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.. 38. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 7. 1803 NO 98 '

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-STONE ESlESSACE <- MARRIED IN I VERY ,BAD CHICAGO SUFFERS 'lt 'll: ;





DEN OF LIONSNOVEL PRACTICE \ ,'\ '

VERY INTERESTINGStrike I .' DISASTROUS FIRE


CEREMONY OCCURRED AT -
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Was Most Important I EventOf THE SPARKS SHOWS LAST DISEASES HIDDEN FROMHfALTHOFFICERS. Four People Lost Thier Lives In l

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Its Kind. _ A 4Another The Conflagration. L'I't l '. i 3:1:


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Mr. Emory Goyt and Miss ca-e of the detestable dis. '
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---- -- -- ::: ; members of the Sparks .,"ease-smallpox-was discoveted last I IL j

.GECF A LAW.A i show, were married last night at, ?venftirby health officers at a negrobdiouse '. SEVERAL PRSCNS: INJURED. ED. T. SEA 1 : :
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" COMMISSION 9:30 o'clock in an arena wherein on Tarragna street,
Hotel Story Hostelry .
Somerset an Eight .
:.tration Law Should douched two mighty lions. The near Romana. The patient is a negro H\ .

b ;'1(: tttemer.t: .. of Dif. RESUMES WORK/ beasts seemed to know what was occurring 'who claimed to have just arrived of the on Fire Wabash-Elevator Avenue, Conductor the Scene ELECTED SPEAKER ..>t.1: : J.

c.n Employer and Em. for they became very quiet, from Georgia, and he has been sent

and, other than blinking their fiery to the pest house Several members Saves Money Lives. TENNESSEE DEMOCRATS DIVIDED! "i 4 4ON

Chicago, Jan. G.-Four persons lost
'3:1. 6.The general as- SESSIONS ARE ,BEING HELD IN eyes, they never moved a muscle ot the household, who were attending were
and .
their lives as many persons "
t .ylrar.ia was opened during the entire ceremony the offensive negro, have sneak injured in a fire at the Hotel Somerset HOUSE SKAKERSHIP. 1" o' : f

. 'm today.recent anthracite. strike I CIRCUIT COURT ROOM. The short marriage ritual was ed out and are in hiding:, probably: an S-sV>ry brick structure at Waia :1' .'.:,.1. ,.' ,.'i

if Governor Stone was I spoken by Deputy Clerk B. H. Burton within the city limits. Officers today.h avende and Twelfth: _street, early I Nashville,"Tenn": Jan: 6.- The sea. r.:: ; '

th much Interest. Most Philadelphia! Jan. C.-After a recess in his capacity as a notary pub know them very well, and it will iuiee of the victims, Mrs. E. T. Per- ate caucus of Dencerats Monday .

'. .1 to this subjl t. The over the holidays the anthracite coal lic. Mr. Barton stood within the not be healthy for any of them if ry, aged 85, and her two daughters, nominated and the senate elected Officers 14.', '
,s the strike was the most strike commission resumed Its work burned of as follows: 't ,
but watched the big animals found the 8 and 9 years old, were .
aud far-i caching event of today of hearing the nonunion men' arena anywhere In county. suffocated to death In their room on Speaker' Ed T. Seay, of Sumnerfchtef f .

at ever occurred in the side of the controversy in the great as sharply as he watched the bride Prompt steps toward stamping out the fourth, floor. The fourth victim, clerk, James A. Kirby, of Robertson "J' .

I. that the expenses Incurred Industrial war in the anthracite coal and groom who stood before him. the presence of this latest developM. Mrs. Ethe\Saunders, of 2535 Indiana ; assistant clerk, Edward W. : ; ,

.' ite in connection with the regions during the past year. The from the window ol Thomas of Humphrejs; sergeant at .: ;
The short and the'health avenue, jumped ,,
officers
marriage was but
ment taken .
"S caused by the strike wasf sessions on the commission! in this were floor to the arms-Allen H. Easan, of Carroll; engrossing 'J. .
a room on the same ,
and more. The governor city are being held in the United simple, excepting for the peculiar are' almost powerless to contend street, died on her way to the hospRal clerk >Iss! Graham R. German .; '! d

-. wissape of a law to prevent States circuit court room in the federal place of occurrence. The groom was with* the infection on accountof from Injuries receivedi of Williamson; pages. Pink Mo- :\ 0{

.-bances as follows: building and it is expected that Carver of Davidson, and Alex Barne:*, l 3 I' ,:
attired in evening dress, while the the extremely great secrecy maintained The Injured are: ,
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igment. a compulsory aruuld fully a month will be occupied In taking T. W. Parker, Internally. of Putnam. \ .

,' and should be the testimony of the nonunion I bride wore short skirts, a big hat by negroes who know of its Emile Sauches, cut by broken glass.C. The house elected J. W. Cooper, of i ;. .

> settlement of the diffl- men, the coal operators and the mine and a waist of sky bue: silk. Attaches presence.,,ln every case yet discovered S. Wright man. badly cut about Cumberland, temporary speaker and !, '", ', ),
.n employer and emI workers in rebuttal. When the commissIon adjourned until tomorrow. In the .f. ,
of the show stood near and there has been an effort to conceal the face and hands. ,
a >Jaw is entirely adjourned at Scranton the 1 affett- house caucus today two ballots for Ii 4,
cn'l William Pears, elevator boy,
f i--[Me from the miners had closed their case and the witnessed the marriage. I it, and only by good work on the speaker were taken, and the caucus .'-
ed by smoke anJ cut by flying glass. '
_: upon the strikes nonunion men were engaged in presenting Previous to the wedding, the two part of officers have cases been discovered Mr. Parker lumped. from the window adjourned until tonight On the sec. ;;,. 1'. ., ,.r.'
." r." puulic. harmful to their side of the conflict. ond ballot Seay received 31 votes.Tjson "i n
were central figures in daring trapeze and the patients of a room on the fourth floor to '
.' 'Kt\e to life: and Up to the holiday recess the lawyers quaran and Abernathy 18 each and Jet. '\ '
the roof of a two story building adjoining .J
I a'!. Km-rally; settled for the nonunion men had taken about act, and while the bride was endeavoring tined. ton 9.The. :

o i .'<> ,'-'neVhy three days in calling witnesses who the hotel. He sustained a Republican, members decided ,
> n to make a daring leap to Mayor Jones says he will be the broken ankle and severe bruises. A '.\I'1 '
o i s. nlod! before the testified to acts of violence, boycotting i to support D. L. Stone, of Grainger, .
catch her swinging trapeze, she fell first one to take a stand toward giving short time after It was discover. ,I '
,.i.iau' : :UrnIOF&CS to and intimidation alleged to have lost William for speaker. \
.-.. \Vi 'h''I,1 ( ,'n ;id. been committed! by members of the through about twenty-five feet of all who are convicted of hiding ed that lives had been : t.
Clemons, a porter, was arrested. The r:
".',uorniH to the public minors' union. The 'witnesses heard space and was caught with no great the disease! the punishment explained that from what could Electrician's Narrow Escape. 'r ,
.' mindful! of the rights were principally from the upper region police New York Jan. C.-To be Jammed f rl 1:
I iujnry to herself in the net which allowed by! law. He has demonstrated be learned from panic-stricken guest : I.
'. : and i.mpl.,:,,", .t>i. I In the vicinity of Scraato >f .1\\ ;".in a higb.-r standpoint\ I Wi'.iesbarre.: The session began al had been stretched for just such an his disapproval of this evil the fire originated mysteriously. the ones Cornelius Vanderbilt invent d :1'] ; .}J Jed
awake it is said at
Clemons was {
..'v' f. i h.. rood of society, Pre->' 11 o'clock. The court room was well emergency. As she fell, she turnedon on several occasions, the last time the time and the police will hold are called, to have his legs curled :
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'n nf |in'iJfe peace and lift' aol filled! when the commissioners filed over the axle of the coney wheel under 'Y
her side and one of her hands was Imposing a fine of $50 in addition to him until the fire has been investigat j't
; When a laree strike! is ?*t. in and took their seats. All the prom the pilot and be carried along for .Ii'
.. lacerated: by sharp cords. She continued two months jail sentence a ed. without S l
'I i : our.M-Ius with the inent attorneys were present, except. a upon There were about 100 guests in the 100 feet and yet escape

o ,'nrlIIo1l'"i1/o'rur./ Wea log C. C. Darrow leading counsel foi performing, however, and negro woman who had taken every time. broken bone, has been the experience j.I I Y : ,.
hotel at the
....,! thrni of Louis Hysler, an electrician on J l J ,
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in the
f to miners
an ln'y the who was detained
when she appeared in .the arena step toward putting officers off the From admissions made by demons \ i'
Vernon. Hysler was found -
Mount
i''i! the same iesuts! as wcL I .
\\:1:ti'unt! criticisms; t-m- The first business was the presenta with her choice, she looked none the track of one of her sons who had a it Is believed igniting he caused his the bed fire clothes by accidentally with his logs curled around the axle ,1./, .. 1-I

: I s. without blaming; tion by their counsel of the wage worse for her plunge. I bad case. This punishment seems while smoking a cigarette.It of the coney wheels. His head was I J

: .. I so If'Jrjat! as to statement of several small coal comp. manifested about had the desired first became Jammed back under the pilot Itself. I "
The show people not to have salutary Is thought Mrs. Perry 1 ':
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'.iivn e of these ds-: nies in the Hazelton region. He was In a position that made t'
as much interest in the ceremony as effect, and will be made more severe aware of tho fire and aroused impossible to extricate him without t f rf;

her daughters! the latter, however, ap. :' .i
"),(. insurance of e hil.tr TWO BROTHERS SLAIN. the spectators. They could be seen as the defendants are broughtup. lifting the locomotive: from the rails. : '
been quickly overcome .
have
to .
pears When he was finally removed* Hyslir's j
in all directions peeping the arena, The health officers of both by the smoke, both having been found "
'I:' in the opinion oj f Stirs Wholi left knee was found to be dislocated. ; gt
Record
Toy Guns Deadly: I lrs.1 '
'I when it the and state are determinedto on their beds, while the body of :
I "mmi."ior.for that a State of Virginia. and was over couple city the right/ knee bruised and leg cut. \:.'i i.:

.. ;p.i--'fd hm.tmi: the Richmond Va, Jan. 6.ThE deathof were congratulated all around. stamp out every evidence of this .' Perry lay on the floor near the win He also had some cuts on the fat }I' ) ', U

Inll:('!- on (hildren! to a two boys in the same family with. The temperature was at the freezing disease and should have the earnest dow.The elevator conductor ran his car and body but noa a bone was broken. ,\..";,.'. ,<.:. '"i-

: :iiid fixing the age un1'ii'd in three days f.orn the effects of lockjaw ': 1 I.' '
V < not bo wound point, but people sat uncomplainingly co-operation of every loyal citi to the top floor shouting a warning President Branson Goes East. i', I
accepted. lenultiiiR from toy pistol i .ii
i of the guests from
'. saj q that some addiIP \ bat, stirred up this community. to the last. The least zen. and carrying. many Athens (Oa., Jan Iresidfnt E. t :

t should lie passed for Two !bills introduced in the be the building.The C. Branson, of the State Normal I > v
were said about the show proper may financial lois was not large. 'I "
'. "t children who hai.g house today to the sale ol The name Joe Wheeler is enoughto school who has been for the past few i i. { ?I
pl'ent well for the aggregation's stay in and Although the woman and her daughters sessions .L- 4
": : to work In the faci these signify a good cigar. Try one days in attendance upon the 4' ;
toys.Alfred '
mplojed !in coalar audi' Eueene Edelblut are the Florid be convinced.Big who-j," rshp! hotel!
t .'. l istered at and known about the elation. left Monday for New !!, j I.'f ;
<
stone
quarries. both
slightly
bojs1 They were
r.air.os.
Damage Suit. under the name of Perry I'lwar: l where he111 attend to important I ; ,
I -arty concur in the wounded! with toy pistols that fire Son of MultiMillionaire at Work. Jackson. Miss.. Jan. fi.Judge: Niles Saunders a coachman employed on : ;

".<.s t factory !inspector that blank cartridges. Nothing wat Knoxville, Tenn.. Jan. 6.-HenrjMcIIarg and the federal court officials were in the Southside. declared them to be iness sion next relating June to of the the approaching ) \, .:;,
nt to prohibit a child thought of the wounds until the first) of II. K. McHarg, ol ,
son the city Monday en route to Vicls- his wif e and daughters; and gave the Georgia summer school. :Y!
aje from working a of the boys was taken with lockjaw Wall street has engaged himself as a burp, whore the court term for that names of the children as Bita and Resident Dranson .:; .'. :

1 !'iintile: establishment and died. The other death followed day laborer at the Virginia Iron and division of the district will be in session Margerie. It is believed however, New amongthe York guests which will t1 i'

,I '.J secure employment In Norfolk and other cities many Coal and Coke companies' iron furnace for ten days or more. The docket that Saunders was known In Torontoas a banquet next Thursday Ogle'I, 'A )(
at
>I'I i is and undosirabla fatallti have occurred from the same at Redford Va. lie has gone. I for the term is! quite large and Perry, and assumed the former the Waldorf.Astoria to be '1'

4 cause, and the epidemic of tetanus has there to learn the business. Ills father one of the most important suits to be name when he came to Chicago. the general education board. : i\\;

:a; ,on nf the PcnnsylvaSt caused great excitement. is president of the big company and tried is that of J. G. Cash man et al. The young woman who died In the l J
number of southern educator ;
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a
!s Louis exposition is a multi-millionaire and philanthrop.1st. versus the Western Union Telegraph ambulance and \\'ho was partially Identified be present on that occasion. i .

PEOPLE'S BANK ASSIGNS. : company, for damages in the sum of as Ethel Saunders is now believed 'I:7.1': ;' '' '

I 20.0iio) for the transmission of an alleged to be another daughter of Mrs. ; .
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'>'..Her No Liquor Dealer For Them {'j' 't'
I. To' Be' Adjusted Soon. The Affairs Are Now In the Hand ol Lecture on Typhus. I libelous message sent by ei-Sen- Perry. Savannah Ga., Jan. 6.-The ';
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Scimitar stall Receivers.narnPS'llIe.
Professor Robert ator W. V. Sullivan.! ,
S .. Berlin Jan. thorpe dub obj'-cts seriously to being )' :
; lianola: Ga. Jan. 6.-The People's --
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Miss., gays: lecture here .,
delivered a Sale.
Koch baa Offers Church For '
Iowa's War Governor Injured. the books of the ordinary ,
registered on A .
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: 'a b-r is The bank, of this city successor ta
unchanged.
which upon typhus. He claims this diseasecan Chicago Jan. 6.-Buren R. Sher. New York Jan. C.-The trustees! 01! ani tax (olf-tor as a retail! liquor ri i; '
: ri'uiu established bed the Barnesvllle! Savings bank, .
be combatted successfully through Iowa's is the Madison( Square Presbyterian George 4f :
t man. war governor, lyingat df-aler. This morning
i ( J.\\
':, Heathman, on failed in December, 1901. made an assignment combatted foi .. .
.t' (station as cholera is his home in Vinton suffering! froma church, of which Dr. Charles H. W. Owens, president cf the club, ap'l ', .
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: 4 miles distant today to E. Rumble and A J' :f'
n..way ,
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is the reason that typhus is only contracted serious fracture of his arm near the Parkhurst is pastor have voted to peared at the courthouse and had tho It ; ;4- ., r

: '.1) and mall is bev A. Murphey. by contact with a person already shoulder as the result of a fall on an sell thPlr church building to their registration! charged to a "social club I 'tt. j

.11 N two to three hours Under the reorganization plan tin infected. icy sidewalk, says a dispatch to The Insurance company. The offer will dlspensirg: liquors," and the licenso + ....1;)
ai officers were ap- new bank was to take up certificated i before the church co-oper I. '1
have to Und
Record-Herald from Waterloo. Iowa. go was i."su d under this -Egnation. 1.1 *
.rt Mrs. cox the newho to the amount of $18,000 Jan. 1. This i for approval but this Is regard. '. *,
I( On account of his advanced age and ation (r the terms cf the tax act the special //1
". left last night it failed to do. I An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Oft. the general poor condition of his ed a certainty. The price Is more tax is levied on clubs of this char \ If-

.\.1. Citizens here are Mr. Rumble is one of the largest "Some time ago my daughter ) of which was to '.ij
health, he may not recover form his than Jl.ftiO.000. part acter..Mr.Ow ens wished the prescription l t'
.. nltor: Money and MoiprmentativeB depositors of the old bank. caught a severe cold. She complain. on the northeast corner i
t her chest and bad a injuries.The. be the property to be exact In point of law I 11 >
in
ed of pains
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In the I her Chamberlain's of Madison avenue and Twenty and accurate In point of fact. The l ;
bad cough.
.Y to ti.e! present annoyingit Birmingham Merchant Held Up. gave Secret of Long Life fourth street directly opposite th" '
Cough Remedy according to change was readily made at his re 'In .
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T. Is believed the en. Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 6.-David directions and in two days she was Consists in keeping all the main church. Here a new church will b@ quest. t'. .. '

; .11 : ,e adjust la a short Church a well known grocery merchant able to to school. I I ',J ,I) : ;
._ at W place ol well and go organs of the body in healthy, regular erected. .to _,._ ._.. ._ ; .
was held up have used this remedy my family : : t
.. buslnfeu' oa Avenue ft and Flfteeni for the past seven! years and have action, and in quickly destroy. A GOOD HECOMMEQUATION. jp .

C l' "' street ftt 8 o'clock tMs morning b> i. never known it to fail" says James ing deadly disease germs. Electric THE RIGHT MEDICINE. "I have noticed that the sale of '- M' .

:t : Bunwtt's Vanilla Extract is two tfilte men and ft oefQ>4U bond* Prendergast, merchant Annato Bay, Bitters regulate Stomach Liver and The right remedy: at the right time Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver ; li. ,' ..
r J4 tl'ree of the doubtful West India Islands. The '4. :
11 I. armed, md WM Med to oto b1t Jamaica in, the chest indicated an approaching Kidneys, purify the blood and give iil a friend Indeed. You cannot be Tablets Is almost invariably those ; I 1 -,
rrh costing a few cents pains :
:.. r sate and turn orer tee to tbm &>< attack of pneumonia, a splendid appetite. Tbey work too careful about having the right wbohaveonceuedtbem.! says Mr. i :, It'

i::' :tIe 1., its purity and greatak.it robtgri then diffcuiied eaootlng ia which in this instance was undoubtedly wonders in caring Kidney Troubles, remedy on hand when you need it. J, H. Weber, a prominent druggist j'1. ,! '
: the most econom i objected, tnt off Chamberlain's Female Complaints, Nervous Diseases t
to death but one so warded by i
.iL and It is said by a man of knowledgeand of Cascade Iowa. What better recommendation ; :
.11 bound and gagged) him and tied him td Cough Remedy. It counteracts i Malaria., Constipation Vigorous, Dyspepsia health and good judgment that most bad could any medicine .i. 4i .!., '-j

hit bed on the second floor, and 6 el> any tendency of a cold toward always follow their use. health caused by a bad liver. HE- have than for people to call for it : r '. .

MONEY TO LOANA fire to the house, intending to cremate pneumonia. dealers.Bold by all druggistsand Only strength 60c., guaranteed by W. A, PATICURA is the best liver tonic when In need of such a remedy? Try ,' \ .: :.

him alive. Church wu unable tfl medicine D'Alemberte. druggist, 121 Booth which will liven op tba member in them when yon feel dull after eat- 1ft \ ', 'I'

: L Office ofV.. K. Meris"uth release himself until the flaFeo burned Palafox street. good style and give you a great deal log when you have a bad taste in I .
cake best made. at Pfeifler'sSteam of ; as well as satisfaction in f ,;
:i : Tarragona: street. the cord which held him Fruit pleasure your month feel bilious have no appetite ) .
Y. away Bakery. You can get your houseIw'nished life. Sold by all druggists.We or when troubled with constipation iil .jI .
; my sum of money you Then he ran through the fire to i .iI'lighted :
certain to be de-
and are
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1: : .' the lowest rate of in.k window and sprang out and gaTe the with complete at Mar- will launder yoar spreads for with you the prompt relief which ,f j : I

r C'lU: be assured of fair alarm. The store was burned, with Hot Chocolate ston $ Quina'8 on easy pay 15 cents each and make them look they afforl. For fate by all druggists *- l.t. j' :'
Solomon
1: loss of Ja.OOrt. There Is now c1e"i1 Cream at and medicince dealers. .;
-. d strictly confidential Whipped ments weekly monthlu like uw. Star Laundry. .,. '
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E THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA FLORIDA- WEDNESDAY.. JANUARY- 1dO3.


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*, :ift Aadeal'DeeeratiTe Art. I I -

,=til SAVED BY AWOMAN'S Though it la difficult to say where the w.
J 'Women as Well as Men Tired .
;; So decorative value of pottery and of 'I'
1
I Are Made Miserable by LOVE china began to be appreciated thereis

It may be from overwork bat little doubt that It originated in the _

N Kidney Trouble. the chances are its from an inactive east Ancient Chinese drawings still

, *|;?1 rf' [Original! ] LIVER. in existence show that the process of

I A cavalier In Louis X"'. costume was manufacture has varied but little in the

. f Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis- strolling about among the guests of a With a well conducted LIVERone course of the years and that many coutrirancvs -
.courages and I lessens ambition; beauty,vigor
and fancy tress balL There was something :- can do mountains of labor claimed: as modern European

J;i cheerfulness soon attractive in his without fatigue. inventions have been known for centuries
: : ( dsappearwhenthekIdneys appearance.

,.I are out of .order Whether it was In his graceful figure It adds a hundred per cent to in the cast. for Infants and Children.The .
l In Chinese official annals which
/ or diseased. are
this face was masked or the lightness ones
Kidney trouble has earning capacity said to he pirfei-tly authentic, the invention Kin You Have Always Bought has borne
of his step\ or the air of one to the I the ina.; .
become so prevalent manner horn no one could say, but the It can be kept in healthful action of porcelain Is dated at about, taro of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
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for that a it child is not to uncommon be born fact remained that there was something by, and only byTun's 200 although years Father before the Entrecolles Christian residing era! personal supervision for over 30 r'ars.lIow m ,,,,()

1 y afflicted with weak kid- about him to eseite admiration! to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations
I of an l
in China at the commencement <
,<: =- neys. If the child urin- and curb :ty. Among others a lady "Just-as-gl" but
arc Experiments and
ates too often if the I robed in the p"rol: of Venetian! supremacy the seventeenth century, dates It Ions; endanger th0
health of
r urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child stood 1.Hiking at him, and one sPills before this and tells us in a most interesting Children-Experience against Experiment.

reaches an age when it should be able to could sec interest In her attitude It not manner of the great iwrctlain! The Kind You Have

control the passage it is yet afflicted with in her masl.<.U face. works of King Te Chlng, one of the Always Bought

bed-wetting depend upon it. the cause of most ancient and celebrated of the Chi-
)fay I crave my lady's hand for a 1 Bears the of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first nese factories. He says that hi his Signature
dar.(' ? slid the man to her.
should be towards the treatment of
step TAKE NO SUQGTITUTE.
fewer than S.CUi
time thl'renre no
these important organs. This unpleasant "\Vili ileasuro, replied tie lady in
at work which to the town
trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the e low voice."Come: ovens gave

kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as i ; I't us go into the winter garden A 'D. rth of Change. at night the appearance of one vast fur

most people suppose. ," he said after the dance. "It is It appears that there I is a fceaicity of pace with innumerable chimneys.
Women as well as men made miserable
are -
Insufferably Lot here, and I dislike a small change in the country. Perhaps .
with kidney and bladder trouble Mr. Itoonerrlfi Uxpedlrnt. ,
and both need the same great remedy. crowd." some of us haven't noticed it as much Mrs. Roosevelt has adopted a novel In Use For'r
Over30
The mild and the immediate effect of When they were screened behind a as we would have noticed it if It was Years.
scheme which she make coatr
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold miniature forebt of tropical tries, the anything new with us. A scarcity of by can Twr eo"nu. co. ._. n .u.....st.tt .tw",0" emall
buttons to fairs and bazaars, considering
by druggists, in .fifty- I I. man's : : suddenly changed. small change is a chronic complaintwith -
the demands for souvenirsfor
,.... ; many :
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cent and one dollar I'. ... ",, uu\\.! you know who I rni?" hesaid. some pees le.! Wives with a taste ......
r :.rq; such occasions. Mrs. Roosevelt
sties. You may have a .. .".."W" : "I aui what the: )l.'ghwajman of for {iKK-ktt exploriiiff: have noticed this.It .
sample bottle by mall i I two centuriis ago was it that time. I is noticed too by those who pass sill in each ease send an embroidered t B. >>
I free. also pamphlet tell- name of R..wpRoot. handk.xhief with herj.Itn! card. !! GOfflPflNY)(
do not play i.iy pranks on the road. I the culiectiou plate. IVrhaps it wouldn'ttu
,
ing all about it, including of the
many
thousands of testimonial letters received levy conliibutiojs in the palaces; % of the these cases any good if the mints I 7n' k..

from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer j j:I I'ld- put in a few nights overtime adding \ tom t MANUFACTURERS D r>FAXKK!s l.v'

& Co. Binghamton N. Y., be sure and 1! "AVlirrc youth and beauty rreet to the volume of nii-keU! ant dinies. At I Classified s AarertisementONE \ .

mention this paper.DJn't To chase the glowi::;; hours with flying! the route time that is what they may I L LUMBER LATHS

feet. have to do.-Cleu'laud Plain Dealer.CrnoinuK I ., ,
nuke any mistake: but rev "I'll tror.l le you for that ring?" I f I

member Dr. Kilmer's the riw.imp mine, Kurnmp!Hoot, and Root.the The: woman stood motionless! for ntml' Maria < lirisllna. CENT A WORD. I .J.Lul I I : SAVED CIPHER SfiiKGLEHlriifndhA. !: !( i

address, Kicghamton, N. Y., on Wlr-tlier she WitS paralyze Maria' Christina of Spain is one of -. .
every bottle., from fri!Lt' or teas Teciding what to do the mo-t unconvi'iitional of royal ladies.! i 1-.OS-.1'r.lN.BY -=- PF. .\ FLA.

_. .._ __ could! I rii-v sii-* .
.n. not detected since her fact'wsi She is pleased\ to give audiences to any - - -
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-- :' r-0\'{>1'1't1. Presently! she said: I .\ .'O L Nn,
of her son's subjects however humble.
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THE CALENDAR.The "Listen to rne a moment mid the ring Tl.e; other day a visitor\ asked her for arose I COAL AND WVf\JD.\
-' It is that I MONEY TO LEND on improved
iyours. only lately came out of a big bowl which( stood ou I
calfii'nr tl.at from the walltln real estate, in large or small
to live; in the city. I was I
once a country -
the table saying that she desired to
,
,"-- I'.J! i:.- colorjay amounts at low rate of interest. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA TiGKR TRADr
Ko\v s.fly! drc;>s awl seeds to know girl.: There was a boy In our Village keep it as a memento. The queen was Call on Leslie E. l.rooks.; attorneyat

r It soon must puts nv.uy. a daring, reckless pjiirlt, foreverIn about to hand her one when, glancing I law, 2lM2' B.:: Pulafox tit.: }Fisher THIS WINTER THAN KVE' i'EKCUF
The tare Hint ice adorns its face and had he been soldier
[ mischief. a round the room, she crossed over to building! 3mlm

I i Ha\e And ant shone with tvtSi the lustor lithe w cf time he would have found his vocation. where another vase stood tilled with I'I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW

Tokiy.! sallcsv hue. When he was twenty he In came an ucter. beautiful t=owers. Taking! three delicate !! I' MONEY TO-DAY-Do you Leed

I ren.emlier the day I parted) : with Xipholos roses, she handed themto money? You can borrow any Thompson Olsen & C

. The bulky form that r.mrl..llt" yqitth him when he went on his first theatrical .. her delightedNitor, saying, "These amount you want today on easiest Jr
Has dwin.!ltd by decrees terms and lowest rates anywhere
t Till now i Is sU-tul. frame U swaywliy lour. I had lung before given my came from my own garden. obtainable, on improved city real Manresa Street, Telephone 147.

f < every pairing I1rl" ZI!. heart to the wild! spirit that everybody estate-from Wm. Fisher, 2U4J2! S. .. -
I o'I The woes that came as mouths flew by loved admiral yet nt whllll1 all shook i The riill
t ) And No there li;;.inl in was mute raised distress to (thcck it hangs their heads and said, 'He'll some day The phylloxera did not Invade Italy ESTABLISHED 1863.

f A iueUn"holy wrick.Anil come to grief.' I begged him to curb till 1S79, nine years after its appearance YOU want to borrow money, invest -

his passion for excitement, to study his In France._ {'I) to date ,;jUKJCJI money, insure your property McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
j yet In aU affairs of life procure abstracts of title, buy or
chosen profession to be content with acres of Italian ,'llIdaw1ha\e been de- ,
It e'or has In-t-n c<'pnr,'rn.- what success he was sure to gain on "tru '('<1. and there Is a great demandfor --DEALCK8: : e
f A true and ever present frlcmlTo any description, have rents collected -
_ ''t1' whkh \\..'ve daily! turn,-0.Ko the stage, for he had remarkable talent. American tines, which are phjlloxcra or your taxes attended to,

' .!if: trust by it has I't betrayul; He took me in his nruis and conlided proof. The minute insect is, indeed call on or address Thos.. Watson Sbip Chandlery and General flardioare
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It told lu ,
ner r a
I And to.i.h ?u.-"tion that was asked to me that he feared his love for reckless present in California! vineyards & Co., Real Estate, and Insurance

It jiromily; made rip!}. deeds would kill nil steady effort also but its stings till with sap immediatily Agents Fensacola, Fla. Charges 8O3 AND 605 S. rALAI-'e ST1tI::. T.

j but for sake he would try to avoid moderate. To everyone who buysa
my and no harm is dou - - -.A.G EN ov"" -
1I Through ill th-' season.* It has passed. the one and cling to the other. f lot from us we will lend money
Through w. .'th' r bright and ,drear I with which to build house. 8J-tf REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEHLINQ'S BO.NH Cft !

And it ha'ii II. sled all the joys I "II t' made nltl'rHlte1.t''l' and --- .-. .- -- II GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUB.SEL: A SON'S PUMPH.tern .
That rote :o help| and < h.. r. f.i; Hurt's. Kvt'ry Miece,s was followed I E. W. PEAKE I Ii

Its sympathy it '> r has shown .. by some wild freak, some ilei>erate :identure. Iii tnlorgulemm .venom..... -I crdlU Pasha! Oils, Siztica! lattrsciisU, Chris, /tlnCOMPAHS'S. U2n;
,,'I In tim-'s -if KIf\ or dread. I II' !I ''No.i 30 Fnuth Palafox street keeps --
{ 'w\ \' One engagement sifter another KINDEROART.1'N to'choo1 will hI LOOS. VI O
i
}"orI his i
I' r.i.iuly |iumtt> onTo ,
t' better d.iy- all"lIl.1h1' was caueelid and nt last he wnfutve.1 !' call bellwire* and till kinds of opened at 85; Dat Wright street C. McKenzia 0ertfng Collecting Agent for Bar Pil<)t", Ben v ', i Aelation. .-'
; to abandon legitimate! en.lenot electiicitluppiif.; Have him do Oct. 1 by Miss Margaret Muclay.SlNtf I .
But now UKf IIII II drawing near your work CtIlJJolif : !:{. ,
nn.l gave himself I wholly to"She .
I III..JJC.
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Kcr ( un.. .1'1-|I.' \\'.- Il c't-t i II - -- --
The rait l.ir that thus tuns shown bent her head and buried' lurfaiein | (avu-

: : Its J'rlI'.Hlil'! in the past her hand;. | MrJIcal Society, -sHeal/on I: ---._- -_..-__I.____I_ THE GARDEN SECTION

f j it And in tin. p'a.-, .. wli.re it has hunt! I The ma.sLcd face before h< r looked nt There will be a regular; iri-eting! ell I MKS. SARAH:: UEIUXE-Maiiiifac-

ii t'pon III. iliisty: wall I her with: a blank! stare, rigid n" marble. .he IVnsucola Medical I l fc ciety e. : lurer and dealer in Hair Goods, o pi'oPeiasaoola
Another fn. '
'n.l. with briglittr f '. I
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.. \\ o ir. fully liistull.I'llis" I I'e'll When she stopjud) speaking) ; the man the Hoard of Health 1't1"cf't 'I j Hats. Toilet Articles Hair Oil

'l rI.J .ui-: 'hrullklo'-T-graph.A said: ) clock p.m. Tuesday. Jan 13 and 27.Vhitm '' .- etc, 825) West Uovernineut. .street-- FloridaNear
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1 j "_\t our birth fate marks our courses. ,? physicians arenvited cotdlallt I"' I ,V A 'J.' U.
: to attend. .
t MiKIIOIlKT. | To some it gives the po\ur of becoming DK.W. I -- East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
merchants professional men la C. DFWBEKY, i\LE'n AXXT\ ED-To cal! on I

Prt'hifittDa. doctor behalf of the leading
ou -
lsircrs-all that is honorable only
if
t even un- I.. DfcM. II '
I IPf protitaUe. They sire the 1 fixed stars. I TjiOttf:! LOCKE SeerttarMIDWIKKKY.K. : li-hed firma trade.in the Position biiine3.permanent.E.tnb- I' Beautiful Lots for Sale.

Others uiiint be moving now forward

new backward m-\ 'r snailalways : j,] Stale JioxtwS.experience.I'niladelphiu.Address J3 7-10'. O. 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord

Marling In au nits\ii-vted dire('tiou. !
ing to location and
The take surroundings.
undersigned : thistnethodof
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B They :IJ'e the planet. lU.th follow! the ': W A l'LIJ-Whittl girl or middle
r courses marked out for Dllerink' her services 33 aflMclvs 1 aged woman to cook for family of I
them. Your
i Good Neighborhood j Vieic
licensed midwife, hay 1 three ; al No to do general douse Exceptionally Beautiful ,
friti.d. jour lover w doomed front i
4s ing hnd 35 years; experience.Can | work. Answer by mail stating salary Fertile Lands
High
i his birth. If he could have: beta' saved, i j give bet of references from I' deirtd. Mu-t I stay on prem- I Dry

you would! hate saved: him" leading physicians of this'city. j: i-es. W. F. William, P. O. Box

a "Oh. .Alan had! I not. recognized you I MKS. M. OIUDFNR, !:i 35, city. dGtf I The grandest opportunity for investment ever

11 t once under jour disguise I would! Jltf lIt Konth DoVillierp St. ,!' offered in Pensacola.

i know you the moment you began; tu I I ._- ,- -- SELECT:: board and lodging; : wanted I

speak! Why dawn must by an one unconquerable so gifted bedruggiel !! NEW STORE 1} NEW GOODS 1 wet by young Hill! married above couple.Palafox Xorth-street, i Rome Seekers Should See These Lots

k3le' I d,'fl'l't:" I desired. Address "K," care Daily
I NEW DRUGS j! New. dlSi
t I He stood mute, immovable. He had I] i HAQ V-.Clubbs

I selected his good angel, for robbery. I] i I WANTED-A11 kind. of empty beer
I
+ I His decisions wire like lightning: and bottles.; N. A. Friedman. n'J-tf i Corner Garden and Brit Streets.
like! lightning\ he decided
SI' ; ; that the!
I Ix
White's
WANTED Men to learn barber
i moment he could do so without involving Pbapmacy. I
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,. I !i trade. Steady:: practice furnished
J her he would send a bullet throughhis : free F.O. BK&NT, WM, II KNOWLKS: W. K. HYK.li, JK., J. H. RFEsE
work. Instructions
I by and
The 1lnstrrCunwe.. Tiilo. lira In. It was the woman who still THE undersigned has opened a lectures by experts. Wages and j President. Yke-Fretldant C..!bler, Asi.: "I"'' .'

The lou-\ll right old man but if I hoped. I Drug Business in the Iten-hawbuilding '! shop u Jl'rienc61.I1turd.1:: : 's. Tools !

",\Iln.: try again.; Go to some ('oun.I' : presented, board provided. Cats- !
jou t'vtr mil iiiii I'liln/ wlii-ii iiiiy cif my lOG South Palafox street,

II" friends arc .inniml there going to bo I try steady where life you for are live not know" Live a with a full line of Fresh Drugs; Perfumes logue College mailed, New Orleans free. Moist, La. Uarbtr National Bank

tr'ollbll'-l'hlt-I'I\IlIl'rkalt. years. and such other articles .. .
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\Ut) th'n't'nll
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1. I .\. I. to; ni.2i.il '\'A\'l'lU. j
as are usually in
kept an
". : up-to-date
\ then !Send for me.
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A Ccnrsin Lose
1 Story.i Again there | Drug Hu inesQ. j THREE I men from Pensacola : OF PEK8AGOLA. FLA.
A lo' litur; ;:ia s-wain wrote to"Xcll. :: was a silence.: A tremor j jpassed young
!? 8wl'tlII'Urt our the man then a wave of I We respectfully solicit a share of I and vicinity at once to prepare for 'Ii
: i Positions in the Government D.:&:RkIa'i'A Rk1.
Heri i
rl'lilJluU"II.lS It only a wave? I the public patronage, promiin to
: I'm a-Iovin' of
jou 1"1 that i vice.. Apply to Iutsr-::;tateCorres. Will, H. SNOYYLE3 W. A. BLOUNT. F. C.1RFN'r..V.: F II! V "I i !
)Iar
a I sweetheart for your sake) I give entire satisfaction; both in
cumin' fruit town ycsfr-lay. I lost inj i In-f., Cedar Ripid, la. 12-1.2111''
',\1' mind r.iul !'- in sitter and this! f i- tll\t\ : will make this trial." I goods and price ,, D. G. BRENT.Fiii .

He nio\ed away. Tin re was no one : l-"t)it MAL1o I II
I
f kunthlt I'm anlii' to take izt'ii The i
you ; i> Prescription Department is in '

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To wliidi the sfii.viblt'
t'iil replied asfollows would encourage him with a kiss. lIe who will try hN utmost to pea! =e all |,I liarne-, in good order. Appiy to : ...

: her who may favor him with th ir ori i i 'I ho!.'. Pebley, room 410, Tlne; "John ef .vcr iiiinil's\ set to kill jtreelf put awsiy. I j !j bUild i Il;. j jl\i.7tf |
don't take I'i/rn. Jest lay ilc>\\n saerileiro- said.! and fresh solicit ; STOCK and !ooJ will of the Coiutn- ;
trial
"Farewell. If I we a order.
I a rnilroail track nol-it runtr.. TIll II !I I bla Uanaurctut, E05 South Palafox Germany, France, ,5 qtria, Italy, Holland, t Hpain, Boljrlun, Ru-rla i' Isay
tail! I will send bullet Sf I
a
ycr folks kin sue fir datiia;:;os, and a heart." you ; succeed W. H. White & Co. !! ftrt-tt. Enjoy Rood p'tri>ua;;e. I IRfa 1i\61en, Denmark and other Ciropean countries.Dlebnreed .
,
mebln I'llt l'IIIIuhlltu it tu I lair ons for selling; wi-h to enfjaae -
It:1... four years and six months ,f'Veaaels tlia Most Favorable H.e'l
upon Tern and
uie a winter bat. -Atlanta CVmtitu- i In otter bulne;:;<. Ktairno ,
tlon. after that emitful meeting that Mary I| I'HONES: i|.I lira+? P. O. tox I:1S.: dltj \', Obligations! Taken Payable at Pert of T> p; ii'aUon Ten or Fllt 9I. Ttl

-. lIraytulI received a small )package by !; Day No. 180. Night No. 416 after Vessel Arrives there.

CHILDREN POISONED. one express of two She tokens knew, and that since it contained the the j!j -106. j>-outhPalaJpxStr.et.- A the HAKUAlN finest residence can be had and mott in one desirable of- E'! 'Safoty Deposit Horn' for Rent In Connettlfl
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Many children are poisoned and sf-ctious of Northwest Hill with which Wft hare a Prlwn rtm nt for tleVfl
had !I iKNKK.U FKKNCH 'D
years not yet passed she dreaded SCHKIU: ;
made nervous and weak, if not kill subject t guaranteed le=i-e at fair'for
of R tit ,.
Ie.!>th.. hail received a bullet, au emblem i three Plan house Ar
ed outright, by mother* pivin.* them j I Following i fa the schedule of the years. l' call -
cough syrups containing (iplates.l; of suicide. Tremblingly she took he seen at my office. A. V. Clubh,
and Tar U off the and revealed I I government steamer General French I fn 2w -
Foley's Honey a ife and wrapper a paper ) I'ens'acola.--
I I which THE NEWS for the ,
prints
certain remedy for cough., croup I.'x. She dared not hit the lid for a j i ---- [WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
j i :>en( fit of the merchant who ship :, FOR HALE-lhe: most desirablelots
and trouble and is
lung the only time and only did BO w'hen It occurred I i i :heir goods to the \arioas army in the city on easy term, by

prominent cough medicine that contains to her that the weight; was slight '! ;peats: the FNlur Real Estate Aeency Write IM T for our li n
no opiates or oth r poison; \ There, nestling;; In cotton was some- j I Leave! Pen.aeola.-.__, ... 1:00... m. j I.P., South:: Palafox. 18jlmlt .l"\u o>l irt IlIUJ1I'l1..t.hat '... 11l1 nf al: "Il'1P pre READ .tii
A. D'Alemberte, 121 8. Palafox I I.treet. tllIn'raPI'l't1 in tissue Unj Leaves Karranons.___. ...._'_"_ 7:50a. m. --------- i atoms irt tf'ie fir kiosk tram boo
paper. j I Leaves PickfCB __ .. ....._" t*:>(' ''. m. I ar folding\ it, she held inher hand a L 'avi flarr..ncI\.__. .._....._._. 8:15 a. m. i 1 pta'h..rr r>f a bus of snap "r' i
I gold heart. I Loaves fenfscola ._.......,.M_. __10:15 a. m. BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler I ? or etmt. buir,... lutneof of I'nrlumt tl.haM tbritof
ArrUea iSnrrancAs 11:10 H. m. and i Wi
then pnfuimnitlntkvlimrkrt.
S-lon after a letter came tn'ml:1n I :itte a trip to Fort McKee and then I Spring, Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs OASTOHA. reI I' Condon All I'la'...ano1 r.lI...,t..nllfu, ;
Stlnl.from Australia! the :urns to Ilarraccas. proprietress. the / pnw'ntvFe
g.2 Ib the Kind You HavB 'IS&rr 4wtrii\; :: Leavi'S "rr"nelu '.. _. ... ..... 1:1:1 p. m. comforts of homo at reasona heag.ntwhn., \Lsonllwlrrr.ut51! .
news that lie was a I'ro"p'rutJ" sheepraiser. I Leaves' Pickrna--. .- ..o. -.. ., 1:25p.m.: very -, I "G'rrttata etre a bO-llrrr wilifii.ydr.IMnncr!: ' ut Laves HenfScola. .. .... ble rate Northern tcurUts will '
f1 .. His taknts had made: him \, .o. 4S4lp. m. u re f i r un -
I Leases Pltkcnt .. "'_ ..... .o._.._ 5:15 p. ra fli:d this i an ideal place to spend a Iimr Yf'n'm..rh BEI..I \1'I.a.1. 1'. 1 '.qr'.. j rr'tv.
4'I I prominent aid: he held r.n important'i Arrives Harrancus 5:uh and p.s site my iLcbn,ODd lunmir: K- 'II I ; i .. ," i
p. ni. makes portion of the -eAnn.H. P2tilm .1 Ai .n e.e' la.e eun.r ".,,, .... ...a
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I i under the! goeminent. He did; *rp to VcRveand rttjrn. Slim Lt'LU 1Jr. 'W. (vita. 4rar '..1 H /'iJ.
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PEARL & DO LIVE. n rarr u.cns; Pickir
I to como to him. but left it optional' < via "- --- -- ---- --- rt', r Hia t' ir ,,"p.1 rule apt ITCH iii t1. Wrtl -.1'I
: for PfllHl;ola at 6:ai) p. m. ALF I.-\X. uintri-IU aker. 215 rJ 'i< "fo w'Ie' <11 j'hM OPr P eal' w ; 'I
with her ti permit: him to come to h<:'!'. j m v lom. rat t. n-i *Ih 14. f OT Iluottry *- ,VSALVONA
I The General I French is for armurp'p \ ;, South PaUfox tteet. UfO covt-r- nu' Mr. AO..LS .n r111'(6x. bf< re ma : 0. h...'l Ji Eu D
Call on them at tha corner of Garden She fulfilled! her rnnip.' j ? only and lnyouBldE.-r mutt : fog and rt p'liniisf of umbrella* and
and Alcaniz streets for I ANITA WALSH M'KMGIIT. SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sts. ST. LOUIS, /t0.

carpenter lave a pas from the qumermaster para-cls a fpfciilty. Silk i covers ,

and electrical workor phone C'JO..1 I Try THE NEWS Waal column. I ;) take passage o i Ler. I I always OD hand. j j-inS: i ._.;.:...,..;.!.;.;.....<;/ ,:_:. .., ..__. .; .. ,.. ... .... .









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-_- THE,OAl&Yf4WB I PI! a. cOLA_ _. FLOUOASWEDNE8DAY- ; .. -JNUARY7, 1003.F .

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Letters fromWomen SMALLPOX ,RAGINGTHROOGHIRGINfA I 1't'ft' W. Pfl?Yftft & ftlll i1 I: !f fU. ft ..,. f I


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WHOLESALE ..F--i {'l' it" {


of Kodol are received daily.7f _- Fruits t1e '; : "I
y in: : use Eeturning Volunteers From
cr: "es all l begin with Indige The .
->' nearly .1 ffiggest .. "''f, it ''""
disorder. It
stw.ach
: jj :r Cuba Brought Disease. :
\
c"i Tt! r i yoa eat 'a''s to give strength Produce : "t
; j t it Is because the juices se- 4-"

t V.. .' stomach and digestive organs DEATH NEARLY 100 PER CENT. t

*'r"*.?. ..6 t.e:-s to:fsod transform into the blood.nutrient That prop-is Little Thing 121-129 East GmnraUt.: J S: 0

i fir; -.. The system is deprived of the Two Years Ago the Disease Became Keeps constintly cn hlind and can -I i: \O

,1" .f nJlrshment: required to keep up Widespread Throughout the State I tip{ HI short notic.: Holland Cabbage .
..... ir and the result is that one or I hardhead; Kuta Bagas in 150 ,:.
t.e r.:: '. r date organs gradually grows and Has Never Been Wholly Erad measured by the amount of nutritive value it contains, pound bags, Best; Michigan Potatoes, .: i:

i i the II weaker, until finally It is icated. Red Globe Onious, Extra Fancy 9 -t' i _
Here a great mistake Is made. is the fresh soda cracker. Many people think a Ben Davis, Baldwin. Russet Hub- ;' !..j 4 :,. i

TT f ali-g the diseased organ. The Richmond. Va.. Jaa. 6.-Miss Rob- cracker an insignificant and easy thing to makeyetno bardson and New York Hpies At'1 ) 11
i, i! ., rs in the land make this very bie Yeager, the pretty pupil nurse who pIe, F.orida: : Oranges, Ruatan Co- 'l t. i
r'l'e Viy should they ? It f fW"SM is 10 easy died! at the city hospital In this city one ever succeeded in reaching perfection until coacut?, L. L. Raisins! full weight; !t'. q-il
tiat t.e trsuble is not there. I xas Pecans, Mixed Nuts Mixed 'f. L- 't'r
introduced. To maintainthe '
the sixth to
on Saturday, was person Uneeda BiSCUit were ';"
Candy, Large and Smooth ;
Stick -
die within the past few days of a the best of Candy, White. Red f.i ..1. ,
quality of Uneeda Biscuit requires Kidney and !' .f
Kodol virulent form of smallpox which Is Lima Beans; ; California and'jr.. ,
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traced directly to volunteers returnIng everything-wheat, flour, baker, and bakery. pinia: : Black Eye Peas, Virginia Pea. t ::. ..

from Cuba. nuta. Chee, Butter, extra fine, in .i: $ y
Another nurse, Miss Carr, at the city Uneeda BiSCUit furnishes every element necessary 10, 20 and 30-round packages; Beets, lit 'f\
Cures d ea.s'and her con. Hore Radish, Cotton Setd Hulls in f' 1.-
hospital has the and above all they fresh and '
I v to bodily vigor; are ack, Cotton Seed Meal, Best shorts 2- '
fiitlon Is considered critical.
-. r, --:1 puts the! stomach and clean. This is due to the In-er-seal Package-the and Pure Bran. '. i' 'r
I About two years ago, when a great \ "
condition
in a healthy so To arrive tOthy, ECO boxes Indian .
t. :a is sent coursing through many of the volunteers returned from package with red and white seal-which protects River Oraiizes.! Will te sold at '$ :

-.is of every muscle tissue Cuba, a disease became widespread them from the air moisture, dust, and other thingsnot once. No fancy price f ,1
I
:t organ of the en- Send in Orders
every Chrougbcut the state, and has never your Holiday at ; t tI
Nature's law of health full been wholly eradicated.: best to mention. There's a world of worry, work, once so they liny have careful at- .'- 1 ;
-r .3: soon restored to each. tuition and packing and before
.j'istion! dyspepsia and aI: Local physicians in many: Instances I skill and care in making a soda cracker like5c I price advance.fiTShipii5. .\:

called: it C ban Itch. but in every !: yr>ur Turkey, Eggs .q; /;', i

K -.11 1 far nearly two months '' case where a physiclon of the state I aim t'roducenudrtbtsttiL.ttiratIO; j .f.

a:.i it is the only remedyf board of health made a diagnosis he prices, :
fi -m the terrible pains I I. '
r a time I would take it but pronounced It smallpox.cautioned that the disease ( UneedaBiscuit r itNo. '.
People were Geo. \\l\ Pryor & SODS
j. i.. v. while I keep a bottle was liable at any time to take t :
-: r.;'.d It, as it has cured me. ,
., ,. -EAUGH, Milo Center, N. Y. on a virulent form, and this probably ) :m
has been fulfilled. T'lt'pWIII' 29. \ ','
Kodol Digests What You Eat. ---a '
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Recently a man tamed Stone was i ,
i. !t.r': Se! holding:!! 2'* times! the tral! suffering ) '1 ,
In the hospital
taken at city :
,
:e. .hich! se s far SO cents. .
fnputa by E. 0. DeWITT & CO., CHICAGO i with another disease. He developed .i"> ,.'
i fmallpox. He died and there have .
I
I1IA'1 ; I
been five other deaths. tt
'
: "I t pardHarris' Pharmacy :
:?.: lt7zu.Boy I, The saddest: of those was that of

Miss Yeager. a young and pretty pupil NATIONAL! BISCUIT COMPANY

nurse at the institution. She nursed ,.

Deserter Held. I Stone contracted the disease died ( WHISKlf:' I T

i buried In the potter's field. IL f
and was
'I 'n+'ry. Ala.. Jan. C.-E. I.. : 4i .
i None of her people, who live in Cul-- I .
Oranges NT. C., under arrest >
from pepppr county, knew that she was r
.esf-rtion the navy, had 'a:
II lick until the announcement of her Cbla .e Jaitlce. Imagination and 1110t'''". Adi Ire.
Inary hearing Monday and }
I\\"f'd bail until Jan. 15. when death was made to them on Sunday. The China Times relates an extraordinary An 1lIll'fI'StllIl'XIIl'l'ilIl'lIt was recently "Then you are not out" of those who : :

log! will be on the facts. Ha In other parts of the state the dis- case of Chinese "Justice. made by an English I physician alh-iSt' a young; man t.) keep out of polYrl.iinly = = .

lie only 17 years of ease has been as deadly, the death A Mr. Jen was betrothed to Miss la reference to the icl.itue jtower of itics't" : ;u. H
age. 'j
being nearly 100 per cent. Han and paid his money to the wo- imnclimtion of the two sexes. Hi gave "( not:," unwt'I'I'l'nator _1 J I ,

IItnens Dispensary Profits. I man's parents. Then he called on the to a hundred of his hospital patients Sorghum. "Tryliw to get in and not "

Oa.. Jan. C. The Athenauricsr '"PEGLEGVAMOOSES.. parents to hare the contract fulfilled a dose of swtttencd water, and shortly siu-ee 'diK is what costs a man money =w 'i : ,

the past year did a.. and was told that the promised one afterward entered the room apparently and causes him llhII'IJUiulllil'ut"- .

n execs of the business : Huntsville Planters Make It Too Warm was the bride of another. greatly agitated, saying: he had, I by mistake Wa>hliijrtott Star. "

::9 > ear, the profits for :: For Him. Having paid his money he considered administered a powerful tmitic. i ; ,

IlZ' to $22.0CC.27. as Huntsville, Ala., Jan. C.-The planters he was entitled to the girl antI went In a few minutes four-fifths of the subjects One Muni> Iii.Tlrn(-... L.
.vi-r $lS.ni:; llll for 191)1. : of this county have been sorely to her husband's house to carry her \vtro affected l'3the supixised !'juIJt.toll-ls it true that married Physicians prescribe it I ,.

.\ t.e ilividoJ between off, but the was not at home lie then emetic. These were mainly men while Wfln.11 their hu Li11ds'I.t..lt.ts .
troubled by labor agents! for several g"o through: > i for their most delicate 1 1i
4 r: ..' county in the pro weeks past and when "Pe, leg" William laid his ease before the niiijristrate. all of those not ufftt.tt.iltrc women. ? ."
.. The girl was arrested and sentenced i patients. : ;
0( rU U. Ol.f. *. the noted labor ajrent was \\ 'dwly-Mine tl'iesn't.Sligletouii "
to IK "kua-ed," the magistrate ruin}:, Where I.irorlt-r (irsvi. ; that sol I t :
: i caught! on the streets here last Satur- OLD and PURE. i i.j t
Row .
r ? 'n Newspaper "Ifou are so wicked at twenty yearsof On the banks of the Tigris and the W.htly-It Is. Whl'lIhe get to '
.1.11.. -: .\ fire at 2:30 j fay afternoon he was invited to a For Sale byDannheisser j .j
age. at the ace of eighty you will Euphrates the licorice plant Ichit fly the 1.ltOI1of them, bIle stops.-Chicago I !'
i conference. Just what occurred was
('aa>i> >tr>"> t. threateniiw be n menace to the Celestial! empire." grown. These: great rivers flow through News. '
I to the public but Williams Bros. .
I not given
1'1 \\ d,'.t tt spacer The process of kua-iujr is very similar flat treeless prairies of uncultivated "'

'i :.: work ur tno! tire de. left town on the first train. i to the Iin -cl1ih, or slicing to death and nearly uninhabited land l-'ur three In a (Jiinmlarj. I I f.f: :

i\. il I \loh t h.' morning: Two or three hundred negroes have punishment. mouths of the year 'hut winds How! Jack-I'm nut up oa these thins.8uPl'I."e __ _: ., t

l' 011.1 t'u: Ktcnltm itt-m from been coaxed away from the state ancpent and the temperature reaches in I tiegic.'s. a fclrl sends you a very beau .\ fc

'"f: III The Tim"s.l.monat. Mississippi In the past few The Population of the Moon. tiful and artistic jit'iiwljierTomYts. .if 1': ,

th} -,inii -ijuaru, was uciLJure.J.: The weeks and the planters will deal There is plenty! of authority for believing For six months of the year the climate I. -1-1 :'j;J
.
ploll Ki.d Just n the moicfn! ,;; papers roughly! with any other labor agents that there Is a man III the moon. ; : Is moderate and salubrious, and I Jack-Will iin> fin! hurt If you spoil I

r. '" '".* :F,U.'(! In th foiir.tory who are caught here. In fact, there Is 1 authority for believing I for three months bleak and wintry, the its npin-iirance l by u:>iiis; it or will she I Mr'f1; J.! : ,I ,,

A. v o.-Taliluhuifnt! of \Vinr.nVldtth \ that there are women and other animals thtriumuctvr going! down to0 degrees fed hurt If you don't?-lironklyn Ufe.By !: ,: :

,h was ninipli-tvly! destroy- :, The Address Completed. : tlnve. Haute tli-clares that Cain at night.
1 _ _ I l ; :
1 r 1.- r--ayicp: : jli office and the Denver, Col., Jan. G.-The sub-corn was; bntiNhi'd to the moon and that he the time a man gets old enough ,
< mittee of ten appointed by the Demo- Roth Danjcvrou "
!. wv.-p both oonsulerablyRiort : can be wen there at any time. Chaucer to talk well he has learned the valueof ;
I.",, Rbout f 5.WlA. i cratio! state central committee to di-cliirt's that the man In the moon was "III. Ur'ir Jake, what struck you? not talking; at all.-,Chicago News t '.

dratt an address to the public setting !guilty of Im-ony and that he carries n : You look like you dune had a tussle ; '. !

of | forth the Democratic side of the leg thorn I.u"h. shakespeare loads him v id a il'cat." .
Appraisers
Filed. book for "
Out Fever.
.: I I' --ois; ,:o. Jan. I-\rcordinl; Islative controversy has completed with thorns and gives him a do;?. According "I ha<. I lie>' my las' cent in <'r (: ,j .1.' :

;. ,;it of the appraisers! !. ;, the adJress. It charges that contests to the general version, he was poker game las' night, en when I git Biliousness and liver dUorde tar \ ,,
apM.at. 1 were begun at the instigation of luiiil-hotl there for gathering sticks on home Iarth'un she git me inter an- this season may be prevented by \ ..
> the value of the late the with DeWitt's ,
cleansing system ,
; former Senator E. O. Wolcott. and Sunday and the (;Sermans have amplified uddir! poker game tn skin what wuz \
Tilr.: has been fuel! In the Little Early Risers. These famous : Ii.
that large: sums of money have been th'is thw.ry by fAlihim a wom Lf. -Washington Times. ,
: I for the county clerk' little pilU do not gripe. They move : "
r '. 'A is worth $2,43c\S70.: HA ': ?;>ent In the accumulation of false or an who had been caught churning but the bowels gently but copiously, and .

'. 'ACrtUiIiPil in :' distorted testimony in support of thei ter on :Sunday.A:; l..t ry.I'o'try by reason of the tonic properties, 'I'. "" r
an auto is not n.ade out of the understanding. .
.t i.t m Paris. i contests. It is declared! to he the L'lve tone and strength to the glands .
: The question of commonsense When Santa ,; ,
duty of the Democratic majority In lucky Customer. Hargis' Pharmacy, John riheppard, Claus '
I is always, "What is it good for?" Kahn.
: the senate in case the Republican representativrs "I had a unique but tantalizing experience :- Kidney '"1 : j ;
:. Insist upon a wholesale the uthc-r day," said! a clerk I It Is a question which would abolish! jo.

J :r'it unseating of Democrats to prevent a who works In a hair store. "A man I, the rose and be triumphantly answered \\fANTED-Master Ship Fitter Arrives I ,.; ,1.

'tIr. Joint session of the two houses' and came into our place and asked to look!;: by the cabbage.-Lowell. \ \ (outside), fa04 per diem. An ; .1

'.. thus make it imposible to elect a Republican at some false beards. Of course he was examination will be held at the You can welcome him with cheer ,'I"J' ,-;
*' cn erery ho-c or tho grnulne One inalitr Frequently Larking."I Yard Penacola Fla. January fulness and !
United States senatorS The accommodated, and he spent over an Navy brightness when your ,1
\JH. l c fltornOQulnlneT&b1et9 address hour going over the lot, trjiiig them on n you It-Hove! that egotism and 13, 1903! to fill the above posi home is illuminated with gas. i f 'II
pregented to
was a caucus .
that turvn a coU la one dor genius go together tion. For application and further
and examining: himself In a glass He I The holidays should be t :
of Democratic senators, but it is stated ; I -Not always. There would be a lut information address "Commandant, cherry, and ;

it was not indorsed by them. took up my time, and after he had examined more genius if they did."Chicago Navy Yard. Pensacola! Fla." WILLIAM for your- dining room, -your .parlor.. -. .; c."_
everything in that line In the Record.Herald. I H. MOODY, Secretary:\ of the hall or bed room, there is nothing ,. t '

: ,i nvgvvI } : Brunswi k'. Mayor Sworn In.flrunswick. store he thanked me and said he was I I I. Navy. 310n2w I like the fort, rich light that radiates :, ,f.."
considering whether to raise a beard or from good( ga'. If you are not con ;1
'
I Ga., Jan. 6.-Mayor A. I Foils a Deadly Attack. i
not and wished to see how he would I nected with our pipes Fend us a postal : .
J. Crovatt inaugurated Monday at look In the different styles." "My wife was eo ill that good or telephone us and wa will have l t,
noon at the city hall, as were also: physicians were unable to help her," Herring Bros., your house lit up by Xmas, "

I NICK'SI I the four aldermen eieetad on Deeem writes M. M. Austin, of Winchester, J; 4\1'
I A Witty Itetort. (JOULDIXG, \ ,
ber 9. J. E. dullll Ilon, T. Newman, Ind., "but was completely cured by .
As Is generally the case with people Dr. King's New Life Pill"" They Have Pnacola
Gas
I.. A. Robinson and W. R. Dart. The specially constructed Wagons Co. II: .
only change in the council, however who have nothing to say worth hearing work wonders in stomach and livertrouulp for the removal of dead animals ,, ..
.. a conceited drummer talked a Cure constipation, sick from the city limit, '
will be the and Alderman Robinson \ 25 and 27 E. Garden ,
mayor St. 1
.
P.ns.cclaFlg t
I great deal, to the evident disgust of a headache 2oc at W. A. D'Alem- Will remove dead horses or cows for ; !
: U BUT and Alderman Dart, as duBignon number of Us drummer friends who berte's drug store 121 8. Palafox One Dollar each. ._ 1' ....
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and Newman are members of the were dining at a country hotil. When street.If Address HERRING BROS., .

-- present council. Considerable Interest cheeseas served It was of a decided Or leave order Gould PROFESSIONAL CARDS. '

-. ;J is being manifested in the election "lively" brand much to the delight of 135 East Intendencia street. -. .._ ; :
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you wish to purchase Christmas 4
of city officers on Thursday night. .
lIe attacked It with :
)
_J the irrepressible. presents for children, do not W. C. ROWE M. D.
c For several of the places there are your i r'
.JS .J- :
great gusto, remarking, "I'm like Samson II fial to call at Mrs. John F. PfeilTer's, DR. KING'S I t,(,
DAILY two or three candidates, and some thousand! Office: 17 s. I'mUfos. I
MENUS slaying; them by the No. 211 East Intendencia street. i I 4 J .
r *. :I very interesting: contests are looked "Ves," replied! a quick wilted diner at TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR Hoari from fJ) to II'J: a. m. and 1 tOlpm > 1. j

eto l .. all the Up-to- s for the end of the table, "and with the IT :1
M1 7 o'clock
Cto D.> Di-tie' the MarI ?: I same weapon too:" E. W. PEAKE, THAT COLD. i JI'.J' ';i -...
-hono !
I -. ', '_ the World 3A'Jord. =, I Forty Years Torture. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. GO. ,. JI; I.;.
I Electrical contractor and builder, $
b I To be relieved from torturing dis An Alternative."Xow Cures ConsumptionCoughs t ..11'
:.. said the professor of will do your electrical work in first- JOHN S. BEARD, iY : : ,
ease after forty years' torture might then,
::1 cs. 1 I I' well of logic, "give us an idea of your knowl class style and at reasonable rates. Colds, Bronchiti?, Asthma, ATTORNEY-AT-LAV. :1'11'i'
cause the gratitude any one
edge of the question in plain wuds.VhyerJ'm ." He can be found at 30 South Palafox Pneumon iaHay FcverPleu- l;1
d That is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel Offices '
Phone 203. 309
street. Thiesen "t
h Ladies' stammeredthe Building. i"'
Private 2* "\ afraid Hoarseness
: Salve did for C. Haney, Geneva, O. risy, LaGrippe, Office ,':.' ,fl r
. b1. g student, "that I can't Just exactly Hours-8:30 a. m. to 1 p. m. .
> I Dining Parlor.jt f I He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel Sore Throat: Croup and 'f; i ";.- .

:-. I Salve cared me of piles after I had "Perhaps then you may give us an Whoopbg Cough.: 2:30pm.t06:30p.m. t. ,; ; .
CASTORIAFor Practice all
state and
federal '
conrli. .
4 I suffered forty years.' Cures cuts, I Idea of your Ignorance: of It In any old NO CURE. NO PAY. All bUlnl'n entrusted to me tlUI receive ;.t t.1 n,. :

burns, wounds, skin diseases. Be- 'Words.-Phil\t1elpbla Press. Infants tad Children. Pnc 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. prompt and dilIgent attention. p'j-( !, j .- '.
'
cj. Regular.Dinner Daily. ware of counterfeits. Hargis' Phar- Mother Gray's Sweet Powder for The Rind You Han Always BougN '; ,,< ',. i

tj.. : macy,John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. Children. .o=GOLA=o. : ..,\
-=: ANTALMIDYThese
Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse In Bears th.ILpkfre*

c"- "'1".'"'H'-tl Onlcrs. NiKht Promptly JJ I I Solomon's.Try Gnnther'a Candies at lbs Children's Home In "ew York Cure e of kw tiny Capsules are superb'4to Grist and Corn |Beal Mills, ':!: t :t.

or Day. feVl'rlshnell, Bad Stomach Teething Din- I .Baliam got Copalbs, i. f. COJlZflLEZ & CO. 11 ':-, '
Prop
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CARPENTRY AND orders,more and regulate the Bowels ni: 1 Grbebi I and'.::Injections.I M1t I' <:,:>\; i., '

H mft:: Good (0 Eat Destroy Worm Over 31.90() testimonial NOTICE. I They cure in 48 hours the Manoractcreri fi .' It', .

-'.",'" Una it at ELECTRICAL WORK Theg itererfail. At all druggists,25c. Sample I have been authorized to take same j..r.thI'.Jt any n.yn-, CHOICE MEAL AND PCIIE OIIOCRD JI. ; I
FREE. Address Allen 8. Olmsted, LeRoy STOCK FEED ffI -
subscriptions for Wm.
JenningsBryan's e.ae 101 11 a' 'I i IW.GCISTI ,
S Nick Apostle'sPopular M.Y. "The Commoner.The PatronlM Home lodoitir for tbere it t
I paper
Dolive G60
Pearl &
Ring up phone ,
I -= nary reason yon should bayjoar Meal an4 '
b if you have any carpenter or electrical price is $l.,00 per year in ad. Block feed from the Home Mangfactorer, ..it'M'> >i f \
Restaurant I work yon want well done.I It Keeps the Feet Warm and Dry. vance. Those desiring the paper for byio doing 700 encoarai tome Indoi- fl% '
Ask for Allen'j Foot-Ease,a powderIt can have it sent to them by seeding try. Your money U l.rUD the community ;If t J
to-day '
!lair. and you In torn are Indirectly beneBt I JIIIIIIJII.ll will repair your watches and; I caret ChllblalnllIlrollenlIlreatlnglIore $1.00 to the undersigned. JPARKER'Sessm ,0.. ., IDfoiterlof the home manufacturer rodontrtbntetotneeaateof :4-j 11 ,

.., ., jewelry In first-class style. J. 3 Aching, Damp feet. At all druggists and H.M. ROCHE Color. labor. Yon ow. H-. .
! ,, \, f\\ Care Daily News. .&...... totbeeommunltylawblelmyoa live Ic4 k ,9 1.
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i, THE DAILY NEWS ''PEN8ACOLA. FLORIDA WEDNESDAY- JANUARY 7,1803

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J Y ; THE EAST ENDDEMOCRATS ( AMUSEMENTS.S3S3S353SZ ca asaca4acat: This is what Ayer's Hair Vigor does: Strongest in the World. .



; \ 3SBS253S35&r. Restores color to gray hair, makes the hair The Equitable

hatred at the Port omce at Penueol,

yifct-Moond-eUi* matter. -- MRS. LEMOYNE LAST NIGHT. grow, stops falling, cures dandruff. LowtU.JIM.-

"nCEP1tt'. Building, 2U4 Bonds life assurance
f Jaloz street, op-itairi. Last night a general good time Despite the frigid atmosphere of i". ----- ----- Society
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: THE NEWS PUBLISHING CD. was had at headquarters of the East, last evening filled, a the crowd Pensacola which opera comfortably NOTES OF NOTABLES.Dr CO TO E. W. PUKE'S, Of the United States.

End Democratic club on the occasion -I witness Palafox for 11EMIY B. HYDC, Founder
house congregated last night to No.30 South street, your
Terms in Advance. R. Cutler, who died at his
Invariably
: Henry
electrical work. He is prepared to
of the club's regular monthly the by Mrs. Le-
performance
,i .aa Year by Mall____|500 I(I. {some in Swampsooit, near Boston the do you a first-class job at moderate
;i 4tx Mentbi ,. _-.._ ,260 meeting. Hon. R. P. Reese, C. R. Moyne and her excellent troupe inMcDonough's other day, organized the first boy choir prices. Phone 203.
.OM Week,by Carrier Payable Monday 10 creation of "Among Preliminary Statement, Jan. l. ,9,1, .
MaOee, R. A. Credille and others in this country.
!. JHnrtiii Rates Furnished o* Application the small number Those Present." There was not one 1 King Charles cf Koumania Las a MEAT & MALT has a marvelous Outstanding Assurance,l,2yom> r,.,.,
delighted present
I dietetic value. While andpleasant
who left the house at the conclusion! crown fashioned uut of fcteel from a to take, it helps refreshing assimilation Income ...... .... .... .". 6 .
TELEPHONE NO. IIS.PEI8AOOLA with outbursts of oratory, and at the of the play who did not feel amply Turkish cannon eapt tund at the battleof of food. Sold tA..f\l

4 conclusion of the Fpeech-making repaid for both time and money, for Pltftna in the Turko-Uuian war. byDANNHEI6SER BROS.A Sew Assurance..... .. :;; tt 1 "-t l

some of Frank Maura's appetizing I the attraction was all that could be.. Uev. Thomas II. Lewis has the rare Assets............ .... ... 36,
(UN I.BEL> surrounding : distinction of being president of two I "U.I...vI
chowder served in expected, and the cast Guaranteed Cure for Pi'cs.
was plenty. I in for as collides! at one time the Western Mary- Assurance Fund and
the celebrated actress came Blind
Itching, Bleeding or Protruding
About two dozen people were in at laud and tie Adrian of Adrian Mii-h.; :
much appreciative comment almostas Piles Your druggist will refund your all other liabilities... :;& L"b, ,
tendance.It Mirza fihulan Ahmad, a holy wan of money if 1'AZO O1MMENT Jails to cure "
JAI 7, 1903 did the little actress herself. A Gurdaspur Punjab, claims to be the you. SO cents. Surplus .... .... .. ... ... 75; kllM, )
had been expected that the notable feature was the plain and
Messiah and promises that those who I The best and largest assortment of Tbe largest increase ever mad .
articulation of Mrs. m ai \ ,
would have correct LeMoynewho jt
"STATE uniformity" in text books speeches a bearing upon t.eieIn him will not be attacked by fireworks of every description can be j in the history of the Hocivtt

tot the public schools promises a the coming municipal campaign,but impersonating "Mrs. Clinton, plague.litorjre. had, wholesale and retail, at Mrs i

means of permanent relief from the that interesting topic was entirely the whilom leader of New York's K. Stuntz, who first discovered John F. Pfeiffer, No. 211 East In- |''JAMESV.: ALEXASI ER. Pr;,;i-f.-' ,

exactions of the school book publishers "smart set," was at herself at all iron la northern Minnesota, died tendencia street. JAMES H. Ih'DE'icePr, -,,- ,,,,
avoided by each of the orators. ,
-whether there il or Is not a times, and she! was indeed charming at I'uluth recently in extreme 1 jxtverty.although Hot Chocolate xcith
as she essayed the difficult role his diM-ovcry resulted In mak-
trust. If, after due investigation of REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP.A Whipped Cream at Solo I I
Ot of the leader. i injr j millionaires out (.f a score of other
Its workings elsewhere the legislature I mon's.
Little Bey's Life Saved. : Stage settings in the play were no- m'n.nuC.oo,1. | OOWLES BKOS.,
i convinced that as a remedy
kJ *
i f it is worth trying, it should adopt I have a few words to say regarding I table.! These were especially so in p.nd a C.son Cain of (Representative.f the United! States Cain Why pay fancy prices for furni General .\ "IIf",

1j uni- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy It the first part, as everything ii entirely army ture and house furnishing goods
to the l
the system in response of Ola hay the tit'ifial; copy of the 309 1 H. Palafox St., PEXSAi
Tereal demand for relief. saved my little boy'a life aud I feel ,i original; aud up to the top notch. treaty Iftueen China and Japan after when Merriwether, at 111 South : <111.\>

- -- that I cannot praise it enough. I :I I the w.r (.' 1S'.M: xvh!ch he secured in Tarragona street, will sell you what -

1 I THE Gainesville Sun a-ks Sacrer bought a bottle of it from A.E.cifiere LADIES FREE TO-NICHT. :I 1'eking.Itatld. you want at your own price. TIll:

r tar) of State Clay Crawford how he of Goodwin, 1 8. D., and when I got II I Lnwenhurs; of :\urfulkt... I

t wouli like to swap jjbs with the hardly home with breathe.it the I gave poor the baby medicine could I Ladies under will the be usual admitted conditions free tonight of ; has been l:1I1.-IOWI apiwinUd Tercentenary director ;general exposition ofthe I The best: and largest assortment of JA: CGna Y ;; Y c

secretary of New Jersey! whose annual as directed every ten minutes until'threw f I : toys at.d fireworks is displayed at ill1tIiole
accompanying a person with a paid I to IIC held in Norfolk In 1!"!Ii tocommemorate
income from corporation fees up" and then I thought sure : Mrs. John F. Pftiffer's, No. 211 East
: The other will the foundation of the
30-cent ticket. prices .
dollars he to choke to death. We ..ale
is more than half a million : was going Intend nci.1 street. and
3, If Florida's laws for the creation and had to pull the phlegm out of his be 10 and :20 cents, and a good play i i- I I colony of Virginia at Jamestown. J Id-tail Grocer*.
mouth m great long strings. I am promised. The bill tonight is "Downthe i R-v. Jlrn"s Outram, a noted :Scottish:
like
a'tt control, of corporations were I I positive that if 1 had not got that Slope," a sensational comedy mountain climLir. who has been visit\ OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S IUL\DgUAK1Kis:: Ki:
i
of New Jersey ofnew I
promoters bottle of medicine
;M those cough; my boy hug unexplored districts of the luckyMountains
t,II3r corporation schemes would I wjuld not be on earth todayJ OEL l I' drama founded upon a story by the i in nrilfch Columbia, sajshe Family, Fancy and Staple
: DiMuNT, Inwood, Iowa. For sale only Bret Harte. This play is exclusively
of them- i Fine them.
doubtless take advantage discovered; on Mount Columbia a oysters today. Try
by all druggists and medicine deal- owned and produced by I III I SIC Al'OSTLE. < Groceries
and pay the price."OOYEIL'IET trijrantJc;: glacier covering: 2iH t ) square fc sand
ers. the Hoyt Company,and is, said to be I I
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; by injunction"hadl j a powerful one. The usual specialties I miiis.P.loodgood the Island All Kinds: of Up-to-datt- .' v
I Cutter Long
,
.1 Goods!
a fearful fall in Tampa the other i OUT TALKED will be interspersed, including I "farmer poet' and one t>f the Innocents EVERY ONE KNOWS
I I I We are Sole Distributor
McNamte illustrated and Mark Twain fill \V.'
,<1i day. Lawyer representing the songs perform- I who accompanied Florida for the Celebrated C af,
;' '", stockholders in a local labor pa- THE MAYORHenry i ances by the team of Meluottes. A :I and his brood abroad on the ship ()uak- What a beautiful stock of Monde Coffee, Sweet: Home :MI, ..I"c.

per, procured an injunction forbid matinee will be given Saturday er City has just sold the old house in sea, Illini and Climax Flours l U tyi -

ding its editor from publishing a which he was born in 1S17 at LittleNeck CALENDARSwe .,(: Delicatessen, German-A'mei; ,\ :.'

editor i'HI.'a) lo Live Lrtng. :\. Y. Food Co.'s Canned Meat, Etc. AU
editorial. The wily .
certain Well
carry. we are now closingall
of the Nichols, who said he was a The startling announcement of a IIar\ey Logan: the Montana train of which are sold bv all flr-t-t.as.
changed the nume pa-
,
simply Retail Grocers
of them out at half price. Thereis in the city
and the obnoxious article respected "collud Baptist preacher"of Discovery that will surely lengthen robber, vas recently given ten sentences I
per published life is made by Editor O. H. Downey nsrgn-satin: ; ; ICO::: years. Eight!: no nicer New Years' gift for a in the new paper. Now he is Alabama, was an interesting de- of Churubusco, Ind. "I wish to sentences are for fifteen years each tobe I

to be proceeded against for contempt. fendant in the police court today state," he writes, "that Dr. King's I served concurrently, and two sentences friend or relative than one of these -- ---- -

Tbe lawyer should have asked for a and he put up such an impassioned New the most Discovery infallible for Consumption remedy: that is 1 !i I are f<.r the years {each to besen beautiful and useful CALENDARS.We :;. DO YOU KNOW

receiver.- ----- ----- appeal for his "injured" rights; that have ever known for Coughs, Colds I!I ed concurrently.KKKI'S are also closing out all our Holiday REEKMAN LUMRER CO. tnv.

t A from New York and Grip. It's itvaluable to people : stock, consisting of Fancy a large stock of dressed studJi
RECENT special
the mayor was inclined to be merci with weak lungs. Having this wonderful '' HIS FAMILY: WhMi. I
states that "millions of dollars were I: medicine no one need dread'I II .I Boxes, Album, Celluloid Novelties, and joitGet their prices h..f"rLu'illg.
ful and sentence the If if.
suspended on you are feeling out of sorts, .
lost in coffee last year." A further 'II I I.I Pneumonia or Consumption. Its relief circulation or your digestion Book'a"s, Etc., at half price.DOE'S dl6-!.
your
,IWh t reading disclosed the fact that no preachtr. I is instant and cure certain." \\ !I J,; bad, you ought to think fir tabout I I -

collee was lost aud no money was Nichols committed a terrible I A. IVAleiuberte, Ul riouth Palafox your liver. Probably that i is all thatis Don't forget to buy til,-
;;street guarantees every GOs. and 1 1.00
,j lost because of any failure m the I breach of the public peace and bottle, and give trial bottles frea. provides wrong for with the you.best HKPATICUItA health possible: r BOOK STORE baby one of those nice little

coffee crop; the "losses" occurred in I quietude of the city yesterday ,hen ', and will answer all your need If I Rocking Chairs from Mai
the course of wild speculation in tf-PORTLANI CEMKNT; at want real health the.
good
you keep
+ "collee" which had no material I he solicited money from a police ,; $2 M per barrel. A, V. C LUIKS, : liver right, and there i is nothing ;:1 NO. uis !snrni t'Ai..IFO5T1tII.T: stan Quina's.. u0 ', (lIrl/

existence. Ho, in the gambling; I i man. The officer was dubious I I Corner IJru and Garden Rtreets. better to keep the liver right than I II i PENSACOLA, FLA. upwards.

i I rooms of Monte Carlo, large sums of I I whether to commit him to an insane i I JIKPATICURA.Mr.. Danid James. or Pensacola, ------

{ a money were "lost" in various games I asylum or prefer a charge of Fla.. says: I want to tell you how PENSACOLAPressing 0. M. PRYOR

of chance. Huch "losses"du not-or WEATHERCHANGES much I appreciate your liver medicine I i ,

should Lot-affect any legitimate: vagrancy i HKPATICUUA.\' wife had The Government ..I' '
been sick inr a long; t llle. "l did not' Club has
piture man mad an in: \
I II
For
$I: business or any one engaged; therein. ,I OftI'UIJ leant know exactly what was the matter :: ; in the furniture buineeh w ,

p Those who "lu t," like those who MRS. WINSLOW'S HOOTHIJIB SYKCP hat I with her. 1" suppose it must have I during the holidays--. ,h
been Ubd for over sixty years by ml.lions -- batsi some liver trouble. I hud to '
gained, were gambleis, pure and I FOR CE lEME" price on all his elegant -
mothers fur their children while twilling h often but I .
simple, and are entitled to little i; tVo.a physician very household and ollien fun i- ,
!i I with tvrtbct u.:cos. It sco'.hm the child, Person: whose duties: compelled die did not get well until she took figures that will enable ,r..11 :

sympathy from the public. I i i suttensthe guins.allays all pain.cures wind them to stay up all of last night HKPATlCUftA. A few bottle I your Christmas present u -
-- ::colic and In the bm remedy for Diarrhoea I cured her. She; is well and .
I! I :I now ; One Dollar Per :MonthIn thing that i is useful and u i r v
tl PROF. COUNCIL of Alabama in will relieve till little claim that there were nine diti-rent
I It poor sufferer Immediately. I .i never complains. I give it to the I what articles are sold fur ciw\ -
y prollering to Col. Falkuer aid in the :! of the world.Hold 1'wenty-tivu by UrUJI8t810 Cents every a bottle purl and distinct changes in the temperature : children and take it myself, and it I Advance to Membership You should call on hiiubt-i.. i

establishment of the Confederate'I He sure you ask tor"M rs.WiDblow'b Booth- : keeps us all well. :Sold by ail drug-I in;; elsewhere. ,'L! .
lug oyrup, 'and take no other kina I which is not doubted a great gists. Clothes Cleaned and Pressed a"
borne, from his colored normal : I I often a-s desired Your Clothes -- .
deal.
} + l school, wrote: "The propriety of hello! central, 3f.). Ilest fruitcake I i Fruit cake, best made, at Pfeifler's put for and d'ivered. Call at : Hot Rolls at 5 I'. m, lOc

.4 L this offer! on my part may be called I.I made, '!;> cents", per pound, at At 10 o'clock it is stated the irround !i Steam\ Bakery. !JI Club.LaJiss'; South. 1'alafox and Join the a doz.. at Solcmor/s.

in question by those who do not 1'feilltr's Steam Bakery. was freezing. An hour later overcoats j!

r1 measure slavery as I do. I feel that !i PENSACOLA-- and wraps were an absolute BUY A HOME. 1 Plan Skirts a Speciilly, STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE1'ornacola

the slaves got more out of slavery I. necessity. At midnight a slight! !I, O. M. Pryor has purchased a i jlarge
Yours for Neatness
than their masters did, in that the I number of choice lots which he ; ,
I i shift of the wind caused it to come ;i ii JNWt'f'1I and Milion H.I'Itun.
slaves were helped from the lowest I WILL ACT I i will ell to desirable purchasers at G. W. IRWIN. I
SQUAREUnder i the northwest and
from
I ; level of barbarism to Christian citizenship out strongly moderate figures.Mr. I Ii H Ihily i'a('ept.mule)

of the greatest government I made pedestrianism almost imposaible. I,1 i Prsor is desirous of building ; "CITY OF "
TAMPA.
up the eastern section of the city i
t the world ever knew." This expression Toward early inornit-g- the i I'AltTII'H: WANTIXJ
and, controlling a large number of .
:
:
the above caption, the I Milton ,_ 6:111 amVrfenhHoola.ii8ni LvI'en.nr.'a.
; i illustrates what education can mercury began to rise, but not before i 1 lots, will sell them on reasonable i Ar Milton

it_ do-has done-for an intelligent negro Montgomery Journal of yesterday sleet aud hail had been re- ': terms to actual settler KJlm ; Kioi( or Little Christmas l'are.6uc; Round trlp.1 v<

:, with sound principles and an afternoon has the following:

l honest heart. How many of the lei icula will do the square thing ported. Pfeiffer'sguodshave: always proven
t satisfactory to their many custom JEWELER IN HIS
r j present generation of negroes are when it comes to taking care of thereat The wind finally shifted and came era; therefore, ring 'phone 305; and C3Kes

? making the u-e of their advantages union railroad meeting, to be directly from the west, and from 30I i iI order your Christmas: cake=. i I
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G that Prof.Council and Hooker Wah- held here nextJune. )Ir. Jones, the the mercury continued to rise to ;>"> FOR THE 6TH Of JANUARY : NEW STANDI

i ington are making? mayor of Pensucola, has appointed a WANTEDFURS.No.1 i ,
Ii -- within three hours. The frost as I
Will Plea-A L ave their Kings or
assist
I committee to in entertaining .
THE people of nearly every southern predicted by the weather man: yesterday I otter skins.. ......f G.co to $\)..00Xo. Tokens on the fith have moved my jewelry .f. r

state have,for a quarter of u century the delegates to the union meeting of was evidence shortly after I I coon skin, large: .Ii:) to .I:<') 12U !South Palafox, formerly
l railway employes, which w ill be heldin DRAJEES WILL BE SUPPLIEDFOR pied by Bass & Co., and am i ';
with more or cheerfulness, Montgomery next JUDe, after midnight, but when day d-iwiied : No. 1 mink skins, large; 1.10: to 1..0'Other better prepared than ever t,. lr.,

ti been taxing them-elves for the ed- not a trace could be found. : good in full proportion. '! THOSE ON SALK great bargainaindiamonds. w.i": -

uratiouof the ul'groeslu tl.e hope ofmaking which the delegates" will go to I't'n-I) It is claimed that this h the most : A-k any Peii=acola bank for ratingon AT'ROCH'S- jewelry, etc. Call and see I: >
sacola to spend a couple of days! in i iI me. let me convince
'I theca good citizen, and I sensational action c.f the *leuif'ut4 : you
yet the and in J. W. WATKIXS J. I. KTKIHENFoiey's : -
making a trip on bay i isi /
that has been recorded f .
New Orleans has i r many :
the Picayune just I
-seeipgubout the city. I dlj-lm:: Brunswick, Ua.

discovered the danger lurking beneath I This committee will represent the months._ I I ,
this tpeakingino- )I Kidney Cure
practice in entertaining the
city! delegates CLOSING I OUT.
to the movement of the i j makes ki-czr and
position ? b'ad-lef? riftt.
: It is composed of Aldermen \\ II.
Southern Education Board in aid cf! Merriwether, the Furniture man. 0. M. PRYOR'SPUKNMRE -
Meriwether, W. L. Meyer, W. 15.
' education in the South, it say: at 111 South Tarragona street, is preparing -
Wright and :\llIyorC.)1. Jones. EVERYBODY LOOKS
The trusts are never safe from attack to embark in a new busing?sand
The mayor bus notified Chairman:
while the souhern states is clo-iauout the remainder 0f'I
FOR
are : THE BEST
E. M. Wilson! of the joint committee
Fj the stronghold of democratic principles the bankrupt stock of furniture and ;
of the
appointment. HOUSE
.j ; therefore, the South must be household goods at astonishingly I
Here it is. Call ; a
on r-oitzH
i republlcauizod by teaching the negroes EXPOSURE to a sudden climatic low price
t to read and write. There is no change! produces cold in the head Creary. They are doing the fi .-:
and catarrh is apt to follow. Provided work tl.at can bp turned out au i ir'
wonder that the trust TO CURE COLI) IS OXK IY ;
masters
great
I with Ely's Cream lUlm you are SALISBURY BLOCK W. GOVERNMENT STREET.I I prepared tf) do any kind of a .:>.
j of the northern states are backlog armed against Nasal; Catarrh. Price I. Take Laxative Rrnmn Quinine Tablets i rhfy im: on Ii.did rubber tire" :: -

up the 'southern educational movement 5()cents at Druggists or Ely Brothers, ThiSBUnatur box, ::..c. ? IJ'H JfflV_ 00 "H'ry I best rn the market on short MI"--

,' to the extent, so it is given uti Warren Street, New York, will I ITT"e I :is they have a full line of rt.'l .'-r
mail it. The Balm cures without tires! in flock.poos .
out, of almost unlimited money. pain, does not irritate or cause are going to sell our,\I -g LATEST DESIGNS IN your bagy need uph'ii---: !

With negro domination: established sneezing. It spreads itself over an $1.00 Tabaurette for GOc.on 'I ifg? They can! make it good a- i'.f-'

in these states, the trusts will be irritated and angry surface: relieving Their price, too, are rea-jonah! frthy
immeliately the painful inflammation Dec. 22d, 23d and 24th. i hive ample capital to curry '
control the national and state
able to
If the de- clean: t-;; and cures. Cream Just to see how moray peo- '' Bed Room and Parlor Sets ;j a first-class: carriage builditrepilrini ,:/ ::11.%
Picayune ,
machinery. Balm quickly cures the clJ.; ; business. D n't fi,. :
sires to have the negroes preventedor pie will read this ad. Ma rs- call on them.

.
forbidden to learn "to read and - -- ton $ Quina. DINING ROOM TABLES, SIDE BOADS, CHAIRS, ETC. I Scales repaired.' ,
!-PJT1.FuklRt'-\h'
write." it must advocate the reversal -- -- .
After Dinner '
[LrpORfL.\j CEMFNT a'', lu; Kast Uardeu -r

't of of the the South.prevailing education policy Ti assist d::(,5tion. relieve! distress 1.2 50 per barrel. A \'. CLUKIN, : Davenport Lounges, Metal Beds and Mattresses.: :, Phon 57.O / -

-..-- -- liner satin? or drinking t.w heartily, Corner Bru and Garden Streets. I I '
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to prevent constipation,take .! : JL. 1 TOnZA.

Do little you want a magnificent? If ?o. call watch ot Hood's Pills Hot French Wafiles ,with I 3anh. IhP 1,1; \_1 H.eI i aj
for money

Stephens, the you.jeweler. He will accommodate Sold everywhere. :23: cents. Solomon's.Florida Cane Syrup at i Prices for the Holidays Ire Down Not Up. j I I '7f'at9n; % ;nl"W LL.ff- .

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I THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 7. 1903. 4xh T
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SOMETHING FOR NOTHING. ONLY A SUGGESTION.Bat I 21To. OOO8. i 'U j't: !
A RARE. LECTURENo w. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CUBIC, Cashier; i! \ ...)
It HM Proven of Interest and Val S. L FOSHEE.Viee-Pntident_ ; JOHN PfEIFFER, Ant Cathfor. f fJ
ue to Thousands.

"GOOD LUCK" Baking Powder. cans lover or admirer of Shakes Common sense would suggest thatif AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK itix 1 1.:1:
one wishes to become fleshy and
peare can afford to miss the lectureof
"
"Sections, which, when
rfW, contain rein plump it can only result from the OF PEKSACOLA FLA. 4 .,4 '

t,,;,!',..{ accordance with directions, are Rev. Dr. Beverley E. Warner, food we eat and digest and that food -'- ,\, ; .
rector of Trinity church, New Orleans Designated Depository of the United States. x" ;' '
should
,..'.J..i !C. "Sections" cost the con- be albuminous or fish form. : : \ t.

timer absolutely nothing, but afford her, at the Library hall Wednesday ing food, like eggs, beefsteak and Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov 25,1902. 1: .n' '
cereals; in other words the kinds of a ,-:.' .
the 14th fnst.
evening
,on "Shy-
,'" .L'CSS: an opportunity for earning : RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. +' :f
Il" food that make flesh the foods 1!
: lock from a new Point of View." are Loans and Discounts..... ...... .. .... .. ... 1442,921.84 Capital Stock ...... .... ..... ... ..... .... f300.000.00 w.: ,'
ff .' i'1ze I Dr. Warner is a most erudite and which form the greater part of our Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured.. ...... 2,301.17 .... .... ...... ,... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 ,
daily bills of fare. U. S. Bonds and Premiums.. ..... ...... 213806.87 Undivided Profits.... .. ..... .... .... .... 659034 ",
Richmond, Virginia. devoted Shakespearean scholar, anda Bat the trouble Is that while we Stockssecurities, etc... ... .. ..... ...... 2,62500 Rediscounts...... ...... ......... ...... .... 10,287.61 N''L
-- -- eat and much Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6,718.48I. Circulation..... ...... ..... .... .... .... 125,000.00 1'1)- d
-..+...................< I II I. speaker of rare charm and engaging enough generally too B. Stamps.... ...... .... .... ... .... .. .... 65.82 Deposits..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 461,504.35 "P>
i personality, as those who have the stomach, from abuse and over- Cash and Exchange...... ...... ... ......... 153,943.12 "' ,
/
work, does not properly digest and '
beard him abundantly testify. The 1 io'stF'
I f assimilate it which is the "
reason so
SOCIAL ECHOES I lecture is for the benefit of Christ many people remain thin and under Total. ..... .... .... .. .... .... .. ... ..... $822,382.30 Total.... .... .. .. .... ...... .. .. ...... .... 1822,382.30 .'}. l I"!! t-';

f church building fund and the weight the digestive do not This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give i:. H'J .'J:'
priceof
; organs
,.+.NJuckuer..>............>... your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. '
admission is only fifty cents. completely digest the flesh forming f.,; > '. 'l
: Chipley, Esq., returned beefsteak and eggs and similar 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 1.[; ??;! '. .

this! morning from an extended trip Distress after eating, belching, and wholesome food. :",.. ,".', ,'

tu MiJisonVia.!: Mr. Chlpley'3 ar- nausea between meals are symptomsof There are thousands! of such who fJ '1 -".\

rival was delayed thirteen hours bya dyspepsia, which Hood's! Sarsaparilla are really confirmed dyspeptics, although B. H. FAIRCHILD,

big; land slide south of Louisville, always cures. they have no particular painor cr P ii o ij & T E ii 33:n
l\y. inconvenience from: their stone BRAWNER'SCLEARANCE T
S'HORT STORIES. ac 1:8. 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. .

MM Bessie: Yniestra left last night If such persons would lay their laroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a .4+ '+ c'"
In the mack Hills about 000,000,000) :
Columbus Oa., to visit her sister, prejudices! aside and make a regular Specialty.Phone .
fr board fit>t of yellow pine have been
)Ir-. P" F. Jones, who is quite ill. destroyed bj the forest beetle. i'' practice of taking, after each meal, 4OE5. /( ')

There were 1,200 applications for j I'' one or two of Btuart's Dyspepsia SALE \ > 'J

MIM!i Lizzie Reese has been ap- clerical positions iu the government >, Tablets the food would ba quicklyand R. K. WHITE, .

p.inteU, ; by the Library governingb service at a recent civil service examination !' thoroughly digested, because Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jewelerand \\
,and to act a* librarian during the in I'.obtou. ; these tablets contain the natural
Lottie Flinn. A pftfect skeleton of the mastodon' and diastase which Graduate Optician, k' ;
11.t:. -- "r f Miss peptones every ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK. fj ;
..
lifts been unearthed In a clay bed at j weak stomach: lacks, and by supplying It South PtUfox St., PeniufoU ria ,
Grove; (). The ks1'1' about
: twelve feet l"ns. and the well worn .
in I .rjoritors of a new lumber in- teeth how that the animal was an old enabled to regain its natural tone I 78 Boys' Douhle-Breasted 2 piece I I 54 inch Heavy Ladies'Cloth, in all
> DR. F. E. BRUCE
dn-:ry to be located at Live Oak, I and vijor. : suits. all wool worth $3, special gale Color?, regular \\ yard, this: sale! Wte i, I'F

rl.: one.A knowledge of English is now con- I Stuart's DYpepsicTablets digest )I Has returned and resumed; practice. $1 Hemeniber 98 suit. carry a full line of yard. .. ...'l.. ,

"id'I'I'IlIl.l.l..saQ. for business purposes i every form of flesh-forming food, I Boys' Pants, from 3- to 16 age, at Five Pieces Black Shark Skin, 41- 'J .: l. ,;
Mr J. :S. jberts, for many years a hi Mexico, and according to n decreepulilislKsl I meat, e/g; *, bread and potatoes and I Office 2' 12 West Government Bt., prices to suit everybody.Look inch Dress Goods, latest out, regular; '{' 'l
: last September that languageIs this is the Salisbury Building. at our Show window for thi sale *1 \.,. "
r.-.iiut of this! city, will, we learn, ; i reason they so quickly I $1 yard t 89s yard. ; .>
prices! on Ladies' Underwear.: I
I'1 tomorrow with his family forM hereafter to be taught orally in the build up, strengthen and invigoratethin 1 Telephone 14$ We carry a !well; line of Ladies' 38 pieces Fancy Dress Goods, wool ,', '
I
I bite"! where he will permanently I Irl public fcchouls. dyspeptic men, women and Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so and Bilk, regular Jl yard, this sale 1: '
A grove of handsome pine trees borders -! I 74c yard. '
-de. The many readers of TII J-: i children. everybody can wear one. "
the highway near the town of THE FASHIONS.The 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wool Black IIen- 11;
Invalids and children the
will learn with of Mr. even e'
>'i w- regret KuMis Mi' .\ practical lumberman I Iwante.I Moreno: Undershirts, special :W'j' ; rietta silk warpregularlyardthis 'W.--
B; '['M rt's departure the trees and offered the town : most delicate, use them with marked I furry heads of cunning little ani. drawers to match. sale boc yard. ,

authorities ;::.ii-JO for them, but theI benefit, as they I mals top Borne of the newest hatpius. 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Un- 30 pieces 30.inch All-wool Tricot, !, i .
Mr. F'. E. Brawner, who has been town prc'fl'rI''l1le'Iill the trees. I I strong, irritating drugs, no cathartic Narrow silk strappings fur finely dershirts, worth 50s, special 35c ; all colors, regular Sic yard, this sale f: f J" "
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drawers to match. 25c; \ ,
during the The number of postal cards mailed nor any harmful ingredient. yard. -\.t'
;: (uiitinuously buy tucked flounces ou silk petticoats are
I 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Under
: iiJays, believes he is entitled to a throughout the United States and to i I I Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the the latest:: adornments.The shirts, worth f 1, special 75c ; drawersto Waiatingsrcgular25eyardthissale"-Just Received; a Full Line -i: I 1 '1. _
foreign; countries during; the fiscal year i most successful and most widely .,' :
.1 irt vacation and will leave todayf I most popular and most becominghats match. 15c yard. ti I I :
rlastlebury, Ala., for a visit tort recently {'llIll'l118 estimated by the postoiTue I known of any remedy for stomach ,! for afternoon wear are of beater 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 Ladies Ready-to-Wear Rainy- t" : i j-i

.:.itives and the fine shooting to bef"uul deimi-tuient to have been 740- I II troubles because it is the most reasonable or fur and arc much bepluined. I Hair Undershirts, worth $150.I spec Day Skirts, worth f 1.50, special sale :tj i :1 J.
(I i.NIj.; The weight of these cards is I! I ial $1 ; drawers to match, in White, 98c each. .. '
: and scientific of modern A new shade In velvet is a claret andIs .n. .
there. estimated at ri,4tti.r) pounds, and they I Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- ;' :
but
would more than fill 177 freight cars. : medicines. I neither red nor yet purple lightsup We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, ,j .r ,
Stuart's Tablets are wonderfully will for evening wenr. Shirts and Drawers, worth $3 I worth $4, sale ,' '
Mi-i! Anna: Hoa"co left Ian nightt. Dyspepsia ; special special $2.48 each. $ f. j :
her studies at Agnes! Scott sold by every druggist !1n the United II Many of the winter coats, capes and to close $1,20 each. 60 Ladies' Black and Colored 4' '
re-ume MONEY rcdingoU-s have the protective standing 25 d.iz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted skirts, worth $150, special J\< J.
vacationof States and Canada as! well as! in .1 .
In-mute, after a pleasant and Fleeced Lined Undershiits
collar cut in one with the garment-that at sale Otfu! each. ( .::1 '
two week spent at her home onNnrtll W. R. Meriwether, at 112 South Great Britain, at 50 cents for com : is, without any seam at the neck. This 2-jc; ; drawers to match. 37 Lidieo': Black Tailored and Figured ;: .".

Palafox Tarragona street, has! money to loan' plete treatmeut. method gives a certain grace and anjippcaranrc 24 doz., Bay'; and (ml'* Gray and !. skirts: worth $:-50! to $6, special i ] it i
street I' further is to : Red: AI Wool Undershirts at floe; sale fU)1)) to H 91) ellch. r..4 .:
Nothing required of length that are'r ini-
in any sum you may: require at low'' I drawers !to match. \ ady-to-\Vtar Jackets, our price ',i '
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Am In'.; the many friends of THE rates of interest on personal security. cure any stomach trouble or to make proving in effect. We carry ffull line of Ladies'" $1.48 to $8 each. You will save ;.
M.wio: eud copies of the paper JTtf I thin, nervous, dyspeptic people, Among the evening toilets of the season :Men'* and Boy's and Girls' Shoes I I money by locking at ours before \s\ c '
are expensive models formed entirely that w" earn save you 25c on.KpuiMiibfr I buying
hoe I and well.
ul.r.ud, i- Mr-! \V.r:S. Ilo-a-co. strong plump ;J ', '
F'&M. of strips of lace graduating In -\ rarry a full line I 24 Hoys' Overcoats, heavy, at SI,50I ',' \
fiiuiiland! \ riliWeiu Genoa, Special communicationof I I HORSES AND HORSEMEN. i width from belt to skirt hem and joinedto I of ;MHiVClothin? Bount; at 50c on I to Vii ; worth nearly double. r 'j : .
luly.!: .11'.' tliUi kept advi-ed of 50- Escambia Lodge 2o. 13; : ribbon bands similarly! shaped l>y dollar. We will elope them out at i 49! .Hoys': ncuble-Hrea 2 piece '::1 'l'

c'licl: i vtl I ',- iu I'ui-acola. A F. & A. M., at 7:30 p. m..j j', The f.iste-t trotter from the Wilkes brier thorn and variety cf fancy ,, just. }t price off other merchants. j suit,'worth $1.50, special 'JSc: suit. r t t i, r

I Thursday, Dec. 8. I family is John .\. MiKerron: 2.0o'4.: ; btltclies. This long tunic is draped over ,I r1 i=. t1 '" .

'fI,e (,'rnuu sehf-duled f'lr I.L-t Visiting Work in brethren M. M. degree.are cordially ';:, Sphinx. 2"UVi, by Electioneer, still a silk! underskirt of dainty pastel coloring Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look :'i -r.1 i
tight wag po-tpoiird on :'count tithe of his sire a speed' and the waist and sleeves are made '
: invited. lead; the sons as at Ours. Remember the Place, '.: ,t. .
iippe.ir.ince i>fMr-. LeMoyue at W. D'C. KFS'LEK.HARKY I'I'ltlUl'l r. tu correspond. !. 'flr 'fl--

tl cnpna hou-e. It will take plate W. GIBUS, W.M. Twinkle 205'i; is the largest wln- : I 105 s. Palafox St. F. E. BRA"VNER. .j : t
taut:i.t. Secretary. fling pacing marc of lt"r.!, her winnings I Idn APHORISMS. 1 ,

\; .;ti 10WO.Indications\ I :
ViJ'p.'iri, ILJoue-ehtertaitthis: NOTICE M. E. B. A. NO. I.Rogulur I. tin that the Jewttt cov-I Adversity borrows its sharpest sting ;

\v k i III! in honor of MI--J :Spott;- meeting, ;\ will be held onWednesdiv I Bred Y., will track be w stables:11 filled at this East: luti-r.Aurora, X. i i from Negligence; our; llIlpatll'nce.-Bihl'p is the rust of the soul Home.that ,: mlm WORK$ \ m [ 1 r ji.j t
.1.! will( Mrs. lluraceF..u.
vi-iting
w "; i- 7:30; p. in. A evening full ,attendance Jan. 7th, re nt j Tony The\V.fastest, 2.11 Nebraska.i, by 11 AV.bred M.trotter. son of!Ii ;t corrodes Tellium.through all her best resolv's.t .- I :

quested. Kw.1 Wilkes, out of Trinkets, by Young: He who wishes to secure the good of i ii 803-805 SCUTH PALAFOX f :{
Pre
V- -. Lm-iu-s :S. Brown i entertain-- A. G. FELL, others has already secured his own.Cuiifucius. .- STRELT. ,

i:,.: :' In j- with a bay party toJ: '. J. L. HWEE EY, KKO. 6-; 1'1'luc1 A. I' s-Coxo I'aloi, Pa., has: purchasedfor i,I : Valves, Coils and Eysryilin' in this line Etpt( CoBStaitli CD HSPrompt ; i ;"; .-:tt

Heads Should Neter .\< he. breeding' l'Ull"-S: the bay mare : Few I" pie! disparage; a distinguishedancestry ;
M'W.: J. Forbes entertains on I HIHM- who have none "-HI'a"'flllahle 1'rii' O I PH 1 i ;
Never endure this trouble. Use at Lifriila, by Candidate, dam Gladness except t-s. J ITp Ij } : ?
F'' M.V afternoon in honor of Mrs.l I of tlielr: J. Ilawes. i iI ; J
I own.-
once the remedy that stopped it for i by Nutwood.Wissins .< jl ...* PHONE 123-292. ...c..c ...c..c Ill'r\ I ITJE
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H l ud of Detroit, Iich. WinnieVa. I Great; men lose 'ullIl'wlmt of their i i
Mrs. X. \Veb-ter. of : ; 2:191a.!) by Aberdeen! darn I H alt I r. .
She writes : "Dr. Kin?"', New Life 'I Alli'ua lIe MCT. by Staniboul, ndiled gte.trev !by 1-iin near us"' ; ordinary .' ,.' .. ',
T he-t and cheap; eat place where Tills wholly cured me of sick headaches lieu !gala: I.Hil'h.-I-.tiulur. \ ,
: HI bur Chri-tnripressor. i is at I had suffered from for two lire new 2.20 or better pufoinurs to ulttiLUit: who fit the .M its v J ,I.n F. I'feitl-r'*, No ill! Eat his list; in 1'JOJ.II : It i to say ) you jjUw'.rr( tt .il
years Cure Headache, Constipitinn n.ii-t iiii>ehief t'lieiuies with t ,worst {II r IIIIUIle'.nllllnllnlll.r ,
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ili i.i'ia street. i Biliou-ue-d. 25c. at W. A. A. Kline, PI1l'lIinilll', Ta., has I I '
:i teit.uii.s: t.r friends with the bes t.i .- : r :
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D'Alembtrte's drug store, 121:! South : purcFsud from William V. Ahhou- ,
,: .,/It'I1': :,. lilt 3fsOr OC. II Talafox street. i the trottir Ilattie A, by, W. D. A., dam Juhn'r.TI.I' .
who will l.e found in trial LEWIS ) ;
Wilk.1 i one BEAR GO.
r.i-lla.\ I by lUrou :
capable of great uU of lure is ever tl.eone I il.
W. N. Taylor, WaUnllle, Me., has 'I ;
who I is always doing considerate!
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TOWN LOTS sold the mare LoUitta. : :HI ; sister to r' <.
small ones.-Iul/tson. '
Emma: N\is.tlaml. 2.1l: 4, by Wobtlaud. I ',, .
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I out of the dam of Joe B. Nelson, 2-2u'4: ( TS FOR- IIIAGE 1 <: '

SOLID BLOCKS to Daltiuiore parties I .. f., ,< -J Jf
,I |I WANTED' FURS.No. i: :,

; A Cure For Lumbago. 1 otter skin;*.f S (MJ to $!9 MXo. : il
ACRE TRACTS '\'. Williams, of Amherst Va., i 1 coon kin=, large: ;: 50 to .!.MNo. Joe Wheeler .
sirs: "For more than a year I !suffered -t mink ''hiu I trf, I 10 t.> 1 50 .. !
Other ponds in full proportion. ;:\
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triedChambf'flain'
from lumbago. I finally
o.A..ToAuction A'k any l'ell l\cola bank for ratingon
Pain Balm and it

,gave other me rementire dts! had relief failed, which to, do.all" 1, me. J. W. WATKIXS Oa., C Cigars tl .I '. )

Next Tuesday.McMILLA.N Sold by. all druggists and medicinedealers' -----Brunswick, t I''" \\.,

Hot French Waffles with \
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Hot Rolls, at 5 p- m 1 Cc Florida Cane Syrup at :

-0; ADDITION.-@< doz., nt Solomon's. Solomon' The Sensation of the Day. tr {


A Chance for the Masses Amusement for All Classes PIANO DRAWING.At The fuest line of sterling silver I : : t
,I rends mini silver novelties is! to be : J,4; ;
HKK SMALL KILLS OUWM. I : m"etinkr of the directorof foaudatj. I. Hyphens'. Prices to ; a j. I
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GIVE THEM A TRIAL! !.
the Caruivil A5aociition; January: 5.
FITZ SIMMONS. it was decided that if ticket Xo. S41, please all i.L":::: .. ; 1

Ilotol I3scn.iii.l3i .. which drew the $lA piano, is i not !
produced l>y January: 15, it will be SPECIAL NOTICE.H. I 1f ,",II vl}II 1 III vY'M.J" III i".I.TII'1.1 't ; .',%
!.aat.IS1t cwl0oi/01NfN/NNNNaN/N1/MfN/o/NO declared forfeited, and the sale '.f >> >> >> 1 ., >1'UUVU : !i1'W41 fi,
tickets will he resumed and another Alfinin, Umbrella Maker, 315
1 Ii I drawing held at 9 p. DI. Fedruary :{. South Palafox, wi-hes to inform the II 'f'
I 7jlw 1
4VISIT i I __ ____ ____ I public that he has no one employedto I "
i
$ II II. G. DeSiln & Co ; ,
I If you want a nice present to give solicit trade and will only be re- I !
to a friend go and look through! the i i spoiiMble for goods intrusted to him I I

__ ,_.___ __ ,I elegant line of suitable articles at personally 3jlm \ Mar.ufa'.lurfrs and lenders la jg ,
?-?? ? ---- .
;. I. Stephens, you surely can find I it\\ rj t'lkH

11 1i something want anything to please in the Diamond you. If line you Hot French Waffles with : i\\h \ \ \ Saeh, Doors, Blinds, %4 ri/ ; i"*,;

be sure to see him before you buy. Florid- Cane Syrup at t
I rs'Repository | Solomon's. II Shingles, f J4k ,.

WANTEDHIDES.Dry -- -. t. "J' .

flint hides ... .. ..... ..12! c B- Jiu gin's, lie fBfs/ far 5c.'Rptitie Builders' Materials =F I i ;

i ',' v':_rrrrrrr3c.rrcc33ccccccccccc: w Green salt hides ... .. ... 7c 11, JI=-_: -- ,3' If. .. .

Tallow, in barrels... ...... 6-.j)" t -It t! ;

: 509.511South Palafox Street. .. I Tallow, in cakes. ., .... .. G', :!c 11, Brick and Lime. 1 JJt :,,t "

S S Beeswax, 26 cent; per pound. : It .
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Tclcophone 'No. 12.- J.
I Ak any Pensacola: bank for rating nn, :. i iI
1'ULLLIXKOr-o I Ie '
; o- 1.r
Ion Ute.I r'
I J. \V. WATKIXS, FOR LUMBER JBTPORTHXU CEMENT: at !if,'(-r :
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I Bruu\VickO.1. I. $2.u0 bcim.l. AV.CICBBS.; II

j Buggies, Wagons and Harness. Cleaning ladies skirts and waist; 'I photography, I| Call on P.PEKMAN.; IUEH : Corner pH Urn and ardi-t r.uetta. :!ttt" ,iICO 'n I: t I'I'i.

I for estimates: before plachgi t ; i:
is one of OT specialties. Star Laaairy. the best
: i :_0th S. Palafox Street. I i year orders far iau-ber. d16-lm J 3ltdUin s, for DC. : r
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THE; _DAILY,NEWS:, _PENa COLA, FLORIDA, Y{ N'ESDAY. JANUARY 7, '.903
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"r' I J. AYANPELT.. J. C. VAIl PELT.
WOMAN AND FASHIONA

4 RHEUMATISM Pretty Model. ( VAN PELT BROTHERS

If yon are seeking a pretty model f
'afternoon jrjwn, stop to con her l 1 GARDEN STREET GROCERS

CANNOT BE RUBBED OUT the one rJcturtd: herewith. Of coarse

any material or color yon like may beemployed Have Received Since tbe Holidays a Fresh Line ,f

: as eltctively as those cho-

f Bit a good liniment or plaster Trill often give sea fi-r our sketch but the soft shade 7'v7 / STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

'I temporary relief because it produces counter of ecru h-re n-ed Is t
irritation cr reduces the infianraation and sore fkirt; is made to fit rather ctaf-Iy ands
ness. But no sort cf external treatment can have finished with three wide tucks at ,! Fruits, Nuts, and all the Delicacacics cf th.! StLvr> ,

any effect whatever upon the disease itself, for Oar Goods Arriving Daily and you can Always j; .. .. .
Rheumatitm /. not a shin 1Usease,but t/ "
\ is due to an ever acid condition of the blood, and I Best, Freshest and Cheapest

the deposit of irritating matter or Uric Acid ., I

6 salts or sedhsect in the muscles and joints, and j I VAN PELT BROTHERS

It ; no amount of rubbing or blistering can dislodge 97. % I;. ,

f these gritty particles or change the acid blood. :- : TELEPHONE NO. 2JJ. .< jt jt 35 ....15cAI.Z::; 57.SUCCESSOR .
; Itheumattsmoftenbecomeschronicandthemusti BEAUTY TRIUMPHS

,. cles and stiff and useless and ,
joints permanently
i I 'TIe a Pr+lo.J.a 1'....... I II '
the nervous system almost wrecked, because so
1 Beauty is woman's greatest charm. The .A. :Mvi
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much time i.lost in trying to car blood disease ti;. t. i world adorer beautiful women. A pretty

with outside applications or doctoring the skin. j II woman dreads maternity for fear of losing

Rheumatism must be treated I this power.Yhat can be done to perpetuate ( TO AVERT %
through the blood, and no remedy Z.oIrrUle, Xy.,Much 87,'02.OnUem the race and keep women beautiful i WOOLFOLK
brings such prompt and lasting relief &:-Z am glad to uy that There is a ba ja used by cultured and uncultured IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
8. 8.S.tai cured of:B-cajtattizn.:
me women ia the cri.is. Husbaadi
as S. S. S. It attacks the disease in
the blood, neutralizes the acids, and About two yearao I suffered from should investigate this remedy: ia ordei HARDWARE.
Bbeumatiim: in my kneei and feet, to their wives
reassure as to the east
removes all irritating cr poisonous mr ankle iwellicr 10 that I could i, with which children can be bon and

substances from the system. not pat on my shoes. This continued I beauty of form and: figure retained.Mother's Iron, Nails Axe! Stum, Saw Mill and Breach
S. S. S. strengthens and enriches for several month., during which at
Supplies, Cooking and Heating Stoves
the thin acid blood, and. as it circulates time I was applying liniments and I.- Friendis Window Glass Guns, Pl-toil and Ki-t.m!, Paint. Tackle, Oil

through the tody, the corroding: loin: by ey physician's directions, the name ly which this preparation ii
gnawing poisons and acid deposits: but derived no benefit. I was told known. It diminishes the pain allied t. Agate and Tinware anti IIou ernrni hill:; CuoH I.,
S. and tried it. I immedi.
of S. S.
motherhood.
are dislodged and washed out cf tb'muscles thro-ghoutpregnancy; -AGEN8FOK BIRMINGHAM: ROLLING
-tely got relief, and continued the it relieves: morning sickness: cures sore MILL COMPANY -
j and joints, and the suneis medicine until I was entirely well. breasts, hales elastic all tendons called Revere Giant Stitched Eeltia?, Nort .acr'..n K-i' r-
happily relieved from the disco 2108 Floyd St. D. J. DUASE. upon to hold the expanding burdea.Muscles : Wheel: Co.. LTftin&Rinl Pol' j.r Co.. J..r j-')-,'* K..'-
4 forts and misery cf Rheumatism.External : soften and relax: under its influence amine, Iron Kin: and Buck S'oves and R1:1W-..
remedies aal1 right so his they go, but they don't go fat and the patient anticipates: favorably Coupe 4 i'o.'a' Riw Hue Lee: Leather.: M t-Uf\. .

enough, and you can't depend upon them to do the work of a blood purifier, the issue, in the coafort thus Lestowe>1. Mad Railroad Culurs.

and those who pin their faith to liniments and plaster as cures are boundto AFTEEXOOS COWS. Mother's Friend is a liniment for external .Uasouic Temple Pensacoiu.
meet with disappointment, and will the foot The-e tucks may be stitched application. It is gently nibbeJ F .

be nursing a case of Rheumatism the with Mack, or a fine line of black chfiillle over the parts so severely taxed, and being ,

greater part of their lives.S. Clay be run around te head of ahorb cr lubricates all'the muscles e :
t Drnr.of.s sell it for $r bottla. I f- SAMUEL CHARLES
S. S. is remedy per ouray
a purely vegetable tLe tucks iastea.l. The seams are also have book "notherhooJ" ,
our : free.
does: not contain any Potash or mineralof stitched and t!ere Is a skirt yoke Iii
THE BRASFiELD: :
any kind; and can be taken with trimmed with ecru lace, through which IIECL'LAT03C0ATLATAGA. ;i BOOT AND SHOE MAKER

safety by old and young. black chenille Is run outlinlnsr the pat ,

Rheumatic sufferers who write us about their case will receive valuableaid t rn. The bodice fastens In the back, j Want New York Butter. t REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

and helpful advice from our physicians, for which no charge is made has three wide tucks to match those on New York, Jan. Representatives b 1J Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes, Leather f. ,
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We will mail free our special book on Rheumatism, which is the result of the skirt: and L; likewise trtomed with cf Armour & Co., of Chicago have

rt years of practical experience in treating; this disease. It contains in a Iac3. Ik-low the last tuck the bodice isCr.ihed been through the dairy sections oi 'PHONE; 614. 007 SOUTH FALP0STIIEET.; ; .

condensed form much information about Rheumatism. with a piece of the lace, which :, ctttral and northern New York says .

g THE SWIFT SPEOIFIO CO., ATLANTA, QA. Fli:;htly blouses over a narrow belt of a Syracuse dispatch: to The Times, ask '

.- -:3 .! black vt-heL Long; ends of the velvet Inn the creameries to came terms tinder !''
,1' The Star
..m WASHINGTON LETTER j| proved coLd:ifons wherever it has been tan:; down sash fashion, in the back. !I which that firm could purchase tiw '' Laundry

. put In o; 'ratlon. The educational and The slit-vcs are finished with tucks and 1 entire butter output of this distrl I, ,

I other benefits derived th"rtfromIre a i>uff of laco.New York Mall and Express. j amounting to several million pounds
!IS;>M.al 'rrn. 'inlftnce.J Biggest Busiest Best
Thartiat.nt : In.- tinjahle. No deficiency will be creatd I| of first-class creamery butter per anI !
I by this service. num. No terms of contract have'I
of ngriculturt M.r '!ljMiceis of !
anew Fancy Storki.
j "It remains with congress to say I I been offered by the agl'nts"ho have
orange tree, th- r> n't of lane; an 1 I i whether Stocks of every hue and description! ,
we hall hasten the establisb- ; simply asked the creameries to name
careful orai.se'tree. f=o dar to the tail..r made girl's heart '
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experiment Tb n-w The
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I meat of routes already hid out andI prices at which the"iI sell, es- ) Speak
tvhi"b is this year L'-. rift fruit; I fcNo expedite: the installation i f>t routes ., are wnrn with the blouse, and Fume- '! elusively to Armour & Co.

!:i Flirlda, ]jrf,>',U,.'s mny valuable! 1 1n: cour.-e of Intet'?"atilJn. Additional liiiies by the very severe a linen; collar ,

t'!:1litit'i.; It i is the rtnuk of a f'rO"4L appn'printions! mnde fur this purpose aid era at. lii:: t the fancy stcx-k Is Aged Couple Tortured by Thieves.
usually more l I-nni'.n5; to the tl'm!nnl' 1 New I 'f for Thefflse1\s !
a we."n the! liartlSer onince an 1 the I will thus be applct.: York Jan. 6 -Lev! Echer, \
liUf. \Vliy It 1.nt l-arcer. I; 1-111.'f'r. w.1! it bins great scope for : abed &5 years, and his wife residing h.
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sweeter The fruit tUve
ti orange. IrKcnu'ty.! for if has talent
a woman
Prot Into the any in Springfield township tare been
Secretary
| dropped
5 r !..-s jir'irfij that the n-w "ran"ui :;e | fur ia.-iii'! g such things she can We let the Shirts C.ll.ir
r'rt'rcJ'Jm of the presideLto2ce tortured: l y masked thieves, sas ai
'\ !,..'> a ready market.: 11 i* >;HJ. !have. an u.I.IIa..1: : quantity: and cart and Cuff! we Launder speakbr
bUIlWug and exchanged greetings! ; with i I Press dispatch from ConnelJsville!! I'a.
; far iu !IL! \Ir. t', thsrarte fruit and ety. Often little: I bit- of leftover trim 1 I I them; 'lves. They will talk loalr
| the Lewspal.'r reporters. 1 until they told where their money was
C."in "' u-> d for iairnal.i'It-s. It willret I "li',w do you lake: the new Luh1n: : ;?" urn: ?, vim scraps and odd buttons i hidden. The robbers held a lighted: thanwecia.Ve want to be jut J
t.kc- the .la<><- of thiv -an I.e ( hlor.e-1 ir.to works of art.i i
j "t orai -('.
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1 lif a kt.l. .. lamp to Mrs. Eieher's feet and turned more by the w rk we d ) ttA.y
except fur those who prftr th" mllra I "ICe dolt ite: it," replied one. "It !Is which !If r-urclia- l outright would be I them until the fish fell off before she what we sav.

a(i,1 fruit. It Is a Lardy shrub -.u-i tjo squatty and lacking in dignity.; It very expensive, for one MMou sees: would constnt to ehothtm the
Frauds fr'.'t. It has liepn trial far i anything artistic: fur the neck: under a
as toy small"The box
strcn: where 1225 in
; bills:
:ti nonh as :-: ,urb Car.$!I.ui.: From Miami small: size and unpretentious two dollar bill.Hatton. hidden.( Thy then bound+ their was vic- ; ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Called for and DeliTerE free e,

l Pin., where the fruit h.'ibceu I produced ;proportions: of the building:! : :; were Intended time to their bed with ropes and left. 1' TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN
,.1 !if..1S1.;.,'e LIH-II mt t.> Wa-IiiRKtoiU by the architect: who designed! ; and Floirrri. 1 ST

and on tie sue(.--.-> of tlr".,* the! building! : end the repairs to the All the expensive dressmaker not Americuse Kicking on 'Phones. WALKER INGRAHAM

e Bewls the future of the n.-\\' orange d.- White Bou-"." said Secretary 1IfJt.! "It only produce the POwer and -fruit! I', Amwricu Ga., Jan. 6.-Aaiericua Manager.

1' t pent for the! panl
I the second i:(-neratlnU of tinj plant is should hale a rixal! and s-> the pre-si- hand but they nisI make their own : Monday a petition! largely signed by

s tte Important OIKIt is 1 regard'! a< a dentV ,,!tl't' Is made small! so as to not i l I' buttons or cause them to be made for : business: houses: and subscribers penerally .WILL MOYER'S.

i promising) s.i/n that the It'fruit IMS- detract from tLe simple beauty of the ,.. them Iluttons of one kind are quite I was addressed to Manager Gentry .

FMsseq 5'r.d-. At the cret'nlion-e a hi-topp,: V.'bile Ilou,.e. A larger building : easy to make, for wooden foundationscan :a Atlanta asking that conditionsbe

careful wtt.-h is being k'-pt over these ; fur the president: would have drawn be bought: and then all they wants I improved. Complaint, long and WEST SIDE

,?ew precious seeds.The some attention away flora the White a eoverlnir! say of black velvet for a i loud ha prevailed regarding! the: service GROCERY

ShIrr of IUr ftirrukm.In II.juse.nmntlm." gown f.f ('rlmcon frieze, with a center I hen, and subscribers demand

3c a rfjKJit fi<*>n to lie ih.su' from \ Annnpoll.. Go DrKKlne.There : ; cluster nf beads to imitate rubies and a iioiJIttlni: : better HAS JUST:; RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OF
" e Lurau Ann-ri'-an few .stitches in silk. The best liked !
rthueurydames are numerousacancits at the
1 fruit trimmings used now are -- -- ]Fish Roe Cranberries Florida Barrel Olives.
MI.OIMJhas wr'tuu a h toricaltketcb Naval: academy which cou.Tc.--nieii and grapesand i 1 A Syrup,
NIGHT ALARM.
4 of tile C'lxroLve Iii'iianin tenatordo H'-t fi-via Ii -1.ned to C1LThtre vine Ila HS. I Mackerel Buckwheat
Mincemeat and
l North Cirol'na nl.ieb is !I Worse than an alarm of fire at nipht Every
reiilete with
less than in ,
are DO ; eighty platys
r the raytuH 'I the tribe. M'*l of Mr. I the po<:ti<>B of miil-liipnien; to which Cape For Girl. j, Boundslikethechildren'sdeath is the bray cough! of croup which knell thing Kept in First-Class Grocery,

g Moonf'i'd in ttrial hris l hs-u obtainpj! tie na\il authorities! : would like: congressmen A Bervjceal cape Is a u-eful addition i' .
and it means death unless
F from th" IIa .-t Clwn.k(....., living; tllMJiJth I t > assign; appointees.: Ext to a JOUTI;; tori's: fall wardrobe, ; i i- done quickly. Foley's Honey"ometbinpri and;:: FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION FOR SPECIAL OCCASION-.

; QuTi'a pstrxation in western t amin-.itioDS were held in this city Nov. for It M-rvib !-I.\'I'raIIul1...,-e'S, such as Tar never fail to give instant relief A Car L ad rf the
Justly CeM-atei
North
tached'tlaieuts! etvnn n the reservation of whom tb< re were only twen doif.n: is circular: iu s.hnp >, with a bias !; croup. \Ir'l. P. L. Cordir of Manoin '

a.d the T niii*.f<; line.la ty-six principals: and forty.!> \"tn alternates '', scam in tie back nn'lis neatly finished ;ton, Ky., writes: "3Iy three

the t'.- -\.I.'Il; f offset of N.inatahaln I leaving a large number of unfilled on the shoulilers liy shallow: swims. { year old girl had a severe ease of

cr"l lc'onluftt". far from the i places which go over until after There is Lobo n hoist which Is really croup ; the doctor said she' could not WICKESCO.
j live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey
travelJ: road "f inoik-ru progress the March 5, when the members of tbe
!I and Tar; the first dose gave quick re-
Cherokee priit t-ti'l treasure s the le- I next congress will designate the nom] i, lief and saved her lifp' Rffusesub- ,

ends and repeats the mystic rituals: nees. This Is an unfortunate state of 1 ptitutes.V.. A. D'Alemberte, 121 H. ,. Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

handed down from h.i:! ancestors.! affairs in view of the unusual demand : Palafox street ,
This history te -ins with III' Solo's Iaf
; for graduates of the Naval academy 4
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,t expedition up the Sntaunnb river iu CAUL SCHOFIELD. I No. 6 South Palafox Street.All .
t Quest of golf la l.'ilu; passes through Sf I :
I II The Beer i i Kinds oi: Plumbing; and Gas Fittings Materials Kepi ou Hand
r the period of several treaties made in STATE oFOiiioCITYOFTO..EIJO, I .. I
goof faith I,y the Indians, but broken LUCAS CIlt:\T\.. } s? TELEPHONE *25 -. rKNSAfXH-A VIA..

Ly the bites; who des'rod the valuable FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath I That Made ,- ---- .. .. -------- -- -- -
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reservations of the red men. In that IIP is the senior partner of the I I

:; 1S28: tbe cupidity of the whites for the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing

gold tearing lands of the Indians became u-ineM in the l'itof Toledo, ANHBtI H ISSER r PAM4 U S SVICTORIA TIME TABLE.

+, r so great that every effort honest county: and state aforesaid, and that'
LOUISVILLE AND
NASHVILLE
or otherwise, was made to drhe the aid firm will pay the gum of ONE RAILROAD.
11 UTNIKEl' DOLLARS for each
Indians! westward. -18- IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1W,1
and of Catarrh that
.. pVH,3"'e cannot I -
I Will lime n Fine Driven-. be cured the I'Jf HALL'SCATARRH
by use
Wash Intun w.II soon nave the finest CrRF.FRANK. New Orleans and Mobile.

ea will) as one of the costliest driveways J.CHENEY. I
; In the country. It will be nearly Sworn to before me and 'ub-cribpd MADE BY ACME BREWING CO So.8 So.4. So.L I No.l I No.1. -0 .
1:15.: 12I/im 11:06 r.el.ePl'nucol.Arrt.,.
p 6(1)
a 4:00 1:00
a mile In length and will far surpass in my presence this 6th day of December BEST 10-CKNT MOTTLE BEER 8:50 a 57: p 1:01 a I Lave_ Jolomatol1..., Leave 5a5 a IIJ p p 7It II II
the conduit road and the White lot A. D. 1W5.SEAL. IN TOWN.DANNHEI8SER. 11:00. 4wp: 25 5 a Mobile __ Leave 1tIIII1'tU:1511 6:0011
-.- ..__ 9u'p: 1:10 a leave _N.w Orlo'.n8 Leave 1 9:u p ,17i5 a
fllipse for the exercise of the capital's _
r.' I } A. w. LEA 4ON, BROS. North.
r fast bteppin,; roi.dsters and record
>-*--' Notary Public.Hall' .
, Theodore AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
breaking automobiles.: Colonel -
; '
\ Catarrh Cur is taken internally !
.\. J'.inghain. superintendent of and acts directly on the I I. f, Harper Whishy. 11:05pm tio. t. J215pm No. 4. Leave. acol.Arrl"8 Fo. I No. I.

public building and prounds, is con blood and mucous surfaces of the I 8:15am 8:51p m Arrl"e Montgomery ,I..ne lIIi.m 4:00pm t:36pm 1:00am
I'tructthe! new roadway, which extends system Send for testimonial;; free j Ij II -- -- ----- -.--- 11 59 am IIJH+ pm Arrive_ Btrmingham .Leln 11.11I. m 4S,6 p m
7:05pm 5:10.m Arrln_ .lbvllle _I.elan _._,_
from Seventeenth and H streets F. J.CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0 i lYI Jam 8.11a m Arrive _.Louisvllle .-ix.ve 1:15pm 1:46 a m
i OPERA HOUSEDO 7O:! 11:5V. Arrive _
northwest through the reservation w e t I am m CInclnnatlLeave 8:00 p m 11:15 II m
i THE AG.NE3 CAPE. 1jIJam; 1lpm Arnve .... ..N6 Louis _.__Leav. ':15pm
9:56
of the U:>;>cook lake.*, mound the eastern SEND YOUR ORDERS : pmPENaACOLA.
shore of the"Tidal bas.a: to the practical as it can be drawn up to AND RIVER JUNCTION.

.. Long brldsc: causeway.The I cover the head., Scarlet doth or dark YOU LIKE A GOOD SHOW? !

I \ old bathing beach hag l>een to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or : blue serge lined with scarlet silk would i I l'.a l-VaUJ So, I-VaUJ I No atop where time Dot Ihowu Xo. J-DaUJ .No. f-JiIIJ:

swept away In carrying out the rlans electrical wurk. Repair woik a. develop a pretty as well as serviceablecape. 11:66 pm 7:00 a m I LeaY8._.. l'el1lacola.-Arrln 10fiO f- -
and Superintendent. X. Stevens is specialty. Ue\ersible cloth showing a dull THERE IS ONE COMING TO' Ut5 nlght 7IS" --Rohemia_ 10:117"p m ./aD;C" II..m
oversoelns the erection: of up to date tone on one side and a plaid on tbe THE OPERA. HOUtsE FOR U:1I" 1:18" "" Ynle.tra IO3t.. 8:01
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11:13" 7:18" Escambta_
bathhou.-es and the building of a firstclass STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, other may also be used. ONE WEEK Usi": : 7:26" Mnla' 10:82"101" 5:45 6.57". '
swimming; pool at the little basin, 17:55 ':::11I" ___ Harp _._ 10:21 It 6:40 '
THOS. CONDON, Captain, 11:51J" 7:36": -OelIClly_ 10:11" 6r. "
:whIch congress has turned over to the Favorite Color In Pari. Commencing U:5o: 7:311 __ Milton Torte It 6J: "
I aquatic youngsters! of the city. will make regular trips between., The favorite color In Paris millinery MONDAY JAN 5 1:1):: am ._. .". _Good Rauge 4,3; ..
t5/I"! 8:14" _...Holta_ __ IJII" '..35"I
Snoce. of Rural DrIUrry. Pensacola, Point Washington and i i Is the new cerise In a rather paler shade : 8.M" Nllllgan.-_ 1:11: It 4:11 "

Assistant Postmaster General Wynn Freeport. Leave Baylen street I than of yore. This Is mixed with reddish 11" 8:38" N" _CreU.lew_ 1:11" i 4'i:' "
1:00" 8:114" Deer Laud 8:66" 1:116"
In his annual rl'p.rt3 's: wharf Thursday at 6 a. re. : pinks, which form a veritable 1:13": tIO" __"Mosey new 8:40" tilt M

"The rural free delivery system has rive at Freeport at 6 p. m. andr'l. study in color. But such a shade Is I HOYT'SComedy 4:08"say II t\:" "" "" .DeYl1l1lalt8prlDIL.Argyle.-. 7 8:18"" t." .,..
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become a permanent feature of the Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. i not universally becoming, and for more 4:40' 1b7' _Ponce d. Leon- '::/i" ':;11"

IlOstal service Five years' npf'rencebas and arrive at Pen acola 6 p. m. same general wear there are delightful green Company. 1:00"6x11' 10:10'10:15' "" _____Weat.me Cary.tUe_ .__ "" '7:17":11" 1:41 1:54 "

r' demonstrated this. Undtr tile executive day. Fare, round trip, $5 ; one way, and blue mixtures, with dashes of yellow III" 11):30' _lonUay_ 8:66 It I. 1'/7:/ "
4'- order the clerks therein have '-1. 12almFoley's :' In beaver, made up Into large ACTING n SPECIALTY .:00" 10:47" _.ChlpleT __ 8:87 It 1'4 h
: I 18 PEOPLE 0 PEOPLE eeo 't UOT" __Co\tondale_ ':J! U:1Iij DOC
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the ..
: been placed! on the same footing as toques or small hats, the only decoration 7:00" 11:55 .. _XarlallDa.,. 8:00" 12:16"
employees other branches of the civil I being a glace rosette or some silk 7JJ" 11:45 _CJpreu 6S'! 11:45 .m
a The service has -increased Honey and Tar tasstis. 5 Nights in Yew York, 14* in Boiton. ':40" ill;! It .". _Grand Ridge_ 6X! 11".7 '
government 7:5i.I"' 1f'6 coin .._ 8neada 5 I" 10:41
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I
: the postal receirts and tats cures colds prevents pneumonia I 1: Popular Prices-10,20 and 30.+ :. 1:15" 11:15" ArnTeRlnr Y !'llctlollLean il0" 10:1.: ,

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-THE.DAILY-NEWS PENSACOLA FLORIDA 3'
: WEDNESQAY. JANUARY-7..::ISO3, c

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HINTS FOR FARMERS FIVE CONVICTS ESCAPL THE % :
MISS FAY LEE CLKASIVGAND : CATARRH REMOVAh. :f )
UIIMIOGCURE
Why Some Farmer FalL Bloodhounds Have Been Put On Trail n }. '
President of the Shakespearian Club Kanaaa City. .'OItoi:111 'J"to
of FugitiveLJaekson "J'
_ru-L_ I-- jR- Many of our farmers make good ..:
Miss., Jan. 6.-Five white -w----. : ,
crops whenever: not prevented by on- CATARR31yts .i 1' '.
I'Your booklet cant to my nervous tension. The nerves convicts escaped from the temporary ., :
home like a message of bulth i U lOOn begin to give way under avoidable conditions and even in Bce- quarters of the Mississippi penitentiary Jacob MorrisHAS f '"

""bin I had iuffered with theatraiu.YouperhapsjnmpachbacC1tfldbUt sops! of severe drought their crops ore i in this city, some time before : E
at any unusual disturbance, above the average.;: t'nfortunatey.there : l
a, daylight Monday morning, and blood- CmiBali '
or laugh or weep, hysterically MOVED FROM RAILROAD if
iagdov.1painsIwasweak.cCf'lOUl and hysuncal [ P at no apparent cause. are a great many who at best bounds have been put on their trail. and pleasantx 'I STREET TO HIS: OLD STAND 1, : l t..r.. t:'
!had not consul"any doctor, That is what Miss Fay Lee! make only average crops. and In unfavorable The prisoners secured thir liberty : Contains. drull. "d'DJurlou. I,
thinking it would pas away 603K North Seventh Street seasons cot enough to eup- ty: boring through the wooden !floor It quickly Absorb- 136 East Intendencia Street I. f;

L time* but instead I found j Kansas: City Kansas was port their families. The difference between of the cage in which they were con- ed. .l\c' "lI..f. COLD""N HEAD I TT -. :

that ttbtincreascd&nd frequent I de- dI eomintowhenaherecnedwere herself by taking Wine! of the best yields and the average fined. It pens and cleanea toe 'Nasal I'ft"g', Here you will find a Full Line of "..1 $! .q -

more of all yields Is usually more than SCO One of the men, C. C. Smith. was Allays Inflammation. Heals aol 1'ruteetg
c&d to try Vine of Cardul J II lap 1M. Cardul. The Wine made 10 the Membrane. ltetore.ibeenae. of Taste ] HlUfnold: ad I Eclro! Furniture i&k!
captured miles from town shortly :
and in a short time was much ,- -_ her a Itrong,healthy! woman per cent. This shows that there Is an.] Smell. Large Mze :Soc. at Druggists or by I :

oprovei. It seemed to act like a charm. again as it baa made a million other something wrong and the fault is not after 9 o'clock this morning by a mah1Trma1sjze1o. by ELY: mall.KROTIIER., Mattresses, Carpet, Rugs, Matting iL 'l" "- t
the treatment and the mult women strong and healthy. By inducing farmer and it is believed that the 56 Warren Street.New
In the land for the heaviest crops on York. ?, Quilts, Stoves and every it \
wUUt satisfactory. Words fail to u- regular menstruation the entire others boarded a northbound freight i
titude for the record of most farm staples have been train. thing in the Hou eo'urnhhlDg (,. \ I!" ;

Ksavtdme. I am 1nf1AebaIth.systemisrdievedoftheterib1ewasting. ligament grown on land originally poor but Those who escaped are as follows: Line Moderate Prices forM Ii:1: II

ch\-slally and mentally. I can only uy womb In made unusually fertile by a good practical S. K. Bums from Attala CHOICESTOF
place are strengthened by a seven )years !
t tto !laitalmcHt! Flap.i
tank! yo&buttUtImUCmOrCIfl bealthyflowandthatorganieretnrnedy farmer. Then the reason for the county, for burglary; C. N. Douglas, or on f t .fj

hurt for you. to its normal position. Returning low average must be the incompetenceof three years from Hancock for burglary i <; :

r L\RING-DOWN pains are the health ii the .result. This! ii what the farmers! and in this day of tnlightenmcnt ; Marion Chitwood life term M. '.. "t

[II worst are that suffering women from know.this tronWine If of best Card U1.in done America.for thousands and educational advantages from Itawamba, for murder and Joan FRUITS f AND CONFCT1ONER'AT [ f 1 jSk Every Woman .\ )
of the
LIe voa need not be uncertain women this Incompetence: is from choice. Cole, six years, from Marion, for bur. ,f "*f -,'p'Vto\ tateMleaanJ ahonM know 'f (
'wui, it. The paint in the abdomen If yonneed advice write The Ladies' The farmer prefers incompetence rather glary. W\\ \ )' A &llOn&'' llie wondrrl?-! 'i' : ,;

aid Lack< that: fed as if heavy weights Advisory Department The ChattanoogaMcdicine effort! to C. APOSTLE'S M4R\1l than the necessary : remove i'M The iww '.
vere pulling down on the nerves of the Company,Chattanooga, CRUSHED TO DEATH. ""...*:l +&i ,, .,
''bearing-down pains". It. In other words he has before him e t Ifa41..4nI.tIi ,',11. .
.I1.ach we Tenn. describing all symptoms "
your
at the choice of hard labor and small and 14 East Government St. '
not be particularly severe '
TatT may and letter of advice will be "
freely, a labor Troup; County Boy Fell Under Wheels! ,
but they are worse. uncertain yitlds or of less physical 1
Lat Loa'lache it which nearly growing drives you sent you. Secure a$1.00 bot eofW1De anti large; returns and he \oluu- of Lcg Wagon. Formerly Cordova flestaurautStan MULL.irri.Iijo II Ii'S rimS mpplj lit i.- ''aft"I.-' I! .)

d:-'racte1: now is caused by the terrible of Cardui from your druggist_ to-day. tarily takes the former. He does not LaGrange ('.a., Jan. 6.-The 14-year- Ole car-load of Pineapple at $1.tto$2.OOperdozen. othtr.liMiralnl b.iI.-.n.i> *.a'anip"t'.t.fot u give H* \\\ -4 ':,. 'L'
__ __ old son of Clayton Borders who lives fun Iarii.IiL.isd d'rr'Ii.'n.In.
J -r '
J-I__ I want success at the market price .'aabm..ioa.nes. M KU..CO., ,. :! '
A million suffering women which is ttcady and intcllgcnttTrt; 'i near Pleasant Grove church in this Room S2o Tin,.. Mldn.. N..w York. S f't
I WINEofCARDVI hare found relief in awl as this Is a free country, at leas-t county, died Monday morning about --- t It. t i

Wine of Cardui._ ': as to things;; of this sort he has the | 3 o'clock as the result of an accident Try the XF.WPWant Column. lltlnH.sl !_II' Best /_"_ or.- r, : '
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Saturday
rIght of free choice. Thus far he is on : it

I right enough, but he is wrong; In this- about noon. .

New Council Meets. that: as lie has CIlOt1 his conditions Clayton with others was engaged In ;-.'.._'. ...'- ..._- .;.._.. .. .;.-- .'. .".'. -_,.''."-"",-,'.\'..".--s. -. .,.'..---- .....-_.. _--;*...,. ii1 i, :' t\; ,.
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BeST FOR THEBOWELS Aususta.: l1a.. Jan. Augusta's city he his: \II) mural right: to crumble as hauling sU'ck to a saw mill, and In ,r- (' l .' .' :

council hti-1 the first meeting of the I uim-li as bo does at the results of his I some way f1from\ the wagon and ;s .1
bid, rough, onof, the wheels over Roberts & Dailey ,
sear tonIght; at which the annual re choice.! Having! made his heavy passed ( ) ) :;: :
ports' of all city officers wert submit ho !ohouhllic in it. be quiet and nut nnn his body about the stomach resultingIn : ,. I iiJE.LEIS "
made smootherbeils I a complete paralysis of | bellow .:.. i.:.l. : -
ted. The ne-.v and letiring membersof \ II iy tlnse who Lave 'j ; body IN t.V'
a r.'ff'il ir, licaltby. mormipnt ofthe ; with lugubrious particulars of | where the heel passed over him. '
i.'t 51 r.. ill .!. j t-- Ii irot'.i-i i dali" ro li,.".,vhftjef Thrt BniOoth.11 TI)- M. Philiiot succeeds Irvin Alexander; !I Lis !bedres.Farm and Ranch. I tI! CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. I t il"
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'0'1 "l Vitjiu; ilia buvtvlti Concession Granted by Government.
u to ,..I." second ward. O. U. Eve succeeds :
c. II. I TI1MI!..." I Laredo, Tex., Jan. C.-A special from .
CANDY Captain H. PeAntignac; third Thai "Cowjr !! New Florida Syrup Fish Roe Etc. | '., ,
)Morela that a concession :tF %..
says granted -
CATHARTIC ward Jerry J. O'Connor succeeds I I Milk: when first drawn has a peculiar! I .:.

James n. Walker; fourth ward, Sandy flavor or "cow,' taste" more or less by the government some time ago (:;1 FRESH: SUPPLY: OF '(tl' '. r
: driven off by to time Rothschilds of Europe, preparations
wlm-h if not
Beaver succeeds Otis G. Lynch: ; fifth i noticeable,

ward, Dr. II. I. Carton succeeds Stephen 1. Sjration (exposure t*> the air) frequently I are being made for the opera- ;: RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS ft: rI; ;:
\Yiaenian. gives the milk an unpleasant taste : tion on a large scale of copper mines I : (
wen before it becomes sour. Aeration ; in the district of Inguaran. in the state OF ALL KINDS. ...., fJ #

Miss Morgan Donates $1,000. tuny be accomplished! by stirring or by i Michoacan.\ It is believed that the 1:) FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ;(::11 )4 :: S t

to another. Tbe properties are very rich. 1
New York, Jan. 6.-Miss Anna Mor- pOlll' n;: from one vessel! ROBERTS & DAILY I .J; : ; ,
in tub of water : : '
EAT JEM LIKE CANDY ; gao': daughter of J. Pierpont Morgan, can of milk may be set a No News From Maztlen. r' :

i1 1 ,t. ralitahlo IN.tent. Tattte Oood PA Good has subscribed\ \ 1.000( to the fund with to mil. The cooling and aeration! Mexico City Jan. 6,-But little news 1 i St. East of Union f)1 l If) ',i -
218-220 Depot. !
1C" ."nVeaLcn.. .t (lri|>c. 10,ti. and !>II rents and done by I Wright : I :
rtlo lur tTK. aauilile. aud LuuLlet no which Madame Eleanor Duse. the Ital. j may be Letter quicker has been received from the plague-
r\X .. .:::3 IMiiinc .uI.t, <.. .} '
combined coolI ij; .
tULiiui BiiUTY rnnpiM. rnirii.0 JEW toui. ian actress proposes to build' an Ital. running the milk over a stricken city of Mazatlen, but the federal in 1.h.: .. .. l".l.lI"a ,1-1 !' .. ..

KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN ian national theater on the shores of I!, and having aerator provision or :other for similar running apparatus coldwatur ) I 1 government is doing everythingIn ;"';.f._e_a'.;'.-__ ....-.J.-_ .. ....._-_ ._. .'..;:":' ..;I.-_.. _'....,.--_-_. ....-.,.'_-__ .",._-_ .-'.-__ .. ..?- <>., .I -.

Lake Albino near Rome. The groundfor its power to relieve the distress and -
it. Cleaner cows, cleanermilkers ) : CJ "
the theater, together with gardens, through; exterminate the disease. There ispractically '
Gunther's Candies atSolomon's. scalded utensils quick nii&1thorough A LEG A WING 1 ;
Try was recently donated by Count Frankenstein no business doin in Ma '. X. .
cooling, aeration nnd less tspobure 6 -_ '
a filend of the actress and a ,. zatlen owing to no ships entering the :'s .
I to (lUst of street \ben delivering:: I I AND A CUTTING OFF -
liberal patron of the arts. port, which has no railroad connectionwith !
will !Increase the Keeping! quality of
I I market milk. If properly done one deirry the rest of the cauntry. mi4? THE BREAST OF A NICE -1 '

New Postoffice York Burglar Jan. f!.-Recognized.When a man j a day will bo all that is necessary. ; -A i TURKEY FROM } i '

GURIg\ Ti1ESFNI. [ f who described himself as John liailey I'' .-Dairy World. : A \WEAK SYSTEM.'hen : ; : '

of Xewark, was arraigned in Tho t 4I 4-
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(:roInJ Sweet Potatoes.The
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& CO.
; Tombs court on the (barge of steal-1; is, t' R \ff \\H TEllS
Ing an overcoat two Vtcctives said. i i growing of sweet potatoes as thestonnch Uwtak thewl! oe! I .

\, I,:):t' 4 TIlE they recognized him as Harry Russell a celebrated' man once remarked about system becomes weak also becau-e
a postoffice burglar who was arrested tIe tariff, "a local flllttCrVhnt it is from the stomach wo receive i J I For Your CHRISTMAS; DINNER.
FINE3T BRANDS would be a good system of culture in strength" Besides weakne you attended to. .
in this city in 1S03: for a robbery and your wants; will be promptly
not succeed in another. *utTer from Less; ; e>K APPJTITK, j ; f :
OF '11 IK in Springfield Ill., and escaped! one locality mij-lit N.vrsKA, HKAHACIIK. JXIHUFSTIOX.C'OXSTIPATIOX i 'l
from Ludlow street Jail on JulyI) Swe-e't imt.itoes require for their% AXI) LIVER TKell'H R. l\r.\ WATERS & CO., d 1

that year. The man was: looked up. l hl't development a sandy soil I of moderate i i ).FS. For these complaints you can- ( \cn i'lujmj.aisI l Iiiii.litig.! ) '
pllifiiStreet, :
Purest Liquors I fertility. In :Maryland, a great > lS Stint Ii : | Ii <
1 not take a better medicice: than }(otptr' ;;-
Killed Him. sweet l'utI1Otnte.. sandy; seiiN are fertilizul :\ Stomach Bitter' IT l'oSI- We have the Choicest Cuts Western and! Jdnne :Mc'it also; (thicken: :
Joy
F(5. I. ;if"j '. .
Chicago.: Jan. (C.; David Thompson! '
shatters.: 'i I
and \pine nil Ili. called\ "pine satisfy yourself. .
....Family or Medicinal Use.... one of the best Imo\' n prospectors in Koine commercial I fertilizer is also) used.Tlio '
the mark Hills, over which country ; if <
fu t plantedout f :
sweet httttsare > \ ; :
olt i I Hit: von I he had hunted gold for 1 j years, yesterday : ill hounds eir cold frames in very HOSTETTER'S HALL & KLEIN ,

struck a ledge; of great richness ;, rich soil and! \permitted to !opJ'
Holiday Sideboard. and after 10 minutes of demonstrations sprouts being: phinte-d along: ridges STOMACH BITTERS '

of delight, fell dead says a thrown up to varying heights.; Cultii 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. ;

I dispatch: to Tho Tribune from Round- i vn tii>n t-llIIultllle frequent and i.iUiIiuV.Svt'et -- )

ax, S. J). An examination made later i do not Usually thrive on "
V'i if-Hi -till at the corner of I potateies Groceries i
and
I'.i: I .' ind I Inundench s're-K by physicians showed a blood vessel ; 1: clay soils, nor l is the quality so good.I .- Staple Family ,.

w li-s bn fnryeirand in the; brain! to have hem ruptured i I i Joseph U.: Wing in Ureeder's Gazette. "; ..

."- i >t' ((111! -irkblttlleMiitiC....t HARDBRICK Select Meats Vegetables Etc., in Tics '\f' ;
I.L\I' \ I.HjroltS.: ; r.UANDIES.; Cave Birth to Four Dabi 3. ra1"ora1.leFaJJ.. .
tOUWALS.: E-::". Ere VfftupuiMd .'. A
6
Tnlt' Jan. -Rivals of the famous
'. i -I I by polite and alfiblf Orm..hy quarfscrc barn in i Kxccjitlng: for accident or sicknessthere : Faultry Eggs and Country Produce. : {
'' but little excuse this
:iiiiu. Here J only you can ge.t : lias been ; t .
Tolro! Moi day ami Franisliiis Spy I their work '
I Untied! I fall fur farmers not getting i1 T. 'Kl
rhpM.i! ; : is h* n.otlif-r of the infants. in excellent: shape. The w eitherin Telephone No. 358. ::

N. C. Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, thr'" of whom came last nisht and! !, most sections has been all that could i-,

f-p fourth today. The mcthrr and! I be asked fyr. Frost injured but, few ) :':
I'l Y t'lr" Old. htr ouartet are well! and strong. Thisis has been too dry In
I crops. While it 'r .:
:Mrs. Sjivchalski's sr-ror.d cxporirncc : seeding, Liquors ,
1 i ldfst whi-key en ?ale! in ) some places for best results in
II .. in niotherhonj, her first child I has n fairstart .
Matt and i i-s di-pen-ed as a whole the wheat crop
!- ; i iik, IT one gallon to one having l>ren born Just nine months for winter. The weather has been lira'\ iTO llAND -FOREverybody- .., "-

.
: 'I i i .r S7.i >. ao and live block has ,
feeder
idiul for the
::0\\: I.-": Punch D.ini-h Aquaril.Ulum..1 Ii opportunity to make a good : J :
<, !\ uiiil othfr brand* bad a good :
I Ii!. II! Wmfs Liquors and Boiler Fell on Allen. i showing for tie :grain consumed. Farmers I .HALF.
I Iw ain -tuck. Amerlcus. fa.! Jan. (&!.-Ix>o Allen, should be able to cat their Thanksgiving . 1

\ iv jroods can lie procured a prominent citizen and, planter, while I turkeys with a gn'at'al of sat i k 'j i' i..

V ,; dl.lri\lIch.: corner Oari I superintending the loading of machinery -I isfaction.-Stockman and raruiir. _AT THE_ ( t

-: ;and !Iwh .luenue. on a flat car wns badly $

by a portlor of a boiler falling InJUrel\\ The Ponllry Iloune Floor. I i I I\ Reliable Kentucky Barrel House Ii j.i

CHRIS THIESEN, crtishir.i Urn about the breast and Poultry houses should be well filled ONE MILLION ,

abdomen. The full extent: of his injuries III with sandy soil or gravel 1. so ns to

( i"\:, :\uurd Intt-ndencia St. Is net yet determined bit they : be a foot higher than the surrounding: t

-- .. art' possibly: serious.To i rouI\ll. This is to keep the Louse dry S. A. Friedman

I and prevent diseases! that result from Get Our Prices Before \:'.
WI.Rt4'k !'iCIII' DUI.1 Fntertaii Mrs. Chamberlain.! :, the fowls running; on damp n\uul. .\ I II

mR: CTEAM DIVISION New \ 01.... Jan. fi.-During colonialPomtary good miie-ut lloor is better but many I SOLK PJtI'RIETOIt. 1 .. "'J' 1:.

Chambe1:lain's visit! to Jo i j farmers will not have them on account Purchasing.Capacity 0,.',
1'1\: ,f '..\ tI.tcnICTtUdIl.-\: : hannflIIrIr": Chamberlain! will be'entertnined : of the 'ost.'oodcl1 doors are all right, of vA" ',,:

I: \11.\\\Y COMI'ANT. hth,.. Airrriran! women i] but should be high enough for the I am now receiving the Lrgetandmo-t excellent assortment j .
-t
'"',. r'| 'n.aeoa for the LUll resin nts r-f that city according!! to a i i wind to pass freely umll'rny floor Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Gins > i.4-. :; :

II'tit) ,i. Wllrrngtcn Jiavy' law dispatch! from I nndon Ii) The Tribune j that will reiuaiu dry tills the bill e-oin- OF EVERY DE:05CHlPTlO,1: ; 'I
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-must
at
but the hard floors are more 50,000 Daily.McMi11n !u' 4
pll'tt'y. Line of Cae Rattled Good
II l' "-r've lit Port K rr&nc II' TlS u I cleanliness! is tin Al-o the Finest and Largest i'i: JiT
TheVi rst Korin clean and
t kept
a .. easily
I''t! lOt Fort Karrancaa 1o:4a .n"T Attention Given to Mail Orders. ItI *
I : 'n. a., -' lOt Fort Karranoki It3p9i'Tai Multitudes :are singing the praiesof keynote of success. Special
\ Kurt Hurrancas 4:15 p o Re sure ta( : j
IInl lowest prices.
IIt'1at Fort Barranca whichi I honest meR nre, best quality: fcf"I :
T:00pa Kodol: the new discovery sjnariutpe
,, .,
: n 'end'our Christmas; orders t i
ivrut Fort Karraacai !
8:4ip.a .
find Pear Brick Co j
1'j, ...ve Fort Harraucn for feciaU i* making so many sick people well ] Storing Applet f 'J
e 1 AI by digesting I In some German experiments: it was i i' '
and weik people strong A. FRIEDMA.N i
S. :
II ,' !IV- at "O'oll"4)ola ..._. $:uu k. L what they eat, by cleauiu? and i isweeteninir ; shown that apples\ wrapped In tissue to

I 'J< 'm lIl.r t v'\f II'at 1'.n8I1col.1'011111101.__1t.5 266 p.p.t t \ the stomach and by 'i j paper buses lined or newspapers with peat, dust then placed kept well In Pine Barren, fla.CMICm4ESTER'S 331 :rvnrli PiUfox Street, P. 0. Box 4IS. PENSACOIA, FLORIDA. KS.W: ; .; .,

1'.t _
iv. At 1'1010'01. 5:4S u u the -U
,, : m a'l-tTnat Pen.acol. .__ 7.tip.S'J3; transforming their food into from :Nov. 1 to May 15 following. Eleven ENGLISH i. "
iOI1 aat 1'8111111"01" __ I kind of rich red blood that the fourteen rieties stored -
pure
out of fi'
at :a"YI" only makes you feel good all over. Mrs.Crar.LUI.otTroY !: In this way averaged; over SO per cent rEFYRAL FILLS..'. J. E. DUIHJISSOX i? BROTHER, ?/;!*". : ; ,
\.t FUR WICK: DAYS.p. PJ --". Orl-tiai and Only *
: I. T., writes: Fora I I of perfect fruit Tears did not keep '" %AM- *.'.-. i.t> I >..llrMnrr .. 1'1.'
a Yon H&rr"aca. .:111 return tfci" 4\ ';:': ..- ell H lIKsTHf. KV.I.IMI \ STKKKT.
I with this experiment INTKK
AMI
N ry \ ard and return._. tfr number ot years I was troubled as we'll. In connection VoIK'-i'/, KH.I l.nl.l Ba.lie... Via <-n 01 COIIM-U TAKUUio.vx: -
P : s a j 1'slmt-tto each and rf;urD 14icnecrrs. and dyspepsia I apples and i*>ars were simply) -*\ '< w..n'. ..... -. raii> m.P. K-fuM
with indigestion \ iooo 1. j1!' l ib.llutioa. and Jmlts Tellers in
t ., .
,.
These kept much I 1 ( ll" K ; af j .r (>riv St': D-\T into the worst form. layered in peat (]u"t. :/ .JIICM '. ;* '. ...isUlisi -
\ f'\'r >rnH tie! I which grew Kodo! better than those wrapped\ in paper, remaining \ 'Co i?S & "IJci'tl: fur I..dI..m! '"".... .r,1'- Groceries
p
raaalnii; t Finally I was induced to use I -\-f'. ...r.\I.h. H'nt-w l-mvm-al, e !"ij. sChoice Staple and Family Hi ;
condition well into >z 4 hi.-h.- (k nilral<*
bottles I am entirely In good .
L., and after u ipp four u: _.. I'll I.4 !",
-a ra: LT FD-13 larrns.a a. ct cured. I heartily recommend i 1 July.I _ Oar Oood a. Received Fresh Ihil)'. They are too many to enumerate, s-
: 4 II as. Kodol to all suiter* from} indigestionand I and are \\Varrant to hA the JUfet th" Mirkf i\1y.rd arul can ben
tp.mJp.n dyppii. Take a dose after | A Farmer ('011..;:;* Needed.We CJP.EYCURSELITr! '-lif.d on.Ve can Implicate: any Order UIV' n m Dimming the -

p.B: Dlell: ;:, ft diets whit you eat nod in America as we never elid *Cicj.BtntlAiiiuati f
PD'. Harris Pharmacy, John h'rard.idu'r before a college or university; t:1t! or blt.r4tl.r> I .
ATTENTION.p
8 p.r.1. Kahn.C | ct mncoui rifotran-j. COLXTRY ORDER WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL
fp.nt j sliill: net: only r.ttempt to edn-ate the 1'slD .- anil c a

.' ':1: posFt'fn.4Y j farmer tilmz lines: of scieirc.! : but U. I -8ox325- Bro. 1tII J
kLi, .- .. B T 0 r-L X A.a.tI. sol b7 irttahia, J. E. Dubufaon & u

.:nr.4krraccos: __zqaT1I _-_ Ifc :e Kid Y Hate i'J.3rjJ | 'lIal1I""U L'* rirtts: : and sympathize tr wet firc ia ,piii iireja1'_ !_,,,lui., I PHONE 66. 4 hIFIP.amily f*! rJ
Yorker Grroccx-
s'O .a3 with h:3.-IIr.I: New .
f\rroto 81ch I |( On, t.r 3 l ttf,73.!
'-:::1. _..._____ IKelvel 8 ptue 'i +- I fcubscrlbe for TileNEWS; lOc per 'tee.... ,mrc1ar |% .i 6U 'cairf DI-2i '
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A THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY JANUARY ?, 18C3



$1.50. FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.SHOES .
FOR
PIANOS TUNED

21 ,: IMPORTANT MEETING -

NEWS NOTES 1 You want a good Plano tuner to !r

stay i in Pecsacola, still you holdback

1 your order. Send it in. I have
BOARD PUBLIC SAFETY _/ A A I II had 20 years' experience and have I J Do you need any now ;

I The dancing class conducted ty : worked in several piano factories. contemplating buying a

Eb.! Thompson meets tonight at the :, Orders left at Johnson's book store pair; ever have any trouble -

':( usual place. i,i will be attended to.CHAS.. getting fitted? .$ &

{ The dancing class of Misses; O'Leva'' W. PBESSLEY.

.i ; Annual Reports Heard Today and Office of, and Lmhingtjn wilt be held toni;:nt !
; Jtfarston 4' Quina have a
at 8 o'clock at the Catholic Knights SHOESis
Fire Chief Filled for New Year-Several I I hall. A good attendance and a fine line of Rattan Parlor

1! : Policemen Elected and Other Business pleasant time promised. Suits, and odd peces; they our specialty, and if you

I Extensive improvements are being are better and cheaper than will call in we will gladly

ti Transacted. made at the jewelry house of J. ever. show you the largest

I. Stephens in the way of new show
line of <8- & S S
When Mr.
windows. completed

a ; An important meeting of the board Stephens will be able to diplay to SL AUNCH

of public safety was held this morn- PLATFORM WASCOMPLETED I advantage his elegant line of dia- SHOESin

;1 insr. Chiefs of tne city's executive monds and jewelry.One 1r 1 yam.'..'..': ...rou... _

t J police and fire department were in TODAY of the most popular merchantsin l: the city and at the

r attendance and every member wee. the city la distributing souvenir = CHARTER same time fit you absolutely

present and took active part In tie I buttons containing; a photograph of perfect. 4
I ,
I The contract work on the new himself. It is supposed this is but a
session. I The
cement platform at the Union depotwas forerunner of the announcement of Elegantly Equipped j

After a few corrections, the minutes complied today and accepted :'!i his candidacy for the office of city Naptha Launch CUPID, :] SHOES

of the j marshal. This is the with Parlor Car \
previous meeting were by the railroad company. The job I'I a pointer to Fittings,

t accepted. :i other candidates. f a trip on the bay or for
is a very neat one, vastly improving I is all we sell, and don't
4 Marvin Stearns, a member of the i j Christmas comes but once a year; a cruise.
the depot proper and reflecting i you think we better
i New Year's Day ditto but when Accommodations 0i! are
;
r"j fire department, wasbaforethe body I credit the contractors.STORM j ; i for .;
upon prepared to servo ?
they pass the family supply choice i you &
passengers
3 on charges of fast and reckless driv '
(' liquors and wines for household use '
x ic Steams pleaded guilty and Rates very reasonable.
U Renew the |
I SIGNALS : generally gone too.
MEYER
made a statement in his own behalf. I stock by calling on Kryger at the i Landing-Pine street. SHOE CO. ,

-x' The board df-Ci1ed that he was responsible :'Bijou, Merchants hotel. He carries I| CAPT. STEARNS,
ORDERED TODAY
d for the damage to the hook the finest line of rare goods of purestquality ; Master. Feet Furnishers for Ca>h Only.
1
I II '
{ to be found in the city. : -
-- I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
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and ladder truck and compelled him : II I I --

ti pay costs of repairs amounting to'' A message was received by the :, The finest line of umbrellas in the i i LODGE .TILT.....T'ns.. .-.T. .._. ; .;TiT.
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$3iO. weather observer at 1:ilJ p. m. today city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look ; DIRKCTOUY! r.' -'."'_- ..w.._- -.."._----- -'_......_. .-..-._-s.....T- -.-.,._--...._- -...._. ...sg

I. at them. I ll,
s A resolution was pied instruct. up southwest storm signals I '
-- ---- J KNIGHTS
ing the chief to impress upon each and stating that high westerly winds Now is the time to order your I OFPYTHl AS. ii I I ..January Selling1. [I;

Christmas cake such as fruit,pound PennacoU Lodge, No.S, K. of P,
', .
driver that in case of accidents from will prevail during the night. The
ornamental or any kind of c.lkel1. at meets ....AT.I
every Monday
evening -
their work, they would be required signals are ordered up to cover the I Pfeifler's Steam Bakery.MARITIME.. In tbe t7MO Blount at Castle Watson tall. I:); (:)
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to foot the bills. east gulf and Atlantic coasts a3 far I Ban-ling tnlrd floor. iI
Visiting brethren cordially THE BIG STORE :
z Louis Roach, a police officer, was north as Norfolk. welcomed J. A. LYLE I(j'

+ for conduct unbecoming au otiii H. HORSLXB V.C.
;
i up cer. Roach entered a plea of guilty THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL &.B.d B. I(.:) Means Loss to Us, but Gain to the Customer. I(l:l J

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; and asked the board's leniency.The ARRIVED Damon Lodge No. 13

y }'OREcA T-Falrcoldl'rtoolgJt! and Span B9 Alicia. 1M7, Liuarraga Liverpoolto meet every Tuesday evening at ;::)1at I I;
matter was discussed in executive bait Transit Co Castle Hall corm r Palate and Garden I
Thursday fresh nortnwest winds I streets VlilungKnlRhtscordiHllyInvited. '.>; 8pecial Sale Monday and Way .!.
session and Roach was suspended CLEARED. J.ALBERT JOUM&OV, ;

.a for thirty days, with the warning Temperature In Last 24 Hours: .I Span sa Ida,5'tiii.: Arano.bv Gulf Transit I DAN Ir.RtIy k.ofTt.At 8. C. C. 9 o

I Maximum..... ______._..._._. ;5i degrees ; Co to. LUerpool witli I.tlCi sqrbales cotton, '& In Skirts Shirt Waists Fine '**
that if he remained member of I i.wn round bales cot ton, 12 oak logs val ; Cloaks
a the peg
Mmiuiuui__.______.._._.:So degrees j I ]
urdats'IY5sltor.Manche'ter with 478 sqr i. o. o. F.Pensacola I El)
. force his pan disgraceful conduct I j!.bales cut ton.valued, it$-'I.lillj for KobvwltD.dm I ;! Dress Fabrics, Silks, Knit Underwear ,I:'
Temperature Elsewhere: Mir bates cotton valued. at UJ.I:>d. Entire
...
l would in be t>', :5Brw I I'alueol
tolerated. \ >
no way cargo. -
.' ''f Mm. *IU. lorredge.m. Partridge by Cary A hedge So 3 1 I I:) Clothing, Etc. I
; Monthly and annual rep )rU from Atlanta._ .__' .__...___.._..._.P** IVi ,, Co for Bremen witli in lout coal valued meats every Thursday evening at "::)0 at .
BI"IU\rck ......._ 1'1 M at fl.'JIII i KarTord ball.*>') West Inteudencia tlrt-et. ', '1i
JJ the marshal and Fire Chief Whiter lhIC"1o.!: .__ ......_"....'.._ I"1 |I I br 6S(.laiiton, It'll. L Ik. bv Gulf Transit 1'isriingbrethren cordially tot( d. 1
\'WClnoatloo. _...__.h :I (Co for Tampicj, with I.CJU tons coal valuedSorbk I J. E.Loss.S.U. I 4embsa ia rin ad d D G Cocas"!"j jI

't?- were submitted and accepted. GatveSLOU.-Huron........_- _.?..._......___11 i" i Vs*) !I! at fleJ:1 Ascalon,1.1;i.I\"t'rt'.n. by Mouth.states : JG.WEL.H.Secretary. I r m> eslc
". l In December there had been 121 Jacksonville_..._?.. ?._.._ .. > I cm I Lumber Co for Kio Janeiro)
4) 44Key
...1 noM __.?__..._21 5! wuhSrilJAOSftlumber; ,valuedatIJIuItal I,I AMERICAN GUILD. I'r tl{:
1t: arrests. Fines imposed amounted toya' Wet Llty......__.. ...___.\0 iMMempblS bk deoTRcsalentlne.7n7. Bimonettl. I ;! At Bargain Prices. J Jf
? .
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bv W H K er Co far Buenos with '
> Ayres
I _. ......_..... .._.._*! fit, I
, i. U,e U lumber valued at $i,'.'i j I'ensacola Chapter No. 1507. i

itt :. For the year there had been l.Ji'J New Montgomery.'s Orleans_......... .. .5t':! '41,+ SAILED. I I I! 1-'. E. BRAW>EK, I'. LINDEeTRPTII jjj I

:flew York .._. ..... ....?.....?.._.. -J'i :\i !'pan ss Ida.:iel. Arftno. for Liverpool :Secretary:; Gdvrrbor.Ti f
tr arrests. The total fines amounted "avannali.?'"_ .?......?.St 41 Br ss orrldge,v'171,Partridge,for bremea I 1 !Uilliam loljitsou r & Son. i if.i. f i
'.h ;... to $22.G: .; the collections to 112,- It.: Louis __.._.............. u it .f

it' 7G5 ...iJ.- NAVAL eiTOUES 31AKKKZ. THE SHIPPING. J. Viti &

: f r 1 The tire chief reported 12 alarm Sported Dally-for Tbe Newt tj VESSELS: IN PORT ; Lit ,..,.--_..-....!".---I'..-- ."" :.."-. .-"....>,.'_.-_'..'.'---.-_-,.,!..--. .-,...,..-_-_-' ."..'-----0_....'.T-...--"._-_ w.-..JI

' 'fi for December. Losses were l&tf G. I Union Naval Store Co. STEAM 5HirS. INSURANCE

Insurance BOSIS.W llr Karlswood, IWi, Brown toW 8 Key- I
ii.roJ.( Water pressure ser.t Co
l for the month # ___._ It ji) H__ .....}:Jhi' S "d tmwanuel: ,lis11, Myer, toGulf Transit AND < .. < fiiiiiifi r
s t! 77 pounds.Mika __....... .._ Co r rPartial >
WU ? S KO U ._.... ....? 1 ;oY REAL ESTATE
fi 1i!l Puhtell, Chas. Carlin and [__.. ... ... _......85.i F _."." ...___ 1 ft) Co tier r'nd Horn kill: Habch, to S: HL: ,

Wm. Farims JL..... ... _. ....._ 3 S3 $..._....... ...... 1 MS : | r' } asked tu be made It _,,__ ) !)_..._........15H I Dutch Kateudrecut, l.iiil,'f,, nsnD.to il Ii -

members of the police force. TheminuuieatioiH 1-......... ..__.? i 4') C A below ._. 1 So i Boyer Br Jacob r.rlgbt: li; A Anderson to 1'ensa- I ALFREDjIOOQ
List
.m cola Lumber Co of desirable Dwellingsfor ,
.
<
l tlPIKlfB TUBPI::ITIS&-II. 'I
< ; of Uarliu and Far --- pan Leonora l'ni, Bustinza, to Gulf Rent in Various Parts
Transit co
;.f r 11 is were tabled but that of Puhtell NOTICE.The Aust Ulimpo. HoRRla!: to K Hoggin I of the City: I .......
Hr BrKO'-eheldiy CI1..ap.to lUx M Robinson ,
firmed an interesting subject for I H5.00: i1 -s'ory house,containing 12 rooms, .
Br Tbornl}. l.7, Major, toW L WUtlcn aa modern and conveniences, bath on .I I CI.i .
upper
lower
floors
discussion and at one time the talk ik\ Co I corner lot.
1m( became very warm. I hector Rev. Dr. Beverley E. Warner, i I Br Windsor:..',till li>I othlo0ulf PS. Iransit Co I nice Louses yard., etc.and, shrubbery No. 7H East stable LaKuastreet. oul- i WILL SELL c ". -
of Trinity church, New Orleans .
j J Puhtell, "i i Nor Charles Dickens 1:ia>. Korrensen: to Ji.I '-:S story boarding bouse, containing
I previous to his latetrouble the famous I'\hakepereau; orderIt 25 room?, known as the 1'once de
: Ep+e. 1.N9. Oneto toorder I Leon house, No. llct" East
Inteuden
i ti" with the marshal, had otter scholar and lecturer will deliver
au .
: Ital "'/I\'OUIII. ltt Maggio.a to I:>lmpson cia Street.It
I: tI ed open insult to the chief and his addle in Pen:acola, on Wednesday Ao I .>I.I.,-.\desirable 2-story modern dwelling I
It Trojun. l"i.'l. Kertalottp. toorderj i rooms mo-t desirable
section of the
jfi application evening, the 14th of this month at It 'ttnloi>, lid, MOPSO. to KOSJI-.CO Kros I city on a corner on tbe street carl I "Better Goods
to
n be
again made a o'clock, under the ; It BiiduorB. ljJiI.l'i'rrool.: ; (oil 11 lioyer line,.No Hi: North Barcelona street. ,
member auspices of the !! Lrer ilkoiumou.. I';-:), Orimps, to H t'l 5=JI..II.I-Lllrge 2-story dwelling. In rooms i
! I the force was; submittedminus Parish Guild of Christ church, for''I Shorter Co I f fronting Seville Square, No.9: East I
< Nor Wllduood. llss Nelson, toSSLCO Government street. i
|
: i. an endorsement from the the benefit of the church building I ': ,-Conirortalile new 2-story: modern

Ii marshal. The board, after requesting uud. | BARKS 01lt'llIog.tlOO oBoe\ roomlvery'dralrablebee-, situated ., FOR THE :
I Nor .\8calon.IIS..rl..n..toS 8 L CoItal city on North :4
ii I Marshal Credille to make the This lecture will be given at the Boccicin Ke>ello,did, Kaluere, to H Baylen streets.between tHrong and Iieboloi 1
i Public Library hall on Kist Chase I liases A Co J.5.wi-2-story dwelling Rood order with \
H Cl'sarN t, Colosta. to order
'Jl endorsement, elected Puhtell the
to
t K three doors
rooms from tbe belt'i
street between Palafox It Cavital.r7i, Ullipplnl, to Peaeacola
ana Tarragona I ,
line has
; gas and water throughout
Lumber Co
i.i i force. street, and his subject will be, I It rellclna Ferara, 8J3:? Cblazza, to JJO.OO-1-story: No.:2H.North dwelling: Barcelona 7 rooms,street.city water I Same Money

J ji In pacing! upon the matter theri "Shylock from a New Point ofView. Pensacola rarezla.Tlt.Lumber Uoeetto CoItal to UOSHSCO Bros bath gas with large corner lot,No. 5
4r! West
r ." I K\ed bladan,547.; selander, to W L Wit V/rignt street.
?
of Puhtell'
; question statements to rich 4 Co ,15..o-l-.tory( dwelling.rooms, newly papered -
i
All are invited. to attend. Admission Ital Ueorgeg Baleutlne,7-7, Sitnonettl to and painted throughout on
the newspapers came up, and on this belt line No..t"V EaStGregary street.
60 rents. Gdlw orderIt Manln, Mosso. MI. to F O Howe 4 CoItal $15.no- -storydwelltng.cttywaterandbath, OR THE
I i |: ground Capt. Putnam entered an ----- Maria Delia,7>>J,Guardia to Kosaacollr 7roomshalf block of ground with
beautiful sheds trees, >o. 7"S East
!jj to Puhtell's electicn. 09Ital C..rvantl'latr..et.
. ; objection re- J. I. STEVENS Miro. 811. Parma to order
,
I12.5 -l-story d 'elllolt)1o 415 East Gregory -
Ital Massatireuco W7 Ventura to orderIt
) The mayor changed! that member'smind Nostra MsJreV15 Conslgliere.!: order street 5 rooms, newly papered and
THE
TALAFOXSTUEET
{ 'ELFI t. painted.
:, by showing that if every man j Aust l'o culcb *ul, Mandik. to order I11.UI No.Oil East Belmont street 5-rjom Same GoodsFOR
Dealer in Diamonds, Sterling Silver ] I It PnDsacola,9slkiwonettetoYarodl A cottage, city -'ater. newly painted
; was fired for talking to the reporters In perfect order.
Jewelry, Watches, ,dlColtal Padre 509. Ollvarl tuff Knars A CoIt 1l1.51J0.. inn North Aleanlz slrhet. a new
d I there would be no policemen, noI' Goods Toilet Articles, Canes, Umbrellas I f aoia \n elo.IIrI.Lavalla. totSaarsACo 110.10-\10.house< *>In i East good order Belmont with strt'l't.5 rooms.city

!: marshal nor any members of the Rings, Bracelets, Etc., Hr Rollo,!I1.Jl'nltlns. to master l water a neat I 5 room cottage newly

I'. board. Clocks, Opera Glasses. I Nor Ital t HHenzo.+nd.IU"01,1.Pelterson.tol'ulltvant Mmonettt, to order :Co I t U.ii>-painted No. 1110 East and LaKua renovated street throughout a nerdpaDeredl p

We are offering for the Christmas Ital Titania, .II, oarguilotoorderItTrento .rool1l cottage In good con
!
i The applications of J. A. Calvin turi':, Gotuiso. to order dition.large lot,city water. I
holidays bargains in Diamonds, aud Italenuont., Kazvtto, toHH L Co A larg..Hst smaller dwoliinRs, as wetra \ 11I(4
I't4 i and Mike T. Pitts for pjsitions ont I anuwb..rol stores and offices tUK KESl'
I ItjVesuvIa, 5..J\I. Cacace to Bosi f are showing a large line to select Or W1nd'hrant, ItN,. llaa,. to master I I
THOS. C.
WATSON &
CO.
t I the police force, were received with from. We have everything suitablefor I Bus \'stavat,IM Aftltonen, to S P /tehotler Leading Real Estate Kenlal and : Less Money
Co
i i. endorsement. Christmas Agents South alafoi Inlurllnce/|
proper They were ; or wedding present*, '! SCHOONERS. I
elected. and will take pleasure in showing
; I Am Bent C Frith.T*!. Keen to order i 1It.j
L ocr goods. l Am Brother, 120, Kelly. to wasterAm
John Baker and J. Geo. White .'
!i. i HJalmar". Axelsen. to masteri THAN ELSEWHERE."
120 S. PALAFOX. Am olive T W1.lttler. *Swjer, to J
Jr., were candidates for chief of the I
!_. A Ierritt *CoGUMBO
t I fire department. White receivedthe I S /I4KEBflJt MKa
Hare you seen those shaving
vote of each member and was
stands and music cabinets SUPPER
declared elected.

W R. Bicker was selected by the Just at the Marston thing for$a Quina's.Christmas -A'D-

It board: as assistant chief. He was present. I..DANCE. B NOTEA ALFRED MOOG

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opposed by Robert Whitebead.d. S

Bicker was nominated by Mr. Gonzalez CUKW NOTICE I -BT TH&-

I- and was supported by that NEITHER the captaln.ownennor 'j
CATHOLIC KNIGHTS AMERICA GIGAR
( consignees of the span ss : ,
gentleman the mayor and Captain Leonora wtil be responsible )
'I+ for debts contracted by tbe AT THEIlt HALL
Putnam. Whitehead was nominait t- crew of said vessel.
I

";. ed and supported by Mr. Johnson UuU Transit Consignees.Co., BU3TIN7.4 Captain.Silt, I Wednesday Night, January I 14, D. HALE WILSON,

and Chairman White. )Jr. Johnson
See that Each Cigar is
HOT COFFEE, CAKES ETC,
asked that his vote in this matterbe NEITHER tbe captain owner I

recorded.The nor Alicia contlgneei will be of responsiblefor the Bpansi j j Will also be Served.ADMISSION. Stamped. Real Estate and Rental Agent,

meeting then adjourned. debts contracted by tile
of said veuel. : FRANK
crew REILLY
C. LUZ \RRAGE.ilnlf I 13M; ? South Palafox Street,
Fruit cake, best made at Pfeitler's Transit Co Captain.
Steam Bakery. Consignees. 7dtt Gents 25c ; Ladies Free. SOLE AGENT. TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENSICOLA FLORIDA.:

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