The daily news
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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 12, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor. I t;

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.- j poSHEE,Vice-President; W. C. O'NEAL, President; F. C. NORTON, Cashier; iIN-uiS- 1.

1 j1D' : McDAVID, Vice-President; M. E. CLARK, Ass't Cashier. CAPTAIN SHIELDS HATING FOR TWOit BATTLE CO ; ,


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American National Bank: Wounds Incapacitated-- -- Him new mother, or about-to- British Charges Are Success -

I For Further. Service. be mother should keep herselfup fully Repulsed by Them.

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The American National Bank of Pensacola offers to Depositors every lit fell of the Citpture of Hit Com health and supply, and beginfar Count \'on liuetow Outline's the Km .

facility which their balances, business and responsibility warrants, andits maid After a Desperate Battle With poror' 1'o.iryliiiijfr Willot J. }

| Officers would be pleased to meet or correspond with those who the lllplno Krbela-Oilier >ewi and back. Live generouslyand hired A ill Ice lie >")Holland Ko :

(Josslp of the Army. fu,.?, to Arbitrate.Loixrc .
Make New Accounts.Has
Desire to Changes or Open .

8vs Flu S C1S'O, Dec. 11. CaptAinDe'er carefully. Dae. 11.-The Standard today
the Stock of Bank in the State.
Largest Capital Any ;:lUx Shields of tho Twenty-ninth ay,:
I Whatever is for her
inf..mtry, U. S. A.. ha been invalided good "The l>.itl<. bet\\'een the British tpiop

1 f' et way to become pru?- I An l'neallf'd'urrrlunt.. TIIIGl'ES-w; n:. I homo ou account of 1VOvounds re- comfort and health let her tinder l Kni'xnn.l: the Ikx-rs ui
.? ,,- t., wait until you have suf- I ( Milton Journnl.) ceivaU in one of the most thrilling adventures uuj I'oth.i continues. the British charn- '

nary: to buy a home, and Much A tjuict HeineVetiaing 'lorllh' oJ the war in the Philippines. ing n;(-:.'.- IIiv The absence of defluit -
indignation was expressed
aP i iu cash, usually; never Miss have it whatever i is bad for .
: I Stella Whitedaughter of Dr. *
iu'oruatioi the battle fo nut
yesterday by the good people of this Captain Shields and 53 men left Santa o to
the time tot'
11" .'"il1? arranze the payments place when it became known that K. and Mrs. R. C. White, was weddedat Cruz, on the inland of Mariuduqne, ouStpt. the aWaca of t:If;:npUic; C'\anaauio.vti -

an Watson & Co.PEBCENTREDUCTION. McDaniel.. county superintendent 11 o'clock this morning at the residence 11 last for the of recon her comfort or health, avoid it. MI v-ith thtciiw or aciuu."
C. pnrpose
r;, Thos. of public instruction, had ordered j Wailo! the war ..nWiV+ most reticent
---- i of her parents, corner of noite ncj. Two days laterthey fell into
Rev. C. P. Walker to cancel the lee- !,
Almost without ou the! subject then- are in.lieiirioiis that
: Gregory and Barcelona streets, to an ambush and were fired upon by exception,
I I ture (or talk) to the school children about 230 with rifles, who were the oiVu-uiU ban re,:reed news su:':;:ost-
Dr. Frank M. Rev. Perci-
by Rev Mr McIlwain of Pensacola, 'on.i.lcrAhll l.JJ.tlsh
tng .uceev i1,atustlie
MILLI-t I who i is holding union services in this val II. \vnaley, rector of Christ; supported by ubout 2.\ UO men with. Scott's emulsion of codliveroil \\'t t.GERMANY'S. :
bolo Captain :Shields being wounded."I
: and who invited bIr.. Episcopal church, officiated and the
city was ,
F)1, r"", AT FALK'S MILLIV Walker to address the pupil of this ceremony was performed in thepres- was twice wounded and fell un is needed and BOER POLICY.
ence of relatives and close personal conscious, but soon recovered and thou a help ; gen-
school the usual afternoon
V at Friday
Il.; --- exercises As Mr. Mcllwain is a friends, only. Among those in attendance gave the order fur the command to fight Von tiiielou'j Kxpliiu, .itloii Crlticl ctl

our own Lemon Pie Fill- ,' gentleman of high accomplishments from Montgomery were ItS way back to the station. I told them erally a very important help. icy I he Iti-rlln: 1'ri-vs.
Dr. to leave me with a man from the hospital -
i absolutely pure; does not and a well known Christian gentleman 'l'higpellIrs. C.A. Thi pen Er.uv[ U.'c. 11.-The mjrniiig papers
acids others and Misses Nellie and Dorothy corps."I We'll send \OU a lillie fi try if you like!
i urious as and scholar, the action of Mr. .
d dropped behind a rice stack and di" cuss lather favorably the peechl :
: Vienna Model Bakery. Thigpen. SCOTT & UU\\Nh. 4Jtf 1'eirliucet. New \ .uk.I .
do. McDaniel criticised
.rag l.- severely by i Dr. and )Ir'l. Thigpcn departed en told the men to raise the white flag. in the rsifhitax of Count Von Buelow, !

itt all fair-minded and intelligent people the 12:30 train on their wedding tour.Don't The%isurRents continued to firs: at us. imperial I chancellor, iu to -
reply a
S Want Column; who that such affront -- -- question
Tr7THENE11 regret in i __ ___ __ ____ I The ifien'fought their way back a short I
4 visitor, and that the children shouldbe I forget to use a little PRICKLY I to surrender or be killed. uro to be received by l Ivjiperor William, j

deprived of the able lecture ASH UITTEKS whenever' thestomachor "Alter the iiisurrectoros came to Die The tug Echo. Captain Kcwe, arrived but they complnm that htl did not indi- .'?t
which that gentleman is known to I bowels: are disordered. It quickly one of them took: all my belongings. this Morning: with the barges came his internal policy. I It

t Miss this Opportunity deliver, especially! so as ic would not corrects such troubles and ni3kes \ '_,thor inau was just going to shoot Trojan from Galveston, the Ajax The National Z"innjr. de.pitt its \
have encroached upon the study-I yon feel bright and cheerful. Hannah me wheu I KIT n baud and arm come from Tampico and the XeNon l'>art- sympathy for the Ro.'n. says th3 German .'.
1"a short time we will giveiw hours of the student Bros., special agents.NKW ; I forward and strike: up the nun- left (rein Vera Cruz..e:;! will =ail people: will approve Uuelow's outlined ',

co-t, one pound of our What excuse; i if any ) the county I I "We were kept iu native, hovels for in a few days with Robt. H. Laii-; Boer poliL-r. The T.i.'pblatt says -J+
"rl'Jrched loeha-JavaCofft'e superintendent can or will otter, remains ; UN SHOP.I 12 days: and then wo started on a nnrch ford's two barges; for Vera Cruz. 1 fount Gilt loty did 1 not uii>\\er the question -
its per pound, and eighteen : to be seen. In the meantime* I have: opened a shop at 417 North over the mountains through d /, -* forests .. why it wag lu-c..saary: to affront Mr. .
Standard: Granulated huger! the voters will bear this act in mind i Tarragona street where I will do all I and acro s rivers, compelled to Tho U. .+. :S.\ L-jurol arrived chi Kramer, even udmittini that (
SI I Tim H below cost, but we for future guidance. kinds of tin work, repairing, etc., skirl| ri mu 1 anti rain and givi-u only I uorninK and came up} to Palafox i-ould not help! him Tn Vu--iche'lett- 1
to introduce our Freshly; pr.mptlYlIIcl at reasonable price the dirtiest war with whicii to '\'ash ,vharf fur provision*. OIIK rays th) chaiia-lljr furnished djcnineiitary -
I iroui'd Collee. This wet ( Advertisement,! Estimates furni-heJ and all work o'ir \. -muds. This continued until Oct. ..'* j-rc.-1 >f tli.it (n-rnisiny. with Hoi. i

be superior to good* Editor Milton Journal: : Please guaranteed ilrst-clas. 12 w.iun \\'e"re b,.,d that orders had. The tpam-hip: [ Aja'l.i! after di.-I l.iud. Las ri'K'atcdlwa'u! />'l ami ad- .
\been payIng 3;)II lid Jneeut4 give me "pacin your paper; to say I 3.11m O. W.ADAM.S.The Iv, n received to n.ni us over to thoAi'i. (charging: [her carjo utcars of pyitpsat 'Ist.elllr. Krus-r, who had lurid nohoo i \
dfratd no telling how only ordered that t litrehoald l be no ---- --- Ii .' ieaiis. AVtv.-r taken to HueuaV. I' Railroad \vl.; t1, moved tu to thuru. .*
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,t good* are packed. preaching; in public s-chool building little uirU have consented to .r uii Synyoatby
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te home enterpri-e and in Milton, ands') instructed Principal play: with the Citlz'ns' B.lud Orchestra +
t +irul order. We are as well Walker on yesterday ( Friday) : at the ma-k ball Thursday night. I SURGEONS SAIL FOR MANILA The Italian bark Madonna: del ClII I'TI.1..\. Due -Henrik Ibsen 'l'I {
i t" do roasting; a-j any houe 111 'rnimz.: J do not object t) Ilsv.Mcllwain -- j )rte was Mealed from fuarictlnhi { the v,ritvr. m OrebvLulu! reiterates the Jksratemint
s uth.nada. I or any other intelligent; I For r fc each will do ur you count 1I'r.J1trrh In{ ut San Fr..ncl.'o. I; I.. morning; and came over to the: : he ha. i>ru\iou,ly made \ ,

( (iroceries Fane and Chri-tiun: gentleman during to tho I terpanes.: New Method Laundry. '!marI Front the 1'hillppliies. ,city to load. .. against the Coors rlaiiutng they formerly .

ar prices l that defy coinpttiu pupils. of Milton and other schools, ..-t :1t ANi-iM i>, Doc. 11.-R3Prnit> opposed wuikvr jr'oples. lie says i
olt- alt and retail. but on tue ct-utruiy will welcome Stops the Cough '. he riti-h .te.iri-'ilr Hanmh XI.P.oll ke think,the Boer sviupa'bj uiaaife k4iu 1 :
various i
iir.-ivm the 1're-i'lio from
them to address the children at and Works off the ColdLmativa are : iu arrived this morning amid went so e. uiiwarrautoJ.. I .
OT E 1 ORLEANS GROCERY CJ, proper bout occaijiiVery ;. -*.' Kromo ijuininx Tablets (cur. in fiilisttueut points throughout the up to Railroad wharf to load. many 1'tIU..t- __ '1t.( (

,1.\.... MclH'GII respectfully, eI F.. I.. :DANIEL, i'lctuts.Don't. J1at the The steamship Karw mild thpcl'lIIc..r
are at over 11.The Dutch
present TUE ihlil"lc!: ,
ante 10:.. Proprietor r-\l1pt Pub. Inst.Military I : Chf-lip siled this inoining1 c\
-- 'O------ forget the uvi-k bill 1 Thurs- barracks. The following! medical cou- for IWdoaux and lay ('f Fort o\'t'rl1U'llt today finally nn.l definitely l r, trefnsefl .

ball at the Armory New i i iYtar's day nL'ht. Prizes! for the fuuniet". ttrigeat will al. for :Manila on the Lo- I le France, rerppctively. i to take the initiative in K-half

I eve bv the Pensacola! Liht': dressed l-uly__ __ ;and_g_u!}tletnall.__ Fan Sunday.Aistaut, : *** of arbitration U-twtvn the Transvaal j

'cr, Artillery. hur;:eons-\\'. I* Whittin The lack Marci mi i and schooner 11:1lllireat Britam.
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Vila y. Ht-rnvano are uow ready for -- -
I ton. C. W. Thorpe au l M. Purcell; ciin- :
When a woman lias a home she The *toek and fixtures of C. Ta- tract lJlr51.trll' l:. Mo.irn; ml, Iltnrutta ea. nUinarck'H Ironrre
takes a pride in it that no one can harra,., inelurlhnrse,
I Ii r.mikrupt Morrison Mewunl! Georg trra- Was' the re-lIlt <>f his splendid
take in a rented Iwue.utl the man' wagon aid lnrnes, will be ouVred ; The l.Mti-h steam'p! Aureola health. Indomitable will aud tremendous -
I ham and three JjosjjitAl menThe
- yr t w whoiwu4hio home has better: business ; core' '.' far this
< sale
,, a for sit public auction at noon llanok: brought the fol'.o.viuxcffiprr sailed: IJirry Dec. ., port. energy are not found
!.' and socialsttdingandgets: ; I i Thun-diy, Dt.c 13, at the store, corner tetra :?I..aila: iO where htomach. Liver Kidneys and '
t t t'r1 IJ 3rdlilIIYNN much inor good: out of lift than the I. or Ilaylen and Intetulencia MiywsF. 1' Reynold ami Philip G. The steamship Athalin is lying at Bowels are nut of order. If you

ti ordinary tenant who l is continually streets. Wale.Captain; -) H. J. !Hunt, lK-vi Mu.! co;ei' wharf l IlndiIlg' want these qualities and the success
\ moving. Don't lose; time in seeing Hruii B. HATTOX. Shu-Lls *?t Dr. King's New LifeI'illa.
t react and '=1.5. De>vey; Luut.'n.xits they bring; Lies i
tf TbQS. C. Watson & Co. securing Receiver. P. S. M\ Ki'>>lir, J. W. liariies" The "tPam-hip Heinricli Horn Tl'i'j develop every power of .
. one. ---- -W.- -O W.-- IL: C. Dais, Jo'iu! Campbell and E. h.llavd.n. univt'd! from Muscozee: wharf to the brain and hotly Only 2.;;>c at W. A. '.j j
rtream \"Pstl'fll:1aftNI100U: to llni-li D'Alemberte's drug store.
iI it We will launder your spreads; for Surgeons: J. C. Bert Snyder,
15 cents each and make them look .\ rpsuhr; meeting of Ilicsory .\. W Morso,11\ M.\ Klrby-Smith.:: P. L. loading.
t Camp No. 21! ,V. O. \V., will loP held Ji.n-# and T. K. Sorey. --- --- --- Pensacola Light Artillery military

! like new. Htar- -Laundry.- -- I in their forest in the Blount-Watson Captain Shields, telling of tho en- How to Cure Croup. ball at Armory New Year's___eve.MESSAGE .,. '

/ ., New Year's eve b.lllnt the Armoryby building Friday evening.: Deceit !her pgel1J'nt, said. Mr. 11. Gray, who lives near Aine- -'O-- ':1
Y ,oeaic.rI 14, at 7:30 o'clock, for the ol TO THE ASSEMBLY ,
I the Pensacola Light Artillery. purpose --- nia, Duchess! county, X. Y., says: --
D'on't miss it. electing olllcers for the ensuing year,, Olympia Opera CoiiijianjH. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Acting: Governor ("ulliu Halt on

I I, -- A full attendance is requested. Ij. Cleveland, in advance of the the best medicine I have ever used.It ApproprlutiuiM.MONTOCMEHT .
I The Choicest ofChristmas We will do up your counterpanes J. H. LAXDRfM.C.C. is a fine children's remedy for
i here to-
for 15 cents each. :New Method C. J. OERiiMi, Clerk. lld:5tt : i'' Ol) mpi nsakinjr i Opera final comp.uiy arrangements for croup and never fails to cure.'' When A1.1, IVc1. 11 -111 viewof
Laundry. dar the child becomes the fact that there ure hoiuo ::10I( ))
I! the appearance of this company given as soon as
Gifts -- ---- --- --' ---- here for a solid week, beginning hoarse, or even after the croupy of proposed new appropriations by the

Removal SaleC1IRtST1AS Dr3u1lcouch next Monday. There are forty people cough has developed, it will prevent legislature, Acting Governor Jelks hat
the with plenty of the attack. This should be borne in
in company the to the
sent following message general
Ar those which combing utility pretty girls and funny comedians. mind and a bottle of the Cough( Remedy

*:.tiuraameutand! grace. Our holi- -OF- t SYRUP A The scale of prices will be 15, 25; 35 kept at hand ready for intant assembly! :

, 4jy furniture stands out prominently and 50\ cent !!>*' as '>'in as the-o s-ymptoni" up. "After considering the state of the
cures Hacking Coughs, For sale Hannah llros. and in reference the large
in both respects. An easy chair CANDIES ePneu- -- --- ----- pear. br treasury to ninny
'. Sore Lungs, Gnpi> all medicine dealers. npprupriations! already made, I thought
rockerfie and
rthe father, a comfortable nionia and Bronchitis in a Purify the sewers of the body l
: mother and a diminutive then risk stiuurl its the digestive organs to it right to advise the general assembly
few i
:ki>r for the "baby" are hf're-Iot EXCLUSIVELY.From days. a blow euro ti.aiiitain health, strength and ener- A coated tongue, foul breath'! aud to pas no further appropriatiou U-yoinl
( be.ide+. I Consumption Get Dr. Bull's, I' cy. PKICKI.Y AMI I'.nTKKs is a clot l ged' condition in the bowels Fug' the general approptution bill now iu
death the If l'Rh'J.a.h HIT the senate, IIlI ding \.'.,at bill substantially -
for the kidney, liver, stomach gets use
lOc pound Price 25c. IDon't .
per up. Cough Syrup. I stud: boweN. Hannah 15ros !special TEl::;. It is jtiitMiited for suehail to amounts which have iltpn allowed '
i be imposed upon. ment, Hannah Bro,;., .-ptcialagents. before, at Lair until after tue recess I
1 tmmrUr\\ \ UT ,. Our Entire Stock Must be Refuse not as the gawp: dealer as a l>Iouboiilute.r. Hull's. iti4 agents.TO : -m-Yl-lt5. : wuicb would give Governor Sara- #

Closed Out by Jan. 1st. Salxtion Oil cures Rheumatism THOrGimTL : ford ample opportunity to advise tho
Aches an J Pains. 15 & 75 cts. II bounds
the at
lol South I'alafox I will give you a short hit of !,Qmet'lealit Till: CAIHOMC B.\Z \.\III : legislature suggesting,JUind"II"v; of lawmab
which liberal
Comer of Hmal'ltrf'et?. lr. JT. II."Eil. ; articles-, which, if bought a
Ii the natiine
UH'easarilr iu
Will Open In-Milit in Claret'sMusic rs Ian
friends, arc sure .
and given to your
Hull the revenue hill will he ready allowingthe
to rtei*e them :
I neinbvra of the ('lu'mll"'I/IIbly! .
I Elegant Diamond Ring for your The Catholic Bazaar will to- '
open mid tap executive: t SJ.V.IOHEtori : 1 hdv friend. night in Clutter's mn-ic hall with anaddress ti::ure's as to the resources of the .
j An elejr-int: : Hilliird. The treasury thuD they now (,!:.es*. I hop
of ol"tJutlon" by Mayor
beautiful !
I a pair !
that Jill general a-entbly will observe
i will pl -a-" your :gentleman friend. following ladies will liavecliarge: of theseusg.; ...riun.. Itoe'DH to me onlyf.nr '

Little rift; and beautiful pins tonnveltien the Haza-ir. I., tr.H ie\v admiin-.rraUi and not .

rIt'a"I' time babies.Piver Pari-hTablp-Mr. Alfred : u.f.ur t'i unv !U':> rt.. "

Ci irLThe to ,'.!((11, old and yi'iin sold':Sterling, all 1 clocks=ilvr Hibernian' TlLlt'lr.. )McUair
Fancy; ) .1\)1.-\ \Ii..t's l'icg IO. I
ifnl'mnil! tioagh toadorn
a. PIC BP s'Ki-t heats dainty Uefre-hnipnt T.lhleIi. AnnJIMrean :- : Ni'le<-tofto.ll-
the! |i' irl r of a queen. itA O al'h811'lIl1ntl 1 1 '
I i too and Mr;:. M. McOtiire.Icr ..
I n-ve! tPt .thou-aud thing \) I "d* 10 senouiltUM
l'l11J1.routo jiuntion. Just. call and Cream Table: Mr?. J.t*. McI Ii CELEBRATED ,
i.ink liver the tock. No trouble to I llnith.Chocol.itf! .. .. vn. 10 Til- : ,'0; 4rn 5IS :
Tatl -Mi i, V. :Ma: !., r.
all ..
t how good'I will meet com- .. I t.ti' hi the
T'Ih'-I! I:. Baker. : ) .
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Best Up-tn-I1ate 5-cent Smoke in the Wnrld ;P:rood+ ting; guaranteed pric 5 of tn Miy be ju-t market..T represeutuJ. l Tombola and M Tabl Eimnuol.Candy -Mi-ses. V. :\1 cHugII .wi"'' ), ,. :\ ol r f'yutptOnt ;i : '

Call: at 112! South; Pal.iftx : --
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS.A ptreft. J. I. t-'TEI'HE.NS.: ;: Tahl6.Ir Witt. :"' Constipation! ? : ;jl:
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KfUgiuu-Articles; IscligestioE, !
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Good Christmas Present I _'O phy. > r ; 1 Dyspepsia j. i "
Box will Make a I. : job P.au'-Mis C. .v J J .
Itifh.wa'in. !. -:;!thy \blood M'irphy.lunibo. I t. :
i.g-h-pn\\ ehic al.l j. hId
by Hooil'-i Sarc.-ianll; i ( "n ttf.Ch '
colds and pneumonia are ',nce., preicr.tr. e-c. Vote for V Biliousness.I'o r.
rJ1&flB La @ l) couKh-i.
*: ,:UYLw: .... ...: Q ,\ prevented. Take it now. the piano. Lunch! Htvi'd.f'Hrr day STOMACH not ail to"t
-- -- -- -- I from 11 a, m. to 3 p. m. Wi'lbeglad!'!1 fa 11TE6 o try It at once if tI ..
you bM
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For thirty yearsTutt's Pills have I Bostonjhoejtore.

proven blessing to the invalid.

Are truly the sick man's friendA III{!
Known Fact House Passes Resolution Authorizing I BUSINESS WE HAVE MADE AMPLE PREPARATIONFOR IM7lPI y\ I'lluliiul 1CO

For bilious headache dyspepsiasour an Inquiry. IT WITH ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED -

stomach malariaconstipa- STOCKS WE HAVE EVER CARRIED FOR oo 1:

tion and all kindred diseases. I TAX REDUCTION. BILL US .[ Ladies, Misses, Men and Boys.

Oleomargarine Dill Goes to the!euatc I t
ABSOLUTE CURE. and Is Rl'f.rred-Seoretary Rout SujjgesU N.TII.I.X G. I j ORCIIEIEIl, et4s c

Changes la the Army Bill.

ANOTHER SLUMP IN COTTONMarket Other Washingtoaewi.. i o-SOME OF OUR SPECIALTIES ARE-oLadies' .! r I + i iI iI

Opened I'p But Soon Ilrok WASHINGTON. Deo. 11. When th Shoes I I { 'i Ii'
High-cut 9-inch Rainy Day '
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PlantHold Kick.Nc'.v house met Mr. Hull, ohairman of the? ,
YORK Dec The cotton Ladies' Czarina Shoe. Ladies' Marzo Shoe. '
11. ,) committee on military affairs, reported I I!! i'K
market opened finn with prices to T back from the committee a substitutefor each.
i All of the Finest Quality, $3.50 s:= 4 InC'd
c points higher on covering aud foreign i i the Dripga resolution for an investiKatipn !

4 baying, which had as a bathe decidedly \ of the alleged hazing of Oscar L. -
t better English cables than had been Booz at West Point. CD
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Wanted fair to ournational i Boston Store.E. ,
upon as a response The substitute was as follows: Shoe ,
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n slump of yesterday after. "Whereas, It is alleged in tho new i'Y 1I
noon. But generous bull euthanasia I
that Oscar L. Boot of Bristol, S
did not kindle here, even though still papers i
later cables from Liverpool noted sub- Pa., formerly! a cadet at the United .... L i I
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tuutial rallies. Withiu the first half States :Military academy West Point 52S2S2.52S22S2.52S22S2S2.525 5 S:= .
hour the opening r rise had been wiped died at his home from injuries purporting ; rs25 bdCD
ont and by 11 o'clock a material net lOll 10)
I was apparent under heavy selling for !I' to have been the result of hazing in- ; E. M. ANDERSEN, rnt ) \ p.J. I
i both ecc.>unt.. The market was very I fiioted upon aim by certain unknown jL--- =
t nervous and excited witii ti4 room trAde cadets of the said :Military: academy 4 1 1
|j. muddled in its views. Receipts: at all I and t < J JI
'' points Cable! were from again Liverpool tremendous.received jut I "Whereas, the secretary of war id I 1 ? hi

before the market closed reflected a severe now making investigation of the facti, ..... nnnnnn_ ....___ i I .I ', 1 1I
relapse under an absence of up- be it iIi I II
j.)rt iu the way of response from this ; Fine Line of Watches, Chronographs and Re- I
Resolved that said secretary be requested -
fide. Si-Ilia;: orders were sent to our Diamonds Elegant Sterling Silver I
pit from Euroiw in general; the south | to report the result of such investigation : ,,
offered heavily; Wall commission to the house of representatives -I Novelties, Fine China and Cut Glass. I

houses! told oil it scale that led to reports together with such recommendations II I G__ - -
that they were endeavoring to break aj he may lee fit to make." : rn *-No. 29 S. Palafox Street.-*: ,

the market bolow the 9 cent level and 1 The report of Secretary Root together rnI 1 Santa Clans Delivering Presents oj' ,1.'.
wire house liquidated cotton held with Superintendent Mill, u attached mS25252S2S2.S252525252525252S2525252S2525'2522.52siJI
I dies and West Florida Steam C'r /\
p through yesterday'break in the hope of to the resolution. I -- -- liakenj iAddress 'c x
A reaction today. Lovering W. Xoyea and Charles I
I! all Letters to Santa Clans cure i ;
The mills wired that the conditionshad Truai of the National Business League ,
not a* yet been affected by the dropin of Chicago and Mr. Butler of New York: i, ida Steam Bakery.
future delivery cotton price Southern |i i addressed the house in favor of the reorgauiuiioa __.__
dispatcher stated that a majority of of the consular service ou .,
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planters were refining to sell at a de merit linessltepreseutative. flI .- W.W.WiW .VVl.vri-- W..W iya. --.d- ri.
cline. I Aldrich of Alabamawas I

FOUND DYING ON THE ROAD heard and consular on hii bill school:to establish at Washington a diplomatic :IIi;

J. Z. Rots Picked I'p In UQ I'ueon- Wen, similar Point and to the Naval Military school at school Annapolis at iit! -GEM[ \ BOOK-ij STORk[ : (i .

sclou Condition. and bet forth the merits of the

I Throe, Ga., Dec II.-J. Z. Ross of merit plan. I .H.
Isabella Worth county, died at Sylvester e
\: Hoot Heconuiifndii Changes.WAsmuNorox Q\ -
the result of a peculiar accident. I
i i Dec. 11.-The senate I p IIi! ;
llr. Ross had been to Albany on badness II SCHOOL BOOKS
I committee on military affairs! today considered I
:C and returned on the night train,
the army bill Secretary Roo)!i''I' :
reaohing Sylvester his nearest railroad J I i.!; ;! "
before / $ OF ALL KINDS. i
"f station, about 1 o'clock in the morning. was the committee for a brief f l I I r.r :.
k From the time he left the train there is !I time and recommended some changes ; ;) (: ", ,
He was followed by General Miles, who I + (
no account of him until his almost lifeless UhlE
' body was found about daylight by continued his remaqks of yesterday :.;! STOCK: OFI ,-

.: r1 I the When night found policeman Mr.: Ross at Sylvester.was lying betide was General before Wilson the committee.chief of engineers, alk! .E::1 New and Second- and Books for Public Schools (1:1!)
Prices from Call and See Them. ii
the railroad track a few yards west ; $25.00 up. : ." i
of the depot with a long gash across : Oleomargarine Bill Ktferrtd. Ever Brought to Pensieola, at the Lowest Prices. &;)

iI the top of his head, laying the skull WASHINGTON Dec. 11 -The oleomargarine :! A CHOICE LOT OF I f lJ) BOOKS: BOUGHT NOLiA\iEXCIIANtEU. W.. J'I\\ \ (Hi ) .

k open. He never recovered conscious- bill, which recently passed th : ; Casb l'rlceforyour H..l'olld.H"nJ Hookn. A f.nnpHctioolsupplies .... V
' neat There is tome doubt a* to whether' I ( -Tntilets, Pt'ncIIR.I'.nO, PfnlmUler, Ktc.: Uun'- f", n, ;
house, was today referred to the senate l BlJGGIESJUST 1j) this opportuuity to"e! honey on Your Books (I
$ he fell against the rail, went to sleep I
committee I I.
the track struck on agriculture without divi .,
near and was by a passing -

; .:: train or met with foul play. siou. RECEIVED AND FOR SALE : (i:)' C. R. JOHNSON, Prapv E|:

f,':F Elected<< Pint Lieutenant Hrchuf'nt.84VUS.UI. Colonel. of the I' President Will Other Receive Kxrrclies.WAPHIXQTOS the.Governor.: .)AThe Only Exclusive Dealers in Vehicles. )* 'ms'. ..-?.'-.!.,.--- ..!-..W'-- -...-W-- -......W- .!"..W.4.br.--..".-- -.'.-.W- .:p.W.tr,1.Ie_- .."._- ._.W4I ...::ml i

Dec. 11.-The ctnteu I ,
Dec. 11.-The officers of : nial celebration of the establishment ,
: o ,
: J. IYT. HILIIARB &: CO. Cleaning ladies skirts and waists I will ,.
the First Georgia regiment has received the seat of government in the Di'tric' repair your war< >":
one of our specialties." Star Laun- jewelry in flrstclas.ii J ';
the declination of Major W. 1... Grayson 11'1
of Columbia will begin at 10 o'clock Dec.
No. 30 East Garden St., Phone 124.Perished dry. Stephens
to lieutenant colonel and elect. 1
serve aa
12 with
a reception by the president tIthe J ;
ed Oaptaiu G. Arthur Gordon of the governors of tho states and territories I --

s Ogl thorp Light infantry to the position at the executive mansion. This << In the Flame.
of necomi in command. It is understood Gooo Siibtan1ia1
Captain Gordon, who is a son function will be followed by an exhibition Taos SPRISOl, Fla., Da 11..The A

'' of General W. W. Gordon who servedin of the model and drawings of the building at the corner" of Tarpon and '
the volunteer during the Spanish proposed enlargement of tho executive Safford fire. ,
army ; avenues was destroyed by .
will the oftL-e! mansion at 11 o'clock in the east room MJI ? 5..1'j
1 The war officers accept also elected Captain C. when the follow? addressed will bit The fire spread to the building adjoin- ( r. ; ,
a 8 .ft
1 ing. vhich was also burned. The build fT\\ \II 1tlJY
H. Richardson as major of the Third, Colonel{ rt.l: ing3vt're vacant, but it is supposed a ,
Theodore A. Dvingham, U. :S.
battalion of the regiment. This battal- .
party of sponger:; went into the first to J I. : _
A., "The the Ex"cutiTtIa1'
ion is made up of the out of town com
rion During the lN J-lKi! camp over night and accidentally sat t a t ,y
Century ; i? .Jv
panies. Captain Richardson is a rnotn- the place on fire. The body of one oJ -IXCLOTHING- r r : ,
r ber of the rejMiental! staff, being chief Hon. Houry R MacFurland, "The Developmeu.t them Captain E. Carey of the schooner(
of District of Columbia
comratsgary officer. the Franklin found in the ache.
was ; i
1 ay J i Du.r1nthe Gentry 1800-1000; Goy <
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"DEPOT61L's' AGAIN UP t' color Leslie M. liaw of Iowa "The _
K bberj Loot an Ohio Leak
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.1 "' .Jo SEVILLE 0., Dec. II.-Six ina ked
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11othSidesje.ort(0Hbusteringend| : !) t'llfut.'bj l -ou- ...'(. .... j
t to No Vote U Taken r I'l tjjp aUeraooil a. miiitury and civic burglar last: night seiied Town Marshal t.- ,

ATLINTV, D<>c. U.-In the house of rlf.t ccssea; will e cort the president to Weaver here au'\ after binding: and T SHOES.Men's '\ \ \ i.jI'p:4''
the dapitol: where at S.'W o'clock jointI .
t:,. .,1 representatives tartar the aPCriug" com- I exercises will be held in the (hall of the gagging, him blew the safe fu fltgh'ebatik
mitten the dtp)t bill for con h of 11)11. W. P. securing; about 1,0'JO. The ev .
presented i: Frye ease p-e'iding.representatives pluMon aroused several citizens whojrave Suits-:: ::: : : : :: : : : : :::: :::: :: ::: : :: :::: :: :: :: : :::: :: : : ::: : : :$2.50 to $10.00Boys'
rideration. chase the burglars, but the lat1
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Mr. Hall of DblntNI; to turn down Addresses"Transfer will of be the mad National as follows Capital: ter with drawn revolvers made a dash Suits: .. ..: : -. :: : .. .. :::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: .. ::: :: :: : : : .75 to $ 4 50Youths'
the action of the committee and. substitute for the Cleveland. Loraiu and Wheeling
from Philadelphia RepresentativeJame and handcar.. ......
;v for the depot measure the tax bill. i i Richardson of Tennessee; "EitabI depot is in pursuit.cot away on A Suits: : : : :: : ::: :::::::::::::::::: .. ....:-...::::-...::::: $ 1.75 to S 5 50Ladies'
Opponents of th- depot bill han: fillbnitertng I lihmeut of the Seat of Government inI posse
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rt I Their lft'l was followed bysnpIoorters I the District of Columb'a.', Hon. SerenoPaiueof When the stomach is tired out it Skirts: : :: : : ::::: :::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::: :: :: :: ::: : .75 to $ 6 50Ladl.es'

Calllll, to show of the the bill rbsnrdity who wished of priKeeiiinzs they- i First: : Century New of York the:National"History Capital of the," must have rest" but we can't live Oapes. ::: : : : ::: ::::: ::::: : :: : ::::: :::: : :

under the ruling of jjpiuker: Little Senator: Louis E McComas( of Maryland without food. Kodol! Dypep ,, : : :. : : :.: : :::::: :::::::::::: :::::: :::: :: :::: .: ; ; ; .48 to 810.00Ladies' I

l that a yea a:1olll'\t' >ore miy be taken ; "The Future of the United :States . . . .
cr on th + question <>f whether any member and Its 1'apit.al." Senator JohnV.. I)LU- Cure 'digests what you eat" so that Jackets: : :-. :::: :::: ;::: .:: :: .::-. :. --.: :: $2.25 to $15.00 tMisses'

may have th.. rieat to explain Iis'ute.. iel of Virginia; a hutorical oration br you can eat all the food! you want: .. .. : :: : i
Yex- and nays were called! for and Senator George F.: Hoar of Mussaoaut.etts. : while it it i restoring: the digestive Jackets::: -.-..- -: : : :. :::. :: : $ to S 3.50Shoe
It ii N the only
fAlt.Mi iloxAtis of w_ times. organs to health.
Fil In the will rn preparation that digests all kind of I
evening a reception ? '
1 MURDERED AND CREMATED given iu houer of the governors of the food. Harris; J'harlnaridnr: StocK lYInst bo Reduced !
State*. Kahn, John Shcppard.
'x 1ern 1\11I..1 and Ilk House Burnl'.1 -- --
to Hide the <:rl",.... :MoUllr Collertorkhip Coilrst. J. I. !Stephens has a large; assortment LOOK AT OIR i.AIIFS' ... . .. . JU !SHOKS: LOOK AT OCR CII I LI)';.; . ,,1-, -

JAC'K"OHII.U, Fla.. D:>l'. 11.-News W 1IIIOTOS, Dec 11.-Alabama U... of Solid Sterling Silver and LOOKT OUR LADIES': .. . . .II l 20SHOESLOOK ; : LOOK AT Oni CHILD'S . . rl I "L" ,

of what to have been a horrible publican! are still i up in the air wi'h re- Roger's Knlv !. Forks and Spoon : AT Of LADI E''. . .. .H I Irst, SHOES: LOOK AT Ot'It l ltOV-:1NI\IEN': ;I.-" II

crime co'.ues appears from Mariett.i. about 7 jtirdtothe Mobile collector-hip.! IVn I LOOK AT Ot'I t LADIES': . . .fcMHSHOErtCHILD'S LOOK AT Otll BOYAXD MEN'S.' :: ,1'- ,

miles west of J.ieltonvUl9.John has\Valker District, who is Attorney back in the Vaugcan's fit: : now iu-- Cleanliness is next to LOOK1' OI'Il : . . use. :-5HOILOOK: AT ont L'OYS'ANIM1/N'S: ,I ', H'

York a ntj, passed the homeof U >r; !ment. Governor Johnston has tileda l Godliness examine our LOOK AT OUR CHILD'S= .; :; .:- LOOK AT 01' II HOYK'ANDMI; F.! -1 i" I -

Bob WiUou another" ue?rl). and protect against the appointment c.f t kitcltenlcheneveryoupleasew r
Hjust'.n of Birmingham based OB Goads Are Marked Dawn 2D Per Cent.
found that the home hs.i been reduced trauvirtionhe: Houston was posmaster and see for yourself. Has H
asuHe! nude investigation and
to and Johnston was on hUKnid.lcKlnley extended M
this invitation
found the charred body of a uiau in the .

3' ruin: > :fleets IIl\rrl4l\11. to you by others. Try a F BEAWNEH'S $ .? .
The body had the appearance of haying I .
been mutilated. as the arms were W\-Hivi5TOV, Dec 11. PrestdenM'Riney t meal at the Xew Cordova ,

miodu.: and the badly broken. and ex-Presideut Harr i >r 1 only 50 cents. 1 e

After on luvestiffatiou, the Ilt'neralopmi.1I met last night at a dinner given by Jutice ... ------ ii
is that Wilson wa murdered IO\Jl(? I) SEAMS BEST
and his house burned to hide tbe cnras. Harlan of the supreme court. Th Look the rount'o't'r., and'ou i lUICLl 10OPTII
fact of the" president accepting an iuvi will find that the vat majority: of i 'L ALLOWED ACLNI3 flTIING,
To Attend the Celebratloo. tattoo where hs would meet n-Pre- wealthy people commenced toamaswealth'bv
dent Harrison is taken to effectivelydUpoe r buvinza of real est FOR. rill5"
Governor Russell piece
Dec. 11.
of the reports in circulation tne tate. T.C.Watson fc Co r -pra' CASlIlIOlSE ll Hi P1UFUT
and staff have Washington to 6OOKHKTT o4AfLvrua
pone the relations 1'etween the two had beet::1 the old proverb .', word to th
attend the centennial celebration of the strained of late. POPULAR PRICES !
___ nu____ wire I is s-ullicienr ,
founding; the capital. This will In The" person who disturbed tIlt> '"onsrenation -
governor's last public function( as ; list Sunday by couirhirjis ;! .!
be retires; iroia office next month. requested to call on and jr,'.. \

i boucle flf Folly's HONEY .\S" Tan;:
Now i is t'a' time when croup. anti I' ii'vay-4: gives relief.V.. A 1"-\!;
hind; tr"nlt-! prtlr.lpijl fa::!!. :,.h! rt,-.
The only iiiirniles* rm.iy that produces -
iiiiiaf diate r<..,ult! i i.< Oa JIt.5 .- .Vothing too good for on,,
ute Couch Cur .'. It i# v< ry plea lilt tg
tj to take and can b* relied upon to patrons, trif a; "falle D<.

.l quikly cure coii;h'. colds! and all Ilotl' 01' ,1 Lct Carte Inca I

111 "urn mug pt dWa il1I. Hargi*. It will Pharniacy prevent, Sydney cim-- for />0 cents at the J\'eu," To c r ?, or i r sy re-1'' tided by y ur n. r riafK, o w..+l not try it' Pr iJ1,

Kahn John :Sbepparil.! Cordova. _. .
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I I Byee Attack Harnesbr With e ;
Knife and It Killed. j;

oft CENT 1 WOID. BEGUN WITH CHINESE, I TnoMi Tox, Ga: Dec. 10.-A tragedy !

I I of the most ."rioua import and resulting !

-- '. Li i ing in the killing of Charles Byce occurred ; I
; la' Hung and Prince
: __. Chang
- T,, 1111] -!><> you nerd money* CLAUS at the Thomastcn cotton miiliSunday .,

\1 1'\ ,nt;" ,' : ,-,!- .-st term and lowest rllt..s.J
. -" '. ,pMiimble.on Improved city real developed by the evidence before
&' -I:",,!ImWilt.ItshertU44: bouth 1'ala- the coroner's jury, the killing was done FOR .
;-.r"r; la-tl MEETING OF MINISTERS by Cliff Harnesberger. It seems thai TION ACH "

" LOAN ON PEItWSALI I -- Harnesbergtr and Byce, while engaged
'Irrf 1 \ 'tc To ApplgtoA.A.FlaberFlsber ,, in placing cards in the engmerooin ol
Pro Lslonul
J!,1 :... 1'IIal.x, klront. let io\eminent Kstablished. the factory, became involved in a dif i-

All the Powers U (lrll'ntllt KxctptFrauoe : : cultyover 50 cents. Byce, who was I
I I..;,. uwn.yInureyour proprrty.pro. ensatloual Divorce S ult In I i somewhat intoxicated, drew his: knife
".p,"art' 01 titlw. buy or sell real espr.ioiTty and a desperate encounter ensued, dur- HANNAH I
r*" .., of any scrlplion.. bave ', London-Other Foreign News.PEKISO i! ling, the progress of which Haruesbercer\
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or"your taxi attended te,
* sail: .,"lho*. C. Watson 4 Co. was cut three or four times about the
rl'"Y, jdr* Dec. 11. At yesterday'imeeting
.. head and face and several in the Wide ..
.t.-..' .mid Insurance j times I
"rl',a cimrgcs .. nsTotveryo e I of the ministers, called to consider I Writing Desks. back. llarnesberger drew hu pistol and La I.iu-ha of ;

*: j h;\> a !lot build from a us house.we will lend money 8dtfi if LI Hung Chang and Prince I fired three or four times, but Byce continued torlal ivIn; '. i ii ji
3.3 ",, li to I
; l
p ; Chins had power from the court to conduct I' to use his knife until "Haruosberger i to Cuba I II

I'HIt Itl.:\rr.f'l Blocks. tripped him up and ran off. I defence of !
I negotiations for a settlement I
i Byce was found some 15 or 20 minutes 1
\ ,I1 f--M-mom..lonastreets.delllnK. corner I behalf of China, sumo of the ministers I later, lying on his back dead, with two narrow streets ;
.tantiRerc Apply ,
.?,.-,.*-ii.',-- isrosJCti Mouth> 1'alatox street.rtdlw stated that they were authorized to Games. pistol shot wounds just over the heart. !i! says:
J : treat with them aa representatives of i I His left hand coat sleeve was ou fire "One :

I and in his right hand he grasped an ridicule what
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\) \Iy one-story cottars ron- China while others, including the German I !
.n: nvme rooms und kitchen Books open knife. ': yen: thereby I \
I !St. .:!K.unnntstrrett oon door from minister, had not received instruc After hearing the evidence a verdict !i Ignuianc-e. ]\'
t! ,. to !If I. U. tions in the I :
h.t. .t Applj u. ">carrltt. matter. of justifiable homicide was rttnrued.TO coolest :! : :
It/ulm" All decided. however, that as soon aa Album I I To
alll:1t. [
I. M -1 B* I.a Kua 'ttttgf.. corner ''Sir Ernest Mason ;: ,Atow, the British i, COLONIZE HUGUENOTSSeveral ;
i'r of it nf
r cH.. (\ and I ah starts. nf.'tf I I minister, shall receive word to agree to or

-- \ i I-:\ \'rry Mriihle store on the joint note they will commence ne- Prayer Books. I hundred of-Them to Locate would prn ,'

fl,:b ,,"' v .ir, i. So. 2 sr i South I'alnfox Kotituions with Li Hang Chang and I : Iu North Cdrolin I In all:! troiiii.il <

> 'ipiwl hv I. tiucenhrim'i) Prince Clung, unless otherwise in- I .. sers are u...u. !
i \VIUUNOTOV Del Dec. 1O.-rtr5e.
:? .\iinly to Wm. KUUer, Sin'iS! '. itrncted by their home government. Hymn Books. Mexico, ( ','1111'1,1 :
\InIfF I
cuted because of his avowed sympathy
.t'\ Count \ ou \VI11der -ee has turned over I | India :
glow :
Ni-1N'n urwly turni-tiMi rooms JfiiJ.OOO( ( as rtie British share of the resultof i for Captain Dreyfus of the Frtnch ,' i :
,, ,.. j tliem.
F\. f >' l lid a or gentlemen. Tall
-,\ < .,,'" hired. slltt ., the Pa vTiug-Pu expedition to Gen. : Bibles. army, Lieutenant August Dupont, his I d l hero so lIIUl'
t. eral Ga-telef, WHO iu turn cave the I
fellow officer has left his native
ion In Trance.
M 1 tir't-cla-m, furnisbiHl rooms 1 I money to Minister atow ti be used for I
t' .' '',,tb and other nv dern ItoNo. the benefit of the Chinese who I try and located here, where he will be "Azaln. the I '

.r ...- M), corner Wright ITalm and* need: help during! the winter. may Catholic Prayer Book j fencing master [at the Young:; Men'si J Ji made thl't the ;

Li Hung: Chang \uited General Chaffe i i Christian association.. He is the hereof be''wMeneil an'1
KOIt A 1 11. 111 i firce conflicts with swords and fell m
I II i
lIe that ku
-" toilay. says powers to Purses. {Isnorancc i is : :::
defeat but during his :27! years' service -
I' iSTHnf heart liRhtwood sup- negotiate with the foreign envoys, ical cities ae
t' \ 'I'lHntiiy.any slzB desired conferred absolute I in the French armv..
r. i though by telegraph, are -
\ : .. :. to I). M. Merrill, Olive, Fla and i He has ben living; in New York, as that! Is the
'. competent i: Kodak whew he interested prominent men in trians ran be :; ; -
At the meeting of the provisional gov- I
;.4t t \lItIiIUl! furnltur" ov..r three ,eminent today the Umced States was represented 1 a project to form a colony of French I of the day. B> '[
I : I'i .,nr, old consist in got bureau Dodd of the Ninth i I. Huguenot m North Carolina. He says Trado at -' p.
', 'H.bsand. Apply to Harvey by Captain Manicuree. that hundreds of awaiting
., .\ !s. Tarragona, lldlmF' j infantry. All of the governments< have ;' are -I pia the : : -
Auieri i
entered into the plan exppt France, j I I favorably opportunity to seek wide and :\
':AIm .ilou-eholdturnltur&good asI I ioa to colonize. ;
.' ry :leap. Apply at SS West whose representatives msi-t that the Dressing Cases.Smokers' noted.
j.- ',, ....: drttf French territory shall be excluded from ;, I -
---- the rule of the commission appointed. : TAX BILL UP IN THE HOUSE' The
My place at brat( of LittloBaj '
f : Utiltiinp' H acres hind: 1 live. A number of subcommittees were appointed | Sets. 1 A man who
?.-. .. one two-room out house, lure 'II. lipsoliitlon to 1'revent Filibustering factory In :

a. a M-II": Alberta Peach trees ao Several high Chinese officials on being :i Favorably Krported. "The day ti
,1. 'rfi: half land under good wire I I -
'.: /I.n1'I"lIy located. I!, miles from asked expressed desire to n" it. Though Jewel Cases. .\TLST.Joc.. 10.-The house spent run was being ;

!::I: arK&in. J.C. Carter at L. t'rled- army officers have been appointed memo of the idt'riu\ resolution and I looked
most day -
.,:!' 3I'olm hers of tha commission, it is the desire ;,
I' framed by Mr. Toonirr of Ware designed pumpkin r lIIl"
of tho generals to make the rule civil as .
Infant :Sets.Shaving ;
inv: T' The most desirable lots In and \
r III easy terms by the Usher I'y I far as possible. I to prevent the filibustering tactics grinne-1

ill..!.. .' 1:. AgencyMi Snutta I'alatot Japan was i placed on the charity coainmue : I which! blocked business m the house deuce that '

11I"lm on account of the amount of rice j Hets.Photoriraph list Week. used iu : ( : ( .
she comnuudered in August, most of'' tetssiblY! !
WAN'I'In, The rf-olntion was referred to a cora- c-ept
..---- which, sue has.SOMERVILLE. I I nint !O and WHS immoi'iatt'ly reported primitive New : ; !:

n' '. .' 81'11010', reliable person in -- -- Sets { favorably. Af'rt u long debate! over the !mlo..titute:1S
"II >u to represent larsjicom- GETS DIVORCE'
J ,lanctal repututtonIIC'1'al. i mca-ure the house, adjourned! without latl'e!'. apples{ ( !

; liable' weekly; Ji per daY : He Is _\Attrtnlnl Drrnages.lgainst't:; ; i 1 having; reache! ate <'in it. The depot' with II :'H'3 I

ud;.. >.all..hLf\\ expense, no ci.:iniui stralxbt.'. "n: K.irl It .,,'II. \! (love Boxes. ,; bill will come u m t"m'I'row mnrniug.i ; of the sluff : I
i .U Htilurd.iy und expense I i i! The t3: >k bill +w.i taken ap mid the telling me the .r
< .1 rich wek Standard LOMKA, Dec. -Cxurge rfcmervillewa | firs two MM1110:1-. it were passed.i I
( il3ltl: \ "Craila- ;
Mnudtng. hicugn. divorce I rry
this m'lruic
granted a -
> ,: Handkerchief Boxes. i! :
\' 1t.1": ballad colored man wants against Scion Sotmrville and !:150: i, K'.lliir: sear ('l.inton. 1 1i :i' cranlienie.s; to :
'h \\Iua..r.'ort"r or cook, herm I the manner of '
it, .\gi: >\'<:Y. :7n: 1 Ito damages against; Earl Russell, with : i, CI.AMOAla Dec 10.-Jeff! Davis, fair .n t
Cravat goxe i I
AS'r; : All tiiin of empty \lUIUI whom the tend.uit! was accused of :i i a negro !boy, shot and killed another lie- oml red and J
*-1 1-.iyboUlri.. ri.A. IrRIiUIIIUlIt. Imuiii committed, adaltery. No defense i'! gro buy, Lee Cook, at Khrman's mill, I ten the other ,. t '
:0":1tr.l. I
was t meml auut; Mr. Somer- Brass: Novelties. near here It seen there h.1Ill1''lI bad I those will ; :

.:,. [D-Oll beer battles U.01J1'11't. ulie'a i ,'tition. J ft+ltl.n bftwicii them f.r some tmn i tie morality \ : .
t. ,. tyYtlylul. John Fr.mcis Stanley, Earl Husst, !! 1!! They won in a .tnrf whim a wordy con- ;: "The '. t.

,' Ils'Ip ".Hu..I. was married Marin: daughter; of tho : Celluloid Novelties tiwer-v took pbuv.uuu before Mr. Dun1 :1\'l'I'II; ..

-.- -, ----- ._-- lute Gt-org"; Cooke: d Cumtierlanil, lijicould pit from bvLind thecouutir I was cine a w(" :

1\ \ \\"II'-'(I toa..ll our cooN! byiiilt'nl S 'otlalld, April 13 last at He-no, Nev.Th I\ 1 to inane tlv m get oat. Jed fired the fa for a working: : :
\\ :, mitt retail lrnde.t ..shad bo'"u living fur -enI1l11l1olJth.* j they were :
-.a Hint only mmiiiltolurttic ; ; Leather Novelties' tal shut tho hind taking; tlTi-ct in the me
: world. I.Iberalabrry in Nevada when both had obtained de- I nigh: side "f tits I'M"1' near toe coruer of ; bill In '{ ;

1 an-UfX ;\11.;::. I...., S.IVHIIolniuxstlvr creel of di\uro? from their wift and hnsbiiud I I the month C..l'rYIll.: away the l.i\ur I

respiHjmvly the husband I being Silver Novelties.Iron 'j J jaw aud killing; Cuok in-intly. I $100 : : : :

11"\1! < I'_ I'UI' 1'eetu.t'ul.. Mr George; John: urn-mil.: I I I -
Earl: Kussell obuini-d. divorce from 1 Snre !:nn\Jh Tnl. I The reader

I F F'I Kr.NKKAI.S furnished his wife on th- ground of desertion, al Novelties. In one of I the I.rh'a'd.ool,; here In please! to .

., I 'auiuete, ::.oreprclal',1 West (d ir.'-slgneMareuo gnry; liJrhat site hat left him utarly ten town there Is a small boy who j is always I one ilrea-J-'d

Gild l 111I years agi>. Stationery: Novelties.: ', cheerfully miles behind! exerybody lia- b.'t'ii able
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The "L'C'U.1 Countess Ku"sell obtained
POI I.1'ItV.- her divorcs from Mr George John Som- el
trvilli' on the (mmndof duel tri'atmentthe I China Novelties lenriiiti: ;: d M-S not R:>|>isl ti him as br- i] (Cure i i- the ] ,
,. 'MB KIIIIWN 1 KCillUKNKStork : I It:1 thin:.: ap.rially i to l-c )lr, N'mtrulle !
and I'.iiK:: far mle.Willii wat mal rit'd to in Known to ;
r HardwnrxCo's. ...|.U .Aberl-en S utlall.i, July :;a, 1559.! hCl'lbl'l Recently the bather told te!: ( las in I
Gold Pens and Pencil I Catarrh bcin
I ;
r\ ,I'I ItY nt r. Corner's Poultry living with him Jnly 4, I'sOO. i conii>ositlon that on tie! next day c!:" I s

r. a ..!tlnl."f\plltsfnrUJ'JiI-II"rk\: Earl Ilu-ell and the new couut'.s arrived I, i would expect each i'f tl rin to be able <* Ire, (1'1 ill in's

: 'gx (';'chIn' Light Krnh- in England; May i. last On his Fountain Pens. to write a short aneedote. She ex- \h lIt. Hall's
h ,
\ mouth 1t4a'ks,
i-'lnnn iI\ internally :
I ". w\ndoiH. Call and brian's <*.. arrival he declared that he was long 1'1.11nl'.1'illa great: tare the meaning! 0tthe blood and ;

.N : Park, alit l>\st being surprised at anything his Frames,. and Pictures.: word anecdote:, ::111111ext day when < .&'tnm,
former wIfe did when told that a suit alleging -
(1' 'I' -'l.( > \V IH>-.. threatened., -. I she railed the class up to write all but elation the k
--- bigamy
wand -- - I the toward; went at once to work. patient !itl't.tI
T -- Cards.
: ; Christmas ;
t \ Floral LPNIgn9-
Iii' -n- or.l..rfod f->r cu'tom.
''1 Moreno, :X3 West Gr..gory, Dec. 11. Tho German foreign Kub?" asked tie teacher. ; its! w

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'IkI11Il New Year Cards.; :have so !
"I forjrct what an anecdote Is, said]
uth'ce makes the following statei ,
'I 1 i I i ''Pet'0t5that:
( 'III1'a'l'I'n'-'-. ( 'uun('11. Wa1derseeChat1'ee' Hob.: unilii-tuilit'il. i
", -.... --. -- w meat regarding the Calendars. hollars for .
"I rtnlaiiifd to you yesterday, Uob. !
"' Kugnew Agent K. U. lloff- cable cure. Send
)Iii incident, based on a dispatch just "
said the I
3.1 a -.UioMrnniBntstrt-rt.. Phonea'U and you ought to retnemUT ; Address :
received from Field Marshal Von NValderseo Booklet
."- tt-arl.er a bit out of patience. ",\n
Jeneral Chaftee Field
: lot wrote i
' anecdote Is a tale. Now write." "; ld ::
Il.tlltl/tti. Marshall Von Wal.lersoe a letter in a (9 ) by : ;
;> rough tone. Held Marshal VonVal. ; Kob bent over his slate and with Hall's
\ \/nH REIHaM-Manufacturer
\Ir reeeiveit. He returned mud twi of brow and writhing
- I L M"T la Hair (.00<1.. Hat*. Toilet' dersee refused to TOYS. >tus > .
) '-. 'M, Hair Oil,t'tc.I'II! W. Government Ate came to General Chaffee. The latter of lip grand out his task. When the

R r-t then wrote second letter apologizing blates were collected, his was at the -

1J'l.. nUCA'rlNAl...' whereupon for his Field objectionable Marshal Von expressions Walder-, '. !i very top of the heap. The teacher L I II .,1

picked it up, and this is what she read:: "
I sfo invited General Chaffee to breakfast I, Dolls.
Tai FLORIDA and the incident closed." i i ;, "Yesterday we Lad soup made from I .
the anecdote: of an ox."-'\ outh's Com- ,
-1( STATE SCHOOL ----- Iron Toys. ;
.\Antarctic{' Kxpeilltlon.CHKISTUMA : I panion.
DE fl\1: \K SPIlI' _. \ Tea Sets I )
: "'. n nu (....... 9. HlmrrTrr*.J....ry 1 I : 1>..c. 11.-Professor Nor- The Shoe and the "'oman.i I in

I'III'\1.1I.\T.JI.II. deu'k Holdc of the VnuerMtyof Up-,i hereupon I ventured to reason with I ; : -
'I tPL\54: | UR A TERM. ONLY JJ4.75.C. Rattles.Rubber. i
haiu has arrived here to make pre>arati the woman. :' : : '
>> L Hayu, Principbl.It his the antarctic 'I "
us for trip to region. Toys.Hocking "Your conventional immunities, I r I
;; 1 urged, "are not ruicpatible! with th!!
Horses. I I new rt'SMiisibiltes[ which you seek K, go
worked Urll.trail .
Deutllt'h.tredIthAs.tulton/ I assume. That Is where the shoe pinch'i -

;-. '. : the plan of it I'allrut. Doll Carriages. I i C5." .
-''aud with kind words d
: ATLANTA. Doc. 10.-On a warrant : The woman :save me a withering:
-! 'I, me late, a3 I Elhelderly Wheel Barrows:
: "i, friend. charging him with an iv"s.iult, Dr. John i j look. : .'
"Finches1: she exclaimed most scorn
1 t''r >'oun::!.sb woman. S. Thompson a well known dentist Child's Chairs. ,l ( :
fully. "It's a mile too !big: 1 soul 1 (
1 :..' a bl..III. He stays was arre,ti.d last mgiit. j t ,
i Doll Chairs. near two sizes smaller:
1 now trying: to ticureL 1! The assault i> of a very peculiar nature -' Oli. what a futile thing mere logs 1 I 1 ) : -

... .alter."-l nJitnlpoli" of the I ,
and is aid to have consisted Doll Hammock. seemed now!-I>utroit Journal. I .
doctor kissing a young girl for whom i I r-- ;

he d.nng dental work. : Doll Pianos. ( !
was i .\ Cllnrhrr.Old I> I'll ,
Early I... "f l'Ia.on.. e
when arrested vigor-j i
Dr. ;
1 Thompson 1
I.'UlpluYl.d In early Ranks.I ; Lov(>r-I know I am old enough: !:I f
1 intimatedthat" .
t oaJy denied the charge. .
r"i'rrght '
U grandfather, but, dar
ta my ;
:.ia\ ijrators; : taking them it migat be an attempt at blackmail jour TR ". < I', f ;
.\ and liberating: them I I' Kaleidoscopes. ling. 1 bare an immense fortune to be t'

< d at their distillation The warrant: was worn out by the I stow \l1'U1I you. ,. '

'use their! safe arrival young: lady bruthtr. and he ..nys'that : Magic Lanterns. Young: Ileart-I hesitate to answer. I .to..$

!- or erajilojers.: The the dtl<-:'\!'"shall :on'r'' ar tho hand of. Old! Ixjxer-Do not keep me in sus- High and Popular : 1

tlieni: in communlcat- th> law,T :nav'.ug t.i,eur.ch a liberty Tool Ches s. 1 pcn"e.' I have heart disease, and under Esteem.

.. ',,or In wartime. wits histisvr.Mix : excitement I am likely!;: to de: at any 1
i >.l Kwith the affa'.r is a bill ,, Drums. moment. Endorsed by the patron lint: of .

-d a !'or>thin ; and which! i. il t:1<' for work: .done i the girl'szetu. '.i Young Heart-Then I will be yours. ,) Chri-tma tide, as well a-i by thou- I ;

-. ;tic !sppltcati>u forN Tae brother say'si.t"r that it was :I Steam Toys. ., + \ ,, 'C i .1' ands of iu consumer, A. B. C.: JloR .
Dev' wh"U he was giving; his moneto temian beer '
the ,
original: r niairtdiiH its
A cold cough or )la grippe can be"nitped 1 proud i
\s tie bill that he learned of the alleged Paper Doll t J.iJI iI
Hazl calve a veil pay r position ainongthe best beers known
in the bud" with a doe or I Ia
.0'r pill and skin rli*- as,;aalt. and Dr. Thompson: says II FOLEVIIONE TAR. vfi r f J to the lovers of good, honest, alwavs- t
', of the matter i Gun. two of \ AND t
the bouoni Toy
the bill! is at the-
withnut ame beer. Too '
orts leiiviiip big for stock-
a i
Beware of substitutes.V.. A. D'Al-
the 'ji
r. >f counterfeit Ihr. and that he has tried long to get i I Horns.Christmas etcberte. in?, a case nf A. B. C. beer is DO load i! "

:"iJut')' Kahn, John money and failed. Toy r for old Kris; Kriude.;
Who i ysth'at you can't ,
Tree Ornaments.
,TI' -- De Witt'iI Little Early Risers are get a first class meal in a V. J. VIDAL !
11100.The few i
next they ne\'ertiit !
( much i money for you, il, dainty little pillbut !! Stoves. restaurant in Pensacola. ; s r r

\!e,4 j.,.- a' 'L 'ncrea piece\ of real rapidly estate with now th,,: I to lions cleanse and the invigorate liver remove the obstruc-system. i i Prices are all Right Try one at The New Cordova :; rY DULEU IK WiltS, LIQUORS&, CIGiE?, IK. .r,1). ,

Trios If the city. Consult with' Hargfe' Pharmacy, Sidney! Kahn, and be convinced; fIf t5, ; Cor Government and Tarragona, t' I I 1

"ttetneats., C. Watson & Co about! :UolinSbeppard. ''Tlie Stock Immense! : only 50 cents. (a .,. ..r PHONE tai I II


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THE DAILY NEWS : I commodate the commerce they now rl I ALL RIGHT IN BISCUITS- --I I No Right to r IiDeu. I zZ ISSUED BY THE -

have, not te mention any increase. : The women who is lovely in-face,inl InP3
Entered at the Post Office at Peniacol, !: Bat a Poor Medicine : will always have
The modest demands made in be form and temper
_ yUk.a.teoondclass matter : half of Pensacola upon the public Common soda is all right in its friends, but one who would be attractive 5% EQUITABLE
Owec: PUt Buildinnu So- th Fai- place and indipenableinthe kitch- must keep her health. If she
OS street,op-it&lri. 1:: treasury for harbor improvements'are 5 en and for cooking and washing pur- is weak, sickly and all run down she JO
-I I upon a different footing from i poses, but soda was never intended will be nervous and irritable. If she
k, rUBLIdHED BV those required for other ports, and I for medicine and people who use it has constipation or kidney trouble, MJ LIFE ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY ij
THE NEWS PPBLISHIhtt 00. hence they should cot be subjected I as; such will tome day regret it. her impure blood will cause pimples, 20- YEAR Cj
The common use of soda to relieve blotches; skin eruptions; and a .
Terms-lnvarlably in Advance. to reduction to the extent of a single! ; heartburn and our stomach is; a wretched complexion. Electric Bitters S OF THE UNITED H.'
One Year by Mail. .-.. 00 dollar. The people of Pensacola: and I I habit which thou-ands of people is; the best medicine in the

Bll Three: Month Months "" . J 150(II the region tributary to it will not t practice, almost daily, and one world to regulate stomach, liver and GOLD BONDS) Assets. $280.000
ODe Month --..- .- *\ complain-as they have not-of large which ii fraueht with danger, soda kidneys and to purify the blood. It wj unl-'
One Week.by Carrier, payable Monday 10 !gives only temporary relief and in gives strong; nerves, bright eyes,
appropriations; made for other ports,,, the end the stomach trouble gets smooth, velvety skin, rich complextion. : [ .525252525"25'252s-j SUrplUS, 61 .00 I I W ,
THE WEEKLY NEWS: because of the necessity there exist worse and worse. It will make a pood-looking, t
atl.co which does not t The soda acts; as a mechanical irritant charming woman of a run-down in-
Published every Frldayl per. year ing, fortunately,
roatalte tree exist here; but they will protest 1 and bowels to the aud walls cases;of are the on stomach record emberte.valid. Only oO cents at W. A. U Al- Will' Naturally Conaiid Ik Highest t Jlml ; i ; ,

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against being subjected to the same J -
TELEPHONE NO. 118. where it accumulates in the intestines -

idtertising Rates Furnished on Application. suspicion extravagant claiming,, causing death by in3amraaj nun: LIST 01' FLOWKKS. Being Backed by
that may result in the reduction ol 1 j tiou or peritonitis.; Shipped from Roseinont! Gardens

the estimates. made lor other. ports the Dr.safest Harlandson and surest recommends:= cure for sour as of Montgomery!Exclusive by )(i-s Violette The Strongest t Life Company io tile,1\\ r
LA6EL t ---- ----- ------"--- stomach (acid dyspepsia) the daily Moreno, Agent: } ; ,
UNION American Ilesuties,11:: to $I.50 per "
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY use after meals of an excellent prep-
Take LatativefromoQulnlneTablets.! All i aratlon, sold by druggists under the dozen. ---
druggists refund tbe money if it fails to, name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.Thesetabletsare Other roses, $l.Oto1.73; per dozen.
I l cure, \\iron"5 signature Is on each Carnation- 75; cents per dozen. KNOWLES BROS. Gen
large 20 grain lozenges ,
box. "a.I"II'1H!
Chrysanthemum, ?;.J 50 dozen.
FENSAOOLA.DEC. 12. 1900.m pleasant to the taste and con per ,
Prices to
subject change.
I si'MUY: '1 EInXGi taining the elements natural necessary peptones to and good digestive 32Wct: Gregory street.Phone ;30 ) s. })alafox St., PEXSACOLA.FU.Also ( .

a Ox the ground that Porto Ricans i : Of the Elim .ociaiion, to be Held I digestion and which all weak: stomp 3t.: -n3w: .
1 are citizens of the United states,' | nth Oak Grove Chun'h. Commence achs lack.Stuart's. Place Fire Insurance at.. Lowest! Rates is Fint-Lss: .
the bureau of immigration has or- Dyspepsia Tablets; used Everything on wheels,
1 irg on Saturday, Dec. JI!>, at 10 a. III. regularly after meals digest the food
s i dered the admission of a lot of laborers -
with without rubber tires THE
I'ROiiBAM: promptly and thoroughly before it EVERYBODY :
l from that island en route to has time to ferment and
sour poison
work on the sugar plantations of 10 a. m. Devotional exercises, by the blood aud nervous system.: 'at J. 11. Hilliard <$5. Co's. .> L.t e f JAlston. Choicest Grocenes

Hawaii. If this sort of thing goes D. Merritt.. Dr. Wuerth states; that he invari- ,
on, the vexed question as; to whether I What is the chief object of a, ably uses and recommends Stuart's \ IUl TKMI'KK: CVIIKI.
Dyspepsia! Tablets in all forms of R TH1.
.the constitution follows the Hag" : Christian life? T. W. Pickling andothers i stomach derangement and finds Said a lady to hr druggist recently, .
"my husband is; the most amiableman
will be fully decided before the supreme them a certain cure, not only for on the face of the earth and up
court gets; a chance at it. II. What is the most successful[ sour stomach, but by causing j to about a month ago, he wa the ( 1 est "
plan to carry: on the mission work: prompt digestion of the food they croej-t, thing I ever" saw." "I am I@ $2 } JJlalile MI Iji> : ,

I'AIIET Koo/, who was brutally within the bounds of our association? create a healthy appetite, increase very glad to hear it," said the dispenser ,
W. :\Agerton and others.; ilesh and strengthen the action of ofpillV'but what has caused < .. r .. ....., \J
hazed at the West Point military 2 p. m. What disposition should a i the heart and liver. {this wonderful transformation of I ) '""- ...,, -': A'I TH:
academy some weeks ago, ha since church make oft member who sel- They are not a cathartic and contain deposition?" """dl." said the !I (J>::."' r jr-,. n ", .
died from the results of the treatment dom attends church and die not: no violentdiur% but are intended ]lady ''my hll"b.IIcI:1... a chronicdyspeptic ,,, i ? 1 .J'i/* rvpT; llllllltllll'l i rsTvrvlil'ftfl .0 '''''..,
0'3. f WLSTO ||
the E. for stomach diseases and 'tll'n.
Ad. only
help support gospel : time he ate 1 r
he received at the hands; of every something -
kinson and others, faulty digestion, and generally acknowledged | he would sutler: !life \va= a1 I 12.l : 8eakfas( )\ AND PRESEFVFS
those whom he was entitled to regard 3t.,. How should! the association i to be the most reliable ]burden to him ; that't what made' ;::"::: ,.;.rOO r : ?
as comrades.; At lea t. such is consider a church that remains tao i cure for any stomach trouble except (so cw-". He took two bottles of'mitl'iI ', f'i J:: 'j .: "'. "\ TH1"fe f
the statement made by his father years patorlfs, and has a large cancer of the stomach. ]:-; Hepatica. and he is well, -1; : ::: ::j'i .C./ >
from information received from him, membership? He, J. H.McAnually Stuart'e Dysp >p-ia Tablets now j has not said a cross word in a month. : ( _; :: '.. : Mos t 1 """ar '"';!ililivXid : ..:
and others. enjoy an international reputationand .'
That Smith Hepatica medicine i is a .
and from his condition on reachinghis 7:00. Discuss; the fact, and someway popularity and are sold by druggists > c'1" \ \ )
good thing, you can recommend it. :: ; ',. )\ \ !;.. \1. ., (iounv
home after having resigned. It to remedy, that there are so i i ; everywhere in the United ------ : ; -I -;
the managers of that and other few preachers in our associationRev. States, Canada. and Great Britain.. r'-!% ''-iJ .4i.1wrtye Oil 1Xn": I
J. L. Bryars and other -- -- J. ,11[. Milliard $ Co. employ -
schools unable unwilling to
are or
Sunday: 9:15 a. ni. Devotional exercises Counterpanes nicely laundered for only union labor and .\1
abolish this barbarous practice, by R. J. Bowman. Sunday lc; each. New Method Laundry. THE
i then each tudeat who goes; for his school mass-meeting. ---. ---- use only union material. FIVEMltfI7.EBreakfast n5 n u q

# matriculation should duly arm him- 1 II :tltl a. in. Mi-sionarysermonby: The best of order will be maintained They build everything on Food MHMUB & tffllW
Rev. J. T.
and no objectionable! parties ,
eelf and attend to his own defense i wheels.
2:13; p. m. Preaching, by Rev.. allowed it the Citizens' Band ball '
against the savages whoare theoretically H. FOR. SALE BY .
McAnally. Thursday night.;:: :Ks-CO: WRIl.H .
to be developed into "gentlemen P. M. PRITI-HETT, Clerk. Counterpanes done up for loc each. Roberts & Dailey.
t :\ewIethod Laundry. TELEPHONE ISG
of the
army. .
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Among the tens of thousands who : --- -

r IVnsacoIa'u supremacy. have Remedy used for colds Chamberlain's; and la grippe; Cough during ( f ) : ; '
f Tilt NEWS referred i day or two the past few years, to our knowledge !. Holiday Millinery \l ) tr.t r) VIJ 't ) .r1t;);

*go to the expressions of Rear Admiral not a single case has resultedin .; .j\UfJli 't\.Jj" ta :l.J"' @ .

: Farquhar and Admiral Crown- pneumonia. Tho. Whitfield & TO GORegardless ( '..... .. ... ..1 '.......... ... .
Co., 240! t Wabash avenue, Chicago -- --- -- .
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inshield, chief of the bureau of navigation > of Cost _. .- -
1 one of the most prominent retail -- -
concerning: the conditions druggists; in that city, in speaking '> ,
existing in Pensacola harbor* compared this, says: "We recommend Cham- AT \ ,/ :T \ THAT A FECHHEIMER-FI8HEL SUIT ALL

with those at New Orleans. berlain's Cough Remedy for la grippein ti Bowersruse's. 4 to put on without any fuss or loss ot
cases, as it not only ; .
Their decision adverse to the sending prompt many and complete reco"eQbut gives L 2I: time is precisely as good as stylish, and as

tj: of a portion of the North Atlantic ,: also counteracts; any tendency of li nicely fitting as a made-to-order suit that you
squaJron to New Orleans for grippe to result in pneumonia." For
i t Mardi Oras, and their suggestionthat sale by dealer Hannah Bro,;. and all medicine We Strive toKeep ( have to pay almost as much again for.

,t ; one or two torpedo boats mightbe ._.
--- Well.
ordered there, has incensed the Barbara 1'rielchic. you '''''''0 .J'''' ''; It is true, and many of

; 'I Picayune, which gives vent to its It is an old, but ever true saying, Consumption, Bronchitis. ;your friends have found it out to their everlasting .:

I disappointment in the following that "All the world loves a lover," Diphtheria, and all J satisfaction. We show Full Dress and Prince ;. "
emphatic: language: and never did a dramatist conceivea '
Albert Suits too and all the et ceteras of Correct
love throat and
t. According to recent advices from \\ ah prettier, or more engrossing lung troublescan j ,

I r- ington, the navy department send no story play, "Rubua.Frietch'ie.than they of Clyde." Fitch's which be prevented besides i Dress Attire, Manhattan Dress Shirts. Shirt Protectors ,
f large vessels New Orleans daring theearnriat. ; '
column Tbectliclals of the department Charles Prohman will present here warmth and Neckwear Gloves, Patent Leather Shoes.
profess to tear that would be at the opera home Saturday night insuring com- .'. :

f to unsafe pass for through the larie South battleships Pass and to tbl'rl'111 attempt with that actress always Ellie welcome Ell-ler and. in the delightful fort, by using either the "r eFit You From Top to Toe ''

title role. This play ran last season Frost Lead
i 1* no cruisers available. The department King, Queen,
for over 150 performances at the
offeM, bower to Pt'nd
t'r. one or more torpedo -
boats. Criterion theatre. New York and er Klondike, Alaska, Pea

i't veil The for Picayune the carne believes ai msociaUons that would to cease be as all the its production completeness will be and given beauty here for in ry or Hudson Chest Pro *! J 0 H N W HIT N E *i \

,taIi their efforts to secure the presence of a na- the company will not leave here that tectors-in Chamois vests
t cal vessel during the carimal. .\ little ni?ht. therefore there will be no occasion THE SUCCESSFUL CLOTHIER, '
'2 boat to huiry or curtail it. and pads. Prices and stylesto
..\ torpedo would scarcely do the AtmTi- .
-- -
i.4 ran navy credit side I.y side with big ships 205-207 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. PENSACOLA.
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+} v 1HI t About thattimeandpeopleofNewOrleans, grand, but Skin Eruptions rob bill:l and be com
Stir who ha\eal"'a>s had warm feelingfor life of joy. Buckleu's Arnica Salve.
j'r i navy, wouU regret to see it play a secondary cures them; also Old, Running and fortable. Call and see the
part in the presence of foreigners. A Fever Sore, Ulcers, Boils, Felons
4 little torpedo\es'fl would scarcely lie out Corns, Wart, Cuts Brui-es, Burns. different styles and pat- LEWIS BEAR & COe

". in the stream and tied up at a large;; dock it Scald*. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, terns atV.. T. Green'sDrug
would cut sorry figure. It wouU by all Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out
odd be better not to send here Pains and Aches. Only 25:: cts.! a
ship this
i :' :r year if a large one cauuot he sent. It there box. Cure sruaranteed. Sold by W Store, 37 South Pal- ---.-. -. .-....-..... -.---.-. . . . . . .. ,
aN were any prospect of a flotilla of live or Sit .\. D'AIemberte. afox. Also an elegant line
---- ----- have LIQUOR DEPARTMENT
We having
torpedoboatseotningitmtght: uedinVrent. recently enlarged our ,
I but there 11 at>_cutely. no prospect of that. Special ?leering:. of Christmas goods.
It It better therefore, to l?t the matter There will be a special meeting cf accepted the Agencies of a great many Foreign and American LUJUOI

drop. the Chamber of Commerce tonightat Fi im
In a previous issitethe Picayune, o'clock.

'p' j ; discussing the necessity for the improvement -- HAS'\ E; yor We are in a position to offer such goods at prices that will compete
of Southwest Pass, as a Take your bet girl to the military
ball at the Armory New Year's eve.If with any market.Old .
; sub-titutefor the Eads jetty sytem .
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in the youth Pass An Idea of the Things
estimates the
cost you want the best cigar on the
ol such a work to be in the neighborhood market ask for Columbia. Kruegei Von Need For
i> of five million dollars per & Kugleman, Agents a.'ltf! CIlIUSDl.s.Thinz5 (Junker, A .;-,tilrfr Mantel.

i ; annum. for an indefinite number of NEATLY-- --TRIMMED- -- CHIL you want to RYE |i Guckenheimer Parole BR'U"nI I : ,:Star Hennexm '

years.The DREN'S HATS, ALL SILK TRIMMING give-things you need hunterS(171' ]Hanili .'iI /
cost of maintaining a depth of FOR $1.50, AT FALK'S for the right ob-erv- _' _"

thirty-three feet of water over the MILLINERY. ance. tfuppo-e as i Garnet, 'Marie Jrizur <\ / '_ I
W I I I8lE8 I[
bar at the mouth of Pensacola harbor :
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many of you do-expect .. tI ijtijR I Annise'tr.Maraschino .
has; not exceeded, and is not likelyto OYSTKU S n'I' TO-MGIIT.:
to entertain- Melrose.Chesterfield I Ci".ifentlie. .-
exceed one.fifth of the sum estimated The Star Restaurant, 3-J9: South don't you find it a ,
for New Orleans. The distance Palafox street, will serve oyster .
pleasure to be ?
from the outer gulf to deepwater soup at 10 cents a plate from 7 to 9 ready Bourbon.
o'clock to-night. Orders served "-
on Miunm's Chami '

is less; within than five the mile harbor, a
distance of about one hundred milesat The Vienna Model Bakery goodscan ; Fam n5 John Je War j' Sons', pagne

New Orleans. The cal':1city-in East Government he had from street.C. Stewart, 5cS Formed if allowed n'rbl"\o; Duncan McXab j- Co.'t.Gates' I i I Paul Clermont .\ '"
now $C'M'l t eS S. WI [
water equal} to or excet'dingtbe __ -- French Claris n '
to wait, are apt
depth of water on the bar-of our Look out for yourself, and the future I
to become confused. Sauterne
harbor, :h compared with that of of your family by securing a Canadian Malt. t / '
substantial life insurance If you come now- Rye I Luchman fyJacoh1 /11'
New Orleans, is about as ten thousand ,
without delay, from Tho C. Watson and if you're wisa form I If'i/',.
to cue. The wharfage facilitiescapable a ___
: Co., who represent one of the b{*t you will-you'll findSuggestions.
of practical and permanentdevelopment life insurance; companies in. exi<- .

in this port are equalin l tence. -- --- A l Tlldl( anl! : *: Jtye Famous Setylitz Beer, vutyiel? made //niu/aulee\ ( Famous./ ;<
extent and otherwise if no: ;u

I perior, to those of any other southern NOW IS YOl'R CHANCE IF Evansville Brewing Co.'s Bottled Beer.

ll 1 These comparison are not made in NEVER PRICE MISS OI.OWTHATYOUWILL THE MONEY. 1I1 The World-Renowned Steedman 5-cent Cigar.The .

any malicious or improper spirit, Carefully gathered

but for the sole purpose of directing from the best maker. All-Havana El Principe De Gales Cigar.

public attention. and the attentionof No Gripe PainOr gladly shown at yourconveoier.ee.
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the federal congress, to the differ and the
ence between tbe actual probable discomfort no irritation of the intestinesbut co-t to you is no more ]]'c call the attention of Buyers to the abore list, erery article of w h ;/

cost of the maintenance of efficieu gentle,prompt thorough made a reputation for itself.Lewis
than the
bt'.1ltbtul cleansing, when you take : ordinary.
harbor facilities: here, and in other

ports-which must demand Hood's Pills
enormous B. Gerson. Eear & COlit'
in order 't ,
appropriations to ac- Sold by a:! Credits. 25 rents

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three great buildings erected by the I entertainment In progress which will

national government' for the shelter of : appeal to their love of muskal art.
P ranAmerican Outlook. Its extensive exhibits gathered from all I The Music; Temple is will along to- BUGGIEST! H HWe i

departments. On the extreme: left are ward ('oIl'pldion. Its architecture Is: a

. : the Forestry and Mine, Horticultureand free treatment of the Spanish Kenals- r
Graphic Arts lIuiltlincs.t the lance it being: octagonal in form, with :: ------_ .

northeast corner cf the Esplanade and pavilions at the ('01 ners. The grand have recently replenished our Stock of Vehicle and can offer an
Court of Fountains is the Ethnology entrance is at the corner of the Esplanade .
Assortment including
building, and on the opposite corner Is and Court of Fountains, the .
The Big Exposition Promises to I the Temple of Mu*-leext north, on I spacious! courts upon which most of

the right, is the Manufactures and Lib- the principal buildings of the Exposition Traps, Surreys, Buggies, (Wagons, Etc.,- t
('ralrts building and on the left the have: their frontage. The cornice

Exceed All Expectations. ; Machinery and Transportation buildIng. and balustrade are of elaborate composition In Great Variety of Style at the VERY LOWEST PRICES; also a '
; North of the Mall, on the right.: lath the latter bearing: names familiarto "

i iI .' Agriculture: building and on the the musical world The interior of Full Line of Harness to Suit each Vehicle. -
I left the Electricity building.; lu the the temple will be particularly fine In '
center is the Electric Tower. In the Its sculptural and color decorations.The .
Exhibits From All the States and Countries of the northeast corner of the grounds I is the: exterior of the building! will be $j .See our Stick-Seat Open Driving Wagon-9

Stadium, with its large intrauee built ornate in architectural features and

Western Hemisphere-More Than a Scoreof Ing (Z). Opposite, on the west side of I groups of sculpture( designed to illustrate -
I the I'laza, Is the huge: entrain to the the purpose! and character of the

Great Buildings to Shelter I Midway.-- -On the.north is the 1'ropy building. A dome whose crown Is 1311 JHtlliam lolpou & Ion.

the Displays. I .. ... ." _R_.

!, +w wiiat

.' I' AmiTh-an Imposition at''! the .-ourt3 of any former exposition, I, "THE FAVORITE"

z tin suiniiur of l:M'l and, on account of the unusual area, '
'r log, hut beautiful In greater: opiHiituulty Is ;glmi for datHJ- '

'.. .II will excel every similar L rate and hen utifut dl'eJrati lIll. 1 tlGw+t PllLD : Grocery and Provision Store. '
II!.,' history of In all
- the world. the court are t-j !III \large pools / .> .
I Ij. .
\S1 **/>TSJ? TTTV-
.I j.:: ",ms; its waits will lie the Into which lKiutifnl cascades and wonderful !

rting! ran IK. easily 1'1 fountains w Ill! throw their crystal C. H. GONZALEZ & SON 1 :
I G: ('n.I lnl. System and orltlI l- streams. To th<' water featureswill : I

( I-a.'I! : ,'lu'I. be aJ.lt..1 the: garden ,'IT.><:ts. Those |!i I 1J E1 208. Fa.a rox, .- JPIIOM.O: 202.

. pan! shows a plot comiirisrroiu will comprise! large sunken gardens, v___ _""" ....
: .... north to south with formal wU!: of rare and beautiful''i w utzi .
I r9 rust/ The Best Selected Stock of Choice Jooils =
I t $ i 1f I r;w ,

:-: ltlt II I i.'I l_ q.LMIW M. "Domestic and Imported!) in the City.

I Everything; Suitable Necessary for Holiday Family Stores.

i I,,, L / { \ t tt t Christmas Goods !

I o.'J'o

I I i7 P O S T O L E' s ,

j II u.m
I I 216 (youth Palafox-Opposite I'o tomce.I .

I 6 I Fine Fruits, Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Etc.,


, Chocolate Drops, 20 cents a pound Jelly Oum Drops, :!& pent a pound.
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Marsh Mallows, 2i cents a pound.
Ire about a mile and a fiow'ers, and many plants of a highly I I
," : (I "III' east to tt eat halt. curative character will be iliiphijinlthrou !> y ) \
::1'ulIl.. are situated la thei ;;hutit the courts. The grounds 4 .
J i of I'.ulTalo and are rav I outside the main group of buildingsare ; I I J -----v--- I

: either direct or liy transfer also to be richly adorned) ) with horticultural II "Fine as Silk"Are
and tloral features The hor
the electric car lines cou- II A1 ty1
the cltj's perfect street inili ticultural exhibits: to which about seven I yn v d
; : eu7o.
.., the Handsome New Vehicles Turned Out
(In the nurthcrn aide are acres are detotcd !lu the southern I I : a.ltlr.YJIyMYOI.LrY by
Cl'ntl'all of the grounds, will contribute w
'if the :\l'rUI k part I
to which the _strain rail-I much to the tll'l'OI'3tlt'tT't.. In this I .e..Y11Y1t t 1 ll MW174,a,,+ .'l rI I ? J. M HOWELL
t .iz Buffalo will have aceess exhibit will be OUT "><<\\\1> beds, many of i ,

- j Imposition.:: The southern them! containing hundreds of plants of tI

f if tli"' grounds: Is a \part of Del- a !'inle'arlet; of tioweis. Manufacturer of ''I.! .
I1 and contains a lake of Ir- The exterior walls of all the buildings I iI

1 t '0:;'. ape wore than half a mile : of the Exposition: are to be of VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS i
t i ate l by letter I' on thef stall All cornice, corners window I '

} I' ;111. This part of the KxpoM- openings" and entrances are receding Itr : FROM A LOU CART TO A RACING BULKY. !JFnotovy Ji
elaborate adoiumeiit in modeled .re rri i
j alreadyory beautiful the very i
plastic woik. This ornamentation is I ri [T j r T: rtiicl Slioiifc OM. O i-cloix: JBtiroot.
Kuttalo having spent\ many .J'I
I-.1:1 '
. Is .t il illars in \planting shrubs and of a far Inure tlalmrate and intricate MM I REAR OF MASONIC TEMPLE. PHONE 7. "'4* 4It t'1

>- '.fmy rare species trod in pio1 character than heretofore used on anyexposition. -- _
1 t-ffett that give tit I The loofs of all the buildIngs i! a I you don't believe it, take look at one of the New Freight Floata t
:: te .I! lauilicajH'lienutiful ta from every are to bf of red tile and the outer I lira, or monumental entrance, and be- 1'1'1'\ above ;grade and whoso interior Is just 111tiswdforE.E.Nutliders6lCa.andmthers.! : They Defy Competition '
a > I Ii
: ", f\ ,-\v.i walls are to be painted in harmonious I I jond this the great building but wcnt-I brilliant with golden tints and other Repairing Horseshoeing Rubber Tires. :1

,. :an! southern entrance of the I colors, giving a Casa pleasing effect to J ly found to be necessary for trau"plr-\\ ru h hues pives. an imposing finish tothestruettue. I ,
the tation exhibits: : and, forming : Star sbapelwlndotvsIn f -

t t 'If'. ;i1I:- 'tiwill!.i. the is on Mll'rt lie Lincoln the I beautiful 1'arkway the left, Al-in-as: eje.This In Lxiwsition point of will original stand sculptuie.preeminent this new, the buildings splendid, one railway devoted station.to dairy Two I thc light drum to the of 1:1r:the auditorium.dome admit! abundant This will PROFESSIONAL OAEDS. ijl I IDr. =(GOLA= "I

I of products and the other to agricultural; seat 1ael: persons. and with the additional -
There will be than 1-3 I
t.' :.,,Ar allay 7tiug: ; upward built of of white$: ItO.marI ( magnificent original more works by groups some 0 machinery, are being erected, but not seating capacity' afforded in the / areellus /IG) <5reary.1 Grist and Corn Meal Wills, i
I shown in the plin. The live stock display balconies fully l.mnj persons can be accdinniod.ited. -
i "' gift/ : Jrltllllwht'lIIe is under the personal is east of the Manufactures( and The decoialions! of the W. F. GONZRLEZ 4 CO., Prop s, I
per'proof; direction of Karl Hitter, who was in LllIl'ralrts building.! In the southeastern iuteiinr will illnstiate such subjects a- Physician and Surgeon I I .
the grand divisions of :Music, Oratorio, Manufacturer.CHOICE !
of the grounds are the
d C1u the right Uf charge; : of a <-:!!uilir work at the "'orl 's part Residence 11 West I.aKua.
to art. ; Six Grand; ,('ia, Symphonic Music, etc .: .
State and Foreign buildings, the Op Telephone No. ,1
t'ulumbinn! Lxpositiou at Chicago.; MEAL AMI rUUEGHOUND
:ar ifiil nehoatbuus and .hl'l- Nations Indian exhibit, the Philip- The sculptor) will typify such subjectas Office, IVAl"mt>..rU Building WJ HontL
-- .. Palafox Htreet. Phone :74.
---- STOCK FKKD.: .
1 Pines, Ordnance ana 1'orestry exhibit,. I religious music, l lyric music, gay j
r The exhibits to lie made at the Pan- miHie, heroic music etc. I Patronize Horn Industry, for there U f
American Imposition: embrace every The great organ for the Temple of every reason you should buy your Meal and .I
I F. M. WILLIAMS Stock heed from the Home Mannfaetnref,
r,_ line of human effort. They have 'been M lisle, which! is . is un, fur by no doing you encourage borne Indui- 1,
I v- classified as follows: I h'Ctrl'alf'hlll( d'>r ('niislrm lion by Emmons: : Howan!: I try. > money is left la the com m unity
and you in turn are Indirectly beD.IUe4.
-.- cry anti Appliances; l'illtrt,;: I'aim- V Sun, and 1 already there Is much: CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, fostering the bomn manufacturer you q.

-- ; in;, Sculpture and Decoration; Graphic .':I "ntl'Snlllfl the leading organists: s: I I contribute It tot7'communllyInwhich to the cause of labor.you You live owe and !
--V I ArtTjimgiaphj', Lithograph; ;; of the Fnited States to have this privi, Estimate Promptly Furnished on which contributes LO your iupport.
I P.ookbiiidin. of it during: the Exposition. : of All Kind ..
Hrawlu!;, Engraving: ami ; lego plav: ing: upon Buildings
G LIIJl"nlrts: Education Engltieerimg: Two recitals by prominen, W. T. GORDON & CO.,
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Public Works, hygiene and Sanitation, exponents of this branch of musical ts I I
('Constructive Architecture, Music and art will be given each day. Concert; WEEKLY: SCIIISDULE Heal Estate and Short Time Loass

i .1rc'ba'oingr the leading instrumental orgauiza.
the Drama; Ethnology, ; FOR STEAM DIVISION
Agriculture, r iods and \cl'c""ri.s, |, toms of America and Europe will lpiveu ',. 8 SPECIAL[ AIHRIIOI! Gift! 10 COUICIIOXS.
Agricultural: Machinery and Imple every day during; the progress 01 t PENSACOLA KLKCTIUCTEKMINALUA1LWAY
ments. Dairy 1'roducts Appliances; the E\K; | >sitiou in the Music Tcmpli te COMPANY. 109 East Government .Street

I Horticulture, Viticulture, I'loriculturc; i :and from the baud stands: in the PlazaIsplliJa" Trslnt leave Pennacolk for the LIttle Opera louse Budding
l Live :Stock: : Horses, Cattle, h"l'p.wlnt' : and other parts of thirounds. .-\ and Bayou Fort, Big ttarranca lIayou,Warrlogtoo at Navy yard PENSACOLA, FLORIDA-

t Poultry awl Pet Stork; Porestry :: In connection with the subject i el;a.in. ... ... Tana.mTAO : -
I and Purest Products; PMierieV of music at the Pan-American 1 iposlliiin a,m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 7: loiJO) a.m.arrive at Kort harrancas IO:" a.m
li Fish Products nn.lpparatus; Mines mention should be made o f 110 p,m.arrive at Kort Barranca l:4 pms KodolDyspepsia
and Metalluigy; Machinery, :Manufactures. I the notable attractions to n.usic lover 8:10: p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancaa 4.15pm '
arrive at Kort Barranca 110 ipm
ftUSp.m. )
I Yes VehicleOrd tn provided at the great Saengerfes t'
Railways, >tls :OOp.m, arrive at Kort BarraDca. 8t6 p.m .
nance; exhibits fiom states and countries of the North American Saenwrbum; ]1:, Trams leave Fort Barrancai for heal*.
of the western h'mi.phl rl'. which will! open in Buffalo ou :Monda;.I. I cola at w

fz_ .....3- ( S_BU1l OJlliG'3 One of the chief architectural features evening!!, June "I: ]' ol. T:5i 1:4": a.m.a. m.arrive arrive at at I'onsacola rentacola _, 1:158.11:1111 a.11 m Cure :
___ P4"'O\IUlllt..W'I CAPOSITIOfI at the Tan-American Exposition: :No: feature of the Pan-American Ex. 11:00 p. m. arrive at Penaacola.?__!!:i5p.ro
:::00 p.m. arrive at Feniacola __. :2:45 p.m
will be the splendid Temple of Music.: imsition will I be of more imiiortanci e 6.HJp m arrive at PIIDlacola 5.45 p m Digests what you eat. .
This will be the center for musical interests than the exhibit of mines and metal,. I T.oop.m.arrive atl'enssoois..7:45pm5ttp.m.arrtveat
I It the food and aids
Peneaoola.Yipp.m artificially digests .
to- at the great All-America im Iiirgy. The I building to be devoted ti J I I .SaturdayeonlyR .
'ttt of Nature in strengthening and reconstructing
Buffalo. Owing the nearness Niagara: I
w .d of ;
by city of f
exhibits i is o
position. Music lovers will naturally I these one a group < FARE rod WEEK DAT8.
the exhausted digestive
Ciuacin1\ lake Tails, with its unlimited power, the or
tile the
bridge: between wend their way to this building wry three magnificent; ; structures'!, arrange J' Peniaoola to Fort Barrancai and mo rn 4.'c 'an5. It Isthe latestdiscomeddigeit
|:'j I' :North Hay, the New York large area of the courts and the arrangement soon after arrival upon the ::rouud". I, in the form of horseshoe, at the west,_ | Peniacola to Navy Yard and return." eta ant and tonic. No other preparation
Beach and : "
these to Palmetto return lic
:' about Pentaoola
the buildings
k Ming may be seen on the north and both here and from the bandstands I ;rn boundary of the Esplanade.: Tb<,e I I c...') approach it in efficiency. It in
"f tl.,' ba\. also Is of white courts, it has been made possible to 8U5DAT ICHIDCDI. #
This .
in the great I'splannJe: and m Mines bmliliiig! tie southernmost o r Leant Peniaoola. LT Fort Barrancai. !stonily relieves and permanently cures
tart:... treproof and a permanent pre!'eut an electrical display far more the Plaza they will always find some i group :111-1 is connected with thFANAMCRtCAN ,e 8 a. m. 10 a, m. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn
tsl:",nre, It will be devoted, after the i elaborate and grand than any before 11 a. m. 11 m. Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
t1-: ; n. to the uses of tile ISuffalo I coueeUed. Sopie 5,0 horsepower and 1 p. m. t if.p.m.I m.. Sick Headache,Oastraljria.Crampsand!

ni--: al i vdet\'. I more than hex.0iio Incandescent electric I Ip.m p. m p.m. all other results of imperfect digestion! ,
t': '.:'::ding::! the slight grade across lamps \\11111l' employed in this wonderful I p. m p.m. Price We. and $1. Large slieconUlniZKUmeismall
up (
I of l 6p.m. p m. I s'le.: Book all about dyspepsia InaLedfreePrepared
re Ln'I i.v.; we now come to the "_ illumination. The centerpiece ip. m. 7 p.m. : by E. C. DeWITT a CO, Cfleag. ,
I1ach' (D). where wu get the \11-1 I this display will be the Electric Tower TARS rOB But'DAY Harsi-j PhariracyJohnBheppard ?.
,-'li f'ew (,r the wonderful group of. a structure of superlative beauty II I feniaoota to Art Barraaoai NavyIardand j r S. Kahn. ,
:. Plaza and the return- MePeniaoola "
I | :::'JCs) devoted to the various (ex-i I standing between the to Palmetto Beaon and I
-t Divisions( ; of the Exposition I Court of Fountains. This glorious work, ,,'urI1.--_ -_ lacNo $ f '
'lv,a the noted by reference to the designed by John Galen Howard, is freight received after 1:15 p. m. PENNYROYAL: PILLS j

I r !"J plan that the buildings: arec 373 feet high In its southern face Isa I -- -- .r"" Tv ., ..i".. W.IF, S
wide and K 'It"tt: A ffi. b* 1.a41.I
':M around a system of courts: beautiful cascade, ;;t) feet J.f''_Jk .... ('Hlnn"TI >nt. rt
RI r R' 1. :
t t- ii\e been aptly described as !in I 70 feet high: falling: upon a terraced I t 0 HEINBERG[I I BROS.ij I CO.ij I.., nun Ht.P ..t n L.I Take{ ."...: .,.t.USH_ a..M t '..

''* f"u of an inverted letter T. The ba t'. This cascade and all the fountains pl Mu .: _.....,.....,"dt.iti.N.. .. ..ta.r.. ..... lt.r..a 1..... .
11 ft. I. ..... ... ..
t il1 ... U 4.
will be richly -
-nii\' 'rile to theJ"s of all the courts l r. ..11..1.... T..Ua.te
to 'f the(court T, is corresponding the L: 1I1a llaM, capaf : 1; lumlnitetl at night in a great variety -I It ftI [it'a''' I.u.,..."u.n.r."aiL. 1Ntl.e a..I".",_....._,..Mo'....... ,.'r......,. '
B flLAL O t C R .1> "Y. ( "I h.&..( ... 1 .
effect of fantastic GIORJ .lql c..
.}: accommodating ":;O.OI.I\I> > people.vft I of colors giving an enter.'ti. '..1.... ....,y YNILA.. to. : r
i : .if this, corresponding with the and enchanting beauty. WY, ,, t t111 +
i 1't' uJrular of the T, are the Court I I Standing in the Fore Court (E) and riji i ANTALMIDYThrse s
r l' mains and the Plaza, which looking north Immediately in front Is x Palafox Street

tr3\': almost to the northern limits of the Triumphal Bridge (G). This bridge ,
'k !P-'uads. On either side of theft will be one of the most beautiful works I Pensacola Florida. to Balaani tiny lot Capsules ire superior t

C t,'-tt ,.f Fountains are the subordinate of the surrounded Exposition,and having surmounted four greatpiers by ,...,,,,, ..++rrYar to I\TF eiON TE 1DlE Nltl(' I 1 Crbebi|end,Injection s Copilba,,(8) ,
+ 1.00n of Idea,
as the Court Cypresses aecepUblo j They cure ia 48 hours the '
In.J C, :rt of Lilies. These several sculptured groups modeled by Mr. Bitter If patented. 1rI i!
Nara Crossing the bridge, EXPOSITION, BUFFALO. 1:>01. .. .ror j same diseases without aaylacoa. i
hue a combined area of :S3: i and otbers. PATENT RECORD Ireaieace
"-rtwt.lch is far more extensive than |II \\e may ice on the extreme right the 1 I Baltlltt/re .t r OlD BYALLDRUGG1S1 1 .

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1---0 lustration, the Beautiful Orient; wit ] i #!+..._" i..()"<>[")-i-loA: .i .::"..:..0.'''...'...4.. ; 4 _.o"..."00: ."''''' '''' ;' .
nortlcultural building the } Don't use any of the counterfeits '
I, conservatories which flank the Ilorti- represent life as it cx.'stcJ! In the East: I of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Balve.! I v

t. cultural building on the north and before the advent of tin modern tour, i Most of them are worthless or liable i CO"J1 '
f iwuth. It Is 150 feet square, and at 1st. Glstonkoun.. din-tor of this to cause injury. The original De- WING HOP &
each of the four corners It has a square concession, is arranging! have native j Witt's Witch Hazel (Salve is a certain I r. w
t tower 90 feet high. The eastern facade representative char:1'hto convey ] cure for piles, eczema, cuts I
'1 looking upon the Esplanade, proper impressions of oriental customs ,j scalds, burn, sores and skin dis- .
,t: shows three high recessed arches between and manners of living lie will have i j eases. Hargis Pharmacy, Kidney'' : South Palafox Street, Pensacola Fla.

f the towers, forming au open plenty of room In which to display the i! Kahn, John Sheppard. : ..... - - ---............. c
I and beautifully or- different salient features that wouM:1PPp:1lln '
,. namented with plastic detail and decorated the strongest terms to people COLlJ and, but cough the one cures that are leads numer-all @=CHINESE AND JAPANESE FANCY COODS.-*, Jm

In brilliant colors. From this accustomed to our western civilization.A ethers in merit, is FOLEY'S HONEY ij Imported Fire Crackers and All Kinds: of Fireworks. Chrutuu. ('j
loggia the main entrances to the holy Mecca will be the meeting place :
are AND TAR, which is in great demand : Novelties, Large Flower Vases, Parisian Table Cover t:
building. There are also entrances In of tired and worn pilgrims who will l
the corner towers. The ornamental detail constantly arrive, make their offeringsIn these DAYS. W. A. D'Alemberte :\L in Colored Silk, Embroidered in Gold Give l'a CI:' '':'1

Is'Pry picturesque and intt-rest- the various mosques or religious I I I .. .I. .... i.i...'............,,."w"'i.i" ;.." ,,.. .. }., ...... ...).1?.;!
New Goode.Latest .<>. .+. .<&. :Q. < : .' e .-. .
a0.1.0.1 Ae
I Ing. The design Is by Peabody & temples and di. perse. Eight streets 'e\ ty.4.y-gjfc; 3 oaoj: .q .v. s .... ...... ... ___9 v .'o'ty..1't Tv..
Stearns of Boston.! will diverge from thIs objective point, styles of Paper and Envel
Never was the science! of metallurgyor each representing a distinctive local j opes. I
Best quality of Tablets for school ,
skill In mining more highly developed section of the orient. A street in Coustantinople UP, or tor correspondence. I I THROW AWAY YOUR OLD OLOTBt-;

than In the present day. The will be thoroughly:: Turkish, School Supplies, Pens, Pencils, i n '1 Bring them to me and I will make them as gt 4 ? Ufw'SUIJS ,
golden decorations of King Solomon's even to the vagabond dog>!. Morocco'will ': Inkwell. Blotters, Desk-pads, Cap : 1
Temple are estimated to Lave cost be represented by a street which j and Bill Paper.
$250.000,000. Ever since the accounts will illustrate the life and, habitof Blank-booxs, Letter and 11111Files I U U l1 tfD PATS MADE fO OF OEii.

s the book of Genesis of finding gold the Moors. Algerian life will receive : Collector's Files, Paper Clips. i i
I along the river 1'ison, a stream whicfi attention, and a street will be borrowed Hand-carved Purses, Bill Books, TilE LOWEST: PRICKS' -:- BEriT WORKMAN.: .
fee., &c. C. V. THOMPSON: I
flows from the 1arden of TMHi.tbo.-u-ek- from Algiers; for the purp>nse. Typical The
No. 30 B. Palafox I IL'URNlffURE
Btreet. Dying, Repairing and Renovating Done on Si \
Ing for and mining of gold have ln-en illustrations In a like manner will i : '
' I,
Most complete F. D. BENJAMIN

" .-. ... ,,. I of fine, medium I and cheap stock ,:, [ I I IIn i 514 South Palafox Street, Opposite Levy-Pon, Co.,

I I :.1> grades ever displayed in I ,.-Work Called for and Delivered Without Extra Charge! '1i

..., ,. Pensacola. Cash instalments. I
".. .,._." :. or

........... .- 1-' -'\._, .;,,. We Have just what I

.- ..:.t .. _-. !I,you want. Marston 1'i Selling Out
'M ti e I Finch.
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::..:-... -t THE ; My Entire
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-1 t ;," .1',.'...... .,.., .. i Pen acola Tailorin CU'r 'I i SECVc t s, Cs r C ck KUi E r lalwan L ; e, T Tc i s, tAT t\\tCt,

137 Fast Intendencla Street i

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v"yy r r
Y r Suits Orercoats Trousers Maciiitoshes LOWEST CASH PRICES.

I Etc., }Male, to Order RECEIVED ; i iI I I It will be to your Interest to Call Early so as to Get Firsi i I' .

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r Right Horo iu Toxvu.

.i I 117 East Oo'vomxiioiit St.McMillan .
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All work Guaranteed Fir t.Clllss. ,

='- -J. ,ta fi opposite !tIerrl\\ether's.
w Bros. Co.
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f RIHK K&CMD3 BEBR t, Coppersmiths ,

ONLY H General Metal Workers


! I R t9 t eirr iUILUINGa ut .+aw-i" atia rk rI I+ 1 DRINK I. W HARPER R [R WHISKY .I- Ibimtm: it ae. Hoiprtzn; (te lii

H -- Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Sf11.
among; the mist fascinating Industries! vila'.HI': frau Kg/pi: 'rnnix, ivr.iarrii \ 1 i

The production of gold throughout tin l ] ,Ii and Turlill. Asia., U'liiliinikiii : Smoke U.\ Harper Cpi faia'y tl .. te8 Itfits ataJs. bY. .. .. II DI CC)
f 1'1' world during the present century hat '': :ihroi.:h 111;-e siftlnii-" \ :1..itlll'
: steadily increaser The production iu 'und!! eaxi'.j!: iu.agice; ; them>i-l\v- ill the. MOBILE ALA.
the I'nltod States in 1''Ct amounted ti. 'i'ii-1: nl tl.f: :icict! etthe- iiiiinterjiaii I,i ,
;3/ $j:::;OO.oou'hll... that of the hoi- ,,;' \\ iiic'.i: liii-y: ate \ !>ilin:;. i I served

world la given at SSl.: :;,(im>,ftiHj.) tlius ;riving A r.cdiiu.-i; Arab rnranipnu-nt: will! ; The Best in the r Market, - --. .-
: the l.'nlted States the first positionIn : Ileud irirt.Mid :Ihlrl'ili'..i-rt no the
, production of gull of any country. I triad! toil) Ine iu their iiitrn .rinu: <-l.ar .' '
1'remdeut. l.rFirst
I Viee-I'rvRldaat Caitiiur. A. .i
.I. In the inath-r of copier the 1'nitfd I ::< 1"1:1)(! '. ::lil't'.; fruit nil connIHS
States produces "'J.IHH;! ( tout annually, ( alit ihi-i'ii the groundwuh( their!
or more than uut"-half of the wot'Id's eautel.uol different! il.uin-sic! oriental iJu J TraQ i S ;ialt1 National Bank
' output. The United States and Mexico iiiiiuial>, tuliiiis.I lent and luitv iti-v I II I
i are the two greatest sliver! prodiHn:* tauraiiiteahouse*. shops[ and fruit I,
countries. In other mining productions lanlfor; till sale of oriental good, the commercial value of which 1 is priatariety will lie provide The
considerably greater than that of the Beautiful orient i is; under the Fameinaiiaitcnieut SEA ,
precious metals, the countries of Pan as; the Street of Cairo, : Dannheisser Bros. i i
: : ,
America also,; head the world Hiring \\liK-h was !so popular at the World'-: j jt
the last year the coal output ft the fail though it will lip three times a" It H KNOWLES. A. BLOUNT F. C. BRENT. W. K. HYJUUR
United States reached the enormous lal';':" boat Jiifi uriciit.-lls; will! be employed I D, G. BRENT,
amount of .!-:'.0tH), MNI tons. This, ascompared in (lifTennta.s. with this at MAIN HOl'SE
with Great: Britain's outputof traction. I" 401 8 I'alafoi Htreet. Phone 118. ,
about \HI.OlklI"HI( tons titid tiermany's with; i-tict! local features a history i|! .- rmia! U Dc muti: c Z Aa g n At an Soh! ,
UMMHK.U> tons, makes th- in a mit,licli. ; r.UANCH: Opp .Union Dep t, Phone 2 I u
question of the future production' of Within TJi i(> miles of Buffalo arc the *
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I. coal, coii.siderln' the rapid increase in Incurs , ;i ----- n_ _____u ___ ___ gA! "Wo draw oar own Bills of Exchange; on Oroat Britain. JreJ Et|
OPERA HOUSE France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, >oi
:OJI Hweden: Denmark and other European countries

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1 ,I --- { "Vessels Disbursed upon the Moat Favorable Terms, and &ber!
I' SATURDAY DECEMBER 15, Taken Payable at Fort of Destination; Ten or Fifteen DaTI
..1. t- r ,. Vessel Arrires there.

W"4. l- ) Ix.41 +' I Charles Frnhman e.- 0n5afety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

;,i I :. f J1 ctb in.i r r i r ....... i I Renter which we have a Private Apartment for the UN

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\ F A f a'pi''t t I A. M. AVERY

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I,: Effle Ellslcr :Elard VTare,

t tI v r a s AND A GREAT CAST. '
I p : E yr. ron, Nails, Axe, Shovels, Saw Mill and Hteamboat Hnpplles. Coo Uta
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.t and Heating Stores, Paint, Olla and Window Glass
t The Kntire New York: Production
, Agate and Tinware and Housefurnlslilug Goods.
Ax 15U
IMayetl MglitH at
the HId.THt. BE-MmniL ORICVT Pan'\m.ntAn. tjpojitiun. 1\L'ff..ro. 1 01I _
; Onus, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.AGENT ,
i Criierian Theatre.
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;if f I America and the fact that Eur..pt':1lI whkh is more than the entire population 1 i eIG for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company Kevtr OIat'
:. production has rcachitl its limit and of the country at the time of the : Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company Laftin 4 Rltd
; U already declining, especially! noteworthy Vutcnm.il IXjn:: itou it Philadelphia.It TRn.DERSRYE. Company, Johnson's Kalsomlne, Iron King and Buck totun'
t at this timo.. The Canadian iulx>ut twice the number living
Ranges, Wm.Coups A Co.;* Raw Hide Lace Leather, Maaur'iRailroad Rtsif
, output of coal and iron Is an item o. I within; the same iliM.ince of Chicago.: Colon.
great lmi>ortaucp. The near jiroxlmit.v The great Tails of Niagara constitutean
1 of Iron and taking coal and the proper: impel taut attraction to tourists who : i ALL l THE f r l Masonic Temple Pensacola Fla.
flutes gives Canada: a great advantage: exited to visit tilt' Imposition, as they -
In the manufacture of iron and steel. anonly half an hour's ride from the I,
The advancement of these industriesIn lxflt1oltlc'1I:1'Ul:1ltl.! .., and excellent rail I Scientific Tailoring.W.Weiland .
:, North America during the past dec ht'-ten ) We Eiaraiitec tie shore Ba d &''n Tatr7. i i -
ade ha-t been phenomenal the total production : -- -
I of the United States last year 1'alU. I'lr:1t hand also is the ;great RYE WHISKY to fce the i Only
: amounting In value to $IlU;:-",-",313 and summer school in the grove i'ti Lake ,
of nonmetallic substances, to :i total of Ci'auuuujua's shores. known as the i: Best Whisky offered inI where ; Sash Doors, No. 204 S. Palafox st.,

$001,872.031.Nearly $3.tXl),llll4) will l>e required: to Chnitauiua h:1.Assembly.r.utTalo jKtpulation' of nearly i I i any city for llis money the ( Blinds, Laths, i 'foU"I': m'tl.f", .
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construct and equip! the wonderfulMidway JIM.UII. and this is the first great T.xitiin Flooring.
at the I'a tf-American Kxj>o CARMENTS AND SUITS

tlon. The greatest care has been takeuto 'J."i; years ago. IVr the several of Aneats for J. J, icCas ill & Co's I FORMEXORKOYH
prevent any approach toward the re.iMin; here noted it is expected that In Quarts $1.00 per qt. 1 Made to Measure, Fit Guar!,"-1
-f ke" show, and the visitor may rt-vt the attendance to tOe Pan-American Re !' II Cypress Shingles. i[ of the lie-U Material In the II test :' .
assured that be will not be subjectedto lzitt' itiou will be very large and that aaos$ Htyle of Art,with Hupri"r N 'k
fraud or extortion so Ions a,; lie remains the results will becry gratifying! in Bulk, $3.00 pep gal.JACOB Or'FICIAxn: DEPOT: inanship, at the Very Ixiwef' -*

upon the Exposition: ground. It the promotion of trade among all the Baylen Street Wharf. Telephone 310.PENSACOLA. I
ii difficult to single out any attractionin states and nations of the wi'-tern hemisphere fiiren to ClmH;
_TRY IT.= Special ituotiio
this section as more prominent or and in the establishment of I
worthy than another, for all have their I more cordial! relations among all the i and Dyeioj.Hubcribe .
special merit and novelty. I people of the western world. I I -
for acceptable Ideas. ------ --
, The subject of the accompanying il- MARK Rexxzrr.i KRYGER i NICK'S PuGH I. I
State If patented. II :
f __ .- retail I to THE NKWScents OI..y '
Subscribe to the NEWS, only lOo per week. '1, BIJOU BAR. I Baltimore Md. per
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I Hannah' B,os., guarantees every 1__ ----- -- i .; J,
NEWS NOTES bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy '
and will refund the money to I :
'using anyone two-thirds who is not of satisfied the contents after:, The Forbes Store. }

')f'ralfO Feraaeota and finnUy: \ This is the best remedy in the world f
*" nl Ihunulay; trarmrr tnniyht; I for la grippe, coughs: colds, croup i
I. .1/a.rilf.um temptrature..U. and whooping cough and is pleasant ..,.3'.f'
minimum in tail 2t hours, and safe to take. It prevents any f,. '.

It ptone's: advertisement j jI I His Life Was Saved. monia.tendency--of--a-cold- to- -result in pneu- ::4't> ; ) The Fin de Siecle Con'lb.f F-: : +

.patrol house i h; being Mr. J. E. IF STYLE AND PRICE CUT
?" Lilly, a prominent citizen ?
t of Hannibil, Mo., lately had a ANY FIGURE WITH YOU, IT : ; It is the best thing ever invented for Ladies II .
left last wonderful deliverance from a frightful WILL BE TO f rfl .. *
S.iders( : night for YOUR INTEREST I ;) ;J
', |1"1; was death.; taken In with telling Typhoid of it he Fever says: : TO BUY YOUR HAT AT FALK i I ) 14 1 trdJ.l1\:1: self hair dressing. By its use, haIrpI.ns and .. :<1 v

.J Moreno i ii; ill with u red that ran into Pneumonia. My lungs MILLINERY !I I tyings are entirely dispensed with. It is com !'
became -
uguefever. haidened. I was so weak I -
.I Jks through the Plaza are couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing -i I :$ secure and sanitary. It -
w prevents
?? r.fortable,
L d with chert. i die of helped me. I expected to soon eMusic ilUilse I .l
Consumption, when I heard of '
aipley: has returned from Dr. King's New Discovery. One I q((4 .ii.; headache and loss of hair. Every lady will use
trip Mobile.. bottle gave great relief. I continued LAKGK3T IN THE SOUTH.
Miller( of Freeport Fla., ar- to use it, and now am well and ----- --- ---- 'i \) it. Do not fail to see the demonstration by a
jl ,
strong, I can't say too much in its Manufacturers' agent for
t': <> city yesterday.u prare." This marvelous medicine KRANICH & BACH, 1 *a light frost in Pens:!- H the surest and quickest cure in LESTER,
'. ;41, tinuiiythU morning.v the world for all Throat and Lung WEIJER, II I -

ai t J, il Mr::Iij*.train Clarence last: night Sweeney for ,i $1.00.Trouble.D'Alemberte's Trial Kagular bottles drug size free store 50 at cents;W.every; and A- SINGER SMITH &:,RIXO BARNES, I ICHICIn i I A GREAT SALE OF USEFUL HOLIDAY GOODS.Our ):

Bottle guaranteed. BEHR BROS.,
,: ave any "want let them WILLARD Entire Stock Axminster, Velvet and Smyrna Rugs at Reduced :

-_ w ttirou3h TIff NEWS wantMayo .BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR Prices shown on First Floor; All Wool Largo Rugs for. ... .. .. .. .. . .. $ 2.00
of SELECTION 50 Fine Oak and Wicker Rocking Chairs, just the thing for Xmas PresI -
Evergreen Ala. AT
the this FALK'S, NEAT- In I i I ents, from..,. ............ .... .. .. . ...... . .. .. .. . . .. .. . . . ... . ..Sl.SOtoSlOOO
I. city morning on I LY TRIMMED, FOR $2.50 AND $3. buying from us you deal direct with the
.' factories. I 200FancyParasols and Umbrellas, Natural Sticks and Pearl Handles,

E Himilton of Greenville, Wives, if yon wish to keep 'Jlou These es.pianos You save are not all shipped middle: from men 8 Kraneh prolit from... .. .. . .... .. .. ... ........... ".. .. . . . .. . .. .. .... . ... . . *5cto85.00 .

n.1\"- tJ in the city yesterday your husbands in good humor price You.will Terms be convinced to suit any of purse.oviit4iPIANOTOELECT this .by getting 10 ) Duzen Children's Fancy Caps. . . ... .. .. . .. . .. 25 to 50c

f ,-rul: of Victor P. :Hoto took give them a soup din tail };arly.J. FROM. I 100 Pieces Teazle Down Outings, former p rice 121'.-c now. . . . tOe per yard

a: o'clock this afternoon ner now and then frontSpawn's M. CLUTTER'S MUSIC HOUSE.
:-i 1 Ji, -"'l'h's cnurch.
Evaporated Soup 1IMI4 South Palafox Btrettr .
I 1 -v\T. J & Eal ForbesranC
F Un ardson of DeFuniakarrived Vegetables.
,... ?,: in the city last night .. .A.A.A..A..A.A.... ,, A, BJ .
i-',-red at the Hscambia.caes : 1 .
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,d and, three$,") ill continued Ones was, one the <

;:ji :i lit record court thu met morning.f this mornI A CHALIHGE[ [ < Fruit Cake Holiday Tournament

I adjourtitd until ::1$ o'clock ,
:noon, no business being 25 cents a pontd

ict d. : To any house in Pensacola Christmas Eve at'lJ] O'Clock P. M.
>. IM1 & Sons, proprietors of i;*l -ATROCH'S
produce finer grades ,
l' r >r Market, have an attract- I of i
lh- -rt -tJMllt in this issue that liquors than I handle at ij r
i; interesting to housewives. RESTAuRANT.kKI
at the famous
.tuber the doll fair to be STONE'S.LrE..CH
.,, i. Saturday: at the office of Place your Orders; Early. IT P.
IVnsacola Has Co. Dressed ,.",, 'I .
i!, will! be on sale and refresh- '

T '',dance wllllJe of sold.the Citizens Band to- Two i OLD CRONIES ij I[ C. A.. WALES & CO. I CASH PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR ENTITLES YOU TO A COL PON HEARING A
rrow night will take place at ar- -leaierln-
iirjr hall. Remember that four 'I
,:tJ; girl will play in the orchestra. i -ANDad Wand and Caal.We Ist-ONE FINE OVERCOAT. 4th-One Elegant Silk Umbrella

DCa l fail to attend. respectfully invite the patronage of the 2nd-One Fine Suit Clothes. 5th-One Pair Rigenr Shoes.
Ji*. McCalley( and W. II. Smith, ople of Pensacola.Ofticeandl'ards"tt4outh 3rd-One Solid Sole Leather Dress Snit Gtk-One P. Stone Special Hat.
wl it< !hobos, were arrested last Fixt t d LastSALOONS.t C1 AaD co Pbone:2U.TL Alcsnlz Ht. and Dressing Case. :.rSea tho Windows.
,girt! Officer. Carllu at the union

J-p],it'>*l>and y the were mayor sent this up morning.for 30 days IIJU L a t teSt t Styles in t Everything in Stock at Cash Rate Prices. <1 "!.

Dr,A. Thigpeu, Mrs C. A. Thig- Winter Fur- SI'IT* FROM $10 TO $1S, SWELL HAT> AT Sl.75; TO $3.JO, UNDERWEAR, l FLEECE LINED fide PER
a Mi-!j Nellie Thigpen, Miss Ij- 'niture and house decora- SUIT A BARGAIN: KWELL LINE NECK YEAR. .
: and H. P. --
tl.y Thigpen nurse
Jf 'u"on and F. G. Catfey of Mont : tions at bottom prices, cash '
;lery: are.White in the city to attend theu. This is a broad assertion, '1: or credit. Marston $Fill ch. Stone, 222 and 224 South Palafox Street.
wedding. __ '(
but trial order will t. j
T Mobile foot ball team has can- convince '
,uj! the game scheduled to be the public that I, :: ,
y d at Recreation park with HALLTOAY & co..r
ut it Horn's Horn's team team will to-morrow.leave here have the best quality of

thy morning for Jacksonville, all kinds of !Wines and

r, they will play a game Satur- Liquors.If c = = ==:===== === -= -- -
:.y The Auburn, Ala., college \I Iten
is booked to play a game here
I w, the soldiers Christmas day. not as represent I will Special Inducements for the Holidays !

T Penacola-Germui club gave refund double the amountof
.u I u-ual cotilion at Hotel Ecaniat -
night. The event was ere the purchase.I (1=-==-_==-== = =,=,'=:--=='::'=-=--=-=-==o

'. .u-Iy Il g as leported a complimentary in the Press geruenbyMr. this- In preparing for our Holiday Business our idea first of all, has been to offer everything that is

.. .' and Mrs. J. B. good; second, to give the Best that can be had for the Least Money, and Last but not

: ,'t l Mr to Brittaiu the guests is on; of the the war hotel path. '' a-; carry all the leading: .brands such''I not least, to offer everything that is of the very Latest to be had in Novelties.

porter who wrote up tint
", .ul best "hide out" when heM Old Pete Cooper.
r.mtain coming. (ioldtrin 's Private Stock. I| Gloves. Ladies' Neckwear.
tr The Famous Louis \ &f..
1 onlery.lournal; The report :
trolll irmingham that theN Old Murray Dixie.Hill. \Extraordinary I values in an entire new line of renowned For Holiday giving there is nothing that will givemoresatisfaction

,. :,i. :with:drawn the Southern out of the in part-thetr'up Arti Morgan. ;\: makesjust received. to both lice giver and recipient, than

Anderson County. i Ladies' Kid Gloves all the newest shades Neckwear. You be
of the En-ley Southern Parol.luggenheitner.. 2-clasp a dainty piece of can as
The project was to extend | { i the best glove we have ever had at the price ;$1.00 modest or as extravagant as i/ou plcusc.We .
F ,,
1"Huthe Parish in
W", ,T county; and }from there theN (Oyama.Joldrinffs'. Favorite. I\ 1)ent'sorvrr make at .._ }./;0i { hare all sorts at all pi-ices.

I .e, to build its own line to Ye'low Stone. :I i Ladies' S-clasv ])enl'..; Kid Gloves, in all the latest Chenille Boas in white, black and gray, the very
nin">ain Hickory.
,.'bably only temporary Echo Spring stitching, areular$2.00 glove at .. }./>0 Liberty Silk Neck Jti
llll. MODKKN %ITIIEHH Old Crow.Club I,1 *=Vote--.i\o discount to dealers. Stock Collars of ere,.!] description, Lace ]JarFichus,

,aid that her little one :ire Sultana Elgin 'i| Trefousse Gloves. etc., from the cheapest to the finc't.
,V'd more by the pleasant Old Taylor. i
''': ;,' 'il' Fi-, when !in need of the Old Lou Cabin Paiker. i iBowman' i Ladies' /Jclnspt"id Gloves, Trffpusse, in all the Pocket Books and Card Cases.

..X.Itt'lft'rt bv other.of a gentle Children remedy enjoy, Montreal-Malt.* Malt. j i fashionable shades, including Mode, Pearl, Ladi.- Pocket Rooks, Oolf or Finder: Pur-e. and 'ard CaP!s with
,. "d it benefits them. The true |, All kind* of Domestic and lin- ,j Gray, Biscuit, etc., at $ .OO Sterling Silver" :Mounting-,. Real; Seal, Morocco.: Alligator. Pipkin, Walrus .
Jy Syrup of Figs, i i.* manufae- ported Liquors. Special sale Men's Glace and Mocha Gloves, of etc. at Price-
," < by the California Fig Syrup Ialocarrya large linn of fancy
l .y Cordials, Creme de Meuthe, Maris- the celebrated Trefousse make at .. .... ... 1.50 Fans.The .
cello, Mari-ceno Cherries, Anisette Men's 1-clasp Kid Glares, in reds and tans 1.50
Newest KxprJi" "nof New Century Tn-te from Pari Painted
I Crystal i/ed Rock and Rye. or
t fail to Men's Mocha Gloves in at 1.50 Spangled from <> to $7.00.
I ,i-, Kind ThudaHer.. 1:1.: Crystalizert Peach and Honey. 1-clasp Gruys o c
',' i.:. iO a. m. Concert at cuu -'- Cry talized Create de Menthe.A .
: ,e corner. large. a;ortment of Rhine'Vines Handkerchiefs--- pecials.Ladie Jackets, Jacket Suits and Flannel Waists. '
\ White Wines, Domestic and
t ""II"l1t.* will happen, it Ui impo=- Imported.Sherry. ;?' Hem-stitched, 'inch hem at.$1 a dozenLadies' I Our entire line i h broken in --IZPS. and we are closing them out at
All Pure Linen Hem-stitcl-.ed.>d. 4-iach hem. :It..U. >dozen Greatly Reduced Price
: avoid them, but they can be Port, Catawba: Peach and pt
Honey;Rock and Rye, Blackberryof Ladit>*' All Pure Linen HfnHtitrhfd.jnch! hem at....$2.5 per dozen I
:I iatPd for to some extent.
*5> various brands. Ladies' All Pure Linen Hem.titched.I.inch! bem. at.....?:*.Toper dozenlell'8 Evening Wear.
Insurance(t .orr life insured in Watson's Imported good such as Gins. ,, lietn- titrhed, '.I-inch hem, at --. ... .. .... ...... ...$1.00 per dozen \,
Agency Fernet, Scotch Whiskies. Leading i Men's All Pure Linen Hemstitchedinch. !hem, at.$2.T; per dozen Silk and Linen Mou-f.iine in Ei'itu-ite Shade- Organdies; White
(GI l i',<,\ Military Ball by the Pensa- brands of Champagne and the fine1t' Men's All Pure Linen Hem-"titched. '..-inch hem, at.Gij: per dozen and l'olored, ('repe de I bin*,*. etc, with :Silk and otton Linings to Match.
quality: of Brandies that can be had' Men's All Pure Linen Hemstitchedinch:. hem at......&;.50 per dozen
: 1.:1,1 Artillery New Yen'se\'t' .. .. . .
--- on tho market: Men's Pure Silk Handkerchiefs. at v7> >c, $1.0J and $1.25 each Damasks, Napkins, Towels, Etc.
Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchief exceptionalalue: *, an en-
Encourage home illl/tu- .. ... ... .. .... . I
SEND: IN YOITnCHRISTMAS tire new line, from . .".. .loc to $..I)) each WE TAKE ESPECIAL; PRIDE IN TillTOCJK.! _

lilt! iw Spawn's EvapoVegetables. :. Dress Goods.Our I We carry the finest Scotch, Irish, German French and Jtel&iurn goods,
""a fed ,-"OllfJ both by the yard, in 'ett* and Hemstitched-, all sizes, 2 and 2'< yards
... nlatf ORDERS entire line of Colored Dress Goods at .enormnu, reduction a great wide and from 3 to ;'i yards! : l limb;", from the cheape-t: up to |l l"a; ett.; In the ,
-- many to gat Below Co:. finest Irish Damak Towel: from $1.3;} to U l- per dozen.
liD<> fl) }'ALK'SAXD BUY YOUR ,

fLu;=" HIS LOW PRICES WILL EARLY. SILKS..-Special Direct From the Mills. Corsets.Entire ,

s''KI'IJISE: ; : YOr. ALL; SILK, 20-inch) Black Taffeta, regularSl.AI grade at... ..". .... .. -... ,..... .. ..73c
UIVET: : HATS ELEGANTLY Jug and Bottle Goods will be delivered 27-inch Black Talleta. splendid wearing quality, at .. ... .. .. .. ....$I.::!.'> new lineof straight Front: ju-t received all of the Newest ;,
Tnl 37-inch Black Taffeta, superior quality at. .. .. ... ...... .... ... ....$200I Models, including the Correct Corset the Erect Form. '
nno: ,THE LATESTSTYLE, of the state,
any part ;I ffTo arrive next week a 27-inch Extra (Duality TatTeta, black, at an 1
-FOR H AXn $5. 'freighter express charges! prepaid. ;I exceptionally low price. Blankets, Down Quilts, Cotton Comforters. .1'1

Men's Neckwear.A ;SPECIAL; FROM THE MILLb.!
[SL l Ii I, 100 pairs of C/ pound II.! Wool: Blankets at..j.;
splendid assortment of Reversible Four-ir-Hand Regulation Butterfly per pair
nl i I Bat Wing String Ties Etr. ? lOOpairsof 7 pound It.! Finest Wool Blankets at .. .. .. ....&!8-VJ per pair' ft)F,
| BOWERS & RUSE Down Quilts, Superior Quality: including some Handsome Novelties' )
Gr. N. GOLDRING i Umbrellas. : Cotton Comforts,pure White fnowflake Cotton. the Light Fluffy kind! I :1-,

In ARe : Ladit and Men"! Umbrella ju't received from .. .. ....*I.Oto$15Goi I I! Hosiery and Underwear.Special ):
Special in Ladies' and Men's Natural Wood Handle! Mercerized ,I J
E| CLOSING OUT rtj !, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. Umbrellas exception value. .. .. ...... . .. . ...... ....-. .... LOO in Ladies' and Children'; Hosiery for the Holidjv, all
J U'' Special: in all pure Silk Umbrella Plain Box WooHandle., Extra Wearing; Hose at 10 and 25 centThe 3 for Good 'j
L Li j tile: BALI.ANCE tll- THEIR Phone Nos. l>4 and 27t;. Proprietor Quality, Uzar Silk. at. .. .. ...... . .. . .. . .... .. ...... ... 375 pair. Also a splendid line of the New: Fancy Hoe*1 kind and Vertical and 5<> cents per of
jjj Stock of Millinery of the Famous Two Old Cronies, triDel! \ .p

'llCi.\InLE: :( : >:>" OF COST. j r corner street: Belmont First and Last and; Chance Devilliers: Saloon Telephone 193. R. HALLIDAY &, 00. 33-35 Palafox i'*
: St. .
South Palafox street. ,
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.I I I ,, Poi.a.a". Effect of \Vemrl..... -
!s UILLIAAAAAA&AAAWAA.FOR II How Weather Work Wonders. I Nasal
I The eating of "high" game Is undoubtedly -
!I ( A Baby'sBirth Not the least mysterious of all the attended with risks, and the E EI> SI

t wonders of the earth Is the extraor: I I CATARRH MIIt?
poisonous effects are probably due to qrQ
: : dnary! cleverness of Dame Nature
THEFARMERE as Blood PoisonThere the toxins produced In the earlier !< In an Ita eaves there pay .
a caner designer. Her tools
aw ,
stages of the putrefactive propes The : should be c!e.z.aies, hat fC,
air, rain! rivers springs and frost.
s I
I is no poison so highly contagious, advantage, of course, of hanging gameIs r El f a Cream Balmaannnthetruxe
Any one wjo has ever seen the marvelous Don't be :
TLe remarkable multiplication ol 7 so deceptive and so that the flesh becomes tender and c' !
4 Queen less rock ou the North too are cured because all external _. .
i' sure you than iV i cased me '
: in central ImLai-a: is worthy ol decidedly more ;
pikes Cornish ,,;. study, writes! II' II. Collins In The Rural i ment of the great Queen L'lizubeth, the doctor says you are well. Many persons it Is quite fresh. The ripcing pro-- ; I u r a cu,da tan i. .
I I been dosed with :\Iereuryand ess, bowen, may mean the elaboration I
New Yorker. Surely the vast rural who is stated so grandly upon the have a-Ay.
Potash for months or years, and pro of to\in-: I CrruraRalraivj :.,
population of the United States who I sands must have asked himself the
nounced cured-to realize hen too late It has been stated that the production I orer the! men;>rare a..a :s
dirt roads do net kno'lhl'I\ juestion as to how such a thing could I u
use only
that the disease was only covered up- of the cLaracterKtic flavors of med.ae an,It cere fo.i.... i ,
the other half lives One can hardly : have been accomplished.! driven from the .
Is related directly to the amountof tot produce tsfcz.ii* La-p- -
Like.out game '
Continuous of Like Begets
trickling water
drive any l-tance:! without using a wears surface to break sulphuretted hydrogen or sulphur g:<-t,or by mail; Trial Sac :
away the face of the rock. Haphazard and to their and mortifi ELY
again BUUTIIEUJ. V ,
pike. These gra\cl roads are all free alcohol set free but It is rather repulsive or ? -
: e the blossom- it was until at last a weird pat cation find those nearest and dearest to
of toll and: maintained by the minty. to think that the delicate flavor -
I Its beat.and tern is formed that sometimes resembles them have been infected by this loathsome -

The writer once asked a farmer near entirely nyin'a face, some-times an ani- disease, for no other poison is so of game is dependent upon that Invariable I'tple..tpple.. ae... ,

Pendlrton what Innd was worth in that I I bestowed upon mal. All over the world Nature has surely transmitted from parent to childas product of decomposition of rotten For some year \\tpiples -

tection. "It can't be ought.. he said : mothers placed her picture gallery and her collection this. Often a bad case of Rheumatism, eggs-sulphureted hydrogen. The oranges Inn '
'' tcnderest care. Catarrh Scrofula or severe skin disease, smell reived during oookin of "high"
? "He-cause of ; quite recently hat ,
Iastily.V'c11., why w? statuary, the biggest; ; free ulcer in middle a :
all old
an sore or developing
lave good laud underlaid with gravel, i should worry eat show in the woiM. life, can be traced to blood poison con5naeCieiJ game is even more disgusting. ceeded 1 in producing u -

It Is will fenced, we have good: buildings I noun-Joing} food Another work Nature's that very Fresh game sometimes sets up mysterious The fruits nave I HI.uterested ..

our church Is handy vo have a'I' andtakegemleexercises. This often results In extraordinary changes! The Sill of the Pal'eno poisonous symptoms which in pamuing\,

good school, we are near a good town will Ko a long way toward preserving II I being effected 1 is a landslip.And life, for it remains smoldering in the sys have been attributed to the fact of the years' time a good sn;': ,

with every facility for travel and telegraph j their health and their beauty I landslips have arisen from tLe tem forever unless properly treated anj game having been overturned and less apples will doul.ii, --

and telephone service\ and we I as well as that of the Mtle: one to tiniest possible cruises. A little underground driven out in the beginning. & S. S. is fatigued. I'atigue products lnde,il the marker. It is s.\i.i! i i

come. Bt to be absolutely sure i the only antidote for this peculiar virus have been separated from overhunte.l ,
burn natural gas for fuel and lights.Now. ; flow of water had gradually new apples are super
of short and labor they I the only remedy known that can overcome
a painlebS into
which injected a
undermined hill cliff until game the ordinary kind '
what more can mortal nnt? We a or at last blood andit \1:0'! "
it and drive it of the
should use out ,
are as contented end, in fact as near tLe earth became like a hollow nut. does this so thoroughly and effectuallythat healthy animal, have produced marked I are being paid for ti. '

l.ra\cn as we expect to get In this! : Then the soil became top heavy. The there is never a return of the diseaseto poisonous effects. There Is no doubt some time yet will !.. ,

life:' Let me repeat the question Mother'siend sea beat against! Its foundations, and embarrass or humiliate you afterwards. that fatigue products under certain circumstances -, rich amateur

"What nor can we wish?" They hate millions of tons of earth were thin;;; cures Contagious Blood are also elalwratod the

r a good horticultural! society! which furnishes I into the sea, which proves the axiou Poison in any and all human body and give rise to a species J\l'OB\

F S S S stages ; contains no of self poisoning, characteristic symptoms
I a sJclllap: dinner once a month that the tiniest beginnings often produce Presents his best i--'

i to which! people come as far as 1:; mil,'!!. I tLe mightiest ends. mineral to break down of which are headache, stupor I all of In) aumeroup[ ,
constitution it is
your ; anti gastric! and intestinal pains.; The
circle for the regularly during the months of rela spectfully '
They also have a reading; I announhi :* -
tion.. '1 hisii a hn.ment u.r.hu purely vegetable and the only blood purifier
impe flesh of overdriven cattle ,
Selecting Glainnare.To may prove new and ,
YOU:1;:. When we think of these many to be applied external- 1: gixet known that cleanses the blood and coinmixliin -
pri\ilfge, we must remember that strength a'd vigor to the muscles anJ select glass with discretion it is at the same time builds up the general poisonous from the same cause.- I the rear of hi\ stun -
precuts al: of the discon-foru il pregnancy and in
necessary to understand somewhat of Lancet. I u-e, he find- ,
they ere most all based on good roadsat used thir. health.
which women to __ __ __
were obsolu'ely neCeSS3T'hcn I Its manufacture and to recall the little book blood u at this time with tl-t t
all tlnus of the year and grind land, properties Our on contagious Steam and Battleship.
Moshe. Friend u used there u no of the with an cutirprising people. I'ikes' danger wha'ever poison A whole fleet in the da 's of Nelson I i template! will so -. '
Jet Mother's Friend tt the drugstore composed. These materials are chiefly tive ever issued; it not only tells all
were t rat built here as an investment could bo built and fitted out at little I mode hi-i cuttoniF-,
SI bottle. this disease, but also how to ;
per soda, potash, limp, alumina and oxideof about cure .
and toll was collected en travel. The It free and shouldbe more than the cost of a single Ironclad. when they are entitl!* :
THE BRVDFIfLD RtGtUTOR TO. lead. The yourself at u I
quality of the glass to be
nest: step was to build! them by taxation. ATLANTA: CIA. in the hands of everyone seeking a The coal expended on a single! cruise I prompt ardellecmtpreparations : .

One hoourrd a majority of tb<* Writ for oar :,..boos-i5rfine Eil>y loll,>-s manufactured depends upon the cure. Send for it. i would pay for the refitting of his whole ,' for tt.

freeholders within one mile of the road amount of the basic material united THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA. battle line, while the immense shells required holidays, that he: : "-.
with the silica or sand. The best glassis thl'IUodl'rtl postpone further \\"tlf;"
This method .
and "forced" it through. to make nny impression on
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--- -- --- -- made the ruh of the hnlld,. .
with lead, which gives to Itluster. \
)ad lots of red! tape and was expen- The Telegram (nine. armor plate cost more than his I :Mr.: Jacuby a-k-I 1.1.I ;i- I

fclvo, but It was the only way practicaluntil German Law of LibeL fusibility and high refractory Bingo-Has a telegram come for me? whole armament Hut the modern line I the public generally '
The German law of libel is It is often called flint ,
a curios powers. glass to
public opinion hail be-n educatedto i Mrs. mng..1l3'e jou been expecting of battle ship could neither be built, I that, 85 u.u:11. he ha-. i a
ty. An editor said In his distinguish It from lime glass which\
recently ;
the value of the improvement.Father pn'l i one? armed nor fought without the use of tinue to keep one of t", '
per that a certain gentleman "was an I much cheaper and of a decidedly greenish 'I
Ilinso-Oh. no: of course not. (Sarcastically steam, and its evolution may be said to plete and comprei : ".

and Son on the Farm. unmannerly boor, hi consequence of tint ) You don't suppose I would I, Lave commenced with the tirst application meats in the city of t.\ :
which a libel action was brought i Hint glass is that which is most generally tion of staple! and f. '
Whether farm liCe Is rgreeablo or not ask you that question if expected one, I of the steam engine! to navigation.
against the paper. The evidence given used for cutting and polishing.It I goods canned pr.idtu :'
to a boy depends to a very great extent II do you? London Standard.FOR .
seemed to show that the only fault may be picked oat by the clear, bell- I specialties and d..lJl'.I"- --.
on the relation between him and Mrs. F.insD (;;w'tlnYOtl might,
with the expression was that it was not : like tone which it sends forth when / : the inspection of Wtll, '
the other members of the family writes dear. U'hat would now if I
you say PNEUMONIA.Dr. I invites hou--
strong enough. The case was taken !I struck. This test may be made without every
Clayton II. Itauck In The American I UiouM say Hint a telegram Las come city.
from court to court in the usual any danger of breaking! the glass It it i
'Asrlculturli-L If the son and father' way I for ;you? C. J. Bishop Agnew Mich.. ':J:lcob\' and Fair i h< ,
until it reached the highest! tribunal. be held firmly in one hand while the "
; enjoy each other's company, they will : Jjno-\ha! 1 knew it. I've been says : "I have used FOI.EYH.XEY: onymou-.
The final decision! was that the editor upper part or edge is sharply' struck )I
have entire conf.denco in each other cxKH.tlnj that telegram; all! the after AM T.\K in three very "even cases
would Lave lI"I'1Ierr.tl)' justified if with a pencil or other instrument, the
and the boy will most llkelv: prow up : noon. (Iiiipaiientl.uhereisit i ? : acceptable ides!
be bad saul that the plaintiff had acted : only care requisite being to see that the of pneumonia with good r" -tiltin
with a good, broad view of life, drawn Mr P.n: ;:o-ni: pet it. Bu!. dear. 1 State If piterrtm
like iin unmannerly boor" but SUite glass does not touch any object whenit every ca-l:'. There is nothing j so
from the grater experience of his father. tL,.ir'Lt it best to Warn it. lou didn't THE PATENT Rt3R;: ;
he had said that the [*!amtiT actually I is struck, since! if tbere be room for good. W. A.D'Alembcrtf. Baltrire: Mi"
, I 1 his I is! largely the case with the !:Ii\!' il'il! von tit: an':1l.il'ul't.rt:1inIJ V
"was an unmannerly boor" he had: It to vibrate glass will never break.Harr.er' .-
I n-Iabm ln-tvvocn brother and sL-ter. t>it. It's oi"n -
I', committed l.bcL In Germany It is libelous :; I.azar.Subcribe .
I tY Let It is not -o important. I ninttt r of business. I'roiu Jack Li:.,lovf \'.
. I to call a man: :a pi; or an ass. I! -THE
As a Ainriiani are not f:n t itV
ixopvve but if you combine! the two and call a to the DAILY NEWS
In the I. act danger of ix-i-i"! too polite, MrKiiicroYes.: ..klr.nn'IllIljloltll1t .
K' man a pig a.s then there is 1 no libel, lot- 'lOc a week
and the earlier wo Itosm the better fir i i : tut'tin;? ton ;.'Lt.

\:s. Hut when the father' and s"n do cause Miib au animal I dues nut exist ___ h_ ___ ___ ___ :Sins, I mint lit' tm-re. doesn't! his V
The faxoiite: combination an.ong;: Ortaaus Citizans Natinnal Ba
l not uiiilrrvtatnl anil. iiH'ee-d. know .a.-h I I Mrs. Ilill1.'i<. tltar.li. (
is. we U-lieu, pig;: los'I1Wt'UL'hund.l"hlII'I'rs' : -
I l g others opinions! and 1.1..as\1re then U Journal.Our II I : uo i .ubliin;? his h:1II.11-1 knew It itt

1\1 ,when we t.iav expert !'orro'ocowr! or ULJUtlildfi'fZ&T I ViP.. I'll line to rush off after ilinn: ;r

later In truth, it Is Mirprfcing how little SHcU-i. Jijf"I r S'in.v for yon in\ dear but you knot. 01' PENrACGt,

ri very few farmers take any interest in tjuv.i I"S: must: atti'iiiled to.
I's;: ago;: the Hindoo: "medicine tai I"
their un5 irtue'-ts! awl pleasures: ext i knew all about (Jixa-e germs and microbes Mrs: iiu.o-llh.: | that's ail! riclit. dar:

l Ji I ,j-t to discourage tliei'i and how very : although;: lie was jeered at Ity I lug: Hut: don't } .'11 want to see the L. HILTON OUKEN.PRESIDENT.. JOHN PH.lH-h I.

: law C".'r take the time to teach thAll' i I western scientists! U.cause Lo called !II I :If-' '::r'' I \
T. E, WgI.LJ-
". to we rk ('11.:1:11.1;: wt 11. i them "little WI.rms.a.J after all..I C '.,. --\\l-y should? You cp'n"f i :it R. M. IIUSIINI:1. !
t" Some toys! ore interested in plants' when we tir.Urn lisco\ere.l" whit : L''' i. n ::11 od wife that jou are, and ".r

.. r>th Ts In birds and insert:-. nn.llf th,'.,. t:I he Lnil 1 knoua all along we coul.l nil .e I can trust jou. Jack warts iwiiilit'iteijlyi. DIRECTORS:

i are rnr.nraed just a very little the no tatter for the .., tlt.-it's all. all.11 I uiu't ::n.
t name neorUIISI: : T. E. WELLES: w:\i. FISHER. 1\
I f.i
pleasure tlie.v derive from these things! MrHituo-Hut: there was one tLiu;
I bacilli which being; interpreted of E. E. Saunders A Co.
life rlzht, u,' rt'' lie .ills: K' 't.I'.iipi .
will mae: their whole not jny |
t is "l.ttie sticks:
to Mtiiti-m the training in 1t'lltll" is',"l'lrlnu"IJ.I-Oh.! there tvns.11'ell. L. H1L'OUHEIX.: .

and :Miiiracy iliej! get by so doing. I p 'II Pnle. what waslt?

dun*' the : Mrs. 18-it'o fail -mllr'I--lll'! sax i he oyut
Tlit-i.' n"! t.(1 t.'uny thing: on ; ILh'rprisind"Cnb..rI'lrtlon me i

farm, to keep the loJfro1l1 getting! sir, but I h-and you toll the gentleman \ fronton ststslVnr s. A General Banking Bushiest Transacted

sm)'lii'!. ju"t as thoii:ii they were enits.I who just left that you "would wash ----

I Tln'> t!"TO 1'e.t v. :It( h the pluiiiln' or I jour hands of the whole aQ'air." \VI ADVERTISE REGULARLY. .V Hound tinhln nentedy.When .
a .I liy!tnl1''; rl,1 man for fear they misLtpet ; "Well 1'?
i That is why our Prescription: encounters' it inn-t '{e ;Ses' Accounts Handled on Favorable rr?r'n. t.-.
1 I. '. when! tiny wi nld! bo only ton "I n case you d.j. may I hope that you auI'I'Xl'el''III'I' ,, :

:, glad !.. -i.:.ke ui; all the time I lot.Nil1. will try my patent sUlp1"-exchange.: I II I Business Grows so Rapidly. be worth relauaj: This! is trom a j.lijSiiian '- Change Bought and Sold Collection""
; l.:1f:1 'clP who bag ,
''. If }oil pliasi: the way the on nvenr.e

i faniiib: I ys make loom for themselves I 1 Pure Drugs fought! disease for ti.o I'l'riollutIllt"1.' Promptly Attended Tc.

in the ( .ties! and how they are appre- SIOOO WORTH OF GOOD. I "1 saw him pet ;in-roily! out of a :u-

cat! '! l.y the men ut Iniluerco. ThevpUK A. H. Timrness of Wills Creek ANDPROMPT on in front of the oiliio. lie then 1 hit '

recojriiiyo the kind of stuff I tlie team with bus! laughter! 1l1orI'; ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
H .ii.ly| : Coal Co., Ruililo, 0., writes: "I I SERVICE
the bell n:1.l 1 lustily on the
11 tie Imjs are wade of. Can any one I have ben afllicted with kidney and ,.

toll tat why t.ieso: same LoS are never I bladder trouble for years, passing I DO THE REST door. I aasweieil In person because I

81'1'1'1<"'1\111111 th" country? gravel or ton with excruciatingpain. thought! ; ho nii'l my ollue girl might

there Winter will: Help.Perlaps not..be ns many relief..Ci'KE Other After the medicines taking result was I'OI.I.Y'S!only'urpri KinXEY .gave illg--. 'We T. Gr rnn E &C C,.'S pet just into like the a an Moe'man argument at who o'ico.would, for Insist lie looked upinseeing ':' Th e Star Laundry

A few doses started the brick dust "
'Ioc.! ? lin began without other pre ,
\\lllin to work for their board or
men ,
for"f'ry Ivwn"s next winter as like fine stones, and now I have no Popular Drug Store, liminary.; T\e been takin! truck Cur'' tJl

'. I there will be have sonic Ixn and some some years Rood, but men,there too, pain Cure like a across has new done man.HY kidneys me FOLVY'S JlOtX\and worth KIDNEY I feel of ,I No. 37 South Palafox, six worse'n" months I was, and at the blamed be innln.If! :I 'hain't ,i l THE f W f[FLAUNDRY l f ijf WEST[ f FLORIDA !

who will prefer to do so than to re- good." Take no substitute. W A. Telephone :890.CURE 'U'liat's the matter with you? :'

: main idle. says The American Cultivator. D'L lemberte, 'Stomnch's all out o' whack llegu: ----- ---

-- tar riot down there nil the time and
have other trade but YOURSELF
They no "
farmin: and perhaps are too old to bin '.- I The handsomest r I kE fee IligU for unuainr I i DO a-iKv-in In the renienly after each Cu1rs "Done" Just t lihi t
and they wouhllike to RUGS raluiao. At.cbar.r. tnannudtna.., I meal aul at early l.ediiaie.! !l-1
t ;: nmw now, I G..rm.et irritari. all ur uirrrattnuM.
their There will ine and at the t. anetae. of mu.on neaLtanw 'What are you taking: ?'
least livini
earn at Prnu ..r'a.q Pain.-... an<1 i of ..trie
le' many days perhaps when they cheapest prices ever offered ,a tdtE&ii a iM rtCo.5't "r pue"u un.MGtMn,0 'I' 'Here It !ts. doe! ami I got a lot left will irate a man I tal; ;I..
Sold b.lro IIM 'YC't. My tii>t wife aster buy it in tLe
could lo but !.tth'. and there miy: be : 4't ay. LutI dlirgare ':
in Pensacola. See ollT'dis- ia. i3E 0r * the farnitrcvull :
when with their help tor wron; proeliicm
many '
do ninny thins in the way o. play. Marston $ Fin ch. I h 4, ircuUr h nt vu reiujutsi, I'H/JlJd rrolltnlt t-> >
I don know that? Cours '
that 'S'pose palling degree. \Vtdtf -
Improving; laud: IIr the buildings: :: .
1 It's fur the lust;;: ;. Tl.ntS wli.it wa4 believe! for t.r"t: "
Le lti'i not f'el able to lo In the buy .
the with her. I dru't if could find a fat.
matter: care itwas "
h h-ch.! He might KREUGER & KUGELMAN
time\ >n wa.-es are ;
,, 'h** work Wf do. I I'
', -
fur the Iher. It's got J(T go to t'
da what see-tiud like a deed of charity .... and what .
--" 17"f"d. can iit i I. : '
Mon.ach halu't It'o l'hl'
: < stoni
to surh a man and find that by thesewprovemcuts *= = : than the best:' VVt *
ach and the lungs hain't dunui d fa
so I :
ho had been npiid a I ,B wi-h to bp "Hre-'f /. : '

liiibilnil foM. \\'.' knuw a good farmer AN ENTIRELY FRESH AND NEW STOCK OF FANCY apart but what! helps one lulps tin )--f j n phone or po-t.il w : .i I
ether and what gits to one :gts: to tie; .:1--
who usiel to say that if hetA,1 twu GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS AND :SPECIALTIES. our wa IJ.
ulwrVl'troit free Press.Nu .
more men than ho tui-did ho could fm!

.'IU.i ci for thriii) to Into to He I.o.t.He .
v\h i ttenot need more help on his 1 Salesrooms, loi-134:! E. Government Street.Warehuue. (tiu.ilji-\j\v that we are engaged ALL WORK C. (). D.

f:ir-i -N more apt to have a toner farm Cor. Tarragona and Church Streets
1' than one that is In gaol condition. ;: 1-1 pn-suino I may-may-kl-t! TELSPKOJIE 114. r7 E. GARDEN )1p

Tolrpliono 151. you as much as 1 please, mayn't I?
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.t U"lu.ur' hf'II..IDIt. the (encuuralnly-Yes; ; Indeed

First !U'*:';:ir-Why duln't you tacklethat Make the most of your time dearThere's WALKER '
GRAHAM. {ant'
lady? She night hlgin'n you H. H. WICKE. no telling I.oIon; an engagement c __

t tomething. will last:: nowadays, you know.-

Second Par-I lot her po l>ocausc! !Stray stories.Simply. ESTABLISHED 1863.

I understand my business better than Plumber Gas and Steam ptteF
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you I never ask a woman for anything CnllVi

when she is alone but when two Gussie! Ju-t aftah I started out It McKENZIE OBETINQ & CO.

women are together! you can set money No. 5 South Pnlafox Street, began waining.; and I had to turn back.

from both, because each one Is afraid, r All Kinds o. PlumbiEir and On Fitting Materials Kept on Hand Miss Kostirjue-How fortunate that fI
DIALERS: lt: 0
the other will think her stiny if she 'WI" t.E aAnvi' ..1., '. -i-vp arv.r. t IS there was some one there to tell you. I

I refuses. This profession has to be GU>isie-To tell me what?
and General l ardware
studied, just like any other If you ex Mis-5 Kostlque That It was rainingPhiladelphia Ship Chandlery .

pcct to make a success of It. See?- E. PETERSEN Itecord.
Harlem Life ------ 60S AND 805 S. PAL U'OX STUKKT.:
.DEALER IS.- Help i is needed at once wr.en per-

nn'i life i* in danger. A neglectedcough ..,..- -- .Ao-E'I'JO'V- ---- -
L FOR HOARSENESS. Imported and Domestic Wines and ...
: Cigars or cold may! soon become- REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROERLING'SOM ( O

Henj. Inperson of Hutton, Ind. riom and should be stooped at once GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDriHELA hOX'S PUMPS
;' fays he had not sp ken a word above j ICE COLDiBEER. One Minute Cough Cur quickly

a whisper for month, and one bot cures coughs and colds Bud the worst CHILI, Ctrdin, Pilots, Cils. CtEtictl;! lostrrniBts, Charts, lititn, thin

tie of FOLEY'S 1I0'i E\ AND TAR restored JUG TRADE K SPECI LTY cases of croup bronchitis: grippe

his yoico. It is used largely bv. Corner Reus ai.d Government Streets, and other throat and lung troubles COMP S'-EI. LOGS KTO

speakers and singers.!: Take no sub. : PENSACOLA FLA. Hargi Pharmacy, Sidney Kahn C. McKenzie Oerting Coll ctil;; A;ant for Btr:Pilot-' B 'aevu.; 'nV. ,

ftitut1.V.. A. D'Alembtrte. John Sheppard
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I ciation."I

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WINE OF CARDUI X FOR LITTLE FOLKS. I i PERSONALITIES.__ __ .01o1om1oloeo oe ; _,; 4

i Moy lag a nabob of Chinatown. Chi1 -

A BOY'S LOCOMOTIVE. 1 cage, has sir elaborate -; ;It.
Woman's. honor of his given wedding. feasts in Q Most everybody knows $ / ;;

Crowning Virtue. I Tie Made rhoo-choo Out of Boxes a: few and Jersey Thing Bar i i| Senator Platt daring: the first month something about HB"Old 'f t tS ; .

In which he was a member of the senate .
Leo Ellsworth Kenney, a boy of 7 .
| received and answered IC.OuO letters '
BBITON Mo., July 77. I years who lives\ at Plainfield X. J.. j' it
For Buttered terrible paioi .. bas !and even now he frequently gets Cheroots" :
years every a marked talent for "inventing i
mont! and my doctor told me I could not O I as many as 250: a day. Virginia ;r ::
things. All his is taken
be cored urept by an operation. I fell I playtime up j t John
,d not mbinit to that and was so deep i Iin making some hurt of contrivance M. Kell who was executive officer '
dent I had given up all hopes of a cure. of the prl"oteerIabama duringI : -
Mi bu band insisted on my trying Wine of that amuses him far more than the; 8 of them : -:-.
I the civil died as are
I war recently at his borne 300,000,000 )
ar ui aDd at la-t thank God I did try it. toys which moat little boys enjoy play- ;
List month 1 did not have a pain, and dida 1 In Sunuyside. Ga. He was of Scotch .
which I had not Ing with. smoked this Ask about
work done in (
my seven J anybody J
: ;
**"*. ts vwi The picture given herewith shows an I j j j ancestry, !but was born In Georgia: In1S23. year. a
[ engine which Leo built for himself. '| them if have smoked them -'
never BJ .
and it is jut as real to him as though i I James Whitcomb Riley Is a greatj you ;, .

; It could draw a real train and when I Ii j I friend of es-I'resldent Harrison! and yourself. They have made their
WlUeQrdJliMjdi'Sty ,i he sits In the "cab," with his hand on when the latter Is in Indianapolis the

the "throttle" LH Imagination carries i 1! two !generally take together\ a morning reputation and their own place

him through: pace as fat as any litu- I walk about the residence pOI tIon of the 6 own $

is the crowning virtue of American women !It is the trait Ited express between Jersey City and j I cIty in the trade their
that all mankind aJmires. A modest worru.n is the most:; pleasing of all 1,I Chicago. I Judge Jay A. Hubbell who died atI J cigar wholly on :
iteJ things. Because of this becoming virtue thousands of women
i ",r t.) suffer untold miseries rather than confide their troubles to a One day Leo was tent out In his fa- I HouRhtoB, Mich., the other day had merits. Three good smokes for five g

t Man, and to ten think of submitting to an examination is revolt- ther's barn, and he gathered up all the 1 served five times in congress;: and was

: They can't get their own consent to an operation. Wine of Cardui grocery boxes he could find about together chairman of the Republican\ ccngressional : cents, and no waste 1 j

I 'm'ts sensitive women to retain their modesty. With it they can cure with barrel and keg covers i committee In the.Gartield cam- BD

..f.male troubles" in the quiet of their own rooms. if special treatment The biggest packing box he uses for paign.Bismarck's. Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this AM

quired they can write to the Advisory Department of the Ch4ta- i sons have testified to .
;a Medicine Co., and their letters will be promptly answered by i' their friendship for their father's phy- yeir. Ask your ova dealer. Price. 3 for 5 cents. s H t

women trained in the cure of
i flclan Lr. Schwenlnger by appointing!
womanly weaknesses and irregularities. /: I IooooSoBoDon't
him director! and head! physician of a
a ad TIC*in cawi r#quirinit eprral There should be no hesita!
icons. ulilrrw, hospital they have endowed at LlchterfelJt -- -- -- -
tnTinifiTiniitniiii.utlM tion. treatment
A4Urf( h.p' Thl ahAtanLA; Delayed means achronic I
!IDH1MIIO.. ltmtt.lHX>K..Tl-UU. condition. The longer I near Berlin. Throw Away

postponed the harder to cure.IUCieS1 Paul Blanchot. who Lad charge of

A LARCE BOTTLE OF WINE OF CARDUI I Lf the Paris Matin's transsaharan expedi-j I Good Money

COSTS $1.00 AT THE DRUG STORE. tion! died at 1)aknSenegal, of yellow i i .c_ j' on poor coal There i is more economy -

f'F'' _, fever just as he was about to embarkfor e. than you are aware of in burn- .
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OF CARDUS I'"l 1'1'8nCafter having successfully ins kirk grade coal Tile Gateway

njf" -.YT sZZ accomplished! his mission. lie was only don't IIy up the clilnmev it diffuses

:GO: years old. ( heat both long and etlectire, and
r keeps your room warm without
During the CO that Judge lira- ,
years : I1
much labor, heats without
or youroven -
VE ) BY PALMISTRY. I ORCHARD AND GARDEN pan of Texas has been In public life he p fluI k. annoying you, slid it costs: no

< LtAKTHt: : TIIM'K1 has kept) up his farm. lie now has a k more than what you pay for inferiorLy
irri'I .lhl.lnKl l 1'rotn IIU Cave Make cuttings of yearling wood. ,
tit MI line ranch of NX) acres near I'alt'stiul'nllon good*.
A rosebed can 11:1I'l1lhI. made too .\ which he will
county, to retire
; for him! to ;ji;1'1 in and nut of
'fl IIM antecedent proba- i rich. asilx;!. Two ::llJaIl.'.' lKfs piled la when he surrenders his office of '"
Justice to TllOm Olsen &Sn Coe
u prisoner
I I son
Set after the
trees out any time front support| | the sniokt'Mk.! winch !U railroad commissioner.
.\ !':it and a turned downwmld ,
leaves fall. ''a r-hurt l'g of wood, 1111,1! the saluki One of the suitors for the hand of
that when this
,1.1 no's you of being ai .\ low tree is Kss affected! by winos i (pouring Iroui its h'JlI is illustrated l.y .t Queen \Vilheliiiina of Holland and! cue 'ac Telephone 147.

and will grow bettor than a tall one. j bunl'l.If black curled hair. who was considered! two years ago l.> ,
iiKakms; with u ltgi! re- i
.truth." Nipping raspberry, canes before they 1 .\I the front \is fastened a bicycle i have a good chance of success has just

too tall Insures lamp, which : (}!l'l1. lIe was Prince Bernhard Ileln-
grow a stocky growth. | 'I'fII" a lll'adliI.t to
: I lick about louic.: the: dc'ml. : B. WRIGHT>> GOfflPAJiY
> "I am unable to say The secret of keeping winter applesIs : shine out far up iln- track and 1 below ;<, rich of Saxe-\Vclmar. He was only '.: r1fJW.} ,

i .r i .. jriirlty: on that proof. Hut low temperature and thorough; venti i I [is seen the "" owraicLer." made! from n years old. Ills death was the result of I r' :

.'I': 1 am innocent. My lift' lation. Put away only sound fruit. i 1 lox lid which will safely clear away : a cold caught w bile hunting. : \ i9 MANrFACTUUKRS A\DKALEltS IN

d my capacity for Lard To Increase the bloom of late flowering any stray dugs or cnn-loss ihiltiren who Admiral Itradford, !, who Is at present
1 may loiter In the roatl. ; the chief of.the bureau of equipment LUMBER LATHS
.:.i>ly astonishing, and my "IanloI'rlllil' In autumn or just before 1
1, ''i toy own ability Is tu- the growth starts la the spring. .\ barrel cover malts the Ins front and supplies\ In the navy department is : ut ,

Now is d good time carefully to examine j I Iniving wheel, and smaller lids tntuMiUiv known as a man of system and has is
vlic*!N I'fljiuO. The coal ,, SAIEDCYPRESSSHlNGLES-Klin-DriedSajE
box Is hanging In his private office a bulletin i
s. ii!i-' fur (palmistry. Now bolduiMit << \ all young trees and destroy nil '
piled l high with 1,1tdof its make !believecoal. .E
1:1lIls:' Insects that hart tucked themselves showing the exact amount of coal available I : PENSACOLA. FLA.
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for the the
] I'Url'l131by naat
away for the winter.
up. i I I-eo is a t, thoughtful:; buy whoattends i different! ports throughout: the world.
't tell whether have work- The Is
; i you greatest profit with apples I
.1 I t' "ie liMikss of those hand," said from the winter sorts, those which are his books.'Ihe school. regularly aud is fond of Soon after the rescue of General i

st i> "Hut in the interest of the high! colored of good size and for I '-- Buden-Powell from Mafeklng he re-- DUNN'S HOTEL $>
celved least dozen offers of
';', ; i r knowledge 1 will digress and which there Is the greatest deinaud. Hell of the Angelv at a marriage -

you that nu article )Known as If the apples are buried for late keepIng It ii uid, somewhere., at t ,iilgbt: from single: or widowed womenIn I ON EUROPEAN PLAN.
I A gmt Ml softly snmga.Ami !. : England who were desirous of part-
t ,p was inventfd some years ago. put on a good covering of straw or ,
anon mn listen aDd htrkrn ners. Two or three of them realized REGULAR MEILS EACH C1Y 25 CENTS EACH.
Serer heard of it, said the prisoner marsh hay before putting; on the soil : To the. njrciu music that nngs.If 1
: that they would not be the only women
'Mly. "and I know just as much It will In the!
a large: measure prevent '
:L", ,'::1 my guilt or innocence as 1 do earthy flavor. I be Jut from his heart's Inner chimlnr who made offers! and telegraphed him : Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night. 11. i ii
All the paviicm pain and Itnte.I ,
I In order to get their offers in first
h''UUt soap. You might try roe by a Gladiolus bulbs may be left in the I Heartache and weary longing: i i OYSTERS FISH AND GAME OF ALL K1KDS IN SEASON. {
Pew of the eminent (Amerl-
lights -
if my ptvrs. ground until the middle of November, I That tl.rub in the pulses!" of life; \

"Y..'I./ peer are too busy telling fairy but after taking; up they must be well I I If he thrust from his soul all: hatred ,. can William gardening Saunders were chief better of known the expert-than I i SPECIAL: : ORDERS :KT: :KNY: HOUR. f

ti.bartenders on this muggy dried or ripened 1 in the sun or they will All thoughts ill wicked things, ,
'. .:..HI:; to come out to help the enA.f not keep well.-St. LouIs H<,publlc.Tb J(I He. can h.>ar In the holy twilight I inent grounds of the United States department BATES:-:From $l.fNJto'l.irer: Day. Lodging:23and cents. 'I
.. taw., Tip dollar they'd get foray j I How the bell bf the angels! riogs. of agriculture at Washing- 'n

-,-rvlce would make them die of Remedy. : Let \IS took la our hearts and question.Can 1 ton. a position he held ever since the 517 and 510 South Palafox St. PENSACOLA, FLA ::1 t ,

,'f t14.,'I'...." I purer thoughts enter In : department was organized. Mr. Saunders f
The Grand Duke of Mecklenburgwas ,
: To a toil if it be already! whose death occurred recently ------ I
I'd have
v tin.-for me never
one day gambling at the Doberan The dwelling cf thoughts cf sin! ? :
born at St. Andrews, In Scotland
Mv prisoner taid.i i was :
tables! and was betting! : on the same
:, :out: Intensely interested In the numbers rich master who I So then lit us ponder a little, In IS'-':!. Christmas ::1
',. as a potter It us look in our Learts. and (e* ;
health, the justice said -- -
nood next I If the twilight! bell cf the angels
:':i "I dnift know whether you're Both having lost their money, the I Can ring fur you and me. I
.. '. and neither! do I in- I i -AND- :
ii you. am grand duke Inquired "WelL pottf'r."ha C. 11. TAYLOR ,
',.,! '0) the opinion that you are but i Gamp of Postman
t shall we do now?
1 ,,i'** no policeman! will arrest you "Oh." replied the master potter ;,' Any number of people) can play "post. MANUFACTUREROF
'-'III..nl./'re and the corner." : man." A blindfolded! player: Is tile
"your highness will screw up the taxes, STYLISH....
p-isoner made the trial trip cur and I shall make pots." j "postman," nod a second player Is the Holiday Liquors i

"fi.liy and was seen no more.-ChiJournal. : "postmaster." TLe other players sit In

>;u CZlm-\.ITGIIISG unlOus1'lrnplt'N } chairs at the sides cf the room. The ,

postmaster gives each person the name -AT--

Many persons have had the ex- Cured by R. IV 15.-ISottle i i of a city or town and leads the blind f r J

'-ri''?iii-e of Mr. Peter Sherman of Free to Suflerers. po" tman within the circle of players. SOOTS ft' 5 B 0 0T t s

N I1 F.:Stratford.iviars(! :' I sutferecl, N. II.,torture who says from: Does your Skin Itch and Burn i, Then he says "I am sending a letter : S. A. FRIEDMAN'S .
Distressing Eruption on the kin so from New York to Chicago'' (or between 1
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'r'tl! indijTestion, but Kodol Dy-- TT rY'Tr ... 4
feel ashamed to be seen in company other two and I
you any towns), the -
-: -i, Cure made a well man of ( ? :m:: South Palafox SI. PIXS.COL.'IJ1.
It digests what you eat and is ? Io scabs and :Scales form on players having; those names must jumpup '-_' _" ;',' .
the Skin Hair or Scalp? Have you and If the
change places.
1 in cur for dyp<'p-i.i and postman --
.', '. Eczema i Hkin; Sore and Cracked? m! WORK Of MY[ wmm
I' tmubl It give relief at Rash form on the Skin:' Prickling catches one of them while changing: : or I am now receiving daily l.iisrp-liipinent of Jmporti'd aid Domotic

"Vi'ii in the worst cases, and Pain in the Skin? Boils? Pimples? pets to the empty chair first that per- \Vine;? and Liquoialo the Flout Hottlt-d and t a-f tii rod"f all Description -
t" t !h*-lp but do good Harpisi..acy. Hone Pains? Swollen Joints Falling sun ha* to take ho postman's pl.ice.' A Executed in the Highest S'fle of the Art -.

II Sidney Kithn, John player who does not when his.
Hair? All Hun Down? Skin Pale? up
Special attention to mail and city order- delivery\ to
: rd.Iedical. given any
: 1 I Is called also becomes Worn! Callei! For and Delivered
Old sores? EatiuJ Sores? I'lcers city his postman part of the: city. Satisfaction guaranteed: .>r money rnfundtd. Write for
All thee are symptoms of Eczema li-t. 1
? price
Society and Impurities and Poisons in the 1 Itand.era-hief Trlrk. FREE OF CHAROK.:

T: -re will be a regular meeting of P.lood. To cure to \'itaeured tikeB. To perform a simple! trick you will;

::l.'.>' P. n"jccla Medical Society at 15. 1$. (Botanic Blood Balm )1 need a round stick about 12::! or IS !inches No. 9 North Palafox St. S. A. FRIEDMAN iP.
Board of Health office at I 8! which make the blood and l
pure | Ion Insert needle in
;; a one end of it
f\\ 'I'k Dec. 2i.1itiu !i .
p.m. > rich. B. B. B, will caue the sores
.! physicians are cordially j to heal itching; of eczema to !top| so that about three-
.'fitt-d to attend. 'forever, the kin to become clear cud projects. Hold the stici: KIDNEY DISEASES I'KNKACOI.A.: FLA.

J.1fARRIS PiEKi'uxT: D., and the breath sweet. B. P. Ii. is uprii'lif! and throw .1 handkerchief on I .

President."u to It *.. that the center tin
just the remedy you have been look- alights t i'' irsM CKKAKYM.D., for. for end where the needle isVhe.i .
lug Thoroughly tested :30 I uppi.ist TIME TABLE.
'.. ', fatal of all dis,
; Secretary. years. Our readers are advised to i \ the stick is twirled rapidly) bo are most

HandsomelyFramed try It. I>. B. For sale by druggists tweeu the palms' of the hand, the handkerchief uses.FOLEY'S. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. ,.
rinturcd i at fl per large bottle (full treatment will stand out as if it were apiece
\ ; ) \;;. Complete directions with IN EKI-FCT JAM'Ain :7. 1\1110.\
| of stiff card and, as the needle! KIDNEY I ,
i i Ieachbottlei So suilerers may !eat Rigid
antireulyto hang at unit- : does not show, )'11'1 can pretend that
it. Address BLOOD BALM CO., Isiiraitnd ]' =-.1\. No. No. I I. So. 8.
sttll' / low price \\farston I Atlanta, Ou. Describe your trouble the handkerchief adheres owing: to the 12..i: noon II. p 2.tn I.ft\ I'rti'aeota Arrive 4 j i.". p m hao a m
: and Free personal medical adviceigiven. magnetism of the stick. 2ln p m ,12onl tnm Array.Flnmaton ArneArrive ..Iipm :!:& am
& Fill clr. refunded. ContaiN I 4:11pm l\ol/ia Arrive Mobile. 1:' "noon 1?:lInIKh''t"pm / .
or money <
7t'hinfi.lOa Arrl'w irl an>- Arri\f T..iam 7.45 pin
"My :>ln trr IK .U"ay- In." remedies recognized by emi, I\pm m Arnv Moti'aomfi Arrive 11 lain I.atpmlwani :
ArilrNaliille ArriveGam
; I'pm V.oiau
"Johnny," said a irian, looking at a
; the best foi I I:!::!. noon lOam:: ArrivArrix..' n..i\llli Arrive Y.Vpin 1 -::Lam
':::: RESTL EST TE boy who was taking care of a shop nent physicians as tal5pln:i T:ii5 a m .' _i ii,. Innatl! _L"aer R 4:1 p in _--.!II... .nip m
while his master was out "you mutgive Kidney and Bladder troubles.,
me extra measure. Your waiter
is the basis of wealth, and Is nut in."

Johnny looked up In the man's face \V. A. D'ALEMKERTE.C'llliW XO. :!1. No. e. No. No. 7'.

rmm 1! Rul t atl i s 1 tAl e But I Qestnt t very always Johmij'x seriously in." master and said was, "My tie all master seeing is NOTIC'J 4 llaMnight'f:1I11am\:'" III 1'e3eam;"7Ia'sm.::5aen'1'4 am il..tulllalipr.lIl1'I'pn'arota ihtplry:\1111011 I"II"prn..Jpm.:.'"pen..; pm ITh7pen7asain aaipmIS5snight Sropm:!::"'pm'a

'. -.- 11 :haalit; Marianne Is pen 1:1:10/) Doon
Ood. Let us all when We an tempted' Nt ":15; a III li.ninoun' 1:1\.r Junction fI.1 p m lIJ::'fa m
that can be found in the South. to do wrung adopt' Johnny's motto ; ITHECtbecaptsmosenerour ruaugn'vof the J o.or..a1..ltath.lt .'\'s: ." 1:1 p m Talaba'! ;its: p m .. ..._
? h.. T.a p m Jackeonrtl lr Y.::II a C1 ... _
% rfSponiiMo I
master in. It wiIi
"My is alnaxs
> XOWKEFOUKTHE BIG ADVANCE THAT is SURE TO COME. tor cSfbtcoatractfd liy thrfH ,
ave us from many a sin and mu< h sir Of *ll1 \
\\"J. HAVE[ It.ti:GAINS IX HOMES, KUSIXE S PROPER, v'T. hIrer.Ir's',1.: r
CITY AND fcWRURHAX. row.-Chatterbox.No : Hs'I: I ',\\.u> A ('o. i vptsln.Cnnelgller. LODGE DIRECTORY] Thos. Pebley
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.... Cr..IIIor Good Int..ntlon. lilt t I

J llmI't.'llpl...," said little !boy "ner *\ Nfcll'HfcK the captain own. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
E. Stillxnan &
Co. -
-*# : -,. nor oi-s'nees; of the Hr KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
thank je, no itatter what je d > f i- : .; w.tltOlle will be rrp"n' --A IrPenaacolal.odge -- ,
''Ill. .\ feller put a bent pin' on tiiteacher's <> ...hifor: di"bti i-ontractwl hy'if
-East of Plaza.SW. .b. I d, s.tiJ4e... XII.a, K on 'REAL ESTATE ACENT.J, :1'
chair th' other day an \vh.-n E "\ I.F.I'.
th teacher! was shout to set down I lLi.a '_. w' 1.31u. t'aptaiiiMees. meet every Monday even :
astl'o Pxntvt.tor. ml A.: 'HI, :
I 't.. 1'Klll ng at t at C Hail! IT Account ( oli f
pulled th' chair out from tinder him toave ? 1 i n the Bl'iuir -- Wa!!>":i iectn amj Kernuiain s Made 1 'P
S. GARFIELD & CO. licked t hilling burl! :'f(1r. When Ii--ired! kT
him! (rum th' pin an he WI'inr
-'FITHEI 1 { the
: Captain owni 'i< br..thrl'D eordiail!
W It-Ciicagu: Tribune. /.r.-r .. -i jr ,'on'l.n .-" nf tl1" =-"-- itmzwelcomed.. '. (;no," Building '/)!' foi- "a"and! i Cottages
S. GARFIELD President; R. H. TURNER Treasurer: C. H. TURNER, Secretary. lot -- 'a't.!'.':.. w.i. t.. .4 _- .1. Knt8rn. i and hU'iiiem lioute. for Ient. =l
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n- .L' II'iK-LFK C.CW
Many have lot confidence :tied t m,'!r l ." ofaid t'.'y'.! : K K. 4 H. Worsy!! to Loan en f Improved Real? .f i

it ii tire'' -,- _______ J
Ice Gold Storage and Goal. hope as well a* health, because they I', \: 1 L.u>> .--I". '.". Cnpi.1,, -- Estate eth: y. t :

thought thpir \.1n"ydl"a. wa in O. ,V. r ,1
t"I'"' Off Ca>,i ', Grocer Sore .
curable. FOI.KY'S KIDNEY Cnn ia j.i ....- \.iitlthecaptain.: o"ut-r -
.. the Itnti-b No. I V"fH,,! of abe
a .r! -" -:010".t i Live Oak Camp inan .
0 M for Joiuestupurput -, f:,. per ,n if ordfred prior to Oct. I 1. Place yourL'rd'r positive cure for the dicourad; '- "J.f'-- .. KiiirlsJi will be mponsihlfor :
at once and save (1 a ton.tif' and di-con-olite. Take:: nootm'r.V.. .; for d-bts. contracted by thf W..rltl. for acceptable Ideas :to:1.!
A. D'Alemberte.Try crew ulail; rr.- Meetant and third Fndav: r/1: :n
i: K AND WORKS, COR. HAYNE AND WRIGHT STREETS. -- -- Dr-Tls... each moot-, \.6i'Q 8 iv..n' er' < frdi- m State If patented. \ 1
lJalfTn.' C' Captain. w. w. WATSOV, THEP .TE :
TELEPHONE 88. TUE NEWS \Vaut: Column. l :.' .. l'1t ,I.. THAMES, Clerk. C. c. Baltimore, Ml .. 'I.aUIc"t..rt I.J I

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THE COUNTY BOARD.A son, claiming damages for injuriesto For Over Fifty ean. 1j/tj; >:? :: ::{; W ";: .: .:':':: :'}':: ::
wagon and team on account of obstructions MARITIME. u*'. WIHIM>W BOOTHIHB BYIVP .11 ; I ';'
Full Attendance and Much Important in been seed for over fifty yean by million ,
the Mnscogee road was mothers for their ehUdren while te.ihtn n {\ 04 !:: Jijlm
BulnetM Traruacted. referred to Commissioner Johnson. with perfect looceii. It soothes the chU 1
A of Mrs. Maxon for softens tile inmiall yill paiD.curl.wit
The Escambia Board of County I request use EXPORTS. and I. tile beat remedy for Dl rrh of armory to give a dance was referred For December to date- :'rARRITZD. 101Ic.It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m-
Commissioners met in regular to Commissioner Welsh.A mll11aelY. Bold by Drngglstl in every

monthly session! last night, all of the request! of the Citizens band for pan of the. world.ndByrap."aandlake Twenty-flve cents Wln.low'a bot- r ij [ M [ 1 1AT

members being present. Much im use of armory December 13th, for a Tug Echo with! barges Trojan from G Ivesum. SoOt te ( orot kite.DENTAL .
ball, approved by Major Cary and I AJax from Tamplco and Nelaon
portant business of the county was I Bartlett from Vera Cruz; I I
Capt. Parkhill, was granted under } NOTICE.
Br is Hannah M Bell. 1833 Granger St i
transacted including a declaration the usual prescribed conditions. : Vincent to oulf Transit Co i Just returned from j :

favoring the strict execution of the A communication from Rev. Father -> Chicago T.J.Welch! and New having York. here he has been ..'
McCafferty thanking the board' SAILED I IBr | and Investigating! all of the latest ,. ;
tax collection laws, the approval of studying ;
oflicers-elect for permission to use the armory fora 58 Ralros.Ga 1en. Bordeaux ,nlir and most improved methods of general dentistry _. ._. (J
the bonds of county and I
sch Ctieslie. Mernam. Bay of Fort de and especially metal platet town
bazaar, and stating tnat it had ,I .France MartiniqueAT and bridge trort. Is now prepared offer his
etc.The of the finance committee been decided to bold the !lame else- patrons the most up-to-date dental work I
_ I recommending report the approval of a where, was read and ordered filed. QUARANTINE. that can be obtained in any office. t < THE BIG STORE !!(j jx

number of accounts! and claims was Messrs. Jos. I. Johnson and Hans It ship Prospero Repetto 11M, Hchiappa- '
and Anderson! appeared as a committee i caste,Uenoa toorderitbkTrento. A SWEEPING REDUCTION ATFALK'S I 1 I:) .
read adopted.The 1
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l+Uolnsso, Marseilles to (:)
of the Pensacola Yacht '
following bonds of county officers Club to ask I Baars. Dunwody A <'0 I MILLINERY, WALKING -- --- --- -' --- --'.
were presented and approved.Jaorge for use of the armory for a benefit Oar bk \"hurgulo;):!.Meessner,Charleston HATS 50 CTS. AND 75 CTS.THEBESTSALVEINTHEWDRLD ] .-:'.' 7F ..
( E. Smith, sheriff So.OOO; dance about January 15th, and the to Id: H L Co :(.I'

+ sureties: Wm. Kisher. F. U. Ren- request was granted under the usual I' I

A.!!shaw Blount.W. for A. $1.250 D'Alemberte: each. W. conditions.Commissioner Brewton reported a '' TIlE SIOPPING. is BANNER SALVE. It is made from ,']'I I : :, A List t of Useful Presents

L Thomas R. McCullagh, county pauper at Bluff Springs for whom a VESSELS IN POETeTEAYSRIPs. i a prescription by a widely known 1
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jud ;e.I.ooo; sureties: \Vm. Fisher permit to the county poor farm was : J I skin specialist and positively is themost I -FORCHRISTMAS-
and C. Thieen. desired and the matter was referred' Nor Atballct, u>i(, Wiebust to Pensai'ola i healing salve for piles, burns s$
John W. Frater treasurer. $$.%.OOOj i to him for report to the chairman. Lumber Co scalds ulcers, running gores and all i.
; Commissioner Nor Aqulia HOT Anderson. Huelva.W M I skin di*eases. There is nothing so j GIFTS :
; Johnson referringto
sureties: F. C. Brent and William Keyser i c'o II .
H. Knowles, for $12,500 each, and delays in the collection of taxes, It Agordat 1'"., Villa.to I'ensacola Lumber good. W. A. D'Alemberte. ( ) (
that the collector be instructed Co i I ------ f
suggested -
Wm. }Fisher for $10.000.W. tier Heinrich Horn li-U Petersen, to 1111 : i :r ('
W. Richards assessor. $1,000; to strictly enforce the law. Boyer i ii
sureties: David Tobin Jos. I. Johnson i After considerable informal debate Nor Ruth K), lIel1"sl'n.lo Baars Dan- !' The annual election of Director, :, [::3 Presents for Gentlemen. ii i
A Co
Commissioner Johnson offered thetolowing wody
and F. R. Pou. ; resolution, which was Br Kacileb, VWT, Dusting, to Gulf Transit | for the enuins; year, of the Citizens X N. B. Cook school superintendent Co National Bank of Pensacola, will be j t
$1,000; sureties: M. Hear and unanimously adopted : BrStratbleven.li; 'i, Innis. to Gulf Transit !' held at said bank between the hours > M 4j, Initial Japanese Silk Handkerchief., t5e. .ix f.ij i()

Wm. Fisher. Ke ol\ed.l hat tbe clerk: address a com- (b Span 1'Ivlna,1PSLuzarracato6ulfTran-: :; i! of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., on Tuesday i !; y Initial Linen Handkerchiefs: ., 6 in Box. . ... {}
munlcat to the tax collector requesting)
I A. M.: McMillan, clerk circuit him comply strictly with the law in regard Bit ('n January bt11,1001. i I $ All-Linen Hemstieh Handkerchiefs.15, 2ia:, i
: court, $;),OOOj; sureties: Thos. V. Hannah to the tlinrt of collecting taxes and I'.r westtnoornt.! Klause to I'.aars, Uunwody L. HILTON: GREEN: I j
, I and I). W. McMillan, for $2,500 the advertisement and sale of property; Co dTtd president.J. !: i [|j j Less by Dozen.
' i each. and to give notice of this request by notice KHIP6. ______ _____ j I White Silk Heirutich Handkerchiefs. . ....ftll v t -

M. P. llonifay, clerk criminal to month the taxpayer In the Journal published and Weekly weekly New for 4.one Br Lt'na.IIIj:!, Nibhs.BABKu.Dtraerara to s > L Co ,;1[. Milliard $ Co. build i .$, N White and Colored :Silk Mulllcrs .. .. .. .75.-1, .

court $2,000; sureties: C. Thiesen Chairman Cody read a communication $ .* White and Colored ordered Lawn Handkercln. :f
:Nor AustraIa.iI7hJ.AnenNento orderIt best
and F. Ii. Honff.A. '. the deliverwagons j
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from the contractors who Cosnatl.v.1. I'outrcmola. to H S L Co ; [$* <\ per dczen . . . . . .. . . .... .
H. D'Aletnberte collector erected the Bayou Chico bridge concerning It Conijuestutort rain Trapenl loonier spring floats drays ; q
$30,01)0) ; sureties; FisherV.. A. payment of the balance due Nor Llrf J"i, Balversen: to l'en.acola etc'i \!;;t 11'hiteandColored Bordered Lawn Handkercln.-:

D'Alemberte and W. A. Blount, $10,- thereon, and after discussion wa Lumber It Marcianli Co ; (.i"rl.lo eld for Lisbon i M per dozen . .. .. . ... .. ... .. . .

000 each. requested to reply that the first payment It Madonna del orto&w; ; (Gamlieo to Kosn l|) : Scarfs, Four-in-hand and Tecks .. . .. :i'". jf : [;'J
James R. Landrum, justice of the made, of $1000, was made la"t , It Olivo VI1) Kazato to order
peace, $500; sureties: : M. F. Gonzalez April, before the bridge was accepted It ellin,T'O, Patatzato W L Wlttlcli A Co f|] Presents for the Ladies.
and W. J. Forbes.C. with the understanding that fatHoONERS. I i(:]
1*. Kobe, constable $;jjt'j( ; sureties : ,
twelve months from its date should
_ \m Davy Crockett, 81, Merntt toSS L X' v Scarfs Pillow
Fancy Slip Irish Point and DunM -
: M. F. Gonzalez and Ed. Senior, elapse and then, upon in-pection if Co .
Jr.Geo. the bridge is accepted, the balanceto Am l>onna ( hrl.liloa.ltIi.: Guaranteed Tea Years. $ Sett?, Center Pieces: and Bureau Covers, H"III- 1()
W. Harrison, justice of the Am Vila \ llerniauo, iVJ. Clark to Jno A' '
be paid.A Merrllt h Com tiched Table Linen, Hemtiched (Covers .1;, i iv
peace $.VM; suretieL.. C. Brewton, petition of W. A. Shelby and \ William C Tanner S7i, Johnson to The Leter sounding board is I y Towels, Pm Cushions, Plain and Trimnn i ie
J. P. Harrison, J. W. Bowman, R. J. Jiu A Merntt A Co
Brewton and M. others for a road to be located in district crowned and built into Piano on ':: Initial Silk Handkerchief ..'. . . ... .. .
Baegett.: No. 3, was not considered<< for I
E. P. Chaflln, notary public, $500; the reason as stated bone of the a P. CLEARED AND MAILED. FOB PEN- caue principal the back of a vio J J i Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs ..... .. ..25c t> -
is the
: line This secret
sureties: M. Bear and \Vm. Fisher. board that the condition of the road MELLOW LESTER ToN.;. 'i v <-, Embroidered Linen Handkerchiefs. ..L'a.Soau: ,! 1i

G. B. Catllero notary public, $;;00; fund does not permit even the necessary Aureola Br, ski' Harry Dec We ask you to compare the Lester *' M Dozen :Swiss Embroidered Handkerchief .
sureties James Jr. and v.
1 : Hughes, ,
maintenance of the! existing Aqua Hr, at T"II"nrult: Nov 16 We invite .
one to be supplied.A roads. Ardit It. sId Genoa lI..e. I with any other Piano. 5 Rog All-Linen Hemtich Handkerchiefs, sheer .

pension claim of Ephraim Ma- W. H. Kilbee called attention to' r.ul1.le.1ir. sid. Harry Dee IIE'errnllbam. this, knowing there is NO BETTER I j jPIANO t .. All-Linen Hemstich Handkerchiefs.. .. ....2-. t tfil ,
tldUrinisb Nov:
Kr. > MADE.
4 .i lone was investigated and approved.The the condition of the hard road I' ltd Izen'hlt and Colored
near Freda llorn ier. sld Barry Dec 7 Sold Ka- Terms. A large Bordered Handk. r i
report of the tax collector of Olive, the corduroy being uncovered!, Klrrlemoor. Br Id G..11I11Ocl31 variety to select y from. Call and see )] } chief, per dozen . .. ..... .... ... [Er I)
; poll taxes collected in :November Lancfond Nor hid hhiHiU Nov luMaraton : i I .
j was presented and filed.A etc., and the road supervisor was instructed Moor. Br.sid Ueuoi Nov: them. *-*' Box Ho"e, :3 pair fur. . . .. . . .. . .:}
to take men and teams and Mieppcrton. Br Kid Genoa Nov :1 t i
complaint from several citizens attend to the same. fcpennymoor: Br bid Shield's Dec 1Fir | f,j Best Kid Giov. per p'tir . .. . .. . .. i:1:

1 concerning the condition of the The board then adjournedIf 11'''. CLUTTER'S MUSIC HOUSE, i .: Golf Glove l *, \per i 1:1lr. . . .. .. .. . ... .
Delta road was referred to Commissiontr ", -. Ito,. U1 Aiynu Hay Oct LoKli
1'ur.ell. .e.<;er. sld Havre bees 112: anil 11 South Talaf.it Slrret.KICHAKl F:) ,; Eight Yard nit--, Goods, 5<) inches wide, all Li :

A communication from former a- your stomach is weak it .hould EuphenrlItFld: Ii nlebea5Nov17 ( ,. hugs; and Tfinlntnfor. . . ... . .. . H
have help. Hood's Hir=aparilla Maiubout. I'.r, >!,1 rivnouili :Nu'I INnrg" i '
.jet' or (ieurgo Iln',e requesting; tl.epayment gives strength to the stomach and : Nor. sld Dublin Nov I IThos

of a balance due Sum on cures dyspepsia and indigestion. VaiUuarn.II Ih II"Ii." ,Hr.U.1 lil CO!k at.Oct ll.irro-';. Nov IT [ ) H. FKIK:*. |I ::.F (: Presents for Boys and Girls.
commissions for 1 1VJS: was referred to \'llnllll'II. sid Marseilles Nov :'4KM'K' I ,:

' the clerk, to confer with the coll' c- .\ lUack beep -. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ;i 'i''; IJ'iys' Bicycle Ho*('per pur: . .. .. .. .. .
the: due and Annie M.lt. std Hamburi :Nov l.{ c t.
tor to amount drawn
>J warrant as for the same.jr .\ lllack! Sheep" and ho .v it came Adoiph! :Nor 7':.>. at Londonipt;; ?< ., iirls' fine Itibbbd Ho?'. per pair .. . .. .
-! out in the wash was presented last liirnr.m \Voixl. r.r. 12U. at Nest iturtlcpiol Pensacola Fia. { ,
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+ A petition to locate: a road from 1 NoKsccirin\ '1 ;1{ Chilli's Iliitialllandkl'rchit.Cs. per box... ... ..

4 I Rober ? to Cantonment, tni the we-t t night; I fahiti'il at the:opera H audience.hon*p to a large -vi-lo.! It. -i Hi. sM r.ri'tol Oct ::".' ''E :-OvrrSol Cahn & Co.'s :i iOKKIC i,:"t' (;held'slleuntichlfaLdkerclli"fs, per doz. .. .
side of the railroad brought the: > ('hertesanti MdtFr.Iiat :Nantrz Augtf ; .
F up I Win. D-Veie.: Coodfeilow! Gunning Dilhhur Nor, >11 KHuvlfi.a Dre S corner Palafi'X and Intendencia St*. :i -,- Uoys'Colored B ird!'red! Handkerchiefs, per doM /
\vhol matter of road work and itj
rj ditor of the Tomb,tonn InI r-niPMlda. I1ui.Id! 1.115 I'Hlun: Nov :lb > < I [ Bays Kid and Cloth Move. .. . .. .. ... .2:, '
, was determined that nothing could | I mniiuel. 'it*1' rid Havre Nov IT i i
::1'}'1 be done, a* the road fund is 'xhlu-t. .I scription was a treat clnracter: and Kditiliurgh. It, sld nrilill :Nov IT W[. Mines'Kid Gl.n-es. . . . . .. .. . . > t.iFj I.
brought down the! IIOUM with his Iledwig.it'r. pa-etllsle of NightNov3: '
$' t'd fur the pn..t>ut. Commi-ioner IHU-I''PIIIt.lt. sij (,f IHIH :Nov ITKiatidra ; 11i-se;' \Vol.I li tf'n".I.-. ;.
tt,, i' John-on also explained poncernintj unique way of coMectiti:; ub-crip-- : (,..r.I.;"..Id Murkhdlni. Oct I.hatll..lm.lr.IU.IH 20.000 11 c. : I I'"I
lion+* Spu'ialtus were introduced: Ifs } : <
; I"hl'.t l I1.' i .J
y rr this road that himself and Coinmis-; .. ;
durin the pnformaiice! which received l.nouruna. 7Vt O-nna, (Jet i .
.iv signer Parell had gone over the libralaplause. Mnn.i.: 1 1, test',, sid \ alenoia Nov : I II : : House :
r ground and found that: while nearly.the : :\lIll1'n'nIL sId Barcelona\' s I tJ Decorations. l
whole right of the oa-t rrsop'-rr-. 'Id! r.flfdst Dec 1Uin
-ide of the railroad could way ou be secured The Bast Plaster. It,sd! IMrci-lont. t lit Auction Sale j'"Cj *"' Fine Djnia-k: Curtain;. .... .. .. ..... ; j t.> .
j I A piece of tlinnel II i impelled with s;..itemnr, kll fwuiteiiovil I ,
t' t by donation, uoie had b'>t-n ottered |i Chamb tin'- l\iin JJiluj and boundto Vermont. it, !';-, sld: Algiurs+ o.-t i C' j J j Fine Velvet 1iig. .. .H. .. .. ... .. . *_. i l t.> .

k j on the west ..ide. which was closely : the iillrcjcd parts is iipeiior to 11KUS.Flly. .' ,.; .... Saiyrna Jugs .. . .. . .. ..... . . . .1, i\\..
(.er, O fcl 1 .\ tltaova : J/i
} settled with improved in trn "pt OF UNREDEEMED
,t small int. property i I any pla-t'r. When troubled with :\llInlll.lt. bill haron! June s I Ir i 1 I.. VIC Curtains i per pain 75.; to jhuti+ ; l h.-ni'i I I. I! Itc' '

A cominu'iicution from Win. ''! litneba.'k.r' painin tIe side or ',) a t .. .. ." . .. .. . .. .... . . .
$ Fi li-. cheit, gi\f it -a trial! and you are certain T.> W II in it MayNotice ('u0tern. : ,; .. .. .. ... ; .
er on behalf (>f Mary Smith complained to bf than with >.. L'h..nilI'fabl..lIvtr! |I'
I tint the whole ij;ht of way l the prompt relief which pli'j'-fd it all: '''rd*. after :. i is ht'ffhginn'\ l-thkl.the 1: that member on and r PA/ED/ JEWE1flYAll [ J : .';...J]. Damask Table Cover. . .... ... .... . .1. tIi .
for the road: from Parent's to the 1..1 j| 1'ain ]'> ilin :iNo cures rheunmi-m. ..
of the
'! ShipC.irpeuter'siuid.tulk"rUtinn :
' A X. road l had been taken from a'i One ftp;>lieati.i cive* rpliff. Fur No.Federltfnuof Lalior. [:j ,; Table Linens.
,;:malllf.lct IIf herrc'fprrecl to clerk | Ii
i ale lljiui.ih: : l.ro, an,1 i all meJi- will work with I IU
lr with instructions to in\'e.ti/ito and .1 cine dealer not :)[non-union ,'., ,; H.Italln.lma"k..2Jnrl\l': .-. .. .. . .... .. -t. .
Mf make .. man except in cists of extreme nec -
1 A communicr.ti reply. .>n from< Wolfe & | Remembei--- -th--" I'. -1..A.- -military *-"ity. All members of the above U r lllJe) cription s I Ij :i} : Turkey I\fd imask.: .Vi inches, per 'ard. . t'I'

J'eeie on behalf of Robert Heudcr-i i ball at the Armory New Year's eve. union are rt-que-tPd to attend next j .;!J Bleached! Diuias'k.p'ryiiid. . ... .. . J. I'

--- --- -. .- -- -- .- -- . ----' .-. .. -. -- ineetin December!?. the when\ third the 'etlnp.dlv election of oili-in Alo. in connection with tin l'n- | I fjj:;'J' _' Unbleached Dimak; reryard..t: .. .. .. .. _;5tW t .' f I i

cers will t ikt- place. redeemed: I'Iede.tie I will put on .J, \ All-Linen N'ipkin-, 1..lz..pt'rd..zpu. . .. . < .J

Christmas Feasting # llil-tillj C. 'I'. JOHNSON: : Pres. s-alethe Great recently Mock purchased of Jewelry; of aiid'Silverware J. 'i ,I IB. 1 Lar e Size Knitted: Fancy Towels.203: or per do/ ,_

t ? fed The person who di-tuibeJ the congregation I5ONK. Cincinnati yhio at One- l 04 t
7 lis' Sunday by coughing; Third Its 'Value and the Two Stocks ) I ya : do/ .. . .. . . .. .. . .. .. .... . i .

h tl "Nov/ good digestion wait on appetite. is requested to call r.n and pet Combined will make it one of the I 1 J j. 100 White Bed Spreadworth: much fibre ,.-$1 ai.d 1' .
And health on ."-Shakespeare. :a bottle of FolpJlO iy AND TAK. Greatest Auction Jewelry' Sales! ever j t'"j'
It always gives relief. W. A. D'Al put before the public in this city andvicinity. j I ,i Clothing and Furnishing Goods.

Pfc Tlo Oli.vifittixi.nEi TXoli.cln.ys are a time of Joy and Feasting, emberte. There goods will be"Hold i i : 1 ,'.
1y And those who seek the true enjoyments t>y Good Living should Take cart that \\ tee and \\.ilhont Reserve or Limit to the: }I'. NECKWEAR :
doe preparation be made. otli>-rwl-e linappolnttin-at In Taste aad !SHUfiCtion await Clerk's Union Highest; Bidder for Cash, commencing 1 F) <: EnryP.V shape On. I B"iutiftil IH-iifn, '.';j. Ual. !1i II 1-

the \lctmi8 of errors easily! avuMed. Meeting to-night; in Watson building i I: ) Come and See for Yourself.: (4

; third story, 8 o'clock ; election .1 1
l THE PARLOR MARKETS of officers. TUESDAY, December 11 I ,'.l, (1 Gloves. 1i;

Of all kinds and And will continue daily at 2:30 and! I 1 W[ l From the Fine-t Kid l to the H..avie..t"orkin Ii; ., f{i J

Is the Plac?, of all illisn, to Prows Ersfiftim, Good to Fat STO\'ES\ 7 p. m. till the entire stock i is closed I '.:.' ( Iliilroad: Mtn'o; Gloves, a Specialty, ;,10c, to $-'.H' :
at all sorts of out. The usual motto will be used i 1

prices. Easy terms. Mars- in my sales. All goods sold bymej I ;!) :i) Shirts. l fl flb !)
Tb* Assortment there displayed ouU make the most confirmed dy'prpli: renew will be guaranteed as represented: or .

hIS lout \lnor of appt Fresh>tlte.Therholfffstof Meat of All Kind-; the Freshest of Fine Fiiiiritht! out of the ton $ Finch. your money refunded. Thi .-ale'I' 1 1 <: The Greato-t Line in the City 'OlebraUdirifon I'.r "

uater the Crl'I>>t>t and Finest of Freth Vegetables ot ..'\"I'ry"lfl..ty know ti to tbe ht-ft- means money in your pocketIto- 'I A Up-to-flute style, F.1"gently Finih at
. son and Mark; Ib.. TeaJeie-t ofPoutryDomestic er'dVeternaltveantdrabs"d ; the NAVAL S10HK-5 MAUKKT. member I have: no by-bidders on I:;i Popular l rlcl'-, 7oc; ll.ifj and $1 :!.I.
Best Varloty jmne possible to procure: the Daintiest i>f Uflicacics of every rlt- the floor The goodare simply I i '

I tcrlption.Mou
(n* Or it time furbiditosend theirUrder by Union Natal Stores Cu. a few articles which I will put IIII J..-, .7"

;:i> Tel(1llhone Xo. l ?:{L WW ....._._.._.Ii .KOtitK.>-'> H __ .._II 55WU ( sale Solid: Gold Watches with high; 1 j I 1 i irrulp } i <; Packard die- and in Fine Hay Good Statf*, for built Mm to Dnttenhoff-r hit 1
; i---- .._.__..._.... 2 il li ........ ... 1 fn movement such asEUin.Valtham i. :. : our and v
.. .... ; ; 7 think w kn.}w what tit" trade letnand- '
N __.__.._.... .. 2 lo F.- 14.) ..
,. M ..._ ........ .. 1 Tli I: ._...... ... ... U t1>IK \ Howard, Filled Ca e I:!.1 ,; Sty It'. C' mfort. Durability. 1I'i(I
...__ i.., U _..._. ..... ... la': Watche*. It. It. Adjusted \Vatchfs.| .! J
Pattern :H a.tSa I .........._. .... I :. Diamond L'a-e WatcheLadie! .' andGent's .,.' (. The Greatest Linoof $J.jII. $1| 75; and S:.f Hh')"" fl1:, .
tr ..>", When weH.V. X\P 'ei" Snic ..
I'IUTAlu".IoI.l: [ oenu. Aifnt< for Mern i.Men'.s ft1'"IJ ,
I IMM Solid! Sold; Hins-; ClickBronzes -, I )
._ t and ChiI.lrpu'l! Nhuethat is !.. t.1
--- -- enoul.
----- bterlms: Silverware, ( uad- I, n ,
FUH HI : .....!'. ruple Plated Ware, UoL'trs '1'rbleIWare :... ( Clothing.
Our Entire Line At
------ Genuine Ebony+ (Jood. I f 3

I4"OR REST-Deirable new .roonj cottlocfc OVEU: : Fistii; i WORTH OFGKNT- i All-Wool Utpr Fhntifl Suit* at. .. .. . . .

.); 7GTU7L COST taCenn from Trutley.ta'u: !is bqusr"",'jjr"I'. :New. II.ltr.. Hi.x one 111, INK HIGH GP.ADE DIAMOND) 'r .s -\1I.Wll"f.zJa) :; kC1.ty' WoriirU; Kau*. .. .. .

; city. 1!<.I.tl JKWELIiY, u--h Solitary Uin{*. I?,; F.'taut:' FUHcyl.'a--uu.r :->1111-. . . .. .|H> tirti
weiehinfrom; ', ton 1 Kich.. Ten- l 1'ine >Ultons Harris: C'a--mi"rs and shark tok:

t This Will lntoiestEvevLady I (JunPin-., CnarlrEar Drops+ 'J} t; Suits. ... .. . .. . . . .. .. .. .. ....; ; *, '.
i N Stud*, Solid Gt.ldCirjin-, Solid (J->(ldHeatled I 'l ( Celebrated CI'"rrr Dutn.-ttd Suits! for IJ<, I'I'
In Pensacola nnd Vicinity. J JIP'Ci ilhylU',t?y &'Il Walking CantField' 'I .. .... .f2.W. f-:' :;0. *:{ uj, $3 50, Jo,UI), $1L'i I i'rackuJack .
a WMiolaaii t\\ Just Keceived New Stock of
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-trumtnt': and hundred d other arride I ; and i fcaudow Pant* for JJoj- 'J"I'
AT- \ ar.d il.--.uil; I),.a'u: ton r.r.m rtJu to mention v.illbe I ( pair ..... .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. .a !"
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Fane's 1 ] linery ClIO ice Family Groceries' b'Md at ; .m;. :: Flfn-fd-Ltpf-d Undcrvear.Hfjvy _

Ae.Lratolfs" p'-r ".UIt.I".I! :
r s fi Heavy M.-'iio: Half-Wool, in J'ay and Tat. s..it '

: Crockfry.-*. Tin. Wood and L i3) '. Oil"- L.: AII-1'",,1. louz.t: !: .ir j .-puCI..J flri''e.. '

\\'llI..wllr. Ci.trs Tobacco. Elant I.1 ht.w. ih11V.t..l; III > iri/ and White fuiiilt r .
SnutT, Etc. aNo Loan O1ficc [;1 -; tat Havvr!.}L: Wn ,1 1 llr, fray arid Hrowu. eI \
Holiday Goods for the Million ; .. Extra l' !It. iU,1 'in
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HAY, CORN OATS AND BRAN. u:(5 forniOppoitc l'AL.1FOSTREIT.. [.'). ?. Mot.led! . . . .. . . . . .. . .
-- -- Tarragona and Int<-nd >neia Street Custom Honhe. r!;t Biz Stock C..I"hr.t..rJ| GjrUnd i { str-tohy :S'-' 1.;.

Drawerlii'svy Cal.t"ul'I.IIIII.I.! p'air . ,
Invoice 3P110U.O 00. per
ltiT'I am receiving daily Large: of Sterling Silver Novelties :
Vault Fire s
S. I have Safety
and Toilet Articles, in Great Variety of the Itiche-t P. a .\4. '.
I Quality and Newest and .
Stvles. a Choice flssortfflD: ? of Ssassnable: and Burglar Proof I am prepared

Cups.trsavt'r Cake Ch!Stand(-lIollo i:e ,Assortment Nut ware Bowl for of Retry the Fine Table liowN Pipl; -Coffees., etc.f'A Tea::, Sugars,.Creams, Christmas Goods. tidies advances:: of to value take on all rood and such will care articles make of your liberal'at the at- j,I t fij = ,*[\ LLI1I]1 JOhNSON t &r01rr;*

Toy*. Baskets, Doll*. Con'ictionery. lowest rat"s of interest.oLoan c"

Clock. Lamp and oib 'r ()rn'\- too small and none too bi?. ilemem.'I t ).,-' --".,-- .- .., -..- ..-... .. .. .. '.' .- -'... ...- '. .
P. LINDENSTRUTH Jeweler mental and Upful House- ber the place is L'l'6 outh Palafox to( v V' -" V .rv r
hold Article. the Postoltice. Alex. 1

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