The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 19, 1900
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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pENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor. "

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Ti roSHEE,Vice-President; W. C. O'NEAL, President; F. C. HORTON. Cashier ; I THE Ht' tNESS LEAOIE.Ite .

.$: "McDAVID Vice-President; M. E. CLARK, Ass't Cashier, I j -- BLOOD # BRABANT DEFEATED
;:uUr 1)eemherfeetng: Held Last

CAPITAL STOCK 200000. Night With Good Attendance,
I \r e live by our blood and

The Young Men's Business NEAR ORANGE RIVERBoers
:DO it.rc thrive or tarve, as
League met in regular session last

night, President Hyer in the chair; our blood is rich or poor.
American National BankOF
Gain Another Great
I present also, the treasurer, secretary There is nothing eke to liveon

Director Mayes and a quorumof Victory Over the British.
members. The minutes of the or by.When .

PENSACOLA FLA. November regular meeting, the strength i is full and PLANS SPLENDIDLY LAID

1 special meetiag of November 2S,
pirits. high \ve are being refreshed ,
American National Bank of Pensacola offers to Depositors and the joint meeting with the I --
The every Chamber of Commerce of December f bone muscle and brain, Clements 1 Kntlrc Force Had a Narrow

facility which their balances, business and responsibility warrants, and I 3, were read and approved.Communications in body and mind, with con- I-s"e: Krum l'.tpIUrE'I'u Hold

its Officers would be pleased to meet or correspond with those who I were read Iud tinual slow of rich blood. This Prayer er\iri!! After the Haiti

Desire to Make Changes or Open New Accounts. oidered filed as follows: From I". S. Hrltlsh ttoumlc.l Doing Melt.CAPK .

:Senator tj. R. Mallory, Rear Admiral i is health.
Has the Stock of Any Bank in the State. : Tows Iv I is. Tho Boers
Largest Capital Norman: H. Farquhar the North When weak in low Spirits,
cruised the Orange river into Cape Colony
-- -- Atlantic squadron and the secretaryof .
cheer :-pring"hen rot west Alnvaluortli, on Saturday
,IAMIS; lire lira, !sit. war, all relating to the presenceof no
encountered the rifles and Bra-
daring the Mardi Gras festivities in
James; Hughes !Hr., one of Pen- from bleep, we are Carved; our bloodi J IH\SF.I.nw-,- De- -;. -Details of
February next : the
f I I tk sacold's oldest and mot honored II the Denver Chamber secretaryof of Com i poor; there i is little nutri- the defeat of the Uritisb.: at XooltKedacht -
6HR18TMA8 l CANDIES[ citizens, died at his home in this city
about S o'clock this mornin?. merce relating to irrigation in the ment in it. indicate that General Clews

ro Mr. Hughes was stricken last I West, and frcni the secretary of the Hack of the blood, is food, to ents' entire force had a narrow escape .

Saturday with paralysis, but rallied interstate commerce law convention keep the blood rich. When it from capture.
;; ;;ii :::;]:i 2> :.sI.!:. : Monday and regained consciousness I The Boer laid.
recently held in Chicago relating to plans were splendidly
long enough to recognise and talk fair, take Scott's emulsion ofcodliver
A.T ,0 with members of hU family. He I amendments to the interstate commerce If the main Ikit .column had: tarrieda

was about HO years of age and had I Ja.w.Treasurer. oil. It sets: the whole little longer them would! have been a

x ''C "L "' :" been a resident of Ptnsacola 60 Walker Ingraham's body going again-man woman complete success for the Boers, who exposed .
[ monthly report was made and ordered

years.The funeral will take place from filed showing a balance of and child. themselves undauntedly l yelling

St. Michael's Catholic church at 10 ?14}.U7 in the treasury.The We'll .njndaa &'e: to 1'yO". I:ktr and waving their anus. Their rushes

o'clocK tomorromorning.. secretary reported that $34 remained scull & f.OWXt: :, is, I'orl I ,wart. Xs.. V.>-kinefllcleney were ouly oteuiiiied by artillery
t4(f.: i 1PO3TOLE'3.r I l [ .1 -- -- unpaid on account of dues ; After the liritish retreat the Boers

Captain J.mcpli G. Hulibird Lasses that one member is: in arrears for !8j :) held a prayer meeting.; Their hymn

Away. t.I j months (ou which no action was could be heard by the retiring UntWi.
taken; ; that W. M. Ball and: John I would lie t&+y. These boirdi. All accounts indicate u heavy Boer

.::iS::; -i .;i 2 LijJr : Died at his{ residence in the western Denham had been appointed since the charter wus enacted have been Jot-s.
part of Escambia county, Fla., bers of a joint committee mem-I composed how much of very they huy desiredwere men, who,unable no clatter to- Colonel LepKO exhibited splendid

at 7:15 a. in. on Wednesday, December League, the Chamber of perform their duties faithfully, both to Lnmry. Ho shot tin Boers with hid
1 lidiiiK in 12th! l' "N 0, Captain Joseph U. and the Carnival Association to ar- ihemiflTeii and to the public. A few n'\ul\\'r bc-foru he fell with three bullets
] Fruits En less l Yariety-! Hubbird. He of the oldest for day U ant -uttleient to his
1 Mill'lo' s 1 111 was one range special pa-sender rates for Rive to superintendence of any bu ---
in the ST the carnival that J. 'h' -
men county, being year? ; E.tlllman. men who have charge of the police depart
old He was born in Beaufort coun- H. D'Alembme and W. C. O'Neal men t and thecltj street, should be on UrltMi WOllnll'd Doingell.: .

LOOK AT THESE PRICES: ty, South Carolina, on April 2y.h.1S13. had beeu appointed delegates, and duly powers all, and the tulle he held Mint itriotly should: accountable lIaIan:e 1.011)IJtc: : Ib.Lord Kitchener,

("hcnln.c' 1)01.K. por: 11Msillov . . . . . . .. .. .. Asst'Iitr When he was twelve, years old i Jno. A. )Merritt.. H.Dishman and i for their abuse. This erittcui also applies in a dispatch front Pretoria dated Dec

? ''.lt Drop*, ]rev I h. .. . .... .. .. . .. .,,!:>>o hn father moved to Ibldwiillounh'.1 H. H. Thornton alternate., to the re- to the the nmtor tire -houl.l relieved We of belie\e the Irksome tliiit If, reports that all! the Knti-h woutulpil

Jelly (; rust Drop. IH'r lit. . . .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. :>>(. Alabama, there he was reared tomanhood ,i cent sjHithern Industrial convenlion ]: duty of presiding' over the pulu court II.. in theeugngemcrltat! : "lile.l'1C'ht; base
; :lId. on November the7th but 11') hapf them had attended should be left free to devote his spurn time
!alum! t 3Iiv-etl. *J 11>... i"n. . .. . .. .. .. .. . .. .. :>>e11011I1'11I1111" I Ihl3, he was married to Ellen I : INatr.e, and that copies of the I and energies! to the higher dunes of 11I.r.j arrived there anti are ilomft' \\ -il.

CtuuLJ-, :f llr.l l er r. .. .. .. ... .... .... .. .... : (. Moye of Stockton, Ala then in report of tne special: commutee on i, nee.of 1IU the duties various require departmentawatthful a dote iuperviton -- i FIGHT AGAINST POLYGAMY
l i'>jj he moved to Escambi.t county quarantine iu tli'! t ;gulf port* had ] rye to the development oT the cit>"'_ resnurcts. -

You! mu*t have Candies, and Fruits for the Holidiysar.d Fla, and in l&GS; he purchased the been transmitted tll Hon. :r>. 11. Mailory. etc.. etc.To Mrrllnz In I'liil.uielphl IIfllldUrlt
cO".rlion' fully our remarks :
for your Christmas Trei s. Coon Hill Place in Santa Rosacounty U. .'). .seuatui. I thesiibji'ct we beg to "u'miit herewith 11 I t'rihbltlve! I 1.1'hl.1: UOII.
1-11.. when- h. lived during The committee on m uiufaeturpr*, I draft 'iftbill toh-uhrnlCtrdto the legislature -
civil In liii he moved its tt It, next M'.*Mi). w .. PIllI.AI' :I.PIUA. I)-c. lb.-Araassmeetiu
_LET ME_ FILL YOUR_ ORDER.*--s "f: the war. ; through chairman: : C. F. leek comm.wl it, or on.I.ur.lir h'lIrUI1'1
luck to E-camhii: : cjuuty auJ h:!< itp.Kt-d that corre'pciideiice: had 'I our wurtli} Malt-sriiatuis a:,d represents-I' of wocien to j.rott-st against Mar-

Goods Dalivorod Frca to Any Part of the City. lived, where he has: taken place with parties ?uppo.-ed tiveOn I moil polygamy wa la-l'i lre la.t night: ,
lived n..fullife. He has be establish motion it was ordered that the
an active I to ready to a cotton I II
the principal speaker being Dr. S. J.
always taken an active part in the f ," torvi. i'i' through :v hicli itVa;; two committees above-named be ; .
C. MPOSTOLe I jpolitici of M-. C'U'.ty. W truth ." ,.'.I.! *" .:. t t''e1! nifrt'y hiiJ. muti continued and tint the Chamber of Elliott, au ]]pt.'copal di-attmeM, and 4

pou".ii; ti! < p. ;:,cl'\: \.;" h: htlioed G.. i in-jy to M-il ; also that corres-I I Comineree and t'1tCl1UhCl1! be re- Iow.. Campbell: n missionary "f
OPPOSITE FOSTOFFICE. be rrzht. He has three fonwho: all i'"ndt-lIc" is i iii 1r''grass: with j>ar- quoted to :appoint committees of among the tirruois. The ttlll'tiv.l wag

;, live here i.-ar, hill.--the elde.-t J.t-ot1 I tc! d""irin l ; to establish a class I tho-e bo-lie* t"> confer with the two one ot n series being held throughout
r I Hubbird live- ju-t west of the Prr- I factory, which Lad not been coin '; con iilltte"- of the League upon the the country tinder! tile auspices of the

THEBEST SALVE IN TH:: WORLD j jXKR i II I Haw to Cura Trojp.i I'I, dido river in B ,hi will C'ulltAI.I... plet! "' d. The la-t-nalned ii'attt-r was 1 subject ot the proposed bill, *<> that International O>tinci of Wotuea for

''i I Mr. R. Gray, who live near Ame- theother two James. and Joeph E. 'i' left ill the hands the comniittpc.j [ there may be unity of action there- Christian and Patriotic Service. Mia*
It made from
- \ \ i Hubbird, IIVP in :JI'-eambLi couuty, j Tin- special committee ht'retof'lre ot:. Helen Would i is vice president of ills
,nption by a widely known niii. Ducliescounty! N. Y., tiy 1' : :Mr. Myf?, editor of the Daily council.Dr. .
j Fla. Captain Joe, a- he wn* famil- I I app.-iuted to prepare a bill for a tax
'. >';;'alit an1 'o'itin'ly N the Chamberlain's: Cough Kniuedy is i-irly Knwn, when hA was quite: a 11.-.V for the city through itschair- : Jiuirniii.t: ted that that 1't'Ha'o/ Elliott, m the cour-o of her remark -
ahng;:: salve for pill{! *, burns I I''tnati printed t.e! of 11''ItIltH'X.ltillll'I :. ,aid:
the hot medicine I have ever used. young uuii was for several yearsIcapt.ii'i lion. A. C lUoiiut, Jr., leport- report
uit'ers. running sorei.d all of a -teaiiil.tthatUriiedI i I committee, and 470: copies there- "Polygamy: i.> <>;.r.iailin2! with Mor-
It fine !
Ia children's
. ; for
. There i is nothing #oV reim-dy
40* I j i the n..til I fl..11ttckr'n: Ala., to MoI i ..object Lathe order IIf the League; i iEoiu-ii. It i< not lontiiK'd to Utah.
\ D'AIi-mberte.. croup an i} ulY;'rr.1iI..tllcun'." When I' laud bill'of $11 !S3: for but exiitm Idaho New lexi Ari-
i I bil,'. Ala. : then, in l 1M!:>, he wa-. captain the League: : at a former uteetitlg had! [ h-pre-enud ("
----- ... j.\"inu as soon a- the child becomes of a home guard. dump my inI !| caused the same to be printed in thefartu 'the -aiiie. which waurll<:rt-d paid zoua, \VyomiiiK Sevad.t and C sorest way to become I jro i : mid the .-"ct-tan' directed! to draw a i If four more states were added to th*
l h0:11: ;e. or even after the croupy I Santa ll<'?a county, F'l.l wh.-re he suppIemeiiK to theutypa-j( '
'. .-1- to wait until you haxesuf- I warrant for the-ame. inii'' m which the Mormons already
cough has it will I then lived, "hence the title captaiii. I p"rc"j>ie- of \vi.iLvr! .!ru presentled i i
: .t money to !buy a home, and j ; preventthe 'j lIe was a typical Southerner warmly I to the League. |I, On motion the nrittf-r of distributing I hive jMln.,-ill l po-.vt-r. it will ba impos-i
attack. This
,,: ::lr it all in c"sh, u-ually never be borne in 'I committee 1 faiJ copies wa referred to the b'..' to i i'. 'i-l.ire UpMin-; them. "
supporting the South and her in- I 1'nPpeeial ;
t ..- waiting.{ Now i is the time to mind and a bottle hand of the Cough H.medy i IStitltialie> ; leaves a wife antithree .appointed to prepaie a bill! rftlrl'r"l special committee on annexation. I,, I:..,""luti.lUsnr,' iuiopt il urging congress -

: .:' You can arras : o the payments kepi at ready for instant I j .'onlIinetetn grand children 1 charter for I't'n..a'ul:1. through its On motion the said committee t., tuku lroUl.tu.u..u in favor i>f

w.- Thos. Watson & Co. u-e as. For soon sale athl'i'p.; by Hannah pymptoms liros. appear. Hjlote: Peat grind child and a chuirman: made the following I I authorizo'l to consider the (wa"l.IIU anii'iidiiieut! iruhibitmg I jioly :aniy
-- -- -- uniting:: the member. of the Ala- and mating its pructicv punirhuble byui.sfrauchineuient.
all medicine dialers.t'QCNI I ho-t of otter relatives and friends to provisional and llliin.(1! te,ort, ,I I
S"i I w Year's eve ball at the" Armory --- ---- -- --- I mourn hi. dnuie. May his, soul beat accompanied by tle bill it had ''blma legislature; to 1'1'1I."e'lla.! and .
:: t'' I'en-iacola Light Artillery. I rest i_ the prayer of hN npphew. prepared : I j I report at the next iiitttiug uf the -- --
:/ t it. ) C.-\ IU; '. I !, League. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
: \\ 15. Hrnini.: I tl'rtheuad-r'gnedcrtamltlreappoint- '
The finest made in the city at l'.> I .. i-rt by jour lionorwbl- burly fur the JoUflIO| ,e j I Iof ,I The bill of (!. \\'. Harrow: for printing Take Lu"tl\ r.roinoguintnfTablxK. Altdruggliu
OIN.\MINTII: ) CAI'-S cert a pound, at Pfeilfer's"Btoam!: I Keep the bowels active if you I I ().,nMiltringlnilitr it .. ailv:_Hble to supplement to the city news refund the money if It fsilt to
I Blllt'lld tbscbarttTof lln-cityof IVmuooli, the bill 'cure. K.: W. Grove's suu.iture: la on euelibox.
health. dose containing proposed
" Iii kind, the nicest and best Bakery. would preserve your A I beg tu report IlIltt we are ul tie opinion papers i:jc.
' I'feitTer'd Steam I' of PKH-KLY ASH BITTERS now and i I hat the charter provid-* for a 11.rlllll..lltf..r : for a city tax law amounting to |l.j: --
; -3 anywhtre: Han complicated bur the prp ntor early was ordertd paid, and the >
We will do then does; this to perfection : secretarydirected
Baa 'r:.'. I up your counterpanes luiurenreda of this city; Ibut by it, the >1'.lrdtlll: Fora .Vsr(; I'leinl. .
nah Bros.. to draw a warrant for ame.
Special Agents.
for 15 cent each New Metnod I p\\'rs of v..riiiiiwut :ir. so ,.ull.dlIdl'tl''
Laundry. at tn prevent tardaiugof rtf'cliecorke On moti in the in:ttter of j rint- CII \fH-O'JA. Ofli -A posse of
fact that
P' yle; are realizing the W. bare considered the i-barlfr provisions iuj the till for a new charter wa I centred etizeu+ of Counttah; Ua: are
.- >i. :Urated Vienna Cream Bread nnilu-utile to the vat clt-parliiifiits, ,
referred the in
to committee
loaf .ttnaraieljr., /. special hcouri'in; he' wixxls in tined of a uejra
the! b.,t in the city. .\ large : POLITE ATTENTION.
chnrifeof the *
: !, The Lez l tlvc-\Ve helieve I that It an e
' Model : Driull's.Couch I I who a-iuuited Miss Annie Neul,1G
r' <' >nt, Vienna UakeryVtlutetidencia. HONEST WEIGHT .j, uiim-cessary in have mort than two alilfrmen Application for membership were years
. I .. old. Tiifuepro choked Ins victim iutj
\ from t-iioh ward fur b..I1.Iba
,_ read from the following! and on mo-
-- t"'0 would tee} inueli more the responi- insensibility, accomplished his purport
lulity Inch rests upon them; they would! ti m. carried unanimously, the rules
D.-\TE., FKS AT H. MULLER'S. SYRUPcures aDd then covered the unconscious girl
rreoizii zw the greater nejfs-ity of I were waived and the secretary was
MIXED NUTS.KVAl'OUATKD, '! PHONE 2i))3. lilt !. PA LA FOX.i Hacking Coughs i ins UKrelings regularly and attI'Ur1'1'I'lstrurteil to cat the vote of the with loaves and net tire to. them.
!PKAC1IKS, Sore Lungs, Grip lePneu- common experience bolns lint where a I I .. -
i, tu-k I Is tixrn to many, each looks to theother L'agtDlor{ heir election a inetn- Writ of ManfUintM Denlt-il.
t bPAUK: UIHS, F. M.KKKK;! I i When H woman has a home she monia and 15ronihiti.i: in a to !perlorni it. Annin. I the people of nor : Hen I). lieer 1*. \V.HmithC.F. .
AT H. 111I.EIVS.IIOSE ; takes a pride in it that no one can few dap Why then rihk the ward could more sanity reach them Mar h. J. \\'/titiul.ll.rgl". Jno.H. I Jar FEUsOX CITY Mo., Dec. K-JudgjBhtrwoo"
? 213. tlM> ) S. PALAFOX.L. Consumption, .1 slow, sure wlththetrwants. andcoulItue nlorereadily Junes, James 1111hpJr.. 11. O. i : in the court today
take: in a rented houe. And the man hold tbfia ittpot.Mtil'- failure*, w H ; supreme
who his home has death? Get Dr. Bull'sCough h..I1.tbat ,lisa reprfftitatiteof the city Anon and A. M. McMillan.tvcretay I I the
,, and the fou : own : a better bus I rendered an opinion denying application
]: out for yourself, Price 25c. I Itu ,who
be at
Syrup. there should a council!II'n !e
: > ; your family by ?ecurinsaJbr.tul 1 iness and social standing, and pets Don't bo imposed i woulilacttis a balance between runlending j Cluute: announced that I I of the St. Loui-i Star for a writ of
. \ life iii'iiranct' policy much more good out of life than the II Refuse the dealt ; 'lIh.illltIt upon.: I interebK. \\'e Ia-tly belii-ve that the lai'in- ,, he haJ made a propo-ition to theCbimbfruf l I I mandamus agam.-t The Associated
bei-ol the ecunClI should! receive a small Commerce Jo the effectthat '
1I1i.' .' i.'!'iy. fromTho#. Watson ordinary tenant who is continually U not a* ff'nvl is l>r Huh! 's, I; for their -..iceuy.. t'2, lot Press! This was an attempt to secure"
41- ,, .. : .,scr.tone of the bet moving.: Don't lose time in .eirb' Sah ation Oil cures Khcumatism, ,I each i-ompensatioii walking meetiii which iney attend. if they would appoint him the service of The.sodated Press.
'rrpr. Watson & Aches and I'ami. 15 & 25 cU. ..tbI1",11I Ollll tort shtant secretary t-f the body rca--I I .
l i:;!" i .." e "-"m 1aui's in eYl-- Thos. Co. securing 1'h.s prl'J'I"IItHJ.d. --- --
: .. one. i-onipfO-alt'H poor u.ntioj n.tivrity and enpiu i would endeavor t.) devote, for Gored to Death t>y a Hull.DiKLixGTov .
t; ( wlioiu ins Teilow ciiueiis dire to
itv j unable much of
compen-ation. o
- aunorfurth.-to"ot Ihueendretxbuhia S. C., Dec. IS.-An oM
i, proper pitrfurniauce o! tuelutit- of sa al I, his time a was necessary, in con-
df ruinn leijune.J. i i n.*ction with the! League:: work, t"atl'nling negro woman living on Dr. Baird'splace
J. vcuHvH-\Ve lien,-\'" thai! .I he board to the various duties i.f while hitching u bail to a cart,
SJMlOKE: : public works a'I,1 Dunnit. \ -l.oulilI \ I
both hodu'- in the matter of ,
I h iilwili-hed.Kiul\ tU |I' > r'W iiv..i Uitliem 1 \\attacked by the animal and gored'
'.'!'1,1..1 l.i-1 ,', r i .;.", .'-pny,-.hlr pondingolicitin; new membercolleeti. ,-, to tii af n. ::he wii um.' .ir di."rabotvt.IeL
:.i a.U nt ". |",II ::,," :, n iiiovm for "', of due, etc. The Ctiainb I

.-r of Coi.iiui-rcecommitte-:\ report
nu: wa":atilt- to tliH proposition I!

< i,':.\ and in i-"'::-n'eftion wit1. the! Lea! uf --. Beyond HelplIf !

rN1d CPIC i VND \II: HiliCATARRH jv ,Area ; tyuifiit of ti" per cent "f. I I

a IP ap I Flt}: th -ripts; for -uchrvice, -). ,' you bf-lif-vf- :of/'ir, weak -totnach

c4(44 BALM On u. 'M";t., the j\I rf-si'lent was au-, is bpyond l.elp. it i i- I.., cause you

m GHTHRnI )>iI t1!:.>ii- tI'd requested to appoint a''' have not tried Hu-tetter'c Stomach'
innu.M' .111 confer with the cons i
uAYfEVEq = i iutt- ., It i. .>. CbambT of Coir.mercc i HittrrP'r the p m half century it
I I-
a.u:: .'i i v- .intly i at an flltl table has cured ail! stomach troubles and

ElrsCreicEulaKa : ar ':t-n. -a:: <>f the; matter. i will do so for Try it for
The FEst 5-cent Smelts in the World you. dl1
Up-te-Date : I Li. .-u'< then adj",urned.a I e.P- ,
'v a' I pi 1- utlU S sia :nrliestioc constipation. biliong-
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SOLD BY ALL DEALERS.A iMiirio'iir : E ( .at Tipped Ci\rtt' :, ne"s. serTou'ntis. flatuitr.or: !180n- I
.k1. : t e_ 1 and hf.nvincMd..
tti..jUl. eta :S 'fthat
.1. 1.1,. I: .' N '* A"o-tle j tier r.-'"'ived a : our
Box will Make a Good Christmas Present. lit .,"-. COLD'N HEAD fr,'.'. 1 n.-I.un..t fit ;!old tipped.Igy'uu Piitate Keuiiue: stamp) fjv rtlie J 4 r
neck of the b ,til. .
It "p'u" ,1'- : nO t N.i i' Pis-uj :; ;" ri;.:arrettes ,, !f.ich have: fIt .

: 'jfJ'E :E1 jJ & Jl) ,* [AUItitl!tr: \It-ill ir.nn in.: !n.! -! .'. -Ih tli-, i.--> rl 1st, !- I'ti'ttft-..r T.-t. b coijitudi a Lid anon the fashionable has Hostetter's i \
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:ii dlIrutS.: i ;:" '* mi" .. gold! tips prevent the paper from Stomach fo't;
r\! 1IIITIII-I; : ,
adhering to the lip. Try thtn. I IMlw
DISTRIBUTORS.-a :* warren -trt-<-t. ;l.C"I'rk.. Been Equalled.
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NATIVE TROOPS, IN A The f sit Fly of Summer. I r --
Strong Sermon Ti the I list t" of summer
That Sits on the *in?.
And my heart almost Heeds for

MUTINY AT KINGSTONBritish "Sleep"dwell upon thine eyes, peace in The mate poor of, nu lonesome old age.So thing.o I i

; thy heart. .. comrade has he. .. J I
I This quotation can be appropriately applied To nick m my je"Or :: '..:" li u 1,
R when speaking of Duny's Pure Malt droao in my tfl. {
: Soldiers I
Precipitate a .
Whiskey. It brings refreshing; sleep to the -
weary and peace to the diseased, tired brain. I know if I spare him .
Bloody Race Riot. The following letter from the Rev. 13. Milk( Hi-'ll fr si on my ic I O :: ;n ; CD
C> perched en mr taW fpot.I
was written in answer to a criticism and > turb mr
ii> ,
query from one of his chwrf members. IVreft it his rim CMsi
He says Duffy's I"ureMalt Whiskey And shorn o( his pride b .i !
---- is a blessing to mankind. 1'P. wnd Mm 10 rt oboe 1 1Illnup
The gwJ Cits! ...ide. N l +
\\'01l14D Makes a Startling valatlon.. trade Center Kins.Mr I ISo

'J \\0 Meu iuillotlricd For Crimes Dear Bro.: Your fiver with the in- (snipe) let me finish
l4'.- d slip la at hand. The(act?are these: firs eartlily career;
t Committed by Her lIusbltnd-l.oo-I j' iffy wife u'U all invalid for several jeaw WUn. rush! goes a globe truraM o
and on our pbjaicuin's recom- > bnt ohanilelier.Tlirn I'I 'N
lon I'reacher-I'Mitor on (lambling.KIXGSTOX .
(si[*) and my weapon I V tI
la 1 UiinchiHl in !his h.+J.
Jamaica Dec. 13.-Serious I'
A'.as) 'tit a flowtr use
riots. growing out of race fepliug took I'e ......tered instead! I II I

place in the streets of this city last I
But (svvipe) In my hurry
night. The chief rioters were beveral :a miss him ODLC morv, I I
0 I I
hundred nero soldiers of the British C t AnJ the riming c'ts'.nictit 1 1U l/J
:&kin- me sore. |
West India regiment, who were sop AnJ ninr thst securely ,, I Cf
ported by natives of their own color. -..." n = Ci lit hides from m.v daze '
Iiirti that I'll lease turn ,
They attacked civilians in the street and t Tu li\e cut Lu dyed I CDP

maltreated many so badly that they 'Cl.raeo Reccri ,.
were taken to the hospital and are under i i + -- I '' N
treatment for severe InJuries. 1 The I.ark'; SOD!:. I 00 IJ
Lieutenant Colonel Allen, who is in 4 .\ writer ou "The Wonders of the '' [

Command of the regiment, endeavored: \ Spring" says that the volume of sound \ -1/1 1QD

to control )hijj i plan but was unable to l10''i: r. r-...._ produced by the skylark Is most won I W

to By perjnasfo'n. lIe then organizes I .. .. : ..t, derful. "The lark ascends until it i '
tM wc7 411 d wore in citizens to aid in I Ih mendatlon used a certain preparation with appears no larger than a midge and p
i kee .ng tn i t fathers ftud petty officers bareredg I, man.a boctorof Ui rtuttynotof Medicine,but can with difficulty be seen by the unaided frCD
** "fender I am not afraid to fay that Duffy's Formula eye, and yet every note of its <1
neY : to the police and '
k and Doily's fur Milt! W hivkey are the purest '
defy err oF car lost of them are in ; ... 2 -+ balmK paraf.ons asmPdiclnesitnoR hons will be clearly audible to persons ;, :
the military i \ Il1 W I+tleeY tv:. of and my emricnoe U a large cue. I &m a temperate man and never used, and would v hare fully half a mile from tLo [ N
Jbtt11{ ,I never adn*any man or woman W use any Intoxicant as a beverage. My recommendation olW net.OHr nliif-h t tli! ,> bird utters Us '
T2t P" vol value ,medicmel ) ,
of their -
v ) Formula and Wbisk..y w 13 made alter a thorouKh knowledge great; a ----- .- j' i I
) ;, freer unda.ieu\\:\s l "N'aeel Allen. The <.le deliberately and ba.-cd U'Mn farts, and I do not hesitate to Hand I;0 U;:. 1 I 1 a
temVeranre who have written me on thissu !-ct UonotWV t().ra" that i ,
w111'ue The men
e Ue measures hken against "ylt.was a tem-x-ram-e many man t-efore many of them were bgrn, Sincerely yours, B. J11LL8 D. I'. < J I I a\t. .:+.cute?, it u I\l'r ?\i.I cs"to sing I 1 i ',tl t
te n It is the only hiikt-y taxed by the govomfiJeht as a medicine. This Is a Euarantw II'r ur! I I I fit a moment, a teat vfi.ith! seems won- I t'
Af11tre i! treat unrest in the city and you (I'etthe genuine. P.ctttsesub@Ututci!: Then is nune just "118 good 11:>" Duffy's. All druggists ,I, who find I
1 and feeling is at a high and RTOcers; ,or direct,fl.OO a bottles (].,'rful to us human beings,
vicinity: race will If you are sick and run down write us; it apt roil you nothing tQ learn how to regain food that a sens: cf six or seven minutes In I I
pitch., It it feared that something health eneiw and vitality. Medical booklet sent five.
precipitate riots like the furmer fatal' 'ToanyrcadcroithispaprrRhoRilla rite us w e w ill send free two of our patent length though interspersed with rests .
outbreaks. I FREE Game Counter for whist, euchre, I\C' Stnd four tenor in tlam)* to ixA'tr and pauses is more than trying. Vet I Santa ClaUS Delivering Presents f tJUbtllc. They are unique and useful. ULTfY MALT \\UISKhY:: CO., Kmbestcr.of : .
Meetings in the vicinity of the raili-' this bird will pour out a continuoussong dies and West Florida Steam Bakery < '<( ,
+ tary barrack, have been abandoned under of nearly :u minutes in length

t orders of the authorities and the having committed a series of crimes ,' and all the time has to support Itself Address all Letter to. Santa. Clans, c< n ,
civilians have been warned to remain in 'among them the murder of an ajjed; > 20OOO
of its '
the constant use
in the air Ly
ida Steitm
doors until the trouble is over. woman at Ifautmoiid: Although; they Hakery.
--- declared thvir innocence until the lat win; ." __ ____ ___ i
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COLOMBIA AND THE CANAL moment, one of them wa- senu'ucad t> When the stomach is tired out it I .;.--...._......-.....-.-.' .;.-..-....-.-. ....--... .-. -
---- imprisonment for l.f.and the others- Auction Sale must; have rest, but we can't live .:.-- -- -- .. _- -- ..'-- .. _- .. _- ', -- -- '':.'
Government' Attitude Clearly Defined were guillotinedNow
a woman named Souma:.: ne ha without food. Kudol Dyspepsia .1 I
on the 8u jtct.
denoun(.crt her husband, who she Cure what eat" that! t
PANAMA, Dec. is.-Senor Martinet just OF UNREDEEMED "digests you so i I ) ;
jJ jJI
t Eilvela, Colombian minister of foreign I nary to be committed quite aae the and(crimes.the authorities Sho is haul areI', you can eat all the food you want [ M W fa'- I

while it is
affairs cables from Bogota this states i: investigating the Charges restoring the digestive

meat of Colombia's attitude on the construction --- organs to health It i is the only I H. j t f fSCHDOL
I Lord Hector of Aberdeen. r w m JWHI. [ preparation that diverts all kinds of HEADQl' AHTEHFOB:
of isthmian canal
an :
LONDON, Dec. IS.-Lord Strathc6na HargU Pharmacy, Sidney
"The Colombian government will do Kahn, Johu Sheppard. I! f&1
everything within its power to facilitate and Mount Royal, the Canadian high ,, -- --- --- --- BOOKS ii

and hasten the opening of a canal by commissioner, was today installed as'i' A U.\I TI-:)II'EL' Cl'UKD.;
the Panama route, whether it is affected lord rector Aberdeen.. Everwhere hemet or All Jl i if f
Descriptions Said lady to her !
by the actual company holding the concession '' with a demoiibfratively cordial I. husband a is the dnijzgit recently amiableman ; :' ? OF ALL KINDS. ;; *
"my mon
which expired in 189, or by greeting from the students. In his errs
whomsoever may represent their rights j tonal address Lord Sftrathcona dealt I Also, in connection with this ln- on the face of the earth. and up Il I!{ (J
I to about month ;
a ago, he was the ; WK HAVE THE I.ARUEST 1
t y "The government will make reservations with the unity of empire. Ha referred i(redeemed Pledge Sale I will put on crossestthin I : 8TOCK Ith' ;

elgnty only and to to give preserve assurance national that sprees free ,: to: the of Canada gratifying the grosvth federation of the of Dominion Austraj j'I sale Silverware the Great recently Stock purchased of Jewelry of and J. very glad of pill to hear, "but ever it,what" saw said has the"I caused dispenser am i 1,11),E|i)j: Hem and Second-Hand Books for Public Schools [j j jI

transit by way of the canal tor all nations Ha and the similar federation of Booth I B. I50HE. Cincinnati Ohio, at One- this wonderful .

'.' shall be fully guaranteed." i, Africa to follow the war. The speaker Third Its Value, and theTwo Stocks! di"po5iti.>L?" "Well.tran-f"+trmation said the of I ( ) Ever Broaght to Pensacola, at the lowest Prices ASCHHOL
The Colombian minister at Washing ''. did not altogether! favi/r an imperial Combined will make it one of the I (
ton will soon be able to attend to this I!: parliament. He thought a conservativei Greatest Auction JewelrHales lady "nl! hu-baiid wa; a chronic Ii ,(1)-_ BOOKS: BOUGHT. HOLD. A\II EXCIIStiEII.. W.. )' ? W I]
ever dyspeptic tim he r i Cash I'nce for H. coud-Hand Ktuika A !
; every ae something your 'nUl"> v
matter. i i imperial council would meet all needs. before the in this and ,, ,
--- put public city he would sutler life (I Wcliool : upphl's-Tal.l..h. HvnciU 1'rno. -nholders. KnInn : la M i
i vicinity. These goods will behold ; a I ) this opportuaitv to nveloney ou lour Book- I j
''t PARKER AFTER GAMBLERS j| (;hoatr to Krturn Home. burden to him ; that't what made'. (.I I,)
Without Reserve or Limit to the I '
11 cmHe took '
so two !bottleof
rrea'h r.KdUor Tilts at the Princeof LONDON, I> !' ( j t Wale 1 ate will, it is said, sail hither on Saturday mencing- has not said a cross word! in a mouth ,

"' LOXDOX, Dec. 18.-Rev. Dr. Joseph or the week afterward for the That Smith Hepatica medicine i is a i.:. 218 SOUTH PKLKFOX STREET. .:.

I Parker of the i i: United States, the death of his partner TUESDAY, December 11 good thing, you can recinnmeud it." I ,
rector who IQkl -
City Temple J ..
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Charles C. Beaaitm. having rendered his _- -. - _-_- - ...
has assumed for the week the editorshipof And will continue daily at 2:30 and I -.J.J W.W' WW
pre.race iu New York neees-ary. It i>= "
m. till the entire stock i is closed Everything on wheels
the London Sun, in today's l : '
out. The usual motto will be used
the under the heading "Bettingand will nut return to London. I' with or without abler tires ,.. .
paper in my sales. All goods sold by me I .I Cleaning ladies skirts and waists I will repair y u i ii5 u -

Gambling Castes," tilts at the Prince I will be guaranteed as represented!' or at ,T. ,,' [. HilUard Go's. i one of our specialtiei. Star Latinjewelry ii fir-: >t-M.c. -: J ',
lie KxtendM to >evUrllle.KXOXVHXE ft !
cf Wales and Lord Rjiebery as follows: i 'your money refunded ThN sale I I I dry. Stephens.A .

"Woe to any country in which the Dec IS1.-.\ proposition '1 means money in :your pocket*. KP-: ___
beirs to the throne and prime ministers has been made Sovier member. I have no b '-bidder* on I
to county, Tenu.,
favor the race course it exists I ......
a among 1! the lloor. The goods are simply .d.-J..:
us today. If princes!! are guilty it is a to build au extension of the Knoxville i I sold on their merit Will mention I 1I '# ''<:".'"..... G00 1St (1t10i
poor consolation for us to rebuke the and .At1 nsta railroad from Gamble'- a few articles which I will put onsale I r} r. (
peasants. If tho prime minister can story to :eviervilltt, a distance of alnmt !! : r
blwpheaie he has no right to rebuke 25; miles. This will give S,'rirrvillcrailroad I Solid Gold Watches with highgrad I II '

p ribaldry ou the streetI would rather communication Knosville, *- movement*, such ;as; Elgin; I : Sj11 -
have as premier a man of solid character a thin? that has Leeu desired for the l!'Waltham. Howard. Filled ('a=r' ,

than briihant mind addicted to habits post half century. The prujtoMtiou I: I Watche. I:. Ii. Adju-tKl Watch-!' I # rc i
that may have the effect of a pestilence that Sevicr county bear half the C\Jot. 1! Diumond Ca-e Watches, Ludie-' and V xtf

upon the ruing Der8ti\lu." It may be! accepted. | (ient'? Solid Gold lUngC'l.u.k*. I II
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lnluzP r'tprllll1I'ilnrwlr.\ joad- IN-
WOMAN'S TERRIBLE SECRET Now i is the time wbc-n and i i t..1
croup jruple 1'l.ittd Ware, llo.'ep Tible 1 1, t s.r .
--- lUll;: trouble* prove rapidly f.ital. I Ware, Oenuine Kbmjy (;."..1+.
Mie >uj+ Inuorent Men :Nillerol For The only hartnles remedy that pots i CLOTHINGoil r -
Her IIII,b..I'i ute (Cuuh Hire. It i HltiH I OI .\HJ': DIAMONDJKWEIJIV ,,,
IX>:\1M)a, 1),'c. is.-An extraordinary Htry
tn take and can bi rlici mum to : ; such Sulitaic liiiiiwei ;-. -
ftory of woman's terrible secret at lad quickly cure coughs colds and all ;;lnri;; from' to ;a K each ivn- I ,
*rt vonl...l i is wired fn>m O.-;ti-i,l by a lutijr di-ea-f*. It will prevent coniniptiou. daut-i, I'm-. CiiarmEar \Dinp)/ *, r ,

Daily M.iil ("orrt"i j arb nt th r" -< Harjri* Pharmacy, SydneyliahnJohu i Studs, Solid Hold ChainSolid! C;,iMHeaded / i I SECOBB.Men's :; .
Walkingnie-. Field( I
Thn-t> 1'.p lmu workmencrr truv U i Slieprmrd. \ .
.: Uh e-. Op..ra (Jl.i- fMuicil I I I luytruuienti 'i .
I $1 unt ",-\:1 y.\r-: ::.> ,,".1 f, unil guilty ]and liundivd nf nth-1;! wits : : :: : : : : :: : : : ::::: :: :: :: :: :: : : : : :: :: : : ::: : : ::::: :: : : : : : ." : $2. 5 OJ. c) %= :LBoys' .. J

BEE BUZZES | tides'too luuiii-rou* to I'l'titiuvi!' ".
f**<.$ < AAAAAAA,1,}.4 AAALAAiy_ ,, ', be sold ut quits : : : ::::: :: :: :: : ::: : : : : :: : : ;::: : : :. : : :::::: : : .. : : : :: : : : .75 to &; '
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;: After He Comest *lit..v; i-i \a lwlt.J vate. f lime: lot wir.ti-r < M., :. Ale I! lirAii: Yoilfchs' Suits: : :: : : : : : : : : : :: :: : :::: :: :::: : : : : : :: : : : : :: ..: : : : : : $ 1.75 to & ..t' ;;
Lliillkull SLoan
v a':, ri.Ionics. Ladies' .
I b.,'" ', t.. '.., I.\'.\"' "1J".11 ':'U"- Kv-Y- : If i.-.K-j i-, M : !I.! .,in'. I" th I. '"ir : 1 Skirts.-: : ::: : : :: :: : : :: :: : : :: : : :: : : :: : : :: :: : : . : : : : 7t 0 Q _: :+ 11
tt l <.M'iU.rii: ii.illurC .,

,..' ,'I.t:. >. ':t '.'."' ,::',:,1.-." I'i" i-I.. !a:.test.l ,,:.l.t"! '--lllg ild" ; .it. r.inrcni.\ tar,i- ii'.inl j .'re! I.r ii.jiini.-,f'a onnil.i.r'1 nn I I Office : Ladies' Capes-: : : : : : :::: ::::: : :: ::; : :..:::: :::: : : :::: .. : ::: ; ; ; ; .48. to r. .' ; : J

C.IMui..r: : .::1\',' ..itr !.t..,'..h. tent to ., : eee- '::> v. Ltn I \I! li II' .' i> i i.r! J2: u sorin \L.\I'OX sTiiri: Ladies' 'G
*. d') : ..-. vj.m": :s: !L.I' i I.h hers ,t IUJJ. ', Jackets-: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ;;;: ::: : : : :: : : : .'.". : .: : : :::: $2.25: to S: / =

w. t-f'- .N.-v's.1' '',...11"'l L-. rC y means 9 Ti-! "!,] 'tla:: to n- in;:: II iy. straw: ,.rfi. I Uppruiu 1'u tumlL+usr. M- . : ( !
1 r t.: I'.1': her J-\MC.! ; .11 I CtlIt.t'on.: :; .'!W r:11 '1:1H"r ovi r the l.\c: c n" a p'ferti :-,. P. !S.-I have a Safety V vests, I' rand isses': Jackets---! :::::: :: : : : : :: : : : : :: : : : :. .: : : :: 81 25 to 8"1:0," I

*: :- v s>;ju',i. f':' u.l UicJi\ apply tf ..u i"rin! ;: the winter i, tint it nay ; IJurchir Proof: and I tm |i-..-- i I

i Ji ". .. :it,.r.h .;., 1:1:I.ur mi "\ ntnl if Ihl'.Ij cain 'n n- pared tn take: ;s'>(>d care of your article : Shoo Stocli Must be Reduced I
t; Ii Uiuce to the hives they will destiny ii l.i' of value aud will make hliorules I !

Mother': :: 1.. t s. advi11I' on all such articles at the 1 i I

/ TII! use of comb fouinUtion not niij:I 10I'.t rat* nf intr rP.t. Xo Loan LOOK AT on LADIKs . . . .$I. .I j 10 F.< I LOOK AT OCR CHILD'-; . I
F 11.. sates a great deal <>f labor and tim- I. too -milind: \ noil" rose hiI!. Jteniembertiif r: I'
LOOTot.l . . . '
.. : LADIKSi. = ; _; ; ()'; + LOOK AT .
t..........". ;:. li.'i V.CE: the !>4'>s, lout it ale MH.UH-S ,.'" ooinlis iii the frill:;" s au! Inruely! d I"tan.iy .trnet. nl'p+,-IU the l'<,-hptlit'], <'. al-X. ILOIIK.\l Oil; i. \ nirI ) . . . :ap' ;.I.I.o.! : I L' utl-: .\". U1'It[ ISMY-' .\\l. \rKN-
.... .... ". ,1., ,.t .It.1 t ,I'" II". .. .. .
J.i chkotL 1'.rj..t. LOOK AT Oil! |: I U'li'-s '
l\ .. !:I' ..,... with the omiiimliicSinn of dnm1vn : r.P1CiiSIiU ':: :Ui'( 1 1./ '' :' ,1: 01 i : lo: \ .1' : > MFN:: : ,
., ,-0 .0.\, ;'1' .' \\). LIDli.i'I'ttl'1: (in.i; ( !U ., : .
: ... : : tl ;<< 1--: :: : ''IHI-: \i. nI K ItoYS: AN h lll.t N
.;, A t: .1 : a I. ..; When hoes are left in thin oui>r ti'..tiil ( . .. ,
AT < l 'I 1 : IIILD! .
( LIlli!'; .
n'ncIt. It i. VI I O | j
f. t a 1 ; L\r A" I) M! NThosa > '
hues during the winter the uioUtunarUmg : !
i II.! i rHH: .
kt t'.: \ :,
{ 'i: :! .! : :: {row them will condense and '
: Bands Are
:. t'' ,+itpihc ttm haze. to the hive, thereby encirclin? the ATTORNEY-A -L AV'/, I Marked dawn 20 Per Cent.
l I" is with ice. On a warm day this will
\ ) I'.: -, '. ("''' ,

r.. sense' '.., :.::1 ..,) tLc nwlt h and'II\'}'run, iiroduciuff down over! tli"cLSt't.them and. .li1lI;'.-' Pensacola Fla. i .+ F. E. ERA wNER'SI
.1" \\ y. 11 +
:- it !11 ." .. ....r .-to..! :" ,,, :\'. ()rely' E :Over Sol\ C.iliii! .t l'".'y.

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: corner I'alafoxand Intendencia I-'t".
Many have lest conliJenee and
[ \ ? D n-t.. eJesrrn : .
-*> WL.CJ: llux1 -tof hope as well a* health, because they
/ s-n. the less 'housrht their kidnevdiea-.e wa* iticurable. Look the couut-,y over and you OKE-PHICE SEAMS 105 SOU
W panth.rewill'e.A : : KOI.F.V'S KIKXKV: : CfKK i ip isa will find that the vat majority' AUDWED AUF

t won-an living;: in r.p-t \\':1llc, .. t +>,itire cure for the diycouray t wealthy people commenced to :una8.; I rarer fb FITTING. ._
It Ind., s.trs s: "Mother'Friend"did: : and -con-olate.. Takenootlier.V.. wealth by booing a ]l'ifee of real a-- I fOR. STYLISH
k won sere f.5r me. I'ra-se! God fvryour + ,\. D'Alemberte.If tate T.C.Watson & Co repeat CASH UOL'SE 0 [ P ALAFO.I\ I
<< hninunt." + the old prnv-rb: 'A word to thewire mmwrrr wiAiAxrrtto

: Read this: f'ntn Ih-.nel. Cat! : you want the best cigar on the is *urticint POPULAR PRICES

<< Mother's Friend: is a Messing toa'.l .. market ask for Columbia. Krucgei -"
II & Kugleman, Agent, a21tf
women who! undergo nature's to:
k ordeal of childbirth." hk

Accidents will happen, itiimpo i =- ux
Get ]fother's Friend at the : >ibl( to avoid them but they can be

: drug store. 51 per bottle. : ;pmptn-ated for to some extent.
Opt your life' 'injured in Watson's '
k THE BrUDFILLD RLCIUTORCO., :: Insnrnnco A gency. 1 d

: Atlanta. Ga. :

kr. Wr'te: for oar free I lli! .stitrJ 1k, "Re fore :: Buy your farm wagons

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sEC4L"OTCES." SENATOR HUMAN ;;W.. _. or:+Q J; .teA 1 irr.J {':W.--:;-:.}'Q +: :.i .:. A ;!;,;+ :;.W:;.a TO ESTABLISH i A NEW TOWN .I
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\ 11I" Secret of Beauty ; I
'" '" "'-A '" '" k & :>jndlc te ol Northern Capitalists to
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WANTSJNFORMATION r-A--A..A.A. tr.HOLIDAYANNOUNCEMENT Locate One In Florida.JACKSONVILLE : is health. The secret of health is .:
Gift WOID.
otE 4 I" rtlJ : Fla., Dec. 13.-New : the power to digest and assimilate

York Philadelphia and Washington capi-
,-- -1.0.cenMt. ."o'I'. His Resolution to Come Up In j ;, taints will build a new town in Florid : proper quanity of food. i ii

Petition Las been made for charter for
MlchaeFsehurchand1 Executive a i This can never be done when
':"I .rd'8 resident, a ro .ry, In the Jaek.onville-Springfield company
I,) I tho liver does no' act it's .
lIt will please Iraveat NEWS of.l.dt which star.with a paid in capital stock part.aoyouknowthis r
? !
_H_ of {lOJ.OO'i rjl W. &uook of WashI .
">r-gla\ 8. Haturday night I J I TREATYAfter 1! ( I iu;;ton Ii the pre-idtn!. ? .
*' lUcket Store and corner of i iJV I '-- -- ; ; H 1 The incorporators are financiers of the
'ul and Tarragona btreets.i i ---- ------ --- Tutt's Liver Pills are an abso .
The ha-
..: cities Binned. company already
I Traiuactliis Uoutlne
-aid return them to this of-1 Huslatsi -- --
f ,- rd. (::1 >h.i lute for sick headache
I I l I Senate Goes Into Executive S es- i cure dyspepSia
THE BIG STORE aul will aid :ceteral hundred adjacent
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1111.'\' 1'1't) LlYI' lion For Its Further Consideration.DUtrlct };; 1 acres. rftret i will be graded and pavt,l, sour stomach malaria.
.. lot, lai-l I oT aid :111.11built
-- on every
I i |\Y-Iioynu need money I| Day In the Montr. l; j :::- =. = == M resulnii lot I The town will be etjaipf edwuh ; constipation torpid liver, piles,
\1'| Trow any amount you want !; .
WASHI.VOTO.V, Doc. IS. N'o :;r- .- Il ni,>dern and the
1 .' terms and lowest rates business F. -6 \,"' iintir-i-'etuents E bilious biliouaiv
; fever
H: lahlrnnimpravrdcity' real ,, of general lt'Ctnr: car system will conn-et it brail \ jaundice -
a: '.,.. U .n. t'I liber, iOl;Ji bouth I'ala- !;I importance WAS transacted with .Jack... n\ilie. The idea! of its j

In-tf !I; by the senate today in open session l A List of Useful Presents : t prom 'ter-> iTO niakt if a model town [I ss and kindred diseases.

-, imS ON fKRHONALl'i I Prior to the secret session only routine : p>pHmia'Iy! ': for ta-tern people' \\ ill> lUol}' J Tutt's Liver Pills
\\1 Apply toA.A. Fisher, Fisher II pJ want winter huniei in Fmrida! j j'ROEBZRS i
aaforbtreet.! jrttf | matter were brought before the board [ tt. ::> k t. I

..AST- TO BORROW MONEY 1 II' if a resolution introduced by :Mr. Till. j 11Y o -FOR- ;! : SECURE 15000. I! .

insure your property pro- TO TIUU'GlirFVL lU'YI'.KS.:
> of
if title, buy or aril real esrty man South Carolina be exccpted. OHRISTMAS GIFTS Inih.iu.i I I.utk 1..11.1-1'.1. In I'nr
of have : 'i i I will give short: lit of "
." any description !: At tho conclusion of the routine bu'i1f I -ut! ..: t't"! C you some
or. your tarry attended to, I J elejrant; articles, which if bought
.' Thos. C.: Watson 4 Co. ness Mr. Tillrj-iu sent to the desk and ; ::1IFll'\\lil.F.. Inl.: Di-c. IrJ -l urr-
:to. : Insurance agents Pensafrotu .:., { ;, ,.:. > ; anti\ given to your friend, are !sure
..' !eC mlldl'ratil. T.I 1.v..ryolle i I had read this resolution.! ; II i lars i-uti-reii Kennedy's bank: at lit KIP'..-, I to please next :
us '1\'" wilt lend money [|) '; Presents for Gentlemen. k [;,) .. Eleirant Diamond Rinjj: for
J. l. ,d a house. Hd-tf | "UC's..l\"I'd. That the president it II j jl : K y south! uf n !", early today blew tie! saro4'u I lady friend. your

l hereby re>ttl if, la his judgment, I X (i Initial Silk Handkerchief . . . . . . -\)cc $; AJ and cured f l">,000. Two l.uig. I i An elegant C'irf: pin.diamoud studor

roil in':>'I'. ', not send incompatible with the PllbICOIJl.: to i tj:J <5 Initial Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs, 15c. ,ix for. 75c ? (MjX :) lars lo.rd 1 the bank while the third kept a beautiful pair of sleeve button
i to the senate all: communications | ,
"' ,lrthle new r-raua cot- between f Initial Linen Handkerchief*, I5ox . . .|1.50 :' --v watch 'zt:- I f'1 tfsquare., New City, one this! jr-ivernnit-Rt and the j governtuout : GIn. : : ; till -0.,1 I A Little ring and beautiful
:1t) >ee is in pursuit ot I pins to
"" ,v. Addresi 1'. II., Hot 111, of Colombia showing. what:) '"1 C: All-Linen Hemstich Handkerchiefs. 15.l5and oOc "., '., the rob! o.s. j I plna-se the liable.

lid-tf_ steps if any have tn'tu taken by thin I ,f b*e ': Less by Dozen I:;j H.) 'p1' > Inv .) miles fr in Flat Rork.wiieio I :Silver novelties and 'terIinih.t'fI

,, tit nutt-btory eottate con-1 i government the to i-ecare a treaty between i i '?i ;1 White :silk Heniatich h andkerchiefs..5cc; to $J.: .j .'>! the >ate m the post"ffii-e wn to suit old and youn;?, and clock

1 ru"'I1' living strait; rooms one kitchen door from, :', by Colombia two! government of exi.sfins or treaties a modification or con-1 I' t"i j White and Colored :Silk Mufflers . . . .73cto$150; ti j jrfe :: Mown op<'u early Monday uioriuujj; and I ino-t beautiful and dainty enough to

.t .\Pili) to Mrs. 1.6. ncarrltt cl's ins"illt the view of securing to j r 3 White and Colored Bordered Lawn Handkerchief;, .. % j.'OO: taken. It is pre>uaied that the I adorn the pulor of a queen.
1i\ nlur' operators m both cases are the Mme. I I have" ten ith{ ln-and things toonumerous
;:i iI the United States the rhlit to construct t j P <;> per dozen . . . . . . . . . . $L"0 -. J Jfp t to mnntion. Just rail and
\ ileMrnl.lo fctoro on canal !
L''r- .0. :. .' South l'nlafoic a between over the the Atlantic trrrit'lryof Colombia Pacilk'i ". White and Colored I5ordered Lawn Handkerchiefs ;, Kfij .J DeWitt'Little Early: Iii,ers are i look over the tock. :No trouble to

\ q'd to hv Wm.I. Kianer(iuzfiihrim'sily :'I'' S ;'I, oceans.or and I (; per dozen . . . . . . . . . . 50c ;., fi'W ;) dainty little pill*, but they never fail how good*. I will meet all competing -

l n-tf At the inclusion of th-j rending of Scarf, Four-in-hand and Teck . . . :;) and 5"lc) Ur to clean the liver remove ob-truc- : prices': of any market. All
i ifi the resolution Mr. Iid uf :Mas achu. I ..>. ., '.> tionand invigorate the vitem.Harjri goods guaranteed to b<' just as repreeiited. -
Nl i'wi nf" Iy lurnlehad rooms ;e !
L: i".It.: .s ur gfiillfnit-n. rail setts remarked: : Presents for the Ladies. : i-' l'harnH'Y.'idney Kahn Call at Ill South Palafox:
I ( j
.IllHtrflt.. butt | "That is ex-'cutive business. I nova (ij|) John Sfwl'l' lref. !street J. I. t STKIHK.NS.decMf : .

Frt.cla9 furnished rooms that the senate now jo mo esecutivasOSaloU. t! Fancy Scarfs Pillow Slips, Irih Point and Hattenhurs ''. '!:* -- -- ---- -

L' >f lulh and other tnodern iia- f:j .. DILL 14F.HOLLAND -. Tune i is The
l I 'j < Sett: Center Pieces and Bureau Covers, Hem f t:) money. next few
and (
? o.IJ. corner Wright
., !!ITalm [I )Ir. Tilhnaa"Aren't you ;:,Iint" to j-. t- ticked Table Linen*. Ifemtiched Covers and ) : HERRING.KKDHEKUING. year. mean much money for you, if
allow tins resolution : ;
to go through ;. J of rHalVtatP
: you buy a piece: now.
lon. ."o\.J I':. 'i j "Oertalnly in executive !o";-lOn. *-| ,;.. 'Towel, Pin Cushions, Plain and Trimmed. ; y Values will increase: rapidly with the
---- ------ The senate then 1-30 o'clock *' . . . . > I'' NEW MACKEREL.
'I i at : went Initial Bilk Handkerchief* . : 5c j growth of the city. Consult with

F ; aunditmti.s\t.' '\n upright. Iiuiuire piano at :ybm;in Wst first-j I i into executive session to resume consideration I'C \ Embroidered Silk Handkerchief* . . .:: 5ctoSl.<)) K.* 1'10'FEET.: ; : Thos. C. Watson & Co. about
J.E. KHz. LVllw of the Hay-Pauucefote troaty. AT 11. MULLEiI'r, investments.
'1'1 I c' ? Embroidered Linen Handkerchiefs.'S, 35; ande) ;!

r- < \-Want..1 to sell a lot of heavy ClAYTON-8 ER TREATY. :: 50 Dozen Swiss Embroidered Handkerchief*. . lOc :): I"a1c ;: PHONE :13. 400 H. I'AIAFOJ -- -

r aw- ai 't and boilers.I'tll\\(MKlorkin exchange!? inachlucry for, j I : All-Linen Hemstich Handkerchiefs, !sheer :. 20c ? :f When you once try- the-celebrated: Comforts that will keep

ingl>i. real ttHtt. or umber 1 Britons! ,tnt >onipthluc In Exchange: ;:. ; All-Linen Hemstich Handkerchiefs .. . .. .:2; to 35c t, i Vienna Cream brt'ad1'11 become a 1
L At..::1. .-.h I1. U. Uox :7::;t'hattanooua. : For Alirugrftlon.. I cu-tomer. Vienna Model Bakery.1 you comfortable -
dts&wedt I fjj] 100 Dozen White and Colored Bordered Handker- f?
I Lox Dec. 13. The Westminster s ( ) 107 Wet Intendencia.To during the cold weather
[M)" IJJ! chief*, per dozen . . . ... . .. . . .,.)c !r If I'I'I
awl -AnUqueturmtureoverlhree
t. | Gazette I and at such low
d vrars oid cO ,htln ; of hureau says: *'" -" Boxllo5e,3pairafor.; . . . . . . . . otl.t"J" 'K' Ahnin it May t'onrrrn. I prices
in : vf4-.h-.tand Apply! to Harvey j t "\Ve all d.'_ira many thins* which ara } . . :" (;) Notice i i.< hereby iriven that on and I'that you can afford to lay
a ;. l'/irmonL; St. lid I 111. \ I f:ii L'estKidGloves! : per pair. . .. ,. . .. $1.0J JJ

--- barred by our neighbors'! rights and we ], ,.;., ,. Golf Gloves, per pair . . . . . . .. roc <;. ;, aft..rJ.IUtJ1r\'I"tWIIl.; : the member: several. Marxton (5' Fin cli.r .
.! H 1."b.-l1! furniturrt. 1:00'111' f of I
tLeShipCarpeuter'sandCaulker a
often them for The j
can met: a price.
r .i ...:,p. Apply ttt l"J West ; (Iu(0) v Eight Yard Dre** Good, 4o inches wide, all Lin- (M j: Union N'. S3t>!>, Fedtntionof:\ Labor.

: -(-bit-t Clay tOil'Balwer treaty may be vexa-I; .! f jugs and Trimiiiiiiss, for . . .. . . . .$::3.UU .$! I I will not work with any imn-uninu ...
1 My Iii,It'e ill thud of Littleii.'iiiii tiou:, and ob.-'ol-'tis but it bipjx'ns to e[. I I man except ill :1"fs pf extreme neceity. I ,-L .. .
1'm l li acres land I live- it.Ve would have: been willing: to'abandon M k1'C < ah..p'uniou' '
All melnhpr of the
,... i! l- and Girls.
m-i !wu AII.-.r..11IIlIt-rt'I Peach huu"....hue".. Jio part of it without cunlpensa-i ::' Presents for Boys |* I arc r.'questecl to attend neat <
halt! land, under | wire tiou but if askedwabandontht rest wo i .t ; -. ". t- ,nli.iHlid.. 1'. n.iiei P "K: from ; may fairy: a.;k fIr sjine kiad of coin-j i ;,",*\ Hoys'Ulcycle IIoe. PIT pair: . . . . . 2oc' A 1 nx December etin'? the when third the Wednesday election cf'otli1 in ; /:,.- t )
r. V aiu.: .J.t."l'IHtlratl.r.t- : ;: c' . . . . : \ ..., r.... I., ."..
.L 15c
:.iiinliii pensatuuu. j I :.:; Girl bucHlbbed Hoe" per pair. ";j c.>r-5 will take: place. r: l'' ':' 1-, ,".D ....-.
"Tlio M naT irritat us, not by the i iexrbitaicy I" Child's Initial Handkerchief*, per box. . . . 23c!; fl Ild-ttllj C. T. JnHNM Pr-. ; 1- t"; Q
L'.I:: -The nio-t desirable lots In of its ieiuands,, but by i i 1 f.f..
. 7t
Child's Handkerchief 50c1 i
r y on ea'y t 'rais. by the Usher its assumption tha it Hemstich *, perdoz $1 ,..' Gf:
r. .tll Agency. :'u(', t-outu falafuc apparent can-1 1 U Bordered: Handkerchiefs dcz.! .. .;;c ?, ty* If you want to *M' u nice Fruit or ) :.
1 ,,11I1VA"T tiUihsh the treaty merelv by oalliutf it I .j \vs'Colored per Pound l .ike or Ornamented Cak,*, J1. J($ "

,- UK-onveiiieut nr out of dllt". The way I (Il H.)) : Kid and Cloth Glove*. . . . . .23to: 7ccif ? (,) look in the how window at Pftif- \\ :.(:,, .!

\ ."i..;.U.. .-.-.---.-. out of tin- prtstur dirticulty is to /get the I [[! Mines' Kid Gloves . . . . . . . .$1.1") .!.. fer's Steam Bakery.: 1 ,
vexati..uakt.k:: :'\:i Imuudiry questionsettled ) I ____ ___ ;
:\1'1'-'; \\ \'T\II b) youna lady to :Mi s'Wool 11ten..I.J.o 23ci .
.1 "oral Itou..' work. Ad iiee. I.I aatisc:: the abro;::ition of the ., I :
i.lli tllttfI Clay ton-liulwer treaty.Ve inn part I f ] Mi- es' Jackets. . . . . . . . .|1.25; to $I.3&) (,) Jfothingtoo good for our I sl

.. .. with the latter an obi,'" Arr.enca with .. '** patrons, try a "Table DC WE ARE THE
X lhl .Itue. siv B" "l cotitolorid "IIIII :
I\I M.ux'Colle' I;$,'riuuii Huililiugup-s'.airs.KniinoMii: ., out I't:1l1tl:111altf'rlU!':writi' lu,: anything? inevitable vital tacts t r; sub-but (fi:j cy House Decorations. (E.:.|j frote"' lJl' ..J La Carte meal Leaders in Neckwear.

i we dii;:ht to get in excuaicf oma (;: Fine Damask: Curtains .. . . . . $:.;;n to $10i.) J)1} for 50 cents at the New OTR LINE
\\\\' fEll<. r i ..Mti'apilile.t'..'repre-retmhle>ont lu person-II" 00111di in- coisidratiun t- from the United :StatesSovtr"tu" :; '. Fine Velvet Ua-; . . . . ... . .$:.fiU to ft.rU t tI j Cordora.

', 1 (i.aiiL-al reputiitlm.... ; fl!,>! kal'ii I ,. ,; :Snynu: Ilu;;s . . . . . .. . .$Lt.u to .Jl 00 : I :9 ..1SCOTTSItE
1'L> "'.h' .kly; > per daY Utrct: n'ln t1" Ilou.e.V.t .
-un i..J nil expeiis<.- ; iiialglit. .. Lace Curtain* per pair) 75: :; to Js 00; beautiful line ; .\ THE: \ Em \TEST..

*. 'IK. 'e" -uliir.S.ii! ,:rdiv no bUll f< iiunist.ina expense:; \ -itlx'; r >\. DOJ- !\. -TLi-> was< u.1; ::3 at. . . . . . . . . . . . .$;:..,).("I t 1;,t j J. .Mum! &g O.

i. ., our"3. !, .11I'b welt ftnndard tri;-t of C iltuul'ia ci:1in the house. Tho I b:. 't. Chenille Table Covers . . . . . .i'I"-' t o.: ,l.ts) .., ; JORDAN I' CO.; ,
'' MUlliiil.: <'Pusan. 4I.KK1 1 -
senate bill to anu-nd the act to nut horiza . . . . . .
I + : Diraak Table Covers ? .:.!;; to $_ ;AI i *. The I I'-to-OaIe I'urnihf'rl.
U 'AI b.l)-AM HinJk 01 t':1IPUI.n the ooiistrr.c'ion of a bridge across the | .:" Is' .j I. .11,1 1 K'.II ; d. It:
'. 'f_inky bottles K. A. FIIat9Att. Mis-n..-ippi river at Dabu-me, la., was ( Table Linens. )
Plll"SI'i. _, I I 'm ii : .' (
Choice Groceries(;
\Iiii A T..'...".-O3 beer tattierabaaii)TVtf ot;s- l )euti ..CHr. In.llI: '.. S ttan . . . . . .Sictojl.25 r> ..'. Family ,

-------. ---- I"-D. I ICI1Ii fil! ,.. Turkey Hell Damask: .It! inche, per yard . . .. ::)c -. (I) :
DA- ?
ArU. Uphraim :
11'uIt .I. : '
?IIIt "
.1111'. In'l vJ Bleached>ama.k.pH\"ard..J to 5'h o Cro'k..rtila: -,;:. Tin. \\ ""d .mudVI11"wware.
palls, who was one of the founders .
.,, 1MI'S: wanted tosell our g.iotls l by. ; Unbleached Iamak per yard . . . .:!:;c to We .j' : Cifrir-; Tobac
u hole-ule! and r..lllrllrlt. the Hopnblican\ party anti during; the I ( ) I co. Snulf Etc. ; al-o
.. > '.. iminururlurMnt . . . Ile
a lur >t and only of that ohtiil orauirationa t l] All-Linen :Napkins 31 size per dozen $L95 _
early days > :
in lie world. Liberal'.aliiry I HAY, CORN, OATS AND BRAN.
.u, ire-u an-eMfg.. 'a Savan- leader m it> councils, died at his home ;' Lire Size Knitted Fancy Towel.2":! or per doz $275Iirire l?; II LJkrlSEeliof
Tarragona and Intendencia titreetaI ; I ,1' l1 ill this city today aged; 7., years. Dr. I ;: ,. Size Hemstitched hock Towels, 2'c: or per .. &\ ,

I'i.tti.i- Pop l-'uiu-ral--. Iu alL; was a prominent member of thoAmrrifan m. ; doz . . . . . . . . . . . .tt-.-..-) KSi: I i liono CO. I -
r.;1 I l.S H Ili Kl'NKKAl.H furnlfhedi I ao:!ocir'l, ns.N. Medical. nut state Medical I ,!*.< ,' 100 White Jled Spreads worth much mort -$1 and 51 :!; 'oN'.'1\ A Choice Assortment of Seasnable II 'ia Quality.i

.\' .. \ ""..'.!Ivtobouquet'tie Moreno, SSI: lw'I..ld""lIona vit ureeoryL'Xd :tlttllll l: : .) lunge-In the Mrlkp.DU.LAS I f; ,": Clothing and Furnishing Goods. :' ||;i Christmas Goods.Toy I i, r I Awarded

It'Itl'i. -- -- Dee. H.-There is no change i m NECKWEAR : : j *. IJasket.Doll! *. Confectionery.Clock Cold Medal

rut in the Santa! Fe railroad: operators 1 *. Lamptnod,; other Ornamental : Paris Exposition 1900.
: i
,- : f Every New Shape (Out H?'lutifullh> i;n*. 23.; 503nd .:;c. v
and Useful HUlbl'hold
i.iMK KROWN I.KlillOK.NHO't : in TexaThe men are standing trji' Come and See for Yourself. fi -
.>ively stork and Egg* I1' ...le.a <: o :) Article
lers'nt WillH Uardviare "tatfI.'IX and the railroad: doing very little in the I tJ/ I Sold by DaiEteer Bros.
r way of freight and passenger business. i .'., < Gloves. ? ..:. FRUITS, NJTS AND DELICACIES.

: 1 i !IMl'l.l'HY.- setting of Ulegns('. Corner's for fl.Sn:I'oultry-Park; Both *ides are waiting eagerly to hear '" i (,) "
.l. 'n-. "'/lrtn.l :" Cocbinn. Light Brali- the outcome of the trainmen' and railroad : I (I) From the Finp Kid, to the lfeavietVorkin: :! Glove. J [[

1 a. **' ,ite. fochlns, l'l moutn Kocks. mil. clah' conference at Chicago. -:.. < Railroad Men': Gloves, a Specialty, 50c to f2.Hi. :' -J'
a -horns. Wvndotts. Call and s. e : Christmas !
:n -at'huptrlan'a Park. alt Curluitt -Allege Discrimination. I 1!i:) Shirts. :: E I(!!) : Feasting q."No.

t'l' 1.' F I.c t \\" H"o. I'Hini'EU'HiA D.JIH..-At today' :?
-, -- The Greatest Line in the City Cc-lebrntHlGrifcn ) : .". good digestion wait on appetite.And .
of the industrial commission
r MOWKIIS! \ and Moral LI'81Jn session ,
( I te -i
1'1'l "'xl'I.' igiM ordered for customers. Up-to-Dite: 'It',., Elegantly Finih"d at health on both.-Shakespeare.
101.- .' .'tte Jloreno, r.'iI '\''Kor John C'arbutt manufacturer of gelatinedry i I Popular 1.nce.*. 75e. 'I."J and 11.23.G l F' i
p' .' :atimrtl \ plates, and films: for photographs 1n .
I (. '' Tlio Chriritxunr.IIoliclnyFa ar.- a tim of Joy and Feattug.end ,
!. '1'i-z ult.-- C 'l\lIe'l1. tt'>titied coa-erning the .combination ofcapital : t .. Shoes! Shoes! tli'i-e nbo > ....k the tru ...n.'oym..nI9j'M1! Living .!iuiaTaie:. earn that wine uait.
his bnMiie He avw-rted )
in I T .
'" doe preparation lie mine otn-rw |IIleapP'"ntm'uI..n '1'..-:.- aii'l .S.ilikUctloo; aaalt
( ll) : .II'n. .. Acenl K, II. 11 offaJ7tf that he vas. dissritmnated against in i Packard and JH" State for Men. Duttetiholler for La- ;, :f nf
'S,'.t h.\.r:1I11..111 Slr..t. I'hnne ': th" \ictinis orror- >-a'ily &"uH..1.
violation 0: the law. j 'l{. die, in Fine (iood-. built to our order, and we l :
_. .: <: think we know what the trade! demand :J "

11.\.11t ( .000-. lc.ith ..rM I..j Ir (;o
-: PAYNE. Aiu, Di-c IS.-Major The Greatest Line of n.l.) $1.75 and Si'.u) Shoes on eirth.: ..!.
'I I '' .' !:,\'r'Hil. .a Bilt\F-Manutnetnrer Hair (i<>."l-. HaM Toilet I i, C. O. Gi'ulrey one of the main pro- ;, ..: \: When we-ay we are Sol Agnit; for Merriatn's: ; I: lie Fl3: ,, tf! all liters; to Procure Errryl log Good to Eat.

!lur Oil!., :t.'V W. iivernnient rooter. of the Central railroad I' (:} r. Men's and Children's? shoes, that: i is, enough.; 7' [EI]

- ----- died at his homo hi re, and the rev 1 *'. : Clothing. ., ..:- The A..ort'n s' th. .' :I.pla' I 1.:1. !d in,ik : j" mo-t ,'oJ" n-I 'ly ';p.'phc renew
1JH1VVl'lC )JA.1.. m.xins have torn taken to Tuuntou I) his 111.1' ."'H .f ..tpp-tit:
--- -- Mass., for interment. He was one of ft All-Wool\ Slater Flannel :Suit at. . . . . .S 9tK .' f!) T.if or lrh \ .-"tsi.r \l! h""J..It..r....,..-. nt F t.. t'-h.niIIt."tJfthe
: the urg-vnucrs of Fort I'ayne and its :- .AlMVool oz Black Cy! \Yor.tedaitj.: . . .u'.ijO) ;.' ';: .' ( and t '--i.-ir.---. .. '' !.!' I> ot Ev.'rv \ ,liKljffWlllotQ' b: ..ttwilirriu -
FLORIDA ; sun and 51arI'h: >- T"n l t.-i"- t mil 1 1' mltri Ixitiifli.Hml Wfit" Mii'ldreshMl
Tim 'I . . . N ; tb9
I trt: mayor.'ri S.;; (. Elegant Fancy Ca-imer! Suits 10 to ?10.5o ., Brit'artetv'4tar11..- lo-.d'l.- t. prmriih- l I'IIIIII""t of Dtiucie of every de
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, I .-.. I m) Fine Meltons. Harris( ( '.t-sinter* and Shark "kiuCelebrated scription.Hous .
\( I -ine! \, .I\ < at Kuoxvllle. .' Suite . . . . . . . . .:f15 to $21J.I! ( :' .;}; ..l .-epert &Bndratrtr. i'uriuallv: : Inn" 1 to cull and choose for thtomh'w,.
DCri'NUK: : SPRIN05.N I or,' lhururl.-r! "'>
'm,..-.t: laI.r T.... 3....,. I ; KNOXVILLE Dec. IS.-A perceptible 'l .. Cherry Di.unond suits for Boy at ., 'i
r ,._ ,l,..b '!III"UUIH.. II., :1.L 1! : . .. .$2.00. ?2 ia'o, $'.\\.I co, $'5 50, $;o:; U) ). ftt-ifj and S i..W .* '?':' I I No. IA.) '?::'-I'..
( Wf..It here last night 1 : .Telellllolle .. "'
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seisrnk' }
h1: wave ; Tstartling : : ;:
>ES FUR A UR.OU' JJ3.75. ..t} r; Ju-t Ileceived a New mock of our well known -t'1 :

:,\ *, ,. C L. Haycs, PrincipiI.. many people but doing no F4 ,, Crack-a-Jack and* fur Boj>. perpair ; -
dawa;'>. It was: a IoIQoIbrief; diturbance 1i . . . . . . . . . .;50 to 75c t".-)'.. --- -- --

Lt*tin,: abut 30 second?, a'com- .

1 r :: '-t .Tective: little: liver pill panted by ti rumbling soun'L ;j] : Underwear. (ft;j c\ a.i_ ? fIO High and Popular

:. .. !1. ir- !iVitf.Little Early till Lose One :Member. 1 t! "' Heavy Fleeced-Lined. per .;un . . . .75cand31.0; ..:. Esteem.
Hf':1lpriu".Half.'Qol., in Gray and Tan. "uit.l.Mt ;
l'L' 1'Ivy never :;:rirt>. Harris COLCMBI.v. >. C.. Dee. Is.-It is generally f H,,1 J : One Lot All-\\.001. boiuht: at jb *pwi< l price .. $1.7-1 Li'( 1 Erhrird: by the patron saint; of

.. "L 41-y.Sidiuy:: K.ihu, JohuShep a,'(', fted that 5-outh Carolina will ll| .. Elegant Light-weizht A\ool l mu (ira)' and Wbit.'uit *:2 'm .': t l rl-tinai tide. a s well a; by thou-
: .1. Heavv-wfUht in Gray ar.d! HDWH: Si'--M \ a ''apel uf it. *. :
loge a repr.iutative m congress. This Elegant : ;) ClJn-UlJitf A. H C. .
:-Jh-"fi"; the DAILY NEWS I (. Extra Fine Heavy-weight Wool m Wi ite and; (I f4 ,F- I ". :'. : beer uuiuuitm its proud {
i ia week. to will ant cause has: created general quite milt astir up and in scramble political lJ Mottled . . . . . . . . . . K.tIJi : ....] 'ii r J4 ;,",111011 aetonthe b..t beers known
I ': :? Stock Celebrated Garland :Mretehy :-pani '; t'>"x# ''wh '" thr) lover! of ;ff o"cI. hott-st -

'Mii.l Mihtirv Kill by the IVnsaLui.t : circles--------_ Drawers Heavy Canton Flannel per pair . 65c ; J, t: e-. beer. Too bid for a stock

t. '!.1 Artillery New Y. ar's eve.117io Help i? needed at once when a per- M cli.i. ., a ruts, -a casf of A. I:. ('. bfctriDO; load: '! '
son's life is, in danger.: A neglected r' m mtI t ( for old Kri: Krinle.v : .

get first says class that meal you can't in a\ cough One and Minute or cold should nny Cough be soon stopped Cure become at quickly once.serious tI: : ,*[\ JOHNSON & SON1.J* I' W V. J. VIDAL, :to'" .

restaurant in Pensacola. coughs and colds and the worst lie tt ,., '
cures <

Try one at The JCew Cordova cases of "croup, bronchitis. grippe ; ',..,.... .C.---_J --:;_ ."'__ V ___ --_.-. -v.'- ....--v. '..- . -. . ._- -._... ..>..1. I .; DEALERS in mn mm' ewt nc.Cor. .
throat and lung: troubles. ) .
and 1 Government and "J1PJlO "J1-
and be convinced: Hariri* Pharmacy, Sidney: Kahn, iJot.n | .T:,_........,..v.w.....,y..-f co.r E 131; ,
only 30 cents. 3rr..Hd:; I iI

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,THE_ DAILY NEWS .I respective population is larger than I: ALL RIGHT IN BISCUITSBut I Removal Sale sas ISSUED BY THE
three times the ratio. They are *
a Poor Medicine. I
Entered at the Post Office it FensacoliFlA. Jackson and Marion.
.,.leoond-clan matter. : Common soda is all right in Its 5 % EQUITABLElift
One county would have three representatives -
place and ludispensableiuthe kitcben -
OVFICE: Pitt Balldlnlt,%11 Both Fallox -
street,np-etairs. ; because its populatio and for cooking and washing purposes CANDIES

is greater than three times the ratio, but soda was never intended ASSURANCE
I PUBLISHED BY with an excess larger than one for medicine and people who use i it SOLI
. PUBLISHlMi 00.Termslnvariably as such will some day regret it EXCLUSIVELY, I 20YEARrnninviK
THE NEWS half the ratio, but smaller than the
The common use 11 soda to relieve
t In Advance. excess in other counties having )a heartburn and sour stomach is e a From lOc per pound up. u I "Brawn:: ,
number of habit which thousands of
_. ........ ...15(00 larger representative peopl
t One Month"Year by Mail. __ .. ... ... .... 81 011 This is Escambia. practice, almost daily, and one Our Entire Stock Must be : lli S Assets $280c : J
' Biz Months .. __..... ... ._ 1 i fill which i i-i fraught with danger, sod QUO
(1 Three One Montb" ".. _.......... ..... .. !50 Alachua and Hillsborough woul gives only temporary relief and in I Closed Out by Jan. 1st.IT. :
One Week,by Carrier,payable .tondav1: have four representative each, and the end the stomach trouble gets IsasssasasssssESESss safl Surplus, 61.000,000.:
Duval would have five, but for the' worse and worse. Jr. i
I THE WEEKLY NEWS: constitutional restriction that noI I The soda acts as a mechanical irritant -
to the walls of the stomac -- - -- ''Vill Naturally COIllmall tIle Highe&t&t HarV l Pf'
lIt Published every Friday at Jl.OO per year county shall have more than thre and bowels aud cases are on record >,

P.xtage free -- representatives. Hence the excess' where it accumulates in the lutes- /4)I1'\

1 TELEPHONE NO. 118. of four members must be given to I tines, causing death by inllaimiKi: """ "" Being Backed by

{ the four counties having the largest tion or peritonitis. V t :\ V'V' rXJvi

:.f1 tdtertising Rates Furnished on Application. excess over the ratio. These the Dr.safest Harland-on and surest" recommends cure for sour a;< *ifV- V, yOfVi.r.lVr /frO&??>/? The Stand t Life Company in tile \\' : 'I

are, Leon-making its number three, stomach (acid dyspepsia) the daily; v/y" T v
i UN LASELri instead of two. as above stated ; and use after meals of an excellent preparation ? r s X '- S -
mal sold; by dmggUts under the
} Hamilton, Polk and Putnam- -
: name of Stuart's: Dyspep-ia Tablet,;.
/1 A Nk ing their number respectively two Tluse tablets are large; :''0 grain lozenges d1 i iIJ KNOWLES BROS., Gen. t gts, .

I IPENSAOOLA each, instead of one, as above stutec pleasant to the taste and containing ,
DEC. 19, 1900. -- --- --- the natural peptones and digestive IJ ;IOU S. Palafox St., PEXSACOLA.FU.Also : .

}' .. i Rheumatism in all its forms i i is elements necessary to good

KxciLisn:" tax gatherers have Rive : promptly Hood's Sarsaparilla and permanently which cured neutralizes by;- digestion achy lack.Stuart's and. which all weak atom: Place Fire Ill lrsrce at Lowest Rates ii Fint-t ['..:<

Sir. Croker quite a severe jolt by demanding acidity of the blood. Dyspepsia Tablets used -
of him as a householde regularly after meals digest i the food

an income tax of f5,000, upon an estimated I Ct: TJUL 1KADKS COIXC1L.Otlicrrs promptly and thoroughly: before i i it w'LOV R0 T A Full Line of Allen's Candies
I has time to ferment, sour and poisolthe
income of luU,000. Only a
Elected at Last Night'sJleeting blood and nervous system.Dr. '; .C ;;: 'C'CC' ? _'' CC' .'' 'CC000'c'r!:" ,":- ''rt
hi5 t
he "swore oil" : 'b Pe
few years ago I Wuerth states that he invariably i :
TIle Choicest t ofChristmas
taxes in New York, since which i u=es and recommends Stuart'" :
i The Central Trades Council held -it ROBERTS & DAILEY
time lie has been steadily grow ingi Dyspepsia Tablets in all forms of ::.
an interesting meeting last night f..ud stomach derangement and find, ""*
richer, until now he spends like i a. I it I
elected officers as follows: them a certain cure, not only for
millionaire-which he undoubtedly; : 'resident-Z.. Roberts, of t1)Carpenters' sour stomach, but by cauMnprompt ;; Gifts HjFurvEynrs[ iu the People, :

i*. To permit the revenue authorities and Joiners'. digestion of the food! they .
:: iV. -!-Jls---! }.i- \\r\sM\ MmTolith( iif I'M,. i
j of England to reach a case I 1'ice-I're-dent-Abe) Daniels, of create a healthy appetite, increas Are those which combine utility | .
: the Retail Clerks'. flesh and strengthen the act 'ln uf with nraalllellt and Our holiday 00 L.) -
which those of New York had giver grace. -
L .
the heart and liver. ,. f_
Financial and Corresponding Secretary funiiture !standott (':romment- CL W..III\\\.II.Ir.:
up as hopeless is a distinct i discredit Robert McLelian, of thl' They are not a cathartic and contain ly in both respects. An easy chair .rr- t,1' alas \tuthlllY1" I ,' 1 -

i i to the latter. 'rypographcal.TreasurerJoe. no violent drug, but are intended for the father. 'I comfort.tble rockerfor 1 ;:: V. rnnc3Ct11Lorj rtixcl C"l\ch"c 1'4, 1 .
Roth, of the liar only fortomach diseases: au< the mother and diminutive 1, ".,
;; I a I ::: tr Iroil ('nk Iutn, 'urm: f
CHAIRMAN HOI-KIXS of Illinois) tenders'. faulty digestion, and :.: acknowledged rocker for tin- "baby": "- lwre-Iots ..... ",. I'ruii- liir.m, MirIi. -
of the select census committee of Uuide-R. T. Roberts of the nricklavers' ; to be the most rl'liablecure else besiJtlo -. O '' t rant.--rri'.. Mi not- ,!eats, I'rt-..i\. ::-
for stomach trouble eXCt'ptcancer r.:Ii .'1111I- and Ji-llif>, Mupli"xrup. lii! 1 '6u I ..;.
; the hou-eof representatives, has re any rf, t.: \ru "Iurlda"} rllp. 1'lu '. I'uU.ii: I -
Guardian W. Watt of the of the stomach.
ported an apportionment bill fixio;' I' Carpenters' and Joiners'. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets now tA .I w Z: ll., Vas Duzer & Sauer's Flaming Extrats I ill!! Rri:: I J

? )8OUO as the bash and 339!) as the' Trustees Dan Murphy, of th' I enjoy an international reputation C tmm runilun i U ; Grape :Xut, 1'Ofluin t'Vrenl. a rub-tduh- for tr' < .
) number of members, being only two 1 Stage Employees; )r. n. Johnson, IIf and popularity aud are sold by drugi.ts ,{- I "" L'; "rang,..anJ ntlit-r l runs, Nut: ,..I..II"IIIJ-rrlllll.II"; 4 A

!; more than the present membership : the the Carpenters'Typographical and; Joiners'J. A. Lyle. llf: States,everywhere Canada and Great in the Britain.t'nitei <), 10_, lOt South Palafox : :< : Ralston's Breakfast Foods ; :'

l bill is enacted into law, a loss: : '
If the
; Grievance Committee W. W Corner of Komaini Street o l; A Full I Lute of('lllln.'l1l1llcl Hottlfil ooil- I :
, will occur of one member in each of ; Watson of the Clerks' N. J. Nichols KMUIITS Ttm>I\lt. ---- --- ,
j ; ,; ti.I> \ BRAS) HAMS AND I5HKAKKAST 1 C; 1r' i ::
the states of Indiana, Kansas, Ken of the Painters'; C. E. Seward, NOTICK i> hereby gv.'nto al errditor.tegatersdttribut.esaudallother -

tncky, Maine, Nebraska, Ohio;, of the Carriage Workers'; P. H. Florida leiul Grand IioiiisMlle Ciiiiiiiiaiitlery Com lax Will c. .\1- IiHMne claims or dinittinl'Huaiiist, the persona es- a Try Rufierls & Bailey's S fcial Blend> Ctffte.( : !
: Hayes, of the Typographical; J. A., IIIor Korif IVndula. ,('*acrd to prxsent I ,
South Carolina and Virginia, a gain Lyle, of the Carpenters' and Join Lorisrn.i.K, Ky.: Dec. 19.-Thi thefntiiewitlnii two1, years to the undersigned >o"v.......!.........- ........_..... .. :..--.................... '.' ..:J..._.. .. ........
each will in : ,or to his Rttorn and agent at 1'eu-
of member occur
one er;: Dan Murphy the Stage
; Florida Grand Commandery l.f Bacolu: ,John C. Avery. Esq
I Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana ployees'; Theodore Pens, of the Barbers' )1.G. 1'KLI'Ol.A. Always the Best---Allen's Candies
New New ; L. S. Reeves, of the Laborers'ind : Knights Templar has made arrangements irJToawMV Ailniuiibtnr.or. '
Minnesota, Jersey, i
., J. Coleman, of the Bricks to attend the Triennial Conclave -
York and West Virginia, and a gait I
layers' and Plasterers'. :' in Louisville next August. A
of two in Texas. --- -
--- contract has been closed for quarters J rjlJ IJ. )J '/ ;)
Among the tens of thousands who rr. t :
THE Texas railroad commission : have used Chamberlain's Cough at one of the well-known old ) "f- )ifJ.jtJ..J.' /j'lJ .

has decided, in the matter of staking I Remedy for colds and la grippe during Southern homes of the city, the res ,_, .._...,: .., ...... .J' \00' .
> "" '""
I and flat cars for the'' the past few years, to our knowledge I idenceof P. H. Snyder at 742: Third __________ __. ,, /Vv .
, stripping not single has resulted O/ h_ a. .___. _' .._, _
a care i street. It has been decided by the
.r transportation of lumber and timber -
in pneumonia. Thos. Whitfield &
i that no allowance or deduction I IV, 240 Wabash avenue, Chicago, rand Officers from the Land ol THAT A FECHHEIMER-FI8HEL SUIT ALL i

; should be made for staking flat cars, one of the most prominent retail Flowers to keep "open hone while of the to put on without any fuss or loss 01
. druggists in that city, in speakingofthis in Louisville and the parlor _
.1, when demanded by shippers for the : says: "We recommend Cham-I /Snyder house will be Used for the time is precisely as good, as stylish, and as
shipment of rough lumber; that Hal! ; jerlain's Cough Remedy for la grippe purpose of dispensii hospitality:: made-to-order suit that
nicely fitting as a
with! a lavish hand. Local Templars
cars are not suitable for the shipment in many cases, as it not only give
hope that the South will be more 1' have to almost much for.
of dressed lumber, and that prompt and complete recovery, but pay as again
also counteracts any tendency of Ju argfly represented at the Louisville
shippers have an adequate remedy grippe to result in pneumonia. Forsale Triennial than ever before. Delegations

: provided by statute for receiving I by Hannah Bros, and all medicine from the several subordinate J..o f..I.\\.. It is true, and many of ,
I box when desired, and that the dealer ommauderies! of Florida-Cu'.r dejion
cars friends have found it out to their everlasting
J1 I [ of l'el.!'acola. Damascus of your
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commission is without authority to J Jacksonville. Oli nt of Orlando Pa- satisfaction. Vve show Full Dress and Prince -
Laundried for
i : prescribe regulations to govern interstate Counterpanes nicely itka of Palatka and Plant City ofI'laut
.I:: commerce-that is, shipments .' ISa eicS. New Method Laundry.A City-are expected before Albert Suits too, and all the et ceteras of Correct 4.

1 moving beyond the state. ipring; to accommodatious for Dress Attire, Manhattan Dress Shirts. Shirt Protectors '4
i; Handsome Launch : the Grand Encampment.
1 hunt Ucapporiionment Louisville is confident the cJnluTriennial Neckwear, Gloves, Patent Leather Shoes. ids
The launch Florence, in command Conclave wil! be thereatet
4 Judging from the failure of the last of Captain Vann, arrived in port yes in the history of Knight
!: ;
two Florida legislatures to effect a erday afternoon from St. Paul, Templarj'ihc: is prepared to take We Fit, You From T.) !I ,
:klinn., en route to Daytona, Fla.
the are: of twice her population: durins
reapportionment for the state,
1 The launch is owned Tlios. E.
by he fourth week of next Augu t. All 4
of next will also iVardell of Macon Mia=., who i- ;
legislature year \-j
he hotels and boarding houses: and iI\ I
ignore the matter, and thus lead to'' vintering at Daytona. The Flor haIr the fashionable homes have 1} jD 4 WHITE ;': \
of nice put into port for a supply of of the
the anomalous condition: a twen- been> placed at the disposal ,
rater. She sailed out about
; OOllt.dd
lomuiiUees; while a to accom-
t.f- 'ear interval between apportion- ; amp
__ _____ __ uodate :!OiiO will be erected at Foun- THE SUCCESSFUL CLOTHIER
Deut!?, instead of a ten-year period, : IF \'Ola HCMIIIYUl : ain Ferry Park a City on Whftls l : tea''
I provided in the constitution. If, or> Pullman Village will be built at' 205-207 SOUTH PALAFOX: STREET. PENSACOLA

li however, the coming legislature you need to do is to go to theLewis the old base ball grounds and) the !
House the I'nion the local liaro I
opposite river packets at -
should decline to be governed by __ _
Depot, and get a square meal-ormy > : pressed into the service if necpsiary. u
two such bad precedents, it is not other shape-for 15: cents dli'tl 'I'hereare&4)conmittees hard

too soon for the subject to receive -- ---- -- at work on the preliminaries.!

the attention of the memberselectand A NK\V IMH'TKY.The : 'ntertiiiumcnt fund of -fH$.tXK.1\ ha- LEWIS BEAR & COo

the state press.'Taking latest addition to Peusac.tla'sit )een rai-l'd to provide a progiam <)fittractious

basis Ii of new enterprises is the e-t' b- and amu-ctncnts. P.eides I
the 1'JOO censufor a Ii
the l hi i< with! :W.n'oiuights
ishment i of Mr. R. K. White, manifactiirirgjoweler ; ? parade i
: and the constitutional restriction of j watchmaker and : and I 12"> buidof mu=ic in i
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.) the whole number of members the ('pticiau, whose advertisement upicars HIP there will be a competitive --
drill, the first since the San\ Frani'i I
elsewhere in TIn NKW
house of representatives to sixtyeight -
,, I I'liorough education in his art and .:o Conclave in lS>vj; a three night'horse We have recently enlarged our LIQUOR DEPARTMENT, having
the ratio would be T,7":5: inhabitants -
i Lon, .? experience in its practice: will show ; a grand ball; river exurions the Agencies of a great many Foreign and American Liquor I
I to each representative table him to give entire ati=fac- :: ; a moonlight reception and accepted

I I jj Applying this ratio to the several lion to his patrons; and being a lawn fete at the Masonic Widow- !
and Orphans' Home, etc., etc. several -
counties, according to population, graduate in optics he will make a i Firms.We

'.fj the reapportionment should result ,located specialty at of No.that 13 science.South l'abfoxstreet He ha take: commandetie fide-trips' to tins are planning l.iue; Gru; : to=" are in a position to offer such goods at prices that will compete I

as follows: and cordially invites the pub section of the state Mammoth Cave, market. :
i 1 Twenty counties would have only lie to call and become acquaintedwith Chi<:kal11.1um Park and the Pan- with any -

i\ .' one representative each, because: him, his methods and l his work, American Exposition at IJutlalo.nioni -
\ the distinguished Ni itor1Rill ;
of the moot ;
their population i is less than the insuring courteous eH treatment Q'oltron and the most be Admiralchl..y:! of the L". S.N'avy. Old {Jullkcl', ;i.;-,Steer oItfalllel,

ratio. They are Baker, Jirevard, and careful attention to \tfll
i thorough --- -- nV Gicl enheiuter, U \ : J StUr ltennc.scy's.
Calhoun, Citrus, Clay, Rule, lt their orders. ISJlw --- F I Q

Holmes. -- Hra\e fen Fall n I ( 'it'.
Soto, Franklin, HernanJo, We will launder your spreads for ,. IIII" Otie J-Slal' P. llawo/l. t
''t ; Lafayette, Lake, Lee, Liberty, Manatee 15 cents each and make them look Victims to stomach, liver and kidney -

i i Oiceola: Pasco, Sumter, Taylor like new. Star Laundry._ ali feel troubles the results as well in as loss women of appetite and- i flI'JZcf, P i Jlaric llriard .5' ll'o!''''\
: and Wakulla. l'\Hl.J 1,11TAIt1't .\W. poisons in the blood, backache, I enllllllld, ijRUR I I ) ,lrtrfisefte.JIelr'ose. .

,., Ten counties would have l'nlyone Our parliamentary law class was< nervousness! headache and tired MI .AIlll'f.fchino Crcme e1'
!!{| representative each, because: the excess temporarily orgtnued at the Co!- listless, run-down feeling. Hut! i ,

; t of their respective population legeon Friday, Dec. 7, at 8 o'clock, there's no need! ti feel like that. ..Ae/lt7u "
Listen to J. W. Gardner, IdaviileInd.
above the ratio would be less than: p. tit. and will meet regularly at Chesterfield Bourbon.
He "Electric Bitter .
that hour every FriJ\'. Professo says- : Cllfl1JlIJll,
i one-half thereof. They are, Brad are just the tiling; for a nan wiiei '
T. B. Thompson is a fine parliamentarian : Charles lleit/sic' ( 1"1111'F21l1
ford, Levy,, Orange, Put and the fact that he was ap he j is all run down and don't can' I
lIam, St. John=, Santa Rosa, Volu pointed president of the "Genera whether: he lives or dies. It dill; us .John De 1 U'a{ (5' Sons'r I fJule

1 and Wa=hiuiton. Debate." (one of the largest und I more to give me new strength and '. t 'Plll(l Clel'1 ont (5' ('0.\'
| eialValton : .
most enthusiastic organizations; ot good appetite than anything I could! Whl't1r'eS DUJZcllll, Jlc"Y"ab 1 5' ( 0. ;. W IE[
.,I Two counties would have only omrepresentative I its kind in the country, con,isticl; take. I can now eat anything" and a.;c'ltch i r Frenrlc Clarets (True

each, because, although principally of law students> togf-the have a new lease on life. Only e I llllternes.Gates' .
the excess of their respective with hi* excellent testimonials from ji) cents at W..1. D'Alemberte'drug -" .
[j Malt. Cat.I
store. Every bottle :guaranteed. Canadian Rye I Lachman l./acohi'.,
1'0pubti.)1ab.we the latio J. the faculty, bears me out in placin;;::
him before the class as an I U"nes.
pxcep ifornic
larger than one-half thereof, in others Pensacola Light Artillery military
able instructor in Parlia
tioually ,
.. ball at Armory New Year's eve.
than the
having more one excess mentary Law.

I- is still larger. They are. Hamilton .. Tuition from now until lt Fridayin T ?e Famous Scllitz Beer, wfyiGl made (TVIuyauHee\ famous. ;J;
aud Polk. Jan. will b.. free! After whicl I For 15c each will do cp your Counter A

-I time, tuition will be $1 per term o' New Method Laundry.Regardless .
Three counties would have twirepresentatives (.) three months, 112: lessons Visitors .. ptnas. Evansville Brewing Co.'s Bottled Beer.

each. because the; are invited

'j contain more inhabitants thai I C. O. MEI-X, v- -. -rt The World-Renowned Steedman 5-cent Cigar.

._ Pnn. M ux's Business College.Headache .
double the ratio. They are, Columbia "

Jefferson and Monroe 15L1v.-: t llo\i\ay\ !\ lillinery! The All-Havana El Principe De Gales Cigar.
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i j Four counties would have twi(I
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representatives each, because th TO tiO
of Buyers to the above list cuticle 'ii wlt Ii if! '
excess of population therein OV'Ithe r Biliousness, soar stomach, constipation of Cost We call the attention every
and all liver ills are cured bJ;; > ,
ratio is larger than one-half o f made a reputation for itself.LeVTis

the same. They are, Gadsdeu, Leoti, Hood's Pills \f I

Madison and ?uwanne('. Co.
Bear &
Th non-irritatins cathartic. Fric
Bowsrs & K'fuse's.
Two counties would have threi,. 25! cents of all drasrpists or by mail o; ,,

e representative' each, because thei!r C.I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. ,


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MEN OF MARK. A llodoii Logician. +o+o F0+0.1.0 The But Plaster.A ; .
Titus 'ito ; o+o+o+o+o+otl
I -What difference
there is iu men'!
.c :; Sullivan left an estate of.iimii. There' 1:1 rues. for instance lie has I aTHE- 6 piece of flannel dampened withChamberlain'iI
., Hi* niUhttf was wellI'.leit to stand uj all day and yet he is ii the first Pain Balm and boundto BUGGIEST!
If I iu the affected parts Is
man the street car to get up and give | LOCKET superior tony
LU I a plaster. When troubled with
seat to a lady while Swadkins, who
Dietrich '
and a Imardi-r Nebraska and lia" notrcvernor's I tits in his easy chair nil day, was never + Q. .(! lame back or pains in the ide or .=:=: ::::::: ::::::::::::==-_-::.:=-- +
known to chest, give it a trial and are cer-
she up hiS 0 01I you
car teat
to a lady
Mansion. !1..Jtbt' or to an).\body cNe. I +000+00+00+O+00o.O+ i iI ; tain to be more than pleased with We have recently replenished our Stock: of Vehicle and can utter .an <
i .I year ::,:" I i the relief
I.iplitt-Jut! then it is prompt which it affords.! Assortment including i.
1111 lion i r .- assumed ouch proportions, he stands up car.9 i j banker was retiring; from business. Letter application gives relief. For
up 111dIY\ it be !
..1 t.. enpl l..y two extra wc- while with =Mwadkins can, on the no hardship other- : ,, papers bills and receipts had been I Ii sale by Hannah Bros and all medicine Traps Surreys Baggies (flagons Etc. aID
tic ibartre of it. looked dealers. ,
hand, it would be awfully hard. lie i|' over, thinned out and put away. : '.
.1 i:.i> Is baik in Hi'Igium; after doesn't have any practice through the j It was summer, and the windows of the I Great Variety of Style at the VERY LOWEST PRICES
> k !in \rn..1, where ho l.nsK I'' day, you bee.-Itostou Transcript.Ipoataay !j' study were open. The Louse fronted upon !; [ [ | Most com- : ; also a '

''II'i| King 1.1..1'01.1'11fri'an i I j a square and had a garden at the back FUHNITURE[i ii Full Line of Harness to Suit each Vehicle.
i.ut there as a lieutenant and' stock
.. i Through: the w indo,," he could see thpI
*! and fortune.
Ah, jiature, tbrubLe! crowd you overmuch | trees and hear the sound of laughter: and medium and
I of line cheap
., dirt Dr. Alfred von 1'lcsch Imn.ttnt on the Jon that are our choice, i';'bal'l'Y'oiC'l's. His daughter: lieouma; : -See our Stick-Seat Open Driving Wagon 9
\ -'nan consul central iu Chi- In Tlut time our course: it hampered by a clutch 1 was walking: in the g;:toll'n with 1"f grades ever displayed in
at her
M young friend lie could .' ill.t an old) Il'incariiuii We're gninq at in racy, graceful t j from where! he sat. She was a beautilulj
,' : i Ln been in the consular serv- \Wn uarniii!? romtt that you are in revolt }i girl, with her jet black hair and law. .{eats. We have just what
.....:! And we find cut that at a certain placeh'e're j I dark eyes, stately figure and rich bruy II i olc want. Marston $ IIRlliam( Joljiwon: & Son.t .

11' 1'arke Cu tis, who recently just L'/n'r*l1eJ to Lrir.jf up with t Jolt, I nette complexion, very like her mother, Finch.
.iti'ire, na< the oldest male W> gravel then In fear lirforc I whom Iw had married for her beauty and
jour might,
..- "t Jeneral John Curtis who ('unt' 1i.riun ...,.,!k amt promise! \\hcn j i her grave :!I ti years ago.j : -- THE BIG STORE.
\ mac county, Va., in Ida Our M.jmaib'a ",11! inie more we'll treat It i :Mr. Pownell sighed This is a eeandal-;
L, wife was the "i.lo.t a ngt t, | (,us world, as we all\ know. :Mrs rundy; "THE
.- 'lurk.t Hut ..,,'II just go the Mire oM fare, .!;Jln. I j had dived deep into :)Ir. Puniiell'pi.\ ,- JUUQtM FAVORITE"

:, t it.'''hener'n leaning toward the llrooUjn Lite. i! vale history long ere this and had nlwuiiTcrreil -
"f the severest JIMipline rntlnv I tinVll'. that }lr5. I'ouiifll, "ili all her

,> ...""!- or l II">s inheritfd. as his !ShiTo live; with '"n. dour George, on I beauty was only a coquette, who thought Grocery and Provision Store.C.
much mote ot exhibiting her charms .
p. Kitiht-ner, had l the repuig a desert island I., be always near you- : m
public than of making the home of Ler
}' < ; riIliuariall that would be ny! great joy hencifoiih.Hi I
.. husband and a pleasant place.: -You dear gill! And that ii is reallyall
I this it it is certain that H. GONZALEZ & SON
ask >e as may .
Hays, at the age of 10, was you fur? !
!!I.. 1'ribOo railroad oflices in Stu-\"':. It there is one other thin; Mrs. Pownell, still handsome: she war ,
a... : a 'h a salary of $li) a numtli.y'j I Iobl1It.l! like| when we'ie married, it is many years younger' than her husbandsat 238. Fnln.rox, .' Fhouo a2..
4'J "lIrs.I is that will lake! box at that moment in her drawing! n "ni, -. -- -- .
: w j presiJrutu you II at the opera t ,
: Pacific: railway. IlUfcul(1 fir t h" !oI'UMJII.rill you George; dear l'nt<-luillin;: two handsome and emit tr., 14otlicers (C ; i The
_- .iii a year. -I'id.-Mc-t'p. belonging:: : to one of the FI""II11 ., nest Selected Stock of Choice (Jooils,=i.nUoincstic .>
---- -- -- vessels then I lying; iu the bay, while' I1. "r. ,
j;, Snyers! of Texas ii said It ., s niIKnin niae.I gina: IImIlIt'r friends
} : young: were l.'iuglung @ and in
Imported the
,,, ,u-d to the Galvrbtnn relief City.
; ]l.e tUeirt blue ', gossiping with three more officers in i
... : ,nay in A'" Mir c>ei the ume J; the garden. It i is also lertain Iba t.I -'t DELICATESSEN IN INFINITE VARIETY
? any other I'I"S'II !interr Lite.i.e i leer dress,
though 11 Ir. Powiiell
"r .. was a polite nun attentive -
"hat be quirtf .,. : And when" I I I Everything Suitable
(, : gave was very came cavalier to his wife and daughter or Necessary for Holiday Family Store
'. I n.t I'liMicly acknowledged.; "i jt. f, Nick' r'fi'c'' whenever they required his services, lie WE ADVERTISE: REGULARLY. .
X *J And asked i -- --- -- - -
i In -
r to -------- -
Jliis eta the windnxr ot a barber YlZ' Ire iniiif she shied, would as soon ha\e cone for sympathy. ,; That is why our Prescription
,: i- long! and !low!ill!: whiskers ', ;i: :"\ AnU I n3 blue. hi trouble or dKzrace! to the man id the I
.- : jars by Dr. '1'.1. Ste- Detroit Free Prni. moon or to the Kgyptiau sphinx as to ii i. Business Grows so Rapidly I
i. 'f I1 '.q i.ndrnce," says the Kansas 1" _____ her of these.i Christmas Goods !

1. "In life they hung; down
f' f "I'! "-tor's waist and thy wro 1w..II-lli,1 you h.iy that your wife's i laughter rippling up from below, with a .
',-1 .i the county. The doctor ban' fell tint ia a day? i' fuiiuiis expie-sjon on his fa 1'1'. It was AND I
... a ':" elti-tion of Hryan." JI"'lt-\'I'o.; I did sly SII. ', Opera night:: and he teas in full! ereniiudress i o .\1'-0

i.r: .', 'i 'Ii'>lics are pardonably proud "IJ-iiher: e\ir.iuriliiiary: hr.' 'tit' ?" f'iv in the course ot an hour he was : P ROMPT SERVICE t
', l icionM, :Mr. J nines Joseph "C 'h. I don't know. You see, she was 'I to escort the ladies to their lox. ;Meanwhile I ( C. H.POSTOLE'S
:i i. !" <.11!i known scientist ot Ilat- crtinlnn;: it "" a chair, and she happened I he was best in his studj-they with 'II DO THE REST.: ,

.,' :s' I. ,1ItUII. who received from to <>i>en the window, and it just fell outYonkera ." 1 I their guests.:: : South .11afox-O1posite 1'o-totliee.
.:. r." 1 e Order of St. (Iregory on the Stal."IJlIII. I Opeia night:: An organ out in the W f

.. : the first Catholic association I I square suddenly! struck up one of the teiy, I Gnu & M Fine Fruits Candies Cakes Nuts Etc.
;.{-ffli.r'' :Mr. Hicks has t3k'IlIl0 feu- A luiimed Man.: ails he was to hear that eicniug. He ,
r-r .e of the principal awards fur 'a hen ltr,...n tint std, lie toy: of glut ";" did or hummed it mechanically.! AND ALL KINDS::: OF HOLIDAY (JOODS.
.. Instruments a a, to d.i; I And then the 'II Popular Drug Store I
1'aiis and
at WIlalll,1
L" ex- The "I" stop an Chocolate Drops, 20 cents a pound. Jelly Gum Drops, ii! cents a I'ClIIltt.Iarsh .
v.a to a "we" In
a or
year old old air
: tau, I tang out-:an air that he li.-i.l! :\ Mallows, :2"i cents a pound.
J!. Pi ,'! Desehanel! recently received a And after that throughout the rest of his poor I thought swift and sad and full of the No. 37 South Palafox, I
urk ,f attention which it is bale t" any henpeikril life : most plaintive melody: once! see OUR STOCK BEFORE YOU BUY.
I Telephone ;3h! .
i Once! It must have been) hui.dieilj a.ITHMEllS
iii'vfftred to any man before. He Ilruwn lot his o\\n identity and talked about a
"31y iff." j or more since he stuml l-eside lie I
u'd:: : a tanmict in his lumor Kiineititi I years '
'II Trance, and on entering the dm-! -Tlt.Bit* I pasture liars of the "old home faiiii" and I II
II heard a sweet young voice trill out the "Fine as Silk"Are
4' :- he found every dish i on the table I I, I i
',' With a photograph of hiturlf.u GoLuand cough cure. are IlUIl1(>r. plaintive music. iI
\ Ii:... trout babyhood to deputy>hip the one that leads all j ,, Those "Ion;: time nl'l)" days! were over ,:
,{'rd,1 nut over plates and tuieens. wther in merit, is FOLEY'S HONEY forever for him! Tor his fashionable wit. I the Handsome New Vehicles Turned Out by

hI't' tarried WRY his plate as n AMI TAK. which i-< in great demand and stately daughter they hart ne\ei i ii '
thee! IJ.\n;. W. A. D'Alemberte. ;'i, been. In Lis own life, harassed and ,.ii\- nYE. J. M. HOWELL
ious as it had often been at
|i store of experience such ni (they bad, u> \- ,

er The known.organ played on, and the ri Iilail's Manufacturer of

Boston Shoe Store.I j i f thoughts went wandering; back t<> We guarantee tfee alieie

the old red farmhou-e. He saw himself VEHICLES 01 ALL: KINDS
a "ban.foot boy," driving the cows home, RYE WHISKY to fie the ,

with a little blue eyed child in a pmU i
--- gingham frock and suiibouuct trotting! "by Best Whisky offered in

HEW; SEASON OI'EXWITH: .FIXE PROSPECTS OF GOOD ,, 'his side He saw himself :lll.1 at school, i suet: Slxoiiw ox G nx'clou. Stx'oot. ; 'f

BrHIN'ESS.:\ WE HAVE MADE AMPLE PREPARATION ]and the pink gingham frock sat near him. any city for tbs money REAR OF MaixIo'i'i]MI'LL .1)1JOU": : ,)l. ,
lie sawhimself later still a spruce elate I
: : ,in a country store. The pink gingham |: f e handle this Whisky If you don't believe it, take a look at one of tin! New Freight i Floats
: : TOCJWE 1IAVK E'E1CAIWIED:' FOR 1 had changed to a lawn sprinkled withfurrMmruots >! I II I just finished for E.: Saunders:\ &Co. and other- They Defy Competition.:
as blue as the wearer's eyes

Ladies, Misses, Men and Boys. ;1,, ;or now his His own" !own He wire glaw-ed: dim at with the uiislxd gigs-, ,:, In J Quarts, $100 per qt.1 Repairing, Horseshoeing, Rubber Tires.

NATIIAX G. IfORC.lLl r) LElt, tears.Pretty, gentle: quiet little Stisic i Cray; : [In Bulk, $3.00 per gal. PROFESSIONAL- CARDS. t =GOLA=Q-*

How sweetly those blue eyes looked up j
-- -
'I -- --
PROPRIETOR. at him over the pasture bars by moon- {, ----'-

light that night! How plainly he could( ( *$=TRY IT.-fc JT\areellu5( \\ meCreary\ Grist and Corn Meal Wills
o-SOME OF OL'Il SPECIALTIES ARE-o j hear the soft ilearoiee still-swi-ot, but ,
with a dash of sadness in it all the time: -
Ladies' High-cut 9-inch Rainy Day Shoes. I! I ID. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop s,
How ho had loved her then, with all th JACOB KRYGER Physician and Sargeol. I

Ladies' Czarina Shoe. Ladies' Marzo Shoe. ,, ardor of a Imy's first love! How meekly Manufacturers
and mode.stly she hud rrturned tlutu.oie Residence IS West I.allua.

All of the Finest Quality, $3.50 each. ': boisterous nffection: How pure she! Was:. BIJOU BAR. Office H'Alfinberte Telephone Building No. 4">1., \W't Boatifalftfoi CIIOICE : 1EAZAN111'L'IEGitOCNI:

........ - - --- -how tilt: - -- Btreel. i'tioneIt.. STOCK FEEl
The organ: ceased. The man was Buoying -

away when a purse clanked 'in the Patronize home Industry, for there U
pavement at his feet. lie saw the hand (OPERA HOUSE ; every ronxnn you should buy your Meal and '
F. M. WILLIAMS stock teed from the llomx Mannfactnrer' ,
Boston Shoe Store.
that had thrown it to him close the. blind, frtr
and the poor Italian went away el.ited.( . . .. ....-- _-_ I i Your to doing money you i,vncouraeM i left in the home community Indus

"Susie, I I In fostering tbn borne manufacturer
One Week I I you
-I II i I you were! If you were only mwife, Popular I( contribute to Hie cnusi-ol labor. You owe
I f now-if lay child was jour daughti; I onI I It to tbHcommunlty In which you live and
i252S' t 'Z425 52 25'r5'c.525c'S'S'r525! I IEa i ift i i how different: life might 1 be"! groaned the COMMENCING Estimates Promptly Furnished which contribute to your support..
: 5252Scrn Building of All Kinds.
'I man as he flung himself into a seat. He ;

M. ANDERSEN rn : touched a spring in the safe that stood ;i| MONDAY. DEC. 17. W. T. GORDON & CO.,
I open before him and a secret drawer slid
m! 'I (
!f out. !' SPECIAL ENGAGEMENTOf WEEKLY: HCIIEDULE Heal Estate and Short Time Loans
I j. It contained only! two things: -a withered !
r/JEWELEIU: ]I !I syringa blossom nnd a tress of che-t- Of FOR STEAM DIVISION
ti 1 nut hair. l'oorls the treasures were 8 SPECIAL[ AmNJION!! GiR 10 COUCT10iS.[ !
r I they were more than house or lands to FAMOUS
- -
703 Cast Gorernment !
-- --- ----- ------ Street
iI: '
[ the lonely millionaire.: HAlLWAY COMPANY

Fino Line of Watches, Chronographs and Re- Alas, his repentance: came too late for Trains leave Pemiaoola for the Little i op TH House Building
I I atonement as repentance almost always OLYMPIA l OPERA COMPANY. Bayou, Big Bayou Warrington Navy Yard PEN! .A.....,I A FLOII IDA-
peaters, Diamonds, Elegant Sterling Silver does! in this wetrv'orl.I of ours. He and Fort barrancas atfIi.a.

1 Novelties, Fine China and Cut Glass. : had left the girl: he loved-deserted her 7110( a..m.m.arrive. at Kort Harrancas.. 7SOa.ra 7:45a.m I
t1 I fur the sake of his. ambition and when h. 40 40 10:00' a.w.arrive at Fort Barrancas IO:4.a.m
*\-No. 29 S. Palafox Street.'a25'c5 .-* would bare returned to her she was Ism l ;: =People= at Kort Harrancas 1:45 pro KadalDyspepsia
ni J:30 p. ra. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:15: p m
j in the ullage; churchyard: and the tige Ip a Select Repertoire of Comic Opera 0:15 p. m. arrive Fort barranca 7'p m'''
? 55252.52S25252525'252525252S2.S.s2J 1 upon the stone above her head was '":::1." '8:00 p. m. arrive at Fort barrancai 8: 5p.m

.- _, i' Like one in a dream the rich mm sit. FINNY COMEDIANS?, cola Trains at leave bet Barrancai for Fensi-
his face bent down upon the hair, which
7era.m.: arrive at Pensacoln 8:15 a. n Cure
was wet with his falling; tears. STRONG CHOUrS, 7:4."i'.. m. arriveat fensacoia..._ nSiia.:! ,,
!! Presently came light; tap at the door. GORGEOUS COSTUMES: 11:iw) p. m. arrive at Peosacola..._?!!:ti p.m '
2:00! p. m. arrive at Penwoola tti! p. m +
"Papa, we are nearly ready, said a ORCHESTRA.0dcaleof::: 6:00 p m arrive at Pensacola .. 5t.*, p m Digests what you eat.
laly's"oict'. "Mamma has rung for the -_ 7UO p. m. arrive at Heniacoia...... 7:4.5 p, m
I II carrill!>I'," / : Prices. 15, A,35: and 5u> cents. 1liSp.. m. arrive at Feniaoola........ 0.80 p.m It artificially d.vests: the food and aids
I b tarO yionlj.PABB Nature in and
,! Tll'r8'1 n slight rau e."Very : stren'tbenkig recon
FOR wiry: : DATS.Peniaoola structing the exhausted:: digestive or-
well dear said Mr. Po-vnel\!. Matinee Saturday.THE .
:, with an effort, in his usual tone. to Fort Barraacataad retort 4.'xj pans. It i is the latest discovereddsgest-:
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return. .. KcPeniaoola
1 ant and tonic. No other
Ten mimres later hi came out, lock'.I to Palmetto Beach and return lie: preparation
the study door behind him and handed I gUKDAT ICUCDDDK. cQ,a approach it m efficiency. It iu

his wife and daughter to the carnage; Leave Pentaoola. Lv Fort Barraaeai stantly relieves and permanently curs
Q with his usual grave: courtesy lie kept 9a.m. 10 a. m. Dyspepsia, Jndi estiou! Heartburn,
in the back of the Sox that evening and Pen acola Tailorin Cot III. m. I! m. Flatulence, :Sour:) Stomach, Nausea,
was very silent. I p. m. 2 p.m.i .. Sick Headache, Gastralfria.CrarniHarid
b I tp.m 8p.m.S all other results of imperfect digestion.
When six months later: the rich man 1e.; Kast Intendencia Street p. m p.m.
died after a short illness, those who prepared ip. m P m. PriceMc. and II. Lawi.teconulDSZS times
6 p. m. a p.m >m-illsiie.IVxjk all&boutdy ;...anti borne
him for burial found resting
upon ( p. m. f p.m. Prepared by e C. Ot WITT ft CO. Chicago.HargH .
1I I his heart a little locket containing a worn Suits Overcoats Trousers Mackintoshes PABKPOBRUKDATPeniaoola :
an's hair. They left it there, and it was:; to ort Barraooai Pharrracy.JohnSheppard,

buried with him. Mrs. Pownell knew; Etc Male to Order land and reiurn..___._._..Nary.._...._ 5JcPeniaoola S.
nothing of it. I doubt if it would have to Palmetto Beach ana Kahn.ANTAbMIDE
j .Iura.- IfeNo
troubled her much if she Lad been told.. riiglxt; XXoi-o irx: Tovvu.:
Exchange.; I freight received after 8:15 p. m.HEINBERQBROS. .
I .1 LEI
J -- --

Prices from $25.00 up. : Call and See Them. ; The Bad Feature! of It. I IVse tiny Capsules tresuperior

: Von Buml.'r-\\'hat's: the matter? You, CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING.11 [I [ X COs j to I Balaamof.,Copaiba,

A CHOICE LOT OF look sad. CrbebsUnJCInjectionA @

Dimpleton feel sad. This morniaI AH work Guaranteed Firt-Class. They cure b 48 lioora the

deceived my wife for the first time. !I same diseases without incoa-

:SUGGIESJt'8T Don't"Oh,let is that that worry all? Pooh you.!" You'll recover opposite 1t'rrl\\'etber'II WflO&L& GB OCS tB S J -' tl1.t. SOI Oar- -ill DRUGGISTS any; ,

"lint it does old man. She caught meat --
RECEIVED AND FOR SALE it."-Detroit Tree Press. LIIU4 'A
A Champion, :'j--;; 'v. li.jti fur ULDati ill PILLS

;/The Only Exclusive Dealers in Vehicles. }*( :Miss Pinkerly-Don't you think 3:r. I.iRdvt.ri.u.aa-f n.e![Iran r.e.E>, rnaamm.n it u. .n et tit,. Pensacola, Florida. / SAf nIlUIV.T.k'_.. l..dl..u.urvene ly. 1
jf Sf.I.IMf
a n n
m 'rmuit.V
Tutter. that Miss Van Antler is a beautiful 1 MI u tinnvrt MSrf.I. KKW u' 4. ,... .
=a Pillow, Y'l t k-triD- --- ---- ., .. Id a.L : "' ...1 I
? ., t' It r pile' n i.. n T.lfvRr....
girl rte ... .
'albats Cite
for tcccpuble Ideas -a. .a.tli.u..4 .
J.: 3YL HILLIARD & CO Young Tutter-Yes, Miss Clara; but c;: ri a fold by DragWa, State If I ( j'r t.._... R'i 1.1.h. .. .

| you were no doubt just as Least 1il atj C.B a. (>r iwDt in ,piaiu.rappr.prrpuJ, fur patented [ J? .ot Riiff .riT! tephr. ...
I Lee aj Exchange. .. .K. il I in ,r U.tslrlircuUr ., ,! r THE PATENT RECORD I i ., .1. ... J.IL'... 1.1.( _...&....... E.% I'' '
--1e. (
--- No. 30 East Garden St. Phone 124. I viit ui MM. Baltimore. Ml JM II&-uu a.Y.U._. .....,. a.,Ul..l::


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Santa Rosa, which is only a short distance THE VERDICT.Even ,

from Don Antonio's ranch, to distribute j
circulars announcing that at the risk of starting a controversy

I ELOPED lessor Le Hoy, a famous 1'1'0-1 we atlirm that the twentieth century NICK'SPLACE \N ENTIRELY FRESH AND NEW STOCK OF FAN y

would make a balloon ascension frpra ; begins on the ht of next.January.Mem-1 I, GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS AND SPECIALTIES
the plaza of the little pueblo on the I j
14th of October. Senorita! Alma ,.811 I The provider of innocent amusement isone Try Our Golden Fleece Flour,
of the wond's benefactors. For his ,
IN A '
well Informed as to the part that .
Shp.1 Government Street.Warehouse
: dainty swinging! melodies Sir Arthur Sullivan ,;Salesrooms, l3l-13i
was! expected to net in the plan 1 will he pleasantly remembered. : Cor. Tarragona and O! .Pea
h r daring lover h:1I111"t'i!'ed. j I Indianapolis News.Between L

1 1I Promptly at the appointed time Professor i' Jan. 1 and Oct. 21 of the Telephone 151.

BALLOON Le Uoy appeared on the plaza of j jSanta 1 present year the Klondike produced a to- I .

:i Kosa and began to Inflate his I i of SKUKUSUO: in gold. It is becoming; !
monster balloon. The well disguised I! more evident every day that that AlasKan ; H. H. WICKE

I I f I -- lover mingled with the ;great crowd I j purtlul-e was a "l.oarain.-Bati.; !
I that had assembled to witness the 89- I' more Herald.There I
I United had : lire abundant and gratifying in I Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
F How Cupid I II contilon. The old don's curiosity J I dicationthat if tlie tueiiticth reutury Knot
I drawn him t.) the pl.iza! where he walked I ,,
I a "MunLclcss century" it will l he the
a Loving Couple In about, paying little attention to his j I
fault of in.lIid'Lt
I i : liii'.Uieipal Koveiuniclilsami No. & South Palafox Street
daughter; for he thought that he had 1 iI mist the fault lit the b.. "lIti .-Chiea I
I t Mexico. I It I. scared her audacious l\-cr far away. I II ;;" '1 'liiticsIIeiald.Ki All Kinds o. Plumbing and Gas: Fittings Materials Kept I tieTaGylogoJ

, ...... i I As the big balloon! began to sway )In I.tiix>lil of lleliiuiu is an njuiirer I I, ; "l .i C '. ...NRaou... Hi*
u..u."uu. $.,;; : ;; '
, I I i, the air the lovers drew closer together of AU..tirllll'ih'r" sad says thy "an I -- .. -
I, I I II bii bii-r than tie Knglihu: and not monotoiii.ii .. ... ., .. ., .. ,.,
; Randall Howard, a wealthy young and at a signal( from the aeronaut they ;: I I __.. --.. r" .' ; ;,' ;"': e '
l man whose tome Is la Marlon county, I approached the l'all'lon."Len the airship '; >.!,; imiiidral likf the rrench." Tbitt s'v: :?-,->.."<>''.',;::v_""' -';i''-'-;a" : ;o:< : ..o .........""- .I............' ,-. --"': "-"':'>4-.<-O."_ ?]

Mo., went to southern Texas about a was ready tu strut on Its voynsp, U a PMI.I ciitii-ism, even if a king; did i'l I -1i(
i make it.-CLiiago News. ; The f Most Popular
year ago to get the benefit of the FEluhrtous | Professor Le Uoy stehN.,I into the bas- ,
It ought to hll lt'll tin rzar's'n'al..s
I of the valley of the ISe- ; e HOP & CO.c l li
ghen. WM
t' climate 1 ket, and a secret signal was 11 we to find! out bow Hiputar he is. But '
I I. Itlo Grande. He divided his time loc- fore any one realm what was taking; it :-ii>\ts. too, how undesirable is the state .
I tween Eagle Pass and Del Rio, frequently : place the daring lovers sprang over the of a iiUtiou which has no coubtitutiou t" :
+f making excursions Into old ; sidef! the car, and accomplices cut the': depend on but the IIlIl'l'rtuinlIe of a : j*

; Mexico. lIe seemed to be well supplied (1 I rope,;. ilclieatf! ruler.-Baltimore American.Oie I RE8TURANTIn[ l 1 : SI South Palafox Street, Pensacola Flu '

with money, and, being of a jolly, The airship! shot to',\ :11'<1 the clouds hundred years ngo-so the histories } ::1

liberal disposition, he soon became well but not Ix-fore lion Antonio Lad seen teil us Thomas Jefferson rode on horse *! -

I known and popular with the best class- his daughter in the arms cf the hated !bark to wliuli and from made the him inauguration president. exerries WilIrun l.- ;{ f CHINESE: AND JAPANESE FANCY GOODS.

.'.ncriran.Vlth the agility of a youth e 't
,, drawing : MeKinley will miss a ureat oppor- 4'J Imported Fire Crackers and All Kind of Fireworks,, t'' I';,
ho wlzcil, one of the ropi'S. and "
luuily to eiuphnsize: the progress of tbe
: his reudver. lie shouted. "My ;' enuutry since that time if be doesn'tptopd : l--i. Novelties, Large Flower Vases! Parisian Table '..
r, daughter; !" and instantly fret. Lc Hoysckul i! I an automobile to and from the i : Colored Silk, Embroidered in Hold Jive Us a I '

'f' a knife to cut the rojie. but the .,, capital ou March next.Sjracuse IleraJ. ;I i/4)
girl caught; his arm. She realized that I II I 7: ;'a,OV<.iV av4r._.fQ.. s-;.-.."..,tll4,.;r a?_'_.,...?;"..*.>>. ...+.dovso' ,14,+.-_. ';_>'<.>tlet.....9.' .E...4n .-> '..".'f_"'.."...'_p" ._...._' Jl- i

the balloon was already &<> hih: in tl-e I
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air. that the fall would kill! her father. THE CYNIC. i
Howard grasped the situation. and FINE
1i 1iII with heroic generosity he turned to LcHoy 1 No one U ever too busy to tell his trou1 11 ((ring them to me and I will mke them a* e .,

j' and ronimandcd him: to let the airship lies. ,iI 1
I Some actors make better show off the ,
'' my life descend." h<' said"I"hut will I cannot doubtless c'liispnt lose singe; than on.Vheii a Eseambia OystersRECEIVED U U E i1 SUITS tfD ?II TS MIDE JO OI| ER/ .

\ it is said' of a man that he i* >
to IK responsil,le for theth of Al that he PRICKS RENT: WORKMAN-
"oieruorkwl it probably means THE LOWEST :-
l11:1. I father. is getting old.
n.):! Antonio was still clingiiig! ; to the It is said that down at the bottom of !! FRESH: EVERY DAY Cleaning, Dying Repairing and Renovating Done on > s

I rope and rapidly Fording pi iol balls his heart every citizen of a small city I
into the car. The balloon slowly de- lungs; t'> be mayor. AND SERVED IX ALL !
wended until the fut of tll!' enraged: You never hear of a girl these dnjs: who ,

father' were almost upon the earth. enters a conient because she was jilted. STYLES. I
: Howard bent over the side of the car, ,, She begins a breach of promise suit I 514 South Palafox Street Opposite Levy-PouCoi.

and after cutting the rope ho! waved When a man is baring; a particularly 1! .
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his hat at the old don and slanted "I !! hard time, his kin like to hunt him up and LIT Work Called nr and Delht-ml Without Extra: Chat;. 1Q
I tell him to and be "patient a little | I
', will\ be good to Alma. a'id whea you l', longer." try
wish It tee will come to see you" The
If a man: thinks he is rouged and telU '
relieved of the'weight of the
airship ; his troubles, don't there is another I Out
you say Selling
defeated 1 and furious old man shot upward side to the story, or he will think you i j Regular Dinners Every Uay I
are a fool
1 Y. \ The loversMild only hear howls of i It is remarkable with \\hat patience a E ES
rage! mi'igled! :; with oaths, and they woman trims her dress with buttons this My Entire Stock of t tt I

were ;glad to be !... .u\l1 the reach of the season, while a man has so much trouble I
desperate man whi was clinching his !, petting the few sewed on that are necesI ONLY N 35 3 CENTI aI I) '

lists them.and Some shakhu lours afterward hN pistol! the toward bal I tary.-Atthisou Globe. I II > S t o m e s, Crooko ri, GlIlWUI s T'o JI s, tw" \

,, loon descended near the little) city of STATE LINES i
; l>cl Uio. in Texas, and the lovers took
'i' the evening train for San Antonio, Iowa raised enough corn this year toKe f
rr. where they soon foan.1 a priest who every man, \voinan and child in tbe i!i I CASH PRICES. r tIt
slate I+r) lUslH'IOillUI:; City Journal. '
;t t made them happy.On will be to your Interest to Call Early so as to Oet First 1'11., t
the neat day, after writing a letter Governor Jeff Davis Arkansas is: in Special Orders
arms nc.iinst du saNSATIONALFaUI'EWE T. to lIonlIlum : 4! es of people bath In Texas and Mesii-o. their fortunate yago and marriage, Arkansas that who lie will wears outlaw a mouodeH:1ItI.any man in- J. M. PFEIFFER i

lie was fond of hunting and nothing; they started on a bridal tmir. Those .
f inure herald.Ihock 3.X7 E/iwt Oo-vovmiAoxit: : St.
r pleased him Ix-tter than to collect a who are best acquainted with :SenurSnncheK Inland bas conoludt'd nut to remain served all hours of !
", crowd of young jMsiple and ninke u trip coy that Ills raze will SIMHI iMld! longer mid hereartur'ill
' I *.. .1.4. Ln"a nosa ......%>.ti.!..... w'host. > ....a "".I unit it will not be l>ng beforeI.e hold her elections any in :x\"wl..r.. as a majority the day or night at K. t:. KKKNT WM. If KNOWLFKV K. HYtU. JR., J. H, KH K ir
?t1 l game Is abundant and the fniost rich v;ill be ready! to uek-oine! and give of the other states do.-C'leTt-laud 1'renlcleut. Vice.1'rcblUcul. ('a bl"r. A. : i It,' r \1
In the world are easily caught;; ii I: the his I help to his daring children. I'laiii Dealer Reasonable Prices.

+i t clear waters of tlit' numerous beautiful Some of the Nebraska papers are printing -
t 1 streams.J ; butt articles about Nebraska forest 1
STRENGTH. First National
:: one of these pleasure exeiir: ----- trees. Tbi-se will create a distinct shuck Bank
r. 1 iu those I.Jlturialmiub \\hich bare contvived -
t stuns young Howard made the acquaintance IIoa CrnniM' Cnellhetan \\tni lie .
Nebraska be all and
i of I>.in Antoiiii) Sanchez, aI I.irl of HU ( lio(','. to prairie
roM'water.-Intlianai>olis Journal.
.1 I wealthy ranchman, and was irmteil to Sutton of Somersetshire loveda OF PENS COLA. FLA.DIRI'317TORr t
New York by the accident of possessing SEA FOOD DINNERSA .
1 \bit his hacienda. I.II'M1:11:111; las named Palmer.!
the commercial metropolis surpasses
p I IIowarllIccl'lltl'd the invitation, and She was an admirer of great physical i Pennsylvania in population, but in all : : e :
he was warmly welcomed by the! old strength; in !nen.tml she told him she:
things illustiating the grandeur of free
i!' don's wife and his lieautlfnl daughter, would liuiiry him on the day that he government IVnnsylvania is the empire Specialty.
t wbo had Just returned from a con rent shotiM i'111111111,>' the r.x.ts tn oak sapling state of the republic.I'hiladclpbiaTimes.In't D. G. BRENT,

,t school In the City ot Mexlivt. that :grew In Iir f.ithor's :::tr
'oj r t.1 Not through many the little orange walk groves had! cf been the taken old- Most DeWitt'sVitch of use them any are of worthies the Hazel counterfeitsof or Halve.liahlo Frig! n an Dc mnU s ; Imx E h !o B Mad\ Sorejy'We I

hacienda, where the frost never ;gleams: ?54 .Y ***& to caws injury. The original De-

1! t and the flowers blonni forever, before nrlrrTW1r y Witt's Witch Hazel salve is a certain Prove thePudding -- -- -

.. tile young; Mlssourlan became satisfied cure for piles, eczema cuts, draw our own Bills of Exchange: on Grout Britain Ireland
: ; ; that the beautiful Spanish girl reciprocated scalds, burn, bores and skin di: Germany, France Austria, Italy Holland, Spain, Belgium, Ruub, b"r
. ,: t, his affection for her. He abandoned / ease: Harris Pharmr.eitlne' .\' way, Hwelen, Denmark and other European countries
his Texas friends and moved his Kahn John tSheppard. ---- -
: effects to a little village not far from f ti ... Do our an .trVe sel!! Disbursed upon the Most Farorable Terms and:: their
h non Antonio's ranch. Howard had CLEANED (TRRAXTS, nouncementslook Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Klflset Daji
f SEEDLESS" RAISINS: after Vessel Arrives there.
j been warned by his sweetheart that
her father's remarkable politeness and w ? We try Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

t j apparent warm friendship! for his guest I. f t.i.1 t- AT H. MTLLEIl'S. I to make them with which we hare a Private Apartment for the Use
could not be relied upon to withstand PHONE 213. 4iK! ) t5, PALAFOX /) ,, BO. But a pudding of Renter
I the test of with his daughter."He .
parting ; ----- -v wag no ..
likes you very well. Senor Howard New Gnoria.

," the young girl: would say "!tut Latest styles of Paper and Envelopes. more intendedto
s 1 he is the son of one of thevterans lw lookedatmerelythan A. Ma AVERY

that Santa Anna I led Into Texas, and l it Beet quality of Tablets for school l h ? i ,
la hardly probable that he will ever ue, or tor correspondence. lip is our fctock AIKXMMOT
( la A SiMiool Supplier, Pens, Pencil, ,
permit me to marry an American. aMti Suppooo: you
Iesk-pads, Cap
The ardent lovcrakn discovered that Jo what }'uu
the )'oungIrl/ was well Informed. One :111Hiil Paper. would do with
Iihtiik-books. Letter and Hill :Eard
day when the old don was gradually Files Collector's Files, Paper Clip. thepudding,, VVare+
falling Into one of his most hospitableand Hand-carved Purses, Bill Book, Test it.CIGARS. 9

affectionate/ moods over a I UittU* of Ac. &c. C. V. THOMPSON: Iron, Nulls, AXtls, Shot ela, !Saw: Mill and Steamboat Happliea, Cooking
wine the young man boldly npproadicd XoO:; H. Palafox Street
and Heating Stores, Paint, Oils and Window Olasa,
the subject. The glass dropped from
the old don's trembling 11:11111.1111 hU A ate and TInware and Kousefurnishlng Oood.sQans -

eyes flashed with rage. The hilarious,
RINK! A CMEEEE1! Pistols
amiable host of the previous moment V.z ---and-Fishing- Tackl
was instantly transformed Into a furious
human tiger. f AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company Revere Giant

"What!" he roared. "1ty datuhter: Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company Laftln A Band

marry a Texas American Never! Powder Company, Johnson's Kalaomlne, Iron King: and Buck's Ktores

Such audacity! I linite you to my hacienda DRINK I I. w. HARPER WHISKYSmoke and Ranges, Win. Coupe A Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Mainry' Bead 1
and you take advantage; of my Made Railroad: Colors.Masonic .

iny hospitality As Innocent Howard to child prudently steal!" the began adettlons to rise of I I .' : '\ lll THE[ POPULAR r l BRANDS KI I Temple, Pensacola, Fla. -

to his feet Don Antonio began to shout btTT"S N I.N.MMi A Mil K.fatlicrSalaw. I I

orders to his peons. To" one he said,': The r.rO"l''tlr JU not I I. \\V\ Harper Cipr E! Ud d S&h Patq.oot l !;'Scientific '* Tailoring

"Bring me my pistols: to another, : l'lIj.t ti> the task and Sutton pul'.t'J: .
I "Lock up my daughter:" and to another ami puIVil until his eyes used to stick Only place inPensacoU L - -- -

"Call the dogs:" out beyond the bri
l It suddenly occurred to the young; I day, after six iimuths nt effort the sa;>- : The Best in the Market where you can gel G Sash, Doors, :, ,
MUsourlan that Texas was a nice country i HiiS: gave WilY so suddenly that Sutton I No. 204 S. Palafox St.,

and It did not take him long to landed on the tack vt his neck strings the Genuine Tamps L. Blinds, Laths, I F'1"HI BflUHMt.
find trail that led toward a crossingon
a II many imaginary stars that it was -----
the Rio (rande. three days before lie could stand at the Made. Flooring.
I After sending his sweetheart a letter I, altar and see the real star plainly.Too iJU 3 Trdl a S ialtJ c cllllllhiSSe '; CARMENTS AND SUITSI
by a faithful peon he set out for St.::: I i Aleuts for J. J. McCasiill & Cos FOIl MEN OR BOYH.

Louis, where he developed plan: to accomplish I Trap Made to Measure Fit GuaranteJ.
I :
his purpose, which has succeeded It was the first tine Miss IVrtie llesios Havana dim Sawn Cypress Shingles. lot the Best Material, in the Hi :t.-t.ft

after one of the most desperate- I Goodwin had ever seen the inside of aul I OFFICE AND DEPOT: "Style of Art with Superior Work
and perilous adventures that two clop- i \ ;>tor's studio. : manship at the Very Lowest Prices.
: tug lovers ever experienced. I She noted his clay stained blouse and r Bro Baylen Street Wharf Telephone 310. :

Mr. Howard secured the services of soiled hands and glanced briefly at the 'J PEX ACOLA. I Special ittBfitiin Gina tt Cliifliij
an accomplished aeronaut, and after 1 figure! of a horse he was modeling. I Ii
purchasing a good balloon he returnedto I j "Gracious" she said to the friend PENSACOLA, FLA. I i: led DyeiDl
Texas. Taking several faithful who her !I I tot acceptable 14a... :
was showing about "what MAIN HOUSE: '
friends Into his confidence, he sent a wolf some people do to make a liv- : mr rl [ State If patented. ;'
I ell e. Palafox Street.! Phone lit m '' Kubcribe to THE: NKWB only in
trusty Mexican to the little vlUage of I0;,.! -Chicago Tribune. !!'_ : I r.KANCU: Opp.lUnlcm lisp t, Phone :SSI. I THE_ Baltiaore PATENT RECORO'I'('I' cents per week.


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R. K. WHITE, Hannah Bros.! guarantees; every i
... use bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy -
Manufacturing Jeweler
and will refund the money to The
and iradnate; Optician.NEWS anyone who is not satisfied after Forbes Store.

... r.tafr ..t._ Pnul'Ola.Ia.. using two-thirds of the contents
This, is the best remedy in the world
JJCORICETABLETS for la grippe, coasts!: : colds croup
and whooping; cough and is pleaant
hOGAh JJOTES madewithpureiMMill LICORICE .nd ;safe to take. It prevents any
Unsurpassed forcure COUCttS'CCLDb-- tendency of a cold to result in pnen"monij. -

510 PACKAGES- Bargains in all Departments
I I / --- -
-- att for Prtaacola end nanu 1
r.tcLia T'.i'i-li -vr
; tiifl'drly UiMfny'.vrj. Fop all Throat Affections BUCKWHEAT.SNREDED .
HtLTHt.un IOand25F BOXESqiiti COCOANUT. "
o' tfTiixratare 5e4
6y Dru everywhere or sent
i (.i.tumum Hi .ait yj JUurj. en receipt at price MINCE IEAT.

t&rL 39 :I wey.UrwYORtt- AT H. ):CLLER'':. Y
.' Stone' advertisement.y .
: PHONE 213. 4
:- of )[orri ton, Ala. are THE TEXAS STORM -------
city this morning. Good full pie*. They are excel
Its Center Will !'&... Sear IVnfaooT lent. Very rich pa-try. To introduce -
Reeve of
J. DeFuniak 50 All Wool
them well we will sell them Rugs, regular 82.50 value, now S2.00.
," red the lat
:- in city night. Weather Observer M. J. Wright.:. three for lo cents for thirty days

:'o.ijibb! ln of Iuco-ee Jr., reports that the storm that developed We make large pies to order. Vicuna 25 $1.50 value
Large Rugs regular $1.00.
? ::.>, visitors here yester- in Texas yesterday, !is central : Model Baker. lug West Intendencu. now
this morning at Galveston mov- 100 Wool Suits 5 15 $1.25.
Boy's to
A -y.: of Holt Fla., was in;? northea-t. It has caused light FRUIT CAUr.-i

irnvals in the city last rains on the Gulf coast, bat no high At :25c!; per pound : there are uo bet 500 pairs Boys' Knee Pants just received, 50c pair.
WiLd have: yet occurred. within itlimit ter made in the city. At Pfeitlcr's ,
". .i-kwell of Milton was; -. :Steam' Bakery. I,
.-Ufta the Escambia 100 Ladies' Tan Red and Black Capes Regular
The center of this storm will pass ,

,.\ Millof[ : Milton is here northwe-t fresh easterly of to Pcnsacola.southerly causing winds.: i $2.00 value, this sale 150.
aid.i.n's'. !ling i. ; a meeting of the shifting to n rthwtterlwith rain Clutter's! Music House

t advertisement in to-nisht Decided and falls probably in temperature Thursday. occurred \UGK3T IN THR S Ot'II1. 25 Wicker and Fancy Wood Rockers shown on 2d floor $2.25 to $10.00.

x .', i* bringing; him a rush of in Northern Texas and over
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-e ". the eastern slope of the Hackie
since yesterday, due to the high area Manufacturerazcnt; for ;M REMEMHER GIVE REHATE CHECKS.v: @ .
I I I', wnil:;; of Wallace, Ala., of pre--urethat covers that region.It ; KIAXICH.ILl'lI..
. _- :':.e arrivals at the E- will grow; colder in this vicinity LESTER.

, .-.:- i.'ht.-. one dicharrtand; Thursday.Happiness. :SMITH 1CEl1FR., & BARNES.CHICKERING. -v\T. J & En Forbes.
w t* the police court rec- { i I.$ but another name for .
perfect health. t'se PKK KI.Y ASH:; SINGER,
: 111
; HITTKR* and be happy. It ke4p-tt.e HElm BROS..
i';.-hip! Capenor arrived vital or:'an-l.caltliy l and w.;:.I! r.uiilitfd. \VILLAItDPIA I -- -- -
.' i'-u-igUHi to the Gulf Hiiu.aii: 15r: ( -.. :-''pt'cl.d.I' i.'*
..;.J will load fur j
-- TOS i
Grand[ Holiday Tournament

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: charged with aMcCMlan -- i
I. !C.t; : with a .nt.\! ,'sl di.' ,'ta .,llI":
ft t.< find"by: GHhLIENGE f fTo .1.'lUre..

'-. .ard this! morning. ) lb., i !anon are i.'it shipped from israi: i ',
HOUIIou -avc ail! middle m.-rl pr"i.i: Christmas Eve at 11 O'Clock \P. } L.VCH
-::r. !has an elegant ;tock of You111 be convinced of Ihi- bgi lltut ,
.'J fruits for the hilidavsa any house in Pensacolato pr.i'' T..rm- t" 'Ult any ..ur-,-.
advertisement "iu 0' ER i" 1'1.-\\0- 1'I-I.El: r FROM o \'cf
1- big I
low produce jiner grades Cast E811 ". ''
'- (plating very prices. of

- .ri: -hip Veiled. arrived in li'iuors than handle at J. M. CLUTTER'S MUSIC HOUSE. FBI STONE'S.
', '-ruing from St. Michac1w i'-l.l South Patafox: ; Stn-et
; .. be loaded hthp Gulf at the famous : .
-.' ( .-. for Dunkirk'and Havre.

.-.. 'a Clan held another recep- C. A. WALES & CO.i i CASH: 1'fRCHASE OF OXE DOLLAR EXTITLKS Ytlt TO \ O'l I'l+\ 15K.\RINO A

i: te:: West Florida Steam Two OLD CRONIES If IfXD -l>?alerln- ', XUMBER. IF YOU HOLD OXE OF THE LITKY OXES 1'Ot1'ILL UF.T-:
..4. .y \"P t..rdJafternoon and will

..-..: --re k. again to-day from to 5 Weed and Goal. I 1 stONE FINE OVERCOAT. 4th-Ono Elegant Silk Umbrella.
We rrfpectfally Invite the patrons of th..l! 2nd-One Fine Suit Clothes. 5th-One Pair Rigour Shoes.
M'Win.. Watts and daughter! \ Frople of I'fDsitcola. 3rd-One Solid Sole Leather Dress Suit 6th-One P. Stone Special Hat.
.v. r-turued from Mnithfield, Ky.. Oflu-e and \IHI"J South Aloaniz St.:
i'hone ill. and Dressing Case. Lf See the Windows.
called the
w "e tIlt.were by death

MrWatts' sister, Mis; Litla rint t UQ ta It t AanSALOOXS.
W.I-: gco Styles n sO Everything: in Stock at Cash Rate Prices. 0*

-ehooner! Hjalmar arrived in The L 11ateSt t t
: ye-terday afternoon: from Kfy Winter Furniture SriTSFROMU TOlJ. SWELL HATS AT ?!.75 TO Fru.:: I'LFll'E: I.IXEI, tic) 1'EH

: with a cargo of cocoanut-. SI IT. A BARGAIN SWELL LINE El'K'F AH.

and house decorations
she I is
'I i ; now discharging at
"II street wharf. at bottom prices, cash ,
-- Stone 222 and 224 South Palafox Street.
t ; arty of officers from Furt Bar- or crelit.llarstotr5'Flu ch. : ;it
itook a fishing; trip on the Thin is a broad assertion, a
- r Poe yes-terilay and succeed- '
.1 landing a number of line fl-h. but a tl'inlorder will cffn-

: ...' -weighing if; these 1 fi-h 10 pound were very. and large the; vince the public that I *1'R. HALLIDAY &; co. *[

I I i r 1U4 pound have the best quality of

ViaJia; Correspondence Jackson- all kinds of !Wines and
[ ..' Tim'*-! niou and Citizen :
\1!' -. Fred Jones of Pensacola met 1 Liruors.Ifnotaslreirescnt.
w." ti t I t. Florida Bapti-t women for
,. lir-t: time in their annual gath- Twill Special Inducements the Holidays !

:..._ Arcadia. She ia inot ex-
;ll-.t l worker, and added greatly refits double the amount _
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t -uccessof the meet in;.:'. o I -U.T .I.Z : *)
of the .
a 'T',!'.' olympia: Opera Co. cored an- In preparing for our Holiday Business our idea first of all, has been to offer everything that is

:'.: :1' -ncce-s: in "The at the Mascot opera"hou-o singing last good; second, to give the Best that can be had for the Least Money, and Last but not

!: 'tt-u U-tter than they did Monday! carry all the leading! brands :such; not least, to offer everything that is of the very Latest to be had in Novelties. .
I : ._'! t. Mi-s Lottie Kend ill and EJ a.-
\\'>--t"11 did .pleu<:id work and
, OU Pete Co-iper. .
:- \\i.inklings the prince and
Gloves. i Ladies' Neckwear.
!r .rll'.-r Rocco kept everybody (ioldtring'Private Stock.
The FatnouLouis l"'Vt.; I Ii
The will
"n.- : ; company sing
;Jr" ".iv tf. to-night.; Old Murray Dixie.Hill. 1 Extraordinary values in an entire new line of renowned For ]Iolirltll'il'ill!! there /.v nothing that u'illgivcmoro

H. tuv. .\Ann-trnng.: nrt ecre- Arti Morgan.Anderou : makes just received. \ satisfaction( both th(' gireranI recipient, than
I' :;'II":> TI: ill. iced irrtiml from Masonic heart trouble bodies of C'ounty.1'arol. Ladies' ;clash Kid Glores; all the newest shades, \ a dainty/icce Jfecku'cur.. } 'OK can be as

ra .\
.\1! m-:' t,j was: consul at 1)ezt'somen make at l.oO' }jl\a hare all sorts at all prices. '
I 11': !1. ,1 micro during :Mr. Clevea OoldringF.n"orltt'.
[ 1.nut !tt i ..dmini-tration and held Ye'low :Stone., Ladies' J-clasp Dent's lud Gloves in all the latest \ Chenille Boas in white black and gray the very

,,0 .1' .nin.i!: !'. r of state offict- "Hewa* Yellow Libtl.OM : shades, also while, both in black and self- : latest in Xeckwcar, from Sti'OO to $!Jroo
!:I' !i.--r!: of Prof. H. Clay Arm- hickory.Echo .
$!.OO at l-oO' Liberty Silk .,\'cck Uajj'x: 8.OOI0./,50
.. r! : .f f this city. Spring: stitching a regular g'lol'e from :

"."'--.. Eugene; I Rryon: wiite Old Crow. teF.VotcJ"o discount to (dealer : Stock Collars of evert/description, Lace JJarbs Fichus,

"'.: to TIIK NEWS: that: Sultana.Elgin Club Trefousse Gloves. j etc-, fro/n the cheapest to the finest-
.1 i *. ;S. Harvey of this city is one ,
i :!i.. -'ih'cfu'l truck farmer. of Old Taylor.Old Pocket Books and Card Cases.
:''j! vii-i'iitv: who are preparing to Log Cabin. Parker. Ladies' 3-chisp Kid Gloves Trefousse, in all the I

-tl'I\' I t'.f: Washington market with Buwmau'Malt.Montreal: Malt.: fashionable shades, including Mode. Pearl, I Ladie'Pocket! Bonk. nun or Finger Purfand Card Cir.e with

'.t: I'I.-i:, during January: Februa- 1 All kimN of Domestic and I in- Gray, Biscuit, etc., at $9. 00 Sterling :Silver :MountingPnil:: Morocco. .\lIlgj'IIr. IV. .-km. Wairu -
.yndiareh.; and will also makelirtf *. etc.. at all Price-.
"I l ;ipment ot tomatoes to NewV"rk ported Liquors. ,Special sale of Men's Glace and Mocha Gloves, of I
aNo a large line of fancy
I 'it, 1>;a-t six weeks earlier than Cordials carry Creole de Menthe, Mari- the celebrated Trefousse make at 1.e;O I Fans.
> !! lie gotten to market from
I'I .': Y i'd;:.: in the :Mate (cero Marisceno Rock Cherries and Rye.Anisette Men 1-claspliid Gloves, in reds and tans 1.50 \ Tlif NHWIF.xprfsion: { of New Century T.,-f.- from I'ari*. Painted of

I A' t. conference of the Crytalized CrWtalized Peach and Honey. Men's clasp Mocha Glores, in Grays at l.oO\\!, Spangled from ,",03; to $

r .V.a.-t l i-hurch at OZlrkla... Cry..talizt'd Cieme de )[elltht'.
i Jackets Jacket Suits and Flannel Waists.Our
,'i'i'; .:anentfor next year have A large aorttnent of Rhine Handkerchiefs .

'I..'..:'.'"!I.' :h. ,HH.i- been Presiding transferred Elder J.r from. :S.: Wines, White Wines, Domestic and Ladies' Hemstitchedinch. hem. at. . . .. . .. .. .....$1 1 a dozenLadies' !! entire line broken ini/'-. and WI' are closing them out at

I I':1: !: dl"tr.'t to the :\Iollt"IJ. Imported.Sherry. Port. Catawba. Peach and All Pure Linen Ilem.stitcned.t-inch' hem. at.....$1.N) per dozen Greatly: Reduced Price
. : i i't 'ii-trict and J. M. Maonidingeller Honey:Rock and Rye. Blackberryof I.adit'lll'ure Linen Hemtitched.inch, hem. at....$:!.2'i:; per dozen '! '.
w':': h,1 of this d--! varioubrands.\ LadieAll Pure Linen Henl--titehPd. :;-inch beta at ... .$'1.75 per dozen Evening Wear.
j : I I-N::: "'- J. :M. l.lI1nell will re- Imported goods s-ucli as Gins. Hemtitched.Inch: '. hem, at .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. ..:EI.tMJper dozen (:,
8 ':."j; '" irge of the Palafox street Ferllf't.'otch Whl-kies. Leading :Men's All Pure Linen Hemtitchedinch. !hem, at. .. ....f2.75;: per dozen i Silk and Linen) MousIme! in Kx: ,|iii-ite !Shad1/ *. Organdie. White
1 M.- ,i -t church for another year brands of Champagne and the finest Men'* A111'ureLinen Hem.-titched. !'..-inch !lent. It.t.5 per dozen: and t'olornd. < relic de ( hin- HI-, with :-OIl" and Cotton Lining to }atch.
a'ij W will be in be had Mend All Pure Linen Hemstitched.inch. hem. at-.i.t i per dozenMen's ,
A. \ n' 'land quality: of Brandies that can
1', >r.. i! taN: .Malaga Squarei i iI on the market. Pure Silk Handkerchief/ at. . . &tc.. .:,;c, $1.00) and #I5:; each I Damasks, Napkins, Towels, Etc. ,
"' Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchief-. t'xeeptlollal"alut'iZ., an entire .
. ''' -- new line from :.... .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ...lOC' to ST..UI each WE TAKE PKCIAL. : / PRIDE: I IN THIS: TOCK.:
I r"s, ::: ache when they are i \\' carry the fine-t :Scratch; Iri-h. (b-rut in. French md B 'lxiumgoodi, .'
Dress Goods.Our .
t rW"I! knl'and the trouble getse both by the yard -eft-amid Hemstitched/ -, :t-, .ill -tiesand 2'.. yard
;'. t,_ iil-s promptly remnnv d. DlORDERSEA attire: line of Colored Ire-s Goodat enormous reduction, a great wide, and from :! to r, yardl"iig.l ; from tli/ .- c'?'.ipe-t up t'> fl'ia st-tt. "in the
.;" ''Kn I ASH: KITIKKS I isareliableJ'ti'y many to ;;1at Below Cn-t. finest Iri-ii Drina-k'f'wel|- $1 ;;'> t.. $IJ: par du/.eu.
t t.tnie and bowel regulator.

11.1:111.1: :. Hro-., Special. Agent R L1'. SILKS---Special Direct From the Mills. Corsets. / .

iii-inch Black Taffeta, regular; :grade at.. .. .. ... .. .. ---.T.">c .
, Have Yon a Chance !! and Bottle Goods will be de- 27-inch Black TatJetil.of"pleudid;: quality, at .. .. .. .. .. .. ..fl.: Entire new line of Straight Front- ju-t re(','Ivad. ill of the Newest '
r -'t .tie of the free gifts offered Jug 37-inch Black Taffeta, superior quality. at. . .. ..... .. .. ... .. ..$2. 1\ I'. :tone in his grand holiday i livered to any part of the state arrive next week 27-inch! Extra: O.ualityTaffeta: black at an
Blankets Down Quilts Cotton I'I':1\
"";..uuent? Every dollar spent I freight 1'1' express charges prepaid. exceptionally low price.. : :
'*'i ri:I' t.Mie entitle,; you: to a coupon :SPECIAL, FROM THE :MILLS.K '. t
.j'J' Men's Neckwear.A ;
a dunce to get AHSOI.VTELV .
Ru ADDRESS ALL ORDERS .) of .. . .. .. .. ( ;
cither: assortment of Reversible Four-it.-Hands Regulation Butterfly pair* pound 11-4 Wool Blanket at ..t:;.:.)per pair i: .',
A FtneOvercoat. splendid Impairof 7 pound 11.1 }OIn -Wool Blanket-at . ....H.-V) pair"Down
Tie* Etr. per
Bat Wing :String I .
A rjue; Suit of Clothes, I"'A> :Sole' Leather Dress Suit: and: N. GOLDHING Umbrellas. Cotton Comfort" pure 'hlteuowlllI Cotton. the Light Fluffy kind'. .

-- MS Ca-e. . .. I
A'Kit: rant I'mbrella Ladies' and Men's Uumbrella-ju-t received from *l.uo to $1.11Sprciil Hosiery and Underwear. .: 1
A f'ur 1 : in Ladie' and MenV Natural Wood H uuile-. Mercerized
A :N..JUSpecial; Uigeur: Shoes ., PENSACOLA: FLORIDA.Phone Umbrellaexception value . .. .. . . . .. . .. l II" :>!>H-al" in Ladle-'and (ildren'j. Ho.i iry for :Iof. Holidayill Jood ;;.i
be :Special: in all pure silk Umbrella Plain B.-x Wn\ H.tndiExtia! Wearing ll'+-e tt In andi\ ; r.ntTtif :t fflr,1 l kind ill
,; --1' r. t: duplicate box at 11 coupons o'clock! will.Christ- No. l4 and -2H! d. Proprietor iuality. Czar Silk at. ... .. .. . . . . . .. .. : 1'j: pair. ANo a-pl'-ndid liu- rat' t1! I''W' Fancy Hrw -uuj Vf-rtical and eenti Htrinp par i ".1!-1 I

Fxnijdit, and you may hold of the Famous::! Two Old Cronies !
t'ie' lucky coupons drawn. corner Belmont and Devilliers r I
i"twcr thanVverand the fre. HALLIDAY &
streets, First and Last Chance Saloon 193. X\u CO.
frl\\'n !in. :See Stone at 22!! Telephone 33.35 Palafox St. r
South: 1'alafox. lldH.! South Palafox street. ;

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the 1<:AssoiUtion, to be Held Mottle Sent FreTto
Has Assumed tbe Position of Dictator. I huff.! n-r.

Sltuatloa Serious. With Oak Grove Church. Commencing Deep-seated oh _
-tinal ,, .
LINK THAT BINDS. PEKIXO, Dec. 19.-The situation has i ON IMPORTED GRAIN on Saturday! Dec. "it, at 10 a. m. I kind that han rt--[-J ,1 .

not improved by the representatives of t --- I-KOUBAM: springs and patent it.. dt! .. ...

I -o- the poweri having reached au agree. Aims Another Blowat 10 a. in. Devotional exercise*, by ment, quickly yield to I K I i J y .4
' :l Germany tanic Blood Balm, -
th"I .
ment as tbe scope of the negotiations if .
D. M. Merritt.
: .L ,. ed for SO years. B. r, }j \ :;:
JACKSOI, Tzx. No 23 limited and the effect is never realized. Products.
American .
'otIl I What Is the chief object of a such indications a.* Ull:,-? ..
I WM inbject to miscirriai for three yes,, The allies have neglected to close the Christian; life? T. W. Pickling and in the mouth, ore thr.. ,t' "
!1.j?f. tod suffered constantly with backache. I wrote arsenals and factories at Hankow and eating sore, bone '.
rf1 to yon for advice and after using three bottles Shanghai and have failed to check the WILL AFFECT FARMERS other skin, swollen gland-;t !'

r of Wine of Cardal, according to your dir-etfans. transmission of supplies of ammunition ------ 11. What is the most successful per colored spot*, ch.i..
I and wen, and the mother of ft fiDe "' .
am strong the
to Chinese '
to the minion tion on the ,
t plan carry on work body anal '
lrlehetag Will la's a Law Putting a
girl baby. Tung Fob Slang thus has .
i every opportunity cases where the i
within the bounds
of i
Mrs E. M. JOWEEJ of rallying and equipping his Tariff of .10 (Cent Wheat-It Is
F' et on W. JI.Iertonand other I brows have fallen out i f
. He has
secured the of
army. position 1 skin was a mass; of b. .,
Adrocatnl by the Ajrurlau: Party. 2 r. m. What dipoitionhould a '
dictator terrorizes the empress and controls ,.
f w and ulcer this wotult' ,, .
church make of
member who seldom
the whole movement of troops.It Usher \Va..hLngton News has

}} Iin&fardP'There will operations be necessary of the to allies give the a wider military :! WASHINGTON. IS.-The agrarian 'I, help attend support the church poypelV, and E.does H. Adkiu.son not- free body completely into a (clean clianjrevi p.rf, : ,

and fronHrupti.u-, anti .
in successfully other":, ?
Germany, having
area: party with the .
glow of
h Is no use talking -a baby in the house is the link that binds lee ministers will meet tomorrow, brought about a law at the la.t session .[I 3:00. How should the associationonsidera ; ; 15. J5. is the only knows perfect, .,
| c church that remains
I.j husband and wife tu ether. Nothing is sadder than fruitless wedlock. when probably a final agreement will be in effect two for blood '
i of the reichstag prohibiting, i''years rastorlj, and has large poi-on. So -.. '
The prattling and cooing of the little ones offset a thousand: times the reached as to the text of the joint Chinese the importation of American canned membership? Key. J. a test 15. B. }i. and km wselves

.I, occasional worries and trials of life. When a wife is barren, there is a note. H.McAnnally ; that it curt.will -. :, .
; and others.7UO. .
derangement somewhere in the genital: organs, caused by one or more of meats, is now using its powerful influence 'i be sent free nfcti.u.-

those common disorders known as female trout1 s"Vine of Carduiis Reel Hot front The Gun to increase heavily the import duties Discuss the fact and someway For sale by dru._!-'-

the remedy. It puts the organs: of generation in a strong and healthy! Wa the ball that hit G. B. tead on all grains entering the empire, I,i few to remedy it, that there are so large bottle or H lar.--. ,

11 condition,fitting the wife for the sacred duty of reproducing her kind. man of Newark, Mich., in the Civil notably wheat United States .preachers J. in our a-"ociationRev. treatment) ?">. 1 ,.
During the period of gestation the entire system of the expectant mother War. It caused horrible Ulcers reports L.lttyars other faith in It. B. H. W. w
is built up to withstand the ordeal of labor, and when the iittle! one that no treatment helped for '.'0 Consul Diedrich, at Bremen to the state i lInda" Ul"ia. ri. Devotional eercies \- Trial Bottle Fret- ,
by .1
1 makes its advent it is lusty and year Then Bucklen's Arnica department. The aim of ths uunJ.Us.accorliiu ; }i. J. IJowmun. Sunday 'ullerers, s-o they in ivedyat .

Strong,:well-fitted to grow to ma- UOICS' ADVISOIT IF.FARTMEXT. Salve cured him. Cures Cuts ;; to the consul, is to make Germany school niamt ptinr.llU our experte..1B.1 .
)ta. in. Missionary rmon, b,
Bruises Burns L'oilsFPlons.Corn-. t ,
turity in perfect health. The Forut.cefnraueregnrng.r"tet LM CO .Atlanta .
.. mother, too, passes through the direi' kivire. "yrl"ome. Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on entirely independent of all countries Rev. J. T. Fillin- im.
? trial'ith little pain; and no dread. Lad'.4.'I., tjutanooga rX Tk l turTllOObiruidiKto Tcnn. earth. 25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed for its bread=tuffs and food sup ,'. 2:15; p. in. Preaching, by Rev. J.

Wine of Cardui is truly wonder Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte. plies. H. )lcAnal1\'". Don't Miss this
ful medicine fur women. Druggists. "11 1'. :'1. PllITtHETl.Clfrk.JIayor I Oppsr :::::;;.
j is d.flieul to see, says Mr. Died. "
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Large Bottles for $1.00 at Druggists. HONEY, HONEY-IN--COBT rii-h. "how the proposed national legislation I For a short tn.: > "
\\'o'.lwdr.1rrptt'.I.. '
H. MULLER'S. PHONE "lj.1'; *' eau have any other effect in the away below co-t. ni.i
y WINE -GAREHJ.O ATLANTA Dec. Is.-Mayor Jant's Freshly Parched Mat -->
S. PALAFOX. ions; run than to enhance the price of'he G.I
11 30 cents
Woodward became *>? greatly : per pom.j
!, ualy bread s) uovdful 11 every man, pound* Standard tit;
i t: -
cated the streets last hc
oa : tn;; that he.
.V'tiuuu' and child in this country.' for $1.30. 'Ihi-- In !l.v
was! taken in charge by the police. A I IC.1e
do this to intrml.ii.,
If impossible to understand, h was entered against him on the p'.1 Parched Oiotuui "'.
l CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY FEASTING buyhow the proposed) duty can in- lice dockt and the charge was simply .1 guarantee or to beu;( ,

''rtaso the crops of wheat throughout; "drunk. He was locked up in one of you have been payn!._ .

Germany, or decrease tho appetite of the detention wards on the second floor I per pound for an I i.. :
tuc jt ruiau jH-ople.! of this city prison and kepi there until '
; ............... -. long the good* artpi iKucourage i- ,
- --- -- -- At !m-ciit. however the consul says, this mormn? I' honit- .

ihrre- seems little doubt that the proi -- ----- give trial ord.-t. \\
t Housekeepers and Caterers ., Scalped by a Ir.iiri. a
are now Planning \ > ,1 law111 bd pasied by the r 'icli- J prepared to do rua-iir., ,,
>ta,. As u large portion of the naporuriou NEW BERN K, N. C., Dec. 13: John A. i iI'; in the South.:

1 for the Christmas Festivities which include a of wheat is American gr )wii, Dill in endeavoring to step o5 a I high; tirade Uroc.. i i
will seriously affect tho interests of the
I, mh"ell his footing and ffll. The trl1ll1.// Family, at pricethat: d.) .

't certain amount of Good Eating -__ American"A duty farmer.ot JO or 50 cents on tr'rybuihfl box struck his head, litenilly scalping i tion wholesale and! t't i : i ,

f _ _ __ of wheat," concludes Oou.ulDiednch him. His condition is critical. Helms I NEW ORLEANS BROCEF'.IAS -' : ,
"cannot fail to be well nigh been superintending work on thDela
1 $: i IN MAKING OUT THEIR LISTS ,* prohibitive and the {'olJse'lucnt'e111 be ware breakwater' for Ooitra'-tor Bang, Mi-llK.ll
& ( of New
mere limited markets, fiercer Competition -' HnRhei : 0. York. :'
1'1101\1' ..
II) I'j ,
,' 52..t 2S2525252.525'2522 and lower prices to the producers. -- Bpi

; OF REQUISITES, THEY J NOS. 114-118 EAST GOVERNMENT --- \Vhenyou need a ;and I
.1 SHOULD NOT FORGET tr; ST., THEY MENTSARECONTINUEDti ny purpose, u=e the ru'iial D. meut of Solid Sn-r.,1; .' -

Great IntoriM Slrut1eyed In the \\'itt'iI'itch Hazel t:>al\... a w,111| Rogers Knlv"--. )K"'Kfor : -

11 THAT AT THE WELL- jj{ JAC08Y CAN FIND POSITIVELY Porto o-l'hlllt'I.lnl' 'aI'+. 'known cure for piles andk; i dieaes. --

\V. It healores witl:.'.,.t; ,. ivii-j:: ecccptable i iiiu>
\ -ImNOTON. IS.-Arffiimt-nta in
:1! KNOWNANDPOPULAR | EVERYTHING THAT IS ,i ear, ISewar of count' 1 t 1. liJh; 'Ii Mate If p.1ter.llJTHEPATENTRHJR
th< ljt>rto RI('.)PillltpplUt cast--, 111 vol\ !ti i-' Parmacy, Sidney= Mi : J".MI m :

1 STORE OF..... v/I. /UJ REQUIRED FOR...... iiii: the sfaruof: tno,d countries to the !Sin: 'ppard. Baltimore M :

252S2.S2.,225bv; Uiiitct d :::ate:, were resumed: in tlioUnited :

:$ = TTsThe: Moat Elaborate Dinner Menu, or the Simplest Luncheon. ff;& senators: states and representatives supreme court c'ur"hl today.,'" -----THE--'

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\\ ) had taken part: in the Porto Hi,"u

-------Here are it Few Samples of the Sto'kt'I1 : --- ----- Philippine lojrfelauoii dropped in a; t.l.

r :arguments proceeded and uttouti
I! gave Citizens
t .1'RFea : Oernul\ ;; "lilt lal.Irn : :-:t.rlcd! l rand l'er'ian HII XI'T- : ear t
Taxi.'r Xllddil., lll en Olin'-. It ti-in.., D.1te.., Every Prior to the owning of the sour

Soft e' tell Crab, Claus: B.uill.n. ( ''ros,; et Atmore', Plum Lotus Branlt Variety knnwn the counsel omftrnvd and arram;:'. 1 Ia

)1..lru- 'l'tllli..r (lr 1-I1 JltckWf-II'; 1'udding. :diced to the general plan of procedure, by \\u; .1

,I' Kippered TurtlG. Chow.I1"Anchor Hra:1d P.lche Trade. Edward 0 Perkins, senior roan1 1 in PEN4At1)1, ,

,: Ileirtn., FOR VEuETAIII.: .,: : Pickle,; Sauce;,. Cleaned'urrauts' : ; ]) j..on-Bmun EltcOFFEE: ,I i the Porto Rico ca-e concluded his ur':ti'
' French Imrnrted French Catsup', Npiceall kind C'iI FrnitJam?, New Orle.lD mont today, being followed by Law
;l )fushronii.1 Pea", t'oU Ut'rERTI..)It l'IIEESE : ('fe cent French 1 rence Harmon, counsel in the Phillip- L. HILTON OUF.K.V. JOHN I'.I'1-EI-: } }1.

.J Im'rt..t VllifJlIh: Vudahy',. Ed\II1. Fi, .Market pines case. The appellants then :::1\"" PRE I 111-\: I '
I tlaecnroni<< l"i'luture: AndHo\t',. Itoeh..folt. Jam, Blend, way Attorney General (Jr.:**.'" for the T. E. WELLKS. li,. M. !UUSHNEI.

of all kind;. A"part'lI:1, .\Il lOi1T';; and Xl-ufctJatel, Yglesia: "Jacob", presentation d the rags la !i, hafIr: tiejoviTUinfiir. V1CE-PltEltDE.1. As.-1. t'f'I : .

rr I'ORSUI'PS : Iuuntaill: It/: Atmul'e' Mince Libby' Havana Fillhti ( .

:1 rlt"'II'I .\-p tragll; Meat,, l'ot[ I ire Guava and many Charles H. .AMru'h former solicitor. DIRECTORS:''rlteJ PUllltl-. Hruf'I1IPI"H"t'k\ IIead1.-! '. J.IJ\". Other general and -f\n nrl'Om-d in the Philip-- ,T.; E. WELLESVM..
FI: HER. nIX .M. Ltl\] ; ; :\
U SUp Can uet (1.J, Fruit ('ake.. Fill( FI: : I. : t t .phrrr'h,! .... ('linter Braud pines cake, will close la behalf of the of E. E. :SaunderCo.: .

+ t'g-etJbl.. s. of alll.lllj... \l mace :'1.. A ",' ': .\1'-: fIJang... :and \\I"IIlI;;. ..appellants. ___ ]K. J. WHll':IInK JOHN F. I'FEIFFKR. !MOi ; : .


.""" U Now Matp-l That ;u> Agreement
1 111q'hli',
.I, ;-l,: ,.- JACOBY -:,":::;,J-1; Will !:" KiMt-lie.1. A General Banking Ilmum TrminiHat.Accounts .

: "f'll\' q WA-HIVOIUN.:! ; IIt.J". Secretary

i lII liar had I a roiilVreiKv t'Mluy vita Amlasidi -

j, : r iV.iii'-! ..:.>:, l l'\..h.d solf-ly to \TtpIe' HaiidJcd on Favorable rr-r -
PRESIDENT HAS RESIGNED If you haveany moiiey loan up- til- 'uiiiesxj sue'--ti'in. Tee result was
H. Thurne of Wills CreekCoal i Lou UHmgo: Bought and Sold -
--- :: good rollatt-ral security, or fir.t to elixir UIl sumo obscurity as ro the Colled,,
eomm.tll.l.ut West II.,,, Al+o Tendered Co.. Ruilalo, O write"I j(niortsrasres upon real t'statcorre.. Pckini;: a;its tent and unless. uuexjw: ,ctfd -
l UN He.III.tlllI. have beii alllicted with kidney and ;. spend with Thos. Watson opJ'.iti0u| [ come. from some otherourr0 Promptly Attended To.ACCOIINTC .

Tf!.<-\i/wmv, Ala. IS.-Tho sequel to bladder trouble tor yearpa*'in2 I & Co., who: will attend to ame neither' the state dt'ptrtml'nl..rrHl
gravel: nr with excruciatini I tor you without charfre. embassy has nsison tj
the of the stn,tents of | __ any ap-
I nvfiit ujiruius pain. Other medicines only gave I -- ----
pr heiid further delay! in the cou-um- SOLICITT'D.Th
I the University of Alabama, hit bi-eu en- I relief. After takin Foi.t.v's Kn-! J. M. Milliard $ Co. emI n:.'=I"U of the agreement. Acei' rdinj to .
XKV: CfKK: the result was surprising .
iterI"I. I ofiicialhire tau l'rin h Kournuviir is -
r. A few doses started the brick du-t I ploy only union labor and \in thorousja iiocvrd with our policy
The.t ll'nt carried !little shooting asd"vilopvd
u on a
!p like fine !stones. and now I have no the I
f. I use only union material. in recent Pekin Ul' )tla. f
.f cannon crackers, but the faculty state pain across my kidneys and I feel l
that it is customary for such to occur like a new man. FOI.KY'S KIHXEY ,I They build everything on e Star Laundry
I "
daring the week precedinj; Ohri'truas. Cure hasdone me $IPN) worth of wheels. Maiiehester at U ashinjton.WtsiitvoTov. .

Dunu the dar it was IUIIIOUIlCIJll I g'ofd." Take no substitue.I', A. D,,>c. '".-Tbe Dak,' and ,
! ColnlllattdafttVest ha.t reMgned, his D'Alemberte.) I Counterpanes done up for toc each iuehos of Manchester accompanied fI /

resigu.tttou immediately to take began effift at u once.celebrationof Thoboys I I Military ball at the- -Armory-- New I New Method Laundry.Cleanliness by Melville Kills the duke's secretary I THE f m REEIAUMDRY l f ijf WEST I FLORID! !

the event with cauium crackers audihor.tinsj. Year's eve by the Pensaeola Light is next to \nud intimate friend arrived here ovthe -'r
Artillery. : Baltimore and Ohm railroad inlay
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The tol"UltWI\< in se-t-Mii m the af- I' Godliness, examine our in I the private ear of Kjsrew: Zimu1t'r.mau.

eruimii while the toys were luiliil iiism The handsomest kitchen whenever you please the linked father-nl-law. Tne I "
their! cl'l Two im-nilrM ot HUGS .; ;I Cinciuuati train '.vas i.ttp and th. N"\\
!Jmll"l1. Cull'sit
} I! and t)1 Done Just J t llt; t twill
the faculty.ho are ni'i' i with ; nn and at the see for yourself. Has Yorlt: trari was hi-ld\ in order that 'ne ,

the tries. wire iip[>,iinti..l u committeetaaihiH' I offered.I i this invitation been e..tendI Ink- !arid dacheaS miht nut !lit- ie
.1 cheapest prices ever
them to U-ist This the cadet I taiu-.l.
del ahuo.-t \': ed to you by others. Try a --- make a man I u; ,, .
ini'iitduitcly.. in Pcnkacola. See our dis ppr..prl.l\flni( ; Oxpr S7.V; (>",OOO.WAIUNITON -. .i' 1 ';.ay. t u'f' t.Jlar-; :
. S-niiir Captain Jam. K I'liriinu has i meal at the ,X'ew Cordova wr"m .
IX-o. is.-Te! ;: are ruduetiv, ( :
l>oei] .ii|< only 50 cents. 1 (I".r mid profanity i t" .
ICe and
-TVh< n C.ipt.tinV." t' p nii.iII..U committee: on rivers harbor 'xi u .14
-- palling .
dfpn-e. W.Illlit
wan ., 1 in he unhall tine t.'ivs I to nave their rt ]port niipVt: ii 1 : .n
,l.t t,i...i niNirtily Tlie resijrnat V" thn 1.-[ I'r
\ I tu Holiday! ri'CVvi. The total: i i- innumluff .t. "!lId find a f.i i-
\\ 1.1 1>- aci-'iti'il by the I'xwuiucum- ,
far'bl'yollrl the ori.iual: atin \\
up ITt 1'-
; 1''IItII"I'
; the
inittiT i'antam is
one 01 .
lOll and it may be f.UIllllt..n. .u.d what '-dii t .
f must popular moil in th> unuiT-it"The McMillan Bros. Co. 51 ale all around. It is umloratooii mad /) Ill tllf IJ.-t"| Wl r .
student "Uiar.l of coutrni'rate : \
that they will ('XHt'I'rv iiillui'tice inpnveut th bill with continuing cnutiu% u- 0-. 1'(' :> \* i- i to l>-art-1 1ft :!" .J i ii
I uow agruexi njioii etcec-ds j73,(>Xu.i., 'I .
j t' niic nr 1 w
I' jut-1
any fnrthtr iliirii ul snow rltip ;/ I 1 -l .
if .. "ur w..g n.
a everythingi.l qui.'t wn.luaiMiuii ,
IJ" lser to "lIt"'I'.1 Bra'ir.
; a< the Cadets have ;jzottfti rid ( \ Coppersmiths
,)i the ""lIIlUiU.bllt.bu Iris: left t >r Ills \\. \ II1'1TOD'l'. lb -At th.' i-abi-

I, home tn Union Spriu;:-*. r r> mietins; toby it wa aanounc'lt. ALL WORK 0. O. 1).

Pre-ui-ut Powers :1l1 MrV, .i -nclnitil General! Metal Workers.! ..>it "apta1ua Rods of Petersburg; ,
Most ]His.tively t J make .. ( 'i Y.I u'ud! b-' appoiut) l noliertor of inj.
when ",'I'IL i$) ruai rt-venue t<> sneceed the lare C lo. '(1Otlnd:\ CALLED FOP. AND DELIVERED FP.KK.1.y'WALKE
The re-u-iuition of the pread.'ui -if .5'T11J.o LilrtC: Uf of and Hud 1t1m for Ito s ;!...1 .!..1uErody.. Nothing of imp<.irt-
the 1'iuversity ALvlnmi, Jam K
.. ..incirraarpir'd at the meeting, both l IKGRAHAK.ESTABLISHED Mar .,: r
Powers, was scut tt1t1U,; (; \' 'ru "* H
M en t.trte.lay and Iloot: reporting that ,
Jelks yesterday. The rp..Ijllaf1.n w, :. Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Siill tj-.y :,."d nothing to cummnuioate.
tak-' effect at the close of the pn- ut
-- : 18G3.
; tl:1l1tlf the lh.l Kl Jiui'\
- Lt f hd Led :New Olpan RestonV -_. --
ilnjs a itpirfcg test b tti c.! 'd.
Ielrg.tte to iliirltlnif ( onsresRIUN -.. \ \-IIStoT0X. D.-C. IS.-J. R. Pitkmof

I >WUUa Doc. I H.-OfUiulnotification MOBILE ALA. N. w OrLauha, prestntod his rtM';- McKENZiE OSETING & CC

'..1.- b-'t'l1 rl'oi\'l'lof d,.'..' tats n a-. po=tma>ter to the I, stmastor

f pate: to the luanttme coiure, having: p,') The re>iruatnn 1-1 tcntativt o AJ-tH3: : IX- --- _- J

i lk ; 1:1: ? ,lubmittf upon certain condition..
been aoppiuntrout 'uver. New York
Louisville, New Orleans) 1'l1Jlaldphlll! -As tie pt tma-ter general has been m Ship GbandleFy and General Uardrna-e.

. and other place Interest is cnmin,: E. PETERSEN 1". rich for tae past few days no action

- in the congress. which con\cue: here has yet been taken... :..__ __ 603 AMI 605 S. 1'\1. U OX HTIIKKT.REVKRE .
Jan. 30 next. -DKALER IX
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lien], Itiper FOR ,HOARSENESS..on of- --Hutton- Ind.. Imported and Domestic Wines, Liqcoi-s and CigarsICE s"I Dr. C. J.have Bi:u-edFoLEY's hop. Aznew. HI Mich,:NKANI \, ] COPPER COMPANY.- AGnNOV-JOHN A. KOEBLINtt'S-- :\ ( J

TAR in thrfp severe ca-f- GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A.
very RUHrJEL A k HON'B Pl'MJ'-
he had not spoken word above
says COLD BEER. of with good: rrultin I
a whl*p-r for mont**, and one Iwt- every pneumonia cae. There i i.. nuthnto I GIBTH: Coriiji, Pilsis: ails, h ti1\\ \ lEStrarais! CkirU, lihn; ihlnCOMPASSES. ) :
tie of FOLEY'S Hoxi-n ANU TAR restored JUG TRADE: : :A: SPECIAL: : rood.V.. A. D'Alemberte.
his voice. It is u,ed largely by LOGS ETU
--- -- ---
speakers and sinzers.! THketi sub- Corner Keu* atd Government Street, Tak best girl to the military C : '
your McKenzieOertinjrjlk tin; .VT9at for B1rPilot+ B :
I etitut W. A.D'Aleuiberttt. I PENSACOLA: FLA. ball at tie Armory New Year's eve. <:iation.e .

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CONSTIPATION He Takes Issue With GompAr ODMrikes. MTA

rlsthe ROCK chat WRECKS many! CHICAGO. Dec. K-Tbe. second and is the basis of wealth, and

rlivcs. It brings In its train bodily evils, last

tr'ngTIand that TO slowly RMOvfTHI5 cheerfulness but, surely CONDITION.destroy} TAKEPRIKLY health; cotnpjsed day of conference of the practical arlitratration in session and experienced here and,conciliation and CLAUS ATcoirs rmml hi t Mi l \II lb U I Im ct tmlDt

men representing both capital and labor.

rA5H va marked by the nr=t speech of tho that can be found in the South.BUY "

conference as unequivocally in favor of
compulsory arbitration of labor disputes. NOW BEFORK THE BIG ADVANCE THAT IS :SURF. TO COME.

This speech was delivered by the venerable \VE HAVE BARGAIN'S IN I10 IES. BUSINESS PKOPE1UY,

BITTERS Hugh II. Lusk. member of CITY AND SUBURBAN.S3. .
parliament of --- -- ----
Nw 2-aland. Jlr Lu-k !

If is a marvelous; systemcleanser and regulator. received the closest attention, for while J Stillman
the : CcsEast
L great majority? of other speakers disagreed -
Permanently CURES a constipated habit. with him, deeming compulsory:

corrects trouble in.the digestion. Purifies arbitration Impracticable m this coun of Plaza.h. .-$

the blood strengthens the try his story of the success of the system
m New Zealand
PUT5 Tnt YSIHII" PlRrUT aroused their deepest :: ( t, "It has its laurels."
ORDER interest. Mr. Lu k, m reply to Mr. Writing Desks. .' :. justly won II, Soups,

SOLD AT DRLGGIS1S.A : Oompers', assertion la-t night that it /I.,. f; i If Fish, Game Hot and Cold Meat, etc., are
was the '
Price JOO laboring! tn1n'srizht. under :1
and all circumstances, or merely because Blocks. ;.1" #:\ "!'..' given a most delicious flavor 1 ly using

Le pleased, to strike, declared! that Mr. ,
Gompers was desisnatiusr .
; as liberty' '
:I; .h X1'\ :IX I2rtc J3.. Sr oei* .l Acn.ts. what should be called lutne. I Games.; ;" : '; \, t'Pl;, .', Lea & Perrins'
"In New Zealand" ail the speaker. ; 1

-- "we want no such hbmy. We do not i| ; .

;tE TRICKY TURK. I JINGLES AND JESTS. want to cause FCtTcrin nmous thousands Hook*. \ 'yf

-- I --- of our fellowmen uurely becausewe : I.'t SAUCE

\' ,nir, t<> help civilize China f De Man Ah Oum Fl' JoIaUn To. i 1lca.e to strike.. ': \
'____ i : ;T. ,
"r II.)' con' to help in the ': lie han Ah c ,Id li <1<,.UU to, '. Albums. : n. 1 '"ry '"IU*
-au i.> humorous when Let Al. it till r< j \\111.t 'luttn me an you Over 1,000 Vt't! v ohll..r '

"i In.-I'ittsburg Times. lie ain't hi) kir.t .,1 man; Ojt's rlgtdilie's SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. IS.-Within a !: THE ORIGINAL WORCESTERSHIRE 6. 4' J.
.. sultan has bought too ludii-hu";, nil an an tight tAn Prayer Book?. _
/ an au.I
wliut's niu', .It! mans coninvin, too, > few days more than 1,00) sick soldiers T
I '',t.u.s to run it himselfMm : -' "An fi i lie mares dul Hid | MlTJir.Vf\llF. Of I.HIT.'TIOS5. JOHN IifNCANS !''Ios<. ...;'nl.. New York.
can collect that Kl.turauce. a jou r ,,: will be on their way home from the ;!
< lie's g"in< to that you ryitwf out -- .
.. f 1: Philippine; The Grant and Sherman Hymn Hook
l) '
i euver Hqlu! N.JW, dut'i Jos' buw lie dune std me; are now enroute with J50 men and the i I Don't Throw Away

How come nu in Lia debt. you see, Shttidan i scheduled: to leave Deo. 22
!I.t(, ip"thing in politeness. An dit's how I..:'* made all be'I woof with 6W more. '. :; Bibles Good Money
t jiifiutulatiim to 1'iesi- chetm [ i i
lly pee out tiey st.!!;
I' i, a modtl 1 of suavity. tom ceo!. I.) hlie stock IIUU-KS, Un'; Ball Tlayer Injured. on poor coil.: Thfii-I1111,1f'! erouo-
I.t have the heart to con- lob: lout till .e'tuut lit ar u..ut Catholic Rook I tnthan you ate awart "f in burn-
"' "* I, LosAxGEi.ESDee. 17.-Frank Chance, > Prayer lug hih grade\ iil. 'J he (ialii
: i' 1I: )'l1lt'nt of that little; \. ; i-" vay
iT < il.l. Ah'sptrt you know de h'anh; '1 the catcher of the Chicago baseball club don't tly up the i-ldniutv dillu:,esiieiit
Hats ole lull Julmiun tail an 1 It an. 'i I \ birth Ionand
MTuik Lin fooled) all : [ and at present playing in the Southern !i Purse tfeclive.. and
An a'l lu\c up| an lallm 'wa>,
'."t.ry. l It would tc a great '( a'.., Lea proof fUl.vt'l )>isK<.(, ,!ilrr (ay, 'California State league is in a precarious kpijiyour romnw.irm without
1! in brought: up with a An I 'fpeit it', true; lie's stmcy 'UL! i condition resulting from being; hit much liibor I: or hi'at-y<>ttl' 0"111 without -

I. .1'..'Eras just as the \\- lull anything, de gaud Laud kiivtt; i on the head by a pitched ball. Kodak; annoying ji II, and it costs no
: who collected tribute WVOl't lour l.i.-&e'f tm dccfiit slut, i more.thou what you !pay for inferior
Ill's ].s' dot natilml lutr an tough! For I good' .
1 i '!MtiMiis! of Europe were Over Fifty Yeara.MRS I
Hain't bought hn uift no fhuti nor OnuKnee
: I t.y our adu-nturoiis sea ,, WlNBLOW'fl SOOTHlSa SYRrP hftlbeen Manicures.:
de} vai manned lust, Ah iur! ; used tor !
over fifty by millions of
Ii i utury no.-l'I laJdphian Jn Itbts huh uabh an s'p'u't huW(, mothers for their children while teething, Thompson ien ili Co
Dm docs de. 'oman muse to dee. with perfect succefc It soothes the child
An nukts huh kiep his m..nncs hid; softens the gums,allays all pal .cureew'Iud Dressing Cases. ,,
Million* Oi\en Auay. :Sow. "t..e. man All's dealm ...IJ.Ill' 'colic and U the best remedy lor Diarrhea. ,,
It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m- Telephone 147.
f 'Ttainly gratifying; to the nun's a low down hvpocrite! mwlmtely. Hold by UruuRists: in every
know of part of the world. T."nty-Iho cents a bot- Smokers' Sets.
one concern in '
Ah m got tie rash; but 1"1J he quit tie. tie. sure and ask for "Mrs. WmMow'sSoothing i I
,1-dwlm are not afraid to be An treat me lak be ougl to do, : dyrup."and take no other kicd.Intunlty B. WRIGHT>> GOfllPflflY
.-. .- to the needy and suffering.prietor He'll neiah git a rent of ar. r5:14IdL ,
; ; ,,' of Dr. King's New Not it he aids tacit jut';tiivi.t lost I Among Negroes Increasing. Jewel Case
!, for it he lauli ..iJ IIK-, Ah'll l.u't him too i j tn.
Consumption, Coughs RALEIGH, Dec. 17.
v.-ry -Insanity among i I MA :SI FAiTrKKKtAM' 1-l-AI.F.KS IS
Jalnta U. Curruthrrs in Truth i i
.iC"tl" have given away over found '
negroes i* to greatly increasing ;
'.u! li.illlon trial bottles of thU great t Infant Wets.i i iI -
Inellull.le. in North Carolina. The avrluia for { LUMBER LATHS
'..' .II' IIII' ; and have the satfcfac- I TT
'. :I. '.! knowing it has absolutely In the blue mountains of Tennessee a ,, negro insane has been twice enlarged in i ,

.rd" thousands of hopeless cases. mother is postulating!; earnebtiy with ,: 20 years. The legislature will be asked !J Shaving Bets. !
A'!''>mi. Bronchitis, Hoarseness her dau ht(>r. to appropriate! fjO.OOp for another en- k SAVED CYPRESS SHINGLES-Klrtiei Sapj 1

aid all diseases of the Throat Chest "Yes." the young girl has already said ,j' largement. Fully half of this j ear's ar> I II I J

std LUUJJS are curtly cured by it. "I'm gains to marry Bud llangforth! i.plications! for admission have been re.1| Photograph Sets. _. PENSACOLA: FLA.

( ail; ,>nV.. A. D'Alemberte, Irujj'it "Hut," protests the niothc-r, "he is': i' fused for lack of room. There are over I,
and socially so much your Inferior." !| 400 inmates. |
get a free trial bottle.
!'.... liar :size 60c. and $I. Every "Love simply.levels rank the daughter simpers i,|' Ills- Fire-In-rie\eluud.--- j|I Clove Itoxes.Handkerchief. i iI iI I DUNN'S HOTEL>

i :tlt guaranteed or price refuudedlIadt'r' I
CIEVEHNP. l;. Fire
".\.t'," esilaiuis the elder woman, witha early today ,

Liner Hirer, "hut think! of our faiiulj I almost entirely destroyed the big i Boxes. !i
: Opinion.B fending with tlin'-o impossible, gawky, !! plant of the Urown Ilo'.tting and Conveying

-rrufessor Huxley says anN'r parvenu ltangfirthsl"The : :' Machine company Five out of | THREE REGULAR MEALS EACH DiY 25 CElTS EACH
o a mare complicated piece of girl zhi\t'1'i prrceptilily and jet Cravat Hoses.
seven buildings: usixt by the
!.a"! ". "y than the finest Swig watch. laajus I'IIIUuH-J.-lIdrlit Journal.In re-I company i;
M.fiisOh: well, ho pr hally ate too are in ashes aud property estimated to i ii '| Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
I be worth JiOO.OvX O
over wa entirvly con
tjn: t .lIt't-X York :
Weekly. !
-- t\it theI.t.<>. j' turned. Eleven hundred workmen are j Brass; Novelties. 1 OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ill KINDS IN SEASON. .
was niai.l u( honor
of :
thrown nut employment as a result
\\nnU Too Much. Anil I uaj 'Ins lest man. I f
I'., <|'I1t, grout Inch l>y lath And in the aisle "e luitrretl while % the fire. __ '_ 'j Celluloid Novelties. ( SPECIAL ORDERS KT ANY HOUR.
Hut nun U rub a dunce The wedding march l>r,:an! Dr. lloge's I"rohabll'lIct'f'S'Iur..
He ">>tr* hi* lirrith in grumbling Jli- heart was wildly! heating, i i'ouud
\VnMl\OTON.. C. Dec. i -Fromtl.mtfll.'ttper: :; Day. Lodging; .ji'Cf-nti.
17. Rev.
Fur IK anu it all at one*. 11} trrat dad full of j

--l1uuo; RecorJ.nt For Uas fatmt that of one the at fair side! | J. M. Wells of Srauntoa, Va., has been : Leather Novelties: 517 and 519 South Palafox St. PENSACOLA, FLAC3aristmas
\ Much l.ofl. called to the jiastorate I ( of the First Tres- i!

I. 1A'hrre is my trunk? The I toile! tumid and whi!'ifreil bytt-rian church of this eitto succeed i ii Silver Novelties.

11 .. :-,. 1:1II-1 ruuMu't find any And turned main to see i liev. IV\ton H. Hogo I 1) 'I>., who resigned i I
And fur awhile there in the aisle
t' i. i ni. but l'v.' gut the Law(1t! with! I about a year ago to become pastor |
The pods wtre good! to n.elI Iron Novelties*.
'.. of Warren Memorial
church Louis
"It. nil.-New luik Weikly.A taw the naidvn blukhirjr; i;,

I "id. cough or la grippe can be Ve two her ouuhone the head r"toII.eard i villa .. i -ANDHoliday .
sigh my was high! Stationery: Novelties.
li'p-d in the bud" with a doe or And Joy was in mjr br
tw" FOLKY'S HOXEV AXI TAK. 1 The reader. of this will bepleased '
K-WI-; the wa maid i of honor paper China Novelties.
I Ilsuhstitutes.V. A. D'AI-
learn that there. j is It.'a.t'tint' '
And I was his brtt man. to :
'" ,t Ili
rl.' I And there my pride Ignobly died dreaded di\ ,i\iri,. that scienceha Liquors

-- And! there my shame brgantlUr been able to cure in all it.. *ta e* Gold Pens and Pencil4.

})11'rturM'' Ilttnd.so1llelFrantel tram was long; and splendid, and that i* catarrh. Hall' 'atarrh
And suddenly! somehow, '
Cure i i. the
only poMtive cure nowiKiiown '
Fountain Pens. -A I
M!} fret and it got blended, the"inedical -
I to fraternity
Aul we are strangers now'!
'i't'1/ renflyto hang at unu- -(,'", ago Tiroes-Herald. Catarrh being) a con-titntional disregnlr's -

'If, 'J low /fl'iec..Ilttrstolt "'t..t.. a ntitutional trtatinint. Frames? and Pictures. j S. A. FRIEDMAN'S
Hall'-; Cat.irrli Cure is taken j
,', i ;> .V rnrniiiirnir. internally acting) dirtctly upon! the Christmas Cards. ,

This world is but a fleeting show brood tutu\ inucoiiurfiu-*-' "f the
We Strive toKeep Ity fend ilui!I troyingtli. foundation ;j:1;;:) South r.iliilox ., 1'E1S.1 ( 'HI.FIJ.) .\ ,

t arc thcv wingriw New Year Cards. ,
ot the dieae, ami /giving thpatient e - -
t ho wi.c they" can't l,>' f-ioM.: ,
you Well. W'.,htneton; SUr. strength by, l.uildinglip tht'ulitltllttilIll.l P I ain JMW r. ('Hvpiir iiily: Jar.!,' -hiinnmN 11111.4 i iti d :n.d 1)Olt1Piitft'

I.j.tingnctllff' in Calendar:*. i ""iU... :11'.1: i I.IP"I: ] ; al-> tli- FII.< -t lottid! aI." ( ':i (J- odof! till De-
l i '11". t; mption, Bronchit- doing'k.. The proprietors I"cripti"n-.
Many persons have had the eS- have .ti nnli faith in curative I

I Diphthcria) ; and all Ilf'rir-lIct> tlf Mr. Peter Sherman of ,(Ilirrs.ttlatth.'yotrrrOut1GHUlr) r.I Booklet I'1pt'.d! :ttt! .,iif-i'i! :iivcn to 11.1:1:1 IIId) c.'"i lId, r. i' .1,11\1 l ry to apart
North Stratford, N. II., who :"ay<: ])ilar- !1"1' .my errs that it fail tcure. "' of the!: i-i'v. :> iti-tn."ii: _n u 'nit*"''i 'I i 1:1,1.- : : ', 'Id i iViitfc '
.1 ma lung troubles j "For yt>ar" I suffered torture frotHchrtlll'ic aui! f<'r !list of U...liinoni.ilAddn prier

besides' indirection; but Kodol Jy"- '-. F. J. ('11 EX t\: fe (".>..
prevented, pcp.ia Curt- made a well\ man ofm Toledo,",1t1 TOYS. :: litS. A. FRIEDMAN

; !uarmth and com- i *.'% It diie-[;; what you eat and i bv I ruugi-t*. 7.:
cort.iin cure for dyspepsia( and Hall' Fannlv )'111.. :re the bot.
.. v ll"ingeither the -touiaoii trouble. It p'ive-* relief ati p. o. u.x ; i 1". 7 i I"j i InLi'j
,Ir j 1'I\; '.\r.\ I' i.1.
i ouc"evpu in the Wt' ease*, and I
l'!-r: '- ;, ink, Ouecn Lead!'can't help but d<> gond. Karp'U u. l lL TAYLOR _

: Klondike, Alaska, Pea- ;j I Sheppard.Pharmacy Sidney Kahn, John MANI'FAuTUI1ERtF Toy?, TIME TABLE.

'* j Hudson! Chest Pro- : 1':1 Het.-. -----

: '. ':' '-in Chamois' = vests ;, Encourage home imluslnjUse .'. :: KattleKnbber-. i :N 1 M i J 11.1 !I.\M: \1\: : ,
1.OT --
; }< \ S/Hiivn'ti Erapo- :) i
>Ll\ Prices and styles: -- -- -- ... ................ Toys.Rocking : .U" '" No I _. J *o..Ii.
ratc(1.S'orrp'.tr !i L.n.ii; l 1 li i :." p in L. t\' r Mi-f. '.1" A \ i III ,'am
!Ij ,.u ryonc. Save a : ) : -.':1"pin '.' '-' t.i.t! .\ i. t lm,., 1 : t.. I'"
_. Horses. ] at:1 .\ 'In \1'' d u,1 li '.n II '
-- 4r.pnt:I ".G : nillb'
d' '-, lill! :( and be com-:1 .. l *:.JI'plU T |" HTII Ar ". Ne,. Inar- l' .1' '.11I ;..i5pnr
!tetlical l .ic-eiy, .lttertr''". .
.'. .
;ia< pili' .I III r' Mi I f.n.-i \ \ 'n) :;"I I" III
'!; : \ Call and see the i There will )>e .1 rejr!ilar meeting d Doll Carriages.: lox in .i |I' to .\rrj .:,.. N'iMl.: ., .'n.. : v.. r. .'" '\ m
-. 1:.-'!noun "'a III MI.ft j.u.\ : I I." I i" -'.::'an(
the 1'en ac 1 Medical Society at Wheel lUrrows.Child's t'i 6 p ra : ., _tn_ __ tlnt _Irormt.atI_ tent't_ 1'111 HI.'p
:;i'cni! :->styles and pat-;' the R.:1rd of Health oillce at *- .-..,. (- ___I.r;_. __ : : __ _
o' Dec. 1'5.Viitin !; !
t Tuesday;
Chairs. :
:: :i; \V. T. ( reen'slru
r physicians" are cordially in CORK OF [VIET!; mmm[ .
I > invited to attend. So. :i. No S. N'o :Vii. .
Store South Pal- Doll .
Chair- ,. .
37 -Knight: T."" m j' '1-a : I III ,
J. H.VKKIS 1'fRI'OT. Jf. B.. .
ai{ t\. line' Executed in the Highest Style of the Art 1. .V-niuht! i.II< a m M : i m i.n
Also an elegant 1're-ident. Dell HamlUl Ck9. 4 "' 11 ..I sa: It ii t d. -I, I in "
M.\ :;.'fi.i.rM t CRI .\R\'. M. D., autatn\: t.'::lHmi 0.".. i pOI ...... 1,11.

01 Christmas: goods. in25tf: Secretary.: W ark Called For 2nd>!d CeliradUSEK Doll Pianos. 'I '7lIIIttl A'I a in ,. '!tanl,oni-nrj" In MarinniiH'.r .lunr'.iTaila' .u ":. .,*- p I in m .IfDOOD 11J.'am

I ... ; p in : !:black I !. Ill ... .
(CHARtiF.. Banks.Kaleidoscopes.. I 7 :;'PIII -." ..,' .. ..m .. ..
il I .
r: .J. GEEKERJ : No. 9 North Palafox St.

Fruits., Nuts Cigars & Tobacco ,, Magic l : Lanterns. LODGE DIHECTOHY Thos. Pebley,

No. 9 South Palafox Street. Tool Cheats. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. .
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Christ inn (,0t* soul Fireworks.vslers J Drums. Tenoacola Lodge. No. :$. Ii. of I1 REAL ESTATE i
are the most fatal of all dis ACENT.
in Every Style, Hot Coffee with Doughnuts ind Light Lunches. meet every Monday evening ,
r- Steam Toy at at Custl" Hall K>'n'*. store t lid A.. I.;h>r A" ':<>unts (.ol>
eases. 1 I',.t.-'! ami ,
D the Hloun' -- Wat'ouf. tt III'tlllJ' '' t Made

Holiday] Goods for the Million KIDNEY CURE III Paper Dolls. 'T" l1.i\ welcomed:i.nii? hr.tH..n"iinl l I'oor.v'l.itin cordially. I C:., r- ::01 '\Vin-n,1/ I "' -l"ir4'" -a,, art
FOLEY'S $ .1 1 B':' .. ,. .
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eytraitiiii Hiaiij Gun*. -. J. KKt'.Ft:,
- Toy
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(S"I am recciviuzdaily; Line Invoii-Mof Stprlins Silver Xovpltiel iR.ot: !oI. ta teen en Improved Reel
-,1.1.,1't I ;!,,_! Article*, m (.ireat \'arift.of. the Kiche Duality and New or money refunded. Contains Toy EttUSturt Seearity.

la->ilv'r Hollow-war- th.- Table-C'olloe 1. Tea*. Nugars/('ream*. remedies recognized by emi ri.ntnuTree Ornaments. W. o. W. D 'r' C 'sn : Grocers Store

-. I' iKe :Stand*, Xut Bowls. Bf'lflw1.*. etu. nent physicians as the best f for MiH'fPrices .-. Live Oak); Camp No \\'clIclmallllflilt "i
ltir.lIUll'P A--ortment of Fine 1'ipes.
Kidney and Bladder troubles. all >\ orld. for acceptable Ideas.
P. arc night fleet, fl'ft aid t''d 'r.1ay DIJT m
LINDENSTRUTH, Jeweler, PRICB 5Oc. Uki $1.00. each moots' ,"ing iv-rt-.,i:, c.,rdllylcTitrd > [m State if patented. 4 \,:
No. 110 South I'AI.I'PEXS.COL..\, 1'LV. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. The Stock Immense !_6* I t!. R. !AMI!, Clerk.. W. WATBOV.c.C THE. Baltimore PATENT RECORD Md. I
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Santa Claus is ever present i ,- I .. .- ; I Of every conceivable I

t here in the spacious depart- j u 1
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ment devoted to these interesting j Ej Bought here is sure of being used and i,, ii i

I ; amusing and I love- i( %; enjoyed by an appreciative i i From Haviland's Finest' I

It inspiring articles so dear to i U recipient for fif (i iI i\ 1 Creations at 100.00, to pretSPECIAL het 10l-Piece 1111': I

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I and dainty rtyles o. Eng-1-
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Chilhood. ( ij
Happy / II';'The Wife 1'-( lish and American tnanuful) patterns . .OU ..

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The Mother Father t1 !
111 \ j i: : .. ,'OlJJi' /Yi'cc.v from thrVi Poltl'r- .

i i There is no joy like the joy that belongs I 1 1\ Child Sweetheart. f1 ) () ?\'\@< ??v! A'.v of the J['1 JiltlW1Iu! otln-r ;,Itl:.- '

i I, to the doll period. The largest stock of : I \j or ... ) i 1 'I"I wnker of.HJJJfWJJ.' '& ''. ', .:

i Ithem is beneath this roof; it is an abode for I --*>4t <- : ,

,y strong, beautiful, robust, perfect dolls.TOYS ; 1 | This store contains more useful I; : Fine PlateFih and Name Sets, Salad nowlI I
f I Comportiere;, New style Relish Di-he,*, Chocolaty-1
m'ost interesting as well as useful H : '
1 sents to select from than is
; Cups and Saucers oy-tcr Plates, Poll Tray.-, (_'' ,

( for Toys-Go Carts, Wagons, Velocipedes '; j f; convenient to mention here. ::1 i Jar, and many other aiticle any of which raak-

+ and Tricycles. ( ,::1 (

iiU;; '?' So Easily Purchased, Toe. ; ... 1 \ Useful, Elegant Gifts.

; r4 Candelabra with Shades and Fancy Can l, r1

dles of Various Hue,*-Colors b: Because Prices are Fixed for Your t s Chafing Dishes

in keeping with !gcheme3for decorations. CANDELABRA i .

i a.. in Silver, Wrought Iron and Bras*. ) ; Comfortable Buying. ::1
\i i i OF p.riiNisHKi muss: _\\11\: II !i-. '
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fI Lamps V. For WIFE, MOTHER .g ;. ( S PLATE, COMPLETE WITHLI.!. I 1- '

\ t are -pecial\ di :; In Beautiful Designs of Hand-Painted, Transparent, and : \ p things and Mower KovtU. sugar BuwU, f1

1:1: Opaque Shades and Bowls. Parlor Lamps of various! d)J Lr. Cream Water I'ltcbeis Hotttes, Spoon Celery Gla--e Trays., 1 ( ;

p f;a designs ; Piano lamps and Hanging Lamps- I ') |; Rieb 1 Gat t Gl ass. Celerv Bon Trays Holder, Water?, Ice Tankards Tubs, Jlim:1 am : ( :} FIRE SETS *

1 r Lamps for LIIKAKY, HALL or DKX.f : I ) various other desirable pee11 \ .: ,I
r I i I Ii ) 1 seldom Ku-li tuttlnns and Arttitlc 1'at'I
i Toilet the mo t exquisite coloring ) V. Exquisite Designs ,, ttrn-i. 9 !/ ,, Of Polished BraL.. and \Vroagit! Iron ;- they lend t >01. :
Sets j
) tf.j seen away front exclusive : Q : I

!I and designs, In whichare ( d Metropolitan Ktores. I V I ;. I II and Elegance to Open Fireplaces and are MMreftil -: .
'P wrought the artistic skill and talent: of the best potters.iu t i1 ,

shades to match the surrounding? of any room. ; t i : !! Aece=urie to all Rooms. I
: Then here are mentioned Salad HOWlS, Kon-Kon Dishes j : I II
Pin Trays -alad Spoons. Fried I I Ii
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r : v.:, articles. in O Oyster>ster rervere Folks,, Kl-h 1'reservepoons Sets, Berry, :;1 r, i Andirons, Coal Vases, ;

ART ERIG-A-BRAGmt k S TEQL/fiq SILVER Set, Asparagus Fork-.leaTable :A ( .
I. : V.V: ancllh".rt spoons. Forks etc; )I I I
also HILAMtPLtlKliWAKKof: 1
G 4f : ) V. always useful and of a last.thl' Famous Hogers Hros: 11'-1 71 1 i Pokers, Tongs, i ij
: makeknown as the lie-t-the ,
So: anxiously i\'Ell I by ; l j
every t,! ing vain best known "
: Woman who loves arti-tic eI:viroementandeverywotnan, ; L-I. Fenders.Bohemian .
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.:: considers her home her palace--50 easily made co'II'. ; : .

' less: L< -Rare i Hppciiiiens of Royal Woicenter, Crown Derby, ; (
t Glass Ware
'.::1{ Coalport. Teplitz, Royal Dresden and other Prized Ware B : ,
r .\ for Cabinets, Iltageres and Mantellttal ".\rf' (i.nd> at Gerson9j:

( 1 the I t-,,, g i Boer Steins, Bisque Fibun ',.

4 .;. ::|)i=:Most Popular of Prices.=z@:* ,' t: S. PALAFOX STREET. ;1 :i Picture :Frames, Pnacy Mirrors.

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Y Lora SrnMoii i iAH i :! I'll--! < ililc. Charles andMatFr11, ]'' Nai/. Ai i ,
; I'otn. (,lr.! .!d Sr \'inc<'nt pee. _._- --
of the member of the bo-ird: of Pj.ll.M-:ipiiM. 1 p. .- :> -"(J.vrt:. I F\"nd is I HMiur.. :Nor -11 I H..I..n'1"1' ;'
I '! f I h,: tin in'ir! toilau. ...... ?',"'.11: MMcinU.i: Ku. sid La- I'liltiia-: SoKnianuel \ '-i'fj"ui'! Ii. ; ..'" w', .1'
f publir safety were pre:.>ent this ti! Mir O\itr: : 01 i u i'a 'vu C,i .h. 'ii! wi t" mtdi-: :
tier. std Havre'ov i I.
: I morning to hold its r!', ir..'eting I'. waili..'(1-...i iiv-.r i./: "' In ; PN ]tll).'T, I Al U1VKP.Dr Fdintiurgh.: It, -1.11 arditT :Xi,v 1 17 Q 5nnn Purrhi! .. ..f < ii ltlSl'\l.15 I'lM.-sK.NTS.: :: :

i of '. iilleJ.i., I'.i-, lullucL. St Michaelsto II.-iUm.i r. passed I 1>1..r \S luht Vj\ .! 1'\X r> hat 111 I! 1. .. ". '.
I sinl Com! t ,Her Morgan; : ) tinM: :in jiactur'-ii'-; ; ) r.ri.-iiiuT 'I > lilli-"PIJIUIt.1I. ,III lieniia :NoIT : w MIin txiyou pant Wi
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I ; t' acted a.. ilrk ill t ,v ab-ei.ce of ) fi-M-nd < Jr..i-ley, l'itt: t't it"- chief I sCurnor.. I'wl; KaJbam, New CnstUonTjue -- i.oui-i katltbdlllIr.II8..aI, Nor.Id; sinriiie-s UHluu'vt l>ec -I 1' l'O.Tthat:\ for fit and -tytwi.uul! j>a-rf with IK! i, t \ .

Cltrl! (ilackuieyer 011 account ofjsicki.pii. -itmnl! "mtIlnl Dr. A. II Kftmully: to liLIt Transit toCLLAKKO. Mnri.1. It. !.s., k 1'1| .1"lIl'la Nov; "r court of jn-tic">, an.i the VK1' 11'"oul1! vest you t'. u., : '.

: : The mmutef the! previ. I {.ri-tti-' lit.. f the Ann, ricaa lu-rttuto of i iuIs :Monte Mlner\n:\10.It.....-Id It!,Barcelona'1(1 Hamburg:o.n\-; llo'i UI'ropero Pear in the bt IIf -ocicty witl: no fear of criticism.If .

'' ous,, meeting were I'IJ and l.l't';: ':.' :1! l.u'>u! li**. Simmon*. hvlitilf.. It.-lu te If.t-t |>ec 1Kifa you happen to b,. trhlt" i I'"l 1 |by any of ynur a",,\;. ii, t ''I I i
ap-I( furllih'H m with an O\'EW< u\T i that would ,
I Suibrrg.or, sU Dw an.r.nY JlI.Kll.s. warm t'I i11'e
provedA lly "iMjisus! z.IW mihr! :iry amitrite. coal .
A Itr ts llHiuleh. ie :lit tonal cargo for ul'noR.l I have trouble fiMitn.i ""u, lull, to my collector: \ -. '
:'toi i\':<:i': ..lit' lid [ -o-t fur .
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cnmtminicatioa from Oilieer: \ i.T.l roun.l lme-' cottuu. 1\I.1I1l pus oak blares Fllv.der: 4;.:. s1! \rcr s. pt I iu, i'in be m id> pjsier witn I |pap nJ & :M. SHOESo'i :o i '
7.1.1; lurifil: :;. ih'-, I.r *10,,I lll MuoTti Mniiin.: sid '
Barter concerning filed tsnuiirt June i Whatdid | cru .
LLAItS.. ,
I a complaint :. joiiMydbim-sfllrSC ( t' :
ij'ii/itii' IIP "ariiin : :!1.;. ,ltl .
have the Shirt Collars and ( 'II If- that will \ud fur
a ain-t him! bccau-e of an unpaid t> y'nu n >t. - 'ihtalilo t.tll- ,1 t l\\j\ -
war AT UfAKANTINE. I \Vorkini Niulit and Pay
of trouble and Ties that wiil do xt.ur talking i : for you.:
'r bill explained that the account wa"unadja"II'II.1l1d tir.etit 'tl.slt' h'atyet'Pr. it >ltitf.t t
I ryap I' Nor _hl\, Norge., l.-'>,Olen, [Publin 10 K'\ The buiet, and mightiest little 1I-lElVatidUNI)1.1t\'l-; : : that will not only,- k- ,
L'' the amount of the out .i.iv.' a\<'rI'\ moii-iilv; a f.lh'.f'. >1 KlilllDlOlk thing: that ever was; made i is Dr. !but stake the other fellowburn with envy, even W blb* t : > \ u, > :
rttirc t' *.Ij.'l:; 'r) :i v< and at cur- tt.IIK LncaruDR, Ti, (ieonara, Genoa, to
I;; ?acne in depute. Tlie clerk was run ru'c, the! projtvrid I'lMi: n-'i-O !Ii. Pllrudl.'u: I Kind's New Life Pill:. Every pill i- If you happen\ to be caught: l-iwn dnvu'n tho rain j.t:; ii nI .' '

1 1 directed to reply to the communication in! operation! 1 I'Mthui an !hour a It Ilk Keglna. : ,', t a\allmo bevllle, 10Qrhr asutar-eoatt-d globule\ health: that I have: an f4Xr1tlar 'e Hock of UIT.IIKK: COATS.. : .\( KINT-t-l I I

I';! fating that the explanation earn tt:- ?i'.n: II 1. 1r Ilk J H lieinun jo, 4In. Morion, Cayenne changes weakness into strengthlitle I lMIIRr"LLASiri: > ? l'lInqh \vith-tjnd the Fallt t \.i-i; i
; r would be made known to the parties fiiiflj.i iiipr1 ::1 olaii'U aip-o to ha' rs, Imiiwrdv: To -
F t filing the complaint. LUg tin1 C' :IS- !billPREACHER It, bl Haeclcln Kexello.t'.l'i Co lalDlry.lIw.- mental power. They're wonderful i i
,{; ; ThP clerk presented a draft of an tol:-,or to l'haarI'unwiMly" Adult ''.*'<. \nilersen, to feunpsonA in building( !up( the 11I>; Hh. Only 25c; I I :"-JOS. COLEMAN:
ordinance providing: for a ')-hourday' : WAS ARRESTED I I'o per box. Sold by \\ A. 1>'.\lem- ', -
11 ship ""ntuRra. 11-;. Ca>tagnola, Cork, berte.
work for employee; of the city. --- to KHnra l>un\\iKty A I'd __ j A !>ICIIOII \':..11I1'. !\ AV.11a HTOUI-Ji :'1\tl1
I which <>n motion was ordered M be 1.1"11-.111.* \lli injiN to \\.Ir Out a It sbpProsprro Kepetto, 11-1, Sclnappacaiie The person who disturbed the conrre I
referred back with the statement \\ arniut .\,.tintt thr'Ist'nr. Genoa toorQerTUE of the mo-t vala.lble! 'hl i-t .. *
{ ::ation la- Sunday by 'oughin *1 Dally for Tit*> "' J
that the provision of the same do Ciuii.h-i 'x. DoiIv llivV.. is requested to call on and get':' mas pre-pnts that you ('allIVf4 your Union .Naval Store-
alfect the under thejnrUdictinn S1IIPPINO. on or daughter woull: be a scholarship
not employee
A. Cuddy of .lI1I1Jroa, an uitenleuotntua a bottle of P'oleyV HUSKY ASK: T.-\ R. : MeuxV IJu ine-s College Roata.ww. .
of the board.
The of James Sheehan tiiinal evanceh-t and tVtitor of It always gives relief. W. A. D'Al- 'Ienlberte. school that ha. prepared iiiany ....._.._. ...-.t.' +; H
11, application VKBSELH IN POST -
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l for the lire Tue }>fI'l'llt'lil"lurm, appeared b-fore young men and women fora.-ticcess- S .1" it
employment on department aTt4MaglfaNor N.. I' I"r'
approved by the chief and the Mi2i-trate: K UV> tos,' out a warrant Atballe, ll" l. Wiebuit, to Pensacola the i ful business carepr. All pupil entering f._ I" K
Lumber CoNorAtiulla. Stops Cough I! fur three .._.... ..,
{ committee, was considered and he a or six months'term K. I : n
and Chief of
agatn-t Mayor Smyti1: lio*. Anderson, iiuelva\V sKeyMrr and Works off the Cold in 1.__.. 1 1.1CANAU1
before J
P was duly elected. Police flivh.Cudly ,. t otirAmrtrnade anydepirtment\ : in. '!,I KPIlJTII'Iu..r&OTI+Il :- :: ,.. .,
of H. Perkins Laxative Bronto liaintne Tablets ruro as i 1. I'.M1. will be allowed a !
Tim application : for was \hol.iius; a ui'-etins; on Iheotr't Larrinagn! J 11 Thanion I di-CIIUllt.I' -
cold in one oI"y. So Cure !NO PrIce ,
touulf 1 rniisit ( 0 PRY Address or call on I l
employment on the police force wasread without sad '; : Hll'p-
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:i permit was ur- Span Francises INC'. Kcherarrla, to Gulf : rents. i I'
.t and referred to th" marshal. r."tl'.l. Tar iuunter4 "i tho city had Iran-it ('o I C. O.h.rx.:
t \egro t'nlar.l to 0.,1 Jjjw Fine singers at 1'. J..n !I.W I.
On motion further time :Nor lioutfla7.H.. Erteksen.toCtOliln star Priucllr.l
\ was granted th' ( cnarjje-t against Cuddy withdrawn I __
i to the committee on the extension and! a> ",.MII n-. no was relea-C'l h hr Hannah M I5-1I. I.s.t, to
i, I of the water ma 1114. clap the law on the mayor. ulf'I ran-ilCo Granger aii'Kn>, went into the woodnear .Arj j ,T. ..1[. Hilliard j- ( 'o. luild i: \ .: TIN: SHOI-
An ordinance providing for the inspection Wi1\11 the warrant was 1'1'1"u'1tl\ >or luo.k'. llell:- "D. to Bears" l'un- : I have ">tl .. .
Kyle, y'J miles wet of here, to cur cni, I Iti the bet deliver i opn a : ; I-
of the tire alarm t \\ rdv.'t'oIi wagoits, .,
y-tem cnlied!! down terrific earthquakes onCUurfeton We-UUuor.lU. 11auto liaars, 1'un- "s. A tree fell on bun breaking both : TarragnraSteel w> .-: I
WAS read, amended auJ referred to I and Jn.lii' .inure threat- srinloats ,
p \\'uJ"Cu leg< and out arm, from tho ertects: of I drays, etcNOTIIJK i,: kind* of tin work. r t. < '
i !; the council with a rt'cnmuH.'ndatiolll I eneil to solid mm to jail tar disorderly i iconduct. I t' iHIPS xviiurh dt>.vu followed almost m-tantly.. '! promptly and at ijfuraih" -..: ,

; for if. pa-sage. Tiie tram..lm2' (inine has endeavnred t Br Lena:.'':!, :Ntbhs IJemerara to !, s L Co : : i i f>titnut ..J :1 :. i
Thp hearing of charges ;t;::tin-t I; to make a trcineU'lous imprev \\orli to IJc';;ln at Once. j :: ,tunrnnteed fir t.da" ,

'I Jos. LoBaron an employee of the j i :swam here. ___ I Nor eu> trnlla.It7nnerlsentoorder! BARKS. IHu-A*, IX c. IS.--Work on an decj i 'I IIH annu'il election /If \t : <-..r-. : :JIm Ii. '.1 t
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tire department WApostponed tintil I Cnirnnti.s.M. I'outrriiKiIa. II : for the f-11'lIin? year, of th.! <_ ,: i/ 'n- '
Jt! to i'll'lL ( 0
I meeting account of the i Circuit Court.I trio railway connecting Dallas and Fort ..
next on I j jtOoii |0e-t"torc. "iW.Trnpt-nt. to order National ISank of lVn-uf.,11. will t .
i absence of Chief Biker witr.e". 1 t.erKiande.l'i.'t2na.! tot. P "botterl'oI \Vorth\\ill be begun tomorrow The | held i t: ( Qall./
: as i j i i In this court this !111)r'iuin the at r-aid bank, t'tw ""4ii'f l.H'jr-- \
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.,l I' before the circuit court in a evil '. caeof Uuit.prman: vsI.. H. SulliI I, mourn:Nor Lief. 7--, s&l\ersen, eld forUraant- contract wa let to a local company. rof 10 a. m. Rn.l-I p. in.. "n 'ii.: -itiv.- : ,) af till .r. '

cau" *. I van the jury brought IP. verdict of It "adnnnatelJrto..iamlwo,1I \VS Th" r.,ad will b-1 about :W i miles 13 January Sth, 1801.)
t 'The trial of Oi'.ker Shetunn, $1H for the piainti". Theo-oof ti-\ser CoI length. L. Hll.T'l.S (irl.I. prices. Eawj tcrit< ,
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( I It li\e Mount nls.' I.z.t. to onl..rit
chag.l with being intoxioatea Howell t McDtnald v, tl"1 Indemnity 1 rent').I"J i.l.olussu. IOKau. l'UD\\'WV .Jones held l"i/r Jlurdcr. dVtd l-re-id.-!.t.Sp'iwit's ton i' Finch.
I while OH duty re>ulte.l in iu order Fir In-uraiH-e Company of d10f
: I for hi. ti!i.mi-.ltl! from the force, tn 1 NPW Vi\rJ: w aon tri il when the f, o<.r \'isurili'iMte;'ner, toSS LCo I IAm MoNT'.oMHiY, Ala.. Dec 1\-John Evaporated iegctables -
I accord-iiu-e: with thrcclutimi\ <.( j, .rlloosLa., I II I
;, court took a rfoC.for'C'i.1L Jon-, a ncTO h.ibeen andhcl
-1 the ho trd, adopted at a previou-, I Davy Crockett, H. Merntt. toSS I. and Cocoaniit in )
I ;:td it! j.lI1"lar.d with nicni"rin!:! \
meeting Otllcer, governing 1 )IHII-nll sucli w.n ca-.e arrau'ticd : : IIrLlD.11'---- I' Am John K Klanz, 1>7. Jones, to W B\I\I. Ciarktafi'or 1, a nrr farmer, on tn: jkivor n.nrl(1111( arc e1101t LrCHl1Elj!l J IIttft
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Wright A 10
1 upon charges of dt-ob..''li-nce ot <>iders Mobile[ anti limo road o the f resit. 38ft. your ;1Y.rccrs :.
I ANMH: ::'Ctalt.lT.i :: .
in not reporting for duty during '' Ci*, CLKAKK1) Atilt SAtLfcU Once
: ; FOR FSN I 11'.11'ia >. for tlieni. used
the -- YAlU1.A.STC.aYSRIPS.. .. .GoawDteeil' Tea[ \
the attempt to arrest uegMSimms '
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.I Decemlur '.'th, and failing; i illic liiii !vtorc Ha .\ SurpnFor : I\ \\\\'AN't: :ate. <.% TO learn 1.1 ;,1 ..: always
I to make hourly rp 'it.while on '' : \tlr-ala.Ii-, -'il I'.arrv IItC1 I .trade... \pp.) t"J.t.1low.ii.
line d.
riirisinia.Jirppprs in Ihe 11 ] 1 .
; duty. Under Me fir-t charge OliicerRobinson !\ -\1'1. ".r. III raanrug: ; ::'uIII : Tn Le-t-r -outcrown'd .
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was ordered di >.i < .. and b'nl'ne ;
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by bjyinq .
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Horn. her lIarn'I'.c 7 '
: The board then adjourned. ; BOWERS & I
. ,_, --- --- i a new carpet loran X-Mas present ; 60c hlrrll'mr. -Id l..110" i! for All Wool Ingrains this week. Tapestries i Maiton'hl'nno"Xova"tla ': r ran''Kcawill b" rc tor debts contracted Ioy ta>- L lie ak t/) ''!' > .1'
you ;
Tin li)1)EILN: MOTHKll Nor sid Oihraltar Iiecl
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per yard : peryard. of said ,i '.
Vessei -jj
crew .
Iran, Nor rn'<<''l*>'h'"ltar I'"c II !! with any other Fi.n: >
Has found that her little ones are Lfppvrton., br. kid C..noa Nov Sepenuynioor. I! t( HEN: I.MA.Gi.lf 3 I l I thi*, knowing ti.t-rt- iPIAVO ..".
improved more by the pleaantrtyrupof : I, No Stamp Books Redeemed on Saturday br sid shields Sec 1 Transit Co -.-. i aptain.Consigns 1ditte OUT !' MADE.Sold .
I Fig, when in need of the S and Monday. SHIPB -. .1 ul ft j .
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laxative eifect of a gentle remedy.than 1' No goods from Ready-to-Wcar,Department ochu>. Hu. 'Id Alt'OH Ray oct M -fr* NEiTHtH the captain owners {ill){ Tilt BXL1.ANCK .":Hfi.( m| I on to -,<.J..ct F.d-y('''111. I't.<(-< ..
other. Children enjoy sent on Approval this week. Eh..l."r. ld Havre" liec:1Iapheml. noreonrlgnee. fit the Lnti'hjs I
any : It, sid lolr bead NOT 17 I Anieinna de Larranago \\ 111b S Stock of Millinery rO I i them.
! it and it benefits them. The true I Dolls and many Fancy Articles Displayed Maria llIl1r.,1t, pl M MarseilleDci r"spon.ible for debts con- I
! remedy Syrup of Figs, is manufactured I' at The Big Store this", eell.. y \rahoiit, Itr..lil rivmotnh NOVJK j j trailed by the crew of ta.d ve9el. & WflUi1 HflfK
J by the California Fi,;- SyrupCo. i I' New Rugs to arrive this week.WM.JOHNSON IhiHiljard.. Br. nil at Ittrrow >ov7aidu j I II f/ruoxsox KECiRHLENS OF 10>T. S 1 I u mUi'lli nLifw :
\ ra. It. sidi, 'oik,Oct ;;> Unit Transit ro., Capta.n. 'SC5'S
i only. & SON. I ""Dloo.It' sU Marseilles Nov il L'ontiiDl'eJ. b11t i 2.S2.S2.S'2.:5.532: 1 112 sn'! II 15' u h I'a'al-a ,' : '



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TAX name of the owner or occupant, andif board shall constitute a quorum. The by himself or deputy, mail to every Finance Committee of the eouctil. He
LAW not occupied and he cannot ascertain .sserror, or one of his deputies shall person whose address ii known to shall be credited in such settlementwith

the name of the owner the words act as a clerk for said board. him in arrears for taxes for the the amounts of such tax billsin
"unknown owners," also the day he Section 12. The Board of Equalization the guardians and comnittces of cases in which he shall be unableto

PROPS QED FOR RELIEF OF visited the property, the words "new"or shall keep a full and true journalof infants and lunatics and the agents of find personal property upon whichto
"old" as the improvements may ap- its proceedings, wi ich is to be preserved absent property owners whose adlress levy to make the taxes or aw part
Tlh CITY FINANCES. pear, and the actual cash value of the as part of the city records. is unknown to him pcstpaid letters thereof, and has made return on the
real estate and improvements if im- Tne board shall hold its meetings in directed to the best of his l.nowledge. distraint warrants of "no property

A BILL proved. For such services he shall the office of the assessor. It shall : and endorsed with a request to found." The Finance Committee may

.. receive a fee of ten cents for each parcel meet daily, Sundays excepted, begin return to him if not delivered within examine the collector under oath as
-t .tied an Act to Provide for of land separate assessed, to be ning on the first day ot August and i ten days, substantially in the following to his doings under warrants for
!'c" ?* ment, Levy and Collection paid exclusive of his and
salary continuing until the thirt.first day of I form which he claims credit on the tax
.f r nile for the City of Pensa- charged to the ad-
property kug'ist, and for si'ch: fuither time as bills. Should the collector in allY year
dition to the tax assessed it. 'Your for .
against may be necessary to complete its taxes the 'ear. through any fault of his own, fail to
ted by the legislature of He shall make a name index to the work but no complaints shall be amounting to $. besides interest, make settlement as above, he may be

j of Florida: book, alphabetically arranged. His heard by said board except those remains unpaid, and will, il unpaid on removed, in the manner provided by

All taxes already levied failure to so visit in person or by dep- filed with the assessor as hereinbefore the fifteenth day of June next, be collected the charter.

i linder existing laws not uty shall not invalidate the assess. provided. At the first meeting of the b) process of law with penalty
ball remain payable, unless I ment. He shall see every tax payeror council: in September the Board of addEd Section 22. Upon a return of "no

JD be hereinafter provided his agent if resident in the city, in Equalization shall transmit the assess- ". . . . . property found" by the (collector it
umv with the provisions of person, or by deputy and take a list jient book as revised and fixed by It, "Tax Collector" shall be lawful for the city to institute -
of all real and personal property with a statement of the total amountof proceedings by petition, in any
K owned or controlled by him or her on the assessments and a total amount Section 17. He shall make a list court having jurisdiction thereof

The city shall raise a rev- blank provided by ordinance; and every subject to the special levy for protection of all tax bills remaining,: in whole Jr against such delinquent taxpayers for

ad valorem taxes and lie ens- person owning; or holding taxable from fire. to the (council and the: in part, unpaid on the fifteenth day the satisfaction of such taxes, interest
that end the council of said property in his or her own right or council shall then fix the rate of taxa- of June, showing whether the person end penalties and subject by attachment -

,'t> '>y authorized and t-mpow,1 as fiduciary guardian or agent, shall tion for the >ear The Board of was written to and whether the letter and garnishment, without giving
"vide each jear. by ordi- return to the assessor or his deputy a Equalization and the assessor shall came back as undelivered and shall bond, any chores in action or legal or
the levy of taxes upon real :|I true list of all such property, real and make and annex to the assessment file this list with the comptroller. For equitable right or interest of the taxpayer -
personal with the cash value thereof. reporting falsely, he and his sureties in property, under the
al property within its cor-i I as returned to the council the any
its. not exempt from taxa- 1 and the cash \'alu.1'0 returned may bei following affidavit : shall answer to the person aggrieved same rules and regulations, and like
',t" Constitution of the State i i considered by the assessor in making State of Florida County of Escam- for all costs, penalties and damages i remedies! given by law and equity to
'I be bound caused thereby, but neither i false ie- individuals in the
a and may impose license assessments.but he shall not bia. cases upon returnof
ational taxes upon all trades, 'therE'b) In case of the failure or refusal Personally appeared before me port nor a failure to report shall invalidate I "no property found" upon an execution -

and businesses conducted of any person to return a true and . . . . . . . subsequent proceedings! under : except that no statutory exemptions -
, city limits and license the full list in Quantity and value, the members of the Board of Equalizationand this Act. may be pleaded in such actions

.' .' animals and \{'hidEs.indud.t assessor may according to the best Assessor of the City of Pen- Section 18. Between the fifteenth against the city.

s and motor vehicles. The information he can obtain assess the sacola. who being duly sworn say the day of June and the first day of July Section 23. In the advertisementand
ju'poce for which the tax or real and personal property. The Cir annexed list (contains a true statement following upon the filing of the aboxe sale of land for the
imposed shall be specified cuit Court shall at the instance of the and description of all the property list, the comptroller shall make out taxes and in the issuing of tax sale

manee> making the My, andie assessor, by rule or process of contempt in the City of Pensacola. puoject for the tax bill. in hole or in part unpaid certificates the collector shall be
'. arising therefrom shall enforce upon delinquents the to taxation. or liable to be assessed (except the persons a3H'ssI'1 appear by similar provision of the law
,1. for other return above required When any; therein and that the valuations
d no purposesso I on the face of the bill to be in- and the dutiesof
real estate shall not be assessed or Is thereof and far regulating prescribing
specified are just correct so tants persons of antcun.? mind or I tax collectors.
irregularly or illegally assessed in anyone as we have been able to ascertain. fiduciaries assessed on behalf of a county

In the ordinance fixingar ; year it may. when the omission 1 . . . . . trust estate) warrant.; tubstantiullyiu : ; Section 24 The holder of a tax
the tax rate the council cr error is discovered i be assessed retrospectively -I
. . . . . the following form : sale certificate may within two years
:,i ids its levy as follows: for that vear. All real of
State of Florida. from the date the issuance of the
general: purposes; a levypirjiose'S. estate shall be listed and assessed according . . . . "Cit)' of Pensacola certificate bring a common law suit
; a levy for street, to lots or blocks of the several Members of lioaid of Equalization "To the Tax Collector of the Cit of
again the owner of the property' : if
ubl'c! works, a levy for the tracts or plats of land within the Sworn to and subscribed before me 1' nsarola-Gret.'tin1
'.f interest and the princi- "Ih'. and the council may from tim I this. . clay ot . I'j \Ve( command you; by distraint to a nonresident, may institute attachment

"f the bonded indebtMlnesband to time provide for other 01 additional Section 13 The assessor shall as make of the goods and chattels of proceedings to recover the

a sptci.illevy for pro. maps or platting for assessment i soon rn the rato' of taxation! has: been . . . . by T"h sale the amount of the taxes and cost paid by
:ii lire;but real estate which purposes. Heal estate the owners of fixed, begin to make out the tax bills sum of $ . due for taxes to the City him: in the event of recovery the
more than five hundredthe which have failed to make return I of Pent-acola. tax bill Xo .
in the form and manner provided by per
court shall! add in the judgmenta
marest fire hydrant thereof as herein provided and the
with interest Ih, rate of
ordinance ; nd < omple-ie ilwli t ail loather at
.. subject to the special levy owners of which. the assessor after of cent penalty of one hundred lair rant
ts.\ bill tor collection oa or wfor-' three-quarters one pr per
ion from 111'('. looking on the record of information.. i .fifteenth day ':af October tvuh month cr fraction of a month frt'nthe and if plaintiff be presented by

.. 4. In n<> fiscal year shall the is unable to ascertain, shall be" assessed bill shall be authenticated by the I first lay of February last and ten an attorney at law an attorney's often
to I'nknown Owners. and I
.ptropriat l or .xII.\| or con- I shall be declared assessor hy his signature and : per cent penalty on the principal dollars In such suit a tax sale
such assessment not
authenticated shall I HIm. and return this warrant 'ith
ufo thane I when so it I
:he expenditure mnre invalid or not lawfully made on ac- certificate in regular form shall be
'.\ ieit of the estimated be prima facie proof that all jour doings the-reund.'. to me on the
nf per the eurMtit vear. unless 'unt of beingo assessed: and it steps have IHHU taken to make it first day of .\u llst. AH,. . .. I I prima facie evidence! of the plaintiffs
shall t.. no answer to allY proceedingto . . . . .
right to recover
an hat shall!! be a< tually! colltctI a binding tax bill for the art ornts and
.. enforce the collection of taxes.when: I and against the an,1property ' oll"r"
I if less than mn jurposes. persons
in any year I
no assessment return is made by the "The penalties provided for shall Section: :23; After two \'I11S from
( till shall be collected tht therein named or described
hall be provided for in the owner that the property was not assessed ,he'll I'Ollp'tt'11.:0: to the citv." I its issuance a tax sale ceitificatf-hall
in the name of the owner i Section 14 The tax tills! as m.n
be for whatsoever,
iI voi-l
he next year, and shall be every purpose
Section I'J These shall
I out and authenticated bv the assessor warrants
deficit tax. Anv unexmappropnated Section 9. The assessor shall begin hall be listed with the tax collator unless payment lie made otherwisebe Section 2 I;. A tax dc-e-d may be exccutedbythe ,
: balances
I in ', the work of assessment on the tenth I n comptroller at
i sear shall be passed to day of January of each jear or as I rioviJed above anti the collector hail of his deputes, on all goods or that any
ml for the itlTI'l'din'I'ar.. tHn vear1aft the
i v two < I'MIJUIOof
:: soon thereafter as possible Hooks j I be charged: on th lnOInf the nit' iris belongu e to the person ntJwll

If in any year the council ', shall be provided and assessmentsshall with toe total sum of all such bills: therein The advertisement sale and the ail certificate provided that

i pass a levy ordinance' or be entered and recorded in the I Ml taxes shall be due in! pavable on kliverv to the pu.uuser shall be notice of the application be served personally -
and form prescnl' by law of following tiu- made in like manner as o' goods levied\ <
nlmanee in any year shall j I i manner toe first day January upon the owner at hast thirty
.i inoperative the rite of for the ('OUllttax assessor and in addition date of being:: listed for collection. but upon under execution and the collector !
I .
days before the execution of the deed! :
: q i that year: "hull be the the assessor shall note opposite the collector shall receive payment off is hft.'L'ted with like power1
,.- n was the year before item :: each separately assessed parcel\ of ;x lills at any time after they liav and authority for the purposes of : if the owner resides in the city such
I1 :. real estate whether or not it is sub- been listed with him. and tve pal, Mien levies as that of sheriffs of this, !service to Le made bj' the city marI .

i I I jest to fire protection tax. He shallcomplete in October shall be subject to a dis-! state to levy executions in their hand I shal in the manner pre-hcnb bj law
.JI1'. For the purpose of taxa :': his assessment roll not later : ount of two anti one-half pert cut iTon personal propert The warrants .
al estate shall include land and :( than the first day of July of each and these paid in :Votes.ibir t" a dir with the doings of the tax collector for the service' of a writ of summons

'"provements thereon (but im. ,i vear A copy of the assessment roll count of two and one-half per cent ', truly endorsed thereon l-y himself I by the sheriff, and for such service' he

':It'lIts.wllt'n owned by the tenant'I'. hall be deposited with the clerk of ir December to a discount of one percent or deputy shall be returned to the shall receive a feeof ighty cents

.' person or person other than the Circuit Court and; be open to inspection and to all tax lulls in whole or I comptroller on the day therein named I demandable in advance If the owner
Mjer of the land may be assess : by the public. in part unpaid on the first day of : and the same responsibilities shall devolve -
I of the property does not reside in the
; ,irt from the land and per'property February there shall !>,:, added three- on the tax collector under these
shall include everyp.iies I Section 10. The assessment book quarters of one rer cent for each : warrants as attaches to sheriffs of this I city publication of said notice hall

and character of proper ,, shall remain open in the assessor's of- month. until paid and there shall lie state on executions directed to th m. be made in one of the white < ity papers -

I I flee from the first day of July until added to all tax bills in whole or once a week for four weeks
i the first day of August and anyone part, unpaid on the fifteenth day ofi Section 20 Every guardian, com-
'n" All property shall be The dee-d in addition to its present
.nittt> trustee. other fiduciary -
e. or
who thinks his property, or tract in I June succeeding the date of listing for :, appointed
at not less than its full cash I Itimatt'd which he has an interest, though it collection, a further penalty of ten percent ; under the laws of Florida 01 form shall state that the notice was

at the price sal'tn1 it would i i'I may not be assessed in his name, has I of the principal sum in addition i; ly will or deed recorde-d in any Circuit served, and when and how.
fair voluntary
a Clerk's office therein who has
assessed and valued as of the been assessed beyond Us value, may to three-quarters ot one per cent per The original notice with the 11 turn
before the last named day. file with for above the management of any lands or improvements
of January of each jear.the month provided in the city, and every of the marshal if personally made, or
the assessor his complaint, specifying
personal property of the alleged excess and the> complaint Section 15: All tax bills against any agent of a non.resident of the state with the affidavit of the editor or foreman -

' railway companies limits'r shall be presented to the Board person (not under the disability of infancy !|1. owning properly in the city who collects of the newspaper that it was published -
'" taxation within the of Equalization. which shall accordingto .coverture or unsound mind lown- the rent or income thereof or for the length of time requiredand
i .. In the manner and at the in his right, together'with ''' the husband of any woman owning
of the ing property own
the justice (case approve or
date of first
I If publication, shall be
: valuation as the i
properniividuals reduce assessment.. The Board of the penalties accruing. shall such lands or improvements who collects -
I is ag"t''st',1. Tele/- Equalization may after notice and from the first day of January succeeding the rent or incomethereof. or enjoys recorded in the office of the clerk of

and telegraph companies, iu hearing to any taxpayer, increasethe !' the date they are listed will the 1! the profits of such lands or improvements the Circuit Court in a book providedby

n to the tax upon their rt'all's- assessment if sat'sfi! ; on collector be deem-'d a debt from such by occupying the same, him solely for that purpose and
,,l personal property, shall pay investigation that it is too low. a person to the city and may be eufcued shall, before the first day of August
for such recording he shall receive the-
tax of two hundred dollars. !'of each out of the income ,
either on real or personal property as such b> all r medif given .[ year pay
r always shall pay in addition and the decision of the for the recovery of debt in any 'I of such lands or impro'ements.'the legal fee for similar work. The deed

1 ix, upon their personal and reala Board of Equalization shall be final in court of the state hiving jurisdiction: city taxes due on same with accrued shall be prima facie evidence of the

'. tax of twenitj-five dollars all cases. rru bills assessed: against: an a.lmin'l)I intp.r-t. before applying such validity of all prior proceedings
I, of their line, exclusive of I -trator, executor or tn-stee. shall be i'a income to the wants of, or paying it
ks and switches. Lots and Section 11. The Board of charge against the whole succession i over to his beneficiaries or emplover Section 27 Where suit is broughtand

'. ,if d portions of lots and blocks zation shall consist of three Equaii'I'I of trust estates and may be enforcedaccordingly any instructions of the latter to the prosecuted to a judgment. there

.' .1 railroad companies for right- of the City of Pt'nsawla.owpers aside in either case, j 1 contrary noiwithstanlme. and in ce- shall be taxed as cost an attorney fee
ni.1 side-tracks and switching estate, who have had a continuous residence from the other remedies: herein'tftci !, fault thereof, he shall be personally
,: < 'hall be valued and assessed in the city of not less than five given The city shall have a lien oni i liable for such tax to the amount h<> of ten dollars in each case, to go to the

"tn" company using them at years immediately preceding their ap- all property goods or chattels or might have so applied which liabil-[ attorney for the city and in case settlement -

: "e rate and in the same manner pointment. They shall be appointed any legal or equitable right or interest ity may be enforced by a common lawsuit is made after suit is filed and

", ', '"proved real estate of individ- by the mayor in the month of July, and in any property, of all persons indebted for money had and received to before judgment then an attorney fee
1'rovided. that lots and blocks confirmed by a two-thirds vote of the to it for taxes superior to all' the use of the city in any court of com-
of two and one-half dollars shall be
. rtions thereof so used that council and they shall hold the office statutory exemptions, and to all letent ju isdictio't and discovery maybe .
> 'ssed to individuals shall note for the term of one year. The names incumbrances. whether made beforeor i J I had by interrogatories filed andserved taxed as cost, to go to the attorney

'sf's'ed. of the major's appointees shall after after that date except state taxes. j I with the precipe in the manner :, of the city.Section .

"i S. The assessor shall be- presentation to the council, lie not '! and which shall take precedence of and under the penalties now provided .
, remainder reversion by law in common law actions in | 28. All acts, or parts of
'- ''-ssing any real estate, view less than two weeks before action :, dower. courtesy,
"". >" in person, or by deputy, and thereon is taken b> the council. ThEY'' or future estates personal property which suit it shall be no answer .11acts i inconsistent herewith are here-

-: in the work he shall provide may be removed by the council for '. shall be liable for taxes on both personal the city has security! in its lien uponthe [ by repealed.

t -\ in which the city lots and neglect of duty or malfeasance in office I[ and on real estate, and real estate lands and improvements. ,
'. ',' wall be entered according tot and all vacancies in said j shall be liable for taxes on both I Section 29. The first levy and as-
'"' and personal Section 21. On the tenth day of August under this Act shall be mad
:' 'S and subdivisions as they ap1 board caused by removal or death. ,, real estate: on property seesment
.. :i the map of said city copy- cr resignation, or removal from the and each piece of real estate shall of each year the collector shallreturn I in the year A. D., 1&01.Refpt''tful1y .
* *'''" i' by Thos. C. Watson in 1SS4. city shall be filled in like manneras be liable for the taxes on every other to the comptroller a list of all submitted,
%}'h 'he Maxent tract and Petterson's if original appointees. The council piece of the same owner, but tht personal tax bills in his hands, wholly or in

>tV,I'n, and when the blocks and lots may compensate the members of said property of delinquents shall part, unpaid, together with the bills A. C. BLOUNT, JR.,

W appear as subdivided on said board out of the treasury at a rate be first subject to the procesies of enumerated therein, and make his final A. C. BINKLEY,
dollars day to collection. settlement for the tax kills of thejear
f61 :< shall copy the subdivisionsas tot exceeding five per JOHN EAOAN
rt. ..' appear of record and shall each for each day's services actually Section 16. In the month of Mayof with the comptroller and the Comm itice.
a'rt tl-posite: the lot or block the performed. Two members of said each year the tax collector: sHill, treasurer under the supervision of the

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