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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 5, 1903
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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SUSPENDED::: FROM three dead-shot guards and three PASSENGERS. <
INTO RECEIVER'S HANDS. district of Florida was revived PANIC AMONG :
today by the receipt of informationfrom blood hounds, were temporarily con- ,
;k A't that Captain Terrell Ineti. Into Consisted! Traffic Where Three Streets 'I"'I"i ''1\ <
Blue Goes
Ridge Mining Company Washington that a selectionwas fined inth9 county jail: here Satur- Alabama to>> Have Soldier's Horn '

...'.> His Second Officer to Low. Bankruptcy. day evening, remaining until 3 Intersect end Slippery: Condition of Rent Free For 15 Years. '",
possible today or tomorrow.
Curterbiille Ga. Jan. 3 -The Blue '
Twice, ThusC Accident Ala JMJ. Governor : .
er t 'e Stern Light Rails Probably: Caused the Montgomery :
o'clock yesterday afternoon when
Inside. Ridge :Mining! company has gone intoa McGourin and Captain Nor- Jelks today re't'd a letter from Cobol i 4 :-, i i, .

,, 13 I Signal Gunboat Was leceUer's hands. A. D. Melloy, of thup are at Washington and are they were marched up Tarragonastreet Will Investigate Cause. nel Milton Humes, of Huntsville, or1 ; ,' '' '-l ,

\. 'i or.t: Jan. S. The Herald says I.; New York, and Judge Joel Branham, "documents" to the Union depot, thence Chicago Jan :3.: Se\eral persons fering the state, rent free for 15 yeara, r. ,: .; .
armed with
t' :t ...'r charges based on a viola 1''I of Rome, have been appointed receivers : extra were injured in a collision this morning the house and 10 acres of rand at Hunt i '.r't' ; '

. : ,,: the neutrality laws and with and will take charge of the com against one another. Hon. B. C. north and across the country to a at Milwaukee avenue and Hal- ville, known as the Alabama nrUtUzTJ 1 t{: > I-

'.._ .-gtJ responsibility of having I pany's affairs at once.It Tunison is in that city also, but says spot about sixteen miles from the stead!, between a cable train and an academy, for the use of a home for -ft "

S\: '!if :in.3nnation: to the blockading !I is understood that the procedure the city, where they will be put to work: electric car. Both were crowded anda confederate soKidnra. '
he is there on legal business, ;
ace* which led to the capture or th a by
company '
.zuela-n! government minister at 3uOtMd.) The company owns 17.5UO O'Neal contempt case demandinghis known injured are: military barrack style, has a IeePIi.C! r .

tia! .--acaib! Dec. 20, Captain T rrlll, ot acres of mineral and farming lands! coincident presence with the they have been leased:for an annual Anthony Tusk, 32 Poe street cut room for each of 200 parsons and CQl.1 'd.'.

tie 8".mshlp Zulia of the Red "D" known as the Etowah property, being other two gentlemen. It is said that consideration of $1r0. about the face and leg injured. onel Hume wnnta nothing out of 16 -; :-

it* has been suspended from duty.It contiguous to the Etowah river, and As the prisoners, clad in the Arthur Bradford left hip dislocated. except the satisfaction of helping hi* > 't' -
la also said that Captain TenIlli embracing a fine water power, besides Mr. Tunison has washed his hands Otto Schraeder, 223 Rhine street, old comrades. It is on an eminence .

officers of the mJocral lands: on which there are fine but his choice is culiar stuped prison garb, marched .
i arranged with the of the matter, Capt. both legs mangled. overlooking the city.

u nMn wart hip blockade at Maracai- deposits of Iron and manganese ores, Xorthup. through the streets, a great deal of Frank Cschan. 210 Drake avenue, leg The offer comes Just at a time when) .il. .i. "

fco that it, when passing out of the harr barytea and ochre, and has been work interest was manifested ; and, until fractured and bruised about the body. the promoters of the Mouataln Creeld ; t t.
<< during the day time the Zulia ed off!: and on during recent >ears. The records carried by these two The slippery condition of the rails home felt they had easy going to gets d ".1

c1'eJ;': her ensign twice, it was under- It was worked extensively under the aspirants: are intrestlng. An affidavit their departure, a great many negroes together with the congested traffic the state to take over that enterpria ;, i .
direction of the late Hon. Mark A. .
-<< 'd this would be a signal to the alleging: Capt. Xorthup's align- some of whom were acquainted three streets Intersecting at that point and run it : .,t ... '
. Cooper, who had a rolling mill, furnace
. ii.Ups blockading the port that a1'n'i.ulan with several of the convicts, followed are said to have caused the accident .1'ORDERED
gunboat was inside foundry, etc., and made. arms ment with the democrats: in 1S03 was TO BOSTON. ';1 I
forth, before and conversed with them.
<'! the Zulia pass out after winM confederacy during and secured from the election clerk. LOST LIFE IN FIRE.In .

. >\ 1\ tea! aprt'od that the stern the sixties. It Is hoped here that affairs This affidavit was oilset by a similar These were all threatened with ar- "- Department of Agriculture Will Have<< j.
will themselves!
1 d'! 11 'e >h o dipi*d wire Tit so shape that I rest at one time if they did not desist Gadcien: Conflagration Man Is Steddom Go To That City. 1 I J.i ,
work on the property will be again resumed from another gentleman who ,
7.lIh i'iwt at Maracaibo t from IVc. paper Burned to Death Knoxville Tenn., Jan. 3.-Dr. R. Dt ,
from with the I
:; untii! Jcl 2'i "':t'n fhp steamed out, soon swore he would not believe the ex- interfering prison Ala., Jan. 3.-{Jadsden was StedJom, in; barge of the United t _

I' iii !hint the bl:,,, U le line shortly af- election clerk on oath. As both of ers visited by a disastrous; fire yesterday States cattle Quarantine against Texas I'. r .
Ft. Brady Earraks Burned.
'.r t ul'pun. Thee men are all in for long terms morning, which destroyed three large cattle fever, with headquarters in 1 .
Sault St(. Marie, Mich., Jan, 3.- these are attorneys the fight for a supremacy )
'I.\ ,' German gllllJoat; !> Panther: was buildings in the center of the business this city, has been ordered to Boston 4
The fine barracks at Port Brady, builtin and were brought from the convict
,t':J'f PoSt. f t1! f Zuha 1\ten ( :lPI in the matter of veracity Is portion of the city. The loss is placedat by the department of agriculture. lIe 1

.i 1' TP'.I: it is al'.ep-il:: tailed his 1S92, were complrtely destroyed by interesting.:\ camp: 'It Marysville, about DO miles $15, I fire today. The loss is placed at
. .ir rClirr and lifetruitod him to from Sneads in Jackson county. Joe A. Wilson, in whose room, the the quarantine measures to stamp out : I \
I( JSO.OOO. Tho barracks were occu- When the second affidavit was
: .\\> \ tn !-crn l k lit taiP.t'aptan! fire started, was burned to death. T. the foot and mouth disease now prevalent '
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:... i'l!i .' carr..e tie asp'rtnn is false r i pled by a battalion of the: Fourteenth I filed! the election clerk delved into They are under contract for at least B. Ge-w'n, his; roommate, was rescued, among tattle: ill New England. ., t \l' t
: United States infantry, and the men one to the lessee '
I court records of a certain period and hut present though he sustained painful burns that He says it is believed in Washington t I
waved their accoutreraonta and the fur-
Burglars! Elow Open Eank Vault. I .
and will work in the turpentinestills may prove serious. that the disease be controlled in js
may .'
(:;J!,,-'..urm.;. Jan. 3.-Fue men 'nature of the building There was has hud reproduced a fac simile of .j";
The fire was discovered shortly after three mouths. .
.. r te!: Pirn National bank of : little water in the city stand' pipe when those: proeeelling*,detailing impeachment at a point between Millviewand midnight over the Cudahy Packing J. "r 'i't

\: : >" arty: this norning. bound the alarm was turned in and consequently Muscogee. ', .
I proceedings. Al!of which will compan) store. A strong win was1011nl SIX VICTIMS. ;
ti.l i -.:--LTil the night watchman andw not sufficient pressure for the ; ; r'
j Home Pensacola negroes are in the \ from the east, and the flames
,,:.--n the vault secutplni? 3400. firemen to cope with the flamMn be interesting reading and will be '
soon spread to adjoining buildings.Annlston '
i I. :. i :..i-:;.': ni dynamite were ex- investigation of the lack of water is submitted to the president. bunch. Among them are Dave Eastman was called on for help at Deadly Toy Gun Gets In Its Work j. : t.

:'.<.*' ..' .the rash was reached.I now being ma.'.e. : murderer; Sam Davis, thief; one time and a was being of Death. v i ,I
I !i ::1) ,'il. The senate convened today and company Norfolk Va.. Jan. 3-The list of fatalities .,(; '
!Sam Dozier, thief, and others. East put on a special train, when It was i i', I
think the thing from lockjJ.caused by pow- -
-- the Northup men
What for extracts is important the that the Gads- '
you pay stopped by news ;
man is said to be of a quarrelsome der burn from toy pistols on Christ
large: Balance In Treasury. but wlrit you get for your will be settled among the first business ; den firemen had gotten the blaze under .'
"i Via. Jan. 3.-Hy ac- nature and is frequently whipped.He control. mas increased: by two today, and hat .
money is ten times more important. of the session. total of six while several !! '
..r :1"h in the state treasdl reached a .
I said that he had been The fire had made great ,
:_ liiirnffi'n Vanilla cots. more because -- yesterday headway other thikLren are being treated. Ra.J'e' .
> was U ,569.H.

,. numbers. $3 :?.U110 is I worth more.- THE ANNUAL flogged last Friday for tantalizing a before Inefficiency\ the firemen is being began freely fighting;charged it., mond Jojner, white, C years old) and i

'donning to the state. I negro. He yet maintains his innocence Sam Wilkins a negro boy 8 'unJ old. ,
unpaid being out- Wo Wi launder your spreads foi and in rome quarters it is even charged died today. Mayor! James G. IUd
.; the! In an('(. The 15 cents each and make them loot INSPECTION TRAINThe of the liasmund-eu murder that the firemen purposely lost timeon has ordered the police to confiscate all ,'

...;zest in years. I like uw. Star Laundry. -----p saying "the other fellow did it." account council.of recent trouble with the toy i>*tols found ia. the llOlItiCsloll of i j ,
city ,
After making this denial he said : -- children. :j, ;

annual inspection of the en- "Jut I'm glad they sent me for kMississippi's
New Capitol. : lr
tire I. & X. railroad began today something I didn't do; if I was con Jac'kson.liss... Jan. 3.-The annual ; ,

AWNER'SCLEARANCE over the entire system, and this I is! victed of what I am really guilty of, Suicide at Columbus Witnessed byOnly statement of the Mis:>sii-sippi capitol ,; :;,

One Man. commission shows that to the IICt''I ,
of the most events in up :
one important have
I would been hung long .
ago. Columbus (la., Jan. 3.-Late this afternoon ent time the turn of $73Iii9.93: has i '

the yearly history: the road. Every Dozier, known at the camps as an unknown jumped from been spent for work on the new statehouse :, .

fact is carefully looked over, and "Pensacola is a helpless crippleand the upper railroad bridge the and the balance: left from the 1
Chattahoochpe river! a distance! of
available !
by the legislature -
whatever in the of improve will be able appropriation ; :
way not to his
SALE give some 4'') feet, and it is presume.! was for the completion "f the. work h* t I,' .

ments or changes may be recom- lessees one day's labor. Rheuma- drowned $53'VU".12.; : At its netting the commission a .

mended or seem fit is done without tism attacked him during his late The art was noted by hut one person disturbed! the ji.eliniinary arrangement .1 : ',

John F. C. ('wsome, a carpenter for the laying of the cornerstone ; i,. ,T
further Each division is and he has
question.! imprisonment now to be
of Phcnii City, who was crossing from of June 3. It is proposed to f tt

...BGI-ORE TAKING STOCK... looked after with as much care as if carried about like a baby. Columbus to his home, walking along bold a big civic and military demonstration ,I I

the very future of the company was One negro named Glenn, sent up the footway set apart for passengers: on that dale, and the even* t .i

on the railroad! bridge until the new is expected to draw the largest crowd .\ \'I 1.

:" 15.N Houble-Hreasted 2 piece I I 64 inch Heavy Ladies' Cloth, in all at immediate stake. from Jackson county, has a peculiar i passenger bridge is completed. in the history of the state capital. This ? i .1

".offs.:,>,-uit all,wool 1' Wurth M: special sale I Colors, regular $1 yard, this !sale lolc! The inspection of the Pensacola record. several weeks ago he sneaked He noticed someone approachingfrom entire national guard of the state will ; It' "1 1be t

It 'au.mb..rwt I yard. division began on time today. A away from the stockade: and made the Alabama side along the south rendezvoused in Jacksoa during _. : : r t:
carry a full line oft side of the bridje. They would have it.
TIle stone will be laid 40'
: :;" lans, from { Five Pieces Black Shark Skin, 44- of the his in the woods then the i3.
; to 16 age, at special train carrying officers way to a point of !l
',. met about the middle the bridge. of the Masonic tram .;
; L. t. iwt evervboJv. inch Dress Good, latest oat, regular under the auspices .
lk"' at our HliowVii.dow for division from Pensacola: including: got tired. While sleeping, one of the Just about the time they were to ternity. .1 fiI' a
l this sale S9c yard.
;ti' .u!, Underwear.' f yard Superintendent Kaltmarsh, Passenger blood hounds, not accompanied by meet Xewsome heard a loud ".plash.the !
Dress Goods wo,1and l
W. 3S pieces Fancy :
nowhere in sight and
i-irrva.weii line of Ladies'k'.urrl man was ;
aj Silk, regular $1 yard, this sale Agent Lurton,Train Master Gon- guards, came upon Glenn and woke Confederate Veteran Killed. ?
:Nik! Waiu at so the inevitable conclusion was that he '
prices Ala. Jan. 3.-Stephen : 3:
74c yard. :Montgomery, 'u
Vj-rx-h d') ; c III wear one. zalez, Chief Clerk Weekly and every him up. The negro, not seeing any must have Jumpedi from the bridge. .
7" ; F. Ventress. an old confederate soldier ,'
J iI" !i I'* heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wnol Black Hen- ,
'"r :."' 1 ..der-lurts, special: :20c; riett. silk warp, regular $1 yard, this section foreman, left early this morning guards, caught the dog, tied him Newsome looked into the water, but alone In the world, who ran a ': ;J. d
could sign! of him. He could
Jr IW. "* t.. natch.J sale b5c yard. for northern points on the di- with a handy piece of grape vine and see no little shop in the suburbs, was accidentally : :"1
not tell whether he was a white manOr .
I Mt n's Fleeced Lined t'nirt 30 pieces 30-inch All-wool Tricot, thrown from a wagon in a J
-, worth iic, special 35:?; all colors, regular 35c yard, this sale vision. This train will first pro- triumphantly returned him to camp. a negro. runaway yesterday and instantly '\

k 'w,'rs Mm itch. I tae; yard. ceed over the B. H. & N. 0., the new Glenn was thereafter made a killed. His neck was broken. ; "ii J Ii
J"i: Men's All Wool Red Underworthlspecfal77cdrawers- gE Just Received a Full Line Thirteen Anarchists Arrested. 4 '"

'' '-.' ; ; .I Waitings, regularise; yardthis sale branches which have lately been "trusty. Berlin, Jan. 3-Thirteen anarchist A GOOD KECOMMK.NOATIOJJ. .

> ":.1.i lc;) yard. placed under the superintendency from Berlin, Cologne F sen, CoblecUal i r ;
t1 z Men's All Wool Camel" 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- The Secret of Long Life lu "I have noticed that the sale of
been arrested
T. I other cities have 4
.J-r-hiru, worth f 1.50, sale Mr. Siltmarsh, and every detail Liver :
"peeI Day Skirts, worth $1.60, special Chamberlain's Stomach and -
>. drawers I Consists in keeping all the main Dusseldorff, where they were holdinga "
to match, in White, W J each. noted. The train will come slowly to those
Tablet is almost invariably
"' '1.1i.l Fawn colors. I 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy- organs of the: body in healthy, regular conference The police who actecupon. Mr. ',' '

....W" : ave about 3 doz. Men's Silk I Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, south and go as far east as River action, and in quickly destroying I. the information received in t J.who H.have Wtber once a used prominent them says druggist !' :

and'l Drawers, worth $3; !spec- worth $1, special sale $2.43 each. Junction. This inspection is supposed deadly disease germs. Electric anonymous letter, closed: the taveri of Cascade Iowa. What better recommendation t' f;; '
'sa U.O each. I 60 Ladies' Black and Colored where the anarchists met :
could medicine
Bitters Stomach Liver and any
z. Bov' and to last several days. regulate f
Girl Ribbed Worsted Skirts worth $1.60, specialsale
i have than for people to call for it .
F' eced Lined Kidneys, purify the blood and givea
Undershirts at OSc each. .
WANTED..FURS.No.1 when in need of such remedy? Try ,

- -' a.Inwers z. Boy's tomitch.and Girl's ,, 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Fig- Fruit cake, best made! at Pfeiffer'sSteam splendid appetite. They work otter skins! .......t&()) to $9.CO them when you feel dull after eat- i
Gray and ured Skirts worth 2.50 to $6 special
H. ? wonders in curing Kidney Troubles, 1ng! when you have a bad taste in :
: Bakery. skins M to .t+0)
Wool Undershirts No. 1 coon large, '
BOc- I'
at sale f 1.93 to $tW each.Readyto.Wt'ar .
; bilious have
mouth feel no
,' Female Nervous Diseases
* >w r< to match. I. Jackets our price$1.4S Complaints, No. mink shins, large, 1.00 to 1.00 your rti

W. .. carry a full line of Ladies'" I to $S each. You ,will save CO CARRY THE NEWS TO MARYTell Constipation, Dyspepsia and Other goods in full proportion.Ask or, and when you troubled are certain with to constipation be delighted -- !
and Pensacola bank for ratingon
ll v's and Girls' hoes before Malaria health and any
I money by looking at ours Vigorous with the prompt relief which ;
i Ir i we can gave you 25c on. I her to tell everybody that A. me. ;I'
sale all
buying. strength always follow their use. J. \V. WATKISS they afford.: For by druggists -
,!J\"'r-W\'U'S! carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at f 1.50)I G. Allen's Big New Orleans Min- Only Me., guaranteed by W. A. Brunswick, Ga. and medicince dealers. ,

', .. nothing) Bougnt at oOc on to fo; worth nearly double.49Boys' strels will appear here Saturday, D'Alemberte, druggist, 121 Hontb

.*T We will close them out at ; Double-Breasted! piece 3, at Tarragona and Government Palafox street. BARGAINS IN FURNITURE.W. The name Joe Wheeler is enough. .
price oil other merchants. January
9Sc suit.
Jl.oO special
suiuworth streets. Admission 15 and I to signify a good cigar. Try one and yj ,
Merriwether, the furnitureman
Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until Look: 25 cents. You can get your house of 111 Tarragona street, has stillon I be convinced. ,

you complete at J[ar- hand bargains in furniture '
ilf Ours. furnished many Hot French Waffles with !
Remember the Place, Hot Chocolate with left from the large bankrupt stock '
Cream at Solomon ston fy Quina's on easy pay- that he has been offering to the pub- Florida Cane Syrup at .

h:5: s. Pahfox St. F. E. BRAWNER. Whipped s. ments, weekly monthly lic for the past two weeks.: Solomon's.

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( White EBMMled F*rmlt*re. -

r (: TARMEK LIFE IDEAL RHEUMATISM METHOD CHANGED IN condition To keep white sponge enameled occasionally furniture with In

water and whIte castlle soap,
HANDLING TRAVELWill dry It aud then apply a little whiting
SOIL IS TO BE ENVIED. Tortures,Cripples and Deforms. with a flannel cloth slightly damped.

: t Rheumatism does not treat all alike. When dry. wipe off the whiting and

:' Dnuta-e. In City Shop Know 5oth- Some suffer torture from the very beginning Give Solid Double Daily ; with a soft cloth or chamois.

log of III* Indriiendtnre. and Al- the attack being so sudden, sharp I

: '; Uion;:U the Work: li Hard and In- and disastrous that they are made helpless Service of Trains. I To Hake a Filter.

c cent the Reward !. Sure. cripples in a few days, while others An excellent filter can be made froma I
feel occasional twitches of in I
i' It ome of the farmers wto are dIs- i the knees, ankles, elbows and wrists, or common flowerpot Close the open- for infants end Children.
I TEXAS IJMDS ARE SURVEYED.The with a then put in an Inch
Ing sponge
; C3craged: bccau they ba\e not made i the muscles of the legs, arms, back or.
neck ; but this treacherous disease is only : thick layer of powdered charcoal, an The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the siTna-
fortune oT tin ir farms and who feel
a : traveling by slower stages. The acid DepaMwent of Agriculture and Inch layer of silver sand two inches of ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been inaele under hi
their brother toilers in *
incllC3d to envy poisons are all the while accumulating in Southern Pacific Will Develop! a Territory gravel and small stones. personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow
the city, Imagining that life In the city the blood and muscles and joints are no ono
to deceive in this. Counterfeits
is more desirable than theirs, easier filling with corroding, acrid matter and in Texas Where Fine Gradeof Table mats of embroidered linen hare you IniItttjii"Justasgood" aud

and filled with plenty of leisure to r-n- when the disease tightens its grip and Tobacco Can Be Raised. a lining slashed In the center through are but Experiments, and endanger the

Joy all the pleasures with which the strikes with full which an Interlining of asbeshis Is Introduced health of Children-Experience against Experiment.:
Jan. 2.-A big change
force Orleans
no ,
R& rustic imagination gilds aud glorifies tion is constitnTHE BLOOD in the method of handling transcontinental : a suggestion for table mat The Kind You Have'Always
pi. those distant and<< activities, Bought
sccnrs to withstand its fearAND] passenger traffic via the New of home manufacture. _

11 they need ouly try to find out their ful blows, and its Orleans gateway, will go into effect to- -> Bears the Signature of
mistake. "Far fields are greeii" and tims are crippled and
f SYSTEM morrow morning when all trains of
lose much of their attractIveness uponA deformed,or literally the Cla8 ifte A vertiseIllents
l1ear'r'Iew.. worn out by constant RULED the Southern Pacific will cross
pain. Rheumatism is Mississippi river and operate from the
To the city man of ordinary means
caused by Uric Acid DV Illinois Central depot, giving a solid
and opportunities, who like the ordi- irriD I ACID.
or some other service from New Orleans
double dally
Biry farmer has no bank account to fating poison in the Francisco. The "Frisco ONE GENT A WORD. #

fall back upon in case of emergency, blood, and this is the cause of every variety to San -.-. M M -- -- ...... -......-
life Is one "demnition grind" and with- and form of this dread disease. External system, which has just announced its L.OHT. In Use For Over 30 Years.

out the soothing influences of nature remedies do not reach the blood, intention of entering New Orleans and TH Cr'rUm eo.......?. n Ituun anUT, yo.. CITY

that surround the farmer to quiet the consequently do no lasting good.S. for which over $1,000,000 has been exp LO Monday night at opera "r-----Iw -_. ._. "__ _: : -
fever and unrest with which the struggle S. S. goes directly into the circulation uld in city property for terminals. house lady's black silk umbrella.

competition and turmoil around and attacks the disease itself. The It i* also lively to operate from the Please leave at NEWS office. --.

him kpqt his nerm em the rack day acid poisons that cause the inflammation, new terminals and the Queen and

after elay. _\Il rule such men are not soreness and swelling are neutralized and Crescent practically closed its arrangements LOST-At opera house Thursday ({; WI B. TOUT COIDPANY
the blood and cleansed of all irri-
t pi'nned Lldie chain silver .
their own masters but must order with the Illinois Centra! night, : purse.Finder 11 )
matter and nothing is left in thecirculation \
will please return to American \.
their speeca. dtineaueir and inclinations i to produce to to the same. : National Hink. 3t* \ \, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN

to plea>e' the powers that Lave control other attacks.S. The 'Frisco! has published its char- II

over th"ir daily dmngs iu urder to ke 'p Stating S S S. S. being a vegetable ter in Louisiana and five weoks ago MOMliV U'O JL.L.rVI. ( LATHS

bread III th(' mouths and clothes ou the remedy does published it in Mississippi, and it is 'n_ __ ____ ,-----. icLUMBER, ,

backs of buth themsxhcs and their not impair the diges- currently believed that the Yoalcum MONEY TO LEND on improvedreal I :. '....,- !
families. tion orgeneralhcalthlike estate, in large or tmall l1J ; SATO CYPRESS SfilKfiLES-fliS-Ilnt.: I'
alkaliand remedies but builds road will enter the city both ty the J ; .;
Tie fanner. If lie does nut feel ve1I.4aU up andin\igoratesthe potash entire system, andat west and the east very little construction aiijouct* at low rate cf interest. t. ...
Call on Leslie K. Brooks! attorneyat
whatever -
risein the morning; at -5. FLA.
the same time makes a thorough and l'eir.5 necessary to do either It
law ri. Palafox St. Fisher '
204Jj ,
hour it pleases him so to do for aa of ihe
permanent cure Rheumatism. is alto suggested that 'Frisco and building. oinlm i
Lour or so or a day or two d.tes not White for our free book ou Rheumatism.THE Seaboard Air Line may enter into a

mnke much difference in his affairs, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.always traffic alliance for hand-ling eastern MONEY: TO-DAY-lJ.j you teed COAL AI\JD WM: [QDI
the t critical of
except at nio- winds
business to New Orleans, the 'Frisco monej ? You can borrow any
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planting and ham-feting; lie can ha\e i want today on easiest
I a chance that there will be abetter and Seaboard Air Line connecting &t you WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.P OER TRADF
hIs own opinions, and voice thl Ill. tu, I. Birmingham Ala.G. terms and lowest rates anywhere
on polities and religion and all the yield in crops and a bettor price obtainable, on improved city real THIS WINTER THAN PATKi<
in the market. The element of uncertainty N. CoJfey of the United States
stirring questions of the day without i estate-from Win. Fisher, 2U42 S.
I adds zest to life: which a settled department of agriculture says here Palafox Street. lu-tl
fear of antagonizing the that
amount of wages from month to mouth today that two soil survey parties have -- US YOUR ORDERS NOW
him If his views
be, who can "sack" :
and from year to year cannot give, and just bosun oprations: in tobacco landsof IF YOU want to borrow money, in.
and opinions 3o not: happen to coincide I
ii't with those of his masters or "overlord" he Is always sure of enough to eat on Texas: in furtherance of the jaint vest money, insure your property Thompson, Olsen &: Gs,,
I the farm of come sort or another. plan of the! department and the South procure abstracts of title, buy or
.r.1 (the boss) The time is coming and Is nut far distant era Pacific to develop a tobacco country tell real estate rent property of Manresa Street, Telefkone 147.
That the farmer Is a hard worker no- description, have rents collected -i
k' when the farmer's life will bo where it is said a fine grade of any -.-------..
coil Is not
body can deny. Tilling tlw or your taxes attended to
looked as the Ideal life by many the Havana species can be raised.
easy work. :Since: Cod: ga\e the command call on or address Tlio C. Watson ESTABLISHED 1868.

to man to "earn his bread by the : of the world weary toilers of the .- & Co., Real Estate and Insurance

farmer' life ,I crowded cities. Even now the one Foils a Deadly Attack. Agents Pensacola, Fla. Charges
sweat of his face" the !;
Lea been a life (If toil. It takes some bright dream of many a drudger in the "My wife was =o ill that good moderate. To everyone who buysa McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

stores and offices is of a happy' time physicians were unable to help her" lot from us we will lend money
strength: and effort to dig; a living out o -DIALSB8 IN- 0
i coming when he will have a farm, a writes 1\1. M. Austin, Winchester, with which to build a house. SJtiWANTED
of the ground. It Is not to earn a
: easy .

lirln:. much less a fortune without t; home te can all rest his his own tired la the brain country and, nerves where Ind.Dr. Rin, "but'iI was New: completely Life Pill cured." They by .-' lluCU"t.- ..... Ship Chandlery and Genera! \\mmt.80S .

effort and ths: farmer H not the only work wonders in stomach and liver
1 as he sits beneath his own vine and -To mail you catalogueof
one win "sweats. Brain workers troublfs. Cure constipation;; sick and batik fix AND 605 8. FALAFY IITHI'! :} T.
show drug
tree.Vhoiver despises afarmer's
fig or apple
Lave no s'necure.: although Fome per headache. 2c at W. A. IVAlem- Hhow
life I is fool it is the most tures. Write us. Columbus -- -- AGENOYw -
: a ; berte's Palafoxtreet.
sons imagine tl.i't all they have to do drug store 121 t; Ca-e Columbus, O i.
Independent life on earth. Country ;- Company < REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLIKO'S HONH 10 ft
is to tit at eic-1; and add figuresor ---- -
a up ---
to twi WJlo a p::i in their fill,..'&-r. The Gectlemus.IMPROVED .-'&I.E31JNS'A'1'u't: : ).

) life of a salt' .llta:1. behhul the muter' ON NATURE. L W. PEAKE, W AN 1'ED-Reliable tra Vtlingsalesm iijU *sriss ':,',tJ, U12! Estlbz! Ixtrcs3cx:! ; U U, h: m, tbit:

I is mo>t w< :ir..' me iiurtiolonmii. I ___ No. :!0 South Pal'ifox street keeps n to carry ours as a side* line. OOMPAS*** C. LOOP, *Tt)

The beautiful! tiys of spring go by. A Point ThAt \\iin n I.nvunlt For cill bfll, wire and all kinds e.f Liberal commission to risht par i C. McKenzie OQrtaCol! :6ctin< A ent for Bir Piloti' Bpuevl'lon'> A. ,
the bireis :IHs.n:.::iiig; as they l'nil.1tl1dr ties. Columbu Show Case Company .
.. electrical% eilltioD.
V.":Ii: McKinU-j. surr'iieHSVP him do
nests. tie Hotels' :.ri' bloouiii;: III I ColumoiH tia. lt! 'in ,1
our srork. Jail :"IKJ.Ho .
A fir two after \VlIli.nn :McKinley j
yar I
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the uiHivsa'iil on the l.i-iile! rnd the I
had begun the jiractU-o the liw : Iviiidcrunrlclioliool..
.c grass is {-rowing! ; gteiiur and gitrnerin i lletl Society, Aitenttot THE GARDEN SECTION2ensacola
!at 'anton. O, lie riMiiigui.olud: himself I anSiiGGanicNrpeneet
: thf iirsn'ows.! yet !I"'\'I'r a piiuip: in a I'.moroiis ft -!Jltn in otto .,f histirt Inere will be a regular mc-etn"! oihe
at 30; Dastright street,
iocs ho fit of the beautx e>f the biu'litworld ; Pbiisacoiu U ed1 I 0- Q1-O
oouttt'l'-ful rasos. As ofttn hap- tll'Hi..y t'ne Oct. 1 by Mus Margartt Maclay.30stf .
I cxcipt: when he earl take a car Ko rd of Health: ofi'ce
r ride of an eu-ning or on a Sunday or PIT.S iu cumt. the humor was not merely )' : Tuesday Jan 13 and 27. I I Florida
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for the sake: of the joke but fur s-eri- ?
.) Loli .ay. VisUm.< phygicirtns are core nunrTJted for t.ent- __
i Mr. IMvvard T. Ki in ,
eiin >e
,J A jrroe-tr's elerk" weirks more hours to attend.
. { and harder th-sn the :juerjiire country "1 lie' Life Work William! McKinley" DR.VV. C. DPX\EERV, C. K. of A. hall for rent or dances, Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
etc. Apply to A. :M.: LaFraneois
boy who can go to the "corner" and i tells the !otury. Pre.-id ntOB.
. The ease was n suit njrain a fmrgeon. L. DiM. HLOCKVR Thus. Je/luion tf Dan Murphy.
itch 'iits and uih i his TOhil
j> iu oooiJl s :!8'Jltn Beautiful Lots for Sale.
when tli" eity joung man i is just ;getting ; whom the plaintiff: charged with r25ttf: crt tar' .- --- -- ----- -"-

front Will':'. :and ::s for the man Laving set his l> go b.rdly! that it MilWLFILFY. I H.m.11t (GU'U 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each according
bo.ved. : defended tl.e W:1S\\ : -- ,
who eMiurs mil!. in the city, lie has McKinloy MRS. SARAH HEm ':- IaIlufac.
even hsrtlrr Wt rhauol longer' hours.At peon and found !himself pitted acnin'-t The undersigned take this method turer and dealer in Hair Goods, to location and surroundings.
John : :; of the most brilliant .af 3l7tnnir her services a* a
: 4 III tie! tuoraiiig an'l e\1\ eailierLIs one ;, Hats. Toilet Articles, Hiir Oil

I wasrti is hard on the streets awl l.iwjcrs of the Ohio Imr.MeSweeuoy flM-jli-s licensed midwife hay fie., 32'J We-t Governuifut street, Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
Iflf had 35 years experience.C .-. -. -- -- .
himself! troiu to of brought his client into Fertile Lands.
racing: top in give ha-.t of references from 'V.aNi'k.1). Iligh, Dry
the L'gh'; ;iprt:::(lit buildings i'l the court aol had him expose the injured leading: physicians r.f this city. -. -

cold and slt-et e.f a II1l ami the cast' looked had for the purKion. doctors only ou behalf of the leading grandest opportunity
lual of lit
Houth DeVilliers .
1 lug: or 11th:? enervating: sum I )Jltf t.tIEWSTORE ,
,I'I bri-akneck aui1Lut' nut :McKinley: had both his eyesopen firm in the bu,ine"3. Established offered in Pensacola.
mer. \t pl'l'(111t' g It s.! ; -- ----
as usual and fixed them keenly I trade. Position permanent. I
coi'M iiiio--t! iiin iue his life :
<) :;
pe'Tided<< upon: getti.ig' ;: through; his I un the other man's It's.As NEW GOODS .! State Box 858 expf Pmladelphi rieiice. Address J3 P.7-10 O.* i Rome Seekers Should See These Lots,

rounds in due l-'n lIn. ('Olupit itimOt lio non as the plaintiff was turned

I ;great that: he must negleit nothing over to him lie asked; << that the other leg;; NEW DRUGS !SELECT board. and lod:!'injr wanted AVC1ubbsCorner

and oi t-hould aUo I>o 1 1.I\.t..1. The j-lalntilf and married North-
and always I tie pleasant to the in-,,-t nal'IIunlof! (,tonuTs i McSwcerey objected vigorously, but I II west Hill above Palafox !street

for fear cf l< ;:iir one. There are the'. the judge ilertd it done. Then It appeared desired.. Address "K," care Daily Garden and Bm Streets.F.C. .

Icemen carrying:: fifty pounds ai.d often i I that hh H'I'vn'l loa; was still: White's Pbarmaey. : ewl.. dl8: I

I 100 poiimls 1:f LV t'p four flights e>fttairs. more e-rwkeel than that which the surgeon I WANTED-All kinds of empty beer BRENT: WM. H KNOWLtS, W. K. HYKR. JK., J. H, KU.ltfl

I whirh I is Ill) C8S y task and as it hud set. bottles 1'\. A. Friedman. 9-tl President. Vice er"sldint. Cubler. Asn l..hi r
la not sKCid I.ihur the pay is probably I "My: client seems to have done better THE tindprt-igned ha opened a

by this man than nature itself did," Drug Business in the R >n=haw WANi'hD-Alen to learn barber
not hut ire than it should! ; !.t', considering! I ,
the amount of s'rengili cxpe'inled. : said :McKinley. "jnd I move that the building 106 South Palafox street, trade. A practical and "Cientific I BankOr (
cour-e by expert instructors, free First National
Hard as the \\oik is i and moderate asla suit be dismissed, with a recommendation with a full line of Fresh Drug, Perfume j i work, lectures, etc. Years !saved !

the man can afford! to lose to the plaintiff that he have the aud lIch other articles
1I11 y. Tim t I ?, Soap ]J tools l presented, wages Saturdays: ,
his Job. so he has to be very careful not i other lee broken and then set by the a* are usually kept in au up-to-date'' board provided, positions,; numerous -

his employers. surgeon who set the first one." catilogue: mailed free. Mulr rLA.
to antagonize i Drug liusine.VE ;;". PEli8ACO't. ..
The man win e'oi's: business on a j I Barber College, New Orleans, I
.1 I ; respectfully solicit a share of *
email !I\Ii' an.l is his own lios probably 1I'dlNNDC" I Li.: _. jttb I 13:1:3t:32:OT C2:3T5.K5:
the public promising to ---- ----- ,
I finds It lI'II'Ioi'r to make a b\ing, IIt''tIl'ssnl'sli: may not be one of the patronage, ( K UY
F. C.
'IAI.'A 1I1 \\'A..l'JU.. WM. H. KNOWLES VA.. BLOOrn1,
for he has to eio the greater pait: of his I seven ileailly<< sins. but coul.l the perpetrator give entire satisfaction, both in -- ..... -- ----- -- I
own work aiid iu the cav.1 e.f a bad or I OfI'IIC'1'Ytnl's;; the res-nit! of his goods and prices. THREE young men from 1'ensacola |

4inproutal lc season is sonit-tiiiK'S not so : act a w hole list of casualties would become The Prescription Department i is in and vicinity at once to. prepare: for

well oiY a:> hIs lilrellugho; ; is sure of I I obsolete. A little Italian boy charare; of our Mr. Walter H. White, Po-itious in the Government !Ser-1 i, r it Iiii D li'ifep Wi si E
vice. Apply to Intn.StateCorrp9. n 11 '
biB wages a-t least. i lightly; clad was recently helping! to who will: try his utmost to plea"3 all : II1-,t., Cedar Rapid la. n:.!4-2m !: ,

That man who mvtis his land and !sort out bottle from n city dump lie-ap. who may fivor him with thtir or- -. _. _- J ', *

has pood tralth is a poor farmer who :i In trjing to remote a s-toppor' from a l-'OH i.tJ.4E. _
: d,:r'!. A" our t i:lock is entirely new i Bills of f'xsiisnfe: on Great nTH!..!)}, !r'i'J 1
cannot make at least a living for him- ; conde-ns-rd milk jar he accidentallybroke gl We draT: ocr ovra

self and family. It way not be a sumptuous the gaKs.! and n powuful acid and fresh, we solicit a trial order i STOCK and good will of the Columbia Germany, Franca: Austria, Italy, Holland: StIn Belt'lcn: Ruibi ri
Restaurant, t 05 South Palafoxstreet.
living but it may be a comparatively : poured down his side. The child fell ; Bwfcdau. Dscmark r.nd other Farpan corntrlaa."Vessels : .
W. H. White & Co. !: Enjoys Rood pitronage.Rcaons way
comfortable one. This cannot screaming to the ground terribly burn-
for ellm: ?, WI.h to en- th MOBS Favorable Terms and It,:iOhligailons
be said of nil sorts of occupations.There : ed. He will be crippled, for life. The I In other business.Bros. talno; Disbursed upoa ,
PHONES |I jratre Taken Payable at Peri rf ncsurat'oc.' Ts r cr Fifteen Dl
, Is anoth/T hope ahead for the person who. after finishing! some experiment ., p. O. box; dill ,
after Vessel ArrlTsi tnDepoait er
farmer. If he doesn't ha\e got: >d hick or process' corked the cupful of Day No. 180 Night No. 44fi
IJAKu.VlN can be had in one oi
this! voar. \'0' 111:1 V the 1"-:1.: Thor- !lu-- Innocent! looking acid in the little and (106_Spu'hPaafox' !! Street._ ___ |I A the finest residence and most desirable .l rSafety Box&e for Rent in Connection

1 CHILDREN POISONED. threw it into the as-h barrel "didn't i .i-fectiom of Northwest Hill, with which 'wn l Rvn n Prlwa rnrtianiit: fnr thr"fInf : :
think."-Youth's Companion 1KNKIIAL FUKNCH: 8CUKUULK :
I subject to guaranteed : 'P41tArmI.WE .
Many children.are poisoned! and ,: for three years. Plan of house cat
II madfl nnd wf'ab, if not kill Following i I. the schedule of theoverui.ientBteanier office. A. V. Clubbs |I
Time Only Exception."She's be seen at my
ed outright, by mother giving them i $ Oeneral French ,I fiu-2w

rough svrup coni-ainin opiatf !i unusually conscientious you Tinch THE NEWS prints for the l'pni\1rula.- -- [ WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! I
FoleyN Honey and Tar U a safe ard say? aenen't of the merchants who ship j' F.'ORALE-fhe most dtsiiablt

certain remedy for coosh: croup i "Yt' indeed; even in the smallest details -I .heir goods to the various army lots in the city on easy terms, by
_ _ 'nle IIW\aJ for
and lung trnublanti i* the only ; of life." I p.I..ts: i the fi ;hH Real Estate Agency, n1 tun' lllnmntwl iatMov1 READ TUE 1.1-: !I..'1.'

prominent rough medicine! that con- "Able! to resist any sort of a temptation -, Leaves encaenia-. 7flOa. m. I 204}a South Palafox. ISalmIliitirdlntr 4 I- awl DUona.Ire what we 1ve_" from o..r_I'"1' ft
tain!' no opiates or oth 'r poi .'\na. \V. Leaves r.armncaa. ._ ... .- 7ioa. ra. I _ _ our Mi4. Wi' _be,.4..i eonhi "" .t
? :..eaveal'lektlns HUH a. m. i Jlnu"e.I !,urtnet4! a Iii iii Smihiti r.UCl'7 :a!
A. P'AIemberte, 121: t3.: Pahfox n'll1t'otiol1:1Ily." Leaves llarranras?._ __._?_.. tjl5 a. m. of i'eflntre thf irrtmirrut

street. :'uesYes l'eDFa..ota _._....__._... some 01 the hand.
10:15 a. m I JOARDINGflOUSEatWbeeIer market. I"' :'*. JlD<
in the
"I ,11t' liet-n to
as -\or Europe 1 IOU preuimnii (.;.k,
Arrives Barrancas IJ:10 a. m. and then Esther, Fla.. Mrs. I I t.wars.lbiJwar. Knu... RIt.'.. 1'0:11.
T'.iO ibanipion of woman looked l star oakea a trip to frorlMcKco aDd then 1'''- Springs, Mary A 1'1&<1 iSlier lruttui ;,r.ii. TwlioMl.auny:4 <.
Uarraucas.Leaves I Condon proprietress. All the ( ttuirtutire !S arns to thealCPht .
OA.STOlaJA.: I, tlt' !. Barrancas .____._ "._ 1:la p, m, comforts of home at very reasons .t __.4 ..-.-- 1 .... nays 8ciz7 ",ill. tve-ll." he said "of course, if she Leaves Hicsens. ._...._ _. 1:25 p.m.Liesvcs I hie rate*. Northern tourists will .a fill.janti'nllT'i'-! uze for l*"i. .. 'I.'."..I T :%
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lVu fteoln __ fO m.eavf Bsmr't. yr. ... ,
t2'l" :Xi'l a ('lIIh:it' Usini;:;:!*' a few gowns ? p. .d this ideal place to spend a wr..t.ea: JI/IY..uul1. j
9 Picas ... ....._... 5-15: p. m fit an I I am TM-rmurh ptattd with 7dabeo.aooJ |'jninf Yjitm l'b.".. teser 1. ,
Aq / .( i: ""I tl'c' i-OiiHtry. why :. :'i..hat's': : a I Arrive hiarrHDCfis :S..W; p. m. and make* portion of the seison. 12nlm *ctrtey.nutermrikr.uun. l*i-e l'urulhlt. u tih*.. io.V1. ....nyiM .., ;f
''.:. lit t.uatit't.t' 'llil > '',. I 'rlc to MeR..i. and rfturn. LtLU BK'AW. toru. .nllpln",.. sm.umuiz.. .Mm ."
i ; p z t. I Musn-al armt.truftemt t.f II rarI.
.- ---- -- On Wtd:: ,; and !Saturdays the lhlIaJlcul\"_ c..>.I'nJI..tay.NEUUIITILLI.M yeo."m".area1 OHIO. f..nwl W3 .. ow a mi '..,.lehi '. fwtH f
PEARL & COLIVE. .I vat wiM leive Barr-ineas via Pick-: -- - I .. d..s tie.r lamp. 'W. have not wn t, .'". \\elruar- *,'>'.", T5YCtami..h.rtt.rfr. .- ,., j I: .,
Mik'! : krot on the end rf th" for nsaeola \X. umbrella maker 315 Mt. W.illtndanotMrordfr; We *flew JM... i* d.:' ""*.... t
your ins : at 6:30 p. m. 1 H. ALF : I in frw rtflirer t. r .1..001 roiauJu .
: tLrea.I that! first lea H'S the spool. and The General French is fur army Sonth Palnfox !street. Rf covering I I I In. )I... Ai..>Zi lilTeill-Ntia.* mom|lfure *fin({ us. iw i driiqI

}' Call on them at the corner of Garden -i you will: !Optwith a smooth thread and purpose* only and any outsider mut I and repainnirof ulLb'el1B: and I SALVONA SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sts., ST. lOUIS, JI O.
: / and Aleiniz street for caponier I an unruffled temper. :save a pass from the qairtettcastei parasols a pechlty. bilk covers I _

and electrical workor phone CtW. I ) take passage o i her. I'I always on h-aad. jm3 I ____-ui a


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THE DAILY NEWS 'p NaAco .A, FLORIDA' MONDAY, JNUARY:6,1903. x6rj.ppyr

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ALL HOW -SIREN i ,.':;.;..... ...17.

Bridegroom Failed to Appear But Another -r.i
Tock Hit Place. ;:
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Rome Ga., Jan 3.-The story from ? V'r dk ,. j.ttiios, ";': .,;. }
i! Cedar Bluff/ Ala., about the missing '" ;" T):.t '''t.''''''
W bridegroom, Sam Johnson, baa an Interesting !; ; ;
Like sequel -;.. .t; F.t ;St- ",
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Love is sighing no longer and laughs A I

a Comet at flying time, for the bride has been Story fi jJ'i:
r won by another lover and he has tak- h {

i Auln the sky cones en the place of the missing bride- .
Th 1S Y\ the star of health groom. t4: '.''i. t,

remedy YX\| to the weak and I The ceremony has been performed Worth c
!ft-ius weary despon- Telling
ia rthestom-t\' dent dyspeptic.ich uniting them for life: and nobody cares i ifJ 'i
tUt, which it \ curing all what has become of the first bride- .
UuMtletJCofor: TO stomach groom who failed to show up at the ,I: Y ; :f c
if but! I to!
IK; even V\\m\ troubles and appointed hour. 1t1

s..5-Hy overburdened.; ; d-soriered. VM i 1, digestive disorders. i the The time lucky of bndegrom the first was ceremony a guest and at We never tire of telling the story That no one expected it any way. w _# 'ut ;

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Kodo1l&\ is said to be from Tennessee. The of Uneeda Biscuit. We' do not That people were satisfied to eat them I fJr.. !
I sensible little bride is as happy as a : } ,

s the ratural big sunflower believe that lovers of good: wholesome stale, as they had been in the habit t, }}, :. ,t

i des Sr t'.' w'wrk. : Of the\\I\\' \; 1 15t MINISTERS IN FIGHT. food ever tire reading it. of doing. And so it fell to the lot : 1. .\ t,,',.{;:

:" i.brtr.g! the Ir'i Uneeda Biscuit are the result of unheard ; ;\
minds do this
:rr < trA n, while | ,* i r1i'I' Sunday Racing at Richmond To Be younger to :1 4"
tt >. ed rr.hrass cles ', 'I Legalized. two ideas. That soda crackers could of thing to keep a soda cracker good ;: 't.. ":
a: f that i Il' Richmond, Va., Jan. 3.A howl i

or-aa ae a .-i toid from the ministers of the city will be be made better than they had ever until eaten. 1 : t.
rt h*, i It ores f
heard tomorrow when it becomes
,1.: n aft then I made before. That it '
In' was
T; .; !' e h art known that Sunday racing is to be legalized -' pos- The result was the creation of the t : '

4 a 3 here.: sible them to the home
i to
r.era convey "
cr z n b/ This comes in the very face of ofa In-er-seal Package with red and white : '

c. a:idnds.. | and sensational other Sunday crusade afternoon against diversions racing, i': fresh, crisp and clean. seal. An invention that kept out the ,! .: :{
5tn '
a. .. organs.i11 slum-. and it looks like the city government > The importance of the soda cracker air, moisture, dust germs, that first ': k r' : U
which has been frequently attackedby I
the preachers takes this step as as an article of daily consumption, retained the natural flavor of the bis- ( t it } :
'I :

Kodol! DvspcpsiaCureTsur an Many affront pulpits and: in are defiance expected of be 'I made this worthy of extraordinary cuit, keeping it crisp and fresh until it a f f 4 : : : ,1!:

Dealer Cio Supply Too.1 language hear.l: from ministers Sunday ordinarily In the strongest use. effort. True, many people laughed at reached the table, and so U ne da I t / : :)

,'-1 jl s S.:I.Oa e,which: Size!' seasfor fcaMine SCc.2'J! times the i idea of so much thought-tIme- Biscuit became reality. The little i ;; ,t : }!

I touti tr I E. C.DeWin 4 CO. CHICAGO. "L" Read Superintendent Resigns. devoted soda worth while
to seemed
labor a that hardly
:i Chicago, Jan 3.-Prank ladle, su- -capital, being thing : ;-j t J

j rlutlnMnt! of the Northwestern elevated cracker. But the greatest industriesof became a great thing that seemed ; !: "t? >; :H'
[ railroad had resigned to accept ,
"vKaiiL.11f'ppard.Har i3' Pharmacy I the office of general superintendent of I the greatest country in the world hardly possible. I :Ii ,/,

I the Interborough Rapid Transit company f
I which has in charge all of theN c I have been developed from smaller To-dayover 300,000,000 packages ,t } : "

>w York subways. lIe will be succeeded soda cracker and ; : ,;
things than a so have been consumed by the thought- ; t
%. to 'r.rlantr.. I here by H C. Noh, superintendent '

:' one !said "l.iKik up anti not I of the engineering departmentof it seemed worth while to make the ful people of this country and the demand tt' .
icspite this dictum im:
not carry their heads In the air I I I electric company Mr. Hartley's retugnaticm best soda cracker that could be is ever increasing. ;'f... !F''

i,alkhiR the ftr''f'tow.. if the will! take effect/ J an.. 10. Ile r'
'turn who lay concrete walks hag been connected with electrical made and to place it on the table as That is the story of Uneeda I. ; ,1

: only stamp the names of the railway work In Chicago ten years good as it had been made. Biscuit Some day we will tell it !! ; :J '11
into the ct'incut (as they stamp :
linn numo and date of the layit On Road to Recovery. To do the first required the selec- over again for thebenefit of those who 'j : : .;:
the street Intel:actions, what 11 New York. Jan. 3.-CorneMus Vanderbilt -
Ualily con\enient, hit'\pvnslvear.iMo : Is so far on the road to recovery tion of the best materials, of the best are still "satisfied" with the stale and J '. ;

way It would 1 III; of nnn- from his recent attack from typhoid 1

-,trlo't., :. M. that jifoiilc could stv. fever that he is making plansfor equipment, the highest skill. To do broken crackers that come ,.-r ;:1 1: l";,." \:
\\itbuut 101 effort.Ir'bui.e. -
v "ere
cruise in next
a foreign waters
all traditions. The in a bag, when they
month. lie is arranging to cross the the second upset paper : 'j;' .

!I I ocean In February with Mrs. Vanier- oldest bakers said there was no can get Uneeda Biscuit 1) ) ..1'! i'

\\ aixilnliT.. I bit! to m"et their! jacht. Then a longcmse !
: 11\" 1IIwuths since the soda cracker whole, fresh, and clean. A ;
will he taken: In the :Mediter way to keep a good. : ,
.ii' n i Siuiplon: tun- ranean. Dr. announced that
!! ITI'tI: =pttlt" I rtscrtoirst :Mr. Vanrterbilt's! temperature has been COMPANY

::1' !II IM' been l llowluj! ever : normal for six days and he Is out of NATIONAL BISCUIT 'v t .

1 .. that iihiio'-t' dt'fiest danger. j( .

i lu to lie Tribune ..: '
.i'.i I .&' I.,H'U miM-: I !' ;'
Increase In Copper Production.
: "
; l ,ut.! i u tltruU'! !: the Ir1 ;
Nrw York. Jan. :According: to a.. "t" t
I 'r. ..I'! si'i.ut2iHi! _.lous! i :d :
report compiled by the Metal Exchange I' f ; \ t.
', ;, \i-l 1 n ;; i i- to :ay, .1 \ .
there Las been an increase in __ ... ; ; '
r Id.; Im he la-t jiar !has MenIhi I b-- - -- -1i
I 1', tl':,:atte "t 11I: P. uetNIO( the production of copper for the year Collision on Grand Trunk.St. --- i
fist closed. The figures for !S>fl2 arc I Syndicate to Buy Railroad. I I 1-1t. : !
Y' 1 of l' "r Catharine Ont., J. n. 3.--On the
:2D3.Sno!!):: :: tons as compareJi; with 26C, i16 : NPW York, Jan. 3.-A syndicate of I It t JI;
Grand! Trunk railroad today! just west TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR I
tons in 1!'>01. Adding the: net Importations New York Interests says The World 3: '
I'jin: and the Irniper of the Jluriton tunnel the Chicago cprtbs \- has been formed I .I,,
for the
of foreign the figuresare purpose of
j .1 the who copper eastbound, consisting of THAT COLD. \1'
\ rion cji-s twobar ;
.. 3CS.737: ;; ; tons as compared within buying the Brookvillf! West Port and 5 ,t
Il :!ht' tlii-orj that troubles ago cars, two day! coaches and TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. I ; ,
I j 3:SwJ I2: 1901. The exportations, Sault Ste. Merle railroad increasedat r.r:? I I
; i i !INIsirious 1 1.1 IJKOS: two sleoprs. drawn by an eightytonenVine !; Cures t 1 i
the Consijmption.Coughs ; }
receiver's sale
however, have been nearly! double. on Jan. :20! ,
"a' !1",1! life iiuiuiis; thil- I ; icllidM with another! {'jght "- 1
Colds Bronchiti I 't i ii
: Ia'r.tlrnee: ill I ton engine running light to Hamilton. I
: Hindo Savant Arrives. For Free Coinage of Gold. i !
'01 dlrud'l'lll'SS and The light engine! had just emerged PneumoniaHayFuverPleu- "
I San Fiancisco. J.n. :3.: Swana Triguanata. Madrid Jan. 3.-Finance .Minister I .- I
'jIl'Ully' due amuug: from the west end of the tunnel in a Hoarseness r t ,'d
risy LaGrippc .
: i : a : -' and to ail- deep cut. Fireman! Devaut: was killed < ;
0ct, the sense of sight: I rant has arrived here direct from the and imsiaecrs IMt and Duke and to the chamber of finance a Sore Throat, Croup and J :' .j "I ,"".t
Rama Mrislna: monastery in Calcutta scheme providing for the free coinageof ; \
Whoopir ,
be Cough.NO
.I ij appear\ : to car- Fireman Horning were seriously Injured ? 'I "
to make a pilerrimace around the world geld! and absolute prohibition of the
o '' !'e almost fad,
a yet
: Both engine and the bag, age CURE. f40 PAY. :
that will'occupy from three to five'ars' coinage; of silver. The budget surplus ;15..1
.iun: in it. I
cars were badly wrecked. I'ightv Price sac. and ?I. TRIAL DOTTLES FREE I"
\-( time He will remain in San s vill be employed in the imf ': I:
passengersesrapcd with a bad shaking f; .
I Fiarcisro for some weeks teaching the pro\'emertt the monetary circulation. ,. ...
I In*'ul < I :
up a few bruises: and scratches.The 'I
._ M!
philosophy of the vedanta to followersof t"I
; -- --- .
forgetful l, aia'te '
cause of the acridrct is not When 1 "
1 "! l.Nie.: I the cult in this city and will then
known. Fortunately the ,t1
passengertrain Ijiok Out for .
: resume his journey i These tiny Capsules are Superior'to :
1 T i.i.iLts think tllan" .t :
iou at Merriton and vas not I
stopped .
and )liver di-orde tar Rilsam of rnpaiba,
'l'i. Grows Weaker. under full headway! when the collisioncccuncd. this ?paon may he prevented by t t'ebc'e end lnlectrtaa I alt
> r} time they leave a King George, 1DY 'I OJ''
I \1
,. to \\els\\\ their anchor i, Dresden Saxony, Jan. 3.-Kln" clcanMMR; the "y.tfttll with D"Wltt'iLittle Tbct cure tn 48 Lours the I Ia 'I .
Early m (>fs. Thee famous I You can welcome .j'1 't :
is weaker re'1 + tI''vLr: 1'1:11.
t f1r.-etfu1. they'd ro- George evidently growing }
little pills do notpripe. They move fulness and '
Notice of Contest: virrlty: 1
: 'His! pulse is extremely irregular and r'
> :t-Ilcl1aue.! the bowels gently but copiously, and ;
Jan 3. Formal home is illuminated : F'
Denver, Col., EC- '
occasionally is imperceptible. The by reaaon of the tonic properties "I!
hysiciacs an stimulating him with tines of contest were filed today with L'lve ti>eand strength to the gland*. PlcFieCEf w: Ste The holidays should ..

quinine. The kin:'s heart action Is the secretary of state against; : every Har : i'1 Pharmacy John Hheppard, HAIR. BALSAM for your dining room, : ::1J! '
Clw and 100.11" the
,, "ii feeble! and his temperature vascilates Democratic member of the house and kidney Kuba.: -r P'.em.o. ft lax."'r t hall or bad room, :-
; C iIW'r k..r Fill). to it.rearo Gray i '
like the soft, rich !
of the fourteenth general assembly light ,
; 5 Gtr dogma in half a day, falling toI senate r tie Youthful Color. .
i I i 92Vi.:! His majesty's condition has whose seat had not previouslybeen tLro a.npew.aQe1rl.Ilwg..,d" ,"., ImlI .... from good ga". If you i.': \::1

: 3 t i 1 grown worse through the Insistence of contested. fraud In each and intimidation case the!alterations ogu'i1' PRTR R &SOK H tal nected or telephone with our us pipes and \ ; t" Fv"
Q the patient in discharging! government are of your house lit up by
\G1lUN at the polls misconduct of the ballots _
i 11 business and allowing the nun to tote who ;' 'i'

: Distinguished Professor Appointed. were not 1'gl1'otrrs. This; move is WHOLESALE Poona cola i: 'l'rl ; ::

-. Stanford University, Cal, Jan. 3.- made to checkmate the contests filed! ft,. ,
by the Democrats against all the I I 25 and 27 Garden St., ; ,j
The is announced of Dr.
appointment! Fruits $
: t! A HARPERr K
fi T E. C. Franklin! to the chair of organic Republican senators. -- ; J k,

ti \ chemistry, made vacant last summer

>n t by the death of Dr. G. W. Shep. M Produce PROFESSIONAL { r. 'i
A French ruild'nhpailllnon.
ard. The ntm'mbfor of the faculty .
-- is now professor of physical chem- Rortillon: the exixTt. has at last vindicated W. C. ROWE ;: r T #;

'k Istry at the university! at Kansas and ; his claims for his system of detection. 12M29EutG3TiHiieitL{ Office: 17X 8. J jtJ;

t9 DAilY MENUS j J and investigator of note in the line A mysterious murder was Houri from s to tm a. m. ;. ,
.. I committal in Paris lately, and no clew Keeps constantly on hand and can ,., ? J.l1.
of laboratory research.Flirty !
(' .. I the murderer except certain chip at !short notice : unhand Cab and after o'clock lopport.'l
1'1" !
., all :! e l'r-t 0l' i was left by t t i t j''I fL:J
bage, hardheads Ruta Bapas in 150 ?
HI- finucr marks on a window pane. Phono ,
1 :1. .1trt.a : pound bazs, Best Michigan Potatoes, i It :
Torture and
; 'f I lH\\"lrIJ Years' The streaks were photographed Red Globe Onions, Extra Fancy .
t1 .\rJ.! To be relieved from torturing dis- enlarged, and Rertillon Identified them lien Davis, Baldwin, Russet, Hub- 0 JOHN S. 1t1' .?

1D&II ease after forty years' torture might as belonging; to a man who had undergone bardon and New York Spies Apples

well the gratitude of any one. the anthropometric system eight. Florid: Orange: Ruatan Co- A1 1 ;!t f
years apo. The man was onnd' and arrested -, coanut, L. L. R11*in?, full weight; Offlcep-309 Thiesen : '
ta indies'1 Private That is what DeWitt's'itch Hazel and the murder has been proved Texas Pecans, Mixed Nuts, Mixed I I Physicians prescribe it 1 .hl't t
salve: did for C. Haney, Genova, O. against him. Candy, Large! and Smooth Htick Office Hours-8:30 a. :j1 ;fir r

:: He says: "DeWitt's Witch HazelS Candy, White, Red Kidney and for their most delicate 2:30p.m. to : + a

Parlor lve cured me of piles after I had Lima Beans California and Virginia Practice In all state and 1 t .
i Mother Graj's Sweet Powders for Black Eye Peas, Virginia Peanuts patients.OLD All bamnem t-ntruited to I) tme.: fJ
suffered forty years. Cures cuts, Children. Cheese, Butter, extra fine, in prompt and diligent ;It-i w'
burns, wounds, skin diseases. Beware 10, 20 and 30-pound packages ; Beet, ,and PURE.For : I
In '''' 'J
cg Regular Dinner of counterfeits. Hargis' Pharmacy Successfully used by Mother Gray nurse Horse Radish, Cotton Heed Hulls in Bale byDannheisser \ 0'I '
Daily. ,John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn the Children Home In New York, Cure Sack, Cotton Seed Meal, Best Shorts I .o=GOLA i :
Teething 1)U- and Pure Bran.
.. Feverishness, Bad Btomacb: Bros.
I the Bowels anl To arrive today, 600 boxes Indian Grist and Corn '
M'"rt orders,move and regulate
ca (lrllrr.. 1'roniptly River Oranges. Will be sold at t ;, Ji;
I testimonials.\
'c Fin\ :' Destroy Worm Over SO.ftiO( once. No fancy prices. ? t'
'Iiht| or iray AND ,ioe.::; Barn-, I. F. GOflZfiLEZ i& -
.CARPENTRY They serer fail. At all druggists Send in your Holiday Orders at : /, '.;'. ,
Le Bros. !
.. FREE. Address Allen S.: Olmited Herring .
ELECTRICAL WORK pie once so they may have careful attention t' tips ',
asow Roy, N.Y. and packing and before COULDIXG CHOICE MEAL AND r-If '
tblng ,
to Eat
,, !
: r a"loll,you'a find U at prices advance. STOCK { d:
c 660, It Keeps the Feet Warm and Dry. us Turkeys, Eggs Have specially constructed Wagonsfor t.J
Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone Ship your "at rOil I.* Home .jY t r 1
Nick Apostle's if you have any carpenter or electrical Ask to-day for Allen'g Foot-Emse,a powderIt and Produce and Ret best obtainable the removal of dead animals l every reason yon should ;; '
: work you want well done.I cure Chilblains,I\wollen.IIII'eatlnglore, (: : prices. from the city limit" lor Stockleedfromthe by to doing 1{. ; .
horses you ; '
and Will remove dead or cows for
Popular AchingDamp feet. At all druggists try. Your 11 left in
: Restaurant One Dollar each. and you in turn are t"
rL shoe stores 230. \ff\ & Son r'
Geo. Pryor .
< Address HERRING BROS., lnfo terlnf the home tt) 1;'
and! eontrlbntetotbeeanieof
JJ will repair your Gunther's Candies at Or leave order Goulding. aFt.
IJIIIIII.ll Try UK community In ...
ewelry in first-class style. J. 1 135 East Intendencia street. i H' \ ,;;
No. 29. eontrtbntei to your '
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lil1-ml the well-to-do.farming" classes These are are some unusually of its REAL ESTATE Probably you know how Ayers Hair Strongest in the World.

expressions which may afford consolation -

to those who have been Vigor always restores color to gray hair

predicting a "general crach." TRANSFERS The
Catered.t the Poet omce at Peoiacola, Equitable
1 y>%..seoond-cI&es matter.JSICE and makes the hair grow. That so? LovU.lbM.
THE few chronic objectors to the
; :-Fitt' Building, 2114 South governor's mansion project have exhausted -
y.a.aoa treet. up-Italrl. life assurance
,: their ammunition and 5, ,I ARIOU transfers .. ---- .- -- ---- -- -' SocietyOf

: THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. taken seats far in the rear of U e .:. --' of Escamblacounty LONDON'S LORD MAYOR. CO TO E. W.: PEAKE'S, the United States.HENUY .

auditorium of public opinion. Oce realty were record:!

Term: Invariably in Advance. or two made the discussion the occasion .* .j t-: ed during the week HI. PUHTIT .. Well .. he Area lie No.electrical 30 South work.Palafox He street is prepared, for your to B. H1)1-; Founder

OM Tsar b7 Mill.u _____|500 of Hale In Limited. i
.. demagogic stump speeches. 0 ending Saturday, do first-class job at moderate -
& Moulin __._.___,. 50OM ;.''. you a
; Week by Carrier. ayable Monday 10 in the hope, doubtless, that they ," -,' Jan.3rd, 1902, all of The lord major of London is not the prices. Phone 203. Preliminary
might thus reach some longed-for ;:( which are reported
ttnrtitirg Rates Furnished on Application e- on the ('Olltin:>.nt. He is not the mayorof MEAT & MALT has a marvelou Outstandin
political promotion by thus "play- for THE NEWS by Assurance,fl,2OO.I! ..
all London, but only of the city of dietetic value. While refreshing and )..

TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEJ8AOOLA ing to the gallery." Thos.! C. Watson & Co., real estate London and the City is but a fraction pleasant to take, it helps! assimilation : Income......... .... .., 6SOOOOf\J
-- of food. Sold byDANNHE1SSER
agents: of the whole. Creator London has
BROS.A New Assurance...... ,
R. Edward Hansen and wife to roughly a population cf C.OUO.OOO. but 2 ;).Q'Iuj!

MARRIEDIN Fred O. White-S E \i of section 14, in the SO; acres that comprise the City Assets................ ... 360,000
Guaranteed Cure lor Piles.
township 1 north, range 30 west there Is a resident population at nilit Assurance Fund
-$400. of only 3VKX aiwl by day of little over Itching Blind Bleeding or Hrotrudlnp and

JAI 5. 1903 MOBILE John A. Avant and wife to Charles 3(10.000. And even within this an>:i tliepow'rs PIlt's.'Qur 1'AZO druggist OINTMENT will alls relund to yourInoneyit cure all other liabilities... as,QQOC'

Allen Inter- of the lord mayor and of the you. 50 cents. ,Surplus ..........
.. LeBaron and Steve }* ... ...
---- --- - -- tWl'nt,'-8X aldermen and the two hundred I I 5l.Qt\.1
est in lots 11 to 18, block 48, Belmont The best and
largest assortment of The largest
IF any Pensacolian finds himself odd common councilors are by no I 1 Increase ever made In _
The Mobile Item of has I fireworks of description can be IM
disease "an- yesterday tract $25. means autocratic.Much every I In the history of the ,
with the new
Afflicted the following concerning the marriage Thos.! 8. Grice and wife to T. W. C. of what used to lie within his had, wholesale and retail at Mrs.
kylostoina," he should not despair.There : John F. Pfeiffer, o. 211 East In- I JAMES W. ALEXANDER, President
in that Gibbs-West 150 feet of south 100 ft and thi-ir province has been taken over :
exists a soverign remedy for city of a former Pensa- tendencia street.
of block 76 and lot 6 and east }j lots by the London county council. In fact, I JAMES H. HYDE, Viee.j'reslde1LO1'LEs
the malady. colian: II
4 and 5, block 13, Belmont numbering the aurste Londoner never thinks of Hot Chocolate with I

ABOUT this time the New Vear'agood On Wednesday: afternoon last at West King tractl.T. the lord iinocr! as mi edict uukinjr, Whipped Cream at Solomon's. i I
the Cathedral of the Immaculate 1:1'I; !:!;; official. lie s-t.inds altogether -
resolutions a&d "owear-offs" W. C. Gibbs and wife to JennieE. .
II pHI t iii the popular mind: from iiuostiims ,| BKOS.
Conception, Mr. Edward A. Small.
are beginning to grow wobbly and Grice-!Same: property-$1. I ,

bv this time next week most of them wood and Miss Elizabeth Ramm John Wesley and wife to Sylvester and puk.'r of: itli" and,. few aNsesxmeiits piiiple: could schools say I Get your Oysters for 1 J I General ,\:1'11111,

will have been put iu cold storage were united in the holy bonds of 2.Iartinacres of section 11, town. what 1(- io:1in'! functions, if any hefulfils. Christmas at the Twen- 309 1 8.: Palafox St..

for another year. matrimony. Rev. Father Hartkoi! ship 1 north, range 31 west-$100. Tiny may tune heard that he tieth Century Restaurant. PESSACOU,

performed the ceremony in th. \V. T. Tracey and wife to E. B. is the chief magistrate: of the (courts Mobile selects, only -

: THE Milton Journal's last: issue preEence of a large numberof friends. Ceruti-Lots 1 to 5, block 28% Sew but lu'jomi! their knowledge of his 50 cents per hundred. Tin

fhe attendants! were Mr. Charles precise' duties tl under the ownership and City-lSO. I V
appears editorial management of Mrs. tiallie IJrovru as best man, with Messrs.Joseph W. T. Tracey and wife f!> A. B. social and diroiaiive side of his position The best and largest ortment of JA ;); i M
th.t impresses t'.ie pnhlie.! The mm
Hughes: Charles Ketchum aLd fireworks is
in Ceruti-Lots 16 to OJ in block 2{>9, toys displayed at ,
E. Cummmgs, formerly engaged lord IlllJllr is u(>n r without his badge i
and P.1.. Ball of Pensacola. The Mrs. John F. Pfeitfer's, No. 211 East
the field at DeFuniak New CitYJ2UO.C.lIcKenzie Jin.l rarely without his robes and chains .iI
I .
: bride is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Intendencia street. 'IIll4".all.lit.t.til :tlill
0 to .
rting HarryV. .
THE NEWS welcomes the = of oltice. lie rides abroiid in a magnificently -
return Springs.of "riister Cummings" to active Charles Ramm of this city, and is GIbbs-Lot 10 and east (6 feet of lot 9, gilded co.ich, with powdered -- (i riut'i.IIILtlQU.itTIi '!>.

work in the "beloved profes admired by all who knew her. The block 86, New Citj-$800. coachmen and footmen in cot-ted hats OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S i I ,. yon
:groom is a former resident of Pensa- and silk knee breeches, sending a gleam

sion." _ cola, and has resided in Mobile for a.da Way to Live Long. of gold through the dirty drab\ of Lou- Family, Fancy and Staple

IF the practice pursued by the the past year.REMARKABLE. The startling: announcement of a don.The Fine oysters today. Try them <

-1 largest and most successful mercan- Discovery that will surely lengthen lord mayor's show on Nov. 9 is Sic APOSTLE. Groceries, fc<

tile houses of making a liberal an- CURE OF CROUP.A life is made by Editor O. H. Downey one of England's] few annual pageants -- and All Kinds of
of Churubusco, Ind. "I wish to and, uncouth as it is, has a warm jilaeeiu Up-to-date: Fancy
nual allotment of expense funds for Little Bey's Life Saved.I Hood,
state," he write:: "that Dr. King's the hearts of the populace and; besides EVERY ONE KNOWS
: advertising is wise. and judicious for have a few words to say regardingChamberlain's New Discovery for Consumption is I all this:: he has some rights andprovilcges !1 We are Hole Distributors forVet!

r them, why should it not prevail Cough Remedy. It the most infallible remedy that: I of *NJ jears' standing.; No What a beautiful stock of i!I Florida for the Celebrated! Cafe di
establishments which have ever known for Coughs, Colds Monde Coffee, Sweet Home .
those :Mol.sss
among taved my little boy's life and I feel troop may pass the City boundaries : -
seek the same degree of commercial and ( rip. It's invaluable to people without his leave. The himself CALENDARS j IIIini and Climax FloursIhvle's,
that I cannot it I /
praise enough. with weak luugs. Having this won- Delicatessen, Oerinin: AJn; e r ican
success? And if their methods of bought a bottle of it from A.E.Kteere derful medicine no one need dread ,has to ask permission to enter the !' rood Co.'s Canned Meats, Etc. Ah

advertising are successful, why of Goodwin, 1 5. D., and when I got Pneumonia or Consumption. Its re. city walls, just us he has to ask for we carry. Well, we are now closing' of which are suld by all flr,;t-ch,:

should not others adopt and follow home with it the poor baby could lief is instant and cure certain." W. permission; to enter the house of com all of them out at half price. There i Retail Grocers iu the city.
D'Alemberte 121 South Palafox mons.-Uarper's Weekly. ,
q them? _____ as hardly directed breathe.every I gave ten minutes the medicine until A.street, guarantees, every 50c. and$1.00 is no nicer Sew Years' gift for a I I II ';02-GOI SOUl: 11 l'AL.UO\

YESTERDAY'S exodus of Pensacola "threw up" and then I thought sure bottle, and give trial: bottles frue. Jumps HIS FAMILY \VFLL.If friend or relative than one of these j

youth of both sexes returning to he was going to choke to death. We you are feeling out of sorts, if beautiful and useful CALENDARS: j DO YOU KNOW
had the Fruit cake best made at Pfeifler's '
to pull phlegm out of his ,
preparatory schools in different sections mouth in long strings. I Steam Bakery.ANNUAL your circulation or your digestionis I We are also closing out all our Holiday -
great am BEEKMAX
of the country, North and bad, you ought to think first about LUM1JKR CO. havea
M>-itive that if I had not got that i stock, consisting of
that H all
your liver. Probably that I Fancy large stock of dressed !fctudJm.-
the almost
South, gives emphasis to Bottle of cough medicine, my boy \
universal desire that the joint, committee w-ul.1 not be on earth today.JoEzDtMONT .: ELECTION I provides is wrong for with the HEPATICU11A health po'ible I Boxes, Album, Celluloid Novelties, and buying-join Get their prices b..!'.re

. t of our business organizations Inwood, Iowa. For sale and will \\erlll your need If Books, Vases, Etc., at half price. : ._ _, _dl in ,
by all druggists and medicine deal- I I
charged with the duty of devising you want real good health keep the
. plans for the permanent establishment ers. I AT TEMPLE BETH-EL I liver right, and there is nothing I 1)ot'toret to buy the
btter t') keep the liver right than I
here of a comprehensive classical II lalu one of those nice little
: school will suon beu! its important -!! SUNDAY I Mr. Dunhl; Jainsa of Pensaeoh! Rocking Chairs from Jar'
A lately attended meeting of Congregation
. work.PENACOLIAXS. 'I I Fla., pays: I want to tell you how
M). tlli sorill IMLU'OX STI1KKTPENSACOLA : ston & Quina's.,0c.. an':
Beth-El took place yesterday much appreciate your liver medicine -
--- ---- -- I
HEPATIUUKA. wife had upwards.
who have for i
years WEDDING I morning, when the annual
I been sick for a long; time. I did not I _
I __ ...
read and patronized THE NEWS,and I ---c -' = "
know what the
election occurred with the following exactly was matter 1 .
throughout all of its vuissitudes -- with her. 1" suppose it must have PENSACOLAPressing ,0. M. PRYOR
have been loyal in their suppoit of result: 'I been some liver trouble. I had to I ,

it, will feel gratified at the assurance Yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock,1 l're"idelit-I. B. Danuhetoer. have physician vtry often, but The Governingnt street f1: r
residence i .i-he did not get well until ghe took Club 1 niture man, has nrute: an inii"v .
that the with at the of Mrs. L. E. How- Forcheimer.
S new year opens Vice-President 'I HKPATICUIIA. A few bottles in the furniture hu-ine-iJ. Hi If"

far brighter prospects for it than ard, Mr. Win. Adkinsou, a popularrailroui Secretary-Julius Menko.Treasurer cured her. She i N well now and I : dun rig the holi.1 iy., redui

ever, alai that tho e now in control narer complains. I give it to the FOR CEtIT EMEN. price on all hN fipgantt< ,.
-t I employe, and Mi-s Lilah -Ike Hirechuian. children and take 'houi
myself, and it hfld and i.Hiee fimiitnr '
of its destinies will spare no Effort to I' I
4 I Villar of East: Belmont street, were Board of Trustees-Max L. Bear, keeps us all well. tioU by a.l drug, figure tint will enable YI.lIto ./v.; .
maintain its former reputation for I
gists. Christmas
I your pre-ent III -11m!
i' solid conservatism and as the typical -i lucked in matrimony: by Judge J. Sol: Calm, A. Moo Harry Kahn: ---- One Dollar Per: MonthIn t Ii I rig that I is u-eful I ,iH at !h.j.] .*

_d txpoueut of the chief bu-huss interests 1! Emuutt Wolfe, in the presence of a and Dave DannheUstr.llabbi i BUY A HOME. wtrit article are sold for Kcwum'
of the city. few friends. Advance Membership.. You should cull on hiinbtf<>rebny
I I Koch was re-elected unanimously : lug elsewhere. .Ulin
Mr. i O. M. Pryor has purchased aIlare Clothe Cleaned: and }'rp sfd as .
TUB Apalachicola Times : WillnTippinand Miss Ceolaj from :September 1 (time of -
, says I number of choice lot which he often as dfsireJ. Your Clothes

"Why school teachers persist in pjying -j Howard, friends of the contracting expiration of his last term ,> i j will sell to desirable, purchasers at I c put for and delivered. Call at ;; Hot Rolls, at 5 P. m., lOc.

u dollir for a book that cau bt!> parties, were attendant*, and the -- moderate figures. O'irtjuth; 1'abff.x and Join the a
purchased for &0 cents is one of the l'or Over lx'1'eal"fi, I Mr. Pryor is desirous of building I ciulJ.I .
was: a
ceremony pretty one.

1 mystelies that we cannot solve." III the evening a number of friends MRS. WiNtLow's Hourmse My tCP bae I and up the, controlling eastern section a large of number the city.of I L2issJ! Flail u! a W-Hy! STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

I Here's another: Why should Florida been used for over sixty years by millions lots, will sell them on reasonable!
.j parents and guardians continue ; called: and congratulated! the young mother tor tbrir children while teething terms to actual ftttler DJlmI Yours for Neatue,
with It soothes the child ieiween IVrsacola and Milton-.*! 5Itiiis
perfect succf%a.
II; to pay three or four prices for theirchildren's couple. They will reside for the I
sottens the gumsallays! all rain.curtis wind! I Marston $ Quina have I G. W. IRWIN. i Daily ..1tt' Sunday
I chool books while other present at 101 East Wright street. colic,and Is too but>t remedy lor l'iarrtioe ; a

states have long since regulated thh It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately \\fine line of Rattan Parlor "CITY OF TAMPA."

matter eo that the requisite books bold by Druggists in every part : Suits, and Odl. peces; theyare I ".\Ialt: WANTING: II I _
THK I _.
KIGIIT MFIICINKThe of the wurld. Twenty-live cents a bottle j T Milton ::rI am LvPqiac .la.i. 'V
can be obtained at a tune above the better and than I \rl't'nh. ola."alll Ar 'llIrltj i>n
ri.'ht remedy at the He sore you ask lor"M rs.Wlnslow'slooth- I cheaper
of ? right; time 'and thka other kind. fare ttic; Hound 'I' iI
cost publication : lug ttyrup. no Kiof\ Little Christmas
is a friend indeed. You cannot be I, ever. i or
t too careful about having the right ,
EMTOK McBEATH of the Florida remedy on hand when you need it. CLOSING OUT. PfeifIpr's goods hive: always i proven I

Exponent continues to shout: I It is said by a man of knowledge satisfactory" to their many outom-* : CaKes JEWELER\ IN HIS

"There is no book trust!" If, in- and good judgment that mo-it bad Merriwether, the Furniture man, I ers; therefore, ring 'phone .Ui.:> and

eteadtf attending strictly and honestly I health i caused bv a bid liver. I1EPATlCURAHthe at lit South Tarragona: street, is pre- order your Christmas cakes. I I! NEW STANDI
i I.e-t liver tonic I I
to the duties of Ms profusion, I which will liven up that member in pirinjj to embark in a new business WANTED-FUls. I FOR THE 6TH OF JAtI'UARYVill ,

he bad had time to attend any recent -: good styl and give you a :great deal and is closing. : ouf the remainder of ; \ l'lcie; Leave their Kings or

", session of the Florida legislature of plea-ure well as satisfaction: in the bankrupt: stock of furniture and No. J otter skins. .. ....f tf.OO to J'J.OO Tokens on the oth. have moved my jewelry -"Ire t'>
he would have been able to realize -I life. Sold by all druggists.DAUCHIERS household goods at astonishinglylow ( No. I coon kill large, .?,' to ..80j 120 South Pahfox formerly :
Ba & Jo. and u w
the c'jrporeill'rE'i'ence of that price j No mink skins, large, I ('ii to 1.50 ; better prepartd than ever to gr

lusty "myth" in the shape of the OF ,,} Other good> in full proportion. I FOIl THOSE ON SALEROOFi'S great bargains; : diamonJ",watctjeweIQ.

resident and other lobbyists, intent Ak auy Penaola bank fer rating I -+'A T' etc. Call 4d.. tee rae ai
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 1 let me convince you. .
on me.
upon preventing; any legisl'ttion CONFEDERACY ; J. WATKINS J. I. r41'EPJ1E.'Foley's *.

which might reduce the powers i i : PenCll.1 Lode No. 3, K. of P., I I d3-lui; Brunswick, Ua j

and dividends[ the tru't. I --- regular llJpptinIond.1Y.. Dec. 5th, -
- I II at 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance Kidney Curs
interview in the Washington I The Daughters of the Confederacy I
IN recent nukes H Jeers
" a specially requested. Grand Chan- U 1 tdJar:1: ;-
Post U. H. Senator Mallory j will me Wednesday evening at the 0. M. PRYOR'SMMITUEE I i -
: cellerV.. A. Alln will install the i
declares that the chief plunk of the Library hall for the of elest-
newly elected ollictrs for the ensuing -i EVERYBODY LOOKS
national democratic i
iiext platformwill ,
% lag olllcers for the coining year. A year.
be rant reform, and the next in I
[I good attendance is desired, and all Member of sifter i lodges and visiting 1 FOR THE BEST
the regulation and control -
of monopolies. He favors the [ i failed to participate in the choice brethren cordialling invited to HOUSE
attend. H. A. LEE, C.C.
nomination of Judge Alton B. Parker 'J'of new ofticers.hello Here it i fs. Call on tspitz'-r iCreary.
: :
of New Yirk president. "As the They are doing the fi -i
I -- --- -
1 central, 3G5. Rest fruit work that l turned awl 05
n out
an >
situation exists today, he is reported TO Cl'HK .\ rOLl) IX OXK 1)\Y ,
"I think Parker l.'akA !niue, 25 c"ut per pcund, atPleithr'a SALISBURY BLOCK W. GOVERNMENT? STREET. prepared: to do any kind of a t >t1'hey >
Steam Bakpry.LrPORTLAXD rate Laxative Rrnrno Quinine Tablets put 03 ItdU rubber tirl" tl?
would come nearer uniting the democracy Eunature_." &J'rWe (}[ &, on every 1 best r.n the irnrket, on !short notice
box, >eTbU e'r.t I
than any one who has been CEMENT at a* they havta full line of rubber

mentioned in connection with the $i oO per barrel. A. V. CH-BBS, tir.* in ?'ock.Dtya .
tion." Corner Bru and Garden treets. are going to sell our LATEST DESIGNS IN vour buggy need upholtTini

IJomina ---- $1.00 Tabaurette for GOc. z ;? They can make it good) as UPI',
Do you want a magnificent waicf I Tneir rice-", too. are rfa-onabJe '' ,
HENRY CLEWS & Co.'s latest circular Dee 22d 23d and
on f24th.I tbfcy hive ai.iplf capital to carry cfi
for little money? If so, call on
(Jan. 3), aside from the discussion Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac- Just to see how many people -. Bed Room and Parlor Sets I fir-t-class carrii build 1.;r alf
fr. ''
of the stock market, contains lImmodat6 y'u. I will read this ad. Mars- i repairing t'u"ine D'.n't
call .
for the inter on
much encouragement .
estsofgeLIeraltradeutd the indus I -- --- -- --- ton & Quina.. DINING ROOM TABLES, SIDE BOADS, CHAIRS, ETC. I i Seal'repaired."PIT/BU&CUEAKV.
I --- ----
tries. The! volume of ba-ine.* con Hood's PllJ:3I : Ibt-tuirae'; ," ,to

: tinues on au enormous scale." "In $2 50 per birrel A. V. CLUB?, Davenport Lounges, Metal Beds and Mattresses. :j Phot. 57,
;: many en es 'roductton,rspi : a< itt I Po not ?ri;>e nor irritate the ailt'l- j jI I -
: tary canal. They wt enty! yet Corner Bru and Garden :;-reet .
is increasing in various lines, has i, promptly cleanse tGcttually and -- I C .c'\.t3TCniA: .

failed thus far: to overtake con ump- Hot French Waffles with .Isth. ltlKrYiHaaie

tion.'' "We have been favored with Give Comfort Florida Cane Syrup at I Prices for t% Holidays Ire DOM\ U Up 3r' (k//l/ld

)arge crops and good prices, I*o that I I I Sold by all druggists.; :23;: ttuts. Solomon's. wt


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Qsacac sal: c No. BOOB. .m. v '
THE SCHOOLS THE STORYOF W. O. O'NEAL, Pmldent; -.. E. CLARK, Cnhier; .1t. .t Ijr'Y :
a. J. FOSHEE.Vioe-Preiident' ; Ant t


a vacation of ten days on ac- tf"f .,. 'Ie

count of the glad Christmas time all DOWNFALLMayor TO-NICHT'S ATTRACTION Designated Depository of the United States. iw t' 1'

public schools In the city and county The ever-popular Hoyt's Big Com- Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25, 190'.1. :, !

resumed this morning with a good edy Co. opens its engagement at the RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. 't't t'l". f a
Jones administered to
attendance. The children have put a opera house this evening in "An Loans; and Discounts................... ... $442,921.84 Capital Stock ...... .... ......... ...... .... 8a>o.oooro 1 ,:;, I( -r
white girl giving her name as Gertie American in Europe" the play made I Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured........ 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ....... .... 20,000.00 ':r't.'j,. 1-'
a-ide all their thoughts of Christmasand lesson this famous Goodwin. The I U. 8. Bonds and Premiums... ...... ...... 213,806.87 Undivided Profits................. ..... .... 6.590.34 '. -:,...... ,
Mr. Nat
be ua their school duties Ellington a lasting morning by Stocks securities, etc.... ............ ...... 2,625.00 Rediscounts..... ............ ......... ..... 10,287.61 M l ..t
have (; by fining her $10 and committing company is beaded by two well Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Circulation........... .. .......... .... ..... 125,00000 .c.:-.t
with a will. None enjoyed the re- known artists Mr. Jewell Kelly and I. R. Stamps............. .... ... .......... 65 82 Deposit: ...... ...... ..... ............ ...... 461tO1.A 'if''J't'" : \
her to jail for 30 day! The defendant ...... ............ t
cej3: more than the teachers, and I Miss Julia Bennitt, and the piece Cash and Exchange; .. .. 153,94312 j 1 _. ,9'- :
pleaded guilty keepingan
they put aside everything today but will be presented with a full cast 1 ) 41

of immoral house; and when she and all the special scenery etc., the Total......... .... ...................... 822382.30 Total... ... .' ...'...... .... ..... .. $822,382.30 .J; -" J1 J
teaching. 'I
the! faculty learned of the mayor's ruling she became same as it was presented at the Her This i bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit i your patronage .d.we will give lti

/' very much affected. ald Square Theatre in New York. your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. ':1 '; '

A MONSTER The girl's history is a sorrowfulone. The famous MelnotU! will be seen 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ] hi i :
in their latest sketch and will intro i
She here ..:.,,
came some
duce a number of new songs and ':f. ft.

RAILWAY ENCINE ago and became identified with the their flying banjoes. B. H. FAIRCHILD, )'f.', ,ii, ;;.
local Salvation Army force. She Illustrated songs by Mr. Thos. L. ? r
seemed to be a devout follower of Brower, will also be rendered between 17POLRTER: : The Annual Sale uzszs 2szrzsz szsz i ,.
( .
Entice No.911, from the M. & M. acts.Considering. 38 STREET. r.r.t'i't' r1J -
that mode of worship and impresseda L 'f':
machine to ever the excellent no- -OF- :
division, the largest press i
aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture adpeciatr. i '
good by her public speeches.It r.,. "
arrive in this city, came down Sat- many tices this company has received we i'l' t >

was a great; surprise when the fact do not hesitate to recommend it to ....WHITE.... .
urdav afternoon with 12S3 tons of Phone 488. r l i
leaked out that she had drifted to the theatre-going public aud predictfor I j
--- -
--- -
coal She returned ina --- --
dead weight them a large house this, evening. Conies With the SS #1't t !
and become an habitue of an immoral R. K. WHITE, ''
s'rt! time with 1000 tons. It was "Q,," ";

nee:.:ary to rm this large enginei house on West Zarragossa!' POINTS A SOCIAL LESSON. Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler 'f I' ..:
New Year 1
street. What is known of her past 1-r' .
and Graduate Optician, f .
rid of of having
a necessity
) r to get H jealously guarded by those in possession ; I'I "Among Those Present" the new ____ ....... t f ,'
Pennitoli,FU i
It Sauth Pklafox St.
come down with theM I
comedy in which Mrs. LeMoyne: \
of that information but it is; I JANUARY 5th 'J
tram that was made up for this I i at the opera house on Tuesday -- -------- --- BEGINNING .-I.f. .
stated that! she is from good '
: a
I I' tJAKE ," evening, January 6, has other merit DR. F. E. BRUCEHas We usher in the WHITE MONTH with a Great Value-;. : }

family.: than being a satire on the New Yolk .
ing Special of EMBROIDERIES and DOMESTICS. One withouta ::. :
Efforts were made today by: associates -1 I Four Hundred. While the scenes ; returned and resumed practice. eO ..t t....
( LEVY parellel in the history of Pensacola Retailing. The splendor of 'i J
of the girl to secure her re- :! are laid in and about Fifth avenue Office 22'i: West Government St.: ; : 1.d
I Designs and Dualities of Embroideries the Standards of Excellence .
the lesson of and j'r
; extravagance folly Salisbury Building.Tolohhono \1 j
lease but the : was firm iu his I Iconclui."ion .
DIED LAST NIGHTJake mayor I I iu social frivolity is of the most gen 143. in Domestics make this (Sale: of Paramount: Interest to every : "b ; ;

on account of several eral character and can be understoodby Woman i in Pensacola.; .

complaints; that had reached him all. "Mrs. Clinton" said Mrs. I -'-- --- : 'J; ., ;t ,

Levy brother-in-law of S. A. concerning the girl. The warrant : LeMoyne in speaking of this matter HUMOR OF THE HOUR '
Friedman of this city died last was made against her by Deputy the other day "is a distinct type of :
Great KeaU. -
ni.'ht in a New Orleans infirmary., I Marshal Frank Sanders the woman of social ambitions; everywhere The conversation turned on big: feet, I" : ,
in the United States New YARDS J ;
: 3,600
I when of the said he believed 'l
T.le remains will be brought here on one company J. :
A Cure For Lumbago. I York Chicago Atlanta New Orleans his pal Smith would take bOrne DOMESTIC, lOc value everyVC yard : l

the early train tomorrow when arrangements W. C. William, of Amherst Va., I Denver Omaha or San Frau- beating in that line this week only! ..... ............ ... "

will! be marls for the I pays: "For more than a year I suffered cisco." "I was out walking with Smith one :___ __ __ '.J: :1

from lumbago. I finally triedChamberlain's day when ho slipped down, with thesoles !
funeral. Out of respect to Mr Levy'smemory i 2,860 YARDS PALMA MILLS BLEACHEDDOMESTIC 1:1.:
I Puin Balm and it of his limits pointing to a grocer'swindow. 5c I
Mr. Friedman's place of gave me entire relief which all AT THE CIRCUS. [ Ft bed soft for the needle yard
rushed In-
other remedits had failed to do." The grocer out to This week only.:....I.i:.......... ...... ...... .: .: .::11 r'.ts
business is closed; today.A Every seat and ail available standing quire who was putting the shutters ..
Sold by all druggists and medicine '
--- .
-- -
dealers. room occupied and many seated up. ?

a preventative a= well as curative --- -- --- ou the ground close to the arena,such "That's pretty' fair" said a soldier I 6,239 YARDS ST. CAUL'S EMBROIDERIES AND IKSERTINCS : : 0/ :
medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla is I who was present "hut a fellow in our I ,
was the condition of things at'botbI :

rre-l'1ninent-its great merit is fully EAST END :I performances: at Spark's; circus, company( )beat it hollow. After a sharp OF SWISS: AND CAMBRIC NARROW, MEDIUM AND 1:
fiiiht:; with the l'IIl'myIe were obligedto
I ,
tablished. I .
which showed at East Side Park yes- '
retreat, when, on looking back, we \\1Df.-lO\rI\LOlTJ.E\orHH.: ::: .
:[ terday afternoon and evening. The 1I:1om' of our men standing uprishton 1 t ..- .I

YOUNG BISHOP DEMOCRATS circus was a first-rate exhibition the the Cold. The fact was the ixior fellow Lot No 1 of this Great Special .61-4 yard'' l :
performers being stars in their respective had such feet that he nev( r fell i o

WILL PREACH -- [ lines. Many clever feats' down when he was shot" Lot No. 2 of this Great Special .81-3 yard j : 1.

: The Eat End Democratic Club | were performed by the acrobats, "Well," said a horse dealer who satin

-- I will hold its regular monthly meeting j trapeze artists, and contortionist besides the corner, "that's rather tall, but "let Lot No. 8 of this Great Special lOc yard :; ; ,j ,
rue have a try. A follow came down <<>
[ the tricks of a well trainedelephant k
.11 B i invi'ed t tomorrow night at its East Government our stables) the other day in n hurry to ; 'A
1 ..' I.- r public o'j I ; 1 : dogs; housand horses; and I THESE:::; ARE POSITIVELY: THE GREATEST EMBROIDERY EP ,

i I. ,,itiw uril.t: tu .lhert Chapelf. street headqiurters. Refreshments | old and young! enjoyed a rtmaika- I on.hire a Til IIOI-M lime for that a journey one,' he he said was [gain Miint5ns ?- I \'ALl'EE'EH.: OFFEKEI 1 !; ,(, '

"nl 7."ii:' to he.u n.U.. W. !, will be served and speakerswill bly interesting; exhibition. The j i to a horse in the yard.. 'Whtlll'ft' I ----- I i"n
Clinton, A. M.. D. 11., deliver a S rmull. :I be present to address, tho-e in 1 Sparks' show will always have a j i Isn't a man In the wmU: rut ride that i
warm welcome iu this city. Tliei : I animal,' I said. "He'll work ill a cartor rf WATCH ANDVAIT ; J JI
T.'IH hishnp! is said: to be the. the hall on important subjects. It is ;
i circus; U at Caui'-leo today.-Corning plow, lint no one can stay on his -
I I i l
: ;
'st iu America and i i5 an eloquent that members be in as i : t l li
youn;? : urged present (N. Y.) Daily Journal, July 17, bjk. Til try him anyway, said the -FOR THE- ;
\iker. Positively but one numbers possible. Speeches htrantrer: as he sprang Into the saddle. i
;*; great: as 1902.!
scrniiu wall delivered. bearing upon the political campaignto 1! The above show will exhibit in the I pet-tod horM' lookctl to sec round him pitl'hl'cff.saw the mIII'srl..t :hut GREAT WHITE FAIR I 1;( :' ;

Jan. and 6
An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Oft."some be terminated next June may be this city u 5 -- and trotted quietly off. IIr>thought ,
expected. I he was between a pair of shafts." I ]. -f,'
time ago my daughter IIl'ad,; Shouldever Aclu. '' I
C'IUIILI: : "I'.r.. cold. 1 She complained ( I The company onnsMcrcd! that a feat ...January 12th.I ... : ,
uf :.UMS in her client and had aba EXPOSURE to a sudden climatic I Never endure this trouble. Use at I of that: sort could not lie turp.issed. I '
[ change produces cold iu th head |I once the remedy that stopped it for Tit-llits. r ;.
I her Chamber- '
J 'II.h
r' gave: Grander Greater and Better Than Ever. '
itiii's C.iui! Rt-niedy according and catarrh i is apt to follow. Provided :\lr:;. 1\. A. \V-b- ter. of 1Vfrnie Va. .'" \ .
with Kly's Cream Balm you are I'( She write*: "Dr. Kiujr's New Life \ J "Iii
she Enrninas.Clarksee --
dir itiimand! in two days wasv ----- ----- -- -'V 'I I Iw
armed against Nasal Catarrh. Price Pills cured! of sick head- i ij
< ,, ,1'ni ahle to go to Fchool. I | wholly me bore! You told no if I
111\- ud thi-! remedy in my family j' HO cents at Druggists; or Ely Brother, I aches I had sullernd from for two took a course of Instruction from you W J. & B. FORBES. : :
f't, t'.t. ; and haven ot5; Warren Street New York will I[ years." Cure Headache Con-til'.l' ; :
\ even lear without It wouldn't bo long; before I'd lie earu- ,, ; ,
.. mail it. The Balm cures tion Hiliou4iie 252.; atV. A. .
l ku.wii it fail, James 'I ) ( J ,
?n r'\i.ilt-r.M-\ :. merchant to Annato says; B'ly, pain, doe; not irritate or cause D'Alembcrte's: drug store 121 South linilnta week. L-:::::: :::' ___' -;-- '_ ....':!U"_..., nt'=:-:=::::J j"1i.' ,
-netzing. It spread itself over an : Palafox; ftreet. Professor Skinner-W II? "
Jin.au11: Wc-t ladi.i Inlands. The .
indicated irritated and angry surface relieving I --- --- (ClarkV. I'm srottiiis; $10 a ',..'k. It {.
palw! the chest an ap- '
Iir .K'11114'!, attack of pneumonia, immeiiately: the painful inrJauimatiHi ; TOILET SETS. I'rufl''nr SkimuT! nut, IWIIttly.II ,
'It'lt. M tins instance: was mi(1'i.ici.iiy cleanses and cures. Cream i 1 now d.jii't jou fed that you're earning ; NUI.WI WE!1.'N'fZWNNr. 'It : ,j
: >: warded oil by Chamber- Balm quickly cures the cold. | Meruwether i is )tIeriu special low II Ells( )? Ivory: C Jerk feels he earns ten :

I It '"i- t'i.u'ti: 1h edy. It couuttr- lOc- bargains in Toilet bets. He has tines n.s mill h as Le gets.-1'hlladel
at ;5
Hot Rolls m.,
P''u: :r' t'ud'IICt'a:Sojj by all cold druggists toward doz., at Solomon's.The I j many beautiful and unique deigns, phia 1'ress.ItrnOy. THE LEWIS BEAR GO. i J

aiM 1I..,-1ieinHdealers. I which he,will tike pleasure in show- tofit on Hlin.I :; :.

finest line of sterling silver I I lug. He i is at lit South Tarragona .'

Fr.n; e .I,.-, he-t made,at Pfeiller's ijood-i anl silver novelties I is to be i i street. ___ ____ .!
Ni mi Htkt ry. fo-nidatJ. I. Htephfns'. Prices to )-AGENTS FOR- .
--- all. SPECIAL I NOTICE.H. > '
please: ; ;
----- ------ i ,
Hare those fthav ,
you seen The best and cheapest place where Alfmin, Umbrella Maker, :?15

n1* stands anclnulsic cabi- you c-iu buy Christmas presents East is at I South Palifox wishes to inform the I ,.'a ,l. il r l l wy In jI j\; i{
Mr. John F. Pfeilltr's No 211 1
net,, at Mina's.rtnsf Joe Wheeler
Manton .
/ i
5 ( Inteudencia street. public' that: he has no one employed [ '; k/-l
J i iI
the thing for a Christ- --- to solicit trade aud will only I>B responsible -

inus present. 3[udgm's, tltc Best fcr Vic. for goods intrusted to !him I,3- t' .; "I ';I\\ ;!': 1,.

i4tO4Datit etl4'eQeOeN 10e.e.e.e.eee4..Q...e.e.e..Y I, personally. I!'er Tract :ojlm I ( r !;I I $ Cigars "d If.v ;'f ji f...1, J'<<.i.,

''I A eaiitar.kJ'roiN old farmer, who miA f. ,
hardly ever a,rtid with anything his ,W ;k

eL VISIT $t i wife said to linn, ('all1home one wt 'I Il
9 day find plauii: his back to the lire '
.6. 0 : su sl l up to Ilry.I I /" 4 i : \ The Sensation of the Day. : 1

After some l.ttktime his wife tunii'd II ; 4'1

0 I, to him and said: : ,t 6 ,} 'ftyi

i I, -uu'li"..h.lmIIU'.t h1rulnr Uttfr rlamiflx"watch) 'our"d' or I, I '-J!, .GIVE" THEM A TRIAL! III. 'if" r l

e Bee rs'--ltep-o sit 0 I .I To whidt .f..hll rq-lifd: I Ii -r .. l' :
ry "I think I'll ifod to burn my trousers Ii i
first." i, "1>:II't this a loxily duuif&tlc pictureof r;
I '
A v "Indood John, j ou'H need to do naeth- I Mr. I :!rii: >toi's, CkrVa? J-J1'1N1PJnNnN.nnN' f l
"\\$; so true to life pies sitting;; l
-- '_-==- :::=:=::=- :=:======:::::::: in; of the kind. They're burnt al- I down and t-he's standing (a !
ready."-London Tit-Bits. ,. up.
: 609-511 South Palafox Street. :. Why pay fancy pricps for furniture II. DeSilva & Co. 'd ;
If you want a nice present :o give the and house furuMiinir! good- 'c !?:' U.Munut. : : i
B ;o a friend go and look throngh
-1TLL LINK OFe -> ;! ?Ie ant line of suitable articles at when Merriwether, at 111 Kouth lkI
turtrs and Dekleri la .t, \ ..
curtly can find will sell what ;i' .
e o J. I. Stephens! you I Tarragona street you I e 'j-/, -
icmething to please!; you. If you I you want at your own price >
and Harness want anything the Diamond line \ Sash Doors Blinds, :k1'b ':
Buggies Wagons | i )
: J
30 sure to see him before you buy. ( ,
I Hot French Waffles with :
m Shingles
i 'h
Florid Cane Syrup at ;
.NGh.1fe.e.e.eN.e.e.e.N.................NeNtNBOR : WANTEDHIDES.Dry I Solomon's. .

flint hides. \c fl> I Builders' Materials t ; s'' :

.. ... I i i3f-; J -
Green salt hides.... Tc II. Jfudgin's, oc.photogpaphy '
Tallow, in barrels-... 6c B' .' it T ;

Wij ) MriCHINE[ SHOPS Tallow, in cakes. 6.l.jc II. erick and Lime. -1' t 1:1.'--- :I'Tolcphono >

t 1 Beeswax. 2<> cents per pound. No. 3.3L. << r
Ask any Peu*ic.l.l! b nk for rating I : .' J'.1'I Y #i" .:.I

803-805 SCUTH PALAFCX STREET. on me. ,

;"'1;:\ Csiis grj rerylliD[ i ii \this\ Lisa Kit [CGmtattly, CE Hail ,I Brunswick, Ga.I I $:!.LO per bun! A V. CLUJIBS.Corar =; I' e
ti tie oa LUMBER Hru and UardPII J'tHtg. k
Prolllpt \r"I.-lh..C..Ulhh.l.rit.t.! ;. J Cl I Cleaning: ladies skirts and walstts p $ ,' CO fr estimates before placing

.0 t ,01 ,0.0* PHONE 123.22.:! .< J< ,01 jl U j.-vi HUGBI(5S S, Prop P p p4. I'' of ooor spcialties. Star laun .OU! S. Pulafox Street. your orders for lumb;r. dl'j-lm J f, llIdgin '5, ills Best f r jr.? a Ea #=


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Augusta., Ga., Jan. Wednesday
was a day of official changes in Au- BROTHERS
II! gusta. The pew superior court judge,

.. I Hon.YilIiam T. Gary; the new sheriff. GARDEN STREET GROCERS.
-- $
Kidney Trouble Makes Ton Miserable.
i Colonel John W. Clark; the new-
tCopj J;;..' I <. I lf. D Lewis! ]
j clerk of court. William: 1). AntigsacWaller isill's Have Received Since the Holidays: a Fresh Line of
Alr.ost! who reads the
I everybody newspapers -
We wore. ..s i.ur u.s C.IH K member. :
is to Know of the wonderful I ; ; thenew jaier: CatanGeorge :
: In the latitude v( Midway island.. :i.--J sur cures rr.aae ty Dr. ) 1!. Hood all entered offices today. Cream Bali STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

Ii the I'd' :Je. sill all 1 wall thug well Ki mer'sS'/Jamp-Root. 'IJ. Dan Kerr was named by Clerk I Easy and pleasant ,

\7ith the i'::ik Hane.'t Hoiac wi* vepicieJ 't the great kidney liver : Walker as rJs chief dc:>utr. Sheriff .0 use. Contains
njurlou* dru*. Fruits Nuts and all the Ddicacacics of the
and bladder. Ss0I -
: up a sailor laii-u U ilLaius. IJ r' I remedy. : Clark has not appointed his deputies. It Uouickly Absorbed .

whoa* drli'tm.; ui.out In n ship'syawl. .r' It is the great irediV !- olvee Itehtef. COLD "N HEAD I Our Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always n.I.1' Con Getting
cal triumph of the nine- ;, at once.ft tl.e
lie told) a story of shipwreck Hand Shct Off While Hunting. and cleanses Nasal Passages
teenh pena toe
I i, century; discovered Best Freshest and
and :u* 41' 'ij; wh;,.h v.o aflirw.ird }1\\ I!If! after years of : FairburrGa., Jan. 3.-Charley Matthews the Allays Sleinbrnne.Inflammation. heals and of 1'rotects Taste Cheapest
came to kl.ow-s utterly false, and ,\ 'UL J scientific research by I a year-old son of R. P. Matthews and Smell. Large size 50c. at Druggists or by VAN PELT

after a couple of days ho was Iut lumy i...1 c_. Dr. Kilmer the eminent a merchant of this place, sustained mall;rial Bize lOc by liLY mall. BROTHERS
li I_ -;-. kidney and blad-! a serioua accident while rabbit
56 Warren Street.New York. ,
watch a'd eju-ied a: an era -
> --- cer specialist! and is hunting. In some manner his gun TELEPHONE NO. 231. .,s .* ?. 31 EAST GARDEN
Land wonderfully successful In promptly curing ST.
Williams had no sooner got among; lame back, kidney bladder, uric acid trou- was accidentally discharged, the whole : V.'U" hA1Ui...; .
the men than lie Uvan telling of a bles and Bnght's Disease,which is the worst load of shot passing through his left

great tr'asur> I.uried on one of the' form of kidney trouble.Dr. hand and wrist, tearing the hand to tlrported Dally for The New l>j A. : : Ave

Kuril Wands Talk:; treasure to a sailor Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec- pieces and rendering amputation necessary. Union Naval Stores Go.H08IH. .
ommended for everything but if have kid-
you .
and you can bring him te. mutiny. .
liver bladder trouble it will be found
ney ( TO
The amount of money was given at Just the remedy you need. It has been tested WW ___.$12t: ) H_ _I 00WG t WOOLKOLK,,*

fceven! million .I1.lrs., and Williams in so many ways in hospital work, in private Election' of Municipal Officers. _.__ SO G_ ___ I ..0'i IMPORTER: AND JOBBER OF

claimed to bo alle to loente tLe exact practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase I Flowery Branch Ga., Jan. 3.-At avery _,__ 8 6 ____

61>';t. It probably neu-r wtuireJ to relief and has proved so successful in quiet election held here the following 34__..._._ 3 :;; E._ 150)

one of the men to a-k why he d.dn't: every case that a special arrangement has : oScers for the town were elected K _.___ ..;; 11___ I 5 HARDWARE.

fo to the caiitnlu with his story and been made by which all readers of this paper; I for this years: O. I. Additon t_____, 2 :ti C.t bpl'w_ 1 45:

try to arrange for the removal of the who have not already! tried it, may have a mayor; J. T. Chamblee, G. F. Bagwell, !? BITS T'1BPiNTIlUftl.: : Iron, Sail't, Axes. bovds, Saw Iill and I'Itettnb'at

treasure, but if it did he hid some I. sa-np'e bottle: sent free by mail, aso: a book C. J. Wilder, H. Williams and A. ------ -- I Supplies, Cooking and Heating I'tO'l'"l':", P.lit, Oils

:telling mre about SwaT.p-Root and how t, NOTICE. Window Gas! ,.. Guns, Pistols and
answer at h<1I11. He piVpo:rd t.ikr.n? I I H. Win:;o. councilman. E\'errbony Fi.iiing Tackl\'.
rind out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. I
possession of tin- bark sailing; h''r tu ,' When writing mention reading this generous voted as there were no announced I have been authorized to take: Aate and Tinware ana HniiceriiriiisliinJ ( )oiIs.

the treasure island seeuring; the great I'I offer n this paer and .-f'" candidates. I jubscriptioup forVm. J pnnir.geBryan's j I J ff-AGEX8FOR BIRMINGHAM _
wealth and then using; lur to get to I iseni I your address to ..".,-. ::.::.... : paper: "The Commoner.The I, MILL nnIP.Y
lln Lrid. As tu the u:1<-'rs ..HidW.h 'IDr.I Kilmer! &Co.Eing- :-:: !t ..: .. Will Not Accept S.tustion. price is $LOO per year in ad Revere Giant hutched Ei'lti.i.! Northampti-u Emi rv
I ",, J, I vance. Those desiring the paper \vhl>"! Co., L-jftin & Rind Powder Co.. Jonn.w't'5 KiU
IDfnIS world not join they wile to be narcton H..e '0 I.ocdon Jan. 3.-The North German
can have it sent to them by sanding :;omiup, Iron King and: Buck St'vesaId KinWin
rest adrift in miiiean! take their I eguiar: ffty cent and flnofn-P.t. ':
to Kaiserin Maria Theresa
LloYd steamer : '.,
$lOOto the
: liar sizes sold all undersigned. ( ap'o.'d Riw Hide Lace: Leather. t.t-un.'s
are by
: .
: ; good cruggists.
i (hare S. \\c lud: a clro'allll'l1; atJjMJO I !, which is to sail from Bremen today If. :'1, fOCI! E, Made Ituilroii Colors.Snohic .

$ ; >, and I think the nun's: game and from Southampton tomorrow, Care Daily X{oW!!.
I I) )n'tmike any mistake! but re-I j : Temple.1 Pensacnia. Fin
vas to iHildle It out aiii.iii!! the Marine mMnher the name Swamp" Root. will take among her passengers Admir. -

'aiohi'e uiid 't Iar-hall island-! Dr. Kilmer'* hwinip Hoot, and the I II al Lord Charles Beresfori There is I

get what he could and then look out I *ilJre-- HiLgnamtou, N. Y., on 'I' no truth in the report that the admiral -I OPERA HOUSE
for himself. every battle. is to take a position with the international I
___ _ I ,
: :So iju.etly did; he do his work :unon4 __ __ __ __ __ I mercantile company. :

the crew lot the t.l.;:hte-t hint of 1, No New Developments. I I I SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. [ !j i]1 HDDT AND SHOE MAKER

wh:1tYaK KO.UI; on was w.ifted aft. Ii j Excited the Population.Porto ,
Soianton. Pa, Jin. 3.-Tlure were
lie enlisted; i-.zlit: of the mm in his i no new deMljpmonts today in tbe1.. i| Cambello, Venezuela, Jan. 3.- On Tuesday, January C, the distinguished ,j .4 REPAIRNG: NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
cause and on the seventh diy tlr hi-: The blockading warships took all the
actress, Mrs. LeMoyne, b" Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes
duty of j-stfiday's camem at Oly- :.s: Ieather.Finding:!.
coining aboard end WilLie the taiuat
i i-ai> Venezuelan vessels from the inner
will be seen in this at the
luat. for few city opera
nostshuh; caused more fright than house in her latest successful come-
4 oaine. The sec'ouJ mate was seized I forces on the wharf but there was I "
harm. The Those Present. This
1 ca\e-in covered an area dy"Among
bound and Jag-p'll. and an
no firing and their occupation of the
raised that Le had fallen overboard if 150 feet long and ISO feet wide. promises to be the most notable
The incident
was temporary.
Four buildings fell into the cavity, one :j e\entof the present theatrical sea Star
Both of us rushed' from the cabi-i, to
i caused great excitement among the Laundry
i son. Sale of seats will commence on
Le pounrt-d and made iitiMiners. of the m being a large hotel valued at I 1
iipoii ,
population. Prices
Saturday.: January 3. 50
$20.0'HI;:! The cauty is being filled ,
It was a flf1risl' all around and no to-1 cents to $).50. On account of the interest

:4 Insolence w:-..; offerod any of us.: W hen day. |I STATE OF OHIO,CITY OF TOL.EDO, { manifested in Mrs. Le Ioyne's Biggest, Busiest, Best !

': Captain Holt ilemaudcd an ('cxil.iiu-] I LUCAS COUNT J S' appearance, and the large numberof

i tion, \Villuuis promjitly enliKhteuedbim. ; Mire Paymaster Robbed. inquiries already made at the

He said.Ve : lluss!.'}. ID.VH, Jan. 3.-\\'. It. Sulli-i! FRANK J. CHEXEY makes oath box office, it has been decided that

.. \ are in I**..S.*MOH of the Inrlc.We van. iajma!'itpr of the BuFsey Coal : that ho i is the senior partner of the applications for seats sent in beforetheopeningofthe They Speak
i firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., (loilig sale will be filedin
mine this
ire K"ln: after a great tre.isuie.W''K n'ar place was held up l>y !
i buiness in the City of Toledo! the order of their receipt. Free
: h is to I4' ClULiIY) di\ iLo-d 1'l't\\1I threo robbers l'G.rlv tofliy and robbed county and! tate aforesaid!, and! that I list will positively be suspended for

iiuu atid man. It was no \\-c to t.thc; t -aid firm will pay the !:um of ONE thi en a!{ement. '

1 fur J"fc would I lIa\.' svoiTed at mybtU i tant.J: the wo:, y Sn'Inan! rrorured a Ht'XDKKI JXlLLARS for each : 'fof TtelvesL\ !

i :). It agreed: that noin1 of yujj I ,I (,t?IID and went in search of the robi.irs. alit! en'n-l'a"p Catarrh that cannot $QI

: fuuuitI 1.". bin and we have \ktpt to : : One of them was captured and Iw cured! by the u-6 of HALL'S ONE NIGHT ONLY ti .

r 1i taD :\II'I''I:1.'t." i taK n to Knoxville. The other two ; CATAKKH (Cnt I We let the Shirt, Cll.ln

,I "\\at do >'Ollltdto do with us':" '10: aped; with the mone). .j 1, FRANK J. CHE EY. TUESDAY, I and Culls we Launder speak for

.J "So':.1)' 'i.Ci .:t within an huur" Sworn to before mo and -ub-cribod : tbem; flveThev will talk louder
** in 11l\.l'rb'.nep, this Cth day of Dec a"- .."- JANUARY 0i
: V.'L.I't'l :. .
.r.3i 0:1'; t.ia&ure f'jj For Educst.ona; Experience I II We.
.. :inber, A. D. k.6.i r-- than we can. want to be juj.ed:5L
"I '. .1: lIat t\'u jou. Purlin: Jan. 3.-Hmperor William is I i I i ____ ) \ ) more by the wark we do than: by
!; "If 'e:1 ri'i:ily I.1: ',\v of bun-'d : i I The 9fnMin'! .. 'Mix Notable I'tenl: '
> a tieasrt :"rilicK!! the crown pnnce, FrederickWihha'u. j & -:.\L. ( A. W. I.F.ASON: :I what .
we !
"ii,, thy !H t 1. i us s Iii the *lui> tin re !! to Russia as an Piliirat'oralnre ------. Notary Public. Ij j] Engagement of the Distinguished; I JY.II

J and shr.: with! llr' I i. nre Ik proah1r1'ilI' be pros- Hull'* Catarrli Cure is taken internally 1 Actress

"i5it.irtlat: vuuld rieaii Its money 1 Ion t at the New Years functions of !.i.I and acts directly on the ) II ALL WORK C. 0. D. GlCiS Called for lit Delivered! Free
fur 11"1":1 if u-:." blood and innrou* j surface; of the
[ 1-> Uuian: ouit., Jan.: i i. Tu-
Tu, ('ai't:in al'l'II.-[ tu the nien.i.:1 d.'- 1! crown Fystem. K" 'iitl for testimonials frl'('. MRS. LeMOYNEIn TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
has ,
prince visited I
Cnan and Austria
F. J. CHKXEY & Ci,., Toledo 0 ,
: cbrir r t...t Williams! had ie-l ,
no ;, tn,1 1 it is nSt alto;:;ttlirr improbable i Glen Maclonougi'! Successful Comtdj, ; WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
r kno\\1< '!i- <'f :i treasure n tid would
| J*">t 1.(' iray \isii the TniteJ StattS in i I ,
lead tJ :.i a wild! gixi'-e ih.ise. and d.
.. fere too ulool: what hid: hlI'III'II.1' it J 1!III t. I CASTORIAFor TA rrmnt"Vir I .

I thy wcUu n turn to dUI)'. 11n- icelmIjoitawalii. :: Will Paint'President's Pictjre. ; mjn I .WILL MOYER'S.

t of lhl' c'1', W was i J:1"'ss. 1 Ioj' ilie .1.1 i Infanta and Children. I .
New ,
York Jan. 3 -M. Th.badf'hartra'i. ,
I wh' to k oil his taji aiidfc'.ood ,et from Its non at th. Gardvn I
J the French painter! arrhedKM The Kind You dare Always! Bougfc '1Oatreew York .
11I1.11:1101. atuti'ili* IS hi* S.IK!: I i iedlL City.MinaRement '
I today La lorraine from
on Hatre
"(::Ipldll I Il-il': we lu-v it'i'.hin' a:: in i I Iur"olf { of UEOKbK II. BKESVAN.PRIUEri WEST SIDE GROCERYHAS
lip! COtS to pa.nt: a portra.t of P.csJ, th
J )e ii'jr iic Ii1oes. tout Iii>\ u ' //
'" I dPnt Kno3i\t.] Ills )portraits of :\lrs.1 j I : -50c, 7-5c, Jl.OO and |1.00.
in..n of u> to w'it mh\ fur lm,
.1 uc fe .1 1 : a-- if we must tal.e it." : Ho--- \<.It and Mifcs Alice Roost; >\Htlattiaue I Ii I II rarrliigps may l>e ordered for lu r: JUST RECEIVED A FREhH LOT SUPPLY OF'Fish
i I ,! a great deal of atfn.on at t'rl'.lI.t po>iti\'ely suspended for tbii en- !i I
- "il: II' v.s lain- IIrulIl\'lIt. tin'
the !bat Paris : gigcrnent.iatjon. | Roe, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, Barrel Olives,
I saon.I '
n were MiiMi-irn. Tlws"-wl.o liadn- SEND YOUR ORDERS I : sale Saturday, January 3 at noun

II'd to Joi'i in the 1.I.t li'iw <':l.le for- I I, j Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and Everything -

. "' .1:1: ai'd :::I\(' ill th-ir; aII.giaziii' to Jailed For Selling Wnishy.luntsviile '!
\.> :'' :iu.IIrl'l'lraU..hs| umlnfrun I Ala, Jan. :!.-Will.amof : to Pearl: & Jive for cirppntfr or I DO YOU LIKE A GOOD SHOW? Kept in a First=Class Grocery,

for '.. PllilliJ1! 1'ahliis.! .Iaf'I:-on ( f >
<;; us :i. II t. One I the bo.its win iims'cil out. lUll in it arifUf-fl< nlay for rttailinevhtbk THERE: Irf ONE COMING TO l

" wI'r stllW,.II! \'.. t. r and lru\.i-i"lIs >\itlito : >'. After trial b. rim C'ommisj j I I: THE OPEn HOUSE:; FOR A Car 1 L ai 1 cf! tti Justly Ccltliratel: Majestic flu Just Reccired.

!I -lent J. !s- ilii-M> ,if iia f,.iiniirlit.We slon r ('or.way, the defendant! was com j jralttel Try Gimther's Candies at ONE WEEK I

\.ei .,11\.1 I a mist: ,in
[I but tit'It tier mart mromiia ss.Vt I ('etuii.! Maishall county, was: arrested ______ __. I ('oIlIInclui hg I A II ,,'

\ had !U.lli,1' mils to the east | y ti-day for rrtail.rtp whisky ant 1 :1 I II
and wen-h.nin': f.tir1111111 I l' when we I was teha! ed after trial: before a com-, FRITZ, ,

r made) a ;:n \\I"t' .:i"'o\.r)'. AlnH't' .'5 I inhiioncr. I II 1 I Tliob. UoMiox, Captain, I ,

; o'llock in the! iHtirn'Kin we Minted; a I I : will make regular trips between I

stnuve ( i-jVtt 10111.! a {iItit or two oft i i Ship Goes Ashore. j Ptnsacola iPlumbett Gas and Steam fitter!
j Point'ashington and
oar four-, and. ili.\\ n tu it. we i New 1'01'1Ja.n.. :3.-The Spanish j ,

((luau iir old Lark lln.nii. 1 uil ui- | ship U( nie.lics< Pascual, Cajtam Moji I I Freeport. Leave llaylen street I Comedy Company.

Wiird with twu tI f In'r masts; and a i rara. from Ituenos A\'rrs. Oct. 18. for i{ wharf Tliarsdiv at 6 a. II!. and arrive No. i South Palafox Street

great ..f witk.ue Miiioundingher. Now York, with a cargo of ludos. went'ashore 1.'. at Freeport at 6 p. m. same: d.l;. ACTING SPECIALTY All Rinds: o'. Plumbing and Gas Fitting Materials Kept on Hand

Th"' huh: sea UII. and weFiraiilMed II near Ship liottom Life Saving Leive: Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. |18 PEOPLE I 6 PEOPLE \I.MF"l-IONt1 *ZS .. p"N"' \.nUI.A. "'T.A

H"OII tile I ia ik'i 1"it t i nt.V.., station. bn? is one-third full! of water and arrive at Penacola 6 p. in. same

had f int that if iimd biluwbhe I iiy. Fare round ; OPENING PLAY.LONDON ,
a : I"i'0 I There was a crew of 21 on board all trip$3; one way, - -

might Innul'tiil.:! i-iuti.illy ife of 'hom'I're taken off by the lifesaving W 12nlm LIFB.

sighted a (':"::(t whuh would ;gne us I (,!I'W. TIME TABLE.

csslsta tt. Slii-! had inoulily! I I been in I 200 Nights In New York, 1'JO; in Boston.

that juisiiinn L'r three or four dajs at 1 Receive Increase In Wages. m J } i mm r I Popul Prices-10, 20 and g.);;. I: LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD..r. .

the hiist. but (lure was ".1.suthiifnt I rortLrd Ore.. Jan. 3.-The en1r Ladies Free Monday Night. EFFECT DECEMBER 1. IWI

air to 11\1"J her up. 1 bad nut jtt i 'rrs. !boilermakers.! switchmen andanimates I .
-- -- ---
walked lur I.agtli; when I heard a I >' of the Oregon lines of the ,
knocklm; fUIiwttl b.f.iint shmit i
: : Si.uthirn Pacific have received an Increase -
The oaptjiu ame aboard to sit what in wa ,cs ranging from C to I'.1 FOR STEAM DIVISION I I
So.!. No.1. I ',
No.1. No.
No.8. fo.4. I
he eoulu make ot' It. and it was not ShowsAND
r per rent Virginia I'KNSCOLA! KLFX3IUIC : AiIIAILWAY 7'16a 12I\m! llUiip i r.t\&T8P8D1&ColaArrITe I 6:00a ':OOp 8:00'
lung l", fore we wire satisfied that at jj51) a :t7p 1:1It: a LM&V6_ "lom&ton.... Leave I 2:2a I I 2.iln P 7:2ip
I COMPANY 11:00 a .::t! p ( 2:5. a L.&vtl_._. Mobile .__ Leave UIO at 12:15 n i 6:00'
lst two ui 'n wire Impiisuneil in the Railroad Superintendent Resigns.
...___. I S:5p 1:1JI1I I 1"1'1\1." IIrlplln'l Leave I H-p I 7Sa: _!_
I (.lUll. Ily lying down and 'being our Denver. Jan. :3:.-The resignation of WORLD'S GREATEST TraIns leave feoiaeola for the LlttlB n =-
&yoa, Big Itayoa W r ring ton, >aT7 1'811 North.
ears to the 't'I'I''r shea tiling we eould Charles BYl'r general superintendent and Fort Ea: raDca' at

I make out that they knew some one bad of the Colorado and Southern, has been -
m.arrlve at Fort Karrincn 7IOII.D
D.30 a
1-narded the burk. and they appealed to rendered He has been considering! Trainl! Animal( iti D i 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort Harrancai: o. 2. No. .. I So. I No I.
tXi !! at Fort Barraccai la epn 11:05 P m 12:1 p m j Leave_. P"n'&col& ... Arrlve I ':110 p m 6:1.' am
.h' thinu h uliuli ,
tnt '
t >
\S < a :; theycould off 'is from the Santa Fe and other *: J- esC'ii. \\e had neither ax ror roads but may decide to retire perma- :15 p.m. arrlTo!at Fort Barraucai TOe p n : II&m : >lpm Arrlve1ilrmlJgbamI. "v6 I .3a&m 4J6piflI
I 7:05 p m 8:11) a m ArrlveNaatl'\'IIl! .....Le&ve ____ ,
Fort Barraaca 8
'fo:00 arrive at : ipv I
lu t h-t. but if w e had been WILL EXHIBIT IN p.m
( fully I nently Irom the railroad Lu@iness. Trams leave Fort Barrancai for ftnta 7:51am: .1I& m Arrive _lAolavllle .....Ltave 9:15pm 8:45105
vqul.ped the .bailees would have been oola at 7lI am 11:511a m Arrive..clnclnnati..Leavs i 6pm I 11:5pm
I Bond Has Been Made. Pensacola for Two 7ltam 1rIpm Arrtvs. ..Mt.hnuiLeave 4:15pm :f.6plll.-
asiln-t us. It was a "i">t where no one Days OnlyON
I at Pens&cola._. 8:00
arrive a..11
l11\1ll"talltI uprlcbt to u-e an as, and I Sparta, Ga., Jan. 3.: -The report pub. 11 tic p. m. arrive at 1"e11'aoolaI1:60 p.o PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

every fifth or Fivth wave: rose njht; I lished from this place that Tax Collects I 2iR) p. m. arrive at Peaiaoola ..... 1-43 p.nI

1 t o\irit. I W. M. Yarbrcuh had failed to 3Ioiu1a>' :nulTues!
make his bond is in error. He has m.arrl'ftlat Peaiaoola.__ --
l We believed onot the imprisonedmm 8.45: p. 1.10 B.
1I:1 6 pm 7:00 am ''Leave..Fensacola.Arrlve }!J:50 5tS! PID
0 I pm
to lit? Williams and the otlur the made his bond and his conuaiealcn! has I i ..* ..' January lU) i ',aturc1a" only U:15 nIght 7:18" ._ f.obt'ml&,_ II);," "' II\ "
I WKK: : U::!!) 7:1" Yniestra_ 10111" ft:.
TAR: FOX DATS.Peniacola I.
been issued.
I I1nlt'-aII. We 'UhIl catch their words I II ..
( _ Giving Two Grand Performances 11:13" 7:111" _Jsc&mbla.: .4 10:32" 0..7
I pretty' plainly! but they seemed un.lbltj A NIGHT ALARM. to Fore Barrancaand relora uPeniacola t UJ5":: 7:23" __ MauL __ lo: 6;"
I Each Diy at 2 and 8 o'clock to Navy Yard and .
I returnlOtP"III.oola 1:39" 7:2'3" __, H&rp __ 101" 6:611.: .
to male out our replies.Ve could do Worse than an alarm of fire at night : p.m., Rain or Shine. to Palmetto leach and renrAIIl 12:50". 7:36" .U. _G'ltCIt1_ II 10:15" 6t7..
nothing fur them but ditided to n- of whichsoundsllkethecbildren'death I Uffl' Tl9 Milton __ I. 10:10" 61.; .
i U the cough .
brassy croup, SUNDAY ICHBSUOI.When : .. ..
main by the wmk for a day or two in knell Admission 25c. 1:11II am _... .. _Good P.acge..... _, .: .
Only weather permits the running c 1,65, h !I'15" __ HoU_ __ 1:36" ':46..
: hope of aid from some cratt. At sun- and it means death unless something open' coaches. tQ"! 8.t: Milligan __ 11(1" ':11..
Bit' the \\lnd died away, and the night i* done quickly. Foley's Honey and Children Under 10 Years of Age 10V. Lean Pent -oola. Lv Fort Barraatu 8:51 8;. _.CreIlTtew._ 1:11" 4,JO..
9 a. m. 10 a. m 1:00":i 8M": K _Depr Land 8tJ6" ..
was without a zl'l'hrr.1 !sunrise next Tar never falls to give instant relief I Take the Children to lee our Little Baby 11 a. m. II m. 1:28" 11:10" Mossy Head 8.0" 5:15 .
morning the first object our eyes lighted and quickly cures the worst forms of Lions and Pretty Little Ponies. p.m.. 1p.m. 4:08" ':85" U .JeFunlakMprlngs.. .. 8:111" '::13..
*>>e Komeo the Largest and Heaviest
on was an English tratllp'ttw.'r croup. Mrs. P. L. Cordier. of Man- >I I Lion In Captivity and Mary tbe Greatest ip. m I p.m.ip.m '"::111".0' 9 1'67':" _PODce_ Argyle de LeoD.-_ 7:28"7:" :I 251 2ll U

:or bound from New York to Japan with! nington. Ky., writes: "My three I i'! Performing Baby Elephant in America. 1. 4 ,. m p p.m.m 0:00": .. 10:10': U =-_..WestsIIIe__ 7:17" I IM; .U.
old girl had a severe case of Golden 5:05 1:44
Grand Street Parade 10'1&
oil and close aboard of We year at noon I 5p.m. PIIl. -- C&PWvllle- 7:12"t "
coal us. t
croup; the doctor said he could not Each Day. i p.m.. 'P.... '.118" 10:11II' U _floDlfa_ ; li.1'7::. ..
hut it had 8a.
wreck _
looked for our disappeared. 8:00" 10f7" Chlple1 _
1 live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey fAll FOB SUNDAY 18" 125 noe.
Free Walloon Ascension and Parachute 8aJ" 11:01" __Cottond&le_ : ..
The mainmast lay flontine I and Tar; the first! doe gave quick relief -i i Jump at land7p.m. Don't miss It, from j'e&iaeclt to an Bamaeti 5 a" 7:00" 1II"::: _Marlapna U 590 U lCii4:
about but the hull and Its tangle and and saved her life" Refuse sub- ;>I the I I \era and return____..._ MPeniaooia 7:80'. 11:60" U _C1prplI._- 6:38": 11f5: a"ID

Jts prisoners had gone to the bottom ofthe tjtute.V. A. D'Alemberte 121 S.Palafox I to Palmetto Beaea ins 7.0" 11:52" U _Orand Rldge...... ":3'1" II';:!
;; ratarfl___ .
I' II Shaw Gnui DI West Gari&n St.1 -- III 7M It 12:1.16 non _..- 8npadl -- 6: 1". ll "

sea. M. QUAD. street. i I I I So treiint eivea she 1:11", a. 8:16". 12:16" A.rrl'feR1nr f 2ngUon.Leave-., --. 610-I lO'_ .._

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day a party of English tourists Early hatched pullets make the best Ms' Pills Bank Circulationin National REMOVAli.<< t'I t.. ";1,.<, :'k '-I 1't tt. ; !l

pastil through: Jowcuskl, In China winter layers. i (i'' : ;} )3 c
and stayed Ions; enough for one of the One of the most beneficial foods for !"
is linseed the United States could i't' !\}
Lidirs to lose a handglass in the Jlnnfcisha poultry meal not .' { 4 3';:;

I 1 in which she had ridden. The laying: hens like a variety not will After derive utter'penoiu of a billow habit purchase the assets of The Jacob Morris t r t 1.

\Vhcn Kiki:: Ti-um the owner of the only in the soft food, but in the grain. of these pOIs. Uyoahavelbcenf one Mutual Life Insurance Company a .. 'tI u "; r

-.,.In'IP, saw his find he looked It over and The destroys guinea many fowl is Insects a great that forager hens [DRINKING TOO MUCH, of New York.Total HAS MOVED FROM RAILROAD I.;- jt iti." 111

intently and with the most astonished will touch. the) wffl promptly relieve the nausea, STREET HISOLDBTAND: i.a tt
not circulation of all National Banks in the United ". .Y'
the worlJ.As HEADACHE r- 1.
f. "In The hens will lay better and be better _-. butts:: September 30 1901 136 East Intendencia
I live," I" cried, "thlsjjs! the portr "contented if supplied with a box of ud nervousness which follows, restore Street } f IIf ui}' dear father, dead< these four fine dry earth for a dust bath. t mra.b. appetite Elegantly and aurar remove coaled.doom)' feele $323,900,000Asts Here you will find a Full Line ofMM ; q ,

T. rf The Leghorns are popular with those rake No nf The Mutual t
Substitute. Life In. Co. of New York
(.(,in!: honif he hid the glass in an old who do not desire to raise chicks, they lamer than those of any other company in rxistcnce$35Z,8Ooooo are. ; !! Eii Kilctfn Furniture, ; .if

,r. of earthenware and said nothing being uouMtters and good layers. Mattresces I i '' '
I Carpet, Rugs,
it !it to his young; wife. I'oultry farming doesn't take a great f. i.: '. r
a.r. tings Quilts Stoves
till'! next few days Kikl Tsum A deal of land but with good management Mat'I t. ; i

1 imrinz' ,irnl, under great excitement Day the harvest comes every day. Lazy Liver Since organiiation! holders this Company o\er has pall policy. thing Line at in Moderate the Prices* -} for;; 'I '!} :::l.' l;

J i..El.t lie thought about the portrait In arranging the perches In the poul 1* H ,; .t

.' lm.l fi.Mu-1." and frequently he left e try house have them far enough: away alt have been trouble a great deal $569 I 59,000 Cash or on! Its Instalment! Plan. ::1' n '
hoi or I.IS work to go and see if his from the doors and windows to avoid with a torpid liver which produce. It'
MOTHERS DO YOU KNOWthe tlon. 1 found CASCARHTS claim ':{I '
to be all '
: still in Ihs drafts. you ,
'S possession.Tt'e which : ni. '
Mire for them,and secured luch relief the Stet trial u more any other company in the world J.' .
.:i wife, l ecame BUiweious.uld many so-called birth medicines and Soaked lime pi-iced in the drinking that I purchased another supply and was completely lus disbursed *' ..
most remedies for women in the treabnentof cured. I shall only lie too glad to a ":J, .1. 'f
..-uld. : lie with an anx- water will often cure hens of reoimmenJ Every Woman
laying Write
!'' s; appear her delicate contain Cascarets whenever the opportunity today fur Where shall I Insure 1" :!h.t. \
,,,,i- ", ., :itnl li'ave, with one steeped less opium morphine organs and, more 01 shell-less eggs unless it is a disease! of If presented." J.A. SMITH t" r t 11 t It Uuenu tend tliould know :;t- rt

,, .n.iu. "':" she mused. Still later Do You Know that in strychnine most countriei? the egg passage as is sometimes the 28M Susquehanna Ave.. Philadelphia Pa. THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Ai''. I'f _:{+C Iwut the woiKl rtuJ '*-.J,i'J.' 'f

....' .: ux'T'-il that Kiki! Tsum before druggists' are not permitted to sell narcot case. CANDY COMPANY OF NEW YORK 1' c&s(

-if it a point always to ics without labeling them poisons? .
r' : IT It. : CATHARTIC RICHARD A. McCiRDV, President : : '
", .1!, :1.' .' little back room for a Do You Know that you should not The Capitol and the White Home. QJTIIADt 2 ,"fBi Iilk.w.l.u.a J. i''i ',-: ..'
I I"
; ... 'I'i Ion 1 The key to his secret take internally any medicine lor the ,i The street urchins of Washington: today CECIL AVILI.CO.V, Manager J.k1 rdr.eLlara 3t ", .

I' 'a,,: pal; t ',. -Itn '\vliere in that i pain accompanying pregnancy. I would hardly know 1 by the names Jacksonville, Fla.H. MNIt.L.arowplnu If li'mnn t xipplr III a w "-.t. t- f .to'
: i i. ", 'i 1" 1 title it her business! I is applied>> You! Know externally that Mother's only? Friend assigned them on the original maps the rita/ta axlatlatp II. HOUSTON .Agent CHIirr. InilH-llj t.N 4, fntrt Ullll|>fcrn.liuraml U pivM. A rjj .: ;
I two chief buildings planned for the full innii-uUm rtirw'ln In-
," -t _, t, :ml there was not a Do You Know that Alothcr's Friend Pensacola, Fla. rljb.lolaillM. MHtIL.O., 4 t

!j' .,' i :;'...[luit.or decoration in the I I Is a celebrated prescription and that it national {',(pita!. The capitol was then I Room Ko TlmfB Kdg.! New York. %t :

.'. IJ] .lli.t i turn inside out but I has been in use over forty years, and that I the "Corgi-ess: house" and the White 1 PJ!<-s.lInt. Palatable. Potent. Taste Cond. Do -- <

.' '. \. "- an! in lain. Finally ale I each bottle of the genuine bears the name I House the ''1'p..i'l'nt's house." The i Oootl. Never Sicken. Weaken,or Gripe.' tee lic.ajc. Try the NEWS Want Column. jtndng's, tile Sfsor -C. ilv; 'I' f t tTiTie1'
of The EradfielJ intended for the front in eachbuilding ... i. i li> r hu liaiid at the mo- II Regulator Co.? I exjueure CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ;
Do you know that when you use thiremedy : Las since become for practical Sterling B..s, f..|....,fhlof..Hutml,5.. ,..*. 120 :'*- i "
'- dins: ; the pot in whichr
lose lea\rs. Kiki Tsum.M I during the period of gestation I 1'l1'1'-I'S the back. The capitol was" : lro'TD'Dac fi'M all drug- _"-:' ;'ell_ .iewFY1. ;r....TIT', ___ .., _...._- l'' ': ,
that will! be uhLUETubaco '. ,, 1\
I you free of pain and beat made to face east but landowners gists : UdWL 'W4-"- tlrV '_"\0,,,," __. _. i' '
>' nun quickly invented healthy hearty and clever children? II I ; : ;
luiitiuii of his I' these pushed up their prices se> that the city -- -- .- --- WE HAVE ON HARD AND ARE RECEIVING DAILY THE : !, "
"I'i f.\: |> carryHe Well things are worth knowing. -- : :
lie'il.: The jiot had: $>ti*>d T;.:y are facts. Of drnggfcfs at I be persuaded to a substitute. I The White llou e was made to face NTED-Mupr :; Fitter |E 1 1 1 ,st
:II 1 only, and lit had I been try V' CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. ; (
the Our little book "AiotKcrhooJ" tree. I the 1'uteniac river on the south, after i (outside), $;)0-1 per diem. Au 4,
J j I.; nrrect negligence of uth-
INc CRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. : the fti-hOllllC: the Virginia mansions of !i examination will be lucid at the '
Atfepta. Cam
I its day but is thmiirht of bj the American ( Navy Yard, Pen coh, Fla., January [m.;J FRUITS, NUTS, CANDIES, SEEDLESS RAISINS, 1(|; >
I. .\ -. p"sii 13, IJU3! to fill the above po-i-itioll. -.JJf: .
people as facing lYnusjUania avenue AND ALL ARTICLES :\ ; ,
:, ..j', t r pHNlliy, but he had I For application and further '
eir toward the north.-Youth's .4dat. TO PUT ix YO ECEI'i.J'J I
1 .
iv. L:'1; :n'r<>-s the street wlie-n she rose pot ana darn: eli.-pute its sinful information address "Commandant, tl ii') ....... ,(']
Companion. I Navy Yard Pen-aeola Fla. WILLIAM .... .... 'j,
: il 1'1"| m a hair and liiiur.l \purport Take! \Vatchoverit. Carry ;
," :: .\ injurious:' slalt'tbin11: : (' I it on your heart. I don't want to I H. MOODY, Secretary of tl/.eAT ; NEW YEAR CAKES:: :' ;' :-
I Women and Their TronMr*. Navy d31oaR3wCHOICEST (tl) I'J'(
.1 i v j'1 i r.iiv a'nl brought; it up| tot see it. The nion>ter- the ugly I face' I | FRE, c'Mine: it. Oh, e-rr. 1 truth, "r.ut I daft understand:' gapped: I, Once upon a time two \\ Ul'n'I''re :- e- i

ra.i of a wr '
telling her tale of the :
one was woe
"I'I'1l i Kiki:! TMIIU a model hus "You elein't, elon't you : eriesl the little OF ALL KINDS.
other wasery impatient to tell tiers.l'intily .:., I.:'> ; ,
I understand it
'uman.11.. but
'Hi' p' ur gill sat d'Wll11"011 "
; after several unsuccessful -oF- M FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ); i tJ .
1',1110\,1' in the frame. 1'
.1 rid e-ne"l bltt.rly.: That, then, all that woman I )

'.,- n ; why ln> came home 1'1) :Ne w it is'cauee Kiki Tsuiu's turn to attempt, till: second0111:111 managed |;' ROBERTS & DAILY I <.*'> :rr. .!
Tinfei' ur injury! pave way grow ansry. "That picture," he said, to tell her story and as she had the f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONER( 1 MI 't I
last she improved much on ( )
>oT of ntl-i'ti-in.: : e fur till IMH'trait and now some time ago! in Ill)' carriage, thinkingthe ;: : -
of which the first Iri(;. I'cn.aeola, ria. ? : ; J.
"fi'..1 ih:it Kiki T-nri "l1u.IIII'I( gods had sent it to me" To save it speaker was j, ... ,.
0. APOSTLE'S m .
made quite unhappy.' I- ; -"- .'--' ;_._. .
.r.r;; . I
III with slid\ a CiI..e..t.s feuolle-n ai.d kip it secure I placed it in the -..J'0" ; ::-... vd.Iittir.W.W 'W- ',_- .'t'- I ;: ,
Moral. !Some women are more I t
> )1:11.! Jind l .Erlr-lIul now the rose iMlt" .t. ,
14 East Gtra nnt St.
wretched than others because the other j I J o'j '
e.prts-td rasitf and ch'iite lupt. "Yeui must think me an idiot cried ."

; 1 '!< I II'f':1IIll' frihtened. No; she the wife1. "IIa\-t I not known jour father ha e more troubles than they lIa ve. j Formerly Cordova Restaurant Rtai.t A LEG, A WING, ; '1

',"fir I I..J, at the tiling: again. and :.i 11 I finable: to distinguish: ; I I -New York Herald.I 11 I, One car-load of Pineapples at U.'( .

.1"'" .r. >v' .It''I"nd''IIt., Life In- between the face of a man and that ofa j ;,,10 $!.OO per dozen. AND A CUTTING OFF 4' ;

". s pi.t north Ihing: and as to WulllJ II?" Mark Tunln on LTfDJ I I
,'!.;.I .'1', flic, eoull nut think of The two continued their wordy battle Why will you humbug ycrir! elves I r > THE BREAST OF A NICE -' J i. i'1f ,

.. l J.i..Li TNHIII :l1'rin.llwiJlt! in which: iM-came more tierce every with that foolish notion that no lie is a ,1 1 TURKEY FROM ..-

L! f wayt-hutisht'd! to lind minute until the neighbors sere lie except a sicken one? What is the The Beer 1 i \

i 1'1;' \\ile awaiting! : him. 'Irllllo: t'll. They sent for the Tillage difference: between lying with jour eyes } ,

"i MI I: ..Hi. he male! his way (priest..'1 lilt'. to.My I rc.-(children tore order." he said The, "whatare bonze and ,lying and with i if you your would mouth reflect? There a mo-illUUill' That Made j ; 1)|{ \\WATERS\ &(ffi 10., ,!:

t'n- u.' it UK nt yon would see that it is (.0. There 1
: fur? Tell
-iy you your jou iniarrelin me at ,
"' a .; I\h:: uf niari once so 1 may try to decide who is the Isn't a human being that d x>ii't tell a : l'Y 1U. I R TLMUe For Your CHRISTMAS: DINNER. Call drop us a line or telephone us ((1 't.

". '.t.urt'1j,1r 1:: \. pat who guilty party' ; gross: of lies every day of his b/#.- ; UIHhHH! wl. I and your wants will be promptly attended M. I I

i !' lig:: ::1:0.1 l: iu..r Uiaa'i-! "rather,. fxclainu'd I.ili Tsar, "Ill)' : Mark Twain in llJrIl1 r'l. I I I, flfil
i iI I
I husband secreted the picture of a woman I: II.1\WATERS & CO-, :;:: j
II i- I'\. ':.iul t! KikiI in my ruse pot. That caused all\ Cntt'nll1tJn I VICTORIA "j .

I ,. 11'I. :!nd Iii n h.- this trouble'." I EIll..rlllul't'1'1 am sixty i -nirre and "iIS South Paliifox; 't reel' |':ml Luildiug.) ./., ,
j,.i!. I I.'" 1'Tdl f hale::::\1)11.(1011.) I .
"I swear I newer INssesretl another I \Ve have: th' Choicest Cuts of Western and ] tome Mem also Chickens !
I J' t I'!::- I 1:0: |-ISI'." Pair Young 1'hll1lI'1J'i'e\ you ananswer MADE KY ACME' I5RE\VIX(5 CO
!but I ;.
portrait that of my sainted sire and All Vegetables. 1'elephuhe: No. U '. oJ 1 I. L '! .... '-You"i the day after tomorrow. willhate i HhST: 10-CKN: I tO t\IK IJKKi; .I'.f'I
And\ the husband raNe'd his hands to : t.
.v mi !'ir iji IJI'a\'I'n. ? to figure it all out in the mortuary | IN TOWN.iDfliNNHEISSER.
f i t'l
"ChiUre'ii. chiMren., sail the hhlyJtlll'r. tables. BROS I :

with much dignity "11 .Cllrc HALL & KLEIN ; : :
deeide jour Iuarrdl.t mo SIC the por-
: mule: I stoIiMl wuz only wuth
1 trait.: I L V HarperALTO Whistcy.HARD.
.. I ?"II." said the Georgia dark ', "en blessme :
W' '. t' -"iiacli: i; wl ak the wt'o'.e: I I It Wan handed: to him and the bonzelnokeel 'I } I I 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. :
-, if de lawyer didn't charge $"iO torpioe
i I': nun \ ak also '
\ b
into the : steadily for a 'I'l
stomach< we receiveId' minute enlonger.; Tlien he shook hisWhite I me iUlIl'rcl'lIt-\Uallt:1: ConUi : : ;
I: -5 wcjkiip*., tution. Staple and Family Groceries {
-utT ."...' Tc..i-S ClF '\I'I' : head mill decided in a voice ring I[
N i -i \ Ii EAUACIfE.ISIUItiE TIuN. i ill: with 'I It h..rity"IIU are bath In A molt Is the cum that rises uplmstwhcu

I'I.'t' \J IIIX AMI LIVER TkOl'lt- tile wrons.: This picture represents' a the nation Loih-Drylll'u. Select Meats: Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. j} ;
/1- J-.r. tni-e tuii i venerable and holy m.:.u. It i is a w under I I, .

I '.I.. i letter iu..,ticii.r than Hosin to me joei did: nit rl'l'II.ui7.e the Never light a lamp with paper for t. '
t> 'ich Hitte-r'-. lr re'i saint: in it. I will take! it with me and I I i I ragm-nts of it are sure to drop off into I I Poultry Eggs and Country Traduce.! :

t'I J' ,'. KK*. 'f1A 1MTTLK aiidirelf. j j it"among tb-i holy relies eif our I I the burner. BRICK Telephone No. 358. t: j'i': ;Ft n

Tlien the !lionze blessed the young Young; women are employed as ushI '

HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH I hoopla after Kiki T um and I.ili Tsee I in the EdinburghJheaters.The I II I '

I Iliad made up and kNd and went AY'-rnt form 1 Liquors: r.

J way praising; the god-s for the great I
i ?
BITTERSGlitRiSKEEfs Multitudes are ringing the rraipsof
Uli-iweTy he had biro peimittc'el to I \\ 1 ON HAND I ,

uI1:.Le. I Kodol the new discovery which ,
FOR'creybody I.
I j is making; so many sick people well -- ,

Soplilmrj. I and week people strong by digesting; i '
1! "<"-imf ltah.'l'ein Jefferson," call-'el I what they eat, by cleansing and .
I ... 11/\LrfI .. : '
I I f f a 1 Ir.twm' 1l\1i!Iwr to a little ffllow in I sweetening the stomach and bytransforming : ,
: : thfir food! tutu the 1 1I ii
the raid. "I 1 duke tule J'o' ef je o' welltnt : 1I I

ejt! :sate: I'd wallop yo'. tome heap i kind of pure rich, red blood tt:at I -TO- M'THK !

:m" takeyn' .1uo: .'!" I makes you feel good nil onr.Irs.. j jf
Cranfill, of Tror. I. T., write, : Fori i !
:\; THEFINEST "Yo tTiint do! it. I lidli t so oaten, no : Barrel
I number of years I wa* troubled I House ;
ONE MILLION Reliable Kentucky
BRANDS i it- I clii! bed\ do f e nl'e-New YcTliOne I with ii.digetion and dy-pfp-ii ,,

'I 11o'?. : which grew into the wor-t f.trm.

OF THe 1 Finally I was induced to u-e Kudo! f
i j, !and utter usingfour bottle I am en
of Sec-nary'hnn'N SJorlen.
Purest I II i A man: In'isl twn ;::rl.. < >ue was I tirflv cured. I heartily recommend Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing s. A. Friedman "
Liquorsi I. Ked: d to all *utler from indigestion/ ;
benutifi'l. and but
\\a plain and djp?p-ia. Tak a doafter t
!'a fine !oill t'r. IIa\iiiK; heard' the axiom meiK: It digests what you *>it. PROPRIETOR.'I !
i 'ii: i SOLE :
j fiat! 11I>at1!; is but skin df, p. the man !1 rlrgi:\ \ riiannacy, John ht'p..lrd! .

....F amHy! or Medicinal Use.... i took htMl and niarrinl the plain sill.f ; iduey I ahll" __ --A ;
>n' cii>niiii!; he awol.e ail anted! nt I --- I art now receiving the Largest! suit m'Ft excellent as ortnint of ,I. 'f. ',

Ir!; I'OK Yon: his sl!'-'ping; wife1. Her hoiiu-Iint>s was ;, Foley's tionvy: and Tar I i : {:. t(1F
Wines Brandies and Gins
ipcrea--d by a falling mouth and a nxFoiniding cures colds, prevents pneumonia ;if'''opacity 50,000 Daily.i Liquors, .
Holiday KVERY DEflCRIPriOX. :
Sideboard nl-"'. As he1 gaz,el a doubt on I i
., ;! th" dom of his choice a-ciiled!\ the ,; If you wi-h to purchase: Christina Also the Finest and Largest: Line\ "f Ca-'e L' )ttted Goods.

man and grev to such iropnrtinns that I i presents for your children do not i Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. 11I! ;
1 Hal to call at Mrs. John F. Pfeitlr's.:
'.' ii tj U *till at thpcnrncrof in alarm for his marital felicity h" II I I
1"I I \u. 211 East Intendencia street. I guarantee honest measure, best quality nl lowest prices.;! Be sure to ;
,; 1 Int..jd. ncia streets, Shirk tin l l. epi'ls; woman by the amnul f flleplan Brick Co send your Chri-ttnas orders to ;. ,Yf
.10; b.-ton fr\r ,
vParand crie! to her. "Tor bl':1'I'u'ke., I t i !

n'-t( : I I11)I'l.: in("tnck but 15 tnp It AX Ch.'i'p,t Lib! wc.ke1 ui; and s't::; sonctLing.! In Eicambm County Circuit Court, State S. A. FRIEDMAN : ;i ;
DIES. Fine Barren Fla.
f''I': r.iladcpl.ia! Tf-kr:1rlt. of Florida-In chaucery.Louisa : ,
I 1 :; E EIC. These r
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d bv polite and allable I Vfc.C.W.I'M liolinaa. )> I 331 J u-h Fahfox Street, I". 0. Box {I'i. J'ENACOLA, FLORIDA. .

a". ,'- Here only you cm get tier etal. ) Ereaais t -
t' l.
: atcd g L'I On Monday the I'd day of February, \. It.Ituathedrfrndaat.Thi I iQE NYR3YAL\ I
!! i Jos.ecniitz drcwryOo.i -
N.C. Bowen Kentucky I <- > rorporatluu. Smith Iro8. 4 Co., A .--... .IrIe.1 DR" ir..t.w !
Whiskey. I Ltd. a corporation.John \Villtaiin.. dn- pl' -. ''''S.tFi.. ....... ' J. E. DUBUISSOX I? BROTHER a
:1: Years 01! 1.! '' r'LJ B t iature la on crag box ef the gcnnlnai2iative3rorao ': lag busmeta as Taylor & Williams W. K.I f.l;-\"K-i.,.. fiiiiUKrKi.'.,. t:. t.II',1I I
T I Ih 'I I uri>t>.tjt-o. K.SotmiJajsurtmai: : : partner t.> .KID-- 4old.. 'r" .n t .K b' a.'... ( omil-It TAIUHGOV AND IMKM>SO:,( i\ sTiiKht' '
tl. Quinine T wets I Lot ,'i ""D'bp" Ii : : :
old .
lie .
st w.jhv'II/ oglp in the late arm c.t (ijisu. Aymarat'u.J ;..:. :i. ;r' ".. .. ..'t.t..J." i .
:l.J, and i is the remedy that caret a cold In one eJaj. fiuelow.aoing LU3iDe: :t at Iruslow A r..L rr tl .., ', rf "t .y.a ... .t ,0 I.. t.
di-pen-ed Co.. W. li.; brlkuap A 10., a corporation. r :-, I; rulers in 1 JI
'"V"- tine gallon: to one I 'Win. Crawlora Jus. E.1l1ul'l.. Louis 1 'too u.atr..t.eM..... .J' ..w.-. I
Iu. E. W. PEAKE -cbottfhos. M. )iua arthy. lhf. W. An. -\-} .' r. +ol1' 1 '. n'ta. w a.1..,
e' h. !*rtn.mi..le.i and Groceries
Hunch. n tni"h AqinrtlJ I I nistoa.Win. V. Buchanan sId; W. U. herns '. "II'.., ... I tug: Choice Staple Family e : ; r:"
Ii ,partners a,0\UoUII. McboU: 1'I
1. I"'HP"! at.d other i i Electrical contractor and builder, Mlik Co.,
br-u d 1.0ork Condensed a
: I II' > corpora 1 Our (Goott a1-" Received Fre h Daily. They ar* too mcy to enumerate: ,
Wine, will do electrical work ti tton.The American tobacco(;u., a corpora-
Lquorand; >t-
your ..
I h the Bei-t this Markft l\ and be r
Warranted can
tiun.a d W..h..rt TuUacco I'o: a eorp"ratiot CUr.E: YQURSEtF i and are to f1 ,
1 -
in..,,sork. chs i style: and at rp\.olllbll'; rae*. ,are rtrjuirtJ to appear to ihe bill nits! raAairuroro'tae'uri Rlicl on. \\> can nplicatf "IT 01'1"1' Oiv n IIi Dating the'
d s boO .trOI"lCE> lburner }Hp'C.111 bp fnund :n 30 South Palafox a>(Hinst tbfiu herein.ihlsorarristubepublUhitonv'e, diiclaa't1Itllilm"auol1l. Holiday and will Deliver Free to any Tart of the City.
1 J;"ii! '}11.) Oar a week i'r.uU"t or tilol 'erarsu 'i' t
Photle'13.To'r f>r fourcon-enutlre .et-k, in THE KAI VNfcUs. mncoui n. QUt nfS.
a neaspater: pubi>L-d to sail *: C. PaineN. and not bCna r
caiubacoucty. geuturlotsc uua, r
xz7.L': i
CHRIS THIESEN !I : l ; i i \, )I. McMltlAV. wed by Drng gt, S: P.O. Box 326. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro. .
near .
,tt. I Clerk Cirvutl Court or.-nt let li !a wrspp r, ,
(, i ;;&;; : 1 oIE.U} Hy: &. N.: lirKiov. I'. Ce'cn.aaota.ha.Lec.c.1 lr t-tnH, -frryi.l.tVJto I PHONE 66. ; I.
r :.> .\:a did Intendencia: .1.1I .i I c. d\lJBIIU" I !rcuiar, UT i nut bo'.ikt oa,rcqutat_7S. t l uu.ily: Grocer I

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All Don't Think Alike.There of Escambla Lodge No, 15, -
GIRLS A F. and A. M., 7:30 p. m.,

NEWS NOTESThere Monday, January 5th.
Visiting brethren cor- 3
are some people who will i not ride VICTORIOUSDEFEATED invited.
upon the electric cars-others do. There A.A-_ HARRY W. GIBBS. W. M. STYLES

are also some people who still think the will be a !special meetin of Secretary.Now ..of. .* SHOES. .'t .''
primeval method of using sour milk and soda AN ACCRECATION OF the I. 0. B B. to-night at 7:30 is the time to order your

for leavening bread is the beat. They ,, o'clock. All. members are urged tu Christmas cake, such as fruit, pound 1 THE
attend. ornamental or any: kind of cake, at
haven't tried "GOOD LUCK" Laling I I MALE BASEBALL PLAYERS PfeiSer'a Steam Bakery.
Powder. One of the mot prominent candidates -

I 1 YESTERDAY.With 1 spoken of for city marshal at JUST received, a beauti-- $3.50

I I the coming June election is Mr. Fred ful assortment 'of Neckwear 1

Richmond, Virginia. I -- Schad. Mr. Schad is wellknownand for the Holidays at KIND
-- ---
-- -- --
popular and will doubtless receive Son's.
the mercury dancing near Wm. $

the freezing point and a cold wind a large vote. FOR
siiTYEVOOSl The monthly meeting of the Pen-
blowing in gusts from the northwest }"
I sacola Library Association will be r. T| AUNCH

yesterday afternoon, the champion held tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoonat $3.00PA

\ Bloomer Girls clearly out played an 4:15 o'clock. Some very important =$
aND PE1IIUL cs i iI rub, ...FOlt... ,
l I aggregation of picked Pensacola' business awaits the attention of

the the members, who are urged to attend l U.
baseball players, defeating
$ S2 rSs s25CsasCJ I promptly. CHARTER
young men badly in a score of 9 to 4
Hon. B C. Tunison is in Washington -: They are Patent Kid, Vici Kid, Dull Kid Tops
i ,
and amazing the half a thousand
ou legal and other busmen. The Elegantly Equipped
spectators by their dexterous hand- MARRIED AT Naptha Launch CUPID Good Year Welts, in Button, Blucher and
Frank Sutter, the expert, 5 h today ,, ,

moving into the new residence on ling of the sphere. MYRTLE GROVE with Parlor Car Fittings, ; the Armo, besides they are

Baylen street, between Strong and ,I The game was umpired by I'hil i iI for a trip on the bay or for ,

DeSoto, with hU family.Miss I Sanchez who" is by no means a a crlli. e.Accommodations. I I Guaranteed Goods. .

Sophia Holme*, after spending ; stranger to Pensacola baseball en- i i J. F. McNair and Miss Ruby for 40 I

the holidiys with her pareuts. thu,ia-u. It was a clean game ,, Moore were married yesterday after- passengers- i i I i )-Coome_ and Take a Look at Them.-(fa

has returned to her school! duties atMontgomery. throughout and nobody kicked noon Myrtle Grove, and after the Rates very reasonable. I

Ah. the event was appropriately -
about nut getting the worth of their celebrated. The contracting par- Landing-Pine street. MEYER SHOE CO.

Mrs. E. A.Tyler and son, Hoy, from ,
i money. A great many ladies graced I I ties are both widely known iu Pen. CAPT. STEARNS,
Chicago, have arrived and are stop-
I i the grand stand by their presence. I j i sacola. Master. Feet Furnishers for l'a..h Only.
ping at Winter Rest on West Gregory '
street. They are hero for the : The contest opened by Lewis for The finest line of umbrellas in the -- -- -- -- -- 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

winter. the locals giving two of the visitors city is at J. Stephens'. Go loot LODGE DIRECTORY L.. ..._- .....IT...'_'.i-. ._. _" ... __ ...___ ....__ _.iT1 .._.. G, .
The Clerk's Union will hold very : their base on balls. A third "bat- at s .h-<' W- : W ," .. _." _."sss.- >i tI .". -'_i, 1.7.1,. .._,

important meeting Wednesday even : tress" tiled to short and was caughtout i i R I,I IJ. II,

log at Plo o'clock( at the regular I by Dillon: Touart. The base- them.MARITIME. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS :; ; .January Selling.; I

meeting placa in the old armory >
runners were thrown out. Penll&cla Lodge No.3, K. oIl .

at which cards will be i issued. All The locals for their in- meets every Monday evening 1 ..AT...
members aro urged to attend I came up at 7:30: at Castle s all, ;J; it(:+l lr

t: promptly. i: ning. Maud Nelson wa and in the box hit Spun ss 1f'onora.l..ltl.ARRIVED.Brminza Cienfue- \ Viiiltiog In BnlMlng tbe brethren,third Bloune.Watbon floor.cordially THE BIG STORE .

f I Mr. Nicholas Holmes has return I for the female players: was got to Gulf Transit Co weloomed E I r; ii;

ed to his architectural studies in freely. Mullen hit to deep left and Br:Cary:0 ss l orredge:724. 1'artrldge, Galvestonto H. HOESLKB J. A. LYLE c.:c.

i Chicago after spending the past two I: scored a home run. This was expect. Uulf ilr Transit ss Ulanton CoUerssKndaHorn 1U41. LElsk, Tampico to L R. A 8. I Means Loss to Us, but Gain to the Customer !f;IE J JIf

weeks with relatives In Pensacola. I ed of Mullen.In 1581. Hubsch, Mobileto

Mr. Holmes is connected with the the fifth innipg, when the score Southern States Lumber Co meets every Damon Tuesday Lodge evening No. 13 at 75Di:! 1. atl' :
firm of Sutclifle, the designer i of the : SAILED. Hall corns Palafox and Gard..nstreets. i
new Christ: Episcopal church here. : stood 4 to 0 for the locals, the fair terUutu Dutch ss Jeanne>ui. Kinnerer for Itot-' Visiting Knights J. ALIIEKT cordially JOII.NSON; invited., If Special Sale Monday and Tuesday il il.I

: visitors began: to pick up and from IANiiRnuly. c. C. 1
A. L. Lan ellier, the hustling hud K. of I'. & s.
I then to the last kept the locals from THE SHIPPING. II; In Skirts Shirt Waists Cloaks Fine ;
agent, will leave tomorrow for an 6 1
tho north- scoring. Their own runs were I. O. O. F. .I )
extended through I
trip VESSELS IX FORTSTEAMSHIPS. Dress Fabrics, Silks, Knit Under7127: :'
1 ,.., ..
west. Mr. Lan{ellit-r i N rejoicingover tallied with alarming frequency and .

the recent sue of I'iO.WU{) acres the crowd shouted themselves hoarse I'.r Karlswood, 1M, Brown toW B Keyb Pensaeola IxnTge; No. JJ E:j l wear, Clothing, Etc. l l!
hi* I'nS I meets every Thursday evening at 7:3' atRafardball.biy
of land in Calhoun county by when the final result declared ?d Kmmanuel&II. Myer, toOuif Tran-
was West Intrndencia blreet.

; syndicate New the Fulton company off i great The deal boys of said charity they but exercised one of the a I sit Boer hutch+'pan'ot 1<1". I'-!:!,, I;$;j Unlf,'!"t' -nsnoto Transit Hit('01Ku.t..IlIJrt'c1lt 'I'' Visiting J.O.V Secretary.AMERICAN cordially.J. E.imltrtii.LO. l;. N. .li.I : 'I E1..b;! r lmm ij !! ad mn\i\ QI .;. KI Kf fi!

: Mr. and Mrs F. 15. O.borne, i.l Br Jacob Itright,17.41. Ao"' l't'nsacOli' I
girls aid the statement would be Lumber GUILD. I.!!! !1.Ii !
Jacksonville, t of )lr3.1'. II.Ksberts
are ;;u No. 11 ICa-t Gregory street,, allowed to stand for the impartial Koscneld;j. , Kix M Kotiti- I

i mother Mrs. Osbonin. The vi-it- judgment of those who witnessed sonHr Tbornly I1*?, Major, lOW L Witticb Pensarola C'liaptrr No. OUT. (i) i
& Oo F. E. BlttWNFR. 1'. LtSIlIt "TRI'TII.
fug lady ha* many friend* iu thi-I Br Windsor, lrnn.xithtoGulf Transit Co Secretary, Governor.INSURANCE .

t j city, the scene of her childhood, and thelpme. Nor Charles Dlckeus 1111'-,".1.p5. Borrensen to 1 I; lUillinm! 3oju00tt! & son.N 1\;

they will all be delighted to) know ol orderIt .

her presence. Mr. Obnneiagenl iLATE TRAIN Its.,115"tJdvoniB. 1N 9., liih Dncto., Maggiola toordfr, to Simpson Thos NIt:{A &
: ........... \
for the Southern \ .t 1'0 I I I .4".4. ': ._- .....- .- .. _' .-J
Express companyat ., .. ; --. -_ ..-.. _
It TroJ'in,152 I, Bertalotte. to orderIt ,,,__! __'_- I _-_" _-_- !_-_.O'-.' _.,,' --. .:::.:: __- '.,7'
Jacksonville. Vanloo.:jI.OR O. to Kosasi-n tires
-- TUESDAY NIGHT It Vunduora. l. il.1'.rroul. loll 11 Ioyt
. tier Wilkoinmon I'tSJ Jrinips, to B F
i SIX HANDED Shorter Co AM
_nn __ I, or Wildwood Hvs, Nelson to SSL I: Co WWVWW4

PARTY The Terminal company will pro- i, BARK REAL ESTATE, aI
EUCHRE : I i Nor Ascalon.KlS. Kevertsen. toS8 L Co
vide a late train for its patrons tomorrow !!i It Kianca CIianon.'I.. Magnatdi toi No. South Palafox Street.
i i 1'urodi A Co
---- night which will leave: the Ital Bocclcin Uevello,6IH, kalnere, toll

p. A df'lirihtln1 six.handed euchrejurty city for points along the line after i j 1 I i'I 15'U a.i CesxreUVColnsta.toorder s*'-'<> Partial List of Desirable Dwellingsfor ALFRED IOOG
r I It Cavita L, t>7l, Killippml to l't'n cola Rent in Various Partsof I
was given n 'tlHl\.ly\ tifieruoon the opera house performance. Those I 1 Lumber
I It Kelicma .'t'rRrlI<:"J. Chlazza, toIVn the City:
-;ilvaihlwit0thr living: along the line will have an acola Lumber CoItal
4.yvrrILlt.l3e {;!5.00-:'.-story house, '
1 containing roomsa.
I arez.a.714. Ito-nttO. to RO-.BSCO HroStswed -
saest, Mr*. Gco. E. Werhau of :':opportunity to see the notable performance I Gladan.517; ftelaiid. lo W L Wit- upper I iiiwlfru and lower cimvi-nmnceh.Hnors. corner hath lot on.

Brooklyn, N. Y. Nino tables were and obviate the tif-ce- i,, order ticli ltd A 6eurgeslialeutlue,7t7 Co Simonetti nice boui>ard s, etc and, shruhhery.No. 714 Edit, stable 1.lIltuabtr..t. ,out- n 0 WILL SELL {?#

tilled and: prizes were won by the ity of remaining: : in town over Nor 11 amlngza, t."$,Ommuo... t'n. to W 8 I s..i.0I-3.tory. boarding house containing
ni ht. I I K..y..r.1: oII : ..
> rooms known
i ; Manln. Mo so. vjii I. to .'Ollo"l..t CoItal B the Ponce dt
following players : Leon house, Ao. Hit
/ i Maria IMla.TiW.Uuardia, to Koauscollros Kan Intendoncla -

s First prize, a cut glass bon !bon : THE WEATHER TO-DAY. I $.i I.IM>-dnsirablB street. :!-slorv modern dwelling
II Ital\ Miro. f ll, farms, to order
j ,
rooms mot desirable
section of tin "Better GoodsFOR
Ital MNa: Hrl'l'co. !\'l'ntura, to order
)Ir.*. Hal Forbes.
| ,I It Xo.traa"'re,U15; CouaiRliere. or- city line.on No.a US corner:North on Jiarcelona: the siren street car

Second: prize, /gold jla-( ben bon i LOCAL 'OKF.t.'A'\T-ItBln tonlxiit; Tuesday derAust Posrkicb. *>1. Mandik. loonier fO.I'! )Large 2-story dwelling. In rooms
dish, Mrs I. H.Aikeu.Consolation atranJ cooler, with want x Inlli I It ensaculu, bimynette, to t'arodi & fronting vllle street$(|uare.. No.;)') Fast(4oventtuent l i
, ICu .
-- .
( ()-Comfortable
prize, cut l.H"a e, I Temperature in Last 24 Hours: I It lIall'n 1'aolBugelo
; Maximum.....__............ ..... ..... .. ;:;:degrees Co of the city, situated on North i
Miss Dai-y Hyer. Mioimutu .................. _. ........ ..... H degrees: Hr Hollo h'sJenkins, to master streets.hasten between Strong and Del-ton
Booby prize, bisque caudle stick, Ital Norfrignd.h>1 deozo.7111.uuonettl Pet terson.sulllvan, to order & CO I 5.lM2- tory dwelling In good order with
M rooms three doors from the bellline
Temperature Elsewhere : "I I, ding to orderltel :
Nor Huperb
Mrs. J. 11. Kellar. has gas and water
Tilaaia.!>, (.ar uilo,toorder
;i Mln. .Vat.I I No. 210 North Barcelona Street Same
The time was pa *nd very pleas: i I .Atlanta? ...._..... :*! 4)H1s.lnrck It Ital Tro Vermont.>nto, l1Mi i. Hotu'l, Razetto o. to, order to H 8 L Colt : 1'0.OU-l-sterydwelhngIrooms:! city water, Money,
... ... 1'I> aXU. Kosasco Bros bath gas, with large corner lot, >'o.
antly. Amous; the guests were Miss I ChICI\10 ..... .. ....... ... .... ... i.f|r Vesuvln Wlnd-brant Caeace 12!\i, Jloa to l'I. to master: I *>2 West v/rtgbl slreet.
I Cincinnati_' ...._.. _......... jr; : ; Kus Ystatat.5i4Aattoneuto 81' buotter I 113.7o--l-stolydwelling.! II rooms, newly papered -
Lillie Pierpont of Atlanta, G 1.; (4 iVf.ton____ 4! r.s and painted throughout on
'Huron .. ..........._? w :li Co belt line. No. 3!>iK EastOregorystreet.tl5.iSJ1story .
' Mrs. Holland of Detroit Mich., and | Jacksonville ._ <_' 54Kan.ii I ECn00N E ES. dweillug.cttywateraud bath,, OR THE
._.... 7 rooms half block of ground with
u w
j Miss Maiks of Montgomery. The |I hey Went.... .._..._.... OIl 7. Am\ Brothers Bent C Krltb.Twi., 1J5. Kelly Keen to, to IDaterAm order Cervantes beautiful shade street.trees, No. 7"l East

.t'' gu<*sts from the city were Mrs. I. H. I Memphis-.1i_ 8S .4'- ;) HJainlars.Axelsen, to matter J12.!>>-1-story dwelllo No 415 East Gregory -
1 Moutiom ._.-U4: \ Am ouve T W blttler, utt.Sanyer, toj street,5 rooms newly papered and
l ry
Aiken, Mrs.J. C. Avery, Jir+. L. t H.J Sew Orleans._. .__ !- 5J A Merrill olE CoNew painted. Same GoodsFOR
i New 1 ork....._.......? _? u 40Sitvaanaii til!i i-No.: U East Belmont street 5-raom
J Brown, Mrs. Caldwell: Mrs. Crtvey, ...__._ ..-.._ 4* jjst. Century Comfort. cottage city water newly painted,
Louis .__...___ .. .2s :ts In perfect. order.t1).5'So. .
] Mrs. Gillmore, Mrs. Gustave Eitzeii, Millions are daily finding a world lull North Alcaniz strbet. a new
house in good order with 5 rooms.
.. Mrs. W. J. Forbes )(rs. Bletcktr Captain Manry Goes to Birmingham. iof comfort in Buckl 'n's Arnica i |Ift.i.(-No.,, 1"i East Belmont Mtr"lIt. city
Salve' It kills Hums 'ott'ra neat & room cottage newly
Forbes, Mrs. Hal Fotbrs, Mrs Fer- Albany, Ga., Jan. 3.-Captain John I Scalds, Cuts, Bruises; conquers.1, painted and renovated tbruugbout
I a.a-so. IU East Lalua ,
a neatly
B. commanding 0 Al.
Manry, company ,
I o cild, Mrs. C. W. Hagermau: Mrs. Ulcers and Fever Sores: ; cures Erup- papered 4-roont cottage In good con
: i bany Guards left Wednesday night for tions,Salt Rheum, Boils and Felons; dition. large lot,city water.A .
; Jo'. O. Howe, Mrs. George Howe, i! Birmingham which place will be hla removes Corns and Wart Ue"t a large number list of stores smaller and dwellings offices tuii as ttENT"'fOll8S ,
I home. Both the local military companies Pile cure on earth. Only 25e.: at W. ,
; Mrs. Robert Hyer Mrs. W. K. flyer, I
D'Alemberte's store, 121 THOS. C. WATSON & CO., Less Money
were at the depot to see him I' A. drug ,
Leading Real Estate Rl'nlaand Insurance
Jr., Mrs. J. P. Jones, Mrs J. R. Keller Palafox street.
. ?}(, I I off. They gave him a round of rous- t South: i iI ii Agents, I$outhPalaloxStreet.

' J. Mrs. W. H. Knowles Mrs. F. M.Thig I i ing cheers and fired several rollers! i f

.i u, Mrs H. H. Balthis, Mrs. :; just before the train pulled out. Captain I PIANOS TUNED FOR $1.50.
Manry has been one of the most THAN ELSEWHERE."
f Storm McGaughey, Mrs. John --
,,. j I 1 popular officers in the Fourth regi, I
, A. 3l rritt, Mrs Fred Marsh Mrs. ment. He is .ne of the few expert You want a good piano thief to

I. Frank Dunn, Mrs. Thos. W. Brent, I[I sharpshooters In the state, and the i stay in Pensacola, still you holdback ,, s oK j
L Georgia state troops are unfortunate your order. Send it in. I have I
Warren Mrs. Pickett
Mrs. A. F. '
: in having to lose him. had 20 years' experience and have 1 II I

Jones, Mrs. J. Simpson Reese, Mrs. I worked In several piano factories. I

John StillUlauIrs.. E. E. Saunders: I J. I. STEVENS, Orders left: at Johnson's book store ( BD"K" NOTE ) ALFRED MOOG

Mrs, J. Frank Taylor Mrs. W. B. will be attended to.CHAS..
Wright, Mrs T, C, Wufon, Mrs. I ,
1 I Dealer in Diamonds, Sterling Silver -
Dr. Blocker, Mrs. :Rin ey, Mrs.
Jewelry, Watches, Enameled
Thos. Hannah, Mrs. W. J. Hannah, the captaio.ow CIGARSee
i Good, Toilet Articles, Cane, Umbrellas i
nor consignees of the Spun ss
Mrs. T. F. McGounu. Mrs. A. F. I Rings, Bracelets, Etc., Leonora will be responsible I -
for debts contracted by tbe
Mallory, Mrs. J. E. Abercrombie, Clocks Opera Glasses. crew of Bald vessel D. HALE WILSON
i We are offering for the Christmas B1STISZA, ,
and [the Misses Joe Challin, Mary I Quit Transit Co., Captain.

Challis, Annie LeBaron, Zoe Le- I holidays bargains in Diamonds, and Consignees. JUaNEITH that Each Cigar is

Baron, Daisy Hyer, Irene Gonzalez are showing a large line to select ER the captain own@r Real Estate and Rental Agent
and Fannie Caldwell. from. We have everything suitable ol the Br is ,
for Christmas or wedding presents, will be responsible
I contracted by tae
Hot French Waffles with and will take pleasure in showing crew of said veliiel. FRANK REILLY 13!. South Palafov street,
Florida Cane at J. B. BOOTH, ,
Syrup .
I *
t our goods. nOR'D"TELEPHONE
unll; Transit Co Captain. NO. 234. PENSACOLA
Solomon's I 120 S. PALAFOX. Consignees. lilt SOLE AGENT.


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