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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
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Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: March 22, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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THE


DAYTONA


GAZETTE BE


Vol. 18. No. 41.


bonat@35 FWdne March 2*9 1902


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DAINTIE. .
We bavm Jut ,recved a large
stock o goo manuaetaend
by the National Biseaut Co.
They are strtly high grade
and nothing can be found to
eq-uel thm. Here are & om
of them.


Graham Wafers
Brownie Walers
Fruit Cake
Almond Bon Bone
Butter Gems
Five O'clock Teas
Oswega Crackers
Minuette Wafers
Water Bisuit


Morrell's Breakfact Bacon, the
Siest that money can buy.

We have the largest and finest
lime of cereal foods in the city.

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


L To COOUD & COl


'Phone 61.


BEACH STREET, near ORANGE
AVENUE and SOOTH BRIDGE.
14


FIFT YEARS WEDDED.

Landlord and Mrs. Schmidt of
Schmidt's Villa sprung a surprise on
their guests yesterday noon. The tables
were beautifully decorated with flowers,
sad just as dinner was about to h4
Orved Mr. Schmidt arose and announce
that they had among them a gentleman
who had been married exactly flftnT
yeare, the Wentleman being Frederick
Romemple, of Brooklyn. He wa first
presited by the genial landlord with a
white sad a golden ribbon, the
in rememberance of his
wedding day and the ribbon of the Of-
tieth anniversary. After this he was
preseted with several beautiful bou-
quet by the guests and congratlations
we showered upon him. He received
several by wire from his friends in the
North. Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt, as well
as the guests and Mr. Roemmele, re-
guetted that Mrs. Roemmele was unable
to be present on the occasion. Mr.
Rommeale is a very prominent business
aqg his city, being a director of the
Gtinm BSavings Bank.

The days and nights are now equal.

The Bond Lumber Co. is in receipt of
an order for early a million feet of
lumber from Dr. Munion, the well known
Smedicine man, who is investing exten-
sivly in rel estate and building hours
and bmsines blocks at Palm Beach ad
West Palm Beach. The order was qt
to Frank E. Bond Thurseday through
the company's West Palm Beach ageit,
Don C. Morris. The Bond Lumber Com.
paoy never did larger business than it
is doing now.-Volusia County Record.




Health

*Ir 25 s arsw I hbve svfer
aitssedinag Ayer' SarsWparlia
eayWy pria. It cleanss my
S9@i, 2S2m me feel surog, and
doaM ae la ievery way. -
JeM P. edaae, BraoklymN.Y.

Pure and rich blood
armies new life to every
pat of the body. You
e Invigorated, refreshed.
You feel anxious to be
adve. Youbecomest
sady/couraP us. That's
what Ayes .Sarsapaill
wldo e forayou.
gA a ldftM 0 .k


OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL

IWCut flowers for sale at the Woman's
Exchange.
Fih Commissioner Detwiler was in
Daytona Thursday.
IJ aaIve your order for hot-ceross
buin at the City Bakery.
Capt. H. F. Douglass was a isitor to
Palatka Friday of last week.
Bingham & Maley are having a sewer
laid from their lot to the river.
C. G. Wehner killed a large wild cat
near his home Wednesday evening.
)r. W. E. French was down to Oak
Hill on professional business Monday.
Adam Behants is laying a water pipe
from the plant to his home on Ridge-
wood.
Mrs. R. I. Wall gave an oyster bake on
the beach to a few friends Thursday
evening.
Harry Burns, of the G. S. & F. Ry.,
was looking after the interested of his
line in Daytona Thursday.
. J. W. Wilkinson and James A. Rose ex-
pect to start next month on a trip to
Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sammett, of Bos-
ton, were the guests of the Bennett
House this week.
The orange trees hereabouts are all
putting on fine spring growths, and are
loaded with blossoms.
Mrs. Paul Stutterheirm and Miss
Fanny Mayer of New York were at
Schmidt's villa the first of the week.
W. M. McGriff, the scenic artist, has
been down to Titusville this week decor-
ating the office of Attorney Robbins.
Mrs. J. 0. Williams, accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Asheroft. are at the Ben-
nett House. They are front Brooklyn.
Mrs. Henry Titus, who was to have
returned home from Titusville last Sat-
urday, has been detained owing to
illness.
Monday was St. Patrick's Day. and am
quite usual, was rainy. "The wearing
of the green" was not very conspicuous
in Daytona.
The tourists who rushed away north
last week for fear of Florida sunshine are
facing the consllulences now in the shape
of a blizzard.
Rev. L. P. Rose, of Indianapolis. In'
diana, is expected to preach in the Con-
gregational church tomorrow morning
at eleven o'clock.
John D. Davis and wife. of Pawtucket,
R. I., were at the Grand Atlantic the
last week. Mr. Davis was governor of
Rhode Island for two lerms.
Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Brown and little
daughter are at Melbourne and are ex-
pected here in a couple of weeks, much to
the delight of their many friends.
Before going home hand in your sub-
scription to the GAzsErr-Nlws. It will
keep you posted on the doings in and
around Daytona during the summer.
SenatorC.J. A. Erickson and daughter,
Miss Rena, of Boone. Iowa, are at
Schmidt's Villa. The senator is a cousin
of J. A. Erickson, of DleLand.
Charles Birchwood has accepted a
position as chief engineer of a private
yacht, owned in Philadelphia. He will
leave for his new post next month.
J. H. Hespenheide, a friend of H. H.
Hoene. came up from Ponce Park Thurs-
day and is at Schmidt's Villa. Mr.
Hespenheide's home is at Allegheny. Pa.
W. A. Bea Der has purchased a lot of
Ile Kingston on Main street, west of
Cole's grocerystore. He expects to ereet
a five-room dwelling on the lot this sum-
iner.
g .Hot-c'rou buns thsod Friday and
Saturday for breakfast at City Bakery.
The citizens of Gloodall have opened,
are grading and will shell a new street
running parallel with the ocean. The
new street is known as (Grandriew ave-
nue.
T. Roemmele and John H. Schumann.
two prominent business men of Brook-
lyn. are at Schmidt's Villa. They are
directors of the German Savings Bank


of that city.
Architect (tove is the busiest man in
town. lie is working night and day on
plans for residences here and up and
down the the coast, and is looking for
an extra draughtsman.
Ponce Park is acknowledged to Ibe 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 address (GOMEZ
A. PACETTI, Ponce Park, Fla. 33
grHot-cross buns for Easter at the
City Bakery.
The regular communication of Halifax
Lodge. F. and A. M., was held last
Thursday evening. There was a re-
markably large attendance, both of visi-
tors and members. There were two
candidates for the third degree, after
which toothsome refreshments were
served to more than fifty craftsmen.
Remarks were made by several of the
.-i*a..t m-p'l aif w~.m 'wear the


NO FOOLING
about our statement as to qualities.

The Cuiifc'iunery
we offer is just as pure and delicious
as we say it is. We carry
Huykr's, Lowney's

and Wiley's Candies
in various shapes and always FRESH,
PURE and DELICIOUS. We sell candies
from 10 cents per pound to $1.00 per
pound and guarantee their quality.
Barnes' Novelty Store.

Goat. Monday afternoon.
WiEaster baskets at Clark's.
The house being erected by G. H. Bliven
on Ridgewood, for Mrs. Newell, is well
under way.
Eugene DelMar will lectureat Wilrans
Opera House tomorrow evening on "A
Normal Life."
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edmondson have
moved back from their grove to their
home on Ridgewood.
Colonel and Mrs. M. Huston entertained
a number of friends last Saturday even-
ing, at their leach street home.
if.Have you a kodak? If not, why
not ? Harris can save you express
charges on Eastman kodaks. Studio
l'eckk blohk.
The GAZETTE-NEws is on sale atClark's
and Barnrs' news stand every week. It
is also on file in all the leading hotels
throughout the state.
I)on't fail to )se our goat in front of
the office Monday afternoon at three
o'clock. Front standing room reserved
fLr those that come first.
If you are interested in the actual hap-
penings of )aytona and Volusia County.
with casuall mention of current news.
subscribe for the (GAZErTT-N:ws.
Ba New and complete stock of blank
,books, ledgers, large and small. cash
books. journals and pocket memoran-
dunis at all prices at Geo. II. Clark's.
Mrs. G. F. Washburn and daughters.
the Misses Virginia and Winnefred and
Miss Elisabeth Brodbeck, of Boston, are
spending a few weeks at the Bennett
House.
The entertainment given under the di-
rection of Chas. F. Burgman at thei Wil-
mnns' opera house was well attended.
The program was very creditable and
was well carried out.
gWWallace. the curio man. is selling
goods at a reduction. This is so that
he will not be obliged to ship them back
North. Call and inspect his choice stock.
The Right Reverend W. C. Gray, Bishop
of Southern Florida. will preach at St.
Mary's Church next Sunday morning.
aud hold a confirmation. The Bishop
will preach at St. lanese' Chur-'h.
Ormniond, on Sunday afternoon a four
o'clock, and at G Orange, at 7:30 Monday evening.
hBioston Brown Bread and iBaked!
Beans at tlie railingg Bakery to-day.
The (;AZETTE-NEWS and Osborn's
Quick Print Shop have a patent
goat that is rather frisky. They
offer a tive dollar gold piece to the
first person riding "William" fif-
teen feet without falling off. Every-
body invited. The fnn will tak/
place at :t o'clock Monday afternoi/.
March "4ths (

A Safe WhelI.
A Itw' tricyle on a new princille.super-
ior quality, for sale at bargain, to
save hipiping. Kiiquii' oef ,1. T. Morrisoni
at thle ('olloiiiinade''s.


FOR SALE


Two lots on ltidge"woot avenuei, e-
t ween lst iand 2ndl avelInues. etach
S. x :too..
lAlt on 2nd ave-ille near Ridge-wool.
75 x :00.
Residelice on 2nd avenue. near Ridge-
wood, lot t0o x 3<;) ten large rooms,
including six lbel'rom1iai.
Four lots on 2nd avenue, near river,
each 75' x ;tio.
Ilorse. trapI-carriagt- and harnit-es.
Two spring delivery iagonis.
Oine light wagon and harness.
One show ease.
One platform scales.


MWrleed bam always fresh at the
Gramling Bakery.
William Van Dora is learning the drug
trade ia GiOe' drg stoe.
rP.try that is dainty, delicious and
ntrltioM at the Omramlt Bakery.
Dr. C. D. Sely has sold his place on
the palmhlas to Mr. Wiliame, of St. An-
gastiae.
11.Solio and Rex printing papers also
solik toning solution. Harris' Studio,
'phone 91.
Charles Milburn, of Port Orange, has
been appolated a notary public for the
State at large.
The Live Oak Literary Club met at the
home of Mr. amd Mrs. I. C. Withers last
Saturday evening.
Rev. Savage, of Kentucky' preached a
very able sermon at the M. E. Church,
South, last Sunday.
IWLost, between Second avenue and
the Ridgewood Hotel, black lace searf.
Return to the Ridgewood; reward.
SkMdi wv k. This you can feel sure
of getting if yon take your watches to
Wray's (jeweler) Musick Store.
It is announced that another enter-
tainment will be given under the direc-
tion of Roy. P. Barker in a few weeks.
In the launch race Wednesday the
"Hungry Dosen" won and carried offlthe
prize consisting of ten gallons of gaso-
line.
The weekly hops given at the Grand
Atlantic every Friday evening are well
attended and everybody joins in the
dances.
gI Kost & Gwinner, the painters and
paper hangers, are artists in their line,
and you will make no mistake in con-
sulting them.
Zan Haynes, of DeLand, probably the
greatest peach grower in Volusia
county, together with his wife and his
mother-in-law, Mrs. Carpenter, were
calling on Rev. Hawk Wednesday after-
noon.
Wednesday evening Marie Brown.
aged ten years, died at the home of C. H.
Lane. Funeral services were held Thurs-
day afternoon, after which the remains
were shipped to Rochester, N. Y.. for
burial.
Jacob Slough has been up to Ormond
this week grafting some pecan buds for
J. R. Clements. Mr. Clemente has in all
about fifteen acres; some that were
grafted four years ago are already
bearing.
.New summer dress goods at Moore
BrI'.s.
The sale of fancy articles, held by the
ladies of the Congregational church in
the building formerly occupied by the
Mason& Wall Co., was a success inevery
way, and a neat little sum was netted
for the church.
f.tThe River View is most delightfully
situated, facing the Halifax river on the
Seabrweze side between the two upper
bridges; well conducted and a table
equal to higher priced houses. Call, see
place and get terms.
Many of the superstitious colored peo-
ple imagined that Gabriel was getting
ready to blow his horn last Sunday
evening. A fire in the swamps some-
where in the back country caused the
sky to be vividly illuminated.
giMrs. E. B. Moore, the milliner, has
just received a fine new line of hats and
flowers for Easter. Anyone wanting a
pretty Easter hat had better come
a-running, as they are selling fast. More
new ones are arriving daily, however.
The Hawaiian Glee Club played to a
patked house again Wednesday evening.
It is remarkable how these people draw
enormous crowds wherever they go. At
Miamni and Palm Beach they never failed
to please tlw many members of New
York's "400" who arn wintering there.
ttyMiss Slough still makes those
shell pins for visitors.
SJ. R. lHill has sold out his stock of dry-
goods. along with his real estate to
Major J. A. Hendricks, of Bessemer. Ala.
An inventory will be taken the corning
week and thie store will open under the
new management next Thursday noon.
Mr. Hill will remain here for a few


months and will then probably remove
to Colorado.
II"Winter has gone, summer is here,;
buy a sunnmmer hat at Moore's.
Mr. and- Mrs. J. C. Norby, of Ada.
Minn., who have been spending the win-
ter at Goodall, left yesterday on their
way home. They went from here to
Sanford, from where they will take a
steamer to Jacksonville. Mr. Norby is


1'New Oxford ties for ladies at Moore
Bros.
Barber Bea Der has disposed of three
of his rattle-snake skim to guest of the
Grand Atlantic.
IW'Brain bread, the great brain devel.
opera and nerve builder, fresh every day
at the Gramling Bakery.
Rev. Wetherford, of Port Orange. will
preach at the M. E. Church, South, to-
morrow at eleven o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark, of Toledo, Obio,
who have been rooming over Clark's
store, left Tuesday for their home.
Phiny Jewell, a brother to ex-Post--
master General Jewell, is at the Palmetto.
The gentleman hails from Toledo, Ohio.
WMrs. Douglass, the milliner, has just
received a new lot of Easter hate and
flowers. Call and we the beautiful de-
signs.
Taxpayers have until the 30th of this
month to pay their state and county
taxes. After that date a penalty will be
attached.
A card party and dance will be given
by the Big4 this evening. Music will be
furnished by the Fielder-Helme-Fielder
Orchestra.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Young, of Frank-
fort, Kentucky, who have been spending
the winter in the Jones cottage on the
beach. left last Saturday forhome.
1.Mrs. Spangler will take pupils in
dancing, society or fancy steps. at was-
onable rates. Children' class meets
Saturday at Keating's Casino at 2 p. m.
The lady guests of the Palmetto held a
sale of fancy goods in the hotel parlors
Tuesday, the proceeds going to the bene-
fit of St. Luke's Hospital at Jacksonville.
Something over $100 was netted.
U(Only the best at the Gramling
Bakery.
A large nuimbtr of new names appear
on the register of the Despland every
day. This hotel has enjoyed a very
good season and all the guests speak
very highly of the management.
PiFinest line of honme-made candies at
the Gramling Bakery.
Mrs. C. L. Smith won the gramaphone
which was raffled off at the Clarendon
Inn last Friday evening. A month or so
ago Mrs. Smith's daughter. Miss Ora,
held the lvcky number on one that was
disposed of in the same way by H. L.
Kochersperger.
@L.A beautiful assortment of souvenir
spoons at Clark's.
Prof. Miller, the slight-of-hand artist,
gave a very creditable entertainment at
the opera house last Saturday evening.
The house was not crowded, but the per-
formance deserved much better patron-
age than it received. The professor gave
several performances at the different ho-
tels this week, all of which were highly
appreciated.
1WHurd's linen lawnat Geo. H.Clark's.
Fred Maley has met with another mis-
fortune. Early in the winter he fell and
broke his arm, and it had just begun to
heal nicely. Last Sunday he piloted the
Columbia down to Turtle Mound, and
as the passengers were landing one gen-
tleman weighing something less than
400 pounds, lost his balance as he was
leaving the boat and grabbed Mr. Maley,
pulling him in the water and again break-
ing the injured member.
g1'MacKenzie will have a very at.
tractive Easter display. i
County Superintendent of Schools Bert
Fish will graduate from the Law De-
partiment of the John B. Stetson 'Uni-
versity in April, and will then hang out
his shingle as a full fledged lawyer.
There are few young men in Florida
more ambitious than Bert Fish, a young
man. reared and educated in Volusia
county He poessees the ability to
make a lawyer, and in his chosen pro-
fession lie will be succesful before the
bar.--DeLand Record.


Toemoka iver
The launch Cruiser makes daily
up the Tonmoka River. leaving the
in front of the Bank building at
8. In.. and Grand Atlantic dock at
Fare for round trip,. 1.00.


trips
dock
8:00
S:30.


To vm Ci stomeor anad rloeads.
After being bunrnt out in Jacksonville
and having tben an invalid for several
years. I deidedl to locate in Daytona.
I intended to only try for enough busi-
ness to support my family and take
things somewhat easy. putting in a
good deal of ny time Iout doors. But
the business has grown to large dimen-
sions. so much sol it compels me to keep


very much Ipleased with Daytona and close to business to
suburb and says lie will probably be tthe same, and thli
with us again next winter. h ialth he suffered
1L an .,.td. iioir lif.


properly look after
I'onqulence is my
from it anid must
S f ...bm.ild.. I aI h


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See C. C.


Stationery
Books
Confectionery
Jewelry
Purses
Fishing Tackle
Baskets
Kodaks
Bike Supplies
Dolls


BARNS

at the itOVELTY S.
for anytMing O*.lna ow Mbavml.
Newspapers M gagimq
Makiei Goods Artuis O
Fraet hiX
Clocks Wefsme
Toilet Articles hetKa
SSportlag Goods Omes
Bird Cages and OlaI
SuppHes Schoolouppls
Window Shades Maks
Toys Notioms -


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Lowny'.s a Wiley'.sCocolates always fresh. Sewing macbi for sa
for rent, and repaired. All sorts ol tooblsand machinery repaired prompt.
......Picture Frames Made to Order......


at 0 4


What You Want.. F ind
WhaS You Wannt ..... hylCaIon BARNES.

- -


Colonel and Mrs. Post are at Wash-
ington.
Strawlerries are now on the local
market at 25 cents a box.
The pay train passed through here
Thursday, and made the railroads em-
ployes happy.
The DeLand high school will close the
29th ianst owiu-nr to tlhe fact that ,no


N'Graharin and rypn bn-ead at the alreuiu a. .. ,r n, uI e ..1.. ....... .....
Graling Bakery. therefore decided to .ell thew whole- plant funds are on hand to continue it.
Gramling Bakery.
to any one who wisles to invest in a
The musical given by the Stetson I ni- profitable. quick. ca-h business: one The southbound freip. It is said tre heay
versity delegation at the Baptist, Friday which will net to an actual e I that e
The 1are carrying more freight than ever
evening, was a grand success. The pro- business man forty ler cent. a year on are arringmo
gram rendered by Mrs. C. B. Rosa. pi- whole investment. A lump sum, spot
anist; Leo Benedict, violinist; Edw Ilene- cash. for stock, fixtures, bake shop Osborn Dargen and Savilla Thomas.
diet, flutist, and Miss Hattie Mae Por- horses and wagons. If sold it will likely the colored couple who have been con-
ter, soprano, would be a credit to any be conducted or same lines as hereto- templating marriage for some time, were
city glee club. The church wishes us to fore; if not sold I certainly will continue finally united in wedlock, Thursday even-
exDrets their sincere thanks to those it as heretofore with improve:nent and inu. at the Bantist church in Wavcross.


To tohe hPbl Ic GTooral
Bunnell's Saw and Planer Mill is now
p)repard to furnish rough and dressed
lumber at short notice; delivered either
by land or water. Wood and slabs for
sale at all times.
A. A. Brt'uNLL, Proprietor.

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


MACKEZIE
Is offering special inducements to
buyers in leather novelties; shells cu-
rios and souvenirs; a good variety to
select from; new goods every day.
Florida fruit jellies and home made
candy. Look out for attractive
Faster dianSDav come and hp _11


The Second Shipment of our


Summer


Dress


...Goods...


JUST RECEIVED.


The Line Consists in Part of

Plumatis Cords

Woven Madras

Beverly Dimity

Satin Stripe Dimity
Organdies

Japonicas

IAnon Madras
Gelatea Cloth


Also a full line of......


LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS AND SKIRTS.


Winter is going, summer is coming. Our new line of
Gent's Summer Hate and Clothing is now on the way.


f'loore Bros.


*


Bingham 3 Maley


......Have just received a tine line of......


Rockers and. Chairs, Baby Carriages,


Go Carts, Refrigerators and Rugs.


They sell Sherwin-Williams Paints.


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Oa.hl&co w usne 0.L
ADV3ETaim RATiMB
S D&W, 10c per Im" Each Insermtio
easars, 10c per Lie Each Insrtion.

CO--....antkton on live topic of
los .istret solicited. Anything per-
tafIngtopersomU grievaeees or quarml
ww not be published except over the
wrier's signature, and at our regular
advertising rates.

E-tseed at the Postomi at Daytons,
Florida, as Second Class Matter.


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That we have thb aust a tW nt of
groeerM in the city. Price aft right.


D. F. MORRISON


Londg..J014 Stand*


Phone 19.


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Fun!

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BORN QUICK PRINT SHOP

frisky Goat that they offer
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Q .I) I JJUI A n ew hour. heated through-out by hot
air, new furnishings, everything

to any one that will ride "it" and to make ue be.

not fall off. The "trial" will be ,.G .....w..

s)eld in fro)t of tbe office, north -

Beacb street, at 3.00 P. M. 660 Palms
This popular home-like boarding


Mor


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SHROVE TUESDAY JOKES.


In all countries where Lent is kept-
inpet in Russia. where Ash Wednes-
a i s not observed-Shrove Tuesday.
t0 lat day before the beginning of the
p tsentlal sMson, has been given over
to mumminla sports and practical
glas. In both Engaand and Scotland.
la which latter place the day It known
asrait sn, it was in imes Pst a
great holiday for the apprentices and
classes generally.
A grewome joke was played by
ILts. XL one Shrove Tuesday when at
lght he ordered his guards to rouse
ft sleeping villagers near and bring
them to the castle. From almost ev-
ry tree in the surrouading wood, It Is
md, a dead body dangled, and to the
muesc of his fiddlers Louis compelled
the villagers to take a gibbeted corpse
or partner and dance before It till
eorniag. Those who had husbands,
thartaor relative among the
Wad were ed to have them for
partners.
Later Charles IX. enjoyed a practical
joke at Shrovetide that was less grim
tla ts character, secretly giving ten of
the most skillful pickpockets In Paris
full leave to steal whatever they could
without being found out at the carni-
val ball. Louis himself enjoyed their
dexterity and the dimnay of those
who missed their jewels, swords, gir-
die and other valuables.
Am uariy Press Ageat.
Though absurd wagers, often Incon-
ventencing other people, are now
eametimes made, they are not so prev-
alent as in the eighteenth and early
part of the nineteenth centuries. The
asaurdity of a wager made by some
pqsrog in 1789 is only equaled by the
a~tdulity of the multitude. On Jan.
16 of that year, according to wide-
r ead announcements, a person would
play on a walking cane at the Ray-
market theater the music of every In-
strument, get into a quart bottle and
wNle the sing several songa, at the
amea time permitting any spectator
to handle the bottle. The theater could
hold but a small proportion of the im-
mease crowd, but the performer did
aNt appear. Some person behind the
certain announced that if the audience
weld remain there until the next
meraing instead of going into a quart
bottle he would get into a pint one.
Bat, though the multitude had faith
In the quart, the pint bottle was too
mach. A riot ensued, and the interior
st the theater was destroyed.-London
Chr~nale.
PARAGONS OF DUTY.
sIwl Lges* of FlUal Ptety as
Pr*Metwed la Jawms.
The Japanese make much of the duty
of children to parents. In some of
their popular stories they exaggerate
the wbotesome virtue until It becomes
aaird. There is a group of such tales
Called "The Four and Twenty Para.
8a- of Filial Piety," some of which
Mr. Basil Hall Chamberlain collects in
"Thiags Japanese."
Oe Is the ory of the paragon whose
era1 spmother was very fond of fish.
bIa af of her harsh treatment he lay
aW~e on a from lake until his body
Malted a hole in the ice. He caught
Mwo sh that came up to breathe and
Ot them before his stepmother. An-
ther paragon lay uncovered at night
ta irder that the mosquitoes should
AMten on him alone and allow his
parents to slumber undisturbed.
Still another, who was extremely
poe, determined to sacrifice his own
ubsM in order to save food to support
as aged mother. He was rewarded
1y heaven with the discovery of a ves-
So lialed with gold. on which the whole
tnaily lived happily ever after. A
South gave her father a chance to es-
espe while she clung to the Jaws of the
tier which was about to devour him.
The drollest story of all is of Rovai-
shi. This paragon, although seventy
atrMs old used to drtue in lut.l'a


ov V Tour rByfc.
If your eyesight is good. take care of
It. Look away off yonder every time
you get to the bottom of a |I>ae lu
reading. If It is defective, let tno fool-
ish pride prevent you from wearing
the proper glasses.
There is no sense In bandicapping
yourself In life when a piece of glass
before each eye will make your vision
as good as It possibly can be. The ocu-
list will not advise you to wear glasses
if you do not need them any more than
he will prescribe a drug you do not
need.
Plenty of people, though, do not
know that they have defective sight
because they have never really seen at
all. They have headaches, inflamed
eyes. sties, even much graver troubles.
foem the strain of trying to see with
eyes that were put up wrong. There
are cases where homicidal Insanity
has been completely cured when im-
paired vision has been corrected.-
Harvey Sutherland in Ainslee's Maga-

A ser4Ntural Mute.
"I'll be ready for you in a minute."
mid the old colored farmer to the
sheriff; "des es soon es I feeds Solo-
mon.9"
"Who's Solomon ?"
"He's my mule, subh. Dat what be
name is."
"Why did you give him that name?'"
"Kase he de wises' mule in de coun-
ty, suh. en he t'inks dat fast travelln'
Is all wanity en wexatiou er sperrit,
thus fulfillin' de book er Proverbs!"'-
Atlanta Constitution.


Falted to Cateh the Tune.
A professor in an old Pennsylvania
college was conducting a review in
Latin. Of a sleepy looking youth be
asked the question, "What construe-
tion is that at the top of page twelve?"
"I don't know," was the prompt re-


d a y houne is beautifully situated on
aid 9 R Beach Street facing the Halifax
River. The rooms are large and
:h 2 4 the table board excellent. The
S. house in but three blocks from the
lm)itofvie and convenient to all
K BD JIthe 4hunrlhes and but one niile
from the liach. Rates reasonable.
r frieOds .. Mt'OLL'uM. 'roprietor.

TED GRANITEWARE

L E O T IO N A large line of granite w:re'just received.
See the bargains on our and
J .Jp 10 cent couniiters. oli't illisn it.
aniq Lua apel*MOuaw o) pnojd oo) mw.l
Moo puow miq pa3daos pus al(3a u
A al do paxim )o I miq pesnjaj I
uoMM pus l*aJO ua pasodoad eq a"
"o qAl--(aesllo0 mo.ia) aUsnoo sill
Smiq 3daje oo amo( JA no o
PIP MLoB i)uomaSafua pusnoq v Jo a
oulojaq *q3) o-jossajoi.d uq3 g.usm
o0) Salos jaj s aie noS o puy--H
*i oUi p&.spenEU
spuoq aqi
p3eoid o0) s*uawim AH w n ulia|q aql j M i ? A T
0) amsMlom jo IJeooods0 aP v ppv *u| L OOre s AINTS
*-3aqjAO qJnoJq) pouaqSnoa j| !:Ja3u *
xu.oq q)lM qssv *saaJ vs e.Aops aq)
jil au|lued.n) qla qsllod eq) ulqj, u .
mjia LjSajma aq pinoqs 1i *ploo ~lpaj
-jad Jao oq )1 nuaqA 31 q awq 0) 4
JAs fl inp e*Iqaa aauip d sedaeo
.asnoq ,q jo .ao ., .Aovs ui.al I J. \H Niver & Son,

FURNITI'RE, II.1RDWARE anidl
TABLL of Wbe TIDES. I 'NDERT.KINI;,
Week beginning Marth 23, 1902. Sal (Old StanR d.
a. lI. .
Sunday.............................. :48 7:08
Monday............................. 7:30 7:50C A BIRCHW OOD
Tuesday ............................:10 A BIRWD,
Wednesday............. ..... M:49 9:0i;
Thurday..........................9:27 9:45 I A
Friday............................... 10:0-5 10:25
i- :011n Westerim


Saturday.........................10:45
I.OW TIDE.
Sunday..............................12:40
Monday................ ......... 1:23
Tuesday .......................... 2:04
Wednesday ...................... 2:44
Thursday........................ 3:22
Friday............................ 4:00
Saturday................ 4:40


11 :OS
1:00
1:401
2:17
2:5:2
3:128
4:05
4:42


MEATS

Poultry, *tc.


Ceilt rallY I..ixated'l "IN lBen'


J, II U~Y'U
J. C.

I
Wimise voumLaeYUc[JSWYSA~
Tuli sapply of an kinds of ab


aet sami md uppes always am hld.

*eg@- m-d W OO


OCEAN HOUSE,
F. W. A1M, P aari 0
Rates: g M Upwrd; il to
olear, Boardi.
MW sYRtNA, ILOmDA.

Thompson, t Twi*

High Grade Tailorig Specialty.
Suits made to order for $18 and
up; Pants for 4 and upwak.
emfi tanRI ,"It gMmsms is wn
Cottae Ave., rear of City Hotel..
DAYTONA, FLOw DA.

WANTED-StEVMAL PwMO or CuAs-
acter and good reputation in each state
(one in this county required) to repre-
sent and advertise old wstablhMed
wealthy busineM house of solid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expenses additional, all payable in cash
each Wednesday direct from head ofiMces.
Horse and carriage furnished when nec-
ceesary. BRferences. Enclose self-ad-
dremed-stamped envelope. Manager,
316 Caxton Building, Chicago.

T5he OAKS
Beautifully Located on Ridgewod! Ave..
Daytona, Florida.
NOW OPEN TO (;I'FSTS.


at re-a


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STATESVK
When wrlt t* 3li


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RACKET S9


As I am making some ch gesin

my busm ne I will sell at half price

some lines of goods. Come and see.


GEORGE W RAY.


H. V. BRACEY


I;PLIOLSTERER AND


SIANUFA(1U'RER or HIG'H GR.


.aie l ,,. Moss and Fiber MattrIe
Dealer in %eond Hand Furniture and Stover. N
A, p iYour ( ill Furniture Made as ;m.l Fam n
('ottag Avenue i)AVIiA,. FLA. Second Avenne. oppilmite 8chmidt's Villa, Phone 9 DAYToNA, FLo
Cottage A- nu- -o--ME=#A


U5he Northern

MEAT MARKET


J. L. Odumn, Ppop.mto..
The finest Market South of Jarksonville.
A full stoc-k of all kinds of Fr-.sh Florida
and \WestvTrn M,.ts.


"TEESTCATOPFIl


asTHE EASt COAST OP FLO WIDA
IS PARADISE REGAINED."


FLOMIA CEAT COAST RAILWAY.


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LOCAL TIME CARDONo. 38. In E~d Jamaq 0, 5I9I


1011.99 11.2111 No.231Ne.351 MAIN LINEMNLa s 7


loul1trY a 1~at


I).AYTO( N.


S. ff. GOVE,
Architect, B5
and Contracl
le INvnit itu IIePf11t. ii-theas
Kidgewv ou and lVo lusia a
'Phone 89. DAYTON

EUROPEAN HM

I JiangN 4 1 W 4) 1 1 EXx.'


4 h -tI1vA%,IIIe


OYSI'ERKS
FISH and

CLAMS

1 I ii. v,.l frshi **v
I ;nd d,.livcii-. t


I20plIS p 7 5G 940a Lv.... Jacksonville....Ar 700p 7 0p 9Mp T7 n
RIIDA. .......... ...... 9 4a .....So. Jacksonville..Lv rip .p
p U00p OWa 1l66a ......St. Augustine...... 50p p p p 0Ma
....... .............. U 27a .........Hastings ......... p .. .................
S10 lOp I40p 940a 11 4a .......East Palatka ...... 4 p 0 mp 06p .
S ....... ....... L....... I p .......... NeogS.......... S P .. ... .......
Sp....... ....... ....... 3-p ......... Bunnells......... 4 p ..... ....... .......
uIilder UIp -3Up147a 5......... Ormond......... 3 p 417p 701p 4
tor. 1 3 lI6p 3Mplo066 1 p .........Daytona......... 33:p Mp $0p 4S
to2. ... .... F, p .......Port Orange. ....... 3 1 p ... ....... .......
st corner of a 12 5a 17p 1 a p .......New Smyrna ...... 3 o p p 0p 4
venues. ........ ..... ...... p .........Oak Hill......... 38 .. ...... ......
L 12a 6 WpaOp 3 3 i. i p ........ Tituville........ 0s l UIp 4 s p i '
MAI ...LA a.... 3a2p ........... Coco.......... p. .... ..
S8 0 0op a1 p 00p 3 38p ........ Rocklede ........ "0p l2ip 415p .2W'
2. p....... Lp........EauGalic ........U81, lp p.
....... 30p....... l30p ........Melbourne........ V p liS p 4l4 p.......
OUSE. .... .... ....... ........ Sebastian ........ ...... .............
..... ..... ....... p .........St. c e ......... 10 47a ..............
a 67 a 746p Up VU 05p ....... Fort Pierce ...... 10 4is121ST. 30 p MID
......t ....... L fp ........ W hi City ...... ') i .... ... .......
...t. .P '...........T l i ......... 13 ..... ....... ...
....... ........... Eden........... ,, m:i' ..... ..............
* ir. ....... ....... .......... Jensen ........... l' i .. ..... ....... .......
....... li. i Stp.......... Stuart.......... 9 s ..................... -
na. r ida ... .......: ?p ....... Hope found ....... S ....... ....... .......
S...... Z ....... 7 3)p ....... West Jupiter ...... 9 l ......... ............
540 &a1B l 16p 0 p Ar..West Palm Beach.... 8a51046 I
65 fi, 4 !4p Ap> )Hotel Royal PoincianS. a:10 p
9so0a iom)a,; 2 0 p 2p Lv....The Breakers...... 8s a oa10
S5a 410fa c t40p M p .Hotel Royal Poinciana. 8l10sI 1p
145a 615ai $ 1Op O0p I o0p .... WestPalmBeach..Ar 8OOal10l0 p p 1
7 .................... 9 09 .........Boynton ......Lv 7 5 a .....................
10 a .............. ...... C3p .....FortLauderdale..... le a ....... ..............
11 a ..... .. ..... 10 p ....... Lemon City ....... 6 a ..................... 4
1141 a S 10 a l 10 p 6 OplOS p Ar....... Miami .......Lv 65Oa S8 aU as U, O 409


#I*% f i


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E. G. LONG & CO.
!h n


N%*.I N1, I',-I v I: uIf '.c.% L 'e'p S1 V4'iv If Ar-
Ix S t-e t. wtter will good )1 i's,ut11wti mi'll 'nh st ate
(mle in thliN ,iiSlql It' ei

St. tuilijig. S~tI t.l* v $11 'Is.111 *.-lY ~wit If


Dartona,


St,t


Is prepared to furnish fine. fresh home-
made candies. either at wholesale or
retail. at his tore in Seabreeze. Try the
Salt Water Taffy. t'andies fresh daily.

R. D. YENNING.
Attorney-at-Law.
DeLand, Flo rida.
Will practice in State and Federal Courts


Having purchased Mr. Lindbu.rg's in-
terest in the bakery business, I have
removed to the...
Harroun Building
in the rear of the Opera House, where I
will continue the manufacture of Bread,
Pies. Cakeus and all kinds of Baker's
goods, and will furnish Fancy Cakes,


Steam nnd Hlit Water Heating.
Estimates Furnishedl. Work Guaranteu.d
1'. 0. Box 2M,5.
iffvie at European lHotel. Shop in r,-r.
Daytona. Fla.


Do You Smoke?
Well, then you like fine
Cigars. You will find th -
fine't qualities, and the
largest assortnient at the

City Hotel.


w 'i*: .;-AKE OUR It ILMIM fool, s~j***.
.Prit v ii mmoll r bro-a,,I
SThat it is the Ine '~t 11.6hi leii4, palat-

ltiy fpolule in thim ttp%% u.
Ma........ L........... :- .......


Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St Avgusinth
JACKSONVILLE TO 8T. AuGuiXrLA.
SII I I
**..23.*.8.27 *No.3.M. M 11*. 31. e37. *14 f
Lv. Jacksonville........... 76a|5 o5N19 t o2a 9 s4al 30130 I 0 0p *3 s N8sNa apai
Ar. St. Augustine 455s 1 o a 1 0 W oal 1 56 S 330p 00p 510p *8pP SMpi p
ST. AUGUSTINE TO JAoCKS1VILLE.
*J*.98*'*.92 No.1O*N.44 s N.6S1eas.3'.750*l8.l74u .e *2 *
Lv. St. Auiustine........ 1 54 1 .na ) A, 8 ln o,1 10 &11 40 a -50p lp -oP
Ar. Jack.*nvilll... ..... 7 a .. 5 if a- 5 a 1,) la 12 l Oall 02 700p, 7 l0p lm 3 t 80
SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.


STATION&. [N.hs1N.Se2
Lv. Jaeks.oanii ..ISaa:111 ~20Up
S.Jack."vieml6:1 s'3: 2 0 Opp
Pablo Heah.. laSp10014p
Atlantic 99,h.1,50:17Up1,0O 606:1 2 topi
Ar. Mayport .... to9Soa 7?15p 11 10a 3 03
XAYPORT TO JACKSONVILLE.


8ANORD B31A C-.
*.m.111 STATIONSS. *N.12
7 a ,Lv..........Tituvlille......... Ar 1 0 p
7 18 a;............... Mi s.......... C7p
S & a ............ Osteen .............. 1 5p
86a 1............ Enterprise ............ II a
8OaAr ...... ...Sanford........... Lv 11 '4)a


STATIlONS.Io.7s~iu.1s.3m.S
Lv. Palatka. 1 V 1aIU 15&12hIWpItoo $as~p
Ar.E. P'l'tkal Seai Ma86&l 6pl4pt$up
EAST PALATXA TO PALATKA.
STATION&s
Lv. E.PTtkal 8 45 ia 9 46 &111 48 &12 47p 5 S 6UP
Ar.1-Palatka 19 fl5iai05&1I08PI 37piU~p
SAN MATRO BRANCH.

6 35;1,.T45 a Lv E. Palatka..Arl 8 36 7Isp
568p Mu~aAr San-Mateo..Lyv8Th15 70P
ORANGE CITY 21MA CH.


*Daily. Daily except Sunday. IlMai!y <- .;t MI..nday. :Sunday olny.
Trainsdonotstopat stathIon ,<,pp.,i'. iih ii,, time is shbwn.
TheseTime Tables show the times at which trai m nisy be expected to arriveanddeprt
from the several -t.ations. but thlir arrival *,r 'i.'pat iir- ,r r the times stated is not guaranteei,
nor does the Oompany hold itself responsible fvr uay delay or any consequences arid
therefrom.


BETWEEN MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.
Commencing January 6, 19I2.
Lv. Miama, Mons.. Thur................. 30 p Lv. Nassau, Wols.. Sat .................... No*
Ar. Na au, Tues.. Fris....................8 0up Ar. Miami. Thurs., Sunsd.................. 6
Commencing February 3, 19u2.
Lv. Miami, Mons., Weds., Fris.............3 00 p Lv. Nassau, Tues., Thurs.. sats............U *
Ar Nasau, Tucm., Thurs., SatO............6 8a Ar. Miami, Weds., Fris.,Suns...............6**
MIAXI-HAVANA DIRECT LINE.
Commencing January 1 i0.
LV. Miami, Suns.. Weds..................11 80op Lv. Havana, Tues., Fri........ .....12 M
Ar. Havana, Mona., Thurs................. sU p Ar. NMiami, Weds., Sate................I **
IAX.., KEY WEST AND HAVANA.


EVER)

ard their

IN VI


NO COL


clothe and sprawl about the floor. His Why not?" thundered the professor.
object was piously to delude his par- "1 have been harping on that construe-
eats, who were more than ninety years on all term."
etof age, into the idea that they could "1 know you have, professor," was
st be so very old after all, seeing that the oft reply"bhavet haven't caught
they had an Infant son. the tune et."
sam r aI Clsr Cuttuers. eted Poetmen.
The large man had Just bought a so- The native runner postmen of Natal
porc black cigar and was inserting it are strikingly picturesque when on
in the cutter. business bent. With their sandaled
"Don't do that!" exclaimed the tall feet and headdress of dried leaves
man ofdcadaverousrfeature.I
"Good gracious, why not?" demand which rattle as they run, and a mill-
Sthe large fellow, wtary greatcoat, underneath which Is a
"You t with me for ve l- garment called the mucetu, they travel
S wat here with me for five wn-for miles at a jog trot at four tmles an
ates, and you'll see why not."how and receive as payment $5 a
A uas Case up and bought a cigar. o n
Ho wetted the mouth end slightly, put
it In the cutter, lighted it and walked Won te Crowd.
ar. Charley Burley, the abolitionist. In
"Did you see that" asked the ca- the midst of an antislavery speech was
daverows ma. "Did you see his color struck by a decayed g full in the
and hollow cheeks? It be isn't in the tace. Pausing to wipe away the con-
last stages of consumption, I don't tents of the mlisile, he said calmly, "1
want a cent. Can't you Just imagine have always contended that proslavery
the tabercle bugs in that cigar cutter?" arguments were very unsound." The
hea sAdtriumphantly. crowd roared, and he was no longer
hs larkp man didn't say anything. monStem
Sbe hl asked anxious.
Im tb. .ef5 A... mln,,man # wm e. h e. abe4i Mth b.e .. t..nh


cern.. 3---s-agetw afadIE.eadAvonue.


Saturday, March a, eIos.


HALIFAX WAGON WORKS


M. M. Gsodwin, Proprietor.

.MANI.'FAC'TtRERt OF...
Fine Wagons
*nd Carriages.


General Blacksmitlzg and Repairing.
SCIENTartC HORSE-J*HOEING A SPECIALTY.


Shop-near Bond & Bond Lumber Yard,


U -


I




u-~ ~1M~'
Jim


j. c. ace.,


D vtona Ice Co.
-W w i. w. i, M.nager.



PURE ICE

Made from Distilled Water.

Factory open from 7 to 12 Sundays.


Vol.tRs A, ma asd RlkUroad.

N. ERICKSON
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

Doors and Window .r ens, l'ieturep
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
Furniture Repairing done on sAort notki


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5 MIH &~s~NLinieu and Genve -
F~frNMuinsNotion%, ste.


We have just received an gant line of Burnt Leather Goods,

misting of purses, cardcaaes, tobacco pouches, match scratches,


etc. These have "Daytoa" burned on the reverse side. t

OUR NEW LINE OF JEWELRY IS SOMETHING

you shoudsee to appreciated B B B B 'B '


We are still closing out our MENS' SUITS.



Smith NORTH BEACH ST.
Sm-ith&SonDAYTONA.


LOCAL OVERFLOW.
The county convicts will be put to
work on the Daytona-DeLand road
next week.
The GAz"rrrE-Ngws desires very much
to have correspondents at Ormond, Sea-
breeae and Goodall.
Superintendent Bert Fish was over
from DeLand last Saturday, and favored
our sancturn with a very pleasant visit.
Mrs. Seagrave Adams. the clever news-
paper correspondent of the East 1oast,
has been visiting the various coast re-
sorts and Tampa during the week.
Next Friday is good Friday, when a
gnat many Christians eat fish instead of
meat. "Hot-cross-buns" are also very
largely consumed on that day.
The Osceola Signal is the latest in the
Florida newspaper field to court favors.
It is published at Kiswimmee. the first
number appearing last week. It is a
very neat and newsy sheet.
The Hotel Indian River, at Rockledge,
which was conducted lby Arthur L.
Marsh, was closed last week by creditors.
It is said that it will open again next
season under the same management.
Everybody that has a strip of garden
land about the city seems to be putting
out a spring garden. Our seasons are
getting better or truckers know better
how to grow crops in these latter yea s.
Tomorrow is Palm Sunday. In the
Catholic Church there it a very pretty
easmony performed on that day. It is
that of the blemsing and distributing
pams to the faithful before mass is said.
Easter is a week from tomorrow. This
event dos not come always on the same
8maday eech year. Some times the dif-
Meame i a month. The day is invari-
ably the first Sunday following the first
fil moon after the 22nd of March.


We are under compliments to W. II.
Gregg. of St. Louis, for a very handsome
book. entitled 'How, When and Wlrv
to Catch Fish on the East Coast of
Florida." The book is profumely illus-
trated in colors and it. a very handAmneo
work.
Chas. W. Eaton. a visitor from (Grand
Rapids, Mich., died very suddenly of
bhart failure Thursday evening. The
body was prepared by Bingham&n Maley
and will be sent to his late hon,'e today.
Mr. Eaton was captain of a -omp.iany
of militia in Grand Rapids. and was a1
Knat Templar. as well as a ineniber of
tag yal Legion. lie wals 61 years of
age at the timenw of his deinise.


Paul Tilman. a colored lad. was a r-
rested at Ormond yesterday by Deputy
Sheriff Rodgers and brought before Jis-
tier Williams on a charge tof petty lar-
ceny. The crime he was arrested for
was the stealing of a base ball. bat and
glove. He is creditePw'ith several other
small thefts around Daytona the past
few weeks, and this week lie went into
the opera house and broke several of the
lamps. 'Squire Williams decided that he
had better explain his conduct to Judge
Stewart.
Prof. James Grshiami. of Brooklyn.
came up to Daytona on board the house-
boat, Rose Marie. from a cruise down
the river last Saturday. Prof. Greshamn
is the inventor of a powerful explosive
made from bran, which he tried while at
Merritt a-id the explosive caused some
alarm. The Cocoa and Rockledge News
refers to it as follows: "Last Sunday
evening, near sundown, a heavy report.
resembling that of the largest cannon.
broke over the peaceful calm of the even-
ing and jarred tle very foundations of
the town and vicinity. Speculation vwas
r.fe, and instant inquiry was instituted
as to the cause. Tie general ikea plre.
vaile I that a gasoline tank on a launch
had exploded,and everyone settled down
to the belief that dreadful tidings were
to come from across the river, the direc-
tion from which the report came. ut
No bad tidings came. The report was
emsed by the setting off of a tw io uncet
l-ge of a new explosive invented iby
fuf. James Gresmam. of Santiago fame
Wheisaguest of the Hotel Riverview.
wAt .:9 nA--- .u .nt. f- tr


PORT ORANGE NEWS. SHAM DIAMONDS.
P'oHr ORA ., March 20:-J. H. Du Ther Are more Commoe Tham nb
Bois and wife visited in New Smyrna Generally Imnsmed.
last week; Mrs. Du Bois returning Thurs- A point in favor of the diamond is
day and Mr. Du Ibis Saturday. that its imitation is more or less easy
of detection. A real diamond cannot
Mr. Appeinseller's house is enclosed. It be touched with a file. and a false one.
will Ie quite an addition to the aviilue. though it can be made to scratch
glass, will not cut quartz. Its brillisn-
Dr. Hodgens and party left Friday ey also fades, while the real diamond
morning on the yacht hDora fur a cruise is absolutely permanent. It reflects
in southern waters,. all the light falling on its posterior sur-
R. 1). Harriugton and daughter, also face at an angle of incidence greater
addagothan "4 degrees 13 minutes. but its
Miss Lorff,a friend. ar sending a week than 24 degrees 13 minutes, but Its
counterfeit only reflects half this light
at the Port Orange House. They ar- But the imitation of the diamond
rived Friday. may be more common than Is imag-
Miss Mand Milburn returned home ined. There Is a good story of one of
Wednesday front Miami, where she was the famous M. Bourguignon's custom-
called professionally. era. A lady went into the well known
Paris atelier of sham gems and asked
Mr. Andrews and party returned Mon- the price of a parure in exact imitation
day on the yacht Dolphin. They went of the one she produced. "Was M.
down as far as Palm Beach. Bourguignon sure that the Imitation
would be perfect? Had he observed the
J. II. Du Boi. and wifa are so charnied peculiar beauty and purity of the
with this locality they have guine to stones?" The reply came: "Be calm.
housekeeping for a time on our twa-h. Madame. The same workman shall
Mrs. rohnof the Port Oran geHouse have the job. You may rely upon an
Mrs. r of the rt Oran ou exact counterpart of hisformer work."
entertained the hotel guests and a few Pulverized quartz is used for these
others very pela.santly Thursday even- stones, and it Is supplied in the sand
ing. The affair was in honor of Mr. and from the forests of Fontainelleau.
Mrs. Cushman who left the next day for Hundreds of men and numbers of wo
the North. Mumic. both vocal and in- men and girls are employed in the
strumental, recitations and ice cream Bourguignon business, and they make
and cake were the order of the evening not only diamonds, but pearls, emer-
alds. rubles and sapphires. The girls
Friday evening then- was a very en- line the false pearls with fish scales.
joyable hop at itidgewood Hall. and wax, polish and color with mineral
the other "stones."-Gentleman's Mag-
Our card party Tuesday evening was. ar!-n.
as usual,a very pleasant o(M.asioni. Mrs.
Bradle.r wav s our ihosteo mAmatl an Thew sleel


I mild weather," says a gentleman
The Epi-copal choir. after their wee'-kly farmer quoted by the Philadelphia
rehearsal on Saturday evening. were .n- Record, "my horses and cattle sleep
tertained at an impromptu supper by afield, and sometimes I wander softly
Capt. Cha". Fozzard who did the hnlors among them In the moonlight. It is
of the occasion with his usual graceful strange to see how they lie, with every
urbanity. head pointed in the same direction, the
direction from which the wind Is blow-
Geo. F. Luflierry has added another ing. I)o you know why that Is? It is
palmetto timber n iiiine to his factory at i because they have In them an Instinct
Orita. of fear, and they front the wind so
that their keen noses may catch in-
a: aitl tha 1- b Af hn sa.inni.Ah.


A NOBLE MAN.
lD-ITOR iA7AZ:TTi"-:-.NEWS:--III tll" dtilltli
of Ex-G(ov. Altglid. olf Illinois. a t pleni-
did man has goine to his rest. Hisdeath.
like his life. was grand, heroic; dying as
he did at tli' chi( oif O(lie of his earliest
aPiw.als I'ft-ir the' l(o'pile for right and
justice to hlis fellow ainai
His tak igi off will :P. aiin irreliarilsie


still LUn ULl e rt nreatu oU an approach
uing danger. Poor things! All you
have to do is to approach softly from
behind, and you can be right in among
them before they are aware of It. My
horses are even more cautious than
my cattle, for they, In addition to fac-
ing the wind, sleep also with one ear
cocked backward. Then I have a dog
that sleeps not only facing the wind
and with one ear cocked, but with one
eye open also. lie is, for sure, a cow-
ari "


losN tol tl- Ipeople ofI if this i.iuntri. asI
tlitre i, no one with tit lsanlle fearles-- I The White Pine.
nems and ability tVo take his lilace lutlt The white pine is distinctively a
even in d.atih lie is liursu.il lv the.: northern tree. The native distribution
tongue ofl hitter partizan .naluie. of the tree was from Newfoundland
Si on the east to Lake Winnipeg on the
Nobfhle, brave. i .l'-sa.ri. lg cha n I west and thence to the southern bound-
of th. i.ple.- rights. ltequiea at n aries of Wisconsin. Michigan. Penn-
peat'.. .IrII-E. sylvania. New Jersey and Connecticut
The white pine belt also followed the
Beetles' he muic Appalachian range as far to the south
While the structure of the music oup
as Georgia. The best growth of the
stridulatiing organs of beetles is ex- tree was in Maine and the British ter-
tremely simple they sometimes po- ritory east of the state, along the St.
sess contrivance t for varying the Lawrence river. In New Hampshire,
pitch. The getnera; structure of such Vermont, northern New York, Michl-
an organ is a hard surface covered gan, Wisconsin. Minnesota and cen-
with striations. over which some other trial Pennsylvania.
member of the body furnished with a
rasping edge or area Is rubbed. When Ciasifylng a mummir.
the striated edge is divided into parts The story is told of a French savant
with finer and coarser markings, varia- returned from Egypt bringing a royal
tons of pitch can be produced, mummy with him. and the case was
opened at Marseilles. Being told that
0m Hi. L-eft H-d. it contained a pharaoh, the officer
Teacher-lf you face the north, l- looked up pharaoh In the tariff, but no
rectly behnlud you will be south, on mention could he find of such an arti-
your right hantl will be east and on cie. Then it occurred to him that a
your left hand west (Seeing a lack of nice, high duty was on dried fish, and
attention the part of Bobby and the savant had to pay as if for that
wishing to catch him) What is on your coumnuodity.
left hand. Bobby? -
Bobby (in deep confusion)-Please, Alarc-'s Grave.
It's some tar, an' It won't come off." It is said ]that % le n Alaric. the cvn
queror of Itolu'. ,l!ed "a river was
Gownm and Their Wearers. turned aside to make a place in its
"The simpler the gown." some one ied for his gra\e. and when he was
had said. "the prettier a really beauti- buried the water was again let Into
ful woman appears." ,its foriucr chlanniel. atnd the prisoners
They all nodded, and presently one who had helped to bury him were
dear thing leaned over to another dear killed, sothat no oue might find out
thing and remarked quite casually. where the conqlueror of Rome was
"What an elaborate gown you have on, buried."
dear "--Chicago Post.
Comparlsons Are "Odorous."
%o Cosy orderss. "Well. I don't see much difference
Tom-I begin to believe in this flat between 'notoriety' and 'fame.'"
earth theory. "You don't? Then you wouldn't be
Dick-Why? able to distinguish between the per-
Tom-I can't hide from my creditors fume of lliul'rgcr lh'ese and that of
to save my life.-Detroit Free Press. the rose."-Philadelphia Press.


The
LAUNCH


w


"CoiumlI


10


--Jo


Is the largest and most comfortable excursion launch in these
waters; built last summer; tted with a ten horne-power Globe
engine, which means reliability. The boat has glass cabin forward.

Maketrip omo ka Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
to the Kleaving South Bridge at 8:30 a. m.
Monday, Wednesdays and from So. Draw
Friday trips are made to CW S y a at t:0) a. m.

The Columbia will give you more time than any other boat at the
Tomoka Cabin. Both the above trips are very pictureique.


Fare for Round Trip $1.00.


Lawnch "Yankee Doodle" for Charter.


McCOY BROTHERS


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% Perfumery and Toilet Articles. W
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* TRY OUR PINE T.AR COUGH BALMAM-23 cents a bottle. *
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9 &.a*root, 4 9 1 'P 4 DAYTONA. FLOR IDA *



BONB & BOND CO.,
(INCORPORATED)
-MANUFACTURERS OF--

Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,

Flooring, Ri4ing, Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
'Phone 83
Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager


The Nation's

"SANMATEO" Bestgar.
It's all Florida.


11liy buly iniJ)rtedl cigars., i ian l' roti h l ra- : y t r',api,;il. tii la;c.- ili*wto,,ri.l 1 itti ti)piiiiI
and other drugs. when you 4 1 tcan have' ti'. pinur. [I -iJla leiaf t ;a five-fent |prie?
Nix ,f 2:--1 .................. *l. FREE-BY MAIL*TO ANY ADDRESS.

SAN MMATLO.
S. W. ROWLEY, ^ ..LOIDA.



NORMAN S. DAYTON,


LUMBER
Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings. Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
'1hoie 1W 49.
Magiin lia Ave. andI F E. Ity. (a. i,t i 'o-ttfive,
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


Spencer B. Green


Sanitary Plumbing

Steam and Hot s

Water Heating. v


Agent for the Ericsson


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CmnaensUve"
Plem~rLAWS*"


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SCHMIDT'S VILLA Overlooking the Halifax Blver


v(1~


The hotel commands a most attraMeG
view in every direction and so tOW
location can be found in the vilef.
It is only one mile from the VW-
and ia convenient to the ds118
poatoflkc, churches and public meboeb
More sunny room@ than any other hot.
in town. Bath room and lavatori.


ALL MODERN CONVNIIMNC3S. CUISlIN UNZCg*LLV.
Rates.. *..O v owDa r010 pe r Week am" UVWdM.
Henry Schmidt. Proprietor, Daytoas, Flab
it.


BENNE TT HOUSE
ALBERT BENNETT. Proprietor.
This house is new and is situated on North Ridgewood; has all modern con-
venienes, heated with hot air; and all outside rooms, singly or en suite. One
suite with private bath; electric lights now in une; broad varandabh; cuiaine es-
cellent. IRates reaisoinabile. ai ndI everythingg idne, for the comfort of guests.
Daytona, Firlda.


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THE WHITE HOUSE
S. alweeze .\venue, SEABREEZE, FLA.

Renovated and Newly Furnished.

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


GRAND ATLANTIC HOTEL


(Formerly the Holly Inn)
Dartoma, Floridl.
Opens December Ist.
This popular homtlery has heeti remi-leled and enlarged to double its size; accomo-
rInodates 200 guests; it has been refurnished and decorated; electric lighted and
thoroughly heated; has new billiard and msnoking rooms, new ladies' parlor and
sun parlor. The Grand Atlantic is situated on the water front and has beautiful
Slawns, and south facing veranda; good Iboating and fishing from our own pier.
Rates moderate. Send for booklet. Jas. H. Johnsona So, IaMases


THE PALMETTO
C. O. CHAMBERLIN, PROP.

Now Open


Electric Lighted and Thoroughly Heated.l


Perfect Cuisine.


Hot and Cold tik *


Everything Striutly First Class. Rates Moderate.


Daytona House

NOW OPEN
Itaite from X7 to 4$14 Ir week. Situated on Orange Avenue.
T. L. RODGERS, Proprietot.


Seaside Inn
i Dititly on the -ean liwali iposit,. I)iaytoii.. .\w" and modern. Ol
and electric willM in every riioomiI. Ne\w I-ean| pier ailtd cawino.
1)l'NK EIE & A Io.SS. l'ropiriet.irs. GO(;))DALL. (fornm.erly ,Sabrcvse) FLORIDA.
S11iaiiie4r hitefl: (ceain Vie\w lioue10 lPigeon Cove, Mass.


FOUNTAIN CITY PHARI1ACY,
Non BFI' 1'l { l STR T
Htas a Se ect Stim-k >of......
I)Iti' ;S F(O I'RESCRII'TIo NS, PATENT MEDICIlNES, iBRUSHES.
COMhS A\ N TOI LET SOAvPS.
Perfumery and Fancy Toiltt Articles.


DR. .1I. M. ONES, lroplri,,tor. a r n I e rinsulte' professionally during business
liours; ofic,'4 liors i ..Suillia.ays. -49:<0 to 10:340 a. in.; 2:30 to 4:310 p. m.


Trowell's


Express I( Baggage Line 0P


()ttiri ll am I fiv I p toI' lii l .tt' l Iaa h .


Tlealaphone 93.


All Calls Given Prompt Attention.


Piano Moving a Specialty.


LosleyT .
Titus 04


POOLi s
andRTIJARD
" R H J we -.


We are offering as an Advertisement *

AN ALUMINUM PIN TRAY

with a view of Daytona on it with each

Purchase of $1.oo or Over


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FOR
First Class Work
S\lI. O(N TI'l

Daytona Steam
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A -~ -~


r TST SPIUGS OF FLOI.

nearly al the streams of Florida origi-
nod n ta rge prings of remarkably
nchar watr. Some of thoe springs form
laes iof considerable dimensions, while
n o*m Sow of directly in bold streams.
TW water inso clear that the most mi-
obj-ta, even on the bottom, are
s4diy distinguished, and large stream
oflerystal water can he seen gushing up
t. gh the white colored limestone
beb beneath. At points remote from
t*se inlets the bottom is covered with
the long green mos that grows only in
pure spring water; beautiful fsh of many
S vae.times a ealso plainly visible. The
outlets of the springs are generally deep,
Narrow and rapid streams. Of so much
importance to Florida are these river
producing springs that the United States
Geological Survey, in its investigation of
o.k the country's water resources. has made
a series of measurements of their dis-
charge. One of the characteristic springs.
which was measured by hydrographer
B. M. Hall, of the Geological Survey, is
Silver Spring, near Ocala in Marion
County. It is the head of Oclawaha
river and is also the head of navigation,
S as steamboats come up the river into
the spring and have a regular landing
wharf there. The river flowing out of
this spring wam found to be 69 fket wide.
It had a mean depth of 11 feet, a mean
velocity of one foot and a quarter per
second and a discharge of 8*22 cubic foet
pw second. The spring lasin is about
" 35 feet deep and the temperature. late in
S Member, was 72 degree F. Though
the water has a slight limestone taste, it
appears to have no other mineral con-
stituents, and is excellent for drinking.

C. B. l'elton, the Lake Helen merchant.
han dislpoed of his stock to Harry A.
DeForest, landlord of the Hotel Harlan.
who will continue the business under his
own name. A change of jistntmaters
goes w*th the transfer, Mr. DeForest
suceeding Mr. l'elton.

A five dollar gold aietv to anyone that
rides "William' in front of the GAZErrE-
Ngws office and Osborn's Quick Print
Shop Monday afternoon. The fun .oni.
mences at the hour of three.

Sighs often overshadow many sorrows.

Iskemrema Atteetlomnt
Phillip T. White, of Port Orange, will
takeout a party of two on fishing trip
for $2 00 per day, and furnish plenty of
bait. Boats, line and bait furnished for
$1.50 per day.


All gents are not gentlemen.


Cares Sciatic Remmatlam.
Mrs. A. E. Simpson. 50ll Craig street,
Knoxville. Tenn.. writes. June (loth,
1898: "1 have Iteen trying the baths ofa
Hot Springs, Ark., for e'iatik rheuma-
tism, but I get motr relief from Ballard's
now iniiiient than any medicine or
anything have ever tried. Enclowed
fnd postotfite ordtr for *1.N). Senld ie
a large bottle ay Saotuthel' .x\pra.a'"
Sold by J. M .Jaii.s.


Hard ivot ds often comec etiie-st


OCEAN STEANSHIP CO.

**Savannah Line."

FAST rBIOGHT AND LUXURIOUS PAMBMEE ROUTE TO

New York. Boston and the Bast


Nine-

Tenths

of

all the

People

Suffer
from a

Diseased

Liver,.
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pure Juices from Natural Rood.


Rau ui..Sm adiuaif shla,
R sygsiomsPdflst1whI.


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Pvspmi by JAMES F. BALLARD, SL. LouKsMe


SONdby Dr. J.M.Jsins.


BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
Salings from Savan ah
Ships Every Week
To New York makingclose connections with New York-Boston ship or Sound
Iines. All ticket agents are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for
getnral information, sailing eehedules. stateroom reservations, or call on
WALTER IIAWKINS. General Agent, 224 West Ray St.. .Jacksonville. Fla.
1'. K. LKFEVRE, Manager, E. T. CHARLTON. Gt. F. & p'. A.
New Pier 35 North River, New York, N. Y. :"5-13-02




RIclhmed Wasthe tota BaltSowe
Phfladeolphla eootem Atlanta
Asievilne Chattanou @ Luievtale
Cintelnati t. LU s" Iansas City,
Detritt Clvlaad Pittsburg
Clteage., eto.






SOUTHERN RAILWAY
ROUTE OF TNE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington, Richmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida Express


The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
rW rNE MNIW AIM WEE.

Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati. via
Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky. "
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
trains.
Ask for Tlikets via Seftoere Railway. CorrspendesSe 8*lloted.

H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pam Agt, 10 V. Bay St., JaaosvfAlls, Fla.


SaIL HARDWICK,
GooasepaalaPissgrAge"t
vYhbkagtsD. I.c
.JamMSWv13. 1902.


V. H. TAYLOE,
Ams't Gen'l Pam. Agent,
C. Atlta, Ga.


Wallace's Curio and

Novelty Store powi te sell Beat

The Only Genuine

Store in Daytona.
Our orange wood souvenirs are striking. Souvenir spoons a spl,-ialty.
Name or initials burned free on anything yu pitnlv lase.
We matnufa.tunr our own goods.


A Medicine for

Old People.
Rev. Geo. Gay, Greenwich, Kaa., is
past 8 year sofae, vyet he says: "I
SeaJon excellent health for a man
o "my- dae entirely to the rejuven-
in mDuenaces tf Dr. Mdle' Nervne.
It bri iteeand reat when nothing
elm wil anudgives strength and vital
ity ees to use uf my uld age."
"I am an old- iher writes Mr. Geo.
Watsuof.. Nr in. IA.. "and I have
beim a great l ,et fr tm nervousness,
vertigo and sp I tt.,.tle. Have spent
coubdeWllc a. oey iur medicine and
doctors, but with lt Itc ienefit. I was
so bad my mmd showed .>tn of weak-
ness. 1I eantakin I r Miles' Nervine,
and I kaow it saved] my life."
'.. Nervine
Saved me fronn the insane asy-
hlum," Mrs. A. M. Htcifer, of JcriCo
Springs Mo.. ntes. "1 was so nerv-
ous that I could scarcely control mv-
selfcould not leep nor rest, would even
forget the names of my own children at
times. I commenced using Dr. Miles'
Nervine and it helped we from the
frst, and now I am perfectly well"
oldM by 1a l lni t em- f teae.
Dr. Miles MeicalCo., Elkhart, Ind.

P etlc Neitosee Pk ldew and Surgeons.
Ofce of Medial Examinier. s.
Seventh Judicial Districit a
Orlando, Fla.. Novembiler 4. 19.1, (


TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bronmo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund thie Itmoney if it fails
to cure.. W'. Grove's signature toi
each iox. 25.'.

The lpostoftice depart nent is preparing
to issue a new stalmp. designed eslpeiallyv
for the foreign Imail service. It is to It0 a
delnomllilltiioan new to tli postal ser'-
vite--13 'ents. At present it is imnl-.a-i-
h.l tIo .send a ivgistei'ed1 letter' thirol'ugl
thie foieigtn mail witioutmt siiing two
statmls.li oie t livt' a-llts to rla.t tit' cost
of Iregist ratiolt. \Whell thfe 3t-ve-it
stamp is on sale this will lie obviated lay
the' u. o f otlie talipa. The lnew staii1p
\ ill leaar a portrait of President hlarri-
sonl. shown sIwated at. his hdesk. ill thI ex-
ntile mansionll.

ChlMdren's Coughs and CoMs.
Mns. tl- Mclirath. 3217 E. 1st street.
SIlutchiuson. Kan.. writes: "I have
given llallar. Ho hioelioumnd Syrup to I. i
childmin or coughs and colds for the past
ifour years., and find it the best nmed'iine
I 'evr usad.'" I alike llmany oughtgt syrulas.
it containtttit. no opiilil. but willsootliaalld
hlial any iliseam. of thie thtroatt ,or lrim.s
<|uicrkri than any oYither iinedy. 27t.,'
, ai. a aIl .oI at .1. M..Iaon,.-..

T'h.i- Aunsti (Ga.) C'hronicle puts it


In accordance withan act entitled. ".,A planaly and truthfully in the following:
Act to Regulate the i'rm't.(e at. f Medi- Tt'h newspaper is called on to hell,
cine,.etc., approved May 31, I'St.i, vlou < every interest il tith conmtilunitv. but
are hereby notified that the Btarfl t, a
MedicalExamniler in andfor theSeventh dIoe every iltet't in thle tcoinunity
Judicial District of the State of Florida i think about helpiniz tou s iipurt the
will meet at mny office inOrlando.( 4rangK netvl,'acl '.'
county, Florida. on Tueslay. April S.
1902, it being the second Tuesday in the
month. R. 1.. HARias. Secretary. S. sw--t t Pi T T-. !
So Seet W Pk sish saste


Constipation
Does your head ache ? Pain
bck of your eyes ? Bad
taste in your mouth? It's
mivesr liwe Auer's DPill r


Mrs. ('. Petersoin. 625 Lake St., To-
Saka. Kan.. speaking of Ballard's Hore-
ound Syrup. says: "It has never failed
to give entire satisfaction. and of all
cough remedies. it is tny favorite. and I I
tilust 'onfess to mny many friends that it C
will do. and has done. what is claimed
for it-to speedily cure a cough or a
cold: and it is so sweet and so pleasing
in taste.." 2-.'.. 50c.. and $1.00 bottle I


Curio
v to


Floridai in all ideal country poss'ssed
of a climat'. uiiex,'lled in tit'- whole
0'0laUl| iV. It is ttie loilie of tle a'i.ihiant-
it; wli s 1A lird \\ hre na;t u-i. iotiniually
det-k, in a dIreas of gree'i: at erlitablle
garden of thel guod-. ihen' .v ry pruow-
p.'ct ipha.s.-.


1hS signaure is on ever box of hS AW sI
I Laxative moan0.Qusinem mth


The' -sc-riplturt saLys "11, that I.-l.i.veth
a lie shall Iie dttlitn.l.' ait1l tlie lprfalie
tanal who lt.ela'ives a lie once is pretty apt
to say. hieA'll l-. dataimned it h. bl.eleive.a it
anatin


TO THE


TO THE


TO THrE


PLANT SYSTEM I

The Great Tfrouh Car Line from Florila-C'niinetiont:
as A The AtlantKicoast Line, via 'harlemton, Richmond
E and Wa'hi
E as The Southern Railway. via Savannah, Columbia and
Washington.
W -est The Southern Ry. via.IJsuIp. Atlanta and Cihatta'go
The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
W estV The Southern Ry. via Svainnahl, 4'olumblia, Ashiville
The:Mobile & Ohio i. R. via Montgomnery.
t Via nSavannah nl Oean St'iteanship company for
S d New York, Phiilaellphia aind Jton. A.
S Via Savannahlandl Menhants amd Miners Transp)r
tat iai omlnpafny ftor ilaltinii a.
Via Norfolk and isteuair for New York, Baltimore
and Washingtio.


To Key West and Hatvani,'via Peninislar aMn.l t e .)itl.Intatl Steaiiinshiip fon'ipniiy.
To Nova Zeotia. ('ape Breton and Prince El w;ardls Islind viv Iaoston andl C anila.
Atlantic anid 1'lant Steamshipp Lini. for Halifax. llawkesliury and (Charlottestown.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will Iew on sale tliroughli ait the. Nort lirn. Easteiin. Westerni :,ii(l So,,therni States to
all Floridat rworts. viat theI itnlt Symstei* du'*lini ti- li'Lsoa n I 1901. i 1.2l. limit#el tol
return until May 21st. within the lilN-rul sta i-v.r privileges in Fh lrida.
Adldrmte of iartiea in thei North swant t, tlh. iiui.ler4ignel will be liberally isup-
plied with all informati mi andil landiilsaoi adlv'rtisinig matter.
For information to rates, slhOpinig a-r ifrearva;tions,. et.. O ePIllI n. or write t
F. M. JOLIY. Division '.asw,,ir .A-. 1nt. 1:. Vwest liay St.. .la-ksonville. Florida,
W. B. DENHAM. General Superintenal.nt. \. W. WlE:NN. P'as.Tratfi Man..
Savannah, Ga. $,tvarinah. GGa.


0

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Air Line Railway

CAPITAL CITY ROUTE

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iaamimnemm anad sick hacadviw. a~. Naathlatiu-.,Id'' me. all *t %4''.
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No C'ure.' No l'uv. l'rY. ri -ou ents. .1a 2I1 .; 2. ; aila i CI' Il. .i ta111h-i 1 7 "ii ] .1... aa

in l.oid,lii there are si\ 'Paradise Na _. |.i\ -I..- i art.'- l'illii;n i ii l h. a l fiit I sah i.n I tars.
streets. teI 'l N.ew str.eets,. leven lDuke .|li.k onvilh. e to St. l.ai ns ; ,I .I.i, ksoia\ ill. i., I h:., .i.<, \\ ilt .iit lhii; u imakiing
sti'et's. t elvl .. a hiirt ha treet attlitv ntylv- ,lir'.,' t '0 1nn1,ta'l i,.n at Nai- .lH-} Ha it -l J',n.*pi '%rli t." r l.onw la. ; iall- ci.iiliati.
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Tl'hlroiugh ',oaci th,- ., t tn .l.a k- -nvill.a- ;:ii ML ,,l,
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fesbiou caln ol t'ta in Herbtin'e in lbulk 'o Air Line ,. a l l t'|lni last t ('oat It\
i irelk r.'iliin 1pIrpl. .,'s '" It It.s H, .'i af L \l It t J l l s .1 1 1 [t.
rl lat ii, reatin t isa' epsiitairotgiht oil ti v eIt xaeses or oa W -_r- _________
woirk I hae nevri known it to, fail ii
iistorini the ol.wll atffea't.,' to al.h,i"r ILLIN OIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
1ealtif ul activity.' tt.. .,itts I .I.1 M.
. 0les.


i'olo is probably the oldest otf aithl,.ti
sports- It has been traced to 6f3, It. (

Stops the Cough and Works ofH the Col
Laxative Bronuo Quinine Tablets curt. a
cold in tone day. No Cure. No Pay. 2--m-.

There is nothing more trying to thil
h..anitth th.n tn. 6-... V. ri, iL: mm] m- .......


0 ^^ MALLOR-1
S:LINES


: Through ti-ket to New York, Philaddili
SsNew Haven. New London, toniagsta
Providence, Fall River, Boston and

a ALL NptTHERN POINTS
at rat LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three ttsmI
train ev.ry Thursdaiy. leaving .Iack..maville am follows:
Via th Sea Islands....................10:1 n.. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via Plant stem................... 3:15,5p. Ill.
Via $eahoard Air Limi................... 7:44) p. n. (Fast Mail.)
0 Passengers leave )Daytumona :29 am ami
0 :t:22 pui, making close comnections.
For illustrated matter, diagrams,. rqervations, tickets, etc., addnfM

A. PYE Agent, Jackstonville, Florid
S(;.o. H. Clark. L .-al Agent, Daytona. Kla.
000"00"000000@@@ o00o0000* 0000000 *** ***@**


NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS I


Western & Atlantic Railroad.
roPuite of t elie

"Chicavo and Florida Limited train


amill "Dixie Fly,',r' sl&epiig cars
nThe **"'hiicag, anil Flo.riiltLimiitedal" is the iiquickest train from St. Aug~tig
and J.i-ksAonvIille t" a lihatttu .n, og,. N:tashilla, Louisville anal Chicago with PuMllaI
finest hobservatioin an Dr.ia \iligliirolni sleelwijer. dining .airs, et.-.. through withlb
changp'. The falitoiaus 'Dixie Il'.ver" iall t.h. v.-au round Alwpelr via Atlanta as
Martin to St. Loinlis witlliit rhailge'.
For information iir l;ativ' t i r.t.-s. s'-lial i10. *'t'.. i. r for xsle .ler reservations, writsai

('. II \RM.\N. G.n. P',.-a Ag ent. T M 31. DO)YLE. Fla. Pam. Ag~
Atlanta.;i Ga. .lacksoiiville, Fla,
1 F. S I'll. "l'r.Tllh 1;incNars. N.shville, Tenn.


Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Calling at C'harle.ston. S. '.. loth ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Soutern Lines.
I)ir.,-t Service lI-1 Wet, n
JACKSONVILLE., BOSToN AND PROVIDLNCK,
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
|'.llinri at Chairl.eston l, ti Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.
Southbound From Lewis' Wharf, Bostdo
Northbound from foot Catherine street, Jack-sville

('I 'I)FS ST. JOIN'SS RIVER LINE.
(Ih.1 .B l.i.im ) *
Between Jacksonvile and Sanford
S'T'tl'INi AT I'.I,. L'1K.1 ..Tlt. SI'. F IANC'lS. I tKI E FORD, (D)LA!15)
II1.I: Sl'SNI S :tliNi l Itt.intll .li-ate l.iLanldigs onm ST. JOHNS RIVER.

sTElNIElt ty of Jacksonville,
S.AlI'T. \\ S. IAW.


is 1 l4'1'"1T 10 TO I VII. AS o|.i.O%.S:
Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m..Sndays. Tuesday and Thursdas
Leaves Sanford 9:30 a. m Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
S, outhlounld. 1IED:1>1 .1":
Ite'al ilaa\n,
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am put is wockbug .e
North of 6md Admi


Na .t IiI~s,)Und
Read uip
1.1i'i'e 2:)00 AS
2 :34 pm
mlola


................. I l .. ............. ..... 12 : )0 's
.. I I aE 1 '1 1 .- .......... .. 1. :00 a
.. .... .. ... .\ N I. 1 .. ..... .. .. .. .:3 0


To St. Louis and Chicago


I'ullhian t.ila,,.. i,' lpinii Car.- "ro, i .1. ., v -,,, ill, t St l..,,> ,,n, t,, (h!, ai .
li.tv iing .la ksoiiv illa' daily at it i \i- ti.. i%;i int I.


Dixie Flyer Route


General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

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I'a Sl. I Vt.- .1 \.2\ 1iS. 'al i \\ .- It y St.. .l t ,-k.a ,iville. FI -
T"I' t S. 1 1A I. I lI .... i In-'I \: I' I. I I V I:I.I I A -t. l ol Sipt..
Faoo ll ,;,1 t .'.1 .1 ,,x il ,,. I'" ...1t 1 .a.I.l St .l.a 'II.a lle.
t 'l i S t I a I-I I I \ I

THEO. G. EGER, W71 P LYDI)E & CO .
(.i ii.l'itl M. l iii;l .r [ 'li. 'l i t .\ ,.nt;t 1Kr
ch'l -lw, 1 ro i 0 th l i l' llnr. 1. S.t. .. St.. is...it.g lt; t,.hr I'mI k. .,'z 9York.


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