The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 1902
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
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System ID: UF00075893:01023
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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': Christmas Timesr. FALLING LUMBER CAUGHT AND attempted burglaries have REPORT FROM WASHINGTON Organizer J. W. Mahaffey of the j

: been reported from yesterday morn Turpentine Operators' Association

r. CRUSHED HiS ANKLE' ing, In one cae the man: having been SAYS CAPT. NORTHUP HAS arrived from Gretna last night and : ;

....AT_. by had intended to meet a number of
lady into whose he
.R, I had entered about 2 a. m. operators from this city Milton and
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__ i Flomaton today at the Merchant?,
- u J -- u d This lady was Mrs. Calvin Henry.
Ga I Alfred Berry, foreman of the An Associated Press report
About the hour named Mrs. Henry yes but the delegates failed to show up

; CHI-IN'S J t'f'Urn tu Lumber Company's yardson : was awakened by a slight noise and terday from Washington had it that and the proposed session failed to :

!. Iiaat Wright; street, is suffering discovered a short colored man in the senate had confirmed the nomi- materialize. Only a few factoid ."

from an injury received Kiturr'ay nation of Capt. William H. Northupfor of whom
the were in attendance: some
her room. She screamed, but
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-- afternoon which will probably keep the marshalship but neither who
returned at noon. Those remained
intruder did not leave a? rapidly as i
:; i if. him in bed for several days. He is expected, hiding in the house iu the that gentleman nor the present incumbent over hold the proxies of the

o4VHERE YOU GET .* "J G thankful, however, that he escaped probable hope that the commotion have had any information gentlemen who found it impossible I:!

with his life. whatever regarding the confirmation will .
to stay longer, and a meeting
would subside and he could steal
A Box of
Nunnally's Candy. Berry was standing: near a newly this unwise and a consensus of opinion is probably be held this afternoon.
r..v something. Seeing was ,
i A Box of Bishop's Prunes, stuffed with made pile of lumber. To make the he finally left through the window that the great news agency has been The meeting is said to be for the : i M i'

walnuts. pile secure cross pieces had been put when he heard approaching; foot faked. I purpose of curtailing the product '

between each layer. One of these Captain :Northup arrived from .
and consequently holding up prices. ;
; J A Box of Imported stuffed Prunes. steps. ,
m mr i had been permitted to extend over a Washington last evening and when t
Mrs. Henry was naturally much I
l A Fruit Cake or Plum Pudding, any switch track, and when a switch seen this morning said he had had '
l lj frightened, but is positive she could WILL INSTITUTE ;
; size. m engine came along it collided with no information whatever, except ,
] identify her nocturnal visitor. One i
the projecting piece and caused the that he had read in Sunday newspa- .I
& A Jar or Pail of Mince Meat. negro working la the neighborhoodwas A NEW LODGE ,
pile to topple over. Berry was pers. He did not know whether to
iuA| Can of Soft Shell Crabs. taken before her this morning,
caught by the falling boards and be j:abilant or not, evidently laboring
j but she said he was not the man; and
1 i A Can of Green Sea Turtle Meat or pinioned tightly. Unable to extri- Mrs. under the impression that the news A special train carrying a number I :i
he to
cate himself, he remained in his was go was too good to be true. of Pythians will leave this city Friday
soup. m Henry lives: on Barcelona street, be- i
5 o'clock for Cen
afternoon at
Mr. McGourin arrived this 3
perilous position until the workmen morning -
A Can or Jar of Preserved Figs. m tween Gonzalez and Strong streets f
Jury, where a new Pythian lodge
could be summoned to remove the and also refuses to believe the

A Bottle of Pim Olas, Olives Farciasor : lumber. Berry was able to move Yesterday morning Mr. W. J. report. His friends are with him in will be instituted. A big charter
Forbes found a ladder under a
or Olives. rnA !around unassisted until yesterday, step that opinion and all say that a gross list has been secured at that place
window of his residence, but there
when his ankle was too weak to fake his been practiced on the usually and the lodge to be organized will 1
Terrine of Pate de Foie Gras. R II was nothing else that would indicatea in this domain.
be an important one
bear hit weight.Quality accurate oclated Tress.
A Pieca of Roquefort Cheese. | t burglary had been attempted. C. F. BufUn and J. N. Coomb", Those who will go will be all Pen- ';

A. Prompt, Polite and Efficient Service. jjj jjjA I is what makes price II Sin.-e this was the means adopted by prominent FraLkliu county republicans sacola Pythians. and a return trip 1
,Burnett's Vanilla Extract was no better the thief to get into Mr. Henry'sroom after the .
will be made immediately !
Quick Delivery to any part of the than other extracts its price wouldbe it is thought he had tried to who have been working in is i
the same. Once tried, always : Captain Northup's behalf in Wash new lodge organized.The
house and had been
city. used. rob the Forbes U j
senatorial team
I ington, are in Pensacola today and celebrated
I frightened have! been conferring with that gen- composed of the following:

$ SOL CAHN & CO. SERIOUS CHARGES Another attempt break into a tleman this morning. None of them King-E. 8. Cravens. I,
La Rua I
residence on street was reported D. Goss.
could be induced to give out a state Pythagoras
IN CITY COURT this morning. Nothing wasgiven
Monitor-S.:\ M. Loftin.
Staple and Fancy Grocers. ment.
.l. however about this at-
out, ,
Herald-T. T. Wrighton. :
left Washington: I
Captain Northup
rr.i.r.i'iioxr. ?*.. ,. IMXSACOL.\I'LA. Uln tempt.A :i.I
: A number of defendants Saturday morning before the senate Senators-Will Moyer, Clarence
i :;; : m i report of each of the above Sweeney, Ben Neville, Will Mackey, i

AGENTS FOR &SANBORN'S FAMOUS COFFEES. with serious offense were before the transactions has been sent to the po- adjourned. Up to the hour of his F. E. Brawner, Henry Horsier, Dan
informed that
m mayor's court this morning. Five departure he was
!A We would respectfully=k our friend out of the lie station, and the officers are Bergin, Leslie E. Brooks and J. A.
f,, UqJ city t'i end their order* early "o a*, to its ure sate were bound over t3 the county au- nothing had been done toward a

\ arrival for the Holiday Write for Cataloue.;; nj.:! thorities. There were twenty-one I closely following up every possible confirmation. Mr. Mcttourin left at Johnson.All :

l52525252.S.5 S2S2S25252.S2s'c.5'2.5'252 a t case= and the fiue aggregated $(>:3. I -- 10:15 o'clock Saturday night, and the above are expected to be

Hump Brown, assaulting: with a clue.WHITE from reliable sources was informed on hand. ;
: $ $., Masters of work are J. D. Ooss "
knife ; Isaac and Carrie Payne, pet- ( \ MAN that the confirmation had been put and Dan Bergin. I. i I:

ty larceny; and Ed. Hudson assault off until after the holidays. The
Officers for conferring rank are a?
with a stick and clenched: hand were I senate adjourned at 3:4i p. m., and
those bound over. after adjournment it was understood follows:

WNER'S -- I that no action had been taken. First Rink-S.. Loftin, C. C.;

Saved at Grave's Brink. -------- Will Moyer, V. C.; L. M. Levy, P.; "I
"I know I would long ago have A wl.i'e man named Emanuel was I

been in my crave," writes Mr*. 8.:\ H. b'Idly hurt this morning at !):10 NOVEL TRIP Henry Bellinger, M. A. I
Newsom, of Decatur, Ala., "if it had Second Rank-A. D. Weller, C.C.; :
not been for Electric Bitters. For o'clock while working on board the I

.:;D$ SPECIALGITRISTIIAS three years I su1I red untold agony Dutch steamship Dordrecht, which OF STEAMSHIP John Welsh, V. C.; Leslie E. I '
from the worst forms of Itidige-tion. Brooks, P.i; J. A. Concannon, M. A.
Waterbrash, (Stomach and Bowel finished loading;; today. Emanuel ,
But this excellent medicine Third Rank-Clarence Hweeney,
resides near I'erdido wharf and he
did me a world of good. Since C. C.; Henry Horsier, V. C.; H. T. I
SALE using it I can eat heartily and have was conveyed thither in the patrol The American steamship Toledo, I II
gained 35 pound." For Indigestion, Tiller, P. ;T Fredericksen, M. A.
It found that
wagon. was among 1868 tons, arrived here this morningfor
Loss of Appetite Stomach, Liver
and Kidney troubles Electric Bitters other injuries, one of the man's legs bunker coal proceeding to her A WIRELESS STATION./
was destination this afternoon.
PICKED OVER. Only 603 at W. A D'Alemberte's One Is To Be Established at Key Went, I'
drug store 1211 l 8. Palafox street. The Toledo is strictly au American Florida. I

; vessel and is her initial Tampa Fla. Dec. :CO.: -The brig 1
.r MH:: H"avy Ladies'Cloth: iu all :, 78 Boy..' Dl'ublp.Bwtsted piece HE RESISTED trip.
BUY A HOME. Daisy which has been in port for wvertl -
Colornlar: |1 yard, tin- -ale Wtu 1 -uit.. all wool worth $::1, special sale was constructed at Toledo, Ohio
days soon commence loading
yard. 'I ll..b! suit.Rememherwe. carry a full line of 0. M. Pryor has purchased a AND WAS FINEDIsidora and left that place 33 days ago on with spar and other material which + I
.FiI' l'l".-* Ill-ick !Shark Skin\ 41- large number of choice lots which he
: Pants, from la intended for a wireless
Bnys' telegraph
to 16 age, at her way to Port Arthur, Texas, :
nch Dress Good, latent oat, regular prices to full everybody.Look will sell to durable purchasers at station at Key West. The spars have i \
.': yard, this sale site yard. at our Show Wit.dow for moderate figures. where she will take on a full cargoof been here for some time and there I

"IN piece Fancy Dress Goods, wool l prices' on Ladies' Underwear. Mr. Pryor is desirous of building Sota, a foreigner, resisted oil for Philadelphia, afterward has been considerable speculation ta I

,Silk, regular $1 yard this sale Flannel We carry and a Silk swell Waists line at of prices Ladies'so up the eastern section of the city, arrest last night and attempted to regularly engaging in this oil carry to what they were Intended for. The I

., v.ird.l:, everybody can: wear one. and, controlling a large number of hurt Officer Boliine, who was calledto ing trade. To reach Pensacola matter was kept quiet for some tim, ,
t l 'e pieces All-wool Black Hen- 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck lots, will sell them reasonable but It soon leaked out for what purpose i
ilk, warp, regular I yard, this Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; on take him in charge. Sota was went up through Lakes Ontario and they were to be used which egrtablished -
card.s terms to actual settlers. 9JlmKNICHTSJJHTOAS. 1
drawers to match. -- -- ------ carried to the station, and was today Erie, the St. Lawrence river, enter- the fact that the government -
I 30-inch All-wool Tricot, CO doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts Intended establish
-. regular: 35c yard, this sale I worth 50c, special 35c: ;iI charged with resisting. Mayor Jones ing the Atlantic ocean north of New a wlrelew
Ii telegraph station at the island city ,
r.1 drawers to match. imposed the usual fine of $25 at the Brunswick, coming south along the which ,
lr.lu.t r ceived a Full Line I| 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Under- will be the first to be Installed
i U' :ti.-.regular25eyardthissale: II 1 shirts worth Jl. special i5c; drawersto Pen! acola Lodge No. 3, K. of P., police court session this morning. coast, around Florida and finally arriving by the government.The .
,! ird match. regular: meeting Monday night, Dec. -- -- at this place. officials; of the gove,neat of.
,- l dll'.;' Ready-to-Weir Rainy- 100 doz Men's All! Wool Camel's 22, at 7:30 o'clock. It is very impor- Get your Oysters for nee here were asked In regard to the i
", ",>!ass, worth $LoO, special sale Hair Undershirts, worth $1.50. special tant that every member attend. Christmas at the Twen- She is built as an oil and coal matter and while they did not I

rr.!I 1; drawers to match, in White, Officers Change for in the by-laws as to dues. tieth Century Restaurant. burner, and is after the style of the state that such was the case, they '
-idles'1 Ready-to-Wear Rainy- Red and Fawn colors. the ensuing six months
: skirts:; guaranteed all wool l, We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk and grand lodge representatives will Mobile selects, only British steamer Pectan at Comman- would not deny the report Intimating I
w ::11.! $1, special sale S2.4S: :: each. Shirts and Drawers, worth f3; spec- be nominated. Initiation Rank: of 50 cents per hundred. dancia wharf. that such might be the case. Some
Ladies Black and Colored ial to close $1.20 each. Knight. Members of sister lodges time ago it was stated that a station
U >r:ted Skirts, worth f 1.60, special 25 doz. Hoy's and Girls' Ribbed and visiting brethren are cordially GREEN WATSON & CO. of this! Wed would be established la t I
ile 'Jfo each. and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at invited to attend. VANDER:; pr TTC1. Tampa uhlch was made public IB ;
(7( Ladies' Black Tailored and Fig- 25c; drawers to match. H. A. LEE, C. C. I Have just received 250 Umbrellas, __ the preas dispatches! but It seems now c 1I
,red Skirts, worth $2 50 to S G 5, special 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and H. HORSLEK, K. R. t;. for
and holiday
'for ladies gents, Physicians *>.sy Ceic'itoi of Millionaire as if Key West has been chosen for t}
ileJl..tStoJ4 JSeach.ReadytoWear Wool
Red All Undershirts at SOc
Jackets trade. /Is More Favorable the experiment! by the United States
our price drawers to match.
48 to $8 each. You will save \, We carry a full line of Ladies', Get your Oysters for Hot Rolls at 5 p. m., lOc New York. !>'<', ,-<-c r.elius Vanterbllt. government It Is stated! that the
i ney by looking at ours before Men'i and Boy's and Girls' Shoes Christmas at the Twen- doz. at Solomon's. ( : wlio is ill: with typhoid fever proposed line will be established between 7I1
t villg. that we taD save you 25c on. tieth Century Restaurant. and per'.tonitia.! r-ontin-ues to Improve. Key West and Havana.
.'* Hoys' Overcoats, heavy, at $1.1 O Remember-We carry a full line according to a statement made at the
::, : worth nearly double. of Mobile selects only _, PORTLAND CEMENT at
Men's Clothing Bought at 50o on Hot Chocolate with house early today. During the :
; Double-Breasted 2 50 cents hundred. noighteveIj'tblcg $2.50 per barrel. A V. CLCBBS, .
Hoys' piece I dollar. We will close them out at per Cream at Solo- seed .
worth Whipped exceedingly quiet Corner Bra and Garden Streets.
.$1.00, special PSc suit. : just price off other merchants.
; about the! house,
I -PORTLAXD CEMENT at mon's. though the two attending -

?2 60 per barrel. A. V. CLUBBS, physicians remained In the DO YOU KNOW l1
Don't Blankets Corner Bru and Garden house all H
Buy and Comforts Until you Look Streets. You can get your house nIght. }
a* "iirs. Remember the Place When the physlciaci! left the house BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. have
The best and cheapest place where furnished complete at J ar. Dr. Delafield said: a large stock of dressed studding

.05 S. Palafox St. F. E. BRAWNER. I you Mrs.can John buy F.Christmas Pfeiffer's,presents No 211 East is at stop]$ Quina's on easy pay hi"Mr. Vanderbilt It & little better and and joists. Get their prices before
condition Is "
Intendencia street. ments, weekly or monthly. more_eaoourajlng. buying. die-Ira

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Young Milwaukee Society Woman. I INTERESTING S35E5H555H5HSZSi2SaSS52MISS

pf iKN: thousand cored The woman who has snfwomen I! COCHLAN COMiNG.
I I I have written ered from female weaknenshould
I LIJ I to tell how Wine of do anything within SUNDAY LAW VIOLATORS AND It u to be hoped that Pen Sit cola.
Cardui bestows the reason to secure health. and vicinity will appreciate the efforts 4
blessing of health on every Wine of Cardui the medicine of the management in securing;
woman who takes it, rich .. that appeals to reasonable SOCIETYICIVEN HARD RUB such an attraction as Miss Roe l for infants and Children.
and poor alike. Mrs. women-women who
Helena Blau, No. 123 Ser hold operations and cutting LAST NICHT. Coghlan! who will appear at the The Kind You IlaAe Always Bought has borne HIP Mgruu
enth Street, Milwaukee, in horror-women who know opera house on Friday next.
lure of Chas II. Fletcher, and has been made under In-.
Wis., is one of the young that Nature is the best phy -- "Tne Second Mrs. Tanqueray,'"
women whom Wine of Car- sician. Wine of Cardui personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ono
fc* dui has rescued from a life xrL HdtnG Blaa gives women back their Rev. J. M. Dannelly, in a sermonat owing to the heavy royalties exact- to deceive 3011 in this. Counterfeits, Imitations aUtl"Ju't.1g00tl"

i suffering. She writes: health by giving Nature a"Wino the Palafox Street Methodist ed, and the severe requirements 01 : arc but Experiments, and endanger tho
I chance to build up the wasted and diseased the author as to the temperamental,
of Cardui b certainly worn tissue. Wine of Cardni regulates church last night, in reciting evilsof physical and artistic equipment 01 health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

out'women's best friend and I am pleased the menstrual flow and Nature, when touched with
the present age, Paula
to play The Kind You Have
the actress employed 'Always Bought
to give my experience with ft. A few relieved of the drains or of the poisons !
months ago I caught a severe cold,Having in the system, makes the functional much force upon Sunday law violators Tauqueray, has only been presentedby > Bears the of

bun out in inclement weather,which organs strong and healthy again. in this city and county, and especially Miss Hoe Coghlan, !Signora; Signature
Any woman who is sllentJysu1ferlDg Eleanora Duse, Miss Ulga Nttuer-
i settled all over me, particularly in the untold pains because she is too sensitive upon the fact that promi-
i abdomen. I was In almost constant pain. to undergo a physician's examination nent citizens of Pensacola make it a sole and Mrs. "Pat"Campbell the

I consulted a physician and took his and treatment can find no excuse for United titates.;
medicine for a month and without not securing relief when Wine of Car weekly habit of going out with guns No actress of mediocre ability ha:

i: ,, t I then decided I would try your any dui licity is to offered!deter to her.her.She There can take is nopubft11Uo Wine- and spend all the Sabbath day in the I been permitted by the author to a:-. .

L medicine and It was a lucky day for me of Cardui in the privacy of her home, woods hunting. sume his complex and much discuss In Use ForrOver30 Years.

when I did so. I noticed a change in a with as much assurance of a final cure Coming a little closer home, he el character. Miss Coghlan, Mr TM.CINV.ON co.".,,,'. tt .u.........u.. Nrw.O.a env _
few days and felt encouraged to continue as though a dozen doctors recommended Pinero and the play of "The Secom 11\_ :N I U ..__
it.t Many physicians do recommend stated that certain men who daily .
taking Tine of Cardui, and my patience Wine of Cardai to their patients.was Mrs. Tanqueray" enjoy an international .
in rubber-tired
F rewarded,for in two weeks my pains Why not get a 1.00 bottle of Wine ride about reputation. ii;
had left me and felt like new woman." of Cardui from your druggist today? would be receiving their just desertsat ---- --- -" WRIGHT COmPANY

. 1 work with convicts in the coal

WINE o f CARDVI A million have found suffering relief women ia mine Following this sensational Classified Aovertiselllent I f"1fl: \ t + MANUFACTURERS AND D'AU" '.5

Wine of Cardui. inference, he made the third sensa- -
tional claim that: the great danger of s ,

money making in the present age i .......... -- - .",.""... TTT 'J. t HAWED; CYPRESS SfiINGLEHlHml!! ,t1I ;

r ., .., tempts many men to do somethii g MONEY TO LL NI).
I 10 1'4 a r,4-+-'i r.-- ',; a 6 U.v Ui1? ,U4'--r.v.rw.eeW1t b 'D o't du-.b a b d t.. >.,y s-7 they ought not to, and that with ...---------.... .. -......"....----.....-. I .. --... PENFACOLA, FLA

..rlr'J MONEY TO LEND on improvedreal
,\ $.20,1)00) he could take a front seat ins
I estate, in large or small i
A; )ciety if he were the blackest! of amounts at low rate of interest COAL
; Call on Leslie E. Brooks! attorneyat AND WOOD.
1'J criminals.The
HOLIDAY Palafox Fisher
; law, 20-Ua s:> ,
:(..!..),)..-. ".I' Srnlrn
"'' '.1 sermon was the second building. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRACE'
this well known divine since
his return from the Alabama conference you
; money? You can borrow any
t 11: A ,+,, and a good congregation occu amount you want today on easiest SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOZ:
ell terms and lowest rates anywhere
i:1 OFFERINGS ,1 pied seats and heard the discourse, obtainable on improved city real Thompson Olsen o 01).

,1 f which carried convictionon accountof p"tate-from Wm. Fisher, 204'.. S: .
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:1 Palafox In-tl
: .t its timely utterance. Street--: -- Manresa Street, Telephone. 147.
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< IF YOU to borrow invest -- -
want money
: ;: ; I Look Out for I'eter. money, insure your property : ESTABLISHED 1862.

: Biliousness and liver dnordes tar procure abstracts of title, buy or -
j $'Being the Largest.'I[ 'I this season may be prevented by bell real estate, rent property of
cleansing the system with DeWitt'sLittlo any description, have rents col. McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
I Early Hirers. These famous lected or your taxes attended to.
a little pills do not gripe. They move call on or address Thos. C. Watson i 0 DSALSU (R- 0 II
li : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL the; bowels gently but copiously, and & Co., Real Estate and Insurance !
I r:; ::1 by reason of the tonic properties, Aleuts, Penacola, Fla. Charges I Sbip Chandlery and General fkdaare
give tone and strength to the gland inoder te. To everyone who buysa

: :d ..... f Harris' Pharmacy, John Bheppard, lot from us we will lend money JOS AND 605 d. PALAFOX 8TIttl T.
I -- --- ----- -- Sidney!::) Kahn. with which to build a house SJ-tJ

p.J Great Klmlt'i'nartcn o ehuul
FalK Mout., recommended Ely's'Creim -"--""'- -------- GALVANIZED WIRE ROPK. A. RU8SEL: HON'SPUMPH.
J ''LIQUOR DA1IEt4 { tft Halm to me. I can emphasize KINDERGARTEN School will be; I una 3jt'i.tl h'th.? Clls.; ssticaf!!: Infrllla:: 5irj! jsirs, thin '
liis statement, 'It is a positivecure opened at ;S5 DastVrislit street. I
fur catarrh if used us directed." Oct. by Miss larglrEtIad.lf.. : C{),1"'7F/Yb u. LlN 4. M'Tl:

I, -Rev. Francis W. Poole, Pastor I ;:o-If i McKenzia: Oertin, ( ''Il'i.tint agent for Bar: Pilot-' R.IIIJVnlf1ut ASBO
,, 1/1 -__ -- .- ., I[ Ontrnl Pre-. Church Helena, Mout. _- ---- -_-_-_ n- __ =__ I iatlon.I .
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i "i --- cp : ; AUKK I'&txn Ely's Cram film I'or Ltciit- I -
,'t MX weeks I believe myself cured of j ----------
;,J '6t catarrh.-Joseph Stewart, (fraud ; C. K. of A. hall for rent or dances I THE GARDEN SECTIONi

: #1 IN WEST FLORIDA IJ' Ave., Buffalo, X. Y. I etc. Apply to A. M. LfFrauconThus. .
; The HeI:') doenot irritate or ,' J hn-on cf Dan Murphy.SMALL I i o -
I II cause --netztn !. Sold by drui i Kt* 2SUa I
.. + P at 60 ct-!. or m:ul..d l>y Ely Brothers - ------- -- ---- II
York" ( store and dwelling, corner I Pensacola Florida.
; f.f.I fiG Warren :M. New ,
i I I am offering to the public fcr the Holidays < I Coyle and A streets We,t Hill; together i -- -- ----

: 111 ; the rH:; OFFICERS CHOSEN u.,on. or separate. W. A.::ialm( Dub I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

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I 1,?.., I ,. 1IAI1CMRS. .. (;U'UJ... .. I Beautiful Lots for Sale.4Os137' .
1it' FOR THE YEARA --- --- -------- ---- ---
"I I rfl i
SARAH IEmXJo-: : lunllfac- feet at from $75 to $200 each according
I' i Lowest PrIces -- turer and dealer in Hair (ioodsHats. ;, ,
Ij I
: Toilet Articles, hair: Oil I to location and surroundings.
I union meeting of the Chri"ti\O'' etc., 320 West Government "lrf'et.V --

I 17: .;.,}} Young People's societies was held \: Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View
\ AN'.1' ;t)
I' known in West Florida. ---, High Dry Fertile Lands.
: $$1 ever last night; at the Gad-den Street I ,
I MAN to take charge of small farm ; I -- ----
.1 li Methodist church and among; other I| house furniture free. Apply to)
!} I Paul Gray at Willuin Jounsou& i The grandest: opportunity for investment ever

I ) The reason J can sell to you Liquors thing; elected oiiicers for the year as I rton'f. dl'ttf I cffered in Pensacola.

: 0 follow: |

i t .1 I:; Cheaper than any other house is, I ] Pre"ltJent-D. Hale Wilson I'' SELECT young board married and cnuple.lodn'lnr wantedby Northwest I I Borne Seekers Should See These Lots

C Vice.Preident-Cade; Shackelford. Hill, above Palafux street,
f' have Three Saloons in the City, I desired. Address "K," care I)'nly I.A. VCl bbs
:., Becretary-J. Ed. Williams. New. d8 u

Treasurer-W. C. Mackey.The '-
WANTED-All kinds of empty beer Corner Garden and Bru Streets
$ : II next meeting will be held at bottles. H. A. Friedman. iiU-tl I II
"First and Last t Ctoce" S"CroDies" Saloon. i I "_
the Baptist: church on the third
Crt :: I WANTED-Organizers; we pay sick V. C. HRi': T. WM. H KSOWLi', W. K UYEE, JR., J. H, KKE"r

1, I ;t e Ii I !Sunday in February.For ._ I accident; top renewal, death contracts an J old age American benefits i President. Vlc6-Pre Ic1"nt. Caiblt'r.II't ':au.e'First

t Falcoo.I O,er hiity: : Years, I ItRS. Fraternity, Washington, D.
C. 2.V; -"awtl
i tXSLOW'9 SoOTHISfl SYRUP hbeen .. \' National Bank
used for over sixty years by millions ol WANTED-Men to leiri: barber :
mothers for their children wblle teething I trade. Steady practice<, initructionr ,
IIGoMrin 1o 3" Saloon with perfect success. It soothes the child, : lectures and d..mollsrari'-'IH.
i, ; [ s 1 softens the gumsallays all pain,cures wind ', More experience in one month 'i Q r P21ISA COLA. FLA. .
i colic,and Is the best remedy for DiarrhoeaIt j than old method in one year.
[ will relieve the poor little sufferer 1mmediately Wages and shop experience! ratUr.d.1)I. ; DXJR.EOTOFl.JOI l\
1i Hold by Druggists; In very part Catalogue mailed free
fl + of the world. Twenty-rive cents a bottleHe MoJer Barber College! New Orleans : : N. K HV.
e buy my Liquor Direct from the Distillers :; sore you ask for"Mrs.Wln,low' Sooth. \ Li. j in S1VAN D. O. 3F.ENT, i
v Ing Syrup, 'and take no other__kind._ ; --- -- ----

t and in Car-load Lots and I give t E. W. PEAKE, i iI I i -MA- TED I..K.--II Two-I--I..I'V-colored----'A-buy.>'I'IU.--Ap--- :I 1T kin i ll \ m M! : ; (m :J'7' Ml} :.fir. S Sdra /trWe .l

t : the Purchaser Cheaper Prices than any ; I x.). :il) South Palafox street, keeps I ply .at the Pen-acol.i: AthleticClub. i U l g
., t I -- --- -- --- --- --
,', electrical Have him doe 1 r car own Bills o! Kchance: on Great Br'.fui -
house for this reason. supplies. : young men from Pen-acola
9.;1 your work. Call phone 2u3. I and vicinity at once to prepare for Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland: : Spain, BoMani Tin, -I< v -'

Positions in the Government Ser( way. f"w,1'1n. Dsnmark and other Knrorean conatnon.Dlabnrsed .
I a -- -- -- vice. Apply to Inter-fttateCorres.:
FRUIT CAKE. I In-t., Cedar Rapids; 1 1. ni4-2m I 4.ITVa.Rele non th, Moa FaTorabltTtrm?, and In:''
I 1:$ Don't buy your Chi istmas fruitcake I -- -- Obligations Taken Payable at Po" of neitiTiatloL Ten cr Flftae. D1I
J BEFORE PURCHARINQ YOUR J Fun AI..J;. after Vessel Arrives tnero.
1 : = e'sewhere! but go to the We t ,
'. i! STOCK and Rood will of the Columbia
Q Florida Steam Bakery and get the Restaurant, 605 South Palafox- i trSaf ty De'PfJtlJt-FtK3 for Rent In Conneo!

i I best made at twenty-five cents per I' Mreet. Enjoys good p tronae. 'with which cow bBT.* Prlva rartrient for the I1f'

Holiday Liquorsgive I pound 1 Reasons for selling, wi-h to eu- of R811 t-r',
t l lsa I pane In other buinesHtarno
llCAl Society, Attention. Bro*.. P. O. box US.! deliA

. L i There will be a regular meeting! of I BARGAIN can be had in one ol r[WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!

me a call and be convinced. ho Pecsacola Medical Society aihe the finest re'idencn and most desirable
; Board of Health office at t sections of Northwest Hill, -r o write t : f.. j'clock Tuesday. Dec 23. I tie :: eau. UU""l e.la4Rw RED rut
j p.m. subject to guaranteed len&eatfait aDd vbut hmultful i.rcmmiiK ,. .
511 c -- l Visiting physicians are cordiallj 1! for three year Plan 0' .;)ue can _i ..r*..e jriTB WeinittorailipunluiHrof for .prinicourh. r. '
e :nTlted to attend. I he seen at my office. A. V. Clubbs, ; a Aux lit hoapor ,1ft" ?aI '
Yours to Please DR.W. C. DEWBERY, I Pensicola.! 6n-2w 'I '+ + osier of I'erfun.c IVirlUonrof
xmieof U.rlut
f I:4! President 1------ -- M 0<,_erwulutu.tn the uurtet.lawwatd.galwtw "
1 1 r,.' OR. L. DE L BLOCKER, 1i i FOR ALE-The most desirablelots k (; inter R"<"
n25ttf Secretary. I in the city on easy terms, by ? nleaeenlwhortiuNrrlbv.otcon rlaaranlutwr:'Ulitul pIrP"r. -
I the Ki-her Real Estate Re. a LU Plrre. IHn.ff set .' 1
Agency ... ,,
4o \ujtpt -lnn a l. u!:fii"yd -< '
NOTICE. I tl U Smith Palafox. l&alm 1d lr"..-i.D, : -.I"'r. f4ii.. .. i rrfll
nerve \\ >allOl/" (' h>. i
n .
Na GOLDRING I The annual meeting: of the Pensa- : _HotlKlllltf 11.,;...-. 1.' m cow oNd' -w.o1.a. .' L-"W n I.I/g.<,insi ru'r.':< t Wat,Ire1''<:.,_. \.J'; IJ
r ; Ice will be Irk! Lip wanH- .
cola Delivery Company ,
I BOARDING HOUSE: at WhVelYifpnngs %L' .11 > \I'" al lirft i""er'- K' ,(
r ; i hell at the office of the company on f '.T,. 'n-f- .1f) T u.f. fr.d w;' .. w ar" It')',
Ether .
( IJ Mary Fla Mr 31
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J v+ .\r u > i. Nl'irdd. > 'L ,
the 8th of 1903 11
o day January at
I Condon. proprietre-s. All the a a rn < l'l .. ,
i 1 o'clock a. ni., for the transaction of I. <10)' r wt n I' I' JI. q t'1/
comforts; of home at very reasona ......11. )1" AI,\E. .11itiu''.7lefor.l.ytaaw IaI I
r .. .. ... such btisine* a;; may comp before it. I, ble rate*. Northern
.. tourists ,
I I-'-- .1- .:+.' ",:t-..:.v---O----t t'-..-, _' ;'.=;....<"'" ..a9.VaP.-vr..;:-,-i ..".:...'Assee. .. VO.. oa.rT...'::,.-.."..,. .: : c9jaw4w W. R. MOORE Secretary.JR.. I fled.thB an ideal place to spendportion : will s I SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts., ST. LOUIS, 1-.0.
I of the
t I season. 12nlm f A '

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221902. 1 1 1IR


INSTALLATIONOF "l wonder who made the first after IftI
WITH A LAME BACK London Comment
i ? Pills
More liriitT! i iU I Temperate Over .
OFFICERS THE HAGUE TRIBUNAL I I London Dec Affair nr pHrtl: t:n- wise guy promptly -
Trouble Makes You 20.-The "
Kidney Miserable. I the commit of I ? s s-en1 n:- li<' got tbroii:;'h with ,
newspapers I
--- I I has been mach more, I tlp errwlt:' ;':'pe; : be said1'hP wo1 I'" r
Almost everybody who reads the newspapers temperate since! the .' .. FOR TORPID LIVER. : f fA
Powers Reply With Counter advc at of a better 01:1:1 t'u:! :.. ", lift: lei! -ClDeinnT -
tuesday; evening January: 7th is surf to know of tne wonderful II PrrPe.'t for a torpid liver the whole
prareul! arrn e'lt' 1uti ( ]: < i i: : ; : ;:ne. :
I' cures made by Dr. of the ti'rr.ruPlan! I system, and produces :
V I' '
..1Olk Cam? No. 1. W. O. Proposition. .'1 -1 ; aLSrun'. It'" aav '
KIJner'sS\\amp-Root. '
ji e1 rhiarr: I
d "- -- I the crrsi+:'ryng the u'f.1crl.1 I In the Ilrpit*. SICK HEADACHE, -. : .;
w ,1.I : :ave a public installation II great kidney liver ties to .
number: V'- THE VENEZUELAN ARBITRATION j ji jB[j I* and bladder remedy .1', bitration orn-'or.p a rccrur e to ar ":].'< trjiag to get: a reputation as (Dyspepsia,Costiveness,RheuairatismSallowSkinantiP'des. i .; ,
i '<>r,, to which a lame i would be- ,
C e It is the great mediC ;' foam! possible. All theort.t ime>>iiiiNt In tll\\'II. t .
the I
f.I'I\\-! cal of the papers are : "lie is the !
-n incited Immediately |President Allies triumph mne- anxious that worst alroady.
Roosevelt Suggest to the '
will I I i I I td teenth century; da- solution of the trouble he reached "Ol!. no; he's only trying to be." There is no better remedy f or these .
the installation the guests } 1\\ ,I'II! I common diseases than DR. TUTT'S
.g that Dispute Be Settled at The I i :: covered after years of Altogether! a more cheerful "l.ut he ill-dares he knows It will I
I view of I LIVER PILLS, as a trial will prove l
be invited to partake! of.a 5preaJ'I I Hague, They In Turn Propose that I"I"', ""n. u l!S scientific Dr. Kilmer research the eminent by the situation is taken this morning! I Just be Lis luck not to SUI'CI'<' ."- I Take No Substitute. f "' .
anticipated.The Bryce member Catholic! Standard and Times.U _
and a happy time is He Arbitrate Issues. 1'1 (I. _. kicr.ey and bladder addressing the of parliament, I I .
will begin at 7:30 ---- specialist. and is City club last night ,
Washington, Dec. 20.-President wonderfully successful in promptly curing sad! he hoped earnestly that the dif t'lp.. DR. KINC'S t!

o'clock and will! no doubt be largely Roosevelt has proposed to the allied I lame back. kidney bladder uric acid troubles flcuHy would be settled speedily "be- It Is said that the only thing;: ScotchIn : J JI'
a tended. powers that the Venezuelan dispute be j and Bright's Disease w lich is the worst caus there !Is always a possibly in a set of bagpipes) Is the sheepskin TRY NEW DISCOVERY f.f
form cf kidney trouble. the 'UnIted States and tartan. The wood-ebony or cocur'Oml's
-- submitted to arbitration Ly The Hague of some sudden :
Dr. Kilmer's Stv'amp-Root is not recommended 'wave of passionate -( from Africa or Jamaica the I' FOR THAT COLD.
Weekly E.nk Statement. tribunal. I I but if have kidney emotion passing I '
everything you f>vor a people Ivory from .Africa the horn from Australia TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. i I
New York. IJe<'. :20.-The statementof The powcia have replied with a. liver or bladder trouble it will te found stimulated by organs and the
:I more powerful cane for the reed from I i
the averages of the clearing house counter proposal that President Roosevelt I just the remedy you need. It has been tested than responsible on I Sjiaiu. Cures ConsumptioiiCoughst i

'asks for the noek shows: Injans tiim.stU' arbitrate: the issues. I I Iin so many ways in hospital work, in private matters upon which the people are Colds Bronchitis! Asthma i
: ,
likely to
;1S.btI.'O.: dftrcssc $3,5lO,20o; de- !ii practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase become excited." E. W. PEAKE
j relief and has successful PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy !
proved: in .
st7.S;;Gv01. ;t -
I jvs $ L Ciease: ; $ 15,2ftO; VENEZUELAN BLOCKADE.

,I.., :. S45.Glo.7uO;; iiCTtase Jj5-;:; !i\ -- been every made case that by which a special all readers arrangement of this paper has I j VENEZUELAN REBELS ACTIVE. Electrical contractor aud builder LaGrippe, Hoarseness, l

.aJ tenders $68.079.000, increase i'i Official Proclamation Gazetted and Be. who have not already tried it, may have a .' will do your electrical work in first- Sore Throat, Croup and ;;
--iiwle) $15G.S78fiOO.; dcertuse bottle sent free Mail. also book Revolutionary: Movement Against Cas- I
j i|I comes Effective Today. sample a i j tro Crows clas style and at reasonable! rates.IIP ; "Whoopi: Coujjli.MO .
';. r< serves $ :::i,1I 7htJ.; de-1 I; telling more about Swamp-Root and how to !, Stronger i
JI7CiftO; n serve required i j i London Dec. 2u.-The ofiriallJro'la- fmdoutifyouhavekidr.evoroladdertrouble.: } Panama Det..n.\ens rI'.eQ'ht'rp : can be found Rt fill i South Palafox CUKE. NO PAY.

.,1! ," n), fji-creasc $293,300! ; i mation of the blockade ol Vinezuelan! :I II i i \When writing mention, read.r.g this generous I, from the"enp7.uclan frontier Is''; street Phone 2'1. I Price SOc and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FflEE.PSOIESSIONAL .
x.U'1' II
I itjrts was gazetted this cjorcicg, and offer: in this paper ar.Ji "" to thr. cSect that the j .
1S.112,100. Jotrtase
is ( $2S10 ,- I .
:'I becomes effective today. 'i|I send your address 13 ...-. A.3" :. :.:..:.:: i i I movt rnent against Pr.-sidPct Castro: Is'i O 1 t3 1' IT.11L. i i

!! Tie: text cf the proclamation! is as |Dr. Kllmer&Co.Emg0f; : : Iurmen. i now n-.oro powerful than ever. GM1" Bean the Ire Kini to Hale tavs! teg) CARDS. .
N. Y. The
!) Found In lovsaI.nr.s i iM | follows: ...* 'i ;re;;u.ar Lily cent and nor'? nt"ml'naotioiiar i' cral! .Vatoe is said i to be ft the head SJgllt t.L ----------- ---- : !

Iowa OLH2o..-Oil has1:i-tori-urn I Office Dec. 20, 1902! : It : sues are sold: by all good druggists. of -t.-orR army and to be on ;ood I W'a .Z[ 'i i

i.vcivd on the Lanka of the I i! is hereby notified that as the United j I II tenrs with the represenatives of the 'I W. C. ROWE, M. D. k!rii
States of Venezuela have failed to I Don't make but foreign 1'0wp.
lllJ"ta'il', remember -
Grant A any I will Ortiw 17 S. i'a11fuL
.I''r. r.:1: City. quart repair your watches anC : *
I comply with! the demands of his maj- I the name, rwamp HOl>t. It is believed! among the VenozucJanrevolutionists iu
-' oil!! tent to Ames; college fo Jewelry flrst-clas style. J. 1 ii-
reaty's I Dr. I iluler' Itu.tr, and the strouyto'swa.in.andltaEpm;
j frovernniert, a blockade! by hiajesty's Swamp that theprl'Sent Stephens.
mot e-
:s said to have be 'n found to i
a i fun' rent pure. i i m naval forces of the hurts ofI addres-t bottle., Hicghjuitoii: \. Y., oneveQ' I mont against Castro will be success and after 7 o'clock f't t

I I I-aOuayra, Ca.enoyo: Oaentz and Cam- : ful.COL'iSAMICOM. lP3sono '1
--- i ;
i' yams and the mouths of the Orinoco -- -- SEND YOUR ORDERSto : 0133. ;
Warehouse Burned; Loss $70,000.: | n-r : ; ; :'
Is declared! and such a blockade! will! Coal taro:: >
1- Sl.CI11MKK\
Minneapolis. Ik< 20.-The
o-story j jrrtclt
the I i bo effe-tively maintained from and a!- Eatouton, Ga., Del :'>.While dig. JOHN S. BEARD, ; '
warehouse of \V. R. Mot Pearl & if
i ter Dec. !O. subject to the allowance gang a will! on one of IL D. Stubbs' Keu.iiiinenilation of a AVell) Known Dolive for carpenter or :
-mpany, was destroyed by fire at mid- electrical work. Repair work a ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
of the following days of grace: farms about 4 miles west of this place Chicago riibkiin.I ,
IMS 170.000. The
ntfihi buihlingJ.r..1 | specialty.
: content are almost a total loss.IT'S i "For vessels; sailing before the date last'k rock was reached and use and prescribe Chamberlain'sCou"'l1 Offices-309 Thiesen Building. :

of this notification from West Indian blasting became necessary. After pen |
Remedy for almost all obstinate
Office Hours-8:30 a. m. to 1 p. m.,
ports and port on the east coast of t otratin the rock a bed of hat proved : constricted coughs with direct M. Tabarras

the continent of America. 10 days for to be a god quality of bituminouscoal I result; I 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. in.
o prescribe it to children of Practice la all and federal i
state courti.All I
i steamers and 20 days for Bailing vessels. was reached 3D feet under ground
YOUR DUTYTo : all ages. Am glad to recommend it business entrusted to me wilt receive
The nely! found )product was given I Cor. Palafox and Gregory Sts., prompt and diligent attention
to all in need and seeking relief from
I "From all other ports 20 day for a test and pionounced excellent as a J.

be strong and healthy: especially) ,, learners and 40 days for sailing v err' fuel by those who tried' it. A wagon 'I 'colds and coughs and bronchial afflictions.
when such a reliable remedy for It is non-narcotic and afe TERMINAL JUNCTION t :
sc-Ia l oad of crtil wag PxcaratPd.w ? QTlt ; lyl' I I
stomach, liver and kidney ills) as i ) :
inthe hand; of the-
| "For vessels! lying in the ports noi mot unprofessionjal. '
Ho-tetter'sStomacli Bitter
obtained from Drut\',Bt. can It will be j declared{ to be blockaded 15 days. Inmates Safely Removed. A universal panacea for all! .FRUIT STAND. j
any '
i ... ...
-trenirthen the nerves, improve the; "Vessels which attempt the bloc! ) St. Paul! 111'('. :2u.-Fire started at 2 j: mankind. MKS. MARY R. MELEXitv Z--Y":.. ,'iJ. Ii [ I "

appetite and absolutely! cure HEA)).I i i lade will renter themselves! liable! to o'clock! this mornIng; In the attic of | M. D., Ph.D., Chicano, 111. 1.llIsretedy DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED hi ,'.... ::.:: !

lt'11B.. NATSKA, IMUOESIION.r;- 1 j all measures authorized by the law of ',.he main building of the Institute for j I II J ; medicine is for sale dealers.CASTORIA by. all drugBtand r; In 'j 'r:1":; ...... I Itn.

tsrii-ATKi-v CHILLS OK MAI.AKIA. I Feeble Minded Faribault! and the I Candies, Fruits, Nuts, ..j 1. _' i
TKY I nations and h)' the respective treat- -- fY.1f ., ..... ..," .. ,, .
A BOTTLE lo.--s will exceed p il+("H. The 300( f in- .4"
Ifs bctw.H his I : t \t !
majesty anJ the dif- BI! ,
AN obtain I Cigars Tobaccoand
a copy oru 190. ALf j )
) of the school safely
ferent mites were
tt t ,\ from i neutral:: )powers" I
your Drugg-t-t. It i isj
I .J i t :
ed The building! is a story strut everything f-he kept in a Firs : :-I : 1 i

FRENCH CITIZENS lure. 3ju;; feit Ion?. and wa trectd Class Fruit 8tand. ;
I SAFE For Inlants tl \I .
and Children. 'f-
at a cost of $:uoUO). ; '

HOSTETTER'S i I II France Will Not Send Cruiser to Venezuela -- The Kind You Have Always Bcngft t Fireworks for the Holiday. ( : t:4 '\ I j !

Safety Appliances Ravored. $
Waters. Will Deliver Purchases Free. I
STOMACH BITTERSUHICSOL I Warhirigton, Dee 2U -The housf'I Boars, ::;: your t.,. ;
Paris, Dec. 20.-A cable from Fort committee OIl commerrii today re Ort.1 t.tnre th&r of ;;:; ;; ; co.n.y.IJ! .. -' j f L
de France, I M. TABARRAS.
Martinique, announces that ed favorably the bill ifqut-stins sa.ft-I I

,, the French cruiser Troude which was i |I ty appliances! for coupling cars. i, __u_ I
absitnu-d a feudas ago to protect'French !
When Santa Claus
utiz"ns !in Venezuela! will now HU I.u.l ,1..... .WILL MOVER'S. I ', .

remain outside of Venezuelan waters Stranger (to small boy)--Is '"\'our'neiLJ.ur .. .. ,

Cures Rheumatism. (I as all anxiety regarding the welfareof ; Jmie-s at home? Arrives

the. French citizens has been fiJs- Small I'.oy: _No, fir. lie went to the !
>ui far away Los An ele*, thed 1 pelled. cenu-tcry this uiurnin> ?. WEST SIDE GROCERYHAS I
I You can welcome him with cheerfulness ; Ii
The "'hPIJ will be return
foreign office
>f lljwers, comes glad tiding here has received }
from the charge "He's gwictostuv." and brightness when your 1
I i-the home of t'RICrfOL. This i d'afflaires at Caracas JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OF IiI
home is illuminated I
confirmation of the gas. :
.' dy was originated, after pains- I announcement thatI I
'Kitu and long continued research: I I'reyid-nt Castro Lad conferred complete I NO FALSE CLAIMS. Fish Roe, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, Barrel Olives, I I The holidays should be cherry, and :

I druxgi-t of forty-one years ex- i ;jwwcrs on Minister Bowen to Mackerel Buckwheat for your dining room, your parlor.
The Mincemeat and
proprietors of Everything
Foley's Honey !
lice It pleasantly cures )the J- i I arrange the terms of arbitration The' I' I hall or bed room there i3 nothing

..ti-m Sciatii" Lumbago and dispatch! adiled) that the president txpresstd and Tar do net advertise this as a Kept in a First=Class Grocery, like the oft, rich light that radiates f if I
I'..," forms; of Kidney, Liver and confident belief i-'sure cure for con-umption." They 'I I
that the exer-1 from If i
good ;
gag. you are not connected -
drier troubles caused: by uric acid else by the United States do not claim it will cure this dread FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR SPECIAL Ii
1.1" 'iJ tell1. It i- new unique and of the pow- OCC.\SIOXS'j with our pipes send us a postal I''
i mle.;.. It builds up and cure w Rrart.d, to Minister: Bowen un-i I I complaint in advanced case, but A Car L afl cf tie Justly CelEbrated> Majestic Flour Just Mini or telephone us and we will have I!
!' all other remedies have failed doubtei'Iy will secure an adjustment: of'' do positively as.trt that it will cure !i I Ii your house lit up by Xmas. I I

cue paragon-the queen of all! the q-i.-stions In dispute.! 'I in the earlier stages std never fails I 1 i [

dies. to cure the dieaef/ r Informal! exchanges of views be to give comfort and relief! in the I i i Pensacola Gas :!
't' :. hIt I lecoinmeudej.i There tween the Co.
of Rome. I.on- I wor-it ca;;e*. Foley' Honey and i iI i J. E. DUBUISSOX S? BROTHER
""inu else like it and it will prove don aa.1 Paris indicate the willinpr.es! : Tar is without doubt the greatest )iI ; i ,
incalculable value to *uirtringitnautty. I 25 and 27 E. Garden
; of the Hritish. I St., Peniaccla, Fla
Italian throat
: A strong) and French Bov- lung reir.edy. Itetueo i COIl.NKKTAKUAGONA: AM IXTKXDENCIA STILELTt. I f i iI
mpany I Is behind it and it i U des-efPrnrnPrts to a eves to the formation I substitutes I
Dealers in Exclusive
.' d (mark a new era in inedi- a mixM commission as a means of ad I

-ch-nce. Drug; i'it'i sell it aU 1.'I 1.tU Justin; the dPflcultiPtt;! .

i Bottle! or G bottles for i.OU. Send I., ---- 1 NOTICE i te First-Class Staple and Family Groceries, < ,: Geofge Wilson -I !

.-.ip for particulars and book of' .Mother GraM Sweet I'owilers f..r I have been authorized to take I I .
w di'rful l' n\". Address: TilE i Children subscription* for Win. Jennings I

VK AMI RAXKIX D Rot II C'o':, Hryan's paper, "The Commoner. GLAD AND HER TASK LIGHT. j I f
Atuui.i. Ja... or l'/I'H. Chemical I joces-ifully! used by Mother Jrsy, nurse in Union Depot Store. I :
The .
I price ; $1.00 per year in ad OurUoodsarc KPCeivedFresh Every Day. our Prices Very Moderate and I'urchnips !
< Ln" AngPle..Ctl. tUf Cluldrt-a'a Homo ID New Vork. CureFt'VfrhhnifM vance. Those desiring the paper Irtlv.red Kroe to any part of th" VII). We nl-o ki- 'pn IjtrgtA'sortmrut of Crockery, I
Bad :Stomach TertliuiB ti'4. j can have it sent to them by sending Tinware,Ac., and you da not nave to go elsewhere for w hat you need I i Fresh Eggs, Chickens, Turkeys

order nwVeaodrrguIate! the Howels Rajitroy
..... It.J\ (\ !U11\\ (\ \,1./1: Worm U\er :)1.10111 testimonials.The 11.00 to the undersigned H.; M.. ROCKE ,i i iI ; COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY SHIPPED. i Etc., Received Daily. ;,
,41I flllllllll r'/II u'ltrfml. At druggists? .c. SanipleKKKK. I Care Daily News. !: P.O. Box326.
Address Alien S. oinistvJ l.e I I J. E. Dubuisson & Bro., Fruits, Vegetables and Nuts of All
> Ito)', \. \ I PHONE 66. i I Descriptions.Choice I
Ii i : 'nmily G-rocors. I

ll Ucfps the Feet \\arn and Dry i i CARPENTRY AND Plant Oysters Always on Hand '

a Ask lo-dnv for All.'i's -EfI'l'.1poJ'II'II..r 1 and Opened Day or Night. I I i

(IwoTR&NT II "Uft'.I'hIJIJIRIIIullt'n.! .Mweattngt+ore I ELECTRICAL WORK I, m QcirK MEAlS AT ALL HOUKS. '

Achinj, Hump feel. At all druggists and i PRICES REASONABLE.
odor iitf. I
stori-- Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 6flO. _. I
Guather's if yOU have any carpenter or electrical
Try Candies atSolomon's.

nB & |, I work you want well done. Alligator LODGE DIRECTOUY; I '

I ---- I t! UNION ."" ,"" I '


E: NEW STORE 1 NEW GOODS I! ; '. 24, TJ02.-Sealed proposals .:f. .."" DEPOT KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.Prnnacnl ;
r in triplicate, will received un Saloon.I I -

: DAILY MENUSmprise : IS'EW DRUGS til 11:30 a. m.. Dec. 21. 1902. for con b l1 Lodge. No. 3, K. ot P., I Imeetlerery
I ""tructinj wharf. Fort Pickens Fla., Monday CTCA

I l'. b, reserves right to reject or ac- Ing at 730 at Cattle Hall, j
: > all the Up-to- -- I cept any or all propos tl+ or any part t 4 \ In the Rlonne -. Wauo
: halMlng. bird Coor
W. C.
thereof. Information! furnished on NORMKN
t! lute Dishes the Markets VltltlDg brethren oordlkjl 9
White's I.application. Euvekres containing welcomed ,
of !JJ I
the World pharmacy
\.t ;
proposal should be marked 1'ItUI'l1i1:1'UL'. A. Lai i : +
tong Afford.ta i I po;;:jN for Wharf." a J Jressed W. E. H. HOR8LER K. R.& 8. C. O.

THE undersigned has opened a : COLE (J. M. 24n4td2022SS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN

>hiIn Drug Busitie-? in the Renshaw '

Ladies' I building 106 South Palafox: street, i CURE YOURSELF Z !

lay Private b with! a full line of Fresh Drugs Per- : Wines, Liquors Cigars. /OwaaI.tees. dIacbsrBid6foranaatarai8cel
lnt.lOuD' .
d or 111"10011.PARKER'S
l f \
fume Soap and such .,
Dining Parlor. i other articles t I. it tu. fit macoai mtriMt. I
Pe.rou toeudy, PiinkM and not uuift*
"- I Iu are usually: kept in an up-to-d ate 'a rstlvstCemvcilCo.eatorpoisonoa.. i I
Drug Business. cIxpA.Ana. soW by 1araggtate, I I I

'to We respectfully solicit .., ...... HOLE AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING U.&a. Or Nat in Plata vrtp r. 1
a share of ... '.-..;"" .. ...' T' '",- oeea tp>
tI Regular Dinner Daily. the BRANDS OF STRICTLY PURE AND 7 i. 3.SottJei'iaj. i
public patronage: promising to P 0"1 CireuUr at o. Mount I 4i
Rive entire satisfaction, both in !1 ,

ft* goods and prices. (? : it .A f : ::; !

..:.._ lmrt Orders Promptly The Presription Department is in Brookhill, Edgemont, Old Prentice, HAIR BALSAM
tS I'illeil. 315 SOUTH PALAFOX ST., 4a eia ass aDd .taoiiM &i. halt 41
Night or pay charge of our Mr. Walter H. White tfnouuf m.nnao ,Tows,.
-. ,elf: to the Postal Telegraph Office. Old Barbee and Montreal Malt Rye. |NeTeI' '&II. to Bettor Orn i i
who will his utmost to all to IU YonUifal Color.
.. try please I A uer.a.p H_* htrNCLISH f..uy, llV
"g if tt'e Something Good to Eat who may favor him with their orders Fruits, Nuts, Candies, WwdI'uC IM !JIIII

.. loa wish you'll dud it atm .:As our tock Is entirely new t The Celebrated Atlanta Beer CH'CHUUR'S [

Nick and;fresh, we solicit a trial order. Cigars, Tobacco, &c. |HHYROyALfLL8t ; i j p
Apostle'sPopular {

= W. H. White & Co. f I /i,;.*.\,\ hr CIIICIU'TEk'a.n.+liaftt* Ladls.warrrlra

r Restaurant. Full Line of Stationery.I I Phone 46. Cor Tampa and Wright Sts, A 5iwj I.....RY..."D.Ara. .n.ant_L.11 T.h..lh._.11I.t\CLLSN......HfWtT .... !i{ ,r i

PHONES: I J) tJ Ds.v.se.b.Ui.U..a..1l.II._.. 8..f ,...DC..l.e.,44. Ie. {
11 Day So. ibO. lu.N to P.rU..r.TN".1IIaIa
No. HG
Night \ *: ff sod'ReliefrrL.dle..*...{fH.r.. _
J S' 106 South Palafox Street. LARGE STOCK OF FIREWORKS. \ i .i A aU f Lr....,..Mal.... !* 1 lki.l.tetbe.k.C.. ?!

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.' j::: '; :- J **> 4>Vk] :r .I."C l Jff .TJII.JlJi.f1 .tLU.Uf lAJJ. .._ .,.,..-, I .7-, ._ J.IU' 4l( r. ltllfA.ilL' ,.t) '_l_ ., ,..f<' "'"" ''" """ '''';'


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until January 1st of next year and AN UNPARALLED RECORD

t fol -p. -=-- 3w5 no longer. GOLF INSTRUCTOR Talk this over with your doctor. If he -
The second order, which is too

k long for quotation here, covers the TUCKER IS HEREMr. says Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is all right
question of analysis etc., and the

XmMredattbe. Post Office at Peneaeola, manner in which the "formula," as --- hard then take it. J.C.AyerCo..
; f'_* eeond-cla _, tsouth it is technically termed, and,: the John Dunn Tucker, the well- your cough, Lowell,JUM. 11 100%
: OFFICE :-PUt'i Building 211Hftlttoi various "percentages"of Ingredients I
: fu itreet. op-italrs. known New York golf expert, ar- --I .
shall appear upon the packages I
i 4 THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Both orders are of the first importance I rived in the city Saturday afternoon A Million Voices Every Woman is Health Beautiful in Good ,

to our farmers and fruit and will spend the greater part of: I Could hardly express the thanks of During Angun EYERon
Terms: Invariably in Advance. Homer Hall, of West Point, la. Listen Beauty is not so much in the features i
and will do much to
growers, regu- fie winter here been engaged death claims
having the
2t, Gal Year by Mall.. -Jo 00 why: A severe cold had settledon as in the expression and condition paid in the I'iltfa;
,tl Mix Months t: & late the sale of artificial manures in as instructor by the PensacolaGolf his lungs,causing a most obstinate ot the face. Every woman is States and Canada by the EquI; ; .
I ,r toga Week,by Carrier, Payable Monday the interests of tbe of the ,
consumers cough. Several physicians said he endowed with beauty. Show me a ble Life Assurance Society
will be
club. Mr. Tucker
Adtertitir Rates Furnished on Application state so faithfully served by the agricultural opento had consumption, but could not help woman who is in good health and I paid within one day after .r.
#Ii will show who is of a''! ree"q.| !
!tY. department. engagements with those wishing him. When all thought hA was you a woman
't TELEPHONE NO. $118. doomed he began to use Dr. King's cheerful nature, a good dispositionand proof.
: '! instructions in the game, and maybe New Discovery for Consumption and who is beautiful and attractive. I I .
during no
saved my life. I now weigh 227 lbs." with the most attractive features is i year has the percentage (a
BELF On Christmas night to Charlie's bed It's positively guaranteed; for beautiful without good health. Low below USo .

A btrange procession came; Coughs, Colds and Lung troubles. spirits, pains, nervousness, leaden
rI v'DEC Turkey; decked with Sausages, Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles complexion, headaches, backache, This excels the SocieT t;
: A Pudding wrappid in flame. free at W. A. D'Alemberie's S.Palafoxstreet. are all beauty destroyers and these great record. It has nevrrn

I '\ PEHSAOOLA, 22,1902 Sixteen: Mince Pies in broad array symptoms can nine times out of ten been approached by any otn. .
Were perched upon the rail, By virtue of tLe authority vestedin be attributed to a torpid liver. [
I ; a CHRISTMAS week. A great Sirloin: whose beefy eye me by Section 192, of the Codeof Pfeiffer's goods have always proven I HEPATICURAwillgiveyougood :I
Made Charllll's cheek g rON pale. satisfactory to their many customers health and restore your beauty; "strongest in the WorM1!
J I JOHN L. SULLIVAN has: sworn off Ordinances of the City of Pen- ; therefore, ring 'phone 365 and then why suffer and be homely?i THE
Each bad knife and fork EQUITABLE LIFE
one got a when can have strength, pure, A :-rR.
l'i you
I order Christmas cakes.
i again. Must be broke again. And plates tbe Mince Pies carried; sacola, permission is hereby given ;your rich blood good complexion, and ANCE SOCIETY t

The Pudding said in suety tones; nerve,all of which make women -
j : : TAMPA has the oldest white prison- 'Begin! Too long we've tarried! the general public to dischargj Marston $ Quina have a beautiful and attractive. Sold I OF THE CNITEDTAIi -

er In the state. Tampa seems to "This boy at dinner time today fireworks (CANNON CRACKERS over fine line of Rattan Parlor by all druggists.

I\ have abut everything in sight any. Two helpings bad of me!" THREE inches in length excepted, I Suits and odd they
peces; OOWLES
1 "And me, toe Turkey next chimed in; BUGS.,
Ill c how. _____ The sausages said'Three!" and are strictly forbidden undera i| are better and cheaper than CHILDREN'S BICYCLES.
; TAMPA'S tax rate is 21 mills-just "He ate us all," the Mince Pie said; severe penalty) from Wednes-",\ever.t F. B. Bruce wishes to announce to \2PIll8,

i "of age," and the highest in the Sirloin said,"Tls no Joke! day, December 24ih, A. D, 1802, t I\ his friends and customers that he i 309 B. Palafox St.. PF.N AU'I A

I state; but then all that strennosity Come And now Charlie, let then us begin awoke on!him!" to January 1st, A. D. 1903, inclusive. i I Ii I will for a few days longer has just received a large lot of Beau -

cornea high.RUSSELSAil. ----- Rowdyhm, loud and boiatroua I TUNE PIANOS AT $1.50. tiful Children's Bicycles, all size, 0. M. PRYOR,
A Goll COII h Mrtlleine.
is out again after a noises, whooping or hallooing or colors and prices. The Government, .
[From tbe Gazette,Toowoomba.Aus tralta.]jI firecrackers into the I I am to Restring and put :
and are throwing yards. prepared Come and select before they are
two mouth's illness, things I niture man, has nude ,tn u i L: i .',
find Chamberlain's
I already beginning to look gloomy in Cough Remedy of citizens will not bo permitted.C. : I new Actions and Keyboards in worn (I gone. Prices right. dlllwToro's ;: in the furniture bu ine-. H.T.. .
.. i is an excellent medicine. I have /
M. JONES, out Pianos and make them good as during the holidays, m Iii :
Wall street been suffering from a severe cough; at reasonable I price on all his elegant "' .
new prices.Leave Beef Tea at Solomon's. R
Mayor of Pensacola, Fla.
'Tis now the local scenery is en- for the lat two months, and it has orders at Johnson's Book household and office fur It''...-
I. W, C. JONES: Clerk.HJlt figures that will enable \ "I r,' :,\
effected a cure. I have m -- -- --
livened with Christmas greenery, great pleasure Store.
---- your Christmas .
I presentthing : Ii :
: and money melts like snow in the in recommending it.-W. C. WANTED. Clt \8. \\'. I'IfhbT.FT. I CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S that is useful and "' f.. J 11"

'I .e yuletide'a cheerful glow. vVocKSEit. This is the opinion of i II what articles are sold fur ;. 'I .
one of our oldest and most respected Thirty salesladies at once. K. H. We are going to sell our : No. 30 South Palafox street, for your Yon should call on hit 1 Ii. : ', :, ,,r:

i THE Times.Union aud Citizen says residents, and has been voluntarily Kress & Co. dlG-lw $1.00 Tabaurette for GDc. I, electrical work. He is prepared to { lug elsewhere ; "
do a flr"t.cla'hl job at moderate I -- -
: that Veuezeula is 'a hopeless bankI given in good faith that others The finest; line of sterling silver you -- ----- -
} may on Dec. 22d 23d and 24th. prices. Phone 203. ,
!,; 4'\1\I rupt." First case on record when try the remedy and be benefited, as foods tni silver novelties is to> be ----_ Try Tomato Bot Ilion at
found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices toplease Just to see how many people Solomon's.
took with the riche
( hope : was Mr. Wockner. This remedy is I MEAT & MALT has a marvelous I
sold by all druggists and medicine ; all. will read this ad. .AI arss dietetic value. While: refreshing and '

A NEW YORK man died recentlywho deal=rs. ton $ Quina. pleasant to take, it helps assimilation 'I
: had lived inside his house for W AtHED---FU RS. I of fond. Hold byDANNHEISSER I Carolina Portland

I ; 30 years. As he had also lived inside THE MAYOR'SPROCLAMATION No. 1 otter skin...... ..$).00to$9CO Fruit cake, made, at Pfeiffer's BROS.
his income, his heirs are likely Steam Bakery.
No. 1 coon skin, large, 50 to .80
t3 have a merry Christmas. No. mink shins, large, 110 to 150 Try Tomato Boullion at Cement CoeBIRMINGHAM
Other roods in full proportion.Ask Cleaning ladies skirts and waistsis Solomon's. I
SOMEBODY: propagated nil or. any Pensacola bank for ratingon cue of a'''.r specialties Star! Lann- "

ange that will "grow anywhere." It -- me. dry. FRUIT CAKE. I ALA.
; J. W. WATKINS: ,
lli would be considerably more to the Attention is directed: to the mayor's Brunswick, Ga.
point to find one that would sell The justly celebrated fruit cake ;
proclamation susrending the enforcement CASTonXA. I Stocks of all
anywhere and please everybody. for which the West Florida Steam I High-Grade American
I of section 19J; city code, hears the Mays Bcqtj: them Portland Cement. "Geriiunu
- -- oysters today. Try Bakery is famous is now for sale at ,, -

THE Gainesville Sun is cruel from December 24 to January! 2, inclusive l! C&ture G.Z I Iat I NIC Al'OSTI.E.ROOM'S. I II 23; cent per pound. 3Jtf German Cement"Saturn, King: N German. V. Calcmwl Portland -

I enough to say that "Admiral Plaster, JJospndale
It is particularly desired I Cement, kept at ;
J Dewey's presidential boom slowly, I -.sAT'- .\ Guaranteed Cure lor IVr. S'orfolk. Port-nioutii, Charleston

I but eurely materializing." "Hurry, that all rowdyi.-iu incidental to the I IChrbtmas SEE GREEN, WATSON & CO.'S II I I Itchinc;, Fhnd: r.leedmg or Protruding :Javannah. Jack-onvillc, PensacoJa
celebration be I Piles. } hurry, if you ,alit to see Georeei"ii suppressedand 1'\ZO Ul"l' lE\T funk to cure
i I Handkerchiefs. Prices, u cents to i "xj \kVeal-o make In pine tit- direct fruit:
)"OU cents. -
Mayor Jones calls particular ?.>.U) each. : ,I :Mills wherever we set cheap,.
THE Atlanta Journal wants to ___ ,
I I:7flldin's. j rfijht; rate. Sole rlluig agentAlabama" : -
attention to the fact that such: will
The beet and if
i1 know "What doe mean by Chri=t- I largest assortment and "Miuilieru t tUrand

1J1a;?" It means a bad: headacheand In no way be toltrated. The mayorsees I ,) I flie Bcst Jtr 5c.CHRISTMAS I FINEST FRUIT CAKES firework-had, whole-nj every and de-crif re'ail.ttoa at can: Mrs be ," Portland\ C..ml'ut1.: ,:

a dark brown taste in the morning no u;e iu this sort of celebrationand - -- -- -- II I John F. Ffpitfer, No. 211 East In- lia Jl\dr.uillc! Natural l"I;'
I L"l THE QTY ATONTY n.ide near Birmingham.
! to the average inau sometimes. will see to it that it is suppress : j I telltl' nca street.

t ed. here ii a severe penalty to this 25 CENTS PER POUND ; -- I Correspondence Sclicitei
is from Hot Chocolate with
THE following timely: gem i l I -+- i:

I f the Christmas thinkery of the Birmingham breach of disorderly; conduct. I WHITMAN'S INSTANTANEOUS Whipped Cream, at SolclUOll'S. -
News: The proclamation also prohibits ,I CHOCOLATEAND .
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i Mama buying bargains: (
; the discharge of firecrackers over ,
Turkrj's in th coop; I The hit and lirge't assortment of
('andiesonthe'hrtstmaatree; three inches in length; and the I".11 in torn \".\ c'n( (>,I.\ I toy oil firework- is displayed at j t.-rwprn IVr-Hacol.i, anil \Iilllln-ll n'
Ii I'npn'g in tbe soup. I Itana hairy I \i-t-j>r Hindu?
Mr John F PftilferS.. 211 East i
throwing of fireworks of any size or i
-- -- ---
Caucasian Cafe.
k The Christmas edition of the nature into the yards of citizen3. Inti'udeu'ia "trI'P "CITY OF TAMPA."

i1 Time -enlon and Citizen, published These acts are also punishable by ATH i .r :Milton! .. ft..tiam: J.v 1'.n lIcol".1 :
-+- u l'en.itcola.yjiiam Ar Milton ,
I Hauday, was certainly a monumental mrK "

one. Thi- great state paper ha- heavy fine.--.. ----- ;,II J&YV VVVVVVVVVVVVVYYVVYVyy' 7 j' ttirp.fioc; Hound trip$L(,1'

been greatly improved since the reduction Halt a CoidTinif I <> :, ) :

m price, and seems deter A. J. Knell wanted to attend a party B 1 :; JEWELER\ IN HIS
mined to have a happy and successful but was afraid to do so on ac- *)-(r,.; : )--J n an {puut S toe k g ;I

new year. ( out IIf pains! in hisstomach, which LI
he feared would grow wor.. He I :' ;1 i HEW\ STANDI

say: "I was telling my troubles to
HOME tf our esteemed contemporaries i a lady friend, who said: 'Chamber (iJt a -ol ( i

!! are devoting columns of their lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhrea; Tidiest t Store in Town! j G> Ad () have moved my jewelry'on '

valuable ;tothepiecarionscon- Remedy will put you in coiiditiou 120 South Pahfok. formerly: 10' '
ditiou in which young Cornelius for fie party.' I bought a bottle and I : L. FURNI-UAE I g : pied by lass tL Co., and am i t. '
take pleasure in stating that two I better
prepared than
i oat ever to /r
finds hitn-elf. The
Vanderbilt .
mere fact now that this gilded youth doves have a cured Loud me tune and at the enabled party.me" )Ir.1It'11 to. iI I <> J g: !--l:1:i'J Moat Hi' Stili withinto fQ f/_ '" --... ....._.. ._'._; < ': great jewelry bargains, etc. dianiond-i.Call and see+,wati, UK i ,

1 happens to have a turn fi>r mechanics is a resident of hummer Hill, i : : ItayN l+ ':" u I) let me convince you.J. .
I :
I and mouey-gubbing, rather: than N. Y. This: and remedy medicine ifor dealers.sale byalldrug'isH ,, Begin Your Christmas Buy i <) [ } > I. HTEPHENSFoiey's .

spending, is no puiticular reason: U A ri1 REGARDLESS; ..1. (#' <>

1 why he should l be nude a shining ing. Early Choosing is a Big T 1 l --4',.- A Kidney Cure

example of. There is :still any WILL RECEIVE I 1 OF COST.The \ --.1yi, 'If I m-ies kidneys
amount of snobbery lying around I :. Advantage, Particularly where ,, 4.n;; t.i. I t JgJ; <) cni bladder riyfct.

i I I loose. NEW BOILER ; ) i
I -- ----- I there are so many Useful ,, MERKHVKTHEK will be placed nil the c; EVERYBODY LOOKS '
THE Ntws cordially endorses I I Market To-day and SolJ Regardless of G't <)

-, _every word of the following from I Pretty Things to Choose From, ) Cot. ; n'9n ) FOR THE BEST
tseuator McCreary's Gainesville The navy tag :Sebago at the navy l
and Especially RARE B4RGAIS IM: HOUSEHOLD A* D t i ,141 "u .
at will soon be fitted
Harry: present
OSf' KITCHEN FURNITURE, TOILET V. .t. Here it iCall i on Hjm/ '
The editor of The Fun has never with new boiler, this improved ?
a large
1 bad cause to regret: that !Iw wai oue G SETS, PICTURES, ETC. ,, '\IJl r ( ( t Creary. They are doing the It
the addition having been shipped '" work that can be turned out HIC':
, of tbe fir-t to support candidacy I I
i of Hon. 15. E. Mi-Lin for Cociumfriouer from Norfolk three week; ao.: Thisii SE13 it l 11MU EGa't' lamzoja ElccEl.i.h r gI. prepared to do any kind of ,,i .
of Agriculture, and those who They put on ludi rubber tir ,
,I opposed the geutltuiau hi.vs I Ions an improvement su/.:.....ted by : V h.AA.h.FYV A k.A ,F "" .110 .R.1r.414 ""'- $ A.\ I best on the! market, on short n<
IcLiu's'I I VVVVVVVVVVVYVyO. : as they have a full line uf
I Moos learutd that Mr. ) Admiral \\ 1'(. Th0J0Y81 ml.
II friends knew: the capabilities of the I :, tires in stock.
'I j man whose cause tney e:poll-ed. He Does your bu.-; y need uphoi-'
i i : 1m accomrli-hed: more for the benefit -I ing! ? They can make it good :in i v.
of the state during; the two year WAHTEDFURS.No. M. Their prices too, are rea-onablt/ .
I -- ----- - -- -- ---- PRYOR'SFURNITURE
j of his first term in ollice thau all of I they haH ample capital to carry''a
1 1 otter kin=.. ... ..*tUH) to $'J.CO first-cla-s

i : liispredecessuis combined._ No. I coon ;skim, lane, .50 to ..WNo. I Land Explored repairing business carriage. D..u't building f.uij i
Toy Thoroughly
1 Kerulucr Oulrrti. 1 mink skins, large, l.fO to 1.50 j call o'i them.

j The Hon. B. E. McLiu, our elli- Other goods in full proportion.Aek and Every Nook and !i Scales repaired.l-:PITZER&CREAR '

dent commissions of agriculture, any Pensacola bank for ratingon HOUSE I 15 East Garden -.tr..' i

has issued two general orders to fertilizer me. Corner Contributes to this Vast Phone ;57.
,1 1 it J. W. WATKISS: :; I
" 1 1b dealers iu this state which d5-lai* Bruu-wick, Ga. Assortment. Happiness fort i-
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: to are all of.concerned.more than ordinary interest FCKKMA. NO CUB, NO PAY. SALISBURY BLOCK, W. CQVEBSMEHT STREET. i i ii FINE: STATIONERY.
1 Child in' Pensacola. iI
1' t The first of these orders is as follows Your druggist will refund your money if I every i I -
J PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Ringworm
: Tt'tterllld Ulcers and Sores Pimples and (i Presents, All of the Useful, I c. V. Thompson, No. 11 not,
' '
't ; Section 1 5 of the fertilizer law, approved Blackheads on the face, and all skin dis SLATEBT '
that all DESIGNS IN= I Palafox street, has; just opeufd II
'3 II May 1901, requires eases. 50 cents. Worthy Sort and the Price I
j I manufacturers or dealers shall file I new supply of Linen and IJ"i d

j 'I( their oath of analysis with tbe commissioner Do yea want a magnificent watch Reasonable in Every Instance. I Papers, white, blue and gray, wn ,

,.1 ; of agriculture annually. for little money? If so, call on II I Bed Room and Parlor Sets I Envelopes to match, Oxford -Uf<- :
confusion as to
I In order prevent Stephen, the jeweler. He will ac
j dates when oaths expire, it is ordered commodate you. I --- i iI al-o Foreign: Mail Tablets with Envelopes -
I { that all oaths be filed between the I to match. Ink, Peii( .'-
1st and 15'h i>f January, 1903. and -- ---- I DINING ROOM TABLES, SIDE ROADS, CHAIRS, ETC. Penholders, Bhnkbook-. File. eu

,I i oaths subsequent iieretotore year filed the, or same.that may Any be Your Liver i I etc., always on h'ind.

I I! filed prior to that date named, will Will be rotted to its natural duties B 6-erson j Davenport Lounges, Metal Beds and Mattresses. Phone 234.
be regarded us void after January 1. and your biliousness headache and -
I II t 1903 For any new brands of goods I constipation be cured If you take ,
I'I : or new firms entering this territory C% -A.K* r o xi a:A. .
t1', for business during the year, after Hood's Pills 4-ea the IMK'a'JJHa.&Afif';
I January 15th of each year, the oath I Prices for toe Holidays Are Down Not
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Palafox St. I !s tTM # #
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Chase street. The HARMLESS AS MILK I
man oa East No. oooa.
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RECOVERED C. O'NEAL President; M. E. CLARK Cashier;
turkeys were being preserved and S. J. FOSHEE.Vlce-Preaident! ; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashier. ,

1 i fattened for Christmas dinner, and Look out what you put into

STOLEN FOWLS I I their loss; at this late day is a telling the child's stomach Childrenare AMERICAN NATIDNALBANK

blow to the former owner.MATTERS .
-- especially sensitive to the OF PENSACOLA, FLA. 1

AND PARTIES WHO STOLE THEM INBANKRUPTCY action of medicine. But Designated Depository of the United States. ,

need never fear Scott's Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25, l00'o

-- Emulsion. That is one reason Loansand Discounts...................... f44299184! Capital Stock ...... .... .. ............. .... $200.000.00 i
children's Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured........ 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 ,
and why it is so popular as a U. 8. Bonds and .............. .. ..
George Thomas: Premiums 213,80687 Undivided Profits................... .. 5,590.34
Payne trio Stocks,securities, etc...................... 2,62500 Rediscounts........................... .._. 10,2 1.61 F
Carrie Thomas are names of a Referee E. K. Nichols; left this medicine."As Furniture and Fixtures.................... 6.718J8 Circulation.................... .... .... .... 125,000.00)((
thieves bound over to the morning for Marianna for the pur- I. R. Stamps.............. ................. 65S' Deposits .................................... 461,604.35
of chicken harmless as milk"that Cash and Exchange........................ 153,94312
county authorities this morning, pose of presiding at a meeting of the
been the stealing is saying a good deal. But
their otfense having creditors of H. Bovis & Sons, appli- Total.......... .......... .... ............ ?S22,3S2.30 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... $822,382.30
of tIne choice fowls from the cants for relief under the bank- we may go even further and This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give

roost of )Irs. )f. Touart, at 325 West ruptcy act. The meeting is an im- say that Scott's Emulsion wili! your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.

street. Four of the chickens involving large assets 4 PER CENT
Romana portant one INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.G25Z525t5252 .
were rcovered and have been and liabilities, and the referee will stay on the child's stomach
teturned. probably be absent until Wednesday when milk will not. I
I I Have you seen those shaving
Chicken stealing has been reported Christmaswith -
to spend
night A little added to the milk in S-a saw stands and music cdbi- I
m many sections of the city of friends In this city.A I'
EXtraOrdlnar \nets at Marston $ Quina's.Just .
uit; and among the latest was that meeting of the creditors in the baby's bottle and a little after i
the Christmas
thing for a
i die Touart family. This theft, Kimball Lumber Company bankrupt : '
meals for older children is present. ,
wr.; :ii minute descriptions of the application was held before the I Skirt and JacketSale P;

i. wlwas reported Friday. Saturday referee Saturday. Mr. Kimball, an I just the right thing for the FRUIT CAKE I'H

night Marshal: Credille runt agent for the company, was appointed I weak and sickly ones. The West FioriJa Steam Bakery !",
ss: Payne ecdtavoring to dispose I trustee, and it was decided to sell Lsas2ssasEEsaJFrom '. is now making the best fruit cake

i a fat: pullet a certain gentlem'll1l'.ibfox the property of the firm at public I tyi It seed you a little t<>tn i(jou like III It ever put on the market at 23; cents ;
i SCOTT & UUWM.. 4-91'=lilrlcl. New Toro per pound.JTadffln. w .
street, and:! upon an ex- auction. The property is valued at I --- ._-

immation: it was found that the I t&O.UOO, and, as it is a choice investment : r ---V --Y-v -- '; Now Until January 1 1st, 's, Hie fs/ for or.a '

.icken wa one of those stolen.I the sale will be attended by

Hi was arrested as a dangerous and I, lively bidding.! The data of the sale I NEWS NOTES :! ,. AT ACTUAL NEW YORK COST .4 I:NO. __ _"I

-u-picious character, and to cffi- I has not been agreed upon.H. u i i;

cirsaid Thomas and ins daughter, T. Mclntyre, St. Paul, Minn., I L_ -' -- A BONA FIDE SALE N {@ !I

tarne, had given him the chickenst who has been troubled with a disordered I j An official: announcement from And we mean every word we say-no more, no les?-AT I
ell. These two were soon under stomach,says "Chamberlain's H
[ of
formal transfer
Baltimore of a
ACTUAL NEW YORK COST.; Seize this opportunity while it
and : their last Sunday I Stomach and Liver Tablets do me I I
trrest spent I i r.. & N. to the A. C. L. says that
than anything I have lasts; come early, get the pick. Make mother, sitter or wife a I
before Christmas: : in j ill. mire good there will be uo change of trallic to ,
ever taken." For sale by all druggists I Christmas: Present a Jacket,or Skirt. Nothing is more acceptable.
and medicine dealers.[ gulf ports.
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The police have a report of the Hello! central :3lV>. Best fruitcake I S. A. Friedman has a large and --'J ,,
stealing of two line, fat turkeys from mide. 'Jj cents; per pound, at : well assorted stock of whiskies and 1 '
the fowl house of a prominent gentle- Pfeiilrr's Steam Bakery. ix | wines. You can get the best braids' tt JACKETS. tt I ; SALE : 1

i there for your holiday use. Ring upI II :

i"4 \ %. I phone 179 and give your order. Ladies' $13.50 Jackets ............. .......... .. .. $10.80 I ,
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: == ; y Chas. P. Licata, the well-known 11.50 8.50
gg- Jackets
rrur ....... ......... .
barber, has accepted a position at ; i iI .
frNICK'S* the Merchants bar and went to work 10.00 Jackets .. ...__....._ 7.50 f I i I ITHEe '.

( : there Saturday. His brother Tonyis 8.50 Jackets, ............. ............ 6.50 '

; : Restaurant and Buffet.Treat I I in charge of the barber shop. 7.00 Jackets.......... .... ............. ..._. 5.40 -- I, i, :
: ; Home of the most complete compendiums "
6.00 Jackets. 4.75 i
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I ,_ i [ of facts yet seen here ,
I I were distributed today with the Children's Reefers and Jackets at Proportionate I
Your Friends to One of i I I compliments of the L. & X. railroad. I Reductions. I
) 1 thOOO Mf
The names of the fortunate recei';ers ; .r
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"' Nick Apostle'sAlluring <> i are artistically printed. in gold letters -
: on the cover page.The
-t SKIRTS. t
I elevator was started today: to II
Dinners Luncheons I -01<'- ,
or \ 1 transfer nearly 0CCO bu.-iieU of I,

I wheat from cars to bia preparatory: i Ladies' $3.00 Walking Skirts .. $2.25 i i
( j| to loading same on the ltritishtcatnship h 3 25 Walking Skirts 2.65
Service i i Manchester Inventor due GOLDI i *
Nick has the Best Money can '. Ir
4.00 Walk Skirts 3 35
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This will betaken :9
today. grain cargo I
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Procure and the Finest Viands j "
; : to French ports. 13 6.50 Walking Skirts 5.25 I :'

the Markets Afford. ; j A Christmas celebration will beheld 6 00 Dress Skirts. ... ................... 4.75 -AND- j

) i Thursday night by the Seamen's ii 7.00 Dress Skirts..............-..... .. 5.40 i f 1!
Make His i it Friend Society: at headquarters
Spared no Expense I
I on the corner of P.1 l.1 fox aud 8.00 Dress Skirts. .... ...., 6.15 DIAMONDJEWELRY
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,* tN RHFFFT t* O 11 j Pine streets. A tree will be set up I h 7.00 Silk Skirts...... ........ ..... 5.40 : ::1
for the bentflt of children attending
: j jI i the Sunday rchool maintained ut Choice of any Flannel Waist worth up to I 1
that place. $3.50 for $2.00.
.\LL STANDARD AND FAlH [:\K SKRVED H RIm, ; Millory William, a former citizenof I !
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PREPARED I'.Y AN KXIMIUT:: ): IIXOIAtISTAND ; Petisacola, who i" here from his i I Ii

SERVED I1Y COt: KlKOlS: 1VAITEl.ill '.' : ;: home in Mississippi with his wife, I 'i iI f
l'"'* ? # W. J. & B. FORBES. # I WILL ONLI'Last 8+
;@H -- -:-- __' u@J( visiting friends and relatives went 'J ;
\ 1,1\\ out to McDavid last Thursday, .. i I I ., 'I
where he succeeded in killing a flue {

.p.a. c.1,.C10.Nt!.a...WCiO.ii.0.NOo 8! wild turkey, and 'narrowly mi.-sing ; a Few More !f
s. 0, : another." 'rho turkey was one of V''l\lr.WWNr1NNN'r.V.Y.'r''r I
tht- fluent recently seen in Penacola. # tk. I

; Hello Stranger i The popularity of Cal tain Kryger's <<<.e Days. < !i
t .
4 Bij-ni bar i is growing every day. The TflE>> LEWIS BEAR GO. I '
excellent drinks carefully preparedby I .:
.* Till IsLReiti' QI. expert mixologists araa d.lisht, : Don't Fail to Attend. :
O and also there U always an attractive : I 1
gathering of good fellow in the Wholesale Liquor Dealers. = .1(

oryj! recreation room, "-ith whom an idle Watches Diamonds, -i ii
ReposH ,
hour can be passed toot pleasantly.: .
Strangers are most courteously l cared {:: -AGENTS :FOR-@ ::: -I Ii
for by the ho=t. : I i and Silvelwafe
p Jewelry;
: 509-511 South Palafox Street. : Herman Lee, white, undertook 5- : '
:Saturday to "'pitl"' fi r a show now Green River Whiskey,
O exhibiting;; ou Pal.ifoxsharf.. -AT-
0 o-n' !1.1. MM: or- > : i i 1 1I
Among; those attracted bI.'t"s.
e I Hunter Rye Whiskey iJ
V.ice were Police Olllcers Frank and I ML wsm{ 1
B'llliiu who found that Le wu< nit f.
i Buggies, Wagons and Harness el1l.I: l',ved by the aggregation, and 3: Old Quaker Rye Whiskey, I 1

I p his uctmns were objectionable Lea 226 S. Palafox St. \ :

0e.o............. .o......... .s..o $.t .5....+ ; said hi> was: guilty and paid K; ii.to SchlItz Beer I N.
the city treasury, for his "epieliu.; :; ..I :I
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:: : Mngle a single l{oe.Sometimes d.e. f the! White Rock Mineral Water ? Money to Loan 'of All Articles '.i'r rtt '
of Value.
rig..t remedy will cure a ; rims- 'a-e .
i of illnt-*. 'it las been said it the WNNWff .I. t.> fl
liver could bf kpptin pod condition 1f1J. W "n NNWm. .. --_ ... '
there would b" no furtner danger to ,H---- .. '
-\T THE- the human system. 1'hm a liver I -- ,1j
tonic becomes the most important TIII
medicine you could have.! HEPATIC WANTED-HIDES.Dry I FRUIT CAKES.The I

GEM BOOK STORE l"HA is the bet liver tonic; one ... ...... .. ;
you can take with pleasure becauseit flint hides 12':c 11. West Florida I ; fc l team Bakery JAt Y GR ;B Y
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will insure you beneficial results. Green salt hides. 7c n.I makes: th best fruit cake in tIe: citv. b ,
CONSISTING OF :Sold; by all druggists.Fruit I I Tallow, in barrels.... Rich sweet and warranted to keep I

cake,best made- --,-at PfeiHer's I Tallow, in cakei.. ...... .r 6'aC' P. fre-l 1'ocftu-s per p,,ur.u. 3d.f YlIdtail httie...ale! ill III ,
Albums, Pictures, Cards, Calendars Baskets,, !Steam Bakery.B. Beeswax. 2(5( cents per pound. - (iru"'r-.
,, Ask any Pensacola bink for rating I Don'toi' ?t to buy the :

Games, Books, Dolls, Purses, Prayer i H. FAIRCHILD, !I ion me. J. \V. WATKI S.I brt.b7.one of those nice little! Hi: \NlllrUIlnlt: :a4..:;!

f Books, Hymnals Bibles. : GP:;LBTERER: I I Brunswick, Ga. Rocking Chairs mm Mar- I Family, Fancy and Staples .i i

Fruit cake, best made,at Pfelff..r'iI ston & Quina's. 50s. and i Groceries jt

\ ...Everything in the Way of Pretty Things..,. :I laroet 38 Work EAST and ROMANA Refinishtng STREET.Furniture a I! Steam Bakery. I upwards. and All Kinds r.f Up-to-date Fancy >B;

I Specialty. Bouillon at Solomon's. -I Good "1:
*0=PRICES LOA\r.=& Clam \Vo are P0IP! Di-trihutora for West .y--J
Try it. :
Florid for Ux" C..h.Lroitfod Cafe du di
o -_ _-_ .0 i- FOR MondoCitftp. Sweet Home Mola-i- tE
I 4a. Illini and Climax Fl..urrolt.cie's. "
: De1iatf''m.: ':
c-L 12 0 U m... :(? a9 i I I Call. for on estimates BEEKMAX before LUMBERCO. placing i I Food Cn.'a Canned German-American Meat! Ktc.; All
f" ., G'U Y I Matchmaker Mannfactariug Jeweler your orders for lumber.- dl6-lra :'RrtiStic: j photography, of which are Fold bv ,,l I. firet-clas
and Graduate Optician, -- -- I Retail Grocpra tn the cuv.003COi .
PROPRIETOR Jfudgiu's the 2 cst for 5c. _0i.. S. Palafox Street. .
;t Seitk Pilifoi; St. Prmwoli.FU i Ot.'IJI: i'.1L-trox.

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li i I'' is sure to give ELVS Dr. V/ F. Cook Passes Away at New-

SATISFACTION a' 4MBAYHyllr" WITH\ ITS IN EYES I New nan, Ga.nan, Dec., Ga.20.-Dr. W. F. Best for medicinal usesYour

j Ii Ely's Crem) BalmfiiTMltrlfefatOnre> -. r-'L_ Cook: one of the oldest and most prominent

TelL .i.rs: Bir.ed I I V.ettodist: divines in the state
It c..n. .. euutheaand 9Z Likea afternoon from a physician will tell you that you should always have some good whi --,
:'i h- als theds- .- _c.a-. : died late yestercay house. For accidents, fainting spells. exhaustion, and other emergency ca: c
: easedneuthrane, It stroke < f I'aral) s. and revives. But you must have good whiskey pure whiskey,fur poor whisk,
,, : rurei catarrh mil '-cj' ; Comet i I For3! ) ears Le was engaged in the whiskey, may do decided harm. HAYXER WHISKEY is just what:you neec '
"i drives away a c">ld c tintSSICN: : HEA;: V direct from our own distillery to you. with all its oriirfnal strength, richness ,
,, It tiler absorbed.'h"adquirkty ileaU. \' ,=t"'Y ''bi --- This\i In the sky comes active-: ciiai.try in Georgia, but, his carrying a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTKt ,j* .

tbe ; 1 the star of health health failing, he was two years ago ITY and AGE and saving the dealers'enormous profits. We have over a quarte v 4
COLD HEAD Witnear. 'tilee l = to Shew that V .1
SffmbSsr1' I to the weak and placed on the superanuated list since million satisfied customers exclusively family trade who know it is. bt,t for mt, ,u
E Rester.s the Senses of lusli and tSm ll. ler.cc, ;..l.rric.'atio.T! : and Bo)cct.s famous remedy weary despon which Mme hd has resided with his purposes and prefer it for other uses. That's why YOU should try it. Your money calk: j/
!, Full size! 500.It liruzifi-is: or Oy mail; Trial does for the stomach you are not aatls1ied.Direct .
&Ize Ille by mail. ELY bKUiHKItS.5rt : :' Were Reiotttd Ccmmiss.on Aj that which it ', dcurinePtall daughters in this city.!
ll'arrenst. N- York
ts unable do for He the father of Rev. Ed. F.
to l was
I Jour r.s rcr Holies.Scrastcn : stomach
I II Itself, even if but \\ \\ troubles and Cook presiding i elder of the Thomas- from our distillery to YOU

I WOUNDS PRC5ACLY FATAL, j jI I Doc. :Anthracite coal slightly disordered digestive vllle district and Rev. Ellison K

comn.i ion! hId its last session of t?, 1 or overburdened. I disorders.Kodoll Cook, of Richmond, Va. He was 70 Sam Diaiirs1 Profits I Prmnts Aduiiiration I -

/I Shooting of Vctarme! LeCleyse, the year today and adjourned: to mutt ia years old. The funeral will take
ri Famous Wcnan Anarchist. Vhilidalei.hia.I Jan. C. I place at 10:30 o'clock Sunday morn-

Philadelphia) Lie. 2u.-VoitairineLeClfjse In order to puma the commissioners ing.

I t the avywej anarchist! and and others concocted with the proceedings : supplies the natural ',1 HAYNER WHISKEY

teactlel of music who was yesterday to catch trains tod- )"s' session Juices of digestion and AGAIN: WORKING GOLD MINE.
does the work of the
I ." shut by lit-rman licit her. who alsoprulmes began at 9 o'clock. The attorneys 1
stomach, relaxing the It
.I ana.fiiistic tendencies, is for the nonunion men continued nervous tension, while r a i Plant Has Been Shut Down For Lackof PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE

mil ali-e touay at the Hantiiiann hos- calling witnesses from Lac-Kawani and the Inflamed muscles G' F' Water

i I'UaJ out the surgeons :fay: the has Luzerne counties for the purl
but a slight chanoe of rec-overy. proving that violence! intimidation and organ are allowed to il, month' fniorced id'tnpss on account 4 .
TJ.., -tooting occurred the streets I rest and heal. It cures l'i' ,, I the
bcytoUo were n S011eto in order to of iiiMilDdcnt water power due to PREPAIDWe
Indigestion, flatulence, QUARTS
,b and! was witntfseil by a number of prevent the men front (vllt:') ling palpitation of the heart, (1'i I t aii.iost unprecedented drought of the

iJUj.ms.' Miss Ll Cle'scas awaiting worlUverttt:. nervous dyspepsia and i ''I I ,/IM summer, wcrk has been resumed:

u, a car when HUcher approached Warren, counsel 1 for the l.e-- all stomach troubles by '" ai !II. (': :>'.\'n Mountain gold mining will send you FOUR FULL at;ART BOTTLES of HAYNER'S SEVEN
Y EAR-OLD RYE for tJ. O. and we will pay the express charges. Try it and
.aJ h'-san firing from a revolver.1'hice high Valley! Coal! company' ills-d! the cleansing, purifying and anti! mii'iug!! plant here it j-oudon'tflnditallritrhtandasgoodas you ever used or can buy from t

oi thee bullets which he fired I wap!: statements of the l1Jml'.Pl\[ strengthening the glands, only one -ut is being worked h> h>. anybody else at any price send it back at our expense and your U.20 will bt -!
membranes of the stomach returned to you by next: mail Just think that offer over. How could it b -
loou t'tfev-t. llekuer was arrested John 11. Otto the fi'rrtiuu :.- all! r dram!: pvr this week and only! toe fairer If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent. Better lei 101>

ui.il! taktn before the dying woman, i ed. said all the merchants in Ac !ll! a' I and digestive organs.KodolDj'jpepsiaCiire. r tat o ''in HuiUinston roller mills are at send you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts yourself get a friend u
join Shipment made in a pUin sealed case with DO marks to ihow whit'sInside.
!hat s.e (It"-lii/! ; 'J to accuse him! of Pa., were compelled to ho.\1 han w' ', ,1'1 the soft ore, the 50-stamii; mill! -

hu.iiid; hut her. Miss LeClej'se had bcvanse > '. worked in the n..n .- These nm :> rt having been p'U in operation.'i Orders for Ariz., Pal.. Col.. Idaho Mont.Nev N MPT. Ore.,Ttih.Washor >
4 fcl.OO bv Exprvb
[ \Vyo. must he on the basis of Uuarta for
tuan(1 noiotiety through Ler anar- ('ond witness was a bin II ; ', wa resumption of work on full pint-' Prepaid or 2O Quarts for 81 .00 by Freight Prepaid

tiis! >lie utterances and her intimacy force! to leave the store hi wits <'mrl at this Mart means a great deal to tins nearest office and do it NOW. '
Write our
withir.try.i prominent anarchists of the ( yi-tl in on Account of his t
< <' IkT! writings are bad to be being a nonunion man, and the ii-.xt Bottles! the only.trial size J1.00,which Size sells holding for 50c.2'{ times I THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY

1.i.oxvn to anarchists all over the world.It witness testified: that strike: trio I to Prepare by E. C.DeWlTI < CO. CE1CAOO. I N'ycrs For Savannah Mayoralty. GA. DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS, Ma ST. PAUL. MINN.Ul ,

ii dill she ram to this city a'wut have him forced out of the vi:lun'wt' Sa\aiuah. Ga., Die. :20.-A commit-
15 yeas ago from lichl vans Her fire company because he contiau, ,1 at I toe from the second district branch of
J iatht< 'r :is dead! but her mother lives I work! as a mine engineer during the i the Citizens' Club has called on :Mayor ,

some-whtre In the west. Helcher is strike. John Khpppard.Hann Pharmacy I Herman flyers and tendered him =-- -
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a ugarmaker, and was born in Kuseia. William Allen district >er.r.ten-: I Sidney Kanu. I its support in a campaign for the

1 ,, : dent of the Elk: Hill Coal and Iron j i majorality and asked him to make the J A VAN PELT. J. C. VAN pelT

company and two other employee of was hostile, asj she had to take ref race. In responding to the resolu

$ Jennings Makes Appointments.. the tame company testified that an I' uge with her mother--n-Iaw. Her tions hat were presented to him the VAN PELT BROTHERS
Tallahassee, Fla., D 20.-Governor
civil attack was made on the carpenter goods were not insured Her father- major gave the committee to unde-r'1
Jennings: has made the following
chop of the company's property and in-law and mother-ln-Jaw corroborated stand that he would make the
ar-noitttments! : E. R. Spraye of De GARDEN STREET GROCERS.
of thepeaco an attempt made to burn the carpenter her testimony. President P. J.Mulhln. the nomination should come from the
be !
Funiak Springs, to Jusittce i
shop. of the FatherVhitty Temper entire Citizens' rlub. This was the
for district 8. Walton county; ..DEALERS IN....
Mrs. Rhoda Snyder, of Wilkpsbl.rre.1with once society of Providence, near first time he had admitted as much,
W D. Dornuui of Live! Oak, and C. A.
bo notaries I a baby in her arms, took the' Scranton, and the treasurer of the though it has: been generally understood STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Stewart, of .
I stand and with tears running Forlf1t was railed by the miners in that he would be a candidate ,
public for the state at large. dJwn'I'I
qd -- -- I her face, told of the burning rebuttal of testimony given yesterday provided he again gets the nominationof

$100. Itl' .\1m SIOO.V I home by the etriters. Her hustand I by J. P. Dugan, who raid he had beenexpelled the club Fruits, Nuts, and Every Delicacy Suitable for the Holidav .>.

The readers of this will be was in the mines and could not come:: ; from the society" because he I .;
I paper I : Goods Received: Freh Daily Iud Sold on a Small V'ir.:-i': .. I
plf-'a"d to learn that there i Hat Ieat home because he feared bodily harm.I was an unfair workman. The two
I She ani her children were so abused! ; officers of the society" testified that r/O i Free Delivery to Any Part of the City. ;
one drpaj..dli"'r>; that science I itl I I
that sha moved I he was expelled because he had 'YF :
to another part of the violated -
'::i>- !ken able to cure in nil it-stupes, i : VAN PELT BROTHERS
coy. Her r(>( ;.tiD in the mw home ; the total abstinence pledge I fhh ticnaturo in on every box of the genuine ,
Hud that ii catarrh. Hall's Catarrh : James D. '
j Lewps. a mine foreman Laxative Bromo'Quininc Tablets I
Curtis i the only positive cure now i Foils a Deadly Attack. I who testified >'eter Known to the medical fraternity I been held up by a crowd of mino I I I II <

Catarrh being a constitutional disjii i ")Jv wife was so ill that good : near Olyphant. was also called in rebuttal If you wish to purchase; Christmas i
phy-ici-in* were unable to help In 1'." ': I note .,. .. .., .
', requires a coiMituti'Uiul treat by the miners and presents for your children d > itlrf - -v' H
a photograph
ment. I'all'-Catarrh Curt' is taken writes; M. M. Au;tiu, of Winchester, I showing him fial to call at Mrs. John F. Pfeitfer's, ,
Ind.. "hut was completely cured by with a large crowd f
the I 1\0.211 I
internally, ictin din-ctly upon East Inteudencia street.
blood and mucous urfiees of the !, Dr. Kick's New Life Pill*." They I around posing for a picture, was .CHRISTMAS PRESENTS....
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system, thereby detroyia;: tie! foun I work wonders in stomach and liver placed evidence.. The next witness, "

'I d'ation nt the dnoaso, and giving:: ;: the trouiile Cure constipation rick James Dolan told of persecution because I %G'. :}
headache: 2Jc at W. A. D'Alm- t i A URGE AND RECANT USE OF JEWELRY
patient "tren;!th by buildiii up; the 1 he worked during the strike. VI.( PRY'S R & ON U (
berte's Palafox
' coiirtitutior. and a.i.tingnature iU' drug store, 121 t 8. His children were beaten and Insultedon I ,
doing its work. The proprietors I'I'I' street. I the streets. 1: .4" OF ALL rUNDS.E.M.MNDERSEN.I. .0& ..4zu

f have much faith in its curative': ,----- '
KO The 5 5'i5S
commission! then adjourned fo' 525252S" S2525252. 2ir25L'-ru25'c52 Se5iS
pow.T., that tlu-y offer One Hundred I IIi SHERIFF'S SALE. i I, the WHOLESALEFruits
holHays. Chairman .
Jollars for any ca* > that it fails to i Iy vlrtQA uf an execution l cure. Send for list of te.stiiiionialsAddress I the circuit court of Jo.cnmhlCOUll! '. I all parties: to make every effortto :

A F. J. CHENEY & ('o., I Floridarhernn the Lewis li_ar Company, hand In the wage statements before
is plaintiff and A.adc, asA eg
a corporation
I TilpllIO. Wads .t -on. is defendant. 1 have levied I the rp"es so that the commission : S -. >J-29 South Palafox Street.I .-:-
j 27*Sold by Drugsi-ti, loc.I I upon, and will sell at public outcry fur I could study thpm. // .
cash in front of the court bou-e In''
county I 7
t.2SC.5252.Si5'2..C 2525'urr ..
tUe of Pt'n-ucolll. Florida, cm Menda ?
OUt KM: <;Hi'.u. ATTKXIOX. j jI *. the 4tb LIllY 01.1 Jmiuarv.A. W; attbcuuil i M Produce ,<
I hour of sale, the Gdlowingderribed' Famous Vino Slyer Mine.J.ariio. vJ''I-h'. I C. A1.A C !'Ill a.'ritol 18 i 1'J'
I { .. 't.JI ...r"u, f,ail, II..S i U.. t.I ... i q, )
is.p59 Regular: cOllrl.1of property, to-'\\U: Lottwl'nty (:IIUldl'UY) Tex.. Doc. 20.-Spoeial advices i

":,, vw:'r fJilCoeiir d,. Lt'oiiCominauJii of feet ivngiicoln.on Church Horifa.Mrwt, by fronting uiiietj (c.eight''i, f''n I"on.0) i i from Monterey. :',(('x., says the 127-129 Eat t GsTeriBiBil 8t 1 DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES. 1 ,, '

;... 3 ldf'n No. I. Knights Adams street nceording to map of said city i Guggenheim Expluratlon company has -, ) ....I.-
f'i'* ?*ij 1'eniplar, it 7:3J; p. in. copvrlKhtrd:; all bvTbos.r and stngalar A'atsou the In tenement lv'i. Tonetlit'rwith -, : rured an option on the famous Visa Keeps: constantly en hand and can '%fv\? f STERLING SILVER AND PLATED WARE. 'tons i' :
NJMVlay. 1) 'r. 22. j I ship' '( at short notice: Holland Cabbage -
itNdCross berrtilitamtiitand uppu.-tentucea hereunto silver and coppw mines near Uuran- Attention! tu H.. and Engraving.Mvery. )
I'lompl pninng
kJ! i1Vork in i belonging. I hardhead ; Huta JJigis in 150;
!I'Cllnill'f olHcers. 'I UEO. E. SMITH.l go. The price demanded: \ by the present '
anti I I pound bate Best Michigan: ';, '''-- -'' '' ,,- -'-- --"--'-- ./'-- -./'-...-"
t> ij', urninu: t rtir Kni..iits are cour- doaw lw t I"b'nlf. ow nt re (principally London capitaliMy Red Ol bi Onion, Extra Fancy -- -- .. '

teou-ly iiivitfctl. .] ) is understood to be six million I Ben Davis, Baldwin Russet, Hubi -
HAKKY W. (lint:;, dollars. Only recently $3.0IIIIclll( worthof i bardson: and New YOrk Spies A:<-

(ire; EIT/KN; Keconier. Nicolas Peters' machinery has been installed: or I pie<, Florida Oranges, lluatan Cocoanut .A.

i';. C. l this proiifrty.( If the Guegenieims I ?, L. L. ll'ii'iins: full weight! ; U
-- ------
TVxas Pecans, Mixed Nuts Mixed
k Sptciil coniinunioatlon I take th- property over it is thought Candy Large and Smooth Suck 'Str('KSSOK! TO AVERY t W( OLK LK.I

of K-c.tmbii L''dire No, 15, ; FRUIT STAND. : this will: be done la a few weeks. Candy, White, lied Kidney and IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

I I' F. and A. M., 7W: p. in., --- Lima Ieui ; California and Virginia -

{'o/' Work in M. M. decree.Viitinjr FRUITS, i nu'''. Cheee, flutter, extra fine in ': HARDWARE.

I : brethren invited. i' l! Multitudes are singin the praises I'10. I0 and 30-pouud packages: ; Bret*,

W. D'C. KnssLEK. i| CNDIE NUTS CIGARS TOEAGCO of Kodol, the new di-covers whichis I Hor-e Iladi-h, Cotton Heed Hulls in''
Iron, NuiN, Axe, hhov i Ic, l Saw Mill and steamboatSupplies.
HARRY W. o 11m::;. W. M. j I sick well Sacks, Cotton teed Meal, Beet Hhorts
l ..:1c..ac. making so many people and Pure Jran. Cooking and Heating! Stoves, Paint, Oils
Secretary. i Window Glass, (Juu-, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
and weak
people strong by digesting
-- ---- I To arrive today, &*) boxes Indian ,

STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ Fresh Plant Oysters what they eat, by cleansing and I River Oranges. Will be sold ate! Agate loud Tinware ana Ilousefimiishiui Goods./
!, I
sweetening the stomach and by once. No fancy: prices. j

THOS. Coxnox, Captain, i transforming; their food into the Send in your Holiday Orders ate': STAOENSFOH BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANVTQ
: Received and Opened Daily. i once so they may have careful at Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
will make regular: trips between | kind of pure, rich red blood that tention and packing and before ;1 Wh el Co., Liftin A Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kal-

P nault.: Point Washington! and |I Special Sale of Fireworks.Get makes you feel good all over. Mrs. prices advance. ",)t11ine, Iron King: and Buck Stoves and Ranges, Wm f

i Freeport. Leave P.aylm street ;<; Cramfill of Troy, I. T., writes: For I jt1l 'Ship us your Turkey. Eggs Coups ft Co.'u Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'a t
them Cheap for the Little Ones \ number of I was troubled j ana Produce and btst obtainable Colors.
wharf 'Jhnrsday: at ((1 a. in. and arrive ,; years get : Made Riilroad
at Freeport at r n III. smim day.I] with indigestion and dyspepsia ;: prices.
Leave Freeport Tuesday at (Ii a. in. : NICK, which grew into the worst form.I Masonic Temple 3g Pf n acola, Hit.l .

and arrive at Ppoacnilli p. m. same: I Iy. The Children's Frietd.FYtiahr Finally was induced to use Kodo! II ... 1
d \ Fare, round trip, $",; out, w I y, and after uingfour bottle I am entirely | Geo. \\lf.\ Pryor & Sons
g3 liulmB St li'tueen I'alalox & Ihllt'n cured. I heartily recommend ; SAMUEL CHARLES
Kodol to all suffer, from indigestion j l ; ,
-t.'Fake doe after Telephone| Xo. li H.I R

A ':tiUi SAkV.fi OPERA HOUSE''meals.and dpp It digests what a you eat l ;i BOOT AND SIDE MAKER,

the most hcaiinc salve in tht worM Hargis Pharmacy, John rthepard,
-- -- ----- -------- -- Sidney 1 REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

If you want a nice present to give :, ONI: XHIIT : let I i I tom-3i Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes, Leather Findii '.
1 to a friend go 'ind 1- ok through FRIDAY, _
,: elegant line of suitable articles at 'Plln' n BU. 007 sovm FALAFOX STHKKT.
; J. I. Stephen, you purely can find -oFFRU1T3 -

.I" want something anything to please in the Diauond yi u. If line you Jules Murry Presents America's Fore- AND CDNFECTiONERl[ The Star
buy. most Emotional Actress, f Laundry
bwuta to ?ic hiru hpfore you : GiftsWe ,
NNO.O..i.Ne.O.Ne.e.Ne -AT-

II G. ABARRAS :; ROSE 1\ .: c. APOSTLE'S, Biggest, Busiest, Best !II

I have time to show you our I
jjLOGHLAINjNN0 Ii 14 East GOVErnment t SI Complete Stock of Good* how be. I
fore the Greatest Rush is The ,
on us.
; 31 scnili! Palafji! street t.to .. Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stan I selection is complete. We cannot 'p AI Theyjfof Speak

O.NNe. .OI 1o i tell you all we have ; you must come ,!
: Your Fir-t and Bet Ch lace in go- .............01S1R/0.... One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 !I and see. ,

.' t.\.IO;; home to purcba- ) your to $2.00 per dozen. I 11I
A A I Ic i We would like to call particular

attention to our lines of Themselves !
Christmas; Supplies GREAT is GREAT (>=GOLAY-G* -I II e


Grist and Corn Meal Mills I I We let the Shirts Collars
OFFrails II
& The Second e i OPERA CLASSES, and CutIs we Launder peak fur

T ?lots. Cakes; Candiesl> ,fl. F. COflZfiliEZ: 4 CO., Prop i, I I' themselves. They will talk louder

i i| MEERSCHAUM PIPES, i than We want to be judged
M nnf otcreri we can.

4 { I." Orancs, Barmas: ." Mrs Tanqueray.Written CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROtNV \!.I i AND ; 4,. more by the work we du than by I

r anything yon miy want to make STOCK FEED. what we
your table attractive. I by A. W. PIN ERO, Author of F tronlie Home Industry, for there li i' NOVELTIES IN COLD AND VER.PETER say.
should Meal and
{ OYSTERS DAILY "1RI8.,' every reason yon bny roar
FRESH 1 Fireworks of all descriptions The Reputation of Mis Cogblan, A. tor Stock 6y Feed 10 doing from you the encourage Home lUnaUetnm home indnf Let us show them to you I, ALL WORK o. o. D. Goods Called for and Miml Free
left In tae
a try. Your money 1 commnnlti
very low. I W. Pinero and "The Hecoud and you in tarn are Indirectly benefited I TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
TABARRAS. Mrs. Tanqueray" are fostering the home manufacturer you LINDENSTRUTH I
C. International. xmtrlbute; to the esuaeot labor. You owe ,
,a Fruit Stand. 'I U to the community which yon lire and I WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
Opposite Thiesen Building. PRlCES-$1.: $1.00, 75o and :;Oc. I which- contributes to your support- 116 South Palafox Street. ,



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Mother Attempts Suicide and Daugh- One Shoots Himself to Death After ;

tern Take It Coolly. Sentence I It Patted. The growth of The Mutual

Charleston S. C., Dec. 20.-With re- using CAsCAKETS mr wire: and and mHlfba.e they are the been ben London Dec 20.-The three bank. Life Insurance Company of 1 Ef EfOannheisser :
I' ports 'before them from the hospital week medicine my wife we have was ever frantic bad In with the headache house. Last for note forgers who were committed to New York is one hundred AT '

indicating that their mother was dying two dar'. she tried some of yourCASCARETS. trial Dec. 10. pleaded guilty and were times greater than that of the 'rr
and they relieved the pain In her head almost sentenced
DRINKCL'KKD from the effect of an overdose of Immediately. We both recommend Caacareta." 20 Bercatein. to United States. Bros.
CFIAS STDITCRD.Pittsburg years; Solomon Barmash, to 15 !
II I morphine administered with suicidal Sato & Deposit Co., FUuburg Pa. and William BannaE'h to ten years' The ptpulation! of the United States in 1850 wu "1
I intent, L'thel and Willie Black proceeded imprisonment :'t.

BY I last night to make merry with CANDY After bring rwo ;ed to their cells 23,191,876The Importer and Dealers .1 'J
two reporters who called at their; hometo Solomon Barmash iSot
and killed him! t,
REMEDY. ; population of the United States in 1900 wu Wines Liquors Cordials and '
WHITE RIBBON learn the cause of the uciuan'a self.! ,

V( last."Oo txuefdye Mrs. Black was 50 years old. She Police Seek
: .Itn,or enfftt rOhml valitHft a&Aaa tianttllro Missing: Girli. It
Kero-dy,,' ("ur"o r :+trcythedlseadapprtlte west to her room, locked the door and Columbia S. C., Dec. 20.-Chlef of Assets of The Mutual Life Insurance Company ol I'
White "J New0111. in ,
1850 when old,
fr alcuhOnlirm"d then emptied a bottle 01 morphine. The Police Fuhner. of Asheville N. C., 7 years wu Agents for the Justly Celebratedand : f

laatsehether.., a 'tipplrr thl oaueut18l! "on9 fining 10 ba\"e aD orInl'brlat. daughters said she bad been worried I has arrived In the city in search of $1,278,388 Reliable Brand of I. W. Harper ; ft
drunkard Impo.llIl..!tlraa.IIIp..Ule the condition of her aged mother Plsutnt. Palatable.1 Potent. Taste Good. Do I two white '
over; young girls said to hare
for alcoholicjnminTc.rstH liquors alter using Good, Never Sicken Weaken or Gripe.IOc. tie we. : and Other Pure Brands of Whiskies 'r \
Wbtte Itll1bon H..m.. y. said to be living in Charlotte: r.. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... I been recently abducted ba theatre Assets of The Mutual Life Insurance Company :
T U.Mrs. and Victoria Beer.Everything
Ind ,r"11 lIyh.mh'r.hup..rlntO'odent of V. o.of Won C., although they subsequently dtdared ; Bl.ritof RMrir c..F..r,01......, HwlrrU,....I.rt. sly, I al agent in Asheville. It was thoughtthat New York, January i, 1902,

\ n &.j'hrl.I.a\1"Irl'; Dnss 1'.OIp..r..nc. Unton \.n- that Mre. Black, who had been Hit RIP fold and Bnnrarti-cd b7 all drug.1f the two girls, Bonnie Mal Jones $352,838,971The ( I;
turn. ealllornln fUbbOU H'III"ty. antes on: "I very have obstinate tl'htedwhli spending some days and nights reading _'TO' A giu tot'''' Tobacco llablt. and Marie Kuykendall 13 and 14 for your Buffet or J

drunkard. sod the cures have been maoy.. I dime novels, was upset: by the rears old ,respectivelyhad come to largest ;
o< It"m"dy was given neretiy strongest Life Camping Outfit can be procured
"l ciiffrfully rt-comramd and In- wild concoctions of this fiery litera Jelks Pardons fl.:.:. f.erer. I Columbia. Two girls answering the Insurance
Co. in the world. from us. ]
)rs. WbltsKlbiMin llemcdy. Members of.rt'naonhredellgbtrdto ture. It is said to be the first case Montgomery, Ala.. D?c. .-The descriptions are said to have been
dod nn econo- i
al ttvHtmeiu to aid us la our temperfc on record here where a woman 50 governor hag pardoned Theodore Con seen In this city. THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE I' I

work;' years of age had partially lost her reason ner serving a 20-year term for murder COMPANY Jug Trade a Specialty. ; '1
KgUMor by 'mall tl. Trial packager I by the effects cf thy novels. !in Choctaw county The trial Shot by Burglar. OF NEW YORK ., .

'HlUnK Mrs. A. M Townsend (for When informed thai tinlatst reports Judge said 10 yeara would have beena New Yok, Dec. 20.-Richard Burt RICHARD A. McCt'KDY' President COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITEDand
Woman's Christian
years Temperance secretary of Union a ), 218 Tremont 1' from the hospital showed that heavy sentence and that time! is an attendant of the Long Island city CECIL AVILLCOX, Manager, Promptly Shipped.

St. Boston, Mass. gold in 1'.J1saculay the mother could hardly live; more I now ui.; Kmny I1ul.!It-y. a Colbert suprenn court on reaching his home I Jacksonville, ..Fla.II. .

in Bro.., il S. l'-iuJoi! St than a few hours. Ethel, the eldest I county boy serving two years In Flushing early this morning found H. THORNTON: Agent, Main House-101 S. Palafox street !
daughter dismissed the news with utter for grand larceny. was {':lro}>>/]. The a burglar trying to enter the house Pensacola
Fla. 1
R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot .
disregard."What pardoning board turned the application through a rear window. When Rurk
is the use to worry?" she down, but two other boys convicted of grappled with him the burglar drew a -- P. 0. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. : : Ii t

: J ij GFEKEflY fi[ --. _" ;Io.1 asked. "Can we help it? It isn'tl thi same rffpnee hot only 13 months revolver and fired four shots. One bullet Try the NEWS Want Column. Phones 116-2C8. ;
!" "' &i lour l faul' that mother took the poison and one of them has ben pardoned, l I struck Burk in the chest and another eft.

4 EH1fv and there is r.o use for us to Et hero so the governor I lets Kinwy! out also. I In the neck.

and grieve she evidently km -v chat -'- .- ... ; __ .i, .;-'-" ;'. .;;. ."::'-
I .swI-"IrArefd.l- : r..1" .._r.-....-_-_ ...__ ..__"_ ..'.,_. fyW. W- .._- ..
she doing when she swallowed [ I
was Great Irrigation Srheme.Lareio
9 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. 1 t i the morphine" Dec. :20.:! -A special from Forty Years Ton nrr I WE HAVE ON HAND AND ARE RECEIVING DAILY THE illr

I After working with Mrs. mack! for areJo, Mex., says a Company head- To be relieved from torturing disease t I \

N'.r r i, )1 12 hours thp hospital; physicians! pother I ed by Governor Capsdonas. of the after forty years' torture might CHOICEST I STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, IS ,

ar.d she was dismiss : ,
out (ki danger state of Coahuila. has concluded ar- well cause the gratitude of any one.

Christmas 15$ ,!I. ran:,;em.'tts for the irauuuration; of r That is what:: DeWitt's Witch Hazel I: : FRUITS, NUTS, CANDIES, SEEDLESS RAISINS, t f i f
schemesever t
one of the greatest irrigation ,
i I Salve did for C. Haney Geneva, 0. AND ALL ARTICLES ECI'. SAR'f t
projected in Mexico The c-om- i! He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel (ft)' Jt Jt .. jt TO PUT IN YOtR ..trC.trC..trC..trC :|(I,J, t !
i I pang has purchased mi-arid bodyof J
1 Anti-Child Labor Convention Did Bat Salve cured me of piles after I had :
Goods !! -7 land comprising Sl.f'O1) acres surrounding I ; CHRISTMAS CAKES. : i
pat :
suffered Cures; cuts : ;,_
forty ,
tle in Charleston the mining town of Viescaand years. r--- t I .' .
Charl ton. S. C., Dec. 20.-la cod- pro! es to put the entire tract burns, wounds, skin diseases. Beware !(IJ FRESH SUPPLY OFRALSTON'S 19:J i! ;
I In Charleston with the hope oi of counterfeits. Phar- <*? :
to Hargis'
; under cultivation.! Water for tLis: pur-
LARGEST LOT creating! Etntin-.txt against! the employment pope will be secured :rum natural: macy, Sheppard.: Sidney Kahn.Foley's I: OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS (if; 111

cf child labor in the cotton mills,, spin a OF ALL KINDS. ,.:; '
1\' -111 '. I 1 1t' International Association .! Factory Honey ana Tar ;
the (
f 1 f In'lit'( tors of America. failed to O A. 13 TOn.: :I A. I cures colds,Jventsyneumoaltt. (' \ii1 I .

met't \\thliU; <,h encouragement or enthusiasm I Bears the 1 Ihl Kind Von to\ A'ays'! ) &!U$ II ROBERTS & DAILY I ,.vir.v.' I

pMlOFks.Fruiis in this state.! SIgnature /l. .., : I PEARL & DOL1VE. ''J I
The association was content with I of 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot I tfS! ,

d getting their deliberation published Phone "<;. Pensacola, 1'la.
: r I Call on them at the corner of Garden I1 : i 1: 1 i.
In the : There was an .
newspapers. I Candies T'T Vr
Gunther's hfT.IT1iT
; of All Kinds, effort to have the nit annual meeting Try I and Alcaniz: streets for carpenter I isi'-...__ ..._./iTiJIiTiT_ .._.__. .:rWWWi.sdW.A. ;.: ,.

; j I Solomon's.ltlldng's and electrical workor phone GliO.MAUttKI. 1 I,
.1 (r in ( hattanoo;a. Tenn.. la order to I l '
Christmas, Candies, reach the cotton mill element again ,
ro lie Best I NAVAL IiTOlttM: a A LEG, A WING, J
f but this was voted down by the politIcal ftr oc. ;

Fancy Nuts, element rontrolling! !; the convention __ u_ I llerorted DAily-for- The Nets t>j AND A CUTTING OFF i.I' ; :
I and non year the body will assemble Union Naval Stores Co, .
m Montreal.. I I (i. THE BREAST OF A NICE 1 1t
Choice Cigars. The record*, showed that only CM Oa to the Wet M rida Steam RotN.IWw. I Ii 4t '

H f'hildrt'n0:It In the mills: In South Car. Bakery for your fruit c.ike: for Christina i ..... .... ... UI H ......... ... rlnI I t TURKEY FROM : ;
: I wt3. ._... 8 wl 6.,_ i TiY
Oysters. Fat and Fine. I olina. whereas tens of thousand arePUjIoYI',1 *. They make the best 25;: cents ..: .. ::: : .':.:.' 855 F..... .::':' ........ :155 I I ,

t'l J in the territory over which per pound. 3dtf. M.tai E....... .... I 5o; P t t4 iIMrnnn :

__ | the association! has juiisdktion.I 2I K.._ ... .............. 2x5 0...... ..... ....... 14'iY _:1 H. W. & CO :

''..' I __ Bros. I..... .. ... .. .......... :\.j C A below 1 4J !
| WANTS MORE TIME. I Herring '
dtIRITSTDRPINTINI-J' : For Your CHRISTMAS DINNER Call dr,>ji' u* a line or telephone as I''
; Elist t 'I'Uit t': I (:OUlJIN(7, ----- i.+
a1's! II j President Burt Makes Request of Coil. i and your wants will be promptly attended tll. j i t
l Have speci illy l'ou'Itrttted'azol1i': :
f&C ermakers'
for the removal of load animtls R. A\r. WATERS & CO., I ;
X -w York IK-C 20).-liorace Dust
IN THE CiTY. I from the city limit
presi'it; cr-t of PIP Union Pat iftr rail Will remove dead horses or cows for I HARPER ,")1S South Palafov. I'<.'cf. 'Xcu Slu-ppanl I'liiltlin;.) d, ,.

_._ .. ... d 3c 3cP1 I read has nnifiod:( Prt-s'ilrnt McNeil! :' One Dollar enchHEKRIXG. I I
--'.-. -- We have the Choice Cut Western and Home :Meat. also ChickliDi
: ,,
: ''.: :> i o" the Iloiitri-makers'; union that hew : \(1c1rp a 1RS: .
No. li HH.
and All Vegetables. Tch-plKdM'
W !is!ln'(]' an extension of time beforeaasr'er j Or orderGouldmj.; {. I, t
I I i)5: ; Fast Intendpacia street. !
;i !; the ultimatum: of the ma-

t1 I! C X19 laid n I I I 'nr.Ais call out and the boilermakers men th threateningto "'y control 'HIav 4()TtvE"" WfflSKTi rh ry s I HALL & KLEIN ;

i through thp Harrlman! He a. :Mr. Burt, NIITItERth".- ;>
who ha; been in Now York in conft r. i i 1 ::t w: fJ nor ruuMisneet aptatnownerp nf the tier -8I
INSURANCE II I [ Hertilm will IIP responsible! 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.
enc>- with :Mr. Ilarrimati..ct.itcl! thai for debts cot tractdd by the I
he wouM! return Omaha early! next I 1 crew of I\IOId vebsrl.
AM II ;, to r3
l week to consider the matter with his |I Hyer Bra," t. MAT.HIESSKV Captain, r Staple and Family Groceries !
HEAL ESTATE, II employ !'. t'o.ii::nPP l9dltiL ;, I .

Mr. McNeil replied that he would 1 I I "
No. South Palafox Street. I not call a general strike until hp had :Ir l-lt.U.: FllKNfH: : &iCHIIt'LE Select Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. I :.

consulted: Mr. Burt. He asserted that I ; I
: .i t tl Li-t of IV-irablf Dwelling: the striking: machining of the Union i (ovfcrnmentsteamer Following i is schedule General French of the ,, Poultry, Eggs and Country Produce. \

for 1 Ilfiit in Various Tarts Pacific woul': not return to work until which TUB NEWS hints for the

of the City : all their demands had been ,prant: I, ;jf-nefit of the merchants who! ship i iI I Telephone No. 358. !! 1

l Lar,. tory dwelling, wlthrellatin oil and ton,union men, now employed! ] .heir floods to the various army ..
,(I ,,11 in-. ,coQliiit'ing roans; nil had been dathaged.Snow: ;posts: : The Aristocrat among ---- 'I: ;

IIIIII"rl... rdDVi-nii'Div'. In motet dxrnlu. Uavus Pensacola......... ..... .... ... 7 toll a. m. (
'i-tuin; No. IN West LuKutiM Leases KitrrancuB .......... ... .......... :ti a. m. the Whiskies of the old
.f In New Maxico. .eavts Fickens ..... .... ... ......_. Si)0a.) m. I ;
-Iwnal.dll I -hxlf, torvbourcontalnI. Santa FP. N. "!.. Dec 20.-Ton Leaves liiirmnciit ....... ..?... ........ *<:15 a. m.Leaves School. Without a peer. WICKS&CO. ,
.1" I I. r''III' all:l motlftn conven- "ooaeolft .. ...... ... ......10:15 a. m.
i I' II'11".1",1 m -0. "H Kat La inches of snow has fallen in Taos and
11:10 and then
Arrives Krtrmiicm a. m.
-I I Knii HTU--1I 1.I..J.-.hH ilW'llinR. it- rooms at Mora cOllnr:.s. The snowfall:! was uakes: a trip to Fort MoH e and then re- I For Kale byDannheisser

.. Nil ,.. K'l5t l.a\.rmin-lll -.ret't. the heaviest sinro: 1S'!I:2. ornn Leaves to narrations.Hnrrancaa .... .... ..... ... ..... llsp. m. Plumber Gas and Steam
-In. > 1".11111 I
KI-.. -ton >; C"tltaIntag9u"m i Leans 1'ickfiis .. .. .. .. .. ... ._ 1S5! p.m.IVuhiiL'Ola Bros. fitter-i]
.. +i- -. .uuiiii'nii" "iiu all North nil-ill'rn couvcu-. I i..a\"t .. ......... ..... .::10 p. m. ,
in la en siiiiiij Kiiil UfSiiio Haylcu M.. II I ANXIOUS I fjdaves Pickfns .. .," .. ......... 5:15 p. m I
J .. i% da.-;nma;$ in So 'JiiiNt Mrfvts.tit ll- Bxrranut.atbnnl MOMENTS. Arrives harrancns, :11:1p.: m. ana makesrip _, __ __ h h_,_ No. a South Palnfox Street, I
near belt hue I rme o f the most anxious: hour" ofa I to 11CRes and rt-turn.
11 Aiv'r :tllIl.uuthruUKbout.. On Wf due-days: and (raturday* the All Kinds 01 Plambfn: :; :n3: Gas Fittings WetcrJals Kept on Hand ;+ .
J.i'". MUM i Ia..rliint "n IH-II llni. So. mother' lira are tho-te when the I ,
> til Uarnincas '
ioatwi-1 leave 1'ick- 1 11I
., : via ai IJ"J.U--at ;" "to.loIh..t'f 'I.'J., ."
<: t.r. curs, b. tw"cn 1: U aid fir I little one- of the hoa-jphold have the
\ .I) i- 7 ,.."III-.III.th...It) "at..r and I Ik ns for IViiiacola at 6:30 p. m. HARDBRICK I 1.1..1.I
.. ''croup. There N i no other medicine
The General French is for army I -- II : ,
})!iU"-i;: {,, sactingNn( 4'L1 West Wright '':0 c u>ctive in thi-i terrible miUdy'as 3crpoe-! only and any outsider must
i'''UI'01 iiuT r'IUcllY water auupi. Foley's Honey and Tar. ItNa
.' x '1.1 lnfc.. nt ou Viv a pas4 from the quartermaster
I'l H,-'.leuthtneLs1 corner | hout hold fl1\ )rite for throat: and D take 01 her. Liquors II III
1'V. 5-ltor\ ,1\\. .u..; at Xn. *Ci West ,,I lunpr: troubles, and a< it ci>ntninno ravage iI
tJregurjti"et with" rnonis on bell i opiates or other poHuii-s. it ciu: Le ------- i
line,in grand: lucu.ton.'dIstory 1- i
dwelling, corner Chaw amIllRrct'Joun : saftly: givtll. 1I -FOK-
itri-i-ts. :> MDIII-. I -- .-- I wiiKLY: rCI1EDULJ. i
-l-lory iluelliiit.No.' : !I"- K*.t Wnslnntreet,5 I I II I 11
n>oni>',cit} n.tieriiDU 1:*-, )lIn\\'n.EHY, I FOR STEAM DIVISION :
New |. tory 11\\..1111''':. -\". 41!11; west I 111
,ja'hRo"*. street, :& roomoit> 1I\lt'r mid : If The:otlHriiH'underpinned her take-thisniethod t'ilYi1COL.4ELECTRIJTtIIM1"! "! : GHRI8TMS l AND IWlm IfAT r .

ervu-fs "
as a
'tory dwelling, No. :* Ftt.t'.rrco- art-clw, UA1LWAY CmUJ-\NY. :
> ilri'i't.rt room un belt line I I 'jiidwife hav: ALIVAYS.ON\\ HAND
-uln' dwelling. No. 7i" Ku>t I'.r'Ih' tug; had 85 year-i experience Trains leave I'enuacola for the LUtl ,
strett,(near St. Kalheri'iH*. Cuu bet ''I Buy on, K:?! Cayon WarriDgtCD, >ar7 Xan
!i : give of refpr'L'-p'i from I II
upeli" n rooms).outhouses and lartooruertnKonMU and Fort r'a-raaoas at THE-
avenue. I leading: physicians of hit city. I 4 ei a.m.arrive at Kort Bftrr! ncm TlSa.e:
,, -t 01lUall..r. dwellings, a, well :MKS. :M. (tinDEss, : luau; a.m arrive .t Fort ii...rranca 10U t.c: I : : \
+ : oJ toresiiLdofflcesrOilKKSTTHOS. I 'iltf 114 South DfVillierSt.Jacob '!; lnp.m.arrlreat Barrancas l:<5po : .1-IALF. Reliable Kentucky Barrel \11 11I
C. WATSON 4 CO., SsO p. m.arrive at Fort Iturrancas 1:10 p 11 louse'j
,:, al K:iati (liental and Insuranci' i I '6:15: j). m. arrive at Kort Barranca: 7Xps( I I I
SOJo m.arrive at Fort Karrancai 8:4Dp.oTrains
outh falafox :street. ,
i leave Fort Barraucai tor Penu ,: ,
-TO- !

Every Woman I i REflOVAk[ I,i cola 7Na.m: at arrive! at Henoaoola. ..._. 9nnk.ti S. A. Friedman :t

,v this 3p m. arrive at Pensaco.a..ll:4ar ,
InlLtetretrl:? ."! .old lm'wa1 I i I 2uu p. m. arrive at fensaoo a___ 2:45 p.:" : ONE I
:t the oiJi--ra |,, 5iW p m arrive at IVnaaccU ._ 5:4.1 p r:
Q mRl I 7COp.m. arrive at I'ttnRacola .__. ':66 p. SOLI PROPRIETOR. '
\ lie. Whirling.. Spray I '8i5 p. m. arrive at t Peniaco __ 6SOo. r I ..
\ I, 'n1enew".tna"'ri." JIIJ.e .
tlClll a.t H. tafeel MorrisHAS 'SatnrQaTi only I
{ ltti}' ..1.i.....1..n"1 uwent44A ;I FARE FOR WBCK DAYS.I Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. I am now receiving the Largest and molt xc..l1ent assortment of !7 i
61 'rapt ar It I Peaaaaola to Fort Barrancas and return 44. Wines Liquors Brandies and Gins I
< .DPI iy the 1 ,. MOVED FROM RAILROAD Pensacola to Navy Yard and return_ K $
I I t RI 11.e, a1 t nn I STREET TO HIS OLD STAND. I I'easaoola to Palmetto Beach and renrn lSU5DAT > OF EVERY DESCRIPTION .

M iT-iwinYiw, 1 Yv tL1 // /f 1it I ICHKDTTDB, Also thp Finest and Largest: Line of Cage Battled Good < '
nsH. I 5
tola.ie,. MlHtllto.. fr.y 136 East Intend ncia Street.Here When wth permits.Us! running c i
Given to Mail
S3o Times Hldg.. New York I open CORcbes.Ii I --- Special Orders.

you will find a Full Line of t.eaVt 5a.m Pensaoola Lv Fort Karraeik I I guarantee honest measure, best quali'y and lowft pricf-i. Be sure to

Ii n I. m. lOi.rn.is m Ii send your Christmas orders to ,

Hcnft: :d gel Kitto Famture I tp.m p. m. !. P p.D.>Q i Capacity 50,000, Daily.McIi1an F'

t p.
r riay; (' ., .,. ha"H.. Carpets Run;=, Matt I lj .m pm pm: I ,

hi :Jsam '1 11,4lie: ting.;. lilt*. Stoves and everything lp.ni st.m 331 South Palafox Street P. O. Box 418 PEXrsACOLA, FLORIDA. jiI
I Ip.m i p.m.
iS [ jet :, r.rlYrt' : ithe Hou-e-Furni hin? FART rOKtUprATt Ii ] Brick Go -
1u 4.3 hoian t.t! s) Line at Moderate Prices for >'* ;& to art Barranim ri.rY i ] ,
\Ir! AU .. ya
.t'f,.,,..-,.. ,: I Cash> fnaiaoola.:.,*.,.to rmnetto. _Xeaa_! and I TRY IB SI!' W ANT ikQMNI!
'',11-i n H"'. Wl .CG'ST.. -? I I 01' oa the I imtalnent l C t Flan. So freight r erred alter I 6p,-A._ I6 : Pine Barren, Fla. I

0> ._.'_'" = .,_ "'- """"" :'''_''''''_ ,.',.i. I ,,< ',.. _. << -. .. ,- --. ,'. __ ,__..::." __ "-';. "" 1 }'

-- .Ii .I.J II t':4. JII-'r'L.IIir', c-,..-. ..."""SW .--- -.1(; ..,<. Jt.! .,. ..p.j'J.: ... L ._.. 1 ,-<"
: (4!!. !J1 i1t! ( .4I:' tn.. J: itI[ tJ tL.kfl \ ''''' ., "'!' -. .- -"' 1r



.._-_.,'t";,.;. __ .. v... ...__.'.-e...)!' '';'.'' .-'.''.''.'. ,,-..... FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY- -----
.II -- =" "
Right Price. PECTAN r --- -- --- --- vIjjii'

HAS CLEARED I i;! Suggestions I HE A

it The j.ri.-e(.f "GOOD LUCK" Paklsg Powier I II
(ft -FOR- y J'
\ft the houeckecj.er ten cents (10.te) for .
I I Ii .O\ =
I i full found (16()Zo net), packed in a molsture- !! The bit! steamship Pectan tor.k ont SAME OLD STonCHRISTMAS \" ,

; I -...f tin can. This id we lowest pifcoible juice I Ij clearance papers this Jj1ornlq and | ri Ii!!; Holiday Buying! f1! !

n Which the best Baking 1'unilnr can be,uauui will sill' at 10 a. m. tomorrow for i III II
i I Ii {:l E.(;1 i ii
i 'a--:nre11 Havre. This afternoon an add I-I 0 o.T- 0 iI AGAIN
? I
I II tional cargo; ii being loaded.: Value j jof :

Richmond. Virginia. I the cargo: as loaded today is j !ii i! THE BIG 1 STORE. &1 1! '
i I ....AND WHAT SHALL I BUY?,.. ==
; $409,403. I II i) (: t

: i! PORTLAND CEMENT at L&DIEV Slippers Felt and Kid.. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... . _
E simEViSliiJ I $2.60( per barrel. A. V. CLUBBS, : Useful Articles in House Decorations. l;
!j Corner_Bra_and_ _Garden treets. I I(!,: t LADlE Black Felt Juliette. ........ .... .. .. .. .... .... .... .. .. .. j

1 i ; Lace Curtains. ;' LADIES' Black and Red Velvet Colonial... ...... ...... .. .. .. .

AND PFKS tl ALS :I New Extradition York. Dec.Treaty 20.-The Ratified.Brazilian ; I.I(.J' Bobbinet Curtains. I() LADIES' Pat. Kid Colonial; also 4 and 5Strap. ............ .. .

iJ l I chamber of deputies, acording to a : ; Roman Stripe Curtains. {j MEX'ri Slippers, Embroidered Velvet; also Felt...... ....... . .

j Herald dispatch from Rio Janiero has : () Damask Curtains- l() MEN'S Slippers Black and Tan Alligator.................. .. .
i iI
u' _5Z525 rrZ 5252l ratified the treaty of extradition with I'
m Mrs. Ed. Murray of Milton: is visiting ',| the United States. The goveixment I, ;; Rugs, Art Squares, Velvet Squares. PI; MEX'6 Slippers, Black, Tan and Wine Opera.... .... ....... .. "

i has decided also to issue a loan for I j MEN'S shoes, Patent Leather Lace: .. .. .. ... ...... ...... .. .. s

: :,!'" friends in tho city. improving the sanitary conditiais of ,. ijj'r Fancy Japanese and C Cbiaa 1atticg 1i LADIES' Serge !Shoes, Lace and Congress ...... ...... ...... .
t: W. J. McDavid of Chumuckla is Rio Jar<-ro. Government lease of 1
i i the railways has been authorized by i I f : LADIES'Sarje House Slippers...... ..... .. .. .. ...... .... .. .. ..
in town. He is the guest of Phil G. l :
j\I t j\ I C'aro.: the chamber ;.' Just Received < I II INFANT'S Soft S)les. in 18 Styles and Colors...... .... .... .. ._ f

i xrepresenttlvp:, i I, {!! Drapery Silk 30c yard. I F.\Xr.5.lhrj ::3) ei, Lies aniBatton,2to6. ..... . . {

I, !'' MARITIME. (;1 Drapery Sillcaline 10 to 15c yard. 't';)' ..........-. --
.i, !''i :he city. (!i Down Pillows 45 to i'de- t
H.V.. Thomp-on, an energetic I i.J';; Fine Wool Blankets $4 to $7.50. (;;;i 1 MEYER SHOE CO.

\> :-iies-i! man of B.a6d11, ii iu the AKBivrn.Brsi I: ( j Sateen Covered Comforts $2,50 to 350. ,
.. .I
PI 11 i :: today. IAnton, ll'll, Lebk. 1'ampco, to

I!!"' Mr.Viilk M. Ball left yesterday I!1!, GUlf master Am Transit 6*Toledo Co, N. Oketnian, Tokdo to ; 1:1:) Read y-t4-Wear Department. f') Feet Furnishers for Cash Only.

I ', for n. .itnt Jacksonville re5ideece.to take up her pet- |! CLEARED. {;1 Walking Skirts $1.50 to $7.50. Iv 1 i iI 102 SOUTH PALArOX STREET.

i I <: KrstPfCian, 4';jll. liocken.tiy (iulfTian- ; _
Silk Skirts
: Mrs. Francis Castillo will leave to- 1 -it Co for llal re, with i.i'') sij bales cotton.iO I ... $0.50 to $11.50. : :
: iO) round bales cotton :\..".')tons phosphaterock i I II.
tiiz'-t: fir Atlanta to spend a week ,iciopc9 cedar lost,value Sim( ins ri] Pique Waists $L75to$3.00.Silk f il:) ruJJUUJJUrnnllnOr\ '
Dutch "a Dordr/chl. 1.K5, Vliser. hy Fr I I. Waist I
vi.:.''. relatives and friends. 1 Julushchreyrrfor8remenwith :r.7.tJo.1 ft I ,. Bargains.jlj I II
'awn timber 1,32.o; s Ii lumber valued at i Flannel Waists at cut i I II f
11sI y Joyner and Miss( AnnaThompson : fiKllrssilanton( () prices. (I)
I-U LelskbyGulf'rranslt I [!1] Monte Carlo CoatsI : :
of I5i dad the ; -
;; are amon Co for l'amplcoitb 4rxio lous coal valued :, :,
Christmas: here !"!, at $III:f'.) I --- -
shoppers --- --
today. -
bk St Mary Lowery by Jnl.n A 1:):
i Am f..o. :)
1! M..rrtt4CoforNer York, with (,i';, Him! E. Amt, Thos. West and E. :, lumber Boys' Clothing.f (.:; ALFRED MOOG
1 L. McDaniel. well known public ,, W'
SAILED. f:: !] Over 200 Suits to Select from at :
men of Milton are in town today. I ,
I ; ;
I Kr 69 Glanton. )\ill. LoUk. for Tarn]'i o ; 1 'JoctotioO.;) ; .
t br l'wlckenbamllil3\Jann.for ti '
Mrs C. Mason and Mrs. W. J. Ayres ss jenos '' S1

' V/illiams.Jr., two of Milton's young I I Arthur Am ss Toledo Hie. Ockelman, for Port I !(lIJ!), t I New Line of Neckwear for men !;!

matrons, are in the city today on a I and Boys. t WILL SELL e'
lu-iidiy shopping expedition.J. : THE SHIPPING.VESSELS I I f:'3 -- I:

B. Lowery, of Lynnville Tenu., Shoe Department. ;

and W. I.. Norris of Mt. Pleasant, I STEAMSHIPS.IS PORT! 1 f:) lTt-to-Date Styles in Slippers for 1:
Ti-un., prominent Phosphate rockoi.Mrters '", f+ : "Better
1 Au t Porotva l-.V, !Scoplnich to Gulf Ladies and Gentlemen. Goods't
are here on business Tranilt I'o l
I i Latch Ilordri'chlI\'i\'|'serto II Hover : m.I ', Toy 1;
.. h,,'fd E.I"r.I, >vl. Horudahl. to L i :S It It I Special Cut Prices
lE'rr.lcAd.lln.. at the! '
engineer 1
;\I're Ice Works, Itft today forM'iitjro.iury 'Co licr Kriphin, 1*1 !....... toS 8 L 1'n : (,:i MilHnery Prevail. (E':) I, .
where he will ba marri ..'r Kr< : Span Krnnclica 17'JS; Kcnevabsla, to Gulf I / ,r: r'allr P">re will bs Open 1-:very :':tIt
He will return early u,-xt ',Trunilt Co C I Mslu: to H O'l-lock tlllilrlt"r Cliribl- (:) I
wr-J:k :and reside here. Transit icr lleraliia* ohpan I-".'"), MaUulessen.to Guf: I (:.} 111.IS. I .. ,. t

Mr. C. II. :Simp'on, Mrs. S. A. ,, liutch Ilia.Kdlendrecbt Ertl: I. Arana, .Teensna.to In: Gulf Tran'll 11 Co It I -- N I Same
!Kin.;>-r Money !
Hr Jacob Bright, li l1,Anderson to}>'!!lsa- ,
! Mr. J.P. Caldwell of B.>-t)n. and! cola Lumber CoAU.I tI
Dlinipo. Ilnca, to K Hogg'n !I JUillioai I0ln00u & S0n. ;j 1 f fIZ.i I
JUI;>h Bu-hnefl of Bagdad, all came lr f'ctan,4TTH IlockrrtoGutllraantCo ) I i I
t down on the City of Tampa: this Br 'fbornly. l-:7, Major, toW L ittleh .

;I lnurling.t ) .t hr I'o trsulBrigbt.! 2111, Coode, to P>n:sa- : '0" ... .. _, I OR THE
: cola! Lumber Co I :'''_'-_......-_ i'. .' .. _...-_ _-".....,- -.-...-_--_".:--__-:..--_-_.0..-=_ _...-_- ......::lH
:: Capt. Wui. A. Hutch lH uf GalvesMn Mill's. !W!' rIW" wy W.u W.WWI __ I It!' :

! i n here today. Captain Hutch- NorClmle Dickens, lt: ;5, Sorren' n. toor.Ir : -

; 1 in- i< superintendent of the Seventh It Kits" l.v.i.!) Oneto. toordfr CHAMltKIlLAlYS I Same Goods
1 Hal wuvonift lr\: Magglola Sltrpson&I J
Iu'.thou' < L1VKU TABLETS
: of inspection. He I It Trojan IfI. Bertalotte. to ord'r | I
bt Sunday at
spent I
| It Vanloo, l.;:!:)Mosso.. to HOMi"O U'OS I IIml Try them CHRiS THIE8EN[ I f
4 I the life saving statioa with Captain i, VeKA.Obfta, 1'JKt;, to Hltaar'IaCo i
It YBu Ul ra. la: .Ptrroni. 10 H H invcr When you feel dull after eating. I
t' Broadbent. Shorter..\Vitkoiumon.Co MiJ, Grimps, to W 1'1 i i.Nor I When you have no appetite. FOR ::: J J4

Mr:. John ymundo left on yerlay ?- W'ildwoud. lls.. Nelson' toSSLCoiIIAKKS i When you have a bad taste in the I KEEPS THE 1 1I (
t.- morning'tniu for Mobile to mouth. I I
? Nor Ascalon.fl.:. Srvertsen.to5S1.Co | When your liver i U torpid. FINEST BRANDSOF -
vi-it !her daughter Mr+. Arthur Burn Blanca SK to'' I
It Casanova Magnaxi
When bowel are contipated.
L Mr*. ymundo will remain 1'arodi Ital Koecluln* Co Uevello.eirt, Kaluere, toil When your you have' a headache. I THE i Less Money S: 1 1Ett
'.1..bile until after the wedding of liKll.hlS L'O When you feel bilious.
1 : ;grandson, Mr. Edward r ii:all' Lumlen'o It avitu UTI, Killiiiplni, to lVr.aeola They will improve your appetite, Purest ;
| cleanse and invigorate stomach I Liquors .
.'. Kid aud the Mardi festivities. I Nor Efl.llrlruadrrnn.toSML0: your :
Gras It tvlicina Kcrara. ":"I. Llatuza. to'IVniaooK :', and regulate your liver and
Lumber Co bowel For sale by all druggists; FOB ELSEWHERE" aa
Di-tress i after ItU F.H"t"..ilo. Uo-f tto. to K'>'a>co Bros >
and .
eating belching vied <>lidin,5lei.iider.. to W L \\ it- and medicine dealer; __ I ItTl'BT B!:,_
!t i.uis ,
lIall.eorg..s Ualeutme 7fi7; S.mone.ti to Cl-
of dyept-jxia, which Hood's' S rsa-, ,, order received, a beaitli- '
Nor Hamingza 4X Ooiniundstn WI'sl'r. I* OK FOil YOLK I (
runll.1 JCeck-
always care* fill assortment of
: A i o
It Muian, Mos'o, ".'. toK It OWl' A CoItal .'
I Marlit' Delia.Ton,Uuardla, to Kosascolial wear for the Holidays at i Holiday Sideboard

DETACHMENT OFMARINES I Iro- Miro. ail. Harm. t'ordo>r : Wm. Johnson $ Son's. I:
Ital MA<-. Grcen, MC. \>:itura. to order ALFRED 100(1(
:.u,t ro-chicb.Mil. Ialldll>. to, old-'1 Mr. Thie=pn is still at the corner of
1'nrjdi 4Ital
1 It I'ensVo.a Snnonette: to
and Intendencia ,
3 ARRIVE (n PENSACOLAMessing Bayleu trept -
; Padre .V.H. Olivnri. to II Hears ft:: Co ,I where he has been for years and
It Paota.tngelolla4.lavalla! 10 lanrh\ has nothinir in stock but the Choicest

Co Hr Kollo.st>,J(>nkln'>. to master I Club I of OLD LIQUORS B1UNDIES. IMwmRwMwBIG
A dvtachinpi.tof about thirty ma- Am 8t \1t.r'ol"l..oW\.rY.loonl r \ CORDIALS WISES EIC. These
i Ital Filenzo.7iM. Mtnoneltt, to orderNoriMgrld.10211Petlercon.to"ullit'aL j i I aredi-pensed by polite and allable
r..es dad! recruits arrived 1:1"t night 1 A CoNor I
t-uptrb, HKI Milms. toord-r FOR GENTLEMEN. attendants. Here only you can get ,, -
}1 and were taken to the navy yard. Ital Titania.'7't!, areuilotoord.T I IItTrento the Celebrated j
* hat' +. otuso.lo ord"r i
' Im.t of tin in caie from different hrGlonH..71H. Kurnlev, to M II Sullivan !
l Ital "...rlllunt.I''i.; Kuzetto toSS L Co j jUer N. C. Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, !j SACRIFICE SALE !

a recruiting stations in the South. ,I bus YstavatI8.Wind-brBnt Aaltonen I!III. Iltlase.tomater', to S Jl.ollt'r"- ICu I One Dollar Per MonthIn 24 Years Old. I

About a i'oz' !n marinos l left the local ,
I Advance to Membership. Tbi i3 the oldest whiskey on gale in | --
station! today! to) fpend the holidays trBOOSER the United Mates, and is dispensed <

at various points.J. i i Gouldln Am Am Am /F.cnjC Itonna brothers KertlluerCO Krlth,7 I,hrl li: >>.tm&Kelly,Keen.toorder 163.to Alelsor.master, to I I Clothes. sent often for as Cleaned and d ired.delivered.and Your Pressed Clothes Call at as by customer Swedish the drink for Punch$7.00.or one, Dini gallon"h Aquaril to one I:: g1tiI I \ ( Bab, \\nm\\\ ad d Mn'i s sAT rural Alu i 1 :

1 1 Am HJalmar.ii.; AxeUPn. to master I P1* South Paldfcx and Join the German Kummel and other brandsof
: Hart.toorderAm
/tin Hl\roI11H'ou."n k2.i
Club. Wines, and : HAM" JlAXUrACTUUKUS'
Mary J Russell aI. Anderson to Imported Liquors COST.
7tICl'.tti.tl'OXST1LFiT.JF.WLLIIt: John A Mt-rrltt I Cigars always in stock.
r 1 Am Ohve! T Whittier j.:I.Sawyer to J La ies' Plain Skirts a Socially All of I j
t+ A Merrill CoThe these! goods can be procuredfrom Sale Begins Wednesday, December 10th, at 8 a. m/? :
Dealer in Diamonds
Sterling Hilvtr Valhalla Branch corner Garden I
Jewelry Watches, Enameled i Pride of Heroes.i Yours for Neatness; street and 10th avenue. I II To the Purchaser of the First Five Dollar Worth of Goods a

' Good, Toilet Articles, Canes, Umbrellas i Many sulditrs in the last: war Pair of Johnson Murphy Shoes will be Given.

Rinss; Bracelets Etc., i wrote to say that for Scratches, G. W. IRWIN. I CHRIS THIESEN, !, Sttin-BIoch Clothing, cost 513 to $18 per suit for. .. .... ... .. .I6.tIOto ?> ""

l Clocks Opera (Jlassps.Vo I' Bruises, Cuts \Younds, Corns, Bore I !I Corner Baylen acd Intendencia Bts. '! Pants, cost; f;3 to $6 for. ... .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. ..... .. .. ... ... .19 to ;
\ are otTerins for the Christmas Feet and Still Joints Bucklen's A Multitudeof i Large Stock of Celebrated Eagle Shirts for. .... ........ .. .. -35 to ...

.. holidays bargains: in Diamond;, and : Arnica Salve i is the best in the I i White Laundered and Negligee Shirts.. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 33: to '

.:i are showing! a Urge line to select i world. Same for F.urn Scald: 1/ Stetson E3 b0 Hats"! for.... .. .. .. .. .... ... ... .... ............ .. .. $1 l '.1'

. from. We have everything suitable: Rails, Ulctrs, Skin Eruption and : Fancies for Men's Best Hats for..... .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .... .... .... .. ... 3'J to ,"
fIr Christmas wedding present, I Pile' It cures or no pay Only 25c I Johnson & Murphy $5 Shoes for.. .. .. ...... ...... .. .. .. ... .... .. M I

; tr and will take pleasure in showing at 121 \V.S. Palafox D'Alemberte's street. drug store !; the Glorious, I /sMocE\ Men's Best Shoes.... .... .. .... ... .... .... .. .. .... .... .... .... ... .OS to Il.';e
ocr goods ---- -- -- II
120 S. PALAFOX.The SOUTHERN STATES LUMBER COM'I I' I Stock Must be Closed Out in Fifteen Days.S .
PANY. Generous !l

bet 1-4 All.W(1\}{ Baukets \\\ Notice it hereby given that Seventeen R. THAMES
(U7 Fin Mortgage Bonds of the Soath- NOTE
Tidennl BRKK _
tt)9 iffy sow DA Si)18 Jl h7FB WA- Christmas
tenStsteeC'i. t Cemgttttg. < I 1orvePdali tlad Ineadea Rte Jr.o:<(:{:It.
tiJ(/ .f C J. ,;. 4Tt,3ti9ti4,35t,263,469,131,15t69.} ..
------ -- j4t4\' 467, 33*. 452, 2*, 27 and ASS, w e ti3ve; eQetytGta bete Sou i--- -- ---- -

f Get your Oysters for have been drawn by lot redemption oTo D. HALE WILSON
Christmas at the Twentieth from the amount(o the credit of the Sinking can think or dream ( \ ,
Century Restaur- Fund and will be paid for at the rate visit and inspect our stock will GICAR I
of $1,025 per bond, with accrued inter- be a delightful experience to
F ant. Mobile selects. only est, at the office ot the Knickerbocker you. As i3 to be expected, our !Real Estate and Rental Agent
50 cents per hundred. Trust Company, 66 Broadway,New York, the lowest In town.DOE'S ,
on the first day of January, 1903, after prices are I
Now is the time to order your I which date said bonds will cease to bear I Ii
See that Each Cigar is i tfJi) South I'alafox Street,
Christmas cake such as fruit,pound, Interest I
ornamental or any kind of cake, at 1 KNICKERBOCKER TRUST COMPANY. I Stamped. I TELEPHONE NO. 2S4. PENSACOLA, FLORID-
'leitler'i Steam Bakery. ; By FRED'T ELDRIDGE, BOOK STORE -
Try Clam Boullion with don IstVice President. !' FRANK REILLY I We will launder your spreads for I The finest line of umbrellas In the

Whipped Cream at Solo- !' Hot Rolls, at 5 i>.xu., lOc.i NO. 213 SOrril PALAFOX STREET II I 15 cents each and make them look city is at J. I. Stephens'. Gor. look

mon's. i a doz at Solomon's. i PENSACOLA SOLE AGENT. like raw Star Laundry. at them.


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Price. THE \.--_ -.,"'m.'___ .. .!.....-: -....,-,--__: ..... .......,.., '.,'=.'-...,.'=-_v.Ifjii'" FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY- -
Right PECTAN p -- -- --' --- --""" = -
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1. : HAS CLEARED l; Suggestions 1; ; HE #

The i>ri'-e lIt "(jlm LUCK" linking! Fowler '
I i t3 i:)
/ tu the hoiisckcej In tea cents (10.18) for 1 -FOR- (

t i full |nnina (:6 oz. vet), parked In a moisture- i I! The bisr: steamship p,.tan took ont : w.. "

-f,1 nn can. Tbis u
i'I ii wt.kh the liest Baking I'u,,d r can be Wauuured. I will 'hill at 10 a, m. tomorrow for;' 1C ; ,

,.': i! Havre. This afternoon additional {}
an ::
I 0 .A.T-- 0 i AGAIN
I! II I cargo j., being loaded. Value :, AI iI I i

iil Richmond Virginia.i of the cargo as loaded today i< j I THE gTOREI i
I Ii
i MU9.4G3. !! 111 ....AND WHAT SHALL I BUY?....

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!3 4 r sirn"iOOS1''I I $2 trpOiTL.\XD.50 per barrel. A. V.CEMENT: CLUBBS. at I i: ; Useful Articles in House Decorations, 1:1:j j' LADIES' Slippers, Felt and Kid.... .... .... ... ... .... .. . .

i t I Corner Urn and Garden streets i i LADIES' Black Felt Juliette ....... .... ..... .... .... .... .. ,
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; Extradition Treaty Ratified. I i I II ; Lace Curtains. ; ; LADIES' mack and Red Velvet Colonials... ...... ...... ... . .

AND PERSONALS 1 I New York Dec. 20.-The Brazilian( : () Bobbinet Curtains. 1() LADIES' Pat. Kid Colonials; also 4 aud 6-Strap...... ....... .. .

'''I chamber of deputies acording to a l.y; Roman Stripe Curtain : MEN'S Slippers Embroidered Velvet; alco Felt............. . .
rn Herald dispatch from Rio Jan C'ro. has : 'J' )
},; 152 5 252525-r't25'25252S2J ratified the treaty of extradition with I II II ,(! Damask Curl ains. :I! lIEX'r8lippers., Black and Tan Alligator..... ............ . .

:Mrs. Ed. Murray of Milton: is Via I the United States. The government' Rugs, Art Squares, Velvet Squares. MEN'S Hipper!, Black. Tan and Wine Opera.... .... ... ... .
inns friends in tho city. hag decided also to issue a loan for j 1 MEN'S "hoes, Patent Leather L1ce.. .... .. ... ...... ...... . .

I : W. J. McDavid of Chuniuckla: is improving Rio JarJero.the sanitary Government conditions tease of of >; iB ii Fancy Japanese and China Matting LADIES' Serge Shoes Lace: and Congress ...... ...... .. .. .. .

". in town. He is the guest of Phil G. the railways has been authorized by i j LA DIE'5' Serge House Slippers............. .... ...... .... . .
: Just Received.
.\ 'aro.: the chamber. ___ I II INFANT'S Soft S)les in IS Styles and Colors...... .... ... _
.1 ('J.rij J.
: "lJon. Jtlf KitLbourg1, cx-repreen- Drapery Silk 39c yard. ; IXF.\Xr.5.H1fj 3lies. Lice anJ Batton, : to 6...... .. .

uive of W:ilton county is a viiltori I Drapery Silkaline 10 to 15c yawl.'t(;

. i\ : 'I i "he city. MARITIME.I [ } Down Pillows 45 to 75c- (.!) I Ii

. : H. W. Thomp- in, un energetic I i; Fine Wool Blankets $': to $7.50. ;" I
; l II :-uirssniuuof Bj dad, it ia the AHHIV I I i) (j MEYER SHOE CO.
D. Sateen Covered Comforts 'iJ,50 to 350. ; ; ,
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0 ', i-1 : tr.day.Mr Ile Fs Union! mi. LeUk. I'ampic to I

. s t .I.t',:': for Jacksonville-. Willis :M. Ball to take left up yesterday her pet- 1,|: Uuif master Am Irausll si Toledo Co, l>i-,s, Okelniau, Toledo 10',. f 1));)} Ready-to-Wear Department. fs) I Feet FnruMiers for lash Only.

, 'I', 1ll1.ltnt i reside[ ee. CLEAKLD.Brs Walking Skirts $1.50 to $7.50. I 102 SOUTH PALArOX STREET.:
1 :
E:J (t.J.),1
Pectan. 477H. lIockpll,hy Gulf Ti an-
: .Ie.,. Francis Castillo will leave: tc- ill Co for Ih'Hl', \utli H.uio MI bales cntlun I ;.' Silk Skirts $6.50 to $11.50. ..:,. -- .

{ :j\ i.'j-t! for Atlanta to spend a week :MMI l round,teal pcs bale cedar cotton lon,a.hi Value tons 1M.+pIm ini: -piiatrrock i i I; (,) Pique Waists $1-75 to 3.00 f,) I '
1 ': hutch Fs> JJordncbt. Mtt; \Is.er. hv FrJulusichrayrrfor t
WII: friends I Silk
5+ : i i : Bremen withC7atiRltI ).. Waist Bargain ;... ;
'xe n timber Li::-',\/_i s ft lumber Valued at
I'I -
J, 11 May Joyner and Miss Anna' fi;.tr'1 f.) Flannel Waists at cut prices. (,)
Kr ss (;lanton. INN I.f Thompaou of B!;;dad are among the : Monte Carlo Coats't; .
Co for Tmnpico with 4Mn J ions coal \'& utld :.. ,
Ciiri-stmas !I I at UtI: shoppers here today.
Am bk St Mary iM, Lowery by John A II I (I ---- -- ,
|I M..rrltlACoforNe York, with 4KOUU Ui liI iI I f i
' I Hons.!' E. Amu" Tlio*. West and E.I,j;: lumber : Boys' Clothing. < ;>> ALFRED MOOG
I \ I,. _
McDaaiel. '
well known
public I i itnen '
I of )Milton are In town today. i RAILED. t:) i Over 200 Suits!' to Select from at I()
|I Br 89 Ulanton. 11411. Lolsk. for Tarapico .. .
1hc to M &0. <'; > ,
. ; <; Mrs. C. Mason and Mrs. W. J. : br sslwiekenhttin, liiia Maan.tor au 'aosl I

., 'f V/iliiamsJr., two of )Iiltoll'syouu," l I;I, Ayres Am 9s Toledo, ivi*. Ockelman, for Port m'? a ; -- I:
|: Arthur .. 1 New Line of Xeckwear for men ; .
introus: are in the city today on a ] ,
and WILL SELL :: II(
; I holiday shopping expedition. !, THE SHIPPING. i ii (:) s Boys._ ---- r: : L.

tl i J. B. Lowery of Lynnville, Teun. i t tI '.., Shoe Department. <*)
and W. L. Norris, of Mt. 1'le.\5:1nt.1: I I II {tl ( )
'r Date Wt
Ti'G'1. 8TEAMMUP1.Au I Up-to- Styles in Slippers for
prominent phosphate rock .
i .t Porotea HJ7: IScoplnicli. to (lullTransit ''; (, Ladies and Gentlemen. ; "Better GoodsFOR
; exporters: are here on business.iierry l'o |
hutch hnrdrt cht, l 1.1';)\1-8I'f.IO II H Hover (,) : '. t
l. I :-\ McAdam !owed K>ter. IftMi, llorndahl to L & N Ii It Cut Prices .
engineer at the Special
r Co : I! ?
i' i :\1''lre; Ice Work! left today for tier Krlphin! l.'ni! lnw. toSS Lift i ir.r ;1' :: ., : Millinery Prevail. ; .:
< KurUuood. UMI, ( ()
::: f..ht;{omtry, where Le will ha maC: arr.. lnspan loWMKi'y-j '.., I It{
n- )1. He will return rauclsca, ITfis, Kcbevassia. to GulfTrlDlt ;:. I. JJJ"Our Store sill \>t Open Ktery :. THE
early iK-xt a!
4 { :
S1 Co r//
a. <-*'. and reside here. Transit
Mr. C. H. i ldaItett!, A ran..to Unit Transit Co I .. -
Simpson, Mr S.
A .
Kuu.xon, (.f J'.an'Jad: ; their guest, i' nov hutcbKstrnurrchtI'r l.iiil.Teensnn.to ii: I: Same Money
Kr Jacob irlbtI.I.: Anderson,to I'cr.sa-
Mr. J. P. Caldwell of Bo-tin, and cola Lumber ,

Ii tih!; BuMinell of ijJad: all caiiietliwn Aunt oiimpo... IloRclH, to K Hogxia' ,. ; Iolju0ou & ion. ffe II I I
1 r Pet tan./ ", locker to(.uif I rata' t Co ff
on the City of Tampa: : this t(0hr Hr 'Ibornly, ls.7, Major, toW L \\ilticb ,, !

inui'ula-;;. Ursula Itright, 4111. Coode to I enta- OR THE
J coa! Lumber Co Rk,...'_,._. 1'._." -.ft.-_..., ..._-- ,.._-,.....'_- >,.,._=_....- ."..,am
iL: Win. "- -"t' - .. '. -- "- "-
Capt. A. Jlutchinsof Galve- It l '.. !-!'-! -2,;:,q
tau H here Nor Charles 1 r:(
I today. Captain Hutch-'' Utckend Uti Sorrensen: tonoire >

1 in- !< superintendent of the Seventh It .,11'0. l.N't.! Oneto. toorder i i
lu'l.thou Hal Hdvonui Utr: Maggiola, I to/Ilmpsou, CIIAMIlKItljAIVSSTOMACH I Same GoodsFOR
e district and N :
on a tour ; & r i* I AM LlVI'.li TAIILETS S
ol (iii-spection. He spent Sunday at It Trojan Ifi.'l.: Bertalotte. toorder i I
It Vaulnol.t.Mo.SotolaaseoBroc; I Try them I CHRIS THIESEN I
tile life saving statioa! with Captain : Ital Veitii; .(Oueta I' JI.: to H Baars A C.) :
, + lirojdbent.Mr5.: : Yanduora.. hull Perroni toil H Bojer; When you feel dull after eating. j 0(:
,f s i (,\vilkommou, ln.15; .rnups, to h f When you have no appetite. ,
hotter ('oJor :
4,t ; ; John UBymundo left on ye- w'lldaood li>Nelson. to e S L Co j I When you have a bad taste in the I j I KEEPS THE 1 A..
itSt tfilay nlnroiug's train for Mobile to 1IAKK4 INor i mouth. I .
viMt !daughter, Mrs. Arthur Bur Asealon.wlb. he\ertsen. toS S t, Ci | When your liver i is torpid. II FINEST BRANDSOF
It Kianca Caaao\4 Mtagualul, to.
- n'?. 11r=. Ilsytaundo will remain Parodi e Co I When your bowels: are contipated.Whf II I
{ Ital Boccicm Keu-llo.8W kaluere, to HB..a n you have a headache. THE i Less :
'd"ble( until after the weddib <>If ;s.t 1:0 I When you feel bilious. MoneyTHAN

tI : randu, :Mr. Edward Sii all- :, It cavtaL."rfo 71. Killippini to PensacnlaLuml They will improve your appetite i itzt
' >. .cid and the Mardi Ur-n festivities. 'i Nor K:fl. 1I.V Huarterson. s L To cleane and invigorate your stomach Purest Liquors
' __ I It telirm.k: Kerara, b.'J. Cliiunza, to ; and regulate; your liver and :

Distress after eatii'-j, belching, audIUIII 1"11'1)1'.umh..r Ittl tare"i..,.1;. Ito Co-ettolo Rosa sco Bios bowel*. For ale by all drugzists i "OR I i ELSEWHERE"
and medicine dealtri.JUST .
I. sued <>ltdin,5l7.eliudir. to vV L WII- =
<'M between meal are s.vii.ptonis' tichCo ItatUrorgesLLileutine,7C7: ; t'..monrttttoOrder I ....Family or Medicinal Use.... t
h. of dy-prp-ia, which Haod'srsa- received, a beautiful -i Sf
pa-ilia alW'aCllre. *. 'II Nor llamingza l"s.Ouimundsen. tok 8Kysrr. OK FOR VOl'R
I .\. ( O assortment of J\"eck-\\ j (
It Manin, Mrn''o. Kill. toK .> llowe Coital
Maria' I'ella.7.t.., uardla, to Kosa-co I wear for the Holidays' at Holiday SideboardMr.

j1. DETACHMENT# OFMARINES T.ro-Ital,11 ul M.i ro-t'bicb.siii Miro...iOrercn.nil, l'orltllICoIrdO'r, Mandik.Nu.V..atura to onler. to overtut Win. fojnson4 Son's. 'I I ALFRED MOOG :

( It PeaaVoia cs.fciaioiielte! :: to I'urodi & Thieen is still at the corner o ,
i: ARRIVE .: CoItal PENSACOLAPressing Uiylen and Jnteudeucia street*, dl
. ;
" I'i.1rarnu Olivnri.( toll BaarsACo
where he has been for andi
j It Paoiaiijek>, *: ;.LII\'alla. to anarABr I years
LO i has nothinu in stock but the Choicp'-t
t lolls'.. ..nlabc. to master i Club : of OLD LIQUORS BRANDIES
A detauhinoi.tof. jilwut thirty mac Am st Mary*.c.I 1..1111 ery (0, ortkrItat order '! CORDIALS, WINES.: E1C. The e MMMwAMMMml
Kllen/o. Miuoneitl to
:; r.::(>8 and recruits arrived la-t: night NorSicrid.Kt'ii. Petterson.toHullivan A ('o i!I are di-pensed by polite and affable
.i Nor I<'uperb.1l1rtMihng.toord' "r FOR GENTLEMEN. attendants. Here only you can get
find were taken to the navy yard. Ital Titania.7, (.arsuilotoorder; the Celebrated I|
ItTrento. KtiJ.: uotuo.. to order i il !
ilos-tof th< m cane from different >r olona,7\Burnlev, to III Sulliv.ia !'
\'ruItlDt.117i, Bazetto.tohS L Co ', N. C. Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, I BIG SACRIFICE SALE !
recruiting j-tatious In the South. ; her WiniUbrant 124
1 About a dozn muri.i left the local 'Co I i
hCBOONERO. Advance to Membership This i is the oldest whiskey on sale i in 1 -
station: today to Spend the holidays I I I the United htates, and is

various point-. I!' Am P."niCFrith.7tiKeen I.i-.roihers:!.i, Kelly to, toorderAm mater i I Clothes Cleaned.. and pressed as by the drink, or one gallon dispensed to ODe>I
t Am henna: l liristioa, I to. "sehun, to often as d ired. Your Clothes customer for $j.l J. {! lAln( B Uiti nm ad M n'a rurDhAlnt

I 1 UouldlnKertthzerLO, to master sent for and delivered. Call at :tiwedih Punch. Dini"h Aquaril ;, i, ,
Am Hjalmar..V> Axelien. 111.utl1: Palafcx and Join the
J.I. STEVENS Oerman Kummel
Ant llarolt B CousinsHart.loorder(i: Club and othpr brandsof
Am Miry J Hussell, ill, Anderson to : Imported Wines! Liquors and '[ AT JIAXITACTUKKKS1 (;OS'J'.
1tlll'.tt41t'OCII.IIT,It.U.IH.: John A Hive Merrill\ TWhlttier, 4M. to J I. Cigar always in stock. I
Am SolW'er.
A Merntt Co Laiies1! Plain Skirts a Specialty II All of these goods can be procured ': Sale Begins 3
t Dealer in Diamonds, Sterling Hil-1 ----- j I from Valhalla Branch, corner Oar- Wednesday, December 10th, at 8 a. m. :;:;

t t ver, Jewelry, Watches, Enameled The Pride of Heroes. Yours for Neatness, den street and 10th avenue. To the Purchaser of the First Five Dollars Worth of Goods a

,) Goods Toilet Articles, Canes, Urn- ;i Many soldiers in the hi't.ir Pair of Johnson & Murphy Shoes will be Given.
i6 lrellas. I'.iug, Bracelets, Etc., I I G. W. IRWIN. : CHRIS THIESEN
wrote to that for Fcratclus,
I say Stein-BIoch Clothing, cost f 13 to f 18:! per suit for.... .... ... .. ..IA.X1! to ?- T"

a Clocks IVn Opera: Glasses Bruises, Cuts Wound, Corn, Sore 'i, -- Corner Baylen acd Irtendencia Hts.I I Pants, cost $3 to $6' for ..... .... .... .... .... ... .. .. ... ... .. .. .\.I8tus -.'
are tl1r..rllJfor the Christmas; '
11 1 : Feet and Still Joints, HuckleD's'Arnica A Multitudeof I : Large Block of Celebrated Eagle Shirts for..... ...... ... .. .35t"
tialiday bargains in Diunoudand .
Salve is the best in the White Laundered ... .. ... ... .
i : and Negligee Shirts .. ,.. .:taro '
are shonuig! : a l Urge line to select world Same: for Piurn Scald, Stetson $350 Hats for..... .... .... .... ...... .... ............ .. .. |i -
frtnj We have Ulcer, Skin: Fancies for
suitable IvtiU and
everything Pile*. It Eruption 2jc / I Men's Best Hats for..... .... ... ...... .... .... .... .... .... .. .. .. ,H'j to .
f.r Christmas: or wedding cures or no pay. Only I
t prestut. Ianl at W. A. D'Alemberte'a dru< store, i i! I II Johnson & Murphy f5 Shoes: for...... ...... ...... .... .. .. .. .... %i 'Ii

I our goods will take pleasure in showing! 121 S. Palafox street. I';,: the Glorious, 7SMOE \ i Men's Best Shoes... ...... .... ... .... .... .... .... .... .... .. .. ... .Ub to I! .f
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'i I
120 S. PALAFOX.mi SOUTHERN STATES LUMBER COMPANY I I I Stock Must be Closed Out in Fifteen Days.

t The belt-1-4 All-Wool Blankets ins Notice ii hereby given! that Seventeen Generous S. R. THAMES
vl7' First Mortgage Bonds of the Southern I ,
tile city now sale at Green. Watson BflNK NOTEGIGRA
Tide. (
t Christmas
States Lumber Company, Not. 459 ...
& Co.'s.Get '. 421,389. 80.352,289,469,131,25,189, ,i I i Corner Palafox and IntendenciaHu. :\1.X..\(;1:1: :.

-- --- 40.467, 384, 462, 24, 27 and 436,, We have everything:: here you ---- -------- -- ---
your Oysters for havi jeen drawn by lot for redemptionfrom I
Christmas at the Twentieth the amount to the credit of the Sink can think or dream of. To / : D. HALE WILSON

J Century Restaurant. ing Fund, and will bepaid font the rate I visit and inspect our stock will II II I \ ,

Mobile of $1,025 per bond, with accrued interest be a delightful experience to I

i 50 cents per hundred.selects only at Company the office, 66 ot Broadway the KnickerbockerTrust ,ItiewYe'k! you. As i3 to be expected, our I I Real Estate and Rental Agent .

the lowest in town. ,
. -- on the first day of January, 1903, after prices are I I
Now Is the
time to order
' your which date said bonds will cease to bearirterest
Christmas cake such 34 fruit,ro'und. I See that Each Cigar is : 1JIj South ralafux Street,
ornamental or any kind of cakes, at COMPANY.
( Pfeiiler's Steam I Stamped. TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENSACOLAFLORIDA.
dJoawJ: 1st Vice President I
fi TIT Clam Bouillon with I' >0. 213 SOITII PALAKOX STKEETi FRANK REILLY i Ii i' We will launder your epreada for The finest line of umbrellas in the

rr Whipped Cream at Solo Hot Rolls, at 5 l>. m., lOc. I' 15 cents each and make them look city i3 at J. I. Stephens'. Go look

,non's.b i 1 I a doz at Solomon's. i I PEXSACOLA, FLA. SOLE AGENT. like ijw. Star Laundry. at them.

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