofl
Christ, Scientists, in Boston, Mass., con- "Fiest line of home-made canlat
sidered it wine to establish a Board of' the rambling Bakery.
lectureship in order that missapprehen- The ladies of the Catholic church art
sions may be corrected, and Christian preparin: for a Fair and Bazaar to be
science be presented in its true light 'given at the Armory next week. It will
Judge William G. Ewing. who lectures I'o hi'd on ttihe venin~e of Tu.'sday, Wed-


balsm h at the

Charges slhants h I under the
weather darIng teO
a. P. Merrisen modes to
his lhnt BareritS Tweek.
.ewil maliahiM i, rent and
repaired at Barnee' N Store.
Every sothboend t s i- loaded
with tourists. artpnas getting her
share. ,
Mr. and Mre. C. W. Ml drove over
to DlbtId Spaday, retgingi Monday
afternoI.
Harry Buras, thegood-mtured passen-
ger agent t the G. & & By., was in
town Wednesday.
=.A generat- e-it i5 all along
thel Mf to make rrom fo G cooD
at Moore Brothers.
A. J. Crydt, of Watertown, Wis., ar-
rived Monday, and is pleasantly quar-
tered at the Palms for the season.
George Wood, of Onset, Mass., and
Geo. H. Nickereon came in Monday and
registered at the Palms for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Hall, of Springfield,
Ill., are at the Pialns for the winter.
They spent the winter lbefon- last in Day-
tonai.
Mr. and Mrs. .IJhn J. HaIrtly, nurw and
two children, of Muncie, Ind.. are at the
Despland for the waswn. They arrived
Monday.


Maples and elm are coming in bloom.
The usual card party was held at the
Palmetto Tnursday evening.
WIPlush Jap robes at prices that you
will not see soon again in Daytona at
Hill's.
Mr. an Mrs. George Courvoisier. of
Mill Neck, L. I., are at the Palmetto for
the season.
WDo not forget when you want sta-
tionery, books and magazines to call at
Geo. H. Clark's.
H. E. Mann, who has been spending a
couple of weeks at Tampa. returned to
the Despland Wednesday.
Mrs. M. I. Barnes, of Peoria. Ill., has
taken rooms at EN.N. Waldron's new
house on north Ridgewood.
A man with a hand organ-and of
course a monkey-were entertaining the
citizens and tourists this week.
Mrs. Henry Perkins arrived from
Grand Rapids, Mich., yesterday and has
joined her husband at the Palmetto.
Judge J. M. Tebbetta. Mrs. John H.
Galey and two children, and Mim Maud
Canning. of PIittsburg, nre at the Pal-
metto for the seaon.
E. N. Waldron has set ont fifty orange
tree to fill his grove at Holly Hill. and
is now shipping 500 to C. B. Jefferson at
Ilobe Sound, on lower Indian River.
There are now in the neighborhood of
215 names on the city regiat ration list.
We trust that the majority of the citi-
zens will pay their poll-tax and turn out


JohnJ. Dyer and daughter-in-law, Mrs. election day.
W. B. Dyer, of Boston, are at the Pal- Dr. G. Morton Marcus. he well
metto. They spent the winter in Day- known opti-ian, will return to Daytona
tona two years ago.
tona two years ag.on or about Jan. the 25th for the winter
Will Cameron. the man that looks af- Date f(A his arrival will appear in this
ter the hello lines, in on the sick list, and iap'r.
as a result users of the telephone are do-ish work for aatr on the
ing considerable "cus.ing" about the i finish work for amateurs on tie
condition of the line,. same fadeless paper I use for my pro.
.fensional work. "Aristo Platino"
The Florida East Coast Railway have prints do not fade. Hlarri: Studio. l'eck
issued orders requiring their agents to i block.
wear blue uniforms with brass buttons the
and cap, during the months of January. A birthday party was given at the.
February, March and April. Parkinson House last Saturday even-
ing. The old folks were all dressed
HlNew stoc-k in ladies oxford ties at .iy g and enjoyed themns.lves as well
Hill'-. as any chillren could.
Those who have not registered should r .t R I I
H~~~ie j fl I CL i Wionsi


do so and be enabled to cast a vote at
the coming city election. You can regis-
ter up until five o'clock in the afternoon
of the second day before election.
Sl"New dry goods and notion arriv-
ing at Hill's.
Mr. and Mrs. Baar and daughter, who
have been stopping with W. A. Bea IDer
for some weeks, will leave to-niorrow
for their home, at Grnd Hllaven, Mich.
Mr. Baar is a druggist and his business
demands his attention.
iL.Pictures framed to order at Barnes'
Novelty Storen
Mre. M. M. Marnh. and daughter, of
Denver. Colo., arrived Tueslay and are
at tie Pailhis for a ftw weeks. Mrs.
Marsh intends to ptn'hase a house were


and make Daytona her plerianent honw'.


Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Barn and three
children of C('edar Rapids, Iown, arrived
Tuesday and are at the Deepland. Mr.
Barn is a great hunter and has been
makinggood use of liis timie sliii-e iis"
arrival.
Miss Marthlia Illogg. and daughter.


S Uleorge" illlart. I1l ivall r i t,11. I-4oUm- ..
has purchased of J. Ii. Ilinsky. the eight-
a Mr. Hart will eremt a ivsidence and make
Daytona his future home.
Thomas Marshall, of Lanming. Mich..,
died at the Troy House la t Monday, of(
apoplexy, at the age of G53 years. The
remains were prepared by Ilingham &
Maley and sliipplsN to Lnnsing Tuemslny.
..WAN'Tn- -To neet egntle'nian whoC
de-sirem to lenrn a profe'sional trad e.s-
IN.-ially adapted to this climate. More
work than I can do. 10 a day guairan-
teed. Address T A. ('HATAIV. General
( Delivery.
Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Morgan, of New
York, are at the Daytonn IHne .s. Mr.
i bff i im n ri 1. the lrir7 inn t Iian


Mllorganll is |fll *pro lyWl. ll 1*11 .'**
at present in thishvi'inity. He weighs
370 pounds and i- siix .t-t and eight
inches tall.
Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Wren and Mi-. II. i
May Adams, of Trenton, N.J., are r.-I
,ent rrial at the alu-tto. Mr. Wre'n
is thinking of purchasing a linoe in Day.


Soon the Bells


Will Ring

Calling the children to eemooL om
children will be glad; nomns wiN nat.
They will all be glad if they have a pair
of our Webater School Shoes. They are
Wuknowledged to be the best school soe
made, and then you get a Webaster
Dictionary, with each pair.


BED COMFORTS, BLANKETS,

CLOTHING and HATS

AT STARTLING

PRICES.


Yours to Please,



Moore Bros..


it isa Fact






i(wrm in ttw city. Prix" arie right.






Do F. MORRISON

Longe'lOid *,Stand.
'Phone 19.

0
* That we have the t fnest assortment of
Sroeerie n time city. rices ae right.


D.F ORIO
0 ~nes~d8ad


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tona and spending the balanee of his:
Miesi lHclen. aoro, late arrivals at tie Hotel tona an! sinllig tie' lealaime"' eel iis
sp landn. Ma Boggs arrives a vt the Hoarel winter's with us. IRev. Win. .I. Harknes., of Jackson- J. A. Erirkson was over from IeLalnd
Demspland.. M i a Boggs is a very lhari- vill, i expected to preach in the Congre- yesterdayt.
ing musician and vocalist, and is very Mrs. M. K. Mean. ofSte.nlvilNle.()Ohio. national church tomorrow ait eleven
popular with the guests of tihe hotel is. a very Minn EleanorSteffter is with the Bloggn. I~st Situial1y, anp i0 stopp ilil nt th.- Bros. -'Take lookk"
..I t,.,i. Ms Min i-i .1 inui- 1it May C,.ison, the enterprising ad-
S.8$anitarium lFood C(o.'s goods at lItel l Np:cd. i. Me' Iu is k mUi- M trick bicycle rider attnrated conid-.
T-Pot. Grov ry. elai ( ,f,.o,.idertabli. nt to anl taikesgrat vertising manager of the St. Auguntine rabl attention nthe strentMesteriay
de.lighit ii playing for the' childre'lTi. IE'.ening Record. favored our t anctum
Hon. William G. Ewvina, of Cthiango,. with a very pleasant call Thursday. R. I. Wall, accompanied by a party of
former Judge of the superior C('ourt of W.'. F. ltozier h. moved down freon Miss ('repon has covered the East Coast ladies and gentlemen from the North.
Illinois. will address the. people of Day.- Orrion'ol and ol-n-d a s0hop in tmhe verv thoroughly, and the advertising left Wednesday for the lsle of Pines.
tona. on Christian Sciene', ait th, <)lra-, i Si.'neer lbii whling, wh.re i h i iiamilft,- climin-f oi the. record show the results
House, Tuesday, January 21. at N:i00 during palmetto lbrnshlie ete. Ili makes .f he,.r l|,,.- G.tir-0"ge A. Cantine, of Newburg, N. Y..
o'clock. All arei ordially invited the-a'Ir a numiiber of iiueful article fro .i tihe pal.-i oeie of New York's most distinguished
this noted speaker. inIetto. the' brush.-s -iming .-ji:. finill lin-. i Te ihIy.v.< imans are oni the lookou fit lfor lecturers has reserved a suite of roonim
.Artists'ipplre..st Itrmes' Noelty A progre-sive linnPr was given bv th. it le. iiffering from ii- for the eason at the Grand Atlantic for
St ore., son. The first of the week JanobhSlough Mrs. Cantina and himself and will arrive
tore. followinpi rse ns wV> (ll" '-im ,..iili a pil t *a'intity of "Ro oilg nRatt" nini aH i, latter port of this month
Captain M. .Janek.n. of tihe 'nitIte %Mr-. M. Wile'r. %Mr. .il -- Mr ;,apli. T.ith tle intention of putting
States Army. is spending th- .... -oni at ,Brown, Mrs. Sl'irt. tMr nol MIi' l .s lme ,,f the pests out of e.xistei-ie.'. Alle..rt Wittenmyer. of Emi,on. Ild..
the Depland. Although a y> i: h,,lookingS Ihhotlle. Mr. nnl Mrs ur,:,. Mr. and Shrtlv t,,r Jaike. irformed the task a called at our offlce yesterday. Mr. Wit-
man. Captain Jackson wrvtd dunnli tih,. Mrs. Hilllard atil Mir. and Mr. .1 II. ,,-,J.I.,,i rat made away with the tennhyer has leased thirty acrem of land
Cival War. At the batti- of AtlAint.i tile Mor', pino'uppl., and if it should INb e etn e! near Ormond and will plant it to water-
captain and Geo. M.I'. IHolt. also a guest &~rAll tihe le.alhicglily nwxl''.r.'itr gr've r-''il p iar' like.lv to obe the of the Desplnnd. stood fio' to fa, -n. Im, .' St t;le, j t',. ful, next year he will purlhaier severnil-
for the Union and te other for th.i oist Chik' of d for like purpo He i
aI e ctracts i af land for a like purpo. lie iHei
cause. Mr. and .Mtki G ,br.y .i.k ;:il "The. R.-ard of Filial 'itty.'i I Chi- largely interested in melon e ft.Cereals of all kinds ant T-Pl'ot (ro- Mr. a Mr.s. Dl): i v0-t. f 'ittbhfrz. n'-- *" )rai. in four act- ly M3. Po "an. native stte
cery. arriv-ed ;is.t Snlid;Iav. T'l-' gntli -.nie of tillon Wiii.i mu wil! ,e given by the.f ,it-
Sth- party t.ike ren':it delight in huniit iniig 'r;turi-. I).'i;rttnie.t of thel Palmetto Comptroller room lih.a i- ewiv.led tle
The new winter schedule on thi' aind have, ialr.,,nly iuggel" rcin-il.r.el ,v Club, i.eiay e.vening. January 3s1t, ait hltst of the tax ihooke from tih.e different
I Florida East Coast Railway went o .In ,.glne. Th,.' ar-. -toppimig .-t t.he I).- the DlayTo i;a ole'.ri hoiuse. Half the county asisenors of Florida. The tahn-
Ieffect Wednesday and we now have' four itlland. proce-eds will go for the ine-ntit of thle lth'l returns show thl total taxalileh for
trains each way -%ery day. The. Mouth- Dayton Library Bilding Fund. .d-' Florida for the year 1N)lto 61$107,701.-
bound trainto arrive at Daytona as tfol. Mletoy Brotlier-. ;are i.*rtir with -ou.-. ayimi .reer d 0eutd 7.r-m Tink.- i T0117. In time year 1900 t e, iwwed
lows: 10:56 a. m.. 1:146 p. n.. ;- :.::l p. p s in r:nniz t h. Clc-h.urln ,i et w ni here e ly Club rmlr, anel it Pal-! v luatioin was $96,486,813,t. From this
m., and 11:36t p. In.; the northboundd are' l N.'w Sicyrn;a. Th, e.Fy 'o-rv i hii.p ni t I li'u,,c,,r,'. it will tie men that Florida is galini in
due to arrive in this order: 4:39. .. size, li-.r pass n g'rs ev.ry dIy, l- wealth in a very gratiFying manner, the
3:31 p. m., 4:08 Ip. ui., and 6.:2 p. mi. -its c rosilertle fl iiht. Iy- thi wai. Ilahifax Lodge No. 81, F. aind A. M .at ; incrw*. for the year beinglW74,094.
Grahanm and rye ieied t the" te -oni derinc t Gramling Bakery. I tL. wi-wnt-r, we' (ln r",-oDrnmln.t :l'. tii-r Tliurs h.i evening, was attended by Govetrnor Jennings has issuedaprotla-
Strrp1. j more thin the usual number of niemlier.s nation designating Friday, Febuary 7,
About seven hundren- olor'od people and v:sitors. Work was exemplitked on as Arbor Day, and recomn d that
pi WN.ew line of pi.-ture frewine' nueiml,
passed through hdr,' Wordnday fter.- s at rlire' ui. I'trk hl'k. la can;ilat" in the apprentice degree, I on that day the people throughorn t6
noon en route to l'almn Beach. Mianmi and pton, 91. t1w we w.ere raised and three elected to l Stnte plant ornamental trees aMd shnbs
Nassau. They -.onstitute-d the' help for! mnmniershliip. Incidentally it may 6- i to further beautify our public grounds.
the great Flagler h- *Is., which mre now A company ot peolel intt-re.st.-4 in lit-, mentionu.e that Halifax L l.ge, has a 1 Especially is the proper observaace of
Sopen. The crowd became some-what un- erature and mpncical exeri',-c'-. nimt at their tain ior work that. probably, is not the day. together with pleasing and ap-
Srullv after leaving St. AugnRtine and the. re.idene,' of Mr. anm! Mrs.. A. 'nne' antoroachedl in the State. and very par-; jrooriate ,eremonie. urnd numn n r


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PublHhed Ewey tarday.

NDW. FITZ,. BAL PuuBman.

tLUBtMPTON &RrT
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ADVERISINM RAk1
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1r'Oummunikations on live topic of
Seal inteswt olieited. Aythhwn per-
tamingto pe onal grew or quarrel
winl ot be published except over the
writer's signature, and at our regular
advertising rat.

Entered at the Postodke at Daytona.
Florida, as Second Clam lMatter.

Saturday, Jan. 18, 1902.


THE C EICIC COOP CAUL'S.

Yes, tLe catcus held at the Ai mory
Monday evening w4as a-hilly at'air--
a reguiar frost. It was the most
beautiful farce we ever had toe pleab-
arc of attending. Geo. LI. Matthews
presided over the solemn affair, and
t. is Ink Wlnger was the secret.Iry.
J. T. Thoma. was nouanated tur; U
mayor: John W. Williamsu 'for col-
lector; J. W. Wilkinson for clerk: Geo.
L Porter for as-sesor: F. T. Peck for
treasurer: and tise following tor
councilmen; B. N. Steve.is. G. F.
Smith, Jasper Brown, C. It. tox. G.
H. Matthews, Henry Schmidt and
C. M. Bingham. Jr. The present
school board was renominated.
There were at the caucus altogether
67 persons, and when the first ballot
was counted up there were seventy-
eight votes cast. 0 es. it w,, a
troet. lion. C. CL. Sm h consented
to become a candidate for mayor if
nominated at the caucus. The situa-
tinn wait Cnlained fully to the ma-


When two,2 "i-4a"--"ar admirals | jority of the business men and bett,
A" to ensure Schley. and expect the element of the city, and it was ful
public to swallow theirs findings, after! explained to them what would ha
s-ek wit asseaClark, of the Oregon, pen if they did not attemi--and
and many others who are sailors, they happened._
missed the mark. U. 8. Grant was corn-
der over Sherman, but not foray mo- A oelleld whohd tre
matdid Grant assume to be in corn- ert thing In vain until I commence
memd of Sherman's famous march. We taking your valuable remedy" bn
predict, and in a short time, the accept- written. If the Wheaton News can b
amoe of Dewey's statement, which in all believed. the following testimonial to
s eMsary partienlare exonerates Schley. a country druregiit who is booming ;
The savy ring in due time will be new tonic:
broken and the hero of Santiago vindi- Darur 1cf-., LaErg your ,ny-ine 1 we
S ated. Sampson's assumption of com- ,my h busai I teni but W can .ou
i_ and makes one smile. This reminds tone of the Shakopee
man who was nearly blind and tool
Dr. Sawyer's wonderful Elixir. He
wrote:
H. C. Patterson and sister, Mi Sallip Dewr r-Before taking rour wlitr I could ow
L Patterson. have taken rooms at E. @ Int"es before, y f e. Yesterday I mt
-taa wood. I feel that I ought to let the-o farts be
Waldron's new bouse on north known. Send me another bottle.
Didgewnod. They are much pleased with Phineas E. Perkins of Mound Cen
t .ir location and are sure to enjoy tlh ter. S. D.. says that before trying th<
beauties of Dayso=& Bnake Cure "he had not drawn a so
her breath for twenty five years Lnst
Sunday be drew several sobr breaths.
kW greatly to the astonishment of his wife
and without Injury to hii health UHe
SPORTUI OUN NIE expects a perfect cure-solne time.-
P rOTANo, Jan.,17.--lhe frwt o' Minneapolis Journal.
the londevoille and Baker houses is ul' A GIImpse Team yo.
S lad ready for the shingles. Apprehensilou of Iwgluig Inoblwl by the
Mrs. Roekan. Mrs. 3oks n "profane vulgar" amounted. as is well
Mra. WSorkman. Mrs. Nojka andl Mi' known, almost to monotmania with the
May Milburn drove up to Daytona thi- xet Tennyson. Many good stories are
S Week, told In Illustration of this weakneess of
W.. Porter was in town cal his. One of the test of them will per-
W. Port w in town calng on hap bear rwtttion.
Fosard. .- Lord Tennyson was taking a country
Mrs. New- nd frirnla. Mr. Olivet walk with a friend. when a fellowv
creature wais espied iu the distance.
m4d party. wer* down this week taking "We must turn lbak." said tlie poet.
h lthe beauties of our village. "That fellow sineius" to wayl:iy us."
Mr Mr. J f t His companion persuaded bhita. how-
Mr. aa'Mrs. James Harrison. of St ever, to continue oin their pa:itl. I'bey
Paal, Minnesota. drore down from Dav- caught up to the puenny and p:a.sed
auim and apent Snday with Mr. anr' him. He took no notice of Ilieni what-
Mrs. Milburn. Mr. Milburn resided inSt ever. "What an extraordmanry thing:"
Paul in former days. cried the irate oe't. Tihe fellow seemsia
to bare no Idea who I am:"
Rev. Wetherford pre chpd morningand
ewing Sunday, in the Congrgathion' A Jposeme on Japanese Womeun.
* church. Among the Jitpalmnse women a cer-
tain number h;ivet no reason to euvy
The weekly card parties at Ridgewoo,' the European ladies in tl he matter of
Hall were inaugurated last Tuesda. purely white skins Wlhei.a that white-
e* {ing and, considering the cold, there ness t slightly r, e colored. It is in
w a od attendance, and al: spent a Japanese eyes the tie ilus ultra of
gpi ant eveningandal beauty. Unfortnately. that beauty
soon fades The proportion of white
Bor to Mr. and Mrs. A. Duggar, a skinned women is about one in tel. It
S n is to needless to any that this whiteness
Is held In high esteem An the proverb
Mr. Faecher. the reprentative of the has It "A white skin covers seven mis-
ee Medaedi Co., was in our village fortunes." a rather doubtful lapanese
Iteiterestofsco. mpany way of appreciating Its loveliness.-
Bo the interest of hs Company. R Paris Fignro
Born to Mr. and Mr. H. H. Robinson % bu it, meltd.
a son. Mr. Robinson is down south smell .ni ig l aa burning." said
with a party of tourist. rthe husband after I, had lighted Ills


pipe and settled Mbak In thle ensy chair
There were two men with organs and for a comfortable saoloke.
Pboakeys who delighted the children "Isn't It delicious' ex Ais week. wife joyously. "I etaptied a whole lot
of awet leaves Into your tobacco jar."-
'Ohio State Journal.
CONFERENCE IN SESSION. .Sha e
returns?" asked tbe man who wanted
The sixteeth annual session of the to know.
Sait Joh River Conference of tohe "The literary business.'" s-idbed lhea
Methodist Episcopalchurch convened ; struggling author ns lie O;w-IK- a (8 v.
-Thursday evening at seven o'clock at pound rejected bo*. i. uistansr-ipt.-P'lil
the First M. E. church. The presi- adelpbia RDec(r!'
dent, Bishop Jame- N. Fitzgerald,
made an appropriate address prelim TABLE o e TIDES.
1ary to the administration of the W.k beginning .lJaa.1. 1. 0"2
1cerement of the Lord's Supper, in RIn THt:.
which service he was assisted by the, a. li. p.m
Presiding elders., t,,nd........ 2. 2:: ..
Following this the organization of Monday.......................... :;:.,1 4 21
the conference was effected. liev. .1 Tw day...................... .... :. :-, ,
IL Hawk was elected secretary. After Vedneday...................... -:1:, I : 1
some Other items of or-:aUlzat ion wert l'hursd.iy.......................... ::.; 711:,,
attended to the congregation w..s 'riday............................ ... ; :
Invited to repair to the parsonage to Saturday.......................... : .:41
enjoy an informal recepti no tendered LOW TIDE.
to thellshop. A pleasant social hour ,'mnday........................... 9:15 :27
was here spent, during which th, ilonday.......................1... 1:20 1l:2!
ties of the church served vert ruteday ....... ............. 11:17 11 ::E
dainty refreshment*. Vedneldy.......................12.1)
Yesterday morning the conference. I'hurmlday ..................... 2:2 1 11
cnOveed at 8:30 o'clock. The firr "riday........ .............. 1:1 1:4
half-hour was occupied with devo: itturday....................... 2:01 2 :,
laIal services conducted by lisho
Pitzgerald. At nine o'clock the bus
es was taken up and after sou.
matters re Iattended to, Irev. i
G o P. Mains. of Nex York, made a
address in the interest of the Meth,
dlit Bookt Concern, of w. Ici he its th
junior partner in the Eastern hou
Tha conference then adjourned -
meet at 3 p. m.
In the afternoon, after appropriate.
openla services, 11er. Geo. P. Mal,
D. D., of New York, preached fro.
the text Ju lges U. The ermon wa
o i .r_-tt beauty and power, and w., T
mast thoroughly enjoyed by all wh- "
Ieai t.O ALL T onros brad is te
IhoP FItzgerald will preadeat tV. OF ALL Tag Ilolivirrom, bread is tac
Plrida conference at St. Augustin, at important. It i# considered so
after acOLUdalu khi s ork here. Hi ure, and every effort ia directed towards
afelcopal resdence is at St. Loij reducing thoroughly s'veet and in all
ai sand bl. cam ..._a d ithierrerie.-ts edible and DIGESTItl.V


An, slesbw a ekutcand deusrI a"
quick&,sratain ur oar ninam free w e an
probabin puteW table. Comumunlea.
sent fresh, agency reform snpetenta.
Patensm taken I roukh Munnceivet
8PEW~LS896m.without. I~ate nthe

A hUnGsomefy fhustrated weekly. JAvpeit cr-
culation of any .IeN40t fcnrnaL Terns, 63 a
year: fnir monthi6 6=o1byail newwkesiors
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Rates: $2 and Upward; Splml to
Regular Board
SM:W rMWxA, nmOaDL.

Thompson; m. .a..
High Grade Tailoring a peialty.
Suit made to order for $18 and
up; Pants for $4 and upwards.
C.l.. ad ,teimk .t m.....b as.,.
Cottage Are., rear of Wy Hutel.
DAYTONA, FimaDA.

WA.NTrD--SLVB3AL Papl or C VA.
ai'ter nnd good reputation in each tate
(one in this county required) to reprw-
ipnt nod advt Old establiMhed
wealthy lutinem hone of solid financial
.tanding. salary $18.00 weekly with
*xpumw'w additioal, all payable in cmsh
.114411 Wedlnesday direct from head off)es.
I lo) and carriage furnished when net-
.-'sITry. Ilefernce. Enclome self-ad.-
l riQ4e41l-mstinlaml envelope. Manager,
:11 I; rixton Building, Chicago.


Uhe OAKS
Ikeautifully Iwwated on Ridgewood Ave..
Daytona, Florida.
NOW OI'EN TO GU ESTS.

. n.Ev lhournm. lheated,'tlhroughout by hot
air. new furnishing,. everything
to make gu-.*tmromfartable.
Rates l ';.esomable.


Mrs. Georde Silvweanil.Prop.


:one Palms


TIsi popla;>:lr honie-like boarding
hiouMe is lwautifully situated on
IN-a.hl Street facing the Halifax
Riv.'r. The. roomu are large and
the table board excellent. The
house. is blnt thrie lblocks from the


p(oi~tofluii. andl convenient to all
t lia,. 111urcele ansd bit one mile

flr0111 th.- I10,101. Istfs r-4 n afW)blP.


WA\NTEDI EUROPEAN HOUSE.
lt'I~auI a fisaf r aiaaaa'Zr41 r a' ~ ltsa.i.'aNOW OPE'IN.
Otfilu.' f. i%.I %% i fito 111"'11 it] tlt,, '. ilfilyV ('ntatrally Lw uatied. flt..s mMod'riat~e.
H.'i'i-:s 2')'iitp'i l12 liit it I 2 f~iA. OSlR INE, lProprie.tor,
K i I ~*' ii' r faiai t '~ iu ''.il -(ra a.ingeA veinil. lDu tona. Florida



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William Eick,
IH-nl,-r in..

Oysteis, Fish and .

Dressed Poultry. a


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00Ge. H. Matthews, Prov. :
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First Class Work
('.I.L ON Till:

Daytona Steam

4 LAUNDRY

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We 1,.' tIhe' finest liae of
mnattinlffx. art squam's,
rugs, andlledil i fort
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Davtona Ice Co.
WK. Wwuwo, Kaan"..


PURE ICE
Made from Distilled Water.


3admstlla Avomuma ud aUsead

Mills Transfer Co.
IHaub beXag, fight, etc.,
rates eamonable, prompt service.
Office, Boston Barber Shop.
Phone 77. .8. MILL. PNoP


J. A. EIICKSON

Has a big lot of HarmEMr, Collars,
Leather Straps and Part.. Jast
received Harnem $6.50and upwards.
New Sewing Machines for $16 aod
upwards. I can furnish you with
any kind of a sawing machine.


Toer Pathesf*Oe ,.l*tied.


N. ERICKSON,
Cabint Makewr and
Fancy Weed Worter.


Door and Window Scrrens, Picture
Moulding" made to order. AH khids of
Furniture Repairing doneonshort notice
at reasonable pries.


Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA..


"You can u ol all the people -
of the time, and some of the
people all the time; but yo
can't fool all the people all the
time."
WE DON'T want you fooled
any of the time.'
Low priced paint will always fool yn.
It may look well when first put
on but will not last. It cos as
much to put on a poor paint as
it does a good one.


Hi Niver &Son, P4iTS


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Poultry. Etc.


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


r5he Northern
MEAT MARKET


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NSANMTE BTtCr.
It's all Florida.
Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobaeeo, dotored wita l
aPd other drugs, when you can have the pujr Florida leaf at a flvest pdit
Box of 25 $I.0 -
Box of .75JFE.BY MAILrTO ANY ADDRESS.

, S.W.ROWLEY.Sn Mato, Florida.


Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.
DIXIEE FLYER ROUTE"
0ly Ma oaf Tr*rm Jaemswous mtogo e* west.


No. 2 No. 4 Stations No. 3 No. 1
7:25 am......... 7:4.3 pm Lv............ Jackmonville.........Ar 8:55 am......... 8:15 pm
10:55 am.........11:03 pm Ar..............Valdosta Iv 5:35 am......... 5:20 pm-
4:10 pm......... :5 am Ar................Macon ...............Lv 12:-4 am.........ll-0am
7:45 pm......... 7:25 am Ar..............Atlanta........L 9......L .00 pm......... 8:00 am
1:00 am......... 1:00 pin Ar..........Chattanooga..........L 8:00 p......... 3.406 am
6:40 am......... 6:35 pm Ar.............ashle ...Lv 9:30 am......... 9J0 m.
1.:01 pm.........11:40 pmi Ar...............M-artin LT 5:15 am......... 3:47 pm
7:24 pm......... 6:52 ana_Ar.............St. Loui..............Lv 11.5 pmn......... 8:86 as
10:50) anm r Chicago Lv 6:10 pm
12:40 pm......... 2:30 am Ar............ Louisville............Lv 8.:00 am......... 2 5 pmu
4:15 pm ......... 7:26 am Ar............ Cinnati............ Lv 11:15 pm.........11:06 am
9:15 am Ar.............. Chicago Lv 7.00 pan


No. 4-Dixie Flyer-Carries Pullman Drawing Room Bufett Sleeping Cma,
Jacksonville to St. Louis without change, making direct coneetioa at Nashvi
with sleeping ,ars for Louisville, Cincinnati and Chicago. Only stops at following
A. V. & W. tations: Crawford, Baxter and Fargo. Through coaches between'
Jacksonville and Maron.
No. 2-Day Expresn-Stops at all A. V. & W. local stations. Makes diet co.
nections for all points West and N<-rthwest, via both Cordele and Macon.
Connections made at Jackmonville with all northbound trains of the Sehboasd
Air Line and Florida East Coast Rym.
E. H. BARNES, Gen. Sup't. S. D. PICKET, Gen, Ps. Agt.


Ladies' shoes, sizes 3 to 4. regular price $2.50. now only.............$9.M
MiWes' shoes. sizes 13 to 2, regular price $1.20, now go
Children's Oxfords, to 8, regular price 50 cents, now 2i
Boy's, 3 to 4, regular price $1.00. now .s0
Men's Patent Leather, satin calf, regular $3.50 stock, now-........1.7

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


GEORGE RAY.




NORMAN S. DAYTON.


LUMBER
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. i'. Ry. (West of Postoffce.)
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


SV UVPHOL8TERER AND
H. V BRACEVY F oIGHRADE
MANUFACTURER or IiIGHl GADE
in Moss and Fiber Mattresses
Dealer in Second lHand Furniture and Stov4s.
Your O),1 Furniture Made as n(ood aR New.
Second Avenne, opposite .la-tiit's V illi, Phone .1 DAYToNA, FLomos.



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asfitting.


sti..irn n Inl it W,'ater IL.ating. I iJ. L.. Odua, oP.wrae er.
: -tirmnates. Iurmi-iedl. Work (iuarant'*d The finest Mfarket South of Jacksonville.
P. (). Box 28,. A full stock of all kinds of FnAh Florida
j'1i at itri .ei..olan lHotel. Shop in rn ar. and Western Meatp.
Daytona. Fla. Poultry a specialty.


sed Pine Cypres!


th, Shingles,

ling. Ceiling.
Cement In Stock.
ne 83
Railway And Orange Avenue.
t. J. Malby, Manager


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MANIFACTUrnKs of...
Fine Wagons
and Carriages.


General Rlack-smithing and Repairing.
CIXKITIrIC HORSXE-aOLING A SPXCIALTT.


Shop near Bond & Bond Lumber Ynril.


Rough and Dres

Lumber, La'

Flooring, Si
Brick, Lime and

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We Are Still Offering Bargains.


We haveceived a large Ime .of underwar, and ar offering excellent vma ,s at 30c, 5c5 and 75c per piece.


Gloves we oIr at prices tat a bound to make you a eumntomr. Wool. ii. silk, kid and leather, 25e ap.


Come and gt om of our Toa Dollar corvet cloth skinner silk lined overcoats. There very handnouwe.


We have a lot of duit peas, cupidors, foot tubs, basima and pitchers. w <,11o utn want ianl will .ll cliheap.


No matter how small a purchase you make

we can save money for you. q ,


NORTH BEACH SST.

IS ith&Son, DAYTONA.


The city comuel ueta rMgular mIo m
Monday evening with President pro tem.
Atwood i chair.
Present; Aid. Co4rad, Foster, Bix.
S.hmidt and Wieking.
Minutes of previouspeial and regu-
lar meeting eed and approved.
Following b lle presented aad ordered
paid:
Win. Eick. 22 lightwood post..$ 4.40
W. E. French, work for city....... 6.75
W. E. Freweh, special poli m 2.50
Peck & Foster, order of Mayor...
for grocerle ............ 2.00
JeMe Thomas, street work....... 4.87
Joeph Mires, street work........ 8.12
Mike Hogan. street wek......... 1.25
Perk & Foater. Id bill DecO..... 25.18
Mauea & Wll CoJ., alamaM of ....
bill to January let. 2.48
E. F. Massed, 8 yde. ahelL.... 40.80
J. W. Maley, special po- 3.00
F. T. Peck Tr, nternet 487.90
H. F. Douglass, wood .75
Anton Mass. paitg jail........... 41.00
W. 8 Rodgers saery De 40.00
I. eamettalar Dey e 5.O
I. Humphris salary De. .......... 1750
N. Erikmaoa. axisg two habs... .50
N. & Dayton, brek and eement.. 10.45
Halifax Priting Hse.............. 8.75
8tandardOilO.gelj........... 15.95
J. Brat"& Bo, hakemhing... 4.10
Bond & hoR Co., mb..er......13... 18.94
J. W. Wilkon, alary............... 18.50
PetitiomofJ.K. ahRdorWight to put
sewer feom his pprorty to the deep
water i river wa rod. Mwved by Aid.

be allowed; carried.

read.
sam Wamvuse stie s from
cty regi-rsti O J. L M. aerson,
HRera& nrC 0 O. 6. osfa,
M. W. Swain, Jam E. Lo~,W V. ..
Kellr, R. F. Liodbewg. J. M. em,
W. H. Watson, Alsmader BeIy, M.
Copeland, E. C. BRager, E. h Rms,
J. C. Bua,h. 8. H. Colmmda, G. H. Bloaut,
H. B. Corwin, W. 0. Coerd, F. C. Albm,
C. B. White, J. 8. Story, H. E. loltt
Mares Lea,t E. J. Milb.
Moved by Aid. PoN r, seeoaded by
Aid. Rix, that the llowi budget be
adopted for the year edmif tgo mood
WedMeday of February 1903; carried:
Salary. Clerk 150.00


Marshal
Attorney
Treamer......................
SCollector
Aesnesor
PhyseipsU
latersmt obodas
Stanet ligbtig
Printing
Fire protection


480.00
100.00
50.00
235.00
350.00
125.00
1175.00
2700.00
100.00
350.00


treets ad Sewers. 300.00
undries..... 265.00
Moved by AM. Srhmt. aecoded by%
Aid. Foster that the Mayor be requested
to have the ditch betwea railway right
of way and Clemme t property heaseld;
carried.
Moved by Aid. Foster, codMed by
Aid. Rix, to request the Mayor to aoty
Mr. Hebhaat to remove his electric light
wimrto a uBciem dinuease from those
of the Telephoe Co., so that the *er
rie. oi the latter Compamy will not be
I- o" w;. CiTeW.
PetitiO of J.G Brown for the Park
Commaiseo.for rigtto trim the UM
oak tgees, at aeothwest eoruer of Pal-
metto and Oraavenames, Ia order to
try and save same, was read. Moved by
AM. lhmit, mes doed by Aid. Foster.
that maumhetgreated carried.
Moved by AM. Aater, esade@1d by
Aid. Bix, that the committee aa Special
Amienmet be reqeWd to immediately
Wakese"N int 01of eet e- Orange
ar aseiprOemeNt westof Bdgewood
against the abutting property owners;
carried.
Moved by AIld. Fo-rr. eaand by
Aid. Sit, that he Cbk pay the bile of
Win. ek forixsingsldpwe inatteresame
have bees 0. K. by the Mayr; earrbed.
AdjouMed.
J. V. wu-w, Cr.


VERY TRUE.
The loeni newspaper should h6- found
iaevery home No hildlren -hliol4 I **
brought up ignorant who c. it, I6. ;:1':1 t
to appreciate honme palper.. It i- :iI
to be the stepping stone to inttlo'. n I,
in all those matter. not to In. fo.nil 11i
books. Give your children ;o f-! in.t
paper which onutaiis n t o'.W v n'"
about any person, plaet or tlhii : 'i'
they ever saw or perhaps *vi ri h. r I ,,
and how do you exp.r't them to h. init.i-
MWted? But let thwnm reaml llih.on mp,.,p- r
'and hear of people whoi tithe' n,,e. nd:141
of plcee with which they 'ir. fIimili;l:
and soon an intermrt is awak.-nidl wli. i
iaenasese with the arrival of ev,--r.i 1i.-i'!
paper. Thusa habit of re4,4liig i- form, ,l
ad those children will r.id*a .lp.,ri' 1'
their lives and become initellig,-r.: ii n
and women, a credit to tli-ir ;in, 1.o,.
and strong in the knowhlel..of tli, (rli!
as it is today.-Fairnmoit (1.\l,., ) .SN.ii

lAshesm en Attention
Phillip T. White, of 'ort I r:,.rv. \\MIt
takeout a party of two o, !4, t..n..; tri,
for $2.00 per day, and furni, |>i > 3 ** ,
bait. Bosts, lineand .iait fif,.r-l.'il f4,
$1.50 per day.

Disease and danpgr lurk in ith. \i'.'!
ergaas. The bloor I N'-on)l.'- Vit. ;.1 ; i,.4
the general health is niri ,; -I ;,.
over tde tnin lh and li r I;,;. 1,< i .
formt their ftnctioniila i1 I ni;, i,' II,'h,. ,i
HER INE will toni. utip th, -,'t ".
regulate the liver, where, o4,i. pi"'" .-
tiomsonly relieve. l'rice. :'4I ,.nL t- I
J. M. Jones.
The announcement com,- f,ti" V,.
iTg* i that both Admiral ld ,,y .in i
General Miles are to be deprived ,, Ih'
homor of representing the army a nli ::l1
at Oe coronation of Kintr l:1I '.'.,
arelybecause theycomrin.i midled ., lI 11:;1
Sbcley. Presumahly on thet id,.- tii:at
the coronation Aervice in no 1;.hI. fr
men who are liable to msay .l..
think.-Atlanta Journal.


PALMETTO CLUB MEETING


T'he PaI lnmetto Club held their fourth
ret!ular maetin of the .eason o0n
Thlur-day, .laniuary 1ith. in their clul,
ro,:n in the Atlantic Block. Anot her
Snirprie w. a- ii, .tore for the ladi...
Itut t htn.t l i. -e.ins the year of ple.;.-
i:1 n.ovelties. After roll call. .iv-.
iur'-y 'v -e *-' ';rrent ,Events" iln whic'
-! I,- d ."i. tilntIly .a count of ia ("I-
nei'- c'rtet'~e.' and i al-o inlitioltled t t'
c'mn:ii. ohs.rvance of McKinlvy Di
(,:1 .lanuatry 29th.
The ulject of ti.e da' "'ookery
wa\. then taken up. Mrs. Ma'y Ste.'.-
art read an interesting account of I I,v
advance and progress made ip cook-
ing by the aid ot electricity, and totld
h,,w its une facilited and lightene 1,
Wo her branches of household drudger\.
- ,h a' ironing and scrubbing. St:c
ti c i told of a .ServantsTrainingSchool
;n Ii o-ion under t he auspices otf t .


,


The
LAUNCHl


.. SMYRNA'.'l' TO......
NE',;7 SMYRNqA


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...... ........ -:30 pll)
.. ...... ................. 2:340 plni
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.4 :'..4 I.,(, 4 lll lf Tl ,rn l Im 1111(1
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Pare fr und Trip $1.00.


Launch : Doodle" for Charter.


DLY.>


T.'OTHERS


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Rub'- r Tire <.
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: !:,r .s Careful Drivers
T i I t In(."I.- il thle rit y..

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,4,~~age Line 0


Y. \\. ( A. and of its untold Ibneti '
t4, 'iilpoyer and employee. It njadd.
ti- ou.'ewives wish there were inorc

A brilliant pianoduct then followed ,
I he (Grand Valse de concertt by Ho, lt ..
clharmiin-gly rendered hby Mrs. V.i.


iaumle and Mrs. Ennis.
Favorite recipes were then given b'.
tour of the ladie -"A VA ccttalh
-. ,'v" h1 Mrs. Foote; "Marguerite-"
,. Mis ('arrie Smith: "(Cho'lat<.
: ilt-t't." by Mrs. Martguaret Atwooi
an --. A \'White Fruit Cake" hby:-.
c,-h. Tol --how that the recipe'= "t';."
Stricd a nd true" each lady had pir-
Itartd Iher dish for the club and a ,:-,
.iihtful little collatimon it made.
Thre buinc-s meeting followed the
initermnission. Two delegates werc
a;qPointed tIo the ( onfederati,4on w
. r7 'i.t ity. .Mrs. -aI;tw a~ th i
I'r,'htdlint's alternate anil Mr.'- e '.1-
.r!. \ t h M i-- ( '.r i, S n iti t .- :it!tt r

\i!, tpro4priatii', wi.a, iai..t"' I.i
- talei' chairs for the club room.
It wa-i announced that our families


Worms take refin,.' in tlh.' -um.ll I '.1 frit-'id. would have a chance to
tes ei, where th'3 an ea.i Iitill4 I,. i. re' the delightful treat the History
WHITE'8 CREAM VEltMI II41,EF '1e,11tthea'
destroy them parasites, Tl.. v.'ti. i "a--.a r u. ;t. they arc torepe'
the people tells plainly how well it hI i t-' hir |IrioIrall inl the IHall on the :tI-t.
succeeded. 'rice, 2.5 et'r ts. "It .1 1M The l' a-iiin. littIt' ( hile'as" Sto'r
Jones. hia-. ,*enal av dramatizedl h. o:-t- tO
The John B. Stetson I niverlt% :,,I ;i.ll4 httr., anl d the lai lict, L '.v-
DeLand, now ha mnior stud.len ts tl.m ;,t i a 2rt':dlt deal of tim'- a;"1id 1, t'
say former period in its history n-urin. its .sucess. ..\1 halt tni plr,-
*. 4.'.-: ;trt. 1o !o to th I );\ )tona ira" '.
-- !"l* LL]. IF'riend., the' pla' ,ni,.lh t,>
TABLER'S BUCKEYE Ill1.1: i41'1 i ; MENT has been thorm'ghl i.b. I I- ir ,
manyyears and is a ipoiti.l ,''.* 1,, i'. lp alotn a much nlided iln lrot -
Uthin Hot. diett',iviig aMnid ,'. 1.--;n- :;int in o,,r little town. Thli ti'kc!t-
of trouble r PIrice, 7. .I. t. .. tt' 1 -. i.roctirabhl at l'a m '.In :i~


S


A Head


that throbs, pains and
aches, or feels heavy, stuf-
fy, dull or dizzy, is a poor
head to do business with.
It irritates the temper, up-
sets the stomach, interferes
with digestion and wears
out the brain and nerves.
Make the nerves strong,
the brain dear and your
head will be right.
"H ead caches from hvnoo. .an4
bs*rfot reso nrous tilat I cou.I 24 1
* d. dizv, dull. cef'! ,-. z ;-..t
ce scaicely think connc:.,.:l .. :.
Mile' Nervine st rengtheii',i n.-.L es
S de my head clear e a ...
RV.W.M. .AN. r -.K!
Lewibur., ,'..io.


mmmn -


' i)r ', :,t nr.'.
i \ l. al n '1141n41'>un< l ctd l that the lir-t
i tcrte atitiiit llt i l'n the L.t'c iil I 1 !:,
4 ,,i ,v.oii!(l Iet" t iveii h l r. I-' ,+
'a .ivof Walmhington, a great lheCtiIt I
Iln Travtl. Art and Adventure. lit-
% ill 'rc here on Saturday, Januarvy 2t ,i
,moonl i- siure to give an enjoyable eve n-

Thi n t- meetingg of the club i i i:
tihe li.i id' of the Philanthropic IDi-
pa .rt ment. w .o ha, .-ecured Dr. I or-
it- of stetson IUniversity to give .1
Stali on h ti- Uplifting of the N.kro
i.tac ." As there arc so ninny inti'e-
et eel in this subject the ladie h.a vc
itcid ed to throw the meeting open Ito
all. Those who are not intere-tcd i,;
Il.is ~u'i ect ought to be, es ieciai:y 11
r.:v arce rc-idtnts, a- on.y by .tu!.,--
.1a. .124i workin. to tali 'ld 'can:i ,
.i.L k ouiir colorect o'itizeli( iof Imore hit%
il-ct',%t .c i oi ther-. The 'iii.-
.in: :.r-o: .i ,' tpartl iitcnt in dioin.2 a 'ir'. -
A,4 ., .,i thi, fink. atli should b.. ; \
-.1i41aortu.i hti ;at;. Cone'. to hear .1 C
I ':, !. Fr'.. s ha- t to elL t on t it ,
'ct. w,; ti'e atterno. n of Tliir-l i..
.l.nuaI'V .:'it ii, at tV!ie <( |t-ra Hou.-ec .i1t
"'' I'. M L. .L.- tlti., i. one of th fe c.v
oc'i:I-ii: oin which our i nt leaRt:i
Itr:';-~ clan meet with u-' wc hope to
t tilnm ,out in full force Irhcy art.
c-' ,. i..i v in\ ited.


I ; '7 14, 1. IN AM LA 4'.' T .


'ftl~jelion"93.


.. Attention.


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BENNETT HOL3*


'nisttm.- i, l. i mdi i "ituiit.'d o North Ridgewo-ml: l[sawall B)EderU
r~*i.'n.... 14: i'~e wit I I1III.t air; :1711 ll] I outmiikc rowoi4 ing. ly (or en ,uite. mb
s4uit+- with ttpito' ivnth tI; e-l.tx'i. lights mm '~iii iiw: hroml Ivritmikolthp-,cui n.; z
1-i'llett. R,-It."a ,'a ielle 11 evpr'%t~i'e? hi tiv [,oug r theim iombrt(o1f g iwstt'.
Day tona,'Florbla.


STANLEY HOUSE*


11 I. MO SELE.Y. irE,pprio*tE r.
Tlte. 114~k%14414 lh'lwt: mo. ti. its-k if rom PotoepW.


Terms: $7 to $9 per WeeK.


Daytona, Florida.


HALIFAX HOUSE,
Mrs. AW t. Eir'k. Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
',n\. .i.- l!.\ I.. .. .. l \ irl the It. ;ie tifful ll lifiax River.
I'.h. l;,.! ,: .!;i i, t E l;t:t. u 1n. lHl.1r i'wr Diay; Fivv to S.vv.n lollirs per Wek
'. "1 T N 1. FI.< ill!)\.
j*


;THE WHITE HOUSE


..:.I.ie.***.11.-ne*. NE.1111:NI ZI. FL \

Renovated and Newly Furnished.


GRANu ATLANTIC HOTEL K

Daypto"a, Flovlda.
Opens December 1st.
'r~~~:ji p I'4i~rvt1 i a ol'.i" 141 11 iluoih 'I41ntl t'il .11.1411 to) 4doll~l4 Ala its &Iee. m u Ol-
in I olate4" 20110i.u Ifs? .;it IiJas n1 -'vi u rfin kieiI :and41ijwt.a t.*.;l: 'lvt ri.' iglite( wed
tli w ul '~ v1L~ l'iteel; mt" 1ie'new lillird. 11- lr l ;n : 't kitix r'' ill'. 1iie%%ladiv%* lvrkw Sad_
mull 1-II i, 'r. Tlv rll'i; 111Atlanutici-.. .tlv:1h'lvd4411 th.- wa*.' i opi t '* 1141 tail 1111-4 lvaut"1
:1 ~ ,~'l clt i f -i,:4i't i poitd4- ~ 44 '4lll n :isil jl isiw_ from our EownDPier.
li. t.1;4*-11:4.S'4 f.4-wI.4Xl' Jas. HI. Johnson & Sons, ria..girs


TH E PALM ETTO


C.O.CHAMBERLIN. PROP.


Now Open


l-;h.'i~:. l.I.ZI'i' 41 144 *'4444.441'4 II. .44441


Il..p ;,it, I Cl11441 fuIItbs.


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NOW OPEN


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T. L. RODGERS, Proprietor.-


Private Board


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nrs J. B Parkinson, 0.:t,,m. Flo-ril


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DISPLAYS
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1 hotel -I] I? 14:4:0; .141.. I v! ir

444 It,. vicinity.4
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ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES. CUISINE UNEXCELLZD.
Rates $2.50 per Days $10 per Week and Upwards.
Henry Schmidt. Proprietor, Daytona, Fla.


Seaside Inn
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FOUNTAIN CITY PHARrIACY.
\:.rf n and I. 11c Toi:. t Article
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Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.


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-Praise the h4p desy


Nervi.c
qoiets the -ation, stimn-
hem digestion and builds


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The &m n en ser.
nUm tV trying cifrmaMtitaf. even
M- aM saneris maixcrtnne overtaces the
a dthafl American. i.sa nploni. b, hi
i s l U me ela bis own opinuui n do not
wety fare ke bin. tuch a one was
d weeptpd In iIthe istret. Oo beiag
a ked the came of his tears be sobbed
l i malagled alarm and ladignation:
S 'm last! Mammy's a lot me. I told
S IMdm d thing she'd lose me."-Mulr-
hewn -Lad ot Contracw"

ft t11W pens beman to be made by
OM t, wheo manufactured them of
teead t*-mpered. The pen wras
and. though
g r a to e machblne made ar-
tide t day. was .till a
m mt aad V eenou the Iron barreled
I that had been preriousiy made.


3 -A Irmktfaat.
"'3uIW. Od lou call the boys?"
S9In agt i 01 called thim Ivery-
Stlen 01 end think of. but they wndn't
t p."-Brooklyn Life.
wer Savs.oa
m so glad you told me to keep
seounts, Henry." obe awid. "I hanve
.gst been going over tbemn. and I fnud
that I bare saved $200 In the last three
meaths."
Oed!'" be exclaimed. "Wbere's thw

S Oh, I haven't got the money." she
4 w4wnd. "but the accounts show that
I have saved It Junt the aame."-Chl-


Pr hebted Ceffee Reses*.
So many coffee houses sprang Into
aflstence during the reign of Charles
IL that be. entertaining a belief that
anmy political Intrigues had their te-
glinalg In those places. Issued an
edct ordering them to be closed. In
Ot il proclamation the following words
efmrred: "'The retailing of coffee or
Uts might be an Innocent trade, but it
wIS mild to nourish sedition. spread
OSm and scandalize great men:; it might
a a1 be a common nuisance."
Cupldn o alde.
"In all my li'e." she said. with a
-lb. "I have seea only one muian that I
S would care to nmarr ."
"Did he look like me?' ie carelessly
Then she flung herself Into his arms
and wanted to know what secret power
ame IMwoes that enables them to tell
when they are lored.-Chitago Herald.


3Blleyles are gemnrally considered a
very modern Invention. but some of
S pgyptian obellaks. It Is said. bear
arewm mounted on two wheeled vehl-
d o raseembling the old velocipedes.

SS. e asM am Olbserver.
S "*id ;teir;,,- write to you every day
whbik- b wan; Iarnellng around?"
"YV-S. v' %- a ila "
~Y. I. : i dislisovered that every one
for ; w".is written there In his
"; -,i:r-itl. antid all be had
S* ii- ifn li postotfice
."'*1 Io lie."


I,


-~ -l i:,alS lt out?'
1 3~~~~ t ,v- a t i h a t w r i t e r i s


ARE

YOU

DEAF?
ALL CA

DEAFNESS OR
ARE NOW
by our new invention. Only I

HEAD NOISES CEA
F. A. WERMAN, OF
m2fmerf: Being entirely cured of deafne'
a fall hiAor. o my case. to be u- About Yie years ago m right ear began to
S my bearing in this ear entr.lv
dI derwent a treatm for catarrh. for three
"erof physicians. among other-, the inot einit
Mnly am operation could htp me. and even Ith
the cease, but the hearinuin the affected ear wo
S I them saw -our advertsement accidental iv
met. After I had used it only a few dav a-co
to-dar.y, after.fivre week. myv hearing, in the diwea
heMttijy ad beg to remain Very tirlvy yo
I A
Owur treWtsmet does not einterfe
amnimatioa and
de free. YOUU CAN CURE YO0
M- TEMAT1HALAURAL CLINIC, 5

Chateau de.


The world's almond crop. exclusive
of those raised la California and the
west, come from Italy. Sicily. Ma-
jorea. Spain. France. Potpgal, Mo-
rocco and Algiers. The highly prized
Jordan almonds come from Malaga,
Spain. and not from the Jordan river,
as many people suppose. The common
almond is the most Indigestible of all
the ants and contains very little nour-
slhment. There are many ways. how-
ever, In which It las advantageously
used as a desert or as a flavoring.
One peculiarity about the almond tree
sla that its leaves contain prussic acid
and are therefore poisonous. while the
fruit may be eaten with Impunity.


* A spwelas Omeeleo.
First Trainp s ou onrer swe Bill go.
in over de fence wit' de boll after
him.
Second Tramnp- ust bavre been wuth
hookin at
First Tranp-Say! It wus de only
time I ever seen him when be didn't
look tlred.-Puck.


The total number of timber rafts On
all the rivers of Europeau Rumsla i
mild to 1Ie more than ti.UjoU yearly,
with a total of som r *'.UUU.UUU loigs
The follies of youth are drafts on old


age., the payment of wbheh la Impera-
tive.-Chicago News
i


A Same Thiag Sport. .
A well known politician on setting -..
out for a day's sport with a friend Legal Notices.
pointed to a large spaniel whiheb lay -
apparently asleep In the ball and bet Notice.
bis friend a guinea be could not at- in Circuit court. 7th Judicial
rac. t.. e.d.g*@ attention. Circuit of Florida. in and for
tract the dogs attention. VolusiaCounty. In Chancery
The bet was readily accepted, and Florence G. Mahorney. Complainant.
after the failure of a shrill whistle and vs.
a blank cartridge to cause the slightest Ammen Z. Mahorney. Defendant. OR
movement tMe gutiteas was delivered D.VOfthcE.
o It appearing by the affidavit of the corn-
up. plainant in the above cause that the
"ThaVt's t old dog Mahatma I had. defendant Ammen Z. Mahornev is a resident
...... -} og .a .. of a State other than the State oft Florida;
stuffed a few weeks ago." laughed the that the residence ot said defendant 1s
politician. "and that's the tenth guinea llieved by aftiant to be at 4is West S7th
... ... street in the City of N ew York and State of
he's brought me."-,Loudou Tit-Bits. New York: that said defendant is over
twenty-one years of age. and that there is
no person in this State the service ot
Italla Bsees. process on whom would hind said defendant.
Italian be s arei more hlrdy than the It Is thereupon ordered that said defendant
S. ~he and is hereby required to appear to the
native aind more profitable. They are bill of compla t herein on or before the
more energetic and will gather honey first Monday in February. IWI. being the
... .. .u tlthird dav of said month., otherwise the said
In partial droughts whlien natives will bill will be taken as confessed by defendant
do nothing. T'hey will gather honey and the complainant will have leave to
S, proceed exparte.
from llossoi.s I 1:2t n:atives will not It is further ordered that this order be
touch. They arc stronger on the wing, published for lour consecutive weeks in the
,. ,, Davtona Gazette-News.
will Ety more directly :nand swiftly and Witnes niv hand and seal of said court
are not so Irrit:ial'. at DeLand this 21,t day of December.
A.D.. ItilR.
S(--8 S s4Mt'Ei.,D. JORDF.
Hooe Paradiso. eA/ Clerk Circuit Court.
Ltnntiid Trotter (ooxieedly -Listen -..
to tbin whut Ih' book se. Weary.' -a -_---- -- _
611- 1, -- an' 1


tueD placK yer to.iiiiaer (en.i,1 nri i'ii
me:
Weary Willle-W'ere for?
Languid Trotter-We're off fer th'
great sahary desert. were they ain't
a drop o' water th' year roun'!-Detrolt
Free Press.
Neft mad Cold.
Professor-H'eat ascends. and cold de-
s ends.
Pupil -Not nlwayvs. does it?
Professor-Yes. sir; inv;-riably.
Pupil-Then how Is it when I get my
feet wet the could always goes up and
settles io my head? Philadelpbia

Monument to a Pt1C.
No strian:er inuniiaUct ,ver existed
tlhuu that wh'(ih was erected at the
Hotel de \ ille by the inual itanits of


Nine-

Tenths

of

all the

People

Suffer


From a

Diseased

SLiver.


HE


I


OCEAN STEAMS


**Savannah Line."


OSTEOPATHY
BY LAND AND SEA.
Daytona Florida to New York. Boston and the East.


Rooms 1 and 2, Atlantic Block. Daytona
Office hours: 9 to 11 ::r a. 1m1.. 1 to 3:30.


Consultation FREE


A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.


Somethila New Under the San."
All doLcturs have,, tried to cure ('aitarrh
by the us-' of powde.rs. avid .ga-es. in-
i -.. i .. .... ...., T... ...


Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.


THENCE via Palatial Express Steam;hips from SAVAN IAH. Four
8AILING3 EACH WEEK t> NEW YORK MAKING CLOSE
Connactio is with New York and BDston Shipa On Saund Lines
All ticket ag-t lt aiil hot,'ls. arsii supplied with imnthlvy ailingc u.hedule..
Write for t~nra-i'tl imtfrimlaLti i.n s :iling 'hi-'alult,. stat.-rootin re.servatioin, or call on
WAITER HAWKINS, .1. W. WIIKINSON.
i General .,.nt.. .l;,ksonvill,. Fla. AX nlt. Irnt1n Fla.


E. [.lFEVRE, M ,', I i.r. \V. II. 'I-,: tv\ 4. Tr.ni.- Managr.
N.ow Pier. 33 Nortlh Iiv.r. N.-w York. N. Y.


Luneburg. In lU inono ir. n honor of a j liu- a u n n ils i'.'a t" >toL i1 ,'
pig. '1 his. which took the tori n of i a l,' Ow .- up it.. uii oui s tetml. i -an I---i
kind of inausolemn. u.ontia.d a la ,rge The-poisi ni nt iLs itn hil. ia lr LA N T ST E I
glass vase itn which w'.s hermetically hav-,elitintly Y eiteln tu;ty th -saint'enlillP- LA 1T 1
inclo fed a tine haw cut frou thlie til- brane's thiat tlirii iak.ers li.iave ;ninial to
mtil whose tiietiory was to be hanidtid ('lr'e, whl, i, Itl p.iast. al iini int:ll ilits rinliiio t
down to posttvrity. .A uve w:as a hallan- t ren-lih thi- dliso-.a- .Aln ill nia xilr irin-ire l The iGreat Thr'l'io -li in I'' I.in' firoin Floridat-(i', nir-ctiollls:
w,nie slab ofr marble. on which. en- lra.t'tition* i or Is .lair mal y i v.,r*- E. T, .,tlititi,'o)Ist Line, via (Cha.rleston, Richmnond
graved in letters of gol.wt wts the fol. ui *al tIclolse. s ,ludv a. lil .'i.ii .y : th TO T lHE0 1tl: WashinTton.
gowle Inlsctription u lg.:otln: "Pasosers- tra~-;tiTn-Iit if (atarrh. ha'. ait lait a.a1-T The. Soutihrii aiilvway,, via SavaIunlh. Columlli and
f,'tow i, i' 'ns Iription i i.;- t r t ih \vha l l ;it t t hfll\ \atiiai i rnt ii .
by. colneniplate here the mortal r.- i.*,l. i ,t v i .li.\..s ait -s.. Init h I. T >.a shlitgt.ii.
mainialns f thei pig which acquired for iain tlt ;,s (Hftrrh. yp rovin i T A h T ithrn,.-rii 1 l. vi n-tssiip. Atlanta and Chatta'tgo
Itself iulinrishable glory by the dis- t s ii. ; O wlig h is,,.charg-'., li TO THEll- \ l The Li.nsvlal.h& Na-vil iL ,lle vin Montgomerty. '
cover of the salt springs of Lune- ,.uringail intinitliatioin. It is t.- ly Thi.M. ,,tli.rnl & (hi.a iit. It. via m Con mbn Ashvill
burg." n1n.'1lv known to i 'li' that t atiiuallvY Th Mhlh & (io I. t. via Mtgomery.;
I n,1iH-i's tli' e i"-t-.il Eipairts. 'This oir- Vi Sianniili andl )eatn Steanslip company for
ful i.i-ialy is known a.s 'S-i n.t:as tha.' Ti TTIl l New York, ihillelphiit and Hostoin.
1 ii'Ait.\NTEED CI TA -T Ill i ari:'d" I In il1 a1 I -, H Viai S. t atinlahi andil Mr-r.li';intIt n).d Miner Trannpor
i(llC A N tit tli xtriiio.ly r lav l prie' of f Ilt t itat I ta tilll pilialy faOr I.ilt Inrlli'.
hi,'h pna;1.*kn.. taii n '.ing iataiia l xd el x. Via Na t,,ik ani|d ste.iners faor New York. Baltimore
N t,'n l; r1t i' i ,lsiittia f'.iciilt f ini full moiinI th' a inil W ashiiington.
111tr1tiia-nt na!l -*irvtiiin ii ,5 'n tiV to To K.ey West ;11aI1 HIv :i.vii niiisiillar tia l -tri.l-ntal Ste-aniship Company.
/ 11 i"i el'-tl th, ,nv .rf, .t I'ao Nova; ,V tis 'a lin.-I toin ant I'rini. Ed warils Islandl via ioN ton andl Canada.
S I.t-.irrl> *-- ..r .*. .,.l Is o -r-4 \tl anti I'l t tl eilam-h-p lin. fior Halifax, latwkeslbury and ('harlottestown.
A HrA' ';it i i'r.r 'n Ili:ad e ;1ii i' i t r -W l'Lad'\V rS.
N aNOIES 1 'liz 'a ti t ny s.1-1Y.i. i isiliv
-. 11'1nI' Tha"Qit 1,11,zvi)% llgail Wlntstigl Winter Tourist Tickets
IS' I lit.ii--.t. Ilt n. ifil a!l in tal iimntioii qui kly \ ill N, oan aile thiroighliit th-- Noritlh-rn. Eiasttern. Wo-strnii alnd Southern States to
SES OF ald i -rm n'**-:ly a iI is al-o \\a ,ialrfilly all I'loriihi ri--.orts. via ir-, Ilant Syt.st-ni luring the t-aon !901. 1902. limited to
Si O f qu!-)i,-k o rI.-liv,. 11: '\ I'\.-i or I oll Iin ti. -rtlliiiir n itil May 21 -t. withI t,,i lih-r.al stopo-.v r privil.egt-o in Flohrila.
sHARD HEARINC \fal'l"'" '"f"rt ini ti'Norths-iint to thf ilal.rsirgnied will be liberally suIp-
'HARDt HEARING C i 1'at irrh whlin -iil, td o fte.n l;,adsi to i li'.-l w\ith ill ilforniatio ni iinll handso!siit alivertising t matter. I
U|IR | BLE iini,,ition-",S,,n.,. ,,' *will Mv,.n l", r information tio, rates. s...,i-ini ,.ar ,n-s ovations, ete.. all on, or write t
CU ABLE v itouii ft vo u ..it iv.It one. It is no linary I' ..Ill. Y. .Diviion 'a.sn,-,i r .relit. 1:. \'West Bay St... Jawksonville. Florida.
those born deaf are iucurablle. niiuId, but : 1 coimal.1.ft tr-'atr nnt whiil. i B. I- DENIIA.MI. General s iierinttad.n.it. It W. WRENN. lass. Traffiae Man..
SE IMMEDl~nIATELY. i pa-itively guaIiitiuted topl ri- Catairrh | MSttviiilti. liGi. Savannah. ,SE IMMEDIATELY, I ia it nv ''t' "'o'r sta if ul uat art lin
*ALTIMORE, SAYS: to dirf-tions which ia.'icoipainy each P
t% T!TMORF Md March -To : ,, vpt.akag,. iDoint dl.-lay but send -llr it Ut ****O O***** aO**--*-O O*****---*-O*- -*--OOO*-OOO '
1- k thauk i to l.u: ticatmenIt. I v : w gr yotu oin*', aund writ,' full particulars a s tl : A
SiN-il "iii.. iroin till disov-erer of this Seaboard A ir Line R
e manoith % thout antv-,iccc'. ,n,-I :t l ed a \\ ,l rii'el nrl ly regardingy vour y-h.i.a
e.itno:,-,-,,t at;ito ati ,cc -. i, et,;t Nitl,,ot ,'o-stto vaon, yone y t,.lh e.-th',..ular t CAPITAL CITY ROUTE
at oii:v t o rt r ivri otiat Iiniic t.' ** ta wou!d Ul llll 't
an a New ofk ,. o ipet. oan rl your toreat- st Roltatli a
rdlngX to ) r i't-'tiOi, h- l n- cas and .' t r, ai t, aiy l i ,re-. i thI Vst .
,,edearl i.... etrCII- ,e -|ui l d Iithank y, ahi'r e-oi d tifi ,"ao l r,',, Ii it ,.i
,r I .a.-i ttts tr lnil ol rt'-.lpt "o h' al-t line- .
WERMtN, s troaiw.y, tilttiiore. MI. '*,. Iloll:ir. A.li-.a-s lI.-pht. 1122_ 1'lW, l.\ I I I
ref w.ith fouii. usu l oc ie tion I; i;i.r:s A i',.i'\ -2:1:, ,l ;::2 S,,,. h" .ri.i,2 A
aURSE F A nominal L ir-- 't _iM'.t.lwlal u I ,, l iillIt Iaily MS-rvi-e, Iti luring
96 LA SALLE AVL., CHICAGO, ILL. TR MS- S0ity
S THE HOME GOLD CURE. DouBLE DAILY SERVICE to
T-6t T1 _"


Spee- Wines


of Passaic, N. J. Vi -ieyards.
? b VWines Rival the World ir E xceite
Old. rich and mellow by age and years of care and frequent ra
a fumigated cellars as is done with the Chateau Wines in Franc

The Chateau
tains a limiteI
plyof Private
Port nineteen
old, besid s
g hundy and Cla
Serly the sam
The Speer
however, nine
old, as we
the Burgu
Claret ant St
are hl 'h cl .as
The *
Brantly IS S
0.oid A'larepref
h '-here known h
., .Medica! l)rofv
,. as superior tr
Phot..-apZ or Chatea r that can be hat
their excellenteffect upon thesystem wh:-e .:.-ed b vinva:ids, the
and aged persons and in general ; anmly ute r'te-rn New i
climate, and soil aboundng ;in iron s j ast ada: ., r t,' e .pe fo
wine. It is the same kind of soil 's in Purt"'gal S:eer's wi:n.er
vineyards are the only Port grape vineyard, :n the ': :;ted S.it-s
vineyards that cultivate the real 1', rt wine gria'e of Portuga :
other wines or mixtures called port are mn.,de without a s.n zie Oi
grape in them MIr Speer is the first and ',nlv one w ho :'i-,worre
vines and acclimated the real Port wine grape vines of Portu
He spent thousands of dollarsasa hobby to bee what hecould do to
acclimating these Portitial vines here It took eight years for
to become acclimated before MAir Speer got a sungle grape; dt
those years all died except about e:.:ht hundred vines, when
began to ,row vigorous and bear fruit ; troni these, layers were
for new vines The vineyards now cover fiftv six ,-r It ha ....


.n Ingenious Treatment by which Drunkards
are Being Cured Daily In .Spite
un I heajilte,.s.
No Noxious Dorse. No %%eakening of]the
Ncret. A iteal nt anid Pita.til: cure
I(1 the Ilquor liabat.


SAVANN'AI.tL CLUMVI~.A.iCAMDEIN, SOUTHERN P-:IN NES, Rt~ICHMO)ND),
'','all\I.a'aN l'a'l-~l '1.I'Ill I LA DAl-.IIIA aw! NIEW','YORK*
* witli iT111"(11,4111.,N sh Pl:iEls. h i-4 t ht. ihii)-ly int' 4ija-rating
1)* TIIr I) t'a Il Iaa1i,1l 'IliattI I II ar i-m .---I it w-t tI .Iaiksonv itIe tinal Ne'w Oriennm. 0


S It I't i \ 'i'wi r ity kno \\i and titilr-
icking ..-... i tlat Ih a iito k,.n- -s. is ;a ail- d i v and
nei t \\. .L. t t ,--. A lioIly tilla-il w ith po ...onsi For ar lll'th.-r illf at 111:'io'l "-I 0 Ii f,
c1. ail ll-i \.-1 im pl .-t-ly .h ltni i id l .y p. 0- .\ i. 1 '-, >\I :l.l.. \--, '1, I'.i- .\ A .g-nt. .la-ksonville. Floridta.

1 0 r-" li-jaI'll "0
c n- i..n..l or .*ousiant >. oi mi nt. m> I : .. .; \. l. ,, -. 't. |.ort..rsmonth. Va.
d Slup- iniitrniizilg tand tI,.'rahl'-atting tils ,aapoison. *I ..1 I I .I rt \ Ir ,i.. n t ,!,l Ai. .ral Mai;ger. 'ortsmouth, Va.
Stock nl l-t r'yinig thili havingg fo ita ai i%,- ******- *******e e*c e***********e**--**** i
years s ia.' s r. Isl V In tiio\v a '111, 0 l t,1-i
I;ur- ,'" ;t i ,ni. t w itl1' o|lt publihil.y orI l .s
tret o at tu*if \tre u in, ii ;,isin as laiv this a aiia.ii..rii
r1e t of 1 i 1,4l0tt 1 A FII t 'i%. ': I t hl a It a I .-.-I I
e age. ir;,.a 1 n. rInt' ii:aniv .a S.i.i a I.,1 l -. v s i -'
Port, itili tr'. ihiiil.t iof in 1'i a.hs,. h ail' i -t1'l hI
years i n --all ,I li. i.i.- i al*tI i ot1 l n aii lth:-, o. | a i'
Sras I' tla A. Iai'wIu 'vois In.ilt i'lt.i. IYd l l Malte li
'ad t. 'ai -:,\ i Ih i i til hK Ii. Our io n' n-i F t a I i a al
lerrye, nilln\ l. ili;i it ralstit I PhIiiaan of -
vines. I ilI hl-;atlld.s o Itl r kalArd t into -a.obe.r. in-
lim ax dthist oiit n, id-i l right I n-t'. I tr v -f. f ostiat i
years ITlE YUI
ferre C lli.Ii L :\ < I 1K IR I"t.\ 1. l I;i S" ih.-.1..1 ; ,l -.,k l,.il 1 h'. N,,t ii ........1. l ,, ,i i i.. tiany good.
' t 'hiI r mei -.lv is iinoi aIt 1 1 i stre i lout lay f ,::. 1 1-. ., t h. t >'. \V-h n I t, h
i\v the .1 .1lo-,' h t t- ills rt. Tilt %Al t .If\\ I t old |
rssioIn so killftlilvy l..-' iseil iand irn.- ar'.di tlih.ti ,t i::1 ht' 'r :;,.; '. -I! I I' \ A N S '1' ;Ta ... "I'lr t ava-nin L ,! :toit a
I. a '- ins tl lotoilug. ly- solu.llt l ainal pI llasa. lt ta, ,, ,
1, for tlne t -.,. .so that it -aan I. g- iven iiti : a i'. ait aatr u -t ** "*i I *\ II l- n to !e-l -- m ,h relief th\t I
1 upit of tean or iaati,-. i u without ll .- kiio\. k pit ,t \\ itl thi i tn I h.i\, I:[. n Tii- l. i, a l, a;i\. ls nlt thi l hou.(se
e.r Yy hIdgi- of th1 *0 r--.on taking it. Tlon.ii,-l .
crse)y of Dri, kar, -,l have '-uropitlna- i .-l-s ,l now .'lhl tl in'. p-#,-, k,%,. o it ,, hi I,, ,t | ,. .
r Port tiits pri,-. I. -s r'tlao-dY. aind as ialt;i i.V in.) t.
r and I~a t iurn icurtd ;land in lia- t'-Tpert ----t
only i,-in .-y l-i. iir I thi"' RE' r a;i.lmniiii. ..r'i On,, viaps t.f
a te h a"y Illinto g ifrielils itid relatives wit hlo lt
l tfl.'i. kniwhia-eits- in Ionfft1 or tilt. uiln I-----
porto luv,, t,-lny it t init they ii.', naiiiiii-l 1
d thle drinking of their own fitr v ill. Ii< I NI \ITr
igal. WA'IT.'l'. Ih)o not lit deliud*iIt y a;ippia nt Th.. I'ivE'-r it pik-lK i oi-)on irhff I Ir ) I ;in.irv l'amlilonl
)ward aind iisl.adm-"ra t ifiil-ap v lnilt." lir\ta- The t iiiil. v i. t I1... a' 0 t--,' oI:ta i'i ;ti
thenlie t ist-d iw e- at onie atinl flor all tih.-. Ipil| vf fr a .;.
The 'IIHllME 4 011,1) ( I tE is saoll at or .
ilrlng tin',axtr'ir 'ii' iy low I iri,' at I Pil. lDol nIr, t,
those thus pliaing within r ,f -ly a' -
made ti-atni'it iore effit'tual tt'han othtsl --.i-- "wi- ",a-,tn- .ew .'Q IM
n...... ..atio -.lo o 25t) .5Full .ir.t., .... .>.. i s r- -v -v S V VsW TF'RI? r Ca


- r


~udy First asia

~sm ~ ba -~


PWC Juks frm N" Rookb




CgUES


ftl M Mb dib b InSiinhul
0- U- J m~ll z3f..Mzm. 3O40930
PrIoe, so Cents.
P-pusd buy IJA '.MB IJ. UAM. SI. Lookis. e 4
- - -- -


Western & Atlantic Railroad.

DIXIEE FLYER ROUTE"


'DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTIONS, WITH THROUGH TRAINS TO
NASIHVILLE,
MEMPHIS.
LOUISVILLE,
CINCINNATI
and CHICAGO


('atmjhingtharmigh Pullima n est ibu led
LOuiL8without "hapi~ge.


Buffet S'eepers JackaMnville to St
Choice of Routes.


For information relative to rates. schedule, etc..or for sleeper reservations, write to
C. E. HARMAN. G(;n. Pas ..gent, TOM M. DOYLE. Fla. Paw. Agent
Atlanta. (ia. Jacklonville, Fla,
II. F. SMITH. Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.


Tri- Weekly Soilings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston. S. V., both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The


Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
l)im-t 't Srvice Between
JACKSONVILLE. BOSToN AND PRIOVIDENC,
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
'altlin g at Charletton oti h Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


Southbound
Northbound


.. From Lewis' Wharf, Boeton
... from foot Catherine street, Jackeseville


CLYDE'S SI. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
(i iilary l.in,.)
Between Jacksopville and Sanford
STOPPilINi AT PALATKA, ASTOIC. ST. FRANCIS. BERESFORD, (DLaXD)
BlUilE SPRINGS and In-Intermediate< Lardings on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
STEA' MER City of Jacksonville,
CAPT. W. .. A IIAW.


IS APP'OINTLED TO A1 I. .AS I-'oI.I.WS:
Leaves Jacksna i (: "1 I r Indays. Tuesday and Thursda a
Leaves Saafor 9:30 a. m. Monday, Weinesdiys and Fridays
Sontlihbotund. S'Iin l" I.E Northbound
It..nl down K'ad l p
1i. v1 .:{::3i1 pin.............................. AI KSON V 1 ....i : .. .. .................... arrive 2:EM) am
N:4- pmin .................... .........PA .. .\......... ...................... .. ve i:iM) pmn
;i l:(l) a .It ...................................... \S .................. ..... .. ." 2:. 1 pm
4 ::3 0 ann................................ST. IL NI' S..... .................. .... :] N) pan
I............... r SF (>, NIM) ...... ........... 12-00 n'n
6:00 nam ............................. li.' K S lI NNiS ...... .............. 11:00 am
A rrive8 :30 am .................................... S \ ............................... 9:30 am

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

A. C. IHAIERTY, Eiast n 'Pal A:,,.nt. F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., F. P. A.,
1l Stat. St.. N.w Yo.rk. 204 Weit Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla
THOS. D. HALEY. Lo.al l.rt A.t. P. LOVELL. AMut. Fla. Supt..
Foot Hogan St... JInknsnville. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville.
JNO. I. ILHOWARI), Superintend.nt,
I'l it iIIgan St., JIacksonville.
THEO. 0. EGER, Wfl. P. CLYDE & CO.,
General Mana,~irr General Agents,
Cheehbroughi Building, 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York.



S nFloria4East 1M -f a ui ^ a


......................... ...........K

MALLORY

LINES

Through ticketsto New York, Philadipha.
New Haven, New London, Stemingtob,
| Providence, Fal Blver.oJtoa and
I ALL NORTHERN IMNTS
at rates LOWER THAN VJA ANY .OTHER JNE. ThroW steamer
0 trains every Thursday, leaving Jacksonrille a follows:
Via the Men Islands... ...10:10 a.m. (Metropolitaa Limited.)
SVia Plant System 3.15 p..
Via Seaboard Air Lint.................... 7:40 p. m. (Fast Mail.)
0 Passengper leave Daytom 5->9 am and
3:22 pm; making, elaoe eowe 1o. ->
For illustrated matter, diagrams, ,twrvatiis, K el~t, *etc, a.res
S A M7r PV _.._,."- 2-20 It B y Stiret,
A W. PVi E Agentl Jacksonville, Florida.
Geo. H. Clark, Loal Ageit' vrtoon, Fh




NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry


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