The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
lccn - sn 96027213
System ID: UF00075893:00299
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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Appeal Made by Bubonic Plague ,
Vn First Meeting of Commission Held


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_IrY, BE DISINFECTED. I ... The fight for the United States A fight at Ferry Pass terminated BRANCHES o. ARE PRESENT,
marshal-hip for the uorthern dis- rather seriously for Jack Eslenian, i ,

T j.-ven People Are In the Lait I' Will Inquire Into the Causes Fcr Higi; trict of Florida h attracting atten- white, aud Lum Webb, a young The Work Was Discussed and Refer i I It Is Very Probable- -: -t't-- a Peace PadCincinnati.

OccurrwlFri- .
and Six Deaths I Prices of Coal. tion in all parts of the country, but white man: was brought to...the city ed to Separate Committees, WhichWill )! WI:: ,e Ate;t.!!. .J '

-One Entire Family Died f the :, Chira oJan. 10.-The prompt action Joint Session Jan. lu-Aiur !ring in
t. Another
i I of State Attorney Charles: hencenupon the southern newspapers seem to last night\ by Deputy SheiMf Martin. Report to sepeate ccuurtnis' during the night : ,

Ci,I 3 Disease :information furnished him by I deal with the matter with more concern Webb was later released until Fri- To Be Held During Year. :and, again this morning at their respective .

Mir! es, Ca.l, Jan 10.-John T'I t tE the special committee appointed 1I'j than those of other sections, day on his own bond. Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 10.-The first j j,I nutel.\ the jtrut: ccnicrtnce of the .
mines :i the Illinois Manufacturers'I : association: : I
owner of the Tajj national and American Baseball
> Esleman made of assault meeting of the joint commission of
and some interesting "inside" Infor- a charge
are located 4.) miles from Ia. resulted in the convening this mom- Methodist Episcopal church and I leagues: were 3unicu at 11 o'clock tot

,_ Mexico, has recleved the fol- Ing of a special grand jury to inquire mation is now being printed. Amongthe against Webb. The first named had the the; Methodist Episcopal church south'l day. The drift! : of sentiment befori

II .' t.-ifgram, in response to which i j into the causes for the high prices demanded correspondents who have giventhe an arm broken in the melee, the fracture apjjointed to consider the the conferees went into executive session :'

subscribed $1.000 for ] for coal by Chicago dealers. with both sides having carefully
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? subject some attention is the having been produced by a a common hymnal, was held this af-
.:f of plague sufferers in that I Ir Twenty deputy sheriffs worked almost considered the situation since the ad.

'. the entire night: to secure serviceof Washington man of the Jackson- stick swung by Webb. ternoon.: The branches of the commissionheld journment last night so that they
Ma/atian, Mex., Jan. 0.-John T.I summonses upon 75 venlremca and ville Times-Union and Citizen who, While the fight or trouble lasted it separate sessions this morningfor could adopt some specific order ol '

B-a.. ury Los Angeles: The city of of subpoenas for the appearance of views business today and proceed In a par .i \J
I Saturday, sent his paper this story: was interesting. information the purpose of exchanging '
coal dealers who are .
Jhuutlan.! always one of the first to prominent to be liamentary way on motions to consider .
. '" the relief of all other cities of i to be In a coal combination if "The republican state committee today obtainable, it seems that Ese- and agreeing upon session.the The joint the different matters in dispute', :
I urged; at the Joint
and neighboring republics when ', defiance of the law. When court was doesn't intend to be turned down in man had a grudge against Webb held behind closed doors and if faorable action was secured
calamities, i called this morning a majority of the -' meeting was al .
t' have suffered great : workof the miiir_ of patronage, of course, and went to settle it. Forcing his and plans for future work were adopt with unanimity on leading points .
the victim of the most terrl- talesmen were on hand, and the issue then the attorneys would draw :
is.ay if it be and the result of into Webb's house It is said he ed. The work was discussed and referred -
>f all evils-the bubonit: plague. I empaneling a jury at once pro- can helped, way to separate committees which up some "peace pact" in accordance I'

", hants, bankers and property own- I ceeded. the president's withdrawal of the attempted to wipe out. the whole will report to another joint session to with the motions carried for final

have formed a charity and relief I Judge McEwA suspended court nomination of Capt. W. H. Xorthup Webb family and the ail. of the be held some time during the >ear. adoption.The .
mittee jointly with the civil au- proceedings while the order for a spe- meeting opened today with all i
for United States marshal of the young man is said to have been in The two hymnals contain about 1,000
cial venire convening the grand jury
of different
sufferings i
tips to alleviate the feeling (cheerfully hopeful, quite
hymns each, and it will be the dutyof
iws and orphans and also to was issued. northern district of Florida has beeni clear self-defense. It is so regardedin I from the meeting of yesterday
I cull the best
I the subcommittees to
the i I
The order taken to
';5sibl t" stop the ravages of commissioners was at once and 75 names to bring to Washington a number of I the Ferry Pass settlement, and from each: and submit their work: to when each side doubted the sincerityof ;
.' ihioase. Knowing your I the other, and neither side could sea
temperament and hu-1 i were handed Immediate service. the prominent leaders of the party'! the young man seems" to have the ; the next: joint convention.It .

; Charles! Haralin, who was in telephonic among the number being Messrs.: ,d.I sympathy of the I citizens. is the consensus of opinion any peaceful prospect results.of accomplishing any '
communication with Mr. Den- among the members of the commissionthat 1

,', s with which to at.'I' een several times yesterday arrived in Chubb, Coombs, Duilum, Sheppardand i i. The preliminary trial will take the new hymnal should!* contain Previous of the to conferees the Joint: were conferencesome in con

of tho greatest ca- Chicago today and will take active Stripling, besides the parties to place before Judge McCullagh next from 7oO: to 1.000 hymn sultation with attorneys, but this was ,

hail 1"1fl'it in the prosecution. He also expected that the contest, Messrs. Xorthup and Friday. The commission visited the battlefield not for the purpose of drafting any
I of Nashville this morning as the )
Ma-1 the Retail Dealers' association, the .
I Uno.: \rrtsidfct, The conference did notreconvene
McGoui, the latter of whom now paper. joint
will be
Hoss and
,,: <', n..iiri .-." j jr DulldingTanagers' association and guests of Bishop until hour after the ;
I| the railroad commission of the city holds the oflice and is a candidate GOING TO given a dinner at the Maxwell thisarterno'Jn. an appointed f
i.i Die of Plague I I hour on account of the consultation .
: council will assist in the proceedings. His friends .
.Ia! 1" ThI'Y': say
i of the elgbt conferees with part Inow I-
Bishop Goodseli, of the Methodist .
,r. U> ia'A. : ': -1? i i that Senators Hanna and Allison, I ners in ownership, managers anJ
Episcopal church, that suih con
Freedom of the Press Denied. says
\ i"n. New York Jan. 10. Details both of whom are strong with the DRYJORTUGASTHE ferences between the two great others who were in the lobby. : I
I .' .' i\\\ i,g d i ,' of tin* pa-M!: '. of an. Many telegrams were received due "

\1 Iii. v IB "ijili-! 1 1. I' e left the .\tr aH l Incident which shows the continued administration, are at his back, and churches meant the outcome and ,; Ing the forenoon by the conferee from i f'J r

c.,,': ',. ::1\.' on :-.e! islands! r.-ar this! : determination of the Russian govern hence are much encouraged."One prophecy of more fraternal feelings" their absent assistants, and the delay! ; I!
further follow said
"What ,
i ',i \ niiiufier' AnuTiia's !have ment to deny freedom of the press BUFFALO SAID TO HAVE may In reassembling, partly due to the desIre
of the bitterest fights in the the bishop "no one would wish to pre
,;, ::1. ;O' I are given in a dispitch to The Times of some for further advance. ''

1 I' 'b.i, !:" n d-'i I ,iVil! I to ,!ihsmfc' the front St, Petersburg: A committee modern history of the republican' BEEN ORDERED TO THAT dict, but all Christians, of course, Among the additions to the groups tIn .
for an Increase of fraternal fellowship.
ftr '- 'II on 'c The charity journalists and literary men which pray the Pat Powers ofNew
I party of Florida seems imminent, I ." lobby today was ,
:. i r i.fl 1! my for the houses had arranged for a banquet in celebration POINT TO-DAY. York. president of the National
and wftut the outlook will be is All the members of the joint commission
of the two-hundredth annicisary
t! > h. 1 iirned and for all Association of Baseball II clubs. lie

'r> ,''ced.[ I of the publication of the first wholly uncertain. Either of the -- are present except Professor was advocating another conference
Caleb Winchester and Dr. W. A.
a .1", tried by the plague Russian; newspaper received an intimation !
was candidates win or neither. soon between the committees of the
may It i H stated today that orders have Qua)IP.The ,
way to Ill Castillo!: lIe that the plan was untimelyand National and American leagues oa I
the end of the incident that One unique feature of the affair ii been issued for the training ship session will continue for three .
i the city to be ht'nt toit was one side and all the minor leagues on I

he died on the way the police forbade the banquet and the fact that each declares the otherto Buffalo to leave tomorrow for Dry or four days but none of the members I the other, for an agreement to protect
the work be
expects to completed
four members of the committee werenotift..1 the minor leagues from contract
and Jump
have sympathies Tortugas for fumigation. The reportis within a ,
: c'rder to save her son that if the program! was carried year.BANQUET in?. He wants the old national alliance !

'',.'n to a lazaretto put out they would be expelled from leanings. from an authentic source, and the re-established under more restrictive '

;,..ml' Ills! father andeonsequem'e St. Petersburg.New "All of the members of the Florida vessel is expected to leave here tomorrow TO JUSTICE LAMAR. provisions.It .

,'; attacked delegation are here, some cf them afternoon. is thought today the conference
Bar Tenders Him an Elegant I
and they died; within Invention a Success. having visited the state for a few Augusta __ I may continue--om over Sunday. hut _all u .
New York. Jan. 10.-The latest departure The Tortugas station is the prop- Affair.
house has Lc nanthnritif's think there will! be a pad
in the and all peace
days holidays, are busy Augusta, Ga., Jan. 10.-Associate
in electric lighting the mercury erty of the U. S;. Marine Hospital adopted.
pushing Florida atlairs of interest. Justice Lamar, of the supreme court, .
seen to be afraid ofthN vapor lamp invented 1 by Peter
This writer does Mr. of Service, and there is no danger of honor
., I Sheppard was the guest of Friday nightat
!ia/arettos prefer C'pr Hewitt son of former Mayor LOST CHANCE OF PARDON.
n at their houses when Hewitt, of New York has been inspeCted this city a grave injustice. The the diphtheria spreading. a brilliant banquet at the Hotel Don- ,

,if pUeuo. but the au- I. says: a Tribune dispatch from name of that gentleman is named There have been reported no new Air, tendered him by the Bar Association Man Who Eloped With Miss Alldredgt '

'instantly hunting: up[ London by Lord Kelvin and a numberof among those who are in that city, cases today.SMACKS. of Augusta.Hon. From Oneonto Jail.
J. Black of the
C. C. president
.1 taking them to the distinguished! scientists and prominent when be has never left Pensacola, Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 10.-May'
Bar association, presided and acted sa
men in the railroad and commercial but manifests a deep interest in the burn Murphree, the man who broke
toastmaster.The .
it* are being sent tot world. The lamp which is mado filhtand is a staunch advocate of REPORT Jail at Oneonto ant eloped with Shefr
tributes paid to Jutice Lamarby
', of observation. In various forms, consists of a vacuum Mr. IcOourin's candidacy. iff Alldredge's daughter, has sacrificeda
his associates eloquent and
tube of any length up to about 6 feet HEAVY WEATHERThe were most excellent chance for a pardon. J
fervid and had heartieror
no man ever a
In which mercury vapor Is raised to BURGLARS GET IN WORK. Last week his attorney G. W. Dap t

WRECK AT McINTOSH a high state of incandescence. The more unreserved indorsement. den, was here with a strong showing .
Justice Lamar responded in his hap. '
light produced is extraordinary dazzling Store, Postoffice and Railway Offici for clemency, and found the governor
Zia; 'U Are Overturned but Only One smacks Emma Jane, W. H. pleat vein and the occasion was a veritable i
to the eyes and all those present Were Robbed. disposed to recognize the man's claim

,. Man Was Injured. at the demonstration spoke enthusiastically Warren and Clara P. Sewall of the love feast. The associationhad for a pardon. Darden went to LEU
(;9.., Jan. 10.' -Passenger Greensboro N. C., Jan. 10.-Burglars hoped that Governor Terrell couldbe
.... of the new invention. Warren & Company fleet are in with Fayette on some other business and
*1 \ broke into three places Thurs-- present, but he found it impossibleto
->n the Southern railwayksimville i
catches of 5,500,1,600 and 1,250 snap- white away Murphree had taken him.
',' to Savannah, day night, at Walnut Cove. From a leave the capital at this time.In 1 t
Deeded Away Property.San pers respectively. golf off the eligible list of applicant ,
here at noon today by safe in the hardware store of Alfred '
Francisco. Jan. 10.-Willard V. The for a clemency by a tracer to the
r an open Huntington' one of the nephews of the list of escapes. Darden was here oa i
was also burglarized, a pistol weather outside. The Sewall was Berlin, Jan. 10.-Baron Speck Von '
was hurt although tho
and brother
late Collis P. Huntington a his way back and saw the governol
t and J3 in cash only able to fish one day before be- I the
:thing 4<> miles an hour. of Henry B. Huntington, has deed being secured. The Sternburg, newly appointed again, but his pardon case has nov

.f fireman jumped. The ed away practically all of his real estate depot of the Norfolk and Western railroad ing compelled to leave for home. charge d'affaires at Washington, con become a state house jest "

i.i tho mail and express to his brother and the widow of was broken open and an unsuccessful The Cynosure, which was fishing on ferred with Chancellor Yon Buelowfor < f

.:. :ui to pieces. Two coaches C. P. Huntington. The deeds give effort was made to drill into Campeachy banks, encountered a two hours today. The baron will Quality is what makes price. If

.' n.'d, passengers leaving title to fifty blocks and lots in San the safe which contained $300. blow that caused her to lose her be received by the emperor Tuesdayor I Burnett's Vanilla Extract was! BO better

,-i! the windows. The Francisco and S.OttO( ( acres of the Ysa- main-boom and split her sails. She Wednesday. He has engaged than other extracts; its price would

traffic for five hours. bel ranch in San Luis! Obispo county. An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. was one week in making the returnto transportation on the Hamburger Au- be the same. Once tried, alwayg ,. '
guste Victoria, which is to sail fromliamburg
The nominal consideration $1 and daughter and came in light.A .
"Some time ago my port :
r Jan ::0: for New York The .
'e at Alexander City. the transfer is subject to a mortgagefor caught a severe cold. She complained -

City. Jan. 10.-Friday $417,504. executed May 17, 1S39: of pains in her chest and bad a GOOD RECOMMENDATION Cologne Gazette today in an appar'l You can get your house

r; i ,', w minutes! after 2 o'clock to C. P. Huntington. bad cough. I gave her Chamber. "I have noticed that the sale ofChamberlain's : ently inspired statement, j furnished at Mar-
e' Ambassador Von Holeben's retirement complete
Covered in the home of lain's Cough Remedy according to

., "tton on Xorth Railroad directions and in two days she was Stomach and Liver from Washington is connected with I ston $ Quina's on easy pay-
Women well and able to go to school. I Tablets is almost invariably to those President Roosevelt's refusal to arbitrate
"' 'h was soon fanned Into as Highwaymen. have used this remedy in my familyfor who have once used them," says :Mr the Venezuelan ments, weekly monthlu
'iP6 by a sharp wind. It Denver Jan. 10.-Three women attempted the past seven years! and have J. H. Weber a prominent druggist dispute or to the I

e; the homes of Mr. A. S. Cot- to hold up a man at the corner never known it to fail," says James of Cascade Iowa. What better rec- alleged ill-feeling in the United States i MONEY TO LOAN
t of Nineteenth and Lawrence ommendation could medicine toward GermanyIn spite of the I
r-)Ss Barton Sr., and then Prendergast merchant, Annato Bay, any
; street to the camping streets about 1 o'clock this morning Jamaica, West India Islands. The have than for people to call for it unfriendly comments in the American I I At the Loan Office of W. R. Merl- .

-tock yard of Coley's ware- I and when he resisted them one of them pains in the chest indicated an approaching when in need of such a remedy? Try press the paper says, the attitude of wether, 112 Houth Tarragona street. -!
shot him, the bullet entering the attack of pneumonia, them when you feel dull after eating the United States toward Germany has
Ny hard work the citizens You ;f
which in this instance was undoubtedly when you have a bad taste in can get any sum of money you
T. ached the scene of the fire cheek, passing through the back of warded off by Chamber- your mouth, feel bilious, have no appetite always continued" very correct, in fact may need at the lowest rate of in
v 's warehouse lu which the head. The man, whom the police It when troubled with consti- even friendly.! The statement also'
lain's Cough Remedy. counteracts or terest. You can be assured of fair J
u .sand dollars' worth of cot.tolrl'd. have as yet been unable to identify any tendency of a cold toward pation, and you are certain tojie delighted say that Dr. Von Holleben's leave of I I treatment and confidential
and the head of the is unconscious and believed to be fatally pneumonia. Sold by all druggistsand with the prompt reUe"whlchthey absence is "not connected with the
afford. For sale all Pauncefote affair." business relations. j7tf
dealers. by drug-
Checked at this point. The injured. The women were captured medicine
and medicince dealers.
.: "''red to have originated la and gave the names of May gists Do yen want a magnificent watch /

room of Albert Cotton'sThe Kelly Delia Howard nad- May Sum MONEY Have you seen those shaving If you should visit the Union de- for little money? If BO, call oa F

property loss will mers. The police! are looking up their W. R. Meriwether, at 112 South stands and music cabinets pot, or be in that vicinity, don't fail i,I Stephens the jeweler. He will accommodate I

ti.:;o0, with Insurance on records. Tarragona street, has money to loan Marston to drop in at Ooldring'a: ti o, saloon. yon.
at $ Qtiiiic&'s.Just .
ns amounting to $:,450. in any sum you may require at low You will receive a hearty welcomeand Hot Chocolate with ,

Foley's Kidney Cure rates of interest on peronalsecurity. the thing for a Christ- find the choicest brands of IIqaora !. Whipped Cream at Solo : .

!Via s, Iii; Best f r 5r. mWs kidocys aDd bladder tight J7tf mas present. kept in the city. mon'a.



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"' Nasal AN EARL CLAIMS LAND. biked Y.a.Poly. I

r tt.:11: t I CATARRH House of Ejgleiton Seeking to EUb- works First bully.Boy-That there coal

& lish Old Grant Second Boy-How?
.. la aD its itagw then e aD
Jackson: Miss., Jan. 10.-John W.
1 First Boy-Makes coal so
kaold be cleaaiieia yW r
t tl.1 >
Jorpo Soiylie, an attache of the Mississippiland that pop carries it In Lissclf '
t... Cream Baler e + r
Fly* )
commissioner's! office has been scatter it-Good News.

f 1' i1esw.enotbeeandbea1i fi retained by the earl of Eggleston a
i t ti the dieta-ed membrane. Se.p' S
rt t.: Iteareecatarrhanddziteeat resident of Edinburgh Scotland to Home Taught. ...

, : :i a O>:<1 in tie Lead locate lands alleged to be owned by Bacon-Did you understand

t r-,, : ;'. l II I It him in this! state amounting to about guage when you were in for infants and Children.
Cream Balm is Into the nostrils, n-2
I placed iprtadsrer
acres. ?
the memb one and u alxor'oci I'.elief:; ii i lmLc Lf summer Castoria i* a lianuless substitute for Castor Oil, Par..
, ani U 'in-does The patent under which the earl of l Egbert-Well: when I talked and It is }tl\.
mediate a cure follows.: It not ] gone, Dl ps Soothiiisr Syrups. allt. It
. t Of tot produce loeezing. Large Size,Eiieenti at Druj-: E g1l' ton claims title was granted by STORK self I dI-1-Yonkcrs Statesman contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

I gftlt or by mail; Trill Size,It cent by mail. King George on June 5. 1764, and Is ChantlieMiss sutfetance. It destroys Worms and allays FererNhnes*.

; r* fm ELY lUtOt E .M Warren Street.Xe* York. located In what was then known as It cures Diarrhu'a aid Wind Colie. It relieves Teeth.

00 I '\ -. -----.- .. --,-..- West Florida and which is now the TIME Thlrtyodd must be in
> sort of She smiles Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
state of 1 person.
Mississippi is of
i to most women a term
71 The
Panacea 3Iother's
The Children's Friend.
f-i ., .. In May 1804, the earl of Eggleston. anxiety, serious thought | SIII'-Oh. she docs that so

1 r"; :): J It's eicwdingly smart to have your then reigning as the head of his house, and sweet anticipation. think the wrinkles belong to the The Kind You Have Always Bough
With the cessation of pain Cleveland Plain Dealer.
11(( lace dyed to match your dress. assigned a portion of the tract to Ray

'n I h'a'. t Brown and burnt orange form one of and Mazon. two adventurers, who were there necessary comes t o calm childbirth nerves,, Old Bears the Signature of
Same Complaint.
::11) ;X; i the latest color combinations in higU starting for the new world and they sleep and recuperation. _
Old Emdee-Well how do
t" .17 favor. entered a tract of about 5,000 acres.It .
!..;: ll i is claimed that under the agreement MOTHER'S Jour profession?
III-, While silk to match la the preferred
gr Young Emdee Profession Is
reached with the United States
1. for wool lighter shade
K-- lining a gown, a
.:t used. commission after the reolutionary war FRIENDdoes It's the practice I'm kicking
!if4i of the name color is sometimes

f =,r I The Marechal cape Is a new feature all patents Issued by King George diminish the pain accompanying Town and Country. I

i "q: -l of coats. It falls well over the shoulders were to be recognized' as valid and maternity. With its aid mothers can ando In Use For Over 30 Years.

] ?: 1 with a deep jioLnt In front and binding and if title can be proven In bring healthy sweet dispositionedand ?.r erNTAU" e""ONY, Tr .u.....u"n,., Mr...0..n e.TY.
!#*- A two in the back. this instance, it will be necessary for ideal babies into the world. Classille Verti

r'u all the the government to make them good. :Morning sickness sore breasts and excruciating -
f<: '. 1 Fur hats are rage, especiallytlitc
ermine, and hairy felts follow them It is a far cry, however, from the pains caused by the gradually
!fit-, closely Iu the felts one sees a variety I time of King George to the administration expanding penetrating organs and relaxing are relieved liniment.by this W. l B. WRIGHT (
t' ;.A .: of effects, buch as idiots, stripes! and I of President Roosevelt, and why Among the manifold aids to childbirth
'. ',loJ A-: '1 ,'*" f checks. I the house of Eggeston! has allowed: its Mother's Friend has grown in popularitjand ... N \" '1i-4, ,

," r, j'; Horizontal effects have almost entirely '! claim to slumber for so many yearsIs gained a prestige among rich womenas )1.0NEY 'i'O A.UN iI\\'\ J MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN

I 1 suiKTSeiled the up and down not stated. well as poor; it is found end welcomed __ _
I mansion well in the cabin. MONEY TO LEND on
r:< skirt trimming in the as as! -
turnings for By lessening mothers a onJ"of mind real estate, In large or : } LUMBER, LATHS
M lines of the FOUND GUILTY. -.
although long | and diminishing pain beautiful inCuenrt amounts at low rate of I

;.* ; perpendicular styles are much more becoming I wrought upon the! child end instead of Call on Leslie E. Brooks lLLJ SAWED' CWREiSSSfllHffLESPENfACOLA.

11.t i to ihort stout omen. I II I Famous Diamond Queen Gets Two peevish,ill-tempered and sickly forms yoc j at law, 204;Ja 6. Palafox tit., hl'Cr1fIS 8E i ii

''tJv >i iMm I Years In Penitentiary. have healthy, laughing: humanity remaining buildll1;. i ,
Favannah.: Ga. Jan. 10. Mamie De- and its '. FL "
a blessing ever to you county) I
Crist the queen of diamonds was in- All D:uggi t"sell Mother's Friend at *I.oo. I' MONEY TO-DAY-Do '
tttf I Write f our free Book"Motherhood" '!
JJ The time to shape the heads of trees dieted by the grand Jury this after- THE BBAOFIELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta Ca money? You: can
noon and later she pleaded guilty before amount you want today on COAL .AND WOOD.WE
; while! 1
: 'v la they are young. II terms and lowest rates:
i $ / Mulch from the forest. like rotten Judge Pope Barrow, of the superior Palma Euthusiastically Welcomed. i obtainable, on improved .

ml leaves, etc., makes good strawberry fertilizer. .i court and was sentenced to serve New York, Jan. 10.-President Pal- 1 i estate-from Wm. Fisher, EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA KGER TRADF
two years in the penitentiary. She here from Palafox Strefct.
I ma on reaching his trip
i4'_ will probably be sent to the prison THIS WINTER THAN EVEK fEFCRE
; If the roots of a tree are frozen and to San Juan Martinique was enthusiastically IIF
I farm YOU want to borrow mo
at Milledgeville.
:1 then thawed out of the ground or in I welcomed says a Tribune
-1f r It was the indictment charging vest money, insure your SEND US YOUR ORDERS NClAi
'.: contact with the air, the Uee will be : upon dispatch from Pinar Del Rio, Cubans abstracts of title,
',t her with the theft of jewelry: from procure
1 killed. i and Spaniards alike gretfng him with bell real estate, rent

1 Half a dozen well developed stems of i Theus liros. that the woman was sentenced. cheers. Soon after his arrival the any description, have Thompson, Olsen tCc ..

\.i t a j currant bushes will produce as muchItPi The other Indictment, charging i president started the work on the extension lected or your taxes : -

fruit as double the number of weak her with theft from A. U Des- of the Cuban railroad line. call on or address Tno C. Manresa Street, TelephoneESTABLISHED 1';: i.

bouillons was nol prossed. & Co., Real Estate and -
crowded ones. He drove the first spike. PresidentTod
1 I In consideration of the fact that she Agents Pensacola, Fla.
Most fruit trees bear fruit on short anal IJonel Carden were present. 1862.
pleaded guilty and saved the moderate. everyone
g of last year's growth. Keep this county The company operating the line is -
:> : epurs a lot from us we will lend
'f I III the cost of a trial and of its
h '(act In mind while pruning. Better being English. Mr. Palma in a speech proposed with which to build a McKENZIE OERTING
& CO.
her first in Cl"imillll'
5; trim too little than too much. appearance a cheers for King Edward. --- .- -- ,
c II IIIt case as a defendant Judge Banow
.,. IJulcra.t\\rtell ( II
]' la and Creere.Ibraham -DKALIM Ire- 0
:' made the sentence only two )'(8.1'5. '- --
-- -- -
'j.i; Khan DovMi, who has recently She took her sentence quietly Fifteen Degrees In 24 Hours. KINDERGARTEN !School
!{: been appointed Persian arnba* Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
enough; at the time, but later indulgedin Kansas City, Jan. 10.-The temper opened at 35 Dast Wright ,
S.JI< ardor Athens, is said to be the first considerable: weeping it. ature in this part of the southwestfell Oct. 1 by Miss Margaret
!f t ambassador from Persia to Crewel over AOS AND 805 S. PALAFOX 8TUIo ET.
an average of 15 degrees In the
it Xo consideration: is given to the wo
Mince Darius sent heralds in 401 H. C., =- '==-='=-
::t I'1' I man's statement iraplic.. ing well-! past 24 hours the weather bureau reporting AGENOY
demand earth and water' from the a IIA.lit < GO'.JU
ij4+; t to ': known Savannah young man in tile I 11 above zero for Kansas Cityat j REVERE COPPER COMPANY: JOHN A. ROEBLING'S HOISH CO.'S!
Creeks: as tlYIU"I; of submission to'ttti
y 1 o'clock this morninsr. The GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL HON'S PUMPfFilsti .
; crime. It is not credited.Thr MRS. SARAH BEIR }:-)
liin. The Athenians made arransemtnits -
I .. .. is clear with Indication of snow i turer and dealer m Hair Inn Gcrd(1 0s!! StaliM! l Icstrai!
sits Ciirli
I 11; *4 to welcome' the Persian this time -Son- Ras lUsiit.Wlsi'i I Hats Toilet Articles I Jiciin, IhlnOOMPAi4Btl1

tir : 1 with Ito!fiiis i- T 'inoni 'S, as they > I LOGS. "nl
329Vest Government
etc., :
President Uoo-o\i-lt was on a Coldest of the Year, I I
not Intend to kill! him as their nm-i's- ,
; McKenzia Oartinjj Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asao
turkey hunt in thenrighhorluiudof Hull Cincinnati. Jan. 10.The mercury
irj tors did tin n.essehger of iMrius. Although .- huC'u.t..". 1 ciition.I .
#j't Persia has had no minister inGriHHi1 Kim \UitlletU-ld. lie and a Mrf! Ilaydui. roach'-d a jjcint: as low as 3 degrees _......... ..,..,_ _- -........... .

with a guide, left 11..' turkey HIM and: above zero at some of the hilltops this WANTED-To mail you

IPA r "t: It has been for inure rcprcM'iitiil than twenty in Athens centuries by, i!1 plun.'cd! into a stretch( of woodland. 'lornin, the coldest of the year. The I of show Mses! druir. and I THE GARDEN SECTION .

I .\Ct, L' they 1J:1I1"allil l l some miles Mr. government repel which always .1 cures.'riteus.
a consul iu recent jears.They I
Cat' Columbus,
', I harden said to the guide. "1'uu'\(' lost bows a slightly higher record, was 7 I I- Company, Ii i 0- OX*-oPensacola
juiir "Not a I IitIt; it," was the ,. II 'te'I
way. abut Tho
weather is clear:! with I .
r-l W Dun't !SiicnU.' Iattllsh. "" \.L l: \1J'N.N'"
I reply.Oh., jes. you hm: \e. The sun wind from the southwest, Florida.
'11!! There are l,47i'.iNM' ) persons over the is In the southwest at this time of day indicating I IVA'XT D -lteliable I ,
age of ton resilient in the United States a rising temperature I i _
:t"i and we I-huul.II'I' going dm east." Mr.Kooseu'lt wen to errPura as a
.Uthi:. who oantiot speak tlu IJijrlish;: language I said: "1 always follow! manwlin I Liberal commission to ri Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
l 4 exclusive T:!.IH") Indians. The i I Zero Weather In Ohio. 'j ties. Columbus: Show Ca j
son or
1:'.: number is about :U per cent of the total Columbus. O. Jan. 10.-ZTO weathrrroai >I piny. Columbus, Ga..
stars. I'll follow leadership Ir. I
your --
,- Beautiful Lots for Sale.
The number off
population. largest;
x'iI Uajden.' lIe did so and reached his : in Ohio this rooming. In 1-Ytr Item. V:

rr ; lion-Knglish speaking persons is found destination! in a bee line, to the guide'sdeep 'vl2nd: it was 4 degrees/: above, in | --- --
In New York where they number "'!U"I' 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord
Y' discomfiture.' f'inp'nnati' l s and( in Columbus 2. In jiho j FOR Hg T-i.room( cottage

000. Pennsylvania, Illinois and Texas ;, .-r---. -7t-- country districts it was zero and i Cnae near DeV'illiers I ing to location and surroundings.
W : follow. Texas has it considerable One 't-room and 2
bctoTh wind is slight and the i ishy one
'.'i i spanish si>eakin:: onil.itinn. So hates clear. The indications are for ments at 213 W. : Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
1t'wI'xil'o: : and Arizona. In the former CASTORIAFor All in good order. Apply
t.t + I there are letss/persons not speaking warmer weather with snow Sunday. McHusfh. High, Dry Fertile Lands.

iijiJte English: \ and in the latter 'J7,000. Infanta and Children STATE OFOUIIICITY
(W TOJ..F.1I0l e- ,V ANT U. The grandest opportunity for investment ever
LrcAs COUNTY. { ,
I Pie Kind You Have Bongtii
%. Aherein SnaUe Iaeel.filr .
FRANK J. cffered in Pensacola.
Cmxamakl's: oath
j WANTED -An experienced i
; Richard Owen said: "It is true I
.t Sear? thevnatare // that he is the senior partner of the ) Apply corner Gadsden / f
the has limbs it cau
serpent no yet
t.1 ofThos firm of 1-'. J. lhel1llo.., doing I| fox. Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.
I' outcliaili! the nionlitT, out\\ Ito the I
'. business in the City of Toledo, |
fish outlenp the jeiUia, ami. suddenly county and state aforesaid, and that i
WANTED-All kinds of '
> f j If loosing the eloM -oils of its crouchii'g' raid firm will pay the !sum of ONE I II bet les. H. A. Friedman. -V.Clubbs

/ 'tof I spiral, it can siring: into the air and I HUNDRED DOLLARS:; for each !I

j ,'.t seize the bird the wing; thus all and every cage of Catarrh that cannot '
i upon ; WANTED; --Men to learn
Corner Garden and Bru Streets.F.O.

F, I..P1 these has matures neither fall hands its prey.nor talons The serpent yit : r..t Vhtn s{ & D.o i! CATARRH he cured CI-HK.by.the. u-e of HALL'S by trade.free Steady wotk. practice,,[ I I I .

t t: 1 It can outwrestle the atliktc and crush FRANK J.CHENEY. lectures by experts. BRENT, WM. H KNOWLKH. W. K. HYKK, JIL. J. H. RKf.fl
(. INSURANCE Sworn to before me and subscribedin shop experience fcaturdays. President. Yloe-Preslddns Cashier Att't C.sier.
t the tiger: in the embrace of its jHiutlerous this 6th of December
my presence : board provided.
-; fold Far from lick- '
ovcrlaiiping A. D. Sb6.
:, AM logue mailed free. Moler
Jl lug ) its food as it jrli'les along, the
up New Orleans La.
t College ,
: II ; I jerpent lifts up its crushed prey uudI. j REAL ESTATE, j SEAL. { A.\OLEASON, I !: -- ---. First National Bankiof

t presents It. grasped in the death coil v Notary Public.Hall's ,I JL11.t 111'a.l' ,,-A '
[J ITn i No.! South Palafox Street. Catarrh Cure is taken internally ,:
: as iu a haiul, to the gaping:, slime dropping ,
I. mouth" i and acts directly on the j THREE young; men from '
.i', blood and mucous surfaces of the I and vicinity at once to prep: : PENSACOLA. LA.Dx1'1ICTOREIIi .

Partial List of Desirable Dwellingsfor system. fiend for testimonials, free. ''i Positions in the (
A shiirt !Sermon
1 II Kent in Various Parts F. J. CHEXKY & Co., Toledo, 0 vice. Apply to Inter-State I :
Is that being
j' ? It reported a young man
Inst. Cedar R Li.
examine': preparatory to joining i of the City: ipid.s WM. H. KNOWLKS. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT. .V. K. HYE Jft,

t the church was :asketl Under whose & 'i.O-21 .story house. containing 12:! room FOIt P.9ALB. I D. O. BRENT,
preaching were you converted':" I' ml modern conveniences bath on E. W. PEAKE, i -- -

.J 11.t Under nolMidy's preaching," was the nice upper yard and and lower shrubbery floors,corner stable,out-lot. No. 30 South Palafox street keers FOR SALE-8econd-hand

,: 1I r.'!h prompt ml'llIt'r'srlclkin reply.! "1 was tim\ertfd." utuUr ".. street.houes, etc, No. .11 tat Laltua call plI:1.! wire" and all kind of lh.-harness. Pebley, in good, room order.410, rm! ill h mnU J3 AU 1 Ml A i'i!' 84!J+

l : my \ ;: $.I.-J.: tory boarding house, containing electrical supplies. Havp him do building. ):
7 Did any preacher' ever utter so i*.werful Jj room houeNo., known lie as East the Il1tendpn.I 1'once UMLeon your work Call phone 203.

J .: a sermon as the young; tiiau eui- I cia street - ---. laLd
STOCK and good will of the t P'We draw oar own Bills of Eschanfre: on Great Britain,
: bodied those few words? t.I.io-Adestrabls2-story'( modern dwelling i
1,1; 7 rooms moat desirable section of the I Try Gunther's Candies at iSolomon's. i I street.bla Restaurant Enjoys: to5 good South' Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium! Ra..sl'i. 5-
city on a corner on the street carline
.:SO.I'.!( North way Sweden Denmark and other European coantries.
Another \\n) of KiprennInK It. :; Han-dona street Reasons for selling, Wish
t 'JJ1.i '-I.arll"810ry dwelling. M room,. other bu,iue ...
"'h"11 Mrs. l'ar\enu was iNmr, they I gage In hell
fronting ""evllleSquare, So.Do; East: 'UI1t'(1 "i Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Term, and
t f tf: Used to say she was a ;great talker, butciiuv | tlovernnlentctreeL Y. Hro;;., P. O. box 4:?&. : I, Obligations Taken Payable at Port of neEttraJlon Ten or Fifteen DIY

I; she became: rub it is ditfcrent"'ludt'ttl I. {>i.O"-Coniortuble\ new S-story modern,.. The undersigned takesttmmethod after Vessel Arrives there.
j dwelling.\ rooms..ry desirable .ci I A BARGAIN can be had
t" What lo ?" of oilerin? her services as a
: < they say now i turn of the city situated oa forth I
Knylen between Strong and DeSotoi flr.'t-clas3! licensed midwife haying the finest residence and i! V ,
t "They say she is a brilliant conversationalist. i streets.$25w2story. sirable sections of I Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

." dwelling In good order with had 35 years experience.Can subject to guaranteed iea' j with which we have a Prim 'partment for the UK
'j 1 rooms, three doors from the belt give best of reference from I
J i t ;, line brigs and water throughout leading physicians of this city. for three years. Plan of of RAater..
Ip. 1.0 210North: ttarcelonastreet MRS. M.OIDDENB be seen at my office. A. V. -
1 Gladys-Pid Le get on his knees when tJfl.OO: 1-etcry dwelling7 rooms, city ..water Pen 'Bcola.
1' lie proposed to you? I i, bath, gas v/rlgnl, with large street.corner lot >;o.fr.'West Jltf 114 South DeVilllers tit. : ------- .-- -- DR. KING'S PROFESSIONAL CARDS

I Mtrit'-\o; I was aln'lJyn them.- $l5.7i>-1-story dwelling. rooms newly papered i FOR oALE-1'he mos -
I and painted throughout on I lots in the city on easy TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR
Smart Set.Of I i bell line. No. :*V taItUreltt street. If you wish to purchase Christmas j the Fisher Real Estate W. C. ROWE, M. D.
f lb&Same Mind tI5.iiO' -1-story dwellmgcitywaterand bath, presents for your children do not !'!I South Palafox. I
"When it fumes to marriage I I' 7 rooms halt block of ground with fial to call at Mrs. John F. Pfeitfer's : 204!; THAT COLD. Office: 17 X 8. Palafox.HoursfromSr09seam.aad1 l .
i beautiful shade trees, >o. 1m East
Ii wouldn't gi\e a thought to how much Cl'r\'antel.trl'l't. No. 211 East Intendencia ;street. Hoarding lion", ,, TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. j : toap.s

j I the man I love is making; ," remarked j,' J12.5.-l-6tory dwelling, Xo 415 East Gregory !I II "" Cures
street,5 rooms, newly papered and I BOARDING HOUSE at ConsumptionCoughs and after o'clock
t I the dreamy eyed ,girl.: I painted. j Spring, Mary Esther,
W. !II Colds Bronchitis Asthma
I Neither would I. answered the I, lll.iii>o.dU East Belmont street .-roomcottage L PEAKE, ?; Condon, proprietress. I Phono on.
city water, newly painted, I
practical damsel. "What would primarily 1 In perfectorder. Electrical contractor and builder, comforts of home at very PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy -
Interest me would be how much I U'I,5II-No. lull North Alcanlz strhet. a new ble rates. Northern
house order with a will do electrical work in first- LaGrippe Hoarseness JOHN S. BEARD,
in good rooms. your ideal ,
find this
be had already made. There's no use ... I an place to 1
'Ulll. -\ dot East beiniOLt street city
I class style and at reasonable: rate*. of the ;Sore Throat Croup and
taking chances. Chicago:: Post. water a neat 5 room cottage newlypainted portion i-eason. i!. ATTORNEY-AT-LAV.
( -' and renovated tbr.JU2bout. I He can be found at 30 South Palafox
t V ">->u. VW Kast LaiiUtt street, a neatly I I street. Phone 203. 11"'lIllnt'un... 1 Whoopiri Cough. 1 OfHces-'Mi Thiesen Buildi: .-,
two 1r/ 6 papered 1-room cottage in good couoition ............ -
!+, large Int.city water. I H. ALFMAN, umbrella NO CURE.TRIALBOQTTEs i Office Honr=-S:30 a. m. to i p m-
I 61 ..t' .q--re': "" A largo list of suiailer dwelling, as well 't Price 50c. and SI. REEI
a* a number of stores and offices hull wENf" CA.EJTOj1.A. South Palafox street. !| 2:30 p. m. to 6:3fJ p. m.
lean the lie Kmi :H Hate Phis 2Ci1 i and of I I i its
i ing repairing 1 will
I 1W otgss uafs: oa every bos cf the gcadaeAxfttivC TH03. C. WATSON & CO., I repair your watcnea ana 1 Practice In ail state and federal rt
3romoQuinine'l'ahl.etJJhc Leading: Real Estate. Rental and Insurance natUrt #+- Jk _' I parasols a specialty.: Silk '!Jewelry In first-class style. J. J 1 Allba ine'* PDtruol..d to me IUI "
Agents! South ttinioi street.: I I II II! I i always ,on hand. j Stephens. i i: prcmpt and diligent attention.
fe lOOlW curea a told la ono any. / I

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ONE MAN KILLED; GPa.! .Ol&SOIS P B $ .1--1 .:!

i _



Women's \7i:, of Sore: C.I, Fruits <& 1;(t'a :

Correction Wrecked.: ,, fl
Produce : t
i '
Said One Woman. !
i i 121.129 East GnefDillent> St >
> ? : :
The Inmates Were at Breakfast When i 3j ..
Keeps constantly on hand and can 1

e the Explosion Occurred, and When ship at short notice: Holland Cab- .'1' ,.

the Building Began to Shake There base, hardheads; Ruta Bajra in 160 >!':
to Another pound bags; BestMichiRin Potatoes :%;
Was a Wild Rush to Get Cut Red Globe Onions, Extra Fancy i '

Ben Davis, Baldwin. Russet Hnb- >.
Philadelphia Jan. 10.-Oae nan bardson and New York pies At't.'I'

was killed, half a dozen injured ant pies, Florida Oranges, Ruatan Co- :

"Queer isn't it, what creatures of over again. Why then does anyone the woman's wing of the House of Correction I coanut8, L. L. RaNns, full weight; .
partially wrecked by the explosion Texas Pecans, Mind Nuts, Mixed

habit we women are? We get in continue to buy crackers in this way? of several sticks of djnamite.in (;i Candy Candy,, Large White, and Red Smooth Kidney Stick and t' s, .

the habit of doing certain things and It is not the price, for Uneeda the Holmesburg.shaft of the a suburb new filtration, today.plantat Lima Black Beans Eye; California Peas: Virginia and Pea Virginia ,t.

them after The dead man, who was a laborer, I nuts. ClA'ae, Butter, extra fine, in i
keep on doing year year, Biscuit are only 5 cents. was blown to pieces. The woman's 10,20e '30-pound packages; Beet, '.

i when have been told time wing of the House of Correction adjoins I Horse Radish, Cotton reed Hulls in 'f

even we It is not a question of taste, because the shaft on the south. Thewomen I I Sack;,CottonSeed Meal Best Shorts ', t.t.I
and Pure Bran.
and time again of a better way. were at breakfast when the ex !:1 ,
likes Uneeda Biscuit. To arrive today, WO> boxes Indian .
everyone plosion occurred and when the build
River Orangesill; be sold at (
And it is. Take for example ing began to shake there was a wild once. No fancy prices. '
so habit. I
It is habit-simply !I z'
rush to get out. Send in your Holiday Orders at

soda crackers or biscuit probably t The women were !gotten out safely once so they may have careful attention '.

Every woman by this time ought and quickly escorted to another part and packing and before !
the 1 land 1 who price advance
in ,
there isn't a woman i of the building.! ,
to know the advantages of buying 1 LrShip us your Turkeys Eggs
all about Eight hundred' panes of glass in the and Produce and best obtainable
wouldn't she l knew | get
say Uneeda Discuit. They are baked i, north wing of the building were brok- I prices.

Uneeda Biscuit but as a matter of in the cleanest of bakeries, under the (I en. and felt for the many force miles.of the explosionwas Leo \\l\ Poor & Son J J

fact millions of women know nothing most rigid system of cleanliness and I The after injured having were their taken wounds to a dressedat hospital -; .

about them. or they would never care. When they come from the the House of Correction! infirmary. i Tt'I"l'lw1lt. No. :,m. ji
4 4 a

again buy loose soda crackers in a oven they are immediately I packed in : Champion Is Chairman. : I '

bag.When t Griffin, Ga. Jan. 10-The new county I
paper In-er-seal 1 Packages, an airtight, germ i :
commissioners of Spalding county
soda crackers are packed the and moisture proof covering, which not have elected their chairman and are :

now ready for business.V.. W. I'
them from contamina- .
only '
protects j
cracker must be Champion, a prominent merchant and .

ordinary way every tion but actually preserves their original Jl planter of Vaughn Station, is the new !

handled several times before it leaves \ chairman succeeding R. F Strickland.
flavor until the is opened. DRiNK
package Patrick and W. L. Bowers are the
box l
the bakery. When the cleanliness healthfulness other two members of the board. A'I t ,

reaches the grocer, he, of course, unEconomy, C. Sonnell woi chosen clerk and

all found i Lloyd Cleveland elected attorney for ,
and in
it the air and dust and flies get the commissioners CUKED BY .,
covers Biscuitare i ,f
Uneeda in In-er-seal I Package WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.i'i'' ;
the and flavor
in and destroy crispness A Denial From Senator Wolcott.
with red and white seal, and every _\'o last.', A'fciiitr. Inn lx girtn in glass oJ i
I I Denver Jan. 10-001 winh would '
there is you
of the crackers. Every time ,rutrf.orrefrrirlhuel "tl'III'.I'1I01I'It,19t. 'f'i t
careful housewife ought 'deny for me;' said former Senator I
White Ribbon Remedy will cure or destroythe
a call for crackers they must be I Wolcott to a representative of the aisen.ed appetite for alcoholic stimu j'
these facts and confirmed
know lentwhetherthe H
to patient a
Associated Press, "the published statement "
Inebriate, a "tippler, social drinker or
handled again and again. them should t attributed to me that I believe\ drunkard. Impohible, for anyone to bate anappetite '. ,
knowing for alcob-ilie after
liquors using k
that Henry M Tl'llef111 !be the White Ribbon
Every woman knows the above to insist on having next senator from Colorado. I nl'I I Keniedr. 1
indorsrd hy Mfnilicru of \". C. T. C. :!
er made the statement, nor any which I
she has it and Uneeda Biscuit- Mrs. Mnorepre.seuperintendentofWo- ,
be true, for seen over by any stretch of imagination could men's Christian Temperance I'nlon.'I'D- y
I he interpreted to have such a meanIng tura California' .writes: "I have tested I'
\s blip Kil>l 01 t<. .m..dy11 very obstinate 1
t9 j drunkard<,and the cures have been many.In .
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY I many cases the Remedy was given secretly. ,
I cheerfully recommend and ln-
St. Paul Feels the Effect. I dorsa White Ribbon Remedy. Members of

St. Paul. Jan. !<>.-\VIth only 4 be'l), our Union are deligted! to find an economical 1
i treatment to aid us in our temper
low zero during the night, St. IlliCit work
I 3 was one of the coldest weather stations -i i DruggUtsor by mall, II. Trial packagefree i

in the northwest, the !same figures
: by writing Mrs. A. M Townsend (for f,
being/ reported at LaCrosse Wis., '
,I years secretary of a Woman's Chritt '
-- -- -----
and Minn. while Hu .
Moore-head. at
ain Temperance Union), 218 Tremonl 1
ion Moltke'a !olmtIIC'lty. NOTICE j, run S. 0., it was 12: above and other I
Asks For Information. .
Roosevelt St Boston Mass. !Hold in Pensacoia by
Confidence Men To Be Arrested. I I
General; Moltko :
Oiiiv while traveling
I have been authorized to take northwestern stations indicated a .
I Honolulu. Jan. 10 via: Pacific:! cable. : f' 1t
I1 .1.u. !1'1.,5: sp.'riai! But -ntl a Miiallis: hotel!, old as the Hannah Sros.,21 tI Palatal St I ,
subscriptions for Wm. Jennings gradual! warming up with a possibilityof
Senator Carter has received a cablegram /
" -
rn .. i MI: ':', Springs: says as a ref ,I head waiter sawhis gaunt; li;:ure t-talk- from President Roosevelt asking Kryau'd paper, "The Commoner.The snow for Sunday. II I t- {,

I- I-men! on the "part of lug in, wrapped in a worn out dusty. price is $1.00 per year in ad i I "

l! 1' I I' i nl; I'.'t-biirR. Inl.,! to mi.ir-: (11(lIak. earrjiuj! ); an old leather satibel, ; for information In regard to Hawaiian vance. Those desiring the paper Colonel DeFreece Dead.

.. \;p.'Ilst'" in the i vetit of I Lo ineasurtMl I.sH'altb! l.y bis !I.ks protests against the recommendation can have it sent to them by sending New York, Jan. 10.-Colon*! A. B.

t.r t. the ('uun')" 1 'Im'1 mid (:nered! bis assistant. to show him 1 of the United States senate I ;fl.COto; the undersigned.H.. DeFreece, at one time publisher of th? HARPER
commission in the matter of a national ROCHE
'.1 i]i'' feel| ia <.nd for tot small loom in th" IIl'pl rl1lll-.t story. |Is Care Daily News.O.LLQrl'OILIA. Mail and Express, is dead at 1'olhaa
leper settlement at Molakal.! Ananswer
i ""I) /JiI<'Dc' .iisn ar-1 .\ be was iiiaLln; biinsclf" ciiiufort- Manor f

't. }H In of explanation has been cabled __ __ _
Springs( on the i nble\ in the attic another aj-MMant: : eamo no

.i: .Sing Ixiry din of $>';.- i us is t {tdtnary there, to a-k: the sikiitstranger I to the president.New .. A NIGHT ALARM.
\the* Ul You to A'3 S BjUgTiSignature
1 it rate in Culorailo : : his name and rank. Bean the / > I WorsethauanalarmoftlreatnigohtI
I Ii
; Mr. I. ir)", whoi I The oo'.ixeiinenee was that a few ininttts Alabama! Bank. EG is the brassy cough; of croup which
> >.Mi Klondike! : : Liter the iiroprietor, in full dress, Montgomery Ala.!: Jan. 10.-Preliminary or I wn
-- -- sounds like children's death 1 knell
Kin'j 1, j ;
i !e insulting appt': rtyt at the (li.,ir eel the attic to in- ] papers were issued by thrsecre I
I f.uui leis exeelleney that a Letter ruoui tarp of state for the organization of Kedical !Society: Attention. and it means death unless somethingis

I the :Macon county hank at Tuskrgoa, i done quickly. Foley's Honey and
.. Vrf' Soldiers! to Att nd. 1 had just been \aeated."tie There will be a regular meeting of
Jan. R-The effort! I r' ; that to my servant" replieil with a capital of jr.n.noo.; The in- the Pensacoia Medical Society; at I' Tar never fails to give instant relief i

bins '', MoKKehfii(; be jints with my! carriage. corporators are fi, XV. Campbell W. the Board of Health ofTce at and quickly cures the worst forms of

very ConfederM'i5siii. ;i T'ui ]N ;,: : ;| | if possible.! : Visiting! physicians are cordially I Ky., writes: "My three ,
of W.
; Ami be remained.CnlilnKN XVriKht. Tuskcgce and W
i annual reunion to IIP ''nyited to attend. year old girl had a !severe case of
.1 mo 3. The corner I -- Campbell and J. C. Wright, of Roan- DR.W. C. DEW ERY, I croup; the doctor said she could not

1 Chair For \iitor. oke. President. i live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey
w state house will b."Y.
in il Caleb Cushin. desired 1 iieople to t.'J DK. L. DEM. BI-OCKEK, and Tar; the fir*t dose gave quick re- r

and which thou- at a iliNlMlii'e from him \\hile talking, Child Burned With House. n25ttf Secretary.HARPFNTRY lief and sived her life." Refusesub;

'i.Berates will take __ "titut W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 H.
i s.
of fia. Jan. 10. A tenant
and many: of his Callers had a habit Valdosta u prescribe I it
; n-Tal! I/nvry. rom Palafox street.i .
graduallyhalving: ; their chair nearer to i house on the farm of 11. T. Dampier,
1 't' division! and the ANn!) j -- for their most delicate
]him during a f'ulIH'rsatiulI.u: one day I a few miles west of the city was wmt kit ill r\t m *

-, -faff, are now busy having; beenery mueh nnno\ed in that I burned Friday morning, and with it a ELECTRICAL WORK patients.

dry arranlt'nH; nts. I ttsiy, be sent for a carpenter and made small negro child. The parents of i i it in ill r;

'olas Butler. Dead. lira! fasten. two pieces, of board to the the child were away at work, and did i OLD and PURE. \

I', 10.- .Mrs. Nicholas less of the chair and then screw it to not discover the fire until the house I Ring up Pearl & Dolfve, phone 060, For Hale byDannheisser l
the lloor at the place where he wanted if YOU hAve any carpentpr or electrical t
had nearly burned to the ground.
I .
', people' to sit. When it was done, he NICK'SRPST Eros.ANTALMIDY.
Ir!' Cutler has been
". her Lcart being so- contemplated' it with a smile and remarked Coal Famine Keenly Felt.

I : "1 slues 1 IUI\'c got: them now. IndIanapolis Jan. 10.-XX'ith the official I I

--- They can't blow their bad breath inlay temperature at 7 o'clock this LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS
: : \ IV TRIFLES. face any more. morning at 7 degrees' above zero, the
That chair raised n laugh on many
indications are for rising temperatureand
\' divide favor with a ,sitor, who, after several Ineffectual snow. The coal famine !n this OF PYTHIAS. P T a '
to it forward would, TL >se tiny( :apsulcsaresnpenor
f I lo toilet sets attempts mo\e city is being keenly felt. Permacola Lodge, No. 3, K, of P., '
on looking closer, tied it fastened to I ta IJalsam.]! of ,Copaiba.
''us it that the topaz meett every Monday evening l
iCdeD nJ injections '
the floor. O
,ic of the seasou iu Shot: Then. Robbed. ... at7:30; at Castle_. Pall ( I
1 In the Bloant WtttannhalMlng. M'. M j Tbcy cure in 48 hours the
Tex.. Jan. 10. J. L. ,
Fort Worth p third floor
i'ollar I* Good to Knt. I l02 p I'sss rith6J1 soy to Ci1F,1I
I vinaigrette with a Wilson proprietor of a pool roan, Visiting brethren cordially! DAILY MENUS .
; "Collrr" is the unusual name appliedin weloomed ** -:*.' .', <' H .(* tiglCrSTg i 1 ,
.HITS a novelty in nut'iuirc of meat was shot five times by three footpadsand : J, A. Lwt.a. I : 4
England: to a preparation r
"" : where one is robbed of $;)00 at a late hour last CA H.HoR8LEBC.' Comprise all the Up-to- .
that is only slightly lull rent from one K.K.4 8.
nl them round. of cold night. Wilson will probably die. His I Date Dishes the Markets
often served here. E'lual parts
.. in cAiilrnce in toilet throughthe partner has authorized a reward cf of the World Herring i Bros.
cooketl ham and tongue are put ; Damon Lodge No 13ml'.U ,
i II'!"- sets and is Incrcastii'Ies and nftl'rwllrtl'"unt-' $5 '0 for the men who did the work. I Afford i '
meat chopper --- every Tuesday evening at 7:3> at I couM>i.\r;,
t fur the desk tai ed to a paste. a little dry mustard add- The Worst form Castle Hull corns 1'alafoT and Garden. i'I i :f

i :Ihllh.'r things; .\1 and the whole heated. When warm, streets. VisitingKnightseortliallyInvited.J.. ALBERT Joiissov Have !specially: constructed Wagon
: of fart nouveau Multitudes are sinking the praisesof I DAN BEGIN C. C. I for the removal of dead animals! .
pus ress down in a )awl I, put on a weight
Kodol, the new discovery whichis K.ot H.48. Ladies' Private I from the city limit 4
1 ,k..il1. utilize the \a- and let stand to gut, cold and pack into I Will
dead horses
or cows for
> lapis jade chalcedId form. :Slice thin and serve at luncheonor making so many sick people well ; One Dollar each.

: and ('lIam11IuUnl- 'ul'I'l'r.-lIarpef's: Uazar. and weak people strong by digesting'I I. O. O. F. Dining Parlor..* :I Address HERRING BROS.,

,''s,' c Ir'ular.'I'I..ly.. what they eat, by cleansing and I Or leave order Oonlding.

Iteforiii niocked. sweetening the stomach and by Pensacoia Lodge No. 4 135 East Intendencia street.

y 'r "I.ook here," said the reforming husband transforming their food into the meets every Thursday evening at 7:3= > at -- -- -- -- .-- ----- -
Ltay'e Sweet IViuders for I KafTord ball*' West Intendencia street.
$ RegularDinner Daily. !
Children : "we must have things arranged; ) kind of pare, rich red blood that I Visiting brethren cordially Invited.J. GOLAY-_ I
in this house so that we shall know E.LoNoN.G.
feel all
a by Mother Gray nurse In makes you good over. 3.G.WELSH Secretary.AMERICAN.
)just. where everything is kept. CanflllofTroy, I. T., writes: Fora Grist and
veal 9
Home in New York Cure "11111[ all my heart sweetly answered Short Promptly ills

I '. Bed Stomach Teething IMs.a his wife, "and let us begin with number of years I was troubled GUILD. Filled Night or Day.If .
love. I should with indigestion and dyspepsia .. F. COflZflLEZ A CO., Prop I, J
regulate the Bowels an:! your late hours my which grew into the worst form.

in. Over S'.DiO' testimonials.At dearly like to know where they are Finally I was induced to use Kodo! Pensacola Chapter No. OO7. MtnoiMtcreri t

kept." four bottles I am entirely F. E. HRA..WSER. P. LISD S TBCTH. It'. Something Good to Eat CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROClf
and after using
all druggists Ham- Governor. yon wl h,you'll and It at
I lIe let things run on as usual cured. I heartily recommend j: Secretary STOCK FEKO.Patroalie ,
\ dress Allen 8. Olmsted, Le
S I' Kodol to all Buffers from indigestion I Nick Apostle'sPopular Home Industry, for then u J
Good llt-. on. and Take a dose after every reaion yon should boy yoar Meal, and
K OF L. Stock Feed from the Horns
P.lobbs Why was the engagementbroken meals. It digests what you eat. !; for .
It I by 10 doing you encourage bom.lI1GIII ,i
kerp he Feet Warm and Dry. oft between ilarduppe and Miss Hargis Pharmacy, John Shepard, Restaurant iry. Yoar money U left in the community
'. l.ocal8f'mb1l So. 15O5. and yon In torn are Indirectly benefltii. : ,
T' Iljouos? Kahn. \1
Allen's Foot-Ease!: ,a powder.slnsSwollenSweating Sidney I In loitering the borne manufacturer yoa I
: liore Slobbs-I believe they came to the Meets first Monday In eacb month. oontnbave to the 011111 or labor. Too owe ,1-I
conclusion that her income wasn't large Try Gnnther's Candies at W.P.1I.THARP.. MWAM It to community In wntca you lire sag ,! .
.m" feet At all druggists and ABTHCB M. MCCotHELL. M. W. which contrlbQtei to roor IDP OU. ,. '
f; :,C. enough;; Kecord.to support them Loth.-FbiladelDhia Solomon's. I i Secretary. .


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:U'; -Pynt GOVERNMENT BIG STEAMERSARE Probably you know how Ayer's .Hair Strongest-in the World.

Vigor always restores color to gray hair

1, r' GETS CONTROL COMING The Equitable
*Mr d at the Port Office at Fensacols, ? c
e'' VI_v* eoond-clMi_ _waiter.U' _. -- and makes the hair grow. That so .;:

E ", ..nOE :Pltt'i. Building, ill'/i Benin hife Assurance

sdatos street op-iuirs. PENSACOLA QUARANTINE PUNT': TO LOAD A URGE LOT OF -- --- -- ----- - -- - .-- -- Society


. If you are feeling ont of sort, if B. HYDE, FounderPreliminary

R i! Ttrmt: Invariably in Advancet TREASURY DEPART THEM IN L & N. Turner Building>ad III* of Great Carthage.Picture" "The your circulation or your digestionis

[ ...Y..r by Mall. ____.___J5 oMIC bad, yon ought to think first about
rr! Moatbi J so; When Turner exhibited his great picture -
WAREHOUSES. liver. Probably that is all that Statement. Jan
k I OaeweekbyCarrlerPayebleMonday 10 MENT. "Th Building of Carthage." he your Iffj
I disappointed because It had not I is wrong with yoa. HEPATICURA j Outstanding Assurance
was j $1.\: y,., ,
? for the best health i )
I Lt Advertising Rates Furnished on Application told at at the private view provides possible
been once
and will answer all your need Ifj Income ...... .... . .
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t. I"\ Governor Jennings announced in The Manchester Corporation, a and angry with the press for criticising !, want real good health keep the .t.J'.{.'1'
TELEPHONE NO. 118. you
t't: :,r I' j I Tallahassee Friday that the quaran- 'steamship of ?,500 tons which arrived it severely. Sir Robert Peel called upon liver right, and there is nothing 1 New Assurance... . -" ale >.-,

hS ",,L4' tine stations at Pensacola, Mayport, yesterday, is over 400 feet in "Mr.him.Turner" said he, "I admire your j I better HEPATICURA.to keep the liver right than' Assets ..... ...... . .(1f f,+tl

if ; ; ( .BEL) Fernandina and Miami had been length and will fill oat with a valuable 'Carthage' so much that I want to buy Mr. Daniel James of Pensacola, Assurance FunJ and
t.' ( told Fla. I want to tell how ,
and It. I am you want 500 guineas for Fays: yoa
control for
: transferred to government cotton Antwerp I
; cargo all other liabilities. ,
k3. :'II it." much I appreciate your medicine is. ? ,i
tbe which will Bremen. Her sister ship, the Man- HEPATICUKA. wife had
J" I price being $32,250, "Yes" said Turner; "it was 500 guineas My Surplus.. ...... . -' ,
: f dill ,1@03 .
d PB>i8il00Ll, been sick ior a long time. I did not :< ?
, ; go into the State Property Fund Chester Inventor, will arrive later in but today it's CoO.Well ." a
know exactly what was the matter The largest lnereaseever mad
AJj and will be apportioned by the legislature tbe month and fill out with cotton ," said Sir Robert, "I did not with her f suppose it must have j in the history of the :lOCI: ,an ',"*
w ( PBOMINKNT manufacturers are securing come prepared to give JuO: and I must been some liver trouble. I had to I
which next April. and miscellaneous for Man- I
convenes cargo
1".itJ. options upon the Gadsden think it over. At the same time it have a physician very often, but ,; JAMESV.. ALEXANDER }'ftiJEt.:

: ; '.: county crops of tobacco for which The transfer was negotiated after chester and Runcorn. seems to me that the change is an extraordinary : she did not get' well until she took JAMES H. H"IIE.Ice'r, .,

it11' J the eeed has not yet been planted. Governor Jennings had recommended Cotton for these two big vessels part" piece of business on your cured HEPATICURA.her. She is A well few now bottle and ] at.Ii10W'LES .

.tl I This is one Florida industry which that the stations be notmade government has already arrived and is stored in "Do as you please," said Turner. "Doas never complains. I give it to the I
I' finds market for its product, children and take it and it I
4 A, always a i "
properry. Soon after this tbe two warehouses of the L. & N. you please.
e I'' t and the dairy and poultry industries Sir Robert called keeps us all well. Hold by all drug- BUGS.
:' After a few days ,
It is stated that
recommendation had been made the railroad company. I gists. {
l rEEr; are equally profitable. again upon the great painter. "Mr. Gf'nf'ral11I...,
'! |
.. !J.l supreme court rendered a decision in the two houses there are stored at II i Turner" he began, "although: I thoughtit ; RARE BARGAINS'Seventyfive ,

r.:,;; 1 THE Ocala Banner says that Ocala that quarantine! management by the {:I present at least 3C.COO bales of cot- a very extraordinary thing for you to 1309, B. Palafox St.. PE.NSACOUTin

IR' : "will move the"capital here if youdon't federal government did not deprive I{! ton, most of which is from the local | raise your price, I hall be proud to buy acres on Blackwater -

i I, watch out Ocala did its best that picture and I am prepared to give i I rich black hammock lands, two :
> ty <
i J a 1:::' :: to help Jacksonville "move the states of the soverignty and juris- [ compress. you the Gin guineas." mile from Milton, particularly ,

1vi' capital," at the recent primary, but diction over the particular territoryused I :For the first ten days of the present "Ail"! Mid Turner. "It was tAN guineas adapted to pecans. This land join I i

t1J--1., the job was too big a one for their for quarantine purposes. After month there have been exported' but today it's il1\ ." the celebrated Criglar pecan grove :JA A Y aEy!r PJ L L1

'' 4 l combined efforts, and the people of I I' I' Sir Robert grow angry and Turner : and i is partially cleared. 1
this decision had been rendered, negotiations -' over 10,000 bales of cotton, exceeding laughed. "I was only in fun," lit' Mid. : Two hundred and eighty acre,
; ?1ii1f the state settled the question "for i
\ i. were entered into with shipments for the same period fori I "I don't intend to sell the picture at all. lOOacrpscleareJ.7 miles from Milton \\ m It.....ilr ,imtKctail
all time. :31; miles from the railroad on
t'1i; ---- the result that the four stations were the preceding mouth. The wharf It shall be my winding: s-hcet. Yellow River at Faulk's Ferry. i I (.roger,
THE Central of Georgia railroad I' For years he Kept it in his cellar. Well watered
and with dwelling
t'.. '; company has commenced grading eventually: transferred to govern- officials claim, however, that this is Then it was LruulltIi; ) and hung in : outhou-es and fencing.good i ii HF:.1DQl'AL'Tllti: 1-01.'

F; ; on the extension from Bellarsville to ment control. only a "starter;" that before the his! gallery, where it remained as longas ;i There are 40 acres of cypress in
he lived. When lie died, he left it this tract worth the price of the Family, Fancy and Staple
Florala. Now if that reat corporation The announcement was made: by first day of February comes around, I i
i! whole. This
to the natiou.-Youth's Companion. land has been grown
IJ(t t should decide to extend its line the governor to the board of state I the big record of December will be iI i I i extensively to cane and large profits .< Groceries, v"

fij :' : westward to Muscogee by way of commissioners by means of a cir out stripped. Records at the custom TurriiiK the }'I\('... {!'I made. Thereare12tjOacresoffenced .. and All Kinds of (Tp-tn-d t .
; : Cantonment, and acquire the Pensa- George Gordon, an old Scotchman of pasturage adjoining, which is free. 'T
J ', cular. house show that for December the Eighty-one aeren, 3 miles north of Ooi'd-
cola Alabama & Tennessee road miserly habits, was dying. A neighbor
; ,
it" above with good house, well and We are Hole PKnbinor- ,,,
lj cotton sent from here was nearly who was on friendly terms with the' f.nV :
thence to its terminal at J'erdido i spring fei pond 'I his tract is Florida for the Olehr.it Lj
> ( iff
.4 wharf, the problem of "another rail- 50,000; bales. !i old man's relatives agreed to call on valuable in connection with stock Monde Coffee, Sweet |otml< .i .

J: isna ; road" would be solved. Little Bey's Life Saved.I the minister and beg him to try t. raising. The wood and timber will sew, Illini and Climax Hour- Iilyles

For Over Smy Years. induce the old fellow to make a will pay for clearing and also for the Delicatessen, German 'A'.m: :, an
BECAUSE Alfred Peats'the celei have a few words tosay regarding The minister consented and at length''1 land. Food Cn.' Canned MeatKti All
t manufacturer has Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It persuaded the miser to allow a lawyer i ito No such bargain a? this has yet of which are sold by all fir>t.iu-<
( i brated wall-paper been used for over sixty years by millionsolmothers j been
i! j saved my little boy's life and I feel for their children while teething, be sent for. to purchasers. The Retail Grocers in the city.
on account of the rapid lands have been cultivated for
1 gone crazy
that I cannot praise it enough. I with perfect success It soothes the child I Its the time he arrived the old man years
fit' increase in his business, caused by I and I know what they will produce. (;02-iUI: SOUTH I.\I.-H'O
bottle of I softens the ,allays all pain cores wind was rapidly sinking, but the will was '
,} bought a it from A. E. !Steereof : I gams I II They are convenient io market and
Rt. i advertising, average colic,and Is the best for Diarrhoea drawn and awaited his
remedy duly
smartly! up will be sold
Goodwin, t). D., and when I got I I i at a bargain on accountof
I manufacturer or merchant, in Penis home with it the poor baby could I'I lit will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m- |! signature lie was propped up in bed owner euai ing in other business.For PENSACOLA

!? / ; sacola or elsewhere, need fee no hardly breathe. I gave the medicineas I|I mediately. Bold by Druggists In every part \i and managed to write Jeorge Gor-." particulars, price and terms,

11 alarm. The man evidently worried directed every ten minutes until I!+jot I the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle Then he fell back exhausted. 1[ address NED F.\y,

.t k.: himself into insanity,and others can, "threw up" and then I thought surp ,i I, Be sure you' ask tor"M rs.Winslow's Sooth I,i An eager relative who stood by seized !' J9tf Pen aeolJ, Fla. PressingClub
Ing Syrup and take no other
he to choke to death. \Ve kiig. '
was going
'tti and probably will, the benefits the I'cll'awl Muck it in the dying mats
reap had to pull the phlegm out of tai. I' I HeadShould : i'!K of his wUdoiu and fort-tight. mouth in great lunar: strings. I ha Jt I. Never ensure
ampoiuve THE I this trouble. t'seat
I Y. P. S. C. E. 1>,' Onrdie, 'd,' referring to the {!
'kl that if 1 had not trot that once the remedy that stopped it fm ,
. .t r." THE Bronson Times-Democrat t bottle of cough medicine nest letter of the signature.: .
my boy Mrs. N. A. \Veb-tc-r. .f Winnie. ,i.
'trl: < 1 makes a serious charge aguiiiit the wMill not be on earth today.Jour.IEMuNT : SELECT OFFICERS i' flee old man ;Lured up wrathfully! I the| writ"Dr.. Kinv'PW Life

.M Ii' circuit court for tu-peudiug sentences Inwood, Iuwa.'or sate! "1"'{'t"' he smm\q'ed. "111 iW when PilU wholly cured HIP IIf sick headache One Dollar Per Month

which has resulted by all druggists aud medicine deal- 1 I'm ready, ye u\uric-ions watch! '?! I hud: suffered! from for two
'j"t i practice 't
r I era. s years" Cure Headache, Contipalilwulie. Advance totf'wher..h!
4 r.. in two notable instances mentioned i i I The Christian Endeavor Society ;., Somebody ii ed. ,, tion. .- ::.",c. at W..1. : ,
U' I by that paper in entire failures of : I went to Pryor's furniture house j I I i i D'Alfinbme'e drugstore, 121 Souil. ClotheCanned. ami Pro. : :
'i'elected ollicers at the Presbyterianchurch ; A certain woman has a Husband who 'ten a, df-irt- Your d'.i -
't;" ..1 justice. the is not on \\tst Oo\erutueut '' Palafox! Street.tiiEAT .
practice more street cud
has dune such to .
a thing; us to forget -co.tor and UcJivircil (: "
j t l rj reprehensible, however, than that of I furnished my entire house for just': last evening: ;;: d'. what his wife had re<]ue>-t'il. The I j -- Hj :South Palafox and J'.,
i & MALT has marvelous\
qt? permitting attorneys to violate their {I I1)iJ' one-half of what I expected to pay. I|, President-Chas. H. Liney. 1 I other evening about 5 Clock he came !| dietetic value. \\' hilo refre.-hiiiir a and Club.Ivies'! .

rt ) oaths to support the constitution aud I It wa a rurprise! tome, and I don't'''' Vice President-John Lynn. Lome and she went at him. i I pleasant to take, it helps assimilation "
the laws by securing the e?cape of know why I remained single long! i i Financial I II "John," she said, "did you tell that ':1 of food. Hold; \ by I Plain! Siirts a lw:;
Secretary-Miss Mabel here this after- DANNHEIASER BROS.
expressman to come J
criminals ,
.fl. guilty through the shallowest I I Yours for Xeatue--
i I Roberts. noonV" >

technicalities. ; VISITING DIVINES j( "Yl'!'. fry" l.e answered meekly i i"Well : CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S
; ; :Secretary: -Miss Alice MeLelUn. 1 G. W. IRWIN.DO .
.:! A NVASiilMi'loN special to theiT. he hasn't curia
j | "Is that sot""Yes I| Xo 30 youth Palafox street, for your .

Times-Union and Citizen say: j I PREACHED HERERev. Corresponding Secretary-I). Hale it is. Now how do you account ,I electrical work. H.> i is prepared to
t: enatur Mallory has introduced in i Wilson. do you a Hr5t-clu"H job at moderate
for It? YOU KNOW
"I'"I't the senate a bill to limit leaves of -- I prices. Phone 'l3! .
The executive committee of this': John gave the matter a few menU't1ts'

!I k i i absence of United States Judges to I Ii i J. T. Law and Rev Charles I society I is called iu special meetingTne.day consideration."Well Hot Chocolate with ItEEl dAN LUMKEIi t it a

..t I three month, with a provision fur a I ; my dear" he said, finally, a large stock of dressed -tmi.:: .
Campbell, working;; under the direction evening. Whipped Cream at Solomon's. '
loss ,f for each "either he's I and to and Get their bff"rt
J It' ( salary day beyond I I lying or am, relieve joUts. prie*-

ak4* ,1 that time. The motive of the bill of the Home CongregationalMission ; I .111(111 Way to Live Long. us both from jour suspicions I'll -. -- buying dlfi( II:.
I of New York, in the I just step down to his place and see ,-
is to correct a habit a few of the were 1 The
startling announcement of
1 'I what's the tI1attl'r.lItl the chnritu- OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
1. ::1 judges have of remaining! away from city yesterday iu the interest of the i Di-covery that will surely lengthen'! t Ii Hot Rolls at 5 P. m., lOo.
f I life is made by Editor O. !i ble John went to free the expressman.A .
i ; their circuits:> for indefinite periods, I American Bible roclety.I ; Downey a doz.. at Solomon's.
jof Churubuseo, Ind. "I wi-h to I i ,
causing annoying delays to lawyers I Rev Law preached a good sermonat | tate," he writes, "that Dr. King's I Ii | 'instHlory C..m. II I oysters today. Try them.
II and litigants." j New Discovery for Consumption is The cliff was i<'ii _. the morning service at the Presbyterian I STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
i M | the riiO>t infallible remedy that I ewe of the cannibal Ling, who eyed ] --

I ii THE Ocala Banner takes a pessimistic church and at night filled have ever known for Coughs, Colds j I him nit l'dly, while a tunny smile Don't forget to buy the

:. view of the probable fate of and Grip. It's invaluable to people ; his fea
j i d.inced 1 g.'iyly over dimpled
the pulpit at the Palafox Street witn weak lungs. Having this won laty one of those nice little tJetwcen IVnvamla and :'lIllun-U"11
rii the Indian war claim fund. It says: I tures. Ulltll'llltilt' chef became aware
... Methodist church. derful medicine no one need dread I Chairs ; Hun Daily Except: Nundaj
: 'Mr.t">ldnt' I. Wailes will ak for a Pneumonia or Consumption. Its relief :i of his presence and said a>> he most Rocking fronzAfar'stop

f $130,1X1) slice of the Indian war claim | Rev. Campbell preached at the I is instant and cure certain" W. :I artistically! Kil.ifimed I: & Qulna's. 50c. and "CITY OF TAMPA.[ "

funds. The heirs ofV.. K. Beard I Presbyterian church last night, and I A. D'Alfcinberte, 121 South Palafox'I "1 would hne your majesty know upwards. .
r created formula for Milton II:-) am I.vIVnsacola. 'Pir I
treet, guarantees every 60c. and $1.UO that I have just a .
i : will k for a $75,000; ) 5iiCe. The city I both divines >'rnsKoolftVtiiaiii Ar Milton ::.
I were by largecongregations. I bottle, and give trial bottles free. i a soup that shall win an instant 1minortnity. -
Fare.Sue: Hound trip.Slui.
: 1 of Peusacola will ask for fTO.UOU "
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t +W .and interest Hundreds of warrants :i Thee gentlemen travel extensively ATTENTION, WATER CONSUMERS! I ".\1111 what inky: it be'/ asked the EVERY ONE KNOWS

U .!or actual service performed in the I I I monarch impaticntlv. ''I neur was un JEWELER IN HIS

'*i war on which the state's claim | and are only lately from the! The weather bureau ad- expert In the art of guessing, and I What a beautiful f stock of

f ;, Against the United States; government I Transvaal io South' Africa. References i vises freezing weather tonight would know the name of jour new de- '

)r r. was based will be patented for to that country were breilly Consumers are requested ,: coction." i|i iAnd CALENDARSwe NEW STANDI
This has already the chef appreciating; the kings; ]i
r, J.lt. I adjudication.printed a duplicate paper of those- made in their -trinou !I to shut off their Interest nut his own Importance, salaamed cury.Vell, we are now closing

----- water. agalu and replied\ : all of them out at half There have moved -.p, :
; unpaid warrants. There will be Exrosi'KK to a sudden climatic j i price. my Jewelry
1 j "Mock missionary. New York 120 South Palufox .'
I"!1 clams enough tiled to eat up the entire : change produces cold in the head ', Pensacola J Water Co. Times. i h no nicer New Years' gift for a Bag forni'rij, ,*
f pied by : & Co., and am :
and catarrh is follow.
to Provided
>d the will apt( I
J f I, amount ai cry go up I with Ely's Cream Balm arc I You want a good piano tuner to I friend or relative than one of these better prepared than ever t<> ;zits>

;'i I. lor more. The state will be relieved armed against Nasal Catarrh you Price I I stay in Pensacola, still you hold WANTEDFURS.No. beautiful and useful CALENDARS. ]ii i great bargains: diamonJ-t. watt* -: '
1\\.' ,{jI! : of any embarrassment as to what to 50 cents at Druggists or Ely I jewelry etc. Call and eee 11.- a't.- I
J f iI' ,! do with it." 56 Warren Street, New BrntbH'1 i I back your order. Send it in. I have 1 otter !skins.. ... ..#6.00to #'!..0)1I ( i ij i.i We are also closing out all our Holi- {I>: let me convince you.
; mail it. The Bdl.m. cures without j had 20 years', experience and have j No. 1 coon skins, large, .65 to .bI) ; day stock, confuting of Fancy J. I. KTEIHEN-s.

J i COlY.L'\TI ; upon the approach I pain, does not irritate or caue i worked in several piano factories. | No. 1 mink skins, large/ l.(s) to l.W -

i f'' ing Peusacola convention of tax collectors I sneezing. It spreads Itself over ani) Orders left at Johnson's book store Other goods iu full proportion. 1 1I |. Boxes, Albums, Celluloid Novelties! EVERYBODY LOOKS

e, the Times-Union and Citizen irritated and angry the surface, relieving will be attended to.CHAS.. i I Ask any Pensacola bank for rating 'j Books, Vases, Etc., at half price.COE'S .
immpJi.tt..ly painful inflammation
( regrets that the scope of the proposed cleanses and cure! Cream W. PRESSLEY. 'Ion use.f FOR THE BEST

1M I i I convention not include the assessors Balm quickly cures the cold.Goldring's --- -- ; J. W. WATKIXS ,
J 1t -- -- I If you want a nice present :o giveo I dlo-lm Brunswick, Ua.i '
ti 4 1 4 and hopes! that a convention of : a friend, go and look through; the i BOOK STORE Here it i is. Call on Spitz-r' k
t'a' these more important officials may Xo. 3 saloon at the elegant line of suitable articles at I Why pay fancy prices for furniture -i ,
r f also be called. And it adds: With all Union depot, since its! opening, has J. I. ttepbens, you surely can find and house furnishing goods I; Creary.work They are doing the fi' +
become noted the I jomethiiig to please you. If ': NO. UI3 : IMLAPOX &TKEETPENriACOLA that can be turned out an'i iTe
I doe to the Pensacola as place to find yon when Merriwether, at lit South |
respect proposition .
,U want anything in the Diamond line prepared to do any kind of a j 1.b
we are reluctantly forced to the the best and purest! brands of liquorsto be sure to see him before you bay. Tarragona street, will sell you what FLA. ; They put on India rubber tires, the!

conclusion! that in this instance, as be found in the city. You will you want at your own price. I best on the market, on short notice.
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,I 1 in so many others, thecart has been receive polite attention and be made Hot French Waffles with as they in have a full line 6f rubbHtirt's

..i' pat before the horse. No tax collector welcome. Florida Cane Syrup at I TO CCIl>; A COLD IN OXK DAY I: WHITMAN'SINSTANTANEOUS 1 Doe stock.your boggy need upholderling : -

-not even so competent and conscientious Solomon'sCLOSING! Take Laxative Broroo Quinine Tablet : ? They can ma'keit good a, neW.

an official as Mr. D'Alexn- trPORTLAXD CEMENT a This box, a/gnature 2x. iJ7 on every I.I CHOCOLATE I Their prices, too, are reasonable, for

berte himself! -could possibly perform '2 60 per barrel. A. V. CLUBRS, OUT. they have ample capital to carry and on
I a first-class carriage buildic
bis functions bad not the assessor Corner Bru and Garden Streets. I Merriwether, the Furniture man, Hot French Waffles with ; AND repairing business. Don't fail t"i

blazed the way before him ; at 111 South Tarragona;: street, is pre- Florida Cane Syrup at I i!: call on them.

and however lax and inefficient the paring to embark in a new businessand Solomon's.We VAN HOOTEN'S COCOA ;I !Scales: repaired.
,I collection of taxes may be
da, little change for the better need the bankrupt stock of furniture and will launder your sfrsada for -+AT i Phone 57. _

a i be expected until our entire systemof Cathartic household goods at astonishinglylow 115 i cents each and make them look

determining the value of the property price | like uw. .Star_ Laundry.. ROCH'SCAUCASIAN O A. S T O XT r A .

subject to taxation is revised in Easy to take, easy to operateHood's I *PORTLAND- -- CEMENT at !I t kl.,..... Its Ltd ltd flags_A'4a_! "

the interests of the community as a Try Gunther's Candies at $2.oo: per barrel. A V. CLUB us, !gstaa

-.1 o1e." Pills ._ Solomon's. i Corner Bra and Harden streets. I SALOON. :I -' i.cvd/


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WEEK'S CHARTERS SHOT OUT WILL PRESENT 8.W..J.O'NEAL FOSHEE,,Yice-Prelld.nti President; No. oeoa. JOHN M. E. CLARK PFEIFFER, Cashier, Au't Cathiu.; 1 I


Chartering for the past week: was In the near future the Escambia OF PENSACOLA, FLA. > ".t.:

ctivgj quite a number of vessels be.iug SERIOUS CHARCE AGAINST A Rifles will present a military play, Designated Depository of the United States. II [ !

) lor Pensacola: loading. for which the company Is now
place WHITE MAN OF ESCAMBIA. pre- Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 26,1902. : !K1ri
the local fixtures the New paring. The play will be presentedby l1 .
York Herald reports the Charteringof members of the company alone Loaasand Discounts...................... 1442,921.84 Capital Stoek ............................. $200.000.00 4 J
steamer, 294 tons; three Nor. A warrant for the arrest of a white and will probably be put on duringthe Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured........ 2,301.17 Surplus ....,. .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 If'
{ I U. S. Bonds and Premiums............... 213,806.87 Undivided Profits..... ................ .... 'l'li: '. ,.
A'riian barks of 1240, 819 and 714 ,man named Salter was obtained inJustice present play season. It is stated Stocks, securities, etc...................... 2,625.00 Rediscounts............................... 10287.61 6.690.31 : il i
and there exists talents of extra Furniture and Fixtures....... .......... 6718.48 Circulation.................... ........ ..... j. -
-respectively, one Norweg- : Wolfe's court this morning some 125.000.00 ; ,
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t I [ R. Stamps. 65.82 Deposits .................................... 461,604.35!; ,
U3 ship of un tons for January by Thos. J. Watts, secret service ability in the membership of this Cash and Exchange....................... 153913.12 : li
t'.j : \
lSjID: man for the L. & X. railroad. Salter aggregation. ,;J.. t'.

lives at Escambia and will be arrested THE RIGHT MEDICINE.The Total...... .... .... ...... ....,............ 822382.30 Total.... .... .,.. .... ...... .... .......... S22,382.SO- 't 1 p 1:1.t ; '., .' f i.
Xew Century Comfort. This bank for business October ,-" :..' t--
this afternoon. He is said to be a right remedy at the right time opened 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give .: : al: '
I your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. .
Milli<,tH are daily finding a worldof fi't f'
I bad man when under the influence ia a friend indeed. You cannot be t pl I' 1

comfort iu Buckleu's Arnica I;of wbiskey. too careful about having the right 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. i; ,: ':
It kills pain from Burns, { :
:;.II\"e' remedy on hand when you need it. :
:,ieaicK Cuts, Bruises; conquers I The charge against Salter is for It ia said by a man of knowledgeand '.' ,

rIcer- ; cures Ernplt 'shooting through the windows of a good judgment that most bad GERMAN GLEANINGS. Ji .,,..,; .......,.,:- ), ', 7i
:.:,, and Felons; health ia caused by a bad liver. HE-
; -. Corns and Wart?. Best passenger train. It was during the PATICURA is the best liver tonic i G25 52 ,2s sa 52525a
r m1 which will liven that member Throe millions of the inhabitants of
earth. Only 2oe.; atV.. up in (
file cure on latter part of December as the accommodation /Zrwl..J
A. D'Alfinberte's drug store, 121 good style and give you a great deal the German empire speak the Polish ,
Pilaf+ street. train was passing of pleasure as well as satisfaction in language::
S-utu life. Sold all s
Gull Point, on the P. & A. division. by druggists. While Bremen rants far above other
German harbors it has only onethirdthe I
THE PORT Salter was a passenger on the train
!business of Hamburg.
I I and a? the train was moving along 1 NEW HORSES In Germany the government parcels\ .

COMPLIMENTED after dark he is alleged to have pro I post carries packages weighing up toI I ',1 '.., :'
eleven pounds for 12'j cents apiece. I
duced a pistol and began to make a HAVE ARRIVED ,r to t
Wooden ships on the Rhine are fnst 15H5H52555 ESHSESHSH5ZSHE Ey .I '
sieve out of each! window glas3 while being: superseded by iron boats. The \
T Marine Journal, an authority ------ - :' ". r
the cartridges! lasted. Not satisfied number of men employed on these: ,
,p:'ing matters, in its last; issueimnts ; The two horses! purchased especially boats today is 21.CN.).
with this rather exciting sport, hei i
: ,, the port of Penacolat I for the Pensacola fire depart I'.y order of the kaiser Gorman officers :' !

the following: "A gulf coast; I levelled his gun: at the Hiikering. ment arrived Saturday and yesterday -! attending any of the loyal theaters GREAT !
lights and soon extinguished them in I'.erlin: must now take their ANNUAL l WHITE mm '..
.J was broken recently when all, making the car dark and filling were hitched up and driven over i Beats before the overture begin;: I :;

; ..irij; steamship Pectan, bound the city. The horns are beautiful :\Iull:1U'l'IlIsll'cLorraln! : : \', has a ,
it full of sffiJke. | .
nacre: with a carcgo: of cotton, When the: conductor: went there to j sorrels and arc "high stepper; sod.ili-t! town council! which has decided .
I to pay 2 shillings a day to all i j
..r uiiJ miscellaneous( matter ascertain the cau-e of the disturb. Their appearance on the street cre- }.
the unemployed workmen In the town. STr LE .
v. J it U'Jl.llU, passed out of Pen- ance, Kilter is alleged to have delivered ': ated a great deal of interest. The German povernmnt proposes the -.:::. ; '

;: 't harbor:: drawing: 27 feet and up hU: troublesome gun and i acquisition of six private railways in
acted as: though he was intoxicated.This Tit, Secret (.f Lor s Life Prussia. The railroads of Germanyare :
at dead low tidi. This is
:I Les
is said to have been only a i partly owned by the government m'f
Consists in keeping all the main
deepe-t draught vessel ever sham on ins part when he began to : I and partly: by private companies.To :
1. organs of the body in healthY, regular -I
i .ui, J and cleared from a gulf port." realize the serious aspect of his of. '! avoid conscription: a youn German
action, and in quickly destroying -
1 I
Ila.lerslebeu tried simulate
fense.It I at to
deadly disease Electric Muslin
0. M. Pryor will sell you furniture 1 is: said that when the flagman !' Bitters regulate Stomach germs., Liver and gout by allowing some bees to sting I
i .i;>er than any other house; int his f wt. When he presented himself Unclervearf:
made a report of the matter he wroteit I Kidneys, purify the blood and givea :
: city. splendid appetite. They work with his swollen limb at the mustering l ,
----- his sheet cussedness
on trip "pure
wonders in curing Kidney Troubles, I station he was enrolled as a m'uutldartillcrJ'man. i
/fl-POUTLAND CEMKNT: at on the of Salter"
part Female Complaints, Nervous Diseases .
S;I' i rner per bur Bra and l. A.Garden V. CLVUKS./Streets.T The warrant was taken out to Es- Malaria., Constipation Vigorous, Dyspepsia health and and | ...IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN !1... .
cambia to be served on Salter! by Mr.
finest line of sterling silver Watts. He left at 10:30 a. m. on a : strength always follow their use. I PLAYS AND PLAYER: -- -
Only 60c., guaranteed byV.. A. I !
1 K- -d- and silver novelties is to be switch engine, having been a*pecially D'Alemberte, druggist, 121 South I
Imro Fox is said to be Kellar's ccl:?
f tat J. I. !Stephens'. Prices to deputized by Constable Siocumb Palafox street.ATTENTION I rival as an illusiuuitt.Miiltr Such Qualities, Such Great Values were 1 t.

[>lta- all. to bring in the prisoner. WATER CONSUMERS! & Ilogarty"; will probably star'" ''I never before offered in any of our Previous -
Elsa Kynn in .L Lady of Long Ao.

.1 M1 The weather bureau advises When Olj-a Nvtborsole comes to this I Record Breaking Underwear sales, i"i"I
BIG country again she will revive "Sapho." I '.
v-'r/J REDUCTION freezing weather to-! Virginia I'arle I is to star in a now I and you should, without fail, attend this .f ;

t night. Consumers are requested piece under the management of GeorgeW.
t ? to shut off their Lwlrrrr.The one. c.

-IX- water. Martlnctti family is said to be

the l best acrobatic truupe that Italy I .

TrimmedHats'AT 'I Pensacola Waver Co. ; has 1:1\lllUm 1'1'J.hll'l'd.' Muse and her company are Sale Continues Until lVedncsduy Night t i ; a

VALUABLE CITY LOTS. I..kn to sail for limo from NewTt :
r:9: 'i Ii on Jan. 2:. ;
-- 1:. II. Sotheru has purchased' an rs- !
; tate tiC 2.lwsi at the foot of :Mount .JACKETS '
acres FURS
Of the large number of lots recently .. .. : .
Snow-den in \\'all'uIIIIIH'r ;;
purchashed by Mr. O. M. Pryor t .
$ UiianKrs is the title of apia
and placed: on sale to desirable purchasers Remember our Entire Line of Jackets I !
:: )' just written and copyrighted by ,. ,
FALK'SYour many have been sold but .
'X :Mrs. M. J. JiHxlrioh of Huston.Scoti :
some of the choicest are still held by ('ra\"I'IJ has I kit the ")I\ry (ofIaala" Shirts; and Furs are going at ,:

him. coiupany. His rule of Harau I :
He will sell! to actual settlers on is to be taken by 1'arle T.rowne.MKs I
Actual New York Cost 1'I.WW .
most favorable terms, as he is determined I Adele\ Rafter: has been engagedby ;: I

Choice MONDAY AND TUESDAYOF to build up this property. Messrs. Klaw A. KrlaneiT: ( fur the I .............. .... _............... .-..,.......-. ..- .- .....- -...,
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forthcoming produetioii of "llluebeard.: H
: WANTED-FtlRS. W. J. & B. FORBES. '
Xo. 1 ottpr skin.. ..... ,..S6tito$4.CONo. FACTS FROM FRANCE. ; c-

Any Trimmed Hat in Our Store 1 coon skins, large, .50 to ..hOX" I ; ') -_._ ,_ _..r'. I
mink shins l.UO 1)0; -)
large, to Complaint is made that out of .11,000 --
--FOIt- Other goods in full proportion.Ask street lamps In Paris only :I."J" are I
any Pen
on me. J. \V. WATKiNS, are not wanted in Paris. NwWNNVNNIWNn"M r t ,

$2.00, $3.00 or $500 liruiiswitk, lia. ,II The n<'\\" regulations limit the height of b
I a building to sixty-six feet. I i
Silt KMCtiri*, ATTKXION.Kpecial j Two motor oars are to be providedfor >
conclave or the free use of the tenants; of some g THE>> MIS BEAR GO. g ,
All our $3.00 and $4 00 Hats at $2.00All
Coeur da Leon l'mmall-i j Cats now being erected in Paris. |

our $5 00 and $6 00 Hats at $3.00All .dery Xo. I, Knights In rranw there are some roads'' : ;
Templar, at 7:30: p. m. which are rescned 1 for automobiles and i
our $8 00 and $10 Hats at $5.00 :Monday, Jan. 12. uthers fill which they arc not allowed. I i:AGENTS FOR- ;<
I Installation of officers

<,- Now is the Time for You to Buy a Hat.-<(J.s: ana work by a in binqupt.the K. T. degree, followed The Paris IIi the GauloU rainl:; thinks Calais that in the the jcollapse j I 4 t

Sojourning Sir Knights are ChaUl1ly'es is only a question\ of j
invited. time. It was built in the years IS: < Ors KIT/EX. E. C. i j : < - -
o = _==. ::0 HARRY W. Gums,
Recorder. I III the center of Paris there have j I
: been recently! built several large "ho- j
: I i tels" in which homeless men may fur I'

109 S. Palafox. NOTICE. I 4 cents get a plate of hot soup and an :, E ei9 Cigars : t ,
all night seat on a bench. They are socrowded |
'- There will be n reiru- I.
that lie down.
e.....:. .....e..o.s..e......oooo,.oee.O+oeo' l ltr meeting of ),It. lloreb no one can I Ill?
J' It. A. Chapter Monday .
V.J j ji cU f < evening.; 12th: inst., NAVAL STOKKM MAKKtT.l I
of the
<( 5, The Sensation Day. S .
s l at 7:0 o'clock. i ;
i j* Ii 1f \\'. E. AMIEKSON<< : I ptlrted Dally for The News bj .
:Secretary.A Union :Naval Stflr..Oo. ,
jcLLTL I I :; .

J -- :- ... Cure For Lumbago. w w _... ...........H ?BOrillt.) H,_....._. ......t2w(3. tr i .GIVE THEM A TRIAL !
W. C. Williams of Amber=t."a.., : ...._......... ... 3 'oj} 1V }._ ........ ...... I ;; .. .
: "For more than a year I suffered _. .. .. ... ........ 3 fj K _...... ..._ 1 (15M I
) say from lumbar o. I finally tried .. .. ..._. .. .._. S 83 E__........ ,.._. 1 fill J .
I Chamberlain's: Pain Balm and it I j! K: ...._ ........ 2t.) D_...._........ 155 i I {Y WNvY'1vY'1y WNN'I J1vl
eers' Repository I I gave me entire relief, which all t_. .m......... -_. 1 40 c..t; below 'm_ 1 so I
other remedies had failed to do." | SPIaITTOaPt TIz -K'j. i I''

,>Sold dealers.by all druggists and medicine I You will consult your best interests SPECIAL NOTICE.H. I DR. F. E. BRUCE '1

. : : = =-_=== :::=: _:_---- _:=:===:=_-=: : I 0.
by going to M. Pryor if you Umbrella Maker, 315
Altman, Ha returns! and resumed rractiee.
509-511 South Palafox Street. :1 PIANO DRAWING.I want furniture. He is in position to I South:; Palafox, wishes to inform the
sell Office Jes.'a! West Governmental.,
I cheaper than any other house: in
/ that he has no one employedto
I At a meeting I of the directors of the city. :public Salisbury Building.Telephoue .
: o-FULL LING 01'- it wm decided that if ticket No. 841, for goods intrusted to him 140. :
which drew the |400 piano, H not : 3 udgin's, {Ke Sfs/ for oc. :personally. 3jltn I !

i and Harness jj z',1I produced by January 15, it will be Hot French Waffles with
Buggies Wagons declared forfeited, and the sale cf t
tickets will be resumed and another Hot French Waffles with WANTED-HIDES. Florid Cane Syrup at j

t. .J drawing held at 9 p. m. Fedruary 23. Florida Cane Syrup at ]Dry flint hides... .. ...... ..12'iC n. I Solomon's.
...O/N...........N.....NtfNON........ TjlwThe Solomon c Green: salt hides .. .. ...... 7c lI.j I It

.. ...... fie B.
finest line of umbrellas! in the I ---- -- -- -- Fallow, in barrel

: city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look Fallow, in cakes 6'2c' 8. t .
D. HALEVILSON, at them._____ MONEY TO LOAN Beeswax, 2<5 cent* pr poand.Ark .11
: any Pen Marston $ Quina have a

eat Estate and Rental Agent,i fine line of Rattan Parlor I ISuit's without On the publicity.J.most reasonable. : terms and jn me. J. W.Brunswick WATKIX, *Ga.. I II I II I t I )

and odd peces; they W. BULLARD, MiStie Ph0to9pophg, U t

lat2; South Palafostn'l.t, are better and cheaper than 2S'2 South Palafox, Up-Stair Hot Rolls at 5 p. in., lOco I

'. 'HONE NO. 234. PENSCOLA, FLORIDA. ever. J. A. WILSON, Manager. ioz., at Solomon's. II I L'O4J4 S. llalafoStreet.: '


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Over-Work Weakens J. A. VAN P.ELT. J. C. VAN PELT.

L d.I A Secret Disease Your Kidneys. .
Ural Estate "praDa Modern Paper Chattanooga Had a Big Blaze In Four- VAN PELT BROTHERS
Evidence of Wealth. ,
4 Of all human diseases, that known ai Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. Story Building.

\,1. ft i: COcUgiocs Llood poison, or the Bad 1 1,1. What a wonderful change of has the passed word Chattanooga. Tent., Jan. 10.-At GARDEN STREET GROCERS,
r 'f f! i Distal,has caused more misery and sur.iJ" over our conception All the blood in :your body passes through 1:45 o'clock this morning fire broke

f I. fering and ruined more lives than all 1 1il "proportyr! The writer is old enough your kidneys once every three minutes. out in one of the four story buildingson Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of

;J others combined. It not only wrecks the lo rpuieuibtr when uothng: except laud '" The kidneys are your $! Broad street adjoining the Read

hopes and aspirations of the one who and houses wore regird'd as true property ''fl'iI Hood purifiers they filter AND FANCY
house. It started in the
\ Contracts it but often the innocent are' millionaire out the i
,I but nun man may li.a' t- :; -',.. ulJ waste or ,
made to share the humiliation and disgrace ar.
r -t, cf this most loathsome and hateful .\ few p.ews of par in a box at hisIinker's If they are sicker out I used by the T.cad house for lodg: Fruits, Nuts, and all the Delicacacies of the Season.

?* : .' form of Llood poi i:;>n. Children inherit betttr still. an inscription h' I f '' cfordertheyfailtoda I ers. i

iIJ j, it from parents and thousands of the or, '.7 I! their work. I I.J At 2:43 a. m. the fire was under control Oar Goods are Arriving Dally and you can Always: Rely on Getting the
in 1 uvl U of which he knows nothing except
t purest men and women have been contaminated a > .J?.1 Pains aches and rheumatism i

S r 1 and ruined simply through that it eXists constitutes him a man : come from excess i'I The building is owned by D. P. Montague Best, Freshest and Cheapest.

: : l handling the clothing of one infected rich beyond the dreams of avarice and cf uric acid in the

t !4 \rith this awful I moreoter, a man who bas not to guard blood due to neglected and was occupied by the Chickamauga VAN PELT BROTHERS
I 11 Carriage works. The carriage
iy ,, a13dy.ordrinkTHE INNOCENT I his prr>i>erty aud who can realize It- kidney trouble. 1 .
J 1f"r} I inS' from the which the rich man of old could not do Kidney trouble; causes quick or unsteadyheart works was partially destroyed. Loss ,
7 ".;" same vessel and SUFFER WITH I beats and makes one feel as though not great. TELEPHONE NO. 231. J* j* 31 EAST GARDEN ST.
-in half an hour. It is a very curiouschange
!''t ":,{II t isiig the same and the full results of they had heart trouble. because the heart is I II I' The building! adjoins the Read house
t fl H.I' ; toilet articles. THE GUILTY. one over-working In pumping thick kidaeyI : I
and had It not been for the telephone I
Il 4. And when the which we have yet to perceive, but we I poisoned blood through veins and arteries. 'I
It trouble is that among them will bo an imiueii I service to the different rooms a disastrous -! A. :M:
: 4lj i real nature of the known many su-'ptt-t { It used to be considered that only urinary AverySrCCESSOR
tV'11: prefer to sniler in silence or leave the :>e increase In the amount of wealth troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, I Ii panic would! have probably resulted. -i .

t.4- ., f disease to do its worst rather than make at the di-puta of industry and enterprise i i but now modern science proves that nearly I II r .

,( .f. ,<; Jf known their condition. anti an astol1i..hlng decrease ia I all constitutional diseases have their begin- I ( TO AVERY t WOOLFOLK.)

b 4 Through our Medical Department wet the ptumanence of the wealthy fami ning in kidney trouble.If One Killed; None Injured. IMPORTER AND JOBBEROFHARDWARE.
; \ cffer advice and help. Write us freely are sick can make no mistake
1 you you
lies. It is so easy to spend hares or I St. Louis, Jan. 10.-Assistant GE'ner,1i I
tb1-; "i about :your case, as nothing you say will by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
office. Let buds. and tlu-re are s-o few to notice i I al Passenger Agent Hill of the Big I
: $ ever go beyond our us help and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Khmer'sSwampRoot
, v- you to get rid of this fearful disease for whether' you spend them or not. It took the grea kidney remedy is I I Four. stated this morning to the Associated .

Igtfvto which some one else no doubt i is to blame. : years to -pend a great landed ej-tato. soon realized.! It stands the highest for its Press that nobody was in'l

: :>..,,.>.: .. It matters'not how long the poison has Lut a fortune hi bonds may disappear wcnderf cures of the mcst distressing cases !: jured and only! one killed in the Iron, Nails! Axe*Shovfl Saw Mill and Steamboat
;tiC ". .i. u tnlkirgii your sjstcm, S. S. S. will : in a year of unlucky s-pmilation cr in and !is sold: on its merits "" i on that road between Moro and Ileih- :I Supplies( Cooking and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils
,l. and Window Gla-, Uuns, Pi-tols and Fi-hinc Takle.
purify anl up sour blood the ('.'rly lifetime of one t-puitltbrift by aldrggztstnLfty-'C::,:::, el. in.: last night. The engines and I
'a T eliminate every atom of the deadly virus and '' ''''''''-ot.a-... .... ","".
f from the svmm and make a complete \tir..-I ondon t-'pei-tator. es.cent You one-co may have.ar S'Z'a -, !' the mail and baggage cars of passenger -, Agate and Tinware aim Honsefuniisuins Gwis.CZTAGKXS ,.

l1' : and pnnanent care I sample bottle by mal nome of SampIt.'ot.free. train Xo. SO: and 11, were wrecktd FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COM Il'AXY-o)

'iv\ s. S. S. i3 the only antidote for Contajjions ; IVlrif.ed the r.nuli-lininn Tun. also pamphlet! telling! you how to f.nd : but as far as known, theme were i Revere Giant Stitched Beltinir, Northampton Em' rvWboel
li W' Blood IV.v 'n and ha*tx.cn curing it' "i'iloiiel Ti.ni (jchiUne once ui',et have or bladder trouble. no material damage. The -
if kidney responsib.lty
out you Co., I. '(tin & P. ind Powder Co.. Johnson's K u-
f.y. t for fif'.years. It contains n.) mercury, Lord Ijouxlile Mh. n the latttr was Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmtii ; for the collision: which occurredon i somine, Iron Kin'* and Buck Staves and llanosv

: 'ft T.. :1. potaih or other harm-. I emert.ui'eil! in N..\; York On hi:; way Co., Binghamton. N. Y. 1. a < curve bus not yet been Coups <*: t ').'zi Raw HUe Lace: Leather. Masar. -

i mineral ingredi I home from rn rplitiu/1: ] f> Alaska" -.- ilefinittly! I settled but the Mad: Railroad Colors
;..; :fl but i is a purely .I.d a man who saw the fun."At IMn'tnnke anv in "'nt-; but re- superintendent -

kt JOI$ SS Sf ..!, c remedy that a dlniur Z'IMU in his honor Lord mfcinhor theI mp. Swamp" Root. thinks it resulted: : Lthe dispatcher Masonic Teimtle, -1 Pensapola F .i.

.: .!:' '. I without leavingany Dr. Kilmer's wamp, Hoot, and the ; forgetting that No. 11 was
I.oi.l.ile told thrilling tries.nu1 .
i"1 .. bad after effects. I many addre-, Kicgluuuon, :-;. Y., on i running in two sections. The di-bris
audible: ',..11Wl'lIt: around the
i .. Our special Home Treatment Look, : an 1: every bntle. covering the tracks at the scene stop I SAMUEL

, 1 fives a'.l the symptoms of this disease. I tal.Kv. Leu he finished idling/ a petrilied I __ _._____ __ __ I pod traffic for four hours, and later CHARLES,
'3 We will mail you a copy free. I forest in .Africa iu which 11.i'UlI.1 .> I
p-, a number of petritied lions and I iiH\lant 'n'nd Courteous.May I trains of that road were compelled to : ri
; i
4 M1i.KER
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. did Jack behavewhen use the tracks of the Wabash to get l :
How Manleigu I
4' f _ _ cl-phants As the Kn l lbhlllall lapi.edInto I ,
around the wreckage. Mr.: .
. > I fI'ul-t'tlhlru? Hilary
silence and tlw1 ai'plm sank to I you
.. :' all.luukiil Colout-1 Ochiltree I auJ-Galantly! anti courteously. stated that the tracks would be cleared
i. ; MART-: 'S OPPORTUNITY. I an who to
I .;1' t() de-fend his nationality and beat this I I May-Why, Low? and the trains proceed as usual. j b -: : il Wholesale and Retail Dealer Shoes; Leather & Findings

EI_ I [The first postage stamp ever issued by pctnlied huLl stoiy."Texas' I autl-lle inM>ted upon kissing me PHONE 014. HOT SOUTH PAL\KO.Y MTIIKKT.
.1 i the L"r.lt"d Suus Rovernment "hirL bears said the colonel after a I goodby.-Town Topics. Day
J i;; the portrait cf a woman has In-tu place-i i LaCrosse Wis., Jan. 10.-This is the
S h1tt1'thas its petrified forests; but although -
r: t CD i-.ile in the postotfires throughout the coldest of the winter. At 6
day a.
Darn It It I w..U."They m.
a ?;; country. It Is an ..hhtnt "taml'[ antI had they contain no petrified lions i I
the likeness ot Martha Washington.-Spe- they are remarkable for having petrified -| say some blind people can actually the mercury registered 5 below zero, : The Star
... 4 cial 111" leh. which was the minimum of the day. Laundry
.'1 [':' ] I birds rlyius; over them.' i I distinguish colors by the sense
!rJ; ;ia Fair woman's recognition is no more a 'XniiM'iiser: said Lord Lonsdale."Tliat 1 1 I of touch." The weather bureau reports S below ,

"!1 nfl" .l, The pageantry thing to come is forming; ; don't you hear I,; imiMto-ible.: Such a phenomenon "That's nothing. There are times zero at Green Bay. Warmer weather Biggest Busiest Best !

Uoston I accompanied by snow, Is promisedfor i ,
N l the thu.Mlngdrum? is contrary to the laws of gravitation. -, when I feel blue myself. -

II i; ',i! ;:Le's got her foot in politics in ineJicino.in .' Commercial Bulletin.: tonight. ,
l "
F law.
h AiJ we are dilly sting sights our fathers '.\!i, that's easily explained,' responded -
t; t.I a nt-vtr saw. 1 rolowl Ochiltree quickly. 'The Doth Hand "'011. Foils a Deadly Attack.
t Bu' jood olJ Martha Washington is stil! I "Hiavy expenses this year" said the"Indeed They Speak
: laws of itatiun down there are
c4l 'he ;:ra\ "My: wife was: =o ill that good
I'lon..r: ,
Ii 41-t; : Shi s got h
the news wv hear. ? I writes :M. M. Austin, Winchester, ;

\ "5.-t In this age of [.ro r..ss who would be I, Trundle Uriln Out of Dnte. "Yu; I'm running two new authors !ilnd.. "but wa-t cotnpletplv cured by fo TlleID !

S, .r""I":J' surprised at that? |: There! are in" trundle beds on the and an uutoUlo ilct1:1l1tamsUtu! Dr. Kin-'s New Life Pill"." They I )r V6S !

I i'h. in in' win says it's mwvtlous is talk- I. market nowaday" said a New York tion. work wonders in stomach and liver
through his hat.
i:.g ::
i trouble Cure constipation. ick
L i >'cr:: ,11.'n it eiimis to patures it disPlays furniture store salesman. "They are not We let the! Shirt-: C '. ir-
He 1tt"loRh.hl'Ilidn't atV.. D'Alem-
headache. 2o3 A.
I: < :
tt14 awful taste j jIn
: : in
. ( I mufaetured. It has been 4neewe
: years honeymoon berte's store 121 tj. Palafox and Cu IN we Lvanderpeak: "f
it:3: : :i man B Kcrmly features on the oth- ', our pass drug; ,
carried them iu stink' antI the ..
t' A.1 J < r v'0 I. "\hn lovely woman's countenance might: than' '" are that they will never be in -- .- ----
k4t ;. lie-Well, I should say it did: Why, & = than we can. We want to b,- juJ{'il
i well be I'rint.l there vicu" airain. Science is against them, Cleaning ladies skirts and waists' ----- -
.it, .,:. Bat time before I had spent !: i 11 one of OT specialties star Latinllry. \1.:3t: 2iI .4,, more by tin work we d.<) ttun by
'i .:: 1. ha\c curtl.y -: all the money I bad.-Harper's Razor
.,1 I Ktttlni; on a iK>M.ige stamp \\hy. don't ;1 :ajnveil; that as H promoter of colds the i ( 4 V we "ay.

., ( \u fi-f that she 1 trundle IMN his no ojuaL 1'or hjgienicriMsuns 1:
: (.real Labor Sater.Cu cf.TcErLT.
v> IiI I.. as licked as (loorgf was when he.t'i'J :
.I ,4c r'i-kf.! th. cherry Irif* ...l trund'tt: Itnls have: !been supers.il. : .
..i -E.V.. Gillilan in Ualtinmre American. 1t'ril.s and Infants' beds of a i you sold me Is as soft as )Jutt). It got + ,. /J

..f t. I.N. I dignified! height. l'a*'hioll has also had i dull the first: time I used It. I :t///4--L TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

'* The U ii in mi of It.Utti I sunu tiling to do with the dianzp.; It.;:- I 1I'alt'r-Y-e-s, but! think how easy it ,
- ---- --- -- --
I,, ul.-ir l III is isre now built so low that It New York I WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.
------- will be to sharpen.- Weekly.
t 1l! ( I 'I would !h.> n-\t! : to !hIlIM.jhll'| to slip the : .
'' r Beer
& ; } i';: trimii!! bill u'ultr ti.! xn. I'erbaps there Wh)' .bLot
.I ,: d : !II.':' If a I f, '-%' i'Ut iii! the wnmtry Hi- 1! ".\nll what does jour son intend to .WILL MOVER'S.\

:: ,;jt t ;;!J (. ) I tii'N. tli.. : h.ue not been si izt-d by I write, hi'lurie\llIo\.ls or literatures ?" ;! That Madej .

'jfl1j j I'.. : .. f I in rl': iMft'iror' <-i't!: it-i ki'iilhig!! < ".\ I said before lie expects to pet

t .l.pi-.- .. \ \ ='--;--., "t ItS 1\ 'I J ." ia'! :".;: tli':: tiiu> in a New 1 rkh from the work of his pen.--Chlca-

jj}.f r.it J(r\<:-;t..'....)..v!>;,'l, J. .; \ : \\.; I .,u.--: :-v." I ..0 Kecord-Herald. : ANNH I tn. r FAMU, U WEST SIDE GROCERYHAS

... .
it.'.j "1"'t.". 't'.r.2 ,. :.Sl.uIN i a n t'r> pl. Monet Tronlilpo."I .

r.t. / In : '.,' crjit; tor :'t. KtMiiarilS clnirdi -ISVICTORIA- JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT :SUPPLY; OF
:.it ':,-'. t'll\ "I. money is the greatest
i'.r at II: ::1' Kiul.il: I, tie 7.0-ri skulN. trouble man has." Fish Barrel Olives
Cranberries Florida
rJ. Roe Syrup
.I' t\il! ,
: Th ir .. ; Imu Lieu the subject uf "
SIt : "Yi s: ..>[ Chilly!! when he hasn't any.

f. : : .r"t; tc IIIU'1; II.'U -:>: in I by 'i'lIti.ts. They -J Ulll'. I. Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and Everything
W T Olici l'd'I.1 I t') 1 II,' the I bones of
... \ I Kept in a First=Class Grocery
: :1" I) 11II.h tuvatlirN'iv the balance of .. ntsr IOCIT: BOTIIt; HtJ-t; ; : ,
71. 1'1:1:111" of tUo Moon.Tlire .
: oj .11. 'n :I ni'1Iii's: that! they: are the outcome : ='s ;j'I'ty of authority fur bell'l j IN TOWX.iDANNHEISSER. : FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION- FOR SPECIAL ()(.. .ASION.:

oi I tittle foiiSit h'vtvcvit'oIti .
a I :
> i i.r. .hat tin ,'j' is a min in the i.'oon.
thi ; u.-.T. .1 prince of the lirito'i: : and the: ] Ii: f.n-t. ili r.' La aith rity for 1-flievins;; I BRO3.I I A Gar L si d tr tfo Mil CeEb! 'atEd Xajatic Flenr Jc>! tofti: ,

in\idui.r Sa.\..u< a!>oiit .\. I I. 4:;'!. 4 AGE TS JOB THE CELEBRATED I
tl.i't!: i''cie! ;.rl':11'11 and oilier :lIIi.I I II

j IIIiY t.f tht> skulls l.e.ir the marks of I ir.tls! t!:">re. I-ar.tt declares that ('uiiibni.heI ; I I. W. HarDer WhiRk Y.I I,
tI'i-t i1 Slic-II'iw i!'il AlUv Iiai.u'i, t., marry the hiatt I.tt. On a table cu me side \vf- t-. tJ.e:1.,11 aiiil that be i I

"J L with tunatiuV. 'of the cr are placed' t WI skulls
it bat u.n; ) lit ) i _
cm: be si t II tin ro at ::iiy time. Clmiccr WICI< E & CO.
))4, tk He-t'li, ti's tiiut: erlz'le his for which ire! declared I.e t> plea Saxon tli-cl..res that the lIalllll th11.1'111 was I I

:;1' ftmU:11t111' tlumslit In iuu>t In1 aNow i and llriti-h. one In'ins lone and nari Main Hou"e-401 S. Palafox street. '
I pnilty.f larceny and that he carries a
'i J t b.rguIti Y'.rk TUMI: i row and: the other short anti broad: 1 tlwirii l u-h. Shakespeare loads him j R. R. Eschane| -Opp. Union Depot. Plumber Gas and Steam

j'i he cu.-.l"Jiaii jMiinis out in ui th<' Fitter
< r
with thorns and frixes j him a do:?. According 1, P. O. Box 2E<1. Pensacola, Fla.

et Ii Illu..I.o Jk*. !ii-irt of the crypt what he eoutempuasly in the "nl'ral'I'.iull.. he wash.niiihietl : Phones 116-2G8. J

) Tbe in.-ni at Jar !I..ar.li: I.ni'e hl / describes as a ",'''11I11I011 churchyard sticks '
for pitherin ou
I No. 6 South Falafox: Street.
t I this rri'.iiiiiis of a uuv |iri>vjM-rois Ia\('k- sutill. Sunday: ar.d the Germans have amplified I

1 ct o>uil> from which the t<-,'lit 11.1\'''' lung this theory by giving; him a woman In K'camhl County Circuit Court, butecf I All Kinds OL: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
llli Tn> 4.Fiat It.cdies."MtMI.litill .
sIll('" 11 l 1'Iorul> -tUancery.
I who had been caught; churning but- TRTiKPHONK: ft 2.% '. I\I"UlnLA." }'1A.
Iicst,,: said the old retired Louisa Molman I
: \\liy. wt :\'k him. "tin >uii carry ttron Sunday.Forty. tvs.
skipjHT, with u kimrt of contempt > ., .
tbaitliinzr.ioiiiiJ! : with -tUat worthlastold --- - --
you I C. W. I'ffiffer CL Bi.)
$ "1 didn't '11\'e n.\ such tomfoolery I
-c-iimt./ of
4 t On Monday the M day February \ IJ.

..:\.nl he rojIits.Vil. : aboard ship when I were a-.soin' to Years' Torture IJ&'I! the dl'l..ndanUl'be Hiimh Joi.Bcniiii Uro,. Hr"-I TIME TABLE.
rtft' t-ryCo.tt corporation. <
i:; "\ I e-tn't hart: with it.-I'.ati! sea. Kl.tl'h11>' :I'l'o.lIllIlI' of my croo..No. I. To be relieved from torturing dis- Ltd.. n corporation. John T. .

:zre New* : sir! If so l he as wun of the 'an.lsWHS ing business as Taylor it Wllllaiui. W. : AND NASHVILLE
4 torture might LOUISVILLE RAILROAD.
fo't..e after forty years' ,
fetliu' I 'im"t'rc's WI''''' ijeo K Hell mid as surviving t.1
-- sez t.1
I 'jutHr. wel: cau !nnip1e at llnnil. the pain' ? Is it above the iM'lt or below TrualowUuinK business as Truslow
t "' That is what DaWitt's Witch Hazel Co.. W. B. HHknap & ( o, a rpomtlon. -
: Hift 1':1\\ nskt'l Tuiiiiiiy, looking up the I it-It? It.t' MZ it's below the belt.
O.i i Win. raviford. Jas 1'.. Mchils. Louis New Orleans and Mobile.
I 'fnotD the \ii "T lie \\:!.. u-ailinjj, "wh.it I ,sties 'im a heuiiuctic; if V sez it's Salve did for C. Haney, Geneva, Schott.Tho.. M. McCarthy. 1 1I0!.. W. An-

": j :arrfisiil cliargfs'i I IIlklth belt I gives im a dose o' He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel : nlston.Wm. 8. Buchanan nrd W. K. Kr- I -;:;- 1-- ------
ns.p rtnrias Austin. MchoU Co.. TheN !0.4.. So.2. $ No.l. I No.l. o.l.
iJ" "'h.l charsi'; : Tommy," ::ii.l Mr.Torpor. liepviin sorlts. Turn my ship hinto n1'llIlIIiu' I Salve cured me of piles after I had .-w York Condensed Milk Co, a corpora 7:15 aH:5u 12:15 m Ii 11:03 p Leave ._.. Pensacola Arrive 6:00: a 4uo p '.::10 P
: : :
%t ftk frlaiu-iiiK; furtively at I the oliliT- chemi-it's shop: Nat: me, kirl": suffered forty Cures cute, tion.The American Tobacco Co., a corporation I \ a 2.7 p 1:02 a Lve.._ lomaton ._. Leave !:".'\ a 2:'*> p II 1. ,
: years. ,and Wvliert Tobacco Co., a ._ .. .
corporation 11:00 a 4:?! p 2:55: a L..ave Mobile .Lean is.se n't] 1215 n 6.00 p
:3j and Miinvwhat" angular;:: hpiiiMor s- -Loiuloii Telegraph.liiilnieniii: .i. burns, wounds, skia diseases. Be- ,are required to appear to tbe bill tiled _____ $::5p I 7:30 a L""vl _New Orleans Learn -: .ip 1:26 a _'_
r *J tviuf-Ttably liy the lire ai the otherjml ware of counterfeits. HargU Pharmacy against tbcin herein.This I. -- ----- ---- --- -
oner is to be published once a welt
of the room, "\\ eli. youruut Abigail ( Fromhnlr.. John Sheppard. Sidney Kabn. fourcansecutlve( t\.k m THE II \I ..Y North.

; 1 is I'UP of tllI'lU.-Chkuo Tiihuiie.I :-1"'rlll:1.t'li. which is I.flt'll1.1,1 Jnlerually t Ne\m. nepaptr pubiUbed: ia laid Ks- -
canibia county. No. 2. No. 4. No. 1 No. I.
in catarrh nllll111ll'r affection:
PEARL & DOLIVE. i A. M.McMlLLAS. I 1I:05p m 12:15p m L..ave_ Penu ola.ArrITe 4:00pm 6:00111I
nju..t a* I \.r. I ITOlIII..lll.aH'IIO as well as in the form of ointments for Clerk Circuit Court. I &:16 a m e-.sr p m Arrln.. Montgomery _Leave 11:15 am 11:86 p III1I:5vBm
Ky M. H. BURTON. I'.C.
:;. wan hu\v toiiMMuz wounds and excoriations of the skin, is f n>acola, Kla., Dec.T.1"2." d2loawtwE."EItAL IIUllpm Arrlve.. Birmingham .Leave :8Iam U.6plll
I 1 I rue p m 1:10 a m Arrl-_Nashville _.I.ene _..__ __ .
J'"OU ; yours lf tu wi-nr such nn ulitaiueil from the h.luf a monster of Call on them at the corner of Garden 2:5) am :ISa m Arrive _Looisvttie Leave 8:15pm 2. 5 am
lI1TJ..tl? the whale kind which aNnniils in the I 1Oam: :>Vam Arrive_Ciucinnatil.eav' (:I'Ipm Ill5pm
utrngi.oI1s Alcaniz streets for ,
and carpenter tllKNCH HCUKDULE! 1U am 1$1 pm Arrt"t.. LoUII ..Leva. 4l5pm NMp.PEN3ACOLL .
.1 15roui-\\V11. it was Hudson's choice I !mull !ol'as, while the highly: csttvuied and electrical work,or phone 660.We .

:iuilx ris is only a condition of disease AND RIVER JUNCTION.
Ii with ico. You MCTowne Following; 1? the schedule of the I ,
-- -
r -llu'a! It hloL.sltvre like; iu the Mine anuhiull.St government steamer General French

Jlrs. Hobson's doil't'l'LilaJl'1phla are going to sell our which TUE NEWS prints for the I No._I-DaUy_ No. I-DaUYI I No stop where time nol shown No. '-Dally :t_So. _I-DIiJ:_

Z'zma. ra I citDaughterPapa )'. $1.00 Tabaurette for GDc. (I benefit of the merchants who ship ii56 pm 1:00 a m ''LeavePf'OI8Cola.Arrln.. 10\0 pm' sao pili
; did not take the paper heir goods to the >arious army It:15 nigh 1JI" ..._ Jobp.mJa 10ST" 1:08"

.' I Self Reliance. to the olliee with him this mornin?. on Dec. 22d, 23d and 24th. I!, posts; : 12O": 7:16 "" "" Yolenra "" 10M" ftOI"U :
.' 1:1 _Escambla_ 10:112" 0:51"
.JfWrr (to the \\iJuw-Thc law Mother-He Oiiln't? I'll bet it's !pot Just to see how maney people -i;I Lea-el Fensacol___.. ...? _. 7:00 a. m. 12:15 1:1" __ Mulat 10:211" 6:46 '
< | Leaves Barrancas._...._ ....-- 7fO a. m. 12\! 1II" .. __ Harp __ 10:21" 0:411'U
J75TS 'OUl third mad.im. a lot of stuff showing how women can will read this ad. Mars- I, Leaves Pictens .__ ..___ 550a.m. :;)) .. 1:86": .. ._G'ltCltJ_ IOl 0:11"It
.4 I The \Jow-Wdl., 1'111lilt going tte ,) rlm their own bonnets.-New York 1 Leaves liarraacai_. ..h..____ 8:15a.m. :&! 1:311" ___ Milton 10:10" 5.5 H
chaiu-es In that ilinrtion. 1ahU Weekly. ton $ Quina. Leaves ensacola ______10:15 a. m. 1:30 am _.- .. N _Good Raoce .:56"
any _ _ I Arrives barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then 1:56" 8:15": ". .__ HOltl.... __ 8: 45 H2O
Ir'sl to hustle for my third aakei a trip to Fort McKee and then returns 8:30": MlIlIgao __ 8: ..11"
I did fur first and seeond.ccaoNews. .- Drrp. | STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ to Barrancas. 21" 8:1W H ..Crestvlew_ I .:11" .:00"..
just as my ..
I Leaves Barrancas.__,__. __ 1:lb p.m. 1:00" .M" ..beerLand H 8:56 i 1IIt
-' "I don't see why you call him greedy i Leaves Hlckeni'__' .. ._. __ 1:25 p. m. I: 11:10" .. __ Mossy Head .' 8:40 H 1:14 .H.
THOS. CoNDos Captain
I when he save you his nice large appleto Leaves Pensacola __ _._ 4:* p. m. 4:01" 1I:8i" H .DeYunlBk8prtDCI. .. 8:18 2:61
between Leaves Pickens _____ 5:15p.m. 4:1'1" II:" H .___ Argyle 1:" 2Bl
will make regular trips
lunnllr the Ca.p.she divide. :I Arrives Harrancai 5:30 p. m. and makes 4:40' 8:61' ._Ponce de Leon. 1:211 2:1.
says she is always willing tow "That's jut it. Of course I had toire !; Pensacola, Point Washington and rlp to MeK'e and return. 0:00" 10:10 t ".. _.WeatTlUe. -_ 7:11 H I 1:56 :
Freeport. Leave Baylen street On Wednesdays and Saturdays the 01" lOUi' __ Caf'TlUe_ 7:12 N I 1:4k.: ..
iLsten to rl'1,011. I : him the biggest piece 1 wharf Thursday at 6 a. cc. and ar- boat will leave Barrancas via Pick- i 6.118" 10:50 _RoDltay... ... 156 1:11: ..
"lndc.d': I 1:')) 10:41" U ... .CblpleT__ 1:81 i IW
rive at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. ana for Peniacola at 6:30 p. m. : 1:1ki" 11:01" --Cottoodale_ ':18 15:14:: 11201
.1th: yes; bat she insists upon d '('IJ.l..r We see others as they are net; ourselves Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a.\no The General French is for army 7:00" 11:15": H _)Iarlalloa 1:00 :I I.:!.

iz; lirrself what Is and what is not'tInChlrao as we should like to be.-Satur- j and arrive at Pensacola 6 p. m. same purposes only and any outsider must 1:30" 11:45 ._CypraiI.._ 6:1! 11ta..m: ..
7:40" 1I:5! H ....Gratld Rldge_... 0:32" n:;' .
: Post. Jay I'vtuinz Tost. day. Fare, round trip5; one way, :lave a pass from the quartermaster I 1fJ8"- 12fJ6 noon .. _.._ Boeadl O: I" li.4) ..
,,53. 12nlm D take passage 01 her. 8U" 12U" ArruR1nr'&ocUOD: _LUTe 6:1Q" iOA' _
Subscribe for Tat SEWS; lOc per week.

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THE DAILY.NEW8 PEN8ACOLA_ .,.FLORIDA._____, _MONDAY__ ...JANUARY 12._ '19O3__ s lr.t''
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Murphy MADE HIM UNDERSTAND.Aged He'd obey Orders. HEALTH

The This account of a conversation be- INSURANCEThe QE OVAh.
x...... Teaches the Smart tween an officer and a private comes t'
Murder Case To... Has a Leaaom. from the Philippines: An officer of the mu who insures his life Is

-- "Absent yesterday" said the aged day meeting a sentinel on outpost wise for his family. -.....", ,
manager as he adjusted his glasses to paused to ask him If he knew his or The who insures his
man health
(Original'! ]
the smart ders.
.. young man. Is wise both for his Jacob Morris :
lldl family and
.'. J the superintendent, < "Yes :
'i "; .... I sir replied the clerk. "Yes, sir. aid the st>ntlnl'LOtlit'l'rSupr.o.IIe himself.
. "Absent from illness?" rushed" bya
you were '
.,.nU'i" \' nt to Iris' house, and he 3 "No, sir." hundred bolomen. What would you You may Insure health by gUArd. HAS MOVED FROM RAILROAD t ., ,
Tu(u we followed him "Oh honest at it. It is STREET TO HIS OLD STAND, t : 1 I
t you're any rate. Most do? ing worth guarding.At i
' -y, for if he had gone up men would say they were." 'Torm a line, sir." replied the &'ntl- the first attack of disease 136 East Intendencia
\;l'I' \led him Lack to the "I haven'been absent from illness neL Street ,

It .' \, :.while we had posted men I for nearly a year." "What: One man form a line?" which the generally approaches. Here yon will find a Full Line of r ,f
through LIVER and manifests
L'e un either side and know "You haven't?" The old looked
man "Yes sir. I'd form n bee line forcampNew
0''t t' tt w get out that way. surprised."No : York Xews. itself in innumerable ways Honseloli, and Kitchen Furniture :
-'If K."'II up your efforts to find Tax sir. It has been with me all the ,
ti .'I('r)' bit of territory where STAR OF BIALTBKODOL time." The Crow That Wran a Fool'. Cap. Mattresses! Carpet, Rugs, Mat I>

l.'". .,' be.i ." "What has?" The following clever way of keeping tinge, Quilts, Stoves and every
I.': I'\! iy had been murdered digests what you eat.] "Illness of some sort." crows away from a grainfield is used TiVPillsAnd thing in the House-Furnishing

ne in a pocket where he KODOL cleanses, purifies, "But you said that yesterday"- by the farmer of Holland: Line at Moderate Prices for .
j* .i,. with Jim Dugan. Du- strengthens and sweet "Yesterday I was absent on account He makes some small caps of stout f'

fie del in setting out, pass- ens the stomach. of Illness, sir." paper and smears around the inner hide Cash or on Its Instalment> Flap.Woman. :'

.-, v had not yet heard of the KODOL cures Indigestion, dyspepsla The old man thought the matter over of the mouth of each some bird lime or save your health. .
1:0. il \\ i I'; this knowledge of the and all stomach for a minute or two, and then he said: other sticky stuff. In these he puts ,
: iit that enabled his pursilof and bowel troubles. "Yes yes; I see. You're rather par I some grains of corn and stands them CllEW NOTICES. ,i
t'' ... .. Every
of his .. - i t
of the possibility about his fields their
KODOL accelerates tha action of ticular In your use of words. by pressing points captain o
CJ the gastric glands and "Yes sir. Study to use them correct Into soft earth. NEITHER ers nor coneleneeg the of, the 1 11' r 1 il kgereatcdand.hmddkmw about the woiuitrraMARVTL
1.n ; "it found, and after sevU gives tone to the digestive organs. ly." When the crow finds one of these German Marie will be 1 't'1t,. Whirling Spray '
'. it was believed that "Of course; and I'm a trifle careless. paper caps he thinks himself in great I responsible for debt. eon. I t 7Lenew9gr.ttt."W.. la"wa I '
KODOL relieves' an overworked traded by the crew of sold ve.el.CCHROEIIER.. / and ewhua. Ilea-ran ,
6: ,: ""f the valley. Ins wife -_- stomach of all nervous Now, please see if this sentence is correct luck until he attempts to peck at the I \ tit-51'a4 Cunren'eul '
,'. knew no wore of his strain, gives to the heart a full free : 'Hereafter you will be absent tempting, grain when to his astonishment W. B. Key Consignee er & ('o, Captain bMy Illkwr.hu4n.a ,, 4 t:, .
,, tho-f who were hunt and untrammeled action nourishesthe from my displeasure.i he finds the cap attached to his j4i /H tnrmniMI fee dnrIN IMAK .ar' it is. yr a. '
: tter was left with the nervous system and feeds the "Ye-('s, !-ir." head-a regular fool's cap-which will ,.but KI.Mini. .. .i4DOothrr tat fl.lilStratXl t i'
mi alt:t duu a I brain. "You will also bo absent! on'account I not even allow him to tee what courseto Foley's Honey and Tar UWiV. lump.r4b4.It|IT(. y

I \ the Murphy murder !I KODOL Is the wonderful remedythat of my dNpleas-ure. take if he flies up. cures colds. prevents pneumonia lull- pnrllrul,. a'd. mAK6.Alr.rIMMIMaltuiuru .C0.. -',,AW.r.tl ;1,, '.
I However, be succeeds in reachingsome Room 820 Tlmnn Hldg. sew Yore
11't're quitting work, is making so many "Ye-es. sir. ,,
> tfinaiued !Itehiud and : sick people well and weak people ".\1\111/1':1\1"(, of my displeasure." coarse grass or bushes and after
" :j. uf owl near by, he beV i strong by giving to their bodies all of "Y(-t'';, fair. much bewildered scrambling and floi Try the NEWB Want Column. itUt1nH'SI; the Sfs/ /'r 5c.I .

<,. !r Muse pieces with his I the! nourishment tnat is contained in "()iiite riRlit. I'm glad that I have pin;; about pets his head out of this undesirable -

', I'S hia companions had the food they eat sullu-irnt command of language to cap and ever afterward r

the cage he suddenly Tout Dealer Cia Supply You. I, make you understand! me. The cashier avoids the field where there are more b'y:..'.'. -..iI. -.....P'I- ivTiIT/T1.'IT1l...-- ..Vr---- ..WVr.Wi- r41.T'h--.--- -'..-- ;..,....T:1-...,-..:..1' }:

.. 1 1",1 and hearing thc'' Buttes only. SI.00 Size holding! -' times will pay your your wnges. Hood; day.- of them. I''
i '. ::<. IJ l'k.'I'ut toward the I the trial sue,which sells for 50c. Xsw York Times
!'-, Milly! putting out his ; PREPARED OKLT ET CHILDREN POISONED. ; : Roberts & Dailey, 'ilt E

it moved more stealthily.1 E. C. DeWITT CO., CHICAGO r., us of rro"i>erlly. Many children are poisoned and ,. I
and again; to listen start- "Hit won't do tr feed some folks too made nervous and weak, if not kill : -DEALERS IN .d ,

sound in a dMint part of I fat" said P.ruthiT Dkkt, .. "You bee ed outright, by mothers giving them :

I 01.d, when assured, that there j jr i I i! da tmuloj under(' cough syrups containing o1lates.Foley's ; ljl' CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. :1
:i :11', moving "n again. At John Shet iardHargis' Pharmacy 1 "Yee" .
I II. I Honey and Tar H a safe and :
.. .'..; near the iiLtee, u sort of I Kidney Kanu. I ""'l'II, uh, MK weeks ago IIP wuz ezquiet certain remedy for cough, croup : : New Florida Syrup Fish Roe, Etc. ,!
; 'me i a man was workings j en reasonable ez a fuiural i>er- and lung trouble, and is tire only i .

'milt stole up behind hm.j 1 Blw a man ahead or me, skulking! i ccssum. Six liT niggers; ; could ride 'im prominent cough medicine that con 1(I:); FRESH SUPPLY OF ;f fRALSTON'S :" ;
IHl'k! and! seas ulHiut to bring at once, ui w'en I ;gin Mm six ears ercdn tains noopiatesorothsrpoisons.: W. I 'ILj
ulon-j though beat on someillainy.
.. on the skull of the \Ictilii\ I 1 kept as back! following him to whereMurphy 'I eu a bundle , Mci.ly hand grasped the pick :
a him grateful ez a nigg.r; ; what des outrun a I
wai't'1'kin::, saw OF ALL KINDS. '
' itd. At the moment a. I" .
: < same f Ilnll'hlll' party But I turned 'im looseen } .
raise his iiiek au l strike Murphy.
\ ,1: his heels is ; FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ;.
I fed 'im high, eu now : :
.., and
,, a moment I was paralyzed gaehim tJ !

:I' "\'.orkman turned the light in his time to rob the body. I then rushedferward done higher kkk.lIll'dan what en his du head mortgage: is, en dean he street.HARD : :1 ROBERTS & DAILY 11:1 :
Lut not before the murdererhad i iI r .1
i, : ..'alil!!: Hans Schmitt standing.s I lifted Murphy I and off 'im. 11 its my hones' opinion dat ef E ', : !
gone. 218-220 St. East of Union
moment Wright
,1'; upraised' pltk. A I that he was dead. It then occurred mules ain't folks dey ain't fur frum Depot !
, ', e man behind moving from tile saw hit." isaltiuiure Sun.A v Plum! c J.;<;. IVnsncola, Vla.dW '
t' I < cast by the would be mur- to me that if found there with __ __ __ _1 ;
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d.! : was also; recogulzed.l'o4'gel" the body 1 would be suspected of the ..._ .'t.._''._".."._' -.oA." '.'.'' ..., .'j..,, ",!. .. ._....., .

: exclaimed the work- murder especially as I could not Identity -I Cruel Stab. BRICK _
the real murderer so I got out. I "Yes. Miss Searensalough's! poodle H'I
What docs this mean I
L As : I died yesterday. It was awfully pa A WING
w'atclla'i I was leaving was seen by a man A LEG
I I"i ,il I not t>een on the T 1
been who was passing the place." thetic. She kissed it goodby. .

, '.' '. 'i' :.1111 you would have The superintendent looked dazed. "Kissed It, eh? Well-cr-was that AND A CUTTING OFF i, .
t "My good;; matt" he raid! "how long before or after the doctors had abandoned l'
I ",,'lIill:: his hold on his ;
: since you began to work here?" I hope?"Baltimore ='1'1\11. ON HAND 1, THE BREAST OF A NICE
but AL\VAYS'
I : .' i I. .,,\c I"'t: away, "
Since the after the murder I
.. \\'al ,t.llIoi".l day J
I : '."MI around the > Look Out for Feier.Billonsness TURKEY FROM = I Ir
"Take him said the superintendent. '
,. x ... ( his :irms.I' away and liver disorder tar '.' .
" "lIc's0111' daft.) i ,
ii.\! dr.i\ :.::.:ed! him to I ;; this season may be prevented by }
I <);ie moment' continue! Foegel. "I i cleansing the system, with DeWitt's HALF I '
tllsig.I : i han been watching many men. in- Little Early Risers. These famous . f K1V.\ \IVATERS & CO. '

; Mi' ,. 1..1.\,'i'11 tinting Hans Si-hmltt. and tolaywbrn little pills' do not gripe. They move : .
i i.
: th" men iuit v.oik I: and he did not go the bowels gently but copiously, and -TO-
I ; t. ;,"'nI\1o-1'.1o'1I' of the tonic properties For Your CHRISTMAS DINNER. Call,, drop 119 a lineortelephonen9' 4.
,' 1''d.\ -a,1, l w'':Ii tin-in I believed lu was bent onni.'liief. by reason
11 I stra\el behind, followedi'lin give tone and i'trfngth to the gland and your wants will be promptly attended to.
;. ,p. '" ; !in.tt Hans S.'hiiuttiliel Hargi Pharmacy, John Sheppard, t I
\'II! I I' I .: in-. I \;a. dit'inl. : tier.!'! "and this time prevented a mur- II aiduay Kahn. i ONE MILLIONGet R. W. WATERS & CO., I

..I \11.1 v.t':l. sine i Sil.iihlt; rapt! I ,
III'' h'I! !Il I'! I. :,!mil! 1.1-J'd ills pick Uw 'Hut the Murphy: ca,,e""After SEND YOUR ORDERS ."IS South I'alafov St reef, (New Sheppard KiiiMinjf., ) 1

.' In, 1'i.itil hi 1 1 IiI." Murphy was murdered I went
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We have the Choicest Cuts of Western and home Meat, also Thicken; \ .
"!"In' did .Hii !riiu u to lie there" t.1 my hOI,'\ shaved off my red board, i Our Prices Before and All Vegetables. 'lYIrjiliom* No. li mi. i'

;1-h"l: r'1" :|i''' illh'wl'lIt of F'M'I'1. i changed; my hair to black: with some to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or ii iJ

"n l |f i I if I t. il my sti/rj.1 -n.l t F'.-!::el. : hair dye 1 b( longing to my wife and put electrical work. Repair work a !

"I \I ".'.''o! I '... t III Have Krlmi'tt's r!i) on old clothes that I hadn't worn fora specialty. Purchasing.Capacity .
N.91 ,I'.1I jiear. I then came to you and engng ---- -- HALL & KLEIN

I ,,">, n"ident! ordered the <>d to work under the assumed I o-a. TO ni: :A.liie 1

s, "' !, 1 I': "mid! ai a fen minutes the \1111of Carl roegel." Beare the ; Kind Y8I1 Have Always 3agiJBJgnaten

,I !ii,. 'jf,1\I'Itll oiue money "You are"- ,I, .4-.I--- 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.
'\ ,I ii r I i .u had, belonged: to the "Jim (Ju:1;: n." : fI 50,000 Daily.
t',, .* i ""''('II. upon my word:" exclaimed
,,,,' i ,i: -.1 nil l the kUH>riiitend- i the astonished superintendent' "Why h Staple and Family GroceriesSelect

; I \ i- man was not dd; you run away?" I, 1 AUNCH i iI 'I
I I. I ". ?: Murphy. Jim Im- I "To prevent being hanged for n murder :-.JL Brick
I did not commit. I returned to f ]ReKillan| Go Meats Vegetables Etc. in Tins. ,
t' : )I- J. .1!:11 I |iro\dl iliat In1 i ,
I 1\ 'front[ ,,. a 11':1);" I the mine to discover the murderer and I ,, ;',"''r.i'ti.-,; ......01:... I Ii

I 1\ ';, 1.V .... -l.ll\; ..' d. I there bo is." Pine Barren, Fla. Poultry, Eggs and Country Produce. ,

There was rejoicing that night at the i -

r, |in>"''; murder cabin of .Tim Fiugan when he returnedto i -, -- -:> .-. CHARTER Telephone No. 358. I .

I !:ny:; win'n Isoma his wife and dlihrl'n'in icatl'd by I ,qIi ipt CURE YeePSEFCCRF.S I i I ij

," Trater.A tia own wt! and daring I The Elegantly Equipped di.r.b.rl PentgGforuonatur5iI.itoSdon. ; ..IDII.Dlw.tlOUol: ..
SA!:.\lI EARL TWEED. I ayw,.,, irritation or ulceration ,
Launch CUPID
: Naptha .t l..lnet.t4 of mucons Biemtirane : .
Pwre.u loOt.ow, J'amlees, and nut abtmi LiquorsFOR
A mSYSTEM.\( I, J-'hlnlf 16' niamp.Tum III with Parlor Car Fittings, a ITHEEVAJSCHEM.CnCfl. gent ot POWDOM.
Bold by DrnnUU.
(after a yetir's S\'nee-ny) the for a trip on the buy or for I CINCINNATI,9.L&1.oreentiiiplalawrapper, .
I way, old man ale you still engaged/ to I br eiprMO, prepaid for -
11 .' ;: i 'Iikw'eakthewhole \! a cruise.Accommodations. y I tl.00. or 3 bottle. X75.'r .
"', .' .. I Mi i s Ne'y5JackNO. Circular feiit on rcaiyl
Ii \v ak also because I
I The engagement: is off. i for 40 - -

," ,; --'i'Jiach< w"jknes we receiveR you Tom-,Why, how's that? passengers- WEEKLY SCIIEDU Ever.bodY' ,
.IT.; I .T:1'I-Tlw minister! I is to blame. He
-1* ( ''i' I 'Ai 'HE. IXDIUFSTIOX: : ; married us six months ago.; -Chicago : j
'N- Landing-Pine street. KLECTlllCTKHMWAiUAILWAY -AT THE-
i II. I I I
I 'I" ':--rTnIfl('IIIII'IIIUt""OU(Uethanlln-rau- I The unarmed Hero. : CAPT. STEARNS, COMPANY, Reliable Barrel House l 1.
t. p' I Trftlni leave PenaacoU for the Littl Kentucky
Hittf-r'.s. IT Master.
rosi- I He home from the Philippines)-Itseems i Rayon Big Bayou, W rrngtoaN T7 Yen ,
TRY A BOTTLE andHOSTETTER'S -- and Fort Barrancas at5:30a.m.arrlteatFort
to me. May, you're not very glad
to see me back. Barrancai T:13 aD

I She-( th, yes I :am but if you had 10:00 Joo p a..m.m.arrive arrive at at Fort Fort Barranoai Barrancas I0tss l aO pn a.o S. A. Friedman / VJ

,, only got j ours,* I' Ioh"tlr something I GUMBO SUPPER 8:80 p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancai .:It p II
would have lien si. proud of you.- 'SOOp.m.arrlveatFort:16p.. m. arrive at Fort Barrancaa Barrancaj 8:4ip.nTrains f'XJ liD ,

STOMACH BITTERSBiliousness Philadelphia! Pres -A'tII I at7:15a.in. leave Fort Bartansai 1'81111cola SOLE PROPRIETOR. '

Found lit Last.Od. .D7NcE.: .. arrive at Pensacola ,_. taxi n.11 '
Iluop. m. arrive at Pec8aeolall:45po I am now receiving the Largest and moat excellent: assortment of f'
?:W p.m. arrive at PenBaoola___ litip.E
-KV THE- ,, 5UOl m arrive at Feasacola ___ 6:44 p a Wines Liquors Brandies and Gins '
t 7iO p. m.arrive at PeoaaooU l.il p.
CATHOLIC KNICHTS OF AMERICA I '845: uataraayionlrFARE p, m.arrive at Penaaoola t:80 e.r OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.

Also the Finest and Largest Line of Case Mottled Good
ATTIIiniJ HAM. I Attention Given to Mail Orders. I'
Peniaoolato Fort Barranoai and retort tilt Special ;I ;
ItlIhha u.u January 14. honest best and lowest Be to
n perfect. C'ouMn't do Wednesday Night, to Palmetto Reach aDd reiorn Ik50SDAT I guarantee measure qoality prices. sure
,j.etlll1"m torsoinetiDielousness I! send your Chrjstuiaa+ orders tit 9
r and amnowcom- HOT COFFEE CAKES, ETC., ; IOHBDCDC.W&ea .
mit'nd thfni. to every One.C i weather permits tbe running c
: never be without them 111 Will also be Served.ADMISSION. I I open coacbei.Leavi S. A. FRIEDMAN
)w. A. MARX, Albany N. Y. t : Peaiaoola. Lv Fort Barranaai ,
: 9 ". m. 10 a. m. 331 South Palafox Street, P. 0. Boir.418, PEN ACOLA, FLORIDA.
CANDY I i I I U a. m. II m.
CATHARTIC Gents 25c ; Ladies Free.I I I tp.m'Ip.m. I 'p.m.... 1

-: I p. m pm, t9 BROTHER
,-io'j, I p.m. I p... ,
I p.m. t p...

James-Say. I guess she t'inks she's lint to aad return art Barraneai.-_, Kurt_ Dealers in iii t
discovcreil perpetual motion. New Peniaoola to Palmetto Beach ure :::

P r' '''\11'\...akpn.Potent.or (;Taste rr.e Hie.Goort.1.e.SOc.Do ; York livening Journal.Deception.. I FRUITS ANDO D FECTIONER(R1 I No freight'nrn.__elved__ after 1:110._ mMB .._ lit \$ Choice Staple and Family Groceries, t SOar ;

.: CONSTIPATION. ... :\0 ,
... .. Goods HP Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate,
< flilr.m.11..1.1 ) T.rk. 3tt '-I have never yet deceived: my con- I! -AT- and Warranted to be the But the Market Atli>rd* and can be
HO'TO'B C .. and B'H-inlwil h. atldntewl'1KI1'uba4xnUabi .: Etltnents.! said tie statesman. i PENNYROYAL PILLS Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Oiveu n* During the y

"That's right! answered Farmer ': C. APOSTLE'S, H-*_y"v**L>*SSArF OHemaJ ..** On1- Sea.l.e.,*.t Lr r Holidays and will Deliver Free to any J'art of the City. .

"()ruto>,""' "We have always known ". 4c&&lot: cutruEier.'. eMcuslrla ...... .... ,
; PAR ER'S wlwt you were up t(). !but what were 14 East Guennrat>< i t St., 2'.th".rn.bes.T.le..lhe..lier"y. ...... ., .. ... .. .
J BALSAM PnC<'f'<'1' .to J. I-I. --
,.1 HAIR to di about I:?"Washington I fl.-b' II.... Bat el ,...1>1...... .. -.4.4.... p- -B'x326'
we Join
to r'tnmw amt bnnneLhe h !r.iBrinm : ; Restaurant Stan .........&. J. E. Dubu/sson & Bro. if'i
Cordova l'.rI..I.
,. :. I': < ; Fails Bestore Gray Z- ,... I I PHONE 66.
to ,
"fit : Ilul. I" <>'MTM RMlk)
....11 u lr to ". Vouthful Color. One car-load of Pineapples at n.7'I LI 1 r...itkirkmrr: t ari lrsl C*. Fnmily:: G-rocors. I'
""UT' r. column .. .......
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I acting; as -interpreter, left for FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH UNLT--

t Exact Proportions WEATHER ISBOISTEROUS South Florida points this morning.J. -

'. 'I A. Bryan, the Jolly representative -

i t oagWyaatiafacwryreealtslntheovenltmuatk For a Baking Powder produce thor, JEWS JOTESj{ today of on the business.Atlanta Journal, is here A MAN'SGUARANTEED$

t" flrst, te composed of the host materials, and
I ; {f s.r..auJ. all ingredients must be carefully Hon. Fred T. Myers of Tallahassee -

h' 'i 1 i blooded In their exact pro|..irtl.m*, "(jIJOU George Bruce, the Bagdad ship arrived last evening from Mobile ..
LUC'K EakiLj Powder is prapared I'jr the moat MORNING
t tti goiMUiUi formula and none but *u : ; aa stand the teat of a searching vheiutual analysis cambia and leaving for his borne on : .
I E. A. Washburu and wife of Chicago
.kS are ever lTUiitttl to eaU r into the cumj SAYS HIGH WINDS PREVAILED.To the 7 a. m. train today. Several -
'Jt ti .J coma of Ibis most famous bend of Baking tourists, arrived yesterday.M. of I
friends, who had been apprised
: Powder It'a unvarying high quality account* I I PATENT CORONA KID SHOE
1, XuroOOD LUCK'S Pondwjua Sail Miller of New Orleans, auditor i his visit, met him at the hotel last

. 1' glance at the weather for the Crescent News Co., is at the I evening and had a pleasant chat.
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n .I Richmond Va.&Lf sued by the local observer this morning -i Merchants.The He went to Mobile on legal business. o-FOR-o

ifi tlt jSfc, ........................ makes cold shivers run through dancing class conducted by I After the grip, pneumonia. or .
;* one's body. It is possibly the cold- I the Misses j Griffin will hold a sessionat typhoid fever, take Hood's Sarsapii- $ 3.Oo

I .1 est day of the winter, and the worstof the usual place to-night. All are rilla-it restores health !and strengthMAME.

& : I SOCIAL ECHOES i it is the predictions are for increasing cordially invited.

cold. The railroad company is workingbig If the Vamp of the Shoes break through before

l;! .......................... gangs of men on each dock,
t'fl The storm of Saturday has moved
j Miss Julia Lee gracefully entertained I' making tracks in good condition. i the first outersoles wear through, we
northeastward to Maine and has
l j4 a few of her friends Saturday handle the increasing traffic.
Walker, the of caused heavy precipitation from the ARRIVED. t will give you another PAIR WITHOUT
.!; / i'. oveningMiss guest The mail train from the north ar-
: :i Mrs. T. V. Hannah Miss Provosty, Knit to the lakes. High winds continue Br Manchester Corporation, 35y; ), i
v-Jf! rived two hours behind time this Heath fampieo to Gait transit Colit ANY COST TO THE PURCHASER & &
ti the guest of Mi s Mildred Kessler; this morning on the Atlantic morning. Yesterday afternoon's ship Kings County ''Ml !:Halter Rio

;;. Miss Wittich, Miss Kessler, and Mr. I coast, and at the hour of report a velocity o'clock train arrived nearly two Janeiro bk to MunterS ord..rSor "
I!t1 Turner, )[r. Callen, of Kelma; Mr. ,, hours off. to order 3
Waxbolt. Chris-
Nor bk Morpesia,1353
s. of 60 miles was reported at I IBuffalo
'I' McLiiiB'hlin: ; Mr. P. H. Wbaley and i tiana to PCnsocnla Lumber
1ft;}, 1. Mr. \V. D. Howe were the guests : and New York, and 40 mile : C. A. Marlin and wife of Des Troon For to bk order Heorik lUaea bin, Salvereea, STYLES.MEYER

,tl '.; who ecpyed a mot delightful even'tiIrc' 'Il at Oswego. Pensacola's highest: ve- I Moines, la., arrived Sunday. They .
remained at the Merchants until .SAILED.
l { fug.i'tr i locity as 28! mile i Am scb Benj C Frith.7M. Keen for Philadelphia ....... ......... -
!: this morning when they left for
1 Mis Edna Avery entertains in I Temperatures below zero prevail )! points in South Florida. Nor chip Wilkommen 1415 Freeze tor

'ff honor IIf Miss i Marks and Miss from northern Missouri northward, HamburgB. SHOE CO.
tt' F. E. Brawner, the popular Palafox ,
t. Hpottswood on Wednesday: afternoon ]! Freezing
l and from Wyoming to street merchant, has returned from
i from 4 to 6 o'clock. I
:i''!.- ''1.' I IIt i weather is indicated ,for Peu_a. i Gastleberry, Ala.: where he spent a H. FAIRCHILD, Feet Furnishers! for l'a..h Only.

The Married People1 Euchre : few days with relatives.\ Castleberrywas
'" : Young cola to-night, and water pipes I UPEXOLSTERER: I 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
'; x Club met Saturday evening Mr. Brawner's old home. ,
f ; plants, etc., should be protected. : 38 EAST ROMANA STREET.
with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. nee!e.
{ t i will be Naval men who arrived last evening -
I The minimum
: temperature I =aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialt.
+a Twelve gaests: enjoyed the gimeI I). C.
I from Washington, wereV.S.Nelon DR. H. MOCK
with the members of the club. They i about 21 degrees, which is eight degrees ,. J.
and T. B. Bylander, ,
ff'J1r;,,t were Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. mount, I; below the freezing point. who registered at the Escambia. la.ono 403.
l't: Miss Mark, Miss Wright, Miss I ---- ,
ECZEMA: NO CURE, NO PAY. This morning they went to the navy
: Chipley, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hyer,
. fif Your druggist will refund your money If yard. R. K. WHITE,
ti )Ir. and Mrs. C. H. Di .hman, Mr. : .. m
PAZO OINTMENT fall to cure Ringworm
:Major G. N. Whistler is at the Es- Watchmaker Jeweler
t. and Mrs. L. 8. Brown and Mr.Ewing !I Tatter,Old Clceri: and Bores. Pimples and Manufacturing
cambia. He is here looking after
ilV R Reese. The club members present Blackheads on the lace, and all skin dies and Graduate Optician,
H"jt.j. were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. a>e*. 60 cents.ATTENTION the installation of range finders,sub 28% Palafox Street, % Old Armory Building,
MCGaUghY'1 I marine cables and other connections 1 1 Seitk Palaloz St., Pe.ueolsTii
tl:1' .J Mr. and Mrs. W. B. ;
WATER CONSUMERS! i iI between the forts at the harbor en-
.!J. and Mrs I. H. Aiken, Mr. and: .
.. NEITHER the captain.owners
\:, f.; g'.t'{ R. A. Hyer, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. I The weather bureau advises nor consignees of the Kr eg
I\ Turner and Mr. and Mrs. J.8. Reese. Attending physicians today gave Manchester Corporation will TLA.
1f ; freezing weather to- be responsible for debts contracted
j. The party filled four table, playing ,I out that the threatened loss of eyesight by be orewof Maid vessel. -

aR"rnit. six-handed euchre. Mrs. McGaughy I It : night. Consumers are requested of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ingram'slittle Gull Transit Co., PHILIP I.kIEATII.Captain.

t ;t.. and Mrs. L. S. Brown cut for the to shut off their' son had been successfully Consignees. 1-MU Sm 11.[ G. Milva & r fc
first prize, a lovely vase, which is ,, water. averted, and the little one would !

tl t. prized now by Mr*. McOaughy: as a Pensacola Water Co. soon be all right. I Manufacturers and o, .

'}lh'... mark of her skill auJ good luck. The newly erected electric storm I 1 1,

t ,! The gentleman's prize. a fountain signals were displayed from the '
1 Sash Doors Blinds
t\ :- pen, was won by Mr I H. Aiken. ; Pensacola Weather Bureau Saturday SMOFE \ r'

t A (" Mr. C. H. Turner captured the and last night, and the glaringred 'y Shingles,

booby prz: ,a jick-in-the-box. This FIRE TO-DAY information: signal was: plainly I

b3f c I'tiio. which! meets with )Ir.;;. C. H. "eeu many miles in the gulf. The

j ; T:.ru.r next Saturday evening, will -- improved service is greatly appreciated Builders' Materials,

\I\\c'. T.ft) '.'- uif; ,.:'if-tof Mr. and Mr*. W. K. :, At 12:10 o'clock today the mail by shipping men. (BONK sou ) Brick and Lime.
i iorfi. I -
'r!: : .:-. ilyeronThursJayeveuingJanuary1Tth. i chool house on Belmont street near A meeting of \\'. T. Sherman Pot
.{' .
", I. .l.. : Barcelona: caught fire from a bad No. 21, G. A. U will be held at Bui- I Toloplrniio No. 11.,

:j!t' The fifth german of the Season will stove pipe and the fire gained considerable 'i lard, Eat: Intendencia street, tomorrow c\IGRJASee
afternoon at o'clock.. Com
. 'ii be danced tomorrow eveuing.The I :
headway before the trucks j
ie. I j i I rades ae urged to be present, as BRAWNER'SCLEARilCE
;1 .: I. vestry and congregation of i I arrived. The children were much ;,i business of importance is to be trans-
Iz J i'' ht. Katheriue's church are much |, concened over their books but the !I acted. J. C. Pettersen, past com-

if gratified over the acceptance of a'r2" .
mander; J. Caswell, commander.Two
work the of ,
quick on part persons: at that Each Cigar is
: call to that church by the Rev. Dr. ,

.!!:.r1t1 : Horatio. Pell! Hodson. Dr. Hod- the scene prevented any damage to i were visitors Robert of Boyle note of here Kentuckyand yesterday Stamped.FRANKS SALE

;;J. son I is from Union Towu, New JertrJ.4 school property. Miss Maud Suter
; Ven Tautenholm of Honolulu,
I sey, where he has: been rector for aji.utnbtr taught the school. : REILLY
Hawaiian Islands. The latter is ,

s; t il ; of year of Grace church I! The building was: badly damaged, said to he a wealthy man and is in SOLE AGENT

f!ti' ,' and mo;: successful in his work and the slimes having been fanned by'' Florida for the purpose of investingsome u __ ..BEFORE TAKING STOCK...
tn lovtd his ati.tl who
r s : by con;re ; of his loose change. He and
\vti\ him with much regret ht.Kitheiine's the brisk north wind which pre- lie &cstor I II
--f, up 5c.
f'\ I his American companion, who H adqin's, 7S Boys' Double-Breasted 2 5-1 inch Heavy Ladies'i m
I pieces I
i 1 is to be congratulated ,: vailed. An alum was turned in
;1 "uit., all wool, worth $3, special sale Colas regular $1 yard, tt) .
li I DiY : ',.>on having secured the mini+tra- I from box 34.KNIGHTS. i !1 fl.SW uit. '
i ____ fnlljine of i; yard.
i tin tor thi scholarly Christian Remember we carry a .
fr It gentleman succeed their former $ TO-MORROW ra-t I Boy;,' Pant, from 3 to 16 age, at'i' Five Pieces Black Shai A ra: I-
: OF PYTHIAS. price to suit everybody.Look inch Dress Good la't- "UI. af
J beloved rector. Rev. J. K. Bicknell.j I
h at our :Show Wii.dow for I yard, this i'aleh'\ yard
j r The call wa- tendered him by the Pensacola; Lodge No. 3, K. of P., I prices! on Ladies' Underwear.We 38 piece Fancy On-s- til. '- w ,

.tt it' vestry tof St. Katherine'* church regular mettin?, Monday, Jan. 12th, ...WILL BE... carry a swell )lin* of Ladies' and tlllk, regular il 1 yard, \ .I HM
, l\ through the bi-h"p of the diocese. at j:::31) o'clock. A full attendance i Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so i tic yard.
. everybody wear one. '
t fif' -- specially requested. Very Importint : Three piece Allwol I t:1ck!:: 1I.t.:
Rf Folden\ and wife, who have 1 70 doz Men's Heavy French Necki '
id v. D.A-Y Ji i .aid is
t t business. LOT Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; rietta. silk warp regular :
been ia l'en.acoh for some time,
sale b3c; yard.
;i Members of sister lodges and veiling drawers to match. ,
t l! will liju\'e shortly for Norway. OuThursday brethren cordially invited to I 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Un- 30 piece" 30-ineh All-wu'd. fall ',
night an eutertaiament: MCMILLAN ADDITION.- I idershirts, worth 50c, special 35e; I colors, regular Sic yard ," -ie25c
i y attend. JAS. A. LYLE C. C. : $- <& ; rd.
in their honor. Rev. ( drawers to match. I va
fit: will be given Ii j HENRY HitcsLER K. R. S. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts *'"Ju-t Received a F'. 1.:18
ihl"t If I Folden has been the efficient pastor i I ,I PUBLIC WEDDING ,.< ..\t.t BAND CONCERT! i i worth $1, special 75c; drawers \VaietingsregularZicyard. n .' -as.

;/ r' of the Scandinavian! church. i I 1 NOTICE. I HIGH WIRE AND TRAPEZE PERFORMANCES! '''to match. 15e yard.
IU''' *
i 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear : '

' :* i: ': le?.rs. Thomas: Leon and Sam I FREE LOT! FREE CARRIAGES! TWO BALLOON ASCENSIONS! I]I Hair Undershirts, worth tl.bo. spec- Day Skirts, worth |1.60, spec; ai '-a

1 ; i Ingram, Mrs. Jane Ingram and I Heverle.y I !jialJl; drawers to match, in White, !98c each.
The Rev. Dr. E. Warner, Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies'; Ready-to-Wear Rii, T-
1 Band Concert Corner Palafox and Government Streets j
tf"-L t if isses Ola and Belle Ingram of )lil. ,
i Rector of Trinity church, New Orleans We have about 3 doz. Men's Day Skirts, guaranteed all 11' -
I 1 f, ton spent Sunday with the family of the famous ,: 8:30: to 9:30.: i I Shirts and Drawers worth $3; special worth M, special! sale $2.18 eat. ,
tF' Officer John In?ram, at the latterV! t-'hake'perean to close $1.20 each. I II 60 Ladies'! Black and I aed
.I Jackson The scholar and lecturer, will deliver an Advertised. doz. Boy's and GlrU' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth $!.& -r sal'
hotye:17 Kit street. j j Everything as I Iand I
t address Pemacola, on Wednesday! Fleeced Lined Undershirts at eale 9Ne each.
{ r r party returned to Milton ou the lli>) ;i evening, the lath of this month at S 25c; drawers to match. i I I 37 Ladies' Black Tailored at d Fur-:
i' i' ; train last night. ; 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and 1 ured Kkirta, worth |2 50 to Jot 5p-..A
j' o'clock under the of the :G. W. & COrniTG. W. & CO"
] ,
,)1 ----- I auspices; : su Red All Wool Undershirts at foe; i! gala $l.tt to $I 98 each.l .
! Clerk + M. McMillan Parish Guild of Christ church, for ,"-
l''I. County Angu ] 11t ( drawers to match. l R-Jttdy-to-Wear Jacket IT pr
made an important trip to Tallahas- '': the benefit of the church building CO. ,i I! We carry a full line of Ladies':: i 'I.49 to $8 each. You will >jn
l: 1t See several days since. I i i'I fund. r' GREEN WATSON & I i Men' and Boy's and Girls' Shoes [ money by looking at ours be,''re
u )t ] that we can save yon 25c on. i buying.
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', i i I Ifit' This lecture will be given at the j' //I I i Rf'member-We carry a fall line 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, afi-')
Thos. J. Watts of Cbipley arrived i Public Library hall on East Chase ( i of Men's Clothing: Bought at foe on to So: worth nearly double.

; last night. lie went to Cottage Hill !I:i street between Palafox and Tarra- FOR TEN DAYS .s. .. \, dollar. We will close them out at 1, 49Boys' Double-Brea'tp -. .ee
, this afternoon. justs price off other merchants. snit.'wortb f 1.50, special 'j>c" it
Ji 'r'I' gona streets, and his subject will be, 0U c;:I t I -

1L, '; "Sbylock from a New Point of We will give Twenty-Five per. --
' THE WEATHER TO-DAY. i View." I !I Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you look

I All invited to attend. Adinis- ct a cent discount on all Worsted ,< Remember
! !- t j I are ,, at Ours. the Place,
sion 60 cent GJlw Dress Goods and Suitings
FORECAST-Fair and cold to- g ; %I
l>>cti. i :
y E. BRAWNER.it .
I io5 S. Palafox St.
ji C, B\tit Tued y. Tonight temperature Mill I black and colors only.

t, ,. \101 about 21 degrees; light north wltKtl !1 I I FOR LUMBER | : --

(.i't I' -in Last 24 Hour, VMaiimum I I I Call on BEEKMAN LUMBER !, {{ JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE c

Temperature_ .. -______lIde.reelI CO. for estimates before placing ;: mttf Wij MI r SHOPSI r
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I 'I" !l.lnlmum.-.----. --_._".: your orders-for-.-lumber.- ---dl6-lm OKEflBROIDERIES fj ,' ,

I Temperature : J. I. STEVENS, (

I-i t xla )\11I. o I 803.805 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
Atenta--.... ..._._. t:! fH THE PALATOX STREET JEWELKIl.

I Cl1hajlO.Bsmarck.-r.-S.__....__._.-11.Uti -2 I'. Dealer in Diamonds, Sterling Silver o Our Exclusive Designs, Dainty and Plump. Valves, Mi and EienttiiE ii flux Line Kept t Con st21Q! en Eat
Clnelnnatl..__..-0 ti A
Ualviton___._31 5f Jewelry, Watches, Enameled j jI "Work-Reasonable Prices.
Cloth to match them. Prompt '
We have the
+ plain
Huron__.._. II 7U\I Goods, Toilet Articles, Canes, Umr HUGHES [ n.
Jacl.onvllle.--4l ( I thWt
KanfiniUtyKy ____ 0 It r brellas, Rings, Bracelets, Etc., 8 .:?A at +t PHONE 123-292. 11,1I 1
Wen____72 ;'1 I -
MemphisXotUe ._____ H :11 Clocks, Opera Glasses.We I You can Save Money and be highly cj

Montgomery o__ ____!IU Ii 64nO are offering for the Christmas I pleased by visiting our Muslin Under- *
Orleans._..._' 81 62 & CO.
JUow York.______&: 4< holidays bargains in Diamonds, and I wear Counter. r AGREENHUT
Ravennab--__._.::l 64It line to select ,
are showing a large ><
Bb. Louis _________ _10 : j, j !
from. We have everything suitable :

A Guaranteed Care tor Piles. for Christmas or wedding presents,I : GREEN WATSON & CO. >:, ....WHOLESALE GROCFI

I:cblni. Blind, needing or Protruding and will take pleasure in showing ,
PI:;<.. Tour druggist will r fuo_ your 'fi i I I
felL .
,ocr goods. _
you nioa, yll 50 cents.1'AZO OINTMENT fails to cure I 120 S. PALAFOX. I ';"; G j> W & CO"jQfjOtG. W. &. cow'- s..'." Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St, PENSACOL


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