Title: The Daytona gazette=news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075895/00416
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Title: The Daytona gazette=news
Uniform Title: Daytona Gazette-news
Alternate Title: Ormond gazette=news
Daytona gazette news
Ormond gazette news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Fitzgerald
Place of Publication: Daytona ; Ormond, Fla.
Daytona Fla
Publication Date: December 28, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1922?
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075895
Volume ID: VID00416
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 27730702
alephbibnum - 002059610
lccn - sn 93059208
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Daytona. Florida. Dec. 28. 1901

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o aYthhiga thefollowig line: vis
NeIwspapo Magazines
MumII oods Artist's Supplies
FriNt outs
Ooda Watcbhe
Tol Aruid Pocket Knives
* spotlag Goods Gafme
Cabges nd Glass
School Supplies
Wimow BMad Masks
Toys Notions

ImwU s a6sd Wis's nooame.salways fesh. Being machines for sale,
2 Ms,M and rupai A. Allorsof tookad machinery repaired promptly.
......PktIe Fhrms Made to Order ......

W Yearoume Wihy a on BARNES

sBetor at ackmoavill, Palm Beach and Lake City.

A FW LA ofFrhwit, Coaletioer, Ciga and Tobacco. We Carry the Finest
m of Cdi tin City, at the Lowese Pricw. All Goods Ilelivered Promptly.
Create d drops 25 emts a pomid. Fresh mixed dats 20c a lb., 2 lb for 35c
-Cbeola wstmwbts 40Mats a poud. Florida Pecans, 20c a lb.. 2 lbs. for 35c
Cbmelatea mlB 4Mtos pama. Baglish Walnuts 20c a lb., 2 lbe. for 35c
Hose 3b Slb I a.35c
MHal p 1 S Oe wM cAt 25 C. 8chraft's and Lowney's candiess.
Amorted Iba etm of frit put up to order on short notice.
AggaWc for 1 lEmpre sCigaretts-wholesale and retail.

Purm CA3RLLAS, Proprbetor..


Cu oCwieMan.,

is beak to Daytema ad has
opm his tor k tme buamig
mat to Mw's Beariwa tou.
He hbs a lare lirm of Caris and
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t received a large
oods mBanhtetred
national Biscit Co.
Dticly hghr -nd
ig can be found to
m. Hemre a ome

Im Wafers
wnie Wafers
umit Cake
ad Boo BOas
tter Gems
O'clock Tes
as Crackers
Bette Walers
iter Biseuit

nmkfact Bacon, the
money can buy.

e airgst and mnet
foods is the city.

largest a mortment
amged ood& in the
Sprice of course


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Daytona, Florida,
'Phone 74.

The public schools are closed for a two- Eru'.-.t Duavis returned froin Colorado
weeks' vacation. Tie-d tv
D. F. Morrison spent Chlristmas with iO(firabamr ail rye hre.ad at the
his family at Barberville. railingg liakery.

Dr. G. M. Wallac-p nndl Andrew BIto,-

Thn# rt Iio.. until trains in.e late almoi st

trum were down from Ormond Monday. o,\-,ery da recently.

IWThe Halifax Wagon Works can
make your old carriage or buggy look
like new.
I'Brain bread, the great brain devel-
operand nerve builder. fresh eery day
at the Gramling Bakery.
IWMrs. J.A.Douglass, the milliner, has

i'"A full line of artists mupplien always
on hand at Geo. H. Clark s.
Ip.Pine cottolenie in bulk at 10 ce-nts
Ix.r pound at T-Pot Grocery.
ke"For fine carriage painting go to
th, Hllalifax ;igo,,n Works.
t tK A st AGwinnr tim theinminters and

the finest line of silks for trimmings in laprI-h6n9..rs. have a lar.. for.I of men
the city. ('all and see them.t r k
Mrs. H. L. Lochersperger arri..d from Miss Loia iR,berts. of Palatka, has
Chicago last Sunday, and will spend thie been the guest of Dr. Edith Brush the
winter with her husband at theHBrvakers. pasth k.

' Rev. F. J. Longdon %%ill preach at the
Christian church, in the Seminole Build-
ing, to-morrow. Morning services at 11;
evening services at 6:30.
Collector of Customs Adams, of Ja.k-
sonvillo, will be in town to-day to in-
spect the two new boats, Columbia and
Cruiser, which have just been launched.
The Columbia will make her first triui
on the run between Daytona and New
Smyrna next Monday morning, leaving
Conrad's dock at nine o,elock. The far.e
for the round trip iA one dollar.
Roy P. Barker will give a musical at
the.Wilman' Opera House, at Sealor-oze,
about the first of February. Outside
and local talent will take part and it is
expected that the entertainment will Ibe
quite a treat.

With this issue the GAZETTE-NEWS has
been under the present management for
one year. During that time the adver-
tising patronage has been doubled andl
trebled, and our subscription list ha.s

ILJ.'astman k odak tilms. also develop-
ing and printing for amateurs. .Harris'
Photo Studio, 'phone 91.
A great many "little brown jugs"
have been received at the express office
during the past few days.

irTry the Domestic Baker's 8 cent
cream loaf. Volusia avenue.
a..For fine work call on Kost &
G winner, the painters and paper hangers.
girEpiscopal prayer books and Bible"
at Clark's jewelry and stationery store.
i The Christmas music at St. Mary's
Church will be repeated next Sunday
Attorney C. H. Spencer was over to
DeLand last Friday and Saturday on
legal business.
Mrs. K. Schuckmann and Miss Kather-
ine Zaren. of Milwaukee, Wis., are guests
of S*'-,h midt's Villa.
-%fMrs. .. A. Douglass, the milliner,
has just received a new line of new hats.
Don't fail to call and see the exquisite
W. M. Vance, the advance man for
"Faust" arrived Tuesday. The com-
pany will arrive here about Sunday and
will take a week's vacation here.
A cardload of new furniture arrived
for the G;rand Atlantic, and another car-

Wifl fyou want a nice home dressed, load is expected next week. Work is
turkey for New Year leave your order progresing rapidly on the new part of
at J. I. Odum's meat market. the house and it will be completed in a
Mis.-i. Marsh. teachdir of vocal music at couple of days.
Rollins College.. will sinm at the Congre- Dr and Mrs. F. H.oughton stopped
r'at ional ,chur,.I tomorrow at eleven of at Daytona Monday to shake hands
,.h,.k. With their numerous friends. They
Thle M, tilist Ei|i .< pqal church ha.s. were on their way from Columbus, Ohio,
beei, tnrated to a new coat of paint, to Palm Beach, where their house boat,
whi,-h adds gr,.ailv to the appearance the Dentos. has been during the summer.

of the edifive.
'haI .\. Ste'.lc is hotII. from thi We'tt
' oast. whe.in- he has lt"1n for some time
buying oranges, to s|lennl the holidays
"iti his family

Skilled work. This y"t .-an feel sure
of g-etting if you take your wvatclihe to

Schmidt's Villa had a very handsomely
decorated Christmas tree Tuesday even-
ing. There was something on it for all
the guests of the house and for the mem-
bers of Mr. Schmidt's family. It was
decorated as fine as any tree our atton-
ati as been called to this year.

been nearly doubled. Wray.'s i, eler) Music -Store. II. Matthews has entertained four
OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL The Grand Army of the' Republic will Mrs. Walter Noll has lien visiting wtI hundred drummers at the City Hotel
shirt sale on at Hill's just now. have an installation of officers at friends a* Oak Hill during the k. during the pat three months, in addi-
hirt sale on at Hill's just now. sonic Hall next Friday evening. N hiih lle- husbai it on Tu nd tion to a number of tourists and other
Fish Commissioner Detwiler was in will be followed by a camp-tire at the. r.'tirned with Mrs. Noll Thursdaty. guests. This is the largest number en-
town Thursday. City Hotel. Visiting comrades and Con,- Anugist S.hiniIt returned from iIN tertained by this popular hostelry since
W`Phoenix Silvestris palms for sale. federate veterans cordially invited to lie i Land. where lie has i-An attending the it has been doing business.
apply to E. N. Waldron. present. Steison Inivri.it last Saturday. lie We desire to call the attention of uon-
I Boston Brown Bread and Baked Cook, of Charvoix Mid,.. I,.l. nw tho abhl a..itant in his father's residenthunters to the fact that they are
o on.Y.hcoCoo, o Chalevoix.- Mi t. required to pay a state license of ten
Beans at the Gramling Bakery to-day. at Port Orange Monday morning of
dollars. A number of strangers have
Rev. J. A. Patillo left yesterday morn- heart trouble. He was 68 years of g. ol,, l i stole. of hicago. is one of ollare n hunting in tumher of straner have
ing for his new field of duty at Williston. and came to Port Orange about two ti, ,titi'iihed guests of the ahnetto,
months ago. The remains were prl'- arr % ing last w.-,k. (Coloni-1 Tilestonhas
The Post trial will in all probabilitybe pared by Binghan & Maley an hippd p. tw i at t. la inble to run p against the game war
called the 15th of January at Jackson- to Michigan for interment. in .l,. ksonxii. di.m.
villa. 'IU brl'iilm'll, s repaired and re-iovered
Ig.Furnisbed rooms for renton South Landlord Chamlbrlin, of the hl'am.inwt to, The. ;. 1'. l a logh t uia y ar put-Novelty Store.
lmettoavn o. I nqui re of F. G. Lind-entertained his guests to a card Iparty ting in th phi in Rv. Shaffer at ar Novelty
theeveningoft'hri-otonas,. At tl,,- h..- lion- o(n the coriw.rof lidg'ewood and lt-v. J. B. Hawk will preach to the
of the contest very dainty refre'hlinints S.'Oi-wl avtnut'. Tihn-i tim: is kept very .Freemasons of lDaytona and vicinity to-
Choice furnished rooms on Beach street were served, and Mr. Chanimltrlin pr'- busy this saponi, aii Atl ait ie'5etit has |morrow morning at eleven o'clock at the
for rent. Inquire at the GAZETTE-NEWSB ented each player w ith a prize. the. one contracts for t le v.Irk in a miniber of l'"irst M. E. church. All Masons. both
o0ece. with the highest score taking first choice, oth, r ine rI-id r... .* resident and visiting, together with their
Min Baldwin, of Lancaster, Pa., is the second highest second hoie. and so Th ne v y Big friends and the public generally, are cor-
one of the recent arrivals at the popular on down. r Club ill hld at th ialy invited to attend the service. The
DnT ,n Hrmou will be drawn from the beautiful
Daytona House. gS"New caps for men. women and House next W". netlay evening. lhe co- n will be drawn from the beautiful
i Manonic symbolism.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tolliman,of Msaae- tani for children at Hill's. mintt'e in clihirc. of the furi-tion are muak- Maoni yboli.
chusettrs, are spending the winter at ing I 'preparations for a jolly tunie. Thae ~..fSewing machines for sale, rent and
the Daytona House. The Palmetto entertained about sixty music will bE f rnied by the Spangler- repaired at Barnes' Novelty Store.
a .. d guests to a very sumptuous (Christias Fi.Ihler-Helm.In rbestra. I
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Warren andMrs. I dinner. The dining room was very Some people ay that advertising does
E. W. Evans, of Olivet, Mich., are late beautifully decorated, and hbeide of each The Sunday school chillrnn and Junior not pay, but the other day in Chicago
arrivals at the Daytona House. cover was a handsome souvenir bill of Ep'.vorth L'i.ngue of the Methodist Epis-j one of the big department stores signed
Mss. Gardner, Char Laoru fare. designed especially for the ocva.ion. coipal churirh of tli- i'ity and Seabreze a contract for a page advertisement in
and Albert Holmes, of Charlevoix, The dinner was under the msupervibion of ient a box of Christmas presents to the the Tribune of that city every day ex-
ard sedI gthe week in aytlonxa efficientt chef of the house. Frederik New- j Boylan Industreal S'hool and l Home. at cept Sunday for which the firm agrees to
are ipediag the week in Daytona. hall. who for years was in charge a t the Jacksonville. The box contained toys. pay $120,000. This is said to be the
Thef[GArra-News is on sale atClark's viands of the St. James at .Isksoinville. dolls. picture books made hy th.-Juniors. largest single newspaper contract ever
and Bare' news stand every week. It hooks. cl othini,. it. made. Yet ,mne people say that adver-
is also on file in all the leading hotels< .ll's. h ,,,.h.,rt.,.t ,,,,tisin. 41 ,l not pay.-AdaIndex.
throughout the state. Ja.',,hevill, .1 lay nftena 0 Mr. n |'i.tureN framed to order at Barneti
Henry (;. Perkinarrived from Grand The igo & Florida Lmitd as the Ig : had the Sweetheart up Novelty Store.
Rapids, Mich., lt aturday. and as ml e of the otbul d o ra t h-f "ri' for .s toe w neeiks nider'going repais.. h
usu is the guest of the Palmetto, Pullan's ve1tibuled day coaches. draw 4 -1 ,,,. a e ive k Chapto. No 5. 1 1E. S. held
where he is very popular. Mrs. Perkins ing rooml, sleeping. ob-servation and ti i .talls.-1 in lh r. and nnew proi.llers aIldleId. their regular meeting Christuma evening.
isexpectedtoarriveinacoupkofweks ingcars, that will be innugurated" a' Th..tled.apacity ,f the boat I 1# 4M1 The business wa 8 ru1d through and
iaexpicyd to arve dn couple of weeks. b d i b C iwerai an it a. n Chicago an ,, k the evening given up to social pleasures.
The Sunday school children of the M. Augustine, on and after .lanuary ;th. 'i,,na, i,-l ,,,. Christm.nas tree was the nmeans of much
E. church, South, had a Christmas tree 1902. over the C. & KF I. Ky F. & '. II fun anl laughter. All thechlldren were
at thechurchChristmas evening. A pro- Ry L. A. N. Rv., N C. & St. L. Ily W. 'Tla lin,.- "in.t ilh a ,..i painful made happy by thuir gifts and candy
gram, consisting of recitations and & A. Iy.. C. of G;. Ry.. Plant Sys.tvll andti .,'il,'nltat I )ilhungha ll'0 N1',oly nWorks iags. .Mis Ballouigh andMr. Tho'ancaon
songs, were very charmingly renderedby F. E. C. Ry. l "wTuaesday norniL 'i, was ,i.'rating provided sweet musii,. while some of the
the little people la iCkiimo ;ore- ,John.,It.Io : lim. ,ut- sisters prepared the evening's repast,
the it ^p-p. "'Commodore John K. US..ll ii, ji t,,t, .!...k-. \ h,.n ,,n.. of th.' urpjrising thte hirothr' with a regular
The Hotel Despland had a very elabo- party of friends, of Hartford,. Coiln., ari l,,i,.ox slil,,-, a;,'l ..- a re'.-,lt .li is nmlo Masouii. banquet. their much talked of
rateChristmas dinner, to which a goodly at the Palmetto for a f.-w ia'.s ( ',*%s intln t, in ,.r- 11,. Was tiak'n to ,'hiiken lie on'eIuying a prominent place.
number of townspeople joined the' regu modore Russell is on his way to T' ituii- Ir \t .. A'- ,tti..-' imiiniat,.ly :inidld Aflt.r the brothers had shown their ap-
lar guests.of the house. A very nice ville. where his yacht. the' Aelnor. is t,, ,., ij ia-I ,hul. ressee-d. Mr. IInvyt- i,riatioi of ttw iisters'effort. the man-
menu was printed by Printer Osbrrn for dergoingrepairs.preparatolry to being piit ha is i...in eil,!.,l--v.', iin t.. \,,v-lt Works dh,lin and guitar again charged the
the occasion. Thedining room wandeco- into commission. As usual th.i ( 'an. ,, u,,i, t ir..,. .'' audience. Good night and Merry Christ-
rated withfern, floweiT.bolly and yellow dore has sent on ahead a; quantity of ; i were heard to echo. the light were
essamine. choir's v-iands and refreshine a tl. lli I'll Th,. Maui.a i, 'l \1-1 r, ,Ii- last we'k jeb- mula. were hear-d toecho, the lights w.re-
Ieam put ,it and all left. feeling younger and
I many friends at the Palmetto regret ih-h..I .',.i ery "***satiomal stuff ahl)ut halplier for their frolic.
Phillip F. White, who makes his home that his stay with them is -fiuch a short ,eit.aiti m,. ,:Ir- .h, iir. IIolin-s" lianld.
at Port Orange in the winter season, is duration. t, o in Ie.,t.,ta. It i alleged that h a .Arti-ts'suippliesat Barne'' Novelty
oneofthe most succet mful fish en in m,,.i,,.-n ti- I,-til, f ianctiftied ') ,,,.
thi section. H e is from Ocean Grove,. O 'New w walking skirt" at H ill i ..i... ar tl i T ,. ri .'ir.-r Fnitiwfillv a ~t e
New Jersey, and has handled the rod and
New Jeverseyine he was a smandledl boy. He The First Mehthitdist Epi-i. opal iiichurchli tl nil if.. I.-.it r'is llii'ti,,l ,l th i. Tl'..i F. F. 'lub, of south Ridge-
el eer peialite he waki a mall boy. He i Christma exercise were a ,di.cihed -di ,tr-opoli.. wr tt'ii ,\ ..rsoin in North wi eod. gave th.ir first monthly amateur
a rakes a opeciality of taking, out n hing ~" The progtnan I y the hitl, i., 1s-o, : .'AIa. w lo .: ,in.-tly tint.r.-st-.l in entertainim.nt tbefure a large audienv at
parties from Port Orange,anheawent without a nithi f,., th.. ,.tar th,. -.. t 0 I,' VSi,,S A L.t coiple of the M.j,,r M lellett's on Christmas Eve.
good t rtsupplyed to shore without a The church choir rendered soin.- very .v e n i .linin lt t h.ir ht-irm ,ial-- andl adilrei The sie splitting fanre in two acts, **Ad-
ood supply of the lnnytribmusic. The "tree" wa-; a departure anl ab!t th11'e s: l; i t:l a Itopul!- of v.-rtibing for a Servant"' kept the auili-
'eoldest wave so far this season. from the regulation i.dar. tine pal- tnwn i.eft their faniiii. dN a ilestitute .on- .,.. laughing from start to Anish. The
and in fact for veral seasons, was that metto stood on the rostr'um. beautifully edition at that. all th.. artie. ,laminig cast of chara.rs were assumed by the
of last Satarday morning, when the decorated and Iadn vith mi:ly pre.- that ths.y w.h'.-. % .%l!..l qi..,In .y th.I Divine f,,ill,,w ing: Mrs. Chas. Bray. in want of
Sthermometer went down to twenty de- ents, bags of candy, nuts. and it ,.ero uT pirit te r fIth :t-t 1 .r, Inh. ..... a girl. was well acted and dressled I,v
guess. The cold wave had been pre- supply of the golden fruit. The eti l' v l a.. : tt. t t hresa iittman; Ch. Bray a
dicted for couple of days and most of church was very tastily decorates. %it'o ri- .i,,t -by0, tA authoiti,. thwr, fusy oll crank, by Mr. Est; Bridget
St o "p**m.>v. 1.11 al,t it ;- said that they (' Tingley. an irish jewel, was well done
it peope w hpre ppareind to apt A stranger wa.s brought her from are nowti, hi.re. \\ i ',faiii from n iving ,brogue and all, by Miss Roie Dittman;I
emergency. ThIowhoareinaposition Port Orange Monday. suffering witr ani n-iarimes ;at pies,-i' lit later ion, ex Katherine Katzenheimer, Dutch as sauer
to know inform un that the orange trees
Ststlto k now eriorm injury the sap is brain trouble. He was put off tI.e pa- p et to I- ab!.-t giv n :e inf,,rmaation kraut. was taken successfully by John
tall in the roots. Many of the gardep ns enger train at that place. s-uppo-ed to on thl ub..-t.. 'elh'ltt: L.illy Snowdrop, a colored girl
all in the roo Many of the ar be intoxicated. aprs in his posses-sio ith cein eake-walk, was richly acted

t For Christmas

Daytona, Florid

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Is Daytona's n 'west
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Watch thie space for our money saving

advertisement next week.

Yours to Pleaset

IMoore Bros.I

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: The Largest and Most Complete Stock
of Drugs in Daytona. 'rescriptions com-
Spounded by Itegistered I'harniacist only.

0 Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
TRY OUlR PINE TAR COUGH BA L&AM-25. cents a bottle.
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We have all the nice things for your Chritrnas dinner. We have
just receie-d a fremh line of fancy eakes; here are a few of them:
Crinklet bars, cheese mandwhi'hes, fruit rake, five o'clock teas,
butter thin. dainty minuettes,. el-rry tarts and orange wafers.

We have nice line of candies.



'Phone 19.

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PubH~sd Evry Sasturday.


$1.50 per Annum, 8trictly in Advamnce.
Single Copy Five C utO.
Diplay, 10c per Inch Each Inmertion.
Beadrs, 10c per Line Each lmertion.

1C1ommunicationse on live topis of
local intent soliited. Anything per.
taimingtopersonal grievenues or quartet
will not be published except over the
writer's signature, and at our regular
advertising rate#,.

Entered at the Poetofce at Daytona.
Florida. as Second Clas Matter.

Satmuray, Dec. aS, -01.


Once upe a time-to be more po
else. a the latter part f the eightesth
eatpry-the lived a worthy Cosnecti-
eCt divine samed the Rev. Samuel
Peters. Petm wua a pteturesque per-
ogie na bMs way, but his fame rest
eirely apa the fact that he wrote a
bhos. ThiS is Om of the most mar-
Ylsu5 woram ever eme from the

t was Mr. Pters for example, who
mt din ed o and made known to
the worid that the fot der of Tal
eeges was a Rev. Thmas Pu er,
evidently eme of hs own ancestors;
th at Bellows Pals the water owed
so fst that It became as hard as mar-
be making It possible to float a crow,
bar upon It; that two most marvelous
quadrupe4 d the -whappermocker" and
the "cuba" (evidently the ancestors o
the Jabberwolki dreamed wild In the
Owsetct forests, ad It ts also from
Mr. Peters that we *rst learn of the
faSmou mearslo of the Windham
But was tn the early Jurisprudec
of Connecticut that this expatriate
made Isll moeet taIeeosat dicoveris.
Be informed ble Bagliah readers-end
mot of them believe the story do-
voutly to ibts day-that the citlsewu
".L 0k *t *p b. foidn tw WW

Hubert Labadie will produce 'Faunt wo Wi to pl.wer o. any -
to make mince pies. to play on any In-
at the Daytona Opera House Thursday strument of musal except the drum.
evening, January 2. 1902r.Mr. Schant trumpet or Jewsbarp. and that every
having his electric lights in operation. male must have his bat cut round. *"ac
fa- electric efeets will be produced. No cording to a cap." the model preferably
palmn will be spared to produce it as belng the hard shell of a pumpkain.-
melafuy and elaborately as in many Leahe's Monthly.
laer places. The Gaineville Sun of P Maw d eda..
DIe. 21 says: All purebasers of folding beds do net
FAIRT AS IT OGOnT T I BE PLAYED. buy them solely for the sake of saving
There have been a great many com- room. According to a manufacturer.
panse on the road during the peat nome people with ample home room at
tweunty4ve yeas who have endeavored command buy them. for one reason, so
to play "Faust." Not every company! t that the roo In w they are placed
has made a sueoan euort to present can be put to other uses than as bed-
sselebmatd piece as it ought to be. This manacturer meted one
Tb"e manufacturer mentlonol one
Solar uthiscity is coaneremd it w New York family In whose bouse are
1ht an Hubert Labodie and his excellent eleven fine folding beds. Any room to
eamapy to play "Faust" as it ought to thbe qase designed for and equipped as
p played. The company who presented a sleeping room could easily be tranm
O pime lat night at Edwards Opera formed from a bedroom to one that had
Mm is on of the very best companies no appearancem of a sleeping apartment
oe in t" city. whatever.
onowon" at the Palmetto There are produced nowadays folding
ate are now on sale at t5 Palmetto s beds of one kind and another that are
gPore. Reserved seats 75 cents sod at low prices. but the most eatly
of the Gner folding beds may eastly be
w lami u-e in numberlem ways Pret dear arlars.
BaLLAR'S SNOW LINAMENT is a The manufacturer told of one dab-
gl1 and valuable remedy. Price, 25 erately designed and fitnbed folding
emvw. Dr. J. M. Jones. bed that cost $1.000, the cost of the
carving aloe having been $300.--New
York unM


Uo.Ty HoI.. FLA., Dec. 27, 1901.-
On Friday last Mrs. Rook, of New York,
em to visit her mother, Mrs. Taylor.
Me expects to remain here for two

ms. Gwyna ft for her bome in Vir-
-last Sanday.
Chritmas day seems to have been a
day of much plesumre amongst us. sev-
eal of the children had Xmas trees,
=mem Daytona friends came to partake
fourgood cheer. '

Mr. Ldeday held service at his house
leor the Holinew people and hospitably
estertained between 40 and 50 of the

Next Sunday, 29th, Rev. Mr. Arnold
purposes holding service at 3 o'clock in
oar school house. We hope there will
hea god atsndance.

W ebe-mem AtmOetoem I
PBMp T. White, of Port Orange, wil
S tlakeosutparty of two on fishing trip
F lr $2.00 per day, and furnish plenty of
halt. Boats, lin and bait furnished for
01.50 per day.

ge Was asm Oaserver.
Dtid George write to you every day
WAft bo was traveling around"
every day."
"What reglarityr"
"ea, but I discovered that every one
Sthe liter was written here In his
.*e before he started, and all be bad
t o wde wmto drop one In the postofce
however he ebanced to be."
ond hew did you fnd that out r
'The V eI his okce typewriter Is
bh -"-Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Engh gentleman living in Italy
S daughter' husband was an Ital-
sa s1eer asid. -Itallans make the best
bd tios Europe If they have good
WIM'."-Lm dmn MalL


filimg, smothering, palpita-
sof, pain in left side, shortness
thead iegnular or intermit-
Mt puie rewarded circula-
SaUli come from a weak or
4dfhive heart. Overcome
eme faults by building up the
mmt-mcusdes making dthe
ht"mewes strong and vior-
6w Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
the eftmedyto ue. -- Its

t vo he a WAw f

him6svw am us%= bst
It to ~ ba veri
.Iham tO teak D D T i.eB
Ush..... mad w ma mod

ur at of Tvale.
The real. aetual unit of value In the
United Statte la the sliver quarter.
The dime lt out of place. In the bar
you get two drinks for a quarter; you
buy two emars for a quarter. One ci
gar for 10 eots seem plebeian, aso you
take two for a quarter. In the restau-
rant you are ashamed to give the waitt
er a 10 cent tip and cannot afford to
give him a quarter, but moral ceoward-
tee drives you to let him bave the
quarter. The quarter Is the most beau-
tiul silver cola In the world. It is of
the moet convenlent hsie. Mix up a
lot of dimes. lnckels and copper cents
Im Dnor cket nid your sense af toneb

me -k~f

J. C. PI;'T-kEPkLiB, MA11AGU.
Electrical Contrctor


*Fuiu supply of all kind of electrical
appliances and supplies always on hand.

Spcdal AtterI*M to Marim Wwk.

A *r o .f Otatn.
She had been having fun with Dude-
kins a leaong time, and he made up what
mind be had to get even. It took the
form to a brilliant and cogent conun-
drum, whose answer Dudektna t ought
wa locked In his manly ho om.
"I have a conundrum for you. Miss
Fannle." hbe aid. wem be saw her

"Ah." h replied, "what les t? Who
Sgav t to your'
"I made It up myself." he asserted.
brudlin somewhat.
"IndeeT What Is It?"
"Why are my clothes like the moon?
lbe hesetated for a moment and
Dndekta bean to look triumphat.
"You may think," she maid slowly.
and Dudektas somehow felt the sand
clipping from under him. "It to be-
eaae they have a man In them. and
you have a perfect right to think as
yo. please bat. Mr. Dodekins. opinions
dlffer."-Lomdon Tit-Bits.
se'*** P,'dexs.
Many persons will recall the famous
paradox of Zeno by which be sought
to prove that all motion Is Impossilble.
"A body." he argued. "must move
either In a place where It Is or In a
place where It 1s not. Now, a body In
the place where it Is is stationary and
cannot be In motion, nor. obviously.
can It be to motion In the place whore
It is not. Therefore It cannot move at
Bodies do move. however, and that
I a suo tent answer to the Ingenious

Mad a Detter Stry.
"Did you see the account of that
soob of lightning that burned the hair
from a boy's head without otherwise
hurting himbl
"I did." answered the cheerful Har.
"and I was pained to note the Incom.
pletness of the story. Now. I happen
to know of a case that Is really re-
markable. The ligatnlng entered a bar-
bher shop and not only undertook the
task of singeing a man's hair. but It
rung up the proper amount on the casb
eeds ltTurd Red by Mattes.
Mocking birds are great epicures In
their way. feeding on oranges, the ber-
ries of the palmetto and them of the
china tree, apples. pears. cherries.
peaches, blackberries and other small
fruits. On the Island of Key West
they eat so freely the bright red prickly
pears that grow on a kind of coctus
that their bills beads and threats be-
come dyed as If with vermilion.
A ags**lo*.
Mrs. De Blinks-No, sir. you cannot
bhae my daughter with my consent. I
detest you. and I wish I could think of
sooe way to make you miserable.
Mr. Hicks-Well. then. why not be-
come my mother-ln-law?

Bicycles are generally considered a
very modern invention,. but some of
the Egyptian obelisks. It Is sid, beer
figures mounted on two wheeled vehi-
cles resembling the old velocipedes.
Just as you are pleased at finding
faults you are displeased at finding
perfection.-L vater.

a*. *.
~ --U

-*- **--*-- ---

SG.P. Ballough Co
(Established 1882.)

F. W. SAMS, Proprtor
Rates: $2 and Upward; Special to
Regular Boarders.

Thompson,- Tr.l... Daytona Ice Co.

High Grade Tailoring a Specialty.
Suite made to order for $18 and
up; Pants for $4 and upwards.
Camm*a an Rep riNg at RMesembl Rate
Cottage Ave., rear of City Hotel.

acter and good reputation in each stat&.
(one in this county required) to rtpre-
sent and advertise old established
wealthy busin"Ks house. of .olid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expense additional, all payable In cash
each Wednesday direct from bead offices.
Horse and carriage furniuhbed when nec-
cessary. References. Enclose self-ad-
dre sed-stamped envelope. Manager,
316 Caxton Building, Chicago.

Beautifully Located on Ridgewood Ave..
Daytona, Florida.

A new hour, heatedithroughout by hot
air, new furnishings, everything
to make guet.oooaifartable.
Rates Reasoaable.

Mrs. GOorge. Rlverall. Prop.

Ue Palms

This popular home-like boarding
house is beautifully situated on
Each Street facing the Halifax
River. The romus are large and
the table board excellent. Thf
house iv but three blocks from the
postofee and convenient to all

the churches and but )ne mile
from the beach. Rates reasonable.
.I. McCOLLI'M, Proprietor.

Architect, Builder

bealks at disttuagulshlg between them. A Devoted er. ow o^ -. w
You mst haul out a handful ofchhlek- Although looked upon as vermin and Residence and office, northeast eorw-r of
en feed" for visual dentfcation. A destroyed accordingly the weasel Is Ridgewood and Volusia avenue.
quarter you can tell from anything by a good mother and probably treats ber Phoom. d. DAYTONA. MLA.
the "feel."-New York Pras. young ones more kindly than many --- -. .
of her human enemies treat theirs. A EUROPEAN HOUSE.
Delaware. weaseL carrying something In her ElU OPEAN HOUSE.
Delaware has been called the i-a. mouth, was once seen to enter a hole In NOW OPEN.
mod Stats, for. though mall In saie, a tree. The observer, applying lighted I Centrally Located. Rates Moderate.
It formerly was of great political in- straw, soon smoked her out. She thenA. OSBORNE. Proprietor,
portance. It also enjoys the nickname darted toward a stone wall. near which A
of the Blue Hen State. this having been she was attacked by a terrier, which Orange' Avenue, Daytona. Florida
bestowed on account of a gentleman speedily slew her. She fell an easier
samed Caldwell. who made the state victim because of the burden she bore STOVES?
famous In sporting annals by the qual- In her teeth. Anxious to see what this 1
Ity of his gamecocks. which he always was, the onlooker went forward and
bred from the eggs of a blue bhen be. found It was a baby weaseL The moth- We he th ; ll kin
Ilevoig that this was the best color for era's nest in a field close by had been Ob. yes We ha all kin
the mother of a ganecock. plowed up. and she had been searching
for another home. As her youngster We sell the famnu"* "Buck" Cook
The "Amery Tree." could not rua she carried It In her Stoveo, in all izes .and at all pricetb
The "angry tree." a woody plant mouth rather than leave It to perish.
which grows from ten to tweety-five For heating a twd roon nothing cau
feet high. and wbieb was formerly U aobr a.***cl Tr*ct. beat a BnIurIif (t'. le.nt:- Tb-v art
supposed to exist only In state "I thnght I was riding into oMce on worth $53.5,
Sto the Union. Nevada, has bees found of popular entbaslsm'
both tn eastern Califoralna and to Arl- a wv"Yes" Thn we haentbe A i
som. It disturbed. tbhis peculiar tree "But after I'd paid the blls I fdlt as 'l,.v ar g ret fuel -avV- They
shows every ign of vexation, even to If I'd footed it n, so o u k."-De- fr $1 t a ,
ruffling up Its leaves like the hair ma s o lt Journalt t t for $ o and 4 0
an angry cat and giving forth an un- t
plecasset, sickening odor.
plesa keninodor.One Kansas law says the personal j
se,,' property of a dead man when not
There are pour lattes. drop better a me by relative, hallo be sold at J Niver & Son,
i nd dougls, all depending on the quan- auction
lily or flour ued with the liquid use Pdee td. common sense
raMlly peakintag. one full mea ede t mm n FURNIT RE, HARDWARE and
i o5 Snor Ido* a sat m nsute I uu trained In the *at of manner, of4 d. Ii-RTAKIN\;

makes a pour batter. two full measure
of four a drop better and three full
measure a dough. tomethdng. of
course. depends on the liquid and the
quality of the sour.

Brae is a ally of tina nd copper.
Red analyals of the earliest existing
spectmes demonstrates that It was
formerly manufactured In the proper-
tloom of one part of tie to sloe of cop-
per. A notice Ina eoesoa flxe the dl-
covery and ume of both these metal.
according to the Bible, at between
4.004 and I.M5 years before the llM ri
tlan era.

The s L* the wes.
DoDeo't yo think the Mrt year of
married life the a trying one. Mr.
Beaedl ks ?
-I did at the end of It. but mlnc theMn
I have given each reurring year the
edlt"-New York Herald.

And now et of the pretoe s says
son goes out. Thanal We are n need
of Just that sort of consolatio every
time we're called of to ettle them g
bill.-Atiantas CosotituttoaL.

Prame the bridge that carries you over
ithe flood or cough. BALLARD'8
HOREHOUND SYR P has brought so
many over throat and lung troubles,
such as couths, colds, bronchitis, etc..
that its prasm are sung everywhere.
Price, 25 and 50 cents. Dr. J. M. Jones.

oriom imatsoad of address
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She Northern


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Same Old Stand.


thkern and


roultrv. Etc.

lriorid a.



Plumbing &


Star nand II.,t Water HIcating.
Estimate rFurniahed. Work Guarant, 4K
P. 0. Box 2145.
OfBft at European Hotel. Shop in re';'.

WM. WicaNso, Manager.


Made from Distilled Water.

Mtagnolla'Avenvu asnd kRalal d

Mil's Transfer Co
Haul baggage, freight, etc.,
atee reasonable, prompt service.
Office, Boston Barber Shop.

P;Ion!* 77.



Has a big lot of Harness, Collars,
Leather Straps and Part4. Just
r-ceived Harness$6.50andl upwards.
New Sewing Ma-hines for $16 and
upwards. I can furnish you with
any kind of a sewing machine.

Not 2


Yors Patro.aaoe Solicited.

Cabinet Maker and
Fancy Wood Worker.

),Door- itd Winlow Sr'erten, Picture
Mouldiings maad to )orilr. All kinds of
Furniture Re.pairing dolr eo iinshort notice
at reawnnable prices.
(Cottr AV,,IPie, I)YVTOA., FLA.

anid BlILD)R,



10th successful year of this grand scenic sp
and electrical production.
Management of Hubert Patterson

. Mr. Shants having his electric plan
in running order Faust will be pro
duced with full electrical effect equa
to its productions anywhere.

Reserved Seats,

Seats now on sale at Palmetto Drugs




T5 Cefft~i

store -

Atlantic, Valdosta & Western Ry.,

Omly Msrmmg Tranb fm JanksevllWe to the West.L

No. 4


No. 3

No. 1

S7:253 am......... 7:43 pm Lv............Jacksonville.........Ar 8:55 am......... &. W j=
10:5.5 am.........11:05 pm Ar............Valdosta ........... Lv 5:35 am........ 5:20 a.
4:10 pm......... 3:50 am Ar............... Macon............... Lv 12:45 am......... 11:301at .
7:45 pm......... 7:25 am Ar............Atlanta............Lv 9:00 pm......... 81*S0 ,
1:00) am......... 1:00 pm Ar.......... Chattanooga.......... Lv 1:00 pm......... 3.06 a
6:40 amn........ 6:55 pm Ar............. Nashville........... Lv 9:30 am......... 9"0 Ps
12:01 i"m.........11:40 pm Ar.............Martin.............Lv 3:15 am......... 3:4T7
7:24 pm ..... 6:52 am Ar............ St. Louis ........... Lv 10:15 pm......... 8:3- .am
.:4. 10:50 am Ar Chicago Lv. 6:10 pm o ? .
12:40 Im....... 2:30 am Ar............ Louieville......-...... Lv 3:00 am......... 2:35A:
4:15 pin......... 7:26 am Ar..........Cincinnati...........Lv 11:15 pm.........11.05 '
.........................9:15 am Ar............Chicago............ Lv 7:00 pm.......

No. 4-Dixie Flyer-Carries Pullman Drawing Room Buffett Sleeping Cm -4.
Jacksonville to St. Louis without change, making direct connection at Nashvlb a
with sleeping cars for Louisville, Cincinnati and Chicago. Only stop at following
A. V. & W. stations: Crawford, Baxter and Fargo. Through coaches betu s ?
Jacksonville and Macon. 4
No. 2-Day Exprens-Stops at all A. V. & W. local stations. Makes direct eos.
nct-tions for all points West and Northwest. via both Cordele and Macon.
'Connections made at Jacksonville with all northbound trains of the Seeboi "
Air Line and Florida East Coaat Rye.
E. H. BARNKS, UGen. Sup't. S.'D. PICKETT, Gen, Pass. Agt. .

Suggestions of plan firnii4hil gratui-
tously. Will ci erfullyv counult with
persons udesiring plans, and guarantee

SbPhone 11.



$You can ,ool all the people some
of th, time, ard some of the
people all the time; but you
can't fool all the people all the

WE DON'T want you fooled
an) of tl time.
Low priced paint will always fool you.
It may look wcll when first put
en but will not last. It costs as
much to put on a toor paint au
it does a good one.

are made to fool no one. They
are honest Paints for honest peo-
ple. They cov,.r most, look best,
wear longest, are most economi-
cal, and always f-1l measure.
Bingham & Maley.


It's all Florida.
Why buy imported cigars, made from heavy trwpival tobi-cco, doctored with opiao
and uther drugs, when you can have the pur Florida leaf at a five-cent prkie

x f 2.................. $1 FREEBY MAIL.TO ANY ADDRESS.

21 S. W. ROWLEY. San Mateo, Flori.






by our new invention. Only those born deal are incurable.

BALIMOUnR, Md.. March 30. l '9I-
Gre tenme : Beng entirely cured of deafneq. thanks to your treatment, I will uow give 7
a fu history of my case, to be u.ed at % our discretion.
About five yedrs ago my right ear began to sing, and this kept on getting wo e, until I lI
my hearing in this ear entirely.
I underwent a tr ttment f-ur catarrh. for three month., without any success. consulted a n



Do You Smoke?
Well, then you like tine
Cigars. You will find the
ineat qualities, and the
largest assortment at the

City Hotel.
We have nearly twenty
different brands and tbey
are all firat clam goods.
G. M. Matthews, Prep.ow.


First Class WorK
Daytona Steam Laundry


Ssminb sonmagm, Deytsos. FMi


Thursday Evening, Jdo. 2, 19.






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liv;wh Still *.

1':ITI-S 26()

19 oc

The colony planted in 1768 at Mos-
quito Inlet by Dr. Andrew Turnbull and
others is well known to every reader of
Florida history. The unfortunate end-
ing of this colony ie usually taken a=
presomptiv evidence that Dr. Turnbul
bad not been altogether fair in his deal-
ings with the Greeks and Minornami
whom he had pemusaded to come to Net
Smyrna, so that his own version of the
alair deserves to have a hearing to ear
theleast. This version in to be found to
Johnson's Traditions and Reminieceone
of the American Bevolution, Charleston,
1851. Dr. Turnbull moed to Charles.
ton in 1781, practiced in that city till the
the year of his death, and from him Dr.
JohbusO appaew- e does not say so-
to have obtained his story.
Dr. Turnbull was bern and educated
in Scotland. Early in life he settled in
8myrna, in Asa Minor, and soon became
a diugeed practitioner in that an-
cient commercial city. He was particu-
larly easeseual in ie treatment of the
plage. IB Smyrna he married a Greek
lady, th daughter of a merchant of that
city. After many years' residence he
engaged with a company of merchants
and other in an undertaking to plant
a colony in east Florica. and there culti-
vate the vines, olives, capers, tigaand
other productions of the Mesliterranean
ciait&. He was to eipermuteud the set-
tk-wmst and conduct the affairs in
America and the conmany b-uad them-
selves to supply hig at stated times
with clothing, proviouns, implements of
husbandry. needs. rosts. and money to
complete and support* the establishment
Dr. Turnbull accoruingly let hi sta-
lished practice. and c*mmanaced enlistir g
colonists for his new enterprise, chiedly
Greeks and Miaorcani by birth. As mIe
%as about to settle i an Euglish colony,
bh adopted the form of English indent.
res for the contract between himself
and the colonists, andin the year 176h
proceeded to St. AugWtine with about
1,500 colonists, of whew only three or
four hundred were met, and Icommencedd
his settlement at Nw Smyrna, with
prospects of perfect muccas, under
trouae of Lord Hillborough.
In 1766 Dr. Turnbull veeived a grant
of 90,000 acres of land an east Florida,
from the British Govenment, with the
understanding that he msould accompany
and conduct the estadishment of this
colony. In compensatim for the profita-
ble practice in 8myrna vhich he was to
relinquish, the Colonid Minister apl-
pointed him receiver pneral for quit
rent, the income from vhich office was
valued at 1,200 pounds aerliug per an.
nnm, about $5,500. Thtcolonists were
bound to serve ten yva.s in cultivating
the produce of the Mediftrenean, they
being amply provided wih all the nec-
essaries of life for themseves and fami-
liae. After this time each family, accord-
to their number, should h entitled to a
certain quantity of land ii lee simple, to
settle it, live upon it, a do what they
pleased with it. Everyliing went on
very well about nine yeas. The colo-
nists had their own priestU both of the
Roman and Grecian churd, and every
facility aforded them fo their acues-
tomed religious duties. )r. Turnbull
vaeM -.mnleid a tarvr to anDDoY their

cause of the war. Their clothing, too PONCE PARK NOTES
was very difiient, and no substitute
could be obtained for this. They were Po. PA De. 27New
badly clothed, and the clamor of the Poci Pitle t Dec 27-Newty notew
women could sot appeared. I th are a little difcult to collect just now;
woumn could aot be appeof amsed. Ithis the difculty of collecting other notes de-
unfortunate sateof alairs a di--- dpen upon the same which appears
arose between Dr. Tumrbull and the e pon te a which p
Governor of Florida, Patrick Tonyo,
Esq. In a visit to his excellency, Dr. Guests are arriving and departing from
Turabull discovered in the Governor's the Park Houe, as the departures are

lady an o14 aequalatance in beotland, less than the arrivals its numbers are
and ecouad not to permit the usual increasing.
courtemies ween the Govenor's lady The launch "Ruth 8," housed at the
and his Iaily. Her invitations were light-house landing for the pant year,
not accepted, nor her visits returned was successfully launched recently and
Ulensem ws taken by the Governor's ha. passed up the river.
lady, and it was believed that she sat
miemsionaies among the Greeks and Mi- One of the assistant light keepers in
noreas to increase their discontent and away on his vacation and will report of
promote insubordination. Insurrection the Charleston fair upon his return.
ensued, and In the overseer's endeavors Almost daily we are exchanging greet.
to suppress it be was killed by the mu- Sige with neighbors from near by or di-
tineers. Two or thres of them wonre tant towns, and quite frequently reei-
hanged for the murder, and the est ran dents of this place visit other towns, re-
away. turning with full bundles and collapsed
In the progress of the American Revo- purses; we are reminded that Christmas
lution, the whole commercial world be- s near, when gifts will be swappeded"
came involved in its vortex, and the A...North comment..pon
..et. of Fance, 8pdan sd Holland, ,trfromtheNortheommentaupon
afideebt of France, Spain-andt ollad, their cold weather, adding, "I presume
aidel by the Americancru.Wil c utof Powe Park Is In bright sunshine, but
the supplies, which Dr. Turnbull and h Yo u a soar o u o h.. ." ut
company were bound to provide lr the you are sofar out of the orld." ut oft
the world, indeed, not so far but the
coloniet in consideration for their labor. echo of its doings and happening rech
Dr. Turubull, believing that he might eo o lt dono e and happeuwein reach
keep them together ix or gh mt quickly. In one house we fnd the
leger for the completion of their con i outlook, Harpers, MClure's Suce,
at. resorted to mealre which he Ladies Home Journal, saturday Even-
deemed necessary, and which they de- Ing Post, two society newspapers from
deed eer and h d'dst nt states, daily Times-Union andi
cland severe and opprewive, The eolo- L ... -,. ...
mists appealed to iov.rnor Tonyn fo Ciden, Volusia County Record, and the
bright and progressive GAzsT'xNuws.
relief, and be resteased them trom thirI ..po. G -New.
rf Many living within sound of its busy
indentured on the ground that the com- r may be fther out than we.
pany had failed to supply the colonists
with what had been stipulated in the
indentures. In counequenze of this, all If vo want tos.a, t.ntake the A,
-o -att se 48ow SWke th dr

the improvements in New Smyrna went
to ruin, and the coloniste forfeited their
rights to the land, the reward for nine
years' labor.
It may be said literally that Dr. Turn.
bull was ruined by the Americas Revo-
lotion, though he took no part in it
lrst to last. He went howm St. Augus-
tine to Charleston, in May, 1781, with a
large family and but few servants. His
talents and social qualities were such
4bihe soon rose to the head of his pro-
hesion, and commanded the eteem and
respect of all who knew him.

There's a river in the Southland,
And it flows neathh spreading pines,
And its bosom gleams like silver
Where'er the bright sun shisne.
And its waters, clean as crystal,
Mirror back each swaying tree,
Each bright butterfly that flutters,
Every nodding flower and bee.
And the weeping moss that swingeth,
From the branches brown and bare,
Trails upon the limpid water,
With a grace beyond compare.
And the light clouds floating slowly,
Like white swans upon a lake;
In the river's azure bosom,
Lovely, fairy pictures make.
Till I sometimes sit and wonder
If I am by etraage device,

Seaside Inn
Directly on the ocean beach opposite Daytona. New and modern. Gas
and electric bells in every room. New ocean pier and casino.
DUNKLEE & CO88, Proprietors, GOODALL, (formerly Seabremse) FLORIDA.
Summer hotel: Oceam View House, Pigeon Cove, Mas.

(Formerly the Hony I=a)

Opens December 1st.
Thin popular hostlery has been remodeled and enlar to double its sime; aceom-o-
modate 200 guest; it has bees refurnished and rated; electric lighted and
thoroughly heated; has new billiard and smoking room, new ladies' parlor and
sun parlor. The Grand Atlantic is situated on the water front and has beautiful
lawns, and south faci7 verandas; good boating ad ehi from our own pier.
Bates moderate. Send for booklet. JsM. ma, f



Now Open

Electric:Lighted and Thoroughly Heated

Perfect Cuislne.

Not and Cold Baths.



Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,

Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, Sidiang, Ceiiag.
Brick, Line sad Cemet la Stack.
'Phone 83
Offices and Yards: East Coast Railway And Ora. AvaS
R. J. Malby, ManEr


Ho V. BRACEYE %''t .'TI '"t I1RADE

,1 Moss and Fiber Mattiesses
Dealer in s,-o- I ii:l iniu FI'iiar Ir. .. i -
III l. 1 1 l N 1r, \l ;i ,4 ; $t 4 i;,xil .- New .
Second .Avien. ol]..oit.' s. l \ .hl I'he, 4* II i ''I'r A. FoI.UIDA.


Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Paris.
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Everything Strictly First Clas. atee Moderate.

Daytona HouSe


Frontinjg li.Ii. laK' I

Daytona, Florida.


II ~I~'~-.I I I'

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ims: $7 to $9 per WeeK.

Daytona, Florida.



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rot and die. just let it be filled up with Rati frowi $7 to $10 per week.
people that a antagonistic to each
other. Let the citisea pernist in send-
ing abroad for article that could juit T. L. ROIX
as well have been purchased at home.
Let the merchant abstain from adver- -- --
tsing in the home papers, and whe. 'T Ow ell Exp
they have any printIng or other work r w P
to do, aend it to another place. When rTuO
this etateariseit Is time to write the TRO
obituary o that towa.-Tallahassean.
Ofce lan the 'p-to-Date Barber Shap
-I A 11 1-1 ril_

Situated oa Orange Avyeau

Renovated and Newly Furnished.

\ I I, \I;\!, 1-1, agor.

MERS, Proprieorw.

Pros Eh -Ba' a oLin*


WELL, Proprietor,

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EAST COAST TOIACCO. I AlliGaill ulven Prompi Aitenuon.
The fact thai & W. Rowley, of! Piano Moving a Specialty.
San Mateo, remv.d a diploma for
the beet exhibit of cigars at the
recent State lair on account of the Private B board .
quality of te goods, is a distinct tri-
umph for East Florida, not es much Corner Ridgewood and Magnolia Avenues. New house; well lighted iluons
owing to the excellence of the manu- bathe; electric lights. Everything flirt class. For rates address,
fractured article, but because the tobacco
from which they were made was grown firs. J. B. Parklas n, Daytona, Florida
on Beast Florida soil. As a consequence
Mr. Rowley is unable to promptly fill
the orders which have poured in upon FOUNTAIN CITY PHARIACVY
him since the Fair. The orders from new
soummes aggregate in the neighborhood NORTM BEACH STREET
of 60,000 and are still coming in -St. a a t stock of
Augustine Record.

MENT ha. been thoroughly tested for
many years and is a positive cure for
this most distressing and embarrassing
of troubles. Price, 75 cents. Dr. J. M.

Perfumery and Fancy Tohtt Articles.

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L Mdies'and Onis'
SMITH & SON Furnhin Notion etc.
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The Volume of

Business We Transact

Is a test ial of the fact that our goods

and prices please our patrons.
No matter how lae or how email a purchase you make, we caa ave
you Moy o it. Our prices a cbar tean others bem we buy
our goods for camshadm *U th for cash,er tby gttig all dionts.





Commenciig December 9, 1901.

The Columbia has just been built after the most modern plea, and
i fast, sae sad comfortable.

Fare for Round Trip $1.00.

Launch "Yankee Doodl" for Charter.



M. 1. (,,Iwhin. Propriwtor.

i -% IoeinTI ,I:Its ov...
Fine Wagons
Sand Carriages.

General Blacksmithing and Repairing.

Shop rnear Iltail R1I. iii l~a~i'ri ii

PZLLBUCn & RMi, Proprietors.


Rubber Tire Carriage Fie tHerms CareM Drivers
We are well equipped for "Straw.Rides." The finest turnouts in the eity.
'Bues meet. all trains and. take passenger to any part of the city.
Trunks delivered promptly. Stable. opposite Public School.
Telephone 27




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4)1* 4111 slilte %11 ''. ,! 11 -I- _..

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Trelephuo '

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The wo~t'1 t11ii.iirl r". '' a eor of .Eduealom.
of those ruasel ia ti';ilui a Once upon a time a crow sat on a
west., comes fr,. t;:.. : high branch of a tree with a large bit
jorca, Spain. I 'ro:f.. t- :I of cheese in his month when an env-
rscco and Algiers. The' 1.., .: i ous and hungry fox came prowling
Jordan almonds colte from .1M:l;;.::. along and spied the choice morsel.
Spain, and Dot from ithe .u.idanu iv.r. "You are a beautiful bird." aalid the
as many people suppose. The oilouInu cunning fox. "and yet your great beau-
almoolld is the wmo(t iudi.-stilhle tf '111 ty is not equal to your marvelous voice.
the nuts and contains very lItti. u;" which charms all of the beasts of the
ishbment. There are many way. hi;.. forest Pray. Mrs. Crow. do let me
ever. In which it is advaunt'.: ,"u-l.. hear you sing."
used as a desert or as a flavori- 0 The crrw turned her bead to one
One peculiarity about the almond t..- side. as is the habit with such birds.
Is that Its leaves contain prussi a. d1 and looked at Mr. Fox. Then she de-
and are therefore poisonous. while tlhe liberately ate the cheese and after
fruit may be eaten with iiniMinity. clearing her voice spoke.
"Thank you for your compliment,
A Sure Thblu sport. Mr. Fox." she Raid. "If you will wait
A well known politician on s-tti.11 a minute. I will sing for you. I never
out for a day's sport with a frictil speak or sing until after dinner sines
pointed to a large ispanuil v Lidc li.% I have lIcen reading ancient fables."
apparently asleep in the ball uaid 1.t The fox did not wait, but trotted on
hls friend a guinea he could not at- his way.
tract the dog's attention. Moral.-A literary education Is not
The bet was readily a-cept'ed. andt without value.-New York Herald.
after the failure of a shrill %% whistle aind
a blak cartridge to ciiauset tic sliihtr.'.t Am lU'esetel Anmwer.
amoement the guinea was dilitri. 'l When It was too late. the barber's
up. customer discovered that the operator
"That's my old dog blahaltim:I I ad he had selected to manipulate the ra-
staffed a few weeks ago." lau.;lwdl the zor :hald lIeen indulging in strong drink.
politician. "and that's the tenth guinea But he sank back In his chair, trusting
he's brought me."-Loudon Tit-ltits. to luck for a successful shave. The In-
evitable happened, however, when the
Itollan *see. nerve racked barber Jabbed a piece of
Italian bees are more bardy than thi cuticle from the victim's chin.
native and more profitable. Thy nit. "Now you see. sir. what hard drink-
iore mergetic and will gather ihone I nng will do." walled the damaged per-
la partial droughts when natives will on- I
do iothltn. They will gather honey "Ye. It does make the skin tender."
ftan blossoms that natives will not said the man of shears and blade.-Ex-
tech. They are stronger on the wing. change.
wll By more directly and swirtl3 an D
The "I b e" Danube.
an"IOt Iso Irritable. ,,.. ,.,.,o ... ....h,
Th i fi hi A li t 1 t11 h41 ~I Y*l 5

MNh parladlie.
Laiguld Trotter (excitedly) -Listen
o thki whut th' book sez. Weary. an'
then pack yer tomatter can an' fuller

Weary Willie-Were for?
lAnguld Trotter-We're off fer thi
great Babary desert, were they ain't
a drop o' water th' year roun'!-Detrolt
Vree Press.
Beat sed Cold.
Profeemor-Ueat ascends. and cold de-

Pupil-Not always, does It?
Profesmor-Yes, sir; invivriably.
Papil-Then how Is it wheu I get my
feet wet the cold always goes up and
settles la my head? Philadelphia

The Amelriam ley.
en ei hi tryiilg cilivlus!;ilian eren
when serious misfortunt o'rtLaktes the
yokhful Amerit-an. his aIihniiil, his
ealidenuce in his own oipinioni., does' not
wholly forsake bhi. Su'chi a ose >in.s
found weeping in the ireet. (itn Iwing
asked the cau-se of his tears lie sol.old
oat in singled alarmi :amnindiginlItnioi:
"I'm lost: M:niiiuiny's 14-t i; ., I lhl-
the darned ti he''tl hs' liii'."--Muir-
headl's "LaInd of ('outr.ctts."

In I,*Al4 p'nI.s li"'L-;n to ,I 1 I, ll; l v biy
Giilolt. w io Inici9 l;i't d i tl tl.,.in ofl
steel finely linll - bandlinm lle tlhr1- l ilwul itlM l lihi-Li
very illferioir ilo ihi.' .:.'liina- ini:I,n ir
ticle of thle I:'-".nl t ;1ay. \: i '. Si ili ;
great advan le tup ii tihe' irii rl ,:iIl>.-.d
pens that had it', I1 n re' iou.s3l ii.,1l'.

At Breakratl.
"Bridget. did you call I. Ia 'i, s:
"Indade an' (1 called thin lvery-
thing 01 cod think of. but they wuda 't
git Up."- -Brookly- Life.

tier .Savl as.
"*I'm so glad ylou tall me to keep
acoumnt. Henry." shr said "I Ihave
fst been going over Iihoe. aid I find
that I have saied $'..NI In the anst three
"Good"' be exclalin.d-i "Whiert-'s the
iery Y'
S "Ok, I haven't got the money she
MWweged. "but the accounts show that
I hrae saved it Just the same."-Chl-

Ant llprfamiall.
Ia Switzerland aud Italy good people
g o about with little cards e.lcoiminil;
pledges against swearing. Th ls' e il
presented whenever thIe teartrs htilr
amOe one Indulging it iprofaniut. TheL
penalty for violating the plede.-e Is a
fiHnl self Imposed tine. to be paid to

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foud ,of singing the hebarms of the "blue
Da:iutle" \ ere recently disappointed to
bear of tlhe i nvIstigaitlous of a certain
(ernan scientist. This man watched
the big river for a whole year. giving
to his studies an hour every morning.
The result of these observations was
that lie found the water to be brown
11 times: yellow. 46;: dark green. 59;
light green. 4i: grass green. 2.t; green-
Ish zray. i; other shades of green. 110,
and that It never had anything like the
hue with which It Is credited by the
Blacking Stoves.
Blacl.ing a stove is one of the house-
keeper's disagreeable duties. Never
try to black it when It is hot or per-
fectly cold. It should be merely warm.
Thin the polish with turpentine. If

Legal Notices.


Notice is hereby given to whonmsawv.'r
it may .coaern that certain aniTnials
viz: ofne bla-'k bull beluDoni 15
to Ichabod Dourbe-rty have been
impounded by the City of Daytoua for
being allowed to run at large within thi
City limits and that Thursday. the !- c-
ond day of January 1902. is appointed
fora day of hearing and adjudication
in the premises, on whi'h day at the
City Hall at 10 o'chwk a. m., all inter-
ested may appear and defend.
GEo. H. LIDwin. Mayor.
Dated Daytona, Florida, Dec. 2ith. 1901l.

In Circuit Court. 7th Judit ial
Circuit of Florida. in and tor
Volusia County In Chamce-r.
Florence U. Mahorney, Complainant.
Ammen Z. Maborney. Defendant
It appearing by the affldawit of the com-
plainant in the above cause that the'
defendant Ammen Z. Mahornry is a rt",ident
of a state other than the S.tate of Floridia
that the residence ot said defendant :s
believed by affiant to be at 41b West 37th
street in the City of New York and State it
New York; that said defendant is over
twenty-one years of age. and that there i-
no person in this State the service ot
process on whom would bind said detendtent
It Is thereupon ordered that said defendant
be and is hereby required to appear to the
bill of complaf* herein on or btlore the
first Monday in February. l"W-. wing the
third day of said month, otherwise the sai
bill will be taken as confessed hv detendatii
and the complainant will have leavc t'
proceed exparte.
It is further ordered that this order be
publiahed lor lour consecutive wce'ks ii tie
aaytona tG azette-News.
Wita* my hand and seal of said court
at DeLand this ?1st day of Derember
A. D., 1V01
Clerk I'll t u t ,tui t




"Savannah Line."

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Florida to New York. Boston anJ th


Room. 1 andi 2. Atlantic Bilovk, IDaytonia Short Rail Ride to S rvannnah.

Office hours: 9 to 11:30 a. in.. I to 3::30.

C nsu" "t'on FREE THENCE via Palatial Expresi S:Aamnh;.; f:ou SAVANNAH. Four


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thle stove Is greasy, wash with borax Iewuerfl
water; If roughene'd through overheat- t-~ it
lInz. :14191a mt'usloooni'ul of molasses to -All 4ivtor't49 have triedt Vt' ta -I
by the 11W (of liot idet't'.avid gas,-"-. li-
tlint lla('Lig Havec witteus to protect lialt'ri and dirugs i lts9 ill il
the himnd& I [K)% le -4 iry'vpkilo t' le 11 9111ci *II, .WII I.'li fit-,-
It'ainsing K te-i to ntcri&'k 019411anti i91't'l.
Blunderned late It. n'ji94to ci isi iacids u-wti *litll I-itillilAie'
flit-And so *:%oti are really going to hIka,' t'n~i-l v il.auteli a%%aiit"I:'-.1:1 full
Inanrry t hat jnrof.'ss'or-y(ou. the heroine branes ht'l't teir tnuiakt l'r"Iit'. lkiliii-.Ill'
of a tI Iousm id -niga genients! How did cure. %% itle16.1'411t~4'S all" ti ojlll I'S It'. 9-:111ft?
Yolk ev-er cit'ilt'to accetpt limii? reach tilit' tli'.''ii,'. .%Al9'It 1)1.1A1111- '04A9 99
HIis Cuin' 1514 from cl(ilegei- 1Why. you 19ral4'tit i~tun.ie %% fillhi' ats f itw'4 9
see'. h in'irfo'Postelin tGreek-. and when mail.' *i i4'140-4' 41 iliV Ia'lls"t'~t v 14
I r.'fiia'.' hinil I got smiled up in my tr.'atieliH't tit Catatrrh. 1_1, ;at I ]--I
aneg-at ii s anad aiccepited him. and now tI'4'9. et huaTrlti991 w i'i~t'%l-"t' .11 '''9' lI., .
F'in i( to-.'lroud to acknowledge any blun- usif. ~ilotn tk' iv -i rt'9'a t'11t, 1 .
dt.tijit' ('a11.4"', St "I Jill jg Ii l 4*' d .9 I g-.". II
Out of Practice. 9'uriing ail ilntidioniatit~m. It I,.;it'Ito. -ill
iviiiedi' known to) Sciiwethat' t iat iii11%,1
Mrs V'an Danuber (criticallyll-Poor i'aent'hs thle ailli'l-d jparts. v.ii'i. I-i
ilin. 'i!s ;ii(tlire of Mrs. Swith (iif tt~iiv is Lxiuim k novvi19am'',N'Fvi".1: 1h9'iv
999'.i-if' -lt' liadilt a particle Of hi t( A \'Ii.L19 IATAi[HI(H Itki.'' ald isp-,9.-. il
s1.1191 left : ut tin. \ tl'Clilvt-Ilowt pticc ot Ulit- 119 ii,IV.
%-.i, i :ttiilwr -Site hasio. He1r long--ncioh itn.ut.itltnIini tterii nal ; *.

P1 4T 111119il' 4 ahout au argunient.- t Val'ltliltilt 111141 ',~II9 l"'."9 It.
j UI: Its p.-r~tw-t It-.
Banks iteU%!Y For Emersencles. C atar-rhiVIID-iii.' 9ViI ial'- :i*.l .1 ii re.
Too Uiuet stAltiviti iaad unnexpeltted de. tP91liacti;1a4 thilt! ("'I" sleante i ilP("it I'"9'
wlanmik upomn loa iiiks a lrge i'l-gliIs I iv torhat 11ll9 9,'ing and -isl~4ii-tiii9.T
dise'ase. It ci's tI1'9'.tilailumiatitm 9911!
Lt'lit re'ady for usec. The average large ldjc'iin'i.iun iaI'x itAi',lv
batil-.n *v withtlitotal :sesOf $.!4?. 15(,- quick 1to relieve filt.%- vv.lc lt- 0,r1-1 it, tili
41'"1I is prepiaredto'*i% liirou lnes of de- heat1.
ft'tvI'atirtu.ni stidilt'tattack. In the i'aturrh -hui'n ~i n-g let'(I.-t.' 'iii .ti. I.
vault it .*' s.'afe tiot V$K.4&JImo)In lbank.'0nUhUII1toti01I--S~NU1 Il %\xill '..
bill, -:I\. Iti-; toim 11: md. tback of that Is uU if 3ovu Useat once. It 1' Isi, 'rohidiar'.l
a i-ah i reserve tf t'rI. p' -I,.54K.atwxnde.- l'tWcdy, [abtiit a coml* .ktt- t 1'iat Ilit'it %\ hl.I,'!
jei.it..I tn a r'ti, .;:z n'''.' Iuma tab ~is 4wti ti vely guaranlt-eed to) i1*-ia r' Iatnil.
Iti~ ~litin kaioI .fun-In 49or stlig.'it Lie.d :19. 919. iii'
is e miiiapnj'. s .4191iIIll UitedJStates to diarec. ~Ition d.'lh Ac~i U -a~ny 41ot i a
smid ut inar .i~lt'etl....41secu'ritie-s lanwe- (911c. and ii intt fill pa ut Uiktiars n4 t,,
diatt-ly n-:it.v'i able. and tiIlie fourth and otul. condition, atilt yo~u \%Ill l'.
1w'? liine(of di-icuse and( to bie retired mpectiial advice front the disti-ov.'rar (of this
upi i ly za.t]Vu iP i-cwt' udist ress is $t000._ wotint'iful rented v regardling ytir casta-'
(~kil 081 iS 4 Atlit I uutidsand wort' %% itili ilt cost 1to ou34W199. 9.9*91thle 9g iIli
gaize's. 19t it% ihi nIlit' tinl'%:aigers will be lt li'Sntl-, th 1 uiI .-**
lit irrit 139i l letlI t ool 14 1*411a. C intyllent on Catarrhi'i Cutre.

tremintta'. 'lothistillu..Inrcsources dlfrtoi -luln'..9ii't l. 1t 122 LI.1\%Ii \
wsC. t .x'ii'. Ill !s'.Isiot'. thouirhItit i.(l. 94It. .. 2330 and 2:t32
li c t .. tilt l-, ftrlifad inatita' Ma~rk.'t St F.t't I*nli1 h
til. I ii


%0iacAtaU u uc Ope V wines
of Passai', N. J. Vineyards.
Thee Vines ival thie \X world int Excelience.
Old, rich and mellow by age and years of care and frequent racking
In fumigated cellars as is done with the Chateau Wines in France.

T he Chateau con-
tains a limited sup-
Sly of Private Stock
Sort nineteen years
old, besides Bur-
gundy and Claret of
Nearly the same age.
The Speer Port,
however, nine years
old, as well as
the Burgundy,
Claret and Sherry,
are hijh class wines.
The *Climax
SBrandy as x8 years
old All are preferred
lihere known by the
-Medical profession
as superior to any
Ilotk-ra,.h ,- 'haftau 'i,.Swvr that can be had, for
their excellent effect upon, the sx-stem i hen :he.n hv iuva-ids. the weakly
and aged persons and in general far:nivy use .rthern New Jersey
climate,and soil aboun:tng ;n :-n > '-t a '.i. .. : tns grapetfor Port
wine. It is the same k:nd ot is :,! .s ; l' rt'9 l Sp;eer's winery and
vineyards are the (,nly tt ,a 'mac'.. 1:'. a the "'rn:tcd States: only
vineyards that cuit-ivate the c.aI P rt w: r;e rra;e tf Portugal : while
other wines or m fixtures calcl p :t .t:re n' :.Jic without a s:nge Oporto
grape in them .Mr Specr is te ti '.t ..ni t ::-1v one %ho ,':'mrorted the
vines and acclimated the teal Port wine grape vines of Portugal.
Hespent thousand ot d,,. as a ... v to -ee wit h l.ou:d do toward
i+. i |lllpl .- __ -

' .n Ingenlous Treatment L, which Drunkard'
are Being Cured Daily in .Spitc
of Themselves.
No Noxious Doses. No weakening oflthe
Nerves. A Pleasant and Positi'c Lure
Woe the Liquor Habit.

I It I I I.lit % Ii t '9 I I %&113 k l iit I .III 1' Il itIi .. I
11. It %itv'I k lit ms to o' 141 %toi *11 J9

,e In"iline'll,'v.j..4in I t It,-u- I i i' x '
twi cal ()I'a t ''Ilsta41Ii' .l't. h

Iljousti,' I~l'.t I#-s i~ kI:ld t

Ibis utrea utdizin ii L a.i. 'U;, .'.1 a1. '19 1-1
Ildt (1i0iua-s t n l%'.- P'ut11- l Ti 'c i i tp I.
;it tdst.', %% ithi~u t Cal l i~ i % o-,
(o ..f I-t i' xI'%t L hi: I %-. ; !. I9919

til'-jii hsv r Iu9'x i %%.'hit,'I

i:.av'' l h haing i.-t tt0iL.it~
d93 ii iitgd -tr.lIe'ih. y ~ n ~- 1x. i
t4)car, lziiteVI1114 ) iii Colite 'INA T.*.;j-, ..
Iie-t I A t9I i ht- Ir. I,,i It Ib'd tI ,-:II: ,I
(r mjkI xg 9'a tI he1ll u ki '9t II jt. :ii i

Cou3)cti.rsi with New Yjrk a i I ..Saipi U1 Sjual L'L.na

A IT I,. t. 1 %


, of Purc Juices from Natural Roots.

all te E'ULATES tli Liver, Stomach and Bowels,
SPeople 1 Clernses the S,"'sm, Purifies the Blood,

| Suffer G rUREiS malaria. 3Siousnrss, Constipation,
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frOw aStic.-naChach and paired Digesticn.

SBDiseasedo Ever B.e Garrfeed th Give Satisfaction.
Disea sedCr rm-, azzAX X o -s. .
Liver. P It^par. b
I Prepared by JA."IS F. PALLARD, St. Lau:..' M.

Soldby Dr. J. M.Jones.



Toor Parlor

W. A. BEA DER. Proprietor.

Strictly First Clas

Razors put in working order.
North of Grand Atlantic.



Through tikol ts tto Nir.w Yo
N,.\v lavt-n. New Lond
l'r>vilen ee. Fall River. &iP-

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on. 8tonington,
ston and 7

1:tlt L I MA THANIl VIA ANY IilillJ.ltI.lTi l rhet'teatne

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ii':!'tiJAir liiii .......7.......i: 11)p. m.~ (Fast Mail.)
i';ism-t1ig'.r-4 le'I ti'I D tima pll:29.?ami andai~
31:22 lila!.maiiknimr 11-m- 4..aiiin'i'tlorls.
jfl.. :1. i 11j .r. di gi-igrirA, s i.-tii~n. tie'ketsA, .t4e., address

W "~v pxTE, 4 egnt, 221) West t i' vtreet,
.jd4kwnEi vill'. l'loridu*.

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