The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 14, 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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) SPORTING WORLD I ONE DEATHIN morning, the ceiling was afire and REGULAR l sor ioto offices iu the annex and PEOPLE OF THE DAY ;

) burning moulding was falling on the placing: the county judge in the of- t c= .r

|,nllni Figure Skater bed and about the room. Hurriedly fie now occupied by the tax collector Tu ncrecil General Mllr. ,i ,
.. -i fancy skater the "
announcement that General i "'
r ... 1'r Arthnr G. KeaieV AN EARLYFIREJODAY running into the hallway they gain- MONTHLY I 1'oun.j would be the nest lieutenant: 9i ?;:-7l;:, V

"> ..1tbh'tIelab.: ; Dr. ed the street, having an opportunity A numerously signed petition from general of the army upon the retirement *t ,
': i i his title! shortly, and of Genera; Miles was not a SUT ; j'- ;
of saving nothing but the clothes citizens of Bluff Springs wanted the ,, I V
r'- t-altidt'ut! that he I .'
FI oT! championship hou- they wore. In a few seconds after JIEETINGOF board to take charge of Sarah. Nor- !, "i: ir i

they left their room, the llames burst ton's children, about whom a !great '
von } ti
champion figure
through with great ferocity and con- deal of complaint had been made. ,
.. led Stales for four I i ., .
i sumed everything. The nutter left '
- was the clerk, 't .
His closest rival Is FLAMES WHICH STARTED I Bracken resided at fit. Andrews, SIONERS HELD LAST NICHT. who will take it up with Rev. J. M.I I ; '
i i'i1 f former Princetonr J .
_._ ._ where he was associated with hi= Danntlly. i .
:- -1 IN A ROOM OCCUPIED father in a large mercantile! business. I -- =Dannheiser: Bros in a Etter :a*' ked f. t

He was in comfortable circumstances A monthly cession of the board' of the board to take action in suppressing : .
i !. I a frienl said today: county commissioners, was held last the illegal "Pig Eye" saloon /J/lQJfi\/ i ".

I! I i iBrfall having a bank account here. He niaht, the meeting remaining in session near the light house. The com- i iI j
I! f N I Infirmary, situated on the I I has herd several positions in Pensa- until after midnight. | uiunicatioa! was referred to Shenil'Smith. / Jyrtt"rC J I .

southwest corner of Blylen acdi I cola, being at one tune clerk at the As this was the first regular meeting Ir1i: '' !1.
1fL 1I '
I Harden street, was gutted by flames I Park hotel and also; having clerked since the re-elected commissioners The carnival association wanted a fX3

A! I Ir which! originated in a room on the 1 in the store of William Johnson & had received certificates of elec- donation. The matter was allowedto \ 1W P 1 1VrI

south wing at o'clock this morn- i Son. He was unmarried, and is tion, the board was reorganized. lay over until the next meeting. P.w ,

ing. survived by a father, mother, two John 0. Welsh was again chosen A discussion regarding the reported ; V

William: L. Bracken, a patient sifters and one brother. chairman after the oath had been I dangerous condition of the annex

was burned to death. I Mr. Morris Ben, who i3 acquainted administered, and Mr. Welsh an- was indulged in. Steps y> improve i

Capt. William Hudson, occupyinga with the family, was at nounced that the old finance and this building will be taken "
room near that of Bracken, had a the burned building early this morn- other committees had been emi- !soon. prise In army cirtles, for it has been I ,

I narrow escape, the fact of his now ing, and after be had satisfied him- nently satisfactory and would be requested F. R. Pou was given a contract fora recognized that he is the legitimate ; I I
successor of the head of the f1"
being alive being directly responsible self of the dreadful news, went to to again serve. year to bury paupers. This con present r
I military establishment. Mr. Root, secretary : ;
J 1r to the heroic work of Firemen Dr. D. W. McMillan was re-elected tract was formerly held bylJorthup
i the telegraph office and, sent the information of war, went so far recently before : .

4.} Stearns, Robles and Riera and to Bracken's father. county physician and Hon. R. P. & Wood. a committee of congress; to say as .:

I 7.! Policeman Fondebilla. Several friends from St. Andrews, Reese attorney for the board. Chairman Welsh was empoweredto much in answer to a qucstioj% qualify : 1. !
lug it only so far as to say that this
Several other people, mainly em- who came over with the deceasedlast Neither of these gentlemen had any have wiring of the county jail would be the action taken if at that I

sustained and opposition. and court house completed and a time he was secretary of war. 1 !
ployes, slight injuries, Monday, were shocked to learnof un'wl'l'r :
There! will l>e a of important t'
without exception all of them had his fate. They remained with Heading of the minutes of the pre- trial of electric lighting of these changes in the places of high rank iu t

hairbreadth escapes.It him yesterday up to the time he vious regular and special meetingswas buildings will be made for a month. the army during the coming; year.
was 1 o'clock when Ned Bimon- submitted to an operation for ap the next thing in order, and Mr. Hhelby introduced a resolution AJUOII;: the who will retire will be t
ienerils; Hnirlus ard Davis addition
son, a negro employe, while makinghis pendicitis. they were adopted without altera which provides for a visit to the I !
to CeiiTal; :Miles. The places: made vacant -
i.... -I rounds, discovered the flames tic n. western part of the county of the entire Ly their icthunciit will be t'.lled 1.

; i '.r.: r rTTISG A l'IGnE 8. from the HORRIBLE DEATHOF by the promotion of Brigadier GeneraL -
emerging room occupiedby Prof. Armstrong asked for the use board to select a site for a convict "
r.rokaw, Low- Wood Watl,! Hill Sunnier. 1
iI\.r.! .. Bracken. Simonson dashed YOUNC BRACKENThe of the armory for a game of basketball t camp. ,-/.
., ; with Keane t t
i r twiiHi1! will wildly through the Railway, spread- : between a team from Brewton I Dr. I.orenm I* a Trrtolaler.Dr. ;S ,

\ .\ ,'I ." Illiuing ing the alarm and awakening patients horribe: part: of this narrative and one from his school. The board A Cure For Lumbago. llrhur W. Uibnoy and Dr. Newton l!
'd"1.I 1.I tike: W. C. Williams, of Amherst, Va., M. :Mi.iffer: and other New Yorker! '
.. ', N and attendants. The negro'snoise is yet untold. In a room at the extreme was reluctant about letting out the "For who lute come In close' contact 'nltu I
: .. ,. ailal: I : a says: more than a year I suffered -
aroused everyone it seemed end of the south wing lay place for any but military purposes, from lumbago. I finally tried PI'uf'cIlut!'nthe. ; f.unons1MtHIus

but Bracken, who slept as if he was I William L. Bracken, 32 years old, but finally voted to allow the use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it surgeon say his Is charm- ,
JlIII IrRR,1 In ( .null lUrr* I in? personality. Despite his learning ,
: 'l. > \i'. III!}l' <"'I Intt.: >' "r tr! : lifeless and utterly oblivious of the who had been an inmate but a few it, far but one game. gave me entire relief, which all he is inihst frank and ingenuous, they

l' '" Ia .U Mi'tip a-MH 'iti-n rv" r toad i 1 impending doom. days. After Hudson had been rescued An application for an exemption other remedies had failed to do." s.iy.; .\ (:eruun of the Germans, he 1V
!I. :% 'I I lillINi 1 till '1.< < Wl I I"i' h Sold by all druggists and medicine drinks not l''t'lhI'r..
.. The negro had hardly vacated the the firemen informed that from county license from insurance
i !'.I I IIt. rnN: of the 'I'P !f"thlll 1 : dealers. "H,' will not touch champagne," said 1' i

..f i DIM fill iinl iln.. I':i" Kill hallway before the flames, aided bya everybody was out of the building. agents developed the fact that the Dr. Virgil tiLIII': '. who had Dr. Lorenz i

I' 'l iitipriiis/ \riln.r Ilillel powerful draft, rushed through, Acting on this; information the fire resolution fixing license is for the at luncheon, with that regret that a k'V
I l 1" l IM Uir kiii.nii in the 1.,1 l, generous hint fetls who has not -
.. igniting walls and ceiling and making 'fighters companies, and not The AUGUST BELMONT perfectly ,
',. '; /1! ,<:" uiv dl'n to di'i pursued their efforts toward agents. met the wishes of the guest

; !!o,11, niil his: lull teams human entrance there again h impossible subduing the flames. Suddenly a agent making application withdrew whom he delights to honor. "He will r

I -j,i. 1'1"l tin- ::1'I-IIt'o1 atliMe for the time being.It spectator. aid he saw a man waving very much surprised.The ARRIVED TO-DAY not.tlrillk anjthin I had some (if my ;
1 I is 1 had, | | vjn< ,' I'llli I Kill,' left 1 burgundy for him warmed I think, to .
J' d'i .' I h> rrtrrat 1'rincrtnuu I is supposed that Bracken was from Bracken's room and then the report of the finance committee -- what we might call the psychological

"', I'lslit: l \'..irsit.ttaniN :' awake by this time and endeavoredto fact became known that Bracken was read and allowed to take its tl'iUl"'tltlltl'" He would not toiuh it. I I
i I-! :fnl ("lIr I"I:OI'loall. .. get out, then returned to his had not been rescued. It was too usual course. I J
I I'i it gun th'' 1'11:11111'11111' noon, four days from Tampico, to heated He drinks warm milk" {
i ,>, ',44.41 thtfootUill\/ elI'rr I.i couch. late ; the flames had eaten away the A notarial bond from R. L. Weekly which point she carried a cargofrom ---- I 1

_'',r t ,n kle, .mil lie w.ii for Box No. 14 situated immeJiately walls, the roof had fallen in and the was satisfactory and was ap- "nntro'd" Chirf Opponent. '
!I'1.:" M t 1..1' iwnltr Ilr the IMSCwas Germany. She proceeded up to General :Manuel Antonio :Matos, commander
in front of the hospital, and an floors were ablaze. Rocks were proved.J. }
!11!, al-" ea|plain of Muscogee wharf immediately: and of the rl.I"1l'zIw an army :
"n-!'np 1":111ullt' baseball alarm was turned in for the depart hurled through the window glassesin W. Wilkinson and R. P. Flem- will fill out with coal. The vessel that is now rucnaring! President Castro( 1

ill ment. Truck No.2 was out of commission an endeavor to secure tin young iug petitioned for pensions.! Wilkinson in his capital\ of Caracas and who ia i
--- will engage regularly in the trade. said to !lute had an understanding; with I
i '. lone. ..t on account of a sick! horse, man's attention in order that he could not file proper aflidavits The steamer has been greatly the Anglo-Cciinan allies from the first .

'ii' "f the trotimi i-ire but the crew went to the scene in could be told to jump, but he was and his application was returned to altered Is one of the ino t brilliant and able i
the hoisting machinery having I
," In< n tik: > n from the patrol wagon and rendered val- nevejlagaiu seen alive. And this him. Fleming had been residing in men In Venezuela and ins been often :
i the i imtiil liurMj at Ahi all been removed and in its himself' an aspirant for the presidency

i'VIr i LI'\ lIluli. Ky.. and ued asistance.; morning at daylight, when the fire Banta Rosa county until a year ago: place there has been fitted substantial Iatos was formerly minister of finance ,

-, /ii.iiimifd, |I.\' Mate college; The flames spread with alarming had been extinguished, the charred: and his application was referred to derricks. The steamer: hag 27 "

10111'". 1111I. rll'illUS lei rapidity, and a few moments after remains were found on the bed, the the commissioners of that county.A Chinamen in her and is of!
i pnntid' / reuaitlniK theh"nes crew commanded -
,.' | .f the ;:real the alarm rang they were shootingup hands and feet missing; and practi- monthly report of the county : by Capt. Rogers. 1' V

"' 11Ilh' museum, but fore feet. The firemen realizedthat cally all the flesh having been burn- physician showed 33 inmates at the "
.- .iitually.. unilir way. they had a tough job and set to ed away. The sight was indeed a county poor farm. Total expensefor The one great virtue of Burnett'i 'i
in l v;. U-HW; twentyjml I is It is
Vanilla Extract purity. rea
his work at once. Results show how sickening one. the month was 232.60 and the J
nt theI
vanilla extract and nothing but va- 1i"
.I M. 1*. Simmon>, has admirably they conquered. The remains rested in their.ashen average cost per head was 9 cents nilla extract. (Always use Bur-

.mr.iitmiis of the f.iriu.I' After the firemen had been fighting bed until the coroner directed that daily per meal. There had occurredtwo notes )
>'il .n',, lH! >;i Tram. for a short time, it became known they be moved to the undertaker's deaths in the mouth.
Have those shaving "
; .11' Cr.K.klyn laseball that several patients were in the shop, and John G. Wood took charge Mayor Jones sent a letter to the you seen -
Ii ha H' a strum; team stands and music cabi- li I <
building. In a room on the second and held them until word could be board offering his co-operation to secure :
Bleaks as follow: "I '
_','il six, three floor on the east side of the south had from relatives.An the city and county's moneyfor nets at Marston $ Qyina's. t. ,

., on;; inlielil.iitlitldi'i !. wing was Captain Wm. Hudson: the the quarantine plant purchase. Just the thing for a Christ- ?" I V ,. ''
> > have In'en Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. A ,
widely known eoda water manufac- Fifty-nine polls were reported by mas present. .
';!Ile l to sijin :mother ia "i
'. the exception/ of two turer. Capt. Hudson was in delicate. "Some time ago my daughter; Tax Collector D'Alemberte as having 4 JJ t : I
cold. She
caught a severe complained
'II i n whom I e:\/pvt t.t.iia .> health and when he found that escape of pains in her chest and had a been received during the past If you should visit the Union depot :. \ ,V.

1I'IM.I\I'n 11 of 1tNltIlmso : ; through the hallway was cut bad cough. I gave her Chamber- two months. or be in that vicinity, don't fail t j'f\: .. 1
\;. .. .
lain's Cough Remedy according to to drop in at Ooldrins'a No.3 saloon. -"&I. ,
oil he appeared at the east window directions and in two days she waswell The list of eligible pensioners was
'd,:..:,!ji ? ".. You will receive a hearty welcomeand GENERAL MATOS. J'
and frantically waved to the crowd and able to go to school. I read and certified to as required by and of the Hank Venezue 1'
: \II ;.ood: i tests have used this remedy in my family find the choicest brands of liquors i president I '
I ," -i ht:.dc/ l II j' inclliberI '; below. Firemen Stearns, Riera and for the past seven years and have law. kept in the city. la. Prior to the rise of Castro he was /
,11-I fail James one of the pillars of the government:, .
% ;it t't.lma.ia: : uni- never known it to says rand
Nobles, and Policemaji Fondebilla Morris Fitzsitnmons! of Muscogee
; 'I, :I\'r"l' tit :SLmluI Prenderga, merchant Annato Bay, Hot he Is rt arded as a most progressive t' ,
l It "s than tint i ii I"illt. saw: the man and an extension lad- Jamaica: West India Island The wanted assistance from the board to Chocolate with and "modern" South American. A!* .

,> 1. 11. I.o.l. r, I'.HH: ;, der was hurriedly erected. Up this pains in the chest indicated an approaching prevent his being taken to the poor Whipped. Cream at Solomon's a youth be studied'law and finance In ,
:", 11. A. Gaiter r>Hi, attack of pneumonia, ._ London and Paris and made a tour of ;
the firemen ran which in this instance house. The letter
improvised escape was undoubtedly was referred to '
",:.t>; I. Miller/ I'.NH:, 1.04JS. warded off by Chamber- the world bofure settling In Caracas. .,
with speed and burst into Hud- Commissioner MONEY TO LOANAt His Is of the most distinguished
h:1! !'i liter, l.mH.1 11IIlltS.: great lain's Cough Remedy. It counter- Shelby. family one .

son's room. Fondebilla grasped the acts any tendency of a cold toward O. W. Shelby was accepted as a the Loan Office of W. I!. Meriwether ia Venezuela. '
"ld\rU'.. I.urk. pneumonia. Sold by all druggistsand 112 South Tarragona !';reet.
man in his; arms and convict A GOOD ItECmDIo
endangered: guard. Toucan of IJUJON.
dealers. get sum
v I U won t\enty-tliree of medicine any money you
need at the lowest rate of in- "I have noticed that the sale of ,
.il rawsdurins the 'iasoii carried him safely to the ground The Pensacola Concert Band re- may
terest. You ran be assured of fair Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
V mflft CIduell'sraets/ amid plaudits of the spectators. You can get your house quested use of a room in the armoryto treatment and strictly confidential Tablets I is! almost invariably to those

int. The Gifiit i defeated Hudson was later conveyed to St. furnished complete at Mar practice in. The board was of the business! relations. j'tf who have once used them," says :Mr. I
e of the prominent men J. H. Weber
a prominent druggist l P
,"it won a majority of his Anthony's Hospital and his condition ston $ Quina'soneasy pay- opinion that the organization was of Cascade, Iowa. What better rec- : m'
ju-eiJents to his couipeliirry ments weekly inonthlu Do yen want a magnificent watch ommendation could any medicine
today is anything but favorable.R. the source of altogether too much g
,I'r..rltran'. for little money? If so, call on have than for people to call for it ,
J. Owens and wife bad a close trouble and hence politely refusedthe Stephens! the Jeweler. He will accommodate when in need of such a remedy? Try j !' '

.. call. Their room was directly under MONEY request.A .yon.Foiey's them when you feel dull after eating jJ,
". Cochran has been en- when you have a bad taste in i! t. I
:;'xt season by a well known that of Hudson. They slept soundly W. R. Meriwether at 112 South letter from the tax: collector petitioning Kidney Cure your month, feel bilious have no appetite I
street has to loan or when troubled with
,ter \\ho will have plenty of and were rudely awakened by Tarragona money for more office room, made '
makes kidneys ?rvJfndgiu's bladder if lit. and are certain to ,
in sum require at low Mnsti'f'f
you may
for the lad to ride. The final any lighted 1 J
Simonson's cries. As their eyes on the board institute steps toward with the prompt relief f
:ie not been settled has rates of interest per@onalsecurlty I afford. For sale *
nor they : by all druggists \!
fie %est far ff-
act been signed as yet were opened, Mrs. Owens said this j7tf transferring the collector and asses- pc. and medicince dealers ,

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Many I Nasal mandolin made in America

out in Chicago and was
Sudden Deaths.There were four barges in tow on CATARRH
Joseph Dohmann. an Instru
Lake Erie in November. First came
is a disease prevailing in this In an IU & there who was well known at
the McDougal.: I was on the Buokott
: :
,I. country: mozt dangerous. because so decep- 010111.1It) cleanliness.I as a manufacturer of vfolins.!
I tlit the Belts and last the Norris. I
n fame
i j' :. I I tive. Many sudden I Ely's Cream Balm was 1SS3 or 1SS4.; The writer
II. Well gale came anti right
deaths caused I up square
are by
II article
rJ n. b; R! it-heart disease: after us.e got clear of Point Pelec .
j. the tt.a-ed membrane.nay mandolin in Chicago at the
I pneumonia; heart and wfll out in the lake by dayligt.
ItcuI'CHIa.-r1tuli drn.s
11: .... a' small model imported
1 failure or apoplexy] and the steam barge checked down for a cold: at Uie Lealquick'y. '
.' I rare often the result I : instrument anJ remembers the
fear uf breaking the towline. I
.. .. I cf kidney disease.: If We dived and plowed and sheered .' Cream Balm is placed Into the Instrument particularly] 'on for Infants and Children.

-iI I kidney tr :: of Its unusual size, much lar
|L bwed to advance the I and rolled and jumped till afternoon ,> mediate and a cure folloW!. It U : any be hart ever seen, its astoria 11& a Im.-mlc.s: substitute for Castor Oil, ParI'.
... Ixfore of interest happened.It gone, Drops and SO'thin" It is l'lcastttt.
anything Syrups.
I j
Ikidrey-poisoned Large Size 5( It
i I lot prod 'e Ineezn:; : shape and its very crude con )
.... aUmt :2 o'clock when I heardoate contains.nelther OI)1Um, Iorpillne nor other :Nariotietiub4aiice.
blood will attack the was C liB or by mall;); Trial Size,10 cents as compared with those of a
it dt'stru'sonn ant
....... vital or the I j !' one astern houting. "Buckout ELY Warren allays 1'everihu.1
-u'> organs
\ Nevertheless] it was a be- It cures Diarrhu-a aud Wind Colic. relieves
? kidneys themselves break down and waste !1! ahoy-y-yl": I called the captain a lit- -- .w. Teetlu
I A CIa..kT \; Other manufacturers eiperl- ing Troubles and cures Constipation It re-ruLites
;) cell cell. lImo
away by
: Bladder troubles most always] result from j I tK\ dried up t\Dlll'lmoutbl'll Irishman "I had a unique but and it was but a short time Stomach and Bowels, Kinnff liealthy.and natural Iecp

a derangement cf the kidneys and a cure is i I to answer the haiL perience the other day," ) and other makers were The Children's auacea-The Mother's Friend. '
-riK-t do thot Frenchman
4 t cblamed quickest by a proper treatment oft crazy who work in a hair :: out instruments that were ac
, I hea ked. The Kind You Have
the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you wlIIn" < came int-; our place and by professionals as superior to Always Bough

can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's I I told him I had no idea, and he came at some false beards. Of mandolins. From that

: wamp- oot. the great; kidney liver and I oi ihvk and stood with one hand on the accommodated and he the present progress and con Bears the Signature of

; bladder! tow to hold himself from .
L ; ; remedy.It i jHist going
hour going over the lot. ) : has been the rule
It corrects inability to hold urine! and scaldIng I orcrluird till he If'nrnl'il.i .
and himself in a the American Instruments
. $ *t piin in passing it, and overcomes that i AJalu: ethniC the hail from astern. examining
of took up my time and after 'l;<' all 'ompetitIolI.-Clal'e
t unpleasant necessity beir.g compelled la "
"Hello: shouted the Irishman in an-
;.4 pa often during the day and to get up many I!llo"'t> amined everything in that in Men's Magazine.
tunes during the night. The mild and the r.i store he thanked me and

: a: extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon i I *Ta>s the wonir came from the Betts. considering whether to The Death Chair. #

j; ,.eall:::!. It stands the highest for its won- i ".\1\ might!
I' that and wished to see is often cast upon electrocu In Use For Over 30 Years.
Then lot of sounds in broken
derful of the came
: cures most distressing cases. a look in the different styles.: a system by the fact that per ? ... ..
Ht CfNyIjR eoMp.w. Y MU""" .n" MfwQ "m!
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and soliby (:II1IInu Prem-h. which made the.j
I I survive accidental shock
all druggists in fifty-cent ad one-dollar I II f, I Ii I I _
c2 Irishman 'Would listen -
; Lei bottles. You say: yz to 'i Senator Stenart Mike : volts. The Electrical World __ _u___ ___ ___ ___ __
: : ; may -, thut, now! Phut the divil is h.troin' to'I'
; 4; have bottle! of ... i' "I made ?7.1'J today 1K'! ; a sample ........ ,. ::; :::,. 'r' Thi-n he howled -I'liot do
say : yez "
*p this wonderful new discovery ". *i!U.' ary, said Senator Stewart. j a chance contact are entirelj I : WI B.
; 1 ? Talk United
stttsr'Thin !
: ; and a book that ijettL: 8.iy I I "How' asked Senator : from those provided in th WIG1TCOffiPjy1
tells all about it. both :I we heard: "The P.eit, she's : I ,
sir It "There be
oIme(.rs-nmp-r.L I P.y kicking, by says. can no ques--
IS cent free mail.! Addrsss Dr. Khmer & Co. watt 1'1.)::. lass di word to de cap-i-tan i I I I! the dies
by : bay rtl'<'i". The Kistrict !' I subject by the effects XANCFACTCRERS AND I> ALEKS (SLUMBER
Einghamtai. II. Y. When wntir.g to pull liuiidi-r I.OIIJT iMiint." i j I Ur bill! for $:!O.t:7. Half i' electric shock and is dead be- I j ,

reading this generous offer Js this'ike : The Irishman wi-nt forward and hail.1, house was closed. I kicked hope before the autopsy takes j, : LATHS
ed the Mrl >minl. The captain of that 'f"
] ,
so Lard the windows ,
f. ; Di'ln't : anv !inutak" but re I craft hall 'ncd to bo II Swede.I i iI I
cut it dtwlJ.-t.'II'\'I'Ilull r-j'
5&rl., mf-mhpr thp. nmnp Swiinp Root ;i "Wot-a you wallt(' he called in answer ./ S T? O HI A.. JlJ li 81 WED CYPRESS SHIGLES" !IH1l11 !
.c Dr. Ilo.. !
Kilmer'Swtmp and tb
t. '! to thf hail!. lit Kind Yri Hate Aats Cii4 I
Ilearlte I
. bddref-., Hirghamton, N'. Y, 01 : j
"Pass the wtK.rdT: .- PES ACOr.A. FLA
every buttle. : Mrs. Swinburn think 11.,r.-4.
) |: "4 'h arilit.Vota you say?" I I << .
-- was l''I'f..tl101'I.\ entlr { ------- -
1 Thru the Irishman mixed: his brogue I
part of the I -- -
t Finding III. flrIie. and the Freiu-h Canadian dialect ami :
; yes. t COAL AND WOOD.
In one !'zut uf the canioa ..f Ticino the information that P.etts was water- to fear she never would. |i

-,. f In Switzerland, a very quaint narercmnny ; : I logged and the wish if the crew that Mrs. Swinbnrn-Neu-r I ifle Mvr'tisrnellI

freTails. The tiridtronmti the ,1I'tUl barge; would pull under WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRAUfc
Kefraiu. -:\
dresses !n his uni'iiit into one ui.iss: of iiuise and Times. I I -- I THIS WINTER THAN EVE fEFCKE

by as; many friends and relatives cat ti forth upon the water. ,
? as hu can muster for th? fett>, There was a short Mlriu-e, and then Sicily the Home of I SEND US YOUR
r: The beautiful island of :; ] %*> %*-WN r N n
goes tit tlaliu his biide.Finding came had: the maddening nfrain, I ;'E ,

the door l )('k"I1. he" demands I "A-wot-a you sayi" Its huge volcano Mount I -TO I.SEND.
JTJ Jt.uJJ- Thompson Olsen 6: Co.
i ; L- udmittrnce. the Inmates ak him his i The 1r 11I1Il1I walked] the deck and I most' interesting remains I TO LEND I ,
ou improved
- I ar.d in reply he s-olicits the l that could Greek architecture, is I
: cm>r< MI every syllable estate, in large or small I

land of hi? chosen): maiden. have liw-n heard at the steam barge, \ great source of supply at low rate of interest -.4faflTeSa&reetTeleThoneJ47.. __
It his answer' be deemed but when lie The rocks nnd soil are lar --
cri satisfactory. at last tried to convey the Leslie E. Brooks, attorney

lie U succtssively introduced to a uumIHT information concerning the misfortune canic origin, and the ..ulr 204)2 S. Palafox Bt., Fisher ESTABLISHED 1862.McKENZIEOERTING.

&tU :' of matrons and maids, some IK.Tliaps I of the i'.ftts he was answered by "I some places penetrate '(' {. 3mlm ,

deformed and others old and udy. hear earth.! A common sight is
jou a-Mvear but \\"ut'aou say?
St& :_ Then be is I'fl''I.tIt'd to s-ome large I I Then the Irishman cut it sht rt freight cars loaded vita TO-DAY-Do you heed & CO.,

?jT. & dolls\ all of which he rejects with "Ye ould Sowegian, 01 said thot the phur as yellow as gold. ) ? You can borrow any o -DKALIB8 IB- 0
want today on easiest
corn amid general merriment. T1I :. Betts was watherlogged. Can greatest mines arehose you

bewildered bridegroom whose impctu-"' dtr"tand thotV""Yaas. yez un- the celebrated! Acrigentum; and, lowest on improved rates anywhere city real Ship Chandlery and General! aapdware

,- k1 osity and teirjicr are iinw sorely trietl. : ." man historians. About IX) I -from Wm. Fisher, 2U4Jj S. ,

4 18 then iaformi'il that Lis ladylove is "And they want the ould man to pull all the sulphur produced Street. lu-tl 80S AND 805 S. PALAt'OX 8TIU }'T.

t' i invited in for himself icil1'. --- -- -
absout and to see undtr Li'iig: point" _
i i "Die a-ruht." came tack the answer. The home Working" want to borrow money, in- !
s : lie nifhes lnk) the hou"e and search! and the fair haired descendant of the The ideal dress for ] : ; insure your property 1 REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROERLING'S HO.NM co.'!!
buy or
: ts from riH\ni to room until ht' finds her :\01'8"111"11'I'llt forward to pass the housekeeper i is a girigharn:, ,

sp& In her bridal drt-ss ready to po to : word to) the t-team barge.; shirt waist the former : .- estate' ,, rent have property rents col-oi tain eardii Ptiits! Bill, lulled/ iDitrinscts! Chrft,, IUuOOMPAfWtS. '!

ihunh. Then are Lis troubles over, to clear .the ground the
In littl
a while the Swede again; or our taxes attended to. LOOM ";1i'

| and his state as a IVuedlct assured.n tailed u;. :111.1. the Irishman! wmt for ed to the belt of the skirt or address ThoC.. Watson C. McKenzie Oertins? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot Benevolent ABSOelation.

-. -- ward. Tln :Snede's Voice was ;:'0111. ing; in (merit. To line the Real ,l>:?tale and IuuraucePttH.tcol.1. .
i ,1nialp, ,. Coin T""If'r..
IH and I "uld httir every sylUMe dis- the same (expedite ; ; ", : Fla. Charge
It is sn'd that the of Siam
, great ajn; liiicily."Th". hIes appear in It* elbow To everyone who buys

.%ti ; Is In pi-eat rttiue among;: the Siamese olea. man says to tell the captaii I already in place. us we will lend money THE GARDEN SECTION
morehants as cashiers' in their count- to build a house. Sj.tJ.
uf the 15 tis to to .'" _. .
i a-t'j -
!L. < Ins )I4II'es. Vat q lantit t's of La-'e : -- *
i The IrM.L..iii! came aft and An embroiderer advises o- OXT: -oIFensacola ,
Fz11 coins are known to lie in circulation lit : pivd .u"I IuLem'ga.'t cii "('huul.
j the !iifi>rtiiii': message; to the litit silver thimble worn ,
Lj Biain. ainl no living human can discriminate -
41 "Thot linage is the best to use! in Florida.
f between the p'tnl and bad j I rivnrlmiaii! I"'I"az '. saitl tin' OAlnE School' will bl ,

it1 coinage with as mtub accuracy as I Irishman I I..y way uf miiiment. "Siiri\: flusse*. which re'juire ;: ,' ,IlWlJ at 35; DatVrir'ht street.

-' these apc">. Tht e nionkeya>hera! lie should )kziiittliot to troi to pull his from roughening. by Miss Margaret Maclay. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
| tow off iiitu the 20-tf
troughs If ,
i4A po8cthe faculty of tiistinpuisLim! the seaw.aiM -- -- -- --
l.reak i it r.p in a sirt.iul.:' 1.1In-; In Nnr \
the rude Siamese' counterfeits in such I lIAIU GU'U4, ,
en extraordinary decree that no trained : The! I Iletts tIUc.1 i inti '.' .l vpiy and The question has often l : ----....-- Beautiful Lots for Sale.

-4 I! t-hified w"1''''' :is the huur-s went b\'. her much it costs to hive in :

their banker unique can avocation.compoteith) them in : IwU-e thf Pieiu-iiiiiiin iiidili-til the city. It cost no? much cs | and llEIRXE-lallUfac.I',!140x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, according -

Ttr In plyinj: his trade the ape 'l1sbl/ Irishman to pass the wor.l that the ill:: to spend sajs a | Toilet Articles. Hair Oil to location and surroundings.

metlitatixely puts each coin presented I Metisvis: sinking! ; and the same stemnjjt.l One can 11\ e and be ('om ] West Oovernmeut street,

n py! came back ngardinsUii're ; on a surprisJnsly; ; small ---- -- Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful Viej
I iL : to him in h's' mouiL and tests it wilb Vor m-iit. ,
lilt- raptai'a of the I'.etts could rates are varying. The 1 I
I I grave dolibcratlnn. I'roiu two to Iheectmds \ High Dry Fertile Lands.
0:11 if he didn't: like:) the way the steam tion puts the minimum ;; i' ,
,- is all the time this intellIgent!! -rooinccttage on W. :
bar;e was towing him. week for board. The :
; ;
4-;? animal requires In making up his tll'I lItar DeVilliers streets. I!
III.! .... :itmut 4 oYlovk. ainl e\er>body Is territic. In Madison !, ; The grandest opportunity for investment ever
cision. It the coin is till right, it Is. and one :2 room apart- j'
_. !b: carefully ,dcjKisitcd the proper n.t'llI \\':." aft Vtsitching fur the line to part high toi.c'l boan'.ing at 213: V.Intendeucu street. :|' offered in Pensacola.

.4 tacle; if base. it !s thrown violently to I|' wiu-n i ho P.etts took a 11111;;. roiling.i ?JO a wet k. n.M>i.s alone good order Apply to Pat I .

11V the floor, while the coin teMer makes lazy sheer an.l :1 cloud I'f mi-t half! at all P in'". You pay in !h. Stjlm Borne Seekers .Should See These Lots.

i, I known his i: w.y betueeii us told Us the I'raft.s everything.: : -
i displeasure at eiug prenent'ed -
s.drift.! The The MaddrnlnR 'vA.I.-as1).
4 with the counterfeit byvent giving I i IT"11II.ldlc',1 K'gi'thi-r ont I .
; ; to mu.-h au rv cliatter. j, :.. I lioiiM>. lila do :t run fur the rigginsr.i "I wish h to say to the ,' | --All kinds of beer <: .A. V01 u bbs
and i iIa' said: empty
i biual-hed! I to in the Houghs uf j I a country clergyman |
CURTAIN CALLS. 1'\. A. Friedman. i.9-tJ
the sta. \','Itttilit' caihe out tiC the I the ulpit! : is not rispoiisible Corner Garden and Brit Streets.

Mr. JUstinbms has dramatized I tir-t sea, the iletkloml) was gone but ror of the! printer (ill the --Men to learn barber
j the concert !in the Sunday .. '
l''t'was safe hal
way between :Steady practice furnished
' I Charles 1'. Pidpu's"; ; novel 'Quiucy .\<1-< i rail I I ami tnuk The Nurris. astern.had The c-oactrt is for the woik. Instructions and F.C. BRENT WM H KSOWL H, W. K, HYKB. JK., J, K, KEKifEPretldent. ,

tins Sawyet.Vben I VlcePr..ld.nt. C.tbi r. Att't Cal ter!
: rat adrift I from her at OIKV. the arch fund, not for the arch by experts. %Wage; and
\ r:. S. \Villard comes back to
I Saturdays. Tools
line had lal.It'.1 i sird a little lauttuli lessail
, America next: season he will have several TuNlul n. a !' .. .. board provided. Cata-
wa; run up. Undtr this she i ion.
new plays to offer. I I lasted the tow :111.11":11 it to l.all1l'j P.uf- j Count TuNtoi, a< Is well* j jwajs I mailed free. Molar Ilarber First National Bank

,; Mal 'l renton Uoss wife of Charles 1 falu (it)- tlirehours.. wear b'Kit.. if his I New Orlean-- -, La.-- -

I Ross the comedian, has returned to ; wLicli lioois are the I
We gut there I i'l! tinmorning.. and at .. 111.'A %
; I Kew York from Europe. I silMint .. the ..shtKiuakir hu taught him i i 'rlU.
II" !! Ret is was sighted wallowing -- ---
.1 Rudyard Klplinp's no\el. "The Story III nut the latter '(' : i: OF PENSACOLA. PLA.1xI'EoIrItB .
: along the troughs. :\ tug young men from Peusacola
, 01 the Gatlsl' '!I." is in process of dramatization would go out. and \\watelu-d her I ('\I1ntlIultl starve did he )' at once to prepare for
< I' : : .
r by Cosmo Hamilton. drift toward tin breakwater.: Ku-ry earn a living by boot \ in the Government Ser;

j Edward XIc\Vaile's new romantic third sen would tompieiely cover herdiVU the work: put into oaths pair | ; Apply to Inter-StateCorre-i. WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLODNT. C. BRENT-. K. H YEP.. JL

1 jUdy.; "TliP iJiml of lpH'ry."Ill *:. Jlllil she foiled: liU u drifting <-<-l!.>nt ;ni'l s!.vv jo pr(,\'
1 1 have its Ilru.hll'UIIUI1.\t fall. time ago; Count '" ,;; :
; robably lug.1. l;:\ T.vl'
t fI Robert Tabcr. who has been in London 1 cook was Ii: -hiil to the rigsinir, :11I,1'I persiiatle two of his .'' _.KOI- --I"IAL- ';.

t for seu'ral years"has purchased I Ithp. when she initially fut within readi shocmak men of e r luation<. but they a nil (!' Thirty Belgian hares r rIL1! &d Vtth l EI la B U A ad 11i.rrWe L

Cnslish rights of 'Arcy of the I' "f I the tug there was hot tine of them double birrhammer! -

tJnards." had st length enough; to take a line. -- J. S. Durham, 211 -

it a M r. James r.rown otter will join I Ict The tugs inamu'ed to get lu-r In fore M Wright meet. lujlw dray oar own Bills of Exchange: on Great Britain, JreJ&J:'
-. the company MipjNirtli'g I ; !',,,'rhl.hll' I she !oil t IlI'k and towed her under tl.vbreakwater. : Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain Belgian Rt;'. la, Net
.. -Second-hand
:\ 11i''I11'r&S set of
Tive when that actor >resents Stephen
;; in good order. to way, Sweden Denmark and other European cOn ltrfu.
I'hillius"! r-Uy. ss"s." I and \cry one uf that IT.I.knew that This signaturo b oa every box of Apply'
Pebley, room 410 l'hie<
hail I I..' tow I": t'.a? :t II t-uti 1'1.1 I to pullwsdcj :Laxative en ( "Vesse1s Disbursed upon tb. Moet Favorable Term and ttili!

; I STATB u..On to.(.'ITY 1I. 'rl)lII'I: l F:,; L.'ng; .point thl'n'.ultl hate the remedy that core a cold jal1 .tf I Obligations I Taken Payable at Port of eatiratlon Ten or Fifteen Dart

: IjffAS Cof.NTV. 5 I Invti four \\ntetloggiil barge drifting can be had in one of after Vessel Arrives ere.IrSafet" .

Li! FRANK J. CIIKNKY: : makes oath'\ into l'.nf'ali! instiad: of one.of $ residence and most de
Deposit Boxes for Rent in
a : that he I is senior pirtn: uf tho i! ciiiirsf it looked as if some one ,sections of Northwest Hill, Connection

't: firm of }t'. J. Chl'II'n.. .. doing would) be drowned and t h'r.'a'! to guaranteed lease;; at fair with which we have a Pr{.. oartment for the XJH

I:I il : business in tho City of Toledo, nothing; to laugh at. but I think Ilarghcd For laianu and years. Plan of house can of Rentert.DR.KINC'S.

.! i county and state aforesaid, and that I i more a nil harder listening to at my office. A. V. Clubb, .

I Ii ';, paid firm will ray the sum of ONE the I'leiirlinuui, Irishman and Swidecursing The Kind You Hare ( 6a-2w 1
j HUNDRED )OI.LAHfllr: each I -- -- --- -- PROFESSIONAL CARDS.W.C.ROWEM. .
I t. undevt'ryclseofCat,4rrh that cadi other and tr>'lng to pass' th.71' -The most desirable

not be cured by the ue of c/tn-I:! I the word tlinii I o\er base IK-fore orsince. :Bean '/ the city on easy terms, by ,t; TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR
I t CATARRH CURE.It. I :;f1'; r4I of Real Estate Agency, .
) Palafox. l alm COLD.I
FRANK CHENEY. | Office: 17X' S. Pa1a10

,: I Sworn to before me and subscribed i I A :or""ltlan Vrrdlrt.Aiel llouee. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hoar from 9 to IJJ.. and 1 to ,. IIMId
I T. Lindhojm of Stillwater WI!!., m.
I \/t: in my presence this 6th day of De- 1 E. W. PEAKE I
: cemrA.D.I Is the possessor of an extraordinarilyrare HOUSE at Wheeler j I' Cures ConsumptionCoughs '! after o'clock

I relic! from Norway verdict rendered Electrical contractor ?, Mary Esther Fla.. Mrs. I|'Colds, Bronchitis Asthma

J BEAU j A. W. OLEASON. by a jury of twelve In June, will do your electrical : proprietress. All the Phono GO.

i '- Notary Public. 1.15.T: at Olo t'ourthouse. where Chris- claus style and at rp% of home at very reasona ', PneumoniaHay FCfcrPleu.

I. I Hall's Catarrh and acts Cure directly j is taken on the internally i tian'ia; now I't:1ndt the bottom of He can be found at 30 an. Northern ideal place tourists to spend will a risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, JOHN S. BEARD,

this: not I vcrdlt hans twelve strip* street. Phone 203.
ii blood and mucous surfaces of the of the season.! 12nlm Sore Throat, Croup and ATTORNEYATLAV.Office .
if shee;> kn.! with twelve pieces oft ,
'l. 8erd for testimonial free.F. .
- J. CHENEY & Co.. Toledo, 0 "i"was the sie (It as;:'. ,I watt '1.1 Try Gnnther's :\ Iit-c... II ant-t ni... "Whoopbcj Cough. i Tbiesen Bulldir..-.
... ...
: "
I-! ('.1' i Solomon's.Cleaning ) umbrella maker, 315 Office Hoars-fc:30 a. m. to i x;;
o -a. s TO raxa... I the jtlroril.pANNER. -- - Price SOc. and %I. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE ,
Palafox street. Re j
lisI ,: ," BrZt' I cover 2:30 p. m. to 6% p. ra.
hrith. ladies skirts repairmgof umbrella and : 1 will .
watctiba \ '"
repair your !# t SALVE. ts one of OT specialties. : !' a specialty. Silk covers in first-class Practl "
a tz I jewelry style. J. I ;, All bu\n..o "ntrmt (l to me ulll '
( I the most healing;seive In ltoo1 woritf try. I I on hand. Jan: 3 I i i I-Stephens. i i> proDict and diligent ttentlon.



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HINTS Keep FOR I OR FARMERS Meal.Hog I : KODOL ooa1!O W. paY R i I SOI i } t"

killing time is naturally hailed)

with pleasure by families who live in DItetU WW'Ida&. WHOLESALE }if .

\ the country far remote from market ;
says Uleanor 1 iI!. Parker in Texas stockman 1

and Tanner. The oue regret is FruitsSi t w.PProducea H. i:

Ins and Outs that it lasts, such a short time, tad I WeakHearts ,I r,P'' ;. s

want "to tel some of the readers of ;

this paper Low they keep bones and ;t i

fresh meat for some time without the '! J ., 'j
of Soda CrackersSoda least Injury. Secure from jour dro;- :.jd .
gist a box of pure pulverized !borax. 12M29 East GJTeriffiEnnt, I 1f '

Sprinkle, a little salt on the pieces of Keeps J
constantly en hind ;
Are due to indigestion can .i.. !
crackers fresh from the oven are good-delicious meat and cover well with the borax.It of everyone hundred people Ninety-nine who have *l ip at short notic: Holland Cab- .;.:; .
will not injure the taste of the bage, hardheads Ruta
meat heart trouble can remember when it ; Hagag in 150 i: .
-if exposed to the air they quickly lose that goodness- and is said by the best authority to be was simple Indigestion. It is a scientific pound bag*, Best Michigan! Potitoes, '; -'.1 J.
perfectly harmless when used in this Red Globe Onions, Extra Fancy 1 r;".' {
fact that all cases of heart disease
much of it in few minutes-most of it in Ben Davis .
a hpur
an way. It is also excellent to preserve not organic are not only trace Russet, Hob- { '_ t

\ all of it in a day. ttThat's hams and shoulders and keep them able to, but are the direct result of pies bards, Florida in and New Oranges York, Rnatan Spies A1't t:1"I: ..
All food taken into the .
free from flies.
It is used for this purpose L. L. Raisins "' ....
why the common kind the paper-bag kind) in the packing houses of cite stomach which fails of perfect diges- roajiuf, "
large : tion ferments and swells the !stomach IVxas Pecans, Mixed :Nuts Mixed ; .: ,

l have lost their flavor before you get them.In .J ies.salt as Leave lung the as hams desired.and shoulders Take them in puffing interferes it up with against the action the heart.of the heart This, (Candy' ,, White Large and Red Smooth Kidney Stick and ..,... r-randy .': "t ". .

I Uneeda Biscuit out wash and dry carefully, covering; I' and in the course of time that delicatebut Lima Beans! ; California and Ylr'i ,.
the flesh side with the borax. He careful vital organ becomes diseased. ifinii Black five Peas, Virginia Pea ;:; i .
I there's a difference-a big difference to put it in every crevice where a I' nuts. Cbepe, Butter, extra fine, in !I'! '

because they are packed at the oven door fly might locate Some immerse the : KodolDigests 10 Horse, 20 and Radbh 30-pound, Cotton package!geed Hulls; Beets in, .I' I j

joints in strong: pepper tea before using ':ack Cotton Heed I
Meal Best Shorts
in the famous In-er-seal Package I the borax. This is scarcely necessary, :j invl Pure Bran '
\ the package with red and white seal-an invention but will tIC) no harm. Meat treated In .. What You Eat To arrive today, tOO boxes' Indian ; .

I this way maybe left hanging In the Mrs. Loring Nichols of Penn Yon N.Y.. River Orarge! *. Rill be sold at f i' ;
for preserving the goodness of biscuit; smokehouse all\ summer without sack I writes: After eating my food would distress once. No fancy prices. ; : "
me by nuking my heart palpitate and I would Send in Holiday Orders at i I
ing. your
become very weak. Finally I got a bottle of ,
airtight proof covering
an germ Kodol and It C3Je me immediate relief. Afterusirg 'incn so they may have careful attention 1. '
I a few battles I am cured. and packing and before i
R which holds within ratline Wood Lot. JIJ '
Kodol I prices advance. I
I cures Indigestion, dyspepsia : :
the oven- fresh flavor of Uneeda Biscuitand Vi'e scarcity! need to suggest; :; the cutting ]! and all stomach disorders, and gives i "Shipus your Turkeys Fags I' '...
of wood to the farmers this win- ,
iiid Produce and best '
1r the heart a full, free and untrammeled get ubtIDable: ; .
I '
keeps without I s r ter. The high prices! that! have provailed action. prices. .

the undesirable flavors of all other things has! a have wood made lot decide many a that farmer another who ,1 Bottles the only.trial size$1.00 which Size sells holding!for see 21 times I I (Gen \\l\ Prior I i Sons 'a

winter will not find him without a good ': .'' ,
-that's L-. ;, .} ::;--i: :: ''' ,
t .
reason PREPARED ,
supply of ccrdvvexnl ready fur marketIf |I :"oJ" "., ..:. BY 'nt"p._; I
millions buy Uneeda Biscuit the supply of coal is short. The! E.C.DCoaWittA "r" Telephone Xo. _!).
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question with many will be whether to '
Another reason is the priceNATIONAL : cut all clean as they go or leave the t t Chicago i. i t ,
ycunger trees and merely thin out the <

older ones that have but little more
BISCUIT COMPANY growth to make. We favor the latter John Kheppard.Hargis' Pharmacy HARPERPhysicians

plan when one can cut the larger; trees Sidney Kann.A .

without having them break the smaller

1; ones as they fall. When this! cannot NIGHT ALARM.
I well be done, it is better to cut clean
Worse than an alarm of fire at night I
and then as new sprouts come up keep
Y I 3 the brassy cough of croup, whichsoundslikethechildren'sdeath
them so thinned out as to give each a
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chance to grow independently of the M
DrrnUlnR Off. I RAILWAY TIES Charartrt In the Eyes. others. In twenty years there will not and it means death unless something t

-Y." !said the ingenuous girl hero- )I I I, Steady:: rJ't'Sfe aiways a sign i of sincerity be as many trees, but there will probably 19 done quickly Foley's Honey and .,.

If '1 tii\e decidttl to break with I Japan has acquired the Americandining and honor, except when the headis be more wood and in forty years Tar never fails to give instant relief f

11.. for good and all." I ear system at a jump without siigrtly tilted back and the eyes look twice as much wood, with more growthto and quickly cures the .worst forms of 1
W ,y. then are you sending him I pausing at the railway sandwich stage. through half closed! lids. Then the possessor oiAne in some varieties.-American croup. Mrs. P. L. Cordier.. of Mannington. ,

T.. ,,..dun'.11. :" |I Express and limited tiains, according does not trust! nor is he to be Cultivator. Ky.: writes: : "My three o ,
"\\. 1!. I um sure that is the least I to of the trusted. Shifting eyes betray a t reachrrous -- year old girl had a severe case of
experts American Societyof
He refused to take back his; dishonorable croup: ; the doctor said she could not .
a nature, one thoroughly
II .MochniiKvil Lngine'eK. have increased The Rent CltUen.
live. I bottle of
I Kota Foley's Honey
and I wanted to make some re'o d .e..ilfuL restless and diseonttnt- .
the cost of running locomotives pet "Why are you forever patting; the and Tar; the first dose gave quick re-
I am sending:: Imu my photoNew mile nearly IOU per cent ed. Clear
. Vork Press.Mno I II I The longe-st; : railway run in England; F"I IIII'IIt1 IMTNOHS in ill a saint?" asks a city reader. We titutes. W. A, D'Alemberte, 121: 8.

I! is made by the London and Northwestern health have tomp.irathcly clear eyes, me not patting anybody on the back Palafox street. prescribe it

and Pun-lion. I railway special trains to the lilt even In these cages they h:!n' either anil there ore very few saints on earth.A I

"n 1 Ilt'r." remarked Mrs. A., I 1[ Riverside station Liverpool. This run I le great recuperative powers or they farmer can be just as mean as a NOTICE. for their most delicate \

." il a perfect passion fort i iI j jrn just over"JO: miles without a stop and have wa..lrtIlll'alth originally good. I coal baron or a railroad magnate if he I have been authorized to tab patients.

catches the American liners. Small eves are indicative of an alert I wants to, though happily\ his meanness subscriptions for Wm.
I *' '!l Mrs. R. whor The Chicago and Alton will place asurgeon's mind of cleverness, wit and spontanei would not touch so many people. We Bryan's paper, "The Commoner. OLD and PURE.

.. ,"if it's as music strong deml'1 as- I chest on every passenger car ty. Large; eyes show a quieter nature I do say that farm life gives a man and The price is $1.00 per year in ad For Hale byDannheisser :
'i 11IIt'r's on the road. The chest will contain one f'loto rouse, but more Intense his family the chance to develop in the vance. Those desiring the paper I

I' \ everything r. physician needs to perform when fully wrought upon. Long; eyes I most natural and harmonious way. can have it sent to them by seeding; Bros
-i! .ti_ TS II'JVV.Hi a simple' operation or dress an belong to mute poetic temperamentsthan The farmer who is true to his calling $1.00 to the undersigned. I

---- Injury before the removal of a patier! round eyes. They proclaim! more and makes most of his advantages is H. M. ROCHE, I .

.\ i.r..1 lli. 11o'I.I..n. to a hospital dreamy natures, more coiiteute-1. less the best citizen in the country. We do Care._-Daily_. News '
s i i'i itulu't l uii you not aspiring. Round eyes show ambition not say the richest or the most influential OAS'TOnXA.'

t'.I. ,:rlsu, } The Jttjinnencnx" Tree. They are sometimes found with unmistakable in politics, but the best. Why, Sean the I Itt Kind You ha>a Alwats Eatif,
Sun r' i biitivv. Hut I didn't call to .Tapau wax, as it is called N obtained signs of an artistic nature, there are sense :good; folks who say that '

set '.i'i l'I.II''r. i can.ei'ii: Uhaif of from a tree Ithus which is an indication of a rare combination I, when we demand the common rights 6gu&tll1'l! 14..1-- _

Joni !'n "11 I.' Unit little "dI !"- which is found in Japan China and of a sense of business and a I which' belong to the farmer we are 01 f_ I.Ta&UT I.

.*':( I 1.111! T-Lr-tr-caJI: again, will throughout the East Indies in 'general.In love for art. I eep! set cyt s show preaching revolutionary doctrine! What Medical Society, Attention.

H...: the Japanese language it is called thoughtfulness and logic Eyes: that difference does It make what they cull\ There will be a regular meeting of NICK'S

haje or liazi- The tree commences tot 1 seem to stand out from the face show it? The demand will go on! :he Pensacola Medical Society at

linn Hinr.l IIan*. bear fruit when five or sis years (, lore of action. he Board of Health offce' at '

1 v' x.....ilhig uf, a ,," rt.uaI 1lIy."i. and increases; its product every year Take Care of Your Tools. 3'clock p.m. Tuesday. Jan 13 and 27.

i i. "I.I n\. '''1'"jllwlly.| IlUt IbnSt till at the age of fifty years a sinslo A Keroairorndatlnn."You : Implements! not in use need shelter as Visiting physicians are cordial!}
', tree will produce STdt tImi tonsils I finally: tiiiiif the i party much as horses or cows or people. The nE !
1 berries from which seventy to eighty DB.W. C. DEWBERY,
: 1 Amities| of the alemid ancient custom of putting the wagon .
.1 i van! ins life had once pounds of was can lie obtained. under a tree prevails on some farms to- President.
., The wax is formed in the middle of : OR. L. DEM. BLOCKER,
.J i ", I'll! mult iriticUeilpraci' clnalsu the ancient custom of leaving
m25ttf Secretary. -
tie IIl'rr'twl'rll\ the skin and the l the plows against the field fence and .
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'I' n."k..1. sees!. like the\: pulp of a : It is
"Miinc oat "1 grape. 4 tlr f storing the cultivator on the north side

\ I ,I' ''hlla1J.I' 11'1':111'11 lout' extracted by Iwillng the Ix-rries In water t 1 illf the barn or stable is still practiced CARPENTRY AND DAILY MENUS

II n"i t 1." :si'.l! floe "lint, and allowing it>to cool when th! Y J 1 r to some extent. Is it any wonder that .

'I i iii> fa tlliI)' |hjsVhui: wax separates fro n the skin and seed such! careless wastefulness entails couti ELECTRICAL WORK Comprise all the Up-to- '

ti I I:1": MiiKIt-nly taken sinking to the bottom of the vessel in |II'aratil"I'I'rty and superlative elissit- Date Dishes the Markets

.. "' 1' fl<'I i i'vv, in tliH I euierIn a solid cake. The specific gravity of 1 I I isfadiun with the things; of this world, Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660, ; of the World

.' l in nit1." I this wax h .!J70 and its melting point '1 pulitical, social and economical? I:{- If vou hAve any carpenter or electrical Afford.

131: degrees 1-'. It is largely used! either 1- ( inembiT' that in consequence of these:: work you want well done. 1

alone or mixed with tallow, by : practices! you have to buy twice as 'Ii 1 i

the Chinese In the manufacture: of fi in given time as
i implements a
cal C Vit R & Co candles. would be necessary if they were properly LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS Ladies' Private 1
This tree should not be confoundedwith << cared for and besides, the work

the "tallow tree" of China which I j 1 with these would be better and more Dining Parlor.tIRegularlDinner

INSURANCE bas a pith of solid tallow in all trees suggest that I should furnish easily done. OF PYTHIAS. !
that have fully matured the capital and you the experience, but I

AXI -- what experience have: you had in this I Hoot Tnberclei on Legume PenucoU lodge No. 8, K. of P.,

HEAL Got Itb ltJoDey. business?" I 1 I:. Laureut of the Fr'tlchcaclrwy meet every Monday evening Daily.
ESTATE When King Edward VII. was an nn
"I lost $20,000 in it in two years.-" of Science experimented with fertili- It 1:30 "t Castle rail,
dergraduate at Oxford, he was a great in the Bloont Watson
o.1 I South Palafox Street. 6cribnerB. zers on various legumes, such as peas, \ BnlMlnj third floor I It
huntsman, and few men could beat him
hairy vetch and common \etch. lie VUltlug brethren cordiallywelcomed
Short Orders
across country. On one occasion hisro'al Promptly t ,
II The Worst Norm found that the plat treated with a nitrogenous J. A. LlLK.H.HOR8LIB :. highness and some other riders Filled. Night or Day
L 'I t of Desirable Dwellings the fertilizer tended to form fewer VC. iIt i
for galloped Into a farmyard by w ayv of a Multitudes are singing praisesof It.R.s 15.
1 L'ar! in Various Partsof root tubercles, while the plat treated ,
short cut. The farmer, a sturdy yeoman Kodol, the new discovery which J .
the City: closet the gates and told the (Is making so many sick people well with Classic: fertilizer made them Damon Lodge No. 13 It', Something I Good to Est
I ", abundantly. After awhile the plants yon wliii you'll and It at
s' 'Jou containing IS rooms, huntsmen they must pay f 1 apiece for and weak people strong: by digesting continuously with a nitrogenous meets every Tuesday evening at 1:111.: tCastla I j {
> ra conveniences bath on grown "
Ball corner Palafox and Garden
aid, lower floors, corner lot trespass.One I. what they eat, by cleansing and fertilizer! only failed entirely to make eireets. YUltlngKnlKbtscordlallylovlted.J. Nick Apostle'sPopular e
I IIndll'rubhl'rltable, out- of the gentlemen smiled indigently -
stomach and ALBEBTJOHI'80S.VAS ,
sweetening the by root tubercles in that soil but when ,
tc No. Ill East aKua .
0' at the rustic and said. "But, my KIM!IS. C. C.
transforming their food into the planted in other soil made then again. K. of It.A: 8. Restaurant i iMMMM ;'.
,, Wales.
1 of
ling house, containing g\lltl man this is the Prince
known aa the 1'onee do The good man was in nowise abashed kind of pure, rich, red blood that On the plats treated with potash! there
.,\t. No. Hi Eait Inlenden.II feel all Mrs. was no diminution of the tu ercles. It
and retorted 'Trince or no prince I'll makes you good over. I. O. O. F.
.. 2-story modern dwelling I. T. writes Fora Sl't'ms'ident that these legumes not "
have money. And he got it. Cranflll.ofTroy, : /.
must desirable kttctloa of the my only do not need the nitrogen, but the
B corner on the street car number of years I was: troubled Pensacola Lodge No. 4 i
.. '. : North Barcelona street. A Lost Chance.'Tie ,with indigestion and dyspepsia application of nitrogen hinders their meets every Thursday evening at 7:31; at
tory dwelling. Jii rooms, that will not when he may" Is grew into the worst f.>rm. getting it from the air.-Practical Tarm- itanordhhail. H't{ West Intendencla street. Bros.
\'III"M'luare, No. :>MI East Herring
Finely Visiting brethren cordially invtud.J.E.Lo5t.N.G.
tt Kodo! er.
i ' likely to repent his Indecision for many I was induced to use ,
new -story modern had and after using four bottles; I am en J.O.WELSH,Secretary.AMERICAN. I anI.IHXG i!
i 9rrnuas.verydesirableseeeccity. a long day afterward. A lady who I
Thrifty Sheep.
tirely cared. I heartily recommend I
,i-t \een, Strong situated: and oa DeSoto North: spent a weary hour in "beating down" Kodol to all suffers from indigestionand To keep the sheep in good condition ( Have specially constructed Wagons '1
the salesman at a Turkish shop In Tar- dyspepsia. Take a dose after they should be fed some kind of juicy GUILD. I for the removal of dead animals j

fllmftln three doors Rood from order the with bell Is returned the next day prepared! to meals. It digests what you eat. ; food. Chopped potatoes are excellent : from the city limits I

k<..a e and water throughout, purchase "I believe you saId 20 francs." I Hargia Pharmacy, John Shepard, I Sheep are often neglected; In the matter Pensacola Chapter No. 007.K. Will remove dead horses or cows for
One Dollar
t; 1 N Tth Barcelona street she began taking out her purse. Sidney Kahn. I of water supply, but they need and BXtWNKR.. P. LI DUTRtTlI. each.
dwelling rooms city water, Secretary Governor. Address HERRING ,BROS.,
:.a*\,'.'with large corner lot Mo.i "Ninety madame answered the appreciate plenty of water as well as Or leave orders Gouldlnl13 /:.
d... smiling Turk. do other farm animals. East Intendencia
"1110g.II rooms, newly ] FRITZ street.
and painted throughout, on .1||I "Dut you came down to twenty! Ewes with lambs at their sides should K. OF L. !

.t..lhllg.l'lty So. ;:1'II1oaItGrl'gny water and street.bath,!,I ".\b, that was yesterday, madame! THOS. CoxDOJf, Captain, be fed with a safe grain ration, such '- i -

'ful. halt sliade block rees of, No.ground 711'i with East ||I'Everything goes The up Taralp.again in the night! will make regular trips between as one composed of five parts oats, one l.ocal&llembl, No. 565.Meets -o GOLAY=oa

lea street. Pensacola, Point Washington and part peas, two parts corn, giving a '
(tWl'lIlolt.IIo: 415 East Grego,5 The seed of the globe turnip Is about Freeport. Leave Baylen street pound of this mixture to each ewe. first Monday In W.each P. H.month.Tii i &P. Grist and Corn Deal Mills
,. rooms, newly papered and the twentieth part of. an inch in dlauie-; wharf Thursday at 6 a. m.and arrive ARTHUR MCCOHNILL. M. W. ,

a-.t Belmont street 5-raom ter and yet In the course of a few at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. An Item la lee P. kID".' Becretary.ANTALMIDY. I. F. GOIiZA11EZ & CO., Prop,
:sty water, newly painted,1 1 I months this seed will be enlarged by Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m Those who put up only a small quan-
order. air into:: .O O.l.Q) times Pensacola 6 m. same Manntaetcrcri! '
-North Alcantz fctrhet. a new I the soil and the and arrive at p. tity of ice find it wastes faster by melt
cood order with ;a rooms its original bulk, and this in addition day. Fare, round trip$5; one way, ing than by use and that the cracks CHOICE HEAL AND PURE OROUXD
.Ibt Belmont street city found $3. 12nlm STOCK FEKD.Patrooli .
It has been
A neat 5 room cottage newly to a bunch of leaves. and crevices between the blocks grow
>i and renovated throughout.: by experiment that a turnip seed will does not closely These Capsules SrealtJperiarlto Home Indoitry, for there Itrvcry
East LaUua street, a neatly I' wider as the sawdust tiny r.1I01110u should boy yoor Meal and
-i 4-room cottage In good con- under fair conditions increase its own PEARL & DOLIVE. incase the Ice. If the spaces betweenthe I B.iaanof Stock Feed from the Home MaoulMtortr, F

'>. otMiialler are! dwellings water., as well weight fifteen times in a minute. Turnips blocks are filled with snow at the C bets and Copalba.J) lor T 10 oar doing money you 1.I.nlo enconraie Use home community indni- I I.
X loLoreband offices fOtt KENT growing In peat ground have been time of packing it will freeze Into a They core in 48 an4 Joa In tarn art Indirectly benefited t
fostering the horn manufacturer
THOS. C. WATSON CO., found to increase more than 15,000 Call on them at the corner of Gar solid mass that will last longer, re- state: i>aeu* without !JIyln..on.-, aontrlbate to theeaoteof labor. Too owe you I li .f it
L at Estate., Rental and Insurance times the weight; of their seeds la a den and Alcaniz streets for carpenter marks a farmer. I *ffu', .& "IJ>By el l j fqliCGlm, It to the community in which you live u4 J
South alaloz Street.: day. and electrical work,or phone 660. ._ '-=__. .:T. which ontributeetoyyour tapport. lsit -
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-.F H ii_ .Qj.-.:.1nA1 \.-_ '. "Come Cleveland off the Leader Stump. \ A BENEFIT yArias Strongest in' the World.

EWS .1' Probably the most noticeable man -

F r in the G. A. R, parade in Washington ENTERTAINMENT xir]

was Dan Burns of \vestmorelana. The Equitable
sat+red at the Post Office at Pensacolu,
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f lwseaondelasmater. Pa., who is 7 feet 2 inches high. I '=

n -- Carrying a tattered On next Thursday evening an en- .

TICK tox street:1'ltt'a, up-stalrs.Building, 211JJ South I[ towered above every man iu the rtainraent fc)r the benefit of the I ,I f life flssurance So--

'!ipo-t like a veritable giant. The Norwegian Seamen's sion will be ) ... ...

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. I story was t ld during the diy by h. Id. The flat part of theev.'nin.j Q i } 'i sot ", '., '01.... iJ:. Of the! United St
some c>f Burns' friend that when he will be }!evotfcd to a musical program I'4.1< ', .r.t > J 1IKMIY: HYI: i
ealUttd the > of the fmaf the bp 11J(1( ( $" ..:."'m'i'r.; } ..
Terms: Invariably i in Advance- at b-gir niug war in which ?tlllblc.ll il. -f.-r' .', "Jf p"

f Cat Toir iijr :Mull ...... -._...t:. 00 'helined up ia the rear raiik. The talent of the city will; usittnchoir .. t'f\ :, '!> J\ :"; ',' ,l1 '
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n r "at"I" .. :
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One ''''--ktw C''rn"r, h.y"t"!.. londaa 1Jtlrartisirg commanding officer ordered him to olllJt church, after w ich :t/hliJJ 11 1; 'I_ : ': "l ;t ; Preliminary Siattn r:

" 11. :i come oil the stump on which hewas i the pastor: and )Irl. Fo'den: will take :.c' '.h.t ., y.;,;: ;, -' Out*tJndil, 1: Iatesfurr./shdon tpplccti'nPL5BAOOLA be standing. When .y.. : t-'h:1:',:', .' .- lft<) )' -;'< (' ,
supo-J: to thoe pre-ent through'JrwdY, ... .. ,1;, --c:: ;'
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.".f' #to. "r "_ ;. <:!.. .,o / t'hiit..1' 1t.-st'- Income ...... .. .. .. .
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tlt1 dovn'au of : \ : w ''
'Dau d'Ciintod "come L : ; < c
?1 q.HHnNf ydi). Iltt.r. t' to weden ai.d +placd by means "" :'_ ...,". 4. -f> b/ :,'.f'i"7"'''':' '" "" "

; jiba5,ORI' irate ( lliceirushed to the lear to see : ma ni"copie'ievil., !showing the Cue ",J..t.. .._...: e :;:" E.:"r'i't}.,.t J-.:.-'. _'T.'..' ---- a'QYti' dta. .-l.{,_ i.< :'t 1): !.'t Xevr AuranceAsset .. .
: the first of ia-uhnrdination the ;; .
' that ; CHI t road and wutf-rwajsand gi.iCiersi *. .. ., .. ,. .
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: = hair You
I' : Thro do
I; '" _I''!.I_ 11 'sA. J. ,, ,y was properly paihcd. lIe wa : >f those countries, ; also! some of the away your gray can it I

.: ; ",,::W; I amazed beyond all measure and I beautiful homes of this (city. The with Ayer's Hair VVc"i t Have long, heavy hair Aurai:cs Fun '

;!-4; e ;" could haidly believe his eye when ladies! would be much pleased to I" all other liabilit f

JAN M. 1903 lie saw the towering "high privite": have all tluir friends assist them b<- : with all the deep, rih color of early: life. Get I "
.. _____ I Surplus .. ..... .
,lM'lfl was really standing ou the I ground.REMARKABLE I their attendance in raisins; funds for rid of your gray hair and retain your youth.IAyer's ,
needed to the church. The largest InerNht' -
. Tilt couimi-?liners of Calhouu some repairs
CURE; CR3UP. |I II in the history > ;:
In addition to the views the tr.u-icul :
wuduui in
'f'1i'J! : Lave displayed
( county
:"i'' ,I ., 6e1CCIlUgLiitut Mack of the V.V vahitcnka I A LiUl Bey's Life Saved.I i program will be rendered by the Hair Vigor I JAMESV.. ALFXAN
tri church assisted :MisRo !
of Norwegian by
: chairmuu
Sews us '
1i have a few words to say re :aCdlOaChaulbetlaiu's JAMLS; 11. HYPE. \
i board =en=ttiu, vocal solo, with ,'i..lin! i I

f'fi. _.__ ._ __ I II : Cough Remedy. l\ accompaniment ; Mr. Max Heinberg, is a hair food. I It feeds nourishes makes the _
t THE talk: i ia the E rvp' all press ofliypnutiiui saved my little boy's life aud I feel! ;

I :t 1'1 iu the cast of Puuceas that I cannot pros-e it enough. I violin solo; Miss l.urrow, vocal: hair thrive grow thicken look soft and glossy
.? solo; Prof Graham, vocal solo I ; K.NOWLLSGeneral RHo; j,
It r : Louise and her music tcacner suggests boughtabo'.tleof it tromAE, atNere'' .- .-.. _- ?
: 'I' : checks and dandruff..T'L
falling cures -
!'> '\it It that it is imply au instance of of Goodwin, ri. D., aud when I got Till: lilGHT MklHCIXU. Ag rnre

, l!;R",'' G Trilby and nvtnj'ali in re. life. home hardly with breathe it the I gave poor the baby uiediciUH could I The tight remedy at the right time "Ayer's Hair \'igorrestored natural" color to my gray hair, and stopped ; 309 H. Palafox St.. 1'F:',. ", .
f./'J it from falling when it u'as very bad. -Betsey A. Elder E. Machias, 1re.j .
t as directed every teu minutes until U a friend indeed. You cannot be
while I -
I. p. .1 ITha'otthVnfllltntlUnttlat "threw up" and then I thought sure too careful about having the right
lUJ. reading accounts of the intense cold he was going to choke to death. We Tin;
0 ? f ia northern cities seriou-ly impeding had to pull the phlegm out of his I I remedy oa hand: when you need it. j Two RpninrkiiMe C|>ltnih9.TiK1 ]I, KKKl'S HIS FAMILY WLLIj.

; ff*!1 "1 the street C.1r&tnice ill many mouth in great Ion;? strings. I am 'I Ipoilh'e It is !said by a man of knowledge! two me--t r+ri'iutrkil: epitaphs iu I i If you are feeling: out of sorti, if J JA CO )Y G B B'IlIIl O
,, that most bad '
", that if I had not trot that and good judgment tic I'nitul States tho of Daniel ,
}'f l places our management Ltra HIllii bottle of cough medicine, my boy !I hellthirauEdb-rab.!liver.. HEPA'1'1CUR.1 I are e your circulation or your digestion : t
i "t find it so pleasant us to be running w .uU not be on earth today.-JOEL ]i, I is the bra liver tmnc Harrow, formerly of Sac'raurntq and is bad, too ought to think firitabout

flJ' .,:tl open cars. DEMIST, Inwood, Iowa For sale: : which will liven up that member in i of Hank, Monk, Horace Grccley's: I your liver Probably that i is slither 11 (>..alc' it 1111
t !1 by all druggists aud medicine deal I good style and ;give you a great deal l I state driver.! The former muN as fol'l I is wrong with you. IIEPATICUHAprovides Itcfail
a tf mu" of plea-urt. as well as sui-faction in "Hm I N laid iMniil :, i-:
%, THE insurance of Tamp havetaken : Era. I : for the best health po?ible ,
L' u baud iu the firemen's strike ; I life. bold by all druggists.SMALL ;, 110.1\\8 was 'liini in Sormw and HJITOW-J 1,I and will :to-wer all your need*, If'' 1lI\lItl'\H1n:.. ,
".., i' of I went to Pryor's furniture house frtin nature e.\c. i pt his name I, you want real good health keep the :
!. aud loaf the fire committee
urge you West Government street aud j { and his l..,. !:g)1l the city council secure new men iu b.ttff tf keep the liver thanHEPATICURA. I I >
) 1 right
furnished my entire hou-e for just | FIRE I for' rjdsit.s. Who was ertheless a'''
tankers. In the matter I ::
It of
#lf place one-half of what I expected to pay. i, I gentleman and a dwi,l shot who < Groceries :*

'iJl of strikes 'J ItWp4 is getting wore I It was a surprise to me, aud I don't i ii j throiiKli a 1111; life never killed his Ii Fla.Mr., says Danul: I James want to of tell Pensacola how, 'I
you and All
THIS MORNING ;: Ir.d3f fi '
} like Chicago every d< i I in wlf dl'IISl.r arcs iiOdU
o h know why I remained single so Lon;. ] nun tsetpt by much I appreciat"your liver medi ; (
z I i ._ ,l'd ,3 l It .f, BAxlta. the astute Jacksonvillela : --- I f undtr beneath the br.lKts! of his cowardly been sick car a long time. 'i did not 11'eare Sole DtrIhUI' '. \\
iifJ) : is making life tti! erubla for i iMRJUJ. i .. Florida for the l' .,. ,
\\ytr DEATH OE At 8:45; o'clock this morning the I enemies iu Jiff Morris' saloon. know ulcthwhat: was the matter -h or" i t
with her. f it have Mondw Coffee, S>R cn H"III'I II
. Ir1 a few peanut politician throughout I did! SI: in the sure and certain hope ofa suppose must; i 1
s, the st.ttd. Jiarrs is going to Cougre i house occupied by Judson McCor- and been some liver trouble. I had to :I ?e;, Illini and Climax !Fi.uir i H
1\,1 glorious everlasting morrow.
l have a physician often but Delicatessen, GHII1I1111I. ,
223 North Ileus street very au
{ with the knowledge that the vey colored Hank Monk's epitaph reads thus: '
lt s Food Co. .. Canned MeatF.n
RYAN she did not get well until she took Ail
;a.i tsoi.'' : ". people want him and he will not be caught fire on the roof and a f2W a'rl'll to the memory of Hank Monk, HEPAT1CURA. A few bottle* i of which are sold by all rig-+-r.a: .:

fivtfii{ t mistaken if he lauds there.-[ Tampa shingles burned, The fire was extinguished the whitest. 1'issef.t hearted and best cured her. she is well now and Retail Grocers in the city.
s* the
> Tribune.]
r very (02-UO! SOUTH 1"\1.\1'0PENSACOLA \
true, if he lands there But Incase The Mobile Herald of Monday by firemen, who were was kind to all and brought ill to none. children and take it myself, and it'
, quite '
Jt called by an alarm from box 35.; He Ihed fi n strange era and was a keeps us all well. Bold by all drug- -
j"t. iI be fails to laud then will he contained a good sketch of Mrs. :gists.,
hero, and the wheels of his coneh are
,.. t 1(+' 1 1 knew quite as well that the people! Catharine Ryan, 74 years old, who New Century Cmufort. now ringing on the golden streets.nt"lt"ot ." '--'-"- -

. lf1 t don't want him. died in that city January 12. The Millions are daily finding a worldof RARE BARGAINS.

!..: THE most remarkable case of a lady left to mourn her death asister, comfort in Bucklen's Arnica .\ Football. Blackwaterility PressingClub
ij ) S il I Salve- It kills pain from Boras, I Philip tiilihrs wrote in 15S3 in his 6eyentyflyeacres on : !i
) liold-up and robbing! of a tralU that Mrs.! M. Manning of New Orleans ; i book on "The Anatomic Abuses:" rich black hammock land, two

I has bttu ported itcently occurred two brothers Mr. Edward Murray Healds, Cuts, Bruises; conquers "!'or as ('tluc'C'l'ningOlOI:1U I protest miles from Milton, particularly FOR GENTLEMEN.
/ Ulcers and Fever Bores ; cure Eruption adapted to pecan This land joins
Arcola 111. last The .
at Haiuiday. It ratter be called
\ of Milton, Fla., and Mr. John Mur-i i -, Silt Rheum iioilsand! Felons; unto you may the celebrated C'riglar pecan grove
; .: robbers numbered about! ;boo ana )iI I removes Corns and Wart P e-t a freendly kinde of fi;:ht than a platy'of and is partially cleared

;:1 N- were ltd by two ministers and apolicem'an. ray, of Scranton, Miss. ; three :! Pile cure ou earth. Only :.!;j(!. at \V. j. recreation; a Moody<< and numbering; ,, Two hundred and eighty acre*, One Dollar Per Month

::1ff" 'Ihey swiped a whole daughters Mrs Q. W. Moslander, of A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 practice than a felowly] sp'>rte of pastjme. : 100 acres cleare'i i miles from :Milton ,
South Palafox street I 3} mile. from the railroad In Advance to
For tliKith not every one lye in on Member-bip.
9r r f train loud of coal that had been Greensboro, Ala.; Mrs. John F. I
wafght fur his .\dver>serie to Yellow River at Faulk's Ferry
ii swking
; Clothes Cleaned and 1'r--.11
; side-ttaEktd at the ttatioti. It is '
i t Yeend and Miss Teresa Ryan, of Jirldgin 5, Ifie Qesl for $c. o'I'J'tllrohim and to pi t'kl' him on his Well watered and with good dwelling often as desired, YourCl"1.-
only fair to state, however, that they I *, outhouf and fencing.
l'' Mobile, and three sons, Messrs. John J JF. nose, though it he on hard stones, go sent for and d.Jivl'PICd.\ -
; stand to for the coal It There are 40 acres of cypress in '
ready .
pay South Palafox aud Jin
rfi-1 fji! :
was MUiply a case of coal or cold. Ryan, of Pensacola Fla., Win. JI. Don't forget to buy the II necks that by are this broken ineanes, sniiH-timc.s sometimes their their this tract worth the price of the Club.lafiiss'. '
whole. This land has beengrown
,1 and Joseph A. Ryan of Mobile, baby one of those nice little
j backs, soincliini's their ]li' sometimes and
i ;:s extensively to C.IIIP large profits '
!14'g J. i3ostx:; people-among them Editor I i Plain S Skirts a Ep .ti i
* The funeral services were held from ', Rocking Chairs from Mar' j their arms!' som
'j 'A'; Fraik narrb-are of the opinionthat the I ston & Quina's. 50e. andupwards. I i out of joynt, sometimes another; F"metimt's pasturage adjoining, which i is free Yours for Neatne-
residence 871 Dauphin street, at {
t there ale other ways iu which I I the noses pn-li out with blood.5niucllnis Eighty-one: acrci, 3 miles noMh of

f Mr. Carnegie could have di-tributed 10 o'clock ;yesterday and from St. their eyes start out--tlclit-: above shrine with lei pond good house Ibis, well tract and i i- G. W. IRWIN.?

'tl his Dionty that would have done ,! Joseph's church with nquiein mass, 'i iI I lug, lininling: : t contention' quarrel: pick valuable in connection with stock

, more good than the buying of books. I at 10:30 o'clock. The intennfnt was 1 i You want a good riano tuner to lug, inurthrr, Immicid and irreat effusion rai-ing. The wood and timber will

+Ii '' The luuguilkeut libraries being eslabliehtd I stay in Peuacola: still you hold I of Mood, as e xperifii-c i daily pay for clearing and also fur the! :
made iu the Catholic cemetery. back order. Send it in, I tcaclieth. DO YOU KNOW
have land.
I Mr. will your i i :
K by Cainegie be of I ,_ I.
] I h had 20 years' experience and haveworked No such bargain a* this has yet
I n." I t very little beutlit to ihe\ery poor, I t'illdM "'ay Io Live 1Jf'r.a:, t Splnn'ar: I'urfhane. been offered t.i purchaser*. The REEKMAN Ll'MiSEH: t' +

.r L and others can get all the book they The startling announcement of '! iu several piano factories.Orders John Splan uf riiieago has purchasedfrom laiids have tlpl'n cultivated for years a large\ stock of dr --t ( .

t t- a t need il they have a dente for then Di-covery that will surely lengthen a I hft at Johnon's book store I, _\. S. AMil.rook fur a long price and I know what they will (pioduc-*, and ]joist?. Get their pn j -

! t 1 A practical sjstun of charity, by life U made 0Editor O. H. Downey Will be attended to.CnAS.1V. I MaryVixiier., by Strathmore-Mary They are convenient io market and Luyiuu--A .

which food, fuel ai.d clothing would Ilif Churubusfo, Ind. "1 wi-h art I PRESSLEY. S., by Alcantara. Mary Wagner i is the will be sold at a bargain on account, -
f tate," hit write, "that Dr l lug's -- I dam of U.iromuore that t:<'t Peter Stir ol owner engaging in other business.For
1' t j be supplied to those destitute and I New Di-covery for Consumption ic' If you want a nice present to give I ling, holder of the world's iccord for particulars, price and terms, Hot Rolls, at 51'. ra.. JOe
11 jt:1:i needy, would have relieved much the o>ot infallible remedy that I !! :o a friend, go and look through; the I three-year gcldngs.Lnanr: address NED FAY, a doz., at Solcmon's.STEAMER .
. hate: ever known for Colds elegant line of suitable articles j'Jcf Pensacola'la, j
distress and saved life, but, perhaps, Coughs, at I I
and Grip. It's valuable to people J, I. (Stephens, you surely can find I -
would have made such .
:: not cuiupicuus -
11" Heads Miould yever At h. .
1'1 witn weak lungs. Having this won- '' jomething to please you. If you I ), i LINE SCHEDULE
.' \ .o>us triouuments to the great benefactors derfiil medicine no one aced dread want anything in the Diamond line \Ii'l'-rnc'l Uabe, what would yjnI Never ensure this trouble. Use at

as the fine library buildings iu Pneumonia or Consumption. Its re. I 'be sure to see him before yon buy. I do if yon had a million dollars'/ once the remedy that stopped it fCIrs. !!'

i' 1 i : our large cities "Vanity all i is lief is instant aud cure certain" W. | ----- Uncle( e-AYcll, 1 doan rightly;: :\ N. A. Webster: of Winnie, Vu.hhe between( Peneacnla and Milton lioatKiinw
A. D'Aletnberte 121 For Over Years.MRS. write: : "Dr. Klu 's New Life
South: Palafox hug
: \\I J vanity." I street, &> and 1.00 know, FT I missy; but ef 1 had a milyun Pills wholly cored me of nick headaches Dally Fat'ept Sunday
guarantee c. f .
every WINSLOW'S BOOTH\9 BYRCP bat ilollahs\ 1 hdil'I'll Bit: olc 111108 had
: my
I suffered from for two
I bottle, aud give trial bottles free "
}; TilE Illdilanoia poMcllice incident barn used for over sixty years by mllhoDsoI half soled.I'uck.The years.: Cure Headache Constipa "CITY OF TAMPA..
\' mothers tor their cliiUren while teething
has stirred and lion Biliou uehS. 25c. at W. A.
up more rest ntmeut- _.
( T Milton bqam LvPfDnarols, om
with It soothes the child
. r! I. .I that widely t'xteuded-than it islikely PENSAGOLA LADEN softens perfect the gains success.,allays all paincur wind Strueisle For om..... D'Alembfrte's drug store, 121 South :, tr1'enercolasham: Ar Milton .
I. If this free jx-oiile, if this government:: Palafox street.EARLY. Fare,iv>c; Round trlplI:+q.
ti the president anticipated. The colic,and In the best remedy for Diarrhoea
I It will relieve the little sufferer Im Itself, is ever utterly deiimralized, it M -
:/,: ; New Orleans Mates speaks cut in no poor
J.p 11 uncertain language, giving the preidont i.1' i- VESSEIASNOREd: mt\ lately, Mold by Druggists In every pun : will! come from this human wriggle;: and .!;::".!;::". .1t': .:or: y IiI \:' ;
I of the world. Twenty-five cents .a bottle struggle for l.lit'l'-tltat i is, a way to JEWELER IN HIS
.. j' plainly to understand tint "the Be sure yon ask for")1 rs.Window's Booth- lava without work.-Lincoln. { WW"/WW 1 '
.1't'' 1- white people of the South, who 'and take other kind.
< pay lug Byrup no r
,I Atlantic City, X. J., Jan. 12.- : NEW STANDI
! !
the taxes and support the national -I I .\ trick I is like a cheap firecracker
schooner Harold B, Couseus of Bo+ WANTED-fURS.lo '
government to more than their full when it seems to Lace done its work SPRING :

j 1 E:' abate, will not tolerate the appointment tou, from l' usacola for Boston?|; 1 otter skins. .....f6.00tot9.00! and lot its vitality it is apt to explode ?; my

" i.I' to dUce of offensive ntgroe lumber laden is ashore at ?owns- No. 1 coon skins, large, .65 to ,.SONo. and hurt the man who set it off.-Saturday 4 i 120 South f Jewelry '
Palafox. formerly -
i I when such appointments are purposely ends Inlet and leaking badly. ThereveuuecutterUuundago 1 mink !'kins.larg-e, LCD to 1.50 I I Evening I'ost. & STYLES I S3 pied by Bass & Co., and an *

rif' insulting to our people andIJ" Other goods in full proportion. fl better prepared than ev( r t" ll'"
will standby I Tht".d; of :>!oil Nil Soda Mint.Under .
i made to serve political ends. Negroes Ak any Pensacola bank for ratingon I I //1 great bargains in diamond*, wa1; '
soi-Ial; and
i schooner tonight and attemptto ordinary :gatroiiom; jewelry, etc. Call and tee u,' i -
appointed to tfllce iu the South; I me l"tW&U
rr\\ lc conditions there is probably a great .1 let me convince
, float her tomorrow. Lifesavers I J, W, WATKIXS: 1 you.
}11' against the wishes and protests of t dlo-lm* Bran*wick, Ua. deal more heartburn than heartburnlugs. > J, I, t HTEIHEX-! *.
the people will not be permitted towe took off her crew. .-Indianii ols News.AdvNe 1 :
remain in those. offices." As the I I ti. To know what these are !J
a 'fi"; I Irishman would say, let Teddy put' ECZIM.NO CTKF, XO 11.\\'. CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, I an old man to marry a \ h eoing to be. look over the J EVERYBODY LOOKS

Your druggist ulll r..ruDdyour if : enough to he his datiL'Uttr, and t; February Butterick Pat- fl ,
: money Xo.3 South Palafox f-> young ;
street r
( that in his pipe aud Miiuke it, I Ifi your .
PAZ OINTMENT fails to cure JJng\\'crm,1 I electrical work. He is prepared to Le may ask if you take him for a fool, b! terns just received These fi FOR THE BEST

14':' THE high school proposition has avery Tetter Old L'lcert and flares: 1'iiuplea nod lt11BCkhNBd9 l do you a first-claa job at moderate I but he will not be otrendeJ.-\tchhon ti.February patterns show ;,\ [
I dl..1 N Ncases. skirts with outride
on tbe face, and all skin prices, Phone21/3./ Globe. box ft
fi;.1 4 I earuett, able and doubtless 5d CeDts.Goldring's. plait at the back bolero 'ajicket Here it Is. Call on "; ;:'"' *
1 sincere advocate in the Bradford : j effects, tome further :>i .
!{ j MEAT & MALT has a marvelous i Be Lenient. : Creary. They are doing f.. I.m!:

t i f County Telegraph, but Tar NEWS No. 3 saloon at the dietetic value. While refreshing and "You shouldn't judge a man by the t folks developments a new lot of in Rmfiin Nor-- hi:I work that can be turned out 1t,1: i are

i believes that a large majority of the Union depot since its opening, has pleasant to take it helps assimilation cigars;: Le gives you," remarked the !ftyle ,turkf-d Empires prepared to do any kind of >b
of Florida desire and with become noted as the place to find of food. Sold by "Some have They put on India robber urnthe
I, people DANNUE188ER BRO philosopher. one may given lion=es with capes, ,
sound judgment, more and better the best and purest brands of liquorsto them to him."-Cincinnati Coiajnep etc. Butterick pattern i1 best on the market, on short i.otice
be found in the city You will enable to make as they have a full line of 'tmber
dal Tribune.
V you your
common school, longer school Hot French Waffles with
receive polite attention and be made own dress. IJntterick pat tires in stock

;1i terms and better teachers first. welcome Florida Cane Syrup at The biggest building stones ever W.tun" can be relied upon :. Does yonr bnjrgy need up!, tl>titr"ing .

After this improvement has been Solomon's used are found not in Egypt, but at for up-to dateoess, ,I ? They can makeltgadaaeW daabi". nf
aerated, then will be in order the j,1rPORTLAND CEMENT a Baalbee. In Syria. They measure CO I prices too are tea-
'I CLOSING OUT. ; Fashion Sheets Free at i4V they have ample capital to carrv
consideration of high schools. Until $2 60 per barrel A. ''. CLUBBS, feet long and 20 feet square. .+t ..< jt our Pattern Counter.GOE'S a flrat-class carriage buildinz and

such time the "splendid system of Corner Bru and Garden Streets. Merriwether, the Furniture man, I repairing business. Don't fail: tv

schools" will suffice. The fact Hot French Waffles with call on them.
city --- at 114 South Tarragona street, is preparing I
Cited by The Telegraph that in some embark in a new business Florida Cane Syrup at y BOOK STORE \ Scales repaired.t o'PlTlElt &; CRFAW,

counties the average salary paid Your Liver and is closing out the remainder of I' Solomon's. t' 15; East Garden err' .t.
V 213 :
t teachers is only 1-5 per month, for Will be routed go Its natural: duties the bankrupt stock of furniture and i We will launder your 8I read! for Phone 57.

perhaps, a four months' term proves and your biliousness headache and I household goods at astonishingly : 15 cants: each and make them look T31 1t'S'3:

that economy is of first importancein constipation be cured if ;you take low price*. j like uw Btar Laundry. I I C CA.STOnX

the opinion of the taxpayer, Hood's PillsSold I tFPORTL.\XD CEMENT Hot Chocolate \cith '\.utt.u. lilalrjltmNaa')! !'.. "
Better pay will secure better teach- Try Gnnther's Candies at per barrel. A V. CLCBBS, Whipped Cream, at Solo I iutu.. If-tl-?

\ \CU. by all druggists. 2.j cents Solomon's. 11250 Bra and Uarden Htreets. mon's. J'sa / (



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I W. C. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; r.
Aatogrph Vent by James L !. a Dot it HM Proven of Inters and Value S. J. FOSHEEYice-Proeiden ; JOHN PFEIFFER, Au't Caihler. =r ?s

hook Owned IB Boston. to Thousands. .

IS OUT TO-DAY.j i An interesting volume In the Boston: Common sense would suggest tbat AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

] Public h'.irary: is MnAtalgne's,
--- t "Es- if one wishes to become fleshy and I :F
-::;,'s, printed early in the cnteeutu
Be plump it result from the
I can only
I .
1' l 1\ dirt the ned i " j I food we eat and digest and that food
p' r. the EI-Ji.:1: : : king! n hn was so largely
r afternoon '
: should be albuminous or flesh forming Designated Depository of the United States. j J
r' :,>uniU for the publication! uf tile it
.ut toljy. Ho is suf- food like ef-teak and ti .
ati'. ptedn>!ion of the Holy I Jib!?. eggs Condensed Statement at the close of busintssov.. 25,1902.LIABILITIES.. 1, :! ;
u from a wounl in I Tlio: Look 1 Is the 1r--t lla--lisb: trlDtol.l- 1 cereal ; in other words the kind of S i. .1

:toa! rf tae \t rrci-Ii .ir.tlur! end 1! food that nuke: lies1.!h are the foods RESOURCES. 4'I i '
,1: ;," t ail rijht., He was made l>:gr John: Flono, a friond ofz.ny which form the greater part cf our i!,Loansand Di=counts...... .. ... ..... .. .. f44'J9il.: !): !'4 Capital StockUndivided ...... ... .... ... ...... .... $ o.Kn.oo)

: ,-t i )d that: he does i y Oveidrafts eiecureddnd Uns -eured.. .... :l,301.17! surplus ,..... .... .. .... .... .... .,.... ..., ::(J,(" I..O ) ii i
of the fillllUS Eliztt ethaa writ i daily bills of fare. IT. rf. Bonds and Premium... ..... ..... i
213,8')687) Profits. .... .. .. .... ..... ... I\JOH\ ) :
.' tCli e of unjinz, ers. including ::1.l;"-i ire htn.--f: I But the trouble is that while we I I !Stocks, securities: (etc... .. .... .... ... ... 2.6iu9!: Rediscount: .. .... ...... ... .. ... .... ... ),21' ;.lil "/ '

as a wron* infer- i v.'hI drew 81 versl suggestions. from itspages eat enough and generally too Furniture and Futures.... ...... .... .. .. 6.718.4 Circulation. .... .... ... ... ... ........ .... l.Its'fu! :yla ,1'I
for well known passages In hilt uuc3'1 I [. K. (itarnp-...... .. .. .... ... ... .... .. ... n5 I!:2 Deposit; ...... .... ..... ...... .. .... ...... l815 a 1 '
< ly's Qota i ia this i IIh'SS. I the stomach, from abuse and over I bass and Exchange. ... .. ... .. ... ...... l.,5H3: : 12
t work does not and {
':'ly. Dr!. TIen.h:1w: i TIle 1:1'<:tO'1 library co;)y Las a mod properly digest I. ;;
e-n lid.g: but the ancimt loaf i..a-similate it, which is the reason AO I :-: "
fly is
"tided him. 1| j remain thin and u lid<.r 1 T I)t a I'. $'s;.8,<;'J'T( oJ t:\I. |b22ii2.1iO: ; (} i l
pve"i vcd on u bleb written the fol- |j many :i .. .
This bank opened for buine s Oetobei- 23: 190 3.Ve
!! solicit
kvi> ; ',' pr;\' n. In King James' auto- | weigh ; the digestive organs da not i|! /oar business prompt, c,.urti.mis and careful attention. respectfully! your patronage and we will sr.Te '
r.:1.L: : completely: digest the fish forming i, i ,,t

AlL I salt lypth I ncklt to the anatomle |i beefsteak and eggs at.d "I 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. d.
M Of piy frail! hairt. o humane dcvltie ', e_ .
[0 trust the Almychtle, !yk the Aiaychtie's food. -------- .It,. ., ,
CAME FRIDAY'I \o J I There are thousands of such who I -- \ ----- V'I". 1k .
\ \ ,
O put f.n mo thy robe as cuhjlom lord i are really confirmed although THE HOME DOCTOR.i 1 'I'' '%,.t, !!"' :-.:.>"' ..',.-:; ... iJ''' ';
dyspeptics -
j T'.nu | ui.-st once more me In thy blest '4 II" ;
I Kii, frI I ; they have no particular pain i I II i I'i! w:52S2.s2S'25: 5cSZ5252S2SS / ) ; r. 1
I | n() .IJIl'l'l place a pee! of brown .. .
I And ill ray souUl thy secretst law engrave. or inconvenience from .... -:: ( I >
of bi-ket bs'.liin 'I their soniacrs. 1 : I
:me raper iu top of mouth and pros the La: / /. -/ r.. \ "
| Tlie: t si' lllii: :? lit u '
[rant lirewf-n and i tongue; csainst; it p ::1: .
I are i-haravterlstic vt early .Saitoh pot ,I If such: persons would lay their The juice! of oranges, as of h'mons, tlruo.t :! :
\rm tr tri's Chsical try. which King; Janits, as Seotcli-- i! t
prejudices aside and nuke a regular valuable to make drinks for fever I
.. I in n !liinis!If. tn<;1 k: great delight inn :
'lace at the armory practice of tdkiiiz; after each moal.: patients, says a medical authority.
riits.andlx'1ctpstheat: tra-:;e reader
of I A pillow of rid clover blossoms will! ,
one or two btuart's Dyspepsia
eight. I ::1 I have no mitorr 'di"icutyu! : d''iI'r-! !
Tablets the food would be it is said, be found soothing to persons 'Jla ID '
'" g-iiue: to many of the ;.i_' lac royal i.uciulrs: ; than in niking; : quickly .
;olio buffer from nervous headache.I'or
nit a liasiu a ucMUrn ": L'OtlllIa1cct; and thoroughly digested because .
,' iletics and doubtle! cuts vita alum water
use ore or
10\ll. i these tablets contain the natural: 2.S2S2S2.S2S252525252..rS;
i to the blood an.l draw together
"'d by a large: crowd. ''peptones and diastase which stop
everyweak - -
with strips of court plaster.
narrow i -
Liquid O-n'II.: "
stomach lacks, and by supply-
Liquid ox::;''" v.-l.t-n lirs-t formed is To cure the i-tin; of a wasp rub the

id FICHT! iHESMALLPOX.SPREAD L.ilLy: in :.i ieirwe: owing to the pre- lug this want the stomach is soon effected part: with a mixture of one

<-n.-f of .,Lie impurity w Lic-li may be enabled to regain its natural: tone part of uirt: >born and two parts of

r'T.iou-d l It.\ IM-WLS' ; it through; ordinary f aud vi.jor. I olive oil. :' mI l wmn mm :

filter iMper.Vh 'n pure' it I is of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets digest:, .\ risk rubbing from heal to foot

it jKili- Hue (oor! which however i is i j every form of llarh-formiug:; food, I with a! towel bight; and morning L ,
:iot due, as some: have thought to tuj i| meat, egg;, bread: and potatoes: and ;.r will do much to ward off neuralgiaand j

in .ting of state, county press' >e cf liquid!: ozone, which is: of n i J this is the reason they so qui;kly I the! ;:mathtt. i' '.:

d..rk; blue ,'o!tl!'. I.i lull oxygen is a | build A liniiueut! for cuts and bruises may .'
ilth otllers! was held at I i up, strengthen; and invigorate S7-\'LE
mmcoudiieti-r, a-e; at 10:30: :i. in. today -.ruiijrl.v; ; 11I:11'i; !('. It may lie lifted i J''Children.I 1 thin dyspeptic 11n'CUlt'tl and I beat-lug: : I' ,. i

1 i'i.< wire adept d to stop from a cup h> preM'Ulhig; the poles of I| : ;
a strong I'lifiro! mag'ut.: It RVIU* to 'i J Invalid and children, even the I pentine.. -OF-

a-e of smallpox. Among li.ueery :-F\<%M eii< mical activity, i I mist delicate: u-e them with maik- I

,. I) attended the nioetiuijor ; MIIIV! it will (':\ia Ict.h; a lighted; matib 1'ed benefit, as they contain no 110to l!<- ('harmn:;. I II ;

It Jones, City Health and has no action on a piece! of phospucrus i: strong; irritating drugs, no cithnrtic : A woman can mal.e't' mar her at-

droppid I iuto it. It isell:! i iki.on 1 i nor any harmful ingredient. I Iradhwic She can by an utter disregard : Muslin
t Hays DM. Anderson, 1'ier- aril 1': lines of the \\,5' Underwear
that the \ |i Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the of hyeit nie! la and a neglect: I
and McMillan and the entire solar due to and' of ,
: : 1'1"'I1'UIIII'e o\gen. i i most successful and most widely I of toilet :lef.l.ot'I'S' in the opinion
t. "I I ,if couaty commissioners. from experiments on the t"'i> vf M<>utP.lanc : known of remedy for stomach Home Chat lose; entirely that charm of j
it tl-iiuglit! they are largely if face and form that nature obviously
not wholly dm to the oxygen; in theearths :i troubles because it is the most rea- tended should be hers. .\ few drops In'j
.X Guaranteed Cure lor l.i't'' sonable and scientific of modern .IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN I. f I'' ;
atmo.-phere. Professor liewar boothing! : lotion will transform a pair of .. .. :
ing, Blind, heeding: or Protruding .howl'tl that these lines cOllie out wry medicines. rough; hands into soft OHQS, systematic I'
i' Your drugglot will refund your .
totrulI;g when liquid oxygen is interHKed Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are care of the complexion will keep it -- -
r vlf I'A/.O UIXTM EXT fails to cure '
ci-nts. | in the path of the rays from an sold by every druggist :n the United smooth and ward off wrinkles: and

electric lamp. States and Canada as well as in an eagerness to read clever books Such Qualities, Such Great Values were ;
and to know things and a lively Interest -
\\' I'W: fancy prices for furni- TO CUKK A COLD IN ONE DAY Great Britain at 60 cents for com ", in the current events of the day will never before offered in any of our Previous I ,

till ''i.iu-e furnishing goods Take Laxative Rrnmn Quinine Tablets I plete treatment. brighten the eyes as nothing cNe can
I II Tbissignature: gffljf g on Nothing further is required to Record ti'I
; i \vether at 1H Koutlii. bus) !!!tJC* f'P / e\ry'ILrPORTLAXD except it be the sympathy of the man Breaking Underwear sales,
-i. .t. will sell you what cure any stomach trouble or to make loves. The this
1 1 one woman jioj-ses.siiig;:
: \ ir own price. CEMENT: at : thin, nervous, dyspeptic people, knouliilge is far more charming and j and you should without fail, attend this

$2 60 per tmrrel. A. V. CLIMIKS f(( strong, plump and well. attractive than she in wbono path no

1 : .,,, ,-tcrling silvery Corner lira and Garden (Streets. beautifying! ;: whims have ever come one. J "

.\ i.' O. M. Pryor will sell you furniture
r 1' i -'. i"! p':-'. I'rn'iiS, tO cheaper ; is the one who will develop into -I
j ; than other house in
any deported Daily for The New t
L' i-' .:. the city. I Union Naval Stores >j the entertaining: interesting ginndinotlur '' r
Co. Sale
Continues Until
lit U!
_---U_ -_ ____ of the next pern'ration, as dainty I, Wednesday Nig
--- -- --- 80"1'1.i '
I amt ns youthful :I'; was"; the: mother

-. : G. W. & CO 'G. W. & CO i /( ___.........ttrvtl :11) H._.._._. .....I:! () of the past generation.A -- -- t
((32P .1J __......_. ..u. Ii 0,0 6_ ._... ..._ 1 ,;; J.
l./ i i_..on. ... ...._ 1i.5 F...... '''_ 1 fI;;) _r' .-_
GREEN WATSON & ; %..... ... ...___ 3 ::: E._...._ _._ I fAI Lack of rirmncHH. I ...JACKETS, FURS, SKIRTS... "
CO.. :i lilt ___._ ::1 I'll D_..__ 15.II A very malt< I' of fait old ;gentlemanthe

II 1-.------ :: 40 C&below...... 1 IiIII other day called to see a neighbor! !I
-- ---- __ _J !>' I PtllIT8 TCBPEOITUn-StlI! a. an old Iri.-hwoman who had been ailing ,I Remember, our Entire Line of Jackets, '

Ii I for some time! when the followingconversation '
r\ >/ I EXPOSURE to a sudden climatic I took plarat the door: Sk irts and Furs are going at ;

o 9! change produces cold in tilt head I ".\wl how do you find yourself/ today 1 I I
and catarrh inapt to follow. Provid-

i.. ed with Ely's Cream Ialm you are Ilridgi-tV""::::111.!; '.. jour honor I'm mighty; bad. *Actual New York Cost !.& S
j armed again*Xa"ll: ifirrh. Price i
I' This shocking \\'I'Jtllt'r '11 be the end
W) cents at IruggrtsorEly Brother, ... __ .
ill( Warren Street, New York, will of mo. I'll be a dead noi.iau beforelong. N :
I : 'r r
mail it. The Ii shin cures without I ." I

-- a pain, doe not irritate or cuueiietzicg. I "Hoots, toots, w.min: 'ie've 1 eensaying W. J. & B. EORBES.r;
It itself
spreads : over an that for the last twenty years:
_. _. 0 irritated and angry curf-ice reli! .-vin I I'll tell je what it isle watt liruntehs .. ,
iiiiuip the indam- i_== :::c-= OIIZ ::rR "a."ll 3,'=:1: I't -=---=_
\ 1. \ I,!: I'LI'\-'J.D: ; TO ANNOUNCE that wn have com- ; Ji.itely paiuful o' mind.! 1'iu' a day for jer ileeing and '
w : I ,iri.m.'t.JIM! nt- I>y Wilier w* am mid. Exclusive > \lutiI. clfun-es and cure. Cream stick tae It!"-London Telegraph.G i
Halm the cold. II
L' : tin our City fr the IIPW "Dorothy Dod1" Shoe J quickly cures
: w faiimiK: big a tuition all over the country. Teeth.1)on't J\.J'- (\ !\.t1 (( {( U ( I\.jt (L 1\J\.r\ (\ !\ t1 (\ (I" If .
You will consult your best inters I t11'tlli'18111 .IIVlflll
I II i hy I" :MIOM are remarkable for more than "dnb fail to ponder' occasionally, : fiafIur S
0 t.. mty'' and "f nltles fit,"-thy are built upon ppeci- ,.... I ests by going to O.1.. Pryor if you I II th 'sl' facts: That without good teeth I
.- fnrni-lie'1 i hv' a woman who has nude: a study of i want furniture. He i is in position to there i' .
0 11 II, n, juiriiHt-! Thpy are a woman's idea of "the r- I ralnotbe, thorough nl.\"t t'atiul1. I
p | sell than other hou in ItEWIS GO.
"""'," All the knowledge and facilities: of this house havex'Irtet { the city. be perfect digestion.Vithout ; .
with a view to tpting the cl:lims of the "Dorothy I
'I "h'.iif." \\".. find that it not only P"i'"f'i''iI..that oomthing 1 \ jK-rfect digestion there cannot

'. ''- :u ah'I\'p thH comtn"nplace.: but that it is easily tuneo 1I VALUABLE CITY lOTS. le proper' assimilation. I

,.,,1 I thr: points nf L' (hug, of Jilting '/lHtlili'JaLd of mine I Without proper assimilation there -AGENTS FOR-tf i
W :I\'I It our UIHI1:1Iif1tli: end remeut. a I -- cannot tn' nutrition.! !

o Off First Consignment of 'Dorothy Dodd" Shoes Has Been Received. 1 1I I Of the large number of lots recently health Without nutrition there cannot be '

II ., 'III-r"ctitH\ aU 'I'd It'! pleasure and you the orporthp" purchased! by Mr. 0. M. Pryor Without htlth'Iult Is life worth? I !
.. I. I IlI'uel' Joe Wheeler
P p much.talltf>d-nf rhw;. !: 1' the paramount importance of i

-:: _...- -, -:_- ,,- -,,-- -= 'pur-chaser' many : good teeth. i;! I "
,, '
WE HAVE i some of the choicest are still held by I Short t' ;
UIL EEN waTsoN & CO oil nmfort."It :
ii i! USIVE SALE.L I him. I must be a great comfort to you to '

tE.: G. W. & CO;; G. W. & CO ,. !ij (j! lie will sell to actual settlers on own such s[ lendid furniture." $ Cigars I..

--- most favorable terms as he id I "Comfort! Say, there isn't but one .
termiued to build up this property. comfortable chair in the whole lot, and j l.

:...:...0..ONHV000NNNNN.NO.ON.HN.NO.0.N 1I i' I my wife Invariablyrants to bit- in I ;
: WANTED-FURS. I that.-CI \.l'lautll'lailJ Dealer.
1 The Sensation of the Day.
i tNo.l otter sklntl..560HOf900 i
SACRIFICE SALE 4 Sen.itlle Patient.Dr. .
i i No. coon !skins large, 50 to '.S ) }
: No. 1 mink shin large: 100 to 150 lwdco-I'cPt po to IoI.:>t'Tha t I
j j Other goods in full show Jour circulation bad.
-OFB1JGGIESi- Ak any Pen"acola bank for ratingon l.litur-Tllat's nil you quiuks: know. i .GIVE THEM A TRIAL! "

: me. I suppose If my corns ached that would .. .. ; ,
i J. W. WATKIXS.j show that advertising patronage was j

I j ____Brunswick, Ga. i falling off. I II \YNmNMwNMYNA .

: ....Ar THE... PIANO DRAWINC. I \l'lul".I'I. I )1.,
"I'm Innocent and 1 can prove It It 1'
At a meeting of the directors of
I the Carnival Association January B, you will give me time,"' whined the old SPECIAL NOTICE.H. DR. F. E BRUCE :

BEER[ [ RS' CffiM REPOSITORY. it was decided that if ticket No. Ml, offender."TLrrc. !

0 which drew the $tOO piano, is not I << years," said the Jud;e.-Bali Alfman, Umbrella Maker, 315 Has returned and resumed practice. '

Ij produced by January 15, it will be i i tlmore American. South Palafox wishes to inform the
I declared forfeited and the sale of Office 22.S West Government Kt.,
i : 4 -s "f Wm. Johnson & Son and :MUST close out my entire drawing held at 9 p. m. Fedruary 23. : Scrofula with its swollen gland, solicit trade and will only be re-

. '' Vehicles before February 1. If you want Buggy this is 7jlw running sores, inflamed eyelids cu 1 sponsible for goods intrusted to him 143. '
"'ultfUNITYOFA LIFETIME to buy one at your own -- -- ---- taneous eruptions yields to Hood's'' 3jlmWANTEDHIDES. -
: ; > hUa very fine assortment: and the first comers will gett FOR LUMBER Sarsaparilla. :
-t bargains. & J Hot French Waffles with

: Respectfully, HEN 1). BEERS.f Call on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. Hot French Waffles with Florid Cane Syrup at '

for estimates before placing Florida Cane Syrup at Dry flint hides:..... ... ... ...12l, c n. Solomon's.

-.1.11 tar a0111INNNO.NNN................NNIINN1 your orders for lumber. dl6-lm Solomon's. Green salt hides.. .... .. ..... 7c n.
The finest- line ot umbrellas in tbe Tallow, in barrels..-. .." ... 6c 11. '

D. HALE WILSON city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look Tallow in.cakes. . ..... ". 6.'a'c It, I f I
at them. MONEY TO LOAN
i Beeswax, 2fi cents per pound. f fAlk
Fen' acola bank for ratingon
Jlfarston have any .
$ Quina a

Estate and Rental Agent !fine I line of Rattan Parlor II I i without On tbe most reasonable. terms and me. J. W. WATT INS. t'i
I Suits, and odd ps ces; they W. BULLARD, I Brunswick, Ga. RMiStiG Photography I I..j

ISia South PalaftSheet, : are better and cheaper than 2Sla South Palafox UpStairs.J. Hot Rolls, at 5 p> m., lOc- ,

TELr'' rONE NO. 24. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA ever. A. WILSON, Manager. doz., at Solomon's. I :,W.JM I'alafox Street. : I i j :!

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: Mrs. Fred Vivr&iH Judge A Joseph Couple AspinalT.f Joker reputationu ...WIL MOYER'SWWIST

a humorist on the bench Is pros""r-

+ ,' $ No. 228 Territorial Street. Benton Harbor Mich."I Dial) but when off the bench he ivrely

Jokes. Hence it was that As-jistact SIDE GROCERY

am pleased! to give my hen, as are their ambitions, District Attorney Martin W. Littleton
experience with Vine of triumphs and defeats. the utter dinuer spellbinder was taken

Girdui as I am very grateful Healthy women do not Buffer DY surprise when th" Judge calmly inquired I HA JUST RECEIVED: A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OFFish
: for its help. After my first miscarriage nor does I

t baby was bom 1 could not a woman who is healthy "Martin, ;you ate interested in ath Roe, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, Barrel 1 OIires

item to r.-gain my strength /oJ suffer tortures at childbirth. letics. Tell me the name of the cham- Mackerel ,
mouth the doctor give me It is the woman who is ailing Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and Every
tonic which he considered: -who has female weakva pion shot putter. jt j '
in First-Class
I' but instead of ness-who fears the ordeal "I'll have to pass that, Jadse." t a thing Kept a Grocery,

getting fitter I grew weaker ti of becoming mother.Wine
Cray day. My husband: of Cardui builds up the wo .I canton?" OCCAM luX.: i

came home one evening with 1In.Fwd r"Nt'manly in a woman: It stops I|I Mr. LittMon reeled from the Impact:
some Wine of Cardui aDd all unnatural drains and but. quickly recovering replied: A Car I L al
sisted that I take it for & week and Ice strains-irregularities which are responsible ".lh, yes, very neat. Put by the way. I
what it would do forme. As he: seemed for barrenness and miscarriage. -
fij to have 10 much faith in it I did take the It makes a strong and I see you are one" .of the entries in the M.A.v-ery: :

e+ l, medicine and was very grateful to find healthy and able to pass through pregnancy big paper chase.
my strength slowly returning. la two and childbirth with little suffer Taper chase? What paper chasersaid : Beautiful ThoughtsThe
weeks I was out of bed and in a month ing. After the ordeal is passed theWine I tbe Judge unguardedly., sweet pure breath of the babe iaag (SUCCESSOR TO AVERY % WOOLFOLK.)

f was able to take up my usual duties. I prepares a woman for a speedy 1 The chase for greenbacks. Judge. iesti\e of innocence and health.A .
am very enthusiastic in its praise." recovery to health and activity. Good day. Glad to have met 3"011.-" mother's yearning for children is inseparable IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

TjnOTHERnOOD is the noblest duty Wine of Cardui, in re-re-inforcing New York Times. from a love of the beautiful,and

I |T| and highest privilege women organsofgenerationhasmademotherscan .-- .1' it behooves" every woman to bring the HARDWARE.
| achieve or aspire to. With- of women who had given up hope of I Dnnrere af the Apottierarr. sweetest and best influence to bear 03
e }- l out this rri\"ill'gewomen do not e\"erbecomingmothers. Wine of Cardui The distilled essential oil of almonds the subject of her maternity
3j pet all there is in life--too often they will cure almost any case of barrenness To relieve jaia and make easy that Iron Nails. Axe*. Shoat|11, Saw Mill and Steamboat
which when diluted the
'" !, pi through the world discontented, except cases of organic trouble. How : supplies jwpa- period when life is born again: Supplies, Cook ins; and Heating ;t'I\ (>". Paint, Oils

ren wrlppl'd up in their own selfish cares can you refuse to take such a remedy lar flavoring for sweets and confectionery : Mother's Friend Window Glass Gun. Pi-toL and Fi-hin? Tackle
_Jf and troubles. How diffi-rent is thehappy that promises such relief from suffering? known as "rttlflt contains In Itstrong'St

p mother watching her children Wine of Cardui simply makes you a form a sufficient percci/tage : is popularly used. It is a liniment easily I Agate; and Tinware ana lloiis-efurnishiui, G loll< ,

pruw: into manhood ana womanhood. strong woman, and strong, healthy of hydrocyanic acid to male: it highly administered cad for external use only. 'AGEN8FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COM-\\YtQ

,, :r4 A mother lives as many lives as she has: women do not suiter. They look for dangerous A young man who vas executing Fremustwomcnshould try this remedy Revere Giant Stitched B.ltinsr, Northampton Eni

ita'1e"a'r b children-their joys and sorrows are ward to motherhood with joy. an order by inuring it from a it being undeniably a friend to her duriiihature'stcrti Wheel Co.. Lr>ftin& Rind Powder Co., Jnoa's! K.r.

4 i l:1rg.I' ul to a smaller one not'ee-l! : of sus!\Cne and anticipation.1Lther's sonune; Iron Kin* and Buck Stoves and Rang. \\'

|i'f? K ff A million suffering women that hi? had not put the label quite I Friend, if used throughout C>UJ: & o.'+ Raw Hide Lice Leather. Masm -

till;; t v/INEofCARJVI have found relief in straight on tbe smaller bottle and took : gestation, will soften the breasts, therebyprevt All Made Railroad Colors.
'ntiirj cracked cmisore nirr It's.
I Wine of Cardui. It off again. Before replacing the l:111tl I : muscles spraining with tie burden \vLJrelai i 1aSOllt(' 'r 1II1)le. "t'n S ll'Illil Fla
he licked it to make of its sticking'
sure -;- become supple and elastic from its
:M : I propeily. Hut while pouring; be bad continued application.All .

,''3 il Ko:unn Hc;:unrm, Ac..Ll-ore. Inadvertently let n deep or two trickle! | > fibres in the abdominal: region will
.J.. t r.\, -:'b .ily who ,'j".t<* Uouie m't l'I.If. I "Yrx. rir. l'\e traeled a tho7sa: 1d on the outside of tbe bottle where he respond readily:: to the t'lp..mdinco'er' :; F CHARLES,

f! p. ,'. I. I'i- stvtU;:: :, ti jiiiJ di>.i|t1 i>oiiild.o ; miles! i n that uuouiobio! without an had! affixed the laln-l. Then when he contanningtheembrvoif Hot Friend :II

J.1 of, b 'r. 'I'"o ui-inr" Jlu: ,.lu v. ill: accideat.:' touched tLe label with his tongue he is applied all reliable externally druggists $r.oo ng pregnancy.Of bottle.. Ifs l w t; BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
t" -r t'ly' tiiviiitiK.nti'illioii: : you al"l "))o jou mean' to say that you have felt as if I something shot along that : Write for free boot on notherhooJ.' V'

tit'1..... '11 I |ir" .ir'j tl.,11m.ll they fade 11:1YflU I It run OUT no one. broken no bones or ;:. member and also a jump of his heart tHE 6RADFIELD REGULATOR CO..ATLANTA CA. I 4 REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

:!' l\l. will l lo f\\iI1J\.J! -:1101,1\'IIt'I: | s, wrecked any vehicles So he rushed to a tap which was for a:I Wholesale and Retail Dealer iu Shoes, Leathti
"t;:. t 111\11. i>< ilillrrs and everybody btl'k-I "Cat those are not 11t't'alent.-Lle. .. tunately close at band and put his: '

...c. ,Ii bare biythins. :: t-i do with, and the lx>;gvvil : tongue under the funning water. Never J Secncary to aU.I PHO.\E: 514. 007 SOfl II FWFOSTICFFT

l': "a' r4. gars suinoj jou with their IHTM.NIlike 1 ConcfntrnUnu lib effort. :i as long as be lived, be said would! he (\ "There Is one great difference be- i j- -

f ( < ;;t ('1J't. \ tlu (ilJ.irs1111 flower girls: "Is ttisbed still engaged; In tbe eteral. -' forget that pol.oni:; lIen"atlon.-Cham. i tween real love and story book love,"
I she
j regretfully.
.J: Mr'r ttat follow you upon the street, but all n "eeerlastin elevation of the stage?" hers: Journal. "
i "What Is it? he asked. WICKE&CO.Plumber
r i this is a past <.( the fXKTU-nct> of <'v- "Well, he thinks it can be done gradually .
The Teeth. "In the case of real love can'tturn
t : : and by slow dret't: presenthe's yon
anIleyaaets i I If you are a dyspeptic with tender over to the last chapter and find

; most busily engaged in a movement I teeth says a dentist, use a small soft I out how the story Is going to end before Gas and Steam
.. tutu CilliT lUCfS. for the elevation of the !
]> coonsongJudge. ; fitter
brush twice a day, and Just before you permit yourself to become Interested .
Rhi., l:. is '! ,
ojyns; a profession, as In every i| stepping into bed rub with your torn In it" ,
>v clher Italian city, and the profits IAn i ii
little bicarbonate of soda I "
i i finger a dry I "I believe he returned thoughtfully No. &
South Palafox
i, iiiui-H larger, Ilt'cautiu'rl' Insinuation. Street.
are mon
f j I I about the root of the gums. Some folks "that woman's curiosity and Impatience
it). ttrana'rs. : to apin-al to. None but Inert's Danny-Say Pat. do ye b'lave that use a solution of carbolic and I soda asa I would lead her to begin at the All Kind8 01 Plumbing and Gas Fitting Materials Kap OD Nand:

!j r ix nencid :: ::::irs ever approach a native : pnple: inyace in tbe same occupationsIn mouth wash, which very nearly as !i wrong): end of a real romance If she I -tt a-"Ii'Wi. tva ....1"54441 A .'1.1

j\} Human, Localise they Know it ist"5. the vita vrurruld that they do in good, and I always advise Instead of could."

1:... J-i.. but they sale nil their energy: this? the employment of dental silk, a narrow I j! "Why, of course," she answered I -

Lt : t ein.I jtaiho.-i fur strangers<< pnrtioularlyTicans Pat-Not always, me b'y. Ut's tin rubber band, such\ as you buy for !'i calmly. "Can't you see how much I J. A VAN PELT. J. c. VAN PELT

fir; !,' iiil isll, whom they to wan ye won't have the chance tod:1ue desk use. The rubber run between theteeth
,, more delightful !it would IK to begin
it t0liow with! tlio greatest prrslstcncc.aijo : .- snowy pavements loike ye do will catch any deposit and wou't''' with marriage and end with courtship i VAN PELT BROTHERS

t : l .,_ lll'rd,1. Li tre. I
/1'0 I Ui r, I.r': cut the gums as thread often does. ?" ,
The Arti-.r Enlhnilamn. lie considered the matter deeply and
f'il, stir lUril Jelly. GARDEN STREET
Smart little GROCERS.
offered! for
"IIa\e you done anjtliin? with tbat capes are shook his head. It is so hard for the I
l flee: ly a little: girl three years: old, ?" n.ske the friend. spring wear. They are short extending i
mystery yet masculine mind follow
1 heavy to theI
1'f' '\\ vie niittlur was bu.y putting: ui the waist i Have Received :Since the Holidays a Fresh Line .>f
line.t the front
only ta
"Yt'';. answered the detective; "we I i lIU'feminine fancies.-Chicago Post
r t\},: jt-\: asUitl II.T, UHUiii-r fur a j,il.I'"t have: found several clews that make It there are two long; ends, which reachto

-p k bead ai'l jt-lly. but as it war n.ulyluii I more mjMerions than ever, which fact the edge; of the costume and form ; STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,

.;.-tJi. < < r nine her 1 .:uunla 1 :..i,1.he bad : you will nf 'our-e: understand very ma- the I finish-New York Tribune. 1 1Ilnl. i Forty Years' Tori ore. i

r\l Letter wait. lU-lon UiJn't like this, MJ : To be relieved from disease
: !!. tl'riall'n1l:1Ul"'oj our artistic enjoy- torturing Fruits, Nuts, and all the Ddicacacics of the Season.Our :
xL'' v.t-ni out oa t1dlTb and slur;
ttl" tll'nt-Wa.shhi.ton: Star. after forty years' torture might
-.r. the chorus of "Coun. CIXMI. coou," '. to Be a Doctor.Little Goods are Arriving: Daily and you can Always help on Getting the
"ft{ wb s!lii1 L..J lately louriKtl: Prince Edward sou of the well cause the gratitude of :any one.
\ 1111 I <{notion.Roundlei !1 That i;* what De Witt's Witch Hazel Best Freshest and Cheapest.
Puke ,
4>f Cornwall and York and future J
1;I"t 4 .111>\! jelly I sis i I some Jell3'1'v /; hI dear, club is t
3 i'. -, Jolty, jelly, I'J like to have some our : l king of England, has his OWE ideas tIt j Salve did for C. Haney Geneva, 0. '
t.: :\;,I -& jU. !'oono- han nil the comforts of a what he wants to be. Not l long ago the i He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel VAN PELT BROTHERS
Jilijjelly, j-'liy.:i for morning night or homeMrs.. ,
r-did. little: CdwfIS! given his first book of
poor.I'd P.ounllf'ih-Intkt't1! And'whenis i Salve: cured me of piles after I had

f ,,1-1 rather Jiav* some jelly than a coon i our home to hate all the comforts ofa Enclish hi"lorThe: volume was full i Buffered forty year.* Cures; cuts, TELEPHONE NO. 231. *+t ..+t ?+t 31 EAST GARDEN ST f

f; : rooii cvon. __ club?-New York"orIll.. of Illustrationincluding one of the : burns, wounds; skin diseases. Be.
.lit a i unfortunate Cl.arles 10n t te way to j, ware of counterfeits.; Hargis; Pharmacy !
II Un< tlllIIP'1'ord.
i 1 his l'i'cticn. John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn.j .
A tonclior: Lad annuli; her ". n Too Itpen.tte. I I

r. fl. - u.l\I'.1 .Johnny (;rtY'u. w Im ia i,retvinag IWtor-You dots mean tn say that : ImnJ.aU'y: the term prince xranti The Star Laundry
i ed to know all about it, an-i be was I }
':fll'1 4. lii:> .>-iH'liig!! ; h-S MIU \:':IS wickedI'no'h h[>r. Killencnre charged $ltO to cut off toM\ the tory at length. On its coaclu5 j' EIUL FUKNCH: SCHEDrLE ,

th li study oaly the WVI',1th.ll your leg? = be M:iiuiced tie book shut with jo schedule !
a Following the of the i
I. "" .u..e'| t.. Win. knt-Why., yes. I Biggest Busiest Best !
.-.; decided air and said: government steamer General French ,
Jv.c ''.:IIII'. > of the boys of the classj IllIdur"l'll.. I'd have cut them both
] "Oh, I doa like; that at all! : I shan't : which THE NEWS prints; for the
.:s al'M' i:1. but Johnny was nut :awnrof oft for that nmnev.
le jeneflt of the merchants who
l a king. Via going to be a doctor. hip
: a this: cute:! I he pause intit the clan. -. ---, i :heir goods; to the various; army
1 Tlio s-julliiiu then was duce orally, and time of Tho f> Qnmtlnn ;posts: !
I Speak
t Esi-! '-Mi. did; all children Mother GrawPPt Powder for 1 RA Tteyfflrteelves'e}
n t 1rlr.r; w< r>l was given .luli'iny. Son get us I), leaves fensacola._ .... ___.. _. 7:00 a. m.
itfi -niflttai'li- r;" bi said'Yhet ain'tuiy .It different time? Children. I Leaves Htrranras."........ ... ...___ 7:50 a. m. '
M:i-Yes. di-iir. Why? JccP"fully used by Mother Gray, nurse In Lave Pickens ._ ..... .. ..._ ....._ S.trta. m. L
wen'!; th't'im.! < IS-uwuV word | ueavei Barrancas.__. ........._. "*:15a. m. S '
Ah E'' -Why didn't you order us" all the Children Home In New York CureFeversstlnest j Craves Pea4ltcola.IP15a.m. t
1 :U1 vl In? ain't: here_t4_d:if. i f c \ '
at one- an' jet; wholesale rates?-Philadelphia Bad Htomucb, Arrives B(\rr DCa/ 11:10 a. m. and th..onail's .. ,J
l lt-
Teething > ;
Slitter. tnItaly's ttaIT. i A trip to Fort McKell and then rt-
: Press.I'rUnte.
In'vn.' from orderslnoveaadregulate the Bowels | acne to Barrancaa.i .
. anl
li ( furcijn visitor* |j L'!avt1 Karraacas __ ..,.._. "on __ lli p. m. ..
; b {;,timl.tIt' :,Wt"hl.IIM'l yonr.I U-stroy Worms. Over 3UJO testimonials. Leaves Pickeai .._. .._. ,_. .._.-_ 1:25: p. m. Welett Hand -- '
. -'" ,- rat) 1'craonnl. Leaves Pell'acola .,_,__._.. 4::*) p. m. Cuffs we L'tun I j..r -; as f >r
11)1; Tt':!f'b'r->: u; '. I IKoy Arrive Barrancas sao m. and makes them-.ices.! They will t ult I i i' i1t' r
>-!-'ioul meet an immovable .body, what pie FREE Address Alleu 8. Olmsted, I.e p.
;P Urn' Is nr. i-xet'lh-nt nhsorbent ofta'tfsturv .rip to McRe and return. tf r
than We .ul1:
we want t< n< .
1\"Jul.l 5
happen? *\ On Wednesdays and Saturdays' the t
tit nuJ !rapidly fatal tit frormfife. Little irl-PIo'II'; ''n. sir. ma says I --- colt wil leave Barrancas via Pick- I' I more by the work we d,> : .ill! .
: 'It las a wide rutst' of 1J" '(lhh.1i t
.J, i Inustn't tai: about oar: family affairs. It Beeps the Feet Warm and Dry )na for Pensacola at 6:30: p. m. y what we sar.
'I I tmlb 111\INI1's a.i o't. It is \I talnabledealcrwtr I The General French is for
t I l'w'k. Ask to-dtv for Mh o's Foot-Kmc.a powder I army
:10:1. as" au autiugltic only and outsider mast
i It cures ebllblalns,Iwollln, purposes any
,! { rrrh/ p' Jn
ll 't'1'lnd Steel.'irt' r. {'on-The maa wl.o keeps hh 1 shoe stores. : 3 take passage o i her. ,, TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN
fl'k1.of steel on ice is eiactlyttlf :
mouth shut U the
fi ; generally one who )
t I that cf i-v on ice.Prnnnln 2Jo.L !
wins in the long run. W. PEAKE I WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
E Lt'rtThtt's'hnt you'.l call dumb
I and \lcoliol.liav luck I S\IllQst'-l"onk'fJ Statesman. No. 30 South Palafox street keeps ..
J'a.m "> the family cf ab call bell, wires and all kinds of'
} -ti' CDtI".lI,1 unit pir\futiu;: it frum de- Coming !tlonIT. electrical supplies. Havo him do i That Made TIME TABLE.

1 : 'llow many prizes have you won I your work. Call phone 203. I II

{j nettingor. 'mailing: its! exhilarating elicits. The this winter Miss Pas S:1n" I D AHIB HEISSER I r AM U U18 S LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .

\. .4. "Hide "I\p..rtll\u; cf oil in the jxauutsfor of"Only him till one I, get and him I I han"t bailed.t be"really-Chicago sure We are going to sell our EFFECT DECEMBER 1, UU

. {r/ ...en-'untll thN! result. .\ SKK! wine,1 Ret-ord-IIerald. $1.00 Tabaurette for G9c.

,' I ..11 s of oli\i. i.n: Las the same c11\,<,t. on Dec- old, 23d and 24th. New Orleans and Mobile.
'F7111'/ -- ----- --- -
His Livelihood-. -
It* Origin. 1 Just to see lanky maneif peo- \L eat, Nab No.L No4
"Go shave and I will So.l.
get a nice
:t 1 n.Jrick-l WO1Jer"hl) frt! originated read this ad. Mars- rt5 .1 lint tu U\Up Leave-. f>niacoiaArriTeJJTp 1:00. .:/p t..e y
it sale you a meal, said the philanthropist! pl&wil' f..5t IV: a L..TeFlom.toa_ LUTe J:** a 2:1: p r a p
"rumml' e ton MADE BY ACME RKKW1NU l u 11:%V a.J5p 1J4 a lA-an.--:, Mobil __ Learn 1.n'UI; : n 5. pu
who believed ia Quina.
neatness."Can't $ ; a:!Sp TD. urlfoaotl Leave. _
\ll.oert-ProbaLly some man Husr to-CKNT norn.K n...:., --== __ levy 7"leNorth. .. .. _

c : ago wcrtA hunt for something in do it, "boss, widout losin'me CS TORYA.: IN: TOWN.DANNHEISSER. .

h .' ltd; Lnrcau drawer after: his wife had occupation, responded the Burs the 1tlItiiYouH31sAg3tl3o, : IB1gnatuI -

. !yB Trough it.-Chicago Xews. tramp. /l _' BROS. So !. SO I. So. I So 5
"What is occupation?" fI Ib II m 1:1 pm. Leave- Pen.aeolarrITelOO 6 e lID
your I I AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED i iI 5:15. m 1.57 p mrrn'._ Montgomery ..Lesve 11:15 a pm m p:1 pll1I5j
The Boy Knew. "I am de "bearded lady' in de mu- am taM pm Arnn_ ISlrmlncbam _Uan !IJlla m '.1.& J ID
-- I I. i. 16iste
EI4 News. I Harper ,. TtXI pm SIO a m Arr1TeNa/hvllteLeave _,_ _
_ Tirst F Give the words H'um.-Chicago 1.3.m st5&: m Arrlt'e _LoutavUleLeave
' ; '>y- mo 1:111 p m 2-a 1 ID

ol the handwriting on the: wall. Sure Enough. BEST FOR THEBOWELS ;I TiO T:90.m am UfIoI l3)pm a m Arm"Arn... ._,.ClntlnnatlLeaTfI!>It. LoOII _Lut't:15 aup p m m 11. oJ JlI-51 ID

" well .nou-h::: alone, sir.- Main House-101 B. Palafox street. ,
: The Snake Charmer-The ossified -" PEN) 3ACOLA. AND RIVER JUNCTION.
Qcvtland Plain Dealer. R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union De ot.1
ti man became engaged to the Cir _

t. Foils-I Deadly-Attack.-- cassian princess in three days after P. O. Box 281. ?Penaacola Fla. $o. 11-Daily No. t-Dally : Xoitop where Ume not shown So. l-Daii7 iNo.<'_ _tt :-;-.._-_7

"1fv wife was so ill that good first meeting her. ft Jokeeey you tktTPO't dar.ft rtffnt&r.juu n til heltlf or will movement be. Keep or tht... Phones 1162(8.CHOICEST. 1145 p m TOO am to 'Leave to _,. Feniacola.-ArriveMnlat 10;50 pm
i ., TU -13oheml._ to
well" Force.ln the .hal..r > 13:15 algal11M 10:17" Std
pUr-qciins were unable to help her," The Human Corkscrew Gea ieDlphynOi'ri'.lroiiHTil.* dkrtrrrcoA. Theimootlv UiO": TH to Yn1eetra 10:11" *.-J
r*tea.tet.040.5l- mj ol ff"ln& u.. bore TH to _Eecambla_ to
wc'rtes M. M. Austin of Winchester whiz! He didn't carte any time in "0&1'Balk cit&A a 10 tel. to .. 10:32" 5.T
11 as 1:25 "iii '
vh : IOMIOM {
ttfl.. "bat was completely cured by himself CANDY to ___ If :
making solid, did he- I 1 I 12:311" Tpl Harp __ ::*)
V Dr. King's New Life PilI ." They CATHARTIC 12:50" TIII": _(j &CIt1_ If 10:11" 5?
work wonders in stomach and livertrouble Philadelphia; North American.A It'M" T:V If to _." Milton...._ If 10:10" I:"! J
If _Good Kao ,_ 'I .
oFf 1:30 am | .:.0"
i I .
?. Cure constipation sic A 5rgse.tto. 1r.6". 1:15" _...., HoIU_ __ .1 "8:15" .:311"
headache. 2os at W. A. D'Alem- Mrs. De Blinks-No. sir. yon etnn s t I 2:10" 8:10" Mllllf an __ 8iO": 1:11'
terte's drug store. 121 ;S. Palafox hare f ERUIT8 AND I CONFECTIONERI( 1 ,:31" 1..18 If Crebtvtew 1:11" 40 J
with to
: my daughter my consent. I 1:00" 1:511" DeerLaad.-. 826 to 1M :
t stroet.' detest you and I wish I could think of 1:9 to 8:18" Mossy Head __ 8:10" ':U
I'd* II 9DeFnalattiprln3L. 8:18" Lab
MIDWIKEHY.The some way to mile yon operable -AT- 1:18" I:" Arryle. T:" 141 ".
Mr. Hicks-Well than, why not become 1:10' IIIT' -Pone. d* Leon, TS ':iI.
t undersigned takes this methodof C. APOSTLE'S 1:00" 10:10' __Weitnil__ Tl1" 1.4.
my mother-in-law? __ *
1:011" 10:16' CarjTtlleRnnlfar. f:12" 1o _
Y, offering her services aa afirstcl&s EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY I.a" 10m': /M i n :.
licensed midwife, baring 1K.oaDL. PalatahlePotent.TuteGoot. f'o>o..t 14 East GittrnHt 81 ,::00" 10fT" .. _Chlply ':17" 134u.
bad 35 years experience, Bicycles are reneray considered t tenet sri: VnLc.. _e Otlpr 111,tv x 'J rti :. I 1:110" 11C11' If -CottondaleCypresi 1:18" : to ,
{ box. write lor In cample, ton I/UXMCI onbeaith. '
Van give best of refereucea from very modern Invention, but some of fr A44re,i 43tntnf Formerly Cordova ReitaurantBtauC 10 11:23 to to" _XarluJ1a_ "" 8:00" niisn 11.1 Im
7:10" 11:11" 1:38"
is of this city. the Egyptian obelisk, it !is said bear ITDUIG tonat, auico n irw TORL r ,
\UD physicians T:4O" 11:112" _Grand Bldg_ 12" -a:
MBS. M. GIDDENS. figures mounted! on two wheeled vehldis KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Oae: carload of Pineapples at 11.71to ft08" 11:06 noQ _.._ Bneadi..._. to 1:11" 1r u '
t lIt 111 South DeVilliere St. resembling the old velocipede, 'II '2.00 per dozen. 1:1J" 12:11" brrlveR1v.r19nettouLe&ce 1:10" 1oA;




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[pOK-- OUT FORTARRH41 FOR THE Little CHILDRENA Hlmtrel. plains A A Philadelphia SarrlTBl the general.f philosopher preference the Primitive.for thus a wall ei- -Tun's Pi % j

Into a railway passenger car filled table in a restaurant:. "Primitive man

with prominent New Yorkers visiting ate In peril. The cave bear, the saber

Chicago wandered some years ago a tooth tiger even tome warrior (f his This
popular remedy :
little Italian boy with a concertina. own kind was apt nt any moment to effectually core

( With & businesslike air he faced the leap upon him and to devour his food :

g crowd and began singing In a clear and perhaps himself. Therefore he Dyspepsia, :

voice. Before he had finished the first took his meals with his back against a leadache, B ;

line he became so Impressed with the cliff or in the corner" of two adjoining; And ALL DISEASES t

\Vten the coM wave flag is up freezing weather is on the way. Winteris unusual character of the people before cliffs If possible, and with the open Torpid Liver and Bad i

e'trnestand I it all the miserable him and the country before him. That see.
i :eie m ; with symptoms of Catarrh incongruity of bis shabby you The natural result Is
.un-1 inding headaches and neuralgia, thick mucous discharges little self that his voice wavered and was the safest way for him to eat lie and solid flesh. Dose i

r fron the .one and throat a hacking cough and pain in the chest bad fell, and he turned away with his big could not then be surprised."And ly sugar coated and

..j.e in the mouth, fetid breath nausea and all that makes Catarrh the brown eyes full of tears. we still have in us that memoryOf Take Substitute. I

t-ost 5:<*' Ding and disgusting of all complaints. It causes a feeling of per. Mrs. Erastus Corning of Syracuse; the primitive man. and we still unconsciously

Ij;J 1 dry'extent and mortification that keeps one nervous and anxious while leaned quickly forward and motioned when we sit Sown to our I

;..,the conpaay of others. .the little fellow to come to her. lie did repasts choose places that give us a GUMBO Column.'f

li spite of all efforts to prevent it, Manchester Va., March 61901. so. She gave him a quarter and said wall for our protection. That and not !;

+ ftr: }secretions and mucous mat Gentlemen-had all the symptom "Can you sing 'Halia?' The little musician a desire to see things is what causes us
t thataccomp&nythladi"eue.lUchaatcl' -ASD-
si'tiiir! into the Stomach started in but to plea out walls and corners. You can
f way mucus dropping In the throat, a constant bravely, stopped
see as well from the middle of a room ;
a\: are distributed by the blood to desire to hawk and spit feeling with an apologetic, "You must excuse
tsar took and corner of the system; of dryness in the throat, conch and me, lady; It's too'igh.::: Then of his own t\r from any other place you know." ". 1

te'Stoff-ach and Kidneys, in fact spitting upon rising in the morning, accord he pulled the concertina out to ,

every organ and part of the body, beIcabl forming in the nose,which required Its widest extent and began "Tar-ra-ra The Chaperon In Samoa. -BY THE-
infected with the catarrhal much effort to blowout,some Boomtleay.Irs..
come Corning led the lake chaperon is an important person CATHOLIC KNICHTS
time. causing the nose to bleed and
This disease is rarely, if ever, laugh of applause which followed the in Samoa. She is the constant companion ,
poison. leaving me with a sick headache. Ievetsearlieststages }
,purely local had thus suffered for five,.eara. little fellow's! effort, and he proceededdown : Oi the taupou, or village\ guide, AT TI1EIH IL ;

i: easearsitapleinflammation! of theE I commenced to take S. S. S. and the aisle, with encouraging requests who is appointed to entertain strangers Wednesday Night

:: 'ancithroat.andthisiswhysprays, after I had taken three large bottles,' and gifts from every side and and show them the various sights. ,

wishes' powders and the various in- I noticed a chance for the better.kalingmlitursfail when he got to the end of the car was Each village in Samoa elects a girl for HOT COFFEE i

tocure. Heredity Thus encouraged continued to take probably happier than he had ever before this oilice. and It is necessary that she I Will also be

i is s' nic'ini:5: lack of it-parents have it and in a short while was entirely ;i been in his sigel! little life. should be the daughter of a chief.
itarJ )do their children. Her house Is provided for her by the '

In ti! e trc.itment of Catarrh, anti- Main and Vine Sts.,Richmond, Va. i IIviT the flood Came. village; and she is surrounded by a Gents 25c I

sept! oJ' ,i soothing washes are good for cleansing purposes or clearing theLeaih The aboriginal blacks! of Australia court of native pirls. Xo man who ; i

j threat lut this is the extent of their usefulness. To cure Catarrh have a queer tradition about the Hood. lives in the village is allowed to enter ------ ----- --- I

per a:, rflr, the blood must be purified and the system relieved of its load I They say that at one time thereVas no the sacred precincts, and the taupou Try the NEWS Want 'J i

d f notions and the remedy to accomplish this is S. S. S. which has : water on the earth at all except in the goes nowhere without an elderly wom ;. ,.1.1II I'

no equal as a blood purifier. It restores j body of an immense: frog, where men i1 ',
If the resigns her otfico,
an. taupMii I
_".. !T'.IT.T'...w-a_ ..d__ :.,_...4 _..'..__ ..r.__ ...__ II
the blood to a natural, healthy state and and women c-ouJtluot get it. There was the chief can appoint another! damsel! .I ."..W'..' '"-' '.'_ 0"J' A. .r.n. .
; ,
the catarrhal poison and effete matterare i a great council on the subject, and it of high degree.: IJ l I
carried out of the.system through the was found out that if the frog could be :

proper channels. S. S. S. restores to the I' made to laugh the waters would run CHILDREN POISONED. (;) Roberts & Dailey, (;; : r

blood all its good qualities, and when out of his mouth and the drought; be Many children are poisoned and is, ')" ,
rich blood reaches the inflamed I ended.So -DEALKK8IN 'J" ;\
pure made and weak if not killed ,
crsIB" : and is carried through the circulation to all the Catarrh infected i : several animuls were made to i ,; "

T> the body, they soon heal, the mucous discharges cease and the I dance and c.npir before the frog to induce outright, by mothers; Riving them 111, CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY CRO ER'Es.l'

ju. '1n:lived of the most offensive and humiliating of all complaints.S. him to latch, but he did 'usst c\en cough syrups containing opiates. f ,

S S. j is a vegetable remedy and contains nothing that could injure the smile and so the waters rcmuiiitHl in Foley's Honey and Tar i* safe andcerta'in E'E'f:1 "

rr td :rate: constitution. It cures Catarrh in its most aggravated forms, his 1n(1%'. Thtn sonic one happened to remedy for cough; croup .,,: : New Florida Syrup, Fish Eve, t .

eri c apparently incurable and hopeless. Write us if you have Catarrh, I think tif the qurir contortions into and lung; trouble, and H the only ,
prominent cough medicine that con (:); FRESH SUPPLY 01' (:J ,
ei or: physicians will.advise you without charge. I which the eel could twist it-elf( and! it tains no opia'es or other poisons. \V.A. j, t"

THE SWIFT SPEOIFIO 00.. ATLANTA. OA. I was straightway brought before the D'Alemberte, 121 S. Pdlafox i RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS ;fi
- frog, and when the frog saw the wriggling III 13 :
3 1
: be laughi-il so loud that the whole
'. ., .. I) t ; ,
ChIDP Juntlre. .
Cot a (nod "'.rt. earth trembled, and the waters pouredout t; FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. : i+-
11I was once one of the judges! nt The China 11i1ll's'f'latps an i-xtraor- ) li i ,
I of his mouth in a great flood, in street.HARD 1' 11 .
", dinary case of t'himoe "justice. i '
s lIn\\ which many people were dron'tied.The ,... ROBERTS & DAILY I : ::1 '
A :Mr. Jen Ix'trutui'il to :MNsHau ,
.<, heavens: How did was ,
you es- black! sated from j
people were 1'
and paid his money to the woman's I (ltj: 1 1} II' .
(tt Then he railed on the drowning by the pciiciin. This thought- 218.220 Wright St., East of Unitn Depot ; ;

lv(' handed in a sealederdlct- parents. i' ful bird made a big cunoe and went IMiojie 1."< iVnsac-oIa, I'la. i 1
I'ul parents to have the contract fulfilledand i
with it all the Hands that a
was! told that the promised one i: among appeured .6-"t. .il. 'a iIST. .iTgTi. .. .-e:'.. ....ITT_ ..,'.to .
)I here and there above the'surface ;:: ,.- .:: .z ..,, '"- .-. _.....--
%oab'. Anrirnt X.TJ-. was! the bride of another.
of the water and gathered the BRICK
nah lived todjj-. he'd fi-el pretty Ill'inIJaid/ his! money he considered! '|
black sned .
C he was entitled to the girl and wentto ; plvpleold A LEG A WING :
... ,
her husband's! house to carry her

rr Itd Plain lit-al.T. laid his ease! before the magistrate.TLt When you step into the presence of aprusls'tite I Ii

girl was wrested and sentencedto I 'tllJIIi'r! : 1 i'I THE BREAST OF A NICE :

"' flare: your shoes polished.See JIMS\ ON HAND
1 be 'kiu-ed the
; r:.ii I..h.-' magistrate arguing,
'nh1(0 l d "If you are so wi'kt.clllt twenty yearsof that jour hair is combed. ? TURKEY FROM :3 4
. .rd Do not Mustered and "jJ
I'! it -i hf get say "Yes
: !ise. nt the age of eighty you will \ lR.
E .! .r.t. II'." IM a menace to thedc.stial empire" uia'iim," to Uiui.Do t (\ '

I"r n: aI..I,!. Tie process of, kua-ing is very similar' not act as! if Jon were ;going to .II ALF. W. WATERS & CO" ; ,
IM shot f
at .
to the lill-<'hih, or slicing to death .
...... .. I ..<<...... )punishment ],iugh heartily ;it his jokes, but o1I.t I

.IL". \\.1, II Sap I It lliYln.. slap him on the luck. II I -TO- For Your CHRISTMAS DINNER. Call,, drop IH a line or telephone us 'i i
I II "That eastern ci"hier 1'1'1'111:111'11.1I1 ." Do nut make suggestions:; to him on and your wants will be prowptly attended to. ,

I I-. ..1"1 1 h I'ai'I.! i iI' ".\! of course: was unsuccessful.: how to run his! business.: 1
." j i'..Lit. ,iii :V' .\IH'.1 I "Why do you jump to that eunelu'6IVt1 See that jour breath is peaceful and ONE MILLIONGet R. ,r. WATERS & CO., ;

C :" not in a iiunrrclsome: nutoil.Do I
not fail South l'alafCllrt'l.t: (Xcu Slu-ppard niiil liii;'.; /
begin operations informing
"lo't;LUSe they d-.n't call it speculation :
I hi. I. seal Thin.i him' of the state: of the weather Western and ]| Mata.. also Chioken .
.. when the cashier:. \\ ins. -Cleveland We have the Choicest Cuts i>me : .
'" i n"j 1.\ c .i: roC! l I. that" See Ihat necUie is not twisted Before \o. *(; !.
I.., "15 Plain Uealer.querrinc. I jour Our Prices and All Vegetables. TcN'jdionc ( ,
.. 10" r'uI..r. r..e. around to tin- silo! of jour uvck. I

II f )!"'''l_' .11 !o1'1" a Illinl. i I I I lit not try to inipie him that Fill

= .:ir'iniia Prr..s.rrinnu "If you've pot a rival in the sweetheart J 1 ate so swam that it makes jour head Purchasing.Capacity 1
biisi-iess." remarked! the Freckled !1 ache.
( ll 'Iinl.l.r..I..... Fanatic "you newervaut to knock'!' I to not try to work off any of your --- ,
v :. > 'nut t".1.1! sister: 1
own Jokes on him. :Some men doll
him. "tVhat want to do is to boost,
t' ; :' 1 r. unrry jou tuu-c. Loot and keep on Umsting until sic i know the dii*-rencc between a good I 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.
I I" '. 'I. I asked l Ii T I tuire "' jolts and a funeral oration.-Americanr.oj 50,000 Daily
pets" so tired of lionriu? you sins his ,
t 1..' 1. S"lolt.1'\! > Journal.V ,
\ praises' that she hates him."-Indianapolis I
--- II Staple and Family GroceriesSelect

.,.. :un I
II. No <*aiiloain.

: ". !:i' -!"'!" 'in ni tin-fur. li'jlif-t"II"IIh;: point into I IC "Do you lit happen. know :anything/ j j: A WEAK SYSTEM. II''I' McMillan Brick Co., Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins.

i .I i liall.Hiii. \cninulil jour master's wlieieaboutsV" asked a

i pitrh' dark Ibdin"s: : wife who was looking: for her i'I Pine Barren Fla. Poultry Eggs and Country Produce.
,,, I! When the stomach is weak the whole i.
:it sin-at; height "I'm not sure 11n'ni." said the oaivful system becomes weak also became

,. -r :'it'll it i is dn,t in the ser\aiit. "but I think: iley re iu tL. it 1 Is from the stomach we>: receive ] Telephone No. 358. '

'unli;'ht vi..iblo. The \\ ash." strength. Besides weakness, you 'n MEN AND WOMEN.I'M .

,' -:.uiilv.' utter from 1. AIM-FTITE r/ ((at,. Big ti for nnnatnrarii -- ,
i.Issiug through.i PLAYS AND PLAYERS. ( ss OF I.IS.I d.!. rh.rEt>(l,inflammation!, 'j
i < ss from sun and stars. i NAUSEA, HEADACHE. INDKIKETIOX, a.lraot..d irritalioni or nlr r.nonii I II

.1:i.'.I I they liter the dustnirili Arthur Forrest "IIaI'.1 will CONSTIPATION AND LIVEK TRorn- rr.w.u.euearlet.r.rru.M.. of ma) coon.B, and nifnibnnwPame not aairm, Liquors

that thi-y can liei HitllartllnllllC'lti: fr ru-xl season.A. I'I' I.ES. For these complaint you can-1 a. TEEVANSCNEMICAICO. fat or poiw.noai.
not take a better medicit than BoaI CINCiNNATte Sold by Dror lll..
:i muni full nf pcrfect11 S. i.piuin i is to stir in :i lit-\V O!):Hcdy 1 tetter's Stomach Bitter's. IT rosiTIVELYCl'RKS. i U.S.A. or pent in c'1' wr>rt>.f.
11 MC tin'u tu admit I A \>f ripn.. prepaid. fur -FOHIEverybody-
a entitled lie Country FJI'.or"William : ,' TRY A BOTTLE and % It.00. nr S bottle f.75. I l
"U: M'I'in to vanish at Circular lent on request
: Armstrong; tins been i-n-'nge: :! satisfy yourself. i iHOSTETTER'S
:a be dark until '
quite for a lending part in -:My Ainmtieiu- : ; '
!p.'n' the wall fir Foiui I I WEEKLY CIIEVu'LJ
ens Cnthtier: is to revive "My: fartTier" i
i j. .t the air would have i
II next <:1'I'I.II1n an elat-ora'c M-I!'- I FOB STEAM DIVISION I

M. P. Curtis is to resume :i siruiigc'ieer I 1-EN8ACOLA KLECTlHCTiaiMW -AT THE- t'

in a play: called! "'1hc linenliurn : : STOMACH BITTERS I
t I bled l < olilrhll. RAILWAY COMPANY

and s]..n.lor%. I =-=-=- Trains leave' Pensacola for the LUll Reliable Kentucky Barrel House
la'sbceu | -
1.1S'SI'Y: : and Adele! Pninois Van :.
'uf golden hue! ; IlIa100. Kig nayonWarringtonNavy
I. .I.-' Lloom of a rosebud added to the ")Iy Antoinetie'conpuny. J i and Fort liarranoas at

SEND YOUR ORDERS I I 050 '.m.arrive at r'ort Harranoai T:15 a.c I ', .

i\es are of pore t-lalo! IJronson Howard, who has been ill atNU I 10:15)lOiip.m.arrlTettt a.m.arrive at Kort Fort Karranoai H"rrancaslOat i$5p.o LD S. Friedman v .

i -">. is i according to reports receUedrecently I ease p. m. arrive at Fort Harrancas 4:15 p n "
to Pe'rl & Dolive for carpenter or
Fort Karraacai 7:011. ,
t and stumpy greatly improved..111uh' ] S:15p. m arrive a u
tic '!'electrical work. Repair work u.. .8:00 p.m.lurlvlI at Kort Barraucai 8:66 p.1t ,'. '
to frighten crows I
l I.e classed as dumpy. Irish is abnit to leave Amelia iP.itigiaiiis i ?peci.tlty. |,. Trains leave Fort Barranoai for Feni SOLI PROPRIETOR '

'> of h< r uootlru IlUS. ; (,.mjI:lIlY and'tII! create apart I oola at i iI

in "I.'fee" Alison i'ond's new play: II 7:15a.m. arrive at Pensacola' _. 8:00 a. all
sllk'n sash on: 'I = Uuo p. m.arrive at Pensaoola.._.._ : per am now receiving the Largest and most excellent assortment of I. -to
Mrs. Clara ItloodirooJ: will head her ..__. ,
> :. Ftrirg of pearls; tOO p. m. arrive at Penaacola. 1:U p.afi:4ipo
". the latoit fa -hion. own company, but not u* a star, nest r {LAUNCH L 7:10 6:00 p m m.arrive arrive at Penaacola Yeoeacoha.9d5....... p. Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Gins i

hut adorns h.r curls season in a new society drama byClj 8:45 p.p. m.arrive at Peaiaoola ._.- '.10 D. r OF KVERY DKHCRIKT10N. j

1 .' ralico 1oonn.... ite FitCb. .J} "r e ,. #.' ...POlk... 'Batordeys only Also the Finest and Largest Line of Cage Bottled Goods
-r no tumbled frills ui-on hair;It 1 C..I..r I'roilnPlion.s Irr to Fort Barrancai and relDrn tbPensacola Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. )J 1 /

r... is of wear and tear \'orll's i-opiH production during; I -2- ;:: CHARTER to to Palmetto Nary Yard Beach and and return reJnrn_ IhPeniaoola I guarantee honest measure best quality and lowest prices. Be sure to .

.'? p.rfwtionr.d |''I the liintleeiilh century was over $..lM.9Om ).- send your Christmas orders, ti ,
hat to her silken lr ) tons.
The Elegantly Equipped wither permits the raffling e
I I coachei.t S. A. FRIEDMAN
tine to wIn affection. I' 'I open ,
..r days In a cardboard I "Slim. Naptha Launch CUPID, yc pemaoola. LT Fort Barruoaj
The word "Mm"! is uI'llu !South Africa with Parlor Car Fittings 9 s. m. JO a. m. 331 South Palafox Street P. 0. Box 4la, PENHACOLA FLORIDA.
m. H m.
11 a.
in the as the word
: same sense
Vr; ,wrerk.. or nearly: "slick" or "smooth" is used in this for a trip on the bay or fora I Ip.p. .m. t.,,....81.'p.m .. -
s her life has .ern. ,.81. loves her dearly country. cruise. 4 m p ..
exchange her for Doro- Accommodations for 40 1,. m. 'P... ,
4 Good Tonlr. I ,m. tp.m.

.\. Clinton: In Eichar.c An egg; added to the morning: cup ()trOIl'I'e passengers* FA SB FOB SU.BAT CORNER TARRAGONA AND INTKNDENCIA STUEKT9. I
"" "rilnE Mrkroomi. makes a good tonic. reaiMola Barrancai Havyartand fj
Rates very reasonable. \ re'IIni-___ sMPensacola Dealers in
lent in cleaning! ; rooms to Palmetto Beach sal t
t' I .
occupied l'y persons Landing-Pine street. ninm.-_ lie
f ,ou< tliMM"i's to simply Look: Out for Fever. ,, No freight steed after 1:11.. a. Choice Staple and Family Groceries, dt !3
I Biliousness and liver di'crde tar CAPT. STEARNS, ,
.\tmd\M.rk \ bet i! this season miy be prevented by Master. CHICHESTER'S CNGLICMEHNYROYAL: Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate, !f
shotdd with DeWitt's and Warranted to b* the Btstths Market Affords and can beRelied "
cleansing the .
I system
with :l il's'.n.Vctins; i PILLS
We can Duplicate Order Given
I on. any m During the f
.i and veiling: "l.ould Little Early Risers. These famous _, TT-.T.*. OriKladmil Be..l.e.t. Holidays and will Denver Free to any Part of the City. I.,
,1'allt'.1.I'"j! little pill do nTEK> KX.LIiHin :
the bowel gently but copiously, and ( .-\. \II".nt..1.h..I. K. "j"jI
HAIR BALSAM -. .. ..... ... u. I
I .
.. : Clnum and beaoi.fict tad hProiUiUcf !. .. P. t'"''' .MII. lulu ),
bv reason of the tonic properties. !loxur'.Dt growth.IHovfr ,I IiN'. .., of ,.., "rrNU p.od P.O. Box 326.
a J. E.
7 .
( & Bro. I
T.lal.I I.1 J
give t.mand strength to the gland I F'all. to Bntore Qrj .. for P..tlr.l.ra !
Foh.'r's Honey and Tar Ha Ri.' Pharmacy John Sneppard, ., Cunt Bur vt to p i d:.:''&on youthful a fettr Color.taalni. I .\).t7 yr 111.-' .urn-'nellrff.'I.dir."'A wait.. I1.IMHI( Ir kf.t....r.<"'.l"....lral... 800140' *., I PHONE 66. Family G-rocor .'

"rI. '' oolates. 1 kidney Kahn. I .k..ndIiVat Dn.-i ....t.r.. ', .dl_ ....werc.l.UU.A, F> '



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: GREAT VALUE FOR LITTLE 4:10-Bong. Mis* Margaret Maclay. THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL Aa Ideal Woman's Medicine; - -

.I 4:20-Piano, Mr. Herron D'Alem-

; i 4:30-Piano and Violins Miss FORECAST-Rain tonight and
: t Tbursday; ligb to fresh northeast winds.
''I: 7: J.lf Are yon a merel o tiv ninr.ll 'Ian" of Josephine Knowles. Mis Cora i | A.Rnl: [
!) L L'K"
cnier who are. not iw:ng 't X O
t" ; Louise Simpson! : and Miss Lillie J a-I Temperature Last 24 Hour:
"J : Lk1ug Powtkr? \ '.'Y "hl:1l th' i.u.4c-iie
( 4. 'il, outs hirsfls! to !':'':la Ui'it thwth: the coby. I II Miimum....__________. 44 1"rr"l'l
\ 'jdl'grl''ll
;.t 1 ,t I P kast espouJiiurn (,f tiinia.i,1 1tir.wilt ,,r>- 1:40( -8011:?, Mr. Bertram Coif mm.

: 'fl duCt the &;ratit ffSIlIa 1Liet y., dLr" I -4:50-llicitaUon ss Gertrude 1 SHOESFor :
.. Temperature Elsewhere :
to Ode OEly the h*,'.an 1 llUr'hf.Jo"lt at th<*lew. i
Friedman. _
.t &'H flgur : -1,001) LUCK"tt1. at a tout oft \I8Dko.1 Mia. MAX

1_. i: 1 "nent6 yxr pt'icd rl\l.tbft ni,>,.,t hroail. *!.'? :Mandolin Solo, Mis : Atlanta ._ _. 18 84Buuiarck
ac'l th. ,,sl (xitufnotiuu. IKin't Miss Berlin and Master I _. .,_ __, :: > Weather what need. The
give you creal 5loollg, : the Cold is
tU Chicago __._...._.____. "5 ii you Comkt
Iti} delay; order t<>-olay.m'ij John Frenkel. I'Cincinnati _.._i* tI.

::!Selections, violin and piano I. Galston Huron.._______, .____ W 14 S 44! Line of FELT AND LINED SHOES IN THE CITy

\ Richmond. Virginia.I Misses Lily Jacoby and Florence I Jacksonville _... ss 44
I K n(as ityi.-:SO !W I
'ffj. ) ------ Heinberg. Key West __ 5rt lit -

...sss.................! 5:30 Misa Marie Sullivan. Memphis _____._ ii 4it
; _W *II i
\ Ladies' Cloth Top Vici Kid felt lined
11 i I 6:40Piano"and Violin Misses Montgomery ____. 24 *' $1.59
New Orleans_____ S:! 42 .
ECHOES Florence Heinberg and Ada Ro- New York.. .__?__ lit :Sibavannab Ladies' Lace cloth top lined shoes .
I i.SOCIAL ___?i a tl $1.05
sasco. 8t. Louis 10 3S

011 5:50-Song, Miss Nicholson. Ladies' Congress cloth top lined shoes $1.25

: 4- 6:00-Piano, Miss Rose Emily

:L4; Itl'f.' } Mrs.Jick Grant of Montgomery is Leonard. MARITIME. Ladies' Lace, cloth top lined shoes $1.00
f. "
:it.. .. a guest of Mrs. Ala* Graut, corner .

: 1tv;*, };" ...-. of IJaylen: and Chase streets. CORONER DID NOT Ladies' Felt, kid tip lined slippers 755

.t"j Mr. M.. W. Nesmith of Waukon, I ARRIVED.lirss So says Mrs. Josie Irwin, of Ladies' felt lined slippers 5ocLadies'
).1. I-i., of U. H. marshal August Kelmont.! J 07, UogereTam-
.J; HOLD AN INQUEST : pico to Gull ratisit ('0 I 325 So. College St., Nashville
di: j jI T. F. )1<:6 )uriu, is a gue-t of his boudoir slippers 50c to $1.50

I I E d.lU"It r, corner Spring and Cervantes CLEIED.Itlk i Tenn., of Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable .
.r .. ;
street FaolH Ancrlo. ll.rr rsvallosbv It I Compoqjid. Men's felt slippers, linedMEYER 50c
I ;':::1 Coroner Wolfe viewed the remain* : Kiuirs ('0 for Venice with 772.i.m s f t two I II : ,
,liA'r. .- ;' I limber 4>\.itct be"a timber Value ill.UH ,Never in the history of medicine has
: t._ 1'- One of th largest and wot delightful -I I lof Win. Bracken at the :Northup: I the demand for one particular remedyfor --- ----

: t. p-ceptions <>f the $.aion was SAILED.It I female diseases eoualli'd that at- ,
and at
: undertaking parlors
,u \ given ye-teday aftf'rno'JIl.Iy Mi-"i I bk faoia Angelo.lloii, ('",'alia. Venice t.iino.l hv Llia I'iiikham's
: once decided that an iuquest wasunnecessary. Y(l'talilc Compound, and neverdunnsT SHOE CO.
4 Martha Ler friend, Miss I'
r ,f-'il" I the lifetime of this wonderful I ,
who U here on a viMt from It is now stated ttKrt THE SHIPPING. I
'. {c : Yony.; meiliiine has the demand for it been

:. : XPW Vik.'fhe i evidence has: been secured nhhh I bo prcat as it is today.I'rom Feet Furnishers! for t'ah Only.
jfi f} decorated I VKSbELS IS PORT : the Atlantic to the PaoiCc.r.n .
; J':; hiUwas elfectivt-ly leads the parties closely connected
1 I .1 throughout tie length and breadth 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
Ii4: '(1 in holly. In the dining room theoolrr with the deceased to believe that he I STEAMSHIPS.Scan : of this: great i-ontinent come the glad! ,
Alicia 1517; ,to Gulf Transit
scheme cf red aDd white was Luzarraga If woman's relieved
%ft ;} I : CoI'.r i ti'lino's ( sufferings I

t1cces-full.' cirried out, the white ,I killed hlm-elf to prevent being Ilarlswood HM, Brown, toW a: Key- Il.y it, ami thousands upun thousands iI j

'j burned aliv sl'r.t i'o d kttl'rs are pouring in from grateful DR. H. MOCK
!' ;""t table: dt-corated with red ribbonsrvqc I Uer Krida Horn, l.:.;!l. Hubsch LoS: Ii L i I ivonieii saying that it will and positively .i.I J.

and culdt-1tbrawith, red shades giving I CoDutch Katendrecht, 1\I\t.: Te nsnato 11 It I I duos cure the worst forms of ,
: : a soft, warm glow to the interior I aelr bra Forfilsht. Bo>'er female complaints.
; j" of those bpan Leonora ISIHI I. Bustinza, to Gulf
Uncle Is-rul Trask was one
: -a plea"inj; contrast t;) the weatheroatsiJe. Transit Coir Irs. Pinkham incites all women -
!l-'t\:7; : thrifty Yankees who his neighbors: I ( Marie, N\I, tchroeder to W 8: Keyser
about DENTIST.
I fr ie' .' vlio arc tii7zled
averred would squeeze a dollar "till < 0 -m
h l; 1"11 Mis* Martha: Whiting gowned in before allowing Hr Manchester Corporation), Heath their health to write her at L>'nn'l'i iMii
1 the easle; on it hollered" toUult Iraosit Co I IMpou
for iuliifi*. Stub o**
... }. lovely costume of black and blue, s.
4 it to leave his pocket lIe was a Aust Ollnioo. HozEla, to Hogsia
hr K.7, toW L Wlttich Tbornly Major
ii"r; received with Miss Yonge, who thopkeeper in a small way, but his & CO ami no charge is made. 28% S. Palafox Street, % Old Armory Building
,( never looked lovller, wearing a business ball not proved in the long run Br Windsor, !.>.>,Booth to Gulf Transit

i : i t handsome black and beautiful profitable/ as his several SHIPS. .-- -- I
,qt f:';;, :'. j white rvaes, assisted by Mrs. P. K. nial ventures, which bad ,'i orderIt Nor Charles Dickens, 1J05, Borrensea to S B iii--nd'M'ornt."Is : I I .

I 1t-ij l YoDe, Mrs. Betz of Atlanta, Mrs. H. times celebrated. Soon after the last Llise.: l->9. Oneto. toorderBr this the best wurbt you can send I

,J. L': ; A. Brornabatu, Miss Suter and Miss event of the kind had been solemnized, I'.I ltalHavonla Kings County, 1M: ,, Magglo.a JiHil. 'falter, tp !to Slmp.onI order me?" asked the lady who walked into I ..\. FLA.
rallied him :
'; one of his intimates I .t CoIt the meat store with a package of that I
Waiting. "Well, Uncle Isrul. hoard's how you'd Trojan. lrtt, Rertalottc. to order edible\ in her hand.
I Li : Mrs. Whiting was'charming \"anloo.litl.: !. Mosso. to Ho.a<>co Krns I
be'n all done it ag'in. Jlow'd you Nor Wildwood, liss. Nelson. to S 8 L CO "Madam," answered the meat man. I II. G. DeSih-a & rOt
U Lit assisted by her twoff'4"
i make out this time? Pooty well, as BARKS "It is I the I.'st'urt we ha\e." I

; 'u Jr1'ald"lIbster Henry Ashton UMial heyV" Ital Aldo. ! j4 44: 15ro aahatn and Master JleglualdSen Will. iglilNir.; drawled Uncle Nor: Ascalon.915, tevirt'.en.1oStLCo saw" Manufacturers and n. -
I Ital Boccicin Hovello. H, }Kalnere to ii
!k:. i wlio: were the only members of I-nil i in his' soft "'"1 saintly way, "I HRals.Go I "I am <-01 ry to hear that. Tin- best' ;

I -,. j"i". the ttiter ,ex visible, both! adding did l"l<.ty w.-11. 's you way say pooty I U (C..arei'tI.avita L. s71 CoIota.toordt.rit Killippini, to Pensacola If(' in do is to try an I send you souiebpttir : Sash, Doors, Blinds,

.., well.! lees, Hetty's a godly woman :, Luint' i' lot I btl, < 1
'\ 111 to the jle. sure of the guesU. o wurst from to.liyS : :!
; neighbor: a podlyouinn-with a lee- It trllclna 1 :, ; T.;e tea and cli"cIhte tables were I I IVn'Bi-ola Lurnlier CoNor said that is the l'st'Imt we true Shingles,
it tie l'I'I'lltJ'-! Yoik Times. Ht-nnk Ib-.n.HI! Salversan, loonier at pres-ei.t. I am sine howevtr. tliat
: etuurnl attra.ti'tn, lit ,; !presidedm I It Miinln Mosso. xm', to F t) howe A CoItal I I
I tIe: we artS now iiKil.rig!:* will nutbonny
mr by MrA.. C. lllou it atiJ Mrs.Frank Maria LH-IU,7<'J. Uuurdia, to KOMJSCOI'.ros Builders' Materials
lj llo\v FruitVet.
I : worse thi>. and 1 it outi'it! lo I II ,
A. Taylor, who uiado oacti bev. Tile MedifiiaIlnef ilius summarizc-9 Nor Mil n tfr.'.'51. luell to order ...
I better. I avsine jcu that a> :' .n asI
:.t t r..:fre nv>re enji>yabl., by their 1lea tho various n"es of fruit in relievingtliM'aM'd Coin Nor LuinberCo Morpeiia riianolt.:::! to Pensitt- i pet tln wv.ivt joii shall! lat ye th! !U'st Brick and Lime.Tolojalxoiio .

t : aM rt'ttln.ll conditions of the boily. 'J l1e Hal :Miro. fi II. Parma, to order
: of it. We never ":\l' the ]! __
.. Undt-r the category I hal M.tsiAltiefCO. l Venturn.. to ordt-r I gave any --t_______ IMo. 11.:
; \.) : Daintyaalwiche: : wc
'f ; Mi-s of Now Orleans of l.mthes: oranges; figs: tatuarimls tl'e t busines-s and von I bojpure
Vl by l'rovo-ty I Au.t "o eblch. "". Mandik. to order i wnr I\y
dates nectarines
; j it Mi j:5 ;)fttwoOJ of Mobile, Hiss pruiu"nnillMTries It Penaacoia..', Siiuonctte, to Parodi .t I that when e give you jour wurst I II
and be Included.Pomegranates ,
plums may '
CoItal it will If tlie In-st. for our worst wurstis \
41 il-Ila! Whiting her chatDiiii: youngfrisadi. cranlnrries, blackberries Padre :;';9. Olirarl. to II Baars It Co I BRAWNI&SOLEARilCE
: j Hr Hollo."; ,.I"nkln8. to master I better wnr t tlian the best wurst of
t.t sumac berries' dewberries, rap- Norbkjold, 14'i7, Krogb to 8 8 L CoItal lour itllr ." ;
t,j"mtt t Nearly every 0119 invited managed iMTries, barl"Tries, quinces, penr, wild : Pilvnzo. 7*U. blmonettl to order I 'IIIIIIH' ? 1 1'.ttl'r' suiii van A Co P.nt the lady whose eyes ha.l takenon '
t<> be prf*' nt, wearing elegant costumes cherries and medlars are astringent. I 1 taI1'ltanllt., (;l.arguilo to ord..r I a state of gl.issiness! : was seen Ill'''
.ffit-fo", and themselves I Crapes: peaehes strawlM-rrie.s, whortlelKTries I It'l'rt'oto, Hue' tYotu. o.lo order I
'f' Hal) \Vermont.. Uazetto to 8 S L ('0I' throw up her haii'ls and lit e from the
.t: :. thoroughly. l.riepl'lrS! ) black currants It Vesuvm, 51W. Car art', to Ko a l j4 ; and melon HtM-j are diuretie<. .loose- I' tier Wlnd.brllnt. 1.'IU, Ilanie. to ina-ter '
tins 1 sta>at,iiOl,Aaltonea, to S Shutter yet to ('comf.IViItitnoro! American.IMucailnn .
J4IA Thgrman: la.t night at Ihe Escambid berries, red and white currants: pumpkins Co .. r---. :

.t' '" : wta: moot delightful alT lir.f' and nit-Ions) are lefrigerants. I"-mlime.s -. SCHOONERS. and l glinc.e. I

; It was the lirgest of the ..f'a"ol1. : \Ill5. and apples are stomach sed- Am Am IIJ..llOar.i\Krother I..">:&. Axelsen Kelly: to to ma-tcr nmiterAm hoes the higher tHlucation tend to i' .BEFORE TAKING STOCK...

l.c t .-ecty-iiin CIIII.1ei aid three stags i nlh.ts. A Merrill I 'lire Jc Co T Whittier, lUl.Mvixer, to J k-sM'ii tin1 I'Uj-scal! I l'I'a uty r>f'UIII'II? ..

'I A (i'itiin (iliy!'ician lias Iirl'l'll11' a
acing uutil eirly mOl'lliUH fol
iric? : The inrdenrr nird. I liorhetV ni'-t aliout his liwid by dtcl.inti '- i 78: Boys' Doublp-Brpasfed 2 piece |I 64 inch Heavy Ladies (IoU, <.i

j : 1i..1 The hihzli&.t:; hiehi\ htsIilflt of the dec- I Th., Seeret of Li.n<; Life\ ''I :': that it tlo..". I lie points to the !| chits, all wool, worth J3: et>evi.u ale Colors, regular U 1 yard, tiii- ,. -
ffijfi !
Mr. W. Kes lnr
D'C. and
; orati\e instinct in ininiils: is found in ConsUts in :
keeping all the main fact that many of the most athancmlwomen fl.JW-uIt. "

l _$4 uttoaar: .l, Mr. :S. M. Cron-n' and :Miss\ tilt arlh'nl'r.inl (amlilyornNt. This oriran* of the body in healthy, regular I Ia: \t. lu-cn the ugliest and he Ii mprabprwe carry a full line of yard. 5k' .

dl; Celestit; Brent, Mr. Vie and Mi-s l'ain 1: nitl\e of-New Cuimabuilds : action and in ; Hither aruethat the women who I II IdistlngiiNh Boys' Pants, from 3 to 10( age, atIriceS i Five Pieces Black Shark "
quickly detroyinj to suit inch Dress (Good.Itt.t *'t. :riullivan Mr. Dan Sullivan! andMi,s its liest (Iii the grounil. spreads I thenisehes 1-y their Intel- | everybody.Look
I : deadly disease pertrs. Electric at our Sh.i 'Wh.dow for .
mtiss I lirftire it niul o\er this green arI 'II $1 yard. this sale !
of the
J. : lest seldom those
Jlr. ; and
-r'e, r McUtuhey I Bitters I are price-son Ladies' Underwear.:
regulate Stomach, Liver andKidneys
bright berries llouers\ and : :JS I>ri--i;i'nf- w" i
: t siiilttrs Fancy
: ; pieces
Miss Kithirlno: .\very, Mr. R. H. I I We carry a well line of Ladies'
i I purify the blood. and givea J aid. t'nan:
JIIMVIS .\.stIic lluwrpi Wit her they and bilk, rl'itulu, SI >
Y Fl ititiel and Silk Waits at
prices so
Turner and Mi s Edna Avery Mr. J. !
1; : are le'il.Htil: l".v fresh oiie The whole splendid appetite. They work Dniikomen.. everybody can wear one. 743 yard.
} .
,) I C. Porter and Mi
L jt; Capt-jin Bottoms and Mn.. Hryai: [ ie.-ort. i I Female Complaints, Nervous Dis- c\clusi\cly for its women client. i i : Undershirt, special: 20c; silk warp, regut.ti H l yard. ; >

If ., t McClellin and Mi- Elise Chip-; 'em': Constipation, Dy pep'u and The l'aJ ins teller is a woman whopajs drawers to match. sale 85cyard.SO ; .
r Mi .\ !SrnitI- 'olnl. I Maliria. Vigorous health and GO doz :Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts pieces 30-inch All-wo lTri. '
ler, Mr. \. n. Wru'htitnl : J. H.MzGiu'jy I Ij i all i'hecks l.r's'lJtl'd' to her In .
: "Nn't it a ;great saiisf.iction to l.e. I *trength always follow their ue. worth t>Jc, special SJGJ; all colors, regular 35c yard f:.ic i- .
; Mr. I-co and Mi- in the
Ht I l.r:1111111f'w currency. Hepoi-itors match. ." ,
drawers to
i Only 5Uc., guaranteed byV.. A. > 'ard.t.r .
.1' : : 'I C'ira 1uL.r! ', Maj. Brookand Mi i-s fil.tto assist those \\ Ii. call "on ;you I D'Alemberte, druggist, 121 Smith : women's department' are furnished 30 doz :Men's All Wool Red Undershirts Just Received a Full i iWaistings L ::

J'i 1' W Cols, M..j Ktihii: aud Mi : "It w mil.I I.. answereil Mr. Oiniro books bound In Russian leather. match. 15c yard.
'. Mr. V. H. Wright and Mi Mark, :\. "if jon (conlil! ,,' sure some of jour communicationof lass I 1UU doz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 Lidies' Rt>''if It:. ',

f i J .i Mr. It. M. Cary and Mi.t Nichol- I IH'IIItit'iII'il's'I'I"'II't laughing! at you Special-cambia Lodse So 15. Hair Undershirts, worth fI.W.fpec. Diy Skirts, worth ll.GO special -

; SOil, ,Ir. Will Hunya and Miss Mary I Ii ill?1; drawers to match, iu White, 98s each.
I Ix-ltniil jour buk and ('allil1lOU an F. and A. :M., 7:30 p. in.'ednesday.Jannsry .,
f A* i B. H. FAIRCHILD, i iI Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Ready-ta-Wear .
I". ? JJJchol-on, :Mr. C. H. Kmipoa and [ easy mark. -Wasliingum;'.c. i \\ I4th.
We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk Day Skirts guaranteed all WI.,
Work in E. A. deLrree.I .
ft Mr. and I
M'-s! >: pottswi, LUocq I :
I Visiting brethren cor- I Shirt and Drawers worth |:3; spec worth |4, special sa'e 12.48 each
, t: 1. Miss I'ruvosty, Mr.[ M. Moreno and I ::; I invited. 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ial to close $1.20 each. 60 Ladies' Black and C- <" *
1-\ill. I i Mis! ; r.lUuryIr.. J. C. Wilson and ".\re you ha\'iiii. a |>leisant time"askMl W. D'C. K ESSI.F.R. : 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth $l.&O, s, n
I a lady) of Ii littlt' miss at a fash- aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale 9>< each.
, : r Mi-a Mary Aiken, Mr. I' 'J. Juiua 'I HARRY. OIBKS. \V. M. I : i, c
i ionnbli' ehililren's! part). Specialty. 25c ; drawers to match. : 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and F,-'

.4I/1 aud Mi-s Leah Chaflln, Mr. A. A. Delightful, thanks." 1 1i Hecretary.. I 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and i I| tired Skirts, worth $2 to to $6 t.i: ..,;-i; .1I
Brooks and :Miss; ()
1i: <} Mis Daisy Wright. Mr. come later I LIST OF STATE PENSIONERS drawers to match. !I H', our II "' .-
I I We a full line of Ladies'. I 111.4 to 8 each. You wii *,
and carry '
f it 1 I'rasik Ross and Miss KtheriueBectCapt. Oli dear no; papa and mamma
;$ h set" Residing in Escambia County, Florida, R. K. WHITE, Men' and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours ..-' "
II' Cole and MM-J Turtle.Lie.t. I dou't .4oiig; to the! same ,
I I on January I, 1903.I that we can save you 25c on. buying.
to};,h Arnold and Miss Burch! Mr.I Name. I'oPtofflee. I Watchmaker, Jfanufactnring Jeweler Remember-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, :;' fl i ','

ii, !! SI. H. Sullivan. Jr., and Miss Mollie OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S I K. H. Sweat .. .... .Roberts. KmI and Graduate Optician, of :Men's Clothing Bougnt at 50e on I to K' ; worth nearly double.
i _P I
M I Frank Marques "nsacnla 'Ia.I .
,1I1 Br6ttIr.. and Mrs. T. W. Brent, H.(J. Hrl'WI..o ..Olive. "'Ia.K. dollar. We will close them out at I I I 49 ;.Boys' Double-Breasted. L' "
I .-. Kersey ....,1'l'n.acoIR,1-111. tl tfeith Piltfox lit, Ffi foli, Fli jut !j price off other merchants. suit/wortb Il. O, special We: -1.1'I IDon't
L. 8. Brown.
Mr. an J Mrs. Stags- t
j John Kelly -Pensacola la.
Fine oysters today. Try them. __ _- I ; -
t 4r.FittMr.Sel1ars and Mr. Chip-! I[ John Brown Feusacola. Ha. -- --- --'
Sic APOSTLE.J. i :Mrs. Mary U. Barclay Pf'n acolal''Ia.
I h ley. j I \J.Johnson ...iowaton.Ai&. I Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Lookat

1 Richard Katbwell Bluff Springs. Fill Ours. Remember the Place
Mr V. Co-er .hitnttsprings. Kla.Ut0. ,
Th lecture to be given tonight by I. STEVENS, Wentworth ._I'en'BCola. Ha.A. '

y Ht -. Dr. Beverly Warner NwOr- THK lALArX STREET J EWELEIt.Dealer I I K.J.Crockett. I.). Penton. .,. ,....Pensacola lieulah Kla.Kla.I 7SIVIOI] E\ 105 S. Palafox St. F. E. BRAWNER.

I Augustus Stucky Peniacola. Kla.I .
i leans is looked forward to( by a large -
I w in. H.Odom _.. ,_Hluff Hpring Fla.I .
,1L number as a literary treat that: conies i in Diamonds, Sterling HilI I Wm.Unnlap .._, .. ._t1om&tooIa..

I t J tCJl'try! seldom. I ver Goods, Jewelry, Toilet, Articles Watches, Canes, Enameled, Umbrellas A.Klijsh SineS K. UnionBluff Bailey t-owell..__.. .' Rolwrti.Pensacola.Springs Kla..'Ia.J .Kla.I .

'I At the reiJence of Mis. H. T. Rings, Bracelets, Etc., I I all certify pensioners the above on record list to In be ray a ornce.I true .copyof lINK NOTE Ill WORKS AND MACHINE! [ 8HOPSI r

"Wright, corner Jackson aud Baylen Clocks, Opera Glasses. I I (SEAL) Clerk A.M. Circuit MCMILLAN-Court.

: street, the Junior Guild of Christ We are offering for the Christmas | By B. H. Burton. D. c.

pfciirch will receive from 3 to 6 tomorrow "I'I holidays bargains in Diamonds, and I 803.805 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

-f afternoon. Much interest is are showing a large line to select NOTICE.A CIG1R Valves Cods and Eyerjtiing in this Line Kept CccslaEtly CD HsrJ,
felt in this -Hair the Guild having I Ir
1f; from. We have everything suitablefor pedal meeting of the Board of County

jI many: friends. Their entertainments Christmas or wedding presents, Commissioners will be beld on frlday.4aa, I Prompt 1 Work-Ilca ..()l1ahle Prices. lift 11 liP H Pvnn
oar, 1*. ltul. at S p. m., for tbe purpose 01: '
in the past have given so muchpleasure and will take "pleasure in showing employing two perso who shall go; Uth.llUUllhJLlU's
for tbe ;, j* J* ..oJ..oJ. PHONE 123-292. ..< +* .< .* .
that the public generally through county purpose oj;r -
ocr goods. vaccinating at many p rson as posuble. -
feel sure of a treat when the Junior By order Board County (.orn missioners, See hat Each is
120 S. PALAFOX.MOVEDStalrnoBros.iiave. A.M. MCMILLAN. : Cigar
I Guild entertains. Beside the tea andeoclat Clerk Board County Commissioners
pleasure offered, the following By B. H. Bra-ros. 1). C. Stamped.REILLY. GREENHUT & CO. J!
I r n acola. Kla.,Jan.14. DId. jUI.l'ldilNElTBEK ; A
,; musical! and literary program U offered _ J ,
- - - FRANK
to make an enjoyable after- moved the captaln.owaen ,
their Columbia Restaurant to 419 of the Br II .WHOLESALE GROCERS
II [100:1. Corporation Till:I't t SOLE AGENT.I : ... ,
I Progralit.I South Palafox street, next to Mas- for debts con-
cotte Saloon, where yon will be UMt d by the crew of said Yell"'.

I :OO-P 3no, Mia Rose Emily served with quick meals composedof PHILIP I.HEATH.GultTransit 104 lOG East St. PENSACOLA FLA.
Co., Captain. I I Nos. 102 Government
Leonard. ., the best the market affords. Consignees. I2l4t: Jfadgin's, fife Best fcr tf. | ,


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