Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: March 29, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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VOL. M no, 4*0

Dsw~.. 56er Mar sch 399 1902


at the NOVELTY
for anything the following lines: vi
Newpapesm Ma
Muial Goods Art
Fruit Nut
Codaok Wa
ToAst Artices Poe
e Sporting Goods Gam
Bird Cage and Glai
Spplies Scho
Window Shadse Ma"
Toys Noti


ist's Supplies

ket Knives

0ol Supplies

LowWay'4Mad Wiley's C(Colates always fresh. Sewing machines for sale,
sr sat., and repaired. All sort@ of toos and machinery repaired promptly.
......Pi.etme Frames Made to Order......

If You Cannot Find 114 9W ("l 'AD W1L-V
IWatYou W. Whyl Ca o. BARNE.
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On Mar-h 15th the following crowd WOLotal. the new developer for Velox-
from the Breakers visited the winding Harris' Studio, 'phone 91.
Tomoka on Capt. McCoy's dainty little M I -Whii. ....-.-n:_ .,
srM L~ Hfl Whi *, ~iiA tiiiu M

launch, Yankee Doodle: Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Kocherbperger, Mrs. C. B. Sher-
man, Mr. Ambrose Rmdon. Chicago;
Mr. and Mrs. John John Bianchi, New
York; Mr. and Chas. Easton, Peoria, Ill.;
Joseph Sexton, Worthington, Mas.; W.
A Senna. Holyoke. Mass.; Mises Anna-
bel hnd Elizabeth Hlumphrys, Warsaw.
N. Y., Frank Kochersperger, Cherokee
Cottage on the Beach; and Peter Willett.
also a "cracker."
All upon their return asured the
captain of their joyful time, and someone
heard them saying they say "forty-four
alligators," and we can vouch that they
are not prevaricators.

To tlshe PbIst it GeOnee.
Bunnell's Saw and Planer Mill is now
prepared 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. BUNNELL, Proprietor.

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

The launch Cruiser makes daily
up the Tomoka Riwer, leaving the
in front of the Bank building at
a. m., and Grad Atlantic dock at
Fare for round trip, $1.00.


SkUsd wirk. This you can feel sure
of getting if you take your watches to
Wray's (jeweler) Music Store.

"00000A 0 -0 0-0009640A* 9


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

Graham Wafers
Brownie Waters
Fruit Cake
Almond Bon Bons
Butter Gems
Five O'clock Teas
Oswega (rackers
Minuette Waf.-rs
Water Biscuit

Morrell's Bmvakfact ltaeon. the
finest that money can buy.

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

We havee te largest assortnwnt
high grade canned godsi in the
county. The prices, of course
are right.


'Phone 61.

Mrs. I L. n. lIe Pa entertaining s.
C. M. Mackey. of St. Augustine.
A. F. Afong, a millionaire of Hono-
lulu, is sojourning at tile Palmetto.
1' Boston Brown Bread and Baked
Beans at the Granmling Bakery to-day.
The Live Oak Literary Society mnet
Thursday evening at the home of G. II.
W. F. Gille. Sr.. has been over to Lady
Lake this week looking after his orange
Mrs. J. B. FitzGerald has been continued
to her room ,during the week with rheu-
Lecture at Wilmans' Opera House Sun-
day night by Eugene Del Mar on "The
gITake a kodak on your Tomoka
trip. Harris can fit you out. Studio in
Peck Block.
F. L. Corwin was in the city Tues-
day looking after the interests of tilhe
Ocean Steamship Company.
@.Mrs. E. B. Montr has received a
lot of new goods. Her line of children'
hats and ladies' duck hats is especially
The supper that was to have betn
given next week by the ladies of t+e
Christian church has twn postponed io-
I..1 still have a few nmore pretty
Easter hats. Come soon and get one
before they are all gone. Mrs. Douglass
the milliner.
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Lyle. of Crafton.
Pa.. and W. J. Starr, of Chicago. are
among the distinguished arrivals at
Schmidt's Villa.
10-New line of flue white shirt waists.
p-k skirts, dressing sacques and wrap-
pers at the Ladies' Furnishing Store, in
the Roxby building.
Smith & Son will iove their stock of
goods into the building rect"itly vacated
by tlw Mason & Wall Co. T1w transfer
will commence Tuesday.
gWStamped linen collars at tlie Ladies'
Furnishing Store, Roxhy Iluilding.
Wm. H. Irwin and J. D. DuBois. of
Wheeling W. Va.. are among the recent
arrivals at Mchmidt's Villa. Mr. Irwin
is not a stranger here. this being liii
sixth season at .chlmidt's Villnt.
IS.Sunmmnr hats for nien antd llbos at
Moore Bros.
A large .crowd gathered in front of tilhe
GAzbTTFrr:-N :Vs ottice andO slblrn's Quick
Print Shop last Monday afternoon to
witness the riding of the "goat." About
200 boys attempted to ride thile least'
but none succeeded.
g Take a look at tile new corsets at
Moore Bros; the Kabo and W. B.
Mrs. Thonmas C. Trueblood. instructor
in elocution and oratory at Stetson I ni-
versity. Deland, gave a very entertaiur
ing dramatic recital at the Baptist
church last evening. A good size crowd
was in attendance and the church- real-
ized a goodly sum which will Ie applied
to the church fund. Mrs. Trueblood is
an artist and never fails to pilea.'e.
j..Sunmm ier dr.n-s rtonss at Moon.

PMarshlal Rodgers has lten doing '
Island offiLce business this week. Among
the unfortunate fellows taken in for rid-
tng without a light were: Chas. Kost.
Henry Titus. Bert Shanks and Fred
Middleton. Lewis Wells. a colored in-
dividual, was also taken in. Aiken
Auiika. another ebony hued mnan. got
drunk and disorderly and was relieved
of a small sum by Mayor Parkinson.
g The Stallman dresser trunks r e
sold at Moore's.
Joe Robinson and wife have joined the
Holiness Band and are now in Birmtning-
ham, Alabama. Robinson is a carpen-
ter, having been in the employ of G. H.
Bliven for some time. It was against
the persuasions of his friends that he



Bike Suppliu

including six bed'rooinms.
Four lots on 2nd avenue, near Iri'er.
each 77, x :t<.
liorse. trap-carriage- and harness.
Two spring delivery w-agoi a
n ue light "wagon and harness.
Onie show calew.
Onlw platform scales.

=rMind ai always frsh at the
Or-am g Bakery.
Attorney J. E. Alexander was over
frm DeLaad one day last week.
W&PasMtry that dainty, delicious and
nutrtio s at the Onraing Bakery.
IW Ladiss wanting hate or millinery
work of any kind abould call on Mrs.
I'Braln bread, the great brain devel.
oper and nerre builder, fresh esery day
Zat eGramling Bakery.
r. H. K. DuBois, of Port Orange, has
reI a member of the State
Board of Idical Examiners.
The GAsrTr-Nuws is on sale at Clark's
and Bamrn' news stand every week. It
is also on file in all the leading hotels
throughout the state.
.IDMim Slough still make thols
pretty shell pims for visitors.
Capt. M. A. Shaw, inspector of steam-
loato and yachts, and Capt. Charles A.
Spencer were visitors at Daytona thisI
week, and were at the Palmetto.

Before going home hand in your sub-
scription to the GAZETTE-NEws. It will
keep you posted on the doings in and
around l)aytona during the summer.
UWWallace. the curio man. is selling
goods at a reduction. This is so that
he will not be obliged to ship them lia.k

Mrs. W. M. McGri is visiting at
About 25 carriage loads of hotel men
viewed Daytona yesterday.
Mr. andMrs. Uly G. Beme leave to-
day for their home in Missori.
The Cable Piano Co., manufaetaum
of pianos, has an ad, in thas m .
Read it.
C. H. Keeler, of the Journal, speat
a few days at St. Augustine and Jack-
The Grand Atlantic has a change of
ad. this week. Read it. They are of-
fering special rates.
Commencing next Tuesday W. H. Ed-
mondson will again be in the employ of
D. F. Morrion the grocer.
J. W. Wilkinson & Co., the electricIan.
have a gang of men at work wiring the
Baptist church for light..
Admiral Dewey will pass through Day-
tona today at 4:08 on his way from
Palm Beach to St. Augustine.
It is rumored that a syndicate of
capitalists have made Adam Schants am
offer for his plant in Daytona.

The Ladies Auxiliary of First M. E.
church gave a very successful "Dollar
Social" at the parsonage last night.
fWWanted, the use of a house during
the summer bv couple. who will take

North. Call ant inspect his cl oie sto. ood care of same no children. Apply
1M.Mrs. Spangler will take. pupils in at this office.
dancing, society or fancy steps. ;it r Tats- The 11. I. '. iave let time contract
enable rates. Chidirens class meets ti S. H. I;ove for an addition to be built

about our statement as to qualities.
The Confectionery
we offer is just as pure and delicious
an we say it is. We carry

Huyler's, Lowney's

and Wiley's Gn-die
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.
Bames' Novelty Store

IyOnly tite iest at tihe Gramling
C'. G. Perkins. pre-ident of the Volusia
Sportsmen's Club, was at the Despland
Mrs. W. W. Walker and son, of Duluth.
Minn.. are among the recent arrivals at
the Despland.
F. N. Conrad and F. .1. Niver are
thinking veiy strongly of purchasing a
naptha launch
Miss Dora winnerne, who has been
spending tlhe winter at Miami returned
home Wednesday.
Miss Louise Foote is giving a launch
party to about fifteen of ner friends to-
day on the Cruiser up the Tomoka.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Treadwell, who
have been pending the winter with. H.
Moseley. left last Saturday fortheirhome
in Atlanta.
.losephl Osborne. of Mt. Carmel, Pa..
and A. D Smith, of Newark, N. Y.. are
among the recent arrivals at the Day-
tuna Hoius..
Charles F. Burgmnan and daughter,
Miss Helen, are. at I'ensa&tola attending
the annual meeting of the Florida Press
Associat ion.
oLr.Kost & Gwinner, the painters and
paper hangers, are artists in their line,
and you will make no mistake in con-
suilting them.
If you are interested in the actual hap-
Ipe~ings of )aytona and Volusia County,
with casual mention of current news.
suibscribw for the (GAZITTK-NEws.
1). 1'. Merrill has about completed his
new boat and will launch it sometime
next week. The boat is forty feet long
and is equipped with a ten-horse i power
Grey engine.
.I. \VW. l'angborn,. of Indianapolis. is
at the le.spiand for a week or so. Mr.
l'angborn isI a great fishernian and
spends .onisidemriile ,|of his time with the
rod and reel.
The old folks of the Palmetto spent a
very enjoyable time Tuesday evening.
They gathered in the parlor and danced
all the old fashioned dances. and a num-
her talng some of tlie old time songs.
IflT'll' ltiv.r View is Ilmost delightfully
sit nate*d. ftciing the Halifax river on the
Set'aibez. side bemtweeui thie two upper
bridges; well conducted and a table
equal to higher priced hous.s. (Call. see
place and get terilis.
(,nnliiodr J. B. Russel. of Hartford.
Conn.. oin board his yacht, Eleanor' ar-
rived in Ixort Saturday floma down the
Indian river, where lie has [leen cruising
all winter. The Conmtiodore will spendlt
a coulpile of weeks at Daytona.
il-'Finest line of homne-nmade candiesat
the iratnling Bakery.
J. B. I'arkinson now elnjys the title
of captain. Hlie has just .weived his
commission as captain of the Halifax
Rifles. .Mr. Pl'arkinson is a very popular
young man and enjoys the esteem and
confidence of the people of Daytona.
This is attested by his election as mayor
as well asti by his rscelnt aplapointmnent.


TTw, lots on Ridgewood avenue. Ie-
t wen 1st alid 2lnd avenues, each
.- x ;Nol.
Lot on 2nd avenue near Ridgewood.,
7> x 300.
Residence oln 2nd avenue, near Ridge--
wood. lot h .l x :nTM); ten large r>loins.

rii'haln and ry. Ir.a at tl .Masonry in Daytona seems to have
G ra nling a kervy. nos t only a steady growth, but a verita-
Sbtole "boom." The Blue Lodge has work
The Palnmetto Club met in regular ses-. at every communication; the Chapter
sion in their C'lub roomn.s on Thursday! has so much to do that called meetings
27th. The occasion was the annual are the order and four teams have been
election of s ttitvers. which result.l ias exalted the last four sessions. The Com-
follov s: IPresident. .Miss I'sotter; lit itmandery also cones in for its share, and
Vice-President. Miss ''lorirlpe: 2,l Vice- at tie last regular conclave there was
President, Mrs. lIe Cantillon Williams; n more than an ordinary number of candi-
Recording Secretary. Mrs. Merrill: ICorr- dates.
spending Secretary. Mrs. Niver; 'Tr' as-
turer. Mrs. May Thomlpson. l'he rest iof
tle meeting was tuikenl up in iiii-.sll.-
neous liusiness. 7 f I

Tourists should not ht-ave Dlaytona
without taking a ride up the 1inillous
Tonmoka River, kiiwnasthe iklawiia 'a
of the East Coi ast To Ostili .l Spring.
which is tl h alid itf navigatiotl, is alit aut
twenty-six miles. tlne rotiid trip making
a nice day's outing. The scenery ahloing
this stream as th loat penetrates the
wilderness to the headlwater is. I-aiitiful
beyond description, and lnuimerus alliga-
t irs are to Ie sten .liuningii theml.li vs s
along tie' lballke.

There has been fine sport fishlimn thne
past few days. and good sized 4tiih hamve
been caught in the Halifax frinm the
bridges. Thomas H Kerrigan of lBrook-
lyn, one of Hugh McLaughlin's party.
who is a guest of the Grand Atlantik,
landed recently a nine-pound channel
bass fishing from the middle bridge. F.
G. Coy. stopping at the Breakers, Sea-

A Talk on



You mowlooilori the b We lb .
Our Kabo No. 601, stna M ,. o io
gored, widthA e iehes, fmash i- I
perial drill, with broad lae- trim d
back, full form, media waist an
low bust and low bck; has
garter tabs, ses 18 to 8S6...........

Kabo No. 392 (tape girdle made of fine
bands of closely woven linen tape, with ten
inch rigid clasp; six inches long over hips,
the perlction of grace and comfort, for
slight and undeveloped figures; ( 1
straight frt; aiwes 18 to s0......... ) *

Kabo 611, straight front, bias gored, triple
stud, 10 inch clasp, Imperial drill, with
satin ribbon trim and bow knot finish, bog
waist, medium skirt and low bet; Mha
garter tabs, size 18 to 30. Price S.00.

50c to $1.00

5oo4re IWo
.T41ore ra

Saturday at K.-ating s Casino at 2 p. ni.
S. S. Hawk, a brother to tRev. J B.
Hawk. arrived from Tanaroa. Ill., last
Saturday, and has accepted a position
as salesman with Moore Brothers, the
popular dry goods merchants.
E. E. Fayerweather, of Burlington.
Iowa. died at the l'urly cottage on
South street. Monday. Dele:nsed was
.7 years of age. The remains were pre-
pared by Bingham & Maley and shipped
to Burlington Tuesday.
The (GAZcTTrr-NeRws representative
visited Mackenzies' store and found a
very beautiful Easter display. The as-
sortmient of novelties is very complete
and the prices are within the reach of all.
I t will pay you to call at Mackenzies.
There was great excitement among the
fishermen at Keating's Ocean Pier last
Saturday, when two large sharks were
hauled in. weighing over 800 pounds.
with hook and line; also a stingraw six
feet long and three feet in width, furnish-
ing considerable sport for a niTmrning'
Among the more recent arrivals at t
Palmetto tire: D. C. Wingarner. Ne4
ark. 0.; Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Van Tas.se
Du Bois, Pa.; E. K. Lynian. Mr. and
Mrs. F. J. Phillips, Holyoke, Mass.: Mrs.
T. R. Burns. New York; Geo. W. Boyd.
Mrs. Geo. Walden, Ashmond. Mass.; Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Daxton and daughter.
Brooklyn; Mrs. S. B. Phelps, Springtield.

The Breakers-by-the-

Sea, Seabreeze, after
April first will be un-

der the management of

the owner,
H. L. Kochersperger
Hugh Mclaughlin. the political loiss of
Brooklyn, N. Y., hnis Lwen spending a
month in Dlaytona, and says he can't
understand why people go tot Europe in
search of fine sceneryatnd weather when
there is so much of it to be found ill
Florida. Me. has thoroughly enjoyed
his stay in Florida. wvhtere lie hunted alli
gators and fished to his full satisfartion.
--Jack.soville Metropolis.

ion the Club house. The new part will
in ve a tower.
Wl-Lost-a small black pocket-book
containing money and other enclosures.
Finder will be rewarded by returning
same to this office.
The Bennett House is still well filled
up. Mr. Bennett has not yet decided
whether or not he will keep the house
open during the summer.
W. H. Peters has sold the lot north of
Gille's drugstore to Mrs. E. B. Moore,
who will erect a building on it to be oc-
eupied by her millinery stUck.
Ex-President Grover Cleveland, and a
party of friends, passed through Daytona
yesterday on his way to Stuart, where
he will spend a few days fishing.
Mr. Seamans, of Milwaukee, Wis., has
bought the Slough property on Ridge-
wood and will make extensive altera-
tions. Plans have already been madeby
Arohktpct Gove.
The Florida Press Association will
meet at Seabreese next year. It is need-
less to say that Daytona and Seabreese
will leave nothing undone to entertain
the quill pushers.
The Palmetto Club is refunding the
money paid for tickets to the Lyceum
('ourse. Those having tickets should
present them to Mr. Graham Tbomron
at the bicycle store between the hours of
S and 12 in the forenoon.
Zanona. the mystic," announced a
date for Daytona Friday evening but
did not show up. His advaneeman had
work done at various print shops and
walked off and left the printer unpaid.
ThIe craft will please take notice.
The Girand Atlantic entertained their
guests Tuesday evening very enjoyably
with progressive euchre. The prise win-
ners were Miss C. Savage, first ladies'
prize, Mrs. Morrissey. the second; E. J.
Kennedy, gentleman's first prize, and
A. McF. Porter.
Arthur Laphamn. of Rockledge, han
bought some property west of town and
will start a new dairy. S. IH. Gove will
shortly commenWt work on several new
buildings on Mr. Lapham's property.
lie expects to make fifty pounds of but-
ter per day,. besides furnishing milk.

see c. c


This great Christian feast has been ob-
served from very early time. Tertullian,
who flourished in the second century of
our era, seems to recognize the celebra-
tion of the festival.
The Passover, a great Jewish feast,
with which the passion and resurrection
of Jesus was so intimately connected ex-
erted a great influence on Christians of
Jewish origin and gradually came to
have an exclusively Christian signifi-
cance. This was especially true of
churches composed mostly of converts
from heathenismn, to whom Jewish in-
stitutions 'were largely matters of in-
Probably during the first half of the
second century. A. D., a controversy
arose as to the proper time of commemo-
rating the resurrection 9f Christ.
The Christians of Asia Minor and a
few others adhered strictly to the time
when Christ was said to have kept the
paseover. Hence they observed the
east on the fourteenth of Nisan.
The Roman Christians always cele-
brated th ecrueifixtion on Friday, the
day of the week on which it occurred,
hence they always had Easter on Sun-
day, the day of the resurrection.
The difference of opinion on the ob-
servance and the differnre in practice
lead to controversy. This controversy
was not settled until aftel many efforts
at concilliation, more or less of bitter-
ness, and the councils of Arles (A. D.314)
and Nice (A. D. 325) decided in favor of
the rule adopted at Rome. The latter
council ordering that Easter should
comns on the first Sunday following the
first full moon after the vernal equinox,
March 21. If, however, the full moon
neours- nn a _Rn L's.'-*- mhm f.. *

Bingham Maley

......Have just received a fine line of......

Rockers and Chairs Baby Carriags

Go Carts, Refrigerators and Rugs,

They sell Sherwin-Williams Paints.


"I dma mat stubborn co
for may years. It deprived -
of sleep and pe ve thia. I
them ed Ayera Chrr Pea,
and was quickly cured.
R. N. Mann, FallMills,Tens.

Sixty years of cures
and such testimony as the
above have taught us what
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
will do.
We know it's the great-
est cough remedy ever
made. And you will say
so, too, after you try it.
There's cureinevery drop.
ibm dg5*U. Ur.OL "ft -

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Eastern and Western churchesemployed
different astrononmi-al cycles for the cal-
culation of Easter.
The Alexandrial church fixed the ver-
nal equinox on the 21st of March, while
with the Romans it fell on March 18.
The diversity has not yet disappeared,
since the Eastern church hao not yet
adopted the improved Gregorian calen-
dar, although it is now likely that it
will be adopted in the not distant fu-
Easter has become a prevalent festival
in the churches throughout Europe and
America, taking on somewhat the ma-
ture of a holiday, in later years.
The most characteristic Easter rite is
the use of Pasch eggs. They are usually
stained in various colors, and people
mutually make presents of them.
The practice is not confined to Chris-
tians. The Jews used eggs in the pas-
over feast and we are told that the Per-
sians, when they kept the festival of the
solar new year (in March) pretsded
each other with colored eggs. No ~bt
the use of eggs at this season was sy-
bolic of the revivification of nature-the
springing forth of life from the dad.
With Christians the "feast of Sggs" is
considered emblematic of the resuers-
tion and a future life.


We have been advised by the tramspor
station department of the Florida ft"
Coast By. that tbe following ehaague i
train service will be *nade:
Train 23 makes last trip Tusmay,
April 1st.
Train 99 makes last trip, Tuesday,
April 1st.
Train 74 makes last trip Wednesday,
A ....ltkn1A

pTmMd Evy satmary.


.50 Pr Ammm, StricUy in Advance.
S* ige Copy Five Cents.
"Iptay lOc per Inc Each Insertion.
abde.s, 10c perJLine Each Insertion.

W0Communications on live topics of
bad interet solicited. Anything per-
%t Wigtopersonal grievences or quarrel"
- nl ot be published except over the














* *

is a Fact



That we have the finest assortment of
groceries in the city. Prices are right.


ps- to enjoy the play much more Took the bu-nt. Io0:, apvly to the Hon. Minor s. Jone-. ludge
ta did the other young woman and A story is told of a certain English of the vent Judicial Circuit of Florida n
and for the County of Volusia for a li-ense
7= g mian. bishop well known for his verbosity to manage. take charge of. and control her
S. .....i ..... -. ... --a. vr, rtv and to t,-oeme a free dealer in

Meral.-The enjoyment of the game
who rose to address the
assumes on the hands that are held.- on a very important occasion. "I will

New York Herald.
All Over Again.
Uie are half a dozen prescriptions
I we ftl to have you till as soon as
you a," wheeaed Rivers.
"I tan see -tb are all for the cure
f a oeld." r9akted the druggist. look-
"Its this way." explained Rivers.
"Whe I had the other cold. I tried all
tea. Onie of 'em cured me. but I
Smnt remember now, confound it,

divide iny speech under twelve beads,"
he said, to the discomfort of his audi-
The Marquis of Salisbury begged to
be allowed to interiose with a little
anecdote. "A friend of mine was re-
turning home hlte one night." he said,
"when opposite St. Paul's he saw an
intoxicated man trying to ascertain the
time on the big clock there. Just then
It began to strike and slowly tolled out
12. The man listened, looked hard at
the clock and said: "'Confound you, why
--. %- IA &6 & 1 -

w h oftit was!--Chicago Tribune. couldn't you nave said that all at
oer epelbte. The bishop heartily joined in the
-tp .&. .. -- .. .. 1_ -"s._1.* _p ... r ..h ll .inv *-nd< took *th

every respect. lBszlal. DAVENPPOrT.
This March 2Ith. 1902.

Attort r -ii*--; i v.
I_-Lind, Florida.
Will practice in State aind Federal Couiirts

Leaving limrliased Mr. Lindberg's in-
terest in the bakery business, L have
removed to the...
Harroun Building
in the rear of the Opera House, where I
w-ilt ,Wen'st thtn v -*f sa t.o f S D b..l.

Rates: $2 ad Upiward; t"l to
egar Boarders.

Thompson, .a Tssv.

High Grade Tailoring a Specialty.
Suite made to order for $18 and
up; Pants for $4 and upwards.

Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.

acter and good reputation in each state
(one in this county required) to repre-
sent and advertise old established
wealthy busineia house of solid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expense additional, all payable in cash
each Wednesday direct from head offices.
Horse and carriage furnished when nec-
cemary. Reference. Enclose self-ad-
dlresmn--tainped envelope. Manager.
:116 (axton Building, Chicago.

,he OAKS
Beautifully Located on Ridgewood Ave..
Daytona, Florida.

A Itew houri, IeaItedlthroughout by hot:
air, new furnishings, .everything
to iinke gKesteoinfiartable.
Rates Reasonable.

Mrs. George lverl-l. Prop.

U7e Palms
This iomular hline-like boarding
lauine is beautifully .ituated on
Heath Street facing the Halifax
River. The- roonis are large and
the table board excellent. The
house is but three blocks from the
pomtofflee and convenient to all

the churchem and but one mile
from the beach. Rates reasonable.
JI. Mc-COI,?M. Proprietor.

We. have just re-eived a newI line, of
White Mountain IRfrigerators. They
aire high grade and stand above others.

- 4 iy "*1'9*w-
W0e roOERmra LemsA8nuf
W-mo o mELw2rmo O OMA BPAL27

WI ll supply of all khids of eletrsal
ptsand supplies always on hand.

Spcia At-tleSo to Mares Work.

TOfAY iii-,


binhwb 0 -" 11g, DsytsssF%-

Daytona Ice Co.
Vm. Wxcrwo, Manager.


Made from Distilled Water.

Factory open from 7 to 12 Sundays.

Vol.eis Avenue and Raalelld.

Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

When writing pleaumamtlom t Io 1pfer. 81


As I am making some Jiazgcs in

my business Iwill sell at half price

some lines of goods. Cme -and see


Doors and Window Scrt'e Picture -
Mouldings male to order. All kinds of V B Af' V
Furniture Repairing doneron short notice V B AY4

at reftH


aonable price. Moss and Fiber Mattremi
Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and Stoves.
Your Old Furniture Made as Goodl a N1wm
I'ottage Avenue, I)I.%voA. FLA. Second Avenne, opposite S.-hmidt's Villa, Phone 9 Dl)AVroA, FLOM
(Otty AvmifDAYTXA. LA.


writer's signature, and at our regular l Stnd.

0 0
tered at the Postoffice at Daytona, 'Phone 19.
Florida, as Second (lai Matter. [ *
... Corer ctstero*et aMW o*md AvenW e. [
Sat rday, M arch 9, 1po 0 1 .. .. *************.

CHOWDER PART. A eti C Pn (ve Away Free. To advertise our business in Flor-
31ida. we, will give away free one of our fine make of Pianos-a style "T" Mahogany
C'ale. This is all you have to do to get achanice to get a Pliano Free: If you have
A. J. Hutchinson, whose palatial resi-, n pianos in your home, and ever expect to buay one you can call at our store and
diues stands on the Corner of PalinettO ngister your namitie on our book opposite a number. This includes one member of
evre stands on the corner of fatiiily who hsa no piano. Also includes one member of any family who has
mmd Volusia avenue, gave a fih how- an iold upright. square piano or organ to trade for a new p ano. On May 2:d
I partv to about fifty of his friends w. ,will put all th' nunmhbers in a box and have a disinterested committee, consist-
"yldyv afternoon. Anio the in- inlr of oir mayor. r. D. I'. Flrteher, and two other prominent citizens to draw a
ya dayt aftwe noon. Ex-Mayor thud-. a n uiir from the box. The name opposite the lucky number will get the beautiful
itd w we noted Px-Mayor Ld Calt'itl l'Pian, Free. Every person in the State of Florida shall have a chance at thins
wig and wife, Ex-Mayor 'Iotter aid ,iann. If you do not live in Jacksonville, all you have to do is to put your name
aqber,. Dr. and Mrs. Snyd..r aft l,,n postal cardand iend to us. Our Iookkeeper will place your name on the
dlaugsr, of Cleveland. Ohio. Ex-.M ivor book. and we will send you a t ard. by n-turn mail, giving you your num.er. Do
ove'r wnay, Gusta'vus H. Goodrich ot .et this keep you from buying a piano during our Cut Price Sale that is now
Goe's M s Cavunningha H. .Jam. ging on. for if you are the Incky and draw this Piano we will take back the piano
S Mi unningam.buy and refund your money. THE CABLE COMPANY, manufacturers of
JLA Mia Lane, Mrs. Frantis S.hovill. pianos arnd organs, Frank Cainw. Manager, No. 110 West Bay St., Jacksonville.
o( south Norwalk, Conn.. Mr. and Mrs.
C. Nash of this place, who were fornaerly
of Norwalk, Dr. and Mrs. Warnren and
The delicious chowder, in a big iron .It Appearamme Before It Split HARD TO GET STARTED.
kttle and served under the primitive I *nto Sheet..
oabs, was made by Senator Jno. IL. The mica ns It comes front the mies Thinr eWhich Overcome a Writer
Farris, of South Norwalk. is in block which a re theoreti'ally Whem Begiamlg aa Article.
Meadames Carter and Ellenwoo.l fur- short rhoIubic prisms, but lprai.i.Ally There Is a feeling of timidity that
ieed music on the hanjo and guitar. are scarcetly recognizable uis stic. hin- oftentimes overcomes a writer when
Worthen Goe plaed theandolin. Ing a very rough and uneven contour beginning an article. As in writing n
Worthen Goveplay thmandolin. They have a very perfect cleaviage letter, it is getting started that puzzles.
The company ang sev..ral old time parall,.l to the base and miy. le split It is the custom to begin with slow
songs; Mr. Ilutchinson sang two or into lamina.l thinner than the thii:nnest moving piston and work gradually Into
the solos. tissue paper, and these lniiinii form full speed until the flow of words is
PastorHawk says when he returned- the familiar transparent simvt p .ues free, and then the difficulty with some
ou an errand, after leaving, lie found End lamp chimneys. The exterior p ,r of us is to find the brake valve. Again.
sme of the more dignified ones _wakig., and worthless, presumably tront the beginning Is a more fitting ending, and
Everybody ,va or tluin pl.'d penetration of water, for nicai son l vce versa. The newspaper style is to
Everybody wa Ilutchinin pi adecomaposes when exposed to any con- throw general conclusions up strong
with the party. Mr. Hutuhli.nn is a siderable weathering. A thick layer under the headlines, while the sermon-
royal host. ot plates has therefore to be removed izer reserves them until his final ell-
from either face of the blocks before max.
A HUMAN FOREST. any mica of commercial sine or value Thackeray remarked once that he
Is reached, and the sheets split from could never tell exactly what be was
S mw 1e41a Trtihesmea Succeed Ia the remainder are surrounded by a going to say until his pen was In hand
iooeptin the Polie. wide margin of worthless material, and under motion and then did not fully
Bem of the India3 tribes over which But the difficulties and losses of realize just what he was saying until It
we rule give us a great deal of trouble, mica mining are far from being all was written. There is a subconscious-
avtably the Mahsuds. The Mahsuds. enumerated. Even when occurring in ness that shapes writing as it does
however, are not by any means the blocks of commercial size It Is ren speaking. This. I know, distuibs some
Wot of the Indian robber tribes, the dered valueless, or comparatively so. well known theories of speaking and
ivnvlable distinction probably falling by one or more of a series of defects, writing-as to weighing everything and
1 the Bhils, who are the cleverest which may be classed as color, specks. then measuring It out as a druggist
.m0xadrels in the world, both in their ruling, ribbing and wedge formation. compounds a prescription-but my oh-
mitha of acquiring other people's It sometimes occurs literally pied with servations are that the preparation is
-aparty and in evading pursuit, black dots, consisting in general of more in getting full of a subject and
!..Py are very proud of their skill in black oxide of iron or garnet. and then letting the mind work free under
Pdurig and openly boast of it. One when even a few of these are present the impulse of the dominating idea.
Cethea once told a British officer that its commercial value is destroyed, be- There are as many ways and meth-
I couN steal the blanket from under cause such mica when used as an insu- ods in writing and speaking as there
Wn and was promptly challenged to lator is peculiarly liable to puncture, are individuals, and yet the fundamen-
110w his ability. That night when the the specks forming practically short tal law in the transmission of thought
eer was fast asleep the Bhil robber circuits for the electric current. The and speech runs largely in the same
Ot a hole In his tent, crept noiselessly same is true of streaks, which are groove, whether it be the jargon of the
fi and gently tickled the hands and sometimes turned to red rust. Hottentot or the polished periods of
1st of the sleeping man. The officer Some otherwise excellent mica is the scholar. Human nature has its
Mred uneasily and turned over. In found to be ruled or cut, as it were,' own primitive impulses that defy all
11 way the Blil was able to pull the with a series of perfectly straight rules of rhetoric and the power of ex-
Miaket q little way. By repeating lines, parallel to one side of the crys- pression-that is, the power, mind yon
M pwffiuce he finally succeeded tal, so that on being split the mica -is deeper seated than any artificial
1 "1eazaz1 the blanket completely falls immediately into strips; or, again, formula of stylists. National Maga-
uW -a the sleeper. Instead of being striped or ruled, the zine.
Wben miaged in his nefarious little mica is often deeply ribbed or corru-. __
* 1 the Bhll wears hardly any gated parallel to the adjacent edges of TABLE qf We TIDES.
and his lithe body Is rublbed the crystal, so as to give the appear- 49"
l1h l to facilitate escape from any alice of the letter A. or, rather, V.' Week beginning Marn.h:10, 190-2.
#4W be captors. When botly pursued whence it is termed "A mica." As the
t British troops, the robbers make ribbed portion has to be cut away tTa a.m. p.m
et a very clever device. They con- the sheet, such mica is unprofitable Sundy...................11:2 11:4
their scant clothing under their unless the blocks be large. Wedge da............... 12:17
round shields and scatter them mica is that in which the block is Mon ay........... .................
to resemble stones or bowlders; thicker at one end than the other, the luesday........................12:47 111
.pic1 ing up a few twigs-if there lamline partaking in the unevenness. Wednesday..................... 1:40 2:11
S Iay to be had-they assume all Bch blocks are wholly wortess e- Thunrsday....................... 2:39 ;3:l14
if* Stgrotesque attitudes, their al- cept as scrap.-Engineering Magazine. Friday............................ 3:3.> 4:04
Sdr ghtb ilouetted against Saturday ........................ 4:20 4:35.
t qaMd limbs of a tree. Abs.lute- OLD FASHIONED. LoW T.lE.
-I a tleai-s, they hold their positions Sunday............................... :23 3:25
t the enemy has passed them. What has become of the old fashion-' Monday............................. :10 :15
Sthis way a British subaltern in ed woman who said, "Oh. now you T day .................... 7:02 7:12
hur of a party sent to capture some hush Wednesday.. .............. :1.
Uhls was considerably startled one What has become of the old fashion- Thuray .. 5.5 9:15
*l. The pursuit had completely i ed man who had his picture taken in Triay :5 1:1
lt eight of the robbers, and finally lodge regala? Friday-. ................. .....:0 :15
the party drew rein by a clump of I WVhat has become of the old fashion- Satilirdllay.............. .....10:4o 11:09
gwrtd and bent tree trunks, tired and ed woman who wore a long gold chain ------ -
ht erou their hard exertions. The of- around hernok Tainek P
beur ti charge took off his hat and i What lhas ibome of the old fashion
placed it on the end of a broken limb. ed woman whlo did things in three
whs Iastantly there was a wild scre lu shakes of lamb's tall? Th' Candy I"4kT
of la hter, and the tree trunks sad- What has become of the old fashion- I VaK
imly came to life and vanished In the ed woman who referred to the best
darkues.-London Express. room In her house as "the room?' Valle St e
Whlint has become of tile old fashion- -
Two ** ~'hat HBaud. ed hole whlere the children sat with
Ome. upon a time two young men their noses ait the window every night Is prepared to furnis i h ine. freph honi-
mad two yong women were playing waitcliing for their father? made candies either at wholesale or
ihrat. and quite frequently one of the WViat has become of the old fashion- retail, at his 'tore ian Saabreeze. Try th,.
yMB men and one of the young worn- ed girl who. ns soon as she became en- Salt Water Taffv. Candies fresh daily.
ae fomd that their fingers were In- gaged. pgot out her crochet needle and
twnedt under the table, out of sight. i began to make her own trimmings?- -
T1 Ager contact did not in the Atchison (Ilbe. Notice.t
a discoeert them-In fact, they ap- Note is .nherebygiven that the under-.
IM lea thm--n fct.the ap titaei will., o tile .lst day of April. A. D..



J. L. Odum, Proprietor.
The fitiest Market Sontlh of .lacksonville.
A full stock of all kids of Flshi Floridla
andli \l'tr a e ti' .'a t .
I'vultry a sim hialty.


Architect, Builder
and Contractor. '
l{,,sile.nce and ohi-e.. nortlewast corner of
Itidgewodl ailnd Volusia avenues.

N IW\\ i II'l.'

JH INiver & S




E',aatraly ~e lu'~' Rate-s Moi

I )r tu.' Nuui Pra~oprieto.


FISH and

li.'eiv'ed freshli 'v
D. iiandi ellivenrd i
iny npart of thel4
1 w\ i the f;
S{;i)y Oyst.er


ery Iliorliinm.
irominptly to
ity...... ...
t4llli Sll. I S

Northern and Western


Poultry, etc.

('enlral lly leiciut-d l i1n neIm.

ro\ -<



LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 15, WI
1.11.W1N.29*e.23*10.6 MAIN LIN. *Mje.7 .7 su *-

,2pi sp Tas 940a Lv....Jacksonville....Ar 700p T7 p 9Sp T7.
...... ...... 94 a ..... o.Jackonvllle..Lv 6 112p ....... ......
*'p a0p t90105a .......8t.Auguston6...... 0p *Up -p
........... ........ U 27a ......... H tn ......... 4p ...... ..... .......
2 4lOp 94p 048,U 42 .......EastPalatka........ 4 68.p .2Bp. 06p 0.
d ....... ....... ...... L. U p .......... Neo( .......... t 5 I> .....................
....... .............. L. p ..................s......... p ... ...... ........
.............. ....... p .......... Dupont ......... p .............. .......S
I p 3 op1047 p .........Ormon......... 3p 17p 7 p 4a
1 utp I*pl a D p ......... Dayton........... 33Lp 4M9p *p 4, a
..................... p .......PortOr n ....... ...... ....
a 12 0s 17pll 9 1a Ip ........New myrnl ...... 3 o0p S p 4p* 4 Ia
............... ...... n ip ......... o k i ......... 3 ..p ...... ..i .
S126 a 03pU07p it?......Tltusvill........m. I p IS
S *...... .. ....... 3 tp ...........hCoeo ............ ....... ...
14 86OpUI60Op $1 p ........ Rockled2ej........ 1.Op IUp p 3'f
.Sp....... *Bp....... 4-........ laum Gie........ 2 .P lp 48 p .......
SP....... p....... 4i p ........ Melbourne........ lJp I M p SpI .......
S..................... ........Sebsti n ....... 1186a ... ...............
..................... p ......... t. en e.......S.. L L47 a .. .... ....... .......
867a 748p N 4p ....... Fort Pierre ... ... i4a1w U 19 | p Ills
...... ....... i ........ W h Tibbat ....... ........ ........
....... i ....... .P ........... den ............ i I ., ......... .......
....... 0!6 ....... >p .......... Jen a .......... ... ................
. ....... I ....... F V p .......... St out d.......... 9 15s,....... ....... .......
7'" so n....... Brope es .....lo9
o .. ..... ....0p ....... WetJupiter ......s t911 ......................
:28:..:.. | 53 .... .-r..... n3:..... ........*M:,:
5 40aa1,e 4 Up p Ar..WeatPaliBeaehh.... 8'al046 l;p .___
6fx0 *..1 p ,Sp Hotel Royal ?olcinaaa. 8 35 101. 3
*SOa 1o1 4 I t 5p Lv....Th Briken...... 8 6 2 10 s 80P 6
6* S0 11 SP *pHotel Royal Poinclana. 810.103 logop CU,
*4a 610 390p 40p tOp ....West Palm Beach..Ar 8 00al1020 pa I_
07 ....... ............ .. p .......... .Boynton ......Lv 7I 6 ............ ......
lo a ........ ............. 1 Cp .....FortLaIuderdale6..... 688 ....... .. .. 4.....
118 s ....... ...... ....... 10 4.p ....... Lemon City ....... 6 s a ..................... p
1146a 810alUOp 40pplo Lp Ar....... Miami ....... Lv 60oa Sa30sU1100a p I0 1p
Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.

*N..23f N5 f71* Ne 36 eNs.!,1 37I.NeA3'.Ns.aa.Ns.N~:Ne.IS
Lv.3.cksonvtfle Ma~9OnaI94oa18U~ ISOp Soopisoopi uu~IiiFTi1

Ar. St. Aug~ustine.....81 3i Oai6aI5 I301) ISoCplaIQ I SO~pI~ju~

NO.78*Ne.92 4Ne.16*Us.4

111r G.L N118tC Auirutine ......... I S:~o 00.1 oa134


*l4.tee ntiter and gt it itI replitiltatic lill ie.1e-hj State
('lie ill t IIis vi )I I Iitv n'ca '1 i v ) t4) o -i re
Iwellitltiv Itlisiute,..los 4 i f s~pu liff uulalciatI
stajiadizugr. saIau ~~IM t Y k I A141 %-ckly w ith1
Florida. *xl-l dd ;lil i'eInl. all ayldtil-eIiin ciasli
eill-hi W-4111-11,1 Vdirect 1f~* l11 ii l...tcl citfleS.
~ ~ Mos an lnris. 111'rla-i g'fuarniuw hih.'lvit.anevc-
e-ttrv. lif,'l'-lies. Eru.hleIse self-aud-
4 V..*' 11t II11II 'en livelt 'J"~..~ alagr

SA nitary Plumbing &-


.Stet.am 1n 1l ,t Witter atrl tingi
Estilnates Furnished. Work (iuaranute .I
1'. 0. Blox 2s -.
ithti,-. t l iEur,.in*.u HlIotel. Slop in iiar.
Dartona. Fla.

JibM desididndnddineisnernMididen,


Do You Smoke?

Well. then you like fine
Cigars. You will find the
finest qiulities, and the
largest assortment at tlw

STATIONs. J86.B5 *jl.t7::U1.19:N11.2l
Lv.Jackx.nville... o 16plo a 2 Op
S. Jak onville.i 6 8p 1 I a p 10
Pablo Beach.... O 10: M piss p10 40 p
Atlantic Beach. 9 15 7 00 p 10 2 45 p
A.r. Mayport ....... 8 17t 25pll 10 3 00 p

STATIONS. t.e. *5*.p No. 2

Lv. Mayprt ....... Na a p11a
Atlantic Beach. 660t 5OOpll4t a
PabloBeseh .... 65 O 505p1150il a
8.Jacksonville.I 7 7a 5 37p122 p
Ar. Jacksonville...I 736a 56 t 18 3Op


Lv. Palatkx.jI915:j111 5.12 I plSpl 0511
Ar.E. P'l'tkaJ 9 as 11 as&l2 4pOf .lpito~


STATIONS. s4N.8..ON.2N.5
Lv. E [P'i'kal 8 4:)&1 9 45 all1481 4 2a I7p1 5355
Ar. Palalk& IV 05C WOfiaII 8pi 307 piIU55p
ONs.57;.Nh.451 STATIO' M N9.4VN.096
6 5p7 451Lv.. E. Palatka.. Ar a 5&i 7 2s v
6 5 p 8(6Ar Sa Mte..vi8 15 7 051

7 06aLv...........Titusville...... Arl 1201p Ns.3 'No I. STATIONs. *N .2 *e._
7 S1 .............. OMim............. p 3 53 p i, l a Lv N. Smnyrna..Ar l top, l
:6 a$............. Teen .j..........1 62 ll *3 11 ..... .ak. Helen .... 12 So p U Ko
5 a........... Enterprlse............ it 11 8 43' II a .. .(I Oreaw0City 13 45 0p
930*Ar ...... ..Sanford........... Lv 11 ea 4 50 11 4.a Ar Or. ityLJe..Lv12 lp. 5
*Daily. Daily except Sunday. Iti)ly -'xc'-,et tMonay. -unday olny.
Trainadonot stopatstations upsite.% wvhiii not lnme i- shown.
These Time Tablps show the times at which trains may l, expected to arrive ant deplat
from the several stations. but their arrivl or departur- at -he times stated is no usranti-d,
nor does the Oompany hold itself responsible for any dclay or any consequcuces arising
Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at MiaL.

a H uw iii' M XIAMI-NASSAU L
Commencing January 6
SLv. Mlama, Mona., Thurs..............11 .0pi Lv. Nw
Ar- aau.Tues..Frts................... Ar. Mia
Commencing February
S W I' STAKI 01 ( .. lAIM for suiiier Ly.isMlim, Mons., Weds. Fris............00op Lv.Na
orit.l upon our r.l. Ar aauTues., Thurs.,se ...........*.|80& Ar. Mia
| MIMIit it i lrn I-HoAVANA DIRE
Thl'alt it is the rio'tt 0 vhtolfesoile. lalat- OomAmencingJanuary


ml, T ur,ur Sun .................. 6
3,1 f02.
qan, Tues.,Thurs.. Sata............s 0
mi, Weds., yFrt., Suns. ............. 0


-M. M. GAdlwin, Proprietor.

Fine Wagons
and CaPPiages.

General Blacksmithing and Repairing.
Shop near Bond & Bond Lumber Yard, 17 DAYTONA, FLA.



7he Northern




" l'h i .


--'a.- *~*


&mde Sa nd L5ate




Next Week



We have a largand varied stock of new goods on the road

which will be here in a few days. We will be better able than

. ever to attend to the wants of the pu&hic. Call and see us. *t

mth & Son DAYTONA.

Council met in regular Wnmion, Mon-
day evening, with President Smith in
the chair.
Present, Aid. Matthews. Harris. Foe-
ter, Stevens sad G. F. Smith.
Minutes of previous meeting read and
approved. Petition of Bingham & Maley
6i put in sewer from their property to
Aep water in river, was read,and it was
moved by Aid. Matthews to grant same;
Following bills presented and ordered
L E. Howard, street work...........$ 3.00
B. F. Hough, catch basin Pal-
metto and Magnolia 4.00
PeUicier, use of horse and surry.... 2.50
Halifax Printing House, tax re-
eeipts and postal cards......... 11.75
B. N. Stevens, order of men on
streets. 6.39
Tom Martin, work Volusia ave ... 6.01
J. & McBride, work Volusia ave... 4.25
im Jackson, work Volusia ave... 6.25
J. W. Morris, work Volusia ave.... 4.10

Moved by Aid. Mathews, seconded by
AM. Harris, to receive the petition of
dlseats oa Fairview avenue, as read,
r reler amm to s8teet committee to
Vi tt and report; carried.
Ittitio of Daytoa Bridge Company,
rqma~ permbeis. to change the ap-
proMah to their brldge,as shown by map
mitted theewith, was read, and it
ws mes by Aid. Matthews, seconded
by AM. I arms, that same be granted,
amitd tt e Daytona Bridge Company
be abowed to make change in approach
a dowa, provided there was no cost to
to th city; carried.
Rx-Mayor Ludwig requested permis-
sionto remit 2 of em against Sewell,
miditwas moved by Aid. Foster, sec-
emfd by Aid. G. F. Smith, that same be
PMwedk carried.
SAseseor Porter presented completed
tu books.
Comeil, as a committee of the whole,
elamimed the tax books and on finding
them correct, it was moved by Aid. Har-
ris, seconded by Aid. Matthews. that the
copies be received, signed and delivered
to the proper oAfers; carried.
Following rules were read:
Moved by Aid. Harris, seconded by
Aid. Mathews to amend by striking out
the words "rising in his place and;" car-
Moved by Aid. Smith, seconded by
Aid. Harrin, to adopt ruleW as amended:
Fibrhief French asked to have cer-
tain connections madefor fire engine and
a water supply furnished to engine house.
Moved by Aid. Mathews, seconded by
Aid. Harris, that French be authorized to
have such connections as were necessary
for the engine made, and that he find
out cost of connecting water to engine
house and report aext meeting; carried,
Moved by Aid. Mathews. seconded by
Aid. Harris, that the chair appoint a
committee to look into thelaw and ordi-
aniaes governing the appointment of.
and also the best plan of employing a
street commissioner to have charge of
of all work on the streets, under the di
reaction of the street committee, and re-
port their nadings to the next meeting
of the council, carried.
Chair appointed Aid. Mathews, Foster
and Harris.
Clerk ordered to notify tax collector
and city treasurer that their bonds as
required by ordinance, must be filed at
Next regular meeting of the council; car-
Adjourned. J. W. WiszL so., Clerk.

Mrs. A. E. Simpson, 509 Craig street,
Knoxville, Tenn., writes. June 10th,
14W: "I have been trying the baths of
Hot Springs. Ark.. for sciatic rheuma-
tisaa. but I get more relief from Ballard's
Snow Liniment than any medicine or
anything 1 have ever tried. Enclosed
d postoffie order for 1.0S. Send me
a large bottle bv Southern Expresu."
Sold by J. M. Jones.

No man ever found a good excuse for
a bad ded,
-0 a .

When losing the house for a month or
more take such precautions that you
may be sure of finding it sweet and
healthful on your return. Have rugs
cleaned and packed away the same an
other woolens. Take down, clean and
put away all druapriem. If you have
upholstered furniture give that a good
b-ating and brushing. Have the house
thoroughly swept and dusted. Have the
floors in kitchen, pantries and laundry
washed with water iu which a little
carbolic acid has been added. Flush the
plumbing with carbolic avid water; then
a few hours before you leave the house
flush with hot sal soda water.-April
Ladies' Home Journal.

Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggist refund the money if it fails
to cure. E. W. (irove's signature on
each box. 25c.

Soften your grief by mixing smiles
with it.
The Best PrescrpUm for Malaria
Chill and Fever is a bottles of 6RovE's
TASTKLCs CmHILL ToXiC. It is siniply
Iron and Quinine in a tasteless fornn.
No Cure. No Pay. Price 30 cents.

It is said that a school teacher the
other day asked her pupils to write a
long sentence. and one of the boys nearly
caused her to faint when he wrote. "IAm-
prisonment for life."

A Physidm Writes.
"I am desirous of knowing if the pro-
femion can obtain Herbine in bulk for
prescribing purposes? It has been of
great ue to me in treating cames of dys-
pepsia brought on by excesw or over-
work. I have never known it to fail in
restoring the organs affected to their
healthful activity." 70k. lotte at .I. M.

Noah wtas onle of thl first to4 advertise.
says an exchang.. lie advertis-d that
he would sail on a ,",rtailn l;it Those
who did not Ielieve in al vrtising failed
to get tickets, and were left out in the
wet without without imnirelans or bath-
ing suite. As most of their could not
swim. they took to the trees anid lecanne
monkeys. The origin otf tiher monkey is
thus settled.

Steps the Cough and Works off the Cold
Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets inre a
cold in one day. No C'ure. 4No Pay. 2-.'-..


Hark! the Easter bells are ringing
All o'er the earth today;
Since 'hrist our Lord has risen,
To teach the heavenly way.
He is our life. our hope. our love,
Our all of earthly good.
The yearning soul finds greatest joy
In his pure brotherhood.
Ye joyful bells of Easter ring.
With love notes in each chime.
The resurrection of our king,
S) glorious and sublime.
Rejoice! rejoice! His blood flowed free
Through flood gates of His heart,
Inspiring men ages He left
That hope and love impart.
O wondrous light, the light of love!
Aglow within the soul!
For He has left the empty tomb
For Heaven's eternal goal;
And leaves to every soul ashore
A sacred promise given,
That we may gain by earnest prayer
A hone with Hint in Heaven.

ChIMirn' Cgaths ndM Ced..
Mrs. Joe McGrath, 327 E. 1st street,
Hutchinson, Kan., writes: 'I have
given Ballard's Horehound Syrup to my
children for coughs and colds for the past
four years, and find it the best medicine
Ever used." Unlike many cough syrups,
it contains no opium, but will sootheand
heal any disease of the throat or lungs
quicker than any other remedy. 25c.,
50c.. and $1.(H) at J. M. Jones.

PORT OR(O&NGE, March 27:-Sheril Tur-
ner and Marhal Rodgers of Daytona
were in town this week, as also were
('apt. C. A. Young and Doctor Eneh.
Doctor and Mrs. Hodgen and the Doe-
tor's mother and his aunt. Mrs. Bennett,
arrived home on the yacht Dora. after
an extended trip south. They are
charmed with our beautiful climate and




Is the largest and most comfortable excursion launch in these
waters; built last summer; ftted with a ten honm iowwer lobe
engine, which means rellabilty. The boat has glass eabia forward.

Make trips T Tu._ oesdays, Thnrday and Saturdays,
to the To ok leaving South Bridge at 8:90 a. m.
Monday, Wedneday and ew Smy from o. Draw
Friday@ trips are made to ew Smyrn at 9.)0 a, m.

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

Fare for Round Trip $1.00.

Launch "Yankee Doodle" for Charter.



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Under Uhhs4~p~m
U5Utb 3ate~, S ~s

- 4 4


SCHMIDT'S VILLA Overlooking the Halifax River

The hotel commands a most attraedw
view in every direction and no 2Wer
location can be found in the viei ty.
It is only one mile from the an
and is convenient to the depot,
poatof&ie, churches and public school.
SMore sunny rooms than any other hotel
Lin town. Bath room and lavatorim.

Masn,. .0 asN h e *s10 or Wolk asd & wa"feda
ienry chmb-ldt. Proprietor, Daytona, 11,

This house is new and is situated on North Ridgewood; has all modern con-
venieneM, heated with hot air; and all outside rooms, singly or en suite. One
suite with private bath; electric lights now in use; broad varandaha; cuisine ex-
cellent. Rates reasonable, and everything done for the comfort of guests.
Daytona, Florida.

Stabreese Avenue, SEABREEZE, FLA.

Renovated and Newly Furnished.

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

Dawtana 3Florida.
Open all1 the Year

In order to advertise the house we now offer the finest aconodxlations in Daytona
at the very low rates of $8 to $12 per week for the months of April and May.
Jo. H. Jouoa & ASow, flauigos



Now Open

Electric.Lighted and Thoroughly Heated

Perfect Cuisine.

Hot and Cold Baths.

Everything Strictly First Class. Rates Moderate,.

Daytona House

Rates from $7 to $10 per week. Situated on Orange Avenue.
T. L. RODGERS, Proprietor.

Seaside Inn
Directly on the ocean beach oplpoite Daytona. Ne.w and modern. Gas
and electric bells in every room. New owean pier aiil .asino.
DUNKLEE & COSS, Proprietors, Mummer hotel: (O.fan View Hlouse. i'igeon Cove, Mass.

Has a Select Stock of......
Perfumery and Fancy Toilct Articles.


DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted professionally during business
hours; office hours Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. in.; 2:30) to 4:30 p. m.

Trowell's Express QI Baggage Line 0

R. F. TRtOUIIVE. 1'ropris-topr.

Office in the Up-to-Date Barber Shop.

Telephone 93.

AllUCall Given Prompt Attention.

Piano Moving a Specialty.

Losley 'Q
Titus w* xv

POOL. 4 4

TRY OUR PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM-25 cents a bottle.
i Street. 9 '4 % P 40 P DATTONA. rLORI D A

,....... p **eeeqeeepe .... p.STS


Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Floormi. SidiO*, Ceilivnr.

'.ent"ry. Brick, Lime and Cement In Stock.
On Wednesday next there is to be a i'Phone 8,3
temperance sesial at the M. E. parson Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
age. There will be recitations, singing R. J. Malby, Masager
and music, and a general good time.
last Sunday Grace church was very
prettily decorated with palms (it heing The N t 's
Palm Sunday) which were kindly do-
nated. by F. .. Montague of Blake. gar.
Monday Bisihop Win. Crane Gray held
divine service in the evening assisted by It' all FlOrida.
the Reva. C. W. Arnold and Mr. McGrath. Why buy imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with opium
After the sermnon four wero confirmed; and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent price?
there were also services Tuesday morn- f23 .........
ing. o x f .5 1......7..4FREEpBY MAILTO ANY ADDRESS.

Our Dorthern friends are beginning to

return to their summer hones. .! 1 TV U T
Eight bell Tuesday evening aind t t Mr. and Mrs. John K. Yonkey left Sun-
Yankee Doodle. with Miss Violet Mc( oy
as hotess, and a jolly cnw f thirty, day for Frankfort. Ind., and Monday
left Conrad s dock and glided northward Mr. and Mrs. Bal and two daughtersand
r the wtsilvery rs of the Halifa. and the Mr. Elliott, all went home to Ind. Mrs.' N O R M A N
gleaming of the "northern lights." and her talented daughter. Miss
toeam more nrhen ts. ndEtta M., returned to their home in Ve- L
those (more pnrosaic) iwanuts.lhuge lIxes
of fudge. dates, ice cream, candy and r I
Buyers galore. with those staid and H. C. Havens. the well man from De-.
decorous chaperones. Miss Ruger and Land. is here with his tools to put down: Fully Kiln Dried Pine a
Mrs. Mahon. their destination the Or- three wells. Lumber, Flooring,
mond hotel was reached at about 10 A large part went to the llet Thurs- and Bevel
o'clock. Here the exquisite selections of da in the Dtolphin.t and evel
the Ormond on-hestra charnedl all for a I
full half hour, at the end of which thevI, Moonlight sailing parties are in order. Mouldings. Shingles a
were reluctantly forced to withdraw ___ I Iand Cement and P
amid the entrancing strains of the "'Lost
Chord." A brief visit to the power- So Sweet ans Pteil Ita Teste. 'Phone
house and the return trip which was Mrs. ('. Peterson, 625 Lake St., To- Magnolia Ave. and F. E. C. R
ka. Kan.. speaking of Ballard's Hore-
even more enjoyable. At 12. precisely. hound Syrup. mays: it has never failed DAYTONA,
the happy crowd disembarked, there to give entire satisfaction, and of all
was 3 cheers and a tiger for Miss MeCoy. cough remedies, it is my favorite, and I
Capt. Will and Engineer Ben of the "nust confess to my many friends that it
will do. and has done. what is claimed
Yankee Doodle. good wishes and an re- for it-to sptedily cure a cough or a
voirs, and thie moonlight ride was a nld: lns it is so sweet and so pleasing Spncer B G n
thing of the past. ThIe happy few were: in taste." 2-m.,' 34k.. and $1.00 bottle SJ nA r-B. JGCre
Miss Ruger, Mi-s Minnie Ruger. Mt~es wic-k. at .I. M. Joies.
Ing, Miss Sutton. Miss Mainie iullinghal, a u
Mrs. Mahon. Mix Thompson. Mle B.s .- Sanitary Pd.umbng
Mio Elale Oliver. Mis.es Moore, Miss Louise Mendenhall. Misses Hobbs, Miss Edith Bar Pulk Notlce to Physiclem d Srgeem.
rett and Mi-Grace Mendenball.. Rev-. t of Medical Examier, Stam and Hot
don, Francis Logdon. William Roall. Je Seventh Judicial District. Steam and Hot
rome Burgman, Messrs. Heston. Cliarlie Lud- (rlando, Fla.. November 4, 1901 ) : l
wai, Mr. White. Mr. Flood and IAou (livrr. In "t.ordanl within an atentitlil "An W t/r n I lier .Ht
I itw-vodane wih lt arenttled "A

Act to Regulate the I'ramtike of Medi-
vine." etc., approved .MAay tl. 1 95, you
ire herelir notified that the Board of A .



tnd Cypress Finishing
Ceiling, Novelty
and Lath, Brick, Lime
master of Parts.
Ry. (West of Poetoffice.)


I \I G 1If ,& UUI Druggists
l*******l J
The Largest and Most Complete Stock
of Drugs in Daytona. Prescriptions com-
pounded by Registered Pharmacist only.

W Perfumery and Toilet Articles. W

First Class WorK

Daytona Steam


P* M.?



4a vu im ^ILILY

p the old top .Of
llpa as -not appreciated by
.,at a the maglls really so ob-

*A1mYI You an't get an Idea Into
m =IMs5an'- head with a surgical
-lha," Goeiared Mark Twain.
''qu.etUmt remained in solemn
^^t tfor a moment. Then he broke
Sf a hearty kugh.
4uite a delclows Joke!" be exclaim-
@. "-tJhouh of course If you were
4 open the Englishman's skull you
*mld kill him, would you not?"
Mark Twain turned to the second
aHi0glma "What did I tell you?
He wants to know whether it wouldn't
kll him!"
The countenance of the second Eng-
ishnan was like a blank wall.
*Wouldn't it?" be querled.-New York

eattig the cu-toes.
A party of Englishmen staying in
France went for a drive which extend-
ed beyond the Italian frontier, where
they purchased a basket of fruit. Up-
on their return the revenue official
stopped the carriage and said the tax
mimut be paid for the fruit. The Eng-
lishmen at once told the driver to stand
stll for awhile. Then. with the dis-
gAted official looking on. but unable
to interfere, they calply and deliber-
tely ate the contents of the basket
ma" went on their way untaxed and

* -a ~a eellent memory.
1119,W she said. looking at him sfe-
vwrl., "did you know that yesterday
we the anniversary of our wedding'."
*Certainly, my darling, certainly." he
replied, prlaing that he wasn't at
all surprised. "Didn't Mtey send that
tte thing out from the Jeweler's that
I @rfred for you? I shall go around
ay sad see about it. Confound those
people, aayway! They promised they'd
send it yesterday without fall. If
there's anything that makes me mad,
It's to have people lie to me about a
thing of that kind. I'd have gone some-
where else if they had said they
Melldn't have it reandy in time. Well,
'11 make such a kick when I get into
town today that they won't forget next
time, I'll bet. Yes, I remembered it,
my dear. I thought of you all day and
t that other happy day. What a glo-
1isus-why. my darling. what are you
ering for?"
"Oh, you 1-1-liar" she sobbed. "It
ian't till next month, and you're de-
eivting me! Go away! Don't you dare
to t-t-touch me!"
"Coonoand women anyhowr' he said
as be went down the front steps.
"They're never happy unless they're
making trouble for themselves!"-Chl-
B- Herald.
CKhep at the Price.
A certain pompous and officious judge
ta a western town had Just fined a
young lawyer $10 for contempt of
court. After it had been paid a grave
oM attorney walked up to the benchI

Sad iM down a ten dollar goldplece.
"What Is that for?" asked the judge.
"For emte.'nupt. your honor," was the

*t I didn't fine you for contempt."
al wered the judge. "There must be
Gne mistake."
SOhk. uo. therc isn't." replied the old
man. "I have cherisbed a secret con-
tempt for this court for a long time,
and I'm willing to pay for it."-Chica-
go News.


Savannah H P 00.

"Savannah Une."


New York. Boston and the East

Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
Sallings from Savannah
Ships Every Week
To New York. making close connections with New York-Boston ships or Sound
Lines. All ticket agents are supplied with monthly sailing schedules. Write for
gew.nirl information, Nailing schedules. stateroom reservations, or call on
WALTER IIAWKINS. General Agent. 224 West Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fliu.
1'. !:. LFEVRE, Manager. E. T. CHARLTON, (G. F. & i. A.
New Pier 35 North River. New York, N. Y. 3:-15-02

Richbmond Washnlgtoa Baltimore
Philadolphia e3 taon Atlanta
Asheville Chattanooga Loutmis lle
Cincinnati St. Liga Kansas City
Detroit Cleveland Pittsburg
Chicago. etc.


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

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
Ask for Tickets via Seuthern Railway. Cerrepesesse Selilted.

H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pa. Agt. 108 V. Bay St., JacksoavlkL, FI.

General Pauenger Agent,
aWashigton, D.
J3muawr 15. 1902.


Bome years ago at a Mardi Gras ball why So many Iersmoms Sauer From
at the Hopkins Institute of Art a man, This Di"treaming Trouble.
masked, approached a woman, masked, It requires alo;t :v-. hours for the
and asked her for a dance, as is con- stomach to work o. I ., :'dinary meal
edered right and proper at Mardi and l"ss it out of t-., !. whe'n it falls
Gras. Into a Mtate ol rf si lnit-e if a nian
"But I don't know you, sir," said the eats three tionis r I 'I.v his stomtIach
lady in ber most ley tone. must work liftl. ii lurs out of* thie
"Well, I'm taking as big a risk as twenty-f'ur. Aft.:r a night's sleep we
Yeasre," retorted the man. wake up with ua c-rtuin :taniuntit of hosi-
lly vigor which Is faiithfnlly Iortioned
out to every musck-l of lthe system and
every s 't of ttmuscles. each its rightful
Sj* share. the stoimachl amiing others.
When the external w.bod gets weary
after a long day's work. the stomach
bears ils share of the fatigue. but if,

Swhen tee" l"ly is weary with the day's
toil. wAe put it to t,,d i i'" g thlt stonl-
a n al me:lwhihl t l :ii : t iw- 1ir" ;ik i Ii(h
Scnhi must le' Iw (rf rin *1. w< i mnp.s upon
the vory best f'riinld \-e hlavi-the one
Sick headache, nervoushead- that givh us one of the largest amounts
ache, tired headache, neuralgic of earthly .t i v .Iv .:t -iil if this over
headache, catarrhal headache, taxing is '*',)iinh .1 it luist ais e rtaina-
headache from excitement, in ily weair outl Ir'iiniit, :ts thlie Idy
fact, headaches of all kinds are itself will if it is t ,\,rvirked every
quickly and surely cured with day.
Au I. if 'r''- :lt I'":wee''i meals.
DR.. MILES' then 1,' st ii:.'''. h l, ni rest from
bre;ils';;st in the rI iig tii;g il 1. 2. 3
Pai n P ills, or 4 ro'' < ". I'.xt (l::.:v; hlince it is that
sO 11;1Ilt p i-*:N lr ,;\' \ v .'ys Abo all pains such as backache, stuim:-'i is \ ': '..'i- t! aW ii d so
neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatic consii.tily tl:. i I:.'ewn's'ii's too eak to
pais, monthly pains, etc. work .it all I.,.:.!.v l'aitily D)-otor. .
Dr. Miles' Pain Pills are worth their.
weig iannlld."says Mr. W. D. Krea-
meo, .o hAkansas City, Kan. "They The r' :t.':1 I : in in Tunis hhas a
c Ied ay wife of chronic headache tryin- onri to -i t r,.i :i t'ihr her

'Dr. WMiles' Pain Pills drive away
pain as if by magic. I am never with-
out a supply, and think even-one
should keep tf handy. One or two
pills taken on approach of headache
will prevent it every time."
J. Juoa Jou.No.N, Chicago, IlL
Through their use thousands of
people have been enabled to at-
tend social and religious func-
tioms, travel, enjoy amusements,
etc., with comfort. As a prevent-
ative, when taken on the ap-
proach of a recurring attack,
they are excellent.
S*. by all Drugists..
as Dimas. 25 cents,
Dr. Mies Medloal Co., Elkhart, Ind.

Your Tongue
if it's coated, your stomach
is bad your liver is out of

tbltro.th tl I t. ii w .o n l lt' :he'r choice.
but wb.s, <,-li" -h is She has to be
fatte'tei.l I I ii i !, 0., -! :'' Iofore fhe

Ain't Gen' Pms. Agnt,
C. At ta Ga.

The Origin of Speech.
The dog can emit four or five differ-
ent tones, each Indicative of a special
mental condition and each fully under-
stood by its companions. The barn
door fowl is credited with from nine to
twelve distinct vocal sounds, each ca-
pable of a special Interpretation by Its
fellows. The gestures of the lower an-
imals are either facial, like the grim-
aces of the monkey, or changes of bod-
ily attitude, like those of a dog. After
citing the above mentioned facts the
president of the anthropological sec-
tion of the British association in a re-
cent address went on to say that he
thought it might not unreasonably be
inferred that the remote progenitors
of man relied upon equally lowly
means of communication and that from
such humble beginnings speech has
been slowly evolved. Even yet we find
gestures, facial expressions and cer-
tain vocal sounds often more eloquent
than words.-Youth's Companion.
Prepared For All Emergeciles.
It is proverbial, of course, that the
French shopman always hopes to make
twice as much as he should out of the
Englishman and twlee as much again
out of the American. An English tour-
Ist who knew the French shopman,
though he did not know his language,
adopted a simple expedient for trans-
acting his business abroad. lie carried
a card into every shop he entered on
one side of which was written, "Com-
blen?" (How much?) and on the other.
"Je vous donneral Ia moltle" (I will
give you half). It Is said that he never
found further conversation necessary.
Kept Her Eyes Open.
The first appearance on the stage of

cereon)iii -: !i .k i, Mrs. Kendal was at the early age or
As s on) :,' t,,, i. :.,., t.;l,'s place five years. She played the part of a
shi( is 1:,:.. n It ;', ,.... "; ::nl thi re coop- blind child and frankly confessed that
edl up til t '. f.,I;.t '.nro,'.-s is con- It was not a success. Unwisely she
clude'l. S;l\r sli:.I,,i's nre f:hste>ned had been given a pair of new shoes
round I,.r "ri-'N-s zinl inkles. and the for the performance, and so great was
task of 'I. r pir',:- :tinl future hus- the child's delight in these that nothing
band is to iin.r'ias her Ibulk till her could ltiduce her to keep her eyes shut,
wrists anid :tnkles till tip the shackles. as she should have done, and refrain
If thie hluslind is n widower or has from taking stray peeps at her beau-
"dischlargel'" his fir't wife. the girl has tiful. shiny footgear.
the' shackles of the first spouse placed
on her. and she must fill them out. What He asw.
It takes a long time to do this. as a An Irish teamster went to his parish
rule. and sometimes it cannot be ac- priest in a great fright and told him
complished in spite of all efforts. It is that be had seen a ghost on the church
then open to the future husband to cry wall as he pDased It in the night.
off the bargain or waive the condition. "And what was it like?' asked the
In the case of a bachelor he takes care Priest.
to see that the bracelets and anklets "t was lke nothing so much as a
are not too large-that is. If he is fond big af," id Patrick. wild eyed.
of the girl-but if he is being forced "'Go*ho'e, Pat, and be easy," replied
into the marriage by his parents he is the priest soothingly. "You've only
a great stickler for custom. Stout girls seen your own shadow."




all the

from a


The Shortest Route.


The Best Line.

Double Daily Service, Including Sundays to
with THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS. It is the Only Line Olperat
Daily Through Pullman Car Service I.-tween Jacksonville and New Orlem

For further information write to
A. 0. MACIV)NELL. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Ji.-ksonville. Florida
R. E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent. Portsmouth, Va.
J. M. BARR. First Vice-President and General Manager, Portsmouth.


Pure Wucs rm Nat urd Rook

R MTsftuwt summkmdhsh

Wed k tm iss tblistM

Pelo.e, 50 Cents.

Flrepeedby MJlE F. MAIARD. SL LU*. M.

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The Great Through Car Line from Florida-C'-nnections:
E-a AThe AtlahticCoaSt Line, via Charleston, Richmond
n." and Wishinton.
.E asl t The Southern railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
es The Southern Ry. via Jeup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.
W est The Southern Ry. via MHaannah, Columbia, Ashville
The'Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
ast Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship company for
SNew York, Philadelphia and Bostdn.
E Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners Transpor
station company for Baltimore.
Via Norfolk and steamer for New York, Baltimore
4 and Washington.

To Key West and Havana,'via Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company.
To Nova Scotia, CapeBreton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada,
AtIantic and Plant Steamship Line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottestown.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will le on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States to
all Florida resorts, via the Plant System during the wsason 1901. 1902, limited to
return until May 21st. with tihm lil-ralI stop-over privileges in Florida.
Addremses of parties in the North sent to tlhe undersigned will be liberally map-
plied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rates, sleeping ear reservations. etc.. eall on, or write t
F. M. JOLLY. Division Passenger Agent, 1; West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Florida,
W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, B. W. WRENN, Pas. Traffic Man.,
Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga.







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Through ticketMto New York, Pbhaduhft
New Haven, New London, Jo
Provide, Fa Rier, Baad,

at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three steammr
trains every Thursday, leaving Jacksonville as follows:
Via the Ses Islands............................0:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limitd.y
Via Plant System........................... 3:15p. m.
Via Seaboard Air Line................... 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
Pamnengers leave Daytona 6;29 am and
3:22 pm, making close caonaetions.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations, tighets, ete., addmsi
A. W. PYE, Agent, 220RW S
A W Jacksogville, Florida.


Geo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytms, PhL.
.e.. ....*****.*.......*.****** ***


Western & Atlantic Railroad.
route of the

"Chica o and Horida Umied" train t

4 and "Dixie Flyer" sleeping cars
The "Chicago and Florida Limited" in the quickest train from 8
and Jacksonville to Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville and Chicago with Pimbea's
finest Observation and Drawingroom sleepers. dining ears, etc., through without
change. The famous "Dixie Flyer" all the year round sleeper via Atlanta and
Martin to St. Louis without change.
For information relative to rates, schedule, etc., or for sleeper reservations, white

C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass Agent, TOM M. DOYLE, Fla. Pas. Agent
Atlanta. Ga. Jacksonville, Fla,
H: F. SMITH, Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.,

Tri-Weekly Sailings I
Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.

.t druggists. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Th" Five-Cent lwket is en ughi forr uan ordliinary ,asiCyn. Didrt Servik. BetwSwn
The family bottle, 60 cents, contains a
Calling at Charlekton Both Ways.
Se thlbound ... .. ... .................. From Lewis' Wharf. Boston
Atlantic, Valdosta & W western Ry. Nort .... ......................from foot Catherine street, Ja.cksMville
..- (DeBary Line)

No. 2

7:2.3 am......... R:(M)
10:55 amI.........11:17,
I~ 3iI

N .. 4


Lv..............akonvill.......... Ar
A r.............. Valdosta............... v
ir M.tlmn. a ...............Lv


No. Between Jacksonville and Sanford
am ......... 1:00 am BLUE SPRINGS and Intermediate l*tndings on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
pn .........11:2 am

4:1' "l......... E........... ................... .................... ............. ..o n v ille 1
1:00 am ......... 1: 11111 r........... ittanoog .......... : .........:0 a STEAMER ty of Jacksonville, -
($:40 nm ......... ;:5. et Ai ..............Nashvill.......... v 1::t3l am......... 9:.30 pi ('APT. W. A. SHAW
12:01 im 1......... 1:40 pm .% .............M artin ......... I. ,:! n.......... ::47 l p
12:0 1" 1:44 I' '.. ..lArisn........I.-51. ::47m ISAPPOINTIr TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS:
7:24 1,''......... 6:52.. ati A r.............. St. l ....... 1 1: 1 n........ :3 aIn
0::24 pm........ r 'hitg. l. v ;:, ,H 11111 Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m,.Ssdays, Tuesdays and Thuradas

12:411 pn......... 2::311o I A............ ouisvill .........v 3:1MI al......... 2:35 ipm Leaves Sanford 9;30 a. m. Modays, Wedoesdays and Fridays
4:15 pit.... 7: 24 aint .\r............ Cinviunati ........... .v 11:1- pin .........11:0. ani Southbound, SCHEDULE Northbound
:1 .r ......... ... .......... 'hi.ago.... ...I 7:oo pi ......................... R ad dow n Read up .
L.......................... ave 3:30 pin.......................... JACKSONVILLE............................. rrive 2:00 am n V
-- --- :435 pan................................PALATKA................................ leave 8-00 pm,
No. 4-D ixie Flve.r-4'arrit.s 1'ullmani all ;i\\ g I to n ltliffett Sl- iit n "a .. :41) ain......................................ASTOlt.................................... 2:30p pm
Jacksonville to St. Louis and .Jarksonville to Chi.agom without changee. making 4:30 im.................................ST. FRANCIS.......................... 1: pm
dine-t conneetioin at Nlshivill- with sleeping cars for Louiisvihll. andi i,.ininati. .... EREFOR.......................BEREFOR ( NI.................... 12:00a'
Only stops at following A. V. & \W. stations: d Cra\\f.,rd.. I n ttr ti.1 Fargo. .. 6:00 m............................BLUESPRINGS ............................. 11:Oam
Thoug2-h Eo e xl n ss-St Is aw n il .ks vill- &alstationi. idiret O Arrive8:30 ami.....................................SANFOR ................................ :3 a
nt'etions for all points West atnd Northwest. viaii th I'ordl'.-le altI Mmtamii. -
I(onnectiuns made at Jacksonvill- with all northbound tIrins .f th..1 4.1Sto l General Passenger and Ticket
Air Line and Florida East Co('ast Rys. General Passenger and Ticket ofice,
E. II.BARNES,, Gen. Supt.. ). D K' T, A't. 204 W Bay st. Jacksonville.


To St. Louis and Chicago

Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars from .nacksonville to St. Louin and to Chieago,
leaving Jacksonville daily at 4 p. nm., via the famous

Diie Fiver Route

A. C. HAGERTY, East'n Pass. Agent, F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., F. P. A..
19 State St., New York. 204 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla
T'IOS. D. HALEY, Local Frt. Agt. C. P. IA)VELL. Asat. Fla. Supt.,
Foot Hogan St.. Jacksonville. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville.
.1 N. L. HOWARD, Superintendent,
FYot Hogan St., Jacksonville.
THEO. 0. EGER, Wrt. P. CLYDE & CO..
General Manager General Agents,
C'heebrough Building, 19 State St., Oliposite Battery Park, New York.


Air Line Railway.


& I had been troubled a.year, off and on. with omintioption. hil-
iousness and sick headaches. Nothing .se-niMld to do )ile ainy go< "i.
()ne- day a friend asked me what the tnroublel was. When 1 told
him lie recommended R II'"A N'S Tabules. That eveningIl got i
blox, and after the second box I ewgan to feel so 'mulIt relief that I
kept on with then. I have. tipans ''Taule.s always' in thie hl. use.
now anld carry ;i package of their in my aok'-t.

(Oii- gives relh-i.



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