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 19, 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
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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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crippled condition of her boilers. Prov. -tit Lair-!-and other international-labor .

i yEiuE STEAMER Idenee Indeed, has been exceedinglykind UNITED CHARITIES leaders will be present BRAVE GONZALEZ'SBATTLE

to us and we are truly grateful The United: MinesVorters'! annual

that through His tender mercies we national convention, which will open
/Is AT LAST IN PORT have been thus! far spared a calamitytoo Monday, will be made up of 1,200 delegates WITH/ DEATH

horrible to contemplate i representing 24 states I

reSrrStL.u. 5Are Now "Fourth the we recklessness cannot too of severely a management condemn HELD ANNUAL MEETING business During the of the first miners ten clays organizationwill the regular The Physicians Can NowOnly F t' }!:

Sif at Rest. that would send such a crippled come before the'delegates! and the Hope For the Best. {;

vessel loaded with human freight, tu wage demands, to b3 ruaJe on the operators )

LEAKY EOILERS. contend with the storms and perilsof bituminous k
in the
tl oJ competitive WOUND IN .GOOD CONDITION. ;
i an Atlantic winter. We believe Enthusiastic Union Service HeldAt district which is composed: of Illinois,

c Only Able to Make that our lives bare been put in Jeopardy indiana, Pennsylvania! and Ohio, will His Case Is at a Standstill and In the 1 :

and certainly our loved (In's'at be formulated It is thought the
Hour Fine Weath-!
in Gravest Developments Will Come
Lome are being made to stiffer great convention will! decide on a demand l

',-.a Gathered- Pier mental anguish, not to mention the se- '' The Presbyterian Church Last NightOfficers ranging! from 15 to 20 per cent. || the .Crisis-No .further .Statement : ;

Her. I Yore financial losses! many of us have Tii- wage conference between the From Tillman.

u Incurred and are now incurring. workers amt the wase committee for i
.I Elected and Yearly Reports Read.I
17.-The American: ; "Fifth! that on the evening Jan. thp competitive| district will bean B Columbia S. C.. Jan. 17.-With almost

i.i.--:: of which news in. If'flS.:: the following petition was I,, Indianapolis: : Jan. ;:G. every chance for recovery

.. ,r.\aited: since Mon- presented to Catptaln F. M. Passow, against him N. G. Gonzales editor ot I '!
i" sighted off Nan-: romnnndinar! the I!, The :State who shot and
steamship St. Louis: : was perhaps !I
night the annual meeting of ed. Those who composed the committee FIVE 'CONDEMNED TO DIE.
was off the Sandy I
"The un.'ersUned passengers oj moitally wounded here laat ; I
0 o'clock this inornn the steamship St. Louis bound for the Society of United Charities was I were Messrs.Vm.. Fisher; Thursday by Liut-tenatt Governor r;
Longino Will Probably!: Not Interfere
delayed the great. New York hereby request that, in held at the Presbyterian; church, and I Samuel Koch, E. D. Berg! ?, J. R. James H. Tiilman. is still battlingagainst ;
B.I" i-k by leaking boil- \'Ielof the crippled condition of this It: Mississippi Hangings. death !in his wonderful tru# t. a
every seat in that edifice was taken Saunders, J. McCaskill! Frank Jackson, Miss., Jan. 17--It is not be-
tied been no furthera' steamship! and the consequent uncertainty gle for life. I :
long before the services began. Extra Taylor and I. H. Aiken. Nominations lieu'd that Governor Longino will interfere I,!
< !idcnts and she bad of the date of her reaching that ; All that skill and medical science
in either of the five legal hang.
,are from at least onu point you hail some passing fast westbound chairs had< to be brought and were made by the committee can accomplish has been done and :
I ings arranged to take place in Mississippi
steamer for the purpose of placed in the aisles to afford seating I iu secret session and were as follows on Feb. 18, owing to the clear there is nothing left but to await for f
American liner renn.I transferring ue thereto, or. that the the result of the desperate fight. [
occommodations to ladies. evidence of guilt established in each
Hamburg. Boulogne ar- boat be put into Halifax, if feasible. : Mr. Gonzales' wound was re-dressed

,.; i"rung and reported that (Signed) By the Saloon Passengers. The church had been warned de- President Walker Ingraham. instance, and the absence of mitigating this morning at 11 o'clock and it i.

latitude! -tj.;5, longitudes "That in reply Captain Passow explained Vice-Presidents Cahn and circumstances.The said the wound appears in good condition !
lightfully, and everybody was comfortable candidates for the hangman'snoose
: in with the St. Louis that the difficulties and dangers but Dr. Gil Wiley\ the New York ;

f< wry slowly. The PcnnP attending a transfer of passengers when the exercises began at Wm. Fisher. are as follows: Alex Smith, specialist, says that he can only hope I

tined close to her antI ask- at sea and further stating thatit 7:30 o'clock. Secretary-A. H. D'Alemberte. Pearl River county; Joe Campbell, for the best ;

t,. .? ff' UI!)'. Officers of the St. would be an exceedingly dangerous Treasurer: -F. C. Brent.A Yazoo county; Antonio Dukes, Copiah! Mr. Gonzales was conscious when I
The choir of Misses
Wail Tom Smith
composed county Swor county
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I : that her boilers were her ; :
undertaking to take the ship in the wound was dressed and saw Mrs.
sent a boat alongside InI present condition into the harbor of Mabel Robert?, Bessie Cushman and canvassing committee of twelvewas Emanuel Walker, Sunflower county; Gonzales before the examination for !; j

e first officer, with letters Halifax. He volunteered the information I Nellie Burrow, Mrs. F. E. Urawiier named the doxology was sung they are all negroes, and it Is the first the first time since the operation was i [ i
time in the history of the state that
"'n erl. The officers re- that he might later on enter and the performed. 1 1It
congregation( ; departed.:
and\lessrs.J. W. N. W.
pencer, the supreme court has affirmed such
the St Louis' boilers were Boston harbor and had the questionthen is sad; by the physicians that the ;
badly that the ship could under advisement. Xisholion, J. O. Walker and Julius The general committee is com a large number of death sentences In wounded man is suffering from disten.

i five knots per hour in fine "Sixth, that it is a matter of keen Heinberjr.! D. Hale Wilson presidedat posed of Mrs. J. C. Pebley, Mrs., one dayIn nearly every instance it tion of the stomach by gas and can- tf'f
is expected that the hangings will ben
T n>y had on board eight that first-class suchas not he relieved! of this account
regret a steamer the which worked with Morris Bear, Mrs. J. A. Avant Mr?. now on ,
organ, private, a strong sentiment having
:.rd water and all the St. Louis is reported to be, of his weakness. The last official
-. Heinberg, Mrs. W. D. Chipley, Mi!,s recently asserted! itself in oppositionto
11 th. steamer: great dilllculty.
should rot be supplied with the Mar 1'illetin: issued after the wound was

': 1.,.... cons system, the absence of which Upon the rostrum sat Rev. L. P. i Carrie Roberts, Dr. J. H. Pierpoat, public executions dressed was as follows: :

'! slow progress has been seriouslyfelt during this 1'jl 113120: :! j
Walkerof the Presbyterian church Mossrs. A. Greenhut, Wm. K. Anderson. TYmpwariir., ; pulse, ;
though! she was ; ; HOWARD TO FACE JURY.
e\'crto-L remf'mbered .
voyage respiration! I S2.It : .
G Rev. J. M. ; J. Geo. White, W. B. Ferris I
; at o'clock. It "Seventh that the thanks of the Dannelly, of the Palafox was reported early in the night
that she passed and John Christie Will Be Tried For First Degree Mur- f
passengers are due to the officers of Street Methodist church ; Rev. P. H. that Mr Gonzales had lost considerably !

'.'31'hed cjuarani the ship for their uniform courtesy Whaley, of Christ Episcopal church The committee will solicit funds der at Athens Ata.Athens !but about midnight! aided by stimulants -
i-, ,. ijioro sho ; Ala., Jan: 17.-The midwinter
under these very trying! circumstances
he rallied and from then on f'
., ;.. she is: in endeavoring to allay our uneasiness Rev. Fred. Jones, of the First Bap- for the society's support and will term of the circuit court is in session has held his own with no material
1';'1. divide the into four in this place. Judge O.
and excitement.\ tist church, and Rev. W. Q. Vree- city separate Kyle pre- change.
'ink The committee consisted of A. P. siding. '
districts. HIP fact that Mr. Gonzales' condition
land, of the Oadsden Street Methodist -
>r i.." ',' .ml., Lloyd, Louis 15. IVinei, 'c'r. .A rth".r The.I xocutivo committee Robert Howard, who Is charged remains unchanged has encouraged -

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Tl.if 'I Nichols Temple Beth-El, was also present posed, of the Ulcers, will meet short- Cullman, which case was brought to conceded by the physicians that If Mr. I i

t. I. -: 1 .it :::.' Pier ,I The report of this committee was and took an active part in the meetin ly to select subcommittees, these to this court on a change of venue, from Con/ales' condition does not weaken
is to be tried.
i--I' 'II Decatur Howard was
unanimously approved and resolutions work under the society's direction before this afternoon at o'clock there
'.'1' b I ''.i:v.Tan. t were adopted; condemning the ?. brought to this place last evening and will be greater hopes for his recovery.
I' a ">> .' principally in investigating! calls up- lodged In Jail to await the trial. Ha
at Sandy action of the management of the lane: Rev. Dannelly was the first speaker Yet it is understood that these reports -
: ,,' : -h-t! : is a member of of the i
one leading
ismrning.i is outlined in the committee's repo't.! after the choir had on the society to see whether or not do not Indicate improvement or I
.:a\.->. ;3 hoursi sung hymn all of aid. I families of this section and is himself! but
they are worthy loss means simply! that his case
I ai.f peed oft No. 3:3: The speaker gave a brief a prominent railroader.
:. ( Passengers Will Enter Suit. -- -- -- is at a !'tan.lstiand!\ that in the grayest -
I. tree days she New York, Jan. 17.-Many of the review of the society's workings, its TO (via A COLD i.v OM DAY I lie is charge with first degree murder developments will come the M lss.! i
fI" r'ss for her first call of the Louis I and has been denied bail a number
passengers St. purposes generally, and its future Take Laxative BromoQuinlneTablets. All All day long citizens and politicians!'
t;:; of times It Is possible that ha
11; weather declared their intention to enter suit druggists refund the money it it falls to who are present for the session of tho
d'n,' (Dually: with against the company, and their cases anticipations. He inferred that in rare. t:. W. Grove's signature is on each will be tried, next week.. legislature have crowded :Main street
box 2: -- -
TI'! ;peed! then ben were placed in the hands of lawyerson : some cases the society had been victimized Pope Will Be Chief Justice. where the different bulletins announcing I
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"', >a= 'priors he- board. by importers, and it wa the Columbia, S. C., Jan. 17.-The legs.: : Mr. Gonzales' condition are post.
theeiKirtt'iI THE HARTFORD lature will! have to fill a vacancy on ed.!
., i purpose of the society in future to ,
inabil-i| MYSTERY SURROUNDS KILLING the supreme court bench and there ia Tillman has made no further statement
"Y eame so InI j apprehend and punish all person no lack of material willing to serveIt from the one Issued last night.

ere hfld. nes- Body of Negro Found on Highway practicing such impositions, makingthe COMING HEREThe seems to be generally accepted that Tiilman's!! chief counsel Congressman

i f 'lemning the Pierced with Bullets. Associate Justice Y. J. Pope will bo Croft declines to discuss the mat.
f I' gospel have a rough as well as a
>r permitting i j I Columbus, Ga., Jan. 17.-Lying deadIn made chief Justice the vacancy being ter yet.

the road, with his body pierced with 1 smooth edge.Hecretary itinerary for the nautical treated by the death of Mr. Mclver.

-' !,."'its' hnii' rs com'o bullets Arthur Smith, a negro, was A. H. D'Alemberte rendered trainin;; ship Hartford bring that Many candidates are announcing Physicians Are Hurriedly Called.

''n"lIfll; do so found 200 yards from his home in the themselves! for the associate! justice Columbia. S. C.. Jan. 17-At 1 p. m.
,' ,ennuntcred extreme eastern part of Muscosee his report. The paper was addressed vessel to Pensacola April 2 for a stay ship. There are quite a number of r: nzal's' condition! Is extremely) critical

'M'pr th.oughout.: county late Thursday afternoon He to the ollicers and membersof of twenty-five days. The Hartford men mentioned for this place, among The wound has been te-dressed.

':! it Mfv a wholohneef had been shot from ambush, and was the society, and showed that since will go to Havana from Pensacola.: thorn being former Governor Sheppard Mrs. Gonzales is with her husband
to north. evidently Instantly killed. 1 of Cdgefield! : C. A. Wood of Ma. and will remain: with him.
1 vv violent! squalls Smith was a middle-aged! negro, anda the organization in :March 1'JUO! the She i is: commanded by Commander rion; J. A. :McCuliough of Greenville! ; A hurry rail has just been sent for

"n" those days the man: of family. His imputation was total receipts In cash had amountedto Reeder, who was recently received F. J. Jo'. Caldwell, of \pwbprry: : Senator several Columbia physicians to coma I

-' and r,0::' knots. rather\ory. For several years 2348.51 ; value in clothing, $32; with much honor at the court of St Gruber, of Colleton, and Senator to the Columbia hospital at once.

"if 1 saloon passen- he had been working en the place of iMdricb, of Barnwell. The physicians! believe the crisis is
'; .1 vast condition medicines, $12: ; wood, $10; rents. $ ;;; James in London.A .
of -
Ross at and It would be
I Snellings, but a day or two ago hand not surpris i
; Fine: they held anI changed his home to the Simpson incidentals, $110, making a grand GOOD UECOMMEXDATION."I Tilt 1UGI1T MEDICINE Ing if Gonzales died before nightfall. f

I I <: -n the smoking place 2 miles! away. total of 52,527.51. A balance of f 18.30 The rizht remedy at the right timeis His family Is within Immediate call, :
have noticed that the sale ofChambprlaln's
tl :\a\'i rensur'l He haj moved one load of furnitureto remained iu the treasury after 732 Stomach and Liver a friend indeed. You cannot be and are prepared for the worst.
his new home and was returningwith
too careful about having the !'
: .' ::- St. Louis another, when killed. His family cases had been relieved. Nino Tablets is almost invariably to those right Ii I I' An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. ,
remedy on hand when you need it.
'nation. I heard a gunshot; down the read widows had been given relief who have once used them," says Mr.J. I ome tine ago my daughter
resolutions! was It i is said by a man of knowledge !!)caught 1 a !ev< cold. Hhe complained
jre *
i bat paid, no attention! to it. A minute I H. Weber, a prominent druggistof i :
two of these '
I monthly had died
!1' issow, manJin3'I'i or two later when the mules came ; Cascade Iowa What better rec- and good Judgment that mot bad' of pains in her chest and had a

-e he headed for I up, drawing an empty wagon: they became three dropped for good caue, leaving ommendation could any medicine health caused by a bid liver. HE- .I. bad cough. I gave:: her Chamber- I
have than for PATICUIt.\ il the best liver tonic Iain's Cough Remedy according to
passenjsprs 1>0I I al'.rmed and investigated with four widows now monthly people to call for it
.. I passing: fast westa.iible. pro- when in need of such a remedy? Try which will liven up that member in I I I! directions and in two days she wa i I'r '
: the result that they discovered his vided for by the society., Two old them when you feel dull after eating good style and give you a great deal 'well,' and able to po to nchool. I r : ; i
;- A copy lifeless body( stretched out in the road. when you have a bad taste in of pleasure as well as satisfaction: in ;, have used this remedy in my family t '

was ordered to The killing Is a mystery and infirm men were regular charge, your mouth feel bilious have no appetite life Hold by allCLOSING druggi.ts. .. for the pan seven years" and have ,t. r

!iated Press. The as wa also a family of ten, headedby or when troubled with constipation never known it to fait Fays James r.

and are certain to be dp- I'renderga, merchant Aunato Bay
i committee, unan- Burnett's Vanilla Extract has outlived a helpless! father. The report detailed lighted with yon the prompt re1i'fwhich OUT. Jamaica, We-t India I-Iands. The :

criticism. It is the finest and purest pain; in the chest indicated an approaching .
p >> saloon : other expenditures and closed they aflorJ. For sale by all drug I,
passen- vanilla extract that can: be bought. I gists and medicince: dealers. :Merriwether, the Furniture man?:J attack of pneumonia, r ;
i meeting held with of thanks to the which in this instance
a profu-ion
was: undoubtedly -
at 111 :South Tarragona street i is i
: preparing -
Once tried ued.
always t.t
are to warded oil Chamber-
report: i by
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.s satisfactory: evnn physicians who had always stood MIN.RS' CONVENTION. to embark in a new business'and !lain's Cough H.medy. It counteracts J;

: I 'i'p St. Louis FOR LUMBERCall ready to respond t) the society'scall. is cloMusout the remainder of i, any tendency of a cold toward ;

'1 ',:.rbor Jan. 2 Will fleet In Indianapolis! Monday, the bankrupt stock of furniture and ''pnf-umnni t. Sold by all druggist .
,. on UEKKMAX LUMKKIlj i and medicine! dealers.
T. household
I at
goods astonishingly
of 1,200 Del
> see Jat s t ----
j Kev. P. H. Whiley was the next
CO. for estimates before placing !
orders for lumber dlG-lta the eldest in ;
an': hat she your speaker. Being point --- I
was _. I !. of Ui" rntdfiff'! Workers, i 1 ;MEAT\ & MALT has a marvelous fine line of Italian Parlor
'_ I
"' 0' .ag day: I.'a.\ { of constant mini-try in Pensacola,j
: O. ;M. Pryor will i''ll'ou furniture I Is due to arrive !ia Indianapolis tomor-- dietetic value.V bil<* refrehim and Sails and odd they
; peces ;
.. ".11Jf n"\'s.-afJ'[ cheaper than any other house in his address was very interesting. In j row afternoon at :320.I :! pleasant to take, it helps simila-, > i
1'1rl'lmr\ ;;. I j the city. Mr. )ftrb..ll111! he met by a small thin of fond Sul.1 byDANNHEISSER ire belterct1uZchcflpertltan !
I the course of his remarks, he stated
iir committee
has lV'I'on I eorpmltteo: at OreerSeli tomorrow afternoon. :::: uno:;. ;.ever. I
: this condition: was; rJ.A\D CEMENT: at that his whole heart was in this S -
..'ment .f $2:! 60 per b.irrc 1. A V. CI.VBBS ,i and wII be escorted Into the Hare seen those shav !I The finest line of uiebrpllai in the
": : ( the: com. II I i i Corner llru atiJ iurden streets. charitable work, which! is more Ij' rit)". A small dinner party will be i you !, city is at J. I. citephens'. Go looi:

asi i I plainly exhibited in Pensacola thanat given! at one cf the hotels. Monday j in; 8tllnds and music cabi- at them.
accident -
so far -
mornng Present! Mitchell will! open nets at Jllarston $ (Jitina's. jj j
..;p aware has occur- any other place in which he had I If you should vi it! the Union depot
MONEY the miners'! convention In Tomlicson! j jtall. the Christ-
Just thing
'' Southampton: to im- I beeu stationed. Rev. Whaley talked : j j for a or be in that vicinity, don't fail
1 : this ship. The de- mas present. to in at Goldrin No. 3saloon.
W. R Meriwether, at 112 South On request of the central labor drop 8
and j
'y such as might! have Tarragona l street, has money to loan I a way unIon. the: merchants In the central You will! receive a hearty welcome

___ 'y expected from the in any sum you may require at low ated a good deal of interest among part of the city will decorate their Hot Chocolate with and find the choicest brands of liquors i t

t I rates of interest on personal security many who had not hitherto been in- places with the national colors Mon I Whipped Cream at Solo kept in the city.
:11111',1 Cure for Tiles
___ J7tf terested.A day. Monday night will occur the mon's. ,
1, I'.leedmg or Protruding public demonstration. Hot French Waffles with

<*.' ,4 gIst will refund your 'PORTLAND CEMENT at nominating committee to came I' President Mitchell Samuel Gompprs, Fo ey's Kidney Cure Florid Cane Syrup at
$2 M barrel.' A. V. CLUBBS,
OINTMENT Jails to cure per
Corner Bru and Garden titreets. officers for the next year was select- l!: iJ.nt.of the American Federation mikes; kidneys and bladder fight SOlomOn'B.'R

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I' Women Well Men --

Much Speculation as to Disposition of
Are Made Miserable by Property.
With muscles drawn and throbbing j
I BROKEN PROPELLER San: Francisco, Jan. 17.-Considerable
with pain and joints swollen, stiff and Kidney Trouble.
tender,rheumatic patient is as helpless speculation! ; haa arisen as to the
IUd dependent though bound hand and effect the:: death ol Alice Tevis will I

t foot. Ko disease causes such intense suf- For Days Siggon was at Sea's Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis- have: ca the dlspcs.tlon of the propsr- I

faring, such sharp, nerve-racking pains i i courages and lessens ambition; beautyvigcr ty lea Ly her father, Hugh Tevis, and f

as Rheumatism and this unfeeling monster llercy. and cheerfulness soon the late: Mrs. Susan B. Tevis. '
,unless checked, crushes the strength I I'I 'i :' disappear when the kid- a
The Call: that in accordance {
ad hope of its victims. { neys are out of order says infants and Children.
When the system becomes infected with CREW AT .LAST .RESCUED. "or diseased. with the vlll made by Hugh; Tevis

tJric Acid and other like poisons they are Kidney trouble has shortly before his death almost his en has borne
\o: The Kind You Have Always Bought the
: sijjna.
Absorbed into the blood and lodged in the ; become so prevalent' tire estate of ?I.O'0fluO! will pass to
After Flying Distress Signals and Be II. Fletcher and has been made
ture of Clias. under
and Then with that his
<: muscles, joints nerves. | it is not uncommon the widow, Mire Cornelius U. Tevis.

= the suddenness of an electric shock, pains' ing Passed by Five Steamers, Liner 'b' 1 for a child to be born When the late Susan B. Tevis died personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no on,)
begin to shoot through the muscle or joint : a afflicted with weak kid to deceive you' in this. Counterfeits, Imitations
she left :1tI.1"JustasgOOtI"
affected,huh often swells and'i. Pennsylvania Comes to Aid of Disabled \ { neys. If the child urinates a large portion of her estate,

inflames, and becomes tender, j ji Vessel. ap too often, if the estimated at $!;500,000, to her grand. are but Experiments and tLtj

.. feverish and sore. Unless urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child i daughter, Alice. Under the laws of health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

f treated through the | New York, Jan. .-The steamship reaches an age when It should be able to California, this sum will now pass to I

\ -c blood Rheumatism Pennsylvania, which arrived today control the passage it is yet afflicted with I the little: son of the late Hugh and I The Kind You Have Always Bought

'-- I bsd-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of I Mrs. Cornelia B. Tevis.
finallytendingrjut from Hamburg, brought into port 13
1..j the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first Bears the Signature of
shrunken muscles, distressed seamen who were taken off step should be towards the treatment of I Alabama Tax Lands Scld.
I immovable the disabled Norwegian steamer Sig
joints these important This unpleasant
E= | organs.
I Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 17.-Gaunt
I shaky nerves, and gone trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
V the;"ilil'ha;, 0'1 I Ii On Jan. 15, the same day on which !i kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as ; Crebs. a well known citizen and capitalist r

,' i crutches. The cure she came up with the St. Louis, the most people suppose. I I of Kansas City, Mo, has purchased

of Rheumatism can Pennsylvania fell In with the Siggon, j Women as well as men are made mis- from the state all the tax landsof 4
t4 i q Beyer be complete or permanent until the erable with kidney and bladder trouble, Walker count. The lands in question ,
lying helpless in the trough of the
acid blood has been purified and the system sea and both need the .
same remedy.The
I Itaxes. In Use For Over 30 Years.
in the for
were bought by state
cleansed of all poisonous matter. i iS. and flyfng distress signals. The cap. mild and the immediate effect, of I
A : S. S. does this promptly and surely, I'' tain of the Siggon asked to be taken Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold It was said yesterday that the TMr (' co......... n .u..... .....nT, .rw"0." r.n

because it is a perfect blood medicine, off. and w! h his crew on board the by druggists, in fifty- 'IV total: of the tax lands of Walker coun-1 I L .

'O +. and an antidote for the irritating acids Pennsjlvania. The Siggon sailed from cent and one dollar I". .::: ,: ty would amount to 17,000 acres. The ( --- -- - -- - -- ----.

tc t that cause Rheumatism. t11. Sidney, C. B., on Jan. 7. On the 10th sizes. You may have a ftlir '.;.ii. :;: It"' price paid by Mr. Crebs for the Walk. ,
b S. S. S. purifies and invigorates the -*** ;" .......
sample bottle by mail lands was not made public W.
'AA d she lost her propeller and as the er county I B. WRIGHT
polluU-, stagnant Loi> and when a iiiS GOfflPflJiy
also tell- .
free pamphlet nome of ____ __
weather IClas
tal, was tempestuous the \ ,
free, healthy emulation iagiin e<- very all:l about it. including many of the I
fished the corro-lirr panicles are craft became After \ 1 Hc
gritty { unmanageable.
thousands of testimonial! letters received
Y.. \iashe'l out of the drifting ICO miles oS shore during a from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer ifIea I i l i MANUFACTURERS AND DEAL RS |SLUMBER ;
[ :i
S achingmusdecandr period of five days In which time five & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and AdveIhlis1llll1sF II ;; = "
ill and
joints, the : LATHS
ssf i't
a; lon;el for relief steamers were sighted and signalled! mention this paper. {Ii i iIon't I I /. .J> ,
t without the : i I
reply, Pennsjlvania hoveIn
comes and the cure Duke any mistake;: but re-1
is permanent because the came has been sight As the Siggon was deeply member the name, Swamp Knot. ONE CENT A WORD. LL I I SATED CYPHE 8 S INGm---!: ; !: removed and r<>thiug remains: in the blood laden and a dangerous menace and Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root and the I ,

w4 ; to produce another attack there appeared:: no possibility of towing address, Bicghauuou, N. Y., onevery 'IU 11' *1'0 1.tN 1). -.- PENI=ACOLA. FLA

J, Write for special book on :itL eumatistn.r her to port, the sea cocks were I I bottle. ... .-- -

The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.: opened and there was no doubt she j J MONEY TO LEND 011 improved'

I went to the bottom. real estate: in large or siu.illaii.ount
e, st ; i N ON ?. j t at low rate of interest I WOQD.

1 Took Overdose of Laudanum. C-ill: on Llie E. Kiunk?1. atturtity !
t Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 17.-J. Cl I', $52CCO. Five Men Killed: and Four Injured on' at law. 204'j! S: Palafox :'it., Fishubuildiu !I WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH WU3EK 1'R.-\Df'

Johnson, a white: 'man about 40 yearsof I| Texas Man Wins In Fight Against; New Eattleship Massachusetts.! j jWashington 3mlm ,I THIS WINTER THAN EVE fEFCRE
Jan. 17.-Admiral Hig- "
+ who had come to Jacksonullfrom I tt
age '
York Brokers. MONEY 1 O DAY-Do teed i
ginscn cables from San Juan P. I{., !: you
-u Greenwood, S. C., to accept a position New York Jan. 17.-:Mltb.a.l H. iiH'Urj? You eau borrow any SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCaAL
under today's date, by an explosion
f on the steam tug McNeil of the Thomas of Dallas Tex., has won aj I I If amount you want today on easiest: : I

r 1 Peacock, Hunt & West Naval Stores I :(;:Lt for $5UO') in the United: States of powder in the 8-inch taret of the true and lowtht: rates aiy where Thompson Olsen r.C C

company, committed suicide: at a )loJg- co'Jrt. the amount cf his verdict being I battleship Massachusetts five men i'btaiuabif, on unproved city real : :i.,
lag house known as the Central hot t were killed and four injured. estate-fioui Wm. Fisher, W\}:, H.
the dtfeiuire between I
the price of Palafox Street. lu-tl Manresa Street
None were commissioned: officers. Telephone 147.
$ isp i tel on Bridge street by swallowingfour 23.9u bales: of cotton on the day his I -- -- ---- -- --- _. -- -= ._-_-- ::!
ounces of laudanum. He was brokers sold him out and that on the IF YuU want to borrow money, invest i

Iff found seated In a chair In the hall by I clay a month later when he orderedhis Carnegie Library For Wilmington. I money, injure your property ESTABLISHED 1863.McKENZIEOTING.

the stove and his position when found XI'York sold. Wilmington N. C., Jan. 17.-Through procure abstracts of title, buy or -
; holdings Mr. the efforts of Mr. Jchn H. Gore I fell real estate, rent of
t 1- was that of a man who had dozed I Jr. property &
s wts lucking a panicky: market cltv.1Ir. d\j have rents collected CO.
There I a prominent young lawyer of this any caption
off to sleep. as no evidences
li on a dollar: margin and the brok or jour taxes attended to.
1 Andrew Carnegie of New York, II oAL.aa in- 0
i .of any or suffering. I ers advised him: to sell. lie did not call on <-r address Tlior. C. Watson
offers to give J23.000; to
t} 4 want to do! so, and the brokers gave erect a public & Co.. Real Estate: and Insurance I

'1 Cracksmen In Occnee County. him S minutes! \ 'n: which to put up free library building Wilmington, i I Agents, l'tu.acoa, Fla. Charge: Ship Chandlery and General >jlardmare> ,
4 prodded the city agrees to appropriate underlie. To who
011 j buysa
Athens. Oa.. Jan. 17.-The store ?:t1.I -fI) adJtonal: : : margin.: '' everyone I
t James T. Low at High Shoals, Ga.. I4l I He replied! that the margin asked $2,y-t annually for its maintenance.; lot from u* we will lend mrUt'1 008 AND 60S 8. PALAKOX STUKKT.REVERK .
Major \VaddelI will call '' with which to build a hou-f. ,
i a special '"
blown safa ,
was open by professional .A.G-EN'0'2'
was not in his contract and added :
blowers who secured $450: in I an mr.eting! of the board: of aldermen! to COPPER COMPANY JOHN
money order to !1IJ.1 the cotton and a threat i HIIHIl'J'JJ.1I1't..U'hool.. A. ROEKLINO'S toOllJ
.t i and notes. The same cans cracked I to hold: the brokers personally: ; tame potion on the proposition. :Mem-i __ ____ I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUI'\EL bON'O prlU'rIaun
r 'esopa: -
r the safe in the store of McRae & Hud- sible !if tlKjdisobexed.; i I b. rs audit of the an1 rM.rmane! board anj boardof KlNUKMiAIU'EN will be. : !: Car '&s PaiD1! Sils, iisticil' !osroir.iat! ts, CSrt, iit'tm, flu:

r : geson, at \\ athm! nlle. Ga.! taking the The! blotters sold the finanre\e\iiresseJ them. ;| "pel'ft.t at 3-> Dart \\ street, '
iay, Rum of $,nh an,1"aaahle papers.i ?Ir. Thrmns. !cotton and informed selves today as Leinz in fat'r of the O.:t. I U' Mass Margaret Muclay.ll.tlll COMM!>*MI'S, L(1Crt. .TeI

There is no clew t.i the rohbFrs.t I he v.TilJ not Ikreo'.ied that :;'! movement and Mr. Cod says he foolsafsnrf.i i :.ttiM : .I.Kenzie: Oertin; nllectin! A ent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A.'
rccognizo the tracsaeti.nand :
---- -- -
'! ; that the )I' prn-Itn: will |K> ,.. eiitinn.
t I ) when the market soared again he' a'ctj-tej and Wilniin: ;tcs will have Oi->-.Jl.. > .. ,
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES. or ', rod >. The ,
a ? the splendid ruble; library In a shorn
-- they had al ; a
i1 London. Jan. 17.-Cuthbert Hall cane to X .w York and began suit. i, Hat. Toilet Article, It tar Oil .
l 1 I I tc 321): We-t Uovernmeuitrtet.. '! ,
+ tales, artonlin:; to the London! correspondent lit. Murder In First Cegres.
wireless Memphis! Tesn., Jan. 17.-Sam MillcTwho t
of The Tribune, that b'ur.urt. _
-- __ : I jFensacola Florida
;# ,' telegraphic messages of a private; came here from Kansas City FUR HE\ 1-L.rieeyVfront! room?:, ,
Challenger Framed
character are now passing ifgularlj Comp'ete'y! and a few weeks ago with the avowed in- turiiMiea, with or without hoard i i3W -
t e between England! and Canada. Half! Plated. I ten1:Ion of IIlohis; wife ant who Ei-t: tial-.deiitreet. jIJ-lw' Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
Darmal to:1. Scotland. .Jan. 17Shan't '
,r it. New York. Jan. 17.-The Standard or k II! is now completely shot heto death in hr store onMain FOR-1I\; r-tj.ronin cuiiige on \Y- :

R Oil company has adopted: a plan togo I ed and more than half plated.! fram'l street was today roav ted of Chair near DeVlllicrs ftreet- : Beautiful Lots for Sale.
rnrfer in the first decree He will
; .
Our 3 loom and one :2 room u > irtmeuts -
; into effect\ at its plant at constJ..1ble : Sir Thomas! Lipton a.ri.ed; here to ;
bf =f-rtprrcJ to hang: by Jude Moss at 213'\: Intendeiicia ,.ire -
r i, twr Hook, w1He1.00() men are era-j t tP I I iI.SII(ct the challenger! anJ complete ,,. on'I!, nday. I II ', All in good order. Apply to Pat t.1 j; 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, according

ployed to give! each man who responds the arrangements: for launching her. To I I lcHIII1.: tijinlv..1'1IJ. to location and surroundings.

It, a!, to a fire at the plant a ton of coal In I 1 a repusentathe' of the. Associated CHILDREN POISONED. ------- -- -- --

t1 addition the company will continue :.I I Press he said: Many children are pot;"oned and i \ i, Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful Vietd

k the system of paving the men 25 cent 'I made and weak if not kill ,
am very much pleased at the nervous WAXTED-\11 kii.ds of empty beet High Fertile Lands.

:tj t an hour for such volunteer fire duty.Waco. progress made. Everything: has gone ed outright: by mothers giving them ; not'ks. !x A. Knedman. i.'J-tl' ,-Dry-

;tk Tex. Jan.: 17.-The resisna. nicely in spite of the fire and other couch syrup containing opiates i i-em.ilo lit lpWANTED At'utted
i i ; The grandest opportunity for investment ever
l t tion of n-. Frark Pate. rector of St. : hindrances. Foley'-i H.-npy and Tar i i.. a !'af<, and i I :
P Paul's (church this city, for the past I I When asked what he thought of the I certain remedy for cotiirh, croup -Ladies to learn hairdresiLg ,i offered in Pensacola.

i + 13 years'was accepted last night; and j i chances of Shamrock III if those whophor.resled ii'd lung trouble and i* the only I. manicuring and f.u-i:u'''
I rmmiiiHnt h medicine that con uiu-sale. Four wet k'" complete Should See These Lots.
wire his that Columbia cnn i i iHino Rome Seekers
Dr. Paso immediately acceptance I would still Catalogue .
o ia'eaorothfTpoiSons.V. ----- -
i of the rectorship: of St. John! exceed the new defender were
I New Orleans, La. j jl;; :
A. D'AIetnberte, 121 S. Palafcx
h+, ")Yg I (church I'.ronklyn. He will leaveitfc I correct. Sir Thomas replied! : treet. --. .------.---- .A..rrV. 01 bbs
his family for Brooklyn next month. : "If the new defender does not beat I 1.\.1. .1111.1'1'1:1)- : .
i --- u ---- -- ---- -- --
$ New York. Jan. 17.-Cornelius Van I Columbia, our chances are most rosy." c jx s T o :n i jffi, I I MEN-Our illustrated cat.ilogue: explains Corner Garden and Bru Streets.

I f derhllt has: so far convalesced from CRUSHED BY ELEVATOR. Bear tht.KNKUAI. ire Kai: Ill Hate At: : s eOC4t' ;: how we teach barber trade ,,
his attack o' hypLoid fever that: he A ; in short time ; mailed free. MolerCollie
:I .t. : New Orleans Li. jlo K. 0. BUKST, WM. H K OWLY.W.! K. HY11L.JP.., J, H, HPresident. !
I ij4it it was told thr.t in all probability, if tha Shocking Accident to Young Society cb.Ad.: --- ------- Vloe rr811lldnt. Cisbler Ait't .'uGrr1'irstIioi
; Improvrm: {continued he would M Girl of New York. THREE: young men from IVn-acoIa

able to po driving in a week or ten I Santa Barbara Cal.. Jan. 17.-Miss and vicinity at once to prepare fur j
f II 1 : days Varderhilt has born up for Caroline I FKKNCH: oICJH lit 1.1'. Positions in the Government r;..r- '!
Kelly, a young society womanof v\cc.. to lnter StateCorrea.Curt.CedarHlpid | Bank k
\ Aj-pl.V -
Sri several days aril i is now well enoiizh: New YOI
k. has ;;
suffered shocking '
Following i i" schedule of the *, 1<1. ti 4'mi IFUlC. i
tt to walk about the rooms of the house. I injuries In an elevator: accident in the I fOrernmentsteaii.GenE'rl11 l Frenc1 ,

Troy. N. Y.. Jan. 17.-Carl AllreJChristiansen Pottes hotel.] Thich THE NEWS print for the i ijenefit AJ..l I

t master mechanic at the i;i As Miss Kelly entered the car she of the merchants who sh'pi! FOR :SALI1 Second-hand set of I OP PENSACOLA. FLA.DII1.13'OT01EtID .

+ Watnliit arsenal who had charge ol !! tripped; and fell. The elevator for I heir goods to the \ariotn army j jpr.ts I'jrne-*, in good order. Apply to
1 the construction! of the 16-inch gun some unexplained reason shot upward, : I '1'hn=. Ptblproom 410, Thie-eubiuldirir. I 1WM.

crushing her against: I t.eaves t'.nsacoJa......_. _...... .:. i'M>s. m. jaiiTtf
which will! be formally tested at Sandy i the floor above. .,acre Karraprns........ .. ...._. :::iI' a. m i KNOV/LK3.. W A. BLOUr.T. F. C, 3REN1- It It'l t
Hook todaydi!i i. 1 lat evening of paralysis Anip'itatirn of one of her legs will I :'jteave Hickrns .._. .- 8 (0 ". mufdv of'!' D. G. BItZ:?T,
et 3a' i Hires! His I bf and the shook I s Birraocai.... ".is... m. i iI A liAKUAlN can be had in one
i after two days' II necessary may provefatal. I ',"IW" ns'ieola .... .. ___ ., .. .lil.i( a. inrnvcs I the finest re-idenc and m..-t de1siriliie
; death is d'roetly' : trl\bl\ to the I j She is a sister-in-law of louis! \ Karrancu" 11:10 n. tn. and then I : H'tiuof; Northwest Hill I 1

rt ? I great strain! put upon !bin during the ;, GivemauJ: a wealthy silk .urns lukes to a I'.arraDCH'trip to hurt. 3lcSee 'and then re i I -ubjrctto !guaranteed l-ti-P at fair:' }rml 5 u M Sl wdtiw!i!!* felJ KMteM uffH 9l& v::ilWe

y hh" past four }'>ars. : of New Ycrk, li'a\i' >g Knrraccas ..... ...... 1:1:1 p. m. ;: fi'f thiee jear<. Plan o' "-.:,u-e can tmM
{ [Leaves 1'icken ..... 1:15 p. m i lii seen at office. A. V. 'lubn---. ',
y r pi New York. Jan 17.-After pending t... i for nearly 2" dears, nearly all the I| Kidnaped. I .....HS firkins _._... 5:15 p. m :, Pens .cnl:+ ___ ___ _. __ 6n-2w.: draw our own Kills of Exchange on Great Britain < f
I! "? a"htIJoI\l's i Arrive Barrancas 3:30 m. and mak"t ,
F I) Daisy diamondsvere: p :
I 2HX> suits brought against the United: I to McKee and return. FOR I"ALE-l he mot de=lrabte gill
rip Germany FranAustria! Italy, Holland: Spain, Uolyium) R's:
stuVn.! they? in' the I
j were ininnl patient I II
lots the term,
in on by
+ Ii States gov' Tnaient by importers ot! I I| Oa Hedue-daj> and Saturdays the city Pay
j' t and ether European countries,
., i l hat trimm'mps! have boen cleared off new sp.ipor tnun. Mippres-Mns, ; :I ylwn. i oat wi'l l leave IJtrranca-j Pick. the P'i-her Real Estate A-tfncy way, rwden, Douniark ------
"No. conve-tf the Miterprisir? pro** fur Pensacola at 6:30 2o4tj) Smith PaUfox. IHiltnIIoiiM
'C'i m. !
the calendar. While th'reIs a total: ;, : p. :e.o-Ve'l'leI8 Disbarsad upon the Moss Favorable Terns ana HIII !
., i(. of jr.o.Oini.firO involved the I meat: : "Ih,') were kulniipi-O. she had The General French i fs for armycrpnsPs ----jl.u-r i ;-: >-. ,I Obligations: Taken Payable at Pori of Bestirstkn Ten or Fifteet8ft&r Dsyl
l nearly thetas Mt' in her troth and they had to I ;> only and any outsider mintIIVP Vessel Arrives Here.
cr ; #I; government has escaped with payments I take her tm" -t'liwinnati "ommcreial. a pa=s from the quartertaater HOARIJINU f HOUSE at Wht'..let

< ,I ., aggregating only JS.f'00.000.:: Only i i I :5 take r n.=?a>re II J her. ,, Hprlna! J, Mary E-thtr, Fl.i.. Mr*. Safety Deposit BOxeR for Rent in Connection
Ipl .: ;I about lOt of these cases are left, it is ; Condon rrupri tres. All the
with which we harn A Prime uartnent for tbeQN
r rt:! 1 1 '\\ said and the aggregate of the claims! E. W. PEAKS, I comforts of home at very reaona

r.; itr Is about $.:, .OOO. In cambia (ounty Circuit Court, State ble rate Northern tourists will of Rentctra.I .
I' I.' ; Electrical contractor and bun,,,, rt Honda-ln Lhl&ocery. fii.d this an ideal place: to spend a I 1-- .

will do your electrical work in firtl.i5s Louisa Lolman i I,I portion of the ason. 12nlm
ii'it -* style and at rpa*unable rateo.He i C. W. PfeitTer tl a!. ) .l\1I.... l1anf..ctu.... .. '
can be found at 30 South Palafox I On the Sddiv of -
street. Phone 203. atbedebndaots.tilt' Jos trblitz Brtwrrv i H. ALFMAN. ud ;ke315i M. D.
: Co.a corporation. Smith Bros. A ('0.. i South PaUfox! Re
street. coverfa
Ltd.. n corporation.Jobo T. \\ IllIam. an.tngbustavS FOR THAT COLD. Offic: 17 j{ S. l'aldoL
And what little force yourself] to
3 I, you I.I.J I aa T Tlor A \Vllliamt. K.W I ; and repainnof! umbrplla* and
; *tt does not have the right tate! CA.STOn.A. ..!....Ueo. mid as surviving psrtnrr parasols a !'pecl lty. Silk! covers TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. | flouts from Sto9a.m.andl: 1 to p, 3
f.. What's the trouble? The stomach i U 8with* / Ill K,1d Vrc Haffl A' SjagcNOT1CK. of the late firm ol l>.' Urau. A)mar It ('0 ,J.I..Truelowdoing I alwivs: on hand. jan3 ,
'I''I bGslnem a* Truslow & I Cures ConsumptionCoughs, cd after o'clock
1 out of order, the liver inactive and !
II 8ptue ? {
; 1 ; ;. Co. W. B. belknap A 1'0., a corporation '
.f. the bowels are con=tip\tpd. You 01 tiGGlW.l.i Wm. Crawford Jas E. MchoN. Louu I ANYONE wanting bored wells '!Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma! Phono OO.
need Hf)*tetter'< Ktoimch Riftpr< at hottTlJ08. M. McCanby, bos. W. .\n. fence pots or anything: the -
s H. Buchanan aid I gro- i PneumoniaHay FcvcrPlcu. :
---- -- nl5ton, tn. W. R Frrrts.p4rtnrrss -
It will TONE ('I'TH.HtHUCH I Ir
f Once. Austin. NlcboU\ I eery or dry goods line will do
r / BESTORR THE AHI'KTirE 1'R.-.CT1 I N.*w York CoDdfDstd Milk "'0., a corpora-! i wisely i before purcha.-JLg to "ee I). ;, risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness. \ JOHN S. BEARD.ATTORNEYATLAV. .
it TngpltiE TItNAVD OPEN t'l' THE Ion.Tb" Vnirrlcan 1 obacco Co.. a rorpura- I.\I: forritt, Olive FU. ]17IwltK
1 CLOGOKl ROWEL Then you'll let1httter i I I have been authorized to take: I lion.and \\n."rt Tobacco Co., a corporation j Sore Throat, Croup and .
t" 'ab ;
TKV, BOTTI. T11-DAY. I' >IU'\'A I.
I t ib-in tiere'n. "Whoopb Cough.
a21\1301 ? :
i paper "The Conimoner. I I OffiCfo=-:rjtf) Thiesen HUI.i'
i t 'r f',. will do you ji'Wd. I rue price is $1.W per year in advance. i f ir-rbls!i.ure order",n-t-euuvf IS I. hot "ubl..h.l wrrk* in on THE e a I1 At w.ek Y lB. L DIAMOND, the tailor ha r". ; NO CURE MO PAY. HourS:30 a. m. tl' : :..,

: i Those desiring the p&r""r< Dfwspapcr published: It. said tscamtiiacouotT. : moved to 11,4 Wet G )\"EfnIDf-Ilt Pries 50c. and SI. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE I II Office

HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH in haven sent to them by pi=r.diuf I A.M.: McMlLUN.Clerlt street oppo-ite Express (mee.I ';, 2:30 p. m. to6:3iJp. nli ,
I I tOt> the und r*knt'd. Circuit Court.SKL' I where he i* prepared to rInD, re- I i will repair your wutcboo H. M. R')(-H.:, [ By rt. H HCRTOF.1'.C. I pair ar.d pre=s ladle I and zl'ntleI In first-class: style. J. 1 '1 \HbaslDfH "Dtru!tfd to m. ,..

I .. BITTERS I Care: Daily News i'ru.acola, F1&, bte.:7, IWi.! d:9.awrw I menu tailor made suit!?. 16'iaa;' I ?tef hens. t I,i' "promf t and diligent attention

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't1t tip \ *', I
1-f\ ,
''on tie sacred and '! i'\i "
ri body offl police spy.
t >
that proved him a desperate man If !

k rot a conspirator. He was defiant ,r: f.-

OF RUSSIA ; when put on examination, and the upshot HARPER '(."f',' ,; ..t'A

was that Le was taken to the I. .f ; -i

fortress of St Peter: to be held for ,. ,
[Copyright 15D:, by C D I.e1''is.] .I
i further inrcs rst.: a. That :simply li
So..n ju'ter :; : "
reaching; St. PettT'-brr:: iJ\
meant to be be;id lit the pleasure cf [,
Foundation on my glole circling trip I f<.'"..::'.1 rim I i.tmericin W1USKT i'I
I fie! hid of iol.c: No papers WI'I't1'H'r I ,
: ; wl-o had J,;"t a:':.', eei T.t: I served on him nor was ho ever I ,

i nnrnlJ! ;:;. a l.n tram Siaii-forl, (V.'i.. '' taken into eouit. lie was put into a | :t '

tailll..l.Iea II. He was the dark damp coil, confined to prison fan 't "

II i Food invent c: the wire clothe-IIne: anl and treated like a criminal It was Y I : 1

having patented it in liis'rnJ, three mouths before he saw any other '; .

Germany anal other foreign face than the j il'r's.! Then a police 4
rlC"j ottjcial! came to ak! him if he would "
Lad Ku-Ma: with "'
agree to leave Russia and never returnIn (
oltjict In view. He
AboVe AIL was a .
of release
case .
V Yankee! from t.i> to bottom. I ". ot by a long shot:" was his ready ;

I Lad scarcely shaken hinds with I reply "For every month jou hold me < -.f'.

r him when he Informed me that the police in here I'll demand $;uOeM e\tra. and I IVDAILY : ; '

--Food that forms the greatest fund of already had a spy on his; track I if Uncle) Sara doe u't back my lawsuit j ". ',

vitality is the food that contains the greatest and"I'm added her:, tn straight business, I every out of Hid the well Connecticut" will more i Physicians prescribe it .:;. : .

of I At the end of seven months he was I for their most delicate : \
amount strength-giving properties. ani. I'm lure to patient and sell the :
set at liberty. lIe started for the i
right to manufacture the Y ,
: patients.
only galvanized -
la c American legation: but was interceptedand

The grain which makes the flour which wire tlolhisliiie ever invented. If taken to the depot and forced to I OLD and PURE. ;

the police kt me :alone I ';shad bait tutor a tram. Two o'Jicira aceompanied -
makes Uneeda Biscuit must to For Mle; : byPnnnheisser ,
d possess a high anybody, but if they! tackle me they'llwake him to the frontier, and he re j jeeh .

degree the elements of nutrition. tip a baniful of bumblebees." ed such a solemn warning; against Bros. '

It was Mr. Bulvvell's intentions after attempting to re-cross the line that he i
never tried it. He filed a claim on ,:

---This is necessary, not only to reach the days knocking to visit; about the American for two or location three reaching: tie United !States, but it wa ,.. '

a highest standard of food value, but to maintain I and solicit advice on how to piocecd to pigeonholed and heard of no M. more.QUAD ,: {U UU\.' (\ eNICK'S' :.

, the same degree of excellence without any devia- rot his:; indent.e set out 1 V* **t. Petersburg I Ii !\J'Mt : '

I in ('olnpan '. It \vasae cause A < I I

tion in each and every baking. I ( f oar coming! to :grii.f. The' spy who Venice owes the accumulation of

I Lad been follow ; him appeared to lie great; wealth from a new industry: to

For that does Inure alert than before; but, fearing I one of her natives named Jo jnin. It i tL}
goodness j
that r.idvvtll would do something' rash, was in the year ItSO: that he observed

good Unceda Biscuit belongsto I I did not mention the fact of our bring i! that the scales of a fish called the

i !I lodged: lie did not catch on until the bleakfish possessed the property of giving I '.

the family of bread and meat. j afternoon of tie M/cond day.Ve tlll'lII a milky hue to water. After experimenting I

rIJ Sold in the In-er-seal Package were knot l king about on foot and tore with it he discovered that n TAUallT T ..
In the when lietvalkesl .r
I national aquarium when beads were dipped into it and
4 with red and white sealNATIONAL
straight up to the spy, tappedhim then dried they assumed the appearance 1I.

on the shoulder and said of iK arls. This covering, however, 'I. '

I "Look!: hrro Mister Man, have you was easily worn away, and successive I

X I any business: to transact with us.1He experiments led to the manufacture of

BISCUIT COMPANY I I sieihe in I'.n: ;:Ii-h, and the Bus hollow glass beads, all blown separately MENUS

.ian could not de-istand a word of it. then polishi-d in revolving cylinders

lie rviduitly i sot the drift of things '
and finally coated inside with the Comprise all the Up-to-
wwevtr.Had bI'IUI'II greatly surprised pearly liquid the latter being protectedwith '
Date Dishes the Markets
iiul :tnu".'I' l at being addressed in that wax. This: brunch of industry Is -
of the World .
of'l'andf:tshion.Vo carried on in Venice to this day.ot '
--- \ went out, turned into Wnr
\n 01.1 C.nme. i I (:.ln..i :Mnllralile ai Lend. SECRET OF DIGESTION. ,'1:1'1';: and entered a wiur!'hop, Uidwcll > even does the shrewd instinct of

h one IIf the company you Louis KntilTeld a I'.avarian j:1ts.: I>rrs 'ntly went to the door to she if the animals always prevent them from eating j'.,

f each one fur some animal. worker mt\I's: \ extraordinary claims Tb- Relation of DraIn Action to the spy was around and! almost bumped food which is Injurious. In "III-

a given signal each one shall for a new Kind of glass\ he has just Foode Kul. than: him. tina from OKHI) to lixiHK) cattle per Ladies' Private

I ur her ni me aloud. You diMvtrtd, It is fl'vsof such nature Some on a dog l'OtlN'rn- "
s : a experiments Now tlion. you menu looking: son fit annum are i isomil each year and die

in taili one's ear (after telling; tint it will not Ion'Ithat\ tan !>e iug the effects of pirsc.nal liking fur n gnu, but this i is a little: too steep:" exdaiiuiil as the result of eating two poisonous Dining P3rlor..,

to shout elephant to Letj IK.T1.11. iiiiilitd in :ii.y
he hammered without ti cataMrophe: recently made by' a well known scientist. warll:!!;:. aid ouw"- -while great' losses ale sustained .

the signal i, given, and amid shiiit, a ela'i that is as malli'.iMo as The results are turwiis and interesting lie s.'izid the fillovv)' tile shouldersand each year in the southwest country

.1 sili-me the unlucky "c1E- lead or any other tni'tal.Vilh an -1.IIlI1l'tl him about in a tnuiticm.tni'er from stock eating the loco weed. Regular, Dinner Daily.
,uts his name aloud. ordinary goblet] made of this now material lint it wasn't more than a It is estimated bj the census office
It was! found that I lime article of dint
-- joi ('Iii h.ininur :a nail into a I nlnu'o; Infoio live or six police-men that electricity has entered into the ,
t TunCIte TI.lcr.unht tuiurh Ixiard You Iii. hole' which tins annual was particularly
: can rt a in
were at hand: and both' of us were until daily life of the country to the extentr I Short Orders Promptly
'"' ; some butler: ;.: pane and thou !patch it with :inither fund, of met with a great How of the r arrrst and being hurried -.
1 "his buturs l tter. awaj.We $7 for each man'uvolnut and child lillr Imtrr, piece of the same kind of glass: gastric Juices and were accordingly digested ; VV.TCt'.r: -t takers to a police station In the United States. Of this amount

1..1 to-r bitter.r ('ufli't'potand t teakettles, it i is il.umed, better and more iiuuklj. Tor iili.ut four blocks disnint.; 'ihirewi ?:'I goes: to the electric traction mm

l.ultir can IK made of the new substance and were !!"-:It'l'LI"I, stiippi-el of I
litttir" purposes of ohstrvatiein the pullet of evcry.u panics, $1.m to the electric light eon Jt'oml'lblnlf Cioort to Fatjou :
-r will no more ('rad.1'11 under the 'tit'lo that our doth'iig! might bo on'!'. i wibhyuu'll dad It at
t "f butter the dog was cut in sections and fixed cerns and 7.: cents to the telephonecompanies.
". Imttiri lout iuti'u-e heat' thall'IIIIIJ steM1.I h.iali-d and held for about an hour. \Vewere
r The I '
til the lied so that the food it ate' fell telegraph also takes
't' r'ella. ,1 if Nick Apostle'sPopular
nut iiucstioneil at all, an the
about ;N) cents from each of the
a year
.i' r i through.;: The stomach: of the animal
I:: rl'i hake "nrltlna:;.., initial in charge understood anything! '.
; ( i )
iNNiNN, while
r 'r also divided into two ptyplt. the rest of the7 -
.,' >r. ( '.incini. after a c.iuful study of was portions, we said he did not betray the fact. I'.ul- ? is charged oT! to electric tire alarms, Restaurant.
Itoh.ui tarllniuikes) finds I that all distuil into erne of which no. food was allowed I wcl! was so provokeil by the situation 1iIIals und ;':c JII'r'III'I'1'l"lits.i .

Ile It+c". >.inic> strong tuinuh to damage til 1'lIt"r. the oiiiir; In supplied only that he fired a whole broadside of Con-

1 o- i turn' :,'.t tint, Illi I'lfif'! SOL luiildin even to a slighttent are with the food noeissarj' to life. ni i.ticut oratory into the ofhc ial, ending: MMiYAM'

Of \ .. ;, :stH! '. .11.tlJ inv.itialily priH-ed as well as followed If some. templing; dainty was held ;till by tlire-atcnin: a suit for ?IOOOIN) i CASTOR I IA

,.L....., Ia i: "-.-: It y minor I'hn'I.I. In other words, before the dog; and he evinced the usual [ damages but he alight ys well have

an earthquake Is not an Nohtcd; phe- I I saved his breath. Ity and by we were For Iniants and CUldren. Bros.
I' !Imt is 1.1'a of I taken to headquarters undi'r a strong Die Kind You ,
1' \ 1f' ;It' the iniitir.: iliar? ii'imui'iii. one series tlis. it was noticed that at O'ice the (I : Have Always Bong
and there ushered into the | (:OlI..HX
tUI':1I11't'S.'Iwu!> the depth) of the fiveiis e-scoit jiresence ,
I i Alt, i.i.-i :fiut'iit with! Charley stomach although
; juices sprang;; into play, '
1 of Ii.ll1rhIIH't'' i- ,small the "'nun, of the chnf of li, lice. We were : Boars thMedlcftl /rr;:;;:: Have specially (constructed o19
the foal when swallowed did
M, Itt I: I tin -fat VIHI intended to list: :,li-nit t-n lbys111'11 of moderate! taken In singly. My turn came first. I ; tBuire of for the removal of dead auiraald
depth' a'xmt' three months and when not reaih the stomach at all. (On the The chief consulted a memorandum : from the city limit.

d 01 I I. 't the wretch\ went of ;great deptii (Niss.lily:' several jearsI'lofesMir I other hand, if he was fed with something and b-pin: I : Will remove dead horses or cows for

r nnir' Orion In Japan La-i :1 l'i'tIat i ; which he evidently did not have I "You arrived in M. Petersburg on the (JcletJ'. Attention. : One Dollar each

---- -imilir: onelusiK-1| aleut! minor I :piefirence for. thl'flas no action Oth. \ou claimer to bo an American I There will be a regular meeting! of Address HEIIUIXG BROr ():-; .,

KhuiUs nniiitttd with : caithiuakc.s. 1 of the !gastric Huld..Vls'i. !. tourist. You received a letter' from Paris :he Pensacola Medical Society at leave orders Uouldmg.
:1 i rent to l,.> n pentle-! -rug I 1.53: East Intendencia street.
< more unions still, when fatal on the 10th and one from Hamburg .h'J' Board of Health offce at *
\ "ft you your life; ton )'clock Jan H: and 2' I I
on the 111 h. You have spoken ilisre- p.m. Tuesday ;; -
was introduced unknown to the animal -
t tilolii.k ; II
t-pijfuliy of the polieo to the proprietor Visiting physicians are cordnilljnvited I
stone ( lotlie'* into the wurkin half of histoiu- =GOLAY=@
to attend. t1
The 'caving of stone into material of the I'ark hotel You were very I
OAH"l'OL"'t.r.A.o.a" : : : aeh it };1tl.lI're ah..uIuldIn' and I DK.W. DPWBEKY

-4 'j' J Haeiida'S: ( ri'fa li fur clothing, the nuUnvr: of flexible! ;) I unloiii'heil\ by the ilmistjve! juite's for di i res-poi\ .tful toward the officer who Preside, Grist and Corn Jfleal
I )Mills
.. .:et I LL5 '. and lisi.n-; pr..iiite; trotistrs, birkIlaeble I. several lunirs, i\'<'n though: the f.uij was i.nlcitd to fe.Hnv you about I'n" OR. L. DE r. 15LOCKER, ,
I ;l' eoats and fancy waisto.its wetetif the von vv i'!'t to If'a'ct.. Petersburg theevininu' Ti26ttf 53fcretarv.Jfudgin's .
t4: / /l Z emit host digestible; suit.' I II. F. GOf.ZnLEZ & CO., Prop,
(' m:ij' It" a possibility' of the ftituie All of which proved mnilnsivily that ,
1 : that I had to visit the
n'pll..1 ionic ManofactcreriJUOICKMKALAMJ
'. the wiavtis s.ij. Alieady uir- un'10 thotuhf: : or ivtiraMe !brain action .
cit.v a,: a tourist ai'd had planned to remain file ZBcst for 5c. PL'ItF; G1t0UND
taiii: are niadiof -liestui and cloth of any suit lonciining the' food t.itinnot

1 C8 IVah\ I Gs 1I1:1I1I1ClI'tlI'I': 1 frum chalk, while a certain only assisted the digtstimi; butpartly : fir lit a month. STOCK FEE. '

t! ; spinner has an armchair l'u'I'rt'dwith caused it. Professor: Pawlmv, The thief tombed a bill, and twopoLco STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, [ every Ffttronlte reason Home yon should Industry buy yonr, for Meal there andMtock U
: ollii of
appealed. Out own
a soft mill silky fabric of Titian who made the t\piriim-iits.. thinks this:; ers \ my THOS. COXHUN, Captain, teed from the Homo Manufacturer,
money they ought me a ticket for the 'or by so doing encourage borne Indca.
red which he \
out of of
wove toilsomely at least
partly explains" why mm ;
INSURANCE ( !trm..n fioi.tier. and both rode with will make regular trips between try Year money IB left In the community
rock led shell. letters are oft 'ii dv''''pi'ptie. Thdr uiimls i tad you In tarn are Indirectly .
Abe far tile urst :; with things far removed from
,\:\ nUKAL mire busy haiijK-iKil to Itidxvelf I learned Kreport. Leave Haylen street ontrlbote to the cause of labor. Yoa owe
4'hi nil \KnIn 'fll'., their dinncri when they are eating. wharf Tliur tat 6 a. m. and arrive it to community which yon live and
long altorw.ird from his own mouth wlilon
to your
ESTATE The tipping sjstim i Is nut encourap-d: The ('OIlUl'I.tiun l ctween the nerve whiih and through the American lie at Freeport ut 6 p. m. sam day.
in China. An execution! recvntly took binds! the impoitant messijre; : down to ; press. Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. in.
o,1 I South Palafox Street. place: outside the Rates; of Taijuanfu the digestive machinery hd.Cur thought\ it beneath' the dignity of a free and arrive at Pen*aeola 6 p. in. same

the co'idommil nun bang a teii'!graph more oil and the patient engineer of lord American: citizen to bond the knee day. Fare, round tnp5; ; one way LODGE DIHKCTOUY I!
to the autocrat of St l'e l'rI'Lurt.: The $::3.: 12nlm
nutrition is cut oil. Su when ;
tue-sseujrer who on the occasion of unexpected J
i r charge against him was more serious.
+1 .f \,'irable Dwellings festival asked for "tips'* from orders for deglutition l come piling;: in
I His baggage; ;: at the hotel had been PEARL & DOLIVE. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
IIIIrhlu: Part Mini1.1 leading merchants who habitually upon them they lire not ready and the
overhauled, and his samples of wire -
,f the Cay : used the! telegraph: I,h ee. The governor work is bungled New York clotheslines; were at once "spotted1" asa PenacoU Lodge No. 3 K. of P. +

.. of the province heard of it and took
i" ''"lit.lining I.' room menace against the peace of theczar. Call on them at the corner of Gar- mneti every Monday evening ., .
i II! lonvciiiMiieei. bath on Immediate stops to suppress the nui- ,\ Artlflrinl larorn. He also I 'llt hands den and Alcaniz street for carpenter atTJtt at Cattle i all.
I"I : i .. b-id.laid' !> '
''W>r 1\ lot, I ;
I I In the Blond-- Watson
,.e i ,1 "hrul>hcr>. htablt'. out. l'aII"'I' At the Itoval society rooms recently and electrical workor phone CfiO. 11 V BaU'fugthird Boor.
so. 711 East' 1.l1ltua Professor 1lIuoIYhllwl'o.1: nn exiH-ri- STATE a
To Presrrse Salad Iire.eing. oFOmo, CITY OF TOLEDO,155( Visiting brethren cordially t k

.a< 1 InK: house containing To preve-nt the curdling of boiled mental t proof of the electrical natureof LUCAS ('oL'N T1 \is' welcomed J. A. Lr trz. Ml' ,l

..'*>""10\. n ll'i HI last tht Intendentor Police dNo "- salad dressing mix a teaspoonful of the northern lights.:: Between' the FRANK J. CHEVKY makes oath BEST FOR THEBOWELS 'C. H. HOH8LEB K.K.4 H. u.i' C. 1 4'i; .'

flour with the sugar and mustard wlula poles of a powerful electro magnet he that he is senior partner of theti'm j x

"1 "I"!>deurablebi.etonoflhe\' modern dwelling all three are dry. Then proceed with stispi'iiilod an exhaiistenl glass globe of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing --- i

ni-r on the street car the rule as usual. This will prevent containing at the top a metallic ring.Au ; business in the City of Toledo, Damon Lmlcn No. 13 y ., ',
\ North l.aroplona strett.TV alternating current dischargedthroii''h I i, I I mp..U every Tuesday evening at 7..>!, at "
ctwi-iiing. 1" rooms, the dressing from curdling: Never county and !state aforesaid, and that II I If y '. the ring in the :globe produud" I boa ria rr.rd *. >ou re ill or win bl!, Keep your + recta. Viettlnghnlghtacordially I nvIloJ. ,
; No. cook it the lire\ Overcooking aid firm will the
lU'Njuurt' > i Kast: too long over pay sum of ONE t>owel.opcn,.n'lbe welt rorrin Ihe ,hat.e..r .ioientnhTMCirlll"lwl I ,
,t Htrtct.IIH an annular ::lops, and, when a cuiiint I HUNDRED DOLLARS: for each i I ,il dIU'''' roil". Tim nitiootfrri J ALIIEHTjOIIMMlV,
often curdles! dressing that
,, :i-storv! modern a ,Fi.n-t. met'rrt, *01 o! 1o.'t'"log the buweli UAVIFPI.I C. C. "
: ''''lit..".'rv devrableetc- wtinM otherwise have been perfect. was sent through the e'oils ef, the electro and every case of Catarrh that cannot tlearanu clean a la takeCANDY 1\. of It. H. .-

1 :'y. 'Mtuatfil oa North When removing it from the tire, sit magnet the glow was ehtleetcd I be cured by the ue of HALL'S :tI I
and l)
Strung ci>oto
in streamers
the pan in a basin of cold water and resembling'.
; IIi In Rood order with those of the aurora boreahs. The spectrum FRANK J. CHENEY.
', stir it until it has cooled little. This ,
doors from the a before and -
belt of the natural aurora shows the Sworn to me subscribedin
KKnd water throughout, will make it more smooth and creamy. this 6th day of De- I'pnsacola IXK'RP No. t
\ my presence
BareelonaStreet IIf krypton and in I'rofessorKanisa.v's
::11'? ling rooms, city water, --- I cember, A. D. 1SS6.j meets every 1'bur.dayvenlng at 7..T: atKadortl
,,", with large corner lot. No. A NIGHT ALARM. experiment krypton waaprwltiieel ball. "!:, Wen Intendencia itreet. '
,. -uht street in the! discharge: through; tieraretied f A. W. OLEASOX \ UltlDg brethren cordially Invited. ,
j SEAL f
:* ling. SriHinn, n"wly pa- Worse than :an alarm of fire at nightis JFLLosoN.C. tJ
.I :air within the globe.I Public. i tI
painted throughout oa : Notary .U. WELSH.!: Secretary.AMERICAN.
:Nil.; .HIM t:a'tCiregory .treet.welling. the brassy cough of croup, which I I {{all's Catarrh: Cure is taken internally I i 1

.city waterand bath, sounds like the children's death knell Apology."You and acts directly on the
alt block of ground with EAT JEM LIKE CANDY
,"., 'hade trees, >o. 7i" East and it means death unless something mustn't tat with your knife, blood and mucous surfaces of the i .uont. Palatahle. I'otent.Taste Oood IJoOoodIteier GUILD. ;
s street.Uelllng.Sio. said the city relative reprovingly.: Bjstem. Bend for testimonials, fiee. I kickrn. Weakenr 10, W eenu -
; 415 is done quickly. Foley's Honey and Writetor .awple, anAa: booklet "8
boi. Ire
t,5; rooms, ne...:y papered nod "llxcus: nI'." ausvveied Farmer F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0 pr health. Addrpn. 1:3 Pensacola Chapter No. OO7.K. '
fails to instant relief
Tar never Rive rrtRLlia IEIEDV coinir, raiciGe r tin TeiKt .
Corntussfl penitently. "I thought they E HSA WSER. P. LI.NDIS'TBCTH.
act Belmont trnet. 5-room and quickly cures the worst forms of CAS'TOHXA. Secretary, Oovernor.
Itv water. newly painted croup. \lro1. P. L. Cordier, of Man was regular knives I didn't know they Bean the Tfca Kind You Hate Always &sV KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEANANTALM1DY .
: order.North uln ton, Ky., writes: "My three was only imitation same as the pillowshams. I

.. good order Alcanlzstrhet.with 5 rooms a newN year old girl had a severe case of : ."-Washington Mar. tI 1 K. OF L.

hast Belmont street city croup ; the doctor said she could not ..L.local'saaenibly.
t'. neat 5 room cottage newly live. I got a bottle of Folp."s1lon'yand She Did.
and renovated thrjujjhout.: .'
t Fat, aKua street, a neatly Tar ; the first do: gave quick relief Returned Travcler-I have often These tiny Capsules ore supcnor
1 -I I riH>n> cottage In Kooa COQ. and saved her life -fuseftiib Meets tint Monday In each montb.
,. large lot city water. stitutes. W A. D'Alemberte 121 S. thought of that young: Mr. Tease and ELECTRICAL WORK ltd Balsam of Copaiba, W.r.H.THARP.

i, .-.t of smaller dwellings, as KENT.wellI'UlorcsandofflcesrOU Palafox street. how be used to torment Miss Auburn Crbeb. had Injectl?a. (81/ ) ARTHUR MCCOXWCLL.tiecft tary. M. W.

about her hair. Did she ever :get even They core In 48 hours the ; ,
THOS. C. WATSON 4 CO., Cleaning ladies skirts and waist with him? Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660. ea o d.'seW ..nytnwrrnPr -

Ural K state. Rentaland Insurance is: one of or.r specialties (;tar Laun i Old\ Friend-Long, ago. She married if you hAve any carpenter or electri- 'III JI qe II i iGGisTf Try Gnnther's Candies at '
ate, : ;
South ttlafoi: Street.: cal work you want well done.
dry. him.-Illustrated Bits. ..... Solomon's. ,


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-PJ; t -- WANTED "BLUE Consumption can certainly be cured. Strongest in the World.

j t : _.i .I'--- EWS. BLOOD" CHARTER t AMUSEMENTSas2sas25s9 Not all cases, but very many. Ayer's I II I The -

aUred at the Poet Office at Pensacola, J.C.AyrrCe.Lowell. .
I Pectoral is the medicine.
f Ml...Meond-claii matter. CORTON'S MINSTRELS.A Cherry .HJU*.
Governor Jennings evidently is of !
J'ICEPIU', Building, :J11H South i I Life Assurance
JP.Ufoxitrfeet. np-etairs.- the opinion that there are but two very pleasing feature, especially __ SocietyOf
to ladies: and children, which is introduced I
races in Horida-the Caucasian atd ,i I KEEPS HIS FAMILY WELL.If the United States
in the performance: of Gor I

'gro-for be recently so expressed j jbimsl'lf. ton's Micstrel-i thl3 season, is the REAL ESTATE you are feeling out of corn, if I HEXUY B. HYDE; Founder
ftrmt in Advance. I
: Invariably
.' beautiful and artistic act of little your circulation or your digestion I

Year by Mall.. .____15 CO Pearl Fell the phenomenal is bad, you ought to think fira about i
t a Montbi __.__ t a Lately, it is told, several yellow Cleone ,
Oa. Week,by Carrier Payable Monday 10 to i child dancer and eom dienne. This TRANSFERS your liver. Probably that i is all that \: Preliminary Statement, Jan.: i i. #:?
i ., negroes addressed an application
is with HEPATICURA ]
and accomplished little artiste wrong you.
Rates Furnished on Application bright : OutstandingAssuranceL
Mrtrtisirg the for a charter of a club iu At ?,,,
governor though in displays provides for the best health possible ]I
young Income ...... .... ....
TELEPHONE, NO. us.PE5BAOOLA whose membership should be com- a marvelous degree of kill and ARIOL'S transfers and will answer all your need. Ifj j '". tj '" .J

a ) wxUNION. posed not of negroes white people, finish in her work and is credited e;,.,f.1y. r#' V of Escambiacouaty you want real good health keep the New Assurance oAssets -. \It t.>(
LABEL' but of "Blue-Bloods: ," which is the I with making positive hit wherevershe # -.'"':.. realty were recorded I I"J liver right, and there is nothing .
I 'J i;
has Kee her at the a.1rku :. better to keep the liver right; than' 'v
appeared. 1 during the weekending
for : I
technical and polite name yellow I 1 '
opera house Wednesday, Januaryelst. ; -4. ) HEPATICURA. j 4! Assurance Fund and

negroes. This was so stipulated In "' ". to\ ltl1rdH'1 Mr. Danltl James of Pensacola, ;: all other liabilities.. is:. .
JAN I9, 1903 I ; ;. ; Jan. 17, j
the original application. 't Fla.. says: I want totellvouhow'.
CREATURES"MUSIC. 0/ f which are reported' I Surplus -,-, ,,? ,
The governor wrote to the applicants 'I much I appreciate your liver medicine I
THE duty of coal: is to exhaust it. 7 far THE XE\V by H El'A fIlU H.\. My wifatm<4 The largest Increase ever mad .1! ,
eelf in its efforts to produce heat, ; a letter which, iu effect, told Thos. C. Watson &; Co., real estate I been sick ior a long time. I did not the history, of the Suci' 'I'In

them that they were either Negroes I agents: know t'xactlwhitt was the matterwith !
a right during this cold snap '
> and yet her 1 it mast; have 1 I JAMESV.. ALEXAXlER.r"'h1f
Caucasians and before the charter J, J. Hooton and wife to Genrpe suppose
they have gone and; suspended the or : : been same liver trouble. I had to''I

;} duty for a year. could be gr.ii.ted the objectionable I Murphy-Lot 1, block: Io5; East King have a physician very often, but i i ishp JAMES H. HYDE, Vice-I'r. .

ib tract$30.Flora; did not get well until she took !I
ih 1 THE New England Auti-Imperial- clause above referred: to should : >< ..__ HEPATICURA. A few bottle: i
1i "'" Holliter et al to Chritian i
with have to be stricken out. ) t -"'-' Ii' cured her. !the i i.* well now and
doubtless read ..
has '
f t 1 ) ist League : '; \.. Frost-Lot 22, of M. Jackson
property I KXOWLES llJW{
..t.; never complain I give it to the ] .,
much satisfaction that a Filipino Colored people *oon Rot wind of :I ,..... i\J t.7"1,", '5'J J sec 51, tp 2 s, r 30 w-$30.;; children aud take it myself:; and it''
judge has recently sent an American the rtque-t and promptly entered a ot'. !r JJ. ', ''i! Jane Wiudford to A. A. Fi*herUacrl' keeps us all well. told by all..trug.1 j Generaljientn,

r ,a 1 school teacher to pri-oti fur fifteen boycott against the applicants, who : '..'J.r;". c< .." ,.',:;."' 11". ; of sic 33 and 36, tp 2 n, r 31 w- ;Ist:. 309 S. Palafox: St.. I'ENSAi: ;

for tloggipg a Filipino pupil. : ''' ''.,:i ':)
days ;
4it ,-. "Y-.... "' /
result "':
are professional lllt'll.S a I :: RARE B RCAiNS.rventy
... ,.........jE1 R. P. Butler and wife to W. D. .
fllg, silver service to be presented .... .. TIII:
THE .. .
two of them had to hunt a living __. ?
: "\ -!'... ......rf..r. ........... Henderson, Jr.-Lots 1, :2 and 3.1
five P.larkwaterlliy
the battleship .
the state of to acres on
'" .
by -
BSI elsewhere and a third one is eking -. .'". ..-,,., .. block US, West King; traet-JIGO. rich black hammock laud*, two
'i : of same name is now in Mobile I .j {,:;! :r i
s f9 ready for presentation. Effort I out a miserable existence upon pittance : l' :'.:: : ; I, Thomas Morgan and wife to WadeH. mile- from Milton, pirta-iilarly .ii! mi r

I'fgln-i. acres of sec 31, tp ; adapted to pecanTai- Loud join- 1
i are now being made to get the chip he receives from the more the celebrated
t .; ; I 44rr4e; ... Crljjlar pecan grove
; 2s, r 3) w-fl.
1 !
{ ; I to whit Mub.le at an early day IU i ignorant cl. ,-es. Negroes: stated .' : .-.1.f... ,'. I I and i is partially\ cleared.100acrecleareJ,7 11'huh'-arc andFamily
I \V. T. Trace and wife
< ........ }!.!4 u jr to 'ftl1 hundred; std .ighrr acre-, .
1 order that: the programme may be 0-. .1(' "" ) l.c..i. ll'fJ\ Gei.z ...
that if the applicants are too exclusive : I ; ( i
'\irLtit..iaglW: +.f d\. tif. W. Ely-XE'4 of block 2b'J New miles from Mil-
II -
carried out. : :; .L': ... .
_. associations j '..'''ft''' r I: toll ;)1. milefrom the nulroa.1 nit
-- --- in their they are ... 1''I: '!'"iY''If -:! '.r f. "_" City-5150.D. ; ; IIiabl'A1:11:1:5: i t'L
.. ..: ;
{ \ :; Yt-llow! Hiver at Fatilk's Ferry
The wife of Prof. J. E. Justice of also too good to receive their money. !' .. '1f.1.'t "!<'r...' : i.y I, Perry to Win. GolltuckerLots I \Vellwatsredand with ood dw rl-

y fire their home 6 and 7 in block New Fancy and Staple
Eutledge, caught at : I' 16. City- : lit'ti-, oalhou-f-s ftucinj/
t .I iu Ilutledge la-l Friday IKoriilu:? REMARKABLE CURE Of CROUP When Crnatcre come hf-re with U:), I: Tlifre are 40 acres of cviTe in L4 Groceries, "sand

: 3 : Prof. Jmtlceextingui-hedthetlimr; A Little Bey's Life Saved. :: hi- Italian bind, to arpear at the Tetnpie Willi to Lucinda Willis-\ j:i this whole.tract This worth: land the has price ben of prowufxtendvf the ;

4' of his wife's clothing, but in doing; I opera house" Jan 22, his programmewill Lots 1 and 5 iu block 13; New: City- ly to can and I large prUt.. All Kinds: of lp-t.. : >.
i : ;
I !have a few words: to say regardingChamberlain's ; Hood.
so burnt his, hands: right badly.JLuverue .- be made up largely of grand I made. here are 121Jjacresof: fenced

Cough Iletiiedy. Itmved : Italian: selections. While : U.Wm.. :: which i is free.Eulityoue We are Sole DutnN.t. '
t .{ : Ala., Journal.] A eaewuere I' : operatic Gold-tucker to Lilly TolbertW pa-turi actjuinin i \\

la ;11 justice TO as: not iluuti but riu- my little \boy's life and I feel tl.e band plays everything: with unUsual '!: 33: ft of lot 6 in block 1G New I acre., 3 miles north of Florid for the LVMiri--i < it.
that I o-abLot prai-B it euuu n. lbouirnt ubmenitli! good t.uui", well and Monde CotTee, siw. t II u M
4'.1' tially cooked.THE i iI a bottle of it flow A. E.Hteere I feeling; it seems: only natural City-Si.; sprint; fel I ponds Ibis tract i- -fo*. I Ilini and Climax Hum-l\ > .

I of Goodwin, S. D., and when I got i that the Italian: mu-ic should appeal i iI i,i James C. Watson et ul to GtnrireS. valuable in connection with stock I nelicateeti, Ut'rlll.ll1m; : ,

: Carnival Association probably home with it the poor baby could .I, to their temperament: the mot, and': WelU-Lots 1 to 4 and IS to 21 in raisin The wood and timber will' Food Cn.'.. Canned Meatlii 4,.
oil hardly breathe I gave the medicine !i pay: for clearing; and also for the of which are sold by till tir-' .
i j see now that they put beginning ,: in this particular they are scarcelyto block 'tGWt'.t lung tract-S-te.;. "
detected minutes until
i every ten :; land. Retail Grocers in the
) wotk on the Bats: too lung. "threw up" and then I thought sure ;I be equalled. While the published I H. O. Wilder and wife to K. P. \osuchbargain a" this ha* yet

Had they begun the work a mouthearlier he was going to choke to death. We l programs may not contain a large Wilder-Lot I in sec 14, tp 1 n, r 31wI700. been pllred to purchaserThe UIIZ.UO& bOU1 H 1'\1.\11'\

}' I. t :\Ir. Weber and his: assistants had to pull till Hiufin[ out of in- I number of pleces, tne=e operatic eej ; laude h.lVfPH \'UItIV\t.... for jr ar- -
mouth iu great tong "rriu ,;. I am and I know what will Plojuct'.
could have had the time from now lections ace 'I they
,j mostly quite long, taking I:, E. Siunders and wife to S.
: po-itive that if 1 had not got that )1'1 I 1'hayareconvenient, 10 market: and PENSACOLAPressing
1 II!ft on for putting on the flushing; futile of cough medicine, my boy I iu the beauties of the dltr.rl'nt..I G.snzul'z-Lots in New City, l'' : I I will be,> :old; at a bir 'u'n on iicoount

t touches without the necessity lor w

    any rush or hurry.A DIMONT" Jnwood, Iowa W sale' which i i- the one that created trlctI.: I.I I KIT particularpnc rind terms, ClubFOR
    by all drugi i-ts aud medicine! dealer address NED FAY,
    the very best- impression m New ;I City of Pen-3cllato.-\nn! r.C."h-l !
    NIAV steamship company has- 1: J9f I'eu-aci'la, Flu.
    'I : York and wa? ctobably cheered more 13' ft front on Tarragona street fd i GENTlEr EN
    been oiganiztd iu Mobile, with a'
    / : than anything else Creators guyed .: "K" OH CItn. ,\-*-. i I 111'3,1.;'Jtrr .\. lie
    capital 01 $2utiio, tnt \ upose
    dunn,' his lOll, rtquiresio W. McMillan tl K W. Melatyre ; Nv. r "n lure this troul > i' % handllitgthb-hlputeuttot, tl.e Uui.impolitic.
    : 1 I -- :\ mlUU:. fi-r p'-ifoiinanc*'. An- '' -ni.tk24! 27:; and W "j of rl|'p remedy that .Inp[ ;n II I it rOI
    # b :;. This tact goes to "bowtbat Mrs. N. A. NYi h-ttr. IIf \i i n,nil Va. One Dollar Per MontiIn
    ":ill'r iiim.bcr v/t.ich has "rtateJ thevt b'ock ":32: :,Ic'liI.IU'-! ; additinL'I :
    Vfi: there I* a i rosperoufiur. l.uiuess \Vmttr :II treats. ou the Gulf .- witei"Dr.! Kiiii''s NJ-W Lifp
    5 ry deepe-t iui re,sioa i< Chopin'sFuneral I ). W. McMillui: \ to W. .L Jfthn-oii i l'ilN Ahnltycnred tue of ik head, Advance to ;MemheCleaned -I!

    raj idly growug up in th..t clay : Coai" H the title of a very prttty .irch. This i* perhaps ; -Lot1 toL'S, block'JH: McMill.ia's I; al'JH I tnl, MiJI?red from for two Clothes and 1'1' -
    t and the query is why taut tl.e :uU.t Ii i 75-pJje; publication ju-t issued by ,i very! due to its faimlurity! aditiuI.ill.\ :, veu- ('tire 11"01"!.II'II', Con-tip IIft.n as dt';;irel. V"ii'"tit !; I
    eat thitg be uollhHI;. Itl.a!. Kill">u-n'-->. "'}", at W. A. for and<<1 d>4ivti: I iit'
    fact that Creatore JMS''I-
    t of n.d the : Ili.-hatl Howard and wife to J. X.J ..
    l ;i tile pa-sender department the J i j 1I'\ !-\n'I' rto'- Oru,; itor", 121 South : S uth ralafnx .ihil J -
    ? much mote care in its. phylnjri AndrewLots 21 and 22: ill \blK-k .
    1 HI. to1 1 H'L and patriotic cm i L'>u.sville; & Xu-hvule: railroad, anumber v-Hry ; : i, P..1.t. :; -tint. Liub.
    v' +i k zeus t\tr wLete ill t-a-ily itcogLlZt than has' htrntofore bern heard. 1 lol, E in Kin,,' tract-iw.: i

    :f.1i ) ) that tl.e Jtctnt appointment 6vths ( of which have bt-eu receivid i j Tins wi- the! favorite munc of all at .I. C. John-on. and wife t-> J. N. la i sf fIai? tits! a 4 G

    i'r I resident i of Unglues to i.HJL'e 1k i and di-trihuted ut 1'eu; tcula. !I the Pitt-barg; Expusitiou during; Cre- udrt'wii-J.nt: UJ I in block 330, E.t-t lE CITY LOTS.
    Your- for Ni '
    I IVAlUA it'// --
    : Dot an ui-uiixtd evil. It will bung The book is replttb fiom cover to !! atoff''" t.y there at.d these! were Kiii;; :tract Si(! _

    hundred-of requils; for its repptiti > J. IlrewDn and wife to II. F.Mas' .
    outauu give txpres-iou:; to tue: euii- Cower with interesting m itter of "re G. W. IRWIN

    f r 7 meat of the people on this ,.ul..j. ct I' .'ii r.fteIt had once been heart! >'i-:;7 acres of sec W: tp 3; n, r 31 Of t'ic! l.lrp; iit'mb of lot recently .
    Fe, treatal"n? the gulf coa-t and enriched
    ; t fur the ediiication of politician- Local fare badly w'O.: :: pur !.a.ll..d! by Mr. O. M Pryor -

    fi. Jiii < every wltru 111 tne country ana will : with -pleniiid pictures of noted at Crtatoi'fc's hai.dbut tins n txpi Alex. Tliomp-on\ and wife to J. X. and pljceJ on sale to desirable purchasers DO YOU KNOW

    F I. suggest, a strong, plank iu the dtrtuocratic point. A comprehensive! hitoiy :i lined to be not his iudillfrence: or Andrpus! -0) by 1-0 ft of block uV, ;, mapy have been sold, but
    i platform ui the next national I"t Ivi.-dcoli, with a cumber of fine i villiiutit3*3 to recognize them, E: l.t Kin; tract-$IL). o snme of the choicest :are still held by HEKKMAX LlMni.i : : I I

    y j }, couveution. I v.etyi i is contained in the bock, al'oijetner !- but becuu-e hi-> band plays nothing/: G. J. Ilutherf and wife to J M. him.i large -lock of dr- --.. i -

    I. i, without Mmi'i'ous and careful re- i.Harper: -:3'j' acres, of sec 2'!II, tp I ,s-, He will .ell to :actual: settler05 and joi-t- Get th II '

    I ; k31"c" it ha-s been determined: by : rellecttn great credit Upon i hearrulEven:; the simplest march, r 30 w-f.'J'R: ). mo-t fivur.iblK tf-rms! u< he i ii de- buying_

    ., the Tuu-ury Department to close I hi-tonaus; .uud publisher-_ I if it f is of a kind to take ins: fancy ut F. E. Hrawner anJ wife to J. T. tern.intd t.o builJ up this property ---

    t1 i$1 and discontinue the New Orleans tn Nay lo Ii
    da !tT t mint the question arise-j: what to du I TIPtarttug! announcement of I! 'o that every note i is brought; out with 130. Ea-t King tractf3tO.f. : MONEY! TO LOAN a doz., at Solcmon's.STEAMER .
    t 1 with the puperty. A correspondent Ii-covery i that will surly leiitheiinle all the effect there i is possible iu it. j '.,izt b0th 11. Willis and hu-bind to .\t the Lun: OtnCfIIf \1r. II. Meriwether ,o

    for tlie -Deulucrat contend- I il. i is alone senitimi., but 11:1: :South Tarra : ,
    n made by haitor: U. U?\\ ueyu.f Creature not a F. Hr&wl1er-LJt3: 17 to 20! and ; ouu.street

    .p that it wIll revert to the city of 'xt"'o\ I hurubu-co, Ii.d.! "..1 wi-h t"ltate abtedly !i- one of the greatest musicians ea-t :30: ft of lot1, to 4, block' lielSeana : Y.IU call1pt any sum of money younny LINE SCHEDULE
    I nenl at the I..wp.t of interit.
    Le write"that Dr :
    Orleans ana quotes ffutn the act of Kitig'-: !' heard at the head of
    ever: a .Jct-HJtlO( .
    molt You cm l be ured i.f fair
    i j Nr-w nl-c v"Cto!' (Nui-uinptinn( itde a-
    conveyance from the city to the j I| n.o-t hit tllibia runmy that I :< bunJ in this country. His music i- t I. Crary to Lizzi I.. Coley tr-itm-nt: H'nl -trictly cotiiiJenriali' *-fW"1I 1' and Mtlt'utF a

    United States Government in support | hive ever known or Cotuhs: Colds revelation and charms evtryonealikf. Part of blocks 107, 10S 12-J: ; 121: K'5::; busierrelatt..n jTtf 1:1111. Uaily 1< 1" ep, 5oi iI )

    't, of his contention. If such i1 is anJ Orij) It'i.valuihletopeoplrI j| His mannerism*, which and lofi. Buff: Spring.-11.Lilliin 1.

    1 ;) thecae! tt city of New Orient* i with weak lungs H.iviti;, the-* wonderful have cau-ed such wide-spread comment L'. Hilliard! guardian, to Dn y.;u want -a inajrinflcent; water "CITY OF TAMPA.
    t "sa' iiifdicine 1111 one nerd dread I for little ? If ..., rail
    : : will fall heir tn a very haud-ouip II neiimoiiia or Con-umptio'i. Its r.- are simply the unfettered Jo-eph (i. Hilliud-!-Ibnf! west 43 ft .epr.en*. tan money He will atcommodatH .\.v Milton' .- .1tI, and l-vl--n'-Hr, ., ..Ia.f .
    1I'lun A M.
    1 piece of property.- lid- ih-t;int al.II'lIre certain.V.. i physical, expressions[ of his: artistic, cf argent lot o.'J: and eat 12 ft argent I voa.EARLY. .'"rt'.t\I'*; Round m,

    ----- .1. D'Ali-uiheite 12l.NUth Pal: flx ( feelings.; lot 51 :and lot, 1 to 4, block 2S."ew i
    !j KDITOK TAIT.M of the Miami: -treet. gu.tranteeevery ;;H,, aud H l IHJ

    l Cq # k Metropolis, di"-frve*. credit i for cen- bottle, aud }:ive trial botth fee". I I cuj-si.o.:; I-:.. .' .' ;:.. :-.-..... .-.... :-- .-... .- :-- .....<: t
    'tg i I Ir' ', :, II (' Hf\ ,. t\ \, II 1\ JEWELER IN HIS
    suringrflh1t people for turning I TIM MURPHY. For ()\cr Miiy: Year. i 1IVilllal: a Ir
    v : NEGROES WERE/ i 1c'
    of .
    out hun- in
    ll hiuiepeojle cs 1 ,
    are W INSLoW'S h-UuTHIMi STECP hothiia .
    in "Ola Innocence =
    i Mr. Tim Murphy, .4-.
    t't order to i-tcure big prices for room I : U--d for over sixty )ears by millions t .,, HEW\, STANDI
    will be the C'lleiins at the 1 'JIll'
    tt jI r from the touri-t-. Such: conduct niothr' for their children wbilu teething b SPRING 8I i it:5
    : opera hi.u-e January 2i.: The action with per'ect succe'a. It soothes the child
    r whether i in Miami or .
    % I'' 1 i all takeplace in one hou-p in is softens the gUIII I"IJ.&ys nilrmncaret wine; : : *:t
    inexcusable results in have moved
    an unfortunate my jewelry -
    1 -- 3ohe. and Is the best remiKly for Ularrboc
    i hours. Of the several co-iudies Mr.
    t: 12'') South .
    reaction when summertime It wlil relieVB the poor little Ba3crer 1mmt :,? <:*: STYLES\ !I 01 Pal.tfox. torn :r
    s Ml\ around again.Metro'o; :'lturJayaft.'rhOI:1 the score* of Murphy has app';ared iu, -Old In- liately. t'old by lrulgIHsIDIVt'U' carl a..-...-....., pied by }!.1?;; k U 0., It< tf I IIbt'ttr..r
    a I : n'jcence' has proved the most skillI IV- :' prepared than : rgreat ', .
    i of the world. Twat\r-flve certs s hotlltKe .x
    : !lis So it has become inexcusable: n"'sroes workiiu oa the three dod.o .-
    : j ,
    t 1i ; and sure you &M for"Mrs. Wiuslow's Hjuita- bargains: in diamon: iw

    ,j h for the veer of a hou-e to rent to ., the railroad company were com- I I :fully\ir. Murphy coti-truettd will supported iiiot taking by : tog Pyrup,-' anil late no oilier ki Jd. l11JJ1 i !}N.V (f!Jv i>1 '0 j l jewelry let me convince, etc. Call .and -,.. i;

    the party who will pay the mo-t for p-llad to submit vaccination att Regular communicaMon / : ;'; you.J.
    ;;|, that charuun and artistic actres-, Q : 1! 4 il I. riTEPI'ENEVERYBODY : -
    it. Sappo: ,e the demand for adverti of E-cambi L d/e J [
    : i 0, I 15,
    li jI e freight d po: bf>ra they received j Mi- Dorothy rtluriod. Mi-s, Shtr- : .1
    "iujr. space in the! MetropoM-: should kF. and A. M.. 7:30 p. m., v. To know whit Mee are

    { become MI great tout: its rate couldbe t-eir! \vetk'salary.: This: '1 rod noted a< one of the best dress- 1 1'I 'i.y. JIll u HV 1'jch. It, g dug; to b", look ovt-r the ::1 LOOKS

    1 1wa the era on our today. Many the: -itiu; brethren are cor- \\l+ February JSutterirk Pat- ;iIII
    rai'ed'v'ould such a raise be in- < following clo-tly upon recent -
    1 | original: cast will be seen in the di..tlh'ih\'iteJ. tfrr- ju-t receive: The-e /1 FOR THE BEST
    excusablt? !i ordf t-f the city board of health W. D'C. KI:.; UK. I Il> February patternhow: '/1i
    t I. j forthcoming PJ ga.rement. HAKKY W. Germs \\'. M. skirt with
    i| ij; out-ide box i iI i1I
    Tin: hazing nuisance: ha< bobbed when an appropriation of $300 was --- -- -
    I' ( I : .secretary. : pi the back bolero .
    I ii 'n ..
    :: i up again at the Annapolis: Naval made by the council! for the purposeof :; 1 I- cn'l.u (T Ht-'. :>o t.\Y. ,:; j jacket effeitoine fur- 77\ H re it I is. Call on r, .s

    i Academy. The press dispatches announce having: all negroes! recently arrived { Your druggist: will refund your money if If you want a nice present:; to giveo j if' th'.rd developments N'.irI' U Creary., They are doing; n .,

    1'' it tint as: a feature of the hcz-: i PA/O (I'MENT fails! to cure Kiogworm : a friend t-o and look through the : folks.! i new |It, of H'H- !fj work that can be turned out', -t. : ,I,

    Mid Hubert Pearsor, I vaccinated.. l letter Old Ulcers and (ort'!!. I'lmples and elegant; line of suitable articles at t: sirju styles, tucked Km- f l prepared to do any kind .
    -hipmn -- -- ----- .
    ili jug, I went to I'ryorV furniture home i' Blackheads on the face, and all skin disj 1. I. a'tehens, you surely can find : t: pires. hlou-f with cape.. fIJy \ They put on India rubber MJ- -
    ? from Concord, N. H., was: forced to 'on West U.v'pcumt'nt street and I j caies. 5o cents.! something to please you. If yon etc. IJutterkk pattern i1 beet ".n the market, oni .r' .

    fight with Frank Kladsdel, of New ; furniihed aiy entire house for just I I ant anything in the Diamond Tine \ i enable you tll m'tltfo your t1 as they have a full 1m- ->i : :," .r
    I You want a good : be ure to see him before you buy. own dreg*. Hutterick'pitkl tires in stock.
    York, a much bigger fellow, who it oce-half of what I expected to pay. r.iano tuner to ,; | .
    was known could easily knock out It wa a purpri-e{ tome, and I don't stay in Pen*acola still you holdback --- -- -- tern can be relied upon H Doe your buzz need "V' -'
    : "J know why I remained single long. ;i Try Guntker's Candies at Y': fur up-to datene-*. '? log? They can make it good a- ,jl'lI'
    h j II Pearson. As: a result of the bout, I j! your order. rend it i in. I have: Solomon's V. : Their prices, too, are rea-ouabu-; I. (

    J 'I,; Pearson's: j lW was: broken. Such I I We will launder your spreads for | had 20 years' experience and have j i; Fashion Sheets Free atE ?1 1I they have ample capital to carr

    : ". practices are a disgrace to the inti- is cents earn and make them look i worked in several piano factories. 3[udgu's file Best far 5c. | ..r.< ..c .'< our Pattern CouLter jl a first-clas4 carriage building; I

    1 / tutiJii where it occurred, and the like uw. Star: Laundry. i I Orders left at John-on's book store --,- -- repairing buiufcD'.u't fai.,

    1 :l ,j sentiment of the whole country de.fl' 1 !i will be attended to. Hot French Waffles with |t1 GOES BOOK STORE 1 1UI.1 call on them.Scales repaired.!.

    I, maud: that tlTectuU mea-ures beadopted i 1 CH.W.. PEE !'LF.Y.DOll't i Florida Cane fcyrnp at :'OI'ITZFn&'IU

    i' '. to them. Pearson ConstiJ12tifln SOI'rlll"-\I.\FOX 15 la-t UardcuPhone' -
    ; suppress Solomon's. 11. lHI-a'.T.; A
    of the secretary of :state: ; of forget io bury the
    I 'J it a sou II adache.b. u':: ". heartburnfndi- -

    : J Sew Hampshire.{ gbtonaaJ a.i ..v, : i..s are cured byHood's babf/ one of those nice little You can get your house

    I i \ Rocking Chairs from Mai-' furnished complete Jlfar- c nA

    }:2 W$per PORTLAND barrel: A V.CEMENT CLVERa. a Pills ston tc. Quina's. ;;OJ. and ston $ Quin a'sone2s paij !1 Whipped Hot Chocolate Cream at Solo.with I: +,: ;1 ';j/

    Corner: Bra and Garden :Strtet) :. So-J by all drat :sts. :.j <



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    s.-r M'GOURINREAPPOINTED THE "DEESTRICK SKULE. W. C. O'NEAL President; eoa. M. E. CLARK Cashier; ifs ( v. ..,

    fff 8. 4. FOSHEE,Vlce-Prealdenti JOHN PfEiffER, Ass't Cashier. '.

    Popular Entertainment to be Given .
    Here on February 3d. I II
    The "Old Deestriet Skule," a much k1 ,

    TO-DAY talked of amateur entertainment OF PENSACOLA, FLA. i 'r.U

    will be given at the opera house on

    February 3d by the Young People's Designated Depository of the United States. 11

    Union of the Baptist; church. The Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov 25,1902. ll;

    "skule" is a three-act comedy, giving ,, I, 't
    Settled On By President RooseveltThis the morning, recesses, and after RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. r ; i .;

    fl.3 Same noon session of an old field school of ] Loans; and Discounts..... ...... ...... .. ... $442,921.84 Capital Stock ...... .... ....., ... ...... .... $ )().OOO.OO '.j
    Afternoon...-Both Candidatesin Overdrafts Becuredand Unsecured. ...... 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 0,000.00 ;
    fifty years ago. Prominent people U. 8. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213.W6.87 Undivided Profits...... .. ..... ..r. .... ..,. 5.590.S4 t
    take the parts of "scholars," and Stocks, securities, etc.... ...... ............ 2.62500 Rediscounts..... ...... ...... ... ...... .. .. 10.28761 '
    Washington. this fact has helped to make the Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ..... 6718.48 Circulation..r.. .... 125.000 'f
    [. R. Stamps... ..... .... .... ... .... ...... 65Deposits. ..... ...... ...... ............ ...... 4S1.E04.35 '
    "Deestrick t5kul the most success Cash and Exchange...... ...... ... ......... 153,943.12 .:.
    ful amateur entertainment ever

    given. A Chicago dramatic paper I kI

    J F says, "The 'Deestrick Skule' has created -I I Total...... .... .... .. .... .... ...... ...... 1822,382.30: Total.... .... .... .. .. ... .. ... ..... .... :?!,St!? t'

    t This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit patronage and we will give
    ,.4iff!? more fun and raised more mon- your ?
    t your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. ,
    { ey for charity: than any other enter- i
    Y,j r l. tainment known." I 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ;

    'f'.1..-' Miss S. C. Battaile of Nashville, ... .
    : I \
    ""o. Tenn., who has assisted with the I '.0-, f' .

    '"'t'$ play twenty times in her city, will B. H. FAIRCHILD, '-.. .1
    :! ;; ; '
    1t.1t W. &
    have charge of the here. I pizrxa. COrJJ J'G. W) & COo .. : .j ," ,
    t program CT I> :H O Xj & T 33 X*. 33 XI '
    I J'f:.,,.. The young ladies are very enthusi .: 1.j 1.-

    .:' D.Ir A astic about the success of the 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. I ,.,1e The Style of a "Dorothy Dodd" (. ,' :; I

    : J "skule" here, 'aroef Work and Refinishing furniture a I ;
    .; .... g''J'il qcv a many prominent I I :
    '. 41"!" __ i ltdies and gentlemen' have prom- Specialty I >j LUXURY IN WALKING .: \ :! .

    \ .JJ '... I ised to take part. The "rkule" is I I Phono 403. :. '. NE VER mind what old-fashioned people tell you-Ktyle and J .- :; .

    't ,i :':
    .... .tJ t'j,r I! rises on the "boys and girl," on the I o thy Dodd" proves it. ;. .'
    R. K. WHITE .
    ; <: 1//
    l. ... ; : bi,; road to "skule" until it falls on :. I i.I They are the utmost height of style. They are shoes" of sjenuine .
    ,.A' : ; .{J4' I I I "AulJ Lang Syne.; All who have : Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler I di-tinction. The highest praise you can give a shoe is to say :a 1I t,

    ". .. '.' 1.". ". 1 f I I promised to a"i i-t are requested to : and (Graduate. Optician, I II "It has .: '
    .!:I-J. "' ; : I : the Style of a "Dorothy DdL"Yet
    s;.; ........ I meet in the Sunday sthoul room of I .
    ." to
    : \ < .
    f ', I 1 1 South Palifox St., Pennaroli, FU the D. dd" i i- the ; a'.
    "">\ :- 1 'r: the .t church Tup hy night at "Dorothy > most con.fuuablt 'hOA ever
    leap (
    ,,,.. 1.2111h ;:. L&1t ;. .1 i I I __. I made ...You walk for the pltaMire: : f.f walkiu!;. It C '.
    ... ._ ..' o'clock the first reheur.-al. All'I
    ) S for
    ,. ... .iii 1i "" ..... : :: holds the foot firmly around the' instep said! the unsupported 0 '
    ,, \ t who attend will an evening of arch..... Yr.ti escape the "Touchy' gait which teotneswtthsuule .J
    \. N. ANDREWS
    :... "J' M.l. -!fJ' :,' .. I fun. :2t 'J. shoe-s. It gives a new poise: to your body in w.tIl..II.gYl.urtur I t,4 .', .1'
    ...., : )'f., ...
    -1iY-.f.. : .
    '' riage is more light and graceful l"t
    : !!it .,..'{ Jt..'<...r...;:.: ...pI'I: :: I i!' 'j I ", .
    "" > .c for '
    :r .. "I .a' 1 Headquarters
    : 't' J t :
    .. 'r't", ...... -- t Th-J Secret cf L'H";: Life : Just Try One Pair. They Cost $3.00. t: ; I '
    r' .,
    .,, ... \ ( Consists in all the main SEWING MACHINES. 1
    \ keeping :
    -- ..... .. 4iE1I ,,: ''' i
    """ o
    '-:,. ..:$i. 'r'.J.' I
    ''' )' of the in healthy,
    "i J ,;. ..:. .. .. .'lj.. ...... ..;;; !::; ;..,;- 14" organs body regular IVi
    .. K..iI. dl'
    '"' action, and in quickly :troy- : :
    .\t.: .f.* -;.-:. .. \ "'., "" .""f..t-\.... ... \ 1'i"... 'Oo ..:... tug\ deadly disease gern'.s. Electric REAL ESTATE AND I i
    t" ): : : ': ?
    1: ; i ) ..:tli! } Kittf-r* regatytPhtnnlteh\ : Liver and iI .. "
    .. !; ; :.a. the blood, and give lt 'u'b llal'c H't'f't. I
    Kidneys purify ;
    ;. ,, ::
    .i i-Jfl.J. .} :. :'f. Jr "y ? I.r 11 TI.ey work ; :

    ,".'..."''.1i'r"ll''f'... !.. : .. .. .... -.. .. .;. : .:;] a wonders splendid in cunnLKidney appetite. TrouM, ; i I .
    ... ... .. .. !) ,
    / .
    : '. M1. .. !_! .! -. > ) .._ I Ii
    3'jr "
    'if" ( INDUSTRYFrom
    } t tte* Female Complaints, Nervous Dis- NOT A NEW
    ; .J1
    ; ;; L4:( <).;'f ; ;: I.
    r' i't' .. ,,' J, .:' .,; -J; .' ',, : .,.; J .i'il filler':, Contipation, Dy..ppp-ia and
    i'; ty7.i4u "i.\-.f" .... .,'i. '\ 't; T.-H_ i- ;;(' /ttl.,i_ ; Malaria. Vigorous health and I :
    '.:1 --t: ... '
    I-. :>''.tl.,>3.:,. ';,.;'f.i", ." *. .,. ::''' ,' \ L./:1.1. Oc ',:). strength;, always follow their use. i an article appearing i" the _.: (\ ) 1', '
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    ,....1.. } .-i ':.:5.j::.:' l! :,1"7"
    Palafox street.DAUGHTERS spaghetti To t:'pare Now," it is < GREEN 1 .1 ;
    WATSON & CO. f\\
    T. F. McGOURIN. I ; made to appear thai this is an industry ;

    OF ,i entirely new to this city, when, *1 >
    .* Francis McGourin w Ii this afternoon re-appointed United I
    iu fact, the manufacture of spaghetti .."=".MG. w. & coirrTG. w. & COL.",,Jgrs_ ,
    :'' M-'i! '1 il for the Xort'.ern Di-trict f.f F; 'nJ.i; and will therefore I THE CONFEDERACY : lias been carried on successfully here

    !r .. i I'''; !I'lrraMve o"lce:: for ti.e nex; four yt'arThi ; name was I for nearly two years. -
    I the iffOm00160L0@OA101ZIt10141.1091@004t1i1il.I '080 e90l001it0ID
    About that time enterprising
    I The Daughters of the
    ;' i lent:: llco-isvcll un 1 \t ill \wtut to tl.e Senate for conflrina- of
    hold a reception at the residence I firm of Bruuo & Co., composed i

    i of .Mrs. John A. Merritt, 619 North i J Frank Biuub" president:: and (i. Jlo- : SACRIFICE SALE i

    1 "'twin t'ia: Jibove wore tf'l'<'iv1 b.rI number of ardent iylen street, Monday, Jan. lSti! '1 rasso, secretary and treasurer, be-
    I from 8 to 10 m. came aware of the demand for thisi o t

    !-; tiiis afterunon, and thee people are I I Tim Confederate p. Veteran, Memorial I I:i class of goods, and in order that it \ ; ---OF-- 0

    i.i i t H hint--if wire that ho has been re- Association and families are :! might bo placed with consumers wag &. f .

    cordially invited to attend. Very respectfully :I fresh each d..}', they iimneUiately: 51.trw.- TJG G I'-;J r .
    -i iirti.-i: f r iho c >i : a I ""
    MRS. J. C. PEKUV.: ordered the necessary anti Latest unproved S 0

    :TV! >. i li:11!:: \'Hullfin! stock wa t'c.l. n.c machinery: for Its uiaiiut-u- 4
    o '...AT TH.E.... ag
    The plain was in-t.ill. .u ill
    '.II ''f th" I lot, II Republicans.: Fhlt tue.
    auuh IrYiili stiett ou |..ri.i'in.owut'U !
    : ; 'irii- fl'j.n and nl'itht'rbya! THE MARKETS. by -\lr. Jiruiui; and eacu ti./ I g BEERS' OARRIAGE REPOSITORY. I f

    r'-n!: t' 1 ii id been previously.! ; since tllt-y !hitve beeU turning oat li >ijpoUIida

    I COTTON REPORT. if tile VuriuUS kldlla{ of govt.> ,q
    ,1 .
    ; : -ir. \g"OI.IIll'ln'uftiJI'I I in their line, this btiiijja'( la:.;o au Gb I h.ivtacf" jiteii a position a- ;:nril i>: ui.-iift-r O of tlxl "x:' ,1 _

    ,., '" ":-nr. !,nW.'Q. r. preferring to ]Uf-porteJ for Tilt NEWS by I). F. :'output as that ot any factory in tiiecity g u.iHP*" of Win. John"on & :-;"ii and MI'S'1 ( ; 1 C.VH ollt| m.- ,.. i ;" .) :

    Lowe: Co. I claiuis to the contrary nouvltii- : stuck of \'.>1111'1." li, fi.r I"-t! aarv I. If youva'it a Ull:::Y. ; !.::- i iitheOPPOUri'XJTY : I
    u I I OF.\ LIFKTIMK'to hUI' one :it' j.u.r, OWl 1
    l Spots. .t.UdILg' e piice. J have U very fine as-si.rtmetit. and the iir-t conn rwill get .
    i'1011Iiddliug'! .8 34 Tins enterprise: was: commenced in o the choir".*t bargain*. f

    '. ._,,' ':.: .' '. .;': I :Strict :\lidlliu.S; 5-S a inodert W.If and without blaie ol Ilesj-ecfuly! IJKN: 1). IllilllCS.W : : .

    '. : '. Middling;: .S 12! I trumpets, but the products wire so O t ,

    i Strict: Low Middling.8 51(5( excellently iiiuuufactured' the lagitrdientb 300i0..1@00OQ4Q00400i1l00191f064Ql4@OCOLi00CiifOCO@rr

    : '. : ., ....,: ,' : : Low Middling .. .. ..... .. .. t S; 1 so pure and the demand '..
    : I. :, : I .__._ .__ .__ __ .,._ ... ._ _.
    ; "f1 : : I ,. :' .;. .. __r..
    I". J. .' ,.: ,::... : Tone Steady. gteat that the company was comI'tlled .ttt..J ',W- .. W!, -- %,W.W- .'vv'.a-_,. i.r' .-, !?-.y f. 'r-i. r'f._.
    4.- ..'" : :.. '. I Held of .
    :. \- 0 i'C7 uitF; .. i to enlarge! their optratious ,tlj
    f. '
    .."--":'.. -W.' J .:\ .\,;t I..i. ,- ltijot .. ;< I I January ..b.ij1 : and are now manufacturing !
    .:.":> t.,i :.;; '. .;.'O..;-t. I May .... .... ... .. .SM! I daily and di-pu-lUg Vermicelli, (I f GREAT GhEARA4GESAhE\ 1:

    ; .
    't<<\ 4 -- tti luiiu:. Spaghetti: fpa.jfcettiui,

    ,.oo,. '.. -''>, .'\'I;.. .--Ii" ."'.. ....'..3-". NAVAL iOta SPtliy :1.UKI1.: i, Mtzztno, 1'nrciaiello, Ditale, {i %Ij'Iflhliluili J'
    "' \a1lUar.UI, Stellina and L>: ?aout. ...AT... \
    '; \._ r" :; [.pt'rf..rt for Tli" Nen l>j .*..
    +.IfIj 'I '
    ;!;..-Y ., ", ...,.f .' .y...,... I Union Naval !Store Oo.VVW I' 'I he uiaclnuery and all details are '

    t:, .'' r. '' "" ."'.." bPdl 1. iu tiie haiiiis of au expert of many i (:] QI (:f
    ; -'
    ."":f t-.f\. f -,' ..'-.:".. __..._. II 111 H_........__ ._}'J ll.5WG : } ear experisiice in tile busiaessaiiJ I [1 I I0ln0Di) iV 'on.

    ., .'::>to'ct. :.,4, l '.? -. :8 SO. y. 14' who has made this a life ..;uc1y.i : fiI:

    ...-.-...".-. ." ''' '' ".>o;" ; l (' VI. _. 3 :I.j K:. I IIi -
    ; \ i 'wttf K ..._ ..___._ 2 t.l I. I I clean and everyiugtedieut tfii-.t : !f1J
    "' ... J,'; ; f__.?. ::4.) C* below 1 fiaJoldring's guts to make a part of tho: mai.uijc- .iii

    ; J 'pjb'i; :,. t1.I{ ,.{q "' i .\ii1ifih i I "I"'kITIt TUIlPt..TI4r-: ....._ I lured article is i thoruu;iii.v lu.-pt-L-- FOR TEN DAYS
    { '. ---- -
    : ..:. .1! Ii
    and be before be-
    u r t J known to puce
    "' "" ..'f1 YRi :? : t frt;.4r i) ( No. 3 saloon at the .
    1't.a.: .. W'J' : tug! Used. It keeps weil onset ail i ;', ,'t.t WILL CONTLNUE TO DISIOSE OF .t.t ; '
    -i\ Union depot, since its opening, has
    .'. t .!. ,::'11: become noted as the place to find conditions and i i-ti-ed largely: : iu the I m! E I V 4
    : .g i.; i, .;:; i--. I the bPStand purest brands of liquorsto city and by vessels laying in their WINTER UNDERWEAR CLOAKS, SUiTS AND SKIRTS, ,

    t LbW. ;rr' t;; be found in the city. You will! : supplies forking vojajjts, iiitsnx- fi fJ) [J
    ,I receive polite attention and be made: I ceiI iitkeepiugqualitles: have been : DRESS GOODS, VELVETS, SILKS, MILLINERY, ETC. t thl .
    I tested by Vt"btwllhh! have been; ,
    I welcome. i'
    H. NORTHUP.i i here before and which do not con- (i) i

    I! The Cne*t line of sterling: gilver.roods I rider their stores complete withouta I II I i :': Prices Will Be Made That You Cannot Resist !I fl ,

    ,....I lij 1' \1 ;"II! n I S. M-irs'Vship race. ; and silver novelties is to be ,' larueujjpiy;; Of Kruno & Co.V; I '
    :tJ J .. [EE::1;
    '-. .___.._______n _. found at J. I. Htepliens'! Price3 to i i spaghetti. Over three huaredbtxes : .

    ':'.- I nlfa4e all. I have been sold recently to' I; rs-w Skirts at One-Third Oil Regular Price r. i;
    TH" n rr) I
    \! ':-1.1: : TO-DAY. ISLE DE LUZON hips, and the demand exceeded the : wf t': .I Jackets i for Lidies aid CMiiMren. !''s Off Keyiilar Pricp. ) '

    ''[WHV NOT THE BEST/S supply. It is the intuition of the i l'0 Pair Ladies'Spring: ;; Hpel] Shoe at.. . .. .. .. ..tit.-pair >-.: .

    I 1.h- "III'd company, in a short time, to enlarge'I t; ICO(' Pair Ladies' Hf eld Ktioen. Pat. Tip ut. . .. .. .TUcpiir! Mlijii t,
    ... AT GAPE VERDE .
    u. u r.neh' I.) their plant in order to supply their] Pair ChildrenV Shoe, at S'Jc, worth -vular 7'tc; and: 111 1 (W -v

    .." ;, r \\rp.' ,i L..sl1":''m Hnvrs:!!q!: "":"b'T \I! -- THE>> MERCHANTS>> I increased Bruno &orders.Co., by their fair and I [rii;,.:::>..:,...-_A_'.!'.T....T-_ _, n1_ .."...___ __.Ihr.L...T_ ...T V._ _...o...'.......j.. .,_TI'4T_ .._.__' ....__ .. ..".r ..'i.'... ..'

    V v (I .J 1""r1't' 1; TtH' crui t r 1-le de Luzon, Capt. ; courteous treatment of customers j .
    :' .: I'; I. >(....... i iI TRANSFER CO. and the undoubted merit of their |
    i Unhn-II I, urrived at t't.'incent a I It '
    products have firmly iutalled D. HfLEVILSON
    Tem erata.'P I:I Is,!here : I I '::o :ui-i will :leave: this week Having been awarded! the contractfor them-elves in the confidence of the !i ;

    \Un. )let fur: 1't'1I">tt.Ltll: [ jo out of commis- j carrying: the U. S. Mail between j i trade, and new enterprise that
    \ :.. the L. & N. Depot and Post Olliee! i I any
    .! '' I.:!. 'si-i:. Thi> H one rf the cruisers and al-o the exclusive bl1l!;..g-epnvi- I: may be established will have: no ef- I Real Estate and Rental Agent ,

    'II. : ; which! fell intn the hands: of the U'i j jS. loge on all trains entering the city feet on them. ,
    .ti 'h .' ;., we are prepared to transfer b IIr gaae j The firm will doubtless receive in 13i3 South Palafox Strit,
    .. U :11h' : iiavv, Ir-'nt the Manila: event of ;i and pas.engfru to and from all hotels '
    1\ II I I the future, as it has in the past: the
    " q. -I a I ;t'H'rulH!. age/ f-e wag origin-i I residences and trains, day or it TELFPHONE NO. 234. PENS4C! LA. FLORID.
    M.! ::J rd'i night. full confidence of the public, as -
    ..... si i" silly! a tl ; '.hi\; of the :Spanish: squadron. -
    ae erves. i
    )i '! h ;. It j Prompt & Reliable Service Gnaranteet = ___ ,j DR. F. E. BRUCE
    ,. .-.-. Uh EXPOSURE to a sadden climatic i
    \ I We also conduct a Freight Delivery : Has
    returned and
    :i i the head I resumed practice.
    cold in
    : ... : :.i ;1 .asaptPvPrttticra.wella: curativeinedieir.e. Ru--ine5-haul; pianos, safes, j change produces ProvidIed
    machinery and furniture at Reason- and cat urh isapt to follow. i Oflice 22'a! \\'Ht Government St.,
    Hond'sSirsaparilla i ispref 1 with Ely's Cream Helm you are
    v 1, I is able Price \ armed azain-t Nasal Catarrh.; Price ': Salisbury fiuilding.Tolonlioio .
    nil f'U-II"
    '" lit i'rIV'F i n' r' \ i great orders to F. R.
    > your
    0\\ 1, ,'r".1 kidll II"-r! ftt: 1i-h. d. Poll's Livery Stable*. Phone 31, or oil cent- at Dru, i'tsorElv Bl'Oth..r56 *, rhotog aph8' : 14G.
    : ,1\ ',r. t'I! I._ Mr*. H. H.'HallnuikV. Residence W.lrrtnrf"'t, New York will RMi5tie : -
    mail it. The 15 Urn cures: without
    u.M.r B. v. TO rrui'oi.; .I) iOXK DAY Phone 351.MERCHANTS. p-tln. does not inflate or cau-e .. JOt'j S. I'alafox !StrictHot I II Why p-iv fancy prices for fun.iture [- f

    KKsTatn: ''.r"mo ijalnsns Tablet TRANSFER CO.. !-neezir;::. It spread it-elf over an an'l IJou*e furni-ihinsr g:..ud-t
    lY.ii : .1. .,!- :: on "Hr- irrit tted and !In'Q"urf.t e. relipv- I: when Jferri wither. in French Waffles with ir Snatn
    H3! APOSTLE'S c.k. yytl !
    MRS. H.H. HALLMARK, Prop. ; insj! immeliately the painful inlamination : .
    I- I Florida Cane Syrup at Tarragon'1 -'re -t. will -11\ you w'at!
    cleanses and cure Cre.mD.thu
    ; I HAKKY HALLMARK Transfer Agt., !
    the old. Solomon's. you want.' y ur own pjz: tkJkLV
    > .1 \)'< -n B. I 7 udjra s, tEe 3iest jar 5c. j L. t X.K. K. Co.,I'.and P.cSt A. bay. quickly cures I

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    \41fJJ 1 )ij. "t LjL.,. ;,.b..Y ,,,,, ., ,.,. --.f'f -- "- ,.. .t.i', "" .,. > 4. "'="

    I Ii .


    Letters from- ii TAll OC I IW I II TO FIGHT ROOSEVELT.The I I' A. JM: A.

    4 ; I Lily Whites Propose to Wage! v'ery
    b !
    itE& @ [ I War. :

    Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 17.-Republican

    ; Women I politics: 1:1 Alabama ia warming I IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

    [Original u? again; ana il plans now under discussion

    Cured by the uss of Kodjl: are received: dally. Cecil: Jo'ics was a L. o. quiet little are carried: : cut natU'LLl attention HARDWARE.

    Their! troubles nearly all! bepn with indigestion man. Hi- wife Lad rau.or bottir' judguiuit ; will be attracted more so than

    or ether stomach disorder. I than he. C'or."I"I ntly he fell i ihltl ever before.It I
    .; If ths food: you eat fails to give strength Iron, Sail;:. Axe, $bnvds. Kw Mill and Ktemnb, it
    I ler
    ". ) a of ilifirrin to con- is announced that: Julius Davidson
    to your body, it is because the juices secreted I' Supplies" Cooking and Heating Stovs. Runt, Oil-
    by the stomach and digestive organs star.tlythat is. In cu-t.iin matters. who w as chairman of the last Repub- Window GIl! -S, Guns, Pistols! and Fi-hin: Tackle

    are inadequate to transform the nutrient properties II" thus acijulred tli.- jmtation among lican convection which officially set

    ,"' :1 of the food into blood. That is hi. frienil-i of Ijemj: konpei'LwL One 1 1i i on foot the "lily white" movement and I Agate and Tinware aim Hoiwfiirnishiii!'; (tho} (u.

    !. lnd.gestion.: The system is deprived of the of these friends tm>k it UI"MI him df which endorsed President Rooseveltby : 1"AGEX8FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPiXy-jji

    amount of nourishment required to keep up to inform Jones that Mrs. Jones was a narrow margin for the preSiden'l Revere Giant Stitched" I>ltin?, Northampton Kim' rtWheel
    4. the str ngth. and the result is that one or considcnd the head of the hoJuslThe is\to .
    call another
    cy ( Co., Liftin & Rind Powder Co.. J'hn"n'b Kit t
    ; more of tne delicate organs gradually! grows lufurmation r-nnk deep Into Jones' moning every man who was a delegate -I somine, Iron King and Ruck Stoves and Rtngs. Wm

    ut weak Diseased.: and Her then a weaker great, mistake until finally is is i heart. He believed his informant and WHEU BAS7IS i to the last convention. Then COUPS & ('o.\; Raw Hide Lace Leat.ier Maurv' *

    L ; That of trsatr.g the diseased organ. The his i>rid" was woummileti.hat shouldbe resolutions will be adopted which will Made Railroad Colors.

    I best doctors in tne land make this. very dt! >-live on under such obloquy or GOM1HG reiterate the "lily white" movement. Masonic Temple) PtitittiiI3 Fla.

    I mistake. Why should they ? It is so easyto make a strike for the tippir hand? He ,I Other resolutions will be adopted

    see that the trouble is not there.J resolveil 1 on the latter rourse. Once re- UeEMother'sFriend which will endorse Senator A. Hanna -

    bA.ln'tl, he only waited fur an opportunity. 1 of Ohio for the presIJf'ncy. While I :. c. SAMUEL CHARLES

    Kodol i : nothing is being given out by those I ,
    It came one day in nn Invitation to r :
    who are leading such a movement It
    Mrs. Cruikhank'fancy dress ball.i P BDQT.H.NU SHOE :
    I is believed that something has been I l MAKER
    If Mi-. .Tones wi-hul to aieept.
    SH i whl're-I heard from Senator Hanna which in A-
    CuresThis UJMIH Mr. .Toms saul .It'dJ'tlly"I' I 'Woman's greatest dream of beauty and catcs that he would accept the nomination I r] REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT
    will Pot attend this ball.!! I is wL-.n has chosen her to
    I glory nature : if liii ixiJ Wholesale and Rttailleaierin Shoe*, Lei i ,.
    iill famous remedy pu'3 the stomach: an! "Why not, diar'1! become a:notb r. Every faculty is keenly it was tendeitd. :

    digestive organs in a healthy condition so "it i-n't neei'! ':ary for a hu-band, toalv alert as she foresees the joy, ambition, i A prominent Republican whim aked PIIOM sit. t>o7 SOl' lit PMHSTHKKT

    that rich! red blooi is sent coursing through avs be gh-iiz: reai*; to his wife." success and the L.o-1': ng satisfaction com- i what the contention would likely do,

    -q -" the veins and: arteries of every muscle. t:ssus I "Hut. if ;you tli.n't want to p:.>, whysu.tlthtit f.g nearer, and fiber roughot!; every organ cf the en- I "'" innocent tcng: so soc.ii to see liit, and si utttrn policy cf the adminlstratonand LICKE&CO.Plumber
    3 41; I tire body and by Natures lav of health fall!! i 1::" 8Ityty : tie rncerti.uythKln.r: s>!.e &!ul I! see a prcw-et-d to the election of dde- .
    .i: strength and: vigor is soon restored to each.: i .l If you d',. It.m be against Ill)' ex- sweet ;iirl or a boy Lee lc ule La

    - r- Koiol; cures ii.digsstion and: all : pr. -* ili s-ire ai.d ttunuiand." on tIle ]V:!'>\\ .. : o / stt > her esj>ect. ncy. pates to the next Republican contention -

    stomach disorders. i "UM1. diar." replml )Ir'i. J>.tlf! "I lot'KT's FrL-na applied:i externally I Ithroll instructing them for Marcus A.llanna Gas and Steam

    :: Lr4l I have taken Kodol for reartwo! months 1'ave: a .spieial roa-oii fur wihiug to : hot pre-jiiancy will relieve the I : or some other promimi.t! Republican Fitter

    .. after each real and it is the only remed/ I gi"; hut as V(11vtmiit give me jours pain of p.rt..rian, anti r.o jao>.h<.r and for the nomination for the ,

    ;-i -I that gave rsl cf from. the terrible pains. I P, r o.itia ril not :give: you min, 11 ow- I child can fall; tote healthy, he irty, s rou: I presidency.The No. i South Palafor : Street
    endure: After a time 1 would take it but clear comploiioned! pure LlvI.J and situation
    II er, the I'' '::11'? of tins family is of I promises to become excecdmgly -
    once a day. ad rJo-v. while I keep bottle cheerful in who mutually!
    ; a ta-'i-e than do/.tu balls. disposition, are intcus-tin. anti attention i3'' All Kinds ot Plambin? and "a- Fitt'v Matpnalj Kepi H
    import line a
    handy. I seldom need it, it has cured influenced the continued cif this ,
    as me. by use .
    ,.. .
    . we will say nothing more rftir.XD.jLuy going to be attracted throughout the -" .lrbw. 1 r ') A 1
    .tt4i MRS. J. W. COOLEAUCH Milo Center. N. Y. peat linhncnt. MOTHER'S: .
    .- q aim-lit the tuittir." of dnttr iats, :1.<)0 p.r Lottie. i country.
    Kodol What You Eat. I
    Digests A few tlajs alter this ooinen-ation Our treatL-e "Motherhood" nailed free.
    BottltJ: on!,. $1.09 Sue holding 24 times the trial i as Jones was going; I.UtIf the house HE BHADFIELD RECULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ca. WILL STAND BY UNION.
    r M size which! seist3r; 50 certs.
    1 .
    ;! Prepared by E. C. DeWlTTi CO., CHICAGO one thoining, he met a In y_ bringing:, in ___ ___ ____ ___ I .WILL MOVER'S.. .
    tc1 I a bundle!! from a fancy dress etablithinent. : General Strike In Cardner, Mass, Is'
    Jones opcwd it in the vestibule I HACKED THROAT WITH KNIFE. i:
    ii Threatened.
    t.cll? John IH't\p.lrdHar) i'
    I> Pharmacy
    aiul that it was a red velvet robe i
    .l, Sidney Kanu. saw 'I Worcester, Mass. Jan. 17.-A special WEST SIDE GROCERY
    When Wife Died Tennessee Farmer
    with nil crmiiiiitmuamit le. There was : to The Telegram, from Gardner,
    I 31'0:1 with four big Attempted Suicide.
    . _. pasII'IHartll'\'II\\ 'I says:
    :r ; NO SPORT IN IT. green (;zlas-i stones in it. Jones bade Chattanooga. Tenn., Jan. 17.-L. J.DeSabla I The question of a general strike ot HAS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OF

    the boy ring the bell and proceeded to a promlnet truck fatmer residing ; all union men in Gardner in sympathy
    Fish Roe Cranberries Florida Syrup Barrel
    i I!
    ; i ....n Fur lh<-lr LarUrrn. Well the tug of war had come. His I a desperate and succesful attempt to : locked out by the contractors Jan. 1, I I Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and lcry-

    : A New Ywkrr who li\cs a small fraction wife intended to defy his wishes. He commit suicide this morning.His .
    ?: Is in the hands of the national leader 'i in First-Class
    ; of tIns time in tho city, IM-IIIR usual laid a deep, dark, diabolical wife had been ill for some time i of thing Kept a Grocery,
    American Federation of La .
    ly lou li-taiwi's way in pursuit of I lie \\"III.II nothing to her SdWDI"'I' and he had declared that if she died
    I bor. The contractors hate refused to : FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR HPECIAI. Oft ASIO.V.
    game, Its!!' i>f tho int'thHl iiurMicd by discovery, lie would give he wanted to be burled with her. She arbitrate! and their spokesman haai

    the, l'.riti-i! IViliiiulii.-i in taking oppoit unity to ;go to the ball without I died this I ;
    early morning and the hus. told the union committee that the contractors A Car L sfl of tin Justly CelEVatei Majestic Flcnr Just! Rcicd.
    ?- ii :: 'liir. Th! .')' h.ni1 \ihcil a 'lotl'llJ. even so by stealth. On the evtning : band. after taking a large dose of i I do not want to have anything I

    : i this liuiitMi.,1'1 sluius ]>rnc- ; in question he would give notice laudanum. hacked" his throat horriblywith I
    more to do with the union. All the
    -, i ticiilkill' ai:il !' 'IIII'lth.all,1 knoulod: o that ho intended to dine downtown.lie a !largp pocket knife. )Ir. De : I J. A. VAN PELT. J c. VAN PUT
    I union men affiliated with the Central
    'T : of mtti.ri! 1-'IIIiIiIlIl.! .. lit- s.-ijs. would hir a co-tume and !:., to the SabIa few
    j:. "Tl.,> liulruito I IN'KIM. with .1'1 not ball! Tl.eio he would timid the robes h,' I in a hours. Labor union: ha\'p"oter( to stand by i VAN PELT BROTHERS

    : T mint ilwr for tinl l<':i-uio uf liuiitiii I had in-potted wmn by his \\ ifp. lie I Rev. John O'Donnelly Dies. th* union carpenters in whatever way ,

    l : Tlit-j' ;.II i.n- .'.(.<'r iia lio-i-i k'i'JM"r frotsto would :get up a flirtation with her andby Atlanta. Jan 17.-Rev. John O'Don. they are asked to help Represrnta-
    i I tins! from Ft'dr ration in GARDEN STREET GROCERS
    't Mi unrkft !nr I Utf. ;t tt.l. \\ lii!'- moil' i hook or by crook get lur into hiscarnage nelly. Si years od! and one of Atlanta's headquarters

    in lritili I iihiUii! >i.i. at ally i.iti--thrj' ; drive her Lome and there givehtr : oldest and most respected citizens, i Washington are expected In Gardner the ,
    1 Have Received !Hince Holiday- Fr -h In. if
    tij h' $ tluti't ;.:'i oltfii ti Iit.titt j ip>!i niiful in I a "IIt'l'o"ill that would forever : d:cd at his residence. 2'U!: Gordon nftt week! to Fee what stops should betaken

    the rm-ri :1,1 l is '." ..ily c.niLlit.: MI \\ lijha..o after show that ho vvamaster.. i i111'11 tnet, at 12-IS:! o'clock] this morning to_pnd_the trouble. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

    auuuaU: nlnii iln-j .'.111 -<.>.urtUfch'i > : \\' the time armed I. Mrs. Jonesshowed I. Rov Mr. O'Donnelly was a minister Foils a Deadly Attack. ,

    It is ,Jiliii-lliiiis n" it is ill :NewA I unquestioned approval of his i'! the Mr-thoJist ipi=oopal church.outh. "Mv wife wa* =<> ill that good

    foiintllain utu !'t' I unit a iiiiijili- nf iLaiiu; : downtown. He I also told! her = He had lived in Atlanta since pliysici ins were tunable to help her," Fruits, Nuts, and all the Dclicacacics of the: Suson: : ,

    ti.:4: : IIl'lWOIIau.. 'ihi'ic tin' |1'1'1'\i ';:i Hili I ;'; fi-\i\ I not to look for him I b..fore 'J or o o'elm lS;j":>. hating moved here from Palmetto. writes M. M. Au-tin, Winche-tt-r.. and It Iv I it .' tt .
    Our (Joods are Arriving Daily i III \lw.IY- "i i.
    iu ii.' to which she assentedwitli Ind.. ubut completely cured by
    : a> jini ni';;ut >.iy_ ainl tlimuhI : t iimming Ga. in that year. He lia? in the wa

    -!/ Lore U ito > !:.\ t.. tin- \.uul.)' tiC ,.IiI.I i unu-ual l'OInI"'ul'I'. Jones se- ,, city a host of friends anti admirers, I i Lr. Kirs' New Life ltihl." They I Best, Freshest and Cheap t.iVANPELTBROTHERS.
    and livertrouble
    work in
    #; ii-h thIIIIII"- t.ikni. I tinn.iiiu 1It'\"- the costume .f a Spanish toreador wh'o I
    will be grieved to learn of his tick
    *. Cure con'tipition. :
    Z''t < r think hfjdiche. L'bc i atV. A. D'Aletn-
    r He was not long in ___ ___
    IS picIllfll! .1I1<1 i lit \ fill 111 II III' Il.tliit. 1 ; I berte's dru store. 121 IS. P-ilafox ,
    Ih.' finding n 1'1..1n.t gown an trmino I Crown Princess Shocks School drs.Iterlm. ;:
    Pt ti UI>IMI-I>. Tiii- -u inur.iiin thai ) -treet. I
    I' TELEPHONE NO. 231. o 1 .< 31 EAST GARDEN 1 .
    ; -q call "IoIh.1tih' silti|.l3. 'I InK mi- istlhitSnl cloak and a crown with four emeralds, Jan. 17.-.\ special! dispatch -- -

    14! I imll1111 ami tinnl df ii-li. I the wearer personating: llllt'I'1Inne from Geneva, Switzerland says that jfndiu, lie 35cstor oc.

    D j .4 f ..' "\\cll. \\hcii tinItiiiili 'iiluinliia I Iu P.nlovn.! He I I joined the lady devoting ,. the pnnnpals of a number of gnls r ) .1 '
    -- -
    t ; titan tnt! up Iniiiiiul fin. Vt'I iii-iin, lnirws > biin,..t'If to her. and -1I1' seemed to enjoyhis schools have complained to the author. = I

    'n- .;tfl"1: at i* !'y-l.iiiiii.: | ;iIly! aiulilli
    \q t : 'iithiifiit. .\ :rua,1 nf liill'a ilii/.i>n or 1: with II.T setcral times tthcn a Uu-- j! o"t the for their usual walks ,

    .; Ion uuiipl't an.1 l lal.I' oiiliir. einl of a ;i ivalley. !Man iilminil took lur way from bim lu rinse they were shocked at se"ing[ --

    r I :;. 'Ufa 1 tit y. imxitil almu the ;;...1 lie -.i\v until.11,4 more 4.f her till thC frown Princess of Si\onv riding ONE NIGHT' Biggest, Busiest, Best I

    '; I I I. uiiHitani Iol"I'l i t' Li.t eta I tli I <' t\\o einl-
    \i'li'{ t 4 '1 !hl'\' ilnm-1-II"- ,.hd'r.1 sought him out of her own accord. i Fare forbidden) the sale of not cards !
    \ hi, h lln- .h'I'r| "IVrhapN" he !said "I m:iv. make !'o <
    :-l : .tlo of tin \.illry mi \\ hax'rd: on them iwtraUs! of the crown

    tt: ,1 .Ii 1' tii,,'k t., c-t-ii"- tl'f \\ litI I K.U-U p.uty I bold :1'" In a.s l.; to see ton to your lit tulle.i1y rrius anti Prof. Glron! together ELECAMTGOLITON'S -(@ ,I

    .[ 'I;J :. ('or> the uiiiiiiitaiii 'i.I", ....IIH ii>-:lr 111..1 carriage 1 Is waiting" '' !

    J. t4 1 f<..>t ami Min.c .it tinl 1"1'| .tiul 411 lit'is "Think jou. I accept tour kiwI of- .'..n.l \\e height to Kilt. i L :
    ':' ( I with It li.-is lii.T.i slid: that a ni.iiihonld: MINSTRELSEXTRAORDINARY -C ;.
    J 1 r.. .J tv Htho iia'"". kc'-pnu al-ii'a-t I Joy :t Ii fir with pleasure. came my
    1 I..' i PI lie. Ii Ii I if be ta he's no I'e
    ( t if &' ;; imitatiil!! lu.-nt. Tlit* ,1..1'l mi 'u mil- maid. \riy ;:IHH : f '
    r 7 i i in:;' i-iir-ut. h.i\i tho tiuk t uf l lipiii:: "Who. I prtMiaie, will retain lit .\'ourcarri.ui. iiiur t'! tl.ntlilV<'r<'nt kit,.!.. of f.Mi
    ", j aviv. \\ n the -.1..1..-, i.nliki" tho :mi-it-. I :.::"':' i' Jiny ciii" 1lJ"I!. It liimlil let s=('r\l',1 ,

    } itj" '' "which 1':1 tip. s'lul tlm- IM-IVVIHM\ tho t' U ; ".' Iii, to'i naughty man: Well\ if youIUslt as nearly! as I.ssil.lL' in itt Mtnple I..t It ,. Itlrt.. ( ,11M!

    fJJ .. It I.,. state.Mnre fixnl is reiiuin-il mi at'niiip. Everything Entirely New and UpI I l3tunde.rp' ak fir
    : ; ; :111I\uldi( I-! pan! .. (In')' .no t !o\\I'\,1 tn i uiM>n it oil. and Cufls we

    : li.-i: gi: Ih. r at the 111.1011.: "," th. \..iIt..y.! .\ 1 Jon's uas tliunilcrotrtick. lie Lad '' r.i\v. timid day than 0:1 a thft-r to-Iite this Seaon.fEK I thenmlve' Thpy will ulk *II'uirth

    it. j 'HHI >>: .nl h' rt! \t i1I llnido I killril iT i til-courid somctliing he hid r.eter tuItett4I. ful. dry! 111.s .'. THE FINEST MFXSTKEL: : in wee:in. We want to 0 ml;"d
    . : .\ rule it Is !safe t>> aunic I that -- .
    iitt ,, : anti the India! .i- -iipphul: fin in.inyirLs PARADE ON EAItril.Seats 3 1 __ J more by the work we d" i an Dy
    : It was not lon beforethey were : wo irafor i is l>ot fur '
    i-; \\ li.\ twit or tl.rcoNow thivs: 1.\.lIulI.: what
    .i iji .: I \ vrl. TrllllllI': 'i ii IMI\\I:i'j! aloiu: toward the Jones man i in tUM-s .-f illness this iioiutslniuld on !hale at Joe's Hook-tore. I I' wesjy.

    ,HJ.I i 1 sion. Tlu lady tl.d; not mention her ad- lint be s-triitly adhrrnl to.Mi"i .

    > ; t.J ,I'. 'K '1id.1ii'itir>. ilre"<. and Jones did mt avk it. lie I i iI II iiiinire a P .M! ileal Liurtf xHl PRICES-25 50, 75o annd SI.00. ALL WORK c. o. D. Gauds Called for and DelirenlFRt

    r.t. I I took In'r hand and pito l Iwr a k' ',;. lie than \\4uuen: thoMlio xi nk bard
    : ff Such n shuiit!i i-ircuiu-tnnii a- a '
    l.t : i I ttas lu.rrnr striuk that she dd: not resist mi-re than tba-e who lead u Mtlentarylife TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
    "l t \\lni- thaiiJtbo! \ lu-toiy of 1'raiuv .MONDAY NIGHT JAN. 26. :
    1 ... ...
    ; 3 i'' I.'iir-: I'hi.I'i'l and, settling himself in a ('"l'Il1'r.hI. : thoM' who are growing: more then ,
    for no-lily tvve'ity jo.u- II WALKER INGRAHAM
    t Manager.TIME
    :,i tvamd. broken heartd. till the car- tlm'e who have n-aclu-d maturity. .
    I i .f IiilHkuii:| I of lie I'M'nth. hail a si>n.tLo .

    1 ; l'uio Ilf < It l, :iI. aii'l luir tn Ih.1 .' rime: ilro\p up to his dinir. Handing his I CREATOREIS
    Ixink Out for he\rr.
    \1\ lIra 111.! ml..1 '4-oiMKinion nit. he led tier unre!'istiimly :
    J tlirono. \\ bit alaj> < 'rI
    f Biliousness and liver di'orde? tar :
    and fumbling
    testibule was
    I of "l w iim. 'III' into the TABLE.
    : lulu nuiuiiir ;fl-is> s
    4 tvitli his keystliou the door was mdlenly this season may: be prevented by CODING
    ; ( t .Miifia otio n.oie: made him ti|"-y. I i I
    f \.J.; .; u.II.'ral.I,' niniiuiu ho f..r"t tt'Uut oieiicd and there stood Mrs. I I: cleansing! the system with DeWitt's : ,
    .' : ( tin1 nuiiilM-r t.f lii- alt--<,,* and Jones.evlimt. Little Early Ri-ers. Tbe ;e famous i

    Jl t .1 1 tookno nmro than \ -ualVlion <'n- I ? In, FI.I. iiu'u-k.. she said. ""Ce. little pills do not gripe. They move 100 NIGHTS ON BROADWAYwhere I II IS EFFECT UECKMBEK 1, 1K)1'r

    -I.:; {('rin;: hi" t.iin.uo.: ::: ho si Muinblo flight; cil hasn't comeji t. Kim u\I\ tairs. the bowels gently but copiou-ly, and I Orleans and Mobile.
    hiriand can-in them tf) I'lo burst Into a lauuh. of he set New York :\Iu ic\lad: New
    ; i viiin? the ;: I by rei on the tonic property- .
    tIt'; I'\e him h.'r,'." she said. wa* the talk of the town and ----- - -- --
    got a
    1 I !i run. In atti'mjitnu::: t.) k:'" frum thooarrbce :live tone and strrngth to the gland3.Hargis' I I :00.
    b I all and theser.atien I' Wo.6. So.4. So.!. NO.1. Nol
    uiiitiY' craze
    I.J011 summer
    -9 [[ ; his lead Mnuk t'ie' Ita\ ,'nit'iit. ''hat Pharmacy, John rtheppard 7:15: a UIm! lIt IQ p Lsaye _.... P"nlarolaI rrlve 6ln a 4;'.' p i". C J
    and he wmn died. That jla- of wineoverthrew I "1 his gentleman this toreador I is nidney K'ihn.CllliW. : of Bo-ton for a 'tAi a :!::7p II I mes L.'ave,_... tlom"tol.-.-. L..l\ve 2IR a 2HII p p
    r. I series of Uouc -rt* at I 2:5C: l..acs Mobile _.. I."ve 1He! n'tl It'l D t.'C J
    lose to all l1e: ) It 4:22: p a
    I J the Orleans rill.". nli-oateil lie's beea mak.n uie _ __ __ ___ h : Symphony Hall I H; :;p I 7$1 a.'I_ ..S.... C1IIPtng..IfrI1Vft_ I'IICi 7::!; a -:
    'I 1 the home." :::::..::==..
    : i their prrptrly of f.M.i'WO": and sent way NOTICE I and his
    "Not knowing who you tv 'rc?" North.No. .
    into exile.lilam i
    .I th? whole family -
    1 'V ,I ":'\0." -nfl---- i
    It 1t I 1' Z NKITHKlt the captain owners I Italian Band I So. 1 fI'
    hl'I''il- 0.4.
    .i nil thf Tnllur."Thi : 2.
    n or tnt
    ,; __________ nor 1115' pm 12tp! m Leaves _._ Pen'aeola ...Arrlve 4:00 p m 6 I" I m
    \ the "is the "What in thunder does all this mean" >or hark Iiovre will heresoonsible I
    said guide :
    -, graveof 1 : 01:15am ;:57pm IArrIVI!_ Montgomsry _l.eave 1I:15.m w\plll
    J' 'ik' crU-d Jon InMt lUU'nil."I I. i. for debts contracted THE SENSATION OF THE CENTURYPRICES50c It:5 .m 1I:11Ipm I Arrivs_ Itiumlagharn. _Leave :33.m 4. ".pm
    ill, i : Adam. 1 : by the crew of *"ld ve Ml.
    7:05pm 8IOa m ArrlvtI__ alilvllie ._...I.IneI _.... ....
    Ui-toric With reverential awe ( think th- I.'tl.lllllltlon1I0UlIJ come ci. _.._ .... U. 111I
    t-jwit LoulsvllI .LooU
    'j" m
    I i9 Captain 75c and $1 00. 2:* a m B15 a m I I Arrive 11:15: p ;
    .1 q -nay, with a fin-line of det-p\ t thinkful I f'ulllUII.." replieij Mrs. Jones coldly.! Consignee. I j4iNE1TH 7:10 am 11.wa m I Arrive umllnclnna..Leav 1:151 p m 11 pm
    '. 'n.r'k J.l' ;s- time wealthy menhant tailor on ]: "\\'t 11. amy I met a l boy In thisetfoulo Seam on Sale at Coe'* Honk Store, 7Ilam! 1:5'; ) p m Arrrv"__ _.Mt. Loni._ ..L.oeve' ___Ipm_ "PI-

    ; i ,. the othir day with a bundle KK tb. cspialQ. owneriI Commencing Tuesday, Jan 20. JUNCTION.
    it : f" Ins tir-t trip to tl.e: !'it'llt dnvv near i \ I nor consiKneei: of tbe >or PEN 3ACOLA AND RIVER

    n 1 ; ;iti,l eflt! a tlovvtr (tim the toiuli : containing: the-e clothis. n.-.11 thought! _- sblp H..nia will be responsible

    (1t i i I I' 'i: .. Iii:: nnoe-tor." he murmured, "I slit 1rr'l yea were going to Mr!:. L'ruikshank's crew of said 1 vessel.for dcbti: con' racted by tile ONLY ONE NIGHT I i, So 2l-DallJ .so. I-DallJ 'I o ,top where time DOt bOWD I! No. I-JJallJ :-" 0. -r-LI--'".

    .! I IN the la-t nnn on earth to revileotir. I lull: against: my wishes." 8 K.SOKENSEX.! iise TOO m ''Leave. PeDsacoh"uArrtve -10:50 pm- e.3 p"

    I; memory. To jour sill I owe my ITOS- ":'.) j-o J w ent to trap me?" W. 8. Keyset Co. Captain. Ul! nIght pm T:13" .. .__.llob..mll"u..._. 10:37" 4 ,," :,

    : I' .' 1 .f I perity.--Chieazo Tribune.Mrillrlnc I, Well I:. yes." Consignees l'tJlt Friday, January 23. fl:10 1113": 7:1 TP4 "" .". .._........ KliCambta Ynie.tra__ "" 10:84"10:111" 6 e.l"TUsi"

    .D., I "And my si-tcr trapped you. I want :; : T\ .. _.. MaIM __ 1O::* II 6.tAi

    J For Him.His : ed to /so to that ball poclally to take CHOICEST i 1\:1Ia .. r T::.q .U. Harp .. fI0:21" P4) ,
    V I .. Tsi": ._uitcitI:_ 10:16" 6:17
    12) :
    j wife treasured all the letters [to. but fis you objected we arranged Mr. Tim Murphy I 12C4: 7g" N .___ Milton_ ._ 10:10" f5 .,
    1t he wrote her when he was tsmrtla that: she should po from here and return -oFf i 1:11I 1m ._.. Good Range._ -- "' 4'A. ..
    1:116" 8:15 Hottl..... .._ 0:86 : .,
    : ? hor: Letps them by her all the lu re for the night. You came home Presenting His Greatest 8J _' Milligan -. 9J: 411 -

    time." with her and made love to her. supposing f FRUITS I AND CONFECT IONER 1 Comedy bucces* Ij\23 N 8:311 .. _Cr.. tvll!"-_- 11/1: "" 1J16.:'10
    1:00 to 8M; n _IJ 8Of Land 8:4 "
    1 "tiruclous! She tloosu't read them her to IK? another woman. ; 1:23" 11:10 .. __ MO'IY Bead .:40 ii4;.. _

    over tlii* she' 'supposed her to be you. my lov e." I i "Old Innocence. 4:01" 11:85 .DeF'onlak8prlngL. 8n "U I.1.11 ..
    '. -AT- 7U ..
    14 _
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    I ">'o, but s-he threatens t>. read them Mr. Jones lung; his: head. Then he I i 4:15 ftI 0 11:67:<< .. ._ponce Argyle de LeOD- 1:11I ,. I 2:11 ..

    I to him whenever he gets ol trl'IIl'roul'l111atJd.hil :' locked up with a mate appeal, sayingat ; C. APOSTLE'S I 6:00" 10:10 .". __Weltvllle.__ f:17 "" Il 1:5611" : .
    \ 10:15 S .. CarJvUle.. _. II
    I'ro-s. the sometime: : U ...._._ C. eM" I tr ..
    lmScEneri! \ Stron Cast 6.11II" 10:110 _UonUay.
    "There's a bottle of champagne: Inthl' 14 East Gnenneit St. I ';00" 10:67 .. _. Cblpley __ U ':87" 1:14 ,.
    l1.t 112
    Ci*J" Ll5YT U U __Cottondale._ s.i : :
    t Imf'ry cellar.! Go into the U.ning: room 1NCLtDINGMISS 1 N U .. 800 l.4
    1:00" U3: ...Mariaana--
    Ten thousand: tons of fii..'ry are annually : and I'll bnrg it rp." Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stau. 7:80" U:4 Cypr'.. .- 6:3 1 t. 11:45: I..

    Imported Into the United State .IT.WILCH: VCKXIGIIT One car-load of Pineapples! at 11.7! I DOROTHY SHEROD.PRICESSI I 7:40" 11:6\! .., _Graod Rldge.... 6t"61
    7Li.! 1!:(6 non t ._ Mneadl : 1.." "
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    from Urn: 'iv. I i to $2.00 per dozen. I 8U: to UU" Arrie.Eivsr'anctlOn ..Lene 6:10
    NEWS Want
    Try THE column. .50. SI.OO, 75 lid 50c.


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    CATARRH Curse The Beer tt .

    REMEDYSt115FACfIUN Ton's Pills Memphis To Be Conreeted with Many fl 1

    .> !"' ( DEFINITIONS OF LOVE, POETIC Southern Cities. r.- ;

    a tfto AND OTHERWISE. Memphis J .n. 17.-C. R Stinson, OF ThatIPKWB -\tP !"f I- > .

    a RCil'gCIEc11acl1ll Differing Tone. That Blend Into a FOR TORPID LIVER. vice phone president association of, the has National been elected Tele- D ) rAM r.' J
    A torpid Over deranges the whole II.R
    president of
    + HarmonloQ Matrimonial Chord. system and produces the Memphis Telephone DRINKCURED .! :;j
    Diverse View a. to What Conxl- company, to succeed Harvey Mejers. it. ::
    '' SICK HEADACHE '' :
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    a tote "":'he Ideal Woman." who becomes chairman oJ the boardof : : ',

    1)r rtl:r atlltlr auy I s ceA r y Tennyson says in the Hiring a young Dyspepsia,Costiveness,Rheumatism directors.It BY VICTORIA }}J' : 1 i
    Is announced ;:
    , mar's lightly; turns to tho gLts Sallow Skin and Piles. that the company R
    "' toe COLD IH HEAD There is better for these will Immediately spend between $300 WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.No '
    of lute. With the young nun nrd wo- no remedy MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. T. t i
    r.y,! &Ita, of taste aiiilt l moll I Ilt" common diseases than DR. TUTT'S 000 and $400.000 In building dnd acquiring .
    Eon= ir.(n of Vijio county (ulnnitioi of taste, Ho xlur. Ian i bt girtn in glass oJ
    II t i,ruec tsor hy mail ;.1rlal LIVER PILLS as a trial sill .prove. lines In territory to Bust to-i'ENr nor ILK CLEU 'if'! "
    1 r. ti.Y BituriiiRK. this interesting theme is not cuulini-U tributary ..vatertra or coffee without palkl tnoirltJgt. H
    Take No Substitute. TOWN.1
    ,tf ys lnxl New York I Memphis. It Is the announced Intention IN '
    While Ribbon Remedy eureord"ttr01tbe :'
    wat'tl et to one seasonit bas the right of w,11at ._ .
    -- -- for
    of the di.e.sed appetite alcoholic BtlmuUntt ; '
    company to build lines
    all times and season whether the patient U a confirmed DANNHEISSER BROS'- ;
    PETS. Definitions of bite, wore kin;: dlscussed HIS: EXPLANA' ION. connecting Memphis[ with New Orleans Inebriate, a "tippler," social drinker or '.
    OVERPETTED Nashville, Louisville St. Louis drunkard. fmpoolbl' to bare an AOKNTS FOR THE CELEBRATED ;4 .1
    when a refined woman said the appetite for aicoh- lie liquors after using 1
    ..UJ h"lI1tifuIldi. You see, I am-well, rather small\ and points in Arkansas. The purposeof White RIbbon Remedy '
    ,, and tnt Mi by Appetite nwM! ec.iniirehen.sive and ; I.I W. l Harper lirtey. V-' .
    U" While she was large ar.d somewhat ;&D. the Is thought be :-
    Tldblta. company to a con- ;.
    tr lum-turul iiitum! she had ever seen was wri'.teii Indorsed by Members of W. C.T.I.. !
    Went in for culture physical solidation of all .. ,
    (|nn'; world might afford Amanda Douglas. Here it i is: And all that sort of thing. the independent tele- Mm. Moorp.pre s superintendent of Wo- --h' hMale .
    n of a Ih ill;: skeleton j "1.01'JllI'S with truth in her heart At 5 each morning the would rise phone lines in the south. Mr. Stin nien'a Christian Temperance Union. Ven- '
    Ami take a walk for exercise, son was formerly general manager of tura, California writes: "1 bave tested Hou>-401 S. Palafox street..I,: ; .
    f kennel next to the and constancy in every pulse 1 ) sit v bite liiblon Remedy on very obstinate .
    n1: PS I'l.iee\ for animals, down in 1''t'rlll'ti11I't in the hearts A thing was that not I formed myself to des-plse.cling. l'She the Rochester: N. Y.. Independent Tel. drunkardand the cures have been many, R. R. Exohange-Opp.UniouDelot.. .j 'i',
    In tilt < .
    many cases Remedy was given socloth. -
    .:,e a days journey to of those who truly welcome her. If ephone company. He is largely Inter. I cheerfully recommend and indorse P. O. Box1. Peus cob, Fla. ..n i i '.
    there are sorrows and storms sllepjircads Her chest expansion was Immense; ested in independent lines, but has White Ribbon Remtdy. Members! of : -.. t
    It was a treat to ate her fence. our Union are dellgted to and an econo- Phones 116-2T8 '. ,.
    .-s him so thin was J : her wills for au ark of shelter And yet I felt she might dispense only recently! bought stock in the mical treatment to aid us in our temperance "

    ", rlaiL I! I : if toil and care, she lightens; them With such athletic sports. Memphis company work." / y .,. ..
    ,. was the rl'ply-"tbat will her blessed 10 m ill'. No room for And when she boxed with me one day Druggists or by mall, II. Trial package ,I
    And landed on my no -e-\\eJl. say! UIUWJ'I-IY. ,;oJ'i.
    .it hospital foinl. He's j rqrf'tOi' j":ll-nlsies, for both are true I really had to go away RESULT YET IN DOUBT. free by writing Mrs. A. M Townsend (for !o

    l.'iis of dogs; ami cats i> in dtPtl and thought: ; no coldness for Or make some fierce retorts.I years secretary of a Woman's Christ- The undcreiguedtakethismethod: s.. '.

    .' i here have Iwvn sjKiil-i, she thuds! lietv.-eeii them and the Injection of Formaline Into Circula sin Temperance Union), 218 Tremont of :olTurn-K: her services as a .' :
    do not think that I Inclino first-da1" licensed midwife, hav'I
    i'- tliink it is a t Mjjn; of ,t tI frosts! of tilll('. Year! l by year they ;:rl.\\ To any girl, houe'pr diune. tion For rood Poisoning. St, Boston Mass. Bold in Pensacola by lag had 35 years experience. '

    cultivate :11ll'l'l"Iite '1l1ttl into perfect ac..iil, bringing;: : lira veil With I.icej.s far exceeding mine New York Jan. 17.-The new treat Hannah Bros.,21 8 Palatal St Jan give bent of referPLcea from 4. ; : .
    ural li 't.I 'I ,Ia Who scales one eighty clear. ment for blood poisoning the
    : UIlII:1\ < Iearrwith'tint' W11. injec leading physicians of thin city.
    Such 1101my deep respect; k \;
    N I tn cut all kiwis oft ; "Tan such hrI'r fail':"' I:ut. nil the FUI1P.h"n I nflict tion of formaline into the circulation MRS. GUIDES*, o'l'c

    niM newer linn'U of : .\ j',Hj' frill present said "Lot( is a On marri-il life I mu--t objectTo has been tried in the Hahnmann hospital Try the NEWS Want Column. i jltf 1U South DeVilliera St. ; W

    "'1. Thii! "II1:1'iah fel-I tickllr.:; : sensation: round the heart that lead a life of fear on a young woman whose condition -I :

    ""it h. like fruit. lie Is'I l lie sc-rati-hed." her "
    cannot was so 6Ttl1at life was
    With one who ml"lJt. if she should choose "
    .1! of pear.lint, in casei .\ II/'d"-I, MuMiiuK joun lady re- Jly person mails and maul and bruise considered practically lost. :;.?l'W,-....'.;.v<_g'A.._ryAc's'. he.I>.';.'.>V1..I'r_'>..-.'.',.-...jy.c22.' *.".* -2*-'".a.' _-."J' "
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    I. 1 'iH'h.o;, apple. nullI mnil.eil "It i is soinethiii! And make m tremble in my shoesWhenever VvTiat the result of the operation r- Wii !

    i rte will-factory !'III.- Mihr.lst be !siMiiitaneolls. In'h'SI'rilta'l! she got ira>l. might be. the doctors cannot state.
    And to. although I loved tf'r1'11 Roberts & Dai
    ::1'JI.tldy.i his pri-Mtit nil- l"..tihtr: cni\ed illo bed hg;: s And h..aue.d her round ft'rIill' .a spell The injection was made at 9:30: o'clock i (: ley, (| /

    ., fruit ilitttreiiicly i it (.TOWS cold cinnot lie nariueil. : :-ii.lvc : I I passed hi r up. and truth to .n.1.'pon and at midnight! one of the doctors i I *
    : : the \\ho:". I'm ,;1".1. '.) 1:01 ".*' t
    inv" lio !is dtjiriveil of hear p"i.k': constantly wyii!:;?, "I I 'hie. 'e"t. who had! hen in constant attendance -DEALKKSIN ':

    '.d !j.<. !s literally! stare leari'cd (') lot( him I igo upon her said there had been absolutely : .:

    .1! :ith." There h! no subject tpin: viLUli a nn: \\hou Duty fa IN. no change in her condition .111 1; CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. f, .

    ; ::-.sul on to a ncishi !;: I or wt'111:11, }awl:; or middle! aged; pro- "But this docs not Indicate anythingat {

    i! i"ike l his linger: t-jmr- \UUil th'y are ul.t married: will K,- all"
    he said. "It takes
    about 16
    f }'' New Florida Syrup Fish See Etc.
    : ,
    i ., ,
    ile of a l.irjre cat animated ideal w.nian"
    ; gray ('tIm'o as "my r hours. I am told by I>r. Barrows, who

    I III CPSl.lllse''EIIIn : and "1111' ideal man." =. I Il first tried!' the treatment, for reactionto f m 1)I): FRESH: SUPPLY OI\ :'i ,
    th. re. ('.i-arl": i i11'h T'sn.illy the tall hen and wimien id- Ij j become complete" ,

    1 a healthyliole- I miro thou ( f niitliiiiii $
    Ire, that the \is-itiT iu1 i;. ; the fat the lean; the Monti the ,l I i L'J' ,11 a
    meat ho was feil ui>on. liruiHttc: the jolly! the sedate. The union '.'. OF ,...,
    ,::01 the atU'iiilant. "Ynli t'e of two people with different hnracterislks I FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. .
    re He .hW-II'tjl'"ll1l'uU provided they ante on the 1i I)1(!),: 1 I Et:);

    a %"(' ;l'Iari:1II.: lie likesr fundamentals makes a harmonious'liI HARD ROBERTS & DAILY ;
    ; ,
    than anything else, unIon I whole, the one furnishing: the tit -t1td i j) 1 l li ;
    ,. A pooil many cat coti.pli tent of the oth r. I I ( 77Iu( I! 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. : '

    '. ami most of them are also I I 1 The la wj'er pit fers the w oina n a\cr-e I'hoiiu l.>(>. IViisacola, rii.;

    ".aw The fact I 1:4 to lie his sutnVicncy of l >v, .Jt:
    a-paruinis. I urjruin jots r ..:-J_-....-..... ....'_'. ..._TTgI'._ .tIT .-T..iT't___+__ ,., .rN '
    run thrnuh a list of all the close reiixouin in the courtroom. The BRICK W e.W .W w W" {_"e.- ri

    find a ]plate on ;:ny up to ,garrulous: uian seeks a rood li>trll'r.I )

    'nl you \\ ill finil that some I I The conceited one admires the modest! I

    .- halve; nnniiretl 1 a tastepirureaniplleliteunl ''I' woman: who enjoys liuriiins incense In- P J1'Percy. 1b 5, A LEG, A WING,

    i } .. fore his altar. The man of fl'w words AND A CUTTING OFF
    1 .tendencies on the 1 picks out the woman of bright comerkatloiial -

    r<. brit I iloift :11'-1 powers.It I '- The ojvra Is a Veas-tly bore, AIMS\ ON BAND 1' y THE BREAST OF A NICE
    1 -i nf these : '' is diliicult to surmise from a man'sgeneral I don't you I hlakI '

    -.u of the natural attributes what is his ideal wont I IVrily. -Ya-a.. 1 l.ut. then Full know I TURKEY FROM

    '.0\\, .1 j i- likely to :)!). I .
    public pays tot. us and I 1':111I I
    ",, The trick 1 asked Terre Unite who .HALF. '
    '' .1 ll"\\s that' has kith a much in :public gentleman life and has ,f IM''l'H'.I11a"e.'IIU1'lIal. to g-Ntvv York Lvcning : 'I .. !R.Y.i \\\ \\V''A TEllS & CO. .

    an.l heel thrown .
    t' 1 h t-e> with many brilliant worn i i 'I ,
    ., i'v" York n what was his ideal! woman. I was Willing to Make .\inen. -TO- -

    I surprised to Liar hint say cnijih'itieallynot An :l1l1l1 ill:; street! incident liappcnedleeeutly. : ,, For Your CHRISTMAS DINNER. Call drop in a line or telephone! us .

    I u (onventiuii woman or one who I .\ joims 1:1.13left her hiH- 'I and your wants: will b* promptly attended t').

    AFH'f illMS.l {roes about dcltring! ; s'leethes and leetr.res : 1olIllrSill..- to look in a window. Onleaving i ONE MILLIONGet .
    upon a Public l'w..II'mH.I: )' ideal ; it she took as: she thought, herhusland's i R.11.. WATERS & CO',

    T x. ...,' IT in citing! 1 woman is out who can hold her own inroiivr.alioii arm and) continued her con
    i TIM South I'al.ifox SI reel ( Stir Sheppard Hnildia.)
    : 1.1 t I' I II with other \\ IIml'lI11.1 i versation.

    I J: .oJ off niir I'xbt'l I hit'h of brains: : in the parlor: who i Is self I You sec," !she said, ")'011 dolt even Our Prices BeforePurchasing. We have the Choicest Cuts of Western and Home :Meats *iNr 1 Chiekpn:

    -, .' .1, I.j -ui'i.I- :I reliant jet i looks to a man and dciM-nds i look\; at an)'thins; I want you to MI*. You and All \'e;('tablp*. Trh'itliiinc! No. _'<;(j.

    I upon him; not too good) to drink! a glass I never care Low I am dressed; you no

    I ; (, I' .lflt'II'r proiullndtuce- of wi-ie, to tell!I a ;:'".! story if the occasion I. longer love, me.toy, Soil have not I .

    /., '! warrants it, ) I't she must not be even kisMtl me for a wi1*'Ii, and""Jlulutt -

    ,i 1 carried off her feet. She must be ableto ; I am sorry. hut that I Is myI I --- I HALL & KLEIN

    "a. .. :In- dumb can work l.)th physically and mentally I I luisforlune.: not my fault," said the I ,

    .I! 'I.' jr and under- and be asiamiil! to follow in the wake man, turning round. I '
    of idle eu.ei.:. : The lady looked at him and paspcd.Sie apadty 50,000 Daily. 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.

    ', :, i,f liidi'es-sof |i iI .\ society young nnii: not given to (splint had taken the arm of the \vrontnan. 1.1

    statements' has founded tliishiueli .-London Spare Momeuts.
    : of his
    i'y jiuls-; 1: I and GroceriesSelect
    IU I about his Iol.'al011I:11I.. She .' I Staple Family

    lllll-t I be PXH! iniiki II.: IVrMi tluthoiigiit
    I' ,mation to I,'urll I The AY rttt 1'iii III i iI fIIcfilillan Brick Go
    of sitting opposite! an ugly woman
    ; ; ,
    .n to think that lie I Meats Vegetables Etc. in Tins.
    I Multitudes the
    !''\\I'll. at the table, one thousand and are singing praises '! ,

    : II I\I'I.lin' times in a 'I'ar. His ideal : ofKodol, the new discovery which Pine Barren, Fla.
    I"' has or fvcu what hesst's and Produce.
    .. the worth of, a'' wom.t'i HUM not be l>od| still not : is making: ?<> many sick people well Poultry Eggs Country .

    i is.-Amid.mild i afraid of athletic "IMI\'I; must be aj.oufl I ind we tk people strong by digesting MEN AND WOMEN.
    golf and teniiis player rile a 1 p Telephone No. 358. .
    ,\ stieiHl in small i what they eat, by clranilllnd: Re LRI.n I'rolhgUG.rann.t.r.l
    hoiswiih taulidthtr, tire a gun, row stomach and I.II. d.. dmcturgee.Inn.mmanone.Guu..trd ,
    ,\ ere not troulile withr.IIIIf'l.w. +wpptPtiiii(; by irritano.e or utreraion..ottotr.eture -
    wiih a steady !.tt'(1ke.! ".\ supirl Kniking. I : cif IHUCOI10 nifmliriineA.
    their food into the
    : transforming
    pr.w.l ( .IA.I. palates, and Dot aslnue'nt -
    well tioixtl in the
    ]IIOH I woman
    \\e have ; kind of rich, ml blood ,. mEEYxIsCBEriiaiCo. or pni oDima.
    ill-UlIWl' 011ail.tul'IrhIleeis pure
    that I
    j, satldle is :I si.hi: for the ;:'H:". Anything CINCIIATIo Sold by Druggists, Liciuors
    make feel all .:.
    i"-rty good over. ,
    but a namby patuby woman! oneafraid you r.s.a. or cent in plum wrapper
    ,'::1 for it.-IVnn. I For f t>7 xpr.<*.. prppanl. fur
    > of her sh.idow for this youngftllMW. Craufil of Tro.r. I. T., write* : .P tlflo, <.r aimttlriif27S.
    a number ot years I was troubled i Circular feat on i<*jue>t. -H>HiEverybody-
    il" of' t ncirnl II'H.I.
    with and dyspepsia
    Thire I is a proverb that runs thus: indigestion
    "M.S the xiui.irity of which .' into the wor-t f.rm.
    | !rew
    \\histhiig iris! and crowing btu alwajs .
    ;: ; \VJLiJhl4.A.VFOK ,.CJI.t.a.: # aJ A
    i has l 1'11'11 attriiiiiteil ; i Finally I WH; induced to Us Kodo! ,,
    \bad 'IIIL"1 least
    cofiic to !some (
    the t waxalu- I I : dud after uicyr; four battles I am entirely I STEAM D1TISION
    one Ttrre Haute gentleman; thinks I
    cured. I heartily rec mtiifiidKnili'l ,
    'P' palaces of rats: ami this i is an absurd statement. In fact, to nil ulfers from indigestion YENS.KOLA@;LECIt1(1Ti.1tfi1:it I -AT T111'-

    hunting; : foil Thereii'isrs ; the ability; to whistle will he regatds; :and dy.spppii Take a dose after I RAILWAY COMPANY.: :

    In the I'rltNhi i Man essential; in his ideal Woman.: meaN. It ftuets what you eat. '

    ""i i ,It.v niicidit 1::r1'l/- 5'flit slu! must ha\e rieh. jjiissy: hair, I riargis: Pharmacy, John Shepard, j'j'I I Rayon Trams, Biff leave Bayou FennaooU, W arrm gton for ,roe Navy Lliu Yi.ri Reliable Kentucky Barrel House

    i ;'iriNeiitlnj l''jlltian: I! liiiniiioiis dark cjes. shapily hands awl I Sidney Kahn. sad Kort Barranc&a at ,

    '. .1' on the rher Nile, linger nails! dainty feat, be jolly! ah.len1l'tliinhable t : &:::111.. m.arrive ftt Fort }! rrancm 7:16.,1

    !I.'r. .. cats, s-ittin; on : a person to liter a ftl-) I 10:00 a.m.aTlVjat Fort barrancas IUM en1OUp.m.Sr'rlveatFort
    Karraaa.u lil'.po
    :i the tern. Other I iluu i iti: thou woirted and worn out : SEND YOUR ORDERS :30p.ta.arr.TeaiKort Barrunrii ':lS pa S Aa Friedman i.
    its swimmingItli i arrln'a. Fort llarraaca 1:1.111111
    : 8liJ. m.
    with business. No bookworm or woman's
    !<:Otl p m ..rrlvellt Kort Knrranan tW ,;;,o! ,
    Ii: I hs after the manner ad\ocate be tlt.srd I II for ftati
    : suffrage talk ; Trains leave Fort Bartaao > .. ,
    These jiicttires ha\e: :IS his: ides'l. .\ lour of music not the to iVarl & Dolive for carpenter or oola at SOLI: PROP1.IETOI ,

    ,'. UKHITII! naturalist I ultra el.issic, is nn essential for this I electrical work. Ilppiir work a rl5a.m. arrive at Pensaoola ......8:011, LIhuO f
    ...' ti.l-iy: has a strong; : antleman's it'tal' l tnnnt I peel ilty. D m. arrive at Peusaso a.__11.45 p..
    .Hi'I it Is Uiiru-ult tu { __ --I Ir ::OO p. m. arrive at fnnsacoti..__ 2:"i p.a I am now receiving the Lar e-t and most tx'ellent a-s )rtment of ,
    i A bold li.jslnn!:: jouth ' as II ishl.'al II VOO: p m arrive Bt Pensacola.. ,... 6t6 p D "
    : < i lit traits fitii aft- I tl- .I 1:10+ p. m.arrive a: PfJSarOIf..':'p. Wines Liquors Brandies and Gins
    a I wominly I woman, even to ,
    *il5p. m. arrive at P "|110.:11111"! of ." 'urs. I luidiiy, but iu<..rally bi\n'e, one tll '/I L AUNGH 'Batnraaji oaly OK EVERY DE-UJRIPTJON.

    / regaid:: him as lur oak and cl.isji\ her FARE KOB WtKE Oils.Penioola Al'o the Finpst and Largest; Line of Ca-a liotthd Oood
    ''' .nl. Ih ..' r). soft tendrils about! him for supi>ort. '-" _.............. ...roic... to Fort HarrnQcas and tf tc re 4h ,
    Attention Given to Mail
    oi 1 1'rofcs-or ':alt'ini This dt'I*-'ltitrite, he avers, will keep r fen!acola to N""vy Yard and: retora_ itPeniaoola Special ;
    i i i i- due the ,'rl'l1it of his Ideal refined J to Palmetto Beach and return Ih best and lowest He
    him at his best and : I guarantee honest measure, quality pric s. cure to(
    o! the electrical bat sweat. noble. Hall c* CHARTERThe I 9CSDAT ORVDQDK.Wiiea I fend your Christina orders tu ,

    is his na nil'. :iSmicu In T.'rn' Haute .izi'ttr.; i weather. permita tile running iopen i
    : \.>n the tal.le and, ootkcbvit.Lrc S. A. FRIEDMAN
    v Peaiaaola. LT Port Ii.rralln'
    MiNi\e iii''\ttiit'llt inr.illed I Filling the llnnoe h. the Carpet. Elegantly Equipped : ( a. m. 10 s, m. ,

    her husliand'stratisre Anamg:: the many ideas which thl'.Tal'l'"e Naptha Launch CUPID 11 a. m. H m.1p.m. 331 t booth Palafox Street, P. O. Box 418, PENHACOLA, FLORIDA. t
    j p.18.
    ;:: fact whou\ I' have copieil from western I p. m Ip, m. -
    with Parlor Car
    s -, "'f \iMritnents, and'.ms and remod.-led to suit them- Fittings, i Ip.oa p.m.

    d I I fouiul.uiuii of the j ji : sehes is the covering! ; of their tluors for a trip on the bay or for (t p p.. m m. a p p,m m.. o9 BROTHER
    g \ with a s-K-eial! kind of mlitiuTIII'/ a cruise.Accommodations. i 1 p. m. f p.m. J. E. ,

    -- I is 3 G jards rasa roc BUIt'D.1't'lIlUaaola
    standard si/e of a mat by
    I for 4 I II to art HarranO" Hary COUXKU TAKHAGONA AXIJ: l n; ft"fCITHf: T:',
    I'ity car' firureI' I, The cusfini of using those, mats is so I \and and 'tnru_____ lit
    I II general, that when building; the Japanese passengers- Penitoola to Palmetto 1..11 ins Dealers in
    i v4 from torturing: dis-1 I I relarn.-__ __ III
    architect! arranges the size! of the Rates reasonable.
    I very No fr.ight et.edatteralgp.m.
    1."'tyrears': torture might rooms to fit the matsand when renting Landing-Pine street. g Choice Staple and Family Groceries,

    .'II' 1" urititudoof any o\t' a hon-e the size: of a room is statedas

    .' .r U'Witf''* Wit.'h Hazel requiring\ one, two or three mats, as CAPT. STEARNS, CHICHESTEj't.S' I'H.LISM! Oar Goods are Received Fre h Daily. They are too many to enumerate,
    I Warranted to be the Hot the Iarkfotf! rJand
    :- and are > can iton. i
    : '.." I". Hlllt'yl t'lIflva.O. the case may le.L 1[aster. r EHNVROVAL PILLS Relied \\Vcan Duplicate any Ord(-r Given* Dosing the
    nVut's -- Urle.1 and. ....1. ';...1.... and will Deliver Free to }' f
    Witch H'izel !i.l\fr. t ..) ..,. I..IIP.vreurr.t Holiday any .trt f> MIP City.
    W. PEAKE I cI. aCllltltE"ltl"'. i.,(.LIoU
    -t 11 .d pile after I had PARKER'S 1S .,,;:y,1); tn tnl, Geld ....,.:, UI.of COLNTIiY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION
    .. ...
    ''''' \' y-ir,.' Cures cu's No. 30 r outh Palafox street, keeps C1-HAIR b-sotttef BALSAM the !tfP'omotrf I,I ":' _ry,<."e-, ....';"R.r1'...*...IoII'.t.'I jilt oIhr.. ...01 Rr'uM 1.ltaj 1
    & ..
    ., ....
    w 'tii- *. kia dise.ip 15oonterf -- ctli hell!?, wires aud ull kinds of d' I Jomna"t ,-oath. j )r.f. m.m.rt"D. p".' l'.rt'n, r ['.'.'.'.''.10'T..I.I.f' .tIr. P.O.-Box326- J. E Dubuisson & Bro.
    s Hover Fa.I.lo Erstor Gray I ... .. ,
    ; I its. H:1r: is' PLar- electrical! supplies. Have him do -j Hair to' its d .loutbful bl'Color.Curt .. I 1 :' '..... '1"lIrrr..1,1.1.. .".",. I.-., wly eq rw I PHONE 66. t tI
    p t
    O ci p ff l..i4.I .
    11 j a :s:: liep-iard.: Sidney Kahn. your I.l work. Call: phone :C03.: I :;....mI.I..ot 1,1, ,,. I I .'rka- ..r..,'1'a"e1.Lwa' '';'::''h..Ch"I..IC.+++r0. i'l.'U, I') I :'rsmily Grocers. '




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    i1i B. Altman, Umbrella Maker, 315 -

    FWSNOTES South Palafox, wishes to inform the

    1 1 public that he has no one employedto
    : ;...&. C J. ' "" -.Eo' A. ""
    solicit trade and will only be responsible -
    It U not bard to tell why there la such a '
    "' for goods intrusted to him '
    );. iron endoua demand(or"GOOD LUCK"Hating Lieutenant H. H. Kheen, A. C. personally.: Sjlra 1 .
    i Dr. S. M. Gonzalez this mornnK! ,, has been detailed as signal officer at
    I rodder: llg Great Leavening! Power and perfect I i I Yon will consult your best inter-
    took up the work assigned him by I Fort Barrancas.Mi : .
    ests by going to O M. Pryor if you WJ\\1VALUESt;
    I the board of commis=ioners !
    (l'ur/lY1Wlke county sea Anna: Cosgrove and Mi-s want furniture. He is in position to .

    I I and up to noon had vaccinated 65 j' Bertha Massey left yesterday morn- sell cheaper than any other house in 1 F - I
    'V" tptyy o/-rv- -z'--t-
    Ii -:
    i persona. He travelled by himself ins to visit Mrs. Collier at Chipley. the city.
    work 1:45 o'clock Mrs. Giddens, 114 South
    and his at Margaret
    I EVER IlRN'> AYOKK SIIOI::>'. Y01Hl'
    I II I this afternoon to Chairman Welshof ; DeVilliers street, is very low with CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, (II

    i 2NNNf the board. I pneumonia and not expected to re No. 30 South Palafox street, for your NOT LET TIll CHANCE SLIP YOU BY.

    a cover. electrical work. He is prepared to

    : SOCIALECHOES i This afternoon Dr. Gonzalez and We are informed by Prof. Edmund do you a first-class job at moderate -+A FEW OF THE MANY STYLES;
    f Ed. Ditmars will into the
    i KUPf-1 Hall that the ladies' class at the prices. Phone 203. I

    j .N.............N/NNN- riau park neighborhood gymnasium has been suspended for ------ I $3 00 VELOUR Calf Bootee ... ..........- ... -- 'J
    o oculate people in that vicinity. To- the winter.

    Mrs. F1 ;Williams gave an informal night these two will go out toward Acting Hospital Steward HenryV. MONEY TO LOAN $2.50 VELOUR Calf Bootee .... _.... ....--..-... ,5
    +* reception at her residence on .
    kfi" Eleventh Avenue, Saturday after- Muscogee and seek to prevent the Garland will soon arrive from I' $fJ.50 Heavy Calf Plain Toe Shoes....___._. v vj

    x I 'L I i noon, from 3 to 6. Beautiful music disease from getting; a foothold I at Fort Fort Meyer Barrancas.for regular assignment without On themot publicity.J.: reasonable. terms and J I,$1.75 Satin Calf Plain and Cap Toes, Lae

    4 furbished Mrs. Pebley and there.
    was by I
    t Mrs. Brawuer.Delicious Dr. Gonzalez has been at work i Commander F. A. Wilner, U. B. 2S2 South.Pal W.ifox BULLARD, Up-Stairs. I j I I and Congress ... ..... -....... ..... .. ....__.....__..... ,rj

    ; refreshments were served navy, has been ordered to duty at i $1.73 Heavy Calf Gugu Eyes Cap Toes..
    j since ye-terday. He made a tour I J. A. WILSON, Manager. ,;
    in the dining room. A most delightful i the naval! station at New Orleans in- <, I II

    de afternoon was enjoyed by the settlement about BIg Bayou and stead of at Pen acola, the previous i II I I, $1.50 Heavy En;. Tie...... ... _.. .. ................ ............ 'J.;

    .ill fortunate: eunuch to attend I Irr. discovered several cases prevailing! : 'i orders having been, changed. |I In ,y "- !
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    I !
    4t' t in that section. All persons near I' /
    } and Mr- J. S. Ilee entertain jat j Net'entiirjf Ctnulort. I I

    *it d. rt'-ptiou WediitjiJjy tveuing, were vaccinated. i Millions are daily finding a world : S1VIOIEBDJfK \ MEYER SHOE' CO.
    I It is said that the other two vaccinators ,
    January 21st. I of comfort in Bucklen's Arnica: ,
    Sam B. Flynn and Peter i
    SalveIt kills pain from Burns,
    Fret Furui-hers for fll..h Only.
    ToJ the of Geu.
    being b'
    Bonifay, will not vaccinate persona -?: scald Cuts, Bruises; conquers ;
    i: 1.' Ilobeit 11.; Lee, the Daughters of the f .
    upon second thou ht of the state Ulcers and Fever bore; cures Kruptionj Bin 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
    Ii 1p ',:1f.d..rucy will entertain tonight I I
    : : !Salt Rheum, Boils and Felon ; : .
    ; health authorities, only men thoroughly --
    + .
    at the residence ot Mr? Joh'l A. i Jiul
    removes Corns and Wart Beat
    jt Merritt. should be employed I L
    I I competent ': Pile cure on earth. Only 23c.; at W. DR. J. H. MOCK
    y i la ; but Flynn will probably be allowed A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121
    Jell i ARBOR DAYPROCLAMATION to assist an appointee to fill South: Palafox street. CIGAR

    the place vacated by Bouifay. i
    I Hot French Waffles with
    That the matter of careful vaccin- ifiD DENTIST.
    I1& Florida Cane Syrup at w
    & ation is regarded as too serious to olomon's -
    Seethat Each is
    permit of inexperienced hands per-

    ( t, -- forming same seems to be the opin- |ere NEITHER nor consignees the captain ot, own tbe Stamped. 2 8% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building.

    '.rM ; ; Governor Jenuings, I Meamghlp HylllaIII l be
    ion of those having this matter inj j I 'responsible for debts contracted CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY
    r sued the following: by tbe crew of said vessel. FRANK REILLY
    41 hand, hence the change. 1'. EH\'EtcH. ,
    4 To the People of Florida. W. L. Wittlch A To. Jaotaln.
    i In compliance with the usage and Consignee lllliU BOLE AGENT. IMXSACOLA. TLA.II. .

    {, custom established, and in hearty I ECHO ARRIVED ____ __ __. __ u
    1a "' co-operation with the department of -': =___: N::2:'=" -'
    ; :' S' II. G. DtSiln 4 r ft
    1' education, THIS MORNING
    '': .i ,I S = 25 52525y a 1i 1
    r-'l WILLIAM :S. J EN N DaB, r \1 i
    5f: PNVNTLTLrtcq R! O \
    .tt, ,
    Governor of the! ; State of Florida, r -, it lanul.1 turl'r' 8'> .i! i

    -. 'y'' 1o hereby designate and set apart: I The 1>U tug Echo arrived at 3 7

    4:, f: (, Friday, the fith day of February, II ,o'clock this morning from a some- I i ;' ., r t Sash, Doors Blinds,
    , i' ttht3.t! '; I i / 1 BAL v
    . i .1(. Ai ioit DAY. I'f. what tempestuous voyage from New i vY ; Shingles,

    .t ."; I recommend that appropriate. and I Orlean. The steamer left New Orleans : '' e ,

    4l Instructive exprcitei ,utl: I held I.R" in our I Saturday morniiu at 7 o'clock' & f -: -' = I
    - 1 : l For Next l 15 Days .::... -- Builders' Materials,
    \\:1" ):,> colleges and public schools, and that j and when she reached Port Eads CS 252S2525 2525252525'525 2y" .! ,,- _

    tl ." ,_: ; .t pan oi the d.1Y be devoted t<> plant-1 the fog was M> thick that anchor was ............... - Brick and Lime.
    { lug tr<'rs, Shrub, vines :and II )wer,; .;. .-
    c- p -. I
    { ;
    ij' in public parks :and upon the school \ dropped until the haze lifted, which I _,- Toloi>liono Wo. 11.

    jTT'uin'iand; tint all teachers and was at 7 a. m. yesterday. The vessel ,' SPECIAL PRICING WILL REIGN .

    I.1b' J'"j pupils be [given the fullest opportunity then weighed; anchor and startedfor

    r to participate in the ornamenting : Pen
    'L ';1 (' of grounds! and the perpetu early morning.The !, BRAWNERSI

    h 4i i :J :ition of the d:ly.In .
    \ .. f Testimony Whereof, I have: hereiJ:1 next trip of the Echo will be Colored Dress Goods I,

    ysj unto set my hand and caused the to Port Tampa, from whence she
    ;'hf I ___ __ _
    __ ___
    U seal of the state to be atlixfd. n
    'Il ,rf'r; ; will tow the phosphate-laden barge CLBABAB SALE
    ; :' Done at the city of Talliha see ''
    l'fjff.' : this the fourteenth day of January I Ellida to New Orleans, afterwarfls Velvets and Silks !

    sE 1+" f 1 in the year of our Lord, one I Ithouand liking: up her towinsr, contract with I
    ,J.. nine hundred and three, ';I the Louisiana: Petroleum Co. Dress and Walking Skirts ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK...

    fit ;. :tad of the Independence of tho ,
    ;\; J Uiiitt-u :Suitthe one hundred i i C. J. HUDGINS OUT i iI Ladies' and Misses' Jackets --
    'i 1 aii-1 tlnrty-{iht._ \: I 78 Roy*' Doublf-Breisted; piece I 54 inch Heavy LadiPi 11 I t. :
    { ; 'T'HERK arp many Choice Jackets and Skirts to choose from, and suit, all wool, worth ft: epecialFalefl'.N.uit. I: Colors regular $1 yard, t6,- 1
    \\1 heil: ) W. JFNMNOS: i! !
    lt t \ i ': OF THE HOSPITAL the ('l'T 1'lilCIIs bring them to you at ACTUAL NEW yard.
    i .; Icy tlGovernor: Governor. Remfinhfr a full line of
    '. YORK CO>r.loney Saved is i, Money \Iade-li enough said here. carry Five Pieces Black Shark fk
    :t 1' 4 Attest: I Boys' Pant;, from 3 to li(; age; at
    ''d - I prices to r-uit everybdy. inch Dre" Good*, lutes out, r"'Ullr!
    . s H. CJ.CIL\\\ "II',
    t ,; The many friend*of C.J. Hudfrin'; I II I Look at our Show Wii.dow for $1 yard thi* ale tf'Jo: yard!

    i'l' Secretary of Htato. I I the cigar maker, will be glad to learn I ....In Our Shoe Department !.... prices\\'e carry on LidipV a well ITndrweir.line of Lad If'''' :M pieces Fancy DP-" \i"I, -, w ,
    "t -- and :silk, regular SI yard, tl1. ;i
    Ur that he is able to leave thp hospital I Flannel: and Silk: Waists at prices so I
    TROUBLE AT AMITE Some Broken Low-tu be Closed at Low Prices too 71c yard.
    J i Special numerous everybody can wear <>nn.
    stj ,I where; he has been confined about however to mention here. There ara Plums to be lathered I iO doz'.ien's Heavy French Neck Three pieces All.w>of l I'.Uok H.-.. .

    :! two months with typhoid fever. Mr.lludfjins Moreno Undershirt, special _0c; I rietrl.siikwarp, regular: :hard >
    y $ I \ MEETING well worth your time and while to come and iuvetigate.Eee : drawers tll match. sale Jwc yard.

    ( was able to be at h's factiry : 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Un- :30; pieces 30 inch All.w"l Tr '

    \ & tiE f : this morning and wishes to announce I v) Our Show Windows c*: I dorshirts' worth fit)::, special 3.jj( ; i all colors, regular Sic yard .
    'c--\\ drawers to tmttch.3i 25e; vird.
    :ij \ Minnie Lrook*. colored, had a tint he will at once begin I FOR THE REST I'MOX MAJHi MIOIls IN AMERICA. ) doz Ien',; All Wool Red Undpr- trJIF't Recfivpd a Full t i.

    shirts, worth JI I, pecial75c drawersto Uaiitinjjs, regular.1c; yard,thl- '. ,
    1411\ 11 mite meeting at her h"tlltlalurd:1Y:: the manufacture of the "Hucfgins" ; t
    "Foil" and "Merit" \ I match. lucyurd,
    It and toward midnight a red riwe fell cigars and "Hi,* Pensacoli" tobacco.MARITIME. I $1 50 pair I 10t doz Men's All Wool f'ampl' -Ii I.ldips' aty-to-Weir Ii.i
    : I 'j' from the kinky held: of IatyTaylor, I absolutely j Hair Undershirts, worth U.o 4'. -p >c- I Daybkirts, worth $l.o, special 'yam
    l\\'t t ilil $1 ; drlwefi: to match, in White'l'Red 98o: pact
    '11 du-ky belle. Mack Hlchardson a "Faith AS HOOD I and Fawn colors. _':J Ladies' Rpady-to-\Vetir Its! 'v
    d J : | At-t I We have about :3 doz. Men's Milk I Day Skirts, guaranteed all w'' ..
    1it;n: ..! ; :t colored patron: picked it up; and by "Hope," !I THEm $ ? I Shirt and Drawers worth $::1; spec. : worth tl, special sale $2.13 each
    Jt.r' I 1 retJtitiinu: it greatly enraged Arthur I Love," i NAMES i ,uu pairA ial to close $1.20 each. 1 1 00 Lndies', Black and Co. "d
    i t ; "! another colored A 25 doz. Bov'>! and Girl. Ribbed [ Worsted Skirts, worth $l.50, ep iii
    AEttn' pueit. I
    I and Fleeced Lined Undershirts sale <
    at Ui each.
    'j i 41 AKKIYKn i, c
    NEW PAIR for Every Pair Proving Unsatisfactory.
    If ; +;I I' (t s:eceral fighttarted from this and I, Kr seb Lillian Blow'\pit, liM, Goodwin ,25c; drawers to match S7 Ladles' Black Tailored and Fu.
    i j liHrt>aitH t..1 I \ M"rritt t CoUrrs 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and I' ured kirta, worth f_ 50 to $<5, sp. : j'
    when Olic"f Parker .
    \ "Ifi3: in progress micla 1O. Krhrrus, Baltimore I
    I Red All Wool Undershirts at EOc; 'sale M-'JS to|( 9S each.
    to W Ii W UtlcU &: to
    ij r i and Junes arrived. A lams and Nor b.TfUtoula: lima toorcl..rAmlikMnrah !' We carry a full line of L-iJipV, lUg to $8 each You will 'i'
    > I ,tI:(} her negro nitneil: :\lulI..01 Walker U Fell.:'.', Loveland, I>vmarnrti ,', '
    -r. Men' and and SirU1 Shoes b
    : Boy's ; by looking at ours
    to J A M rritt t I'll ,
    ftf i : t were n= ted 115 each in the hr *s Olnvm.wr. aloe, Jones Bllofi to Matting Rugs Carpets that we can Pave you 2"nj; on. buying
    \ J: Carr* Co for coal i iI I tpmpmbpr-We carry a full line _4 Boys' Overcoats, heavy at ?
    f w : ;, ({ police! court today for fomeiamff the I I I Knurl Iialliic A Dunnodv Marluln s>, Clorio Preston to I I of :Men's Clothing Bougnt at &)o on 1 to 85; ; worth nearly double

    't '!1" *juble! auJ two others arrested; in | Am lag heho."J, I ernandoz. New Orleans 50 New Styles of Mattings Just Received. dollar. We will close them out al ,. '4'J: .Hoys': Double-Brea !:
    ' fJ' "If. to master just 1i price oil other merchant... I suit, worth Fl.[), special OScui
    \ fl connection with the fame proceed- _____ -____ __- II ,
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    : CLKA tEP.
    ;, j l1, lug were; di-chirgel.[ Darin? the *m lug Echo, :!", ruaaJ.z, for New 1 Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you L ,'*

    I' fi p:I- fight a pistollimp: chair, tool anJkiuvtwere Orleans ItnlbkVermnntRxzetnbysnntharn&tete.Lumhera't'fur I : W. J. & B. FORBES. "< at Ours. Remember the Place,
    im- ;\1"rJI.< with &;4.-
    ji to play au g
    Vii ; ;. uo.lumber,41AUosit timberulucU at ; !5 :::-: -:::..
    ii i4l! ;->rt-iiH part. f ILI! U :::===== !'. .JI'.lW".urI IS.M".o" ic5 S. Palafox St. F. E. BRA\VNER.

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    I'' l'a! lik: :Ma..adrucco S\ILEII.: tad:, VI'lIurl.! lr\- FRANK BRUNO, G' OI\ASSO, Tr 1r'residen .
    I Ii' \ EDITOR GONZALES Sec'y and
    I'vn" !
    Hal s-Liip tavonm, l-V", Majgio a, Luti.oAr. .

    ;' I I DIED TO-DAY\ nth Nor..-.Ate hip \Vidwoo! H-\ Nelson, IUh: : BRUNO CO. mlm WOflKStkH1NE/ SHOPS5

    (. ,I ---- Tit- Ni-vd: tit )lodi.i4 Soda 1Hnt.t'tnb .
    i. r :-i'id:nary social and :!stronGm. ?.c..c
    "Editur ,i._ il -. ..l tl" lumbia(
    .' w' (>, C.I) Mite M dud today at 1.-I5: 1 deal 1 ic < :i.,:'I.-s.r.>::heartburn ihtro i is r.rob.ili'y than h'! 'lrthurn.b a Spaghetti, Vermicelli, Taliarini, Val1C Cris: _'rJ d [Tritui IE this lIne Kip) Ccai!:'u_: i .

    ,.l, : o'clock fri-'ii the mortal w >aud in- I ;: .aJ.:1nlllIllIs Nctrs. Spaghettini, Zito, Mezzano, I'ronlpt\1'urh-lt4a..OfabfeI'rice.. UO '
    IlrG'IL'S N f .
    X: Jliclei by tha a-assin, Tillman. \Ih'.t'; an old man to marry a woman Pericatello, Ditali, Cannaroni, .* .<. .-.c fc. PHONE 123-292. *+* .+* .+< ,oC UAOi ,

    1 1 There 1 has not been from the first : young: enough to IK his dau-liter; : anti t thi Stillina and Lascagni.' -

    ," r I iUUt.U fouudtd hope for his n.cov- 1:1H"k if you take him fur n fool
    ; : .
    i I 1 lint ho: will not Le ofl"l'n rJ.-\tIhisl'u MANUFACTURED. FRESH DAILY OF PUREST
    t. erv;; but let believe that the hope i (';Iu''c. : MATERIAL AND BY EXPERT WORKMEN. A GREENHUT & CO. ev

    i! hr.. hU murderer may suffer the I ,
    Ia'i i He Lenient. Ii IiI i ij '
    full: penalty of the law H not j "Tort shouldn't! JaJe a man by the i FAMILY AND SHIP ORDERS SOLICITED. .WHOLESALE GROCERS

    i' I cigars: he gives you" remarked the I il' i ... ,
    -- ---- philosopher. "me one may have given -[ -=*BRUNO & 00. ,*

    Sot Rolls, at 5 ?. mM 10s. j l' them to him."-Cincinnati Comm j! Nos. 102 104 106 East Government St PENSACOLA, FLA.
    < 701 H mth Palafox. ,
    O i
    I clal Tribune. I Telephone No. 207. {i. 31OiAS: Agent, |i,
    doz., at Solomon's.


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