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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1901
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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_: r'f PENSACOLA FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 12,1S01. NO. 93. '.

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ACOLA has a' Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel I at the Entrance of the Harbor. j l'l'J:


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II I I IIJ'l : a cinsJofaa by :I :tare, being qaitf a i l

,, ('\t\r a p n I .FLEbT KOTESi I skilled! uandollnist,. He is nI l-o a I ONLY 17 SEHATORSWEBE \ ![f

4 E i H ; n S j clever rouversa! onallst, and being 41IjJporI f
\ 1 fj h"U.D dJbbrti i d i I an entLasJa-k! over 1'ensacola. it is'' (

not surprllin thitl1 Ii ono of tl.ei i <; #IN ATTENDANCE
I Keai',;arsc'3" most.f-onular Ulcers.. !i 1"f i if
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Paragraphs About the ., :
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T\: ... > ;?2 Peruna to Bo The Greatest Catarrh i JL-borate( prepir&t lon* are being I {""4.:4..If.-- ;.f .:j.110.4f" \
Gallant and Bad Weather Causa
i Navy Officers. mado fur the graud ball which the r.rZ} Grip : .U

Remedy of The Aae. !I.. I Oseeoh in honor club o'the will., give North nest Atlantic Mondiy I : ?@ : } Tlieir A'i5e1"ieE': !', ,t ,

:' 'iuaJr/ln'1 c. .!' ers. I J \ 11{
:)unsay V HI be Ctia'.inj; Iay-Fleet UJi'i }
_._ !I Cat! rH.- :11:<1 Sec 'r it-is are ejideavoriuur |: # REAPPORTIOiEliT
.- ,,. : .., !- .. : v If on. J1. C. Butler, ex- Will Sail .Itnuaiy 21-?:!atrate to-urp:;,.- tuerr.selvK: and: : ;Fya \ BILL rt if

n it ;.I.: ,. (\. ,....J./ -f r'1 a, Governor of South Caro !1 1'ieparati f,r the Oafuta Rail- to make tm! foal; f. beauty and r.%,. t!l e
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f \ ... n bras battoti- sue to remember"r'd.i I !1
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"\.It I. .... __i- .... .,I't... <. ,:1.I L lina, In a kiier fl'01:1"l shjng- I l'I'ti;:niat.eLiles Our Climate The fruurof silk 8nd s
| ImlDllant lluiS'-H of I.i -utenantt heard in n.i'tUitei.domain-. ;, .:iul ff Ji Census: <"llIIm lI'c-u Ob.
rfl\t ; < "IGRiFFE.WdCROUP ton, D. C.: says: / can recommend t llioi-* marvelous creations are b'Uic l Jfction of Mr. li'tin* the Me.iiuri: !
.r t tt evolved for BtautyS wear. Web; An Excellent Combination.
t
Pfrur.2 for dyspepsia and ; I Gee ()Yl"r-Session of tie I Ionic.V i
I' : i i Right royally are the and elegant.eveemiln; dresses will he
\ squadron
c" stomach I The >'!:"sint method nn.l beneficielefft'its 1
1
trcul-Ic. I have been of features of this I
one thecharuuiijj \ Jan. 17
nifOTov.
I ollkers bchi-jeateitaineJ by '"n.t-I of the well knov n remedy, 11.-Only senvtori

SGh: : \' i' HOARSE using ycur medicine for a short coiians! and it is no wonder that I galaocc.uion.The following reception comuiit- 6TF. t' ot Fioa, manufactured by theC.tLiFonNI.t appeared on tut? floor: at the opeuot '
Fio Sure Co". iilutraaethe
period end 1 feel very much re they rt':;ret leavingthi; ; harbor, ideal I tee will be ou duty the ni ht of the value of obtaining the liquid laxative ::);? today se '-u-n of the !senate.

iii .'.\-,TrWTO; NESS lieved. It is indeed a wonderful iu every StU"1J of the term. bill. principles of plants Kuoun to be Tho rrcvai.iug: cj i-l.'iuic cf grippe and !
I I lle*sea. F. C.: llrent, chairman ; A.M. medicinally laxative and presenting the molenitnt weather accounted fol J I'i

[ .I'M .,' J"... medicine, and besides, a great ['.nday will be coaling tliy on'board I Avery H. A. CoMilich, John them in the form most refreshing the the absence of many senators. ., r,
Denham. 'r. Y. Ks;,.ler.V.. C. and the It
> tonic. taste acceptable to system.
/ the lla = Mr. tS\'
; hip, a clay upon Carter, the chairman of the commit -
i"! I O'Neal, E. 0. Saltmarsh, H. Eaars, is theatre perfect strengthening laxa
t- i V 1 Iff rf, \r.: .... :{J.t V. S. Senator Stephen R. which visitors will scarce desire to W. A. Blount. th.l'm"ing; system effectually, tco oil ct.Ua; =, reported favorably tin

'lll" :I J / ) f .'fl. p inspect the learurge. I Floor Committee:-Me ;:r*. J. M. disp Ming colds headaches and foverspently bill Tia-sed by the house making an apliorti'jmnent +
.{. 'I f '1 &llory: ', Pensacola, Fla., says: ----- I Muldon, chaiunan ; F. A. toss, W. :: yet promptly and enabling one of representatives in the I'if j
.. I The squulrou will j M. Pitt J. Jus Kit- to overcome habitual constipation
t I have used your excellent remedy proceed to sea ] McGaughey per- house of representatives among thf fL'
freedom from
Its
j fW.JUST1Ce manently. perfect
on tho 2It for zen.
.i:1: ;.'5. OF SAMOA. Peruna, and can recommendIt target practice. This j every objectionable quality and substance states of the Union. The senate cowl !

t f.. !I Ih both as a tonic and a safe catarrh drill, though quite au expensive and Lieutenaut Theirs holds one of the and its acting on the kidneys mince had male no amendment to thV ,!k
.
i \Ii' ... 'I can rrroamcrl ; laborious one, has made our "men most important charge on board liver and bowels without weakeningor bill &i passed by the house.In .
s /" r "'a i/s one o/ the cry remedy. behind the juns" the most skillful the Kearsanr" As chief engineer, irritating them, make it the ideal ,view of the of th' A:
importance
'7fJ/es lor catarrh. laxative.In
.t n Hon. William he rules the jgship's! mo-t intricate
in the
world.
Young- Each
I r -.mind Peruua all practice costs and marvelo machinery, having the process of manufacturing figs nitaro Mr. Carter asked for imniedi i'
34 'f. 1 blood, Auditor for the Interior, the navy sum very near the hun- under his direct supervision about are used, as they are pleasant to the ate coDaidi.ratiou of it. Jlr. Hawley,' f if

L:: writes from Washington D. C. to 'dred thousand dollar mark' but it isabsoluley loO men. taste, bat the medicinalqualitiesof the fearing that this: c,>usideration rnigQl i.jjt,
I remedy are obtained from senna and
to Mr. Theis- is pleasant and unissnminsr interfere with tho army reorganization: *
Dr. Hartman, Columbus, 0., as marknuuship.necessary perfect I and he has friends innu- other known'aromatic to the CALIFORNIA.plants, by Fio a method SVKUP bill. was inclined! to obj'pf, but was pre! .]t.

follows: "I've often heard of your I ---- merable ia hospitable Pensacola. Co. only. In order to get beneficial vain"I: l upon to withhold Ills objpctiou. !;
At the conclusion of the reeling ot ;,
| The: squadron will effects and to avoid imitations, please ;
practice in the
great medicine and have persuaded 'I "We entertain all sorts of funny I time nicosaw: Mr. Pottaj: Alabama objected .
Florida! communicating with I remember the full Company .t
my wife, who has been much Temfpa for provisions, etc., bas the I visitors'," one of the squadron oiliicers printed on the front of every package. to its furthf-r The hoe conaileration bill aulit f.._.
staunch little said: the of .er dl"I. reaem- went over. providing :
of a sufferer from catarrh, to try The r at tug' Potomac. I !her, in IS.iston, once, a clap went CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. for the hoHiug of circuit and districtccurt'S t.

Peruna, and after using one bottle n Ilvestonthencn returning to Pensacold i through the ship nskin) the most BAN FRANCISCO. CAL. in the earn district of _Arkan. J.S.l
ah"urd question I had hid him in I I ,; was reported favorably from the Iadiestry ?
Feb. 1G and :kiLO 1:
she hss wonderfullylmproved. It remaining: for the j I committt-e and -wd.Con'aidor :
and, : pa ti
Mardi iras festivities and possibly tow the entire afternoon, Just by all Druggists-rricctOc eerie bottForaa le.
j before fit the ladder to ..tion then wt. resumed oj( i ?
0:1 .
has claImedfor putting
proved all have until March C -- -
you going then Havana
to i iaiid - -- ,
after .1[ leave, he pojuttd t.) the turret and the army rHrBrauizuti; : >u !bill i ;
:i it." the few weekttay, at that |,: asked what those b-<:, black thingswere ; STORY OF AU OLD TRAGEDY Mr. Hawlcy, chairman of tho com imitt"o
city ,
ray tquadron 'ill'i it
-- on military I>'.fair.;, withdrew the r
And Ih d talked to him
Hon. D. Merchant Porto Rico I guns t
Rufus thus ending the winter |I.! for three hour-1 It It Recalled l>j the Marrlaje of rcrainittes .inieiriment soft ion :Jl of the< i. .
cruise; southward.
Fulton doi'ilun. new lull iroudiu. tcr the ntiremenl .
and Dis- -- --
Superintendent Your climate is amazing: ," Ec- ,
For Over Fifty Yearn.MRS. of otiiivrs 011 the nctiv" h-.r of the army .
LEXINGTON Jun. 1l.-etlhin
Ky.,
bursing Officer U. S. Foster sign Hiiai.e leplied! iu the coerce ]I llr. Teller ul-o withdrew Li amendravut '(f'.
of a wt-ath'-r t ilk, wliioh; should "tart I I \S INSl/lW'H OOTUISS BTJtrP hastff the mania! :;;u lict.usa isim'd Tuesday ieCsnciunati :I to that section., Ii:

Office, Washington, D. C., says: every 'HUuJ.ltpd conn.r"atl'1! 'n used tor over fifty jeurs by rrillicas ol to FUI!..!} G;'>rd.n aged; 4'), .- rri.;
i'.'im-..f'l.i\ :fT'ildm ndherevt tlirlr cliil end Miss Blanca! M.by ngihl 2t).
: ;
.t I take pleasure in commendingyour
Mr.! :Siiaiit; byurpvise, a>; thii i ihi-, "Ita ririiic: lJ'Cl.i. It tootheathe clii.J
LouiM-ille is a .mlxr tracudy. live \7A : !
wr /f 1iALF' tonic, having taken a battle first vi-it t.J l\'iis.icoia. The warm, I .(-.' enstbagunsfUaysallpalucureswandConic IR
t1ALn m.r.y d.Iwhich followed the sad U the brat remedy fur larrhn-i. yearao Gordon: killed his wife, Xilhe15n sion day in the boaae. D.ure the r,'pu
/ .4C1 ofPcruna with very beneficial rc- niurkiness s It ? I'l r-UtTt) the poor hUh autTtrer 1111RiGliaulr. h and Arcbie Dix Drown:
"f Gordon
a week > : )n larcnUruas demanded some n.utiui
ago j-stnie a- I I.
:t Hid by l>ruig! ts In
.. ,, bty .
,
'all".U i.i tjie. ,
SU/ii. It 13 jfctuiuiC7i Wtu WCss yuun ; "h..t. rr> t-- ? Twenty-eve cents a in a disorderly by" 'i n Loui.villo"U :
Mr. hhasi'1 H .!*. .''a ori .> e sulc t1l..in.s w.-n trnnaeLl..turlb}, I.
i an Au-' i.I'1 by L.th.1 ? for -M r' Vlnslow'gaixitblnijBjrj found"them Fr
\
1 < ro lit together. i-.vn
t ++ :si ,,' 1'eb. :I. at J oV'oc't! t asido for j l ltribute
a very excellcntcatcrrh curs. } 1 : LaJ. :H'o:h"r klr.a.DEATH was b(
(quite u linguist by -ducation ( he is I. wt": the f.vrire-son! ..: then Hun I';:.)r v
1 masterfix liT seven tongues; and i iI Jj.i ),"u;.,. D.urrj, UIM.1 v-. l''';- .ady'soncu't' I 1)111;; to tile 1U'II1.ry of the ifttl
OF V/ L. 7RSKKCLM! : I 'I... oth"s'Nmnl........ .n i fl"I."t'IHIU\,\ of New J\r.-i-y. i ;fI"
-- .-- the i KettiULky mt-trushs, ;!curt ::u f' iau -- .
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--1! He .t* c i-. -r. I..r L't-i-r I'u-i irai PETERS OPPOSES THE BILLWould
1 1'Ihlnksit
Mt> Uu-. .
ue ? capuali*:
F. C.
0 President MORTON. I
\V. C. NCAL. Cashier
iHCE.Vio-President ;
; ( !11'\1,11I.1--1":1! uk II.s 1.:f.-. ---
0ia
M. E. CLARK Aij't by taro\ !t ion a later r.o.Ir'i \
Cashier.
AVID Vicc-Pruside-.t ,
; XK\V Y- .iti:, Jan. 11.-V.V.l.u-u Treahiilm ; t-i :.!rs. U.>rd.i:a.i riaLin an ap- Discriminateg.ilu .

CAPITAL STOCK; $200,000. whii v..1 -:1:1'. Jt'r of the; in!!,;. ;iuiu.. ..! at a Lousy ivmluct >1 by a the Coticii l'luutfr. ,
u2M v' ijiau. lie i-umuttcil* to Iw WASIIlXGTO, Jim. 11.-The seuatlcommittee
ury duna v'ievoi.iLi'flr.t a:lniin;=tra- .' I
i'.v-.tu and o:! KOIUJ; to tic: hon :d on agriculture: today con.
I i tion, died at his home in this city today rums I tl.i-i A ttnic b ,tb I II
in & joui. : : '
tinned
\ ] of i ncuinouia.Sir. I e:. .:;, il. l oh ren were nrui..'J. liiv.'AUw i in hearing on the oeomarjarm8bill.
AiIieri.eall National I BakOF I Tn hvh.'l Wt' rn iu C'hailov : .
I ->s !Lil'.oi!! anal tho kas'oaul z.al \\tfolf"tS't i
II too, :S. C., Fr'b.t! !>"'ttt, aiil pradua't1froia : : tacit otht.r. KM i'n"e scent tai| II. S. Ptteraof. Texas, p esid at of t9 '
the oath: Clrolilllollete in I'jSO; '
how tinttjj Lr"IIt : :
water pitvIiCf: Ameriytiu; Cja growers'asvjcuu'on,
I l r'urryia u ;Iatr Mrs Hat-' LouuaHaoVtu
; year over (Ji.rilou's bt-iH. Ii3 "hot li?r a .vcr.d I
of Ci.ule-toi. !!r. Trcuholm! < opposed the bill ou the SZ..I\Il that I.sl..ks ,
rini'M, bulle: ,
PE: NS COL : FLr\. I Has a ineuibor of th
st-rvitv cnminion in Sb5: SO and CJUP' ti.rjaft'h.Tiral I ricultnral imeroKt asuie: another
tro'.kr: of the curri'iit-y from lS5d to 1&,9. !,: .. ..!.; \ionlonwasuninjure-l.rc-i, tt:' Vii !fl"aJ H In" .I v!bcb Mr. Tetyri tboajrht was unfair.wcr.Cary .

The American National Bank of Pensacola offers to Depositors every Art: .ctrrnijj '>\'n3U4ugn>u no orcTitnaprei'Jcut I was arr.'it:>J, and at an excited: ixnmliij j Knight: ot the National. :
of th5 Aiuerlcoa Surety com- Daily Uaion followed Mr. Peters, continuing
acility which their balances, business and responsibility warrants, and IKV.IVliich jtooitlon he held until; 1KOO. law.in? trr 1.Wa3 acquitted by the unwritten;.' ;: his argument began yesterday. .

i when ho became president of the North He thought the cottoned oil product
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ts Officers would be pleased to meet or correspond with those who. Arr ricau Tl't1it'couipaar. Jte is the Person who suffer--from---- indigestion used in the manufacture of oleomargarine ,

Desire to Make Changes or Open New Accounts. i author Mon:y."of II-tha, was bock a member"The Poople'8 of the : can not expect to live lonsr, because the passive was comparator of the bill email in hill and opinicn thai, .
they cannot eat the food
: required -
Stock of Bank in Ni-w York chamber of commerce, the to nourish the body and the could have but little effect upon the cot- .
Has the Largest Capital Any the State. Southern:: FocL'ty, tbs American Society I products of the undigested foods tonseplmdutry. .
of Science and other social! ----
iiumerous they do eat poison the blood. It is
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I naWe to Confirm the .
I'eport.WASIUNGTOS
c'.ab-s in this city. 1
important to
cure indigestion as soon
KMGI11SOJ'' CO. OH, I ,-- a? possible and the best method of Jan. 11.-The state de. t

sew je8P Greeting. I, Installation tt OilkTr-ei-t tf Hay TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY dojiipr this i-5 i to u=e the preparation | partment wai unable to five official! :

it 'dgP; No on. Take Laxative nromo Quinine T..bh.! Ai;: known as Kodol Dypep Cure It' confirmation today t druzsji"ts refund the niDiiey if It falls to directs what you eat and restore all ;; the Chinese treaty had Leon'
T: f! Cf JlCttjf'S Old: With thp ::sty Year and the New cr-ntury.1! Lay Lodge, K. of II., met Iftuipht euro. E. W. Grove mature U on each the di{?:. tiv'! organs to perfect signed by the )Chinese joaoe envoys. ) '
V.
I" it!) Heartfelt Thank for fast Kavcis, andt.itSmsrS and after trauactiii the regular box JJo.: health. Hariris': Pharmacy, SiJney r
I II \: -- -- ----- -- Kahn, John Kheppard.TENNESSEE I HELD FOR"MANSL UO TER. l
rarilCVithatwName: the! Famous Old: I.'KHIPSSPniic business of the lodge, including I .
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lli>us" i beKiiH a New Era of Faithful Devotion CAUCUS FAILS TO NOMINATE -- -- -
.1f. 37d 'tha rkBi.! !! i to tl,.- \Vantiof its P'atron-', of rn..NriplEtIorL the necessary proceJure fur the consolidation .--- RlVSRS: RISING I south Carolina Ian Indicted In >ew

Gar.Erally : t" l'-a-P Them and Dertrve Their Support. with the Mu.-cogee Lodge, (rent I'ulltie.il "M-nsitlon Sprnug In ; Vyrk.CH t\\Ir:
I under a dispensation from the \1olltallu. Croat. ))..1111elI"t<) 1'nrim and I .\!: .TOx, Jan. 11.-Edward 0. (
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... I.lill Intf'r'sl
Grand Dictator, proceeded to the intereticj'ciremony Hr-irvv, r.10<1., J.ia. 11.-Tho Dem ier t. Dean, the newspaper man from Cbarle-

(( ceompa9y.1 of installing theu1lil'uI crass circulated five petitions for a caucus CTI.PTT6CItO. Tean., Jan. 11..-P;;' ton and a resident of Spartanburp, bas 1

Jaeoby Jroeery elected at the last meeting, on the 1m;j term of the wuato liijt, eun river ia 14 l"ot aU>\o low water andis been indicted for manslaughter in the !i

viz: K.: L. Ke, P. I). ; T. F. for which W. .\. Clark is the only can- rising; at the rate of 1 f.')"t an hoar. J first degree by the grand jury of New ty

', : i ;i.\xr fArirAi. XFAV; >FNI:>:;:-; TALENT, Wri;;hton, n. ; C. \V. Tate, V. D. ; N. diJ.rn.Vhl':1 the rsieotiu ? was calle. Fully -3; miles ou either side of the York, charged:; with causing: the death i

;i' ..... ;JMl; I .1 Fi'c:-''Iht! f.llip.tti.t:1: to Excel in Every Ht A. Neil-c-n A. I). ; A. II. iVAlein- to onit-r in the: le.-i-lative; ala hit night river submerged.H given; to wheat. fields and theyare | of Louis Hilliard, un insane patient inBellevne '
!. iiil-.n} Our 1'atron,. old put-I' bertp. It ; L-lie K. ltrooh=, 1R.. only i5 of the members aa>wered the ; hospital I
i ii ii.j'l, \"uraito : ; The l"reuch Kroad river n also rising D.'
i 'ir -np.-ri' .-r F tcii'tit s f'r t'jc! Transaction of the 1'hf'I I l'.tuiiray, 'rru.urr; 15. A. Davia, rollcnll! or "i'! des> thou tbvoquuxl majority rapidly i'iug 5 feet above high water shall an was indicted with Nurses Mar. {r
: c'hVc $ Chapldin ; J. L I'mney, (JuiJe! B''y to nominate, and after: :one time and Davit, and the advices received tfU
: i it ''''; u : : ( oiifiJi'titly Kxj'ecl ; mark here
kinjone- t'nrnsterthert indicate that the case will
(iiianliin pent in an attempt jm
Eugene Del- .'I
;
.,'. .', '- wUkn! ,iwn Mo'trt \; i.I'f>ln the destinies the houe mir, Sentirul I1.; 1 .\. Davis, Uoykin: Ito n r.ll''r the met.tins Cnally: .adjournei The Tt'uttesse3 river at Knoxvilla is 3 be brought to trial by District Attorney I
: above, and n nsa r fran 5 to S Inches! Philbm about
> the latter of the
Joiie. and John! 1: with m' actual. part 1
t\ *"Jac-ohy and Fair n..l1iu.ar,' 4ynntIyIaou.iLCl ':: organ, I'ru-tcp*.
ti
1'1 i PI crcatfi =atioian'l aa hour. It will likely reach from 13; month. The penalty for manplaughter t
ho-e I The al stir a sn evpfciallv
pre-eat \v <-install -ti B.
: by to 23; feet a* the water from the Pigeon in the first
is 20 the
degree in
-- ili'le
'-' A. D." ;", Deputy ( J. D., and he in l in t nt the ;:utiou fr'-m H! years
\' ::- Bi-, auckb 11'1111'el"c I tiiiii l h y t'. .\. Cm.ate ( vi-iti.!. D.I j 1.'IHW.-I" -''::: 1'.,. .:h .:r, i-', tbi- city and The Trench high water Broad orisuiuted must come in the this North way. penitentiary. .Ji Y.
I G. n. at itrge.i: 1.. .i-i'-.r.: I 1:1.: ::. t'1.rli; stn.uSYRUP :::101J. i'
; tht- T'FH of I.N =pl" ndki i : Carolina ni JJ1 tairmi.ecureIflytho i .
UW'V ; _. _. __ I
'v41theotntif After fluludtre"
w i* eluded Dir'a- -- ____ i
uutii MUI.IS. health. dud'a.ttahie will! a u1 treI "" T lie re'g no :
.. ., will be"IK:.< .\\'atlbt.c.t. t::;'I her Stomach I Liver, Kidurys andniertio. n cord d 1lnrthJ> i p !,t '''ar. i i .t
"
tin Kiltrri
Ih\\- ; Ala. Jun. II.-It has \J equal
n tn t uHi! a and, with u: any .I Ii of ills utter-: | b6a U.n HE6Rt-TeD
IBO OIi! are rut If ardPr. If jou.i.a
: u. .; I II. was re-elect' d, invited all ('neiit u) } !bei'ti : :I'1illl today from goo 1 authority I
\ i 1 I: at ; want tlip''p qualities :uid) theace< !''* I
: I i ace-:mpn.y liiin t.) :\fcYo'II'f: _... that: i.." >',".!IIPrII railnad lia* rnrcai I ton-

4 life' : :. 1'ilK li'ey dev-lop every power of ::u:,; star: Il-jtanrant wi1'I" f y 1 COUCH : ti.! .' r.'i:rorS.'fam Piiok-t :: : ":, it. .; JII tb.hrlln" ;'f

L.' brain: and l'OdOn1,'\' ido at '\". A'I: wer+ rntertuiHfd: by him at an. "- cures Hack!" .; Coughs, "JI1II'L; v.iuh it is ota'ed the :S: ai :I ....' ', Jf khhl"Y".elt'an'. i i iI .
U llRNFi .Mhtpretui" iiicluiiin: d..It'jl'u! *
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Cbairasun. l":ii.jtrte's ,"; s o.e.jToud l Sore Luiii-i <.. -ippe I'utu-- rt ) a.1ir J LID : wa+ also a bidder. f lily i:15 ttl el Tel i.
chtekenguntba, and the t1-lI.I .1"- !
.. :'v ;i i mania and Brow''luth ii a - b '1t"1JI r r top
_. _.. I II I UlIll1I:1I'tt.! :. irU'-. Tarty at .1 !
Sij.uwf's: Ei'iiitoraled T. .-------- few da\s. \'l..i then risk IM JIout;; r.i'jry. ? ; prey 'tt 1I .

'.,W: ":ffn rnntiuu--I t'g.1!. Dan CUlI1inrh3\l1, prij'the : tar IIr Cons-uniption, a slow, euro II .' 'I i-J.IIT.V., Ala., Jan. 11.-The I 1 ConstipiUQIIt -It
i. and auttetirasea'.1.! : dalle* and Coeoamit! 'I w.II-k nowu Kscel-ior: (iI'''.' ry death? Get Dr. Bull's Stan .* 1T L'ne insj'ecti'.n Tart arnv I / InOlliiua.1 i] t.

..flt'r th- pant: -mit i* jiaroruml purity arc equal t ("'ruer rf Itiinani and T.lrr;:. ,.,:.a Cough' Synip.. Price, 25c. .d la'1. last ni.'ht and 1'-ft ona -p.. 'ial ; LaGrippe and I I\
,\ >. r'l :;-d til" tlai 'f-i' I -'re..l-. h.l" fitted: up next door; a Don t L_J 1:111.:: ':'sC'l upon. f thi, I STOMACH e
r<. Kt1 lit !: ':' y .u"l.U.C. it dytt "-.iiaanuu cany mor llll. t1 : fever l
j H.IM-.Y. AM.: I I'.ntollle, fl'CStl. ds1'youi' inut ri-tal1rlit and lunch c"ii.tfoi ". ii r )t is p-- I>r. BuU's. No boiiutswas:: trap-acte:i nre. 'TT (} Malaria
p ( n'l'iu'i hp bf-poaKS patr-iu,'.'. Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism. I : Ague
r 'rillr"; "V.A (':'/',')-' for them., Once l'O'1 FaU1i.ll'llf'r\ ? for meals a pt'rtalrr. Aches and Hums. 15 *t 25 ct5. For a Cold in the Head f

always used. lojlw Laxative Brcmo-Qjinlne Tsblets. I' Ti"f1H : Naps WtntColumn.7cr lJ

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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12. 1901.'ft4 .

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zzJUST TAKE
FREE BLOOD CURE. f SEARCH FOR BASS FRAZER i; >

sy SHIP SUBSIDY lATIER
' : Y) An Offering Proving Faith to Sufferer LostTemper Hli Family Firmly Relieve the Count


\ it"-3, :'' '.t.!I...r'. Is your Blood Pure*.? Are you sure ,! ATIAXTA Inn, Jan Was 11.Kidnaped.-The mystery surrounding lOOK AT'OUR' SHOES !

:- : .t :.. of it? Do cuts or scratches heal i it' Belief That a Compromise Can the disappearance of Baas

::1' 1 slowly? Does your skin Itch or burn? 1 1I Be Effected. Leisure and Frazsr thickens.! There is absolutely no

I ;... Have you Pimples? Eruptions: ? clue to; tile JOUUR mays vrhereabout,
I ,,.1 Aching Bones or Back? Eczema: ? Energy by the and while the general public: discredits EASY ON YOUR FEET !
a Old Bores? Boils? Scrofula? Rheumatism housekeeper who
C 1- BE PASSED tho kidnaping: theory the family of the !
: ,j. ? Foul Breath? Catarrh? tilE MEASURE MAY YET neglected to use youug man are firmly convinced thatbe EASY ON YOUR POCKET

I q:,l Are you pale? If so purify your forclblaWucted.. husband ,-
Botanic I was But every pair in our stock whether for yourself, your ors
l, l.i"1 Blood at once. with makes B. B.B.the( Bloody I It Friend Say Thit Certain ModiacntloE .. C. II. Frazof, a brother of the missing: littleor.es. will: answer that description, from the smallest pair of tn;,.,
Balm
Blood ) *
.4 fIt who is hero to some is full value in all of them.
I Ir man trying: get feet to the largest pair of hard work. There
f Pure and Bich, heals every sore i I Will Imore It. Acceptance.
:.; GOLD clue to work upon. states.: po-itively. that
: and clear smooth healthy DUST i
;3 gives a Characterlitlc of Maine su.teamE'nEIJ.ln. ne believes its brother was kifiaaDJ't. |I
J :";! skin. Deep-seated cases like ulcers, I I and Aldrlch. .- \ t IIe Is very indignant at the statementto : Ladies. Gentlemen.Lot .

i s.j:: cancer, eating sores, Painful Swellings I Washing Powder : the contrary. He can see no motivefor
# .' .:41 Blood Poison are quickly !! TVASirrxGTOx. Jan. ':! -[ : <,clal.l- i I his brot'- r's action should it develop Lot 133-CoinToeStockTip2.(0.; 136 Box Calf. Medium To.

: ,i .';f cured by B. B. B., made especially The belief! I is generally j esprc'sd i that he went away of bit own volition. Heavy Sole, Lace, a Dandy :*'!:, .
for all obstinate Blood and Skin 53C15 Fine Doii ola, Lace,
I Professor II. A. Thompson of the Lot !;
i friend of the frliii>!';'c;; subsidy .
different from Rmons for J'J.Ou.Our
B. is
i. Troubles. B. B. I Patent Leather
'i Extreme Bulldog Toe
t Tech school, in a signed statement, says
,. 1 be made to
.fJ: because B. B. B. | bill that amendments will I
.. other remedies
he does not believe 13.ts Frazer was Tip, Military Heel, only |2 W. Red Stock Farm Calf Sh.vPhin
Humors out 1 of such a character as to
drains the Poison and the measure i .
fr' 1 kidnapeL Iu his opinion he left school Medium Toe, a Very NK
tJ ,,'. .a 1 of the Blood and entire system 110I ; meet the obji-rtions of the strongest i la ordfr to avoid a possible i trial by the Lot &2,29G-Stock Tip Lace Heavy: Shoe ,for f 2,23.
: the symptoms cannot return. Give opponents in the senate, and in thatshape i facjj ly fjjr.pjf\r| methods in the work Sole, Wide Toe Pcrforatt'd.Ian-
) it a trial.: It cures when all else fails. has been well nish Shape, the very litest style
It
a it will -
oi: iias. la the IjJnck'Siit .juip.Pjofessor Vici Kid Button Sh.Goodyear .',
;} Our Black ''
:j: Thoroughly tested for 30 years. Hold *2. .
my I)
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I understood that a successful organization ThqmpsJC IS Instructorin .'
,
aa 'WE'lt-It is a Beauty, ?< i"
bottle "
'r at stores at $1 large
drug
: per formed to defeat the bill DETECTiVES AFTER BROWN that He Frnzar
bad been
full $v.; department. says *. Foerdem Vici Kid,
j 6 large/ bottles ( treatment) Lot 4.4: )-
Mai as it now stands bat there have Iwen was a very quiet fellow and pave him Pair Men'* Vici Kid Pat.;.:
ft:2: iii' i Bo sufferers may test it, a trial bot"I' Newport Defaulter Was Recently InNew I Plain Globe Toe and Bulldog; every Forty :
: r4. tie given away absolutely free. overtures and otfirs made by the Orleans no trouble.! lIe states, however, that Pair Warranted to Wear, $2.50. Leather Shoes worth $.), for $}'- : ,"'';A Write for it. Address BLOODs friends of the bill to the opposition' I the young man took little interest in his
t NEW ORLEANS;' Jan. 11.-Detectives work. To these statements the brotherof
BALM CO. Atlanta. Ga. Write to
r with a view of reaching! a compromise
: ;." 1 day. Describe trouble and tree roed which will Insure the passage of the here who have been trying to locate the denial young man takes exception and Our Misses' and Children's ShoesARE

J3 of i. :4' ical advice given.ORCHARD -- -- measure. It I is not known whether all Frank Brown, wanted for stealing$10- ,. makes The police are working on tha theory MADE BY THE BUDD BABY SHOE CO., BURLINGTON X i.
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the opponents will accept the proposed 000 from the Newport bank, havo re- that there is a woman in the case, and

tt" : i [ AND GARDEN. compromise or not, but the friends of I reached the conclusion that, although that young Fraz.T was lured away.:
,
t r. the bill! say they are certain that they ; he has been here in attendance on the Thus far they have been unable to develop The Boston Shoe Store

": :All manures for the garden should be can pa=s the subsidy measure hi a modified races, Brown has tIed from the city within any fat that would tend to substantiate .. ,

.13.i thoroughly rotted and fined beforn apI' I form. Senator 1'rye has expressed I the past! few days tJ escape capture. such a theory.Uxios .

.r:1f: f plying.; some doubt of the bill passing: the I But while the detectives have Expressed N. G. FORCHEIMER, Prop.,

: ;P I An unfruitful orchard may often be house. The delay in considering the'' this belief to the public in some quar So Tidings Jf the :-'lI..lIg OUI' Orders Attended To. 117 South Palafox Strep'
4 tern, it is thought that by such declaration SPKIVOS Ah.. Jan. 11.-Chief Mail Promptly
t' fcrougbt Into hearing by a heavy application bill by the house has been due entirely a -
':rt of good stable manure. to the fact that the friends of the bill : the detectives hope to throw of Police Hixs.ni states that nothing has
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Brown off his guard fUll then PANCAKE FLOUR.
: '.t.! | In keeping onion sets through the in that Iwdy think that it would bo a ', capture been heard of Bass: Frazer: but that he
BUCKWHEAT.SHREDED .
,P :Winter it should be remembered that a waste of time to bring the measure up him.Program Vender Bradford, Bookmaker was kidnaja'd' beyond doubt. He states: CURE. VQ Ell
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COCOANUT.MINCE I'Iti.W
t cool l, dry temperature is the essential uutil the senate showed sonic Indication i' Marsh Keadon, Horse Owner biduev in most poiinvo terms that all reportsto mtm a.[, in- '..annl. .

I u,, ihtng. that it l'ouMpa..s that 101,1.1Th... Bender and Mrs. Marion Smitlnnetand the contrary are without._ foundation. MI.AT. nau.n .e1 ;rn ati i -I.-r ,
n IPrer.au
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: Every tree requires a certain amountof majority of those who have discussed conversed with 11-ovu at the racetrack AT II. MULLER'S:;, eec'tf'OB. orP.4 : I

::. | space according to Its kind. You can the probabilities! <.f the bill pa-sing: ; the !1 I on Tuesday. Mrs. :fcmttli: says ho The! most soothing, healing and PHONE :213.! 4IM :S.; PALAFOX. iTicEfHsCifwiiCr **' "ore' <
.
r4 ; application devisedis Sold b.T Irc.-ti ( .
approached her and offered her his antiseptic ever rwtna
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have heretofore agreed that the 1 I,
senate
i1 :" :: crowd only at the risk of getting re- DeWitt's Witch Hazel i Salve. It V nrit i-i |u i, i
I hand, but she did not recognize: him
Until -
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.1 jy: ; ...i: ifluced crops. determined opposition would defeat it i! he told her who he was. lIe ha>1 relieves at once and cures piles, Jewelry I will iu repair first-class your watches style. J.and I. p ;..i-irr. ,r I, t' iII
this session.Produce: 'ir ul i jt .
Hf f'i-riv I The greatest success'; Is attained bykeeping at 1 shaved off his moustache. Mrs. Smith sores, eczema: and skin disease Beware M *
-1;: t"1 r I 1$' up a uniform growth with a I StatE' nH'n. I! claims that she refused to have anything of imitation Har is' Pharmacy I Stephens.

proper balance between the wood and I When the last of the "big four" ,kl."- ;i, to d,) with biro/and that after Sydney Kahn, John Shep- I

i:. :i.:' !ffrult growth. Ration from Maine had disappeared\ it they had conversed for 3 minutes she rard.
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t It is nearly better was asserted that that state had lost dismissed him. --THE
'\ Il.i. tai! always economy Brown left the track before the races For a Cold in the Head
her in the house and wouldsuffer
,; ; i. to grub out all trees that are stunted preside were finished. He said he had been in Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets.LlURNlrJ'UHE .
/ and sickly than It Is to to restorer In consequence. But it appears .
: : try Central America, but had oetnrued because
;:r. them to vlgo- Diseased wood never that Maine I is a state that breeds statesmen he was broke. lIe told some of jJlost complete Citizens
National
Bank
;., or has them "on tap" all the \\hil'.
% ': : :Becomes sound.In his friends he was going to Sun Fran.
I I. t') planning to plant a windbreak It an.llt a rnenilier of the strong; delegation cisco and others that he was bound for stock

j f.hC 1 tI quite an Item to select trees of 0i' drops out' there' I is home one to Liverpool __ _._ of fine, medium and cheap

:! ( : t. close growing habit and of as! nearly take his place. Thus it happens thatIi'pr'ntlthI' i 1 BROTHER OF EARL ROBERTS. grades ever displayed in OP PEN8ACOLA.
who
; Link-field succeeds .
k
i' perpetual foliage as possible. Then .
Pensacola. C'ashor instal-
fry plantlnr a double row of them the the late Mr. IMnjrley. has' already Dead Man believed to be Related to

effect desired may be secured.-6tLocls established himself' the equal of almost I the British Hero. ments. We have just whatyou L. HILTON GREEN, JOHN F. PFEIFFER,
f '*' any man of the "hl\ \\K! four" of PRESIDENT. CASHIER
SAS FRAXCISCO Jan.
l Repvb'ic.Nothing. I| H.-The contents want. Marston $
;n former years. That he can battle for T. E. WELLES, R. M. BUSHNELL
i of a letter found among the effectsof
Maine is shown in the fight he made to I{ Finch. VICE-PKESIDENT. ASST. CASHIER.
l ', .!r too good for our prevent a decrease in her representation i the late Abraham Roberts, who diedon ___ __

) :"1 patrons, try a "Table De under the new apportionment. On I: Jan. 9 in a room on Howard street, Counterpanes dons up for 15: each, DIRECTORS:

I N Hote" or A La Carte meal several former' occasions Mr. Littlefield has led the coroner to believe that the Hew Method Laundry._ T. E. WELLES, WM. FISHER. RIX M.'ROBINSOf
I, t ; has made himself felt and sometimes j I I deceased man may have been a brotherto of E. E. Saunders A Co.

I ,1. ;{ for 50 cents at the New when opposed to the contentions of his Earl Roberts) the distinguished Brit New Good K. J. WHITMIRE. JOHN F. PFEIFFER, MORRIS BEAR,

i r .. Cordova. party. I asked a prominent Maine ish general. Latest styles of Paper and Envelnrvpo L. HILTON GREEN.
__ The letter in question was written on
: man how it was that I.ittlefield could
Nov. 2, 1SD4! by H ,.y iv/ooiis, u Best quality of Tablets for school
r,. Cleaning ladies skirts and waists keep his popularity at home if he t r ether of the deceased, who is aa RCbiantant use, or for correspondence.School A General Banking Business Transacted
k Cr; Is of should oppose his party whenever lip employed by the First; National '
t j ; '. one specialties Star Lanai Supplies, Pens! Pencils,
felt like it. Oh mat makes: no difference I bank of Princeton, III Iu this
Inkwells, !
i I : dry. Blotters, Desk-pad, Cap
I up in Maine.: he rI'l'lI"I"Our' \ letter the passage occurs: and Bill Paper.Blankbooks.

I ri eople like a man who stirs the waters "Our brother. General Roberts, isnow Vessels'
Letter and Bill Accounts Handled Favorable .
I Ii on Terms ECbango
iu charge of the English forces in ,
: and gets himself and the state Files, Collector's Files *.
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I r i i;: that will Ireland. Paper Clip
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keep i
Comforttl i talked about. I Abraham Roberts was TO years of afro Hand-carved Purses, Bill Hook, Bought and Sold, CollectionePromptly
&c. &c. C. V. THOMKSOX
\ >etr r.netand Trait. ,
comfortable the of his death. lie
Ii. you nt time was poor X 0.30 H. Palafox Street. Attended To.
during the cold weather This would appear to be characteristic i i and had no relatives here. His body is ,
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I of Maine and, in fad. all New T.ng-;: still at the morgue J. I. Stephens! has a large assortment
and at such low pricesl land. Might;: at a time when Senator: ---- of Solid Sterling Silver and
>egro Shot to Death. ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
I that you can afford to buy Halo was opposing! the administration : Roger's Knives, Forks and Spoon
: Ciir.ni.LTox, Ga., Jan. 11.-I Anderson '
& policy i iq the rhUippines! :;, when In- was
1.1 t JWartfon Fincl .
peveral. : uncing the of the ar- Glutton, a young; negro was found
: : ac'jul-itlon
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ehih' a3. lie! was: ie-tlected! to the sen dead with two pistol shots in his body.j .

I without opposition in his party. Heiau j A part of a dock of cards, a purse with

1 t:I 'h:t LODGE DIRECTORY i' ate;l 'SttltJI! Di'U; di 1 :airiiM".'ili-i Uvo! metricalI'v u'a5: :. Ho5!JS: ;cahler in it, half pistol pint with bottle two of whl chambers ky, a I 1'STOCK-TAKII G SALEBTo *

''i. .. Ft : on jhis: fIII''d" aria -,"utr lyias tetwcg'j: >1S1E uajarjpburning
f -1 j I Liter Senator 1'rye has the unanimousindorsement
; and marKs ol pistol balls on m;
OF PYTHIAS. ---- ------- ---
I 1 e KNIGHTS of his party for another weatherboarding; of the house was all

1i':!a ,:'f IVnoaeoIa Lodje, NCI. 3, h.011': leim. ..Two yeir ago; :Senator, I.edge; that told the: ta'of: his fleniise. Joe Reduce Our Fall and Winter Stock of Goods
I I i'f >'a: "Iin'-.l'tt"1"'l'i\'I" I every Kepublican Evan and Fed Walker are m J tit! herd

i meets every Monday evening Hall, !! vote i in the li".:i-lature for re- : now under warrant charging thj; muriler .
I at !s at e'usti Hoar clisa- of Henderson Glantoi.V. : and Save Labor will Make the
if' In the hiount1Catson i election. IK- and S'-nator we Following
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\ building Hunt floor. i .
: what should be the
| Cite leally: ; :.is to :
I Visiting hretbrcu cordially: 1 ittiatnllq's ieiuoii; 4 'a'loomed. !i ia the far east. Senator, Hoar is
F. I*. 1Llei! I.H-K, II'i iliej lli< IIMON: :>. Jan. 11 -It is reliaMy; : reported

II. HORsI.FK.K. K. 4 H. C. C. II }ill'. t\ariau the Mna with! .the hu--H-Il.'imMii i.rblieut. \.parly.: i -: -.'iu' t new-ixiuer V.- r .circle, htrthat': Big Cut in Prices for One \Week !

I 't' : n____ make h-rj <1'11' miaui-atm: & dlo l'" HTK'tU'ftion. I John s..e n \\ "iuiamSabiirl -1'-, president" ... of. tse...' I
; I ; IJlEjnrnraiJ ; \ ;'n ,
I iM' : w-o.w. df uivu'M' nil there men .J: "\" -""" .-s'. it I
g .. I -tHe amt t) their.ouufi ({ Tratrciwiy.: trt ? tuUclimonJ .
ace vFliuthV to their : 4 -- -- -- ---- --- --
} .Vi DUmtth.. It U imp f Live OAk Camn S 1.1 Woodman of the <' >. 'J j.eTI' defeat WuliU l IK.1 .!!i : pet the report confirmed! but it n pea- Men's heavy 'Winti Under .Suit,, All of our )r"I1'a.n Jljy'* r w"at.1 2', I..ZAH! Child's HiLhf.1 d! V' ,' .

1 1 .'t World. I tm.t Ins,. hut tinmuro iiuiMied\ nutlike really believed to be corracr. Acconang was D) cents: Suit now a''J eelt I er- aud Wool Over Shirts to d'J-'; at I wt ru I IJj, to close at Hit

r 't y that cf other commuiwies. Itt to the !story told Mr.Villuiins hn- cost. .

t ., each Meets month.first and Visitln third; 8ovrutjns Friday(: night c(rdl.la. wall: fr.jin the Amt s-h-iuM fail to I:' In bought the bWok owned ly the late l ,jlou Men's. Heavy: Fleeced Lined Un Ladies' Heavy M> tan Vi-t-t, Child's Half. Wool Vests. w' I i-

ally Incited W. W. WAI SON C.,C. harmony: v.-.ih his part on the ::r..atI''II''S -;! C. O'B. Oo\vard.u. cerLUI'BS SI Suit, now 71 cent?. were :'J-leeut"! now :2!<) ceatpanu; to to elf)-'>e at -""2 C each.
H.1t.TlIAiESCIt'rk. he wouldiiy -- ---- -- -
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i I,.r'Jl'l' the f 'lllltrj. match.
\' likely K \'I'pla"I'tlly i au-iihor man. lil't! Took lj.ailanun. Men's Heavy Merino Under I Suit*, I".OJ',- and 1 Mi-ae5 1 Heavy Mr:1': : .

The i.d.TMnter ('rnfl.Tho AIUIKSXUIF:, Go., Jan. i 11.-J. C. wa, 51 Suit, now S<> cents.,, Ladies' H:'avy Merino !Silk FinLnltH Suits, were laic, to cl"- .

\ ., : ; IIullniKl! .ubiiiarinc l.ont receiveda Tritt, a firmer took an overdose oflaudanum i-hed i or Itibhad= Ve't, were G l and }')cMen's .
:
} Gk Gray, White' and lied all 03; cent, now 4'JandI j ceitpants;
', it with! EuicuJ.il .
la-t .n Lapp/led
the ( ,
t't ;great l.jiiiHnt in : Wnol ['1l1l'ft'5ult was $2, new SI I ;50./ tOI r.i-: tch. Boy'" Heivy Fleeced.;u> d I
f r. .j : -/d gri'.s.md: a I..r;:e \ll1ml.l.f thi un'nilcr '. intent. He has: bciu in ill health! !' for der Suits, were $1 I, now H-c.!

ii 1 (; ,0; .... 1. I .|. trdiiin! ; 'ith, and has ha I rtvtrst-'s; Men's Silk! Lined Under :Suit, L.diK l All Wool P.d, (Jrayai.dWhi
,
..., ( \.,p, .;.;., ). .'".. 1:1 the rarII aj-imi'iuti.in! t hill. The l-11 r I .; .--.'.,.:,,.J 1j' <& managers i.f the 11.,11,1\'al.h'kl' were I 1 make remark! that niako his Inca .- now $2: I Snjuiu! !1.1)! '. Pant to mute. Cost.
=.> he took the poiioa i to end his lift : I
w ... e ,"f :\_ sWE iir-t rejniKul: hy Call otl'uri*. hut l I thiak I __

1 t I It I J '''"., '. ,, ( ..':\ I);!fJ they, bringing t'Mk: ; illmath'r; the MnIIand before hcie eeliaresl.y and i TRIED FIVE DOCTORS. I Shoe Stock Must be Reduced!


f ( :,, .: ,' :--,.. ttl'o>huwlng wouM every make nicnilM-r a brief .I.-.t of il eeiijire<>\,n tl''.e 3 Mrs. France; L. Kale!= *t Mi iouri I LOOK AT OUR LADlE:: .. .. . .. .. .. "LIylSII01' :... I LOOK AT OUIl CHILD'S .. . . il I.Ili :4II'rl|! -

i( 1'utom.u how ihe llo'l.unl toiild ,Ii\I'. Valley, la., write : "I had severe I LOOK1' OUIl LADlE.. .... .. .. ..Si oIIOi: LOOK: r WIt CHILD'S .. .. . .t! 2", iill''i'w'

II : "-: Th. l'I'stilt3" :I.:.t a vast n.njo'-:ty in kidney! trouble for years had tried LOOK AT OUU LADIES': ..... ... ..$1 I r.; :-'WHK: I LOOK AT 'OUU BOYX IJ MKXS'l.nii-H':; : -

'. AP.r TIn: both llwtL"tS td''11tlt' on\iiu-tl that the '''five doctors without benefit, but LOOK AT OUIi LADIKS' .. .. .. 2ir: : WLOOK: AT OUU gOY:""' t\NIM1-N''S..iI.:!;, SH' -

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIRDA SATURDAY. JANUARY 12, 1901 3


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THE HOUSEHOLD. ,j WHAT IS OVARITIS ? A certain baed music.1..1.hall.. belle Her. who bad I to the U.S.

Fa"lon In Ho ehold Llnen-A" just successfully 'landed'' an old and Purveyors Navy
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julable rut LlUeI' 07'- A dull, throbbing pain, accompanied wealthy nobleman sued nu unpopular I ,

.. tens In DliDrs of Ire.Ttcrc i iI i by a benof: tenderness and heat low manager, alleging that be had not paid NICK'SPLACE I
I down in tha side, with an ocx-a..iona! her sufficiently: well for her engagement I North Atlantic Squadron

( are fashions in household lln1 1 i shouting pain, indicates inflammation. at hIs hnl!. She won the case ,

eta as well os In gowns to yet make the their most the On region examination of pain it shows will be some found!mtilllag. that- and was immediately Inundated with I *-And ti All fit Appreciate,; the Best of Enrythin to Eat !-
from her
apt
women are Bowery congratulations
elegant j This is the first
of ovaritis,
> from staple products which stage friends, nil of whom glad to sec I Those who seek the true enjoyments by Good LiviDi should Take care that wile and
!' inflammation were I
sele: t m j of the ovary. If the roof due preparatioa: be mad*, otherwise lsppaiatmeat In Taste and daiitlacUoa await
ere always: In favor For example, the i of your house leaks,my sister,you have the manager go down. the victims of errori.eajily avoided.
tall and snowdrop patterns in table i, it fixed at once ; why not pay the same Not content with her victory, howl I

I'nea: are deemed standard l'y all house- respect to your own body ever, the belle must needs crow over *'THE PARLOR MARKET-*-

alvt3.! I'lalll! lnens are also much In I You need not, you ought not to let her beaten rival by packing up the! !

vegJe, Many: of the handsomest plain emI i j i! yourself holds out po.the when helping one hand of your to you own, and sex choicest telegrams: and dispatchinj \13 its Flees, cf ail cite s, li Prime Ennltin! Good to Eat.

flats!: tan a cipher or monogram i' will advise you without money, and them to his house, with the hitlmatlon
broW-! :-td In two comers of the cloth. [' without price. Write to M 1'inkham that he tnlglit make what use of them "
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The Aisortncnt there displaced would make; the confirmed !
most dyspeptic reneW'hit fi
There are as will a number of new( de- Lynn, Mass.,and tell her all your symp' be thought proper. I I ot vigor of appetite. h!

IS the chrysanthemum being a favorite She regretted this last concession the The rhoicest of Fresh Most; of All MInds; the Freshest of Fine Fish right out Of thewater
pattern. Napkins: come with next morning.: Taking her at her word I| : the Crispest and Finest of Fresh Veeetables of Every Variety known to the Sea 4
son ant Market: the Ten 'l't of Poultry. Domestic and Western,alland dressed; the
rafh cMh both with hemstitched and HIP manager pasted the telegrams: on aboard I i Best VaaetyofUame possible to procure: the Daintiest of Delicacies' of every de. if
hems. Napkins should be marked + outside! the tousle ball, beaded iI scription.Hoj, .
plain 0 t I < kfI'P"rs ant Caterers cordially invited to call and choose for themselves
with the embroidered Initials about s tl1l'lU"hl t Miss Fllghtie's friends or, it time f rUlJ., to send their Orders byTelephonc
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thrt-e! Inches from the corner. Tablecloths think of ler engagement"; and left the!
inserted with lace are no longer : public to assume which engagement, I X'o. 17J.; < *
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centerpieces -
fashionable. White the professional or the matrimonial,

a;most entirely: replaced colored de1!:1 was meant I The Post popularRESTAURANT E. PETERSEN

F'I11S. tore desijns!: are, however, seen :, Then followed such messages: w ,

in the centerpieces and doilies! used on 1|I "Good for you old girl!" "Pinned tbd !' -DEALER IX-

tie bare tables fur' luncheons. There I j I old horror at last!" "Don't let him '

Is a tendency to IlItrolcl'e'ery elnix- khe \ k'liar' i wriggle oft the hook!" "Stick to him ) Imported and Domestic Wines, liiquoi-s and CigarsICE

rntl'.1! frwn.!! 15oth! shorts and pili" 1, till you get the dibs:" "Congratulations j .

I. m1t; > lift"stitched and inserted : i, on your splendid haul ;I, [ I I COLD BEER.
wit!. !'ai'. !- an lath wide, or even wid- I Another action Is pending.-London
r. ..r It I'. 1lltlll.1Il0Wt'Hll'S and sheet iI Tit-Bits. JUG TRADE: : SPS I A LTIc.

: :,. i .'..sdi-red.: with the Initial or t Corner Reu aid Government Street,

f .' ,, rest of the owner. Even lace Found a Srmpathlivr. i iI PENSACOLA: FLA.
f'h't! :> :\fIlsPt1.. Nothing H I I "Yes; I went to New York to see If Ii, I

.'" 1'.1'. !more attractive than a pure could get word of my brother," said the J In Pensacola. KING COAIj M\KES MEKRY ATI

n ?! Inexpensive k.l"prea.lin' 4\ Pittsburg man Iu the smoking compartment i .. .. ..... 1 ..;:... ""':: 1 NEW YEAR'S:
,, attractive triaii "lie went on a to Japan 'x t
"! very by 3in3. ix.viE ASTOK. voyage: 9
-. with Inexpensive heavy on a sailing ship and I heard that the ,; the hearts of those who are busy
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.. ''..' spread serving: as well ; toms. Her experience in treating female ship was wrecked and all hands lost. m. ,-\I"v -- ,0 "' with their New Year's: baking:, or
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who
use our high grade Galoway
"< d in this manner as! a ills is greater than any other "And did it turn out to be true?" was r.:1 J' .
coal for
. living person. Following a letter asked. FINE ,: heating r purposes. king coal
; '; .;;* H the kind we always keep-that is!
I : from a woman who is thankful for "' ..... t
"Not altogether. The ship was lost, t.' .-- -- ; : of the all
terrible ; 'f- : ; King heap-King over ,
Pints avoiding a operation. I : : /
Lifter.
\iliu lnlilr but three or four ,'ell." j 'fJ ; ;,:. { other bituminous anthracite coal
: I was suffering to such an extent men were SI I ( ;;:'i.ll'l or ;
i simple! and easily oper- I from ovarian trouble that physician ".\nJ your brother?" Eseambia I ; j 4 / in other word, the bet that the at
r lifting hot plates and thought an operation my would be "He was saved at first but after the j, Oysters L : IA, IL" I mines produce. Better lay in a supply
t oven or top of the stove ; there going to be a rise in
necessary. boat had drifted about for weeks some I
"i :Ill, IH many accidental E. Compound I r :7ffi 1. 11 price.
Lydia Pinkham's'geta one bad to die to save the others. They I <
'.. rhaps the spilling: of the having been recommended tome I RECEIVED FRESH EVERY DAY { r .
cast lots, and it fell upon my brother, i 1 .At. '., 'f.t'
: i' the receptacle would be I decided to try it. After using )
'1 I Poor Ken! | f)) TloipsoD Olsen & Co.
I' '. .! t1t:1 use. Among!; a nutai several bottles I found that I was "Cut the survivors AND SERVED IX ALL JJ'
apologized: to you i ,
cured. entire tonedup i ,
!' t i"- recently designed tort My system was I "
.-:, s,' that of John F. Neal seems and I suffered no more with my of course. They said they were sorry j! :;:..:;' ...
., ovaries"-MRS. Ass ASTOoi,Troy,Mo. to be obliged to eat your brother." I t STYLES. .
t ivtst convenient and simple\ '
I "Oh, of ('OII'H''s: ; they excused
.s: .1 iu the clieape&t to manufac- 145DUNN'ffHDTEL
tbemsches
and seemed to feel for me.
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Instant Death. These tears! Please excuse me." --- -
"The instant! of death" says The Indian I ..l't>rtallll}.," replied the other "1 hada I

Lancet, Is a vague and Indefinite grandfather scalped by Indians a fa- ON EUROPEAN PLAN.
expression n hen viewed from the point I flier carried! off ,by a cyclone, a mother I II I i

of physiolepy. An anlni.il! or plant I eaten by an alligator, a sister! lost In a regular Dinners Every nay I THREE REGULAR MEltS? EACH DAY-25 CElTS IACH.I .
cannot be considered dead until it has I
., I '. reached that! period! In disintegration\ :: and devoured In the Fiji Islands I Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night

I.d where It is impossible to revive !life. I and I Uuow bow fool nod
Some pliyslologists! : : still further restrict i jou I'll leave yon you alone, and can you excuse I ONLY N Y O tNT emEH, FISH m mi\ OF &n KINDS IN SEASON,

itI the difinition to that point in decay j can give your emotions full 1)lay.- .
r where everycell in the body of en animal tbicna1'8.; : SPECIAL ORDERS HT HNY HOUR.
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or plant has eenvd to contain or Ii P
consist of living: ; protoplasm-ln otherwords. jl Mr Paid the Frelgbt If i i i R.TEF ?:.I:" to u.:;, per Day, Lodging; 23and cents.

,;.dl tell niut hate lest beyond "P-os*." said an old! negro, looking; In f 1517 and 519 South Palafoat St. PEHSACOLA FLA
m.ll! its life
I ptna-rs. tlnci.gii: the |l'o>-IOIIi(- stamp window, I r.
Probably! one ct the most I striking\ rs- i
X I "LolUudl duos! hit tek tor sen' fo' let I
a:::I\ll's rf ihstMiinneom (leitii.ty..%- .
ti.at ci tae p.'isoniuaiv: into a large vat of boin!! ;; caustic! potash wit: iJa.

--=r which at once itin-uiuid tl.e t.ttire "lIn,,!!:"' i

.... ,,f a wooden handle, ody.. li.iv.n: ::; only the mctnilic! places : "Pact!" : served all hours of ,4 Hl5lil.j from the Choicest Yield
\ ,1 II .1 with f.tur crew eyes from tie Leeds of Ins shoes and a few I '1 Lc old man studied! awhile! got out |

I._' .-. jM.rnf: Kmg'n!' ; bales, buttons flU::! the clot hu! ,;: a> remains.I : : Ls! !Iratln-r l' oU.! vintage of I&,:;. anti' the of Field and Vineyard, Bottled with
"' 1 in the jiUtnre. The o'.- I'.- from elwtilcyi'! ..-:.- also border front (.tll'i,l.t i-cipers out of the lining: day or night at 6
it the! en !s of the bales are on the !in.--'itijt.r Mipioti..s It ha? Lahg these on the counter, he drew j / the Utmost Care all.1kill:: and delivered
Reasonable Prices.
\ found that (l.vtu; ct l Iis take n from
', t'> aid iu stviiri-ly holding teen ; a long: breath and said:
: I <. lifted: and a book I is the hotly can bi> prtsuxt'il a normal "\ l'1l. ion c'n h.t'm go 'longl": at your door-the Finest

CH'! handle end by which state for a 1-n'g: time: und thou hate life T.ut wl.ire ire the Il.tters7"11:11' Tonics and Invigorants you can get.

sa"ln'nded when put in processes uvutd It tl.cy are properlytnatod. "\\ Is icy? Why 1 done drapt ,

.1 1 1."t plate or baking; tia '('m ll) de hole roun' yonder!" : tf'f
-ned and th"-'ppcrl over ------- The it ttt'rs fished out.
i wore stampedand !
'.< n the action; of raisins! : Onto a Ti union. hundreds allowed to "go 'lol-: IlC':1 Telegraph. SEA FOOD DINNERS \Ihartr\ hall we > eildloti
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.I I lju.-t tI."lIIl'1l the rim, The g..0'l titan, veigliin-j; : a I j
:' .11 maintain a s-tture hold 'one. bo'I'.1: nniiJSy I : at the portal of I t

ti... plate Is in suspension. the: culinary: department' and as tlej, Obllgnlluni Discharge! i, I ; C"ui in and make: a selection : we
i door sw'ur't liO\ ily back: upon; Its Mis Huggius: ; did something; today A Specialty. .
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.. hinges doiTiHl I.U tattered Lat and (, that I've Urn Guarantee Quality.
O, lrr In Ire "1-1"- screwing; up my courage -\
'.1-: .>\ ,itci-. but fruits, are some- touIy nLiyaredDial !: i : I to do for a long: tlina 1 p.iid! that t
: ...1 !li: ft.\'t.1.lut'k made from la'ly"- odious Mrs. lljones: a call I've owed for
,1 iMoslblc to set molds la -I'm nut load" she! interrupted I a long! time! : S. A. FBIEDMAN

ii-r i may Le frozen In saucer ru.h'Iy. XIr. P.ugg'.ns-l: can sympathize with ,
:' i- o.ter or il.im course, and 1u'IlSL': ne. la.ly"Pon't you my dear. I paid the odious Mr.I'.Joncs Prove the
", : ri late achle\ed fruit baso.n Lily, mel:-' was her quick re- a bill!!I I've owed Just as long.; P. 0. Box 41:). Telephone 179.

excellent imitations fl..m"t.. Philadelphia! Koconl. i PENSACOLA. FLA.
i r I comports. These effects \, "Yer don't tr 'nn trr say yer only a PuddingDo
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'i' l I. tm in the test taste is -Tlut'sl.at: I nm:" she shouted.And IF BANNER SALVE our an1nounceinenta

r clam In Its shell: piled ont ai the heavy bolts shot back doesn't cure your pile, your money W. B. WEIGHT>> GOfflPAflY,

.' nicely shared ice packed into tier! : places! tie vagrant: took another will be returned. It i is the moat hl'al- '1; look tempt J

':n a pretty jil.ite. Fruit I't't..f In the clothesline about blajwai. i ing medicine W. A D'Alemberte. lag ? We try .y j MANUFACTURERS AM HEALERS IN

-' ,111I 1 a silver or crystal dhh I.t and sighed.; "Oh. DIY why didn't I j j, to make them ., t ..
i.. and effectively presented. I tnkinotice of dat bicycle on de stoop 1 1I For a Cold in the Head so. But a pudding 'i -. -,. LUMBER LATHS
I before 1 spe7Ct"-l.l'aiiea: : \Vckly. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets. 1 ,
:n"<',11'.1! chilling can l I. > accom- was co
1: !Uf..rehinl; in the liberator.; i --- --- more intendedto /
..:ally, as a course at a supper *he hind seen II Before. The Clft. be looked ill.. SAWED> CYPRESS SBlNGLES-Klin.Driet Sail

the!' effect of s-er\ln oysters An honored archbishop of Dublin In "It is not the cost of n gift," said the 't# at merely than :
:1: S:'ivle solid 1-Wk of lee set on i his declining days when partly par- corn fed philosopher, "that counts so eAj U our stock ,e------- PE .;ACOLA. FLA.
much tha spirit in which it U i""D- -
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i and sunuuiilttl] with :jreenery 9Iyzl"1.9:> wont to creep from his K I Suppose
especially if it happens to be a spirit of you
".': \ ... hilt' when all is said Wff.i house door to :Steplen's green unattended. ,I do what
economy. -Indianapolis Press. you J. GEEKER
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t' i and tiNi much straining! : ,
would do with I
ii'.ul I and striking; service are Tpon one occasion be fell heavily to I .In, That We've T..t"d."DIJt'J the )

:1 ?" .d l tastf.-Nc\v. York 1'ost. tie ground and was assisted to his feet jour hll$1.ln.1forry you about Test it.pudding j I Fruits Nuts, Cigars & Tobacco,
by a bright little gill I. who further of- the mince pies, his mother used to make?" I
I litI'urnNliliii: .nf n Ilonur fared to tee his :grace home. On his I "No; he'always! and everlastingly; No. 9 South Palafox Street.Chri.lJJ:1S .

!lave certain things as a pressing his doubts as to her abilityto brn;:;:'inK; about Ins grandmother's; baked
'I--, that! you cannot do wIth. do so the girl replied: (I l I hash."-Indianapolis: Journal. d'onijs nnd Fireworks.Oysters .

:.",i"t IK purcIi.-iM-il at once "Uu. yes I'm sure I can. My fatnera ; / in Eve-y Stye: Hot Coffee with Doughnuts end Light Lunches.
,''l.h'1.11I tiii'j are the ne- the same every day."-IVarson'a. i iThejneritsd Her 'orner. i W H B B i KW l *-V-W I HV-V* HIHHB>-.I

!11 are fuTi'l In every i Whircicr An Cixk the fir appear urd and the..,it!mm
\ .> II .:re ab .. ':rely iudis't reputation for curing ;'i I I To sin her .iilc or strne to p'cise CIGARS TWO SKL.OONS.
!I' :- the lnva and buli II r with their rompliRiintJ fur ill"',
\ .ant'.t i as i; !i-kly piles, s >res and skin diseases acquired 1 I The one their sites; al! bate.Cbifibo .- _
by DeNVitt's Witch hazelStiv'e : Timw! .Hera! 1. '
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1 -' "t "'e part oru.iitHTlia that can, be of : has led to the m:1king of THE Cl (}NIES FIRsT m MST C HNCE .
I'roMilrnlial ,
.' worthiescounterfeits. Its sure toget Interposition."Here's '
ar tp' of
n a picture a
:r i .I! !U\ a few coveted only DeWitt's tjalve.! : il.lrgi' messace intondfd a portion for you cf the Carolyn.|ire iJi'Lt's" ALL 1 THE[ POPULAR l BRAND3. Ccr Etliiit &Ei DtVillurs i\\ I, 151 7 South Faiaf'i street, .

t. :,i '< <.i furniture which rtiartuacy tduey K'lhn, JohnSheppard I "NotbiLs; tf the sort Clannce." -- ._- ----- .-
'". rtlunder the bend "Yes: Lo ailv-u-s! 'onoDI'I'-1)eII'Oil
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1 > r1.'r! here Is an evt I J I Trie Piess. Choice Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars.
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\< necessity if mik- All r..c tuf"rt" or Huair. j I
t re Is OILl a-tpu- 1'I":>i.:'z.-r. "I\."> trove 1 on the new !!' lien I1"Rlon. Juc TRADE A SPECIALTY.
nt: to invest and J there Siberian! tailiiiiid:! will tiiid all the ('(jill- :1 l'h.r.o-So Miriam wants to le a lied Only place in Pensacola

\. uhi) which want Cms-s- uur'e.I'enei"peYes. :GOLDRII.'TG
you forts ot h.ui. on tie ear* Journeys
I ; ; she hears they in'it.l .
:-t-il.e: Joy \Vhite laVoin- where can get
may In- !-'g. but the trans v\Sl furnish : to organize a (It,<,ambulance corps to you
l ;i inn ion. IlIall'.IC'lurC' I": 'rarl-c. (':;\110'.. barber shops hot : attend funtliall ginics.-Puck.AMint PROPRIETOR i-

and erld ", ::,. r and e\iTj po!'silile convenience I{ the Genuine Tampa .- ... .
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f.- i!:"ir (K i-ni'a'.K; There\ ill! HeI .l'nll.I. ,
,"1 Inure and more cone : :\w pI ;.-..."..rin!>,.aid.! and no charge I. "Kiri: Sol I on:"n's millineiy! I ill!I mutt Made Thos. Pebley I F. M WILLIAMS :
staircase wall with v.;ii! !n- :.air: fir !i-utLi--i,! :11t. !lJtUl'C.l'l'I' have Lean !1olllldhiu; prodixK'Us." ,
t':, "lla": :;ration the Idea Is :,':''; who can S-JHI!. an! 1dn.uaesand I "Ye-. !bet ho tiled in time t>. avnid; the i I
!:"<'!11I other mints of view sc.d-Km! Wrap t1:1'-Ohio State Jonrnai.I ATTORNEY-AT-LA CONTRACTOR AND

t .: '-n..! The clinili.! particunibroken be who averse it may to) be ncci-pting ui.dirstood.tips willlid vvlll This'season there i is a large death ''Re,a i os Havana Cigars p -AND- | BUILDER R
staii-ca-e. I IIIIS is
also be oa the tra us. Any one with a rate among children from croup and REAL ESTATE ACE NT. ; timate3 Promptly Furnished on
: an affair! of minutei.ot -!, l Knt, nd All Other (em- ,
sufficient amount of money can enjoy lung troubles. Prompt action will store Acc >auts
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at ail l cted and I'.fe-n.tltrc-s Made
unpleasant to be thoroughly the seven days' trip from I save the little ones from these terrible When Desired, ; Buildings cf All Kinds
l I
:s Icn.-th
by some attractive
; In St Tetcrsburg to Irkutsk. j diseases. We know of nothingo Choice HulMin I.oti for dale! anl TotUgei&nd ,
: some houses there are I ? certain relief .
,. --- to give instant as Eusmesj Houses far: Rent -
: i :. 'to;...rap'js alone the stair, Chapped hands, cracked lip3 and One Minute Cough Cure. It can
1. :. dd.rIUt.s! twin:; more often roughness; : of the skin cured quicklyby also be relied upon in grippe and all l Money<< to Loan CD I Improved: Real for acceptable Idea

: :.::1:1 tie pictures! of friends of BANNER: : SALVE, the most heal- throat and lung troubles of adults. I r rl Estate Security. nssra State If patented. 4
I "'- ... iiiir ointment in the world. W. A. Pleasant to take. HarzU' Pharmacy THE PATENT RECORD;
D'Alemberte. Sidney Kahn, John Sheppard. Ul Up-Stain Qw Cahi't Grazerr Store, Baltimore Ml fa







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; 4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1901.

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:I CHAXGK OF CLIMATi; c..9..s62,; rz.: ISSUED BY THE '
NEWS t'.e *" iinern state* can !show such a 1H.oKI: His HIP
tTHE DAILY : ;
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.[ t.'; Not Xeccwar/ Cure Ca-an fton I'*!.'* On Pilaf >i l'a'm'rt-

!i. ,!1 Lnt.r'd at tae P\ (ice at Yentar la. T'. new administration entire The popular idea that the ...r..v' Kil>J fly OrUT<< T I'olk-e ZoEQUITABLE\
Fla., a, kOIJI11.tau m ;1Jr. j'; duti'- alder the: mo-t fiV'jribl t
,r ill:. ': .---.- upon care for chr-jais! catarrh i is a char.,!< A fine bay c'.::.'. owned hy J' 'o :

t ;,J ,01".1'3 i'n RlllI11111 :i-i tic Ull'ai :*: auspice The Hoaccul' ffi- climate mitalc 7thte itPilafox ; .. ,
:"' Ont; ; ( A !is a bttta- catarrh Talley running !'/ / < '

$ :i .i'1 ollt"t _. .,:n._ -__ err* '.! the ;porernmest have aba.daiitiy is found In all'dijEste-:, all ; tret thin llidLr g fell an:1 lift noOUnnnLl AQQIIOAUfj[ u:1.t: ; : ;
deiuvnstrated their fliLt?: for 1
I :7a1n PL LIHUWEY section? of the: country ; a': j if a broke its hip. 20.. YEAR >
00. t'.eir! meet: r'.eponsible poritloa- and changof climate !! ...iinF.rfltfor .... .
I' TEE 5EW3 ?lUELIEHhij ; When the horse r* eLd: j3ornana I ;.n ". T r=: '
I .'J-I... pieces+ the confidence and esteem of a time the catarrh will: e-rr.uir.ly: : rei i ?treet about 6:. 0 a colored man ,,:J .--' r..t f.1.., u."f-- 'I.. '

: J.i Terms-lrvariabJir! In Advance. the entire population. The impetus tarn. jamped oat into the Street and mad-
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IjI'' :2 OB Year fcj MmJ M _, ,_. _, .. ....--_-,-, -, Iii i'J1Os ., i'ivfci by the era of good govtrnment tty Catarrh climate may OCt be tie r only*<-Siy: ]way cared to do ic ; the bore ebacge its eoareeo; oddeoly m: GfLr J U WJli ;; Assets- $2 O.CCO.O-j.I
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I. .i>; air l:1fur.ttl:! .. ". ._._ 1 r., and: almost phenomenal ;arowth: itistod:-troy or :e.f'( from tiesystamthe that it fell with great foree oo : '

sf OI! !oIO.1l": .. fA.-1', which: the state has eopycd a=sure- ; catarrhal g'rm' which ; the pavement and could not "o--t upon !U Surplus: 61cr: ,oTi11.ioflly 1-. .
;e V* ..bcarrerye7araxoaia': : its feet ar&ic. : !!- c..C"29..Jc
: cause all the mischief.Tb : .
the continUAnce of advancement
The authorities -tifitd
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jl;!I .:"t4 THE WEEKLY e.t fist.NEWS p"r rear: :, along industrial every prcrress.line of commercial It would and b* povdere lImo*t tr useles--dad atlnent: trash: by making s Is!has!:ahn been a i"firu-i proven;ra1f. :. look and Officer after city Jobns-the aflar.wir were-'ail-d\Va he to ': "\ 1 :; } Conaei, i the lli nest Mal lt! ;V;;

Fob2.tr.! Ps+ nothing less than a miracle sbould neat cure. a- they do no: rcith! the *
!i arcrrr--- woold be impossible; fiat the animal
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-- the change of adminhtratijn cause seat of disease. wacfa is to :-r blood: Being Backed by
to rise, eo fee ordered it. knocked in
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TELEPHONE 118.PE53ACOLA. and can be reached only by aa interuai !
f cessation or hindrance in the the bead and killed i

.. :,. ilft Rrltf F"r"IoEd o.'J J/p/ieafi any material progress ot the state. stomach remedy which the Hood acts thr and u.-h tte '. It emS thai J see Talley bad The t Life \ er\ \

;l-- 4Jtfrli.rg_ : -- -" .. generally.A upon. eystem rented his pair of Ljrrts to M hack- StroDjd Cofflpyio, \ i : .
:4 nian und daring the eight they g -tout
W. MTAIiLlMJ.. new di-coTtry which i*
meeting .. _
t of toY rd and were oat eta yin ------------
:k !; with remarkable Fuccesa in '
: "S'.t this I'opnlar Erpre-.roan IteEttE.froher catarrh of the bead, throat cur.nc ; the cool morning sir when tre- '
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IF1 : li iji accident happened. A white hor-fc KNOWLBS BROS. Gen Agts
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':;4 i I'roinnUon.W. bronchial tubes and a:1) catarrh of ,
: I. was with the U y when it fell bat
the stomach, i-1 sold
ri. McFarhnd, formerly Pensa-; by drn jfisU left the ;
soon: scene. St'
i f ,ii! 2 r.fj JAS. 12. 1901. under: name: of staan's Catarrh Tab ._ ---- :Jon S.Palafox PEXSACOLA.FLA.Ai5 : '
: : cola agent <-l the Southern Express

'" I I, r;H _-_ Company, but at present rout-- agent lets.These tablets which are pleasant That TroL'trtBff Headache \! Fjgrs: Fire iKiritt: : at+ ITS! r.t L twit is!: rin-ri: : : [:-4.

, g. ,jti# THK recent appointment;: of a !son far that company, with headquart and harmless to rake ova their efficiency Would qnicily: leave: yon, if ,von

a cf Mr. Justice Harlan cf the U. ri.euprtme = at Xa2h nll'?. ha been promotedto W the active medicinal I ria. used Dr. Kings! New Life Pul-I .

i court, to be attorneygeneral the important position cf superintendent ciple= of Blood Root, Ked Gum anda Thonsands of sullerers haveprove:i
} f with headquarters at new specifis: called Guaiacol. their rr.atchle-s merit for Sick and Roberts & Dailey
k t1. '.fi; of Porto Rico, while: that: tribe Chattanooga.; which together with valuable antiseptics Nervous Heaeach They make

i t :;j. ; ual !is con"idtring; casts involving This is the third promotion Mr. are combined in convenient. pure blood and strong nerves ar;,1}

,' .. the attitude of the adraini-tration McFarland has receivedii.ee having palatable tablet farm, and as valuable build up your health. Ear to take":
\ f Pea-acold.: He is a valuable man f., children as for adults. Try them. Only 2} cent: Money
:: '::1j toward that inland, has the appeartitics and the Southern Express Company Mr. It.Ferr.back cf Columbus. back if not cured. sold by W. A. Purveyors to the People

: ; :'i cf a cheap anti insulting attEmpt appreciates hi-> worth. His many Ohio says : 1su7eredsomany winters D'-\I 1libert.

: the court, and friends here will be pleased to heart from ,- -- -
:1 u t(; itilaence: : Catarrh that I took it as :a -

I .. .t1't ; smacks of Hannah well-known p his:: 'z' fortune, which is wl1e.H"trt matter of course.. and, that nothing LOi IIUE 218-220 East Wright Street.
woall t. .ta A
cur ohsn 'arfcll.
I i'h:;i 1 I culiar political methods ; but if soj; I dS ; o.lt.. 1*;. \V. Adam** does all kind of I

+ Intended, it will fail of its purpose, i irh i ----- mate wt.ich my bnMne-s aUairs, tin and sheet iron work, ",TOVEREPAIRING. TELEPHONE 156-
.: To accosscdaie tho- who are partial : would not permit me to take. Make? peannt roasters ,

1 :l''f. because M/ Ja-tice Harl n. notthe to the u-e of atomizers: : in applying My nostrils were almost always: polly <-quirrel c
s' ':i i'S sort! of man to bl: 1'0 itflaenced.THE : liquids into the nasal: passages clogjre up. I had to breathe through and CT1.EHI-\G\ a specialty.1 Thankful for pit fav .r-, and particul.rly f ,r flU!' fee :. ;1. : .y; .
.., for f-rit'irr/ifii 'I"JII'I"< *, the proprietors the mouth causing an iLl=med, irritated Leave ldf-f:1: : my hop, 417 North
Ely's Liquid Cream Balm. throat. The thought of eating we respectfully! remind, iurteem-::d patron thit: wa continr.e : :
has prepare earl
'l NEWS already suggestedthe Tarragona: street or drop me a
: : a; :f : : Price including the spraying tube is breakfa-t often nauseated me and ----- 1 every day
: r: formation of a general commit "i cents Druggists, : by mail. The the! catarrh gradually ;getting: into little If. I
right to
ha* a a
:\ I.;;..; tee to be composed of one member liquid embodies the medicinal properties my stomach took away my ai'j.f-tito! piece Everybody of this .Irth. But they, ma-t All of the Latest Novelties :'
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the several commercial of the solid and diz ioc.My .
;, ; each from preparation. (s
: i: it! fight for it. TLf-y mast watch their
{ !"t industrial and ;social organizationsof Cream: Balm i.> quickly absorbed! by drust, : ; advised: rne to try a
the membrane: and does not: dry up fifty cent' box of stuarfs Catarrh chance to get it. :and get: it. In Fancy Omctrie Canned and Bottled Go>x3#. Cereal Pr ':';-:-. J '
T ::1'-: ,:. the city-indudinjr.of course, the: secretions but them Tablet. Thos. C. Watson & Co. I
the changes to because he aid he had o catetsen. Fruit. Nat*. Jellies: Jams, PrecrvePuki _-.
," t' ::1-1'... for the have some particularly tine bargainsto :
J city government arrange a natural and healthy character. many customers who had been I Etc.. Etc. {
r'I ;. enltable: entertainment [>t Governor Ely Br thHs. Warren; St., N. V. cured of Catarrh bv the use: Qf these otter just now, and they iD'.i'e.you i Relishes.
to come a:.d investigate;; ame. : I
nM tablets; that he felt he could honestly 1
::: r : Jennings and his military dur-. bball Stenographer* Organise. recommend them. I took hiad"ice You will never regret Laving done I.i! While All of Our Goods are First-Class
i the carnival. It has been further :
" :' i;( \, Jnir and used several boxes with sO.

t :, :' i'' \ feujrzested; that the same committee An article' Union advocating which { a t r.o.nphl'r in results that surprised and delightedme. -" .-.. --- We have a Fine List of Specialties, some of which are Dove Ilrau Hand I
; i ? appeared Bacon, Ralston Breakfast Food Una: Bi-cui! and !
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with the
1 be charged
:; I might : the columns of the Press mo-t certainly
i t ; for a formal reception meets with the approval of all I always keep a box of atUurt's Catarrh
arrangements
,: ; .:: ; Thereis Tablets: in the house and the --.Our Own Special Blend of Coffee -
to be tendered to the secretary of the progressive! stenographers. hole them
'vii -Should be vi family use freely on the'fir
no rea-on why we not
', navy if he should accept the invitation organized and enjoy the protection t appearance: of a cough or cold EBONK
which has been sent to him to in the bead. S1VIO ; '
of our fellow organization It I is a THE or INSURANCE !
1- 'i''', visit Pensacola, and to Rear Admi- fact that there are many competent With our children we think thereis QUESTION;

I': '. 'Pi \ ral Farquhar and the officers of the'I etenozraphers, who, because thyare Stuart's i nothing Catarrh so safe Tablets and to reliable ward oil as Perhaps ninety per cent of the business men of to-day carry ui"r- !
from the farm
; t.f ;''rl I squadron whether the secretary accepts neighboring poor, came town and are not for.or croup and colds and with older peo- less life Insurance" Time and experience have: so fully demonstratt-J, : '

t' "' or not. But there is no time: to tunate enough to have ple I have known of cases where value of thi form of protection from both a moral and a business t:, i-!
a "pull, are
5'' J< the hearing: had been seriously impaired NOTE point that nothing that could be said here could add to its emphasi-. < .
forced other of
t lose. to resort to means! by chronic catarrh cured entirely ) all the great companies, the Mutual Life of New York stands at the t t..d :
I .jo U support, or work for a minimum salary but in the ...
i by this new remedy. not only in strength and resources amount of ood accompli-: 1.!
after had of I
would the
y ? ',; THE New Orleans papers having : art ---- It appeals; to the public confidence for the following reasons :
: i do better to give the matter of taking shorlhaLd pictured to, them as: the IMG3 FOIL TINE ALXBAMl. It has paid $43.0uoOGO more in dividends to policy-holders than a'h
\ pllnclpal wc..o o ainaintanceand h
t"J: '. i the battlfefehijs to that port a distinction/ / the business wus.u. l'u. ... ..- ::-.=: _....Qaluruay. elr nthfrr I cjjjnpanv.It ." _,,'.1I.JO.JV'..., "luiC.tC-f: .. ... ,...- I
: v ; : i wide berth. The Times-Democrat This: being the we should lend: has 3/JUiJi: (I.> more income yeirlhan oVhlr'c;
,, .... ..-.... .. .i case u.u uuUI4 tO Battalion colors were presented to per any !:-'any.; I
,. t,.) }rl .'t. "" ,', mander rlntlll.h Helfridjje. An In'v"-, U.; H.-N.-, in which" help them.elves, protect them from the battleship Alabama .-3.tur Jay company.It ha paid |19LCt< .i.(..J more money to policy bolderat; ai.V. utI!.'. r
those who know practically/ nothingof
I.If ,. ,'- he said, referring; to the mo-t recent the subject, nothing about business morning at the New York navy Ithastl'iMMJ/xomoreiaforceat home fwherebek-. .w:, tan any .
yard by Mrs. W. H. Brownson, wife FIlREILLY other :
: chart of l Houth Pass, 81.owiott.at; at and who have to re-write letters company.
i k1' times because of their of the captain. Her daughter, Miss, It guarantees larger cash values! in its policies than fczrc
one part there was: only a channel many Caroline made the formal address It makes loans mpany. '
ti of larger : to policy-holders than o:1--- '. -
limited knowledge: : correspondence. Sole Agent. any ; ar.
t :;y. ,. seventy-five feet in width where Come brother, let us hear when the flags were handed over to THE MUTUAL LIFE H THEN :THE ':F- -\\T F- r.
t. s. r there was sullicient depth to safely from yOU. 17TENOiKAI'lfEa. the vessel. The entire ship's company : BE.ST AND SAFEST CO UA \-A LARIS GETSiT'.S_. a' !
jUIcers and band --
took in
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l.- i accommodate the Kearsarge; : the A IERIC.\.

A few dale aolO: blle In the Cotton Kiel A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks. presentation.The ship's crew marched ashore, The intending insurer should investigate for hci ;: '. ,: ...-, .

; I age, I wMfc.kfed& my H-rsonal ojiuiontil I'rof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, headed by the band of the Alabama, ollered. Only a frw lJlInntes time H required to we t=- = : : =-", :: :. :. 1
i-1: !t the situation. At that time I Sand that Vice Piefeident Illinois Woman's and were drawn up on the waterfront who will cheerfully furnish all desired informs:.':::'. J
I Jt, at a comtnaulr ot a battlctblp of the Alliance in of Chamber- of the
speaking navy yard, near the bat .J
l of the Kea,, 1 ,./11 ordered to H. H. THORNTON.
size arga. "I suffered "r'rIII : Age
.. laln'a Cough; Remedy, Fay! : tleship. Commander Badger faced :.
.. come to Ntw Orleans I would b sitat with cold this winter
a severe the men, and behind them were two J
II, ;+l\\ :; in obryingtborder.: My fu.on for sayJ which threatened to run into pneumonia. marines with battalion colors. Near PENSACOLA. FLA.

'1{ f lag hat hat on account ot the condition I tried diilerent remedies/ the colors Hood Mrs. Hrown- n and \lllllisliaitareCo/s s ( ) : ,
1 'I' ? of the 1'an. Th.- Ktar>"rgs l to about oi.- but I seemed to grow worse and the her daughter. In presenting the ;, Go and see Dan Cunningham

':'l J third larger than a'115,1 that conic, toy medicine upset toy stomach. A battalion: colors, con-i-tin;; of the new short-order lunch room corner TRADERS
I f y J Ntw U.I01h" friend advised/ ma to try Chambu.l1iin' national entire and the blu? infantry i P.nnar.a and Tarragona. It's a duy.I"31i' .

a :r1 r hat such a trtmcndout 2ifpIain that .. Orugh Remedy and I found Hi<: Miss Hrownson said : '\ r 1 ) for familie- pecialty.
> JI";! Jot I in my ,pinion she could' oi.ly Lo bandied! it was pl*-a-ant to take and it relieved "On behalf of my mother I presentto La b. let I\. ..! F'_ ,.T.-;,,_, !. ...: '.ialti.nu H'jlwClutter's '

I'., ,i.:t'. ; j t with great d.flicolty_in_the,1'a'sI'lornlarafc --*. me at once. I am now entirely the oillcers and crew of the Alabama : -

.f':1it and Future.it recovered, pared a doctor"bill, thi-e color?, find will you per T' RYE 1
;. time and uJVring. and I will mit me to add mine to her beet wishesfor : _. '.
-, )' The inau;!uralcercrnunieOfGocerror : I never be without this. -plendid inf-d- aplea I ant cruise? May success \. llusic loselAKGr.iT i
.' icine For sale by Hannah attend this !" ,
Jennings ware more largely again. ever grand ship r.1 TT -
attended and more enthusiastically: Bros and all medicine: dealers. Executive Ollicer lladger accepted I",,1'.t" .}I l-i';. ', .:''; (... ; .'r r.: -, IN 1IK: SOUIH.Manafacturers' 3; ligrs.lse lie! C"r M
the colors, the color guard advancedand

:. participated in than any that have For a Cold in the Head received the Hij", unfurling 1 . ,, --- -- ---- f.YR
WEBEr
( f \ t lo h ka !InL
''iC. i taken place for auuy ye'ir The/ Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets. them to_the breeze, and the band "" .-I II"'''''' .v I L :. ..I.. .,-', ,. -. 1: 1'- .\A.-i aent;: forKKANICH&UACH

I .> i fJ] '. .\ t event was peculiarly nificant; of a ------ -- played 1'he :Rtar Spangled: IJ.uiaer.; ., Beit t mil! 1 c':[- rid d H

Florida's political hiJory. -.- 1 In)I'.. C<,riH'' C". :':! ship's crew p.b<:d in review ; :; LKSIEHvp: ,
new eran
f:1: .i ; cf a CfutUI \. Hoyt' Comedy Company, one of returning/ ; to the warship. Onboard air.: \ : pa.SMITH any city f fer to
r--: ;1 For a quarter the rec--iving ship Vermont, ; ttPecker & BARNES::, scic Ey.
1 l.' .l. the elements which wrp.'ted the the lsrgestpopular priced show or Captain anj Mrs.: lirpwnson, MISS! !, I CHICKKRING,
a :- i' dominationhave the road this season, will open thciiweek's Brownson '.nd-severalinritedgu'sts Kil": rScissor r-: SIXGKIt. :: Vie teiiie this VtuSy I

i i state from republican engagement;:: at the opera were entertaiiivd: at luncheon! 1 byi t vr. IJKHUlROWILLAKD -.. i
controlled its; dc=tiniH'. fiucceiiive : liouaeSionday, Jan.: 14th. with the H. C. Tuylor.
admini-trations dominatedby beautiful five act corned Jrainj, ",,\ Captaiu ._ : j : ?. li'.c.: : )In Quarts, $1.00 per qt

Man of The People." This organization Dyspepsia I is dillicult digestion!
thileader.l : <,l 'TO have safelyBulled
has the reputation of presenting due to the absence of natural dijes-j i PIANOS In
{ g the ship rf state through a Cll=s of play that never have live lluids.! Hood's 'apaiilla: restores -- Bulk, $3.00 per gal

1 many a <|jrk whirlpool of financial: been given at popular prices before. the digestive/ powers. .
c ; It buy I!);from us you! that dr ?t w.tb the I -
i if difficulty and factional danger i I II The specialties: given between act All at test\ Prices. t Lcttl/.. '

I ;i.h j Now, for the fir-t tim duriiijr thatperiod : are to-dite.all of a Matinees high order|IWednl new.: day and andSaturday up- Other I'eople'. MLmey.IfennessyLeroyle Tfc.,e i.Hnos are net o'JP".1 fHm'rr.bIJou. TRY IT.= !

: a comparative stranger tt> and a talented ". 1.n s are MI nnddlo m-r. s p odt.You .
afternoon*. allllreconTlneedr.f' this by -.'" illigI'rl.
., the txpl'rifn Itf that trouUlou- - company will appear at the opera .-e*. Terms suit any purf.O :

time aumes: ; till aderhiji l of the LINGERING LA GRIPPE COUGH. house to-night' in "Otlier! People's < \ Kli *, 1'IANO-TO SsKLKtT Ki'(-M ; JACOB.KRYGEK.EIJOTJ ,
Money, a jolly comedy. The story
I i 1 F dominant party, and takes up the a. Vacher,1b70-good street, Chicago i- mot laughable, acquainting u.. Call Lsrly. : BAR.

I reins of zovornmeut so cheerfully say"My: wife had a verysevere with a clerk who elopewith hi- i
f "r 'I .. ca-e of la !:grippe, and it left J. M. CLUTTER'S MUSIC[ HOUSE. ii i
millionaire employer'daughter: ,
}I eurrendeied by the representatives!! !
her bad
} with Hhrtried
cough. .
apr .
who the dt-ir- have wed- 11;.1I1 South Palafi/x Htr -t. ;
I _' If the "old guard.: I bottle of FOLLY'S H< parents
1 ( a >XhY ANUTAU }
ed to atlfJth r-u rich but exceedingly GEO.
V PETERSEN !
r The history of the state' government and it gave; immedinterr-liaf. A distasteful hot dealt r. 'llt<. + ,
bottle cured her cou.'h I
I I throughout the pltrio nam..dl' 50) cent entirely. plan of theelupmerit is carritd out ,
." price 2>c, and uOc. W. A. P I KS--- ) I
1 t 4 ., is written in the record of Florida's: D'Ak-mberte. at the instigation thegu'ffath'rewho : & : Bicycle Dealer. 1
failit discover that his own ,
and ,
extraordinary development preIt ---
daujht is li> hi the heroine of the % !
ht-nt Satisfactory condition. \Vi-f- T.I Tax I'ajors.I : I A'.I ,TF',1t'1IIE }
romance until all is over. As ai incident ir .
admit.i-tration of the state's financial am prepared t > furnish blink to the main story of thy, 5;lay 'RRmbl r. Cleveland anti 1

intcre-ls ana the cordial wU- "Tax l etul 11'*" for your a--5 ment h a ub'pJ.Jt or cvuntn-plot, WhiCh; : Featherstono Bicycles.
of 1'jfjl. Th- law specifies_ that re cleverly shows ho* the coiict-it niij ,, ;
extended t<, new-comer and
lr come turn of prepay for ai e-"iunt, be extracted from man wr o tl.ink- ; L REpairs on All Km fs Done: ar E. > ',.'

I ,l to capital seeking investment have inu-t 1-e maue between Jan. lot Ia.d lie: is more than a match! for all c-m ip Workman.r'CISftOR.S. .

... .. rerulted iu an era of material proptrity -*- AI.rill-t. W. \\' ;jHH'fAIWS, ers. __ : .
% t ?t that i is the envy of 'many 1-Jlw!j I Tax Collector.For : : KNIVES: A N I,1.1\i f ;\

i'' '!, Hannah Bros.. giurautees ever; : MOV.'EHS SHAHPKM: J: !>.
t another southern COmI110n\\'f alt!- all kinds of 'IflJ"n und fiowtCIpd" bottle of Chair.birJain'Cough Iltuiedy .
I whose progrt-s; has failed to keep call on A. II. Morri-on IU3 and will refund the money to !\ Cf.jB01.1cr SorvictI

: pace with (jur-. The populationha rnttthl'alifnx-treet.: j'J&l'J! : anyone who is not r p ati fed after SI'I\lil: r.i\fRAfi:". I l'holl"\I\\.H'I.I-: ; 1: ] : '

increased more than I"'') ---- using! two-thirds of the content Jir-rr'- to the friend of the tbirty'fl i,
This is the best remedy in the world ,(' be-t aud mo-,t refreshing drink I
t per cent ; the aggregate: v.tl-! "Every Cloud Has for la grippe, coughs: ct 1 l.J?, croup you tau obtain! IS 11 ;:o',d, l.one-t, 1 i Of all hint: a :
i nation of taxable property has and whooping cough and i* pleasant! Llway..1'. 'same be-' r. It's only That Tiresome Ct'fO\TES\ b

increased more thin 21i: per cent ; Silver and safe to take. It j n ver.tany mildly ex!iliar.tin;?, promotes cordiality at all sol'lI ,\ ,
ft : a Lining/ tendency of a cold to result in pneu- anl has no after-clap cf insomnia j
the I tondcd debt has been reduced ruouia. headaches or Cough I prices. Easy term Mm
,
l1au5ea-pr.)
u.a.: .W) tt> Ui3.V': e), a dillerr The douds _._ _.
bid Llo
I from cf (>d cr.tdryinga -- -- videdof course yet a pure ana Jul- May: be quickly relieved : ton $ Finch.

:i encof 3 G.\II:\< ) or more than 2; percent r.tJ1"'k.rity while instead of JlooTuO; + ; in the! call at Dan Cuuningham't new rt-staurrut.cnni'erltnntlna bear meets all the apfcifieationa enu I
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f ; srecrh: r'r.: /-1 e : '' It :s: JfYJ.f: awl Tarragor.a. of our
: -
,' l hiking funds, there i- now ?:!I2 ;5iO. Sol" .J.l. A") :,:', G'ca.et ,t cj'Ir'nt ::. Fau-ily meal orders a ".peculty. iterated above. SMITH'Et'CALYPIUS? I C. A. WALES & COIn

1:: t and of the bonds.ont-ideof'hei'ink- lC1 di-f-'c- i.t ,1.. ''t'I"I''S: fbla.J. t -": :h lOjlw V. J. VIDAL, COUGH cnn I -t":11Il! I -

I .r" ; jug fund?, S-'ll.Tt'-t have been pur- : J Saar _tx cr J."._,.. such little pills! as DeWitf Little

l ': chafed and are now held by the Early Risers fore very t-ily taken, : GlAll:8 i IS WafS, ua30 L C GArt8. m.C Prepared only by i Wood and C D al.

.1': several tate! educational fund, ;}(bo lj Sa a a and they are wondeifully effective I
liver and bowelHargis' and V LHIIH We "- ctfuIy .
leayingonly l'.iO.MW in the hands. ofIf j iu cleanii.p the: Kuhn.. -: r. Government Tarragons, P. 'r Fh raacist p !* 'mop \-f;-r i. rat
Sidney
Pharmacy.
li f individual owner: Few, If any. of 1ia'11 1 John; Bh' tppani rHONEI.1t; X.. 7 'H. Palafox '?t.. Pen"acoa. Fla. Off e'.r.a\nr P-:- I

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., :iill". Mayor awl Council. ;ntr hereafter piovided The .h...- I sent the Major Pro Tent as heteinbefore hands of the Treasurer of the City

..(.t.,. nail bt depositeditu tit: I'n shall be a Lousehoidei and tlllllif.I'II'] provided hall picMd-1, The 'I Said departments shall not divert the

ih. 'ouipuolitr shall at- voter, and shall have resided in the Acting Ile-corder shall let'eiv'e th"ioiders sum set aside by the Major and Colin

i 01"! 111 .... 1:1? 01 Council and fin'iii i City of IVnsaeol.i for the five vearsimni"datelj U'- salary while serving I I c il for the purposes of the department .

he t .I./!!' il v> iti such inloiiuaiiou1 I : preceding his election ) Sec. Ij;., The Judge of said Court i for which it was levied

ii ut".. i'"titie tout hing his depart : lie shall have power III :appoint such :shall n,'ver hold his Court out of the? !i Stc. 78. Whenever: any written ('onIra't

., .t. 'l.iu I'-I 101 mall>" OUiel' ;
suiteect j[ loom provided by the Council as :11 i is made by any department

d..d may he prescribed by1i ]i City Court 1'(1)1nnll'!;!; said 1"1I'11'1 shall be executed under the seal of

.. Aldermen He shall give; Itond in a I!'cannot b- lueel. 'I the corporation. and be filed in th

',' U<. -hall have the custody'' slim to be fixed bj ordinance for th> : I office of the City Clerk, and a copy of

< ; .. ui. the public Kiu.ii. 'faithful discharge of his duties. His j Clerk. | aid contract shall be transmitted to

". :1.. a--. oiints., the original : salary shall be fixed: bj oidmance. ti 1 S.v t.C The Clerk of the Yogi! '*, :, the Comptroller for record

i .i: 111.1.. es ur the CouiKii. all i and Physician. Court shall have the qualifications, Sec 7't. N'o member. officer or emi
City Attorney I
ji ,i < ,.,i ;,i is iiui herein nquireuli !i
and take the orth. and give bond re ],I ploy of a department shall be direct
*.i it. \\ alt slid! lit't' ls See 'V There shall be elected b.- !, 'iuitcd of the C-ffrk of the Circuit iy or indirectly intctested in anv cou'tract .

'Jtl' it:;i "I s ah relate to the tit." 1 the ('wlI1dl. iaim"i'iati! upon the ,t.- :j I Court Said bond, and the renuisitestuetv :! or wUl'k' any kind whatevei -;

II. pi ,>i" It.of. the City, all official !' !wl1ll,'in:: of the new board; H City At- I IhE'rt'l1lfhall, be approved by''I done under its ducrttion .

'. 1.11 Hoots, "!" situuty boncb. torney. wheydi'tv it shall be to give the Council. i f i I
?'T. SO N'o money shall oe paiii
i 1ulll' .' MI ouls, papers! aid legal advice to t1I'Iayor and theCotnwil
; S, Hi. The Clerk of the Courtmay : at any time, to any person i .Ialminlnd..r ?
H.101 aloe as are hot requiriiMiiit and all other officers and ele
j jpirtmf
other'' J administer oaths aClerk of tin- 1 \ a contract with the Citlntil
.'a Aitli all., 'nt" of the City In th" disthaige'I
,, Circuit Couit. and he hall be sltbjt'.tt'J i suit h per'on shall have first filed with
> iu inch shall If registered i i iI of their official e'utieIf requested he
I | the same fines and penaltii Tor I the board his statement under
lie' j
: e.ateb and contents shall give his opinions; writing, an.11 .
|'neg.ect and violation of his duty hp.may I oath disclosing the names of
person:
!
,lli| I.'nif.r ali copies oft 'the-' hall lie prefrv-d for rffeicncei't i
be prosecuted punished or removed directly or indirectly interested in the
:..il! i.o' maeiii,. lecejids and ,, 'htii he his duty to pioseeute analdeft
uifto lit th.,1 j' in such manner a-5 herein pn contract or the profits thPicot, deelarI
I .1- as may i > nd all snit for.it:(] against '
1 \'i.II" ding that Ito persons, other than those
: I
Him 11 or JKT O i, and City anfl to attend to siuh other legal |
j Sf, 07 He shall receive frcs i named are interested and that no
!litto inuiviiluaK fur the : business as may b" prescribed by th'1 1'\0

,. llw <_ hv "".11 ttes a.min'. Co'ineil His! I'alar.amI. term of of :l: vvl.ntever, but he shall be paid such I person fOl"lJilrjLy this act has ant

"d Ii. Illume. He shall;i sett'e"nert.- shall be charged v.itV ,: -afar and may appoint snrh deptitios, |' interest in the same.

''such :i he be allowed by ordmai'-e Sec. ,1. N'o department officer 01
.1'.' : of ail iontraels in bit tin oil"ted bills as he cots I' as may

.! 'I.. public officer who has I have collected bv distraint of the (| His dcputl' shall Deceive no fec-s nut II tmio.etheieof. hall have power to

,j':1 \. piet;. g.Kids: of th" dl'lin'lil.'nts: and he I shall n-ctive fIt( h salary as may b.' hind the City bv any contract or agreement

Comptroller shall be I han 1" subrogated to the lights oft (! allowed them by hr. I or in any other way. to any ex

.. >..ian ui ah original oitn, the City III'ou.h uncounted bills. Sf' IN. In case of a va ancv in ;titnt beyond the amount of money al
I ts. spid Clerk's office, the Mayor shall fiJlI I] iealj appropriated b; ordinance f,>r
'
.ii i resolutions as signe" .y .-c. 'i' The Tax Collectei" elia'l ,
I *
(i iMi'h vnc-iiney with the consent o UlfI i jI thjl1ll'l'JSI' of the department uncle
...j 1 aite-ted bj Clu I.. an I not u--'' or in any manner couert let : '
(I
Council the ( ontiol of ,aid boards
I. minute bOOks of Council :'s j ji jbi<\ own use any money or cither thing I|1
Sec (:9. The Clerk of said Court
Set. t:> official who shall
i -'. C'irk. and when nee ,':*sar.i I i'f value belonging the City an.' f ; Any City

.. .\ 'hall cause all due publica- i be does he- and his sureties .shall bet i;i ij r may. be allowed sue stationery a" marI Issue any bond! certificate or warrant

II t. hall h! :.iid pies in j liable far the same with interest, and i|j ib I ),< ivc'-svary fur his o'h"e. but it shall for the pa.mcnt of money upon th'
.
obtained throueh the City buver.
ill. I- all l'I'II'ri ot the City. [ he shall be'lilt, :' of Moiv and, 'ipcni'corviction. : City beyond the unexpended balance '"

1 'oiuiitioli*'i' shall act as .,i>: atilt -,. shall be confined in th' : "pplies. are obtained by '.'ther a3\\ If anv appropriation made forIi'll

mil a Tax :\.-.bt' .or in fleeted'I'K I p"n't rtiarv rot less than one ) ear 'ipal ofSce-rs purpose, or who stall attempt to bum
I See jl The Clerk hall attend :
.
the
City bj contract agreement
oi
pio\i:ions of this act. an.l j nor more than five 'l'ars.
of the Council and make leeeTd '-
('.ty Council hall ckurmine h.. i meetings in anj other vaj. to any extent beyond
..u llin'olt' vvl-tu an Assessor!! Assessor I of its piocec-dings.: attest all ordinances i the amount of money at the timealready
'
and le-solnticns for PI or md :
appropriated bv ordinance tosuch .
ti.ii'' b> He ted.hil< acting asi I ?,.c :t 7. There shall be elected bv' also for after the 'on
I publication
\-tsrr hei j i- hereby given all the ''. tl.f. qnahnVtl vo *-rs of the City. at the i I 11'0:1'r has affixed the seal of the Cil 1'-1 time unexpended purpose, and. shall remaining be liable at th to
i ;hor:t atoll of Assessor ,
} I'1'1' ast .-m" fnv and p'.re! provided for the and he shall act as eleik forri.
I. forth in this att In all matt HI; election of Major, an As-=sor. vvho-' MivorSec any person Injure thereby

:" iMiaumsj to t.:",, d"tws of Assessor 1 Duties I it shall be to assess the taxable J 7 IThe Clerk of the police' I IJ j I Sec S3 N'o other contract, when
I
ii"h.ll -in all o'Bua.! papers and be : > of the the .. Ihw xpemliturr is to p\eec p;* p< itv City in man court shall, for thI. f <>f acid ,court i i
de..igiai<'d as Acting Assessor. !! flee hall be fixed bj the Council not ('ailc"ter. in a took to be kept for }jelled dollars shall be r.ade w ithol:'
: t the approval of the Mayor and the
to exceed 10'ar,;
I* that a list of all cases,
Treasurer. purpose l'a\-1| Council! If supplies and other form
-j : Sec 5s'j The Council shall elect ing sufficient space on the 1\1:1 r ofj :

:" "J There hall b{? elected by : a City Physician for the teim of two I Uaid look 01 following each case forthe I jof personal property are to be pui

:' i:'I'll vot"is 01' the City at tin : years, who shall pi form Sill 11 dimesas judge to note \\'Itatt'\'l'r orders I chased they shall be i> irchas.d h v
the :
Mayor
subject to the
I
..::>! plan'povtde>d for tl't ,: the Count il may piestube for sucn '1 n'ay h., made tl.er..in Said book provisionI -
this
act
M or the Major, a Treasurer, :!: ..or..llt>l- tion a : the Council may lix. '! shall bo krown as the judge's do ket I I I I

I' it -hall be1 to receive and'i I i land it shall be the duty of the judg- { Sec'. V4 Excepting the Marshal and

: :.< \ of the City, and ray Police Court.S to concisely note therein in ink allorders :! 'hief rrd assi'tar.ts. all persons noweninlotcl

..n t'!' v.i.iants drawn : C. ">!I. T-ere: shall be a Recorder I Itr and judgments: in each ('al'E"1an'l in said departments. and

i ::-i : ,,,i-irerfignfil hj I'oiiet .lihlRe elected by the City to daily sign hisJamt' at the foot I per:ors who have been employed in

1 .. ;a .t herein proto ',.' 'otiiKil bitnnial1 at the first mec-tini of the ,:aY'j; ducket_ No oi.'er or said. tp.utpients!:; during the past fill--

1" "'t..:rig the City held after their lei tuxi i jud :;in 'nt of said court shall be modi ,'; i i-, 1'1 ,'i':y oil'er or employe pall

." "', or agent there j tied .t'\ aside, or annulled e>.i ept in j jcolit '11.-: the City Shall, before appoint
Se '. M The Recorder shall h,' i
': n1; j,,' '. lo.in,:, sal.laities .' : during the regular: hourof the 1] mer.t or "-election. have thefnliovvins;

!In t,1 JI '- or 'pnf'iabij' a pi art Ling lawjtr. His I court and bv the judge; who tnedjthe ;! gush:cations: 1-'ir'I-II must real

'." .t n, (| in the (e i nlif.ryhall lJ,' fiord b; ordinance, to ( r,.-p, except as provided in sec I Ilion j i':I and write correctly the English Ian'guace -
h" paid as far as possible by dO'Ket
I '. : :: "Ii a weep. s", of this act No order or judgment cpront0 must pass a satinfactory

nl.I,. II t i-" p: ,'!. d ',y an ordi fres of $1(1'1 assth'td against each shall be modifi, set aside oi examination on the oulmanci
: criminal convicted, the dehcuuej to : of the City inIr'h
'01' :"- Hi- I'; ,i.i.;ions ofIM annulled except on motion dilly madei parts as relate to
1 '
!" made rp by appropriation made by i the duties
of his office
I "" our i"I:!lOTnplird i i court witi-in three days from Third-HeI
'thl' Council! His salary to be paid !. in op'-n !I
must be at plant
,
r l' f. T..Il1rel'.s elutje the date on xvhich the judgment or1 twtntv-one years of
., .. ... nonthlv._ i j I ,'ace -'II1'rlh-1I1' must be of aoun,1health
.
tJ: 1". ,. t: u'b to th- [, order was entered. Said motion must
:' ;i:i'I! y"'- two ieceipts mi" Sec. C1 Said Judge hall have ju-I' be accompanied bv the \\'rith'n'I'a- and sufficiently strong to IH.

tl-. ilaIpaying an'! -isc'ictmn in all cases of violation of I' sons therefor. and the gionrds: for active anti ab'' to discharge easily hi.

'1. ?ptinl.: r. Mini shall ,nimkipil ordinances occurring within '; modifvir.p setting aside or annulling I duties and Fi'th-He must be a redilent ,

.. i" it't itnil." fioinKu the corpora.limits of the City as i ipr.tviled i! saul order 01 ig-nent. shall be stared :i and qualified voter of the City.

i..' w'i," .. '"( onat eioditIi. h. ordinances of City, and i' briefly and accurately bv the Sec. .S4i_. The City Council mat

.. Ii.: '' ,'II tini. s IKii. halt impose penalties therefor con, i iistPtit 'julge-: of the bench and recorded by provide a manual of instruction foj -

:>'' .'ctio'i itf TilpIa 'nr with the (City ordinances! and1|i the CI"rk 1 in the order b".V of the !j the study of persons who wish 10

'. : or :,' M',"-iil..". of'th-1 the ft"t1.'"-. of the State.', with the |court' acquire the rcc essary kne>w ].otl-.. of

I I?. sh::I' i- 1rtt the hal- ne e':-.tp' power to carry into efteiti! Se 7:.' The Mcr-lial shall act as I the said ordinances and charter

'''ir 'tit uik to the h" urisdiilion civtn; If bonds l>e'PI '" officer of the police .:court or he- may I j I I See. 11">. The Marshal Supennten

I lie h-oii i KIV. bond for I tp.itid of the ac'<'ud to appt.r.' andanuir. details m. tuber eif the police for J[ dent of Public Works and Fire Chit

I. 'r..rn ii, 01 hs dntif-, taid Court shall have the'' such s, niceri his absence I j I shall, with tl:' approval of the Major

: 1y 1" 1:1-1'1' and the ) T'\\- r to order the Lond to be : Sec 73. It shall b,' the duty of the i appoint all subordinate officers and

T' .: '11' r 'Ld;1 '>f pat.11 i in sera sum as it may dire d. Per !]: Marshal or his detail to be present at I I'eirplo-e-s tattler! th-m and remove th,

"""n t1'!,. ( 'd'nnii may so;.s arrested m.df a chaise; of crime !; the sessions of the court to uiaiutan: I, employ plta-ur<., provided that
mast be presented to the Court fnl'l j I I
1 i order therein, and to perform all other MI rniplwe shall be remove-d for
po-
Tix Col'''*or trial within \\n'nt\foll hours after I <<< Olin tlUl f'\;. subject to the directionsof litieal c':m?<'s. Interfi>mice in ,lee ,
i arre'-t. uuli ss Hur.dav intcrrmes 1| I
1'1,i tr t'l! ,. the couiti" tions bv any officer or cmplene Sha'1
-i 1. e -
'I.J bye Set i... In all ca-es of drunkennes., j 74 If officer or deputyof
1 c. any Ilw ea'iso for rp1l10\aJ.
'J- "' '" ('in ;.! the l, or disorderly (conduct in addition toi i 1

i' ,. pi" ...' f,,' ,'". ,'i,',' imposing a tine said Court hoi S.IM tomt shall without legal See 8'' ,Ml powers conferred upon
may
\1.: > II I T.> .. ( '"'i... ,, wht'1 the offender to bail in a sum not ex i use. fail the or neglect duties for e-r.e ,week Ilc t'X-1 I the I'onrd of Public! Works as at pre
I" 0\1 ptrf-irm provided rt'
r
; t.ixt -. i i'I e-nt ler-istiftitee'. shall devolve
ml h" oeding";i) h'lndr'il du'lars to 1"1 n'r.1 upon
:. ,. .. o' to 1.1' up any book docket or
1'm the
1011', Superintendent of
Tr4 Public Work-.
a" the p"ac or to be of good
1 !I. :. H,. -.all .. 'I l.dla'IIII'1 ord. as required bv law be shall beI i cx'ept as hipowers are herein IimiteMl
,
ito for any length of time not rx i I
,:. ,'. I ubje t to a fine of twenty five dollars !
tli .
( in" p olli f i I MX monthor the Court ma. mpo-r Arcl all power of the Board of
taeh the offense lo'itirii'' i
i '.1' m day s, I
-'iowing .
\tri j I" :s,'?? h\, ,', l t anff officer of said court
deputy
tint or
1. \.k .. ,
\
".:J'I th n nvsne : tl :Marshal except as l.'s
t orfentli fail to give bond or fall power'sare
4 oho shall in the conchi of Ins ot'aVto
'
'- I., a pdt; and th" i| to pay the fine. he shall It.. forthwith herein limited
that which is forbidden bv law ,
II"! I. lee. ..ipt:. Heon'hi omniittt and shall in Sec 87, Whenever
\ ,j I' tokept Cit' in aUf'xl"lIn
". V' h: beFiibjeet to a like fine for each .
m !'; reports of all j i tny until hail be given or until tlvf '
.''id dav s offenseand.. if the offense bvMpe.'tftl Work-
i i ments to tht' !;in1 fix"-rl bv the j-idiiiHiit shall havexpit I are mentioned thev
if the
L or delinquency con-1 '
shall !H- publish vrit'if d. and the fine be paid or satistie'i ltal1. after their electf-m or appoint-
'
tmtif two wf''ktilt' offender shall be
"' : ';- < f Coumil! He -hall bv labor as provided) b:; lav liable to said fine, and also to imprisonment I tnent. be construed to apply to the Suprrintendent
''i rite
faithful
performance lie shall have the tame jurisdiction of Public Work and
I not exceeding sixty davs
III h,' ihn :
approved bv the criminal cases as is now conferred ; City Marshal in their respective .a

t'."tuil. 11( shall keep ''l ;' law por. justices of the peace Appeals. paritiesSec. .

'I't ..counts of his officer \Vhen a pri-oner shall be committed II SS The first election under
'" .. clay be 'I'rih..1 I jbv t'> Recorder S-c 7"; Wilts of error mar *tetaktn this
pi the
e to county jail to ( act shall be held on the frTuesdav -,
"' 'n the absence of any I await* th" at lion of the criminal (court fr'.m the decisions of said courtto i in June IfeOl. and subsecji.ert

'. "',. nts. the Comptroll, r, 1 the usual docket fee of one dollar shall the circuit court, as now providedbj ,, chxtions shall be hold on tin.

of tilt finance I'ofltml', be c barged; to the County of Ks.': statutes, for like proceedings from same diy every two }'ears thereafter .
t"! "' tmllia'i I
"ibe the manner of 1 statement of such fees shall sent j( justite's ot the peace courts. vhf' f'If> 'tilllShall_ h.. .
( nnn __ _tit-l/, __ nn.......tcp.. '.v"
"I i 1 iois and account. and bv the Comptroller to the Board of'': : fisting laws
., ", .. ; General Provisions. I governing state elections.
i ;, "p. "'I' "'""II perform :'11\ I ('ullllt'OtI1tli:: lol1"rs once each; j land the City, Council shall have th-

: ."' "'. 'nit.'d I hv law He shall month. and shall be allowed and paid Se-c let. It shall be the duty of the [! same lowers and perform the same

.1,' > appoirt. with the ap bv them The Clerk of the Hoard of : Mayor. ,assisted by the heads of the I duties in respect to same as are cxer

!f i ." Hoard of Aldermen, .' (Countv Commissioners shall once vanous departments, ,viz: The Mar. cased and! performed by the County

f .Ii. :is may be allowed him t W'h rionth, furnish the Comptroller rfial. the Mipermttmlfnt of Public'I Commissioners In respect to state

"" The Tax Collector and ,i with a statement of all ft'f's'o paid Works and the Tire Chief ia their I Il'f'.tions

J ''"- -',.tll be paid ai annual I and the \impiiollr shall deduct their resp-etive departments, to submit to i|

f' fM-d IA the ('(lHlldl. For amoi.nt from the siiar.. of the Record the Council annually one month before Revenue.

'"- deputies he and his r - is understood
that hilt
,,' 1 b.' rt'-I"ln'ihltIll InI I I pool 13In: the trial of cases ari minute report on all things under his |I for the a
assessment and collection of
No
Tax Collector shall' ing uiicler the ordinances of the City, supervision or (.(1Itrol'itt an. estimate .
'. '"i .111nfil"t.. : revenue.vi'l be submitted to the Lei?'
I under this the piO"e-edmss and practice of th" of the amount of money requir 'I i'latn'I'
and
the
'11' committee
he has accounted with Ceunthall be such as may be clttcrm ; td for each department for the ensuing that suggest
U
it : embodied
in the Charter
"i H\
collections and obtain '!iinnlbv the ordinances fiscal '.
with
of the City. .ar. stating as great ; See. 1,9
,
"'< He ] Section 29 to 152: inclu
hall stttle his ac 'iSubi'ft to these limitations. the particularity as possible each item E'e" of
i Chapter 4313 of the Laws of
'rt'
; the Comptroller and'Muds:.' of haul Court shall have authority Itheieof ,
Florida
approved May 27. 1S<>5. enti
ill 'er directions of th" and power to adopt rules and regulations ties. 77. It shall be the duty of the tied An .
''.- Act to Provide for the Creation
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ntee. on or before th"1'vie I for conducting the business Mayor and the Council, in their annual of the "

in each venr. for the !'of :>aid Court. and to enforce the same I levy of taxes, to set aside such sum I, hall be City of Pensacola etc

v1.!i< h bills hive been placed!Jbv' ptoits., of ontcmpt. He shall ain their judgment shall be necessarv ; feet und remain in force and tf:
.
for <'oll H tion for the have, all the powers necessary to try' j anti advisable, and the amount ; All
acts or of acts in conflict
; 'r inch his i parts
fault a ouiet'i- : the cases under his jurisdiction Ho !. to set aside shall be? carried to the with this
""f : I act are hereby repealed.
held
bv aid colleetofh ma>' dmlnit.'r oaths and shall be ? ; r. ,.It of the several departmentswhen This
act shall take effect immediately .
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Councilhill, bv res general conservator of the Ill'a'e : collected respectively, and shall I

t .'I''a. ant the office of Sec 64. In the event of the disqualification l! not be diverted from said departmentsor '!the upon Governor its passage and approval by

and the vacancy shallh or absence of the Recorder used by the Major and Council for

< Council bv viva vocen from any cause the Mayor shall i any other purpose but the same shall I JOHN C. AVERY.A. .

: 'xpired term In his preside and if he is disqualified>d or ab-1 I remain as a separate fund in the C. BLOUXT, JR.,
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SUPPLEMENT. Pensacola, Florida, January 12, 1901.

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AN ACT Sec. 10. All ordinances shall t-c I I. and so. seriatim. The Acting Xa'or'l I constructing of public war

ITo published in a newspaper published while serving, shall receive compensation walks.
Provide a Charter for the Govern-I in the City once a week for four equivalent to the Mayor. i Sec. 41. Whenever any wmkbe

mint of the City of Pensacola. and weeks Sec. 2,>. The Mayor shall take office : done for the city which cant

to Provide for its Officers and Their Sec. 11. AH official papers proceedings on the first Thursday after the performed by the regular emplov
and records of the former first Tuesday in June, or as soon the City the Superintendent ,,'
Terms of Office, and to Provide for I
officers and Councils and Commissioners thereafter as is practicable his predecessor lie Works shall prepare s pee ;it::. -
the Support and Maintenance of and of the present and succeeding I acting: until he qualifies. and plans and tile with iii'? <

said Government and Improvements 'officers Councils and boards of the Sec ::j. It shall be the duty of the j Clerk. The Clerk shall sit on ,

of Said City. I City, under previous (charters and under Mayor: I lish a notice that the plans ai. .
i this act, are hereby declared pub- j Fit st. To vigilant and active in j and bids will be receive d! \I .' I .
He it Enacted by the Legislature of lie records and as such shall be preserved I causing the ordinances of the: City and j time ti be fixed by th.I..!\ II' ;
the State of Florida : i and be entitled to all faith and | the .aws of the State to be executed bid must be accepted I h\ ili- "r

;j credit of public records. Official j and enforced. j Aledrmen, and after ac ;jn .
Section 1. That the inhabitants of }icopie.i thereof may !>.. reii-l in alii i Second.To communicate to t heCouncil. modification in plan or sp ,<

tinCity of Pensacola are hereby Courts as public records. The Court- j i at least once a year, a state-1 shall be made without the ,
, created corporate by the name an of the City of IVnsacola, with I I of the ordinances of the City, I of the affairs of the City, and i Sec4'. AH contracts v
the power to govern themselves oy i and the printed copy officially also such information in relation to City shall be signed by the > wand .
such ordinances and resolutions for I pUb-I Council from 1. in duplicate ant t1' ,
lished by the City. ma be read as the same as the may Mayor
inimiciiial purposes as they may kern'I dence in any trial in which the same I time to time require. retained by the City shall b. ti
proper not to conflict with this act may be competent evidence without I II iJ Third. To recommend by message recorded by the Comptroller .i"
nor the Constitution and laws of this i J.I! proof of the due pa'1H1' and approvalof in uritinq. to the Council nil suchmeasures I to puiiHc ins l't>d ion .
.State nor of the United States, with.! said ordinances. Until the publication conneeted with the affairs Sec. 43.: The Sitperint--n.'' .

power to contract and be contractedwith of the ordinances of the City a of the City as he shall deem expedient. I Public Works shall receive -.i.-

; to sue and be SUt'cto Cf.f.r.dand I certified copy from the Comptroller's not less than $IO 0 per year tn .
be defended in all Courts toacquire office of an ordinance may be read Fourth. To fill, with the consent of I creased in the discretion of t'i H
property for municipal pur- ![ with the same effect as if it had been I the board of aldermen all vacanciesI of Aldermen and to be- paid! in m .'
po"' es by purchase or otherwise; to .'officially! published. in executive and ministerial cilices 1 I ly installments.City.
hold the same and all property and I I Sec. 12. Members of the Council I not herein provided for. He ,blll.1)

fleets now belonging! to them eitherin i[ shall be exempt from serving on juriesj with the consent of the board appoint i Marshal

their own name or in the namof I j and from military duty during; tluirIterm. i the City Clerk. I I ISe S--e. 44. A City Marshal I.elected ..' r
nthvs. to the use of the City for thepurposes .! For any thing said in debateI i >c. 2" He shall exercise a pen I '
for two years at.i< !II
and intents for which ticsame I!I they shall not be elsewhere ques- II I eral supervision ovtr all the executive ) lection as provided in tin-- .1 t '. .
were granted or use. manage, improve, sell and coaITM I!I Sec. 13. No ordinance shall be ,' :and se that their official duties are j Mayor.Sec.
\.Y. or lease the said property until shall have been read He l 4: The Marshallull\ '
| passed it j I I honestly performed. may require j
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and have the like rest charge and control of t'i. \f'
powers over proper.hereafter
in full three times and free discussion from them statements in writing concensing j
; acquired: to have a com- I force subject to the sups n'
;
| allowed thereon: and no ordinance I the discharge their duties i
mon seal and change it at pleasure I the Mayor. In times of n' i '
shall be read more than once on the l'r. 29. He may, by a written ori -
seal. riot disorder the '
md act with or without same day unless by consult of two- !I i der. giving his reasons therefor, re i or spiltthereof
See. 2. In said there shall l.e the Marshal and >";
City )
from office head of
thirds of the members present.Ser. 1! move any a department -
a legislature, ac f'Xf'Cutian(1 a ju- be subordinate to the Man:' .m
J 14. No member of the Council, or other officer or employe appointed
dicial department neither of these i during the term for which he ware by him. A copy of said order obey his orders and direition .
departments shall exercise any power j! chosen shall be eligible to any office, I shall be sent to the board of aldermanat lutely and without question >
Pl'oTII'lly bt longing to either of the I of said unless tat ion.Sec. .
by appointment or by election its next meeting: such or
others. except a s permitted in this j Council. I der be disapproved by the board of 4t:. The offices and II';"'
rt< t. I! Sec. 15.: All officers or agents of tV !| aldermen within thirty days said order of said jiolice departnu-m ,hal i,
Legislative. City, in any of its (}t'pal'tmc'nts.not. :! shall stand. He mav suspend SI all the common law and -I.,' 'I ,
.
gt't':1. The legislative power of herein required to be otherwise I'1(>l't'l any officer or employe of the city for' powers of constables e-xcfpt t"
aid City shall be IE the City ed or appointed shall lw elected cause, provided he files within twenty- purposes of serving civil weir >

::;('(- 1. The City Council !counr'i1.1 apointed in such manner a-i may be t'four hours for action of Council writ Se47.. The Mayor ma> .11
composed of nine aldermen prescribed by ordinance. ten charges and convenes the boai'l of need appoint special poll '"
-. lee ted by the qualified voters of each i Sec. 1 Ii.All officials, elective or a plpointi.I' within forty-eight hours for the pur- special duty at any place with a.
toting precinct as now I'stabliEht'd.1] except as herein otherwise | poseof considering same. City, and on such terms is !h<
and one at largo by the C"nl'ral'ot(, ; specifie-d. shall be removable by a two" Ser. 30. Except a resolution to adjourn. deem proper; and these "p- i.i' .
of all the q'IaIifit'd'otC'r of the City. thirds vote of the Council. Charge, every proposed ordinance or men shall be governed by th.ru'es .
llverv voting precinct that may here-1 which must be writing, may be preferred resolution which has passed the Conncil and rt>j:1I1atlonnll -f:

after be n m-I j! shall be presented to the Mayor the towers and duties of 01
lie entitled to two precinct aldermen.I I tiers of the board or >by arty five property and if he approves it. be shall sign it. liceman.Sec. .

Sec 5. Precinct members of the I taxpayers, who are qualified vot 'I. and then it shall be obligatory; but if 1 4S. No office-r. or \I"

Council shall hold their office for two ers. Such barges shall be filed with I I he disapproves it. he shall return it shall be called on for any ",..
ears, the aldermen at large for four I, the Clerk and if filed not more than I I with his objections in writing to th..1! or assessment han}' nip
five days before a regular meeting boarl. and said board shall then
ears. Aldermen shall not he I I reconsider I officer or member of said |>t'
iilo.u-d tiy the city in any ('a t'm-I shall be considered at that meeting.or I I the same and if two thirds i partnifnt shall be allowed "
1nor be directly or indirectly at its adjourned meetirs, and if I of the members elect concur in adopting any contribution or f-iuds. 01 '
"-ted in any contract with the <* int"r-I more than five days shall intervene it again it shall be obligatory ; but : any tickets or to procure un- '
in any application then''or. nor before a regular meeting, the Mayor !I in such cases the rotes in the board devices !
by any from the pub "
.lidate to hold any office or employ- I l shall call a special meeting for their i iI i I shall be taken by yeas and nays, andj !I f'Pr"o'1''lrJItin the >M-i<

mi nt for pay in any company or cor I consideration for a day not exceeding i j recorded in till' journal. Should the I I this section shall be guilt pn> ot .
!oration whil h holds, or is an appll- i I f>vidays from the filing: f-f the ( Mayor withhold a proposed ordinance i meaner and shall be puni-h-.1

ant for any contract with the city -barges. Such charge shall specily :i lor solution beyond the next regular j fine not exceeding one huii'In ,
under which money will be paid by i the offence intelligently..(' board 1 1i I meeting after its presentation to himit or imprisonment for a period .
the city. No person while in arrearsto '| shall by ordinance provide for a reasonable shall he obligatory as if signed.Pec. | coding two months, or h\ I".1
the city shall lie: a member of the i notification of the at-roused I 31. The Minor may disapprove i land imprisonment.See. .
Hoard of Aldermen. No person who .![ and the subpoenining of wit nesses.The I II | of any item of items of any bill I
.
mav have been elected as an alderman I accused may be represented! by making appropriations and the part 49. No policeman "i, .
officer
shall .
be allowwid.
shall be permitted to take his an attorney law. and the City by; | or parts of the bill approved shall be
-at until he files an affidavit with the its attorney. The board shr.ii fill all the law and! the item or Items disapproved I consent of the Council in I'al h ,'

City Clerk that he has the qualifii.i'ions ad intc'rim'acandt',; caused by death shall be void unless repassed j receive any money or gr.i' .

--, and is free from the disling to the rules and the limita compensation' in addition in ,
ions above specified and that he will 1| 17. The Council shall have :'Itions prescribed bv law for the passage I':>1'for any service h>- nun i >

:ot permit himself to become ro; disqualified I I rowers to pass ordinances imposing of bills over the Mayor's veto. Fire Chief.
while retaining his office as ( fines not exceeding five hundred e'.ollars Sec. 32. The Mayor shall. as often
ilderman. for any designated misdemeanorI as he may think proper appoint acompetent I I Se491.. A Fire {'his-; '

Sec. 6. Tie Mayor shall be the pro j I or imiiri'-onme-nt for not exceeding! I person to examine, without I I 'IM'I for two years, At flu tii;
-idiug officer. Some member of the I .- ixty days or both. notice the affairs and accounts of any : vided in this act for ,leitm-i ",
Council shall be selected by a majority j I Sec. IS. The Council shall: have City department trustees officer or i Mayor. The present Fire ('!,:' '

of the Hoard who shall le knownas i pwwe r to pass for the Rove-rnmi r.t ol employe and report to him the resultof :| hold office until his suce.--.r .- .
Mayor pro tern and shall: preside in I the City any ordinance net in conJ such investigation.such : *t. His salary shall be fee1! >t.

the absence of the Mayor. The Mayor J filet with the Constitution of th' investigation.Sec. City Council.
j United States, the Constitution of 33 The
hall have no vote except in rasp of a Mayor may convenethe
tie and not then upon any question Florida, and the statutes thereof.S Council at any time. I Comptrolleri
involving the administration of hi1; I Ifi. Members of the Council Sec 24. Thp Mayor shall have the i i Sec. ;(). There shall I" .q.! ; '

office, nor upon those questions invoicing ,. hall receive two dollars (J2.00) for same power to administer oaths or 1 br the Mayor with the ;ijij.i ; .
his censure or removal.Sec. each and every meeting: which they affirmations that Justices of the i the Riard of Aldermen, in 11" : '
attend at which a quorum is present. June sue-ceding the election, < "
7. A majority of the Hoard I Peace and other judicial officers of the jof -
State have i for two vears. a Comptroller v. I
hall iudee of the election and elieibil i Executive. ,
i ly: of the incoming members, and may i Sec 3;;. The Mayor shrill rerov.a ; successors shall appointed! '
::;..(' 20. The Mayor shall be the Mayor for terms of two year
adopt rules for its proceedings andafter salary not exceeding twelve hundred I
chief executive and shall be assisted shall keep the City books an,'
trial, as hereinafter protided i dollars a year.
by the officials hereinafter specifier! counts, showing the fiscal affair
punish or expel its members for "t'i i '
Pec. 3ij. The Mayor shall havpower -
Thl'1801' the City the collection and dH.
i'halJIt> elected! biennially
'istcnt disorderly conduct either in to purchase all articles nN'dp,1'by .
II on the first Tuesday in ,June beginning : meat of all revenues and mon-
out of the Council meetings, or for
or the City in its several .
depart-j the City and act as as.o-Ksor '.' !
: the first Tuesday in June. IfiOl.Soc. .
malfeasance neglect of the dutiesof i .
or ments. If the amount to be expended .
21. The ; qiiire'd. He shall setunder t-.
Mayor shall be at
his office, for conviction for orsentence ; ,
or be over one hundred dollars the i ii ,
for infamous crime.'a least thirty vears old and shall have (If th finance committee of 'h I'
an Con ncil must approve before the purchase ell that rules and "tare '"
been a qualified voter of the City for : proper rs'
cancies in the: Board shall be filled
is made. He shall report the ,
; '
prescribed and observedLion
lix a majority vote of its remaining I three years prior to his election. :i purchases made by him at eaeh mee-t-j i to all accounts settlemer. .'
members.Sec. I Sec. 22.Xo person shall be Mayor ; ing of Council. .
I i reports connected with the fi-< i''c:
!
who is directly or indirectly interested I Ii
8. A majority of ike Aldermen
i terns of the City that InM!"
; no
!
in any contract with the City as i i City Clerk.
-ball form a quorum of the board bm inclined or expenditure n.i'-' > >' I

a smaller number may adjourn from principal or surety. I i I Sec. 37. The Mayor shall appoint. the treasury without due ;"rt1o! : .1; .
day to day. The attendance of members S -c. 23. If two or more candidatefor i i subject to the approval of the Boar j law: and that approprat'm: ar' 1

may be enforced by rules or ordl-I Mayor receive the same number of I lof A Aldermen a City Clerk for a term 1| overdrawn.Sec. .

nances with appropriate lines. The ; "otp". one of them shall be chosen :'coincident with his 0" n Th duties 51. He shall male '.!,'
Council shall meet on the first ThurIa .:!- 1 Mayor by a vote fir the majority of all of the City Clerk not herein specified and annual to thif -'-"' '

succeeding each biennial election. the members of the Council, in session shall be fixed ordinance.. His sa1ary i through the reports finance comn.tt'Council '" '
It may adjourn this first meeting for : immediately after its organization. shall be fixed by ordinance. : of the financialon v 1
not longer than ten days. The hoard ..
i '
the City with carefultuf : : -
shall hold their meeting in such rooms ,. Sec. 24. When a vacancy shall oc- I Superintendent of Public Works. estimates of the receipt ar' *,' '

in the City as may be provided by or cur in the office of Mayor a rnnjorit See 39. The Mayor shall appoint ; tures. The records in h-; '. '
finances, and the place of meetinghall i of the Board of Aldermen shall eW*
i i
of moral character
some person good |I show the financial oprat. -
ordinance- not be for changed which two-thirds except by of the an i: a Mayor for the unexpired term. Such it I[ not less than 2:; years old and having tions. assets and claims ':' '
shall have all
successor the
qualifica t the necessary qualifications Superintendent I the. expenditures authoriii "
hoard have voted ; provided thatwhfnt''t" i lions and be free from the I '
i disqualifi.Icatiots of Public Works. The Superintendent ..works and all contras '
:' the place appointed for :I I,
which are required of and for i ii of Public Works shall names of the contractorthe ;
holding meetings shall be destroyedor i bidden to the Mayor by the provisions .
under the of the
supervision Mayor City Is Interested ;ii'
become unfit for holding meeting.the ,
of this act. "
:| have exclusive control of and over the and other mdbterjnesH" '
meetings may be held at a place
Sec. 2.V: During the construction rf' reconstruction cleaning .1
I temporary absent shall counteMRii '
until I
selected by the Mayor the Coun- I i
.-!! acts. I of disqualification of the Mayor repairing, widening, grading improvIng drawn on the City tre-.1 .
:for any cause theIa 'or Pro Tern sprinkling lighting and usingof duly record the amour.1 :>'."' '
Sec. 9. The board shall keep A :i shall perform: the duties of Mayor.and all streets, public places alley, I| same. He shall have ac.
fournal of its proceedings and immediately I In his absence the Marshal shall avenues, lanes, market houses I books and other rp"orr'f .

after the adjournment of each :notify the alderman at large, who bridges, sewers, drains ditches culverts I meet of the City go\- n'<. .
session the proceedings thereof, including I I shall serve as Mayor, except for good canals streams and watercourses I i ever he so desires an'n h- ,:
a monthly statement of collections cause set forth in writing, and filed sidewalks and curbing. that the accounts '>' tt! "
and disbursements, shall le I| with the Marshal. If cause is shown See. 40. He may recommend to the f in a plain metho'! ai "

published once in a daily paper printed satisfactory to the Marshal, he shall Board of Aldermen the opening nar shall give bond to n; '

in the Cit) 'proceed to notify another member. rowing, closing leasing, conveying or of not less than two t'

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ij the Ma.vor and Council.
I nor hereafter: IWohi....\ The .\!'h'I,, sent the Mayor Pro Tern as hereinbe-'I of the Treasurer of the City

i hi I shall be a householder and qualified :;: fore provided hall presid'1. Th' !:i Said departments shall not divert the

,,. !' voter and shall have resided in the ,I Acting Recorder shall leceive th'suRecoider's ne set aside by the Mayor and Cotta

i ,. ;! City of IVnsacola for the five year; salary while serving. I Il'il for the purposes of the department -

i .: immediately preceding his election I j I Sec. G: The Judge: of said COUI tshall I! for which it was levied.Sec. .

He shall have power to appoint such :; never hoJd his Court out of the 1 j i 7Sh'nl''r any written con

'I assistants as shall bo necessary, subjcct : room provided by the Council as a'j tract is made by any department itShall
to tL" approva Illf the Hoard of i
-I City Court room unless said room be executed under the seal of
Aldermen He shall RivUmd in a i[ cannot b" used. I I'the
'l. 'i'sum corporation and be filed in theI
to be fixed
by ordinance for th 1
I office! of the City Clerk and a of
copy
'faithful discharge of his duties. Iliac Clerk. !
'in, ,i i !; said contract shall be transmitted to
salaryhall be fixed by ordinance. j ji
i j r Sec. Cti. The Clerk of the: Police:111:: Comptroller for record.

d i| City Attorney and Physician. j i Court shall Lave the qualifications :! S'.e. 79.o member, officer or employs
(I and take the orth. and give bond re-j i I of a department shall be direct-
,I Sec. ;.S. There shall be elected bv ,
,
\I the Council j quired of the C-H-rk of The Circuit j iy or indirectly interested in any coa-
.- i i immediately upon the as- :( Court. Said bond and the requisite; t or work of any kind whatever
scmb'.ins of the
new hoard Attorney
H City :
[.. arty, thereon shall be approved by I done under its discretion
; whose it shall to'"t'
duty be
.. i j legal advice to the Mayor and the the Council. I j Sec. "0. Xo money shall IM paid

'I j Council and all other officers and 11.'- SeKG1... The Clerk of the Court at any time to any person claiming

I partments i of the City in th> discharge j i may ai'minister oaths as Clerk of the j under a contract with the City until

I jof their offic'lalluti,,:;. If requested hl'l Circuit: (Court and he shall be subject I jsiith pen-on hall have first filed with
I
shall give his opinions writing, nll.11'to the same fines and p..naltl.'s0;' I j the; board his statementunder
I !|i nejeit: and violation of his he I! oath disc
duty
Ulie.:' h.i'l be presfrveil.for rfference. !; | losing the names of persons
1 JH shaii be his duty to prosecute and :' may be prosecuted punished or removed directly or indirectly interested in the
;
;: defend sill suits! for and against th-i i iCilY in such manner as herein pro i contract or the profits th wot. declarj

i and to attend to such other legal i[ vided. j ding I that vo persons other than those

1 I :j business a.; may be prescribed by thC .- i I Se<-. 1:7. He shall receive ro fcc <:; i! named! are interested and that no

| writ il. His salary and term of of 1; whatever but he shall bo pad sacs j I person forbidden by this act has any

i settlements he !;shall be charged with j salary, and may appoint such deputies, I interest in the same.

t m< h uni IIlIc't.t..cI bills as he (coil !, as he may bo allowed by ordinance. See. M. :No department, officer or

'I l have colic( led by distraint of the |i 'jg.tods i (U-putios shall receive no fee:,. hntI : ,! employe: thereof shall have power to

I : of Mho delinquents; and lit? |I shall! receive 1'1It salary as may b.- I j I bind the City by any contract or agreI

'! shall 1"l surrogated to the rlhts of J I allowed them by law. I I meat or in any other way to any ex-

tii the City on such uncollected hills. Sor. t'S. In case of a vacancy: In i i i tent beyond the amount of money a!

I Sec. :.i. The Tax Collector snail 'j said Clerk's office, the Mayor shall fill ready appropriated by ordinance for

.; i ii not n.or in any manner etnvert this + lsn"h; vnrancy with the constnt of tlll"l jthe I purpose of the department under

; 1 own ti.se any money or other thing j'Co'iiicil. | the control of faid hoards
< <.f value : Sec. f.Th(' Clerk of said Courtmay Sec. S2.
I lielongino; to the City: ant' f'I Any City official who shall
L j be doe he and his sureties shall b" I J be allowed( stationery as may issu' UI1lond. certificate or warrant

j I liable for the same with interest and 1 b<> iifC'-ssary for My office, hut it shall I for the ia/nll.nt of money upon the

..I, ; he shall be jriilty of felony, link]. -ipon I j b" obtained throush the City buyer, as City beyond the unexpended balancof -
+
": f'C'r.yiIUnt.hall be confined in tll'' K"pplies pro obtained by ether rviui- any appropriation made for such

'I !' p"nt 'itiary trot less than on> yearj"no !j ofiit ors. purpose, or who shall attempt to binu
Sec. .''. The Clerk shall attend all
j ;- wore than five YI'a rs.Asscsscr the] City by contract agreement orally
: D ; j meetings of the Count il. and make lee- in other way. to any extent bo
ord of its all orr'ii- ;I
Proceedings attest
> yond the amount of money at the time

.-I b i Et',.. :". There shall be elected ltle 1. nances and rovo'itions for rcurdtin"" I already appropriated by ordinance for
j lie i j also for publication after the 01111tro:1..1' such purpose, and remaining at th
; quahti..1ota rs of the City, at the j.
II has affixed tile seal of tae City,
.HID << time and I time unexpended, shall bo liable to
i'lnv p'are provided for the
'and he shall act as clerk for 4."
:1:1 election of whoV any por Ma.vor, an Assessor,
|,, avorFlr. .
tn : ; ct IntleIt shall bo to assess the taxaj |I See. ":1. No other contract when
| 7 .1 The Clerk! of the police' ;
411 :j 11..i .!e property of the City in the man- I; 1'011rtolla!!, for the ti..." of sni.l court, tl>w uxpeiitlitnrr is to exceed one hunjehvd -
-, i fice shall be fixed by the Couucil. not Ito ,'ailI.tl'r.. in a hook to bo kept for I{ dollars, shall be vide without
exceed two i j the approval of the Mayor and th.
years. I that] purpose, a list of all cases, fear'
; I ICounciK| If
I Fcc !is I".. The Council shall elect-Mng snaicient space on the margin ; snpjdies and other form:

'" j; a City l'h .ici\11 for the tt I'm of two i jsald; << book or following each cage. niliof rchas'xi.i personal property are to be pin

1 | years, who shall prfunn such duties i i the! judge to note whatever ordersbe I they shall bo purchasrd by

i a. the Council: uay prescribe, for snc'i 1'j! way made therein. Said book the Mayor, subject to the provision
of this act.
lor/.peutation as the Council may fix. !j i s-shall bo known as the judge's do' kc t
. ,; j i end it stiall be the duty of the judgo Sec. S L Excepting the Marshal and

Police Court. : to concisely note therein in ink all j chief and assistacts. all persons now

If Sir. :9. Th'-re shall be a Recorder orders and judgments<< in each case, emoloi'td in said departments, and
t'I! the foot I Per.-ors v':o have: been employed in
11' Police Judge elected by the City i j and to daily sign his name at ;:
>.'ounc it bk-nnially at the first meeting !: of the day's dOl'hl't.0: order orl, said departments; during the past fivo

; 5tKI after their election, j judgment of said court shall be modi--; Maitvorv ofil'-er or employe paid
I j 'by the City !shall before
j aside annulled in appoint-
: .. fiod.et<< or except
Se.Tho Recorder shall b
] ;I
,; ; court during the regular hour of th., I rnrnt or selection have the fwllowins
arc feral'ly a sawing; lawyer. IIi i si j '
duali, 'ations
;c : First-HO
the who tried must real
i 'court and by judge
[ Jihn' shall bo fixed b ordinance ,
1 :: :: to i write
; the case. except as provided in See.J| correctly the English IanSecond -
ht' paid as far as possible by docket i
[ ; lion d of this act. :No order or jut *.. uaJ't' -He must pass a satisr
II
fees of ) assessed
: : $1.( against e-ach
factory examination
: ;, mont shall bo modified set aside r on the ordinances
j criminal ('on.itt'tthl', deficiency to
: :j., I annulled (- :cola on motion duly mat to of the City in such parts as relate totht'
by'
e male up: by appropriation made duties of
his
office.
; ; in open court within three days from Third--H*
; ij.
th( Council. His salary to be psimouthly. I
or.l must be at least
j ''the ] order was entered Said motion must ace. -'O'rth-II. must be of soon
Sec CI. Said Judge shall have jb'' be accompanied by the written roa- 'health and sufficiently strong to h..

| wiction in all cases violation of' '| sons therefor and the grounds for active and able to Iil'dlarI'asily hi.-

: .nnnicipul ordinances occurring wit' | modifying: setting aside or annulling duties; and Fifth-He must Ilea rom-

in the rurpuraV limits of the City, a s !i said order or judgment shall be stat i dent and qUllifipe'otl'r of the City.

pr.I\' '.!fIIl by ordinances of City, and'!: ,>d. briefly and accurately by tho ,t Soc. 84';. The City Council may

->hall impose p"'nalties therefor coni I i jn i .jge of the bench and recorded by, j l provide a Manual of instruction fu*-

is-tcnt with the City ordinances! and :| the Clerk in the order bn.k of the j i the study of persons who wish *o
the: s-'ftut-s of the State with th' i court. acquire the t.ecessary knowledge of

ne'e-mr-v power to carry into effect Se 7". The Marshal shall ,letofficer isthe! said ordinances nil charter.
the jurisdiction given. If bonds I,.' !
of the court he !
police or may j Sto. 1It. The Marshal,
,'-<|iiiied of the accust-d to ajipi ar and I I detail a member of the police for''!; dent of I'llblitWorks and Suporinton Fire Chi t
said Court shall have the ,
ansucr. S'rvice in his absence.n j
such
/shall. with tte approval of
I the Mayor
I !'O\\ r tot order the 1-ond to be take ; 73.: It shall ho the duty of the! i ;appoint all subordinate officers
I iu sncn hum as it may direct. Per-j-:; l and
Marshal or hi. detail to be present at j ,irplc'jrs under! th"m. and remove the
i sous :In''stt.I!. r a charge' of crimo ] j I
: : 1 the sessions cf the court to maintaii! : j employes at pleasure,
1I Linust provided that
I be presented to fir Court for 1 order therein, and to perform all obit F-rjr.o j employe shall bo removed for political -
trial within Ivours after'
twenty-four ''
court duties, subject to the directionsJof
: ci-.uses. Interference in elec
1 jtions by any officer
or
I employe fhaijlw
Sei. 1:2. In all cases of drunkenness
j
f'c. 71. If officer or deputyjnf
: :' i: any 1 cause for remov.al.
| or tfi"orh'rOIlIJUf't.. in addition toi t
.' : i siii.owt! shall without legal exj See. "'
i imj-osing a tine said Court hoi 1 j All powers conferred upon
\1 I may I ruse, fail or neglect, forT.e week toM
I j
I' the
: Poard of
'tw offender to bail in a sum not e j! perform the duties provided loci I Public Works as at press
nt
instituted
( shall
c coding tvo hundred dollars to keep devolve upon
'I. >.- to l\"ep up any book docket or rec-1
; I the peace or to be of good behaviorfor i 1'1 as required by law be shall be j I the SHperintendent of Public Work..
any length of time not exceedin:; c-x'-ppt as hispowers are herein liml
fine of five dolls
ubje t to a twenty rs
six uonth>, or the Court may !impo.sc I 'or each tiny the offenpe contitMis.find I tod.I'nbl'c Arc all pow t rs of the Board of

; tier without holding to bail. Should anff officer or deptty of said court Safety shall devolve upon tho

it 1 e otfendcr fail to Inhonl, or fall:' -vho shall in the conduct of his ot5 c't'are City Marshal, oxcer-t as 1.1s power"1*

j 10 pay the fine, he shall h,' forthwith lo that which is forbidden by law herein limited
:i'OTtimittcd anal shall 1.1' kept in ens- be See. il. Whenever in ant'xlstln
shr Ftil/ject to a like line for each i ;
I toile until bail be given or until the day%. offense, and if the: offense > :i|' ordinance the Hoards of Public Works11 -
true fix'-rl by the judgment shall havtexpiitd. and Public Sofdart' mentioned, thl'fila
rep. ate(. or if the delinquency con1tiniif \
anti the fine bo paid or !sat'- two weeks, the offender Shall bo !j II, after thfir el-c-tf'>n or appoint-

( j li<-'i In labor, ax provided by law. liable to said fine and also to impri1| I meet, be construed to apply to the Su

I He shall have the same j'lrhrlil.tlonI onnier.t not exceeding sixty days. :|' porintcndent of Public Works and
i in c criniin cases as is notonf"r.,1 City Marshal in their respective a
I ''I -.* law spun justices of the peace Appeals. pacitiovSec.

I '1'hen a prisoner shall be committed &oS The first election under
I 1-y Vie Recorder to the county jail to Sec. "> Writs of error may ('ethis i!: alt shall bo held on the fir- -
1
taken fr.m the decisions of said cot tilt
: await th" action of Ole criminal coo Tuesday in June, 1 11t. and subse
j I the usual docket fee of ont- dollar shall :( to the circuit cwurt, as now provided j quo r.t d,'( lions shall be h"M on th"

;; l>e barged to the County of lsc'amb t' t. ; by statutes, for like proceedings from j I I same day every two years thereafter

": '! A stateroom of such foes shall bo sent !j i I justices ot the peace courts. !'i The elections shall be held under n

by the Comptroller! to the Board ofj,I ii i General Provisions. j i isting laws governing state elections,
County Commissioners once each i I lend I the City Council shall have the
I month. and shall be allowed and paid See. 7.J. It shall bo the duty of the j same powers and perform the same

by them. The Clerk of the Board of ; Mayor assisted by the heads of t heir duties in respect to amp as are exercised
various departments: The 'I and
County Commissioners shall once performed by the County
cfi-li month furnish the Comptroller! strap, the Superintend nt of Public I Commissioners in respect to state

I' with a statement of all fees so pa fit; Works and the Fire Chief in their elections.
I
; and the Comptioller shall deduct their respective departments to submit to
!
'OIlIlI'iI.'o1r : amount from the salary of the Uecoriis the Council annually one month be- : Revenue.
"
!!M- deputies., le arid : '!"r 1-' fixed by the Council. I i I fore the ending of the fiscal year, a i Note-It is understood that a hill
!I. re:=i "nsil>le un liUI i I I Sc.. f-S. In the trial of cases arts minute report on all things under his I for the assessment and collection

N' Tax Collector MinllJ[I 'tig wider the ordinances of the Ci ty; ,1 i i[i supervision or control with an es'.i- j revenue will be submitted to the of
:anv o'Sce under this :!: the proceedings and practice of t h j *> j!: mate of the amount of money requ e irislature.j and the committee' Leg-

ho has accounted with CVunt shall be such as may be tleterm-i i ell for each department for the ensu- i that it be embodied in the Charter.ngge.t

'I 1 collections. and ohta in-lined I by the ordinances of the City. I, ing fiscal year, stating with as grt.at ; Sec. 89. Section 39 to 152 inc lu.

'He shall settle his ac I i iho I Subs -ct to these limitations ind' hf> I;! particularity as possible, each it -ms'-e.; of Chapter 4313: of the Laws of
Comptroller a Judge of Fall Court shall have author i thereof. Florida
approved May 27, 1895
'ntl-
1..1' directions of tho'e. icy and i I Soc. "T. It shall be the duty of t -
." power to adopt rules and r('!: "pitied j I "An Act to Provide for the Crea-
> I
on or before the illations Mayor and the Council in their i
'," I I for conducting the business ann ial j tion of the City of Pensacola. etc "
1 in each year for the i of said Co'irt. and to enforce the same I: levy of taxes to set aside such sum shall be and remain in force and ff
hills have been placed :; by process of contempt. He shallho I as, in their judgment shall Le necessary : feet

Mr collection for t have all the powers necessary to try and !advisable anti the amount" i All acts
"
or parts of acts in conflict
|
1 "!Ih his fault a quiet.: :: the cases under his jurisdiction. He I so set aside shall be carried to the with this
"' .>I. act are hereby repealed
bv ,
said (' or'mar j crt-ilit of the several
r-dminister
oaths, and shall bees a departments. ]i This act shall take effect immediatf-
Coincildmll.. by r general conservator of the peace. ;; when collected respectively, and sh a'Mly I j! upon its passage and approval by
v.-i. ant the office of Sec. GIn the event of the dh"I not be diverted from said departments ;; the Governor.

in.) the vacancy shall qualification or absence of the '! or used by the Mayor and Council for r JOHX C,

Council by viva voce from an'aus(' the Mayor HerOr'I'j'f'r ] any other purpose, but the same shall I|| A. C. BLOUXT AVERY.JR.

'xpirecl term. In his preside and if he is disqua1i ( remain as a separate fund in the Of the Committee., ,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY JANUARY 12,190 I. Fi

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R. K. WHITE; through and a good, heartv, genuine WE HAVECOMPLETED

ylfI'; i ..iUr, :Unnfat'tnling Jeweler ,, laugh Money"every has a time.plot.,"Other People's : J

,'?a Graduate; Optician, R. Halliday & Co., ever entfrprisnprandJilwayswitha :1bQF&bek! iOreoi

j' ,\ M 1'ratarola, rla.iitOi1li carefully: !'c-
'lected: stock of high grad) goods at
very reasonable price-, have a HPW THE TASK OF
advertisement Ia this i isu that is of i ---

\ (IEKIS( NOTES ncusnal.: interest, (!;:> chlI.r to t'iladies. -

STOGITIllcINGTNVESrOfIE5 !i Advance Showing

Mr. Krueger of the well-knnwlt t
firm of Krup-er & Knelman:
; is at .
.,. t fir frasacoln cent ri..nilt: Milton under the prufessianal;; care I i

t.. r..',Id nth fr.tt; "taudayA of Dr. Proctor who yesterday per- I i of Early I Spring I 1abi'ie1-}
.. nu.ii..ray ir a//s. MLrra.un formtd a painful but St1cc-sslulop- I I ava'! .
tfjvy, ';'J degrttt; Minmtim inI't. Tatioafnr carbuncle. The patiei.tH
.1 n.vir' of evv-r;'tt! :?.- ..
doing well and will be' back: at i LINENS Striped and in All C :Me Hugh's blended coffee work ina few days. I thi -tore-1.-.tiling l. .- 'I. : .
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-. :4I1) ZEPHYRS in Great'ariet; Dainty Checks and
t. Try it. I 11ev. A. E. Curry D. D., cf Jir- ov"rooked.Vekiiowft! !. .1 '
:Stripes; too Beautiful to Pas
: tii" new advertisement of min ham, on!- (.f them .-t eloquent hive been the fast s' !..:. I. 1'nnotleed.;. ;

:.' ( tracery CO. pulpit oators of Alabama, will bold lines; aId realize tiat! sue j lam-, Amoskeag Zephyrs Plaid and Siripea ..... ..?" .. ?. ...... 10", yard '
Cervices !
j t the First Presbyterian {
: K--. from F. E. Brawner.tve : church every day at 10 a. m and ;:30 departments actually! a;'[i-i.ar ::::- Everette Zephyrs. Plaids, aul ,(> yard

you won!:':'. !i p. m., bepii! ning Tuesday night, Jan. to bo the objects of lllg.ct-: I j jsueli r Oae Case of Colored 1).<1.16", Htnped and Fi.ure.j.lraltll';

., J .'.u Uourke of Bagdad was to 1.; .attend The these public is cordially invited ( is the case, though; I, 'N Oar Price...... ..... .... ...... .... ...... ... .... .. .. ...... .. fnc'ard: .
'. I.y; on business ye tt'rday.' i I mtOetins.; where tremendous stocks are i

;: .1. ;.:,, !,!:"dy'l1f Happy Hollow I Mrs. Kate Iliuni of Montgomery: carried I-and to these lines iI i
'. j I the: city last has iued cards announcing the up- I' I
: lu high we feel that a sense of duty !
proachiujr marriaj-e of herdaujrliter.. Embroideries ( a1ore.
',!. I:,'" !h .i.d wife of Milton 1 i: :Miss Pauline Baum: to Adolph K. compels us to use extra power

r .. ." I.,.. \i"itors here to-day. .., Stern of Penacola Jan. SJ, UH)1.) toward their selling, and the _
::'Ir.5tern: is junior partner of that
i :-' .' I. J. Reeves of DeFuuiak
: .. 'I' .,:lIon,; the vi-itor-s hero liquor pro-perous firm wholes-lie! and retail Power of Price We have opened our New Embroideries in
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MOOJJ t5tern.Henices ?
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:. : :- .t D-iiley, the: rocers have 1, to-morrow at the First Will do It Matched: Sets, Etc.-&
'Paptist church at 11 a. m. and 70:
,. i h itiaexueut in this issue. i i
f 1 I'. iI i iI. p.m. Mornin"? guf ject: "The Uosi JANUARY will be a notable A Line of Nainook Edges and Inserting at 10, 12'!'., and lthat; ;
i pel Trumpet; night, "Lessons from mouth here, the SPECIAl.
I. I"- rvm quotes startiiigly low i I the Death of a Great Man." B. Y. SALES for CLEARING stocks cannot be excelled in value and beauty. M+
:11:. !Ih hew advertisement iu i A. U. service at 6:30 p. in. Sunday that will follow weekly, bo-

-,I" ;:choolat9:30a.! in. A cordial invi gluing with THIS WI EK'., fcff-Wo are Bole Agents for the "BAZAAR GLOVE FITTING .
tation to all to 'tttend these services.
\. \i"nr of Seltaa
was amon? PATTERNS;" the best lOc Patterns on the American market.
\ .din the city yesterday Universilit; : Church-Rev. II. 1'. .BIG
M. Ambler will preach to-morrow *[


\'" ,:'Smith's.f', vi ry medicine Eucalyptus you cough med'':'i "The"alue morning at of 11 Man.o'clock." la the Subject even-: GLASSWAREWILL I V\T :J & E Forbes.

'.f r. ;I, lug at 7:30 he will give a lecture entitled T w n w
: "Wasted l.inA'cir (. to i I
V. ('. Blount and son,Clem, the \oung." :Sunday; school at III a. AL
I "ming- on a hunting trip : m.,conducted by the superintendent, E1 I

.'. A. .\. Prof. J. H. Swindell; Yonne l'eo- r
pIe's Christian Union ; WILL MAKE IT HO. AMONG THE -
-. Deard, wife and child left atf1:301'rayer; co.r
'i-lock I train this morning:' meeting every Wednesday night.! R. HAlliDAY &

,,::,L.tC'. i,1 Public most cordially invited to at- At 5c. I
tend these meetings. Seats
free.
BUSY
I -..___ __ _.._ BUILDERS
i -. < Watson & Co.'s locals tell i iv Ii G-inch Glass Bowls, Comports .
to save money and secure a j i Volcanic Htuptiontt Footed Bowls Square "."1 --':', -':' -AJ'T.:,

.t-mull cost. I I I!I Are :grand, but Skin Eruptions rob Nappies' Oblong Nappies, I ,

\.,\'.. :.Shoe you want shoes, it's the !I,|!. cures life of them joy. ;r.ucklen's also Old, Arnica Jtunning Salve and, led:Spooners Mugs,and Creamers Nappies, Hand- Work of the Week Done By
i :.1 : store that can suit you
and I,I I Fever Sores Ulcers, Boils, 'Felons, ,
ility price. Union Men. 8EMlftNN tWM CLEARANCE[ SALE[
At 7%c.
I'j: Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruges, Burns :
.t .1. O'Neil of Wewahitchka, Scalds Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
was among: the arrivals at the Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out Covered Butters and Sugars. --

tJI.Hlast: night. J I''Pains and Aches. Only 2;S ct<;. a An Interesting on New RuiUlings .

1.i.< ,Parlor S. navy Market, has uu, attractive purveyors ad.-to :;i A.box.D'Aleiaberte.lENXIXCb1 Cure guaranteed, Bold by W At lOc. It pairs Report and General Improvement } FOR CASH !l(4(

I and inch Glass Bowls
8,9 10- .
rted for The
Rej) )
1 -i>ement in this i-ue. i
Sugar Dusters, Rose Bowls, It.
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,\XI:. News by the Efficient Business v <.:Tf'On ::
Colored Bohemian Glass "i'il
Vi-s: Helen Potts of Nashvillo,

i nn., arrived in the city this morn- The First Hca.l to Fall Was That of Finger Bowls, Regularly Agent of The Carpenters' Union
14th will
: and is a guest at the Merchants .1. IV. Trammel) Worth 12 50 Dozen and other Monday, January we inaugu- .
Two in .
things at equal value. more large lighters are
tI I Usual Out Sale.
rate Closing
TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 12.-Governor course of construction at Langford'sship our

.1.- H. (livens of Laurel: Hill and :Jennings has appointed Dr. H. H. At 35c. yard.M. Great Reductions will be made throughout
\\ I D. Lambert of :\Iuscog-ee are four

Iii;/ tile guests at the Lewis house' Gwinu of Brooksville, the home of Our Entire Stock of Full- J. Harvey, who entered into an entire stock and in many instances goods twill

d.IY. I the governor, to be superintend at Finished Fire-polished Fruit agreement some time ago with the ,

I y Carroll White of the city I I"II the state hospital for the insane at San cers. Central Trades Council to work be closed out Regardless of Cost. tt

I. i mho sick hit to-day and I Cliattahoocheo, vioo J.V.. TraniI nothing but union men, has a cot This is a rare chance to supply wants
on1: '. : 1 .tiners is holding down his I j meal' whose term expires Feb. 1. At 26c. tage in course of erection corner your
dllt.;> I He has also appointed Fred. L. in Black and Colored Dress Goods Silks Jackets
Cervantes and Reus street for Dr.
Robertson R. Cobb,John f. King The Entire Stock of Full-
J K Hancock and daughter of > and John 1'. Damon as examiners of finished Fire-polMied Glassware Smith. Jacket Suits, Table Damasks, Napkins
million! Ohio, arrived in the city ,
'vouchers, books and records in the house, gathered Improvements and have
pertaining repairs
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iinhia.niorniii!: and registered at the to state oflice3. They are to together on one counter. been made at Wm. Johnson & Son's Towels, Blankets. Etc. ;
I j report to the legislature which meets
'F. 'kfcts lire selling rapidly for the I next April. B. Gerson. store and at Dunn's hotel. R. HALLIDAY & CO.

t 'i in ick-Ou: concert riee; Geo. i ------ I The foundation is completed for ,

I .ntl.'I and :secure yours at once. ( The Mother's Favorite. two more tennant cottages for J. C.
1 ., limited number will be sold. I Telephone 193.E 0.N.
I'
iv I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is NAVAL STOIIKS MAKKLT. Green, corner Wright and Alcaniz

(ifSadler and wife and Mrs. the mother's favorite. It is pleasant streets superintended by E. E.
tt'lt!>"-thiid of Rivenna, Ohio, ar- and safe for children to take Reported Dally for The Ness oj Wolfe. On the opposite side of B.-Advance Styles in Imported Wash Fabrics

Iv.-a in the city yesterday after- I and always cures. It is intended Union Naval Stores Co. Wright street are two other very for Spring Season 1901 Just Received.

",n and registered: at the Escambia i e pt'cially'for coughs, colds croup ROS1S. neat for ___
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cottage just completed: the ==-.o-= "
= -=
.tf'l. : and whoeping cough, and is the ww...... .. ..:> :Si tt........ I. rill
best medicine made for these diseases WO..__._......... 2 l"1. O. ....... .. H5N same owner.A corner of Church and Jefferson)! BLUFF SI'KINGS MILLS.Th II.
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J.U.Parhuhuf Columbia, Tenn., ......... .. 1 "5 t. 14)" large crew of men are employed
There is not the least" danger M .. .. 171 K... 1 :; ;, on the erection of a handsome street, which will b* used as a .
and J. H. Parham and wife of Chati i in giving it to children for it contains K ? ......... h... 1 W audldoI 5! i twostory court room by Judge Lar.drum. I. re la No birikc: Th-rc, Hut a Shut
tjnoog.1: Tenn., wert among the ar- no opium or other injurious I ..T'.. ...... ..... 183 [ dwelling tore. H.Turner next !' D"wn.
ival on the 4:13 train yesterday 8FIBH8 TrBPisTisa-: : ; ceuti. j I to his: re idel.ce, corner Strong and I
.! 'moon. drug and may he given as confidently i Baylen streets. J. A. Lambert: of Rachel, N. C., THE NEWS: : i is informed by District
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I III to a babe as to an adult. For sale The C. H. Colliugton writes: "I heartily endorse; 1'oLEY'sKIDNEY Mister Workman ,
cottage, corner Arthur McConnell
"uue-#Y Leroyle the clever comin !! by Hannah Bro,. and all medicine Wa will do up your Counterpanes far ,I of Ninth avenue and Fourth CrRFIt does what you -
that 4liere i is strike Bluff
dealers. no at
I in Oth'-r Peoples Money, 15 cents eahKsw Method Laun ry. 1 street is finished ready for occupan- claim it will do, and there is nothing 11.
l the remainder of 1 Spring, h. reported.
'tiijuniod; by "
cThe work contracted
was to B. equal to it, and I thank you fur
.' arrived in the ; For a Cold in the Head 1
imp my, ciy |I COMMISSIONER'S SALE.InKscambin : C. Britt. the good it has done me." Acceptno t For the last year the Knights of

I.Irlllllg. II III Laxative (iromo-Quimne Tablets. I County Circuit Court. tnte! J. E. Ross & Co. have completed substitute.. A. D'Alemberte. I Labor employes at the mills there
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'i lay this paper aside until of Florida. i(I on have been working under a contract
1 .VP read the new advertise- Encourage home in(lIt3j (aroline II. \Va,!Jlu ;ton and Julia i Sullivan building, corner Gregory JUDGi IjlNimOTJ C-M'KT. of
< M orcno !j and lyltn @trfetIr. Ross also $l.lo a diy for ten
I.f the l'orb ; Store. They i I -
\\try-Use Spawn's Evaporated %'s. : hours for common labor, with
u-t what want and their has the contract to repaint the Lawrence : -
you 1 r.itaben A.Moreno, Iri'z F :\ Cage; lit the Negro liigtIws)111n Trlf"11'CI'ttr
Soup 1011'I' hotel, which pay every month. The contract }
: Vegetables. H enclo-ed andlecoivinir.
.in- right.art no and 1-aiiulx May Moreno ii- \ day Afternoon.
i Jan
u i-n tASK \\.11'.811d glary Kliviiliftli: blounl its first coat of plaster.A : expired 1. The men asked a
': Meter Workman Arthur :Notice hereby given' that by irtufot hind+ome set of stone have The cage of John McFarland and renewal of list year's contract. The
.uu U of the Knights of Labor nil order glade by lilt Honorable I.. I'.Mntvu'll been steps mills want the concession! of 11 hoursa
I ,Judge of the abo\e court in the nl<>\'" put up at the rei1enceof Fred ; Tom Ragland, charged with robbing
n the noon train to-day for YOUR GROCER FOR entitled cause.oa thalt M'nth of January O. Howe, LMi I West Gadsden street Jco. : day at 10 cents an hour. The mills
R. Merchant ot
1! \b. business I $33 Thursday have shut down while
? "f'U. on per- nineteenhundreJand one we will sell at by G. E. Bredt. negotiationsare
'.11.4: to II! order. ._ public auction to the highest: bidder for, beautiful two story residence U was up before Judge Landrum yesterday i pending.
-asb, In front tf tile county cnurthou-t
r.ic rc\e-itiu: launch! Penro went door In tliei'ity of I'fnsacoia. at Ii o'clock in course of erection for F. HIil- afternoon and Jno.McFarltnd: : I The trouble at R >bert< is of a sim- f
::0 'ouimiiiin thii lII"rniuafl'r Ralstoh !iin..on Monday, February fourth oinrtorn len corner of Cervantes street and was bound over for trial in the crim ihr nature, the only difference be-
i
i hundred and one the following d>'!>cribdl in;? that the mr-n did not have a contract
11th inal court. Tom Ragland: wa- discharged -
i I"'III,; thoroughly rhauled and real estate. to- \it: avenue, contracted to h. B. ; last
r"\laint"ll.j She' ma le an ofHcial j.. .JIb Lot91a.17.N.Ia.9n! : :! find K', of lot IX. lo '! Heine. as the evidence in the case year. .
block 11 of the I'tlniont IracL.l'lt of IVn- <' An elegant little plainly ehewed that he had nothing -- -
which
\'I-it to the Il >t t tliis morning. cottage isa l'remenled a Tragedy.
The 5 Minute Breakfast food. 'fhoC.sacul,Hci-ordinu. Walton to'.si.Jitod map. copyrighted l>y credit to the contractor and the to do with the robbery.
Memb.r- tuFirt! ('hri-tian' at cot of purclia-ii'r. price of the owner has just been After the trial, warrants were I Timely information given Mrs.
<';'inrchof 1'1'1I.al'lI1will h'>ul ser-' V.'M II. KNOWLI.S, completed for S. D. Bennett, Jr. ;sworn out for John McFarland and George: Long, cf New Straitsville,
\'II'Ea Mind.iy:' school, with holy For
(coiinniiiiiiiu, t -lilocro, ,," mornirtj : t' panes. New Method Laundry. ,I Jllaawlw: J.HouTOS.l'ommissioner |1 street. The buildins was contractedto I Merchant was arrested last night and saved two live-!- .-*.. .A- .friahtfni.. -..-.
,o'clock at XI. :'" _. South 1'alafox J. Willock. who allowed nothingto I and his; case will be heard before .I cough had long kept her awake every j'
': d, be used but carefully selected Judge Landrum Monday afternoonat i l night. She had tried many remedies ,

:Mtr.">x, in private car No. 2: of tN. ,.,.hh".' material: and the best cf workman 4 o'clock. and doctors, but steadily grew
;; the result The judge is to be commended worse until urged to try Dr.
of King's
I lj<>ui ville. Henderson and t St.: ship. which is a fir?t-
1 >ui I H lilwnr: arrived in the city class job. upon aiding; in enforcing the anti- New Discovery. One bottle wholly
Ii nn Nn.3: tin- morning and left & O. H. Smith has contracted to spitting ordinance and he intends to cured her and she writes this marvelous -
',i' -'une train g'nillh eat overt OCAHN Co :Messrs. Pons & :Sunday the erectionof see that there is no breech of the medicine nl-o cured Mr. Long
!I'. .'; _\. three tenement cottages, corner of law in his ollice. Any ono fjund of a severe attack of Pneumonia.
Guillemarde and Laliua streets expectorating on the court room :Such cures are positive !:roof of the '
.\ Mij. and fashionable audience ,' The ground is beinz: cleared oil and floor will be immediately placed under matchless merit of thi grand reme-
wr- --...j the presentation of :Secret': FINE f r other necessary preparations to commence arrest. dy for curing all throat chest and
S'M. .* :heoperuhouseltstuixht.I work thereon. ----- lung troubles Only Me and $1.JO.
It W.I,1.!. vtrly staged: and txcelluithtt Work few Every \bottle guaranteed. Trial
bot-
was begun a Ian You will have pride in own
ago you
I "I is l: .u-tfd.! "\'t-ry member doinur tles free at W. A.
the residence D'Alembertb'ddrug
;
on Leopold Mayer on hewer gardens if they are on your
i-mt.s\ ill e work.Tlic North :Spring; street. between Cervantes owngroun Your nu-band can buy store.HOXEY.

!: :ai..nial collection! for the sup- ROCER1ESSUPPUES ij [ f and Strong street, contractedto a h me, and he can do it now, although

,">rt d ..rl'h.ui will bo taken up at A. V. Clubbs The building will : he may think otherwi-e. HONEY IN COMB AT
;al I1! tin IP I..t>* :t' :St. ;Michael'-church be handsome in de*in and finish Every woman wants a home of her H. MULLER'S. I'HOXJ213..
..jnrr.,w .,.,.1 ..n MiMld:ly :\II'1.- and will be an attractive additionto own and if she will have a talk with IS. PA LA FOX.Tllft 100

fled li 1 and :MNJ'.cllp! IT'itto III|| so. ,. --201-203 S. Palafox Telephone No. 178.r- the rapidly growingresidenceper- Thus. C Watson & Co., the
:is: IlnllLtiolH: from the citizens. tion of West hill. leading; Heal Estate Agents, theycan

'(I'' t. Clnpley Record --- - --- Thl.foundation completed forth show her how Piy it is to get Styles in '
comes to
u'i. > D. S. ; brick J Inf/tpf t t
'j 1.111+ half :"I''H.! it* entire plant :Sali-burry buildingopposite one. lilt
the Central Trade Council ---- ]utter
'x uu l-t en destroyed by fire on the i Fur-
: : "i the 4th itM.V ::\'mp:1-1' A Chapter of Dont's.DON'T o'lJice. The building will be 11 by M I'.ilicc Court. niture and house decora-

I Ith the Record's misfoitun* feet tlo.tOITile contract for There were seven ca=es before I tiom at bottom

I"" f'>r it* early rehabilita-: i imapine: that, because a {given articlp-especially: an iiticle! of' feet another stucture the same height, CG Mayor Hilliard in the police court prices, cashor
f"od-i"+ cheaper tIm: another of similar kind and quantity, you can get erected front and 100 feet deep, to be this morning of which *7 in fines credit. atarston4'Finch. .
alongside of the former t
I. .. it/: Lutheran Church your money's worth out of it. Try it, with almost any staple' and you has one. was assesjet': Eddie Paris Chas.' --
Sun- been awarded to A. I). Alfred I
will find that there is a perceptible loss.DON'T Davis, Emanuel Philan and Bearl POLITE ATTENTIOS.HONEST
1. !s I .
l >
.1.1:1.
; E rmUocnice, who also! has the contract for the for.rn -
I. Ill. : Enli.h; service 7 p. In.I' forget that, health, and it be life itself r. Palmer, vagrants, were sent up for WEIUHTB.JOH.PALAFOX.
t : ,:... 1II"mbeB may may depend CPlIIthl' thirty days each. Ambrose Vaughn,
: rt'fJur'tto at- careful avoidance of inferior articles of food, however attractively put L. C. Bennet has completed a new charged with disorderly conduct, PROMPT DELIVERY (JUAPANTEED .
ut. iJxmeitinur; after En i I. .n'. J. K. I was also ent up fr thirty days.
1.lleinhatdt: Ii also l engaged; in putting down a PHONE m.: .
DONS 'T hesitate to ray fair prices for what vor KXO\V. or your groefrK cement sid: -walk around some property I J)

',1 1'cople'a Money," to be >,VYS KNOWS, is THE BEST; rather than: take any chance owned by A. V. Ciubbs,. commeitcililt ,! COMMENCE THE NEW 1-\"A1'O.l YEAR For all kind of garden and flower

!' i.ii" -nijht, the Mobile at the center of the block i I BY USING: SPAWNS !seeds call on A. I). Morrison, lt J
1-DON'T FORGET TH&T Belmont East I RATED SOUP ftoutb Palafox
I ye-'erday says: '-It 1 was WE KEEP on street extending to VEGETABLES: YitrrEt.: j.J&I
\'. :ay I the! best performance 10th, avenue then North to La Rua t AND DEDICATED COCO.XCT.ISOLD '


", I.wau t-t:-ix for up ui was a hu0'h at minute the;there all.Mobile while a the perfect'thea-way.the T(1E(> BEST Of EVElYTlIflG.{ |>I and street point The fitted of aid Pitt,tartin up West Mill with:?.Co.on .handsome La has Rua completed opposite office !I i I QUALITY EQUAL nyLL TO, PURITY THE ANDQUAN-1 FRESH GROCERS.IN.',) All Lewis Depot you II0 House and need pet(:. to AIm<'ppo a do square<;is Jlt.sr.uv:'e to the eo:nioil-or to I nicn the 3'')


fixtures the small frame building J I 1I1Y. any other sbape-for 25: cents. d9tl


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t 8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY ,2.1901.

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. : Eyesight The Star Laundry

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; FAVORS CHARLESTONRecommends WOMEN WHO WORK. ,



i: .t-..t...;.:t.l is Meeless. Establishmentof l THE f PIONEER l LAUNDRY! I ijf WEST J FLORIDA I


f IT. Loris __.
If.l' Mo.. An| 12. rr- _
} Naval Station There.
1\ _" Thongh only 19 Jean old. I queered from
t pains aDd female troubles two yean Last
spring I got 10 bad I had to quit work. I bad
;
REASONS FOR DECISION to support myself, and could not afford a high- : Cuffs "Done" Just t RigM
priced doctor. I got one bottle of Wine of :
Caidul and that made me feel be.'ler. Hare ,
now Died several bottlei and am well. Mr --="
;g141 ___ That Port Has Many Advantages Ov.rI'ort wa mother really need the reliered.Wine for Change of late and l'I' r I t will make a man happy all

ltt' ___ Ioyml-3I1oorlly Ileport Presented WAISH.iR&1 I .1 y day. Cuffs or Collars "done''
wrong are productive
by Hear Admiral. :Sunnier, tem-
and
per profanity to an appalling -
rA Who Favors Port Ito}al. degree. We don't

1ft'l1J 1 ; ? WASHINGTON, Jan. 11. Secretary r believe the most critital
:
f taste could find a fault with
Long today made public the report of the work we do. It is perfect

the naval: board officers sabmittad yestcrJay and what can be better

I concerning; the esiaWiahmeat! ofa Many pirb and women find it necessary to earn their own living in tLan the best! ? When you
<4ty DRS. various kinds of employment. Their work is often so hard and confining wish to be sure of good work
: naval station on the South Atlantic that the health breaks down. Their delicate constitutions are unfitted I a phone or postal will bun;

'! coast and more particularly with reference F for tiresome tasks. Weakness nearly ala\s makes its appearance in the our wagon.

'iL: nJG.G OLTEN D to the relative: merit of Port Royalor peculiarly delicate womanly orpins. Constant standing; on the feet

Charleston as the site for this station. and coming and going at the beck of a superintendent or foreman,induces -
I falling of the womb, leucorrhaa,headache: : and backache. The pay
; ( The board recommends in favor of
ij1
r of workers is
women often so notoriously small that when sickness
rt 1 THE EMINENT OPf CIANS, Charleston, reinforcing its views with comes they have no money to engage skillful physicians. To them Wine ALL WORK C. O. D.

r au elaborate statement of the advantage of Car Jui is truly a blessing. It

r Cf f LoaJsviIle, Kentaeky, of that plaw: over Port Royal A dissenting LADIES' AtVISOIT DtPAITMtlT. cures them of their ills at a small TELEPHONE 7 E.
I 114. GARDEN 8TgsyaooDs
,
; view is Rear Admiral
; presented by -
For advice l In raiwt reta:ring! iprdal cost,and they can act as their own
t t '.' ARE AT sfuruner, who favors a retention i dtretion.aMrr."I KITIIIK lymmonii, ph>'sicians. No doctor can do as
of the naval statiU Port : at Royal tlialtanocgn: Tcna. much for female troubles as
) : Tho board discusses the general requi-I Wine of CarJui. I
Hotel Escaoibia !I Sites of a naval station site oa the south WALKER INGSAHAM Manager.

!, Atlantic: coast, including ,; i iity! I Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00 .
is : from the sea, humanity Jrotu attack
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r WHERE THLY WILL REMAIN
!
railroad and steamship facilities, labor'

'f. A FEW DAYS supply anti many other special requirements 7 WINE OR' CARDUIX; KREUGER & KUGELMAN

of the uavy. After tin exhaustive ,
...-t. reviaw of the advantages offered by
.: ". ;: both localities.. the board recommend *=WHOLESALE CROOER5.*
Having had experience
inlay years
that it is expeditions ta: transfer the na- ; ITEMS OF INTEREST.The i Mayor lujlor Is Augrj. i
: 'j.o with a large practice all over veal station now at Port I coral to a point I RiCHMOM, Jan. 11.-:Mayor Richard !1 AX ENTIRELY FRESH: AND NEW STOCK OF FANCYI

'. .> the Houth, they are enabled( to relieve rear the ciry of Cliarlcat! and finds I I French Legion of Honor Is thebluest I and the Observance I I GROCERIES. CANNED GOODS AND SPECIALTIES.
} this only: available! kite to be that on the I III. Taylor Sunday
ailment
thoso persons having any order of meritIt numbers 55- !
t I west Lank of the Cooper river, about\ league: are at war. The league has: so- | Try Our G-olcloxx Flooco Flour.
: 'rI'E cf the eyes cawing pain and six miles above the Charleston : cot) members.Of .
; : rnatom- vercly censured the mayor tor ins curt
imperfect The Doctors will '' .ij3; Finns who to this! | Salesrooms: 132-131: E. Government Htret't.Wart'huui'e .
} sLjht. house, composing!:: a part of Chieora! tin- oamo letter in reply t> one from that organization ; -
: { hj examine your eyes and fit them with park, and oho, if deemed advisable, a !' country In Wi9) only 17 were sent back, I demanding that he enforce the | Cor. Tarragona and Church Streets:

.: \:J suitable glasses. part of the marsh laud bolougm? to the I only) 02 vre unable !o read and write laws regulating; the observance tf the j Telephone 151.

it 1 i I In the rapid of science state of South Carolina which lit; | pail only 14 were said to be likely to :Sabbath.:; The mayor says that he has ,
progress south of Lawton island The other i
: only ] become public clmrys. I nothing to retract and no apologies to
; : J if i and scientific invention for the past site examined by the board: in the vu-iu-- : make. i'
ity of Charleston which afforded The winner of the chief prize of ---- -- |'F. C. BRENT, WM. H KoiOWUW, K. HIKE JR., J, H, REESE
.: l l::. ten or fifteen :years much has been tie i i !
.
front IJI.OUO In th" Paris piposl'lon drawIngs : Brakeman .rustled to Ueuth. President. Vice-Prejldeut. Cashier Asi't Cashier
water the sou'U i
necessary was on
'. i.. )H't done to discover the real cause of |
bank of the Wanda river, but as tan i' Is a !poor laborer earnng! a weekly 8.\\\SSAU, Jan. 11.-Richard Brea-'
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L I 1-tl loss of visual power in both young I site has neither railroad connection nor .1'.1'I I wage of $i.50. lie bas three children nan, a switchman on the Central of

)i!1'=1f;: and old! and much has been learned i available water Inciluus, it was not j and au nsed mother depending upon of Georgia railway, was on a train First NationalOF Bank
I deemed advisable fir the in.
t:. i.i. r' ; and means discovered to remedy the purposes [ hi TIl.
..[ I tere ted. j which was moving very slowly and attempted
?t J defects of the by the u-e of I btion In the United I
The trimn
eye Iu conclusion the boastolte.:> that its qu to climb down from the end of
t i;};. glasses. i recommendation of the Charleston: sire States has been a most serious one ever a car. Ho slipped and fell under the !.

".1" ;') j j Spectacles should bo used whenever is banl simply upon its opinion that it since the introduction of railroads. wheels. Several cars paa-ted over him PSNBACOLA.

I: >ft.Hr' the vision becomes in the least is the better situ of the two. The maplrity ,1i It I i.; estimated tint no loss than 10,000 and ho was dead when taken from
', i report is signed: be R-':ar Admiral are carrid1 nightly; OT trains and that: under the train.American: D::!:I EOTOFLSJ:
impaired, either by day: or ai ht. --- -
-1. ;; 'i Frederick Rod;; 'r-, JTJSI ieur of the steal ride WM. H. KNOWL 8. W.
10.CXJO more are waiting to a Mn Their Kinblrm.TACOHA A. BLOUKT, F. C. BReST, W. K. Il Y ER. JR
; Common spectacles ;nli'uilJ: not be !;i; 'ioaril; Cap=uin George A. Converse. 'Ii ;
.< used under any circumstance a* !|i Civil Engineer C. 1 11 .\Nr"I n, Naval at the same Jmc. : Jan. 11.-Alaskan advices :i D, Q. BRENT,
:{ ;
t.
c Phllo'o'!>-ts already! noting that
Con tru J. II. Liunird, CouniasdrE. : I are
h i 'Y.: the light l U unevenly lefiacted, and :: II. Loutzo-tor au.l Lieutenant Com- ;! the CnslNh huisun: : is to be t-arichivl state that the :SitLa Indians, including ; (

i4 J i;... in such cases the eyes fail very rapidly 1 aiandcr S. .\. >mtoa. i I Ii by three now \\ovils as a direct resultof the llig'o/ Crow and Frog clans, who r m! 1 d ij Imik' E Mm B Ml nl M!
have been the of
i quarreling: over use
:t.l ;i i4 whereas, if Brazilian: Pebble- or I I Ii the S'Jmfrl! <-:1I1: \\nr-iiaiuely: ,
I'
tutems and other emblems cf their ra- w
j ;"!; .)r. the Finest C'rjslal Lenieare proper- ,; TO CHANG SHIPPING SILL. i, "khaLi." ""op} and "c"ip.niuidei-r"- frpcctite clans, have decided, after a long w y

''. 'rl ly a Jj j J'ted, the eyes will not, only see i to each of wbif! future li>iii-C;;iapbrrs conference, to pat csicio their differences
c its Ch.c.ceur l'.i*li.s at This Seseltt'ett I l'fiirWe draw oar our: J5iilf Fschaajre on Urea Ell;a:", Ireland
1st will ;give a tllstlnctlv! nearing.young and mako the American flag their tribal
H; perfect.aiuyuuthbutire strengthI Gsrinauy, France. Aastrii. Holland
Irl *
t. >" < uier.Vuiwr II | :: Italy. H--iia. Bel-lam, Hail.1. rc.r
t. I A v.oman of Raco Mc, recently I emblem. tray, 8'h.:16Il, Deuti isrk !ant other!
ened nd preserved.In \ .>v. Jan. 11.-The chiu.-es Etrpean ;)oantrfes!.
I I plIl'daH',1 a \'t'ur bit of brie I a-l>vac --- -- -
.t :all cases of imperfect vision of the -.li:1 Mib-i-ly bll ': at this O AVE ,. gr Vessel Dl .
i.t iia- nr nt a ;rent Imrgaia. Soon after the j doctors bills b. giving I'o- >bnrsc-d ilI"- .1 ha x.irs; ravoraoie '1-rc' i I. 'lell
1i1 r: ; and !adacho cin-'d thereby, aperfect I vb'iou seem lnft'htT; than: they hav '! \\hUf; club of uhic-Ii she is n member I iO I U.I1n: n.A D TAI to ID- ObIJ saTaVonPr./Abbaircri; cf Dctaaiioa 'r ell! "r ;_ ioej i-ari

fi 'i'H, spectacle: will give relief. I boon, t lou.;!! if the: Ell raises it willinuUless : I met at her hosn", and her chagrin could I rtlntl and children in time to prevent after! Vessel ArrlTog thete.y : .

i, 1 {t i'i' To pyp- tiro.1, weak, p linful! dimm- be change: materially front j hardly IK. Im'jinedhfn she discolored pneumonia or croup which are ;'fiafct 2oase
1t of BAl : Dsycsit for Bent in
't 11''" ed cr blurred! they ollir a strengthening I the shape in which! it was originally reported I| that: the fortunate winner of this article I fataltosotunis'thousands. >. with which ha-ffo Connection
t t* '!( rest and m'reshruout. In otherwords t J the! senate. i{ was the very clerk who sold it. I __ ,, w.-i a Pri-rato Apurtracat far the Usa
;
; The interests Lack: of this measure: i of a n t 1l'Q.
rl I?'': i remove the cause of tile dit'tI UlVfi llll'liltMl ,,tK.,, Mw..1 j' Who that can'tget
t ..,,10_.._...... ..... .,. I IJ I says you .
.a'H't AFTER taGRl 'PE-WHU ? a first class meal in a

t; 'i I Usually: -a racking;; couz'i; '! and a restaurant in Pensacola. % ir" : .

\ 1 s general feelln; ? of weakness.! FoIKY'S ,! .. .f.% fa! ...;::..:.:. Vfeifttf;
: Try one at The Xew Cordova :
tn rA
r: : !las.A lI TAK i i-? (riman-j ,It
1fo \ .r.. rh I II teed to cure the "gl iipe; cough" and and be convinced; .
; ; I (: ::5r t' Ater, y' Jrc"olo,;
::1 11'; w make yon: strong aucl \n 11. W. A.1 only oO cents.
__ __ {}fI'O?T1'n AND JOBBER
: ;,!" '' I 01 tuose nut.titiiurith the details of U'\lembertl'. OFIron
\1 l'UUIJU len=e?. I shipping are able to nuderstoo'l.. pro- --- --- .---- I :'o1t'lcl.i a-'Cietl.JtI'MIOl'. u:j3 11/-
.:.r.:. Many persons use gLusesoftoo : u-iions. Sole of the criticisms advanced For a Cold in the Head :r ..r <<4d -
t There will bo a regular meeting! : ; cf .adryaware
I i tl Pt; great: a ufractive power or too : ha\e been baaed oil an understanding Laxative Brcmo-Quinine Tlb!e'!. the Pen ncrl-i .Ifidcal ricchtv at N ;

1t' t strong; a magnifying pn.ver supposing I i' : that the measure would benefit I the: Hoard cf Health of1ce:4t- & '
Ix principally the lines; owning fast! pas- Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Still and
iJ'chck -.*-.'. I Steamboat tiappllaa:
t..l( 4 they sea bettor, 0t.< tcoi o- the exclusion llnmort of Mispnnelunlton. p.ji. Tuesday, Jan; Cookici:
to
f-enger earners: apparent and Haatiaa Stoves,
Paint
a J 4!tt+ mizat'iat' : they minot hold the of the freighters which carry the Married !Uly. "ho:-pitai trained.! advertises Visiting physicians are cordially ; : Oils and Winder Olas! ,
invited .
far from th' in part of the country's agricultural i that sheill receive Into her toatteal.J. A at3 and Tinware and
!t'.:;i yt! type t-o away in s > greater HARRIS PIERPOXT, M. D., Ilousefurnlshing Goods.Oaas .
111 t t.' '" short ll1e-thii is entiu-ly a mis: : exports. As originally drawn, tho house any "lady requiring care and }'re-ident.
If .e"i j bill seemed to favor these ocean greyI comfort. Including epilepsy hysteria or Pisioh and Fishing Tackle
this the MARCELLUS MC-CREARY, M. D.,
II! ...f.; take. A-i causes cihryinusdfs I hounds. "
.
slight! mental case. The advantages m2tf;
l to relax, cauias a hardening Secretary. I
f t t :ii I'reldPnt Continues to Improve. of being "hospital trained:*' AGENT for Birmingham; Kolllng Mills
Company, Revere
I -- -- --- Giant
\1. ; of the I,* =, and -----
i Crystalline < nse
I !:: The South Bucks :Standard:: has a sim- 1 i Stitched
.
"It I WAMUNGMOX: Jan. 1 1.-The president J. M. Clutter's Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, LaMn A Rand
will have to cnng.i! for till '
you liar mistake In a delightful Imrngrnpbdescl'ihln :, Powder
', continues to improve. Nothing his' CompAny, Johaaoa'a( Kahonsiae, Iron Ring asd Buck's htoves

stronger LTBSS I rapid succession; i case at all unfavorable has: so far ap- : ;; some photographs taken! bya Music; House, and Ranges, Wm Coups & C.>/. Raw Bids Lace Leather, Mft !ry'e !
'; :s.9. and lo-se tho power of accommodation I local artist at a fashionable shooting Read
.1 ti: : peared. Made. Railroad! Colors.
I., ; ____.___
f1't ; :. s+ or lose the powr t,> aJjutp i paity. "Excellent: portraits have been The Leading Masc! House in Florida:

ij:j ;: :1t' your eyes to the different ditinces, FRESH MEAT GOES HIGHER. I secured," runs the paragraph, "of the and Alabama. Masonic Temple) Pensacola Fla.

Duke of -, Earl -, the lion. -, This: pioneer music house has established ___
tl:: ,1' r'y constnueutly you will have to wear Porterhouse Steak belling at 22 Cents n
the Countess -, who Las the little! a reputation for fair dealing and ,
jlr:,1 alaree:from near and dntatil yijiou. Per Pound. Lord on her knee, and Indeed, all low priccs. Manufacturers! sucnts for I .

spec'I j CHICAGO, Jan. 11.-Prices for fresh i| the members of the party the Olebrated Krauich & inch: piano: HEINBERG BROS.O X CO.

: I moats yesterday reached tho highest In Texas a man once advertised for also Chicktring: \7ebt-r, );roll, Lester, D11g I MA rMl C ,
the house will since 1604. With 8" : Smith\ & Dime, Utliard: and ]loyal! r1.
All orders for
sent to point January "a boss hand oved 5.000 sheep that can

be promptly attended to. If i 000 cattle, 30,000 hogs and 10,000 sheep speak Spanish fluently." Then thor the Pianos factory These, and pianos are !tot are shipped direct from over ,1 B OLL! Gn G ngERJ O S

Homo oflice 511 Fourth street, j on the market at prices ranging from was the horse dealer! who boldly adver the country (rom oneH.XC'H Sash Doors

t Louisville, Ky.: Pen':.icola ofiicei I Ir f 1.5o to f.j.00 for cattle on the hoof, tised. "A splendid gray horse. calculated ,
hogs i":.10 to IS- i'j! and sheep $3: ,;;0 to : for a charger, or would carry a IIOt>KTO .\ OrllEH.Yon .
Room
26 Hotel
Ecauihia. Office
1 i' I JioO per 100 pounds, the consumer was lady with a switch tail." A member of can alway h. sure that tie piano Blinds, Laths, Palafox Street,
; f ..I'b j# hours 9 a. m. to ;3 p. in. C<>u5ultat j[ forced to pay 3i: cents per pound for a a well known club WitS standing on the you get from CLUTTKK I U new We

.. I tl tion and examination fre". i ii [ porterhouse steak, 10 cents per pound steps of his clubhouse when a stranger keep all pianos! sold by u' In tune for Flooring. Pensacola Florida.
) I I for pork chops and S0! cents per pound
two free of charge. Ttrms
( :. ::::= and asked "Does a man jtar ou new
npproached
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W<-.U demon Not I II i for choice cuts of lamb and mutton. piaoos: from $S per month up. '
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Al ore. Tho prices worn: Sirloin. 2') cents; belong to your dub with one eye named : Goats for J, J, McCaMl & Cots for acceptable Idea,.
I J .i. -reli about the frailties of human : roast: beef, 7 to 12 cents; salt pork 11 Walker?" "I don't know" wa the 112: and III South Paldfox Street State if patented.

I : nature' said" a well known insurance cents; corned beef, (1 to 13 cents. These answer. "What's the nnme of his other Sawn Cypress Shingles.OFFICE THE PATENT RECORD'

i I.t' agent the other Jay. "No one else hast prices considerably increased the cost, to cje?" An nd'prU"t'u't'nt contains W. T. GORDON & Baltimore, Ml ,
CO.
,HKl : to di'-c'0\ef of families AND
; linif.r J eo g au opportunity tho heads the request for "a coachman to look I DEPOT:
them as an Insurance: man.n inci '' Child'' "
J t ; -I Helpful after a pair of huis-rs" of a religions Street
M l EElila 2Ei stoit lias Leans BayUn Wharf. TeIfpJm9310.PENSACOLA. : .
1 t ; ": dent occurred a few; diys ago: that Call'r- Iy, what a big grl! you nre turn of mind" One is reminded of the !
I-', showc-d me a .he! of a oei;:;llhur's character getting to be! lou'll be able
t soon to borrow : RINK
countryman who wtnt round to ACME BRER D !
uh'th' I (had never SUI"'l.tc,1 tof help yoir mother about the bcuse. a "recumbent posture" in which to SPfmr AmmON fi'KI' 10 GOll[I10 3. !

f .. esltt. A tire broke out In his; homo. Lthel-Oi.! 1 do that alreaJy.Vbcn- London 'lobe.
1)I take his med.ciue.: 109 fat Ccvfrnmtnt Street
and, u lo rOil Lnow. tint: 11I,11'ut three ever: she says "For goodness* sake. got Ijp0! Tile handsomest

t Mocks to a It'phuae! to retort[ It when out of my way:" 1 do lU-Phladelphla!! One on I.rii.;.'. Opera House Building/: i lluUlJ -
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PENSACOLA. FLORIDA-
there was a ,phune li!:;.it i.i hihou'C.. Press. "".I.r.t d > you think I saw u-hi a I was ... in anA (f' the

"I taw the tire SUl13fll'\' it Miito: coming: rp i 1:1 the car tin niormn;!':" a --- cheapest prices ever offered m I. w. n rf WHISKY
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and rI.I,1 l to g!\t' ns.i.-tanci' It teas The eastern edge of the North American ed :'l'wtnr'nl.'ott! of :Si--pi! I.CK!;:O."I Ll.TAYLOIl in Pensacola. See ow'displalJ'
C.
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while holping: '! to pack: things: ; up that I Idlscourvil Il continent Is overto\u'd! by the flint Uanw -\.1-T inquired tl. ,
l"i l the ml I tuinrd n Sfhut'r: frn.Ti :M.i"ihn tts (curmn-lr. Murston $Finch.
I \ phone : th1 sea, and that Is why the water near I MANUFACTUREROF
"Kxi'.jthirg looki'l :JI"l'hucl.l..1 Sator !I-
i ,t alarm. Saw it raises a !;II'IIIfrl'lrll the const Is so shallow. To find the WoAOtt.N : Smoke \V.Harper\ Cp

is ,. Of tl.e Iii2Jii.alii: to lK'lie\o that tlu true edge of the :great continental landmass -":". r L'1' 'Kn'Iy;! ii\pcl r:,tott '1-;' STYLISH::: ...

: owner t.ltl' fi>i :gotten there was a tile one world! hare to travel about \ pocket :11..1! band 1 th" <'.dorad:l m.i:< i ," -- '- : Scientific # Tailoring. -

t t r :, phciniu his! lions.. That he shoat! !s.I') miles due eastward from New York. a cvir.-\Va- :ngt; 11 ptciaI! ill : L'w' -V"

# have acted :'s l.e li'l! undiTinliic's on:''> Yolk World_ ..- ..... --- The Best in the Market.llaollheiss

i : I QWIily! and not In'llu.. .
faith In pt-ope! In ;gt'neral.i quantity W.Weiland
i "Think! of it. Then 1 was seating! DeWitfs Little Early Ki4rs such When threatened pneumonia : ,
viluiblo little or any other lung trouble, prompt relief m T i [ H t
t liver pi-!! Ifjr ,
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and i-ndangeilns: ; my l.fe: to save hiprojHtty Pharmacy, ,;due Kit :i-s i i"iiece :uy, as it i is dan-tromto : No. 204 S. Palafox St.,
John
I j ',j; while he was anxious, evidently :Sheppard.; ; ,i delay. We would suggeit; that I ... .... ... -, FI-HKK JI'ILDI-:.. .. JUb; Tai; I a Siril' !
ft 11 to have it burn. Such condu-t - -- -- One Minute Cough Cure be taken as; ..." --. -, ::: 1

is I : i q doesn't encourage one to exert himself DILL PICKLED.: son a* indication* ff having taken 'i=;; U-_. ij A.,...

.. '.a I! for others" HOLLAND IIERm G. i i 1,I cold are noticed. It cures quicklyand 'i) C \ MENiS AND SUES

"Ily the way," Interrupted a listener RED HERRING. : its early u;*> prevents consumpItion. in' mi+ Of ley: IESCFIPIION FOIL MEN OP. BOY
I Harsis' Pharmacy: Hdney:
I I Mld any of your companies( hold a policy Made to Measure, Fit Guaranteed..f .
NEiMACKEREL.. Kahn, John fcheppard. J3ros.
: on that house?' PIG'S'FEKT. !! ____ i Executed in Ire; Highest S'/h of the Art. (. the Ilea Materials; the Highest : er
tot f "Kow you are asking a loading question : Style\ of Art, with Supei ior Workmanship I ,

i a ," replied( the Insurance roan with AT MULLER'-a..- CLEANED CURRENTS: Work CsllBi For 2Ei Delirerii : at the Very Lowest Prices. l'EXSACOL.FL_\.
i r a guileless smile. "What I am saying PHONE 1'W. LAFOX SEEDLE11A1SINi: ,
f NEW CITRON MAIN HOL'bE: :
Js that the actions of that man are a We will launder your spreads for FREE OF CHARGE.

sad commentary on human nature.i ."- 1 15 cents each and make them look CRANBERRIES AT H,, .MCLI.ER.S. Special Attention 6irei ti Cieanisg *il 8. Palafo'x Street Phone 111,

i f Kansas-.. City' Journal I j like new. Star Laundry ___ I PHONE 213. 400! 6. PALAFOX No. 9 North Palafox St. : 'land Dleieg.y BRANCH: OpD. Ualoa .Dep t, Fiona :'Ii I



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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1901 7


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Aan.e
lta6y t'abamperf'lI.
Dear
!, SaI'r ts.e air Itit-Ly Hernlr-I suppose jon have BABY'S BUSINESSA HAZING AT WEST ?OINT.It .
to
-.d! J'ing once Wain. much time glv. I
end
Al i; work
to
.. mJ lr mothrr. going through BUGGIEST
? r : plr- .tandatd books for healthy is comfort- would seem as if the army officer
..,,r ,., ,," ,.-.1 her tml ton.BM. historic novel. data in writing your baby who are in charge of this institution
.. -,"" :\" awn Killed !
II. "J 1r shnhu! d a d..uLt: Earuly-.Not me. I just male the his- able ; and that is enough fora rigid might to maintain a discipline sufficiently .
c ,' e. -It', fit!? ....teUlt'5aI tory as I go; alone, and then it won't disturb prevent outrages of this class.- ------ --
Detroit
Journal.
r :., ti. irs.dc eoacj; titt.-Exchange.Intnlonhle stage,my not plot.Listorr.-Deuver Realism belongs News. to the baby. His business in life is Whether Booz's death was due to cruel We hare recently replenished our Stock of Vehicles, and can otter an

treatment is a disputed point but there is Assortment including

.UiUtant.p XVIIli i to grow. I no doubt that inhuman practices have

:.! tint wealthy, bridal couple have .- said; Impunity"Observe. the -. I been perpetrated upon cadets at West ( Etc.
: -? the frozen limb fowl roosting on I Aside from acute diseases, Point.-Syracuse Toil-Standard. Traps Surreys Baggies Wagons -
r."Vr'S 'fI.! y Jeep a librarian who "how I disregard tie The ,
thins tat talc or the fundamental rules of health I keep: his food is the of array officer! or other friend of
most
care
mv I cause
v ) I West Point
t who lifts In Great
d. .: ., _."Indianapolis Journal. head warm and my feet cool, and yet I a finger to preventthe Variety of Style at the VERY LOWEST PRICES; also a
t -. -' : never take cold:' I of his troubles. But Scott'semulsion most searching and public investigation -

flf a Mate.T So saying, the tucked; her head under possible of the Benz case docs West Full Line of Harness to Suit each Vehicle.
.tuq' I her wing and went to Point ft serious disservice.-Rochester
sleep.-Chicao; of cod-liver oil delivers

... .r.t\? j I'! 'I"|t'-chaitH! uml, hand of disease and foot is the for ,I II I Tribune. h+m from it. I Democrat.The authorities ought to order an Invest $$6 ..-See our Stick-Seai Open Driving !Wagon6 6 t

Wr-t:: f.rlll "f slaveiy. George D. !, At a Contort Musicale. i tigation and, if the report of the brutality

w.,..Jn;. >,f Manchester, Mich., !'I .Mrs p'aeon-Streetc (during Miss! He isn't sick only a little is false, show it to be such. Others than 'I

,wueh a slate was made, Skrwthea vocal s!,!o-Do ; the parents of the young man are inter'I'j'I''
1.:;: II'. jys: "My wife has been !!i Howtls! Mr. I'orkham? you enjoy I II hitch somewhere in his ested in the affair. The truth of

: -. for live years that! she I!I i )Ir.%I'orkhum (from Chicapo-Toa betI I ma- fair can be found and ought to be with I JHilliant I'oljnsott tt eon. I

j i turn over in bed alone. I ilon t! And if there's another verse to chine for turning food intogrowth. the lent possible delay.-Pittsburg News. j
:: ; : bottles of Electric that i .
tl': .-.;.g; two sons I'm going to< get ouU-Brooklyn
.t- -Ie! is wonderfully improved I Life. I I CHIPS FROM CHINA. THE BIG STORF.
n
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j ,i :e to do her own work. This I !

.,,,:'?;1 i.v cur-remedy'; nervonsnesssleepless-for female diseases The The calf that Season frolicked of on Sa tho
When execution of Prince Tuna is to be ,
:. .. a.lanehllheadache.! back. rostg "'ere bloom
f.\intin-I ; and dizzy spells. This Kcw stands bumped up behind the tam baby, to help him over a hitch I followed< \>y his arrest.-Pittsburg Times.It .

A frey to doubt and gloom. seems now that China will get
: medicine Is a god- away
: .',, te working;
: with mere food-the emulsionis with whole 216 South Palafox-Opposite Postoflice.) ,
down a territorial skin, for which
;, j t,, weakickly run peoEtery Tie farmer clu beside the stove
; b..guaranteed. Only I And cracks a cut or wAnd food that has the I thanks ate due entirely to Uncle Sam.- Fine Fruits Candies Cakes Nuts '
Etc.
tact to Baltimore
'. ,"...t.. S<,U bv W. A. DAlenl-I pounds his thumb and thinks the world get Herald.It ,
,. I.t, I Is just a tale cf woe t I would be interesting to< know on
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; -- I ISfEf Ir I -,_ Chkigo Time .Herald. there. I what grounds the French and German AND ALL KINDS OF HOLIDAY GOODS. ;

governments justify the reported removal
LIC T/CES1 I' Not a IlanJwritlnc Expert.: The tact to get there is med I of astronomical instruments from the observatory Chocolate Drops, 20 cents a pound. Jelly Gum Drops 25 cents a pound.

II'I "What kind of poetry do you like' !icine. at Peking.-Baltimore Sun. Marsh Mallows, 25 cents a pound.
I II i
lest? Field Marshal von Waldersee, whose I

I| And the man with bent shoulders and aI II. We'l 1 send you little to try,i f yon 11*. men have been looting and slaughtering! ; SEE OUR STOCK BEFORE YOU BUY.

I I nary eye never looked cp from his deskas SCOTT & EOWSI log Purl Knot, New York right and left ia Peking, is: said to be j
Of.E CEi I IrOJID..1 he deeply displeased with the American .
: answered: policy I j -- ----- ----- -- --- - --
-'l'ncwrittl'n.-WnsI-.icgtCln Star. i toward China. This is just about the I I

--- I.O-'I'. latest compliment which the aforesaid H H. MICKE
lilt the: :?tart:.
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---- -" could receive.-Philadelphia! Bullet ,
policy
| They: l-ooal d. it 1 Uvn I I D
shown
\i _. diamond stud lland- Thouph ss quite clearly .
1 I + l lor return to James Mensdroeery. Bulls-Those safe blowers out at Saburluis That wotui.ii carnet throw a stone

,. I- Jtf'_. ',i were beautifully dNappoIstc-d.: It carne as s'rst,'!ht as 6tr'ijl; I ,'..,.3 1 be- I I'rWe.Kimmons '

1.1'0 14LN1)- ---. Iul.l.s-Cashier ahead of tucni? I Ttc kiss my i.""Ilr8'1 tlftw at G : -Say, can't you afford a bet- '! Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter :

: is .. ."."--- -- -.-- Bot.bs-Xo. The depositois ny! use -.--CUcajo RccoJ.Sometime ter lodging; than the attic? | ;I

.' \\ -l>oyou need money! the hack t7 store their gulf sticks in.- Timmins-Didn't I always tell yon 11
11 I| 'ovs any amount you want *
Baltimore American.There would allow no one to walk over me- '
-: tiile.oii.mprmej terms nod lowest city rates real ,, ''[0:1.1-. I 'w do you {'!rltin that part I Indianapolis Press. No. 5 South Palafez Street 3:

Mouth l'init:: tf the \cv-o nl.Kh says, 'As a fool diet! I
i rulier.tH'i! : : Won Id Reo DIuilniMIoii. '" All Kinds o. Plumbing: and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on KtndJkJS. if
How JcKsa fiultl.i: ': | A cold, cough or la can be'
j grippe jj
T'nhcr-Xllw, Tommy, if you had 12 "He ON I'KK-MNAL and little I
l.) \:> apples your brother a l..I.J'ou .
\| apply lo:\..'\. Usher, hiheri | for one-half <,t them, how many would TliLu\' -- | of two FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. !
a'.il atfft. j"'tf : i Beware of substitutes. W. A. D'AI-I
hate ?
you lift flight In Their Line. ![ emberte. i iJvOTICU I ESTABLISHED lSC:;. I f
Tommy ( ,
promptly)-Twelve.-Catholic
> \\l TO IJOKHOW MONEY Fir! I .' \ insure your property, pro- Standard. St-eonJ Mi'i'maid-What K it, dear? f j '"a

.i it, : ly tulf.of aDd..sCription.buy or sell rl'IIt'have- I True. first )Il'rlUllio1ship loaded with By direction of the Chamber of i iI i McKENZIE OBRTINQ & CO.

d! or your taxes attended to, Miss Oluen j rainy Jay skirts has just sunk.-CUcago Commerce and the Young Men's ,
-My! I could have
never
0 II': 1"l'bos. C. Wauon Co. News. I Business notice Is
; League hereby
., KI Insurance agents, Fensai the face to wear such a low necked dress I o DEALERS IS- 0 Ii
given that a public meeting will beheld
., I.'. rgfi indderate. To tverjoneit as that. I
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i.,t from us '\\II'Ult..nd money I Miss ''STATE OF OHIO,CITY TOLEIO, { in the city of PenS\colaonJan. I' ;
Young: -Xo, of course not dear
i i 1.. build house HU-tt nor the shoulders either.-Philadelphia; 1 LucAsCotNTY. S"{ uary Ifith. at 7 o'clock p. m., at the I I Ship Gbandlery and General Hardwares Ij s

Bulletin. circuit court room, for the purposeof
rou 1t1"ri'I'. I I FRANC: CHEXHY makes oath discussing: annexation of West
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f''T-Tao turulsbed rooms Kt :0 1 Beat Oat of an Increase of His Pension. j that he is the senior partner of the ,, Florida to Alabama. All citizens, CO3 AND 605 S. PALU'OX 8TIIEET. Ii
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I'L ,. arden htreet. ItlJ I III firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing I not only of Pensacola and vicinity, A.GENOV -
-- -- ---- I A Mexican war veteran and prominent I. business in the City of Toledo i, but of West Florida, are invited to t
: r. NTUriMtii l: dwelling corner I editor writes: "Seeing the advertisement county and state aforesaid, and that' attend. REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLING'8 SONS CO.'S
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I I' t >'lonft Hud beliuunt streets.w of Chamberlain's Colic said firm will pay the sum of ONE I W. K. HYER. JR., GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL & BON'S PUMPB. ;

lIro11"011I.. .- -- Jlw---- 'I Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy I HUNDRED DOLLARS for eachi President Young Men's Business
i
\ H'UVISHH: Front Uooms.itclass am reminded that as a soldier in i and every case of Catarrh tha; cannot League. Cass Ciriiji, flats, Oils, ItBtlsa! Ustrenects, Chars, fielert, Cktlii r

N. buar for a limited I Mexico in '47 and MS, I contracted I be cured by the use of HALL'SCATARRH W. A. BLOUKT, COMPASSES. LOGS ETU. II
Terms :
d ladies or gentlemen. Mexican diarrhica and this remedy .
CORE.FRANK
President Chamber of Commerce.The .
Cor-
bell Imfl.
I ,.1 I' "'.me"andtbll..tr"I'trs.May block from : has kept me from gettinpran increase | J. CHENEY. C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bir:PiloU' Benevolent Asso .

"I MJlm.L' in my pension for on every renewal Sworn to before me and subscribed man who owns his own home ciation.
t dose of It restore me." It i ia unequalled j f{
a 1
in my: presence this 6th day of December insures himself against lots of
i t 'I i Two story house new, lit: as a quick cure for diarrhoeaand
A. D. 18fc6. trouble and
worry. Nobody can if.
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r W a .:i..ktrevt.e.. U, near H. Hellers.-pring.5J-II All : is pleasant and safe to take. For I I raise his rent, and the rent day has TIME TABLE.

J-ori- artla hy Hannah Itrna and all medicine -'II'| I enAt. \ A. W. aLEAHOX, no terrors for him. It's easy to owna \
l L''' N -Sly i ogle- -torr cottage dealer ( !
I' ... ,1 iiiAlnK rooms and kitchen, I I Notary PJblic.' home now-a-days. ThOS. C LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .
I iiiiint meet one door from 1! Hall' Catarrh Cure is taken internally Watson & Co. can tell you how
,. : CHAXGI: OP SCItEIULKEffective
i Apply to Mrs. I.( tlcftrrltt.In I [ and acts directly on the easy it is. Call and see them. I EFFECT JANUARY 27. 19+A.4
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1 Jan. 14th, train No.2 will blood and mucous surfaces )f the .
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t 1\ i Aery desirable nore on leave River Junction 5w: p. m., arrive I system Send for testimonials, free. .,0.. n. .,0.. .... I I ...0.. }. 'I' ,.,0.. .. l t
r ireet.., :?n.:11 ii South 1'alftfox. i! Pensacola 10:50 p. m. and leave I I. F. J.CHKNEY& Co., Toledo 0 (Jrapd optioerjtal TourOFTHEDISTINOC1siiED !! 12b noon !1VIpm Lea..e..... l'.D arola. ..../.rrlve 4:15pm aata1n .
l v I. UUKt'nhl'llll" ...
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\ i upleil 2:111 pm 12:50 night Arrive..F'lomaton Arrive 2:45 p m 2:11i am'
Heher, HH'iH Pensacola 11:05 m., making leav- -- -- --- -- -- .
\uiJlj to Wui. p. i 4:12pm 3:06am Arrl..e...... ICJbl1e. .Arrive lr.llnooD 1se: night
Hn-tf ) iux time fifteen minutes earlier thanat I L. C. SARRA i M.I: p In 7:40 aim Arrl I'.N8W UrJfo&nll.Arr Ilia D1 7:4.5pm :
Ioam ArrlvR... ,! : merY'.Arnve ilnOam thIOpm11:40am
r>t-cla-8 furnlbhed rooms present.'train 6:00pm: : .. .. ...... I .
Na h111'
I'h I .. 7:10pm Arrive. Arrl 2:21atn i \I:' 'am
rnuldernlm- No. 6. leaving Pensacola at I I
and |
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VIOLIN VIRTUOSO
J.oul.\ll1e.Arrt
12:25 noon 2Jfll: m Arrh'e. ; 5:12pus 2f5am
So. w, corner Wright ITaliu and ,2i: :>, noon. will be changed to No. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, I 4:05pm ill5am Arrh'.nllclnnatl..l.l'avtll 11:45pm l1flOpm 1'p..:.,

4 with no change in time. i
No. &.i W. Brlmont. I'honelM!. BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE

OK. "A.,- ..I.>.i.-:-.------.--.. 1 On same date two new trains will APPLICA"ION.I I: leOIOra Jaeksor) !
Race art be added. ;Mobile accommodationwill ESTIMATES ON : i

t. n ,,,t :of i.irjrle trotting. Sulky bOUlb eight.hobbb :< leave Pensacola; : at 7:13;: a. in.. I II I I Ii l1i.snil1ht x0. 21. I 7:1.:-00.8., am.I ....... ........PI'IlSR'Ob.. ....".. Ilailpm No. 2. i 6tppm No. 22. 4FEOIESSIOUAL

i | s. l hl'al' Alton linei arrive Flomaton b:45; a. in., Mobile I i PL'ITOUTEl 1IY I Ii l:6. nlght I 7:11: am. ... Milton ... 1I1:1I p m I 6: 'O p m
: ",'I I'liii'-ton. or any kind n I"utl. 11 :ou a. m.. making local stops southof i I II 4:03am i P:25am: .. 1)eFuniakbprings. .. ... att4pm: 2lopnx
.\|' tol'ul MeHiijb.I OPERA HOUSE : lilllOllm 11II; am ... ......"...Iblplty; .. .. ... .. S:55 pm 1i.7pm
-tit, Flomaton. I JOSEPHINE ELBUMA j i.Iim I 11:158111 .... .... .. ... Mllrllullla........ 1IllIpm 12ll noon I
l'enacoln accommodation will ,_.._. __ ,
I ':liam: 12a( noon ....,.. ..tlnrJuDellon (iOpm: luUam
I H aliforniu hrlt.CilnhI Mi'MIIInn ami leave Mobile! at o: llioi. I
Xl' .t Mtrtle'., u>- andlthstreet.trees: 'ij-tf :17:23; p. in. and arrive Pen acola 9:00 EXTRA !U PR'MA DONNA SOP RAW). I ....... .... ..h.... 7i; pin......... .JackSOD\llIe 11:1 c II III .. .

''I m. J. W. Li'KTox .
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1i I 1'hrbt anl.ryl.teorlowlyI I |
I I. .t niinlv in IVrdulo river nenri .ijlw D. I' A. SATURDAY JAN. 12. ;
OAEDS.
,1 i..tnrllur... .. J'1I111'ularii', Ala.:7d1n1 ml.Iriki -, .,_ ____ I
< i\< i Mnrlow Cleanliness is next to MATINEE: AND NIGHT. Pratt, i iCONXRT u "

I.. "L' "i Flee easy most term's desirnble by the lots tislirrkillCJ In Godliness, examine our -- I PIHK15T Dr. ff/ \\areeIJus JT/ \5rcary<< !! Kodol

\ : ', -VJ1, Mouth: I'lllHtllt 'A itchen whenever you please THE EAGLE SCREAMS I .

I",1111 and see for yourself. Has AN1> :<) WILL YOt AI1 WILL APPI A.n ITS' Fhysi iricc ad Snr fcn

tvAiV'1.1i/... ....---.----.---- this invitation been extended GRAM) CONCERT Dyspepsia Cure
HENXCSSV Iesulencc I1* \\><: I.nl'.ua.
LEROVLEIn
\, \t niire.hix !:clld rockwhite T'II'pIIll1l6n.4I.. I
.I I"hrd 1nia.irytueut: to by others. Try a "
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you Uloe J> %-mhprte Building 111"!, S'lll
\ -1 ulleKc building. ., u- talrsU meal at the New Cordova the rag':1: l.iutiiiliiK comedy i ::$January 26th.= i 1'alarux Mrtet. Phone 171. Digests what you eat.

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\ i VII i/unit/ or empty ouarthyhatte only 50 cents. ,I 11 artificially digests the food and aids
OTHERPEOPLE'S Dr. G. H. Tuttle Dr. J. G. Heard.
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$ NA.FaraasAN. ,, -- i Thi'1 is the first tsub'crintiou Concert Nature in strengthening aud recon

MUlCh' I this season The list'is open at TUTTLE & HEARD, structing the exhausted digestive or

\ ; i\- .. te-th3ttl94aiDan955t l'EXS.'OI.Fa.: ., Dec. 21, I'M! >. Clutter's Music House )lr. Jeorgf'' gans. It Hthe discovereddipest-

.11. jy.'Ui I'o tt'bolu U May Concern: i : Clutter has: charge of the sab-crip- DBN SL UUGI ON ant and tonic. Ko other preparation It instantly *

On and after the above date. H. t:I tion Ii.t. and as the guarantee for Coi approach It in e1ldc'f1cy.
i IInsI-)'- I'or liiii-ril-. 3 L' IMKMiCISTKIM.T.; : : relie\'es and permanently
.. ---------- K. Dms will not be recognized a* I this concert is; large Mr. Clutter desires -
U I I It- !I-"K: Ft'Nt:rt.ll.y furnished a union contractor by the Central I i as many signatures: as possible ; Over 01l'abn'8.Phllnp Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,

, ',' : \'"n':1oi"SI'.t: : dr.'gory Council.'F. I l Sick Headache Gastralpia.Crampsand!
-.'Mini B. MEEKFU. I musical attractions are !
all other results of imperfect digestion.
--------- MI-LKI.I.AX; President.Secretary. : rare in lenacola and all mu-ic-il i
I.IH VTION.VI. I Ke wise for once and see something bn;. 1 should this their =QJ 1'riceMe. and <1. Lareesnecontains2Ktimesm.ill
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;I 8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, JANUARY J2, 1001

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; : f twelve o'clock the-party {' ,
repaired to
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SOUTHERN
iitJIt the Library Hall next door, where ,
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;.. i I dancing was indulged in until the :, ItolIllian\ rose
hours.
.Jr'" .' "I'-vvee sma" ; GOFFERAR1TIM WoRa' S.
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: : j'I '<%>" -::: : B. C. Tunison ha S
.\. .1";': .' ;\k\ Mr. ;? returned .\:\{: .\ P..tTurpentine-. :.. ( ,
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i.ij I from a business tiip to Biiosi, ML-s. i t
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..;::"l : -' \ -- 1' I| Thursday: evening! Ir. an.j Mrs. F.

.1 p; : C. Brett entertained Admiral Far- St-V.s
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;J : ( '. cuiar end stall and Lieut-Uora. ,
j V Usher at a moist charming din- .
l.t'U i ner. The dining room was ColliI.f-e] Outfits and Extra E. : ;. ,

tl'lft'Jt. i'exquisitely; decorated Jn pilms! V.'oriiis. Furn.ice D<>..'. ,

I .., .1 I: '- 1 sffiilax and cat fl ivrcr*, the table he- Always on H.:. ..
i1 ingadornedbyoialy American l)*= 11-

.1 I&ij I. ; ties: aad c.-vers worelau for twenty $ <( 1 takeciu .-:;:

l .f/ft ( and iee,nine cakes coursesvere and other served sweets, the in ': "- .-- '-ae .: : ;; (I fill(!J stl! S piymen: :. r V--r. :\ !'j'J ;'. -

At, 4' Amricau Beauty tints. ..'J nepaiiinj DOCP .
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1.1 The Married Ladles': : Euchre club Heavy Coppersmithing.Stcam Pipe and! s
: ) V. / ; _- \ net this week :at Mrs, Ssm Isaacs'. Copper Work.

4 "f First prize, a fancy orniment.: was _id !S 'jftt Copper, Brass, LtuJ! .
1-: / won !by: Mrs." Ken ferson ; second
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)j, I' : L prize Moog.! a cut ;&i.-ts.s knife rcoOt, Mr>-. '1 PBILE, M:, f-? :'::. :::- :


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; Tuesday evenint at t'i 'Lt.thirty

i:{, .. i it o'clock parents; at North tie resilIence Baylen of street theb'ilo's, ili*= q. \ 1-Y I? r I c1lL! 'I
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4 t : 'il' Ii Susie, secord d.1uJht of Dr. Ma- : rI \\

: I < : -.' rean, and Sir. TIlWil'J.; Owen, of I "
t hii united F\POtT3
: city were ia the holy! I
bond- of matrimony, Rev. I'erclvalH. F 'r Jftcuary to cue .. .. ...__.J7"!{I;, : ((1i I

11 \Vlialcy ef Christ church c ffl- :t !
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_:; : PREVENTED BY CUTICURA SOAP.TREATMENT. ci UnTh;\ +:-ho'us vras exquisitely I AIUU"EP.Spau Mo-
s' Arcbinder.iaa.: sigarlarns!
% : d-corated in palms, trailing vines I bi.e to Ba..r-. tlu 0\\ody A Co 44' ,
j' .-Cleinse the scalp anl tail with warm shampoos of CrncrsjlSOAP : I'Ifo !
and violet Abut twenty-five ;' Br s.s ('airnros.,9tr.)) ., 1'.>Ut r. TenenZe: toW i i '
t. '} rinse with warm water, dry carefully anl apply a light dressing of Ccncrai Rueits WHE' f't H'ut. The .'bride'i' Keys"rl.\ t'o ie/ J tiluiiito H : i II.! ; :
.' skin rubbed into the This It .bp'n1o"! -, MossC;; Marelia;; to JII,
emollient refreshing
c-owntd -Z
b" ; foral cores gently scalp. simp'io : : was beautifully in white or- ,:i Kixesco Bro : ( .
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J ''I and inexpensive treatment will clear tho scalp and hair of crusts scales and frandie over talT: >ta find carried ai I '- --I. P'Cprp; "

;. dandruff soothe irritated and itching surfaces, stimulate the Lair follicles, supply white prayer booh. Mis Annie! Rosaco i i-.t LF.tl. : .

t;:, 1! the roots with energy and nourishment and make the hair grow upon a sweet :: acted a? maid of honor and i I 1 i I Br 's Pf-ccnriaoor, Nuiia, .th'.dan k ;t : ..
white tulip blue silk :: and l.undK- .. .
wore over pale ; "
'k" I wholesome and healthy scalp when all else fails. : Fr bk J 8 Deiasnje.;: torLce aZ3re -
carrying a bunch of pink: carnatkn.Thebest : ?. :
r tj'; I : Millions of Women Ta CrncrsA SOIP exclusively for be itifying the skin forthe storr'5? i, Ital l j r..I rain: was Mr. Melvel Owens \Kli .
: f of UUog hair for tofecug and whilealng rad, rough banif: la the form of bath for annoyin cf Atlanta: a brother of the :I lr tik Visurgo, Meisner, Buenos Ayres
;.h ImuUons,fur too free or oSen iV8 plntlon.ia the form of "' ahf.for nc'"Uve weaknee, .
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I ; gco1m. The host of friends: of this .. \ ,, "
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f I tat many unatire antiptie pnrpo t!, and for at the purpose*of the toilet,oath: aaJ. nuraery.Crnctai LEARF.D .. ,,
popular: young; couple! wi ...r' I II t SOAP comL ale USE SOAP at 0>B Pat'el.viz., K OEMS,the BZST ell aad coai.plctioa possible for their j It ship VanluR'a. ISTft. Castaznola;; : by I ,
happiness .
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t op,and the DBT toilet and baby soap la the world.reifiiTi Paars, l'unwodv&toforeooa.: nub '; !
:: wedded life. \l"tit timber, CioOuOs tt Sawn t.jnbera'!'- \ !
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In.UtL HD ifTimi TKUTIKT roi ITIIT nriflK. PUCE *i.tt Co"letitiOf
:' t f Crricin Soap (S... (.Crnorn Oiincirr (i>juid Orrirrn KIIULTIIT (>oJt.1. A f-n-.n, MI II v *oQffidtal ue ':3.: tr eve th. ..wr..t es ,I litl.1 Diua AID Cum.totr.,Sate I'rojifc,!IooI.III. bcdfot"1owWCuzeveryUaor."fzoc.'ii' ;\
; I f wa entertained this week by Miss I I YILLASY. i _ Phone 105. Pcn-j; fit
Cora (tolJ-tuker. Ij"s" Sarah Kji.ir: The Br ss CarsUle which sailed *ro'i his
two caerts were present and a thoroughly the port on Jau b for Vt-Dice,put bad laio port =
won first, which was a tiny guld
I l afternoon with sortral screw loosaon;;
:1 ', SOCIETY EVENTS\ delightful eveainj; passed.Mr. '' picture: frame, anti1 ri'. Joo Roth her propeller 5 THERE ARE

won the second, a purse. I -- OTHERSe!
and Mrs. A'.tnon! H. Payne i COLLIDED.

eave a farewell party in honor of PIUMTKIl DKAP. i The tag 8rap5nn collided with the
:f i : : 0 OFT11EYEEK\ ( MiNettie Lewis of Water Valley.Miss. !cboonerJoha F. Krantz this afternoon, BUT TEE

zi it! : ., at their hospitable home on T. 1) Adams Kiplrcn in Front of,j 1 but there was oaly_slight damage done =

South Reus street Monday evening.
lfi. : -- Methodist: l'asoDae;; I AT Qr ABAS: TINE.:
J"m"t, Prole.i\"e:, euchre was played: the

i.; : f. The fifth german: of tlw season first prize being; won by Miss Lena T. D. Adairs, an n-ed;; gentleman I Br rig.to Jno Alice A Merrill Rradslisw;; ..tecAmscb ::'*, Eeatue. Havana. BOSTON PHOTO :
>> Brown. The jrenlemen's prize was CO
: Keewaydm, Brown, Havanato
,,. danced at Hotel E-cambia
on
was I
.. "'. it:: won by Mr. James Kelley, who delightfully who lives on Church street Me..rIlr

;! t Tuesday evening. This proved decidedly enter ained the guest* by while walking with a lady about iCabt.tn s-h Coo order: IA McKinnon. :Usczanello.I .,

''l I the largest gernun this year his clever feats of mimicry. Mi-s ( It bl Nostra Madre. s*'. Consigners;; St
\ ,, i(9 many viitin. ladie.* anl geutlf>irt n I Hiker and Mr. Joe Burke entertain- 3:45 o'c1o''k thU afternoon, was Vineeit. to 1-1\"<0 Kros i: : LEAD THEM ALL-4.:
w.l with and I'rof. Holland : It lit! !arla. !-7l, Mrgilio. Valencia to
roL.r
4 ; overcome by the exerlion and R1)0fte3 Bro --- -
i being"- ", besides cill.'ers of th<' with I.U Moliu! !! and Danc- >> I -
I guitar
I Fr bt buries and Mm. n ', raaquler Si
Keart.reaud: Ma ;;iclia: ; tts now in j followed! t t.v! curd. after which fell in front of the :Mtthodist: par- TinrretoOalf Transit PHI '

t.I is l list! of I I' dainty refrts'inntwrre, served.Mr i It 'lip Eapb'-ui a. liw. Errtolotto. Liver-i
1t ''I: Tort. Tha following a sor.ageon Palaf.-xstreet andexp'redn po-1! U KoMoP) hro I TODAYTOMOflROViAND fill I1lf wm.If) r

to .! coujl-s: : It AD"t'} :'!"r.ollnsa1j: :. to Ross.co .-
a few miuutt- IIi; body wa* ar.
; p. Mr. and Mrs. Ja=. M. )I"lJMI.ft I' M<- Owens of Atlanta: Ga., '
n'i r.ncd the oarly part of tle week to taken! int3 the rar Ollle and every -- I ::11

k ft ;j:' )Ir. and Mrs Thos. W. l.reut. atuJ: theOTens-Marcan naptials.MastT effort was made to revive him:: but THE: S l.IIPVP. :... i 16 1an'e1ok'hoos

... &1",(.". Mr.amlMr*. W. n. \V'i i.ht. I i iMr. without avail. -' f ]

& [f\; zj, ai.d Mrs.:: Leiurr. of n.ivyyard. Frpl :atd Henrytou C.\"lu- VISI.2IN: ?'JE7: -

J,.r" ;I ha, Barncsviile.\cntnibe>1 Ga.to Gord'on Institute NO1ICT: i n.\1'TLHIIIP,;. I Nowtiere from Man :.> Ciii.'jrnia my-;; 3:.j- : ..: .

1'i t Dr. and Mrs. Ilogart.Mrs. i I bpI to announce to the public I U ".ht.h.p Kear:a'pe and bittle ship work for this: Price.

if; V Diviron and C'.',.,... Tra | :Mr. and Mr-. Nix of Dnthan, Ala., tint I have severed iny connection I ron.;Mesanetiiiett'"Hear! Admiral Ol the rarquhar North Aliantloqucd in eomiutcd -:,' Never b&forp. nnd pr I' i -\.r aatc. a= ::".)-j wrrice. -rk

f'f .,\ Mi-. T. 1;t'nnet1yad Capt.V.. arein Hit' ejv the tuestsof: Mr. and'with! the Lf-vy-Pou land have !! THE TIME I* LhHTl.Doc'JneearlyanJ.\: '

\ \v. d-ir'H. i )!r5. \V. C. O'Neal.Mi this day accepted a po-itiou 'with SZ.UIiIPa
1; I Mr. John \Vfitiwhere 1 will be It Ardita **". rtrminicoti to jo1l1r'. :
fr i i' ; i :Mrs. F. K. Meade: and Lu-iu. 15oaon. l1r.n1 bI4 ; eon.i1' <-; Daisy H-n'e; a most' delightful f leased to greet: my many ftierds! IIr A 'rt'OlI, li; ... McEwir, to W s K.ysero -I! ><

:"i'f r MNLutie Pitt aniV.. McKeeMcL'lell'tn. : tf.i tevtrul friends I1Dllieq'uinttlns. Very Ttes1.et-[ i :

'" '1t.4 ... Thlt "cta t' H't: .in.... oniLvitation filII",. ( .\i.vltC.. l vJIL\X. Co(jeriora.liij. I'anlstn to W s h YSl.t I|I Corner Palafox and Intendencia Si: : '. 'i.PEN.oLA ,

: rr. : Mis-. 1).11.Wriht and W. 15.Kunvun. Penacola, Jan. 1, 1S01. K'jlw.There's ; Nor; To. 153'. Tet:., to 1'ensioola! Lumber: <
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t ;. are fN:1 dance to
out : (lots of money t' be made! tier frrlda Hors, >:;!, Tiouis: to II I! ------
,! '.at.; :: '; Miss(I NMlla Mallory and7.. S. b uivn at F Tt Pickr-ns: nxtV.'ednesday IL real -tate-lots of i it. A eat estate Eoyert -- ,

'.1.I,..J I .. Hall. Kill*it' and Gn Eitzen. I and oSetrs c-vsinj: hthe ladies *iju i ii uuily! a fliiei-boai! to -I arOraria.iiei.'riMrda.fiuirTran-MJenliaii!, Jill,tlarfe. to Hull! Tran-it ToLr i1". / I i roi nrr/ip/ '". ,:r -r -
:. Mi-s of Port ji irnuicas.Th wealth.: '
Th03. C. V7atSCll & to ; l L l. .
'J; '1 .. .' )Ii?s Marie Sullivan and t\ C. Ilor- Co., the! leidmsr iaa! F.t.ie luii i I'.r fr,nla Erisbt. : I1. Coode. to Ov-'f! : Gill.-, :11'IIi[ r rfl'i "- .

) tCn i .. mhtFf3 c f the for.ftderacy h:15:1)1': cif-r which it \\aL! I Trans Co I U r _,
...., ; Miss llitti<* Cross and J.:5. -ic- Will givr H r, c5;.tiiin in hoiu.r of 8EIFS.or : ; ; t U .
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be worth whil ,
'. ; J. your t< > Corge. I."."''. Otn. In Il-x M Koblnscr.It i-._....- ,-,._,__._ V ; ...
.l Gaughy.Mis ... I J.i.l.irthd.t\. ISth at the rt"Jpncft.f'lr -- and .-('tti"m to-day, anJ d.I1't wait I'-osfrro Kfpfctto 1M Xbiapp&Ca'e.to i i-i._-. _' '..a !":JI te......-. ...
I'iI':i 4' I'" : ?'.-1lleVriht! a'-d Li \\t. \\'. L. Wittich fr,'m t> till to-sr.crrow. i.rt'ir .1.. -. :': :"F' "L-. -

r 'ti, !. Fitzgerald.Mis 11 10 p. in .it 'vluch! liraMis Auj ------- It \'-.dniirn. 1.H7 C'at3gnolB, to Kaars I I

; .. Manie Merritt: and Ed j 1.1'. L"I hr ';:. preidt-it-if t.t-: chipj if you want :!he bist ci.;ar on the Liutowdy 't l'o BARE I II i Ther, Florida Steam: Baii
:i '"J tit p.ui.'ber! will I
it !1- } Quina.Mirs: j I iiy niark-t ask for Columbia. K tl"j"H It .\rn'e M >='*. >!ari. tn crdcrj
Hh; Roue A-ken and ManfieldMoreno. tive! "'C'-- Honor t I ti"! f"l- K. KI.! lemln.: Agents. a21tfO'Tfafuno" ='arol'! .<0. Antltri-en. t-Imp-on.t
;: : I Iw iii \'I.riS: : F.e. Dr.-nD. n.a. --- -. it.s s I'.vchus, !*!!. \' der on, to tt t* Keysertto ;i .vi* =3s rAlqn Cakes Pies Ptrcs -c-Ay

:.. I. .... # :; Mi j.., N i n.i Hetlebo'vr anJ IIt\- | -it : \\111.1\ "Hycr. J. W.'Wat*-rijJ i "lltwvlj!"'! I teA lainJfi'J! .. f".r HaefScm KtTtrl'o.: 61", Kamery.toBaar-. I''': .y 3.ja.ii3U ilLL.i.ji v.-
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., .n'. ; Mis-* LVU-tiua! IJrent and I). I.f '. .! 'r.lte.J.-c. 'vil' .;. II. C. Witt. Wui. t5c ei. jew !Mstiitd L1U4 IY. Hjoine T."'', tbt.rniodsen. to Pensaco- ;' The Best Candied .
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Sullivan.Mi! : ---
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: } ;ij.f4 : Hu LoiirIada.Jrantt:: to FicsitolaLtnil.fr :
., ; .: : .. -.. Mildred! K -;,:1. indV.. DC. 1 i I I1.>:,dln'r. A. Prunot. Rob rt Kick- AN: &)1tIN.C: ::: fn I\I ARC MADE BY
'... i Keller. !,11"'H.utOIO Mti! >a. laac-.n It iMmbargb !:5\ Mar.;. to W L Wifu.h

!; .-4" Mbs Bethel and I/cut Deli.f i :'.(c. Ii.1 UI, j.V.. L.int..R. 11. Freiitr.'Jame T-iTroiuJe f)' ihe Xnnih.-r of Hun's .t Ger ko -dwle. T,;. Gebuker to order I': THE ALLEN CANDY COMPANYps )
1 : M. 1'lian. Janus Farms: I
f t geC1rjt"" That Con iiu'f a IKij's Inbiri jet Ki.inJra.lThone tort T -hot' rCo'
,. I I \\"ia. H. [: R It Laearuiift. Tsri. to Harodi .t Co
1 t Mi..+ Lyd i Lane: and S. M. Cro.*. j lrf'h)1. >Urt-oti Hi? Part nflwl.I'j's 1'!llie City >1IVnsaco'a itonnara
". ('. H. R >bitioi: J. 15. T. J. MIUMVC.WS. ht-a.toorder
and J.to. .l'n Cooper.
Mi-s Katia lire at :
j : anl WhichhaIl Gt"- It Ktfa.tilo. Moialo. to orderNor .: KT523E '-- '1- -- .
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sou. j DavK' D. li R ed, A. C. Tippin. -'olbt-r", k'J,Chri'tecsen toW S Key- | "
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'il |I frn ilic Sai I KiDploje- th! \ arnuslcpirim / : fc .
Miss Julie: : Sullivan! and C. II.: : ser 4 Co "I 3 Sfill 1 P A: I-a :I -

J I '. : ":-. ritt. \It'r.l j.I i Mi-sFo-ter..f Prattville, Ala, is lIt!>of aIJ City 4 It Co Trento.KST.Uolu'so. toEaars. Dun wody t; (21lVl1.1 ( J Ji eeifeii > 1)); c >- '

U' Jn j t"1 Mi j?* Emily Heflebower and P.. II. ,i i i vi-itin< Mr*. W. H. Hutchinson: oaEit r.eit Ordaiord l>y the Mayor a'il Hoard of 8CHOONER3.Am v. -1 ; ,-"
TumHJr.- L nurytreet.. Ald'rmc-n ortbe Cliy cf lVD>soos: ._ __ J']
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all Fred Gower.7.'-, Sargent ta; S 8 L Co .., PEtSCCLA! -.
Section 1. Tha finolovrs of the TSrinus r ..::1_. flA '''' ...:
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..: Mi-s Emnu Chafln and Lient. :I departments of the city governmentwill :
;r. t Terrel. I i Mr. and Mrs. Alt-x. LkehkotI pea not be r.quirfd to. nor shall they tYF.CLEAI: ) &ND tl\1LY.IH'Olt 1'-: -
1 J'' Mi? Edna A'eran.j. Walter M.1 i 111<).t delightful children's party sort more than: flue hours per day except I iACoLt. J. M.McVOY. G. J OP.GA
in Ca5a of extreme noiuy.: pr."IJ..d.hm..nr. .
L1W: lat: Sunday afternoon in honor of'
Pitt. !j that tbN section shall a t apply !srserIrs.Iirsnhtngb3ta. .
t a Mi-s Mollie Brent and H. C. ReisSliA I i the eleventh birthday of their POP, to polite" And flro tfJtmrtmer.ts.Sec. istap ssg '
!r Mozart. Delicious r-frh!nents were 2. That if any employe beaase of n. Kli-anora: Mail.,Br.Br,fid illS.Shield: >\ ateoz. Jn, a 4: larry ;] *: Restaurant Coffee {>ouse.;:-
treme u(>c ''s ty bMrrqurird to wort. and :
Mattie Ross and F. A. RJSS.Mi I served and the young man wa the lice! Itlumberhall. '
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does work.ui'Te than nice prrdsv. te
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*. Mary Ashen and J. C. Avery, ]! recirieut of many lovelv Jifts.j jail be paid fur the hours or fractions. in (Kon!? Kaakon.l. Iti.Nor sid. b U!->IJ. ;.Lar Jan in.:2! Barry I'|,t Oysters every style.! Fish and Came; served to order. Beat Coolo.\Ihe(
excess thereof All amount per '"r in
Jr. duolelhstbleb U reoelvod hr him Dec I'f.ingfitid. I i l -EVERYTHING UP TO DATE.- *
I.. Mi s Catherine Lindsay and A. A. I j Master; Eddie D'Alemberte has re- car for saId! day': work of nice hoar ptr Hr. tld rartliIDe<. ?! I i
I P Brook.r.i i turned to college at Aheville, N. C.. : !-Vc 3 Ths: all orJlosnot-Hor prt< of ordicances NonJpol. Nor. sld Lesiiorn! I'PC ;* I! COME AND
reainfu'ar.! Br. 'ld humbay I'tc 11lUn SEE US AND COME ACAIJ
after rpendiu.j the holidays with in conflict with tin or.:111.a:1..e areberrtiy I
1 Miss MarvClpthnandLieut. Dn'i-I! >"cr. taoti-d uihri-l'ar Dos li I|I
his repealed. Rodil\m. hr ski Lft' P..:'m..' Jsn I j,
parent I OPEN DAY AND NK.HT.
: .JhtJ.. coon. ::sec 4. This orlinance .h%!I tnke effect PRICE REAM'NA
'. Mi and Lnt. ?l.1ncx! I ttieateof Il, luctrtw r.r.ldot' Michaels lat >>
I I :: ; Berry : upon Bpproial.J Klplink:!aui. Hr. shi l.PCborn Jai l
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: r:. Mi-s H..n! lJini. I nd :Tina B.re\ j, Mr( A. S. Berry Rod daughter: of AttfKt M.IIILHT.Msor. cawFeii.Erstdewpvrt becST ,! McVOY & MORGAN
< & Miss Mane l.,_ 11.11 anl 1h.. ;I I'f I Newport, Kv.. aio in the city.guii-ts: JvH'"AI'J" ,
SHIPS.
: L* ;' )Ipad". ;\..I at Mrs. Vnietra'r.! Mr,*. Hrr.i5. \vticg U..,.. :5JOa.4w: FJ1'e.Ger.ed! Havre Ic3 |i 329 S. .

\ : f Mis Denhaui and Lieut. McDasouch. here to b*> with( i1f HOl. Enl l.rn.. Berry ==---:"'--- -= I'.' t'II'out. NI.r. '5. at bsrr> Nor 1) Palafox_St._ __ Propri-? oilI" "
( J 't C | of the L-: :-:. Kearsar.!e. SPECIAL M Sni\'J: i.\lE Hfit-n. Hr.sM Stsnche'-terJin2. i iMur.a n

l :i'.;' Miss Ltnd-ay and Fasrin Chip- !I ---- !',r virtue if a d.trf* r"r.I.,red ly the ; Jlaarc. It. d Man".II! >; Pec 3

i I tJJ.(, a 1ev. .I Mr. Arthnr! Yerp!' of M..biie; is in H.moral.1-: K.C.MHT"-'''li 'i.'j'f. the i Maraocat.111:. .ud.lr.br.>IJ TiTa.octh 1431: at Harrow Jan 1 Nov IT5ASEK. j jIhrs : JAMES HUGHES Jr.
I of llie rV-t JjS\"rtl -u\t uf
I LMi and C. the city on bu-ineis. He will: be here 'uit Court or .
Dai-y Hyt-r Ueore .
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IMr I Hc-rtJ* in 81'<1 r.r KiMT)!la iuu.tChancer \ !to |! ,
i *:. i I Craver.Mi.Z for :c-\'t'Tal: wet';; > uuns i"1\ cr"t-..-i. CIII.f', p.u.- .\dl'lbt'iJ.! (;tf. fIll! Lcr.drn Jane
if' J Elise Chip1-y iud Clus. W. I ln.r tneI1! I! .ur1 whorfln ih. l'p.., 11",1"Ih.m..t Albart-e.;*'.'. fid: t.rnra 1 ee IT !'o. SCI, &03, 85:: t07 South r&!j'ox Street. .
if"I The Frijay Evening Euehro club a\ire' A Kint.''". 'a cirpornjuncrgiinired .\ &Accame.. It.iT-4. tttl Table Bay 11gath. -c 7 i I : .
{ t Merritt. j und r th< l I"vnif i'nrJ! ...i-rom- \ .., Nor. III Liverpool HecSl :- P. O. Box 404; Phones. Shops! 123, R" '
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: :: Sta,.: Liout. S.li.b'uPnmI: !I met t'P5t'rJ.1aftunooI: :.t Mrs J :10. lmnsnt. sr.d r.ruo-SIC'anaid Miiivhlimi! KirnaraVotxI.. l>r, tcs. at Wf'st Hsrtlf pool
i .: 11. "" ;: ter Little, L'hHil.. Sinipsifa! aid.-\r- !i Avt r.\ "- for Mr, \Vjl-oa. Fir,?: prize, '' are riefrcdant-. III ill expos.. for siile to the >ov. A Boiler and Machine Works
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t i h :. \. thur Verp.:.r of Mob h.I .. piece of lovelv Mexi: ,." IU W.Wa5 blehlt bWdi-rforra1 hoa. iloyr p-ibhe iheit.r outcrr, at I>or ..(.er. ,!'d st Vincent Pl'c" i .
I:' cnuntv court ; n r-ilWTur. Nrr, *rcrlcna Dec 3
J I ;. i I (. Chr.rwsle"J:1IDf's: : };rt'nt. won by Mr*. Wil-on-ec'-u1acair.ty: l'ln.l"I sud, L.tawbas couniy. .:untng !. manueL U<>r. .IJ Ha>re NOT IT oMriETn.v! KI iii"i.! \.': TH ri'K) LXTFSTvp tj: srriy 'I'
; ;:; Cro,;-, llj'oeits. Aiken fliiu.zer.! i picture fraui". Miss i :.Sayrt: ; eon'latin. the 1"11.1 b"IH8 for .aJ (./1 5t.0j1y ;tii Imm\: 1\. .IJ SA.or.ac: \ ii ,, \ l'*. rllJt'... F... 1. .t.' ...1.1."a..l1r. ,1. .. : : .'
:; 4 lltik-bower and ; .. an tll1broij"r"d. e'_ IU. r nit...... 'ourtb il,.j of ::lIb UIU\. A. b..4: u. I no; fu\ Fnla.dTr.Nor ..siidvrNovYdga. :9 'inB'. I'lomblcgauauili-r ,1 u-r. ..{ Al: iCial- >
Turtle Mallory.Mr.
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: ; I l in/d<-;'cnlit>l r'.I-o" t i-cit.i 1..1 I :s or. >l\l: Hovre Jan 4
-- :ilr'. Caldwell! ; vi-tor'-" prize; ; tjic: and M uth ba't">t lot i, 1.:1i '.>', ,.....:.'n !.>. GUSt'ft"Dalr. "1,1l..0oa Nov 11 i S'l'ttuit" lepar: Wl.ri;; a Sp-rltl'.v. Try r* ()ne and Vo. '.nl. fI .
; \ Tnt! Brent 1 1.:1.* 'tu'n-t: > I II ; ture. Mi i-, Etta LeHaron and b3uby, Tt-wii'hip :; frcctti: Rtif-f' I-- "t-:. '. >. hurl :O"-d. 5'I harrow Pec! 31 -- --- -
,.,' _., calendar: monly called: }'zo-t Ki H 'ir.n.- m*! if t-.av>te>bur>. -*1f't d. .Id! Liverpool>ee 31
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I. :\: college a; Notro {IJ;:.-, Ind. .1 : <*certnan.; Tne lx-ui,;nla! \-hx..i-' !: U. ".. ;;. ia ttH. bdu4. It. raso d Tarlfa [Ie.= J I l.CJChIO3L
., I ,. -- I club '" ill b" -Lteitan.edl-y Mrs c'ty of *'enac ':a. 1cn..'- C: ..:-.y. oti'e ,, KAtahdn.IrI:4'\ Babla Il ct 19lx ; Miss Chollt. I] !? ) i I 1)H\) :
: '{;.\ Mi 5 Di'uham "f :" tcaunih. G.t.. i jtflU. Avery. 1 i url'-lordi..rdJn: t. n>n r .a.1 city.copyniSteci \ui.... Nor. aid -:iftrpno, Dec '* .; will rpeti ,. dat.cin? LtSltli l .J.\.J.GuaranteeJ :
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by ino- v \\ jtt-'fl in Mti. ixiviw. Xor. ll bremen Pc 19l.vjnnta. at I.ihrlrHa!!, b" .PI:.:\'ii 1 \
Mr. JjhnDenhuui
: r.. ;, the Iu.st <-f her unc Teroisca-h; purchaser u p-> f,>-t.-es.! r,"t.d! l'PUlo Dec 15 V. d'pfday j uf .
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on North PJ1OX! street. I II j| :.rr"'. Ch\<.J. HE-inbH enurtine.i r. Ii. rsDfcidl '; ;-, V.nns. U. '..-'l., ld V a 1'0110":' half tl &t.
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; I l: lJ.oiIw : :> .is'ru :';:O\Ct'Y : Monte >lvro.It. *!tl Ilaiiburj ltt HMaJ.natde itbo'cl.vk.Ve.ttdva!
on Thur-day rvtninzin: tnor ( htr .
--- -- -- '- : IVimpil. It.iidsavona Dt'Cll > -Htl $.'turdl\"ol. :;t n,,> uu.f! I'our. ; Ten \
The Tnnr-diy afternoon Euchre I j i dlUjDtH.: ; Miss j :H.ar.J the viitin.yflnt Itnt.L.fl. : All ,
: rbera Ficplre tir flu > nf the '
rttnbE>ILJ. latest r.w'i :
V club nut :hiw'eok at ;M.ss: Lzzi.I .? I Ii g laJirMise: Liehsten of ,. __...!-__. : .__ h'.c:fl su-p aud
dances
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i I 1 LT Holers'. Mrs. Ji-i-u Crt-ary won i.I UreEnviilli-" Meyer cf Mobile f.)R !:;SAtK(;.".,"} e.nt.e f-'my! h.ir.. ... Tttn pc'He.! X T, v5. "M PIm(>CI'; NOT ,TPn i i tauRUt.-..... d-J9tf! |! The Lester .' .
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lUiai.rt; i r.e-. Apply at (.m.- (.f *;<'fo Fhdrt! 'Ifl i-enoa lit* 11 i ----- --- ;Ui.> ;t
o4 first l'rize\ hasd-orne i wed;evoodvae : and C. rri" n.0n rf Louis A. A. h.ber.loJ.II. I..con. IJjlmA : Prr eriSa. It, sId Ir.u! I'ec 1r.ooiLIt.iit )' ciowuc-d cr 1 Lii.It: r! : .
; Mr#. Ton. second prize, a dainty -I ville. From nine to ten-thlrtv .- ,. : : ( ard T: l>"c r:f! E i1fl1TafldSOTflC1/i same princ-,-.il a.-1:.,. !I. .:

LI v1li: '"' basket, and )Ir*. K. M. Andersen prrpre ive eucl.re was played, 4-1'_._. .._- Tli futto."!i>i-, Perry.. li.! 1 III Kus.: :I.ski rtillm ondon Jan T lec .. HllUlW 1 ( Fmma :. lin. ThIs i--.ie-P-:: ".-! :
p : the consolation a green and srolJ Mi* Alice L'vy winniLjladios' Kir.. Sifnal (
I l r-\ cheek on U p > !! vase. Mrs. Welles will entertain: I first {'Iizel: silver sealing et. Miss r jf.ir, I.", slened by. >:1. Leta. f'rov.n.P."ml'1 \ "'.U:3. Nor, sia KiOuoJase.ro Dr.- \ : and ready /o 7 ais'w j i; WP a-k;: you to c ,:::;. t: .
ha8 tx-eu
I club next week. 1 Carrie Bloom: second at the bank .t..rr.4'1adtn. --- -- '--
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: bdl. '"- Dub.C is *arn-l aga.n&i casniuj t 5ua% low prices. .Warston : with any other IVr:." v _'
I Mr. Jake: S'one won centlemen'- lJt Thos. Watson & Co this knowing th>-rc i. -.
i11 Mrs. Dave: Dinnhei- and Mrs tIst priz a paper weight and Mr. the leadiaz llesl: E t tIe .Azent take $ Finch. PIANO MAUE.
EischkoC Pbst week a Leon Gundrrshimer second *. f \EITflERtheeaptn.rntnei! : all the worry off the shoulders ;
Iji Alex of i i
prize, a the Said T.\
$ ::lK& n'-r cocunH>s of tie BnttstiW I' DATES. FIGS on Eay :
f r I most charrninurty at tha home of blotter. After the awarding of the J* gS f >.. l'airaro:* "'!:1 he re- owners of property manage: the I I MIXED NUT.EVAPORATED.-*. variety to select fr.<:i.. t' ... "
;tL Mrs. Lischkotf in honor cf MIs-e i prizes the guests were nshered into 5p.-nShe for I1d.U COLtt&2t.d renting of their boasts and the collection I them.:

t YIH Eli?e Meyer of Mobile. Daisy the dining room where an exquisitely l-y the ere'v of sslJ vessel. ,I of their rents a; conscientiously I bi'ARE PEACHE .
J. P'TT'' RIBS. F. M.
of Greenville and Carrie decorated table : as they would BEEF. '
Lischten was laden with w. 3.Kev<*rA (0.. (seln. I themelve*_' I AT II. MTLLERS.: CLUmR'3 HUH'] HOUSE
t Bloom of Louisviile. About twenty'LJ meats and sweets of all kind. About Cot: lgnt'es. I4t I i Their charges are very reasonable. ,' PHONE
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