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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 21, 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 has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water iu the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor. -

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-- roSHEE.Vice-Preiident; W. C. O'NEAL, President; F. C. HORTON Cashier; .. THE PURSUIT '
J SPAS 1 HAPPINESS.Political .
: AVID. Vice-President; M. E. CLARK, Ass't Cashier. A.NDHKAMNGCATARRH --- .j

X10CAPITAL Sanction of What AH '
STOCK $200,000.

One of the latest writings of the late

THE TOWN OF JERICHO. >> :r'geptoW CJiir't's! Dudley Warner was an essay

l' t""Wl fr The Century, entitled "'1'Le PursuitI
American National Bank Pap Perklna, the Postmaster, Trllt Is R I cf Happiness."

About the Enthusiasm With Which Perhaps the .
Eli's( Cream I Balm? | most curious and inter1
Abljah lloldcn's Idea AV.. Crrrtrd eting phrase
ever put into a publicdocument
and How LUU Billing. Doused It KH5.T and plraiitDt "
toils*. Contains no (8fO5 is "tbe pursuit of happiness.
OF PENSACOLA FLA. I With n Wet Blanket. injurious lrue.w It I Is declared to be an Inalienable
It U quicklyb...>rbtd -
Copyright.. 1MO. by C. B. Lewis.! ] t.itra O'lid right.; It cannot le >:,,1.1. It cannot bt
American National Bank of Pensacola offers to Depositors every! Tt was Abijau IlolJoa who first pot st once ;given nay. It is doubtful it couldbe
The open and cleanses! the \:1..11 l'u'' '
left by will.
tL& idea and he it the
sprung on post- Allays lutUnimxtion. heats cud l'r/l'I".t.1 I
their balances business and responsibility warrants
facility yvhich I office crowd one Saturday night in the the )1'm'rlIll': Restores the Censes of 1 a-ti The n;;lit of every man to be 0 feet

its officers would be pleased to meet or correspond with those who !, moot unexpected manor lied bin and mull Muvll., 1 rial l"'r or bv I high; fuel of every woman to be 3 (I''tI .

to Make Changes or Open New Accounts. kce.ln powerful quiet: fur a week or ._tIHuTIIEI!:-, II was regarded as .elf evident until wo-
Desire two like a man who's left his jackknife warren -tn-i-t. NcYork. 1'ien asstrted their undoubted right tt>

Has the Largest Capital Stock of Any Bank in the State. | stlckia in the bam door nnJ !istryta I I 1'1'j feet high:; also, when some confu-

.r to remember the fact, and this I would have bin wuth 1.000 a foot I t-k'11 was Introduced into this intcrpretntion -

.-- -- -- - -- - ---- ---- made the surprise all the preatcr. The 'front Nobody could say that Jerichowas :, of this rhetorical fragment of

How to Cure Croup- i ORCHARD AND GARDEN. ntcn and TO... I crowd was most ready to go Lome a hundredth! part as wicked as eighteenth:!: century.

Vr t; Oi! ay who lives! near Ame- i i.ID The professor happened In at the when he pot up and said: Sodom, but she'd :got a start and unless gut the inalienable. right to the pursuit

,..cuunty, X. Y., says: I Cut down all the dead, worm eaten doctor's the other morning: and found I "Feller Citizens of Jericho-I want checked up !it was only a question of : of happiness has ue er been questioned -

is trees and chop them into stove wood. him policing! the belongings on the I to see this town Loomed as much as time when aa alrtHquake would leave since it was proeli med as a

., ;t :ain'; Cough Remedy USE'd.1! Success in fruit culture depends more sideluard."Improving. I any of you. I want to see her pit! up her a heap of ruins. lie wouldn't take I I Stew gospel for the new world. The

.v ,1 i idicine I have ever on the man than on the soil or locality. : the shining hours, are and hump herself till Boston or Chicago up the valuable time of the media togie American jvople accepted it with enthusiasm -

'.. '", fl a lildren'a: remedy for The best manure: to apply around you':" lie said. I won't be In It, but when It comes to Instances of wickedness bejocd I as if It had been the dixeoviry -

1 .ever fails to cur ." When peach trees is that which is well rotted. 1 "No. sir." replied the doctor "I'm I choosin between size and goodness:: I'm makin It known that durin the past of a /gold prospector, and startedout

v. s( )n as the child becomes I. tilled Improving the shining ewers." I fur goodness. I think it's better fur year some Comorrohite' bad cut off the : In the pursuit ns if the devil were
The old orchard should not be
'j. t 'ven after the croupy "H'm:" ejaculated the professor. ones soul and body to lire in a small tails of three of bis! bogs and pulledall after them.:

,* developed, it will prevent : with exhausted.young trees. The soil is generally "Whose an they?" good town than in n big bad town. the tail feathers out of one of bs! If the proclamation Lad Steen that

:-V :ai K This should be borne in "They're ours." I'm wlllin to go In and help push Jericho peacocks. Let the revival and the happiness! is a common right; of the

U. J a bottle of the Cough Rem- Crocuses should be planted three "Well isn't that what I saidr-Chl- along, as I said but let's do it on wave of goodness come on. He'd ring race, alienable or otherwise; that all

4r -.- n at hand ready for instant inches deep tulips four, hyacinths five cago Tribune. I right: lines. Let's start her off on a the bell for services and sweep out men are or may be happy hi..tory and

tj l'
"'. r )r !sale by Hannah Bros: and It 1 is a good plan to cut out alf the old Family Faction.. "There's a pint and mebba a mighty his services and when the business doubt whether even the new form of

1 -. dicine dealers.A wood from among; the blackberry and Caler-!'t that Miss Robinson strong one In what Bljab: says" remarked boom follered it would find hIm ready government could so change tile ethical

IXUl'STUY. raspberry canes. who jut left? Deacon Spooncr as the speak- to put down four rods of new sidewalkand condition. Hut the right to make a

A :\ : Cut o.T! the old asparagus stalks ltbel-Tbat was my Aunt Carrie I take in ten boarders at $:v:i a week pursuit of happiness given In a fundamental

Tile .ah'-t addition to Pensacola's! gather up and burn them and then apply Robinson. .I 4 apiece. bill of rights had quite a different .

..tfu'{ wentirprises U the estab- a ;good dressing of manure. Caller-Oh. your aunt, eh? On your There were half a dozen others who aspect Men had been engaged: In
.:;: mf'ut of )Ir. K. K.1V'hita, man. made"speeches and pledged thempelres .
All apples kM'p best in a temperature mother's side? many pursuits, most of them disastrous -
'ler watchmaker and
tecturiap! whose Jew advertisement, ap'iarj pretty hear the fn-czin! ? !point and particularly Ethel Not much! She sticks up for -- and Deacon Spooner tapped on some of them highly commendable.
anti u the floor with his and said he
hewhere in THE XEWS.l : hi an even temperature. papa all the time.-Philadelphia Press. cane A sect In Galilee had net up the

\l: .'n.: education iu his art and To buy and plant: out trees nn'! then thanked heaven he Lad lived to see pursuit of righteousness; as the only or

!:.? xi; -rieuce in its practice will not take can- of them I is a waste of \\nrnlnz .Mr. W. I rt that night. The enthusiasm was still the highest object of man's Immortal

* : to :give entire satisfac- money as well! as of time and labor.Tulips. Wimble-A judge: in one of the courts I tt hula when Lish Killings: strolled! in powers. The rewards of It, however

h! a his patron: ;*; ; and being a and has decided that a man has a right: to I and looked; :lro1\1\1lln an inquirln way. were not always Immediate. Here was
:rai. ,'It I! uI:. optics he will make a crocuses maybe The deacon explained what was up sanction
; remain out all night if be wants to. n political of a pursuit that
: ] late in the fall!!
or early
; science. He has planed I
"p. .
tnat I r/ and asked him It he aJn't sunthia to
ter. Mulch when the ground win'l :\lrYlJon't:: let that worry you f everybody acknowledged; to be of a
.'" It. I ,i No. 13 South Palafox r y bay.

.tre- i ordially invites the pub- Quince tree roots are small and near I 11'Imble.That judge; hnsn't jurisdiction I ii'9' fy ""-aal. not a great: dell" rcplitdINli. good tbitl:;..
in this household. lioston TranscriptTHEBEST rt
.I:, r and! become acquainted the surface and hence should be protected ] "I'd like to ask who's to git tp nf'ue11"ot WInking

*jtl methods" and his work, extreme heat and cold l: this revival-l J.l.y came home one day covered
of the I > I
>sun. '-:1 treatment v-ry pttron and the mo mont twr' by inulchlL: ;.-SL Louis Hi-public. ,: HANNKK SALVE. It U made from I "\\e'lI''nll\ for some great preacher with dirt and bruises and trundling: a

: ,ij'. i J careful attention to I a pre-criptiou by a widely known ," answers Abijah HoMou. I broken blcj! cle.

.. a- bjlw i Among the tens of thousands who skin specialist and positively is the I 'Who's to pay him? I'ro.T-hrrs: ain't! "What on earth have you been doing,

Lave used Chamberlain's Cough '!' most healing salve for piles, burns, I revivalin around, for nui'iln: though; .ray child: ?" exclaimed his terrified!

1'\1:1.1 nn:\T"HY I AW.t Remedy for colds and la: grippe during 1 t scald ulcers running ores and all they like to do I=oo.}." mother."I .

II t ',,J) ..amentary law class was the poi-t few year, to our know : skin diseaseThere is nothing so I I Everybody looked at e"l'rybclly.ut\ ran over a big: dog; aaJ took a

"liy organized: at the Col- edge; not a single case has; resulted ]1 good. W. A. D'Altmberte. !I no one had any more to say. fall.. explained ISobby.: \
in Tho;. Whitficld & \: Crr OFF T3E TAILS OF T P.EE OF E1S DOG:;.
ir.-i. f'rdtyDec. i, at S o'clock, pneumonia. I I nregvellIi r.i I I ",\n,1 when wo got the revival start "Couldn't] you see him and give Lim .i t
: .d will meet regularly at Co., 210 Wabash avenue, Chicago I Ione ,T aascQ\ to collect his thought "but r
; i retail'druggits There r ft -o u*.- o' ...:kID 'bout the milanrho'yNu I ('11." continued Lich! "thcre'd have to the nadir" Ii1'1'
i:, i .r Fridi Professor of the most prominent i.p to this period Lis language! !is sorter '
every y.
in that |i djs.- I 1-e a !lot of owaki! t':1; to things! and ask- ;:: I paw him and wea turning ovt'W* ?- ?
in speaking
1 1. '. ompon i M a fine parliameL- city. : 'o nie. : aiabiguous. lie's drhin at sunth'.ii.! but "
UI... IUd the fact that he was ape thi, say : ''"'p recommend Cham- j; wi; ?<< "I 1 an
; ,.,' J president of the "GeneralD' berlain' Couzlt: Ileundyfor ligrippej 1 f f: ".Hi Ii'rir eat s.In i I plain. ,glttin: ) drunk; ; on hard c!.l"r. to jawia of him I shut my eyes, and before I got

:> [gone of the largest andi. in many ca-ea. as it not only gives ] "U iM!. his wife, to Ih'!>i:1 Ill:: ,'!lil.ln'D. to pi- 'tm open agan! I'd run into him..'

.. -; 'ithusiastic organization of prompt'aud complete recovery, but: An I h:,." t.. .... tlie; !' by tl.e northernlriL7ia "It's 7'esttLis"resumcl.lLJall. "I'm zcnin (Iti,:x. to cripiil'n! : ln>;-.. to ":I'IIitr'n..1' "For the l land's saie: what did you
'I also fiiunttraet of ]..1|i I, III..J. I In favor of holdin! one of the biggest;
.s: a in the country, coi-i'tirig any tendency rail: ,. to a hnudrvii iiln-r im-an shut jour eyes forV""CVuMii't
I'M I to result in ptiPuinonU." For : An the .Iw k..i i-hualin till there ctriamlo religious revival in this town this! fall
; uly of IawM 'lent.togfther> grippe |i! ;; .... excellent tiniuniaN from : sale by Hannah Bro and all medicine Ih:1t't'r hold on the top of this
I'I An to L.cp the ire a Lla/.In. never rountfn up the i nM: Fi>t'ak nt on-e, but K-niuip you think you can hold jour eyes open
dealer uirth. I want it to be kept till every
in up
: 'i utty. me out placing
I rust I hate the! !infunnasiot; :." when the sneeze comes you just try it
-tore ti.e classs an "xctpiuy Like 'tlUS fee human bcin In the place is good "
: i able iuitructor !in 1'ailiary People are realizing: the fact that "nutf to die at n tninit's notice. H'e'llgat Dcaoiu ::jwotH-r "in-r.i-d !his t'IO'I1n some lny.
I was sear) o' tp prfj-ne, o' the rose anyhow if tit say that !.is!! !had iid.n If the reader thinks I5i>bl'y's excuse
n.' law. our l'elLrated"iE'nna Cream Bread! \\hrn they t:..J. I our moral standard first, and then
1. from nwuntill..t Friday is the best !iu the A large loaf, strons p'int. hilt elosed] it agiia and was not valid one. let him try it someday
i city. : ;.n the tiidi 11 truss; an insecks m.tde.n Irrililm v:dl purcwd to \boom. When you kin
After which heaved a sigh! and went o'if. Other ";\ hen the sneeze comes."-Youth's
Ji will will free for ; cent Vienna Model bakery, row I i advertise the fact that a town of nigh;; ;
:. '!"!. t ,.iti'tn be $i per term otoaths. M7 West Intendencia. Far an niilc.litre's sinner sighs; was 1.l'an't.l0,] nVr: folks: went Companion.:
J.OOO inhabitants hasn't Oil; single
: :. : in it, what's goin to be the result if
inmrt..s. Keep the bowels l active you
u.vited. A CIIOI"USIlI1".
" -ar> had all the crackfr! and bar'lsto
C. 0. Mrrx An the turkey, Ue c a SI UttiD. an the tquir'l is on I Why, gentlemen, the Influx the rush sugar would preserve your health. A dO?6l'JII'KLY of the valuable Chrit ( ,.. hi.-si df and was woadnn what had
most the en
T'I- [ .UX'S Business of preachers alone to such a place wl1!! of ASH BITTERS now and
: ,farT : : College. mas presents that you can give your So I quit deuce the bee rcpinin, lug I reckon Frovi- bring; about the sale of "'.(XX) city lots lImtl'up the uiiH'tiu. M. QfAD. then does this to perfection. Hannah
son or daughter wouH be a scholarship (
IJro, Special Ageut*.
--- will
-- Will prouJe. I within a year.Yldders come
Metis's Business
: '! j.'nre,.t way to become pros- in College-a -Wa.bint; Stir. bore, orphans will come here converted TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY -- ---- -.-.
school that has prepared many Orator In < oiiarri
;emu- i" to wait until you have sufficient sinners and reformed drunkards will Take Laxative nromotlulnineTeblets. All I
i to home and young men and women for a successful The kidneys ache when they are druugi ts refund the IIIODP.V if It tails to "The most finished orator in the
u ,
business career. All pupils entering overworked and the trouble gets serious rome here and the new paperssill cure. K. W. lifO\-fs siuaiiture: U on each house of representatives' is Cousins of
pay for it all ill cash, usually never for a three or six months' removed.Puu'KLYAsH I spread It broadcast that Jericho: has no box ioc.!: .melee's "bmi
fiaiih! waiting. Now is the time to unless promptly Iowa. He has gays ,
I "
bay. Ynu the term in any department before Jan. BITIEKS is a reliablekitney need of courts, constables or jails. in concress now for four terms, and In
can : payments
1, 1'Jul, will be allowed a discount. I I has made
tonic and bowel "I do decide that IJIJah a
| regulator. of his congressional
IR Thos. Watson & Co. I Snowball-'DiK-d.\ Sistah Dahk- the dlItI'ars.
Address or call on Hannah Bros., Special Afrents. p'int" said the deacon. "In a glneral
i In1 has inadt- two fjiccehes. Yet
-- career :
C. O. :MKI-X leigh did yo all notice bI'a hson
Jericho but
is good town
01lV\Mi\TM: > CAKES 15d2w Principal. rinfcntlieh'a bnl' bald shine dis tuawnin7 so Cue were they that his njmtation
its moral standard kin be !boosted upa
--- on account of them is national. tine
I tell dat saint
Of ah kinds, the nicest and best pig or two, 1 reckon. I'm in fur the Honey. yo' sho'ly
POLITE ATTENTION DiBuIlCOUGH shine wit inwnhd was half an hour In \length. It wasa
tlJad. ywhere, at Pfeitfer's Steam rcvUal. grace.
Bakery.DATE.. HONEST WEIGHTS' :Sister Darklelgh-Inwahd grace, nu-- witty and eloquent criticism of Hia-
and said he
.\0.1 Iron
I 01 Taylor got up
nt the time P.ayanl
bassador Itayard.
-- In! Pahson Pinfeatheh done been
I ImXE SYRUP also I favored it. A town was like a his
FIOS. AT H. MULLER'S. > withI bon'din !at mah house, en DIsh boy was ranking; himself unpopular by
child-start out in the right way
[) UTrn.I'OHATEH-;, cures Hacking Coughs, Wash'm'ton JeflTson done see him polish ro-Ungllsh remarks at London din-
PHONE 213. 400 H. PALAFOX. I:, and It would prove a Joy and a
PEACHK Sore Lungs GrIPpePneu- less than iheminutes >
: dat bat Laid wit dfcbycr tan shoe ners. The other was
M'AHE UIBS. F. >r. KEKF monia and Bronchitis in a blessin.! He hadn't seen a great and after the
When has she long; was spoken
a woman a sinBlltlmorl' American.A
\ jiome then rink of wickedness around Jericho and he
AT H. IULLER.F1'1IOXE few days. Why
takes a pride in it that no one can destruction of tl- Maine. Cousitis! sat
211.100; S. PALAFOX. Consumption, a, slow, sure didn't \believe there was much but I
take in a rented house. And the man Careful Speaker silent In his piece for one full term before
death? Get Dr. Bull's around In the fencecornl''s .
what lurklu
'-",'Koitfor yourself,.and the fe- who owns hh home has a better business Cough Syrup. Price, 25c. was rnliht as well be driv out to "What did JOlt vspect\ to prove by he ever ojtoued his moiitL. It I 14

tare. : your family hy securing and social standing, and gets Don't be imposed upon. that exm-dingly long winded argument more than two yeas now since he last
clean state of It. He didn't believe -
sisb. .;tjti'iil, life iiifiuance policy much more good out of life than the Refuse the dealer s substitute! it make a !! of your*'t" asked the friend."I FI"uke. When! lie tlkt.s the floor ngaln
"It! ordinary tenant who is continually i. not u good as Dr Hull's. in mixin liooms with religion but
-ui .O.WatsonC. nttititUe audience."The .
: -UyfromTh I I Le will hate nil
Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism, revival he' didn't expert to prove anything;
moving. Don't loo time in seeing jet if a boom did roller the
w reprt-sent on of the best and Pains. & els. In".tI'f.tln'! orator In tbe
Achee 15 25 answered the orJ.tor.11 I bund to
111P : ..iIlC" companies iu exlt.t. *- 'Th08. C. WatSOn & Co. securing had six: acres of laud which be would ; house tthe tiue Inwas transferred -
the other fellow up
I one. do was to confuse so
lots and sell for fair
\' cut ij into town : .
that he couldn't! prove that 1 didn't t"> the senate a little while ng--

prices.Sakitial. was DoIlUer of luwn. LittlcfieU of
Thompson follered\ witha [proveaaytbinAnswers.: :
MainI.indis of I
rinzin: speech. He hail bin seen locontmtBlile.Mary of Texas are three who have the c: !'--
sMoIE3iflorida wickedness In Jericho for over :o
I'm |i'o>citl\t' Fred loves me torieal gift.
but not fcelin strong:: 'uuIT to
years ,
wife "in order to cam a conspicuous! flvtion :-
nml intet: it single banded bad kept hNtaa1
Helt'ti-VViij ? Has projiost-d; yet? either In the ln>u"*e or in 1b<' -
...llI't I and \M it go on. To hi*
11arv-Nu, but l lie tLsliki-s!: mother ate, a tuna uiu t pui'iaily ln a i .- > ,1
certain knowledge{ ; there was liars and
; srGre every time he sees Lcr.-J ufOtL talker !Jut it does nut aiwr.f. : ":
liMfvcs! and *r.-indlT< in tlf town.
that the silent mca are wit: .1t; .:. '.--
i 1
!i'I'M i eras a-! > drllJlt-Jt1"I;: and jiro1 "
CigarThe I 1 A u'uti !I;: a fool to hi1 Jealous of a cnce.
fanitv! and l-c-iiln! Hf had sormtlmespiri' I -
,, doi., ami I t.e is a fool to b,' .
s; ; ; :tan. in* IJra.Miss
: to lif.l o ni;.;!'iis (''.pt[ l'tO! the fate:
.,1 Sixlorj to overtake! the place U'foiew ji-ali'i:< of a worthifss: oaf. Now draw I Skyleigh-Are! you a I..-" --l
coatlusiotis.: -Chicago!! News.
your own man?
lOan rz: If a revival! would sweep I
.... -- I Mr. Frankleigh-N'o. but I'm the Lit
:nfiy: all tiis! wicki'dncs's. and Le beesed -
., it would! teen! let 'er come. Startling} : arouad the streets I Is not : thing: to It I'm In debt-Smart\ Set.

Best Up-te-Date 5-cent Smnke in the "Wnrld More goodness meant more churches the 01.!ly way cf toafiug.-.Ucblscn; I
built Got.: i.e.. If It r;..ea I).,,..n.
and if another neetin: house was!
and would true it I "What do you d-j when meat got:
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS.A te wanted the job Go'd Tipjn-1 Ci :1rr'I'_ ?"

at the lowest reasonable Cg"er.Solomou Sick Apostlha? just received! afresh up"We eat los l and: enjoy it Ulor.lrJCiifthlItJli. ..."-
Box will Make a Good Christmas Present. : Davis fullered: with a his l'l1Il-I1ml't: <>t gold tipped Journal.
tory of Sodom and (iomorrah. He tad Egyptian ciaarretteliid., have -

't. !'J m ) read up en them! towns and :got all the become such a fad among the !fah- I A cold, cough or la irritpe can b?

7i? !zw'Yc! ; -tJI'l 2eJ "ft particulars.! If they'd had a revival lovable of the larger citi-*. The "nipped in the bud" with a dose .or

: and everybody turned to goodness !rolll tips prevent th. paper from of Itwo FOLEY' HOXEV ADD TAB

a I they'd not only have bin standin yit. adhering; to the lips. Try th"mhHw Beware of sub-titnte! *. W. A. P'Al-
0-DISTRIBUTORS.-o fmberte.
- i hat property along the mnln streets .
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threatening in my passion, to'ItUl' him Accidents will happen, It is Impossible 'The Dcvir Torulp Patch. --

The !Missionary's Death l whenever I had a decent opportunity."It I to avoid them, but they can be On the. top of Bald Eagle; mountain.
happened one Saturday afternoon compensated for to some extent. Just where the old turnpike break R vt
-- I had insensibly grown into the habit of Get your life insured in Watson's over the brow down into UL-w-k Holi
I going to the surface at the close cf Insurance Agency.
up ef ro--k, which
lie was a till, dark browed man anj valley, is queer
0lil'Ptrf'lItly the week and there sometimes
staying ,
i eI
not exceeding 33 or 33 years'!j until the following Monday-that, in a years ago was christened "The n
old. This Lancashire miner, whose mancer )beastly condition from the too free ux? C. R. TAYLOR, Turnip l'a.'h:' The rwk*. which: are IIII 1 I' bun I

was! unrouth and whose speech was of liquor, the missionary was to ascend of a reddish I'anll"ton('. have a striking
composed of dissoiuuts conveying quaiut'' with me. lie stepped into the basket MANUFACTUREROF peculiarity of all tandug: t.n; end. thus

figures; of speech had crossed the Allan- and seizing the chains placed hinisdf forming a jaseed, irregular surface

lie to work in tLc great coalfields of i on the edge of the vessel. I saw how STYLISH.... that won for it its queer name from o I .e ( rnCi

Pennsylvania and Booth to say, he could dangerous was hU, seat and' told him ,.. the early !>('ttPr*. -
he had better stand: up by my side. He & when the stage k
di ro\'r little tliffwnce between the i! rv: In bygone days
laughed at me and cried out: ...: ..:: ..; ;;; : :. .1,
mines of Lancashire and those of Scran- | wheeled their way up from Xorthumbeilaud iiUHL ,,, a ., ,
'So you're the man that's going to .o

ton."You see, sir," Le said to me, "I'm a''' take"This my was life?heard' by several, but before: T t l :1 S H traversed William-'port.the old pike the that four skirts inLands I 1e.t4I -yi to ,il d

real son of earth. I was born hundreds of I could reply we were a hundred feet on : the turnip patcl. and the strange garden -I i 0IF

feet Iclow the surface. You see, fir, my our way up the shaft. The basket tip-1: cf rocks!: vas a constant source of ==<< '
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; ; travdor. Added) ,
the IIII
father and mother were workers in the i iliaJ i 'lJA wonderment to
iu which I"u born. They very : 'Get in, sir," I cried, quite as much : tic to its iatc-Hst as a natural <-uric."!ty i- I

rarely came to the Up of the ground :i alarmed for my safety as for bN, and I a bidden stream of ":Ih't.lIml'Whl'rt' I r

Once a mouth or s-> they'd do that, w hen involuntarily stretched out my hands to i M WORK OF \M DEKIIPIIOI>r beneath the standing stones! the imUy !
him but excited td
clutch and save ; by li-i- IIII
in and I of which P.ifins: a rumautiesciLg
to flowing
there was money wage get uor and possibly remembering what 1 : !
liraudy and tobacco and food to buy had said when I charged him with steal. Executed in the Highest Style of the ArtWork I beneath oui''" feet. Nol .,,dy

"I was not only born but grew up ia ing my money, he pushed farther away knows where the source nf this streamIs '

the galleries, and I was a good bit of a from me and did what I had dreaded- Called For ail MTIOT nor can auyl>'''),} find where it empties

younsbter-perhaps G or 8 years old-before i capsized the basket. it ( flhf I i iI
1 took a seat in the bucket and wai I "The man was instantly out of my > :FREE OF CHARGE. The rock field co\ei an area of two

tent up the shaft to where there was another sight I heard a heavy thud, as of the ,, No. 9 North Palafox St. or three acres, with its widest part to I I I't' I 1tI., ;
" kind of light.: How strangely I w as : falling of a soft body from a great distance the north, then narrowing down V I ; I It
affected! by not only the light of the sun, below me, and I knew that the' Lr/2 1t
shaped to the south, where the angleIs
but by all I saw on that first day! Why, ; missionary had )been crushed to death. i i t 11I
( lost in of stunted hemlocks
t I just thought I was in the paradise old' "1 was not blamed for his death," add a fringe
Joe Klinktop used to talk to us about. j ed the miner, "but I could no longer stay ': 520,000Auction and elders. Theorists Lave figured on I 1'' IItil( IlllpI /

"Well, the shaft was upward of 500 and work in England with comfort, and I the
feet from the top to the bottom, and after j so I came hither, where, with a good the theory obtaining mo!'t credence is j

my first visit i to earth, hick was my holi- wife, I am as happily circumstanced ai a SaleOF that it I is a legacy of the glacial age,
Jay-and I was a regular sluge-I found i poor miner well can be.-Exchange. i the rooks being a collection pushed ,
I had work laid out for me-work {Iu'-h. into their present vertical position by < ro
ing coal cars on the tramways that was < A Fruitful Source of Friction. 0 0I
the Hecord.A .
moving Philadelphia
sometimes beyond my child strength. Altercation aboute trifles is a fruitful UNREDEEMED I 01
Still I worked without complaining, for I jrememheicd j rource of friction, and stock subjects c( I L.4i. "
well the strange world I had disputation beget a chronic "touchiness." Short, Knuny Tale II I ill ii ;
"What is anecdote, Johnny asked i1 i
been allowed to look utou for au hour One seldom convinces by excited and voluble i.
t and I.asked to be permitted at some fu | argument, nnd when a suspicion of r PAWNED JEWELRY[ the teacher."A 1111I
( lure time to visit it again temper appears-goodly to success! Politeness short (tinny tale: answered the I I,

"Two years laterI IIl'II' I wa about ns '; compels a conciliatory manner, little fellow. I II II
T. big and stroni as nn ordinary sized man an open minded hospitality to the views 'That's right," said the teacher. i ___ -

I came tp with others, mostly lads of my ': of others, which will be mot effective it "Now, Jol.nny, you may write a sentence I
j own ag'to enjoy for a week the life ol :' the object be to influence rather than to Of All criptiont on the blackboard containing tLeword. I Santa Clans Delivering Presents oj J'I

the outer earth. vent our irritation.-Ladil's' Home Jour ." dies and West Florida Steam Bakery f' ,
"That vas my second visit i to the sun nal.
light, and I never went down that shaft i; Now is the time when and Also, in connection with this, Unredeemed Johnny Legated" a mouieut and then 'I Address all Letters to Santa Clans, u',
croup wrote this:
work again. There was an explosion., 1 Sale I will
to : Pledge put on
Leo me add this much: After many days, i i clung troubles prove rapidly fatal. sale the treat Stock of Jewelry and "A rabbit has four legs and one an i ida Steam Bakery.

when the mine had been thoroughly: explored The duces only immediate harmless results remedy is One that Min-pro- Silverware recently purchased of J. ecdote." I ._- _----.,

t no living soul was found in the interminable B. ROBE Cincinnati, Ohio, at One- ;'rYIl .., TYi i ._.IT_ wrtl.rIUWWY .
1'r ITS T ,T -
ute Cough Cure. It is very pleasantto HelpIcKH Man.Mrs. .. - ..'.-. .
....... "
f corridors; but, go where you I Third Its Value, and theTwo Stocks I - "-
take and be relied to r
can husband does
would, the )bodies of dead men and dead upon ,Combined will make it one of the Easey My annoyme I '
quickly cure coughs, colds and all i I !
and pale, face pint-bed, back bent Greatest Auction Sales) so.Mrs..
women Jewelry ever
and shoulder) ) distorted lads and lasses : lung diseases. It will prevent con- before the in this and Kauler-Kenlly? What's the
put public city
sumption. Hargis! Pharmacy, Sydney i. j: 8TOREtEAD
would trip you up-yes, even in the path Kahn, John :Sheppard. vicinity. These goods will be Sold matter now? 1 GEM[ BOOK ( I j

ways. --- ----- Without Reserve or Limit to the Mrs. Iasl'y-Oll, whenever Le startsin
"The fire damp had done its work in Highest Bidder for Cash commencing to sew a button on his clothes I-
Tr, hilt a Donkey.A i\!
decd."1 was too young to feel greatly aggrieved newcomer iu Africa Las many Lave to stop whatever I may happento 11 : HIi (!UARTEBS FOR :

at their loss. surprises.:: .\. B. Lloyd, the author of TUESDAY December 11 be doing! just to thread the needle

"Small time was given me for sorrow. "Hwarf Land and Cannibal Country" !I fcr biw.-l'hilal1l'lphla Press.In d11 Ii SCHOOL BOOKS i

i My father and mother had hardly been a narrates au amu"ing little experience And will continue daily at 2:30 and every home there is some one who

day in their coffins, lying in the earth of of LN own iu purchasing a donkey in 7 p, in. till the entire stock is closed walks oil with things that belong to 111(!{ i
': the graveyard, when I was ordered to another Zanzibar: : out. The usual motto will be used the olhers.-\tt'hison Close."Come OF ALL KINDS. 4 !

shaft, where 1 was to be set at mj. We had to procure donkeys by no ; in my sales. All goods sold by me I ; .
old business of pushing over the tramways will be guaranteed as represented or I
I means an easy task. Of ('our'adl I ," is ancient
easy, go easy an its{
beneath the coal boxes. your money refunded. Thi sale WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK 111-
"The first person I recognized when 1 i I one Lad to be t tried as we were to use means money in your pockets. Remember paying, and good resolutions don't cost g

had got to the foot of the shaft of the I them for riding purposes, and in the I I have no by-bidders on anything.-Chicago News. l E:): New and Second- and Books for Public Schools f|:)
I 1
colliery to which I had lx>en assigned was course of the work we Lad various exIKriences. the floor. The goods are simply -- ---

the missionary: Joe Hlinktop. It was I Lad set my mind upon a sold on their merits. Will mention When the stomach is tired out it 4
Ever to Pensacola at the Lowest Prices
Brought !
shrewdly suspected that the cause of the flue female donkey and took her out ''a few articles which I will put on must have rest, but we can't live ('il"; MSCHOOL

explosion in the mine in which my parents for au afternoon's ride. I shall not sale: without food. Kodol DyspepsiaCure :f' BOOKS BOUGHT, HOLD AND KXCHAXUKU. Wf W
were destroyed grew out of this Solid Gold Watches with high ., Casb Price for your Hccond-Hnnd '..ub. A I'omp. .''
forget it. At first when I mounted her
! man's negligence to comply with rule movements such "digests what you eat*' so that j-il school rluppllt"I-TaIJIt'U, Pencils, Kenliolders, Ktc: l on'- toti (I]
grade as Elgin,
she would not move, in spite of all ( ) tills opportunity to Save Money on sour iooh
. which are considered imperative and always Waltham, Howard Filled Case you can eat all the food you want III
r' necessary to the safety of the op i j my most tender persuasions, and finally I Watche, R. R. Adjusted Watches while it is restoring the digestive

cratives. i she began to back. Diamond Case Watches, Ladies' and organs to !health. It U the only 'm'C. R. JOHNSON Prop. i:i
"However this may be, the missionary | Now, the streets of Zanzibar are very Gent's Solid Gold Rings, Clocks, preparation that digests all kinds o'f
I: was not refused admittance to the other narrow, and coming up behind me was Bronzes, Sterling Silverware, Quad- food. HargU 1'harl11aidue. ,\ :.;. 218 SOUTH PAL: : F0X STREET .:'

.hAtts-It" a strange chance he was absent ; a large;: bullock wagon. My sweet tem- ruple Plated Ware, Rogers; Tible Kahn, John Kheppard. '
I : ,,
it said he had been in London, ._ .L..,.-.--0 ...--..,_... ..,_...-..'_... .'TT.T.. . .,d'
was pored backed to the Ware Genuine Goods. ---- -
r d1 i donkey right on ; Ebony ; -- !-- -..!, -- '..' -- ._- _- _- ..
1 at the time of the explosion-and as h( i horns of the bullocks. Then it was no I' -
85XX Everything wheels
was personally popular with all, no matt I ,
longer' a case of making! tier go, but of 111011 GRADE DIAMOND:
ter where he went, his drinks of liquor making her stop JEWELRY, such as Holitare Rings, with or without rubber tires, i! Cleaning ladies skirts' and waists I will repair .If 1\-1"1.,
were quite as! frequent as his prayers. ,
Away she liew, right along the :Xax.a weighing from to3 K each Pendants is one of our !'pecialtit.'s.tar: Lauu- jewelry in first-, ". .
"In the nl'mine I worked hard and ;
at ,T, ]If. Hilliard (5Co's g ,
the little that was given me in return 1 Moja road and nothing! I could d put carefully away. would check her headlong career. In Studs, Solid Gold Chains, Solid Gold I

":Oix years I labored in the new colliery.In !| fact 1 soon tired of trying and lot her Headed Walking Canes, Field --
Glasses Glasses :Musical In-
that long period of time, during \\hil !; go. Ou she went right in among the Opera
I'grew om of bojhood into manhood, Idon't ooeoanut trees regardless of every- struments and hundreds of other articles
too numerous to mention will t: A Goo sub tant al
think I the timesas
saw sun as many i thing until sl'e came to a stoop hank be sold at
.i there were added mouths in those I Here !she stopped. This showed that _

, .. years. I was quite careless and happy, slio La.I good sense, and I decided tokeep s.
. and I perhaps: would have worked contentedly her Alex. LiscWsLoan s ,
: there all.I I! life but for the aoeldent I Gift '"'
t X-ffias
" '1:1: i am about 10 relate."luihe I Queer (la tI... J \ 'P. = h
! i'Q course of time the missionary: The I.-te of Man like the soldier In.rI"'llIe'S Office.U20 t f t. .L.. ..
FI; was made aware that I waster little } i r. .1 ...r F.J. "J
fniailiar sitt ft'h. is "full of
my t'l'Inh.'o"rloll'
strange oath" Mr. Shoe. l C., ln-fon- .
o. } SOUTH PALAI'OX STltliliT.OpplteCu ?
and resolved himself ot
i cm possessing in.vtreasure. .
1 : I Ix'iiiumng liis judicial duties) as special\ ft1 '
Had he come to me and frank; ,,tutn House CLOT'H
t U'lIlIIli"liiolll'r in inifctii.i with the ,
ly asked for any ur all of my poundsand I IN G
crowns I should in all probability: Ii'.inlicllIM> tuts required to swear P. S.-I have a R.lfety'aut.! Fire L T <1
l. have gratified hid vi>hes, but the man: that he would ndtniuMrr jt:>tico asiiuputiilly and Hurglar Proof, and I am prepared t ) t.ot
I hose to tale them from me by suneptitiou "as the lien ing's backlxiii- to take good care of your ar-1 I 1 -OK- ':

i <> means, and he succeeded in hi:! evil I doth IV: in tic uiiil.lh- the fisli. The ticle of value and will in/ke liberal .: ,
advances on all such articles the
l'"irp. NU ul Man[ is not the only )place iu the I 1
"I in time fouud out what ho had don. lowest rates of interest. No Loan SHOES.Men's t
world in which the animal i kingdom ,, :
but not before he had n asd'd all inv too small and non too big. ttemem- ]'
plajs a part in the making of <>ath her the :.JG South Palafox '
6ul t..JI'l'.,and I became.terribly anzrr is 510.00Bays'
---- -- One of the many modes in which Chitu'e streetopposite the l'otol1ktIex, SUl.tS.$2:: :: : : : : :: : : : : :::: ::::: : : : ::: : : : :: : : : :::: : : ::: :: :: : :: : : : : to

witne'''M's are impressed with LischkotT, Proprietor. i iSpawn's

the Imi>"rt.ince of idling the truth I is iI I Suits: .. .. : : : ::: : : : : :::::;::: :::::::::;:::::::: :::::: :::: :: :: : : : .75 to S '150Youths'

YG cueing! off the Lead of a fowl, a ceremony : : : : :: : ::: : : :: : ::: : :: : : :: $1'75 50Ladies'

which is supposed to represent Evaporated 'eg-, Suits : : :: :: : : : ::: :::::::::::: :::::: :::::: :::: :: :: :: : : : : : to S 5

theunhnpprfate\ of the pi-rjnrer. Many etables and Cocoanut in

Indian witnesses were swoiu on tigers find Skirts: : :: : : : ::::: ::::::':::::::::::: ::::::::;: :: :: :: :: : : : : .75 to S 6 50Ladies'
skins, iu the bc-li.'f that if they delile flavor purity are equal

their lips with lies their bodies will to the fresh. Ask your grocers Gapes: ::: : : ::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::::::: :: :::: .: : : : .48 to 810.00Ladl'e

.4 -1 become food for tigers, while others for them. Once used I Jacket.s. : : :: : :: : :: ::::::::::::::::: :: : :: : ::: : : : 315 00Misses'

Evety woman laves to think of the stand on lizard: skins and ask that always used. S' : :: : : :: :: :: ::: : i:82.25:: ::: :: :::: : : : :::: to
their bodies shall be, covered with the
t tins; Vien: a soft Lt;!e bod/ all hero : : :: :: : 3.50
n..w.ll nee:!e in her bi tom, fuJy;! scales of the reptiles if they fail to tell : Jackets -. ,-. -. .". .-.. ..:-. ...:::::: :: :-. ::: :: :::: :: : : :: $1.25 to 8
sat -.j the! yeirnirg ben lies top the truth. A Norwegian witness asks

; ths h Joe of every gr od w ::an. But that his meadows and cattle shall be
Shoe Stock Must be Reduced1LOOK
{t. yet there u a black! : cloud hovering cursed if Le swears falsely. "Cursed 10,000 fr.

I r about the: pretty ps-turs in her rn'r.d be my cattle" lie exclaim "my beasts' Awarded at Park .

'.. wh.--h f.ils!; her v.:::h terror The iny sheep, so that after this day they AT Ofll LADIES';:: .. .. . ll.ihtHHOES IOOIAT OUR CHILI _.

t dread of childbirth takes av.-ay much may never thrhe or benefit me: yea LOOK AT OUR LADIES' . . . 11-JO SHOES LOOK AT OUR CHILD'S .
1 of! the )jiy of noihernood.: And yet it
r.ssd nt be so. For ao;net.::.e t:ere cursed may 1 be and everything I JKJ;. LOOK AT OUR LADIES' . . . .* I iri :>HOKSLOOK : LOOK AT Gill IJOVS AND MENLOOK "

has ben upon the! market, we!: s>es."-London lllube.Knm : \ I auiNALAROCHEWINE AT OUR LADIES . . f.'ui SHOES: AT OUR 150VS AND MEN -

ar.d rejorri.ciidsd bJ p.iys.cans.: a LOOK AT OUR CHILD'S; . . Me. SHOES LOOK) AT OUR 1toys'ANiMEN: .
linnet calledMOlher's lie I.ovrd her
:Mrs. Duncan Stewart described I.adyIVaeoiisSeld CORDIAL I.OOKAT OUR t'HILD.r5..jjc.; SHOES LOOK AT Ol R HOY ;'A\DMI\S: r -
Friendwhich as originally; a factoiygirl. Hithect recommendttions for curt ot Poorness j jol
Mr. Lewis first saw her going to Blood, Stomich troubles sad General Debility Thesa Gaads Are Marked Dawn 2D] Per Cent.
Increases the ipretite, strencthens
makes ch.idbirth simple and her factory I'l'tlntlflllIiI with bare the nerves and builds up the entire system.i
t east as nature intend it. It is a foot. He educated her and marriedLor. L

ill I I strengthening, penetritm : died and !left IIl'I''l'r rich, and 93 rue ProuotPARIS e. P. E BHAWATER'SSCAMS : .4'01EPRICE
the skin readi! It
/ : sorJ.s.: tlll'lIhe: married Israeli. WLen ask: F. Fouicpra A Co. I R
the r:uacleselast: :::; and ,
I gives J v:jsr ed why she married her second Lu- .Sarno, % 1.
prevents sire; breasts, s.roe ..:..-
;:; and the I toss of ;!he: gir'.ich l.g: ;' baftd'\ she would say. a< If It was aft -- -
An :'ntcl'ifrcr.t mother in Bic-! utl1l'''' in her sap) "}I,}' dear Le made BEST
Iay's: to wta I t"n",1 M.i' : s t 'Pal love to me while my first husband wasalive Look the country over and you : lOa SOTIICASH [
aga,i,1 w. :,do3tamlb .t. I:111..4 will find that the vast majority ALLOWED a4Q FITTING
therefore 1 knew that he
to $:s bottle f'r it."
puy per
I wealthy people to amass
Get .Mother1 Friend at the drug really loved DIe" Augustus .1. C.ilaie's wealth by buying a pi'cef real fOR. ; STYLISH
'T T
store. $I per bottle.
THE BRUnCtD RECIUTOR CO., -- ------ tate. T.C.Wat80U&Co repeat S I HOLSE O I) illinium &JF owaaeua PiURi\
t Atlanta, Gd. Many have lost confidence and the old proverb: "A word to the

\Vrie(or oar free.i.ustrt: .book,"Ecfort hope jjs Mell a. health, because they wise i is sufficient." POPULAR PRICES -
tube is lx>r.u"" thought their kidnevdisease wa in
curable. Fouy'gW'EY Crete i ia is
positive cure for th> discouraged
and djicon-olate. Take noothr. W.

A, D'AIeinhcrtf.If ,
t J
you want the bet cigar on the
matket a;:k for Columbia. Krueer

& Kiisleman, Agent. aSltf

Buy your farm wagons

from J. Hilliard # Co- To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it '' PrJf ( SOc

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SfECI4L Nor cEs. SEEING SHOT F .:f .. : : ... .. { }:t+: + : :: : Custom laflnrnm Language.Pomologists. Save Your I'
/ like botanists: find It Money. J

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My regiment : ::- ( (o. ; & Impossible to enforce the rules of priority One box of Tutt's Pills will save ;
was nttahea to Smith's r. .
in names of fruits and tlowers. In
oft Gift 4 *1D' brigade Blair's : at Vick"burg.; \\ e ha.l made assault pear
of Hay ID: and were now reforming our and Tel'graph for a grape have not In'k:

r-- Lll' !" 'l'I- i line their and'preparing works. for another assaulton our !I 1 HOLIDAY r ANNOUNCEMENT I been leading changed; ['onoinglst In !spite and of the potnolojiical efforts! of of the stomach, liver or bowels. ,' :'l

sewn 1'alatox I street and ler- i iI Two days bail lapsed, and we were sock ties to support prior names. Those No Reckless Assertion''
I 1'* .. .rt. art of Knives and Forks ready for our On the Zd"e wereordered e who lead in these good efforts! forget !
of Clothes. Finder v a
*-* ., al You *: Kobinson'i tables I to occupy one of those waves of I 1 \'1'J that the only law for language Is the For sick headache, dyspepsia, !'IT
rl< > '. ard. :!Ildl a hills! that offi-red! ruoh excellent opportunities law of .ustoai. In a famous
t' ______ I for the defense of Vickslmrg. EI( .J are told "the English language grammarwe re malaria, constipation and biIio. 4

"jjoNIiV: rl'C LINI). The crest was about 5CO! yards in advance .' '
r -
_. quires the pronoun 'it' for all Inanimate usness. a million people endorseTUTT'S : +
--- t of our artillery line and about i I 1
i \\-Uoyou need money? an ( f fI : : obji-cts." but custom !has so firmly "
A ,,' amount want : equal dUtame from the Confederate in- 1! Liver PILLS : ;
| rro guy you made be
: tl.eUII; a and the moon a she
trenchments.'e THE
..'1 ,. ..41 terms and lowest rates I a.l\lII'\"I in good order *,jj j .
ableon! Improved city real" and reached the crest with slight ; ; \I that we bate art-opt it. Thus: it will .

t.:'.' U !IIkrahnrui4 Houth I'ala-I and lay down to await orders for the los'I I 'I 1 I ,_-_, -- -- ever be. To secure the adoption! of a
1*', TO TIIOVGHTFL'L Bt'VKlW.I :' : '
assault. .' -- ------- --
leforr.iers Ifstirf
< TTTe prior game: must
-:r. LOAN' fKKMONAL: : As we lay upon!'ks paziag upward :. themsohes U-fore custom ;gets posts will give you a short list of some

'I| ',,\pply toi street A.1"hb"rl'18ber Jltf I I we looked into an Italian sky cloud- I >! sun: of tLe tl'II.-h'11:1I's Monthly. elegant articles, which, if boughtand
-s : lens and wrene. It was a typical "sunny '1 given t# your friends are sure '
w.NT TO BORROW MONEYI1 south" day. warm without discomfort. I o.; I A List of Useful Presents ; : ('are In I'ondrr tills. I to please tnenti :
aF' I I
i nev. mnure buy your or property leil real pro tol' ,I the air balmy and fragrant; not a leaf .i e The ganuitit.vt: \\or.'S. in powder Elegant Diamond King for your
'' i' Ill fll'd; all I nature .sci-uit-d to be j I friend.
peacefully lady
.: ip-rtfuf any description have I & t' mills an piH/U'tlt'ss s.I that they can
'*: -i. nut or unit-lit1 or
nf !'re.< T hn.. l;. Watson A: Co. I roar of war that nlwal rending thkpeaceful i carry a beautiful pair of sleeve buttons
?. ai 1 Insurance agents. Pensa- ,vale be 'i .-. and art ma: 'If of iummtlaui-!
ouly to equaled by hear- will
:- please gentleman friend.
*- To ; your
"+ randeratn. everyone i GIFTS .
are i ? ,
I en's mal.Jf! iirMtTliiL No one !:> allowed! to
't from UA .'e .'II1I"nd money !i thuaderiu guns when the storm (i I Little ringlnd beautiful pins to
w: h d a bouse. I Hd-tf I, klug: is abroad ia his pincer IIVing I & f Ij I oJ" I go -il-ort: with: fou ers tuiiieil up at please the babies. .

located midway l>itn>.en our ..., the 1.,1t:,!. l"'-<-aurit, is l t'ollel'tI1'j '' silver novelties and Sterlingsilver
'UI ( BI ::'I '''. tilK-ry and that of the enemy, with I1r'l i ;i'' I la that.i.iaaJ the merest hard sped. to suit old and youn:;. and clocks .

\ ;i'', -iralilo pew .V-n>oin cotL roar of lho guus on either ride and hissing (. I;:) Presents for Gentlemen. b, E I j ,is dacgnui--: I most beautiful and dainty enough to .

4 > "I' I'o0srePw City. one hcreanin:; shot and shells hurtling ..',.. I b .. adorn the parlor of a queen.I .
Initial Silk Handkerchiefs . . . . . rile 'r
1 I: .' AilJrosa I U. Box HI, ':, OUT our headmade our position a hell : (i j i V l'r"lIk. have ten {thousand things too
Ud.t! of demoniacal :sounds! but so protected (I j Initial Japanese Hilk Handkerchiefs, six for. 75c g> !I ISass-srjW: / vritV is terribly plain. I numerous to mention. Just call and
IJ :
Mv ou"-tnrr cottage rool that v.e carefully listened to the roar and i '.' .:: Initial Linen Handkerchiefs Box . .. 1.50 i look over the stock. No trouble to
f" >. .vinz riMiiis andkltehen door from, philosophically! i-'iatempUiu! ] the (.nances ar.;, I All-Linen Hemstich Handkerchiefs . 15.2-jaud; oOc L ,.. '11UII sit" d.i.-s not appear to possess! anycompel:1 show gotuK I will meet all competing -
i rrt: street OIM :-: ? :in g attraoti-ia*. :1tl1't
victory or defeat. price of market. All .
t .\| pi:, to Mrs. 1. U. hCRrntt. I..r Less Dozen. any .
'1 by \ Styles evidently thinks: the world of
11'nlm'- Our reverie however, was soon rudely i + (' !good* guaranteed to bp jut as rep
I aromod by a thud and a Hub cloud of i White Silk Hem.tich Handkerchiefs . .30c; lo$1.25 > al resented. Call at 112 youth Palafox

t' :\. ..\. .very St). desirable?*? huutb store I'alafox ont I dust b'lt a few feet mown the hill! from s \\'hiteandColored ilk\futHers..i5etoH.5 :b; r I;s-St tJIl's is nn odl tttll'k.hl'n street. J. I. :' TEIHEXS.decMf .

r iplyd by 1. tu !enhPim's where we lay.Comparatively. I. c White and Colored Bordered Lawn Handkerchiefs, A 1 he was a schoolboy be was actually I
I ;
Win. Fuser, .
''Iy l to ViU'jHVntf I I safe from the
", -. I I fire blue line ia ('ceill"j i per dozen . . . . '. . .. . . $I.OO IVhiteandColoredHorderedLawuHandkerchiefs s. fund of mental aritametie.-Roston Jl
our plain sight of our j I i i :. Transcript.i J. !. Hilliard $ Co. employ
r-: \ 1 ran newly furnished room I Runners, we coni'!oI ill the coirectnesi r;;:1 \ I ;.. 1i

r ,. '.eotreet.lailie, or gentlemen.slltffurnlnbed ('"U of their aim. I ;t I 1 per dozen . .. . . .. . .. . . . .50c i; DeWitt's Little Early Risers are only union labor and
n lint here comes a shot from o-r guns I j (| j . . . > f ) use only union material.
I 1 I 1!' ti Scarf, Kour-in-band and Tecks. 25 and &()c r dainty little pill*,but they never fail
t' r.l-cla" rooms Waterhouse's battery-plunging: into j .. .,
I ; <: r. cleanup the liver obstructions They build everything on
I "th "n.1 olb..r modern Im- : line' iV-nnol! lore si-nt orderly, to remove -

.. ,o. ..', corner Wrigbl 17alm'and our B'tiuaiutin. ; the agaves with an their careIo.s.ness. t('I I:.) Presents for the Ladies. \> ,1 0) i-and' Pharmacy invigorate Sidney the !'o ytem.Harpi Kahn., wheels.Time .

KOlt eA1.l :. .\,. the shot had struck bnt a few feet to'i: t Fancy Scarfs Pillow Slips. Irish Point and Batteaburg > John Sheppard is money. The next few

.- .-- i bebw where 1 lay it ii nc-vdleas: to say 1 i i (I:j Setts, Center Pieces and Bureau Covers Hems- ?> :J DILl.IJCKLE years mean much money for you if
\ .\' upright piano In lirnt- watched the that .t! buy a piece of real estate
I'I'r. : in. Inquire! at Sin West ; fin ther firing of guu I ':; tiched Tabe! Linen*; Hem ;tiched Covers and g, you now.
f with interest. Ti-n minutes elapsed, and :1 HOLLAND HERRING. Values will increase rapidly with the
J K. KHz. l.Vllw I Towels Pin Cushion, Plain and Trimmed. ..
I i shots passed safe.y; I lying ;. t.. ..) ;i srrowth of the city. Consult with
;! Initial Silk Handkerchief. .. .. . . .. .. . :!5c v
i- ,f\ 'nt'L.'" furniture over" three resting on tty Mt grimCorporal: gird I ; NEW MACKEREL.: Thos. C. Watson & Co. about
r 1 ar' 014.coaslstingof bureau ; a manly hOllier lay upou his back close I o I Embroidered Silk Handkerchief* ... . ..5C to $1.00 9 .: investments.
.a.h.tant. to Harvey PIG'S FEET.ATHMl'LLER'S..
..l. alai:-; rt 1'"rr"oDa Apply Bt. lldlm 1 to my side. I Ii :. l Embroidered Linen Handkerchiefs . .33!: 33and 50c 5> ; : '---- -,- .-

i I wai watching; that gun. Handkerchiefs . lOc .
i s'. -it H"lieboUr 1 furntture. good as A white puff of Ftnuko! and instantly l'r a, <: 50 Dozen Swiss Embroidered $ i;! PHONE L 13. 400 6. PA LA FOX. that will keep
. We. sheer . . -"Oc
\ 'u'ap.pply at TX tI I Fa: All-Linen Hemstich Handkerchiefs, COmfollts
the top "f a tree standing in a hollowabout I r d \tfF li) ) yards ia advance of tie guntoplel f. hl .- All.Linen Hemstich Handkerchiefs. . . ... to 35c; ull" i irJ' : When you once try the celebrated you comfort V
S\.K; The moot desirable lots laT 3Ij ;" Vienna Cream bread you become IiI
," eay term, by the Fisher OMT. I : ) Dozen White and Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs < cutomer.If'nna Model Bakery able during the cold weather

1.:.,.a.., .K-'s:' AKf'cyl li! $"utb Palafoiit 1+almVt The activity. In the of r.oxt the human fow seconds tind is lived pheaomoual. (:Ij I.rJ' per dozen. . . . .. .. .. . . ;50c; f !) I dui West Intendencia. and at such low prices

mortals. ,.." Box Hose.: pairs for. . . . . . . . *. ..$l.l(.) ;j> .. -- --

N'1.1:1). The ua cspvri'nldrtin gu'1, tree and uysi-lf;; \.n were tft in directTho (,:j Best Kid Gloves, per pair: . .. .. . . . . .Sl.O'J > ,tj) I To Whom it May Concern. that you can afford to buy
Notice i* given that ands
\ vnnc+-.sxgoxteonkawhite- line. '(.?; <: Glovesl'err'air . . .. .. . . .. ... iOc ., after January hereby l-t.19ul the members on several. Ill!al'stoll $ Finch.
hht. In-fore htiutrd by the tree, __
\\ I r.Tnanl Employment i> Eight Yards Dress Good, 40, inches wide all Linings t of the ShipCarpPnter'sancICaulkersI n
.' .i 11I.,.Iluddtng up..talr had: tern stt(:it iontly! ilciatcd l to git o\er. (fj) d ; I
i Hut \\ I\t now'? Trimming*, for . . .. . . . .$:tOO Union O. s547.) Federation of Labor &
r i! will not work with non-union
.. I Would th' ob-.trtietiun lower is il'!va- f f ; any
< ., reliable > rnon in
p I ,
\U-\ >tr tn rrprr.fiit large ?omlainlal ,i..:! and l.lull"! it into our line? Q Presents for Boys and Girls. t I man except in cap of extreme neceitv. L 1J'r
j'hat : a All member of the above f
: rtpuurtlnr.issal-; \\ i n that I see? It is corning; r
> r
.,t day 0 :> I"f I union f
mhi.weekly: per to attend next
i i, ; are
iiLike: l is ii Its Ciglit I t . . . requested :
and all expulta; stfatgkl. strais-ht at : n v ; Boys'Ilicyctelfue.per pair . . 2 meeting, the third 'dncdiy in
r''"a ? '
,i 1.1t4111111:1)fie ,tlary nu and"mm..wn t"I.t'n; see it. \\l'lt"ill it .I.--tal. off an arm I /J; ca (1rh'! Fine Ribbed Hose per pair. . . . .. 15c; .<'* 'f December, when tilt election! cf otli- :!!, ..cA / ,) D't :!!,
I K'sV \;"il": lIP hoi..e to wife :1:1<11.a. '.
or a f.1 'i""r''o :
i > d encii week Standard I ') ( Ci.ild's Initial Handkerchief! per box . . .. *25c!; r .: I errs will take place. : ,
ttuild ('b.agu. 4dsd biton ern:"hl: or will they bury n-e on I 1 !
Ulg j01 lor bl":..1'' There was a n hid of ifs too t,. Child'* Hemstich Halidker hid*. per doz . . ;oil 2' .}: I IId-tillj j C. T. JoltN'uN Pre:'. .., '... s.

\U'\N1-: bottle All ami 1'!.*A.ot KEIIOKA.N.Tr. empty >juarttj ant [,.,;..i\Jliti.'s\ : about\ this life and the ; :,1 l Bjy'Coloft'd Bordered handkerchiefper doz. .. 75c ;) If you want to see a nice Fruit or t "J l rr J

.' next rii!rIlT thni'ich toy brain.Vhy' . .. : ; i i Pound 'ake or Ornamented Cakes, ( (
i Boys Kid and Cloth Gloves . . 25 to 7Cc;: :, i .1 et
ant tr.rn o\or. J,1 i- if, j-ir.ip II:>. a'i.vtliini .1'I fj' )
; .
W,,>. .i',-.I.*-. oa: beer oof.h at l; :1tf anSt.i ; I.> sit r.t of rarcn "f c I lj.) (!. MiWs1 Kid Gloves . . . . .. .. . . .HWMiseV ::' :: .. I I look fer's in steam the Bakery.ij show window. at Pfeif- ;. : :, '. i

d ca*liVas I dmciuil t-i bo witt.e.., of : Wool Iiten.l! ;; ;.) iScMi ; I ,> ,

M.ili- Its'tt'\utt..I.- ', I'\cn' ,]..t.iI uf my own death! ? The I (:tj i) .: -"e,Jacket . . . . . . . .fl.:5: to $1.50 '"' :;ij:) { Nothing too'.g -orl for our 1
-- miui ortia-i tie spit-d 1 i-f the.mnca ball : WE ARE THE
M Iwnn: : :..d to bull our e rns1, bye a tlo't'nd tames: but there! was nt tin '.'.. ft ) :; patrons, fry a "Table DC
." .> .. !i'ile-ul. <> and reia.I trade {Ij House Decorations. ; .J
litr;:e.t gad only t.ianufKCiur- to tfliraph tlu danger! ; to the iul!! musdts (ij a j E'1' I Hole" or A La Carte meal Leaders in Neckwear.OfR .

\ '' .1.':.a ; n.tti.i anet"rll1.Mfg.i.d I ?"-rat, IoIH'ltD'-t-alury li fur the a.pinlst"'iull., of this rot-n nl confusionthin I ;';}. <; Fine Damask Curtains. . . . .. .. $2.50; to $lJC' : ,;11 1 for oO cents at the New LINE OF

<.lHiu.V-.llyr oai.ii a h..1\'j spat a tremor of then I ;' x. Fine Velvet Rug! : . . . . . . .JJCO! ) to fl f.OSjiyrna -. >;>, I\ Cord ora

1 11.: .\, .. !.-. I'tif I'u .-.11-. 1:1'01111,1. II :"; ial.lil1; t,e s" :\I.tluntrm: ; 'i' : ; Rugs .. . . . .. . . .. ..$1,tO to $1 00 I 4 1 ASCOTTS.:
-- : my tare. an 1 jumpe to my feet un- n I
L Mill H'\tltH.po: + fUfIl.hJdr la .rIlIl..I. I.. I Iwo:k (:.I\\t ..-> the n.a'iglod! Lace Curtain i per pair; 75? to ?> 00 ; beautiful line ; : ? \ I Q. ARE THE VERY LATEST

\' 'l"r..llo.1J Isnqurt.orsprcialI; : iV.t ljrio' ; aii'l! tan sU'lk1,11 depth! of the I fi fit'inl i (:' at. . . . . . . . . . . . .&;5.00 liJ 1; \ J. t UUyUlmn Ci U '

,_+ \ii-tS: ("?!':! .n:> ct toy tidohose! left ; '' Chenille Table Cover . . . . . .?H.25?; to SI.Os) i fh JORDAN i l CO. ,

-- -- sj-! hid Lets carried quay ly a six j t|;%I \r Daina-k Table Cover . . . . . .?1.25!: to *. :250! ; .' 1 : The I'jwto-Daio I'liriiUlierH.
"'H'I.'S'HY.... ..... p.itin.l '!III'. i l f: ." V, !'iciest-' aad Kma. l> ali'r- InV
- -- i
MH HP.u'AN i.ItaliRN: !' iii-.o\iiii that his lips c.ovi-d, I knelt ; Table Linens. I ISUan -
., stik and Kuc::* fir 'ale. dun! n :I'I!,! 1.' :K',I the faint: w.inis tube i re- I'::i I
\Villu M. nlnrt' Co'nl lf] peat."M.iMur! -water." And the soul D.lmask'inches .eto1.)5 .. E r: Choice Family Groceries

..f t'.rp"l'nl [:ir.1. n go" Ml soldier, a clean : '.: ; ,
l.rIrIt! <: 1'orner'i t'oulirv ,
I I't ,. .i Turkey lted Damt* otl iucl.t.pH\'ard. . .. 2e;
ttIn 4t1Jrgiz; for6tJ51-Park hcarti-1 !b.':' wih vihori fur nearly a year ,ii .'7 f )
'..,. < .i trid 'nin-. I'lrmoulh! H< rlc.f .<. i. . . . i i \\1Io.w-war.! Ci;:'ar-. Tobac-
>- W"n.loU.III and .. e lnar li. t fi Unbleached! Ialnaskper yard. 25c!:; to OOcij
i h .''til ia', Park aTtli f \ buried !Jim ntar'Lt fatal tree that 1 :.. ..., 1: I co. l1u1T, Etc. ; also
) '. All-Linen Napkin*. "", size, per dozen .. . . $1.25 II
eaust.i! the aiidont.! and a ytn.r later I : HAY, CORN, OATS AND BRAN.
< r i./ > \\ i H. .. R Knitted Towels..25c! !; or doz ?:2.75! ; ;> :
h :
furnUhi-d! 1 ,!,'IIiI i-\l his boi'.y. ;; Large: Size Fancy per ,
....,...,.. a to i'i"t ; :; Tarragona; and Intendencia Street 'inn ri C rricleti!
( 'W ns: and Moral ].rsi nI- that it mi; 'tt I 11- laid l IN-.!!ite! Lis! kin nt lit; ; : Large; Size Hemtitched Huck Towel. 25s; or per :' ;rj I
( 4 __ riioiao 00.
.- '.>. m, ordered for eu.tomersv northTn! hoii'o on the! banks of the !beautiful t: doz . . . . . . . . . . . .$.....,j i, 1 offt
> ate Moreuo, X3 Wrst Uregury! hat.kakte. :1:1 :.N I R Choice Assortment of Seasinablej
: 2WI m The d.itli of this young !'llloIil'r1'1' I P 1 100 White Bed Spreads t worth much! morel and SI I :25!: :. '0"f I I l dl Q>ztty.aPfy !

(".'IIII'al ''I"'ft.h' C '..lIlIc'lI. has 11 weird l iatore-t for me. Why shouldit Christmas Goods. +41 ,
strike him and, I,-ave me? Phi the : : Clothing and Furnishing Goods. y j 1 Awarded

"\\ t >\rKi\ ..I>4ineM uo>.eromeot9trtvt.A .-nt K. O. Fhonia.7tf Holt fates iKtri-- it, or was it for some wise j {t.> ,. NECKWEAR : :' *II II Toys Baskets. Doll, Confectionery tI- Gold Medal

purpose of him who number the hairs j t.;* i:!, Clock!*, Lamps and other Orna 9_ Parts Exposition 1900.
of our hi a,1 1 an 1 notes the fall of a sparrow ,:: .. 4 Evtry New Shape Oat, B'Hurifulllt5i n*. 25. r) and 75c.; '." mental and Useful lIou"eN

UA i u (.; oon", ? I ;ft J Come and See for Yourself. 3 I hold Article
_,. !_ ... I: i
'* I have seen tlia smile of incredulity na U t'r ; Sold 1 iiy Mlmi Bros.
Ml.-1 K\UM IiEI \Manurapturei! the faces of friends while relating this I <. < Gloves. :30 > ;
I t ,1 lic Mats Toile, ,
Kler in Hair >odf. (ri] i u,
.\". "'. Hair Oil, -tcMK! W. Oovernmeol" incident i of Mving a cannon I all in its''' I: C 2J > -
flight. I reply! know it i is truo, but I deem I 1 From the Fine Kid to the Heaviest Working: Glove. rRiilro.iJ

------ --- it possible only to close observers n 'v' Men's Gloves, a Specialty, 50c to &: .(JIJ. ;S1: 11j Christmas

1I>> UC.\TlNAL. I strong: eye an 1 favorable! atmospheric ,; I Ej 4 iiT Feasting iiT:
conditiors. I doubt if it is possible' in the I' ;!l ) Shirts. f

TUG FLORIDA hazy atmosphere: of the coa..t.t Mobile rl =
I watched! for nine but saw 1 Line in City Celebrated GriCcn Brand I 'Now wait
days j ?'l < The Greatest: the I > 3 good digestion on appetite
STATE, NORMAL SCHOOL, : n"I1"1 Aikaisjts post I saw several j i j : :' I'p-to-Dtte Styles, Kle
DEKMIK: SPRI:>05. The flight! of lionoylfo! far above the i ;ai G Popular Price 75c $l.uO and $1.25.; P 1 .

+,, '' '.< 1'i-.ny....i. eriSI.t.rt.rau...., 11 tops of Ii .'ts has lH>on fictjreatly ob- I II j aq
'., r .... l. IlllUJMUfNT. 1., II. I It. Tlxo Chris'etxiin IIolicI/xy: : are a time of Joy and Feaattne.
| I the! marcho : Shoes!
Shoes! -
"pr".1.wrr.1m': Oil :
[\,'. %:or.;> tOR" TERM ONLY $32.75. ] ; corps ;:< j 7 -It;; ..) and those Mho' seek the true enjoyment by load Living should T..kl' care that a Uo and
: join Iri'iit at Port Gibson; witnesseda II | *j I
doe m'otllt'rl"t'
j preparation Disappointment Tate 111..1 Satlsactkm await
C. L Hayes, Principal |I li'ich! : stir at ti'winday. t tI I (. Packard: alai Riy Stat- for Men DuttenhoJTer for Li- r for vicuna of error- -a'tly a>'ultl.d.I .
I Iu l,''J'. m :' down into the Platte I:S ; die*. in Fine Good*, built to our order and we !tc J
v.-il'oj! from OTallui blmTs. tie writer. i'; '.':. : think we know what the trade demand .>

H..7w .s'PJUldl"'. with the natural!, plainly saw the gar >I I rt 0 Style, Ci.rafort. Durability. a if if:7l.THE! : PARLOR MARKET
lisoa! tlai, at fort Kenriejr.: The dis- (!jJ J; The Greatest Lineof $1.50, fl.75 and $:..fllhoQIl earth.

\:. :.R. f"1.. '!,..I'r!TIltRlh..RI1Iito.o..n..r."f voU.tgnrrr or thtl p8nl.11.: lance i; sai I to bo six miles.-.Exchange.: ; .! When weay we are Sole Agents for Merriam's ::> (;;) ;; Is tte Flat, tf aH!! others: U Procure Everything Good to Eat.

's.. t I""I'I'. 1'111" ''I''lOo.hll N f I f.U; <" Men's and Children's :Shoes that: i U enough.k ;1; ) -
.. i r r. hb contracted by tot! Weft InfornirA i II ; I
11"1 Te36el. I [ .V.t Tli espeiincps o 1 !c\'atol' cicflactorsare )
.. nn.1.(1. I his lost visor 'if app>'titrThi
',: C'. .. atvr.NtlllIKU lout many' al varied!. and the better the I t.f ij AII.W"ollat"r: Flannel Suit* at. . . . . .S 9 00 :) E I) 'bi'ict-t of I r.-sh Mau of ,\II KmiU: the Freshest of t'inK.?li. right out of the
'il' 1I ref. j'idof:: human nature oao of these use- t.y.: 4:: All-Wool 10 oz Black Clay Worked :Suit. . . .<12.50; Y .V water : *1t" ( rl.p" t and ol Krp-h u-tnblf-.-. of Every Vsrbknnwll 10 the ,.,..8I .

fill caip'.oji'i's: i is tho more satisfactorily! y l't Suit.. . . . '' IsonandMnrkctih I : Tem-i.! stiiPoultryLO'nesticandIe.tcnl.aivranddreas-ltoe: .
.: r lUet-aptatn. n w nr' diitios toward those ( I? r.t.I'gant Fancy Cass; imer Jl-i totlti.uO: 's.] H'I'arlt'l> of ijime po-Mblr: to prtcure.: the lialnttf-st! of L/.lilacl"s (Jf't'r, dt.
,:.. nnr 1."n.lllh..... nt the JrltI.iii. .h can Le perform '1 lioe rf'1t'H1*. Ham* Canner.s: and r'harkkin ;1 S3 I{ scriptlt-n. .
<<:! : .tt.,. .. ..UUrielnnde 1..rrAna"t.1I.: iilm ride wi'h him. 1)\I\\II:1t the I'istikt '1 ':: ::-.uitsCelebrated. .. .. . . . . . . . "fl.) to f:' )."1 ") ?;v !1 Houi-fkfept-rsittii l'air erc ri-i-orcliillyitivitfj to call and choose for themselves
'. r".I"n'h'" fur dtlits con luillin;: then i is an elevator man : '' 'or. it lira- f'rbtd.lawn( fielrOrler-! y
I ., I' ;: ChNrlHal110lld Suit? for tiny, at ;, {
't: rl'Iof said "e Ml.jTlll'MMlN.
who seem10I be [r': feetinn in this regard; : t . . .$:!.CII. Si! oil. *:.t i\). <:-S ;[-1II.1j.lIJ.t :; ( *,). >:j and S !.5i ,<- I ... '.0 I 17:{>> If...
I : ro.. Capta.n. lIu,1! tae way Lo makes! people happy has ; t 5S t: Just I:!>cti"pIIlew Stock of our well known : j.1! .,, 'Te1ep1ioie ::. ';'\f;;
sL:iieeS. 1..i4tt"'t often Iwon the snh.iiH.t, ue l''mnwtt.:1 | .
Craek-a-Jack and :i.WdH1'.l1t* for P.f.y*. per
: i:."tanro nf this f"I\\!! : A few days: a;:') :( f- pair . . . . . . . . . .;tit:Ito T5c ? II IIlJ. i. -:
\.ar'eveballattheArutnr-r n Ivor::in ppprnaiijtil) him: aul I aCt'rI.t, ._. .' .

i''r ', !I'HH-u'ola. .. Light .Artillery. !ii;:: in his ear thus p.ddrc, cd him: "I 'r ': Underwear. ((4':j High and Popular
.1. U. want t.. soi a man wlin-o t.m !h O' I do nut (i <,:
I.n.Inn ) I ,!.> lint itier what I i !} Heavy FI. pced-Lic"d, pH suit.5 and $l.OO) '.:', Esteem. 1
.. oHue !h.. :;< "iplnrod: : i'i o' <: Heavy Merino Half-Wool in Gray and Tan. snit. ..$l.8J: ( '

r M', .t. tTective little liver pill:3 "I an \'. !. Kiiuaiic-d vith the! gentle : ltj( ) One Lot .Vool.botrrhtat: j''-p"! rrice . .11.75 t.:.. Erdor4edby thr patron saintif i

-: ;- .r" Ik-\Vitfr Little Karl)], nan '':1 ii--r' to." was tl!>.. instant reply I Ii .! Elegant Linht.w'eizhttV'tolinirtVand\thito.: "uitf2INI t !ln-Ulla tides a< well as IIv\ thou-

1 I.:,* '. .1'1 never pripe. Hargis .f t1!'" iI-i.M I r man "and lie Ins just Elegant heavyweightVoel in Gray and I r. )\V11. f2.50 J r; f't { -aii,l-s of it; conumerA.. li": C. IIoenuan -
1 I' ste; peil >lnt." i! 1.J'( <: Extra Fine Heavy-weight Wool inVI'i e and 4tj) beer imintaiuits proud

Vt' 'I.I' I.:i.licySiIueKahttJohn 1 Shep Te! wnian: I left the car seemingly! en- {!. Mot'led . .. . . . . . . J2NJIttg a.; I.'. Z p>)Kitioii acionth best beers known!. >;tii! J with! the icforuiation she I::0;' 0,: Stock Celebrated Girlqud Stretchyani: .. : g3ww Ir' to the lovers of good, honest, always!

':.,1 Military Ball by the IVns.i.. hall rnrhvcd.-Washington: St3 !(.:: : Drawer Heavy Canton Flannel, per pair. . 65c 't 1 ., tCl';-ume beer Too big for a stocking ..
[ it I It
1 L. !ht i Gf r a case of A. l;. C. beer isjuo load
New > {
; Artillery Yearsevrl1lw .
is needed at once wneu a per- V.
; .d
___ 'n Help ,';. Ii Ii f' for old Kris: Kringle. '
son's life is in danger. A neglected i )

says that you cari\\t cough ore:ild miy !soon! become serious : k i \ {
1 SOx.1- VIDAL
ct a first class meal in a, One Minute and should Cough be stopped Cure at quicklycures once. ; 71WILLI{ M ; .F. ,

restaurant in Pensacola ,, coughs and colds Bud the worst ::!i -; = '' DUmS IX WINES lIJUOU) : GARS, Ha! .
bronchitis grippe ,'- <7V7 :,:.:-" = .1,7"=: v -:: t.:;
Try one at The New Cor cases of croup I riv fir"t'r'STZ =r 11 ,4 '4i Cor. Government and
and other throat and lung troubles. ._ -, Tarragona,
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only vO and convinced.. --- ., John-HaruU Sheppard.Pharmacy Sidney Kahn ,I _. _s .c --.:'x 0: >>>:z 5:....:4}l<. _5CS5_ _'_<_> _,5v:_<: ;.:. <: <{ ;..o...:.';. :.. :.r'=ii1! te rs.r -- PHONE 13*. .



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THE DAILY NEWS: formulated- into a clear, concise, ALL RIGHT IN'BISCUITS Removal Sale |aSHSHS25HSSSH5HSES2SES| ISSUED BY THE

reasonable and simple code, strong -
Entered a' the Post Offlo *l FeniftcoU But a Poor Medicine.
to effect the
execution of the
J1a..M Moond-eUu matter. laws, yet equally effective for thei Common soda is all right in its 5% EQUITABLE
OlJ'ICE: Pitt Hul1dlnl(.!11}, Bo- tn Pata place and indispensable in the kitchen
u: sheet,ap-tuira. i I prevention of hasty or illegal convictions and for cooking and washing purposes CANDIES
i even where guilt Is clear, but soda was never intended : ,
PDBL1 LIED BY the abuses that have grown up in I, for medicine and people who use it Off ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY ij

THE NEWS PPBLISHIhU 00. the criminal practice can be eliminated -, as such will some day regret it. !I. EXCLUSIVELY 20 YEAR
The common use of soda to relieve
Terms-Invariably In Advance.One !j or even minimized, the popular 1 i heartburn and sour stomach is a From lOc per pound up. OF THE UNITED SI H "h

Year by: \ _rSOo :, attitude of contemptuous disparagement habit which thousands of people
auK Months -. -.800 towards the courts which now practice, almost daily, and one Our Entire Stock Must be GOLD BONDS/ Assets
i'hr8eMontb. "__,".w, __ 1 M which is fraught with danger, soda g $280.000,000
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One Month W prevails would disappear. Closed Out by Jan. 1st.W. ,
One Week by Carrier, payable: Mondav av 10 giyes only temporary relief and iu
the end the stomach trouble gets I-SH5HS25E5S525H52SES252-I SUrplUS, e. 61 .OQO.OOO
THE WEEKLY NEWS: Working Night and Day worse and worse. I. TBt..zl Et r.1l'i .

Pottage Published free.every Friday at 11.00 per :year thing The that busiest ever and was mightiest made is little Dr.King's and The bowels soda to the acts and walls cases as a of mechanical are the on stomach record irritant Will\\ Naturally, !! Command (the| jjjgljojj t MaI'h11)ril'1.| |) | (

New Life Pills Every pill is
TELEPHONE NO. 118. where it accumulates in the intestines -,
a sugar-coated globule of health, that
; I death inrlamma- Being Backed
1 causing by by
weakness into
tdrertising Rates furnished on Application. strengthlist- ;, tion or peritonitis.

,' mental lessness power.into enerey They're, brain-fag wonderful into the Dr.safest Harlandon and surest recommends cure for sour as The Strongest t Life Company in {tile \1Vr'hj

UNION BEL per in building box. Sold up the by health.W. A. Only D'Alenir 25c stomach (acid dyspepsia) the daily << ,],
berte. use after meals of an excellent preparation -
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sold by druggists under the
name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet*.
PENSAOOLA, mo.: 21. 1900. i These tablet are large: 20 grain loz- Acjts
1 [ enges, pleasant to the taste and containing
lie Was Prominent Cotton
a Buyerfront the natural and digestive ,
peptones :309 Palafox St. PENSACOLA
THE NEWS is indebted to Editor | Montgomery elements necessary to good I, t.

Leroy Brandon for a copy of the j i W.'II. Lodge, a prominent cotton : digestion and which all weak stow "
achs lack.Stuart's. Also I Place Fire Insurance at Lowest Rates in First-Clsss .
beautifully illustrated edition of his buyer from Montgomery, who has Dyspepsia Tablets used J s

1 West Hlllsboroush Press publishedat ;i been very ill with pneumonia at St.I : : regularly after meals digest the food nsc u ,, - ----

Clearwater. To those who are I,Anthony's hospital several days:, promptly and thoroughly before it LCDv AiCMT A Full Line of Allen's
strangers to the beauties of the Flor- I died yesterday afternoon has time to ferment, sour and poisonthe Candies.

ida West Coast this interesting pub- I His brother, W. W. Lodge, was 1 blood and nervous system. :; : !'. S=. !r't'
with him when the end came, and Dr. Wuerth states that he invari- : "_ .
lication will be a revelation.-- ] saw to it that everything that medi- ,' ably u?es and recommends Stuart's The Choice t ofChristifias i; V.ROBERTS; & STLEYT
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I I cal skill could do was done to save Dyspepsia Tablets in all forms of
IMMIGRATION statistics for the :' his brother's life, Drs. Andrews ofI stomach derangement and finds ....
current year show a total of 4tio,000 I Montgomery and McCreary and them a certain cure, not only for I-c"
new inhabitants, from the following } McMillan of this city being in constant sour stomach, but by causing Gifts H [; Purveyors tn the People
attendance upon him. 1 prompt digestion! of the food they
I .
: sources: Austria-Hungary i Mr. Lodge was a native of Liverpool I create a healthy appetite, increase CS K, iIs.2-20 Pa-t Wright Mroet.t Telephone i .c. ;
,. OW) ; Italy, 100,000; Russia, 100,000; i and has relatives there who flesh and strengthen the action of Are those: which combine utility _

the United Kingdom, 50,000( of I I were notified of his death by cable. the heart and liver. with ornament and grace. Our }holii V. Webavejutt received large ft'lditiom to our clock, for 1"::
\t. whom 40,000 were from Ireland. The I ,' They are not a cathartic and contain day furniture stands out prominently .- miii Holidays, including 1 ...

,. total for the decade was 3,814,416! a* II You have read of the cures bvHood's 1 no violent drug; but are intend- in both respects.;: An:1>:Y chair .... V. Fancy CnlJt.os and C"nclJt.or,... 4 "
I ed only! for stomach diseases! and for the father
a rocker
against ,'16.6U for the previous de- Sarsaparilla, and rOil should l faulty digestion, and generally acknowledged for the mother and diminutive I S M Kruitl'akf, Kaiiins, "Ufllll1t... 4 r
a k
have perfect confidence in its merit. w ; Prunes, I'uron, i- cade. 1 It will do i to be the most reliable< rocker for the "baby" are here-lots O f'r: rdiiOerri"F. Mince Meats, i'rvierx<... '"
you good. I'cure for any stomach trouble except else besides. I ,t.; Jallls and Jellies, Mapleyrup, Bit.-knlu.i tcl 1 .:;
ANY revision of the state revenue ; cancer of the stomach. F' New tloradlll"rup Plum 1'uddin. i _

law attempted at the coming session OLD I'KNSACOLA.: ., Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets now -= M Van Dozer & Sauer's Flavoring Extracts, ill KIT i r'.

of the legislature should include a''', Culling )' the I'ensacola Gal tte enjoy popularity an international and are sold reputationand by druggists TA t: im i rurDitur C P': Grape Nuts I'osturn Cereal a Substitute for I'otti.. t. ....
provision that all lands sold to the I' of IS:':;). everywhere in the United :211: ff; 'rangesandI ntlier t"ruIUIIU of all kinds from atlciv < -

state for unpaid taxes shall be con Cameron Q. Dow has a copy of the States, Canada and Great Britain < ptRalston's Breakfast Foods. :
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tinued upon the assessment rolls, so I|! Pensacola: Gazette dated March ID, Q [' A Full Line of Canned and Bottled tiooii- 1 ;
AX OFFICIAL IT: of Honiara Streets.IF ;:.
i that their owners, upon redeeming ;)11825, from which he has permitted [|; DOVE BRAND HAMS: AND BREAKFAST It.\( 1
them, or the purchasers of the tax THE NEWS to make a few culliugs.W. 'Superintendent of Machinery of the ? n
YOI ARK HUNGRY: 31 Try Bclerls & Dailei's Special Blend C [fe. -
t sale certificates, may not be exempted L. & N. Arrived This Morning.I .
Hassell Hunt clerk of
from the just taxation of the I the county court, was, deputy publisher of i iI I I Superintendent of Machinery P. All you need to do is to go to the I .'.-"-,.-......-,,:.............-......-....".-"" :s .........."-.- .-... _r _" "" ..s"I..z _,._.;..,....,....::6<.l .
The intervening taxes might I the paper and John Milton was Lewis;: House, opposite the uiou
same. I Leeds of the Louisville and Nashville -
i clerk of the court. Mr. Hunt also Depot, and get a square innul-or the Best---Allen's
should t Always Candies
not be paid annually but accumulate -: conducted a book store. road, arrived in the city this any other shape-for 25; cents. dl9tf

in order that no loss There were only two notaries pub-1 I morning on the ;5 o'clock train in' :-
should accrue to the state. lie in Pensacola in 1825, N, 1 8.: Par- his private car on an official visit.
mantier and Joseph E. Caro. He inspected the machinery at the :
A Criminal Code. 1t |II Robert Mitchell was postmaster I)! shops and left on the 12:35; train. ) .

I One of the dearest: privileges of: and there was only one mail a week. i -- : p) \P-ifi
Fort Barrancas was then known as Happiness is but another name for ,
the average citizen-and the aver- Fort Saint: Carlos de Barrancas. perfect health. Use PRICKLY ASH'I SU4.

age newspaper, as well-is to crit- John Jerrison was mayor and John I BITTERS and be happy. It keep!\the -- ,, -- --- - --,-->- ---
icise existing conditions and com I' de la Rua was president of the board'I vital organs healthy and well regu

plain of prevailing laws, customs 'I Ii of aldermen. : lated. Hannah Bros.,Special Agents. it THAT A FECHHEIMER-FISHEL ALL
i i! A town ordinance speaks of Bayou -- ; to put on without fuss loss of
and methods, without suggesting any
de la A uada west of the city, and'' Hepatica (Smith) and Liver Disease.
any improvement in the same. An Bayou des Cadets east of the city. I I The liver is the great filtering apparatus =- time is precisely as good, as stylish, and as

illustration, from a state contemporary -1 then What we call "Caucus" Shoal" was of the human system. It nicely fitting as a made-to-order suit that you
is the following: called "Caycos. filters the poison loaded bile out of
r: One of those bl'autlfullncldentlln tbeadtnlnUtration An advertisement dated Dec. 18, '' the blood and discharges it into the have to pay almost as much again for.
1824, appears, wherein the commissioners Mt L '
of law which bring it Into' natural sewer of the body. If it becomes -
contempt and Justify lynching occurred In Robert Butler, Thos. H. clogged, the poison remains It is true and of
.J-t) :J11.0' \
'i Penn and Ambrose Crane, announce :J'LI many
in the blood and disease is the re
been Alachua Indicted county for murder.week.The A Indictment'negro: had that on the first Monday in April, suit. your friends have found it out to their everlasting .
ls25; they will proceed to sell lots at
averred that the deceased had been killed Tallahassee, the newlyestabli..hl'dcapital The liver has more work to do satisfaction. We show Full Dress and Prince
t than other in the human
any organ
In the Counsel'
lor by a the gunshot accused wound showed that body.the fatal embracing 100 acres, six percent I body. It sometimes needs a little Albert Suits too, and all the et ceteras of Correct 4

y' wound was inflicted in the neck instead of nual cash and balance in three an- assistance. Smith's' HEI-ATICA Dress Attire Manhattan Dress Shirts Shirt Pro- '
payments, and that immediately all that be, desired liver ,
can as a
the body. The court thereupon nol pressed ', after the sale of the lots the commissioners ; tonic. An occasional dose will keep tectors Neckwear Gloves Patent Leather ,
the cast and turned the murderer free,and will be to : Shoes.s
prepared re- the liver well and strongwhen
It is the general opinion that he will never
ceive bids for erecting one wing of wpak and diseased it will

t ; be ardy.tried It agaIn h'ery,bavlng much been to once be in doublet jeop described the capitol as building.being 19 miles Tallahassee from and until strengthen disease gains it. But a do foothold not restore wait an We Fit You ,From Top to Toe Or
trial for murder in Flor-
whether a man on
Marks,near three navigable stream?, of is worth
ounce prevention a
ida IB in jeopardy. He certainly isn't if he
in fine fertile
a growing sugar
of Ak drugbtforthe
pound cure. your
i ; has any money to make a fight. cane and sea-island cotton and
HEI'A'l'JI':5mith >.
There is cause, however for criticim ,' watered by a never-failing stream genuine u_ ._ :: t JDH WHITE *

, and even for vigorous denunciation and five springs. 1-'ln'IT OAK IIS: ,
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in the frequent failures of At 25c; per pound ; there are no better THE SUCCESSFUL CLOTHIER, !' r
Brave Men
. [i justice which occur in the courts, of Fall made in the city At I'f ilfer'5

I which the incident above related is !1i Victims to stomach, liver and kidney Steam Bakery __ 205-207 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PENSACOLA.
troubles as well a< women, and
. i i.i merely an example. The real issue all feel the results in loss of appe- Counterpanes nicely U'jndried for .
ascertain the direct --- -
is, to cause or I tite, poisons in the blood, backache,
15c tech New Kethcd Laa
causes of the same and then to seek nervousness, headache and tired, dry.

and apply a proper and effective listless, run-down feeling. But
there's no need to feel like that. Police Corn
remedy. From such information as LEWIS BEAR & CO.
Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville Nine casesand |72.oO in fines was
is afforded concerning the "re
Ind. He says: "Electric Bittersare the police court record this morning.
1 ferred to in the foregoing extract, just the thing for a man when Frank Stalls-worth charged with assaulting

,, i the fault appears to have been in an he whether is all run he lives down or and dies.don't It care did J'.lanch: Russell; with his list 0---.................................e........_...._.. (.
incompetent prosecuting attorney, was firmed $23. Joe Fuller, assaulting ; -
more to give me"Ilew strength and
ttt Will Foster with knife,
l 'i who should have drawn the indictment good appetite than anything I could fined S10. T. H.'aultmg a was We have recently enlarged our LIQUOR DEPARTMENT, having

d correctly, or amended it if any take. I can now eat anything and George Holmes with his fist '
I .II defect was discovered in it. Perhaps 'i, have a new lease on life." Only : fined $5.I was accepted the Agencies of a great many Foreign and American Liquor
50 cents at W. A. D'Alembcrte's ,
, 1)4 it was in the court, if it was de- 1!
!! bottle
drug store. Every guaranteed. i! DANCINC SCHOOL
. :. cided that a man's neck is not a part --- i Firms.We
At Catholic Knight hall. First in to offer such at that will compete
of his body; or, if the court "turned Hate You a Chance are a position goods prices
lesson for younsr then, Wednesday
it the murderer free" on the ground To get one of the free gifts offered night, at S o'clock.;. Fo young la"- with any market.
, f rn j that he had been''once in jeopordy"when ''by P. Stone in his grand holiday ''dies, miil es and masters, Saturday: '
in fact, he had never been tournament? Every dollar spent Dec. 2'!I, 10 a. in. and 3 p. m.
with Stone to a coupon d21tf .\. J. HALL.
tried. and a chance to get AHSUMJTEI.Y i Old Quaker, A :j -3-Star Mantel,
;'I Aside from speculation upon the FREE either 'i I The special meeting of E=- Guckenheimer B "RI 5 '
3-Star .,'.
: facts of this particular case, it affords A Fine Overcoat, cambia Lodge No. 15. F. k I r YE[ I Parole U : Itennesey

I a text for the inquiry whether, A Finn Suit of Clothes GA. M., called for this evpn- I -Staf' P. llandoii I ,'.
. A Hole Leather Dress :Suit and : Hunter '
n in view of the numerous escapes of has, by order of the --

,. ., persons charged with crime from the i Dressing An Elegant Case Umbrella, W.Wednesday\1., been postponed, Dec. 26th.until 11$ II' Garnet, Marie Jl'i:;{ 1'fl9' /:,':" r.

; consequences of their unlawful acts, A Pair Rigeur Shoes, : at 7:30 ii clock.i : Penn land, jI I ij 0'iIBA 1 : Anniseite.Maraschino .

i there should not be au entire and A Stone Special Hat. i, L. C. BENNETT, I 'III
i thorough revision of the criminal All the duplicate coupons will be ; :Secretary. i (Ire," '
put in the box at 11 o'clock Christmas -- i Men the.I .
j fl statutes and procedure in the state.i Eve night and you may: hold POUND: CAKES.

i i having for its chief purpose the simplifying one of the lucky coupons drawn. The finest made in the city at 2o Bourbon. I Mumm Chan/"t tit.
i of the and the Prices lower than ever and the free cents
I same: a pound, at Pfdffer's Steam ,
: < : ,1/'
gifts thrown in. See Stone at 2J2 Bakery I Charles Heidsic'spagne
+: positive and permanent elimination and 224 South Palafox. Iltd4t FamcuS
------ \\John De War # Sons' urn
1! therefrom of the mass of technicalities '- --. -- ,

! t j subterfuges and evasions which NEW TIN SHOP.I For I5c each will da up your Counter. SCltCb) TOSSES.; i I Duncan, McA'ab $ Co.',:. WI M V e I: Paul Clermont
: now afford abundant opportunityfor have opened a shop at 417 North pants New Method. Laundry. 51 French Clarets "'f
I't the shrewd and astute lawyer to Tarragona street where I will do all --- II I I Sauternes.Laclanttn .

I secure the release of his client from kinds of tin work, repairin/r/ etc., Styles in Gates' Canadian Rye Malt. I ,1 'n'-
promptly and at reasonable price The L La t test t fyJacobi
the clutches of the law with very Estimates furnished and all work Winter Fur- I ifornia Win ex.
little reference to, and often in spiteof guaranteed first-class.
niture and house deeoralionsatbottolnprices -
the fundamental question his 3dlm U. V.AnAMS.

guilt or innocence.The cash :, Jle famous Sot litz Beer, ubiety made //iyiu/auKee famous. ;#

original theory of defense in a Pensacola Light Artillery military or credit. Marston $Fin ch.ilillioery .

criminal case was to throw around ball at Armory New Year's eve. : --_ Evansville Brewing Co.'s Bottled Beer.

the accused every safeguard against We will launder your spreads for .- ';Yf --
illegalities in his trial, if he was 15 cents each and make them look r' : The World-Renowned Steedman 5-cent Cigar.The .

guilty, and to lawfully effect his acquittal like new. Star Laundry.Hood's .

:' if he was innocent. Now, :f Holiday | All-Havana El Principe De Gales Cigar.

from all appearances, every criminal Pills TOGO /

trial secure has degenerated acquittal, into without a struggleto reference I I,) not gripe nor irritate the alimentary >. Regardless of Cost ,< We call the attention of Buyers to the above list, every article of whit .

to the guilt or innocence of the canal., cleans They eOectually act gently and yetpromptly ,. Ar' .} made a reputation for itself.Lewis. I I

I accused.* If, by a careful and just revision Give Comfort Bowers & Kruse's j Bear & Co. I

rf the criminal laws and procedure, tVd ty all <5rug:is. 25 tort; !. ''l ,


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PEED( AND :FOLLY.R.JMENT posing that alVin buman '1l1e-Is a question t I Ii The !Beat Plaster.A I
of saving and having some capital !- TAM'S COURTSHIP. I

? How many have $:!OOOO or even piece of flannel dampened withChamberlain's BUGGIES .1rH
THE "SAVE $;; I Pain Balm and bound 1
AGAINST 0,000 capital and !
yet are
v ( constantly i Although it is many years since Lang to the affected parts is superior to : !
In hot water all j I
because ,
THEORY. most
AsD GET people Tam'a courtship, it is still spoken of in any plaster. When troubled with _

never know what annual Income they i the Shaws. I myself have heard the story I lame back or pains in the side or ,---- ,1 ,
will manage to snatch from the chest it trial and ,f
wretched give a are certain
told you
4/ (.gaDal IllaHnUlon Muodard of Employed.Goodnei..d network of our miserable Industrial | month at and more the than last recital one ingle interested within the me I I Ias I to be more than pleased with We have recently replenished our Stock of Vehicle, and can offer an ; !/

Iswralth the conditions? What is the-meanlng of !j the prompt relief which it affords. Assortment including : t
much : t
the Cm.
Industrial Sjtul as the main I think
nboodf-Tlie Pain Balm also
capital, after all, when most labor cures rheumatism.
created -
:\rrJrd. wealth back to land six'' Lang\\ hat was a philosopher. One application gives relief. For ( Ete. :
1.11I goes In has maJe his one amour JB part of I sale by Hannah Bros and all medi- Traps Surreys Buggies flagons aIn :
ccrrr.ponJrnce.] or seven years on an average? And, i the unwritten history of the village was cine dealers. :
curious! facts In beyond a certain not that courtt.hillswre
'je many point what feeds scarce, that
,\e Great Vat: iety of Style at the VERY LOWEST PRICES also a : ;
young men were few ; .
; \U-nce! Is tie seriousness capital or what does capital consist of or young women "

1 51"1 em,. 'rwith, which our fine su' 80 but the power to levy tribute upon the did distant it, but Time as to and the manner former were the Shaws what FURNITURE pletestock: Full Line of Harness to Suit each Vehicle.
or 00 cent of the
,s weave theories of their per people at workIn were notorious.It i I I .

?"; jj j'..tty materialistic calculacfJ that fields? of production or essential to was always slow in arriving at its ""of'I]I fine, medium and cheap -See our Stick-Seat Open Driving WagonUiUiam .-9 9p I9 :

;ie one the writer has recently own mind; but having over reached it,
J:j ;,, us as follows: "Let any of All that the race has been able to do there was n.. turuiiiK batk. This was graces ever displayed in .

*' .>N stop smoking, antI even If In our country for the last 150 years In .I cardinal, and the reputation of the Shaws Pensacola. Cash or instal-

Mltt 'ucb of a smoker lie will the business of wealth accumulation Is rested upon it. The subject made little ments. We ha what

:!li' $35: : per annum, or $330 In to save and preserve from natural deterioration difference, and if much depended upon :;: just !p Iolju00n' & Ion.
,Jf !i the issue the want. Marston )
*'' j" Let him lo the sam with at the rate of $20 per annum looked at it from more all deliberate bides aud it then was.tiled It I\ you $ I

J(1. ,,ven If he Is but a moderate per family group. Today we have to reckon with the future. The Shaws ',I Finch.
but at the rate of $3,000 In I II THE BIG STORE.25H5H5HSHSZSH5ZSS525S5E5E .
L'van1! his total savings In tenSr' per family I browsed over every thought it gut and
.! i I
..Ir-eJTOO. He will then be real labor created wealth. The rest, j!j, then chewed the cud at leisure.

:! apitalisL"! up to G.OOO( is but laud values coo- I' But it even carried this into its love af
., a ? ? r'S SS. 4S
,">cat top cnap never take uopoly, water values, Implying a large I I I fairs. The young men were exasperating s
0 natural laws when theydrkl annual tribute collected by the few I and had the young women known anything -
e.a/ human tendencies. If they from the wealth producers. |i I better very few marriages would rI ,

II' 'I"uM know that the smoker We need an Industrial system giving: i j' have taken place in the Shaws. The latter I r- rtb

td tlry to all honest workers income ,, were accounted douce, a trait that I I '
an ample II
with half '
pJ ,!lei:: .I'r can Ret along i was altogether in their favor, but it was :
.y f'i i a man needs! If he does not enough: to build up their manhood with caused by nothing more or less than their JEWELER. :

I>, l>y nonsmokers and non- plexities of our idiotic human exist. first in their childhood and -

The latter do not only need ence. Even the wealthy of today would the second when they were old enough to
.a.erS Fine Line of Watches Chronographs and Re-
mush fool, but better housing then enjoy life tau times more than is observe for themselu's.

.wi ad! e m,- ',<. and by the saving; of $.0 possible under our present social A young man of the Shaws unconsciously peaters, Diamonds, Elegant Sterling Silver
followed the leading of his
in tobacco and drinks, status. JOSE GKOS. Novelties Fine China and Cut
Glass '
,.r an. but only so far. He took love and fait, ,

Ljtiaoh one would find he needs Co-operatUe :Mill In FrUco.Kighty weighed the one against the other ami became I,
more In the family sanity !- *-No. 29 S. Palafox Street.-$:
itlrtut,111)\ men are working on the new ft. I'l'tI\'e. A struggle usually ensued : '
*; mentH of life; hence he would and love soraitimes won, Fomttinu I J 0;
planing mill of the Building Trades I ]
than ever under a civlliza- I'I other considerations, in which latter case L 5252525 525PP5ESE5SE5S252SES2S2S2S2
I p-"r Council on Itrannan street between .
i.kt ,'urn, which limits the earn- !i I he would retire from the field with the i I WE ADVERTISE REGULARLY. --
t. i I Fourth and fifth, and have made sufficient -
to the star- admonition to the young woman that love I
.:'S A most family groups progress In warranting the prediction was terribly deceiving and dangerous to That is why our Prescription
:t d about $.V>>0 per annum I' ,
urto on the part of the promoters meddle with The two would in silence -
part ; Business Grows so Rapidly. I
"nslderably less and allow- I j
tSen r.t will be out work ,, and the Shaws
that the mlll turning would exonerate the : Christmas Goods !
ri to work all the year around. within a week.-San Francisco Chron young man Pure !
But *e'1pl""' for a moment that theO icle. No one CUT knew how Lang Tarn 1N'- Drugs

':ral ::iw alone referred to does notI gall his court-hill of I'eggieVilkie.: but 1

know it does exist. the first real of his love l far AND '
,>' al' us': we THE TROTTING RECORD. I I symptoms\ as \" -

.n S7im after ten years of living a as the Shaws has any record, was the :

t at anal hf', hard at work all Twenty-fi\e pacers In the new 2:081, Sabbath morning he gave }','go-ie ti peppermint ROMPT SERVICE CI KPOSTOLE'S
when they met at the kirk .
gate.Peter I DO THE REST
iti tin *hile some men are allowedt list this year.Gambrel ,
I I'iru stood by and raw them. Lang;
sat* $10.Tti,0rt' ( five or ten years has four new ones for 1900, 216 South Palafox-Opposite Postofllce.
? Tam, he afterward said, was like one
i I. 'iMuc: the working masses under the latest being Noah II, :2:10ya.:!: I I transfigured. He seemed to grow in T hi & C Coo's'Popular '

tt- jitlo[ tit haws of privilege and Ollie Graves of Kentucky Is said to( i height and strode as non had ever seen I ; ; Fine Fruits, Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Etc.,

u .' I lywhat a fine social fabric have won 43 races In two years. ,II him du before, even to leaving I'eggie: n AND ALL KINDS OF HOLIDAY GOODS.
step or two behind in that moment of his
Hitaiu. !
Docking of horses has been prohibited ; Drug Store Chocolate Drops, 20 cents a pound Jelly Gum Drops, 25 cents
Why, then not direct the lens of our tense emotion. He stumbled! when he a pound.
by royalty In England. It Is said. II reached the kirk steps which was interpreted 1 Marsh Mallows, 25 cents a pound.

Jfllglnee: :; toward the simplest proc Doctor Ego, 2:2 Is a new one for as a certain sign that his happiness No. 37 South Palafox,
with which to nil InJ.M' SEE OUR STOCK BEFORE YOU
.w; suppress Egotist, and his dam Is by lr. llorr. blinded him. Peter said they would S'.tO.! BUY.
In the distribution of wealth?
Frank Starr's stable won over $14,000at make a match of it some time, and the
Brju... that lujuitlee ran hardly
Shaw! settled down to see what would
the summer meeting at :Moscow, I
trtJ frum natural or divine laws, nit come of it. "Fine Silk"Are
Itussla. : as
u;;!a that 1 Is what some of our good, It was soon made manifest that Lane TRADERSe
nxri'ir:" I..I'I i seem to Imagine by The weanling colt by Arlon, out of Turn and! Peggie were thick in love. At
:ll.,,iM' way they talk and net when Nancy Hanks, has been named Lord kirk and market they were seen together, 1 the Handsome New Vehicles Turned Out by
social Roberts. I! on the brae in the evenings and down by
d-ai j- with our wrung develop-
7-al.K-k, 2:10i.: | pacing, by McKinney, the Mains I-onn. Kirstio Powric. who
a at always trying; to justify our .
i regarded life only from its l'rositl.. declared RYE. J. M. HOWELL
)rmTv uilUK'Uve adjustments and was separately timed In 2:0.! In a that "they carried on like peifectfules.
heat won by Hetty (J. ,
larrylni; the 1,11'tlta t our bottom ."

aces are j sour and degraded because'thflr The pacer Stacker Taylor, 2KD914.: I The Shaws withheld its judgment, Manufacturer of

innate stupidity and as a matw took a 3-year-old record under the though! they ru-opnized the seriousness of guarantee (toe above

df their! own choice and never bf- name of Prince Wilkes In ISiW. the situation. True love had its mien, the
aUMisiied) under the dead weightf Charley Hayt, 2:07: ,, pacing.! Is reported heart was never to be permitted to gut RYE mm to ie the .
the better of the mind, but Lang Tarn
'Hun;; human la\\'s.nd who i-on- to have a yearling! sister already I I
and IVggie l're beyond all reason It was
(,> thu-e laws but our college men taller than her brother, being over 13 Best Whisky offered in
1 as if they were the only two in the Shaws
..d their! satellites, the very fellows hands high. : and made no disguise of it. Their love FActory and Shops on Gordon filtroot. i t

IL" manageto scoop most of theMth Flying Jib, ,:!:O-I. paring Is endinghis ; ripened too early. The Shaws shook its any city for {the money REAR OF MASONIC TEMPLE PHONE 57. 1

iM-oduced by those who lire and days at Itancho del Valle, near head, but waited. What it feared was 1-

die; j poverty? I'leasanton, Cal., but he may Lave I what happened Lang Tam and Veggie :, f e handle this Whisky If you don't believe it, take u look at one of the New Freight Floats

i. ,u why always d,ivi,e plans by many days to end, us he Is but 15 years j were engaged before the end of two I I 1, just finished for E. E. Saunders &Co.and others. They Defy Competition.

.-1"". I u t.1 show and prove that !povertyimai old. months. The Shaws frowned and said it Rubber
: luck of iiKinluHid or gomlucssUtility I I was> a scandal. MaryVilkie mildly remonstrated In Quarts, $1-00 per qt I Repairing, Horseshoeing, Tires.
Nina Wood, by Wood's Ilambleto- with her daughter. Jeames: i .
I stake wealth theM --- ------- -
Implication nlan, dam by Magnolia, Is dam of two I'ord took his son to task for hi' perver1 In 1 Bulk $3.00
b: Unl of gustiness and manhood new ones this year In llattle Mack 1'I city and prayed that a light mind might per gal. : PROFESSIONAL CARDS.Dr.flareellusfro t =GOLAY-
Lealiinnmal development of the mil '
:2:29U::: by Wood's Hainbletonlan. and I, vouchsafed him. I --- ----
liuin at the bottom or toward It-that George Gurnett 2l: rji, by El MahdI. I'eter Pirn declared years afterward I
Bona! makes!; it self evident that the i that Jeatues prayer was the most effectual t TRY IT-< / \ reary, Grist and Corn !Real Pills
It Is said that Miss Fosey, : & by
St" 'environment Is abnormal, wrong, | beer delivered, and. on the whole, I
mu uM iiiiiiniral. di hniie.-t from foun- Baron fussy, dam Black Hess by Mohawk i he thought that he might have asked for 1&<< F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i,
Jackson, was bred, broke, trained It nearly four since the Physician and Surgeon.Keaklenc .
dui us t.> tup. How childish, then, to Ill'S years JACOB KEYGER
shod and driven to her record by : ;(. (>nt, and Lang! Tam and IVggiei Manufacturer
ritikate normal
that men can growu IS West I.aKua.
her owner, I>. )I. Bell of Leonards- ,i were still unmarried. Had the probation Telephone No.4.;>1.
toe nuM of conditions most abnoror CHOICE MEAL n I'UHKGROUND
burg, O.Jlhn ary courtship lasted that time nothing BIJOU BAR. Office, I>'Alt>mberte Building, ll.'ontLPalatox
or that those In our vast bottom would have been thought of it. The Street Phone 271. STOCK 1 FKF.I
has -- --- -
of r :atvr or less relative poverty can Ilannan of nttsburg i Shaws was seized with another fear and u. _
bought from J. D. Crelgbton of Omaha Patronize Borne for
Industry there ii
tr'CulU" the surroundings that the j in
felt that its reputation was jeopardy
every reason you should buy Meal and
Emma C, by Ashland OPERA HOUSEOne your
P""crful and Intelligent manufacture pacer i Lang Tam had long before returned toI F. M. WILLIAMS, Mock Feed from the Homo Manufacturer
fur them and enforce upon them Wilkes. :-hef! said to be very I his normal mind, the only difference noted for by no doing you encourage home Indni

through all the silent brute force of fast and the price was a long one.- being an absent manner whether with AND BUILDER and try. you Your in money turn are U left!Indirectly lu tbe community benefited

our brutal laws! Hence the need ofIrnks 'l'urffoId and Farm.COLD I Peggie or al1Ie.ccor.ling) to a report Popular; Week-! I' CONTRACTOR In fostering tbe home manufacturer youcontributetothecau.eot .
[ Willie labor. You owe
brought to the village by young
angles, polii-emen.. judiciary --- It to tbelommunltyln wblcb you live and
Purdie, who had watched them one evening Estimates Promptly Furnished on which contribute 10
your lupport.
Jail, the scaffold hence all outward
and are numer-
; cough cures
j under covert for two hours on the of All Kinds.
rqueion as! the corollary of laws of but the one that leads all Building
the woods, about the only
edge of Caithly I
hhrt"ion in lieu of laws of freedom, ethers in merit, is FOLEY'S HONEY thing Lang Tam said in answer was: i I MONDAY. DEC. 17. W. T. GORDON & CO.,

tauopuly Instead of equal rights. AND\ TAR, which is in great demand I' ".\'c. nmpha, just so-aye." And Peggie's I _

Ami what: ..about the folly of IJresuII- these HAYS. W. A. D'Alemberte. answer was: SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT WEEKLY SCHEDULE Real Estate and Short Time Loans
i "It I is terrible hoo the time gars by."

One or two believed that Lang Tarn OK THE FOB STEAM DITISION SPECIAL A1IEITI01 Gift. TO COIUCTIQIS./

I was carefully considering,; the matter, FE SAOOLAELECTRICTERMINAL

H. H. WICKS while others feared that his long reflections I FAMOUS40zPeople RAILWAY COMPANY. 109 East Government Xtrett

I, were and, that induced he was by a simply desire planningthe to withdraw : OLYMPIA ij OPERA f COMPANY. Bayou Trtlni, Big leave Bayou PentftooU, Warrlngton for ,tbe Nary Little Yard PENSACOLA.Opera House- Building- FLORIDA-

Plumber Gas and Steam fitter? safest means to do it. Jeames was and Fort Uarrancai at

1 consulted as to the behavior of his ant I i, 8f.a.m" ., __.. '- 7soa.m
i, at table, and when he told Peter that he 1:00 a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 7:45am

Falafox Street was "just a Linda aff his meat" Peter, : =40 10:00: a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai lutia.m
No. & South 1:W p.m.arrive at Kort Barranoai 1:46pm KodolDyspepsia
who was an oracle on the subject, pronounced ISO) p. m. arrive at Fort barrancas 4:15 p m
All Kind oi: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand it "naething ava." Seven months In aSelfit Kcprrtolre of I'omlcOpi-ra. 6:15 p.m. arrive at Fort Barranoai 1;'.'p m

.. "'(ii' asked fur tOU p.m.arrive at Kort Barranoai 8:66 p.m
""I.mDRO"l1'1 r.II\ PNl9alvtt.A. I later, when Jeames was again Tralni leave Fort Barnacle lor heD..-
the signs: he announced hopefully: FUNNY COMEDIANS, cola at7Eam.

"\\'(' the laddie's beginnin to like, PRETTY UIhL | arrive at Pensacola 8:1.1 a. n Cure
I like! wj' only half o' her parrieh gan,'." STRONG CHORUS. T:..">... m. arrive at Penaacola- BBt a.mItt I

"Ye tell me sac?" Peter said, with the GORGEOUS COSTUMEH, JO p. m. arrive at l'en.aaolal1:66 p..m I
:!:oo p. m. arrive at Feniacola- :!:f5 p m
light of import in his eye. "Then, sal, ORCHESTRA. 5:00: p m arrive at Penaacola 6:45 p m Digests what you eat. .
things i is gettin serious. Keep a guile 7:00 p. m. arrive at Peniaoola T:66: p.m
Peniacola.__ 1:10! It artificially digests: the food and aids
arrive at
St5p.m. p m ;
j lookoot: Jeames, an let's ken again hoo I, fVHcale of Prices: 15,25,8."i::; and Su cents. 'Saturday* only, Nature in strengthening and reconstructing
he behaves. I FABl FOB Will DAYS. the exhausted digestive organs
i A month later Jeames was striding Matinee Saturday.THE It lat
Peniaoola to Fort Barrancai and return ito I isthe discomeddigest-
down the brae toward the wyud when he Penucola to Navy Yard and retarn._., noPtnuoola ;. ant and tonic. No other preparation
and William Duf- to Palmetto Beacb and return I5o
i almost ran into Peter
cun approach it in efficiency. It instantly
''I fy I CROAT lOB IDUIIS. relieves and permanently cures
"He's gettin on tine" Jeames said, re- Leave Peniaoola. Lv Fort Barranoai

| assured. "This vera moruin he cud! just Pen acola Tailorin Co.I 11 9 a.a.m.m. 10 It a. m.m. Dyspepsia Flatulence,, Indigestion Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Nausea,,

:i ta' a spunefa', an it was na suner in than 1 p. m. t p.m. Sick Headache, Gastralgla.Crampsind
it was oot again. Ou, aye, he's gettin on Spin I p.m. all other results of imperfect digestion.

I fine" 137 East Intemlencia Street I Ip.m p. m p.m P m.6p.m. Price:We. and 11. Large slteconUlniltf times
i Peter and William exchanged glancesand ( p.m. small size Book all rjin drspepMa mai.edfrt

nodded simultaneously. There was I p. m T p. m. Prepared by E. C. 0.WITT ACO. Cbttoga
i DO fear of Lang Tam now. He would Suits Overcoats Trousers Martin- I rAXBrOBBC5DAT'ftniaoolato
\ Harris John
I I ; Pharmacy, Sheppard,
1 i soon marry Peggie. art Barrancai Navy
S. Kahn.
Some time after, when l'l'ggieTU toshes, Etc., Made[ to Order t ard and to return Palmetto-Beach and 25oPeniaoola
Mrs. Thomas Ford! Lang Tarn explainedin re'urn.- -15e
moment of confidence to the Right ZZozro in Town.
a questioning I No freight received after 1:15 p. m. ANTAL-MDY
stare of Peter: .

Prices from $25.00 up. : Call and See Them.A gie'It was was mine sae that sweet I just tae think roued that an rouedit Peg These tiny Capsules superior
: CLEANING DYEING REPAIRING I to I Balsam/of Copaiba a
like a sweet morsel under my tongue NEIIBERG f BROS. & CO. ,
CHOICE LOT OF until I cudna keep the-lassie: waitin ouy I CrbeU| ndLinj ctlona, @)

hanger; but the mair I thocht o' the time All work Guaranteed First-Class. j They cure la 48 hours the
when we wad get married it was malst : I same diseases without any fDcon.
:SUGGIESJUST 1 o' cud get thro' w'i'i I lived in a kind opposite MerrUether's.CURE WIOLAL t S G GB OCE B S restate SOtDBYALLDRUGGISTSCNCL1IU

I heaven for weeks an my heart kept loop, i s -- -'
i loupin until I really thocht it wad stick
RECEIVED AND FOR SALE i i' mouth. I. thocht muckle u CHICNreTCR'. .
my aye .J'
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.... Peggio, but no' I ken there's no' the mar- 5 YOURSELF! Palafox Street, ENNYROY.AL PILLS
I crnlta re. air d fur abstur.lI.1..4.e.
l in Vehicles. row o her in a the Shaws. -Ilxchange.: .. d1.ebarlr.irrlratun,. elcer.tlon.Mwrinse. .. :Pensacola, Florida.for :.,.,,,yeL.rlairw, .rda
){The Only Exclusive Dealers } E" aw.-.t of mUeeal 1 a Cfi1CH :sTER', 'GL1SH }
Behind. J
Far U _
{ Too Prarenu coca"... Pstuk.+, aed not titrm- ) KED ..4.. .14 Uk bet -._ _
understand that Miss Elderly gMt or pot.nuu., .-.. bnb.. .... ..,... {
I Milly-I .a T.EErattbdEC dtCA acupt&bl.l4eu. II. "'MU'."... ... 1aJ..
J. M. HILLIARD & CO. Ii getting to be very fast. Sold b1 Draggtata.V tls.. ...,.r ,"..--.... __...iii
State If peteu d.j r. P.afr.l.e.,
Willy-Yes, but she'll never make up 8. or by teal in .plain ripp for r. aa4 M Relief bey '_-SsY..Iay........ _
the time the ban lost-Smart Set 1'1! ft'eaprrw, ur J butt!.., $?..TJ.OrcuUr j THE PATENT RECORD, all br t"ra_.MaiL... ..'''.'_ _.II I
Phone 124. i >t ( .... l kMk.Nr t'a..t..t:...
__ No. 30 East Garden St. I b1F' seal uo r.qus $ s 8Btiaire. .do I h. + are -a4Me .._ rM1U.. .


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... .. .. ... i : KREUGER & KUGELMAN -
avenue better than hC', Just where the TOO LATE !
police are apt to be, how long the beats ,
ere, where the dark spots tarot them The Sad Tale of Horatio and the *=WHOLESALE GROCERS=*
Hold Up Men Ii and In what direction lies the best avenue Heartleu Tailor. NICK'SPLACE {'1
for escape. Ruth of them carried I i "Horatio! Horatio! Horatior* I .I I AN ENTIRELY FRESH AND :NEW STOCK: OF K\\rv

heavy caliber! guns and small billies. [ It was the voice of a mother callingto GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS AND t SPF.CIALTIF.STry 1S"
her only son from the back door but
They were dressed like' ordinary trades-1 I i Our Ooldon. Fleece Plour
And men except their hats slouched over |, there was no answer. When she had .
I called and Salesrooms 131 E. Government Street.Warehouse .
their eyes. They were prepared if )[r. again again with like result -
fnorthouse, did( not walk home that SUP ran across the lawn to a vine Cor. Tarragona and t'' ,

evening to go ahead of his raU with embowered summer house where Holatlo Telephone 151. tree
t Their Victims sometimes went to read his Vlr-
tnat of Sykes and him with i

a cordial reception near his own door.If PIL ... ,'.... '. .' T .. -
",\h. ore here!" she called she > '<> > #'. < .4 ':"A .!. ':4. < ;-- _.
f something happened to prevent, they you as 1. ;.v'; s. 'CPi"6; < "Y:>'-" ., eY "e..a:o- 'aoa-3 c. a c a l: _,.c.,' 4fa .
looked iu at the Jour and espied Lini.
would again future Mr.
try some night. '
I Snorthouse was marked and markedby answer..
I' 1.
t : The Kind of People That I his own Indiscretions. But be walked 'Horatio. Horatio, my sun, what Is WING HOP & ] ..
. '. i US Are you asleep?" t CO.
and as he strolled along; meditating
Highwaymen Select No snores reached her maternal ears."The !
' on the beauty of the night and avenueand
,'I' Ii i I dear toy Is asleep, and I will ? 1
E : For Robbery. his own good feelings he nay have It ''
leave him thus. But what !la this letter tit
,casually noticed two men rapidly approaching fu his hands? Surely a mother Limit :31 South Palafox Street, 1' lsaroln. Fin.
him from the south He and i :
rend liar sun's letters. Is he in love tb
" I they met not Km feet from Washington
William Snorthousi1, a member of | No; it I is not that. It is a note from his !
He ing's old home. To his ama/emeiit @J CHINESE AND JAPANESE FANCY 41
one of the Michigan avenue clubs carries and horror as tLecawI! abreast of : tailor >uj'ing thut hi- cannot press new I { GOODS ,t te'
n 5500 watch a diamond stud valnM i I wrinkles into his trousers before toi i Fire Crackers and All Kinds of
him one of them suddenly shoved a I ;{ Imported Fireworks < ,. r
at 'two fifty," a $100 ring and gen- large pistol! Into his face, foist him to i ikr morrow.Vake, Horatio, und your | The Most popularRESTAURANT 1 Novelties, Large Flower Vases, Parisian Table i ,y I: .

.nits (50:; or $00 In cash on his person. -p quiet and not name and the other i j I own the motherlll pressing herself.heat the You natiroiis shall and not i itlj ?l in Colored Silk, Embroidered in Gold. Give I'. It ";oJ ft
says the Chicago Times-IIerald. lIe I with :i deftness born of prat tire"

. weighs .hwl ]H>unds walks the streets I ; Limn of all valuables.. A pt-r-I re1Hiveil j I! be disapjwluttil." i .V'tM;'..'-,...,'+.' ....Si.t J.4. .,.......... .. ;....".- .fT.....= !.+............<.{<_> ... ,... a :''.-'_.f jl 1 la
She laid her hand on his forehead. ItWIlS *"* a A. i 1 *i n'.ia' r- c. ,f
with son 'JO feet away from him could not i ;
a air steps heavily
prosperous I as cold us an I'e! tru,;t. She felt -
when his feet descend, indicates that I have told the man was. being robbed.' I of his heart It hud ceased to tunk. [ I I IIn I
When his pcr"on ha 1 been searched, j
he Is a living example of property The note from the tailor had truck;
the man who held the gun said to him: ] .
rights and success and expects the police I'! home, and Horatio Colllu;;wood was as BostollShoeStore
'You keep on down this !street and if d.v
and fire him dead as a herring. M. QUAD. I
, department to guard you look baL or Iit.IVr! we'll shoot.' | ,
I Ir Mr. SIKrtliouse walked and obrjedobeyed *
f .....
IIU Farther Report."I Pensacola. 1 "- -- -" ---
for a block at U-i r :1 time Mr. Sjkes* friends were on Clark : would like to report sir, that burglars THE NEW REASON OPENS WITH FIXE PItOSpKi: |1'- ,,,, .v.HDl :'
I street with their !plunder. i iYllI'n entered my house last night" he i BUSINESS. WE HAVE MADE AMPLE PHEt'\it\nl'\
i I \ the ..>tory reached the ears of I said to the sefreant: at the police stai,i :
Captain Colleran, Iw reflected a moment tion. | s
I I I CAItHiKiF+ ,
, nnd then asked one of his men "How ranch did you ]lose I ill
l what, he tlioiuht tif it. I. "Two $10; bills out of my vest 1I00t-1
, "Billkrs, will know.. was the ro- i'! ?t" ,: FINE I Ii Ladies, Misses, Men and Boys ]
",\lItl do you suspett any one?" :|
ply. He left the captain ned leisurely i
,. I I strolled down Chrk stint until he1 i "Yes, sir; I do. I would like to further i I I I NATITAX G. FOIICI I LI M En
mst Bill. He did not say much to that i report that I am erfecly certain Escambia Oysters !
If i It | gentleman just shrugged' : his shoulders I that my wife pot up in the nljrht and ,' PROPRIETOR.

and intimated that the "captain" would !i hawked on to that money and to add : i o-SOME OF OUR SPECIALTIES AUr
like to see him. Bill in tiiin shrugged I that nil the jiolliviueii! In the United i'i RECEIVED FRESH EVERY DAY I

his shoulder' but promptly called on !' States can't scare it out of her. That's'I Ladies' High-cut, 9-inch, Rainy Day Shoes. ;

t the captain would,mean knowing trouble.that to act otherwise i| all, sir. Good day sir."-Chicago sews. :i AND SERVED IX ALT I I I Ladies' Czarina Shoe. Ladies' Marzo Shoe

, i
?. "I say Bill" said the! captain! "I A Great Adtantaicr. i:! H1'Y T.I'hi.: ... : All of the Finest Quality, $3,50 each ;i iI

) want that stuff that was 'lifted' )last I Mrs. jonas-l'be: : position of queen' i I ..... - - -...-
1 I has its advantages. ,
t. tla night on Michigan avenue. It's lucky: '
for and the fellow won't Mr. na bs-WtII. that's not a new
jou jour gang I
1 I stand fur notoriety and prosecute. j I Idea, strictly speaking. Hut perhaps I j Boston Shoe Store.
I ql i ir let it for me. and get It quit. Do you I you will tell me what prompted the |
understand? I I j I ,
Mr. Sykes makes some conventional j Mrs. Suaggs have been reading of ;' Regular Dinners Every Dy I
f + protest, but he "undi'i'stands," and lie : the fact that Queen Victoria never I -
IiIII gets the jewelry taken and it is returned | wars a pair of new shoes until they

1 i iI ii iI I } to Its rightful; owner. The! j Cave been worn a few times by one of i I Selling OutMy
i I I I P money Is not recou-ied, because that her dressers whose foot Is of the same !
1 On1Y H y 35 CDDTa
I'i. can never be Identifn-tl. The police I size as her majesty's.-I'lttsburg C'hron- t
get no credit for their! part: In the work IcJe-Tvlegraph. : Entire Stock of

of recovery. Mr. Snorthouse is WI'I j ji
ffi J I
'. i little wiser than he was before his expericnce Brother Dlrkry'i rhlluiophy. I
'' I 1 \, but he has been the victim of j I i: Ite only trouble 'bout de los sheep Is II
S tvs
i Coco G Ianwan Ts t
a hold up by clever professionals who I i.! it takes too many people ter hunt 'em. I II o e I r trJ r s r e, o ct,

\ ,' never do petty jobs, who always trail i itheir I>ey say dat (hell is paved wit good I I
game like the hunter, and who ,, intentions, but It's my belief dat hell's -AT TilE nuI : \'-
!'i'too i hot fer even good intentions ter
more often than otherwise pet away
HOLD UP MAX. with all their plunder without beingcompelled ; I i,,, locate tars I II I LOWEST CASH PRICES.It .
to return it, as in this case. : Key say tat Providence is long suf-
. ) against every public ill, forsooth because The average citizen need not 1-e held j i i fering; but my speuuce Is dat de jio' will bo to your Interest to Call Early so as: to Get First "'i, .k
he pays taxes. Suggest; to Mr. up if ho does not wish to !KThe man man is heap mo' long suftYrln dan any.bud.ttlanta I served all hours of
Snorthouse that dues ,I I
4F taxpaying not Constitution.
who wall's
' the streets at any' J. M. PFEIFFER
exempt liliu from the exercise of com i I : I
, ; time keeping! away from saloons away i i',I the day or night at ,
I mon sense and lie w ill grow indignant from the mouth or entrance of alleys An Inadtertrnt Error. I I 117 Ert"" t Govoi-nrnorit: St.
That Is his prlulege.! One night within holding; to the edse of the walk holdI; !I I From the ISowerstllle Clarion: "Hy Reasonable Prices.
, : the last mouth Mr. lUJ'th"u"C' rolled Ing his head up. having his eyes and ,,, a mistake in making up the pa[XT last I,'
' i. over to the Athletic club at 0 o'clock, ,,, ears alert keepingbs hlIhl'i11<1 arms :i: week we put in an item stating that HI r I K. C. IHt 1--1 1'. W I. II KNCMVLEH: W. K, HYKB. Jll. IHKI-m.

.,'i!.., dined well played a game of billiards, free and having his :gun if he canies :|!: Slocum had moved to I'hiladelphia un I' President Vice-l'miduut. CmUlei AM < .>tii:

met two or three (frltnds left the clue i one, wheie in1 tan Use it quick will not der the head of 'Obituaries. Errors l ,

at 10 and. because it was a pleasant be held up. He may pays a dozen hisrh- ,, like this 'creep in occasionally In the First
evening decided to walk to his apart- ,, wajmen without knowing;: it. but they best regulated offices and our only exi : :- j Ij National BankOF
b menu rather than drive or take a car do not wish him. The highwajuian I ,i i, cue !Is that our foreman used to live I in SEA FOOD DINNERS

Fifteen minutes later, pale faced his not !looking: for a light under any circumstaucea. Phl1:1tIelllbia-Bultimore American.Don't .

., eyes bulging out, Mr. jllorth"us: was : Hi is watching; for the I
met by a policeman just opposite! the citizen who use any of the counterfeitsof I PENSACOLA. FLA.DXE1.EOTono. .
along of
goes : -as imwt DeWitt's Witch Hazel Halve. A Specialty. I II
Logan statue. Ills jewelry and them do with head ,down
moneywere eyes anywhere I': Most of them are worthless! or liable
gone. He had been looking down but on the walk, mind absorbed j', to cause injury. The original De- I I : .
the muzzle of a'large gun for at least in business: thoughts miles away from j' Witt's Witch Hazel Salve: is a certain .i: I I WM. H, KNOWLE8, W. A. BLODNT, F. C, BRENT, W K. HYER.JBD.
one minute. lie gasped: where lie is. Such a citizen generally cure for piles, eczema, cuts .ii i;I 0. BRENT
"I've been robbed:" walks close to alley entianccs. seems scalds, burns, sores and skin disieasos. I

t !, I gave He) and a detailed fictitious his real all name address the(that the is so officer clover and to man favor wakes may dark bo up lfi to pl.icesppard.Pharmacy, Kidney ,I, Prove 1 the. ; r ni! IDA D Do muti o tX D ohigi 1 Doi &&tI ad II, ,

: ,
waa taken home In a cab and the next sandbagged: : or that he is gazing Into HEEDLESS: RAISINS PuddingDo
day received his jewelry back with a L the muzzle of a ;:11'1. He Is rubbed NEW CITRON.CRAN15ERRIES. I
I.! polite caution from Chief of DetectUes As a rule. tun. in Chicago, ho has been ;# 'We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain. lreJaDd
Colleran to "wake up" nnd learn how AT MULLER'S. our an Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgian, Russia, >cr
nouncementslook Sweden Denmark and other
to care for himself In a great city. ....s, rra.r PHONE 213. 400( ( I S.:; PALAFOX I! way European countries.

The case did not appear In the news illlilil'IL'1 I Ing } We tempt try I i Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, act tbiii!
papers. Mr. Snorthouse took care of New Goods i I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Darl
that Latest styles of Paper and Envel- I 1 t{, to make them I I after Vessel Arrives there.
' tfi, As a matter of fact. William James opes. I. so. But a pudding
Snorthouse robbed himself In a fashion. Best quality of Tablets for school I / wa no i JP. 8afety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

lie aided In his onu hold up. and his u"v, or lor correspondence.School more intendedto with which we haTe a Private Apartment for the UN
Supplies, Pens, Pencils, i iI iI i!
easels one of a hundred happening: In lukwelU Blotters be looked of Renters.
Desk-pads: Cap ,
Chicago every year, It one has doubts and Bill Paper.Blankbooks. I atmerelyth ,- ..
l; M to this, talk with the severe looking Letter and Bill(l It is our stock.
lllrch- when he returns fl'l'l1thl' prisons Files. Collector's Files, Paper Clip I ,t',t. BupJXn>6 you A. AVERY
of France, or the amiable tinged 1 : I I Italid-carved Purses, Bill Books, I do what you itf u a
Harry Martin when he returns from &.c., &c. C. V. THOMPSON:: would do with 9
Jol et. )Ir. Snortbou is one of those No. 30 1:;. Palafox Street. the pudding (eaooutwtelrlre 4 NoudNte.)

gentlemen who because they are prosperous "'I I.I I. for acceptable Ideas' ..!?! T tit.CIGAES. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
like to show It. He never :
: for a cigar that he does not "Hash"! I I I it itii I m THE State PATENT If patented.RECORD :Ilardware
+' a rolL He talks! unctuously of "my ,
Baltinore. Md. ,
t money" and "my je\vtrt" He looksat ,
his'watch whenever he thinks anyone -- -- Iron, Nails, Axes, BhoTela, Saw Mill and Hteamboat Supplies, Cookhl;

t la looking: at him and ail JIMS his and Heating Stores, Paint Oils and Window Glass,

$, diamond strives to stud attract when attention on the,Mutt.anti iu the He DRINK A M BUR !I : !! Agate and Tinware and Ilousefnrnishlng Goods.

matter of bis robbery he JM. The diy Gang, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
before he was robbed he was standing; I I -
.t at Clark and Adams street waiting for III Ii .

a ear waiting He and was well the dressed!center! of women a groupof all I i I i ) I I IIfl I DRINK I I I. W. HARPER[ WHISKs I II Y Stitched AGENT Belting for, Northampton Birmingham Emery Boiling Wheel Mills Company Company L Revere ftln A Ulan"Rlnl1i/ '

Ifl Powder Company Johnson's Ealaomlne, Iron King and Back's tUJn:!
strangers to him He displayed his It All THE 1 ( POPULAR l BRANDS i
jewelry to best advantage while he I and Ranges, Wm Coups Co.'g Ray Hide Lice Leather Mainry'i Rudr

waited. \VbIl doing this he was noticed ,Mir p Made Railroad Colon.

by BUt Sykes. although: that I Is SIllo ok I. \\V.\ Harper r Masonic Temple, Pensacola Fla.
e Ciaar
I It
not bU name. Bill Is not a thief In the 'I I II 1 - .
t -
ordinary meaning; i>f the word. lie I I, Only place in Pensacola
really drives a cab when he wishes to -

be"good busy.things"Other for times certain he friends looks tip of I t ? li i i ,oli i,I The Best in. the Jflarket t, where you can get DIcIdd UA} Ta1g;ri. : Scientific Tailoring

hla. One glance of his trained eye revealed I I ,
i I the Genuine Tampa I
to bid that Mr. Snorthouse wasa i Weiland,

"good thin;." He got on the same' HELD TP. Made Sash, Doors, No: 204 S. Palafox St.
car as Snorthouse did. followed himquietly robbed either by a young tough, a graduate Into $ !I ,
for a couple of hours and In I of Puutiac or a hard up working I: Jg a piI1t7 8I { J Blinds Laths, I FISHER KUILDIXU.
that time located his office and business man The professional crook does not I

and learned general his habits name and knew bad his club him do does very not much pay hold well up(enough work in and Chicago.It there. I I..! Re a EOS Havana Ciprs Flooring.Agent i GARMENTS AND SUITS

marked for future use. are a good many chances-more 1s for J McCastiD! FOR MEN OK BOYH,
That night Mr. Sykes revealed hisdleeoveriee i I chances than In breaking a safe or I! Dannhei er? Bro & Co's Made to Measure, Fit Guaranteed
of the Best Materials,
in the Highest
to of {
a couple good patrons
plundering a Cat.: The 'J
I : favorite Sawn
weaponof Cypress Shingles.OFFICE of
Ktyle Art,with Superior Work-
I '
of his and the next day they dropped
the hold man Is the revolver :
up and
manship, at Very Lowest Prices.
i around to the Snorthouse office, sighted next to that the shorted sling or the AND DEPOT:
their maD kept him In view all day. I j sandbag. Most hold men beat their MAIN HOUSE: -
followed ,him to the club and knew j I victims for the reasons given above. 401 8. Pftlatox Street. Phone 118.RKANCU ml' PLAGflI f Bsylen Street Wharf Telephone 310. Spicit! ittnliifl Eiiti tl

when h* left They knew. : Michigan j I That Is adding Insult to Injury. ; L0pp. Union lisp t. Phone ". ) [ PENHACOLA. lid Dr.I"

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R.lT.K.Mannfaftnring WHITE,Jeweler I complete the and alterations last trip the to Alabama made sea. When leaper. There from will points also nearer be excursions DeFn- I J

r 'r hm/lIIJ fraJuatl'; Optician, I southward joining Admiral Belma points.and other South Ala- The Forbes Store.J!

...:.r.afn.'t: Pra..rol4,Fl.. I I quhar In the Gulf of Mexico. Preparations I
The work of tearing are being made for a i
--- brick athletic exhibition by the I .
I building at the corner ".
uOGA%U NEWS t1oiisd i I 1 fox completed and Romans and soon has Chris been I i in the Athletic near future club in to which take i!I'I'i ''i !
amateur and
,will have erected on the! professional tal- 'I(
Ihe will be engaged; also for a
in the handsomest South. tour. torv* game of basket ball by the ladies pub. I! Bargains in all Departmentsron : ry

for Prntaccta and ftC'lIUf: the Auxiliary club the date ofi i
liI'' The ladies of the : will be announced later. .
Saturday fruit northJfariV i
:: letic Club
...t tntptraturt Auxiliary will New suits were filed in the circuit
i morrow o -- 0
morning at the
'J Minimum in Mat 24#wtor,. for yesterday as follows: The I
their usual exercises ,:
;, clock will have Tailoring Co. vs. Sam Rose- I
their ji
.-' ne's advertisement taken. This is the last action for damages $1500 A. A.I! :
It fore the holidays and all attorney for plaintiff. ;, HOLI.Df.! yTRADE.
/,hill of Milton U in the present. Bryan Bros. vs. BeaumeHter, Rea-i 1 .
Lumber Co. action for damage, iI I f
r Miss Maud Brown of (Ioo, Blount & Blount and E. D.'
.f oar. Fla., arrived in Miss., who has been attorneys for plaintiffs. :
IjJ!ht. cousin Mrs. N. Wieland, As an evidence that Pensacola' 50 All Wool Rugs, regular $2.50 value, now $2.00.

art of Point WaMiingyeiterday. ,i plates leaving for her home citizens are '

I' mas many night friends much she to has the made regret spirited Baymen's enterprising Protec and ': 25 Large Rugs, regular $1.50 value, now $1.00.

\\Vbb of Ewing, Ill, is a here. She Association No. :2 has contrib-
will be
; ,4 '. Lewis House. ,: stuker.I Mr*. Wieland. and Miss Ray $2 the> to amount the Peusacola being Carnival paid to I t 100 Boy's Wool Suits, 5 ib 15 years, $L2.

mal Company will run a I
A. H. D'Alemberte of the
j to-morrow night. To encourage the yesterday by President 500 pairs Boys' Knee Pants just received, 50c pair.
;j' Meyer of Mobile is here ;,: thoroughbred cattle, hogs .Miller and Secretary,. Dempsey
*;", I. Mr*. A. Greeuhut. '''sfora Louisville goats and into Nashville West ,, of the Bayir.eti's Associa! 100 Ladies' Tan; Red and Black Capes, Regular

H iwn of Westville was: will tion.Geo. :
H grant free
,-itors here yesterday. such stock under certain ,, .last Norton night, a on fisherman a charge: was of ar be- $2.00 value, this sale $1.50.

I /'It'-. Jr. has a new ad. which can be ascertained by drunk and disorderly Nick
in this issue. Read it. ,<,. e' ted persons by applying to stood hi* bond. This
cialsof! the road. when Nick into 25 Wicker and Fancy Wood Rockers, shown on 2d floor, $2.25 to $10.00.
came the
dnf Chipley and J. R.
The Louisville and room he could notflnd Norton
In the
achy re city to-
t. road officials of the ) he, in company with another
partmentjare busy perfecting man and two negroes hitched REIEIBER, AVE GlVE REBATE CHECK d i!
"r of Richmond Va., for transportation for the mule to a wagon and went in
.ity yesterday after- people who will attend the ; of him. He was found on
qua atDeFuniak Hprini's. )uth Palafox street in a barber ,
and Tino Brent are of the regular riaturday rt it ; drunk and was thrown into -v\T. r. & En ForbeSm
,illc.-e: spend the hoiJ1 !. cent round trip ,excursion wagon and taken to jail again, ,
points, Pensacola to :\ another charge of being
probable that a graduate was placed against him.
--- -- -- -
;en (>f Milligan was! be made higher: from I
.'-tat the Merchants We will do up your counterpanes
15 cent each. New Method !I Tournament

td of fine Tennessee I Grand Holiday ;
ivd this morning for i

,. ;." :-J of Caryvillp, Fla., Clutter's s Music Douse
t? guests at the Escams. Christmas Eve at 11 O'Clock P. M.AT I.,

i any house in
which -- --- .0
: Florence put
water, sailed yesterday to produce finer;ral lrer5' agent forKRANICH&BACH
:i, Fla. liquors than I ,
\\ wnend of Montgomeryd LESTER
., at Hotel cambia yesi. at the famous WEBER
: m the snapper banks yesaftirnoon :SINGER NUMBER. IF YOU HOLD ONE OF THE LUCKY ONES YOU WILL GET-
Two i OLD ij lf BEHR BRU:;.,
-- ---
:,r1Jy with 2500 fish. WILLARD ,
FINE OVERCOAT. I i 4th-One Silk Umbrella.
T,3 p ans for the :Methodist watch stONE Elegant
..ifc. :31 are being perfected. PIANOS 2nd-One Fine Suit Clothes. 5th-One Pair Rigeur Shoes. program: will be presented. -AND- 3rd-One Solid Sole Leather Dress Suit j 6th-One P.Stone Special Hat.

War meetings will be held at and Dressing Case. J j I"See the Windows.
-l.it1'' "''.' churches on the night buying from us you deal direct with the _

,..s.'t j with impressive cereuio1J. First ad; lastSALOONS.t Ch I ;' .pianos You sere are Ktctories.not all thipped middle men from s Branch prortt. $ Everything in Stock at Cash Rate Prices. g$x

H, J.and: wife of Colona, ,! \'ou11'111. be convinced of this .by getting i SUITS FROM $10 TO $IS, SWELL HATS AT Sl.75 TO W.50, UNDERWEAR, FLEECE LINED, fine PER
"IC :are !guests: at the Lewis I IHCU Terms to suit any purse.OVER SUIT A BARGAIN<< ; SWELL LINE NECKWEAR
t T will the winter
'H lej spend .
Tail Early.
J. M. CLUTTER'S MUSIC HOUSE. 222 224 South Palafox
Stone and Street.
1 --
n M'' \ J.lIall who i is starting ,
A'ui iir: ""chool and not Captain J. i 11MH South Palafox Btreet.
K Hall, director of the Peiifa-" ; This is a broad '

i '.4 Athletic J flr freight CJioctawhatchie club.steamer Capt.May Fritz yes- but vince a trial the order public will *]R. HALLIDAY & co..r '\

jy afternoon with a valuable have the best 1'c
':6' if general merchandise.

'T in-j-ly the aged herb doctor i all kinds of Wines 0-=_::::::'=''':::::: ----- ----- -=--. 0
I'! ;a-, been in Pensacola for about j|
..\( iti .,l year*, left last night for Liquors.If .
"*i ,.- native state, to visit rela- not IS I represent I Special Inducements for the Holidays !

11.1.1'1 refund double the
ith, formerly night yard o ----------------= =:= : 0
Mi-r t.>r the L. & N. herE.. was -
'-;ui Mississippi: yesterday. '' of the purchase.I preparing for our Holiday Business our idea first of all, has been to offer everything that is
Parti .'
of his death could be
:.r: not ,
that be had for the Least and Last but not
Jr: 11. i good; second to give the Best can Money,

1'.a.. tuns who are in comfortreunituucf3 ;I carry all the leading not least to offer everything that is of the very Latest to be had in Novelties.
should make as-
-, .101 Christmas! of the cen- Old Pete Cooper. I'
.qq'y one for the children oft Ooldtrin 's Private Stock. Gloves. I Ladies' Neckwear.
The Famous Louis 1S>5. ,

.\ ( anipbell! \ and wife aud J. W. ; Old Dixie. values in an entire new line of renowned For Holiday giving there is nothing that will give more
Hill. v
E' Murray
:Iud wifeof ValparaisoInd >
iv- Jre \,!""terdaafternoon to Arti1organ.. \ makesjust received. I satisfaction to both the giver and recipient, than

J I < :r winter. They are guests Anderson County. -clasp Kid Gloves, all the Tienest shades, I a dainty piece of Neckwear. You can be as
': K; anibia. I I'arol.Iuggeuheimer.. I the best glove we hare crer had at the price $1.00 I modest or as extravagant as you plea sr.

H.- M I' I U'-f prize the received willuiuJ.Bufl\ this morn-Leg- Oyama. Favorite. own make at ... .. ..... .- 1-50 i M'e have Ill sorts at all prices.

anl Whit Wyandotte chick- SoldriiiRs'Yellow Stone. J-clasp Dent's Kid Gloves, in all the latest I Chenille Boas in white, black and gray, the very
'aiuwill: engage in raiding\ fine Yellow Label latest in Neckwear from 7'OOto
I'TUa Mde line. : shades, also white, both in black and self- i $; $25.00

Ai' tile lat night of the uiiniron Old Echo Hickory.Springs.ld stitching, a regular $2.00glove at. ... 1- )0\\ Liberty Silk elY"eckRujjo:;, from $.00 to $12.50

r by M. (I. LePoidet \) Crow. A .Vote--.7' o (discoun to dealers I Stock Collars of every description, Lace Barbs, Fichus,

:y that No. 5S ticket wooThe within party ten Sultana.KJifin Club Trefousse Gloves. I etc-, from the cheapest to the finest-

'. W ..receive the prize. Old Taylor. I Pocket Books and Card Cases.
'I, Old Log Cabin. Parker. J-clasp Kid Gloves, Trefousse, in all the
"inery Journal: Governor Bowman's Malt
l> lilitxhaui: of Florida has the Montreal Malt. fashionable :shades, including Mode, Pearl, Ladies'Pocket Books, Golf\ or Finder Purse* and 'ard Cases withSterling +

*"-a:> ,al bee in his bonnet. All I All kinds of Domestic and ::' Gray, Biscuit, etc., at ... ... ...... . $2.00 Silver Mountings. Real Seal )1oro Alligator.. l'i:!'. klll. Walrus -
i all Price*.
etc. at
g"trr '* have it except:: Mr. Jelk, .
ported Liquors.I
l sale of Men's Glace and Mocha Gloves, of
M l I is I peczll
'ily! acting governor. alto carry a large line of
I I H': ton Photo Co. advertises Cordials Creme de Menthe, :\ the celebrated Trefousse make at .... ........ .. l.oO Fans.

IIj'ij Manfllo photos for 25; cents reno, .Marl*ceno Rock Cherries and 1-clasp Kid Gloves, in reds: and tans 1.50 Theewi't Expression* of New Century Taste from Paris, Painted or
iIoI to 10 cent Their gallery i isTiier Crystalized Crystalized Peach and .' 1-clasp Mocha Gloves, in Grays at 1.50 Spangled from 50c: to $7 00.
of Palafox :and Intt>nat -
.1.,reel.. Call to see then.MV A Crystalized large assortment Creme de of Handkerchiefs---Specials. I Jackets, Jacket Suits and Flannel Waists.

-'\:& Morgan He,taurant are and proprietorsar Oolleei" Wines White Wines Hemstitchedinch hem, at.. .. .... ... ..... .... .....$1 a dozen I Our entire line is broken in size. and we are closing them out at
IL, I South Pulafox:: streetoue Sherry Port Catawba All Pure Linen lfem-stitcnedI inch hem. per dozen Greatly Reduced Prices.
.ft' All Pure Linen Hem.titch'J.jnch hem, at ....$ '.25 dozen
: ::1 lid-0111 t't and best equipped Honey. Rock and Rye p'r
*>*', I nuts here. Read their ad- of various brands. All Pure Linen lIe1l1- titchl'd. ia-iuch hem. at. .....3.75 per dozen Evening Wear.
Tr1t1.- ":!'lIt. Imported goods such as 's Herastitchedinch: hem at.... ... ... .... ...... ....81.00 per dozen i i i
Fernet Scotch Whiskies. '! All Pure Linen Hem-titched.. 'inch hem at... ...J2.75 per dozen'Iilk!! and Linen )Iou* line in Exqui-ite Shades Organdie, White
A :
:. "iihut. .t: Co. v.*. Banmeis- brands of Champagne and the ,!:: All Pure Linen Hem-stitched.! I. .inch hem at....M75 per dozen : and Colored, Crepe de Chine*. etc., with Silk and Cotton linings to Match
,' r Lumber Co., action for ,, of Brandies that '' en'! All Pure Linen Hem titched, '..inch hem. at......$:;.50 per dozen
' i
I''t'"*""" J rcuit.imageis a. a new suit Blount filed in& on quality:tho'market.. can Pure Silk Handkerchief;; at.... .... .. .%x. ..,cI.00andl.-5each l I| Damasks, Napkins, Towels, Etc.
court to-day. Embroidered Handkerchief.exceptional values, an entire
1.1'' u'at.tnd E. 1>. Beggs are attor- new line, from ...... .. .. ... .... .... ... .... .. .,.. ...lOc to $7.00 each '" WE TAKE ESPECIAL PRIDE IN THIS: :STOCK.
it.T! -r plaintiff*. SEND IN YOURCHRlST1AS
We carry the ficet Scotch, Irih. German French and Belgium good;,
Olympia Opera Company Dress Goods. both by the yard in etto and Hemstitched! ?, all size?, 2 and 2'.. yard
tth' ,-t" a big business last uijht and entire line of Colored Dress God* at enormous reductions, a great wide and from 3 too yard Ion:?, from the cheap--1 up to 11*a sett. In the
r'ry -4ni; well. The music of Fra ,, many to go at Below Cost. finest Irish Damask ToweU from $1.:>) to $1U tl per dozen.
'uHi H catchy and pleasing The
l i.if of Normandy will be sung SILKS---Special Direct From the Mills. Corsets.
t''t'f i 'P''t.' Buy EARLY. i .
seats early. Black Taffeta, .... .... .. .... ...... ....75c
l tractor Croua i is pushing the'J Jug and Bottle Goods will 'I Black Taffeta.of splendid wearing quality, at ... ... .. .... ....$1.25 Entire new lineof Straight Fronts ju.treceived, all of the Newest
*."fk. of erecting\ the addition to the J' I i i Black Taffeta superior quality at... .. .: ... ...... .... ... ....12.00i )Models including the Correct Corset the Erect Form.
" 'Miiu: at the corner of Garden and i i livered to any part of the j i j i EJfTo arrive next week a 27-inch Extra (Juality Taffeta, black, at an
Hayo'n street for E. W. Lawrence t Blankets, Down Quilts, Cotton Comforters.'
u''J l'en.acola will soon have an- freighter express charges !!! low price.
"' :*' lir4 class family hotel. Men's Neckwear. SPECIAL FROM THE MILLS. !'

, There has been a big advance sale ADDRESS: ALL 1\\)) pairs of 6 pound 11-4 Wool Blankets at .. .. .. .. .. .....$5.!JU per pair.! 1!
I I i of Reversible Four-in-Hands Regulation But : :
''' eat* for the: "Chimes of Nor- A splendid assortment 1UO pairs of I.pound 11-4 Finest Wool Blankets. .. .. .. ....*>JS.'jO: per pair.
Ties Etr.Umbrellas.
maiuiy'at the opera house tonight: t!Y. Bat Wing String Down Quilts! Superior Quality including some Handsome Novelties
and the indications are that the I N. GOLDRING Cotton Comforts,pure White snowrtake Cotton. the Light Fluffy kind'

u'y'! yu: Opera Co. will! play to even'' ; ... .... .... 'f I
8 bi<.yer haziness than last night. and Men's Umbrella? jut r'ceivE'd.from- l.Ot.Jto $15 CM, Hosiery and Underwear.Special .
C.ll in Ladies' and Men's, Natural Wood Handle, MercerizedUmbrellas 0
",:.i* ; .battleship Alabama: which PENSACOLA FLOnID.Phone .\ ::, exception value........... ... .. .. .. .. ..... ..... .... IJ) in Ladies' and Children': Hosiery for the Holiday: *. all Good )
** t. have joined Admiral Far- i in all pure Silk Umbrella::, Plain Box Wood Handle, Extra Wearing Hose at 10 and 2i cent The 3 for $1 1 kind and o') cents
'':'!aI! .W: squadron at Hampton Roads Nos. 1S4 and 270. Quality Uzar, Salk. at..... ....... .... ...... . .. .. .. ....., .. .. 375 pair. Also a'plendidline of the New Fancy HO6ndf'rtieal Stripe per;.
":'J-onies-outh. with him when he I tor of the Famous Two Old
.1rtld.1". .' for the southern Crul'I t
7' II'a ,") Atlautict (corner Belmont and :
: squadron ha | R. HALLIDAY & CO. \
detained by orders from the'i' streets. First and Last ; 193. 33-35 Palafox St.
irtnient to make certain repairs loon South Palafox street. 1
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: 0001(03110110 0000001(0Sir o Of the FIFTH Ellin SUNDAY Association MEETING to be Held BLOOD Vot.le l'OlSOS Sent-Free-CCm'III\\... n.=-g

i CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY FEASTING t i HIS 1AST I CONFEION ij l x With Oak Grove Church Commencing Deep-seated, obstinat.utT"tf'rl

on Saturday, Dec. 20. at 10 a. m.i that have re'd't

0.!i i PROGRAM : patent n. ,l,
-- okoAixo oStoAokoito 1 went quickly yield I'. h I t:
>toitoSlookoS 10 a. m. Devotional exercise?, by med .
tanic Blood .
Housekeepers and Caterers are now Planningfor I Balm tt;. ..
Archibald Peinynt. an Irish land- D. M. Merritt. for 30 years u. |j' {,

| lord, had visited the bankto draw a sum What is the chief object of a such indications- m..!,
the Christmas Festivities which include a dead in the mouth, sore!, ,.
; tt money. Ho was found by a party ) Christian life? T. W. Ficklin; and -
eating sore, boa
the neighborhood
soldiers patrolling i
certain amount of Good Eating i Tie of body was still warm and a number (I other skin, swollen gland-. ,'. .1 .
11. What is the most i successful per colored spots, iu! ,
-- of stab wounds left no doubt as to the plan to carry; on the mission work tion on the body. tmi, i

: cause of death. within I the bounds of our association? of cases where t' 't.
3SIN[ MAKING OUT THEm LISTS @ .I The sound of running footsteps drew W. Agerton and others. brows have fallen tit

eSH5a55S2sas25S5aS25as j the atteation of the commanding officer, !:i ii 2 p. m. What disposition should a skin was a mat i ii I\

OF REQUISITES, THEY NOs. 114.118 EAST GOV- i' and quick )pursuit Mm ordered a man ),I' church make of a member who seldom !- and ulcer this wood

"n1 !i was soon overtaken and captured whose attends church, and does not has completely Claim;:. \ .

SHOULD NOT FORGET ERNMENT ST., THEY I hands and arms were 1I1II'lIn..1'ilh blood j J help supportthe gospel E. H. Ad- body into a clean. |unfree -
I, and on whose pl'l'JO:18'4: found a thick\ i 1 kinson and others from eruption. :\1[ .! .
: packet licarinz the stamp of Sir Archie'sI 13:00.| How should the association with !
I I bank and containias tin- money which it j: consider a church that remains two H. B. is the only ku"w h

wa', afterward ascertained he bad that ; paperless and has a large tat blood .
I day drawn j membership? Rev. J. H.McAnnally test 15. B. B. mid ku.\,
The hich at once fell on the !
STORE OF..... \s225252522S'2.5 REQUIRED FOR..... '! suspicion) ;, and others. selves that it cur. ,
[I. piisouer i was strengthened by the fact |j 7:IXI. Discuss the fact, and some will be sent free of n! it..

j I that he was a late tenant of the deceased j jI i way to remedy it, that there are so For sale by dru>:.-.-

3 The Most Elaborate Dinner Menu, or the Simplest Luncheon. I I oho had been treated with peculiar '|i few preachers in our association large bottle, or 6 Luc

..'iib i I' !harshness and had been heard to threat Rev. J. L. Bryars and other treatment) $5.; 'l' ,

vengeance.. ;, Sunday, 9:15a. n. Devotional exercises faith in B. B. B. w .<

rl ,-----Here are a Few Samples of the Stock --\ I The man's account when questioned! !1 by R. J. Bowman. unday Trial Bottle Free ',' , ,jail hour later, wai that while returning 1 school mass-meetiusr. sufferers, so they 11.1'

FOR ENTREES: German Egg FOR RELISHES: Seeded Rrand Persian FOR MTS: homo from a neighbor's; he had come 1 II :uo a. in. Missio'uarvsermonby edyat our expeJ"," \ : '
TanJ'iH Nudelic, Queen Olive!, Ihi ins, Dates: Every i suddenly on two men in a violent struggle Rev. J. T. FillinRim. BALM: CO AlIa".II. .

I:: l' oft S:ell Crabs, Clam Bouillon, Cross & Atmore's Plum Lotus Brand Variety kunwn j i one of Whom soon fell. The other 1 2:15 p. m. Preaching, by Rev. J.
tei MelroseKippered Tan !ier Green Blackwell's Pudding. Sliced to the stooped for a moment over the prostrate i H. iMcAnally.

Turtle Chow-Chow, Anchor Brand Peaches Trade.FOKCOFFEE. I fo.-w and then ran away. The psis:met P. M. PRITCIIETT, Clerk.Packing Don't Miss this Oppor: :

tei; Herring, VEGETABLES!: Pickles, Sauces, Cleaned Currants Dodson-Braun : hurried forward to help the injured man. ty

tei French Imported French Catsups. Spices, all kinds. Co.'s FruitJams, New Orleans !'I I whom he partially laised in his arms; Apples For 1Iport."The For: a short 1.1.! \

> Mushrooms, Peas, FOR nE :ERTS. FOR CHEESE: Crescent French but finding him apparently already life- Canadians: arc far Ahead of us away below co-t. ..'
I" Imported California Cudahy'n. Edam, Fig Market 1 less his nest thought was to overhaul fruit for Frehlarchfd M I ,
'I'the j In the matter of packing cxI -
;i Maccaroni Signature Anderson's, Rochefort. Jam, Blend, murderer whose rapidly retreating at 30 cent; per pot:.,<
business! man quoted by
| still audible. Being fleetrunner port" says a :
andAtmore's steps) were I
of all kinds. Asparagus, Armour's Neufchatel, Yglesias' "Jacoby's pounds Standard Ii'i .
"Hi KOKSOUl'S: Mountain Hose MinceMeat Libby'sCottage Havana Finest," he was soon in bbl! of the fugitive / I the Kennebec (Me.) Journal "and : for $1.30. Tin I. h. : '
I on whom he was gaining; rapi.lly | they have less trouble ado
Spawn'sEvaporated Asparagus *, ( uava and many consequently this to Jntr tti. .
d J Points Brnemer'sBlack Head Cheese. Jelly, Other I hen the latter threw away something | in disposing of the fruit Look at our Parched or GroiiMl l i

Soup Canned Goods Fruit Cake, FOR FRUITS: Cranberries, Choice Brands i' nliirh the prisoner stooped to pick up !1! present method of shipping appll's.n guarantee to bo ->, .

{ Vegt-tablts. of all kinds. Mince Pie Anchor Apples, Oranges, and Blends. and "ll l'h. he alleged was the packetI old flour barrel, dingy; and dirty on the you have been pa\: .
es-ted. This delay
found him when -
I upon an I outside and white with dour on the la- per pound for. and I i .
had enabled the pursued to dart into
sUe, Is the usual way our apples are long; the goods art .
tlihket. whither the prisoner was following -
j a
"I" i ( him when overtaken the sol packed for the foreign m:1rkl't.s the Encourage: hon '
Qllry by I
,.... give us a trial oni' slprepared
"lii" JAC A BY :',:,(r.) ,did s. fruit shrinks they become loose In the
/ ( to r<
"4ut""- X41-\ Such in sub-tance was the narrative I barrel and the rolling of the ship or the South. Min

I ,in'lby Michael Tierney in very coa. j j1'uvl i Jarring of the cars causes them to be
High tirade (.iit.r '
: fashion when taken before the m bruised and disfigured. ly the tim -
[ 'I Family, at price* th, r
i maim ate. It had no weight at all with
they reach the buyer they are badly
THE DRESS MODEL. A FREAK OF NATURE.A The Cost of Ilrroon. j jIlt" coroner and his jury and the prisoner tion, wholesale and : ,
I damaged, at least an unsightly
,1 or present
Now that we are all thinking of heroes was 1"111:1.1'1eomlliltfd to Maud trial
Very elegant: ocru guipure laces appeal Dam In Arizona Which I* Made It Is Interesting to note that heroes i m for willful li'urdt-r. appearance eye.

in applique form ou oi>t-ra and theater Soda. are sometimesery costly luxuries i i His heartbroken) wife once a favorite never build up a European trade until Milll Oil

wraps of black pansy ruby red or sable Probably few people ever hoard of a though the heroism of the C. I. \'. bas I i servant in my father's family, appealed I I this matter i is remedied. ."
Phone 10 >, r, ,. ,
brown vthet. soda dam, but such a freak of nature b'l'll'ry cheaply purchased. The I| to an1 to dd..n'llll'r 1's life.! i "

The round waist with a very drooping really exists In an uufie-'itUMitcd part | Duke of Marlborough cost the country ;i "i hope you'll do what you can for j Whep you need a soothing and I
effect in front is everywhere in evidenceaniuBg i|1 I him sir." she )pleaded, choking) down her i J. I. Stephen* 1'-' ,. ,"
of Uw"lat/ west .\. 0. Wright/ of I j something like a round million! of money healing! antiseptic application for :
fashionable toilets aud costumesfor sol s "for I'm sure he's innocent. i i trout of Solid St.-' 'lit.
the Indian sen Ice. who travels ex-j! in cash and palaces. In 1707 a JK-H-I I i I I janv purpose, use the original Belt -
the \\inter.Ittilinijotes I'.Hir Mary could say no more, but her j Itt' Witch Hazel "Halve I well Roger's Knives, h TK- .
tf-asively through:; that section of the slon of 4f.OO to the i s a !
i a year was granted j! few simple words were so earnest and
raglans, surtouts, cauilurds I, |i known cure for piles andkin (dia-
aud fitted princess' pnloiiaiBes, with country wet (.t the Mi.-suuri river, !in j duke and was paid to LI; successors I' breeching that I could! not refuse her eases. It heals sores without leaving for acceptable !dca5.I. .

very fanciful jacket fronts, are iu every speaking of Flrauw things he has encountered j till 17 years ago when it was commuted :i'icqu-s-t. Adding what I could to comfort a scar. Beware of counterfeit Hare i j'm State if patented.

cone h'nLI! variety and folia. In his tours alluded: to the J Jsfida for 107,7Nj.; Nelson's heroism ,< her, I sent her away a little pastured. ?is'1'armacy, Sidney Kato John THEPATENTRECORJ,

I have decoration of soda ,: he- said J J"In trill tor the aitfh'oiities were Avivmined
rl'dillot an appli'i"0 ::111. : rate. Up to now the hero of Trafalgar

: white or brown cloth on the kaiser collar g'JXII rem. jest bore! the lictspriucs : bas cost Kngland f..5ltuel; | in pensions to make it the occasion nt a M'iftuid

,: ,' sleeve fronts.cuffs and down the hides of the ( :; of the .I -IU"z I liver Aiizotia. I is j i and grants: and as there is t.ViX a :The terrible jrry, of evampU': coarse! only heard the c; ._- T t-i .'" .-- -

i 1 ep u n iiflci cxt.-nilin, I'n1J one wllln! the Igorge i 'l'nr:1itil for all the Lord Nelsons rumstjmvh attending the iiading of tViiiuniered -

; The i.ew two toued cauiel's hair fabrics ,: to tin- llier. This dam is 11otlt.1 forever an.1'l'r the NeNon bill will : 111:1:1' body! the pmoner's eipuie
tuwh osel lass tailors
j are by high andmallt :'
t. '. ing wore or Ittliaa a i.a-M\t' I'utl1(1( to half a million for every century and !the liuJiii,; of the packet oa I Laiei.i'ii. ;
Uol and Miok l 1111.1'tau j
: >r'iwu 'I'
and dark Uiii and, liei;e are among of i>art "...1.1. li.-ia.; to a !hi';,;lit of 11:1:: the title lasts, I'p to now the llll', % with the priiooer'a |>ri National B

.r: the mli.atiolls. I feet, and proha'.dy: OM feet from i ad j; Duke Wellington has cost the nationmore \i;"us threat, made! the! <.::se for i'::pTee ti 1

.. l'a,1.alnc' funt-n. of j jstaitiil crow a. nut a formidable one it wasprisoner's .
to !
Crape sating continue to rind a host Of rotir.M' hi bard cash than Nelsonover
I !' f\planntion. of course, wa ."%
enhusutstie admirers ail p'inh.t-ers. tLiIr wtu-k of construction |I three-quarters of a million! having been

I h They me uud ul>tedly one of the tint way back! In tI': din and distant { pail to him: anti his' descendants, but liuied and( would have gone for litehad OF PE ..RH '\.
# I it been icrcived. I mude what 1
.(II perfectly' WO"1nll beautifully% Cuiuhed! I )past, when tlpo) ;!i.i t'f &:;da ,-nut.iiiird ., as the pc-nsiou was limited to two Ien'rations could of tl.<> f,-tv cireum tam-ixt iu his faor. .
1 1 teitilev that hate ever been iiunufa<-turJ in the water thrown off! the I II JOHN
by springs fie duke is the last of
ed iu all the history of Jress.I I ( present \' iii'luding; the fad that tlo"lIp..n L. HILTON GREEN F. 1'FKIMM! !
J .I wore niailo at th" l.ase of what bas bis line \ho will profit !by his nuces- [ had been found, and stated as a po--ib! PRESIDE

,,! The neat natty and durable tailor I share develop! into cue of the tlatm'al'l'ult'l'S II tor's bel'vlstl.-Joudon Chronk-le. i| hjpotlu-sis, sallitient! at least tj raia T. E. WELLES, R. M. HUtiHNFI : 1
,It j (trappings of past seasons will he stillmore
;a iu evidence 0:1 winter costumes. \\ of thett.. Those doiMisits! doubt the prisoner's version of the fa t> VICE-PRESIDENT. As-i t
i uust Lave U-tn uiaJo with remarkable: Jni i time Arabic Fll'ureli. jheady Ri I"'II.
'f Bands of stitched cloth, camel's hair: etc..
tie sole I rapidity I There is one thing which strides a lnt the judges snnin.ins up ilcstriyel I c iRliCmCC:
velvtt saliii
jH-au or appear ou
I the H.-fore he Lad halt .
last hope.
c. mi.I
1 the't'ut'r portion of I'aiis i made tailor i i ".h; -l (:'n years act the J rrz river foreigner as being particularly strangein eluded the )piHoner's i fate iiml\ 1 I.e read ;:, T. E. WELLE WM. FIbllEIt. BIN: :f i i.' / r

J I gowns- I, rose to sa lnl'rt''UI'J! I lt i;l.t. and the uniform of the Japanese soldier, iu the faces of the juryAt the i nd tb.y of E. Saunder-s: & C".

4 One or two wonderfully bcailtif i under thy al.ctn.ial pres!-tv (.f tike says a writer In North American coiifeired Liielly without: leatiag their'i'at ; K.J. WHITMIRE. JOHV F. PFEIFFEH. M II/ \

4 shades iu d.H-p Miie, the tawny gulden I torrent a lower sectionf the dam Notes and Queries. This is that the <.s, Then the fori'iiMii roso. and 1.. HILTON GllEEN.

; browu tulle Siam ail he itch Cleo-I ii\v way leaving! a leach in the wall numerals which he wears upon his Iii the r.s-ual question pr..nllu"I
1 patra dyes! iu russet, slIl.let1l.1 ban ar'' of soda amout: ::1 0 feet Iiigli.Vlitu!; the shoulder straps to denote the numberof ilifadfd! bur e\iccted word "<;uilty:"

nuionir the most attractive shades in water .' ul.-'ded.! the lake for=.-.I',1 by the his lesiiiit-iit, are European numbers Pair JIar>. t. ho had hoped to the List A General Banking Eminem :TrxiVwsels'AcfountsHaudled !(' !,
broads loth, camel's) hair and similar fabrics \ ''
I (.t:1111:1', of <-our<,', ,1,'.lrOj'I'1. leavingthe : not Chinese or Japanese !1111'0- tiUcicd u heKi tit-udins; .shriek und lvaicarried
t us m d for the smartest! costumes oCt nut f.iinti'u.Tlii .
the winter. rpti.-r 80 feet of the dam huh graph. For Instance the soldiers of
I / jii-Isre! put i>:i the black cap. '!
Kalian Mouses of velvet corded silk, aul tlry. j ii the Third regiment just wore 3 upon "I'li-xmer at the:" I.e said slowly! ', ou Far ora1)le 'f- '!.
Satin "I I'.I U-nn-fth that: .s.'etion; of their shoulder >tr: ps.: I found upon '
4 or fmisheil with tery espcUMe i and snicmnli.! "v I 1:1t b.m- you to say'i'
l girdles or belts! are iu notable i Arizona this last: fcuninur. and purposely I inquiry that this was because the European that the sentence of th- law should not I Iuaw Change Bought and Sold, CoifrO: '

1, favor fur theater and deiuidrcas opera I, Vi.--ited the sodi dam I was numbers Here so: much more be proiinuinedV"' i j

a wear. Pur, guipure lace, gold buttoni most astonished) see that the 2.:: ) foot I quickly and easily!: distinguished from !; The: prisom-r' stood like one dized aa 1 : Pror-iptly Attended To.ACCOUNTS ,
) and Iraid, appliiue tritunnius in !silk breach Lad been nearly llled !lt. Thestela each other than the complicated Chinese stupefied. The words seenieil to fall on :j

satin and vi-het and special devices ia frtxu the springs had made fresh! I characters. A truly practical na- bis ears without meaning. The pniuftil: .;i .
cut jet are the garnitures vaiiuubly used.Niw silenti which ensued broken n'' "
I tion the Japanese: was by SOLiCiTET '_
deposits dud ;gradually! patch (' up the
r York Post. i pray h.'ired man in priestly garb who ,
hole made in IS'KAt: the rate
t '
I had preyed his way through the crowd
the breach will be closed! Hoarding Home Humor.
entirely in I
and stood faring his bem-h. ,
THE ROYAL BOX. another year and the lake will assume I Landlady (threateningly) I'll give! "My lord" he exclaimed: earnestly j

! its former proportions.'Previous you a piece of my mind one of these "this man is innocent!"
The Duke of Cambridge's favorite way days !If you're nut careful. I t h Star Laundry1
to tin break Ia the data "Your evidence cows rather late rep'.W I e
of atisftictiou
cxpres.-in complete : with the lake above was fully Gi>0 feet wide Hoarder guess I can stand it It itlsti ( :! the jinl,;". with sternness"If you .
the tro ip< after n review is said to be: '
I "Tit to do! Fit and extended up the canyon for at t any bigger than the piece of pie had aught to say you should h"ai,1 ,
anything lu
,1 wh'l,,." go any- least thrt'iMjuarters of a mllo. Scientists you gave_me.-:Detroit Tree_Press. i, it sooner. Still!/. It you have any light to ': e IlTHE

i TN-! rear of liiissia has written an ac- who have examined the dam $1000 WORTH OF GOOD.A. throw present on your the case statement: I 'shall in take the care proper to i| PIONEFR l LAUNURI J OF f ASST( I FLORIDA !

i nniLt f the trip which, \\hen czaruwitz.: ore of the opinion that It will never ijiiarter. Proceed.! j I

f he lade through Siberia nod the orient. attain a height much above 100 feet H. Thurnes; of Wills Creek "I can only ieveat.| turned the other | .
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{ This is 1.0.tu be publUued I in book form for the deposits In the water seem to I Coal Co., Buffalo, 0 writes: "I "that I know the man h inti'icent. --- --- -

I in St." Petersburg.Win sink In that great depth before the I have: ben afflicted with kidney and "('nt what facts can you aihluce l ?" s

It u ( ..It't'llruf'l' of Poitiisral res- brink Is reach!,!. As they fall, however I bladdpr trouble for years, passing "I am act at liberty to give them. The'i'JiCillions -c CufFs "Done" Just t lirit!

J 1 rued a (fisherman from 111'0\\ ling time oth- they will tend to strengthen the I :gravel or etons, with excruciatingpain. ; of toy oflife (ct-hll"
tr d.y. she did not perform the tint deed Other medicines only pave i
J [ base of the dam and will gradually' 'Then you might :to1(1( have spiral:
(,I that kind. Several years MHO one of relief. After taking For.;Y'S KIDNEY .his : his -S
intorruptioa, replied lordship,
4 decrease the depth of the lake at its II CURE the result J will make !
ho'r .>uii thil.lnu fell into the Tngus, aud was surprising! 'iirning once more to address the pris.tnr. a man itay. .
she juuiped 1 in and rescued it. fur which I lower end."-Washington) Star. A few doses started the brick dust, (. Culls or Coil.1'-, .

act she rei-rhed a nudal. like fine stones, and now I have no Hut there was another interruption, wrongare productiv'

It l that the Prince of Wa'es'! willprobaMr Keel Hot From The Gun pain across my kidnpys and I feel and tLi time in woman's voice. per and profanity i>.
Wa the ball that hit O. n Stead like a new man FOI Y'S KIDNEY palling degree.t ,
I reie man of Newark.Jklich., in the Civil Cure has done )Ill' $1000 worth of believetin: II/OM t
as'I'ILiil.! : of the new pailmincut m : iu I'eb- "I .Ju'! speak if the holy n>an dar'n'tMy
/ War. It caused horrible! Ulcer good." Take no 6ubitute.V., A. tatfiild find a fif'. '
ruar) The iHf.isiuti i \\un ill prove utj'I'at : poor bu'!JIII.Ijp,1 l last night an Father
iiiterext. and tLi-re would IMsome- that no treatment helped for f0years. DV.lembprte. McM.iuus there heard his last con tan woik Vf do. It.o.a
Then Bttcklen's Arnica ,,, f' ('t. and what t I'I
; ; i'J the a- : ran
thins; lit1 Ins; fact that the futurekit. tl' .ion. The aiuts pardon me if it wura ?
.; j-LoiiM! |,c thus associated: wilh the Halve: cured him. Cure Cut*. If you have any money to loan sin to listen to it. I didn't! mane it; ( it.Hti the bt? Vw \' I'!
Rrniaea, Burn*, Boil !lon-i, Corns. first 'i-b to !Mmi'f .." i in .
first p.trhaiaent! of the twentieth ciiitury.Sharing on goo.J collateral security: or but. bun i in the nixt room and hearin a l
the ht.nor of public ntteiitiou Skin Eruption Best Pile cure on mortgages: : upon real estate, corre- ,, f..wHr "! by accident I felt foorced to phone or 11'"- tal I u.

at pt'esent with the new queen of Italy H earth. 25 cti. a box. Cure' g-u'uan-I snood with Thos. C. Watson hear it oil. .Anil oh 1 cnn't bear tho our a'ag:',n.

the iMiilieM "f Anita wife ..t the |insenthrir tepd. Sold by W. A. .\ & Co.. who will attend to same thought of more innocent blood restia on .
to the throne. There U lu k iu the Drugit5. _____ |I I tor you without charge.Cgptlterpnnesdone Diy'H.r Tim son!:"

tit''. for every Savoy piiuce wh. hH HONKY, HONKY IX COMB ATJ i --- Then she went on to tell that in his i.LLV011K C. O. i).

l.i>rne it has become kiner. The Duchess n. MUi4I.ERPHONE 21:1.: 4uo'j' up for 15c each dying cotifessian her husband had acI'I
of Ao-ta is a (omens beauty who before S. PALAFOX. ]I i I I Xew Method Laundry.Cleanliness knoulcilj.-.l himself guilty: of the murder) rEL ;PHONE 11 .i. :'7 E. GARBS-: h1T'GO'JD.i

her marriage was Princess llelcue of Orleans J I laid to the prisoners charge. giving all i
Military ballattae Armory New is next to tli oJ"t"il'n tu the place of conctul I
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Year's pip by the Pensacola'Light: ; Ing the uenpon. WALKER INGRAHAM '
TOWN TOPICS.The Arttllery.RUGS. Godliness,i examine our "1 hank God:" the priest pjiculated.Tbe -

kitchen whenever you-please piisoner was rt-mande. for the :: -

morning! salutation iu HulTal-t has The handsomest pit-sent. A !'l'ar..1t in the place indicated! I
and ESTA3LISHED 1863.
111'cuml'Were you robbed last night?"- see for yourself lias brought to light! a Mood stained )knife!

lulJ'II.'ws.. in anti at the I this invitation been extended with part of the point broken of! and hMi.i.p I - -. -- -- I

ti The disappearance of th' IK wpy arch cheapest prices ever offered fiagn't-ut of steel found at the postmortem :
to by others. Try a McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
from :\l'Yo..k removes .in itlier temptation you examination ia one of the mar I I
from the way of the billposter.AVashingtoa .- in Pensacola. See our Ifs meal at the JVcw Cordova duel man's wounds exactly fitted the I

1 Star.At play. Marston $ Finch. 50 cents. frt c I only It would Lave milted the !hardest hart i I
this horse show other
: year's ns on
occasions, the rule holds good-the well 13 witness the wiidw-ss of Mary's joy I Ship Chandlery and General >apdware>
the .. I I
dressed women are New Yorkers but the r day her hu<;bal,1Ta. restored to her

overdressed women are from other places.Niw E, PETERSENDE.LEl a free and vindicated man.-Etcbaaze.; ;
York Sun. I 603 AND ft05 M. PAL MIX STIIEKT. I
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FOTHOAIRSENESS.llenj. ----------AGENCY-------
C. J. Bishop, Aznew. )[jch,,
Insrerson of Hutton. InJ., Imported and Domestic Wines Liquors and CigarsICE sm nv'' : "I have used FOLEY'S HO> EY REVERE COPPER COMPANY: JOHN A. P.OEBLING'S HO.Nr ( t. I
word above ,
says he had not spoken a \N" TAR in three very severe cases I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL KON'S PUMCISTIJ ?- 3
far a and one b at-
a "whiper; mont .

tIe of FOLEY'S HOXEI ANte TAU restored COLD BEER. of every pneumonia' case. with There good is nothing results so in :i.. Cardzji, Pal !s. 0i.!! iiiic2! Intlracaal, Ctiiij, fic&crs CHUCOMPASSED. : I

his voice. It i is used largely bv JUG TRADE K SPEC tjood". A.D'AIemberte.
speakers and singer Take no sub- 7 LTY. ,:! LOCK ETC.j !

stitut -W..-A. -D'Aleniberte.---- Corner Reus std Government Street, Take your best girl to the military j I j McKenzie Osrtin? CI iectia! ? A;aat: for Bir:Piloti' B D9vollur, v4'I !!

Subscribe for the Sews, toe :a weeki PENSACOLA, FLA. ball at tie Armory New Year's eve. !t I i I ciatioa. !!



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Each Great In HI. Own I -
Way. ;
They tell a story about John Sherman i RE TL ESTWVEgr:
coNSTIPATION and Bob Fitzsiramons, the SAM .

.Isdlt ROCK'Ihat, WRECKS manjjlflives. he had During downed: his triumphal Corbett[ the I'rIZl'-1 great is the basis of wealth, and '!,

It brings in its tram 'cwlsl gladiator In '
bodily was
Washington and'

that slowly but surely destroy health; called at the state department. Then ,i rmma s R nul 1 titatl t il tie nt Imllml t ). :
rstrcngih and cheerfulness! was setn a contest between brain[ and ;:
TO REMOVE.THIS CONDITION TAKEPRIKlY brawn head and hands. Fitzsimmons CLiFS ATCOE'S

ASH looked Sherman sheepish evidently and tried ill at to case make, but him Mr. that'can be found in the South. .h f


"Your reei-lit contest was a severe WE HAVE BARGAINS IN HOMES. BUSINESS PROPERTY, '
BITTERS one I believe, Mr. ritzsimmonsV he CITY AND SUBURBAN. .H
said.Mr. !

If is a marvelous system cleanser and regulator.. Inaudible. I'itzslmmous words and uttered grinned."It a couple. of T. E. Stillrnan & Co- ;' 9'

Permanently CURES a constipated habit. 1
seemed to have ,
pretty thoroughly
-East of Plaza.e -
corrects trouble in.the digestion. Purifies aroused the country. the content, <: _. ----- .
the blood.strengthens the kidneys: did It notr I: - __ u_ '
k PUTS THE SYSltM M PtRf tCT OROtR "* Mr. ntZMinmons scrutinized the i

'SOLD AT DRUGGISTS. brim cf his hat attentively, I.>blushed Writing Desks. :

Pice#IIJANNA.tX grinned: [ and said: LEA&PERRIN

"The United States [is a fine countn"1 Blocks. ,
your honor;" and backed out the : .
oflice, reMKjudinj with short, !sharp i .
: BR.OS.. Spocia.1 8aont4s.A [ ducks of the Lead to the secretary of I Games. I ORIGINAL Saticel: .

-- ---- -. -h_ _______ ___ 1 state's fan-will bows. When the doors I WORCESTERSHIRE :l )
had closed! upon the then world's a
V\.trr of Special Valor. The Story of a Hoodoo Hat. Books. i I..
pion, tie wrinkles at the sides[ cha1ll-1 V
.. I-
William Harconrt Mr. John ( ,f "
i\ !- wast 11I.H. WK ( Italy county's j e
Sherman's & Rewue of Imitations
| yes contracted I ( Tlilt' naluret."D..trJbottl"
,. il i the liighlaiuls with LorJj moot protuiiu-iit citizens, is in thecity smile. v ;
'. i, .-"< !il l an1! other friends[ they AH his way to Augusta to attend I he'" Albums. ) / )
"A great man that.: I'.abcock." It is highly! approved for the very agreeable rest t/ a ;
T. ?':'iy I ('rosIl;: a Scotch loch the old itrans' ri'iin'mn. AVhen he said' which it imparts to Soups, Fish Game, Hot f ciJ.tZ/I'/ -
I his
.' .r-e of t-oine conversation Jot off the train he okcd up Captain I I en with his. WOI k-Ciucunull'ulUlI1pr.secretary: allll'ut I Prayer Books. and Cold Meats, Salads! Welsh Rarebits, etc. __ -

; ? .ttman. from wboui they were Warren Motley, om of the bravest! of I i cial Tribune. I 't JOHN Dl C.IV'S SONS _\gents, :New York .
: 4i! it [information[ as to his the buys who went out In the sixties, '

v r.,. 1 r.e! beauty of the surround- anti they Imnll't1lIl'l.IJt'ran! swapping! I South Sea Suprr.tllI..Di. I Ii Hymn Books. I :

-.. S. .IK\ the man assured them mninNci'iHvs! nltout their army life in 'i 1 In the south sea i-lauds the old guts''I Don't.Throw. Away

; '"I'f tf the loch bad a pe- Virginia.[ [ Finally Mr. ('oupl'r asked are still Very close to present life, Bibles. aMJr. Good Money
: : When asked!' to explain Captain Mostlt'y If he reim-mln-red the I despite the vigorous profession of thin I I.
: ,, .- he remarked that it had! Yankee hat. .\ reporter wIll wa'l stand1ns newer faith which the missionaries[ [ eo", + on poor coal. There is more economy
"n of making the finest there heard the following 01'I! have introduced. On village greens the Catholic Prayer Books. 'I s',' ; than you are aware i/f in burning -

, vLiml Chambers' Journal which both menouch for as lu-inif absolutely I I i stone churches rise into prominence. I! } Go high grade coal. The Galoway
don't tly up the chimney ditfues!
true: The people are unremitting in their \ + heat both longand elective, and
In the Inlrrrnt Afoomoj-. On the first day of the battle of Winchester ,'! attendance upon the services, eating[ ;: Purses. I 5r t keeps your rooms warm without
.. '.11;:; of the Mansfield House ; a Yankwas killed! <'. 14:1r'! : clean white shirts and gaudy bonnets, :, much labor, or heat yonroven without -

., M, Percy Alden, the ward- the line of battle that a soldier f the :I according to the sex of the worshipers ': Kodaks. i _% annoying yen audit cots no '
, -1111'> of the mother ofi I name of )1l'Tt'nII1I1, rwnpany: 1. Pnurth ,: and carrying their\ I'.iblcs and 1 \ more than what you pay for inferior

i, i I' -i; t'v't'nsoit. The widow[
-t was tellliii how. in the on mid wore It. lie[ bad! llllt had: it on ,I [ Hut in the jungles and on1 I II Manicures: a

.' : pinion, the old !lady had his! head fur more than two hours when the! waters no :Samoan quite forgetshis : 'H l'Z' 1' Tnompson Olsen &

, ,, ., native hwas shot the head, the bullet i '
', .11 ; with a chieftain: through ancestral ;gods, the powers of nature vvii
.a ,! L fled thousands and eaten piercing the hat in almost the same: and In the domain of the hunter i Dressing Cases.

.. .'- "Oil Fanny!" exclaimed[ bole that the bullet had entered that :j and the fisher: these! old gods reign I {! ... _ya' Telephone 147.

1.S '" ,'-t's mother In horror, "you killed the Yantaf. :t I supreme.Moialints. ; Smokers' Sets.
L'1 !it was only 111": -London Chron- Another soldier of the i.ame of ""00- may not assume! to blame i

. ,'. tenf Company: II, fourth C'urla.:;:: !i them as untutored savages:;:: practicing : W. B. WRIGHT>> GOfflPflflY ;
pll-1.I.1l1p the lint and put it on, and [in absurd superstitions of an inferior race, | Jewel Cases. ,
The Point of Vleiv.T less than :an hour be, t'H). was killed for [if any moralist will only go a-tish- I} -
squire (sympathetically the built striking him In the heat near lug with people of the infinitely supciiur -
erj .'i'> to hear that your husband the place where the other two bullet! [ Caucasian! race he cannot avoid i Infant Sets.
IS st t.e! point of death Mrs trudge, 'i LUMBER LATHS
]had entered. I seeing a few practii-es[ which may not ,
la Jwu must try and be cheerful, as The next 11anllutb'r. !soldier cf the : be superstitious[ but which are certainJ J i iI -ti
ji'i Lnow it will be all for the best name of Kllpatrick[ of Company II, I I I ly belie\ed necev-aiy to luck. What I! Shaving Sets.Photograph; .dJ Je1I SUED CYPRESS SllNGLES>l-Dried Sep: .

Mrs. ]Ill/tI e-\h. yes 1. Indeed sir; Fourth Georgia; was wearing/ (' hat j the laty does to the worm after it [Is on j
it'll be a blessing: when 'e's gone. bead the li'iok and before it the'"' _
when bo, too, was struck in the goes into Sets. aPENSACOLA, FLA.
I".l;! le able to live in comfort then, asI and killed. : stream is proof that there[ is kin hlp!
I 'sv, 'iui [lu four different clubs.Us. .- I
Although the bat was a fine one:, It. in practice between the savage; and the
; was left lying[ on the field ns there I cultured sllul't lUau-rur. Forest and Glove Boxes.Handkerchief.
was no one who would wear It, as four111th Stream. | .
Millions ,
Given Away -- ----- ---
who bad worn [it were then cold:
Its! certainly gratifying to the and stiff, and each one bad been shot For Oyer Fifty Years : Boxes. ON EUROPEAN PLAN.
public to know of OUA concern in MRS. WINBLOW'B 80OTH1S9 SYRUP: bM
he land who through the hat in ulmo1- the tameplace. been Died for over fitly yean by millioni of '.
are not afraid to be THREE REGUUR MEALS EACH DIY--25 CElTS iCH.
.-Maeoii News. mothers for their children while teething, I Cravat Boxes. ,
generous to the needy and suffering.; with perfect success. It soothes the child ';
The proprietor! of Dr. King's New softens the gums allay all pain,cures wind 1 Restaurant Attached Open Day and Night. .' i.
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs Cyclone rranL. colic and U the best remedy for J>larrh a. ,
and Colds have given away over A traveler In the west the Rev. C. T. It mediately.will relieve Hold: the poor by Druggists little sufferer in every Im Brass Novelties. OYSTERS, FISH AID GAME OF ill KINDS IX SEASON.'t:

fan million trial bottles of this great Brady, !says that of all the manifestations [ pan of the world. Twenty-five cents a bot ,, J
Be and ask for "Mrs. Winslow'sSoothing *
cedicine: and have the satisfac- tie. lore i'
; of power he ever witnessed, from and take other kind i SPECIAL ORDERS HT ANY HOUR
byrup.: no Celluloid Xovelties. 11
li'J' anf knowing it has absolutely earthquake down a cyclone Is the n _ __ iI
jrt-d,:hula' thousands, Bronchitis of hopeless, Hoarseness case3.J must appalling. The midnight[ blackness nnnlon'i "Little Italy." 'I I HA'fEI'5-From$1.notoI.!>Ol'er Day. Lodging:-25and; 50 cent" it

SLd:11l: di*eases of the Throat,Chest; of the funnel the lightning; dart The Huston Transcript says that P.os- Leather Xoveltie 517 and 519 South Palafox St PENSACOLA, FLAChristmas '
iid Lung* are surly cured by it. lug; from It [in [Inconceivable fiercenessthe" ton's "Little Italy" is established; in the .
fAil 'mV.. A. D'Alemberte, Drug- strauce crackling sound from Its very quarter[ where Paul Revere lived'\

llvilarize: : milk< and $1. Every ble attack Its Incredibly swift motion.Its the belfry The Old North square rip-1; !
mlt !guaranteed: or price refunded wild leaping and bounding/ like a lilt'S with the color and music of for-1' Iron Novelties.

-- gigantic beat of prey the awful roar: sign; faces and tongues. The Old North :
r'lPturMf. HandsomelyFramed which follows all this[ but feebly char- cliunh Itself cannot have far to go' Stationery Noveltie -ANDHoliday -- that strange ravager of the to neijjh'wr' with[ Franciscan! chapeN

plains.[ He continues: and Itoman Catholic cathedrals, the
at China Novelties.
undrenilyto hang unu-
The cyclone plays odd pranks. I whole medley of a foreign! world ii \II'11lu i
suall'i low prices. Marxian hare seen two horses lifted In air andcarefully that place where once I'uritauiMii LiquorsAT
I' Gold Pens and Pencils.
unharmed, in a
$ Finch deposited',1ulu't'Il1[ \'.
field about an eighth[ of a mile away.I They say that the lioston Italians: are ,
Encourage home in(111g- have seen chickens and geese picked[ very thrifty, that from being good rentpajers Fountain Pens. -- --

clean of feathers aril yet feebly all\e. they are becoming notable proleerly ( I
fry-; { ,lie Spawn's Erapo- One house, I remember, had a bull bujers. They are a movie levins Frames and Pictures. S. A. FRIEDMAN'S

nited( Soup Vegetables.nt'Hf tt'U feet in diameter cut out of Its roof, and alt )loving people. "<;.) to the I ,

as If by a circular sa w. I have seen Museum of Fine Arts on the flee days Christmas: Cards.

the black, whirling cloud lift a build- and see the- same Italian, !in their :jl: South Palafox St., PEASACOLA, FLA.
We Strive toKeep lug and shake it to piece! as one rats and holiiiall; sluws. miit'u. women ,
shakes a pepper boOne of the and cLildien.standing; before the finest New Year Cards. I

you Well. worst cyclones I ever knew threw 'a things in the ;gallery and appreciatingthem. \ ; I am now receiving daily large shipments of Impcrtod and Domestic
heavy Iron safe about as a ('hiMI1iht ." Calendars. Wine* and Liquor, also the P'it.tst Bottled and ('a'e Goods of all Description -

Consumption, Bronchit- toss a wooden alphabet block In play And that sight reminds a writer in : ;;.

Diphtheria and all i,I It Is an Irresponsible as well as an The Transcript of shabby cabmanin Booklet, Special: attention given to mail and city orders. Free delivery to any
i almost omnipotent mounter and it Florence who always carried his part of the city. Sati-facticii guaranteed money f.undp.l.Vrite for
throat: and lung troubles i seems to lore the hideous jokes of its Oru-nl-'inma: Libel'ata in his coat price hit

: own concocting.; pocket and whine passion was for thcpre'crIon i
'.an e prevented, besides [ of the Italian tongue in TOYS. S. A. FRIEDMAN
I Many per-I;; have had the ex :
'I''-urine warmth and com- its purity, "as only the :Sieuuese:; now ,
Mr. Peter Sherman of
I!I perience pl'csl'rit, siguorina.; P. O. Box 11', Tf'lppton IiI \). -
fort !by using: either the North Stratford, N. IT., who says: : I }'EX ACOLA. FLA.

rrll"t Leader !I "For years I suffered torture from $ioo in:W.\IW.SHH', Dolls. i I
kingQueen, I; chronic indigestion, but Kodol Dyspepsia will be I I II ,,'
readers of this
Klondike Alaska Pea- Cure made u well man of The paper Iron Toys. TIME TABLE.
; pleased to learn that there is at least!
It what eat and i* .
j me. digests you
r\ or Hudson Chest Pro- i: a certain cure for dyspepsia and hat one been dreaded able to disease cure in that all it cience"stae:* Tea Bets. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-

tutors! -in Chamois vests I j stomach even the worst It gives cases relief, anti at and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Rattles.Hubb'r. IN EFFECT J.-\ I'AHrIJIJ! .
i; Cure i is the only positive cure now
and pads. Prices and stylesto I can't help but da good. Harris Anown to the medical fraternity Toys.Rocking No.. i, No. :!. 0.1. o.I. .
,Pharmacy, Kidney Kahn, John Catarrh being a constitutional di'I"C <- 12:::;, noon ll/jopm Leave ivn+a..oJ".4.rrl\! 4.i."ipm 5:">am
suit Save a Bla'ppard. I il'ipm ,,1:1.0 nlitbt ArrlI"rnaton Arrive :45 p in :>:'Gam
constitutional treatment. -
everyone. (! requires a Horses. I 4lipm ''IIII/jalll Arrive Mobile Arrive ,:.W noon 1.':-night
: Hall's CataurhCure is taken K.Hpra 7:4HBii Arrive sea Oritan" ArnTViam 7:4'i p rn
Doctors bill l and be com- Medical Society, Attention. internally: acting directly upon the Doll Carriage: I 'llupm 6:10am -\rn\'olor.tzom"Q: Arrive Slain. 1/iOpm;
' the i There will be a regular meeting ofi blood and surface of the 1\-lUam 1IUpm Arrive NalnlllArnvn : .JlamIWam
'stable. Call and see mucous l?::!.DCIOn !::!J..m Arrive l.'Uis\iil- Arrive kijjpni /'am "
i i the Pensaccla Medical Society at system, thereby destroying foundation Wheel Barrows.Child's I j Apm 1:16am Arrivn inclnnati I>B\'" (..!ipm IIUJprn
>'fierent styles and pat- the Board of Health office at 6i of the disease, and giving the
i! o'clock p.m. Tuesday Dec 2J.I ; patient strength by building; up the Chairs.
hrnat: \\r. T. Green'sIru | Visiting physicians are cordially constitution and assisting nature in
I 21. No.S. No. 2. No. E.
I invited to attend. doing its work. The proprietors Doll Chairs. .( sstpml
Store South Pal- 11:55 night 7."i ain .I'.D 37 PIERPOXT M. D., ., much faith in its curative
t J. HARRIS have o :!:& 7want Milton to.:-'Oprn SUpm
ati 'x Also line "! President. powers, that they offer One Hundred Doll Hammocks. ooam: nJ5amlwfi! Ilet'uOIak-prluJ It."lprn 2foprd
an elegant i MAKCELLUS )CREAKY, M. D., Dollars for any case that it fails to I cI.' j& m am. ..- ChippyMariauoa! ft3pm l'1h7pm.
ll.lfiam : OI.I spin )
4 Christmas goods. ui25tf Secretary. cure. Send for list of testimonials Doll Pianos. I I illOam t.lS a m 1ll/inoon River Junction .",':lOpm IO::1J&m .
Address, F. J. CIIEXEV & Co.. ... .. ......... I-.41 pm. ....Tallabe..... ::.a pm." .
- -- Toledo,1"0 j. Banks. I. ....... 7:25pm! \ill- fc.;:Oa m .. __, ..

Lr Sold by: Druggists, Toe. \

& Tobacco Magic Lanterns. ,
Fruits Nuts Cigars I
No. 9 South Palafox Street. ,f fI -ANll-

Christmas (food* null Fireworks.Oystert Drums. I I Pennacola Lodge, Xo. 3, K. of P, REAL ESTATE ACENT. '
of all dis-
the most : meets every Monday evenIng -
in Hot Coffee with Ddughnuta and light Lunches. Steam Toys. at II at Castle flail! I nd All Other Accounts l..01loct..d -
...... tva-y. __Style__ eases. I i in the Blount -- Watson and Ittomiltanc.Iad(!
h \ When lJl'slrtd. :
third !
,, eordau.1
Holiday Goods for the Million KIDNEY CURE !III Paper Dolls. ViMtlng welcomed.brethren I Choll' Huilding! r/u-.nt-fii tots for Tale and Cottages .
art Houses
-....--- -- rULtI 0 lairaitiid RIBI.J; Toy Can*. .. 'c.;, H. HOF'LFR.J, KRTGIR C.CK. I for Kent. I'i.fill. '
Sterhuc K. 4 S. r Money: to Loan cn Improved Real -
fJT-1 am receivingdailv! l Large: Invoices of Silver Novelties % Toy Hot ns. ..
".. I n,'tletArticlesin Great Variety, of the Richest Duality and .Newt or money refunded. Contains Estate Seccr'ty.! a
" tl It';;, ChristinaTree Ornaments. W O.W. L'p-S'-tirs, O.e Cahn
recognized by emi s Crccerv S/ore,
'r .-,uvrr Hollow-ware for the Table-Coffee, Teas :ouJari'C'reams: remedies
' .' eke Stands, Nut Howl ls, Kerry Howl I*, etc. nent physicians as the bat for :Move Life Oak Camp SOt Woodman of the --I.

l& .\ Choice Assortment of Fine Pipe,. and Bladder troubles. all World.Meets for acceptable Ideas; If!
Kidney Prices are night first and third Friday night! In
P. LINDENSTRUTH Jeweler PRICE SOc. and $l.00. each month. Vieuln ITT>-:;n. cordii m State If patented. 4
i ally lnyit(-d. R'. \V" MTAlsov, THE PATENT RECORD ,
W. A.D'ALEMBERTE. The Stock Immense! @< i fc5.K.TH.MEScUrk. C.C. ,
Xo. 110 South Palaf, .:. PLN3ACOLA, FL.c. .\. j .- I t t Baltimore, Ml lAW { .



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The Calf Storm HM Now Moved to M ] B rose Co
the Atlantic Coast COPPER WORKS
Weather Observer M. J. Wright'Jr. :

., reports that the Gulf storm baa : OF

moved from Alabama to the middle The Tlar Fruit lied la Cake, Pad- THE NEW JOLLY FANTASTICAL

Atlantic coast, attended by moder- din DBB and the Like Are RalIn PRODUCTION OF Turpentine Stills

ately heavy precipitation. Norfolk Mode From Little Grape. That M. B. LEAVITT'S ,
1 1Goneous ,
had a wind velocity of 26 miles, Are Urowa In Greece I i I

which i U the highest reported.At "Mother wants n pound of dried currants Srctatnlar Ex1raiaQaczat Complete Outfits and Extra Kettles, ('III", x .
the time of morning observation Worms, Furnace Doors acd (irII'-
." said a little! girl who came Into I
it was snowing at WashingtonCity !

and Charlotte, and rainiug at. the learned grocer's store In Eighth ; Always Hand.

Norfolk and Wilmington.The I i I arena?. mm Hr in part1 .
storm that appeared in Ore. t
gon yesterday has moved eastwardto "I hain't got a dried currant In the : Sl = Old I S for heW \\ orK

the Missouri valley,and now dominates 'I store null there haft none In the city," I

t weather conditions over the piled the learned crooer. "Rut 11at It I Presented Upon a Scale of Grandeur and M5 and Repairing Done in the ( .,' .

entire country east of the Rockies. Regal bplendor. Heavy Coppersmithing, Steam Pipe and
know }; you want ss>y, end I've Si "r';.81,
Colder and clear weather prevails 40PEOPLE4015HIGHCLASS Copper Work.
got ('1:],
today throughout the Bouth. SPECIAL TIES-15 Sheet Copper, Brass, Lead and I I.
I The learned grocer brought forth aI i Tbe Magnificent scenery, _
The Gorgeous Costume, KAYETTEMOBIIlE \
TUB MODERN MOTHER I box: of the little, sticky, sugary, gritty I SE E The Superb Ballets Aim SAVANNA ", ,

Has found that her little ones are I currants used In fruit cake, plnra (Iud- I. The The Gold Vaudeville and Silver! March, __ 1"- ', JACK .II.\V

improved more by the pleasant shags, mince pies, buns and the like. Tbe New Htsln Surprises.

Hyrup of Figs, when in need of the I "'''h)'. them's 'em:" exclaimed the FROLIC FOLLY, FANTASY -

laxative effect of a gentle remedy little girl. Prices as Usual. Seats Now Selling J. M. McVOY. G. J MORGAN.Bestarat .
than by any other. Children enjoy I I "Yes them's assecVl the t 67Al1TIl
; 1'1ll.

it remedy and it, Syrup benefits of Figs them., is The true "and if the Grecian maiden who grocer Trust those who have tried I I Star li Coffee <
tured by the California }<'manUfaC-j' trod this particular lot of 'ciu into shipshape I suffered from catarrh of the worst ;
Co. only. hal:! used a little wsane or even a i,I kind and never hoped for cure, butEly's For December to date,1' Oysters every style. Fish and Game served to order. Best Cook n'Af t'.tv.
___. Cream Balm to do
seems even
feather duster I
u her feet before she
that.- Oscar Ostrom 45 Warren I
BKOKK rtlS ARM.Douziaes : bfgan there wouldn't le so much! gritin ARRIVED AT QCAKiKTINE.:

"era as there Is. She mast have beenhaving Ave., Chicago 111. Norbk bjornp.7tf">,lbormodaen' Pernatc- COME AND SEE US AND COME AGAIN
Miles FalUTweniy-fhe I I suffered from catarrh ; it got :to buco to Pensacola Lumber Co I
;: a regular Loedonn on the classic bad could not work I used
at Muscogee Wharf. ; Ely's OPEN DAY AND NKJHT. PRICES REASON \ .
j I sands before she began to dance on 'I Cream Bam and am entirely well.A. CLEARED. I I

Miles Douglass of Bluff Springs, this box of fruit. There, sissy; tt'U' C. Clarke, ill Hhawmut Ave., Nor 69 Itutu, :tLI. Helliesen. by Rears : & MORGAN
one of the L. & N. bridge pang lost i your mother: she must bathe Via in see Boston Mass. with Dunwody 2--V.32S*B Jt Co: sawn for Gibraltar timber, l'!
his balance while at work on the elevator i eial Haters before she uses 'ein. or she The Balm does not irritate or and boards value Ji8JR'
cause sneering. Sold by druggists Hr ss strathlf\en, additional car o for 329 S. Palafox St Proprietors
tracks Muscogee wharf might jt'.i-t as well pat a lot of sandpaper
I at 50 cts or mailed bvr Brothers Barcelona sqr hales cotton I.irt round
Ely ,
yesterday and fell about 25; feet to in her fruit cake. And tell her that bales cot ton, II 5 ions phospbaltt rock, value -
60 Warren St. New
the wharf below, breaking his arm t4 IU1Nor
they ain't dried currants either

and being badly bruised about the ; "What's the reason they ain't dried of Keyser ss'Aquila.& ('0. for Kalmoutb.Hi'+ ,. Anderson with,i.miO by WS ft I! JAMES HUGHES Jr.

body.Hannah. ; currants'demanded a disputative lcportnl'IhcCantli lumber, );:hslnoaft awn umber, 4jij; !, crt ,
-- '
haven timberalueil5.l in ,
I Bros., guarantees: every I customer when the girl had gone. Tug Echo Rowe, with two barges for Nos. 801, 803, 80S, 807 South Palafcx Street. .

bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Ilem- "They niu't dried! currants any more : ThiCi1izc' N ali Dal Bank \ era: Crud via l Kabine i'us .:. P. o. Box 404; Phonet. Shops, 123 Rcsurn f "

edy and will refund the money to' than they are dried pumpkins" repliedthe '

anyone who is not satisfied after I grocer. "The reason they ain'tdried AT QfARASTINE. Boiler and Machine Works

using two-thirds of the contents currants is that they weren't cur- -VI' I'IN I r1!"Lt{'()I..1. Nor shi.) Norge, lavt!,OUen, Dublia, to Kit
This i, the best remedy in the world M Robinson /lOMPLKTKLY: KlJt'IPPED WITH Tilt: LATEST: AND BI'.si: v\
rants h.-fore they were dried. Good THE HT.TI01- 11.01:1(1.AT TIIK l It Ilk Laruruia 7V, Oeaaaru Genoa to Steel Hound Iron. Boiler
Full Line of .Sheet
\ Every Description.
for la colds
grippe, coughs, croup Farodi Co
and whooping cough and is pleasant reason enough, ain't It? rl/ISE 01l'MIII"S.. It bk Regina, ;y:7, Cavallmo, Seville to tag an1 Other )Material All Kinds
"Yes. said the less 'Difficult Repair Work Specialty. Try Us Once and YouV iAA
' customer dlsputntive order [
and safe: to take. It prevents' any I DEC lrn.: IWtI.Ht' .
Krbk J H Iiemaone: 41(5( Monce Ca)jnne.
tendency of a cold to result in than he was. "But what does .
pneu- ..,111'('('", to Kaars Uunwbdv Co
monia. I, everybody call them dried currants forthen ; It bk Baccicln Kevello.'!, Hamery, Bris A A A A A A A A A A .*. A r*.
_- I 1.0I1n3nncltlhl'nunl'l. ...... ( Ftgl'aJUverdrafts tol, to dears. 1'unwody CoNor
Remember the P. L. A. militaryball 1 secured and unt I bit Adolf, ,!Andersen, to Simpson :
'Cause they don't know any better." i .'un'll .... l.l.Ml M" ) A Co 1 1J
at the New Year's Qlt A ClORT'11111
Armory eve. t.. Bonds circulation > ,.
S. to secure 2.u' ui It ship Vanduara 9i, Caitagnola Cork WE'REIIERE i
said the learned "They'll go'
t'. H. Bonds on hand .. ... l.uwiu to Bears Dunwody & Co
Kept the Bonnet Comjinnj-. right on coming In here and asking for I Prl'lIIiulII'llln1.. Bonds ... ... ?!,.*iUlIIO It ehlp Prospero Kepetto, list, Hcbiappa-: < >
The story of m elderly couple who dried currants just the same after 1 tell Mocks.liiiiikingliuUMfuriuturti Sfeurities. etc end 7.X57 I"2 case, Genoa to order

lived in a Ma-JsafliUM-tts town nearly I 'em why they ain't driel currants as I fixtures 1.101 lIU I

" T 0 years no !5s told by some of the old1 1 I they did In-fore." : Due Hunks from(not National KfservrAgfittM I I I TUB SHIPPING.
Photo Co
< eat inhabitants with much uuctiun.I I ""'ha t should they ask for, then?" inquired 1.4i>; 18 J Boston
]>uc from Mutt Hunks
The lady had been bereft of one help- ; the customer."If : uiul!>aukersI 3.hsitN1 I I ,
niU't, and her I"'IIuI linl>anu" front nppnmtlreserve 'I 8TEAKBHIP8
I Athalie, IHI, Wiebuit, to PensacolaLumber ,
tvio U-en left \vidu\vor U-fore the ass for dried eorinths," replied the !(' tI.Mr,117 :
' I'lieoks u ml otlu-r wish I' Co : c Cor. Palafox and Intendencia Street, Pensacola, Fla.
pairvor! united in the Imiula of mat. learned grocer, "lie would not necessarily I item- 1 :<;;i i aNotes Nor Aqulla ll'>7. Anderson HuelraV s

L riuioi'y.! They were huHI! of that tem- ; be a gentleman but I'dlet on him al Hanks of otber. >niiun-.. ... .. ;15 U} I Ke.Vber .V t oKrAnselmade Larnnugn :i>WI, Than-on. 'i I. l t' on Finished nice Mantello Photographsmnuntrd card-, IUST !' >,
its I scholar. Dried corinths is I toitulf Transit Co '1 1 Hantelli. t J ;uarnuteed nrHelllalia neverto
l'l'rulI"thkh causes ; iK' se.sdor tot bring!;: a Frnl'tlltJUllIJUI'r cur- I j .. TO ADVERT r '
!,., dl l ll artu.zslts! '-.M-t," I what you should ask fer when you relll'.V. UlrUeN JIIlllcrnls ,;:0 31laia'a I Hr Capuor W; Uitdbam to (iL It Transit I u W,' make thousands of there I >

I F! On the weiltiing! day the bride found i il' want this little: sugar: : coated gritty i I CoNor Douglas,,:n, Encksen, to Cuban JstarLine I Photos"" I'i"tn-sur"Ul.'early. and avoid 2 ONLY >
i-- i.MK
,l'' in the back entry, on a eonspiein'i-i! 1 raisin, for It's a raisin pure anJ simple. 1.\\\\1. MONIKf- ;3 ,I span KrunciscB !s6i.:t: Fcherarria, totiulf ; J/ E..1. McDEKMANn ouroperator I, '

nail a sirelHvmet which had l IK !longed ." ', >i 1\ t: IN li \x h.17. .. Transit Co I "Ij 25o hat log worked continuously lOc ,
V .! Hr Hannali M r.I.I.tJ, Granger, to J/ for tliepgit lift"Pnyears insome ,
to her !iiiuitl.ito! jirjiloeesa.r. She "How's that? the customer", wanted .
d of the b"-l sluliot the
. I'r-j 1'01"1\; : :;a ( lilt Truiiiit! Colr in
: mend ;it t.. (."'.!h'iUlJ in a dj the best of For tine >\. I'

;! iifuly "''lI'l'IIJlHh lad nsuleiuin nn "I'.ecaiisi it was a grape: before it note1S.J50 i >- :I.4-i'; ; I work
-dfiiip>i it nftiinl with Nor" Ruth, 'J-.W. HelKesen, to liners l'nn'I'I
'1 :.:.' !st. Lit 1'.1:"-,,,) the sun'.iniiact: ,, ,,asril.I.,1: the grocer "and if raisins I'. i X Treasurer, 3'r I wed v .* t'.. t VVY V vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvrr'

M1t on its al'clI tt.lIl'.Itlail. : ails grapes what are they:" of circulation 1.2iO: i"i'-{i'UC 1 I Co tsr'"H da. lrti Tuilock. to OJlf Transit I't -

r.. lirri!:.; tli', next! few lays the ("aliCOhet.hear'ibratcd 'T.ut jon said these were dried corinths. TuT.\L .. '; r.r w'e-tnoor, :!;;1I. Klause, to lUari. Uunwody __ ... _
f .1.1"1 ItS "' """ '.--. -..
with more or less!, ." persisted the customer. "What'sa l.ialtililii-. A Co.HIP. :;. ->._" ---:-;_. .'-. ... ... -CS"

regutaity: letutrii the closet and the' Corinth anyhow':" I
I I Ij Capital stock pad in ......... $!1'.<>m mi'': Br Lena l..s-j; ibbs.Dtmer.ira to s L Co
, nail. Then there ':11\\ day when tile "A rorinth is the smallest grape that .
Surpiufuii" i''v"1"! i ) i
'. bride i'.ppn.aclied her litisliiml: : v. ilh aman's ,:::,ows." replied the learned grocer, tldiVOlydpl'otits, !II''' fxpvii-os 1 1iiiiltir.imiil I BASKS .
p; hat in her hand as he was in this "and it lost its name years and years Hunk I Holes iui9tinil- ;UfilJ WNtituiiiiil t Nor" AutrnlialldAnenaento order'

act of lehistallin the sunlioiinet."If .. It (''uutrrnuda. lortsl o
., :; ago because It was gradually corruptedinto ill!( :!;).I..I'11 "itCoiuiuestatore..=);':'. Trapl'n:. murder
F : you have that sbiilioniiol tliere," i 'cuirai.t,' which became :t!,;.> the Due tootlit-r Niiuuualluu.ks : i, tier Kiandr", '.'7s. Hung. to -i P shotterfo

: : she t-r.M: try: : "I 1 shall! Iran: ; up my name of the acidulated little! berry of 1'iif I.1111.: .. it'i,9( sj mouth Nor Lief 7V!, hklversfcti. forGracge- ..--X, _...-"...-......-........._......."-'.- ,........._.............-....._".. -a.--....-....".....'
If first hcsliand'a l hat oti tin acct nail." I our garden which you inisht dry from and liiiaUcrs UH l.v.'j; It "sllonntL del Orto.iGatnbdo, toV bKeeker
< >-itaulijrct
! I? Site looked at the bridegroom: and : now until Gabriel .niids his horn to cliwk 417,1!,.! S't & i'" 'I .. ..T'LJG
I l UI1ve :MountHl
I .' met tli" ('ciiinterit ui her own ex- I without g-ttiig! it nearer the conditionof lifiiMii'l ctrtiticulescf it li"H7lTOlusso.' loD.iar Duiinodj _......... ,....___ ....
"" .. '' '' ''' '
df POMI l.K: s 0 ., ,, .."....'.... .-'_.'', .'' :-- .rrrJIFJ..
r : r>res::h::i. She Iunr the! lint on the des-1 a raisin than a pea !Is. ('frtiticd l check ..... ..... :3liSi.t & Co ; v. Uer \isargis,1'tH; Mees-ner. t.-I K L Cn
"f ijinatul; i.a'l' ant], alt the "This little! grape :grows all over the l'u-tu..r'a cticcks nutstaiidin .. i!
.. IofUIIOSr.K"
? 77 W-l' I."i7,7i II|
f '
' l roii'f livid; l to beery old neither tlu (stands cf the! Grecian archipelago!! and Not 'suiut bills r..dhcounll'L,_. .i{,;'\.". IKI+ ,, Er Florence It He\,*on, :gyp, Potterson,

; t hat isrr tie! sunbonnet ever inovttl was Cist exported from Corinth and T"Ti. $--isl.iisi-iSTATEOK toorderAm 1111\)' Crockett fci, Merritt, all, for e APO8TOE'3.irl r I l [ ]
!i- again till the house came into tlitf I that's what gave it its proper name. Kl."ltIll\Col'NT\: ISCAIIKIA. '; Beli/e 1

i r l.- hands of a new ,' .'-Yiitith's Com- The bundles don't grow much bigger ss: Am John F Kran, 4s7, Jones to W Bi! .
I Wright &: loUPCLEARED
j 1m.lJlI. j 1 1'If. hall a stem of red currants and they I. L.HiltonIreenI'recidrnt of t1ieaboeiiiiined -

.. i... lie Oilnrlte-----the- rp. |I are so full of sugar: that when they are hunk do solemnly i,)true i.. swear the liest that of my theubovetten'rnt AND SAILED. FOR PEN- .-......;...-.-_..,;.. .AI.'X--........a..r..r.....,....:::; ..."._...;.6l. '.....--t.' .. ...,.,.-<1
picked and dried in the sun they actually knu"lilgand: lid inf. SACOLA.STEAMNHIPS.
:' (. A correspondent ('f the l'hillth.lllIia: : i I HILTON (Sums.President.. .
seem to melt and run together like
I s: Press that when the late: K. H. A.I! .
ays gumdrops, and it takes a lot of care Suh.l'l'ih..cJ and sworn to before me this Aureola Hr, sid Harry Dec !'
"; : 11.,1'1' was on the stab: of the l::dtimnre.lmeriran I and work to separate them again.: ilsl day of December, IVHU.UKJ.. S. KMEHV: '' Aqua, /ir. at Taganrog Nov 14 Cliristiiias Fruits in En less \ariety -
news came one day to the A nut, It, bid liemio l>ec 4
< "After they are !separated the time Notary 1'ulilic. Carlisle. Kr, slit Harry I>ecKverlngham a
; editor that food in the Se\en I'otAll I
rity ('urn'ct1\I'sl- Kr. hid IiriIll811So:1:
when the Grecian maiden gets herwork LOOK AT THK8K PRICES:
ll !lighthouse, out iu ChenapiMke T. K.: w'.LLSs. i Knda horn,til'r. fid harry llec 7
I In on 'em. for it is one of her Ki\ )1. ltOIlI." "0:" Inrectors.Wm.KlsHFR. EirrlemoorBrsICirnoauctatManton Chocolntc->. . . ...
i : bay was l'lblllh',11111111:11: the keei Moor Hrbldlirnoa Nov 3 .oP".lu.1.lh. . . . . I.

c er aul his! family were fchirviu; IJlrl.1 pleasant duties to jump on a heap of One, Nor, hid Gibraltar Ire KHan I :)lur.hIltlluxx' Drale... psi' lie. .. . .... ... . . .('
the sticky stuff with her haref"l.t until Gibraltar Dee I.'
a secured a custom ho'itsc tii anti loadeil: : Shepperton., Nor. passed Kr. Did Genoa Nov :1 i' L'lly Ouiurt Irop".IHor ih . . .. .... . .. . . '! ."
of the little
she has enough
compressed .
s \ it with provision\ The weather was raisins to three boxes of them LESTER PIANOS Spennj moor, Br, hid shields l>t-c 1 I ..ltnn.. :Mixed %T H)* ."'i.'

:: exceptionality {cold and the tu:1:; squeeze Bill Ph.Kaccbus .
Into No hydraulic could do IIoinoiiia Ctimlv ll,"< (or. ..!..
one. pump
: stuck In the ice half a mile frum the I Itus, sid Algoa Bay ct i>)
it better. If it could, we wouldn't have blit.tier, sId Havre Uecil
knoll I>orr left the boat and started Guarantee Ten Years. Kupheml. It, Bid Holevbead Nov 17 I You must have Candies and Fruits for the Holiday-
maiden's feet
I over the ice.AVhen the sand and grit the Maria Madre, It. sld Marseilles I>eci 9 and for your Christians Tree
mingle with the fruit and without that Marabout, llr, vld Plvmouih Nov 21 I
he reached the lighthouse her Ihos HtI 'ard' Br. 1151 at Harrow Nov" 17 I
was! warmly greeted. "Come In the no dried corinths are 'genuine.: The Lester sounding board is sld "ork.Oct 2:> : LET ME FILL YOUR ORDER.;; C-
"Still 1 folks to come Inhere \"anloo,1 t,sid Marseilles Nov 24
; dining mom" said the Keeper's wife i'h\III'XPl'ct crowned and built into Piano on
; after the rescuer had warmed himself. I right along and ask for dried currants Fame principal as the back of a vio BARE Goods Delivered Free to Any Part of the City.
Just the: same" said the learned lin. This is the secret of the RICH Annie )f. It,sld Hamburg Sot:!
"Come In nu had I grocer as he went to wait on a new customer. MELLOW LESTER TOXE. Nov. fiCharles C.
i Mr. Dorr thought hunger KPOSTOLS.
.-New York Press. We ask you to compare the Leter and Max, .'r.:> Nantez, Aug6Iiora.
i made her mad. "1 heard that: you I In'et1.'ll with any other Piano. We invite Ger. bid ft Vincent lien : Nor, >U Haicelena Dec 3Ksmeralda.
stammered Mr. Burr
as this knowing
i there is NO BETTER hus. sid Las 1'almns Nov -"' OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE.
4= soon as he could speak. I Ii PANCAKE FLOUR. PIAXO: MADE. K.inanuel. GcrId Havre Nov 17 -

i i "Well, cane to think of it," replied i Sold on Easy Terms. A ]arg-" }:Kdmburph. sld rardiff Nov 17Hedwljf.
BLTCKWHEAT.HHEDED Ger. pasted Isle of WIvbtNovS ,
; the housewife, "we do.Ve hate plenty I i variety to select from. Call and see Iilu>"pplnK.II, std U"nolo\ 17
; of meat and teet.ibes.! Hour and COCOANUT. them. Katahdin.lir.. at Ilabla "ct \'.. ,! .AL'TTED:: !
l AIIlse. Nor. sld rmroness' Dec MMnrlH.
. that sort, but the nest time you are i i MINCEMEAT.: ClOTTFR'S MUM, HOUSE I ,101", old Valencia Nov 5Minerva. i'

i coming out this way we'd appreciate it :: AT H. MULLER'S. It, sld Barcelona Nov sMonle o= _===== = o
112 and U I South Ta'afox Moro, It, sa| Hamburg Dec II -
If JtQu.tllJrln:: over a few jars of quince: :! PHONE13.4 111 1'ALAFOX.. I'rsopero. It. '1IlI.Uatlee I ,
-. J.-lllili :lnd frantl.meti w ,m wUh i to ititere-t them=, eiv -
she added cheerfully.Mr. i I loa.1tid Hnrcf'lona.Clcr ?)
jam, ----- I
I !'I.'lh"rlt."r; aid Swanseaovil r Snfjn Purcha tlf ( HliHHlAS
: Dorr took his provisions back to (rood full pie. They are excel GEO. PETERSEN Thuiim Perry Kus, sid London Dec i i PRETEXTS.:

Baltimore, but no account of his: trip 'lent. Very rich patry. To intro UUK.s.KlIy.Ger. I I PANTS that: veil: nut mike you pant when! you pan: f

t. was written. I duce them well we will sell them 47:5.: '.Accra. lit pt I COATS that for fit and style would pa-s with the mot --evt-r !i.

I t I three for 10 cents for thirty lays Bicycle Dealer sld Savona June 3 court of justice, and the VET that wool vest: you with the p.-v. '
i make order. Vienna ,
.. i We large pies to -
Appcarnnee Model Bakery 107 West Intender.cia. Stops the Cough pear in the bc-t of society i with no fear of criticism.
have called to solicit the firm' I ,
I I They AOEXTFOKTHERambler. : and Works off the Cold. If you happen to bf trpit( I cool| hyany of your arquiintanr -
>tance for n local chaiity. '
t i -- --- -- Cleveland and LISIIIBromo (luinia" Tablets cur as fUl'l1i..h'ot: with an O.EHt'f< that would warm fvn u tnaih'UNoe we ask this gentleman i i J. Hilliard $ Co. build r-id' In one day. No Cure, No Pay Pr.ce \\'" have trouble footing/ <-
0- that coming;: up the ai.sle. Featllez tone :Bicycles. :j ceLli. jag nn b- m tie e4i-r with .. pir of J & Si. SHOE:-\nnyour f>.. f'hatdid
--- -
I. Gray-Xo; he's dressed l tew well and! 'the', best delivery wagons, Repairs on All Kim's Done b:an Experienced >OTICK. I \\ you .S4.v about r>lIIKTS, ( OI.LARS. CUFFS .illli I i it

he has tco much the air of enterprise spring floats (dntys, etc- Workman. hav the :hirt-. Collars and Cull, that will >t+nd for you ID tnn-t .,

and activity. He is \undoubtedly underling I The annual election of Director of trouble ann Ties that will do your talking for you.:
CiFSOTKNIVESANDLAWN- for the pn-uinx year, of the Citz"o'Xati.nal / 1[ )'tEL'Yandt'NDElttl'ERthatwill kei '
on a small ;;:IIJI')'. We will tackle : not only j. :;" !
ii. Of all kinds and lark of Pen"acvld will beheld but make the other Ifl!
that s'or.chy iouLing. woebegone :\lOWlmSHAHl'EXED.. t. STO\TES I I I, at !-,ihll..wk, hdwffll the tours If you happen to be cutunt down town 'n the rain ju-t rem 11,1:,
J little man at the desk lie is sure taK at all sorts of :JVIcssorisexScivico: '
of 10 a. m. and 4 p. IlL, on Tuesday I hllan ex'ra lar"l'k:: of RUHI5ER COATI MACKINTO: \ -

a the head of the lta'.Jlbhlll'Ut.r .- prices. Easy terms. Mars- Phone *\3. 12 W. :Nt.CjCSSt' January Mh, Hf()]. I'MBRELLAStronzenough to withstand the 1".11. or Niagara .1

Boston Transcript L. Hll.ToNfiREE.V, me ant I'll prove all I ,"ay. Your-. l'len-c.

ton <\-Finch.\ cTtd I'reiderat._ !

A f'l.t'It). ? Ze'25ZZe"r52525'S CANAliY RliD3. $ -JOS.! COLEMANlilCILUll

The sage Las had his sty ngaiu-t "'".
marrying in haste; here U the same i 1 Is hereby given of my intention BOWERS & RUSE 1 j[. Fine Miners. .a_: P. Linden trutt'!'. I
iN 22, Itsl.atPe"a -- ---
Kppl.onJanuuy -
) II. FKIKS i i C. A. WALES & Co.Dalt .
thought; with a prettier' coloring coin r hl hla. to the Honorable E. I. ) \:\- NAVAL STOKES MAUKKJ. ,
.\ solemn aud awe ii'spiiins; bishopwas well for leave 10 adopt Mary MlberXnmb. }3 ARECLOSING .
a minor. OiiULoTTt I CKOMSE.NKITHHK : r
examiuius a ilass of :girls aiJ ld-03'K1III"! > | OUT imported Daily for The New b> ATTORNEYATLAVPensacola /,

asked: I'nion/iaTal: Stores Co. Fla. Weed and Coal.

"What Is the b.>st prepaiatiou" for the the captain owners j 1}| T1E KALLAXCE OF THEIRS a081. .
sacrament of matrimony?" nor ooruijfnoes of the:: Norwegian W W_ $2 "i H 1.i5 OKKICE:-Over Sol Cahn & (I).'s. We rctpectfolly Irn it" the patrona- '
: bk ..Iar'ot111 be _._. .._ htS hwiplc of ivnmcol
Stock of wa_ :s &
"A little coortin! me lord! was the Millineryra Office and \'ariN, ;:;Houth Aka ,r d
reiiDonibl fur debts contracted .__ .. 2 !.' f_ ._ _... I. corner Pabfoxand Ictendencia St1.Buhicribe --;
unexpected reily of one of the number : by the ere\\ of said nos"l. M_.. ._ ..1 whose be guessed. T. J. THOR' ADEN, f KEGAKULE>S OF CO,T. m K.- I Gi D__ '._ ...... 1V -
:r nationality may Pensseola Luru>r Co. Cuptain.Consignees. I..__._.__ .. ... l +i'8r1&rTCTUhrx3TIJE3i I IoA
-Eichau"e.s : 4 22dlt! C'S'r r .3 t.5254S4 Sa t; l !i seats. for the News, lOc a week Try THI ;saws: WaltColem:1 I


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