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 17, 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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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Tells How He Escaped the Terrors of Accident Occurs NearCumberland county commissioners met in :I, 1,.. I II

special session last night for the P "' d.r'f: t, .: moY
Md.WACNG' ..
Many Winters by Using Pe-ru-na. purpose of naming! four persons togo j..,:. .
through) the county to vaccinate
This centenarian is an ardent friend of SIGNAL WAS GIVEN. "//f! 'y
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persons! who had not been so treated ..... <'
Vruna, having u ed it many years.In -- o F r '.
speaking of his good health andextreme Mcssengtr! Coy In Telegraph! Office Dr. S. M. Gonzalez and Peter Eoni- I "' -., i l. ,:
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ivT:1&iS: :: old age: Mr. rflk says: li.raw Sin;J Without the Knowledge fay were selected last night, and :: .

14 "After man has lived in tho worldas cf the Operator, Which Caused left the appointing' the other two '
Ion; a3 I have! lie ought to 11i\'tJ I
Li: Li crgp f''.l out a !great many things by ex- Tiain; : to: Cas.i; Into Fienjht Engine. with Chairman: Welsh, who this bAKI G 5 r

l,erienee. 1 think I Lave: done so. Cumberland, 114., Jan. 1C.-The morning selected EJ. Dituiars and
co Ons cf the things I have found yam Flynn and duly commissionedthem.
eastbcuiid express leaving here: at ,
cat to my entire satisfaction is the 4::::11 tiiis morning near: the east end '. I POWDER ii i\{ ; \
thing for ailments that' have all had
These experiencein
,\ proper of the yard, struck two freight engineson men
v j441'j\ arc due directly to the effects of tie main! track, killing Engineer vaccination, and it was thoughtbest Absolutely Pure: '; '.I :

the climate. For 114 years I have Sims and Firemen Moran and Sneering to employ them as, the county i .

withstood the changeable climateof ot the passenger train, and I2ngi finances: will not at present permitthe i i THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE I ':t

r / the United .S wE CS. ..ecr Butttr, of one of the freightengines. I employment of physicians. .' I' 1
1 "! have always been a very healthyman --- --- --- I'It' iS3 I.l

but of course subject to the little None of the passengers were injnred. ONLY A SUGGESTION. "

aSoctions which are due to sudden Investigation of the cause of Value H
But it Has Proven of Intercut ANOTHER OLD
changes: in tho climate and temperature. tha accident shows that a messenger tit Thousands.

During my long life I have known a boy who was la the telegraph office

great many remedies for coughs, colds threw the signal without the knowl- Common sense would suggest thatif

and diarrhu-a. edge of the operator, giving the pas- one wishes to become fleshy and PILOT RESIGNS "j'f. :

"As for Dr. Hartman's remedy senger train a clear track, when, it plump it can only result from the .r

should have been blocked. food we eat and digest and that food ,.
Perurta, I have found it to be the ; .

best, if not the only, reliable rem- should be albuminous or flesh form A wider breach than has heretofore 'Jo ;
for these affections. It has FEW CHANGES TO BE MADE. ing food, like eggs, beefsteak! and .
a1 edy existed In the rank of the i; ,
kinds of
jr cereals ; in other words:! the :!!
been my standby for many years,
and I attribute my good health Alabama State Officers Will Keep food that: make flesh are the foods pilot occurred this morning when .i' "

and extreme old age to this reined Most of Old Force. which form the greater part of our Captain Lars Andersen, one of the ;. '
Ala. Jan. ll .While
Montgomery, bills! of fare.
'. daily {
\ } the new state officers will not come oldestpilotsonthebarformallysevered : 1
But the trouble i is:!! that while we '
"It exactly meets all my requIre- in until next Monday, it is known now his connection with the existing .
much .
eat enough and generally too .
ments. It protect me from the evil that there will be few change in the and cast his future
from abuse and overwork organization:
the stomach I
efectsof; sudden changes; it keens JDe I office forces about the capital. The '
in good appetite; it gives me strength; incumbents of the auditor's, treasurer's does not properly digest and with those whose names appeared .

I it Keeps my Mood in prood circulation.I I. aad governor' offices are not changed assimilate: it, which i is the reason so herein yesterday afternoon. 1. ., 1 .

I, have 'ome to rely upon it almost entirely rid hence the clerical force will be un- many people remain thin and under Humors of all.kiuds are in circula .
for tho many little things for disturbed. Mr. Helm the new secretary -. weight; the digestive organs:! do not '
need tion today as to what steps will be
which I medicine.
of state, will make no changesin I completely digest the Hash\ forming ,

AVhen epidemics ot la grippe first the clerk and deputy insurance beefsteak and eggs; and similar taken by either branch of the association -

'\ ;, 1SOBX IS BUNCOMBE CO., X. C., MulCH 1, 1783. began to make their appearance in this I commissioner of that department. Mr wholesome food. in the future looking to an TI .:r..
country I was a sufferer from this disease
MtDavli and Mr. Sexton holding their
;, i inched for by authentic record, lie says: "1 attribute has There are thousands! of such who amicable settlement of the differences :" ;
of Pe-ru-as." I li'avtd. The attorney general are really confirmed dyspeptics, although -
1,1 :
'S / had several long sieges with only one clerk and it is reported that that PQW esMi f .

r tN | A short time ago, by request, Uncle the grip. At first I did not know Mr.: Wilson will offer the place to Tom they have no particular lain --- : .
MMrN.M.MN |' Isaac came: to Watoand sat fur his pic Peruna for Martin the of x-Attorney Gen or inconvenience from their .om- ,
that was a remedy : son s.V
.. : .rIJ lil [ni Lll .:1.Jes1 'I' ture. In his hand he held a stick cut acts
f ... this disease. When I heard that eral )Martin and himself !a young !
\ J' .n" : from the of General Andrew ITHENATIONALCEMETERY .
:.i"' J! I'rc.idenf. r.wJ'u. I grave la grippe was epidemic catarrh, I lawyer of growing promise.The If such persons would lay their I
j Jackson, which has been carried by him
1'...! .aH h:1i prlJj '.: 'J him tried Peruna for la grippe and superintendent of education, prejudices aside and make a regular
since. Mr. rock is a dignified oldgentleman '
/11M.JrilltiL,7;: ':;. ever the Mr Hill, has more places than any practice of taking; after each meal, :
<''..'rtU; /Vwrv..7rs.. showing few signs of de- found it to be Just thing. ROAD I
:" ',JI iion vU-n 99 years : crr,1'.&,ll". His family Bible is still preserved Yours truly, of the new officials, four clerkships two of Stuart's: Dyspepsia .f

c.:..' : and it shows that the date of his and two examiners. Mr. Gunnells,, ITablets the food would be quicklyand r

l i 'n-arscrnyueredlhegrip with : birth was written 11 1 years ago. j J. _A the present state superintendent will thoroughly digested, becau

\\P 11/.1. I few words f th'n rka- fytlvV Lf temporarily, and perhaps permanently
:' Sorely a ruia rCTa1 { these tablets contain the natural Hon. John E. Ktillman: returned
: 'c. in a 'snJ suit at the t
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blo old g'ntIl:nan, who has had 111 fill the place of chief clerk and :'lissXlrholcne
._ : i/.U/if-s. peptones! and diastase which every from Washington this! morning and
) '.,. I years: of t:::;'('rtlh'c: to draw f rom- ouIJIxi For a free lxx)k on catarrh, address Bishop will retain her placeas :
l' t'C' greatest weak stomach lacks and
j by supply- '
.'. oiw' iji"ar 'allrrb.l : interesting will aprofiUlle.. A The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O. member of the examining board. for THE NEWS expressed his! great

Jr .. l 'n l graphical sketch is given of If you do not I'H'e prompt anti satisfactory It is known that Professor Dodsoi ing this want the stomach is soon pleasure at the cordial: treatment be 4

\.__ u j j,1 : i this reinarkablj old man in the Waco results from the use of IVruna, will retire from the examining board, enabled to regain its natural tone
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Tid.'s-IItrnlI, IV.-1'ml.-r 4, b lS. A still write at once to r>r. Hartman, giving a and it is believed! that he will be succeeded and vigor.

1. \ < r]::7.n of Mclx-n- nioropreteatioubogrephyofthis, the full statement of your case, anti how ill by W. F. Feagin a teacher of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets digest committee which has the Barrancas '

.. loa lived for 11 I I Ix pleased to give his valuable advice -
illustrate. with .
oldest living lipjH: experience, for the last few years engaged every form of flesh-forming food, national: cemetery road project in
.' \< ars: he resided a't t adtnihlreuhnnnl'rtraitwa4giventher gratis. in the insurance business. It meat, eggs, bread and potatoes, and
'I..n I miles \\est (01!r Address Dr. Hartman, President of charge.: Several prominent members .
ii'aii.T.i.f the J): iias! Momins; News,
doC'S not seem that Mr. Hill has yet this is the reason they so quickly
!11 u. s with hid sou-iu 1l The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
dated! Itt-eenilKT ill j1- and also the his mind the subordinate of the committee promised to
up on build and
strengthen invigoratethin
.:-, TCXa.i.n I Cun'aiio-'riSfloi: 11-raid of same date. Ohio. up
clerkships. dyspeptic men, women and lend their 6U port to the measure E
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\ children. when it is called up in the House In
.. Invalids aDd children the
s :ago; my daughter: even about ten days.

.. r S) ktrm ofbtn'. Intlons e I on Was Prominent North Carolina Sol The committee consists of Hone
I..r chest and had :1 Merchant \ .......ta. Carried Off the Honor II benefit: as they contain iistrong ':- J'
I five her ChimberIt deer and Educator. John T. Hull of Iowa John E. Ke.
How hii.d.-n.en how General Grant groat admirer ,
1 "iiiedy according to many know a was a Raleigh: X. C., Jan. 1C.Captain irritating drugs, no catharticnor
1 lit two days she wm lojrbook is written ui? It wfins just as of Colonel Thoians OchiltrtM and madttunny Claudius n, Denson died at his home any harmful ingredient. chen of New York, Fred Show of

\1, t ) to school. Iremedy complicated as double\ entry bookkeeping of the mm of Galveston a.tIt Stuart's Tablets is the
go here yesterday of cancer of the throat. Dyspepsia Missouri, Charles Dick of Ohio,
,v :- I in my fimily when one dues nut know, but aftera Jealous! As a result they once planned
He was born at SmithfiE'Id.11..., in most successful and most widely John J.
Eschof Wisconsin
> -' -'veu years and have little careful attention nod stud) it's an incident whereby they would hu- Robert
1S37:: ; came to North Carolina and known of any remedy for stomach
It t'i fail, says J.ime* as castto i keep a logbook ns to cat hot miliate! Oclhltrce. Grant was to stop Adams of Pennsylvania and James .
I' established a school. He served in troubles because it is the most
t. merchant Annatoliiy, gingerbread.\ There is 1Ibt of letters at Galveston after his trip! to South reasonable -
vV.t ladii the confederate engineer Hay of Virginia.M'GODRIN.
Inlands. Tile arranged, and they look like so much America, and the committee! did not corps. and scientific of modern
chest indicated an Aftrr the war he devoted himself
apItt.lck Greek to the \1111'11UI'1I11'11.The put Ochiltree's name on the list of distinguished medicines.

w. M instance of: pneumonia, letter b, for instance, stands for men to meet him. to teaching, and for 12 years conducted Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are I
was un1 -
male For
1 warded off by Chamber- blue sky, whether there be clear or Ochiltree bided his time, as he was the Raleigh academy. sold by every druggist in the United

:'t, S t :'"' ll l medy.. It counter- hazy atmosphere. C means cloudy or never known to complain, and did not ty-two years of his life were devoted States and Canada as well as in

5'. b'licy of cold lends d denotes to the to welcome\ General to teachirg.
:a toward detached opening ; go ship Britain
Great at 60 cents for
.I ', Sold by all druggistsi drizzling; rain: ; a small j, fog; capital F, Grant lIe took a vantage point in the For ten years he had been secretaryto complete STOCK IS UP :.

: I.. '.' dealers.: thick fug; g, gloomy, dark weather; h, crowd that filled the streets in trout of the state board of charities, for treatment.

II\"I\I; -- I hail; 1, lightning, nod m, misty or hazy the Tremont House. He was behind nine years secretary of the North Nothing further is required to 'i
B\I.I, .
IIIU tonight at the Ar.KaiI1P so as to interfere with the \iew. two rows of celebrities who were doing Carolina Confederate Veterans' association cure any stomach trouble or to make
) 11"1.1'1 n',1 ,,
the .,'n... U-".....11 11I't'lIlInl t' The letter o represents overcast or guard duty along the edges of a crimson and for 20 years was secretary thin, nervous, dyspeptic people, Advices from Washington today rare !

gal s, h ,..I I and r.rcuionColieseaieln- when the whole sky Is covered with one carpet which ran from the hotel and treasurer of the State Agricultural strong, plump and well. to the effect that McOourln stock f. .
111111'1' \ impenetrable cloud. Passing showers steps! to the curb. The reception committee society. '
isso ,, m. are noted by the letter p and q indicates or part of it, was standing iu A GOOD nECOJDIE U\TI0S. is going up on account of a strong ;; :f t

,'[(trsfoll 15' (}Ulna have the weather to be squally. Con the hotel door, waiting to give the gen- Alaska Canning Factories Merged. "I have noticed that! the sale of fight put up in that gentleman's t

i'n rile Rattan a tinuous rain is indicated by an r, snow eral the gladsome; Laud. Seattle, Wash., Jan. 16.-The 14 Independent Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver behalf by (Senator Mark Hanni and ,y 'I'

of Parlor by an s and thunder by a t. Any ugly, Ochiltree watched until the general canning factories of i'- uthfsst -

Stur. -:, and odd peces; they threatening appearance In the weather and Mrs. Grant had stepped from the Alaska: ; were: merged at a meeting Tablets who have is once almost used invariably them," says to those Mr. other influential gentlemen of wide

( .' 't'randclicapertitan I, calls, fur the letter u, and visibility\ of carriage, and then he bulged throughthe : here and the entire pack amount J. H. Weber, a prominent druggistof : renown. The Information is from a '

t" 'r. distant objects, whether the sky be Hue. He rushed down the crimson ing at the present time to between Cascade Iowa. What better recommendation source which is said to have always \i I
cloudy or not, is represented by the letter carpet, shook heartily the hand of his 600.0M and SftO.OOO cases per annum, could any medicine J
v. A small w is wet dew. A full old friend and, offering his arm to passed to the control of Griffith, Pur- have than for people to call for it talked up the other candidate. The

-' line of umbrellas in tht iwint! or dot under any letter denotes Mrs. Grant, marched proudly through ney & Co., of San Francisco, who will when in need of such a remedy? Try news is received in this city with no +
Stephens'. Go look them when feel dull after
I. an extraordinary degree. As an example the rank and file of the leading citizens you eating -
headquarters here. The new little surprise when it is consideredthat
when have a bad taste in
of how the letters used takeq demanded you
arc into the hotel. The mob outside -
', firm will invest about $1.000,000 In mouth, feel bilious, have no
: '" Ir will sell you furniture ,, p tII 11. This reads very hard squalls a speech from the general, warehouses in Seattle and in rendering your or when troubled. with consti appetite Captain Northup bad backing

.In any other house in and showers of drizzle accompanied by and constituting himself a committeeof assistance to northern plants In pation, and you are certain to be delighted from the Republican state organiza
: lightning, with very heavy thunder. Colonel Ochiltree appeared with
one, order to increase their with the prompt relief which tion. 1
LrTP MIULAXD CEMENT at I I Numerals denote the force of the wind.A him In the hotel balcony and IntrodUCN they afford.: For sale by all drug.

:i'lrrel. A cipher indicates calm, 1 light air, 2 Grant as one of his best, truest gists and medicince dealers.
V. CLUBBS, Newspapers May Combine. A Guaranteed Cure for Pile.
l : J-ru and Garden light breeze, 3 gentle breeze, 4 moderate and bravest friends. This was the last
Streets. Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 1C.-Barring fire {Best Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding '
breeze, 5 fresh breeze, C strong time the men In Galveston tried to 3fudgin 5, for c.
breeze, 7 moderate gale, JJ fresh gale, snub him at a social function. some remote contingency in the arrangements Pilei. Your druggist will refund your

FOR LUMBER 19|I strong gale, 10 whole gale, 11 storm, of the details a detail was Have you seen those shaving you money, 50 If cents.PAZO OINTMENT alls to cure

r. i 12 hurricane. This system of abbreviation Regular communication closed here by which General Rufus stands and music cabi- ,

l 15KEKMAX: LUMBER is generally adhered to on all of Escambia Lodge No 15, X. Rhodes, owner of the BirminghamNews
'f at Marston
nets $ Quina's.Just .
-timaies: before I If should visit the Union depot
placing merchant vessels. F. aud A. M., 7:30 p. m., acquires a majority the stockof you -
.f |f "- for lumber.. d 16-1 in .. A Monday, January 19th.Visiting the Montgomery Journal, the aT- the thing for a Christ- or be in that vicinity, don't fail

--- Burnett's Vanilla Extract has outlived ; brethren are cordially ternoen paper here. General Rhodesis mas present. to drop in at Goldrin '8 No3saloon. j' }

MONEY invited.W. to be president and Horace Hood, You will receive a hearty welcome '
criticism. It is the finest and purest D'C.
KESSLER. present proprietor of The Journal Hot Chocolate with and find the choicest brands
\vTV. 1 li l Meriwether vanilla extract that can be bought. HARRY W. GIBBS W. M. of liquors '
at 112 South vice president It Is understood that Cream at Solo- kept in the city.
Once tried used. Secretary. Whipped
,.i street, has, money to loan always General Rhodes pay par for 101 of

I ,' "Im you may require at low the 200 |100 share outstanding. mon sFoiey's-_ Hot :French Waffles with

oJ:' IE PORTLAND CEMENT atE Hot Rolls at ;5 10c- Cure
m. Kidney
\ p -
'ttrest on :Florid Cane x f
personal security.j7tf :: 50 per barrel. A. V. CLCBBS, Syrup at
Corner Bru and Garden Streets. doz., at Solomon's. 3[ndgia's, tie Best: for 0r. makes kidocys and bladder right Solomon si: ,

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1 iM1tNN !school at 9:30 a. m. Meeting in the r.:;POdDA" Her Qamd. I
Charities Little BrotluT (whose sister 1* play
H J interest of the United will I Ix&
SERYICESATTHE CHURCHES be held at night. ing visas with a gentleman-Mr.) Smi

ler, does Minnie play! cards well?

Christian Mr. SmiltT-Yes: very well indeed.
Catholic. Central Chri-tian Church, No. 16 Little l::- tl1cr-Thll you had better

8t. Michael's-Order of divine East Romana Street: -Junior Christian 1t look out. Mamma said if she playedher

ervice for the winter: First mass Endeavor at 9 a. m.; Sunday cards well she would catch you.

1 a. m.; children's mas, 8 a. m.; last !school at 10 a. m. ; Y. P. S. C. E. ,
Simple lnonKh.
mass and sermon 10 a. m.; evening i iat 11 a. m. When C01'l'IU-I want to Interest you In a _

devotions, 4 p. m. UniversalUt. financial scheme this morn- for Infants and Children.

8t. Joseph's, Rev. Robert Fuller. 'rehant-\ot this morning. 1haven't
First Universal! Church, East time.BoremWhy. The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature .
Pastor-First 6:30
ton mass: a. m.
benediction Chase Street, Rtv.Jrs.. Athalia! L. J. 1 0. \'on It won't take you n of Cha. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
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high mass ::$ a. m.; ,
7:30 Irwin, Pastor Subject at 11 a. m., minute. All you have got to do Is to personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no tine

p. m. "The Power Within." Subject at lend me a dollar.-Philadelphia Press. to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and

KpUcopal. 7:30 p. m., "Judgment Diy. Sunday ThinK "Ju t-a-g()()
Christ Church-!Services! by the school' at 10 a. m. ; Y. P. health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

rector, Rev. P. H. Whdley, at 7:30 i IC. U. at 6:30 p. m.; Bible study Of the periodic pain which many women

end 11 a. m. and o p. m. I Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The experience the gentleness with and every kindness month always it makes as- Clas i ified Auvertisemenh The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears

H invited to attend '
readIng public cordially sociated with womanhood seem to be the Signature of
(8t. Katherine'CnurcbLay
these service, and the pastor is almost a miracle. While in general no

: at 11 a. m. every Sunday until always glad to meet strangers after woman rebels against what she regardsas ONE CENT A WORD

February 8th, when Rev. Dr. H. W. the benediction. a natural necessity there is no woman ....... ......
P. Hod>on is expected to take who would not gladly be free from this MONEY I'O .L.UISJ).

recurring period of pain. _..
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charge. Christian Si tenet.
jl Doctor Tierce's Favorite Pr: crption
F Services at 202 West Gregory streetat makes weak women strong and sick MONEY TO LEND ou improvedreal
Meth'mist Episcopal Church South. estate, in large or sinall: ,
11 All interested are invited women well, and gives them freedom
a. m.
p Palaf'jx Street: Church, Rev. J. M. to attend. from disease. It establishes regularity, amounts at low rate of interest.; In Use For Over 30 Years.

Dannelly, Pastor-Services at 11 I dries weakening drains, heals inflammation Call on Leslie E. Brooks, attorney THF CFNTAUft COMPANY. TT YU..v.r.rr. MCW""". CtTVTS

..ji a. m. No evening service :Sen Salvation "1m)'. and ulceration and cures female at, 204j S. Palafox St., Fisher 3mlm II '_ ..

lgt day school at 9:30 11. m. J. A. Avant, H invited to weak ness.
Everyone cordially - - -- --- --
Sick women are muted to consult Dr.
superintendent ; Epworth League at attend the meetings! at the Barrack! Pierce by let'cr fit't'11 correspondence I MONEY TO-DAY-Do you Leed ;

6:30 p. m., W. C. Mackey, presidet t gon; Defeachestreet. Holiness meet- strictly; private and sacredly confi- 1 monYou can borrow any : SV ; *:-- B. WRIGHT>> GOfDPflJlY
.. amount want today on easiest
Congregation will attend the United I tag Sunday: at 11 a. m.; Junior class (ntial.Vrito: w iiiiout fear and withoutfee you I I \ :( ,
to Dr. P. V. Tierce, Buffalo, X. Y.Mr terms and lowest rates anywhere I
Charity services at the Presbyterian meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation meetings obtainable, on improved city real t
't I T IVilan. of Mai'riJ. rerkin Co 'ehT'., I i--I T'W.\ MANUFACTURERS AND FEALIKS JN
church at 7:30 p. m. every night at 8 o'clock in the tmlrs "I was rurc-1 (,( painful p'1'bx- the estate-fioin Win. Fisher, 214--. S. JL- _
u-c of I>r !Vrcr"1'av nte l'rc".cnplion, and Palafox :;tret. lu-tl
The committee of ministers appointed Barracks ; open airs at 7 p. m.i l.i, C'r.;,,,".:.. 1'xtr.ict (.f 1U'lrl"t'"l I think __ __ __ __u ______ __ ___ LATHS
+ to a public meetingin Dr. I'l ro's mnhcni-s the be-t in the worl,!." ,
arrange 1 :
w:1 ; InVest i
i IF YOU want to borrow
Lutheran.i money r
j Tavorita Prescription has the testimony ,
the interest of the United Chari- 1i.
Dtelit! i i i German-Lutheran: Church, J. F. of thousands of women to its lliOl\{ your property SmBCYPBESSSeiXGLES-iln-rraSf.:: !; !
of title ,
ties met at 9:30 a. m. Thursday.: coi}ucte cure of v.oianly diseases. Do I procure abstracts buy or
\V. Rrinhardt .lstor-Germlu ser I
real of
estate rent
tj Next Sunday: night was selected as I not accept an unkr.on and tllpron.J property -.. PE 8ACOr.A. FLA
vice at 10:30a. m. English tenireI i de.-cnpfon, have rents collected
the time and the First Presbyterian i ; snb! < :ute in it-- j lace. t any :
I at 7 p. m. ; Sunday school at i:30 The slugged: h liver m:1o.1 active by tie or jour tans attended to, I
church the for of I
as place n meeting Watson
call IT address Tho C.
of Dr. Tit-rce's: I'leasapt I
i a. m. Vestry meeting after morning I use !
all interested in this work. Following I & Co., Heal Estate: and Insurance : COAL (
), is the program : ( service. Congregational meeting at reletz.'I Agents; Pensacola, Fla. Charges I AiJD11f "iilL
t night all voting members requested moderate. '!b who buys'
; True IlapplurRn. i I everyone
ly4' Rev. J. M. Dauuelly-Presiding. to attend. The best, sort of, happiness! Is rarely I a lot from in we will lend money I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA nOER TRADF
u Music by United Choirs-I). Hale wth'hic to build a house. 8i-ti
vlsille to the niuUituUo. It lies hidden
Wilson, director. I i I THIS WINTER THAN EVE FEFC RE
S'amen'siI'I1,1 Society. In odd corners and quiet places, and the)
Prayer and !Scripture-Rev. Fred The Seamen's Friend Society will eager world, which presumably !is seeking I .Mo-v'.-(l i
Jones. hold services it, hurries past and never rreo j I have movedtheir
l lJ lR83 religious at 3:30 p. m. MOVED-:Stagno::

} 1 1( Report of Secretary: -A. H. D'Al- Sunday: in their reading room on nizes it, but continues to mistake for Itprosperity i Columbia llestaurunt to 41'J Thompson Olsen o

emberte. and riches, noise amllau South Palatox street, next to Mas- O'a.
South Palafox street, in the corner
r'' Address-Rev. P. H. tiT, even fame and mere cheap h'l cotte Saloon, where you will be
;j building nortn of the Scandinavian
"' served with quick meals composed Manresa Street Telephone 47
i riety.: -Henry Sitou Mt-rriinau in .
Address-Rabbi Koch. church. Seamen and citizens of all Vultures" of the best the market ailord*. ____ _

,is Election of officers.Appointment denominations are invited. H. C. ESTABLISHED
---- -- --- 1863.
: I of committees. Cushman: secretary. A French Epitaph Ji.lndl.'J'lotnrtcn ,('Lcrol.KINDERUARTES .

Doxology: and benediction. In a French churchyard is a monument -- -

Reed's Chapel-Preaching atI p. Saints Meeiii g. having an epitaph of which the School will bE McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

; m. by Rev. A. L. Jones.! Sunday Latter Day Saints: will hold ser following is a translation: "Here lies Oct.opened at Miss 35 Dast Wright street, G -DZALEB8IH- 0

l t school at 9:30 p. m., Martin Parks vices in Saints hall, 528 East Chase Jean Pinto, the l'an'h'O'all! When by Margaret Maclay.SOstff
j superintendent street, t'unday night at 6:30:: o'clock.All he reached heaven, he united his voice Ship Cbandlepy and General aardwate

Muscogee Wharf-Sunday schoolat are invited to attend. Elder E. with the voices of the arcuangiK .".s IIA. lit GU'>UM. ,
POOH as he hoard: him the IMty cried. I
at 3 p. m., J. X. Andrews, superin D. Powell presiding.! MRS. SARAH BEIKXK-MauufdC- 80S AND eon S.! PAL.UXJX 8TKKKT.
'Ket I' iuivt, all you follows, and Kt us
tendent. I turer and dealer in Hair Hoods, j I -.. ----.AGENOY
"Th IIIIJ<;U(. hcr.r alone tile lIiI-tl'ioas singer, Jean
>t Warrington-Sunday school at i Did you ever stop to ask yourself or Pia'-o1"! Hat;.. Toilet Articlrs. Hair Oil i'I' REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. RUE Lum's FOlSH tO.3
etc., 32'J: West GovernmentFOll .tr"t't. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUhhEL A SON'B PUMPr
-- --- ,
i 9:30 a. m, Fred B'um, superinten your 1II..will'.; fri>-ii
dent. ''I :"The" in the ]dace named The Hague? Jnst the 'Iz('. !Ithl'l. I.'ur IH'lIt. i tain 8rt&?i PIBI.! 8s!! Zi\\x\\\ \ tofrcnis'.s! flails, Jictiri, IhuCOMP.I'I"t.s. : !
The silver: l behind
fur that mo-in P'lJlll up I
Oadsden Street Church. Ilev. W. If you arc Imking; s"uu
Q. Vredand, tor-SeHice5 at 11 I will Uii'xk! the iil"<.\e haul luntd knowing I.lsof! Lake 1:01r.,1."What I IlKXT-6-roomccttage on W. LOGS. K.TU
I fnoul off life foot JIM a
: k1: a. m. and 7p.m. Sutidiy school I steniiiniiHi'; nf the throe letters quoted.Whon ti-ui':" bin-: : asked! more t'i break the im- I One 3 room and one 2 room apart- elation.

h ; at 9:30 a. in., Dr. J. U. Tiller, nut ny than aii.vlUii.g tlso. mentsutlMo W. Iniendencia !>trl'tt.1|
he fails to answer the question, j
superintendent ; Epworth League at I "Oh. about 5 fet.t inches," he re- ', All in good order. Apply to 1'at ,-'
till Mm!: tl'tit the Tin1 as i it i-i-ciirs in :\Iclllt h. 9jlm I THE GARDEN SECTIONo
'. 6:15 Mr. Cade Shackelford plii J, gazing into her dark i
j ?; p. m., I the Instance (.itt't! i is simply aP anclirizcil :: cjes.TLe
-- -
president ; Ladles Aid Society furiii i.f the hutch wor--S nrni cards are out.-New i'crk lice I ,V A1'IiTJ.U.' I I op.oPensacola

Monday after the flrt and third Sunday i \oili.iaz" (>r "S Cruxciilinzo: ," either of aid. II I

a atI p. m. ; prayer meeting I which In the Hitch language means WAX nD-AII: kinds of empty beer i i Florida.
lox i' bottles. t f<. A. Hriechu! 'in. ii9 tf ,i ,
Wednesday at 7 m. "lln ci'iiiit's hitlge" or 'tho count'sgrve' STATE oKnroiiTYOKToiKi: >o, i
every p. II'
h t !I ---
j (s' "wo-Kls. | WAN rED Manager for New Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
Hal"i..l., I Originally the cation now oootiplotlby FR.\NK J. CIIENKV makes oath Branch of our bn-ine4 here 111P'ntC01'1 I

First! I.aptist Church-Rev. F. tIll city uf The Il.-ifiic was the that he is tae senior partner of the Fli. Address at once, I

'I' i Jone*,pa*tor. services lla.m.and I hunting gnmniis of the counts of IIoIl.inil. firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing with referrrcts Alfred( Mortis, j! Beautiful Lots for Sale.

l1 I 1 ( I AlMjut the 1210: WhoIe-iUr, Cincinnati!, Ohio.j .
n palncc
7:30 p. in. Sunday school at 0:00; a. year l bu-ine in the City of Toledo,
I was built in the gro\e. 1'repontly a j :2t 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each accoid-
tr' m., K. D. H"gg*, !'uppriuten eut. county aiul state aforesaid, and that -- ------- ,
l B. Y. P. L service at 6:30 p. m. I villa:e !-I'ranII' around the palace -- said l firm will pay the Mini of ONE l'"c-imil Help 'siiitti. I ing to location and surroundings.
I still it was called "The Cojnfs, I1cde'and ; HUXDKKI) DOLLARS for each .-
A cordial invitation extended all I
to =
| finally nml lastly a large city and of Catarrh that WANTED: Ladies to learn hairdretsiug Good View
CU1-1 Neighborhood
to attend thee services.Ihe i which In the Dutch I.inguage: has its not be cured hy the use of HAI.I/E iiMiiicuriug and facial Exceptionally Beautiful ,

j original: s-igi'iPcation; but which in CATARRH CTHF. I ma-sjge. Four weeks completes High, Dry Fertile Lands.
;;1i! ('hush of l Misr.t .
mmlrni paiLiiico has been cvulutcd FRANK CHENEY. ': Catalogue mailed. Moler College,
t Church of Christ, Corner Aleanix I. "The ." Sworn to before me and! ub.-cribod New Orleans, La. jl5 I II
1 luto 11:1'ul' I I The grandest opportunity for investment ever
t Ii ; and Jackson Streets liible school in my presence, this 6th day of December I

T 9:45: a. m. ; preaching at 11 a. in. and I Onr Itone. Eiutlt I p In Arrlir. .\. D. ISM, i il .:\iAI-. ": 111:1. \\'A'oi'rl). I, offered in Pensacola.

I'' 7:30 p. m by W. T. Tracy of Viola, Tie principle the arch may bo fa ill l SEAL. f A. \\'. f7LEAS0\! I MEN-Our illustrated catalogue trade explains i! Borne Seekers Should See These Lots

k',1! ::1 ( Tenn.jprajer; meeting Wednesday at I to iK>r\iiutf' the 'undrudioll uf the human Notary Public. how we teach barber

t\, 7:30 p. in. "Song practice at ov.ring i skeleton. The late I'lofp-s-.r:: Owen Hall' Catarrh Cure is taken in- in short time ; nailed free. Inler i

r service begins! at 7:15 o'clock. Come piuils: this out very clearly tolling us teraall/; and acts directly on the College, New'- -Orleans---- -,-Li.-: --J15- I A51 V Clubbs
blood and mucous !surfaces; of the ft
and join us in these services.'a2' tint in man the ski-Mmi is arranged Fend for testimonial free. THREE young men trout Peuacola; !
in a series \segments; which f'dlowt eystetn. { and vicinity at once to pre fare for I j
F. J. CJIKXKY & Co., Toledo, O Corner Garden and Bru Streets.
Heri i
1'.11'It'l'ian. : ::.l articul.iteiilli each oilier in the Po-itious in the Government

jlf t t' First Pre:>byterun Church, Rev. tiiriftUni of the axis nf the U, ly frurna..uo vice. Apply to liter-State Corre ;

Linn R. Walker, Pator 'ervice? i'onwanL I' .tSi'lt.UJ FltI-'CII: I President. Vlee-Presld Dt. C.fchler. Ai.'L .'llher:
at 11 a, in. by the pastor; Sunday This principle accounts for thostrcimth j i J.'()It MA.L.13.
L 3 following! la the schedule of the |
ail jet comparative lightness;; ; .
'- -- -- -
I' of the whole fabric rnmi the tr>me lovernmentstPamerUeueral French FOR SALE-Thirty Belgian/ hare; ]
THE NEWS for the 1 !
which print j jaen
of the -.kull .h\\"n to arch barrel .National Eaiikor I
tingraitful:: and one double hammer-
!jft fit of the merchants who "hir;
A WSYSTEM. I iif the fn-it we may trace this !'1I1'I'S'I heir good* to the various army ;,I )less hot-puu.! J. S. Durham, 211 '

sun! of I 1">:iy hoops or arcius, which admirably ,1Cet9; ; i \Yright'treet.; .__ lijlw: |!
.t When the !' toinich I is weak the whole I : protect the \arions parts of Leaves 1'D acola......_. _....... -.. 110 a. m.Harrancni. FOR SALE- Second-hand set ofhurne : PSZTSACOLA.FLA.
system' becomes weak also, because the nervous and vascular systems of ut'8V" ... _...... 7n a. m =s, in good older. Apply toIhos. I
the *; t'nnacli receive !, L.to8V..S I'lckens ..... ... .. ....... ....._. '):>* it is from we; the jtly. Tinskull! i is futiml to IM buta
I Ptbley, room 410 Thieen
v Leaves ... ... ........-..-..-. M t5 a. DI23: ; :JOT7Si: 111
strength. Hp idf-s weakne**, you c :ilinuatioii of the ",I'I.I.ul'. mal leaves lVn"aeola -.... .-...10:15 a. 01'1 building. janT tf
I; .r, t puffer from less or .\ 1'1'.Tin:, each of its four si :!inent.. the occipital.l'iririil. : Arrives HSUTBCCM:: 11IU a. m. mrl i i KNOWLE3. W. A. BLOUKT F. C. HP.EaMT-. H F v :".

I' ;' NAVSKA, HKAI>.ACIIK. IXMOKSTIOX: 1 fruhtal and nasal consists of :naies urns: to a Karrancaa.trip to Fort McHoe and then r..- I j A BARGAIN! be had in one of : D. O. BRENT,

* CON8TirTI AM LlVKK TKOfB II nti rural and a lower hcmal Leaves Harrancas .. .. .. .. .. Iih p. m. I, the fii..-st residence amid most desirable !
0 ( 1.18. For these complaints you eannottake : iinicr ueavps Ptckene .. ..on.. .. .... ... .. 1:25p.m: I sections of Northwest Hill I t
; abttrrnudi.irethanlloIII :;. I ar.-li. Simihr arched for'tL itlutli I fl"- I Leaves Prn-acola ... ... ... ... .... 4'lup.: I i P4fl3lfir8 MpSsi- JJ| '
P | vail tint! 'tsuliotit therl1tcrl' of a Imi Leaves Pickens .... .. ...... 5:15 p. m'l i subject to guaranteed leaaeatfair: : r pt Vi { RH |
; tetter'stonncli Hitti r' IT rosiTivt'i.vrt'RKs. Vmim *
| Arrives HnrrauoRs ft.30 p. m. and makerrp ,II for three yeur#. Plan o bau: =e can ItMi&jl m & WtI
,1I #1 I' THY A BOTTLE and !i ir.ii sU'.etoll. I! : to McKoand rttarn. : he seen at my office. A. V. Clnbbs:! ;. w IJ

r1 I. sati-fy yoursIf.. I | On WednedaysantSaturdaysthe! ;i: Pen lCO.l.( Ci-2 ,
1I1.lnr..1Inl1..l..rnom.!' .. i oat will leave Barrancas Pick- ''
; via : & We Graw oar own Billd of Kzebanxe on Great &-taln. fr ;lMOermauy
I It i is not sufficient! in cleaning rooms ins! for Pen acola at 6'M: p. m. '!I' -oli-SALE=Th-fl most desirable; :..

,la 4! HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH ,, that Lave been occupied by persons The General French is for army i lots in the city on eay term*, by France, Austria, Italy, Hollaed, Spain, Belflnrn RI'isJ'. S''

sick with contagious diseases to simply purposes only and auyout-idH must ; the Fisher Hell Estate Aaency2i'4 way, Hvsjen, Denmark and ether European countrca.IOblig .
lave a from the ,> :South:: Palxfox. IS tint ,
expose them to 11.inf'l.till'apnrs.: pass quartermaster I 8 I '
L. --- DIebtirjod: the tfc'-: :
BITTERS Tie floors and woodwork should be: ) take passage 01 her.MASTER'S -- Itua.dirg: HOIIMU.BOARDINO -I I .f\frVoiselp Taken Payable at npon Por of heetpeticnaTenFlf sea: Dsj

I thort'uhly Sv-ourcd with a disinfecting after Vessel Arrives erQ.r8afetv .
-- --- HOUSE at R'heelerSprings
-- -- I flu'd.! ami the walls: and! ceiling should I
Mary Ether, Fla.. Mrs.
1:I j "NN01 I also be carefully lnbl.-l'itbuurg SALE. Condon, proprietress. All the Deposit Korea for Rent In Ccnnentltfl

: I' : "iHJttch. Ky virtue of a degree of.. foreclosure ren- comforts of home at very reasoua: ''with which we ha'!a a Prira Dartssent for theUi
dtrt'dby the Honorable 1 J. Reeves.J udeetlhe
k of K-camhia ble rate*. Northern tourists will of Renter
( circuit court county
If You HaveRheumatism i E. W. PEAKE, Honda. on thflnhJay of J aUU.lfY, lain, In find this an ideal place to spend a I _
I the cati of M. L. Autrey axiili'K L. ='i. portion of the season.! 12nlm I
i Electrical contractor and builder, Amos. Phoebe Amos. J. J. Jernigan. Mary
Lfe. A. J. Lee, J. M. Amos Josephine I DR. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
i I will do your electrical work in firstI Amos, Edward Amos, Lou Amos and I >1 !.('<: 11 un.-.ui...
!! Uvorge E. smith as sheriff ( f }:c8m-I ___ ........... _ !
I class style and at reasonable; rate!?. TRY NEW DISCOVERY "i MD.
lua county. h lorlda.lln He can be found at 30 South Palafox of the estate ofV.. li. Amos, de-
< street. Phoce203. Ceased.lalll OQ Monday the 2nd day of I, South Palifox street. Re covering FOR THAT COLD. os 17Yo S.I'aldoL
c :
ttbruary. W3, sell at public outcry hrforethe and repainnsrof umbrellas and
the treat feted and < C PcxtT.A: county court house door in tb.. city of parasols a specialty.: Silk covers TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Manu from S to 8PJ.: m. and I to P-a
URIGSOL endorsed California I 1'ebsaculaEscambia county, Klorlda. during
Remedy will cure i 8,,*.ttb. its Kind! You Haw Ai;lair BsasK the legal hours of sale. the following ; always on hand. jan 3 Cures Ccnsumption.Coughs : od
It also Liver. and dt-bCribed real property tlluated. I lying aud
you. cures Kidney i ..
Bladder dseeses.caned by an eioessof i t ruatt being la the city of I'ensucola, tscambia: : ANYONE wanting bored wells, 1[ Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, | rnouo oa.PneumoniaHayFcvcrPleu .
one trM. It never faire: and bUilds up :t/A County, Florida, toit: I fence posts or anything in the -
grocery ,
the health lOll strertU while using It. I ----- -- A ODv-thlrd UQditidfJ Interest in lots I I! -
tlt>ull stamp for bcji ol wonderful cer- twenty-slr(56) 1.1. t".DlY. or dry good line will do
tl t1drate. Prim $1 per rt'ttle. For pale :'IIIIn eight 4), twtntplne 1'\11 and thirty i:p>j, v'H ely bf ire purchasing tit "ee D.L risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, I I JOHN. BEARD! ,
by dnirls! If your drunKlst can not iu blocs oahundred and twenty-five:-;), :\ Slrrritt.Oltvs. Fit. j17Iw1tr.1111'.lL.
.1' upr'yy.Hi it will r* sent prepaid upon I hive beeu authorized to taktruhscriptions of limp East King 1 ract," of ram 'imHreet. :Sore Throat, Croup and ; .
for V.'m. JenniesP.rau'i el'iKint rumberip, sad '
rev .j/'t of pr.:e. AaJtcai fr p.'r y '
l "The rouinioncr. fronting io feet en rt belw.rn '\ ;' ( OU Il. ;'
paper, \ ; ;, : ThifFen HuilJ.' :
I OfRceJ
Fa'hK' x and Hu'el1lrd!' -treete; II-" tn
d: UiestecilC3.LcsAiige2SC2:; : : !, Tile prlc is 11.00 per year: i iu ad.'nnce. fol.o..itJgde.crlb;>d Fer<>: al t rt' 'l'rlY. town 1;. L DIAMOND. the taiwThH-: *- "0 CURE. lion PAY. ..,
I _. or the Those de.>k t.il9>iaJ, wl'.lien-'_', tt.ovil t" lI'. t\-. Ovfri r"M! .'r..n.c ::..,' 1 -,."..., 'TTlE"FF.r- Of. c. Hour?-S.30 a. lr.r. tn I l'; :
I'a'.drr mult ret s and all ;ntur-: r. g"iu _._ ____"__ ;; 1 1I
have it to them setdin. I .
)! : sent by trtet. f';-L-''-IP F.xj-ie: a f'P.:: -_- c -
,. :1& ;' '''If'Y..T 211\: '. ev frl"I11! I Jf n.,r d\o. 1:; >"J. i't"Jsm ; I 2 3 p. m. to6HOp. m.
u. I il.CUto the undersigned : cost ol [uiibaser.; I w> ere l-e i* pr ;' -r- d t', rue; 111. rjair --- J Wi.' "f'r Y'Tai'h01: asst I Prnc'l'flnnll! state and f-1--: ', "
) Citib: : :Sr4Agrrts.: d H. M. R-M-MK, i Ell. ;iIE; iG3. aril pr>"-!. I Id'"-' mind ?...,tl-- :- "'tc'Jry in flirt-ci.'a d.-e; J t Alb'J! 'iii"s. .ntru.tod to me .... 't

.t. 'td Care Daily News. I l'Jo:111t" a.'fll4' .toln .y. I mecs' t'IIlr made'ait-! 16nj ; : -tplir-ne, +I pr m and diligent attentu-u


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#. RUN ON SAVINGS BANK. awAN -si REBELLION: !L WH Ui PR tai II'' !flUIS It t.y y j !

1I :., ...J.I. .' } : ...\... N'J ':.. nr. Mistake Causes Withdrawal cf Many Provincial Governor .
." '.oS"' "'_:'; ...... ...2 .t'A..,..... \..,.... .-. .,"..l 'It"--:" '(, ....!.. ,.r/..: ,. Purposely Per I ::4
; .
I '.. ,. W-- .",'"" !,'-"... '. ,. .,.,,....."_,....,. .-......,.,,.,.. -..,.7'..'.....\ .. 4"W"-._,",...,... ....",',:1t.r.."",.- ..-.J.:,:.;-'- ..,r.U ",,\. ,. ',., Thousands: cf.Dollars. mitt Increase of Brigands -
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"i --. ........,', ;;L' Mount -
"' '. : : ; :... """_. :: !f" .. } -}....:. ... Vernon .N. Y.. Jan 16.-A New York, Jan. 16.-In reference to '
'.J'. ... _-::: ... WHOLESALEFruits m .
:::. ... run that was begun Wednesday on the reported serious rebellion in the ( ..

; 'Sri; """,. --- -,- '- .. .'. .-' -..." ...." .. b the Eastchester Savings bank In i twang SI province, ::. dispatch to The
,? .............-,.':.,''.-... .ttfe cuy: tras cordru.d )tstr; ,;ay. AllcL:2rs Times (mom Shaig .ai[, by way ol I.on- I < qk

.. THE CHILDREN ; ..l : wcu prcL.p.y: paid a::d tae:: O-j i tang says that the native press states i ti
'1" //j .t 1J1ir ..L.?... ,;:.y sty L.lhJ ample Li.. '" .t.d that tho piovlntisl: [ poverncr, Wang
:aie.r:... to ic. all tJI I M Produce f' I
ay ::t ceanas.. Up Glii i Chun !
'\\ .;. Life out of doors and out of the ga tics which they: play and the enjoyment }:.:. +..'-'< coca : purposely permits! an in
.1J jt te/uay 10JvJO and
which they receive and the e.rorts. which they r.ia'ne. co.nes the ? \ crease of brigands, magnifying the

1 greater part of that healthful development which is :o essential to teii"f': -. J150,00: iai: /fca withdrawn Tha operations of the local banditti intoa 127.129 East GHcrrmcnt U. i
run -SJued: from a mistake in numerous serious rebellion!
-1'" with the deliberate
I t happiness when I grown. When a laxative is needed the remedy which: is r't
.' given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs (i''i.i a., :: ; ;.>,:=:, :! depositors, many of them purges ,of afterward Invoking the as Keeps constantly cn'h' nd and can ,,? !
: ignorant Italians; *rip at short notice Holland { i
who have :
I seem to sistance": of the French Cab
r 0:1 which it acts, should be such as physicians would: sanction, because its ;-- troops. bike hardheads e ; .,
: got the Eastchester bank mixed Stress ; Ruta Bjgaain/ : 150
is !
l: laid
component parts are known to be wholesome z.nd the remedy itself free from : .:? upcn the governor'sformer pound bag* Best
... up with the Dank of Mount Vernon record In i d; it
/ every objectionable quality. The one remedy: which physicians:.. and parents, i ) ;) :. the N&an, this province Red Globe Onions, Extra Fancy .
well-informed which is a state: bank. and elsewhere, and his notorious Ben Davis
approve and recommend and which tle little ones enjoy, l'-' Baldwin. Russet, Hub-
because of its pleasant flavor, its penile action and its beneficial effects, isSrup (;\.t:;:" When a new management took capacity for venality. His recent bardson and New York Spies Apples ;
of and fur "'; : : charge of the Bank: of Mount Vernon decoration by the French J.'lorid1OraUlte3, Ruatan Co-
,, Figs- the same reason it is the cn'.y laxative which Miou'.d ,.::, %.".'.; governmentdoes
"t recently the announcement made roanut" L. L. Rai"ins, fall
was not
be used by fathers and mothers. : :. escape comment.
.j' .< :
I ...... .. Texas Pecans llliieti
: i ; Mixed Nut,
of Figs i. the ":' that 2 per cent would be paid on de- The dispatch also that in "
Syrup which announces
; only remedy acts gently, pleasantly! and !:., :::-f_ 'Candy, Large and Smooth Stick '
naturally without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the :;,,.:t :...,_... posits. The small depositors of the response to the memorial presented I Candy, White, Red Kidney and I ,

,v,tern effectually, without producing that constipated hJ. which results i;, :v(1' savicgs bank seemed to have got an to the throne by Viceroy Yuan ..ShibKiki Lima Bean; California and Virginia t

fr,mi the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations, and against .l :;, idea that this would affect them. Then Shens! !is permitted to retain control i Black Eye Peas, Virginia Peanut I a,

i 4 \\ nici: the children should: be so carefully: guarded. If you would have them ..,__.: on Tuesday lest Justice Gajnor, of of the government telegraph system : ;:. Cheese,' Butter, extra tine, in '

g'ow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy, do nut give {r'F.' :. : the supreme court, on application of to allow of his winding up the 10, 20and 30-pound packages: ; Beet!' ;'!

them medicines, when medicines are not needed, and when nature needs : .:..,"" James L. Reynolds, gianteJ', an order Soonest jear.AusfroMTungarian. Hor-e Radish, Cotton Seed: Hulls in > ; t ri

assistance in the way of a laxative, give them I only I the simple I pleasant I and ....+,..""/."':-/. for the Dank of Mount Vernon to show and fack Pure*, Cotton Bran.Seed Meal, Best Bhorta

gentle-Syrup of I'igs. ". cause why a referee should not be ap- ; Tariff Bill. I To arrive today, 600 boxes Indian 1i j

Its quality i-5. due not only to the excellence of the combination of t'e: ?:-<:":. -,. : pointed to examine the bank's affairs Berlin, Jan. 16.-The commercial River Oranges. \\ ill be sold at !t t !

I laxative: principles: of plm15:111: : pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but /:... 'iX which, Mr. Reynolds alleges, have been treaty society has information to the '>nrf'. No fancy uric.i '

aiaoto our original uiethtwl t.f manufacture and as )'0\ value the l.alth of r..._. '.+ mismanaged. This action added to the effect that the new AustroHungariantariff : Send in your"Holid3Y Order at t,

the little ones, do not accept any of t'.ie: substitutes liich; unscrupulous. dealers :. .I'' f anxiety: of the savings bank depositors bill will be sent to the dual parliament once so they may have careful at. I

M.mCl1l'S: ofUr to increase their rrut"!ts. 'I""e penninearticle: may b>' "... \ who still had the banks confused and in a few days. The bill has {, tension and packing and before N';' G i

:. bought" anywhere of all reliable: (!riig-'fst at f.fty: ce:1tbottle. Please J' :AtJ .. the run was the result been confidentially shown to the Ger-1! pricei advance. 'li
| tJfSMp us i
your Turkeys, Fjllsaud :
remember the full nan.e 01 tic Coir.p.uiy '. --..... .: .': man government. It provides for )i, Produce and get best obtainable +1q i

i' ... ....rCALIFORNI1.,.J FIG SYK.UP CO. is pi mud ontljf ; ..\... : Quits Contest' enormously higher duties than the existing : prices. .. '

,r.," ''............'.:' c-j '.,. ; f rint of every jnckIn .;:--.... '. .:- .', Raleigh, X. C., Jan. 16.-General Julian tariff. It is understood! that

;.s'.. ;.l.,-,...., ...'....... ", i:' l'. order to get itsbeneficial '1"'I'/............ S. Carr the Increases
.. ./ : .. ,.:....: .. .J \. ) of Durham, withdrew are aimed to offset the Geo.l\\ Pryor & Son
: .:
.;. .... J:: J 1';;
: .> \P effects! it is al.way .! ,.. ti tiNo.
f \\J. : '
.er'rf: lt..lo .
'. : q. ., +..;. ...tiy' .;,.. ,. :.:: t'f.....; .'/ OJ...;, from the senatorial contest last night, j German tariff !In the forthcoming negotiations s
".. ::. '. .! ( ,'" ; necessary to ""c" ';": ..:.> ;; ,..J. t,:--"J"1r.. his for commercial t
\ -. ..,' 'J' .; .. .. purpose bung to end the strug a treaty. t
2 1 1.a \ :; \... \ -:1: !'''!' .
". ..'..... : : ".-. ..:.,'., .:... :. ,JV.Ilir .?.. ,-' .-..%-.;:".'.......;,.....j"..... .,. .I .1".; .. gle. Four ballots were taken. Over I Telephony} 1IJ). J; }

.:.;._,..::-M.".,'...,i-_"(. ..'..i......", .-.., '_\,....:.' ...s,._, "... ."".....,....,.I man received 57 ballots; Watson, 52; Parocchi's Successor. ';I'i'

: ; :.............:... .( > {: m : .; Craig 31. Alexander dropped to Vannuetelli Rome, Jan.has 16.-Cardinal been appointed Seraflno vice i

'. :. ,: ; ; : .;.? : :.. _.. :::.:.::== :.; ;. { ? three votes and received none in the ,
.r ..' ... ",oJ. 1 ; : .... f \':\"::-,.;: :;'''-'..' : 'M:,.. last ballot. John S. Cunningham received chancellor of the Catholic church, In f
.. .:.. .i'" ': : i ; : : : P.-T':: "i' = '. "'' succession to Cardinal Paiocchi. who ,
: ,. -
.J ...:.. ._ ,' . .. .! 's.:. t'o'otes during the ballotingThere .
. .. M.. -. .' e. '. !. .: ':. -..." t I 'I ... .. I". ./ -"'', .. The haste with whichthe
./.:-. .; .-: f I. .i : .t".l'k "- ...' died yesterday '
.. 'h. of
seems no
a caucusnominee
v' ,
: .. /- ----.J : t' .........:.. 1 ;,' ::.',\. !'-J c.
the office U I
: ; : i '
>: --:.. '-. ;; I..... pope
'- '' .I".' ,.... '", ... I '''.''' ... as long as the three leaden
-, Q. -....,;;-.1.L .. ; ... ....,_-," \I'.I...' .:<. ......... :.-...\. stay in! much commented upon. Cardinal ,'
.). '''', .: .'.. '. \. ...... .._ '1..1 Vannutelli! is the ;
.,.. ;... ,u + ". 'r ..'.,. .. .. '. ... now regarded as vnflsnr i
: : t "
'._....'..; "" ....I! 7... .-,..:f... ....-. .,\.1,-1'. ,. .. .., '- +..:"Y.A ..;:-...... ..ti--ro--.,ilf,'.!"::.." /' ,' The Worst form probable succesor of Pope Le6, aa rice r 4'I -
....._.;:' : ., --:-. f '? "-' 1 ./ -::. ;; 'r.;:....:....... chancellor of the church is one of the V1It
t.,. ::::..:v........ .. .....J........ ".".*-. "'".,.. ....-J........... .""' ......... ..:,...:. '.'71' ".-... .'.. '" ",. Multitudes are singing the praises highest positions lathe papacy ;
'\ .; ...-"....."'U.\.......--.3' ..,.. .,..."'.,",;: \:.. .". ..".' ...-.."..-.' ... .'_I'.... ,.. ''-..:-....\!("".. '.'.. of Kodol, the new discovery whichis jr ,
; "'',,::\. ::. \ ,' : I .. A NIGHT ALARM.
\ ..' ...... : ; : :
{ '':;: .. '. "" : '. making so many people well
-' ... ..',' '.'' ", --, .: i. ;:; .\.1: .:::
'. ..< \:\. .... .i ...-: ; : \. i.: and weak people strong by digestingwhat Worse than an alarm of fire at night

they eat, by cleansing and is the brassy cough of croup, which

sweetening the stomach and by souadslikethechildren'sdeathkneland

transforming; their food into the it means death unless something

CROWN PRINCE VISITS kind of pare, rich, red blood that is done quickly. Foley's Honey and
CZAR. She Knew Him.
Voice fif 1'I.t"rlt"n"t':
Tar fail to instant relief
makes feel good all Mrs.
de's mother her )Ir dear said a repentant busband you
; was Visiting and quickly cures the worst forms of
her they sat in the sewing; Streets of St Petersburg Decorated In to his wife "if I have CUT used any Cranfill, fTroy, I. T., writes: Fora croup. Mr*. P. L. Cordier. of Mannington '.

bride! was ti.\iii" the sleevehiisi.iid's His Honor. unkind words to IOU I take them all number of years I was troubled Ky., writes: ":\1y three J i

| St. Petersburg, Jan. ll .-The Ger. back." with indigestion and dyspepsia year old girl had a severe case of Physicians prescribe it { '

,'v t lIa t's a neat job," reas man crown prince Frederick William, ":\:o. you won't. I know jou. You which grew into the worst farm croup ; the doctor said! she could not '

.;r, sin1 tiiilsliui brrluirid 'arruej here today on a visit to the want to use them all over again. Finally I was induced to me Kodo! live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey for their most delicate '
czar. and after using four bottle I am en and Tar ; the first dose gave quick re .
. tirf-ly cured. I heartily recommend lief and saved her lifo Refuse !sub patients.
:! it and .book The crown prince welcomed nulls Winked.BuItA.iuserWhy .
was at Kodol all suffers from
to indigestionand stitutes.!' W. A. D'Alemberte 1218. y '
and PURE.
'. Tzarskeolo by the czarewitch. Grand didn't you introduce dyspepsia. Take a doe after Palafox street. '

!1 ".. u':" .uzgested: the Dukei'hafl.; as the czar was confined me to your friend Quisby just meal It digests what you eat. For Hale byDannheisser j

to his apartments suffering froma now? Didn't you see me wink at you? Hargis Pharmacy, John Shepard, O A.S T? O 3R.X.A.. I

.;. v.s; tie reply. severe cold. A number of grand :Snargor-Yc-s, and I would 1.1:1rJY Sidney Kahn.STEAMER. Bean tie You Ha\Bjiays Pst 1' Bros.

dukes. Foreign Minister l Lamsdorfl dear boy, with pleasure! ; but, you see Signature a ,
.. /l #
..I Qulsby winked at first.
,.' .'. anj other ministers and a number of me Of

I 1. ;,- WI', ,is.italli' : : high officials> also CAPTAIN FRITZ -
were present at the u..
Bulb Hoped. Medical !8->ctetj, Attention

'I i.. .if UI'" '. a a"1 I lini'; to liberal railroad display station of where Russian there and was Ger a ""Well may 1 hope then, tlearej-t, Titos. CONDOX, Captain, There will be a regular meeting ol L'NICK'S

kl. .' IJ., ; (fret' .'si'f Ihl:i -"'1'1. Oh, 1i man colors. On the that at some time I clay have the happiness will make regular trips betweenPpn he Pensacola Medical Society aiha r '

I. \, i I trig.; J it njself'i train approach of the of making you lilY wife?" =acola, Point Washington and Beard of Health offce ?t t

\Ii"; I \I", i l.t-t:, 'nrrd.I.; : Liter I the German national anthemwas i "Yes I Lope u1 am sure," she replant Freeport. Leave JJaylen street 'clockp.m. Tuesday Jan 13 and 27. r'r
played.; The crown prince, who "I tired of uill wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and ar Visiting physicians are
I. d! in /.1: I !f't IU1N /1' ["1' I COUld: am ;; f'llotor cordially
wore the uniform of a St. Petersburg breach of rive at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. nvited to attend
: promise.
1.1 .r'; f.-ii'rcf!: tic! liilut i! nf l.ring-
., Iife! .quard, accompanied by the czare Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. DR.W. C. DEW F.RY,
: \ I ( Jill.tcn:
: I/It' : [ I to teI' :
witch. inspected: the llratv Lad In Muil. and arrive at Pensacola 6 p. m. same I President. '
.. guard of honor ,
'Ii' 'I"; ". *!;'Ihh'r.lIlltlllllke! and The great rice horse Craw Lad wi day. Fare, round trip, |5; one way, DR. L. DEM. BLOCKER, I.,1
"I i '.( !,,ai. wt'U if yeti have i subsequently drove to the palace our of thiity-seven races: is now nat !3. 12nlm n25ttf 8fcretary.Jtudgin's I ; I
'.s' 'I i .' i'inil! In it through; streets decorated with flags.
mir jijrnin. Lexington Ky., where! he will be retired
,'i '. .ii I ell! to dNouinigc him He was heartily cheered by the as I R TA URAl
to the !stud at Kecnland farm. I file $esf
'1 !bra year tir MI later.t gambled! crowds.Cutan : I IS.hor. PEARL & DOLIVE- far &.

:...>t i/l'II"I'IIIII'! | : (> 1 that a ..'. Il.iclns I'luiis. f Ij t

', '' ..'-ii wlrI'elift! ? Treaty Strongly Criticized. It is J. Mwrr's intention race Call on them at the corner of Garden Try Gunther's Candies at j F"j: .

; Liverpool Jan. 1C.-At a special hs! best trl.! !.:; in the east nest yeacemiaeurinr :: r. and Alcaniz streets for carpenter ,Solomon's.

t \Wei-telu stor. X. Y. and electrical workor 6t O. --- -- -
phone .:
meeting: ; today of the Liverpool chamuer DAILY MENUS 4 r
.. .. .
c. .3T0 : :'t. :r..A. -- -- ---- CARPENTRY AND
01 foismcrce, railed to consider -- -
i..-ttl. : K r'd' Ya3 h1\9\ jiJiS '.;t.'Ye3 I the !
proposed reciprocity treaty be- Comprise all the Up-to- f

d1I1'e r4 ci. ,' f/-.f--4.ClL tutu the United States: and Cula it .A. :M.A. v'erySGC'CESSOR ELECTRICAL WORK Date Dishes the Mar ,

vas announced that Foreign' Secretary kets of the World is

I larsy'.owre: would! receive! important Ring; up Pearl & Dolive, phone 060. Afford. a

r'! .station from the various chambers ( TO AVERY t WOOLFOLK.) if vou rmve any carpenter or electrical :

of commerce of the United IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF work you want well done. .

C '1VitSINSURANCE n & MB;.:. III )un, January: 22, for the pur- 11..i '0.j .

)pos' of discussing the matter. The HARDWARE. Ladies' Private'Dining j ;
I sp.'akcrs strongly! criticised the treatyas ; !.

practica y shutting out other na Parlor.j* ;i..
tions from Iron, Nails, Axes Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat '.. )
AXII trading with Cuba. Hupplies, Cooking and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils OPP VTHI AS.Pennacola I I'I'

Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
HEAL ESTATE Lodge No. S, K. of !' ,
Cut Throat on Train. Agate and Tinware ana Ilousefurnishing Goods. Regular Dinner Daily.
No.1 I South Palafox Street. Washington. Ind., Jan. 16.-on meets every Monday evening
FOR str:fO at Cattle i all, !
Baltimore and Ohio Southwesterntrain In tbe Bloant Watson -

Jacob Rapp, of Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery UatMlng. third floor. I
Louisville from Short Orders !
.lrt.I11.: s of D-irabIe Dwellings St. Louis to Louisville, this Wheel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kal- Visiting welcomed brethren cordially Promptly I

''.f I U at in Various Partsof rushed Into morning somine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges, Wm J. A. LILB. Filled. Night or Day ;
a closet as the train was Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's H, HOKBLIB ','. C.
the City: tieaiing Vlncennes and cut his throat : Made Railroad Colors. K. R. e 8. ;
'* 'y hou-,... with a razor. The traia crew found If It'i
contaminif 12 rooms. Masonic Something Good to Eat
,, Temple j Pensacola Fla.
a ,10 ru convHnienecs. bath on1"wrr him weltering In his blood. Doctors Damon Lodge 1\0.13 J'oll1i'leD,;you'll linG It si "
ILI"I llivirs. corner lot
'IU" Baa hruhhery, stable,out- were called but they say Rapp had meeti every Tuesday evening at "-to. at
.r' t'l'0.: Tit Kasl; Lal'.ua Castle hell corm r Palafox and Garden Nick Apostle'sPopular '
kl _. only a small chance for his life. His SAMUEL CHARLES street VisIting Knights: cordially Invited. ;
r '''''arllDlt bouin, containing home is at 1537 Condit avenue, Louis- J.ALHERTJOHNauN, el
ill\ known ftS tie Ponce de ,vine DAN !!F.RrUI. C. C. Restaurant
'u,... :\o. no East; Intemlent. : K. of U. A 8. F ;
.. I"
'" .I! .'-story modern dwellingn Fatal Coasting Accident. l? 14
ntuatdetrablebectionofthe I. O. O. F.
:.... a roriiKr on tbe street cart Scranton Pa., Jan. 16.-Eight young REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT. 1 mmm
'' North
"-i' i -"Uiry. dwelling Barcelona In rooms street. persons coasting on a long 'sled on tea -iPHONE Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes,* Leather & Findings. Pensacola Lodge.N o. 4 1
i s. viiieSijuare, No.kU> East the Mulberry street hill last night
h ,-lit street.l 514. O07 SOUTH FAIjAFOX STREET. meets every Thursday evening at 7.t: at
role l urn :-story modern were hurled against a telegraph pole Raordhall.k'S We.t Intendencia street. Herring Bros.
"* -. .' riHima rerydebirablesec- by the sled striking a smaller sled. I I Visiting bretbren cordially Invlud.J.E.Lo.Mi.N.U.. ,
city. hituated on North ,
1 I' .taken tHrong and UeSotoKocd All were seriously Injured and three : WICKE&.CO. J.G.WELSH, Secretary.AMERICAN.
of them will probably die. Have specially constructed Wagon
y'w.'Ilingin order with for the removal of dead animals t
!I., J _
three doors
from the belt GUILD.
> a'.'Hnaiiil.nil water throughout Collectors of Customs Notified. Will from remove the city dead limits.horses! t e
Karcelonafetrerl. Plumber Gas and Steam or cows for i
awe:ImuT room, city water Washington Jan. lIThe treasury fitter Pensacola Chapter No. GOT. One Dollar each. .
gas, a itli Urge corner lot, a o. i
W--.1 Wright fclrtet. department today received an official! F. E. BBAWSEB. LINDIFSTRUTH, HERRING BROS.,
'> dweiiiag.eroiiins, newly pa- certified copy of the act approved yesterday Secretary, Governor. Or leave orders Gouldinjr. ,
oJ i and painted throughout, on No. i South Palafox Street. 135 East Intendencia street.
j. ..)<> :No.ivLastUregaryritreet.; \ !; placing coal on the free list ti

try iii' half block of wsterand ground bath ulllitful Upon its receipt the department telegraphed All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fitttnga Materials Kept on Hand K. OF L. ------------.J r: ;

.'miles' shade trees; No. "(# Eastf the necessary instructions to "'IQ,1I\PAOIIfIiI sMrltt .. "'e AmlA PTsh to=GOLA=Q j
collectors of customs throughout the
dwelling, Xo 415 East Grego- I.ocalllIembll No. 1505. '
-trf.-t,5 rooms, newly papered andS country, directing them to put the act 50PIECE DINNER SET Grist and Corn I
't.I. Meets first Monday In each month. Meal Mills 1
N Eat Belmont street 5-raora into Immediate effect. The telegramread FREE" .. W. P. H.TlIARP. i '
tg.'. -itv water, newly painted as follows: "Admit all coal imported ARTHCB McCossiLL, JI. W. f. G05ZflLEZ4CO.:
rlrt order. I WoDdntnl. lodacenieDt to Mil oar Hwwi Bklc P.m4tt.Ewy Secretary. F. Prop, :
) -\. North on or after 15th instant free pun bun;of a pound can of 1.1... B.l.l.(P.wcr .
Alcaniz strbet. a new order oar Plan h a.i will rvrevelhle, banulol w.1n Rr,,_.&.
i n good order with i 5 rooms. of duty, under the act of 15th instant inK of \>1I.-ber and Br sue, free Few cut ,tar p.ttern. lUnnfMtcreri!
Ka-a Kelmont street, city Kemratwr tlllnt.tercet w jown eiay CHOICE H.&ALAND BURE GROUND i'
wal r r ft neat S room cottage newly Copy by mail. porehtser of bomebold amrtu M dwoilwl bl..oar Plan ANTAL-MIDY
P.w.e.. STOCK
to T..lad..holl'l1afOOltef'Dralllof 8.Bal.I. FEED.
d eY< .
'. renovated tbrjughout. A Hot riniih.Spoakln un.kTriaaNo.65.wUfc the U4wrMCBt .f Ul._..ilaiuUddrcMMuid "'l ".... Fttroalse Home
.,. Fast Laltua street a neatly Net free U carh. prettwegrro.h.udr'mdlderoraed 6& These tiny Capsules ire superior Induitry, for there if
'i i J I room cottage In good cons ? of 'a hot finish."* remarked'eTeafes..b..l.tetrfree.. Wee every reason you should Day your Meal and }
'.large! lot City water !limp!,aend aa oneptaoe I to Salaam / Copaiba, Stock Feed from the Home Manataetanr
4't. olmualler dw..lllni! s as well I'ncle Alien Sparks, "there'stbe .money forwardoaf different mo full Inturm"hoD. f for by 10 dolnc yon enooar ia borne
I Orbebs ( and Indus
.. .
: Injection i
So. wln 11I11 e. 1M .u.
i 01.tor..and offices It HEM'. p.-Chlct'o! : Tribune. pUo"",..'e.... It_'.surprised.... Wewill.Uowbfterudaretod5U.etthorotdeaodeolI' tbeDlOlf7 bef see > 81 try. Your mODI, lilertln tbe community a ''
It We all fmgbL W.aIIo..98 .. J They cure in 48 hours the1AIi and you la tarn are indirectly
THOS. C. WATSON & CO., Cleaning ladies skirts and waists T rnt1ng.....I1&("...We.....allow.OOal.laze...10..1.W. cult t'OO11tW11IOQ_ Pat". ..praferre.L... __py,.L. jC. rU ... aedl..00...._ 1'aeaes wlthOdY InlOfUrlDf tbe home manufacturer beoeAted.JOG I, I( f
*, hundredeofot.MrnrtW.ndddirebieamele ....fufielW oar goods. Write fOC.inmn4 falltnform Qon. anytaxarc eontrlbDMtotbeeaaieoI labor. Yon t
.'. -iu Ufa, i)isouth E.tat.f alalox Kenialand Street.Insurance U ore of our specialties. Star Laun ewe! \ .av rf"en iinwkvV. aUf _41129 PI.e to.rri reliable.-SdiWr. = er: 601"If! "I IIIJjGGlsn. UW tb community In which you lire owe aad ''c
dry. gas ure our that Salvona 8aPpU ee Com pan,U thoroughly .- ... ..... --- ::r which ooatrlbatei to yoor lapport. ; t f
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..Cli3Ie.nt..rP : tire. But what steps have been Strongest in the World.

taken, if any? Tbe opera house and Cherry Pectoral

l.; S possibly one or two other buildings: (AMUSEMENTS. f
yjyers Get well before you have to
have been with
provided appliancesas ;
. blend ftt the Post Office at Peoucola, think of weak lungs, bron- I The Equitable t
.....MOond-clMi matter.amCB the law directs, but in most cases
CREATORE AND THE ARTISTS chitis pleurisy. foc.J.
. nothing has been done looking to I
; :-Pltt'i Building 2114 South -
,..a&oi.trHt. up-taln. the protection of life. Creators the most wonderful band --- Life Assurance SocietyOf
The question naturally arises as leader of the present age, Is coming TODAY.I I KEEPS HIS FAMILY WELL.If .
THE IEWS PUBLISHING CO. with his great organization and will the UniteJ States.HEMtY .
C to who is responsible for the non- you are feeling out of sort, if
. be beard at the opera bouse on the circulation or digestionis B. HYDi:, Founder
Ttrmi: Invariably in Advance. pour your fr
enforcement of the law. The city 22nd. This will be a musical treat LOCAL FORECAST-Rain tonight light to
...Year by Mall_____1 00 bad you ought to think fir.t about
I'll. Montbi _._ :J 60 marshal is made the inspector of well as a very interesting sensation. freib northwest wind, liver. Probably that is all that "
.... pour Carrier. Payable Monday 10
buildings and it would seem that as Creators has been written op aLd "' i is wrong with you. HEPATIUURA Preliminary Statement, Jan i, (tz: 1
,* Rates Furnished Temperature Lt.t24 Hour:
iIing on Application
tbe escapes are a part of the building caricatured more tban any other Maximum_____..55delZrf' I provides for the best health possible Outstanding Assurance, fl.2i: .uw '.... I

TELEPHONE NO. HI.PBIBAOOLA leader and this would not be the Minimum ___ li degree and will all needs. If
-- i answer ,
they would come under his supervision your Income..... .... .... '" I .....
case if there were no foundation for you want real good health keep the ) ."!O! 1

__ if not, what department of it. His mannerisms on the stage are Temperature Elsewhere: liver right, and there i is nothing!' New Assurance u.... "if uuo

) tbe city government is responsiblefor occasioned by his extraordinary Interest Atlanta .____Mia.31 )tAJr.4'1 ,better to keep the liver right tban 'i Assets.. .... ...... .... .. I

the enforcement of the law? In the music. He becomes so Iii.warck-----. 11 HEPATICURA.I I
greatly excited be forgets all about Chicago _______. *** *' Assurance Fund and \
Cincinnati__......-..._. __.It! H Mr. Daniel James of Pensacola I
JAN ),6, 1903 any audience and performs some of UalvAlloo_ ____ .__. 41 52 Fla., says: I want to tell you how all other liabilities... l olK1
Huron _.__ __ ___ 10 !l'
WITH CARGO OFIRON the most uuusual antics ever notedin Jacksonville ... __ -S 44 M much I appreciate your liver medicine -! Surplus .... ...... ... .
a conductor. All kinds of photo- Kansas Ity ___.30 41 HEPATIUURA. My wife had'' )
4 ; WHO IS BESPONSIBLE ? West____. M a
,. graphs have been taken of him in Key Memphis ..?__.._. .__ 42: 5i been sick ior a long time. I did not The largest Increase etcr mad m ai ,?, '

3. The recent fire at Bryans' infirmary PYRITESThe attempts to show his poses but with Mobile ___. 5- 4J 4S know exactly what was the matter I la the history of the bucit\
. Montgomery _'_ '_ 84! 3" with her. I it must have
in this city in which a life was out any actual results because theyare New Orleans. .__._.. 44 4-1 suppose JAMESV.. ALEXANDER. PrenJec
been some liver trouble. I had to ,
Sew York.___ ._.. S.- ._. :!II 4!
lost and others imperilled empha- not photographs but simply! his Savannah __._ 40 42SI. have a physician very often but i JAMES H. HYDE Vice-Pr.
Norwegian steamer Hydra, [ natural way of leading the band. Louis ____._...._.... 40 48 she did not get well until she took '-nutOOWLES >

cites the importance of legislation, 890 tons, arrived yesterday afternoon j i i His wildest his HEPATICURA. A few bottles !:
gyrations are simply ,
cured her. Khe i is well
both by the state and city, requiring with a full cargo of iron pyrites for !' sign\ language: expressing wishes now and j
Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets All never complains. I give it t ) the !i

1i1t-: adequate means to be afforded inmates a chemical firm at Cleveland 0. i\, to the players, ir-spiring them to1i druggists refund tbe money If it falls to children and take it mj>elf and it : MOS.{ ,

' :Jl\ of public buildings for escape The vessel came up to Comtnandan- j i play well subduing them to a gentle 2.F.>o.WOMAN.. W. Grove's signature is on each gists.keeps us all well. tSold by ail; drug-: General Agent,

I pianissimo or urging them on to a i ii
In case of sudden fires. cia wharf and this morning began to i :' - -- --- 309 1 8. Palafox St.. I'EXOL
i grand climax. It is a most interesting \,
. On October 1st, I Ib90 the legisla discharge; the cargo. 8he has been !1 right to see tins wonderful leader AND FASHION RARE BARGAINS.!

tare of the state enacted a law us chartered to load out a cargo of tim i i at these moments. At first the care- Diiftiini Jinil Tn nininu. j Seventy-five acres on Klaekwater TIII:

. embodied in chapter -li51. and which timber. I less person may be undecided as to The l tittun in its nl.ition to dress is Bay, rich black hammock lauds, two

* bad immediate ellect, that any whether Creature is deadly in earnest -! now more f"r urnatwnt than use, and i miles from Milton, particularly JA Y Gn Y
| REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP. or only acting his part but all many (If the buttons are ar- adapted to pecans. This land joins t
lessee proprietor or the celebrated ,
owner, manager C'riglar pecan grove
I'I'I tistu- enough to lis'utly;: he regarded:: as |
I A Little Bey's Life Saved. close observers and cultured muicians and is cleared.
p tJ} of a hotel in the state of Florida and ornaments. .\" fur the Luvs they.1!.111I'1.
readily perceive that he leads; Two hundred and ViiuItiIt'
eighty acre, ; :\1111H.tail
I have few words to
a regarding
say I IChamberlain's .' nsiil l.uisl.Ir! as trimmings.! : Thereis
extending two stories in height! to as no others: have done before him 100 acres cleare, miles from llltllll. ; <(<: roet'r'..
' Cough Ilcmedy. hi a revival of the antique altar lace, i 3Jj: miles from the railroad on''

i411 provide ropes or beater appliances paved my little boy's life and I and he obtains some of the grandest i and tin'|> bawl of it decorate the pale Yellow River at Faulk's Ferry In\IC.\ltnI: ;.. foil:

t4i: ; for each room. Other provisions of that I cannot praise it enough. I I! effects ever heard in UIUMC. I Ii tinted doth gowns wnidi are so muchin i Well watered and with good dwelling -

; this act would seem to meet the requirements bought a bottle of it from A. E. '!teere I I i "DEESTBlcTsKULLI I II fashionable favor jt1t now. Italian i ilili *, outhouses and fencing. Family, Fancy and Staple
: both in motifs ami'lianils. There are 40 acres of cypress in j
of Goodwin, 8. D., and when I got t lace separate
' fEi of ordinary occasions if home with it the poor baby could I I I : is also the lIu.l. a 1111'I'ry m.uiyif this tract worth the price of the' ?< Groceries, k<
for lovers cf the whole. This land
I A treat I-> in store has been grown
t41 tbe law was properly enforced. hardly breathe. I gave the medicine i i tin kILlS have tl.fir designs tracedin '
as directed every ten minute until humorous in an entertainment to be ;, extensively to cane and large profits and All Kinds of .
; ,, colon ilk thread '
: ordinances ( made. Tin-re 12UU of
Existing fenced
: city require "threw up" and then I thought house are acres -?.
sure :given: at the opera on Febru-| InI
A trimming much the'UUI' used
; which is
iti occupants of all houses I he was going to choke to death. We pa-turage adjoining, :
: owners or We
. ary 3rd under the auspices of the comliinalioiiitli a dark cloth gown Eighty-one acres, 3 miles north of are }Pole Distributor fm W "-t
had to pull the phlegm out of lii-
tables or other buildings of less I mouth in great long strings. I am Youug People's Union of the Bap- consists of a baud of velvet with lace above with good house well and Florida for the Celebrated lat. t..

:c1 tban three stories in height to keepon positive: that if 1 had not got that tiste church. The pupils will be ili>i''iis appliiiufd upon it at slmrt spring valuable feJ in ponds.connection'I Ibis with tract stockraising. I N I,:! *Monde, Illiniand Coffee Climax Sweet Flour Home 15yie M 4PS -.

bottle of cough medicine my boy personated by some of the most dignified spaces apart and each one of the lace | : Delicatessen, German ,Vtj
Ijt tbe premises in a safe and accessible The wood and Umber will i, AJm: e r _
wuld not be on earth today.-JOEL'DfcMo.NT gentlemen in the city whose di-stens fiulroiJi-rwl in silk threads j jStitflutl pay for clearing and also fur the j'!I Food CX's Canned Meat, Ktc All

rii place and fit for use in case of Inwood, Iowa. For sale 'i first appearance on the stage will be silk "bands in graduated land. I i[ of which are sold by all fir-t-cuM
and deal-
all medicine
by druggists. widths trim a number of the imported Retail Grocers in the city.
Urea ladder of sufficient length to ers. on that occasion.FCKMA. No such bargain as this has yet'
lil.u-k l.uc gowns, and the effect is Unusually been offered to The :
--- -- -- -- purchaser
reach the roof. j-tlO: SOU11I! i'.it'oPENSACOLA \
Fit You want a good piano tuner to NO CUItr, NO PAY. biiiart.A lands have been cultivated for years

A later ordinance requires owners stay in Pensacola, still you holdback Your druggist will refund your money If -- and I know what they will produc3.

And managers of theatres, music your order. Send it in. I have PAZO OINTMENT" fails to cure Ulng orm. I Prellr rirtnrr Hat. They are convenient io market and
will be sold at
a bargain on
TettsriiId Uicer.and Sores. Pimples and I The sm.nrt anti graceful hat is of
, balls and other of had 20 years' experience and have ol owner enduing other business.
places public
Blackhead on tbe face and all skin discases. -| silky bea\er in a shade of art rose.
worked in several piano factories. Wcents.LIVERPOOL. I For particulars, price and tf-rm,
$$i amusements to provide sulllcieut address NED FAY. PressingClub
-- -- -- ---
Orders left at Johnson's book store
fire escapes and means of exit from I J9f Pensacola, Fla..
will be attended to. !

the upper stories: of euch buildingsthat CHAS.V.. Pit ESSLEY. Heads "1r"'t'r A(11<'. FOR CENTLEMEN.
til I
they might be cleared within i Never entire this trouble. l'-eat
three minutes time. THE WEDNESDAY ; STEAMSHIPS ';. /-e 'S. once the remedy that -topped it for ,

It I Mrs. X. \\Vb-tf-r.. of \\ rlui'a.. One Dollar Per Month
As the laws already in existence I :-he write- : "Dr. KIIHF' New Life

\ were not thought to cover all necessary Pills wholly! cured tue <<<>f sick hd In Advance: to Membership.'Clothes .
MUSICAL CLUB service the
Liverpool freight by
: I aches [ had fullered from for two ;,

1t'4 points, City Attorney John li. !i.Serra Line i< on the increase It' II jt-ari" Cure Headache Constipation. Cleaned ami l'rE'o"lll.
--- I Hilii-u-uc-s. 2iic.; atV.. A. often as df-ired. Your Cl
v4ratti Jones carefully prepared the follow. i eeUl" At present the Spanish II -\' drugstore, 121 South sent for and dfiivered l' 01'
The Wednesday Mn-ical held avery Palifoxtrpet.VALUABLE. 91: hJU'tI1 l'alafox and J..n
ordinance which !
ing was passed by steam-hips Leonora and Alicia are I :
enthusiastic with Mis*
: meeting
ttf tbe council on August 21st.1'jul : I i at the docks awaiting; cargoes, and a I

, ., An ordinance to amend Sec. 11K;> of I Burrow this week. The programwas i I sister vessel, the Oracia is due here I CITY LOTS. i Plain Mi a SK:, .

2 .4 the code of ordinances of IS'Js!J: : I as follows : I': today, making three of the finest of I Yours; for Xeatne

i Be It oidained by the Mayor and Verdi's Works-Mrs. T. V. Kess- I --
< fteamers moored at the railroad!
Council of the City of Peu->acolu.Bee. I, ler. Of the large number of lot recently G. W. IRWIN.
docks. The Jocks are active, there
1. section 1U5; of the
I "If Filiil: Love" (sons\,' from II I I purcha-hed by Mr. O. M. Pryor
: ; Code of Ordinances of the city of I'' now beinz live of the largest of KOSK COLORED BEVVEK.Tl.e and placed on sale: to desirable purchaser -
Trot'ature-\'erdi- .
Pen acoll& be and the Satue H hereby I PeMey."Ernani'1 '! ocean steamers taking and awaiting niched drapery is of coral pink *, many have been sold, but I DO YOU KNOW

amended to read as follows: I (piano)- Verdi Mrs.Rutherford. i I 1 carzot*. [0111111(. and the Ions graceful plume Iso some of the choicest are still held bill

!;t, Sec. HI);). It shall be unlawful for i I II I ( sh.idfd: :gray and white. I i ni. HEEKMAN LUMBER CO

:} any owner, or occupant of any house, The next meeting! will be with II I New Coiulott.Millions lie will sell to actual settlers on a large! stock of drp!',pdt ,di .
( ('III
stable or other building less than I ury I'nII G 01\11" For AVIcler \\>ar. and joi4Get their pnr."- In.t.
1C1 most favorable terms, nol he is determined ,
Mis Wil-on Gregory street at
'I i are daily finding; a worldof the! ecuiHjinical the buying. ai(> )III
three For woman r.resI -
I"'I"i"]I stories high. to omit to keep on tu build up this property.MONEY _. .
o'clock Wednesday morning, J.tu. 1. comfort in liucklen'a Arnica | -- -
I. : the premises in a toilfe. accessible flit fashion of trimming lightweight: !

i i place and fit for use in ca-e of fire, a All active and honorary members SilveIt: kills pun from Burns, I! \eiliics and cloths with velvets and TO LOAN : Hot Rolls at 5 p. m., lOc
f I ' 'af ; !
ladder of butlicient length to reach are urged to attend a practice of : KcaldCut*, liruists; Cucl'lt'rsUlcer" p.i I' a doz., at Solcmon'H.STEAMER .
i winter wear Is a great: I toon. Thus cue J At the L-.ati Office of W. II. Men.
Fever hore-
M the roof of said iiou.eor I I IJau. and ; cures Eruptions I
building. j jBee. mixed choruses Tuesday evening;, I can cleverly\ utilize late summer and :, wether. Hi: South Tarragona street.
Salt Boils and Felons
: : 2. That this ordinance shall 20, at 7:30 o'clock at Mrs.Brawner's llneuui ; I eaily fall powns for winter wear by YIIUCIIII ut any sum of money you LINE SCHEDULE
removes Corns and \Vart15et I I need! at the lowest of
I t(. take affect immediately its Lilly rate i in-
; upon 'Ml! North Palafox street. I robbing tlu'in cf their lacy suni inerlike .
Pile cure on earth. Only ;jc. at W. terest.otj can b. a .urpd of fair
( ornamentatinn and i it by'
i adoption. n-i plarinz
'r, The club wishes to give these J treatment and strictly confIdent
( i.. : Passed and approved Aug 21, HIOI.i choruses at its first open meeting of A. D'Alemberte's drug ,:store 121 nhttill pi'-simentMlp trimming. business relations. j7tf fWt't'1I 1''loa<:.ln and Milnm foal

; Last year another ordinance relating the year, which will be held Jan. 28: South Palafox street. Hu.i.. lIail i ) KJKJ: Sunday
t I For Over Sixty \ears.MRS.
;, ltJ to buildings more than two at Mrs. T. V. Kes-ler'". The pro- 1USKKT hush t } will later. ni<,'y. HIP last anil ilrfiinn ceinc ofI ,, for little money? If M call OL
gram appear
. stories in height was pas-id. Itiin bwenasMCl for o\er sixty years by mll\ioDIO'1 I Stephens the jeweler. lIe will ac !,T !It II10n1111 am Lvf-n.nrolalirlVnhit.oIa.V
" IIP Io..rle" beiuecn IViinacola ( lasm-
mothers for their children teethingi
reads as follows: Figitlie Way to l.ue I.oni. cal *ilioil anti r.ieMionCi.llP i'aiclu- commodate you.EARLY
It .ootb. tbe child.
; i with perfect succcbS. Fare.'''''; Hound trip.jl:<...

: ; 4 ,. Bee. 1. That every building already The startling announcement of aDiscovery sililleat H.JJO p. III. softens tbe gums,allays all fift.u,cures wind
I ---- -- - colic, and I. the best remedy for Diarrboea
that will
1'k; t } erected or that may hereafter I> -ur-ly lengthenlife I _J::: _":" !:' _
I i" made by Editor O. H. Downey Goldring's No. 3 saloon at the It will relieM tbe poor little eutT-jrer 1m- I .
t '1 be erected three stories ill' II 1\ (\ 1\ If (\ \\ (\ifI JEWELER IN HIS
or more
of Churubusfo, Ind. "1 wi-h to'' :! mediately hold by IIrUItKU18ln"v..r7 purl '
.n J M' <:t height occupied or ued: or erected : .state" he writes "that Dr King's Union depot since its opening. has !, of th' world. T'fntBvp cpnts a hottl. I IIIII r 1111 r rt2
become noted as the place to find lit* Mirx you ait I..r"Mrs.; NVinalow's 8>OibIQK -
I4.:, to be u the n-o-t infallible remedy that the best and purest brands of liquorsto 1
boarding huuse or lodging houe I ;
N i have ever known for Coughs, Colds j be found in the city.: You will Hot French Waffles with SPRING 1
:3:lt and every office building, and (!np. It's it.valuable

:'C\. tory or work shop or hospital three wit II weak lungs.; Having \Itoph'l receive polite attention and be made Florida t flue Syrup at k;: I hav moved mv jewelry Ktor

r :..' stories or more in height, wholly ',r \ derful medicine no one need dread : welcome. holomon's 120 South Palafox formerly u
.. ;i 4 in part urd as a school or plac of Pneumonia or Cou-umptiou. Its re-- It pied by B1a4; & Co., and am -
'III'i I ; lid is instant and cure certain.V.. i 1 I""IK IllGHT MhDItl.MXThe : : The *>!101'.1'% 1..0. ?'1 better prp red than ever to a
; instruction IIr assembly hall shall I A. D'Aletnbme 121 South 1'.Lllf.ixtret : Two littje : : 1 1t great bargains in dumonJs.
I : 'I' Ki'ilrn s out In the sun.One
t ; ; : be provided with safe and sufficient 5ic. and : ri::ht remedy at the right time i 1 JIII IJIIII ,
( i guarantees every $1.00 gath> red nuts anJ the ottwr had jewelry, etc. Call and feee tI. ,\
h I 1 II outside metal lire escapes or ladders !: bottle and give trial bottles fre, is a friend indeed. YOU cannot be( I r..I.. .' jIf) l! V \) \ Ji.I\ \ \\.I \ )/ :j let me convince you.J. .

i i ,. of such number and located as the'' I' too careful about having the right I "Tintiiough ><>t." his constant refrain": Il :::;s"; ..;j ,;,;;;.s..;; ..;i.i: :'lV. I. STEPHENS:;
I went to Prror'lurniture house! "Sumciir la still only Just on the wane.
S!! 'i ;IIW Board of Public Safety shall dirtct.Bee. on Vet Government street and remedy oa h:ind when you need it. To know what these ;1'i. -
i I I 2. That the furnished my entire house for just ;: Itis said by 1mon of knowledge Listen: "iy chilj, while I tell you his fate: are '
' 1' .1' ; owner or owners He roua him at last but ha mused him V urging; to be. look over the J EVERYBODY LOOKS
f i ; of any building mentioned in the one-half of what: I expected to pay. i, aud goorJ judgment that most bad I j i too latJo -. V.; February Butterick lat(1:\
Ii It was a surprise to me, and I don't n rill the snow from a pitiless cloud terns received The fl
hf'althicau bid liver. HE.f l' just e
; by a THE BEST
section which :
foregoing metal
!! 1 ,
i upon know why 1 remained single : AnJ little
: so long. PAT1CURA M the .b.->t liver tonic i pv\e squirrel a spoUtrj whiteshroud. l; February patterns show ;'t\
r1 II :4 ul fire escapes are required to be erect- I We will launder which will liven up that member in I k-1; skirts with outide box 'q\i -
j'l i 1'1 !\! I ed who shall fail to provide such your spreads fox f deal ; plaits ac the back, boleroI!
and a It j ;
I j'111\ cents each and make them loot good style !give you gore CLOSING OUT. li i Here it I U. Call on Hpitz-i &
R building with metal fire escapes', like Star of plea-lire as well as satisfaction! in r: jickf-t etfects some further #!
uw. Laundry.
Creary. They are the fln-
I doing
rVjl"I : I \ within sixty days after having been -- life. Sold: by all druggists. Merriwether the Furniture man, ,fo developments in Nor- : I
\ Lr PORTLAND CE IF.XT : folkH new lot of Rus. yV. work that can be turned out and are
I' I ordered to do eo by the Board of $2 60 per barrel. A. V. CLVKKS a i at 111 South Tarrazona street, h preparing : fian f-tvies tucked Kmfl I r prepared to do any kind of a JIt}

t q, Public Safety shall upon conviction Corner Bru and Garden Streets.Eczema MEAT & MALT has a marvelous j i embark in a new business t; pines, blouf with cape-, n I Ii i They put on India rubber tires t"*

I : I. be punished by a fine not exceeding dietetic \Vhilerefreshingand I and is clo'inqout; the remainder of |//j etc. Butterick pattern fi (I I. best on the market In short untie-
-- --- ----- ----- pleasant to take it helps assimilation ai they have
\i enable t4make r1kJ a full line of rubber
: you yonr I I'
fiOOor by imprisonment not exceeding of food. Sold byDANNHEIS8ER I the bankrupt stock of furniture and tires in
own dre>s. Buttenck patft! I stock.
t I 60 days and each day's failure BROS. I household goods at astonishinglylow i| terns can be relied upon (1 II i Doe your buggy need upholstering -
-- -
1.: to provide the same shall be a dist price for up-to datenes; . (*: ? They can make it good as new.
sleet and offense. How it reddens the skin itches, ozes, If you want a nice present :o giveto J II Their price, too, are rea-onable, for
t separate dries and soalc-s! a friend go and look through the! i:[ Fashion Sheets: Free at f.I .
: 1 Gunther's ( they have
f Try Candies at j ample capitil to carry '
Bee. 3. That this ordinance shall ltllle pfople call it totter milk crust or 1
salt rbeum. elegant line of suitable articles ai I'1 Solomon's tj; JC J" J* OUt Pattern Counterf'!, a first-class carriage buildin aid
take tffect thirty days after its approval The suffering from it is sometimes! intense J. Stephens, you surely can find j ---- 1 repairing business. Don't fail ''

( and publication as required ; loial plications are reined to- something to please you. If you I call on them.Kcales .

{ t' bylaw.- they mitigate, but cutiuct Cure. want anything in the Diamond line e! : Hot French Waffles with | COE'S BOOK STORE j''I repaired.
It \,roavJj f.-i>m hu:!' ora inherited: or ar- be sure to see him before you buy.Don't Florida Cane : I !'"PITZER & ('BEARY.
t t Syrup atSolomon's. I
Passed Oct. 15th 1902. ..
1 quired and iT>ists until tbt'- : ? a ve been ----0+- *
15: Ea-t; Garden street
r.'mo\oil.Hood's. J bi 21S onn I'UiAKOX hTUKfcT. /

0\, I L Approved Oct. 17h 1902. I forget to buy the .-....: ........ "---..""-. ......... ___.:3 Phone 57.C5 -
SarsapariltapoMthely ;::::
and ordinances referred I ; You ---.a-.
Tbe law !, baby one of those nice littltRocking $ can get your house
I removes them has raUici'ly! '
,: to should be ample to protect life if anJ ptTtnantntly cured the wof casearid I ChairsIron Mar. furnished complete at MarI : A. S T O TlZ: A.. ..

I is without an equal for all cutantouserurtioni. ston Hot Chocolate with:I : 3-i.... l5 KJ YIHaIAT! l'
fteps were taken or had been taken ston Quina's.i.oOc.. ana $ on easy payments -
t S Whipped Cream at Solo,. 1r" ..
I I # ,?
; to see that the law was made eIIJc1F 1iOD5I1LL5.r L.e I.nt.1i1..rtlc. J"l<.e''cel1s.. upwards. \I weekly or monthlu mon's. I' / f



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V- / The Year Just Closed 3vo. oeoa. .lt H5.;: : ...,;
OVER 100 W. 0, O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; .t .' '.
8. J. FOSHEE,Vlce-Pre.ident; JOHN PFEIFFER, Au't CnMtf. df'"

i EWS NOTES < Will $ever Be Forgotten BALES AN HOUROver AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK t I! ; .. ''*.t*

IJy Those to WhomPaine's ;
'" -'---<: ;f '
OF ;
100 bales of cotton an hour t.I !
of Washington, !
W, L, :3ep-sens today CeleryCompound were loaded on the steamship Manchester Designated Depository of the United States. i
( I; here
pr and Statement at the close of I :
of New Rock Corporation Thursday, Condensed business Nov. 25,1902.RESOURCES. f
and wife .
Buck : .
J.e are auoug the tourist are the day proved to bave been a record LIABILITIES. .ti:isi
X. U.,
tJId rjj'1 the Merchant3' for loading steamers here. By this Loans! and Discounts................. ..... $442,92184 Capital Stock ................... ...... ,... 200000.00 ti t' .t

Gave New Life and Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured.. ...... 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .... 20,000.00 ; t !
TniH: will move about nextTttJJV Happiness.The rapid work a saving of about $800 U. S. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213,806.87Stocks Undivided Profits..... ....... .... ........ 6, 90M ; '. \,
will then let you know was made to the railroad company, securities, etc.... .. ................ 2,62500!! Rediscounts .........,.. ........,..,. 10,287.81 l
and closed baa been 4 )
year just a Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6,718,48 Circulation..... ...... .. ...... .... .... ..... 12 ,OOOOO .
trnc h THE NEWS columns just memorable one for Paine's Celery and then there were about $500 paid I. R. Stamps... ......... ....... .... ...... C582 Deposits 401,E01.36!) i

;"r: JE.-liclcies: be will have at his Compound.women weakened A multitude, nervous of men: run-and out for salaries on that day. The Cash and Exchange............ ............ 153,943.12 e- .' .

LIT aandTte : down, and suffering: the pains and employes are proud over the record .. i 'IJ
Vermont has agonies of disease, bave bad their 382.EO'y ,
hip ar- $822,382.30 '
.teln S'2) j
dis- $ ,
(burdens removed and their feet attained and intend to make a
at Delagoa Bay, f( r This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit and will .i:
IlTdiWy;; Orally planted on the solid rock of tinct record in filling the steamer. your patronage we give '
lint she cleared from Pena bealtb. your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. !' f'
11'i' eh! p .!..i

.a, Her arrival was reported year Stirring, the political colossal events efforts of of the trusts past THE "DEESTRICK SKULE"Popular 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. i

T1! ar-d J"Aiyone- .
and monopolies, the recent miners' 't'.,
Entertainment to be Given
be quite forgotten in a few weeks cr B. H. FAIRCHILD .;
tf the Board of c .
wiu at at the office! mouths. Not so with the strength Here on February 3d. 'G. W. & CO G. W. & C' .t'; "

H-ih (over Express office, on and after weakness the new life after The "Old Deestrict Sknle,"a much UPHOXaSTERER I r 11' .".. i' j'i.

tf rXondiy.:' January 19h.; hours years of suffering, the robust health talked of amateur entertainment, 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. \ : '

r. a. 1.1 to 12 in 3 p. m. top oM 1 after wasting disease: ,the permanent will be given at the opera house on (t: GREEN WATSON & CO. : I Ji 4 ; ;;
cure after the verdict of "incurable"pronounced a">et Work and Refinishing Furniture a ,
February 3d by the Young People's
I by the physician. These ---- t':1! : i.
Specialty. I __ ___ : \
rar.. r..1. Albino, who has for the glorious remembrances: and blessings Union of the Baptist church. The :----- w ww www I
I :
i PhoD.o 405.I ,
.. ar-p been connected with ;, and the happy assurance that "skule" is a three-act comedy, giv j ; I
r of the Armour I Fame's Celery Compound "makesj ing the morning, recesses, and afternoon I - I '
t branch j people well," will be indelibly graven ', 8 1} : :
p. I imp,my, tendered hi; on the mind as Ions: as life l.1-til.i I Ij session of an old field school of R. K. WHITE, Ii .. ,, :

clerk The victories of Paine's Celfry' fifty Prominent people od I',
pippin! ; to j ; years ago. Jeweler _'3 'f\U t'IiQ
r WAtchmaker, Manufacturing '
] Compound over disease in the pa-t | ; ':
i\ rr today.: I take the parts of "scholars, and i
: p"lr art supported by thousand of t i t this fact has helped to make the and Graduate Optician, I'I'I I.. 1,'
man named Goodwin was 1 te-tnnonitl letters from the best", I ( ro- I. h

., by Deputies Vaughn 'people of the land. Medical journals "Deestrick Skule" the most successful I 11 South PiUfoi; St., Pei acoU, Fla : ? tpl10E MApK i',1, ., ''!
have noted the blessed work, l! amateur entertainment ever : a '"j I IPM
;1' ion yesterday under _. -- ,:
and have --- f.
phy-icians beencompflleilto I given. A Chicago dramatic paper _-.-, 0 !
rrj uijf concealed we.\p endor-e the life-s-mng virtues of' ---- : ,.r; ,
-rung arrest. (Jjodwin parth's best medicine. It matters i say, "The 'Deestrick hkule' has created J. N. ANDREWS, /' T1T\E ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE that we have a i\; I '. (

a-. created great: di.C..ntIlQ' .- not, dear reader, how bad your: case I more fun and raised more money \, \fCj pleted arrangements by which we are mad.. ]. r' \ rJ. ,;
maybe, give Fame's Celery Compound :t for charity: than any other enter- i, < for it !t, j Agents in our city for the new "Dorothy Dodd" ; --I <, .
by firing his an honest trial, and you will' tainmeu\ known." i Headquarters I ( that i i'4 now cau-ing ?o big a sensation all over the country. /'. .; ;/' tI'
,,riininately in the town.T surely share the blessings it has betowed 'i I: I "Dorothy Dodd" i Shoes are remarkable for more than ", =
MUsS. C. Dattaile of Nashville, !
: ou other tinctive auty" and "faultless lit, -thty are built upon specification r.. : :
T m.fort prevalent beau-e: (i who has assisted with the i O
Tenn. furnished by a woman who Ins made H study of :
. i.y of fuel is sure to #end i ; play twenty times in her city, will I REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL ACENT o woman's requirements. They are a wnnnu's idea of "the "per .i' 'f't'

south this winter than : Diamond | have charge of the program here. -3 fect shoe." All the knowItdfe and facilities of this)hou-e have :
Dyesrequire WO been exerted with a view to testing the claims of the "Dorothy r" "
. '. Per.?acoU is specially The young ladies are very enthusiastic I! lt 'oiKh I'alafot Street." :1
Dodd" Shoe. We find that it not only possesses! "that somthing ;
w.I ared in tliH way of cum no skill-only care and the sim' about the success:: of the that lifts it above the commonplace," but that it is easily ;;UI'("- :

ittitn accommodate all pIe following of directions They give i' "skule" here, as many prominentIdies I INDUSTRY rior in all the points of Wllf1t, of fittiiiy ifimlitnt aid of mine, ; r'i' '.
visit this city and NOT A NEW that we give it our unqualified endorsement.", a t': *
'It'' ">*o to most valuable results. The colors ares and gentlemen have prom. 6 \ '

r j'ular Merchants Hotel i I 1 fast and do not crock. Direction book ised to take part. The "rkule" is :J Oar First Consignment ef "Dorothy Dodd" Shoes Has Been Beceued. P ;.

.; G mud a tno..t pleasant andd. I : full of fun from the time the curtain I '
T. > and 45 dyed samples free. .
|, From an article I appearing in the Your inspection will ail.ird us pleasure and you the opportunity : :) 4
..i place at which to locater "' DIAMOND DYES, Burlington, Va. rises:: on the "boys and girls" on the j uf headed to see these much-talked-of Shoes. .
morning yesterday, ( [ J
paper I"j .t
.r..a lone; or brief stay. I -.-- ----- ; bi; road to "skule" until it falls on "
i "/Spaghetti To Spare Now, it is -- --- --- - '. :: J"
I j \
"Auld Lang !;8yne. All who have 1
TO 1'1'KB .\ 'OU>>> 1ON1': I).VYai MAYOR HENRY ; made to appear that this H: an indus WE \ ,,5
4 & !
promised to assist are requested to VALE GREES, WATSOR\ CO'G. -
to this when
t.. itlve Krnmn Qjlnme Tablets I try entirely new city 1" .1.
meet In the (Sunday sthool room of at ..
: .Ht' tfj'J ou every I in fact, the manufacture of spaghettihas e6. f::.. I ..t
I IN FOR CONTEMPT I, the Baptist Tuesday night at been carried on successfully herd CO'' W. & CO" ,' ... ., .T

o'clock for the first rehearsal. All ... ,
j 18 .
OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'Sn i I for nearly two years.
who attend will of
enjoy an evening
About that time the enterprising
Mayor G. P. Henry of DeFuniak I (an. 2t I firm of Bruno & Co., composed of ola71QON01i/f00004mItNNNOf00NNQiN100/io001NN.S ::1 it it's

.' n,.'.lay. Try them. was yesterday adjudged) in contempt 'I Frank Bruno, president, and G. Mora ;
Rheumatic sufferers
find Hood'sKarsaparilla :: i
I by Judge Iteeves. in chambers court II I o, secretary and treasurer, became .'t.
.; Kilmer' a permanent cure for aware of tbe demand for this : '
and was sentenced to a fine of j
it kidneyliveri pay their inflamed and swollen joints I -ui.AT '-
.x I i class of goods, and in older that it I 0
i iIMIUJ? diifr. i $10 and co ts. The case was the I and still muscles.i I
.'f. Have i I alight be placed with consumers. '
I outgrowth of an election at DeFu- i -- fresh each 'I SU"'GGIES jo j- :
\ 6h1T: K\lAi tonight at the .\r.lII"r : day, they immediately ,, .
uiik when Henry was chosen the ordered the and latest im
)', the List and drClding garni' olMIIPMTIPI I necessary b I j.. ,
town's chief executive by a big maprity. liftwren,>l.i. ("Ucsiuil machinery for its mauufacproved I ,.
WHHhH.U SE1H I I .-. THE.... .
!' and skew I/In Culiatt: InBitlutp ture '1 he plant was installed at 111
j The town was said to have ,
at H.:5 p. in.PENSACOLA I :ftuutli: DeVillitrs street on property'
OUT OF TOWN been incorporated by a previousvote -- -- -- owned by )lr. Bruno, and each day I BEERS! CARRIAGE REPOSITORY I ;, :

-- ;, but quo warranto proceedingsheld : BOYS I since they have bee turning out GtAI II i ij .

before Judge J. C. A very diilperoel1 i pounds of the various kinds of goods .

'I \+ : !i.1.I 11.. ";\1 i.i'f. imn m tlKir hue, this being as large an
this decision tliat! : I have!
theory by a TOOK FIRST GAME accepted a position as general manager of the extensive ,
w : ': .- I'r.t\. at and output us that ot any factory in the business of Wm. Johnson <"fc :SHI; and :MUST close! out my entire
the town was not incorporated
\ '. r, city,clalms to the contrary notwith : : ptook Vehicles( before-Februarv 1. If you want a Bug y, thn istheOiPOUrrMl'VOFA 9 '.
\ .
: \ .1 (ili\- and I
tVrefuie the olllce of mayor did not LIFETIME to buv one at your own .

w I L-; wriy to tlii-. city, exi-t. Henry refused to vacate, I The basket ball game at the ar- standing.This enterprise was commenced in :' o: the price.choicest 1 have bargains.very line assortment, and the first com( rs! will get 9 I

w .t I t" the City limits however, and this refu-ul constituted I mory last night was seen by a small: t a mode way and without blare of : 1 Respectfully, IUN: 1). i5iiij: .:. 9.

'.' i 1.1 .1 mo .uted l policeman, an act of contempt. I crowd and the Petisaeola team won j trumpets, but the products were so ,. .. 5

: i' ,'" NCi'! lutruttioiiiJ : by a !safe' score. The game will be I excellently manufactured, the ingredients I II I ....-......-..-.a&.-..-...-/.-...-..-.......-...-......- ..m.-.......1NA IOIf1/0

., ,, ..... I! I I so pure and the demand so 'I

.! THE ASSEMBLYNEXT repeated to night, and it is urged '!great that the company was com- : __'."._.__.'___ _'..'_." '__ .4.__ __.';.'__ .'_. __....._.. ... __ __...__ __/ < ,'
', -. ----- :? .a a.d i _. -
\\ iTa Cjtc! '\!lie cro- that friends of the city team be pre- 1 ij1 :: : S/ W --
yelled to enlarge their field of operations l
:.. !I... -uin"whntliekiuir MONTH :, ent in full force and encourage them II and are now manufacturing:

specially ou matt -- : in this, the decisive game. The armory I j I daily and
"" '.' He > I VS. i I has been ;secured; by Prof. !1'uglianu, :Spaghetti, hpaghettiui,

-' Inu--Il\'ali"n: Army The Florida: Chautauqua will have : Armstrong; for the t' i Zito, Mtzzauo: 1'dreintello, Ditale, 11 W" *

a f !1.1-4 own, to b.C1lU- the mot attractive lot of induce- Weather tonight promises to be I Cauuaroui, :btellma: and Lusagni. ; ...AT... %ill<

,. ment3 at the coming season, and j I more pleasant: that of last night. I The machinery and all details, are
: rites:: of the Catholic in the hands of an of : :
: expert many
; ,- a hami-ome l.ue. j from an advance program are noted The Sei-ret of I..,ng Life bears experience in the bu-iue-s I} JUilliain I I0it0ou! !t. & Son. |I
lines; of distingui-heJ orators. Consists in keeping all the main and who has made this a life stuJy.i' j] ,

Among them may be mentioned : organs of the body in healths're- 1'iiB factory is kept scrupulously:: I I II
i ular action, and in quickly de-troy- 'I II
lion.V, tI. Governor of I clean and every ingredient that
A PIOREF.RiRGHANT Jennings : lug deadly disease gerrrs. Electric I I II N 1t
Liver and I goes to make a part of too uianuucj j i iM
Florida.Mi i Hitters regulate Htomach( .., .
Kidneys, purify the blood and jive j I turtd: article is thoroughly iti-pect- : ',;: FOR TEN DAYS: .

>. John A. Logan: of Wa-lmiK- I a splendid appetite. They work td and known to be pure before being M, i-

ton, D. C. : wonders Fenule in curing Kidney Nervous Troubles Dis- u-ed. It keeps well under all: I II .<:.v .oC, .'IC WILL CONTINUE TO DISPOSE OF .< k< <* ,
: Complaints
Mrs. Clara! Barton, founder of the ei-e-, Constipation, Dyspep-ia, and I conditions and i* u-ed largely in the m: El( )
c, 'I. ', J'-, "..e aid' \ Diabetes lied Crotociety.. Malirii. Vigorous follow heilth their and city and by vessel laying in their. !!! WINTER UNDERWEAR, CLOAKS, SUITS AND SKIRTS, !I.,

: 1 "- | { ll< v. A. W. Limos, who delivers .1 strength! oij.( always, guaranteed by W.u-e.A. supplies for long; voyages, as: its ex-
'lid.CUI":1blc.. Only, celleLt have been ($!)J t|I
'''aJdre?;* Veterans' Diy. D'Alernbprte, druggist, 121 !'\ mli ; 1.
I Palafox street.: I tested by vei i 'tis- which have been 'K'
Dr. 1). Aunwcrth, deputy ;state; : ii u - '
here before amid which do not con- (:) (:,

,[.sown. fknwr "r1)1.'' : superintendent of public instruction I I The finest line of sterling silver rider their stores complete withouta ::;. Prices Will Be Made That You Cannot Resist ,fe: : Ii'! : atJ
"' one uf flu fuum': oodand silver novelties is to be I .
". .. .'i I lot New York. large supply! of Bruno & Co.'s i ,"
.i tr Cumpanyietcro (;j (IJ'q)
Wand I. Prices
1 : Dr. H. A. (.)bin, president of Du : at J. Stephens' to I pa hetti. Over three huadred ; 1:1 i i0
i ;
ivtor to j ou as omI 'P.1UU ,, ?lea-A all. i, boxes have been old recently toiships I "jj; fjri Skirts at Oat-Third OI! Ilegul.r Price 1 i1' '1.IS 1. :.
Uio I-'ulton Cum' Univer-ity. : ( ( ,
) and the demand exceeded the : I'
1 IjJ''' \
: Jichets for Indies and Children, !y Olf Regular Price. :
'i i U' knowu. I butt Rev.}fn. Snrmney, chancellor of : 'WHY NOT THE BEST ?J i supply. It is the intention of the ";) IoU Pair Lidies'Soring Heel Shoes at.. .. .. ..; pair .*;

.' mss'tf. the t:nithwe-tpru University of 1 company, in a. short. time, to enlarge i'; f-3 100 Pair Lidies' Ht'fh.dHholl'.It.. Tip at. . .... ..7c! pair Ej[:j

uui nee tlicm I Iciark-ville: Tenn. i i their: plant iu order to supply: their': : 100 Pair Childr n'.. Bhoe, at tJc. worth regular foe; and * -iv ,

..i'' a heli"\eiasily.1U:Ling! 1'1X'1'le YotIn) ': Dr. D. H. Mann P. R. W. Good THE>> f E G NBTRANSFER>> i increased order dl _... .._, t H1'' ,'fpj5 r .

'j j Templars of the World. I I Bruno & Co., by their fair and --ii.. .t.Sal? .!Vr W? .;.W- .-.fS---'.!. --<*.f-j.,;'._*.Zp.V..>;!/W'r-';'!,.;" SJjli

"- .1 1 ignosed y.ur case as'mvs I 1, courteous treatment of customers : __ n
Hon. Wallace Bruce, president, of CO.i and the undoubted merit of their
,, .., I 'I'Ii '
I weir al a 5 f tea '
.t. h nd under sty bask t(" the Cnautauqna.Mr ,i j products, have: firmly installed D. HALE WILSON, .
n1, Homer A.Nelson,the World's I i Having been awarded the contract themselves:: in the confidence of the I
s' '.".\ iu\-bo it>ian must to improi ban bit eTu I delegate; r 11)03) to the W. C. T. U. j i for carrying the! U. :S.: Mail between I trade, and any new enterprise that "
the L. & N. Depot and Post Ollice, I ,
,'"',. you w. ro fully l't.t.I't'dl t I The list of readers and impersonators and also the exclusive baggage privilege -j! may be established will have no Real Estate and Rental Agent

.', ">'V \nu Told et"nut it! and the mu-ical part of the program on all trains enteritis the city, i feet on them. d-I ,

: ,-, j". a.tricnil u: nun ID thCiwu' is especially strong.'DAUGHTERSlF we are prepared: to tran-f bsgage I The firm will doubtless receive it: .'- south I'nlafov Street,
w& IIrllIt' VI'iC..e and pas-ens'is to and from all hotels .
the future as it has in the p' residences and train, day or I I TELEPHONE NO. 234 PENSACOLA, FLORiD.
< .,'n..w'indvr.Fnwma .. night.Promiit&EElialileSeryicsGiiaraileei, full confidence of the public, as it
\ ropy,unl 1 sent her tin 1
.' >' ''''1111.1, the htCOUd dozes t deserves.
: :' now rf the curabillti I EXPOSURB to a sudden climatic I
,. We also conduct a Freight Deliv-
lJlIht'tt'' .1 cold in the head Ha returned and re=umed practice.
change produces
,, .
>e who 'll take hey Busioe5haul pianos safe.' e
.eLt length or 11.10. ': The Daughters; rf the Confederacy I ery machinery and furniture at Reason. : and catarrh is apt to follow. Provid- Oree11! WestGovernment: ,
., I ed with Ely's: Cream Balm you are
will hold a reception at the residence able Price
..... that nrcMs D'C.a.. 'armed, against Nasal Catarrh. Price HulUbury Ruildln;.
... ;! of Mr*. John A. :Merntt 619 North I Telephone your orders to F R : .
J.d! but 87 ptT net aP.1. '( : 50( cent at Druggists rElr Brother,
., .'" iltr., l.hlner the completekt I'ora;: J.l}lea street, :Monday Jan. 19th! P.Mr'u's*. H.Livery H. Hallmnk'f tit able. Phone, He 31, or, 56 Warren: Street, New Y.>ik\:, will inti5tic photogr aph8'' Tclcpl ono: 4a. f

r '! >.'Ion'r""I !.\UI'" from h to 10 p. m. I email: it. The Balm. cures without I .
11I''a. and !1 ;.. fi>,r Me- Phone 354.MERCHANTS. ', pain does not irritate or cauejsneezing. j u.S.! l".tlafuStrf'f.t.: Why pry fancy prices for farni- i .
:F.n.1'ho.J I'r,witn tatae. ,Co..... N I : TRANSFER CO., : It spread. itself over an tare and hone furofh'i goods 1Tarragona I '
L .'- nude fur yateutaJa mortal Aocfaiin and families are. ':.irritated and angry sarfiie: relJ..v'l Hot French Waffles with when Mfrrmcther at ii; South .
trlt. cnrdi.llyinvited attend. Very rtspectfulry MRS. H. H. HALLMARK, Prop. ing immejiately the painful j

\ S .1II BIW ., MKS. J. C. PEBLEY.I :1 HARRY HALLMARK: Transfer Agt.., I minion, cleanses and cure Cream]i I Florida Cano Syrup atSolomon" ] street, will sell you what ,
:- .. I i ". I Balm quickly cures the cold.( I I you want at your own price.
s for P"n..coh. Set U. D. C j L.4N.K. R.(0",p acd P.4: A DI\ i !


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.i' CUBA WANT PAY ; Young Milwaukee Society Woman.

;! thousand cured The woman who has suf-

!2 01IS : have written erect from female weakness

: ? ; : Are Eaginiiing to Ilire&teaGoverjirasnt. I_ ] tell Low Wine of k should do anyimnj; w-:.:n

wj : Cardui bestows the reason: to secure h. a
Messing! of health! on evervwoman + Wine of Cardui i u tI!:-1.\ .|.

who takes it, rich .. cine that appeals! t-n..a.- ,i :land -
poor alike. Mrs. ble omen-wo n )
INCENDIARY MANIFESTO ISSUED.'I Helena Blaa, Xo. 123 Seventh told operations At..! cutti!. ,

I Street, Milwaukee, in horror-women wl .tniv

It is Addressed to the Country and I Wis., is one of the young that Nature is the l.- t ft! 7-
;4 .' / a women whom Wine of Car- ? sician. Wine cf Cudaf

I II Powers and Is Regarded as a Direct I dui has rescued from a Ue J/w.Helena nr..... rives women lack Ikea

: fi l Threat to: Revclt-Generals Behind of suffering. She writes: health ly giving Nature a
chance to bund the waited .
"Wine of Cardui is certainly 'worn up aid d:*
Movement i eased tissue.Vire if Cardai rejulatcj:
III out women's best friend and I am f teased the menstrual flow and Nature *i lento

1 L \1\ + c New York, Jan. 1C.-Former members : give my experience with it. A few relieved of the drains or of the poison "

of tie Cuban army are becoming I months ago I caught a severe cold, having in the system, makes the functional::
Havana: dispatch. to : organs strong and healthy aaraln.
restless, says a been out in inclement weather,whkh
4 The Tribune, in fact taey are beginning Anuntol y woman who is silently guffrrlr*
settled all in the
& 1 threaten the thatif over me, particularly d pains because sheisteosenjute
t to governmEnt
abdomen. I was in almost constant pain. to undergo a physician's eiammatnn
March will act.
not paid: by they
I consulted a physician and took his and treatment can find no excuse Lr
A general of the insurgent army has: not securing relitf when Wine of Carrelief.

medicine for a mont and without
err ? handed to the correspondent a print- any dui is offered to her. There is no r..fe
lw r I then decided I would try your to deter her. Sle
ed inacUcsto which is most incendiaryin licity can take: \\ the

;1T41: Il rf yl t tone. It is addressed to the coun- medicine and it was a lucky day for me cf Cardui in the privacy of h.'r 1:: JIIt>,

and to the Among other then I did so. I noticed a change in a with as much assurance d a final c'ire
try powers. .
as though a dozen! doctors reco-. .,. -, ,1
things it : few days and felt encouraged to continue
it. do
i Many physicians recj lld
"The obligation, cf the government taking Vine of Cardui, and my patiencewas Wine of Cardui to their pati-'n-. .

I meat to pay the army is a sacred one. rewarded,for in\\'ceksmypalns Why not get a 61.00 Lottie ofVite

The liberated troors have waited pa- I had left me and I felt like a new woman." of Cardui from your druggist t.. i\ ?
c ,- .,11M1 't: ,'vLty but everj thing has. a limit. The ,

a;, 'r !.rating:! army will not wait latrr r. T11 A. million sufferr! ". -II

tVaa March for the compensation for WINE 01 CAR V D. have found n fin
Wine of Car.
cte work of the soldiers. We will l not be '"

further i/ut off by the pretext that'

A revision! of army lists necessitates delay -

nor will: we accept any other! de ,

S i lay. The liberating! army is disposedto .WILL MOVER'S.
l I call the attention of Europe parifiraily i .
,4 :There! ? was: a hurry call for the tlrlllrlla:.(r of the City lio"p.tal.! In the course of a few moments avery I but ene etically to the fact that'

> a I si-k winua '.\.H drought;' ii on a stretcher -she was pale :death; and evidently stilL-rins keen agony. we do not care to create interior distuilancrs -

1 ( There was a hasty examination an-l ennsultatirm, and in less: than quarter of an hoof the ]"A>r creature was if no longer time is asked I: WEST SIDE GROCERY

ou the OJKnuin'; table to undergo, an lIIM'I 1tin for nvaiitis.lie .
e above i is an aminite account of an incident which occured in Xew York recently: the young : to pay us than 1l! arch; but if/lie con ,

); woman in question lad warningenough. of her) dangerous condition in the terrible pains and burning I trary, the army will reunite and occupy HAS JUST: RKCKIVEJ: A FRESH LOT tI'PPLY OFFish

e sensation l low down in )her left side..vhe: had no one to advise her and 'she buffered torture until it every town from Point Maisi tc I

was too late for anything to sale her life. Cape San Anto-io, pacifically." 'I Roe, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, Barrel Olives,
This circular is regarded as a direct
Women should remember that if they do not care to tell a doctor their I' threat to revolt although officials 'I Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and E'eQ'-

troubles, they should be willing to tell them to a woman, who stands ever express doubts of such a proba thing Kept in a First-Class Grocery,

r '' state that Mrs. Pinkham's advice is j biiity. It is known, however, that I
to advise and them.
t' ready help Again we I several prominent generals are behind I FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR SPECIAL OCC.hlOX.

1 freely and confidentially given to one who asks for it. Address, Lynn lass

t 4 t The following letters prove every beyond question that Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable the hardly necessary Such, though measures, as will the A Car I L gfl of th, Justly' Celeb! Ml Mystic Fknr Just BCC iied

; Compound has the power to cure, and does cure thousands of cases government will pay the army immediately -

of inflammation of the ovaries, womb, and all other derangements of the i I of $35,000,000 on the, which negotiation will be of the made loan in J. A VAN PELT. J C. VAN PFLT.

I female organism. I April. VAN PELT BROTHERS


1)HAU Mr.s. 1'IX&Unl-1 cannot thank you enough; for .'hat"olr" VojretaKe:;: I HAWAIIANS MAKE PSOTEST.Esiablishmrnt i I II I II

't ryrs Corn pi)':n have lied. ; : cf National Leper Settlement '

I 1 "I will tell you how I sufTonvl. I could hardly walk, was unable to sleep or eat. : Resulted. if ave U'ct nd! Sinethe Hi.lidjys a Fresh Line of

M T'ntruat.n: was"irregular. At last I had to stay in my Led and flowed so badly that Honolulu. Jan. 16.-(By I'a-jfic Cable -
they sent for a dot-tor, who said I had in'Jainmatiou of the ovaries, and must go
; )-There I is much Indiana.on; and. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
'34'4 i ) through, an operat'on. as no medicine could help me, but I could not do that. ,
It ,7 ya'l; "I received a little look of yours, and after r"aJingit I comluded to try Ljdia E. many protests hue over the report of I

I'} 1 : 'Lk!iim'. Vesetslilf Coii ound, and I am now a well woman 1 shall praise I the senate commission: whuh was Fruits, Nuts, and all the Dclicacadcs of the Season.
mvsiiciao ns lung a, I lire, an
i was." Mi:*. MINNIE! UTTOMJX, litho, Iowa. (June 'J, lod.) I i That portion lecommending the establishment Our; Good- arc Arriving I) uly and: you can Alway R ly on Getting ti.!

f1 t5 a Flllloitho record of tin inodk-ino, and rememt er that these thou.and'? of I or a national I leper: sUtK I Best, Freshest and Cheapest.

X/A ('U1"'"' of trotnnthose letters arts constantly printed !in! this p I.T were I If'4 I ment at Mnlokai! anJ the statement

a else! but by Ljtliii K. IMiikham'.sVi'setaMe : that there are many lepers; In the islands
i > not broi'tfit! aUmt by -Munethinsj VAN PELT BROTHERS
Compound, the great "Woman's Remedy for \\omans Ilk outside the settlement, is especially ,

:rv(;,zrlf Tho.-e: woniciilin n-fiu-e to accept anything else are rewarded a resented.
TELEPHONE NO. 231. .*> .o&.oC 31 EAST GARDEN ST.
t what want a cure. Jloral: The resignation of Attorney General
j:4 : hundred t thousand tinu's for they pot they
-B- know is IJest. Write to 3Irs. llnkhaui for adnce.I E. P. Dole is rccopted Dole will
t T -- Suck to the medicine that you
1g ;
go to Washington to argue before the
i. 1NTLA.M3IATION' OF Till OVAUIKS CUKIH) AVITIIOUT TilE IXII'E."llt1 : supereme court the Oakai Mankichi

't r i ; MRPINKIUV : I ni .'i to express' my gratitude for the restored health and happiness Lydia L.ikham's case which grew oat of the transition i i[

i :' Vein-table ('< ;iii>oiind has bru i:lit into tny life. what thetroulte period and involves the applicationof : I The Star Laundry
the time of menstruation, and dU not know ,
with terrible pains at .
fen; "I had sa.Tered: for Hint- years the United Sstates constitution ;
l11 was: until fie it.Klnf rpm.iuncrd it inll.immution of the ovaries, and propoM-d an orRTation. to
: .. I kit "-I, w"ak anal hit-I. th :t 1 fet sure could not survive the ordeal, and !'o" I told hun that 1 \\01:1 not H.iA-aU after the passage of the resolution : Biggest Busiest Best !

S 4 tuderg: it. the full"\'I'in week I read an aI\'t'rti..t'II1\'ut in the pap'r uC your Cer,table! l"lIIpo :n.t inoll.h an I or zrcxtcr. ,
I after Ctkin two bottles I -- -- -
r ":u.'ran 1 !'oI' I dtCtrk+l to try it. Great was. Il'Y joy; t.) find that I \l'tllal1 improved !; II --
+#i Iri M :.0 I j".;'t', it f.,r tl II weeks. and at the end of that time I wa; cur..l. I go.un,1 ul.t..u; pounds: I

'; Hiiiu W,;,, in 'Xt''llt'nt Ill.ithh, nii,4 art flUY"'I "'- Forty Years' T"rlllff. I
\ -in-ly ilevrvigr. at MI.WSS. and you have my very be't; wishes.-MIM* -- I.ULFso forth i To bn relieved from torturing dis- II I 4dliS ::::: They[ Speak

tfoii I Eoulevai*. .\' !ianta, (!.1., Tre-uurer M. Francis IKnevoletit A.'oeiation. p a-je after forty years' torture might/ I,

# i 11ttteraai.IImatfFH..f! alnretptimnnlal., whle will pros
S50QO.OO FORFEIT if =ervu ntfortLthdicetLaoriin. : : Lha 1-- lIII.baw'lue ('o.. L)UO. )1"8110 ; well cau-e the gratitude of anyone II
isY lI.1ur ab"r.uieeut.inen"aa i"a ,
1 That U what DsWitt's Witch Haze) I I !
--- -- 1 : &
-- - --- ---- ---I IAN salve did for C. Haney. Genova.'O.Ha .

\.' PIcniro. ft 'FACTCRV BURNED SjJney mrir AVit.As says : "DeWitt' Witch Hazel
Lord liiousharn: one day rode by let tht-S') ''irt-, C ill/ a-
e tl "I Far. UuJ.,1'..1'I hi>>|"M-ri-il Fitzgorgeou -- ; :S.ilve cured the of pile after I hadufTefed

"\\:IS -!t r 1k51.1'd: to learn Fire Loss cf $101.C'0' In Chicago: -Pan. In his c.irriace. on the panel of which forty yeiiv.: Cures cut, and C'ufN we L-muli-r, ";)' .Xfnr
1 was a large 15. Sydney :Smith: f is said: to .. will t dC: longer
that I had e..linJ lurV"Vs. them d ve. TIIl-Y
Uxjii| ic In Hctel.C'lnraeo. burn3, wound, kia dil.p' Beware -
1 "\ iu.ltfd she was" repliinl I'oldiy. : : Jnn. 1C.-Fire which broka hate: reiu.irfccd, "There goes a carriage" of coittiterfeits. Har; i i-' Phar I, fit than. we C.1n.'j> wair! : to tc ;al
+ i "When maker toll! her that' you had out at an early! hour toJiy: destroyed I with a 15 outside and a wasp within: macyJohnSheppard. Sidney Kuhn 5)j j _l__._ \re by the work wiU t''.1n by

? called v. bile Mi' wa- out, she said f
a large; rnanufarturir.! !; block at Ca- i "y What we say.
lie Ought to know
Thank hea\eiiT" nal ar.J Madison streets, causing a Giles!\ -Tin rc is a fortune in grain i- jtndntj's; lire Sor or.,

t} 41 I:ten ('huger.I loss estimated at U IUOWii. and causeda speculation.MiosIIow! I_ I: ALL WORK c. o. D. Gads Called for ail Djlir trU Free
panic among the of the
do know?
,4 by1 ('.Thought jon well suit);; to marry jon OPERA HOUSE
Grand hotel !
adjoining. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
t'4 afh MJ.SS K.? (lili's-ISeeausp: I put one there.-Cnlea -
For a time it was feared the hotel o\rws.: ,
would he
destroyed and many of the 'O\E ,
cba\riiecs: are: about e\en.
inmates fled in scant attire into the ,
:I r C.-How M), di-ah boy? Foils a Deadly Attack. JAN. 21 I I4NEW
street Among the heaviest losers :J)\I:S\,
<].-:-:he uiuvt s\y'either "jus" or
"Mv wife was ao ill that rood
the Sinmnds
are Manufacturing com
"ut). physicians were unable to help her," TIME TABLE.
parry F. F. fiumi: & Co.. Eureka Manufac .
if -- --- -
writes M. M. Austin, of Winchester, : ELECANT-i* I IGOIlTON'S
1 )I Raring For III. fee. 'luring company and the Western Ind.. "but wn complet.cured] by LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD

'6 iI! Fogg-11: 'here are you hurrying to at Brass works. Dr. King's New Life Pill." They !

1 3. that ruts tI'lt'l..r? Most of the concerns. occupying the work wonder in stomach and !liver : mNS, HKLS IN EKKKCT DECEMBER 1. liWl

I r Nr' I>r. 1'nI'r1'11I\ enlliHl t'} \iit a patient : builJing were engaged in thA machinery trouiilroi Unr9 ?onJtipation. sick
r head che. 253 at W. A. D'Alem- New Orleans and Mobile.
I '. in the 101:1;:('!!. I'm afraid he : business. l I : .
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berte's drug store, 12-1.:5. Palafox lEXTRAORDINARY
t 1 I. will die I'fol'e I can jet to hiiu.-IJos- COMPANY.
r % lr Shoe Cutters' Strike. street I, I ..o. .o,.. i '\0.2. i! No.8. No.L I NOL
w'' touTruLKriptben: I 7:15 a 1:1:1: m I 11L tt) p f,eye .... I'pnup-ola Arrive 5:1s1 a'' 1:+r1 p I U.OO ,
I. 'lm. Mass.: Jan 16.-Shoe cuttersto I __. Jo' ..... L.. ::
Q3f3'rCRIA.aearRo 8:50 a t::7 p IO a Leave ave Ys5 a !::IO p i 71'
the number of ::hl employed in ninetactories Everything Entirely New and Up- : 11:411I. c::!:! P 200. i Leave._ Mobile ....._ x..a"e UMlo't, 11.15 D 6t pM
\\ a m.tu'I particularly youth ylha Kind You Halt Always 3ct2tfElgn&ttn to-Date: this He -on. ... : lip I 7:111: ) a LeaveNewrleane.1A'ave. _. : ":o.p 7: ':.
\ hETPH.nt strike I ====:
on -
today.Upwards -
f j') ful. III' fhws it I I.y going; out and t.rt'lk'j I a: #4-fP.. _'
$ in? into ,some boys game.-.\ I of 3.
: Globe.F : involved, anl unless! the places of -- PARADE ON EARFH. :
F ... those who have stopped work are filled C'ICKWNKITHEK NO-1.'lCl'f04. i i No. 7. I SI), .. So. I So. 1.
F U..du.d.m..n. I ll'J.i pm' 12:15 p m Leave ..._ PonveolaArrive cOO pm 61.' 1 Inam
"Old is a mighty clever fel I. promptIy, a complete shut down of ...... ....,-- ............. -- - Heats: on Hale at Coe's okstore. : ; 8:57p m \loDtOm..ryI..n! 1I:15am U;) plB1I:5U.m
,! the factories is threatened. The 1Il'llpm' rrl"tIHlrmloKbamL"lne 8.33am ttdpm
4; ." strike the captain owners Arrl"lI .lb"llIe _LlIoO"e ..._.._
: 8:111.
f 55 7'J) p m In
; low.1 low is that;" was ordered by the Knights of Labor Nor nor bark con Dovre illn"8 will of the be PRICES-25, 50, The annd $1 00. aaam .:lia m Arnve..I.outvtlle.I.eave .:15 p m 5:4Sam

+ -'''by, Just before the assessor, gets following the presentation of a new responsible for debts contracted i _T'l 7fJam.. a m_. llSaam I::.,lpm Arrye Arrl\8.ClnclnnaUL'a"e, _.:!+.!: Louis _J...ave 8trJpm.:IJip m 1I:1": lIplll plll _
of said TCPFPI. -
to hilt be always manages: to have alt I rr-w! list by the Cutters' union. It is by the crew u. LAKSEX, ....MONDAY NIGHT, JAN. 26....

t.r i elf of stuff, primed to the effect that he I averred that the action violates a contract I W.B. Keyer: to. Captain PEN jACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
q1i ;
j Las been giving several luiHKms ton between the manufacturers and Consignee. lrtju -
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-- CREATORS No. 71-Daily No. S-VaIJ1'I No stop where time not .bOWD No. 2-Va1l1 lRo. n-W'1
1 i charitable and institutions.That the Hoot and Shoe Workers' union. fR the caplftla. owner : !

makes his as,>e>Miu'iit schedule aNEI1'H !l {nePi of the Nor 1IM P m 1:00 a m 'Leave.-,. l'ena&Col.Arrlvt 10:50 pm 4.81 p m
River Thames Frozen Over. will be responsible I::I" nIght 7:11": H._ Bohemla._ 10:31" ':foll"
t I ; hk more plausible-C'hieago TosLAn 1 bl* contracted by tile I II 12O": Tae H ._. YDlestr._ ? 10S. N 8:01
London Jan. 16.-For the first timein of said Testel. IS COMING
1 1 crew I::tI" 7:111" _Elcambla.._ II 1oas AM'
many years the Thames is frozen S K.SORENSE.V.: I 12:115" 7: \nl.t H 101 H 6:45
Equine Curfo.lty.The W. S. Keyter A Co Captain. DIRECT FROM I 1t\1j: H 1I::!! N Harp II 10:21 N 6.tIJ
anatomical iuu-oum of the Military o\r. At llarlow, the ice is nearlyan Consignees. l.Jlt ItM": 7:115" .H. _U..ltllty_ II 10:16" 1111 / "
institute of Vienna inch thick. Drift ice has formedin ---- :&! "' 7W H ___ Milton.-_ II 10:10 H 6:31"
71 veterinary BROADWAYwhere j 1:00 am..... II _Uood RanlO...,, II N t.M :
contains the skeleton of a bursa which solid packs on the river at Windsor CHOICESTOF IM" 8:16" __ Hqfts._ __ ';115" c.!!!
Richmond. he set Xew York lo ic-'lad.1 __ tllllll.n __ 1/:0 II c.lI ",
lived fortyfiveears.. It longed to a art Intensely cold weather Z-o" 8SJ :
I ._ /u.
pt'n.iou'llwljor who Kmclit:; it in 1S:2:: prevails, which has largely tncreas- I was the talk of the town and a '2:83":00" 8.M 818 _._..D E'er! Land __ N 856 11:1. H ts.L75 .
craze all summer, and the H 1/:10 MO.IY head._ e:1o H ':18
when it was the years old and used itt el the number of the unemplojed.
sensation of Boston for a .;08" 11:115 .Del"Qolak Hpr1l1l1. 8:18" !:d
la several campaigns.: Until two years An Arniy of flrljfi. AND CONFECTIONER series of Concert" at cI<4" 11:<< __ Argyle II 1:.. .. !:a1 ::
i l before its death it could still trot with M. Paul du Chaillu, the African explorer : Symphony: Hall 0:00';60'H 1010 EST '' "" __ _Ponce_We.tyltle-de Lt'oIL.-_ '" 7:17 111"to !I'J6.:;I.

a bug-gy. during the course cf a lecture and his 6OJ H 10:16 u C.r1vllle_ .", 7:11 H I:" r
.Y -AT- lUllS" 10:30 _BonUay_ 8M to 1:1;
St. related that
given at Petersburg ':31" 11'' '
41.0 H IOc7" _. ChlplP1 __
jh i. AY rone "'0. Rlcht. during: his sojourn in west Africa he APOSTLE'S : Italian Band 6:5u II III1f H _.._CottoDd.le_ ':II! to 1L'I, eC'"
Brown is enjoying 7:00 H 1I::!$ H N _Marla"Da 8to": I : '
1 Uis-Ym: ay had received U2t>\) offers cf marriage; ., 6:3'1" 11.45 I.III
very poor health. Don't you know that One black king offered him 703 brides U 1 East Gmrarai St. THE SENSATION OF THE CENTURY 1:60 1JIO"H 1I.C4"1Iw7 .Grand Cypress Ridge_ 6:2:1: to II;:!! r
to .. 6I: to II :!iJ .
i U Incorrect? In a single day. He had explained thatIf 1:td 1O.'i noon" Hnudl' 6:10 H Ii :::11
8U" UU ArrlveRly.
& s-Net in this case. Brown Is he married one the other 7o2: would' Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stau. PRICES-SOe, 75o and $1.00. -

> > ever happy ujless he has something be jealous. The king quite agreed with I '-- ---
1, One: carload of Pineapples 11.7! Seats on Sale at Coe's Book Store, '
F tu complain about-New York Tcle- him and Invited him to marry all of to {2.00 per dozen. Commencing Jan. I I lOc. week.
ram. I them. I 1 I day, 20. I Subscribe for The Daily News. per

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Investigation by Grand Jury Still Pro- New York Dealers Have To Independent l
Best for medicinal uses eteds-Many Witnesses Called. at $10.50. The growth of The Mutual That Made u Sri i; _i.

Chicago Jan. 16.-The grand jury Investigation New York. Jan. 16.-Xot a pound of Life Insurance Company of Gt l '.

into the cause of the fuel railroad coal could be had New York
In the city is one hundred

that should have whiskey the shortage proceeded! today, notwithstanding yesterday Thirty thousand tons arrived times greater than that of the DAU1SR! TM3 U 'tt"18
Tod tATsidan! wm tell you you always some Rood the agreement on the part of but it was all high-priced In- \ .
Fur accidents, fainting spells exhaustion and other emergency cases It relieves the Illinois United States.The .
ro .,es. But you must have good whiskey pore whiskey for poor whiskey,adulterated association dependent coal, which sold at 110.50
191:?;; oM do decided harm. HAYNEK WHISKEY is jw what yon need for it goes to arbitrate its differences with F. O. B.. which meant 50 additionalcost : potation: cf the United States in 1850 .u II y' ) {
fiJtfWmourowndi.tilleryioyou.withsll, its original strength, richness and flavor the coal men and coal deafen. for each }
djtfrom STATES REGISTEREDDISTILLER'S GUARANTEE Ot FCB- ton before it could be t- .
y and:. a AGE rSITED and saving! the dealers'enormous profits. We have over s Quarter of sP > Witnesses from a. number of suburbs brought to this side! of the river. 23,191,876The VICTORIA !
customers! exclusively. family trade who know it is best for medicinal appeared before the Inquisitors. These There was
des: prefer it. for other uses. That's why YOU should try U. Your money back U were for the most part small tallera, none of great the I dealers indignation could obtain because population of the United StaIn in 1900 war MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. f, .' : ;'

,,,, e not ..tisfied.Direct I who told of the trouble experienced by the $5 railroad coal. The sales 76,303,387Assets BESf 1O-CBNT BOTTLE BEEH t f'J:: [

those who have to depend upon the agents of the railroad companies were IN TOWN.DA.NNHEISSER. i _
from our distillery to YOU output of mines not under contract of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of ; tt1 1o
i asked where the $5 coal was, who got l'Ie" 1850 when 7 years old, wa BROS. .-a ) s 1 t / t"'
I or upon "free coal. it or if any of It could be obtained. it .r .
Sass DsaI rs' Profits I Promts' AdtHtratto I The free coal mined in Illinois being They gave evaslve'answers. The dealers $1,278,388 AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED ..tll : ; f i

SO( or 40 per cent of the entire output, were therefore compelled to : '
buy )
I and it being admitted by operatorsthat the Independent coal at $10.50 or go Assets of The hew Mutual t.ife Insurance Company ., W. laver WhiskEY.! ft t. ttiJl
WHISKEY little profit was made on them. without it.No. January I. 1902 ftir! jf", :. lI" ;if.r-

MAYNER M It was deolared the burden of profit- $352,838,971The I': .k

making falls heavily oa dealers who Tidings of St Louis. Main Home-Wl 8. Palafox street. I"'f lf" {:'

SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE I i are compelled to handle the free coal. New York Jan. 16.-Up to 9 o'clock largest, strongest Life R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot. : 6 J*S( :'f
PURE One of 2
the first witnesses to appear this morning no news of the overdue Insurance Co. in the world. P. 0. Boi SSI. Pensacola; Fla. ... ..1. .
was J. M. Glenn, secretary of the Illinois American liner St. Louis had been l :q

FULL $O-20 EXPRESS Manufacturers' association, who received Vice President Wright of THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Phones 116268MlDWIr'EKY' '. '::!

4 failed to respond to a telephone sum the American Line, later said: "We COMPANY OF NEW YORK p! (* :.'
O mons yesterday, and wbo was broughtIn have ..
QUARTS PREPAID nothing to add to the statement RICHARD A. McCiKLV: President I '
on a forthwith subpoena. SV
Other given! out last night, except that up < St
witnesses were C. A. Starne of Springfield to the. present we are absolutely with CECII, WILLCOX Manager The &ndullrned) takesthi method : 1 :

tr.11'I:JI Bend ron FOOT FULL QUART BOTTLES! of HAYNER'S SEVEN. ; W. G. Bartel. of Carlinville; L. out word of the St. Louis." Jacksonville Fla. jf afleriiiK her services! as! a ;,'t +. I f
YEAK+JI.I' RYE fur#J.0. and \\\\1l1l'ay the express: charges. Try lund arst-cliwj licensed midwife havIng 1i" -; t
g''I' find it yVnee bt and as good as you ever used or can buy from W. Stcnsenry of Auburn, and Ter- II. H. 11IOIINTO.V, AKfiir.: had 35 years experience. "r." 't't4
,,' s<>at ,send It back at our expense and your 13 20 will be rence Casey, Williamsville. Unknown
best of
Ship Ashore. Can KiTe references from 'r. .
( u by next mail. Just think that offer over. How could it be Pensacola Fla. ; ; .I
fillif are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent. Better let us Washington. Jan. 1C.-Superintendent leading physicians of this city. _: '
L!.u, uilurJfr.' If you don't want four quarts yourself get a friend to I BY WIRE AND CABLE. Kimball of the life-saving service MRs.M.GIDDENa, .j. I
j. tUiiLtatmadeinaplainsealedcasewiihnomarkstoshowwhat's l Ul south DeVilliE'rs 8t. I'Ii.
today received the following dispatch Try the :r\EWP Want Column. Jltf
&0 erg! for Ariz.Ca\. Col..Idaho !>Mont Nev.,N.Mpr.. Ore,Utab Wash St. Petersburg Jan. 16.-The official ,-i. ti!
4 #4.OO bv from the marine reporter at : I
u n : I I.* no the basis of UnarlH for ),
C.I'1tl'rJd ur ::O Quarts lur O1G.OO by Freight Prepaid. figures show that 4,711 persons lost inlet 01.\5.\ !.
Currituck N. C.: "Unknown .._.i.1T.i._.. ....._..-._ i P-' ...._V.iIYY. ...T.rPe"1. ...r1'q_ .'\' _. -I.
..l.- 1.rr.r ._ .. '
Write; our nearest: once and do it NOW. their lives and that 33,112:: houses steamship ashore at Peble Shoal, near -"r--. 4t.. + .*' ntaV *. _- -W -VaIfyI. "_. ,' 1', '
were destroyed as a result! of the recent ''t
False! Cape. Particulars! later. '
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY earthquakes at Andijaa: Russian : Roberts & Dai ley l \W.'" t

Arum Gt' DAYTON, OHIO( ST. LOUIS, Ma ST. PAUL MINN. Turkestan. CHILDREN rCISCN D. (t') """ r :

DISTILLERY. TROY. 0. ESTABLISHED 1865. City ofI'xlco, Mex. .Jan. 16. Many children are posoned; and -DEALKKSIS 'I .

-The managers of the principal made and weak if not kill / :
: nervous '

- ___ m -_ _------ --- - --- -- j. credit given breweries to!retailers are etc.combining While ed cough outright syrups, by mothers containing giving opiates.Foley's them. !ifI!f CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY CRO ER'Es.l' !_ !{ f J

Li! ''C! r .. C"! ASSOCIATION. rct :riing to we < on tne aiU' rstan I- the brewers do not contemplate establishing
lag that their "dvarf's!: would! ha a trust, they want to effect Honey and Tar i is a safe and .'. New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, : j .

Faa, Its .bors-Old satisfactorily! : a'Jj c t 5 ics lung trouble only (31 tt.J'
The !Jim! ;
':'icsrs: fie e'ectid. men ( that the comt.inyo! I their! now great industry. prominent cough( medicine that con- I .

:: Ji.n. !..-Tbe sixth ana bt'd a rTurnts r: trlln! !; the removal Constantinople, Jan. Ifi.-In accordance opiattHorotherpoisons.: : W. :. OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS : : !:: '
of newly annoatcd! yad rirsicra A. D'AUinberte! 121 d. Palafox ) i1 I j J
of the National Live with the ssncticn! of the Sultan "A i.
and t1e! reir.'latrtent; of wen dismissed OF ALL KINDS. ,
."IU1! finished! its labors one of the four Russian! torpedo ;. .
or tr The work of the last I I ( .
boat destroyers traversed the Dar- I j
strike only passenger trains were I!
:!t'll l in passing on reso- denelles Jan. 13, bound for Sebasto-
movng! and the! yard master did the street.HARD ROBERTS & DAILY :l
ably recoinmentkJ Ly tIN I pol. The censor stopped all messages i i{
sr;;tchIn! :;. ,
. <)mittce, in tha -.-. -.-; on the subject.San 1! 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. l'. 3 3C
or several addresses of A'uiiilio ,- tery.
I u.AUOUK Francisco Jan. 16.-The condition Phone !."( l* 'ii ncoln Fin. j l
a the naming o: a convention thy uui'or uijsli'li ins ,.f Ih: of Frank McDonnell the pugilist : __ _ __ _I! :.:' :

: (onflirainz the old officers Is the iiL-tNiUlfiar; fact that, C2 I* iul", who was knocked out and proba- !.t-_._."... .... .... ..... ...._"W...'!.. _. ':Ing year, all of whom had the tail woman: is of a ini'ljiichuly iloiwieitliip. ; }. .
bly fatally injured by Spider Welchin
&dcd for ro-eleetion. The while Per Fiiinlicr Mr-i 'r I is oi BRICK
prize fight last night, !is extremely -
\ hrhk! mil cbttrfii! %. a /i"
"* |' a \rl.1.I. tcu; r:; critical. He has not recovered A LEG, WING, ; ;
..'cr. Denver presl- merit t-'ch'iuv 'o far 11' tee Ia.o-.v.I.:. ..
't. Miles City. Jlont.. IH\t'j' flddiiVstil. it,.;"'if to t.c .luuoi: of consciousness. AND A CUTTING OFF :;:; l'

r' J. Hazenbarth Ihs! pin; !('. and lie amateur! j pll:: : i Ottawa, Ont., Jan. 16.-At a special

'1 vice president: ; phcr is thl"'t'f'I'l'ft' 1 tfll'lllld! 1 L'.s: !In' Ii;: sitting of the supreme court yesterdayan ; THE BREAST OF A NICE ': d

n-.';T, treasurer; and 1II.lnd. Why !lriitti! of !li.n'i i ?h ,t-JJ: application was made for leave to AL\VAYS\ ON HAND TURKEY FROM ,

.V '. ii\< r. secretary; tlakf"I' liuin'ty: nut lI.dJ.'I..IS': I appeal the case of LaBelle. sentenced : .
'r. assistant: ; !::!j's a writer f.u this sulijivt. I i.s li.iul: toMnaii.e. to be executed in the Yukon for mur- ,
i Luiutli tlf 1:11I11: f,'. s.s tis'i I der, to the court here. The court / :

i i invention ;:'.' .-t t') the! l tut-: 1111 tl ('.r ti J was equally divided, three in favor .HALF. H R. W. ATEHS & 00. ( ; '

statei'j.t s of ti"' !"TtmiMit.h'tli IHr I and ,
: .'I the af- ; three opposed! to any appeal. As .
trio: K"ii! e i-' :<><-iOiivu."s of "tl>i- stpr't; Lark He is under sentence to be
1 w. half For Your CHRISTMAS DINNER. Call line :]1
-TO- drop in a or telephone us '
flh.l tiiii'iy.! We ::r,' 1,'ft t'l tMi.i Iiulf hanged on Tuesday there will not .. .
t h.: at' hon- 'I I and your wants will be promptly attended to. .
'I. M ha far tie IVr.ihiim'! slue! IIf cur I.::'.icll. he time to bring the record here, and aR.WATERS 1.

ttkidi Is rll'dly: Uc.niiii! ; f.iiiious for J LaBelle must die.A JIS J/
& CO.
,: ::, si r'.I in; from ONE MILLIONGet .
its t.vmie: Leigi.t; will! MHIIV Jiy lie-
... oi \\inning' :
c-uUfaswrio'is fUll! tKioiuy: (]UI"US. I Sad \ttakrninK. South !"alaruo: : Street (New :Slu-ppanl' Blliltlill;;.) t.l 1s.
In one cf Theodore Hook's! stories the
a.l then shall! take r
i ire our pleasuresIart'e '
.1 crning! pro- tu dv! e\er.LOPI!<.U liluht'. bridcin-ooiii, daunting with his bride We have the Choice Cuts 01 Western and Homo Meats! also -hiekeni I :' !

la.VCliam I for their honeymoon is disturbed' by a Our Prices BeforePurchasing. and All Vegetables Tclriirioiu \o. !'fj(;. ;.,

:: ;iwtl mHg-1 "('(,,,",1nlllff': continual tapping t'U the floor of the (
J I'.' of this couni I IJ The old! si-huoluiastir; deeply aflaiiitiatcil I IK)"t ei.aise. It begins to bother him ex-

: 'd y." and ono f".tl.t11\ is Fholils:: Iwtldll;: the di-! i ceedingly.Vbat the deuce is that HALL & KLEIN : j
", Ii. s. Chihuahua, siiitk-ar.ii'ce! if his chair Lul'' noise?'' at last he mutters. 'It is nothing : :I

''i -tf., ..!, !irj'ustry prtst'iiiod hiw with a new one en his'': darling" nuswers the bride sweet -- '

M 'o and its ly.It Is only my wooden leg." Only '
? re- I'I'1 bh'lh.\r.r.\ I
500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. .:
( that and She had {
f" Slat s." and a ")Iy dear boys," Mid the Liix'.ly 1 ol! j jic'd.i nothing more. pot I, .
accustomed to it from lung use, but the opacity 50,000 Daily f'
: ( P. ('urtls of' in hip "I
;o?:nc. with tears eyes ,
.. fi's d( caused coolness which a
t you have uiaiio me fst.ll'f 1 this toU iI of I a was per '

.1 J.L'jwhie' i :; h was your lure for nit1. All I can lo 1 is to manent.

" 'r) C-Ot..iJHillle dson thank jou for the sacrifices!: jou liaena : Look Out for Fever.Iilloanes3 f\'Ic\' Ul1an Brick Go. Select Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tius. : ,:

:!!.,"S the after of my comfort. If Jim hne: found meetvuv and liver disorJes; tar Poultry Eggs and Country Produce -; r
this season be prevented by ;
nny Pine Barren Fla.
Jerry Simpson, of :.t times I Irl1*t you riMllre lh't I ,

1' -> former Kansas it hs:: always been fi.r yir own ;:'-Ul'. i iI cleansing the !aystem with DeWht's Telephone No. 358. J :

it.. t.>ok for his theme hope silwajs lime jour full lor.ijlencf. Little Early Ri-ers. These famous H. MEN AND WOMEN. .' .

I 'iition from a Po u- I, ( ji< jou Ij I1'tr'I,1! mIll': ." I little pills do not gripe. They move 6 LREa CeeBig.gfnraoneturalblbieya -- .. .

.' and treated! it !Ins its the old cebotAnarh'r! pirpari'd to i the bowels gently but copiously, cud cnm.teee di imtatioDi rhtrir .inflainniatiiD or ulceraliunt,
sit down in his! ors chair IK- uucun-i! by reason of the tonic properties aott.luetarl. of mn coo 8 membrane.Painle .
; }
\ ". Pr......c..tat.. .t, and nut utrm- LiquorsFOH
ioi'.sly!' ran his! hand over the scat in !rive tone and strength to the gland an mitv1NSCRENtcs1C0. gent or poi-nnoug. l

nti. = search: of Irtriit pins.-Xi-w York Times. I Har i-.' Pharmacy John Hheppird, CINCINNATI.S Sold by Drngclat. ,
CL'EER PRANK. I Sidney Kahn. rs.., r sent ln plain' wrapper,
bf eipr?*, prepaid. fur \I. 'i.; t
FL Itnl.eran. tl 00. r 3 bottles .;S. 'J
D:stoffice with Scent I I b Circular sent wa requeit.witr
." ior.: " -- ;
ITS to Celebrities. CASTORIAFor I
: fr.
t.'iiiiH'rauii, a "i n If';.-A manvho I. L'fJ
r !!<" tin1 !-yiiii>ioiiis of a veritable i pathotic I
'.1 Sanders, and Is I Infants and Children. FOB 8TEA.JI DIVISION
, inM'y.!! lie MinarLt to realize !
:n Lexington, Miss. his!, rii.iiitoms! in the least: Mi>tt'i>tiblcirfUui :i The Kind You Have Always BougfttSEND .I P3:2.jO'COL.tLEcnlC ltX.b4 THE- ,i.f.p'!(1t.
''he local pestofflce
<- >t.uii'i s. He saw everywhere ea- :
!"r 5 cents and up- cmivam! eo1.I: ,irdtut-. fipijui'iit in the IHs th&d // Trine leave Fensaoolt for tle Lori Reliable Kentucky Barrel House i ;

i'.iljle to President brat stages of ill".1 hitI. Once, c-cniii'' ? ''"'"tUIt' of e A Bryon, Big Esrca, ,
I':att. Senator Hei'liy to l.U Miiliimtsel in fugkind ho: Interpreted and: For bftrraacas: at :.

':- ex Governor the fa\oiaMe! winds as a fIt it) a. in.arrive at h ort K"rr.3oai rill at. t
i 1'. Richard Croker aK.iiii Liiu. then mnunttslan t, IOtA a.m.arrive at Fort Karrancas lota.. ctm-piracy
YOUR ORDERSto 1:00: p.m.arrive at Kort K.tmnoHS llipa s. A. i-riedrnan9
McK'nley and tho ..!t'nlulIl..II'; '' :\I1 to harangue theii'isae tSO p. m.arrive at tort r'arraacas .:16 II C6:15p.
m. arrive Fort liarraccai 7:'.' ., gsulp.m ; { B. Reel..aeh 'lihojtli tl'oy <11!<1 not mlll..r-I" arriveat'ortBarrancis Rf5p.nTrains III

order was ;5'': staisd \\'I11't111l' siid.! Ii: addition Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or I len 1 Furl Han.nJnlar: SOLI: PROPRIETOR.I 1CJw

ptlon of one sent |I d\">\ i ideas ami ililirinnt; con\ictioH i electrieil work. Repair work apeci cola at j

r r JI, Intended as a I liiiiissiaii suftirwl from attacks of I lty. 7:15 a.m. arrive at Pea ncola _. 8:00 r. b
l1l1l: p 31. arrive at i'en.scola: __lltt: p.t the and excellent of : 'aht:t tWines ',
.'''e and receieilj acute 'liilum.! a sort of maniacal escitatio.i. ; %:1'1)p.n. arrive at Peneaali____ 2,60) to.I.I am now receiving Large moot assortment d

: ." Mr.1 Hill and lie died: froiii r-iKiplirtieattatk.. ; i inruwnla'x iI, I 5,00 p m arrive at fnnsarola 6:4) f t Liquors Brandies and Gins j: .' :-
I : ,
I I Tao p. m. arrive at Ponsaooli T tSy.
snored:: the order. Arrive at femacola_ tMc '\
':.'! barf wen an- ( .tnrday'. only I
the Finest and Largest Line of Cape HottUd Good,
Hcnri.-tte .
lu her niinis-crnivs
for the pat two ort Cuek-I JARS F3K WEEK: DAye.reneae I
na"s! an .iiiuiMiif;: : ('('. -" : "-.1. ...roir... Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. '
vrral months ago I ," ,)!. to I'on )lurane.e and return MfenacoU
llo'.urt Uronuin?. She relates( that as to Navy Yard and return_. I* '
x : 'increr cot'!!!'ol the I 6 honest best end lowest Be
; PeasiooU to I'almetto Begot: and retcrc: I guarantee measure quality rrlc(!; sure to ,
the ":,t !in! the drawing nmi.i of her I.on-I ::
I \mgtoa. .;;., toy ::;Z-: CHARTER fend your Christmas orders t to
don !hoiis" one aft-rnoi-n t-he hal'l''n.11to i !SC5DAT ICUEDCUi.
> orders for such
San.lers. This had I I.*.!, c'.t of the tack window. "And !. open When coftcbes.Leav weather. pdrra.ts the raaaing i S. A. FRIEDMAN ,t
r thoi.hc l sty'I MW Mr. r.rovuilunurj ; .; The! ,
Elegantly Equipped
t until a few days ao I Peneaeola. Lr Fort K rras'ii : t.
.1: sent Sant'rsI' >il!! ;i ;:'"('''l'. nholulf'iI'r -III ; it ...Jfaptha Launch CUPID 9 a. m. 53 a. III.I 331 south Palafox Street P.O. Box 418 PE riACOr.\, FLORIDA.
by II m.
II a m.
into the hall
in his: arms. The poet came j
1 rot! S. Coler 1 p. m. I p.m.
was re- with Parlor Car -
with the !=(Iojf'. I \Unshed remarking Fittings, I S p. m 'P...
from PIc- ;pns. :ill! s. of t. 'It is so for the I p. an P.BI
that it was a tlll'l'I' pt a trip on buy or for
a "' ",1 1 that. Sanders must eater! and nfitrtio'iate. answered lr'l (l cruise. I lp.m. IpB p m.8p.m. ., J. E. DUBUISSOX S(? BROTHER L I
Uaubl wIth the ann s nt. I p.m.rAKBFOBBUBBAT .
.. [ row uit: ;:. 'it I not well j-o I nm p. f

. above named I'ootof. Irs; after it.. It follows me about jut j Accommodations for 40 r'euseols to Art Kirtaacsi Navy CORNER TAUUAGOXA AM INTENlESCI.: \ STUKKT", i

r '- !pll for ce journeyed lie'a dog.' .passengers- \ ard tad retsra_ MiPeniaooU Dealers in .H,
s about 40 miles!: ds- to Palmetto .aeh asS
f Rates very reasonable. retara.__________ 1&rlTMl (

t.- LI'r-! orders.places mentionedr E. W. PEAKE, Lan ding-Pin e street. No rt'I'rht arter:10,. m.CHICHirSTER'S i$ Choice Staple and Family Groceries, r.:.c : ivw'

---- .' CAPT. STEARNS Our OOOdi are Rectivel Fresh D '//I.r. They tie tool tni"v '.> fnunrrate, ;4 -t-
X'i. 30 tl'h P. Hfcx "'trEf't. keep ,
t -rt Durrt'cn.' \\"llrrtI.dtheth"'H.ptth": Market Atf! 'rJ- i'ui r; n tRcli'd >) i? ;
'i !January lii' .-Th'j! till bff] wirf'* and sill ]Kind* P' Master.PAftKEU i:ErJ YfOVAt: PltlS : on.V> can Dnplioufnj Order Oivt-i n- I-.inrn; ,> ; 1
.. ......
E j e ja'd were -cr.cil: : =-upplt.; ,.. Hive'" him ri I. {::' ..trfftlt" "wI".T; .."' ...0\... L..4.Ir..rr.I, .u. Holiday and will Deliver Free to any fart I r' !.- V.v. i- It

_. 'y !:-ou.. if yesterday your work. Call phone 01. lilr'r: : 1-1 S !I I {r",5t:\r 1 y_.'\al I.. 1.111 ll-TL I ..Qd a u.".. j.q.Ll...." _lfI ,f COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAP.EIT411T \ l'IO ". -
:(: HAm CALSAH ': t l.d Ieritar 4 cP.
i i # r : ra
-- ----- --- iI I'-V_ Clare ani t-fwn' Fay \ ? n s.b. :_ :. .+. L.ns
I ??*-te".. if 11!" .... a lorururt: ** lat...r h. "j 1't 1 ..\.1.... : 1
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.... 4 .. .... Box326'c
... ;hI!sip-2fat3 *- ":,- : :are 1..1' 1." c/ E. Dubrisson 2o,
aLaxative C7 1' t10't rf t8 rCLLi; : 9 I } :.1. ) Pala to L'esacre Gray L' ,. .rn .. .. ... 4f' If
C ii' /" .Hillt'. to is Youthful 'oiot' I D .
G.QTG- Qn:r.; r:\!;, ,u t ..... r. aM ru HJ. I PHONE 6.
: &'V"J'ti.r4'thc F ; t.rrtc..' ,1 'e$ _.p.IdJI G ":-0.. It,"" _,: oJf 10y ',_. ',,..'." ..",...1. ( ... FAxn.ily urr sac.
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flood Emma Chandler, a pretty picture Miss Mamie Merritt and Mr. Richard -! SPECIAL I NOTICE
t framed In gilt. Tborner, and Miss Elise Chipley H. Alfman, Umbrella Maker, 315 ....
The booby by Miss Chaffin, a and Mr. L. B.Brown. '
South Palafox, wishes to inform the
calendar,so pretty, that it was just
y The little girls and rays, well that he has no one employedto
a* M grown public
what she wanted. Delightful refreshments -'o-L.'>.. ..b>...AJ
folks like ninety risen cake,pie. waffles, l>ltCUite MARITIME. solicit trade and will only be responsible --
were served: Chick n I '
,etc.. Wily bbouldo't tiny bare them when
a a pound can GoOD LCCK" Baking Powderthe salad, olives and crackers, macca- for goods' intrusted to him / THE GREATEST ? '

best leavener-can be hid of the grocer roon ice cream with marshmallowand personally. 3jlm L ;
for ten cents "GOOD LCCK" produces the a .
nicest,UgUteg*and nut: wturioami brood, etc., chocolate cakes aid chocolatewith ARRIVED. You will consult your best inter- 7 i ':

and la every six-ounce can will be found a whipped cream. The guest Hors' Hydra 831, KnucUen.Te lerlffe a ests by going to 0. M. Pryor if you \ iJ L VALUES

section-Uro sections In every pound were: Mrs. Kellar, Mrs. W. J. GallTransUCo M>r bk Eira, K5,Keilsea, Fleetwood to H: want furniture. He is in position to \\J Jfa I sEVER :

you a-rtng them Forbes, Mrs. Northup, Miss Cbaffln, BbotterCo: sell cheaper than any other house in ,
> W W :T
Miss Mary Chaffin. Miss Chandler, CLEARED. the "T,7

Mrs. W. N. Roberts, Mrs. W. J.
Ital shIp 5avolalaMaggiollby
Richn-onJ, Virginia.i Blrap- city.GO
Hannah, Mrs. T. V. Hannah, Miss son lumber A Co,valued for Buonos ot to god Ayres with 778UW! ft TO E. W. PEAKE'S, OFFERED IX MCX'S WORK SIIOI:, YOU SHoi LD

Daisye Hyer, Mrs. Werhan! l\IrF. Oer ss Frida Horn, 1581. Hub:h, by NOT LET THIS CHANCE SLIP YOU BY.
Southern States Lumber Co 'for London No.30 South Palafox street, for your
4' DeSilva, Mrs Geo. Wentworth,Mr!. with 1A9&o00sltlumber,valued itGroDUtier '
Zeek, Mrs. Reeves, Mrs. Rix Robinson BS Mane.891,Schroeder, by W 8 Key- electrical work. He is prepared to
i Ber.t Co forCast1emare with additional car do a first-class job at moderate -.-+A FE\V OF THE MANY STYLES
i SOCIAL ECHOES Mrs. Fernald, Mrs. Taylor, Mr?. go of 13 ,UW a ft lumber val 0-" at f 1.SJ7 you :* -
Br IB August Belmont S997. Rogeri, by prices. Phone 203.
Mrs. F.
McGonrin A. Mallory,
Gulf Transit Co for Tamplco,with 5.SUO! )toni
Misses Piaggio, Mrs. Stillman, Mr!. coal, valued at 13,050 $? 00 VELOUR Calf Bootee.. ... .... .. ,5;
.......................... ------ js
Fred. Marsh Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. R. A.
(Mobile Regleter dCOHENFROHLICHSTE Hyer, Mrs. Eitzen, Miss Rogers, BAILED. MONEY TO LOANOn $g.50 VELOUR Calf Bootee__._.._ L.......... si 05
I N Get ia !of arle,891.Schroeder,for Oran and

The Temple on Jackson street was Mrs- Chas Turner. Casilemare $fJ.50 Heavy Calf Plain Toe Shoes_.............. .el< ..$$
the most reasonable terms and

the scene night,of the a occasion brilliant being gatheringlast the Mr. J, E. Stlllman! entertainedone THE MARKETS. without publicity. $1.75 Satin Calf Plain and Cap Toes, Lace

marriage of Miss Theresa Frolich- of the largest card parties of the J. W. BULLARD, and Congress___ .........__. .<;l. .o
season yesterday afternoon in honorof 2S._ South Palafox, UpStairs.J. .
stelu to Mr. A. Cohen of Pensacols,
Fla., the ceremony being performedby Mrs. Werhan, who is visiting Mrs.DeSllva. COTTON REPORT A. WILSON, Manager. $1.75 Heavy Calf Gugu Eyes, Cap Toes */rj

Dr. A. O. Mo e*. Tbo Templewas TLere were nine tables of I' t $1.50 Heavy Eng. Tie.._....__ ............._._-- s /. 75
decorated beautifully with six-handed euchre. Beautiful prizes I Reported THE NEWS by D. F.

awarded to the fortunate win Lowe& Co. ....
were --- -- -
palms, gtr.iUxand white carnations, ,I'
the color scheme being white and ners. Spots.Good
The handsome guest's prize was of Middling..S 11 16 SI OI MEYER
green. The ceremony was performed J,+ SHOE CO.
of hon- Strict
I course presented to the guest lIddhng..8 9-16 ,
under two initials, F. and C. At
8 o'clock the arrived or, Mrs. Werhan, a souvenir spoon, i Middling ............ ...... ....8 716
wedding party I ... ...... Feet Furnishers for Cash Only!
as a momento of the delightful or; i Strict: Low Middling. Sty
and as the wedding march from Loh I
engrin was being sung by the choir casion. I Low )1iddling..7 15-16' 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
Mrs. F. M. the first Tone Hteady. BRK
li Thigpen won N jflTF
the following: gentlemen, Mr. Ed.
Forcheimer, Mr. Ike Hirchinan, prize, a handsome cut glass dish, I FUIUKES.:

1, Mr. Max Gold tuker, Mr. Herman the which she of honor.graciously presented to January............... ...... ...8.73 : DR. J. H. MOCK

Greenwood, Mr. Joe L. Jacoby, Mr. guest May...... ...... ....... ... ........8 82
The consolation set
Archie IloseiHtein, of Pensacola, priz, a lovely -- CIGAR

t Fla., Mr. John Eery of Nashville, of bread and butter plates, was won LAVAL SIOKS MAUKET.Krported .

Tenn., Mr. Bam R>chotcb, Mr. It. by Miss Holden.
Miss Beile Whiting captured the Dally for The News iij DENTIST.
Weiss, Mr. Arthur V. Feiber, Mr. Union Naval Store Co.B08I5. ..
Ralph Holberg Mr. Dan Frohlich- booby prize,a box of candy. .

stein and Mr. J. Lyons, of Mobile Delicious refreshments were serv- See'that Each Cigar is
WW ____)so H_ __|2 05wo _
acting as ushers, entered, followed ed in a most dainty manner. The ____ a w a_____ 1 NOJJ5 Stamped. 28%: S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building,
r. by the bridesmaids and groomsmen, afternoon was thoroughly enjoyedby ____ 1'1.0

Miss Theresa Stone, Mr. K. H. Froh- all who were fortunate enough to M_____ 3 35 E___ 165K FRANK CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
be present. __, 1 90 D_.. 165 .LLY,
licbstein, the groom, Mr. A. Cohen,
1 i____ 3 40 C A below. 165
and his mother; the maid of honor, MPIBIT8 TU&PalTIIIa-68.: : BOLE AGENT.SS5SSlrESS5S5SSSSHSHSHS }PEXSACOLA_.\.
Miss Lillian Frohlicbt>tein, sister of Miss Mamie Ward left today for a -- __ n___ _
visit of several weeks to relatives in
the bride, with Mr. Philip Klein,
acting as best man. Then the brideon Pine Barren. ; Ed\ iGJeSflnfb.

the arm of her father. The : !
procession Miss Leona Bell has gone to Ever- ri
s moved to the altar, the bride /ate PA INV H NTO Te I .
green for a visit to friends and rela- Manufacturers and IVnle ;
being joined j by the groom, and ,, tives. i r

united in marriage: by Dr. A. G. Sash
I i Blinds,
Moses. After the ceremony the Dr. Tuttleleft on the noon train I SALE '

party! proceeded to German Relief for a business and pleasure trip to e -= mar= T r Shingles,

Hall, where an elegant receptionwas Moutgjmery. j jMiss I I rn '\ m

given. The bride was magnificently F For felt t '1 :r I) I i Builders' Materials
'P gowned in* toilette of white Marks, who has been the I <_ a_> 1 Days ,
liberty satin over white taffeta, guestof Mrs. Lucius 1 S. Brown, left T _
: Brick and Lime.
- -
- - ---- --
c? trimmed with real bee, and carried today for her home in Montgomery j
d of a bouquet of bride roses! and fern! much to the regret of the many Tolojoliono IS3"o. 11.
+ The bride's veil was caught; by a friends she has made durini' her SPECIAL PRICING WILL REIGN .

diamond brooch, an heirloom from visit here. Quite a crowd assembledat i

her mother. the depot to bid her good bye. jtjtjt. ON ALL **J,,*
Miss; Lillian Frohlichstein, maid BRAWNER'SCLEAKMCE

of honor, was dressed in white organdy Mrs. W. K. Hyer entertained the

over white tatfeta, with laces Whist Club yesterday afternoon. Colored Dress GoodsVelvets

and ribbons as trimmings. Her bouquet Mrs. J. C. Avery, Mrs. W. B. Wright,

L was of maiden hair ferns, tied Mrs. H. L. Simpson, Mrs. :F. O. SALE

with white satin ribbons. I Howe, Mrs W. H. Knowles, Mrs. R.

t Miss Theresa Stone was: attired inc A. Hyer, Mrs. J. A. Merritt, Mrs. C. and Silks !
a beautiful gown of white organdy, H. Dishman, Mr!?. H. A. Brosnaham,

trimmed elaborately in lace and rib Miss Mallory, Miss Miry Chaffin, Dress and Walking Skirts .BEFORE TAKING STOCK.
.. ..
Lou. Hhe carried: shower bouquet ;Miss Leah Chaffin, Miss LeBaron,
of white carnations and ferns. Miss Flossie LeBaron and Mrs. W. Ladies' and Misses' Jackets t :

!; 'i Mrs. Cohen, the mother of the K. Hyer were the players at four 78 Boys' Double-Breasted 2 piece I I 54 inch Heavy Ladies' Cloth wall'

i; 'oom, wore an elegant robe of black I tables. Dainty refreshments were T HERE are many Choice Jackets and Skirts to choose from, and snit 1.9t suit.!, all wool, worth $3 special tale Colors, regular $1 yard, this ..' '!9c
the CUT 1MIICIIS bring them to you at ACTUAL NEW |
crepe de chine over silk! real lace served. There was awarded for the ItemfomJrr! we' carry a full line ofn'JYs' yard.
x YORK CUSP:: Money Saved: is Money \lade-i enough said here. Five Pieces Black Shark Hkn. it-
used as trimmings. I highest score to Miss Leah Challln, Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at

Among the many guaU were seen a handsome cud case. The prize prices to suit everybody. inch Dress Goods, la'est out, nvuUr:

a number of handsomely! gowned I fur the lowest score, a beautiful Look at our Show Wii.dow for $1 yard, this sale Sac: yard.
t } Ladies' Underwear.
....In Our Shoe Department !.... prices on 38 Dress Good-", woI
young ladies and matrons. Mr. and I It plaque to Mrs. C. H. Dishmau. We carry a swell line of Ladies' piece Fancy
r and Hilk tlmale
regular $1 yard,
Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so
Mrs. Cohen received many handsome -: 74c
Miss i Roberta Fisher entertained Some Broken Lots-to be Closed at Special Low Prices-too numerous everybody cn wear one. yard.
presents and telegrams of con- j Three All-wool Black Hen
70 doz Men's French Neck pieces
however to mention her There are Plums to be Gathered
r gratulation. The bridal couple left her friends at dinner last: evening.The Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; rietta, silk warp, regular U lyarJ.: l',Ii
well worth time and while to come and
for New Orleans, where they will remain guests sat down to a table beautiful your investigate. drawers to match. sale boc; yard.

i for sometime, and then to their in its appointments of silver CO doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30 pieces 30-inch All-wool Tn> it,
I future homa in Pousacola, Fla. and cut glass, decorated here and ($> See Our Show Window O;* drawers to, match.worth Ma, special 35c; 2o2 all colors vard., regular 35c yard, tu-! -ale

Among the visitors iu attendance there with red and white carnations. FOR THE BEST UNION MADE SHOES IN AMERICA. 30 doz Men's All Wool Rfd Under- (,_ TJiHt Received a Full (Line

from 1'ensacola: were: Misses Sarah Covers were laid for sixteen and the shirts, worth $1, special 75c; drawersto W alti ngs, regular25c yard,thl- -ale

Dannheisser, Theresa Stone, Cora dinner was served in seven courses. "Foil" and "Merit" 1 $ 1 match. 15c yard.
i } ,50 100 doz Men's AU Wool Camel's 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-
The delightful were Miss solid f M paIr"Faith
and Ray: GolJstuker, Hara Kahn: party absolutely Hair Undershirts, worth $1.50. special Day: Skirts, worth $l.W, specialle
Mr. D. Kugleman: Mr. DannheUaer, Emily Jones, Miss Regina Durant, $1; drawers to match, in White, 98a each.

r I Hr. Mr. J. Weilland, Colonel and Miss Mercedes Baltmarsb, Miss ," AS GOOD Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Rpady-to-Wear Rainy-
' Mrs.! Tarble, Dr. McMillan, Rabbi Mintoria Sublett, Miss Ada Hilton- A8 We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk Day !Skirts, guaranteed all wuul,
' "Hope }\ THEIR {\ Knowles
i. Green Miss ,
I Samuel Koch, Mr. and Mrs. Max Josephine .
"Love j NA IEI:). [ ial to close 1.20 each. 60 Ladies' Black and Colored
.1 and Mrs. Nat Weilland Miss Nellie Keyser, Miss Cora Girls' .
4 J Klein, -r. 25 doz. Boy's and Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth $1 50, special
j Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Vidal, Mr. and Louise Simpson, Miss Sue Dishmanand A NEW PAIR for Every Pair Proving Unsatisfactory. and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale c each.
1 2oc drawers to match. 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured
Mrs. Morris Daunbeiaser! Mr. and Miss Roberta' Fisher; Masters ;
k l ---- 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and Skirts, worth $2 50 to S6, special
.it' i Clarence Avery, Richard Abercrombie -
Mrs. Lax Jacoby and Mrs. 8. Rose-
;r' Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c; sale $1.98 to $4 9S each.
8. Mallory, Jr., Trabue t Kub- .SPECIAL PRE-INVENTORY PRICES ON.
uau. .. .. drawers to match. Ready-to-Wear Jackets, oar price
I -- lett, Dudley Hunt and Preston We carry a full line of Ladies', 1.48 to $8 each. You will sire
t The Euchre Club met Thursday Men' and and Girls' Shoes before
Avery. Boy's money by looking at ours
night with Mr!!. Fernald. The evening Matting Rugs Carpets that we can save you 25c on. buying.
#/ The Remember-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at fl.&>
passed most enjoyably.
i was Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Turner enter- of Men's Clothing Bougnt at 50c on to $5; worth nearly double.
j prices were beautiful and won as tain the Six-Handed Euchre Club 50 New Styles of Mattings Just Received. dollar. We will close them out at 49.Boys' Double-Breasted 2 piece
follows: this evening. jUit } price off other merchants. 6nit>worth 11.50, special 983 suit.
9 : Lady's first prize, a handsome sofa --- -- --- -- -
t ; pillow, by Miss McClure, the charming Miss Elise ChIpley entertained at I H I II Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Lookat

,l; 'f vl guest of second Mrs. Frank Dunn.Lady'a a most elegant dinner last evening I; ) 5e "W. J. & B. FORBES. Ii Ours. Remember the Place,
prize, a Tiffanyglass
to Miss Marks. The room was taste- ,
I y vase, by Mrs. McQouriu. fully decorated with potted plants L_______ -- ---) 105 S. Palafox St. F. E. BRAWNER.

t 7 Gentleman's first prize, a hand and vines, the chandelier globes -
; I some silver corkscrew, by Judge G. MORASSO,
covered with pink cast a rosy glow FRANK BRUNO,
Reeves, and the gentleman's second all. These tables were draped President. Secy and Treas.

i r price, a beautiful Indian head match I in snowy linen,with lace covers over mlm Wij M m [ SHOPS r

'f case Delicious, by Capt.refreshments Wm. Uaya.were served pink,them and vines; each of silver smilax candelabrahad trailingover BRUNO & CO. ,

and the club adjourned to meet with pink shades, and pink and white
Mrs. Geo. Weutworth on Friday I carnations were the floral decora jtjt

evening, January 23rd. i tions. Spaghetti, Vermicelli, Taliarini, Valm, Cods and Eraittiii in this Line Kept l Goiitaitli) en Rant
Each ladies' place bad a pink car-
i is
Miss Cora Mallory spending a Mezzano
nation, all being marked with a love- Spaghettini, Zito, i Prompt Work-Reasonable Prices.
few days at Arcadia. J'S HUGUES SI Peon
l card hand with Ditali Cannaroni .
ly place painted
I Pericatello, Jt jt j* .JA PHONE 123292. J I .JA.JA.JA r ,
Mrs. Saunders gave an elegant spray of pink wild roses, with nameof Stillina and Lascagni. -
I card party Thursday morning. guest done in gilt. The effect was ,

There were five tables filled for beautiful. Covers laid for fourteen. MANUFACTURED FRESH DAILY OF PUREST *
K 1' six-handed euchre. The prizes were The dinner served in seven courses MATERIAL AND BY EXPERT WORKMEN. .

very handsome, the fortunate winners The party consisted of Miss Marks ,

: t being Mrs. Reeves, who won and Mr. W. M. McClellan, Mrs. L. 8. FAMILY AND SHIP ORDERS SOLICITED. "'
+ iis the first prize, a cut glass violet vase, Brown and Mr. Buckner Chipley, ....WHOLESALE ,

and Mrs. Rix Robinson won the Miss Edna Avery and Mr. Pasco, .;)BRUNO & 00.,* I

weond, a drawn work center piece. Miss Barrs and Mr. Fannin Chipley, St PENSACOLA FLA. I
Nos. 102 East Government
701 South Palafox. 104,106 ,
i' No. 207. G. MOKASSO, Agent, ,
; The consolation was won by Miss Miss Mary Aiken and Mr. Porter, Telephone

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