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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: February 8, 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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Volume ID: VID00422
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S CBARNES

at the NOVELTY STORE
for a yt ing the follow line: via


Boobs

Jewelry
Puma
Fishing Taekle

Kodak*
Bike uBappum
DoUG


Newspapers
Mudal Goods
Fruit
Clodk
Toilet Article
Sporting Goods
Bird Cages an4
Suppliu
Window Shades
Toys


Magazines
Artist's Supplies
Nuto
Watches
Pocket Knives
Games
Glass
School Supplies
Masks
Notions


Lowny's and Wiley's Chocolate always fresh. Sewing machines for sale,
or rent, and repaired. All orta of tools and machinery repaired promptly.
......Picture Frames Made to Order......


HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
Are the only kind we carry. Our prkn anr marked in plain
Sfigures,and 'e have one price for everybody and that the
lowest. We enumerate below a few prinee:
California fancy cured Winchester hams, per pound ..................... li
Wtiebester premium hams, per pound......................................... 14c
Northern premium salt pork, per pound......................................11llc
Arbeekle Cofee ............................................... 12%
Three pound can of choice Pumpkin............................................. 10c
Blck-eyed, and navy Beans, per quart ........................................ 9
F4 ca y Prun es, 3 pounds for.......................................................... 25c
| Eg s, guaranteed strictly fresh ..................................................... 35c
Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds for ..............................$1.00
Pricesm i. iject to change.


J. R. COLE,


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W LWIG HUWnED.
Mr. George H. Ludwig met with a
S reWy painful accident Friday evening of
lat4 wek. She was riding home from
Se bresse on her bicycle and when this
side of the Central bridge two dogs run
in roat of her wheel. throwing her /
theground. Sb. was picked up unco -
seiMom ad taken to her home in a car-
* riage. Dr. Eac was called in to
attend the unfortunate lady. He found
no broken bones, but thinks that the
k-mecap was displaced by the fall.
Mrs. Ludwig is nuflering considerable
paia, sad her injuries may confine her to
her room for several weeks. but it is
hoped by the many friends of the
estimable lady that nothing more serious
will resit trom her injuries.

WSafiliag yacht for charter; also
launch. aqurie of E. A. Lindberg,


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SOME


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


Graham Wafers
Brownie Walers
Fruit Cake
Almond Don Bons
Butter Gemn
Fivr O'clock Teas
Oswega Crackers
Minuette Wafers
Water Biscuit


I Morrell's Breakfact Racon. thie
Anest that money can buy.

We have the largest and finest
liae of c'eeal foods in the city.

We hare the largesp'asortment
high grade canned goods in the
county. The price, of course
are right..


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COIRAO & CO.,


'Phone 61. 1


North Ridgewood Avenue.
Telephone 94.


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Wat You Wst..... Whyl on AW


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OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

M-Have you seen Clark's display of
valentines?
W. K. Bodley, of Wheeling. W. Va., is
a Ihe li espland.
A movement is on foot to build a
Christian Science church in Daytona.
Mrs. L. Thonopoon and daughter,
Miss Lillian, leave today on their trip to
Havana.
E. M. Snow, who was severely injured
by a runaway a few weeks ago, is again
able to be around.
WM"If you want your painting and
paper hanging done it. a workman-like
manner consult Kost & G winner.


Oi'Graham and rye bread at the
Gramling Bakery.
Nelson Taylor, of New York, is regis-
tered at the Hotel Despland.
W Royal Worcester, Thompson glove
ftting and Warner's rust proof corsets
at Hill's.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Bufoyne were at
St. Augustine this week. the guests of the
Ponce de Leon.
0@LThe largest and best selected line


'S"hed ham alwi fresh at the
Graling Bakery.
J. Bratt & Son have Just turned a very
handsome wagon for theSteam Laundry.
W. M. Moore was over to Eustis last
week looking after his orange grove and
other interests.
I@,Call at Mrs. Douglasu, the milliner,
next Tmeday and* Wednesday. and see
the fine line of hats.
Morris Wilder arrived from Cincinnati


Dr. J. M. Jot
list this week.


ones as been on the sick


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W. H. Peters has treated his house to
a new coat of paint.
WiPhoenix Silvestrin palms for sale.
apply to E. N. Waldron.
8. H. Gove was down to flobe Sound
the forepart of the week.
F. W. Morse of Augusta, Ga.. is the
guest of his son, C. W. Morse.
V (' I Lni & Cr A L tha to den fidah


1 JL-. .- r to. Unge &K O., tUe oysoraJa CllU UOU
laces and embroideries at Moore Bros. Wednesday and is at the beautiful family deatere, have a new ad. in this issue.
ever brought to Daytona. home on Silver Beach.
S. Don't forget the Nora S. for a
Mr. and Mrs. Henry chmidt gave a The Angler took a party of Port Or- Rockledge trip. Enquire of Capt. Lind.
party to the guests of the Villa and a ange people to Rockledge Friday of last herg.
few friends Wednesday evening, week, returning Sunday.
The Florida State Convention of the
Mrs. t. N. Green and daughter, Miss Mr.and Mrs. C. H. Brown and Mr. and Christian 'hur'h convened in DeLand,
Jennie L., and nurse, of Birmingham. Mrs. C. A. Kuby are four IBotoniaii Fe'brary 18.
Ala., are guests at Benn'utt House. registered at the Grand Atlantic.
The Mason & Wall Co. will move their
grTWhen collecting souvenirs of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Fear and Mr. and stock into their new building about the
Daytona a selection of Harris' fine views Mrs. J. E. Hillis. tFrankfort. Ind.. are first of next month.
should head the list. Studio. Pec'k Bhlock. among the recent arrivals at tit.- (rranii
SAtlantic .11. II. Norton: of Bristol, Conn.. and
gJ .'elect your valentines ltefore the J. W. aton, of Pittsburg, are late ar-
choice ones are all gone--Geo. H. (lark's County Commissioner Roidgers wa" rivaLi. at the Daytona House.
jewelry store is the lo-st place for novel-. over to ih-Land the first of the week at-
tioe of all kinds,. tending the regular monthly niwtini of m' -WATE--Experiened white table
the board. waitr rsso.s;lahlo chambermaid. Applyat
tOne mile of the road between Daaytona |*es at Sie In 4<;oodall. Fi.t
and Orniond has reBently been marked:! t..Kost & G;winne-r. tihe ipaintetrs lan ,lf at .aside Inn. Goodall. Fla.
Valley street, at Seabreeze. has also Ieen pal-'r hangers. aro artists in their liin,. Miss L. A. Cross and Mrs. E. N. Wald-
marled and repairs-d. and you will make no mii.itak in .on- ron have put a glass front in their store
r E and daughter sltin them, building, south ef the Atlantic block.
Mrs. C'. E. Sarninoil man t uiighter. i /
Miss Effie, of Milwaukee, Wis.. and Miss Landlord Matthews is breankin, all Sheldon Swope, an old winter visitor,
T. E. Meweroil. of Chicago. ar-e ,rnt ar- rtvious records. During the- past focir arrived Tuesday from Terra Haute,Ind.,
rivals at the Bennett Ilouqe. uontlis lie has entertaina'Il 5.10 riui- and, a- usual, is domiciled at the Pal-
F. W. Maley met with an accident last meru not to say anything of th, iumer- ltittt.
ols other guo',sts Ie,, h1s lhadi. uWe I,.arn that W. t. Pt.e.rs lhns pur-
week which resulted in a broken arm. other guethad. We lrn that Ptr ha pur-
lie was riding hisn bivcyle and collided ol illostou Brown Bread and Biake d cha.v.d the lot on Tihird avenue, south of
with a party by the name of Johnson. Leans at the Graniling ilaket-iy o-4dav. his hoenl-,' of William Archer. of Cincin
H. V. Bracey, the second-hand dealer, J. ('athicart, who reli'm.rents Ar-|
has moved his stock to his new building iour & C(o.. traveling up and ,l,-own the Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Hutton and child,
on south Beach street, and is now pre- East Coast. states that there are nmon- of Morristown. N. J., arrived Monday
pared to do business at his new stand. tourists at Daytona than at all the rest and are at the Palmetto. This is their
of the resorts combined. People, are I-1 third winter in Daytona.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shewmake and ginning to learn that no letter or pret- Attention is called to the new ad. of
little daughter, Miss Elizabeth, accom- tier lace than Daytona can le found to Wi. *tiling, the baker, which appears
panied by Mrs. Wm. Donovan, an, at spend the winter, in this issue. Mr. Stiling is prepared to
the Bennett House. The party is from
Atlanta. t"Finet line of home-:madl..r.:in.lies. at furnish on short notice ice cream and
St Ithe (Gramling Bake-ry. i.es of all kinds.


Mr. and Mrs. Leon Despland gave a pro-
gressive euchre party to the guests and
a few friends Tuesday evening. Deli-
tious frefrshments were served. The
party concluded with the Virginia Re-el
and a cake walk.
The colored hell) at the Breakers had a
differne(' of opinion Monday morning I
and proc(eded to cut each other with
razors. It in said that considerable
blood wa.s spilled bo-fore they could he I
operated. The parties were all of their'
female sex.
W"New merokties and suj ,wnders at!
Smith & Son',s, north Beach str-et store.


J. R. (ole's hors made about a four C ,
John Gavhan was before Mayor Lud-
g ondy mornn ad ws aeMa mile run Thursday. The horse was: NO FOOLIN
wig Monday morning and wats .~s~ed^ tndn infrn ofOdun.'sl~utch.cr .shop ; NO FOOLINGj
three dollars for riding on the sidewalk, wtni.ng in "r ut ofodu .u ther i I
l lnn h rnwhen the auto(goslow ame tearing ;,l>

Geo. H. Clark's-the neatest little album
for mounting photos ever in the market.
TheGAsIlcrKE-NEws is on sale atClark's'
and Barnes' news stand every week. It
is also on file in all the leading hotelIs


throughout the state.
James A. Flood. of New York. has
rented the shop on aBeach street. south
of Atlantic Block. ais i plumbing estab-
lishment, and will take possession the
middle of the month..
The Reading Circle' of the Epworth
League of the First M. E. ChurcL will
hold its regular meeting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Snyder, over the Halifax
Journal oBfioe, Monday evening, at 7:30
o'clock. All young people are cordially
invited to attend.
Pontce lPark is acknowledged to be the
finest fishing placein this neighborhood.
The P'eetti House in also acknowledged
to be the best hotel at Ponce Park. For
information and rates address GOMEZ
A. PACETTI, Ponce Park. Flia. ::
The Rev. Dr. Vanhorne, of the Rock
River (Illinois) Conference, will preach
at the First M. E. Churc-h tomorrow
morning at eleven o'clock. Those who
have heard Dr. Vanhorne will he glad to
know of another opportunity to hear
this eminent divine.
I-.Fon RENTT-Furnished flat in hand-
soime residenc- at beautiful Seabreeze, a
few steps from Colonnades hotel. Three
rooms, porcelain bath tub with hot and
cold water, electric lights. 15.) dollars to
May 1st. No small children. Several
furnished cottages still to let. Address
'Chas F. Burgman. Sebreeze, Fla.
Speaking of the ball game played by
the Daytona Kids and Hotel Ormond
bell boys the Ormond correspondent to
the Times-Union and Citisen says: "On
SSaturday a game of baseball between
the Daytona Club and the Ormond was
played on the diamond near the hotel
It was a novel scene. The tall and
stately palmettoes looked l4ke watchful
sentinelsand the beautiful eunshine gae
an added charm. The orchestra was
,stationed on the veranda discoursing
delightful music, and a crowd of people
were in attendance. The score stood:
Ormond 29; Daytona 7. A delicious
lunch was furnished the defeated team,
who departed hoping for better results
next ime."

| lafek fo r ale.


The grand opening of Keating'scasino.
o eim pier and baths will take place next
Ti'-slay. DaIning during the evening.
Muic.i' will Ie furnished by the S. F. H.
S)Orl. ,tira. The public s cordially
invited.
ilev. Father Roach. of Taunton. Mass.,
amid Rev. Father Deady, of Newport,
It. 1.. were at the Palmetto the forepart
,,f the wee-k. The two divines preside
ov'r tt\%o of the finest churches iu the
'e'tion. '1Tvy are now at St. AugustiLe.
E. F. Mansfil, was taking his idredi-P
tihromuih thlie Central draw yesterday
tlourniing. The dredge struck a pile-and
El. lhnied in the water. lie was pulled
;it aindl it is said that lie remained in
leid the' rest of the day while his clothes
wer.' drying.


up .e s ... an "ae ....r i e ... .... r t n rl
and tore loose from the hitching post. .he Con. lgh McLaughlin. ife of
tlh, notOd Brooklyn "''Bos, who is
The wagon was demolished and the v,, e offer is just as iur anmd d,.liiaIms -,iat the Grand Atlantic. i. the
horse is about ruined. as wX sa.v i is W't,. e,,y ,V .r'ipient of a box of choice fruit. the gift
II'A now line of hats ,it SmInith &A Huyler's, Lowneys ,f Ir. l'owers. of% Merritt's Island. The
Son's. ,,ilet ion consists of pineapples., ornge.
('ias. S'ihanutz returned from iohi, Wed- and W ileyvS Candies tiaue'rines ane grap fruit.
neslday. lie was a.cmompanied1, by his in various, ha'.pe' anil ai,| '1 ll 1FRE.:s11 "m"*'* o(f lthe latest guests at the Hotel
mother. Mrs. Mary A. Sc.hantz. andl Mr. i '1 lIE anid IDELl(1) S. W' s.ll .anmii ,.- e-I)eallIn ar'' C. J. Meddis, Louisville.
and Mrus. George Schantz, his uncle andt fn tm 10 centss lr pin.l t,) l on .(i Ky.: Daniel lAes, Philadelphia: Mrs. Winm.
aunt. Geeorgte Schantz is a brother of pound al gua.a;t... t!h,.ir it.y I. Iti-hop. .Ir.. Bridgeport. Conn; Sa-
our esteemedl fellow-townsumian. Adlani pud Na t h.U iRo.>ins and wife. Middleton, Ohio;
Schantz. The visitors are very pleas- Ar1 S NOVelty Store. \l-. Fr.-l..rie.k Wad4worth. ,'hillr.n
antlv lohated at the Bmennett I )I Si.. .,l ew.r i Do:.troit \lic.h


MOORE BROS. *

will have an interesting

new ad. in this space

next week. i *


a .eaaeememmeeeeeeeoeeeO~O@@O@@O~@O~@OOO@ 0


It is a Fact


That wo have the finest amortment of
groceries in the city. Prices are right.


D. F. MORRISON


Longe*9101QStand.


ill
'Pon 19


S-. .1,1. w i.i m .. .
g i,,.Ladies' sail,)rs anl ,alkiikh t-. it ~Ii'at that in ldain.t iy.,l..i i.,.:- ,il n ,T oun ty commissionerss fare daily COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.
Hill's.111 nutrit ion- l l t tie ( h,'rin lin i.,_.' v,, t.n, thei W age to te l e usd for cv' county
Throe of thlie Holiness -peoplei ar in I Mrs. T. II. Baakewell and t% M,:, : al.l r,-i.,ners while doing work. As soon asI TIe Volusisia County School Boatd held
trouble. Chas. II.and .John Bishopl. tIwo Miss i,.4d. ,of P'iltslitsh r.A lr :11' l. I'.l iV l aivs thei iprisone'rs will l. put to 'it regular monthly meeting MMonday.
brothers, were arrested Monday one itn- ieetto. '..-,k *,im tie Dlaytona-DeL-.li.l road ; with all members present.
formation sworn to by (atiie Wardeii ; T!,,,e a .i''- wighs 5210 poumns, amidel re ('ntmissiotner Chandler reported that
fr' 1 \. artihl. ,f K ,i N II.. I-
Kurtz,. charging them with thI illegal t i'irt wti..,n tf ir to, -ix h.ors to haul it. p1..r instructions lie lhad shipped sev-
collecting of oysters. .J. S. Gray wiaas s, ,,, l. i fil of the ilesks to the Coronaudoschool,
HoTse. 1" m. i111i i v l .nlilt- dlnt e l-liolln
later arrested for interferritng witli h. i. iTtish-mmi'h[ a- lneskA s would probably
Deputy Sheriff Rodgers ill thite* i.'inh rv' nies Il ''t I r''. i-ii '. I IIw'r, lf l. il filea. ii4 e he hal.i not moir vedl
1 1a1 ,i'li-t 1 ht. wa a 'very teessful
of Its lawful duties. Each of tlhe ihre ih i r''t.ll ;ii l t ia t'I. i i t.: 1 Ii I ,.' the l oi nes il \\w a. t Like. AshIlvby school.
i ih,-Evs'- ".y 'in'arI.- ysh I
were' released on bonds of 10 to iap. llou'e. a, al nd ai i I d1e. a m Thie su.-triint iirih-t 'slorted that lie
r r, i h ., l ie i ,, i i ,:in, ,,I<- i|ntime anelalgalin. Mr. ilruker aiiIl ,, h l' T. i
pear before th Big Jtigr at a elam li Bra in bi-e;i. thi iiiat i ,t a .l i li. tld i,.. \'lia took part in tihe pro lra;im a~ l-a t ti, n of ti I' out T -, b ru a
ne-xt w'ek. I-r and nerve builder. frh .v ,iay ', l .- contratnilteilid n the ,,i .s Aociati msin t DIaind for 'bruarY
lW Vi' tor Oxfords. Ieght anitl heavy at the eGranilingl eakery. ,f at,,. ,.en m.rt.aini.nt 1 I. 12th.1 ail l t lth, anm had had muiployed
S. m at i li trtainirn s. .\nit i'is alaN Mrs. Calhoun. )of Stet-
soles. just tlie slit e -s feer r 'onm fort. ait M issEizaii -t. i h M ('Curri'-'r. (I 11%-,. m, ii th. I .. a t rthe' 4. ,d:aili al l It i v-a a t it ake chati-ge. of the
lill's. Maine, is ;It thIs '-alniet,, T lhi. i- hier Il.I-,.y inst .tu e w..rk.
One evening lately twelve' well kni)ewn thirst visit to Daytonamv. I' l niii -,i iier Knipp reported that as
gentlemen wen' gat he,-redt toeothe r dis- vyE'atstimaii's W. I i,] a 1. rin' '"1.1. Ti' I M. arprephritniz ps.r inri);tlioln h had supplied -th Coro-
cussing current topic.s. Almolng thelli lnpi in waled hane t !,. ,-- .... T Tl i th r-,pr,.-ntatis (if th**l ,a dol with stove and fxtiires.
were a lawyer, a doctor, two business -,)Si* site lilh bridge. -. ,t ( 'oln ila f Florida next we.- Per .lit .m t,,i mirl Seabreeze' reolueting
nieu, a minister and an editor. Aniong :. t Chif 't ,rds Wilson lsrk' that W. F Whiitt-fn and J. R. Trmbo.ver
the subjects u lder discussion. thle dis- MIr. and lMr ....W.I .viL,.,ad. t G,,. .,, i.-1i,,,lll e a,, t I .iv.ho ofI tIl -, he t ap iVT. 1 hi trusten l tofill unexpired
pensary plan of roegulatiig tite liquor toim. Ohio. e w f h ,, ,., ,' I aitel Stats. will give a long t,,l a tli ite :illI:- E. E. iDayton alnd A.S. Har-
traffic was given a tthoroughi hearing- arrivals at the, ..l t1el'ra: .;oL lileet lhe tenth sop I i ti! r in. wi -al., and upon motion the
I tM,, 1,,i, at thie e-ighth run (F,'e 10th. r ,u
and with one exception everyone present Skilled work. TIhi- .vi in i:....I -ir.. n t te ithtt rtn (I. S,. o1i as re rested made.
expressed himself in favor of t,,e dlispen of getting if you e ktak. y.);r wIa-.-. r,,d 'I I. I.) to whi,-hthe public are -re rially.y I.. Ciast ,'t wa.. appointed sup.
party. Three of tliose present I iel vi-ited Wra'iy's ijwel,-i .l1-Sic St-re iinvi-. terviwr ,f the' ('Coronalow school upon
South Carolina. s-en thi d'i.wnsary in The retimIr;ir weekly .rd party \- Nw spring dres- gt.od- jiti.t re- petition mit' liatr'O.;ni
operation, and told of whvi t theiy '\saw. giv.e it,, Ii. .iet i T l' i y 'v..i- I av t Moore' Bro.s. Letter ita'liie lit i ltronT of the- Lake
The ouly tne who did not faveUor th'l dis- l :-l! i t .r ,, .A Th r r m-atilihby .l i,il estiig that the s. iool
"pe['nsairyv,. was the law'-r ati he' alal retn, an '' i '.. The ''rr,,,iamr <-(,tnanmmiirtatiu of nlil ax
pensary was the lawy r. and hc l l not affair .. N F. & A. M.. orre t co \as rel and the reest
express himself ais opposed t,) it. Sin,'e
tbesubject hias lb.-n Ha.iti.ted. the adis- MrNit r Mt-. I *.1- '. i r-ly m.v nin umn Houltine b simi T hii au l lr, itPn, h.t
pensary has gained ma fri-nel.. nnd C I .. i it '-. flile' C..*'.. N. I ,,.- .t. '.i "nie'mbN.rs and conferring ,-. reI-t' d t ia, v- to tlegraint-
Rounder will not ie surprised if i pioives .,iidt V illa. 'vwh-re 1h. p t ..- .. 'utl the tnite of the brethern. t it at le.nwood d-led to the
"the issue" in the next Floridla .am- imain for -,sm .tirnt, ,. .n: t o,-.urred while the workmen 001t fvf hool purposes.
paign.--Rounder"in DeLand Nw... Ti offi.. of onn II.. ot down on th program. ,i. Stevens was oppoine purposes.
T be fi... se tht 'a a 1 ,a ntl -. -' I;,r:.m-l \is. er.James (arniell called upon Ii Stevens was oi,,ine,
_--t- f beaucifiuliy d.a-c"ratdit l ', a n r v. .r. Hawk to stop forward an d in toel.r alt the Seville colored school.
MILLINERY nOPENN -h of MILLIN ULENIU. I'rdRd t' cr .". u. ni -ith -n elegant K. T .I t ship ten desks from the Highland
-- .. hn elegant K. T. I ark -.hool to the Serillecoloi'd school.
tah.d- aradmtatn. as; a slight token of
Mrs. J. A. Douglass will have hr I're-d-t .Lhn 1 ,nd e.hain. as a slight token of The usual number of ancounts were
pringonenhnext Tu.davy and Wed-- !orbton F.. .t.:. m-r.. nd, ad e.tm which Halifax a edited andwarrantsdrawn inpayment
new Fela tmamr 11th nal f Jth. Shguests o ftheGras'Ud Atlata; ',jnzti.,r L'c i a- h iu.l for thb.' revo.'r-nd brother. a u no w i paymemut
needar,f onFelrlaryi thiawl t 12th.; Wan.f guests ti r th-f. same,after whi,'h the board ad-
ha alln except onmally im. Ilm., of hats of. s.tay Bth- city lt ,'.k.- Bd ,tu. HIawk took th jewel anatdown rn -lland Supplm nt
S... .....:.. ... -- over m ie for a ft-w moments. but shortly d nd Supp t.


MILLINERY OPENING.

Mrs. E. B.11oor d,."irn to aunouin.-
that her first millinery opening will
occur Monday and Tnesday. February
tenth anod eleventh. Ar this opening she
will have on exhibition ready-to-wear
hats. Spring beauty and the richness of
materials employed on the new hats
makes most delightful onimbinations.
The Isst and latest ntlesa, ir-. ther..
They have all the tharni that :art 'a.in
give them.
She will also have on exhibition the.
finest and most IeNautiful di-splay of
flowers ever brought to Daytona.
Flowers of the ftullest and finest expnrs-
rion are there, and you are' urgid to ':ill
and inspect the handsome display.
About the 20th of this month Mrs.
Moore will have her ticomnl millinery
opening of the season. with a display of
beautiful pattern haott from Ne.w York
aud lialtimore.



Bad Coughs

S I had a bad cough for six
weeks and could find no relief
until I tried Ayer's Cherry Pecto-
ral. Only one-fourth of the bottle
cured me."
L. Hawn, Newingtcn, Ont.

Neglected colds always
lead to something serious.
They run into chronic
bronchitis, pneumonia,
asthma, or consumption.
Don't wait, but take
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
stars soon as your cough
begins. A few doses will
ctre you then.


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I W1 M*EIWS. THE SURINAMDRAGON. PORT OURANE NEWS. G.P.Ba h 4
Pubs naw daWW DPoRT ORao., Feb. 7.--Capt. Manot (h 1 )
P a~l~ leB lll.i When HunIry, It Will Devour Any, rode down from theClarendon and called POWi OGAS FITTING,
Animal Within Its Reach. on old friends this week. STEAM and HOT WATER
Z gDW. FITIGERALD, PuCmm. In "Stedma.'s Expedition to Su- The ladies of the Literary Society gave" rse 3s m DILnU .
riaim" the following wonderful ac- a delightful reception last week. Phe2no ST 11
SLUgau -iON BRAT21B: count of the aboma or dragon is
$1- .0 per Arme, dtriley in Advase. giavn: "This remarkable creature is Saturday evening we had the pleasure
OgleSCopy Fteont. caied aboma in the colony of Suri- of seeing Mins Maud Madison dance ev. OCEAN HOUSE,
+ .-- nam. Its length when full grown is eral of her most pleasing dances. F. W. SAMS, Prr
ADVESTING RATE often more than forty feet, its body
oe lt en. being four feet and over in circum- Mr. and Mrs. G. Weaver, old citizens Rates: $2 and Upward; Special to
amims 10c Wr s Ilrto, ference. Its color is a greenish of Daytona. drove down this week and regular Boarder.
black on the back, a fine yellow on ter o d ro ve down our way. wMr. and Mrs.r mA.
-.' m nnIctious on live topics of the sides and a dirty white on the Bert Fotralso drove down our way., O .
Ihmnal salt solid. Anything per- belly, the back and sides being spot- Several car loads of lumber for Mr.
4aiaaopl mle s grievemlln s ior quarrels ted with irregular black rings, with Lufherry's palmetto factory have arrived Tho1l pSOnl, 5. Tailo.
will not be published except over the a pure white spot in the center of and are being .transferred across the
S writer's signature, and at our regular each. Its head is broad and flat, river to Mr. Iufbury's place on the pe- High Grade Tailoring a Specialty.
advertising rates. small in proportion to its body, with niniula. Huits made to order for $18 and
a large mouth and teeth set in dou-
tered at the Potoce at ble rows. It has two bright, prom- Mr. andl Mnr. Stewart Worthy arrived up; Pants for $4 and upwards.
entered at the Poetolce at Daytona, inent eyes, is covered all over with this w.-,,k and an. guests of the hotel. ca-telI ts R.eraa at R M Rates
orida, asSeond ClaMatter. scales about the size of shilling Lastuesy nightwe had our regu Cottage Ae., rear of City Hotl.
and has two sharp clawa under tihe lar card party. Mrs. M. A. Briggs being
Saturday, Feb. 8, .goa. wlly near the tail which it uies inourhot it was joll rty. AY FLomDA.
s seizing its prey.
"It is an aniphibioi. aanilmal- Mr. and Mrs. Jai. H. DuBois arrived WANTED-SEVERAL P MOxs OF CHAR-
WERE NEVT. that is. it delights in low, marshy from New York City, Wednesday off this acter and good reputation in each state
places. where it lies concealed un- week, and are staying with his brother. (one in this county required) to repre-
-The two young men arrested ,y Sher- der fallen timber, ready to seize its Doctor DuBois. sent and advertise old established
t i Perry some weeks ago at thore astia- prey, which from its imnne bulk wealthy business house of solid financial
tall ry oftwo bie will it is not active enough to pursue. standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
Sb e t d o ir to the ftherin of Vinsa When hungry, it will de tour anyi expenses additional, all payable in asli
comity. Seuh instructions were issued animal that comes within its reach each Wednesday direct from head offices.
as therect ommiandat ionoerfyelterd and is indifferent of it Ile a sloth, a Horse and carriage furnished when wv'-
It will be -ebered the prisoners wild boar, a stag or a tigor. After I esary. efereww. Enclose self-ad-
whenarnreted, had in their psmession twisting itself about the body of a dreped-stamwpd ewaelope. Manager.
eomeealed weapon and were tried, con.- buffalo, a stag or a tiger, by help of 3 :1 6 Canxton Building, Chicago.
vieted mad sentenced for that offense in its claws it break+ every bone in the
5ude Maekey's Court. The men were claws it break ever bone in the
i ehM tenced to three month's impri poor victim's ,ondy. I have been O A K S
mna t but were a dead expense to the; told of negroes being deic oured by M e A I 0
'inty as they could not be worked on this snake and amin not disposed to
se roads owing to the fact that Volunia from Bautifully ted on idiewood A ...
eoeanty has a claim on them. Sheriff discredit the story. It bites fromBatifullyltted on Ridg d A
ftrr recognized the fact that they no other impulse but that f hun aytona, Florida.
ldcost thecounty about h5100 if ger and i. not venomous." You can ool a the people some NOW EN TO IES
bptsintil the expiration of the sentenceI_ "You can tool all the people someN
d as d they will be farther punkiled if of the time, and 5,pe of the
vietd in Volia county he ur How Some Seeds Travel. p people all the ti; but you w hour. heatd'thrughout y hot
that they be turned over to that The nst curio.- provision pos- can't fool all the people all the air. new furnishings. verythiing
eoaty."--St. Augustine Record. Pessedf by seeds for self dis'emina- time." to 'nake nstsondi'rtalh-.
These are the two young nmn who tion is tle hygroscopic awn. In the R l tttes Rt.as nailIe.
purloined two bicycles belonging to Go.' wild oat (Avena fatua), for exam- WE DON'T want you fooled!
Watson and the editor. They will prob- pie, there is attached to the glumi- any of the time. o r Po
ably receivethe attention of JudgeStew- la (a small, leafy structure connect-
art ext week ed with the seed) a spiral awn Low priced aint will lwhas fool 3u.
(red with humorous line hair., and It may loIMk tWL-1 when first put
this d wihas the hum orous of ex hairand- on but will riot la.,. It coss as e Palm s
,- am has the power of expmuch to put on a por paint a.

CO T COMMISSIONERS when moit and of ontractd it does a good une. This popular liomi.-l.ik boaidi,-
Thus the attached seed is con- THEautiully te
B ard met pursuant to adjournment Monday stantly on tie move with the eah Street facing ti Hualifax
est. T. L. R e.chairmn, R. n. changes in the weather. the hairs SHERWIN-WILLUAMS i,. rooms aiv lrw an,!
TT. L. R^dgen. Chairman. R. D.Itiver. The. rooms .art r.,- gand
Bileekte. F. E. Bond. W. McBride and s. D. clinging to any object met with un- p tn.. ar xcllnt. ,
Jeso etlerk. til germination or destruction puts P T'aleboardextllit.
Os motion the minutes of the last meeting; an end to its motion. are made to fool no one. They hoIii is hut three blocks froi t hi.
w rr ansd approved.
wre following reports were then submitted The seed of barley, too,. is provid- are honest Plaits for honest i.co
Ioswet pNo. -Prigrehs.i ed with a similar awn, which is fur- pie. Th.y cover mst. look best, i postoffi. and volnve.lient to ali
Di, triet No. 2-Completion of pinebtrawiug nished with minute teeth that point wear lonc-c:, ;ari i st econotnmi t]a. ut tn. in ii,
DeLaad and DeLeon springs road. toward its apex. The seed when ly- cal, and /a fi.ieisur. tfr.o t.bl> fh. ; a DI4rict No. 3-Work doae to the r mount of ing on the ground naturally expands SOLD the
sNo. 4-Oe mile of hell played on with the moisture of the nitht and .M.<'(LI-.M, PrIo.ri..t.or
layteMasad Oruond road; repairs of &hell contracts with the drvne s of the+- ---- __
smiemoValley street and new bridge over dav; but, as the teeth p reent its E BA E- v FU RM MS N
c inal- moving toward the point of the awn, NEW BAKERY rU l1 NG
00 mDti on the report of the committee ip- beR I HG
OnmSSlem .the repor ofteommittee ';all motion must be in the direction fllvini,, pr,.hns,.d Mr. l,iull.a '.! ii
pa s ed as mark and view road from Emporia Oio n
Sth Volusia Bar. was received and onered of the base of the seed, which will test i the lbakerv I'u-.in.-ss. I have
ad. v thus travel many feet from the par- removed t, toh... W e can furnish you
OsmetosIthe following assistant a sesiornl, ent stalk. Harroun Building
nesor Wiaon.to-ilt: For pire- The Trouble With the Pepper. inl the rer of e O ier ie. erythingncessary to
iSoU. 1. 2mud 17, A. P. Osteeu. for lore-,will Cailtitilla'the inanufan'tuire(of Bread,
eiaNos. 4 14 and 16, Kerchoff: opr iP. T. Barnum, being a pronounc- l'Pi. 4'akesi and all kind of l Pkr's p t
loetR's. 5, 6. and 19. T. F. brudy:: for pr-ed joker, turned also his witty fac- gooldsl, andi .ill furnish Fany ('akes.iyo r rooms
nit Jo'.. 7, 6.,9 ad 12, John Wiliam; for r ulty to use. Vhen lie told the Ad- .iearon, Kisses. .t,. to order. ""ril.r I sIfor
ili :::>r-t V P:1gre at Itta.nd.U H Rl b;ee'alee ttk; .n hr P laina readiness ffor tourists. '
piuchett No's. 10. i and 3, L B. Robel. irondack landlord with great solem- anl ,,t. ftt ul,;in ,rik f.,,vle if d.irl.
o morion tn pension claims of J. L. Ben- nitv that he hesitated to find fault I Thanking ill nvy former patron for
on m.on t n. bond tow diy pp'ow ws with anything about the hotel when their trade in the past iole to nmerit a a and gt OUr
eps e? a^nlerinttutted toisuelicensei so much was agreeable llewas urged sailatitauian' i, t lit' h lnt.';i(ll aid N*tile.;1^ O an vth ing
o0 molon the communication from the by the landlord by all means to be W mn Stiling P on anyt i n
ageesryuf th.e Good Roads Asociataon a frank and do so. "'Well," said Bar- the l .... f har dware
On maeo the petition of the citizensofLake um, it is only onething. I have .....
Starrdto bridne at caMde., ca-ip discovered with regret tihat your l ,-. .c YEARS' ru re e .
-as tferredm to commisoner Brooke for ac- pepper is half p,.n." Thh landlord EXPERIENCE lAlu
Os motion Commisaoner Bond is here.by in- a tarnu k w p.,-
sraed to proeur~ estimates on a building at inp aSSe l that Burnumn .ew pe '"
r Fatrm forthe colored iunmatea. said build per as well as ginger lIe wrote a A
lag to be 12x36 feet. with 9 foot wall and caustic letter to his gr.'o ers about
ipeub.ad he hl given authority to hve.buUild-, sending him such stuff. Thev, know-
mo s it hereby ordered t.st the ing doubtless who the real comrn- I-' I H NiVer & SOin
sadfe thtrack oftheJ. T.T & K. W R-ail plainant was, wTote hack that i lie: Co r Ac.
way tlae prings, along the line -f Blue would spell "pepper" ihe would f nd ^ ..ig'S.fi t *S5l^ .. .
prid venne, andthe same is hcrblyv ,lis- half of it conmpoed of p's and that I5nventi" fS.monm.WieonS. 1 ItNITI'ltil. ll.AI '.\tALHl .t1
ou stnr. of te that which thev sold had only the "tare n Soe nort. I 'NIn C.t1 KINN.
aOn tiod to e report of thefrom mitee a- mount the orthogaphy required. *saten**ts..whthmbal ebatin mte 1lt
eakt to the Atntic Ocean was received mih Sdt lIk JIltl iUI.
Sad. emmittee discharged and opera of said Saving a Sparrow. A ubasoemely ill etrtad weekl. larsest dr


mil ordered advertised according to lwv Au authentic incident 1i the c;i- iof.an .tuLourna. Term.ia I
reer _.,,., .u n a0 w e .
asokomthCreek where it. Bul :tr,:. reer of General ohorl 1:. Lee is M CO.11 nW Yt C. A. BIRCHW OOD,
crnemsioveramald mith Crek on s brli.C'.. told as an evicdnce of ilia sweetness Braon~ e..i m ..wt.aston.o. .
feetMong. thence east along the mail ,iiiu" of disposition and natural kin'lli- ., a n
Ceek as far as the first bend ,f thi. r.-tk II ness. One day he was in -pecting hit i 1I T\N\
iowhe tCre thencealreb ti. lnor-h i.' the batteries over the lines below a-. ohern and w*rn
l04t o M aONd sals dug by the Florida E y--Northern and Western
cestUleeuaitCo.. in ii,. crosinag th. c the city of Richmond, and the sol-
mat o a bridge aG fttt long, this point ftr .r-.- diers had gathered in a grronp to lI'l.ainl. Flhaih. M AT
Il thecanal being .0 feet north of t.iv jut-. welcome bi-. This action drew WVill practii. in Siat .ind F..lderal 'ourts M EA
uop thothe canaland Bulow Creek; the. upon them the lire of th!. 'Union
northof est along a roan d tonistruct-d Ii. I> uns. P 1 t
Rgers and other- to the Atlalnitia a, *Poultra. Etc.
istaneeolabout 1,800 feet. It being undet- The general faced about and ad- Dt.
teoodittMid road is to be inoexle-ti,' tI oihe vised the men to go under shelter, IR '
c- nty fora period of rve years, but he did not do this himself. First Class Work (',ia'.:,' i..a tel ,ll .h "r.at t. "
Of tatten the criminal cobt bill. were t-x -
ni.mlledn rppnovedito theamotut b f $1 1.. I Walking on, although in apparent
Onmotionthe bond of J. R Wethercl. .us danger, he picked up and replaced 'C1LL ()N Til
sperviomorftregattratiou,w&sapprortvl. an unfledged sparrow which had n Foid
on molion F. E.Bona. T. j. Murray oi T. fallen from its nest near by Daytona Steam *. "o
L. RAgers were appointed a committee t, o) _Sa
fer with the odcials of the toil bladgv over u T TT TT r
s Halfax *andmuborogh rivers oirh ; Chinese Quacks. LAUNDRY < JOS. OSBOKRNE,
01e Esfax and Hilibor-augh river with thO[,.de j OSBORNE,
view tof gaig a uniform ro uf to,,i Chinese quack doctors in the ti-
adepted by sad company a. cinity of foreign hospitals in the far ,
e board then ured tos o'l i m.a interior hang out foreign fla-s in- 'Phone. Santary Plumg
E tr,,oryV.. A. D. M0";. a y i &
Bar ened ,clock am.Fbruar, scribed, "Cure according to the for- Sanit
411h.AA.lD.ta lmeanberspreseut. eign devil's plan." This i ver flat Gasfttin-
UoamatlonkeutLUodgiii-isa.-ureiii awar!edl tering to the European medical pro- Gasfitting.
e a.1Mtto Asr. tr a -. ,.. .t ,r r..Ai j.,. fession, and the Chinese qu;:ek -. li:ke o
S ^o. ^ .^. a.,- ..port. f ,.,, quacks of other nationalities :*,r,, d i ",""*':. ;lr', il,.: \\.,t' r 10,,, r ," .
Us" mutJooa tisea.auaai report Of :h2 oI quacks of other nationalist :,r,
mauditor a, .sa.suv, i i,,i .iapr.ove.d. apparently allowed to sail i'nh.cr -tE.-r'- .-,. i < .,ar.,t .
The.,oaeiit) areasavr's r.p ,rt i, thie ti:...th false colors with impunity. 5T "
Of Jau.a y a exlamBed aaud aI.prdva,-, a... ,. It is not so. however, wit t! ,' i i-
|, a.a at, orfAte dietrovea. tive butcher. For hanlgin ot;- g fu ir .: ; o.Itf a
eSe.l kevenurueu- eign merchant's sign at Nanknii a Daytona. Fla.
ainsse from last re- Chiner bhatcher ha been arrested I
* ort............... ...s :... i and beaten with 500 strokes "for
Reeeiprf for miu ..u ..t.. .... 447 2 the information of the public." .....


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'Forll supply of all kinds of electrical
applances ad supplies always o ed.

Special Attemtion to Marig Work.


SeedneleBufong, -' pus. F


Daytona Ice Co.
WM. WiCKiNo, Manager.


PURE ICE

Made' from l)istilled- Water.





Magnolia Avenue and Railroad


J. A. ERICKSON

h asa hlig lbot o Hu1rnis-. I ollar',
l.'tthl"i Sttt':tl iate l latl l' .s. .l .ist
n'. ,'i\ ,l laiareis.s .Onit.d l iilwvircl<.a.
9..-,\ ',\vhin^ .Mhtlihii-s ftor i ,i i' l. I ia fu. lii.. fc il i V ii hilh
nv, kild f :i -ongwieg n1i0'chired.


Your Patronage soliclted.


N. ERICKSON,
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

'i ',a 'i'l] \'iIilat \ .iS--r i us, l'i-tillt'
louilllT '. in all. l t or-l'.r'. A.ll kinids of
Sl"- ri'ii t in ; I t|;)ailriif g aln I 'oili i't VioAtit.'
11 ra.Si' alialt iie, lre .,.


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o5he Northern

MEAT MARKET

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J. L. Odum, Proprietor.
T'h,'i fkl.-t Ma l1.1t S' 4lith iof .I:e-k-.inville.
.A !." ]l -ta,, k n' .;il; kinhl. e a! I fI ii Fl:IoIilida
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S. H. GOVE,
Architect, Builder
and Contractor. 0
I i .l d a;l ttnic llrl i' I ; .- all' ai
'Phone 80. DAYTONA, FLA

EUPROPEAN HOUSE.
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.s %rLWQwm5bh* qnyswd... 3S 23S"InIM ......... .
a a ".AGO& ......... ......

-'Hunlisg Creek" Rye ......... .......... -lot u............
2 year old ......... o ..............

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RACKET STORE


aIdies' shoes, sizes 3 to 4, regular price $2.50. now only.............$I.1S
Misses' shoes. siMes 13 to 2, regular price 11.20, now -
Children's Oxfods, 5 to 8, regular prire 50 cents, now _g
Boy's, 3 to 4, regular priee'$1.00.pnow .g
Men's Patent Leather, Matin ealf, regular $3.50 stock, now.........I.7g

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


GEORGE W RAY.



UPHOL8TERER AND
H e V. A V I MANUFACTURER or IIIGIH GRADB
,s Moss and Fiber Mattremen
alr in cond nd Frnituran nit nd Stovrp.
Your Old Furniture Made as Good an New.
Second Avenne. opplisit Sclhniidt's Villa. Phone 9 DAYTOxA, FLOuama.



HALIFAX WAGON WORKS


"THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
iS PARADISE REGAINED."


FLORIDBA EAST COAST RAILWAY.


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 15, MR


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9 30p 001 p 1 a u1115 a ...... St. Augustine...... S6p llop Is p 65ea
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.4 110 0p| lOp 9 4a 11 42a ....... EastPalatka....... 4 !1p 5 25p 103p 0a6 w
S. .. ...........l.. U 1 p .......... Neo ............ 5 3i .. .........
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21H36;ip13plOMa I p ......... Dfytona ......... 33:p p f I3p 4 IS& p
.e.. .. ...... 2C p I ...... Port Orange...... 3 ...... .... ......
C 0ieal i 47p 11 l9a p .......New Smyrna .... 3.0l l tp 33p 41 o
S ..p .........Oak H ill .... 311 .. ........
S12 a 16 0a03p12 07p 2 p ........Tittsville ...... s1 p stfop aI >.
... 3 tp ...........CCocoa .......... s: .. ... -
14 ai560 p 1250p I383p ........ Rockledge.......... 0p 3iSp l p S u d
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....... ..... 30p ........... Eden........... its io a ..... ...
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S....... 5 .........Stuart.. ....... S....... ............
...... ...... 7 7p ...... Hope Sound....... 9 .....................
o ...... 7 30p ....... West Jupiter ...... On & ........ ..........
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ril -,a ,2 1p Ip I Hotel Royal Potnelana. 25a 1016a p O
1130a Ian 10 6p 010 Yp Ar L......The Breakemi ...... a 5Seal 8 00 0p 4lp
Condensed Schedule Be p 30 Hotel Royalen J Packana. 8 l a 10nd St. Augu
4a r450 0P ..Wer lm A r 8 a 10 II
1007a ....... ...... .-I I W ......... Boynton ...... Lv 7 85 a ....... ....... ....... a mp
10 OMa '10 C3| .....FortLauderdale..... Ma ............ p 4
11 a 10 Lp ....... Lemon City .......t 58 a ....... ....... .... tp
11 44a 8 1<> nil 10 1) 0 6 10 10 50p Ar ...... Miami ....L...L 5 .'ya 8gao &itea g j0p 40 p
Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St Augustie.
JACKSONVnLLU TO 9T. Auvuaiimjm.


Lv. Jacksonvtile.......
Ar. St. Airuwutino .


'No.21,'NO.27!'Ue.35 'NeO.29 tNo.liLUONe.3 SA 'N.3No
7.5~I s1 0 0 8 30 P. 40p~~p0 p 61 uo~
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ST. AUOUSTTIN TO JAOKSONVILXR.


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Ar. .laekL-.aaatit-. 7',()a 9 (111 ( aa 1-71a,110 12 l a sUIf, ~a: 24'7 @001,; 70p- 7 30p. 8p
SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
JACKSONVILLE TO XAYPORT. PALATKA TO EAST PALATKA.
8TAT10% i. $Ne.B'No.17 No.10 No.21 STATION-.'. '3.47, 'No.40 'Nat.6'No.53 'MOST7
Lv.Jaa'-ks'anilie..8to) a 6 15p il)Ita 2 00 p ],v- Palatka vlosiiaiN a215U'46Iia06CiP
S. Jaksaan%.I i. 8l3Sa; 6 231) lP)18S12 03p Ar.E. P~ltkal O9aS6i&M85a! 2 33 p456 p 6235
Va',tit wBeac h 9 10 a' 6 55i'a1 14) FA I2 p
At Ian tivBeach :9 15a 7 C0p1 r-:)a a 2 13p EAST PALATKA TO PALATKA.
Ar. %tavypart 9 Sol it7 151 1 11)i01 3 03 .11"_


XAYPORT TO JACKSONVILLE. STATIONS o.46 'e.4 'o.50 -.52'N.54
0 Lv.FE.P'l'tka 84-ia: : 4. I a 3 t7p 33P
ST.ATi.t.N. "'Mo.6 "o0.18 NX.20 Ar. l'alatka I 'f a PI to6 a = C0 p 307p 6 95p
Lv. laynrt A sis a t Is p l ;11.,a BAN MATEO BRANCH.
AtAn t ic Bacah.. i4 aW 500p I Ia V
I'loi'al Hf- d5ia 50h .. a 1 11 ll ait *N.57'*NM.45 STATION'q. U 5 S
537p122 2 2p pi l! .' e.40.-...ss
8..la.1k nvtlle. 7 .a 5 a' 37pll p
Ar. Jack-onvilli-... 7 I a, 54 12 30 p' 68 7 V, a I.v 1'ailatka .Ar s.K a 7 3p
SANFORD BRANCH. ~ 6 5 8W 8 a Ar ian Mateo Lv '1 a ?3p
ORANGE CITY BRANCH.
"N0.11 8TAT;,,.9. '-40.l2
** "o.3 "N9.I ,ST to:,-Ns. ".2
7 a Lv.......... le.......... Ar --- *
71 in .......... ... Minis.............. 1 f7, 3 :;. iN L-N' :.rrna..Ar 1 p 3lSp
3 a .......... .. O0 teen ............ 11 5A s t 43 1.1 21 2 I.Lak, HP;en .... 13 S s p I
a .c a a .. ... .. Enterprtise............ 11 8.:. 4 ,;. 1 tla Iranv#City....'13 45 p
3 0aAr ..... ... awifrd ...... ....Lv II t 11- '-a Ar u r Je..i Lvl3 p0 Op
Daily. Palily except Sunday. :P.>Il: efxcp if..n'lay. iSunday olay.
Trainrsdonot-stopat ita m ; p,.it h.' n, t:tne FI shown.
Ticr-- ,:ir i q si s'how t times at whllch atr-i n av 1. expected to arriveanddepart
from t;., v *. -7 *,i'-i-nL. "n.t teip:r arrival .r f. partr.-ai 'lthe times stated 1s not uaranta-.d.
nor dre- irt t.i.i;.pny hold s:t sif reeposii',e for any delay or any eonsaquenees artlzng
therefrom.
Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connection, at Miami.
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7, X ~ t~p '.i-.,t ~i: ita '.1, MIAXI-e NgA8AUarg 186.


DIlsbr-e i .ets .. >7.-.- Amon th.' rc..eut rrival- F t, Parl. i* n /
BalaMee Fib 1. 2 .. 5.''y, H-.use are- R. I ive.h and wife. Mr-. L. Mfilt,,n. ..
Red id tBritde Fund- .11 ('itv. Pa : ". P Ilaa'le and wife. Perry
alane irm lastI re- R. Hanee. MIts Lilliatn Hance. A. S. Morganti wi..mW/ /
PO.rt.... ............. .. 780 and wite. Urtana. Ohio: R. V. Highlands and POSTED ON BP.RLi
Reeeip 9for month ......... 6.46 wife. Mercer. a : A. N. Denhvn am ad ,i. e. andeverything else made of flour. Know
New York: J. H. Hargran and wife. in-in how to make oo h -xlnt
iMl .......... *.,ati how to make good bread--excellent
--isbar m ,u,..... ., .. .. ---- R446.3
l. e -- eh 1 Id.W .... L. IS. M.. .....n........:.. 1. ** .1.. \\.V.;a I SfBREAD.


D Y Smo e ". I commeneng Jamnury e,V.
I Do You SmoKe? ,a., .ma. s.Thurs............1..1 0 P LT.:i: u Weds., Sat................. 1000S
".-l. t ilt V1alt It IN r". ( i. Ar. Nasau. Tu-... iy'r ......... .......: 8 0)p AP r. liami, Thurs.. avms .................. ... 0
SW.1. ti.n y i '. ..,' .- -,np~. Commeneing FebruaryX, 190a.
| j i~..ar-. Y.; w ;*inal t: ; L.. Mtarl.Mon',..........1 ,roop| LTv.NaBTues., Thurs..TSatoe........... Op
;cr u 1....:i n I .. .... 0aIAr-.Miami, Weds., Fri., Urua ....... ... 00
St- \ i.T -->! i I'. ,a:-'.' oF f(A.tr- IAMI-RAVANA DIUROT 1L.M .
..>rg'>-t no-.-'tiieni t at t.., ... .l u .l ;ii,;i(t;A',c i, l.th Stte- Oommeaeing January 1.2190.
S(nt' 2. iii thi:. untv i~.tiui*.,I) to i'l --. L 3ilami. Suns., Werts........... ...1180. p LT. Havana Ta Fr .....'.........
5 ftA --. l. AI S n ..... ,i ...,. ..... .1 .. l.I;.i. i Ar.Havana,. M nim .. Thurs............. a. A. -, ...


M. M. Godwin, Proprietor.
MAI FAFrtI'RIm OF...

Fine Wagons
and Carriages.


General Blacksmithing and Repairing.
SCIENTIFIC HmORSK-.HOSING A APSCIALTT.


Shop near Bond & Bond Lunmbtr Yard, 17 DAYTONA. FLA.


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I-SMITH & 1 k Furntnhii2u Notions, OW


READY-MADE CLOTHING


We are now closing out our ready-made suits cheap.

our prices. We are determined to move" them.


Our 1902 OVERCOATS that were selling for $10.00 we

have now reduced to $8.50.


Smith & Son, AYT-ONA.


Get


THE BIRDS OF FLORIDA. UNITED IN MARRIAGE. THE FLORIDA GAME LAWS.
Here is a list of fifty-seven different Itenjain.in MionindMisLola olN.irte l:v,.ry winter lhoiisands of people
kinds of birds sen and lwnrd by Cyrus were u -nite] in the holy bonds of inatri- oitm- to F'lorila to s ish .1ind hi1it, and it!
S'arketon. of Providence. It. .. at rnnond maony utt the hom-e of the bride's mother. is Inuite ofte-n that thi glie li.awr are,
during a sojourn of three months last at East IPalatka last Sunday morninghi. ioltaled i-.'n -e ii, viltors are not fai-
winter: Blue heron cardinal; blue jay. The happy couple left immediately lor mili:ar with hI r.eiiiriini.ts. The fol-
red-beaded woodpecker, ftcker. red-lellied Miami where they took a 1lost f.ir )lo inig extiiets.l fi111n the IIt-I" na 1as
plmucker: hairy woodpeiker., downey Ilavana. will 1not4 ly l.' iint.n-*tiI- te th.>.% vis-i,4rs.
woodpecker, Ma.--yland yellow throat, AMr. and Mrs. Mu-,n will make their hu nt citizens as well:
fly tvtcher. (row. chewink, great created home at Havanai for it year or so. when i Wild duck iiinyV lvint ite sihtl I.t wueen
fly-catcher. vireo. sandpiper, turtle dove, thmy will remove to the Isle of Pines. .April l1st 1an1il 4Octolier let
turkey buzuard. red-shoulddernd hawk. The bride is a cmharnming youn(l. lti].\ le.-r imay n.,t lN.' ihuiited. chased,
cooinrg dove. ivory-hilkl'd w .odpecker. and is well known to many lDaytonians. killed or otlh.er-\ ise niole.stef" during the
inmcking bird. brown thrasher. Florida i Mr. Mason is known to everyone whlo montiitli of Oi)tolwr. Nov.enl-rI. Il)e..-mlir
jay, swallow. Florida wren. large snipe'. ever had any connection with DaytolM. and Jalnuary. umder |I.-iaIlty a1f a fine of!
little wren. blackbird. chicken hawk. He has been identified with this ,.itv ever $14(H) for eaor h .d,-er killed. or imprison-
pelicau. great white crane. mniall white prince its infancy, and he has always leen mnent in tihe coiulty jail for not more than
heron, gull. chickadee. tufted titmouse. i known as one of the most thihewd and six niontlis. notr loss thian thlirne. imonitlihs.
black and whitvcreepingwarblder, yellow- enterprising business mmen in the colntimu- lt hIrd l',-tleor. During these months noI
rumped warbler. chuck-wills-widow, nity. His connection with the Almia-- .'rson shall haive'. sell or truiinsport veni-
butcher bird. quail. bald-headed eagle. cigas Land comrnany, in the Isle of son or deer hide'. No lierson Tlill kill
wild duck, marsh hen. kingfisher, red- Pines. make it necessary for hini to lnori thliin f iv, olf'r in one'. y'ear.
winged blackbird. martin, screech owl. change his residence so that he ';Iln WIldI turkey ani.l quail or ir;itridlg,.'
meadow larkcatilini. robin, tern. darter, better look after his interests. 'n iiy not l e hunted or killed, .ex ept front,
or anakebird. -'ornorant. summer We join with a host of friends iln wish- tNovuniler i t Ito Mir-h la 1-t: ,piovid,.dl.
tanager. white-lreaste.d and green-back ing the couple their share of the world's li' t th Lis t prohiIition does ino t apply to
humming bird. rubty-throated humming 'happiness. !lpri !ate grounds or lpreerve' T'lnh'me
third, olived-baoaked yellow breast, Imon- I haiill not lIe tralole'd exr'ept (on private
grel heron. blue and white bittern; be-I Woak AA d Lowr-Spirited. grounds. At no time nmist one person
-A rORtit-.\PONDENT THtN IlF:SI{I~tF, I1S t
sides quite a numlner of birds whose, kill Imore lti ia four turkeys o01 twenty-
names wvere not known and are not in- fi%' t quail in one day. No party shall
a, tnow ,r i-| "I can strongly nrcommend illerllune s,
eluded in this list. medicine of n-tnarkaniledefficiy for in- kill m ort than six tn'rke. or fifty quail
digestion. loss of iip|l.'tite, sour taste ill n illone day.
thei mouth. palljitation, heuinht'lie. d'ro\ lluin'g, parties ii.iay take tith gainm'
Are Yoe Restless At Night sinese after men.al with diistr'-ssing rni.'I- mi' with Ith ht. eal herwis.,. tihe
And hara ed by a had coughl? IUs' tal depre'sionsm and low t.piiits. lli-
Ballard'l' Horehound Syrup, it will oe- bine nmut ml a uniiique preparation for i". n ellill ';Ti'ri.r. tirni ori ;i.nt that shall
cure you sound silep and ebect a prompt cases such i.s minne. for a fte.w do.es -11-ii. 'transport gamnle ; iar. Im county lin. shall
and radical ,umre. 26c.. 5.0U. and il.040 tirely removed my complaint. I wonder \, liajIh,| to,, iniiprisoinia'nt or fine. (;anie
bottle at J. M. Jones. at people going oin suffering or spending carried may not IN sold or off..rd for
their money on worthless things. when
Herbine is procurable, .and a' h'ajp." -''!,.. t
St. Peter- "And where are you from?'" 25x a bottle at J. M. .lones. Nnm-n'sideInt.s mnust obltain :a license
Applieant-"VolusiaCounty. Florida." ron- -. "r'stmI the' clerk of the ('ircuit (Court iI ulOn
St. Peter--"Did you take a local TABLE of Mo TIDES. the. paaymiient ,,f a ti-. of$111 i-.itn. l h1unt-
paper?" i iig ar killing iany \. ild djelr. turk'-y or
Applicant-"Yes, indeed." Week beginning Feb. D. 1 12. iquail-such lii-cnse' to lit val.d only in thie
St. Peter-'-Sulmcription paid up when HIlItH TIWE. .lunty gr:ail. it it s f.fo,'.-sid
you left?"S a i. 7I. N.i I alIN-EtM( N; F' II.
Applicant-"No. two years back. Sun ay.................................. 7 : \ 1i.i ,iia\ I. a' I':nll ut, It t li' or.
St. Peter -- I Monday................ ... .. :2'i < :4 s .i'ie ',. 'ii ,1I!nI1 l-h :t Ia nii iUlliist 13.'
STuesda .................... .. ..... : l1 't: ,i nm ll.'t niiy 1>,a ili illt ;ain1 kill.'-! 1 -


C aed Cancer
Mr. W. W. Prickett. iSm
writes. Sept. loth, 1901: "
suffering emwv.ral years with a
may famc. which gave ise g9
: miceanti unbearalh' itching
ing iallard', s now Liniment
klg. and thr ugh an an-ident
somei of the linminKt 4m the,
as it gave me almost inst.nttI
i-kled tU continue toI us, tim. I
tihe cancer. In a short timn'
came out, my fac he'akhd up i
not the. Nlightet mar left.
Iklicit faith in the merits of thi
tion. and it cannot Ile too hiI
mended." 2.-'.. 41 .. and l
byale by J. M. Jones.



Feeble


Pula


palor, fainting, smothering or
sinking spells all point in the
same dire&aon-an impaired
heart action. A heart that is
weak or diseased cannot do. full
duty and the circulation of the
blood is interfered with. There
is a medicine that gives new
strength to the heart, new
power to the pulse and puts
new color into cheek and lip.
I wass short of breath, dizzy,
had smothering senmatlto, Ino
tAse ilnt hIn heart, was feeble
and pulse so weak that I could
not raise myself Il bed. I foand
a perfect cur io Dr. Mis
Routuno.*" A. T. aACKBOX,
Kewanna, lad.

Dr. Miles'

Heart Care
ntats the heart's aion,
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W- d nesday.. .... ............ 102. \,',. N i r l i l l.
. Thur ay. .... ...........10:47 11:20 :lst; iprovided.lI, the al.ove. s il not Up-
ithfield, Ill., Friday......... .. ........ 11:4.' ......... ply to easts iats or the use. of i seine .to
I had been Saturday'........ ............... 12:21 12:0 st..'.il fll #'- one n ,ral lor ai p-r-,n or a i partY
i cancer on 1t t .
"eat annoy- l.' T1itbC. lt lui,'t .
'. wan us- Sunday......... ................ 11 1 :30 No. ine, gillni-t. stnii.t. ting.'rimr lp.
for a an'' Monday.... .............. 2":0:2 2::1 ifalltrap orothe. rd l vi..h-'i slll 1 -,al. in
t. I nibl'e T'm.sd.a ... .......... ... ... 2:7-,o :1: I all. ,creeks. l.o a iIo n. ri.v.- rs ,r .-tll:lins )or
'a.icer. andt"
relief, I cle- W lminesday .. ...... ... .......... ':140 -I 4:12 lake's of lthie Sltate' r i th pi li pO o
liniment n mon Thurs. ay.......................... 4:::1 41:.*- cnith.inh fish. or to hinti.er t heir f're' i n pa--
tie cunem.r 'riil ........ ............... 2...... :. ** il I'pon petition oi ilt. .'. i < r l
ind there is s iturdl\a .......................... ;:: vot.-'rs tlie ('lintv m oiiin. iir, shalill
I hlavei il-
is prtelMiri- i- r'on.iiiTn iid] Ito lie I,(iov rnolr Illr a ,i'i
rh.lv. fe- Cered Consumption poiinient of a o snitaib l arti whio
SMrs. H. W. Evans. Clea'.irwater. Kan..11hall i'erve ish "Inl gin1. \arl- fo
writes,: **.y husmiand lay sick for tinl '"-*'h 'aumnty.
-- months; tl doctors stated hle lhad flliik 'romn O)tobeir l.t to .April '1Sth thI-
consumption. We proe SBallard'n Horehlound .-Syrup and it enruid '
him. Thlut was. six ye.irsW o. alnd sin,c,'" ll' 1 whr,.tak s, that th,. tr
then we always ke'ep n aoettle in thi e a.' ll not ,n111 tain lior. t'il;nI a 'r -1 il.
house. We cannot doI, \ithliout it. I'or ( f rtnflls amnial inyoung n 111 r thrr, iin'rhlils in
couigls and colds. it hais nol eipil.- 11' i;measulre ntim fin i Ipi t ii.-.IakL-on i
F.'l., .0, aund$l.io Itottle at.I M..loi's. t
1, M ,ll r, lM tropolis


VOLUSIA COUNTY TEACHERS. "AROUND THE PAN."
The Volusia County Teaic r-' ass'.- TI' r .':y n,.i e ip Ias ,la'l to
ciation will neet in IieLiand in i 'regullor l'e pll.as.ntly o'v.-erwhh.'inn.i Vi th'. ,u-
Sannual tsesion on rFebruary 1"2. The i s nei a til vi\a-,ity of j A riinsI th, I'ltii.
esstion will lah t thlire day.--I-1 th. 13th i piuili-h'd ly thile N tshlill I'lliahiiin ti!, .
and 14th. Suil'rinte'ndeut Fish lias in-. '1 3i Taiird lv.'ii i... N.,. York
* triucted teachers to close thl-ir m-hools The wonders l e.in \ ithi th. f:ionleii
on the Monday previous. if ine.vssa ry to piece pictlui of Pr'esi't.'nt MceKihi.l y.
do so. in order 1to reach Ite'iand in tinime drawn in a intl-rt inI '-ginning at a
for the.esrsion. Tlhe progrini will con- poilt Ion ithi h ,.,'on !,i,' .tii I ri,, u 'e iiil
sist of papers and dis tiussions. 1:ighit ol iln Ia m;nil iiin .1 ilt-:lat IIV- \\il'tii:nig
Sthe county tealier it arp ( tin lt progr.i- cir!i fill. \\-;t%,."i)--i'il >l,,;\nlx';,ri~i,,>
for paim -.'rs. et'. A skilled in-tr 'tori \\ ill '. tli.. ;-'i iT tli. T ';' ',! to -'.
Sle in attendance to 'totiint niet a uar l-t.l. hlii ;1 -111 i,;,. \ ;i a ,; ,r .t
institute work.-DeL.ani N,.w-. t ih t lUi : t:it ; .. ol il,'.r l Iti .- 11 -t
uii,;'> ,i w Its k ii n l tl, ,i !. iti
if tl.,-! n iir, J f ;.|,'.' -. s w i"
PLANT SYSTEM MI LEAI;E TICKETS. willing to, ..li..ve that li.- il, I t th.
Plant Systemmi'leagati.kets are no' thing l,.h thvi- r, ii- duilplh :tt1..
Plant yv t lli mil Iay, t <,,ivi..u tin r l iti t.
g,&od over the following railroads: Of .otlriire th itV i' '\l in :,!,ltin a t, the'
Atlantic Coast Line-Ri.-hin oni. l Fredt- ilin'., nI wi T 0 I I,,ll: I ,I k- itrlri- 1
ricksburg and Potomac Ry.; Washing- in*.-*d t,,'-har ft It ;v- pi'n-lti.e'r tle.
ton Southern Ry.; Louisville and N'shi- OInil!i tt h, !h:'l InIt i.,t his "'
ville Ry.. Charleston and Western Caro- 'vrt b '2, .' --.,v ". 'u 'sU.
lina R. R; South Georgia RI. R.. and --------
Georgia Northern Ry. Fishermen Attontion!
You can travel almost any\,; it n, T i ; I 'h;::.i, T. i .. ',r-: (ranr.. iil
Plant System mileage ticket t :and a o' ,' ;r., o on fiiiirg trip


The
LAUNCH'


"Columbia"'


Is the la'gW't an" i,,.'; .,ii.'mtalil,. 'x,.ursion launch in tlhse
waters; built last .sumi.'i : litn,.l \\ ith a telln horae-power Globe
engine, whin ulmeaii.s rlliailt. '.Th.1i hotnit has glass cabin forward.

Maken trips T '"li':,livs. Thursdavs and Saturdays.
to the A ITo .ka havingg south Bridge at :310 a. In.
Monday, Wednesdaiys I C froinmSo.Drint w
Friday triple ar' m,', .. 1,New Smyrna at( i: 0) an. in.

TheColumbiai will i:, I,,u M:i ri,, t:im tli.ih .iany uther boat at the,
Tonoka Cabi>. i6 t. ;a!' ,v..I trips anr very pi-tutlresque.


Fare for Round Trip $1.00.


Launch "Yankee Doodle" for Charter.


McCOY BROTHERS


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Rubber Tire Carri.Vine % I are Ir's Careful Drivers
JlI '',el 44J~l'J i ii'11" till -t I 14isuilt l iithe ctv
Bu l'e f'.'t a tlI,)in- it-.v' I Pal' trt 'of tlw ( ity.I
Tri Ilk, i ]" i %-i...I I I-I 41pp41ost.'I ute Ii %4-I111141.!

I ~Telephone 27I


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Co tele22Coo $N~
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BODNDC6


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A upi.-dbowl


UmiefUsral
usi~ h~
'4


Centrall, and
Pleasantly LXocated


LDespiandPii


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SCHMIDT'S VILLA


Vht


Overlooking the Halifax River


The hotel cotinimaiid a moM t a 'tta A,
view in every direction and 0o0
location a.n ,le foupd in the e
It i.s toiily oit. mile from the Oal
id is conll4venient to the
poMNtatl-e. t.hurt'hen and pubbe school
3Mon suny n.oints than any other koM
in taovi. IBath room and IattoiL


AlL11 MODERN CONVN-NIXNCES. CUlsINE guNzXCSI.LCEN
Rate. S 2.40 pe Dat Dm710 we Weelk an Upwau4.il-
Nenry Schmidt. Piroptietor, Darytona, of


BENNETT HOUSE

IL e~.. t. I II -: ;j .*I'll Neli'th 1(ili~gv~volimJ: has i. ll niitx tie cot)-
i'' i.... ...i it tilt~ ~ a. ;it ll mi) tsid4' 4HJi-ipi. liiisrly or en uIN ite. On
V I a, i. llin u hIi'ni.l vlmriflam~htt; cuisine l-x

Daytona, Florida.

THE WHITE HOUSE


Renovated and Newly Furnishe.

.1 1-lI4?WAlIN) li.p .hl.% I'.%BFITNJ. Matamr.



GRAND' ATLANTIC HOTEL
1,41-1141.1, % lv i.- folly I111n)
Dartona. Florida.
Opens December 191t.
'I'lli"~~ ''1,11-L II.ii. ii '-%11: t.'.. ii vyidi''eeInl eth nd larged to double its size; ae noO.
m104ilEela .'..4IIi. ~ iI~-I ini 'tm-iimnjelm.eIand decorat4'1l. ileetriie lightdawu m d
ii,. ei'g,;.,.i1 V II,.:ov ;l, 4 h!.l~m. i. l~lehti"!mid o CIImibtioiint rO(,Ii)m. nflew lati@'t- parlor &adl
P413114 Tl fdl.I I li d A ~4 I 1.i' t li.-ra "t i'i~~,Iuted Ionl the wate-r (routand ha.. beautift!
P11-1i'.ntl i swi th acjillg '.Im Illl" I osmtigug nd fthehing froin aour own pier.
lt It'%Itorl lpodst. Jas. H. Jolmmsou& 3os, ritimlSr

THE PALM ETTO


C.O.CHAMBERLIN. PROP.


Now Open


IIot andl Cold Baths.


1'.1 l I r thin Stritl I.l'ir?.t flas Itael{ tt Mo ern t.


uI v'toua ioiouse

NOW OPEN
*: ." : Sitit,11 i, r:tn Avenue.
T. L. RODGERS, Proprietor..


Private Board
.:. ;- ,- 1 ... .' J B ,,r in.on, -. u well lighted dl roo s
t' l ,' : -. i ; : s Jr i | P;in. I ,n r 1 a; i rf, mlrl IT..
?Irs J B Parkinson. l>;.% tn. Fhorida"


Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress, Seaside Inn

Lumber, Lath, Shingles, ,, .
Flooring. Siding, Ceiling. 1" \,iN,. A -
Brick, lime and Cement in Stock.


Offices and YVrds: lEast Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager


"SgIl AiTn ( IThe Nation's
"SAN Best CGgar.
It's all Floiida.


;f Ti, I otlitIi'- i(11.11a: t. A',


* It.2.;i.a. ta et iarix#'eh '. Itt 'l i-


'I-I' lJ~'. t pi -?. \'.. mi ll s m.e.'i. ~
d ~ IA Xl')L'. 0 I-i jul''% F*1*~ IjI'i.)


FOUNTAIN CITY PHARMACY,


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A STY ON THE EYE. W OSTENDE CLUB.
O w t "is and HOw it lNsM gWill Spacieou Gambling
-o Treated. Glaens Are aclualve.
S A sty w a little abscess at the AtOstAndetheadmissonfeeis
*th eyeid.Ther rAt Ostende the admission fee is
dge of the eyelid. There are gener- 20 francs, which operates to exclude
aly far more pam and swelling than
oportinat to the seriousness nearly all persons excepting those
Spropotionte to the seriousne who wish to play, whereas at Monte
etful supply of bois the result of the Carlo the gambling rooms are gen-
t1ital sply of blood vessels to rally overra with curious specta-
the eyelid and the closeness of its lyoverrun with curious specta-
tofsw whch cauelling. The little reat pain in Nevertheless at the height of the
the process of swelling. The little season the gorgeous and spacious
absmeam is red and very tender, and salons of the Ostende club are gen-
ally in a few days it bursts and rally crowded with men and wom-
eeharges matter unless treatment en, in about equal proportions, and
m be carried out early and ener- the regulation evening dress of the
y enough to arrest the in- men and the toilets and jewels of
ion. As soon as the sty the women make the scene about
has opened the pain and swelling the tables as dazzling as it is de-
subside. Sties point to some de- moralizing. Roulette and trente et
rangement in health. They occur quarante are the favorite games. the
in people who have a predisposition former generally for low and the
to them or who are long sighted and latter for high stakes.
have been overusing their eyes, or The minimum stake is 5 francs.
they may come on after exposure and the maxinimum is 000 francs.
to cold wind. They are very apt to The maximum limit i- frequently
occur one after the other for several played by the more experienced and
weeks, reckless gamblers. aild the total
At the very beginning of thil at- winnings and losings of :i ,lay or a
tack the application of something night are undoubtedly of enorinous
cold, such as ice wrapped in a hit proportions. Just what th(':e pro-
oe oil silk, laid over the evye, may cut portions are is known onlh to the
short the inflammation. But ex- inside nmanagemeni. That they are
cept at the very earliest stage this uniformly large can l1 re-adily in-
cannot be done, and the best treat- feared from the fat that it is no
meant and that which gives most re- uncommon thing t o oe a single
lief is the application of moist heat player win or lo..e ,o.(4Oto franc- at
in the form of a poultice or hot fo- a single sitting. With huinidreds of
meatations made of poppy heads till players at the taHle,-. playing dayv
the sty bursts of itself or is opened. and night, with ,'hips repret'nting
l The general health must have at- all the way from 5 frani.s to 1,000
teation, and ten drops of the tine- francs, it is riot diieult to reach
twre of steel in water throe times a the conclusion that upward of
day and some mild aperient before 1,000,000 francs are dailv lost and
breakfast are often the most bene- won at these tables,. anI the' are
0 final form of treatment.- Isabel generally lost by the plaivern
Brown, M. D., in American Queen. No doubt the game Is ftir m1ndi
square enough. as suclh rin',i O,.I !
A Cat and a Mirror. It i noI I eearv for tl A man who owns a remarkably tois of ambling' establishnents at
fine cat gave this illustration of its Ostende or elsewliere to take ai:s.
wonderful intelligence: unfair advantage of their patrons in
He put the cat on a table in front order to win their money. Their
of a small glass. Its first manifes- main reliance is on the recklessness
station after it saw its reflection was and foolhardiness of the average
of Surprise. It stared at it for a mo- gambler, who never knows how to
ment and then went behind the stop playing until he hais lost his
glass, evidently to find the other last sou.-Forum.
eat. Then it returned to its seat in _
front and looked attentively for a Knew How It Was Himself.
minute or two at the image. Sud- Not long ago in Perthshire, Scot- t
demly it darted around the glass, land, a woman was driving her lus- ]
but, finding no cat there, returned band down a narrow lane when on i
to the front again, turning a sharp corner they encoun- i
Keeping its eyes fixed steadily on tered a brewer's cart. Neither had V
its image, it began feeling behind room to pass, and in most disagree- s
the glass with its paw, first in one able tones the woman said: n
direction and then in another. See- "lie must go back. for I shall (
ing the paw of the image on the not. He ought to have .eon usx he- t
glass move just as its own did. it fore entering the lane." b
wa evidently about concluding that "Biut, my dear." replied her hu,--
;t. image was its own, and it then band, "how could he with this sul.- I
Various movements to fully den turn in the road ?" s
ti* lelf. It raised one paw and "I don't care," said the woman P
41en the other, licked them and haughtily. "I shall stay here all r
touched the glass with them and night before I give wav to him." c
moved its head about. Satisfied ap- The driver of the (art overheard t
patently that it had solved the mys- all the cotiver- anoli n ilal -aid r e
tery, it presently walked calmly signed v:
away.-Seattle Post-Intelligencer. "A' richit. sir. I'll ga'i i;,:i,-k."
adding sympatheticall%, "I've got
Art In Telling Lies. just sulich another one at horne."-
Telling the truth is an art, but Scotti-h American. t
not nearly so difficult an art as tell- f
ing lies. It is within reach of any Sleepwalking a Mystery. e
man's power, if he will take time Sleepiaiking :- nlething Ibetter t
and pains, to relate thie thing that under-,,ootl ioo han fi rnrirlv,. but lIh
is. It takes a man of imagination psycholoogi!, art not ihoiriun'ly r
and strong memory to bring forth agreed I in, r.;.r.d to rani;\ of the a
the thing that is not. Besides, the phase. w
liar cannot carry his lie all over the One of the I.,-: ;. v-.: :',-. that t
world and back to the creation1. At of a youn: lin li upi, ; 4..-,o, walk- a
aome point or other hlie must piece it- ing ten niles to ii.lt li. father. and o
on to the universal truth, and to do of an een lb tIter knowvr a-.e. tliat h
that neatly he must be a good work- of a 'ouni Wi \elsh ladiv wialkug
asa. But this is only part of the three iniles on a colid night :a her b
"mater.mestion as to vice and vir- nightgo wn \tbhotit awakniing, up- '"
amerally. Virtue is for all who set niaiv of the -pi.,'tio',llv ateptod s(
a it. In order to become an ac- theoriw'. ht
Cepished villain a man must have It had 1>t.,- IihbiAhlt that expo-
matuml aptitude, careful training sure to inteIL.v cold as wcil as iitenst tl
ani~aame powers of application, heat \.oulbl ;waikeii t .,ee]pwalker. d1
adat any time the villain may be but In lie-.e .Ha-. wthlh are twell s
raid as a villain by the unexpect- authentmcat,,l. it appear' that this tl
ed coming to life of eonsrience.- opinion. while or''ct t.o>-il in -
All the Year Round. ti me ini.,l not ali '. -
There Are No Blind PoF.sh. Overheard.
There are many animals in the Au .ni,.ioate from Short Siorc.,s th
world which pass all their lives in suggest- io\ tar a bore may vtlorow ho
darkne, never seeing a ray of his l,,..;- 1


light. Every-one has heard of the T1' *, -,,. rnui :-.unm, tlht w
Hlind fishes of the Mammoth cave. one w,:- :1 rench,..,iin-were riding .de
Ile latter is the biggest of 500 togetlcti one dav through Paris. i
reMt caverns in the United States. ol'e, was e.ceedinglv ch'her. ovhilo li
All of them are inhabited by numer- the other was correspondingly dull. o0
eas other sorts of creatures that As is sometimes the case, the latter se
ave no eye for vision. Literally I monopolized the conversation, and
peaking there is no such thing as his talk was fast becoming uneudur- Nc
a blind fish, since the most sightless able when his companion saw a man of
of the finny tribe possesses visual on the street far ahead vawning an
organss in a rudimentary condition, openly. of
1ut through want of use the optic It is not probable that the dul. or
gg-1is and nerves have broken lard felt this needle prick of wit, wh
in and been absorbed. but his companion's exasperation
must have found momentary relief. be
Andeuet Amber Jewelry. "Look:" lie exclaimed. "We are an
Amber is often seen carved into overheard "


naixt e0rmm in ancient Etruscan
ry. The magnificent necklace
as the Prince de Canino's,
the masterpiece of the Etruscan
goldsmith, baa pendants of alter-
nate beetles of sardonyx and amber.
Juvenal represents his patron dis-
playing at his feast a bowl emboss-
ed with beryls and raised work of
amber. Pliny records the fact that
it was used to imitate all the trans-
parent atones, especially the ame-


Your Tongue
If it's coated, your stomach
is bad, your liver is out of
aider. Ayer's Pills will clean
your tongue, cure your dys-


The Object of Opera.
"Yes,' said Mr. Cumrox, "we al-
ways attend the grand opera."
"What for?" asked the man who
knows nothing but business.
"Out of a strict regard for the
truth. My daugliters want to be
able to say they have heard all the
great singer, and I think that their
conscientious devotion to avoiding
a fib on the subject is very much to
their credit."-Washington Star.


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HIS OLD FURNITURE.
Europe and Ameriea Clamors For It,
but Higham Won't SeIl
To possess the celebrated "Hig-
ham furniture" is the ambition of
the wealthy lovers of old furniture
in Europe and the United States,
but it is an ambition which proba-
bly never will be realized until the
family of the present owners be-
comes extinct, for each heir entails
the collection as far as he can, and
no amount of money ever has
tempted the Highams of Higham to
think for a moment of parting with
their valued possessions.
This furniture is a collection of
perfect early English furniture and
also of flawless "Chippendale" and
"Sheraton" and i; in the farnimhouse
of Mr. Higham oaf Highani, whose
ancestors, a family of yeoman farm-
ers, have cultivated the farm called
The Hangings, near Iligham, Eng-
land, for centuries. Wealthy con-
noisseurs in this country and Eu-
rope have offered enormous amounts
for the furniture, but the Ilighams
will not sell a stick.
The actual value placed on the
collection, which consists of fifty
pieces, is $30,o00.0but Henry Grant,
the British railway millionaire, of-
fered $400,000 for it two years ago,
an offer which was refused, like all
other offers. Several pieces of this
furniture date back to the twelfth
century. and the more modern Sher-
aton chairs alone are valued at *100
each, while an old oak chest is ap-
praised at $30.000.
No old vcountv family" or fain-
ily of title in the three kingdoms
has a liner colle t ion of antique fur-
niture tha:i ltM. lighani, the veo-
maIl. if. in tdecl, tlhe have ;1iV Sin- lt
gle piece that 'ani eonpare with his ri
in all t1 ir ,.a-t kl and hallIs. atial is
long a there i. a lligham of li- I
ham thoe uirnitire will stave in the (
farmhouiie of The llangin&s.-New V
York P'ro -.


Deafness.
"Dtafne- i,- \cry nimiuh more
general thnli is supposed." is the
statement of a famous physiciana.
"Many persons who think they have
perfect hearing are living under a
delusion. In nio-,t cases, holw ever,
the ordinary deafness of people is
the result of accumulations of wax
in the e'ar. Those who are troubled
in this way" should ne\er attempt to
remove the wax themselves. 'The'y
should go io a physician. Ninety-
nine out of a hundr',l cases of
chronic deafnes- are caniuse lIy ca-
tarrh of tihe no<, al:o ini ma n 1 :'', l
by treatment of that disease.
"PeIopli should lie earned aigaim-it
putting anything into their :ear-,
such as sp ooni-. car -coops., toolth-
picks, matches or linger iiails. The
me'hanisiii of the car is ,rv' deli-
rate and i- e.ailv dlisarrangiled. and
he us of s(such instruiiint-, Iot in-
experienced persons is productivee of
he ino-t serious results."

Thirteen Kept Him Back.
Some p ilo. c.iarry lt.heir supi-rsti-
ions lo ridth oiilu- tr,.'i .\
ussy little i an .rowdel i[ito the
elevator ar on the ground I loor tof
lie eal Ea ta ite 'rrust l)uit i rig and
hastily rai hi.s eye o\ver ith, other
la.sctiIer f -! \1i, > ountli i,; lth t ,.
nd he heaved a sign of -atlifaction
vihen hlie found that there were
welve The elhvltor nman wuas just
bout to loose tiahe tloor when an-
ther man, who ste n.'d in a great
urry, crowded in.
The fussy little fellow who had
een counting noses cried out:
Wait a minute' Let me off!" He
queozed his way out, and the car
tarted upward.
"'lie makes mc tired," remarked
he elevator man. "'I've s64n him
lo that more than once. lie's afraid
omu thing will happen if there are
hirteenti a-sstngers on at one time."
- Plhilaoh lphia Record.


Locating His Bet.
During the Newcastle races ou
te Town Moor when a famous
iorse won lthe Northumberland
late the cry of -Hiats off in front!"
as raised and obeyed during the
decision of the great event, says the
ewcasl h I chronicle. When the
orses had passed, the "uncovered"
ies. of course, "r'o'ered" them -
lves.
A few moments afterward a young
orthumbrian began to lift the hate
the spectators round about him
id replaced them with expressions
vexation. On lifting the hat of
>e of the spectators he was asked
!hat lie was trying to do.
"'Hoot, mon," he exclaimed, "Aw
et a croon wiv a haaldhecded chap,
i' Aw cannot find him!"
To Stop Runaway Horses.
In Sicilian e-ities an appliance
hichl is in general use andi liis been
r a Ion2 time is an arrangement
which tlie breath of a horse is
ut off when he attempts to run
ay. Standing out from the nos-
ils of the hor-es are little leather
sks, which the ipullin2 of a little
in by the driver claps do-wn up n
e animal's nose. thus shutting off
s breath if he tries to g-t beyond
ntrol.


Nine-

Tenths

of

all the

People

Suffer
from a

Diseased
Liver.


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Pure Juicesfom NaturalRooks.


VAMM1k $Sstuw, PNOWfInkebsIde1

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Price, 50 Cents.
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SNo-w Haven, New London, Stoulagbop,
Providence, Fall River, Boston and
ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. 4'hreesteaaier
trains every Thiurtliaiy. leaving Jacksonville am follows:
Via thli Sea Islinids........................0:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via PIlntt Svste .......................... :15 p.m. i
Vita >Salouard .Air Lai...................... 7:40 p. in. (Fast Mail.)
'a.sengerh lave Daytonau :29 am and
3;:22 pin. uiakiilg close, connections.
For illustrated niatter. diagrans,. reservations, tickets. etc., address


* A WT7 PYE7 A_ 4-- o w..,.,t By Strut.
A W .* P -AgEt, Jacksonville, Florida.
Sah*Gpo. H. Clark. Local Agent, Daytona, Fla.
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NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Ry



Western & Atlantic Railroad.


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DOUBLE DAILY CONNECTIONS, WITH THROUGH TRAINS TO
NASHVILLE.
MEMPIHIS.
LOUISVILLE.
t'INCINNATI
and CHICAGO

Careryin through Pullman Vesstibuled Buffet Sleepers Jacksonvrile to St
Louis without changee Choice of Routes.
For information relative to rates, schedulee. etc., or for sleeper reservations, write to
C. E. HIARMAN. Geit. P'aws Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fa. Pas. Agent
Athl;int. a, Jacksonville, Fla,
II. I'. SM11T. Triffl.i Manager, Nashville, Tenn.


Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVTT-T-. and NEW YORK.
itllin-z it Cliarleston. S. '.. both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
l)ir',ct Service Ietween
JACKSONVILLE, BOSToN AND PROVIDRNCK,
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
Calling at hliarleston iBoth VWays.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


Southbound
Northbound


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


CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.


.. :: No. I (lkI-B ry Linu)
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4::15 am...... .0-P : m S'T' 'ING; T PI'.LATKA. ASTOR. ST. FRANCIS, BERESFORD, (DLLA.&n)
11 1 p.... .1 :.m BItl"a E ,'1i SPRINGS-udil lnt.rliit.liute l..illdinigs onl ST. JOHNS RIVER.
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,' ii 1,10 Leaves Jackson vi i ; :i ( n s naays, Tuesdays and Thursda a
:1.. .. .. :l P i'n Leaves Sanforl 9:30 a, m. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays
S .................. Soihbound. Sc4I 1 )I.E Northbound


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A J-..o..ne o -- .o..e.. -1 O D. Lou. S ancdt L.,nicago
Aido, tr..- l.i;'.-:I-ts w *oueal A catarrh Cure.
Amo,,g th I.t,:un-se women a cer-
t:ihi IInI:I'.,r t. tno reason to envy To arrest an incipient nasal ca- illnitm ii 'nla,-i- s tiuo x (i ', i ii J.: -,. I : ..J .. ..* -.
i,, i t;iooioa;ii li.'es In t.ie matter of tarrh use powdered boracic acid ,,,in,; .1i,.0 it;. ..,' ': :
ir .ly white is ti When that white- freely ais a snuff. It will cause
utess u.. stiil.ly rose colored. It is In sneezing. but if taken repeatedly it Flr Ro
:,:'i'r ey.es te ne plus ultra or will reduce the inflammation and Dle yer routee
t'i':1ti t ufortunim ately. that beauty a ,. .-... ., .


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

A.. t" HA(,l:ti :a't i I': Az..- nt. F M1. IRONMON@ER, JR., F. P. A.,
I', St.t t.. N. w York. 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla
TIIo)S. D. II.\LEY. l .; t t. A.t. ('. P. LOVELL, Asat. Fla. Supt.,
,t < ,,I HI an st-r .ick.sonvill.-. Foot Hogan St.. Jacksonville.
.IN L. 11HOWARD. Superintendent,
l', itL Hlogan St., .lacksonville.
THEO. G. EGER, Wl. P. CLYDE & CO.,
General Mannan.-r General Agent.,
Che.pbroughl Builditit. 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York.


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