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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Gazette-news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: May 3, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Volume ID: VID00434
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.THE


DAYTONA


AM


ZETT


voL. 10. aN. 47.


Dayton&. hornds. i 15. 1902


WORTH KNOWING. OPPORTUNITY TO ABSTAIN.

Mayor Whildin states that he has People in general can truthfully say
lived i Florida twenty years and has that they cannot afford toeatmeat. The
had so reaches about any house he has meat trust controls the entire situation.
ever occupied. He says the preventive and indications are that the prices of
is powdered Paris green, unmixed with meat will go still higher.
anything. Sprinkle the powder in spot The following table will show the re-
along the baseboard next the walls, in tail prices per yound that are being paid
woodboxes, alqng the rear of kitchen or for meats in Daytona at the pres-ent
pastry shelves, next the walls and in time:
cupboards, closets and wardrobes, also Porterhouse cteak........................... :1(h.
sprinkle on floors next the walls. He Lions................................3...i...
says it can be sprinkled by hand, but Pork chops......................................t2h
suggests a small puff or blow box, which Round steak....................................... 2(k
is very convenient for the purpose. In Chucks.......................................... ..k.
one week's time the pestiferous roache Stews.................................................. 1 .
will have nearly all left, and soon there- Rib roast.........................................
after the house will be entirely rid of Runip roast..................................
them. Let the Paris green remain for a Chuck roamst................................ .
period of two or three week. The mayor mml chop...................... ................
says anyone trying thi remedy as Lamib rest......................................2... -
directed, will besurprised how completely Liver............................ ....................1.
and etectually the premises can be rid of Hams............................................ 17c
these pests. and that when once they are Breakfast Icat-m n... ....................... Ic
gone the house is evidently chalked off Poultry.......................................... 22v
the roach list, as they will thereafter The local butcihers are not to blaming. as
have nothing more to do with the place. they ar ftirnd to Ii.av from the trust.
-L- ke Worth News. They would giladly boycott the ct.topus.
lbut it would lie jumping from tihe frying
Tothe P ebil t1f i G4morlXl. pan into the' firt let'aiise they would
Bunnell's Saw and Planer Mill is now have no pla prepared to furnish rough and dressd lie forced to go out eof lisinM.ss


lhmberat short notice; delivered either
by land or water. Wood and slalew for
sale at all times.
A. A. Br'NKLI., Proprietor.

No fewer than 104 species of birds
exist in Florida, according to Cyruns
Carleton, of Providence, R. I., a winter
visitor to Ormond who has for several
yean devoted much time and attention
to Florida birds.

s~o s Cm cgao work eoi the C*ld
izxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a
cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. 25c.
-- aaa-a *S*SSS* SSS^


SOME

DAINTIES.
We have just received a lai
stock of goods manufactui
by the National Biscuit I
They are strictly high grn
and nothing can lie found


r-ge
red
Co.
ide
tot


equal them. Here are soome
of them.


Graham Wafers
Brownie Wafers
Fruit Cake
Almond Bon tions
Butter Gelnis
Five (l'clc'k Teas
Oowega Ctrackers
Minuette Wafers%
Water Biscuit


Morrell's Breakfact hlt'oln, t I'
finest that money canI buy.

We have the largest aund tinest
line of cereal hiteis in the city.

We have the largest assortmlnt.ii
high grade canned goKNls ii thl '
county. TIh. prices,. f i collrse
are right.


E T. COIRAO & CO,


*


I.%Kost & winnere. the painters and
paper hangers, are artists in their line.
and you will make lino mistake in con-
suiting t iemi.

ANOTHER PHYSICIAN COMING.

lr. II. II. Selyv, tif Aimherst. Mass.,
has recently purchased the Morrisoni
cottage. on RIidgewood, and expei-ts toc
arrive hen- about the tirst of July.
Speaking of his departure his honie
newspaper says: "Dr. 1H. 1. Seelye has
bought a home in Daytona, Florida, and
will leave Amherst and practice his pro-
fession in that southern resort. lr.
Seeyle. the son of Re.v E. E. vSeyle, was
graduated from Amnherst College in I71t,
and received the degrees of A. M. in 1882.
He studied medicine inl the medical dt.-
partment of the I"niversity of New York
City, and in the college e of Physicians and
Surgeons, receiving the degree of M. I).
from each of these institutions. Front
1882 to 1884 lie was connected with
Bellevue Hospital. and in 1884 he ruaine
to Amiherst and was instructtor in physi-
cal education in Amherst College until
lWI. Hle has practiced his profession
for 18 years in this town.

lif yonmi wanmt youtir painting amld
pair hanging th die in a itworkimallmlike
miannl.er consllt Kost & iwinnir

A SHIRTWAIST BOX.

0.ne oti the la te-t faids with the' ladies
of ivlatoiia as well as else. here is ai
shirtwaist Iloix whit'hl is simply ii fruit
crate, iiout :tIo inith., loI0i 4 g, Il. inliches
wide and 2 i inches high. It is lined with
white t loth aind the top is lpadded with
ctitton and neatly tly t ctt.red with a pretty
chilItZ. .A valanuce Of the chinitz is tawkee
around the topll of th box and allowed
to reach the liottomi. hianinglv lotIosely.
TPii e i tl lIa lirs ifr th ie-n t r at llow i


OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL


.C. B. A. La Sprite coret $1.00
Smith & Son.


IWOnly the best at the Gramling Father O'Boyle was a visitorRl Jack-
Bakery. sonville Friday of last week.


SeeCCBARNES

at the NOVELTY STORE
for anyt&u in the following lines: viz
Satlonery Newapapers Magazines
Books Muiical Goods Artist's Supplies
Comctonery Fruit Nuts
Jewlry Clocks Watches
Parms Tollet Articles Pocket Knives
Fihiag Tackle Sporting Goods Games
Basket Bird CagO e and Glass
KodLk. Supplies School Supplies
Bike Supplies Window Shades Masks
Dolls Toys Notions
^Lowny's and Wiley'8 Chocolatel always fresh. Sewing machines for sale,
for rmt, and repaired. All aorta of tooleand machinery repaired promptly.
......Picture Frames Made to Order......


.Mr. and Mrs. II. W'. Stillman departed
Monday afternoon for their siniinlier
hioin0' at Edgerton. W isconsin.
a I'Foi SAI.::-.A g itod lilain organ.
Call at ifittaire soiithi of Iiverview. Sta-
Ibreeze M It Anitit; IE. <;l; t;Iis.
Mr. iin Mrs.'. It. i li\,r and family
departed Mondaiy after, 111n feior their
noirtiherni ailbode at Italh\\ I.. New Jerseyv.
E .-Mrs. E. It. More's reduction sale ii
niillinery Ib'gins Momnday toif next week.
and all ladies, dtesirini, \\irk done will

Mr. and Mrs .i \I lhdlgeti t have
closed their it.alitiful Itilew.ooil elhlitoe,
innil. with thi ir f.nniily. l.fIt M itd;.i. f or
tiraind liRapids. Michi.
Work will lbe emtliini'ien Moiida. lii
thle addition ti le Ibuilt to the 4-luib hnliise.
f th.. h ,1H if: v ni.. N 1 C1l, H 11


&.Another invoice of ladies' hats just
received at J. A. Hendricks'.
W. S. Newton and family left Wednes-
day for their home at Norwich, Conn.
C. A. Winningham will open a black-
smith shop back of Morrison's store.
W. J. Harding has recovered from his
recent illness and is again able to be out.
The stores in Daytona closed Thursday
afternoon for the first usual summer
half-holiday.
liA new line of ladies' embroidery
turnover collars at Mrs. J. A Douglass
millinery store.
Barber Ilea Der has just received a pair
of guina pigs, which he has on exhibi-
tion at his shop.
Rev. J. B. Hawk discoursed on "The
True Principle of Christian I'nity," last
Sunday morning.
Messrs G. H. Ludwig and G. H. Foote
went to New Snmyrna last Saturday uon
a fishing expedition.


Mrs. W. C. Day is visiting with friends
in St. Augustine.
OW'Finett line of home-made candies at
the Gramling Bakery.
Henry Titus was a visitor to Titus-
ville Friday of last week.
Harry A. DeForest has been appointed
postmaster at Lake Helen.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Blood leave today
for their home at Tuexedo. Mo.
Steamship tickets to New York for sale.
Enquire At Gazette-News' office.
IW'Just received a new lot of popular
prtsed shoes at J. A. Hendricks'
Dr. Van Valzah was up to Dupont on
professional business Wednesday.
Peck & Foster have moved their stock
of groceries into the Rogers" building.
W Boston Brown Bread and Baked
Beans at the Gramnling Bakery to-day.
Ilt.A big stock of suspenders at .1. A.
Hendricks' at 10, 13, 25 and 30e a pair.
George Wray left Tuesday morning for
a two week's trip to it-ala and other
points..
S. H. Moselevy and family departed
Monday morning for Atlantic C ity. New
Jersey.
Miss Edith MclDaniel. of Port Orange,
is learning the niillinitry trade with Mrs?.
J. A. Douglass.
IWA superb line of new hats, flowers
anti trinitings just received at Mrs.
Douglass' millinery store.
Builder L. Z. Burdick has just coui-
pleted the erection of a lhandiisomte beach
cottagt ftor George II. l'oote'.
M. It. Mtior. of M Ire tr. .. Ift Mtlon-
day monrnhig ftor Salrdiani. Jndiatna.
wiher' lie sliends his sullillers.


1d Gist S'-hinidt .aline oeiver from Stetson i
r University last I-'riday evening and u --
miaiind over Sundaly. lHe was earclina-
nitel bly lProf. Edw. i. Italdwin.
ilh i.ir.le l Spauldi li has lieguln shieppinig
lpotatettPe tfriom iis farin it a Blake. TIhe
ti-st shilileiieimt i4f thirteen li urrel wentit


Capt. H. F. Douglass wae a visitor to
DeLand last week.
James A. Rose left this morning for
Narragansett Pier. Rhode Island.
Io.Thel Brownie Camera is not a play-
thing. See pictures at Harris' studio.
Col. Poet has leased .the Clarendon
Inn and the Breakers for the summer.
Rev. Hawk has a sermon for young
people tomorrow night on the "'Ro-s of
Moab."


Laura Bishop, formerly of this place.
was married at Jacksonville. Tuesday.
to H. V. Toonmbs.
It is runmored that W. H. Peters will
erect a new building which will be occu-
pied by the postoffit-e.
The Epworth League had a picnic on
the beach May Day. The young folks
enjoyed a good time.
4 lie of the best moving picture shows
will I.e at the Opera House. Monday and
Tuesday. May 7,-,;. Lime light.
Orville Peters gave a party to a num-
ber of his little friends Tuesday evening.
the octvasioin beiing tihe seventhh ainniver-
sary of his birthday.


Miss Ada Anderson, who has been a
prominent figur- in Epworth IAague
cirn'les during the winter. left Tuesday
morning for Michigan.
Editor Frank V. Baker. of the Sanford
Chronicle. ai'eompai>nied by his letter
11ll-llthi. sh.,nt last S>t'mrd;avy nl Sin-
lhY.v in lia. tTloi;t ;ni Sen l lirez,.
Mrs. Il ogsdon and daughters. Anna i
all, Ie.w-si.. who have sent the winter
ill i. lie(lel.r litome on I'alninetto avenue.
left yesterday for their hoine in lllinois.
C'alit. T. L. tode.',rs lhas lease.l the
Dilaytona ho0INse to D)w iht I.- Stiillinaii.
for next sasonl. Extensive. alteration-,
and imlmlarov'uleints will Ie ilmalde on tli'
l,,.e. Mr. Stillnmari Iwns the Stillial
lll -e at N,.1ves B'ach.li, hod.e 1-lantI.
Mr. and Mrs. .Jhlin Itli've.i. of J.l.rk
stiville. air thi hai4ly 10r,-llnts of a oellii.
whviich wiis blorii Tuesdiay morning. NMr.
Illivei iL. the son oif 'oitiraltor Ii. h1.
Iliven. Thley have ieeii imarrield 11
yeirsa'tidl this is th,. ti'rst addition t,>
thrir family. Their ninny fri.'il,, hl .re0
offl' rr 1 .l'l'rat l lati 'l, s


It Will Do-No



Good to Tell VY


S.,'


That summer is here. But it w

you good to know that we have a i

line of summer dress and shirt waist

goo Oxford ties and slippers f

summer suits and straw hats for a


and boys.


%* to %a


Our Sample Lines Made-to-


Measure Suits are Fine


This Season.


Ask to see samples of the CRAWFORD

and La FRANCE SHOES. 4 t


Beginning May 1st and

ending October 2nd ,

inclusive our store will

close every Thursday at

12:00 noon. % v -


t thills w.eek. hI ie .ill W ill I. I Tie. iF' rI the' e. .li'.eiileti, f liv.e- lim'rdinimc. who left lDaytoii nfiet' as Itishijip ef the' Ilio.t-e. ..i St Aiigiistin.
J;ia k.s..tiville about tnthe m intls a-t o la. I th thi. Siuthastlern l'it'l.i0as .1mi,. 1
hlias ali.- to his t1.1 hlileie i i i''utrrlollttii. A-.'S 'i:ltiolln has aiitlli 'rized thi o 4 0f
Ohie. le ex I--ts to make that hiis future round-trip tickets ;t riat tfte ie aili onei-
1,111,,. f iiourth faitres. fr point. in il-'l orida andl
t i ile ailed ime, -thirdl f .,- fr 1 pilli 1 1ilt!s ill
I Mr- .1 Il. is larte f wl rrivteded- ,ia au,,,, s,,uthl arlin, Ti."k.mts i WAYS OF BUILOING UP A CITY.

M .A .1 iillncliii,. \ lMr-.. Il'isi+ i l'.'.ti t I
l-tt l oswit2. tile's g el'r. t t to i i' to I.i uiruiti l e rate. ft II Ti Th-f, i t i il .- Ii.- 1- t ta ke
K in steii i,1' "h.t i~eIe)I- leI S't. l st aile' 1111 I. rI. tI l i'etI II. i ,I' ,,i ,i,' ;.,ie ,. Ih ii ,',tl ,ile t, I,
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M .--sr.. E IT oi ra F. N ii'Conrad 1, I -:'.: 1, 'ih i,, ,:,lii,. it, l ,... t.it ,i;i li. .il ,'
anld \Vortthen llti e. ind the Mis 's .s Illiey. ,,,ev v, I I,.il, i. i,, M,en,i ',..- ir is. it
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l0 tl- llit, il li..1.Iiit- lit,11 N I I .II o'm imnor. Harris and itwood went o ti lllt li 1th t i ,. A ,r .I 1 ,
Gove has the contract. ihi ill lmi at thie Methodist parsoniaie. After I Talk alouit i
afii shili trip, dlwn the ri\'v r Tuhesday in I
the lit prIongl.in of 'teadilig. music. etc \\rite ail o iit
11(ivrallimi aind rv- lirea ld at lit the ; i ol '.-,- lla it'I h. I st. ,liea -l 'l-4 it ikis l.. iti c i t't i" 1'I11- i i ie ,lii'r, II
Irammiling B[aker%.v i iiii'mm 1r nlttts for meiiei and lb ys i' t leteions lwere distributed, having tirst S aik ,we.ll ili.,it it
Rev. Dr. Yerkes. f I'laintield, N. .1 Mon r ii,m Iee 1ii ut iii half. .After tilling t lih fr I't'trieil/ l ie,, ii.e lieir-t
who hias ieen stoppling lit tihe ltemlett p.irtlr I Illtn'rs ta tiiiii parts of quota- ml'wct noi n tt h h .li, ,i i ....
House this se soni. preiache- d it the lia Vli 1 l r us t tit th ti th tt d ws ii p irs t, h i ll.- i i i -:I. t
tist church last Sulnday moilrnlmi dy i putting neles oen tuildins is et oki iand driik leiimonadel,. Be ttie,..
ciis'1 ,,II dh hiyela nt fl.-temory. Ntrtih a t" .,.11 2.-1 ,i il | l)l 30 \Vr.. w-n '. prsvlt l ,1 ,1 .ir'i!, ..i.. t ,,,. t. ,
Lri;o toe J. A. Hendrick-- flor l.ilhing B.aiih tie t is aill nu eil rd, i l. also solth il Itil ~ll i i,. i e .vei i re I.e-t -' ini,. 'r,,I 1.... h. i., ti' II
suits and save money I-oach -street as far as Live Oak. I ri'e iuihli, hl. ii, ,i i., i,, i.lit
Hloward Y. Stillmanii has greatly iim.- Siaistry that is dainty.delicious amil i d t l at all iillte-.
proved the appearamn'e of his Beach street nutritiouis at the iraliling Itakery ,at t lki I't join 111 iill' iri. Tl .' \.
property, ,t''upied bv "Mrs. Jefferson. by I > h t t ktl '.iia-ma' nd ti" lti,.,ki-
building a litnew fen.aliong the street. C .1 l.-k h t. ei is li nit irgutiiilig a i .llilbl-stilie epis p.- i, g..n illr ,i Si l by e uiir llee t ti.lt .,,- :tl,
Irlluldch 01u lhti e F rather al l I'nh o A m er- bl,,, ft tm itst perer s j ii. ,itr--i ,.
I-Silmll ei r dil'ss teoods .t M lat N m I- a. has e o tiied tol his ld the past I e it st a i ec,,t a i ,. 4 ,.ilI-i d iti
IBros. i 1.1'k. I ,I is agai ai le tle ti out and is. mi ltlchie, ar r ,l.. iiii, i f, u Jll t i ti Iel'- -i
M rs M ..I. .1. iltnlin re.'ei\' e l tl .e '-n 1 ai ilis ilhl. iustllim foir ili i,,-rts, 'h an hei'eii l ti l, i l 1e ,u ,e,:t\ -li. ..t,.! ,i,-
i.ew'.Thiursdiay of the de at h oif hter isti't'. For line millinerv all at ilMrs. J.. A 11 th,. fro .t ,'i!. ," i,,. -- i' .il
Mrs. T. H. Moore, which c 'ourred at iouiglass milliie..rv store' Trv I'huuhllN'i(. 'li1 St' ia"li hi, A l'.i"r, ll'n-i,.nlt .
Kansas I'ity thie 2-thi ,l \l ii il II.-r Tablets. It' i' .. t Ily ic r I l. -I Y l. .itI'iiet-m ib. i I ',
Illotlei died iii Marcl h \\. \V. i.istil hais iEi'hia.ed i ;. T Cili all deuim -i t.i 1 lts .ri.iii i iint i ,. i- i ill- '- i,:.i iil i.i
T' laii-iin,.h, a1in accotm'nl7ii4ni0il ha liv e It I ui.te -li
.'l'wo pic e hc tlith>ig i*l s h1i:*i i T e-'. t\% if eift ai t i Stucit rdayt for at truiise dtuW'I. i '
sumitlh & Sten. the coast ;s tar as NMiiai, During his TO THE PUBLIC. "..ei. ,!,.A l, i i,,n .;,1,.., ,,,i
.1 It M IrIe unl flmiily. htli htit'i t lbt.Ii atb- t 1 \ \,'. Il ,rter ii' il,> kkim after -- i ,e. -. ,e t t,,I.e .i !:,l
S Vhal \ t r.; l .ii it A s"I i' t l- Il l aiTl ,ii.-ii.
t-vuplyinol L.,-Hirenlce Tillom]ps, l'estll*l- .. ;
tiful cottage o(ili thle Illmullitil l s this y SeiSnith A& Si. 1 1 .. 2U an tlil -i ti .. .- th,. !ese1ti4.e i, `. Tl'hu'i,l I ll'ri .
w inter. left M oiid iv l it a prit ate tair flir limit-,.ti hi:!ii1dkihif> ,'. i i i t ,It [ill eel \ h. i- .i -i
their hlim e i th li ilt. i i i ,, .
I hMi ,it Ire h,'i-r will tuih l a ne'..w lb iat ,I'-'. 1 l i-st ThI ir-,l.,a It hl rnit A .,>i
ll l.o ieli talile chltli.t Sain tli A sin iI-, -i ,i,,i ,.i fe e thi. T o'l ka e i 11 Thl ,l',i nl ,.t I ill.-- \\,' 1.1t. ke ; \ [n '. Tt i,. .1 ii >i li ;i.A l. ,i ..'i
'haar tv il tllt a, an ,,l,.r'e hli '\l,, itll.. clllat .1IF lI. light diall i ht and w l ill .e tJ.; t lI il.-\ WFn,,,,e W ,,rk i ie,., e, i,.e ,| \ i, .' +. \
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%% aist s "''.Sweet.'" .Matdet pretttily, the t- ox In n
iormcs a ailuailble lddi ltion ti n sll I roll i Mc .I'n. u Ir, h,,h le.ti'. t :'v '.Ithe tle.c u .1 'Iay- ti '. e. the ust t ,F .
anda comfortable se' t ai s ell The Cit' luni ,ila ioru I ni lt. N I e\,.ti te i I. -i .t i .. i all ili l'ti
best thing' ii o ullt themes. ii.e ib s t tha thI y i ill ri- n ai u,-i. !ii >l,,i t in- s ii nrz 1"i,. '-, l -eT likh. i is- rlF'y it..-. l .Is,-
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t r w illghi d ly fl urn' i.sh the cratt. wO hich JJat kst ll,'. t l .ain II i. ei l i -T ;h thtil h, ill .,i :.i" If it lh t ,;iII
has a hasp that may het' gihleedI t .i ilicinci. 1it i -..l, lelit liliii!.. l,, t., c ap l. si;tl
-- --- a ,la .i at$1 .. '. .t,,.t:i :' If eli tieils

AN OLD VETERAN DEAD. ,11. \. M nI l;, tI;ll re',.tlri.,l ,'.'.r 1 l ;I t \.., I. -'..eitt .
da y H e ha, s ti e'i ll t 'ilt a liile:p ua tt 'uha W it'. ,k e ;eti l thI '' t l i % a at l:: i nll iit ,l t th e
Ja.col. II. I i l.eirraff died M ndilay alt .il ,>l t-et ei,,tnti.,iei;leit e n l li ln, I. --IeII -' ti re..- i-- ', A ... ,':n k. il
h .is h o im e .l i t ha d ill t f s u. ility a t t h e a n d tl I.Ik ,e l lel' i ali tevI,,t-t t h ,e ui ,,' it', .' r'' hI e Ili .. 1. ,
ap. of setvem t.' yea s min s thli a M li.-i.ii l :is .t ,T i .,t I l e .e t ie Th,[ S L.Ilii :, .--I.- Ti'i .- .it'
The funeral wa\\i- h l TuI' esda. fr'nm 4 i i,,rei l tliitl tiiT, t li- I'I I '.i 't I |.. '
the Methodllist cthuirh at tiootdall under i 1athing -tits .'. -e i ., .1 i be. t V ee l,. sit'.
the afllic tt Iif lh.i Joe Hooker h'st. wit' hie 75.%%riiat
theatspit.s o, tl 1j.7.xiHooker. t l itti on ^litl .-. ,, ( t i,, i...- .Irl -h',u W ill ,m-0 on,
attended in a o ,ly, a, ccol niitd i -b a I .;f l a & ,, iti brellt it ..f, e I..l *t ,. W illam- .il1
a firing squad froitn the Halifax Rafles. NIlrrtuis I. S miti Ime '.I \\ ttI le, '. i s.. a t ,hargetef ,vI.. lt ia I. s 'llhy, I
Rev. Hawk tticiated'c The internielnt i ills tielea' -t l Simtia'e vi. net uteirt, th a li, i lh eltt m t'h.st iI-iItI'iat l e)hl,-Ii lee' Ireni
w as ii lt iltuiw t.ltCmd t'eiletrY I,. i t,, a lis tirevit el eI,'. ii lt Hit lN.%k,''. 1 ee l' th I lt h .Int Thi' i 'it,' Ilh'e' \it'.as lslr.' ,ii-
M r. iitlel. ruff at s ibe. 'ni a esuil -tit cO f a sm. li ll lnd oi f tit .1 \ h..i i hi hi en' s shi, ,il iimi dt llta ilt l el ieot vi ry str t ini i thlalt.
...I.. ... ... 1 .'I! F !, ..I. .'" V rit rn r 111 1 .I ti ti, .N I illilii a h ew in.d it tlls. utyil l


A PLEASANT PICNIC.
h"i'-. t. i.hi: and ; sulet-intendent of the
S.niidily -!,.hi.d ,,i the. M1. E. church south
":\ :,t p11 ni.- tlo ihe ,holarmWednesday.
1'.* l.1llin.;,- Columbiti, Tomoka and
..i S. % .- clhi;irtt.ril and the party
taken iii ti Tl'onuka. Each one
lir u hi a l .isket of ii tables and dinner
Si- lis d of .It then "1pper Cabia."
i.\ .,,,,ilv ,jiiintity of ice cream wa1
;iki' .1 .ii. aiin l thi. little ones, and the
i''" -n t.1 i wiinl,.-r who accompanied
t i r i.-.1 a ,.Yrv pleasant day. W.
II I .-tei, ;i- 'n-.rtter of ceremnonies" de-
1 ; ... .;,; te.Il ,r theRo om" ofl the
r \t ..',ilrn we in the
'. y ar 1 1i .-11.|ple- enough to make
it. iiiii..- r,.i to, lot. Little Burton
ii ,.cl.latn. thti. n-i.i ,i \\';lter Mc4Clennan,
li;i.l tihe misforti iii if iillove.rloard and
ii.,iitlt.,ll. \\ ,.iil ha ,ve t-n drowned
,i..l it imtt I. ,i r Ih timei.ly n-l.-ue by
1: 1 i, l.i in ,,:'.; ,i th N>' i ..\ S


I. r-i .\ ,,'!.el ih.;i\y chain bracelet
,. ,', n .l,..- .l..si ire aid H arris'
S- .. ,. -.it l.-. r' -\\tirl if flnder will
i i,. L l 1 iit 1 -tu .


NO Ti4Lz to Lose
Y (can *t frd to disregard
''.. \arn ot a weak and
S..-.i. ",mJ! } ;" pt.: off tak-
;,,,-., p ;tion of the
authority on-
... ;., (iti, ous diiorders-

- M Heart Cure.
S I t ;flutters,
S t breath, have
S, ..,'".. plai. in left
-.r :tr:n. %iou have
S ~i.i arc h liable to
r ; .*',' i t- .'w ant.
it V\...,,-. '., one of the
i r, ii t t tieod n-
e C 2 i : *I i-i in t.-.cirl dI-AAW
..... v h.- : '" nd. l .
1 A. A i4 W : -I '..i T.
,, t:. T I. Il.. adve til e-
S' t' t I 'oi'ch grat-
.. tI r., ved frocij r.
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Bllrain bread, the great brain devel
oper and nerve builder, fresh erery day
at the i;ramling Bakery.
S. H. iove has made plans for extten-
sive alterations to pi' made til li. B. Sea-
imills"' cottage otn RidgwoIod.
"BHt'" Malevy evidently e.xpe.-t> nixt
winter will l.i ;l oid loneit. He- hIls idis-
played in ll i.sl Wil(,% windlow a plir e if ice
skates.
I'. A. Ehlrt and E. It. (irogan. who
have been sliending the winter at
Schmuidt's Villa are now at Hot Springs,
A rka nsa s.
An rlifort is le'ing niade to get up a
ganile of lase bl. ibll li-t wet n the' liusilness
ileii alil thi' re.ulairs next Thursday
afternioii.


SIf Yo WYhy! Cn no tAR. |
what You Want....17J OnB


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Health

"For 25 ears I have never
missed taking Aver's Sarsaparilla
every spring. It clhanses mv|
blood, makes me feet strong, asid
does me Rocd in e %c.v o.
John P. Hodnctte, BrouklyVn, N.Y.

Pure and rich blood
carries new life to e.'cry
part of the body. You
are invigorated, refieshed.
You feel anxious to be
active. You become strong,
steady,courageous. That's
what Ayer's Sarsaparilla
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KMITTMA GAZETTE-f0S.
Piblihed Every Saturday.

EDW. FITZGEBALD, Pluthiuma.

SBabriptiho (1.50 per Year in Advance.
j gl Notices 10e per Line Each Time.

2066ie6 athe Postoffic at Daytona.
Florida, as Second Claws Matter.

Saturday, May 3. 1902.

The orange trees around Daytona are
looking unusually fine and a large yield
is looked for this fall.

FIten carloads of potatoes per day
a nl ow being shipped from Hastings.
Wty can't this product be more exten-
sively cultivated around Daytona?

%l e tomato crop of lDade county ii-
ow being rapidly moved north. lk-
l' es the daily fruit and veg tableexpi'-s
tBFlorida East Coast Ity. runs
three through freights a week N lii. -h are'
largely patronized.
UJ.
The county commissioners will be
petitioned at their next meeting to call
a wet and dry election. The county has
been dry for a number of years, but thel
result of the next election is ,-once d to
be somewhat doubtful.

Indications go to show that the "dull"
. season in Daytona will be a decidedly
basy one this year. Contractors inform
us that more building will be done than
in any summer before, and this will in-
amre the circulation of plenty of money.
The hotels, too. are preparing for a big
summer's business.


OCadidateo are not as numerous in
Volia County as they probably will be
lateron in the campaign. Each one
seems to be waiting to see who else will
be in the field, but they should bear in
mind the old adage. "The early bird
eatehes the worm," and place their an-
mouncements before the public.


We again beg to suggest that an or.
dimance should be passed to prohibit the I


POLITICAL ADVERTISING.

The newspaper throughout the State
should all charge a fee for publishing
political announcementA. The general
adoption of this plan would undoubtedly
make the primary law unpopular with
the candidates. yet when we consider
that in nearly all cases a man seeks an
office becaun of the salary attached to
it, why should he not pay the printer a
reasonable rate for advertising space?
The merchant must pay for advertising.
then why not the politician? I1v this we
do not mean that the newspapers should
put ii prive on their support of
this or that candidate. No reputable
paper can afford to sell its support at
any price-we were merely referring to
the space o-cupied by candidate.'snot ices.


THOSE TO BE VOTED FOR.


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'c lct r:'i l;-r t h:.in lihit a ir', at II; roe.d
t .;A\ 'as c'!;'s J.10 !I'IIa; .

The ;Ift of TTnguae.
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PWUMMlG. GAS F1nING,
wWHOT WATER HIATI

od ke* -0 -LOCATED IX 'run A0so1Wc no
'Phone t47.


DoorsM ad Window SmIU mf
Mo-idng. mi* to odwA. Alt k -
Furniture Repairing done on short uot9e.
at reasonable prices.
Cottage Avenue, Daytone, Fla.


P.


The following oftei'trs % ill Ie for | ot1 fl
in Volusia county at the i l.dniocratic
primary called by the state exe. utive
committee.* for July 15: Theove
One U united States senator. Tho 0ven
4 iit'erepresentativei inc'nir'-ss.
(i' justice' of the siiprnin' court. OL
(hi,' secret airy of state.
t"' staIte' ,cm trol er. to the rescue. It will shorten her work and lei
T1% o railroad co.iulnission,.rs. attic-dishes and clothes, pots and pans. floors
SOne state senator. Housework is hard work without GOLD Dl
Two representatives illthi l.lgiatur. Made nly by T
Ouil tax as.,e--'..er. ucaoo New York. By
One tax co llh-tor. ChNw York. B
On.i county treasurer.
Five county coninissione s. --- -- --
T"ihrtn mniliers of the board of publi- PORT ORANGE. TI
inslt ruction. \\ 'k
(ile coiiunty solicitor. PI'OT OI Al.;:. May -.-'-I i wint'e'
4 ine -ianjrintendent of registration, friends aren fast l ea\ ini- i:s tei re'tuiirn ti
There may le' as many candidates for their nolrtlihirn hlionii.-. ,y
these offices as choose to run, so long a r. ad .r. \h i, l,, ,-
eac'h candidate is a democrat elector and Mir lane M lreth ti le -ii. i s.r I, *in
qualities aec lrding to the rulesgov rniug Its last fall f-*d ilt h i i vill, e. ;.,I h,1 ee' ,,,'l'c ,i
the p rim a ry ,L.'ig hlle rs t l,0h a t i e' a n" l M ir. I ...n l iW 1 ill' s l,
All nominations must be by a majority lieigi., lo.ts in ,I r. i it .c 1 iv ni, T ir, i.
vote, and if noone receives such majority. t I u- M a, ,,i Mi, I,., .ilef fr li" ,, ,;i .,
then the two rec-eiving the highest nul- ni i.
ber of votst iius4t lwe ballotted upon in aii i l ilh. I.
second primary set for their 1l2tli day oif i 'lih .\ll ii'!l.l rhs hle .i ail c .e!x;ic Sn'li. ..
August. w inters iln li r ilhli.'- ;ilil ;mi- ; V 'iI I:l.i ..
-[I>le .i \\ith it that t l., 'i l ;i ltI t'T i .- I.,\
Council Proceedings. a.i .'r,. 't.caJ r1 ... i'"I-% .. .,i- \w...'ini,. ..
T h'l' r-~.!i
Counilc i ii-t in regular s.--ion i Monday Mr. I;.) i\ ilii :inll Mir.andiii M ..tre h- i c .
evening with Prvs.. Sinith in the chair. tan' Mr. Vhim :ii i',.. l.'i \V,.,li.'..i. i 1
Ires.lnt. Al.. Fo te.r. Matthi-v LUar. fr tr h.'ire l .im .-- 11 i11-'.! iii 1r '.ia ki.,r1
ris and Stevens. llilii:an ,


'r gathering of oysters from the bars Mi Miinute.. of previous ci.-tini. va an.ir'l il M .i-- l Ih.,i- -.. Thuri-,ii i. .irn
front ofthecity. A prominent authority al l rove,.i. Ihi f, .s.1nn.li. .. tk., ..., ;
states that typhoid and othergerms will Foll '.Villc cills ri.,,nthd al orlrl, f,,. k
live longer in oysters than in anything paid:
else,and as the sewerage washte over: II. II. R,,,.e s rv,.ying lot 77 .....M 9 N h' Mi- M..v Mi, !irn .1-c :. i i;. ,I :.
thlee bars the using of oystersfroim them W. :. Frin-ich. tinief o iien...... i t \ it % r :' :ii
is a menance to the public health. N. i stlt-rets .......... ........... ;: t ill.
S-__ feor- taink in cengiielio l ..ii .. ... .2.74
4'. Nasli. tank. guttr andl......
Who gets the benefit of the continued Ii c.1tion. sin t engiii. ous' -A... it.l li. f l l I 'I t' i II I
advances in the price of nmeat-the farrier, .1. AEriickonii. n-pairiing hlalter....... try IlrncIlit ci p. i
whol rai the cattle" Not on vour life 1j. I. Niv'r & Sie. tcleaninig ditcli.-, 2 .l .


It is the combiination of capital anti M,-,.ld ibv AId. Mattlihe's. s-eondeid I ., I cl I i ..' .,
peediknownas the meat trust. Anil .11i. Harris, that the bond of t le 'ile Cit, V l- .ill I'.
why doesn't congress put an end to such Tr'iasulre.r ti pla.cd at i'2700 ane Id that R [ t.i 1 !i- .- f, '
robbery? Because congress is too blusy h' e rc.- liii'. l to filni'h aI nwv bond ac I !, \ Ti- i i. t 1' .
looking after various big mit dealers aind i cordinig i4 f ,i'rini -l re totii tdiii d'I l y th,, c :, T\
preparing for its own re-election. How C'ity .Att irn-iy inI hi- snlb iitlm l .. ril.d l in ,i,,". 1 l ,., .' ,i
long will the people stand for this sort pliliion: iarrie'd. l:/,ii .,- -,. c1ii: '-
ofbusiness? i. you can't tell. Somne- Moved liy Ali. MI lihatthe .... so I.-d I y cc,,d ,,. it IM I'.\.. ',.,..
thing may be doing next fall. Ald. Harris, that City Tax ( otlll tor hI ... .,, ,! :.,',, ., ,
tondle' plac-eild at 42..<4i00 and that .l ,
amend his bloild I vy coinfortinig it to, .M iiiicli is \ H a" ,.
Alter preaching a very strong aernoin recoliiiendaition of ity attorneyy in his soon 1.t \t\,ic...'I.. '1. ,r ,i'.ir ':i
omeday, the principle subject of which submitted written oilinion; carried. 'ranikfort IndI Mr- l:', I!! i .. -
wSeOonesty."'' the preacher said: "I An ordinance to regulate the iliiniber- t.'r. Mli I'; .I i i..i in:.l I It
at every person in this house w% ho ingot Ibuildings in the t'ity of lDaytona
pays all his debts to rise." Every manl. was called up and passed on its sc.'1iind
woman and child arose with the excep- reading on lotion of .\id. Foster. (ioox ter Rheumatism.
tion of one very old and ploorly dre s.-ed and .sectitided Iy Al.d. Harris. I, i. fill] I 1 nI- iki- T ii i N .i t.11 .
cc'V i, ii I, a k cc' li iI' i. li II -
man. The preacherf-,lt gratitiedtokknow i M vc.edl Ahl.li. M itth..\\' s .c d, e d IctIk lo cI |I\ |i'. cl-..,i i ,1., ,,..,t;1 i ,i i, ,:i ; k..,
that with oneexcepltion till histhe'ok were All. llarris. that the pliool siitiin of th. ii- 1 -,. .\fi!* 'c c i: "\'.. .*' !'rI "
honest people. Then lie said: "Noiw iazette-News and Halifax J ilournalf thal lili! IIllhli ii i,','. "I ,1,, I ',l -
every one who doesn't pay his de.lbts 'each i paler shouhll print all legal inoIti--.es t ,',i I,'.lii'' ] i-, liti h .,'ii '.I I 1-.1'
arise." None aroie except this poo frly for the City iand hi util each r,-e'e'i\. onei- \!i ,, .'\, il,,. i:, i,1.. 1c i!,c- ,,'.. I
dressed man. "*Well, my brothere" said half thi legal rate', lle acce-pted; cairri-el \ t1, i ,,i i ..- .. 1t:1 a,1 i i.t. i:- I .
the preacher. "why is it that you do not Move'.- by A.id. Smithh. seconelided ly .1 l hi icl l i sI, i c !.Ic 'c c I
pay your debts'. The old man replied: Mattle-ws. that the Marshal Il.-inst iiiucted 't
"I am the editor of a newspaper and to luiil a punild for logs anid thliat th.
these people are niy sulscribers, and--" clerk notify the publlic, tliroiilh thl. nIt,\\ -
"Let us arise and lee disniissetd." the papers that on andi after May 15th lti', HOLLY HILL
preacher said.-Exchange. ordinance governiilng dos will I- -Lt ril ; '
eiiftonrce; carried.
-- -- .lMov ,d ,by Ali. Miattlh .'\\ s ',e'ic l',-l Ic i 'd w i "i ,i
A newspaper iin D tr oit. Michigan, AM d.. Stvciis. that the,- l.-rk cotil, t li .cc, ,i 1,
hascome out as a deumn erat ic alter. oAii i-s lts t \\ t lctrK nict, t k iiv .t
S ,, ,privih ce on ; th l n !' ,1
This "flop was caused by the arlbitrary i and six o llhwk il t hliav sanin, l..iind .
and "'strenuous" rulings -of tihe two by Iv according to tihe o leinlainic ; arrie'l. l', t ,,,
threeThird Asistant Poestinastertiieral Movred l\ .\hi. Hlarris, V.''ci l. 'l le\-r : t c .
oldr 1,).)ik,1 1. M r. tt.,. ; t,,Ik l .i'
in regard to second class uiatter. Ito se.- d. Mattlith\\'. tliat thi.- iattr tl .
tu ; velt and his P. M. it. have only to keep t\venll-t-\\o dllar" i'hate on ta\x l i i
their third assistant in ottice a year or so Ia ton'1a T'I'ielhc itC panc I'l..I v I.c I. .
%V .- .1 :l' '. ,\ .i\ I.' .t '
more and he will do monr to "cast out over until ii,'\ iiw'-ting:t; carrie. -
t 'ccr il ,t t-ct i il cI i ,-c 2 c : t c Iclu !' c .' 1 ,c -
the present administration than any NIMovI d I-y A.Id. Mi.attlie-\\S,-4.-]-4le bei. I-1%
other one man. Roosevelt has always Ald. arrin-s. that tlie Stret Co'iiiinittt.-.
been "strenuous" in upholding rivil ser- be auithiozizd to examine all Is l in l'crcc I.-'i f 'ini !, 'i-' i~- -'.-
vice, yet the other day he alli|ointed one Palmihetto and Riclgewiodl it' eili's1 iL'n .at \V. II. ll.tii a Ile -
Clarkson, late of Iowa. and a former have thi. rejliiired lettering ir'paiited 1I.\ to beic. he' lirc? III', !:
third or fourth postnmaster general, i \V'i. Mciriff at 20 -niits ,etIT'hi clarriid c ei, Thu!' d\ 'el i-.. .-:,.. ac, ,-
collector of the port of New York. Mo\ed iby AId. .Sinithi. .-eiiic de by iih 1c ] \l \\'V.i,.:c. -t lt.'
Clarkson. it will be reneillletered, klept t an Aid. Mattli-.ws. tliat s.ctinii t \\> o Ihe t n]it i. "i't''t l' t"- *.'c, ~i -'
18-inch broadax to chop off delneutratic onlinal ie.i rnegulatinig th., dilt.- i lh,, t ,n,,,i i t i .,,' ,I ,i ,,i i .ien re ti.
heads when he was in otheie. looij. velt City I'h i.i iia. l ni.,e I llish.. f,,r tli, ,'. ,ilh t'ientii t.-'r :c.1t -,,rcle inilr'.... -
is now getting "'strenuthus" for a solid wi.ks: eair.l tI.~:cic ,
New York delegation. MNovedl i .1 1 Sith. '.'' 1enl.c..I I'.v
... .d.. S t. -'c ii l lh a tha 'e C ityi l. i :1i % itia ,o
iu tlice ri l Ic lr',tc ii'r* itil.t l',..,i 11, i h!i' i' -.
In Florida are thousands of atcrt.,t otf iok- and ii ..-.- lary Il.iiik lI. li \\ cc i k '. 1 .. .. ,:-., 'c :i'. ; ..,
landthat is well adapted to fruit and anlid c*-sd blill li,, t t il cu .-1. ii 'l .:v : ..l ,
vegetable raising that is nol % uniIulti. A.\Iljourned t!"'i i, .; .,..i t .. .. -
vated. The only way to settle the State .1. \V \\'' ls.i\-,ls. ci'.\ I i. Ik '.' >


and get this vast area into cultiiati on
is to arrange to get fainliers froim th'
North here. As it is no thlie fan. from
northern pointU to Florida is tilr tlhaii
a bhomemeker cares to pay. A ihonie-
seekercan go to states tn the Pacitic
coast for letm than he is obliged to pay
to come to Florida. and tIhe distance to
Florida is not half as great. We %would
'lggest that the business meni in the
cities throughout the State take the
matter in hand and petition the railroad
companme to grant a bowtjiseekers' rate.
during the summer season that will be
an inducement to pro. seltivc settlers tto
. s .


EVE:lRIY Shilll' L.Il>l1:Il.
oll of tIlo. hitsl h in .le'ack .' mi\ iil.l ,.
pi e. liIt t ll i.- t t \\ ittli. s th1i de. i. ,ir[ l !,
"f th tClyd.- lehil,. fpo',lim tlh.'ir d,lek t l i,.
foot oef lie k if i i stn .'I t. Ea.-h ".lhIt 1 0 Id:i:i-
ing from tliin prt is full oif lt-iir-- id
h4oir i e lpe Iple, the fl ormerili-l i tturiiliii. I
their oici'thern' lio i.-s ie and ti.- lhilt.r i,,-
ing a\\lay on Ieiiliss and pIle.isr, Th'.-
tine .''rvie' t < ef th. Ctly ,. Line. hais i -r-
tainly v.ei well ,a1tr loniiTd *durir tii h.
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ncioian 1,h wca% declly i ntc're'st e In the
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tere'it in the lbakery lisminw.ea I hbve onall kinds of
remiovedi to \ he... ^ sS mn "
Harroun Building
in the re'-;r iof the )i-ntr Homle, whe,.re I Direct aed Indirect,
will tlettili,,. the ,ni.iifiituii n' f lirei.l. HOT WATER and STEAM
Vies. ('iik,' ainI all kinds Eof B.k-ri''
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TlllInkiitig all ilyt f.,irnter patrons for! lEstimates Che-o-
the.ir tra.eil- il th.le pi-t I h ,l. to merit a Fu ished.

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the several stations. hait thetr arrival or departure at the times stated is not
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tIMsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at
BTWEEN MAMAM, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.


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For copy of Lo sl Tim.' Card address any Agent.
5. D. RAHNZR, Amst. Gen. Pass. Agent, ST.


SoIme Pameou IDeoet.
Literary history Is crowded with in-
stances of torpid and uninteresting
boyhood. Gibbon was pronounced
"dreadfully dull." and the utmost that
was predicted of Hume in his youth
was that "he might possibly become a
steady merchant." Adam Clarke, after-
ward so deeply skilled in oriental lan-
guages and antiquities, was pronounc-
ed by his father to be "a grievous
dance." and of Boileau. who became a
model for Pope. it was said that he was
a youth of little understanding. Dry-
den was "a great numskull." who went
through a course of education at West-
minster, but the "stimulating proper-
ties of Dr. Busby's classical ferrule
were thrown away upon the drone who
was to be known as 'Glorious John.' "
-London Standard.

e1s040 Turmed to Stone.
Human bodies buried in limestoitl
countries are often turned to solid stato
by the limewater which penetrates th.
graves. In other soils there are cle-
ments which sometimes so emubaln the
burled dead as to preserve form and
features unchanged. Many such cases
are on record. Robert Burns' body wa
disinterred in 1815 to be removed to a
new tomb. To the surprise of all hui
friends the features were found to be
as perfect as at burial. When the bod3
of John Hampden, the famous Englist
patriot and leader, was disinterred b3
Lordl Nugent 200 years after burial, the
form and features were as unchanged!
as if the corpse had been recently laic'
In the grave.


0*e Of Daman' Jokes.
Just for a joke Dumas once address-
ed a letter to "the greatest poet in Par-
is." The postomfice sent it to Lamar-
tine, the Idol of sentitaentnl readers.
He hesitated to open it and took It to
Victor Hugo. who protested that hib
brother lard had far too humble an
opinion of himself. After some conver-
Wation they agre-ed to decide by lot
which of the two should open the en-
velope. The lot tell to Victor Hugo.
who. taking ott the letter, read. "My
dear Alfred." It was written to Alfred
( de Mustet.
A Capable Student.
It, one of the l'hi.';ad.-lphia colleges a
profes.tor oft clie:istry asked a student
the ilthiir dl ".t\ow.. spiose you wert
called to a pat:int wV!.h had swallowed
a beavt de t. f tox ;lit acid. what woule
you adinuiniitter'"'
"- would admriiiister tine sacrament,"
replied the stindent. who. by the way
i ankId to be studyiing for the nlinistr3
Sad takes cheniistry l'.t-cause it is ot-
lmtory.-Argon, m m.


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THE PLANET MAI
Seleee Cannot Say wVhetb
Be Men There or %oi
To the popular mind all asti
researcli ought of necessity t
cerned with lie itiiportaliit
whether tliwre are vn, in t
andl it nll11it: snt ill M:Irs 'o


of tlese ;'aitronomv reltnris a decided
megaltive. rTlit"re is no IIIl' on the moonit1
and proI.llely no li'f. eihl,,r vegetablee
or :alilllnal. exi.-tedl t :imy l-.riod of hu-
man history. To the second the an-
swer is: We ':iunot tell. There may be
nieni in Mars and there mnivy not. The
conditions of life they're do not preclude
the existencee oif Itnman belivings. \We
have in .Mtirs rain :ind snow. sunshine
and glihmin. $sun1in'cr aind winter. as ow
our heart I.
I'lerhlitis Ihe cl- sinI: yei ars of 1tIlhe
twentli.'lt cei ntiy %\ ill seev astroiiiofneri
airlto-t willI a teles o pe -4 l Iow'er'fulI
ei illol:h to reveaIl t4 owns ;i i .ilies ill 1
m~nrs. Shluiild ever such :a diseo',ery lie
.iInde I e'ild conceive of IInol e greater
in the \vihole rnl'e of line. none more
upsettiiig or discolverting. To the or-
dinary astronomer ilntrimlllehd Iby stich
holias Uie future lines of iastronomileat
progress is simply a:id clearly detined.
and tlhait progress is simply to answer
the old lines:
Twinkle. twinikli. little Ft.ir.
IIo)w I wondivr what you arte.
This was thlie prolilem before our
friend who wrote oin astrolnomlly a hui-
dred years ago; this will I, the prol-
lein before astronomers a hundred
years henee.-Chliambers' Journal.


Windom Ian City Directortes.
The New York city directory for tht
early years of the nineteenth century
contained all alinanac and other fea-
tures now considered to be extraneous
to directories. The comililationl was
largely done by Abraham Shoemnaker.
Mr. Shoemaker had a habit (of orna-
menting the manarins ,f the ,ages with
quaint old "saws" of this character:
A traveler should have a hog's nose.
a deer's legs and tin ass' back.
A little house well tilled, a little tield
well tilied and a little wife well drilled
are gre:nt riches.
A lpoor man must walk to get meat
for his stouitch. the rich iman to get a
stomnich for his neat.
Tell a miser ihe's rich and a wolintlan
she's old. you'll get no money of the ount
nor kindness from t'otlier.
Love, cough and smoke can't well bt
hid. |
A Warints.
Whatever be your talents, whatever
be your prospects, never speculate
away on a chance of a palace that
which you may need as a provision
tha u_ ra.. .nt-ha-kBuA nlll r


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Sir Boyle Rochbe, a famous Irish char.
acter of a century ago, was proud of
his alliance with an English family of
ancient lineage and was fond of re-
ferring to his titled father-in-law's
kindness In giving him his eldest
daughter, a boast which provoked Cur-
ran's retort, "Aye. Sir Boyle. and. de-
pend on it. if he had had an older one
be would have given her to you."
Whether it was this sarcasm which
provoked Sir Boyle's hostility or that
an enmity had already been created
between Roche and Curran, It is cer-
i tain that the two men weie perpetually
sparring at each other in tihe house of
commons, as the debates of the Irish
parliament testify.
Nor was the witty advocate and or-
ator always successful In these en-
countera. Curran had observed one
night, somewhat magniloquently. that
he needed aid frotn no one and could
be "the guardian of his own honor,"
whereupon Sir Boyle instantly Inter-
Jected his sarcastic congratulations tW
the honorable ienwber on his posses-
sion of a sinecure.


Bables and Monkeys.
A frequent action with babies is to
turn the soles of thle feet sideways, op-
posite to one another, while the legs
remain straight. Just this attitude
would be assumed by a monkey when
climbing a tree or walking on a branch
In order to grasp the stein with its hind
legs.
The inherited effects of thus grasping
tree trunks or linmbs with the hind
hands are often very marked in young
babies. The bow legs. which are a
feature of nlfalncy ;:l ;i ia :;il nicr of
some anxiety to Inotihers. are no more -
than the relics of the tree climbing
stage, and the mother need not be
frightened about this character: any
normally healthy baby will grow out
of it soon enough.
Then, if a young baby be held so that
its feet touch the ground, one may see |
that the feet are not put flat to the sur-
face. Instead. the outer portions of the
feet rest on the ground, while tlhe soles
of the feet are more or less opposed to
one another: they have the bough
grasping attitude. Pearson's Maga-
zine.


O[. Old Engliab Police Tax.
. N.4 The chief authorities of towns in past
aaily D ily ages incurred much responsibility. At
SR ipon we have a good example of their
-4Vp liabilities. llere formerly, after the
41P blowing of a horn at 1t o'clock at night
140 P and until sunrise next morning, If a
d de house were robbed and tnhe owner and
ranteed, his servants had taken lirolIr precau-
ces aristin tions for its safety, the wakenian had
to make goad the loss sustained. Each
Niama. householder paid an :niniaaul tax of two-
pence if lie had one door and fonrpence
If lie had two doors to his dwelling for
maintaining a watch over the city. The
tax has long since been discontinued,
.. .... S0a but the horn is still blown at night.
*u. 6 Lanhed For Ii. 1)inmeovery.
According to 1an1 old do ur'nient dis-
E, FLA. covered sonie thin"e ao in A.\ustralia.
gold wits lirst found l'y a convict tneair
Paramatta In 17ti. Thein iilolrtunaitec
fellow was at once charged with hav-
ing stolen a watch and "boiled it down"
and, being convicted by the rude court
of those early days. was given 150
lashes for his pains. In later years the
record of this incident was closely ex-
amined by an uindoiulptedly competent
"':- authority, whlo \viwas quite convinced of
the genuineness of the convict's story.

A Peculiar Politician.
"lHe's a mighty hard 111:111 to get
along with," said the practical politi-
cian sadly. "Mighty hard."
RS. "He seems thoroughly honest."
"Of course he is. That's what makes
er There him so erratic and unsatisfactory. Ev-
o. cry once in awhile he insists on doing
ronomlcal something simply because lie thinks it
o Ibe con- is right, without waiting to figure out
questions what its effect on his political pros-
lie moion pets is liable to be."- Washington
thie first Star.


Interrupted (Grieving.
A woman In Scotland had lost her
husband. and the tinisnt-er. calling to
condole with her. founil her sitting iin
front of a large bowl of porridge.
"Terrible loss, terrible loss'." sighed
the minister.
"Aye." was thie reply, "it's a terrible
loss to nie. I've just been grectin' a'
Ilichlt. and :m s sifnle Ias I tinish this wee
dr'np porridge 1'in just g:uni to lbegini
again."
The EncronahinK Lake.
One f the of e huiruuisly attractive
characteristics of a child is his large
sense of personal importance. A little
girl %was walking within her father on
the shore of a large lake, where the
waves were gently lapping up on the
bec;hli. Suddenly one ctiue til) higher
than the others and swept over hier
foot. % hien ishe exclaillied. "Oh. papa,
the lake stepped on my tioe:'
Iliu Pos'itlon in I'oliticn.
"lie's going in for politics. Wouldn't
he make a splendid diplomat. thou gh't
"'iWhat? Why, tie's a deafnt mute."
"Exactly. Just think bow easy It
would be for him to be absolutely
dumb when it was expedient."
"Yes. but then he could never talk
without showing his hand."-Philadel-
phia Record.
Office of the I.u.ns.
"What is the office of the lings?" a
teacher asked 'a simnll pupil ini a class
tn physiolo;yv.
"Tliee chest." slhe promptly replied.
"And." said the teacher. telling the
story. "I guess she was sotinewhat near
right, for the Ilinus certainly do busi-
net-s in the chest."- Milwaukee Seuti-

A Matter of Ager.
Grace--This photograptl makes you
look so old.
Gladys-Yets; it is an old picture, you
know.-New York Times.

Reason For the Hit.
"Was Mrs. t;abbot's 'con versazione'
a success ?""
"Decidedly. E\ erybody chatted at a
great rate."
alloww did she ever tuant:ge it'."
"*Oh. she had a nmu.itcal programme.
you know. that lasteld ll thlnuUhi."-'
Philadelphia ulletiin.


SDAYTONA TRANS'rR CO.
PELLUCIER JA Rix, Proprietors.


Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful Drivers
We are well equipped for "Straw Rides." The finest turnouts in the city.
'Bu"es meet.all trains and take lias.oinger to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public School.
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-MANUFACTURERS .OF-


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Lumber, Lath, Shingles,

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


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HALIFAX WAGON WORKS
11. 11. GODWIN, Proprietor


AIL, MOOR"M CO ViMLIZNCS. CI I II

I ..IIII
Ahsso tS." pe rV Dw 40 per We003 9ad *dq. : 'J

Henry rhvtindt. Proprietor#, Dayt-,e
--- ----*OL and

L. V. &1W J FACrTU Rof HIGH GRADE

M=S and Fiber MMafttsss
Dealer in Second Hand Furniture and Stoves.
Your Old Furniture Made as Good s New
Beach St. and Belleview Ave. Daytopa


DAYTONA NOVELTY WORKS, .
E. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor.
McClellan 4 Edwards, Mana.de..

Moulding, Scroll Sawing, Tumiug, Inside
7P' t' _1 'TT7T __ Crolonial Columns. Porch Coluiftwd
Work and WOO Ya Pulleys Made to Order. Phone 70.
4-19 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.


FOUNTAIN CITY PHAR/IACY,
NORTH BEACH STREET
Ha a Select Stock of......
DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES, BRUSHES,
COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.

Perfumery and Fancy Toil.t Articles.


WOW


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


Trowell's press M1 Baggage Line V


It. F. ritowEu,.. Prolirietolr,


Office in the Up-to-Date Barber Shop.


Telephone 93


All Calls Given Prompt Attention.


Piano Moving a Specialty.


FINE WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.


Hi to n l general Blh'ksMnithing
rOTS--Shodng I an Repairing.


Daytona, Fla.


een


Plumbing

d Hot t

eating.


Ericsson

i RId'gewood


N S. DAYTON,


MIBER

Pine and Cypress Finishing
irirg, Ceiling, Novelty
Bevel Siding,
gles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Plaster of Paris.
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F. E. C. Rv. (\V..t ,, I',-tntli.,.)

)NA, FLORIDA.




L MELVIN
m+,rly th*l (Gnuva)


SG. M. EATON,

S. Manager
^CiC-geggggy eeca S My egggg


I


it be reeet na.omdn Theater. L
The Orlinal ~.ne-er.. The first playhouse to be built in Eng- *
The grossest injury which PD,-ken .l st
.. iitls-edlaId wniast thIe liht, tr. It v.as crt ctd *
(ever infttl is t( .t .i tt in t h v :ar 1.7(,;, and its I;ilder wi'a
l I., ., to rtr it : ,r i .Iine. s Iu'i l.iisi. f:atlhwr of ihe. famous
(.4','I t n I ii ; ts Ilir1 T. 1 i1it Y irk- 11. 0 1 .
'lnt Il-'l 'i '. S,- ,r. .Ti i '. atter Richard Iturbage and himself
srv 2'-,'h,.,! iir-Iers \v ,r,,. )s :1 rule. .0 Cofr n
16 r vic i t is a tl ', ia n i r'll iihl \wiik,.d ioilt: it i tru, but 'In :ter seems in l old times to have' becu **********
the I ili,' t i 'rwi ho rli.t'e' % lhi i over i-inslbury ftilds. The Curtain,
recognized and vLho reogiized in- w which, curiously, is named from the re-
self Is th e ''rigit:1I S1ue4r1 1 'i"nI s to gioil or old msanor ou which the play-
h1:% 1,44-lli all x, i ,i i t o 11w ',1li1o.
It 't t t l. i house nwas erected and not from tihe Spencer B. (Gr
1 ink i1 t : tr t. .i f;i liar draloery of the stage, was sit-
t I, t ,.f' I:' l fr t h' lir u ati, Il sothn of Holywell lane. in Mloors-
.... in' I f 1. ." 'r lie:.l modernn (loucester sireeti. :mnd is t
1 ..' I. t, I, :. 1i it li.-t i eni ini iied ill the following e r, yol r.an ita
,' .I ., ;., : i .* l ; 17-77. S:hikesieliare's Itomeo ind Ju
I i .i lii,'e. w.;is ;..:1liiio the niany pliyo first StaLm, anJ,
;.. ..i I. W\;i. 'e.'itd thlire. lThe Theater was moved
. i' ..L 1 ,. r- ih ai\\iay to Llhe Itankmide, and thie olo l ma-
ie nt'ur iiii' i. noit ;- l ti ri al- were 'mpr heloyedi In building the l water A
wit ,lraw his e- fr it I,, t' r:li ( oe. S hakespe.Iire's chief theater, in
of "peni.king during tllI mnerview 17.. rThe i'cutain continued to be used
Phiz .ket.,,,h him in th4. :It: I.tz ;s -i Ipla.yhouse far into the rehin of A
d.ser.-;.ed tit' -,t. Tl1i p.,'r ,L, l pe.unl K -i .|inres. No picture of either of
irtil,.s of W iiliamn Slh:1 ,'W',' ,- t-lit-, e ,ri ginal theaters has been hand-
nlizel il Siin"..r Shi'iv. .;,i.g .n b.tnnt e'l l own,. andl owing to their li.sition 1* Nortl
of p,>i, ..r rili,.ul.. lost I. lupu s.;; m l i'thl,,ut t *d walls nlone of t -he old i ,nap
finally '.!ed of i, l" ,.,. l..,.ri'. Va.et lr-l,.esen,.s thlir precise location.- .lp-
S. ..... .. ........ .. ....... -. pin tt's. ..


1 l -rt i IIIII I iit 1 l : \ T 'VI, 1 I' i o 'op vi "
th;.I Is wai's a really ,,*Iix,. l,.t and| kind
h,'i1'1i,- l I11 :111. i W how I a'vis lll;il 'e tl Sl.IlI l,
ft tl' mii lt'leds of his neighbors.-
I.iltra ry Era.

Ants and MaKnetilm.
T'lat 1un1s do i,)tor tlih ir sick bly hvp-
nli l'- ;ii l n! i hri h **I' in is proi vrvt l l' v I0 ,
r, allill. A ll ;irI1 S ti l lH Ii 1- W



till t:I I i I i : i I l 'l n l I 11 I
lh 1 fol' \\V,.l', t-,111 .r .n:.eiIIl l 'ieir lhii 'hl
w erel k 'i:lIk Ili t l. .: slled ini\. li\'- Ii
fact. ''li"ey werA 4 'O: o ,1i1ipaf tied l.1

and all oilIe tihear w;ay toward a .i1
*.nt mou01d.
< -t foll, wa ilnn thi .;r oim v\eln slll't tt | '"-!
a liass tie ol -\ r saw on ilthis l t-ii nl
a ei;g ai cd stlur y ;i n'. inlh i 'h Il. -. I n'
Lim iolis illn the .e1.Tio# of :! 1 1l'.:1ii '
inlt iln alids. The l 1tl ,r v.'eii t i i
n oiui nd. oie 1I .,Ie. xI1d s.'t.I i .11 i ,
the.se..!\es toI tl* a;ii n'It. T ill' ,',, -'
ed in the physi h. :nt paiit n.;i l ,- ,' I :
ers over ithe l.ac d .iand dy o f tL'. i .1
tient in a manner di.stnety 1 I.1-1 '.
of the hypinotizin g of nt.-rves and :I.:-
cles practiced lby huln ilM i dotf' -. 1.,
cry one went through thn treat'i.';:
thin the patlewls went baclkL. :ii1 .I
do.itor marched ,ffin the ol1o"'.-. .',


Poor Old Lady Beacossleld.
There is nothing in his life. says Lord N O R M A
lonaldl. that redounds more to Lord
l-tea onsiield's credit than the manner
in wihlic he treated his wife. She
could never have been but a somewhat
conniinplait e though good hearted wo-
Iman:I1. As she grew old she lteame a
wreck of humanity, but the poor, fad- Fully Kiln Dried I
ed. p:i6inted oild lady was ever treated
1)y hlr hIn landl with a deference and Lumber. Flo0
rei:arlI truly tonhing. It was painful and
to se' hlii. in wl hat we are pleased to
call tie highest society. ,"r old Lady Mouldings Shin|
vIte..:',stield was made a butt and a
laui.h!ing stock. Knowing how sensi- and Cement
tive l.olrd Heaconsfield was to anything
approaching ridicule, I felt how bitter-
ly iw must have suffered when in a Magnolia Ave. atUl
crowd e hall or dr wing room his hots a
wu'ildI what they called "draw out old DAYTC
l.:,lv l .." 1,rii,.iel" and laugh at herI
to ih.r t'.'-. sh'wint i no reticence, re- m
:rdl .,r !' rene't feeling for the poor hus- -...
I,,l. W.. i~niiperturlialble as he ever H O TI
n II "':4 m. wias probably suffering acute- E
at t!ie- conduct of his ill bred hosts. (
(I'ory
Dickems' t aforttuate Love. I
Concerning Charles Dickens, it is weli Centrall Located.
l;nowu that though he married Cather- l *
ine. one of George Hugarth's three a
daughters, in 1~34. he was later devot.
hi did not maiTy Mary in the first t l *
i .* i ... V i ..r. t itir L- n wr*n nlaf It


C. E JOHNSON'S DAIRY
North Av.n m

T7^k. L. Milk, per quart ....... S -t. Ni--- Intto-r, i'r pI. ....
S-I-hCreaLm, per quart,..o I 50sl Butt.r .Milk. l*r qusi

Prompt Delivery to Any l'Part of the City at A.ny Tim-.


Ilond Lninlwr Yard.


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A A Yh uJe t, b Ot 3o I -a.
I glaiMt% (to new policen*-n-Did
m oe. no suspico* character
a n-t than -Ihb ehood?
UW M tegi n-S ure, yer honor, I
a- a nt in mn, amn' I asked him
at e was on' there at that time
S al 8 he, -I have no business
m Jmt now, but I expect to open a
j$01wr sthore In the vicinity later
oE." At that I as, "I wish you sue

Magltrate (disgsted)-Yes, and be
did open a Jewelry store in the vicin-
ity later on and stole seventeen
watches.
New Policeman (after a pause)-Be-
gorra, yer honor, the man may have
been a thafe. but he was no llar.-Lon-
=on Answers.

iemaDltl Aid.
Jilnks-4ee here old boy! You ought
to do something to reduce your flesh.
SToo are becoming fearfully stout.
Minks-Say. Jinks, you are about the
feretb friend who has made that of-
omoive remark today, and I'm gettlog
tired of It. It worries me.
Jinks-T-at's all right. Worry re-
ducea fleas.-New York Weekly.
A Streuesou Life.
1I suppose a public man has to reed
a great deal." said the thoughtful man.
"Yes," answered Senator Sorghum;
"the demand for anecdotes Is so great
S nw that a man has to keep digging in
the library all the time in order to keep
up the supply of stories about himself."
-Washington Star.
Him sBd Reeorid.
"There goes a man with a mighty
bad record."
*"You don't any! He doesn't look
erlmlnaL"
"Who said criminal? He's a bicycle
racer who has never done better than a
mile in 2:47."-Baltimore News.

Speakers Aheaid.
Auntie (anxlously)-Do you think you
have had the proper training for a poor
man's wife?
Sweet Girl-Yes, Indeed. Papa hasn't
given me any spending money worth
mentionlng for years. 1 always get
things charged.-Exchange.
"A neighbor ran in with a Ihottle of
Chamberlain's ('Coli. Cholera and Diar-
rboea Remedy when nmy wn wa. suiffer-
ing with severn- cranil and was giveii
up as beyond hop' by mny regilair lphsi-
cian. who stands high in his lirofession..I
After administerfng thtw i(edow.s of it hmy
son Mgained(conoliousness and I 'iovertd
entirely within t iitv-foiir lu|iin-.'" sa'.
Mrs. Mary Haller, of Mt. t'ravwfirl. \ t'.
This remedy is for sale bly all druggists.

There is a great deal o(f glild-lbrick
game in the canimaign endl of lolities.

Beaty and S tnrti
Are desirable. You arp strong aindvigi -
roes, when your blood is pure. Many-
may, most-women fail to prolerly di-
gest their food. and so lteone lpale., s.il-
low, thin and weak. whihil thelih rightnkess.
freshness and beauty of thi. skiii and
complexion depart. Remiledy this un-
phasant evil. tiy eating noirisliingt fot d
and takin a small do-se of llerhin, after
each meal to digest what you have
eaten. 50-. at J. M..lones.


Fool friends ruiin niort' iin-tin than swtllii
e-. emiee do.

Walk Wltboet Crtches.
"I wa i much alitt ed with s-iatica."
write Ed. C. Nud. lowaville. Sedptwi'k
Co., Kan., goingg abroad on crtriches
and suffering a deal of pain. I was in-1
dneed to try ILallard's Snow Liniment.
which relieved me. I used three >47*e.
boltbs. It is the greatest linitment I
ever aned; have re-ommenmded it to a
a-ber of persons. all express thein-
alluesasbeing benefitted by it. I now
- walk without crutches. abIle to perform i
a great deal of light hi bor on thme farm."
2Sc., 50c. and $.l1K) at .I. 1M. Jones.


Seal contentment is not found in
standing but in moving filrtlher on.,

etter Ubm Pub.
The question has le'en asked. "In what
way are Chamberlain's Stomach aindt
Liver Tablets superior to pills"'" iur
answer is: They arei easier aind imoire4
pleasmanttotake. more mild and gentle
in effect, and moreirelialle. as they ivivn
always be depended ullni. Then tlh.y
cleanse and invigoruat. tIs' stonusah and
leave the bowels in a natural -oinlitioni.
S while pills are nilor harsh in eff-c't. and i
their use is often follo-tl lio v -y un-tiipi-
tion. For sale by all drugirists

All there is in h eing a skilled finuan-i,-r
is knowing how" to let othlt-.ers make lt
money for you.


OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO.
"Savannah Line."
FAST FREIGHT AND L RIOUS PASSENGER ROUTE TO

New York. Boston and the East


Nine-

Tenths

of

all the

People

Suffer

from a

Diseased

+ Liver.


HERBINE


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

REGULATESthever, Stomachaid Bowels,
Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood.

URES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation,
Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.

Every Bottle iarateedi to ive Satiftac'on.
aJ.'L:ilm3 yMo3rlmi, m. jAM.%ira xe l.
Pric GO CroisH.

Prepared by J.AM.S F. RALLARD, St Louis., Mo,


Sold by Dr. J.M. Jou4


BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Palatial Express Steamships.
Sailings from Savannah
Four Ships Every Week
To Ne.w York. making '.lose (oiet ioins with Ne w York-Boiston shli i as ir So ,iu
Lines. All ticket ap-ntt ain supptlieI! with nionthly sailing .sl.hduilt-s. Write for
general inMformation. .ailing st.heqliule-A, stateroomn riisrvations. oi .ill ion
W\ LTIER HA\WKINS. (*nieral Agiint. -224 W.-t lItay St.. .laekstonville.. Hla.
I'. I :1'El laIiaArt.. E. 1T. HA i' N l*. A r A.
New l'ier':15 Northli iver, New York, N. Y. :,-1 5-i2
.1. WI. LKINSON. Agent,. Iaytouna. 1Fla.


She Was Deaf.
At a niarrl:i-he seri ie, perfoitmd a
few days ago in i little couiiry ,churchI
In England, whXen tlie niiiinthe ir said inl
a solemn tone, "Wilt tho l:'thave this
man to be thy wedded uslilnd:" ini-
stead of the woman anisweringt for her-
self a gruff maun's voie &answered:
"ti will."


The minister looked up, eory nii .h
perplexed, and lausisi-dl. lhI r-tl.ited-
the sentence, and again the same gru'it
voice answered:
"Oi will."
Again the minister looked upll, sur-
prised, not knowing wh it to i;il-Ie -of
It, whei n one of tlhe groounismtuci ;i tl i
end of the row said:
"'Er be deaf. (ii he aii-w rin'i-' ft'i
'er."-Pearson's weeklyy.

Odd (lub Names.
There are a niumbelr of societies in
the world that beoar strange' linlies,,
but probably onei of the limost curious
was i clull ftouni d t in I73:.- ly ian I:nL.-
lish actor. It wais called t' ; t Suliliciim
fS ,;t. t- r ,i a ... o,. .. .,, .. f d .........


Ilk-itite CQwu-.,resr ei i ly o .1111 11 i ;1111i111o1n
ierb re CoSr its ineulters llie I'inie o' Wialt.s an.lt
Pover and Ague. .A do,-e will uisullYv other royal ,'-.lili'.. "h it t i
stop aehill.a c(ontinu-anc always cure'.s. t
Mr Win. M.Stroliid.l Midl]thiali. Texas. thle pll:nting roon of the 'ovent (;;ir-
May 31, 18911. writes. We lihave uis.l den theater and diined tupoln ibeefsti.ks.
Herbine in our f;iamily for tiihlit years. Thle club was in existence for liii,
and found it the loest mii,.iir-inue te, liie lO than a hundred yetar-s a;nl l Ieen.i
ever uwed. for hla griplj'. lilies f,-ver ai. I quite noted Ic'aiim'' of its odd l cus-
nmalaria.'" : -.. at .1. M. .I ones. tons. Another stranuiige iinnit- wAi that
-of the Scribleruis riilo. v\hlh -Swift
- The man whio works for tlio fiitur.- fouindte in 1714 iil i 1 whiih li 'o,l,
welfare of his country instead of lI.t:is- (iay and other literuiry imnii Ietloiiingd.
ing of its past is a trlitue patriot.Ashe Would Hase Been.
A gentleh'niui in h'aris i,:iitl I i"it to
Seve The Lobed Ones. a lahidy. in wllos plairlor lie s-a!v I pt-r-
Mrs. Mary .1. Viliet. Ntewivcaile-. tmli trait of a lovely wonliini of, s ;iy. five
writes: "1 believe- lallh1ard'- Hiioremhu-liind niid twenty. llponi lte ,iltrni'a1i,.-e ,f tlim
Syrup i sulmperior to liv other imul i dy her visit,,r ii.itu-ally il-,d lir if
medicine and will ii aill tiliu i- rilii 'l the' l i. ture was. :i fa Ca il" itr til ait i
for it. and it is so ple;,... it t t;lke.l0
My little girl wanitsi- lt, keit wlii .ti.st w t ld 1h:t it i senld he, e-
has no need for it." Ihillir '- H ,re,- c('iase iL:iu ht'r. '.ls it lii hsuilt-i- ytu
hound Syrup i thie 'grat tcuir' for all lost her':" asked thelie t.-lianii. ".Alis,
plmonary ailment. 2.'m.. .., miilI sir," replied the lady. "she died juit
1.00tJ. M.Jones. after her Lbirth. ai1't1l 1I lii:l :i iOr-trait


in pla of groainig- ovr theliweakness
of the world you had tbtther Ie t imndinz1
your own.

A Valuable Medlcine.
"I have not the slightest hesitancy iun
recommending Cbhanierlain's 'o igh
Remedy to all who an- stifferingi froni
coughs or colds." says iChas 1. I'rainer.
Esq.. a well known watch maker., o
Colombo. Ceylon. "It has beeun soine
two years since the City lispensary first
tailed my attention to this valuable
medicine and I have repeatedly used it


painted to represent her us slihe would
have appeared if she had lived until


Japaneac L'hemanthemnirnim.
The .ipaliatise cite 24;'t color \arieties
of the clhrysanthlieniumii. of whicih i t: i
are yellow. ts7 white. pu2 prpleh., '>o redt,l
31 paile pink, 12 russet iid lI o(If mix 'I
colors. A fiuany rr\vaills in the 'coliun-
try that in this flower the same lint is
never exactly reproduced ai:idl that in
this it resembles the endless variety of
the human counteinance.
Look For the Key.
Pon't get aiuiry :it small tlitiis. Look
it \ e.mia n iou IIOw 1 as youl \\ ill viuw
them liirly days from dlte. to 'lie i. agry
nlllllu who gets the \\rongii key and push-
's :id riltits the door till Iw. l're.iks
lhIt lock loses iore timlie l:i i ift lit h d
<;uiietl'y oie fr tthe right kely a'.d pays u
for a new lo-k besides.
Genlle.
WVaiter-llow ttoutl you like to have
your steak, sir?
Frank Customer (who tns been wait.- i
ing tiventy minutes)-Very uch.iili. n-
del. thank you11. if it isn't touo iluc
I rou' ile '.- I'almahiige.

Liberal Indeed.
Business Maln--Your f'tliher cga\e you
a very liler:.il dnlucaitain). oil s:iy.
C'olle.re (;riadlaite-Stiret' Th'le gov.-
erinor did cough up like a gentlewana
whenever I role him for aI check.-
I'hiil adelphi:i a 'riess.


GIanier lee.
S Glacier' ice is Iin litke lthe si ,liti lilih
ilte on tlie llsuIrfaie otf rih. w.latier. but
co nsisti s of4 t g -:tlli iles jiiil .I 1i.;.ili v
fill inlricate' ite wlil\ ol'l il" < -iihill-itry w ai-
ter lilhed li iires. Itn evxio,-edl s,-liL s
lliml |llitii lhte Slir'l'.i*t oi' lh hi i Cn i
lie ot1l,- i- 1 -l "\x lliiql" 4or "I;i lilt l 4|"
strluctr-llr ins of ;a elai*nser l,|ih c. color(
illt- triin;i it:L: itlh th%- ,i f : l' -hlter

Ieen tlhe l ilt i, I ,if liill;.hi 1h,.-ri izing
ii tnoi .i_ ii i or, I ut h .,i ,, ti 1


.tiuii-,t .a11 iiiltu'wit 'itts 1-f it I!:: I I hit'


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PLANT SYSTEII


The ;i;mat Throinih Car Line from n Flrida-('. innections:
E Qst The Atlahntic('iast Line, via C'harleston, Richnioid
TO TIHE and Wlashinton.ill.
J2CcA t* TIhe Southern luilway, via S:avannah, Colunibia and
Washington.
w T i Southern t) y. via Jissup. At lnntai nnd Cliatta'go
To TIHE TIheLouisville & Nalshville viii Moitgoimery..
Se The Southern iy. via Sivmiiinal, Colunilia, Ashville
Thele Mobile & Ohio It. 11. viia Mintgomiery.
Sia SavamaIli ath ':iii St.-aimship company for!
"T o() "I I'I Now- Yori'k, I'liiladlt.llii;i aniilid oston.
a s V'ii Savannah nli l Merchants a iml .inern Transpor
t ailit n ill ro i ,,it., fi. I tl iil r..


.....JIM...... I n|,111; % i ,,n i lli n111 1111 .
Via Norfolk amid stt'amers 'for New York, Baltimore
iand Washiiinrtoin.
To Ke'vy WIest ad.1l llav\an:i.''via; I'ln'iisilihr :iinl 4 i):-iI-nit;il Stii.ship Company.
Toi Niova st n tl i:a. 'Cali ISr,.toln and I'riince Edwaids Ila-iml vi I lbston and Canadla.
Atlailtic :nill 'Plant Sti.aishliilp Iil folr t Halifax. Hawvkeslimry and Charlottestown.
Winter Tourist Tickets
will Ie. (tlm sall.tIIi tlroitglit tihe Notrthern. Eastern. WVest.rn and Souithern States to,
all Floridhi resol'rts. via thi. l'liant S.ystrn .lirii ih -.-asolln l!9ll, 1)902, limited to
retiiuri uitil NMiy 21st, with tIhe lil'.ral stop-iov'r priviletges in Florida.
Addli'sse's of parties in the Nt. lIi s'iit th. lit iitlersigniitd will Ie lilm.rally silp-
plied with all iiiformationi aiind hmii ll tiiml'.ivrti-ing nil matter.
For iifrtl'iiat ion as to rat'-s. sl.-I.|ini i ir rs'rva;tions. .4tc.. all onil. or write t
I'. .101.1.Y. Divi.isio ln I asseit gr Ai-iit 1:' W.Vsti |l{iv St.. .liaksonville, Florida.
W. II. DlNII.NI.. ,iii-iral .':;t.riiitiil.it. I. \W. W I ENN. Pass.Tratlil Man..
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Through tickets to New York, Philadelph
New Haven, New London, 8tozmi0-
Providence, Fall River, Boston and

ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three stSlmr
trains every rhitrsdlay. leaving' Jacksonville am follows:
Vi the Sea Ilands................. 10:10 a.m. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via I'hlaint Svsteli ...:....................... 3: 15"p. m.
Via .S-aboari Air Liii................. 7:40 p. ni. (Fast Mail.)
Passengers leave Daytona .:29 am and
:I:22 pin. making close connections.
For illustrated matter, diagranims, reservations, tickets, etc., addat
W A 220 West Bay Street,
Waiy Jacksonville, Florida.


1 i;,eo. II. Clark, Local Agent, Daytona, Fl.



NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS I

Atlant Rail

Western & Atlantic Railroad.


runte of the


"Chicaro and Florida Limited" train

and- "Dixi. Flyer' sleeping cars
The' "'hitaigo aind Floridla liLitem is the quickest train from St. Auguiha
and .hiksionville to ('Clittanooga;i. Na. hliville, Louisville and Chicago with PulI-IrO
finest Olb-htrvat ion11 airl Drawiinroosim sleepers, dining ears, etc., through witho
hiaih -et'. The fitniois l-DixieF Ilyr" all the year round sleeper via Atlanta ="-
Martin to St. .Louis ithitut ihagn..
Ftor infrntioii tnti r'ltive t i.i.ts. s'chilule. t-., or for sleeper reservations, write

C. E. II\AM.\N. I;-ii. PIass Aient, FE. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass. A
At lniii I Jaeksonville, Fla,
II. 1. SM11ITil. Traffli. Manager. Nashville, Tenn.


Tri-Weekly Sailings
BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
Calling" at Charleston. S. (.. both ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.


The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Direct Service Iet weei %
JACKSONVILLE. BOSToN AND PR.OVIDINCZ.
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
I:laling at 'iCharleston Both Ways.
SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS.


Southbound
Northbound


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from foot Catherine street, Jacksonville


CLYDI)E'S S'. JOHN'S RIVER LINE.
(1)elhary l.in.e)
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
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tm n ICity of Jacksonville
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Leaves Jacksonville 3:30 p. m..Sndays, Tuesdays and Thursdas
>, Leaves Sanford' 9:30 a m Mondays. Wednesday and Fridays
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General Passenger and Ticket office,

204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.

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STime lHom, of time Kinderau rten. 1 St ait St .,. V, ,rk. 2ill \V.st livy St .l4,.ks,,ville,Fla
How a RHi doo U e' Clocks. Thl .l:ip;iait-s.' haive li n i m,,t lrTlctl T il >S t II. \I Y. l.>a.;il I rl;. t.\,". I I'. I )Vt I.I.. Aumt. FIli. SIIpt .
The Iliudo i pla-c.s a 'l,,'k i his kiinlr-:rirten svst erni inl the woril. It' *I '1'-uot Iao-nn St-' ag, L Ii .. .,. FiS ISt,...)ikioville.
showrooms not lbev'ai.se he ever desires fiut li. yv originated tllis n iti.ilitdl ,f in L and C. a.I I L \VI>S. Sniii.int..,Inl.n.
to know what the hour is. lout Ieta.usetc stru.-tii' Iy eilitt.rtaiiintitit iim-sltil o THfEO. (i. EL--dc, QW7 1 P. CLYVDE & CO..
a clock is a foreign curiosity. liistead, Iy pili.slin.'nt. Their pll:ly apparatui- T t.I-a E-R, Wi: i P' CLDEn & C. iit
therefore. of olitemnt i lhimisef .ith f..r su L ph l pos..s is I:hl.a o :i,.o ut iall I' I,:i,,,i I'.,,, I i .l .' t I .,,i,- ,, ,l, t ,, H I .h-,,,l i'h, il'ili :i9iIn, l 1 Stat.e St.. 4itjopp-it. itt rv iit- k, N ork.
one good clock hoe vill pe.uriaps hav :1 of it is adalite.d to tle inif;iit miniid. ; I, :. .I,,-, i i !. ,,I;i 1 t to i. ...
dozen in ,ie rt m.iin. 'Thely aiv r signs tof I liil it is desigrid it o0es tto a.ms -----
his wealth, but they do ilot ladd to his and to infortiu. The little ones of Jaltaii
comfort. for he is so inditfltrent to time even Ibecome somit-what interested i imie pFlyer R .oute
that he measures it lby te i- numiler of mathematics l seeing and feeling 1 "IA A-V- -, C--AM-
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Philadelphia eoston Atlanta
Ashleville Chattanooga Louisville
Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas Citr
Detroit Cleveland Pittsburg
Chicago, etc.






SJUTHLRN RAILWAY

ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

The Southern's Palm Limited
The Washington, Richmond and
Florida Limited
The New York and Florida express
TO THE EAST.

The Chicago and Florida Special
The Florida Limited
W THE NORTH MAND WST.

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 Southern Railway. Correspondence Sollcited.

H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pass. Agt 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
S. H. HARDVICK, W. H. TAYLOE,
General Passenger Agent, Am't Genl Pass. Agent,
Washington. J. C. Atlanta, Ga.
Jamuarr 15. 1902.


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