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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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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: April 19, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
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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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C C BARNES

at the NOVELTY STOF
for anything in the following lines: viz
tiomery Newpapers Magazines
Oka Musical Goods Artist's Supplies
dectionery Fruit Nuts
wlry Clocks Watches
raw Toilet Articles Pocket Knives
hing Tackle Sporting Goods Games
sketa Bird Cages and Glass
daks Supplies School Supplies
e Supplies Window Shades Masks
Ia Toys Notions


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


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A MATIC KIRRIAGE.

Mr. and Mrs. Abel W. Welts, who make
their winter home in Daytona, received
a telegram Monday from their daughter,
Miss Clara Angela Wells, saying "I am
married."
The bridegroom is Dr. Harrison Joseph
Trask, a young physician of Buffalo.
The wedding is the culmination of a
romastoe.
Instead of coming to Daytona this
winter Miss Wells remained at her home
in St. Joseph, Mich. Dr. Trask went
there to visit a college chum, Dr. D. N.
Barret
The young people met at a dancing
* party four weeks ago for the first time.
Dr. Trask made a flying trip to Buffalo
and on his return met Miss Wells in
Chicago. They took a train to Cass
apolis, Cass County, Michigan, last
Thursday, where they procured a license
and were married.
The parents of the bride have never
seen the bridgroomand the bridegroom's
parents have never seen the bride. The
couple are now at the Wellington Hotel,
in Chicago.
The bride's father is president of
Cooper, Wells & Co., of the Welle-Hyman
Company and of the Union Banking
Company. He also bears the distinction
af being the richest citizen in St. Joseph.
The bridegroom's father is said to be
a millionaire iron manufacturer.

The Bennett House closes next month.

To te PebIle tsa Gm*as .
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. BNseLL, Proprietor.


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SOME

DAINTIES. i
We have just received a lai
stock of goods manufactul
by the National Biscuit i
They are strictly high gra
and nothing can be found


equal them. Here are sot
of them.


Graham Waters
Brownie Wafers
Fruit Cake
Almond Bon Bons
Butter Gems
Five O'clock Teas
Oswega Crackers
Minuette Waters
Water Biscuit


Morrell's Breakfact Bacon, t
finest that money can buy.

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

We have the largest assortme
high grade canned goods in I
county. The prices, of court
ar right.


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DIED ON THE TRAIN.
Just after she had climbed aboard the
north-bound Plant System train which
left Jacksonville at 7:45 Monday even-
ing, an aged lady, whose name was
afterwards ascertained to be Mrs. Miller,
was attacked with heart failure, and
after a short paroxysm, fel -.back dead
in the seat of the coach. A postal card
was found on the unfortunate lady
addressed to T Ewing Miller, Hotel
Despland, Daytona, she being his wife.
The couple have been spending the
winter at the Deepland, and Mrs. Miller
left here Monday afternoon for her home
in Columbus, Ohio, her husband to follow
on in a day. He received news of his
wife's death about eleven o'clock Mon-
day night and left the next morning for
Jacksonville.
While crossing the depot platform from
the East Coast train to the train on the
Plant System Mrs. Miller was beard to
complain of a sudden illness, and she had
to be given help in getting into the
coach. She was traveling alone and had
a reservation in a sleeping car. In her
excitement, however, she did not get on
the right car and died in the day coach.
Mrs. Miller was about sixty years of
age, and was very prominent in
Columbus.
lal k Book LoOt Loot.-Reward
If the finder of a bank book, lost in
Daytona, bearing the name of "W. A.
Browne, Greenville, 0.," will return
same to this office he will be suitably
rewarded.

THE BISHOP'S CONSECRATION.

The date for theconsecration of Bishopl
W. J. Kenny, of the Catholic Church.
has been definitely fixed for Pentecost
Sunday, the 18th of May, at the Cathe-
dral in St. Augustine. Among the
Catholic prelates who will be pr-sent
are Cardinal Gibbons, of Baltimore;
bishop of Wheeling, bishop of Charleston,
bishop of Wilmington. bishop of Savan-
nah, bishop of Mobile and bishop (f
North Carolina.
Owing to the absence in Europe of
the bishop of Richmond, lie will not lwi
able to attend, but quite a number of
of other bishops of the church will be
present and take part in the ceremonies.
The indications are that the Cathedral
will be crowded to repletion, there being
a general desire to witness theeremonies
by persons of all religious faiths, they
being unusually grand and impressive.

To Bshe Pblic.
I am meeting prices made by other
milk dealers, and am still continuing
the good service I have given my pat-
rons in the past. C. E. Joaeso.;.

WARREN P. LOVETT CONVICTED.
At Augusta, peorgia, the ease of
Warren P. Lovett, charged with using
the mails for fraudulent purposes, was
disposed of by the United States Court
Monday morning. Lovett wassentenced
to serve eighteen months in the Federal
Prison at Atlanta, but Judge Speer
stated that he would sign a recommend-
ation to have him taken to the Federal
asylum for the same at Washington,
D. C. Lovett was well known to some
of the older business man of Daytona,
he at one time being in the emoloy of
Price & Robbins, of Jacksonville, as a
traveling representative.

IS.Reduced rates on the launch Colum-
bia on and after Monday, April 7th.
To Tomoka, 75 cents; to New Smyna,
75 cents; to Ponce Park, 75 cents. To
the Tomoka Tuesdays, Thursdays. Sat-
urdays; to New Smyrna, Mondays, Wed-
nesdays, Fridays. Leave at the usual
time.
WE'RE RIOIHT SMART.
Daytona is taking on city airs. On
Monday evening an ordinance was In-
troduced at the council meeting provid-
ing for the numbering of residences and
all places of business. The plan is emi-
nently proper, and perhaps before very
long, West Palm Beach will have some-
thing of the same kind. It is rather
awkward to have to tell an inquiring


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They were identified with the M. E.
Church while here and will be greatly
missed.
"-Boston Brown Bread and Baked
Beans at the Gramling Bakery to-day.
Mrs. Charles Lockwood. of Yonkers,
N. Y., is visiting with her cousin, E. N.
Waldron, on Ridgewood. From here
Mrs. Lockwood goes to Holland, France
and Germany on a tour with her grand-
daughter. Miss Margurite Lockwood.
spending the summer in Switzerland.
I Finest line of home-made candiesat
the Gramling Bakery.
There were a company of thirty eight
met at the Methodist Episcopal parson-
age Monday evening for tne weekly
reading circle of the Epworth League.
Some half dozen or so of the young
people are going north in a few days.
Mrs. Hawk planned a little surprise in
the way of ice en-am and cake, and the
Leaguers planned a little surprise in


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OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALl

WOnly the best at the Gramling
Bakery.
Roy P. Barker was avisitortoDeLand
last week.
W'Graham and rye bread at the
Gramling Bakery.
Dr. L. T. Daniel, of Cocoa, was in
Daytona last Saturday.
Col. C. P. Lovell, of Jacksonville, was
in the city Friday of last week.
1 'A full line of ladies' vests at 5, 10,
15 and 25 cents at J. A. Hendriek's.
Now is a good time to look out and
prepare for forest and railroad fires.
Mr. Robertson has erected an addition!
to the rear of his house on Ridgewood.*
W. H. Parker was over to DeLand
this week attending circuit court, as a
witness.
J. P. Thomas was down to Palm
Beach and other points along the coast
this week.
Gust Schmidt left last Saturday for
DeLand, to resume his studies in Stet-
son University.
D. F. Morrison left Thursday for
Barberville, where he will visit with his
family for a week.
i.It is time to get a summer suit.
Smith & Son will get one for you from
$12 to $20, tailor made.
1W'Brain bread, the great brain devel
oper and nerve builder, fresh every day
at the Gramling Bakery.
Mrs. L. Thurn and daughter, Mrs. J.
W. Patterson, of New York, were at
Schmidt's Villa this week.
g'If yon want your painting and
paper hanging done in a workman-like
manner consult Kost & Gwinner.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Snyder and Mr.
and Mrs. Bagley left yesterday for their
home in New Jersey. They are very
pleasant people.
lion. Thomas Goodall has closed his
beautiful home on the peninsula and will
leave today for his northern abode at
Sanford, Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Trowell, of Fort
Pierce, were in Daytona last Saturday.
They are visiting with J. B. Case. of
Port Orange for a couple of weeks.
Father O'Boyle announces the drawing
for the gold watch left over from the
Church Fair will be held in the Armory
at 7:30 p. m.. Wednesday, April 23rd.
All persons desiring to have their
ticket money paid for Lyceum Course
returned must apply for it not later than
April 20th to Mrs. Graham Thompson.
VAqSiummer hats for men and boys at
Moore Bros.
Contractor E. E. Starkey is erecting
a barn and machine shed for Adam
Schantz on the farm west of the city.
The building will be 30x42 feet, and
two stories high.
,%_White heavy duck summer trousers
for $1 at Smith & Son's.
Robert McPherson, of Stuart, visited
with Henry Schmidt this week. Mr.
McPherson is an extensive pineapple
grower, and some of the finest fruit that
comes to Daytona is from his pineries.
gIeThe Stillman dresser trnnks are
sold at Moore's.
Evangelist Bennett, of Pensacola, will
preach at the Christian Church, Friday
evening. April 2.5th. Rev. F. J. Longdon
will preach Sunday, the 27th, at 11
a. m. and 7:30 in the evening. All are
cordially invited to attend.
g..The U-Want-One patent leather
shoe for $2.50 at Smith & Son's.
A. J. Hutchinson has ornamented his
parkage on Volusia avenue with several
palmettos. Less pine and more pal.-
mettos would make the city look more
tropical, and be less in the way of the
telephone and electric light wires.
U Pastry that is dainty, delicious and
nutritious at the Gramling Bakery.
Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham and daugh-
ter left Wednesday for New Rothelle,
N. Y. They have been here since early
last fall, and have won many friends.


The Palmetto closed Wednesday.
,@S ummer drew goods at Moore
Bros.
The magnolias are commencing to
bloom.
MWMosquito canopies, all sizes, at
J. A. Heudrick's.
The Hotel Ormond closed for the sea-
son last Saturday.
W. H. Peters returned from his ocean
fishing trip last Sunday.
E. D. MeLeod, of DeLand, was a visi-
tor in Daytona yesterday.
J. R. Cole, the lgston grocer, was a
visitor to DeLandlast week.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Lewis left Thursday
for their home at Detroit, Mini.
Dr. G. M. Wallace is a candidate for
reelection as mayor of Ormond.
Ray Conrad, of DeLand, visited with
friends in Daytona last Sunday.
M'Take a look at the new corsets at
Moore Bros; the Kabo and W. B.
The visitors are getting scarcer and
Daytona is assuming a summer look.
F. A. White attended' the Sunday
School Convention at Gainesville, last
week.
Kingston expects to have a postoffice
in the new future, with J. R. Cole as
postmaster.
Jas. H. Johnson informs us that lihe
has leased the Seaside Inn for the
summer season.
The many friends of W. J. Harding are
pleased to know that he is improving
from his illness.
Ernest Mills has opened his barber
shop on the peninsula and is now doing
business at the new stand.
Charles Schantz expects to sever his
connection with the electric light plant
and leave next week for Ohio.
Among the prominent people at
Schmidt's Villa this week was Geo. W. L.
Curtis, of Northampton, Mass.
Miss A nna Farin, who has been spend-
ing the past month here, returned to her
home in St. Augustine Thursday.
W'FOR SALE:-A good Hamlin organ.
Call at cottage south of Riverview, Sea-
breeze. MRs. Annmi E. Gaimis.
R. C. Hall, a respected citizen and
prominent G. A. R. man of DeLand com-
mitted suicide last Saturday by hanging.
q..Kost & Gwinner, the painters and
paper hangers, are artists in their line.
and you will make no mistake in con-
sulting them.
Mr. and Mrs. Ball. who have iween
running the Van Dorn House this sea-
son, left Thursday for their home at
Asbury Park, N. J.
Mrs. Isabelle W. Stone is having a run
of fever and chills. She has been con-
fined to her room about a week, but is
much improved now.
Bingham & Thompson have sold the
J. J. Bufton house on South Ridgewood.
to Mrs. Marsh, of Iowa, who will niake
it her permanent home.
W. J. Temple, who has been employeil
as a typo on the Journal, drew his
salary os usual last Saturday evening-
he has not been seen around thewc
parts since.
A difficulty arose between the joint
management of the Colonnades and
Clarendon Inn last week, and Carl
Knappe has been appointed receiver of
the two hotels.
Mrs. M. W. Glenn is visiting with Mrs.
Jerome D. Maley. She has resigned her
position as teacher in the DleLand public
schools, and in a few weeks will return
to Columbia, S. C.
E. L. Bond has purchased a lot on Cot-
tage avenue just back of his home. 1He
will move his house onto tihe newly ac-
quired lot and build a new one on his
Orange avenue property.
Lindstedt, the shoemaker who was in
charge of Erickson's shop at this place,
last summer, was adjudged insane at
DeLand Tuesday. He was taken to the
asylum the following day.


The launch Indine. from Daytona,
stopped here Tuesday on her way to
Rockledge with the following party of
tourists on board: Mrs. L. F. English,
Mrs. M. II. P'utnan. Mrs. 1. E. Jorden,
Mrm. E. M. lHolden and Miss L. 0. Ripley,
of Springfield, Mass.. and James Lane,
Luella I. Iane, Mrs. F. A.. Shoville and
A. .1. lHutchinson. of South Norwalk, Ct.
.After a trip to Rockhlege they stopped
off here Wednesday ond spent the night
at the Indian River Hotel, leavingThurs-
day morning for the Halifax. The
launith was in charge of Me1srs. E. A.
iinilhwrg and W. 0. Collins, and they
took Mr. Whinfield's yacht in tow for
.Sabreeze.-Titusville Star.







For two years I suffered ter-
ribly from dyspepsia, with great
depression, and was always feeling
poorly. I then tried Ayer's Sarsa-
parilla, and in one week I was a
new man."-John McDonald,
Philadelphia, Pa.

Don't forget that it's
"Ayer's" Sarsaparilla
that will make you strong
and hopeful. Don't waste
your time and money by
trying some other kind.
Use the old, tested, tried,
and true Ayer's Sarsapa-
rilla. I.Na bo. Ail.l..L


It Will Do No



Good to Tell You

That summerishere. But it wi

you good to know that we have a e
line of summer dress and shirt waist

goods Oxford ties and slipper fo

summer suits and straw hats for in


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gINew lot of men's dress trousers at
Smith & Son's.
County Attorney Perkins was over
from DeLand last Saturday.
s&.New line of Gilson adjustable
albums for amateurs at Harris, Studio.
W. H. McFarlane, of Titusville, was
the guest of Henry Titus Wednesday and
Thursday.
The members of the M. E. Church,
South, are contemplating the enlarge-
ment of their edifice.
It is expected that Okeehumka Tribe
of Redmen. of Palatka, will excurt to
the Daytona beach some time in May.
Howard M. Smith, a prominent real
estate man, of Macon, Georgia, was at
Schmidt's Villa several days this week.
WrWanted, the use of a house during
the summer by couple, who will take

good care of same; no children. Apply
at this office.
Mrs. George W. Mackenzie, who has
been spending the winter in Daytona
with her husband, left last week for her
plantation at Canaveral.

Miss Lelia Anthony, whohas been the
guest of Miss Evelyn Clark for the past
couple of months, left Monday for her
home at West Palm Beach.
The hot weather is now approaching
with a rapid, though steady step and it
behooves all to do what they can
towards cl, aning up their promises.
IlowirdI Buttertield, the clerk at the
I'almnetto, left Thursday for the North.
Before returning to his duties at the
Oceanside, Magnolia, Mass he will
spend a few weeks hunting and fishing
in Maine.
In the Circuit Court at DeLand this
week the case of the Bond Lumber Co.
vs. the Daytona Bridge Co. wasdisposed
of. The jury awarded the plaintiff $380.
The action was to recover for lumber
used on the Central bridge.


This Season.


Ask to seesamplesof the CRAWFORD

and La FRANCE SHOES. a 4


Beginning May 1st and

ending October 2nd o

inclusive our store will

close every Thursday at

13:00 noon.* v s


5toore Ycro&.

....... R.. .iELI GOT THERE.
PINEWOOD CEMETERY. g the o,,irations ade\
The eetingcalled for Wedneav wi I'resident HooM.v.elt Monday was that
reference to Pinewood, wile not at- ofEli E. Starkey as iostinaster at Sea-
tended lby a large number, done (on- i-lr. The r has en considerable op.
siderable business and itsaffair are now position 1r. Starkey's appointment,
in a position to soon do business. and his friends are now congratulating
C. M. Bingham, .Ir., was elected chair- hii on his S114c..,sS.
man and Mrs. W. W. Carter, secretary. 'The newly appointed postmaster was
It was moved and carried that a questioned Wednesday as to who his
committee on incorporation be appoint- deputy would ,l.. He said that he had
ed, including the chairman. The chair not yet decided, but that he would look
appointed Mrs. Carter and Jae over thel fiil nnd consult with the pat-
appointed Mrs. Carter and Jimnie M.1
Osborn as the balance of the committee. ron of the office. and then appobt
w wwvy.r .ui*,t tih majority of patron.
John B. Parkinson was elected presi-jority of patron
dent; Mrs. W. W. Carter, secretary. andii
L. Thompson, treasurer. AN ORDINANCE THAT IS VIOLATED.
The meeting then adjourned to meet A city ordinance provides that all
on the call of the incorporation corn- physicians nurses, rnid-wives and heads
mittee. of famiilies shall report to the city phy-
It is hoped that all tho*e interested in sician within twenty four hours all
Pinewood will attend the called meeting! births. deaths and ;i a 4s1s of c ontagious
and it will not be long until the ceme- diseases umi-l.r a penalty of not more :
tery will bein amostexcellent condition. than $114) tir, ,or imprisionlient not
Let all interested cordially assist and i toe.xcE-4l tiit.dry .hiys.
the labor will he easy. C. ; ity' l'Physivian Brown informs us that
this ordiinanI. is not ,-minplied with at
........- all. Somieoine iihliolil le- made an ex-
l@.Silk evening shawls in white, blue ilnil- of and tie r.npo)rts would probably
and black, $3 to $5, at Smith & Son's- ereafter be forth-toniiintg.


SIDNEY WAS NOISY.
Sidney Jones, a cored ge'nian, was up
before the Mayor's Court Monday aftAer-.
noon. on complaint of his wife Mary
Jones, charged with using threatening
and abusive language. Mary did not
succeed in proving that Sidney threaten-
ed, but Sidney himself admitted that thlie
language lie used was not the most
choice. Mayor Parkinson decided that
three dollars and costs was about the
amount for Sidney to pay into the city
treasury, and s) assessed him.
Herbert Long, a white man, was fined
one dollar and costs the saiie day for
riding on the sidewalk.

McClellan & Edwards. managers of(
the Daytona Novelty Works. have a new
ad. in this issue.
IWAII the latest styles in lidis' aiinl
children' hats, just from New York. ;it
Mrs. Douglass, the milliner.
Mrs. Mand Alford and c-hihl. \vh.ii hlave
been visiting with Miss Gira-e Binghalimi.
left Monday for their home at SMigii\aw,
Michigan.
We are sending out a inunilh. o)f
samp'e copies this week. If you liF.-
ceive one just consider it an invitation
to subscribe.
The members of the lnhiptist (11111-rli
held their regular ianinual business iie.et--
ing Sunday afternoon andl ehiteil thr.-
following officers: Ieacons,. i W. Riih,


Headache

kills, not necessarily suddenly,
but SUREI Y. It preys upon the
intellectual powers more than
we realize. It consumes the
vitality faster than nature can
replenish it, and we cannot tell
just what moment a temporary
or complete aberration of the
mind will result. Headache and
pain should be promptly re-
moved-but properly. Many
pain cures are more harmful
than the pain. Beware. If
you would be safe, take

D.. Pain PMls.

"As a result of neuralgia I lost the
sight of my right eye, and the pain I
have suffered 6 incomprehensible, be-
ing obliged to take opiates ahnost con-
tinually. A friend gave nme one of Dr.
Males'rain Pills and it promptly re-
lieved me. I then purchased abox and
now my trouble is gone. They have
also cured my daughter of nervous
headache, and I heartily recommend
them to others."-W. J. Coi.T. Bre.


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Charles Koet returned Tuesday from a
two week's trip to points in Alabama
and Texas. Charlie says the people he
encountered in Texas-well, the Day-
tona people are just as nice.
Mrs. L. H. White left this week for a
stay of a few weeks at Atlanta. From
there she will precede to Roanoke, Va..
near which place she expects to spend
several weeks at a resort, as the guest of
Mrs. Zime. who spent the past winter in
Daytona.
The ordinance regulating thw urmuler-
ing of buildings was passed on the tirst
first reading at the meeting of the city
council Monday night. Numbers will be
placed on many building next ueek.
through the efforts of Wm. II. Reed. He
will also have sign board- on the street
corners repainted.
If we publish all that happene,1 we
would soon be with the angels, says an
exchange. In order to please the people
we must print only the nice things about
them and leave the rest to the gossips.
If w-a did nrint nill of the news wouldn't


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Mr.'and Mrs. F. J. Boyce left yesterday
for Salem, Mass. They are undecided
where to spend the summer, whether in
the mountains or at the seashore. Mr.
and Mrs. Boyee were the first guests to
arrive at the Palmetto and the last to
leave.
C. E. Johnson, the dairyman, has
moved his dairy into new and more de-
sirable quarters on North avenue. Mr.
Johnson has the finest herd of dairy
cattle in the State, and the quality of
milk he furnishes proves the assertion.
His cows are producing over 14W00 quarts
of milk peir daiy.
Mr. and Mirs. R. W. Whinfield, of Fon-
(Iu La winter honie at Sealireeze. started down
the river Saturday in their trim little
launch Annie. Unfortunately, when
they got as far as Titusville. their bat-
tery gave out, and they decided to have
the I'ndine tow them back.
Major Russell left this week for Dallas,
Texas. where he will attend the Con-
federate Veterans' IReunion. The Vet-
erans have invited the Grand Army of
the Republic to meet with them. The
Major says it will IN- the greatest assem-
blage ever gathered on one continent.
One of the unique features of the occa-
sion will hle a inner of barbecued
buffalo), and this will doubtless be the
last buffalo barlhacue in the world.
wDo),'t fail to secure a few Florida
views lWefore returning north. Harris
has just what you want. Studio, Peek
Block.












0A RELD FOR THE UME.L
Most of the les now received here
come from Dominica in the Wsst Indies,
says the New York Packer. There awm
three firms in New York who make a
specialty of this article in season. which
i* from now on through the summer
months. Thea etbh *hImfM t*recefied
by one frm in 1900 amounted to 7141
barrels, and in 1901 to 7840 barrels. So
far this season the firm has received 600
barrels of limes from Dominica.
Asked for some particulars of this
trade, a member of the firm said: "Well,
the lime trade would be in better con-
dition today did the West Indies ship
less of the article. But their whole aim
seems to be for present profits, regardless
of the future market. This is a very
short sighted policy and they are suf-
fering for it. The price of limes when
scarce is very good. Just now at the
beginning of the season they are fetching
from $i i7 a barrel and if the shippers
l-ant, U.. n- ann1lij a little more in Isum-..


mer. when there is some demand, and
TIE CAMPAIGN IS NOW N. laid more attention to the quality 01
Sthe goods they ship. the same fair price
would be forthcoming. But here it
The emocratia State Exea.i ive ('in- her. Domink.ans make the mistake.
it tee met in Ja.ksoiiville Tueslay and They overdo it. and ship too many in
started the ball to rolling for a red hot baa, condition.
political fight this summer. 'A fj.w years ago we ra.eived liime
Hon. Arthur T. Wi!limns. af l.'rnian- from Montserrat. once a great lime juice
dina, was elected chairman of tile e'aon- island. But partly owing to the hurri-
mittee in plare of Frank Clark. who is ,ane of recent years and to the fact, that
now in Oklahnoma. Mointserrat limes are much smaller than
Primaries wt r e .il.atl for July 1d and the Dominiian, the shipments from that
a majority vot. demlanded. island a uount to nothing now. Some
County committees an. requested to of the other islands have tried a few
open registration IKooks int the lrin'it--iS shipments. but the limes have not the
and register voters until June 14. same keeping quality as those from
The management of thle a mpaign is Dominica and we never see them now.
in the hands of tlw fm,,Ihwing 111iitt.': I don't think the trade in limes will
Crane f Williamsa Se ntary .1. E ve .,,.er attain any largw' proi>ortions, con-
Crane, of Hillsborough county; W. 1.. p;trtivly making. You seethe 'rickey'
Palmer, of Orang.; .1. M. Iarrs, oft trade.. When that drink was popular in
al;F.J.Fernside. of Putnam. rk lin, in dnand. the


Local county candidates will soon bo
up and it is anticipated that a pn'tt
hot fight will I-t made in Volusiacounty


aaa earn a asses sesame


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Ca5miate for office shouldhi place
their annoutiements in the Demno-
cratic county newspapers. The
DAYTONA GCAZETT-NEWS covers
thoroughly the largest precinct in
Volusia County. and also circulates
in the other precincts. We will
prblish political announcements
from now till after the primaries
for P3.00 each. cash in advance.


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PALMETTO CLUB.

The meeting of the Palmetto (C'hi
on RThursday last was their literary
one. F. Marion Crawfordi was tht
author chosen as the topic of the day
Mra. Niver gave a most interesting
paper on his life and home, which was.
full of personal touches of this won-
derfl man. Mrs. Dora Maley read a
paperon his books, dwelling particu-
barly upon his last novel, "Marietta:
A Maid of Venice." Mrs. T. Harris
read some interesting selections
grom this book, descriptive of the
gins-blowing in Murana, which. is
pl ally the same now as in those
days.
Current events were given by Mrs.
Shaw, who mentioned particularly the
iteresting will of Cecil Rhodes and
the great fire at Atlantic City.
The music of the day was pleasingly
headered by Mrs. Heath and Mrs.
WilWlanme en duette, accompanied tby
Mrs. Ennis.
A short intermission full' wed, after
which the busine-s was taken up.
After the reading of the minutes, there,
Ws some anendling of tihe r.i-titu-
timo. It was voted to sendl a i-tter of
sympathy to Mrs. Glenn in hli.r grnat
bereavement.
The next meeting will I ithe last ,of
the year. It is for the rt*eeption of the"
new officers.





In anl s" R i aofM lmu


THE PASSING SHOW.
Maud Muller on a summer's anay
Set a hen in a bran new way.
(Maud you ee was a city girl.
Trying the rural life a whirl.)
She covered a box with tins.l gay.
Lined it snugly with new mown hay,
Filled it nicely with egg% and then
Started to look for a likely hen.
Out of the flock selected one.
And then she thought that her work
was done.
It would haue been but this stubborn
hen
Stood up and cackleW-d Ka-doot'" and
then
Maud Muller canw. and in hurt surprise
Looked coldly into the creature's eyes;
Them tied its legs to the box. "You bet
I know how to make you net."
But till it stood, and worseand worse
Shrieked forth its wrongs to the uni-
verse,
Kicked over the box with tinsel gay.
And ignominiously flopped away.
Then a bad boy over the barnyard fence
Tee-heed: "Say. Maud. there's a dif-

'Twwb hemn, you know, and it is that
O0e says 'Kadoot!' and one 'KadatW' "
And ever sance that historic day
She blumhes in an embarassed way
To think of the bobble she made once
when
She tried to set a gentleman ben.
-Wichita Eagle..


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SUcIIiON RATES:
910 iper AmNm, Btricty in Advance.
lage Copy lve Omit.
S -
ADVAlkrfI1NG RATES:
I1g-y, lOe per Inch Each Insertion.
dmrs, lOc per Line Each Insertion.

g'Communications on live topics of
toeal interest solicited. Anything per-
tamilngto personal grierences or quarrel
will not be published except over the
writer's signature, and at our regular
advertising rates.

Ent1ed at the Postofflce at Daytona.
Florida, as Second Class Matter.


L juice and rind being ingredients o(f the i*. N Hu n hilkiii,,' salar'... :12..a-7 it,.a1 ur,'., aii ;l t.lii .1 ai
' rickey.' But the drink is going out anad i d s Mal.v ill to, ,latey l.I5r1.;1. ,e 4.l.tatsfali
Y'onsealuentlyv the demand for limes is 1). '. Morris,,n. I', fa.di lill 24.47 -
decreasing. Still the tra .le s kept alive Aahlm ain S han *lz t ye "- ,aI.il -I ,,,e .. t ,', .t ',,
,rtraee't light ltin e;75a a'e., 1io, h cl'iana g .
S lv orders from out of t ow ni. %where tia' jh V r \eetilk i1iii ,,1 (,, ;Iel ,. ,,I ill i ... .e1,l 11
n 'ria'keyfv is still popular. l'tri'al w rk. ,; l
The Florida line is sU ilerier to thel it ]ep.it r't (of Stra'at (',eliiiiitte,' ,, ape ifl- si -ite ilg'
ported article, though it hass nlt rt- ig ,{a 'a-vreet ilat MtI<|'aI '.-i l .
I.I,. -- r. i iiik i 1 ar -hselfl t, f( qions ;1 ; ii r tall r i -r
S ceived the care in cultivat ion tao lring, it i4,t w,11le| I 1.a I ,I w '.-i a' l,.1 ain it iti, a,it,
into kppular favor. I here an several ilive byv AiI. Harri-. s ''lIl av atv I ,.
points where limes are abundant. Aie. Steantis ta4 r 'ceiv r'elrnt Iani raIe- a a.t e
notably llastings. lie've sat i I .e t atiIt ark il. M >ive.I ritta la ,rias ..nVan
An old Florida shipper suggests in a lIy Ald. Matht.ewt s,.ct.,nieeI l. y Alel. 1 i!.altit li.. MrI'N. St;t-W\
letter to the Pa'ker that the larger limte Festr that tla' )lidia ae ( 11,a. it I i i.h. a is ac a 'h'it
sh ip p e rs in F lo rid a sh o u l l o rg a nize a n d I- iin strii e'te, t eo d ra w siecializ4e on this fruit, rising soine dis- whia'hi shall proliilit It 'ity lr i,nl t'-las .k t a i al ter lii.- Ipel
1 tinct package; then y agnreing to v.aelting an'y st'raet iln fitltirl' It.'- t latit 1'. i .lis. I N. l ';iI'ta.'n,
donate the fruit (of ione. season the vy Ithirtv fe 'int twidtlih 'arr'iaTi I. M .,lavWe.l 1 ff,'s ,i' t ituriit,.,I ttl.-ir ht xooal it
wouldd reach every ,new 'spalper it the i y A il Fa ,st ...,. n leI| l ," .I,. aite M i iCtt.Lr,11 0-ta flt st lo i
country and though the a secur local Smith, that Aihthau li atle a lalntz l ittlll,,#-. i ('I ; l. ,I f "laiths
notices. Following up this policy by i to lut in tira inain frim \aii lia avre-
various forms of advertising, especially linue south al, ang l{itiwg..| avi',iit' teo .11t-. and .lr's. Wikiig irn,
in the middle West. a demand can lie his problnrty: e-arrield. "frtoil] iDayvt,.I Sinlidy avfte';tlna,, i
created for tlIw Florida article. Report of tmtillI ittl'ee l ",c lm ilaii Ar.> l 'il itand- witl tlh.Ii.
lie advises a package containing not that W E. Frenc.h Is hiriied a- 'treet e r '" i att1 l nai- i*ll.aitu.a.
over 100 limes no that a retail trade for Coninmissioner under tihe Stre'et ('a hr .Mm'lhy to .all ,n f-i.ils
packages could be built up by wholesale mnittee' to ievovte' on'-lialf f hii tinit wa ta hI- gre a.va nar N,.w *Si
handlers. BIy advertising these packages toa such work andl looking ai'tc.r li.e a'' \,1.t l ,he'i. I, l
retail buyers would soon learn to dis- engines anld rioal seralTr at thi st.lary ; .t1i1i' list *i'*k. to ill- li;
criminate in favor of the Floridla of 25 per mionlith, wa. s r'ea. ,ovvel I, i t's fel.a-"t tih" iP-nitsitlh.
package. by All. Steve' ns. seoa'onled.l yI Ij Ai a I 'a* t.r \ lI nit ll. tlie saw
Those who have made careful tests of Mathews, toe receive' report aila ,cli-- Iprit,'i a f Iliy ilill. was ;I
the various fruit juices claim that of the charge c ommnittee ; varriedl. 1,v,.al '' vit.lI r it ilhtlIe thais w,,ak.
Florida lime excels. They assert that by Adl. Mathews, seaovild.,l l -y A1. ..Ia. I. ailtin wil,, l1, t .,
experienced soda fountain men say with Foster to hire' Mr. Frenc'h a- .-tat.'dl: a11, Vlt i'.-l: atmiorii; .n in di., I ,,
fresh lime juice they can produce better carried, a crui-. ,l\Mi iaht Illiaia litr..
combinations and that many of the fancy Mr. French reported that it wa- not
drinks need a dash of lime juice to make feasable to pipe water fr,,m ocltl rail- Staops the Cough and Works off ti
them palatable. road well toe engine holluse, but r.eorin- l.;i\;iti\,r Iroiioa ,ilininie TailIlet
It is for home use that limes surpass mlenlded a tank andl guttering at o'-t C' el1 ilt ,1a',l .v Na Ii.re,.Ni Io'
lemons even. Allowed to mature before of $25. Moved bly Ail. FIstr, s,,-- --
picking, they have pecular, piqant taste onded by Ahld. Harris tao acep't tha'e ri.- TABLE of VGe TIDE,
w1i~h is uio-t refreshing. The Florida iolrt and autlihrize Mr. Frenchii tio havi,
lime is the best for table use and used work doilton.; freily at the start the average man will MAoved by Ald. Stev'ie, ',teiiI'al lucH TIDE.
want lines throughout the season. His Iy AlM. Mathews to ahilow tlic Park n. 11a.
meats taste the letter for a bit of fresh Conlmission toa trin dei-ad liimbsl- 'fT a f Snlay............................. 5:1,;
lime and his i--d tea or coffee is not trees in parkage andI low ia ginL Mlonda.\ ........................... ;.. ::;
'oniplet.. without it. limbs llwhen' thel albutting lri p r T -l' ..la ......................... 7:f2
Properly ad.-artised the lime could lo t- ownel.a l ,,a ,,tat l 1tj''.t ;arrliet 1. \\,,nIt'e..- ; ..v...................... 7. 11
popularized and an immense and steaA I. J. .. l'ak ii ,isl. \........... ...........
demand created. The ('alifoa inia, lie aon son'ri'l. ............................. ,:
wals advertised and pushed until it t S .ttr. lia ........................... '..
eapturel the tieal. lJust so could tlhe You Know What You Are Taking l. iitI:.
Florida liaeni I' lieu.A ied. When you take (;rov',.s T:T stel.ss Chill Suinl.i ........ ...................11:.
Tonic lami'a se' thl f rlllilla]l is hi il" M ,,ah ............... ........ 12:1
Printed li every Icottle sh owitig that it
Oood tor Rheum atism. is simpnlv iroen atnld (llinille in t;istl.leT. T"'s a .................. ........ 1: "i'
Last fall I was taken with n very se- form. No 'Iir-. No I'ay. 2-"-. \VWtali d y .......................... 1 :
vere attack of muscular rhetunatismni Thairsah ......... ... ......2.. 2 1
whih 'aiised me great pain aind i ni noy- 'rila v ...................... 51-,
aiin'e. Aft.-r Itrying several lores .rilitions I .
ant! rh.itml titi cun.si I der idie to 1 is 1 ( .IIIlN l. IN t N. S ; .........l.. ....... :.2
C hatnii -rhiain's I1ain l lint. wliilh I hiati .Attarn \-v-;t lt\\.
seen adlvertisedl in the outhi Je.rsalem. I
After two atlopliations of this n.idy I I C o(.ll,.titn- la ;i,.ln I 'roi.ti t .iAteltio.t 1O CT RI: A COL.) IN% ONE[ I)A
was llnch in mtter,- ;inl after using o elie T. ;1e l.1 i i\,l i,.- ,1' 0 ilinil..
Iittole was completelyy ciinrd.--Sallie t ni.e with l'iiiliaii & l'ihomnp-.n. \1tl al ij'. t i. fit'': l l i.' .ii.''A\ i
Hlarris. Salem. N. .1. For sailed Ity all \,, .. t i I v,.- i.,t
druggistss. I)\\Ja \ ,\ li.oaitit \. a.;I, i l.,\. :-,..


Clearance Sale!


COMMENCING


Saturday, April 12, 1902.




Don't Miss It.


For we are going to sell some good goods at greatly reduced

prices. Look fo r special bargains in Shirt Waists and

Muslin Underwear.




Ladies' Furnishingr


ihe la l.. .EULLIuuaII OL. IviuCyt
"itinli,,g- i
Il .s li'
1 *""' '"I Furniture and

l I'i Undertaking
w it, .11ii 1


Th'l hall
audience Paints and Oils.
wailS' th0.'
ea.linglv I
" of New line of W aste


:"" Baskets and Hampers.
;tlid Mrs. I
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it IInd1urated W ater

~.. Coolers.


Al Refrigerators.
fill Ilw r





'.i lca 1111. i
or .4,il iI] SYSTEM
jdiiiitm-qGm lx t it'.wrh I ,L~anda. Ormoand.


*e Cold
S lii.' 1 EPERyIENCE






(411 Anvroneswending a aaket rh and dew.lptlon way
4.l qiilekly aaaettan imitour cllagaoflfree whether an
111vetitien is arehably patentatele. (emmunniea.
TPp tineaaqtretc~(,~title'lia'tjal. llaandbookon Patentai
7.1 iet-tattree-. 4).1(~.t vageny ftirecuhlngjsent
-~ ~ ~~x n~t.,qttai through 3Munn & L.rce~tive
'vcal ngice. wit h'eot.chargre.In the


1-12
2-17,
2. P-i
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senulic ume
A handRomely illn.trated weekly. Iarreet cir-.
Vulati,] ,f a 1 .iT n ttll se J journal. 'Terns. 3 a
year: f,,ur m..intihs .L Sold by all uvewdealers.
MiUNN & NCo.3 N ew York
Bra,'i Office., S F St. Wasbtiaton. D. .

HAMMOCKS


OUR CITY FATHERS. HOLLY HILL
Daytona, April 14- HOLLY HILL, April 17:-On Saturday .
Council met in regular session with a party consisting of Holly Hillites and An
Pres. Smith in the chair. Present: Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Smith and Mis COrry, aWd1 J
Aid. Harris, Mathews, G. F. Smith, of Daytona, took the launch. Tomoka, It aleartg the a Tavt of t a
Stevens, Foster and Atwood. Min- and spent the day at the Inlet. The plnen dna e s t e ow syl ne U
utes of previous meeting read and ap- weather was fine and all enjoyed the is tontheantuknown but Is lt
t oO trip. Bt a lwared B Eno is over tahe a*o
Communication from publishers of On Sunday a wedding was quietly eT and that theo s souper-
Gazette-News and Journal were read solemnized by Major Binghamn. One oi whom would bind the said defendat,
in regard to city printing, having both the principal performers beflodg6i loHR y dant Edwno be and i herebT re-
papers do printing, each receiving one- Hill, being Will Wetherell. He was quired to appear to the itU ofCspi5t
ere on or ber e irt etheM at
half of legal rate. Moved by Aid. At- married to Miss Annie Bellamy. May. A. D.. 110. being the fah day_ of said
wood, seconded by Aid. Stevens, to Mrs. Cave, Hr., Mr. and Mrs. .. Cae onfth. otherwi defend sairdbill will taken
lay on table until next meeting; ear- and daughter, Mrs. Wetherell, the Misse E eno and te c I mlanant will have leave t
oceed expar, a-, against him.
rated. Wetherell, were joined by a party from It is further orlcred that this order be
Petition and offer of E. D. M4-Queen Ormond, w~nt to the Tomoka Cabin in bytona Gazette-ewsd for four oneutiee thpe p-
to put in drain on South street was the launch Tomok. last Sunday. All ishd at DaystonatIn said County and state.
Witness my hand and the ywan of said
read. Moved by Ald. Harris, seconded appear to have had a very enjoyable Cort.atthe u a d House In and. Volu-
by Aid. Mathews, to refer to Stro ,t time. sia County. Florida. this 2nd day of April.
by Aid. Mathews, to refer to Street tine. ^ 1A. D. 1r.
Committee; carried. Petition from A Mr. Bunnell has had a new and more .-. SAL D. JoRDI urt.
property owners ablbitting on Cot- powerful engine installed in his tup Leo. 4-' iattlw Crt.
tage avenue to have same accepted -
and drained by the city was read. Try Chianilierlain's Stomach & Liver Notice.
Moved by Aid. Stevens, secondledl Iy Tablets, the best physic. For sale by Na.twillr I her t ayt Apthe under-il A. D.
iltL. apel to th,' telml. Minor S Jones. Judge
Aid. Smith, that the lI'titi,,n I. all dnruggists. t u i 'in .ord
granted, and that said avenue would ... and for the a(tntitv of Volufia tor a IicenIe
be accepted and drained by the cityv Rto manage. takte t-arge f. an control her
afte"s lr ope'rty. and to) t,c,',me a lie dealer in
after shine has been dee, le', iby I orig- PORT ORANGI EWS. t-wrvrT ..n-ect. H I.ivi1. DAViNPORT.
nal owners to the city of Daytoiia: Th-s M.rrh h
carried. O IoRT T AN(E, April 17:-.Mr. and Mrs. --
lonlsof city collectoranl tr.asurr -losti, li Wlhite and their sO'I, I'lilliP and G.P a ot Co
were presented and referred to tlhet his wife and daughter, started last week G. Po al o o ,
city attAnley to Ile passed uponl. for tli-ir lionie ian t cean rove', Neaw ( lstalishet lI2.)
An ordnlintnee to regulate the nuil- lhi... Mr. Vhite is ow iner and lianid- I' \\ NIIIlN(I .GAS FITTFNI,
brinig of buildings ill thlle ityof Day- lord 0of tle Spray View, a popular hotel '. I'E. I .vTi
tona was presented anl real. loved ill that re.i-'ot. l.os ivrD 1 MASONIM' H:ILlIlNU.
by Ald. Atwoo-l. sea-,'ii.aled by AIl,. Thi- Wilimalrth Iland Tem. lteparty n.- Phone S7
Mathews, to p ass Smi'Ie on it's tirst tuiina-l l a-t wevek froilm their flshnt wrlii.eI li .
reading; arriel ih tie Dollpiin. OCEAN HOUSE,
Moved byl A I. Harris, seoaileld by Mr. anl Mrs. all'ns ;i Mrs. -ll lt OCEAN SE,
Aid. Foster, that interested parties i,, i flor thleiri l)ilan. illI 'harl.oix,. Mi'lh. TIevy F. W. SAMS, Proprietor
allowed to make nI4ew stree..t .-it took M;atlt..r ..il i ~Cowiiil to, splatl hi' Iat,..s: t'2 l,,i, I'pwarl; S|pN-ial to
changingamellt' y alaltli net Ii ah ilr mulo.r vith .th-. .rs.
south as ne.ll e 'a ri'el. "ll. I.tli,. th- lit,.r;ry s.. i,'ty y .. .
Followini g liillg Ir.ta- il.tl tu.I ,r- *t I'Ct'ptio tI thai-r friu.ls 'TJliin ll y. \I:W sf \tnA. FI.Oilla t
W'. S. Rogers, salary 1,,.,a) n,1114- iit.rin -tii p; l il.r ,l IIll istli ry ta 2, < Ab1 ,mm
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a w~s. Crask" rye wI*&eey.


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RACKET STORE


As I am making some changesin

my business I will sell at half price

some lines of goods. Come and see.



GEORGE M RAY.


H. V. BRACEY


UI'PHOLSTERER AFn
MANUFACTURER or HIIGH GRADK*


i Moss and Fiber Mattresses
Dealer in Sevondm Hand Furniture and Stoves.
Your 011 Furniture Made as Good ap New.
Each St. and (Ielleview Ave. DAYTONA, FLoaL. .



HALIFAX WAGON WORKS

M.M11. (Godwin, Proprietor.

MANIAcIrACTuRERm OF...
Fine Wagons
and Carriages.


General Blcksmithing and Repairing.
SECIrMTiTIe HOlr-S. iOEIM A P. ClAJLTYr.


M EA


Northern, W, WIKINSON & CO.

T MARKET J I'ETTEPHER. MANAGER.
Electrical Contractors.

WiniN; FOII ELFi'TTIaLlt'IIH' A SPECIALTY

'i Full supply of all kinds of electrical
appllian es and supplies always on hand.

Special Attention to Marine Work.


J. L. Odum, Prop *ietor.
The finest Market South of iJacksonville.
A full stock of all kinds of Fresh Florida
andt Western Menats.
Poultry a specialty.


IA l' ONA.\


FLORIDA.


C. A. BIRCHWOOD,

D)ALEI. IN

Northern and Woetern

MEATS

Poultry, etc.
I**'tli'.lly Loc.;ate'd I ':enh S t-', t.


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Moore's PAINTS


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Do You SmoKe?

i t.It 'w la i '' il titl!I I tt1 '

litl~t'-t ui-ctItt.. 1114t.tat

SCity HoteL.


Seminole BIaldMf, Dayteom. Fa.


N. ERICKSON,
Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

Doors and Window SIreene. Picture
Mouldings made to order. All kinds of
Fiornitn-rt IRlpairini doneonshort notice
ail r'iso-aii' e la rit-.s.


Cottage Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA.


I HEADACHE I


At all drug stos.


2S Dams 25,.


-Florida. OYSTRKS

FISH and
CLAMS ,


H- ...- It- a t'I lt','.i f ''esh,- eve IrV nIornmi ,
:111ImI delivered ",1proimptly to
Si 11y pilit of le ity. ..............
a -. 'i' ,wn thi fae moui s Rose


t E G. LONGER ,ICO.

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WIE STAKI: (ll ( L l.. foir sui.iri. II aving pnrhiise. Mir. LilndilLe's in-
ority upon our ,reidt \r tet.i-t itn thalte h tikery lhat -iii-, I t h;.\
Ihllat it is t 'le most \\ hlole's llai Mp;ilat- ra 'llaemovlt to tlie...
1'al ali. nd plurest is attested i th, tih. ;Il- Harroun Building
jarity oaf iplopile in this to\\n. in tlhi rear of tlh I)i.|..t'r lai n-.. w\ hlere I
i Malany havi' lilviti.e exhia stiv ts.t: an; will -. linll, Ill. t ale i. in .tllr,' ,f Im'r, 'i01
fail ,d l ti tiil a;li iY, 1 ,""I.. tli i ll f:r1 i.hi I"k i, 1 I' lkr'.
Sool-. ;rllid \ ll Crnishl I l y 1 ,thes.
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AL *0 mrarnga Vontomem.
In the Loo Choo islands there are
s- ne curioeus e man*p Obeh
censists in the bridegr gpalg round
to all his en' hoses and permit-
ting them to dress him up In any ridley
uleus style that they fancy. Sme-
times the happy man is arrayed ia a
gayly painted kimane. the sleeves o0
which are tied up with a string laden
with bells, toys and trumpets. A mask
Is then put on and a red hat. the "rig
out" being completed by an empty ker-
oemee tin. which rattles noisily along as
he walks, accompanied generally by a
crwd of children.

The common pimpernel, "pear mesa's
weather giaaM" has the dadvata
of being a native plant and has been'
almost completely expelled from our I
Sower gardens in tvw of emotice
which are rarer but lack much of be-
lag as pretty. The pimpernel is a
charming little flower, which lpens
about 8 in the morning and cloes late
Ia Je afternoon, but has the remark-
abh peculiarity of indicating a cow-
tlg shower by shutting up tta petals.
Slelt.
Once when passing through a ceme-
tery In Lenox Eliot Gregory was sr-
prised to see that the members of one
dd New England family had been bur-
led In a circle, with their feet toward
Its center. He asked the reason for
this arrangement, and a wit of that
day. daughter of Mrs. Stowe. replied.
"So that when they rise at the last day
only members of their own family may
WAce them!"
oee to Be Lrm-ed.
A dignified bishop while passing
along a London street beard three veg-
etable peddlers engaged In a rather
blasphemous argument.
Inteding to rebuke them. be said to
Ot of the offenders. "-My good man,
awhe did you learn to swear like
"Lord luv yer. guv'nor." replied the
brawny peddler, clapping him genially
en the shoulder, "ye can't learn It! It's
agift"
Clasteal l0anaol.
"But why." asked tLe subehief of the
Manuibal isles, "do you Insist upon hav-
Ing the man who fell while leading the
nig against us served up at the ban-
qW this evening? He seems to be
11 as nails"
"Huh!" answered the chief of the
Ital sles. "I read In a book ON
1-rY left by our last meal that 'the
b t are the tenett" "-Baltm
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O of or Vivo?
It Is peculiarly necessary that we In
America should understand the dan.
ger of morbid self conseeisess, fer It
is ene of our two most distinctive na-
tional vices being equaled only by our
irreverence. It is no accident that
more books are written about America
than concerning any other land, nor
does it mean that we are more Interest-
ing, except to ourselves, than the rest
of the world. It does mean that we are
so self conscious, so oversensitive to
praise and blame-above all, so anxious
to know what our neighbors are saying
about us-that any traveler, however
Inane and Incapable, who spends a few
weeks upon our soil may return home
and write his book about us, and we
buy it by the hundred thousand. We
are doing great things, thanks to our
opportunities and our forefathers, but
how much greater might we do could
we use In quiet, simple action the time
and energy we spend in plumbing our-
selves upon our achievements.-Ed-
ward Howard Griggs In Ladles' Home
Journal.


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Impudent counseL To the eprise st
everybody, the judge heard him quite
through, unconscious of what was Mid
by those present, and made usreply.
After the adjournment for the day
and when all were auembleod at the
hotel where the judge and mmay of the
court folk had their refreshhauts, oe
of the company asked the judge why
be did not rebuke the impertlneut fel-
low.
"Permit me." mid the judge loud
enough to attract the attetioon of the
whole company. among whom was the
barrister in question-"permit me to
tell you a little story. My father, when
we lived in the country, had a dog. a
mere puppy. I may say. Well, this
puppy would go out every moonlight
night and bark at the moon for hours
together."
The Judge paused, as If be had Su-
tubed.
"Well, what of it?" exclaimed half a
dosen of the audience at once.
"Oh, nothing-nothing, but the moo
kept shining on, Just a If nothing had
happened."


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The side De Weray Care Peor. ,, ,,, r.* -t wA5 U%.,, f ,J --.-- .'- v..
The Due de Morny, half brother to R. J. Malby, Manager
Louis Napoleon, was embassador ex-
traordinary to the emperor of Russia
during the coronation festivities and *X
wrote home that the French might J c N atlOl S
learn something from the Russians, It M A C a.
It were only how to light 10,000 can-t g ,
dies in five minutes. De Morny was in
Paris the night before the coup d'etat It's all Florida.
and spent the evening at the opera. '
Between the acts he went into one of Why buy imported cigars. made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with opium
the boxes to speak to a lady of his and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent price?
acquaintance. $1
"What shall you do. M. de Morny." of 25...... ....$.L (FREE:BY MAILTO ANY ADDRBSS.
asked a lady. "if the national assembly I0x of ............$ l.
is swept out of door as threatened?"' W ROW LEY .AN AT.o.
"Madame." be replied. "I shall try to S o W R O W L LOXRIDA.
be on the side of the broom handle."-
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54-", .....L SUvw* w, Y& .*... "- ... The Ralibh Phe"sa't.
The pheasant in England. If not ex- Ick IH atd
...- S.- Armyr Shoes ad Corms. actly indigenous, is certainly effectual-
TELT7 Yh ebD' "If a law could be passed." sald a ly naturalized and, though originally Food doesn't dige
Ax W ^JZ chiropodistt, "prohibiting the wearing from the Caucasus, may after a thou- Appetite poor.
M, Proprietor. of any shoe in this country except the sand or so years of aecllmatization be
ade., MSM ers. pattern army shoe worn during our looked upon as truly British. Tradition constipated? Tongu
civil war, the corn doctor's occupation has it that the pheasant was brought It's your liver! Ay
ingi uiriugt si tiwould be gone. That war was for the into Europe by the Argonauts. It was are liver pills; they
C(olonialColmmn. h unmand time the greatest corn eradicator ever probably introduced Into England by
leys lMad tord known. I never knew a single aseofthe Romans. It certainly redd the pepsia, biliousness.
a soldier in that war who suffered Normans. "Pesant hen and peasant 2. All drugglet
FLORIDA. from corns a month after be began cock" appeared In King Harold's billbe or
wearing his regulation army shoe, and of fare. Thomas a Ileeket is popularly I bo orrh k? hen ube
Common SenseIn L.OS. I was four years a soldier in it myself. supposed to have dined off a pheasant
When we are told that vi-.vry lax That shoe seemed to be made uat teday he was murdered. WImlnm.ea.nGHA. DYE
must be enforced to the lett'-r ; uhI right for comfortt" the day e waof Edward I. the price of .
the heavens fall, it has a br;!ve< :u'il a pheasant was fourpence, while wood- w
but a wise regard for ti.- l;:c ir.1tal Qse alt e Direme. cock (It makes one's mouth water) h e Palm
demands that the laws be so e.*:ecuted The department tore to useful and were but 3 farthings a pair. Two hun-
that the heavens may not rfal. lThel convenient, but the multifarious na- dred years later pheasants bad risen to This popular home-
maxim that "the extreme of the laiw ture of Its activities sometimes leads twelvepence apiece and woodcocks to house is benutifully
may be the extreme of iijusti'ee- to a dilemma. a penny, while snipes could still e e
"u-maMuba Jus, summna injurii -is o>f "Where shall I find something nice In had at threepence a dozen. Reach Street facing
venerable age and has had the ;ai)prov .oil for the dining room' asked a stout. As long ago as the time of Henry
al of the best jurisprud.i<-e' as well smiling woman of the floorwalker In a VIII. the pheasant, as it still does. up- River. The rooms
as the best statesmanshilp of marly western department store. parently led to a "tip." though on a the table board ex(
centuries. It Is not mere **sophistry"- "On the third"- began the Bfoor- somewhat lower scale than now. "lie-
as somewhat hastily. I suppose, it has walker. Then he paused and looked warden for bryngyng of p'sents" ap- house is but three bl
been called-but it may well be quoted doubtfully at the inquirer. "Did you pears in L'Estrange's "Household postofbe and conb
nla support of the application of simple mean a painting or something In the Book: ..pears to Mr. Asheley snt for
m ee to complicated and per- ardine line?" he asked, bryngyng of a fesaunt cocke and lilj. the churches and I
plextng exigencies. I think there is not woodcocks ye XVIIJth daye of Octo- from the beach.
a gu.au--nt In the world. not even Wo Upristag There. bre. In reward llijd."-Fortnightly Re-
the most conscientious, that do refrain from rigidly enforcing to the There are a good many conditions af-
letter some laws standing on its statute fecting our governmental system to- Japanes* Pereelain Repairs.
books, either because they are anti- day that are very oppressive, and their In the manner of repairs those won-
practically Impossible or. if beieticial. popular uprising. in art, the Japanese. have a lesson to T itus
would resulmit in evils greater than those Lady (also on the standing commit- teach us. When a Japanese connols- T itus 0
whieh those laws a r to prevent or re- I tee) Perhaps. but (with withering seur breaks some precious piece of pot-
pres.-Carl Schurs. glances at male occupants of the seats) tery or porcelain, he does not throw it
Preparing Dates. you would never look for It to begin In away with disdain, neither does he try POOL
a street carl-Richmond Dispatch. to deceive the casual observer Into the q
The preparation of dried dates Is car- belief that t s unbroken. Instead, he FR]C 1
ried on largely at Awabi. and as the How to Make Glue. has It joined together, generally with a1 R I


season had now commenced I took the!
opportunity to observe the process aind
was taken round the factories by the
ahelk. The dates selected are picked
before they are quite ripe. The fac-
tory had a chimney about fifteen feet
high and contained several open. cir-i
cular. copper boilers. capable of hohl-
Ing fire gallons each and nearly full of
water. Into these vessels the dates are
put and allowed to simmer over a slow
fire. As the water in the copper de
creased from evaporation it was filled
up again, but it gradually became
Insplssated by the extraction of the
Juice of the date. The fruit is left in
the water about half an hour and Is
then taken out and spread on mats or
clothe in the sun to dry. after which it
becomes hard and of a pale red color.
It is exported in large quantities from
-&. I-fAl.- e'd...mnh.Ill Jour.


To produce liquid glue which will gold lacquer, in such a fashion that the
keep for years break pieces of glue fracture is boldly shown and comment-
and place In a bottle with some whis- ed on. as It were. by the frank exposi-
ky. Cork tightly and set aside for a tion of the method by which it is made
few days. This should be ready for good. Curious enough, a distinctly new
use without the application of heat ex- and charmingly decorative effect Is in
cept In very cold weather, when the most cases added by these irregular
bottle should be placed In hot water gold lines, while the sense of crafts-
for a few minutes before using the manship Is tickled by the marvelous
glue. skill exhibited by the repairer in thus
welding together the two dissimilar
A Mouth Without a Full **oo. materials. Truth is preserved at no
The month of February. 1866, was loss of artistic beauty. Indeed. once
the most remarkable month in the I more it is made clear that the two may
world's history. January had two full always walk baud in lhatd.-Connois
moons, and so had March. but Febru- seur.
avy had none. This had not occurred
Isee the creation of the world, and. Old Moon Bellefs.
according to some astronomers, the 1 The health, growth and development
same thing may not occur again for a of children and animals were years ago
period of 2,00000.000 years. supposed to be influenced by the moon.
If the sign was right at the time of


Muskat to India.-kieograp caj-au
naL Silently Assented. birth, they would be well formed and
a r. The Nervous Pedestrian ran plump Intellectual, but If it was wrong there Fact
A Surla val *f the Primitive. Into a Stolid Individual standing in was no telling what sort of creatures
A Philadelphia philosopher thus ex- front of a Clothing Store. they would become. Every worthless
plains the general preference for a wall '"You Dommy!" he shouted. fellow, every dog. rooting hog. fence
table In a restaurant: "bPrimitive man The Stolid Individual Ignored the Ac- Jumping cow or kicking horse mVas be-
ate In peril. The cave iear, the saber cusation. A Second Glance showed lived to have been born under an un-
tooth tiger, even some warrior of his; the Nervous Pedestrian that he was favorable phase of the queen cf night.
own kind was ap t any moment to Right.-Los Angeles Herald. Queer people or those who were of
leap upon him andl to devuur his food hateful disposition were children of Volu
and perhaps hlmeirf. Therefore he The Highest B lloon Altitude. the dark moon, with the sign below the
took his meals with his back against a Dr. Bersen and Dr. Suring of the Ber ;- heart
cliff or in the corner of two adjoining lln Meteorological institute reached In
Cliffs. If ble., and with the open a balloon ascent the highest altitude First. tional Convention.
country before him. That. you see. on record. They first went up to the On May 26,. 183&. what was probably Fi
was the safest way for him to eat. IIe height of 30.000 feet, losing conscious- the first national nominating conven-
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Daytona House

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


FOUNTAIN CITY PHIARfIACY.
Noerm BEACH STREET
Has a Seect Stock of......
DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES.
COMBS AND TOILET SOAI'S.
Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.


DR. J. M. JONES, proprietor, can be consulted profesionally during bamlm
hours; offie hour Sundays, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.


Trowel's Expresse Baggage Line o


R. F. TROWELL, Proprietor,


Office in the Up-to-Date Barber Shop.


Telephone 93.


All-Calla Given Prompt Attention.


Piano Moving a Specialty.


Spencer B. Green


Sanitary Plumbing

Steam and Hot s

Water Heating. i


HARD


ROOMS.


lHot Lunches served at all hours.
Oyster stews a specialty.


Daytona Ice
WM. WICKIs Manager.


Agent for the Ericsson


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Made from Distilled Water.


ory owen from 7 to 12 Sundays.


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Centrally cE.tM.
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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.
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Magnolia Ave. and F. E. 4'. Ry.V (W-t f I'Postiothl
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


FOR
irst Class Work
Aw T d",%7 FTI


RI ae Tire Carriages Flme Horses Carmil Drivers
We are well equipped for "Straw Rides." The finest turnouts in the city.
'Busee meet'all trains and take passenger to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public School.
Telephone 27


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f te Arab aGutFem a m rthe
0W am ..ib a. u .pton on the
lat 1- k. and If be 6 res to wed
S -a- n the famly the mont first re-
ft^ W U is btio deceased brother's
L-,x0mw. As ArV a d Turkey are
ellnholtrithere se often a
Pmto Ire tor several who may
taw trt claim on the bridegroom.-
me R's HoRme Companion.
W1117.no.Neve.rtire&
He had takem pains when be applied
Air work to asmre the farmer that he
oever got tired. When his new employ-
er west to the MtI where he had put
S te ma at wa he found him lolling
ml h back4od a tree.
"What does this mean" asked the
S tmenr. thought you were a man
ge never got tired"
*' doa't." mid the hired man calmly.
bT doesn't tire me."
A Strong Hi*t.
A Uttle girl went into a neighbor's
hme oae day, and some apple parings
1y oa a plate on the table. After sit-
ag awhile she said. "I smell apples."
oilts.-" the woman replied. "I guess
yeb smell these apple parings on the
plate."
No, no," said she, "'taint them I
smem. I smell whole apples."
min mope.
I hope." Said the serious man, "that
I haven't been betting on the races."
"I hope Mo, too," said the young man
with the red necktie and the restless
eye. "I hope I will wake up tomorrow
-- and find out that the whole thing was
a wild dream. But there's no use hop-
Iag."-Exchange.
be Sure Yoe're Right.
While it is true that there comes a
tide In the affairs of men which, etc..
there are so many people every year
left stranded high and dry that some
caution would seem to be needed about
S plekiag out your particular tide.-Syra-
cowe Herald.

Bir Andrew Clark was accustomed to
llfte old age as the period of life at
NwW- a man no longer adjusted him-
elf to his environment.

b There ls no beautifier of complexion
ar form or behavior like the wish to
matter Joy and uot pain around you.

"A neighbor ran in with a loattle of
Chamberlain's 'oli. Cholera and Diar-
rhoes Remedy when my son was snffer-
ing with severe cramps and was given
up as beyond hope by my regular phsi-
cian, who stands high in his profession.
After administerfug three donse of it my
son regained consciousness and recovereal
entirely within twenty-four hours." says
Mrs. Mary Haller. of Mt. Crawford. V a.
This remedy is for sale lby all druggists.

The crazy person who gales to Europa'
is what they call '"gone albroadl."
oBeoty and Strength
Are desirable. Yon are strong and vigo
rous, when your blo d is punr. Many-
Wny, moat-wonien fail to improperly di-
ret their.,ood. and so i ecole i pale. ail I
ow,thin and weak. whilh the brightmnesi.
freshnetw and beauty of tihe pkin andl
complexion depart. Remedy this un-
pleasant evil. tly eating nourishing food
and taking a small do'e of lerhline after
each meal to digvast what yout have
eaten. 4W). at J. M. Jones..

Australia has niore than 1.00(I news.
papers.
Walks Witheut Crttches.
"I was much afflicted with -.iatica."
writes Ed. C. Nud, lowaville. Seidgwick
Co., Kan., "'going abroad on crutches
and sulering a deal of pain. I was in-
S doced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment.
S which relieved me. I uled three 5Oc.
k bottles. It is the greatest liniment I
S ever used; have rvonimended it to a
number of persons, all express them-
selves as being benefitted lby it. I now
walk without eruthes. alh. to l'rforni
a great deal of light lalor on the farm."
25ce., 50c. and $1.04) at J. M. Jones.


Perhaps they call it a stovepipe hat
because they- sometimes get "stove in."


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CURES ess Cmstiati,
u Wlk StmCh ad Impaired Digestion.


Se m to e .
Price, 50 Centsa.


Prepwd by JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Lou, Mo.


Sold by Dr.J. M.J-ews.


BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
Sailings from Savannah
Four 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
general information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservations, or call on
WALTER HAWKINS. General Agent. 224 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
P. E. LEFEVRE, Manager. E. T. CHARLTON. G. F. & P. A.
New Pier 35 North River, New York, N. Y. 3-15-02


Good Hearted Buwybodlem.
There are thousands of good people
In this world who, having very little
trouble In managing their own affairs,
spend their leisure hours in making
plans for their ineililtors ald (consti-
tute themselves self appointed general
managers of other men's lives.
Anything more positively aggravat-
Ing than the disclosures of these
schemes can hardly be conceived when
they are flkde to reticent, thinking
persons who are using every effort to
control the circumstances which sur-
round them to th eH h bat ada nt*f To


muiltu turtu to xueoest nu ga. io
ter m Po. have concentrated every energy to the
The question has been asked,"In what amendment of adverse Influences and
way are Chamberlain's Stomach and then have some eager, energetic friend
vser Tablet superior to pills?" Our come en etic riend
a-wer is: They are easier and mnio con e upon you suddenly and ask ytu,
pleasant to take, more mild and gentle much as if waking you froin n lethar-
nm eect, and more reliable, as they can i gy, "Why don't you do thus and so',"
always be depended upon. Then they is a severe test of your temper and
can and invigorate the stomach and your affection for the speaker.
leve the bowels in a natural condition., But, after all, It was kindly meant.
while pills are more harsh in effect, ani and these good hearted busyvlailies.
their upe is often followed by (-onst ipa- whose fad" i the reuati of their
on. For sale by all dru friends' families. meant to lendl you a
helping hand. We are taking away
Actors are more acceptibleon the sta what stands to them in the place of a
when they don't try to show off. full purse and the use of an uplifting
lever when we refuse to listen.-New
York Post.
NerMie CMres I


Fever and Ague. A dose will usually A Riddle Making Epoch.
stop a chill, a continuanae- always cunre. There have been epochs at which rid.
MnL. Win. Stroud. Midllthial T,'xaa. die making has been more especially in
May 31, tW09, writes. "We have uIE ahswouldaplar
Herbi in our family for eight rsvogue, ad such epochs would appar
ad found it the lou st mniediii e we- hav.'..to occur at seasons of fresh intellectual
ever uned. for la grilpwe. hilims fe-ver and awakening. Such an epoch there was
malaria." a5t. at .1. M. .Ions. at the first glimmering of new intel-
lectual light in the second half of the
Character is decisive if destiny .seventh century. This was the age of
Character i ty. Aldhelm. bishop of Sherborne. the first
In the roll of Anglo-Latin poets. Hlie
Seve The Loved Oes. left a considerable number of einigumas
Mrs. Mary .A. Vili-t. N.ewc'astle. 'Colo.. in Latin hexameters, andl they have
writes: "I -1lieve Ilallard's Ilorehounl j been repeatedly printed.
Syrup is superior to any other a-ough Aldhelm died in 17(09. Before his
medicine and will dlo all that is .-lainimte time there was a collection of Latin
for it. and i. an t is so pleasant it take. i riddles that bore the name of Symnpho-
My little girl wants to tak. it when sh. sius. Of this work the date Is un-
has no neal for it." Baltla'rdt'. llo- known. We only know that Aldhelm
monary ruailmnti 2l..,.. 0..4 slf al used it, and we may infer that it was
1.00oat J. M. Jones. then a recent product. The riddles of
SSymphosius were uniform iln shape,
consisting each of three hexameter
The fellow who often gets sold must lines.-Cornhill Magazine.
get to feeling very l .eap. I
Dums. Father and Son.
A V be Medicine. A story Is told about the two Du-
A Vlhaublo. Medicine. *">"Sfather aud sou, vhi-h illus
"I have not the slightest hesitancv in i est. father and son. which illus-
recommending C'hamnil.rlaitn's i'ough trates the pllleant relations between
Remedy to all who are suffering from the two. The sion had1 written his tirst
coughs or colds." says C(has M. Cralier. successful i:ovel. annd the father wrote
Esq.. a well known watch maker, of him n letter of congratulation. which
Colombo. Ceylon. "It has l*i-n some he began in lithe formial manner of
two years since the City Dispen.ary first "Dear Sir." This letter throughout readI
calledd my attention to this valuable as though addressed to a total stranger
medicine and have repeatedly used it and merely thanked the author for the
andia -:... -, pleasure the alwaook had ivebeenbe hi. cial. Iu-
lum ruod rbpnn.. .L-1 dk. 11 ,_,, -....A, pleasure the book had given him. Du-


Thumb Ringa..
Men's thumb rings are no rarities I
collectors. Some of the Romanl si 'ei.
means must have blen riiiniroiuis wAear,
one in the Montfaucon collection hear-
ing the bust of Triija:i's 'onoll'rt. Plo-
lina, niieasuriing over Ilitre iii.'h'b-
across. Metlia'val (chiurlihninii of high
degree did not allow "tlie larg.est. first
and shortest of the lilngel'rs" to go uni-
dorned. A massive golpl ring was founal
upon the thumb of thle supposed skele-
ton of Ililary, bishopl r ('lhii lnstar.
wiho died in IIQ), anxl thie recuiben'it
effigy of Bishop Olhihimn in Exe-ter c:t-
thedral is remarkable for the pressed
together thumbs being iinclosed by it
single ring.
WVhen the shrine of St. Thomas a
Beeket was robbed of its treasures, the
fanmons archbishop's thumb ring. given
i to him by tih- king of France. gra eal
with a ruby the size of a hen's e gg.
found its way to the tlhumbll of bluff
King Hal. and as the humitor of tho
king is always voted just thle tling w,
may be sure the royal hand was nott tth
only one so decked at coiirt. .M1:ori-
and aldermen imitated their I-tl rs.
"When I was about Ihy ya;'rs. Hial."
says the fat knight. "I was lint :ilt ea-
g!e's talon in the waist. I < oul l lihaN
crept into in atlderinal's thumi) ring."
-Chambers' Journial.


Building Superstitionm.
In remote times a saerii('e of some
kind was always offered at ilie comple-
tion of a building. either public or pri-
vate. Sacrifices were not only offtared
nt the completion of structures of alll
kinds. The foundations tholniisalves.
were usuntally laid in blood, wh.hethtr thli
structure was a castle, brhilge. eottag',


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PLANT SYSTEM

The Great Through Car Line from Florida-C' hnntRetions:-
Gr A TIe Atlantit-C'oast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
as T and Washington.
E a-J st3 The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia and
Washington.
The Southern Ry. via Jessup, Atlanta and Chatta'go
O The ouisvilne & Nahvill viae vi Montgomnery.
The Southern Iy. via Savannah, Columbia, Ashville
The. Mobile & (Ohio It. It. viai Montgomery.
SVia Savannah and 0 (ean Steaniship company for
S New York, P'hiladelphia and li oton.
Via Savannah and 4ter'hants aid Miners Transpor
station company for Baltimnore.
Via Norfolk and steainers faor New York, Baltimore
and Washington.
t anld lavana.'via Peninsula r and ),'ridiental Steamship Company.
itil I 'a I nh-tol.li1n uiil linrin.,el. I.l .i srl llind vi:a lioston and Canada.


Atlantic nd l 'lant Steiiiushilp Line for llalifax, Ilawkesbury and Charlottestown.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will he on sal. throughout the Northern. Easte.rn. WIestern anid Southern States to
all FloriiiLi '-sort ,.'. via the" I'liant Svystel't di *iring t he. i n !)1, I!K)2, limited to
return until Miay 21st. with the literal .-top-,over iprivilegs in' Florida.
Addrlssess of ipartieh in the North is-nt to, tlh iniiidlersigne. will be lilw-rally sup-
pliedl with all iinf. ri tiii ianii hal d.4,iiil n a lvd'rtis.ing matter.
For informiatit as tio rituat,.s. sl-..piin -.ir r..Arvattioil$. *.t,.. vallm on. or write t
F M. .1)I.LLY. ivision I'ins.-sa -.r .Agint. :ts Wes..t liavy St.. Ja.ksmonville. Florida.
W. It. i)ENIIA.M. ften.ral Siiuiariint.nilent. 1 \V. WItENN. Pl'a. Traffic Man.,
Snva\lin;ili I;1.i Savannah, (lia.


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placed. In ('Christiani tiiics ihe l.loody ()nli ..- top,- it fi.,ll'h wiii .\. V. & \V. ti;it .111-: 4 r;i',\ ii-,l. l il .t,.r ;::; l F;rni ',. i
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a d a g. n piz. a wolf. ai bl:ick -ock a or a
goat, and not unfrtoiwieitrv some mal- Ii._1,
factor's i.loodi w:ls lalr1i1 Io like ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
the cereiny more ilimpre.tssi.e I
C lark UaRmei'. Start.
When a young man of one and twen- To St. Louis and Chicago
ty, Mr. Clark Russell, the well known
novelist, was present at the trial of a
dozen seamen who had mutinied bq-. lI nill ,aim Pil ,... Sl..a'linu <';i- fur,,i .1., ,-.,i. .- 1. St L .,,a i ;tid. ,1 C(hi,.nra.
cause the food provided for then was 1. .i.'. ,, i ,ll.I I, .. *i,\ ihI, .il i-
of the most abominable description. lie
was disgusted to find that the muti-
neers were actually sentenced to sev- i Di e Flyer Route
eral weeks' imprisonment for refusing


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Through tickets toNewYork,Pha
w New Haven, New London,
Providence, Fall River, Boston and -

ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rates LOWER THAN'VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three teamw
trains every Thursday. leaving Jacksonville as follows:
Via the Sea Islands.........................10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limitd.)
Via Plant .ysteni........................... 3:15 p. m.
Via Meaboard Air Line................ 7:40 p.m. (Fast Mail.)
Sl'laisengers leave Daytona 5:29 am and
0 3:22 pm, making close connections.
For illustrated matter, diagrams, reservations, tickets., etc., addrim
A Ty A4n, 220 West Bay Street,
S W Jacksonville, Florida.
SGeo. H. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fla.



NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS I


Western & Atlantic Railroad.
route of the


"Chicago and Florida Limited" rain
and "'Dixie Flyer" sleeping ears
The "Chitago anal Florida Limited" is the quickest train from St. AulMtu
and Jarl-sonville to Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville and Chicago with PullUsA
finest Observation and Dlrawingroom sleepers, dining ears, etc., through witbi
change. The famous "'Dixie Flyer" all the year round sleeper via Atlanta au
Martin to St. Louis without change.
For-inforniation relative to rat'ms, schedule, etc., or for sleeper reservations, writoet

C. E. HJARMAN, Gen. Pass Agent. E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass. AgeM
Atlanta. (a. Jacksonville, Fla,
II. F. SMITH. Traffic Manager, Nashville, Tenn.


Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN

JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
IDirect Service Between
JACKSONVILLL. BOToN AND PROVIDLNCK,
AND ALL IASTERIMN POINTS.
Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


Southbound.. ... ...
Northbound... .... ..


........ .......... From Lewis' Wharf, Bosteo
....from foot Catherine street, Jackse vill


CLYDE'S ST. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
(DeBarv Line)


N,. I1 Between Jacksonville and Sanford
S.........: l," STOPPING AT 'AL.ATKA. ASTOR. ST. FRANCIS, BERESFORD, (DELAin)
,111i........:.':, m [1l l' S 'PRINfS tmld Interiml-diat' L.andingm on ST. JOHNS RIVER.
1,111 ........ I :.1 1 .1 ..
t ........::1 City of Jacksonville,
i1 l . : 03 4 1 1 1 C A,'TE .1W AEl. O a
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IS API)OINTEI) TO A.I. A.S FOLLOWS:
Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p m..Sndays, Tuesdays and Thursdas
Leaves Sanfor 9:30 a. m. Monday. Wednesday and Fridays
So thloud.i, St II11I:D LE Northbound
ltradl ,lo\wn Read up
I.,.av.. :t::341 p ..............................L. 'KSONVILIAE............................ rrive 2:00 a
:4 pl n ................ .............. .... .\ ................................... L eave 8 00 p
: : n ............................................... ................ ........ 2 :30 p m
4:3:) aim .................. ............ST. FRAN 'IS............... .......... .' 1:00 pU
....................... IE ESFORDI ()I : AN )).................... 12:00J a'
6;:(1) arm .............................. B L E SIRIN ;S................................ 11:00as
.A rrive ,s.::o 111.................................... S.\N FO)i D ................................ 9:30 am

General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

A. II. AG;ERTY. a-t'n i'M-s. A.ut. I'. M. IRON.MIONGERI .IJ.. F. PI. A.,
I1i Stat,' St.. New York. 2414 West Itay St., .lJa'ksonvillh, F
T110iS. D. HAI.LEY. L.r1 F'rt. A.-t. I'. iLOVELL.. sst. Fla. Supt..
Foot Ilol,.nm St .l:,.ksoinville. Foot IIn1 u, St., .Ieksonville.
.INll. L. HOWARD. SUil..riintenIl,.nt,
F'ot Ilh again St., .l'aksn ville.
THEO. 0. EAGER, WrT. P. CLYDE & CO..
(Gned ral M;iniiircr A;'lienral A.rents.
('lihehrouighl Building, Il state St.. I)pposite flattery Park, New York.



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Rich...,w.d Washinagton Baltimore
Philadelphia Boston Atlanta
Ashevlle Chattanooga Louioville
Cincinnati St. L.uis Kansas CUit
Detroit Cleveland Pittsburg
Chicag., tto.






SOIUTEI[IN RAILWAY
ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington, Richmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida Express
710 EM .AS.,

The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
70 TIE MFORf AND WEST.


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 Tickets via Soethere Railway. CorrespedeSee 8llicted.

H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pa. Agt., 108 V. Bay St., Jackaoovile, Fla.
S. H. HARDVICK, W. H. TAYLOE,
General Pasnger Atent, Am't Gent Pas. Agent,
Vahgtoa, D. C. Atlata, Gs.
JasenVr, 15. 1903.


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