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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1900
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A NIGHT i cspe.tlix the uses: She was over here .,.
Insure OF SOBBING. this afternoon, and she said 1 was liable .k
Good
Kidneys Health. ,
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$ to git my summons at any time. 1 Il.
MRS. GALLUP' LAMENTS THAT HER I've got It all arranged with her about

.: TIME ON EARTH IS SHORT. tht "v'ncra1" "
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Air. Gallup did not look around. With 'i ii

the SIrnril calm deliberation he spat on the whet- ,
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tae Summon to Crt Reed, Royal Baking
stone, and with calm deliberation he
to n.nn tiRrl r.inl Hud a Little
drew it back and forth across the :
Tr.IUVitb Mr. Gallup Al-ont Whom blade.
lie Should ScU-rt Fur Hi. Second i
"Yes. Samuel my time has come!"
Wire I sobbed 'Mrs. Gallup after waiting a .

[COpj"ri't l" a), lJ iy C. n. Lexis] "oasonable time for him to speak. "A

After SlPC"1.: .. Gallop; Lad gu'uover Oe'\\ ': 'u.hfnce and you will be aver Powder J

to the tterc for a whetstone! and 0, ,', r.U'i' ifew days hence you .

Gaper, cf carpet tacks, and as he \vc .. .' ,' .t iwurr.s i red necktie and canr" ; i iI

Mr.s. Uallcu was va;>uias: up the disc i.- > : rounJaf*> rn second wife. When .
: i.'i started eve town. I was as happy
and sizu'In. "Th home Over Thenmite
:1 ist ntlr ni-il: I ida't the slightest idea '.
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;. :1t fecliz;;. lie t''tlil"nej .
+ .' i' .',u. Ten ailnutes: later when I
.. half an Lour, and as bo reached, i
>\ rto carry ihc butter down cellar Powder '
Royal Baking
Makes
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1-. \.\csa 0. 1. tl.ere came set n knocks on that
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oR I IJO Lis t:" 1':;. lie h:' i.e'l iu to find Kalaii :,--.
u3TT5. L. OAK COX c'' I rider l .r1.! and as I stood there : '.'
: \. <; wearing hack! i.i.l forth: i a possesses pecu.
\ sl'Rv tn I heard voice
whispered
L asayi -
dar! with 1.,':' l'l1.'tk111:1 at I.IT t \'I't. The Food '
\ SoiLfthiuv; ii.id liappi-ni-d. lie Il..b"IHlul1'e i i i !. nnnfr G;.hip, ,Kit ready to be an liar qualities not
.:.' It vra and I'vejii
a'1' summons
. yLJol! !: 11.Corlies,Secretary of the Council Bluffs, Ia., Athletic Association, : whit it vas.. but turned a.i> ;. my
to Not uly kIn hold back ag'in found in other leavening
tutored of kidney trouble by Fernna. lIe says: I and sat on the doorstep and !In aisint .\ .' go. More -
j utDKt) >ns What klud of a second
"/ ta t firm believer la Peruna. For three years I suffered with severe way 1'cgau &h\r(>('uin<* a y "
ar i! wife fhflll ; "'t marry, Samuel? which
of the kidneys and other pelvic organs, trying several remedies without with the stone he had bought.: It agents,
tnuble ,j Mr (;...il"i ad paused In his labors
/ used Peruna faithfully for fourteen weeks: and am glad to say it five minutes: U-fcre Mrs. OaHu! ,,') \' iitcored ,. Healthful
jt/frf.// i and : s In g absently at a robin in arise from the
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aa fxpUriatlcii.: Wl.on < rtfeled! me entirely of all pains. a cL 'ry tr"Yr .
that he ]tat neither anxiety nor ,
"Ism in excellent health, bare gained twelve pounds in weight, and never path, ?'.ie hitched her chair hit ..... J COM'' i* feel at "all dellklt about rior fitness, purity
in my life" talk it over with me, said Mrs. Gal-
tttt better doorway, rued; n fresh .spot 01 toe
He:!.D. L.JaycoxChaplain of the Grand Army of the Republic, writes from apron to \vipo her ryes and (final!} '!id: lup\ she da'',bed at her eyes with the ( and healthfulness of its ingredients.
Oakland Cala Hi.ri] -. 'r. '. allus s'pected you'd git
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f;Breidn jy, "S.imr.i-1. when you've got that Je i
"I in an old war veteran. I contracted severe bladder and kidney trouble, sharpened you might; go over tf <. I matt } T t 1 Ia: If I should die, and I Royal Baking Powder leavens the

peat hundreds of dollars and consulted a host of doctors, but neither did mefinally Ueboe's and tell her that I steal .t H.h-i i Li".nd: squeal about it.Irs.. "
TMvi- If her husband marries food perfectly by its own inherent
fOOd. dead woman before tomorrer. You
air I ag'iu sue i. ..aunt him, but you needn'tI .
/ some of my comrades who had been cured by Peruna, advised mea
afraid of me. I'd ruther you married without changing or
try it. I at once bought a bottle end found It helped me so much that I kept I ngIn.( If you didn't, )'ou\d be goln power impairingany

using it for nearly four months. I to circuses: and dogfights and candy of the elements of the flour. ,

Penna has proven the best medicine 1 ever used, my pains are gone, and I ,p, ilt. ; pulls and become as wicked as Silas t.

Jt&'e! n\\self to be cured. I feel v..ellllndauld not be without a bottle la ,i JoLnson. S'pose jou've kinder had ) Thus the hot-breads, hotrollsand i

tacot need for ten times Its cost." your eyeout, hev'n't you. Samuel

Mr( Mary Lawlcr.of Appleton,tl'h., If the kidneys are healthy they will that I Is, you've kinder made up your muffins, and the delicious hot
fisr-.nd')kidney trouble by Peruna. I I excrete the poison from the blood. The .&/t! mind about what sort of a woman ,

oat hatter to Dr. Hartman, she renal veins return the purified blood !i x41 ,' '7t' j rpr' you'd marry?" griddle-cakes raised by the Royal

,;j '. August I caught a summer from the kidneys to the general cir- ; Mr. Gallup\ withdrew his gaze from
'II. .tiled in the kidneys and culation. III the robin and returned to his work of Baking Powder are wholesome and
sharpening the sickle, and Mrs. Gallup -
j.- i 'ous inconvenience. Nothi Peruna stimulates the kidneys to excrete ::;
:_ ':"' J to help me and the from the blood the accumulating 's nose had grown very red with! the digestible, and may be eaten without
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. : rach a a change of climate. As poison,and thus prevents the convul- pulling when she continued:

_!t II ui of the question for me, Ii. sions which are sure to follow if tho II II 1 There's the Kidder Ijiphnra, Sam distress, even by persons of delicate .
iul, and everybody says: she's wutli .
allowed It
:vdr iabalaFtrc.ortandIfound: poisons are to remain. gives
?::,CW, but I wouldn't want to
you mar- digestion.
'MS i ':">ndtoma. great vigor to the heart's action and
:: .. .': ;:: ere the natural gateway digestive system,both of which are apt ry her. She's tto liity tity for a man 'i

,:'ifvt .u much of the vra"tissue to fail rapidly in this disease. rr of your age. While she was swingin! Aun! : baking: powders are low priced, as alum costs butt ..
'.t''< I: ,,'ipe. This waste matter lieftr Kidney diseases. are more liable insummf.'r in a Lamnock she'd let the bread burn \\ > ants a pound ; but alum is a corrosive poison and \
up In the oven. She'd! want you to go it renders the Uii.t food.
baking to
powder
: as ;v poisonous substance If al- than in winter Send for a d.m.rOLii
off to picnic day In the ,
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: Tn! t\ 'uaiulate. The renal artery copy of "Summer Catarrh," written by every year t
r::* t'.', toed changed with inipuri- Pr.IIartman. This book will be sent and if you had any soft soap In the .
LMIV jou'd be\ to buy it. And there'sthe t
:I!!t too t: ..Ineys.TG ;: free to any address upon application.! lti fitter lJi\i*. :-\IIC'\ a soud lwuse I'.VA'. eAU!::VG f'V;:>ER CO.. tW WIILIAM ST.NrW YCR*. HI''M" a i' I

I "GIT RUDY TO EE AX Axr.nr" keeper! Samuel: a<; I'll admit, but they --- --- .
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Of all kinds and '! Don't forget to ue little PRICKLY needn't beat around the bash at all ;1 be say I Icup'-in she: gita' and streaks slesrliiJ on.all One day day lot'?she'll, and pi!:"' ant itivf-Tn1* '," a'r.nu .rt yon I roar Ktn&< nnd n JnLrr. 1.tt I
o\ ASH ISITTKK* wht lt'\'cr the stomach but teU.her ilzbt! out. She'll rather be advent '
the sl'e'll be (1.I i,>t n" you \.lIlt to. I've gt.t the time of Cokuel Cody's 1:
Ilk) next day as sulky; as a Jest I
l at all sorts of or bowelaie such di-ordered.troubles and It Iluicldycorrfot't" 'ekes -' _,. ,_ __u_____ _. .___ !I I mnlo. She kin snake a pound of tea 01." hetle! favor to ::<-ko" into the cnj.itiil of Germany the old
".', Easy terms. Jlars'M her fhait and th" tears : William: was euttrtatniu:
51- : ? lyou feel LrUht and chel'!CuI. Hannah : I' go as fur as I kiu, but she told me Tho lur.n in Emperor
: A' Finch. liros.peci.il :uent<. WHY COUGHDr. with her own month that she Lad four In hr eves e'!,ee!"c 1 h"r s;i''f>i'h for there three: kings; of smaller: Germanic

------ --- I -- ----- par: of stockia's 1a4 year. Could! you l.lf: :1 tt:: it1,'. and \':;:';::; that tine powers. The royal "lItll'tju..n'C'rl!

I I rest way t.> become pr ,-- littl liver Uiill's Con h syrup cures Coughor I put up pith sic.li extravagance as that. Mr. fl'iIJap;: : put the laeUh Ooviti and very i.iurh intertsted In the ItiifTal-r
ilective!
pills
.,' .- i.> wait until you invtMif- I The most Cold at once. Conquers Croup, Samuel 1? Wouldn't yi.u be thlukiu of I lift; ,-.I Ii!) tht- !kI': !.> asiin. I'.ill e.xhiidt'oi'.s! ltd Colonel l'otJ3"
..:. ,t nn>y to l bay a bom*, and mad are leWtt" Little Early: \Vhoopins-Cough rnd Jlea.:Ie-CouKh i how I alliis gut along on two pairs a "It's only tb! Sar-ini'l Yon nevi n't tho rei'iji'-iit! of mauy fa.rs from toe
:';; ; i'; alt In cash: u u'dly never i Hi'er They npvcr gripe Hargis'i without fail. All mothers praise it. year'" do ni. wefpin: fur me wii"n I'm gone, emperor him: !'ilf.( Oio nature uf the
i-!. w i it i n-;. Now i is tin imo to PhaiujacyJidiiey Kahn. John tfheppard. Doctors it for B "> 1chit csiilition of tb
presfribo : i, Mr. Gallup whistlod softly to himself and yon nf ln't Kr-ti? over the ;gateand pel'fonnanec was the iiinti
".r. Y .it can arrange: the i-aymonts i Ikuirscne, Grippo, rncnrcciiu and to look all broke over my & Co as he felt of the edge; of the sickle with try up
Watson
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Consumption. quick, euro r .:nliA !, ri bt to check- who attacked by Indians
II his thumb. The whistle con\eycd no lox", Yon .n po :: phiyin p passengers are
?;KW TISIiOl', Fi-ice.25cent,! Refuse the dealer's sub-til ute. .
-I'jke, Lemon I'ieFiHitHaboluttly direct information, but was a whistleIn ers :1' KOAII n" the funeral is over, but : and finally rescued! I y cowboys.
: our own I have opened a shop at 417 North the al1'tl'Ul.'t.Irs.. Gallup look-d at some 'lil ht, 1:1tt'I p wh-n you are all The Lateer iked to lrf allowed to
tc: pure; does others not Tarragona street where I will do all the back of his neck for a moment and alone in 11,(- IIOUM ntid the cricketsare ride In this n-hide with I his!! royal

: at mi injuriou-j acids Model, as Hakery.XKWS I kinds of tin work, repairing, etc., worked up and choked back a sob and single; I want you to remember! gi'ests and to participate in this interesting -
Kt!rally do. Vienna
-- I promptly and reasonable price3. COUCH SYRUPAlways then said: flint I had my goo*! p'ints as well as esperlence. The rPiIUt."t was of

Try TIIE Want Column ; it guaranteed Estimates furnished Urst-clu '.and all work cures \vhen others fail. "Tin-re's Pbn-be Cousins, whom everybody my lad I want you to remember that course granted sad when the coach I
I I used clothes biler with seven holesIn furiously assailed by howling Indians
a vas
cwt II''Y'ou.. 3dlm U.W.AIAt.. Dr.Bull't Pills cureConstioutlon.50 pills 10<:. likes but she's an old maid
and sot in her ways. She never back the bottom fur nine years without Its inmates were as usual saved
- --- -- -- bites nor gits mad but she wants every mendin and that I hain't! had a new by gallant cowboys,

5.J. FOSHEE,Vice-President; W. C. O'NEAL, President; F. C. HORTON, Cashier; thin? Jest so. If you come into the corset fur 'levcn years. Our teakettleIs After it was over and as the royal

.'\0, McD.\VID, Vice-President; M. E. CLARK, Ass't Cashier. house and throwed your Lat down on over 9 years old and I've made one party were descending from the coach

the floor or pulled your boots off In the set of cups and sassers! last us since the emperor remarked:
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. parlor !n the evcnin. she'd raise the we was r.ioTled. 'Hint's all, Samuel, 'I' "Colonel Cody, I do not suppose this "
It\\ fulest kind of a row. I guess you'll and now I'll go In and die, and you kin !Is the first time that you have ever held

Lev to marry a gal, Samuel.: You are be l Mkn! around fur your second four kings."

old "nuff to be the father of any sal wife.1": "No. your maJesty" n turned the

American a 11onaBailk around here, but I don't see no other She ro<" \p with a sob and retreatedInto quick witted scout, "but this is the first

way. Ilev you pot any perlkkler gal the house, but Mr. Gallup; knew time I ever held four kings and n royal
in mind? I was thinklu of Sue SabiiH nothing of It. lie hung the sickle on Joker nt tie same tlme-San! Francis. '

the other day. She's 20 years old anda a nail near the door, put the whetstone co Evening Post
PENSACOLA FLA. and, tacks on a shelf In the \\O"IIII1'I1,
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...... 1* happy with her. Her mother says and then walked down the path and TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
clo>rd the henhouse door and cast a Take LaxatirelronoQulnlneTabtets. AU
!Sue:) likes to be pt'Ued."OU'fC never
Bank of Pensacola offers to Depositors druggist refund the niom-v if It falls IV y
The American National every look Into the When he
petted me, but mebbe you'll change jug p n. returned care K. W.(iro\'e's signature It on raclt ,

!facility which their balances, business and responsibility warrants, and when I am gone. Xo, Samuel I can't to the house. Mrs. Gallup was box. :-x.\ __u____ ___ .

its Officers would be pleased to meet or correspond with those who remember a time In 27: years whe'iyou've looking I ; at her howl of emptyings( under Counterpanes! done up for 15c each-
pulled my car or patted me on the stove and humming the air of "I Xew.Method Laundry.
Desire to Make Changes or Open New Accounts. the shoulder or poked, me In the ribs. Want to > nnu'I.." She had had -- ---
I-I"- her lamentation and got over It. and It 'Th. r.nnlrnrr.:
Has tho Largest Capital Stock of Any Bank in the State. The rrraercTrnnro that there la<* would |lie three or four days before she The term gardener! implied\ much '

- -- - -- been no shoulder pattE7! or ear pulling; would break out again. M. C1t'AD, more a few generations ago than it ..
during all those: long year brought afresh does today. Young men (paid heavy
out I urst of rn'otirn. amt for two How to Cure Croup. premiums to get In its apprentices under -

SMO-KE: : Minutes Mi I *. Gallup sobbed: ) bittily.Mr. Mr. R. Gray, who livn nl'arme- learned gardeners, and when at the
nit, Duchess county, X. Y., says : '
Gallrp l.ii.l dv.vn the t.l't.tn4 I mil of the term they were invented
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I is
and the sickle: aaJ p'i! 'ked up the piper the best medicine I have ever uet.l. I with the -blue apron" most of them '

of ticks:: and !bal.iuml It tri: thKi'it It i is a fine chiHr,'u's remedy for would compare favorably In general i

I of l.ls: ti er, but lit- was rtlli\.ltu of crou;> and nevI fails to cure." When I intelligence with the graduates Of OUT

I i Lis sirrowi.lines.: civet a* soon as the child becomeli'Urse. -* modem unit rrsitks.An .

PiE pac Bp.Cigri I 1 hi 1--I don't on-pln.'n.: :O:a-lI1d." said: nr even after the croupy

: }!'-- Gallup! when she! 1'0I:1.1l'0):1,1 ht" II'olto\h:\ has devf-lopr d, it will prevent r.\pl.Tlinlli
I vce nan: "V..i'n I saw that jo-i This should be borne in "Your friend home blasts that hH
iniad and a battle of the Cough Item bp-d. Wbat's meant by "
w1,1 linn 1 to pet. I't !It ?}. I'm oKlp wife is C'llloge .t

.... ._ ., ...,..,........ I :;.! wrinkled nr.il rrnwRy. an.lll'IIl't -dy kept at hand ready for in-tant college bred, anyway?" '
-- j iu-f as soon a* l\if-f\ symptoms: ;1I ('- iI
I. .!U far p\ ttJ.! It will h. ilifferen: "'II t.!'e !H's the stuff they l learn t>>
For sale\ Hannah faro. and
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'The Best Up-ta-Date 5-cent SmokE in the Y/nrld with! a ;::11. however. If you lout pull! pear.all medicine dealers. I make at cooking ooholl.-Jt'bane. >. I.

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I her ear at least one" a work and call i -- --
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS. her aneel.: she'll\ git! sulky and Una'.I.v! M>TICII :. The trrt l book ever printed In Swit- ; i,
I the date of 1470.I .
ran :n"lY"Ith a tin peddler. Mrs. zf'rltHlIIplr*
}V>' was scyin: that Cert ha William; I !annual) election of Directorfor -. thp-p. .. .a' -f
)f't' I t-h-
!lox will Make a Good Christmas Present.tIriy3 the en-uin; year of the Citizen Purify 'f'f;; of body and
I would!'1 make! a t nod. pal wife! fur you. I National lank of Penacola, will be I'tiniultte! the di p-tivf' organs to t tf 1 1I
; and Mrs. \vi'a"i; .- "says: that you cor.M 1 I held at aid bank bptwf the hour 'maintain health. strength and pn -rIgy. -

:1i3wLa cv&oDISTRIBUTORS. : not d,} bett"r than to marry Mary ;, of 10 a. na. and 4 p. in.. on Tuesday, I P\II'KI.Y ASH, ISITTEKS is a ,
f- Hawk'as.: but I ain't! poin to pick OUT j January bth: 1901.! 1! tonic for the kidneys liver stomach t

no.JolJfur yon nor find fault wtiyour ; L.IIzi.TuxGriEEx, '''and bowel. Hannah P.ros., special t1\

.- j choice. All I'm goin to do Is tr ;, d7td President: ., agents.

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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8,1900.T&eReporter'sVision .

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THOUSANDS OF CURES.PAIR'S .M.M..M.*!. '
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Tom of Chatter Tewkesbury resolved church.to make So, Laving a column if i TWO SIDES n, I

lecnreJ admittance, he wandered about !
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among the tombs. .. OF A"

L'r. thought"What Tom wonderful as he communed men were with these him- 4 ''il! In I If Ii

; wlf. "What a pity that they'are aI!! i II it DESPOT U Uo I

., dead and have been ia history so long I'I'f/ I I DUST
that nothing concerning; them could now I e
be considered BOWS! There's an oM fellow i iI > 0
'now," saiii Tom, sitting down upon '/' iI I I %. tAR.
a atone bench in a convenient nook and

regarding one of these moss grown records I !! Slrac G CijmuW.Wn[ t ijl c CMri m mctUr
of departed greatness, "{lot wool j'if'i I .
male my fortune if he were !living now, THE BEST

end I could send a report of what he had I I i fi l r In 1M Air r m i
to bay for himself to The National Bal .4

loon.It was the tomb of Bithric, carl nf ( : iix ,, O...e Po! h fiI'I u !0A
Gluucester, which Torn regarded as he i iI 4k nt !I Washing Powder
vpoke. Tom began to feel a little drowy l I "' 8

though he avers distinctly: that he r / i i, &"' ....O.........=,.>f8v.Q"' Jf.U*... ,. ._ _
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did not sleep.A I I e ..3 G.o.&o.O. .*. .
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sigh aroused him at last and ho -
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'I blur Itahmar Khan ameer -
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looked up. A a Immense being, clad in '! 1i 1/
has written an nut hlog. with bayonets fixed and pointing op-
atone colored armor and leaning on a tluit
fchiilJ. stood close beside him regarding ,'t I inpby In which he describes his daily ward. The guard was relieved from Comforts 'I'J

Hithric's torn!)-only the tomb, for the i % II I ille( as follows: ;i time to time. The young man hung In {lOll JII.

Etatue was gone. II "I am always ready as a soldier on 1! the branches until "sloop the knots of able during the I I ,,,,' _
the march to a battle. In such a manner ,., his hands untied," when he foil cu the
Lastilt' I
that I could start without any delay In bayonets and was killed. er and at ,\ucI'i "'

reply. Tom felt thankful that in its ponderous .iff I case of emergency. The pockets of my It was some time after that before that you can llfro t, j
puliteness it did not down ? ,,
topple
upon him. I J ft coats and trousers are always filled !! any one warned the ameer of anything.A several. Marsfot, lt'
"I-I-I'm yI y/ I with! loaded revolvers and one or two more cheerful anecdote: ?
delighted, I'm sure, said
t Tom. "I-I've a little appointment with. loaves of bread for one Jay's food. This 1 "Oncewhen the IJJutlI'D'! playing," -

a man where I'm putting up. If you'll : Il ll I broad is changed every d.iy. Several sass: the ameer himself( "I noticed a If yoif cOllt"npl.io-

allow me to pass, I'll go." I : I puns au-1 swords are always lying by man beating time to the music with life. inve.tiari. t tt I,., TRAWr
Hat the figure did not stir. It simply : jI I the side of my bed or the chair on ', his foot. I knew he must be a European ERS Contract wi" t ,iLf >

turned its stony head toward Tom and which I am seated within reach of my as Asiatics are not In the Lablt o "? more In"tirn.. .
rolled forth from the lips under the hel- I yJl band, and saddled horses are always of doing; this. Old Line Couipi-j\
met these words:
kipt ready in front of otlicc. "I-att-r when cost! n. :M. >: o,
not tLV
"1 am Hlthrie, earl of Gloucester" my onWHERE man came to my li'nlmI
"Good gracious" said Tom. Then, de- j. 1 m lIi r ..i.ii .it durbar, I <.harg"d him with (wing: alYriiigbie
fpite his terror, the ruling passion reasserted j which be denied. However
itselt, and he began;; with Bithric, t II M i : -ti I did nut pros.* the Matter being! afraid
earl! of Gloucester, as he did with other i I r : i 'a that if suspicions ba.l been aroused hs!
. frequently interviewed worthies. *'It life: might w.t Lave been safe."
must be very gratifying to read the records : The man was Arinini'.is! I ?ciA11EiTo
\ II! Vamliery, saskillfully : I''
Tom.of your former triumphs, sir," aM ', i ,I, I ''; 11\I"'i; 1 J disguised i as to deceive all but I f

I r the Sherlock .
: / Mines' amror.In
"
Read! My father made soldiers of hist.MIS \ ;?.1. I I I. ./ 11) '' .
not clerks. But if you are a clerk, .1.Ir the "Il-iliad: the King's; .Mercy"a
sir"- humorous little! Incident !Ii recorded.A ,
"Oh, po; I'm not," said Tom, thinking fiTtain: Yr Khan hn hig attempted any house / ll I'.

f f dry goods stores and saying to himselrf to kill the nuttier at night:; the monarch producein t _
(this aloud), "I'm a reporter" primly told him that be should yetl.eg

t and The then l Ming repeated gazed: on Tom for a moment GEIiEHY GOIBPOIHU) for and recite a rojal favor. So l /llors than I / !

;I "I am llithric, earl of Gloucester." they set Tar Khan in an open place and at the famous

1 I This time Tom put it down in short this stoned him in the niLL.ph; acid! vltn dawn
t i hand. Has Done Wonders was drauing in II:f si'} ;
''t "I for My Baby o c.I keccTi.ing to the written WH'*, ",.;..@ that he da
was ono on whom ,
women always
"
j' looked kindly," said the warrior .I ; not die. (I
crossing
hi* hands upon his sword, "but I had a Boy and Myself. It is a Greats ,I Upon the second night Yar Khan's Two OD CRONIES[
' true heart. I loved but one among all 'I pride broke with his silence, and

women. Let the others smile upon me a TlcTlOugLt be ling among tie! girU and risked
they might, only Althea. Alas, she s Medicine for the Home their lives thereby;
: changed, even as I am! uPrvte<1or of the faithful, give order that h.
t "You should have seen me when I went die." -AND
MRS. J. C. DUNN
it upon embassy to Normandy. My hair TARENTUM, PA., writes : Rut the ameer was In no hurry. lie
fell to my shoulders my beard fell to my I IPaine's err s waited until morning and then
'I" waist. They were of red gold. My shoulders i "I owe you a great debt for the good the order. And when be (Yar Khan save; ) riits t ta t

f1 J!! was worthy were a cloth Althea's yard from love.tip We to plight tip. I Celery Compound has done my baby I the heard king the again.matchlocks click, be blessed i an u

f. til our troth again. I placed a ring upon boy and myself. About a year ago his face
her finger! and she gave me a tress of;

her.* soft hair. broke out in sores. We had two of the best i A cold cough or la grippe can be SALOONS.Tltis .
i. 'Forget! me not for any Norman dan-
, ( "nipped in the bud" with dose
a
i del,' snith she. doctors to attend him, but the sores kept on two of FOLEY'S XEY AND TAR or --

'Saith I, 'On earth there is no'damsel spreading. Finally we tried Paine's Beware of substitutes W. A. D',\I-
worth looking on when one hath looked Celery emberte.
i on thee.' And 1 kissed her and we part # is a broad asset './<,
and
_
bottle
t
' ed. Compound, one cured him of a bade i -- - -
. i !l .l lint a trial order will > '.'
"A little -
after and I
was among th of I '
eczema. the I
shaven case am using Compound Buy your farm wagons
Normans. And I had fulfilled
1 mission and was hospitably entreated my by now for nervousness, and it is doing wondersfor ,' I from ,1. M. Milliard tjCo. rince the public inn! I

i Italdnin, duke of Flanders, and have
paid -- -- ---- the best f/i( tlrtty
I my duty to his daughter, the beautiful me. SLEEP MEANS PFATH.ly : .
\VAXTEI-lood hustlers Cau all kinds
{ Matilda. of Wines <>nd
, fur my.ielf. bit for all my courtitrs Ret an AI contract for Traveler* Insurance -

"She"Handsome was fair to, sir look?" asked Tom.Her Paine's Celery Compound is the ,: .anal {personal attendants, at the door of 'I Co 15. :M.: Solomon, P. (1. Liquors
upon.
were black and her hair, braided with eye3 my durbar room. I have also ordered l Box 2SP! tin lm

jewels, was black as night. She led me national home medicine and has :; that a considerable: number of gold ----- --- -- If not as I I "
represent W!
ruins should be
on to woo her by many a womanly wile, sewed Into the saddle I Time i 13 money. The next few
but I could not forge my Saxon Althea."I '1.( my hordes \'.-:den required for a journey years mean much money for you, if refunlloublcIkemn1'i/,/
made thousands
seemed to lit-oJ her not so her love of permanent and on both sides of the saddle you buy a piece of real estate now.
waxed hotter. Slip wept find said none :are two revolver Values will increase rapidly with the of the purchase.

in Normandy had any of her heart' Al cures. It strengthens and builds ".My s-j'.s. yt ho work hard all day growth of the city. Consult with
last she whispered that if I fain would Inns, Thos. C. Watson & Co. about --
I gi it-rally s{n-nd tin I in
be her true knight I might even be so. e\eiings I Jnve tments,
"I thanked h-r for her courtesy and your nerves, keeps the blood pure ,far: harem nith their wives and --- -- 1 carry all the leading: hi I "
rliiUl.'on. hi the early days! of
Liudness and for the honor that she my
would have done me, but which I must and nutritious makes your whole :reign I used tv> pay vlsStg to my Lal't'Ui i Don't Miss this Opportunity.For as-
decline She pointed to the door about twice a week, bt t as I grew I II Old Pete Cooper.)
f 'Go,' she said. '(.race the castle an.1 more and more with! I (;oldtrill 'A Private s i't..d,
; i preoccupied affairs i a short time we will
. the land bnt body healthful and vigorous. It'I giveaway The Famous Louis I I"m.; ;
remember my love is all I of business and state those! visits below cost, one pound of our
hanged to hate, and I will have r.'- out I Old Pixie.Murray .
were dn\rii to one or two a month Freshly Parched )Il'clra-JnvaCoffee
f Ten! <>.' will cure your indigestion back, i but I now my time is so fdl that I only at IW:\ cents per pound and eighteen Arti : Morgan.Hill.
"I ,
went back to England. I f.llln,1 pound Standard Granulated
pay two or three visits In the year to Bugar Anderson .
t Althea true. I wooed and won her. But : for SI.'Mi.: County.Parol.
I This i is below but
ache rheumatism and my wives a:,d family. The rest uf the cost we ,
even ere she was my bride news came U nerve pros- do this to introduce our Freshly
me that Matilda was married to Ilnke near I occupy the same rooms In which Parched Ground (Iuggenheimer.
or Coilee. This
I .: William of Normandy. Anil I was IlaI.l tration. :' .1 work both day and uigLt. My wives, guarantee to be superior to good we O 'all1a,

for no true knight would willingly deem :, however com and -pay. ierular-:- visitsto you have been paying :'ft l and -lOceiiM Soldrings1 Fa vont" .
a uisiiloii lovelorn because of him. I ICompnrnflir me 10 or 1:.' times! In the year for a per pound for, and no tilling how Yellow Htone.
"And I dwelt happy( with my Althea C'nrllf'Kh" Him Men. I.onirnltr. I i I few hours at a time. God; has oreated long' the goods are packed. Yellow Label.

until the rumors of war tilled our l.iad: C. M. .hwab., prosidrnt of the Car- It has often been remarked that i iwtlle me for his service to care for the na Encourage homo enterprise and Old Echo Hickory..
Duke William of Hpring?
our choir with! his\.rl1lllllly haH'1I band came like unto nce company, recently gave noIce; to nothing Is so uncertain as tbe duration I I lion be has Intrusted to my care and i give us a trial order We are as well Old Crow.

hi) many priests, but tierce in the fight unto Its l: ,C'ulJ tmjiioyees that If conditions of any given human life nothing: j j not to spend my time In personal en. prepared to do roasting as any housein Elgin Club.
the
withal, and good 1 men at arms. And I \-arrnnt. the company will make new Is more certain than the aggregate; of i j Joytneuts and self indulgence. South. Sultana
It'ftlthea and fondit: for Harold, my Aaw scales for the renting! year. The jcars which! may be assigned 1 to a j i ".Iy two sons, HsbibuIIah Jan and High Grade Groceries, Fancy and Old Taylor.

Line, fur a long: ant weary while."Woun men are now wondering whether this group) of 1X( ) persons: cr more J'art ,, < !!;tisijruiab: : corny. Jo sou me twice or at tiou Family, wholesale, at price and that retail.defy coumpt\ -ti- Old Log Cabin, l'ark'r.
.led sore. I was made prisoner moatio a reduction or an nd\anoe !in particular r.g". T'ic"pspectation: of life I fast once overy day to take tln-ir in Bowman's Malt.

and cast into a dmceoi H Winchester wages. at a given age; to use the actuarial: i iphrase strmtious for arranging and d.:>iigi NEW ORLEANS>; GROCERY C3 Montreal Malt
One right my dungeon: door opened and (I All kinds of Dome-ti" <1. .
The notices were posted at noon at differs considerably, I t
cs might :their!
i i : dally work. My younwst sons j
there .
stood at it ,
a lady, filed. The I J.rcm'oll. ported Liquors.
: '
the Homestead Steel: works, the Edgar be expected t. in different countries, nod :nod grandsons visit: mo nbout twice '
thought that it Wl'lI1II.'a filled my a I also carry a large Inn-
heart, and! I cried out. Then she put ThuuiMjii Steel'urks, the blast furnaces Englishmen may be surprised to learn weekfor a few minutes, and as I am i Plume IOT. IVopiieior Cordials, Creme de )IPI'':: ...
hack her veil. The li.'lit of a torch fell and foundry at P.raddock, the that they are not the I l-jtigcst living ,, always busy they sit down and play ceno, Mari-ceno Cherrin- .\ ..
on her face. It was Matilda! luuiuesne Steel works and blast fur anon: the white; races. for a shut time, or sometimes they Crystalized Hock and H .
"She ItM'ked at me steadily, nH'I'the I'pper and Lower Union At the ngn of 'M an Englishman In wrestle with each other and sometimes Crystalized Peach and I H! .' '
'''Said I not licwareof my vengeance?' mills at llaukln and the Carrie furnaces avenge health may expect to lire i'iyears. : with me. and then they are sent Crystalized Creme de M: '

she hUsotl. 'It is attained. Upon my at Knnkiii. and any life office will grant him back' to their own ho\: !'s." A lurse a-sorttnent 'L
.
knee I have rile a boon of 10rJ.an,1 WinesYhite Wines I). ? '
my The .. ,
.. giving f the notice was In accord a policy based <-n that probability. The So lives the sturdy old gentleman,
i e has given it You Imported.
me. I
are my with the agreement tbe company American's expectntii.u i is for a slightly; I who has Ls! physicians! : advise him 1
prisoner, not his. I have laid waste all Sherry Port. Catawba. !'
your land For your person, it t>l>aU lie has with its employers that "bOUhI'I'I.! longer: period. fin the other hand a whether he !'hJll'nt a peppermint lozeage Honey:Rock and Rye. 1'
,. here in dirt and dark! and starve and titer of till parties to the a ,I German lad of 'JO crn count upon little end who U read to sleep everynigLt of various brands.

thirst and ache and day by day! die )by sire a change notice HUM l>e glveivtLree I I more than :0!I years and a half. ; by L'.s! "reader.:' yet who doesn't Imported! good* MIC'', I' 'I'.
Inches: mouths prior to the expirat! n of I It could! seem therefore that the I hesitates of course for the good of hisccuutry ; Fernet. Hootch Whi-ki-- I .
"With pain I lifted myself unto my the ..< a I.'. It the notice N not given; restlessness tttribut to the Anuricaa: -to hticU urea on stakes or brands t of Champagne an 1 : OJ "

knee. Iady.I 1 give you hnnnr and no it Is provided that the scale In force for temperament docs not necessarily conduce slut them u;> In cages to die in slow r quality of Brandies that ion : .
scorn. was but a true !knight: to her any year t'balll.e continued during; the to the shortening of life; nor the ogony. tho market.
unto whom my tows note plighted. lat
next. oor.iposure of the Gorman to its proliingntion. When 11 'y
cf his rebel
my wife come but omv to m.- any unruly people
: 'The soldiers who de poil. d *l>ur The scale now in effect runs until :: Possibly! the better feeding: the aaieer's favorite punishments are sixn ix vot i J.
horn had oommimli from mi.' )1"(. 31. at which time it is expected mid clothini: Atr.erlcans in the lower these:

"Then Mrs.-I leg your IIJrJm-th that wage: will be readjusted. classes of the pipulatinnarethe principal "TLe Russian! ranI'<,." setting a man C11H1ST1AS OHDtH
to speak Mo>t of the men of the : of their
countess W:111W3'1 plainly are opinion I : causes! greater longevity; up tied stiff, pouring oil over him and
d..a.'ai.1 Tom. that it Is the Intention of the company Their position! is. at any rate, nab, setting; bm! nlight.
I "Yt' ." said the brim; to take away merely the advance which tamed in later as well as In earlier The the In barred
cage putting man a -
,\n,1 you-did you mention that you Wi'l'eu early in this EARLY.Jug .
year when yearn. Toe Choicest
ofChristifias
and him mad
-- did not recover tin slnxk?" pen letting go with
there was a voluntary increase of b) The .\ro 'rien who has renohM t u i thirst ,
The presence pointed to the tomb. Tom and Bottle (iiemdt< ,,,
"
looked at it. That is the last that he rempmbcieJ per cent to all workers. may look to complete! 11 years more Impalement-you sharpen a long '
.. ,
I until the sexton shook him. The scales now in force at the Homestead while the I'ritl.-her's expectation is only ,stake hitch horses or oxen to the man'slegs Gifts livered to any part <-f ''

"If you ate interested in the church and 1IU'll1t."lIe works went into i about 1:: years and II') months and set hm! on the stake and draw freight express cliir.-! : ? "' I. '.
you .J';-I't want to Ite shut in all night, I effect with time beginning cf 1 'Jj.;:; !i the German's as nearly as risible 12: hm! on to it. Then the stake is plantedin
)
J "
,l s'pose. said that worthy."Good months less., Roth at "u .mtl at 00 theTrenchman's Are those which combine
I tie srround and the !Ipn perhaps utility
{ *" ; man ADDREHrf ALLOl-11: :
heavens, ciiod Tom.
no with
I ornament and lioli
project Is a little better grace(1nr -
I to live In fur two days.
Tom shook himself aain and looked rrotrre..alie ttrportrm.The agony day furniture stands
,1, up at the tomb. The somber stone figure: Newspaper Writers' union of Co1 1 than the German's and a I'.ttle worse One of the anioor's pr.nisbnients: bas I ly in both respects. out An prominPllt-chair

I leaned upon its shield and poised its lumliu. o., presented a set of rl'Mlu.1 j than.the Enlishma:1"s.-J.ond9n- ...... -- --' -Globe.- been made famous by Kipling.A for th* father, a comfortable easy rocker N. GOLDIIINGI G
1 lance it as before.-I'tchanie.Ibe tion rushed his dur- for the
'! upon to the city (council calling on | young man once to mother and a diminutive I I
I., that body to refuse a franchise to any i: When a follow has money to burn. bar, (council! ) to warn.hlm that: ib" Ins- rocker for the "baby'" are here-lot a :
, ':.i Tote of Knap. I street ear company, except the highest !' time mother of marriageable) daughters slan army wni coining to attn,-k !li'in: ere be.-ide: ". PENSACOLA FLf/ID.\!:
"A :
. clothes thornuhbreIj'DtemaD and ;then forgets them.puts" on his bidder, and stipulating! that the | Is ready to supply him with a match. So the khan !:sl the fool to th.'e! 'ty
successful bidder should sell !! wall and bade lint mount a tt'>e to give p' ,'r.-'
"That's what I try to do, but my tailor car tickets Philadelphia I>cord.r.vrry Tn l& Phone Nos.; H4 and -7':
FurDltun .
yon't let me."-Chicago llecord. eight for 23; cents and S3 for $1. and j warning: of the. graycoats' approach mm tor of the Famous Two > t r ."
> nil "to Al.1ia+ nrnlor t'o! try. I
provide for the arbitration! of all en "
differences j boy In Germany from tb" '
--- -- corner Belmont and '
For a Celd in the Head between the company and Its !, crown prince to the meanest subject Is For a Cold in the Head 100.102,101 South Palafox street First and La-' -

P" Laxative Promo-Quinine. Tab'ets. employ\ 'ces. I obliged to learn some useful trade. Laxative Bromo-Quinine'Tablets., j Corner of Romaca: Street-. loon.South; Pulafox stir" '


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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN9ACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1900. 3 i 1 fl.f *

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BROTHER- GARDNER. ARE YOU tBANKRUPl'inheaIth--- FRILLS OF FASHION. -- ''lii l ; ,' :;


-,? -.fIU' b1' tile. on colr.d Long gold chains are heavier! than 'HE? FIBIIS! NEB S OBE IIEW GOODS 1 '

Mae l'hUo.oph they were and Interspersed with links / i
;.;''"1. 1%.', fr C. B. Lewis] constitution undermined of enamel. NICK'S CSZ5252525 i7:, f t.: : .r
'c"pi. what a scoundrel le by ex- __ .
Some of the
n."DOW wide trimmed hats a
: are '---
Cll
">ta'e takes a noroinashun. an runs .' travagance in eating, by disregarding ficedItb soft breasts, wings and fur, CHAS. C. NICKELSEN, JNO. A. KIRKPATRICK. '.;
I the laws of and the effect is very becoming to some
nature '
._ or
t'lP0"a old faces. Nickelsen & Kirkpatrick t H i !! 1
an physical
up all
12 ..' t, cure aloft capital gone, if so, Shoulder knots of panne velvet made .'

jJoitftefurthcMrouWe.Uvui.>i-, r annpe: to develop. I NEVER DESPAIRTutt's lettes with the are ends used finished on both with day gold and aguil-evening No. 43 S. Falafox St. Telephone No- 218 'i : f ...


( J an Innocent man who Liver Pills will cure you. gowns. ;

'I.C ce t .:, \!'I fur three months, butt For sick headache dyspepsia shirred Low, broad taffeta hats of black velvet or : Groceries and Commission. r- '
,s: 'I are very much worn,
,,.', I I.\' knowrd 500 others W
!
( '
':1 and shirred net is introduced with the .
iI lebin sent fur a *ar. sour stomach malaria torpid .
t I0 velvet with owe have New Store, in the ;
,a1J '.e'- pretty effect. PLACEII just opened our premises<< vacated by ,
his: 111, ._ i liver, constipation, biliousness No gloves and many rings seem to be Htinberc Bros. & Co., where we offer a Complete New and Fresh Stock of f ,
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Cigars and Tobacco and .
down le fence the fashion respect-
I
taiin some at the
/r i' and all among women
kindred
j y i diseases.Tutt's I .
Itel.a fully invite the patronage of the Pensacola people, which we expect to de. '
sn"my naybur! but am theater, but you will notice if they are
"I serve by Prompt Attention, Quick Free Delivery and Good Goods I ..:
't'II'I" I
u p 11 fect bigh-! Liver Pills swell that the sleeves are very long, I
,epf ltts" 'Ugtl'Ly reverence extending well over the Land and quite ,

I'e'e "I'u'8.<:. ',-'n: is ekasc I nl'bi i an absolute cure. transparent. I! Fine Batter and Country Produce a ecialty.

d ; a or t-oStee! of Lira.E liuas are made cf white poppies with __ _
t t 1/L10\w! -- -- -- --- ______ h ___ _
I : black centers and finished with plaited I r

.. :- t up nights to strive I fh'uenr Ktrtnolnn Act. chiffon ends. In fact it is difficult to
:
''
: ..i !> !'1" ;its: frees de day ,' The Chinese exclusion act should bo hay of what they are not made so The Post PopularRE8AllRANT I II i

*1.v t ", f, 1 (.f hi-sdf, lie hasnter I' not only re-enacted. Lut, made broader great Is the variety In the shops, and I McMillan Bros. Go.. Xf 4

L!'1,' ', I ,', ., ,', -broader In the sense that it should: whatever the material they are very i
1 exclude all alien labor. White, UacU, full, with bug, soft ends.; .

Ti. i, :..'n I \';rll,1f1rhy brown and jellow-In fact, all alien labor Yards' and yards of narrow ribbon

:' .. !i' i r..!, ,'n-.iif to marry -should bo barred. The Industries velvet are used on evening; gowns especially I 'Coppersmiths .
i.;. ,C.; t -lie: has informed of our country are protected. Why those made t.t net with [ I : ,
I .. rot the! American ,,
: '. s when she thinks! protect woiLineman. flounces trimmed: with graduated rows
r., I r': .kon ifioat mar- i i i' Io not br'ug' him to the! huiiilitlu of \clvet. Printed: panne ribbon is General! Metal Workers,

:.. :. ,,:.-1. level of eriir.pe'.itiou with Japanese \I used on tu''p: gowns, and so I is white >ee Prsrs -
r. ; :\ Chinese and other Asiatics.! i j velvet ribl-on, which is'rrJ' effective. : seem -

: .f ,.; : j I..!'I Oat PloKlwj :ilth i The ext-liivion let should l>e made ]"' SLi/rt dressy coats of black velvet In ,-r people:South "cola. I Sr11L te cf tad> Bulgers! to I t&i '

.. :' .. ;'::1 i I I-stored it to him. general. The Atl.intii' seaboard nt-eiis made! with fancy vests and fur under- Kiel-
,I'.;, ,.1 . Celebrated McMillan Seamless Si.
it ., : .- o u'du't! diskiver tat labor of Lurtpe\ as due; tin Pacific which joung; women delight. Lace outlined u Turpentine

_r' ,'.1'! ; .-, !tbud'!! in out t'-ye I dida'tr : coast from the iuiui;;rants of the far (I with gold applied! to cream clothis 13'.

;ci s .1 i. I at" J.-t honest 'nuff. !1 east. one style of vest, and another I is ,I, al c It i&abed. tMt DJDq daabtot>s> ).
Look what exclusion Las done for the
made of delicate brocaded satin; the
I-.r r.i i. ?' J I reason why a per- i i i' Pacific coast and especially for California. tlowiTs being;: outlined with the gold FIl'1EEscambia MOBILE, ALA.

.::r ',' y man:: wit) a big; bank There has been a gradual decrease cord.: -New Yolk :Sun. !
'I :; of Chinese laborers in California
: <. jMn't! be a philosopher an
.c. since the law: took effect. Rut failure 111
most of trubbles -
-
>r : i:.at our nin ORCHARD AND GARDEN. Oysters --- -- : -
;. but 1 nebber could to re-enact this rr similar legislation
l; "M Ui-guko. K. C. BRENT, 'W'Jl. I'ent ,,' W. K, 11YEB. JR., J. B, KEE8K.!:
would brie with it reflux of
j,,. !it "u a dollar a day. ; a For a family orchard many varieties President. fabl5'inertt' Cashier. A 5'L Cashier
the Chinese.! The Japanese are already may be planted and few trees of a variety RECEIVED FRESH EVERY DAY

Fr three weeks last summer Way corning; in by the thousands. so as to Lave fruit every season i
I B-bee an Samuel Shin sot on de Lit loose the floodgates of Chinese immigration I .
t tin and the whole season. AND SERVED IN ALL First Niif onal Bank
we aa arpiod; as to whether de moon and the! Pacific coast would Slight: elevations are a safer place fur '6 I

n. UmabiteJ or not. Dooiiu dat timecad i In live years he bwarmiu:; with coolies. the grape than bottom lauds, as the STYLES. 113 .:

I[ Sis. an jit dey look upon met I This country is :\erlable Klondike! vines and fruit are not so apt to be injured I 'oidereOP <

)kiln! In philosophy.an I 18. eritable Nome for the Chinese: and by early or late fro>us. I PENSA" .A. FLA. '.
I Japanese. They can make as much I I II e
The deficiency of potash in the soil -
an den I think I'd like to be money In a week here as they can of peach orchards is shown in the spindling ----- -- i! DXREorrORO.WM ; .
remember dat make on theft! own soil:! In a year. They
I hey to
rte 1t only t ;growth of limbs and twigs. IVt- H. ENOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT, W. K. HYER JH
krkh! n.aa kin wear his last year'schart can do this and work for half whatwe : I
ash makes firm, stocky: peach woo 1.
D. G. BRENT,
Of so bar'fut In de summer pay the Allericalllalorl'r. and theyaie : Dinners I D
Regular{
!if Every
of the to work for In almost all orchards, especially y II I .
contented wad lot glad opportunity
j me

,.r.....:?- my half.The fight for a re-enactment of the old are there only will cumbm-rs be found of some the trees ground that! !i I kin! nl U Aan Iti it 4 Ii!L -

e 'J a. in goes huntin fur a b'ar, I Chinese exclusion\ act should be made Grub them out and put something of w !

,1 him h
b'ar hunt in fur is the freezing! and thawing in the .
l a gates a the Pacific: coat. !but the central states, :
L vrW9 Irr.v or.r Ot Bills of Exchange: on Great! Brltr.in, IrelandGerman :
.' .i ,':11'Li'n\ ho iills! up on Hiulrnrticcl..rly those: bordering on the months after January that hurts the :Franco, Aaiiria, Italy, Holland, S ran. Bolgica, Jiasaia: J c.r
F I u tr.itliii.: M.ta an a heap .Atlantic should! \Le iwhhll'tl.-T. J. Ocaly strawberry beds; hence they shouts be i way, !B-sr eica: Denmark Gut other Turopaaa cocntnos.Di5i3r .
.' ain't! alas! well mulclnil cs as the ground I
HI Lv to soon
up Author cf IV'sent elusion Act. .. ---- ------ -- \
.' M. QC.\lJ, freezes !!Ukh'ntlj'ml.\ --- 'Vt..ioIeI:; 'i'&1 area: the Mont: Favorable Terms: ana that
The cause of mops appearing! on the ObliKt'.U"r.s n F-i.-dh'.o at Port ,)f Dest Batton! Ten ar :Fifteen Days i
I I POLITICAL QUIPS. tHee Vessal ArrlTOb theio.with : "
Where :Msht It Lon stems of apple and other fruit trees iswet. | \
:. i 1" .r c.a\\u this; particular: Ts- I I (cold: undraiccd land or an cscessiu'ly : : : "
Boise fog Ron in ConncoMrm
Orders i 8ty Deposit t
l .i t ireiue'.y LIcaaluliter' : : ToUISTJT: rirn in this country vote as humid cT.rr.ate.; Good drainageIs ; Special, !:
'. : :" asked: the es- I: they ptay-ai'd ibt-y elec.pray r.nh'ss it ore remedy.-St. Louis Ilepublic.: : .:, 1 W31ic21e Iiavo Private Apavtzncnt for the Usa h I : ,\
i is tr a-b a jrrajntl fa\or.-C'aicasoNews. : of r. ritarq. "
> 1
;r':. 1, \.as on his way to the leesngdied ; fI'J1"" t 4 '
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'. ITEMS OF INTEREST.A nerved all Jaours of I f
Tl.rre be nr.tulivr "f i jieoji *
may: any '
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the native, "tLe
poor ( rusnMiri' foe inter! !but the only w.iy most I i! 'N f -
It. 1- tnfii crying ncaily nil nijut.! I of breath isI new 1 inland has been formed out at A W1
j of tin'in will: vvi r get mt the day or night at c yg 1
.: :t t't mean It' i I when they die.-Philadelphia! Times.! spa about tin miles! : from the mouth of :. iII

.'.. :. lie's just stopped and her I The nuviTons Smith family: will have the il'one. Reasonable Prices. I (.!v.mr a drat, tf 1rxc1h. ,)

... \:,( Iy live month anl one I six numbers m the nest federal house of Vital statistics published, rvcontly in II II I ...T1.' nTEn AND JOBBER 0? !
th '- Philadelphia: Press.OILer representatives) Three of thorn enrnpI Norwiiy slow that about 7.000 iabablt-! ; I : JI m.,
I from Mkhi.ia: and one inch from Kcn- of that country die annually! from I G1f1' e7fT
ants
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tucky, Iowa and Illiuois.! Hartford I'u.t.IOo I 6 r e''S'iNi'
'hf'f'Jo.
the
Tarnlll
ttz
.. i I -- ----. usumption. alb i 4 ? v 'times I wish I had never
The linfialo: Bird 1'1'otectisoeipty i
$ Itlat .t111IOO
:. : ;. I defends the 1'nglish: fl'ilrroaSl'l'b: ) I I Iut !fads. Azcs, Bho'!tb, Saw Mill and Steamboat !BnrpUcr! Cooking
B -i d is but natural IlL'Jr.'l! The reader this will bej j ji
paper : in SEA FOOD DINNERS 1:1 DtovsB, Paint, Oils and Window GlsEs,
C-- .. > back on those things that i i pleased to learn that there is at leat iI I In;: to the birds the disappearance. i( }':' He.-itiiig
I : i-J hardest to get.-Lire.anv that vicinity of the c.inkirworni.1h ,
j one dreaded dNea3: that science band at : Aiejale aid Tinw are and KousefurnisMiig Goods.I .
-- -- leader cf the! Marine '
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has Keen able! to cure in all its stagesand
t\,:Lt tm t' of the counterfeits Washington! gets;: f.l,:OO a year, and ( A Specialty. I Gins, Pistol and Fishing Tackle
1 that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
).\\'jtt'sVitch Hazel halve the first and second class icu ciaus! JGO I
'
)Y'[t,:of tt"'in are worthless or liable ''xnown Cure is the only the medical positive cure now and $."0 a month respectively. Theyare AGENT Ir Eirrntoghain Rolling Mills Company, Revere Giant
t "A** The Ie- to fraternity ration In all casts. :
original allowed
*!t's Witch injury. Catarrh being a constitutional dN1 money i t ::t'tchcd'! Kohintf, Ifortharapton Emory Wheel Company, Laftln & Rand:
Hazel Salve is
a c r- after the wreck of the Mohican -
1 Although
'->- cure for piles, eczema, cut,*. 't'bC, requires constitutional treat- Po'fdw: Company, Johnson's Eabomlne, Iron King and Beck's litoTes
after ,
':d.. Nirns, ores and skin disHararis I, thent. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken two years ago and again I I, and Ranges, We. Coapa \ Co.'z Eav Hiia Laaa! Leather, :ilaanry's Ready
the that of the Paris last year the Trinity Proe'the
internally, acting directly upon
H;
: Pharmacy, Sidney +_ is .1\lhM.d Colors.Masonic .
t.t
: .' blood and mucous surfaces of the Brethren the British !lighthouse author-I'
J'unShepaard. i pyst m, thereby destroying foun- ities, promised that a light; ,," I, Temple, Pensacola Fla.

| dation ot the disease, and giving the put en the Manacles reef, off the Lizard j I Pudding I 1- -
IT ] L1 Most complete patient strength by building up the nothing marks the spot !but th? j .. !I I
i'' It j j constitution and assisting nature in old bell buoy that has been proved in ,! Do our an-

mcdiumand slockjiille |:I I doing so its much work.faith The in its proprietorshave curativepowers 8ufficl nl i I nounceaientaloolj Bi d Q S aln l Fftt71 c 4
; cheap ---- -- -
+. tempting
I[ that they offer One Hundred
frides ever displayed in | Dollars for any case that it fails to DeWitt's Little Early Risers are : 'c 1 We try
pen. cure.. Send for list of testimonials dainty little pills but they never fail to make them
Lcolu. instal-
( Cash I Sash Doors
or I i r II
obstructions y I ,
Address, F. J. CHKNEV & Co., to cleanse the liver remove ,, so. But a pud I
tnts. We have just what j Toledo,0, and::invigorate the system !i Blinds Laths
ding was no
1 Harris' Pharmacy. Sidney Kahn, ,
;/'lt Wflll t. Marston l'$ Fold by Druggists, 75c. intended
Fi" !I Hall's Family Pill are: the best. John tiheppard.GIiOTJJlflG more
"l. to! lx lookedatraerolythaa Flooring. '
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n -- -
I h an AHaOLUTE KECES8ITY '; ;f t 1: ; \ t Is oar stock.Buppr Apt* for J. J. HcCaslill & Cos!

particularly at this Sea eij
!'e
you
T son of the Year, and the do what you Sawn Cypress Shingles.

............ ___ __. __ __ STEiN .BLCCH fe i the : would do with OFFICE AND DEPOT:
Maka that is Guaranteed to Satisfy the Mot Fastidious ', the pudding.Test .
1 Street Whir 310.
the Choicest and the Bsylen Telephone
Tie{ Pattens and Material are it

Workmanship and Make is the acknowledged heat in ; I Ii PEXriACOLA.HUE .

..0Im : the 1-jnd. Wcretcd*, Cheviots and Serges at !Price chat ,

Huit Purse and Times. i; WE ADVERTISE REGULARLY '

My LinG of FURNISHINGS, such a-Gloves, Neckwear i I That is why our Prescription A AM t R R1!

Shirts! Hoi err an 1 Underwear, in fact all that so ,
Business i Grow
Ii so Rapidly.
to make up a Gentleman's attire, canu"t be more com-1'
%, i i CIGARS !
> plete. The Celebrated I Jaegers' and American llo-iery > Pure DrugsAND

s\ !: .\ Tin Co.'s Underwear of which I am Sole Agent, guaranteedto .',

LECder in Ntckweor.l keep vou warm in a Kansas: : blizzard. DRINK I I. [R WHISKY I r
:; pin YOU f-AY HATS ? How about the H.ilnikeUY.IlarperCifflr
Latest and PROMPT SERVICEDO
JOHN J; SliU'SON? All the Shapes i ,
U LINE OFiASCOTTS Styl.'$. Alf I TUE[ POPULAR BRANDS. THE nE T. 1! -
; ?: 1 HOES The Old I.R"litll"JOHX & :MUR- I M
P1IYV, theonly Shoe that will make you laugh when : '
uj' ;: I j ''
'IIE'E1W LATEST. you put them on. 1 1 hPopular J13 iI

JORDAN ? If you don't believe me. just give me a trial and I'll :
i( co.
F t
convince you. Yours, I '.
Pensacola
in
Only place
III!' l'n".n"l.. Fnrnl..hprs Copyright 1O.( JOS. COLEMAN. Drug Store, I

Tux Sras-Bwtu-t where you can get Ho. 37 South Palafoz, The Best in the r ark&t. .

'' I A Chriffmasplni.anilmalf Good Ore. the Genuine Tampa Telephone ,;.t>, \ \....J. '
for Cknft'itat List one n .
1 cars year ,
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p9.1 t/-5- literature is full of tales: of the
1iI''rCxp ; I cheer by the ue Made .
good uperinduced I
L I CURE YOURSELF! I Ii
the I !
of wines and liquois to warm 4' .. Jug ;,
5 cockles of one'-s heart. At Chri-t- t 11a. t a : .1 i .r.I.Irr..e i

mas time if never else, Dr. Santa
Clans: prescribes the blood warming Besieoi ban GBB a0' i .
juice of the richest and rarest crapes
't! and distillations from carefully $'el :. m.e rJ, ,7(] Ant l hr L'ru .i ta,
cted cerealWe are "Purveyors
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to Hip Majesty, the King: of Christ- 1I "
mistide.; 1I I .1 bYr .Lt ia :' unt J

,,u 'ada1 V. J. VIDAL, I l'E5S1COL.FLA.. .

pans ositian Mcwa 19h 1. I >; mm( m mil lIQ O ORS, m, HC. NI6K'S rl f | acceptable If patentM.Icu. MAIN HOUSE: ..L
Lmm fll 8. Palafoi
ri""T1Mi e =TR'C"T 4 Cor. Gorercmcnt and TaT:1"n. 1 .ror I PATENT RECORD, Street. Phone IllS

liy Damtter Bros. cllusc fat i Battiaore, Ml BRANCH: Opp/Union Dep t, Phone 36t !

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4 THE DAILY NEWS DECEMBER 8 1900.
: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, ,

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MATRON AND MAID JACOBY -
< GOLDEN RULE JONES.POST
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External

r HIS REWARD.) No Police Judge Neiswaoger of Alment, all Presents of hn numerou his ben con pair:,"M. .a. .

ELECTION ADDRESS TO THE .Kan.: is a woman. spectfully; announces .' I "
,
tZL = 11C1 ti a-:
illlllltlRillt'iCSt717tlfsJ EMPLOYEES IN HIS FACTORY. Symptoms. Mi's Kathleen Haydn Green, daughter his new and commodiou. \\'r. '...

I of tbe new mayor of London, has become in the rear of his store K ,:f

''Tonng ardent, sanguine and prone to celebrated as writer of verse. and in ui'e. he finds thai }
]fan \Vltkoot :"
I; foiling la love imaginative I hailed ODe ,r a Partr" Dbt'.II. The blood may be In bad condition, Mrs. Elizabeth II. Allhurn cf Chicago! at this time with the adl11'I. :
Politics, .
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petting bustle I found half a dozen per- From Christian and. Ethleal Stand- eruption or sores to indicate it. The honor of the Ancient Order of United templated will so ."r

> pona, one of '" hom was an elderly gen | points. I varia5leappetite Workmen. She has under her supervision mode his cnitol ler-. _' .
I in such cases being a :
tleman. On the day following the recent electron I symptoms 1 "I grand lodges and S5 subordi when they are {entith ;
Presently he took from his pocket a I i poor digestion, an indescribable nate lodges. prompt and elfectiv.. .. .\
black leather pocketbook and opened It. Mayor Samuel M. Jones of Toledo and loss of flesh for .
weakness nervousness Agents of Mrs. Leland: Stanford are preparations t. -
It fall! of bank lIe began to \\ made an address to the men employedIn .
was notes. and a general run-down condition of the negotiating to secure
turn them over iu bank clerk fashion. his factory, known as the Acme I the blood hi! buildings at Paris wl.iih could be taken postpone further! w. i k .

There might have been ?50,0: ) in that Sucker Roll company With a slight 'system-clearly showing apart and erected upon ground already the rush of the solid,: .

pockctbook. lie thnmbp them over Women are Like omission the address follows: j lost its nutritive qualities, has become thin purchased in a pleasant sulmrb of Paris Mr. Jacoby a-k- I"- :

roughly and carelessly and now and then Healthyandstr.ong "My dear friends, I Lope that allot I and watery. It is in just such cases that to serve as ;American hospital.A the public :yntrallj : .

tore one. Flowers e they blossom you and all\ of. the people of the S.S. S. has done some of its quickest and license was issned the other! day that as usual: he 1 I. ,- .A
The old gentleman made a note of tinue' to .
and bloom. Sickly, they wither and country feel as comfortable over the most effective work by building up the for the marriage of Mrs. Anna l>uumir keep one -it :
something-probably the sum total-on a and ,
plete .
I
blank loaf and carelessly put the book d.e. Every woman ought to lock well result of the election as I do. I Lave blood and supplying the elements lacking and Enoch Allen ilrs. I>unmire way in the coiner.nients ,' .. "
the widow of Charles J. luiteau, who citvtion I '. .
Into his tail pocket and feel well. It's her right and duty, saM many times that an election is a I to make it strong and vigorous. of
staple and .
but she might as well try to put out afre I, was hanged for the assassination of I'res- : :
Incident In
In the course of a few minutes all the mere the campaign that I goods, canned ,
iJent Garfield in 158 IL Allen is be pro h ,.
with o;1 as to be healthy and attractive wife used to .
passengers WHO set down, and 1 was am engaged In, and of no election that My several specialties and di .
her third husband.Lmly
with disease the I
corroding bottles of S. S. S.
left alone with the owner of the pocket- ever occurred Is that more true than of inspection oi .
w
organs that make her a woman. Upon I blood purifier and dc Gray, who, with her husband
book. At he as a
length too, poked the conductor the that invites ,.
one took place: yesterday. I ever11,1'. !
with his stick to signify that he their health depends her health. If I to tone up a weak and is said to hurt furnished the inspirationfor
wished to get out. there is inflammation or weakeningdrains am for everything this morning that I emaciated system,with the clever comedy, "LorJ and Lady city
.
I watched him as he walked away or suffering at the monthly worked for in the campaign; and I very marked effect byway I Algy," is about to open nu afternoontea "Jacoby."and Fan lbonymous.

across the road until he became lost to period attend to it at once. Don't against everything that I worked of improvement. room in Grafton place London

my view in the crowd upon the pavement delay. You're one step nearer the against In the campaign. I am for asocial I "We regard it a Lady de Gray is a member of the Prince for acccptablels

Then niy eye was suddenly at grave every day you put it off. and political order that will be great tonic and blood of Wales' itt anl has found it necessaryto State If y,

tracted by something black lying in the Women can stand a great deal but true In every detail to the idea of I purifier"-J.F.DUFF, go into business from a financial m 3ttnted.
they cannot live forever with disease Princeton Mo.SSSis. standpoint.Mrs. THEPATEtrTRECpRa
atrasty at the bottom of the omnibus.It equality, that all men are createdequal : ,
was the black pocketbook! dragging at l.te most delicate and Victoria Jackson, who owns a Baltimore, 11I3 .;
Suddenly recovering myself I stooped vital organs In their body. You may I am for a social system that the greatest of all fashionable dwelling in New York, saw ... -
have been deceived in so-called will grant to every baby born on the ;:- ; r *
down and with a trembling; hand tookit cures. and you will that a strip of land adjoining might prove ,""

up. I rushed off frantically in the direction there We don't is II see much how worthless you could stuff help it-on planet equality of cpportunlty: with n II the appetite im troublesome It the owner chose to build ; /&* ::- '

in which I had seen the owaer of the market. Hut you won't be disappointed every other baby..gslnst a system \ at once,strength on it. Her apartment house has many trevt'i' .. .... j =.,
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the pocketbook disappear. in Bradfield's Female Reg that destroyri fr by making little windows overlooking this lot. Sohe M .; '
ulator. We believe it is the one medi- vanishes ). l, j', ,
f returns and nervousness as new ;
In a little lane diverging from the main cine on earth for*omanly ills. Thereis j them inordinate L fbile It destroys bought 111 fet of the vacant lot for t ; !

street I caught a glimpse of the owner of as much difference between it and I many by- ,) c ../'/>m Inordinately rich pure blood once more circulates $10OuO, which will prevent the erection "f : .. .

the pocketbook.Just other between so-called right and remedies wrong. as Braijield'sKemale there is i poor. I anr ,} eace, forThe harmony through all parts of the system.S. of other buildings. t1:14: r;

as I cot within a few yards of him Regulator soothes the pain I( for Leaven pm against war: S. S. is the only purely vegetable Miss Nevada Stout of l\versvill, 0., ( \ : : --I. : ,

be stopped suddenly, slapped his pocket, stops the drains, promotes regularity, has received an engineers; licence to operate .
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appeared to remember that somethinghad strengthens purifies and cleanses. It I and hate and helLlp rm against the blood purifier known. It contains no min "" ," / .
I a engine, ha\ir-g -
stationary : '
answer- .
been dues all this quickly and easily and i war of conquest tbw' we are now carrying erals whatever. Send for our free book '1Ji1. V 'I,
and .
forgotten abruptly turned l 1 "
naturally. It is for women alone to decide I e< quectioiis out of the -5 propoundeil. Mj '
round to retrace bin steps. whether they will be health/ I ; on in the Ptgfipplne Island I I|! on blood and skin diseases and write our The examiner found her in full ibair-e cf .tWljt e. \-".. 1.,"l
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Wo gazed upon each other in mute butexprossrve sick. Bradfield's Regulator lies at am against goverrfc nt by force anywhere I for information advice a mill and running n.0 hor power engine r.-.;' I I .. i\,
hand it per bottle at drug store. I physicians any or r.- ;. ..
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silence. Then the old gentleman : and for I and he : fi
Saul for out free twklrt. go rument by consent i wanted. No for medical advice. speaks of her ability as Tear ( l \
opened his arms, and I Ml plump THE BKADfitLD KGUUIOR CO.Atlanta, C.. [ everywhere. I bpeve that the first charge i I bug nothing to be desired. Miss Stout is <1). '._ '!

into them. i step toward a more just social! order is !I THE SWIFT SPECIFIC I COATLANTA., GA. I j IS years of age and is considered aery :\,,'- / ."""" ., '
"Young the millionaire ..., .
man, said in a handsome ..
young woman. ;
to put an end to the killing that is \.-f...7'. kccwpr .
gruff but tremulous voice aad gently dir carried on In tb'e of j or tne plant or government to exist by I Mrs. Nellie Grant Sartoris is the sub K !.
The
engaging me from his embrace, ";rOUD'; *_. nj1- 1>ot Count i name war. force, tLe doctrine of might over right, c ject of an anecdote now coin the rounds
I way to stop murder is to quit kllJng::
nan let mo"- pp*-i'es, It Is a really I may be wrong. The future alone will j of the London press. When a schoolgirl
He did not further then I people. As lo/g as states and nr.Uonskill i U/J at
get any just I visit
hi rl. Teddy Is learnngAUfmk' tell I believe His: on a to London she was entertained } pleases
but took the pocketbook from my eitendrd 11/ their enemies the spirit of murder at luncheon by Queen ictoria. After
La Babylonian art and "Truth forever the iciffo'J,
hand, opened it and, grasping a handful will be and individuals will :I Wrong forerer on on the throne, : she Lad left the Marthionet-s of Ely, thequeens
I of notes, appeared to be about to offal ff Egr'alive Sapta Claus .
4
\ I took a stand I Yftthjit scaffold swaps the future. j secretary, expressed her surprise
l me that amount. But suddenly M r'' do you think tbey. for Mr. 1 ryan: because I believed that i I And behind the dim unknown at the self possession of the young AmorI -
. thought letter of his apparent intention ) .<'useful? StaaJfth God within the shadow "
I lean girL "Yes said the .
smiling.j
was the I could make Influence queen
shut up hU precious Jxx: >k anJ put it -r I Useful? Thank Leaven we haven't most way effective my Eecf ing watch above Lis own. | "indeed, it was I who wa embarrassed." IS SURE TO PLEASE L
. toward this first
his pocket. come down to that yet"-Life.Almont "We are to Improve our system of ,
"Young man" be repeated again slop i step. In every particular I Lave been 'I The arbiter of fahloll: : |It i .
I true the politics to correspond with the material When you need a soothing and puted authority tin-" .. .
fog my hand and apparently still too I an Angel."Host to highest and holiest impulseof f <)I. .
: improvements that have been : healing antiseptic application for "King: Cbri': tllla ." W .
with
overpowered emotion to give intelligible my soul, and I have nothing to regret -
expression to the sense of obligation Ingratiating nian I ever knew, r: made since the days of Washington any purpose, ue the original De- says goes. His GUK r :
For
that If
I had the
reason
. under which he felt himself, "youag man, said the former acquaintance of the de- experience and Jefferson. I'artylsm Is passing. I Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, a well proval points to the dam: )' _
ceased. "Why, that fellow could wheel to go through again I shoulddo known cure for piles and skin diseases securable
i COK'rt
I-I can never repay you. I shall remember I Conventions and bosses will not rule at l\< "-fe-i(o
a baby buggy along the sidewalk dur just the same. : It heals sores without leaving :For Christmas! ; .,
o yon, respect you, young man, as |I the people much longer. They will gifts u >:
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" long as I live, and I hope-I do hope- ing a street parade and get nothing but "My only hope and all of my Lope Is nominate their own candidates by free i: a scar Beware of counterfeits. Har- be assured higher appr-<", .

but there is my card, young man. Call smiles."-Indianapolis Press.i In the patriotism of the people, the love | petition and make their own laws by Ig-i Pnrmacy. Sidney Kahn, John than their immense Inn ,>' i
i
upon me tomorrow at 6 precisely-at 6 !i! of man for man. I have no hope In any direct Sheppard. Fancy Goods and Novtltn"-
legislation.
1 precisely. For the kind of I i
present farewell, Comparative Degree.Mr. partyism. Moreover I Lave :
"The only advice, the only counsel
;young man. Call upon me tomorrow atC ritt-Young Dukane Is a chip off Bald so on hundred platforms."At '
precisely. These were his very lat the old block. the heart of every human soul I i that I have presumed to give you, men --THE
words of the Acme Sucker Rod or
Mr. Fenn-I always considered him there is a desire to do the right the company
He meant to make friend the voters anywhere baa been strictly
I a of me-to rather chipper myself. I'lttsburg good, the true, the lovable thing. Jfoth- I'
Introduce me to his family, to point tome In line with the beliefs herein eipress-
I Chronicle-T elera ph.I lug will ever swerve me from this beI I
as his benefactor, perhaps to adopt ed. I have said own yourselves, be Citizens
ij me as his son. lief. This love of the good of the National Ban
free men, always do your best, always
It was as clear as day. Mr. LoM "ha,! Incredulous Man. right, of truth, is the commprf heritage j i
l l I vote disavow
allegiance to any manor
'Pay as you go' Is rule.
tt a daughter a lovely daughter felt certain my of all humanity. NQOO of us are 1i0
I? he hal.t' i "Yes! ; so ninny people won't believe good that we have: -/,nopoll of it set of men, and doing this, I believe

I Iif I you when you say you'll pay as you and none of us so bat\ fs to be entirely the Interest of human liberty can be OF PE. SACOL!.

!: come oack.-Detroit Free Press. safely committed to your care. Our
: I I I without it. From tha foundation of the
} wife, provided-provided we happen to j j' great need Is a social faith. Partyism, I JOHN
:: like each other. Ah, I saw it all. That i I Hampered. world truth Las byen/giluing' ground. ,I sectism has wrought such havoc with 11 L. HILTON GREEN F. PFEIFFER
. The social instt:pct, real socialism, PRESIDENT.
} was what he hop d. To be sure! I "Ida never talks slang." [I the better part of our natures that we CASH' I.
4 Next morning I was up and dressed at brotherhood, has a firmer hold In the : T, E. WELLES R. M. BUSHNELL
I} "Then that's it I wondered why It are willing to believe In anything path
an unwonted hour. My toilet cave me human heart today than ever before, I VICE-PKESIDENT. ASST. t A-lii HDIRECTons :
: was she could never make herself understood. er than In people, but we must learn to
some uneasiness. I had certainly a pair and I know the truth is thus steadily >
of black trousers, but there were uncomfortable ."-Philadelphia Bulletin.Sniplcloni. gaining. J I believe'lu one another We must be I :
' of shininess I worthy to be trusted, and then wt
symptoms about the
"I can candidly that in a certlinI T. E. WELLE8
WM.
gay
FIBHER.: RIX M. ROBi SOi
Inees and raggedness; about the feet. must trust. I know how deep stated
'I' sense I do not care who 'wlns' in a of E. E. Saunders & Co.
I Then my laced boots-clearly I required ? this! iulidilUy N, and it is" solely br-
j campaign. is be K. J. WHITMIRE. JOHN F. PFEIFFER MORRIS BEAR
My anxiety not to !
suit Rut how?
a new I was very jI cause I felt tunwd of maklnjr! a contribution -
1' short just then, an I quarter day was 3"'tI I with the winning side. My only con- '! to the social fa'th! that I dchnt'd .-- L. HILTON GREEN.
I a cek of. corn !Is to be with the truth knowing; '
I, *.. jI to go to CiiU'4rc>='. 1 knew that
Sampson: suddenly occurred to me. that truth is always triumphant.: There !
if I brCarit'
0 a cMiil.dati; for
congressthe A General
II I applied to Simpson accordingly for is really no foundation in fact for the Banking Business Transacted,
I the loan of riot and it be { I sincerity of my purpose in flitscapaig'1
IC' may 'iteratingto I great confidence that we have in maI I I
state that the request nas unhcsitat- 'I'j jortties. Of course we submit to whatIs :: : would: IK <]'!<'bliuncd. S;,-..f' r

ingly I complied with. : if nij beet 1rl'tsvl! : lirlii-je\ la m

!!.i t Simpson' my boy," I exclaimed, graFpio I right called on our majority present rule planet, and but that it by 15'i I thoroughly ju
r, ? his: hand, "jou have made my forj I as they think I ought to do them ba
f,, tunel"On no means follows that majorities are j told me that they w.JUJ.ratlwr anjInxly Change Bought and Sold, Collcctfcn-

inquiry I found that 1'aralKe Tina! j I always right. Indeed they Lave been I should iiprcMiit them In r"ugross Promptly Attended To.

I i was situated near the! end of the lane.: .\ oftener wrong in the 'l'l1t"Cnt:! of than I unh'ys I"i'r.t to rungns1; *

few min'iti" brought;: mo to the gate J w I history than they have been right. The : !In the!
way tiny thought 1 should) ::0.
It was paradise: indeed, and with a' I I&lank majority was not with Jesus !In the awful '
: "What with This I o:.iilj tint d... I did not ask ACCOUNTS
SOLICITED.
RMisjition of icing there I pulled up my ; yon doing your savings agony of Calvary, but Jesus was any
I ; ..!.Irt collar and rang the boll. It was' Wllller other soul to lie true to my Idea of
: I right. It was not with Luther at the -
, presently nn \':t'rl'tl1y a domestic, who "Bustin it open to see how much pa's right. 1 do nut now nor hall I ever. -
diet of Worm. It was not with Michael ',
!a, showed me into an apartment and took I left in It-New York World. : neither tau I !surrender: mj liberty{ to

R' up my (:u.I.hi Servetus; John Buss or Latimer i any ft:1I1.opt of men or party. 'I am aslag
I bad just time to erect my collar and ;. and Itidley when they were burned at without Th Star Laundrv
a party a free untrain e
$1000 WORTH OF GOOD.
'
i it' arrange my hair then the servant reentered I the btake, but their martyrdom lit the'' meted soul.' owiiv allegiance;: to troth. I

j the room. A. H, Thurness of Wills Creek : fires of religious liberty, and they wee !In;: less and determined to serve ,

'Please, Mr. I.ubb says are yOU the I Coal Co. Buffalo O writes "I right. It was not with William IJojd i 1Il
: i Inrr; )less than the whole human !!

,.J; man"Was This from" I was the F.ulb'man addressed the from florist's'Bulb's to me:! ,-the to floridtV me!- !i; gravel bladder have ben or trouble afflicted stones for with with years excruciating kidney, passing and I' Garrison broadcloth Boston streets when or David he by was a Lovejoy dragged mob dressed when through he in i i| rejecting ting and: inviting noue, excluding: all. I believe none, IK in noth'I'the l TRF f PIONEER LAUNDRY l OF f WFST f FLORIDA !


i ? Was 1 the man-the man? You absolute oneness or unity of the entire .
.
Other medicines --- --
pain. only I' -- -- -----
gave suffered li'nce at the Lauds of an II- !
mijUt have knocked dow with!
L ; me n a : relief. After taking FoLEY'S KIDXEY facet and I aU cr-nttnt to Le cue iu the
feather, with a hair with nothing: I linois! lob, but they 1'- ,r< .. Ct'KE the result was surprising ml"s. [ "
"Yonn: woman, I am not the man' John Brown
A few doses started the brick dust was lJ.oS'ith "It jrlvi'3 : uhISliioiie Just t H K;*
from BnIV, the florist's Tell your mac like fine stones and I have ti when In his zeal to liberate the slaves i me" pleasure to again p d.! d t\ 'I
4 now n
myself to the cause and to iu
1
ter that um the reutlvuian who found repent
1 he went with a handful of men Into
and
pain I feel
across kidneys
g. his pocket Look." Presently the tide ofny my your ears the declaration that you have I
I i like a new man. FOLEY'S KIH.NEY Virginia, where be afterward suffered I ,
n will make ,
n, indignation WM arrested by the rustle! : heard so often. 1 claim no privilege a man ;
; Cure has done me $U ))0 worth of j death on the scaffold but John Brown day. CufIeorColhu -
cf silk dress
a on the stairs. j for myself or ray children that I aui .
It was she Knuly. ha-coming herself j I I good. Take no substitute. W A, was right So the majority ,tbat today not doing! my utmost to secure for all wrongare productivper -
D'E lemberte. I
1. to hM me elconie: Lave apparently indorsed the doctrine others and profanity t-

1'! "Where ihe?" I heard her ask ia the ,i --- -- -- _ ___ u __ _. 011 egL'a11PCIllS"A palling degree. \\'. .
passage What rich melodious tones! j I believe the um-' -

t' In another instant the door opened, and I| KREUGER & KUGELMAN Night of lerror. "-" -- taste could find a f.

j I a female ligire appeared! in the entraa'e.I II | "Awful anxiety wn felt for the -: the work we do I I' .

I, I stood I rooted to the spot, speechless, widow of the brave Oeneral Burn- feet and what.eau i ,

eonfoii Jed. She advanced toward me i *=WHOLESALE GROCERS=& ham Machias, Me., when the doc1 than the best: :: Wwih

holding: out her hand and ore I could: I' 1 tors said she could not live till morning to be !'ureof.:, ,, '.,

rush forward to.meit her she spoke: 'Ii AN ENTIRELY :FRESH AND NEW STOCK OF FANCY ," writer Mrs. H. H. Lincoln, who : .iii: ;: a phone or potta! u I

"Oil. you are the poor man who found I GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS AND SPECIALTIES. !attended her that fearfulnight. "All' our wagon.

papas iiiM'kt'ttmok. Pupa is very much ; thought she must soon die from

obliged to you and desires: me to give you Try Our Golden. IPloooo Flour. Pneumonia, but she begged for Dr. ,

this." Salesrooms, 132-134 E.. Government Street.Warehouse King's New Discovery,say in? it had '! ALL WORK C. O. D.
I held out lilY hand mechanically and Cor. Tarragona and Church Streets I more than once saved her life and

allow'el something:: to be droppc-1 into it. I had cured her of Consumption.:; Af-i TSLEPHONE 114. >7 E. GARDEN 87
but the horrible nbliiinity of Miss I/obb's. i ivision Telephone 151. ter three small doses she-s-lept easily

the redness of her new and the i 1 all night, and its further use com I j ttrGOODB CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE,-:!

fearful Mragcincss of her neck kept m.'I j pletely cured her." This marvelou j

:- cpellbouid. | H. H. WICKB a medicine is guaranteed to cure all!' WALKER INQRAHAM, Manager.

!.' At last I looked in my hand antl found Throat Chest and Lung Di eas*?. >

t't reposing: in its palm-half a crown: How !'i Only5Ocandtl.tu. Trial bottles free i

'J 1 found my way to the door, how I gained Plumber Gas and at \V. A. D'Alemberte'a drug store ESTABLISHED 1863.McKENZIE .

;;,i the open air I know not but I found I"ttf' | Steam fitter i I r. ---

myself on the gravel walk still holding A part of the curious list of Lady Liti I i

ifj. the half crown in my loft hand. tleton's wedding outfit 2<'X) years ago leas OERTING & CO.
-. I looked up to the drawing room windows No. 5 i South Palafox Street. follows "A Link paddysway gown | ,

r;: blazing; with light, and. without a I All Kinds oi: Plambing; and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand and coat a pink unwatered abby sate ]
' moment's thought I seized the half t o --DIALERS- 0
crown between the finger and thumb of 'l'1it.JiP"01llJII tt'u .r.taarorA. Ij'1,4, ( of cloaths a cold: stuff sute of cloaths, |

Ihi: my right band and pitched that half I a white/ worked with sneal sute cfI
i j Ship Chandlery and General Jlarduiare,
1'\(') rown right:: through tins center window. I E. PETERSEN .I I i cloll ths." 'I

Ittlt I heard a crash a shout aad a scream, : ,
i t.< and the next instant I was in the laoe.- -DEALER IS- Only Turkish flags are allowed In : 80S AND 605 S. PAHFOX STUEKT.

'. Exchange.: __ i Constantinople. '

I FOR HOARSENESS.- Imported and Domestic Wines and I ____ i iI -1LtINC7YREVERE -
I Iiiqooi-s Cigars tO !"
I
COPPER HO.N-1
COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S
tr Ingerson of Hutton Ind. The handsomest
i Benj. | ; .
In,: gays be bad not poken a word above j ICE COLDiBEER. RUGS) GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUStiEL & BON'3: PCMP--

ili, r' A whisper for months, and one bottle \ : iiie and at the 'I Cnns' &srllsgs, 11Dts, Oils, last aI! l :tnmuts, ChrtJ, Isriin It:;':

I of FoLEY'sHoxEV AND TAR re- i JUG TRADE H SPECIALTY.Corner cheapest prices ever offeredin ,
''I! stored his voice. It i is used COM I
largely: by PA3SE8. LOGS ETO.
Reus aid Government ourlis-
, Streets, Pensacola. See ,
and singers. 'fake no sub- '
l speakers C. McKenzie ,
Oerting Collecting Agent for B tPilots' B ::"v :
I ututf!. \\ A. Alemberte i PENSACOLA, FLA. play. Marston $ Finch. ,I ciation.JI .

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1900 s- ; i ii..f ::

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'S WORLD. 1 i 1 !i .7J
W03IA 1, 7, i .
and as this is "" -
granted Tjulte spArlngly '
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-- A CRY there are but few wheelwomen In Rus :-r-:" :t.+."'''.t .. ..I..t4.NL-! :, : :t J:t.t'i; : f. ,' .

1rr ,irrc..ra Development. FOR HELP. sia. _.'.o.\. ...;;.__""_:>..:""J\.I'L.I'L.I'L.I'L'.. ........... ="'--' < I'T '. ;
marsupial He U France '1" I'.
\.,..? ,is a perfected I recognizes the right of the Iij
.f i-ockets. With him the husband to be boss, and before
ii> madame -


t'I'.-no"" ,of::3 a the pouch law cf Pimply evolution.develops Result of a Prompt Reply. Two( :< must first can obtain join the a signed touring! declaration club she HOLIDAY ij r ANNOIINCEMENT ij [ t I .; ; '.

: ;
:
f'.J,. -t "e r< a l of him as a pocket I from her spouse granting her the privilege :

t. ,r ". ,..1 11,' was on a level with Letters from Mrs. Watson Pub- f

,. .. He then had one pouch i In Florence women cyclists must car J.
'
;._ '.'I belt lished ry two bells to warn pedestrians of : I' '

\. \: at him and compare him to by Special Permission.For \! the machine's approach. Men are required : 'i. ;

*' f, ''.""m. In his chivalry, he j to have only one bell u ('\. -0: :f.'i.

,,, \ h\ In her: helplessness: Women's Eyes Only. ,. ., .- .

f .\ .. > ml the kangaroo and at Faihionable l'.e For Photograph. -----
'm :
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I ijuals him with the I : ( ) f
'h*f one March 15 1809.!)! !i Now that every one in society possesses THE BIG STORE .
;
her waist.
I it She
has
!*II' : :." : : To MRS. PIXKHAM, LTXX, MASS. : ? j one or two cameras the latest [; t nI
.,t t1 rough; the laws of nat i thing Is to find a new way of disposing ) )
the sterner decrees "DEAR MADAM : I am suffering from inflammation ,(.. ---- -- ,[. -5
> !hr of of thafi I jot ,.
tr:"e the photographs that have been tak- <, -- ------- -- --- .. .. .. .
------J .. i
ovaries and womb and have been '. p- ---.- -. ,
,, : r. for eighteen months. I have a j j en. Scrap albums are Just a little out :; ti.:4 ." .
"w .. .:'fi-rence between no pock- continual pain and soreness in my back and side. I am only free 'I i of date and It Is far smarter to have : c !o. ?,i

fU '.. -' re of poikets! The first from pain when lying down, or sitting in an easy chair. When i i your photographs mounted !In a longgreen i of f 2

,? I't' the other man. Woman is I stand I suffer with severe pain in my side and back. I be- |j frame that runs round your room ; A List t Useful Pre ents : 1

,,trn f !". red 1 for want of pockets. heve my troubles were caused by over work and lifting some t I above the dado and so arranged that ;
years
.it I, '-airy In her hands whateverk ago. j j from time to time the sets may be :: -FOP.)1,:) .;

1 Bt Trt: of her clothing; while changed. Another favorite way Is to loS j ,
,. '.. palms and fingers are "Life is a drag to me, and I sometimes feel like giving up ever arrange them as stereoscopic views and ';

t,'., r r. :,rip his unfortunate sis- being a well woman ; have become careless and unconcerned about 'I family groups. Interiors and pastoral 'm E: CHRISTMAS GIFTS 1! r' j '

t. everything. I am in bed now. I have had several doctors, but they !: scenery are quite charming when used I :

r, 'f ke pocket In troupers, did me bu; little good. ( in this way. fI : ,

". ,' five In Jacket and five in E. Pinkham's ,,I Presents for Gentlemen.Initial :
Lydia
Vegetable Compound has been recommendedto ;
BRITON AND ; j f
i ',' I. 'II\(t score in all! Some BOER.
me by a friend, and I have made mind to it :
give
r< than this. fair up my a ] Silk Handkerchiefs . . . . . . Ldc :it
u ', !M.t up the handkerchief! trial. [ ]! Blood and a little matter of $:-..00,000"OOU (I) '(1
Initial Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs, six for7"
toes cInitial
t
< ." It, a pocket tor that conIt j; "I write this letter with the hope of hearing from you in regard are the price of empire in South Africa [.!J'.
and it isn't much of an empire at that. ?"., Linen Handkerchiefs in Htx..U.o !s
;
; lie doesn't have to be : to lay case. MRS. S. J. WATSoN, Hampton, Va. ,'d
-Detroit Free Tress. ,1 All-Linen Hem-tich Haudkerchirf13: :!oj and hoc
<: ,
:. .p--except for the wornU t ;: "
. The Boers seem to be pretty lively r4a Less by Dozen : t

:,', a p.ket\; for his knife and a I corpses! for in people South whom Africa the claim I'ritish to have authorities t t o f White Silk Henutich Ifandkerchief.5O? to $1.25; '

t. v watch a pocket fcr his I A annihilated.-Uichmuiid Times. !.l White and Colored Silk: r"mE'rs..j;. a to fl.W P' f''J

,. : .1 l a pocket for his letters, a''Ir Kitchener's proposing; to depopulate the 4. f. White and Colored Bordered Lawn Handkerchief: :t\ r .'

*I. haeeo and a little pock- smaller towns iu :South Africa proves tbe a < perdolt'n. . . . . . . . . . $).IJtJ L: .?J

.ir tickets, and he kept on hers are even harder to settle than theirrugged !f ;i White and Colored Bordered Lawn Handkerchiefs iI l) ,

\:...riki'ts as fast as he needed : country was.-Philadelphia Times. I, ; per dozen . . . . . . . . . . :uOc; ''I'
The Boers ere to make another trl.k.this ( ) ('
.. time to German' Ea Africa.. The .I ,. Scarf, Follr.iu.haudaudTe-cks.atld: GOc P ( )
v .' their helplessness ...
> envyi <\: ::, .
splendid! struggle of this heroic people is
i .' ', out to him to borrow cue of the finest pages of history.-I'itts- m; ': Presents for the Ladies. [:r
.n' '" !borrow his pencil to born Lurg Press.If .. ,

"f string and to borrow a Kruger shall accomplish nothing cite ;; c; Fancy Scarfs, Pillow Slip*, Iii-h Point and Battenburg: ) ..:.:

,' .'s that he uually has stow- be will at least prevent the world from f I) L' Setts Center Pieces and Bureau Cover, Hems- ,} ("):,
\ .lloiut> his clothing. He Is kind forgetting the cruel aggression in South
? | i;:; <; tiched Table! Linens, Henistiched Covers and :,. $
i. 'I. ''- fir' lie Is sorry for them in Africa, for which England! must someday fl'i
t r ,..'- 1 ; Towels, Pin Cushions, Plain and Trimmed.: !
give IIccount.-Bxchange. I'
: y
id
dcnlll'lDcnt.-Xcw York .
'
: 1 &; UviJcntly the Boers mean to protract "', Initial Silk Handkerchiefs . . . .. . .. 25c t"
r! -.. : <:
-- If ; (, the war and show that the loss of their >; J Embroidered Silk Handkerchief l. . . ..-M: to $1 00 .

,. fa/I: Woman'. Opinion. .i t y towns does not mean the loss of their .9., ; Embroidered Linen JIandke-rchiefs..2.3and; ; otic
independence Their defeats do demoralize .
i nut -
"*> \ Tweedie. a prominent KDg- I 1 : I i 50 Dozen Swiss", Embroidered Handkerchiefs . lOc( 1
11 them. Their little armies :
scatter :: e,
: n an of ktters who has been 'r > .
'
All-Linen . .
. and reassemble without regard to the A6o 'ij Hemstich Handkerchiefs, sheer 20e

"- ; the United States( has been 4p ,,L1 rules of war as understood in Europe.- 1s All-Linen Hemstich Handkerchiefs. . . .2", to :>,T c !ty (
trr :.iz Lime her impressions of the e Baltimore Sun. .:
._ ( 100 Dozen White and Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs '
y, Ci:)] (I}

} -} "lit'. she says, docs not chew !" THE COOKBOOK. .t.. ...: per dozen . . . . . . . . Me (!tJ:

: Box Hoe, ;{ pairs for. . . . . . . . .l.iu
jr -- (
Sup.tt'!, : Stewed figs on rice with cream make {; Best Kid Uio\"e*. per pair . . . .:. . . . JI.OO 'trlI f(:

,: '!' it is really remarkable to an s :2' an appetizing change for the breakfast ,.:.. c; GolfOlovp.pl'rr.air. . . . . . . . foe :) ,.:..

ti watch a crowd of persons cereal. I:) ': Eight Yards Dress Good-, -JO inches wide, all Lin- ;, (If '

'. '1... are laboriously working up Whites of eggs in pumpkin pies make!; ?; logs; and Trimmings; for. . . . . . . .f)00: ', !
.. :' : :.1. Just as n. tow chews her jbi it watt'iy. Use only the yolks of eggs I.. ., ,
and I .
to +it a funny custom it is and cream not milk. Presents for and Girls.J -
Irakis it necessary to lift Crab apples make excellent: : timber for f I :i Boys .
w" '!h'r shortcake1 Tare, tore and cook i'
ts on high;; vhen walking in with !little will: i Boys' Bicycle Hose, per pair. . .. . . . 20015c
. .. as water as prevent buming. t. '#
.
, t. if the Ruin habit and Its S\7eotin as for table use and can. j J Girls' Fine Ribbed Ho-e, per pair. .. . . . ) (

. ..rt objectionable, bow tlelijlit-; November 27 1899. To to pi.ue liftmen thin shortcake, {t''l Child's Initial Jlandkt'rchief.lH.r box. .. . . 25c:: :} 1 \
' ,i r' t1,c American women! They cover \\ iib frosting and serve You will I. h
'. (Child' Hemstich Handkerchiefs doz .. . &0c
"Dnvn :>rR'!. PISKIIAS-I feel it duty to acknowledge to : per i t
l' ;:!It. clever and ainusin?, well my call it delicious.! t :
.>''' i, 't".o well dress! (.i. Max 0'IUll yon tin- bwJit tint your advice and Lydia E. I'inkham'a Vegetable Biscuit: and ruBs shor.M be allowed: to w. Dl\ S' Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs, per doz.rye ;} -1 f I

' ut always smart and witcitain Compound: have done for me. rise une-half longer; than bread I.causl'tilt' {I'J '. Boys Kid and Cloth (Moves. . . .. . .25:!; to Tic ;) (If

: ', I had been suffering with female! troubles for some time, could loates of the former being; smaller .!..' ','' .fines'; Kid Gloves . . . . .. . . . .|UMisses'Wool .. ...!., 13 11 j't'

American man works from early' walk but short distance had terrible down in lower me more easily penetrated by the heatand ] Mittens. . . . . . .. .130 25cMisses'Jackets I i: 4
a bearing pains tie fcrinctitatmn is lily; .
speed fI
- : to dewy eve iraUiu money part' of my bowels, backache, and pain: in ov.iry. I used jour medicinefor ; therefore tiny more Jo nut six arrested soranch (EI] : .. . . .. .. . . . . .$l.jto!; $ I.W :' (t) t
: .
,
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and his wife it '
m town spends i four months and was so much better that I could} walk three times in the oven. / }'
!.
: i Ini "up tong. The men encuuri.'i the distance that I could before. preen: bananas sliced! very thin nod 1 I:l House Decorations. :; (:) s

t'.itlries: to dress will and ('t'r.I I, fried I like Saratoga: chips are a favoriteCul'nn : .... .
'. :'IT the result Is charming, added tot i I i '; I am to-day in letter health than I }have been for more than dish and mil.t le adopted with t ::. Fine Damask: Curtains: . . . .. $ ).-O to $1000 t L j''

.i they are intellectually! as sui.it I,I tWO years, :and 1 know it is all due to Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable advantage! in American! household The *; <:' Fine Velvet Rugs . . . . .. . .$_'..IJto, fi50 .:1 "; j ,

j-1 w.ll! groomed as they are in their Compound. Cubans slue ripe bananas: iu slanting !'st''' c: Snyrna Hug'i.U.I) to $ IOU ; SI

r' They dress plainly !In tie :, '' I recommend advice and medicine all who crncswise slices about a half inch thick I VIce Curtains 75c; S.0U beautiful line
suffer ) to
ClII1.l''l your to women and fry them in deep fat or olive! od.; }t (, i ( per pair ; :;. :,1

.:r' '(-. fio! exigency tf necessity. MKS. S. .J. WATM, Hampton, Va. WO.-... at . . . . . . . . . . .. . .$3.00( ) t cs.
' f' and the ii-.ode of >
a :tuui' only This is that 1'mkham i to )'l ;; Chenille Table Covers . . . . . .$I.25; to $I.(>r) l' =
Mrs. is
!:-.l' -t Is the car. It is high to Jump ;, positive proof' : more competent SCRAPS OF SCIENCE. 1" f :t

' ; "r ,il'iwa it barely waits a !second advise sick women than any other person. Write her. It costs you ins'J! Damask Tablo Covers . . . . . .SI.25; to $250; t? i''

t'.' often 'jas to stand. at.d nothing. .\ scientist says that a sih; is due to
; -issensiT; :) r
;; ; Table Linens.
;
but that is lack li
",' :.ly! kind of panr.ent suitable N a worry a deeper cause a Ej iN
of I
1. !a tailor: made.: The American has 1.1:11'.111)-w'ehavrde'pmdrlvithlheNad.naItyfaukofLynn.. S.vmn, oxyKcu. ... r. Sltan1)amask,722inches.: . . . .. . .cto$1.2.', "
n b:e paid> to any |>rr ?n H ho ran an l that the atnne t.-tIn"I'la K-itcrs Careful experiments by M. Brnnhos. in
>:.! /' are or were i> periMioli. Franco, indicate that the X rays have a E'( r Turkey Red Damask 06 inches, per yard 2.: k t'' an tint, lung skirts are In the IAIUA E.mKHAM JlhDlClMCCO.a : (
debuite velocity which U! of the same order Bleached, DJma5kperyard..2.J to DOc .
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\10-:1\: aud on wet days or in the morn- .) (". .) ,...
as the velocity of lightA i t'nbleached1)amaskperyard .. . . . :25c to COcAllLinen ;
:.K;: v'.e sensibly wears quite a short' French inventor has combined a pho ) :. ]!
t::.', Ike a short bicycle skirt, even iu !3"-ll/o) year. Much of this Is u"e.l prohibitive in price' the more modot oo inpli with a telephone in such a manner (!]. -: Napkins, 'j size, per dozen . . . $1.2:; i' 'I!IJ.;

''.,. for !salaries alms and iH-nsloin. The hostess Is; rather at a los for something telephone 11 Size Knitted Towels.25c' :! doz 75; .J '
- < t\ The skirt Is most practcal! I that a message spoken into the t 1 Large Fancy or per $2 a I

i ,1 grit, but alas, her but* are not in Queen's privy purse Is only f'1/1! ) a ; with which to lend the charm of ,, is impressed upon a wax register J i:.,
le.p,::?. Thin shoes with Louis Quinze I, year but In addition she receives fiat.- I coloring to her table.Vegetable nt the receiving cud, in case the person to r' '. <:' doz . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.75luo .
tt1J. i>00 from the revenues of the duchy of ;i whom it is addressed happens to be II b- 40
( below the business-
I'n $
appear ; )
White Bed Spreads ( worth much morei.-il and SI 25 l
The registered at
! Ianeaster and there remains from the Stilt I.ont. sent. message can anytime p; J

i ch'lIlist f 0N10. which may he applied I The cookery of the present Jay, saysa : l It<> turned into speech by setting; the 11 1 Clothing and Furnishing Goods. I t.1
I I'W1Il'D phonograph iu operation.:
Ilrrnbardt'ii Inflapnee.ionsiderins to general expenditure In the time of prominent physician, is conducted :
the wonderful I the Georges the civil list amounted to I as to eliminate: nearly all vegetable; .'t i"j c Every New Shape Out, Beautiful Designs, 25, iiO and 75e. P i
ttags! which the dying century fl.OOO.OiK* I The iu which DAINTY 60t'VF.\IH GOODS. ,.{ ;> :1
a year. Living was cheaper sats. water they have 'i: Come and See: for Yourself. +c

q I1ItlN: to the new, it might be Lt.-I' then too. been cooked is thrown away, and when: Every one who passes along the ( } J: .) '( ',r
to boar In mind Sarah Beruhardt It I Is known of course, that the queen I the food is ready for the table it has west side of Palafox street notices* t't'l!l 1i Gloves. ,(.!{

. The lady Is 55 years old. was a few years no the recipient of a been deprived of many of I its natural the beautiful and tastefully displayed : >

She Las a son who la over 80. j bequest of L ...O.M"Tlu Ilalmoral estate i'ropel'tll's.'l't'tahll' salts art' en- tock of Christmas Novelties (:) From the Finest: Kid to the Heaviest Working Glove. ('J'

She looks upon the stage the slender !i is also hers. The ground was purchased dally serviceable when given in the in the handsome show window at J' Railroad Men's Gloves, a Specialty: 50c to $2.t. L (! '
'
\V. A. D'AIeinbtrte's drug ftore
M whose part she portrays, the boy from the Fife estate for !32- form of food and if we would< mitigatethe ; eonitijg of toilet sets and article, i.

those garb she assumes. II I 000, and the house was built by the misery caused by rhl'umat,1I:1Il,1\ perfumes, f'tc" all of the latest and f;) KJI'-[ ;

Sot Maude Adams herself: in "L'IIon" prince consort out of his own savings.: various skin diseases we must begin' richest", design and elaborate orna- : .
i ( 1 The Greatest Line in the City (CelebratedUrifon Brand) : ; Inks\; more the boy of 20 than : From him also Queen Victoria net Ived by reform in the kitchen. The vegetables ; mentation. Inside the store, the ::4} { Up-to-Uate Styles, Elegantly: Finished at ;y k} ,

ale I K 1\ '+car she produced the play in j from the civil list have been deeply cut to retain all suits and should become similar: goods in great variety. Everybody t c. "

fcris.sht. I"I Into to provide settlements and marriage part of the dally food. The salts wore younn and old, buys Chrit-", ;:t Shoes! Shoes! t:
!: and no on" of them all
mas present y '
x the greatest Influence today i lott'nthtVI' In the nniui.il ecou-i-, ot
portions for the queen's grandchildren use !
* era i je fashionable\ women of the'EI' I:'i and it Is probable that if tho I iny. and when not supplied the system 'can visit D'Alemberte's and without then. ,1 i <: Packard and Bay State for Men, Duttenholfer for La- r l
finding something to salt ; o::1 c dies in Fine Goods built order and fl"l 1
\orlJ. to die her will would is rubbed of an essential Ingredient! of of t :, to our we :J
I sovereign were i too.I whenoneeeessucha display
think we know what the trade Jeuiands ( tir ::
woman who dresses In the I food and will:l thus more readily: rei i i i d.
dispose of less than !OoO,00: ) !) worth of artistic taste, as is exhibited in the 1 Comfort. ;i)
k'j''!" ..'.\ Where: on this oblate: spheroidfwn.v i prIlIJ'rty. "poll: to discomfort and disease. Vegetable ; i window decoration, one feels confidence f Style, Durability. (;to
;: tIi) The i Greatest: Lineof $1.50 $1.75) and S2.00( Shoes on earth :
'. |Its which Sarah Uernhardt In return for the ('Ivill list! allowancesthe salts help to render certain\ substances ->I in the "suggestions, made as to [
kaSf1' .. r. When we ay we are Sole Agents for Merrum'sMen's : : ....,
!: shall for It )
t r. stimulate the cells what they buy presents.
: i I how set by any younger )If'JJ.I' l Urititli! sovereign some years ago I soluble antI j
I 1 ; : and Children's Shoes, that is enough.
\ .' :,ny, princess or great worn- i 1 reltnu'iKhed all claim tll !land, castles of crtaia1:1u<1s to a more active se- is quite a comfort to have one of ari r.} ;- [i1lt\
Oof 'i I ti-tic taste: to aid you in making selection (
t
In ''I 1' +IrSI"' ' \ ;:llIu" Itcrnhardt has con. !! the! duchies f Ianeastt r and '
(>
except : find at D'Alemberte's.OPERA : 1
;x-tl'.n". .1! ". "."),-1\ that :graceful: sinuous | Cornwall and the other monarchs of "'f'l"oD'f'n in Europe In Fnropc.V.'hMwocien meet with :J, I I;1. All-Woo1 Slater Fhnnel Suits at. . . . . .S I)IMJ fr:
cure! tiraunrul ttan the AI.\\"t'IIIIzHlackChv\\'or..tf'dHuitl-.O!
done with thoexception I I :
Kurope have the !same : 1 .
1i';'!.i.g! roes; (>f fat whk-h 1 scape above !j of the czar of l iissia. who !Is i many difficulties.: la: Iussl.'I'ry.- ,tl Elegant Fancy Cassimer'Suits . . . $lo to S16.W) h J'
,L I-low a .short" waist lan-d ten !1 : thing; Is managed "by order of the I II' ,'' .j f Fine Melton-"Harris Cafsimers and Shark skin. :J

:- '.' '< ,> MI.ail.+ now the richest of them all.-Seotti.sh cznr." and cycling:: is no exception tM HOUSE .'J c; Suits .. . . . . .. . . .. .. ..F15tox.00 i) I.
I It 1 .
't": '!' ," .\fiU won.h'rrullr:1I't'- ,, American.i I' the rule. Before woman can possess ; : t Celebrated Cherry Diamond Suits for Boys at :
; as a -"- ,
'".' l <,... IMS coiiUnced women that 'i 1 a wheel she must obtain royal consent. i;: ------ I ktt . ... .$:!.OO. ?2 ;.0, ?:.J.)0() $.'J.1II.; fiI: ). $I;.(}) and f l.ui Yt
Lea Coroniony.
t | Received New !Stock of well
l ." I t \TlIWlU.nlBtat 13. r: Just a our known .
, T- '' *"nil'\\ Ilt like that designed I !; i i I Short dlni'ers: and much simpler ones --- --- -._, : ) i
lr
;
] ". Mii'igl.ty: : for womankind I i.s I than were heretofore served are now I I.nn\: BUU\- % yI f-; !! :J I
'a..iiui: than the artiiklal idea the order of tho dining: room and besides Charles Frnhman L
'f ,, I Fresh Meat and Choir I IVegetubie5 ''
That the
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'toes( the elothloss l"oard-where tileht."s Underwear. ;
l'. ; old Mrs. E. Coul-ou H ; t ,
t' by
: 'Hows her one of beautiful I ; I tf J
, by placing Is the proud po>sessor . . .. at Ji '
>LlI.'f\ !'i l Top! of another. The short i' rf'llI.J oak-there ,. (corner (iovernment and Hayleu I'Ui :SEXTS, t LI ul: I-' TI'1I'S: Heavy Fleeced-Lined per suit .75e: and ll.(,) : (.. l ... r
mahogany
!'ur,' ;. or street, Pi on 1":)7)), lire thA flnf t iu' ; Heavy Merino Half-1Vocl!, ia Gray and Tan. &nit. .$ ]l.r.: ) ;) .
-:1 give I place to fret'+iom. ', are im '-.!:>'u' el4 Iu.'s to It rung, l.tIU\T AMEK1CAX I'l.AY : 1..1.
mats: :
of the
le all
: the! ciy. n e-i ;; stirlf: One Lot All-Wool, bouzht at job special price.1.7; ; ( 11
a\: \ "- Ion:* corset big at the waist such. for iii .;\ll't' ns sets of mats en \"f'Ptabl"h"; receives st'tni- Elegant Lightweight; WO'JIIl (irsy and White, !suit $2 fJll 1 ,.', t 1P

I. r't. ",,.ii-' from the tip of the bust suite fur every finest. r.o end of variety I .' shipments (-f choice uonII ;i Elegant heavy-weight Wool in Gray and Brown, $:!.." ) (' '
"l/ trI!,' x. -: .clit:;I to the point t>f the ab- '1 in tae: wayf side cloths and UPS ficin other place*, and new Mm:i I HETdEj3Iiss E tlJ r. Extra Fine Heavy-weight Wool! in Whi'p aud :1 (:.JI '

"'11.',i,;, 1 1f lastly! thtf Wh<'ll' damask or other material I Iri>h potatoes young turnips and I II ::, .'. ,: Mottled: . . . . . . .. . . . $2r 0 tl,

. .'. .!vl : "'1 might l>e a great gain ,, which! is intended to l>c a record I turnip preen, snap beans, young, ---- --- I, >;; Pig Stock C"lf-bratf-d Garland !Stretchy S"am :> iI '

are'" .- ', i- well as leauty. If it Is' i f the autocraiilis! of the assembled onions, etc. from nearby garden I II jj j Drawers Heavy Canton Flannel, IH, pair . Kc .) ;:
t. .. She al-o keeps constantly. hand \iI 9e r t
I-iiie Eilslcr
? '' '' the rault f Sarah IVrau""ess. is what j .00 t
I l. ,'. -. :gets: This at any rate a Jan ample supply of poultry alive < ) :
I
!!: "'' : grandmother, won- publ'.i-ation announces as imminent in
" dressed, and whenever It
< f' and game I II i ij '
: +' ocean.-fxellange. our 'society fashions. It would certainly !I I can be procured. .No one who trade AND A GREAT CAST. I Ii .

---- i' be heralding a set of quaint and 'j i with her i* ever di-atis-fled. and.!i --- -'- -- -- I J. ,*[\WILLmlJOll SON & X01L t :

queen \lrtnra'ii "'..alth. most Interesting collections. The cen- large; numbers of her regular customers i
;.' '. \ i'. cloth Is also reappearing at send ii their orders by telephone !The Entire Xew York Productiont
ter or strip :
. !
, toria has Iweii spoken of aa .... .
t .
.... vrT".7 : ;:: <:; ;:; :: ':' : t.
"'
.' that will bt'I 7' :- ? ; '
I knowing they =
informal but funci .7"
'liu'sl "-t 'freign! In Lurope. {i ii" many very soignee 1 A. Played 13O Nights at .
but t'' ) II i tlons. which is not to be deplored as, I conscientiously filled and promptly -" .. .. ftl!
.
probably not the case. .
f
11 I 1'' delivered Criterion I beatre. ':- .: :> +::+t ; ; : :m : :t :
ratter
ii' from the rIm: is onlv when flowers arc scarce and l


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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1900.

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THE DAILY NEWS : TO THOUGHTFUL BUYERS.I Cold Steel or Death. {> ?EasPs 2QS1 ISSUED BY THE
TOE \\VO 1VllOEOne
will give you a short list of some "There is but one small chance to,
Entered at tile Poet Office at Feniacola, elegant articles, which, if boughtand save your life and that is through an J
Fla.,M seoond-class matter.
-- given to your friends are sure operation" was the awful prospect IsasE55 % EQUITABLEOF
OFFICE: Pitt BuildingUtf 80- th Pala- | to please them: i set before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime

ex street,up-itairi. of Pensacola's Worthy I Elegant Diamond Ring for your Ridge, Wls., by her doctor after i!
i lady friend. i I vainly trying to cure her of a .: ight-
PUBLiaHSSD: BY Charitable Institutions. An elegantscarf pin.diamond stud !i f ul case of stomach trouble and yel-* ASSURANCE SOCIETY
THE NEWS PUBLISHIhU 00. or a beautiful pair of sleeve buttons > low jaundice. He didn't count ont' 20- YEAR

I j will please your gentleman friend. 1 t the marvelous power Electric it-I 1
Terms-Invariably In Advance.One i| The Managers Extend Thanks for Donations -;i Little rings and beautiful pins to] ters to cure stomach and Liver OF THE UNITED STATES
Year by _.5001 j please; the babies. !' troubles, but she heard of it, took lli
. Bit Moothl" -- .-.-. .. : I -Objects and I'urp'toeK of j i Silver novelties and sterling silver seven bottles, was wholly rnred, GOLD BONDS Assets
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One Three Month Months "" _---. ..-- -- 1 g J"> I,> the Institution-Kesolutions on the ,, to suit old and young and clocks i i! avoided surgeon's knife, now weighs' jjj $280,000,000.
Mondav 10' most beautiful and dainty to more and feels better than ever. It's
One Week,by Carrier, payable Death of Mrs. S. .1. Forbes.The enough ,
1 adorn the parlor of a queen.I I positively guaranteed to cure Stom- Lsz r -25"252C"29.JSurplus, 61,000.000
THE WEEKLY NEWS: I managers of the Woman's I have ten Jthousaud things too ach, Liver and Kidney troubles and ,

Friday] at.11.00 per year i Home request THE NEWS to extend numerous to mention. Just call and i never disappoints. Price 50c at W.
Published every Will 10 ITKNOWLEwS Commanu the
look the stock. No lliflid 1 llarta
Pottage fre!!. : over trouble to A. D'Alemberte's drug store. Prw
their sincere thanks torr.. J. C. 'show good I will meet all com- ,

TELEPHONE NO. 118. !! Pebley for 810, to Pfeiiler's bakeryfor petiug prices of any market. All !! l'mClLIST or PLOWEKI. ,,

-- I'drel'tising i' bread and pies, and to other I| goods guaranteed to be just as rep-' Being Backed by
Rates Furnished on Application. I resented. Call at 112 South PaUfox Shipped from Ilosemont Gardens
friends for generous donations in Ie- street. J. I.STEPHENS. I of Montgomery by Miss Violette
; (
II I eponse to the Thanksgiving appeal ', decbtf Moreno, Exclusive Agent! : The StrongestLiI'eCopanyill c t lie \W'
published in the local papers. I American Beauties, 54 to f 4.50 per '[ ,

UNION LABEI% This is one of Pensacola's most '! AMong the tens of thousands who dozen. - ..... ........ - -
have used Chamberlain's Cough !i Other roses, $1.50to$1.75perdozen.
worthy charitable institutions the i, Remedy for colds and la grippe during Carnations, 73; cents per dozen.

objects and purposes of which are to the past few years, to our knowl- Chrysanthemums, $3 50 per dozen. BROS., Gen. Acjts.
PENSAOOLA, DEC. 8, 1900. I provide a temporary home for 'i edge, not a single case has resulted Prices subject to change. ,
__ in pneumonia. Thos. Whitfield & 323: West Gregory street.
PRESIDENT LICKINLEY'Smessage ,j worthy women, sick, out of work or j i Co., 240 Wabash avenue, Chicago, 1:, Phone 32a. 2Sn3w 301) Palafox St., PEXSACOLA, FLA.
in distress from any cause-single or ] one of the most prominent retail -
is chiefly remarkable for the con- | married, widows with or without I\i I druggists in that city, in speaking of ;, Everything on wheels, Also Place Fire I Imnrancc at! Lowest Rates ia Fint-Cbss r .-

spicuous absence of things which I children-until they can secure employment this, says: "We recommend Cham- "* &-* .uh
the people had a right to expect : which the help I I berlain's Cough Remedy for la grippe with or without rubber tires, -

would appear therein. them to The managers also !i I in many cases, as it not only gives EVERYBODY THE
. j secure. managers !: prompt and complete recovery, but at J. ,II. Hilliard $ Co's.
furnish home for |
THE NEWS has received from the women.a permanent aged ,' also counteracts any tendency of la J. L i rt e J. Choicest Groceries
grippe to result in pneumonia." For
Revolution f No ten of A HAI TKMI'Eli Cl'KKI ,
Bona of the American a boys over years age are sale by Hannah Bros. and all medi-
quantity of printed matter concerning taken.at the home. When women !'l cine dealers. Said a lady to her druggist recntly R. Alston THE
or girls are able to go out to do day J!
husband is the mot amiable _
the misuse of the American flag j I I --- --- -- --- man
work, they are allowed to remain in -- """- ""'-- -
) BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR on the face of the earth, and up
for advertising and other improper the home at night, for which they ,, to about a month he
X-MAS HAT SEE THE LARGE ago; was the

purpose cre-ite interest, the purpose in favor of of which restrictive is to :, are everything charged is 25 furnished cents a them week board, but, ,\I SELECTION AT FALK'S, NEAT- .crocsestthin very glad to hear I ever it," saw.said" the"I dispenser am- aJSEv- Best Std!'"i118! SUI'llli\' N Ns' ,'

t legislation by congress on the subject : lodging, fire, lights, etc., until they |I LY TRIMMED_. FOR '_2.50. AND ?3. :' of pills,"but what has caused "" "
make better --- -
The best sort of legislation for | can This home is dependent arrangements.entirely I i For a Cold in the Head disposition this wonderful" "Well transformation" said! the of I' .(. >,"..."..-'/... t I. ..... I ,'M.. 'fll Ej

such purpose would be in the shape : upon the generous spontaneous do- Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets. lady, "my husband was a chronic Jt': iS? .- vT .", .
nations of the for its j ;:? I rassi i issaiEti; ;r :
of a resolution proposing an amend- public support, -- -- -- -- dyspeptic; every time he ate ;: } ill;'.!,
and it should be liberally aided by rives if wish to keep some-I -v.Ai' BynatHSl : (+ *
ment to the constitution, which I all. you i(' thing he would suffer; life i _- r"i. AND PRESERVES
| .burden to him that't what ,. Pf: :J
husbands in humor ; -
r
: good : CiaO r '"
would have the advantage of widespread The late Mrs. S. J. Forbes was one :your so cross. Ho took two bottles of fy'3-- 1: -. a,"'r-\-' TH EI
discussion on the part of the ; of the most active officials of this give them a soup din Smith's Hepatica. and he is well, \! ; "'j'': ,, ,./- ': ; f.;

I people pending its ratification, and I Ii their institution and the managers, at ,, ner now and then fl'ollSpau.'n's has not said a cross word in a month. J. ) ; ?':'d. '\ \ .I Most Popular lira:mis III,t tCANNED

import much larger authority, thus ) recent meetingadopted the That Smith Hopatica medicine is a i I ,)" ,\....,::;, '..--... ,'" ,
following resolutions on her death : Evaporated Soup good thing, can recommend it." -\." "
you
ratified than any mere enactment !! This home and Its board of managers!; I l" Lc\ """ \ ? ('OOIis[
Vegetables.
.
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the have met with a serious loss in the puling! .rif.. ,' ? '\' -{ ,,"..
I by congress. away of Mrs.M.J. Forbes on the firth of November. I, J. M. Milliard j- Co. employ 1 mt rt'y ,' ( A.l'V'WnYH OixAT IXc\llc
The loss is one which touches I NEATLY TRIMMED CHIL ., .. "I .
State Iteappmliunnnlent I each member in a special sense and also af- I DREN'S] HATS, ALLSILK TRIMMING -\ only union labor and 1 'il '
Joets greatly our board, as a body who'e
Article YII. Section 3, of the con- purposes she endeavored so faithfully to FOR $1.50, AT FALK'S use only union material. -

stitution of Florida, provides as follows carry approved out and and whose supported.The methods. she so heartily MILLINERY. They build everything on I Bak;: ; BOMTS M\T! \ *

: needs of all the poor,and particularly I Food K
the aged poor,appealed to her in no uncertain wheels.
The legislature that shall meet \.11. IssT, 1,! tones always meeting with an an- ]t-AAAAAAAAA. ..AFIJ.TE !
and those that shall meet every ten years ewer ef sympathy and an evidence of material I FOR. SALE BY
help. she, somehow, seemed to fuel, 3JS-320 WRICiHT 'l'' !i Fl I
Subscribe
thereafter, shall apportion the representation oas (4 : to the DAILY SEWS
I her ,
own years Increased the profound i Roberts &
In the senate the whole number of sorrow of all those whose fortunes were < : lOc a week. i, Dailey. TELEPHONE isc.
senators not to exceed thirty-two members; not so prosperous as her own and thus in I I
her heart had a claim her. '' Cake
upon Charity
also < Fruit
and at the same time shall apportion .
.
i which is the science of doing good calls for ,
'" the representation in the house of repre- rare tact in its administration.) which''' i '
: t"
lit'otall\'es.lhe whole number representatives I Is more tender than critical, which f'ri YrtfJ I : }' ,
looks more to what life i ) iGS1s :I
not to exceed sixty-eight members. been than to its too ought common!: to hare fail- 4 25 cents a Pound > ,, t 'r Si.

The representation In the house of representatives -I jures. Her tender tact and broad syral -\ -............... :;:> --- 'I".'. ,..,..,., > ..VI'
shall be apportioned among the i patbY were always seen advantageously In -AT- --- ----------- .
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dl'aling1111 difficult cases, while, oftentimes - --- .
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several counties as nearly as possible ac-
1
the depth of her
found
sympathy '
cording to population; Provided each vent only in the radiance of tears too large! !I Ii i i A
county shall have one representative at i|i for mere words. Her aim was to follow her i ROCH'S ij RESTAURANT.I r. THAT FECHHEIMER-FISHEL SUIT ALL
1 Master's life In its -'
characteristic t
1 I supreme
in the house of representatives, and ready to
i large of going! about to do good. She strove to put on without any fuss or loss of
no county shall have more than three rep- i realizes the true meaning of the apostle's I I'ordsharlty time is
rejpnuuves. \\ bball Cover a Multitude of Place your Orders Early. precisely as good, as stylish, and as

:4 Section 4 of the same article pro- l, Bins peaks;" that but of h him not the who sins sees of the the bins man cf oth-who tVVVYVVVVV"$ ;" : nicely fitting as a made-to-order suit that you

' vides that counties | ere and takes a cloak or mantle of love and i have
grouped to almost
together
: .'I f wraps it around them.Herdevotloutotbe 4irhtuL.La pay as much again for.
7j into a senatorial district must be', Home was ;: ,
We Strive toKeep
and ,
judicious extendingover4nany: years i
Ri,. contiguous.The In this Home she always found a lit object I 41..d : : ; It is true and of
other benefactions, because she knew that many
legislature of IS9i, being fully Well.
,, though, it was not paraded before the II i you your friends have found it out to their everlastingi
advised of its constitutional duty in I j|I "'orld.ltl labors and its good were being I
written above. Her services as secretary I I Consumption, Bronchitis satisfaction. We show Full Dress and Prince '
i the premises, considered the matter, ;( of the board covered 13: years,years of unremitting .'

1 and bills were introduced in both 1 God for her and labor efficient and her service.love; we We believe thank j Diphtheria, and all Albert Suits too, and all the et ceteras of Correct re s

; houses providing for a reapportion-1 I' awaiting that she the U consummations at rest in the divine the future peace, '' 1 throat and lung troublescan Dress Attire, Manhattan Dress Shirts Shirt Pro- :;&

I meat; but as that body appeared to in the City of the Haints of God, where' tectors, Neckwear Gloves Patent Leather '
Shoes.
I be opposed, for some reason to making !'i"tldelesi sleep the seas of time" \\etet be prevented, besides \
apart a special page in our records for this
11 any change in the apportion minute aud print it, likewise, in the local insuring warmth and com r,
journals. We Pit You
From
! ment, nothing was done. 1'erhaps''IRtt --.---- fort by using either the Top) to Toe !
,
for a like reason, the legislature of That Trobtiing Ileaclathe

it 1899 entirely ignored the mats Would quickly leave you if you ': Frost King, Queen, Leader .t

s I 1 ter. Possibly, because: the duty devolved '' used Dr. King's New Life Pi IK Klondike Alaska $ JOHN WHITE
Pea-
Thousands of sufferers have proved ,;<
1- primarily upon the legislature ; -
their matchless merit for Hick and'Servol1 ,
J! of 1S97, which failed to act, the Headaches. They make ry or Hudson Chest Protectors THE SUCCESSFUL '

r members of the succeeding Iegi"Ia- 'i pure blood and strong nerves and | -in Chamois vests CLOTHIER, /

f 1i: ture doubted their right to perform ', build up your health. Easy to take. 205-207 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
PENrACOLA.IUuk .
Try them. Only 25 cents. :Money ,and pads. Prices and stylesto
f it i the duty. This last is a question ,I back if not cured. Sold by W. A. -
which should confront the legisla-1;i D'Aleinberte. Druggist. i suit everyone. Save a
_.
! ture of 1'JOl.: If the legislature i of i ii --- -
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doctor's bill:I and be
'I I com
;| Tab IIKAKC ('1. I'AKIS
i 1NW had the power, it should have

l+ performed the duty neglected by its' I'lajeil tit a Iiars-s-and Appreciative'Aii'iience ':, fortable. Call and see the NOUDAY MENU

t predeces-or. and having also failed ,' Last \ight. different styles and pat-
Ff the duty devolves the legislature
upon The JIeartof ParisSapho"was ,
I j terns atV.. T. Green's
I
t of 1901. A failure its ,
) on part presented at the opera house last

' on the ground that it lacks authority night to a large and appreciative au- ;, Drug Store, 37 South Pal
Will
::1 would apply to subsequent legislatures '' tl ienct'. .;afox. Also an elegant line not be complete unless you secure the very

and the result would be to The ,
ned
costumes in this
play ,of Christmas goods.HAVE best materials You find
'$. defer the reapportionment until the were very beautiful.: can them at theGREAT
meeting of the legislature: of 19ti7! In the specialty act, Mr. Peruchi''! '"- - -r
thus of took part lat night and his work'''
. leaving a period twenty
without the was very good. | GRDCERY HDUSEC {
j, years reapportioument They are playing a matinee this ] li; 1'Orn \
prescribed by the cou-titution. afternoon and to-night "ThpOl1icp I
* The evident purpose of the makers i Hoy" will be presented and t-5: will | >P'-o

of the constitution was to base the ha given away. I i Idea of the Things

r decennial reappointment upon the IF STYLE AND PRICE CTT1 I You Need For

!;i state census provided for in that instrument ANY FIGURE WITH YOU, IT ClllllTMS.Things SOL CAHN & COo

which
occurs every ten WILL KB TO Yon INTEREST want to
years after l 'N; but there exists no '!! you
Il TO IUTY YOUR HAT AT FALK'S | give-thinesyou need
pro>hlbitt.JIagain t the use of the -- ::
:\nLLrXEJ Y.. j for the right oberv- I'o., .
United States census for the
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par- : -- -- -
II I, pose, should the reapportionmeat'' CfLMIXATlXG B\/\1II | auce. Supposo-as Dried, Canned and Preserved Fruits of all kinds in the rcatestat'i''L .
I' of d-ex-
I ; be deferred, as it has been. The Union Baptist church willgive many you I Mince Meats or all standard brands in
and
to entertain large small ,
' ; \Vhate\ermaybe the viEw taken a Culminating };al.LarIondlY i I pect packagePickles
and Tuesday night:, December KM! don't you tied it a of kind known
the
j i-, of thN im ort tit matter by the coining every to trade.
and 11, at Sunday's Hall. The various pleasure to be ready?
legislating i thus much may b. churches and their pa-tor-* are i > Sauces.
f1I f aid: That the \violation the con invitd. A grand time i i-4 promied.Aamiiiu 1W Catsups, Relishes Delicacies! f/?-

I,, s-titutioiiul provision i nr:\y already seu-on ticket, 2Jc; ; single CHRISTMAS\
,. have operated to the injury uf the( ISe; ; children ltk.HE.J.'f". IDEAS'Formed Chcca: ,s of all kinds and countries.

I a. people of! joule of the counties aiid slit: MAMIX Pastor., j;I' Fresh Fruits and Nuts of every description within reach of the marl :

, (. if the reapportionment should! be NOW lowed wait.now, if al- Table and Fruit Cakes, and matoriafur MAKIM. them to I i. .
longer! deferred: the injury would be IS YOn CHANCE IF I) to are apt pi J

largely multiplied. The people h ive YOl" WANT A HAT AT FALK'S; to become C3nfu:
: the right to the strict enforcement of PRICE SO LOW THAT YOU WILLXSVEK If you come now-

. everynch. provision and, it would MISS: THE MONEY. and if you're wise .-- ------ ----- ------- .

; seem if one representative body --- -.. -- ---== i you will-you'll find VftTTlIQiirB"i'N\ ? : !1':11! In"t '.1. .1 t j : 'IN. !:- ,III ,a.I'I/: : .1..

: should rt"fntthelll the right, they o'little SttokssFell .I !l\ I) \ 1 M, IU1 :T:rt. .... Vt0:. ""J <;' .-.r. ;1i/ i 'I'F:,: litFl\-'J: It r"" I I'r.;j'r 1 ,- i.j;
-- \u..Ilrtl. OB--.
ought to be entitled to demand it of A l TkmsanrtCarefully I j"r! I 1":4..L' '.1 1 .h t 1 dld. a U. .,
R' I Dell :.:! : 1.,,r' t'-'I 1'1' "n" 'j ( hE.'rn.peJ"o n .t.-; .
that body'successor.:: ,

r f: .\- -ntzhiiu- -- Uiuiuler- Great Oaks." !\ e S1it)11Si t ) -


Will often cause a horrible Hum, The Giants cf :!e fad must yield: at ,; Sol Calm & Go's Great Grocery Store
p 8c.ild,Cut or UruNe. Uucklen's Arulca lost to the ccntr.itcil blows of the a-cocfc- Carefully gathered I
; Salve, the best in the world, roar. Wkei the from the best makers
t will kill tin pain and promptly heal htrr.tn Koodhu become gladly shown at --+*:-Corner Palafox and Intcn encia.
your Phone 178.*: '-
dogged and
;:- it. Cure Old Sores, Fever Sore, trr.pure the little drops of _
i IHcer.lioils.;::. Felons, .allskin!: Hoofs Soirs3.p!!., p'cperly taken,
Eruptions. Bert Pile cure on earth. fd the oak of bad HoodjMaftaiI cot to you is en more FIFTY PERCFNTREDI ('TJOXccident" wiil happen it iitnpo,- !'I' The Vienna, M-d-l l l. Bik-ry-. :
'. Only :!;) cents a box. Cure ulran- than the ordinary. ON ENTIRE LINE OF MILLI- cbie to avoid t-em.! butU-y can be ''c::,nha l.-d (cups r. :-t. .ir1
- teed. Sold by W. A. D Alemberte, ]foodJ F."tf'nrnm"n-trt I't.
XERY..ELYET HATSORT1I compensated for to soma pxtent.
Druggist.
" -- B. Gerson. tIOF"I'T FALK'S MILLI- turlifeln .
Get lrik;
: -dlnW'.tson.s t''+'Hmtforpan"inic'I !! '
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Subscribe for the X\\ilOC a week NERY. I! Insurance Agfcncy. I,, : "arh.! N iw JI'tli')d I I. ,






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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8 1900 ? i
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Watson John --- -- --------- -- -- ---- -- .:; r
nEWS NOTES J. M. Howell,B.. Ward A. Davis alternates' S. It., bottle Hannah of Chamberlain's Bros., guarantees Cough every Rem- J 'f f '
Thames

Ambler UniTersalist church, Rev. R p. anyone edy and who will is refund not satisfied the money after to Grand Holiday Tournament; :''s-( j 3

will pr aeh jo-morrow morn using two-thirds of the contents -
., / tst for Pnsaeola ."" \' ClnUr: I ling at 11 clock and at night at 7'30( This is the best remedy in the world
.
> .,,/.?. howl S;uiulay morni i Subject for the evening dicou'rs for la grippe, coughs: colds, croup .
..1... .'fa.rill.uA temperaf i will be "The Providence of God, Its and whooping cough and is pleasantand
-.>., minimum in fait 2/ Ways and Methods." safe to take. Christmas
It Eve
Sunday school prevents any at 11 O'Clock P. M. !
at 10 a'm.; YOung People's Christian tendency of a cold to result in pneu- ,
Union monia. ft
v "I t ',e s advertisement at 6:30 p. m.; prayer meeting I __ '
u
R "* every Wednesday night. Public is
new advertise- iiitr.onV most cordially invited to attend For a Cold in the Head : 1.

li i, these services. I _Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets.Clutter's STONE'S. i( 1:1:
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The democratic executive com- -- p

: : [ mittee of this county met last night Q
adver-t I and canvassed the vote of the primary -I Music! House
: for harbor inastpr. The re- 4 .-

.a-t :'light. ,' s.ult was practically the same as pub- LARGEST IN THE SOUTH.Manufacturers' *"EACH CASH PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR ENTITLES YOU TO A COUPON BEARING A -"

.4 : :' ',day .advertisement I,fished\EWS yesterday.in tabulated The form only in differ-THE t i ----- NUMBER IF YOU HOLD ONE OF THE LUCKY ONES YOP WILL GET- )

0' :. Head It. '' ence being that Thos. Johnson's vote ]i agent for ------

Wt', i ('.I.es tried in the in precinct 11 was 16 instead of 17 as 1:i KRANICH & BACH st-ONE FINE OVERCOAT. 4tk-One Elegant Silk Umbrella .

,' ..t :' !N l1lorllin !previously reported. The total vote I WEBER LESTER, 2nd-One Fine Snit Clothes. .: 5th-One Pair Rigeur Shoes.

left this was 827 for Sheehan and 753 for I I 3rd-One Solid Sole Leather Dress Suit ;, 6th-One P. Stone Special Hat.
: t ,u,:.,'t<''II morning i'Johnson, a SMITH & BARNES, i
I. --ip up the P. & A. ]Sheehan majority of ;-1 for CHICKERING, and Dressing Case. iyfieo the Windows.

.I __.____ !1 SINGER, ---
i- \\' .\1..1' a ,; Those !
BEHH
rt'hnts1tnight. BROS.
'-at :. ': Who Endure I!, WILLARD I tp Everything in Stock at Cash Rate Prices.. :*
The pains of rheumatism should be
.trd-uti of Gulf Port
J,. ,. I li.a -t at the Merchants. ,I IJ reminded 1 ,, that a cure for this disease I PIANOS SUITS FROM $i0 TO $18, SWELL HATS AT glib TO &3.50, UNDERWEAR, FLEECE LINED, COc. PER
: be found in
may Hood's Sar-
] SUIT, A BARGAIN; SWELL LINE NECKWEAR.
f). :'-kErt.y I of Venton, Ia., :saparilla' which, as the One True
.i'. "',' .t :. K.-tainbia: last night. Blood Purifier, neutralizes the acid I In buying from us you deal I direct with the .
which causes rheumatism. That is r'tctones. Stone 222 and 224 South Palafox Street. ;
K taiv: arrrral Washington was why it absolutely when liniments -I These pianos are not shipped from Branch I
cures
; lIou ll. You save all middle
,.. .' fI.; at the Merchants1 I men s prollt.
and
'! other outward applications You will be convinced of this by gultlag
..t : : 'L ;, i ii fail to give permanent relief. :1 prices. Terms to suit any pure.
!i i.h( :M">re is never behind: i|I < OVER 40 PIANOS TO SELECT FROM. When a woman has a home she I Holiday Goods for the Million !
: i i.t.; '!'aveaii attractive ad- Bauaa or tAe :Adder l"1aT. i i Call Early. takes a pride iu it that no one can

':. .. :: :,t m t.i-!: i i-sue. Read it.I' When folk in this enlightened age j I J. M. CLUTTER'S MUSIC HOUSE. take in a rented house. And the man ----- -- ---.....
Fare Rajly forth to stew the pl.,. ;I 112-114: South Palafox Street. who awns his home has a better business -
.,, .t' '. l'.. the live grocers, j' Tic j rte, adapted for the stage. ,I -- -- and social standing, and gets l.1ffrr am r \'in/daily/ Large Invoices of Sterling Silver Noveltiesand
The Look yetterjay.litnea'.ti .
theDubbed
? ': bl.' advertisement in the I much more good out of life than the l'oiletArticlt's, in Great Variety, of the Richest (Duality and Newest "
., ,. w ,' .1! it will pay every- i Its chaiacters draraatizer1 to being spring sway;; I,I C. A. WALES & CO. ordinary tenant who is continually Styles

:. : t, "I. : They speak and move In lifelike way; : -l>ealer InTffnnd moving. ])Im't lose time in seeing L !r'Sil\"t'r Hollowware for the' Table-Cotlees. Teas, Sugars;:Creams,
.. ( '. .r\ returned Tuesday Tile acted novel ia the thing. j i Thos. C. Watson & Co. securing Cups Cake Stands Nut Bowls, Kerry Bowls, etc.tArA .
.:"a and Coals one. Choice Assortment of Fine Pipes.
\Lr live mouth visit to | "RiiaV now lack patronage I
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i It'\' --<'. Waynesville and And dead, Is that romantic day We respectfully Invite the patronage of the
,'.., N I. When melodrama was the rage I l' 'Ople of IVosuCOla.! P. LINDENSTRUTH Jeweler
And heavy vil.ains sought to slay. Ot1il'e and YardsasoutliUcauiz! St. Encourage home indus ,
'', !i ,' lay i Co. have a big disi i But Mliamy ia in decay. I' Phone 214.Tlifl .
"'\ :,- mciit in this i issue iny" Ant melodrama's had Its fling; try-Use Spawn's Evaporated Xo. IK foiitli I'alif'\. .:' PKXS\COLV: I'L.\
_' .,tfcr some wonderful Its reign ia o'er the critics say; I Styles in .
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,':., .- tl-: holidays. Tie acte.l I novel U the thin;. IIJU L a teS t t Winter Furniture Soup Vegetables.nl'Hf

1,1.; .! Cracker, one of the i iI r..e: enterprising author sage
:., .' -: -ut cigars on the mar- ;, Ecl\n a taking theme which iriyTt.e I and house decorations HPW'
,, aim's! of managers engage If want the best the TRY VI ANT t LUM}! !
I j.,.:;::1"- '.1!it-lit bj Lewis in this lleur issue.<< Co. See i iI ir ii A And hero.Kal skej to,tic contrail or cure to fay. I at bottom prices, cash market you ask for Columbia cigar Krueger:on I 11 JifiWe

i'i Perchance may .Lla'I I credit. Marston $Ein ch. & Kugleman, Agents. a2ltf
I lii.,: :More of Win. Johnson & ,
When advertised \\ display; .
column advertise- I ----- -- ----- -
L is ;i big two The acted meet is the thing.
,.. : i-i t.I i=sue in which they '' -- i
rate holiday, bargains .*' ENVOI.
i Oh. ehade of Shakespeare, widely shy 1
J.' :: .., Mi-Hugh, proprietor of the 'I
U here A ron', stream goes waudeac;, $'HALLIDAY Y& CO..1c
Vworlt an?;grocery, has all inter- Lest jou discover with dismay j
to:.:.,* .it.d! handsomely displayed The acted novel U the thing. I
.llo!::1> Ultut iu this issue. Read it. Jennie Betty lljrUvick In LitI
I
liyyt, a' .\ Black: Sheep" will be1!' KNOWS: NO DISTINCTION ::::.::.:.::: =-==:.:.::::=-::::.:-;:::-:-: :- -:-=- =:0
:. attraction: at the house ,
opera ,
1.<.dais December 11. :Seats; went :Kith and Poor Alike Sailer From ca-I
i Inducements for the !
t;.{-.1:1!..! at noon to-day with a great tarrh in This Climate. i I Special Holidays

All observant physicians have no- !
Tr.t' Terminal "------- ---- > --- '-- -
; Co. will run a late ticed the enormous increase in catarrhal -i o: C 3:C C TC' TIn Q
ta.hTuesdaynight! on the dummy : diseases in recent and
..:r for the benefit of those who at- ',/the most liberal and enlightened years ,;,i j preparing for our Holiday Business our idea, first of all, has been to offer everything that is

::.titre..Li i ltoe "lucktihcep"piny at the I;i to have the cheerfully new internal given remedy their,approval tttuart's i ii 1' good; second, to give the Best that can be had for the Least Monoy, and Last but not

Carpenters! and Joiners Union Catarrh Tablets as the most successful '' not least, to offer everything that is of the very Latest to be had in Novelties.

;".71 will meet Monday night to and by far the safest remedy for Il,

-.::.mate olllcers for the ensuing catarrh yet produced.One .
jw. A full attendance of members well known catarrh specialist, ;, Gloves. Ladies' Neckwear. : ,
!l'SlIt'Ht'd."oeittiol1. as soon as he had made a thoroughtest
of this preparation discarded I
T:... -- Eleven of Mobile inhalers,washes and sprays, and now j Extraordinary values in an entire new line of renowned For Holiday giving there is nothing that will give more f

i..bf: here next Thursday play a depends entirely upon Ktuart's Catarrh makes just received. satisfaction to both the giver and recipient, thana i

;'.iffle.:: of Lieut.football Horn's at Recreation Eleven park from whether Tablets in the in head treating, throat catarrh orstom-, '<- Ladies' 2-clasp Kid Gloves, all the nenest shades, dainty piece of Neckwear. You can be as :.t I t

P rt Uarraucai.JMrs.: ach.Dr. the best glove we have ever had at the price 1.00 modest or as extravagant as you please. f
1
Ann Elizabeth Htggs:: ,moth r had lost. Iti"the dell sense says "in of smell patients entirely who :': Dent's own make at .. .. h h... 1.50 We hare all sorts stall prices. .

ali..llanJam H Judge E. D. es legs D. Reggs ot this ofOriiil'i city- I| and even where the hearing has begun Ladies'clasp Dent's Kid Gloves, in all the latest Chenille Boas in white, black and gray, the very ,C

died yesterday at Taro, Ua.tv ., have to had be fine affected results from after catarrh only a few I shades, also white, both in black and self- I latest in Neckwear, front $5.00 to $25.00

I tiTth year of her age. weeks use of Stuart's: Catarrh Tab- stitching, are6ular00glove at ..... 1.50 I Liberty Silk Neck Ruffs, from $2.00 to $12.50

Twenty-seven anu other eastern fishermen points from arrived Pos1'u on lets.the I theory can only that explain the cleansing their action; and *&*J\"ote'\: -No discount to dealers. Stock Collars of every description, Lace Barbs, Fichus,

--re la-t night to man Ushing smacks antiseptic properties of the tablets Trefousse Gloves. etc, from the cheapest to the J nest.
,' E. E. :launders & Co's. lleet, there destroy the catarrhal germs whr- ,
-ivm0' been a scarcity of local fish: ever found because I have found the Ladies' 3-clasp Kid Gloves, Trefousse, in all the Pocket Books and Card Cases.
":nll'U for sou o time. tablets equally valuable in catarrh'of '
Mr. 1-. :M. Williauii has the throat and stomach: as in nasal''' fashionable shades, including Mode, Pearl, Ladies' Pocket Hooks, Golf or Finger Purses and Card ('.i es with

!'r Hit erection of a dwelling a contract hour catarrh." Gray, Biscuit, etc., at. .. ... $2.00 Sterling Silver Mounting Real: Seal Morocco, Alligator. Pier-Ekiii, Walrus
Dr. Kstabrook !Stuart's Ca- etc., at all Prices.
uj New windmill for A. Morrison i in tarrh Tablets are says especially ueful Special sale of Men's Glace and Mocha Gloves, of
City al-o for extensive
; repairs in nasal catarrh of the throat clearing thecelebratetlTl'efoussemakeat 1.50 Fans.The .
a tl'e: residence of Mr. (Seorge"chwurtz .. .. .
: uu East the membranes of mucous and Men's Kid Gloves in reds and tans 1.50
Gregory street.
1-clasp
,
speedily overcoming the hawking Newest fxp: res-ions of New Century Tate from Paris, fainted or
b l ,"i't fail; to read about the great cOllghillgtml expectorating. 'Men's 1-clasp Mocha Gloves, in Grays at .1.50 Hpaugted from 50c to $7 If:).
luitum sale at Alex Li.-chkoll's loan Any sufferer from catarrh will
''hi! *'. Tl.ero you can buy elegant find Stuart's Catarrh Tablets will H Handkerchiefs Specials. Jackets, Jacket Suits and Flannel Waists. .
(.:hrt-tu a-gifts at your own price give immediate relief and being in
kaJ tiie list of articles and select'; tablet for11nl! pleasant! to the taste f/idies'; Hemstitchedinch. horn, at..l dozen Our entire line i-? broken in siz-. and we are closing them out at
runt you want, then attend the alu are convenient and always ready Ladies' All Pure Linen IlPnt-stitched, '4-iuch hem at .--.<1.SO per dozen Greatly Reduced Prief*.
and l>id on them. for ne, as they can be carried iu the I.adit's'11 Pure Linen Hemstitchedinch hem. at.. ..;:'.2j per dozen
i pocket and used at any time as they Ladies' All Pure Linen Hemstitched, 'III-inch hem, at . ..$'t75 per dozen I I Evening Wear.
'.TiE Vest Florida tesm Bakery contain: no poisonous drugs, but ;Men's Hemstitchedinch hem, at.. .. ... .... ... .. .Sl.OO per dozen
,* quite an attractive display in only the cleansing antiseptic prop- Men's All Pure Linen Hemstitchedinch. !hem, at..f,2.73;; per dozen f'i1kIFI Linen Mo'_,;!.linp in J, Xlllli"ite| Shades Organdie, White .
: sir -hl'''' windows, which is wtll'I ,cries of Eucalyptus bark. Uuaicol, Men's All[ Pure Linen Hemstitched, ';:-inch hem a..l.I.7a:. per dozen I and Colored. Crepe de l'hin" ;:. el.... with Silk and Cotton Linings Match.[ .
'irth' l l.H.kiiig at. They are alsoi"tur blood root and Hydratin.AIdruggiu Men's All Pure Linen Hemstitchedinch l '. hem. at.. ....S-'i.oO; per dozen
prepared to supply candies for sell the tablets at ;DOcents Men's Pure Silk! Handkerchiefs at.... .... .oOt?. ".">c. Jl.tioand( *1.2<'j each Damasks, Napkins Towels] Etc.
iTi'tiius trees at low prices than for complete treatment.GO'IOFALK'S:1NDRl'1'VOUR. Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs, eX'l"ptionallIu:", an entire ,

.Votl.tfrdeuUrs. -- -- -- --- -- new line, from ... .. .. ... .... ... ... . .. .. .We to $'j.IMI< each WE TAKE 1 1NPECIAL:: PRIDE IX THIS STOCK.

Aiut-pricesale has been inaugu- I We carry the! fiuet Scutch Id-h.Oernun, French and P.elfeium goods,
4Pil at Falk's Millinery for the holiday 11..1'HIS LOW PRICES WILL Dress Goods. I both by the yard, in *ett,; and H"titched "ptt?, all sizes, 2 and 2' yards
; *. They are selling line millin- 'SIJR111aEi)1'. ALL SILK !'Our entire line of Colored Dress Good at enormou-, reduction., a great wide, and from .'5 to ;; yard- l"iig. from the cheapest; uptu jl'ia: -..tt.'I n the
cry at half price.; The, ladies are iuMU4t ;''VELVET HATS ELEGANTLY I 1 j many to go at Below Cot. finest Irish Iamak Towel.- from SI.O;; to |I2 I: per duzeu.
call and inspect their die ,
play. head"' their several alh't'rtbe-I' TRIMMEDTHE LATESTHTYLE, SILKS--Special Direct From the Mills. Corsets.Entire .
nit-UN m this issue. I FOR AND .
f4 ___ _$3.roiaci.u oiuch Black Taffeta, regular J1.00) grade, at.... .... .... . .. .. .. .. .. ..73ci I I 7j
:-lr\1\'I', to-morrow at the First : rorr.r. ,i 27-inch Black Taffeta of splendid washing quality, at. .. .. . ....$l.-5 ; new lined :Straight Front! just received, all of the Newest '
,1I'tl.t church at 11 a. m. and 7S:3U1 i 37-inch Black Taffeta, superior quality at. . . .. .... .... .. ...$:'.(1lI j Models, including the Correct Corset the Erect form,,.
j'': '", !1'iraching; by the pastor, Kev. Seven cases, one di-ciiared and Ltri To arrive next week 27-inch! Extra (J'lahty! Tatleta, black, at au I'
'',. J'iI';; ,; j H. Y. 1*. I'. meeting at $.>7..j; ) in lines was the police court exceptionally low price. Blankets, Down Quilts, Cotton Comforters.
p. m. ; Sunday cU-nool at 51:30 a. record this morning. Knnna }';Id- ,
"'. A cordial invitation is extended SPECIAL FROM THE MILLS. .
ridge, charged with being drunk Men's Neckwear.A I
'"all!! to attrul tht-e en'ice!-. with '..., . .. .
and assaulting Mrs. Thompson splendid l assortment of Reversible Four-i -Hallj5, Regulation I5ut- It"* pairs of B pound 1M \\ .l Clank't.s at .i.tatperpair.!
'
HUlldrt; of letters for Santa her hand was fined S;jt;0.Quitilin terfly'lat! Wing String Ties.: Ktr. (i j 100 pairs of 7 pound ]J.t !Finp-r WiIJlai.kttsat! .:.?s.Vj per pair.
riaL' arc being received Item IVu- i Smith:! assaulting, Lonniejn Down tjiiilts.! Huporior *tl"ula; i-iiildren at his postoHieo at :\ i>IIPr"jn with a billiard cue, was : Umbrellas. Cotton Comforts pUff White 'MI-IW: !! ike C->tton. the Light Fluffy kind.

Vie I \Vr..t Florida Steam Bakery fined :*IO.i . . .
received from '
Ladies'andMeu'sUmbrellas jut .tlaitnsl) ((11
l >
lid V are bfingforw.&nlrd tit him i John String and Richard > to, Hosiery and Underwear. .
in Ladies' and Men's Natural Wood Handler.erized l :
with lined fj; Special
"dally+u and answers will, arrive just au' s' each.charged; tlhtingwer UmbrelLn. exception: "value .. . .... .. . . . .. .. . LIU I 'sp'-cia! in Ladie.' and Cijlclrcn': Hosiery for the holidays, all Good
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? tiumtrt'ii secretaries can -- Special in all pure Silk I'murelius. I'hin Buy \V-t-m H.UMH.! Extra 1VearlnHo'; { at Id 'iind 2i! wt'tTht! : for *1 kind and -Vi rents
Write them. For a Cold in the Head (Juality, \'7.ir Silk, at. . .. . . . . . .. . .. .S7J.V paIr. AI".It -flendid li...' "( the New F<.ncy }FI-i I 'eind Vertical Stripe per
11rrc. rats for everybody, young j Lcxative Bromo-Quinir.s Tablets -
arid "::11. rove and gay, play: be: '
','Li at tilt Uuoreoi: Wm. John- NOTICE. Uk
*";- .\; Son. Jn tJlttr two-column 193. R. HALLIDAY O3 O\J. .
.dv'rti'euient ia this issue will be '' : Tliere will be a rt';nar Telephone 33-35 Palafox St. "
lfIt.. More; R.A. .
'ur'll a ioug h-t to select from Cut 31T meeting
lOUt Chapter No. 6 I on J 1
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:" '!',ti.ead\er'.isementatd' list.; : use as'IJpillg Monday evening!;: at 7:30o'clock" : (Kr THK IUST: : I ":t at Komanrr.lie i:! CHIPS; f-KOM (CHINA. n ,urll' nnrrrus-... I ,
s 1, (test.itlviVIat! :. ; wouJ!
Election of oli-! you I --- "I.i-t n. lt. I
the choice articles di- :: \.U :Kc 'pt-d Harry. -
Ada Ilibbs, charged with the lar- cers. Among I ray, clear, if I hoiiM a"k you to marry j The intp-rr.ty: of China: and the estab- ." Slid Miss KiiH-itkuii: r-jn-ls. who iRas
csay of a watch from Caut. Lo> edal, \V. IJ.AXI'EKSOX.Secretary.: played at the! Parlor Market this i meV j lishtuent lit a tafjle puri'rumeit is more M-iicoii': ( a-, well! ns homely "he .
and yt!bjmboiii, charged with relvMn 1 aside from the usual :}-":=?rt- She '
week (Ltully/-Whjit would I important than! the dcrnpitaiioa[ : of the kl JI"t'.1| me on the fon-hcnd t.
; : had a hearJuJgf - '- of : ,.a : ;l
-t.It'III'rol't'rty. ail
IIf hip'h-srade: meats say? ODtiforei princes; an i uceruys.i -Chi "
ment ,
's''- t t. 1 !- ;: Jones, ye"tHd.IYat.J Look out for yourself, and the future several kind. of ; Tribi.ne. "Tli \Idea: 'xniU'd1I"s! : Pcpprey. ) ;
kind, are 1 game; lie (hol''ful.v! ) -Its, den re:.t. j cuo ''I
wire leased.. Capt. Lovedal of your family by securing and dressed I wonder why he didu't kiss me on ,
fish : poultry alive : She-I wonlJ aj--I would tayHe j It Li Iltuz Chart's; saestion: : to proI 1
:"'t I'-u ': here to prove that the substantial life insurance policy fresh ergs, and a rare lot of fresh I| vide tbe Chinese; iutU'raoity by doubling the HIM. Ob, horrors! Probably! Le bail 1
( dear. Oo
eagerly-Yes.) on.
Watch wa his property.Ijvf without delay, from Thos.C. Watson Itih l-tn tlrmkin1"Very : ,
vegetables, including new po i I customs tariffs shoulJ Le adopted, it iij
Oak Camp Woodmen of theY & ('o.whorepresent one of the best tatoes, snap beans, egg-plant! cabbage ,I 1, She-I would snv that f'harlie Brown i j, to be feared that! the "open door" would I like: )}'. You say he proposed
exi" had ki-J three! weeks and I -1
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life insurance companies in. a- me njo _
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and TSmj last
rld. fleeted ollicers last night as' celery young turnips tur- ..trnITtnnrn t receive a 1'Im.-\\.hin.'nn- t.-I'hllad"'rJbla. Tress.lni7iiiatlf t. ,
tence. hill 3C'l'nll',1 binI -iIIndennftely ; I
follow : Consul; Commander, W. W. I 'U_ ---- I I nip greens young onion carrots, I j qnullflratiun. ,n Hut: Tf'd.
"arson cauliflower, rut:!. bagras: lettuce ('oulinu..d.Wilit'l'a. j .
; lieutenant J. .1. the beets, 1 : Ios- )
advisory Stops Cough roliti-al on say IIuIHon! TV aats "Women, as a class, have 1 i
"nwtll ; banker John Pfeiffer parsley peppers; and all of the v !lays a- 110 regard J )
; to be i.rorVarJ ? for .
clerk =>. ]H. Thane*; escort K. }'. and Works oft the Cold. taple vegetables. Reasonable prices. l'a-Now, you jioi.iiseil me when I :I imnctnality. .' ..
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| Hwler-So I
understauLPolitical '
IltLttd ; watchman, Arthur Kerle; Laxative promo Qainlnw Tablets cure as good goods, courteous attention and answered your IJM .1ue tiou that youwouldn't ': 'Tia't FO at II.'!. I know plenty of '-' ;1
't try. J. L. Hell; manager to fill :cold m one day >o Cure, So Pay. Price prompt delivery of order, are the | a.-k another. i i,I Hoss-I'.ut he isn't in touch women who, if they Lave an tngagcmnt t}

Jieancy. H. 1'\. Liddon; physician, )Scents. i:reasons of the constant increase Willic-I know but this I is part of I j i: with the people.! at 3 clock, are nil ready and hit- r
1)r- w. c. Dewberry' ; delegates to "I For loc each will do up you counterpane !t the trade of the Parlor Market. tie -iUestiini.-PbihJelpMa: Press. ii!i j i Ward Ilet-ler-But Le's a millionaire tin; on the edge: of a chair by !LI if Last !
l"'V': ation,John F. 1'feitferV.. W. ?. New Method Laundry. ; Telephone No. 173. i I i land[ can he tnnr-hf-il Thlrstm Pnst. t"-Inllisnar.tfc F.nri.il I j
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jj j- 8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 81900.



'...\1' ...,...,...., ..,........'.' '.' '.. FAVOR TRADE UNIONISTS.A .
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New Zealand Labor Law That Boston R PIII

A cum 8ACRIfICf. the High Coarli ('pboJd.I ShoeJtore.

** r* For some time past the! employers'

!:.*....... ... .., .... .... ... .. ,' I associations and the industrial assodaj -
}!,::..-::.',,:. "1..'.:'. ,......'.'.-.-.t..iii j! tloiis In the south of New Zealand Laveunited III 1 ,
THE NEW SEASON OPENS WITH FINE PROSPECTS OF A GOODBUSINESS. u la
and tried to get the Auckland
Wewore looping Christmas right merrily Employers' association to Join them in I! WE HAVE MADE AMPLE PREPARATION

at the oM manor house of Stor j an effort to resort to the court of appeals -I FOR IT WITH ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED ; J} CflI

Aswan the home of my childhood, as it j. and finally to the privy council to I STOCKS WE HAVE EVER CARRIED, FOR oo I r- CO

Lad been that of my forefathers for test the validity of the "tyrannous." as C"t-

many generations. We were In the midst they call it, preference of. trade unionists I Ladies Misses Men and Boys.
of a White sea whose billows were the to nonunionMs t % u! i ilhliui' I
in the labor
mar- /
partially fcnbcirre hedges that daily I onet4 r1 ,, q ;
kl't.n important decision 13O
was given j
grew less noticeable as the snow drifted I I NATHAN G. FORCIIEIMER:
in and piled above them. at Wellington on May 10 last by the ,

The black [jiuo forests of Salten Lad I court of appeals regarding the awardof I PROPRIETOR. =a III{dil'Iq I I O
the arbitration in labor disputes '
&;lab sent forth the grim. bloodthirsty court -j
pack of legionaries Mho for ages baddiult under the industrial conciliation I o-SOME OF OUR SPECIALTIES ARE-oLadies' l h IrvI

uuniolested! in its dark fastnesses, and arbitration act It has teen the ;
and the cry of "\Volf!" was no longer, as custom for the arbitration court to I High-cut, 9-inch, Rainy Day Shoes. Q..

1 lu-rttuforc, an empty sound. All this place a clause ia the award compelling Ladies' Czarina Shoe. Ladies' Marzo Shoe. p.jrC
however, did not affect any of our party,
employers to give trade imiouUts jircference I
V\M\ were all! Norse wen and maidens ,, i
forVniploywont hi .:1 particular All of the Finest Quality, $3.50 each. ''I
lain used to the (cold full of health andrpirits. I I r.n
I. Ella! Illeorn daughter of the I Indutry.. Itecently the waster l lumbers - -- - .... S ( .. lei 111 i ,
house was the wildest of that mad circle and bas fitters at Christchurch i

j. who had assembled at Stor Aswan at applied the supreme court fur a man1darnus
I Chriitmastidu to do honor to my betroth to prevent the arbitration court : Boston Shoe Store. o 333

tl to Eric: Jar!, the lover of my youth, j" from giving! preference for employment r I Ii It CDS
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ere long to be my htihband.
to members of the trades union in tnedl.'pute !: i'a t
i ,-;0 !in dancing, feasting and merrymaki&C I 02 ot.I .
then under review. Judge Kenj j
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the week sped until a few hours ,.
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nlstou hId that the: court had a per -
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more xxruM see us all scattered in various I
I tlirf'tinus to n'eet again we knew feet right to give such au award if it I r 5ZS 225? sz s 25252525 ,25Z c1 S*"*****"***|V3*rS1rJ ; fcdCD

//h Jot 11 hen or "herl'.r the bit day, I thought tit and disini''ed the motion. w I

I. therefore we had reserved the chief I This decision was nppcnK'd agtint.!: : E. M.\ ANDERSEN, gI
pfBM.rc.! the crowning; point of el! our with the result that the full court has | i 1.-4 L + + f I '

rnjj.vnient sleighing and skatia party I unanimtrt. divided; ia favor of t.! ,' !, LJ rn 1
to Stor:- .Aswan a ;mountain encircled lake: The < !
t judgment. following: selections 2JEWELEP
some ten! miles farther north the same 1
from the opinions! expressed by thcM"-! l : :
'from which our Lomo.steai j'.crived: its i iuaiat
; Phonic name. This was to be oar I i oral judge.s are instruetuv a< illu>trat I j !

vail, or greeting, to the new ),'nr-ut j lag 'IHcial! opinion! Ia the lutetpn-ta' [U U| Tt
neleMuc to the incomn? gue't.Jf tion (.r the law: !; n] Fine Line of Watches, Chronographs and Red j; t 'I j i! .

!;:hty: ilauuivl the eventful! moruins, 'I In the course of ii. jtl. IlCnt the I rj] peaters Diamonds, Elegant Sterling Silver K !I :
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. clear and fair its heart could <11'.ire. Ali chief justice (Sir Hubert Stun -tati-il i I
1' nature sefmcd rejoWns like ourselves at I. that r.r.uuion! were altogether outside i' |0 J Novelties, Fine China and Cut Glass. ftS

the a 1 vent of another year and one at- I the! net. They had been cxeludexl.A & I
rtady.o full of promise.At *-No. 29 S. Palafox Street.-1t
It'iizth: we started, Eric and I as iipintedvoriian! bad !ii> !>ta. ;i itils ,
f IsHSHSZsSHSHSHSHESSHSHSHSHSESaSESH ksZSHsJi
l Los-is iK'ia; the lost of the party for of imdir the !'taltl('. The iitutemast !} SHSHS Santa Claus Delivering Presents 0.111,'

("uur,,". he was my chaiiuteer. I well! nor I bo oU-yiil. h">\u-\er contrary i; i I -- __ I II dies and West Florida Steam Bakery Cft/,-(.., .
r. niea.li-r iy father t-tauJinx: at the dix.r might 1'e to what ':>s deenu-d natural '! 1
b' to we us go: and, as ho tucked! the tear I justice.! 'file hiatus of individuals i Address all Letters to Santa Clans rare II I .

(-kin rug more closely around Lie, bidding j! might be changwl and the lights: of i i iI 1 ida Steam Bakery.
II us 4rUurn rally and, beware of the sale ::: i I ii
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i persons affected: !, and tin're was no ?p- <
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ten honnJt"ti j
We hushed at the warning: then but I tint to n'iy other court ill New 7ea- |i ...._.....-4T. +. .,........ITe. .-...T.-. .. -
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I; j j land.: Then the dNputes must be ia ,| .. .- .. _- .iW., W- ..-,-.. tIIEADQI'AIlTEItS _- .. -- --.._- ., .-. .
i had awful cause to remember it after- j r.- - -
!11 ward. Of that day I shall not speak |i iWe refiTi-uce t-j"liidi>trial! mitttrs"whkhj I II IIi
:y were all young and in wild spirits j were duly def.ued 1 \ the statutes. The |

! and some of in ia love. ''. definition: ( f industrial mil:tc''t>" seemed !I

" But all things, even the leasantest, [ to hIs honor to Include every kind of ijij W [ @; -I

1" roust come to an end. So when the j possible dispute! that! could arNe i.twill bei i
j shades of evening began to fall heavily! : i
1 an employer! and his ttorkwan.I'1he H
I. merging earth, sky and water into onegray : '
I act in effect alxilNIted "contract"i FOR .
i ij
leaden cloud we began our journeyhomeward. !

tl as t-oon n3. Tired we started out with I nestled my exertions down, ;j j and the act restored could"status.I'e rendered" The inoperativewas olh'3\ i w wit 1l SCH [>> Dl BODK :

:\ among the soft furs ia the sleigh! and ,, by workmon not a.-sooiatir.g or. I I,

] r'.fkvd by in easy motion soon fell fast flit jlJin:n;,: any union for as had bo n .

q ash<'[>. I|I said the statute could! Lot deal with ,'\'! ....I :- O F ALL VI"JDr.:.._ _':."_Ih..,
.lfI IIcHlun:? I slipt I know not but when j! uaa.-fwiated 1 v.Trl.m u. No duubt the ; ; ,
I awoke it snowing fast and the '
JI was
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; statute by abidlshiii 'cor.tract" and I.
:, tlarl.!!" >; M intense that we could nut, I .! WE HAVE THE LAlHiEST :-\TOl'JOF:
rcsturiii; "slUt lis. might I* a reuT>al .
: Pee a !ban.l'.n'l1ltb! l-fore n*. 1 oal.l! i i I .
Ittt; to Kiie, who was driving, and a-ked it to a state: of things that existed before II
:i [:] New and Second- d Books for Public S' h
all! was well tl) which: the answer cauii, I.o'ir industrial era, as :Mainaud other ,i Prices from $25.00 up. : Call and See Them.A .: ',' : 0L.j :.;
;1t" 1'01'U\ will, but for tod's ake try to jurists bad pointed out. The power of I! 1
owak.J ..." 'I I I (; Ever Brocght( to Prn5 Cat( : at the test: Pri;;e.>.
t kelp the legislature was suulciint ttl revert j A CHOICE LOT OT.It !if i 1i J
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\ So I aroused Myself and sat up ka wins ''' to this prior !'Iltt" The only question OCU'iOL KOOK'n H0TI"T.; R- /LIt.I! > !L'n \\'o1.P.! U. i' ;
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: that seen! in that bitter: night air i e'.. O Hi,h. ,t l'a-!t 1'".-,. Mr % ,.". .. u,j-II m.j f-ok- At Imp| J .;.
I miv'Lt i.ican death. J the appeal court Iia.l to cll.ttnune:1'! ; J B1TGGIES I I 1+'eho ilC\ippu: .--. f,i1 I-I-, t''I.'I' _. 1':1..p.'uii.i.| r. ik.: |ti., ,'t !h IL. ,
"r"} 1 whether the! words of the act were :. (j thhOpptrtulI.I' tt> ha\i' .Mun.-> ou \.nii ton ik- rf
Suddenly! as I listened vainly for the i j : /
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clear enough to sha-.v that the court rf '
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H who of our companions' bells, I heard
; another stand tonic up with the uiud- I arbitration had the power daiuud for |, 'aT IlKCEIVKI AND FOR SALE f';} C. R. JOHNSON Prep. ',)
; a long drann! hollow moan. The third It. In siiK-lause! I> |>owtr was given t.> I ; ;;.1
AT MANUFACTURERS' PnICEI -:....
::1I time the ponies also heard it, for they j j the couit to deal with the btatus of i I : 218 SOUTH PALI" FOX STREET. :

i.'\; IaO.t sprang shook.'I forward!out with of an the impetus s'eigh. that at-I i| workmen. He wn of opinion that, ,I Tha Only Exclusive Dealers in I r.fil,_., ; _., __.,._.. _._.,.,,,._. ,,._ __. .-. .J
4 J Me 1 haviuc! this power the court ha,11 over { Vehic/es.1 ,' t- .../OU.-..;.-.p-- "-'wl.w'' -.-, Ilww.. .. -- w.IY. -......'-"-yrq'-" ......... -_ -. ..
I Ii. rrightened I said to I rit'"bat, oh i
j to declare that bale unioai.sts should!
what is that? And the
answer came j
I"I back .huJ t anJ 1>11'1'11. "The Saltenhumuls I j have a preference o\or vuirkuuu! not J. IYT HIIxXiIABD t.X: C0. I Ii .
i ClelDlngladlrk.t) aiiJ wait I will l
:" i, belutiing to a trade union.! In tie i repair your t.
i is one of our specialti.-... !hta- in fret-eta.- .
Lauujewelry :
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Then began that terrible chase "for i case of an associated workman the arbitration -
| No. 30 East Garden St. Phone
l 121j I dry. Stephens.IN .
dear life" which, though we should l both j j i court ('C'1h'c\ the preference -

!c lire for twice our allotted !span we coull if it dlO !.-Ucpoit of Frank 1>.1- -- -

i II never forget. Swiftly we sjn.il aluiig, our j i l.nghani.; ; United States Consul at Awk-i j )lK T.\I. NOTICE. I -
r'. ttecds iinpil'ed!! by n terror as gnat as ,i land. ,
' our own iiatil they apiared almost to nr.T.J.Wt'll'hh\\'IDgju..tr..turn'drom i A Goou SulJlanlial I
t'; ('hIeegoandSewYork:: wlii>rf h* hn been |
fly. I'.reatl.Iessly we hearkened I. hoping f.1f."oF
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; I stU'lyinc and Inicstlcatine all! nf the latest I ;
. even yet to leave the enemy behind. ]>ryan to Jlorrls.i 1 and tro-t i/ll"rovI'Illnt'tho"!' of Ki>:!..ret U.-ni
I Eric Mill held the I I tintrr.nnpMM>rtally "" 'IIII"aU-t mil erect J.t t--"r" 1.-. .
nins. and ooxverod i
TCoraa, Tes.. D3c. C.-\Vill .
1'n.iT
n ,
!1 noel bridge 11'(1)to now prepared to otfer his I "J' .. \ '
flown sit the b ..ttom of tle sleigh and ; Morn, late organizer in Texas: of Ijryaui patronth'1 ..""t up-to-date ilrntal work j I X r a S I ift )
U prayed more earnestly than I had everyit that can be obtained in any oitt-t I II i + n+ 1f Jd '\, ff
}:\ done in my life "fur an invreaM of ;i clubs among traveling men. this n (\ru. j I i i ". J'.d.) .'

If the snowdrift or aught: even u miracle 1 ing It'ei''I'.I the following note from W. KorOter Fifty learn.May. 17 y r'tt'Io rJ../ ,..-. (,iI.'t.J'f r."' 4D ......-. \

! if it might only sate us." J. Bryan: "\Ve have made the best fight i iI ive 1 WINHLOW'8. KOOTHINO HVKUP bB :f-"l ,'..f.., ttl'/.,' ;.1.'. ..'/'-
, In the middle of a white plain with no I \ could for principles which nil Lei i I been uSe d for over tfty years by Intll lone of ? r';. .. : ,.-
mothers for their children while /wil. '-' ..
( r.ook or corner < UiMe! \\ herein we could l I i hove to Arnori'Mii, and we must continue I 1 with p..rt..ct !UCC" S. It ,".iotht the t"lthint.child fu A r/'T -I
,' take refuge, and Mill 11.111'1a league I to do our duty a< we see it regardless 1 softens the Rams allay!)all patn.l'ures1Ilnd CLOTHING q.. : (\ :1.A
from home, our case looked hopeless of temporary reverses." i noun and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. j .
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it will relieve the little sufferer 1m.I = ';;;
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poor
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:So seemed to I
; nougs. our pursuers mediately. Bold: by Druggists ID every K r-4r '. of
think as they now caught sight of us for Solomon >lif>ft.ill Arrested.SAVANNAH. ] part of the world. Twenty-five! cents a bottle Li ) \\.'. .1J"\ l.' \." "
(II 10. .
I lie aud ask for -'Mri. Win low'8 rGoa.nt ,.' t'.. "
the first tiiin and lifting, their black muzzles I DL-C. 3.-Solomon Sheftall : sure : .Lt' '
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i Soothing byrap."and take no other klcd. J
I from the ground gave vent to a I a well known merchant here has been i ij i T .Nf ).;
Low I of savage exultation. I could! havefcrcaiued. SI-3:0 Ei S. : {
| Cleanliness is next
tt too, when 1 heard it, for fright i arrested on a warrant charging him to

was hiun; me half wild. It was so un- with passing a raised bilk The counter. Godliness, examine our
r; uttcrubly horrible to pciUh thus! Rut a i feit Ivan 11 $i silver certificate: raised to kitchen whenever please Men's SUl.tS.$2: : ::: : : : :: : : :::::: :::::: :: :::: :::::: :::: : : : ::: : ::: ::: :; : 50 to $10.00
: glance at Kric, so cairn and steadfast. f 10, and it is charged by tho authorise \ you

:4 t' gave me new ('ourue.l.'astl.'r : !i that the defendant paced the bill after and see for yourself Has Boys' Suits:: : : : :::: : : : : : :: ::..::.. ::.. ..::....:::;:..:::.. :::::: :.. .. .. ;.. .... .. : .. .7oPto $ 450
notified hh
and faster we 01'like huntedanimals having been by banker thai
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death behind us coming on | it wus a bud bill. this invitation been extended Youths' Suits . .. .. .. ....-. . . . I
:! apace. .\ few yards more and he would i _______ __ \ to you by others. Try a :: . ... .... ... : .... ...... .. ... :. .. : .: . ".. $175 to $ 5 50Ladies'

'i. claim TromptiHl us for his by ow Eric'n., 1 threw out the CALUOUS Rlverte.iiter, 0., Dec.-. In 6.Collision.-The i a-isen- '< meal at the "Yew Cordova Skirts: : :: : : : ::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :: :: ;: ;;;; .75 to $ 6 50 I

1 l-earskin; rug: which protected me from i ger st.J.l11er3ir... n ,\ and Bonanza col-- only SO cents. Ladies' : : : :::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::: :::: ::: :::::: I

the cold. Tor a moment they paused, !' lidf.l ilJ. fog under full headway at Capes : : : : : : : ::::: :::::: :::::::::;:: :::::::;;::: :;;; ; ;. .48 to 10.00Ladies' i
-rol'll"llIt it. then on with fresh fury aft I .Look the country over, and youwill i

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I"E. (lay.As'II.il gaming us an instant's priceless de I her among side; the forward passengers 20 feet on long.both steamers A juiiiio : tate.wealth T.by"..buying W n.tSOfCo a piece: of real repent es- ,'' Misses' Jackets: : ::: : : : : ::::::::: :: : : : : :::::: :: :::: :: :::: ;: ;: : ; $1.25 to $ 3.50 I

the t l..t Ml from my hand the fore- was: averted by the prompt action of the the old proverb: "A word to the _

ft. m<>-f \\..lf mtdfd forward, just mi " ins mj arts.'ahie: his ktrong. cruel jaws
irit with a painfully ait 1 II I>ie tint ...! and bxiked lit mea '- ;;011'" life is in danirer. A neglected LOOK AT OUR LADIES' .JUw SHOES LOOK AT OfR CHILD'S. t | .? ; fl. I :

lunc. loving I3n.-ln.I1o began knotting cough or cold may soon become se- LESTER I1JANOS I 1.00K.11' OL'R LADIES..ft2.SHOFa: : : LOOK AT OCR CHILD'S . . .|l :'', : ..
the riim to the iron side of the utivinseat. .: rh us and should be stopped at once. / LOOK AI OUB LADIES' . . . .315)SIIOES;: LOOK: AT Ol'R l" -
1. i One! :Minute: Cough Cure quicklycures ROYS'NDMFNS'. I -i'!
1.0IAT ont .
1"otinl'tj'ly divining his purpose nf coughs and colJ 11 lid the worst LAMESf2.WKHES: LOOK AT Ol'R HOY: AXI) MFNX. tI' .i -

giving; I.U life to save mine, I sprang ; caps of croup, bronchitis: grippe Guaranteed Ten Years t i LOOK AT OUU CHILD'S .4>('. SHOES LOOK AT orit .() .;" AND M K::V-. :.1'I : t

forward and. cliagin; to him frantically : and 1 other throat and lung troubles.i LOOK AT OUK CHILD'S ;ii c. SHOES: I LOOK AT (Jilt C'Y'l'ANDM's.These : :i" : : -
wHspored: lIar i'l
i i Piiarmacy. Sidney Kahn ,
"I'"-"r..t. remember, we stand or falllojicther" John t.Sheppard.NMVAIj The Lester founding hoard !j.* I Goods Are Marked
: ciowiH'd and built into 1' ;1no OD' Down 2D[ Per Cent.F .

I .\ eti !.!, n thought, justified by our dire STOKra :sloth<:. --am principil atin' back (>f a vio-1 i
rMremity. Cashed: through my brain., It lin. This is the-ecrtt tf the Itii-u I :) I1 ''T'' .
w.s at l lost u forlorn hope. Quickly: I I Reported Daily for The sews tj MELLOW L1rr'ER'fs.SE. i a IL EL 'TE
loe'llt'r Eric snatched the bunting 9 .: rQ.J \( 4J\/ '
Union NaVal Stores Co \Vt a k you to pomp iu the Lester : ?
his belt and cut loose the
J knife from Ro'r YI with any; other 1'1111."e imitc

nearest pon '. With an almost human I Ww. ... ._...... $2 1"H .. ... M .Vi this, knowing; there is :xo: HLTTKI
cry of pain the poor animal galloped off tl t3.-' .... :! ul ti ..___. .... t 'HiI 1'IANO:: '{All.:.
i wit!! tie! ravenous puk after it. .\ few .. __..._. ..__. i h'-. t.; fold KJ-V SEAMS BEST
"' '' T'inA lar"variety O 1-P.HICEI'
'.. strides! only and it was surrounded overpowered M _. .. .. .... 1. I' _.__ ... tw ou '- I : 105 MJCTIIPILAW:
last sounds It.._ _.... 1." lJ_..... _... 1 ;.' to s.-lect": n.i. 'all and ALLOWS); ?rJUi1S
t heard ere the welcome lights; of Stor SPIRITS TCBPSSTISK-JJ rants rov mrt ..
Aswan came in hiht'I're our baffled I ? _. -_ : R'lTQP FOR. 5TTU311 I
CLunER'S nu.-i'j( ; nvjucr [CASh1\ I1'ILSE!)
J' enemies growling and fighting over the! J. llilUard .j- ('0. luild t i stw. ,oarr suurr o !
little steed. It
remain' of |iny gallant:
11- and
111 S tuth I'a'al'H Street
was a cruel sacrifice, but necessity knowsno the best delivery wagons, POPULAR PRICES
law, and by it we were saved.-Ex- --_. _.- .
..!*"--'" -- spring floats, drays, etciiicimii .

l- Now is the time when croup and[ -

, bur: troubles prove rapidly fatal.!
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; Tho only harmless remedy that produces ,
.i immediate results is One Minute -
Cough Cure. It is very peas! tut ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

to take and can bs relief upon to
qui kly cure coughs; colds and all Pensacola, FI!.
lung dWaye*. It will prevent con-
sutnptl..n. Harpi Pharmacy, Syd OFFi.-E-OverSjol:::; Cahn &;; Co.'s,

ney Kahn, John Sheppard corner Palafox and latendencia Sts. To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it ? Price 50c.f .




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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA SATURDAY. DECEMBER 8,1900 9 I : '

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.1 I J ATTRACTIVE EXHIBIT. i I GALVESTON STORM ECHOES i I I 11 1 .1.1 ...i 11.1 .I 1 '< f.f'!H- :r',

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of Food and Their Acc ..orte Disappearance of the Dnnardi and a ;
Knows la I..I.c P -Amerlcma Spiers. of Pirate Lafltte'. Grove. There end i .I l
Woman Woman. I Avery IS no of. :;
dainty "
pamphlet has been Issued ; "One of the most curious results of .

by the Division of Foods and Their the great Galveston storm," said a gentleman "

f 'ICB, KAX., Jin. II.t Accessories of the Pan-American Exposition -,; who has lived for a number of Old Virginia Cheroots .

urea Wine of C: rdu! for nerod i at Buffalo. The food work at ': years In the tempest swept city, "was .
? weakoees in the 1 the Pan-American comes under the the total destruction of the bUlZsrds.I .
"'OUI>In 'UAfter takill' one bottle I / general department of Horticulture i''From time out of mind the lower end -
..' *.e'l i* io. I am a Wine midwife of 1 ( of the Island has been a favorite haunt H there is H
.a1. recommend Forestry and Food Products, of which to waste, as no finished end to / :
friend
VV i my >'4y during of these birds, and they could be seenthere '
:a: .inrr J Irter birth Mr. Frederic \\-. Taylor Is superintendent -
V. finds that any day by the hundreds. After { '
r < takes
III! i!,\u even more than Is claimedpfd' t Mr. G. Edward Fuller, as assistant the storm It was generally supposedthat cut off and throw away. When you raH ; ..

yrR9 C M- BOI3YEBT.vVsiy ( superintendent, has entire charge of they would flock to the scene of

the Division of Foods and Their Ac- 1'ruin: and the appearance of the noisome buy three Old Virginia Cheroots for g ,

cessories. and he Las prepared himself creatures was looked forward to .

for unusual work !In this line by as an Inevitable finishing touch on the *
I spe- : five
have
smoke
cents more to 2
horrors of the but you H
mn 40rdJdI octal| travel and study such as no one I I I great catastrophe; '
much to our surprise, to be
none was
else
probably ever undertook with the seen, and since then I Lave been allover : and of better quality than have
same object. This! pamphlet calls the you : 1
the Island and find that they have .
I knows woman like ,,'onun.tn. go to medial colleges, attention of jobbers of teas, coffees i,
0 (, ,k. and listen to Itctur They learn indirectly! of the diseases and spices and all dealers In food pro;}- i j. of completely the old timers disappeared.said they A good had taken many when you pay fifteen cents for three '1Five

,f Yo 'men, bIt they are I1 cIl1nj car never !fully understand the ailments, nets generally and their accessories to i
refuge on the mainland and would be
jjjJenci'S. the agonies of mothers, wives and sisters. A woman the
the Interesting, useful! and educational Cent "
i
kno\i i. Mrs. BoIS\eft knows. She has passed through the trials In their lines of business which !! j jvork back again In a few days, but weeks cigars. $

rid m uti ns of her sex. .een w hen ker sisters suf- I; j have elapeod, and none has appeared.The .
of
1001.
tt'M.y: v. .+tr she recommends it? Is it my wonder that thousands perished on the spot during that:
of other women recommend tt.urn' The assistant superintendent: :Mr. : terrible night or were blown out to sea | rear Ask your own dealer Price, 3 for 5 cents. in "

t.| AJV1J5M 13 AMI rtxjmrtng HUITMIIT.iixclil taal They experience know to They prompt he them.acv foods Fuller,and says condiments: "In the far of east which there we are are '' and drowned."In speaking. of the matter tie other ...I. I .IeI....... ..i .. a

A W.; '..'..'.......<1 J i oici'mu CUttaaooga. Teen mouth to mouth,telling how Wine of the alms of the food exhibit will be ] similar occurrence off the coast of

of Cardui heIrs young girls, helps to educate the people of the western i 1!. ]Florida He sail there was a small Island There are Only Two .
iU and iK
! the .eA 'f ages, kelps cures womanly ills.
hemisphere to the cultivation of the ] below Cedar Keys that was for Kindsof

, Druggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00. products which flourish In the east It j merly a great resort for buzzards. In i
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will be my aim to show how simple'and i fact It was know among the nativesas coal and we take our choice and

-proftable.ft would I*." for Instance, 'Buzzards' cay:' For some reason or y choose nothing but a superior grade. ..

AT1 i r to grow In the West Indies what is other the big birds made It their rendezvous i Those who wish to get plenty of ,

I grown In the East Indies.; The climate' and the spot was practically I(I : carbon will find Ill per cent of U in '

'' and soil conditions are remarkably surrendered to them. One night about our high grade tialoway coal. The
: similar and the i people of PensacoLi would prefer
conditions favor-
are ten years ago! a terrific tropical storm .[ /
able. t ., s: paying their money for latent heat
e "
PERVERSITY- .
trtlNESE j came sweeping up the coast, and this 'j ,j --'-, than for little heat and plenty of
STAGE GLINTS. "The best proof obtainable or d'sira- little island seemed to be directly In ;i ii clinkers and ashes. Duality high,

ss rx nts south. ble that the su'.l and the climate: of the the path of the cyclone c'ntA.'r.1 any .' price low. here.

aaJ is the place of honor.S Favershata Is to star. f West Indies U as favorable as that of rate It was swept clean, and the whole of z5 i i a '

tt: of step when walkin; Andrew Mack may take "The Pt-bl" I, the East Indies! for the production of colony of buzzards was destroyed. The :

Australia.. : spices: is already available. The pro,}- 1 1I fisherman told me that scores of them } Thom sod Olsen

x'S !It polite to ask your age Stage fever Is prevalent. One New I acts now received from the Wfst Indies i were washed up on the mainland, and t t I U vlliiTelephone ,

E '":. York dramatic s'hwlll.'lsO pupils. are not equaled by those from any not another one was ever seen on the

t ...Lar..an shakes his own hard : Reginald de Koven is bald to be thinking I.I! other section of the world. At the cay. T1A new generation avoided It 1 1i 147.

,1 1 .f j-<.revs seriously of locating permanently i! present time! !:ey grow better allspice! i iI i instinctively. IVrhaps they have away

II w'.:ttJs his! boots Instead of In London. I Finger and red pepper there than :anywhere of handing; down such traditions."

L. .e :15 tiers. Blanche Walsh has been meeting! i i else on the globe, and the vanilla -i iI ".peaklng of the destruction wrought: tf.l B. WRIGHT GOfflPflJiY
bmf'hkh la of spices, as I .
U rides with his heels In his stir- with great success! presenting "More. queen ]by the storm on the lower end of Galveston ,
the nutmeg is king, is found nowhere "
Island, said another Texan who i
i .usteaJ of his toes. Than Queen" In Canada. J
r.4 i' In the world In such perfection as in. had listened to the buzzard story, "the I, ['\MANUFACTURERS DEALERS IN
lit ut.;!.! on receiving! bad news In version of "Quo Vadls" given In j 'I
Mexico. The coffee In Mexico
grown
J frightful wind that night uprooted and
,_.3 to deceit evil spirits). San Francisco! recently real lions! were 'I (
has a flavor obtainable in no other cof- ,carried away three gigantic oak trees LUMBER LATHS
Dfeii Le throws away the fruit of brought out during the arena scene. j ,
fee not even the :Mocha or Java surpassing -: that Lave been known for years as Lafitte's i 't
tie uelon auJ eats the seeds. It Is said that the Prince of Wales
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It. William of Germany
j Emperor -
grove. According to tradition! ,
Oil: women folk are often seen In has saved all his theater and concert ;j appreciates that fact and all of'': the spot was one of the buccaneer's I|; L SAWED CYPRESS SHIHBIMl-DliCl Saps;

trousers, accompanied by men In : pro; amn(>G since he was a boy and I' the coffee used In the royal household ; numerous places of rendezvous, and 11 .y .,
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1'EXSACOLA, FLA. ,
..1;us. I filed them away In blank books. I is sent from our nearby republic. Venezuelan -' ;scarcely need add that he Is reputed to I i .a -

He says west-north Instead of northwest The In11i-hlort1: chamberlain recently i cacao, from which chocolate is ] have burled a lot of treasure some- .

:Bad slitks-four! Instead of four- refused to license the production of made, !is superior to the East Indian ,i where In the neighborhood. The oaks I Ii

5xtS.: !! a play In which the characters of Pilate : product. j I II were supposed to mark the place, and i DUNN'S HOTEL $>
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His: favorite: present to a parent is a and Mary Magdalene: appeared. | "With the view of massing together'!I1 am sure it Is no exaggeration to say :

rn:!!Robertson-Scott's "People of The Kansas City courts have given i i In one effective Instructive and useful'j'I II that hundreds of people have hunted ON EUROPEAN PLAN.

Alice Nielsen the right to use her stage I j' exhibit the economic plants, vines andtrees I for It at one time and another. The

Chtau"I name as her real one. She Is Alice of tropical Tan-America which I II trees themselves were largely responsible THREE REGULAR MEALS EACH DAK 25 CElTS EACH.

I Training of Gnnntri. Ntntwig; no longer. She was divorced j produce teas, coffees, spices and, kindred for keeping the legend alive, and

ILe method used In the United States from Professor Nentwlg, an organist 1 things, It has been decided to now that they are gone I dare say It !i Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night. ''I

for the economical training of the some time ago. 1 appropriate considerable at the I
fifj space will die out. New Orleans Times-
i OYSTERS FISH AID GAME OF ILL KINDS IN SEASON.
psnt'rs Is very Interesting. It Is a The suit Instituted against the 0> | Democrat.One I {

*known; fact that the cost of firing pheum theater In San Francisco, for
of Many EnthndaiU. !j SPECIAL: ORDERS AT: ANY: HOUR
ctof the large guns used In the navy ejecting; a man from the orchestra was I I II I i
Joe Mitchell Chapple, editor cf The t
!'j very great, amounting sometimes to won by the Orpheum management. It I
I National Magazine, published at Boston I RATES:-From f 1.0)\ ) to J1.50 per Day. I.odging-25! and W cent i
1I.joJ' or more. To sate this expense I was decided that the management has I I II II II 'I
was in Buffalo and became ;
recently j
I'jry simple method U employed. In ,I the right to eject any objectionableperson. |I much Interested in the 1517 and 519 South Palafox St. PENSACOLA FLA I Ii IiI 4r '
I EzposiLion. 1t
tip! case of the !large guns nn ordinary I '
On hIs return to Boston he wrote i
Rfnlngton: rifle Is secured In the breech j On election night In New York James j j j I
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to an official! of the Exposition as follows -
rf t',e gum and directly In the center ; O'Neill presented "Monte-Christo" at
: "1 was indeed not. to have '
sf tli, hare, so that when It Is fired Its I j the Academy of Music to receipts of I sorry : Christmas
seen you when In Buffalo, but I did see '
!/:'"t takes the same direction as that [, f2.34G.13: : the highest price being $L the Exposition and was astonished beyond ,
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't tit regular projectile. The large This Is said to be the largest amount .
measure. I wish that you would
r's: sighted In the usual manner. I ever taken In at any box office In America --ANDloliday' -
send on anything that think
('' .. .aunt of the lesser velocity of ther on one evening! at these prices. you might I
be of interest to our readers and make
:ill bullet the target Is placed closet j
It as attractive! as possible. :and I shall j!
the ship and Is made corresponding-
EIM.HCMOU9Pimples keep on hammering away nt the Expo- J
:,< s:::all.T LiquorsAT
method used for the G pounderi' sition editorially; until it opens; because

.'.'"r small guns LJ slightly differt Cured by H. II. K.-Nottle BELL OF FAX-AMERICAS EXPOSITIO.Y, t am thoroughly' enthused over thesubject'

.\s Instead of the small role fliJia Free to Sufferers Pan-American Exposition for their diet - -- -

I' or dummy cartridge: the same Does your Skin Itch and Burn? t play on a scale never before attempted. Turkish women do not come Into conj j I -- -

I.e! at the regular! cartridge la em- Distressing Eruptions on the !Skin so, To show this interesting collection to trol of their private fortunes until after I

;!"yc.1'. Through the center of this you feel ashamed to be seen in com the best advantage an attractive conservatory warriI I'. After that they can dsp S. A. FRIEDMAN'S

I I--3 cartridge runs a rife barrel pang? Do scabs and Scales form on' has been provided while!! a ')se of oae-third: of It without the bus- ,
t' 'u i js! leaded with a .11 caliber car- museum, as an annex to this will con- : band's consent
: '. This latter method has the ad- the Skin Hair or Scalp? Have you1Eczema taut finished products as well as rare i i i :jU; South Palafox; St., PEXSACOM. .

::' :,tl advantage of giving the gun I ? Skin, Sore and Cracked? and curious articles to illustrate a variety -[ The person who disturbed the congregation .
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practice In loading as well as fir- Rash form on the Skin? Prickling: of features under the head of.t last Sunday by coughing,
.-g Washington! Star. Pain iu the Skin? Boils'? Pimple? 'I 'Foods and TLeir Accessories.! ] i i-I requested to call on a nil get; > I am now receiving daily large shipment* of Imported and Domestic

Rone Pains? Swollen Joints? Falling\ .; "It Is a fact well known to experts'' a bottle of FoleyV HONKY ANI TAK. Wines and Liquor. alo the Finest Bottled and ta-e (it 011.= of all Decrjption -
Hair? All Run Down? Skin" Pal?I In It always gin"s. relief W. A. D'Al- ? : .
exhibition matters that a scattered
Old Sores? Eating Sores? Ulcers? etnberte. ,
M.iny nave lot conrldenet and I i I All these are !' of Eczema : display of special! articles! loses force. -- -- bppcial::' attention (Jinn to mail and city orderFre..:Jdelivtry to any
';"' as well as health, because they j(and symptoms and Poisons the while a condensed exhibit of a line of part of the city. S.ltifaetit'1uuanteeJ!: "r money refunded.V'rite for
: ..ii-r'it their disease in- Impurities I,I things pertaining to a PI'CtUI1C[' Handsomely price )j
kidney wa :i.: Blood. To cure to stay cured take specific subject
.:ahl' FOLEY'S KIDXEY: CtIUj" lt. 15. 15. ( Botanic Blood Balm)I becomes educational. vas the ubi Framed lits.S.

-jtl\'" cure for the discouraged I I which makes the blood pure and i jest Is I to increase the production and) and ready to hang at A. FRIEDMAN
I 'dI- ,. n*olate. Take 1I0oth"r. \\'. '. rich. 15. B. B. will cause the sores I i I promote the consumption: of the things! unit1sually I ,
A !Aii-mberte.' I to heal, itching of eczema to stop called for, much trouble and exiwnsi low prices. Warxton
___ I I3.lt'ltical i forever, the skin' to become clear is justified in making this collection Finch.. 1'. o. BOX 4lti. Telephone l r;'I.I .

Society Attention. i j and tin breath sweet. li. n. H, i is unique and unparalleled. ._ :i I PENSACOLA..
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i just the remedy you have been lookIUH' -
T: tre will be a regular meeting of :i| for. Thoroughly tested for 30 "It is Intended to make the exhibit C. 11. TAYLOR ,,

:.8 IVn-saccla Medical Society at :; years. Onr readers are advised, to( of red peppers the finest and most ex- ; TIME TABLE.
the Hoard of Health office at Sicl'ick ten ive collection ciaileith I
jtryB. B. B. For sale by druggists! > ever the )IA TF.\CTrIER
p.m,Tuesday. nero 11 and :2T!).I J object of demonstrating !
I; at 51 per large bottles (full treatment ; by special exi -
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. AIN
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I-itint; physiclaua are cordially ) f;a. Complete directions with i hibit connected with the 'accessories OF STYLISH...
invited[ to attend. :' each bottle. So sufferer mle"t t of too,!' that! Tan-America can pro- EFFECT.tANI'AITI :r. 10.

J. I'IEKVOXT, :M.: D., ,I IM lit. Address!' BLOOD BALM: CO., duce all the red peppers consumed in .g'" ,- t Ji

l'rp*ident. ; Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble Tan-Auierii-a. Th_ N o.e. I N o.2. ::00.0. I. '0. L
'RI'UI.I'S: :Mi: 'CREAKY.M.D., and Free personal medical advice| It is perhaps ouly known U:4: : ooon It:51 p 111 L 8\'f' Pen a'ol8 A rrl" 4 I:. p In LUI. m
IJi-tf:: to experts that vast quantities of redpcpl 2:15pci i4eulxbt: : Arn\'t. Inruatoll Arrive 1.pm _. tam
Secretary. given.ESTHTE. i Tff. i : H 4:1pm: i i S.am' Arrive' _.OIl/bill Arrive f"'oon: 1":1iniahi
> 'rs are Imported from 1:11(1111''I:1 O S .Ipm iIHalnl Arrive New 'rkaniArrlvr ;.Foam i:15pm
i .\! and Africa every year because lIuolpm 41:10nm Arnn' lontlloll1pr Ani11.1&111 "::lOpm1Il.Iam
Tan-Amtricans ;; .:IOpnl Arrl\' .a-\111.I Arrn" a Ialll ".I lam
are not actively aliveto t':: 5 noon :IIa m Arrlvr 1.ou.'III. Arrive t'IC I pm ,:: a mlytipns
: RET L > their own Interest in this important ,TT. T. T... T : 7tein: m Arra\' (;11'1'1011811I'R\'" i 1.pm-' I1Ulpm
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I Irlm i "I tell you" said the village wit dur- SEW IORX OF Hm DESCIIPIIO!

: In); a serious discussion of life to the 1IS5ollht XO. 1. j.la1l1 No. a. Pen-acola IIIIptn No. Y. ei No.' pm 2'

la R nlal 1 t&t i Uu U I Iwiimi'that t' circle"1 tell of you worthies, a man in Is jut the grocery what he store.eats. Executed in the Highest S)le of the Art 12I"ollht IMOnrn 4O5aut: ): I..154em 9.:5am 7Dant: lI..t'Unl8t bl"l"y Milton Jlrlng- 1"-1.11101$n.lpLn'Jpm 1:57pm r.'Opru 1opm! :

Now, you take a man: who" M C211ed For M Q Detect : T.Ili" lit 11 :15.. m tolanRnnll tl'I IJ III l noon
1:11;; biter J unction ;.:8u m 111\1
found in the South. >:13 a 111 noon p amI
be Medder-
Hill, Interrupted Mr.
can "Say,
:ti p m Tallaha-err ::.4,1 p m ....
grass, "where do you buy all your FREE: OF CHARGE 7:5 p m Jack'onvillr .::\Ia m ___ '.
Et \' XO\V HF.FOHETHF. BIO ADVANCE THAT IS SURE TO COME. ?' Italtimore American.
chestnuts -
WE HAVE BAH - --

CITY AND SUBURBAN.- Many persons have had the experience LODGE DIRECTORY Those Pebley
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J- E. Stillman.: & CO. : "For North years Stratford: I suffered, N, II.,torture who say fromchron'ic : : KIDNEY DISEASESare I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ANi11'enaaColatatgeNo.3.K.orP.

of P1aza.t d indigestion, but Kodol Dys1 .- 0 -
tEast .-
i pepsia Cure made a well man of .. j REAL ESTATE AGENT. ,:.,
the fatal of all dis -
most
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-! me. It digests what yon eat and ia ic meet every Monday even .
certain cure" for dyspepsia and at H at tastlo Kail. BentPtore.ndAllOtnrAcconnteel-
S. GARFIELD & CO. stomach trouble. It relief eases. the Klount- Waisun I..et"d Bid Remittances Made
j i gives at \ third floor When lIt' lrtd. ;
i once even in the worst case, andcan't MONEY CURE III lUng brethren cordially
; rniCVSC 4r Choice Kullding Lots for Salt! and Cottage '
but do '
W.
S. GARFIELD, President; R. H. TURNER, Treasurer; C. H. TURNER, Secretary. help, Sidney good.Kahn, HargisPharmacy John o inirutni RHI.J J. KRI't.ra, and KunineM lloust-h for Nest tt

Sheppard NIC.It.a H. C. C'I Money to Loan en I Improved Heal '

lee Cold Storage and Goal.A' I -- or money refunded. Contains Estate Security. ,

w o. w. t
diotlfingtooFood for our remedies recognized by emi Up-Stairs. Over Cahn', Crocerr Sfore, .1 L

: t patrons, try a "Table De nent physicians as the best for Lire! Oak Camp No. 1 Womlman of the '
ahama cost far domestic purposes to.'H' per ton if ordered prior to Oct. I, Place year -
order at once and tare f 1 a ton. Hote" or d La Carte meal Kidney and Bladder troubles. World. for acceptable Ideas
tint and third Friday In r.
Meet night
OFFICE AND WORKS, COR HAYNE AND WRIGHT STREET for 50 cents at the New PRIG 5Oc. Bbd suo. each month Visiting sovfwqnj ![cordi- m State if patented. < it .y
I, ally invitwl. W. W. VT ATHC S, THEPATENTRECORO
TELEPHONE 83. I Cordova. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. t 8. K.THAMES: Clerk, C.C. 1 Baltimore. a F t JlJ






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:HER RICH AUNT. THE TROTTING RECORD.The I APHORISMS. -

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yearling filly by Directum BUGGIES 1We
There Is no policy Uke politeness. !
4Uth 4. ont of Tuna, 2:12V4. is describedas Maoon.

I Freddie, baptismally named Mary a very fast baby trotter. One today Is worth two tomorrows. 4 j "s" V7 "T"v'M n "< *. _+
Fredt-rioa. had a rich aunt In the city- The new performer Justine M, 2iS, -
Franklin.
at least she haft and Is by 2:21 MY SISTER'S BABY have recently replenished our Stock of Vehicles.
BO always heard- i Clay King. : *. out of Jane R, always the brav- ai.d (t. <. .
The best hearts are
Then the poor stepmother who had done 2:2G}., by Alden Goldsmith. est.Sterne.An I Assortment includingTwjis

Jer best to fill the vacant mother's place There is a fast green brother to Free is fullof
My baby abounding Is the noblest work of i iGod.
honest
s to her drifted into the grave aid there Bond, 2.-0-1&; pacing, to wagon, ownedin man
(
Soweys Baggies
r ."was no sheltering home left her foot Canada. lie is called Joe Leiter. life and sister's -Pope. flagons, EtC. -.
joy ; my boy is Every noble work Is at first Impossi- ,
turned
steps naturaTly to Uranbury It is reported that fled Will the Iii

Place. 3-year-old colt by Ited Wilkes out of.Nancy a thing. ble.-Carlyle. In Great Variety of Style at the VERY LOWEST PRII. .
puny Is the soul of goodness.J. .
Faithfulness
"I've alwaj-g heard that Aunt Jaycox
dam of
Lee Nancy flanks, 2:04
was Tery eccentric" thought Freddie has trotted a trial in .:30. The difference is S. White Full Line of Harness to Suit each Vehicle
:
"and perhaps that is the reason she has W. W Bair, widely known as the my babyis In noble souls valor does not wait for

never answered any of my letters ortaken gentleman who trained and drove healthy. He takes his fill years.-Cornellle. \-See our Stick-Seat Open Driving

the slightest notice of me." Maud S to her record of 2KXSi, is work- I Conduct Is three-fourths of llfe.-1 Wagon.. J Ji 9 9iuhllit,1IIt

As she walked;; along, looking wistfully ing in store in Philadelphia and sleeps ; and he Matthew Arnold.
ia this direction and that, a second grows. -
young Truth needs color beauty no
The pacer Connor during his turf career I no pen

girl coming from the opposite point of has won 43 out of the 79 races in My sister's boy gets fully as I cil.- bl1kcspenre.I .
the also with i } &
compass a traveling Lag loljitson Son.
which he has started and has paced I Humility is the true cure for many a
and ,shawl over her arm, accosted her
timidly! and trotted 130 heats in standard time. hungry, he cries with hunger ; I. needless heartache.Montague.To .
; John is give up interest for duty Is the alphabet -
Massey wintering a great
THE BIG
"Can tell where STORE.
you me Granbury then cries I think it be of morals.-James Illnton.
j' Place is?" she asked. green trotter at Independence, la. Hela must I '
; by Keeler, 2:13J. dam by Astell. [, While we are considering where to ,Ii ro -
Freddie stool still in amazement"The
very question I was about to ask 2:12 and worked a mile at Ileadville from weakness ; his food is a I i begin It Is often too late to act-Qain- i[ "THE FAVORITE"

;you" said t>he.'I last August in ::113;' tlllau. _

am a stranger in the city" said the Sam Earing has in training at Bethlehem burden to him.Scott's .

first ;young girl, coloring painfully. Pa., a 3-year-old filly by Prose IMannlng a Redaction. j and Provision
23; cent of the textile workers Grocery Store
'".\n.) so am I." that has paced miles around 2:20 and. emulsion of cod-liver I Tully per ;
"And I was looking for aa old lady I of Philadelphia are out of work by J ,
a 3-year-old Ora 'Wilkes trotter that
called J areos." oil will set that little I the total or partial: closing of many of I i
has shown miles below 2:30.'A poor boyin
"So was I," said Freddie i till mills in that city, and about 23 percent C. H. GONZALEZ & SON

"1 am her niece." fast green pacer held over for 1001 the of more are only working part time.The ,

"Well, this grows stranger and stran- by Online (4), ail: out of I'' way being as good as manufacturers claim that the stagnation : tat.1'nleafoa i : -;. I'hoirrI '
ger!" cried Freddie. "}>o am I, but I the dam of Be Sure ((4), 2OCi. lIe is !.!U2.
his is incident to the presidential : .
cousin.
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--
dldn t know 1 had any cousins. Come, owned by II. Conklyn Springfield 0., I

let us go together and look for the place. and showed a 2-year-old trial In 2:10. We'll send you a little to try.if you like. j campaign. The men however assert i The Best Selected Stock of Choice' GooiK
It can't be far off." SCOTT & BOWNE, | that it I Is a starting out process preparatory I
: I'earlstrcet. New Vorliof
409
Neither One of the fastest 2-year-olJs of mOo to a general reduction in .
vas it, a dreary looking house wages.C |
of red brick, and a sour loj ing old w oman is My Star, by Wllbtar. .:lj'/_, son of ---- ------ ,! =])omcstfr and Imported, ill tin- <<< it\ .
who hobblotl un\riict.r to answer I' 1 Robert McGregor.; This colt made n Ct'Dt'llt. Labor I'nlons. ,I I .
the jangling summons of the bell admitted half mile record at Ruslnillo, Ind., of It U strange that we do not see the ;>LD and but cough the cures are nuraerj I; DELICATESSEN IN INFINITE VARIim .
'I j ous, one that leads all :!,
not without hesitation that :Mrs.Jaycos liOS'.i: and has shown a full mile lu absolute necessity of centralization of ethers in merit, is FOLEY'S HONEY :r rAND Everything: Suitable or Necessary for Holiday FilII
lived there. _:19.: labor. It Is necessary on account of TAR, which is in great demand :'
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"My mistress don't see much company The stable of Senator John McCarthy the orgnuizatlr.n! of capital. The organization these DAYS. W. A. D'Alemberte. :: -- -- -
these Jays," she rail acidly. i i i"Hut of ,
Iof (capital Is r.ot nn experimentany
i New York made 39 Etarta. won IS
her .
we are relations pleaded I i 1) second 2 thirds and 1 longer. Iu the matter of labor organizations -- ----- --- ----- ,
Clarn. "We have come a long way to races moneys Christmas Goods !
nee her." I i I fourth 1 and divided third and fourthI this: country is oO years behind THE

The oM woman showed them into a I I j I once The winnIng of the string! Ellllmd.l'H'r in the history of :

musty t-tncllin room where a gray garret j i amounted to $15.1f,1). the world was there a system of labor Pen acola Coe
clauej its way slowly up anal down so grinding as In England at the closeof I Tailorin -.\ '_oic

tho tin side of its cage, watching the I LAW POINTS. the eightmitli! century. Graduallythere I D
unwonted visitorswith blinking yellow I came about a reversal of things 1 i 137 East Intemlencia Street. '' (
eyes. .\. minute afterward the opposite POSTOLE'St ::-
although economists prominent I e
among
Assessment
for grading an alley based
'I
floor and
opened a crooked clfliko olJ solely on the cost of the woik in front of whom was John Stuart Mill told the : Suits Overcoats Trousers Martintoslies 216 south
:woman .stood before thorn dressed in f i ; ; Palafox-Opposite PostoRlcp.
the abutting lots without regard to benefits workinffme.u that there was no use In !
faded black sir! w ith a string ot ROM ,
j and apportioned by the front foot i organizing. But the workinyniea: of Etc Mate( to Drier :
;beads around her neck and her pray hair I j ; ; s, Fine Fruits, Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Etc.,
"dressed in antique fashion-on a cushion is held in KrI'ttl'n"l'I"SI1J! Milwaukee, 43 England did organize and today they I
A on the: top of her henJ. j!, L. Ii. A. sn: to be arbitrary and void. are better fed receive higher wages Fight ZZoro in Tovvn. AND ALL KINDS OF HOLIDAY GOODS.;

r.oth girls arose at once. The olJ lady Allowing: attorney's fees in addition to and work half ns many hours a day as ALSO !; Chocolate Drops, 20 cpnn a pound. Jelly Gum Drop i'"i ..<.:>' .
eyed thorn keenly. I costs to successful lien claimants is held they did at the close of the eighteenth Marsh Mallows, :25; cents a pound.
"Oh." said she, "you are my nieces. in Davidson versus Jennings; (Colorado), '
i I The the
century. higher degree of labor CLEANIN&DYEIN&&REPAIEIN&
I
This," with a motion of her gold headed j j 43 L. It. A. 340, to be ia violation of the I organization the more quickly will I ;SEE OUR STOCK BEFORE YOU BUY

cane h the direction of the little country i j 1 provision of the bill of rights that courts i iAll .
the of the conflict}! between !
problem - -- -
if rl.his Frederica and that is Clara |i 'shall be open to every person and that work Guaranteed First-Class.
, You hate come fortune huntinit." j Iunt. i 'right and justice shall bo administered capital and 1llJolJe solved.-Professor i i "The

".\ ." hotly interrupted Clara "you {II j without sale, denial or delay Walter. Wyckoff. I Opposite Mernwether's. Old. Reliable'

are mistaken. I want to earn my on I i! An owner of a city lot is held in Car- ------ -

i living and I thought you could help us to I'j j 'land versus .\urin (Tennessee), 4S L. it. FOR PNEUMONIA.Dr. ,' >f J. M. HOWELL >cralUfal'tur'r "

some nay of U'iug! iinU-penJcijt. I j A. SI"-, to be subject to the same rue! I C. J. ISiihop, A-n.-, Mich., i I OPERA HOUSE ,
rT "Oh!" said the !lady! with a sinister i which ;!nvernsrural", property by which he I say : "I have used; FOLKV'S HONEY'

" grin. "That's it. oh? AnJ you?" turu- | i is denied the right. to till in or rlieth AXI T.vu In three very severe cases --._._ -,, _. of
---- ------
Iw\ inc to rreiMie. : !surface so as to prevent the natural flow |.of pneumonia with good results in''

f, "I have no Lome left, aunt said Freddie | of surface water upon it from the higher I every case. There is nothing so One Popular Week VEHICLES OF ALL kIN ]1))' ,
fiuIly.hI came to you because yon i ground of an adjoining owner. I ood. W. A.D'AIembsrte.

are my father's ittcT." | --- .- .- - -- COMMENCING FROM A LOU CART TO A RACING SULKY.Fnetory .
".\11,1 you thought I kept a fri-e orphan I

ti J "Well nsyliru, th?" sneered Mrs. Jaycox. II The Best Plaster.A I If you;ooj have collateral any mouey security to loan, or first upon ';, :MONDAY, DEC. ::3Jlatiaeo noel 1511101 8 oat GR1'clon: r3tt e ,
you're here, and I rail well '
very
4
: of ilanntl !
with '
I piece dampened i REAR OF MASONIC TEMPLE. THOXE: .
Oil send yon away. You can stay all!! night; !I j i isn.l Chamberlain's-: Balm and bound I corre-spond 1 Saturday.
;i I'll turn your cases over in uy mind. : to the effected is : New Work h- Earned for .
Lois." parts *upeior to & Co., who will attend to :game: L'Ms ; my tJtu'ishinent: \ I : \
i'J I any pb-ter. Wl.pn troubled with I I for you i Excelled by None
N The onr !oo!.in; servant appeared. lame back or in the s-iJe withcuteharge.- : Pr Executed in the Rest .,
- "Shiiw these I paim or Peruclii-Beldeni !"R"pairiiir? ">mr.tiy and ?>! > 1. i :
young ladies to a room.
chest it trial and :Manr.fr.J .
give a : you are certain I
Give "em
tJ water "nnd towel* to remove I to be more than pleased with Who J Horseshoeiu;:-. by an Expert with the Ie.t Mut-n d-! !
the dust of travel. that can't
41 I I j says you
the prompt relief which it ailoriN. COl'YII'ANIr: Specialty.
,1"1 I two And this was all! the welcome that the !It i ]Pain Balm al=o cures rheumatism. get a first class meal in nrestaurant (1 Incorj orated.) W Rubbtr Tire of ti: ? let! Quality at Lowest R.itf-.
orphans receivetLThe
young! 'lone
application gives relief. For: 1 .
j. in ---- -
J next mornintr. while Clara and, I! "ale hy Hannah liroand all medicine Pensacola. Leasers ia McJera Eepsilsire.Specialties ,

I! Lois Freddie made were her yet appearairo.\vrait in dreams, oM i:j dealers. Try one at The Jcw Cordova ,; will be Introduced be- CHA.8. E. NASH, .I :'!.<.!.} zGOLAY. : .

l "It is not (J o'clock yet:" cried Clara j and l>e convinced; twten the acts by Ei rc-HER AND GKEEN Onix LK,
j sleepily! rubbing bt r '. '] New < IX. i .
eye! > IM HO cads.PBOIESGIOHAL '
, only i iijarnert.overnnrent Grist: and Cornw jSe ?.
"It i i.sn't time to get up yet. surely" :j Latest styles of Paper and Envel- 5=The Picket Holifleld'- Old Ff.nd Ci. "

tic' pleaded Freddie, who had all a young i i opp\. I and Ryb! .;. .te't. !f
.I: clrl's im-Hnstiuii! to st-f'J. !I"No. Best quality of Tablets for school OA !3, CHCLSO D. PERUCHI Teli'phoui-. F. GOJIZALEZ& ';O.. PCIlOICKMKAIjAMll1 -" ., <.-
I ." said Lois; "bat it is my mi.-tress. !1 1 u=; p, or Inr correspondence. I : i I
l 11- She's taken ill: sadden and she wants to i School :Supplies, Pens, Pencils, The Greatest: Acrobatic Comedian on the ih. i Man'b':Jr.. .

!'", knowhiih one of the" young misses will '' ]Inkwells, l.lotter! Desk-pads, Cap fT\arGellus\ ffeCreary\ ; :i American stage, and I ; It r.l. <,II' ''
come and nurse Ler. M. WILLIAM ?
,I: | and Bill I'.lper.Bl.iukboOkS. .BABY ,
'J i1'' "What'* the matter?" sail Clara, still: Letter and Kill BL7 NCHE, STUCK FJ.lI

.in rubbing her eyelids. j I 1 ]Files, Collector'Tiles, Paper Clip.. Physician! End Snrgron.l THE GREAT CHILD ARTIST.: COM rRACTOR AHQ BUILDER Patronixe Hora Ind-'f\'. 1.
I "We dor'n't know exact, said Lois I
i Hand-carved Panes, Bill Hooks, every reason you should i>uj s'' .. \1.
r mYFtl.'ri"I i.ly.I "I hope to goodness it j' &c., &c. C. V. THOMSON, l'slol n'p ItVest LuKua.. Htock Feed fiom the ilonn Mi.
ain't I Telephone No. Cil.Ofllre Scats on seta at Coe'a Bookstore. for by so doing you tnfioirti..' it
but
uialpox. I'm
dreadful Estimates
>
lr afeare. 1! No. SO 8. Palafox titreet. I'Alomtrte Building, ll'J'i! bout ___ __ Promptly Funu-hed onBaildrirgs 1 try. Your money ia .felt I"i !!., -
it !is. h
I. ; falatox Street. Phone "74. of All Kind and you in turn are iml.r. : '.
.
ir$ "Jrr.alpoClara! cave one quick| ONE NIGHT, In fostering the home 11I\1/111..
Il' look into the glass! at her dimpled cheeks : contribute to the causi'of hit;" '
|
t : j T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD CLOTHES. i it to the!comutuatty in wui<"1wbieh '.' :
r and tIIti'lmooth f-kin. (fit. my gracious ; Tuesday, Dec. 11th.RETURN contributes.'ou, vjt;,..rt:
ti Freddie, just hand me my traveling j n 11 ]:ring them to me and I will make them as good as "'W.THE -- WEEKLY: I CTIE M;LL
I.ag. We must set out of this house I It !
U VISIT TO THIS CITY FOR STEAM DIVISION W. T. GORDON & CO
t as "(>
' c; and Fre-Mie going ia..too.1 her fresh silent,face.the color coming U l'L' SuiTs N flfl PATS B4DE JO Ql\HEf[ OF OF THAT HOYT'S FAVORITE/ SUCCESSES OF ALL ,PEXSACOLA I';LECTUICTlIIiMIA'AlUAILWAY Real Estate act Snort Tini! L-: ::


lii "Clara'" mid she pleadingly "ought LOWEST PRICES! :- BEST WORKMANSHIP. C0311>A .\ ..
w to ::0: '!. 8PfGlAlAIHUI01! GiHN 10 COl1T""
)t i.. --=. -'- ....... Trains leave! Pensaccla for the Lath
"Ouslt we? I should I'll'thl.re was no Cleaning, Dying, Repairing and Renovating Done on Short Notice. i :-- ----- ---- -- '- --- -iayou., Big Rayon, W arilagtoa, :'%vj Yard
'i: question on the subjwt said Clara hurriedly acd Port barrancas at 109 East Government $t< ''" .

i It fastening the buttons of her boots. | ftr ii.nii .. .. .. 7 3l&.rQ: '
M Freddie turned to the servant. F. D. BENJAMIN T's Ia.m."rrvl\st Fort Y.ouraJcna 7uo a.m Opera llousiCu ;uti
, ; .'I.. is." sail i 10R'a. m.arrive at Fort Kurraaca- 10.5 a.m1:0)p.m.arrive PENSACOLA.Dyspepsia. I
j "take
' !she me" to my aunt's j l ft BLACK l 8HEEP at Kort Karransae t:4apit --- ----_. --.
1 iIIIH' her -
room. nurse. i 8'W at Fort
I 514 South Palafox Straot p.m. arrive Hurruucs.l:15pm
Opposite Lovy-Pou Co's. !:
"You arc a fo"I! cried Clara tying on fl:15p. m. arrivest Fort star raaca. 7F tOp m
her haL :)! p.m.arrlT(' atrortarratcas 8:4.') p.m
.4 I IP'"Work Called for and Delivered Without Extra Charge..rwF ." Trains leave Fort harranca-i for J'(>DKI-
) 10 not so sure of that! uttered a cola at KodD
shrill voice, and Mrs. Jaycox herself -
appeared 7Va.m.: arrive at Penbacola ':'"> a, rr
in the doorway, failed black: silk t'(.' 7:4. a. m. arrive at ivnsncola H.4) a.n
| -" .. '
"
a I Ore's, cold headed cane, glittering l 'ads< I Inn.l 4.:eeJi ,?. "' <.>..:Q"-.as.w.-wew v". '.,P':'(.a, ..:._7vo_-gap lf'"...;..,.A0,00_"' ,4.c.."_'e_:' _.>?1:','-; ;;_-;_.'../_..>_"J-. j'ry_-.c__'_><.;>_;..e:;.<-() +:1rr. .. With a Far Superior Company thanever 11:2::"IIQ(! p.p. m.m.arrive arrive at at lVueaeola Penescols.:46_ ... lliop.ir p.U>
all. "There's a fool hoinewheie in ,
( before, and the Cast S.IM p m arrive at 1'.n""ol. uJ" pm Cure
dgain
this present comrany. but it ixu't my' :ql 7uup.ru. arrive 1'entaoola:4' p.tr
d niece Fu-'leiira.{ (Jt> jour way, Clara for i iit I ; 'y headed by 'S5p. m. arrive a*. Peasioo.'a: kU p. n
heartleis, time MTUUS minx aal never ) ilWING HOP & CO. *datar&5j8 only.FABB cat

i txt'oct aught from me! Lois and I have I, "Big Bill" DevereTRADERS FOrfWSCK; TIlIA I il'eiiii3olR 'i Digests what you
to Fort Famines": ar.-t: 't'1-!l tferennncoii It
contrived this ; L
bih.ine.s3 as a test of my .., artiQeiallydge; >tHill
to: Navy Yard a l t.-a. 3-'c .
nil" "': humanity and 11I':1I't"n..] we're j jhatKPed. a i'ec!>aola 101'Mnictto Kt>an H: i nLlrJ41tc Nature iu "tl"tuthoHu.g

aren't Wl'. Lois?" i y1{1 :;!n South Palafox Street Pensacola Fla. Si7irjY CUEB-1 '... I|' structlt: the exLauit<'u 0trans.
And old Lois grinniHl barb her acqui- tv. g; ltav Peii'aoa'.a. L7 Fort l'arrancs. I j It is the latest cii <" '.

S t-Sv-et.ce. I s .m. ;o .. n, j ant ::0(1 tonic. :1o (jth." I"'
1 ('lur:. letflrijfsl home that morning; her j KGY ;1 II *. m. I* Ii'. I c"ri approach! It in >_,51, .
nCHIBESE AND JAPANESE( } 1 p. m. p.t. I .
, nuct insistiuc that she should nut even 1Y.4i CCCCy 1 { 1 p. n\ ain (I -tantlyrt1icscYn'lp rn. .'
'; remain to brcakfat. and 1'rrilerica staidas 8 p. ia 11.x. : Jadit., .' r.. !i.
y Mrs.I .1:1 'COX'1I adopted daughter and I JJ&{ Imported Fire Crackers and All Kinds of Firework! Cliri-tma f i.f:] 4 j p. n p !I:. I I j i Flatulence, Sour S'oi,. 'I.>

II dariins. j K'\\ XoveltIeLarge Flower'ace i', Parisian Table Covers KJ RYE. 5 p. ri. a p.m. Sick Headache, Ga-'r.; V '
.
1\ a p.m. r :4.
:Nor ,!'id she\ ever repent it. Mrs. Jay I II j jla in Colored Silk. KinbroiJered in GolJ. Give r s a Call. r a:lt : YARLronE! JAY { j allotherresuU, LI.r; [ .f

I e cos was like a winter apple-hurl and j: t .k--. ..,.__. ,_.. _,....o ._.__ .. ,_ ._. ........ .. ._ ,\f+ I I .....n'.cela to ltartuci, I'rtreaec.andl!. Lart- -.7. or,'
.. .. art svy ,
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vigil to outward appearance, but sweet j .ft..h.: . 'I'h.< "A'v- '" .. ._. ," ". '. .-.."" _... '.-... ...'' ....,'.. ....,,, .. ') lard ..111 rrtvulzht ID.._ . .. :6C >u.ls: zc.Hrult.ltl1tl'v .
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at tl." ('ort.11'] when Ire years suitMiieaty. | '-- J. ; I---; :;:.:..-;.'::.,... Vi s paraalec t Irc rdy3PVP ?'euacot ;O PWtcetLD B"aJ: arc.tc.R I :?:'repon'c! toy S. C. ac'AITT G '-

she died and h.ft.11 her fortune "" __._ .. ___' .. 1.cNo 11 trtt1PI artracj.' J< .
.
i to Freddie Carstono the :girl; {pIt. Ii WHISKY' t 10 uS 1ES
that the had lost a real l rri..nJ.t.::- I


change. Fine I.iarn. >: Selling (Jut Best Vtislj cfferei> i in i HEItiDERG I 31.1CI.\ I I i r tvn CHICHiaTEH'L{ YYf Y D "',Lt.1. J' (. '": ,

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When purchasing linen handkerchiefs.: any city I fcr[ 1 t&3 Honey, '- It., ? ,
II it I is well t>> remember' that pure limn II ... i .' ;;:Ii. ( !,U. Ii I ; It
I'r'r I I
"rt. :
may lie very readily: recognized by moistening 1 My Entire Stock of We! tandlfl; 1 thi5 Wthly ,tinfi'. i I D + r. L!Li R'r.i !I Ii! "di j I ir.:. ... .,\ ; '" ,. ,, ... ,
the tip of tie finger and drawingthe : H ;; r. \ / ,: .. ,
fabric it. Linen: will: immedL rn .w ..:.._ ,: .< \'Jt k "
over )}! CI'- .'. ,. .
e. I
ately show the moisture through its hf EKfb 1 F In Quads, $1-00 per qt. --- ., : t .,..",. ,

meshes, while cotton will absorb it. i, i iTJnWaU; HJJ; HAT ", PnlafosPensacola St't.., I -.

In Bulk $3.00 per gal. .,
The VTavte of Coal. THE VEKY EicrL
: :
I About one-tenth of the coal yielded 1,your ------- -- --- -

mines is consumed for domestic purposes LOWEST CASH PRICES. !
TRY IT &
v=
and it is computed that not more : I for acceptable ideas. The3?tiny C n'3! U" .

than about 1 per cent of what is so consumed It will be to your Interest to Call Early ?o a* to Get First Pick. State If patented. i to Balsam of (.' .paii-a.r
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is used 1'ouctiiially. The rest is I m THE PATENT Obrla and tject "i % Ip, '

cost in waste Century heat I smoke:..-view.and ahes.tinete..nth .- I, J. ]\PFEIFFER JACOB KKYGER, ,Baltimore( RECORD, Ml I They corciii43 -unti. } 1
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same 'Jticas s witlic rt a' I Is
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THE DAILY NEWS; PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8,1900. 11
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ojE -tip' I WORD j|I TRUE STORY FUNERAL OF THE IN ARIZONA.I FIRST MASONIC. $2000 IN CASH FREE ;



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lilne prominent I i and AVa"N Completed 11
po-' Intil the
i- ttlary fl.MWjrritr. Sun
.t bome-loving wife. i 1 Peeped Over the IlilU.
Mo. : The JCHANCE OF A :
: following true narrative the LFETEMi"J i i'i

1.-1). first Masonic burial
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In
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.'1 \ . .. ....n.. ...._ Arizona as related -
to me by old 'l
: you newt money! my friend Colonel 0'0'0'0
'I .\ ai..y amount you want ji j 11I.. Williams: of Cairo, Ills., will t
i '." and lowi-st rates doubtless!
..II improved city real ;1 Interest your readers. I give Last January February and March it-will be remembered we advertised what was at that tame: considered one of the b ;:g1 contents ever pub'.L-bed! The first prize

.' r. '>I'J South:: In-tf I'ala. i lit. as. nearly as possible, in his own was Madden nothing more nor less than. fS a week for life, or an annuity of 5250 a lear in advance. Mr. A W. Madden of 1ihiilipsb.ig.: N' J., was declared the winner and as Mr.
!
I preferred the
: annuity of $-5 a in advance, a certified check for the said amount was promptly forwarded to him Just| stop and think for a mom- It what a
\X ON .'EUoOS.-\L I! In 1SCO I was in Arizona as super- !' niTiT.prize thIs was. It meant that as long as Mr. Madden lived he would receive from us every year on the first day of May $:50 in cash. As Mi Madden is only :7 years

M\1 in, .\. .\. Kisber, Fisher i j I IHOKKOW intendent of the St. Louis Mining company has The a good many years before him in which to t'noy: his good fortune.

i -t. Jilt located. on tie San Pedro river, a next contest w e ad;trus.ed cloyed October 5, -joo, and the cash prizes were awarded to the following parties:

i II' !your property MONEY, pro- i I.s.Jor.Istrnep.known west of what Is now Mrs. J, S. Puncher, Umstead, Syvaaee Co., Fia./ Five Hundred! Dollars in Cash. Geo. C. Cone, Jr., Una, Davidson Co., Tea, Two Hundred Dollars in Cask

i boy or sell real es- of fort fls Tombstone and 40 miles east Mrs. B'Shtnvood' Colon, St. Joe Co., Mich.:1; M. Scliw artr Chesterfield Conn.,$:}; 1 f. R. Selleck Elkton. Huron Co., Mich.,$i 2.50; Mrs. A. II. Grainger Ind.pend-
description I
v to.s taxes attended haver to, ,j On I'uchanan. once uaselton, Autaupa Co., Ala., SI:.jo; L. J. Garmon, Hillsboro Hill: Co., Texas; July Culey, Phelps, Lawrence Co., Mo; Mary Booth, New burgh, Orange/ Co., N. Y ,Mary Mareil,
i "*. l'. Watson A Co. one occasion I made a visit to the 'II Ohio; A. J. Lowry, Traaly, Minn; R. E. Hart. Searcy, Aik; Mrs. Kate Lee. 20 So. 9th( St.. Minneapolis Minn ; Carrie Henderson, Davis Creek California; Leroy

n. -.miico agents, fensa- jFanta I I Kita mines, located in another Loveless, Kockpomt, Jackson Co., Oregon; Miss I. R. lurbank, Lowell, Mass.; Mrs. M. McDonald. Stony Creek 1'. y.; J. S. Rodkey, Jefferson Pa.; M. C. M Farlane: Bertram : -

,. i.':derate.' we will To lend everyone money j ji part of the territory. These were manI I l'Artlnnri, Lurnet Co.., Texas; E. M. Henderson, I'ula-ki, Orange Co.. N. Y.; Lavina C. Sprague Clear Lake, Cerro C.ordo Co., Iowa; Mrs. II. B. Thompson 107 Lancaster ::;t.,

: i a ''."use. Jwl-tf I Iv jaged I: by Cincinnati parties! and were i' Maine May Henry, Grover, Bradford: Co", ra; Mrs. aura Thompson, !:ox 3otS, Fads Station, Ont.. Canada; Louisa Miles, Dttby, Ind.; Mrs. L. O. Murphy, \\est
known as the Ileintzleinan mines. I I Liberty lremen, Iowa; Mrs. May Bush, nela\\are, Olio: S. Mooney, Elderton I'a; Mrs. E. C. Dearing :\lagnolia.l.a.j; Mrs. K. Hughes, Crystal Sprir.gs, Miss.; Annie Crawford, '
K ,
-oit iti ::-VI'. When I arrived there and introduced i Union Co., y ; Alonzo Pcnno1ck, Norwich, \1.; Mos. W. W. \ichols. Marion Comets, Erie Co., N. Y.; Mrs. JIal Long Settee, Meigs Co., Tenn; Joseph Rogers, Poortith P 0.,
N. C. Ikmi1a!
I. ; Johnson, Vancouver B.: C., Canada, $3.34 each.
,, ry dwelling. seven myself! as none of had
% us ever met be-
| Now if ou were so foolish as to ignore advertisement would! adz i"c overlook this for
L""i' '11th.ppl)' toe'. It. } our previous we certainly yon not to c c
r ,. i inleii_ttret. t. tlTtti fore, I was greeted with that cordialhospitality without a doubt this is the opportunity of your life, for }ou have not only a chance to win an income of $300 a year for life, but aio to

,,: dwelling, corner I known only to those who : L A f A R win a large amount of ready ca>h. We want > ou to read this over \ ery carefully for it does not cost you one cent. One

I ":'oiitt trt"'H.ppIY : have lived on the frontier or in mining (Ii of these contests is, we believe, a very hard one, in fact so hard that it cannot be solved in a minute, nor an hour but is going; to tat jour

1 youth 1'ulafox utreet.'ivd II i camps by Mr. II. C. '(:rosyenor of Cincinnati brains and take considerable! of jour time. However do not give it up. for it can be solud and)just think of the reward We Mill give;

twltw I the superintendent, with two i M E 0 y $2,000 in cash for the correct answer. In the block square to the K ft we have printed 16 jumbltd letter which we want }ou to

'. '.''' :.! r',om at ll'J'ft : ''|'others who occupied: positions at the i try and arrange. These jumbled letters when properly arranged will spell the names tf thae large cities in the world. One city b. mg located
1. r. near 1'alnfox.I' mines. in the United States, one in South America and one in Eoiope. In making the names of these three cites the letters can 01 :} b-. used a,.
;;&'<1' I Irs P S W K many rims a;, they appear a-td ro letter can be used which dots not appear.Chrn you have found the this e correct name jou will
One of thl''e.Ir.. 1. T. :Mason I
\ -'" cottn'e con- I have ed e\ .IY I later in thefcixuun as many times as it appears. If you cannot tnd the three! correct rames but find only two you will
'1 .' ; i 1.mSItD.Jkltelu'n.1 I found seriously! indisposed; the other I receive a spctial pure worth < J. I\L-mt.r Ure\enif you find only two covet t names you will have the tame chance to win the in .,me Ie" life
.
->' ', t.Mi one'. I. U.NCiirntt.door from I';' sent to Tort ItucLai.an to bring Dr. J. I R I N or one of the big ca>h prizes m. boned in the second: half of tins advcrti-sement. if you send in your answer at once we are quit

!!'Itlm' i:'It D. Irwin surgeon at the post 1 sure you w ill net be disappointed. Someone is going to win the money and it may be you. Anyway, it does not cost you any

__ then devoted my time to the sick; man, money to try and if joit are a successful contestant there is only one caom tin ,id
\ i .i gal oottage, corner (' which we will write you as soon as an-\\tr is received. This! i U the hardest .
jour
can advertised
.iri-ft uli'tfi 'who was 1 growing[ ) more fVi-ble each we truthfully say very pu//e ever get out your eec :;!:.i\ as
j. -- ._ (hour. He t..ld me If he died he \\ :I.t.dto orency-lopeciia and look for tl.-e:. tiirt-ut-! Th- ..ma nrni.saru kno-\n only to the pr.id nt cf this company .ii.d !I.- p("i.aie Mcretan. The win .1!, ".. > ,''1tm li.e!
-- >i.-irable, store on |i thne nam,;,. has beenv, sled and d-1!,,..,r. d \t,itil: a 1.! .au..;,: S.ife lKi -it lo. m I I':.otoa and will n. t be <'plnd until the d.l iy .iftr tl..- c )iitcst dos\ <',. 1'1.! :,. w. h' I' .'.c

I i. N .- '.' .south 1'lIlRlllx be buried with :Masonic honors only hon" t way of c iiidurtmg a ,,)1'I.. is: c-.f-.n:>e will h.cv an i.r, :.il dram! :. Jnt let'I'ent.,1, n\r'lt.InOnef"rr.'t\ : t.s wer \ht i I I. (iul.nb"lm' I
> I had "tried" him and found him
\* III. Kisher, 2ii'! .is to who hate answered thisad\trtiseni'nt t I.. all as a committee to uwd ti c ca.h pro rata They ts.'i! '_ mutt d\ to conto llo: -ton at I' ir expense: and be o lir L-U '- 1\ m
11n-tl I It i I. l.c: a bright: third degree :\ll1i! l1. I this city. Retake this unusual nvth..d .t s :vcting a t .imn itt, to-. \\ oar !;'.rd faith as we want to treat all In the toiu-t, n nner pi ,,:! !e. The commitu w II 1 d

.. .. '.. furnished ',, promised to do all 1 could to carry out from among the contestants ten days'." .. the cnntl -t d! -s. J.I :.irvo.. rent, and you may be asked but not compel; d to uU as one of the committee li.. dd. :j
\ \us rounis
1} ur Rentlemen. I'all'!; his request lie died before morning! the Two Thousand Dollars in Cash wu w Jl site yuu.ur otl i,. .uit> w win
I
'
olltt !|, nUt} the messe-nf.rr::; sent for the doctor

furnished had not returned and it was uncertain
nxiiiH ,,
I t- H "! her inodera imier : as to when, if ever he might return.
..J : Wright andlil1l1n' i $300 A YEAR FOR LIFE FREE
,J i: As in those days there were not over
'
--- : 1' CT Americans; in the territory outside
!'-o\l..I !
_. i i I of the troops, the taking of life by the '

!l r ",-.in i' .Itfurnlture I Apply( at S2,.1:00185 dolt West j I i emergency Indians was it daily devolved! expected.upon me In to this arrange I 9 CASH PRIZES OF $250 EACH FREE 58 CASH PRIZES OF $25 EACH FREE


; fur the: burial of our friend. I
.
v ,' o. at head of Little
t' 'i.f acre land. 1 the'It sent peon messengers;:: to Tubac and WITHOUT LABOR OR EXPENSE.We .

Aii.-rta,.rooutnil reach house treesM large> ''other places! where Americans were are going to give to someone who has entered tins contest:: and who the committee> -- selected from, the contestants, and you yourself mbht: : .osen Ii)
,
/11r lar.d uu'ter !tno,1 wire' known to be to come to my nit!. complies with our easy conditions an opportunity to win and se:ure from us decide who the winners are.

i ,\ seated. I', tiiile. from During the day I selected beautiful without any labor or expense: on their part, Three Hundred Dollars every }ear Do throw this aside
v s -a5. J.C. Carter at L. triedI I IM contest and say, Oh, pshaw I 11 have answered purges
spot overshadow ed by a large mesquite during their natural life. We mean just w hat we If ou are the lucky
mint' say. J before and never got anything! ; for if you do you will regret it as long as you I live
tree and there had a very deep grave one, and we hope you are, for some one will get it, we will send the Some one is going to win the money and it may be you no one can tell. Anyway it

f r !- :r r I... :11'"''a''UHht y terms desirable, by the lots Fisher in dug, as In that country the coyote !Is a winner every year during their natural life $loo cash in ad'anceow.: in does not cost y ou one cent as we do not want any money: from you. Are the

.. s:' A
Iualm If not laid deep In the ground. prizes Of $250 each and fifty-eight cash prizes Of $25 in the following man* ktep one from the poorhouse and to tho who have a small income it will supply
-- - -- corpse nun We will give $250 to one residing in the New England States which consist
party
them with many a necessity which one has to do without in these hard times.
while I
done
\Ial.- Help \\'unt..I. This work was by peons, of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island! and
.c nn.ech.
Do know of firm in the world! that has made such liberal offers such
stood guard to keep the Indians from you any m\
Itllll ; cut $250 to one party residing in the Middle: States which consi-t of New York,
Ui u'' i-i factories and'i fair ? Of and have '
a manner course we are to no xssuranc i icept
Mrangi-rs lUll jou
r : Ira.'.- offer linn on (coin to .\t surprising us. New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Mainland and District of Columbia. $250 to
: word that out the we make. If 1 ha\e
our we are nanciallyto promise s'
a;: i 11011.:01.ew York. It"IV'V I'.y midnight: the messengers I had one party residing; in the Central States which consist of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Mich carry
the least doubt, we would be pleased to .. 0.1 utherlrad.trett's
sent out commenced returning with i ian and Wisconsin. $250 to one party residing in the Western States which consist
Dun's Mercantile banker
w '
,
-N'I' l' or Agt in or our
,. _. ---- the few who could come with them. I of Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, and North and South Dakota. y
i aimlile, reliable person In those who arrived two $250 to one party residing in the Southern States which consist of \ rgir.ia'e t We are a responsible company with a paid-up capital of One Hundred
II S itt to represent large com found among; ;,' Virginia, North Carolina Z South Carolina, Georgia/ Alabama, Florida, Mississippi. Tennessee Thousand Dollars composed of well-known business men, and our sole object) ingiing
.aueial reputationi4: &11a or three Masons, who like; myself J'i and S. in the Southwestern c.'tatl""II'leh away such large cash prizes U to advert'our business and we will Rave I noconsist
Kentucky. to one
250 residing
party '
!
: -:. usable iud all weekly expenses; $;:.1 straight.per day were "rusty" !in the Masonic burial of Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexuo and Arizona. $250 stone unturned to accomplish, by honest methods only I our objttt.Everyone .

rialary, no Com I111islon: ritual. We opened the trunk of the to one party residing in the Rocky Mountain which con'-tot of Ior.tana.0. interim, this contest will'!I receive honest treatment, and I I'ou n i Have
i 'I Saturday sod expense deceased, !hoping to find something to the ch'ani whether h\c California: Mexico Canada or Ma....achu-ett! -
in ,
i : i : each week. Standard ming, Colorado, Idaho and Utah. $250 to one party residing:: in the Pacific Coast same you : > .

-- .v I'', 4tdtng, Cblcao, tJ:1Ut.1 guide us in fulfilling his last request States which con"i>t of California, Nevada, Oregon: and Washington, and $250 to one distance makes no difference. f
The only thiug discovered was anEpiscopal When you have carefully arranged the ;jumbled letters: into the thn names t
\ S "iIi..died culore'l man wants party residing in the Dominion of Canada, and that U not a.l. ff'lr'e will give to one .
which think right, send answer to u< at once and imliv-o .' .' for
are (I'
1 The you
ritual following your
a-'mter.iHjrUT. or conk. hrrAgency. persons party residing in each State and Territory in the United Slates ai:d in cacti l province of
.
..i, .: -'Tnlia the funeral Dr. : repljWithin a few da\; jou will cone an answ er telling you writ'1" '-"i re a
composed cortege! : ; the Dominion cf Canada a ca. h prize of $25 .
: successful t ontestant and we will al-os-nd vou full particulars i" jriliif !: (.n other
.'
H'A.NHAH kinds ot C. H. Hughes 1. IIowlrd'I'lI-, William
empty quart ; We mean jast what we You have an opportunity to win and secure from without laU/
,
H 'Lniy! iioules. a. A. KHIEDMAN.'Il'Kroi I say. conte.tlht.rehy you can win for one momttr's thought mj : or. ipense
::TlfANTKDollbeer S. Omy. II. C. Grosvenor. Colonel j us, without any labor or one cm t of expense on*)'our part, any of the above named either $Joo a year for life or a large uh prize Do not delay as th:- advem:- lit

Titus. S. Warner and myself.I prizes. There is positively no deception, and as for trickery, how can there be, when Uscment will:! not appear in this publication! again: Address us this wa\
: tUe1: at Van1J'1 \ had dt'termimd to bury the body !

lystftalc i i:1t night in the darkness! having no I' The Bernard-Richards Co.,Ltd., M Wharf and Broad Streets, Boston, Mass.

). II.-lp \"nlll..I. light except a candle in one e>f the old

I4hy ; time perforated tin lanterns: by whichI > .
C'v t : n'.ti-dtosell our : -
,
could read the ice.
5' \\ mleinle and retail trade. sen
I i't. and only nianutacturi i 1! After lowering the body Into the Krenh \\ rater Sprint" In MMi.ro.tn.ScuTii .
,
'
i tutrld. Liberal. salary :' I commenced to raid the serv- : I fountains"
> \ iii-ltt-x Mfg ( # royally grave fih wafer LEWIS BEAR & CO.
olnuulstlxr.i :' ice. I stood close to the head of the known to exist tti the gulf of :\e\! >"o

,, and Mr.I Howard Wells held thelantern '
'"s. 1'.. I'ur Punt rutI -. crave, wlicrorsstls have fiV'UN'iitlj tilloil
behind me. A rustling sound thor! casks! with IV-P coM !'\\ l'ct'at'r
t.r -.i Kt'NKKALS: furni-bt'd I
!">t.:(|uet'orspecml dt'.IKDI was hoard It" :,.. supposed to come j that coiiii-s: up lil.t; n s geyser In the 0. .. .. .... . -. .- . -. .- .. - '"
I \Inrenot'I, West liregory !,. from lurking! Indians, and every one j midst of the salt water. The freshwater

'runt. looked\; out for himself. The man hold- I springs. n -- '
')riiim iimi I'iitnt liiu.I lug the lantern: dropped it Into the Lave !hen known in the guilt; for :""

I : : : 1! grave, and I rl'lIln after It. '! orGMJ: years. They were liswvfrii by :j joarly I accepted the Agencies of a great many Foreign and American Liquor
'NtP.lN'1'1Nu: 'l. \SKPM: 1
I II) .
.' a !I.. le.i< '\11111"1\1'11 clnstffcin There I was with the corpse in a voyagers and were the salvation: :

'* n. ..\ "'g. cotuuenealfatur- dt-ep ;grave. I had my pistols and of ninny a IUt 1'1111'1'l'hll"e supply of FirmWe

'1" ".-c*:': .i:"a!. .advanced m., hor two jmpilj lessons H| Sharps carbine! with me, and I realized fresh wntor run short while bea4 are in a position to offer such goods at prices that will compete

1.0.11! i:nit Gregory treet. that if the Indians PC'l'l'l.tllnto the becalmed !In the cloMrmn*. Some of I i I
with market.
grave I could till it with dead bodies. I tie froh:11.,1': springs are marked; any

POI I.'IC'\ listened. Not a sound was heard. My upon 'ibi' cl.arts. but there is so little''

.-- : eompaairns( Lad. I supple, secreted deed of them nowadays by the steam- ,

.1 ', 'M'i..Muck: HK"ivl.WN: l.:::I.1.Ilt1P.SH s:< for ale.: themselves and! no doubt thought! I Irs on the stilf ami the sailing: fleet! i is Old fitaker, I q o .Slur Mantel,
.
-. r \\.II-II'uh\l\ft.I.! ..',. tn-tf' had done the same. so small that nu attention is paid to ftY[ j Gitckenheinicr, Dn n'I! W \ ;-,tiltu' Ifennescijs,

r I l\\>\ at t'. I'ornrr's I'oaltn' After the lapse of about four hours | them and they lia\e passed out of the I Parole

\ 1 ,u"fI.hggfor$1! :+1-ark; day began to dawn, and nil stood i ij knonledce of the jouupe: kiplJt'r.-- : i-Star P. Handon $ Cie
'
t .tale ('ochula.aght Krali- Hunter
I i-lilin.: .. 1'1\ lIIouth Kinks j upon the corpse tuo colfius were in use Chicago Kw-ord. *
-. W'IHlnti5.1111 and see Arizona at the time of this occurrence Garnet, Marie Hrr.ard
Ti n's Talk. aTtf UlUIQlflfQ.[ j' Jtoger's
5 : the dead being simply wrappedin l'.n"Iiierate. Pent)I and, 111 U UR i 111111se'/c.

_. C I. 't' 1-1.411'1It'. their blanketsi and cautiously look- i Young Writer (to editor of newly r* Melrose.
\ :- ed over the brink of the grave to take tablisueil. j(>IIi'UIII-lt jou find this l.t-: i 1 1 Maraschino, Crane de 'j
I I' '\ ; |;s and Floral l.esign*- '
v ". .a'' '. :r- o''direct fur CU.toUlt'U.llIr In the surroundings. tie story available for jour columns "'Je Ill"c.i .
\
emerging: from behind rocks, where subscription! to jour paper. 'i Mu in ni''s Ch anijiagn e,

t'--101,' 1.1\, 'I'rnttt.. 4 '..u'n'I1. they had hastily! secreted themselves IMitor-I'.ut great goo.lues, your;; I'., I Clwrle.I HcidsMs Cham-

(I)r ,' K .M- .,.... Ant-Ill K. U. HoS-' uo one know lug: here the others were. than you may live for :0 years! .j FalllGUS .John J>c }Wat j- Sona"
1 '.1..-, \.tio\-nnient,-et. I'lionea.7tf I called aloud! fur help and was soon Young \\'rit'r-Oh. I don't mean dur- 1! I PlgIlC: ,
:
-- assisted! from the prison in which 1 lug my bfe; during;:: ( life of your paper 1\; SCOtCll Whl..lrins' I Duncllll, McXab j- Co.Gates' \. WI IN F 8 ( Paid (;,lel mont $., Co.'s

n vi H. ( ; OoU-. had been confined for fully four hours, you know:-Ixindon, Tit-Hits.! : : French Churls and

\\ ." ', : :- and as this! Is the first Masonic funeral
11 \11 HI.Itt1F-Malraf: leturer I Sauternes
Tbe \ .
". n Hair Iio.ttta. Hats. Toilet that was ever bdlin Arizoua I think ,
O:! --ti'. :\.V \\' Government it deserves a record. "Hnrry. yesterday was our weddinganuher.sary. Canadian Rye Malt. f Lacliman I '.lacobi's California

After comparing; notes: w* discoveredthat nnJ you never said a : i JJitps.I .

1:1) C'l\'t'1OS A.l.. the mesquite live under which we wonl about IL"'ell I

were holding our solemn service was "\\ my dear, I felt It In my bones

flFLIfl\ the roosting: place of a colony of crows. that it was some sort of a big day but" i Tie Famous Set}Iitz Beer u/ljiel made (fl\\\mu\ee\ \ \ \ Famous. *

STATE our !intrusion hat'lug: disturbed thew I couldn't remember what It \\119.-

/( NORMAL SCHOOL, and thereby causing us to stampede. Indianapolis-- Journal.- --- i Evansville Brewing Co.'s Bottled Beer.
DE n M.\k: SPkMMi5. As the sun rose aliove the mountaintops
f( :'T ... .. ..... l: "I.... T..... h...., t r For a Cold in the Head .
.
a., .,,10'71"111\1, 11., a1.t"I we returned to the grave and The World-Renowned
( 'lsl'_ hR \ TfR'\\. O'U" $'.:':.:3. completed the rending of the litual Laxative__Bromo-Quinine_ !-Tsb'els.J. .:-. Steedman 5-cent Cigar.
I ,
C. L Nat es. P. ncyal and co\ ,-iid our friend with the elods
of the \alloy aud left him sleeping M.: Clutter'sMusic The All-Havana El Principe De Gales Cigar.

where he will rest until the resurrection House I I

IUl'rn. -I-\'clyn; K. I'ald\via in'Xew ,

Scientific #; Tailoring. York Masonic :Standard. The I. atlinIJaic: : : House in Florida! I \II\ "e call the attention of Huiiem to the aborc list, crcnj article of which has

'ahe Irrat I'a11"The and Alabama. I'made a reputation for itsclLe"VVis/. '

mu-'K hojse ha. t: t.i'iIi '
snow is quite comprehensive, Thipioueer :
lr.Mciland said Mr. IVeduvood Mr. Houiewood."Meaning ..he.l a repuUUuu for fair deals! : and Eear
Manufacturerasients: for & CO.
low price
Xo. what replied the latterinterrogatively.
204 S. Palafox St., the Celebrated Knnich i Uarh piano i ial

; 'o Chickerins:: \7eber Krell, Letter, __ _
_. _
HKi? liCII.DIM. .It covers tlJe' t' uuJ. Pittsburg: :smith i narce Wibard and Ju'ai'PluOi. '' I u _

Chl'Oulo-'l't'krapli.: ; !: These piano are direct; frum 1' \UI.I''Il.1.1iCi.1: ...'. '1 : NOTJf'K.'t.'jn : .

CA1MEHTS AHD SUITS the factory. nod are not shipped! over '1'111' 1'-- II. I' .: ,,,:!.I.t: If'- "
When the stomach i* tired out it j ; f\-t-! I v.al : "r: .M-'H tli t'' ,-
from truer
Wr.MENOUEOYS. but can't live tbe country one will:! hE' "r_ i1 .j' 1 i'-1. i--il-i- I; i i A Sij.
.. have ret, we tJa-iu' 's h-rf and
mut will
.' ; \1 food. Kodol Dyspepsia I5KANCH IH'l SKT i .\\IITIIII: !. day evHiin.! l'-i- T: 'J itsp 111. i .' >!I-elll < ;i,1 tfotJIi'o-
Tit Juaranteed without
I"'ur. T H. "1' : rattly: at I'll i,9t: \Vnt!
HOMP-ON: :
: !;. "! :tt'TiaN.=. in the Hih- ('ure"digests what: you eat" .M> that ahvav l he sure that the! piano -lind will su>et,
You can |
PI
in.
food want |,. Acadrnii.Dj i r. "f ?Ifux' poon'f'ii-ir ing: at whpre I will be pleased to
eat all the you receive
I 5
i''x" Ait. with nperior \Vork- von can von get from CUTTKK: i is new. We1 5
'""'...: ''i1.: ..t the Very Lowest Prices.I while it i jc restoring the digestiveor"arts keep all pianos: sold by us in tune for 'i leire. -_! |,'|i > trf.-t and 'old and new customer*. A* SOD a,
health. It j.* the only I '-' (.f the work of
to Term rnovatir.K
u -* two jear" free of char-je. oi new j tee <;taD/1[
that digests all kinds of 1 J. I. Stephen* : a.t \l'If:!c a= .VI Iw n.xtt.-Xonnur- .
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?rcal: lllettioa; [hen ta Cleaning I frtod. Hargis;: Pharmacy.: SidneyKahn 1 ment of to'olid :rttrhnbSilver) John Sheppard. 112 and! lit Ssath: PaiaLx:: street j j Rogers Knive.F.)rks and S TaI '
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12 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1900.

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viands spread before the guests
served in fourteen courses. The table MARITIME

was elatorately decorated in gorgeous The Forbes Store
flowers, pink being the predominating -
color. The party con EXPORTS.
sisted of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dish- 1 For December to date-|289! ,o-ll 0
man Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thornton -
Mr and Mrs. Jno. Denham, Miss SAILED.It --
r Mary Chaffin and Capt. W. W. Rei bk Lulgl Cuno, Buenos Ayres

inger. CLEARED. ,rrfifJ>APSS3ipa The Fin de Siecle Comb

Mis; Ellie Simpson of Arcadia is Nor liS Kanrua. 1 54, MartenBen. by Baars, drt \_ .: J':;

( t. visiting friends lathe city. i with Dunaody fl05.1W* Co(t,sawn for Dover Umber and,ll.M'J/NazHire o fl hewn, 1fio. J (; p It is the best thing ever invented for

1 iY timber... l,07CiX a (I deals and boards, value of? J,.. f\-_" ,J,:0. 1 Ladies
$.tl.. .! Jf0 1]' J.\'j\f' '";, "
Mrs. Jos. H. O'Leary is the )
guestof lir IB Ksirop :I1. Oasilen, by Hull Transit < self hair dressing. By its use, hairpins
Mrs. J. 6. Reese
at her home
on
Co for Bordeaux:, with hilt; eq bales cotton I and
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North Hill. lain bbls c soil, ami tons phosphate rock, (
6iVl value.! pcs 119,3W:oak staves, 130.CHJU t (t lumber r 'Yrt\ tyings are entirely dispensed with. It is Comfortable .

Mrs. Bryan Dunwody, who has t I
spent the summer months iu Marietta '' AT QUARANTINE. I 1)V. ;t secure and sanitary. It

Oa., is expected home Tues- It bk Madonna del Orto 5s'i, (jambeo, Rio .. prevent
day. Janeiro to Hosasco Bros I .:' : .'t} .4.:. \.\ headache and loss of hair. Every ladywii
: It bk Trf-D to. l'iI;,(iolusso, Marseilles to

The Misses;; Hatch, who have been Baars.Ul'r bk Dunnody\ burgls,&hl."i Co:>.Meessiu ___ the guests of Miss Alice Kes-ler: for to B B L Co JY'J; see a
the past two weeks Wednesday

for Rambler's Rest- I TIlE SlllPPL'1i6. I tV z practical hair dresser in show window Houdav.

Bishop Weed of Jacksonville paid ,! VESSELS IN kNOttY I
a short visit to :Mr. and Mrs. L. Hilton -i.
Green the of the week. arEASRutt N. I A GREAT SALE OF (USEFUL llOLIJAiT; s
SYRUPOFLIGS early-part :, Kever Nor Aqulia it \'o: 1107 Anderson, HuelvaV A i I t ( ; : i

The Young Ladies' Euchre club ,, iigordat, liill, Villa,to PensAcola Lumber I .

met on Thursday afternoon with i.t-r Co Heinrich Horn, li-il.; I'etersen 11111 Our Entira Stock Axminster, Velvet and Smyrna Rugs at :Heducc-1

kr.rftnhlya fivmptfy. Mrs. Jos.lace Roth.tie. was The won prize by an Miss exquisite Boyer Br Kairos. 1731.Uasilon.eld fur BorJenuxor i Prices shown on First Floor; All Wool Largo Rngs for. . .. .. . -.
Kiama IV5I Martetist-n.cltl for Dover i 2.00
Cleanses the System of Carrie Miss Blum Hara of lieinberg.Feginning Louisville. the guest ; and Br tit Strathleven.iafouls.Nszalr : to Uulf Transit 50 Fine Oak and Wicker Rooking Chairs, just the thing for X-nias ?r -

Gently and Effectually Co Span YI\"ir.\.I: 3LuzarroII.loOuIfTran.I I enta, .$1,50 to I 1000
on Monday, Miss Fac-
: when bilious or costive. nie oaldwell will give another of sit Co 8HIF8.Kt 200 Fancy Parasols and Umbrellas Natural Sticks and Pearl Handles.

Presents the most arceptable/bnn her Christmas; sales of exquisite em Lena !>-', Nibbs,Dtmernra to 8 S L Co' from . .. . . . . . ., .. . ... . . . . . . . . . . . 75c t .
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broiderlesof all kinds. sofa 00
Lovely RAasb.Nor >
the lmown Jaxatire to actorostkneraally.To principles plants pillows dainty centerpieces and A ustralia.117u.. Ancnsen, to order 10'1 Duzen Childrou's Fancy Caps . . . . . . . . . . . . -, : ry
tancy picture frames. The public is It Cognati h I. I'outrriiinla. toSS L Co 0 } c
cordially invited to call. The sale: UComjue'-tatore. rtni.Trapenl, border 100 Pieces Teazle Down Outings, formorpricel2'.cnow' . . . 10cp
Nor Lit-f. 7":!, HaUerstn, to Ptmuacola
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GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTSBUY will be held at Mrs.: Caldwell'.s residence Lumber Co '''
corner of Baylea aud Wright It Marciaul, (/j.; CJurl to Uaars, Dunwody --

THE GENUINE MANFD. BY streets. &teItOlive Mount,919, Haz'III. to orderIt V\T. :r. & B. Forbes1f.so1Ups

CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. scllm,Tai, Pataezato'V L Wittlcli A Co : .
Last Saturday e'eninA'IiH: Ethel IlKKi. I

SAN FRANCISCO CAL.LOUISVILLE. Wood entertained her many friendsat Br Alice Bradshaw :.IJ. Willi-y rid Tor -- '-.-
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given
a party .
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for tale fy SOtr bottle. I .; ::., ,.
druggisti-prier per sixteenth birthday. Miss Lizzie MHOONERS.: I "-
: -- -. -- McGaughey; won the ladiea' first lir Cheslie, aid, Merriam to Jno A Mt-r-i 1 ..: :
prize which was a box of lovely nil Am A. Donna Co 'hrlctina. Iitf. |' -r. *[

SOCIETY EVENTS stationery; Miss Joie Palma, the Am Vila V Hermano :*.r!, Clark, to Jno A''' ( .
booby prize a jumping jack ; Mr. Merrill Co I'
Frank Merritt won the gentlemen'sfirst Am William C Tanner, t 79; Johnson, to V ) t
Jno A Merrill (0'JP.CLEARED

OF TilE ''VEEI{ and horn.Mr.prize Delicious Pat, a Eagan fancy refreshments the cup booby and ,saucer were.a tin AND WACOLA.STEAMSHIPS.SAILED. FOB VEIN- ( '=". J(j.) ," f !i-: Are all very well to

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-- I Athalie. Nor, 1101, Wiebust, Newport, 1-.1' itt; L r._ ([: Commence Dinner With
Miss Jennie Northup is iu the NOT 17 ; t
,J On lat Sunday afternoon at the Aqua, Mr, at Taganrog :Nov Id I o-C-.r,1" rj4 1 .. ,
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the of Mrs. T. E. Welles. < t.
city, guest 11"
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1 opera house was held the annual I I Cnrlialn. Hr,Hid Barry Dec liKvtnnabam. : FI
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jl memorial sery'icesofthelocalbranch Miss Josie Bonifay h.i*, as lur : Kr, sid Unmtb.v Nov: I ,- } J-.y I, but for the ending--that's what
Hannah M tfwll, Br, bId hi Vincent, C V I '
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guests Misses Lula and Minnie Fin- ,, Dec : i'_
of Elk<;. Quite an elaborate ,
program I h't: ri
lay of Pollard, Ala. Kirriemoor.BrsldGenoa Oct 81
was arranged for the occasion and LangfouJ.: Nor, slit ShieldNov 1'JMariton / ;
1 Moor. Kr.sid: Genoa :Nov I the Fine Taste i-in the M l !
was greatly enjoyed by an appreciative The E'.st Hill Eu"hre club met Until Nor, silt Harry \ IsSheppurtori I t.-fllfefLeaves ] > IHI.( !
audience. this week at Mrs. Frank Marston's. 1r. Bid Genoa Nov ;:1 -tTTFTFPTr,:,>_ .
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Tho first prize was won by Mrs. i SHIPS. i --' --.- s
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. Jf-n. Russell A. Alger was in the Bin h'un and was a lovely blue and Bacchus, Hut. fid :Algna: Hay Oct (U ; : rF and it's
, city for a few hours Sunday morning gold vase ; second prize an ebony Eliot',u'r. fcl:,l Nacre. l' >. the guest of Mr. M. H. Sullivan.: bat brush Miss Jennie Nortl.up, huphrml.! ,It Kr, ,sM, I'tvmouth II ") Nov''INorse Vovl7Marabout "

and third priz, a fancywork basket, "r.hI Dublin Nnv1liiiv.trd :
\ Miss Nellie Harrow entertained Mrs. Jibb--:. The club will be entertained Tlioi L'r,11 I at Harrow Nov I.'ail ,
\ uu".ll. ...1{'ork.Oct 2;; % hunous '
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the I'hrNuiu EndeavorCiety at ut week Ly Mr. Lee Dan \'nulo'\ It, *U Marsul'.fs\' *tTMKKb. 1)lennoll! ; '
her home on Government street I iels. .
et-nin IMijhtful!
Monday
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4 Annie M It, sld Hamburg :N-wl
freahmtnt wary served and tae time )tr.: Henry Piagsio left yetonhynioruiugou A.lolph.N'or,7:ItIlIt Londonfriti"*

mo aud.t muic.Mr. pleasantly. pas-ed with games I I a business trp to llavtua. liirn.iii. annectcin Wood, ISr, isa, at Rest llartlepuolNov. Have You Tried Itj. If Hot Why Not&J '..I

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1 Kvco.! It.Htld Bristol Oct i'.1
i Charles and Mat, 'r..I l5.at Nantez, Aug II
f. i J. :M. Iliberts returned l.lt j The Friday Afternoon Euchre club { ,4 Tij ?f' .\\ :: :J .v f 1 *\ ir f--.
' we-1!: fruin LiiuUvillc. Ky., where he l met ye-tt-rd.iy at Mr,. La..-ittr's on ----- ----- J l"j! \ i\"' ', rp R y.-
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. I ha* been on a biHii)3s S trip. West LaUiu street. The tint prize, {; FW.1V 1'H. tf f&Q [ Fi9J !J ''_ I
a lo'ey:1! =e, was won by Miss i Minnie 520,000
:"k, On Tue.d.T- >venfnj the members Potter; ....coLd prize:a silver hatpin t' .
I of t.VOsc&ola (lubgavea very delightful Miss Flogid l L; }; HOr.. They CHRISTMAS COMES r ;
r-ception. Many quests will next meet with Hbs Laura ,
...1 i participated in this entertniiituent ., Marh.Miss. Auction Sale -

$It which rooms ;give beiiiT uuiver-; brilliantly: .pleasure.lightedbrought The I Charlie; Jone entertained BUT ONCE A 1 I i 1'; ',. .- \

out moat < uVctfiilly the several fuemlsat a delightful; t- ,1011 YEASIj ( _
" pretty c.ituaies of the l.idie: From Friday evening. OF: UNREDEEMED
11 twelve to nn the ( ,-rman was I __ ::
dancaJ making: a delightful ending Miss Cl.ir.i Bell d > 'Ii And Feasting is One of the Chief EnjOYID.elts.j ; .
'f ; give quite a *- ,
t., a lI1.h1 t hJrrnith: I'uillg'. i lightful party to her lul fu.-nd- !
I jOt 1.\-1'aeiduy evening; the ot-c"isr>nJbeiu r i w m E m[ r ror To Feast well: go to the \\ i"\ .f' :
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' : a lovely luuchron! to Mrs. C. 1 B.Parkhill j her presents was an ele;aj.t upright :
'f : and her i Stringer. The: deconituii were iu 'i NEW ORlEANS GROGERY ij f r 810111 I tJ 1 f' '"

pink were ar.d carried K'cen trout, wile the satin chandelier ribbons t,1 tortained The Kast: by Hill);i is'Euchrecluh. Nellie Ain-woith wa *n- All Dc) criDtion j; .

f.ti the f.+ur corners of the, ube! and last Tuesday at Ler homo on East .
t: cant; with bunches! of maiden-hair: ,Gregory street. The ladies first Also in ronnt-ction with this I'n- and get everything you need for top-.r--, .
.f fern. A most delightful menu of i prize was won by Mrs C. M. :-WM- redeemed Pledge Sale I will put un ..
fevtr. cuurst'o wa served. and the gentlemen's Mr. sale the Great; Stock of and :;/0s:0ccaSl'on: ::lJ. .
If. hey by Jewelry 'j -rr; \. ... _. __,_ .... .r ..
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( Croa The booby prizes wereawarded Silverware: recently purchased of J.
: 1 Mr. F. C. Horton's friends are to Miss Etta Lanuford and H. I'.OIU;, Cincinnati, Ohio at One- --- -- --- -- --" -- --- --- -- --

;'h plea. pd to heir of his promotion to Mr. Aaron Churchill. The text Third Its Value, and theTwoStocks E-meralda. Uu. sM Lag Palifln :Novli weL: of iluHuston .\ -:lTt.I I C'"ai-: i.t.s would he permit irr'c:: ,
I if! the position of cashier of the Amer- meeting will he with Miss E. Wcholls.i Combined will make it one of the ":maoul'l.lit'r. tld I Havrn :Nov I.dll1hurlh .
: lI.i! U.II.M'lrl.'CS: : 1I"u i'.J: chief of bun il:..'
ei a au out
: It, bid L'HrdiH Nov 17 1'e-
'can :ttinallhnk. i Tlu Ladie-'Missionary society of Greatest Auction Jewelry Hales ever !
It I(I.I the First Presbyterian church will put before the public in this city and I!l1'd"IS.Her.. It piiisad,vld Genoa Isle or Nov WiirbtNovSi.iusippma. 17KlandruUer.tOssld i-s-nry: |Hjsi unl iiitc.tiv..I i !,on nsil viMtIr.i for an order to ray f'-.1'' -

TSnn will bs a mu=i-ul9: given at give a doll fair at the office of the vicinity. These goods will be Hold Mnckhulni.Oct 1* mOil;; tLe !pnor uf the city ery.
the Ksidenca of )[r<. 'l'oC.. Wat- Pensacola Gits Co. Saturday, D>c. Without Reserve or Limit to the Kutalidm, Jr.IU5" '., at labia Oct ID TLc late Iltnr.v VilLird save away a "Has It been mhiri '.
I\"aruoa. It, "" (ienoa. Ilet 4
I:ft: pon next Monday evening fromi4 15. Refreshments will bt served Highest Bidder for Cash; commencing Marta It, (.:>, hid \Hlencia Nov ."> Croat deal of moPer: during his life: secretary.
for the benefit of the the Minerva, It, sltl Barcelona Now .
eight to ten throughout day. time. In n-klltlnu! 10 IJmut'I'O'jI.tw.- "No. said tile < hi4! f.
Frsopero, It. sid llolfa't Dec 1
church under the -- ---
ye new Episcopal f.u-tVns Lci-iowiil only two places<< whl : I' ::
Prospero Itepetto, It,llel I. bid Ul'nolUt.t 1:1Hoc. on lurl'l ?an cbari-
> management of Mrs. William W.Kuowies. While them Is life there Is hope. ,' TUESDAY, December 11 .., It.hlt linrcrloDa.Hct: t.i'ikniiil ttta-::ilntial! iiistitnlioii.-- and we are arrustmi oj i t .
Q A most delightful pro- I was alllicted with catarrh could I Soltri Nor, sl !. -) ; And will continue daily at 2:30 and \--t'rmont.lt.<, BId Algiers Oct l'i: cntitributnl MicrnUy! to the American: bill ami coutrac t \\ !itl. n. :
and instrumental
of vocal
gram composed neither taste nor smell; and could 7 till the entire stock is ClOSEd: .. '. "
p. m. ItKKiS.Kly. ohJ..ct!'. "Hut. aJ! the i"At ."
selections and recitations, hear but little. Ely's Cream Balm
out. The usual motto will be used : .ier, 17:1, fid Accra kept IMuuvttMtitiin says it must Joe ad\ c I' ,
Ft has been arranged and delicious refreshment cured it.-Marcus (!. Hh.iutz, Rah- leery second Tue: in sales. All goods sold 11, sid t11..OOJune .
i will be served. I I way N. J. will my be by me i J ___ __ __ u !S day of tI... sins: tf Swttli-n. Any (,f iissutjeits least this roar r ,
guaranteed as
i} The Balm reached me safely and your refunded.represented This sale or' We will do up; your counterpanesfor nir.r cat rp )i> his majesty on made, and we nerd It."
t Miss Rene Aiken is this week the tae effect is surprising.; :My son means money in pocket He- 15 cents each. New .Metnod that rjny. Tinny! formality required "I Cannot help tliat 'j I
guest of Mrs. James M. :\Iuldoll at siys the first application gave: derided member money 1 have your no by-bidders on Laundry. Is to t-1'1:111111''S card, the visitors beIns must be advertised n1. .
'r her lovely hume on Bayou Chi l). 1 1t i relit-r' Respectfully, Mrs.Franklin must be." Anl ndurt
I the llnor. The goods are simply ; reccivfi! w boa their tutn comes In
[, Freeman: Dover N. II. ,i I ,
sold their merits. Will large eavin ; tL.!
t on mentiona PERSONALITIES the (,rtI'r fjf cnival.Tl. very ;
Tho friends of Mrs. i it" I .
many George j| The balm does not irritate or caupI '
( McManus, who is visiting her pai I i sneezing. Hold by druggists at 5U sale few articles which I will put on -- .., Rai.I ..;I'w pai'l to the Prince cf :Saturday llveuiuii.

? i; rents Col. and Mr*. T. V. heeler I jet I *. or mailed by Ely Brothers : Honry Miller v.-Lo died rot Chnpp.i- \Yalt-s out cf the British: tr-asiry addnp ,
Solid Gold Watches with high A :. .. i
will learn with regret of th. extreme !i l Warren 8t., New York. grade movementMich Elgin, I rju. N. Y., the otht r Clay was the in- ; f(;'O.I)) n year and be liaa [iri- on In li-ninn '
[J illness of her little daughter, Oer.I I Waltham. 11' ,ward. !Filled as CaseWatcho vfi-tor of the sri'Mia cml air brake iaD. vats innivi" brsidcs.i N\1'\'I'rtlllll's'I! Captain fans :Mi-i I'

I truJe. A SWEEPING REDrCl ION ATFALR'.S -. R. It. Adjn-tad Watches. IS:';:;. ,!reCnrII.t( '\ tin lalr of .Ski!!>oas, life lit his po..t cf ilurSaa'p : ,.

I 1 MILLINERV, WALKING Diamond Cue Watches, Ladies' and Cenjalain Stiliinn.! te! oil! <>?t Lvfag ; ties coulil I'iy him out several time; I at Hol-okf-n. v.: .

C!, at The Mr.concert Win. Fisher's given Thursday for the benefit night j jif | HATS. 50 CTcf. AND 75; CTS. Beut'; Holid Gold Itin.s, Clocks; ''' Yale ura luate, Is also probably the over sail still! have enough! left tsway -> ::;ire I of realities his early of his latro diu" i ----- Bror.z-'=, sterling Silverware, Quadruple
) the Pearl Kigau Home was iu- t ode-t! practiting! Lawyer !n the coua- u library or two when h. fi-it .
'! THE BEST SALVE IN THE WORLD : Plated Ware, Rogers T'tble I but jut-t come on i '
Ike: it.
( deed a delightful atlair and provedquite try. Ho 's I'o; and lives! in Hrooklyu.! .
Ware Genuine (Jood .
Lore cabin I
Ebmiy ns l"v
! a :.ucce s. 1 II }I is li.vxxER SALVE. It N mada from I.i Urns Chan?, the Chlneso statesman 1I.'nrlfjul"mJI! 14 years old. a native
(WEltIO WORTH OFGEXfINK apprenticeship! to U.J
i III prescription by a widely known Is of Lurshli' nrl':ir.: His fathva cf IVco:. Tex., has: a busJru'-s; rant I
)Ir Cha H. skin and the HIGH GRADE DIAMONDJEWELKV staring about bin '
Thursday evening: ? specialist positively H I
; i Is in !tH'!! ut>!< au.! that i Is '.'rWlu .
. \\ < aa ijmorauti.o.lciopvr.; ant! his jue { .
'' : 'UChli Holitaie ,
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.' Dishaiun pavn a most ?tiniogdiui most! !ieain! p.ilvH for pile.burns, I anal Inquisitivem: '
I t tier 'umplimerltiff to t'apt. il"iiajer scald.-, ulcers running s"f< M and all weighing: fr'-m I. t.3 K Pl'h. l' 'n- ni>'i.-r: jmrt !her tfrlliooil! as a servaat ..I ly pr'ftlced by coliotly she fir !s:, a-*. i I approached :i.!,1 'r t' .

j I } of cue i avy yard. Covers; were skin diceiseThpr.. is noting-1 da'i's, Tins, C'liarm:, Ear Dross: AT'1 I. Jones rue Liverpool i lsip| TLe lad acts ns Interpreter nUll suiilo In washtnn! ; ; '. .
4 hid for ti;ht and mint; teiu.ting good.V.. n'\lw.lnlJ.. :Studs, Sand Grid Chain, tliJ G ld I'ajldf-r. has offered 1ss) a year f.r for iiartlf.s! of emigrants from Uurop" I I lie put 11.\1\ li-; i .
;: Head, U Walking; CanFiM He has crossed the ocean several
... thet'an; toward .1 fatal for estalilKbin awl.warI'!. rf
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colony
? a tenprcueuave: system cf tecbaic- ;'J i order. .I" : ..ui1 I '
trusneutand hundreds i.
I.'fJth..r ar- nl edte-tion I la Wales.v.'iiirh'c french settlers with him. ,
"E3 J i ticlf-s tto nuni'.routo mention will j ple ht <-. ;: r \"-ii I.! '
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'j"2.jJ.. be sold at TUt'a'p.oa, the novelift. was Slorlr* or Joliu S'.rraaen. i I thO'o rt -t :. II_'. I :

; .--auern __ ._ !! a sufccssfvl lawjer before he Iweanr To LIs aid ui his iuiitlal I'.f.! John willl:'' I. < :,!'-!;, !" rj .

Alex LiscWsLoan a v ritcr. lie: lift the law however toI. Sbfrman brought a i.atari- ii.bnuthc'.yniitlicdtcal j not t'"'i) i" n..Itt,..! .

I; Entire Line At !. s I.. .' ITU'.> oref t'-e! t-Jitors of tie New !I and cu u.ijlnch.r: ; !t' .!lity. "Xo."I..n'f,1 ".., .

gOur s io.k [:'!(It'\: .d'ct. He haw t) it tl..t tile puLli-: !ways ea;;at:lcs smile. "I I.

f Office Lord Sar.ilniry: : in speaking of the social v.ere not sgt'lu.derevl or us i-l f ir dis- but my mother Jot--i L .'

: ); CTVAL COSTSThis : iJrIf r.n;li-h political: life tL; honest pan-OM.-b. A r'ahn! f T ?!.<* 2S SOL III 1'.11.1'0STItf:1T.: other day sai Iol that there U really H*) cat once brought t- him rur L's who did net appr'u: "
very iirtle cf it. lie bas never so mucL Klz-iatr.re. It had been nr'.Jhrly! allowed ; 11s-'Ilt was render d I', *

Will Intesest Every lady Opposie Custom Housr. as .rvlu-n. ta John Morley and nicer ',I but it was illegal! at:
In Pensacola null Vicinity. p, S.-I have a Safety Vault, Fire even aw Mr. Parnell. u hira."It tLe boy across tl. .:.

and Burglar Proof, and I am prepared 1:(>\'. P. S. Hatch. pastor of the Ccnprrntiounl -; has teen tllowpJ," Inb'-ii-J: ; ti"claimant's that," Captain! Mir-r. v.' '
--CALL ATPalk's to take good care of your ar- church <>f Mon on. Mass.. attorney, ":llJ yvu niti.stslpi !great hush and tr.( a .1.nsentrreLt.
1, tides of value and will make liberal Las resigned in order t-> become tie : ; it." "11.1110\" \ !'i r't. .
advances on all such articles! at the Cntleaor "I will that Ffbconer, anl j it v.mother. I'I
pi-ccral secretary of tie Christian not repeated Mr. Fhrman.
lowest rates of interest. No Loan
Ml I union of India. Burma and Cl'Y'1 and Le did not. lIe would. ';"- r''si'n- I ."
Millinery. :
i too small and none too big. Remember -
| the place: i is i2C South Palafox Ion with resMeace! at Calcutta.Dr. H, h !!street opposite the Postollice. Alex.: Edward Everett Hale, !In fpite of I'I had it been re ]uire(
I LischJr.otf, Proprietor. 1 i ts! vcar--continues: to be active In the I e.ven seem, to sanction a fr.II'lfoltber: j like new. Ktar Laundry.


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