The daily news
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 Material Information
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 31, 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: UF00075893:00316
 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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PASTOR WHO WAS BEFRIENDED I HON. EAOANEXPIRED its and posessing gentlemanly instincts THE OLD RELIABLE: .1' .il

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I II II Presbyterian church tomorrow after- i t ; i iU : )
( 'v'V IIiIIIt Having: Ben Able tJ Sit Up for noon at 3:30 o'clock. The cortege; I: -' .. tl.

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l! II 1111 iill I !I I Ili' Avery. Wm. A. Blount and Wm. Absolutely Pure'THERE !: .' .'. :

:, IIII I; Ih I I' Iiiil1IiI Fisher; Mayor C. Moreno Jones, U. IS NO SUBSTITUTE ,:" 't

'llll 5. Marshal Tho!!. F. McGourin, and ii'!,;t. 1'1 I
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lU,} II III Catarrh is Found Everywhere. The county commissioners will / i 0 \4' 1 .

I i a sbA Catarrh is at home anywhere and meet this afternoon to examine and .14r., ;I ;. I'j .

.t everywhere. While more commonin approve the bond of J. A. Kirkpat- .1

7$ cold, changeable climates, it is rick, the recently appointed clerk of ,::1. { II

by no means confined to them, but is I 11f I .
the county criminal court. t i
+m a prevalent in every state and terri- .

tory in the union. The Secret of L'ing Life 4 ;: 1 q..ij'

i' .;,,, i, 1" I'it The common definItion catarrhis : Consists in keeping all the main*; I\ ,.t''.,. F -. q

it I !I h4.ill! I II Illllll'ill'' i Ii 11Ey a chronic cold in the head, which organ!: of the body iu healthy, regular I'j! : I. j
ll I IL STUBFSY if long neglected often destroys the action, and in quickly destroying J "' ,. :

sense of smell and hearing; but ): deadly disease gHrrrs. Electric tf.! !
Hitters! regulate Stonnch. Liverand j
there are many other forms of the Kidneys purify the blood, and give i.{'0'0 '{

l' ':. ;T -:fult'nvollof Elkhorn, Wis., Is pastor of Iho Evzngclic.il Lutheran disease: even more obstinate: and i splendid appetite. They work f : 'I!j

> ,I' h of that place. Her. .Stubcuvoll is the po ';e-sx-r of two bibles dangerous. wonders in curing; Kidney Troubles, t t,! r,;t

.. 'I'y Kinperor William of Germany. Upon the fly: loaf of one of Catarrh: of the throat: and Lrou- Female Complaints: Nervous Diseases ;' 1', ;" 1

.. \ > has written in his Constipation, Dyspepsia and t ;
: n r own handwriting:: a text. chial tubes as well as catarrh of the Malaria. Vigorous health and 9 r I
: T, in a recent letter to Tho 1'eruna Medicine Co. of Coluiai .
: > stomach and liver are almost as strength always follow their use. !,r >
": min:; their famous catarrh: remedy, Porana: : W. A. -:
? common as nasal catarrh: hud generally Only bOo, guaranteed by ti .

Th? Pr.,.ia ::i.aiJne Co., Columbus, Ohio.GUJi more difficult to cure. D'Alemberte, druggist, 121 Knuth':a'..I ,,+.;
Palafox street. .... .J
; .Mcn: / had hemorrhages of the lungs for a Ions time, Catarrh is undoubtedly a blood -- ;' ... ...<.
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and all tL ,paired rf me. / took Peruna and ties cured. It gave me disease and can only be successfully The finest line ot umbrella in the 9.. :

strt'ngh and course, and made healthy, pure blood. It increasedmy eradicated by an internal treatment. city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look i" Cat 1'1

weight, guemc a healthy color, and I feel well. It is the best Sprays, washes and powders are useless them. i '.',' .',: '.

medicine in the otll. If everyone kept Peruna in the house it ; as far as reaching the real seat f :
woulJsavenanyfrom death every year."..H. STUBENVOLL. of the disease is concerned.Dr. ( ; .1

McIverney advises catarrh Everything is in readiness for the ;
Tlimi-amK ,, ,;. If do not derive and satIsfactory
Too : navttarrhwhol: I you prompt Hon. John E.igan: di would K urj''"]'' a t' :nitwit, locauseithaslK.i results from the use of 1'eruna, 1
< .';:'- !l -iMin-v'hir name than write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a yesterday at 5 p. in at his hi.ine 3M ,I'' i-cmediatply thereafter, term I- sold by druggists, called Stuart's: gIven at the opera house next Tuesday "' *

atnrrh. T'I! f ?M a e'I! .rrli i-s catarrh full statement of your capo and ho will North Spring street. Piruly-n: of nttiug, flaillj-, in conveying the Catarrh Tablets, because actual analysis night. No pains nor expense : : .,

vhrcvr 1," .1.' ':; ami i another fact h lw pleased to give you his valuablo ad. soul d the great and good man to its I has shown these tablets to has been spared to make the enter- 1 I
who h'-of!! ?p.'v:' --. it importanceis vice gratis. the heart was thought to have been contain certain anti-septic qualities tainment a perfect eucces .,. .\

that IVrjni curc:; catarrh \\hcre\er Address Dr. ITartiraa, President oj the immediate cause oi his Ue tth. \Iakfr, and eauiug more sorrow in of the highest value and being an Besides: the jkule" work the Bar I .''.1'

-ca"J.'lll The llartmau Sanitarium, Columbus O.l The news was spread: in the cry Pens icola than: hail the death of any internal remedy, pleasant to the rancas orchestra has promised to : :\\1. ,'.

ci'izau lummy montn taste, convenient and harmless, can furnish the music which will be "
rapidly a moment after the grim | : '
;r SPORTING: WORLD I >oc riynu. Philadelphia Jack" O'Bri- had wielded hN unerrin; I Mr. E-l.1u is survived by a wife be used as freely as; required, as well greatly enjoyed by the audience, as : I.It i c' 1

en and several others.Munreio reaper for children as for adults. this is the first appearance of this : .t.: .
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is i a bin good natures fellow scythe at the! Eigan home, and it and sIx children. His '
'Irnroe ul harm I An attorney and public speaker, famous: organization in this city. I i f. .J'
to" t. .. ,, < h,... j' miner boxer ni. l i'o;>uLir among Hs frauds and allluailltalil' !- Hew from lip to lip of people m a:1 was Miss Nannie Wentworth. who bad been a catarrh sufferer for The public is advised to come ;! 4
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: .. ," ".'uhy; win national four word The name of his children are: Pat, says: early so as. not to miss seeing the
walks of life. The :, years
iudll'. weigh!? HC); pounds measures 0 !I- ,.
"-, ".i I 'ih(.;;fi"II Jim 43 inches' around the chest aril ::iaround "John Edgan is i dead," was "polel1 Mary Lamar, Pearl John Susie "Every fall I would catch a cold "boys and girls on the big road to +1: K
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would settle in head and skule. : ; I'
the waist; back from shoulder and Ddiuih, the Ivtter five months which my i'
; I i h t 'li'j'i' :h.Tkey the in a which indicated that the 0
.,' tops, 10 inches; reach with rhmhe-d way throat and hang on all winter long The programme is as follows: f. '., .i' 1
mentioned .
i 1-lit.:; r. old. The tint four by a .t.
L' list 27 Inl'lwiuppl'r; arm, 10 inches; speakers would rather u.s have uttered and every winter it seemed to get a PART I. :'1
sit tint! li<> can whIp
.- .. !i i.'; '"- lo work Us way forearu.13 huhe; calf IS inches lie them. former marriage. little worse. I was continually 1 Boys and Girls on Big Road to J"'i' :#
7',.. hat. a I jl, collar and a No. of the :
a member
,' i 1'.11 i 'vs IK a II"sUnH: wears John Eagan was a leader of U1tu.1 Mr. Eigan wa a clearing my throat and my voice became Skule. .: t-.;' ,

'. : '-'1':1.1J': $' dim a chum 10 shoe. Odd Fellows, Knights of Honor, effected to such an extent as 2 Takin' in Books. ',
Munroo Is modest "1 don't waiit: you He was born more than half a century r

.',, \\:11.:, ..j"' -ariis..v \. oil and to think! that I hate au lo.\ that 1 can ago at Elmira! :\. Y., and c.inie U'.odmeii of the World and Knightsof to interfere with my public speak 3 Primer Class Recites. 'l'i4 .

year \iLin .1err! t's, for I know I can't." sai.l lIe was a member of ing."I 4 Reading Class: Read; ..t r'
1 i" -' 'r. Pa., app'aimg' ii; to florid when he had attained his Pythias. tried troches and cheap cough :
he. 1 gave him a good fight and 5 Geography Class Recites. _
'"' -i\ \i' lie took church holding an qt'
arajro.; him for h the otlizs here of Col. P. the Presbyterian and sometimes got relief, but
know I could stand against majority. cures G Grammer Class Says:! Lesson. NI--;
t1! < :liiiipliclub! in >'anwot. :
four rounds more." important position on the board of only for a short time, until this Class f' :
,' : th.' lab nmati'ur Pickett Jones, he began the study of 7 Dictionary Spells. .
directors. He was also attorney for winter when I learned of the new PART 2, '. 1 I ':it
it e' :nashlp j"ollml'; .
; law, after having served as; circuit ;
Work on Shamrock The American National Bank and catarrh cure, Stuart's Catarrh Tab- 8 Playtime, Dinnerby Skule. ; : i !"l
Excellent progress is being made Insetting i clerk in Madison county, Fla., in lets, through a newspaper advertise! PART 3. r 4
III., dI-
the frames of Shamrock of that banking institution's
the new Upton challenger for theAmerica's 1382 he was admitted to the bir and one ment. Two fifty-cent boxes, whichI 9 Reception of Mrs. Honeymoon. ::" ;. I 1

'< in 1883 sought honors from the state rectors. bought at druggist's, cleated I '
eiip, and everything is now my 10 Reception of Skule Committee. 'f :

..!, 1 1l ready for running the lead keel. It is by standing for the attorney-j6n The death is mourned by hun- my head and throat in fine shape 11 Song by Skule inConcert. ;; 'I f:

J "i&&> that the Fame plan of bringing and various and to guard against a return of my .r" 'J
learned al's office. la Ife'JS he was named by dreds in this: city today, i 12 Speeches, Compositions, Songs 1 ; ':
". the mliKhlp frames down outside the trouble I box of the tab. i 'tJ s
1rtjLt of condolence have been old keep a and Instrumental music by Bkule. i ,..
i i In the case! President McKinley as Uuited messages "t". .
keel adopted .
of the
lead as hand and whenever I catcha -
: on 13 Committee's opinion of Skollara : .1;ril
i I '1'1(1/ Ii" of the Shamrock II., will be followed ; States district and was: re- transmitted to the bereaved ones. :'
...... ,"JIp ", attorney little cold I take a tablet or two Progress.'t ; s1;
I' 1.1, 'i, \ in the new challenger. William Fife Last night friends, associates and '" .
1 .,"if'w.: ", \" considers that ilmgmg lead ballast in appointed to that position by President and ward off any serious develop- 11 Auld Lang Syne. "i' '" i '1

..,( }. j r this fashion permits Roosevelt, in 1902, holding the relatives congregated at the house ments." Skule ma8ter...fr. Fred W. Marsh ;. ,
., L.: : t I side the frames In of the who had been Stuart's Catarrh Tablets deservesto Mrs. Honeysuckle...... ..... ...... f.I ; ', 'it
than when | and talked man
.. the of lighter frames of his .
time i
i ;. 'f. use same honorably at .......Mrs. tj. Storm McGaugbey ; '
i 4 and head the list as a household ; l''
'- the lead Is: bolted outside In the usual such a prominent figure in state 1, 1;
-5; In order to obviate the possi- sadden death. remedy, to check and break up C'OMMITTEEMEJf. ; : -
manner. city matters. As a lawyer he was : }: :
<-?--.-' )lr. Eigan: was unlike Mayor Jones, chairman Hon.C. -ir t r
bility of warping the steel frames by Early in January coughs and colds, because
without an equal; as a father he was Parkhill. Judge A. C. Blouut, 'it; :1":1"B'
; '. '#' the heat of a large amount of molten called to Washington on l gal business many other catarrh and cough cures Judge Jno. C. Avery. t ;1 i

ri I ', lead the ballast will be run In quantities and while in the capitol city tender; as a husband he was, devoted these tablets contain no opiate, cocaine Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Skule- ? f';" 9

; of about a ton daily. The quantity ; as a gentleman he was without or any injurious drug. takes up at 8. ; wi f,4
of lead to be used is larger than that of contracted a severe cold which - ;:" .

I.I i I.t: any previous challenger giving further forced him to return here. The cold blemish, and as a friend he was Heads Should Never Ache. The finest line of sterling silver !. .; ; t

; 7s proof that the new boat will have an and true and as trusted as a brother. Never endure this trouble. Use at goods; and silver novelties is to be t, .: .,
I exceptionally large displacementThe settled on his lungs finally pneu- His characer was uuasailable! his once the remedy that stopped it for found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to .I" ,(

monia set in. For a few days after Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Va. please all.OYSTERS. ,. !
one great virtue of Burnett'i reaching home Mr. Eagau battled li past an honor, his record unsullied, She writes: "Dr. Kind's New Life I '

Vanilla Extract ia purity. It is rea his future was bright and his deatha Pills wholly cured me of sick headaches AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine ; F' ..
with :death and apparently tri I bad suffered from for two
vanilla extract and nothing but vanilla blow to the community. To know Cure Headache, Constipation oysters! tqday. Try them. '
for be had convalesced to years.
extractAlways use Bur- umphed, John Eagan was not only to respect Biliousness. 25c. at W. A. Nio APOSTLE. i; I
nctt'8 ) such an extent that on yesterday D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 South 3 ; 'j I
him but love him. It speaks well TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY ,- "-
Palafox street.
morning he was able to sit up, the
Goldring's No. 3 saloon at the of Mr. Eagan to mention that Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet. I- ;
since its opening has first time since he had arrived from We are the only furniture Tile signature C9/gj jf.ni t Wvt on every 1. ;
JACK: MCSBOE.a Union depot, : when his death was made known to box, KC. 1.
"in: become noted as the place to find Washington. This was a matter of dealers in the city who car- '
prior -
to that time hc playt'tlI a crowd of children on the street Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot !
the Olympic and reliance football the best and purest brands of liquorsto universal joy in the city, for everybody ry a compute line of china the great kidney,liver .i j t

ti. and later with the famous min- be found in the city. You will knew and loved John Eagaa. yesterday some of them wept as and sideboards. We and bladder remedy, are beiug dis I ,' .; '
f:>' te.",, taken cases tributed here from house,free. Have
of Itutto. Two years ago he receive polite attention and be made though: a relative had been
f,3' .' '., athletics and again went to welcome. Shortly after 12 m., while quietly from them. He was a great favorite sell them fur cash or on you received one? 1

lit"fAr! in his room, a weakness payments. Marston $
.. sitting ones-he loved chil- easy Hot Rolls at 5 m. 10o-'
little ,
r '' with the p. ,
had won too amateur cham- 0. M. Pryor will sell you furniture 't!
him. Then his lungs beganto Quin a. .
seized f
r S::-I';i' he stepped Into the profesMon- cheaper than any other house in dren; and one friend last night spokeof doz., at Solomon *. ,

*:.rat -s long; enough to get whipped the city. suffer from being stopped up. He I him as "a great, over grown boy, /"PORTLAND CEMENT at

f': ll. .;; Griffin, and that took the was hurriedly placed in his bed and with the largest of hearts! the truestof I Foiey's Kidney Cure {2j>0 per barrel. A V. CLUBBS, .
!ht .1 of him. He then became the most buoyant of spir- nukes kidozys and bUd&t right Corner Bra and Garden Streets. :
t.o..er; : fvr other fighters.: .1nc14dng: 3 udgiu's, life $est for &c. two hours later, fell into a quiet i..

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I'I. I. Different From That leeD In

I.' .:,)._ _-4 +:,.. -V-v" / Any Other Country.
\. oJ J j. .J .. The Interior of a typical Irish cabin
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0' '. ( r. "" :u--=' -.I -.;::;;. Is a so'ry si;:bt. The hoer is of stone.
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I -,(. .'"r.' v .,._'.' uncovered except 'for a few rag mats.
I The furainrc: Is: of the poorest and
sometimes it is hcnwr.'.ntl': tables improvised
Crow Lou::,'!!. chairs; from barrels r1t

THE CHILDREN ENJOY .I tit? I and the beds more like stalls for
r cattle with their straw mattresses and for infants and Children.
Life out of doors and out of the games which they play: and the enjoyment .. ;:-<. bundle l of rags for clothing. A slow
which they receive and the eJorts which they make, comes the K dull fire of peat gives a cheerless Castoria is ft harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
greater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their '. warmth to the room. What few dishes Boric, Drops and Sooth''" Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
"tr when When laxative is needed the which is happiness grown. a remedy i there are belonging to the family are
Worms and
substance. It destroys allays Feverishne.c.
err given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs <;;'
on which it acts, should be such as physicians would sanction, because its < bacon driol cod and herbs hang from ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates tho

component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from "; },'. ':;': the ceiling. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural Sleep
every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents, .J,,' After a frugal; meal Pat will take his The Children's Panacea-The Mother's rrieiid.
well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, 1.\tI I evening promenade. It is between sup
t because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is- I\'';::' f..>. I per time and going to lad that the Irish The Kind You Have Always Bought

t Syrup of Figs-and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should '-::''k, ::::: "I I most enjoy themselves. An Irish twilight 1 Bears the Signature of
be used by fathers and mothers. :'r is different from any other; Indeed

1i Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and : :>:;<;..: it is without a rival. It seems as

tql naturally without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the :; 'T: if there the sun were loath to set cartIng -
r system effectually, without producing that constipated habit which results :;), !**/-/' its rays over the Emerald Isle many
'%t from the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations and against ..' -: hours after it had disappeared else

which the children should be so carefully! guarded. If you would have them '' 1 where. In that delicious moment just
to manhood and womanhood healthy and happy, do not give (!.: )" ..- I
r grow strong, .:; .: before it Ends its final resting place for
s'. them medicines when medicines are not needed and when nature needs .;./.... the night; it is most enchanting.; Overeverything In Use For Over 30 Years.

; j assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only the simple pleasant and >, ::::-.r'. is an unshakable spell of rwr eri.T.u. ea....r. TT .u.... ..atno. arts..err,.
gentle-Syrup of Figs. IK'ace and quiet and a warm glow casts
+t :, Its quality 5* due not only to the excellence of the combination of the into shadow unsightly objects and surrounds -
laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices but >Xv ; them with a mystic halo of

r also to our original method of manufacture and as you value the health of .-.I. golden light.; It radiates: into the heartsof w r .. : : B.
k :l; ; the little ones, do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous deal- :'. ... \ Ireland's huisblcst inhabitants, and t I COmPANY
s'k it ers sometimes offer to increase their profits. The genuine article may be 't. they sally forth rich; and poor alike, :
't ,- bought anywhere of all reliable druggists at fifty cents per bottle. Please : A" mingling; in a throng of living moving MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IK

to remember, the full name of the Company ..... ." humanity.

*". .....s...." r 7\ CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.is printed j" ..\ may} LUMBER LATHS

:' "":fN :---..' .i I ,.. the front of every pack '. ... t ,"- : London Theaters of Long Aco. .. ,
/1.A: .f'v: j age. In order to get itsbeneficial s< ,......r-rJ 1'I IS I A writer' in London Truth says that
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\ ,."r... {....."l ?,.... :.'.:, "..'". "' ...:''"..fit' effects it A is always Jf.\I \". (.'.!...,:U: ." ''.'". "";, \.0i'r .1.-,..... in the early! part of the eighteenth century SAWED CYPRESS SflINOHES. linDmi Q I=
>.; ":'. '" :.:: F" ; 1. necessary to buy r.( ',;:!.'." \.' A" .: ( ': -".'/"'.$'. the London theaters opened at G
r'. .. ", '. \ ,' '01' \ ,. "'; "_. !io'r. '' ..: PENSACOLA. FLA.
f.......::.:..). "';." : '.'. .:,..)!" ".:... ,,-.f.. the genuine only. ..:}..:: '1.2:::. ..::;..,........ ,," ./ .l..... o'clock and as it was therefore ditfl- -
.) C' .. .. ..... cult! for to arrive
1: ,...{\.. .t... ') I .' ) ,'. I' -".... .!, playgoers punctually --- -- --- ---- --
..\ ... : .: "._. :r'. ... \:;;:! ;
.... : .... and obtain seats many of them sent
.: 1.- : : ... l' ..;_ .... "'. r' f-'':. __. ..1".'"
,...:S ....-.. ...:.." .. .-. ? .,'.. ',' .... footmen hired men from the streetsto
.. ....__ .. ..;:..., ...,-. -- &.. ,1 /.. .f>. ,.... .I or COAL AND WDOD.WE
_1.-' ...:......: I: .< 'I. .. .' .::::"<0;_..:-:..: '-. "\...".....,.;.\;.-".:,. ,;..'....-.. '. ,' ''':. '; secure places for them. These sat in .
\.' ... .', ; : : ; : : '. : .. .r.) "j',1 -:; ,' . "....{. :
r.. : : : : I" ., -",.., o the seats until those who had sent them
I ..........-.. .i I i I ; ':, .;;.: r'o'. ,') ( .,.... EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA BOER: TRADE
.1.: .;". ...;._. ," : .f.\.t., 'I -:...;" : "..... 'IF. ,.-... .,f came, and the custom prevailed until
./.. -..... -, f -".. ..' .
\: : 'N; ... 17UI5, when the: system now in force THIS WINTER THAN EVELt PEFCRE

if. '-' .. ;.<:"' <. ".. ....... ".:.-.-.--\,.. .V,,....:.-:...., ..,..:=J ..r..--Mr'I' I was adopted. "A footman used to be

.,,....' :: -.1. -...';1:0.-........, .' --- .1..,.,,..'.'\ '\, i':O" -'-'. 'or.,...i I sent early to take places and keep SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW
Y" '(0" ..'- .01. ".. ; /.It them by the simple but effectual planof
./ -":' :" ::. ,.- :l' .. :::::' ......, ..,1'..:. ."
.. -2 'N" r- 1"..." .o' -' ., ; : sitting on them till his masters and Olsen & Co
... .f. ., :110 --'. "'.:.-.-'...-.,.,>. ":'<:"."-'"... Thompson ,
j'Mtr .,:" .. _'''t .. .\ \ .. ,
: ;
< ; _.... .. .. mistresses arrived. Such a practice
"". \.r-; '-' .
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'o, .... ."" '"''' .. <'.. .u.:!, "- .. .. .: ....' -" ..
-"'.wlI '''''''' would be considered intolerable

;";:i'i...."":" \:.. .. ...;:'.: --..:;;. j:'.;--.'.. :...-' r; ...,....'.,:' '...:...1-r\..-,: :" '.,:!-." nuisance now but people in those an days were Manresa Street, Telephone 147. .
'" ...; ., .: -". : .,\ : !
1 i;. ..-....:_ .1' ... .. : ... '.: much less particular and appear to
have thought nothing of sitting for an ESTABLISHED 1863.

a act or two cheek by Jowl with a flunky -

-- or worse with a vagabond pickedup McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
in the street. An allusion to the cus- ,

..at Flavorlnci For Apple. Once a Settling Machine A.-.t. tom occurs in Fielding; "Miss Lucy In o --DBAUM- 0

Male ninnheri. The flavorings for apples are many. The rapid rise of James A. Hemen- Town" act 1, scene 2, and Tepys in
One of the most ill founded of all his "Diary" occasionally mentions having Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
.' One of the most popular is fresh lemon way of Indiana who is to succeed "Un ,
i k Popular delusions is that blushing is while n'l'ry general favorite is that of cle Joe" Cannon as chairman of the appropriations hired a boy in the streets to occupya
the special characteristic of the female beat for him. 008 AND 605 S. PALAPUX 8TUEET.
a few cloves but in addition to these committee, ought to be agreat
ex. As a matter of fact except in the almonds, candied peel, essence of lemon encouragement to the much AGENOY

' case of very young girls men blush far cinnamon nutmeg and ginger;; may ahustil sewing machine agents of the Forty Yearn' Torture, REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S BOSH CO.*

K more readily than women. The well he used. .\ spoonful or two of apricot country says the Chicago News It has To be relieved from torturing disease GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBSEL &:; BON'S PUMPS.
,,, bred woman never blushes at all while Jam or orange marmalade is sometimes not born since Mr.
is very many years after forty years' torture might hUll Cirdigi 'tlt! :. 111:, liotict! lostroniats, Cltrii, Iiekirt, ttiluCOMPASSKS
jy L It a matter everyday experiencethat added with pixxl fft'eot. The addition llemenway was peddling; sewing machines
in the rxcitruuut of business <>r of rhubarb or muscatel raisins also in southern Indiana. He is familiar well cause the gratitude of any one. LOGS KTU

'I political discussions men's cheeks redden makes a pleasing combination and with all the country roads In that That i is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel i I C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Also

with very little provocation. Whatever place cherries or strips of angelica maybe section: of the Ilo osier State, for he has Salve did for C. Haney Geneva, (). ciation. .
may hate been the case a hundred used for ornamentation. I -
I driven them day and night in search of Ha says: "DeWitt's Witch Hbz-l l .
years airo, the modern woman housewivesho not
were supplied Salve cured me of piles after I had THE GARDEN SECTION
shows her .motion nut but I
by blushing
1 Sir. Henry W. Poor with sewing machines. lie did not pretend
by turning pale.-London Taller.Mathematlo suffered forty years. Cures cuts, ;
Sirs. W. of the
j1' Ilfiiry Poor one society I to know anything; about national o-OF-o
leaders! of New York when re- affairs when he went Washington: burns, wounds: skin di"eaes. Beware e

Y l of L.oe. I ceivin any one with whom Fhe is not but In knew how to stiek to a task un- of counterfeits. Hargis' Pharmacy : IFensacola :Florida-

"Margaret. he began "I b:1$30 acquainted has herself announced by til he secured results! and it is that trait John Sheppard. :Sidney Kahn. ,
in the bank. 1 own half interest in her footman before she enters her : which has canned his rapid advancement ,
patent: ch'ru company that clears! 1. drawing:; room or reception room as the on the committee. I 3AJLMJI SALVE. I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

700 a year. My salary I Is S'JO a wi-i-k. case may lx?. The t.Ira ner: waiting for I : 'h ,-p" a. horSirt"fi'vqnrMo..nrt..
with prospects of a raise to ;:.':!. I have her is startled! by the door being thrown I III* Lcct: .\1:'". Beautiful Lots for Sale.
y j; an aunt w ho will leave me twentyseven olrcn a footman In livery <'I1tt'rinanti:; Asked iiis sue in a court of justice fi MEN AND WOMEN.

shared of a railway stock now quoted announcing in loud and imposing tones, Georgia darky replied!: .i,1 FM BigUfnr.nnatnr.lI.Ia.Sd.r. '140x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each according
I at 53. Tell 111(>, Margaret, will you Irs. Tour." "Well. suh. I ez i>le ez de big, white di'ch.rcc .inI niniuthinn, ,
be mine?" ark tree on Marre Tun's plantation." .tt..oiet.re.Grrr.atr.d irritations ran con or* nirmbranrf.Piiulcis ulcpr.iiuncf .. to location and surroundings.

""'uit," she replied "till 1 get a pen The Sunxblne of Homr. ".\wlllUw old may that be?" inquired Pr..,.,.er.t.ri... nj not aitrm- I - -
dl." Ion shut up your house lest the a lawjer."Well ,. TNEEVANSCNEMIIICO.CINCINNATI.O gent Sold or bj pot".ou.DragglK. I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View;

For she never had been good at mental sun should fade your carpets and your ,sub ef I makes no mistakes. r.&I. or..nt in plain wr,ti T, High, Dry Fertile Lands.
arithmetic.-Newark New's. hearts lost a merry laugh should shakedown Ue white oak tree is de same age ez de II bf 00.expr nr J M.bottin prrpnid.12.75. I
some of the musty, old cobwebs I mill dam, en de mill dam ain't a day Circular lent on r II I The grandest opportunity for investment eve
The loath of Caraealla. there: If Jon want to ruin jour sons older dan de red barn what come nigh: I
The llomans appear to babl'en let thorn think that all mirth and social ter bein burned up w'en de stars fplle ."' cffered in Pensacola.

well off in the matter of bathing places enjoyment must be left on the threshold Atlanta Constitution.A ;;:11 AUNCH I I I
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to the first and second centuries. In without when they come home at Rome Seekers Should See These Lots.

ll the baths of Caracalla 1.taN1 1 ) batherscould night NIGHT ALARM. -
be accommodated at one time. Worse than an alarm of fire at night
' The lui-los-ed area was UGO square Fruit on Pewter Platter. is the brassy cough of croup, which 1- .CHARTER1The iA.m

} yards, but it included a course for foot Artistic people are taking down their sounds like the children's death knell .
t racing. The bathing etablUhiueut was old pewter platters! and basins from and it means death unless something Garden and Bru Streets.

i e" 240 yards in length: by 124 wide. Tl. the plate rails where their functionwas is done quickly. Foley's Honey and Elegantly Equipped !
remains of the walls are Sand 10 feet purely decorative and are using y.O. BRENT WM. H BNOWLEI5. W. 1::. HYKB, JR., i, B: REKHC;
1 thick and in come places as much as 00 them c u their tables. .\ polished pewter Tar and quickly never fail cures to the give worst instant forms relief of Naptlta Launch CUPID, PreBlflSBt. Vlae-Preelddnl. C .bier. An't Ca.bler.
dish filled with fruit and trimmed with
feet high. croup. Airs. P. L. Cordier. of Man- with Parlor Car
1 1, green leaves makes a beautiful centerpiece nin ton. Ky., writes: "My three Fittings,
Lose Abort rar.I for the table or sideboard. year old girl had a severe case of for a trip on the bay or fora First National Bank

I Towne- IWr fellow! lie certainlydoes croup; the doctor said she could not 'I cruise.
I lore her for all he's worth. Dinner Donbon. live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey
( Brmvno lie loved her even more Delicious! dinner bonbons are madeby and Tar; the fir=t dose gave quick relief Accommodations
for 40
i and sivcd her life Refuse sub
d11'I.iuI'auut:! or almonds very I OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
t than that today. I otitutes. W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 H. passengers I
line them with the white cf I
I ; mixing an
How do ?
>> Townc- you mean Palafox street.
,1 Ii 'JrQWPU\ tent her a ten dollar egg. a little sugar and pressing the I Rates very reasonable. i I I X3XZI23: OT O n I I

;, bunch of roses and borrowed the price paste into the cavity made by removing orI-I I NOTICE. Landing-Pine street. II I WM. H. KNOV/LK3. W. A. BLOONT. F. C. BRENT. N. K. HYEB. Jb
the stores from fresh prunes
from me.-l'bila.tdplJia Press.Men D. G. BRENT,
date's. The fruit is then rolled:) powder CAPT. STEARNS, I

are like sandwiches -there's 11 sugar. -- PEXSACOLA, FLA., Jan. 24th, Ib93. Master. i iI rrtn! nd D mlltl i BZ Ch A it A d ; I

there nothing is In in some others of thevor them and e they the are.more- Aluminium Teakettle. The following extracts from the o OU i ;,
of the State Board of -
Chicago News. TeaLtttlfs of aluminium are desirable regulations I
owing: to their lightness and cleanliness Health, which Lave the validity of
? as with little attention they can law, are hereby published for the in- ,.-We draw our own Bills of Exchange on areas Britain JreHi.

i eastingaflowerinteascpulcher.IIawthorne.For a woman to love some men I h like be kept looking bright and! clean. Theyare formation! of whom it may concern. ;i trick k kuh" Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain Beldam Russia! JUIway !
Dacm&rk and other European countries
cast in one piece and are consequently Rule &6. No owner of any manufactory ,

f __ ___ as durable as the ordinary in this State shall admit for em- AT YE frVe8el: Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms. and the!l

f 4 Foils hypes.Make -- ployment any person who cannot Obligations Taken Payable at Port of eMiration Ten or Fifteen Day
a Deadly Attack. produce satisfactory evidence cf OPERA HOUSE IN PENSACOLA ifter 1 Vessel Arrives there.
"My wife was so ill that (rood the covers of couch cushions I
physicians were unable to help her," I rather smaller than the pillows themselves having been successfully vaccinated. AT KAHLYK CANDlK LIGHT, I II IVSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
writes M. M. Austin, of Winchester and they will not flatten out and Rule 2. Any person who violates, I with which we hare a Priva partment for the U..
t it Ind., "but wm completely cured by look thin as pillows usually! do. after being disobeys, omits, neglects or refusesto Tuesday Nighte, Febrnary 3d. of Renter
I b Dr. Kln 'iI New Life Pills." They
used for a few weeks.A coirply with any of the rules and
i Ii wort wonders in stomach and liver
! II 1 trouble Cure constipation, !lickil regulations which may be adoptedby KING'STRY
careful bas banishedher FUN FUN FUN FUN DR. PROFESSIONAL OAED8.
t: headache. 2oc at W. A. D'Alem- the State Board of Health, as
1 il } torte'a drug( store, 121 L. Palafox tin dishpans and substituted small hereinafter provided, that be
may Come and See "B' NEW DISCOVERYFOR
the and
t t treet. wooden tubs Tbe breakage of china Earlye >Y8 W. C. ROWE, M. D.
duly promulgated by said (State "
;I i has been lessened by the cbane.Xev'r Girls on Big Road to Bkule.:
: C.A.6TORI8.: : : Health Officer, or said Board of THAT COLD. Office: 17X 8. PaiarOL

,", I i fit,,,tlw I lit Hind Yon Han Always Sang put warm food of any kind Health shall be guilty of a misdemeanor Mr. Fred Marsh, Skulemaster. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hours from % to 8:301. m. and 1 to I p. sand

away in a covered dish if you want It and upon conviction thereof COMMITTEEMEN: Cures ConsumptionCoughs, after 7 o'clock

f to keep well shall be fined in a sum not less than Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Phono OO.
$100.00 nor more than $1000.00 or be MAYOR JOXES, Chairman ;

I. f'E L W. PUKE AD economy that wears out the motaT Imprisoned in the county jail fur cot Hox. MR. PARKHILL, PneumomaHayFeverPleu-
of a fata'1 is dear at any price. l lees than one or more than six J CODE BLOCNT and risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, JOHN S. BEARD,
;1 No. 30 south Palafox street, keep
II ---- months. JfJXiE AVERY. Sore Throat, Croup and
i; call bells, wire* and all kinds of CARPENTRY AM
I WM. HAYS I ML'slO BY TUB 'Vhoopi g Cough.NO } *-WJ Thieen! Baildinj.;:
electrical Have him do
sleuth Officer. I
your work. Call phone :203.Foley's ELECTRICAL WORK I Free Vaccination City will be continued j i ENTIRE BARRANCAS ORCHESTRA. Price SOc.CURE.and S1. TRIAL[
I \ as heretofore. j-2Hw : 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m.
'\ Ring np Pearl & Dolive! phone: 6fl, -- --- Tickets on Sail at Joe's, 75, b) and i will repair your waiciiea <.1.1'; Practice In all .tata and fpd.rlll eocrti.
Honey and Tar f you I RV*. any rarpei.ter or electrical I 2-V:. np-rved Seles: Toe.. Box rietts ewelry in flrB -cla3B style. J. I All bU81D..n -nlrut.d to me will recent
tuna colds, prevents pneumonia work you want well done. 3 udgin's, life Qest fir oc.SS on dull: too. Stephens. prompt and

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{h8. KATY WALKER.She .

H.... Charge of Rohbtni, Reef c MISS MONIE BOWEY it'iI !

I Lighthouse la New York Bar. ,
The only woman in the world in No. 38 Perry Street. DETROIT. MICHIGAN. 11 -' ;

ffcipForS charge of a lighthouse entirely surrounded J'S. ,'-
by the waves lives in New A couple of winters ago I Wine of Cardui makes women -' 't

,York bay She Is in the very center ofa slipped on a frozen sidewalk: more womanly by coring :" :
population: of CK>i.OOO people. yet and fell flat on m On '- their weakness ana making .' "

JQb; m she l Is not a p.irt of it and has not its being examined hound that them stronger. \Vine of j l"
fI1 ] ", 11ffll ways. for when she leaves her seaswept I had sustaintd internal injuries Cardui cured Miss Bowey. !..'. Ii
which laid me up for more As a medicine for all women : !
tP .B.IlZ# home once or twice a year tc than two months. After that ..... in every trying period of "' .: ,
V' .. shop in New York the rush and confusion I noticed that I had pains in .t:.. theirliwscmyouthinkoh .
of the great crowds all about so the back and groin which I !;'. better medicine for yourself, j-t'.. .
fill her with loneliness that before she never had before. I doctored ) your sister, your daughter \' ,

JfiJmeo has scarcely begun her purchases she and doctored for several or;your mother ? Caii yon !

turns her back on the things dear to months but as the pains increased limit Bnuvy. think of a more acceptable 1 ". "
instead of to friend I
the feminine heart and flees precipitously growing u r present give your ; f
better I decided that f was not having the than a bottle of this medicine which I ',"

4I/ to Robbins Reef lighthouse. right treatment. Reading in the papers will bring her health and happiness? ,.!1 '. ,i
\ I There she says she has not known a of the wonderful cures performed by You are suffering: ? Your duty is to ; :', .. -
and t\ L lonely minute In the seventeen years Wine of Cardui wrote to one of the rid course]! of this pain. It your j :t t":
The pain that she has been In charge. parties and received a very satisfactory daughter, mother, sister or friend it } .

This woman is Mrs. Katy Walker reply and I immediately sent for some. sick and In need of relief your duty u in.if/,, .. tj!
endured by working nnd the sailors' beacon which she has In very short time I felt generally better equally great to them. Many women, ,J t .
many / in charge rises sheer out of the water and after seven weeks faithful use I was now well, owe their lives ft friend 'IJ" ._ 'j
once: more well and strong. I have never who brought them Wine of Cardui. ".
% five miles south of the Battery. It is
women IS almost beyond jjbelief. $' : f. I. had a sick hour since and I daily bless Wine of Cardui is adapted to women "!

your splendid medicine. at any age in any walk of life. 't'';
::;b i IPJ MONIE BO WY.rTTIIXE For the working woman it gives her '

; OF CARDUI is one mcdi- strength for her tasks ana better : '.j ,
-- :: 'I I[\V I cine that should always te kept treatment than a doctor for very small : 1 : '

on hand in every home" for immediate cost.; .
I low distressing to see a woman struggling to earn a livlihood, use when female! weakness Your druggist will sell you a $1.00 I o : .J

first makes its appearance. Miss bottle of Wine of Cardui. Secure the '.r- 1 ,
rlnrm her household duties when her back and head are aching Dewey's painful and dangerous accident medicine today. Take it in the privacy ; ,
r' would not have resulted so seriously of your home. Relief will coma to you .'

hii is so tired she can hardly drag about, and every movement had she taken Wino of Cardui promptly.JfiM _ai surely J aa you take it. ,:.. ..

-, > pain, the origin of which is quickly traced to some derange- A million suffering women f "
I WINE of CARDVI have found relief in -

!mr.t it the female organism I ____.J-_J-r- _uJ-I-u ____ -Wine- of Cardni.J -, .
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V.'iien the monthly periods are painful or irregular, when backaches and I, I 1I I 1- NOTICE.I I II STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, fit" I

I have been authorized to taki
h- .' : ''ies! drive out all ambition, "I-can-hardly-drag-about"sensation subscriptions forVm.. Jennings '[114)5. CO WON, Captain h I -:

atdciSO.1: when you are =as-though'ouowould.fly," it I Bryan's paper. "The Commoner. will make regular trips between : -
Do The price h $1.00 per year in ad P"n"lcula: Point W' ..hinKtcn: and q '. -
is certain that some female derangement is fastening itself upon you. vance. Those deeiriiii! the rapei Free-port. Leuve HJY len street i I ; H ,- ;

not( lit the disease make headway ; write your symptoms to Mrs. Pinkham call have it sent to them by seudinj wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive ) j .-
"LOO to the undersigned.H.M.. at Freepnrt at 6 p. m. same day. f .-
for her free advice, and begin at once the use of ROCHE. Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. J

Mr.s. KATT WALKER. Care Daily News. and arrive at Peusacola 6 p. m. same

VEGETABLE COflPOUND her ever constant vigil to warn and to day. Fare, round trip$5; one way, .
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S succor the men who go down to the Cleaning ladies skirta and waists! ?,3. 12nlm :

deep that has led them to speak of Is one of o".r specialties. !Star Lann- "

Profit by the Experience of the Women Whose Letters Follow : Robbins Reef lighthouse for years as dry. .o=GOLAY=o- 1 .
"Katy's light" So conscientious is Mrs. "
"Dnui Mns. PINKIIAM :-I wish to write and thank you for all you have done for me. I have b gnsuffering Walker In taking care of the lighthouse -- -- --- -- --

\ with womb awl ovarian trouble for about four years and tried everything, but found no relief. I that every night since her husband CHOICEST Grist and Corn Meal Hills, ;

in St. Paul Minneapolis and Chicago. I thought at times I would go crazy, I III. .
went to the \l; specialists diet fourteen years ago she has not I
would be to have an operation and my ovaries taken out.I f. GONZALEZ & CO. Prop i :
_=iitftTi'd !so The doctors told me the only thing ailed once to look after the lamps. -OF- ,
at ht: decided to quit the doctors and give )Irs. Pinkham's remedies a trial. I used both Lydia K..linklium's It has been twenty-two years tince: Minotaotcren .

Vegetable Compound and Sanative Wash cured., and I now cannot find myself enough completely for what cured.your remedies I had the have doc- Irs. Walker landed on Sandy !Hook. f IRUIT8 ij H lm I 1 1AT CHOICE MEAL AM) PURE G1LOIThID :I
t.ii. to make an examination and he said I was say with her son, whose father had died in +
dane! for me, and have advised all my friends to try it."-Mus. CLAUA 3LvLL, with X P. & .Nat. Express Germany shortly before t-he set sailor STOCK FEED. : ; .

(. AhlantlVi. this She had been working Pttrontie Home Industry for there ti ': .
country. every reason you should boy your Meal ant i
nil the Hook only a few mouths \\ bifiacol C. APOSTLE'S tock Feed from the Home Manufacturer I'
Iri. Frances Stafford, 24.1 Kast 114tli Street, \lrs. Lou Davis, 7-1 Institute Place, Flat 5, Walker the assistant keeper of for by so doing you encourage home Indci- .
try. Y oar tiled In the
New York, X.Y., says: Chicago, 111., says : :lie Sandy Hook lighthouse; met hrrnd 14 East GOVErnment St.. land you In money turn are Indirectly commnnltJ'J benefited. .'
of the August :24.! 1!lOl. full la fostering the home raaanfactnrer you f
at affords me great pleasure to tell you in lose with her. and in !less contribute to the cause o( labor. You owe '
I have derived from taking Lydia I]. IMuk- For the Rood of others I \\ i h to testify to the han a year after her arrhal she \.as Formerly Cordova Restaurant Ktai.f It to tbeoommnnlty which you live and : .

ham's Vegetable merits of your wonderful medicine, Lj lia II. 1'ink- taken to the lighthouse as Jacob Wjilkr's One: car-load of Pineapple at J1.71 \ which onnlrthDtnii' to vnnr support ,

Coin- lium's Vegetable Cuni]>ouiitl. (' bride, her boy going) along as Walkr's to $2.00: per dozen. r
; ; pound. I am "Ira certainly in a very had condition. I suffered (' adopted son and taking his nr.me. ----,-, -- i
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1? now enjoying h'rri1Jlyith a continual backache and head There she helped her husband for

lf : .'tc -_ better health ache. I had pleurisy in my right Fide, tearingdownuinsand ;: four years. At the end of that period HARPER '

t.'s4'! ., thianlevertini. ] thox> dizzy, sinking or fainting spells, was le was transferred to Uobbins Kwf: The Beer

It I'Cl'lllt'll to norvous: iK-evLsh and de!'i) ndent. light, where he remained until he died.

1- P me that I had I A\as advised to try your medicineand was After the fUllt'rIIll'lr Admiral Kodgrs. ; -

+ .1' F no strength at greatly "nrpri. ell at the benefit I derived from its \\ho was then a captain and in- That Madej Q.J ,
I cured of these ailments and I! fjffl53j .
.4 all. I could use. am now entirely peetor of the Third lighthouse district t
hardly Ilragahout. consequently feel and look like an entirely new i>er- bund! that Mrs. Walker wanted to J t .
._4 hj out
/r; I v.-as son. be appointed keeper of the lighthouse. &AHNH I !tn r A 1 U fI III :''J

.?i ill I',tlI1 all over.j "I shall always te pleased to influence suffering \ltlioiigh it was and still is against ,

jj. "1 loin; to women to try your Vegetable. Compound.> It. has \'iTimicnt regulations: to put a womn JI

-i feel better done wondeiy for me, and I am very thankful." in charge of a lighthouse out at sea, -ISVICTORIA- I

: ;_ : after taking he interested himself lu Mrs. Walker's

ri-u the lirst dose, lehalf. For three years the government 1

...:Ji1 I ''L .. and am now 1'Olirr.IT if we cannot refused to break a rule that it .
I! fk I like a new 00 forthwith produce thc had made( but in the meantime: whileit ------ ,- '
r : P1 t (' '. woman. I I $: 3 DDO I original; letters and hunted for a man willing to go to the BESt 10-CKNT UOTII.K IIEIMl ,

/) M know tht. if !'ln.tur'sClfahtl\-ctt.'s-; unely post. Mrs. Walker was left onUibbins IN TIJWS.DANNHEIBSER. j

',. othiersutkriiigwci ; I timonials, which will pnne their absolute reef. Twice the lighthouse; BROS

TRANCES STaffORDrOIni.m WOUld genuineness. board thought it had a man to take

')nly t'i i i! v.m.lil:, help them. Lydia I:;:. Pinkliam Ied. Co., charge of the light but each one, after AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Physicians prescribe it "
.. I I, nk! ith all heart for what your _
; : .\ 'II \\ my 1.1111Iass. he had; gone down the bay and viewed
I..' !"* I il'iiHfur! !! Ill" ." it:3 isolate! pOMtion.; refused: the job. So I I. W, Harper JMstoi. for their most delicate "

inally the board despairing of ever securing .
patients. :
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a man as keeper adopted Cip-

lr> nnd .l..l.tlr.. The flaiy'be. beautiful Ilalb. unlessIt rlvilpgis's possesM-d by "no other ,\'om-1 tab Koileirs'! Miggi'tioii and appointed Main House-401 1 8. Palafox street. OLD and PURE. :i

A "I, j" 'i ni' dry' air wolgbs more The fikin cannot an. She is not troubled with anxiety Mrs. \Yi.lker. New York Letter inVashi.iii R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.P. For Hale byDaunheisser
Is it cautiot be healthy un- "
., < foot of moist air at the ; like her younger; sisters at cro'sinthe \ Star.CHILDREN. .
less it is clean and the pores kept open borderland of youth. Her future is O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. Bros.
". aiul The
I nturu
1.ipnr i i" to a invssure.culiie foot ofrs by frequent Lathill;;. Strong: soaps more clearly defined-for at forty has Phones 116-2K8. I'I I
should be carefully molded. The soap ChOSen and settled down in her POISONED. t :
she not
the \oliime of the rnL.1 I __ ___. __
i should be the finest ami best make that ---- ---- --- - : = --= 1
career, irrevocably l chosen, too herman Many children are poisoned
;" ".1 r ;h fn-c to expand as in can be had, and oven then should bo : ? Loneliness is a bogy.: Uemorsc made nervous and weak, if not killed '

'-/:,'re, iiinl as the vapor bas of used sparingly nail the body very carefully Is the only thing she need beware of. i outright, by mothers giving: them T:1: Yat? : & :
.1 !two-thirds the density: the
after its Soap .
rinsed use. If she has: a profession she is at her cough syrups' containing opiates. il
t' "> .iue tt'inporature and body first btfore putting the child In Foley's Honey and Tar is a safe and .
; act better, paint
best at forty.he can
iK'tisity of the mixture Is different washcloth certain remedy for coughs! .
and croup
the tub use a
In conclusion
I'I i .it of dry air. i for rinsing. Do nut put the soapy one better Miss Achurch and write thought that the age of and prominent lung trouble cough medicine, and is that the only con. INSURANCE JIL JILNICK'S :

in the tub at allDon't should be looked forward to as
forty W.
or poisons. AND
talus no opiates
PEARL & DOLIVE. be afraid of the water. A gallon an inheritance rather than dreaded by A. D'Alemberte, 121 8. Palafox .
or two In the bottom of a tub means REAL ESTATE ..
every woman.-Ixindon Chronicle. street. _ _ .
Call them little. Fill the tub as full as possible.
on at the of Gar-
corner ;
J. that it comes ell\ to the armpits. No. South Pilafox Street. I >
i at Alc.imz: streets for carpeuai BO up L'Art Xou.uu.
d electrical work 660. First rinse the head and rub the child & T
_: : ,or phone In our houses, in our clothes in our CASTORIAFor jT&
all over gently with the cloth. I.
furniture! and even in the Jewelry that
Partial List of Desirable Dwellings '
child himself will feel the refreshing Infants and Children.
Infliipm-o..____ _nnd_ often_____ a tlnv_ baby. of but we wear there has arisen a new era. for Rent in Various Partsof .

LODGE G DIRECTORY "a few months H' n will splash and kick and. and While it this is designated may seem as a 1'art very nouveau.formidable The Kind You to Always BongV! the City: j I. ,

enjoy the whole proceeding Immensely.This term. it Is really quite the reverse. 135.00-2)! -Itory house containing 12 room. DAILY MENUS -j
most healthfuL Bean thWpatr. ail modern ;
KNIGHTS exercise aloue Is conveniences bath on ,
PYTHIAS. and eliminates Simplicity has a great; deal to do with upper! and lower floor*. corner lot. ,. V:l
It starts up the circulation of ,
under this title. It Is nice yard and Bbrubhnry, stable nuthouses -
all thatn1'S
ffn.fcc ,UIHljte. No.3. K. of P.nwti ". any substance which might clog etc., >o. 711 East Laltua Comprise all the Dp-to- 'i., > I
really merely a catch word for the ttrect.
/ Date Dishes
the Markets
every Monday evenIng the pores of the skin. of all that Is worn out in j,00-3-siory boarding house, containing i" ,
at 7:30 at Castl rail Now take the baby from the tub. tmanclpatiun You want a good piano tuner to 25 rooms, known us the 1'once de of the World ,' 1,
a k in the Blonnt Watson artistic or mechanical ideas. It is nothing Leon house, No. 110 Ku.t Jntendrn- -
I 1 ( KnlMlng.third Door.v wrap him In a soft linen towel and than the renaissance of the stay in Pensacola, etill you hold cia street. Aio.d. : ,-
luitln jt brethren cordially blanket then gently pat him all over more back order. Bend it in. I have fYIOII-A desirable 2- tory modern dwelling '"I
\ welcomed from Bide present time in personal :and housebolJ.Iltlornml'nt I 7 rooms most d..rable b ctlon of the ';
". J. A. LYLB. his little body rolling from the ugliness of the bad 20 years' experience and have city on a corner on tbe street car
,::4b H. HORSLtR O.C. to side to accomplish this. With an line.NoII:!:!North Uarcelona itreet.
K. K.48.r rubbing be half century ago pl'rlotl.s applied to worked in several piano factories. SOOLarlleItory) dwelling. 10 ronmg. Ladies' Private ;;: 1
child moderate can
older a fronting beTllleHcjuare, No.Tv haul;; t.
the jewels that adorn( fair women, and Orders left at Johnson's! book store : ,
indulged In, but do not rub a child'sskin UoverDinent: street.! '
Hamlin 1,1t1:8: No. 13 briskly or harshly. The skin Is It is to this ornamentation that the will be attended to. ,:;Jn.ft>-Comfortable dwelling.9 rooml.'ery new 2-story deSIrable modern section Dining Parlor.", J If ii 1 \

TutxJay evening at .::\1. at \'t'Ql'ndl'r and easily irritated. This! term is most frequently applied it CHAS.V.. PRESSLEY.CASTOnr. oHhe city, situated on North \4"f :
corn r 1'alatox and Gardenit1ng under one general title liaylen between strong and UeSoto ,
expresses -
: Knlghtscordtally Invited.J.ALIIERTJOIISSON method of drying; the skin acts as a streets. I l'
pt'ntle massage, aids circulation, draws a dozen or more artistic departures : .. 1|J5.0i -storydwelIzngtn !rood order with ':
i IS. C. C. the In the Jeweled decorations of the gen- Beonlb lIe Ka Ycu Hate Akays:bitIISJptat S rooms. three doors from the belt Regular Dinner Daily. I f
'fIL.I. A S. the blood to the surface causes line ban gal and water throughout, f' .
skin to glow and gives" the child tler sex. _ _ J 11..f.ot1l No. illNorth) Barcelona street. ..'t
1).O-1.storydwekIingT rooms, water, ,
Wheeler city 'r
O. O. F.IVns.vola warmth and vigor.Marianna Blue Island, Ill., Jan. H, 1001. bath, gas, with large corner lot,No. ,
in Harper's Uazar. ------------ -- "IWenrl btltrtet. Short Orders Promptly 't "
Messrs. Ely Bros-I have used OF APPLICATION .I 115.70-1-story dwelling rooms newly papered t
U IrtHlsc oI and painted throughout on Filled. Night or Day.
: The Woman of Forty. your Cream Balm in my family for belt line. No.SIIII East Gregory t reel.
_. 1rv Thursday evening at 7i: at Deed Under Section 8 of Chap -
The woman who has passed the confines has For Tax 1l5OO-I-story dwelling city water' and bath. -
'\11! v.j Vet Intendencla Street.tthrrn nine years and it become my 7roomsnaif Mock of ground with '
of Florida.
ter 4888 Laws
cordially Invited. of youth said Miss Janet Achurch family doctor for colds in the bead. beautiful shade trees, No. 7W East If It's Something Good to Eat Notice Is that S L. Davis i
hereby given
J. E. Lou, N.(1. I
Wllb,10ll'U and it
Cervantel.trtet. ai
IV i In a recent lecture on "The Woman of of Tax Certificate No. 55. yon
-I[ purchaser
Secretary.AMERICAN children. It is ;1 ;
I u-e it freely on my 112.50-1-story dwelling, So 415 East Gregory
Thereabouts." has come to be dated the 4th day of October. A. D.l'o\111. ha
or street,5 rooms, and .
newly papered (
a Godsend to children. filed said certlttcate my office, and ba painted. Nick Apostle's i j
regaraed as of much greater importance made application for tax deed to issue In
No.014 East ,
Belmont ,
GUILD. $11.00 street 5-room .
than she was, say, twenty years Yours respectfully, accordance with law. Hald certificate em-situated cottage city water. newly painted, -4
J. KD \LL. braces the following described property In perfect order. Popular Restaurant L.
I'en..ac.la Chapter No. O07.I ago. The changes in her status can I [ in Escambia county, Florida, twIt: 1l0,5to,11)1t North Alcanlz trhet. a new ; ,
E:: best be seen by consulting the novel Messrs. Ely Bros-I suffered' One lot <5)ft by ISO ft tll!:. cor. block 72, Bel. house in good order with 5 rooms. -
*I>'\; r. LisDis"TBfTii.retary mont No., 8ec 2'1. Tp.i 8. R. 80 W. The laid
>< Uovernor.K. ists. From the period of Fielding' greatly with catarrh and tried different land being assessed at the date of the issaanc -' 1I0.00-No.water a neat East S Belmont room cottage street newly, city

that of Thackeray the girl of seventeen remedies without effect. After MlIa'l'll.of such Unless certificate said certificate in the name shall be of painted and renovated throughout! MWMM l lilt j '
was the center of attraction, L. to law. tax deed will t 9.00-No. lilO East LaKua street, a neatly f. (
:, OF L. using: one bottle of your Cream redeemed according papered 4-room cottage In good con. .
and she after her Issue thereon' on the Mb day of FebruaryWitness ditlon I ;
always disappeared Balm I found relief and I cannot large lot.city water.Alarg PARKER'S1
u. I0. ..
-- A. list of smaller ,
wedding day. After came too highly such a remedy. offlcial signature and seal dwellings, as well ii.a .,
: praise ray I
1 i'al .\... as a number stores and offlcts r utt KE.M,. Ih
.enibIy No. 1503. the long innings of the woman of Miss CORA WILLARD, this tbe 15th dayotJanuary. A. U.11II13. ctie.* ud tnatir. th. I"**. I
rromocct luzumcl
A. MCMILLAN. a fiuvth.Iforev
> Jf. Y. II
thirty. Albany, SEAL.I Clerk Circus Court. Fai>i to J!*tor Ony \
( ,
f.H.TUARP.. Lailng Real Estate. Rental Hair to in Youtbfal Color. 1
By B.H. BURTON, D.C. : and losaranci I ..
j 11.11'
ICC' SSF.IL. M. W. The woman of forty ought to be the C e.vspdrs. talifflj.
Bouiu falatoi "
the NEWS want column. J an.lSosw5w Agents btreet. WI-.o d 8"11 f '
Secretary. happiest! of. women. Sie! bat necu ar Try ;n I., _'

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'I *gg3CJCg3gJCCJCTi1* *VI Hair Strongest in the World.

S Avers
4 I Keep your own hair. Get

more. Have a clean scalp. The Equitable
*krsd it the Poit Office atPeniacoia,
,,1- ...I8OODd-ela.. matter. PERUCHI-BELDINI CO. Restore the color. ifiiTiSzAa

JrrICJ: :Pltt'i. Building, Zlltf Bonih life Assurance
.Uftlox ttreet. up-iUlrt. I I, This popular troupe: entertained a Society

good audience last nibt in a --
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. REMAIN ABOUT THE presentation EffectUe ".Uta n. .t." 1 KKKPS HIS FAMILY WELL. Of the United States.
MATTERS of "A Mid nlht Marriage Attaching a man's property for debtIs
out of sorti if
feeling ,
Ifyou are
a play appealing to tbe sentimentalside supposed to be a legal process, but hENRY D. HYDi; Fonndrr
Term: Invariably in Advancer SAME AS THEY WERE YES- your circulation or your digestionis
occurred in
of life. It was a good bill however aa incident which years ago
.,.,.___ 00 bad ought to think first about
Tsar by4.MOQLbS Mail the of Natchez as related by Davy you :
:* 8Om \ and was greatly ei j )yed.!
Week by Carrier Payable Monday 10JUnrtiting TERDAY BUT SOME- The company concludes its engagement Crockett in his "Life and Adventures," your liver. Probably that is all thatIs Preliminary Statement Jan. i, iio ,

slows that there are other "attach- wrong with you. HEPATICURA
Rates Furnished on application THINCIEXPECTED; to-night presenting a ments", which sometimes accomplisha provides for the best health possibleand Outstanding Assurance, tl,290,0uo,0t.n)
new version of "J"-se James, the
beneficent purpose.An will answer all your needs. If I Income. .... .... .... ... 6S.000.fJSi
TELEPHONE This afternoon tbe )
ON MONDAY. Bandit Hero
4 odd affair occurred when I was you want real !good health keep the

matinee bill will be "Fun in a Boarding Ia: t at Natchez says Mr. Crockett. A liver right and there is nothing New Assurance..... .. -To.OuO.ooo:

-- School." 'steamboat stopped at the landing and better to keep the liver right than

The pilot situation remains today one of the crew went ashore to purchase HEPATICURA. 3GOOwOiO( )

previsions. He went into a saloon Mr. Danltl James of Pensacola Assurance Fund and
practically what it was yesterday.The LEWIS MORRISQH Fla.. pays: I want to tell you bow
on the way, and the adroit Inmates -
much I appreciate your liver medI- all other liabilities... 2So.Ouo<
JAB 31. 1903 Colt and Kwasind are each The exqntste effects obtained by contrived to rob him of all his cine, HEPATICURA. Mywife bad ,xo

lying at their moorings one waiting the skillful use of electricity to add money. The captain of the boat, a determined been sick ior a long time. I did not Surplus ';5iQO'(

PKNSACOLA has tbe only harbor on for the other to move. When tbe effect to scenery and make impressive fallow, wont ashore in the know exactly what was the matter The largest Increase ever made In any year
the gulf coast which Admiral RiggInsOn'e hope of persuading them to refund but with her. f suppose it must have la the history of the
scens in modern plays can Society.
This first vessel puts to sea she will be Immediately many they declined. been some liver trouble. I had to

ships can satelyenter. followed, and the fight be exemplified and proven in the Without further ceremony, the captain have a physician very often, but JAMES W. ALEXANDER: President.
means very much when you come to forthcoming elaborate production of sfatcd by his crew and passengers she did not get well until she took I
will be on in ear Rest. JAMES II. HYDE, Vice-President.
think of it. HEPATICURA. A few bottles ;;
f Lewis Morrison's new "Faust, in some :io 1O or 400 iu number madefast
A good deal of suppressed excite- himself cured her. Khe is well now and
which Lewis Morrison appears sin immense cable to the frame
t LETS see are not president Roosee1t's never complains. I give it to the
ment is noticeable among both fac- as Mephisto, at the opera house huiliiiii where the theft had been com children and take it myself and it

colored official friends elegible to in appointment tbe- tions and it is: predicted: that as soon on Monday night. Fire, lightening, mitted. Then he allowed fifteen minutes keeps us all well. Bold by all drug- OOWLES BROS.,
to positions clouds and sunset effectsare i i for the money to be forthcoming gists.
; army and navy? If it is all right to as: tbe first move is made by the Colt gorgeous vowing that if it were not produced -- - General Agents
manipulated throughout the play i
#: pat negroes into the postoiQce and the law will be resorted to to preventher within that time he would put steamto
309 H. Palafox
RAREJARCKSeventyfive St.. PE
by electrical agency through stereopticou : SACOL.\,
*. : custom Houses, what's the matter from doing business. his boat and drag the house into the ,
?. calcium, kaleidoscopes; rh cr.
t with them being in command of our acres on Blackwater ,
It is expected that on Monday olivetts or open box lights, slnded The: thevc; <* Uiew: that he would! keep Bty rich black hammock lands two
battle ships and our military posts? ? (
1 matter will assume a different as- and varied by skilled electrician his word and the morityvas promptly mile, from Milton particularly: I
That would be such a powerful demonstration i I -
J This land
The peaceful atmo-'phere of Mar: produced. pecans. joins
1vj : of Roosevelt's sincerity pect from what they are now and the ltbrated Criglar I
pecan grove
guerite's home loud gard.n, the
and faith. the association's: position will be rnrfliliK 3'njriien.. and is partially cleared. i I TaE iaERGlfliTSj {> {
casting of the thaddows of urem- !
Two hundred and
-- '- On the banks! of the Elbe a curious eighty acre,
I materially: strecgthened. berg's: Cathedral athwart the gatilen be lien 100 acres cleared, 7 miles from 1I1- I
IN accordance with arrangements sight may fn-quoiuly seen
?4 that had been previously made the Under the present rules of the organization as the sky grows radiant with the ai.d women coiue tin-re in the e enii.::; ton Yellow, 3}.: miles River from at the Faulk's railroad Ferry on TRANSFER GO.

each do setting ;sun; and the luminous I1f:. r anj 1iiit! tires near \\hleh they care.fuly .
Lk announcement went forth that : requiring pilot to Well watered and with good dwel- <
glow of the twilight; is a line exam: : sprond s-p-ioious ( lollis. In a few linsr- j
and fencing. Having been awarded: the
Booker T. Washington: wa goingto duty and imposing a fine of f;JO per
address the convention of pie of the electrician's: skill."HELuTrllir minutes swaru.s (,f M.iy flies, those dol- There are 40 acres of cypress in ;, for carrying the U. S. Mail betwe .n
I super- day on each man for a failure to do kale !hte! treatuifs ", how earthly life this tract worth the price of the the L. & N. Depot and Post Oflii-c

ll inteudedts at the auditorium in so, $400 per day is being charged up Lists only fl'rl few hours hover around whole. This land has been grown I and al-o the exclusive baggage; ; privilege .

; F Gainesville but editor MtCreary the! firi's. an ] j-peeiKly: hUlllrl'tli-naJ", extensively to cane: and large profit 1 on all trains entering the city
movement against the dissenting eight, and the made. Thereare 12UOacresof fenced I we are prepared to transfer b.LIPe:
started an opposition One of the mo will has been instructedto I I pa-turage adjoining, which is free. I and pas-engers to and from all hotels
with the result that Booker disbursing agent on the cio:h<
of Qoodhne & Kellngg's: Companywhich Eighty-one acres 3 miles north of residences and trains, day t; cot be appointed to speak from the refuse them a settlement of their is to present: "Hello Bill" at After a Millioient:: ipp'y! of files: has above with good house well and night. .

" rostrum at the auditorium. lol''natL..I.tI iu this way the urea are spring tel ibis tract i 1'1
: --- -- monthly accounts pending adjust the opera house nextVedneedty has extinguished ai.d the cloths are carefully valuable in connection with stock Prompt & Reliable! Service Guarantee! 1

: IN California there is a large population ment of the differences between always: : been the beauty of its women, ra;>e.l from the ground and taken raising. The wood and timber will

t: of Chinese and a prejudice them. and it is said that this year the femi- home On the following:; morning they pay for clearing and also for the We Business also conduct-haul a Freight pianos Delivery safe t

violent the of the whites nine contingent is even more comply i are placed in a ,garden on a sunny spot land. .. t
most on part machinery and furniture at Rea on-
All the members of the secederswere the result bdiiff that the bedies of the No such bargain as this has yet
them. How does it hapen than of yore, und that in tbe :Mi;ses able Price t
against I aboard the Colt this morningin Dale :Mildred i flies become thoroughly parcutd. The been offered to purchasers. The I,.I Telephone orders I
Margaret ONen. Claire, lands have your to F. B.Pen's .
that we don't hear of Roosevelt been cultivated for !
appointing I years '
tiles are then ready for the market and Htables
, Chinese to the office of consultation but bad nothing to Pauline Hickler Kathryn Vincentand and I know what they will produce. Livery Phone 31, or i
h any are sold for a few cents a quart to :Mrs. H. H. HallmarkV, Residence ;
.1 j postmaster or collector in California? give out for publication, as they had Marion Kirby, a quintet of di-alers in birds. who s-ay that there is They will be are sold convenient at a bargain io market on account'of and Phone 354.MERCHANTS. ;
and talent is found which it
I There are many Chinese American arrived at no definite course to be beauty no better food for nightingales robins owner t'lura.ing in other business.For TRANSFER CO. ;
citizens California, good voters would be hard to eqml. and other feathered pets. Only the particulars pries and term*, .

I very inteligeut and law abiding. pursued. -- --- bodies sire used for this purpose, and address NED FAY. MRS. H. II. HALLMARK, Prop.

i therefore before they are sent to market j9i: I'eustcola: Fla. hARRY hALLMARK, Transfer Agt.
; Their rights under the constitution A Cure For Lumbago.W. WILL ASK FOR
--- --- i
r I I the utino-t pains are taken to eec L. .t X, It. K..l'o"I'.an.l P.A A. Dlv.TIII .
are the same as those of any negro. C. Williams of Amherst Va., that all: the wins have been reuoved.Hr !. I REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP.
I., If not, why not? Please txplaiu. !
"For than I suffered THE GASH -
1 says: more a year A Little Bey's Life Saved.I .

TilE moat serious defect in the from lumbago. I finally tried , have a few word to say: regardingCh.imbeilin's
methods of the administration cit Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it I ThA startlins- announcement of a : '
Cough Hemt'dh 1lUIlO'.aIt
justice in our criminal courts is the gave me entire relief, which all At a ni9etin.of the city b.nrvl '"f fj.l'flVf'Qthat will surely lengthen I I II JAt Y GR r\Y
saved my little boy's life and I feel :
tedious delays iiI) common. In New other remedies! had failed to do." health I !s. night; it wa* decided" to life H made by K-Jitor O. H. Downey I that I cannot pnUe it enough. I \ ,

Sold by all druggists and medicine I f Churubu'co Ind. "I wi-h tot
Orleans (
they have jut tried and convicted -
tha council for bought bottle of it from E. .
I petition city a ?ei'- j A. tt a burglar for a crime committed dealers. | 4te," he rite.., "that: Dr Kinsr'sIicovery \\ I I and
end s-um of fjOJ to continue the tf- of Goodwin, ; H. I)., and when I :got
New for is ( lu-ti'.il i I (; .
in December 1'JOl, although Coii-umpti : ltiir.IIl.iiQCtIUl'.i'u -
home with it the could
baby f
poor j
s they caught him in the act and have forts of suppressing th* smilp! >x the iLo-t jnfillible remedy that I
MILTON TO HAVEELECTRIC hardly breathn. I ;gave the medicine i : nll :
ij had him in custody ever since feeding I pest in this i city. R.>p'irts of the i have ever known for Coiuh, Colds 115 direct d f'"PrtI'll minutes until'

( I and careitig for him at the public work accomplished with, the tirt i land (irl. It's i it.valuable: to people "I lirew up" a id "i lion I thought snre' Family, Fancy and Staple

, LIGHTS with weak IUlIl HavinsrthM wonderful he was going; to choke to deuth.Ve '
itI expense. Why was all this delay of appropriation were <:n>imttcLlbl! ] uf
: had to pall the phlegm out of hi- .01. Groceries, *
more than a year? The lawyers: and I which were tmlwhty: !stttactry.rew : med.cint: no one need dread I mouth iu ire-it IIJIJtrin;{*. I am'' ?

1i the court house ollicials make no effort II I i Pr.puinoni i or n-uiiption. Its r- po-nive tit it if I had not got that and All Kinds of 1'p-to-date Fancy

to explain the rea-ons and the A meeting of the progressive! bu-i- t'eniurj O'int irt.Million lief is in-tiut and cure certain." W !! b"ttle of C'lugh medicine, my boy (iood-

'f people are left to foot the bill. II1'S5 men of Milton was held in that are duly fiudinza vrorld I A. I)*AlMiib Mte, I Jl.South Palafox "' w ml i not be on earth today.-JOEL We are Hole Distributors for \Vet
$ of comfort in liuckletiN Arnica })DItIXT. Ill Wood, lowil. For sue I
-- -- i !ctreet guarantees every &I)j and $1.00 Florid-i for tKe Celebrated Cafe du
at which S.Uveit kills tin from l.'irn-
yesterday an org1.nizath1n ,
city p by all dru, ,!;ists and medicine dealer -
THE: pre-ident has appointed a negro 1 I Monde Coilee Sweet Home Moh
and tl
I rat, Cuts iJruises ; eort'l:r.* bottle :givitri bottles free. .
as collector of the port at was perfected and committees I Ulcers and I hVverSor"' ''; cure ErupI I I;I !5C!', lllini and Climax Flours, R yle'-

Charleston, 8. C., a place most important appointed to advertise the tions, Salt Rht-um, HoiNand Frl-ins ; \\nterproonns KooS-i at llomr. MONEY TO LOAN j: Delicate-sen Herman Ain: e r i c a II
I I I Food Co.'; Canned Meats, Etc. Ail
' to all the mercantile inter- removes Corns and Wart-. BfI-t I I base for years us"d xvssfully! a
1 advantages of the place.A Pile cure on earth. Only 2o3. at \\'. dreeing for leather boots and shoes At the Loin Ollice ofV.. K. Meriwetber | of which are old by all flrst-clas-
ests. He has: put a negro iu a place Retail Grocers in the
-i city.
material improvement contem- A. D'AlembTte's drug s'ure, 121 ('fomi.oscil of oil u.lI11..1ia rubber, keepIng 112 South Tarragona street.
t, which compels all the white luf-r- South Palafox street. OUt moisture :and uninjuriousto the You can get any sum of I'
plated i u the erection of an electric money you ( 02-(JO I POUT I'ALAFOX.
l' r chants to meet that negro on terms "" l l-ather applied. K-aving: same soft and miy heed at the lowest rate of"in-i!

.I of absolute equality. The president light plant to be owned by the city NOTICE. pliable. To prepare siiue, heat In an terect. You can ba a-surpd of fair i

"; 't virtually says to all objectors: and a committee will place the matter PE SA'ILA, Fla., Jan. O, 11103. I iron vessel either 1Kb oil. castor oil or business treatment relation ami j strictly confidential PENSACOLAPressing
j7tf ;
"The law declares the negro before the city council at an I For the information of patn-ns of even ttlloto about "r>U degrees I'; I i

; the equal ol any other man. I insist: I schools I directed the thou add. cut Into small: liees.vucan-!
public am by
. early day, asking that body to take Ired or raw india rubber about ono-: I ClubFOR
. .Ii i that he stall be every man's equal. Board of Public In-truction to have DO YOU KNOW
favorable action. fifth of the weight of the oil. gradually 1
: 1 I refuse to recognize any distinction the following circular from the state
stirring: suite with a wooden spatula KEEKMAX LUMBER CO. have i
of race or color." If that were true, For Over hixty Years. superintendent in regard to vaccination tu.tI; the rubber Is completely dissolved a large: stock of dre sed studding i GENTLEMEN.

it would be fanatic but interesting in the oil add to r.iIt color a I
published : ; lastly
MRS. WINSLOW'B HOOT BIN a SYRUP nat and joistGet their price before !I
and honorable, however impractical.But I snail ahitoift of printers' ink. I'our
been used for over sixty years by millions X. B COOK j buyiug. dlG-lin j I

i is: it trut? Suppose that a female mothers for theIr children while teething County Su .('rint '!.df'nt. into a suitable vessel and let l'(>O1. One II I One Dollar Per MonthIn

member of Mr. Roosevelt'sfamily wit b perfect success. It soothes tbe child Vaccination Oruti<'aie K softens tbe gumsallays all pam.cure wind I I cient to th! '>r,'irhy! wJtt'fJINof a pair Advance Membership..
became engaged to marry a colic, and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea Nov. 18, 1902. : of lit'oli or hio 's fur a !'I'a; :
", negro would Mr. Roosevelt remember It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. To County School Boards.Gentlemen | or shoes thus dressr-d will: take con- Solomon's. 'I Clothe Cleaned and Pre'"pd as

'I his views in regard to absolute Hold by Druggists la every pan I : At the sns!pation of ) with the I often as desired. Your Clothes
sl.oebl.tcklitg greatest
iron ;
cqualitVould he apply to a cise of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle State Health Oilber Hr.J. Y. Port r, -I! cent for and delivered Call at
facility.S'lcutilk! ; : American.
: South
He sure you ask for"Mrs.WID low'B Sooth- your uttentlon is called to the c< in- i I 'JJz Palafox and Join the
i _
himself the flue
to generalities
I near log bjrruw and take DO other kind. plaint that there H con-iJt-rabl-- I Valentines \i! Club.

which he applies to white men in evasion of the B.>urd of Health's I J'CZ'f ', NO CTItK, NO PAY < I II

the Boutb? No he would notl "Dee trlck Skule at opera house regulation perUiningto vicciniti; Your druggist 110111 refund your money ItPA |i I Laiiss' Fiaia! Skirts! a Specially

Every mau knows that, right or Tuesday night, Feb. 3J. It is important f<>r th'* success of th. / ) OIN1MKNT: fniin to cure Kluijworm' I
-- ---- schools: and for the publ c welfare d Yours for Neatness,
wrong, there does exist a race prejudice :, T tter. Old Ulcers and t4or. Pimples andHlackh.ad. t ffi! Mardi Gras
We will launder your spreads foi thit the; inot thorough an I hearty i : ., on the dice, and all fckin dis
iu this country. Everybody 15 ceutd each and make them look 1 co.oppratt"1 be extnl' d by every cuss. ft Cents. G. W. IRWIN.Hot
knows that Mr. lioosevelt would like star Laundry.Hood's | school om iLl: and teacher'to the I .

eoluttly forbd a marriage :: I health authuntifs in the f-ufoice- "DpFilrick'kule" at opera house
ab-I I '- merit of their rt q'iiremeuts. Tuei-d.iy night! Ft-bru iry :3J. Goods !
.j negro and a member of his own ;
I For these realms you are directedto Chocolate with
" ily. He would n.t for one moment j I i Sarsaparilla instruct te-ichf-r -ubordinute" : Hot Chocolate with
I admit that his ( officials Whipped Cteum at iioloI :;; Whipped Cream, at Solomon's. -
hesitate to : objection controlling the scr.ooN: in !
j Has won success far beyond the if feet Oar Stock is now ready. Val .
to the match was based upon race I. i i all cities town and vill.igt-s! to require I mon's I 'I
: of advertising only. that certific itof vaccia:: itioti entities of all shape, sizes and i '
: prejudice. You might praise the :1I
ne'I'I The secret of its wonderful popularity or of exemption from vaccination b- : I
I ; gro fiance, you might even prove J Jj is its 1 presented by every pupil! and further VALUABLE CITY LOTS. price Kentiment-il and Comic. i iI!, STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEIVnhtcnla
j J that negro to be the moral equal ;>f explained by unapproachable that thee certiflsdte- b? acc-pftd I,
I : Abraham Lincoln and superior Jerif.Ba I only when signed by the chy health -- Mardi Gras fiupplirs, such as ;, -

: mentally to Mr. Roosevelt himself ed npon a prescription which officer or an luithoriz-d at!,-nt .)f the Of the i, Jl'rWl'f'n and "lIlun-nllal
' State Board of Health rin certificate large number of lots recent- Wire Paper and Character

jet he would say : I furbid the' cured people considered i incurable. of no other agnnt hould be accepted -''ly purchased by Mr. 0. M. Pryor Ma-ks Cambic and Silk Domino -i Kiinn Daily licrpi Sunday,

'I: I match because be i is a black man. Hood's Sarsaparilla in lieu of that of an authorized and placed on sale to desirable pur- "CITY OF TAMPA."

I Doe anyone doubt tbi? Certainly health official. I jcba'*>r;., many have been sold, but [ Mark, False Heard and j
Then bow it Unites the best-known vegetable remedies Yours truly I _jv Milton ... 8:311m Lvl'ontucola.l: ,
be said '
! not. can that W.M. N. UEATS. some of the choicest are still held by Wigs, Costume Bell*, Guld and UPt'D8&cfla.IIJlam Ar MIlton .. i.Mipm
! the president h sincere iu his: attitude : by such a combination, proportion State Supt. Pub. Instruction.TO .
i | Pare.**; Round trip.Si1.
,! ; toward the negro question In and process as- to Lave curative him.He will! sell to actual settlers on Silver Braid, Fringes: and I

I' the Sooth in his refusal to recognize power peculiar to itself. CUUK A COLD IN O.NK lAY most favorable terms as he is determined Spangles. Call early and select -I .

1 race prejudict? It is not that he is IU cures of scrofula, eczema, psoriasis Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All to build up this property. JEWELER IN HIS
outfit. We will
, druggist refund the money if It falls to I your lay
, 10 solicitous to see negro equality and every kind of humor, as wella
. established and catarrh and rheumatism cure. R. W. Grove's.sigoature U on tach Do you want a magnificent watch them aside I
: an practical fact -prove box. !:.c. for you until
but be is desirous of securing the for little money? If eo, call: oc I NEW STAND
Hood's Sarsaparilla A jnarantetl Cure' for Pi>" the needed.
olid support of the colored con S'ephens j-weler. He will accommodate I -

: tingent 111 the next national con the best blood purifier ever produced.Its I Itching mind Rift-ding or Protruding YIJU.i I

: ; Roosevelt I is: not benefit cure! of dyspepsia, logs of appetite Piles. Your dru? lst "ill refund your i Hot French Waflos with II t I have moved my jewelry store to
and that tired make it thegreatet : iLooeyif r. zo OINTMENT fails to cure : :
foelicjr 120 South Pulafox formerly occupied -
; jug the condition of the negro aud t.eknows and you. iO cents.Tables. Florida <-aue Syrup at COE'S BOOK STORE.
, I! stomach tonic strength- by Bass &: Co., and am now
Tin re is not the slightest S..lomon'
t it. ''.
restorer the world has ever know n. i the 'J13 Son it. 1-al.kfox than to
of qliaiitjfor I I street, better prepared ever give
doubt that the hitss: are goiug; to I
rule the bouth and be knows tba Hood's SarsaparillaIs Dining room, library, hall : (.": l' S ':',' 0 R ::: _i I PEN'ACOLA, FLORIDA. great bargain*in diamonds,watches,
fc- ritb 1.i: J.j I y H.iI AziI : Call and
I & & J.tI'I jewelry etc. and see me
frcm the N. Y Jour- parlor at Marston
too.-Adpttii a thoroughly good medicine. Beginto $ 3c .
take it TODAY. Get HOOD'S. ; I 'J.'ry Candies at let me convince yen.
"Jl l.t I Quina's. I / &L; 1 Solumon'a. J. I. STEPHENS.

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POLITICS ANDPOLITICIANS 4Y.& Q..NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; ..."
S. J. f SHEE.Vlce-P..sldent; JOHN PFEIFPER A.i't Cfthitr. I: ':'
.J Monday & =, 11: .

Magnificent AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF it;,.. :,.

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Advance And now it is said the Hon. Bob. Designated Depository of the United States. i, Ji i > 1 .1

Davis will be in the senatorial ract I .
Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25. 1902. : f", _!
J Showing ofWHITE If thi-Jis: true it will makeWeat Flor- !
,7 sas 5 ida the determining k r I
d,52525 and if the politicians of that Loans and Discounts...................... $442,92184 Capital Stock ............................. 200000.00) :i F+
,..,..,.--- "'- fight, Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured.2,301.17 Surplus ...... .............. .... ............ 20,000.00 r _' '.
heretofore neglected end of the state 0. B. Bonds and Premiums.............. 213,806.87 Undivided Profits..... .... .... 5,690.34 .,.', ..
are wise they may be able to make Stocks, securities, etc... .................. 2,62500 Rediscounts............................... 10,287.61 : ; )
some advantageous trades. With Furniture and Fixtures................... 6718.48 Circulation.................... .... .... ..... 125.000.00 'u It!i iI
GOODS I sections R. Stamps............. ........... ...... 6582 Deposits .................................... 461,504.35 : .
':61; the eastern and middle Cash Exchange........................ 1S3.943.12 f' ;;t. ,
votes split up as Taliafero Stockton, ,. ',. ". .!. ',
Jennings and Davis, and:perhaps x:''

:\: Frank Adams will be able to divideit Total......... .... ....................... 1822,382.30 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... .......... 822382.30 i 1 j.'

West Florida can control the sit ,This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give y;' :
Marshaled Into a Dazzling DisplayA uation. your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. .l" ,I'B.

Your Attention ,
Inviting e Nothingdefinlte hasyet been givenout ,

a as to who is to succeed Lamar as '

attorney general,but if the governor H. FAIRCHILD, l Ij W. & CO TG. w. & coY"; ;.
feastyour eye-take advantage of early and exclusive rcD.6. .t :
would be wise, be will offer it to a !
00ME is of thousand npon thousand of yards of snowy whiteness t71'80LBTER3R: : ::
ai raved for your inspection and profit. To those who man from the west. There is lots of \ .
know what OUR ADVANCE SHOWING MEANS no word hEtce available timber lying around loose, 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. j\1:! 1 ; ,!

, --.1rf'. To those uninitiated we say, COME join in the throng, and "Barkus is willing" in most! aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a I ISpecialt1. 1r
it will be a pleasure beyond your expectation; you will go away .
plt-a-pd. not only by the graudure of the incomparable qualities, i cases. I 1 :

but with tile satisfaction of having made your purchases at a saving. ( So Kirkpatrick got the appoint- .. ___ Phone 405. I r! 4OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION 1 Io

ment as clerk of the criminal court R. K. WHITE, I EMBROIDERIES !nEver.v Width!
1 of Escambia county. Shine had the : o 1'tblgns in atc. Sets. Specially.
TAKE A LOOK eAT Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler tod .
endorsements of the Bar, but Kirk. I"
,: and Graduate Optician, ..>> Venice Band an>lMacdallA08.all tizea and Widths. I Iq ,'
I patrick: was urged by the political lVhtteC'reanandArabian.. '
OUR WINDOW i leaders. Nut! Sed. M Keith PiUfoj St., PCMMOU,FU

._- ---- -- -- --- --- QUKImmenspftocIt of Wblle Goods and Ginghams la now ready and we !'I" I
For a few of the many Beautiful Styles Dame j -- Union de- await your pleasure The Assortment la larger,the Htyles and j I
visit the
for should
Some of the candidates marshal If you adQ
. Bpringin Shirt Waists and Waist Material?. : ; seem to pleased drop in at Goldrinir' No.3saloon. vanreoftheprceoRottooaedCotton Fabrics. YOU REAP THIS BENEQ' V
was said of them last week, and FIT HERE. ) I-. ".
( You will receive a hearty welcome :1
-- -- -- --- --
( some did not. It's like the result of and find the choicest brands of liquor I ', I t
( 4't
India Linens, Persian Lawns, Mercerized f I( the election, one will like it and the kept in thflcity.A.H.Moore I'j t A Great Collection of the Very Popular "Ox'ordi" aud Basket ,!:l lI ,

1\ rest wont. As predicted another I ****** Cloths" for Waists. jR**** '; j

Pique, Satin Damask, Pique Cords and 1 candidate for marshal: has shown up. ,"- "':''- v --v -- .. '

Capt. Jim Keeling will be in the ;

Madras Waistings, Imperial Long r; race, and the others will have in Jima } ) White Goods.

Cloths Dimities and Nainsooks f :, foeunu worthy of their steel. NEWS NOTES (If"j:I French Lawns French Oigandie, French Nainsooks, English (:; "Ic .
c: Nainsook, Long Cloths, India Lawn, Persian Lawns, (

wSwiss, Etc.:: '<1 T <( ; There have been persistent rumors L.-.. ....__.. titi '--A--' .. ; Dimities, Cheek Nainsook Jones Cambric Linen Io
that either Mr. J. M. Muldon or the Lawns, Linen Cambic Dotted Swisses, any Q f ,-
---------- (( Hon. T. E. Welles would be a candidate Chicago commer- thing you want in White Goods !

TilE LINKS ARE FORMING;HE COMMAND WILL BE for Mayor, but it does not appear cial man well known here, is at the ctd ask for it, we have it. .

I that there is any foundation Merchants. :
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for the rumors. It is known to the Henry W. Thompson of Bagdad;: ii t '
j\\ well-informed, however that anoth- at the Merchants. This gentlemanwill 50 pieces Mercerized Chambrays, 1 (\r
Ii MONDH.Y jl plain and striped 15c value > VC { ..
) gentleman is being quietly groomedfor perhaps be initiated into the ci 8 'f .

: t-0 FALL IN-DON'T LET THE SUMMONS GO UNHEEDED the mayorality handicap, and Elks next week.

l; i )' the ground felt over in his interest Timber men at the Merchants l l: Just Received Ladies''Belts and Golf Gloves. H f 1 .: "
! His name cannot be made public f
hotel today are J. H. Fuller of Nad-
just now, but this much if he enter, ( j ,
awah, E. L. Moore and T. R. Millerof
IW. J. & B. FORBES. he will make it a race from start to !
I River Falls, J. M. Ackley and D. < '
wire and will have the backing to j
Green Watson & Co
provide for torch-lights, brass-bands, C. Simpson of Mobile, and H. E. i\\\.

-===:::::::=-=- : =:=: =: =:=:::= =:==:=: =: =::=: =:: of :Shivers: of Herbert, Ala.
and the etceteras galore an up-to-I i
-. date, swift campaign.Is I The advertisement of W. R. : .1III:6.: w. & CO;TJ G. w. & CO;= B'w

D. HALE WILSON, I wether announcing his closing\Ieri-J w

the city to be bonded: for improvements !. of furniture at buyer's own price,

: or not? Thh question made it appear that the s lie would .. ...e..e.o+..e..C+g..e+...... Nee00eeeeNs .!
Real Estate and Rental Agent :i promises to cut some ice iu the next take place at 112-114 South Palafox .. ,

j i city campaign, unless the bonds are street when it should have been .

1a'"utlt: '. : Pal.ifov Street, voted before that time. This maybe South Tarragona street us nearly: SACRIFICE SALE I IOF ;1-: : i

a double-edged sword and the everybody knows however where : I
: politicians should look at it well before I the popular furniture man has been i. O ".

l grabbing hold: too vigorously. located for; a long time the mistake I. fi

I AC 1\ If \J\JU\J\J\JUVJ\J\J\JVU7\ i The last: city campaign was foughton I in location makes no diflerence. i: i :eU-GGIES i

'i d t1fig i i IIIIIII tt i r r IL the Issue of public improvements.. This correction is made for strangerswho ;

{ and the fellow that shouted the are looking for something( for 0A i

,: loudest and promised the most won. nothing.We ....AT THE.... -,!

The improvements are still "out ofsight1 cannot but notice the busy air '

iONLYc. and this leaves a chance for I pervading the Merchants hotel at i BEERS'; CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.|

'another campaign on the same this season. We are told that the .
fca promises.' The electors may perhaps available
large annex and all other '
: demand some guarantee that <:i '
rooms are tilled now every night I have accepted a position as general manager of the extensive J.\
TWO DAYS I the improvements promised will be and in some instances: desirable business of Win. Johnson & Non and Ml'ST clone nut my entire 9 .!-

I made, and this would make it inter guests are turned away because stock Vehicles before February 1. If you want a Buggy, thiis ,ti
::5 esting. the OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME t $buy one at your own J .
I there is no room to assign them. .f
s price. I have a very fine assortment, and me first comers will get 0
This would cause many a man in the choicest bargains.: .
Bo far no opposition to Tax Col- charge to wear a worritd look but : Respectfully, HEX H. IIIIIMCS. :
T TQ T rBELVI I t mT lector Oerting is in sight. Dan Reillywas Chief Clerk Bell seems to take the 0 0 .

> spoken of as a probable candidate situation as a matter of course and ONeNNOMNNNssNN............................: .i

: but this has been positively goes about his duties in the best of .J

denied by Dan himself, and that good humor. He admits, however .
"o that they are not kicking about dull

-: DEGINNING) ; ; HONDAY, February 2d, I'puts an end to that.- times. DR. J. H. MOCK : : "

and continuing through Tuesday Treasurer Daily is also still without '!. ; : ,

c: the .>d!, when the Sale will positively close. an have opponent grown,to but a the size city that deposits makes A Physician's Tests. DENTISTS F .

them desirable, and a fUht for the ..

I office of treasurer with its' princely
.,.'b: Stock remaining on hand at Close of salary i' not unlikely. iii;

-::: Sale will be shipped away. So this will be i Cri;ht'8 Disease and Dinbctcs 28% S. Palafox Street, 3 Old Armory Building. I

:Iur Lust Chance to get Household Goods WEDDED EARLY Arc Positively! Curabls.Jnflio j I! CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.1TASACOLA .

'v.. !

'C'f:1 l Henry S. Toote a former mcmhor rl I -- i 1
CUr Statu" Suprt-me Court Comniisclon: and one
After the 3d of I will en. i o! the best known jurists on the Coast, make } ;
:,, Judge Walter Tate was aroused at I the ollowlcg certificate: S'\\ DeSill'a &CO. ;'ty :

la gage exclusively in the Loan his room at Hotel Escambia early I "I 1m asked w, cprtlfy the following arti Awell ; : <1
t known In anise '
pbyalcian practice put two \ .
b this morning by a pounding of the \ \\ t Manufacturers and Dealers lo i j
v: Business at : cars of Bright; t Disease" ted one of I)!>IA.I>on tho i' ,l,
what Fuaoo Cumimundi. lie Ii tiling the rrnu'ti! ihouidIt I p
his door. Asked ;
'lD bell boy on I known but fur profi",iiuntl! reasons wlthont bit !I Sash Doors Blinds : ,'
_> 1
was wanted, the boy stated tnat a I namt. As the tv.aM are.o squarely' opposed by a*1 '.
ill 114 South Tarragona St. ,
g = i medical orl.s..l was asked to !me down stairs wanted to ; Shingles
gentleman the f"cu.which I did and I and sad a-rUfy tfolium. < -- .
Ites see the Judge particularly: and fmmediately. I : (I II' = I II -1; i r1 !
Anolctioolphr! ot IIOqll .t! O'" ., : .
': I'! hog and niillity.. liai jut ttMPd tint foltun I Builders' Materials
.. ,, aol\'I ;
foUOd I I,i Caw-No. l-.I"T,,cliri>ucHrVM! plrarr! :n \
Judge Tate hurriedly dressed and a'buiifnur'a drnp.y. etc : ImiU ."ol>n cimoM to
j I I bur-tng.! t.uai tri-atim-nt ulthout r*.nlt. fndrr Brick and lime.'i.
W. R. Meriwether.J.l1 went into the hotel oflle, where he I fir: Compound the dr p-v dl'appf arrd In thirty daj a.i i
i, and last of tlif a'hnnirn' In "J i. Turrd.i "
: met J. J. McBryde and Miss Edna ,i C So.2-Mr. \I.chronic l1rII'M' !)!<* oe of 5 Tolojolxono No. 11. .
I y'.n' Mundtnc; *.ultJ-n farce, drolly rte In' : '
.rra, ailniwD ri-.lucrd a bait and a few wrrk i
Lane of Greenville, Ala wno want- --
< I lHt>*r 'hODl O down to a trafe and drucey entirely it"MONEY
gone fatlrnt IniMeJ 'e was wea and left fur aneitendi'd citiw NO""CEM. I
ed to be married. Judge Tate was inclined trip. (roo early. It !i believed, for JH.Tmanrccy - YOn
) ; 'I TO LOAN 1
... v to defer the ceremony, but taw ho.S-Mr*. F., Chronic diabetes; phr.'cJanItatu : captain,owners :
.... of Its
typical n'f'nt. I ever Urst Ma atRtb8 e' the 1
the couple were insistent ana Judge <}*>. pain! dl kpp.. >arMl and engar rreai'ne B<%- be responsible
- -- and report: MUEST reduced Lalf: : Improvement o by the the most reasonable terms and
.\ (.01)11 married them In a characteris- vooderrul; sugar K tune!sea every test crew of said vetiei I
| liKiOMMBMlATlON.I I went to Pryor'a furniture houseon Tate Asked "Lat'Prrrnt.lle are caraMf by tbetaConfounds. CH\S. EUWAHH-. without publicity.: ,1it
Hi' p'lyniclaa replied: "I don know,
C 'I 'ln"t1cfd" that the sale of West Government street and tically Impressive way. but It mutt be lar.e nearly a hundred. If my owe boutberlaDd.lQnesCo.Coneigneee. Captain.jlt J. W. BULLARD. ;
:aiu's Stomach and Liver eases are any erlbrlon." ;
/1 furnished my entire house for Just The couple left Greenville last "AttMf I7f"iY S Foorm. 2&'a South Palafox, Up-Stairs.
'almost to those EIT H KB tbe captain ownen
invariably f2?Montgomery St.tan f ranrlico
*'* ive nice used them."s.iysMr. one-half of what I expected to pay. night and arrived early today. They Asked wbat lielndltld ally thought of It.Jade dttN ,consignees of the Hal bark J. A. WILSON Manager. d
J H Fnote replied: -1 am talKSed 1141 cure Lat ban whl be responsi -
"f W'r.' a prominent UrucRHt i I It was a surprise to me, and I don'tknow went to Hotel Escambia and made luund.< for debts contracted by
l"- >, 1I'o'I'a.'hat better I remained einjjleso the crew of said
reci.til why long.
, known their desire to be married at MwMcal works agree that nriffht's Dlsene vessel.a.. LeACGE U.
"n could any medicine 1 I the and DlabetM are Incurable,but 87 per cent are To ",,'Ier. taptata.rott .
' I'r: p-ople to call for it once. After the ceremony couple positively recovering tinder the Fulton Cflm-
w' d .,fUll a remedy? fry I DR. F. E. BRUCE with a nniLbpr of friends who arrived pounds (Common forms or kidney complaint -- --- ji
! and rn<*umatlsm nfTer but short re'i-tanre ) 1
"i 1f >(.I! dull after eat- with them had breakfast and Price II Joe the Bripfafg Dlvasesrdll.jil for CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S ,
\\ I ; John J. Fulton Co.,
II 'ivt u had hate in I tie IXatx-tlc! Jompound.: ,
j remained over for an indefinite s:ay. St..SaD Franc.sco.Boia compoandf -
Has returned and resumed 43): Montgcmery
Lll'u* have practice.
, w 'n tr.iuMfd-i with (tnustit noup-- I i It is stated that it was a clandestine rs.pamphlut)iff tea's niiileJ made Irca.f r patit:itj. 1fticriptiTe No. 30 South Palafox street, f if your Ii

4 .' t: 'l y"u .ire rErtaintfbl'd". 1 Office 21: ,, Government St., wedding but the two will return electrical work. He i h prepared to p thtie photography, : '

II .1 1\\1. i U tli", prompt rt'lif'fwhi'h Salisbury: Building.Tolophono to Greenville and make that HANNAH BROS. do you a flrstcla8job at moderate
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8i-:; meJiciuce For ale J altu.by all diu riuj 145. place their home. Sole Agents for Permcola. pricts. Phone 203. 204))% S. Palafox Street. .


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I The juice of a lemon squeezed into a fin
Uncle Sam says it's sponge will cleanse and sweeten it. : 1 BDDIANE SHOE MAKER

White paint when dirty should be ; j ,
all right washed lii ciilk. Colored paints mayalso

be treated lii the same way. ::a; Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes,; I.enther.F: Indin?!.

KeJ'Cnl'Till Lrass better
TJnrte Sam In the person of ten of his government offldals. I Is 11ft yIB ehtrw of every THOSE 514. 007 SOUTH PALAKOX STKKKP.J. .
| department of our uisullrrjr. During the entire process of distillation alter the whisker than rn',st of the pastes and ixiwdtrs
Is stored in barrels in our warehouses during the seven years it remains there,from the specially recoinmendtd for the purpose.HoacLea -
very grain we buy to the whiskey you gel Uncle Sam is constantly on the watch We dare
Dot take a gallon of our own whiskey from our own warehouse unless be says it's all right have a great objection to '6
And when he does siy so.that whiskey foes direct to you with all its original strength richness naslacted: lime! and a few pieces of MILK CONDENSING C DUBUISSOX BROTHER
of I'CIUTYand AGK. and Saving the dealers' enormous profits. That's why this i laced in their haunts will generally I OUXEK TAUUAGOXA I) 1XTKXDEXCIA SsTHKKIs.;
HAYNEK WHISKEY U the best for medicmal purposes. That 5 why it is preferred for them .
other uses. That's why we have over a quarter of a million satisfied customers Tt&Vs keep away.In
why YOU should try It. Your money baik it you're not satisfied studying to obtain the effect cf I Dealers in

space! In small rnuuis it is a good plan

Direct from our distillery to YOU to <'0\cr the walls of two rooms to I <" Choice Staple and Family Groceries

match. This gives a greater feeling of
""""" Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too to
many entr!
Sim Dulirs Profits Prunls Adulttntlon I rpaeeA Pet 4-g.
and Warranted to be the Best the Market Afford* and can I).
woman who IDowS-ft least she Relied
During t
oucht to. as t-he demonstrated the fact Brand Holidays and will Deliver Free to any I'art of the City

says that a Riuerous handful of salt
thrown on a gasoline: stove in flames EvaporatedCream

will extinguish! the fire. P.O. Box326.
. J. E.
Duhuisson & Oro
To remove marking ink from linen
PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLO RYE paint the mark with a solution of IMtas.iuni > PHONE 66.'f
PnU1ily raceM51 ',
applied with a camels hair roes farthest tickles the ahate! .

liru A FULL $0:2$ EXPRESS smoothly trom the can. most appetizing -
the linen should be will rinsed in cold mast: nounshire.
The above cap label on all our
wu{('r. .A. : .A.
QUARTS PREPAID brands its integrity is an insurance purity and policy skillful!for .v'erySUCCESSOR

flnzIieiio'd r.M'lnnmy. preparation. Insist upon your

'1 We will![ r'nd< you FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLE of ItA Y "ER' SEVENYtAKOLU The Li 'h. -t i.i-i,-o.l f.IIJ is not always dealer and see giving that jou our label Pet Brand is on ( TO VERY t WOOLKOLK-
', :z ll\ 1:; lor f J,30. and ue .ill pay the e-ipress charges. Try it and Take substitute.
*1_ if you don't 1in.1lt all right and us good as you ever used or can buy from time b, >t from a nutritive standpoint! can. no IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
I anybodY e.e' at any price send It back at our expense and jour W.SO will be for ;: i4.. ri ()f ojMcrs at Z;.i cents con-
returned to you by next mail. Just think that offer over. How could it be HELVETIA MILKCONDENSING
. lair f' If iOU are not jiertectly s.itKtled you are not out a Cf>nt. Better let tai s i.. more nutriment than a quint: HARDWARE.
.;'r us "lid voa a trI order. If you don't want four quarts yourself pet a of i: u ..l'> i'- iits. I CO.
.? friend t J j JIB \\' ship in l..m staled .
. you. a c''''e no marks to show whafs
: Inside. T le w-'ll t'r\11 serve yourself Eigliland Illinois or

orders for Arl?.,CaL.COl..Idaho, Mont.KPT.. N.Mpt. Ore..Ulan.Wach. th.! '! v' it tin markets ii poixm and Iron, !\ail;;, AX('1. t'hovrlw Mill and Steamboat:
orvo.. raust M on th<> IKIMS i of 4 Cuarti for 8-1.00 I.T Jxpre", ,.. ,r* C !Supplies Cooking and He.Uing Moves, Paint, Oil
I'rtiiuIJ or ::O quart fur lC.Oo by Freight I'repald. le rn ,,"WI'l' the \\a .l ::tKxls can be obtained
Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
for the least n.omy.C'rtaiii ---- ---
trite our nearest office and do it NOW. stipiiHi's! which are essential Agate and Tinware and Ilouserurmshini U J ioK:

; ; THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY to (,\I'r)' hoUM'hold. such as sugar; t'.our Henily For Him.
.1 ice, fuel, and s-o on. fluctuate slightly "Tllt.yl'UC not engaged very long '!
ATLANTA- GoDAYTON.. OHIO ST. LOUIS, MOo ST. PAUL. MINN. '" Revere Giant: Stitched Belting, Northampton Etntrv
from month to month but the little jrastroruiiuic wore t bey:
'-< M; DJSTILLKBF Tuor. 0. ESTABUSHKD IBM I. Wheel Co., Iiftin & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kifsomine. -
4 surprises which lend variityto ()Ii. n >. ItI'III't nect'!' ary. She
Iron Kin!? and Buck Stoves and Ranges, \Vm
( our bill of fare and make our food had enough clothes loft from previous ; Coups A Co.'ri Raw HiJe Lace Leather, Masury'sMade

L41 I appetizing are variable in price and often 'UBixrnit'Uls to fill six trunks."-Chlcajjo Railroad Colors.

obtainable only by the buyer who lU-cord-IhTiilJ.
: Teach rhililrru to Re ( Iirrrful.Clfililnn I \"".p'it icl1itiUI AttacU.Helt III person.It Masonic Temple 1 Pensacola FJIJ. \.

E 1 shonl.l lie I'ticouruKttl to cultivate in his "Xa turn list! In Nicaragua" goes
I is well to have one grocer in whom Consolatory Tkongtit.
chttrftliKM hi order that their draws attention to the methods of attack .
, G'rtrude-Isu't that fur boa
one has full confidence from whom! to very
. mlnl and Uvlios dovolop lii hoaltliful11 used by ill'l'rentll'Ci's\ of wa ps'l) purchase most things. Yet, after all uncomfortable round your nock? A. VAN PELT. J. c. VAN PELT
- -1 ,; 11 nd htUUIdlihl brought;: up One accustomed to animals and not
I one pays for the privilege for a trip E\lline-TerriLly uncomfortable. But
, mld chwrlos iKjsltions will be man takes care to crawl down the out- down Grocer street will often reveal a It Is very expensive fur. don't you VAN PELT BROTHERS
}. t to Imitate them while the child
prone inserting
\ I fcta tiding hairs to the skin before considerable difference even in the priceof know.Boston TranscriptOf ,
:..! cultivated In an atmosphere of home Its sting, while others which "

Buushine will naturally reflect many I live in the midst of human dwellings so called "constants. More Importance.Mrs. GARDEN STREET GROCERS,

happy lovable tjualities. Teach the fly straight at a man's face. The first Calls-I understand your bus-

'i' child by jour own example rather thanprecept I species true to inherited instinct. when The Smart Girl. band is a bear on 'change? Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of
To the city or girl who wishes: ,
the charm that lies la happy country
it attacks unfamiliar human beings attaches Well he Is but
Mrs. perhaps ,
smiles mill the sweetness: that rests in itself to their hair or their to acquire the trademarks of the really STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
'I he's the meekest kind of a lamb at
I ,
j smart girl the best advice to ofTtT is
; Liud words if you want him to grow boards. But there must have been a home.-Chicago News.

I up with beautiful characteristic traits. time when the second species discovered this"Study: yourself and watch every well Fruits, Nuts, and all the Ddicacacics of the Season.
F.rautiftd of cheerfulness "
examples aroalrtiu
; I that the face was the uilucrablel XotblnJ Doing.

, the rarest things;: in life althoush:: l and the discovery; was the outcome I bred woman you maCti"The Can\lssl'r-I'\'e a book here I'd like i Our Goods: are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the

they are the tw.xt turessary for Humanwelfare. of the action of brain. !i really smart girl is chic but never -
to show
Best Freshest
you. I
I ; IVople are soMip|'ed up in I ; loud in her dressing.. ; Sh Is well Busy Man-I've a bulldog in the next ,

I themselves! they f ir;:et t., -ulti\at' tilovely .> groomed but always natural; she keeps
lira Color In Uatllr.The Vooru I'd like to show you. Boston
with the but VAN PELT BROTHERS
qualities of u.IIi"lillt.'hidl in touch IlrC"aili1nwolps I
: number of si-ldier* fclaiu in battle Transcript ;
is never a ulave to fashion, and by lit I ,
IK.MT the fnruit blo>M>ms of happi' depends a ;great deal on the color: of :: I

. ness. Whate wai.t i is more self wor- I their uniforms. The.more tMUspicuousthe :I tie tricks of carriage and bearing distinctive The W'irt.l r'orin Ii i, TELEPHONE NO. 231. .
7 thiII'sS md l.4 ,If I.rti.hI' ht Iiiiet and jacket the better the mannerisms which are Il(>\f'r Multitudes are singing the prai ps

target and 'oii.-e.juciitly the greater eccentric and the careful selection of of Kodol, the new di-covery whichis
.,,t accessories for her costume hhall you
euiiivany ':'iiiiI.-r. the mortality. Ked: attracts the eye I. i making so many sick people well The Star

("uiipuuy I..IHKTS Itelons; tu the Mil- I most readily, and t\\l.1U1t'll wearing i I know She her.is the girl who studies; herself and we >k people strong by digestingwhat Laundry,

gar.'t' can lidS we please amon that color are killed. to se\en in rillejireen
afterward. I they eat, by clean=in? and
first and the fashion plates
tlm'spln'aJs a chiM. 'but whencompany or sis in "'ue or fiill either the and Biggest Busiest Best I
; must be niee I She selects frocks that suit her but sweetening stomach by .
I t-eaies we very brown ,
blue-gray or trty.-I.ouo1uu- that transforming their food into the I
herself into
I .' will catch it when never forces gowns
they are
"I'1' bCTS. I kind of pure, rich, red blood that
;1 : jront-I": The suptrtieiality of cuuipanymanners are unbecoming solely because some makes you feel good all over. Mr?.

il makes tliuu easily detected.Uneo'jsciously l'hllu."I.by0..1.. ... and ;Mudern. I thoughtless modiste assures her that Cranfill. of Troy, I. T., write: Fora

; they will jirove thoiuwUos "Kpictetus said all philo-ophy lies in i such and such styles are "good" for this number ot years I was troubled They Speak

i n mask trying to cover' a lack of two wi.td.s. 'f'l>lraiu' and 'abstain.Vcii. .' '' : season.-Washington Star. with indigestion; and dyspepsia

real retimwmlleUt.Vlaii each member' "\ Lpictetus may hate !had it fig I I .' which grew into the wor,t form.
A. Good nil Droloen.I Finally I induced to Kodo
u A
of the htiUM-hold is "i-spw-te to say mired out all riht ii his day, but in I i was
I "We mIght as well consider onr engagement !' and after u'ingfour bottles I am en
"'I'leasiin askin? souiethin?:: and a the-tf times philosophy Stems to be for Tileries !W
I as broken, Iteginaht"I tirely cured. I heartily recommend
ITiichms! "Thauk JDU:" for little fa\ors. pretty lully( expn-s-ed' in the two words don't see why. Your father said i Kodol to all suffers from indirectionand

when tl ey (U> not fcrp t to sia; kindly l 'g.ili:: : and 'I'l'llill.Chitago KccorJUerald. : postponed." dy ppp.i:1. Take a dose after We let the Khirt, Collars
"'(iiHHl ni;:Utr' aiul a pleasant " Tostnoned until arrive at yearsof and Launder for
i you we !speak
:.:::r they will have r.i iliiticnUy Klin lithfrilunc-. Pharmacy: John Shepard,
discretion and. in your case: Iteggy, Kahn. themselves. They will talk louder
i'I acHuirin:. gentle maniurs thct will tnd r.cw." ssld lYofev-or Longhunjrer Sidney
know what that means.
theiu wl'lllll'l'ol.hpn' i dear you l.aawecin. We want to be judged
i' ::111I1' as truly as lie greeted Mr. Henry Peck, <

;-OM1 home training I is l.-ukin;: there will "what shall we make of jour little boya I Ii Georges Kind I'ermUiiion. I Jf udjin's, life fBfsor oc.Cured more by the work we do than by

l |I "Mary, her father called downstairs I -- -- -
make the character iuharmotiiou.s and
for it? 1! "Just ask your young man If he doesn't O.ft. BT Xl.X IL.St.ars .
( Jusuflii-ntly built. ,. "I know lie has." replied the male think it's pretty near bedtime." the ta Iitd( Esas&roI I I
!! ,
r ) "he inherits it fioui !his moth : ; :1 ALL WORK c. o. D. Mimi Free
I.c. a.ul 12iro2l. pr'rciit; cs. papa" replied the sweet girl I l ? # Goods Called for ail ,

\ Six drops ..f olive oil u-eil evtry third er-ehuoiuiter.: after a pau:
I nlsht t.) mmmssig.' the lower fa111I.1 I sleepy go to bed by all means."-Toledo -

throat \nllll':,;' 1I'ptlr the fit:.t tlinutnnd The Siixuuf'H I'or..luullnj:... I JI :,'\!. of Rheumatism WALKER INGRAXAM: Manager.
The regarded the first white ,
1 chin wrilll.!-'.; that nil wunu'nlrend. savage ::

I < Iso the tips of the liuccrs amid 111:111: thoughtfully."If Ore hundred and fifty thousand -

I \ stroke the oil in gently jet tirlllly.I I try to tight; him" he saM. "be! I dier.pass thrwigh Waterloo : 1'01-\\ For the benefit of suffering humanity -

I Leave it on o\er nm'it washing it off in ixttTiniuate: mime, ami if I try to ll\e London yearly.STATEOFOIIIOCITYOFTOLEDOj. I d..-*irt! to state that I suffered WICKE' & CO.

-I the I:" riiirj with Lot water and witu-- in peace vitli him he will! cheat mo out s-verely with Muscular and hciaticRheumatim ,

'1. !\ out s"p.' I f it I is found that every of e\iT.vthius' and I111 s-tarvo ti I | *. : for five year During-
fl ijtmth.Vbat chance have I got1'- LUCAS COUNTY. j that time tried various remedies ,
I ti third night keeps; the skin a bit too oily
: I FRANK J. CHKXEY makes oath well as the prescriptions of several Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
' 'j I the in'rrtlmay be a little! lengthened.; Chicago;: lost. _ : I I
which afforded
physicians me ,,
r | that he is Lie senior partner of the I very ,
buk C)ut for Fe\rr. little, if any rplief. The pain in my i I

$;1' tllltm'ni nil::;.. Hilfonsness and liver disorder tar firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing I back, hips and legs was agonizing < No. i South Palafox Street

To prepare\ 1ltUH'all.nl:>; to use in the this season may be prevented by business in the City of TOledo'1 and almost unbearable. I could i;

I i-nth uul"T liiiike se\eral little bags of cleausing the system with DeWitt's I, county and state aforesaid, I hardly walk and thousrht I would be All KInds oi: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand

eheef' oth aiid in each about twotaUeffixiniifuUi of ONE obliged; to abandon all business. A .. ,
< put aid firm will pay the sum TKIjKPHOWB r.JI"WCM"f101 \ Ft.A
Little Ri-ers. The= famou
Early o friend of mine advised me to try
of oatmeal. Throw one I --- -
little pilU do not gripeThev move HUNDRED DOLLARS for each URIC.SOL which I did reluctantly, -
I of these) I.p into the wash basin ami 1 I
the bowels gently but copiourly and of that
and every case Catarrh can- and greatly to my surprise one bottle TIME TABLE. .
when the watr l -enmes milky byttleeZi'lg by reason! of the tonic properties
I not be cured by the use ef HALL'S.CATARRH cured me sound and well. I
: ; the big; use it for both face irive tone and strt ngth to the glandi.Hargis' cheerfully recommend it to all who
and handThe same bag may be used Pharmacy John Sheppard, suffer a-< I did. It is also a very fine
J. CIIENEY.Sworn : .
three or four t'.mts. (Sidney tonic. It increases the appptite, aids
to before me and subscribed j jI I and builds I
digestion finally the
in my presence this: 6th day of December -I general health. You can use up this as .I New Orleans and Mobile.

This signitnre is on every box: of the genuine A. D. 15>86. you think ber-t. Very truly --- -

? Laxative Brorao-Quinine Tablets I, w. B. DKLEACH. I ,;0,8. So,,. I So.!. No.1. I No.1. Not.UQ .

x: ?'V1'tilhhIthe remedy that rare a cold in ODe Uoy. I t SEAL. f A. W. GLEASON, 311 Auburn Ave., Atlanta, Ga. I 1:15 a Ullim I 1Iltip I Leave ._, Pensacola ._Arrlve IiOOa I tl'lp I ': pfioop
Notary Public. Nov. 6th. lOOt 8:50 a 2al7p 1ll1a I L"ufI>'lomaton.II'an I 2lia 2: ) p I 1: P
-- Hall's Catarrh Cure N taken 11:00: a 4:22p: I %::\5 a I Lf'aveIoblle ....._ Leave I lLhIen'tl 12:16: n I
I 1:1'1 I Druggists sell it at f 1 00 per bottles ,.._...__ I 1I: '5p I 1JjI': a I Leave .N..w Orleans. l"a't'8 I 11/1'/ p I 7:95 a I _
r'................................................. I temally and acts directly on I riend stamp for book of particular I II

FRUIT. : blood and mucous surfaces; of the I to the URICSOL: Chemical Co., Los North.

: FORTUNES GROWING i ?ystem. Send for testimonials, free. I Angeles: Cal., or Atl:iuta, Ga. !

: PEACHES and PLUMS FOR MARKET. : t i F. J. CHEXKY Co.. Toledo, 0 For sale by I I I No. I. I So. .. I So. I No. I.
I Ii I 11:05 pm I 1li p m Le&Ve.. Pen acola _Arrln 45gm pm 5:00am
: COVINGTON AND CONECIH' COUNTIES ALA., THE PEACH PARADISE. SIDNEY: KAHN.MASTER'S 8:15 am 8:57 p m Arrln. Montgomery _Leave 11:15 am 8:115 p DI
: CHURCH NOTICES. lIf am 8UO pm ArrITa..Birmtmlghans _Lene i 11:33 & m 4:06pm
BEARING ORCHARD. : i 1:05 p m I:IU a m ArrIve_Nashville _I."n I ___ _" ,
: 5 FOR JUtF'. ; I SALE. 2iam I 11:13& m ArrlveLeaUvllle .....Lean I 1:15pm 2:4Aamn
25,000 Peach and Jap Plum Trtlfl.4 Years Old. : 1:'Oam !,,11.5 am ArrIve. .CIncInnstILeave I 6:60 pm 1I:15pm
i By virtue or a degree of foreclosure rcn- 1IJam: ljJjpm Arrive... ..ISt.LouI, .....JesvMi4:15pm 1tf6pm _
t -{ 5 GREATEST BARGAIN ON EARTH : I 1 dtrcdby lie honorable, J. H..ve.Judje;
; THE NEWS would request that the of tltl' circuit court ot Ocambia couoty, AND
; S L. itS.: ('rn..rPr"p..rl ttintlon and !Sid.-traek In the r>rplmr lorldll. on tbPtiiti day of January I'.nci IQ PENSACOLA JUNCTION.,1',0.,4' .
I 'Ircrs Last Vvaaoufli '*M. Crop now on Trne< .onh \I.'Il.o-ltIp) June. vSOrPIECE clergy or those having in charge the the case of M. L. Autrcy agnlLfit L. N. 1
:,tI'tlf.-\LCHurt'-\ILC1US. I j [ Amos Phoebe Amns, J. J. Jernigaa.Mary No. 21DaI1y, No. -DaUy I No atop where time not .howl1 So I-D&lIy No. T-Val17

; 2T'rico. S30.000-Fnsy Inymont.S publication of church service notices Let- A. J. Lee, J. M. Amos, Josephine I I'- -
Amos. reward Amos, Lon i 11:56 7:00 am Leave_Pen.acolll.-Arrln 10:5 8:30 III
and pm pm II
111 Henlh <'f().III! ceu rtof tins Ii 1'1.1 Barg m. :May organize stock Company 5S I "
Ht UVs-b.ire. Wrltvijuick. fiiruculars, Tictures. etc.,Address | for Sunday: will send them to this i, G.orge E. fmith, a. sheriff of K cambi -I: U:15 night" 1:13"U i lIobemla Ynleltra 10:81" 1:01"I NI
county HorUa. and px-offlclo admin- 12:20 7:18 10:86" I 8:01
: E. 3vx. RUMPH. Red Lovel. 4ln. : office by 9 o'clock Saturday: morning hUMor of the estate of W. B. Amos Ue- I 12:13":: 1:1: U U ......Escambla.._ 11):32" 6:6T"

.... .....0............................................ in order to insure tbeir insertion I ce".dlwill rebruary IDuS,on sell onlay at public the outcry 2nd day bc'forethe of I I! 12iN"UIIi" 7:55 1:54: to" "' _____MDlat Harp ____ If" 10:21 10:1: U H 'I 6:40I 6t.i: ..'.

in the in the county court bouse door In the city of I 12.50" 1:8:1: to _< 'ltClty_ If 10:16 I 6t7
proper position I' n acola. Escarabia county Klorldn. during -! 12:5/1 to 7IIQ" U MIlton II 10:10 I 6WI: .H.
: DINNER SET paper. the legal hours of eal*>, the Jollowinz 1:11) am ._. If U _600 Ranle __. N ':56
-FREE j described real property situated lying and 1:56": 8:15 If __ HOltl __ 8:86 H I 4:56: N
I === .- bfinglnthe city of Pensajola, Kacambla!: 10 8.S) to Milligan __ "' 8WI I ':11 .to.
1onilerful Indiwrmftn to Mil oor K M $.Isg l'. County FlorIda, to-wlt: I 2:11II 8JIK" _CreItYlew_ .:11 I 4541I ..
EVefT pnr.b.rrof a mwi.ina n i.f s. iiLIg P..der I A ooe-tbird undivided Interest In lots I 1:00 8.M 14 _Deer Land ii 8r. 1It ..
undif ingot our lit..1'Un lirr ana So.n fIll xIv*re..l' .full.Imutlful..., rir*. loA'W,*,"lrr, cia**gUn.OflMiS-11urn. J. N. ANDREWS t' eniy->ii (M). twenty-ieven 1:71.: twenty I $:li 8:18 .If. U N __ Mossy Head :' 8:60 H N 1:18 U
l-em-TOWr ilu. U MV*.I u WTen w..>lutely fm toererypanlaivr eight ti'n, twenty-nine and thirty (:)>). I 4:05: 8:85 ..DeYunlakSprlngL 8:18 1:61
of bill*'bold anirlr M anrntnl by our ian io. 6.:. In block ono hundred and twenty.five (l:!:;). I ':18 8:" N _'_ Argyle It 1:" 2:11
To eirrr Utly*l!>rmnetnnuuof b... BaLlic. I'owdcr, of the East King Tract. west of Tarragona m 44I: ) 8:67 I -Ponee de Laon- 7:2i" 2:11 It
iHKtrr nan i>o.e.with the' .Ud.cr>K>t rikl......Ir.1 H.irrrirw 0< Headquarters for J* Itr Belmont M' umbering said property I ':00 10:10 I U _We.tYllle__ I 1:11 II mISI :
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"""& r. ech II1.eahUltloo. IJd.'l>n>I O. I N 7:12" l:4I
Otmrr t.. 5 i -l'lr-e Tu..to sb.ol.trlj fire.V fronting 15u; feet on Jordan Street between 1:1J 10:111' __ CarJvute ...... I
.. to
do ant mjuin*any m.>iwr m a.t.allrtuuplf scna nt your MOle !'.lurox and Uulllemard street; also the I 1.88 10:11) _JonltaJ_ It 8:60" I in:
,.1I1t"r"a'" different and fall Inf SEWING MACHINES.REALE8TATEANDRENTAL following described I to to __ U 8aT" 1:01"
niL ulilrr.v and ? our plant r- g jB jp personal property town 8:00: 10:47 .chlpley
Dlal1on. \ .... ,. wkM esu. 11. I : one oak beastead with prices 8:1P It 11:1'/7" U __Cotton<1lle_ ':lJ"! 12:11II Don..
,U..I..04(.a"iVwkoir.'w.rL \\11 viU allow yon nfMBilay to iMiwrth*r vU aM >Uwtth.tamfj brfonHi. ,! fea'her mattress and all U ll'
flituren I 7:00" 115" _l4arlallna 8:00"I
t'tWI.'DIIMWD u p"'ft'fn'ol. We ail fracM. We am B. a.u.df .. I ; one gold I
T l.r. l... ....W...a..allow\n.e.".al..."klrt Webs Piers. V..I..II......pay..... L...,:t'.rtaI.s R..Uall pie II&..an.:;i AGENT fille1 ease Elgmn watch Ho. 1*j31 ,9. Deeds I 1:80" 11:16" U _Cypreis to 6:1f 11:55 a..m
lion,.,..,'.,'f imwr r....ful.n..desrti.'i.sfuc5thuuUT gtHxls. U rue for Plant and. (oa lalorn. noa.S.iLOM at cost of purchaser I 7tO U 1l: 2" _< rand Rldge..... ,It. ,In It lln ,
111'FI-IKH t'Oj"lit" and 1529 Pin "' (,...c. *' t. Lo.U. Ho.Ve E. n. BEGGS.I I 1:511" 12:06 noon .. 8nudl 6:21" 1OI 'tO
> assure our readers that the SaUcQ SnppUes Company IS thoroughly reliable.o wr. I 13 South Palates Street. I J lloa'ill'tw Master In Chancery. I I1 Ul. to Arr1yejiioJ2nat1onLesve IlD" ,10A. to

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H. Alfman, Umbrella Maker, 316 I SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES ii wear shoes lighter\than the FOB 8TIAM DIVISION' '. ''" ,

south Palafox, wishei to inform the t..1 Why is it at the bottom of the dresV ill-afford to be without the PK.N 8AOOLA ELEOTPIO fElt it*\t ,.t.,

public that he baa no one employedto often the silk garments with a fece of RAILWAY COMPANY, :'. '. t

solicit trade and( will only be re- Catholic. dren? The velvet It removes the gtipt per pamphlet published by The tlaOQtllg Irwni leave FeoucoU lor (bo ,Unit .
BaOIlWarrDlton.Nay Yi _
foon-ible for goods intrusted to him St. Michael's-Order of divine has self. less As and does not injure the f1XtC. Mutual Life Insurance and Von Harraaoci at

3jlm dry clean gloves lay them fwt rub 8:10...m.arrive, Fort Bamnoti ?:1l.
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personally. _ _ service for the winter: First macs, enough for mixture Company of New York ABanker's iOOOLm.arr1vssIForIBgrrsnoa,1Oa 4 ,1
of ftoller's -
7 a. m.; children's mass, 8'a. m.; last for her child.Expectant finely powdered 1:00 p.m.arrive at Yon Barraneai l: Cr jr t
Candies atSolomon'l. and alum. Brush it off and sprin- Will" It ':80 p. m. Arrive at Fort BarrancM .:161 .,
Gunther'g mass and sermon 10 explains a (:16p.m.arrlveaiKort "'
Try a. m.; evening; them with Karrancat T:00111
Pierce's dry and wh1 1g. 0-
._ devotions 4 p. m. scription well curious provision in the will of.. 1p.w.arrIvoaFortEarrsnoos Train l,.v. Fort lIaranca.lor.):18"flIU"11.11 ':

If you want a nice present to give Bt. Joseph's, Rev. Robert Fuller ous keeps health.them all pieces of velvet unless they the President of a National' eolaat Tli.tn. arrive at Peasaoola.. 8:00 a. 1' Ie.

friend, go and look through the ton, Pastor-First mass 6:30 a. m.; well hopelessly soiled. Brush them thor 11:1)0 p. m. strIve Hen col ...__ll:4)S j.n, \.
to a of suitable articles at sleep and roll them round a cylinder Bank in New York City, and JsOO p. m.arrive aU"tlD.aoola.- p a
line high mass, 9:30 a. m. benediction, .
eteaflt: ; are not 6:00 p m arrive at Hentacola ___ 6:4t c a
i. -tephens, you surely can find 7:30 p.m. When baby put them away. They are sure to gives the list of securities in T.tOp. m.arrlT0at I"en.aoola...__ ':&Sp ,4'/*
If *8: Ap. m.arrl..al feaiaoola.._ : '
ao1JletbJU to please yon. you Episcopal. advent is In handy at some time or other. :1:1: .

'lint anything in the Diamond line Christ Church-Services by the painless, sewing on buttons if the knot is which the largest accumulation sslurday.oolyrLaI roa WKIK DAYS 't .

besiire to see him before you buy.got rector, Rev. P. H. Whaley, at 7:30 mother is on the right side of the cloth di of trust funds in the world is aiaeola to Fort Barraaoaiand rctorn .t| 1., .
py by the under the button the thread will fen cola to Navy Yard and r tarn_ a t '
Rolls, at 5 P. m.. lOc and 11 a. m. and 6 p. m. healthy less liable to break and become inve, ted. The pamphlet is sent Peniaeola to Palmetto Beach and r tora u iIT7HDAT '. t .r
Solomon's.CIIfidAdvertisements. Bt. Katherine's Church-Lay reading would be ICBBDUDI.Wh ...4.
adoz..at and the button will remain r
on free those who o weather permit the
at 11 mother ol to write for it. running lO
a. m. open coaches ,
children S
Methodist ite flannel Is one of the most This Company ranks Leave.Feosaoola LT Fort Jarraai .
EpUcopal Church South. a.m. 10 a.m.
"I will be forms of the sachet A piece fir it-la Aueit. 1I..m. It m i.
Palafoz Street Church, Rev. J. M. fly a few size desired Is cut off when needed, first-la Amount Paid Po'.icy-holden.! ] I p. m. I p.m. .
Pierces First-la Age. I p. m Ip.n. .'
Dannelly, Pastor-Services at 11 tion.* writes Into any part of the wardrobe, Ip. m p.m.p.m.. ,

ONE CENT A WORD. a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday Brome Douglas Co.of. it retains its scent as long as the THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE (4 p.m.p. m ( p ID.. .f I

school at 9:30 a. m., J. A. Avant, lag the first sachet. Ip.ns. t''p.m. ,
- when J
MOM MY 'J-'O j4END. superintendent ; Epworth League at becoming a 'ABIpoalnlsDAy .
fered very The Speaker. RICHAJIO A. UcCUKDV President. t'eniaoola to on Barraaoai Havj ,
6:30p. m., W. C. Mackey, president. sea sad : Y years ago an Allen county man tacdan4retnrn... ____ aFtauaola s :
MONEY TO LEND ou improved Reed's Chapel-Preaching at 4 felt to terribly 10 Palmetto Jeaon and r
m large or bmall p. scarcely eat himself as a candidate for Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty f anr .-_____ HiNo .
real e=ute low rate of interest. m. by Rev. A. L. Jones. Sunday thmr I legislature. Streets NEW YORK, N. Y. "Alibi elTod after t:15 o. n.. 1 .
au.ouBH at of food. At ,
Lc-lie E. Brooks, attorneyat school at 9:30 p. m., Martin Parks, wrote to Dr. ut you can't make a speech," ob -- --- ,
Call: mi CECIL \' 1I.LeOX, Manager, itMCUAL KKKNCtl bClIlWCLM
Favonte a friend. :
Palatox bt. Fishet
"f4't superintendent.
u*, Medical
that doesn't make differ. Jacksonville, Fla. 1
3mlm schoolat when I had any
; MuscoRee Wharf-Sunday
Following if the schedule of the j
-- 3 p. m., J. N. Andrews, superin. of better each and bottle '," innocently responded the candi T. C.WATSON & CO., D'strjct ManagersPensacola. government steamer General French JT;'
TO.DAY-Do Leed ', "for the house elects I
MOXKY you always a
tendent. any one. aud Fin.r which THE NEWS prints for the
niourj : You can borrow any trouble ((1 ."-lola (Kan.) Ilegister.: !Donrflt of the merchants who ship
auioult you want today ou easiest Warrington-Sunday school at very thankful 1'-
and I tell all heir goods: to the various army
term-i bid lowest rates: anywhere 9:30 a. m., Fred Blum, superintendent. tlie&e ror Keep. ?oots: I i

obuiuable. on improved city real Those -Don't be so selfish. Let your I'HESTER'S EN: LISKEnriYROVAl Leaves Pemflcol __. _._...._. Tinoa. m. I.
Win. Fishtr S. :
t'.t."II4-fllll11 204JJ Gadsden Street Church. Rev. W. eases are brother play with your marbles a Lccven Knrrnnrni"'H.... ... ... __ 7SOa. m. .
"tre. t. lu-tl LI _P' II.II".I) .1 41.1, ... .. ... ...... .
1'aufox : by letter J .,.... "". li'QIOIr.... ,, Leaves Picki.its ":iti I a. ui. : ;;
---- Q. Vreeland, Pastor; -Services: at 11a. while. jP f. f r, .3SAI,i: t to.5:(1ttII'"l'lI r.tt.t e I..4te.:', 1...Ma.tSt1 irurt Lcsv 5 l\arraul...._ ...........___. Sl5a.: m. i p.
strictly pro lie them ,<. Laves FcDHHOola...... __. .. .. '
-Hut to lu:10: .
to borrow invrtuui.ey means keep t; ;:.J' 'roo'\IQ IU' '.1 to..II..o"o tQt.. .. 'H a. at > j
YOU WJut -a
money schoolat
IF and 7 Sunday Pierce
: m. .
p. Arrives
--.t_ ,. Hnfrancos 11:10 a. m. ant ihea
t'.ltb.I..ltbl.1"K an viler. 'u. i i'c
) insure your property 9:30 a. m., Dr. J. B. Tiller, Dr. 's.lall1maOl1.. f f) -- ; n..."........ '.b..,ttinn., .,11 !nl a.I r.akea a trip to Fort McKee and then r&t'
au-lracis of title, buy or I guess not. I iy. lid"-" nf. tr< :-lire iousnesa T..i.i.|. f Ihfi"nl,||., I'fvt'ptttMtAl Leaves Knrraocas._........._ ...... j (
oi superintendent; Epworth League at .ai Krllrl !.... .."... ? llap. m. 1
'ill estate, rent property -I 'cause he's swal- ad ir iU. bf r -
-rii r> guess yes. ZJ ..u.a.1... .. p'',''''q '"\lIDo'''''' p.th, Leaves HickfDs,..?_._. ..... _... l5p.m.: :: .
any der-cnption, have rents col. 6:15 p. in., Mr. Cade Shackelford, '{I'hiladelphla 1'ress. ... ...' f !... .,. bit.h.*it>.r n' nol..I"' .. Leaves Pt'n-arola. _. .._.... ......_. .::ill p. m. '
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.Iot. .... _
iKied or your taxes attended to, I president; Ladies' Aid Society meets 1111." Pb Leaves PlcktDS... ...... ........... ... Ii:Iii p. m. ,
\rrlves t'Hrrniirni 5:50: p. m. and makesrtturn.
Tho Watson
r.tlll'tlc.r address ? Monday after the first and third Sundays A Transformation. '.tp to MIR.o.. and .
& Co.; tteal Estate: and Insurance Burglary On
VVeJuei-daysiiudHaturdays theO
do you like our climate? ask E. W. PEAKE
..\,'t-IIB. fensacola, Fla. Charges at 4 p. m.; prayer meeting daytime. South Carolina quaiL ) : t wil' leave Barrancas via Pick. .
m ,deMte. To everyone who buys every Wednesday at 7 p. m. > for Peiiiarola 6:30 .;
there is has made a new creature of me!" Electrical contractor and builder, ns at : p. m.
a lot from us we will lend money The General French is for
the (' replied the ricebird, will do your electrical work in first- army .
with which to build a house. 8J-tl Baptist. }
however class style and at rpu-omblo jurpwea only and any outsider must I
had ('u\edltsdf a bobolink when > rates.
First Church-Rev. F.
-- Baptist lave a pass from the quartermaster:
for a He can be found n 30 :South) Palafox
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It I Ilclt'I.ottU'hHI! ic'liooi. Jone ,pastor. Services at 11 a.m.and tall, New England: last fall.-What to street. Phone 203. o take passage/ o i Ler. ,'.
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7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9::JO a. be shinIng. ----- .
KINDERGARTEN School will be
at 3;) Dast Wright street, m., E. D. Beggs, superintendent.B. if it la should be clear, uniform and <\ "' -- -". '--": ., ,. i "t
upeutd : ... ::'. .. .
SfS4 S:
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(Uct. 1 by Miss Margaret Maclay. Y. P. U. service at 6:30 p. m. entered \'. To interpret them is nearly al r- '" -- J''= v -=-jl '

SOsttMK A cordial invitation extended to all ony for to corrupt them.Voltaire.. '

llAllGU'U to attend these services. house hei\ to not I To .tJ: Roberts & Dailey, : .

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and dealer in Hair Goods, Church Christ, Corner Ale aniz may S Sour Stomach, I
Iht-, Toilet Articles Hair Oil and Jackson Streets-Bible school breaking I I ; "
etc., :,:West Government street, 9:45: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and house Indigestion* :

7:30 p. m. by W. T. Tracy of Viola, er stealing ) Pyspepsia, y.! !$I
Iteflt- New Florida Fish Roe Etc.
I'ur just as I :: Syrup :
--- IYnu.prayer; meeting Wednesday
MalaLrever *

roll C.: a-m::ii'T--ronm,
service at 7:15 o'clock. Come

On.< i..'-i.i i n. A ud' luteiideucid IIlIe 2 room street.tipartii. and join us in these services. Sterling AVhere; ; ) you should tate $ RALSTOfl'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS |f;|, ;

A.I I i "'a> \i- Apply to Pat I galized : I tbe Hitters" at V!)) OF ALL KINDS. jJjjV !|) .
rrehbyterian. ; once. No' other '
M hl" \9jlm .
Ilrit.lin.: .\ %
I First Presbyterian Church, Rev. remedy is so effective t; FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ( ] "
term lri (: ( J
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\\ .\ > l L1J. STOMACH rr hn
Linn R. Walker, Pastor-Services i of 5 such a record or! I
ruption ; ,. : .
I : ) :
\V.\MI I I U-! \\11 tll 1- usi b.ubt-r I :1 t 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. ; Sunday north {' IT'TER: cures hack of It. I : j
Hive It a
idr. ,\1..1\! lu-h fur turbers in I [Iii I1Ji I .
ti/" ; school at9:30a. m.Christian.. Europe,
218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. }
.. Ytars suvtdIty
-j'li: : Prepare lu-tt. I
I nr iiit-tlind. >. .tiy practice, I 'r'F HOUSE >i I' hone 1 ,"i<>. IViisiU-oI, i'la. ** ":

t"..!U. dll""la''I] : I ;'"', aud board EaMerlings; ; J ;:. ; ,;_ : .,. .._,_. _.;__ .. '
Central Christian Church, No. 16 who came . ..._- .,.._- ,'._- .... .'. - . - .- I ,I
?Iv. .1. lit 1I11.tJl' milled free. .,'!- '-" ---'!- te ---"I""
East Romana Street Junior Chris
Henry III.
M"r" JiirUi-r; fill-B'e, New Or-
Irllli.; I.... tian Endeavor at 9 a. m.; Sunday and the <' Peniehi-Beldeni

school at 10 a. m. ; Y. P. S. C. E. mom-la Ea : A LEG, A WING,
'L1 KD-- -ill knul-. empty beet "
I h, t ,. :e. .\. Friedman. n9-tl at 11 a. m. I the I -:.\T SOt'lllKKN POPUIj\K AND A CUTTING OFF

IIOl 1.1... VnUenalUf.Firt I TIIK I PRICK AXntACTlON, V I I

L'lMMKKi'lAL:' :( IU)1) Fl: flu InLi. .1 Univtrsalist Church, East I The ri I Will Open a 1 .
'. Chase Street, Rev. Mrs.: Athalia L. J. TURKEYFROM
:It. t K\>r.vtliiig! new ; all I is a .
'" : ii i"inieiiceModerate!i Irwin, l'astor-Hubject at 11 a. m., | too careful Ergagemnt Mon ay, Ja 26, ,

rn ." 'i iii-ivuti.! IVsir.ible flay "The Water of Life ;" at 7:30 p. m.,

b l' N : tkt i. :!3jln.*-- ;, "Heaven." Sunday school at 10 a.m ; I remedy It is said on Between the Acts by a r H. '\V. \IVATERS & CO. '

F11"l.l'LA, S; diy board can benl I Y. P. C. U. at !:30 p. m. ; Bible study and good Acting Companyof .,

at !:1..' .Vw tuunnercial hotel, Wednesday at 7:30 p. in. The health I 16 People. For Your CHRISTMAS: DINNER. Call, drop us a line or telephone Hi J
I 1. :" "Id.'I1C/ :-tr. et. Popular
public t fa cordially invited to at
I and your wants will be promptly attended tn.
Id"i 't" tiaii-imt-; 2jlm: *
tend these services, and the pastor is which will Change of Specialties

'1.\ t. .,. 111.1.1" \\'..V.I' .-\'''J'U. always glad to mett etrantrera! after good style Music at Every Performance.PRICES R. W. WATERS & CO.,
-' I of plea-ure I
: the benediction. -10 20 and 30c.
'.! l.Yo :Muitary : life. Hold T 18 South Pillal'utrC't't: : (New SlH>i'| aril BuilcHn;:.) !
:II 1 iK-r ; )jut '.! .
reaHdCot.l Christian St I nce. We have thn Choicest Cuts of Western and Home Meat, also Chickem
i *.iV < ci llr-f. .\; ------ ONE NIGHT ONLY I
,r $ > daily. oOi;. !-.iinple 'l Services at 202 West Gregory streetat and All Vegetables. 'IVU-plioiu- \u. -UJ. : '" "

:>< n "'sv. li. Lyon Prkin.Ill.-- :. 11 a. m. All interested are invited MONDAY, FEB. 2. -- -' I
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to attend.
FC ) ItsA1t .

l'\iI.'I.\U' l"f- Kl1'iijcj, ltuck and fciitddltr Saltation A i my. Positive Appearance of HALL & KLEIN j i;:

: ,; and driv- Every one i is cordially invited to ,

-. K',.>il draft mules, for sale attend the meetings at the Barrackson '
500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. t'f ,
h''l. ''.1 rn-r!trn-N.of Z Old irrafs.i 1'en-i.icola and ,I DeKeache street. Holiness meet MORRISON ; "I

ing Sunday at 11 a. m. ; Junior class
*< Ic llllau. Phone 215;
:2'Jjlw!!) meeting at 2 p. m. rMvation meet ....HIMSELF.... Staple and Family GroceriesI

ings every night at 8 o'clock in the .
FUll :>.\I.E :"\ \t'colld.hanl set of IS
.. Barracks; open airs at7 p. m. I
in good order. Apply to Select Meats Vegetables Etc. in Tins <
I' buy, room -110 Tliieeu. Lutheran.GermanLutheran AL\V\ '

jan tfr Church, J. F. ROMANCE, Paultry Eggs and Country FraducE. | L

.\. ,.v : ,'A1N: can be had in one ol I W. Reinhardt, Pastor-German service ,

-' .-l. 'tiuiii r.'.idence, of Northwe.-t and most Hill de-, 'i I at 10:30a.m.; English service, FI\U8T' Telephone No. 358. ;' ; ;

.. murantefd leu-eat fait Iat 7 p. m.; Sunday school at 9 a. m. ;'
- -- -- -
'y-.tr-; .. Plauof IU"e cant Celebrated Throughout 'i: '. I .
my oflice. A. V. Jlubb*, Hramen's Friend Society.! the Entire English Speaking ; .

I'I.. lill-2w The Seamen's Friend Society will World. Liquors r-lj ",

FOR ,\ I h-lhe uio-t desirable hold religious services at 3:30 p. m. \''' B\'IJlI''G KYTIItKLY NEW '.
(city ou eay terms, by :I Sunday in their reading room on .'III* SKASON. -FOR- t .

r Real Estate Agency, I South Palafox street, in the corner .
Rpati1 Rale Friday at noon. t
: till! Palafox. IS.dm I on
building nortn of the Scandinavian -- .
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_, U"H rll ng II(II'ENu I church. Seamen and citizens of all Get COE ANNOUNCES Everybody :

ElI.\hlJl denominations are invited. H. C. PLEASURE THAT ON 1
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1iUl' g at Wheeler I
: ., Mary E-ther, Fla.. Mrs.proprietress. I Cushman, secretary. FEBRUARY 4 -AT THE- :
l ,
All the

b, .. .1", '-*.,>If Northern home at very tourists reasona will ,, Latter: Day Saints Saints Meeting.will bold ser- )1 ESSnS.BU Reliable Kentucky Barrel House ;' A:i

t! .
an ideal place to spend a vices in Saints ball, 528 East Chase ,

-I P', !If the season. 12nlm street.Sunday night at 6:30 o'clock. i E tt

All are invited to attend. Elder E.
:\1 1"(.e.I I ttflCItlpi. Friedman E
-, D. Powell, presiding. S. A.
HAL I.\: I
.' ) umbrella l maker, 315 present for the first time in this I II
l'.il.ifos street. Re cover- Colored Church. city, the Whirlwind of Modern I
I i I': I repairing : of umbrellas and American Comedy, SOLE PROPRIETOR. :
E. Intendencia street.
rt 1 N a peclalty. Silk covers No. 236 .
slw I' > "'n hand. j jun 8K Sunday School at 9:30 a.in. Preach.

lag Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. I am now receiving the Largest and moot excellent assortment of .
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\ I ':\ wantiujj bored wells Hell Bill .
Brandies and Gins
.t (lr anythiiin! in the gro- l The public is invited to attend these Wines, Liquors

: Iry goods line will do ', 8ervice G. W. Lewis, A. M., D. D OF EVERY DE CRIPTJX.Alo .

'. irs. rurchsi'ing to =p.. D. pastor. the Finest and Largest Line of Came Bottled Goods. j 1 '

"> Olive, Fla. j171m Willis SItiwell Gmxthue. .
Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. .

HI >U VAl.. I Si Original N*>w York Production, .
SEND YOUR ORDERS I guarantee honest measure, best quality enl lowest prices. Ba tare to .
1; ; I to I earn! a* at tlH' Cre cent Thea- f :
'10X1): the' tailor. tia. r send your Christmas orders tll
1 11 '., Vet Government i to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or { !: \\ ic New Orlean and other lead-
.: electrical work. Repair! work a in this country and Can ; n
-itf .
: pi> > Kxp're-'S rfflee.irrepared J S. A. FRIEDMAN j
I to clean, reJ '. ", I
I >. lad il'..' and eentle- lull" Is the best American Comedy I )
11 pre- "(;\". 331 bonth Palafox Street P. O. Box 418, PENdACOLA, FLORIDA.
''Ior ma1sts. 16j3.n.J Only lOc per week for the NEWS "<;.", years.0. Picayune. ,, 4


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p An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off.
"Some time ago my daughter

caught a severe cold. She complained This

i ; PHOSTRRTIOH. WE ARE UNLOADING of pains in her chest and had a

I bad cough. I gave her Chamber-

.......................... lain's Cough Remedy according to

Yesterday afteracon tho handsome Two Physicians Said Mrs. directions and in two days she was Space

DeviKugleman eLt& STOCK $ m well and able to go to school. I
little son of Mr. and Mrs. WINTER
celebrated bid fourth Mack Was Incurable. have used this remedy in my family

birthday. A few of Ed ar'd young for the past seven years and have
never known it tifafl," says James Will
friends called to wish him a happy Ll. -T. '1
birthday and enjoy his delicious Paine's Prendergast, merchant, Annato Bay! ,

cake, which was decorated with four Jamaica, West India Islands. The

candles to mark each year of his THE BIG STORE I pains in the chest indicated an ap-
busy life. Celery CompoundWas proaching attack of pneumonia, Shortly

which in this instance was undoubtedly -
i Used and Iffected a Wonderfuland tl warded off by Chamber-
Next week Miss Emm Johnson ...ATReduced_ .
entertains at a chaflog-diah party. Glorious Cure. m1 mI lain's Cough Remedy. It counter Contain
acts any tendency a cold toward
I The WhM club met with the Palne'a Celery Compound comesto Prices. pneumonia. Bold by all druggistsand
the aid of suffering humanitywhen I :ijI'i
Misses! Chaffin yesterday afternoon. the best efforts of physiciansprove medicine dealers.
fruitless-when hopeless men ''
The Lidies' Missionary society of and women are pronounced incura ; (1 Regular! communicationof Some
: ble. The grateful and happy testimony ') Escambia Lodge No. 15,
a the church next
Presbyterian of Mrs. J. O. Mack, of Clear >. Dress Goods Wash Goods. & :.: F. and A. M., 7:30 p. in.,
Wednesday: from four to six p.m. Lake, Wash., maintain the claim 'Monday, Feb. 2.
will give a tea at the residence of that "Paine's Celery Compound Out-(;J ViMtinj brethren are cor- Important

Mrs. C. F. Zeek, 1007 East Qadsden makes sick people well." Mrs. Mack diallv invited.
street Refresh merits will be served says:- 'I'f 54-inch Broadcloth, worth : \V. D'C. KESSLER
"Several years ao: I was stricken $1.OOat................... 85c! 1,397 Yards Fancy mos- I 1:). HARRY W. GIBBS. W. M.
and :an entertaining program will be with nervous prostration, and two +Z 51-inch Basket Cloth at.... !)Sc keag Outing at...... .... 9c Secretary.
rendered talk ou mission being doctors declared that no medic : -- ---
t I/f 61 iacn Cimels' Hair at. !9-J5 I
+ ua 'special feature. Everyone will skill could ever cure me. One of. 60 inch Thibet at...... ....114!) One Lot Fancy Flannelett () You will consult your best interests -
i be privileged to give to the came oft your books came into my hands ju-t I .r' 6-inch Fancy Etamine at 1 :25 worth 10:, at...... ....... SJ-c ;., by going to O. M. Pryor if you
lirt I when I was'very low with uerv>>usprobation '' ) 10-inoh Pebble Cheviot at 991!) One Lot Fancy Flannelett furniture. He i in
rni"ii! >n:' sraogers wiil b* au.1 After' fl I) want position to
Wt'I-1'I' 'J., Oll> Lit 36-ifich Prui'tlla! :"J) worth 15 at.......... ...13'o'c Cell than house in
; C.: .1lI. reading I irked and begged for !I .: Cue Lit Fancy Silks, your : ,- };:-. cheaper any other News.

I Paiue'a Celery Compound. The ) ( choice at...: ...... ..... 49e Fitchville Bleached Do- f' the city.
A (MUhtfal reception wis Rivenv.tf medicine was procured for me, and F'1 One Lot Eiderdown, yourchoice Me-tic. Monday only, 10 ".')
:I you may think I am using: extirjfr-1: 'o. at..... ...'... ..... 33 I yards for...... ...... ..... 75cIT If you want your office
ti eveniux by )Ir. laid Mrs. '
> many : atiug suteuitn's! when I say that
1 i Iti'.Li-trd: Morton Bu-hntll at their I three battles cured me, aud mad me' H IT lil i furnished go to Marston $ You

r' lomeoi: Jritfory street. The hall feel Use! a new woman. My present: ': Ladies' and Children's Underwear. ..*!. QuinvCs. They ltaz'e an ele-

a was decorated iu magnolia; ;oLd ivy, condition t,> the marvelous of health virtues I certainly of Puiue's owe I f:J Ladies' Union Suits $1.50 Qu-ility for.- .... .... ...... ......$1.39! I(:] gant line of roll top desks

palms and ferns.: i, Celery Compound. I cannot say ( Ladies' Union Suits, $1.00 Quality for... ...... .... .... .... 89.5Children's ; and office chairs- Wantto
The was ia enju hin favor of this wondorft.1medicini ; ')
of reception old room with garlands I : ii a God-end to ail weak, :! : Union suits, $1.00 Quality for......... .... .... ... M! J ,1 --- --
satin ribbon.English Pink ivy :carnationsand nervous, people." I 4 Children's Union Suits, 75: Quality for... .... .... .... .... 69c <.:.' SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER

ferns added much beauty here. (I1;.i): ; ; RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS
In the dining room cedar was used DIAMOND DYES i Skirts, Shirt Waists Millinery ;

.. ti room effectively came, from streamers each corner of pink of crepe the for children's. They color clothes jackets are most coats sen'lcl'able. canes- !:Jl, and Cloaks. Department. & & Ii J1 J1On ; LINE

ribbons, well .
stockings: as as dresses.
' t dotted with sprays of cedar and were No other dyes equal Diamond Dye lavariety : ': All Our Children's Cloaks and account of our Limited KeepYour
! caught in center with a bow of pink : of uses; they never disappoint. :, (III'.1 i I Jackets at Cost. Floor Space in this Department ( The Pensacola. St. Andrews and I
Factory we will be compelled to Gulf Steamship Company has fixed
I Direction book and 15 dyed samples tree. "
d t ribbon from which hungalarge Japanese clean the following schedule and rates to
out all Fall and Winter i
'l- ,.I I umbrella with Japanese lanterns Burlington (')I All our $3.00 Skirts for.""$2G5 Hats and these are the Prices i(j), apply between Pensacola and the

! hung around it, while from the :.'; All our $-1.00 Skirts for.$3 39 that will move them: ; ; points named:
$1.00 Hats for.... ....... .... 79c
beautiful lantern f SCHEDULE.
1 centre hung a large (IllAll 11 our $5.00 Skirts: for.$4..25 $1 50 Hats for ..... .... .... 991 ii(j)
i over the snowy table, daintily DR. CONZALEZ .:.;' All Skirt over $500 at'.5 per $2.50 Hats for .... .... ......$1.87 Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa '
with lace center .. .... ... :: cola every Tuesday night at 8:30
a appointed piece, tl' cent off. $3 00 Hats for .....$236 1 '
\ cut glass dishes, beautiful silver S3: 50 Hats for ...... .... ....$269 () o'clock, after the arrival of the Mo- Eyeon
) candelabra with MAKES HIS REPORT t 1 1..' AH our Flannel Shirt\VaIst at .()*) Hats for .... .... ......$2 98 ? bile train and the P. & A. accommodation -
: piuk shades, and n' ";'
i 20 per cent off the Regular All 5, 6, 7, 8. 9 and $10 Hats at / train. This will enable a
carnation I _r I (ti) t'nce. 35 per cent off the regular price. Ii)j I person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m.,
Ms Bashnell! receive" her many I make clue connection at Pei.acol.i\
; t vwut'd iu oft blue Dr. S. M. Oonzilez, in charge ofi I < ,':and reach St. Andrews the next
ga<- a lively
: crepe and carried miguificfut j jAIEPM'CIU the vaccination: of people in the i ij ( (::1 Carpets, Rugs, Mattings and Oil Cloths. .m.f|) moruiugat" o'cluck.
IMSMiMirtlt 1\ :
: g,>city roses; a".i i=ted by j;: western part of the county, has; compitted i:': 15; Rolls of Good China Matting, this sale..... ....IS'.c the yard X: I

", i Mrs. Fred O. Howe r',byu in a cre tM ( his libors iu the neighborhood I:) 10 Rolls of Extra Good China Mattirg, this sale.... L'iJs; the yard [:ij >, will The beds pi;;"follow engpr:r:tie from Pensacola; This

Lion of nhiteleau de mpeitli tinbroiJerfd = of Myrtle Grove, Beulah and !'! ,... 12 Rolls of Fine Japanese Matting, this sale... .... 243 the yard 's".. i To St. Andrews and St. Andrews
it and real lace Mr+. j AII wool .... .... ...... ,
; !'I f tl 3 ply Ingrain Carpet at C72'c the yard () i point.$0 (X); round trip flu)
Vv'm. Fisher In a hauJooase white Millview' ani left today for Roberts' .!!. One Piece Fine Moquet at.... .... .... ..... ...... ...$1.39yard! laid o! I I IT.) Ap llachic.a: and CarrabelleSt'A -

crr;>'!. Mrs John! B. Jones, elegantly and Miisco ee, where he will complete ;i i, !' Rugs: at 13 per cent off the Regular Prices. ,.*) I ( These); rnuid fare.trip $include l n. fir-t.clasl SpaceMeyer
attired iu black lace.
the work partially done at 1 cabin stafpnnm: and meal
Miss Martha Whltm: ?, daintily tlO.A Dr. Gonzalez I I ; Shoes.Ladies' I Further infuruiatiou CinJ.. securedby
places. : has Clothing and Hats.
dressed in pink, hC'Jrttthe! guetriuto > (j H applying at the compauy's olHces

the diiiiLg room, where delicious 1! vaccinated between COO and TOO people .I.I.! Felt Juliet, Fur I Here is where you Men can ..!., in the Tnieseii buildin.;?. .

s: refreshments were i served by thus far. I:i Trimmed Clippers: at.l.39 {' save money. (.J:
' lJtdps' Velvet Colonial
"Dee-trick Skule" at houseTuesday
;a'' beautifully gowned young ladies, SPECIAL-WHI-TE CODS SALE. Slippers at...... ...... ... 145 All our $15 00 Suit for.$11 75 opera
I 3J.
; Mrs. Bierck, Miss Challin, Miss Ladies' Plain Felt House .
All our 12 50 Suits for.9.75
': Berta Hyer and Miss Belle Whiting. 4 I) Slippers at............ .=. b'Jc All our 1000 Suits for.... 82o i( -- --
Mrs F. K. Thl lovely in The new firm of Green, Watson & 75 Ladies' Lace Pat Tip All other Suits in LrPORTLAXD CEMENT at Shoe Co ;
pen I Shops at...... .... .... .... Proportion. : $2 60 per barrl'!. A. V. CLUKIIS,
r white and Miss Eihe Himpson indelicate Co. offers special white goods inducements i : A $l 00 Derby for...... .... fc9.3
I! I and wish their friends to (t) 53 pairs Ladies': Spring A $1.50 Derby for...... ....$125 I( ) Corner Bru and Garden Streets. ,
I gray gown, served tea, coffee I Shoes, Lace: and Button C9c I A S2.50 Derby for.$1.95! ----- -
and chocolate. ;j call around and be served. A beautiful 67 pain '* Shoe*, You can get your house
i .2IHldrpn A $l 00 Crusher for. .. .... 89c! i
i window display was put out () worth 758 to $1.00.... .... 59c (i) furnished complete with I Feet I'urnUlirrN for Cash Only.
I See our show window for
10 pairs Men's Oil Tan reduced -
The Wednesday MuMC.il will meet this morning and ladies passing
I w th Miss Evelyn Heiuo, Weduesc i] along Mat: way admired it very 1 (Ii:) Hunting Slioes.$325: ; prices on Underwear. i(:) I elegan, furniture at Mar- I

: 'y tu ruing, Ftb.lth, at, 10 o.clock. : much. I stop Sf Quina's on easy payments 102 South Palafox St.

II members are urged to be presentfor I Buggies, Wagons and Harness. : ; weekly. _ormonttily.FOR I
I E i() I
the chorus practice.Mrs. i ; -
MARITIME. .! We have bought: the entire stock of Buggies, Wagons, Harness, LUMBERCall I I MEAT & MALT has a marvelous

uHlvunt pissed a re-tful i Etc., of the Beers' Carriage: Co., and will make this a Special iV i on BEEKMAN LUMBER liVtetic value. lphiierefreehingandn.easant
(ii) ()
night and is considered much better I -- Department under the personal management of Mr. Beers in the to take, it helps assimilation
CO. for estimates' before placingyour
CI.EAKED. future.t' : : : of food. Hold byDANNIIEISSER
today. I orders for lumber. d16-lm
It ss Vineento llanaona.2' Rolt'jtne, tiv BROS
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!Gulf Jrunait to for Urnnu vutti ; bates Jl; .
vm-xj -
Bronchial Trouble are-llften ..'r- 1 I r.'tan,14 tons phosphate rock, valued at

mulentlycnred by PHo's Cure KrConsumption. IIIJ:, vl. : (0: PLAIN FIGURES. 1:1I I:!)

2">2 per bottle. 1 SAILED.Kr I i

!1: (hristiai151tdTHE m 1,1'l.na! iUnvett, 191. OoDclwia: for t!;:)' JUilliam loljnsou! t & ion. !I E;j)

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supper The talent to have party-been-and given chicken by the pie I I I Lowe Reported: Co.for THE XEWS by D. F. BOILER WORKS AND MACHINE[ SHOPS ij ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK...

ladies of the Universalist church at Spots. ,
Miss Evelyn Heine's Academy of Good Middling..8 13-16 78 Boys' Donble-Breasted: piece I 54 inch Heavy Ladles'Cloth,in all
Music on Palafox street, was postponed Strict Middling..8 IMG 803-805 SCUTH PALAFOX STREET. suits! all wool, worth $3, special ale Colors, regular $1 yard, this sale b9c

on account of other local attractions i Middling ...... ...... ...... ....8 9.16 Valves Cocks and EYentHcg in this Line Kept t Constantly en Hand $1.98 Remember suit. we carry a full line of yard.

e ; for the same evening. It Strict Low Middling... ......8 3-8 Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at Five Pieces Black Shark Skin, It-
will be given however, from 6 to 10 I Low Middllng..8 1.16 1'ronlptWorlc-Itea onabie Prices. J 8 HUGHES Prop prices to suit everybody.Look inch Dress Goods, latest out, regular

o'clock Friday evening, February 5. : Tone Steady. J ,i* J j* PHONE J23-292. .g al ?" d I t I at Ladies'our Show Underwear.We Window. for $1 yard, this sale b9c! yard.
The price of *upp r will be only 25;: FC1UHK9.March : prices a swell line of Ladies'Flannel 38 piece Fancy Dress Good, wool

cents, and certainly at such a price ........ ...... .... ...... ...8.78 carry and Silk Wains at prices so 7Jc and Silk, regular {1 yard, this ale

the ladies ought to do well. Any-. May.."" ............. ...... ...885NAVAIj AOREENUUT & CO. .$ everybody 70 doz Men's can Heavy wear one.French Neck Three yard.pieces AII-wool mack Hen
body who likes "chicken pie" i is invited --
rietta. silk this
Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; warp regular yard
to attend. There will be no 8XOKU9 MARfttlI.ieported drawers to match. sale hoc yard.

extra "ruU," made on generous ones I D&IIThp.-- New bj .WHOLESALE GROCERS 00 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30 pieces; 30-Inch All-wool Tricot

-simply 25 cents for supper. Union Naval StorelOo. :, worth We, special 35c; all colors, regular 3oc yard, this sale
I drawers to match. 25c yard.
R08I5." 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts trJUit Received a Full Line
I /w___..._It 20' 11_ __$2ow0 Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA,. worth $lspecial75c; drawers Waisting-j, regular25c yard,this sale

REV. HUDSON _____ II i J 6._"."""__ lilt ... to match. .. 15c yard
;_____ S65 F____.1 > o! 100 doz Men's All- -wool Camel; e 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Weir Rainy-
1 M____ 11:15 E_ ... ..... 1.:1: THE WEATHER TO-DAY. "DEESTRICK SKULE" REHEARSALThe Hair Undershirts, worth $!.&), special Day Skirts, worth $1.50, special sale
LEAVES NEW YORKRev. g ____ s nm; D..__ 175L : $1; drawers to match, in White, 98c each.
____ 25 C a:billow__ 175arlaITa "skollars"are requested to be Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-
Tv ae a:IrTI te.-ea!bid. LOCAL FORECAST-Increasing cloudinessand We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool I,
Dr. Ilodson the newly- warmer tonight Sunday rain,warmer at "sknle" tonight at 8 o'clook sharpto Shirts and Drawers worth $3; special worth $I. special sale $2.JS each.
Hot French Waffles with Ugbl northeast winds becoming south meet the teacher. The trustees, to close $1.20 each. GO Ladies' Black and Colored
chosen rector of St. Katharine's Florida Cane Syrup at east. 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth $1.50, special:
1 Judge Avery, Judge Blount, Mr. and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale 9Bc each.
church, sailed from New York yesterday Solomon's. in Last 24 Hour: .
Temperature Parkhill, the Mayor, and the patrons 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured
: on the southbound Clyde I Maximum --._ degrees: 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's; Gray and Skirts, worth $2 50 to W, special
fife Best _,, ____ determined
ludng's, far or.KOUXIJ. Minimum_ &!degrees are to make a good"skule" Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c; sale $1.98 to $4.93 each.R'adytoWear .
steamer, and will arrive about the
of it.
drawers to match. Jacket, our price
middle of the week. He will occupy .... ... ... Temperature Elsewhere: We carry a full line of Ladies', $1.43 to $8 each. You will save
*t H\*+**** ****
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Min. Max. We have just received our Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
the pulpit of his new charge next FOUND-A bunch of keys, six tiedon Atlanta ___._a' 46 that we can save you 25c on. buying.
white string. Call at this office. __ __ 1903 line of Heywood Go-
Bismarck -:=1 1* at 11.50
Sunday. __ Remember-We carry a fall line 24 Boys' Overcoats heavy,
.___ W :ZS
Miscellaneous. Chicago Cincinnati_--,--:-J W Carts with all the latest im- of Men's Clothing Bougnt at 60c on to $5; worth nearly double.
.. Galveston___._4S w dollar. We will close them out at 49 Boys' Double-Breasted! piece
I -iXN N- S N V% N Call and ;
Rheumatic sufferers find Hood'sBirsaparilla Huron__._. .H :20 provements. see oft other 93c suit.
merchants. special
just' price suit worth 11.50,
I I BIG BARGAINS in trimmed bats Jacksonville ____ _*) 7* ;
a permanent cure for them beauties-
are offered by Mrs. E. D. Nord Kansas City______'8 *J ; they are
, : their inflamed and swollen joints strom to make room for the Mardi Key Ml'mpbl'West____.______M -;. .60* Marston $ Quina. Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Lookat
II,. and stiff muscles. Gras goods must have room and Mobile_ ...- -+S 51
, the prices are so low that they are Montgomery ___ 33: 51 Ours. Remember the Place,
____ '7" Hot French Waffles with
Orleans **
trPOnTLAND CEMENT: a la reach of all. Remember the T .
$2 60 per barrel. A. V. CLUBRS, place, No. 11 East Intendencia St.30jIm Savannah.--St'wYork. _____1 a$ .4'S.1) Florida Cane Syrup at 105 S. Palafox St. F. E. BRAWNER.
Corner Bra and Garden Streets. St. LOUIS ____::9 U Solomon's

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