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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1900
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PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor


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N1'ER CATARRH SENATE COMMITTEE /--...... r

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HEARS ARGUMENTS J\ "':-

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| Its Phases and Stages Cured by Business .Hen- -Favor the \

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Peruna. Weight and Measure Bill. \

I They do so bocaae they have learned -- .
a t by experieneo ttha it is a valuable medicine t
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Xot only i.? it a valuable medicine butit ; r ;':" ,: :I
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inapplicable the climatic ailmentsof Secretary (Jage: and Other Prominent .._ .! .t'_
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winter and
summer. Extremes of Men Appear la Behalf of the read ........\\\:. .. .., '. :', *i-
licit and cold in the United ,
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lug Measure-Mtmaa Makes a Mrons t. ,.'..\.... _= .
a land of catarrh. .'' ." .i
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Nearly e\erylxly has catarrh. Thisis Argument Tor the Hilt.VAMII.NGTOV ) ], ,. ...A, '\.;.,, r 1 11 "'::: --_
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more especially true among the middle "\ Dec .. .. .
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\ and lower classe Exposure to tha ,, 41; t 1, \ '
4 I sou and Turner, wttiug as: a sub committee y" :< .-. .,.,
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climate, hard work, and unventilated <1't \
'I of the senate committee on commerce : -I;.. ; .- mtlo ';
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sleeping rooms are principal causes.
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arguments
Charitable institutions have found supportof
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bitter experience, that catarrhal dis the measure now pending; in the sen .1 -r-: ';:.. J.q"c- : :.. "' J Jr

easesaronot only tho most numerous ate prouding for "he' establishment ola ; :: L ----s, --- .+r,. c 0 ..P9q .L
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of :all other diseases put together, but national standardizing bureau. ,. ..."->:.__ : ,L -1- _-----_ _C':1
they are the hardest to cure. Among; those hear were Secretary .----- ---" -; ",..' .. -- .------=--. I'm
l'eruna is a specific for this class of Gage, Prof. O. H. llirtwan = -- _. --- : ''
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remedy can
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cut of the coast and geodetic survey, -"-. .. -- ,.
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place. Thousands of cases of chronio ; -
and also of the bureau of
present weights
catarrh are cured by the use of simply
abottle. People who have spent large and measures; Professor W. S. Stratton, TIlE NEW li.VTTLCSHIP: KEARSAKOC.: :
and Professor. T. Rowland of Johu
sums to be cured of catarrh have turnedto
H'jjAins: uutvt'r ity. tet '
Peruna as a last resort, and been 'U
They; explained the object of tho bill
cured by the use of a single bottlo. and urged the growing; importance <*f a '

/J ----= -- / It is a sure cure for coughs,colds,Is complete tauiLvrdiziug; bureau under ,c."W. '!, $ 1''
j q/ grippe and catarrh in its many phases. government direction. Secretary Gage

Whether the catarrh is located in the represented that such an institution n

head,throat,lungs stomach,kiJneys or becoming more and more important as IiII5
pelvic organs, Peruna is a prompt and the years go by. His! opinion of the importance
of the proposed bureau, as well
never-failing: cure. as that of the other witne.seil, is sum I
Mrs.Sarah Jones Pleasant Plain,Ia., marized in a memorandum printed fox :
writes: "I wish to acknowledge my appreciation tho use of the committee.

of the benefits received from Professor Littniaa made an argumentfor

Peruna and Manalm in the treatment of the establishment of the bureau upon

what was pronounced systemic catarrh. constitutional grounds, calling attentionto
f>J -J5'V'sf'v -- 1 took Peruna for a while and discontinued the fact tha ttbc constitution empow
ers confess to fix the standard of wtighta
the use of it as I felt so much
audn.ea-ures.: He contended that fixed
better. The latter part of the winter
m!IS. J. E. MILLS, NORWICH, CON'X. standards lie at the foundation I.f good
and early spring there was so much and called b'Cr ; YZ r Sits
government attention to the 'si f't + R :
}!. .tMain ;;tr,.ft,:\orwieh,Conn..i1 :recent letter eyst sickness here,au epidemic of colds anl nu-a-ures: adopted by Germany and r'

.4' r ,ou kt!>what Peruna has dare fern:?. I kzvs been troubled pneumonia prevailed. I had an atta-I: Great Britain in the direction proposed

ifti / was tea)'tars old. At times ry bead troubled m so that of cold in catarrhal: form,suffering i.I: } by the ppndiu? bill for this country.

Im j 1 to stay in a dark roca. 'oti;:j;d."+d z:c snd-ny ph)'si- facial neuralgia and headache, Lut continued The bill cou'L'iujJrtos: the erection ofa
Ptrunaand Manalm and building; in Washington for the use of
dins J ..'\cr be cured. taking
the bureau and for the --ekction of n 4 _
restored without being prostrated "'
''lb( ig Pcrvna this spring and find nyscKKStly benefited by it. was soon complete staff! to take charge of the

I tat I an attack since I took m/ first titite. thick in tims it will with weakness. Win:k. it e ct' L fl _-
A book written by Dr. Hartman: < n --
0,7ir aahcs Improved ray appetite cz-J kiJih is gexs.-al. I have the different 1haoesccatarrh and thdr Tl'wh'rr.l i to nil!m,in.

pieta jiinJs ii three m ntbs. I hz2: rccyaimended it to se 'era! of treatment; also "Health and Btau'j," WA-HI.V.TON. IVc 2S.-The pre-i lent

e)' tr .o ;/so find! very bcmfidal, I sdvfss any one troubled with written especially for women, sent fr<.e Ka: tcndm-i to Alfred K.ttwan: iiCL'eljad :

aunh t'erana." to any address by The Peruna Medicine the position of fourth aadi. I

Ii men and women tat over tts United States use Poruua. Company,Columbus.0")io. tor of tho treasury: male vacant by the I
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tr.ieuv$* o." Auditor Morns. Mr. : v

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s...r" >( -President; VV. C. O'NEAL: President; F. C. HORTON. Cashier; ; th" banking: buiiitai in Cie\e-: '
JVJ.M i I' 'D. VI:e-Prasident; M. E. CLARK, Asi't Cashier. hud and previously was: an auditor o''I' ? -
nulruil aic.>nut4. Ho n a lifelong iic

CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. fries of Senator II.in in, through;
who' influence hi hn e-'ured his appoiutn.ent I

and is also known by l'rt-i

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Bank I ( hineseltltltott .million.

sffiOPiOallallona1.. i \';.\'iIIiXGTOX, DJC is.-Tao Chine;

emir.r: h.'re vutbuut information on

the reports that Emperor Kwang bo
OF PENSACOL2, FLA. does clot approve of the demands tubj -

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The American National Bank of Pensacola offers to Depositors every I IN CONVENTION

facility which their balances, business and responsibility warrants, and I National ('omml..doJll'r of Education REAR ADMIRAL FARQUHAR.

its Officers would be pleased to meet or correspond with those who Harris' .\.lf tin- north Ai.inti: >' .t po.l.lruhas

Desire to Make Changes or Open New Accounts. I RirinioNP. Dec. :23.: -The secondday's tktuuul-h!! : hiiiHi-If in a s"l'Ial:1) during his recent exchange of iati-im
tional rr uitf K"; at Bar Harbor. His dinner to tln. British Illrall'nn.rs t'ut1;i
session of the tenth convention of

Has the Largest Capital Stock of Any Bank in tho State. I the Southern Educational association! _Bred thereva-> for_hU I'M-nt__of_ Use season.SEAGOING __. __

-- was opened this morning with a strong
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address, lIon. William T. of
riKUlMKMAUY Annual by Harris
LAW. Meeting How to Cure Croup.
Washington, national commissioner ol
Our parliamentary law class was: The annual meeting of the Young Mr. 11. Gray, who lives near Ame-
education, on tee relation of universities
temporarily organized! at the Col- Men's Business League will be held, nia, Duchess county, X. Y., says: I and colleges to public schools. :a

Itee.U) Friday, Dec. 7, at 8 o'clock, according to the byl two, on the second "Chamberlain's Cough lel1iedy is Professor E. 0. Kransou, of the Georgia %r ..
will
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m. and meet regularly at rir
"that: ur every Fridi! Professor Tuesday the Sh) of January, the best medicine I have ever used.It features State of Normal the aJdrecs.college, discussed the ..

-B. T lomp-on i i3 a flue parliamentarian : 1901! for the election of officers for is a fine cliil,Jren's remedy for President E. 0. Woodward of tha .

and the fact that ho was appointed the ensuing; year. The annual reports croup and never fails to cure." When South Carolina college, was the nextspeaker.
president of the -Jeuerul of the secretary and tieasurer
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given as soon as the child bicotres: .
Debate" ,'one of the largest and will be presented at this meeting, Six of the .':..:
hoarse, or even after the Fpeakersannouuce.l for this :
!post enthusiastic( organizations of i the recent in the bylaws ; croupy ; 'i I.'. .
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I h has it will session were not present ._. -"' '. : /...
Its kind in the country, conistirgprincip I having dispensed with the regular' cou? developed, prevent -- .,; /...' .''''" .
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the attack. This should be borne in :
,illr of lawindent! *) together meeting formerly held ou the first DEWET'S CAPTURE RUMORED f:
mind and a boit'e of the Cough Remedy -
with bU excellent testimonials from Tuesday in each month, at which --
kept at hand ready for instant
efuculty of the IN01 them Indiana those have been I
reports usually: presented use as soon' as these symptoms Deport Domes From l.vllablc! Sources
orIn31..eho.I. 1 'ail me out in plac- in advance of the annual ap- to That I.IlVot.LONDON : .
For ale: by Hannah iros.;; and
'njbir. before the crts! an f'X'fP- meeting. Every member of the I II ; pear.
bonall. able -tr.t'tor: in Parlia- I League should endeavor to be pn.s.1ent all medicine dealers. : DI.C E3.-Persistent report

!uentai: Iaw I at the annual meeting are in circulation in Louiioa! that General .
MW 11" UOl'.
Tail' :: ira HOT ultill-t Friday ,i 1 -- DeWet has! be-on captured.The .
'0 Ja': will b" fret After whic'htinl The poore-tway to become pros- I have: opened n shop at 417 North British Chartered South .\fdeancomp.my
' !'. t .;im will he $1 lwr term of Pf-ious i is t.> wait until you lave sufficient ,, Tarragona street where I will d.> all : .
tirf- : i nt! =. I 12 l Ir. ro.j- ). Vi,;it-j money to buy a home, and kinds: of tin work, repiinn. rtc., received this inform ition from .. :. --1
r'ir. .\itfd. pay for it all in ct: ..h, usually never promptly and at reasonable; prfre. I a source in which it is: accustomed tc
C. O. MFI-X, flni-h waiting.: Now is the time to Estimates;; furnished and all work place implicit confidence.
1'' -Mvux's Bu-iDt''S College. buy. You can arranze the payments guaranteed flr t-clas. The war office, however, Is without .
'5J.;v I with Thos. C. Watson &; Co SJlni O. i1'.An.ists. I any confirmation of the report.

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TO THE PUBLIC. !I EtiitCOUGM ,; 1.Hi'ahu"ott.- is a Ji: knot ship and cost i|8.0ZO.OOO She difplacts: I iiOO.6

D f:m of water, has; 9,0'10' hor i>power and carries (..ur 13 inch, eiht 8 (

in h. fi ar 0 in *i and -iO: pun of anal! ; r size '
We are advertising in a number of influential newspapers, in the North, East, West and South, end v.e could and wuIJ das '
SYRUP \ -
On a much 'larger scale which woud' thus become still more effective, if you would place into cur! hands to sell, if your I '
Cou8rh, Whin wonnn: has a home she Help i ia needed lnt once wren a per
ish ta: dispose t f it, jour Real sate-improved or unimproved-in Pensacola cr outside of whether in Florida or any ether Sore Lun ",GripiJCI'ncu- Likes a pride in it that no one can t j son's life is in d riM-r. A inflectedcorgli

State in the St'uh 'Inthis way *e could no doubt caI!' in a more effective and telling manner, the attention! of outsiders with mania and Bronchitis in a tike in a rented !;(OU5e. And the man I' or c..ld in I y ,soon b"come' serious -
c'ptal fewda9.Vhythenrisk who owns hU home has; a better business > and should! bf !st"ied; :at once.Oa" .
to this
section,and in particular to Pensacola which would we believe, lead to better prices, at the demand for Real
"tatetn Consumption, A slow, sure and SOCM! standing, and gets :, Minute Cough Cure ij-jickly
this stclior, particularly: i in this city,"ould become not only greater but permanent. II wauId lead to other ilT'p..wements death? Get Dr. Bull's much more good out of life than the i: cures coughs and ctddsand: the worst
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of mora: or less Magnilude; to general prosperity by which you and the public at large vnu'd bs greatly bee efitted srd Cough Syrup. Price, 25e. ordinary tenant who continually i; cases of croup, bronchit, grippe
blessed i Don't be imposed upon. moving.: Don't lo*e time in seeing and other throat and lung troubles.
: Refuse the dealer Ii substitute, it Tho C. Watson & Co. securing Harris Pharmacy. Sidney Kahn,
W'ewouldbring you in contact only with desirable p.opl?, tnd: our commissions charges are not greater than thrsa cf H not aa goal as Pr Bull's.Salat one. John !Kheppard.
any reputable Real Estate firm.. >on Oil cures Kbeumatisra, -
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Hoping to hear from you, we are, Yours respectfully, ILONEl,1i0NE1': IN COMB) ATj I DATER, FIGS: ,
MIXED VTE.Al'OILTEI/" ,
KNOWLES BROTHERS REAL ESTATE AGENCY, MULLER'A;;. PHONE 2ti.I: :)) ) PEACHES,

address: S. N van PRAAG, Manager. DterFanas nicely Lasndriad for S.PALAFOX. i BPAKE RIBS, F. M. KEEF.
AT H. MCLhEWf4.PHONE \.
MR. S. N. van PRAM, Manager Pensacola, Fla. j I 115: uct New Method Lu iry. Subscribe for the News, lOc a week i( 213.1m' ( n. PALAFOX.




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I;: 2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29,1900.NICKS .

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(I MYSTERY SURROUNDS I $100 nEW AlID 3100. CORNER "DM WHITE BEANS.

The readers of this. paper will be
r I pleased to learn that there is at least They Are Now Quoted at $::.1.1
, I one dreaded disease that science Per Bushel.

f I SHOOTING OF SMYTHE has been able to cure In all its stage? CHICAGO, Dec. 28.-According to local i
, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh T
[ of the best known firmsin
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i Cure is the only positive cure now
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- \< i itnown to the medical the city. Albert Pickpns & Co. of
. I! Detectives Have Found No fraternity
; ;Catarrh being a constitutional disuse Chicago and Detroit hou-e, practically -

I Clue to the Woman ,: ; requires a constitutional treat control the market for white beans, the o f l
"t- ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken supply of which has been tremendously I11 ;II i" I'' '

, n.a n. Internally, acting directly upon the reduced by the baying of the United 0 I IIILI
n.P THINK HE SHOT HIMSELF'1Many : blood and mucous surfaces of the and"British t
States governments to
I .system, thereby destroyingthe foundation supply I C hUlllm
soldiers
their
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of the disease, and giving the I ;; !
PLACE The price has had a rapid and legitimate -4' I
", I Adhere to the Suicide Theory patient strength by building up the I, advance, until now *i.5 a bushelis w )
J constitution and assisting nature in
t Boy Shoots a Woman-Killed Ills aked .
doing its work. The 1'l
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Cousin While Hunting-N'rgro Boy have so much faith in its curative '
dlr. Ua>eDali T.'ur In Hie 1i csr. l S
:, j' Fatally Wounded Near Blrlllll1 haru. !I I powers that they offer One Hundred KANSAS CITY Dec 23.-James II. ,
K i I Dollars for that it fails to
: any case ..:
f I INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 2t%-William H. I
I Ii Smythe, the grand secretary of the j'I Address, F. J. CHENEY & Co., City team in the American league,

I Free and Accepted Masons of Indiana, .: Toledo,O. has renewed his lease on Exposition i
i! r"old' by Druggists 75c. in this for five rd ti4 (
who park city years, notwithstanding
was mysteriously shot yesterday, i
4 it I i I Hall's Family Pills are the best. he is to manage the Washing.
has a good; chance of His ,
recovery.
I ton team. Manning left fur Chicagolast ) 1}
condition today shows much improvetncnt i For a Cold in the Head night to attend the meeting of the I

j I I Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets. new American league. President Te- c 1 I c t
It The host Popular beau of Kama City's new Western .. !
There is still much mystery surround ..., roI
league he will fight the
ing the shooting, which the detectives I I THE LEASE DIVORCE.Mary another says team here under the neas entry of o- I !
have been unable to solve. Generally 1 ,
1i ciation. iplc
I they have accepted the theory of many I Elizabeth Lease
Is under suspicion J SJ
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i others, that there was no woman in the of bringing her divorce suit as on Dispensary Robbed. ., II JI

D case. Friends: of Mr. Smythe, whp are I, advertising dodge.-Toledo Blade. COLUMBIA, S. C., Dec. 2S.-Tne Wil- -.o
RE8TAIIPANT I Masons, refuse to talk of the affair ex- Of course, the lIon. Mary Elizabeth : p- ,,, ,! G J
cent to say that they know nothing I I Lease will not object to paying Mr. liamsburg county dispcrsury.; at Kiugs- td.t

bf\1fIt" Elizabeth Lease a fair amount of all- tree is reported to have been robbed of
The detectives are still working on !|! ,mony. Right Is right-Kansas: City '1,800 in cash.Accidents ,
the case, but have found no due to the Journal -
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blonde woman whom Smythe claims '! ... ." r .
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In Pensacola. shot him in hja <$: jc f i! As wrs. Mary I Elizabeth Lease alleges will happen, it is impossible -
I A mystery which can not be explained ;1 I "failure to provide" as a ground for divorce to avoid them, but they can be 11-1
Mr. Mary Elizabeth Lease miglt
for to some extent.
by the police and detectives, who enter compensated
) tain the suicide theory, is the disappear- allege failure to keep house as a counter Get your life insured in WatSOn's ,' bill l + ,
Anecpf tIll revolver with which theshooting ;:i, charge.-St. Louis Republic. Insurance A gency i II .
I Was done. Some say that 'Mrs. Lease's case is merely one ilIu'-t.-nI -
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Smythe haN been able I tlon of the fact that public careers for
1- might to conceal :,I
FINE the weapon after shooting himself I|I \\holmedomesticreFponsiLilities Everything on wheels,
are extremely likely to promote domestic .
1j j Boy hoots: Negro Womao. discord. Oue carter may be all right fora with or without rubber tires,
woman, but two corers are usually oue
} CARROLLTON, Ga., Dec 23.-The 12- J too man,. at J. M. Billiard (S' Co's. Santa Claus Delivering Present If / :. I "

Escambia Oysters year-old sou of Henry Strickland, who | Mrs. Mary: Ellen Lease now wants a dies and West Florida Steam Hukcuj ( 'Iff I .
"r lives in the country, accidently shot I j divorce from her husband. The announcement
,I Caline Walker, a negro cook, at the, that Mr. Lease will not con- I Address all Letters to Santa Clan.; ,-n;', ;, i

RECEIVED FRESH EVERYDAY residence of Will Ilerrin, in this : |test the suit comes as no surprise for he ida Steam Bakery.Citizons .
1 city. The child is idiotic and finding a ;i] long since expressedcanncis: at being i I

H.. AND SERVED IN ALL pistol on the mantel in the cook r OlU, i!: known as "the husband of Mrs. Lease.- -------
" took it down, thinking it a toy I'l J 1 and discharged It. The ball took effect i i j I --THE-
.. STYLES. in the upper thigh of the negro woman i i
the counterfeits
of
: went through the limb and out, I Don't use any
[' came |
, {lof DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
making fearful flesh wound. I I '
M era Most of them are worthless or liable
t Negro Boy Fatally Wounded to cause injury. The original DeWitt's National auk
'i Witch Hazel Salve is a certain -
BIRVUXOHAM Ala., Dec 28. Warner '
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cure for piles, eczema, cuts
\\ Dinners Reed, a negro youth was shot and fatally '!II scalds, burns, sores and skin dis
Regular Every Day wounded, by another negro who-e ; eases. Hargis Pharmacy, Sidney OF PENSACOLi.

name H not known, Woodlawn.. Reed ,I I Kahn, John Bheppard.If ; .
says the negro asked him for a match --- k
i:1 i\\ 51 with which to light a fire cracker. Reed you have any money to loan up- L. HILTON GREEN, JOHN F. PFEIl-'I- t"
ONLY 35 C IT gave him the match and as he turned to I Ii on good collateral security, or first PRKSIDENT.T. I A- +: FR:
:1 walk off the strange negro pulled a pis. mortgages upon real estate, corre- E. WELLES, R. M. HUSHNFLI:
tol and shot him in the back. The bul- spond with Thos. C. Watson WE ADVERTISE REGULARLY.That VICE-PRESIDENT. As ,.r. t '. I' 1.1<

let passed entirely through Heed's, liver. & Co., who will attend to same
11.i for you without charge. is why our Prescription DIRECTORS:

1. __n n Oue Dead, Another Wounded. .._ :::__ u___ _. ... ...>..- Business Grows so Rapidly. T. E. WELLES, WM. FISHER. RIX M hi : \ I'
1';, DEKALB Mo., Dec :25.-Charles May, la Escambla County Circuit Court, State of E. E. Saunders & Co.
an ex-couvict, shot and killed Robert of Florida. Pure K. WHITMJRE. JOHN F. PFEIFFER, MOKKI- q "B
Martin and mortally wounded John Barbara Attachment-Amount Ffeifferi claimed,|$15I. DrugsAND L. HILTON JREEN.

Special Orders McGee at a dance near DeKalb last 1, vs. > -- -- .
i Uus. A. Uggnrt. )
midnight. May was recently released Levy one set ot t>cd.room furniture.
from the Missouri penitentiary wherehe 'I, The defendant and all other persons interested P ROMPT SERVICEDO A General Banking Busines 'l'ramufffff,
served a term for the murder of a ,are required to appear to this action -
: on or before the first Monday In APril. THE REST.
served
t all hours of farmer. He has not been apprehended. | nineteen hundred and one.

the report Proved False. I.I A. M. )fOIlLJ.AJ Clerk.(. Vessels' Accounts Handled on Favorable Tern! Ex
day at
or night ;w.
T.
Gr
I Dec. II,l! (). dl.Ymwifm: & C's
j DE-? MOINES, Dec Investigation :, ru change Bought and Sold, ColIcctK
1 1. Reasonable Prices. today disclosed the entire falsity I j

.,I"' of a report circulated last night to the i i:' J. M. clutter-------- Popular Drug Store, Promptly Attended To.

. effect thatt':} school children had
,i been drowned in a akatiug pond Music House, No. 37 South Palafox,
either at What Cheer or Foster, la The I' i' ACCOUNTS SOLICITED,
t story was started: it is stated, by railroad The Leading Music House in Florida Telephone :3'JO.

trainmen as a 'Jke. jShot j I and Alabama. I I -- _n_ _
i SEA FOOD DINNERS This pioneer music house has
Ills Con-In \\'hllc Hunting.; i, Ibbed a reputatiou for fair estab-I I

DIT.IUM, N. C.. Dec. 23.-While lose 'low prices. Manufacturers agents for A Goo d l1bIlihiIIGT!

I A Specialty. Cole, 12 years old, and the son of J. Ed ,' the Celebrated Kranich & Bach piano, E' :
also Chickeriag, V/eber, Krell, Lester, -
I [' Cole were out hunting a covey of birds Smith & Barnes WillarU: and Royal .
i ; $
were flushed and the son of Ed Cole fired Pianos. These pianos are direct from Ji .
f
,. and in his hurry and excitement he the factory, and are not: shipped over
t r emptied the entire load of shot in tho the country from onoHAXCllllOl'SE 1f !'; ;;Jo.1 .
head of his cousin, killing him instantly. J -L.,.
,
!' TO .\XOTII tl: :. I i .l' : '- .i.
} --- t ', c it', ,"t .
i Prove the -- t !
'
F.e1.E'I.\ITGIJl HUMOUS: Von can always he sure that tbe piano : j i) v J
( lou get from CLUTTCK is new. We : 1 tCLOTHING.
II Pimples Cured l If h. 11. H.-IJottle keep all pianos sold by us in tune for ] I ,rJ : 1
I Pudding Free to Sufferers. two )ears free of charge. Terms oi new f .
pianos from !c* per month up. ,
'
j Does Skin Itch and Hum .
. ; Do your & 1.1
our announcements I 112 and 111 South Palafox Li .
Street. ",, ,
d DinressinsKruptionson: the Skin so <
j
I! feet-ashamed to be in r.l >(
< look you seen: com -- --- --- --- ---- )
,
L temptIng : \ "
; 1 We try i i pany? Do scabs and Scales form on; C.II.TAYLOU I SHOES.C'! 1 1Den's

I to make them the Skin, Hair or Scalp Have you ,

r, 80. But a pud- Eczema? Skin, Sore and Cracked MANUFACTURER i Suits: .:::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :." :$2.50 to SID.00Boys'

-r dins was nomoreintended I Rash form on the Skin? Prickling!: .. .... .. .. .. ... .
I I it 1 Pain in the Skin? Uoils? Pimples? OF STYLISH I Suits: :: i::::: :::.:. :..... .::.:;...::;::;:.: ..:;;. ::..:. .. :. eYouths' to S 450
"
Bone Pains? Swollen Joints Falling .
.
to be looked "
--- 4 I' at merely than Old Hair Hores? All?Rim Eating Down Sores? Skin? Ulcer Pale?? & r---m LtW ; I Suits$1.75:::: :: :::::: ::::: :::::::::::::::::: :::: ::::::::: :: to $ 5 50Ladies'Skirts

!rJ Is our stock. All these are symptoms of Eczema
" y.Suppose you and Impurities and Poisons in the : ::::: :::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::: eLadl.es' to S 6 50

. do what Blood. To cure to stay cured tike
Ii would do with you R. R. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) Capes-:::::: :::::: :::::: : :::: :::::: ::::::: :: :: ::: :: .48 to $10.00

the pudding. I' rich.which It.makes B. B.the will blood pure the and" Y- -. ''Ladies' Jackets:: :::::: ::::: :::::::::: ::: ::::: .::: : :: $2.25 ;:;
r. t TeetiL to heal, itching of caue eczema to sores stop l ( :. :: :::: :::: :::: ::::::: :.:::::::.:: .:. .. .::.:: u to $15.00
i
. I, forever, the skin to become clear ::::
, and the breath sweet. B. B It i is Misses' Jackets.l:::::: :: : :: ::: : :: : :::: :: : :: .25 to $ 3.50
: in[ mi OF MET EEKEIPIIOI(
;. just the remedy you have been look- ,
1 ing for. Thoroughly tested for 30 Shoe Stock IVIust
bo Reduced !
l : year Our readers are advised to Executed in the Highest Style of the Art i|

'i try B. It. R. For sale by druggists ,
i at $1 per large bottles (full trelU- Work Czllft Fir Hi Eelireni i LOOK AT Ol'R L.\IHES'.nmHIOE:; I.OIIJAT OI'U CHILD'S .. . .

CIGARS mer.t) $.>. Complete directions with i i it I LOOIL\T OUR LADIF.S'. .... .. .. 1 :jHOE1.001": AT ont CHILD'S . r
each' bottle. Ko sufferers: may test t FREE OK CHARGE. LOOK AT OUR LADIES'. .. .. .. .. ...I l SHOES: LOOK1' OCR JiOVS'AND.MEN-" -
:
;, it. Address BLOOD BALM CO., . . .
Atlanta, (3a. Describe your trouble No. 9 North Palafox St. i LOOKAT Ot'H LADIES' f.2isSUOEd) LOOK AT OCR 110AXDI: : !<::\ > : -

and Free personal medical advice LOOK AT OUR CHILD'S . .t- . -lie.;: SHOES LOIKAT OCR ANDMEN -
I __ .
n .
given. LOOK AT OUR CHILD'ST3c.; SHOES LOOK1' orH UO-iB'ANDMI a_ -


ALL I THE f POPULAR l R BRANDS.R : v rii-.ule. Against Dec. 23.-A N"Ice.PmnDEtpiiu. conference etables Spawn's and Evaporated Cocoanut Teg.in *!: Thesa Goads Are Marked Dawn 2D Per Cent.


of representative; clergymen and flavor and purity are equal:
I.(
>, laymen was held here today for the purpose to the fresh. Ask your gl'o.1\ 4. F E. ERA Vl-NER'S 4.

Only place in Pensacola suppress of inaugurating vie in large the cities.illiam movement to cers for them. Once used I n_ .

Pnihps Hal of New York chairman ofthe always used.
where you can get; ; central (committee in charge of the u __ __u
i twentieth century national gospel campaign ONE.PRICE SCAMS BEST
Look the country over, and you ; 10a SOL'TIID1UFO[
wa and outlined
the Genuine Tampa !j general purpose present of the movement. the will find that the vast majority ALLOWED AGtKI5 FITTING,
I wealthy
people commenced to amass "
---- --- ---
Made Council Speaks In Iowa. wealth by buying a piece of real e=- fOR STYUSH ,1 T
tate. T.V.Watson& Co repeatthe CASH I-1OCSHJ- \
DES MOINES, Doc. 23.-Prc=idea$ old proverb: "A word to the .
i W. H. Council, of the Agricultural and wise is sufficient. POPULAR PRICESTo

: Reos Havana Ci ars :1 Mechanical college; of formal: Ala., -- -- -.
spoke on "Xegro Religion an'! Charac-
i iF ter-Xo Apology," before the Iowa State
F | Teachers association today
: !

Many have lost confidtr.ee :and I

hope us w ell as health, because they

mr r PiAGUi l f thought. their FOLEY'3 kidne'di"a..t"a KlDXKYCCKEh incurable I

a positive cure for the discouraged;
and jc.mol1te.: Take n.) oth-. W.
; A. D'Alemberte. cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try itt! Prir ;:JOt;.




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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29,1900 S't t

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NOTHING NEW DEVELOPED. PAPERS Of INCORPORATION.Two To Whom it May Concern.
_
REAL: ESTATE:
l'.dell Testify In th. Doo New Railroad Notice is hereby given that on and : ;
"y'tr..t ANEMIA Projected! la Alabama after January 1st, 1901, the membersof .
InvMtlgAtlon.if. -Hank Cbarttrfd.MOMGOHEKT the Ship Carpenter's and Caulkers is the basis of wealth, and .

\ I"IIT, N. Y.. Dec. !sl-When : Ala., Dec. 28.-Articles Union No. 8569, Federation of Labor,


*,)i,:' 11 -a-.ary mT i court nX tirt'ioaof of of cadets inquiry the and allegations class resumed men i iiy 'i i low Pale spirits, thin, no weak appetite., run-down, of Alabama the Incorporation secretary hare of of been state two-filed the new in Mississippiand the railroads officeof will cessity.union except not are All work requested in members cases with of to any of extreme attend nonunionman the above next ne- r Pe uJa: ll n s al 1 !sots j i is lie Best I Ingest;lm, t i


,! ', d Staten Military academy Alabama, with a capital stock of meeting, the third Wednesday in

*. a WM worn by Recorder Rosy and plump, fair I $0.000.000, is to run from Decatur Ala., December, when the election of officers that can be found in the South. :.
i rumination brought out will take place. I
. i southwestwardly, crossing the Alabamaline
f l BUY NOW BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE THAT 13 SURE TO COME.
Ild C. T. JOHNSON Pres.
-tillj ,
at in
1( a point Sumter The
8 with county. WE HAVE BARGAINS IN HOMES, BUSINESS PROPERTY
'. t. witness wi Alfred Bach of.ii strength, pleasure in work, incorporation papers do not say at what CITY AND SUBURBAN.

,, not iui? interesting: to I point in Mississippi the road will ter DILL PICKLES. ..... - .
10-. art get hungry three times a day minate, but it will run through the HOLLAND HERRING.
F ,
>t J If nt of Pennsylvania I towns of Moulton, Double Springs, Fay RED HERRING GT. E. Stillman: & 00': t
1 : t>, n h "e1 when a fourth ette and Carrolltou, in Alabama.The .
$ '. .' the rant to the hospitalHe and like good food. Bank of NEW MACKEREL.:
1 ic-j I Enterprise, with a capi East of Plaza.S l
told of being pun tal of $50.000.;; : was also incorporated by PIG'S FEET. .
J : : ,-in? to reveal ta:: the auJl :( Which of these two pictures J the secretary of state. AT H. MULLER'B. -- ---- ----- -------- -------- --- -- --- -

: d'' ni'l"ray the names of
PHONE
213.100 8. PALAFOX.
E. PETERSEN
I"t> j I haz.-l him i Slerldlan: and Alabama Railroad.JACKSO.V ,
is
?
II.lIdW Cadet Suez" inquired yours: : Miss, Doc 23.-Governor
DEALER IN
I Time i3 The few I -
'n | money. next
A. Longino bas issued his proclamation in-
.' (cited out to tnf'," saH There arc to either years mean much money for you, if
. I wu: tol 1 that he was con ways I corporating the Meridian and Alabama you buy a piece of real estate now. i Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Railroad which Values will increase with the, I
| \ ry worthless. company proposes to rapidly I
. .r I>. Peck ';*, \Vi>conMu condition. Skip the first, for |; build a road from Meridian, in Lauder growth of the city. Consult with ICE COLD BEER.

.r u.-a h kn\v "rld Booz, i( dale county, to Decatur, in Morgan Thos. C. Watson Co.about I
f vr.o !Is; *" nf hH bciu; hazed; nobody wants to be in it, If iI county Ala a distance of about 170 investments. I JUG TRADE H SPECIALTY t

k r, 1 -ft al l1'1. i I I miles. The proposed route of the road -I II ICOmfoI'ts [ Corner Reus at.d Government Streets,
--- is from Meridian as a terminal point, ina
TO r J CHAS:: THE ISLAND.- in it, the way to the second is : northeasterly! direction through Lan that will keep :! PEN,aCorA, FLA. .
{ ------- -- ---- -
drrdale and Kemper counties, thence to ( 1'---
_. dieateeiottatla: ;: Fur Scott's emulsion of cod-liver Ramsey, in Snmter county. AU and you eomfortIable I Don't Throw Away

'.., \\r-t Itiiilm thence northeasterly to Decatur. during the cold weather .I
--- ---
..> -The Frankforter )il, with proper attention tooure lillz/.ird Kaglng In Colorado. and at such low prices : Good Moneyon

a letter from CuLeuha- | \VAi>ENDfKn: Colo, Dec. 28..-A blizi that can afford to buy .3. poor coal. There is more economy -
I you o than of in burn-
are aware
:;i wrtttrrays Germauy : of life. you
i i: zard has been raging! In this part of the ,
several. Marston $ Finch. ing highs grade coal. The
; Oaloway
LI.isUndof John I
Sit. I I i iI
: the 'M hours.
state during ;
[ past Cattlemen
don't tly the chlmnfY, it diffuses
UVll!ea4 you iitte to try if you tile.: i I up
if Denmark's ---- ------ -- -- ----
'0.iti, ne- c'!)!r 1; UOWNL: i)9leariStreetewVork expect to lose much stock on the heat both tong and cllective, and
till Umf.Kl States shall | :I range. Reports received from the viciu- /" keep*; your roon s warm without

-tt-r rater u the or. ili i [: Ity of Mount Blanco tell of an unprecedented :), ,A.J. I Il tleltlabororheatsy'onrovenwithout .
r.iun syndicate In Sh,ion at ritll.tdelphl.i. ,, fall of snow. Miners are work. ( annoying you, and it costs: no
: ;riiria0' I hud on the Hsi ing on the Coraiudo and other mines on .. more than what you pay for inferior
'I P.UL.tt tu'iiI..Dec. 27.-Learned men Mount Blanco.! These miners,; are pennedin "-':\ goods.
". -ti'e. in reply that and women from every educational cen at an altitude] of 11,000 feet and pro ,: ) I I.r "'
f ,
i \ci; thoj;;iit of acquirri ter of the United States gathered; at the visions may become scarce and s'arva- if \.r

...'. inland.tint the He United added,\ University of Pennsylvania today to attend '. tion result.I .-- -- ? .d i Thompsofl Ol ell IV vvii
'i ,
the sesyloa! of the
opening Congress .
a. ju-t gratadfor i I \Vfiiltliy Mine ()wllrr.I .
,
of Archaeological and of
Philological
; ; I \
: a; (j.'ri1lIwouM America. :Seven::; distinct societies were Ru.F.taii, Dec. 2S.-Hy Oseudine 3'J' i I : I dy' ....v.. copra. Itt Telephone 147.

: I nji"' t'aircil iatci wai r pre,enle.l aud 3tX delegates 're at : years ago one of the most desperate of % -
., !I"Ti-iittiniladmittL'd purl h use. of the I ii i- the university when the first session 1 the I'erry Lowery gang of robbers in "
DUNN'S HOTEL $>
un,' that (Krman capi- met. -- i Uobeson county, which defied state and

.n? purrhtiso land on \\'ill Wind t'p Its .\tfdlr i federal authorities is now a rich miner I
. 1111 in New Mexico. He went to'see Judge! WE ARE THE
:-: .) : but he reiterated ON EUROPEAN PLAN.
ST. Lous, Dec. 27.-Tho directors of
I
',:ill covrruiuent has abso- Thomas C. Fuller of tho United State*
?' I > d> with the project. the California Improvement company court of claims and so told him. Oxen. Leaders in Neckwear.OUR THREE REGULAR HElLS EACH DiY-25 CEltS r EACH
have adopted resolutions authorizing the i diue is outlawed by this state.
-- ----- LINE OF
REBEL STRONGHOLD TAKEN winding up of the affairs of the company Fighting the Amendment. Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night
aud the transfer of the to I
\R' l nnp-.I% U Helns 1Vaed' the Los Angeles Terminal Railroad property company DES MOINES, Dec. 23. -Actionva? 4ASCOTTScARE: OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IX SEASON

I.. the l'hlll"I'I"r.. all of the lauds and belongings to begun in the district court of 1Vn- 111, THE VERY LATEST. !

', > :2S. -A pmhin;? cam the San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt ton county today to determine the vahdity SPECIAL ORDERS KT RIMY HOUR.

'. irriflnn by the Forti- Lake railroad company. of the biennial coiiititutioua! JORDAN i CO., I
--- -- amendment adopted at thd..rti'Ju TE:3Froll1 filII) to $I.SJ per Day. Lodging;; ;:-gaud!; &) cents.
:
u-.II"; D.'l' ll\bl'r iu north 'l.uIIoIIII': llegne3t. The Up-tr-Date I"urni..hers. I

l.i 1 : town of Jiminez, YlSEUSll, N. J., Dec. itl.-\ bequest all Nov.-fate U. The county amendment and tuwu'htp provides! officer that --- -- 517 and 519 South Palafox St PENSACOLA FLa.

:r ..1.I wm a stronghold of ?JOO,000 has: been placed: under the hoMing! terms which expire! in 1:101 shall]

further inland. The hands of the directors of the New Jersey b-j exttcdtd for oui' year. J.J 1 t. Doss\ IYhoItsal .

: '.Uin' i.f;:Its nnn) tr.wps will who captured scativ ,. Training School For Feeble Minded Has --l.r- ;-III11"(1 O'rlton.-! 'J., OUR PROGRESS. @
Children at this I'hcey Thomas: H.
': ti tint *u luity. killing I IIICUINU\M, Ala, Deo. CS.-All ilo- ..
Vmter, executor of the MaUi.im tate. I \ aal pigtail I'eal.rIn
; !-\->r.il. have.\ purtiou returned ofmxiiirvfl The legacy will pay off all obhjtions'aud partuients tf the lliruiingham rolling: : 7 y : The world ad\ mc-!,. The times

give the institution a cash balance !j mills have rsu-aosl: operation, || lgu-I'
except
sad j-jtued in the campaign,1'iur I IIBOH \ !; change. The i.ew century looks
of about N'QBOlIlIl'r \. ). i CllOice F Grocerie C \ l.-
(Jiueral l I\o.lb! i H per. the pudJhni! dcpartmeat, buth the Family l s ':.. ; : I J. !y back to the old. and i pler.ed with
. '. rutinZ. forgetill 1'ing idle. The puddling! :: /-J"
Jllt.lelc 1'resident.Ctucaao.
I Jf the improvemmt. The future oilersgreatei
M u-Arthur' is di-parrment will bo put in operation la .
proclamation
.
Crockery, Glass, Tin, Wood and ? : .
)
Dec. 27.-William Bonntr Rf''G s.: !. changes.Wo .
i itiiy arr'iN uf alleged in.in !a let days.. _._ __ ._ Willow-ware! Cigars, TolJacI I :t.T -
'. :M.inil i and vicinity, a of Liverpool, who arrived hero yesterday
co, h'luiil: Etc. also Ji
: -, t..'.t'n turn custody btnnj; : will on Jan. 1 become vice :No Sore Iblnpri. ; !4zs; l t \ watch the
. lira,' r'flmu"r113 shut dead "This! race probleiu.! ;' said till HAY, CORN: OATS AND BRAN. i "_: t .....:. .: : t,, .
t.f
and of the rrtI'i'1 .. "
dent general
i T Wtiuu.!U'i ii attempting toN J. Lipton comiiauy: rnau.vt, with; thoughtful! "! i-jsi. "13 a problem! in very :, Tarragona and luter.dencia Streets. : '.J iI"f;,:.':.'.)/ "'\:'" _{A"\'./.i. product of the world '

Mr. Bouner is .' truth. liono OtJ. : l 'I '
in Chicago. at present if' -
------ I "That's ::0." replied tie! man whoso I ;: ( '. an J, sending the bet to our enstoine -
the of the Lipton company : i
g"lIernl'\nol !!r ,
anti ;- s \ Z
y I i-t.f! time whtn croup A Choice Assortment of Sjasonable 1'I
nMo: to for tliemFflvv" able to do
in LiverpoolThe clothes were f-penU I.'t I 4 are our portion
f.ttal. :
: .Me! j Nave rapidly : : i '
,L armless; tm-iiy that! riro- I: "No; matter what system 0''ou Christmas Goods. %:.'/ ( : } vL-i2: ; : \ for the national improve
most fifective little liver pill, bettln fallow you re bound to :gittl.rowwl : : i iI 'r:7\
11 I ilnte ri-tilt i N Oi" Minar ; 1.- \tA I. : ment. We are pleased to keep
1 :
( '. It I I" yt ry pl "*antI trade ar' DeWitt's Little Early: I \ down, some day or othtr.**- ,i Toys, ijsket., Doll, Confectionery f vr _!nwb]t ; /ji at the front :\n.llt'aJ the march
'. i, H: h. r.i..J!i UI"lI1to UitrThey never ::1 ire. HargB !, Philadelphia! l'mss.I i ('li]4 cl: *, Lamps :II:!! other Om.l- ;:;( tl { C -" .;- ':'S! .

t iiulia, cold: a 'id all l'hlnl1acrSiJnf. K.tlinJolui! hheppurl. uietital and Useful Household __'::__._:,__--J.llj______: _,,_ -- :JiX. f 1'rooress.
I I Article
I' will j pr"\I c 11I. -
The r)e"a who disturbed the conjgre -
H tri I'.'. trina-iy. }yd. for llJc; each 1-ist FFUIT? NUTS AND DELICACIES.
('oumtcrhanedone; up ;{.ition ; Kumlay by coughing: ,
.\ I J'u! :--: ';' New Method Laundry.Cleanliness I I I is requested to call in and\ pet -- S" A. FRiEDMAN
--- of HONKY TAK. ,
-- -- I I a bottle Foley's AM:
'". u l.IT th. 1'. L. A. r..iitary! is next to I It always gives' rl=lid. W. A- D'Al-
.' : '." .\rm'Q' New Ytar' eve embrte. P. 0. Dox 41S.; Telt-phoce IT'J.tf. .
Godliness, examine our I I PEXriACOLA_-\.

TO CHANGE DIVORCE LAWS kitchen wlen ever you please When you once try the celebrated
Vienna Cream bread vou become a
?Ltiro; 1..1"1 the Inltthe In the Kr- and see for yourself. Has customer. Vienna Model Hakery, 1I
B. WRIGHT>> GOfflPAHY\
torte Moxcinfnt.TA this invitation been extended 107 West Jntendencia. I ,

Ai M- Dec.: -Charles: F. to you by others. Try a --- -- ?

1.1't: .: 1'..rtiand: Frank M. Hisxmsof: If you want to see a nice Fruit or 1 MANUFACTURERS A=" DKALEKS IN
meal at the J\"ew Cordovaonly sl\t
Pound Cake or Ornamented Cakeslook
b.: ,. and Ilanuitial II Himlm of I 111Y
'to
< "k' J
50 cents. iu the show window at Pfeif- $ ; Oi
.
1Uir'I.: : ctrnuulsswu+'r; for the state fer's Steam I'.akery.Jfothing Guall .' LUMBER, LATHS,

oMni" for the prumotion of uniform. We will launder your spreads for I d r
I'y'.f !,';:I\"II.I1\" in the United States 15 cents each and make them look too good for our I tti SATED CYPRESS SHINGLES-Klll-Drifii Saps
hAt made ih"'ir thrl; bionnial rep.rt. like new. Star Laundry.Duel ; patrons, try a "Table DeMote"or.1 Cold M dal L k

C ifercni'os: have boon: devoted mainly Is Discredited.Pitus -- ----. I La Carte meal Paris Exposition 1900. .- _. .- PEXSACOLA. FLA.
.
tt p-rfn-iiu u bill: rtlutins to proceed. i mem ,
cr in liivoroti cities. This bill attempts Dec. 27.-The prefecture or i for 50 cents at the New I

tj furtiiih a remedy fur some of the alL'tT'iieriU police has not heard of the alleged duelin Cordova. J fold by DaDiiEiKer, Bros.
that have attended divorcejr I 411. ESKER >
which according to report circulated I ;
..' -Hnlure tn the difft-reut states, and -
--- -
espei'inllr by preventing a change of iu New York city, Paderewaki, the
residence made in order to procure a di- pianist, was killed on a small Maud In Fruits Nuts Cigars & Tobacco ,
'''rr, ,' the Seine. The musical publishers, I
The bill also attempt to introduce Chambrs & Durand who have busine NewYear Feasting No. 9 South Palafox Street.Christina .
-s relations with PadereWski do not
uniformity as to length of residence repaired floods sell hireit ork.5.
believe ho is here. *
in the various states before apply

in x for a divorce. >'o Payment Made. i "Now good digestion wait on appetite, Oysters in Every Style, Hot Coffee with Doughnuts and Light Lunchts. .
A bill which accompanied the report I And health on both.-Shakespeare. .- -- -

will be referred to the committee on judiciary CONST belief\NTIXOPLF that ,the Dec. 27.-It is thel'nt'rnl ,I --,.-.-.=--:='-- ._- .'.. ;>:.-. -..; .,?_'< >,..... >.<.{o>.",..'r"......'.-'-. '-':-- ';, ".".'. -_.:: ,.'..4.J'':."'): I'..).o S
islatuf. at the coining sea=ioa of the leg. Cramps contractfor I Tho rJor "VortxHoliclrtys are a time of Joy and Feasting: .-_", t c"r ,= '-:; '-t'_ ; -v'c.- ; _O '._."_" _a.:" : =-.1'' .... ...."" ......,9
; .. tho construction of a cruiser for Y
- -- I! and those who seek tbe true t'nJoym..nu hy Hood Living shoald eke care th wise and
NEW LABOR ORGANIZATION! Turkey was signed without the first due preparation be mad, otherwise l'japP'JlUtmt'utln Taste: and Satiifactioa: await at
--- payment being made. This view is supported HOP & CO. iil
i the victims of errors easily avoided.< WING IJ
Gas n n.I Klcctr'c! 1.lltrr.. ,\-01.111- by the fact that the porte has '

ion of .\merle* I oinicit.CH ,. formally% pr.nai.-ed to pay nothing to the
Americans before paying! the Cramps. $I THE PARLOR MAEKST-I I( I'I' '1
: \.o; Uof. 2S.-Cai :io saw the

Urth! II>: a new national labor onjaaizati.u llrltlsh: ( h.u-se-ro-s'y-- : In.iiltrd.CovTAxnxoi'LE Is lie Plroel, it all others, U Procure ErenllliiE Gond' to Eat. I :{H South Palafox Street, l'rllsaeo1a,1'1a. I Ii Ii:::1:1I

:.I.t lItht"ho e headquarters will Doc. 27. Some I I I ... - -

b' ia this city. The new body is the Turkishiu'\ ; have grossly a-'Multcd PAH-ESE
1 The Assortment ttero display v\'.)uM make the most conSrmed dyspeptic rei.twtill @3=CHHlESE AND J FANCY 00003.=i'
Ga-', i ill.: virus Titt-Ts' National o- and maltreated the r.rni.--h charge; lost M"oro! app-tllI' : rti 1 ;

u.i'ji. u .! Atui'rica: ll'a 7are*, Mr. IK-Dncson, and other T&erhnlcest of Fresh tellll of \il K:ndi; the freshest of "in". Ktsb,right out of thewater I ii i Imported Fire Crackers and All Kind of Firework!. Chri-tmas
i .i .1.-:1 nnon will form an annl.iicij'i ; the Crt-pi>4t and "'!I1",1 uf Vrr5! VvitnUes! of !o.n'ry'nrld known to the f-ea- I
members! of the embassy iu the vicinityof i son and Market; the 'reudete.lof 1'"t"rn,a!iveund: dressed; theliest : Novelties, Large Fljwir Vases, Parisian Tall Covers iii
1..1 the trades thatii !
lighting ,
: so thj powder majazico Nakiiekny. sMktyoftiaaelosible to the 1'aiatiest tf Uclioac.ss i-t dt'-
I ; procure every "
!"' .. in Colored! Silk, Embroidered in Gold. Give ls a Call.
r: i. li-.f. ions OMT trade jarislic- ,harp demands for redress han been scriplluii. .1
t: ':111. ,I\' c. axe and the better. interests made to the! I ttoutk>epersandt'aterer'nr, ,- cor4tl ,ily invited u: call sal choci far themselves.or .. ... -,., ............ ---.. ,- Jl.t
d.... :. : oust, n'I'.LI porte. it time forbids, to snd their Order- by t ;,:.<:? ... :4-:.;'.<> :}'76:";:.:":.: '; :' :'' ;': :t :,. : .
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:. t i-iialu'iuiatiou! lino with the! Jd"I'S: WI'ClJnLl' ::01:11'
::D TCIClhOIlC 1o. 17J.:, (3 .
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l' : i d i Wu by the American Fed Yuxvra-i Deo. ',';.-volh'1ld. cfdt,2U'
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'ra; -:: Lour as a means of setthu? Thos
.,' stool in the ciiil'.y blasts two LODGE DIRECTORY Pebley
w.I.'ll i come before that body -- i ,
., rtveution: relative to the Lourtoday {.vraitinp: the :\rri\'allJf sol-

I lIn, of work. u.crs fat SO1thfric."L llio train ha 1 I AMTII OL'Il COMTI1MI-ATS |: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Kt-.i a >:.:wrl tat!: lugth; cf time en- .... KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. -AND-
The welcome the e, e t r.r and I our test wi-hrs for your continued
at depot was
best sad c..t route.lLni.stk, go',od health and happiness: we l' ;:;"'Ac..la Lake.; So 3. K. of I' REAL ESTATE AGENT.

HOSIER'S remedy present fr New Yt-arV, Kill, a fiue'ari.ty met Co every t!; array ever- .
y sioniich K-nt", ""tore 1.rt Ail: Other
I,?; a: at r*-tie llatiII Accounts < ol-
-O of other wiuf .
is the Green :J"tIii Vi I lie.HALEUiit \ champagne: ti: e I.I UrtVbtOD l"cld and 1 .mltf.oC' Made
t Killer*. This atilt liquor, imported and domestic; 1 1"..M.cg; ':."'! "otr.'lsiiun I When Ije ired..
I excellent niediCii. D:c. 2S.-Near Creedmore th It J5 s civet cordially: ;
for seas it) our especial < 'eii: t .
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1, never Ulls ",'t 1 Choice Huildini I t t- fi>rhie and Collage
," toiuroCoaatipation James Green fouu.l a man; iu his wife's; ij 4 }r no 0 care that no iaf.tllr brand shall find \' ,. :;, J xe.cumcd. J.1;arc EP.. I and iiuBiuea lious'-i for Ktni.
room. Green whipped his wife and she its way to our chelves ocellar.. H. Hor=:FH. C. C.
*J Have you ever tried our Whiskey? K. K. 4 H. :i iI money to Loan CD Improved Real
fied. Fearing; she would escape be shot
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;. Indigestion
har down and be has fled. I Estate Security.
( : Dyspepsia. --- ,\4 V. J. VIDAL, I\ W- O. V.I i
; ,. 4 Biliousness, Killed While Hunting. 1 L'p-Stain. Over Cohn'a Crocen Sore

1, / Liver and : A5HEVIU.E. N. C., Dec 2S.-ArthurLussford r DEALERS n 1t:AEQ, ran, cite ET"?. I t Live Oak Camp \n.l Woodman cf tbe i,.

KidneyTroubles was accidentally killed by aphy'neweQp World. '. for acceptable Ideu:

STOMA.CH Thomas Hodge, while they were hunt Cor. Government and Tarragona, each Meets mot first te. and VSltlng'erf'lglJl third Friday night cordi ic I m State If patented. I

QI n' S Try tt acJ be ing. Lunsf jrd received a load of shot QMT ., : ally invited. W. W. WATBOS, I THE PATENT RECORD;
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PEN3ACOLA, FLORIDA. ,I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29. 190C.

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i I newal of the present arrangement, HAVE HAD THEIR DAY. A COMMERCIAL- WHARF.A ISSUED BY THE -

because of the absence of funds with .
Local Treatments for Catarrh Relegated Lonz-Felt; Wait Supplied by the
& which to secure a better service. Warren Fish C'.
yia., to tho Rear. EQUITABLE2QYEAR
Disappointing these results 5%
O may The surest and safest treatmentfor One of the greatest needs of Pensacola' -
appear to the average citizen, everyone
ci any form of Catarrh is an inter $ commerce has been a public

under must see existing that they conditions.were inevitable The-!.'I nal remedy which acts specificallyi wharf. This want is now about to lIf[ RSSURAN'UE' ( ij lm

Fish :
I i upon the blood and mucous mem- be supplied by the Warren l
gleam of hope in the situation consists |' b ranes. Such a remedy is the new Company, of which Mr. Andrew F. i
I ; of the practical certainty that preparation sold everywhere by OF THE UNITED
Warren is president and Capt. Wm. :! jjj m\:
One p I8lX i before the end of the current fiscal 'ctruggi ts as Stuait's: Catarrh Tablets -
i a medicine in pleasant tablet Hayes is treasurer and general man i GOLD BONDS
Three j: year the new laws that are in con- Assets
form. ager. Through the enterprise and 1!I $280,000.000.
One j templation will be in force, thus asjsnricg These tablets contain in I
One j i highly public spirit of the officers of this
I for the future an era of l concentrated form,well known germ establishment, which controls the L 525252.S"2SsJ Surplus, 61,000,000.
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j I healthy growth, rehabilitation and anticeptics( like sanguinaria,gnaicol,
Red Gum and similar curative elements Baylen street wharf from Cedar I t'

i I.I pposperity.! and no one who suffers from i: street to the waters of the bay, the \\Viii Naturally Command the Highest 1 Marl"IIJf"l'

II any form of catarrh, and has expe.I -j wharf is being completely rebuilt as j "
I i I Among the tens of thousands who rienced the inefficiency and Inconvenience |
hare used Chamberlain's Cough of powders, and inhales far northward as the office of the | Being Backed
sprays by
1 ; I I\I Remedy for cold and la grippe dur- I 1, will ever go back to such antiquated I Bagdad Sash Factory company, and

II. ink the past few years, to our knowledge remedies after once tryingso { when the present plans are completed I

I I. not a single case has resulted pleasant a treatment as Stuart's the result will be a first-class The Strongest t Life Company in tile \\\'Brill\
in: pneumonia. Thos. Whitfleld &
Catarrh Tablets and one which j thoroughly substantial wharf, 60i I II +I ,
!! Co., 240 Wabash avenue, Chicago 'gives so much relief in so short a'time. i feet in width and something like ....
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1 one of the most prominent retail !800 feet long, intended for the public I I -

t 1 I i druggists in that city, in speaking of i Druggists sell Stuart's Catarrh accommodation of the large and |

!. this, says: "We recommend Cham-1 fberlain'sCough Tablets at fifty cents for full sized j constantly increasing coastwise IKNOWLES BROS. Gen A Jts.

Remedy for grippe I package and their daily use will effectually 1, trade of the port. Later on a com- I! ,
Itf in many cases, as it not only gives I: cure this troublesome and I 1 rnodiou shed for the protection of 309 Palafox St., P} XS.COIJ.I'L\
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A prompt and complete recovery, but ', dangerous disease. { freight will become part of its equip- !'I

THE I also counteracts any tendency"of la i i The danger from catarrh is that it ment. I I I Also Place Fire Insurance at LOwEst! Rates IB Finl-to
f grippe to result in pneumonia :For .is, j a short road to consumption, to :|! Among other improvement on the Ji
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sale by Hannah Bros. and all medicine i chronic stomach catarrh and to ca- wharf, to be constructed in the near i iI (

t.I the dealers. I tarrh of liver and kidneys. I[tl future are certain extensions on its I i A Full Line of Allen's Candies

the Most cases of deafness are caused I west side, for the accommodation of ,
NEW YEAR'S GAME. from stoppage of the Eustachian; I,'i such repairing operations as are required ," ,,
tube as a result of catarrh.AGItICl'LTU for the company's large fleet
f: Interest: Chat Abjut the New Orleans ; of smacks, nn extension of the end 1 ROBERTS & DAILEY

Foot Kali Team. \L STATISTICS. I of the wharf for the convenient dis- i w \ $

The New Orleans of I charge of ballast from sea-going ves- I'
Picayune yesterday "
is contains the following interesting Condensed Statement of Values ofI seh!, and the rebuilding of the main : E-1 Purveyors tn the People ]
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t Crops for 1000. I building of the company's fish packing ,

t Southern chat Athletic about the team from the I: TALLAHASSEE, Dec. 27. i, j house, on the site occupied by I!i, : 'IS.::0 East Wright Sired. Telq.lmn.' I:rc;. 1 .
Club that will the present structure. V.
play the Fort Barrancas eleven hereon From advance memoranda of the I The new building will have, be- OQ ---- 1 ,::

"I of New Year's day: agricultural statistics of Florida fons i sides the ballast crib on which the C) \Veha\eJim received large additions to our _url i,a i 1-1::

the "There was quite an interesting \the year WOO, kindly furnished by ]present building rests, a firm pile ,, ;,=..r V. alas Holidays Including 1 -
I meeting of footoall players at the < : foundation and will be 50 by 75 feet: i. r* .ncy: O .ltos nndFruitcake. : Crtse1&et.j.. 1
Chief Clerk H.1 S. Elliot of the bureau =
| Southern:: Athletic Club last night. !' :: :, j j'of in size and two and one.haIr stories j;!, V. Kaulns, rirrnntrLrtil -. I >-
The
N when the proposed trip to Pensacoli agriculture, the following statement j in hell1ht.rrhe extension of the end .]: osO 1 Prunes ('UrOD. ,)>il i'",' 1 1 -

f like was discussed and the local addition ',' is condensed: I I of the wharf has recently begun, and .
of the I to the combination team partially I Field Crops-Upland cotton. $iSU981 ,- 'it was here that the ill-fated Ger- 'I ..QC M New Florida fj rup, PlusPaddmc. 4 =
"Ii !made up. Sea: island cotton, 'man bark Kiandra was capsized i!! tI.
many ; (1,533,705; = Van Duzer & Jauer's Fliraring Extras 'III '
,' J "Daring recent trip to Pensacola J corn$2,438,862: ; oats, $:!.!3O5; sweet! yesterday morning. But fur the I, Kiiitfs
bollc I i Manager Fordham received a proposition 'potatoes, s55G49; sugar cane (sugar :i firm condition and new piling, she C) t: Drape Nuts I'ostum CVreal. a Nub*tihrie for ii",, \ '
'I from the :Fort 1 == V. Oranges,and other trollsN uts of all kin 3s ... <
riot, Barrancas J and syrup), $560,980; rice, $GiiSfi7) ; ]would have gone to the bottom. :' ; from nil < 'v /

fit 1 i team to play a combination elevenon I, j field peas, $:! iGOI; hay, $:!:!!l.tl87;! Her rail caught on the tops of the I; < t Ralston's Breakfast Foods 'j H-
[ New Year's day. This offar was j field '. guard piles which sustained almost i iI ,
but ) ; peas! $:!::i7iOl( ; hay, $2: t1,9b7; |
t ( accepted, and five college players in millet, $7,728; peanuts, $932,418; to- her entire weight, some of them hay- o ) A Full Line of Canned and KuttNd i.ood- 1 =

tral Pensacola, just home for the noli-I |bacco$247,901 ; cassava,52,840; broomcorn i Ins been driven thereby from four to r .; DOVE BRAND JiAMSAND 15KEAKFAST I B! It< ', 1 =:

The days, volunteered to join forces. ', $!,OOO; Irish potatoes, $Sl, 6li:! six feet deeper into the bottom of :
rear. Fordham then agreed to bring over (total, $8,219,113. '1', of the bay. j 3 a Try EcttS Bailey's Special Blend Ctffe.[ : ,1 ?

I ; I; ten men, with a captain, and with i i Vegetable and Garden }'roductsI This new enterprise is in keeping
ij As I j the five Florida players the team
pect would be made up. The meeting I I squashes, $17,3H! ); egg plant, $28,566';! the Warren Fish Co. is engaged. It j
every last night was called for the purposeof J cucumbers $;)O3-t!:! : watermelons,' '!has a fine sleet of thirteen vessels I II Always the Best---Allen's Candies.
l for learning exactly what men desired -i i$145,4t'2canteloupes I ; 562,452; Eng-i' (employed! in the trade, and ships !i

to make the trip. Quite a I lish peas,$35,991 ; beets, $9,849! ; beans, 'i 'hundreds of tons of fresh fish an- -
'II number of the old players agreed to i j jenter $149,175; total, $774,742. j' nually to all parts of the United i

' boast I training again, and already tha I Fruit Crops-Oranges, $090,962; : States, including something like ten'

force of players is practically come ]lemons, 1,275; limes, $;;9;); grapefruit 3 tons per week to New Orleans.I'

I Shy plete. Ludlow will be taken alongas j $102,037; pineapples $392,284; I!

cause the quarterback and field captain |bananas, $1.795\ ; avocado pears,J' A Life and Death Fight <

:. satire and the Ashton Southerns Lawrence: and l and Revet of the, of $1,210; guavas, $2,656( ; strawberries, )Ir. W. A. Hines of Manchester, :

]Eagles will be the Snyder backs, fromI $64,066; pears, $32,179; peaches, $;)6,- la., writing of his almost miraculous I,
here. "Sarah" OG9; grapes and wine, $iO7figs, escape from death, says: "Exposure
;, I H I Turner has agreed to
I 67! total
$ ,
; $1,416,317. I
I after measles induced serious lung
: j play one end and Woods of Tulane ,
Live Stock-Horses, $2l 9G3S !III
;! trouble which ended in
tackle : consump
and
; the I a Upton. center of Tulane mules, $916.375; asses! $2,010: ; stock I tion I had I II '
frequent hemorrhages
I will also be in the force. Mayer
; of and Ravanack will be the I' cattle, $2,49S,683; sheep. $152,951 ;! | and, coughed; night and day. All my
guards, j
! the and, with the Pensacola men, these ,I 6075409.goats! $17'J34; hogs, f32i:: lS; total,i {I i M doctors said I mast soon die. Then I
I began to use Dr. King's New Oisi -
players will be distributed so as to 1 I I
' make I Ij I Poultry-Chickens$2S5K37; ,i (covery for Consumption,which; comI :
, a
up very strong combination.
I I $2,868 $13,587 turkeys, $19 i ,
; geese ; ,
eleven. I pletely cured m*. I would not be
".? the I j Joe Kaufman will I j I 753; eggs, J383.783; ; total, $705,828. I|i'i 'without it even i if it cost $5 00 a bot- '
possibly accompany 'I
from ; the team but will I I Dairy Products-\lilch $4221999 : ,- I Lle. Hundreds have used it on my
not
the j ] Tho final arrangements play.will be 1 I \ ; milk, S6j ,f'69; butter, $134,7b8:: ;i I|, ;recommendation and all fay'lt never Ii |
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cheese, $lOH; total, 81,211,070.\ ,I i ]fails to Throat Chest and !
tion 'completed to-day, and to-night the I cure Lung j
I1 I I
j ct'llaneousWool., : 'I
'jd'i('men will return to active wofk $12,233;i'troubles., Regular size 5Cc. and I' M
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gent i honey, $28,8K3; pecans, $1,004 moss! j
j i are all in fair condition ; i $1.00. Trial bottles free at W. A.i
ii very ,i $700; total, f'i ,S:.').
,i j and few D'Alemberte's drug store. j
a day's work will put them I i ii : __ I
Field
! j I Kecapitulation- crops, $8-1 I i I Ii
been i combination|i. i in fairly good shape.will lack Of teamwork course, the, I j',]1259,113; vegetable and garden products i,I i TO-IUVd 1'IRU. i Prices from $25.00 up. : Call and See Them.A .
j Hii!:! fruit '
:1 but will make / ; crops, $1,416,377; I
they up this loss in in-
1 ;i'dividual, play. ]live stock$6,075,409; poultry, *705- I O. BronnuHi's Drstrored-\o In- CHOICE LOT OF
,828 j ; dairy products, 51,234,670: : miscellaneous 1! .
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have j j, The soldiers from Fort Barrancas surance-I '8s $_O,000.
: S:>t) tota+ ]
fi
; grand ,$18,- ;
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time j have been playing very good ball of 11541,959.| ; ;: I I JCronnum's planing and sawmills :alJGGIESJUST
late, and have i
number
zens, J captured a of < i on the western bay shore
I victories since their unsuccessful i, !
,game here against the Southerns: i' TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY i 'i 'ing, and though the fire
The struggle is, therefore expected! Take Laxative Uromo Quinine, Tablets. All 'i department
J to be an exceptionally lively one. |! druggists refund the money if It tails to, worked faithfully on the (tames, the AT )I.XUFAl'TUREnPHICEK: ,
: The will 'cure.' t:. W.UKne's signature Is on each ]property and qu'to! a lot of lumber
!L and party leave on Monday I Ievening' box. 25o.:: !
( i ii were a total losq. There was no ;AThe}( Only Exclusive Dealers in Vehicles. ];
keep watchman at the mills and no insurance ,
i j!i ii Death of C il. A. .':. Hamilton.I' on the property. Ihe loss is
< Hannah Bros.,
k At i;: I bottle of Chamberlain's guarantees Cough every Item i'! Col. Alexander E. Hamilton died estimated, at $.'0000.RPV. %J. M. HILLIARD d. CO ,
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have edy and will refund the money to ;at his home in this city at 3 o'clock ---

.i1 1 anyone who is not satisfied after I I yesterday afternoon after a long illness John Reid' Jr of Great No. 30 East Garden St. Phono 124.
tive Fall Mont.
recommended
i j (using two-thirds of the contents from consumption. He was Ely's
s the i This is the best remedy the world[ : progressive and public spirited, and Cream Balm to me. I cm emphasize -

j for la grippe, coughs; colds, croup, had a large circle of warm friends his statement. "It i; a po-itive A SCIIOJ\lt IIlI.,
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, and i here being a prominent ure for catarrh if ned a< directldflay. ,
whooping cough and is pleasanti; Pythiau, a TRADERS
its j O.ie of the most valuable Chri-t
Francis W. Poole,
and safe to take. It prevents any' :member of the American Guild, and pastor
these J Central Pres. Church elenl. )[ont. mas presents that you can Rive your
L I tendency of a cold to result in pneu1'mania. one of the founders of the Dixie Uun ,
, jgome i 'Club. He is survived by his wife, AFTER rsix Ely' Create P.Jim: son or daughterwuuld be a fcliolar- '
six weeks I believe myelf cured of ship in Meux's JJuaine College
f --- -- -- who is here, and his parents, who reside "
) Norwegian beaiu-n'! Church. 1 at Winchester, Va., where his catarrh. Joseph Stewart:: Grand chool that has. prepared many i HVE
I j i iJ | body was shipped on the 12:35 train ave., HutTalo, N. Y. young; men and women for a successful ,
\ On the night before New Year's business All
end. I to-day for interment. The pall bear-' The Balm does not irritate or cause career. pupils en- i
I Day at 7:30 o'clock a festival and tering for a three orK months' ,
lie I M ers were J. Ercmet Wolfe, L. M. sneezing. Sold by druggists i at oi) : '
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:J entertainment will be given in threading e: Levy Frank Wilde and Dan Bergin cents, or mailed by Ely Urothers 50 term in department before Jan. We
that parantee tie &l louEYE
of the 1, 1901, will bp allowed
'.. room church. And I : from Damon Lodge, K. of }'., and Warren street, New York. a discount.
'in remembrance of the Addresser call
passing century --- ------ on
I W. H. Hutchinson, Oeo. W. Turton, 'I -
. 1aw- ', ] and the beginning of a new,, Iholy i il V. J. Vidal and J. J. Hootoa from i Annexation to ..tabarnaThe C.O.\IMJX. WHISKY to be to
l service will fa1? held in the | ,the Dixie Gun Club. i l I5i2w: Principal.POLITE .
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'Y 'un ,church at 1 iOSO o'clock: Rambler: in the Mobile ][era1d -------- Best
I : p. m. i j -- Whisky D[rEd; +in
!' The Christmas tree festival, with News- commenting on the visit there \ ATTENTION.

of : 'distribution of Christmas presents I j Glorious : of Richard II. Fries of this city and HONEST WEIUII-( :. any city for It? mme
of his
work for
f the
annexation of
ter, to the sailor, will take place Saturday Comes from Dr. D. 15. Cargile, oft PROMPT DKLIVIJKYV: \\\-
Western Florida Alabama
night at 6 o'clock on the nth o t Washita i I. T. He writes: "Four to says: AXTEEI. AT H. ;MTLLKK'S.PHONE : .
[ ? handle Ibis
He is enthusiastic the WhiSkYIn
, 1 on subjectand
p January All friends of our church i bottles of Electric Bitters has cured 213. 4 I)) H. PALAFOX.
the much-coveted
t :,' i are welcome.___ __O._Bolden____pa-tor._ I ICmfederale :Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had will be says achieved eventually. Geographically end People are realizing the f-ut that

, the i Veterans. caused her great suffering for years. that portion of Florida, our celebrated Vienna Cram Bread i ii Quarts, $1.00 per qt.
Terrible would
: sores break out on ]
: including Penocola, belongs to Alabama i+ the beet in the city. A lanr* loaffnrirent ':
: The regular monthly meeting of her head and face and the best doctors and will not be :loner in get- *. Vienna Mod<-l J aktry, i In Bulk, $3.00 per gal.
lion Ward Camp !\0.10. U. C. V., will could give no help; but her cure tin where it belongs. While in the In7Vtt Intendencia. I IEncolu'age
be held at7:30 p. m. Jan. lt, 1'JOl. is complete and her health is excellent city Mr. Fries met many old friends, i -------
To This:: is the meeting to elect officer I' ." This shows what thousands but none more dear than his old tutors -' j!
TRY
be for the Camrj for the next year and I have proved-that Electric Hitters'ii at Spring Hill College He home mdus-\\ I. = IT.= >

nue other important matters are to be the best blood purifier known. visited there and dined with try-Use Spawn's Ei'apo-\\
attended .to. Let all the members It's the supreme remedy for eczema,
I the president awl faculty onVednesday.
year, i of the Camp, living in the city at tetter, salt rheum ulcers boils ands \ Mr.l'riesatonetime, rated Soup Vegetables. \ JACOB KRYGTIiBIJOU

the least make it a point to attend thi running sore!?. It stimulates liver, since returning to his old home in -- uK.tf! :

meeting. Don't leave all the work ':, kidneys and bowels, expels poisons, Peusacola, decided to give the : BAR.
up Military ball at the Armory New I
of the ,to be attended to helps digestion builds up the |
Camp by a
may : practice of law, but the intent has! Year's eve by the Pensacola: Light
few faithful members. 'strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by -- -
1 passed away and he will, so he says, Artillery. I
W. A. D'Aleraberte II
By order Commander Druggist. Guar-
1 continue his shingle on the outer I UICHAIU{ II. fUll I;>.
anteed.
for N I)
COOK
'V.F.LE .
'! wall. It is to be hoped he will continue : : !;
per Adjutant. the good work in endeavoringto
Police Court. Of ATTORN EY-AT-L AW,
i carrto success the annexation
; : Take your best girl to the military : There were six cases before Mayor question. Get behind it "Dick," its made OKMiTKl'i I Pensacola, Fla.
ball at the Armory New Year's
; eve Hilliard in the police court this a good thing. I
fji6 morning ot which one was continued OFFII-E:-Over Hoi Calm & '

!i and in fines For Celd in the Head .
$25 was assessed in' a '-
corner Palafox and Intendfti''' :<
.., i; ,I "Keep to Your Place and the remaining cases. C. Apostle 1 Laxative Bromo-Quinme Tablets. GEO. PETERSEN : -
for > charged with tearing bill posters ---- --------

: ;; Your Place will Keep You. '' from a bulletin board, pleaded': Carpenter and Caulkers. \: C. A. WALES & CO.
guilty and was fined $5. Carrie Tay- '
for lor, charged with assaulting Came Notice is hereby given that the Bicycle Dealer, -I>.raler In--

$ Without good health owe cannot keep Jones with her hand, was fined $5, next meeting of the Ship Carpenters'
situations nor enjoy life. Most troubles but the fine was remitted. Irene''', and Caulkers' Union \o. 8GC9, A. F. AGENT FOR THE Wand and Coal.
charged with : of L., will be held Tuesday Jan. 8.
r Avery. : assaulting Virginia
ed originate in impure boo a: Hood's Sarsz- '' \Vashin ton with a stick, was- All members are requested to pay Rambler Cleveland and We respectfully iavite the patron,' <,' ,
of I ensacola.
1', paid FartZfo makes the blood rich and pure ', fined $5.Look -, their dues and receive their work- : Featherstone Bicycles. Office and People\'ard.--.J I"outll AIcsi !'i'

r ( and thus promotes oakihetlh,4fh1eh4l' ,, ing cards. Please attend the meet- Repairs on AH Kinds Done by an Experienced Phone !14.STOTUS .
; out for yourself, and the !a- 'ing. C.T.JoHx"ox.
1: ) help you "keep your p'tce. '1 I Workman.
Lure of'your family a'I d27td President.
by securing | Of att kinds and
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t substantial life insurance policy : SCISSORS, KNIVES AND LAWN- \ I

last I Il d00 c asa arft1 ) without delay, from Tho .C. Watson ,> J. d1. Hilliard $ Co. build'the ;i i MOWERS SHARPENED. at all sorts (1l
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; & Co., who represent one of the best :i
j i lifo insurance companies in exi- :: best delivery wagons, JVIessoiagev: Sci-vico. prices. Easy terms. 11(1rj

.: j I tence.I i,spring floats, drays, etc- I Phone 2C3. 12V.. Romana: t ton 9' Finch.





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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY DECEMBER 29, 1900. 5

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R. K. WHITE, to the pleasure of the evening by I .

presenting unique specialties.! KEARSARGE

cgtihmaler and Graduate:, Manufacturing Optician Jeweler, Services! tomorrow at First Rap- !I
tist church at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The
Forbes
jj v,'th PtWoi St.-, ft nsatoU,Fla.bOGA Morning Preaching by subject pastor: "The Rev. F.Young Jones. SSAGllUSETTS I StoreWatch

Child's Triumph." Sight subject: .

nEWS( nOTES "Thoughts for the Closing Years. B. --
i. P. U. service at 6:30 p. m. Sun-
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day school at 9:30 a. m. A cordial The Two Great Battleships En. .
invitation to all to attend these services
I tered the Harbor at Noon.

L gram for fetuacola and vicinity: The twenty-third semi-annual I

it; Sunday fair; {rah norther- statement of Secretary R. M. Caryof

,ir Bin temperature ytitcrtlay, G) the Pensacola Home and Savings Hear Admiral Norman H. Farqubar I II this Space
.
.1.1.11/11 in lust 21 tour M.j Association shows that the earnings I
Greeted by an Admiral's Salute i,
of that excellent association from I
>,, .Stone's: :! advertisement.
I June 1. HIOO), to Nov. 30, 1900, were) From the Guns at the Forts as he

tl\ .cock of Bay, Ga., is a guest | $;),8 S.03; that there are 8,229 sharesin Majestic Flagship Steamed Into

t- ambia. dividend active for operation the six months and that ending the I The Harbor, Piloted by Com me1 4I-FOR ONE OF OUR**=-

\\ t McLauchlin of Florala Ii'l S ov. 30, is three per cent on all sums i dote Win. Bazzcll.j .
at the E cambia. !
: guests paid in on stock i issued prior to June I
to attend the New Year's ; J, 11uO.! j j The flagship Kearsarge and the

.f"' if the Pensacola Light ArT | battleship Massachusetts of the
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day was I'alian released bark from Uiccicia quarantine Re-,I i I 1| 1 Sarsaparilla j pneumonia building The best upt,,protection ILABOR|he diphtheria system against with, etc.Hood's.fevers is in I,':|i i bor North the The bar at noon flagship and Atlantic to-day.entered Kearsarge squadron Peusacola, piloted, crossed har-l; by i jI I, f FAMOUS J JANUARY r UNDERWEAR[ [ SALES l [ !



o. lijkcr of Argyle, Fla., was i i it NOTES. Commodore \Vm. Bazzell, led the'

t arrivals at the:\Ierc bant i I ': way and as she steamed majestically '
;.1, t. i Yesterday morning three non-
union in the guns at the forts greeted'
men attempted to put up some
;\' r McMillan: has returned shelving, etc., in the store of S Is- the arrival by firing the admiral's -
_. \-It to relatives at Green- j rael, 317 South Pulafox street. They ; salute ir honor of Rear I

T .\a. procured material) and went to work, Admiral Norman Farquhar, who i'i! > REEIBER GIVE REBATE CIIECI @
v a +!r-i. James C. Adams and' but not for long, however, for several is in command of the fleet. I

i .. keof t'rfsco! Iowa, arrived: citizens! called the attention of Mr. It was generally expected that ,
'., ia-t: night. Israel to the act that the men were i i these noble warships would anchor !
undoubtedly non-union. In orderto : OH the navy yard, but greatly to the t tI [
\V i). l1 1 iw kins, company the.Jackson i. settle the question beyond a''1 gratification of the great mass! of I

1. concert doubt the business agent of the Cen- people who were anxiously watch- :
:, the city last night. i tral Trades Council sent for who their '
was ing for arrival, they sailed directly -
G, W :Smith= of Efllngham. III., immediately) pronounced them up to the city and anchored' w J. &, Eti orToes

winter vi-itorhere,arrived i scabs, whereupon. Israel calledin in the stream, in full view from the' s
-. train yesterday after.r.vnrr's union men to take their places, wharves.
thus proving that his sympathiesare Shortly after tomhgto anchor in
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: with organized labor. 'Such generous the stream Admiral Farquhar sent
i' one prica cashinvites actions as this on the part: of an offical communication to Mayor 'utoi

i." the public to : our business men show a high appreciation Hilliard annoucinfr the arrival in AT*f ;:@1rhlh =
i r. thereat bargains being of the skill and! intelligence the harbor of the two war: vessels, to ':

winter wear that abounds in every labor organization. : which Mayor Hilliard replied, extending -

-.tinIOllll1y l night Pen- the courtisies I of the city to
Jxe: No. :3, K, of P., will If the names of all members of dif- the officers and men of the fleet.: This season everybody needs something in our line, and we
-i'UUtive* to the grand' erent unions that are today patron- If the vessels remain at their present -
\ full attendance: of inemjtieted. izing scab stores and barber shops, anchorage the wharves will be 4x: : are offering every inducement to secure all the patronage we

were published in one of our leading crowded this afternoon, notwithstanding can get. It is a known fact thatSTONE.
dailies, the list would be a long one the inclement weather.
v .? M. Poyer of \\'ashingtonla | and would bring the blush of shame On the first page of this issue will
'. 'if Lieut. Pop tor of the U. to many a guilty member. Not only be found an excellent picture of

> S rare: ; arrived in the city has the member committed an act Rear Admiral Farquhar and good *[

,!, .v tfteruoon and is a guest discreditable to himself, but it i is a pictures of the Kearsarge and the
H l.-rambia. : reflection the local of which he Massachusetts

:aa: Lutheran Church: Sur.11 i is a member. Sells good stuff. This is the first inducement he offers. The
The olllcers to extent i St Michcal's Catholic Church. .
: ') a. in.; German service are a great j
,.. in ;.English service p. in.; ,' responsible for these conditions, be- The 40 hours devotions will begin i'W i>( second is Low Prices. Your careful inspection of our goodsis

I: oilrriug in both service cause they curtail the influence for to-morrow morning at the 10 o'clock invited. From the very top to the
j FV. Keiuhardt, pastor. ': good which would be far reaching if mass, continues Monday and ends''
allowed to extend beyond a few personal 1
i will be a special musical ; friends. The influence of New Year.day at 10 o'clock mass As'
at the First Baptist church : one Sunday will be the last Sunday off|
MI ; man has determined the destiny OTTOM
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the in obedience to our
-D row lI !rht. The choir will be :,. thousands! ; and surely each local in century !
Father Leo XIII. there will
.--..tt-J by Kd. Weston of the Olytna the city of Pensacola has at least Holy
,be special devotions at ;3 o'clock in [
Open"' Co. Hal Anderson, Maxi] one their number who
HI, .berg and others. j mands among the respect and esteem of com-his ,the afternoon.m. andsermonon Devotions the Blessed also at ,, Shelf is crowded with the very latest styles of Clothing,

A bouquet will be given under the : fellows, who, if he will exert that 'Eucharist.7:30p. Masses! on Monday at1i:30 I i>@ Gents' Furnishings, Hats, Etc. We are also pleased to have .
talent which God has him and
,u"S of Alpha Lodge No. 219, I. given (;: and 8:30. Midnight Mass New
U li. B.I at the Progress club rooms ; portray to his brothers the con- .i Year's Eve, and sermon by Father' you look over ourPRICES

t.. ", rruw night in celebration of ; temptable position a member rills. Ignatius of Cullman, Ala. The
1.: liritli Day. Rabbi Schanfarr when he stands up and asks other locals
I Christmas music will be repeated at
r > Mobile will be the orator of to support him in a just demand midnight Mass; New Year's Eve. : aC(
1 a-ion. I II and then closes his eyes to ]i There will also be Masses New Year s
I the fact that other unions; are expecting -
I I daat 7 and 10. The new centun'wl
T.. Johnson & Sou's blj store'J '! his support and does his: '
l be ushered in by the singiugofthe
;i& bixbiKiueiiJ during the holi- I shopping and shaving with scab em : Te Deum, ringing of the bells, -S'l" I Leader of Low Prices,
'u-h but till has carloads of ployes i P TD E
etc. ;iz gj 222-224 S Palafox St.
;i- liable Roods which are being It is either thoughtlessness or : -- -- e .
". '. d at very reasonable prices. selfishness: possibly both, but it is a1' For Over Fifty Xcara.

i > .. invite the public to call and fault that can and must be reme-1 Hiss. WI esLoW'a SOOTHING BYRUP hat
-i ct their various departments. died and should be taken up under been used tor over fifty years by millions of
the head of the "good of the order," ,, mothers for their children while teething, ,
'j i el.. & N. will give a rate of with perfect success. It soothes the child,
: for the round trip to Pensacola j) in each and every organization and ,! softens the gums,allays all patneure811'lnQ JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
so thoroughly discussed and minutely colic and U the best remedy for Diarrhoea.
al"'QUut of the 1W1! Mardi GMSiiMtiis pictured that not a member in It will relieve the poor little sufferer im- |
f and will advertise the at- mediately. Bold by Druggists In every
tr "t-'i.'ii on their lithographedi the future but what would consider ;, part of the world. Tw'enty-nve cents a bottle.
it a disgrace to even be seen in conversation Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Window's
per the same as New Orleans with a scab. This is the iootblag Byrop."and take no other kind.iHTitoioot. x BEGINS AT@:
.' d Mobile. ---
condition that is in existence in1 I --

The I'oibes store has succeeded in' many other cities, and why not S3
.: 'tin:,' its stock straightened alter here? We certainly have the mate I take this method to return my I THE BIG: STORE!
''mliday ruh and is now better rial "and where there's will there's .sincere thanks to my many friendsfor
: 'y I .u.-.l than ever to display) the away."' > their past: patronage and hope in .
the future as in the past to merit
: iiiy bargains they are oiferiiifr to t i
puih! He sure to read their ,, Stops the Cough '1 their patronage and good \* ishe '' MONAYKWinter -
and will be to'
rti-ement.. i, My desire has been
and Works oft the Cold. give"my customers the best value for !
JIff;: Henj. H. Liddon will move
polite anti - -
r.l0Ile'with -
M' their prompt : --- --- --
Laxative pronto
k to. his former home, Marianna, 1 cold in one clay. >Juinin o Cure,Tablets>o Pay.cure Price 1 attention and quick delivery. ,
,'i iy in the new year. The law ;25: cents. 1 \Vi-.hinirone and all a very IfappyandProsperous i, has hardly begun, yet we must close out all Winter Stock this
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:II!: uf Liddou! & Fagan will be div' --- New Year, I remain -i month. You can see for yourself the orginal price and the
: d I by mutual consent January 1, 1'1I()Glt.\. '
l al.:" Llddnii retiring to resume his ( Yours very Respectfully, marked down price.

.<'tii-o at Mariunm. i Watch :Night Meeting at I'alalux I j I JJMKS Mrilrcif, I -
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Mi-. Mary L. Dt>(1raaf died at lier Street Methodist Church, 1O to 12 Prop. New Orleans Grocery Co. ,

'I.". in t'his city yesterday: after-, O'ClotL. 1'. }December 31,1!>OO. This sale includes Tailor-made Suits, Jackets, Capes, Blankets, Com-
i n. Thp funeral took place at 3 :foiiK No. 0"S, "Watchman, \pl"ics Foi;( narter. \iTA Knit
b i 'i'k this afternoon and was at.i . .Tt'II:1I of the Night.." P.\. Fix, Dec. $.-Articles of incorporation forts Broadcloths Venetians, Homespuns, Crop ODS,
: did! bthf' Catholic Knight. and 1'raver. : HlbsUnderwear Carpets Rugs and Portier Curtains. gfl
S.vg-\o. SMI '-Waywurn Tiavller," Lave: been filed here for theFiorida ,
I ..h.. of of which she' .
< America C.C. N; ickel t'n UQcH'hulr.Addret8"AcbleveuiHntsoJ 1 Peninsular Transportation -- -- -- '
w ia member.and a large concourse Huh Century; company -
11 un J..1':. W of fe.Solo fl.000.000 capital. The company
-< rr' winr lends.
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.. Mrs. J.C. rVitpy will I'ap..r "Methodism In IVusaevla *
Ilr. H. M. Tattle and J. (1. Heard ,
MSs Mary Lucia Richards.Soni from !fit. Petersburg on the west
the formed a copartnership for the -Xo.M"Blow; \e hlo ." besides
? Trumpet '\ coast, to tuis city numerous
;. raclic of dental sorcery and have: Urcilaiiun.. .. .M. r.. \V.C. O'Neal'; 1 other hues both city and urban, and 36-inch Dark Percales. .. .. . . .. ,; yard
Holo Miss Kllie: Weutworthj
uid-ume parlors at:ll.. West Inten-i,j'I Paper .. .. .. ... Kfllfctiona," maintain tevt'ral water lines of trans- Outing Flannels, new styles, yard
l.i 'ncl-i Sol Cahn & Co's.l'I i tendrrsou.
street, over
Mliii "annie!! portation. The work of construction
.I hey have: a professional: card in t1ollgo... +!."How Happy are ._. .... ...' \i will commenc1 as soon as a preliminary 2,000 yards Embroidery, great values, for . . . .. .. .10 and 16c yard
t'il' i iMie. Coth gentlemen stand They Who.their u\'iorlb..y. 1 can be luade.Foraker .
1 Address .. .. By 1'aitor survey | - -
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!1 I igh in the profession ;' bong: No. */',"""oy Krulb Will I
.. You Meet L'g.- Defend the Administration. i
Mi-"i Miriam Choate, during her Recitation: -"1'neClosiiig \'ear."_...1'reutlce /
recent vi-it to Jacksonville, re'f'I,1 Miss lloritlitCook. : CINTSNVATI. J 'c. 23.-Senator J. B. 'Xi: !Uilliam OblHiOn, & Son Y
Prayer at li: III.
( a complete roure of in truction Song No.Ti lJIi.i -Come Let p.U8ntw.. i I Forakl'r has iun U reply to the rrcentspeech N
IMHI .,tie of the most noted and ..... "
our Journey Pursue. ,i at Auu Arbor, Mich., of E -hcs' ,
-lh'Cf'-ful teacher, in all of the ----
lit.-..t and newest dances, anti will idcut Benjamin Harnsiu, in which Mr.lfarri.ou !
> i"'ii a d'incinpr school at Library' A Iliii Cargo. i 1 criticised the! HlrtHic ,:, pol1 i Tkp Styles in "Fine Silk"Are
Hall\ announced elsewhere in The British steamship Hannah M. Icy of the #iverumeut. oharactemiuff it Latest L t t as
f':.i- i--ue. Hell, which cleared to-day for Bre- as"a departure from correct principles. HY/iter Furniture -

TI! Co. will begin :394-I6k In a speech before the Manufacturers'club and house decorations the Handsome New Vehicles Turned Out by
t. olympia Opera: ; ) ( : of this city last night Souator For.
>:i.'tt.r! wt-rk's engagement here and Ms-0 round bales! of cotton and i aker strongly defended the policy of the at bottom prices, cash
:V.'iuliy nii ILt. The members rft IOU toils pig iron.Library. admiuistrati II
credit. Mars ton $Finch.C1ii1ter' .
,i-iiluitt'd company have made .. -- I ._ J. M HOWELL

iiuiiy: friends I here who greatly en- Meeting. i Inspectors Keappjlnted. I ,

!'"> tin'ir ext-ellent singing. The in- | CHATTAXOOOI, Doc. 23.-Paul E. ,
iii-utnii* are that thty will be Tuesday being New Year's day House Manufacturer: of
Williams, inspector in charge of the M
.
"r. '.ni by a crowded house :Mon- ,, the regular meeting of the Pensa- i ;
d.IY I utt:l't.: Secure your scats to- ', cola Library Association will be Chattanooga division of postoflloe in- VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS
i..IY. held on Thursday, January 3, at ': specters and the 14 field inspector l.XKGKST IX TUB SOUTH. ,
half past four o'clock. Every m m- who work the various states in the
TIIK: Nit received td3Irolll ---- --- FROM A LOG CART TO A RACING 8[LlY.
ber iJ urged to attend. The Library division received their commissions to-
)1--: "N.tbi-1. Hell, the local represenivi '', has just received about twentyfiveof I day from the postmaster general, reap- Manufacturers' agent forKUAXICH&KACH Factory And Shops oix Garden f3ti-cot.
t.': .f the John C. Ruth Packing :;
them for the commencing
the latest new books.! pointing year
I" "f Cincinnati with the compli- 'I i' Jan. I, 1001. No changes are made: in REAR OF MASONIC TE I"LE. PHONE .7.
lJ.t": : of the firm, an elegant sugar: ,' 1 LESTER,
i'Jr.-J Dove Brand tongue, for''' for a Cold in the Head the division.DAKCISG. ... WEHKR. If you don't believe it. take a look at one of the New Freight Floats
'wiuii i the editor hereby extends Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets. SCHOOl I IITH & BARNES, just finished for E. E. Saunders &Co.and others. They Defy Competition.

.iatt.ful thanks. Dove Brand meats CHECKERING,
Te: of unurpased quality and they ( PAX-CAKE FLOUR. Miss Choate will open a dancing SINGER, Repairing, Horseshoeing, Rubber Tires.

!art' quite popular in Pensacola, be- school at Library Hall, beginning' BEHR BRU .,

ins M-Id here by all first-class dealt BUCKWHEAT.BHREDEDCOCOAXUT.. Wednesday afternoon, January 2, at WILLARD NAVAL STOKES MAUKfcT. J. M. Hilliard Co
em-
< r.:. half past three o'clock. Wednesdaysand

: : I Saturdays, at the same hour. PIANOS Reported Daily for The Newt b, ploy only union labor and
very pleasant social event last'ii latest aud new ,
MINCEMEAT. I All of the steps
Union Naval Stores Co.
if.1't wa. a surprise ,party at the dances tau bt. di 9tf II i use only union material.
-uli-iiee of J. Geo. White in honor AT H. MULLER'S: (j jI E08I5. They build everything
T f Mi* Mae Smith of Dalton, Ga. PHONE 213. kt) 6.1'ALAFOX. In buying from ns you deal direct: with the ww.-.1. f.- H.._._. .fl.i i on
:." I.- here visiting her nudes, A.A.1 j Dr. G. H.Tuttle. Dr. J. G. Heard. factories. wo.__._._._.._ i A: u ........ .. i : : wheels.Good .
',J 1 U. I These pianos! are not shipped from KrancbHouses I s._._.......... e i?i r .m _.... 14, -- ---
A, Credille. She was thet : .......... __... ... I
... TUTTLE & HEARD .II 1 ou save all middle mpn s profit M_. i ti' E i n full ='. They excel-
? |IJ.t night/ of Miss Annie Pictures' Handsomely You will be convinced of this by gtrtttagpric K ,_ ....... 1'.i I)___. ... I ::1''I pie are
: UP and was eomplPtelvsurpriseda 'I ? Terms to suit any pure.OVER 1___...... ..__ .1'BrraITsTUspcsTIFNN lent. Very rich pa,try. To intro-
Framed DENTAL SURGEONS: duce them well will ; .11
'i about thirty couples called. : t'i> PIANOS bELECT FItO (. Cat we ; them
) program consisted of dancing, \ and ready to hang at unusually 34 DiTF\DESCISIItEET, Ca.l Eaily. three for 10 cents for thirty day.
i We will do up your counterpanes We make large pies to order. Vienna -
delicious; low prices. Marston Over eol Cab u.s. :| J. M. CLUTTER'S MUSIC HOUSE. 'I! for 15 cent each. New Method Model Bakery, li/7 West Inten-

K u and Jo*. Santos added much 5' Finch. Phone 230: IVnsacoIa, Fla.I I 1IMH South Palafox Street. !: Laundry. dencia

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SHOT HIS DIVORCED WINE OF CARDUI the Form a exhibits phonograph of r.oaslr..pll.at the Invented Paris ei-by Boston Shoe Store


Poulscn. a Danish engineer

WIFE !IN THE STREET A LITTLE (,$ a wire wound Instead of a ,
p Is of
wire
cylinder. The - ---- --- -

DOES MUCH. over It la place of the usual THE NEW SEASON OPENS WITH FINE PROSPFrT n
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I a small electromagnet BUSINESS WE HAVE MADE
CountdeBernouillY81aYstheFormer AMPLE
PRri'Al-vi
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telephone transmitter: 11 i \
I! : with a FOR IT WITH ONE OF TilE LARGEST:; AND .Y
Countess. Booxs, IOWA, Dee. 14. The sound waves cause a BE> I
No tongue cia tell whit I have endured -- 1 In the Intensity: cf the electro- LECTED STOCKS WE HAVE EVER CARRIED t.
-- la the put ten years with my monthly ncknei -
+ *. While Buttering untold agony, a I and the nmsntt, acting! upon
JEALOUSY WAS THE.CAUSE friend called and recommended Win of J passing beneath It, leaves a Ladies Misses Men and
Cardui. I tent for a bottle, and Ohl what Boys.
relief. After the first doss I began to feel I impression; upon the latter.
better and have had no pain alnce.UE3. action! the wire re-
ln the
NATIIAX G.
Had nerD Divorced 1C Monthi. ; FORCIIEDIFH
Couple 0 ACB LAMPHEHE. 1T j I
j nutgnet. and corresponding
I'aderewtkl'sSou Denies Alleged
I j transmitted by the! tele- PROPRIETOR.
Duel and Death of III. Knther-Other LREE'f w "I obliterate the map-
Ili order to
t 0-SOME OF OCR SPECIALTIES
Foreign New and (iuoi.II'. dU' on the cylinder: It Is only ARE- ,

1 hQf C I to revolve it under the tnag- Ladies' High-cut 9-inch
NICE, Dec. 23.-Vicomte Julei do contlnui Rainy Day Shoes
this is subjected to a
1 IVrnuuilly hot hU divorced wife here Ladies' Czarina Shoe. Ladies' Marzo
i I Shoe
i last night. The shooting; took place iu Wine of Cirdul not only cures but it acts AT ONCE. Here Is a cue I All of the Finest Quality, $3.50 each.

Hue de la Paiz. The ricomto fired six of ten years' standing,and yet one single dose made the sufferer feel better, 7be Yellow Peril. I ..
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bhots at hU wife who had strength I and stopped the piin. The Wine goes straight to the seat of the trouble.It 'l.nOW peril" will be pres -
"I acts the menstrual and genital organs. Its action to not I
left call for and take directly upon the Chinese are awakened
enough to help ) j i
violent, and it does not force :a result. It simply gives Nature that little
t refuge in a shop whero she died shortly assistance that the sufferer's system licks. A single disorder in the : knowledge; of the resources j I I Boston Shoe Store

e afterward.f feminine organs spreads many disorders :all over the body, and when the empire and have their atten,

f Madame de fiernouilly was not quite Wine cures the source, all the other ills vanish as a matter of course. A l.v directed to manufactur ,
woman can be her own physician and cure herself at home. Local examinations ; the civIlteiM world has |I
:24! year* of ap; <}. She was divorced from of the ,
are largely things fear is the arousing; of China -.-
k t h .r husband for 11! mouths. Despite past-the obnoxious custom is no present lethargic: condition j! -
I this of their union the husband tAms ADYISOM IEPHTKi longer: neceSlrv.'ile of CarJui :
! rapture For airier In.requiring epeclA ; of the possibilities ;
remained intensely jealous of his wife. direi-tiona UdifV....,..ftiMrrMi.,Urf't,, prinirfeTinptoitm IkXHtrTlOllOb:. is the only Wine perfectly made safe to-day and surevegetable for renjji.! The Chinese are In- The Star
in the muu)"t o, luiunw ".Teiin. *. Laundyy|
most and thrift willing :
He fro iptntly upbraidher the cure of female! troubles". } They are
riolttit' fa-hiuu and kept a conitautivuuh to work for small wages.;
na her movements. Thorn was easily be taught to do al.I!I ,Ji
sell Bottles for $1.00.
Druggists Large
inly one child, a little girl ofI years ,. They quickly become
,
old \\110, rare.had bi'en It veins intrustpil the child to wasanother theml.'b'r' d )\, not' be In difficult cottou factories to teach I f in in' H r 6f f infull's j ELOFI1il4i j

s nsmo of discord between the .
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be skillful workmen In all -
divorced couple, as the unsUiud wanted .
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to have h.irjco of Im daughter. manufacturing.-Savannah I
, IMx-ruouilly is !r.J >ears olJ. Ho is Clothri and the Man. t.iiKuivn i.uri(:'. to 1)eittht "Done"

said to hale frequently told friends ofi If a Filipino niters the hou e of a t Oi.YMi'i: \.'ttsil; D <' :5.-The Ju\l t ii IL; ,t
t
bit tau nt son to kill Ins wife. Directly European living in nn uais ;um'nsway. "Ui J, !ri>n ol Liv! :v, it; ..,; d 4 li or-la
. coti : grippe; can be
tt h had commuted tin crime he, went to he will believe that the l uroix'nu -
not
< < ort ae,1; i G. a-d a 2111011. '14.d! i the bud" with a dose ,or will make a man 1s i
i'a' tli- n. in-st i );lico atatum uld 1 gave: himi.H I Is either wealthy or \vNe! and, I'' '
have b'(.n burned to d.-ata ro u' FOLEY'S HONEY AXI> TAR. .i' day. l'uT: flfl''I"' ,, > ,:
(' up. ililio'igh hi.; manner may bo correct, The jxirents wi-ro tel:1 pnl'.ily ; substituteV.. A. D:AI- wrong are productn.ptTand I '

FATE OF CREW UNKNOWN.tr it will; nut be humble. On the other froai honi' Amiss of charred1 prc.fanity t.i .
-- uantl. If he visits au I Isimrant man were all that wa. left. palling: degree. \\".
11 t HrllUli lf.inifr FUllul'fi In .\ Heavy : who indulges;: In great splendor, he willit Society, Attest on. believe the most l'
Gate In the ('h,rnnrl.L4. |I once become exceedingly: : respectfuL lint I) sl a by .1 Polk.ln.H.U.F.HiU. will be a regular meeting of taste could find a fan:: tt

.ION Doc. 2$. -Tlu-ro has l vu a I Irecurriuce It..P Mr. Phelps: Whitninrsh. who in The Dec CS.-I'ohcemaa ;;; Medical society at the work we do. it j' .
I of Health .___ ftct, and what ,,,
office at f calli" I '
in the cp? .o." > >
of storms mid violent gales! Outlook gives his experiences Parker at Talkl trill shot and -
Tuesday Jan. Sand 2:!. than the bestVl.L. ,i. ..
J l 1 Ju the channel, and considerable dim- islands tolls the story of a wealthypnuliKlal killed AU-sandor Ltttlo at that physicians are cordially! -li'B' wi*htohelureofLrudu! _

; age has bleu wrought a->horo. Ttlegrai i i vis-king Manila for the first Parker approached Little in a attend. ; a phone or postal will I I.

IIt! h lines are d jwn in nuny plau-s. j I tiiiie, who a>ked to be pieseuted to till and whib tho two were taking! a PIERPONT, M. D., our wagon.
,It :governor general.When 1. shot Lattlodeal.Ktlwaid President.
1 The British bark lVs.t--us; which :
. hi. reached the ii..lace.: he MC-CREARY.. D.,
:1 f railed from Qaeeuitowu Doc. 2j for I .
t Sharjineis has foundered oil IVuarth found the governor taking coffee on 11,10's.I. lnat d.RALEIOH. : ; Secretary.

Roads. One man of the crew waslauded : !1'1,; piazza dressed couifoitalily in a D.-c 2S.:: Kdward -a-Cold- in-the-Head- ALL WORK C. O. D.
at Cardiff. The fato of the rest : vhittf cotton\ suit. The Filipino reiiue. shot frou: ambush and the top
t is ul1m'"wlI.i i favor be extendedto Bromo-Quinine Tab'ets.iIost : :I
ted that
: some head blown off by an unknown
; TELEPHONE 114. :$1 :Z. GARDE:' .1
: Th' British! lark Queen of Cambria, and hU
hIs! district request vngranted.
frori Tooijioila.! .1u4: for Falmouth while riding on a bicycle! oa the :
I He then witlnhew. The olli- conh-i
whl;,! l"leis towed into F.ilmouth, way near P.ilaiyrn. _, :! rGo0D3: CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FKEKWALZBP ; ,' ;
( kU vha! Lad proeiired the II
plC\ hi.r ii wlino! and tho! force of the j.resont.1ti plefe lock
111 j.tl Mi: W h. r trip sail: away. Slu sifli asked: him what l.e t'uuuglit: : of the: When >"i'ii need a !; medium anil cheap IKGSAHAIsZ, : Knucir; "
i ,p d llllIlIa to her hell I and was CUtJJ1 geueial.Vhy. I hpaliu_ anti""'Ptic : I ,
(:iuwu to the wa'tr's .:'Ig). : "\ ," ropKid; the vl iu>r iu a. tone I ativ j'urp i P. u.3 the ;. : ever displayed inI --

I i.f diMiiipciutinent! "h" I h n) iliSTcront: 1V'itt's'VitcIi H [. SHIPS MENA-CED BY FIRE. : fi-"in nay <.ilirvj; :'te nth:." known cure for piles and !- i KREUGER & KUQBLMAK
.3 case; It heals sorts without We have just what ,
It ha .Kind that the! general a3tr,1.1
:au ; :
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fl It lrlJi':1: Mraiirr ;.. r ,n 1\' l.ic.ipeIV : a car. liewuro of counterfeit want. Mars ton
t.f i!." Incident nil l.e pave ortw j-
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I :'Ntruollitn ..! era. I ci--> Parinacy, Sidney Kahn: *=WHDlE3/tLE GROCERS, *
-I. ; i|, t'.iit r.t his! u\t rercpticn. theI'iliPin.r l -
t iit V: "'::! \. n. 0., I-. Si -The Britt soil! 1 bt Il3herrartl. -. -
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AN t; TImI.FIEoi1f AND N1VVfO'K
: I I ; OF I 11'GROCEIUES
l i-'i -.i.j.t, Mt-lvill-j: / I.'..!id ,and .\lm'r.". :; l"p\ ('n entering tie thmaeroori and New GixxSis CANNED GOODS AND SPKCIALTi!:
(,n tiir] artutl: at Syihi-y. lul a t iV to \I "eeing ll.e general Ii furl uniform.I .
', latest styles; of Paper and :
.. t' !L: "f t.t-ir narrow evaj, froiu ue>:ruc- I surrounded by his l-rilliaut staff. with ope*. DISEASES Try OU.r Golden HPlooco I'IoLzr.

\1 >u with? all on lairJ. Fire broke out i I the aooessorii'-s: (f siemii.l! tapestrlei.l.i.cd Beat quality of Tablets f,T Sub\ 'roiuii 13i-iJl: : I". GJ'PrJ1If'I.ttrPI.t.

in 'k.! tensile! Mm 1 on O-t. is as sho I I!- n and il the t'O-uy nuJI 114 p. ,)r for cOl'rpi'polld..uce.I Md."t'w -- V'areb.'iuCor.! Tarragona;, and Cl. nr< -
waM.'II| 1 to Sydney rind fur days her I vpl\ ndor <>f thesa 'KtinNh; functions! s Itppli; ?, 1'n,2; }> ; most fatal of all cis-

cnw was kept bu-y ti htin; the llunes. :1 tie! !provincial grtw pale and, Kneeling !I Iukwtn3.Ilatters: Desk-pad-!: : _ Tol:phoro 1 ; 1. ,
Tintiro" on tiN Aliii'T.i started on : in ilei'p humility escl-iimed: and Bill Paper. --

1 A us. !', but two dies after she waslau.la I "TliiN i IinIeiHl)' gcliersK': : I P.lank-booics.- tter avd F. C. BRENT. WJI. H K co\d'.n"! W. K. JIYE3. JR., J. -. '
in a heavy :: ik' which cnt sea I So !niprcs>fcil was be that te! fi.l- Filia, Collrct..r'! Tiles! Paper : KIDNEY CURE I I l'r ..i'l1t.. N".o rri-j.-I--it. I'asbttr. Airs < .
Yi tllll.nrl. and ti< thif,:.-|". the! ciiit.uu: I II tnJ-carv'-'l I'U"B"l wo
MV*. IK"! v-',-t'l tv.wil bet -v.lv.iti'.iu: for j I tl\Yiil moruii--> s-out a pair of Iiaadsoijo : &c &?. t'. \'. Tiit Mr.>oj 8'J8r52issl' t Rcasq J n "111 r 2 0f -r '
hose to the p njnil with a not'ehi.li j N-. :S-'iS.; IVl.ifnx fl. .J.. I '
th. (life \\.i soon ix'i.ijrus-'iv.'dult.'r: the 1 I : J ..--.. r-. ... .. .. ,
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gab1S! -. ), read: ------ J to if .. .
I refunded. Contains l I '
"My; general, yesienl.iy li'!>:"l you itt ()jldJ 11 \
WITHOUT FOUNDATION. s') mch' in your unlf'Tin of ;:..1,1! that: Don't t f fciss this : recognized by emi *j 1) ({ .

't -- j I send' you this pair of horsebut t!.'* the best fox
1:<< 1"1 Durl ami Ilpatli or I'cdi'- For rt time as
a ;< we \\
; not use them when you < :I'J in a ( or Fi::,.: AC2iA.rWil. \..
,'. 1.-1,1 Itt'IIIt"I. white suit.: away; blow C"-t. one pound and Bladder troubIs.

P\J.I.. 1).'c. :i:*>.-Tho minor cabl.dfn F'ehhl'lr 'lll'd Moclu-Juva .
it and PRIGS SOc. ea.UJ.C3. DX-c.: n coi.: : f
recentj'r priinJ
'!u N-\v Yirk! that: I:;JU'-c Iidvwlii I : > Ths Cut Plaster. pouiuN! Stand: : ml ir.iunlatcil: ( A. D'ALEMP.KRTE.: H. KKOWLZS.: W. A. PLOUJT, ?. C. BIE\T,1.1;: .'- '

Lad 1 h i-n kilU-.l in duel 1-1 ranscaa iiuh unsioty einon hi< tread I Pain I!iln and boundto do this to iUU"l \lH'e nor .
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# in I'.nwho.: h w.-viT. immediately the fleeted parts i* superior; to Parched or Cr.n.i'd: Coffee. :

9i ji :ci: diiattiiat, pirt of the! runinr a't : any planter.! When troubled with :Uinraijtceto: : : be sii'crier to ; .u.is1 Mm'l ill U Mm: M&sl B \ sif
ha-tw':,, iucorl'lJt.t.li P.1l1c'I'l'\.ki and' l lime bask or pains in the tide! or you have been paying 3;)and aria. : r r I i : l &!
:
lu' 'Ail"! left 1'aritou :-;UIJIui"ht. for i chest, give it a trial and you are certain per pound for. and no telling a .t. r1 ,. ,r .. i Q -rl
Swt .- : I.mll. | to be more than pleaded! withI long the goods are packed. u'e.' firI -- :uu
I' .\ cram has been received from I the prompt relief which it affords.j Encourage home ;; : rnggi.t., '
1'.1'1'1': ,; gut etattltQ:: that he 1.> Said, j Pain Balm also cures rheuniatim.! given a trial order. We are : : ErWe draw oar owu lMl! I'icJiaags: fi Croat Urtta;:. t
and lii'Jiyin the ri-i> >rted duoLDiath One application) gives relief. For prepared to do roasting as any n, lrM pt t:I Germany, Franca. Austria: flaiy: I1 ".ltl:1, Spain Belgium, Ku : .' !

-- -- I[ sale by Hannah Bros and all medicine in the Houth.Ilijrh way, HWl'1e1, Don ark and ot-r! Karopeaa counirfoe.Disbursed .
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of Ciiitav lEou.n irlo. i dealer Srade! Groceries: ---- .
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CO-Veseh apou tae Meat Yuf.ratoJg Terra, 1\ 1 "If'
} PAKIS D.c. :21-Tho following notice! I Family at prices that defy .
A [Si:; 'Knurl r r.o.r:. Obligations Taken: Payabla aj Port of Lfss'.inakk'C! Teu or Fifl > :1
ap;..'. rrd m a Chcamitz paper this week: ;' M. l'eil:>r. i\ Il".'nth ci.nvei.: ; l.r. tion, wholesale and retail.:: A r E R after Vessol Arrives liiera.
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"At Ii.n u'dockIOIlthIY there died, j jafur fir some years pa-t 1 iTii e-i-'ed: : ; ei: NEW; ORLEANS GROCERY FA5'HafetV Dopceit 3t52C3 for Ront in Conaooticn

a luug illness, my beloved has- ; :.1 glgsntic 1 project f.-r a railway! tan ,
IA 1. MclirGll,
with which havs Privato for thoUBe
! l'I1IHl1l1r1:1: Juitav Louis Uouanarte I! Del fiom the !south: of pan; to the xro a Apartment 1
geutlemati's tailor, aged C1* years. In-1 I .HI lI'an coast a distaiu-e of r.lwut"i1.: l.. Phone !().">. of Ren tfrq.

teruient Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. | w it. 'Ilu' 1'J''ndl fiirvign! otficv liav" --- --- ,

The Bonaparte bereaved, nee widow W eudt.Olairo" Tho Louise tailorclaitind j I till to the present declined to seriously RUGS The I I I.J.I HARPER! r[ WHISKY r

II consider M. lieilier's !scheme and lie T
to be a natural nun of the Duke i Ji 3 and at AG A4fy
of Rek-lntadt, the hero of Hu tanJ's Is now on Ills wayto Fez with a viewto tt ,
t play'L','\.1:1011." I j securing; the! co-operation of the sultan cheapest prices ever of) _
: of Morocco. M. Earlier considers in Pensacola. Sec (arc rr_ W d.tfr 1 r/aoph'
I. \\V. Har
4ieiier.il Franco \VIIIHlrltw.. j that the construction of this tunnel play. Mars/ ton $ o filer Cigar UU'ORTSD; JOBBER 01'

PAMVA, Dec ')S -General Franco: would lend to great commercial developments v w
formerly: p'ntral in chief of the Kvuidorian i I In Morocco. Wo Strive toKeep-- -- S a T J tJ'1 "++.'j l'rSiS/'J e
a.a..Q :
army, WJO'IH nominated by the I in the M ark t t. i9 ,
have hicl the exneiienceiif -
Radial jiirtr as a raudid.tte for the | Many persons Mr. Peter :Sherman: of you I-n Nai'a, Axes Fihe-vti', SIT iJii'! a.1 1 P--.n rnboat Kappllss! C k I

I 1 jn, '"idency. Iw withdrawn: from thocnmpnisn. North Stratford N. H.. vho s-.iys: Consumption ani:: II5..Ung Strives, PaiM. 0h r i:ii Window utaF".
This that the ottietsl'' ,
: means from
"j cal1lhJ'1tn"nl'ral Ix-onid.: Plaza, will I "For chronic years indigestion I sullered, but torture Ko.Jo: Dys- is, Diphtheria, and U A rats n.id TJawwe. and Hra'wfurrJIhl; ?: (>( d", ".

hav no seriouoppusition! ip his comingelection. I pep-ia Cure: made! a well man of a Spullj
The silu'1iolllOY points to : me." It dijre-ts: what you Pat and i ia ic throat and lung o t:;. f1.! .;i,) a.1J it iahin! Tackle.
place and prosperity for Ecuador.Ills !
and
: certain: cure for dvpepsii
I be
l Cund.tlon--Crlllc.i I',stomach trouble. It :gives toilet at can prevented, AGENT; far Klrraingham IVjlIirg Mills Ce iiir aty. r.- : ,

onct even in the wort eassS: and insuring warmth and Blltched Belting, Kortha:l?t.nzr.rl ;V/h'H.1Cmlp: : Laft.: I. t
\YKIM\R. D.'c. 2S -Tho> condition of pin't hf-Ip but do { ')'I.i. llirgi [ nllcis l sC'' Bro
Kan: John fort either I Poirds? Oc!p.ny, JoLn'on'a! KaP'-ima! !!'In Lt.'ng &t.d! Kui/:
the Rand duke tf :ivj-Wetmir.; who :i Pharmacy: >idney : by using 'J .
:Sheppard". I ardRanges\1a.Cande'Sfa; ; : : Iflpri'.taL3'c.-.r; S otrr : r
was recently reported to bo EmI rin; : : Frost 1 King Queen l'E.H.OLt'L\. ,
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1 Mic :.ailrcai Ccbn.Masonic .
fro,III r.u attack cf inf"UZ1. Ii cOIl..ideri.vl XOIICUPKNSAI .

more>eriouhi'originnlulabtdvbasing : 'OLA, Fla Dec. :il, 19( x". er, Klondike, Alaska, MAIN HOUSE: TC1 11)r] } Pons.icolaf FIl.v ; .
I-in conitiued with! lull r.n.itua ofthe !5::?. PalaJoi: Strut Phoae 11'. .
lung To Whom it May Concern: ry or Hudson Chest -- -

-- On and after the above date H. : Opo. tlnloa 1'c-j t. I'bon,101..'
r.fl.lr, She TliniigM It \Vn :Mce.I K. D.lwill not be rp'onizpd:1".t i tectors-in Chamois Scientific (

d-n't tnk! : Irs at all nice for you union co.tractor by the Central and pads. Prices::: and THE fj1 J ShaC Wm.ash P J. x Tailoring.N.1JVciland. .

end Jack to sit on one chair! ," remonstrated Trades C uuiI.; v } .
T. B. MEFKER.H .
her mother. to suit everyone. "Q'h
MrLELLAN President. acola Co. f .
'Iit.! mamma" she protested' "you I :-crttiY.:, doctor's bill 2nd be Tailoring <
knowafter we are married we lire goIng E Doors 3t.
-- - -- -- Palafox
1 No. 204 S.
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to Ihe In a flat and we're Just tryIng '- Ni'\\' Year's evt ball.it the Armory fortable Call and ; iut: InlenJrnJ.i Ssicet.:

! to cultivate the! economy of space." hv the P n'colI.iit: Artillery.Don't : Blinds Laths H-ilK!: 11.(11)1'; (
mix it. different styles and ---- -
-Philadeli Kecord. .* ? CTticaali l Tron ers Matiit- -
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J. I. Stephen: ? has a larze a?!;3rt- ,. terns at 1\'. T. Flooring. C\RMESTS' | AND SUMS-
When the stomach is tired out it meat of Kolid! Sterling: Silver and I s, El?,, Male, laZIcxo Order FOHMKNORIiOV.M.idv : .-
must have rest, but we can't live 'A ")r3 Knive-! ", Forks and Spoon I Drug Store, 3; South !
- t :: : in Town. Alnts( fer J. J. IicCE&II!? 9 fcs S to) 11'aur'i'It (;I u .I'
without food. Kodol Dyspepsia farm afox. Also an elet, of the Hert Material in .. '
Cure what eat" that Buy your wagons AIS ) with ; .' ','. -
"digests you so : Sawn Cypress Shingles. ft :Style of Art. : UI"I i
yon can eat all the food you want fromJ. .IT. Hilliard & Co- of Christmas:: goods. cuuship at tt.Very L'.w--1 -
I 1 .
\} DYEING & REPAIEINC' I> DEPOT
while it is retorin the digestive --- -- OFFICE: : I -- I
to health. It is;; the only for acceptable Ideas. for acceptable
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organs preparatioti tbat digest all kinds of j I State if patented. mfi State li Guaranteed Fir5! .Cl:1: 3.lpPOSle B yten tr6Jt Wharf Telephone: 310 :.Jpscial ittentiin Eirsi! (ti Vw'laid '

/rtod. Hargi Pharmacy, Sidney I THE PATENT RECORD, THE PATENT I PEN:';ACOL\ ;f DjBig, !
Kahn, John SLcppard.: I I Baltimore, Md. I I Baltimore, Merrlwtther's. ,




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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29 190OWOID. 7

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$,EO4LlOTOES. CAPTAIN DREYPUSDEMANDS I I ELKS (CHIRITY SOCIAL Don't I QciESTWe

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Use a Refrigerator !

OflE CJlr q A NEW TRIAL : -- unlessit

Ten Grand Gifts to be Distributed mm --. ;

His i, to Purchasers of Tickets. have recently replenished our Stock of Vehicles, and can otter an \
\ ()NUV I'OMM LEN). Letter Sets Paris-Ablazo is kept clean with
Assortment including
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TOIJ.\Y-IIOYOU need money --
: With Excitement.
borrow any amount you want GOLD DUST
meaiiesl terms and lowest rate Traps Baggies; ( Etc. -
Surreys
real --- GrcbBllec:ipts From Sale of Tickets Wagons
.' ubtamable.on Improved city ,
.fiom. W'in. t Ibbor,%U&}J South: In-tf 1'ala- HE IS NOT WORKING ALONE to be lisidedF.qualtyReweenthe Washing PowderThe
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United In Great Variety Style at the VERY LOWEST PRICES; also a
Charities the Sisters of taint of
l.O\N ON PERSONAL decaying particlesof
'l'1'1), \ Apply to.A.. }KUber Fisher Et-('aplalu Has the Support of Many M. nj and the Pearl Eagan Orphan' food is absolute poison I I Full Line of Harness to Suit each Vehicle.

_, r 'at"! slrett. Jittf
Prominent Men In Ills Klt'jrM to s Borne

'I o.1. money WANT, Insure TO BORROW your property MONEY pro. have the Case Hl'opellt'IIo1toual.\ I I A grand new century charity social 9See] our Stick-Seat Open Driving Wagon tDtlO

1 ,,tractS of title buy or sell real es- lots Hold Kochefurt: Ut'P)n5lJle.! : will be given by Pensacola
'it property of any description, have
< circled or your tales attended to, PARI* Dec : : Lodge No. 4'J7\) Benevolent dud Protective
S--A letter from
t.,or late address and Insurance Tbos. C.agents Watson feneah.a. & Co.- fus to Premier Waldeck-Ilousbeau Drey da- i Order of Elks, at their parlors ,

,, I'haraeimudrrale.Toeveryone at b o'clock Monday evening, JUillinm loljuson & Sou.
\s a lot from us we will" lend money mandiug a new hearing has: set Paru
Dec. 31.Ten .
w'.ah to build a bouse. tultfIX ablaze: with excitement.

I grand Rift, as follows, will be
> 11 HUNT. The Nationalists will hold a secret THE BIG STORF.
free to the of tickets
conclave given purchasers - -
to decide what action to
j.j.;\T-My: one-story cjttaue con- upon :' .
I I- "'. .at MX living rooms and kitchen, take in view of the threatened revivalof I : I Why Artillery -
u ..,t Kelmont ureet. ont! door from i First-One black horse, pony cart Senator Scott now announces, election S25" 52 .5'2.5'2S S s sasa S25'r525
to Mrs L O. Mcarrftt. this celebrated affair, "which will not
,iktreet. Apply .
; Wnlm and harness. being over, tbat be favors an in-

_. ---- down" i ecoud--One:; magnificent upright crensj in tbe army, "especially In the E. M. ANDERSEN rn
KrM: -A wry desirable store on The impression I rn ,
that
m r p..:'iil.u Irtlt.0.. :fu r! outh 1'alafox prevails Dreyfus piano. artillery branch. Why artillery? Scott
.' noW occupied l.v 1. Ounenbfim'8 is not working alone. It is insisted that ; Third-One splerdiJ brass; bed- answers, "For the purpose of quelling

,:"nVply. lo Win. Usher tn-:! i4'i8" his letter to the rremier'as carefully : stead. riots In tbe cities they will be every bit u $
1treet Fourth One extra cookstave.
f a.ak heavy
:
_| prepared: after con"ultatiouvith various as effective as Infantry."-Springfield LEWELER31
!H nENT-1wu: newly furnlilieU rooms ; distinguished men. 1H
I"r. table for ladies or genllemen. tall,1estl'hasestreCL i Fifth-One china tea set. (Mass.) Republican. '_,
,. slltf The absence: of any date of the letter ixth-One handsome rn

'iiKUKMHmclass: .- -furuislifd- --rooms- is pointed to as eudeuce that Dreyfus is :I Seventh--One fine rocking gun. chair. ')LDand cough cures are numerous I Fine Line of Watches, Chronographs and Repeaters -

I* .thu.eof l>ath and other modern 1m- hero.Dreyfus' : Eighth-One fine ring. but the one that leads all rn
i.uH-nt'. "0. :gy> corner bright and. letter was provoked by Henri I Ninth-One silk umbrella. ethers in merit ia FOLEY'S HONEY rI Diamonds, Elegant Sterling Silver

i streets. -- .17alru-- Rochefort's assertion m L'Iutraiiigpant I Tenth-Five volumes of choice AND TAIL which is in great demand Novelties, Fine China and Cnt Glass.
that the letter but to Emperor William
F'It !-4.t1.1:. literature. these IIA YS. W. A. D'Alemberte.
---. .-- in 1VJ4, a document stolen from the ---- --- -No. 20 S. Palafox Street.'m52S""c
These valuable gifts have all been m & .-*:
i'i'I li .U.K-lbefleainer Meteor now ly. German embassy in Paris, which document -
1* partly ill lilt In 1'erdldo river near constituted direct evidence of the I donated by generous; Elksfrom different For I5c each will d) up your Csucter-
?:e. For further particulars address, sections of the United States -H5H5SESH5HSH5HSSS25H5H5H5H5E5SSZ5HSHSH5IKPOSTOLE rt
,, l'.foei\rr. Mario. Ala. -TJliuMrond crime "for which, the ex captain Method
: v New Laun
: m writes, "I have been twice cun t'mnedunju.tly. and the gross receipts from ale of panes. ry. .- -..
\.It \LEn. hand top liuggy.iii ." tickets will be equally divided! ba-
1' .\ i ll at the Ti'macola Livery Ktables.Jin tWeen the United Charities: the Sisters CLEANED CURRENTS: ,
:!I i Everybody believes that if an inquiry
-- ._- is accorded it will mean a revival ot theca of Mercy and the Pearl Kagans SEEDLESS: RAISINS: = ,

I' it Ml.('ii-d-Antltuefurnitureo\erthree:veamoid. consUtlngot bureau, I! =e. The Nationalist are palpably! 'Orphans' Home. NEW CITRON, I C /
holder of ticket is invitedto
.... u I rid wa-hMaml.' Apply to Harvey alarmed lest Dreyfus'' former (couiist-1, Every a CRANBERRIES,
\i .. >*.TarruKonum.: llUlm now stronger than ever, find a attend the social at 8 o'clock p. m. AT H. MULLER'S.:
may Dec. 31, at the Elks; Parlors to witness PHONE 213. 4uS. PALAFOX 2lu -'outh:! l'alafox-Opposite Postollicp.;
formidable majority in both houses J of
'I U -.\I.-Household: furniture coed as of ,
the distribution
I 11 ... .> \,ry cheap. Apply at _:._ \\ estitttreet the legislature that goaded by the in. gifts. I II
d'.tf Tickets are on sale at a number of I
,
I. : suits of the opposition, will order an investigation I will repair watches and

i: s\l.K-Tbe: most desirable lots In ;( which will result in another -free the bu-iness list houses at :!:> cents each jewelry in first-class your style. J. I. II Fine Fruits, Candies, Cake3, Nuts, Etc.,

I't.. .. city on easy terms, by tbeHshtrat courtmartial on the ground that new suspended. Stephens I
!r. K->tat.. Agency, :'IIi!= South: l"ulafoi evidence has beeu discovered. The Nationalist ---- --
.' ....1. ixitimXTK1 He Fooled the burgeons/
.-- --. leaders blame Rochefort for Cleaning ladies skirts and waistsIs AND ALL J KINDS OF HOLIDAY (j001lI :-;.
'VANTEU. precipitating dilemma. All doctors told Renick Hamilton, I
a new
..._ one of our specialties Star Laundry !
-- Several leaders in the senate chamber of West Jefferson, 0., after suffering
\\ .\: : >-An ilflioe Boy.' line who, 19 Chocolate Drop, 20 cents a pound. Jelly Gum Drop, 25!; cents a pound
\ \ not afraid to '" urk. At 1'urton's I'lio- expressed satisfaction at Dryfus' dignified Is months from Rectal Fistula, he
-NdJt denunciation of Rochefort's statement would die unless operationwas -- -- ._ -- -- --- ----
-Irph Kttllery.: a costly )[ar5h,110,8: 2) cents a pound.

\ST.l'-\: I onc". Ix good cookswbite and say that they expect that an performed ; but he cured himself
\\r>\ or colored L'..rnnrd Employment investigation will be granted. I with five boxes of Bucklen's I

AlrnryMtux'atollrge: Bull hngup-stain. Rochefort, proud at having raised a Arnica Salve: the surest Pile cure on : SEE OUR STOCK BEFORE YOU BUY.

:d:1IIr: rumpus, talks' hotly about traitors' and Earth, and the best Salve in the

AoiTi'U-AU kinds of empty quart declares that Dreyfus' letter is a bluff : World. :28! cents a box. Sold by W.
\\ whliky B.A.FKIIDMAH.
A. D'Alemberte, Druggist.
i
DOVVtf Compromise Arranged.YTiLKSBAnRE .
TIME TABLE.
ANTltl>-OI4 beer bottles UannheliitrBros. Pa, D O. 2S.-Tbe i CHU1STMIS: TOUKNAMKNT.

"r JyltlHelp threatened etrike of the emplo;es of the I -
In the I'. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
Lucky Numbers Oravxing at I
Wilksbarro and Wyoming Valley Electric ;
'unh'd.
\l1ah' Gtone'i.The IN KKKFCT JANUARY :'.7. use.o. .
-
railway will not take place and them -
L.:s MFN: wanted to sell our goods by valuable
have prizes are
several following I
S'\ wholesale and retail trade. u, after conferences I .
to
sample A. So.2. ; No. I. So. I.
VA ? are the largest and only manufacturer succeeded affecting an amioa le arrangement to be given away by P. Stone to the 1285: noon Ilkpm Leave. l'l'ol&l'ola ......Arrive 4lapm 6aCam2:10pm )
In our line in the world., Liberal salary in which each side made oon- 12:5Onlabt Arrl\.e.10maloll... Arrive I :45pm 2l.'iam:
.aid. Address ian-L>ex M Ig. Co., Kavan- cessions. I holder of the number set oppositethe TWO 4:12 p m 3:00 a m Arrive ....- Mobile ...Arflve i J2K: noon I U'V night
Lkh.Ua.. oldtuitstlyr- article: lt'slpm) 71.1 aim Arrive...New urlt'ans..Arrive 7fSam: 7:& pm1I''Cpm
5IOam Arfl'e..Montltomf'ry..Arri11'IIam 1I:30pm
I.1'I1e't'c1'1 1'vr 1"lttturtt1s. First prize, a fine overcoat, No. .Oam;: 7:10pm Arrl\'e. Sa.hUIIl' Arrive 1:Slam 1 1I.lalll.
JJo_''''' ''' ''' ''' oJ. ... .. .. ... .. ""' $1000 WORTH OF GOOD.A. i 10G9. I"inoon:! 280am Arrite..LoutsUme.ArriveI I 1I:12pm I 2!:barn

F'LOWKKS: In FOR bouquets FUNERALS or special furnished designs H. Thurnesa of Wills Creek I Second prize, suit of clothes, No. I 4:05pm:: 7u5am Arrl'lo'lnnali. I.eaveI! 5:45pm 11:481pin

Mm Ylolette Morenot:! West Gregory! Coal Co., Buffalo, O, writes: "I 1111. I BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLENo.
phone sm. :?lid I 01I. i Third prize, fine dressing case, No. MORE I 1
with and
have ben afflicted kidney i
21. No a. No. 2. No. ?!.
... .. _.:I..Hi- ( '. "'I ON A.I... bladder trouble for years, passing 919.Fourth prize, silk umbrella, No. I 11.:55 night 7.:1(1 iam 1'entacnlnMilton 1O"pm II.Kip m b20pm n.3> p m
< 7 .I*a m
12.6 night
['ASTBIDE5Cl104)L) northwest corner gravel or stone, with excruciatingpain. 4.:US a in ti:25am: }' Springs eastput I J.4"p m
1' 'ba"und ('"\'allol. prepares htudentlfur Other medicines only pave I 1225.Fifth prize, pair Regier shoes, No. I\'IIJ: a III IO::" aID. blpley 6'!Mp 111 I2f p III
the bIK".r'oll"I.II. Tuition $: to t.'i; per : 1 r..lifluooljlo.
:Marianna tII'Ipm: :
relief. After taking FOI.EY'S KIDNEY 7.10 a mf.lSoiu lIlliam '
nioutb. J. R. Kwindell, principal. :'kI-tl 1419. River Junction SOpm :MamPEOPE8SIONAL

CURE the result was surprising. Sixth prize, a Stone special hat, DAYS) .: ..... U.(5noonl:4)p: m ...TallahasseeJacksonville :S:4,1 pili... .... .
IIOUKI C1.Il'I'1\l.. A few doses started the brick dust No. 106C. ... 75 pili....... .Oain ... ..

---\'i: YOI'lt----lIult-\l4ti--:--: CLU'I'U- by-Ed- like fine stones! and now I have no These numbers will be rood until -- -

H M lullan<1.tldl'lItilic Horse Clipper at across my kidneys and I feel next Saturday night at 11 o'clock, !
Mrattou Ice \\orks.CIM.I.K :-dlm like a new man. FOLBY'S KIDNEY December2'J,110)! and if not called OAEDS.Ftsicisn ;i< -GOLAY=@(

1'OUl:1'ltl' Cure has done me $10)) worth of for then there will be another draw '-"I

....... - ......, good." Take no substitute. \\', A. ing. Keep your coupons. 2 Jt4
-- --
Grist and Corn frleal Wills
r
: IDMH BKKWN LKUIIOKNKO I DVJemberte. Dr. (marGelius> meCreary. i ,
eiclunivrly. l000'k and Eggs for Dale, -. -- ---- Hepatica (Smith) and Liter Uiseasp. SATURDIY 1 AND MONDAY
Leave orders at Willis 1\ardw sre Co's. tttl Another :Name For Them< !
IB. F. GONZALEZ & CO. Prop 8
t: l'UI'J.Tlty nt I'. Corner's Poultry Iloai-Since yoii'te made a lot of money The liver is the great filtering apparatus It- ; and SargFoo.flesdenee ,
11"J*i ard-A setting of llieggs: for|1.:h>barb I suppose your wiCeoct'ps\ a lot of : of the human system. Sfarofacturer4CIIOICEMEAL.ISN1)1't'lllGItOUND
HrabniHs rurtridge Cochins.: Light Itrnti- help.Joax. filters the poison loaded bile out of -IS- l 1l. Rest I.nUua
man, \\ hilt' ("tciilns, Plymouth Hocks; -No; Lilt she l Inc three or four the blood and discharges it into the Telephone No 41. : : :
Brown eghorn. Wyndotts. Call and hettl II?' Sooti.
1.IUIJ..rtt J''jiHlin j
Otllc
Hit becomes
of the -
.. Hit;r bluclt'rnCl'iI.-l'LUallt.lpbiJ lUconl. natural sewer body. STOt I'I-tn.: : .
'm near KUIrrlln'l'ark. I 1'alafox! : blrett. Pbone :!II.
clogged! the poison, remainsin 1 !? !

( '1"r F'1.llt'Elt1'T --"-- I All lie Ilii left. the blood and disease is the re- YOUR LAST CHANCE every I'ntronlze reason lininr you Mioukt industry bur .our fur Meal there, and U

,- -FLOWKKS and Moral esigns- Tl.ty MUglt\ the cin.nrj! ikfaulUr. ch. It was sult.The tock tied from lire lloinc :Manufacturer,
/
V_ Sp.-i-irtl dcsiKns ordered for customers. carries (rank!! liver has more work: to do F. M WILLIAMS, for bysndouiKourncournre: bomn Indus
Miss Molctte Moreno SI'S West Gregory Bat he ame soaking Ink at nllit to carry tl! than any other organ in the humanbody. at try. \ our uioiii\ IK .left in the lomniunlty
to buy bargains aDd you m tutu sre inilir'illy bi-nnrited.
phone :.f.liOVMCKof :111111 the lank. It sometimes nct-ds a little AND BUILDER? In fostering the bcine manufacturer jouoontriliutn
Chicago: Record.MeU a.-i'tance. Smith's HEPATIC i i.. CONTRACTOR to the cai:.e "1 labor You owe
..<( ..u Il'al. 'L't'41/11. ':: ( 'U IIIC'U. all that can b& desired a* a liver Auction lots of.Vatches.... I It I theroiHiiiuuit.t. hicli >'<.u Die and
: IIU IIJt'n1.lIt H. 1). Hotl I p. will tl Iui ni-hed Oil which ("nrt 1 tbu' M toM'Ur suri>ort.
I tonic. An occasloualdose i keep F.timitfF'r.; }
( ) .. ernments'rt-et. Phone Mi and
liver .
the strong I \l1l..iud.-
._'. a.Ttf:! 1 I>ciib? I kuow him like a book. weak and diseased it will restore \ nluiuc'- I| W. T. GORDON & CO.,

Il.tllt:1)I-t. Mi s AVcador-You do? wait .
strengthen it. But do not I -- -
-
MILS.' .H'l\ i HKlTtV K-M;;nuf -"turr I Look.Ialtimoru1t'ricw.Mica: Oal.bti :h-\t-s. Like. : a blank- until disease gains a foothold, an I 'VEEIiLY: ISCIII.DL'LLFOR M l Estate 2ci! tort Tie Loans.

dt-alt-r in llatrGaulshats.! Toilet ounce of prevention i is worth a i
I Jewelry '
AruclesItairIiietc.a's. : W. Uoernmenttreet Memlirr.lie pound of cure. Ask your drugjji-t i STEAM DIVISION SPECIAl mmlO GlyN! [S 10 CQlUfllOIS.!
\ \ulual
The
___ HEI.A.I.mith .
____ __. : 7' forthegenuine )
resigned, anJ they iniaMil I.mi, \ AlICAILWAY
-- ':
Al .. ANDDiamonds I JK'S.COf.tIIC'IllIC: .Street.l
L'IUC.t'1'l/ And tins was fie rub: UNCLE SAM'S CANAL.The \ 109 EaU C p "rr.En' .

\\ho duet! niosit cf the kickingli -- COMTVNV.Train ". :. u, ii :,
the life .l a club. JJtt.t .
for tp
FLORIDA several for liars ri'P'accIa tjt A' II. I\ 'A
THE work will! r'qulrt' :
-Cltlc.go Record years aYa.a
I'a.vimarrlngion
Bayou Poll : .
SCHOOL C tiijI>lotiiU. It is urjuTnthe! that: no cud tort tisiTuucas at --
STATE NORMAL
lo.Washington Star.: ...
further time be
Oh, So Meant : hOLD AT f\t\a.: n1. .u
DEI I-\I\: SPRINGS.: Miss Mr. Moekloy and 1 It seems rather \hard, to expend, $::UO,- TO BE TI:" I a.m.arrive at rort Barrancas 1 EatInlrla.m.arrlveat10r1IIarrancat' : :
. .. l'llssay-l't's. .
t U I.TrR'II op... ........ e I H l 1 r T r .h. t I .47a.njlAl I
( *,rue I.,.. fnr t1i teeII M tat H, !.> ;1. are to be partners for life. O(O', UO for a canal on our own continentand p.nt.arrive at Fort Barrancas: l.4rpn! KodolDyspepsia

( E\l'LN5Li: I OK A TERM ONLY $3':..;. | lIss l'l'I''tl'y-Whllt a ri"-pous.br.ty: then nut own it after all.-KostonGlobe. t::Kip. m. armem Fort Karrnurn l.l... P m
'. Alex Lisclitoffs s *;15p.m.: arrive at Fort harraacns i jp reJ..OUD
)J Fdt", ;: .u .0.. c. L HayC5 Prlncipil. for you, having to be the renior paitncr.Philadflubia 't :I I .m arrive a! Fort harmncas t:4ipm
Press. Two canals! would double the outlay Trains leave Fort Barranca* for Peiua-

-.----- and divide the l'l'ofts. There! is reasonto cola at Cure
.
HOARSENESS. belies that the cannl decided Loan Office. arrive at Penkaoa: a rr7l'
t tEW ;:.4ErlE&: FOR upon 7:Hani I .
Pensacola ,.. Y -"' a. a
at
-- reach a. m. arrive
B':>lIj. Inger-on of Hutton, Iiul., by congress: will be the only one to I Icoml'let arrive at Pecsacola.. II:45 p.IT
NK1TMKK: the captain, own 11.m I p. m.
.r- Rochester LH-niocrat. '. SOl'TII r.ii.roSTUIKT: .. cat.
:2 ti Fensacola < > r: ni Digests what
at you
4: Herman bar* Hedwwill" PNEUMONIA.Dr. I Opp.niteCnstrnn, House 6.cl i p m arrive at the food and aids
FOR arrive at Peasacola 1:1'iu. It artilicully u.;e-ts:
fur for and bottle
be popstble debts contracted i whimper mouths, one 7.00 p. m.
by the crew ot said Nf-kel Of FOLK\S 1IOXE\ AND TAR TV C. J. Bishop A new. Mich., !I .!:I5. p. m. arrive only.at I'tnsacola. s."s f- :: Nature in nlr.'I1tben1Lg; and icconfftruciini -

M.UKllrL' stored hh voice. It is "ed : "I have used For.EY',1oNEvAND Saturdays ; tIt iMuusttd: dvtstneorCins. -
u largely by says .
I.' "'d..r t'aptuin. If DATS.Peaiacola
I FAEE FOE Will i i *
f LOANESTABLISHED It eiate-dl'-C0H'rl'ddj.:
caesl MONEY TO :
:-.t It speakers and Milkers. Take no ..ub. : TAR in three very severe and retora 4'c
.: to Fort Barrancas ant and tour:. }o tit IiH ireparaUiuCaU
results in
stitute.V.. A. D'Alemberte. of pneumonia with good I II \and and return .:'c
Pecsaccla to Navy I
.l"-r tlnltlt: : the (captainn ow' every case. There i is nothing so !II I I reneacola to Palmetto Keacb and return Ka 'I approach It in pflJnMn-y.: : It ire
-. I"h run-lgnees of the Hl'r Ifnrrl.ii IMiicli in I'lrnxr u quern. II I I'Suntly relievf-and rTaanpntlycurciIypepsa
W. D'Alemberte. !
good. ICHEDCI
Dunn, will b. !- 6CSDAT:
si r"'llOlIsIIolt. 'I 11 h.'f'I' a is one man: in the \\'01'101'ho i is I I LT Fort Rarrs:1CII I Jndikre! .tion, heartburn,
| forilel.u contraottd by theVm : Leave PenseoU.
r..w, If 'hhl vra''1. If.-iin.::i,' IH.tdi jiNt now with nil Ins 1.Ol'In' Hl'MJKYAll I j i. m. 10 i. m. Flatulencp. Sour Momach: 'ai'sta,

\ S I.l'\t'r..r". niicht., for lie has wooed and) won a you need to do is to go to the i:I I 11 a. m. 12 2pm.m. I Sick lIear.arf'! Ga tratfia! ,Cramps and
ICeyer.tCo. Cuntam.
"ono'IJh'.1': 'liifOiue! native tongue it is. Nobody Lewis House, opposite the Union'Iepot I jp.1p.m.n t>.m. all otherrestrltrf.mlerfert ct:creation.Price'Dc .

would learn Dutch fur the mere and /get a square mral-or Ip.rn P.m4pm I : 1In'! !I. L rft-i.i'!contain..rr.d'.e 2Htltres
pm. iC.Isl: : (e lt. '''ILI..I ) 'tdy.A'po
For a Cold in the Head sake of learning It. nnd it is not sur- any other_i'hape-for 25!: cents dlinf I tf.n flp.m.. i PreporodbyE: C Del/'ITT A CO. ClJ'Hai' lcago.'

Laxative Tablets. that Duke Henry does not Pen acola Light Artillery militaryball 1 p. m. Tpm. '
Bromo-Qumine I piNiiu: /; SC1SDAri : i- I'hJ' n' l'y.J.> uSl"ppard! ,
:
roa
know it. But says The King; anybody at Armory New Year's eve. FU.E .1\aI! i .

rand; Military: Hall by the Peua-; would) learn it to sit! beside :a queen on reni lard coa: to and return ortBarrancai.. _?..._..Nary. S5peniacnia < --- ----.-

o U> Light! Artillery New. Year's e.e'l I. her throne and it is not surprising: that 1863. .to___Palmetto---Beaoa --s1retard. -- I.No :,

Who Duke' Henry is learning It ns fast as 1
that after 8:15 m.
says you can'tget freight: received p.
lie cm.-Loullon: Eiprt! s. _
a first class meal in a'' DeWitfs Little Early Risers are McKENZIE OERTING & CO. -. - These t my! Car sel'3 : superior

restaurant in Pensacola. dainty little pill, but they never fail to Dalsam/of ,C 'paiba: ,
& CO.
Try one at The J\"ew\ Corpora to cleane the liver, remove obstructions ; o DIALERS 1C 0 HETNBERGBROS.[R C '!*>!18 and lajectioni 8

and invigorate the system.Harjris' They tun:ia 48 hours the


only J0 and cents.be convinced; John: Sheppard.Pharmacy.: Sidney Kahn Ship Chantey and General >>apdwape. WB tRUlB G & G GOLL C same'C'l1l.--duns' SOlORV;e. without 11(IIORL'CGISTSfn inyincon-1;



003 AND 605 S. PAL1FOX. STREET.AOEKTOY .
tl.icet5iERSENCLr l4

H. Ha WICKE ....__ Palafox Street, EHHVROVAL PILLS

!; C0,'\' p """- 'ir itt t u r t.riutvH
JOHN A. ROEBLIXG'S08 N
COPPER COMPANY. r1 1 i
REVERE \ -'
WIRE ROPE, A. P.USSEL A !SON'S; PUMPS.CIETU Pensacola, Florida.m :( :..... ill .1: lt.l- l\1.1.111
GALVANIZED
Plumber Gas and Steam t=' .;.;1 ..I."', 111 .J I.'' .
fitter I,,, ..... ..,
gsrtftgi, PilatJ. Oils, !rjisl! lastrc! ; sats, Chrti, lector:, haul! for acceptable Ideas. I "-.. ',;'f., ..'.. '.I" ...... ...L, ... .'.....'n"i..t.r I, .

\'. ....... : ..,m ......1..
No. 5 South Fnlnfos Street. COMPA a$3, LOGS, ETC L State If patented. ,h .J.' ,:.............".": ." ro.,

All Kinds and Gas Materials Hand ', llectin. A','ent for Bu:Pilots' 'Benevolent!: A-so THE PATENT RECORD, '- ..II ...,
o. Plumbing : Fittings : Kept en C. McKenzie Oertin ( ) ; Baltimore, Md. C -I I ItiLt 1-4.

V LC"llO !::5 '. FENR\CQI) \. FLV action



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S THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA, SATURDAY DECEMBER 29, 1900.


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THE SOUTH'S COAL PRODUCT SOUTHERN
SOCIETY EVENTS Co

Alabama and West Virginia Lead In M Clan rose COPPER

Tonnage. TffDRKSMANUFACTURERS

OF THE \\VEEK BAJLTIMOP.E, Dec. 23.-la its last issue J

of the
Rec
) century The Manufacturer's OF

1 F1Il ord says:

1' -- Dealing entirely with one mineral Turpentine Stills

Christmas festivities are over and coal, F. E Saward of Xew York shows

i the merry chimes announcing; the that the United States produce fully 33 ,

glad tidings that! "Unto us a King isborn" Ir per cent of the mineral fuel of the world, Complete Outfits and Extra KettK-( ,- '

have ceased to ring; in the / with Great Britain a good second. He Worms, Furnace Doors and Ur i ,'
shows -
i by tables the progress made by
distance is heard the funeral knellof coal Always on Hand.
separate states as bituminous producers
the departing year and old Father by which Alabama for instance, -

Time with Hying feet is hurrying I ,, has risen since 1S70 from seventeenth in = L, = Old Stillstaken in part r
-
forward to welcome the dawn of aNew //i t. fifth rank in withIn rani, with output an of output 11,000 of tons 8,500"1, to I ., for i\eiv \\ i jll'I Ft

I f Year and the twentieth century 000 tons. M +mu u artos and Repairing Done in the (',Hli.'

; may only pleasant memories X0.5x -\8/1 matter of fact of the changes in'
#' the production of coal ia the several Heavy Coppersmithing.Steam Pipe) and s
, of the past dwell in the hearts ofF Copper Work.
parts of this most notable
country a one
, each and every one and the future Sheet Copper, Brass, Lead and
is that of the growth of output in the } I I.:

hold for us many possibilities.Rev. south. On this point Mr. Saward says: nT.n F.\'t'l1E'I'I
The is from Alabama 3IYIObIUIr
major portion 1111t1. tiAVA\Nan t
'
W. E. Mcllwaiu and wife and West Virginia, and therein is the JaI: s-slat !\; i '

went to Jacksonville:' Monday morn @ 4 Wherever is the coal there is the ,
ing to spend a few days.
wealth of tho mineral world. The output I

4r returned Mr. and from Mrs.short O. A. Gonzalez visit t? have New SYft.U F fiGS distributed in the former for the state manufacture is now so of largely iron ,i I1AH1TI1E. Xoff\ Oiki;illl\I \

that the renown thereof is heard ,
Orleans. I TX!'ORT:'!.
ActrJearandyandmmprly.Clezn5e5 throughout the world, while in the sees : For December: to date ....._.tl.5:.' :.::I
ond finds such of transit
one means Gr0ItI\
t'amuell'a co, Jr., i i3 s-pendiuij the ( \
Monti. offered that the coal is carried to the ;- .
holidays with relatives in
the System seaboard ant to the western states to I ARRIVED. ay

cello. points on the great lakes, and the several : ton Am to ss Gust IVnsacola: Transit, (VH'f'o .Simmons, Gal" 11- ? !
and
; Gently Effectually qualities in this tho I 1 J dA)1ES) [ li
Tuesday e'eningthe fourth german produced U !8 fliesbip Krarsnree and battle ship P frIW
,x danced at when bilious or costive. mountain state, are feeding the furnacesof Massachusetts ol the :North Atlantic squadron .
uf the season wis
Admiral la command
I'.ear Farquhar
in tho Pacific
our at points
navy
Hotel cambia: the followingcouples I
Presents the most acceptaLle&tm ocean and working the looms in factories i I'nprielor.WHlLT'Ir'ALE .
participating: I
the laxative principles plants of Italy and France In Tennessee EARED. 1
:\IrandIri'. F. 11. Meade. -
Jition-n p' there is of coal and Am Bs l' t'ensacola. Simmons, by Gulf ( I 9tx S
increased
to act most
:Pt'l cio/y. an output tit : :
r.Lj.GiflCE"
i Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wright.Mr. Transit l'olur Galveston with :oat tOIl of .l __
the cannel of Kentucky has found its i >
and Mrs Hunt Chipley of way coat I
across the Atlantic and to South Amcr- frssllnnrali M I't-11 lt'! :!, Granger bv ;
Richmond, Va. TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ica." Gulf 1"rI1llst0 for r.rt'inen. with <;>.<::1 u : ,
. Lieut. and Mrs. Davidson of the ------- -- tales cotton ll" i rd hales cotton 'Mi tOlls

t navy yard.Mi's BUY THE GENUINE HANFD. BYCAII1ORNIAfiGSYRUPC4 For a Cold in the Head rig Iron, \diue JM.JJAT .. .. ::

. 1!;: Edna Avery and Iluckner Laxative Bromo-Quinina TablMg.LOST i f I. .

1l! Chipley. QUARANTINE.Nor : : !
+ Mips Elise Chipley and J. C. A y- SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. I ()!'o 'l'. Ptrnauil.uco ,,' : .: '
"
: lik BJorn..71aiThnnnod-en.
. nl eryJr. LOUISVILLE NEWYOR.NY -A photo pin in gilt frame. Reward to Prn&ueola Lumber CoNor
. Miss Emily Hellebower andV.. _for sale ty agistsp ce SOt p ,.koltlt return to > .ws .! ; s-bip Norse, 15>", Ulsen, Dublin,to Kx 8-10 W. Inienderu.i: bt t

Ifl' McKee McClellan. u n __ __ M 1 Ihlll"onIt hi Lacaruaa, ""'I. Uennara, Genoa, to Phone lOS, PensaccU h.I I.
: Miss Mamie Merritt and J. H. Me-
l'arodl A Co __ _
;
n Uaughey.Miss : won by Miss Isabelle Ih.l1j; booby: --- n

N t ; Daisy Wright ani A. A. i prize, a china pin tray, Miss Celes- THE uiiii'PiNOa J. M. McVOY. 6. J. '.tORt(. 1'.
. Brooks. tine Quiua ; the gentlemen's first A GHA1ENETo [ [

;:) Mis* Uella Juina and Dr. Hall. prize, a silver pencil, was won by
.tIt r Miss; Hattie Cross and Chas. W. Mr. Ernest Quina ; booby prize VESSELS IN ror.T ;Star Restaurants Coffee >>ouse.; ;:

1 Merritt. | donkey ash receiver, Mr. \\ ill Fisher. 5Tt4 lon ira

/+tJ Miss Lottie Pitt and W. D'C. Kess- The consolation prize a lovely any house in Pensacola'': A Co\ronmort'I'Ijj;, Steer, to \\' L Witnch '' Oysters! every style. Fish and Game served to order. Best Cooks In in., ( v

its ler. I gilt picture frame, was won by Miss HrCapnor, 1'Kl, Kadbani, to Oulf Transit !| -
. 1+5 Miss Mary Chaffln:: and S. M. Cro;*;;. Lizzie McOaughy. Delicious refreshlneats to produce finer grades of Co EVERYTHING UP TO DATE. +91
Lora, Ilio, I'aulfen.toAV S Kejser A
l Miss Annie Hellebower and U. H. i wf re served.The Uer
JF liquors than I handle at Co ]! COME AND SEE US AND COME AGAIN
Ail Turner Jr. NorFosIC.:",Tufteto1'eneacola Lumber I
Miss hallie \Vright and C. E. Mer '' Married Ladies Euchre club Cot I OPEN DAY AND NIliHT. PRICES REASONA1MMcVOT : '
ritt. met Friday the home of 1lrrax the farrtolcsTwo pdii Francises, K'S', Echernrria, 10 Gulf
Itr Transit! ('o
Miss Mary Aikeu! and 1,'. C. Hor- : L. Bear Mrs. Morris Bear won first Hr Hai'nab M Bell, l'<13, Granger clJ I & MORGAN
prIze, a silver sugar: spoon ; Mrs. for Bremen I ,
ton.Miss Bethel and W. H. Hunyan. i ij1 Rosetiau, second prize a com'j: and Br \ lll'dI'H"'' : Tullock to Gulf Transit
Miss Lvda Lane cf Auburn, Ala., brush tray. The nest meeting will OLD GflONftS[ I0 I 329 S. Palafo:: St Proprictc "

t 1 and Uus Kitzeu.Miss bo at Mrs. Ben ierson's.i !\iIIPiI.It .--- -

!,' hints of Rarrancas and rroirro I'.opetto 11M, Sthiarpacasse: :

;/1 Lieut.! McDorough. Mrs. A Jrernhut has: :)? her gnht- Inrder It Vn'idJnr.i: !."..;, Ca.tagcoa, to Eaarsluinv.uily ; JAMES HUGHES Jr.
tl5 Mrs. T. S. Kennedy and CJlt. Miss Lichten, cf (ir-envif!! )li <,.. -ANDW -- A. Co I'
II: Hf.'i-ilti'r.: and Miss Mytr, of .'Mobile: Ala. EA32S ,

: j MiMario Taylor ami Fanin''' Nor Adolf, 7!*;, Andersen to Simpson & CoNor Nos. cot, 303, 805, 307 Scuth Fslafcx Street. -:-
Chipl..y.j I Miss Maud liruwn who for same li lailSALOONS.1 t A(&.11111111.11(1. AUMifpc, to order |I .:. P. 0. Box 401; !'hone', Shops, 123, ? <,u l' .'
f.t :St.g.: MV;:=r. .las. C. Wat'iu, weeks \IL\\ b-en \i-itiu., Mr. N. an It UaocielQ UtTelo$, llainery.toBaari I II

\v.I.I. Pitt, Hatfield Moreno, A. Weilaud. left Tue=day night for her >li LJH\Coi.qaestatore.
I j M.Vluley, Riphael: HPHIUHM of homo at Vicksburg! Mis-. funis I

Mobile, It. if. Cary, IJiJo I.lountaud: tuT t'tdnig. 7--T, Gebuker, to order I(>\r.i: i. 1"1 1 1 !i.> I' i in'n I 11:1 !it IH I.ti'I'I'; i 1I-I'! Sltl'i. ,
Hobart Cross. The Y ur.r. Ladies' Euchre tlub Ccr Klnndra.;<, Bang tull'bhottcrt'oFr \ I:\-iy l(. -ci.; t : i. I I' .I.- ?.t.'I! I i: mii.l! : r?n, I.";.i, rli.ti-- .
-_ !I met this week with Mis Frenkel.: IlIm\\l.c\4l"Q J IS lIt'IIIIlC, 1101, SI once, to baars, i IgI'lu'n! :'ii',4 .1.11 u:::1. r V.i:. .,d: I All btu 1jult -.

Dr.V.. (J. Creniluw H spending;:; First prize, ts pearl pen Iwder.1'1 -- vlmloanad'-l Orto,5; iBlt.v! 'Tivl. .I'neh: an i V..i Willi" .

; the holidays with reI Itin', in Mil won by :tli-; Alice! L'-vy ; second, I..-ser iCo !" .
U Hue Mount, 19. Razeto. rid for br. nos

ton. -- silver by Mi-s handle Fre'ikel.tooth The brush! refreshment, was won This is a broad assertion, Ayrs Trt'nto.lur.,(>olu s",to aar... I'unno
,; The Friday: Afternoon Euchre club served on this occa-i.m: from small but a trial order will conrince &CoO'r I
', met trs! weYk at Mrs. II. 0. J)(, taMes were delightfal and added VisurBi1 Mecs ner to S S L CoSCHOONERS.
Silva -. First prize: u piec" of statuary much to the enjoyment. of the occaMir the public that I I{' l 1E .... E3iE ____ -
r Mis Luuri Marsh -ioa. C Uewson. iv, I'vttvrarii. - -
was won by : have Ur Florence .
the best 4
(/uality of
to order <
''J; consolation a fern dish with 1'"l'h'fern"
John F Knuu, 4ST, Juneto \\ B'
was won by Mm :M.rud: Fer- Mae smith of Dalton!, GJ.. all Idids of ]l'ines and Wrlght.to Ala i .ii

. nald.: The nxt meeting will I beheld WI:/) hus b-iu v;,;itam' relatives! and Ant Fliliville,:)"'. Smith! to i ;tv> >arc I II
at Mr?. rrn.ki'ayhur'souVetJack fneuiJs in re. will bare fcr hone tomoirrtw Lifiiors.Tf I 1 Boston 1 Photo Co :;

. son frtmt.Miss. uigl.tgreadyti( the regrtt L"p. 'JLEji.llt.DANl S.VCOLA.sraAaerrs.> BAILiulJ. FOK 'E-"I! i
of all who Have met her.
.t MaryinI NaniiH Nieliol-:, : not as represent I willrefurllrloublclhcantolUlt' I : '

?on of Atlanta are expected! in the 1'"n>:.1tJa society was again delighted Aur oa! nrald Barry lire I 9 Cor. Paiifox and Ir.tenJecia Street, Persacola: Fla. 1
tins afurftuoii with the tiaru-uf tf the Aqua. hr, M T8g"lir"1 Nv 1'I I
city and w:1!: b-j the .
of the purchase. A idtt, Ct,sid G.inna L'I I 1..2 ; ." ,.1\! I-HII..I I'S.ter: : .| li- >
sae.-tf ir some weekof Mr. and bright little Rma-c-i Eist'rs at the Tani'-lo. . ,: I ii.' .!. 1 nn in.'- Mmt.,lin .'. : 'I''I'i
Mrs. Ja-;. M. :MulJon their lovely i entertaiim! (*f the Heii Dr) iii ttc I Everinbnn1. 1:1' "II.I :u"P, :\0\' : I 4 I i MHtIlJ( .':1 I .I'ltt'l'Cl Ii ,! ,"a-- Illl 1 I..11.'U'". <., 'TI>T :
(j
4
I home on Rayoa (:hie'). Cutup uy. 'flll"C children deserve r FflClail..I'II. <;er. -id Uarrv: !'ctKlrrii'iiioor. 7 I U I" 'i.i.-. .. AD'/tR'llE 4
Ir.Id 1"11110..1 ;'l ; Wi niak thousand-! Hi r
their j jl>.,' -'.: I PtfitO 1'.1, .-' > aiiy ai.d n\onl ONL* "'.-
Mi-s Lyda Lane of Auburn, Ala., :graco it-elf. This expn ? y is tlr- guest; of Mrs. Louis Willis on l passed : IH' is like a !-autifui i as- Hta. Nor fH (Jibraltar Ii>elViiin"iIar. "> .1/.. '. ro..1. :Ml :,IlMs:>1'. i lirrat IOCFor '
I
Br, s'U llnmbsy IICLHMD 1 > .. 25 C "p>- <.r hmini uorkinl rnnliiiU'i'l r.II
North P.ilufox trret. poem, for in Icoking\ her the Old Pete Cooper. .
:Nor. [..-- >d Glbiaitat I'eo I ISlit I- lr for the pr [ tiflemxeaisinsonii .
I mind becains re-ti'd. vV'H could (;ioldll in '" Private Stock. ppt-rton Br. sId ('.'..08 Nov "II of thf !...-vl fciuilios. III tip- ,
f Most of the society ladies of the not htlp admire Ilaibaru's quiet The Famous Louis 1MW.: pfimiinoor Br. Md Sblrld-: I'-c I I p.11 I I/iI I.I II \\ c'll-, "IIR'.!* LIT 1',11,1 till li.-t of 41111' \lt'. I.HOUSE ..
Soaw hell lJr sid Newport I'ec7 \lOll k.
nty will receive" Tuesday eveninpr. self-po-"fssioniii sun;: ar.J dance Old Dixie. | -
; The following is a pirtiil list : I "I am jil-t as bia: as you." Tim Murray Hill. '! sir iP4. VV V V Vyy VVVV
': I Mr;. Jno. A. Merritt, North liiy. little six-year-old tot exhibis: much Arti Morgan. | llaccbu<, Ksis. old AI If oft Bay (ct in

:},t len street, assisted by Miss Mam"ieMe <: histrionic talent. The co,tuine worn Anderson County. I LnreGrrski. It, slit Barre Rule 1ejiKuphenil. bead Nov 17 I
i 'ritt. |i byEdiri in the pani-h dance representing Parol. I .Maria M dre, II. sid ;\lftr..I1I. I'ecK
OPERA
Mrs. I. H. Aiken, Noitli Palafox'' the dress of that nation, lUggeiiheiuier. I Il Marabout llr, sM rirmuuth; :Nor _I LESTER PIANOS O !
has llll\.ir i"\ Fannie' was a marvel of beauty. l Oyama. I ,., ,
street, assisted by M ; : ldroikUft :!.i"IUlloo,1t ------ --- -------------
and Itryiken., Annie Raars, ; (loldrings Favorite. \ si.I Marseilles No\ .t
Emily and Aiiina Hetlebower. (' THEBEST SALVE IN THE WORLD Ye'low ,tone.I BAiKf ONE NIGHT !
Mrs. Horace Himpson, Wet Hal- I YelloLabel.. Gimranteeil Ten Y ca[b.The '
is liANNEK SALVE. It is made froma
Ni Old Annie M. It, ski hamburg :Nov:; Dec. 29th. .
mont street, assisted by Mrs. James Hickory. \ Saturday
; known Kirnnr.i Wood, Br, r."f.: al Nest HartlcpaolNov. ,
I )[. Muldon, the MUes i: : Mary: and prescription by a widely Echo Springs.; ; IiCharles binr d i iciowmcl
t Nannie Nicholson of Atlanta. skin specialist and positively is the Old Crow. and MB\, Fr..*1iat Nantoz. Aug 1 I I Lester Pouiuling I
I Dora, G..r, sid Vincent bees and Luilt into 1'nii",
Mrs.: Robt. A. Hyer, It.iylen and mot healing salve for piles, burns, EljriiiClub I IHultana ; :' >Hft'cxlena I'ec .i gamprincipal a" the! lurk" of ;a \
) Htrong streets, assistod" by Misses ;scalds, ulcers, running sorts and all Eanwralda..or slit Las /1\11I1\0 :00'I I I lin. This i i- the emt cf tll' I:
fl Charlie Jones, Elise Chipley, Lucy'Whaley. skin diseases.:: There is nothing so Old Taylor. i iOd Kmanut-I.Oer. >ld llH\r Nov 17Ki'ur.lmrsli.
TERRY MCGOVERNBanta' .
Cabin Parker.llowmaa's Its sid I arciill Nov 17 M KI.LHW L>f-TEK TON: E.
I Log ,
.
ood.V A. D'AUmberte.SCARCITYOFCOAL1N .
| ; IjIU-l''PI08IIsh1 liftioi :No\ 17 i \Ve ask to this L' -'
__ __ :\ you compare
The Misses Wright, We.t Gregory '! u : I hatahduhr.lIELmitR'iblandt!! : Ii ,-.
Piai.o.V '
wit! other / i nttii"
Montreal Malt. I sid I any
Sh.iruiie-4
tt3 street, assisted by Misses Lottie Pitt j I Luul.or. erI.ouia.
FRANCEKilrtliiM.ia.Mts Nor: ll Bremen l>fe H' knowing there i-i NO: r.i.i.I i II'.
All kinds of Domestic and Imported
;p Edna Avery, Hattie Cross, Mrs W11. \ -- l.aiinpha. I'oit.sld C'pcrto life I r. Feather antI Lia.tw"iht:1 PIANO: MAItK.Si .
Wright and Mrs. J. K. Reee. lu.1uitrlllt n-rDIII(" Liquors.I Maria It. It.>-, aid \-\alencia 01' ."> Champion of the Wcrid. will: ld on Ey: Terms.; A I I.'
The Misses al.carry a large line of fancy MlncrMI, II, Jisrceior.a :Nov > i
Chtflln.l'alafx and i, .\I.JUIINl at the llort suppy.PBtL.tneirnt.t ; Cordials Creme Menthe Maris'- 'Ic Monte Moro. It, sid H mini re lu-c 11 app! ar iis theBowery I variety to stkct (ruin. Call! and
,
11 Wright streets assisted l Misses
1 by No Daisy Wriahtand: Rene Aiken. .i Dan :'ilK. Mclll- ;>Mari-ceno Cherries, Anisette it-c MHrr'piro

Mrs. F'. C. Brent, as-itcd l.y the wain. a nit-ml-cr of American chamber Crystalized Rock and Rye.Crv.taliztd J'aiirp. It. std Genoa IVc 1.1Prw.pero I : Boy ClOI I m HOsI3 I H50SE
1 Peach and Honey.Crytalized It, -1:1 C' Ifat I"ec 1 : ,
Misses Itrent'tnd Mr*. Thos. Brent of in is in this
coiani'-rce Paris now Itii'-B, It sid ItarcHona.Oc -.-.' ..
Miss nella ( \ Creme de )Menthe. I IN: -lllZ 'JaiKl: HI S >'itl.histn Alar"[ r-'i .
Mina, 5M: North I'ala: clo fur the sale of Ko-i i. It.'M t art tTJoc SASnlh I
J city -mj negotiations A laria assortment of Rhine i I ,. .
fox =trept. a=-istedby Mi-derRernie 'r/ Nor sid Mian'fa "\ .1Ihcmis -- -
, a i Juinu, Mildred\ Kes-ler and Patti .. coal to the French povernmcnt. The Wine*, \\'htteViues, Domestic and \ sluts: Nor IVrrj, ld RuI the do Janeiro I.i>:idoii Uec i>i-c 14 U I' Bowery After ] ark. !:
Baker. order, he savs. may r":t"h: 2i>0i'),) roll. Imported. I ; ,

The imniHlii-.to ne.'cs-iti.'a, covering; Sherry! Port Catawb.1, Peach and The Appetite of a Goat i. SECURE PEATS. E P.LY. |'
The East Hill Euehr; club was principally uih 0.ll1 sapplii.! ho adds, Honey Rock and Rye, Blackberryof j i// .2,'
entertained this week by Mrs. John require ; oJtoa;. Mr. MoLlwain says various brands.Imported Is envied by all poor dyspeptic,? j /
ONE WEEK: i!
Creary on East Jack-on street. The I, he believes a substantial coal tra 1 j between goods t-uch a; Gin. whose Stomach and Liver are out of Iorder. I| ij j
!
this rraucc rcotchYhi..kie. Leading All such should: know that !
first prize, a china tea pot was won c"llntran'l. will soon Fernet COMMENCINOMONDAY.
,
by :\Ir... Rowers ; cond. ;I red sitin. be i'stabh-bo! L 1 brands of Champagne: and the finest Dr. Kitttr's: New Life Pill, the won-
and lacpfnin cushion, Jlrs. MeDer lIe asserts that the! coal uppljof quality of Brandies that can be had dr-riul Stomach anJ I.ivtr Remedy, ]

r met, .ard the cOL;olation a china France i< lO.OiXVVM) tw; shirt of the on tto market. aives a spk-ti'Jid! ariptrtitp. sound d'i,1'e DEC. ol. .

cak plate, Mrs. .\ndr>rioen. The demand. 1mieS.ii! >:i'-y was mule up tioii and :a regular: l."dily habit1'

club will next meet at the hone of almo.-t: entirely !by CnIaaJ.: Tlu great :SEND IN Y01'RCUH1STAS that in.-uips; [>irfct health and great. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT rf
t Mrs. Jilb; *. industrial esaJ1s5:1ettsara le"ttmn energy. Only 1:> cents at aLDru.. r'

ul.xriK-'l, Mr. Mclllwiiiii sail, at the Store. .rnz!: L l
Mr. \Vm. CaulJt ii I.s returned possibility of this sappy; : K'iuj Fur off \ ORDERS --- ----- i : .I-j..

from Birmingham and his many owing to tae scarcity of coal ia La.laad. .;- POt'NU C.\ I\J-;+, i FAMOUSH

friend* will be glad to l\iu of the The finest made in tl.> city at 2eeuts j

improvement in his l.palth. CONFERS WITH CHAFFEE Jug and! Bottle EARLY Goods will be deliver a .j'ound_, at_I'fciifer's bttaui l'JJkery. ;: l I Cf r ii H COMPRNY.40Peeple.40 !!!r.

Wedu :day morninz. and Mr*. ...\.t'rll I
E"
'ij.mmi1itli: the! 11 \- \
I. H. Aiken! gave a delightful bay ers-Forderstkcontii J t-i any part of the tate, IT.KT C.\KII

party '>u the steamer Florida, com"plinuntary :; Alarni'J. At :iJ;: pf r pound ; there are no bEtter ,
to Mr. and Mr. Hunt I'FKDec:: S<-The la-t tvi) IY3 freight; or express clurg-s prepaid. ulad. in the city. At I'feitler's ; ItOOiiIii l

Chipley Hichllond'a.. Tim run have w u\e.1 fiv.peut hostile taeetlujs ADDRESS ALL ORDERS team Bakery I REPERTOIREi : '.. I
:\ HUCCH' 'if I Smiti! ut'al.n'to-' '
was made past the yard, Fort. : \ ( )
navy Iwiwevfn Cine i) biuu< and a'.lie.itroop I TII..d.\- Cure will give ill-t.llI! I.
aid
Picket* iud Harr&iicas, and a stopat NOTU r.. : s.Vediifd I: .
the life saving station. Delicious -?. GernistiFreuca and J.ip.iiiese \ iy-P.ilof C''rLeville.ThurdayF'ra std a bottle gilt u-n :
Thpanuual election of Director.1 three bad e..'-'.
N. GOLDRI DiaroU. two or
refreshments were !served at small: report sonic !JSi"-*. : ,
for the fn"uinytar: of the Citizens J Friday'arnwn.Sturday f We know all ab"iu! t.
tables airanged on the deck. The Rcjsiaii General .
; comaiaa.ler. National Bank of Pei ,acoU, will \b* i Night-1'rnce: 5 of Tre- 2Tcdi-ntsi I.f this rf-lwd :
Linevitch, is at Peking and he ha* held! !
PE S.COr.FLORID..\. held at did bank, bf'tweenthe hours !! the reason we gtlArdb'r
Miss Nellia! R )bert gave a charm- a long! conference with General Chaifeo.lu qizonJe. I .
of 10 a. in. and 4 p. m., on Tuesday, i purity and elfectivein -
Matinee To be Announced.
ins tea to her many friends on Fri- the Gsrmau: district of Pe-Chi-Li January 5th, 1901. 'I Saturday Made only by

day evening. province there are frequent collisions Phone Nos. 1S1: and 27(5. Proprietor L. HILTON: GKF I IdTtd -I'. W. !SMITH .
-- with theiljger9.; of the Famous Two Old Cronies
President. 25 in Cash Vr'/f; ::alurday XiFirst ht Ptiaruti'
> :
Mias
On evening Lena The feelius of is
Thursday --
insecurity
.,, growing corner Belmont and Devilliers I'tizi- ._. _. nifih No. 7 S. Palafox St. __ ,
Bell gave a charming card pirty to 4 *" ; -'"""--;- ', If you want the best cigar on the ,ond Prize... n ; :.! ---
-
--
her many friends. The ladie: i first I Pensacola Light Artillery military streets. First and Last Chance Saloon market ask; for Columbia. Kruejjer Third Prizlourlhl'dze- n.n.... n 5 'w> ----

prize a lovely bisque ornament, was ball .t \rm'lry New Year's eve. I : South Palafox street. 1: k Kugleman, Agents. a2ltf ..... : ;-i Try fill NEWS Want Colom"r.Jf -

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