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 25, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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VoL 18. No. aa.

Dmtena. FllorId. Jan. 15. 190s


for anything in the following lines: vis

Fishing Tackle
Bike Supplies

Musical Goods
Toilet Articles
Sporting Goods
Bird Cages and
Window Shades

Artist's Supplies
Pocket Knives
School Supplies

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

If You Cannot Fin dhI N ARE
What You W.....Whyl Ca on BARNES |
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Are the only kind we carry. Our prices are marked in plain
figures, and vwe have one price for everybody and that the
lowest. We enumerate below a few prices:
California fancy cured Winchester hams, per pound.....................lie
Winchester premium hams, per pound...................................... 14\c
Northern premium salt pork, per pound....................................ll@c
Arbuckles' Co ee......................................................................... 12%e
Three pond can of choice Pumpkin.............................................lOc
Black-eyed. and navy Beans, per quart .................................................
Fancy Prunes, 3 pounds for.......................................................... 2,
EAw- tns*-mtoL i dt*ietl fa.al. *-I- .-


UrSliced ham always fresh at te
Gramling Bakery.
The Angler took a party of ffteen up
the Tomoka Tuesday.
Dr. E. L. Potter arrived from.Colam-
bus, Ohio, Wednesday afternoon.
irWHave you investigated the merits
of the Banner Oil Heater? Niver & Soa
sell them.
W New line of picture frame mould-
ings at Harris' Studio, Peck block,
'phone 91.
R. S. Waldrep. roadmaster of the F.
E. C. Ry.. was in the city Wednesday.
He registered at the City Hotel.
Skilled work. This you can feel sure
of getting if you take your watches to
Wray's (jeweler) Music Store.
W. F. Rozier, the brush man located
in the Spencer building, will buy any
quantity of saw-palmetto roots.
T1. M. l)oyle, Florida passenger agent
of the N. C. & St. L. Ry., was in Daytona
last Saturday. He favored us with a
Mr. and Mrs. S. Case, of Bowling
Green. Ohio, are recent arrivals at the
Stanley House. They will remain all the
L..-Kost & Gwinner, the painters and
paper hangers, are artists in their line,
and you will make no mistake in con-
sulting them.
The( AZETTE-N Ews is on sale atClark's
andl larnes' news stand every week. It
is also on file in all the leading hotels
throughout the state.

Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds for........................................$1.... .() l 'vtly the best at the Gramling
Prices subject to change. Bakery.
R North Ridgewood Avenue p Mr and Mrs. J. C. Young and Mr. and
O Telephone 94. Mrs. F. A. Finch, of Lebanon, Ind., ar-
JI RLrivedl last Saturday and are occupying
I the Jones cottage on the beach.
----- --- i'irellas repaired and re-covered
G. l). Jackson. the president of the St.
Mrs. J. A. Douglass has just received EUThw Banner Oil Heater can't Ie .John-i anO (klawahla River Steamboat
several consignments of new goods, in- ewat. Niver & Son sll them. iCompany, with headquarters at De-
cluding new sailor hats, new walking[ E. F. Mansfield has lfen ci.-ulatin' ala.ndi was in I)ayt hatb, and new trimmings. She expects around Jacksonville this week ,. k
another large line of goods next week.
Call and look over her assortment. J. G. Francis and wife, of Cinciitnati. j .'.1 punished rooms for rent,onSouth
are recent arrivals at the Hlotel I.- I'alrne-ttu avenue. Iuquire of F. G. Lind-

Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Clark and two
daughters, accompanied by Miso M. E.
Roes, art at The Despland. The party
is from Rochester. N. Y.

DIssoletmU of Pof mmrS shlel.

The partnership heretofore existing he
tween Hires & Mathers is this day dis
solved by mutual consent; Uirem to Jam.
and collect debts of finn.
J. M. HimKs,
Daytona, Fla.. Jan. 11. 1902.


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 Wafers
Brownie Wafers
Fruit Cake
Almond Bon Bons
Butter (Gemni
Fire O'clock Teas
(swega Crackern
Minuette Wafers
Water Biscuit

Morrell's Breakfact l.-eon, the
inest that money can buy.

We have the largest and finest
line of cereal fodns in the city.

We hare the largest assortment
high grade canned goods in the
county. The prices, of course
are right.


Rev. Father John O'ltrien. of Palatka.
has baeu in the city this week. the gut'st
of Rev. Father O'Boyle.


Charles Schantz left Monday for a few
week's recreation with friends in Ohio.
iTi,, ( AZETTE-NEWS follows him and will

IIlPhornix Silvestris palmsn for sale. k-l 1 I'i Poste t n 'l Uoings during
a/ply to E. N. Waldron. lii al,,'nce.
J. D. Rahner. assistant general pa.-- .F:astinan kodaks and spplies at
singer agent of the F. E. C. Ry.. drove l'tzn*' Novelty ste're.
down from the Hotel Orinenid Sunday II V. HItt'a.y exliets to move h's sec-
a 1with a party of friends. ondl-hand store from the Weaver build-
I.Lost--between the seopera hou i n 'ond avenue to his new luild-
and The Oaks a belt pin with face. We.d- ing at the 'oruner of Beach street and
nesday night. Finder will leaver sane at Bell.vi.ew avenue.. The transfer of the
The Oaks and be rewarded. goods will take place the first of next
IHFOR RENT-Furnished flat in handu-
some residence at beautiful Seabreeze. a :~('Grahain and rye bread at the
few steps from Colonnades hotel. Tlihr,- G;raling ltakery.
rooms, porcelain bath tub with hot and son left Tuesday for
cold water, electric lights. 154) dollars teo Mrs e M lavidson left Tuesday for
May 1st. No small children. Seve.r.al |'in"ti ii reslnse to a telegram am-
furnished cottages still to let. dAlr. iltning the death of her aunt, Mrs.
Chan F. Burgman. ,Se:tt, 7e, Fla. l'homil,.onitn. Mrs. Davidtson had just re-
eently returned from a visit with ler
IrlBoston Brown lir.mal and hIaked aunt and grandmother. She will vf-
Beans at the Granlinirl ikery to-day. douMtedily remain in Cincinnati and talte
The Datona is entertaining are of her grandmother, who is now
The Daytona llohume is entertaining
four gentlemen w ho weigh a total 1 y of age.
1077 pounds. They are Dr. E. S. Mor a.Artists'suipplie at Barnes' Novelty
gan, of New York. who tips the scales at Store.
353; B. Foley, of Athens. Ohio. who
weighs a big 270 pounds: J. A. Itryan. I captain tGrogan. of the Princess
of Jacksonville. a solid man of 22J lselna. One of the Hotel Ormuond
pounds. and Col. L. B. Crooker., who launc'h-,. passedd to the tGreat Beyond
carries 232 pounds of flesh. Tuesday afternoon about four o'clock.
The deceased was sixty years of age, and
'.WA large new line of shell noveltie-s. has m en at (rtnnond for the past three
for souvenirs at Barnes' Novelty Store. e ye.,rs. e was in the lighthouse service
for at,,ut 25years priortobhis coming to
The S. F. H. Orchestra gave a dance, at for a 4 ut4 te ears prior to his coining to
;rnond. The renainus were prepared
the opera house Wednesday evening,. lbut I t nde t er i er, i iped
owing to the fact that the hill of ainu.s- I tdertaker F. .i r, and sh
Ic,,to ileosto, fe r ittt'tn,''nit.
ments was well filled for the evening.
thecrowd in attendance was not very t 'ltiure' ir.ar d ttoorder at Barnes'
large. Thisorchestra is now in gr.at Noivelty Steore.
demand, and is called upon to play at
most of the social doing which ur ,n TIe R.val leineiana. at Palm Beacho
both sides of the river. is nflow th1 largest hotel in the world.
Thet \alitrei-Attori.a in New York, has
I W Pastry that is dainty, delicious and i tf,.e this., season had this distinction,
nutritious at the Gramling Bakery. but by fifty rooms the royal Poinciana
Uo W cen'e ois Since last hear a great ex-
The following party wnt down to t i aiing 2 ew roomsha
Dead Lake the middle of the week o n a
e.lien add,,l now making the whole num-
fishing and duck shooting expedition, in r o aa fr guets ovr
the Ekey launch: J. Edisonu and T. tGra- 1.104. The hotel will now comfortably
.l.lo. The hotel will now comfortably
ham, Grand Rapids, Mich.; W. HI. Man-at .200 persons and extends
ning. Buffalo. N. Y.; J. Arnold. Mexico. tve' sple' e that 2 em piels 1. senei citye
:.\ ovn spacft" (. that or ,lio ie ) -.vid y s\ven city
Mo.: W. Dunklee, one of the managers bloks.
i of the Seaside Inn. M. B. Ekey. Nakonmis
III. The party are all winterin- oil the!j W .5 \ iuru t::, ,'hite'- frj l. '. r,.tt and
peninsula reipairvd at ltarn.'s N'>,.lty Stor'..
$gWFinest line ofhome.-madci candies at Mr. and Mrs Frele.-ick \W. Vanderliilt
the Gramling Bakery passed through Iityeoneta la t. Saturday
Mers. Ludwig. Smith. lk in a N,-w or-k (.untral private car. on
Messrs. Ludwig. Smith. \N 'lkin-,m e
t tho-ir way to ,, Itei a, h n wh, h re they
Bingham and Gove are at Jackson\ ilit, ia allie
in attendance at the Grand Loedge of e t a
1'oin'ian "a 1T h %till lbe there f,'>" two
Masons. The Nobles of the Mysti i .
.. ,months or n,,r. Mr \V;iile-rbiht is a
Shrine held a meeting last night, and on
Mestsrs. Bingham. Gove and Wilkin-on son oft lat iliIt .iierbilt.
lie has a tmagnifiint hoi,', in New York
"traveled over the hot sand. We are Cit at 451 Fifth d at Hyde
informed that there is a standing offer it t n t a otld
to the three gentlemen that their moUn'y l'rV k en t. tudson. his c-ltat'y of 6.th
will be refunded if they think tht di a. i.-' pli-k r ire fhis t-imey at his
not get the worth of it. ,,..-. ,a N e, t. 1it..I,. I-lntd or elms
e i>.. i b** lIt ~r l-Iu u r ea

I Biatulng suits at Hill's
Do you want clothing? See Moore
Bros. ad.
L. B. Knox was down from Bulow
Mrs. Murdock and daughter, of Min-
nespolis, Min, are at the Despland.
J. E. Bsh has had a drain laid from
his property oaBeach street to the river.
A. B. Foos, of Daytonas Ohio, arrived
Monday and is registered at the Grand
01'Brain bread, the great brain devel
oper and nerve builder, fresh e %ery day
at the Gramliag Bakery.
Mis@ Harriet Vittom and Master Je-
rome Kochersperger, of Chicago, have
one of The Breakers cottages, The Bun-
galow, for the winter.
Mrs. paar at her daughter, Miss
Peard Spauldilg, will render a duet for
the Seabrees musical. Miss Pearl will
also sing one of her very pleasing solos.
I.WA'.r-D-To meet gentleman who
desires to learn a professional trade es-
pecially adapted to this climate. More
work than I can do. $10 a day guaran-
teed. Address T. A. CHASTAIN, General
Mr. and Mrs. S. Heymann, of New
York, are located in the Rogers house,
on North Beach street, for the season.
They have just returned from Cuba.
where they have been visiting with
their son.
I- New colored lawns at Hill's.
Ponce Park is acknowledged to be the
finest fishing place in this neighborhood.
The Pecetti House in also acknowledged
to be the best hotel at Ponce Park. For
information and rates addretw G;OMEZ
A. PACETTI, Ponce Park, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Treadwell, of At-
lanta, Ga., arrived last week and are
guests of S. H. Moseley at the Stanley
House. Mr. Treadwell is an uncle to Mr.
Moseley. Ile was down earlier in the
season but wan called home on business.
IW'New white dress goods at Hill's.
Rev. R. E. Clewell, of Newfoundland.
l'a., arrived last Friday, and has joined
his wife, who is spending the winter with
her brother, W. F. Gille, Jr. The rever-
end gentleman will remain until March
and return home with lis wife and chil-
l'lf yon want your painting and
paper hanging done in a workman-like
manner consult Kost & Gwinner.
A lively case was on in justice court
Wednesday. It was an action brought
by J. M. Fuquay to recover a licyleh.
from C. M. Ionnell. It was tried before
a jury and a verdict found in favor of
Fuquay. Captain C. H. Spencer repre-
sented the plaintiff, while Calhoun, Odum
& Calhoun, of Palatka, looked after the
interest of the defendant.
Choice furnished rooms on Beach street
for rent. Inquire at the GAZETTK-NKws

Rev. J. B. Hawk has I on reappointed
to the First M. E. church fer' another
year. After an absence fr im his pulpit
two Sundays, on account of the death
of his mother in Illinois, he will preach
again tomorrow morning at II o'clock.
This will be his first sermon for the now
rear. He 3also preaches at Seabreeze at
1:30 p. ni aud again at Daytona at
AJi'WSailing yacht for charter; also
launch. Enqurie of E. A. Lindltwrg,
II. L. Kochersperger. of The Bre.ak-r.-s.
is building a stable 30 by 0 feet. with
an annex 13 by 4.5 feet. in the' rear of
the hotel. The builder. Henry Strotherr.
eays it is the largest and also the tiest on
the Peninsula. Mr. Kochersperger ha-s
leased the same to Thos. J. NMathers.
formerly of Hires and Mathers. and it
will be known as The Breake-rs Livery.
Mr. Mathers has bee.n in DeLand the past
few days purchasing stouk. arnd
promises to furni.sh th.i publi. with as
tine turnouts as are in the country
f..New walking skirts at Hill's.
Rev. and Mrs. M. S. Stocking. of Mi -
atmi, and the editor and wife visited thi-
lighthouse at Mosqiuito Inlet Tuesday.
Tourists who have In.ve.r visci top of a modern light house shoull n,,t
fail to take a trip on th I'Colunlmbia and
visit the one at Mosquito Inlet. 'Fromt
the tower a fine view -can be hadt ,f tihe
surrounding country, and Captain
O'Hagen, the keeper, is a very i ourtmous
and obliging genthl'man. and gladly
shows all visitors the points of inter.-st
about the establishment. For this lie is
allowed to accept no fee \vhat'-ve-t ihe.
captain likes good igar's. h<,\ve. v-

The usual weekly card party was held
at the Palmetto Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius John, of Mendota,
Ill., are registered at the DaytonaHoune.
Oi-Try a package of wheat nuts the,
popular breakfast food. at T-Pot Gro-
Mrs. John Bolton, of New Brunswick,
Canada, is a recent arrival at the Pal-
Laurence Thompson is having a new
platform laid in front of the Atlantic
Mr. Haines is having erected aneat five-
room cottage on Ridgewood avenue near
Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Perry, of Miliedge-
ville, Ga., are recent arrivals at the
Grand Atlantic.
The Rev. Dr. Frazier and Mrs. Frazier,
of Newark, N. J., are at the Palmetto
for a few weeks.
Rev. Myres and bride returned .Tues-
day from Jacksonville and are domiciled
in the Cole cottage.
s,.Tbe largest and beet selected line
laces and embroideries at Moore Bros.
ever brought to Daytona.
Rev. Horace F. Fuller, of Philadelphia,
a noted Episcopal divine, is at The Dee-
pland for a couple of weeks.
H. F. Tuckett, of Philadelphia, and 0.
S. Watt, of Indianapolis. Ind., are re-
cent arrivals at the Grand Atlantic.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wood, of Adrian,
Mich., arrived Thursday and are pleas-
antly quartered at the Bennett House.
E. N. Waldron's Pierce Electric Engine,
for raising water to the upper part of his
house has arrived, through F. A. White,
the local agent.
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Gregg and James
M. Gregg. of Nicholasville, Ky., arrived
Wednesday and are pleasantly quar-
tered at the Palmetto.
Mrs. J.WV. Sears and two daughters,
of Minneapolis. Minn., have engaged a
suite of rooms at the Bennett House.
They arrived Wednesday.
Little Miss Dapne. orris, who has
ixen ill for the past couple of weeks, died
last Saturday morning. The remains
were sent to l.aMoille, Ill., forinterment.
l)Dr. G. Morton Marcus, the well
known optician, will return to Daytona
on or about Jan. the 25th for the winter
Date of his arrival will appear in this

IWl finish work for amateurs on the
same fadelese paper I use for my pro-
fessional work. "Aristo I'latino"
prints do not fade. Harris Studio, Pe.k
W. S. Smyth and wife of Chicago. are
located at The Breakers, Seabreeze, for
the winter, lie is one of Chicago's solid
business ment being a publisher of school
and textbooks.



Fou dollar suit for tn 97.

$12 Suit for $9.67


" 8.13

" 6.76

S44 4.27

" 44 237

* 5 Tro ser for ......$8.98
4.50 "......................... 2.87
4 ................. 3.13
$ ........................ 2.

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It is a Fact

That we have the 8nest amortumet of
groceries in the city. Price an right.

M isc Gertrude Stephe.ns. of London. O
Englandi will le one of the piano solo- 0S I 1
ists at the Seabree7.ze mui.-icnle. Miss
Stephens has stiidit.l for a numtn r of S
years in Europe.i al is very fine. *
There arrived yesterday, consigned to g
Mrs. Kochersperger of the Breaktrs. one PACE
of the most Iprfect specimens of an 0 C -We.s .s *
alligator ever scen in these parts.. It
measures eleven feet and three inches.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome H. Smith and Sheriff Turner w over from e
two daught-rs are- arnong the Ohio peo- Wednesday.
pIle now .ste dipping at the Bennett HIouse.
Mr. Smith is manager of the Toledo 'New spring dress goods isst re-
branch of the Anmerican ltis'u-iit Com- ,'eived at Moore Bros.
1eatny One of Sidney Haigh's teams spilled a
\V. Powe.ll Hal.e, the unrivaled reader <-arriage in the river last nigat.
and impersonator. will appear at the Geo. H. Clark has been up to Jackson-
Wilitant; Opera ioiuse. Seahreeze, to- ville this week on business and pleasure
night for the tene,.fit of the Seabreeze combined.
Sceioo~l Lilnrary vFund. .A v'ry interest- Mrs. Me.Fall and daughter-in-law, of
ing program i projnl d. Kingston, Canada, are recent arrivals at
A 4'hitne.e Draima in four acts given by the Parkinson House.
the Literary I )piarttmeintof the Palmetto Mr. and Mrs. .. Seaman, of a-
Frida evening. J Mr. anl Mrs. G. B. Seaman, of ilwau-
q 'lit, Fridayv nvei'.nhitr. January :I1st. at
k thie ,opera house Half the proceeds for .. e among the popular g
ith. te-nc0tit o)f ti. IDayt<,na library build- it the ennett House.
ing fund. .\Adltissioni ''r; reserved .stiat" E. F. Mansfield haN completed hiswork
75 Tirk<'ikt- fer -al. Iy c at P1:a',iet to dr'ug store. up the first of the week.
rt-. J. S. Iht'rii.. a prror intenlt jphysi- S. W. Ilunn. F. M. Purdy, wife and
,.ia, of Ni,.holasvill-. Ky and Mrs. two daughters. of LakeCity, Minn., are
Itarn.s. are makin.t tlitr annual isit to seaAon guests at the Bennett House.
D)avt ton. Th.vy ari a'rnopanicl b
Mr. anl Mr-. Win. Sim|.l-sctn and son. Mrs. W..'.McClurg and daughter, Mrs.
Ja-. L.. Siit;.ps.n. of the samin itv The F. L. Gross and Miss Lena L. Groes, of
Sinmps.wns r.re t,,haec-' rrcnwe-rs rn a Pittaburg. are recent arrivals at
large .ea,.. S,'hmidt's Villa.
fIr. l':i,.n,-. May. the great lecturer 1,n Mise Brookq, late. ,of the lboston Con-
trav.l. art. aid adventure. will give the inervatorv. who is now wintering in Pa-
first .ti j',,tta.iuelt ,,enf the: .yLv'im Cour.e latka, will he the violin sole it. for the
;a tj' ': ra .u'..' t night. In t 'j.'ak- Seabhre- muisicale.

I T 1 i 'i I .'vj i1 II, "L "'l l k i s ) ./
.'N.\ spring wa.h dr.-- g eei,- iat N,.'.- si,-. "IMr May pre-sents a
Hills'. el, iiiie.ii.iit, prl.'-s't'-., has a a spl.ndlid
', li,', ae i ni.r,.t r iF his suihjee't anl- the
A very pretty incident took pla., n i l e ,\.' all his ,l'..'rctti,-It
-- I En hsh Ab~vo ll hs is-sc iloiv,

Tuesday evening at i ne Breake-rs. S'wa-
breeze. Miss Alice P'aulson. a t.harmting
young miss, neire of Thad Dean who
was called the lumber king of Chicago
before retiring. celebrated her lI6th birth-
day. Numerous gifts wero t.s-towed
upon her during the day. but when -he
entered the dining room. in front of her

Fitch Dewey, of Toledo, Ohio. is at the
hl-nnett House, with his wife and
daughter, for the season. Mr. Dewey is
a distant relative to the noted admiral.


3ld Stand.

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The reception given by Mr. and M.A
Leon Despland at their magn lesntubdl
last evening was, without doubt the
greatest social gathering that wi be
*een in Daytona this semo. It is said
that fully six hundred persons wen fn
attendance. The following ladies as
Msited Mr. and Mrs. Despland in rweeiv-
ing: Mrs. R. I. Wall, Mrs. E. 0. Harris,
Mrs. Ewing Miller. Mrs. Louis Adler, ad
the Misses O'Connor, Harris and Eriek-
son, while Mrs. Merrill piloted the guests
to the refreshment room.
The reception lasted from eight to
ten o'clock, when those who desired had
an opportunity to dance to the eharm-
ing music, which was furnished by the
S. F. H. orchestra. The refreshments
served during the evening were up to the
usmal standard furnished by this popu-
lar and modern hotel.


Last night sometime, W. H. Parker,
keeper of the Central bridge, was robbed
of about $175. One hundred dollars of
the amount was the property of Mr.
Parker, while the balance belonged to
the bridge company. The robbers
effected an entrance by the use of a keli-
ton key.
Earlier in the evening three men at.
tempted to hold up Browniag, the pe-
insula butcher, between here aud Hofl

I... .. .... 1 1. They were wasweeesful, however.
l,,w..r was -v'r ,~'..-eeid in Wiheling. Miss Genevieve Hesser, of Cincinnati, t is presumed that the s three a
h S.Ea n. and hisharing w. will give us quite a treat at the the one who robbed the toll hose.
who hail from that town of 'Peoria which will render a harp solo, and we learn
is destined in due time to become suburb that she is a very fair performer on eat Hon. E. M. Goodall, of Samord, Mr.,
of Chicago. are quartered at The Break- instrument, is the guest of his father, Thoesls Good.
,.rS, Seabre-ez-, for the % inte.r. Mr. Eas- all, at his peninsula home. 1 GoodaB
teon is onte of the- best P'inowhle and Cali- Commencing next Monday the Cohlm- is accompanied by Justin M. Iavits, *


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WW. "TMGEALP, Puonumm. l 1 ,a i t ai
H A av on a railroad train
F ., y getinto troAble. A De-
S M IPTION hAT Ea U- treit man had to leave his little son
Sw rw while he tranmacted some business
-f^~at -i eendwter, says The Frei
S : :U P* and, as was natural enough,
w U& T" Ima 1."- he gave the boy careful instructions
70Ie W UsL ae b e*bOI Misheb01lor.17
S. ".Now, Willi*" b said, "I'm go-
s vtop o. f. i t be away just a few minutes.
-- OB -w a pt Yo-tu sit right where you are and
a mt Any*tft P dr-' t 7yu move a bit If you do,
oA psto4wTive F1Iorq0turM Iil spank you good and hard. So
S eot publahd except ov the don't stick your head out of the
fB *tm, a, aat Ow qmar window. You might have it taken
,t rate. of if you do. T en you wouldn't
---- have any head, and you'd get a
I md at the Poetofce at Dayton, spanking besides." _
SFlorida, as Second Cl. Matser. The man went away to find the
_conductor. After a few minutes
Sha.came back.
S s mtiahy, M. Js** There was Willie with just his
feet and the seat of his trousers
ST Oeals Daily iBaamn made its ap- sticking in through the window.
aiaees ia week. It in a very endi- He seemed to be more outside than
b, publication, and is news.v, spY i inside, and, moreover, whenever a
J d cp., ally lose he would make a
S. v. .rious ;lunge for it, as if trying to catch it.
S l voting for to M the aheou father did not hesitate long.
the voter should take into = He made a grab for the boy just as
Sm orl 1th1e moral nm tail ,1"1t the latter was making a lunge for a
me aspiring to the position. pole. He polled him in by the heels,
laid him over his knee and began to
Swillsomeone tell as what Editor fulfill his promise. The little fel-
, the cal annerwpa. fl low yelled and yelled until he al-
of the Oeali Banmer, pays for
d t. in the most drowned out the noise of the
l le nwpaper.it e rtainl train, but during a lull in the up-
wie newspaper.* it' certainl y roar the father heard a snicker be-
. A oide b.. hind hint, lie laid the boy down
Sand turned around to see what it
*we are now carrying ado. for most of meant.
ld ihotels.ofthis viiry; a f There was his son, two seats be-
i o it y hind and acros the aisle, with twoI
l Now' wekaot p ted in our back fingers stuffed in his mouth to keep
Now we like havis merriment in. The ma looked

P. rerileae o to Trncu i rh
of our patrons. We gladly men-
items in reference to the guests'
thehote that advertise.
a *

again and ruhlbd his eves, but there
was no mistake.
He looked at the boy in his lap.
Behind the tears was a face that he
had never seen before. lie lad
a anL',d _,nt o th r mant'a .son

In OSpte of Apparent .Frieadlmuas
They Are Treashetwm.
Monkeys are not classed savage
animals, but nevertheless the keep.
era of the zoo are as chary of enter-
ing a monkey cage as they are of go-
ing into the domicile of the leopards
or any of the smaller species of the
cat tribe. The "monks" in spite of
their apparent friendliness are a
treacherous crew, and many an un-
wary keeper has nursed painful
wounds as a result of boldly ventur-
ing into the apartments allotted to
the simians.
A little precautionary action is
necessary to protect even the man
who feeds them should he have oc-
casion to enter the dens. The mon-
keys will concertedly attack any one
who ventures among them and by
force of numbers will endanger the
life of the bold visitor.
Whenever a keeper desires to go
among the animals he first gives ut-
terance to a hissing sound. The
hereditary enemy of the "monk" is
the snake, and at the first hiss the
little animals will scale the heights
of the cage in terror. By a judicious
use of the awe inspiring sound the
attendant can keep the monkeys
out of the way for a brief period.
When a long stay in the cage is nec-
essar, the keeper generally borrows
a bull snake, a harmless but formi-
dable looking variety, from the rep-
tile house, and with this coiled
about his waist is safe from any
covert attack while at work.-Phil-
adelphia record.

G.P. bqh Co.,

P-- s
Rates: anWd Upward; Specal to
ReMlar Boarde.
N1W NM rUA, LoMuA.

Thomp 9on, .,.
High Grade Tailoring a Speealty.
Suits made to order for.018 and
up; Pants fur $4 and upwards.
--eo iea a m asmsbe. mm assea
Cottage AA., rear of Otr Butel.

WAT*Biv-SamUAL PsaMO or CmaB-
acter and good reputatie ia eh state
(one in ths county required) to repr-e.
sent and advertie old established
wealthy bumines houe of solid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expenses additional, all payable It cash
each Wednesday direct from head offes.
Horse and caiage furnished when nec-
cemmary. lmesm. Eaelos elf-ad-
dreesed-stamped envelope. Manager,
316 Caxton Building, Chicago.

Beautifully Located on Ridgewood Ave.,
Daytona, Florida.


As will be seen by a call in another "t''~ *. ..
a cae will be held at the Ar. The Coat of Trademarks. .
next Wedaneday evening tu place T
t Wonafull-ty teeig t s, There was a time, a comparative-
lomiastion a full city ticket to be ly few years ago, when the question r ALL Tm: P'M TOn,,,.ns bn.ad in te
for at thescoming city election. Itlyfew years ago, when the queatiotf
o he oed that all who ta, on I-of protecting trademarks did not mnist important. It is coneide.red no
to be oel th all who take an enter into the commercial value of here. and every effort in dincted toward !
Is the wean of the city of y- the articles involved as it does now. prodtiing thorouighly sweet and in all
wiNl at4 d. It ip the dutyof every This is due to the enormous in- other res,.jvtc edihle and PI(ESTIBLKE
aw abiding eitin to e that city ot- crease in advertising health foods, BREAD. Th. flour iued i4 off i(l quality !
dab maesn of ability, maend who cereals, Iiatent medicines and novel- and the making il doe in manner to!
aM wv lawabides. tier. The tariff of charges for reg- inusure vigorous and sure- fermentntion,'
catering trademarks in the various while the baking is uniformly evlIn and
countries seems in some instances efficient.
N of oaur b mthivn throughout the to be based upon the idea that au- GRA LING BAWR Y
84 11maeil ramming an ad. for thorised labels and the like are a IN BA
le iaimt.* Adwvtisaig Ageay. oft luxury. In Zululand, Peru, Urn-
o. Thad. we refr to that f Hongon and Granada the 0 YEARS '
tde 'Aural (Minri." We have nn the! triff fixed by law for each trade-, "l.KPR C : C
1ir twO mouthed but hav ne iwed 1 mark is $145 in gold, the highest
ow 1 py In advace for that time. The, on the entire list.
of the lnd benadent Advertising In this country trademarks are
Ag mcy is ahso the principal stockholder fled with the patent office, and the
altle lmtBmational Aural Clinic, and is price for registering one is $55,
a .alooa-keepr-. He and hia partner which is the lowest rate charged I ."i TmocMAn ;Mam
ware hi court in Chicago last week. and I anywhere. Canada charges only $60 easa. i
th judge dubbed them both confidencee i for a general or a special trademark. AnOimi t aeM ebr sm eteaOdsemM1nu..r
mIn." It i amid that the amount they There are some countries of Europe l.uvetl.obably t s Coemmunem.
ote to various pubabers now amount that demand $100 for registering a ntforteta ~ form e
to about $1,000,000. They may pay, f trademark, but in Great Britain, aIee = 4 cthb mn receive
be- 'Germany, Austria, France and Spain : C f fl R eia
the fee in each case is $?5. This is
,M eU N I IIA H C11G the rate in the majority of the Eng- ueauion of ayr cientu ,et8a. T"11.3a
_M_ MM5_R COMIG lish colonies, including New South I ol r mfis .....i nwm.... s
Wales and New Zealand, but in m f Sft... .m.. o..D.
Maud Madiam, the .well known Cape Colony it is 8115 and in South
lNw York damer,wUlt appear attht Africa $131. In Costa Rica also
oera house, ruesday evening, in a $135 is demanded.--American Wino t WAN rED'
perfumance of mag ifcent dances. Prilm Ieliih i man for Manager of a Branch
As especial feature will be the gor- Offle, we %w ish to open in this vicinity.
a" electrical and scenic effects; Not His Fault at All. Here in a goo.lo(>iuiiigfor the rightmian.
q= Madison having all the latest; They were quite newly married, Kindly give good ref.-ren.e when writ-
nwoelties from Paris in that line. I and she was much too young to un- ing.
mr cstum aere marvels of beauty, derstand that a man takes little in- "i' A. T. MorayIs WHOLIOALK HOlsi,
aq "ae of the faest silk, and, with : terest in shopping expeditions. UINCINATI, OHIO. J
the many colored lights, produce a She had left his side to look in a lls. trated catalogue I 't.s. stamni.
beautiful picture. The following window in which were exhibited -
hp Is from Palm Beach Daily! some winter mantles which were It. D. vF:NNIx.
News: "just lovely." When she returncJ, t
"Miss Maud Madison, the fancy! she took the arm which seemed to ettorne-y-at-Law.
dancer from New York, gave a de- be half grudgingly proffered and lhland. Florida.
Ughtful entertainment in the ball- sobbed: Will piactic., in Stat. and Felral courts s
roem. of the hotel Royal Poinciana "You don't even lo-look at any-
Monday evening to a large and ap- thing. I want you to-to see. You C
preciative audience. Electrical de- do-don't care how I am dressed. Wil 11a E ickR
vices were used to throw colors on the You no longer lo-love me. You W i ama ,
waves ot her silk skirts fa la Loie haven't even ker-kissed me for a ieal,i..r inl
Puller) and the effect was beautiful whole day, and you"-
ln the extreme. First came the Au- "I am ex'-imely sorry, madam, Oysters Fish and
rora, then the Storm, the Butterfly, but that i mvy misfortune, not my iOysters, Fish and t
Dance, the Scarf. and the Transfor- fault," said thie gentleman, looking estr
nation. In the last. before finishing,. pathetically down into her face. DrCSSed t it
powers, butterflies and flags were She looked at him and gasped.
blwar on Miss Madison's fluttering She had taken the arm of the w-ong
Pairta, then portraits of Schley, Hob- man.-Stray Stories. 4
son, King Edward VII, Princess Alex- "cld'tholh).e 4 oo4ith Bhl.ach Strtet.
andra, Queen Victoria and President Voices and Nationaltite.
Mciraley. The applause kept grow- Is the Neapolitan musical? I WA. r-,-SV:tRAa. l':SoN.S oF C'HAr-
lug leader and louder until the last thik not. The repetition of two ..t., i.,,,,I rellutation in lad cht tte
portrait when the audience broke tunes without seeking a change (on n tliis o.sinty uire-d) to 'pjre- -.
iato cheers. This concluded a very proves something. and the rancor-. ~nIt ISi advertie old stadlihhed
petty evening's performance. No ous character of the Neapolitan staudin. Sahry els.,o w..klv with
s*iM gergedto enjoy It more than voice proves more. It is a subject ep..ns.-*e additional. all payable in ,:ash
Mr. Joeeph Jefferson, who sat with for the scientist, this matter of type each Weilneday direct from head offlics.
is tally in the balcony. of voice. Is it food, climate or mode I torw~ and carriage furnnished when nee-
Mid Matly is the only dancer ofuse that affectst? or example, 4ary. Rf,.reuct4. Enl.se self-ad-
Mshoyaet em ld-'m-d envellele. Manager.
* a Us ever appeared at all the' Russia is the natural home of the :11a;( axtoIn building. 1i ago. "
Aigler East Coast resorts. and is a basso profundo" Spain is the coun- .
farite entertainer with the g try of tenors and has been from the
time of imperial Rome, when the
--------- Gaditanian (Cadiz) singers brought Fo R Est
Wormnn take refu in the small in- high priu in m 4are market; First Class Work
t whsem they can easily multiply. Fran o pro,.li-., mezzn sopranos in Offi
(Wirl CHEAM VERMIFUGE will: profus-ioIn. zI1n l .co' ra;ito.Amer- AI. x" TuIK
a hlr4b pa a tI e.I The verdict, of tea sopra~nm. Nap!T', purea zrcimers.
. 25 cents. ir J. J.* and o ne a ky.-M- atona team
,loNa. sical Recor.1 andl ':eview. i l

.A Sig Inect.
u t ~solter-ae ee't play 'TO The biggest insect of its kind in
S bet msay 'as too b Ca to v the world is the hercules beetle of
aa .11saametopractic South America, which grows to be
Me Oeawr-4hw* wI a ea six inches in length. It is said,
S0 f ho -.sat"t e Ia* l i whether truthfully or not, that
W am be esme A.- L --A


new hour, beatedithroughout by hot
air. new furanibings, everything
to make guests comfortable.
Rates Reasonable.

UMe.. oarlm s$1wrll, los. I

5",e Palms

This popular home-like boarding
house is beautifully situated un
Beach Street facing the Halifax
River. The rooms are large and
the table board excellent. The
house is but three blocks from the
pottoffce and convenient to all
the churches and but one uile
from the beach. Rates reasonable.
McCOLLUM. Proprietor.


We have the finest I
matting, art sqi
rugs, and bed coB

ine of

. H Niver & Son,

Same' Old Stand.



Northern and Western


PoSlary. Etc.

VIfrall. ~I'l L eett-led IS pisecis Stireet.

"*PHO'S L ';


* rtal plt of aB kiads of taslu
alpmes and supplies always o hand.

Aglpl A@.tM ub to Marmes wek.

Sooeat OMAC Dy-ms.pb

Daytona Ice Co.
Wu. Wuacxo, Manager.

Made from Distilled Water.

xagdmosa*Ave e and Railroad


Has a big lot of Harness, Collars,
Leather Stralm and Partf. Just
received Harnema$6..30)and upwards.
New Sewing Machine' for $16 and
upwarels. I a:t furni-h you with
any kind of a -ew ing machine.

Your Patronage Solicited.

Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

Doors and Window Screenm, Pictur
Mouldings made to order. All kinds o
Furniture Repairing done oun short notice
at reasouabkle prices.

eM, iW v -

"" a s..s ..............................
S' .l. ..MJ........ .... ........
m m, -go ese"* s* y... ....... .......l *wB* s*.a e ....................
TY ar old eorn ...............-...............- .ft. .. .............. ..
'Emhsun Creek" Rye .......I.... .. .........i ft a -7 4m -l-r................. ;
.. ye ar old ...... ... a .. .:...........................2 .
When wri |ifii **A ia e. 81Ve

It's all Florida.
Why buy imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with pium
I and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at g Ive-st pries?
Boxof5 ..................$1. )

S. W. ROWLEY. San Mateo, Florida.

Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.
OWy MeriBnB Tram froan Jeas vMlle t te Wst.
No. 2 No. 4 Stations No. 3:1 No. 1
7:25 am ......... 7:45 pni Lv ...........-konuill..........Ar A:.5 am ......... 8:' pm
10:54' amn.........11:05. pm Ar.............. Valdo ta............ v 5:35 am......... 5:20 pm
4:14) pm......... 3:50 am Ar...............Maon................Lv 12:45 am........11:80 am
7:45 pm......... 7:25 am Ar............... Atlanta............. L,- 9:40) pm0......... 800 am
1:00 an-......... 1:0 pm Ar.......... Chattanooga.......... L.v 3:00 pm......... 3.05iam
6:40 am-......... 6:55 pm Ar.............Nashville............. v 9:30 am......... 9:30pm
12:01 pmn.........11:40 pm Ar-................Martin............... v 5:15 am......... 3:47pm
7:24 pm -......... (6:52 aim Ar............. St. Louis.............Lv 10:15 pm......... H:3 6 am
l0:.354) am Ar C'hi.-ngo l1v 4<:10 pm ___
1 2:4 pm......... 2:30 am Ar...........Lo iivill......-......Lv 3: ) am -......... 2:3.5 pm
4:1.3 pmi ......... 7:24; am .\r ............i'in ininati............Lv 11:13 pmin.........11-5 am
......................... :. .15 a .in .. ............t... ago.................. v 7: ) pm .........................

No-. 4--ixie Flyvr-Carriems l'lhlmasIn Drawing Room Buffett Sleeping Carp,
- JIe-ksuonville to St. -Louis without -launge. making direct connection at Nashville
with slhepinfg ,ar.,. for L-. misville.. Ci-ininnat I and 'liieago. O*nly stops at following
A. V. & W. st.tl onls: frwt\vf'rdel. Baxter andl Fargo. Tioi,);gh coaches between
Jacksonvill- and Mwn-on.
No,. 2-Day Expren-Stops at all A. V. & W. loh-al 'tations. .Makes direct con-
nectioins for all points West and Nerthiwe-st, via both t'ordele and Macon.
Connections made at Jacks4iville with all nortlibound train-s of the Seaboard
Air Line and Florida East Coa.st Rys.
E. II. BARNES. Gen. Sup't. S. I). PICKETT, Gn, Pews. Agt.


Cottage Avenue. DAYTONA. FLA.

"You can fool all the people some
of the time, and some of the
people all the time; but you
can't fool all the people all the
WE DON'T want you fooled
any of the time.
Low priced paint will always fool you.
It may look well when first put
on but will not last. It costs as
much to put on a poor paint aV
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 me ,st economic
cal, and always full measure.
Bingham & Maley.


2s M Me. j

-AtAdniin mm

TUhe Northern


uiitaiy Plumbing & ,

Gasu ting.

St,,ami and lHot Water Heating.
tiiiates Firniished. Work (;unrantercd J. L. Odum, Proprietor.
P. 0. Box 25-. The fin-r-t .Mark-T S. ,.', I, f .ITa:ksonville.
*i- at European Hotpl. Shop in rear. full st k of al k;e:,- f Fi- sh Florida
Dartonaa.ra. .and V 1 t- 1. i; 1 t...
--.- -- l'. irv *i A-i a L.

Do You Smokte?
Well, then you like flnp
Cigar'. You will find the
flnest qualities, and the
largest amortment at the

Architect, Builder
and Contractor. 0
SRsisden'p and ollioe. northeast rorner of
Ridgeuwood and vsulu'sia aeonues.


Ladies' hot, sizes 3 to 4. regular pri-e $2.54). now only.............$1.25
Mismem' shoa. sizes 1 3 to 2, regular price $1.210, now......................9
Children's Oxfords, 3 to 8, regular price ,'0 Boy ', 3 to 4, regular price 1.00. now ........................................ .50
%Men's Patent Lenther. satin al f. regular 3. $10 s4)t'k, now......... 1.7s
Se our line of Enamel Ware, Stationery te. i'iams and Orgai .
Orders left for piano tuning will re'ive promupt attention.


* it


14 Moss and Fiber Mattresses
Dealer in Secondl land Furniture an! Stov,,s.
Y i,,,,r (l l F -uritur.. MIle ais e(u;4o l aMs New.
Second Avenne, opposite Schmidst's Villna, 1'lnl4e i)AYTON., FLORIMA.

(IN' o I i)i ri l)
--M% 'FACI t-.l1 1.- ( --



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 19.
Magnolia Ave. and F. E. C. Ry. (West of Poetoffice.)


-\1 \1 i,,,d.\in. I'ro pri,.ter.
M. t%. s TI'K. K as o ...,

Fine Wagons
an Carriages.

General Blacksmithing and Repairing.

Shop near Bliond & lond L:urnl,.r Y.-.I.






*Phone a


Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
flooring, iMin Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.

'Phone 83
Offices and Yards: Fast Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager





i -I i).tvroN.%.

Saint Johns River Conference Closew ItsF Seretary of
Session Monday Noon. warded letters
-- art ('Colnplan

Statte ('raivfopri l 'has m--
l':stenit ton the F'.~ & st'eys
m, M *4. b~m i ie~..I t re vitr,

The Saint Johns River Conference of county, and the w\ corporation i- t.!1:s
the Methodist Episcopal church resumed empowered to do business. at -i.hli plhI,.,s
its seopion last Saturday morning t. as t he dir-etors inuiy do H:30 o'clock, with devotional services, theibest interests of the coimall ny
conducted by Rev. W. J. Harkness. At The general nature of the bu-iniess t.)
9t o'clock Bishop Fitzgerald took the le transacted is the carrying ,on chair. The usual matters of business oc- eral merchandising. and dealing in llhardt-
cupied the session. ware, drygoods. gr m- ie-i. etc.
At 3 o'clock the Rev. Dr. Van Horne,, The authorized talitalbtot k is$25,00IU
of the Rock River Conference, preached a divided into 25,0 shlarvs of $104 each,'
most inter.ating and inspiring mermon $14,0K)o of the capital stoc-k ,* Ie paid
from the 103d Psalm, the flntfiveverses. in upon the granting of the hliarter. Life

The evening sermon was evangelistki. of the corporation to befifty years -Tlal-
and was conducted most acceptably by lahalssean.
Rev. James L. Folsom.
The services on the Sabbath began at Praise the bridge that carri.-s you over
9:30 o'clock with the customary love- the tHood or cough. lL.\Il ,.tis
least. At 11 o'clock, after appropriate HOREHOI'NI SYltl' has brought so
opening services, in which the choir par- uh a over thbront and ti. les.
ticipated by rendering several Imost ap- that its praises are stiung evrrywhen,.
propriate and beautiful selections. Price. 25 and 50 tenlits. l)r. .1. IM. .Ji.-s.
Bishop Fitzgerald preached a very able
and helpful sermon from the text I. Peter risoermen Attentiont I
ii., 4. At 3 o'clock the ordination service Phillip T. White. of Port Oranime. will
was held, at which time Rev. Adyman takeout a party of two on tislihili trill
Smith was ordained asdeaconby Bishop for $2.4K) per dlay. :nil furnishli plenty o
Fitagerald, aMi Rev. Jonathan B. Hawk bait. Boats. l;n. and bait furn sa i, f,,r
an elder by Bishop Fitxgerald, assisted S .50 per day.
by flive elders.
After the Epworth League services the! TABLE ofa e TIDES.
Rev. Dr. Van Home preached at 7:30 49
o'clock. At theclose of this very helpful Week lMginniing Jain. 20;. Ulti'92.
sermon, which all enjoyed, one lady re- HIUH TIDE.
spoaded to the invitation to surrender .. 1n. p. niI
to Christ, the "captain of our salvation Sunday..................... 9:03 9:21
Moiday the coalereace convened for its Monday...................... 1:0 ll,:1 ;
closing sesino at 10 o'clock. After Tuesday.........................lo:14'; 11:03:
devotioall ervicesthe remaining items Wednesday....................11:2 11:-.1
of blsil we1e attended to. Thursday...... ....................12:12 .......
Thm td bishop called upon the con- Friday........................,..12: 411 1:(1
leone to ing the familiar hymn, "A Saturday.......... .. .....1 :1 1 :1
Change To Keep I Have." led in prayer LOW TIIiE.
and read the appointments of the min- Sunday........................ 2:5') 3:20.
sister to the various charges for the Monday............... ........ 3:3S 4:05
ensuingyear. Tuesday ........................... 4:2; 1:-50,
Eustis District, 0. W. Butler, presiding Wednelsay............. 1..... :1
elderChandler, Eantia. Fruitland Park, Thursday... ............ 0 21
Gainesville and Minneola, to be supplied; Friday........ .......... 7
Mount Dora, G. H. Northrup; Oka- Saturday ................... 7., 7:5..
humpka, to be supplied; St. Petersburg,
L. D. Haim; Tampa and Limona, to be Diswea n and dlangr lurk in th,, vital
supplied; Tarpon Spring. A. E. Drew; ergans. The Illood leco i 'is v\it itell aind
Winter Park, J. C. Sullivan; James (. ttw general hI"alth is >Uidh.rniin.'i whiei-
Peter, conference tract agent and ment- overm there fnnsti ions as lir fai int berof the Minneola quarterly conference |HiERnil.NE %ill tone up Hit soia.
Jacksonville District, L. S. Rader, pre- regulate the liver, whltre otht.r pirpatr-,
sidingelder--Daytona. J. B. Hawk; INk- tiois o(ily wireleve. I'ri,-e, .-1 *., i-. Ilr
land, Adyman Smith; Eggk'ton and 1
New Berlin, to be supplied; Georgiatni I
and Melbourne, R. B. Templeton; Greeni MIrs. Hladtivld and NlMis Stlti. h. \\ ill
Cove Springs and Hastings, to be sup- render a piano duet fo thli s .1'.
plied; Jacksonville Tminity, W. J. Hark- musicall.
nees; Ls4e Como, to be supplied; Lawtey,
G. F. Scott; Miami. M. S. Stockiug; New
Smyrna, Orange City. to be supplied; St.
Augustine. J. U. A. Martin: South .lak-
sonville. A. C. Sirdefeld. & & I

For family use in nudmberless ways-
useful and valuable remedy. Price. 25
cents. Dr. J. M. Jones.


We, the undersigned, request the
citizens of Daytona, irrespective of
party, to meet at the Armory on the
evening of Wednesday, Jan. 2", 19M2.
at 7:30 p. m. sharp. for the purpose
of placing in nomination a ticket to
be voted for at the election to be
held February 1., 1902:
L. H, Robbins. Geo. Beardsley.
Portion R. Bennett. C. M. Bingham,
Jr., E. J. Mills, J. M. Jolley, J. R. Hill,
Edward Fitzgerald, 'C. H. Spencer.
Geo. H. Ludwig, Henry Perkins. H.
F. Douglass. F T. Peck, E. T. Con-
rad, F. N. Conrad, M. Huston, L. 0.
Ra wson.

Miss Pany Devereux. of Palatka will
ti omeof the vocal soloists at the mbsi-
icb t- be given inSeabreese shortly.
Mi Revereaux i a very popular young
i Maad her many friends will be
glad to have an opportunity of bearing
ahr mabf

,AME I.Pw. flk a-., sI- f1r K' fi,1 T


It Clios ,d Thurs.day Evening With An
IEnjoya ie Baill.
Tlih i'atholi. Fair and Ilazaar which
\\as held at t lie Arm .nory. Tuesday. Wed-
nisdali\ nid Thliirsday e\'lnings, was a
ffgreat MU''Pecess both socially land finan.i
vial!y. The many booths were very
attraltivelvy decorated,.and a great nuni-
b-r of useful articles were on sale.
Very tempting viands were served
evtry evening to a large number of citi-
zen 4 and tourists. TI'lh various tables
were presided over by young ladies of,
the city, who looked very carefully tol
the wants of the patrons.

The gold watch is yet on hand and 1
will obe disposed of as soon as the list is L
filled. Mr. Burgoyne won the fox ter-
rier. Mr. Iem-oiin carried off the rod and
t-el, and Mr. Hawley the winner of the T
$5 gold piece. A number of other TIr
snialler articles wenr raffled off.
Fat her ( 'Boyle. on behalf of the la-;
di.t- of thI- Catholic church, wishes to O
to thank all those who patronized the
fair, and contributed to its success.
It closed with a hop at a late houri
Thursday evening, and everyone felt well
satisfied. The music for the dane was
fuirnislhed 1,v the S. F. H. Orchestra.
Ine of the many attractions that af- -
forded much amusement at the fair was ISO^
tlhi art gallery. which was presided over' *
I.% Win. Mac'kenzie. assisted by Edw. I
l)reer. These twe gentlenien left noth-
inIg undone to show the many phases of
this cleverly devised department. We
are unable to learn the amount realized
by the ladies from the entertainment, but
it is no doubt a goodly sum.

The (Ilarendon and Colounades Trio, *
under the direction of Mr. Frederick
L.anidholt, will play tle overture and
r',ndler several se.letions during the even- ,
inmg for the Sea.bn rse musical.-.

P'OT O.ANGE, Jan. 24. Mr. Nel-,C .
-on, of Columibus, Ohio, has arrived
and is at the Port Orange House for
the season
Mr. Oliver, from the peninsula. was,
a visitor in our village this week. I
.Mis.s Dullois. of Bangal. New York.
arrived Sunday and isat her brothers '
for the winter.
Mr Hrower passed through town
the other da o 0:1 his return from New ';
Smvrna where he had been to look
.after his property.
There was a very enjoyable hop at
lid&ecwood Hall Friday evenimi.
MIr,. Ilouinv was hostess at our
eluchre party Tuesday evening.

E. A. Brohm, of the Port 4)ran,,e -
Hlouse. ha- his naptha launch in run- I
nine ordcr now. It is the fastest boat Season 1902
oft it% -ixc on the river. P'cttcpher in OIl n /U90
to have charge of it for the season.
The Literary ( o. met Thursday
t fterl n)o.n. 1.
i 000'

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HlLLY HILL, Jan. 24.--On Wednes-
day morning early Mr. Blunnell re- ROY P T
turned w ith his steam tugf the Leo, *
having had a rough passage from .
lack-un\ i!ie and was obliged to put
i-i itt at MNatanza-/ Inlet. The Leo
weit din i the ri~er thi. mInorning for
a raft.

,.ulitc a tlect .rf 'auniches went up
the T",ulo'KI river on Tuesday: the
Frcdcri a1. A 'i' !r. ",uihcrn Star and
An ,ioi .-- ,;i- \!:tir- this week
were Mr-. VWoodfordni. Mr. lDreer, Day-
tona. an.; Mrr. Merkcl and family
froumi r rruo: i.
Mrs. t lii. Hlarri! will leave on Fri-
day f,,r T''altha-.ee. where she in-
teund- iakinri quite a prolonged visit
with her fa'.i, r, the Nyv. Arehdea-
co1 t .lrtcr .?
.ah'ietut. "wa-' at Ponce Park
ui'i,,,: -tie work ton the deck of the
Pr in-c-,. I--ena.






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*-ldies' and GMW
I & SON F&urn hNig, N t.

We Are Still Offering Bargains.

We have r eeived a large line of underwear, and are olering excellent values at 30c, 55c and 75c per piece.

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

BRad down SCHEDULE Read up
Lv 8:30 am ...................North Bridge Draw.................... Ar. 5:00 pm
" 9:00 wan .......South Bridge Drw.................... 4:30 pro
" 11:.00 am ............. Ponve Park........................... 2:30 pm
Ar 1t00 m .......New Snmyrna...................... Lv 1:30 pm

The Columbia has just been built after the most numoern plans, and
is famt, s-afe and comfortable.

Fare for Round Trip $1.00.

Launch "Yankee Doodle" for Charter.


ibber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful Drivers
e are well equipped for "Strai lRides." The finest turnouts in the city.
'Buses meet all trains and tuke ~ias.!iir.r to any part wf the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public School.
Telephone 27

rOWell's Express (0 Baggage Line

II I-F. T I'll AV iE I.- T, P r p riet ,pr,

in the I'p-to-Dat' Ilarlber .Shop.

'reiephone 93.

All Calls Given Prompt Attention.

Piano Moving a Specialty.

a*aaaB*Oa laaiaO t SSOaaeOti a O *at@ **f aa*eOi tlO*B*O a

Si ll JrI CoU Druggists

T* ihe Largw-t andi Miii.st 'Olmiplete Stx'k
of IDrugs in lian tmia. P'rew.riptions con,.- 0
pounil,,, by .1iid t,.(i.l I 'iha rimu.cist only. *

W Perfumery and Toilet Articles. '
TRY Ol'R IiNNE T.1\ 4 l 4(1 11.\1I..\ -2'. fents a )bottle.
IeBach astt. % F 0 % 0 DAYTONA. FrLOOi DA

A. Steele & Co.
Central Cycle

1s (hiSt 1--4t,


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C.~u23v sad


This house is new and is situated on North Rldwood; h a nMll
venience, heated with hot air; and all outke mrooms,ad y ormsllb.
suite with private bath; electric lights now in u ;m bred ivaralho in
excellent. Rate reasonable, and everything done for the comfrt oIfin


Fronting Halifax River.

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

Terms $7 to *9 per Weekl


Mrm. Wen. Elek. Proprietor.
Conveniently.v located, Overlooking the Beanuti Halifax River.
Tal.le Board Exce-lent. Rates: One Dollar per Day; Five to Seven Dolaus psTrIM


Se.niaw Ize Avenue, SEABBEEZE, FLA.

Renovated and Newly Furnished.

J. L. HOWARD, Proprietor.



(Formerly the Holly laa)

Opens December lIt.
This popular mlstlery has been remodeled sad elbued to double its si; aseei
modates 200 guests; it has been refurnished an decorated; electrie ligtd Mi
I thoroughly heated; has new billiard sad smoking rooms, new ladies' parlor
sun parlor. The Grand Atlantic is situated onthe water front and bha
lawns, and south facing verandas; good boating and fihing from our own dig.
Rates moderate. Send for booklet. J. J ba Se m, gm


Now Open

Electric Lighted aind Tho
Perfect Cuisine.

roughly Heated Hot and Cold Bath.
Everything Strictly First Clam. RateaModete.s.

Daytona House



Rattet from $7 to $10l per week.

Siffiattd on (1rangw. Avenue.

T. L. RODGERS, Proprietor.

Private Board

I' 'l i ,, ; 'il: il I \\ h,.,.l n .
,it'. I, i. n t ;ind ;
I! |.t ,i;e iiki. :iil i,.ntlIv do0,1 ..

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Corner RidgewMood and Magnolia Avenues. New house; well lighted eWf
hI.Ith.: electri, lights. lEverything firt elaui. For rat asddrels,
Ml. J. B. Parkilao, l)Dayto4na. Florid

SCHM IDT'S VILLA Overlooking the Halifax River

The hotel commands a miit attractive
view in every direction and no i*e
location can be found in the vicinaty.
It is only one ma from the oees
and is convenient to the depot
pottoffice, churches and public school,
, More sunny rooms than any other hotel
in town. Bath room and lavator"ies


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EVDAEN'G February th
T,'k,.T o ,a l -' *. .r ,. aI t a h1ot4,
iI lIat 1701.a ?ni D 'i .- !..f 7 .. .

To be Reserved after February First at

Rates.*. **S. Do $10 e WeM --aM d o -W
Henry Schmidt, Proprietor, Da ton Fm.

Seaside Inn
Dirsm-tly oni th swe.n.ai beach i posite Daytona. New aindl modern. (Js
arnd el-ctrie bills in every rnomn. New ocean pier and casino.
DI'NKLEE & 4'O. Prolprietors, GOODALL, (formerly leabreeme) FLORIDA.
Summer hotel: Ocean View House, Pigeon Cove, Ml.

Has .a ktect Stock of..
Perfumery and Fancy Toiltt Articles.

-. 'A ..r~*vr~P. --

Come and get one of our Ten Dollar corvet cloth skinner silk lined overcoats.

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

No matter how small a purchase you make

we can save money for you. 1 e t

ith & Son, DAYTONA.



poisons the blood, irritates
the nerve-cells and causes
aches and pains in the tem-
ples, eyes, brain and spinal
cord. Headache, neural-
gia, impaired appetite, indi-
gestion, sleeplessness, nerv-
ous exhaustion and des-
pondency all point to the
weakened nerves that are
crying aloud for renewed
strength and health.
Tor disturbed sleep, heart pains, pal-
pitation, headache, nervousness and de-
preson of spiritsbrought on by lon
catinued efarr trouble, Dr.M.i
Nervine is without an eqiuaL"
Rim. L F. joaH, Ieatesriwle, 0.

L w -I V A 0 *

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Dr. Miles'

soothes the nervous irrita-
tion, stimulates digestion
and builds up health and

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There very handoome.

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Wvt A1 r.5t 6twvened |
SMW InI a wrsatC Hotel.
r owlbs, the pioneer of Amiri.
m phetegraphy in a buasmess sense
W s a been humorist," said a prom.
1 mat New York photographer the
4t6 day. "I believe he might
ve been a rival of Mark Twain ii
he had turned his attention thai
way. Many year ago I went ovei
to Baur% with him on a business
tripi which turned out to be one o@
S thi ep antest jaunts I ever had.
They have a custom, or had, ii
the French hotels of sticking a num-
her of candles in your room and
a gyou a franc each for them,
whetherr you lighted them or not.
S oreon never got reconciled to
that. One day just before we left
a certain hotel he said to me, look-
S i round our room, 'Cooper. do we
have to py a franc each for all
these candless'
SI amid that was the usual charge.
S'And all those porters and wait-
S es down stairs will expect to be
tipped too?-
S believe they will,' I said.
'H ow much?'
."Oh, about a franc, I suppose.'
"'All right, then.'
"He didn't say any more at the
time, but next morning when we
were getting ready to start I saw
him taking the candles out of the
a endlesticks and putting them in
his pocket. When he got down
stairs, Powelson pulled one of those
candles out of his pocket and hand-
ed it to a porter who was waiting
for a tip from him. 'Here's a franc
S for you. You can cash it in the of-
ee. "-New York Times.

Tibetan Skull Drums.
A drum of an extreme repulsive-
aem of nature is one used by the
S lames of Tibet at some of their
church ceremonies. For this the
eraniums of two skulls, preferably
children's, are taken, and over the
concave side of each is stretched the
skin of a snake. The two skulls are
then cemented at their vertices to
either side of a wooden disk covered
with a cotton cloth, the stretched
skins being outermost. These drums
are often ornamented by having the
heads of devils and such like hor-
Mrs, the more repulsive the better,
S painted upon them in red and blue
colors. The method employed in
playing them is rather curious. To
the wooden disk between the two
halves a cord is fastened, aby which
the drum (can hw suspended and then
. rapidly rotated. Two short cords
with knolh- at their ,ndil hang down
in -s-ich a wav ihat as the drum re-
vo!'v-e thev irike alternately on ei-
ther face r.nd thii- produce a regu-
lar "lini, lt.:mi ." t;* > 1 W or.]l.

by our new invention. Only th

Get"emin Being entirely cured of deaf nes
a fellhaisry of my case. to be used at your discrei
A ; tre years ago nmv right ear began to si
my hearing in tis ear entirely.
I uderwent a treatment for catarrh. for three
berot physicians, among others. the nmot eniani
*ly -H operation could help me. and eren that
t- ee-nc e. bIt the hearing in the affected ear wou
I them aw our advennent accidentally ii
Wmet. After I had used it onlv a few days accord
t4odv, after ire weeks, my hearing in the disease
S eaUtily aad beg to remain Very truly your
F. A. W
Our rbawtment des nott interfere
Uzamiad.sat and
a" vi free. YOU UA CURE YOUI

Chateau de S
of Passaic, N.
Tmme Wines Rival the V
Old, rich and mellow by age and y
n fumigated cellars as is done with t

PhIotgraph ofchateaudeSpeer
their excellent effect upon the system
and aged persons and in general far
climate,and soil abounding in iron is lu
wine. It is the same kind of soil as in
vineyards are the only Port grape vin
vineyards that cultivate the real Por
other wines or mixtures called port a
grape in them Mr Speer is the first
vines and acclimated the real Port w
He spent thousands of dollars as a hob
acclimating these Portugal vines her
to become acclimated before Mr Sp<
those years all died except about eij
began to grow vigorous and bear frui

Choked Talk.
A chick a few hours out of the t
shell, an English zoologist tell.u On u on a tmree wt a crew e s t
has five distinct calls. Its cry when of eese in his mouth wbhm an evl-
it loses sight of its mother is entire- oes ad hungry fox came prowlig
ly different from the note with along and spied the choice morsel
which it signifies that it is hungry. "Tou are a beautiful bird." aid the
After being fed it utters another counting fox, "and yet your great beas-
call expressive of its desire to be tI notenal toyo~ marvlosvol
covered and to sleep. The cry of whceh chbacms all of the beasta of the
frightis a kind of "ehir-r," which fe ryo Sli Crow. do let me
is used also by the hen as a warning bear you slng."
The crow turned her bead to one
call and never fails to bring the side. as is the habit with such birds.-
brood scampering to her. The cluck- and looked at Mr. Fox. Then she de-
ing of a hen to her chicks is famil- lberately ate the cheese and after
iar enough to most people, but few clearing her voice spoke.
know that, although there may be "*Thank you for your complIment.
scores of hens in a farmyard cluck- Mr. Fox." she sad. "If you will wait
ing at once, the voice of each will be a minute. I will sing for.you. I never
unmistakable to her particular, j peak or sing uancientil after dinner n."
brood, and, moreover, every hen will !The fox did not walt. but trotted on
know which is her own family l'i way.
among a whole cluster of other Moral.-A literary education ls not
chicks. without value.-New York Herald.

Australian Slang.
A paper in Western Australia has
been bewailing the uncultured "ac-
cent" adopted by "educated" chil-
dren in the "\'Vegtralian" state
schools. In proof of this such ex-
amples are given as 'ce-vuh" for
"here," "partickler" for "particu-
lar," "bin" for "been" and "seen"
for "saw."
It is pointed out, however, that in
other parts of the Australian con-
tinent a more objectionable form of
language. the use of slang, predom-
inates. A head is a "top piece" or a
napperr." eves "lamps or "ogles,"
an ear is a "lug or a "paddle box,"
a mouth is a "kisser" or "mush," a
face is a "dial" or "phiz," and legs
are "dutches.' an abbreviation of
"Dutch pegs."

Parepa Rosa a Coquette.
Parepa Rosa was an accomplished
coquette with her audience, and she
understood the public thoroughly.
Good natured, vivacious .and warm
hearted whcn before the footlights,
she was also shrewd and methodical
in her business transactions, a com-
bination that is seldom seen in an
artist, and this fact wa of material
advantage later in dealing with her
manager. Almost invariably upon
her first appearance in an opera she
would furtively "ize tup" the audi-
ence, indicating, as a; ('Civeland pa-
per once said, that "s-Ie was count-
ing the house before beitnninng her

Am n aw,,eetdl Answer.
When it was too late. the barber's
customer discovered that the operator
be had selected to manipulate the ra-
zor had been indulging In strong drink.
But be sank back In bis chair, trusting
to luck for a successful shave. The In-
evitable happened, however, when the
nerve racked barber Jabbed a piece of
cuticle from the victim's chin.
"Now you see. sir. what bard drink-
Ing will do." walled the damaged per-
"Yes. It dops make the skin tender,"
said the man of shears and blade.-Ex-
Moasumet m* a Pi.4
No stranger monument ever existed
Than that which was erected at the
Hotel de ille by the Inhabitants of
Luneburg, In Hanover. nl honor of a
pig. This. which took the form of a
kind of mausoleum. contained a large
glass case ,i whicb was hermetically
Inclosed a I:nte tam cut from the ani-
mal who-e mmii'lnory was to be banded
down to polterity. Above was a hand-
some slab of marble. on which. en-
graved In letters of gold. was the fol-
lowing in-m-riptlon lu Latin: "'Pamers-
by. contemplate here the mortal re-
mains or thle pig which acquired for
Itself Imperishable glory by the dis-
covery of the salt springs of Lune-


-5ometbing New Under the Sun."

All ldh-ti, li-ve, tri,-d to cure ('atarrh
byi tli .-i u of pilt\vder, atid gamit.e iii-
haleri, lat drin iIIn pi.te form. Their







I the


from a

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W*Ios, 95OCents.
haw yudJA~MS P. BALLARD. SL. Leek. Ne.

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,"Savannah Line."'

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Florida to

New York. Boston

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah.

THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships from SAVANNAH. Four
Connections withlNew York and Boston Ships Oa Sound Lines'

All ticket agents- and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing i-hedules.
Write for general information, sailing schedule,, Ntater,,orn reserv;itiou, or call on


A.g9-nt. Dayton.a. Flit

E. LUFEVRE, Mauager. W. N I'i rANT. 'rti -Mi.nage-r.
New P'ier, 33 North River, New York, N. Y.

I %i% ( i#-i iii( I o II Im t I fI I i iii C, ,ztit I Us m mlre s bram
-- _----- ratlxing th.Ilm tup .rack open and bleed.
So niany coffee houses sprang into, lhvei- elnirtly .iti.n IwaLV the nane maiin.'in-
existence during the reign of 4ararle brane: tlmt ti heir makers have aimed to
II. that be a ll. tt w' 11 iloi-Ipa' '.- 1 i auntie lit ii he r;ntnotTThe Groat Through Car Line from Florida-'., ninectiom:
11. that be. entertain;rig a belief thit r. Ih tht ho i. aI s..n ii,! ai4)1 ex1.ri'e.h
1many political intrigues had their he- ,'r*.t,". w,, lafr ,nl i anye.i y The Ttlantiati t lLine. via Charleston. i.ihionid,
.I mlractition-l \i. ha ham ii14. iiil yT TiHiiirt ing ii .
ginning In those places. Issued li: a oal I,..* y n 1i' t v and s at i of th 'i tmtherni Italway. via s ,avainal. Cohi.li and
edict ordering thbe to bIe closed. D1 trIatmin. t of atarrh. has at lahst per- iWashinigton
this proclamation the following wo occurred: "The retailing of coffee ,r Ilseld. not itonl relievers at oneIi. lnt i-r- T1he Soiithprn Ry. viaeiitsui,, Atlait aandi (l Ahatla'gi
tea might be an innocent trade. lut It inan-ntly i.,e' (rata.rh. by removing TO THE T 'he Loui ille & Nasht ville via Mo%,,to imryill.
was maid to nourish sedition, spread theau.I toiping the. disharges, and The Mobil. i vit.H viatvontgh mbii- A.hvri
wti-ring all inll ainiliat ioln. It is the o(11"%'rhe.Mniil,. & ()hii) It. R. via %toontgoior.ry.
lies and scandalize great men: it might neinly k own It si.i.tce that a.tuall3 UE s "t ''"" tn- "+" eon"ioni m-
also be a common nuisance. vinedy1 known to science that actually Via avannah and Ocean St-mship aonp4i for
i re~thi.,hrs thi. athtiti,.td part. This woinder- i TO' TII E Now York. luhiladellphi.t anl Id lot n.
ruil retried I Vy is known a. "SNIi:t-i.-;v s th. Viea >Savanntaih aind Mtr.hantts al>.d Miners" Transpor
SA" AmANTI.I I'CATAKRH(IURE" aUi iS sol4 tat io ll i a t th.i*-xtrvmntly l.w price of One hDollar, Via Norfolk and steanii<.rs for N,.-v Y.,rk. Italtimnore
ANYa'h I i'rkghli tgI.. .Tr..li ltimn,. -ilhn.in fI.l ar ti full ii. ulth'l Key WV st anin lltvanai.v ia l.ninsuln r anil O.vid ritual St.arnsbhi I Ii lil.t ly.
H A it m. "-.,,rt I lit *rlf-,i llh li -.s,,!,-\ to .
it I-rl.t e ) iva txtia.ts iptriton and Prine Ed.lwtardls Island via lNstii n an (d iaunila.
NIHEAD'I iES" i iph only rfet Attlantic aind Plant St1ean ship Line for Hlalifax. llawkemburvy and I'harlotte.town.

W NniEi pIi-i,11i.- I ,liy I;e' atl,.d.iltiv,. Winter Tourist Tickets
OIIU' rim 1:- for that anlnoiying and disgusting will Ie on sale throughout the Northern. Eastern. Wie.tern and Sonthern States to
d iES OF and I.rmntnt aslmsIn is a l-o winderfully return until May 21-t. with the liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.
JARDtl HJ JRIN^ t< I- ev.r or (old in the I .AddreM es of parti,-s in thl North sent to th.e ii,,ndi.rign.in will be lil.rally sD|p-
HARD H FARINC' H,~1 plied with all information arid hlimniidmlso. adv .rtising nmat tr.
A a A E 'a tarrh r. -ji ; tlt'ld often.I ld;id. to For information as to rates. sil.ping car nr rvationS. et'.. Vnall on. or write t
CURABLEl1 consi.iM titin-S i rn.-'" il save M. JOLLY., division Pass' liger AK.-nt. 134 Wert Bay St.. .al'konvill-. Florida,
hose born deaf are incurable., youl t oii iiit at oi irC. It in io ordinary I W. B. DENIHA. Gleneral Supterintenoilnt, i; \\. IVil.NN. l'sa.'.Tlrattfi, Man..
E IaMMEDIATEy rliai i'v. but a;It id1l)i- t-1ta'*rult wiU h W Savannah, (Ga. Savtvanaiih. IiGa.
IM MELUIATIELY. i c -t.' P"ntiv.ly ngu araumted to cure Catarrh
3ELIMME SAYS LY im any.mfv or r Mtan, iIt usd LtaccTrdilig ---.. -- .
I tl TlM Ob(U ,IA YI:Nl io :o. ti,, directions which aih .-mimzr;uy each *- **-*- *
thanks to you t:icatmeut I will iiow e you paoka.). Ihon't d.lay but .sd for it at :
" a'nd t oil(-,r. and write full fl P4-tiulars as at t4) IL7F1 A / r I ify. :
n l.sk .".,tnilg"ttswore.untilIlost our edition, and i l r-i Seaboard A ir L inea R y :
nmnthith w.thoutan a ut. ices., consulted inuim. Sn i 'ial advi'e frot n th odisovvrer oiI this
elt t-ir .leciallitoft this citv who told lime that wollii.irfull re.i-i.vy rg';trdlilg yaour .a.se CAPITAL CITY ROUTE
only tuot rarely. that the head no cs would ith ,,iut ,-ost to y ,,,ou i,,,t le rt gular ,
Id 1-e io..t mor evern-
n a New Vork paler. and ordered your treat- price of >Smitie ITi "(uaraimteed Se l h Thie Sho.rtst Route.
ding to o dur i e-tions, the noises ceased and t ta iirrh tll'. h'' "tLn.
.dear.aobeeueutirelyreotored. Ithauk yo I ,t pr,.iai to any% addtre"s irn the The Best Line. 0
EVRMAN. 73oS Broadway, Baltimore, Md. tI lit.-d States o.r (anadi on ln'eilt of I I
With your usual occupation. (,t lw ll;ar. dresss lplit. H1122 i:,wi..
A-. I .s. P & I 1 2,13A0a. 30 and 2332 IM Doubl,. Daily Servi, Inl'Ioling
JlSELF AT HOME "'"-,." I,,ark-' ,iret.Philadlphia.
PBSELF AT HOME a"nOminAl @Ij ipSiA. : m 0 TO MIN S 0
pee ws --- VA AIi. (W'OI'MBIA, .M'.. SI irlilClMIN lJ;Sir. { 1,1 ) peer- VWV jines *..a Ingenious Treatment by which Drunkards 0
are being Cured Daily io Spite WASIHIN<.'',.N, HAl.TIMoN)IE. I'll LA PEI:I.'ll A and Il NEW YT ORKI
i o Ihemselses.0
J. VineyardC. o oous Doses. No Weakening ofthe with TlltO tilI PULLMAN SL.EEPE'RS. It a', tlh. Only L.inr. ope *raltin
%erses. A Pleanllt and Poitlihe o are u in
Vrorld rin Excelience. lo, the Liquor Habit. Daily Throiugh Pl1illiman Car Service Ietw'metiJam-ksonville and N-w Orleans.
ili r*-.r'\m e-li-,ra 11% kti ,\\li :ti ii: u i0u er- 0
years of care and frequent racking .i 'tat I"rt-..l known a1!h, undnur- m ti
he Chateau Winei Fr *'lol l brike--i.. i- di-av and i-or further information \\ rite to
the Chateau W ines in France. A1t ,, 4a.-,n -. 1.. .i,.ly iillh..d with Ipo.-on I M N .NE i. .t. a- 'ent, J.ih k-oniville. Florida. *
Y IThl ;t ". I.. NIitl'Nitl. t;.At n.I'ms. Age,.'nt, aiimrtsonulh. Va. 0
SThe Chateau con ,t 0(,w -..ai ', ,t i r>..iEtri u i..l. of ntoxl;tinJ L.
tains a limited sup- lit ii, rs n-.ilu,. Mi a id ltid, a t V.apable ot J. M. IBAK First Vii.- i'resi.!-iit ;id llnieratl Matnagnr, I'ortsio th. tl a. \
ly of Private Stock ..'"l-z-ln adl ,.rail..it ltills.i.on. io ooooIoooooooiooiooooooooooo
ort nineteen yeatis ni wI,-r raving lh,.- ili.lV.ilg fr "llt.lXi-
itimI 111ami'i n Elitw 4, 1l e4. thim llt-
old, besides Bur- s.l-m- at 1,1m1,. i ith, it Imtimt.ity .- l,.-
gundy and Claret of oi tmi.n Itm- l h,imin,..s i. v hin wond.rnul
nearly the same age. il E Ml; ti(11.I) I I4l:. whi.h tlla i hpm11 9
The Speer Purt, p *ri-', tc i r iiiunn i .n .n-ars i.. 4i s i
however, nine years in tr4nit-,t ,r t f im' ,rmlt .-. Ti h faithisWill -
ord, as well as i..- l ,-..,.i\ i. i p i, t lI gia tlaite Id
th e u r g u11 d y, ,,, h ;. ,,,.,t in i .r -t :nt ,.-i ..- m l lnit. t-
Cl4ret and Sherry, tI-r hnl% hii all 1 irinktr. lur r.'io,-rdj n
are hii iclas s wine's. 'R.I ~l ".-nnllPli tiralisiriji.ntimion of
T he 'imax Iti'al-. i h, rikarts m .i .. ,lier. ,in I ha -Id I. r tr.irou l.*l ta '.tar. iiff m:i-I i n.t r ;t i n .- tilatrl hlm. i) -
Brand iy i IS years \l\ -.;s tl rji Ytorit (S AI Im.,i'. ioulisn.ss amil ,iok hieamll,.-. N rhing sil I ,I li' ;ti.v illd
Old A i are preferred (i11111 REN (I HE lot R F.VIT'llERS" l vaf. ak, rvar nla,, a,:t V l,,II-
where known bi y the Th,,, ri.nm.dv iNin no sen.i a ti nost rum but ay a 1
M edica! professi ,in ,. a siP't i ,r i thi l li.ae on iily. and is! him ht r..,- miinuidiii. K l A1' A.I N S 'l,, ,T "lhi:i i ,'n.influ"I ,t :i
a,,er ts .k iltful ,li,. i.-,l al lr patrila lid that it
Sa <~~ei n r ti llrn ,il.l v .i.< ,uitd l and p npard ti.i t i 1ii. aind after l,.- s- a \ I 1.. n T1.- -tha I
when used hv in a.ds. the1e th' .* o- w.., ithth- IfIIfi.. without Tim. k. h ,
nily use "rt'hern New Je rsctC ,I11. of thi ..'rsi tatkitng i. -'rhuu ann d., n, ow i,,,,'l m .n v il % i;,- knit nI ... ih p.a 1 ., u.i.. t
List ada:.' i .r t rtapet'(r P rt ofl Irunilkar.i -h hi:i cnurnil thenii-s.lv. ts i -I
I) Portuii Sipeer', \vi:-erv and til- pri'- i.... r wred.iny. an ul a us any ma ore P--
eyVards in theV tr;ted State'. on l" i l,' n t't i r,.;,r, and .I t.nil-r rato. r e,. .
t w:ne grape of Purtuga! w -,le I.v i, hauv in g t*- ."*el a 'iir- R uilnii tsth.rdt
re made without a smng'c (o t t i fir kniiw.dle in coffee or ta. alnd be-
and only cne who :,n ).rtei the litv, t lday that that they ilis.montinue-Atd .Iruigi~ i-
ine grape Vines of Portugal. irinkiiig of their own friw will. D NOT The Fir-n--r.nt packet i- eiinoiult5. ,r ;i i li:ir\ ,..i-;x,.
by to see what he could do toward a T Iho not il ddludie by apparent The ftmilv .i-timt. n iit o,. ,>;r. '-m
e it took eight years for them ,,it1 hdi.a-, t a ocee and fr 'all ti,.' el r -r
eer got a single grape. during Th. HolME (uLD) CRE" is .olId at
iht hundred vines, when those th,,' vtr-ni-nly low price of (ione Dollair.
t frinm the cL Ix'A-.r .... .2--a i thus il:,o-in.r witLint rin ich ,Jif -er- .. -- -. ---



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W Through tickets to New York, Philadelphia.
New Haven, New London, Stonington,
SProvidence, Fall River, Boston and
at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three steamer
trains every Thurlaiy. leaving Jacksonville as follows:
Via the Sea Islands.........................10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via Plant Systemt ......................... 3:15 p. m.
Via Seaboard Air Line................... 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
Pamaengers leave Daytona 5:29 am and
31:22 pm, making close connections.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations, tickets, etc.. address
.4 W PYE Agent, 220 West y Street,
A* el Jacksonville, Florida.
Gfeo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla.


Western & Atlantic Railroad.




Crryiiy tfihrijgh Pullmaa V'etihbiled,B ftd S'ee!rs. Jackonuville to St
Loui.. without '-hange. ('h,,iee of Route.
For information relative to rates, schedule. etc.. r for sleeper reservationB, write tAu
C. E. "AIM.AN. U.-n.'l'Ps.t .gent. TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Paw. Agent
Athiit.i. liii. .JirMksonville, Fla.
II. F. SMITHi. Tiii'til Mt illmr, Nashville. Tenn.

Tri-Weekly Sailings
Cailiing at Charleston. S. C.. both ways.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
ilf)ir t Service l['-tween
'mnllinig nit I 'iir..ti r i 0th Wn'.vs.


From Lewis' Wharf, Bosto.
. from foot Catherine street, Jacksmville

(1, BHiury Loinr-)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
STOi'IINi; AT I'.ALITK.. .TASloilt. Si'. l.IANC IS. ERESFokD, (DKLANn)
BL.1 E' Sl'llNt S N iS i llt I lnt.-n'i-lit.- I' l.;t Hi oi n i ST..JOHNS RIVER.
S "i" It City of Jacksonville,
tAII'T. \W. A .St\\.

IS ,'PIOINT TE OS%11. \, mI lA.t.<\,..
Leaves Jackson ii. ( ( n I r.day., Tuesdays and Thur-da s
Leaves Sanford 9:30 a m Mondays. Wednesday and Fridays
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\ .ive 2:1f4) am
l-. ,, N.:00 pul
2:1)0 pm
1:00 pm
12:00 n'n
..... I1:0 am
9:30 amn

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

i I ,II ~:i-E). ~ 11 r- i 1 \- nt F I M. IIONM.IONiER, .J .. F. P. A..
1'. -i > \ ..i 204 West Bay St., .ia-kmonville, Fla
s i H i .I: I., -, ..\ 'C .LOVELL..Asst. Fla. Supt.,
Foot Hm u .ii .u I .1:. k-in\ ill,.. Fioot Hogan St.. .I;.-ksonville.
.INI I. 114I VWARI.).Su .-rint~ni-te nt.
F< mit ii .igin St., .ii'ksmmvilli.
(i r-'inil II: 'nmIi r lGieneral Agents.
Ib'es..-itbrou)iMgh HliuJig, 1) State St., Opposite Blttery Park, New York.

Ssudiby Dr. J. M. hm.

and the East.

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