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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 25, 1901
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VOL. 33. PENSACOLA FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 25,1901. NO 4. j.


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PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor. 1


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S. J. FOSHEE Vic -President; W. C, O'NEAL, President; F. C. HORTON. Cashier; FIGHT WITH MOONSHINERS. '-
jso' MtDAVID, Vice-President; M. E. CLARK, Ass't Cashier.CLBAEAICB t PEACEFUL INDIANS VICTORIA'S FUNERAL j

StO.tO113.OZXt Of A Reveuue Ofllccr Has u Narrow K: |


FICA NATIO.AL BANK I TO BE PROTECTED MONTGOMERY capelth Ala.,I1U Jan.I.Ue.24,United SATURDAY, FEB. 2 !

States UarshalV.. a Jacksou had a \
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OF PEX:5.\rOL.\: FLORID.\, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JANUAP.Y 16, 1001. -
narrow from being snot by a
escape
--. Coneioiaeacd.ASSETS. $- I1 Trouble Brewing For the In. inoou>hiner in Tallapoo county the Obsequies to Take Place at j

; LIAIHLITIES.I surrectionary Creeks. other morning about daylight.The Windsor Castle. j

a-; tJ!: Itcnuut9.. ...u..... $309 2 2.S1 Capital Stock ...... .... .... ... $200.00000 marshal!, In company with Deputies f

"' :rfoah.J tlxturl'O.: .. .. .... 6.1iv08 I'roflts. .. .... ..... .... .. .. .. .. o.3.2O Tutwiler and Kenueinar, bad gone: f
i I"nd.. . .. .. .. .... ..... 50,000 ()( Circulation .... ... .... .... ... .. .. O, OO 00 BLOODY CONFLICT FEARED I tj Tallapoosa to make a rub MILITARY IN CHARACTER f fA

l""Ill.Utll 011 H.nd=. ..... ..... .. J'6m: CertHlp Checks ..... .... ... .. 65.51 They nty of the largest illicit
ran across one
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alili T Ixe" .... .... ... .. ;5':1R.Cu: :: ; DfopOSitta11p ;:-
x : -(:'; Federal )l.u'sh:11'arll Sii.iUps" oJCoascquBiices distilleries found m some timo. Tho
; I: :-: . . .... ..' fGi.Si Iedividual .. .. .... .. .. .... ..Uil.7iG.S! : deputies were hl'a\'ilyarmtd cud they quadrou of Witrjhlps to He Assembled r
dHllpllll1l FUlil1'I.th lJ.1"i. Due Bank and Hankus...... :!SHG.81$200l1366i of Their Insurrectionary went to work to the!: operator at :>pUhead 0:1 the Occislon ol '

h '. d circulation...... ,5fO.OO RedIscounts .... ..... ..... ... 53, 'OO.OO Aeti ami That I hey111 Heldto of the still. They capture laid ia wait the i
a. : necr the IJemovul of the Qiircu's Body to
I ; tiat.. . .. ... .. ... .$ 3i"j2.i:1fl' ; :StrktI'ullt.IlJtlf.: still all uisht. Finally a man who i rovedto
!In I.tl.;.,. u.d Janker .. 0.3,1tiLft-$132iv73J: :; be John W. Cu-sady cauo rt.lg' and Osboroe.

--- ST. Louis, Jan. 21-A special to The he was nabbed. Marshals Ill>vi'.er:\nJ Cowrs, Isle Wight, Jan. 21.-It hal
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Fi:8.itHt2I Globe-Demcetat from Dufaula, I. 1',1 Ktnut.'mar'tut oS with bear and Marshal been decided that the funeral of the

I ." .",u.l.: opened fur hu-Inf' October 23: 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give says: Jack'oa wl.ltljll1ur Caddy's com- queen will take place at Windsor Castle
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and careful alt lltioll. panious.Tha
clJurteous
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Es-Chief Roy! McIntosh, in the pencefal deputy remained in the woods ou Feb. 2. The body of the late queen

-- -- party, and about 23 of his follower* nearly all ni;:!ht. :Finally day b gau to I will bo removed from Oabonie Housa
IU'1':: ;: --I Ii have taken in Eufaula. dawn and Jackson crouched behind
K(> : China.YAKCOUVER I refuge! : : Joh.JCrnk Feb. 1. It was the expressed desire ot
I some bushes in order not to be seen bj
1 i R C., Jan. 2 L-Five a leader of one of the insurrcj- the moonshiners when they appeared. the queen that the funeral should bt

SALE I tiouary Creek Indian bands, and some the : iu character. f
copies of a petition asking for the rein Suddenly he heard a rustle among Military
of his men watching IcInto h. The bushes and coming along on
statement of the young; emperor of are saw a man Several officials arrived from Windsor ..
latter the Snake baud concealed the other side of a creek. The deputy ;.
I say are this morning, bringing, tile state regalia.
China have been sent by Wa Cum Yow, i waited till the man got near him and tIt
of the Chinese Reform tear the town and they contemplate carried in baize
oOFoWINTER secretary association then started from the bn-.hes. The man was a bag.
of,Canada and the United States. capturing McIntosh and his people saw him r" I quickly threw a Winchester Orders have been issued to the channel J r

CLOTHING to the powers mot directly interestedin Mayor C. C. Foley of this city ha-j: deputized title t.. ..i3 t-houlder. Deputy Jack- squadron and all other available ;
: the Chinese troubles. The featureof
Huh : and levelinghis
the document is the argument that it a possa and will protect the ex- sun was gun a demanded too quick that 'the strange; fchips to assemble! at Spithead Feb. 1, the t

the powers aid the young emperor in chief and his people. drop his weapon. The stranger lowered date of the removal: of the '1l1e I1's body
o-.A.ND-o being placed again on the throne the United States Marshal Bennett has the gun slightly. The deputy repeated from O-iborae. It is uuutrstood thai t
policy of tho government: may be dictated issued through ex-Chief Mclntosh the his request and poked the mnz the warehipsvill fonu a tlonble line, t

by the various nations. following proolamation. which means zle of his: gun in the man's face, whereupon through which the royal yacht, bearing f.
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;: VN he dropped his rifle. the body will pass.Arrival .
immediate unless the:
Persons who suffer from indiges fighting troops are The deputy placed him under arrest. of lie liill::. :

o-.A.T-o tion can not expect to live loner, because ,, here within 24 hours: The stranger proved to be George W. An expectant crowd lined Trinity pies I'
they cannot eat the food Moore who convicted in the United
required Tho :!n.aku111'111'11. was with .
as the ru'nl'j'lcbtlbl'rt:1: King ,
to nourish the body and the I I States court some time ago and had
o "I was indeed sorry oa vesterdav to i Edward on board turned the point and f.i

-.::-=- ---==--::-=-::- : :: -_'-::::::: ;:::::-:::::::::::= products they do eat of poison the undigested the blood. foods It is :earn that tho so-called :Snake bands!had I i served a l terra d ass forillicitdisnlhng.1 t man MoorAnnoDiuTinrnt. i the first gnu of the royal salute thundered ..
srgr a
left to organize a so-called govirtmeut .u"'t".ov, .. from the llrltlsl warship Australia. t
important to cure indigestion as soon end to elect officers and adopt a code of I -- -- Y All the flags hitherto half.masted ..

VVBITE'S:: : as possible and the best method ofdoing laws and aro endeavoring to now enforce I were hauled down, marking the su.-pen- f
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this to the iration
use prep such laws. I now say I am To accommodate those who are !':on of mourning till the king; had '

.__ n __" --- _,_____ __ digests known as what Kodol Dyspepsia eat and restore Cure. all It sorry to learn tlrs because' these partial to the use of atomizer I lauded. f
-- --- -- -- you misguided people are thus :getting plying liquid into the nasal: ap-I The king landed r.t 2:4"i> in. In ackuowledginent :>1
o tho dig-f' tiva organ to perfect themselves up in open: rebellion againstthe ages for i-ntarrfittl (rmtb frs, the proprietors ; : of the silent greetings ci J
health. Harris11'harnaicy, Sidney constituted authorities and are prepare Cream Balm in the people he f re(jueutly raised his Jiat.He ?
Kahn, John .sheppard.Convicted : thereby themselves latiug the laws liquid form which will he known as I !: came ashore with the Duke: of Con- p
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Beginning TODAY we will Cut the 01 :llaiisl.iu::htrr.BLOOMINOTOS of this country. Those members of the Ely's Liquid Cream Balm. Price I naught: and drove to the Oalx'rue llous: :)
so-called :nako band have become violators including the spraying tube i-i I 75 where Emji-ror William: met him at the I,
lud., Jan. t-Th. I
Prices on all Winter Clothing and Underwear I ot the laws and while justice may ctDrug gists i or I by mail. Tho ]I gat< and wanuly ;greeted him. :
jury in tho Tuoma&jon-CJaines murder I II boinotimeji :blow to sot ia motion, liquid form emhodi.-t th! m ili.-in.il Lnmi'diiitfly utter! the king leaded

in our Establishment 25 %. trial early tai- morning returne i a there is no !>sort of quotum but that pr: ertit'.* of the colid prrpr.ition.Cream the flag's; were nraiu: !half m.iitedHii [

I lid of ma.iJ.iuphtiT. The court ver'j every one connected with the Snake:; 1;.111I1 i I. iiiicklir; ab-oihfd by maji'-ty] sr-ornewhat careworn !

teuced (Uauu and Thoma-isoa to the band, whether as principal chief EO- the memhrane and does not dry up otherwise arpcan-l: to be in excel' r;

1'-, Suit ? $13.50 $12. r Overcoats $ !).50 JifferoMiviHprnon for from two to 2J ,:|1, called or as light hivtoiueii judge or the ...c't.tlJu but change them 1a lent health. l>ullU.: the erostug hd l
years!. Ti o.>uvieted vvcrohnrrwd : u'herwixe as an cider and abetter in tho ant n! llll l-calthy,! character. Ely tasbnsilyengaeiwtth: 'tatedisjiatcheiand
l ;. 'i'i Suits J1.2o 10-00 Overcoats 7.50 away to jiri-ou to I reveut: trouble. ||i, outrages which they have commuted: 1.\"IJ.llt r*. -r>0 \\ :lfrl'11ot.., N. Y. I telegrams of sympathy and indicating "

J ,'..: fJlif.* !UO [ ti.OO Pants 4./0 ThouiiivHi and Gaines murdered John j will bo brought to justice"aud required I II replies.
Ijiwreiice |'I ti: answer in the courts fur their offenses THEY HAD "ROUGH HOU3E.Fifiy ." :
Lcutz, in county a year ago.Leutz U )IOllr:1.; ;
5.00 Pants 3 75 jers llcatli.
If). fit) Suits 7.50 resisted when the two men. at. cud crimes. I

.: :> Suit :i.50 1; 4.00 Pallty1.00 tempted: to take, his. home, and buggy.J. i,I:! Ulght of >elf rrott-otlon. 3h'ii ll'i: ; In I-1 Pre Ush PmTomJaIl.. :21.:! -Signs i of sorrow t.
-- -- -- In Ho'MOXTUOMI.KY .-:. : the death of the
i 13.00 3.50 Pants 2-50 : I,j "Lvt'rr per-ion, whether citizen dr.- over '!lll'l'llIC every :ri
-i norcrcotttit A. Lambert of Rachel, N. C., Clan) or iioncitizen, has the lojril rightto Alx, Jan. 2J.-I'iftyI! where visible. Even the burghers show g
J". (Orcrcoats 11. 3.00 Pants 2.25 \Vritf"I artily endorse FOLEY'H toast this land in is'I'
251 attempts to arrestor men, wh taken their home in what a respectful ymjntliy. It has been sug; ..
KIII.NKY ('t'uE. It does what you to in interfere with! such '
any way ge-te-1 by iniluential burghers that
known the "llo.l dial hotel" at E'is-! an
claim it will do, and there is nothing I II I :1
pe.-ou in the pursuit of his lawful amnesty proposal would have the fffecj rl
Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in Woolen tquill to it. and I thank you ft.r :! bu.jm.3s, and this nM.-.tam-e, if ueces- icy all.! work at the ndtuillof the Alabami ': of greatly hastening the! return of jt'ace.

I the rood it Ins done mo Accept :, nary may go so far as to take the lives j jof Stocd:) and WIre <',jmpauy, 1;. came : <<
t- 'tUDderwear. II') ub-titute. W. A. D'AIemberte. these when Ouch is
rueu
person at. invoked; in p'\l'ral'IUtlrrcl and light
1 a j 70 CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
-- .. -- -- -. ----- tr.i-ked. Troops have bt-eu called for in the iliuiu.r<>om of the hotel yesterday |
| ni i it is wim a desire to save these at dinner. Ctiairs dishes and Take Laxative I CroinoQulninpTftbli-ts.. All
for the Eastern i 11i1'l1i led )cple from this fate that e\ery druggists rt-dind the inon. y It It ImU to I"
Our Buyer is preparing to leave l thing ego that was convenient aivreajxins cure. K. W.U rove's signature lion each f),
tome m r.> Uvti-rinuied action ha not .
Markets, and vie must make room for r7JJ\\ : I!, bfcn taken ere this. 15ut the tim" has were were ut'.l radically The dinuigrooufurnishings demolished box. ic. ____ __ ___ 4:
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now oiirue when fore- will bo used and tevcral men were badly hurt. j BY A STRICT PARTY VOTE
Spring Purchases. I nganHt'TCP. and the warrants I now The chief of police of Eusley went tc -

---,-. --- Lave a::d may receive for ibis band will the to,'j to rnakj arrests, but was in- !I Kcprrsont.itlvp Illll'i silver! Mea-ure }f
1:,' MTv-d, jo matter what the cost ti formed ty the proprietor of the place j Fiivoiuly l;< ported,

Gash. Mj,1, then:. that he had no complaints to make j Jan. 24. *
Q Terms for This Sale Spot ( \VA IIINOTOX, -Ey a party
against of tho *. The combatants -
I'o Itfs'Ut the 'oI made and reimburscJthe
!Jt >K'G-E:, I. T, Jan. :24 -On le.unu up a purse i(1' todav a favorable s '
hotel proprietor for all the damaga coinage ordered report

Wo Advertise the Truth! ;:;u th.il General Lee has 'nil'r.l a detachment he had sustained.. on the till of Ue-prc-Mutativo Hill i
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of cavalry from Fort Reno
r to of Connecticut to maintain the silver
The Mother's rnor.te.Chamberlalu' i
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the jcs'iii' of the Indian uprising in the! dollar at parity with gold.
Creek; Nation, the Creeks; have sent oat Cough Remedy is This done after the I.
out light horsemen all over the five the mother's favorite. It is pleasant was committeehad
White refused to defer: notion on the pending ?ti
JnOw tribes country, uDnrahng to those dis- and safe for children to take
atifie I to j nil them: ngaiat the sol- and always cures. It is intended I'' bills to permit the minority members 1

AS A TABLE BEEE d.crs. Governor Drown of tho Semi- especially for coughs, cold, croup from the committee to be heard in

205-207 S. Palafox.=( ?: uo'.es: has appealed to the authorities and whopping cough, and i is the I' a communication from W. J. Bryan to ij
:y= we have no heilancy i in recommending hire for aid as a. number of his tribe best medicine made for these disease be rece \'ed. This however, was with.
I IEVERYTHING our liht bt. Louis A. threaten to join the Creeks, and it is expected : ". There is not the !Past dangerin out purpose to exclude Mr. L'ryan'seom Fmunicatiom
B. C. Beer, for it not only tickles that within 24 hours they will Riving it to children for it con- which will be received and ;Rr

[ palate, hut is pure, wholesome, I number 1,000 armed Indians in defense tains no opium or other injurious printed as a part cf the hearing !i
nourishing i and ftrengtheiiin against! tho soldiers. drug and may be given as confidently Chairman Southard presented a dispatch 1'f.
[ NEW[ AND FRESH[ For the most rugged man, the Marshal Bennett and Indian Agent to a babe as to an adult. For sale: received from Mr. Cryan, at Lincoln

li most delicate woman: alike, it's Schoeufoldt! have m' ( their forcesof by Hannah Bros and all medicine Neb., saying:
the most sati-fyin:? havens} deputies and Inttian police together dealer "Inconvenient to visit Washington,
obtain the 'round. ------ but shall be pleased to submit VIOWB In
you can year: Bud WordeFd' them to Brush Hill
\Ue make (( specialty of having the very latest, 10 miles; ci # where the Indians KILLED UNDER STREET CAR. writing if you will" send me copies of
V. J. VIDAL, are in council, nud to demand pending meubcre.
(n-lo-dlteoodsof all kinds, and respectfully their surrender. They also carry a Young; :Man Crushed to Death Iu n o --- ,

;"i) 'rfc public attention to our Wet Florida's Sole Agents, message from the government officials, Car rcich. I Aching in the small of the back: I U

stating that if tho Indians will lay down ATLA\TA Jan. 31. While trench an indication of right's Disease.
tu a
Large Assortment of Novelties. Dunn[ is mis! mm. ClG\ RS, us. their arms and submit to arrest they The proper course in such cases is to !;-r
work the bottom of
at on a trolley car
Crr. novrrnmrnt and Tarragona; will be trcttecwith every consideration take a few doses ot PBICKI.Y ASK
and be consulted in the settling; of their of the Atlanta Railway and Power com BITTERS. It i is an Directive kidney b

Jaeoby (Jroeery15USIXESS
A U.ice Rider Kliled.Coi.ynir was crushed to death! yesterday by the "" .

ilosic I House Ga., Jan. 21. Thomas accidental moving of the car. His arms Proposal to Tux Kallronds. ;;t

\Kt NDAXr ( 'A PITA I,, NER' ; : TALENT, Cooke, white was killed yesterday evening were broken and his chest crushed. ItALs.i ail, Jan 24 -A bill has been: intrwluccd it
The voting man wa; a on of G. II. the house of rJ
; '"i'; "'(' an I a Fixed Determination to Excel in Every Depart- I .\IWI'; T IN THK SOUTH.Manufacturers' as he was running a horse race Stewart If Dublin m Uwinnett county. in representatives i$ .
Urr'1'tade! ..!ford A-uranco to Our l'atrull-ohl and -- -- with George Cook. While his: horse IK- cant Atlanta on Jaa. 1 of this to tax the gross earnings of all railroads ,oj

I i 'irSup.-riiT Facilities for the 'Iran-action of the Phe- agent fair was at the top of his speed cue of the year tot ir-1 work nud was boarding; wita penalty of 10 per CEnt additionaltax

:, '., !U>MIIH>.S which we ConfiJently Exptct. I I -tirrnn leathers broke, throwing young his :Jrf);:: :1', C. 11 :Stewart: for failure to pay. On gross earnings -
KUANICH&I5AC1I.I.KSIEK
('of/hi 1I.ll.lst; a tn>?, killing him ill.i of I.-IW: per mile the tax snail be
If.i. : :'- tw''-h-kno',vu Motto will !Ivan the destinies! the house ',ILtly. Mind iy Ci n'rt In :>av1niiali. oue-eiglith of I per cent. The tax grad- v.;
t' i 1.1':1': i i.p. : the pa-r-"J-uoby and Fair Dculin are Synonymuu*." I 'n;am:. i wally increases in ratio, the rate reach- .
\ >.T, J<1'I. 24! .-Tncnjgc
-- --- --- :SMITH & BARNES: \ tion
I II I Il'oe.iJ1 riiiCKKRISIXUKI1. l .. .;.'.m' i.;,iArt ,i Mayor. Mvor- fug 1\ percl'nt, n charged wh"u. the
: S ..cletlItf'nUII.. I i ii gross earnings amount to ?:.;>:i per W
ti //W'III'SS is 1lC.\'t to } :; DrBulli .. : .- t, ''. -.::cull b-niaiie for cnr E ile. .
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'I' I There will be a rerular metingfl\I I'.r.minRi):-:., : .
Ii" :' ,,,, examine our the 1''uacdTt1dicJ.l; rtcciaty at ]i WILLARD t l' ;:park el-ewhrrr Sunday IKy ',\ ""pl"r .\('>iuittr ai' 11. iTtra-'te'l; I a-'Vri1: lea'tni-
too Boast of Health office at fr ,, I I ATLANTA, Jan. '.'1. After briu
I -d there ? onca
'C'" /I'iellH'C1'youplcHSC COUGH SYRUP II ci 11 h lain: out t lat arc
o'clock p.ai. Tuo3d.iv. IVb 12: and :2:!!:. I! PIAt OS i .
Hacking Coughs, n.av: S ivi.r.n.jhians who: hnv n ) plan cuuvicteii cf ira-:: '.a tJt. r .C.: 1\0
,, ,'0' for yourself. lies! Viili'.j? physician are cordially/ j jinvitKi I I cures
.: for i- :'ion ifuuday afternoon aa !
I to att< aJ. j i Sure Lungs, l.rlPPl'l'neunonia. tug a sentence of ten years for the mur-
A :c 11! t.I'- : or park ,('xt'>ii ion
t/l'/fai ion been extend-\!\ J. HARRIS: PILRI-ONT, M. D., In buying; from ns "ou deal( direct w'i the and Bronchitis in a iau jars on di-rof John C. Ilambricir, Ike Wheeler
tuctcrtes.These !few then risk; till a't-n. ciu* !>f t..atlav would give I.-:
days. Why
Pie-tdeut. ; Whcfckr was yesterday a<,iu.ttcd on hit
'" "// by others. Try a Consumption, :i slow, sure tin ui ai'f at -:eal'! i fw-a.-ur.. second trial.
i )LI.nr.ukCntRY.: :, : M. D., : pianos are not s-hipped from t'.rani'hHnu
-es. 3 cu save, ail: inidJl.mnn s pro'it death? Get Lvr. Lull's _. -- ,--- .
m2jtf
'I"i at the ,,l eu/ COl'dOl'l'j'1' Secretary. lbuulllbrcnawmcedof this .by s-'iti-ig Cough Syrup. Price, 25c.Don't COJIier! ;a .ss &!cily Lssdried for
I: price'Teruis to suit any pur:' W.T. Green & Co; wfll-knnwn

l.f) ('0'110x.b I I.1 Qllality and not quantity: vnakfVDeWitt's ;,, : ov'ERi'it1ANO: -;TOSELEt.TFRo 1 Refuse tic!he deal-r imposed- sub"tiU'll upon., it 53JKV Hew i listbtd Liaiiry. druggists, mnntifafture THE BEaT
Little Early Risers such I is not as j'out3'> IT Dull's. COUGH MEDICINE in the world
,, \.1 1 lunci. r your spreads for ] valuable little liver pills liargis II I Call ERtly. Saltation Oil cures Kheumat.sm, Cleaning ladie skirts and waist Thompson's Lung KaNam. Try '
: :- 1 .11 !n i and make them lock i Pharmacy, Sidney Kahn, John !,I J. M. CLUTTER'S MUSIC HOUSE. Aches and Pains. ISle 2S CU. Is one of our specialties. Star: Laun it, for cough', colds and grippe. 2,; "

., :-w. Star Laundry. ;I; HL'-rI'ard. 1l -1l1 South Palafox Ktrett. I dry. cents. tf.J.

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I THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 251901.

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|.WASHINGTON LETTER. ECZEMA'SiTOH DUEL WITH A_HORSE THIEP r =- Ot I'r i>=:JUST TAKE A=G*


I Police Officer Overpowered by PrUI .
t I/Enfant's Little Ctroli-rUn Fev Woman
While HOMC The Sew IS TORTURE. over, Who K-capes.! If a
1 Larger -
I ST. Lons, Jan. 24.-Before lOOK
daylight AT OUR SHOES
I ramping Station Eczema it caused by an acid humor in ,this morning. Police Sergeant Jam u wants to put cut a fare: she dcesn'theap U !
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- the blood coming in contact with the 11" en oil and: wood. She throws ; J

., [Special Ccrr* j> ee.j kin and prodncing great redness and in- (I Ilickman of the mounted division had a l en water.Vxow.rgthatwaterqusnchesf.re. : nIt

Senator Hale who Is chairman of the 6ammationlittle pustular eruptions form pistol duel with a. horse theif in thi When a woman wants to get O 1

Joint congressional: committee In charge I and discharge a thin, sticky fluid, which western city limits, near Manchester }U wel! frcm d.senses peculiar: to her sex, n ; EASY ON YOUR FEET!
found dries and scales off ; sometimes the skims }f{ she should net: aid: fuel to the foe it
: tf the stennlal! celebration. Las and Macklia
avenues, and
bard, dry and fissured. Eczema in any was severely it already: burning: her Lfe away. She It EASY ON YOUR POCKET !
the original map prepared by L'Enfant. form It a tormenting stubborn 'disease wounded ia the left arm. The robber |J should: net take worthless! drugs and JjI : 1

the engineer who at Washington's request I and the itching and burning at times are escaped wounded., though it is thought he ww : poticr.s ccrr.pcsed cf harmful r.arcct0 But every pair in our stock, whether for yourself, your hu-bat.,1

laid out the new city. A study ofMajor almost unbearable ; the acid burning badly Sergeant Hickaian O ics and ciaes. They do rat check O : little ones will answer that description, from the smallest ('.ur :

L'Enfant's and its annota humor seems to ocze out and set the skinon who previously J* the caease; -they da net curs.t-theJJ':: i' feet to the largest pair nf hard work. There is full value In all."I' tI
map I fire. Salves uhea nor other external served many years oil the St. Louis police {1{ s-mpiy add fuel ts the f.r-. nIt

tions Las brought to light a curious: application do any real good, for as force belonged to the United Stares: >M3k Bradf-eld's: Ferna'.e: (I -

fact Visitors to Washington at thepresent long as the poison remains ia the bloodit cavalry and saw service in the southwest S W ? Regulatcr! should, : ta J> ,I Ladies. Gentlemen.
arrested the hone
thief about J /r
, day have been struck with admiration will keep the skin irritated. I. taken by every wcman ncr
o'clock. They were proceeding to the 1 girl who has the Oft Lot 1Z.3-CoinToeStoekTip.$200. Lot t: -nox Calf. Iedwl::, 1
at the countless little circles, BAD FORM OF TETTER."For mounted station in I
police Forest
1
park :: cf .
: Soles
C ; .sLghtert scioa {{ j Heavy Lace a Dai i f.
squares and: parks which dot the cityeverywhere. three yeari I when the robber suddenly drew a revolver wr *?i _Irf any tt the a-1-: J{ Lot 815-Fine Donola; Lace, s
It Las always teen explained had Tetter, en causel: CT and shot Sergeant Hickmau in the K X S i mcsts whicli afW }! Extreme Bulldo Toe Patent L'ath- for $2.00.
bands which S '
KSSrr
left arm. which surped bullet intended flict women. JJ tr lip, Military Heel, only |2 U).
: them to swell to twice ..
: that thl'Srrscnaions were Intended I Tiley1.1 sap'.y! J> I Our Red Stock Farm t'.lif; '
expanse
for his
heart. Au f
lheiraaturalahe.
Part of oho;. ; J
as breathing places: for the people of the time the disease followed unnl both weapons were emp nntiltheytaleiL J,, i Lot 52,29i( -Stock Tip, Lace, Heavy Plain, Medium Toe, a'f'Y \
was in the form&f run the Kegulati; u J, r Sole Wide Toe, Perforated, Man- hoe for |;'..' and playgrounds: for the children ntng.orea, painful tied, and then the iwo men came to ,
very a purifying, 41) I nosh the latest style, -
Shape,
and me c1o..e quarters, clublicg Ilick very
and L'Cnfant has been causing guns. strengthening
Major always .
Our Black Vici
i
muchdiscomfurt. Four n Kid Butt.Goodyear '. >
$2.75.Lot
man almost had his mail +' tHn.c1leb sets nly
bis devotion and forethought doctor said the Tetter overpowered -- O welt-it .
is
praised ff>r to I when attherLl'tscfthe I a Beau. -
bad far his strength/ pare: out from the (t
too
procreated
disease anU cures 4.4:3-Foerderer Vici Kid
for the comfort of the
masses j n ;
loss
I to be cured and they of blood and the robber escaped. hecause. ltd ,
But Senator Ilale's discovery shows j.j t could d3 nothing for t I paD, it. eu* 'Sti.'cates" tdruijthe it.! O i i Plain Globe Toe and Bulldog; every Forty Pair fen'"j'i K !I'-

that the I'rench engineer was Inspired I|I, me. I Wok only three I tstr.ps tailing of the womb.lencorrhea 0 Pair Warranted to Wear $2.50. Leather Shoes, worth I" f '.
&)
: bottles of S. b. S.and NEGRO LABOR A FAILURE! iniiamiratipanctKar.
by very different motives.In was completely eared and rerudlcal sufferirg ire U,

a footnote the latter says that ago This, and was, I fifteen have never year Charleston Cotton 31111 to Lie Moved : f< ar.ty cr painfulmenstruatiunsndbydoag I Our Misses' and Children's ShoesARE

these circles and squares, from which nnceteen: any fign of my old trouble."-ifta. to Gainesville.GAINESVILLE all this drnts awiy the I i

the streets were to radiate like the I,1 I 1,. B. JACKSO.Y, 1414 :McGcc St.. Kaaw City, bin Go., Jan. 24. The hnrrired aed ere aches and I 0) I MADE BY THE BUDD BABY SHOE CO.. BURLIXGT.jN \ ;
S. S, S. neutralizes this acid poison pars v-'r :h drain health .,
spokes of a wheel were Intended as Vesta mills of Charleston ,
S. C.. will bo and teautr happiness and .,
cools the blood and
flfl'fY"al\('!!. In case of riots or "up-j 1 I restores it to a healthy moved Gainesville. good tender dom nanya n The Boston Shoe
to The
natural state, and the rough unhealthyskin reason of woman's LieIt is the one U I, Store
risings; cf the ('people he explains;; artillery becomes soft smooth and clear. the removal is that the operation of the remedy al ve all! others n
placed In these circles would wr Ich ee ry woman should
Tetter Ery.I mills with negro labor has Unsatisfactory know at ut ana use. It I,
sweep al! the streets and mercilesslywipe I Psoriasis Salt and proven 81.00 per bottle n Oat I N. G. FORCHEIMER, Prop.,
unprofitable and it hai
out all rioters or insurgents.L'Cnfant I'ssscures and all skin auj lrui store. ItIt I
had Ix-en one of Napdcin'senghneeas due to a pois- been deemed wise to employ white labor Mail Orders Promptly Attended To. 117 South Palafox SrI
altogether and Send for free 11uluetr.ted
operae the plant our i I m m fc
of the
and he shared the .
great em of the other mills "" n '
near one owned
peror's contempt for the masses. It vras blood. Send for our book and write us the '. by u Nothing too good for our
ccmTJln\ ,, ,
about case. Our physicians have ts The 'Brdic .
:
rot tLiir comfort but their! \h- truction. your The citizen of Gainesville will subscribe : :: "' CURE Y017SELF
made these diseases a life study, and can n' patrons, try a "Table DeHole" c' !
that he -JlOO.CKW the Co. I .
planned.It or more to new company Regulator
help you by their advice ; we make no It '
Is, Ly tIc:1I.. a strange; commentary charge for this semce. correspondence to be organized and the erection of or A La Carte meal Att.bxara.i;sae. ,_ .
//1 1A
I.'Lnfant's elaborate the mill will be l>egaa: \vithm CO; days. j :.arfa, G&. '
en I'rel'ml'tlolls is conducted in strictest confidence.THE for 50 cents at the New rn ''Y .

for suppressing;: disturbances that SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA.n Its capitalization: is to bs i JjOO.OOJ. In _.._...............................---.oJ........ .. t \\Cordova. abi to-i?

equipment: will be new and up to date. I! Sold by |, .,
the only riot whkh ever occurred in ,. __ ------- - -- -- -.1L
I I
Washington took placi on Seventh cago", oireCtoT or tne bureau or en;rav- REVENUE REDUCTION BILL I i'ntne-e >port. I will repair your watches and r 9.a.p rw r

street a narrow thoroughfare; entirely t: IDS and printing under President Harrison SAX FRANCISCO. Jan. 24.-The Exams jewelry in firstdaetyle.. J. I a' ,: .
without parks or circles and that itwas Amendments Made by the Senate Stephens. ti,
has been reappointed to that position iuer says: Ho Yow, Climes.? consul i i

crushed by a !handful of marines to succeed Claude M. Johnson, Klu-iuee Ciiamlttcp. I general at this port, is garng into the ;;
and that tie only artillery In the tngagement WASHINGTON' Jan. 24. The
who senate
resigned from the office fire or sis: I business of raisin; trotting horses for i
was an old brass cannon months ago. The appointment of anew committee on finance today concludedits profit and plea-ure.: He has completed --THE

which the rioters bad dug up from one chief of the bureau was left en- consideration of the war revenue: rednction nejrotiatioua for a farm near San Jose, '

of Majcr L'Enfaut's circles and which tirely In the hands of Secretary Gage. bill The bill a* amended by which will be operated practically! exclusively -
they \had mounted on a truck. President by Chinese. Hi* horses wi.l '
McKinley was to
appealed
the committee proabably will Le re- Citizens
entered the National
I'lann for Larger "'hltelion.... be on coast circuit this year BanK
In
freely regard to the choice of a successor ported to the senate late today. until the time
to go east, when
The need for Increased room in the to Mr. they
Johnson however, but in The amendments made by the finance will go to Kentucky. I

White House has been recognized; for j every Instance he refused to interfere committee to the house revenue reduction -- ------ I

many years and at the last session of Captain Meredith was eligible to reappointment bill fixes the tax on bier at f 1.30 Negro Preacher's Horrible Ieed.SPSRTdxBCRG I OF PENSACOLA.L.

congress Colonel T. A. Bingham, U. S. under the civil service rules ,I per barrel, and tobacco cigars audat sun:l S. C., Jan. '24.-Chero-1 .

A., the engineer! officer In charge of by reason cf his record as a veteran of 9 cents per pound. i kee has
The tax on bank checks is re,trred county a gruesome murder case
public buildings and grounds of the the civil HILTON
CARL GREEN
war. SCHOFIELD. I JOHN F. PFEIFFER.
and that on telegrams and express receipts on hand. Eliphas Dawkins, a negrc I
capital, was authorized to prepare designs PRESIDENT. CASHIER
THE NEXT WORLD'S FAIR is repealed.The preacher! and a leader in many negro T. E. WELLES
for Its enlargement He has constructed R. M. BUSHNELL,
cieties, is in jail charged with
a model of the building as it First Spike Driven. : 90-1 V ICE-PRESIDENT. ASST. CASHIER
Fund In Sight: For the E l. Louis his wife. The dying statement of
!twill appear If his suggestions are adopted. Exposition of 100:1.: BRCSSwiCK.Ga., Jan. 24.:! -The Brunswick wife was that Elipnas poured a lamp DIRECTORS:

The new White House will I* and Birmingham railroad convention full of kerosene over her ana then held
1iAxsas CITY Jan. 24. A and
flanked on the east and west sides by large her in the fire until she received fatal T. E. WELLES WM. FISHER RLE M. ROBING)
:' met here today, nearly 300 delegates
two story wings; connected with the influential delegationrepresenting those' burns. The physicians' examinationsbear : of E. E. Saunders 4 Co.

main building by handsome colonnades. interested in the Louisiana :e'WorlJ's being present from several southern out this story.SAVE K. WHITMIRE. JOHN F. PFEIFFER, MORRIS BEAR
state This rOJ.ills: to connect the
-- L.
HILTON
The east wing between the exposition to be held at St. GREEN.
present cities of Brunswick and
( Birmingham, doctors' bills! by giving; Fo-
White House and treasury Is to be denoted Louis in 1903, was heard today by the i and the first spike was driven at noon. HONEY AND TAR tO Infants -

to reception and dining rooms special committee of the house of representatives 'One delegation this morning depositedin and children in time to pre. A General Business

and other apartments for social functions having charge! of that sub a local bank a certified check for'!I 1 I vent pneumonia or croup. which are I Banking Transacted

while the west wing, which will (100,000 Iii an inducement for the roaJ : fatal to so many thousands of BA
ject. The exposition is designed on a
replace the present conservatories Is to 1 scale of nucsual magnitude 115,000,000 to pass through its county BIES.v.. A. D Alemberte.Great .

toe the private home of the president already beiug assured for it by the Found Dead In the Woods. hire In Montreal. Vessels' Accounts Handled on Favorable Terms, Ei-

and his family. The executive: : United States and the
present government city
!
LAFAYETTE Ala., Jan. 24.-Waltei MONTREAL, Jan. 2-.-The fire which Change Bought and Sold Collections
mansion will be devoted entirely to offices of St. Louis. It will partake cf the international I ,
of the Pans exposition L. Harmon a resident of this county started here last evening wa completely
and rooms for the transaction of scope Promptly Attended To.
official business. The additions are to a:11 Chicago World's fair. was found dead in the woods last Satur under control at 3 o'clock this morning

- be constructed of white marble. The delegation present( today included day. Wednesday left home to visil tat the engines; are still plariiur on the -
former Governor D. R. Frances of Mis relatives. Not returning, st'arrh11..' | rums. The Ios-es are variously estimated -

The New Tamping Station. souri. Charles W. Knapp of the :St.: made for the body, unit it was found!i' at from $-',()'Jl.\O'' )) to; l.WO.OOO.j ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.WE .
The new pumping station which will Loins
Republic ex-Representative frozen stiff. Mr. Harmon wai at or.e J j -- i
be constructed during: the nest building! than Frank, who was one of the congressmen time sheriff of Chamber He was an-j street Fair In prill2.GREENSBORO. I
season by the commissioners! will be who framed the Chicago exposition married.

one of the finest of the sort ever built. Ielliltlou;Representative Seth I Ala., Jaa.24.-Goor;. LODGE DIRECTORY
(.. A. H. Annual Kncampinrtit. 1 :lloslauder Frank
The station will be erected on Truni- W. Cobb of lIi3ourilud M ssrs. JaoiesHagfraan I and D. Gulley propo-

bull street, between First and rourth ; and C. II. Spencer. CnCAGo, Jaa. 24 -As a result of th? 1 j giving an agricultural street fair corn -

streets, on land belonging;: to the rnltl'dStatl's. Chairmau Tawney of the the congressional abandonment of Denver and the sclec-1 i time during the spring. They will als fl:11f KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
commerce explained
present
the site Laving been securedthrough tatn5 of the raeasare. The sundry tion of Cleveland for the annual ens''' have an exhibition of one stock. -

: the secretary of war. The civil oppr.'pmtioa bill of last year contained campment of the G. A. R. for JWJ\ l'cnli.enla Ltxl f', :\0.3. K of I'

plans, for the structun- are being prePared a (ron.ou pledging: the United western reads have 'Ci'leil t > maUe: nunsaa'.ly j AFTER IsGIIPPE-WHVT? every :Mnr IH). .

by Henry Brauns of Baltimore. states government to arprupnarc fv : low rates to Col..,radt t 'tjn.-t I Usually: a mkitur cough and a the at sat Bn! a-" to .
O'$) )) when time local authorities had points nest: summer, and e-TKvully: ilsr- ,
.I. "
The building\ will I* of stone or of jpnfral fee lin; of weakne Fo- ? tsar : '
l .Ot'0.'j00 th- satiation hag the period of the G.H 4rmeet. br"t.r:, .
provided to eucainp- )
brick and stone, 'doitnding upon the I.KY'S HuN'EY AM: TAR i i. cuaran- .
of the ,..e'ret.lfof the tn'iurTh' meat "
prices named In the proposals which I teed to cure thegrippe coiig11'and K. H. I U

will be asked. The dimensions will be prc.itnt tall contemplates carrying out .\ 3Ik.int! Ium.hp.! make you sstrorg; aid well. \V. A.D' [ '
this pledge; making thf.'np rop:1IIOil: .\lem Of rte. K. K. A H.
lot by 15;'1 feet. Tie height of the main >.-io.Oi\'XK.and; \ at the same tiaie rr"i PmI..oDETl'm.oJtn.. :24.-Grave ft'ar* I

building will be u) feet while from the villas a coaiprehcutivcplan! of ;:vtru for the safety of the British s>rearahipLiverpool I ?IIIH\I li': Y.The' .

ground to the summit the stack will meat participatioa al '!1g the hces of are entertained. She milefll l under-ignedtake.thimethod W--O. W.

IK l.V feet. The estimated: cost of they the partK'ipatioa at C'neapo.Governor of otf rin her *frvic .
from this port on Au:. 23 last for B/.I! I -c a; a firstclass Live Oak Camp \0. 1 WmxlnianWorlil. t t
Francis / X
Is :! addressed the committee
building; S25WO"; midwife.Jiavin? had .V) year;!
The cjusUtfi f
? t ISli.tW ,-
cargo
pointing cut that the ?10fOOIM ,- Liverpool's Can .
r experience. give best of refrr-
Short Session I.emulation. .
of oil
: ;: 'ns ia cases, valued at
' >J had been secured by the local anthcrietics. encefrom leadiny pl.vsieiiuof: ADVERTISE REGULARLY.That Meets lint and third Fr.day r. -
There Is eu-ry premise that in the Of this axonat fj.CKK'.Ou1ha $134.317.; Sao: was under charter by thii city. each month.'Iiltlng fOr.;e'.. .

throe weeks before the holidays the < btea ra'.sd : !the Standard Oil company.HU I i U why our Prescription ally invited W. W. WATWE -, ,
by popular abcnpti-->is II i )h:::. M. GinnK.v. H. R. TIIAWE8, Clrk. i >
honse will tlispoe of a vast amount of on: $j.UOO.t-OO by the i. ueof city lx::d- Mo..t'('sofnl II.ioL.: i jltf ill South tViJli-r! St.Ii Business Grow; so Rapi.,lly.
Iegkl.itk The bill;! for the reductionof The secretary of 'tate of Jrs-url -
First: Passenger-What lock Las
the war revenue taxes, the bill for showed a lane major: in the state: favorable helped Pure fl'. ,
( you most: in Lfe; ? DrugsAND 4 ,
the .' 1ir.H"Lt rizhiqthe :
the reorganization! cf tie army, the to all 1l1: ') '
bonds, and in tt.: Lcian the vote Second Pissfnl'r-Tbe: city direct! (, /3Y
rh and .
rr I-arbor: appropriation bill, tLli'p '
showed eigbt-tt-nths favorable to tht i :: /"-
subsidy! bill! the! oleomargarine ry.First r 6- J
{, ,, '
on 3. Passenger: -The city director, :
till. (lie lii-llan cptiropriatiuu, bill and --- -- -- i'-ill PROMPT SERVICEDO I -. 1.t; \..
Second Passenger-Yes; I'm a /
'1li*> ni'irv.IZ'011: '10m' wIll' !lrollally.l l jWfore The <\\liflng Clnnie. THE REST. : ; ;, 11 :':
; collector.-Syracuse Herald. j : ... '
.. the! Louse n-n later than the "I har3 EOUe'ery" comr llmectar 1I : L..."
who
things about you said the man I 0/.
third neck of the session. The oleomargarine I -a:
llkis: to be. vliasrceabl The mo-t ssothitisr: heair.sar.d:: i II T. fan :j' :

,!tor. and till the Is ship already! subsidy made! bill a siecial has beenrriwtiJ ors "lailoed:" returned glee. Senator Sorghum.with antiseptic applieatinu! ever devis' d' {.... r n I C's? 'I; Jj:1.7 ,
complacent: i \
is DeWitt's Witch Hazel :Salve. Ill \ \\
_ to the Lou \'. It need not le "Yes: but the niaa who said! them .... -.
relieve* and I /
at once cures pilwslsore
eurprU: if all these measures have wound up with the remark that he"le-' *, eczema and kin disease Beware : -- Popular Drug Store, }

been fen to the senate, as well as the tiered in giving 'the devil Lis due. cf imitation Harris' Phar- | -

IH-tis'.en! appropriation bill before the Washington Siar. macy Sydney Kahn. John :Shep- -.-==- Ii 7 is No. 37 South Palafox, ARE THE

bol1tl:1YDt! of the bills mentioned pard. i
Her Cleter Uejeetlon. Telephone 3s: "
are likely; to head to extended delatein ------ J I..ki'Getting Leaders in Nevkweor.OL'R
"What d'.d: jT'in .!-> when that horrid .
tie house and with the cloturerules Mr. Waxem proposed to yon Counterpanes' |! tens up fr 15c neb, : -- -
In force there it will be entirely feasible
"11( proposed ly letter, and 1 simpl; I LINE OFARE
to dispose of all these bills! in two returned the proposal after writing across few Ms hoi! Laundry. I;

or three weeks.; and thus vicar! the docks the factof tV envelope 'Opened by mis i Over It. q ASCOTTS@

for the eight cr tea large appropriation take' and then sisned cy name to iL"- Vw Gods, :

j liiiU that would remain to loe disposedcf Oevelard: Plain! DeaKr. I x i rocxWHISK THE VERY LATEriJORDAX i
Latest styles' of Paper and Envelop0 Colds ao easy to take 3
-- ----
in Januaryand the first half! of Feb ?
TRIED FIVE DOCTORS. *. I CO.
but hard to .
ruary. TLe last two or three wetks cf Best quality of Tablets for school cure.A
Mr#. France L. Sale;; *'f Mi,, i .
a hurt session! are usually l>occupied oU! UP, or for correspondence. : cold taken now may annoy you The t'p-u.Ua'. "urnhlll'r..
.
.
Valley. I. write "I had
I A large part In reaching! agreements on : .everokidnev School Supplies, Pen, Pencil?, ill winter units* properly treated. ,
' measures In conference between the| trouble for"par", had tried Inkwell Blotters Desk-pad, Cap! A bottle of our Eucalyptus Cough
'I five doctors without benefit but I for
Gentlemen
two bouses.aierrdlCh. and Bill Paper. i Curfc taken now will relieve your who that will keep
thr"e bottles of FOI.EY'S KIDNEY cherish
Litter and BillFib'
I
IB Charge Again. Blank-books. cold at once and cure in a day or two. Quality. Comrort :
CURE
cured WD'AIEm
me. -
Collector's Files Paper 'I
?, Clip.I J -
comfortable
.I _Captain_ _WilliamLMereditjicf_! Chi berte. Hand-carved Purses, B'll Books Belt*r Kei p a Bottle of 1hs Remedy at you

I ic., &c. C. V. THOMPSON, Hard Always. I during the cold weather
.
Nasal PITBVITFB1? Most com- S EI. 30 S. Palafox Street.J. Prepared: only by
JF fiYT ; 1 and at such low lJrl"pS

CATARRH gT s SplOye. laa 11 U 1 l pM stock I. Stephens has a large assortment p, ?. SMITH, PC rID cist, thatypucan afford to JlIlj
4gg4r
< of fine medium and cheap of l Solid Strlins Silver and

alla tt teaaatb es-e' tuet1"alJ ILlrfflrER) t ror"I grades, ever displayed in RIel"9; Knives Forks and Spoon Ko. T .S. Pslafox St., Penacola, Fbi j Sell C ly>l Duileiger: Bros. several..llarston $ Fine'

--
[( freanl Balm Pensacola. Cash or instalments. -

cer--et., :';eeadhele: -5he
,. We hare just what
: I ,: I: .t.

L t r Etlt ; want. JIarstm
... ._, ..lF' > iou j-
_
4.. FIJI :h.

( r",,:: &lm trarnl-'t': ; rear "< ': ', .'' -' .

tt.s nns',.tt aid ., JL', .vS. I'. -

......:;:.tl.lst.J.u'; !' .' E t i.': for acceptable ideas. t

tot ;>- ":..-"'. .. -:. !--. .-- ,. : i mi State l Ii patertcd.Ealtiware ,
;
,
I tc"'r t! -: ;:, c ,, : TH E PATENT RECQaD
refunded
J.lILt1Jl;;.sr Na, '. ;ff"t..T"k.. f..'1t 1' : Ml To cure, or money by your merchant, so \vh/' not try it9 Prir o1 Oc.



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THE DAILY.. NEWS: PENBACOLA, FLORIRDA: FRIDAY. JANUARY. 25,190i !J

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Tried Friends Best.F KING EDWARD VIIDULYJWLAIMED __1I1IIUMANNATURI3 AN ORDINANCE-- C. R. TAYLOR,

vrthirtyycarsTutt'sPillshaver f I Entiiltdan For Ordinance The Year 1900.to le"1 Tales TRADERS ii MANUFACTUREROF I _


-c<,",'n a blessing! to the invalid.Ar | -o Be It Ordained by the Council of the City of STYLISH....

truly the sick man's friendA ;I BY JOHN Bwnnrn J Section Pl'nl"cola.1. That there 11I'8 hereby levied RYE

upon the real property In the city and upon
i --- BOOTS
Fact King of Great --- all personal property In or owned by uer- ,
Known Britain |
and Soul residing la the city, the following _
I It was about a couple hours after mid- tues for the year 1900.

j. ir nus headache, dyspepsia Ernpsror of India. plght one cold December night when I first. A tax of (J) five mills for the purpose AND

: li'ft the editorial quarters of The Times uses of of the providing city. a general fund for the f e giaraclee tie abaTe

r ;f)mach, malaria.constipa- --V. (Xew York). wearied with brain work, Becond. A tax of (4) four mill for the

all kindred diseases. A BRILLIANT CEREIIOiilAL or. let me say with thinking, writing, purpose of paying Interest and providing a RYE WHISKY to lie lie SHOES
t : ; handling "copy," revising galley proofs sinking tuna for the payment of the principal
of the bonded Ind"btedne6s of the
TITT'S Liver PILLSAN i II I and looking after many things. When I city. Best Whisky offered ia

M. J.uni l'aacj an.l MarboroiihUoie : got down stairs on the Nassau street side Third. A tax of Ill) eleven mills for Police .

ABSOLUTE CURE. IhroiistdVltli; Men lhtlll'l! of thy old Times building I saw a gang Approved purposes Jan.and Wjvol.fire Protection. I any city f for 1 tin mangy

of six or eight. ragged and chattering Attest: J. J1.1IILI.HRD I
guhhrd In loli Jll.ltury aiJ Civil urchins! sittia; at the open iron grating Jso.G. WARD. Mayor I M laaflle m f Whisky

ATLANTA BOY MISSING Llfp, Alllrr.l III <; rl'OlJipp irfl.LONDJV. under which as the subterranean press Acting Clerk. lsj-oaw4w ,
AN .
I m !OP.k of EMecuted DUCRIPIIOI
rooms from which arose the hot steam

\l L. 1'.IIc-non Mysteriously OUapprar Jan. CL-I/iadou tolay WAS anl hot air that were warming up the AN OUmXAXCK :, In Quarts, $1.00 per qt.
in the of the Art
I Style )
: Highest
Kroni llonif.AMI fc-iveu a ghaip-} of me-iiaval times: Th shirerinj! urchins whom some people To Amend Section Tw of An Ordinance -

.Jia is.-Yesterday morn- quaint crreniunies with which King; I would I stood call at"brats.the door" for a minute look. Emit led "An Ordinance to :" In Bulk, $3.00pe gal.JACOB fort C2"el: For ail d Delirerea!

,.- r ..atlU,; breakfast.: Alcnzi PatI LIlw:1r,111 was j.r.rclahaed at vcrionipji.tJ in; at the rang which the gaslight from Lessen the Hanger Fiona Fire in ]! _

t v-AM ..id.-on: of J. T. Patter- of tljo: llil'tr.I'Jlis exactly followednnclent : below brought into view. the Ciiy, and the Harbor of the FREE OF CHARGE: V

I i Irj" nt.-r. living atI') IVroaat. : .I.r c.'Juti. Ths ofiic'.aN pur. "IIillo. fellows I cried."Hello City, (.f Pensacola" } c: =TRY IT=:@ I No. 9 North Palafox St

\ .< n.t -ayiaz whtra he was pasely amajre the aucti >n ua hour yerself was the squeaking re- Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Council of
pl.v. thu cf .
City P.timiO -
"' :r ni PJO bU.e. II* ahtalof taJ pulli-.bc 1 announcement "See here" said I after a few moments Section 1. ThaUsection: Two of an ordinance : KRYGER &
i
I., a'1 1 1"I $ttd boys in aid {lie iuhal-ianti, when they uivokr.wire .1I speaking in a lower tone anil fumbling the danger, entitled Irom"An fire In Ordinance the city to and Irisen the ANTAL-MIDY

.
_. OJ' i. .- > uothiii;? was : sarpr.s. :d to :.il t'aa eu lire way la my pocket "see here! I've got harbor of the city of PenaacoU." l>e and :BIJOU BAR.
.,.. I' ..i a :"cAhours.. 'I some to'e the same u hereby amended. to read aa follows These tiny Capsules superior
b. mouoy awny.
I tt'el nir; Jw: ; p l.w> r.:11 tin city i"See.
., .. Arrived}hul'anl and the when boy lined >.':Il! tr .";H. Ai .)ut ldt :l< "flive it to me:" yelled two or three of : !. Be it further ordained that It -- to Bolsam of Copaiba: _

at and ho .hn l I hfp ;.'t1:4.' .. iur.y guardfjot Jl'itrl'1 tin1 urchins at once as they sprang up. I bball be unlavt ful to operate.or cause to he for acceptable Ideas. = =@| ](j

i fatlur< not ro.itiXM.M and other eav.ih-y! and infantry roainats "No ye don't mister!" cried oue of the I operated.wharfordoekorinorabutany in, about nf upon any mill strret, factory State If patented. 4fl _
wtntul m
iind no tilings had tievii trough trout .\lJ :- I I othl'rss lie shook his fist in the faces of or Kliop.or private premises wuam a THE PATENT RECORD, same iLseasra without anyincon-

.: ', > the G:4ho, -hot an'I L>:II.m b.irrac'is alter mid those who had first made outcry. "Give I radius of two hundred feet of any building, Baltimore Md. v.j'jje! '!. SZIL D BY it l DRUGGISTS
1 ;
at
uiht.H; tae ifi'fcra had sU-pc! on their 1 it to that little fellow! in the corner. lie any locomotive engine donkey engine sta _
IIhJ't ben trum the
lil tionarycngtneorteiis engine
'c : : --- -- -- -
arms: and th- huLl and bws-, m.-tru needs it bad.! II IIu.1 fcmoHe-Btack of which burmng .park*, or
but
: 11. rf. the h-spitul latnts wire ihron.;td with crop. Tilt. \ so say we all of us1'! chirped the cinders are emitted without first providing -

i. :. I11 'h boy under their troops la tlieais.-Ives; luale an imposing Cans-: : i spark-arretsrorotberdevjceto laid tmoke-ateck with a effectually sulHoient: to the U. S.
The 'little fellow in the corner" Purveyors Navy -
; spet.icl", but they were entirely I I rose prevent the escape ef, burning sparks or
.. ,
: TI wai: ent out by ,
eriipM-d by tha strange spectacle pre- ; from the hot iron grating wkli had i cinders therrfrom; provided that nothing ,
:ill parrolmeu wen- sonted by tho officials of tho college of.I warmed his hones. He was black; he I herein hall be construed to apply to'
i !!'i .>' tin- mis-inif boy tinoke stacks of fnglnes. which make noUtsoftoresddraftiu
hini. arms. .., was n hunchback; hu face was gaunt; any torm.rb..n ,ald.. North Atlantic
Squadron
watc'i for
:, kvj) iho ceremony Lean at St. James he grinned; he was in tntters. He said i smoke-stacks are sixty feet in height and at ,
.' r.lwl a* 13: yt-ars oM, his I II i least! ten feet above the highest point cf
name was Napoleon Ilonaparte.
palace, where, at !9) o'clock! : Edward VII j
.'..',.'. 'a tit fqnaro-cat a whito C'at.hilt was proclaimed, king: of the United j I The money watu't'' much. lie got it. any building feet therefrom.within"a radius ot two hundred ;t -And 1 ta All Wh Appreciate! t tlis M of ETeryftlBE to E1 !--*

Kingdom of Groat Britain and Ireland i I "Thunk )'1'. boss! he lisped as his eyesghiteneil Approved January is, 1P01.
r anl e.ves and a few of In.lilThe i on that wintry night and the J.M. HILLI' RI>. Those "ho seek the true enjoyments hy Good Living should Take care that wise and
.... and emperor proclamation I Attest: Mayor.JNO. I dn preparation he m.i'le. otherwise Uiaappuiatmeol In Taste and Satisfaction await
: wnich was read by William Henry j I whole suns laughed, girled i and chuckled c;. WARP I tue victim of errors easily avoided.
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Weldon king-at-arais since 1394!) and happy as the little black huuchba k Acting; Clerk. jt"oawlw

TH= SOUTn IN CONGRESSII formerly Windsor herald, was aa fol. I who had now got out of the corner. I &-THE PARLOR MARKET*

lows: I This is the whole of my story. If the AX OKDINA.NCKKntitled
in l.'o'liH'U IJepreaeiita- The Proclamation Head. reader doesn't see what it signifies, it Is

,M \\ ,10;; Defeatol. "Whereas. It has pleased Almighty I not told for him. But perhaps there are an Ordinance to Amend | I? tie Flee?, of all otters, to Procure EyeryltiBe M ta Eat.

N. .Tau. 21.-.\ Wishingj. God to call to his mercy our late sover. some ragged/ brats who have more true Chap'er 10, flit isbn 3, Secti-n

.. -.: Tho coaiuiitti'O on e'jrii lady, Queen Victoria, of blessed relizion: in them than some" fat nabobs."Let's .h13ofihieCode if Ordinances of The Assortment there displayed would make the most conllrmed dyspeptic renew

:.'rase nut today and and glorious memory by whose deceasethe co.and me the chums. of said fellows NapoleonBonaparte 18\)"' I, his lost vIgoof mipelite.I .
imperial crown of the United Kingdom gang ran I The Choicest of Fresh Meat of All Kinds; the Freshest of Fine Fish,right out of thewater
luti.ia ft>( tin the di. along Tark row (watched them till II Bait Ordained by the Council of the Cliy Season
ti lue Ireland I ; the Crispest and Kne-4! of Fresh Veeetablfs of Every Variety known to the -
of Great Britain and is .
: they cot to that famous grubshop in a of Pensucoia.Bection I and Market; the Tbndeiest of Poultry, ome&Uc and Western allvcjind dressed; theHtt
furnish data relat
to -
j u"as and rightfully to the high 1. That Chapter 10, PiUaion\ 3,
e' solely come I Varietyoftianie possible to procure!; tbe Daintiest of Delicacies of every de-
I I cellar here they "don't give bread with I Section SIS; of time Code of ordinance* of Ixw, I .
-Tiit.: r of illiterates ov'r1 and mighty Prince Albert E Iward we, scrlptloo.I
... ." .I..II-T i./.ir ..t.ir.3.1 Tl.i.W4. I I L.V..V1.. :; .a.....1IUVLvLVv. :. I lone fishball" and where was first heard be and the same U hereby amended to read I I Houscksep.rsandCatcrersarecordlnlljnyited. to call and choose for themselTei.
'. iu.u.e L' Vltb tZtLrS. J.LIb LJLb CLIILLUIIL UIVL IIUIULIof that memorable order from hungry as follows: |I or, it timneferbidstoaeud their Orders bysjaitsTclcilioiie
.- :41gZtrtI1: by llr. Wilson I this realm, being here assisted with !i'' a ( The stringing of all wires and Installs- '
.. 'torner to a waiter: "I'oik and lx> 11'1-1! tlou of electrical nmculuery wires and -
'. is a. member of those of her late majesty's privy coun-11 | So. 17a. @
shitl be done under the BUperviMon -
,. I''(!i'u me a big chunk o' pork and appliances
!iur \vd-i iatrudnctnl by cil, with numbers of other principal \ and subject to the approval of the I
!
bcnna
r of Indiana. gentlemen of quality the lord mayor, !stop to count yer City Electrician and before any electrical' ,

.' ,'i, ">11 Its lnev, sevks to aldermen and citizens of London do I fchonUn't wonder it my gang had agreat work is done or attempted to be done the
PETEB.SEET
E.:
tine there for a half hour or more person, firm or corpnratl MI purposing to I
:'''[Tist-ntanon of ,,"IUof now hereby with one voice consent of somewhere. do nny electrical work shall notify the t ay ,
'
and then took
: u '.iteiliydft"rmima:,: tho>o tongue and heart to publish and proclaim a snooze I Klectriciun: in vritine, stating the place -DEALER IS V
:.avo d'lsfra'K'i.iv-il: il.itcr-: that tho high and mighty Prince Well, I guess that by this time all those i wherasuch work is to be done, the cbarac-, -
brats the angels in the ft.r and nuinner' in which is lo be done
.
; u- the Ihr,('t"r..f the ceni Albert Edward is now, by the death of skies are thl'11111001ell up among if they ought I and tin time it is Intended to bt'glnork.. 't and Domestic Wines and
fur Liquoi-s
as Imported CigarsICE
!
:lytat< I ih:ituch iu- our lato sovereign of happy memory Lu1; The City Kleclricinu hail! make such
,: j I to he translated! at once. : monthly examinations! as art necessary to !
.." .t be t>!jtaiii-.l in time come oar caly lu\\"fulllnJ rightful lkgej*
S S S S S enforce the provisions of this division and !
i I COLD BEER.JUCTRDETSPIT
i. .-':1[ M My story
r- ;.Ir t'.i ffi-Uually of the kingdom of Great Britain and' may I r.onrd of 1'ublicKufety."
:
for it shows that human nature has two {.
ApprovedJanuary IS, 1'"1.
i>''uns to cut down Ih land, Defender of the Faith emperor i I
.
I J. M.lIILtIAKl
.'' itlou in congresstti'i of India, to whom wo acknowledge all 'sides.The of it is in Brooklyn, somefelts :: Sttt"-t: Ma\or. I Corner Reu-- d Government Street;?,
scene
-, LoweviT, dc- faith an I constant obedience, with aU ,, !'] Jo.u.U.\\ARU. '
which, is well known, aio infested PE :-\\COLA. FLA.
of
as
':'lt'rk. jt onvvlwOf
: >r :Mcniuu tsjins: hearty and Luiuble attVction beseeching ;i Acting ,
i ini by ro\ins gangs of young: rapscallions -
--
{ tilt! information whom all kings and do '
.1 God, by qtsetns
who! take satanic .!t.iI.t! in I
.; i cuuuot bo fur. ;:n, to bless the royal Prince Edward ]'' tantalijmg defenseless n pedestrians jour-I all kinds and 4.0 amN \ U TEl
VII 'It11ong! and happy years to reign'; STO\TE"S\ .
.
'' in>; at them, bearding: them throwing I at all sorts of I !: n ry /

ovemus. mud or other thir.?' at them running tis* .

I I ,.1. ('ITY OF '1'01.:110, .'..01I. The a king largo was a-sembla not present.of duals There around them knocking off their hats or prices. Easy terms. Mars- ON EUROPEAN PLAN.
was
I I. ,\- Cue TY. \ otll1'r\\ i-1' subjecting them to annoyanceend
j and college heralds. Among those in SII1 ing. No will governed city ton $ Finch. TEBiE RESUUR f H54LS EACH CiY-25 CEHTS EACH.
.1.! CHENEY bLik.(1tl1 'attendance Wire General Roberts and
rowdies at large but
I would h t sv.ih run ;
..iiinr partmT of theI I members of his headquarters staff and I'.rooL'.jn: let. them. : \VEEILY SCIIilDUI-,1' Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night

I ( :In-tiny' k Cii., doingt'if I other army oicers. There wai a great A lickety i old man was slowly windii'jt I

City nf i..l-tlo, concourse of people from the commence-1: I I his way along an ice clad street one FOB STEAM DIVISION CYSIER3, FISH ii2? GAME OF All KIND I IS SE&SCN.SPBCIKL .

>f", af rai.l. :uul that meit to the close. The iroclamationwas night la.st niter when a gang of ten or a I 1i
;
of i 1'11'1iS\CLLC'ImOTEHUO
fanfare
., -1.1th..' ..1\11I..f ONK greeted ty a tmumpetz.At :, dozen boys renting; iu ae from S to IS ORDERS HT PCNY HOUR.
!1'1! !I' i hoLLAKfor I c.iclii the conclu-iou of the ceremony the years caught! sight of him. They beginjvUiag i UAIMVAY CO)!PAY..
:Foot guards iu |
nf Cutunh tli.it -:in- and belonging to the the! old as he plodded Trains leave Pensacola for the LltthbayouBia
-' : at mn :
played "God ::intue ; Yard RATES:From f 1.00 to sl..V' per Day. Lodginand::; ; 50 cents.
I ',> the tl-f if IlALIS'i the Friary: court 1 I nlon the b!"rk. They threw snowballs lisyouWarringtonNisvIsn
1 Fort barrancas at
I i I ir. King. l'i'Itllaut Scene- !II at Linu they "made fwl's" at him ns they : :r>a.m. ..::JOa.m 517 and 519 South Falufox St. PENSACOLA, FLA
I KANK: J. ('UENEV.I I inn la front of hint Looted as they ran 7uaa.m.p.rrveat Fort r.arranca& TMn.u

\ '., I li. t.iri- iiii and -ub'cribcd.l.t The ncsilers of tho king's household i i I l.el.iad him and, set ins;: wmie spoiled 10iiO a.m.arrive at Fort Uarrancaa 10:4 a.ir -

:'oJ.! -" ".'. tliUdth day\ of Do). i wit no's1 tho ceremony tram llarlboj j I i i p-fi'.se ia the gutter flung it at him. 1 UU p.m.arrive at Fort 1'arranoas f 1 t5:4i; p itS 3sil

:; ,\. I I'. !lti.I r' ugh;: house. IM the balcony overlook i! Ilil you ever hear of ran!'!' shameful 8:15::ia p.m.p. tu.arrive arrive at Fort Fort Barrancas Harrances 1:Ik'p P n a:.

lug die Friary court \vhenca the proclamation -! con-loot or more depraved young roughs? 'St) p.m.arrive at Fort ISarrancai t>:'Sp.ir The Best Wines and LiquorsV m
tho Duke of Norfolk the Traaa! leave Fort liarraaca for PeDla.I -
A.V..fiLEASON, : \\as' rt'at't'r I Mind yon. I was told these facts by i'iS'iiDistilled
\l other officers of tate. The cola at
Nt-ury Public. 1 old himsehf.lie .
man ,....
V 7:9)am: arrive at I'ensacold 8l.i; a. re
C rh Cure is taken in- balcony: was draped in criuis cloth. at his tormentors; he
I ii put nnry: T:4.; a. m. arrive at renaacola_ 8K a.alIt
from the Choicest Yields
.1 i-i! I :.irti din'l.tI1111 theI Ifc.iiiu"tho olliciols in resplondent; uni- i railed at them: he cursed them: he was ) p. m. arrive at Peosacola._11:45 pIT V 'r '- .
stationed the mate trnnipct- for 1.0111'. It 2'O arrive at l'enBacoa.___ :2:45/ p.ir
I !T.,.("ibti4 :;urfan-s of the frms. were 1 "Ltppia* fad; he called p. m. -
6UO m arrive at Fensacoia: VV..V. 6:45 p m of Field and Vineyard Bottled with
-. ;J tor -titnoniaK flop. ers. here was fe .u many prominentpereous 1: WPS In ain. 1:00 p p.m. arrive at Pf-cfacol.?__ 7:+op.EL

.1. i IIKNKY:: ; & Ct'., Toledo, 0 I among them Sir Henry Arthur 1 Now it happened that the old man slipped 1j.45p. in. arrive'at Pensacola.. 8.80 1',1\
White, private solicitor to the queen; on the ice clad sidewalk! ; he fell heavily ; 'Saturdays: only. the Utmost Care and Bkill and delivered

the.Prince of Wales and other membersof ; he groaned; he bled in the face; hotiied 1 !I PARa FOB WEEK DAYS.i I

TALES OF CITIES. the royal family. I to get 11{I. fell again, groaned still i i PeniAOOla: to Port Harranca and retorn 4'<(< at your door-tbe Finest
of Marlborough: house and thoughe : Pensacola to Navy Yard and return_ S"<,
In the yard ; lay and It seemed as J I(
., 1;" sijnare milrs of fIred the Friary court were stationed: a large I i more:I was, done prone for. I I PensacOla to Palmetto Beach and return ItiBVXDAT I Tonics u_ and.... .- Inviirorflnta-- _0 __ ____ J vou- can---0---!!et.
I
I 1': ii-li viuaro inilt it\erage! body of police, soldiers and foot guards. Presto, change! The pitiful sight I SCIUDt1DI ) .
.' I laoli stutt lm houses Tho foot guards acted as a guard of < rapscallions and an- :.eI V( Pen a cla. Lv Fort Birranc .
V touched of the to .
1 one 9 a. m. a. ro.ll $
I"" :.ISM the) city of Toronto honor and were posted immediately beneath 'other of them, nail all of them. They : a. m. 12 m. i I \\Vllat\ sball Scud YOU?

V ."'...! t It a city hall which the balcony. | 'cnthered around him as he lay prostrate, I 1p.m. 8 p.m.p. m. Tri.r we

';:;"ii"i.i u\ iy the I'riillal: es- Tho spectators began to assemble at bent tttside! him, spoke softly to Ip.Ip.m DI p.m. I IP.

I'it. ".'1:1) tIn it to d.itc has: an early hour. Troops arrived at 8 I bled tears as they looked at him him'l < m pm, I I ,

V :"s ..'. ninl it i.t nut ytt tiui.hed.ty o'clock, and shortly before I 9) o'clock in ]I the blood from his gashed face cot 5 p. m. 8 p.ia. j ja r1i Come in and make: a selection ; we
brilliant cavalcade parsed :> I a. I p.m. |
the morning; a him gently as it p. k
treated RS
\ i I. (till retains au nrcaix 'I on: to his feet
down the Mall and entered Friary court. :; loved father helped FABSFOB8USDAT) Guarantee
V ix .\ pIVM'Ilt ill,' ollU'st he had been their I' Quality.
of the staff, V 'eaooola to ort Barraaoat Nary I
:Ni'wt is :St. (Paul' It consisted headquarters him he tottered to his home, accompanying j
:: :i commander-1 as ( 1 ard and retnrn.___.____ :25c ,
.' beaded by General Roberts, I the told him how ,
all
'Pi I"r of I'.ronJ'.tay: and him way; 'aaiaaola to Palmetto Beaoa and
in.chief of the forces. In full uniform offered to do fatnrn ........ 15c <
and! anything -
V V i II \ls lunlt ill 1 itI: :. ti'U sorry they were I -
V .' Vibration of IlJt" and carrying a marshal's baton. Sir they could for him. V I No freight! received after 8:15 p, m. S. A. FRIEDMAN

Evelyn Wood and nine court dl"nita.\\ This was the last of that gang of rapscallions I I It ,

ries, headed by the Duke of who after alt as it would i j

'.AVAL NOTES peared on the balcony. SN'nl.'tl' not totally depraved or utterly i =GOLAY@rist : I'. O. Box 413. Telephone 179.PENSACOLA .

The crowd took: up the cry, while the !lost. The gang had become ashamed, | FLA.

; V..!<> huntu.l.u.i"I1'1 i iS cheers band playing, the fanfares the national of trumpets anthem and, role the of itself at the sight of helplessness and I I,' | and Corn Meal Mills, V_ V -----J

..I! in tin \\.Vt1rI1I Sii! Kin .at.Atm5 Weldon suffering.! It broke\ IIp.n,1 now, as KING COAIj MAKES 3IEHUY AT
a chorus medley. told by the old man himself. whenever '. .... ._
"V It II\IT her innihiiifiyt'l read the proclamation in clear tone, j was !d. F. GOJiZMSZ & CO., Prop s, "' ''' ..: ,CL NKW 'F' \It'S
the 5el'Ihim ,
of
member gang
a former ;" 7.;
V <'!..l.s.. l.r.lIr Jilnbaii4 distinctly heard at a great i I -t1 -
0it which were in the street he treats him with the Manufacturers ; the hearts! of tho 'o who are buy
:!:: snilrr! tlim a I fanfare of
distance. A third trumpets< utmost re \l'<'t. I MEAL AND 1'UllKGllOL'M ..!. i1J. 01: i' with their New Year's baking, or
'I CHOICK
i ended the ceremony. It may be doubted whether any one of > I : ':':{ 7 win use. our high' grade (Jaloway
'
: .\IIli"Ii"; are pro- The officials then marched in procos- these members Is yet wholly sanc.itie1.for j STOCK I. J.Im. Nf'i\t t ", ?JI, ';?;. ...\, J COil' for heating;: purpo V !!1) ;ih lluliiittoiiul tan sion from the balcony, through the pal- that good : ; ..- i ithe kind $$i
even the Methodists say Patror.iro Home Industry Tor there 1. i. Ji .f/j'I! ;' we alwaYif eep-that iaKiotf
,
.V :t i U Mifc tu.iy that bi>- I. ace to the ambassador's; court, where a while h needed for sanctifieation, but I ;, .very reason you tbouiti buy your Meal an' /r; iJ I :: '..-ill of the heap-Kins over allotlir 5 i
'. had been \
'or tUe 1'1lIIS of 1lt'1 number of royal carriages "lock Feed from tLo llom Manufacturer! :
I Ii all of them getting: along! I ..y-iJ/ -t---r bituminous
told that are b ; ( anthracite coal
:
,;'u to .1.\.1"1'| on the placed by the direction of the king-at- am \ for by hO doing you I'n ourae!: home Icdas I f'f ) L 'l/ ; AV ,.
!Ii
V bi'ell ai'I'ro\fi liy till i i at tho disposal of tho earl marshal. pretty well and that one of them i try. Your money h left la tbe commands I j =!" .: :J ;m! / ia other wordthe bet that the ;a
j arms have "punched the Lead" of a ftcilyru In turn are indirectly "nt'IIt.'d j '!;: mIlH'produce. IJetter in
Th1 111Ilrmul') will Theo took the officials who read the l"nown to In ( the home nmnu.tcturer yo: ; ;i -I.A.L,) 'I lay a sup
I escorted'' sinner bigger; than himself whom he sawntaltreating i, -tericx Yon :'D' : ', ply ; there H goin to be a rise m
,able bnilJu; ia the proclamation to the city, and wasn't oitrhutstotheeauseof labor OWl .1'il .,':',, .:
] : an old beggar. And : community in which you live ant -- ...,. "' {'rice.TliompsoD.
detachment of horse guards, formed It to '" .t'j,1i.'J7J" :,' '" :
,
by a this an evidence of piety? which contributes to your br.pport. '" r ; ':,''.. ''-. t.,. !,
a picturesque and gorgeous proves I cannot at this! moment think of VI /VJ'V \ '
But
REPRESENTATIVES. .
I sion. neat sentence into which to put the 3ii ... Olsen t Co.
Kiluanl: does to Upborne. ; any WILLIAMS
moral of thi last! story. Perhaps one F. M ,
i lV 400
for house ol
> a VII escorted "
Edward by 0'
,
I King could! bo found In the "institutes. ,- '.- "
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:11..1:i now, a bad prwetltoutil squadron of the horso guards and accompanied -. "io lou !" ns the bard of Paumaaok GQNrBAGTOS AND BUILDER Telephone 147.
;; ,
,./t and after the I by the Duke of Yolk Prince Independent _ .
V will: be for au used to say.- 1
|I' oxure ChriitLui ot Sh1esvig-Holteiu.:;: the Extirpates Promptly Furni-hed on
1..11: ua-illl.ers. ChicagJ" Gotha and others. '
of Saxe-Gobnrs
i Duke A curious official regulation demands :
I left Marlborough house at 11 o'clock 1 hospitals I' liuildin of All Kind TWO SJL00NS.CRONIES'flRST:
fcizopriM'ntati that all the old linen of the Ceylon .
.S to incivasim the to take the train for Osborue. '
I t \rs are many, I A royal salute, in celebration of his shall be burned every three : I

l.a\'c full con idoratioa. I his majesty's accession; was fired at months. A government official conies Thos. Pebley '
.
>n> ar- uti I lit r so noUs noon iu :St. James park. round on a periodic linen In! "i\(>ctUiu THE AHD LAST CHAflCE<<

I ,i>>-ita.t to ouU\Hjl! i The vagaries of an apparently harmless and condemns holey sheets, towels etc., j

VV V>.:i:u,1I:1n.>n of ;rfpresfiitatioui the states.ripirations .- I Victoria lunatic station.occasioned During some the excitEmentat entraining i to a fiery fate.LINGERING. i ATTORNEYATLAWAND- (fir, Bttofiiit acd DfcYililtrs HJ I 7 101 7 South Palafoi! Street

I' '''. of the king a well dressed individual LA GRIPPE COUGH. | AGENT.
II REAL ESTATE
----- bearing a letter addressed; to his ,

; : often fail to. majesty, was permitted to pass tho bar. V.icher, lo" Osgood street Chicagosays Kent<, !htore and nil All liennttaucei Other Account Made Collected Choice Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars.
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-',.-;tion because they can riers. He hurried to an equersy and : "My: wife had a very When IJt! lred. ,

,\ IibuminolB food*. There, II said he wished to present the letter to severe case of la grippe, and it left I Choice Bnllding I oti for Sale and Cottages I Juc TRADE A SPECIALTY.
the king personally. The man was her h. She I. Houses for item.tfoney .
V .ration that digest nil. with a very bad cou:? and Business
V i handed over to the'"police. The envelope tried a bottle of FOLEY'S HONEY AXD
f '"d, and that is Kodol ( to Loan on Improved Real
V ('ore. It cures the worst: I contained only a telegraph form. TAR and it Rave immediate relief A :GOLDRI1Ta--

\ : diction, for it dipestsMI. ; oil which were the words" : "I wUh to 60 cent bottle cured her cough en. Estate Sesarity. ,

w V Hariri*' Pharmacy,,, I' Ice my beloved: queen tirel:." Price 2oc, and oOc. W. A. GrocerY Store PROPRIETOR
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ifI 4 THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA; FRIDAY JANUARY 251901. ..

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SCHOOL BOOK EXCH VNGE. CARRIED TOO PAR.ThelearofBelnglVcelved FLORIDA AFF.UR8
\ THE DAILY NEWS : IN WASHINGTON.J. KNOWLES BROS4

Gratifying Success of the Enterprise or Humbugged -
catered at tbe pan Office at Feniacola, Working .
Presents Many People From F. Grady Apalachlco'a
r Ila.ai lecond-clati matter. lUportet l>y Mr. Coe. 309 1'alafox St. PEXSACOLA
t Tginga0wl Medicine. For the Dredge Appropriation. FU.
th Pala- The readers of THE NEWS will remember 4
Off ICE: : ntt Building,211Ji So'
i t IS itreet,n p- talri. its efforts last fall, just before Stomach troubles are so common I WASHINGTON, Jan. 23.-In the
and in most cases so obstinate to'' Pensacolaand I Insurance. Real
matter of the dredge for Estate.
the school term to induce ,
began,
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PUBLISHED! BY
i cure, that people are apt to look with 1 E. Gradyof
t THE NEWS PDBLISHIMJ 00 j the county school board to provide 1 suspicion on any remedy claiming ,, Apalachicola, lion. J. !
for the equitable exchange of schocl to be a radical permanent cure for Apalachicola is taking an active I

Terms-Invariably In Advance. books which were about to be die dyspepsia and indigestion. Many' part, and has enlisted the co-opera- LIFE INSURANCE. t CITY LOTS IN PENS An 'r.[ .,

1 .. .._. .. _'5001' on''
One Year by Mall such people pride themselves '
--- -- tion of the members. Columbus
Georgia INSURANCE.MARINE TIMBER
LANDS.
Biz Months __ .- S ply carded by reason of the transfer of in FIRE
their acuteness never being humbugged -
Three Month --150 pupils from ova grade to another,for in Ga., it seems, expects to become : :
One Mooth _'___'_""_" especially medicines. INSURANCE. FARM LANDS.:
One Week by Carrier payable Monda" 10 books of the next higher grade, 111:0'to This fear of being humbugged can I I I a port of entry in the event m

,' te discarded in their term for the be carried too far. so far in fact that I that the entrance to Apalachicola is PLATE GLASS! INSURANCE. COAL LANDS.
THE WEEKLY NEWS: many people suffer for years with deepened, and the Deep Water association -
same reason. i weak digestion rather than risk a of that city, at a recent meeting i i BOILER INSURANCE.'EMPLOYERS' IRON LANFS.PHOSPHATE .
Published every Friday at 11.00 per year i The board havlpg failed to view | little time and money in faithfully passed resolutions asking the ,'

Pottage free. the matter in the same light': testing the claims made for a rem- co-operation of the members from INSURANCE. LAND.

t; TELEPHONE NO. 118. \ as THE NEWS-as a very great I edy so liable and universally ued as Georgia in endeavoring to pass! theI LANDLORDS' INSURANCE. OCHRE LANDS.
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I IUWiON and important public couvenjieuce i ijtuirt's: Dyspepm Tablets. i I i I item for the dredge appropriation.
Rotes Furnished on Application \
k tdnrtising directly in the line of :Now Stuart's Dyspepsia Tabletsare I i I Other Florida matters pending are I( ELEVATORS' INSURANCE FIRE BRICK CLAY LANG' -
-- its duty to the patrons and pupils i I II vastly different in ono important :'the bills for a public building at

I I It I of the public schools, Mr. J. M. Coe I respect from ordinary patent medicines I I I Gainesville' and Fenuadina, besides ACCIDENT INSURANCE. I ALL KINDS MINERAL I AV: ",
+ 'LABEL i very promptly undertook to inaugurate : for the reason t that they are l 1 I several pririte pension clslll1r.i .
j I the enterprise, and advertised (, not a secret patent medicine; no secret i Hon. J. Ed. O'Rrien, president of
I his readiness to conduct such an ex- :; is made of the ingredients, but the National Pilots'Association, has! -i:ii
1
I change.In analysis! shows them ,to contain the despite I his disability, succeeded in Mana ers Etiit( able! Life Assurance Sorielj
; PENSAOOLA, JAH. 25 1901 I a recent conversation with Mr. i natural digestive ferments, pure [ doing some excellent work for thei I o
I Coe,the fact was learned that the, aseptic pepsin (government test) i i association. The bill regulating pilots *
f DIRECTOR ROBERTS of the U. [S. j I scheme had been very successfully Golden Seal and diastase. They are regarded as inimical to the Interests i OF THE UNITED STATE .

of silver carried out, many who eagerly took not cathartic, neither do they act ;i of the pilot, has been adversely -
f mint favors the recoinage i
advantage of it having ezpres-ed powerfully on any particular organ, reported by the committee IBZn.o"wles Erotliers.H
- dollars into subsidiary coinf, for ; merchant marine and fisheries to .
gratification at the saving of expense but they cure indigestion on the I on ,
which there is a great and constantly in the purchase of school books, and common sense plan of digesting the 1 I whom it was referred.i -

increasing demand, whilo every : the volume of business transacted food eaten thoroughly! before it has I i I During the past two weeks two

handle and do buiiiers having very far exceeded the mo-t time to ferment, sour and cause the speeches were delivered by Florida Roberts &
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dislikes to
one | 1
members. Home of the Florida i Dailey
I sanguine expectations. The return, mischief. This is the only secret of
with the clumsy dollar coin, also were fairly satisfactory, but their success. items of the river and harbor bill ,

which could be replaced by one-dol- ,:i they naturally fell somewhat short II i ii Cathartic pills never have and i were attacked in the House, and

. lar bill The convenience alTo ded I i I of the amount that would have been never can cure indigestion and Colonel Sparkman, as u member of i
, chan in received for new book! the ditlerjence stomach troubles. because they: act the [committee on rivers and harburs' Purveyors to the People
to the people by such a e
I. in defended them. Senator Mai1 -
;i addition to the conveni only on the bowels, whereas the ,
:.. policy would doubtless_be welcome ence-being to the credit cf pur- whole trouble is in the !stomach. 1 lory made a clear and able argument -
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chasers. Ktuart's: Dyspepsia Tablets taken ia the Senate in opposition to

J THE Mobile IJegister points with : Mr. Coe expres-ed himself a* being after meal*, digest the food. That is :r the increase of the standing army to ; 218-220 East Wright Street.
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pride to the fact that the baMties-s oft quite sUisfied of the excellence all there is to it. Food not digestedor !{ KiOCOUinen. Colcnel Sparkman,on I

the postofllce in that city for 1900: of the results of the system to patrons I half-digested is poison, as it creates : the day after his: speech, had an at- I TELEPHONE 15G1 .
cunt and pupils, and hi* determination : gas, acidity, headaches! palpi- i tack of the grip, and a day or two
than for Ib'J'l' by
i- was greater to continue the exchange j ji tation of the heart, loss of flo-n and i later left for Florida on business.

. percent, and says: "So surer indication throughout the next school term! appetite and many other trouble, 1 I lIe will return to Washington sometime i 1 Thankful for past favor, and particularly for our fine holi l.tv :

, of the growth of the city can with the intention of makii'g it I which are often cilled by some other : during the week. i j we respectfully remind our esteemed patrons: that we continue t : .' ,

r' be had than the record of postal somewhatmore comprehensive than trams.TheyaresnlJ. j I
ich.wain, blood H i
, 1 | healthy gh"enby I every day
,, during the first experiment, and in by dr ?gi-t3 everywhere -
business. true. The increase Hood's
Quite anthus!
i j the confident expectation that the in the l'nited States, Great ( Sarsaparilla:
in the volume of business for. coughs, cold and pneumonia are.prevented. i
I 1 transactions would nearly double Britain and Canada. Take it now. j All of the Latest Novelties
I'.tOOatthe\ Pensacopostofllce over that in volume. Ii i iI I
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that of Is'j'J! was li.s'J! nearly 13-per'!I i Patrons and pupils are therefore MlaS J.\: K*O\'a: CONCKKT.: ATiinoTRACIIKKI.. In Fancy Groceries, Canned and Bottled Good. Cereal Produr- .
,, advised to preserve all books! which !!
cent! According to the Register'sstandard :I i i will nos be needed next Itt'rrn| fur It Will Take Pl.ice at Clatters Hall I/i-ttf Tennli Publishes! and I catessen, Fruits:: Nuts, Jellies, Jam, Preserve*, Pu-kl- -.

of growth, therefore, Pensacola' I,I exchange for books which may be ,, ToMurrowMxIit.The I Relishes! Etc., Ec.
.', j Prices) Upon Which <>ufM ions forIlraatinauunciJun
growth wa about three- required for the next higher grades.If t :
fifths larger than Mobile's.Heti.ing Leonora Jackson concert will .l t Ii. HMU "illb3Basrd. I While All of Our Goods are First-Class,

--- -- J i your stomach is disordered. take place at Clutter's music hall !

Ke c n uc Laud. bowtls irregular, and you don't feel '! to-morrow night. hiss Jacksonlayt'd i| Orthography-Reed's Word Lesson We have a Fine List of Specialties, some of which are Dove Hran.l i 11 -

"In the multitude of counsellors ,: well, you need PRICKLY ASH!: I.IT-I I at Jacksonville Wednesday 25 cents; Mayuard, Merrill & and Bacon, Ralston Breakfast Food, Una Biscuit ai.di
,I TERS. It is very effective in removing !: :
night and the Times-Union and Cit- Co', X. Y.Readingany.
there is safety," said Solomon ; and i this condition._ ; izen says: i ( standard reader i! -..*Our Own Special Blend of Coffee.-:-

while it is not seemly to assume superior i will answer).
'I Senator Mallory, Her personality is most pleasing.She ; j ,
:
know ledge,or agreeable to receive Composition-Swinton'a :New
instruction from others deemed j I The Ocala Banner brings out i has abundant temperament and : School, 32 cents; American Book
combines with jTiiE QUESTION or: INSURANCE!
intelligence
great a
;
Judge B. S. Liddon as Senator MaiAery's Company, Atlanta or New York
no wiser than oneself, the legislatorsof faultless technique. Her tone is ,
This Aritbmetic-1\Iilne's
successor. strikes us as Standard, d'
Florida must be assumed to be Uiainfully! prermture-especially as 'clear, broad and deep, and her bowing cents; American Book Company.English Perhaps ninety per cent of the business men of today carry m..r. r
free and full of less life Insurance. Time and .
I I R. i I II vigor. Grammar MetcalfV ( experience have so fully demon .tnitui : *
sensible and practical enough to accept Stephen Mallory mighty apt to 60'
In value of this form of from
)She both
protection moral
'succeed himself, should his health I displayed great virtuosity coats; American Book Company. j I a and a bll int'FFIud.: -
suggestions from outside sources .; continue to improve.-Jacksonville the Vieuxtemps Concerto, and the I I U. S. History Field's,; Grammar ; point that nothing that could be said here could add to its tnipha-- < ,'

and give due consideration to the I Floridian.We i I characteristic Tschaikowsky number i School, SI; American: Book Com- I I i all the great companies, the

opinions of the people who placed know of no good reason why i was most unique. !; pany.

them in their reponsible positions.The Senator Mallory should not be his reliable Kelden Pratt, the pianist sincere; has very I I Florida HNtory-Greene's ?12t ; !c Mutual Life nf NEW Yorkstands

revision of our revenue lawsis own successor, His ability, hon' technique, feelingand ; William*,Wilkin & Co.. Baltimore;
'esty, and devotion to the state's best I a good touch. His work with ] or Fairbank S1/J5: II.& \V. B. Drew t at the head, not only in strength and resource! but in the am. ,.' : :
Miss Jackson :
vital topic and as such is properly was most satisfac
a interests cannot be questioned. Simply Co., Jacksonville. 'I good accomplished.
the attention of the because another is | It appeals to the
,, receiving seeking the tory.Miss Elburna, the has a Geography Kedway's Natural I public confidence for the following reaon:
position is not in il-elf a sufficient soprano Advanced, }1.2. American Book It has
press of the f-tate. In an excellent ,'rich, full voice of mot pleasing I, ; paid $000,000 more in dividend to policy-hold ; ,
( reason why Mr. should not Company.PhysiologySteele's: .
article which recently appeared in Mallory I Ii I quality. It is very flexible, and she i ; : any other company.
i here-elected. Now that his health 1
Hygienic, | ;
the Gainesville Sun, the editorsays: has been restored, it is doubtful :, manage it with a great deal of ease.: American Book Company. | It now holds S21,000000; more a=sets than any other comp, u-:: sIt

If It U pottible to to change the Inw as to whether competent a man for the ;I i Altogether it was a concert of exceptional Civil\ Government Townsend's has 5,000.000 more income per year than any other coin}'Sty.
and
. ('OIJlJellhl payment of tairs..lit>n U the law can be so amended ns found in Book .
especially the state. ills record i is; j Company.Algebra I other company.
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to force tax dudgrra to meet their due proportion ;: above reproach, and the state I,' Vo'canic -,1\'h ite's school,$l; \mer- ; It has
of tbe burden of govemmvut, our has never had a more faithful I) trurllmlsAre ican 15iok Company. i $100,000,000 moro in force at home (where bf-'-t krf, :
'ids rlatora should net hesitate to act. It public servant. Like the Floridian I grand but Skin Eruptions rob t Physical Of'olraphHuustnun's than any other company.:

n1gbtbe aril to provide, under certain : we are impressed with the belief'' life of joy. liucklen's Arnica Salve, .N>w, f 1 2.'j; Eldredge & lro Phila- ; It guarantees larger cash values in its policies lL.I .
condlllnni, for anticipating tbe pas"nitnt or''] that Senator Mallory "'is; mighty! apt I''cures them; aUn Old, Running and I.delphia. other company. .: a :
lairs,but under no circumstances shouh1Laxdalgrrsbepennllttdunderthelaw to succeed himself."-Gainesville Fever Sores, Ulcer, Roils; Felon; Theory and Practice-Arnold's
to Hun.I Corn*, Warts Cut, Bruises, Horns, Way mirks for Teacher (Branson's It makes larger loans to its policyholders fbi, .,' v
diseouuttheir past due obligations.: The I I, Scald, Chapped Hands; Chilblains, Edition fl I, :Southern School Book other company
Jjw tbuuid: be Impartial, admitting of no No Light to Ugliness.I Het Pile cure on earth. Drives out 'Depository.. Atlanta, and "Report of TIm IFTl'AL LIFE I4
discrimination. ,"0 Jaw sblluH be permitted Pains and Ache Only 23 ct*. a the Committee of Twelve on Rural BEST THEN TILE LAI (jEST, STROX'/-"I: i
The who is in face, AND SAnr; :
women lovely
to remain upon the statute books that |' box. Cure guaranteed. Bold by W School*,"' ii: cents per copy, (less if I CO\IlA\Y-AXf IS TilE OLDES'i'COMPANY
form and will have
temper always IX A tEHll'\.
A. D'Alemberte. ordered in .
large Irwin
liions qinntitic
loopholes tltruullhwIJl'b
('ootalnllo Hi priA
tax dudgers can escape. If the I wwere friend, but must one who her health.would be If she'attractive Shepard, Secretary, Wiuona, Wi*. otIeffd.The intendine insurer should investigate fur himself the: ::titan: I:. ,
'o framed and enforced us to compel keep 1'[,1-:\S\\T Sl'Hi'IUSI.un y All fx-nninT* will be te-ttd on Only a few minuteo' time i" required to write the local .,:. .
is weak and all dow. she who
sickly run will
cheerfully furnish all
both \V.ym-iik: and Report: ofl'wehe. desired information:
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thetqualuatlonoflatrsandtheir prompt will be nervous and irritable. If she TO .\TIII-R: M'CAKtKlMYCYlitira'iPK -
cullr'u<>n.lhl' luachnu'ry cf government In Yours truly
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has constipation or kidney trouble
noneof e-renlial plll.ould! I.! <> disturbed. her impure blood! will cause pimple, the Completion il' Mis N. 1), COOK, H. H. THORNTON, Agent,

The r"lIuut'ould be ample to blotches", skin eruptions and a l'lrlott'ar in t'llnc f M. )lIi- County Suet: Publi Instruction. PEXSACOLA.: FLA.r .

meet all obliKaltol 011 d..lllallol. It U highly wretched complexion. Electric mt-! : i har t's. .

probable rt"'t'Du"ould I bat if rusting he t uttlcient leas acre to meet elifiroedtbe nil tern is the best medicine in the Rev J. P.. MeOtlerty has been in Removes Al'imiJir everything Hill i\iI'Kioi ri] !'ig'ht'O ---"'"" "- .I"...'.--. -, w. .* : -... .---.,...-_.
world to regulate.tomiiach, liver and i ; v.-- c.-.c
, purpc.rs. Whatever ia mc..-ary to b.. kidneys and to purify the Mood. It charge; of St. Michael's\ church ]just do drastic mineral i ill*, but both D P [ n

done to rench the cud of Ju-lk-r l-j the as- gives strong nerves bright eyesmouth one year, but in that short time he lire mighty! llIner"n*. 1) n'i dynamite t tf41J .I r fQI p: J: :
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t ,/
tfksiiifutil.il collfct'oa: of tnxvs atthl ut t:'"d-lif.it.j! .cliintry of
i; velvety -kin, rich complextion. has endeared himself to his congregation ; your t, r- I un [N U *W '1C
I iluorii'.i.ntitioa.liou d be di>ne without It will make a good-looking, body with cnlonucr.toti! oil or fcj ,,* '
1 beiitiitUni. There 1 U sonar hitch In the rt\- charming woman cf a run-down in- and by (hi-acth'ityalhl l cmil|,erb alofs fills, when II:. King's; New !'..' "..':...'..._"_".'--'.d.. : ..2i.. :_. iA
f
, lour la....of thi, Slate, or ollUU are not valid. Only fit IJ cent at \Yo A. t)';\l. 1 executive ability lie hagrettly! illl.pruVt.rl Life I'iliwhich are pintle as a I S :MADK LY
'. enforcing thn ln\v. would lie.well for the emberte. the financial condition of uiiiUier breeze do the work ptrftctly. -

. next legislature to icijulre particularly -- -- --- the church.In Cures Hoada"he', Cowtipation. -
Into the causes cf dU-atii.ictlon, and TRY GOLDEN ROD a new table celebration of the anniversary i, Only-> (.ts. at W. A. D'.l leutberte't. The \Wfst Florida team f Bakery
of his coming here, :i pleasant stir- .
,, defect Is found
ber<'Ter a n tpeuly remedy :Syrup, manufactured: exclusively by :
pre ratty :vas tendered to him *
a
bouldbe anlmpuuttunlsbeing Hpplied. That practiced in some ucn manner thee t !!ntz &-Co.-- Ask your grocer for it. : C. K. of .\. hall l:1.t night. '. i "iysssAiso Cakes, Pios, Etc. (j5!

great majority 'IIbo are ready anti willing '! A Valiial> itt ok. I' Thfeevinlajr! Wasfpfjit In game:, i I :
lopn; ta'"-. thervdui-i not btlll rountIdcut.t. ) music and other pleasing! pa-ticies : The Best Oar dies
1 "Farmer-.' GuUo" is the name ofa and refreshm-* in bountiful quui- ,,
I buok. and as its title indicate, is a tities were served. The welt!known I : ARE MADE BY
The with
:Sun's miurk
apply I guide to farmer in the cultivation\ anJ populir Heine Orchestra rendered : AT I'll IJlirillisllartoreCos i I
equal force to county and municlp, and fertilization! of all crop* typical some excellent music, '!lId KdJ"lMnkr I .
ns well a4 to state taxatiot It- America. Thi book i= hand-ouie- ( pi.iyp
suggfttMu! that ia many it-sp-cts: tike ly bound, profusely illustrated, and accompanied by Mis* Evelyn ){tine. \\ ,
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every Lunlershould have it in his The event ended with the exr.re- \ : .--'t". ":....
state law is .. "'''
aireaJy ullk-iently It be had without ;ion of be-t wi hes for Fatl.er j-'k. .'"
library. can: pre -
competent but ii systeinaticjlly ignored clu'gefrom the German Kali Work McCatlerty and the ho;> tint his 1[ Qltrj | Mi 1 Q If ill Diibi e W.II'-r'
and violated by those swornto of No. 93; Nassau: street. New York future may always be as bright and ; j

its due execution, is pregnant City N. Y.Hannah. plea*nut as was'this social gathering Cabinet Mal t1.:- and ti. '-.-' 1'

with meaning. That such is the I ... I PENSACOLA FLA. ili
I i Bro;:.. euirautee'? every I ..::; ..)
fact cannot be succefiily! contro ,I t bottle of imberlain's Cough Remedy Constipation: s to liver trouble, I Tiling i 1 i :?. :
verted. ,Amendment to existing and will refund the money to. and torpid liver to Bright Diea laws be needed that: willlnure'''' anyone who is not satisfied after AMI I5ITTKKS i i. a certain I Ii
may i '
their strict execution by olllcials ning Thi is two-thirds the best remedy of the the contents world curs at any-- st.igcof- the- disorder. I I, Club Huuso( : (Ci'p.teiCutlery .-. THERE ARE OTHERS!

who< duty it !Ii to execu'c them, for h grippe, counh-; : cold, croup Fcr I5c each wit!] do up ycur Consr-! '

under pen.ilty of removal from of and whooping h and is pleasant pns. Hew MM.! Isiiiiry.W i fiia: vll: Cuti BUT THEM
and safe: to t-,ke. It .
fice if they fail or refuse to do so. prevent any .- --- -- I
) tendency of a coIl to result in i
, 8 >me contend-:an I Tilt NEWS hPO .s pneumonia. I > '1l.) NOTI I:. i,

t contended-that! n. t only ij the -_._-- The firm of Rower & Kruse has andPocket BOSTON

, f'Xl'cutivepowH to rrm ive such officials TWO CAR LOADS:: of Fine Seed !brendi-suived by mutml I'OnM'ut. i. PHOTO CO

I already fully conferred butI Potatoes. in Lots to suit. Jacoby The business will i l be continued at Kr.lves.Scissors ; : i ;
Uroteiy Co. -J5j! j tf- the same stand by Mr.. A. Rower, I ,
the constitution expressly commands -- -- -- -
I who asumes all liabilities of the II I
; such action on the part of LOOK AERIE! firm. All accountsdu the firm arepayable Ic.'All LEAD THEM ALL
O \\\ Adams does all kind of I .
her.Iis Krue:: ..
will .
the governor when it imposes upon tin and t> remain ... - -.......
sheet iron work tTO'EREP.IRING.
r the
in the store during
spring
. hUl1thl' specific duty to "take care Makes peanut ro.ister -' Ii i -
and summer season. ;
that the laws be faithfully exe *. polly and squirrel cage- ROOFING : -- I II mt TOMORROWANDA1LTHEWEE H [

cuted." and GUTlEm O a specialty. GO TO GREE ':;-W. T. Green ,
---- Leave Older at my obpU7 North & Co.',> drag store-for Uuist's Prize at Lowest Prices
,
: r.olin:. Tarragona street or drop me a card. : Medal Garden Seeds tf i C'

I Thpfiim of Van Pelt Bros h this STOP THAT COUGH By using 6 Mantello Photos

!I day di=solved by mutual agreement! Dr. Thompson's LanK Balsam W.T. t.AAAAAA.&AA4.AdTf .
! Mr. J. A. Vn Pelt retiring from Green Co. 25; cellt.'. i ii I II I '.
said firm. )Ir. J. C. Van Pelt assumes 4 Sakes Alive > II Nowhere from Maine to :lifJni-a-; will you fled the same grai-
liabilities of the firm an fo I t work for this Price.

all accounts due the firm aro to be Easy Take Them FT''"* show are If"Jw says that you can"11et ever before/ and perhaps never again: a'i good work as ourf f-,-

paid t<> hhr.1'treacol.t: t a first class meal in. arrStafcrant price. THK TIME IS LIMITED; come early and avoid time ru-
Fl.i., January 18 I'.Wl. : Easy to Operate'' 'i purty an thfy sell* goods "0 in

jlDlw '1/ cheap up th.ir a: Tne Niekle Pensacola.Try The
nu: e Boston Photo Co.
J'urey'I''bberet thoriccpt.
at The
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lit and one New
and Dime Bazaar, 115 Ccr- ,
' OLDEN ROD TARLE SYIlt'P OdaS.,|' .healthful: ,satisfactory-

is the nene-t. Manufactured by I."l .. ; 4 E. \VrlgLt Street. 1 dova and be convinced Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streats.PENyACOLA .

Hentz & Co. !?.M by ail groc-*. 6:1ifii 5 pi S fvvy v Vy YVWJC .. orJy 50 cents. : FLA.







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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JANUARY 25, 190'. 5

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.I -- R. K. WHITE, launch, L1ura, which will arrive In SOUTH CAROLINA SOLONSState
bt. Andrews at 3 p. m.

ialc.hlllaLf'r, Manufacturing Jeweler j A new plank walk is being laid in Librarian and Judges Elected The Forbes Store.

and graduate; Optician, I front of the truck houses on Garden by Legislature.

wath .I.fol ..t rfD(atola, Fla. street. COLUMBIA, S. G, Jan. 24.-The gen.
1' eral assembly ia joint session has
The work of elected
repairing the leaks in
,! the roof of the clock tower at the Miss Lucy Barron of Clarendon state i

hOGAh NEWS NOTES I court house is being done to-day. librarian. Judge Ernest Gary was re.j

II The etfalmhip Scaw Fell finished elected judge.of the Fifth circuit I SPECIAL SALE OF MEN'SYIIITE SHIRTS !
II. I tikmg2300 tons of phosphate rock out opposition. Judge Townsend! '
at Mu;:cogee wharf this morning re-elected jndgo of the Seventh circuit, i
and moved over to Railroad wharfto defeating :Senator Hydrick of Spartan-i
and vicinity: 1
I. for? lit vtfmfajr for Fentacola, nth **rrt frottli finish her cargo with lumber and l>arg. \\-. II. Townsend cf Barnwelltii i I -1& 25 Dozen Laundried Shirts, slightly water damaged in .. 1

," ",'I to.utgUrrtk HortkrtftVan'vm I c)tton. elect'-! .code.f IVrnteatiary commi 3ioner.Griffith Saperintcnicsit : ; i. recent storm regular $1 grade, 35c each, 3 for $1. This ( -
hmxrature yrattrJay, C't An oyster i schooner! came in was re- .
yesterday
..imittntH last H tiiurtJ". : from Apalachicola with a dC.l"itl..mt "pro ? lot of fine Iho I':'!:?'' aud hou-e committees have
oysters, but found the
sale of the yachts : rfpjrr. '' tavorably! on the Chr.rleitou:
I'\) ; forget, the market so well stocked that they
.t at noon to-morrow. had to sell at $1.25 a barrel to set rid I si--riri bilL! Ihe senate committee ;
I of their hs(its !it<- 1 run-o tht $:W.OflO must be I Iraifd s
cargo. -SI-IOS@i-:
\ > 1. & X. pay car arrived this I by the cxpoMtija cOllp.myaull j
u. : :,.!:/ and maJe all of the boys i The old bell tower at the city halla the Charleston city council must appropriat i

.. historic land mark-is being torn I' ?jO, down t\>-day to make place for a new available. I II We have received 1,
just a complete
] powc-Il of Greenville was steel tower to cost |4uu. Meanwhilethe '
..J .tlg' the Merchants i Tennessee Country Editors j line of "EXCELSIOR" Shoes for
J ti." arrivals at melodious notes of the city. bell ) rn
: 1l.rI1l11' ; will not be heard. I NAsaviLLE Jan. 2L-A convention 1 Boys and Men

T,'n casef, ur ili-elurgeJ and $15; i Geneva, Ala., is to have a national of country editors is in session today for ---

flues wa-, the police court record : bank with a capital stock of $ O.OOO. the purpose of devising ways and meansto : The "Arn10Cf d Cruiser"; wears like

.- morn in-. Among the Pensacola: stockholders advertise and advance the industrial ypt'o iron. For l Hchool Bovs it cannot be a
i are W. C. O'Neal, president of the interests of the country. They cOl1tem'l j excelled. Try a pair and be con
T11O..e,1.!." \\ !1.11 tickets for the Le-1 American National bank, Philip plate calling a constitutional .. vinced.
n"raJick-"nc ncdt had best *eI I Hannah and Thomas Hannah. tion with the view of securing the in ,

cure th"i t >-day. Richard Tillis of Montgomery, who dorsement and probably unanimous snp- -v
moved hU ii president of the First National port of the state press. The meeting is "Ultras," the newest; and best
J. iJ.: Williams: has : bank of Greenville and the Hank of I well attended and a banquet will be Shoes for ladies. New lot just arrived
the of
r". .tiinl- hu-iiH-s) cjruc-r
I l' Evergreen, Ala., will be president of given the visitors tonight.A all sizes and styles ; they are
L.L'aaand/ F. street all sold under Positive Guarantee.leGluear .
fie new bank. -- ----- a ti

\11.-- liuby Jolri-on of Pine IUriv. Bright, Honest Wanted.
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.-d'lii the city yesterday: : Mr, and Mrs Bryan Dunwody,
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: !. rift to !ri nd3.I Miss Annie Buar; 1'. D. Baars, The publishers" of the famous big :
.u a Buckner Chipley J. C. Watson, J. i illustrated weekly new spaper PEXX- $ W | to rriue.

I -', :k Josie May took on ice C. A very. Jr., aud Master Heniy 'SYLVAM GaiT, are now placing
-' I 1\- ugh rti"on and tailed this Baars: returned last night from | representatives at every post ollice S
...:'t..r i the snapper. bank Ihomasville, where they attended '|'in Florida, and they desire to secure*

It, and ilis; Maggie Wednesday the BiarsBhckshearwedding. ;i the service of capable hustling
\ J.ey [
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', 1 I.: .> y "; Pitt-burg, 1'a., were They were royally entertained agents in each of the following w :r &0 Em Porbes t
,M.v.lat the Kscatr.bia by the manager of the Piny ] towns of Escambia county: Blul: II a .
I Woods hotel, who gave a. da.iee ] Springs, BrentC.UJtonmf'nt.enttl e i}
;specially for their party.IN : i Hill, Escambia McDavid.ill view, L
.. i i it D. C. :Sinn cf the -. -- -- I )InYir:!'. Pine Barren, Warrington -- ---
!'o. i |I.t: I Telephone Co. was OLDEN TIMES at u 1.1 ueh other towns as are not You will have pride in you (';" r
i 1\' on bi-ine-4 connect- already : .;pplif d. Tr.e work is profitable flower gardens if they are on ;> ur
i t': [I"rtl' : exchange.M ,. People overlooked the imponance ; and pleasant. A portion of own ground. Your hu ba:.J c. n b-sy R.H-AllIDA, & CO. I
of permanently beneficial etiicts and Siturday; only is i required. Over a homo, and he can do it now al
} \ llibb.ud and Mr?. J.I were sate tied with transient action
ay .
; Ii (JI)!) agents are doing splendidly. though he may think etierwi i=e.Every
I..1-I :"i( Davenport, Iowa, ar- but now that it is generally known woman wants; a home of her ,
\ i '. i I' a:: I+.di'r of the wiuttr.i overcome habitual constipation, ..!\A-. Ih "
'' erg, rubber stamp, ink and pad, ad- Thus. C Watson & Co., the -
i i- r i m-li to enjoy yourself thorut'u'.1 'well-informed people will not buy ivertisiug matter, sample copies, etc. leading Heal Estate AtFItl, they
._ : : ] the u1a-gne ball: to bt other laxativeswliich act for a time, ,. Papers are shipped to be paid for at can show her how eusy it i* to get
,I. i"'niilit at Clutter's muic halli but finally injure the system. Buy the end of each month. Those not one
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i \ -. Mavm's diticlngcliss.Ir 1, Fig'the ?Syr":pnu.n Co.HENIZ made. by the California l okl: are not charged: for Write to ___. -- ---- [ MI. ij UN i [ Mf I

,' ,- ltce Van arrived Zjnclt in and the city two ? (i Grit Pa., and Publishing mention Co.the, \DAILY Villiamsport NEWS, ,i i22jH. i il LA GRIPPE months coughs and sometimes often continue leadto
ii I i tut-ago '
& CO. are manufacturing fatal results after the patient Is
il:li train yesterday afternoon table Rod I'I'i have the danger
i a new Syrup-Golden supposed to passed
1 r. sobered; at the Ksc.imbh.T I which every housekeeper should A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks.I point. FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR FOR CASH I

lubygratiu piano to be med try Prof. Roxa Tyler, of Chicago, I i affords positive protection and security -
." > Ll'otlllrJackoou; concert to- I Vice President Illinois Woman's from these cOUGas.V.. A.

I i. ,, : >w night his arrived and cant Itefore Judge Lamlrum. Alliance, in speaking of Chamber- D'Alembeite. x'47 Y. Y-':'- 9-"'Y'" '!.'-. ,
-.MI at Clutter's music house. "I suffered -I
lain's Cough Remedysays: "
Dave Foster, charged with embezzlement
; i COMMENCE THE NEW YEAR
An.osig: : the guests: at the Park ho- i j was up before Judge James with a severe cold this winter I On Monday, January 14th, we will inaugu-
'. of Ho- which threatened to run into pneu BY USING SPAWN'S EVAPORATED -
: (10 day are: Geo. Svkes R. Landrum this morning and was
bakI l-ij.. D. \V. Velraou, U. S. N., I I bound over for trial at the next term monia. I tried different remedies, I SOUP VEGETABLES rate our Usual Closing Out Sale.

,d J \\ Cowden of inchester, 1 of the criminal court. but I eeemed to grow worse and the AND DESICATED COCOANUT Great Reductions will be made throughout
medicine upset my stomach. A 'I
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GROCERS.
SOLD BY ALL
: k ArJ who was arrested here I Arrested for Vagrancy. lain's friend Cough advised Remedy me to try and Chamber-I found !! EQUAL TO THE :FRESH IN our entire stock, and in many instances goods I

ome! tiw i:,'" as a fugitive from [ Harry Bruno, Fred Jones, Oscar it was pleasant to take and it relieved ,I[ QUALITY, PURITY AND QUAN will be closed out Regardless of Cost.
;u-t-' wi-uk"ti back to P.aldwiucounty Hoover, Charlie Kronce and George me at once. I am now entirely I TITY.
ti tiioruiug by DeputySNriif I Klentz, ail white, were arrested yes- recovered, saved a doctor's bill, ;I This is a rare chance to supply your wantsin
B. "d1. terday afternoon on a charge of vagrancy time and suffering, and I will 5 h 5 Ldfe
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I i- mi'ired in railroad circles I|, and were each sent up this never be without this splendid medicine i Black and Colored Dress Goods, Silks, Jack-

.' ; ': ,- I I. & N. m.IY bo behind theWI morning for 30 days, Bruno, Jones again" For sale by Hannah I Oh Mama ets Jacket Suits Table Damasks Napkins
1 <'k & liinningham scheme, and Hoover, claiming that they Bros. and all medicine dealers. i
] were sailors, were released with the Towels Blankets. Etc.
'' Atlantic
Soutn
w a : conuec- ; : : ,
> understanding that they ship imme- WHY SUFFER WITH GRIPPE?
t.:.i : Its own. : Have you seen the Nickle and It
; diately. Grippe need have no terrors for i Dime Bazaar? It is full of nice R. HALLIDAY
U L. :Short of the Birmingham t & CO.
v I ] things/ you wear and use in the [ ,
: iiial Confetti Company is in the | Pockets 1'ull' ot Hocks you, if you keep your liver, kidneysand = house, aud they give you nice .
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contn -
to-aay taking t
'. : '! tie ud here during the Richard Eadman, a smali negro bowels in a healthy: condition. I ,] prizes too. (. Hs Telephone 193.8 t.i

Mardi dra- festivities. bH'II arrested on East Hill this Inactivity of these precedes I .
organs IIJ.'IO Wright Street.
i morning on a charge of assaulting I : J\(. B.-Advance Styles in Imported Wash Fairies i

are'd, : Johnson Collins with a piece of nearly all diseases. 1 W-__. C -. .' .."" v'''- -, ., .- w ','. for Spring Season 1001 Just Jteceired.
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iron. Kndman: claims that he did Take Smith's HEPATICA to keepthe
"lulu "f northt-rn touri-ts who 5*
i : r him with iron but
not hit any upon --
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,'. ,it I ,1 t direct: ti, the wharf to searching his clothing it was found internal: organs healthy and defy
v ', W : ,. lir.tlf-hips bt-f.,re their de- that he had a l-ir/e; iron tap and several I
; ,' : :" '. Grippe. JUHIiam & BOH.
besides other
large rocks impliments ("M. Iolju0ou (
\ : ::1'i M.ilIiT.v: colored was paint of war. His case will be Made only by P. W. Smith. !

1..j'lr'd; la-t night by falling heard before the mayor to-morrow For sale by druggists: generally..Encofrlge :, .
...-.d bunker of a ,..iel1l1hip1'1 morning. ---- ----- :
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\ -" -.-' wharf. He svL" carried -' home indusSpawn' -

..! ;'innat ii-- city ambulance.211 F: ,-Siroug New suits New Wfre Suits 1-ilMl.filed with the \\lry-Use. :; Evaporated I


t I 11"i wit tit colored."on\!! Palafox fur/ smne men wharf time amused\'bI' ;1I 1\-' clerk Antoine follows of ,the:bill John circuit for Antoine divorce court yesterd vs., C.Alice M.iyas !, Soup rcgctables.III.itr. ]'1 [ m STORE'S[ U H r U'l I

for Jame - -- -
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plaintiff. -
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_- :-'-ir kill in wiestling.tt.i #,
Lula DuMiorn, hill for
Du=lortl'S.
Nosily ended\' -ome for I 1:11."I'eIt'n. .;::-u'.,.r.:;; POR r1 i, Means a Saving on a Good Many Articles that you have Either a Present or Future Need For. In Of f
divorce, C. H. Alston attorney every parfment are
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cop. --r -i- I
plait-titr. Julius Kes-lerA-: Companyvs. I ,. (,-\- :, -s..;. ::. : J, Odds and Ends Left Over or Goods that we do not wish to hold on our shelves. The Prices arc Cut in Twain. i
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". -LI'!. !| with a cargo of coal E. Petersen, IIsump"it;" actionfor ,I iJ..I'-!1. u.."'<";c"-...;. L'-. tr': 5Ladies' ;
1 i\v card arrived :and ant damages, $300: John C. Avery attorney !I < r.\ap .. *:}3 i It is Worth Your While to Investigate at Once !
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: : fit-\ardthis i< oraiu" but for plaintilf. Christena; i Slf*
.s < ii\: not bo learned a- Chaltt':5.. Amos Chaney, bill for'! ......(... ;...;.."- ;
i 1.1: l.",riled by either the divorce. A. \\'. Spears attorneys for !I :"
'..- in-;i..-i-tor-i or the port phy- i plaintiffs. I 1 The 5 Minatc: Breakfast Fool A Bi Mn ia Carpets Bumiit NGn i Dating and Flasnels, i

HIPS W.\ TtU.: i Wool IngrainsI'nion .e yard Park Outing, lOc quality.. . . .. . .jl-&C' yard
M.ifiii: ehar;:ed with an as- IngrainsBrupl .. .. . .. .. .. .. ... .. .4lc( yard
.,"ti Maj.: t'owart at Brent'sJ.III' ; By the Building Committee of the Thos. C. Watson & Co.. < Ingrain. ... .. .. .... .. . .. .. ..5tj! yard Fancy Outing, loc quality. .. . .. .. hoc yard

Hilton t>f Millview.I IViv"acola Yacht Club, for the erection i 1 the leading Kttil Estate Agents, take INGRAIN SQUARES.:; .. ...... .. .. ... ,.. {2 CO up 30.inch Dirk Percale ..... . . . .....(i.c' yard
I with --ij--ingaud Frank of club house and wharf. Plans all the worry off the shoulders of the
.' be seen at j I owners of property, manage the
d with u-anlt and and specifications may .
i\ : ., tit arre-ted by but raf : the olllce of E. I.. Saunders & Co., I' renting cf their houses and the colI Suits Jackets C pist I I Embni(' cr E3 ;
I -.1:I it!, yi-terday. Palafox: wharf. I lection of their rents as conscienjtiouly ; rtit----- ,

'I ..I I all tonics, the mediiliun. JOHN G.Commodore.WKLSH j! Their charges a' they are would very rl'a themselves.-onable. $;.OO Suits for.. ... .. .. ... .. ..*5tt> I! T New Matched Kelts in Cambric and ;..

., I is a good hearty t ;)jlw i ., $1.00 Jackets for.-. .. .-....$2.501 I Nainsook, 5 and lOc on Center ,

\ .rh'r(' perhaps: can -oI i i $500: ( Capes for. .... .... ....? HK) 1[ Table. /it,

i.ii.iluable aid be set I JUH: ) Capes for. .. ... ... .. ..'$._) ") I f:t'
for and half '
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nag two a ,
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i theatre! and witllt'-iug .:viii.: ''lI J I All Over Laces and Bands to Arrive ;,
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I -' '- funny farce, 'What I Monday Morning. "-
'.> .lone-:" It will be pre- GAHN \ ..
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I -uch! demand for
>- iJation-i here thHseui :!I All Wool Blankets. .. .. ..SI (0'': j Clolliirg' and DMerwear t

i ktwnersof the Ponce ] FINE (11-4 All Wool Blankets. . $5.10:.. .
I on g It Intendeucia Clear: Cut Comforts... .. .....$1. 01 I .. ,i
; late tlioiuti-jbly! re- Sateen CutComfotts.. .. .. ...$'.'iJ Gents'Heavy Fleeced Shirts
j = and .. .. .. .... f.
: budding, putting in I Drawers .. ."oceuit
I .i r I 1'.1"1' connections and Percale and Outing Wai tE.Jc; : each i
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1 : i.: ; !iovtintntaud inakhosttliy I -- Gents Heavy Extra Fleeced fI
ml[ f MIl SUPPLIES I
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I Shirts and Drawers.. .. ..:'JOcsuitSpecialAll ) ,

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I ,,1.1 l States court yesterl i I Pprirg Wash s i Goods i Wool Scotch

I I ".i,\aval8toresCo.fore-1: 5-201-203 S. Palafox Telephone No.178.-s... I I' Underwear, Shirts and );;
: .,'.1 -.-', ;e against; the tur- ; 3,000 Yards; French Percales --.. Drawers
value $2 W, this
1.I -tuck on hand, mules Mill Ends, value loc for. lOc yard i ...
:'\ K. Baker at.d :Ssuiuel A. i! 15,0(10: Yards American Blue- I OVAL CfjC.AI\Mt..T.. sale. .. .. ..... .. ... ..LGOauft! EI

0 .o turpentine Prints, value for.. 5c yard ':
operate i 64c} -
Mtriuina: and Cypress. I Food by Prescription. I II i Masonville Bleached Do- We have them and Others! 50 Overcoat, must be soil, You Get

I .II.:.t of the mortgage and ins'Jtil. metic, 12 yards for. .. .. $1.00 lOc to 25s each. the Profit.
: t; .. John E. lcCloud I
was appointed receiverdiws I, UPPOSE that law or custom required all supplies of food for the family "
.; ;. .,,.1 S to be furnished according to a written prescription-like drugs; :

.. \ .. Uaoy:: The St. An- : would not such a method imply that every ingridient, to be come 3-Strap Slippers for Dancing, $2.00 pair.There's .
'a II iiy. !i ipletely effective of the required purpose, should be-as in the case of
\\'a..hin/ttoilltud/
I I, dru, absolutely pure? t,
px-M-j;l'r Line i is at once I all shall be lots of to be madein United States 3larebal'sSale. NAVAL BTOIIK8
., Is it not quite as important that foods consumed in health money MARKBF. ;
-tatiti-hod.( The Captain real estate-lots of it. A real estate :Southern: District of Alabams.
1 I 1 as that all medicines used in sickness shall be pure? : ;
pure
L\ !l.ave: Point Washington tinger board to I'.y virtue of an Order ot Hale Issued out of Imported :
is usually a Dally for The Newt
I Can you consistently purchase or use inferior foods, when you can: sign the t'aitedetat by
<- district
la! at S o'clock a. m.Tues- s Court for the
wealth. Watson &
I I so e.1"ily ; Thos. C. >outhi>rn District of Alabam' the 2'nd Union Naval Stores Oo.
-.1.: inst., arriving in Pen- !: Co., the leading Real Estate firm day of Junaary.lUi, notice la hereby given 'i
t. !p in. the same day. :She:; I ', have olfers which it would that 111 ill sell by public aortion. for I'Rib.1) LOerir.ww.
some ... .. ..
I"1-too! t 0:1 tho'return <<( GET THE BEST consider. Go on Monday the ?.'h dRY of January'iii.at i -" S22; 5 ._.. .. .. ..11 r.5 :
> vo".
j be worth your while to 12 o'clock nu at the cn.tom ho\\w In the __.._._ MI ... ,45
:Nt in t.. at .> a. m. and. and ;see them todaand don't wait city of Mohile. ...11\. the Uussian ship Vark- .v-...-- .. i so f.._ _....... v) :
l'"int Washington at 4 p. :j FROM US ? till to-morrow. and. her engines, b<.llE'r.. raacbin-ry. bents !I M._ .. .... ......I Hi E _. .. ._ .".135 .
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\ tackle. 1 1 70 D.
JC i ieenti.
will __ apparel. nores and
leave Point \Va1it appurtenacccD.
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t II urolturo.,us *ie now lies eighteen onlei I 1_ -. ...... i tperISrT8TuLPiATi1r3
t ny m-rning Feb. 1, at i for : i
.1 i i I Wi will do up your Gocntcrpaces eastofFortM'):gan ] ]
vat West Bay at 12 m. Look out for some more conuadiunu next week-after you have answered FR\XK I+HIMMOXS !' i
"It :,rs will! be met by the I. these to your, own saUsfa: itJr. 15 cents ea h. New Hsthcd Laucdrr. ::!jt United eifcteiMirsUal. i' Ti: TEl News Want Column- j I

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6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1901.



Grip, Bronchitis, A TIP FROM A SHARK.THE I I -=


Consumption. REWARD THAT IT BROUGHT TO GRIP IS EPIDEMIC.Grip ; The Star Laundry ,

THESE THREEDREADED : A PAIR OF SHARP MEN. ,
DIS- is everywhere. The papers tall u there are two mil-


EASES if DUFFY'SPURE can MALT be avoided I How came.a Grateful Millionaire Wool and Broker aa ;Intelll-DeI lion doctors Americans call it) and now what suffering is worse with it"grip"is more(or violent La Grippe in its as character the- I THE f PIONEER l LAUNDRY if f ii I FLORIDA n! :

WHISKEY is taken, Kent Immigrant Became a Tarrra than in the past, as a much greater percentage of victimsare .

according to directions -i Keeper-A Story 01.w South dying from its effects. Grip attacks the old and young, the : I

at the first sym- I Wales. hard workers and the people of leisure, the rich and the poor, i

chill toms or of cold a! cold., if neglected A-!!I One of the most Interesting spots In everybody in fact, whose system is not in perfect order. If the CuffsiDoue" Just HiqM l hi

may develop I Sydney Is the point la the famous bar I bowels are constipated or irregular, if the kidneys are ailing,

into a fatal illness. Dent trifle with your I j btu known as "Mrs.: Macqnarie'a: the blood: impure, the liver torpid, the digestion weak or disordered will make
a man t
health. Keep DUFFY'S MALT WHISKEY j chair." It is the eastern of the J.arnv Ii '
point it produces a condition very favorable to "grip," and ti day. Cuffs or Collars-dM; ,.
in medicine closet and it t :
jour use domain! and the great natural: : seat: ini
such people are its victims.
rTOinptly'at the first signs of npproaching I A little care will render the body wrong are productive of t"IJ .
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prip. pneumonia or other lui.? or throat i the rock facing down the harbor: is said proof against attack; that is to say, the impurities in the blood, per and profanity to au .,'' .
I to have been favorite resting place ofI palling
:a degree. We
trouble. It Kill sate doctors' bills! and liver and bowels can be driven out through the use of Prickly do:. ;
life. I the wife of Governor Mac may It f.save the only>our Wbbkt''f' taifd t>y the Ciorenj- '! the British gO'l'rnm..ntnlso Ash Bitters, the great remedy for cleansing and regulating the ''q I taste could find a fault! w.-; u.

mint M a medicine. thIS u jUaraDk'All as governor general of Australia! I system. This splendid remedy purifies the bowles,Hrentbens the work we do. It i> p. ,
dn.' .-u sad (! _". or ditvct. (I.00 a bottle.: the feet and what can be: be
kidneys renovates
F.efu.e uttituulOf T art injumxu. &JJ J tot ; In Sydney in the eafiy days of the nineteentli ?- the liver and blood and tones up the tLan the best :> r
tree mrviiral t..k.I.DJ: twttm wlrta. 1 century. "Mrs. Mae burnT MALI MUIdKIY CO., Boct ter. Jf. Y. a :' wi-b to be sure of good w..rk
Las long; been the favorite: resort system in good condition. And as a help, in cases where the '-..-.....r.- a phone or postal will br.ii: 1
PrriUtraer.- ----- of suicides and sweethearts and many disease! has already fastened itself en the body, there is nothing cur W. OD.
murders have been committed near the I i
better. It flushes the of the and stimulates
Prop after drop continually fAiling, sewers body
spot. It was also the inaia resort of !'
wears a [>a>sae through the hardest the vital organs so that nature is assisted to more quickly
rock. The shark fishers in the days:: when a re1 1 I
booty tempest as Carlyle
throw oil the disease
poiuts oat rushes over it anj leaves no wa..tlS: given for each: shark Ca tiellvered 1 Sold at Drug :Stores.: ALL WORK C. O. D.

trace t.. !'!;ltl. A great purpose U cumulative : at the water police station the Iol |

: ..,1. like a crest magnet it attract t'Ct.o( course beln; to thin out the i i idread
.
.!!l1 tat i* UnJreJ Ions the stream : taaa eaters from tte liarnor.p TELEPHONE 114. 37 E. GARDEN &Ttt'OOODS

cf lifer'uch: here they became: plentiful! and dangerous .

!ittlj pill as Hewitt's Ltttlr as the city cf Sydney sr.w In t "It has justly won its laurels."., Soups, CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FP.EE.f3a

Eul" Ui-r< .tre v.rir oWly: tab-1., "i ,'. w Fish, Game, Hot and Cold Meats, etc., are WALKER INQKAHAM.
anJth t-tTrctive It was there one niLt! t1..:, a In.;Lead Me.ntgN'
y :are w.n letfttliy > given a most delicious flavor by using
in clt'lall.icIh'; lifer itiJ bowtN.Hargi
*' riitrmacy.: Sidney Kiln: turn la his fortune*. Not able to .'b
..
John Sh 'r,urd.OVING t:.in employment. Le S;>.'Lt !L;U i.i>i KREUGER & SUGELMAN
Lea &
tunic! ; ia a uVaiag line maul'.hr:: !. !: 'U : P.'p! Perrins'SAUCE ,

anl: east" (It! from lrs. M.:::"';irir's:

\%' TO : cLair.: After pstlfdly vt.u: ; for :, f.j1 1 #=WMOLEALE GRQCSRS.AX -&

some time another trnuip jo.iu him. / ENTIRELY
'- FRESH AND NEW STOCK OF F.\\\V
aid this changed the luck. far Lt iaraediauIy \
fT' GROCERIES. CANNED GOODS AND
pot a Cue -bite." It took the:: I -, .-t 1"-a agree is ca eray bode! sPEClALTIP.a

two all their time: to haul t.o: !''-ark Try Ou.r Oolclou. Fleece JT'loxxr.

GOOD) BCS1NESS : :.,'rt\ but whenkey: ;cot ht:::.: in beproxed THE ORIGINAL WORCESTERSHIRE c& # t salesrooms ,
: ?: a bt':1.utyi feet 10 inches : : 132-154: E. 0r,, ::-nt ptr" et.Wdrtr. .

lon;. They cut off his! fia-13: shillings' IB.EWABI: OFIXITA 77O-VS. JOHS DrXCAX'S SOBS: ijtsii, yew T:."S" 'use. Cor. Tarragona and Churc.. -

DRS. worth la the ----- ------ _. Telephone 151.
morn!n-lnl. being, anxious : ---

to make all they could out cf the

haul, proceeded to "rob" the monster. r w. B. WHIGHTJfAXCFACirKERS COmPllNY ,;0r. -
B. & G. G T IN. They had often read v.f diamond rings. C. BSE.NT. alt. Q KS''WLE... i W. K. 11YEB. JR.. J !+ IH : "

,)IJJ.t.bes: anJ pocketful* of sovereigns Pr delt.'I: .Pre .;!erlt. C&iiier. As : I ",_ _'

; being found inside sharks, for 1 AXD DEALERS IX
t
Two vhile! these rah can d Best a man they
Optic Specialists are not able to negotiate, metal. ; T, g LUMBER, LATHS, First National Bank

I of Louisville, Ky., Inside, among other things! they '

found the body of a German aad from y SITED CYPRESS S SElXGLE..Ktr"rrie4 ESP
t'.e: papers la his pockctbook: it was apparent : -

NOW AE r HOTEL f ESCAMBIA, dva about that three he mast weeks have before.lioea Indeed la LOa PENSACOLA, FLA. OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

[in !h d!< overcoat: pocket there was a copy D1REOTOR I

Have Decided to Re- :' :.1: London newspaper dated: _) days THE CLASS OF FASHION. W1LH.KK >>LE5. W. A. ELOUNT. F. C. BR-JNT, W. R. HYL:, ;; R

; : .couy.: It was in 1XT<.'. before t': e 16.COO fn. D. o. rr.srrr.Pds .
main Another Week. v.i:iie: nay biJ botvtvu IIuu-iv: :1::,'. rink in all l tl.o prettiest: sbaJos. from Awarded at rari

\:>::::Ha. :!:! tLe .3iihps:: : tk the palest D a: deep rust t.ut. is a ppuhr f I ; .

:,r rts! wcxhs c-u tLc- C. y:;;e between t color for c.l'u'."; z MVES.Blouses al: ; M, ) !ite I i..R ,,.. l f i. 'N-J :ht. <

Bolow is a Graphic Description I. a.l l,-a sal .,.tI l'.r. The paper: ivn : if }'ite silk cull with i the 9i >y f 14 : \"

of their Eu;inos tau: -1 !!t"o( the outbreak of the war Ene tucks stfuLoO! in vrith! piM t1.rI1. 4T'NllW.NE 6

'. -t.tYn Trance and Germany and it are wornvith tbe coat: and skirt; tailor .
ardWhat They In- ,. i \\ ? 1:1"\1': on: awn: Bi, A Etira
:- 2ptci\it that the:: Uerman. Kvljj; ; ;')\\n;. f tempt in ':" 1
teml Doing Whim in theCity. ::: Lot.don. had l.e..a reoalled! hone to Violets are still tbe most Nutr CORDIAL G..r:.: :::.} r:: ::, i'. t:5'fi. I:-t--: Ji .I.::'::... x: eI6-i-.a.. .-. '
;: 'T."J' h rt:1E=. ..::i..=.:k s.d Go-:: E--:1 !: :' :=. .
: v' in the army of the fatberianil: Sowers worn. They ire tied: wb fulj fi:,est fa-TiTetiiton! for est ef Poe less .
: : ther! jump or fallen overboar'l ribbon. the ends finished! .I t od. Siorct.-li trocMes: la i Gtstil Ofj ---- .
wtbit: \-.3':3L. .
Dnt red .
leat'es : MOcS
,. j ttetrre'ite strt'j Sees ; :;>Qi.5 FaT; :&bt! .Irr .
; ',.' channel and had beta picked! up silk tassels.A the azisslha.s cp ::e t3 rc.a a Oin.'a:i'- : Tafc>n Pavib ti Krt d Do tu.s.icc 'Tti. ..: rl;:: I
.' :'.:s :great shark Which l'i"lotJt',1 tc'ltC.fbf black broadcloth) sown tricisud S3 ne ftronot if;..r Ve.-el stares thtre3TSafet7 .

his ;. XH\-t. j with ermine or frogs cf Mack anJ PARIS
r '.' .: e morn. :in-nii!;;raEt tad a white braid Is DEC of the strikiuglv;:; ; F..Fcorrra. A To.ierntt. L J?$?cslt Boscs for iiost i: CCarlri :J:1

w'j: : up ;pndatll 1 novel costrnM" t.t. with vvhlch we hnre a P 'h..ta 2 par trE1i for tt" r, wFei

i on i ::h.;*. Lxriasr f'l: White troadclotb I* one cf the IXp:1. of Rectors.

';; :.. : ':..t ti; ::; at t.;.:, lar materials!, for hrtIi''IDaid'C5.; ...
i' ;.- ::, i CI ::IYval a .
J1 F which are natt.t'tb a vest cf yellow T. GORDON & CO.Ef .
:. to Lave a< fv-.v silk embroidered with! ?cld. :j I II I .6 .. : .

1.- 'I :-'.t'. Aski.'s, ;:: : a Colored Mils dotted with cbecllle: :a '>, sl} Eshle scl .',.'isri Tme; i',.E':. c )i" d:: .....-e. i... r.oT M. r) Ii
:. > :. e !rro.:'>'*t no.'I.I :vermicelli: !! pattern are one cf the winters j 1 I "'" .:s ::. : \! r;; t.!

..r > :. ..-: s- ":-''? t-e a.!, fancies. a-d brown to tMteb the TII" ffTaI U'" 61:1: ''J: 61ltlEalu J
,
.. .. ,
".I! .' : t H! cUt'tLecCnc' % ;; : : I e: L-, -1 ;F:"
hair. worn with a brown sown: is is-
..
I .' j' ilty t rii Lj"* s u \ : : .. 1. ;:tt ,>>;; 1i,1o.' pecially chic. 133 Fart Gcie-irfi .'i -rr.. :; fP0:TED .iOl.BER;; CF

; : : ..,-,, !h ...
t > \\ :: the luy
suty: i. -it : r-4ieve ;::- tpa
;i iy Loai Xjlckets cct ont in tarot 11.- Bu.d.rPEXSACO1A. : 1! .
-' : 'c'.l y u'.uur: t..- e;> :.... :" r :.. ..: :': '::"y :-.t t : ll\-:: shape all aroncd the waist. Use F'O4IDAtragd .. a-r-:> J a {f:
squaresfilling
wit: ,-' .ip. :. I. art Tt, thus l prrervIa .; : ,i <,.' ", .:r U-rweea rraaccsa !! below t:'" twit in havoc i'"t't. t3r: lv .: : :: iy%" err .., I Rt:: st ss SJ
.
in: tonly ,". exainirm,; tteye! < .UK ,. ', A was:: !>e:=s s. U -- -- '
: t ..ef-: aat 111t-: Mipr-weil r.-vrnly at nincjvace a pausiV1L ;\are* cue of the latest modes. Tlrs sort [;' :1 ;sh.: Z5. S:: Tell. 5-: 3 SIIE l 3L;: ::::Ei..t7)St :1;'. .!" l ,; t

lUt"t:. ., and Il:,?:rum..u:.,. .tf u,fd.'ii "\\ my man what can I do for c coat has an eiubroidered:: waistcoat ( oitiijeital Tour std Feat:::; Sav. ': p-iri: Os: sad Wirdov: o':--
p. .. '.* t>}>eculy! :yrtavtted Medallions! cf vtlvet E'Ilbr.\ldt'ri.J b
toe*, ::. IUVtIHa .ails Ui'"UlJ.. yons..keJ" tl.e: brok.1 :." ;tM and variously distributed!! on a costume l-> THE DIST.Ni.HED: Agate al iid Tinware and Honseftirnishjn;? th' I.G **.
want to ten said the
you Illt' poor :
of C' IT ."'i-fc error* of lefraetion.Ma are one of the favored modes cfdecoration.
:.., L-tsuf hJLba: : uturiu.ntr irtmrani: "what the price c* vroolvroold Medallions cf plaited nsons- -:.s. rigicU aci If5-lrg Tsll
t.rirrit.sstlttr: !lu1llli.l. b* In Sydaey should war breakout .; -.
reline and fine lace are also: ranch employed
T, rt -.-. :. 'tB prtrainn: :and: the between Prance art Germany. Itt ] ,, AGENT = Btr=f::. :*=
and sor ';:mss framed: !n Irregular ? ; JU"; IIUs Cc=?3'j. n..v.'L. .
;
sef.r ,:upiJity of cJul: :..u are is ninepence no11)1t \\. a tithe' Ee1t- : ,
hues. which add very Ench to the ; :; Ne:. :=; :c. :::r: :err Wheel Cow Left .
ofti .! _" t'e drteClccs rLt'nby ,'"a t'j \ 3 ta 4 sbU;n;*." said: the trkcr. > 'VT ;s.y. "
J Fcwier
'
.*: .; rti! cur "-uur- of the 1;: efTect-New York :::Ul. j Cjzipaaj: Jch--r:: :Ea'o-ie. Ir--n Kir 3 P.-: FjQ'k -' v .

c"ir r cry-tallin! ljii* t,) 3aimi'.C:3.: : .. '-i.ile tL a t. .
:: i : l': an "Very act!." replied the visitor."Now. ; : s !.:'C5 : Y":: : ; }; ''
irre.ru dray of the rirfr.cta: ; uiedu The nient.vl reputation: for CUrl::; faa l-i&ilrosa;; : Colors.Masonic '
the French
troops areon narchin::
of I1- ecr. and are reliaveJ ai once pil'f* ant kin diseASes acquired Irllj NKVt
P?:rln!: and what promises: to be a J X : Temple
't' of li- < D".Witt's Pensicola
. upon : : application: proper; by Witch Hare! I r-fe_ V : Fla.
vs
CNI.re.t) per cent lr Ire people h'u; .aaJ lloody' war tas actually l-e- M've.; hay ld to the making of ) / _

C\'tor i.. ) "Of; "f aid neei Alasrs'", ;-:1.: : worthier* counterfeit P* sure t.' i
and >' .>rr cen of t.J: nerd tinaiGUe "Xonserse." said the broker. "The i ret only! DeWitt's ;.ilt e. Hard-i

for dt-une. mail: from London cable la: yesterday I'bariuacy.: :Sidney: Kaha. John! I j jnn HEINBERG f BROS. S CO.

ure cot alwy* civen toimir [>:;;:;i:1; news cp to s'.x: weeks ajo aad ;: !tail rlrJ. 1 h4 iiA ra ,
v, eye-uh ba o' relieve undue there U no news of that! wild sort" s. pM' W/ ri I
s: a.-:: : tu short tusi.i.: nature. ,lc*.. Graip."bat .

Thou: Jf eye are: tuiueJ yearly the The London Immigrant: paper: ,thereupon dated three unfolded weeksprerious'y. -\\ Fifty <-as Or r-ns :. ''P r l l l WB t U GM OC
rveu prr-.>n# oat of tn naveneiter this: loxJ of coal You ctargt\J c--y. 20 r Sash Doors ilv
TtcrelS hus.bc ,
've- alike, auj one e-ut of : no : ; ,
the bt tl4 '.
cents ::{
i
twenty At.cn'.ati-.n : h-t.c the nece over that. There could! be co hu=bt:; 1 %
-Yi's'm but coal Las riz. -CUcajo
?>ity 'f Meting etch eye >?par.itely. about !it for such a paper coud not l< ; I Blinds, Laths, Palafor Street.
:"'j e:..l :.ii'.eatoa: is ITPU brace produced In Sydney, end besides Its "eco:J. I
inequa.r.y: : :ha: ally ?\!,;! bttwteathe abundant of Its 7 \ Pensacola. Florida.mtc .
matter gave proof srea- Hard Lack."This i. y / Flooring.
'tai : f the +
t'- :1 >a t a.
C:1Ni'S..x>1 was already! : shUis! flock is sT y.ars old an3 isworth
0-. ,: 1-11\''' htin si + r.1" jj .d. .
*
Tsnct-w''t" !:> the: lit taw yet; : a pound on the London tnarkrt.Oa Sr.'Xv" 1 l Ci?;.:..? .:;? J I, J. .V....ritV-1'.11J a* .- i : iccSUte Uble lJeu.

the i : :. ': .tJi>pt.Ja vt "jsetACr5' : the Wool Cxchasig? people thouzLt "\Vt,::1.! wi>lll: As I'm K aa ain't: if p.sttnted.

has :',
.. The : ..:,,:1 W 1.t:1: : ..u;:alyunier- l>uyn! :: cp all the wool on the market News I Vi.IKHHSKSS
>tan; : fcu- :ces:: rt tt.se! : and wirJcc oer* all over the colocie t'FFICE5D DEPOT.iyi :

that i !jj-n, .:b-.#. i <* r..# CB-. He made a "coraer. et any raft i>ur- u Cause For Uara. I l eo .",
rJaeksor 5JOSEPHINE
) ) < .. Strfit Wiirf. 2:0IMTO : .
t 'n'-r- ::, trestia \uh a mu.t chased all the wool :in Au tralU: and A.t :: Tslfpb::?

d.H.: a-.J precuui ( r.l.J. wnereth looted happy.: Sure ,'n(.;:;b, !n a fewweeks" .. .. t @ -I.\-= I rEX'...\r"IL.\. !1T '
.:- t--t error ru /r-->ultfn- t :": --I F. ; 1'1"-:".: : 1 \ !
cu! .- *: .>'if h\J-><,.* lh Wv>rk "" 0'11. time out came tbe news by the \ \" ( tJ : .
: ,' mail steamer and cp went Prol":';. The 'i. ,' ..to.. ,:<"
t- r : : :, ;::\ l"'u.t)1t :iuJ'J;;! I' : rt j ELBUMA.Selclen
to : i* ,, ::.>r.but m unity In'tincfrt trvker scold oct for S shillings!! arid sr re \\ : : ,-;.:::;.. :& ;""'=.1 The handsomest
'': ', t! .. -i.:1t.: .a pound anJ realized{ rinse :4 **.,.'ion t,> .-1', :":..J -- ; 5>;j"-o:..1 care haaJ b? taken i: the deaL .:'' :f- I00. ;;;- FdYJ 3rt r sF t lllUO I l'l' a-al a fteCheapest

s..j", : .: t -. first pair ,'Ip ct.lh:: .*. lie gave the teteiligeat imn-'grr.::: .--t.1. --" .1--......-:; i\, "I/ '! \," ,, t I .\' :' (' prft?* erer offered E nOIUV H I. i'L' HARPER V1r'5Y:
\ :" :
uld b tteuind without .
h It :
nor an old suit: of d :.lk$ and a i,". note f:.r '\ '- \ !
: tt-.e .1 f i rtp lit'iWjtjcwn.. Itt t'--- If 1 '} P('n&.I.J: <"l. See rd--
1s: 11t'antI ths: set the etc! is G I
pair ? tlt' I Pratt .
r.. -: ::u2"or out thit! the la\ >e* ,.; .1f # .. -. -
ia the = .1.I a r", f" .
w.-\rd. He has At a!cc ; si ,_ : ) l "
,
+ a
: oj J he .ccur.itrly c-nre\ianJofthe .
> .
p. X'
.. b- -t q-jshty, and the frA!n*- *>> well throe:!! the lucky stroke: that !Leis ',=-= ;. t; ... c1'ur FIU/ST. Sm.h I I.\\I I \\\ llii '
t r.-.tvi t:.rt she -e3r-r i" ok* directly now tea: ; a pub'.c house !la WoclL .- J--, 11! '\ &41 ?- ,-w.n\. : _: 'j
t: t>.-.> ,s :he center. l1.-t..; nicelytir. .."moo!>o.-London Tree Lance. 1 } ". :-:\.>? "- ILL.PPI..H I > "" '

. i' 't:: f ice b"t>nt.. SL: orna- .... ';5' ;: !![IDNEY DISEASES -
.
1 :-' : dr wrll II' A Wei >; 1t:', GRAND) CONCERT
. But O.tei an Increi.e cf His; 'nsa'; .
Fri\z ".tjriU with ipctac'.e: ? a V's--T-Ak > .f' r-ijt afra u i-.: the J TheBest t ia the MaFEN5ACOLA. w.. :'<:.
t SprI rir.e : A Mexican war v-reran and prm ts'. y ; :Ijv. tr..tatt.la-. : .:' ft-5 ,
"
e Parent do nlect childfally lanai editor wigs :.'..;..\-J"nu"r.Ori'h.-_(.. !. etit most fail of all disuses.
: cot : : "Seei:.; the aj- TLe Motber-i.-> :=c l''t": lie .. .. ...

- tt a'; -ye*. verriEen: of C:.a: t>alai::';: Colic.CoiUra :! Cast burt 5L-i- -=. New.Rhal. '. CTt : .
!
f' P t i-ul:: oa-rs :: 'liitc..j. : sad Durrbciu P.erJ/'J. I : su5scr: ;;,:: ': :I:. !': : L- J' >t I : Iin'i '

C'Cr'fL All qa..ti"n. ''It'1'a* in>..wcCoLsulfatiou ..jt" u.1 to tha rye am reraindei that a* a shag-r: in I. lapopalarity.rest j| t1Na Jitk'n C.l acer: t' I,. r..r:. I OLEY'S' 1 KIDNEY CUBE !1& Jt'i:; IIi. .6 n.h.lrfll .
Mexico in "IT and '-1-, I c.T.tricteJ : li.: :obl-l see tbty k--rp rigtt ;!. full. There will pJ.tlcly t. I i Snrutnd f
auJFree I-u:1int\tl!
Mexican d'arrt. t'eale or udt,. Riatij JY J
vi and tbi< reined on pcsstssg usSewod ,; Oay ",'H ; .'
has kept use from retinsn = ilTObr-\'n It's : be'will gEt tekK" f'r t'l+ .
ircrea e : a toss r? 'i 'b--t.
Hfe'm
13 :3
t" OrUce. at Hot F-,':\:-..bts a. n: to p.EJ. :n ray pension for on Every rental: tee us and tie trcsts.-Fuck- j It i; i ro'it-I for air G-o. Cl.ter: : c>or.y rcfundeirtincsies Cc Lairs DaDnnei
BII.t
a :!fOe of it restore; &1('. Its* caeqaillrd i to see Vfry'tIe pErs:rally! .:. er !'
a* a quick care for diarrr oa Wdnld :1b-'It-t' f.'r tl is i c.aCEr: t. uj r rc.ogrJuj b) end-

1 Cta.-,red hind, clicked lip ard and fs pleafact acd safe to take. Fcr A c-01 L cough or"li ;ripe can ei jnippei j re watmn tic.E-.,: j., 1i nisi.: lent physicians as the best (for FL-\
; roughness of the skin cured qaicklr ale by Hannah Bas. and all medi in the bn.:1: with a doe. c tfhrtoDP) o.lafornumber nf tirkt' -
!
by BAXNESS.VLVB: the most teal clue dealer. of two FOLEY'J HO.NEY AND TAR "; Inf-f.: TfcteJne .1'1 nell.r. Wniy and BLa &r troubks. }(AS HOl-E

iDjrointni6Ct is the "rU. W.-\ -- --- Beware; of substitutes.V.. A. D'Al-1: ( CIlet his NJfrfJ s Grand FRIel SJc. aM 1i.oo. i
cialr lot *. S. PI-&I Si.""l i ; _-
t"
for the eaberte.
D'Aleoberte. :3tlNribe Xe'ifsll\ week Pi a-I a c : ::et. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. .

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; THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA, FRIDAY JANUARY 25, 1901 7"SPECbIL

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flOTICES.otlE HIS PROMOTION I THE BLUE AND THE CRAY.


'Ones Enemlw, Sow Brothers and PElBJLGOWrS BUGGIES 1

A few weeks ago I ran across a .I Comrades."
young
CENT I WORD I army officer! whose bronzed skin and ATLANTA, Jan. 23.-The work of fur

j sharp, piercing eyes denoted that he Lad nishing the Soldiers' Home has received --- .

-- 1.( !" '. I, just much come of that in from great the frontier frontier-that ij, so a bit of assistance from an unexpected 1901 We have recently replenished our Stock of Vehicles, and can oiler an
as U now
----- left. The source-from a man, ex-wearer of the Assortment
bitch. sight of this including
i ,..,m and white setter I young lieutenant
I IT" =" .1 1 :uD8111I'OrHelle. Reward lor brought to mind the hard time he hadl: blue who had helped maim the heroes tIn

. t i W, llyer, 9* Soutta Fslafox P"I'lj.oi fretting the shoulder straps and of a narrow -i for whoso refuge the home was built.
'
I ( Etc.
. .. he had Traps Surreys Buggies Wagons -
I escape .
shortly after his blue
The
- ) uniform gift came through the malls, ad. Twentieth (CenturyCarnival ,
la' was adorned >II
by the
;\ ?-: :__. I boulder bar. plain yellow dressed to Captain C. T. Furlow, and
1"II.\\-lICYOU need money !i Great Variety of Style at the VERY LOWEST PRICES; also a
want I About nine coa'istcd of a ?3 bill.ccompanIiIlgi' I
'l"'f, *n i .'rro 8ny euiouut you years ago he was an employee ,

,. ,st tame and lowest city ratesuuabiron.mproved real in one of the departments and, ': was this ktttr: I Full Line of Harness to Suit each Vehicle your
., : ,.' :, owing to
, :.* : :.. >\ m. tibb rA>4>i South I'ala- | his a change of administration lost I "Djar: Old Corrrada*- The writer I

' ".' : ln-ti who position. Like a great many of those j i came nro-.=, by acoiJtnt, the incbsed I \\-See
I work for the Stick-Seat Open Driving
he haJ I WagonJUilliaiit
government --
- LOAS ON PERSONAL circular, aiid I walt"ou to know;: thereis
to Ignored the
lesson
in
the fable of the ant I
\ ? "V ApplyioA.A.FWier.FUherl and the one Lid Union veteran w ho clierishw!
i... .. 1..1.1: atreet. J"" turned grasshopper, so when he was !I a warm regard for iiieu who with tho' I t

- ",,TST TO BO K HOW MONEY !1 cold out on the world he received a I I courage of their convictions were willing WILL BE USHERED IX BY A..,

I: ", ,nVv, Injure yoar property pro- reception. The few dollars he hadi I to risk their lives in fighting for them, Bon. 1
.u were &
.'fl.' tsuf trtl.. buy or sell real 1'5- i I soon spent and then his credit was and I ask yen to please accept my: mitein VISIT FROM t I01jn0on
have : and
description pone at lat '
. ,.""party ol any attended to, hunger stared him in'i furtherance of the object stated in
laces the face. It
rd or lour was while the
" ,<,'i r.-s Thai. C. Watson A Co. I I, knocking and the circular. Ths blue aud the! gray,

"I.al'' U'..!r..elare"tn n idnrate.l'oeveryoneaot lend I j without gnawing food which were come making after a day themselves or two once they believed enemies, right each fighting ore now for brothers what 1 J'lis f I oyal //T\aje5ty\ THE BIG STORE.

from us xe x111" money :i felt that he saw a United States flag -
lid.tf and comrades, united in
' 11. tI to bud a boUS" i hanging out of a window on Pennsylvania a common
brotherhood in
one common country. C. F\POSTOLE
r< n; ui ::%'1'. I avenue. On the lower edge of that God bless you, comrades. ; t
flag wore the l letters in black
I big type,
"WAlTER E SMITH. Priseus. r
occupied hy R J. "

I'.a. ,111"10.-\I'P",MMore'urll'' ,attr.I J'now/ .:.afox and Komana:t'J-tf ', "Ilecruiting those words,OlHce.and ia The a fit young of despair man read ascended "Berlin,-Conn.- ,, 216 South Palafox-Opposite Po=tc ke.

.1 I the stairs to the office above. Chinese Warlike Inillnctp.
" ----- Fine Fruits Candies Cakes
toi.1. VHP R.S1'. with tour rooms InS lie was greeted by, a big sergeant, who "The Chinese have no warlike Instincts I Nuts, Etc,
r w n bt and Honda lllanca sized him up and then told him that hewould This being the Second Year of the
.nar.cero. ... I..,lHnfd 1<* carpenter 1 have says Colonel Webb C. Hayes, AND ALL KINDS OF HOLIDAY (10ODS.
" p A p.I I to return the following morn- reign of PRISCUS, his loyal
, ,, ,, .I..t. '" rl'mod..hllg alllo! I I who has Just returned from service on
" r al" lag, as the officer! who enlisted
ajw men had
M, .. : gone home. the personal staff of General ChafTee. I subjects of the Chocolate Drops, 20 cents a pound Jelly Gum Drops, 23; cents pound.

I. I-:( % -iinr, lurnlkhfd room and u.e i iI i "But I want to enlist now," sail the "They are not n nation of warriors Water of
Deepest Marsh Mallows 25 cents
City a
lo\'r.u: :! North Kir- 1 pound.
I- ,,I. : u and gas 1'.jlw applicant.I but if they should ever be trained they ,.
,
.
I''r : .uM4IYNortlicuuleII I "\ you can't my boy," said the scrI would make the finest soldiers In the the Gulf of Mexico see OUR STOCK BEFORE YOU BUY ;.
i..iNil: I I' I W i I geant."Say. world. They do not krow what fear I
sulern ooaxeuirncei. jldtlrao j I oM follow, just fix !
you me so 1
_ means and they absolutely! disregard han arranged for a series of entertainments - -
\ furnished rooms at fIt! : can stay here until tomorrow," pleadodi ,
r I death. There are two things; they wor tor his pleasure.By .
1 mi n kirt-ft. 1"-ilI1l i the young man. '
'
jt r-Nl-llr.1 1 -: -Front-- 1 om5. ;!| "Oh, it's hungry you aro h it? Well, i j I shIp-their fathers and the almighty I His Majesty's express desire: the H. H. WICKS
do'Iir.
t You kill ,
there.and
may a man over :
\ -t-i-liib' board fur a limited i ii rlllet yon stay overnight, and maybe the Nobles composing the C. M. ,
v .i... Terms !1 I thinks of vnless I
.,.. lor gentleillen: captain will take you. I j no one anything S. will have control of the if
-h line t'ur.I. -
.\J..llhaehu..h.I i.lom Itoin b Mrs. Mtybjlui i 1 That night he had his first meal in two | the teadmnn happens to be his father festivities, which will i

I I. ;I days. It wail uot such as he had been | They shrug their shoulders nnd say, take place i: Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

,i i accustomed to, but it was "filline." n-j Le i i "Tie"1; ure plenty left,' aud that Is nil.
', house new UM t
,. I two tory 1 ,
All afterward sail in peaking; of it.Vh:n The cbiiits.are not \indictive. .
I I. q : ireet. nearpring. They I
; ,1.1'15.! L. H. Hellers. lij-(! :I j it came I) (o'cloik the sergeant walked: 'I 18 and 19. .
\ pit (':;ettd' LOW and then and go in for Fetal '
------ -- j Into the S'Hiadroom and ordered the ha'.fi No. !S South Pclafox Street
1- h .i-t-class furnished rooms slaughter, anti the next minute they ]
I I. ., ,* niii and oth r modern im- i I dozen or so recruits into their beds and I II I
t t. si. ;>>, corner Wright and turned out the light, not, however till he I are cool and are drinking tea. Our All Kinds o* Plumbing and Gas Fittirps Materials Kept on Hand S,,,
.
I. ? l1allllO I I haul called the roll for army discipline cavalry made an attack upon a mob of rs'IJ) I1OVl: R2S. '. PI- NHA(X>I \.. Ft A ? :

'ou.0..1.1: :. j! comes early. In the darkness the ex I Chinese one day, and they quietly, Fat I His Royal Highness I

.. -- J clerk lay awake, thinking of the pat; of down upon the ground and waited the
| i tAn i'<..tablib :il grocery and: the days when he had been receiving a advance cf the column. They know I
I'I! I-, HI :No. ISconu-'iif: Greg j
good salary of the manner in which he rmscus ESTABLISHED 1863.
and lentu aHllue.poly at : I they would all be killed but did not I ,
:."!J In: had dissipated all! of it, and of the many
I II seem to eare. They struck at the
trit.nds-those who were his friends! while horses with and that WILL ARRIVE AT I
pikes something
i-, i: \I I .A :llo.l..r.t Ilahiiiinin Iron he had money. The past was dark, and McKENZIE OERTING & CO. m
,, looked like forks. The Idea .
I' ,' .I a. new, about I lim pounds; the future l of tryingto
-?t: I t.iM'". Apply to John U. \Vard, j was even darker. What could disembowel horses and
x t' 'y. I-'"IfII he, n young man of good family, amount i( fighting etrnairy HIGH NOON FED. l lIn 18 0 -DEALIK8 I:1 0
--- --- I! to after five years in the army? Several !i ii by sitting upon the ground was I

i: \l.l I -lore, HuRgy and Harness. :i times he arose and was going to escape, i iI something new for modern soldiers to ,

I >.i I'| i to J. H. MaL-on, Jr., 1SJ-1 higheru I but each time the mite of courage that face." his Royal Yacht the Rospen, Ship Chandlery and General Hardware.

I had been revived with a full stomach 'I with his Special Guard, and will be

i. ..\|.).-California 1'nvet. ('hinaand ., ooeed away, and when morning came he received in the harbor by a Royal 6O3 AND 605 8. PALAIUX STREET. !
1 I'I .. KCZKMA: : ITCHING HUMOUS: .luAGENOV
McMillan.uenueBUdl.tth
.t- Myrtle trees. lh> I j was still! an applicant for enlistment. Salute from the great guns of his .

: Hreet. 5j-tf 1 i Breakfast brought back some spirit I Pimples Cured by B. H. It.-Uottle ships of war the KEAR8ARGE_ ...... ;11,

I-i.-I.I '\I.K-riieHiamer:: Meteor DOW lyr and when the officer cauio in the young i Free MASSACHUSETTS, ALABAMA, REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S 8ONH CO.'B itlj
to Sufferers.
In 1'erdido river near
: mrtlysunk man was ready for him. The severe and other vessels that may be in the
_ tnrfurtherparticularsaddress. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSSEL BON'S PUMPS.C :
'
1 I' i ", ... \ Kecener, Iarlo." Ala. ,! dim nu- examination was passed, and, everything I Does your Skin Itch and Burn? I bay under the command of 'h_.

being satisfactory, up went Lhl Distressing Eruptions on the Skin so ills, fiirdigi, Matt Oils liotietl hstmaints, Chris, Jicktrs, kiln :
)' s\.i; The most desirable lots In right hand, and he bear
I I''I.. terms, by the Fisher swore to feel ashamed to be in company I
seen
.ty "u racy you
h,& Etnt. Agency' ***!'i Nouth, Pftlafoi allegiance to the United States and to j I t Lord Umlral Fir Whir COMPASSES LOGS. ETC. J
? Do scabs and Scales form on
.: .1 1..lmW. protect it against its enemies whomso- I C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bir:Pilots' Benevolent Asso -i

:'\i'BU. j ever. In a few minutes the doughty lookIng i, the Skin, Hair or Scalp? Have you ciation. .

ex-government clerk was transformed i I Eczema? Skin, Sore and Cracked? ; ,,
\'HI! t'"cce.sixgoodcookswhite: : Into a decidedly awkward government' Upon setting foot upon shore King

'" .., .' I Kernnrd. Employment: soldier in a uniform that had much the !{ Rash form on the Skin? PricklingPain Priscus will be escorted by the : ._
A." M, ? \ -i ..Hem! Ituilding.up-btolrs. iu the Skin? Boils? Pimples?
fit of a sack on n bean pule. TIME
: gunny : TABLES
"i I Bone Pains? !Swollen Joints? :Falling ;
Some time passed, and the soldier i and (militia
young I Navy
MhlAll: kind ol empty quart Hair? All Run Down? Skin Pale? Army,
his think I
was at post-I it was Fort
\\ ikybottlei.' 8. A. Jl'BI&IUUl'I.:0. Old Sores? Eating Sores? Ulcers? LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.r:
:Nlobrara Kansas-and he hala different
.,. i i
All these are symptoms of Eczema under command of
His clothes! fitted him IN EFFECT JANUARY
appearance. perfectly i U. 11M. j
and and Poisons in the
T \:.n:U-old beer bottles at 1/annhels and he knew how to handle his I Ifl't.t ', Impurities
-
fl '., Bros JJJt Blood. To cure to stay cured take SIR KNIGHT fht
He la
and hand
corporal
was a atroop
I i B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) New Orleans and Mobile.
I i...uer1'4)P 1.'ul\'I'nl... of the Seventh cavalry. Two years I I I which makes the blood pure and :MAJOR R. M. GARY .
passed, nllllu had received promotion to ----- --- -- - ---- ---- -
- -
\,', .Ml-1 I: Flit 1 1t.1Lr4lrurlshed I tinhishft noncuinmUsiimed rank ohI I I|I rich. B. B. B. will cause the sores So.!. So.f 0,11. No 3. Nol. No.Ii.

I I ,.i v '. .t5ugartsorspectaldesignst' tainabli! in a trooi),-that! of first !lpr ,'ant. I InothiT I to heal, itching of eczema to stop to the city gates where he will be 11 :10 p 12:1 m 7:15: It Leave,.._.. Pensacola .._A rrlvo 6IAI a 4t5 p 1/.1:' p t-tt'
-- \ :'. 'I,urero,3b west Gregory: forever, the skin to become clear: received by His Excellency 1lIj: a 252p 5y5 a J..avt'.... Flomaton.leave 2:11' a 1:1. p 70:5 f.
: .\ and his captain had rtcnininrndid I
.Mini joar. : and the breath sweet. B. B. IS. is 8:15 a 4i1 p 11(51: a Lnve..._ lllIblle ...., -Leave I2w I a 1:1\ p 5:1. a
I I
= --== ==-= Mm for promotion. Ili record 7t1 sWu ntti IIrl."n" Lenva ,
: _a p .p _Arrlve..New 7.J.:> a 7u5_a \1:1" pNorth.
the have been look. Grand Duke :
remedy -- -
'_ just you if:
.UI < \'I'IO\iA I.. -
;i lied 1'(911 MHI! that he was cln scd aa
: i I nii'iitiiri.ms nnncummixsjoiicd oll'.rer and ing for. Thoroughly tested for 30 1
\- ;: i '-i i llniii northwest corner I
: Our readers advised to
{I'\ <- .. i .VHllos.\ prepares students'!: worthy of l-Mfrti'in,: H ('umml: ,,.i"IIl'J otliI year are IV\1\ S ,
'' B. B. B. For sale druggists JENNINGS ;
h-ires, 1 union t'to >:> per j jh I ccr i if lit- parsed 1 the examination. i try by I I
"wriili'll.iirlncipal. linl-lt ,'at $I per large bottles (full treat- I I So. 4. I No. 8. :0.:0,1.. > .;(
The Sf'IlIt'* hopes and the nmLiti..nhI' !, 11:11 p m 12:1.. p an Leave I'eo.acola Arrive I Iio A In ffI p m wa .

IKMt- i : .C. .> .'I. ..I'lMXi.... ...... ..,..-- 'I had :tu1; since Ms enlistmentvere i i each ment)bottle.$5. Complete So sufferers! directions may with test I II i, Governor of His Majesty's State of I II 11:10801:,.!I noon 12:15ntht:tIlMlpm Arrh'e.Arrl\'t. lontltoml'ry\rrlve mlllllh8111..Arrlvl1 7:1:15plII: 5p01 I 1I1I7am II5am reel y '

1-d: "o:1I11.at! to !I" giatiliril. lnt! atilt a \ and I 6111& Arrive......Nashville..... i
\ \ I: hi. lip.K'LII't'EUby I it, Address BLOOD BALM CO.,1 Florida, 7:10pm m Arrive -IOam 2:15am .'
Ii i' 01 i Neu> ntn.illdrse! flipper, ut cnld( Uuo.'i'il! regimental commander hal : 2:3I:: a III I 12.:1." noon Arrive... loulinlh..Arrl; ,'I a III 915 m7:05aiii
2:4 p :
i Atlanta Ga D scribe trouble : : ; ,
,. tturk- :.1I111 j t.. pass ou fie reciimnicndation. hej your I 4a15pm Arrive. Cincinnati: ____,I.eave. 11:15pm CIsipm 'tn.1I'la'.1' ; -
1'01 1'Itl' j did M>. II"1 i:idorscd thereon the one and Free personal medical advice Right HonorableJ. --.!::("'_! _A-rh'A "' 1.1./1111- I.'I\.' .,_I ": oIi.I! __2:1.p.!!! tfI'

I word "Di-.tppnned." The document :, given. '
South. :
5-. S'tlt.' : GCntt'N. 1.J-III1H'i: '' v\n< then forwarded to the hcadgilartersor M. Hilliard I' i
'I"'k And Eggs: fir tnle.Mll.tt. .
:
: :
.1
tt'Ih-Itartialiret'iiei, tli<< department! and tlll'l'f..11 into ORCHARD AND GARDEN. I I
__ I Iir colonel I So. 21. So, S. I I No.2. S4'. 2! k
!.inIl.III1.ls. for the cold, iinfeelim
I t
I :\ nt I'. Corner's Poultryt Mayor of Pensscola !! 11:55 night: 1:11I"111 ''Lpa\'I' .. Pensacola Arfl'l'I loi lpm s.st tI
i I' "'IIIt..r' .!egcshutl.5t-l: >ark i ii A'as made to tell why hi' ili-upproved.!i It j Salt sprinkled under the quince trees !I 1:1:5snight 7\ amCrl'e.. Milton Arrived I 1IIlIIpIlI 6'Opm tpm

i ,' ", 01 I:.' i'.rliiiil.lebt I'.rHli- ,', was fur no other! reason than that he per I i Vs h( nt.tici.il. who will place the Key of the Loyal I Ujall1; 'i \ImamCrl't'l'e: '.unIRlo.l-'prID.sArrht"' 7Wpm ::tlpm it.
i hiii. rumiiutli I'kn'II. i : 1t.lam lni'a .mrrl\ Ibll'lry Arrive :
i
.. V. .. Cull ...uI11' *..r |I nniy!! ilisiM'pi-ov of diluted men get j i: Uosin and tallow In eiuai parts mate City in Ins ikpppin, alter which his 1no1:1 11:15am Arrive ,... Marlamin Aro\"t ateupin lIjlPIt 12 12f.i'pm:'_ ooon '1',:,
'. ''\ I'ark alf tilt, iwtuissjiis.! This was hardly of i ij good countfir: wom.tls on mes.Wliile majesty will be plotted to his castle. 5:15am: 12lt.noon .lrrtve..RiverJunctionArrivu a:20pm IO 'tI ....
l'utllhdJ.t t", set aside army regula- 1 .... ...............-- l:41pm Arrl".. 'I.RlIsba'8... Arrive a:4apin: : a m
1 i r nvi.it'. j j jI jV I tl'>II". v(> the sergeant was ordered up for winter is a good time to nrune A Competitive I ....... .... ..,..,... 7:5 11 m Arrl\'t'_ ..Jack-OD\'UJe I.t'avr 9:1'J a m 'iiJ.I (

I examination. the gr.ipexiiu. It should not be done I
\ I M.> and Moral I esiRiis- j I :
' ,inriler...il for pu-ti>mer9 'j .\caill intniont came for he was! when th,' \"ll'S are frozen. -- -

M-I.II. .f:I West Ureniiry*.1no 'I' sent nut in the I'.iM! on a campaign 'I Currant bushes will hear fruit for''Ii Interstate Drillwill : PROFESSIONAL OARDS

oith tie! Indians! and did not see the .
----- -
25::; and nom their ,
not vigor
}i
pro-
years
i take at 2 between
place m.
p. I
Zeal 1 'Pruitt4)11114.11. had been l
i. --. it. 111 post M.again till the examination ,, Tided they are properly cared for. the state troops of Georgia II I Dr. Ta reel I us meC rea ry. kod
'h \i n. IInIT-
--
I.1 ,. colonel During tile winter especially (lowering Alabama: and Florida fora
u -: I? \ llululentstrcett 1'hcne lu the next few months the was
'' Cash Prize of $ICO with
should be watered ,
R711 and plants never
partial to the sergeant an opportunity
: with cold water. It will tend to chill Physician and SlrgYoa.
11.\.1 I.sssl arisins.:: made him sergeant majr

-t 't1I KI I:IMK\K:Manutarturerii ': the highest rank obtainable by a sul.licr : the plants. :, A Grand Iilitary Ball i Residence IS West I.aRoa.Telephone Dyspepsia Cure

'I I i',...r (,IMM|-, llHts ToM..t and still: icinnm nil rulisted man. Every I! Fruit trees cannot thrive in all kinds j! I. Nn. 4.1.
'r. :CJil W. Uovernnieut j UPC' in the! post thnnght that the yuan Office Il'Alemberte Building, WI, Hoati.Falafox .
of exhausted soil The trees make
may i htreet. I'lione i4. Digests what eat.ItartidcIallydigeststhefoodaridaids.
...
coluncl'sglNl you
maim" Lad \\' i n growth of leaves and wood on poor [
\\ i'l In hi. evcllt-nt: Miaii \\hil.' I I !
lilt C\'l'lU\iAI. i i-i. the f..II.! This i llo'a na set at rest ; land but they: require mineral manure II |I --- Dr. G. H. Tuttle. Dr. J. G. Heard. Nature in strengthening and recon I

r --.t' "V"-- W lie 11 the time for rcromrneii'lati'-ns' cnmenr to perfect the fruit strutting the exhausted digestive organs .

( llll: FLOi IDA
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, !Ins: svr:;,.n:it major n'f niim-si'1atKn, and entli ra"pierry! plant at this season will ( :I DENTAL SUHGEONS.I" ant and tonic. No other preparation : '

. HI l" \J.: t.'RIN05. In- r.l' lie ?1u.a' Lad the |lI"w'r. cause the canes to :grow: more rapid!, ;i there will l,e in the forenoon can approach It in elHciency. It i in* vi.

. ""'.'.r ft. ").'..T...,ttmmnry I ; !'tlr the! rrvit'iiidtT! of I.N ,nlNtirrnt! the in the spilns.; The richer I he soil tllt'I I : IXTKXDKNCI.V; : STUKIIT.: 'stantlyrelievesandpermanentlyeuras'
\ --h I5 111\\I111\11re., al.I ('<" "Ilf'II"pl I the JOUPU soldier ii the po-i- Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn
'I \ > U>K \ TLRM. O'L$3...;;. j lion 'f vi,-<.nut major.. TinLit tor ha.1 :i i lot-rril'larger and better the quality of the f{ (Crrar]d EIepI}art >Burt> Over Sol Calm's. }Flatulence Sour Stomach, Nausea,, 1.1.;t-:

) c. L Hayes Prlncipi dtsided! in irnii.p.. when use day! a lucky ('hone .an IVnsattila. Tla Sick Headache, Gastralifia.Crampsand j1allotherresultsofimperfectdigestion.

,,- thil;: !i-i- iini. The lolmnl I was pomoteii .\ liberal: top dressing of wood ashes followed in the afternoon by a .
I Ii a
I to U a bri;:ndit-r j"I1t'tal! nr .! thus : on nn orchard that is Ill>ginllill-! to fail: parade of theKMIKKLMfl | Price 501:. and SI. Large!lIzecon ln&: time .
S. 1rlaLit: Toile'. !I taken from Us rl' inlt'ut. Tie nest jiari i 1 will often :give: satisfactory results '1 IIPn I GEO. PETERSEN i j small S1e. H
: i l IIr ol'hltlt'r: i the sergeant major passed his evamiua-:
.' nt tbllt'o eau lit' i lion and was commissioned in the cay I recommended! as a stimulant for old Pharrracy.JohnKheppard I
K O AThs !
i.i --i1 show initliT alr\The first summer of his career as an tnex.-St. Louis Republic.i Bicycle Dealer, :)I .Kahn. fitIi.

s Miuil.ir! 1,1 the -
oflicer l.o again after Indians anltwice :
was
AOENTFOKTHE I t
ii It of :i I n'l'. wliu'li i under! fire. It seemed that ill:luck i When threatened by pneumoniaor

r flu l lioh.'t'! an- did not desert him, for out of a whole any other lung trouble, prompt relief Magnificent, Corgeoas Rambler. Cleveland and : f?

'is,'ximntoly and tI".t.state Tn'the III. troop bullet it and was it he was who near received enough the to graze only to: delay.i U; necessary We would as, it is suggest dangerous that Feathei'stone Bicycles i j WING HOP&G01& I


'- :i i.cry i hat vi'.alilim!',ale !scioiiti; a lay .: ia Lis: an boot-engagement and;Kg, by anti the hit against way his horse.within northern Later a mile Cheycnnes on of, One cold soon Minute are as indication noticed.Cough It Cure of cures having be taken quicklyand taken 8S.I K C M. 8. r PARADE L LI i,I Repairs' on All Kinds Workman Done bf an Experienced tt ,

'i
01' n.:mo the human aw; where General Miles was shot at by its early use'prevents consump- ;I SCISSORS KNIVES AND LAWNMOWERS Importers and Dealers ia-

I l.fi. be w 01 th Ihiui I Lame Deer-he was shot at by an Indian tion. HarBi. Pharmacy, Sidney; SHARPENED. I
1 I Chinese
!l.trl 1 Lttt. 1 Kahn, John Sheppard. the marvel and envy of all, willi and Japanese
.
: at a distance of seven paces away.The OMossoiagor: Sox-vico.
r''uh-'rllot'.I.. I he ---- I take place at 7 p. m.
I ex-clerk is now glad that W IIIt
Tha who his own home I Phone 203. 12 W. Romana St. Fancy Goods
man owns
--The Saxon loau ol out of the departments, for he has a The festivities will end with ar i ,
of
lots
for life at good always increasing insures: himself against I
position pay { -
ir.im :3 cents has beer j' FINE CHINA
per trouble and can i TEAS.
Nobody
and if lie lives to be C4 worry. I'
.ut'-rrllt?l. The lookiock years raise his rent and the rent day has I i C. A. WALES & CO.
old will, in the course of events, become Ball No.n S n-h Palafox St. if
,
: : ] t Jay.II n lieutenant colonel and be retired 01 no terrors for him. It's easy; to own I i Grad Co r rm\l 0 0in \ a I -Dealer In-

then i N a large death three-quarter! pay.-Exchange. a home now-a-days. Thos. C I Laundry Office. PEXSACOLA, FLA. iiP
how
tell ,
Watson & Co. can you i
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