We owe. it to our homes, we owe it
srwet. It is moe eay tokeep so if
e ~eacive oreconomieal on a warm
1tU STITE FAR
t r OsGa tte-NAws:
SI winh to announce through your
wIrtlat the preliminary work of ar-
aggwinglor the next state fair is pro-
@=@dog most uatiactorily.
Staism lipts will be ready for distri-
.be "in a iew days, and will be gladly
Ilbsarded to any citizen of Florida
i ummsted. There in every reason for
ie- bwng that the fair this year will be
-- am&a more marked succesw than was
SIalMt. Several counties have already
yi 'Ifea action relative to county exhibits.
JIM sasw preminma wi be olersed, and
anwral old ones will be materially in-
The rat prierforgeneral county
t will be $350, and 2nd and 3rd
_."Bof$100O and $50 resptctively, in
to several county prisa of$ lO4
are offered for exhibits of smc. ial
Ye Toar county should be represented by
a a orialexhibit of its resounres. Those
b ounties succea ful in last year's conape-
-tiion have every reason for being more
ansatisfied with their experience. I
m asatisfied that the county comimis-
of each county are perfectly will-
e i comply with the desires of the
Iag itOtative citizens of their counties,
S -- I el confident that you can be de.
paiedd on fir exerting most effective
60 1misme in shaping sentiment toward
I winh particularly, on behalf of the
7 Slate Fair association, toexpres to you
Sr indebtedass and gratitude to the
q papers of the state, to whose unn-
0. lmdh and able asbistatie the suansxs of
o last fair was very largely due. We
Swe nfevery confdence iumthecontinuation
ld your most valuable assistance and
emepwaation, without which we feel that
ay enterprise of this nature would
,j y fail, but with which we are on-
S katfeuOeas. IU. E. S&TricnmMusiC,
lake City, Fla. Nec'y.
S A WEL AGED HOTEL
The Clarendon Inn, Seabreese, is fast
-finag up with guests, and Colonel C. C.
Poat. the genial manager. is going
aroaad with a merry twinkle in his eye
and a pleasant word for everybody.
SCar C. inappe is the same iovial chief
S mcrk as of yore. ard he is ably aOted
by the popular Harry F. Barrows both
whom have the happy knack of mak-
ing i pleasant for strangers wiho arrive
at their hotel. Bathing is in "full
swing" at ieaebreexe, and dance at the
'oPa s, which is managed by R. E.
4. eare almost a nightly occurrance.
O saturday night last, a large number
Sof people attended tie dance
S a the Pavilion, when tle new
ofteabtra gave forth some sweet mnusim.
S Oam nday evening thison-hestra gave a
beesac-red concert in the Pavilion, to ai
large and very enthusiastic audience.
he mueaic was excellent, and thie on-hes-
tra, which is comioed of W. C. Ct ileman.
viola; James A. Abra ms. cornet; .1. K.
Abirams, clarionet; and Mrs. II. A.
SVetch, pianoforte. \\as very favorablly
commented ulpon by t0ho*e wiho knL[ow4
what good imuSic i.-Eastl Coast
For inforlatiotn n-garldinlg I-aI rthes-
to California and stc'!rill points West,
.addre J. M. Fleming. Florida Passe'i
K ger Agent, b. k N. It. It.. .lacksonilv.
to the community, to keep
we beed o. Nothing morp
day than Ice Crea or Ice
OM SPECIAL EDITION.
The publisher of the Daytona Gasette-
News has planned to issue a special
edition of this paper soinetime in Dec-
ember. The edition will be issued in
magazine fonn and will contain about
sixty paigs. It is confidently expected
that it willequal in typographical beauty
anything ever imuied in Florida. Five
thousand copies will he printed, and
they will he distributed to a'I parts of
It will contain an interesting article
on the early history and settlement of
Daytona by that veteran and able
writer, F. A. Mann. Chan. F. BIurgman,
who in noted for his interesting writings,
will contribute an article on Daytona
and Heabreese as they are today. Be-
sides there will bie interesting aniedotes
and reininiftceme by old time citizens of
this vicinity. Ormuond and Port Orange
will not be neglected in this edition, but
each will have a couple of Imag4 devoted
to itm interest.
As we have already stated the laper
will be imnued in the early part of lkecem-
ler, and will ib a complklete .tltex of the
industrial andm businese interetts of Day.
tona, Seabr eze, Port Orange and Or-
mnond. No pains nor expense will lie
spared to make the issue one of the
handsomest of its kind.
In the counre of almout three weeks the
busineMs and professioual men will I.'
called upon for piatronage to the entet/'
primw. It is to be hoped that they wIl
all do their Aisare as the edition will s;
one of the greatest advertimenieutm 'er
gotten out iln the interests of this vicin-
Mrs. Itallouirh is recovering from her
The Ballough lBros. have returned from
their Washingtlon trip.
J. R. Cole took advantage of tlis ex-
curslon to visit Miaii.
Mr. tohoinson tand wifie have taken'
roomsis in tiw Feastcr hoatle.
Mrs. Shartle is spending some time onl
the leach. thle guest of iMrs. Itlivell.
Mrs. Davis has just movednt tao King.
st on, where slie will snake' her hnlime.
Jo.e English drove to irmoinld Tuesday.v
Wonder why ? Miss I-laA I'arke.r re-
turned, that's all.
Lte Kingston is Imack from Texas. andat
has just hlas a well put d4%own1 on his
farm. Now that's business.
Mrs. N'enan. of Titusvill.a, aud her
little daughter, who have just returned
from kDenver. Col.. are now visiting 'Mrs-
J. R. Cole.
John It. White, who has bee.t ilin busi-
ne.s ill Kingston. has sold to Mr. l.ind-
say. and left Monday for Miami where
lie expects to reside.
.1. H. (;winner and son are painting
the residence of J. R. Cole. Kingstonl
lo oes Mr. (i; .inner as a resident; lie ve-
mloved t o Daytona this we'k.
Mrs. W. A. Myres gave a party to hler
Sunday school c-l(I.s on Wetdneslday o
last week. The affair was closed within
ice creant and cake. All had a got l
j1 It. rI.u 15a
visitor t4o Miami
I ----------********4** -
We Strongly Maintain that Prices do
not prove the power of a Store as
much as Quality. If you shut your "
Stouality you can buy goods
f any Price-But not HERE.
sooner have the reputation of %
charging you just a little more, for we
&asre your continued patronage and
w d not hazard your good will by re-
1 udin de standard of our merchandise,
You'll always Sad our praw
the lowest iness e.
OF LOCA IITEIEST TO AL
WrTry Mills' smooth ice cream
Wm. Hayes, a colored man of Ormond.
died last Sunday.
D. D. Rogers in down in South Florida
Dr. J. A. Van Valsah was quite se-
rionely Ill last week.
Captain H. F. Douglaw went to
The city delinquent tax list appears in
thins tue of the Gasette-New. *
Dr. Edith Brush was a visitor to Pa-
latka Tuesday and Wednesday.
Shell has been spread for a bicycle
path thin side of Bunnell's mill.
Bright picture upon bright walls, and
bright faces make bright homes.
Mrs. E. B. Moore leave Tueeday for a
visit to Baltinmore and New York.
OL.Try some of those delicious f"rh
fruit pies at their Giramling Bakery.
Mrs. W. A. Ben Der is entertaining
her brother, Dwight King, of Dania.
Mr. and Mrs. Jo.eph bornee went to
Palatka Tuesday, returning Wednesday.
Winfred Shioeamaker is learning tlhe
printing trade at thie iazette-News of-
blMin iertrude Lamnldin, of e'abreeze,
departed Tuesday for Williford, this
lar"The pIla' to get tlw -'i5 cent cormt
is at llendricks. lie has then in net and
Judge Jones recently granted a di-
vonrce to Mrs. Florence Mahorney, (of
Bicycle sidedath tags may le pr xuiredl
at the tiazette-News office or at Austin's
Louis .I. Itruimliy, of the 4h ala IDaily
tanner, lighted our manctunIt bhy au visit
IOwing to ill health W .1 llarding hats
been obliged to reign his lpositn li as
fon-man iofi the .lournal.
SIai (orugold, tailor, w ill clean and
lresm your clothes au
laos w4oirk ut ;I hloe store
Mrs. Witt. Atwood. Mrs. W Pie-.k
and Mr. and Mrs. F. T. P'eck maile.d from
Jac.kmanville for New York \eavitBl;aV oni
tihl Clyde Linil
arW(vet your pastry ut til, (4r.miiling
lBakery. "'is much easier thIl.n lI;bkini
youllr own pastry this ;IIrm n %a:.tlhir.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hlendricks accomnpa-
nied by their daughter. ind Mrs. M. 'C-
Wells, arrived front Itesse awr, Alabama
w.th'licious lhone made candyy at tlie
(iran liiin lakery. Letter try sone' Iof it.
Messrs. Go.). tPollard. G. II. Mattliews.
R. R. Poste'n. .I. 1. Fuquay. .1. C. Kellher
and 'I'hos. Sims took uadvaintitag of tl I
excursion to Miami this week.
e 4- (goodl assortment of t.dable nsatpkins
nnd huck towels at lHendricks'.
C. W. .ohnson. who lals been working
at the station at South Jacksonvilli fcor
the past few months., nrturned Hunlll4 ay
and is again assisting Age'nt Jihib.
lAl.Moore Btris. arn offering nonlme very
hiot weather bargains. Se, their new
ad. this week.
'The special edition of the Gavztte-
News. to Iwe issued in Ii-eviiiewr. will cn-
tain the liiographies and likenowsss of
the leading business atnd profession al
men of this vicinity.
owDon't forget to attend Moor.re
Bros.' clolwnl sale; lasts to wtr i'-'ks conily.
G(eorge W. Mackenzie has moved his.
stowk to the building at the approach (of
the central bridge. This fall Mrs. E. It.
Mo roe will occupy thie building vacated'
tby Mr. Mackenzie with her millinery
Bi'"Fresh hi lrail every morning itt th.l
4irajuilintl Itake'r.. It's t14d. too..
Miss Clara Slough was taken t(o ,De
Land last week by Sheriff Turner. Si,.t
was adjudge!t insane 1,"v a commission
aptolinted by Judge Mc('rory and taken
to tihe asylum at ChattZlahoochee', whIire-
it is hole slihe will slpeedily re over.
16-A good time to ib y your school,
shoes at Moore Brois.; all iew" glods.
I Mr. and iMrs. Edw. Fit7.grald and Mrs.
VanLlewat<,r departed this morning for
a few weeks' visit illn Wism'nin ilind
Milines0ta. Iu rini the absence of the'
editor the tGaz'tte-News will be in charge
of Messrs. J. h. Hawk aiml .1. M. osloirn-
I% tt tbo [lelaHdricks, for the 'best -25
cent laces tried ho ie.
SCol('4,1.. IHuston has s,,Il out his drug
business to Mrs...rs. .M. lHendrix and E W.
Mays. of Plant City, and tih,- ntew ai ill
takes ios).-ss'.io thl"Loy. Mr. Hl.'lnrix is
a llhariatiist o(f a gr eat d,.al o(f exp*'-
rieike and a very en'terplrising gentle-
iansu. Htis plartluer. MIr. MIa. vs is at jew-
eler, and the firm will put in a stock of
jewelry in a few lmolithls. The biusinle's
%will still I.' comtitued as t le Palmetto
Drug Store,. an s faor which will allpear
in the aztettc-New' s shortly.
'e&* the new lia of *eek wei at
HMIn t & 8O'W.
Fred N. Conrad drove over from De-
F. L. Corwin was shaking h a with
fr"nds in Daytona Tumedap.
D F. Morrison returned Tniday from
a visit to his farm at Barbervfle.
Mrs. George, of St. Auguatine, is visit-
"ing with her brother, K L hear.,
Major C. M. Bingham went down to
Fort Pierce Tuesday, rtming Thur-
The Sunday sehool of thp Christian
chunrh held a picnic on the beach ThIwu.
Mr. Maas has the contract for paint-
ing the Old Colonial for L. M9 Murray
andml is at work on the job.
tisr there anything you want pho-
tographed ? Telephone, telgraph, write
or call on E. (G. Harris, 'phone 91, Peck
With mix incmls of rainfall Pinze Mon-
day, a week, we feel quite in the swinm
agail and have decided the drouth im
Mrs. (irant Illy and two daughters, of
DIeLanid, are visiting on the beach,having
spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. W.
I.. I. White and tfanly have rented one
of the Brush cottages on the beach and
havs moved over expecting to spend sev-
eral weeks there.
A. K. Brokaw was called to DleLand
last Naturday >by the illness of his yonng
son. Wlhea he arrived the boy was .on-
siderully better. Mr. Brokaw returned
J. EK iush'm father left for a short visit
to Palm Ileach Sunday. He expects to re-
turn to Daytona and prolong his visit to
his son loefore returning to his hoinme onn
the west e .ist.
Mrs. W. F. Stewart and Mrs. Patter-
son who has been with Mrs. Stewart for
a number of years left Tuevday for Pitts-
burg. 'Va.. to visit Mrs. P'attermon's
f rienlds. From thert tiey will go to Cthi-
'ago t pay a visit to ehildreni aed
fri,.-,l ,if Mrs. Stewart.
tl i hlil and Silver shirts.
SMITH & SON.
Mi.s-.s .Arle-n and Daisy Brady from
Tij1u1 ill,. i,.iests of the (larendon lunll
spent ie. day in Daytona with Mrs.
Will .lilbls. who is living at that delight-
ful lhostelry. Selhuidt's Villa, when good
liht4r, iooI l living i24and all tle goodI
things otf this good life anr to Ite found.
wax, Star llrand shots. SsIl'rr & SoN.
l;Ihleun intyv lhas lIecn bonded fiorlOO1.-
W(O1 to Ibuild a turnpike from onie end of
tihe country to the. other. This is a move
whiic Si Hould lieW* 'iulated in every .oun-
ty in Florida. l(i. l roads are the great-
emt n4'-d to-tlay oiitmide of immigration
ti.i a lit ter '\ ill come with tihe building
of t lhe i,;.mls.-(Giiaesville News.
f-'N,'w line men's and boyx pants.
SMITH & SON.
.,wisrsi. E. C. Earls and It. (Colee,
t wo yoling .men of I'alatka. have bought
tlhe .'% st IIII feet of I.. L It. 18, on Mag-
no lia aveinu of E. N. Waldron on which
Unld lat.r a dwelling. T'i'eso. young nieln
leave' IMeI in the linsinles for thol past
ten years with Mr. Earls' father and utin-
derstand their business.
ItL was decided by the meeting called
lyv the I'inteiwood t'etinetery Aw.ociation
at the opera house last Friday to call
for volunteers to iItet at the grounds oil
Thursday. August 7th, and clear (off the
lbrsli anld plrelirn tin. grounds for fneu-
ili All who cannot. t coell, iii' .(JUetehl
t< 4 scn1 l sul1 st itilte. T' he .ldieils inlterest.ed
anr expectl(ed to furnish a picnic dinner
for those participating.
If we d 1,n't ket'tl a sharp lookout Flori-
la: will InelrelrsilitedatSt. lIlis Exposi-
ti)on I i.slf wani at t'hicago. Atlantal and
Ituffa lo. Those exhiblits were the nieaiis
of makii nigmaniy citizens of this iState
1bow4v the'i i.e'as wit ih shanie.11141 ddubt-
l.'s did us 11more injuilry thaInl g4uil. If we
ilan noIt iihave a creditable display in 1 104
we do not want any. Not less tihaiw$.4o.-
t(Mo sholil 1i alppropiiated for thli
"I firstused Ayer'sSarsaparilla
ia the fall of 1848. Since then I
blood-purifying and nerve-
S. T. Jones, Wichita, Kans.
If you feel run down,
are easily tired, if your
nerves are weak and your
to take the good old stand-
ard family medicine,
It's a regular nerve
lifter, a perfect blood
builder. i.4..* A. h
TET STMU)fTK T f T.
The Democrate 8tate w mlle Comb.
miutt met at Jaebomv Tursay of
to wak,aad pa- he P mowfng r-
"Wh sos rhe mometticF -i
eledtoms helt tmvousm the Sta of
Flrlda on the15th day of July A. D.
1~, have bam held m nearly i e om-
phni with the prowiom of the call
thersue ma&d by thi eommittee as
eoMd have been raonaly expected un-
dir mthe ciremnatance, and consider-
inlamit is the first primary esee ion
held under the provieioms of the Demo-
cratic patform, adopted by tUe Demo-
crate State Coeventiam, held at Jack-
sonville in Juae, A. D., 1900;-, and,
Whneas, The alight irNegularitims ad
variation from the call as made by thia
committee appear to have been caused
by misundetandiags amd bomat dilar-
encee of construction, and have insulted
in no harm to the primary election
system; now, therefore,
Be it resolved by the Florida Demo-
cratic State Committee, That it is the
opinion of this committee that the
Democratic people of Florida are to be
congratulated upon the successful ini-
tiation of the primary election system in
thin State, and the uniform honesty and
fairness with whichsaid primary election
has been held, and the satilefction with
which the results of said primary elec-
tions have been accepted throughout the
State, and that the return from the
primary election an held in the several
counties of this State, as made to this
committee. shall be accepted as though
said primary elections had been held in
all respects in strict compliance with the
call of this committee.
Be it further resolved, That it is the
opinion of this committee that all
Damocrato in Florida should now ac-
cept the primary election system as an
established party institution and work
together harmoniously, regardlesof and
forgetting any and all past differences,
and see that the next Legislature shall
no amend the primary election law as to
provide for a legal registration before
the holding of primary, elections, amd no
as to most effectually protect thesecrecy,
the honesty and the integrity of the
primary election ballot, and prevent
and punish fraud, intimidation and all
usanner of corrupt practices in connet-
tion with primary electionn"
Council met in regular sesion Mon-
day evening with Pres. p. t. Harris in
the chair. Present Aldermen (leo. F.
Smith, Stevens, Foster and Atwood.
Bill of mlen's time on streets aimount-
ing to $.'.01 ordered paid.
Petition of K. C. Earls asking to be
allowed to move a sntall building on
Magnolia avenue wans read.
Moved by Aid. Smith, seconded by
Al.. Stevens that Mr. Earls be allowed
to move building provided that no treesI
wenr cut or damaged and that street
was not blocked for over six hours;
Moved Aid. Atwood seconded by Aid.
Smith that the ordinance on flues and
lchimneys be amended to read as follows
after the word fire "in stove or fire place
connected with such flue or chimney;"
after the word done to read "or if fire is
male in said stove or fire place as pro-
Moved by Aid. Smith seconded by
Ald. Stevens to pass the ordinance in
relation to flues and chimneys as amend-
ed on it second reading; carried.
Moved by AId. Atwood seconded by
A.4. Foster that ordinance in relation to
alogs found within the city limits of
lDaytouna, e Ilased over the Mayor's
veto. (In roll call tle followingaldernmen
vot.'d for above motion: G. Smith.
Ste cenIs, Foster, Atwood, and. none
against. Chair declared said ordinance
passed over Mayor's veto.
Moved by Ald. Atwood. seconded by
Aid. Foster that the street committee hbe
authorized t o contract with Gove &
Strotherfor 200 yards of river shell to
Ie delivered at foot of Volusia avenue,
provided suitable termi- can lw iade na a
regards price; carried.
Moved by Aid. Foster seconded by
Aid. Steveuns that that the fixing of roof
on and of thew windows in tlhe city build-
ing be left i the hands of .Aid. i. Smith;
MNvel by Aid. Foster seconded by Aid.
Smithi that F. E. C. Ry. Co. be given per-
mi5ion to remove palmnetto tree in front
of gate to freight house yard; carried.
Moved by AIld. Fo ter, secolndtl by
AhI. Smith that as flag pole in front of
city luiildiilg in in dangerous condition.
that W. E. Frenth Ie autralrized to re-
lmove iame; carried.
ReIs>rt of pei'ial committee on econoum-
iral side of purchasing road machinery
wasv presenilted antid read. Moved by Aid.
Steveis setoudel by Aid. Smith that re-
iport .e .are.Lted and 4o-mkitree ie dis-
chsrg',.; carried. Adjourned.
.J. W. Wilkiunon, C'herk.
Notice is here-ly given that I will apply
to thecity ity council at their regular neet-
ing August 11th, n1902, for permission
t4) erect and maintain a boat house in
Before tkngct tuI wa.q
da mny g &=&in Ow Incat a&
Just arrived, but there is no reserve on them.
Everything goes at fifteen per cent disc xst,
CALL HAS WHEELS.
Ex Senator Call, of Florida, is again
at Washington, and the Poet of Wednes-
day said of him as follows:
"Yes, 1 am an indepent candidate for
the United StatesSenate," remarked for-
mer Senator Wilkinson Call, of Florida,
at the New Willard.
"1 am making what might seem to
many a desperate fight, inasmuch an all
the forces of plutocracy are arrayed on
the other side. I am running as an inde-
pendent, because it would be folly to run
in the so-called primaries. If there were
any chance for an honest expression of
the popular will I will be glad to go be-
fore the people in this way, but it is a
fraudulent scheme, and I will have noth-
ing to do with it."
Ex-Senator Call is a humbug. He
knows, and knows well, that he has no
show whatsoever before the General As-
sembly of Florida. He knew he had no
chance before the people at the recent
primary. He is a humbug, sure and
simple, and a dead one at that. C11l does
not belive his own statement and itsdol-
lars to a green gourd that he does not
appear before the next Legislature as a
candidate for United States Senator.
The man who put him in nomination
would be hooted and hissed from the
capital. Call's talk is all talk. Give it
no attention. .
PORT ORANGE ITEMS.
Mrs. Chas. Fozzard started Tuesday
morning for New York where she in go-
ing to spend the remainder of the sum-
neer visiting relatives.
Mrs. II. H. King, of Tekonsha, Mich..
and DeLeon Springs, Fir., arrived last
week from Meabre'ze. where she had been
staying a few weeks, to visit Mrs. Mil-
Miss (iuilda Murry, daughter of our
county commissioner, is visiting her
aunt. Miss Caroline McDaniel.
The carpenters have got the walls of
Mr. Clayton's house up. He is building
on his phu'e about a half mile south of
A good many of our people took ad-
vantage of the excursion rates to visit
Mrs. Du Bois and Koert went over to
their place on the St. Johns, where the
doctor had gone to get things ready for
them. as they expect to stay there a
month or '4).
Capt. Fozzard is sporting a fine new
wagon that he received last Saturday.
Rev. Wetherford preached a tIne and
instructive sernid m on the training of
Mrs. Harry Sargent came up from
Oak Hill Tuesday and is going to stay
with her parents till the last of the week.
Mrs. Milbuni and Mrs. King drove up
to Daytona Mondkay and spent the day
calling on friends.
'apt.. Alexander and Henry Lowrie
came. over from Lake Bereenford and are
located in the Captain's cottage ont the
Rev. and Mrs. Longdon. who have
i.-.. .w.i.;..m hmro for a few <-vsM rre-
AN EDITOR'S EXPERIENCE V
A Missouri editor announced that ,
just one issue he would tell the tr '
Here are a few items from that iae '
John Bonin, the laziest merchant i
town, made a trip to Bellviewyesterday.
John Doyle, our groceryman, is doing
a poor business. His store isdirty, dusty
and noxiously odoriferous. How can he
expect to do much?
Rev. Styx preached Sunday night on
Charity. The sermon was punk. If the
reverend gentleman would i% up a
little closer to what he preachbei l'd
have bigger congregations.
Dave Sonky died last Saturday. The
doctor gave it out heart failure. The
fact is he was drunk and whiskey is what
killed him. Iis "home" was a reuBst 4
shack in Rowdy street. #
M arried-M iss NSyl via Rhodes tndJamz l
Carnahaus. hast Saturday evening at t
Baptist parsmage. Tihe bride is a very
ordinary town girl who doesn't W --
any more than a rabbit ablpt
and who never helped her mother
days in her life. She's not a beauty
Ini'ans and hasa gait liken f due 3
groomn is well known Ihreasan up-t
loafer. He has been living off theold
all his life and don't amount to shucks.
The issue in which the Missouri editor
told the truth was the last he ever made.
Now in the springtime when the dew like j
diamonds sparkle in the tender grass,
when sweet-throMt-d birds make* a melpi.
dy all the day, sub- ribers to this
while It was lpublis-hel drive out into
country a short way toi ct'ha a glimp
of a piece of blaek skin whi.-h ih:1uag% as0-
pended from a hi:rlbed wire fence. It isall
that reinnins of the onlcynanly form of
tlw .Misiouri editor who told the truth
for i)nie week
DELAND AND THIEABOUTS.
S..\. A oWio l sailed for the North on
Sunday. Htis pl.1 e in lie bank is being
filled by Fredl N. ('in rail of Daytona, who
has many friendils in Ie.Land.
Miss Clara Slough of Daytona was
brought to Delandi on Wednesday by
Sheriff Turner, and declared insane by a
committee appointed for the purpose of
inquiring into her sanity. She is now *
held in Del3and awaiting the arrival of
a nurse from C(hattahoochee. Mies
Slough imagines that other entire famid, -""'
have turned against h'r.and are steal t .
hier chickens, pi.isoning her sto:k and *AW
during her lawn andl otherwiW morst-.-.
Locomotive No. 42, of the Florida
East Coast Itailway. is sailing up and i
down tlhe line with oil as its motive .
power. TI.e e'vieriuient ia believed to
be a su'eess in every way. It has proven
to be a great saving in e'xense without
impairing the hauling capacity and the
happy tnremanii is lecYul doubt just at
contented as tli' vice-p.residei c for th J
reason that instead of shoveling coal hbe I
can manipulahte the oil supply by means
of several levers from a cushioned meat
opposite his Isiss, the engineer.
Rev. K Wells of Lake Helen waa
robbed o h pocketbook containing
$140 In m1W, cheil a and tickets while
Al on us for Freezers, Dishes, Disbers,
Lonaaade Tumblers, Pitchers, Sherbets,
Spoons, Ice Shaves, Picks, Awls, etc. *
, PRICES RIGHT.
MASON EL WALL CO.
W. H. EDMONDSON, ManaKr.
SBeach Stwreet, *Phone 9.
. ..l l l l l l l l l l i l l i , ,
One Dollar's Worth "
Som gd even m w er, except
Patterns. Fifteen cases of i
WWMWf AW GFW OROPWO MqqWD dMO M WWF
- ab ReBVYAmky-.
w. FITTGEuLD, Pumru .
^ mo pdt $1.50 per Year in Adam.
O.man Noti 10c per Lime Each Tim .
m asb m Postoe at Daytona,
O lnUrdy, July 26, 1902.
^9b-^^9 -- ^ywtfy
For U stat gSeaator
STEPIMN R. MALLORY.
For Coqgurema, Second District:
R OBERT W. DAVIS.
A. C. CROOM.
For Secretary of State:
H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
For Justice of the Supreme Court:
W. A. HOCKER.
For Railroad Comminsioner:
For State Senate:
FRANK W. SAMS.
CHARL L SMITH.
THOMAS J. SPARKMAN.
For County Treawsurr:
J. J. VINZANT.
For County Tax Collector.
D. PERKINS SMITH.
For County Assessor:
SAMUEL B. WILSON.
For Board of Public lantruction:
J. L CHANDLER
L. E. CAUSEY
E. F. KNAPPE.
For County Commimioner":
R. D. BROOKE
FRANK E. BOND
W. H. McBRIDE
T. L. RODGERS
T. J. MURRAY.
[ !W SYhTMA NEWS.
J. P. Turner left Thursday morning
hor MarigUa. Ga.,wbeAr he will aesist his
brother in shipping their crop of peaches.
A rather curious accident beell Condoc-
tor Wlinam Wednesday. He was stand-
Igmar the cook stove in the caboose
heam t rah tin came to a sudden stop,
ol-gr haim against the stove. He fel
wMiT arm on the stove and overturned
a pot of boiling water, scalding his arm
mely. Theburn wasso bad it necessi-
taed his going to the hospital for
The opening and shelling of a road
from the north end of Routh street to
the Rock House, in being agitated and
s some very liberal contributions have al-
Seedy been ole red for this work. and
we have no doubt that with a little
a somlitm a sufficient amount in money
S,% amd labor, can be raised to do the work.
* Every one who has bcen to the lik-
Home knows what v pretty body of land
that it would pass through.
*1is good plan toolen up our lands
btiyetim groads through them. Ifpeople
meaise what a fine section we have, and
theexteatofit, it ismoretonviucing than
tMling them about it.
Week beginning Aug. 3. 1902
1 a. 1n.
sWedmday ....................... :41K
T amd day ....................... 9... -
| Ta-aay.......................... il:.#4
i a M3........................... 1 :31
gig a.............................. 12:.11
a s ............................ 1:23:
F really ............................ 2:11
We9daws y ........................ 2::1 S
Friftay ............. 4:30
Coflifrnia i Return
Via L. E N. R K.
Firt-elss round trip tickets from
Jaeksomviile on sale August I to 9. Cor-
mispt ding rates from other points.
S chet good going one way and re-
etar another. Favorabkl stop-over
arinogemeats. Final limit Sept. 80.
BOUND TRIP RATES TO SEVERAL
'191NTS WEST & NORTHWEST.
For full information address.
J. M. Fl. uM...
S 5 Florida Passenger Agnt. L. & N. R.R.,
(First pub. Aug. 2; last Aug. 23.)
[ IMSL'm d An* A1= 48 Tu OMs 4d FW
Neam 4aser Tax DaMI eear
- isml l 4655. Laws al A rMed.
S Mtoideis tm eby given that Miles Be-
bm pu iww of Tax Certi&cate No.
* u8, dated the 7th day of June A. D
N b, has sled said certiiate in m of-
-* ~b, ad has made application for tax
k deed to iMs in aocordnce with law.
BAid certMate embraces the following
described property situated in Volusia
mt-y, Florida, to-wit: Lot 2. Section
25, Tp 15, Rang 32, 6? acre. Thp
llM kid beiaR ge a ned at the date of
tbe isl ae of each eowtiate In the
me dk.lA. Aruett. UTalen mid eer-
tlMlshall "be redeemed acordig to
wad dwillfmue theoa non tthe
SIM& UNUft ft AyAVSlugBMC rn
Sltat Ias yewr Ibamm IbetL, and
the diseaverer of asea a Is apt to
be dan mere to l -Um It o.
fIert Pick the distimeltle strwe .
or stlr business methods and ee~
dealer to epres Itt In a breath.
If you can cela a phrase that es-
presses your central belsnesm s or
emphl mes tem that mark
"orWsOLealone, Pe tam' s good
ae of It. It ptsa Into loaBd-Mn ftm
an Idea that wUg get beld of people
and Inlmence them If persaitently pre-
eated to them. On fat about year
buInems well loaded in the heads of
people is as good as a score that de not
Too can make people believe about
what yoea he Nt you go about It prop-
ery. If a man cornea to you today and
telk you there will be a panic Inside
of ix moathm, you win pay so aitn-
tion to bis. If another comme tomor-
row with the same story, be will get
no amtmdon but you will idly wonder
what is getting iate folks The third
mua you qll argUe the matter with.
The fto* will i~mere of a bearing,
and you will begl to ee signs of dim-
aster yourself. By the time the tenth
man bas made the statement you will
be ready to tell folks the same story
Preably you yoself could not be
Influenced In such a manner, but the
common run of people are built that
way and wl believe what they are
told often eooqG That Is why an
eipUNIeve eatd phrase does good. It
comes to stand foar p and your meth.
ode and of necessity is to remembered
when goods In your line are wanted.
As rdiarily ased such a phrase is
of little value, beesaue It to not proper-
ly hammered Into people BSuch a line
ahald go on letter beads, bllheads.
stationery, envelopes should go Into
every ad. or circular, should be seen
about the store and should appear on
labels Put It on a sticker to attach to
goods and packages. Let people see
It everywhere. If It means what it
says, peop oare going to respond to IL
Te Cae a CeM la Is s Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets'
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. E. W. (Grove's eignatuna on
each box; 25c.
saw e Dne11. Pee F sweamlt.
General (Grant was asked why he
never swore. He replied: "Well, when
a boy I had an aversion to swearing.
It -elned uaeles. an unnecessary hab-
it and besides I saw that swearing
usually aroused a man's anger. I early
had a dire to have complete com.n
mand of myself. I noticed when a
man got angry his opponent always
got the better of him. On that account
also I determined to retrain from
swearing. Then the swearing men of
my acquaintance when a boy were not
the best men I knew. I never saw any
reasons for swearing. All were against
Edward L was 6 feet 2 Inches hig",
and it to said that the tips of his mid
die Angers extended below his knees.
Stps the Ce oi Werks ON the COMd
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a
cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. 25c.
If the time ever copies when ip-ople can
know just what other people think of
them there will be quite a lot of embar-
TMhe aet Pre tlum 1r MWlWa
Chill and Fever is a totthes of (JioviK'
TAmTCKLIs CHILL Tocr. It is simply
Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form.
No Cure, No 'Pay. Prki 50 cents.
Testa e rrtemaha1p.
When a woman gives notice that she
has moved to the top oor and there is
no elevator, Ia beges to nd who bher
true friends are, and when she makes
It known that she is boarding out and
hba no meals served at bome she getl
still nearer th ruot ao the matter.
The foot of a orne I oe of the moat
ingenious and unexampled pieces of
ochanism In the whole range of anl-
The best physic-Chamberlain's Stom-
ach and Liver Tableta. Easy to take.
Pleasant in elect. For sale by all drug-
requires physical and mental
ability of a high degree to
withstand its hard labors. The
high tension to which the
nervous system i constantly
subjected, has a depressing ef-.
fect, and soon headache, back-
ache, neuralgia, rheumatism,
sciatica, etc., develop in severe
form. Such was the case of
Mail Carrier S. F. Sweinhm t,
of Huntsville, Ala., he says:
"As stack lofemmo eft --
w"h muscauerk r e--t headache,
adpaims that d to be all over
me. I wacarcely able to ame rW
abosmt a ath wh I decided to gie
.-P.. Pn PillsW
HE WANTp TO 00 HO
0"~elq u a1 fEftWeeK.
onu ak say;W xe il1. I
Bale la e Wed's W ak,. 1 ca
o a botfof W or t teen yf
as thl-Sugr hart wouo brt-
reply to my anqiry I was td. other
is dead, and I want to go homer" Of
orse, I emld to hin, "Well, go anG
a te superlt and he win give
you an order ono nB olece." The boy
moaned. dun see him. and be won't
let me off Ill ti ri .-"
This seemed hard when one boy's
work wule coat for so little amoa
several hundred, so I took him in the
b mw and harried back to the odee
giving an order that he be paid o
and let go at once: but I was pouteoy
told that "the superintendent's order
am that no one Is to be paid till night"
After I had Insisted In rater strong
laangae that I might possibly be a
bigger man tha even the superintend-
ent the lady assistant began a series
of sharp question, fdually bringing out
the date of "mother's" death as "de
20th ob last Feb'ry'!" I sneaked off.
realizing that there were some phase
of the peach business I had better nd
The pehebblow porcelaip is of Chi.
Mese manufacture and Is about 30(
years old. It is not, as sometlmeeFup-
posed, the designation of a partliclas
shade of color, but a rare and peculina
glage, which not merely covers the
surface of the vessel, but penetrates
the entire texture of the article., s
that If the same be broken the Internal
structure to Identical with that of the
surface. The method by which this reM
asui i reached is unknown, and much
money bas been expended In vain to
discover It. The ware toIs In a ese.
therefore, the result of a happy acci
Specimens of It are rare In China to
day, where it is praised as highly as
anywhere else. Most of that of whleb
there is deanite knowledge was taken
from China by the Dutch In the days
when they monopolized the trade with
that country and from Holland hat
made Its way over Europe. The specd.
menu In this country have almost all
of them come either from Holland di.
rect or by way of France, whither
pieces of It were early carried by the
Dutch, arousing unusual Interest
among the French potters.
The most conspicuous examples of
plants whose fruits ripen only under
water are furnished by the speclet
Valloneria spiralls, plants found most-
ly In the south of Europe, but also
cultivated elsewhere in aquariums.
The male flower Is short and insigniti-
cant, while the female grows on a very
long stem of corkscrew shape and has
something of the appearance of a
owdrop. It floats on the surface of
the water until the fertilization, by
means of the pollen, ais complete. The
spiral thea contracts, and the fruit is
withdrawn under the water to ripen.
Notable specimens of underwater rip-
ening In England are furnished by
bladderworts and a species of vallis-
aeria known popularly as the "water
soldier." Of marine plants certain va-
rieties of seaweed, notably the red,
also ripen under water. Pearson's
The Le-arouIl of Naples.
A century ago there were 30,.UU "lax.
saroni" in Naples. Neither disease
nor want has diminished their number.
Their children die at a fearful rate.
but there are many hospitals for the
survivors, and neither board nor lodg-
ing costs them much when, at a ma-
ture age, they are turned loose Into
the world to become lazzaroul in their
turn, like their unknown fathers and
"What is a lazzarone?" It may be
asked. According to Colletta, he Is a
being who lives how he can without
working. If he puts his hand to hon-
est labor, be Is no longer a lazzarone.
It may be doubted whether the las-
sarone will ever become extinct. The
"reaniltation" scheme will not oust
him nor make him change his habits.
He Is more than half what his climate
makes hblm.-Natlonal Ueview.
YeN Kaw Whet Yea Are Taklog
When you take Grove's Tasteless C('ill
Tonic lieause the formula is plainly
printed on every botak showing that it
is siimplly iron and quinini in ti'stel-Mss
formti. No Cu('re, No Pay. 27x-.
Notice la hereby given that the following dewcribedlandm will be sold at public' I
aucLtkioM the firnt day of Septemter, A. D?.. 19012, in the C(ity of Daytona, Volu.ia PO
County, Florida, or sao niuch thereof as will be nI-aes-qary to pay the amount due for
taxes herein set oplposite to the. ianie, together with C sts of such sale and
NAME. DESCRIPTION OF LAND. LOT. BLOCK. oVTae RO
L. B. Steuck..................W 72 ft-................................................ ; 7 $ 8.ol
F. H H oughton........... E. & '. ..................................... 14 .7-,
M Pellett (Heirs) .........W ..................................................... 2( 1.71 t rv
David Shannon-...........lot 22, b k 2, au. f ......................... 1 2 1.22 lt .Wsstv
Robert Rains...............lots 11 & 12, sub. of-....................... 2 & 7 28 2.34 -t.r tw sI.
Isaac Hopkins.............lot 15. s ib. of.................................. 2 & 7 28 1.22
David Rains................lot 5 & (i. blk ,. ofP.................... 6 28 4.23: A ad
Sidney Belton.............. of W. 200K) ft. of N. 41 ft............... 1 29 1.71 A ad
J. F. Brice (Heirs)......E. lot 11, sub. of S. \ tof N. ............. 4 :l 70
Georgia Anderson.......lot 2. blo-k 1. Sub. of S. %..................... 4 :31 2:it A bad breath
Charles Jones............. lots 3 to 12, btl-k 2, sub. of S. .......... 4 31 1.71 stomach, a b
Laura E. W all...................................................................... 2 49 6.7 St m a a
Laura E. Wall............lots 13. 14. 15 &-................................. i; ,30 25.6- bad liver. A
Laura E. Wall............W. 13 ft. lot 20andlots 21,24& 25.... 5ot 19 35 liver pills.
A. B. Smith..................lots 1 & 4 to 12. ubit. of E. % ............. I1 2 2 97
J. W'. Howaard .............lot.29& 3), bl-k2. W:ll's.ub.oif lpirt... 2 3.6;0 stipation, bhil
Isaiah M. (Coly.r-..........E. ot231lNkhl,(k;riK-'.'sI, oaf ,rt..." peps 9ia, 1' h
Marie llaywood..........lot 13, block 2. ira -'s sub. ot p t 3........ -, pp SI,
Annie Jordan-..............lot 17. llhcwk 2. Gee-'ssul. of part ........ 33 1 .71 2.
Julia Watsoni.............. W 50 of E 139 ft. lot ., bl'k4, UGre-ne'
sub. of part-................................ .... 5: 1.51 wai it. r y i, .
J. H. Willians ............. ht 9 lok 4. Irine' sul. of pa'-t ....... :1 4.2
B. S. Fain-Ihth ............ lt11ItolI icrk44.rlvewn's'mti.ef lt"al,-. -'3_2.,7 [- BUCKINGIA,
B. 8. Faircloth............lotsl&2.bF k.s,
Alex. Berry (Heirs).....lot 3,lhk 3-, G trene'*a s of art-......... 5 297
Rikluird i. .lones........hlot 1 1,. l;,lot-k 3., ;i-i-ne'.mmuh. l.oflpart 5 t 5 V
J.R. Fleemali...................................... ................... .... ... .1 3.4.: N R IC
Adelaide It berton ....W -......................................--- ..... .....-. 4
. V. lBr .............. -1:12x l;ft. E. side BWltcStl act i 1 sit... 1 <;1 4.2 :
Sanllik, Si ith ...............W .3 55 of E. 160 ft................................... 2 7 .
Rol rt l sas a..............lot 4. lloc-k 2. su f .............. ........ 4 71 4 .2
Geor ge, Edwards..........lots 3 & 6. blal.'k 2. si (if ......................4 71 2 34
S I. inglet n............lot 4 u of W .................................... 7 ; a
ha P. M iller............lot sub. of W .................................. 71 1.711
Hebt -cca W hite-............lots & ul. of W ........................... 71 2 7!
Page Stililln............. I. 55 ft. S. of canal-............-..... ...... 71 7O O
Sidney Jone ...............W ................................ .. .......... ...71 2.7
Iebecca Mos-ley.........W .5 of E 2001 of N ft ......................... 72
Frank Johnson...........E oft.....................................................4 72
Jennie Ro- rts .. ... W ".75 of E 12 ftL................. ................ 4 72 o i Doill :- il Vii,,
HE DOES rT.'
"ai: wbg o eas1m l elari
1 haveat aS eelal UI.L Its Me
me: When wuulmei
thing dome, he tls "the SIM, a O"d
easaher tells the bokkeepr, and the
bookkeeper let thle a*stant beeok-
keeper, and the assistant bseesker
tes the chief clerk, aad the chief elerk
"And what tben?'
"Well. I haven't anybody to tell, so I
have to go and do it."'-Wahingtou
She-Do you beer the sweet chirping
of the birds above our heads?
He-No; I bear nothing.
8he-I hear them perhaps because I
am nearer them than you are.
rYe nekl summer ame.
The Oak-Did they cut their Initials
on year bark again?
The Elm-Yes, and what's strange
hers are Just the same, but his are
changed.--New York Times.
M* l J baati oor a-s uwMhn
bewer a8=rs the steam to run dow.
Prim poor blood to impure blood is but
a s otp, ad impe blood is father to a
__l i_=.. i I. --i illm. Dr.
0-- o is ano antidot for
ft k porw M ib Ipure blood, for it is
both a buaBder and purier-a food
amd a maid-e. It is the best cmbi-
samo ofd the kMd ham to meialn
a- ecid m s noeamrly half
a t~ y as led to it esdoreement by
tsha.da of medical men who have
bemn unable to find a substitute.
from t- date o ta ao
be forever barred.
This July S!rd, A. D., UI.
% (Frqt P"0.. sn"l; TMmas NLU --
tato oDebem se nA Cwadftimiiiis
Thunderacigned having been iwlya-
pnea initlinsilaltretwv wih tbhewssua
eafRAbert 1). (cfaimn64, ek'cead, nowtto I
be-rehy tgi tow1. eall rectiiw,,Ase, Ptmdie-
tr laute-eac lit all empr'canlinde-b" torttoo
having -laIui inssgainat it I eet-atate. of Roie-rt
1). Cowan, ei'c-samaccif) eaprem-nt, the samie
duliy autimen tticiuiel to the amniersligne#
within JW yenr,4 frarno t hisidate our the m~anw,
will I. Mron-ver hirre-el-
.M. M. ?411A V N PCR,
Ad niisulht ruillor with the- will
maline~xe-d of ltioeahrt.L). 4 'ewaa.
Th I" J uly 17, 11AM.
Vi4tT1V4) EV APPLICVAT14aN FNaR TAX
0004, LAWS OrVIA V l DJA.
Notice Isn lie-re-by gvema that John B.
Miusky, ;aae A ne Tx ('crli Iflete- N4a.
4W, daftedI Ito, 3rd laycoef Jul%,.. A. Ifi.,JU.,ha.
tilt-clsiudd-c-rtilfile lc it nit;eoffice-, and hits'
,inativauppli-at lea,.fep ar liv c'-ed tc itIsue-fit
ac-coinlafl-e-wilift I w. Sidic cerfolik-ai.-em-
brai-e-acthe *feaillewizag de-ucrilied profiperny
,.luate-d lit Vealmiusin -qauat%, Fl"itrlds, to-wit:
E,12 A4,t 2. 11k :At. M. & V*. Moll~y 1ill. Tit#-
-ealel land living aesussedlit tIthe- date- of I lie
esmuniaceov4seattie-Ier~l le-stilit-nI he anam eof
Lut-Andsa lK 4i lvsln--. us. Ie-'said .jcertcii Iheis
ahaU In- Ae0emmm.-d ,asmorellug iip law. lax'
eieeff I wIllIN."- It hareeam pelot I he- dceay t eof
Augusat, A. 1).. Room'.
WItime-,snay officialsti-411vnt ure- andl 4ial
1 lls .t he- IstIt iay of J Ily, P.. '11i4M~e
('C'rk 4irvuait ('curt eof 'a eluslim Cauntiv F lit.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AN4D CREDITORS.
The' u,,dcr-.I.e'il liminhg, Ire--tdulyills u-
IArt hur l**c re-.t. clet-4-n'-el. lite-ete of eaulaite
1 vtsulty. IFlo~ridla. mtie.ivi la hrebygl'aa'ia ii
sil I r i t r'.l-ilosto-o-s. Eli.? rita, I .. stauff .all I
joe rsetooro lnduhl vI Itole4 er Ion% it 1g evleIemame gal list
the c dlla A% .'rlei tr l'era-1. topc--l-lei e
pra---Aeol thlie saae cliily aat he-tmi ie'atelea ? ohe
i utIloerliguo-tiaawit hum ~ip y, eaers freaMa imib
eldat'ear iisiti v .ne wtil JoIii- t'a ,r laaremrraei.
.%dutflmmiiItruticr aof the -enaate
elf Art hur Fajrce.esif-4case~d.
i 'r'.t puilp. .1July 2;:lsat. Itug. le-ea'2e
Notie of App.Iaittm o Tax Deed Uneder
'.. -: -. ," w 1
Estimates Furnlshed. Work
PO.Box. S g ,
Office at European Hotel. Shop
Daytona Ice 4
Wm. WICNS, Ma-- qP
Madul- from Distilled W%
Velsla Avenme aand Rali
Menti n this petim r anil Mend far
Winston DiS. :Ce.
Winston, N. C.
Low.et Price Whiskey Hoame.
faults just the- maine as tle. 4 of au)not1ha-r, ,-eCt' o" f.p*br wO,. LUw os orm riu.
Noahic-- l h .Ier.-yv gt eiI h lat I.I. t tlRhoA BId
but you will not get sfo Ilmlu-lh saitisfal- i a ;lI I;.-iija miiiih i \:a rI. pura-ham-.-r 'ri _!1.
tiO.n out Of t liking aith)it then. .'..rtllli.la,.- N,8 ll. li4ted elit- 2 lilny i o, .rilmy
Sith'a. tllal ihm V adl i lulp)l-lltr a ll > for la yx
I lle.t II toa Isi III Ier-c onarclil le- wl I lla\w Muald
Ilenl ry I. Shatt e-k (of S, hellnllrge a .ua ilial .i .1i e. .ii.-, l.ati,- wiu ..ille. -liea.rila. e.
Iowa, wascur ofiL: tonm ihtro ul e cf e t, ,llOf N, .,a#. i, li"ilh4,e C Ia
w ith w htich he h.ul lt.en attllie-te-l feor T"i 1:>' l ii., -,, .- a..-r.-- Thl i w-.i ,Il Iuil 4 l Il 2 *
vy arn,. Iy fiour l ax, oif i'la;tii l.wrlain's a i'- -.-Ana l I1, : 4aii a.-"
Stomach andi Liver Tall.ts. 11i. had --riIllh1'i ii lw th, llll I.atf It... J i lMu, i'"" *r- Ph na .
|Ireviouply tried nany othTr irem dieti ,i.,.1irll n ,i r-,onal ii, inw,. tllx I..-i wa ll i-.-1I,
aItil a number of pit vNhy ianm withliut p. Il hr,,n n ,,l Il, h -I hii I th y ofAu ts..A. 1.la.. I1.lI'.
l". \V*Aii slla 11. % I y -,i al "| lslta iit "; :i lll Im llst hi
lief. For sale byV all irrueggists. ,I e '. 2 1. Ii i: .% l ilv. \. I .. nA'e !
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Notice of App~lcstilo for Tax Deed U.
Section4 of GChopter 4M88. Laws o.4Flo
N cat ic-aI-, here'iv iv vei'n-Iahill 1Thea-AI lis
Lutliiae-r Vtcmalliaav. jplirclhiI'.lr ce atx'' 0-14
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lt 'acavdltIl iva-dw..ha4-fja.I -ac,.11I
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iA--rk Circ-uit (Ecaurt V'acala -A 'Ceaicli. -
Walter-Did you say the meat was
Customer-Tough! Why. I can't stick
my fork in the gravy!-Chicago Ameri-
Papa distinctly said, the other day.
That in the night, when I'm asleep so
The earth keeps turning over all the
And every morning It's been halt way
Notice o4 Appkat
SectIom 8 of Chapte
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I thought how grand to see the big round rK c "' a't't
Go turning past this window In the hall. No 06 Aof
And here I'm up at 4 o'clock to watch. Notie ef APpliti
And there is nothing going by at all! -
Neil I'I I'. hare-t.I
I thought that deserts, palm trees and Ill,-rh-llia ot. "i a t'
giraffes t-rIli'tlci 'i ii all l 111 e l
Might Just be passing by the time I t'ileillii fl' in (ti'.ale
came, witlilm I;.. snlidl a
And now. in, tead of all those lovely fhlll er.M.rllx-
things. VOI l'i CO'ilnl F
Here's this old yellow rosebush Just thela I l.'1,. -I. 1'.- ..
an1me. U l ,' suc li lll> ; Il- Il l
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xaive rarw Loslea3
Noe somatr that 0 ases i aii ease a se ~ Ot OW O
lon for Tax tIecd t
er 489M. Law.s eo t Inl
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414 Po wl ZLIE 1 lux'iistavenume
Ptkytona, FMorhh, 4
iJoder ....... .......... SAMS, IProprietor.
.1 ... .. .... it-Rate-s A2.m.( lier Day and Upwards;
icli l"A- a i'i'l |p>lh. .. ll% 2 ;: lne t .al lAigi.
rtliI- Nr.TIrI.: I." \t'l'rI.l' \Ti lt T\ Sl.inal to Regular BoIanlem.
.i,.. I::l I.% :Ft .l:"n_ al 11, A NEW SM1YRNA. FLORIDA.
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lIda. a hb'ia -0 YEAI-
ee .lu.ii.\. \I.. ;<,. th;,- A', Ordinance in Relation to
a- tea I .11,t.-. 111I li- Dogs Found Within OMe City
I.r tSig. I, I a ,r -1i* mi k Limiits of Dayptona. l a.
l .ae ir l h c a al a ia %l M ii: h t' i oe e I t aici t ei lo :o l l o r
'i l H.io illt. T llSl Nori.tia,l o N o deL. nt h.l t r 't0io:r l-.. ,,,cr
I act lt -h ai e- c ha l e i-aI- t! i 1 1 illti h c I -he'itl I,,- ;lhl,(,,t-: la, I raill I ln i
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-lii1i ta lzh aleachlll I.' I li% ,'f Ialitl.t-ilim Utit--," p, crv'.\i,,li Iy Ih'l-l,- .,I ci.
r!2 1e0 tIl u, 1ill\ dala ..t %aill : cla'ctl A I I- I i -I aehII s",111* t I 1 ta g Il rlisa -i ci--el.
t ln-' ilia 1 ai i .\ l A 1L lis- o t ea il 'ili t it iirIII m;il tl 1 s'ir. qe oin, et h ll .. mM,-
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i. A I a. 1!e(1e11 el a .11c- ora Isam fear, al.rom aha-o eeii ial, 14a a-ili.t. r i 1r-- 4 quickly s netal ow o W w n
lm Ii .l, l 'lli. f e .r i 111 fa lilitl- l t l tIii. tli i 'L-I i' l.t. ,ntmii-s nrlil- io -all
1 eeh, I .a :a ,caelo mo 1 l.'yr lb o o kleiMili f el i t a -. l -I lsa ll 11 1. a f c li cf.___u__
m. t' l <-. i | t I sa ..I .Ia- ,A.a l 4 iii il. s.il Pa ts take.
1ra1 ter ecl I l o o ir Iri I lIlia w lirst rla4lca t C s eiad liut Inf- illt o II-a
-ll Ahaa- i ltl a-a.e-l iIc-e r ael,.r -l ti le.rlitiiai at., *Ia-A 2
for Tax Deed Under iia' i, rois:a- -llo i eel -ii;i ael liot.,,i fear all",
cr 4S 8, l l u lw rEl ridls icl-lir lea r ,a-,Sr i-'.\in l.l f -l-aii elu r v ifll.r w -
'..i li i,,li c... Ii_.h, Itli.it i- Ia'r,a,,a-iic,-e act ,laA.' k .11 ll a 'i 1o -ai'hi Ahandoaelyll"to ai- eal p n e
rl tiN. "-a 1 c Imau '. a illnd -aci- il ia-,ieul h-llllh'l li' cinOfl.a-niti a I rIon, i nl erflei mriill 1i W
Ii- ic a t .-all aii yic t at-o t.-" I- ear ml i snl,,,il'..li& I S -4 an
ac I l-.a I. ll sae1-1rI.i l i', esas.tsaidai- t e.e. A hailll a I0 rcal e'lef ,I aIihe- aa l.'-aby w m __i~slI
11o11d- lea- of -i- ie a l,.s.. a n.Ic' a- l i ,ita.Is. <|oll tr a ia i al t I
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oI I i c o itie i lorl ian, t ilila lt I i hi i l l. i r rr tvSl.,li, I rli -
a- .iii" on aa| I tc k'lllla n[i eat te lli'lt-,1 N,- ,I "i
14i il rll-t t 'ah1 ia 0 lal. 'to '. I. ul Lo l i l l l.l.
h'Ita is ill I- r '--lt- ,-c d .l toy lila- ia ,I li nII l S h..I 'o.l, lorci h li ..ar ,hia- amll
'a ala-a-%l %.il l ae, lac-,teca i ap~tllltl I h-.rain aill tallilh-'netli er unlauiu D ay to na Z o n
A I I.. W o t r u *.nI4 1 s ncia I-t i# a- I\ eith Ir I -4tnd,-. H ollyr-, I
,_ll.. Ao... 1'.. I! i. car> l; I fhi ,ill. t>htr-a ,iol nllt Mounhi t i rrov.IaIIi.
OalQMS. am s--a i-iaii;t-cclirariIthI
f ord s pI a n-i- n .i- n,,i,,, l \
Ice It filie Ia )I--1, t- I hs llli c e' at lliar illea nd cati
l a r kll- illi]% ;II|I ''tsI ,r in t .t.a- a .r i |i, t
h* ate lim ltiar, Itf -lajl laI rl- I- l i i .IO f tllid ilt-v.
'.1 a tie l amal a\ % .11 a tr'1" e al-a ,
saler f a ty .-ca ), -r i cc. ki an. a I a ,i m -i-,
iialty. lr i i ra i i 111s Aht. i, i I,. he.iii. Ie-I.i.nirl, I Iiida.
a r ll ,li'iait IIha- ca il il Stcti s 'hcIt.:ea .r tinel
rilll athi IliBreath a ai i :lll .
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c a1g1 1 1ii o .It la t 'l..l'. I Il ac t I mar ,.il t i
ytr's Piisllli:eial,1 ,i'N;i a',l, lha. latelh.,t iiHoly
a c.Ta W tI .t c rica-%.,i.ll\. h* -h ., t ,.I t, 'a ee, e al,..re:
Si .'r-.,,, ._'cm a :& i. il,,a i ,a-Ie- e ,, ia-a- ,a;a- t IIll. ( ,i lau-
raI`.lv th i--.- ll Icer- lial' 11114,l Iet i r hls,
oarduinlance-a "sihahl ltat:
l e e r l inrI I -e l i il i ii a 74 1 d al" I t l iar h l. I t'. i '1 ) N N I N I.
IF tr ta ,-alili ta tal' iie%. Ia.r di l. j p a'r i Ii- .I.
F ia k i llin g a ; ici l h ta ra i l- -,i--lia ilt h ,-s l l.
M ." !I. '. % I fa rt- i.,li .,ti ir'li i .s ,rill'-:11-1-a tt l 'l V -; t .;t' .-
,41 att "ill h1 lier111S. ,i: (ardiin 'u s I"':.1ilhig tit eii l 11 in Ic,. '1 ii l (
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Breath 4-.'" '
h means a badc ,,... .,,. ,,
ad digestion,, ,
st a h '.111 V t:l. l)-1.4r2, I .-,caaI tl eli r Alui r'.,"s a a.. I
Lyar'ss Pills are ''eh ,, a a
r...Ertt4lmt I > 46" +- 0 W, +
:^ 't far .tho
S a ,L Whiaskers
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I Ic' a- k.
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aI -l I'.1i -1. t.I f, lltt t. tt-aI a : a ,,I iiS-a i r
tlihr., .'- t l Ia l, ,'k li i i l n .l.r t ,, ,-it ,,a i I ,,,
:ciall a 1 "'. aet N ( lot ,i. |ili iM i. a.-, t., I- a Sc i,
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Vl.' l t ill li i H ,. r.i'l.
T hl0, ,i;l 1 +,il li I | f l,, r ov,vii. i*onsists
S*ilaic icia i. I f1 i ll \ a i ,c
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.tiltl ti. a- .t variety a f c pie-. cake sal
a ...i. I -..
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I HEADACHw 1
wmll aum sm ia tlhe anrevils doislting
=_M ._.-" PMMM& i, si.M
few of them;: butthe great evil the greatest
eaer. la tae gearal wamlnaI of tb whole
rye msm web iaflf as opeani for every
The following i only oe toftm thoussadB of
tmim/mh we hamlveesive:
DeUoelt Mi.. JaL. Al& iM.
"1 mammea inme Dr. Hare- Iroa Tmbl
when meat wnem a e &auekofarhama-
A-er wi ,gOhmeoessnaellWarms-of
seen amal my meerael health was resrtoed.
As a beed pater Dr. artery's iroa Tomai
Is t all eaams eriaMr ta1 m w dis loeaMo
Ma.srhemad amil md the miy weaene
em Mse oA Aro .
U t es loan h l lel Alebi
Every bot- of Dr.Har-
ter NIna TbLet a our
mbsatss-Ima en Dr. MareSre.
Mad.e oay J7
l sMm lA. of Dri. xHal's Wild coeby Wn,
sid Mall o U kaOD Or. Hra~ Mecm.
a Mr A AoU yaVTW L
If you will try you evan sea Your own
r* #* -
a at Amercum w kbhic
me more than anything elm,
a artist who has been Vi.
York city for six MMIths
that with alU your patriotism
Little about the mography
con e try. to say nothing of
S the world."e
~gwerel several Americans In the
Oida, M they looked rather am-r
S ~iA. one of the men spoke. They
BT ttat they were weak In geogra
a" that here was a ehallage
ae sti| wskld have to pasa.
IM m a bright young woman of
tw-t e-. W mhed int the breach
Wth her head In the air.
"We 4d know the geography .of our
eMg T," she mad decidedly. "Of
Msee we do. Every child learns It In
**Mght I ask you a question or two'"
he eregmer saki quietly. "The names
ef the spitals of some of your states,
iQortalaly. I'l be glad to answer."
A a d nodded confidently at the
m y American man who was already
Inglanig to fear for her.
S*What Is the capital of Maasachu-
ettars" was his first question.
"See!te" was the prompt answer
ftm thegitrL. 0
"And at North Carolina?"
That seemed to puzle her a little.
and it was a full minute before she an-
The oreigner smiled, but made no
~ert to correct her. "What Is the
Ihet mountain In the United
Sater" he asked.
"Its not fair to ask about moun.
a o." she protested. "You said I
dl.'t know the capitals."
"The capital of Illinols Is?"
VChl-4prlnguield. I mean."
wo Montana" r
th the life of her she could not
Odk of a town In Montana. "It's
6=e an age since I studied geography."'
Towr answers were better than the
Wage." said the man. "You got one
right out of four. As I oaid, American
gagraphy surprises me."-New.York
WAW's FoR A IIU I.L.
Howeverslight nat this time and in
this climate, it iv the forrruni nr of nMn-
lria. A disposition to yawn. and atin
al tired out feeling eren t-ern et lefotretl
dill. Hle-rine. by its prompt stimula-
iwe action on the liver, drives the minlat-
- rial germa out of the systinm. puriteo tihe
blood, tone up tite system and rwto.-nres
health. :-k- at J. M. Jones.
ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
ft b safer to prune too little than too
Moist earth add a cloudy day for
ometbetries and currants are two
eaily grown fruits, and there s elad-
4am an oversupply.
The quality and size of fruit on old
bushes is much Improved by thinning
of the fruit or severe pruning.
The cause of moss appearing on the
stems of apple and other fruit trees Is
wet, cold. undrained land or an exces-
sively humid climate.
In sating garden seed gather when
ripe. Do not allow It to shell off. The
@rt mat ied Is the best. and the first
mted wilUl aheUll first
A goo mulch around fruit trees
hs to f Mp down weeds, keeps the
il osea, moist and porous at all times.
wth little labor of cultivation.
The time ef setting out of fruit trees
is of far less Importance than to see
that the right varieties are selected,
the soil prepared and transplanting
Chanamberlain's ('olic. Chtoole-r anld Iliar-
rhoes IRendy iaiM a world-wide n-puta-
tion for itos cuirs. It never fails and is
pleasant and saf. to take Foir sale- ly
"I thought Cantdles went with stage-
eaaches, but a gesoo many people must
use them yet." aidl a sholoewr who
pStated I,. a iollection of eaniilesticks.
all of the utility sort. arrayel In a
house furnislinig dleliartiment. There
were bih alad little. oorntanmental and
plan. practit-l anid unptiractical oneits.
Bte e had ibrqd trays. ilnd others had
mNeo at all. adi son e lihad devices for
lifting the ca ndle. while others were
made with det-p neckas. There still re-
main people who cling to the traditions
St their ancestors and will have none
af the modern lighting inventions for
their sleeping rooms. Certain women
prefer a light In their bedrooms until
they are asklep, and for this purpose a
candle Is just the thing, for It will put
Itself out at the time proportioned by
Its length.-New York Tribune.
A Ye and Lady's Lfe SaveWd.
Dr. Chtl. It. Ltter. a ipronminent phy-
s'lian. of I'anaima. 4'olhinmloia. in a nrcut
[ kttefatates: "*l41.L Marnh I hadil an a
patient a young lady sixteen years of
ale, who had a very lad attack of dys-
eatery. Everything I prn-cribed for her
; roved inelik-tual and si'he wia growing
worm, every hhou r. Iler piarn-it wenr
sre sihe would di.-. She had IWe-ome. 14
weak that sde could not turn over in l ed.
What to do at thii. critical imomeniit was
a study for me. but I thought of C(ham-
hrlain's Colic, <('holeral aHnl Iiarrhoea
iMdy and as at last trn rt lIroonribe
a. ~ le lmool t w wonderful n-sult was ef-
q&|sl~f~n. Within e4igihl biurv l.h wet"f.l-
lrum ini-|i hettor; mi.tofie of thre days sle
Swas upon her ofet tindl at the end oft on
"eek was entin-lv well." For sale ,by
1 isle le In Keilland and Amerle.
sra of the honme life is to li
41itsled partially to the influence on
M&Pety of the 1n1m.asion of Amuericans.
In the Unted States hoie life is al-
un known. Tihe neaninig of the
d-l "home." as understood to Brit-
lir. Is a mystery to Yankees. To a
:- O lan extent we have always envied
S eu home life. and I certainly
Mse with some of your correpond-
Sfe that it would be disastrous for
u r country to lose the elevating and
I"itf m Influences of the home.-An-
~ _A -__ ... ___ t31 1B-I
HE MET HIS MATCH.
00 14 A--t D .
Y age9uf99e @* I*** Ue Els Swa
Men, as a rule, are more Indifferent
a "acommunicative concerning the in-
roads of age than women are, but the
most amiable woman can generally
nM *a perUtient remark to make when
a' preached impertinently on this sa-
-red theme. "Old Squire Jone doesn't
speak to me now," said a gentle faced,
silver haired lady. "and I ldoat blame
him. lie has excellent reasons for not
wanting any convermtiwon with me.
Several amnaths ago I was hitting in
our carriage near the city librar,.
waiUUg for Helen, when I saw the old
squire drive up near me. lie always
haa something unpleasant to say about
how old we are all getting and what
wrecks we all are. so I pretended not
to see him. Hle came nearer, however,
and accosted me.
"'Isn't that you, Mrs. Brown? How
d'you do. Mr. Brown r
"I turned around and greeted him.
'How do you do. Squire Jones?'
*'My goodness. Mrs Brown,' the
bluff old fellow went on, *how you
have broke! i never would hare known
'Why. Squire Jones,' said 1, 'I was
Just going to say the same thing to
you. I never did see a man age as fast
as you have. What on earth has made
you fail so rapidly? I never would
have known you.'
"The poor old squire shrank down in
his buggy seat and wilted, lie looked
haif his usual size and ten years old-
er and drove off without saying any-
thing further. It was wicked, really.
to d-ial the poor man such a blow. but
If elderly gentlemen want to receive
conmlliments." the silver haired lady
laughingly concluded. "they must go
about distributing them."-Indianapo.
A Cure for Cholea Isfsaftmsr.
"last Maiy." iays Mrs. Ciurtis Baker.
of Itookwalter, Ohio, "an infant child of
ourneighbor's was stiffering fro icholer'u
infantutim. The doctor had given up all
hoIoesiof n-covery. I took a liottl' of
thmnilorlain's (' olit, Cholera andl l)iar-
rhoea Remeldy to the houR,, telling the-n
I felt sunr it would do go0od if unad ae-
cording to dinr.tions. In two days'
time tie child had fully nr.oven-d, a'nd
is now (nearly a year since) n vigoorouts,
healthy girl. I have reo.inmended lthim
ren.dly frequently and have never known
it to fail in any single instance." For
makl by all druggists.
Whiec W'a Literally Obeyed by a
A story Is going the rounds wherein
figure two well known Columbos ladles
and a parrot. .Mrs. A. laid a special
call at the hoinme of Mrs. 11. the other
day and was ushered into the living
room by the nmaid of all work to await
the- nPIl'tarllnicP of Mrs. It.
Mrs. It. had come into possession of a
parril-t only a short time before and
haid Ieenl keeping thie lird itn the living
room. Polly hats a very good command
of English and alp lairs to know when
to use it. Mr:. A. sat down with her
back to the bird without noticing it.
and as Poliy ; iimade no sound she re-
mained its ignor: lice (f i s Ipr'se'nce.
Observing a lb.a;utiful vaste on the
mantel. Mrs. A. ar-ose ffromn her seat
PRINCES TO VISIT US
UNCLE SAM TO ENTERTAIN SCIONS
Member of sthe neigniSg euses of
Russla, rlChina d Slam Soee to Be
iere-RaJaks Prom ladle Comag
to the aUited state.
Uncle Sam la to have a busy summer
and fall entertaining the various
princes and potentates who have ex-
pressed their Intention of sampling the
hospitality of the United States. No
less than three scions of royal houses
are coming to visit us to learn, if they
can, what makes America so success-
ful In war and trade. They are the
Grand Duke Boris of Russia, Prince
fheng of China and the crown prince
In addition to these royal princes It
Is stated at the British embassy at
Washington that many of the lesser
rulers of India, rajahs and nahanra-
jais. who journeyed to Iondon to be
present at the coronation, will return
to their native country by way of the
United States, making stole in the
principal cities of this country.It It s
also said that the brother of King
Menelik of Aloyssinia will pay us a
visit before winter ets in.
The t r'il Duke Boris. first cousin
of the czar of tussia. is seieduled to
arrive In this country the last of July.
e is makin a tour of the world and
will come helire by wtvay of India. Ills
visit will not lbc oflhcial.. .nl no state
functions will (be orgamizedi in his hon-
or. On() an-count of his iear relationship
to the c-'ar. however. li.e will be ac-
cordtidi all thle courts lsossible tit this
ses.to. \l hln olici.iatl V.ashlington Is
s:catterell I'or the sinniiuinr holidaiv.
Count assinilc.the lussiain nl'>nssn--
dor. has arr-;mngeld. h.w,.ever, that the
dlistlmnguisltsil \isllto ''1-ill pay his re-
spIects to P'resihdet ioo' elt at (t yster
Itay. Tlhe count .is ti'. i co ttagne it
liar IIa;rlt r for tli.. i,. :i.l i unti-
ioer of lorillianit uncitfsi to niits will be
given there in tlheI .l'i!|-'s tionior. The
prilice will Iiiland tt Stim i'ra. t'sco naml
visit Niw York. l'Pilatileplihia and ilos
and, crossing time floor, took down the The prince Is a hlmtidsome young
dainty piece of brict-a lrac to examine maii., nut yet twenty-five years oll. lle
IL She gazed oil It rapturously, comn- Is utimti:rrietd aiuml pIsIs.ss's all those
pletely abliorbied by its elegant decora- (u:talitiatiois of iiiiial amitl rson for
tons, when suddenly from just behind which tie house of Itoamitioff Is f:i-
her '-ine the shrill and stern com- mous.
mand: Prince C(heiig. who will visit us after
"lDropit! Drop it'" the coronation. Is the brother of the
Mrs. A. obeyed and turned, with a
scream, to facte the imperturbableo gaze
of Polly. who sat in her -age. with her
green li.-ad slyly Ilwrked too onte side.
On the floor lay thl- Ilwautiful vase I
snmnslhod to lits. At this miiost eltibar-
rassing tmoti'iit Mrs. II. en't*ored the
room. Iteforer Mrs A. couhl x\|l:tin the
situation Plolly slook out iher feathers
"You're it! You're It! You're It!"- i
Ohio State Journal.
Phy stcla and Drmgglmets.
Fiordtl & Stilk -.,,. ;t proo,, nititili t rlting
tirms at K owky Hill Statiim,. Kv writ-e:
* We',- \vwri i-li1i tesld lby I,"r i. It Slnigloy
to i 'tn for ll- rlhini. for tl' I. i.-fit of o ur 0 F
<-ustlo 'mers. Wi-. ordelrrl tlihr-- ol -izetn in
le .iin.r. innd w. oan. ladl to say. II,.-r
liilIe has In iui'V 1u .hli great .m:ti-fii ttih 11
that w %%*a ve luiliet-utted t is oirOlr thlitv-
time. anil toelday w.o ga4tve iyor irsales,-ii i\
at il lit ih r o il
Sll'iul,' i;ik.- p-'. i si.' i sa 'ill -. -i lint ] r ill L
ii.erloill. ofl t .bo tl-ti .1 M tones.
CROWN PRINCE OF BIAA.
present emperor of China and Is fa-
mous through his association with Ll
Hung Chang and that lihe was the en-
voy selected to apologize to the emiC per-
or of ;'rmaniiy for the killing of Itaroni
Ketteler. lie addled to the gayety of na-
tions by refusing to kotow to the em-
peror of (ermany upoon his appearance
at that court.
Prince Cheng is accompanied toy a
suit of tenl IKerTsts. attiong whom are
several distingulshi l Cliltmese states-
men and scholars. The prince Is the
official reprtenemtative of the Celestial
empire to the' coro'itition of King Ed-
ward. Hle Is expected to arri e in1 this
coumitry some time In Ailgust.
It is likely that the Sa l recedence '
will to followed in entertaining these
eminent Chinese' visitors as during the
recent isit of IPrinco'e Henry.
The crown privll oif Siam, Prince
Mahia )ajirazueli. is making a tour of
the world in order to study economic
condItions throughlotit the clivlll.ed
"vorld ills fath l r. King Chulalong-
korn I.. Is one of tiOe most progressiiei
rulers o' tlht' oriet'll
'rTi Sieiia.s' loimci' will collie to this
country so nli i tune i Sltelitmber. lie
will be reveal v4 ii ti all toti-ial formal-
Ity aslid ourtesy.
I I I: i1 :%1 -I,
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< PELLaZER & Rn, Proprietors.
IRtjber Tre Carriages Flee Horses Carsi Drivers
We are well equipped for "Straw Ride." The finest turnouts in the city.
'RBnm meet all train and take pamenger to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stables opposite Public School.
4*00* see*ceesese $ee**$*Sosoe---------
W. F 1GI &11eC Jr.&c. ls t
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0 Perfumer7 and Toilet Articles. '
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Brick, Lime and Cement In Stock. hours; ,ee hour Sundays, 9-00 to 10:34) a. m.; 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
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Offices and Yprds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
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HALIFAX WAGON WORKS r .....-- --
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meats, in con
FINE WAGONS CARRIAGES. ,
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a r ni \\ pii r- li .la tr l toi fiurnirsh all kinds ofm .o
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WE MIElT14 ALL COMPH-ITIION.
Ice Cream Freezers
Are Summer Necessities. A F
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Fresh ...... Fresh Nmtt i ~lk, *-rojuart.. S-
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section with Grocerie
E OF OUR SW]
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Agent for the Ericsson
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Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
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Mouldings. Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
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(Formierly t he. ( ',.V 1)
Centrally Located. G. M. EATON,
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StrkTv First Class. I i
Thedford's Black-Draught has
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complaints no other medicine is
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prifies the blood, and purges the
b e of foul accumulations. It
cures liver complaint indigestion,
sour stomach, dizziness, chills,
rheumatic pains. sideache, back-
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colds and headache. Every drug-
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Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THENCE via Platal Express Steamships.
Sailings from Savannah
THREE SHIPS EVERY WEEK
To New York. nmkin l,-, .,*onn.,.tionNew Yorkew York-Boston hips or Sound
Limes. All ti-k.t angents ani suiijlie~l with monthly sailing sthedules. Write for
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I'. E. L:VI'l'll:.. Manager. E. T. ('HARLTON. G. F. & IP. A.
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ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
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Adheville, through "The Land of the Sky."
Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated is
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Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
Ask fTr Tiekete via Sethera Railway. Correspemdeae HeltdL
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THE MOST DEARLY BELOVED SPOT
IN OLD MEXICO
to mmufd mews byow i Sies-
There is t. spot In all Mezxi o
dearly beloved as the little town of
Guadalupt. which is two and a halt
miles north of the City of Mexico.
The little village has only 3.000 souls,
but many mor.- thoustuds visit the
place on certain days ln tb.- year when
pilgrimages are made to the holy
shrine of Guadalupe.
The 1st of January and the 12th of
each month the faithful visit this place
and toll up the bill on which It Is mid
that the virgin Guadalupe appeared to
Juan Diego, an Indian boy.
According to tradition, Juan was
trudging over the bill of Tepeyac o
his way to the city on the morning of
Dec. 9, 15S1, and as he reached the
eastern slope of the bill he heard
sounds like music. He stopped to Ila-
ten. and at that moment a cloud ap-
peared and In the midst of It a beauti-
ful lady. Sbhe told him to go to the
bishop In her name and to tell him that
It was her wish that a church should
be built on that spot, where she would
always be found to give aid to all In
trouble. Juan Diego hurried to the
bishop with the story of the virgin, but
no attention was paid to It. Upon his
return home the lady appeared again
In the same spot and urged Juan to go
again to the bishop.
The following day was the Sabbath,
and after mass Juan found the bishop
and repeated the message once more.
The bishop told him to bring a sign
from the virgin. Juan saw the virgin
again upon his return home, and she
promised to give him a sign, which she
did on Dec. 12 as he was going to con-
fession. Hlie passed this time near the
foot of the hilL where she appeared
once more. and while In conversation
with Juan she stamped her foot by
way of emphasis, and water flowed at
once from Ute dry, barren hillside, and
two holy wells mark that spot today.
The virgin then told Juan to climb to
the summit of that barren rocky hill
and he would find roses growing there.
which he was to gather and carry in
his "tllma" to the bishop. Juan did as
he was told and found the loveliest
roses growing Just where she had told
him to search for them. lie gathered
them all and placed them in his "tll-
ma." a sort of blanket
When he arrived at the house of the
bishop and opened the blanket, the
roses fell to the floor, and a picture In
colors appeared on the blanket repre-
senting the virgin as she had appeared
to Juan. The bishop fell on his knees
In prayer and arose with a promise to
build a chapel on the spot the virgin
Bishop Zumarraga set about to build
the church, and when it was completed
the "'tilma" was placed above the altar
In a frame of gold and silver.
That little chapel has since been re.
placed by the magnilflcnt church to be
seen today. There are also two other
churches to mark the spot on which
the roses were gathered on the summit
and at the holy well where the virgin
last appeared to Juan. This miracle was
recognized In IG;3, and In 1754 It was
fully sanctioned and confirmed by a
papal bull Later. In 1824. congress de-
creed Dec. 12 to be a national holiday.
Hiidalgo took a picture of Guadalupe
for his standard. around which rallied
the first army of the revolutionists,
and the happy issue that her assistance
gave to that war endeared her still
more to the people. This picture on
the "tilma" is a wonderful pitce of
work. Artists from all over the world
have examined it and have testified
that it Is of no known style of painting.
The Indian garment of Ixtii fiber is of
a coarse weave. The picture appears
on both sides of the cloth and is as
bright as netw. although said to be over
300 years old. The Church of Nuestra
Senora de Guadalupe. In which this
marvelous picture hangs, is said by ex-
perts to be one of the richest and hand-
somest on earth today. Its treasures
can be counted by millions. It ,was
dedicated May 1. 1700, and Is 184 feet
long by 122 feet wide. It has a vaulted
roof. supported by Corinthlan columns.
The whole is surmounted by a dome,
the lantern of which Is 125 feet above
the floor. The building cost $1.181.000.
The Jewels, gold and silver plate and
other rich belongings nearly all belong
to the government and are estimated
at $2,000,000 more.
The church possesses a very costly
crown for the virgin. It is of solid
gold and weglKhs many pounds. There
are six shields on the crown for the
six archbishops of Mexico, and they
are all surrounded by diamonds. There
are a number of angels, each having an
Immense ruby on the breast, while the
rest of the surface of the crown is cov-
ered with sapphires and emeralds. This
crown is surmounted by the Mexican
eagle, holding aloft a large diamond
The poor pilgrims are not able. many
of them., to form an Idea of the rich-
ness of this church, with its commun-
ion rail and balustrades front the
anctuaryto to the choir of solid silver.
They are three feet high. with a top
molding a foot wide and a still more
massive base. The sacred vessels are
all of pure gold embedded with pre
clous stones. The choir has some fine
carvings done in ebony and mahogany. .
The 0aest is a basso relievo above the t
stalls, illustrating the litany of the 1
Artists were brought from France to
paint the frescoes on the walls, and the
paintings and statues were the work of
th0 best European artists and sculp-
tos. The organ In Itself represents a
small fortune.-Cleveland Plain Deal-
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S. A .. Montgomery, Puxico. Wayne
Co., Mo.. writes: -" have little twin
girls, who have been bothered with
worms all their lives. I tried everything
to relieve then which failed until I ined
White's Cream Vermifuge; the first two
doses brought four worma from one of I
tthe, he next two doe, twelve, one of
them measuring twelve Inches; the other
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Pkinre. Juice from Natural Roots.
Emy mbMEOW b oni 3- i bfiek
M 3 P9 wr Um n~kf.AX.& mICC.MM
PwIO0, 50 CuI~ta.
beu y JAMES F. LALLARD, SL. Lous, I.,
Through tickets to New York, Philadelphia.
New Haven, New London, NtonhigtoU,
Providenre. Fall River, Boston and
ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at rates LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER LINE. Three tesor
trainauvery Thurslay. leaving Jaksonville as follows:
Via the .Se lll.n.s.......................10:10 ,. nm. (Metropolitan Limited.)
Via Plant Systemt.......... .............. :l1.-p.m. 1 .
Via '4eaboar, Air Lino................... ,:4 i..m. (Fast Mail.)
I'Pa.sseners leave Ilytona t3:219 am and
:'.'22 ploi. making ,os. .omnet-tionas.
l"For illistriated matter, di;,gramms.n. r,-.rvttiono, tikketf, etc.. address
PVR gent Jtwwmvile' loridau
I ;ee) H if.lark. bwl -%ii AgUt- lDa~tO1nn.Flit.
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS Rty"
Western & Atlantic Railroad.
route (of tiat*
"Chicaio and Florida [imited i fain
anit 1)i ,xiv Fer- b-o-pingecar-4
'Il. 4 Itivig-4 :11141 Fl' Iifln 11imi tei I is the lific 1jklst t rain from St. Augustin.
and .lacksi ill vill.- tt '4 imat ta tits ui. Nash ville. Lmisvii~ille 1and41Chicago with IPullmn,@'
fin.o-t #I tso,.-v vIt i4,11 :I I IIl l~rm'ii. riI,),,Ili ls I, *~ di~iiing cars, etc.. through without
fimusllliiviILt- llth ..nrind sleepier via Atlanta saj '
M arltill t4) 'S'. bImIis itlI4Ii~t 0-h*;11 g .
Fo~r itifi4111ti imit i re-Lit i ye IitelYt#s. sliced, % n-p..t. 4wfii l..ar tirvati iin, ,w nite to
AtI~mmt,. ;I.Jfliu4E~nville, Fla,
u. I.. sn'. S l'ri.mf11iv Mo ri-n,i mNa;shville. Tenn.i
JACKSONVIT-T-T and NEW YORK.
4*:Illinmi at ('i;harlstin ii. ('.. Ilith ways.
THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE SERVICE.
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
lDin--t Servio- l'ttw, n
JACKSONVILLEL. BO*ToN AND PR.OVIDINCL.
AND ALL EASTERN POINTS.
'.iEll t: ;it 'l.lr ALith WayS.
From Lewis' Wharf. Boston
from foot Catherine street, Jackssmvilo
(TYP 'S S. .JOHN hS RIVER LINE.
Between Jacksonville and Sanford
ST'l'OPIING AT I'ALA.\Tk\. \ sNTl. ST .ItANIS. IERE"SFORD. (DEit:lA.ND)
ItI.I E SI'IMIN Si ;iiIlIt in. .liat,, l.,,isltilm- s ,n ( Sr .SH.I IINS IIITEiR.
s'', 1|Ii "LOUISE,"
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pin ......... 11:2.-Dam
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Noe. 4- l~ie i.llt ..r-'alrrites l'illimliiil Pb,:\%ing lkgh'1,11)I lttiff-t t %l....4pillg Cars.
lar14ksi imvilIeIt-tI ISt. il4)lliis ttal.nq Jaks pilt viIlttel Itf1Ciii-- j \ iI II ( t it h 4-llt1tin l%.I II a tkI ing
uniwt. ommt-ttttiun tit Nashville it' ith 4-:11-s ~Z fl ill- 1,1111 i*\ lie- ;11141 I 4 itlcila~ i
onaly stoi~s lt following A. V. & W. sltait lll-: Ia~f.*l ~ M aiul l i i..i I
'lirtioigh cti,*ileA Imlkt Weei lejVkA4)I%-j llh' :unil \I:i'4 III-
Nit. 2-11i v yFXIpr*5-ss to~bs:'Iaittll At. V. & WI.. uI 'mitti-4116411'.~~ .. iiet~
(411~ieitillas mutil at .ai Lsintiie%%titla-11 al ilt II I'llMIli I tii. eNI1~*ti
Ai r Line" andill ivriitila East Ii lamtt ym.
F. 11. [BA RN ES, 4 wit. Still't. S. DI. lIlKT. 11 Tici. I:-vs. Agt.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
To St. Louis and Chicago
'llnman Palace SIeping 'Cars from Jaucksmn\ille to St l., i. aiinl tI tl.'hh ,,.
kla.t inm lr Iwksinillle daily at N p. in. via th-. finl'.iON
M-. -A a V" V
General Passenger and Ticket office,
204 W. Bay st. Jacksonville.
'mIos. Ii). ii ~l i.,tN,-ailt. 11 4I'I.M ELLI. At. IAIi. Silism..
THIEO. UI. EGiER, NWI P. C6LYiE & CO..
Uim....&ionm.Pugh I lmilli~nz. 19 Simt.,St.. 4;p..t ~tivI'ik. N..%%'i oiL.
I Cent eGac) in 1000 Lots
TheI' i'?t Line.
Li G *10 pll
10:.-0* Iam l r