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 20, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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vineyards of Germany aggregate; [Special! Correspondence.]

238,023 acres. The fact that the president enjoys
: The nationality suffering most from sngle: stick play as (i means of exorcise '

cancer is the German. IS POSTMASTER has led to a sensational story that pOY4S
Insurance: against automobile accidents
; he was nearly \blinded: by being struck :
be liati.YorlCs ,
can now
t of f Emollients and over one eye with a sthk. The president I. '
I f Purest ancient city moats will probably !
\ did reecho a slight bruise OM his .
I be laid out as public Imll'11s.I .
rtatsst of Skin Cures I forehead, two or three 1 Indies above the 'i"; i.l't i.
is known
Anewanastheticpreparation ;
i i clienik-ally: as 11 uIyoaypheuyIiiuaiiidiI1.Clirinical Name of This Gentleman Sent In h ft rye. but ho laughs at the thought 1It.
t'.ir.t: tlure should ha\o been even nir.oi.litn o
\inegar, catsup and table ..-dl ;! .. .
IM Most! Wonderful/ Curativeof Fauces contain no vegetable matter of the bruise, several of which ., (, .

\\ liate\'cr. For Confirmation Yesterday. may be expected: at each play at tills! GPObAitjI$6 .

All Time Tbl'rl''re T.'.'O: I'trl'ctreld<'Dts last exTcise.: The president has been phij-

year in London. Tcu years ago the -- lug;: single: Etick: ivaily every day: fur r

nuuiU-r was 4sild.IadnPovell: two uiuuibd with General IxwnarJYord. IlL
For Torturing, Disfiguring Makepeace was the \ wilh whom lit1 ride, walks ai.d

Humours. name of a little girl who died! recently' 4tWIr guts through oIlier t'Sl'rd"l's."hf'U ;
at I'.t: 'ndis..., Victoria. the president anti GeneralVno.1 beginto POWDER : ,

1 ISrlck kilns are now fired with petroleum play single: : Mick the understanding

S:1 I.t: i< beyond{question \ IIHJ' pounds of oil being sullicioiit is that: : each is to tJ his best and that ; Absolutely! Pure, :' 1

S ";curative fur tortur- to burn a ton of bi'icUs. :
there Is L rtiani. : 0 they attack
to i.o ., ; .
: humours of the skin and. There are nearly NOtH, ) \\VI.-h re>i- each cither with the earnestness of THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE ,:

4 I I'I i3 of )hair, ever comp.oof dents in IJvtri'Mil where it is proposed (: lIl'rtlr OOtllt.ft _..,: : I. ,
genuine: opponents.) ( ", S
( C.! \thich a single to found a Celtic chair at tile university i- -g.. ----- : "\ ,.
h it, jirecwlwl by allot college. :; the bruise on the president that has I. .''
the amount American capital Invested -
S lIra O:1111I.1\ followed: caused! the story that the latter was
Nine eyes anti three mouths werepososst.d in Mexico by 1.1ljw'ricnn companies
eases by a dose of CutiS
r nearly hiliudeThe president's' boys
S l'ilI is often sufficient '; by a collie\ puppy born recently firms and individuals, according
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111 S ,''I i 5.diute: relief in the ino-t at Henley, Lnglaud.: It only play staple, stick and do it in a rough to estimates by Consul General A.

S .4 f.iiim of killing, burningS lived four hours. and tumble fashion. If one of them I). Barlow, ut the City of Mexico. Prac't

.4 humour*, permits re.t and After his marriage;: the rector of complained of a bruise from the exercise tically nil of this amount has been In- .

S S i i'mH to a pwly cure when \Valkington, Yorkshire, England, sent 'ci' the president would probably tested within the past: live years.
S Hi-dies fail. It i is especially ,
,: ;S ,almi-ut of infants and l"Ilil- a pound of wedding cake to every chide him for his complaint Singlestick asides Figures. t

'i-iiijT: ;soothing and healing householder in his parish. is a broadsword exercise with the Customs figures for the calendar yearIKoiiuUr .

.! iiitreitIg; of infantile hu- There are SOU; places': of public worship swords lift out and represented by ( estimated) show Imports of S

.S '! pre-en' 'injj; purifying; auJ on Manhattan Island. There is a sticks. The faces of the players are pold and silver of $10.208.357 against19.IT.7Si -

S. the skin, scalp and hair. repotted IlleUlI'r!>hlp. I'rotcttaut and protected by helmets ami the bodies by .< f last year. Merchandise Imports fc1 j :
oiiitiii.-iit pipa .
padded jackets and cuirasses. Every I atrsorpited $ "S3G21-105 as against
1 in charm: of !'atifyin; ;: the
S- of tln toilet,in caring for ; to the incrensud price of coal part; of the body is brought into lively $;-,;-<5,( U.j' ;:i last ear. Duties collectedfor :

S dp, hair and haud-4: \ from inige K-veral lnti- boirds of guardians exercise. Despite the protections a II merchandise amounted $179,054-! : ,

; far mon eflt-ctnally, have decidtnl to give an extra fhpeueeweekly SS bruise is often receded by one or the i .VU. an increase of about $18,000,000
I mil economically than tins to the recipients of outJuor relief. -I other of the combatants, particularly: Over last year. S

.,.i ire .'f toilet emollients.nlii II and .
If they play with zeal strcnunsity. CARL SCHOFIELD.
f for skin-tortured Tor utttrincr a Btrmig;: expression ofdixippnrtal II !
Would Increasemal !strength.
'n I:'iiivii.'itifpticcleaiHht t : vhile tjuarnlingitli a I : S
.,, Ircntiiifiit of the Hear Admiral John l'l'ittfllfll'urat.-
constalik> at Vienna a nolilcnian has
S _'!If' tPMtna-nt of the !'on. In di W. H. NORTPUP
il' !been lined UN. td. for iiiitiltins; tLe po I ,
S :r athlo'l cycling, lice. navy, said: ''We have reached out tt i
:. I'lrrill:!, or any '
the other side of the glibe and unlessIt
S "l'i..n with! the U-tl 1'iirty-two packets of cigarettes were Late telegrams yp;;terday afternoon eoli appointees by friends last night
be the intent of the natiou. which I
S '1lkicut: : ideuce! !siiioktHl In four days by a youth of .
eijrhton who has died near I'.edale.Yorkshire stated that President nO'J- f>- : after tlic: fact had become generally strongly doubt to willingly! submit to HASJESICNED

.i < L jijrtS : S'vip, Lngland. after two days' Ill! volt had sent the name of Capt. | known that the appointments had humiliation we have certainly got to ,
.'. '..r I provide for what: the future, throughour ;:
prf'ht ness. \Vni.H.Northnptu; the !' enite for b'f'u made. Thee messages were "
.: < widened interests, will surely
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.5 5 5 I After being Unokc-il in the river IMcn RESIGNATION SAID TO HAVE
.: \" -'i. COnQruiation I'[lo-tnn-ter at Pen- i mostly McGourin; as it was late bring. The safest and surest means of SS
a large salmon was "plajeil" for live
S S '1.1 I, r- ill"S.:till HiIPS'I!j \\l.u"'ujig' hours by three men, who relieved! each sacola, Fla., gucceeding nix ;M. Uob- I beforH the other !gentleman's ap. reaching that state of preparedness: Is .I BEEN PROMPTED BY COUNTY I ICOMMISSIONER'S
by building as rapidly as possible 11
: ', : .' r.''l. r"ii'h :i'1-l -''I't) other i\entually: tLe line broke and inson, the present iticuuibert who l poi llttn+'ii t was k flown.Capt. '
!-S i .1.v ra-It-: i'h'i.s! :mil, the tisl1l' capt'ILI naval force e.jual to our coming;: ineds.I'erstnially ACTION. ,
was named four President -j Northup's selection for the I should like to
_:-. i- ::1 1 .I- 11' ill" /jii.rjtwjfSof yers ego by conaress
; (..,," ', i ItllI.I: ,,! nur- n. I I Ptomaine of poisoning banana, the roasted result of eating McKinley.News : postutastership is said to be some- give us at least six heavy fighting craft S
part a a apple
1 at this session, and four of them I
'-- I and u date, has caused the death of Arthur of this deci-ion of thA pre-i : whit: of a compromise. It is stated should elect to !b! battleships\ of thetYIII" Major Richard M. Cary has ten

(iiah.k..nnJ.j II. Luty. siRod! Uvo at Elland: dent that ;Mr. McGourin of CtJD1l1'lt dered his
was received here with nj '.ic.I I! was given the our t'ut. resignation: to the adjutant
..', S 'S. ". i L"i "i.: ;r i"It fasnna- Yorkshire, England. "I think too much stress is l.iid
ing by the Xorthup men, but with ( choice of the two position, which general, the paper having been
S d 1 .!es nf fiction. .\Alzen.. In Hesse, the other day a I I the item of speed in armored cruisers

I S -i'1'.> loll! as I li.iil as prominent trades-man was sentenced to I sore disappointment by the Robinson are practically the tame so far as and I do not think their logical employment placed in the hands! of the head of

",,' of tin- most icS ,' twenty four hours iuiprl\ >oniin-iit for people.Mr. : salary is concerned. That gentle- is that of scouts for the battle the state military at Tallahassee

S oi i .!fiilfins iHviirri'di the:! "grave imcrence" reading;: nrtt'opal'l'r tleet. A much cheaper and a more elll-
Jl bIn* of ''mall had for yesterday, It became well known in
\ ) on waqmt* HITB re- gone Washington
S i / titi., Two I'1'0s.1 in fourt while a case was dent style' of craft can be designed for

S 1 _r nmi>s tinmouth I under trial appointment, and on "several, occasions -: the mun-hHl-hip and for nothing I I that purpowp jmre and simple' and I the city this morning and caused no

S;:, 'mining: I int.i the se-i In l":L'7! a salmon: weighing: cizhty-! had expressed the hope of I flip. It was then that the postmaster -I heartily advocate putting the differuice little surprise among members of the
S 1"il I of .Nw ;X.eal.iml.: three pounds was caught In the Ta '. in the true elements of the lighting line
:i quick unl. One"I This is the record liritish fish. The waking up some d ly and finding his : job was thought: of and the gen- -that i K the big: heavily armored bat local militaryconipanies. .

.5 5 Ihu of it got \; An.erican salmon: : on record was re-appointment on hU de-k. There i il captain was installed therein.It tleships. I think our naval constructors Major Cary's action is said: to be

S. 'r'i ,i.k rapidly! anti in eighty-two ". It was caught In1st' have evolved a remarkably tine order -
\ had been received no intimationthat was feared in some quarters that only the forerunner of a number of
S 1 ii'iuii's" fftirttt ;; i in the Columbia rivir. Of craft in the battleships! Connecticut -
S \\ ''u-n an alit nhIbtaM I' As it \I as appanntly sufftrins; from he was being! fought for the position S the pre-iJent would follow,his geu- anti Louisiana and 1 think congress other resignations which, rumor has

in- I Ixidj. it was fniiiidi iudi;:i'stiini bulloik was slaughterednear since his only opponent' Mr. t'rillrocedure in other parts of the will do wisely in authorizing the it, will soon be speeding to the adjutant

\i\ .i inunniiiisly rich in I IillI. :Spaldiug, Ltiglinilhicn; its 111- A. Q. Fell, had receivd a good po !South and fill the important office construction of ten more between now : general's olllce. None of
; .> ton of it t-"i; : .li Hess was foiiinl to ha: \e been caused and the end of the next five jears."
\\IoIIt..I.-1't'lr on's.II" sition at the nary yard.: ;Mr. K >bin- with by a tennis ball H had'all.H'). White Houne Picture,.

Siv pounds! weicht of spent bullets, son thought he had clear tailing! it was remored, hid been slated for Most of the pictures that were removed this move wonld commit themselves

\mlinri>. three pieces: of stcil a nail, a hairpin thereafter. I I the j'ib. from the White House during thi9tn..rnin .
I i' ii I )oil have ninth of some Kki"-i and t-uutll: s-tunos wore found ,I the repairs and nlt rations arc now
} "ur nrital J't'stt'r.\! A score or two of congratulitorytelegrams \ Both parties will remain in Washington :The resignation of this efficient::
lu the stomach of a horse which died I back and it is believed that there will

suddenly at IVrutree Gully, Victoria. were fired to both Pensa. for their cotflrmation. be a satisfactory arrangement of them' military man is said to have been

.-' !Splendid! TinreHiee .._ .._.: ... ... u. when all in Of
i rt-iicu journals speak OL a suiisiancewhich 1- -- they are place. course prompted by the seeming combative
widen and aI when placed upon the roads A (i(>0t ItE\.OMMKM>ATION. some changes! have nei-i-ssarily had to nature cf the board of
I anerwanl Icnrned. : county commissioners -
dues away with mud and dust. The TWO OAPTAINS be made, notably in the east room
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%1 have noticed that the sale of
ut tln .
place pud the in refusing to for
composition counts of a mixture of where the new decorations will not admit pay
i I.e .1pIIf'r.| as it was Chamberlain's( Stomach and Liver of the banging of (tuns. A number -! light at the
5- scotia from a blast furnace and tar. pit necessary armory. S
I 1111 I he tl.rl''om.- The preparation carefully pressed WANT LIGHTS Tablets is almost invariably to those of the pictures have been hung in Major Cary was not In his office .J I

I licv en It14' to hear rondos the surface of the road imperVIOUS i who have once used them," says Mr. the red room, and the effect is very when a reporter called twice today, ;
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; -. .S-Mtluni. tin- I to water. "f J. H. Weber a prominent druggist l pleasing In every way. Aa rapidly as and therefore his reasons for resign !

i I I'espite opposition at Athens where Captains Hustinz of the Spanish of Ca*cadl'. Iowa. What better rec- l*>sible the others will be hung in oth- ing could not be given. !
''''il': ..r I.llzl........ the pri'ss! was! strongly: oppof-td to the Leonora and could any medicine CT i>ortiou3 of the l.uildlnc. This applies ---- -- -- ,
steamship! Luzzarrana have than for people to call for it
S S i'What's this lyi scheme, the municipal council of Corfu to the oil paintings of presidents An Attackofi'neurnoni.Warded Off. I"tOiflQ '
i S <' last dunning Kti has ratified the contract which the of the Alicia: this miming addressed j them when when in need you of feel such dull a remedy after? eating Try. about which there has been some talk time ago my daughter f

S : i v' tailor duly I ill mayor of Corfu made with a syndicateof a petition to Agent J. M. when you have a bad taste in and to the pictures of the wives of presidents caughtaseverecoid.of pains! in her chest Hhe! and complained had a i-

rOb.! : dear, what Kuropeau' capitalists to allow the Roberts of the Gulf Transit Co. to your mouth, feel bilious, have noap- also. bad cough. I gave her Chamber- {'.
> n"j t I! si-lit it round to establishment at Corfu of a gambling petite or when troubled with constipation President' Bear Zoo. lain's Cough Remedy according to .
.* .. the trou- casino elaborate scale.In have more lights placed on Com- and you are certain to be de.
"Ui taking; on an :! President Roosevelt's Christmas presents directions and in two days she was .;

I ':,,;;ctil itlatter.IS many country villages; and Isolated mandancia wharf, and keep same they lighted af!with r1.o'or the prompt sale by relief all which drug. Included the most motley and undoubtedly well and able to go to school. I ,
have used this
) sections of the New L'nglauJ!: lighted at all time Captain Jim- gists and medicines dealers. the most extradite collation remedy my family "
for the past seven! years and have
\ ,,1 i ir tI ('tire tor 1'ilfs and the middle states women still may cf bears of every size: and condition to "
tiuza came near seriously injuring icver known it to fail, eays James i
1.i lading or rrotrudinei I* found who earn a living by spinning;; CLOSING OUT. be found within the confines of the Un Prendergaat, merchant. Annato Bay, l

-i lMt will refund jour and kllittin001: and by wearing and himself by a recent fall in a dark ion. These bears came from all over lamalca; Weet India Islands. The 4

:NTM I.1-:M '''iis to cure knitting rag carpets and rugs. Thereis place oa the wharf.RESISTED Merriwether, the Furniture man, the country and range from tho smallest ?aiu" in the chest indicated an approaching -

quite a revival in demand now: for -- at lit South Tarragona street, is preparing dancing bear in wood or Ivory carving attack of pneumonia, t '

nicely made ra::; rugs in some lui-ahtics. to embark in a new businessand to the most intricate mechanical toy which in this instance was un-

FOR LUMBER One of the largest genealogies! ever AND is closing: out the remainder of yet devised in this particular sphere of doubtedly warded oil by It Chamberlain's i
animal Cough Remedy. countEr-
representation.The I
undertaken has beta jiartly completed the stock of furniture and
I bankrupt:
acts tendency of a cold toward
!I-KKKMAX: LUMBER president fully appreciates the any i
at Oxford in the history of the Smith household goods at astonishinglylow pneumonia. Hold by all druggists
-.JJ.Hp! before placing family. The iu>e:>tigatiuiis' have not WAS BEATEN I wit of the situation. lie invites all of and medicine dealers. _

S f -r lumber. dl6-lin been carried beyond the fourteenthri'Utury. pricey the personal friends who call at the I

S although I'rvf" "sor Mahaffy -- MEAT! & MALT has a marvelou White House to view his bear zoo. Marston $ Quina have a
.r will sell dietetic value. While and
you furnitureany discox cn-d a record of a brewer named John Bates, colored, got drunk refreshing Demand For Goldfish.IlepresentaUve fine line of Rattan ParlorS
in it assimilation
other house in pleasant to take, helps -
S Smith\ in IVrtrie dated two McAndrews Has been
a papjrus yesterday and made the air blue on of food. Sold byDANNHEI6SER Suits arid odd p toes; theyare
centuries before the Christian era. BROS. the victim of a practical joke. Some of ,

l.- .:.I ILANDCEMEXT, at Countess Lonyay and her daughter, Palafox street with his vile langu --- his friends passed the word around that better and cheaper than

S : S::;"a 1.and j Garden AV.CLUBBS.Streets. Princess Elizabeth WiuJisch.Graitz. age. When officers started to arrest Have you seen those shaving the congressman had a large; supply of ever. _ _

lane determined to er(>(-t a monument him he drew a knife and attemptedto stands and music cabinets fine goldfish whkh had !been furnished The finest line of umbrellas the

in the grounds of Hetzeixlorf ensUe!, by the government for distribution city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat -
blood. The at Marston $ (Juinai s.
near Vienna. In memory of the late spill some pugilisticskill among his constituents. them.
MONEY saved Just the thing for a Christ- did not nnderstand the first letter which -
queen of the Bcl>;ians. The permiseion of the arresting officers
If should visit the Union depot -
Mnwether, at 112: South of the emperor will have to be hem whole cuticle and Bates was mas present. I I I merely requested fill him to send intended some fish for you or ba la that vicinity, don't fail
in time to
'f. obtained to the erection of the:! an aquarium
prior in No.3 saloon.
-trctt to drop at Goldring'a
has money to loac badly beaten. For his little fiasco malls
a Christmas present Subsequent
J statue, but no difficulty Is anticipatedon You will receive a hearty welcomeand
: S '.1 y>u may require at low that score. Mayor Jones fined him $15 today.TO Hot Chocolate with I brought dozens of letters making demands find the choicest brands of liquors 1 I

':ret on personal security Whipped Cream at Solo- for goldfish. lie finally learnedthe kept in the city. ;

__ rut The Saving of! a Few cents on a bottle CURE A COLD IN:' ONE DAY monsFoiey's, other day that some of his friendsin

,".. ''UlTLAXD) CKMEXT of Vauilta Extract will not atone for Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tabletl. All I Chicago: bad fixed up a game on him. Hot French Waffles with fl S
h at the annoyance of having desert druggist refund the money If It falls to Kidney Cure Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. 5
rrei. A. V. American Capital In Mexico. ,
; CLUBBS, that is "just a little oil" in flavor. cure. E. W. Grove'Isignature: lion each aDd
urn ynnfret kidccys bladder riEht. ;
and Garden Streets. Always buy Burnett's. box. : c. I I give .hundred million dollars gold_ li r''."SIS .

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Copy OF THE KORAN. f _

l T is raid that Lord Derby. 2:03-: %.
I a ForeicaerPmrchutBK Ila.t G. Aleut
It I. Stamboal may wxt season In- sent for the two

Stamboul there are several book mile reeord.

the proprietors of which are ei The 1 pi.eer TI
Persians Arabians Abyssinians bas been purelii'sed l by I.. S. Munch 1for

Not in the frequented streets DuLois.\ I'a. t

these stores, but in dark and nar- Of ail the large breeding farms de-

I alleys. The books in them com votedx eselaMvely to the breeding; of

various editions of the Koran the hlrll'rUI'e horse DO one has bred I Ia

into all\ the languages of the single;: : one of the leading pacers. infants and Children.

; theological and historical trea- The pacing mare Gayline. 2544. by
I k 8 on the Koran in the Turkish. Per- Online 2H.: dam Cay Wilkes 229%. The Kind You Hare Always Bought has borne the si i?ru.

yi'hjll and Arabic tongues annals which by Gambetta Wilkes. bas been purchased ture ,of Chas II. Fletcher, and has been made under his

10 : prove that all the sultans of the by Mr. C. B. Black. Cable. O. personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no OHQ

',' wat< dynasty were prodigies of I The gray pacer Captain Potter 2O'J*)4.i to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations ami

e j l.. ing and sanctity; marvelous fairy i by Arlie Latham, has recently been "Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger: the

1 \ and stories of adventure, which purchased by II. W. White Cleveland health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

j rich l less fantastic and the sole will be used for matinee
\ [ more or 0.. and pur-
H;, r t 'Vdea of which is to prove that no one poses.II. The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears

v be considered honest intelligent K. Devereux of Cleveland 0., haspurel1ast'll
: i: .. unless he is a Turkish Mus the black trotting mare Fanny > the Signature of

1 r I e<, unless he venerates the sultan, Simmons by Happy Simmons, dam
he lives in Stamboul all his life her dam
/ Nicollet. 2:30. by Epicure,
,r ever quitting It even for a day Jr.
t Daisy by Hotspun.
unless he regards as utterly fabu
Sister Wilkes 2:22%. roan mare foaled
all that he hears about Europe. ,
t 1S73 by George Wilkes, 222.:darn
;I, i". < an Mussulman is forbidden to sell a ,
k Cherokee Girl, died recently at Lexing
: '- of the Koran: and therefore a for '
\. '_ ton. Ky. She was the dam of Celaya In Use For Over 30 Years.
iRAND OPERA & who desires to purchase the sa
*) 2:17, and granddam of Pbenom 2214 THE ccKTiuB co."... TT .uu.> Tmrr. nrw Ten*crrr
"Aa IndifferenfAuJitnia}
book must proceed as follows: Go

...S.P r--.S_ .J : the bookstore having on your face
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i ARMOUR PACKING CO., Armour Station an expression as possible and Nothing can be truly great which Is

"y'r" .I to shall the consider proprietor myself: eternally In- !: tot right.-Johnson. \,'A\9\ W. B. I WRIGHT COmPANY!,

hail is (' to you if you will present me I ]

I The slag: l iI1 IN
: time the I am a devout believer" the pro- Clas ille Atortiwits \'

Ott ,1 I't.dn- of the f.tpatv. the tut.;t ; i will answer "I think it my duty r_--, ,, -'' & LUMBERLATHS

# L1 A 1lisscnri writ!r i I.; lamenting? tl1r : After their: I any unbeliever who desires to --- 1 .1,1---- ,

gel gradual t'!'-app[ .s.rautv cf tin i I'LPI'.. i it himself in our law. Moreover,
; i= 't "Thu iici> :ui1l'.n is 'l left.' lust.vs.. kid irithout air I I H''IIta be a serious man, and I ONE CENT A WORD. .JlJJ I } |. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGIEHlin-Dml !Six;)!

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.tJlvu h It I Is Ltrewlg! wiivrv.iu: I convinced that it is not vain curi -

I J each suet-:''dinj; jcir. Thrri1 atv i>J:;- {I which prompts you to obtain a MONliV I'O Ltat' D.y I --. -="" .- PENHACOI.A. FLA

y ;: unis to 11(' foiiinl. aii.l iju.iil I I desire
yet may 1 Xl.ikin.2! : of the Koran, but a sincere LEXDot' ----- ---- --- --
t't ., In SCHII In i it:tlit r tl.wks! tl'-n: foninrly. our religion. Therefore 1 am MOSEY TO
The : fruit of Misswrl. thE'i dustry I real estate, in large! or smalls'
tyjM-ul to make you a present of this COAL AND WOOD
T XrJl'r>' I amounts at low rate of interest {
{ lc.<:I'IIJn 1'"l'a"'. is fiat; dis.ij:i;>ariu I though value it highly, for I
f) x have I Call on Leslie E. Brooks, attorneyat
along with the ml Ituiiun nnil the l.uC.j "
fl l bare : a good price for it. law, 2lH2? :ti. Palafox :tit., Filinbuilding. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADF
t fall. TH! re arc dome piwvliii,lu-s I ize the o\ will tLen put the book in your :. Snilm
In oliscnie: pit!ITS where the nn'i1 !umlof latter are and a minute or two later the THIS WINTER THAN EVEK TEFCKE
I t the k'l.noclast has not reached aId I I't the mix (' will say "I shall consider MOSEY TO-DAY-Do you Leed

'h then art smio rutir'lod! papaws) : toi II lare Lox I' eternally your debtor if you money ? You can borrow any SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC1'\L

+: 4 be found iu gardens lure and tlicnKtit. -. : then st 'I''I'Ire 'I' make me a present' :' of -," nam amount you want today on easiest

A. "1":1 kilt'Iii't'I;: !! '. the M.: iurl i a i a certain sum. If you think the terms and lowest rates anywhere
proper obtainable, on improved city real
papaw is bocomins:: a thing I.t yo:;:U'r- too high: bargain with
; you may
the ('!-
estate-fioia Wm. Fisher, zu41 tt.: .
. I 1.' day."As. few. but you must take care not to Palafux Street: lu-tl
: a state we have gone from thPiP.1W :- the slightest allusion to the copy _
e (' to the banana: stage.;: We buyour Koran in your pocket for in dis IF YOU want to borrow money, invest =

1I ; fruit at street stands instead of The ;: cf it the proprietor' has clearly money, insure your property ESTABLISHED 1863.

5-I ., wanilorlng cut in the wild wools la the lished in the law, and it would tot be procure abstracts of title, buy or -

-i::- fall time and finding: it. We have for to remind him of bell real estate, rent property of McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
?:!;j.JOa )policy you any description, have rents collected .
reached the breakfast food stage of I
1 is at !'( fact or taxes attended to
civilization. We eat soft stuff with a your II -DIALKES IU- 0
letter : call on or address Tho C. Watson
l>ooi instead! <>f 1''rlmJ.lillO'I'r the anti & Co., Heal Estate and Insurance
hill and through; the briers iu search that Before and After. Agents Pen!! &cola, Fla. Charges Ship Chandlery and General $ardare
a pears '!'!' (to pupil who hitherto has .
; tr of the f rest fruits. What will beeopieof moderate. To everyone who buys
+ -1' a generation thus drought ip in- the man : coming latel,-Good morning, Wil a lot from us we will lend money 80S AND 606 8. PALAl'XJI BTIIEET.AGEEN .
I lanches, I'm glad to :see you are early of build hou-e. 83-tl
with which to a
stead: (.C one fed IIMIJ JH'rsiinmniis and -- Y
drifts, You used to be behind before but I I I
k ? We fear it will ) iron in -
pices and tirst last.Venier i A. ROEBLING'S fONCO8
its bl.ioil. strength in its Im'l'ks and you are at Jvlixlern'arteiiliool..
hag If not ,.,.. "' --
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tt elf 4 the ability the blue to stand t-ky.I uji The al{t ate paw underneath and R I Time to Go. KINDKKUAKTKN opened at 35; iUt-t: hchool Wright will ttreet.1, bei i Strdigi Palate, Bill, nautical lestraoiMs, Chris; Mara ntln!

the 1 p'Tsimin.ii pu rio.l: pa- sing: takes "I leg: I Oct 1 by pies Margaret OOMPA& "'8. IX>GS. bTU
} ; ( 'tluU-I-I) cannot
+ I with it the days if ihe 1.:--:<"T win? very express 6 0tikldILtt.U C. McKenzis Oarting Collecting Agent! fpr Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso
elf! __ __ I
{ worked li-ni \ a'vl \ =- elation.
; ..
+ ("r ', I he at the clod-Oh, hum- ) Urn,
lL ", : : who knew nature and 1 \ : (looking ,_ n' I I
h 1 IIIJI1aI"l1'1 'professor. :so by fright!; tben.-l'biladelpbia MRsTBARAH
uaiu age \brings lit It Argeles.Cil."A I i : BEIIiXE-
4 t t flabby meals and soft: "That's, Ii : turer and dealer in laUUfac'l I THE GARDEN SECTIONo
cipal '
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Hat. Toilet Articles, Hair Oil
I ways. .\I.:!". the pa' paw should i i
5 } ti pr title fits U1 CHILDREN POISONED. etc., 32S: Wet Government street, ; OFoPensacola !
from the earth.
I perish I
profess children are poisoned and i I
I l-'or hCllt- Ii
little '; j i Florida
ProL'table ChnMty. nervous and weak, if not kill ,,1 n\ =Ir.-front;; room. ,

i l'it The following; story is told of an outright by mothers giving them furnished, with or without board
q 1 } n r fi American who visited an old English; "Madam syrup containing opiates. I 3J9((, East Gad-den street. j J19-lw* Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
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'k i church and struck a conversation "
+( i gist: Honey and Tar H a safe and FOR It E"N'T-C-room cottage on \V.
l with the\ I'l''for. The two went up to I "No, !!oil'. in remedy for coughs, croup Cna-f near DeViliieis!:! streft: I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
a f+j, I the roof for ihe sake of the \iew. and I "Ihnen't I lung trouble, and is the only I' One 3 room and one 2 room apartineiitsat -

.1 { the ni-ttir )pointed nut how badly. In privilege; |I cough medicine that con I. 213: t' IlltelllJtllCla ..lrt-E't. according
: 40$137feet at from $75 to $200 each -
. ti t, '' need of repair) were the lead.: ;going: ; onto support\ :" IIQ no opiates or other pojgon \V. All in KOOO oidtr. Apply to Pat

9 tr?) talk in a hopeless) way of the: JMMIT) "The : IVAlemberte, 121 r;. Palafox McHiuh. jlm to location and surroundings.

ty of the parish.' The Ameiiean rubbed --
i[ the List 1< \V.. 'J.'LU.
jjj1 1 Ls! chin and then olTcrcd t<> put on :'inew don : - --.- I t- Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

nvif at his own e.\i"-ii-e. The delighted l \ CJ..STOn.XA. ; WANTED-All kinds of empty beerI High, Dry Fertile Lands.

. I 'ii Ii rector closed with the offer.! M tie *Ito Kind Von H Always Bain; :!! I, bottles H. A. Friedman. ti9-tl

The American was as good as lilt | Judjre- ; 'eiiiulu \Vailted.Vf
help .
I The grandest for investment ever
I opportunity
,.tyy word and whenon the completion! of i of hi : ,
{ # the work the rector thanked him effufiivcly before I AN TED-Ladies to learn hairdressing offered in Pensacola.
. .
and facial
manicuring i
he confesto '
4'l quMly having: I (' ;:
' k[ made :11'1')' respectable profit' out of if Iit massage Four weeks completesCatalogue i Home Seekers Should See These Lots
N you : .;1tAL FKKNCH: J CHKIiiK; ; mailed. Moler College,
his "charitable"! : work. The rector ment ('uoU New Orleans La. J15

t 1 I asked fir an explanation, and then the ;: la the schedule of the '- -V.Clubbs

4 s American ir.for mod him that tlure I is a steamer General French j Jld.l. ": 1lLLl'_" :,'rJI: !.

'r certain au.ount of silver!I In all lead. THE NEWS' prints for the 1
8 e which was now extracted but in old : of the merchants; who ship 1 i MEN: -Our how illustrated we teach catalogue barber trade explains Corner Garden and Brit Streets.

f times it was left because its presence will do goods to thearious army i in short time ; mailed free. Moler I

; In the !lead was: nut I'U-pl't'll. The ela s : ; ts: College, New Orleans, La. jl5 i
I K.C. BRUNT, WM. H KNOWLEH. W. K HYKE. JR., J. H, KKKHKPreildent. :
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quantity of the silver in the lead on He feneacola -.7:00a.m. -- -
can .
: ( Barrancia__. ....._,_... _._ 7:1\4' a. m. THREE men from Pensacolaand Vlce-Preilddnt. Cubler An'l laber
: the church roof was sufficient to payi : I street. "" "' Hickens _. .. ____ 5:10 A. m. young 1
i I all expenses;:) and to :give the Americana [: 1", I P.ftrrancas. .._-,-......_._.uu-.:...--- H.15 a. m. vicinity at once to prepare for
t O I I vt a Fensacola __..._.___. -10:15 a. m. j Positions in the Government Her-
r tangible: l'I'Oit-l't'lIr"oh's.' : Barrancas lllu a. m. and then vice. Apply to Inter-State: Corres.I First National Bank
-- Bean the a trip to Fort McKee and then re-
{a'c to Ilarrancas. I Int.f Ct-dar Rapid?, I-t. n"42mI !
t t't.ite' I Bipatlll'8
t ) '1''-' Hiirrancas._"._' ... u ._ l'ap. m. I =
r The capture' of \vliiie iuiiskr.1t flY a elf ( '& 1'ickfns.. 'un. .. ._ .. I..5 p. m. I KOlt MA.1:.
.'1'... l enAaiola..... 'u_. _., u __. 4SUp. rn. -- .-
1 t iiortheni Now York hunter ought to lie veh fiekfni on ...u ..__ 6:>A p. m FOR SALE-KTcot d-hand set of OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
,4 the :siu nf s-niethiu.\ but as one has ".., Karrancas 5.WI p. m. and makes! harne.-. in good order. Apply to
McKee and -
to return. I
t f 1 l never Iwen seen or heimlf In-fore it I have i I, \\'f'dne-davalldH.lturdll, the ;: Tho'. Pebley room 410, Thieeui DIItlCTOX1i l
r I will in the nature cf tIt ups take a little ; ; I IHryan' will leave 'Barrancas i building. jin7-tf j t'
via. Pick- WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. ELODNT. F. C. BREST-. K. it YKi
41 time to mlju-t and falaulate its 1'1'0Ilh..t I I + for Pensacola at 6,7) p. ni.
f D. G. BRENT ,
HAROAIN be had iu of ,
The A can one
i !,' !1111.lil'utI'n| It may impoit a I General French j is for army
t hard wintir; or a soft one. ai early or a vance. : : : only and auy outsider mut the finest residence and must dfe-

-t--lthe her quartermaster sirabierection subject for three! to years.guaranteed-) of Plan Northwest o lea' hau-e at*e Hill fair can, Mm ad b;;;tl:: tgA&ng: u At I till

i l lajr niu'brat: season lint. nolnrly knows I be !seen at my office. A. V. Clubb*, I

B i < what:! they arc yet. The animal is in- Pens Icnla. Gn-2w
# t 1 temsthfriau is rarity, hut It the I -- -- -- --. j IJ/rWe draw oar own hiila of Exchange on Great Britain, ire at/
FOR 'ALE-The most desirable
prophetic generation l of forest or mountain i Germany, France Austria, Italy, Holland Spain, Belgium Rcasia \cl
ii lots in the city on easy terms by
: riS} seerwho setk fi/r a sign; i'l the i the Fisher Real Estate A ,.ncy. way Sweden Denmark and other European coun rfe8.I .
i ( un\vr.ed col.'r of it< jacket "'j.i left" 2u4>i South PaUfox. IS'jlm' I '
M 1 t j It will he n-ithiiieT more than they are -- ._._ -_ .- g'Veseets Disbursed upon the Moss Favorable Terns and i :ell
t accustomed tit.In hoarding Iloutu-. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of eBtiratlon Ten cr Fifteen Dsji
: ,i t I From I after Veasel Arrives there.
'lii Decline the nrlii.h Ulrlh Ilntr. ,, land of 11 spring i Mary E-tber, Fla.. Mrs.
Boxes for
I Safety Deposit Rent in Connection
1'' Accordin to This is : I Condon proprietress. All tbt "
Ii figures; recently pul 1 I I .
with which we have Priva oartmeut for the UK
comforts home
lIshl in London France Is not the remedy of at very reasona,
ii I I ble rates.! Northern tourists will of Rent Art.
I fray country In which the birth rate is I I t-tkinr f I _
find this; an ideal place to spend a
below the normal. The statistics alo i by ii :
a ( show! a marked decline in the English I Tiencp I portion of the season. 12ulm DR. KING'S I I PROfESSIONAL CARDS.
| !
anati ,
birth rate. London shows decrease' IIBnenn...
a 1'11 ('t::
l since 1"--' from J7.4 to "I.G per 100 of i, many ,' I -- - TRY NEW DISCOVERY RbwE
I I I Kladder YY H. ALFMAN umbrElla maker 315 I W. C. M. D.
married under the of .
i women age: forty in the i South Palafox street. Re covering -
t, five )'r.1rThe decline is most noticeable I harmle" and repairingof! umbrellas and FOR THAT COLD. Office: 17* S. Palafox.

t In the fashionable quarters of the after all !\ parasols a specialty. Silk covers TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hoar from 8 to DW: a. m. and 1 to V- I

f capital while the shun areas, such as It i i.* the always on hand jan 3 Cures ConsumptionCoughs
1 remedies cd after 7 o'clock
Stepney. Shadwell ant Hetlinnl Green,
are almost stationary. Outside of London which it i ANYONE wanting bored wells Colds, Bronchitis?, Asthma, Phono a3.I .

the decline amounts to '-:;.S against I nothing fence posts or anything in the gro- PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- -
30.3Ia IStll.- IN l'al Iteeoi* lof I Physicians prescribe it cery or dry goods line will do,

wisely before purchasing to lee D, risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, JOHN S. BEARD,
I I company i for their most delicate M. Mmitt. Olive, Fla. jl"lw Sore Throat I
r i Flu"l"r. From Old seeds. tined to Croup and ; ATTORNFy-AT-LAT.

The extraordinary resuscitating: f11)1 tt'I1 l patients.OLD ItU.MOVAl" ,. !jWhoopi?? Cough. Oftlct'-3J'J Thiesen Buth'Office
of Hjibt: recehdl a curious illustration b' I ,
er very
per and PURE. B. L. DIAMOND, the tailor ha3 removed NO CURE. MO PAY. ,
a few days aco in the silver tamp Wf j Hours-8:30 a. m. tt
to 11>! t Oovernmpnl
\\011 For Sale byDannheisser Price 50c. and $1. TRI! L BOTTLES FREE I
mines at I-Turium. A mine had 1't'11alJnul1Jnl'li street oppo-ite Express effice. ,- 2:30 p.m.to6:30p.n:.
than :2(14: '0 and I.AMXK where he i is to will ; .
more years Bros ,, prepared clean repair 1 repair your iratcuee ono i Practice In all elate and [ dPTI.i .
the sees of sonic puppies were found A.ti n ), ar.d press. ladies' and gentlemen jewelry in first-class style. J. J i All bUMln'u entrusted to mo 1\" I

-beneath. th; slag of.. a species whidlI. ; I ('o LCS I t ?' toiler made!Iit@. 16j5m Stephens. I. promttand diligent attention



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FOLEY'S ,. Tin-Archliixliop late Archblshqi Crol; .'. AtblellrUru.Croke was in Best for medicinal uses J.f.. ,

teusely Irish. One cf hs! favorite My-

ins; was that he would ruttier lw a Jl ..

curate in the poorest Irish; parIsh! of ; ; '
Your physician will tell you that you should always nave some rood whiskey In the" '1 t "
Ircl.iutl ban an cchluh-jp; of ills richest ; .
house. Foucd.entsfaiDtiI.lsllU*,exhaustion and other emergency cases, it relieves ':IJrJ .
tlKxtsi' !a tie rc.-t :>f tle; .. id.yis and revives. But you must have good hiskey,pure whiskey,for poor whiskey adulterated ;1,1, .
!:>' \ ::u "'t'i j' prouiutrrIKI 11'' whiskey may do decided barm. HAYXEB WHISKEY is just what you need for It goes : .
I II direct from our own distillery to you with all its original strength richness and flavor ;; l .'.' ,
< : of tlie oM C lo ..
> :" : !! '
KIDNEY CUREGuaranteed Ii I am U;.\ tie youth of IrclauJ. a:::
II I prime l.e was IUUIM.U ;ui ;!l.t..llli.! ln-u million satisfied customers, exclusively family trade,who know it is best for medicinal if .v ,
i purposes and prefer it for other uses That's way you lilloull1 try it. Your money UckU ;
uthll l'. H\en at the age of seventy I you are not satisfied.Direct 'In'j.: '..
he bad Slue ccniitleuce! in his physical

I PIWt'1'8.INlI1t that tim4 Inentiollts! I 1f!:;
from our distillery to YOU ]
nide in conversation of the remarkable -

for All Kidney and Bladder Troubles. Is Safe and Sure pidestricii abilities of Cardinal: '

Gibbous, archbishop of Baltimore, who Profits I Privmts Adultintlon 1 I -
I IFOLEY'S could give points in walking: to the

youngest; cud most active of his : .
a KIDNEY CURE curates. "Will," wild Archbishop HAii' WHiSKEY t'-

/ d/ 7 Cu oke. "let! biia came here, and I'll -

cures the most obstinate cases of uinKc a match with him" j ..

j i Arebbi.-bi'p Croke's athleticism was

kidney and bladder diseases. / I mice ilN'ilayi-d iu a tecbnically "dis- I PURE SEVEN.YEAR.OLD RYE :
It supplies tha kidneys with the FOLEY onlerly" fulJioll iu the hum of tiiinIIIOIK. I

I Ho ', 'I'S sitting! nil the bt'lK-'l FULL $ EXPRESS :
need to build O-20 i-
substances they uP. : allotted to dstinguislll'l strangers 4 ,

out tissues. when Mr. I'anull: signaled: bim tu come
the v/orn PREPAID <
out. Iiis-teaJ of retreating by tlie door QUARTS I ;: .

It will cure Bright's Disease and K into tile members' loliby\ the arcbbisbop .

Diabetes if taken in time and nimbly vaulted cvtr the liarrier and TTe will send you FOUR FULL QUART UOTTLES of n A\ "ER'g 5EVENYEAKOLD j f '. k -
a found hints-elf on the sacred floor of RYE fur f.l 'O. and \\e will pay the express charges. Try It and .
if 'oudon't find it all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from .
slight disorder yields readily to the Cures Used the bou!<(". Fortunately neither tbe''II'I''akl'r anybody else at any price send It back at our expense and your(3.20: will be v,
) returned to you by next mail. Just think that odor over. How could it be : '
V nor tile sergeant at arms o> .
wonderful curative of this fairer If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent. Ik'tur let US 1 r ..r.'
power ''seniil the incident before Mr. Parnill send you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts yourself get a friend to J
great medicine.It Acute I by the A trot his guest out of danger.; -London I Ij join you.. Shipment made in a plain sealed case with no marks to show hat'siusnle. lfi'!

j Chrouide. Orders for Ariz.,Cal., Col.,Idaho, Mont,Nev., V.MPT Ore..Utah.Wash. Iia a
sooths and heals the urinary i I or W#o. must be on the basis of 4 Quart.. for S4.OO r>v Express ,
or Prepaid or SJO quarts for SH8.OO by Frelsht 1'repaid. "'.',n '1,
and the The Pastor' I.nfk. '
invigorates whole "
, organs Write our nearest office and do it NOW. ,!
Skillful ; Justice: :Slims: : walked! into his hotel ,

2J system. If your kidneys are deCbrODIC i I[I the other' day crestfallen and weary. THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY :

D I Pain was marked! ou his countenance.
ranged, commence by taking Special- ATLANTA, G.DAYTON,.OHIO ST. LOUIS, KO ST. PAUL, MINN. :
KidneyFOLEY'S lie moved aleut in au atmosphere of '.' a.
S utter bojM; '!lessness. A friend soughtto ; 131: DISTILLERY. TROT 0. ESTABLISHED 1EM.. ,!
I sts lisbtcn his Inn den. I i4-P; I ,

and "..UII.t try" said the judge dejectedly. -I _ _ _ I'1l'or ; .
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forall "It is not the matter of a moment. -- .. '
AVell 1'niJ. "
N I'm afraid it has come for all time. A ) ''
Bladder iV! =GOLA Y
"When I was a young chap\ said =Ot ;,
great sorrow me-disappointment "
Kidney :Major Charles Hick, who intends to be !
blighted hope in a trusted friend
Dis- faith brokenand ruined." the next Republican candidate for governor Grist and Corn Meal Mills.P. ,

KIDNEY CURE In Ohio if he ('an. "I got a lesson i .'
and "Some secret sorrow, judge, tint 'oul'UIJUut"
) F. GOflZflliEZ & CO. :
that has kept me humble ever since. I Prop i, .

eases E was studjing law in an otliee and, as Hannfactcrers .1. '1 4
:Bladder "No, no; worse than that. My wholetow
/ ,1t
at once. It will make you well. II knows it. Pastor accused of fish- was the custom in those days, I was CHOICE MEAL ANI PURE GROUND ,':, ...
getting nothing for my time except the 8TOCK FTKD.
ins on Sunday everybody talking
Dis' opportunity to associate with the lawyers Patronize Home Industry, for t ;
there u :
Jl Physician Healed, Now Prescribes It Dally about it. in the otlice and to try a few minor every reason yon should buy your Meal ao4 J'!7 J
; "Why. judge. it can't""Yes took feed from the Home Manufacturer ( ,
Dr. f.eo. Ewing, a practicing physician at Smith's cases In the petty courts."I for .,"
aDaranteed : eases still. It is true. Re- by to doing you encourage home Indus I i
Cro\c Ky., for over thirty years, writes his personal Y A yesorse tried a case one day, and I suppose try. Your monl..lslt'ftio the community 'i If';,"
with FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE lzit'tt! willll"' ''. You St e. bo was waitIr.S Inti yon In turn ar" Indirectly benedtoO. ,
experience : "For years I put on a bit. At any rate an old man le lo.tertlill the home manufacturer 1
I have been bothered with on a ferryboat one Sunday morn&Z& Toaaontribnte (
greatly kidney and bladder who h:1dlot'ltl sitting In the courtroom to thecaneof labor. You owe ; '"
trour!: and enlarged; prostate gland. I used everything l' 'o theoommnnlty which yon live sag : : .
kn: ''n! M the profession without relief,until I commenced eamo to me after the trial and! said, whlah contributed to TOUT sot port. I '

ton:. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. After taking three bottles : 1 'Charley, how much be je makiif nowV' ." .:

I ""J entirely relieved and cured. I prescribe it now '-4 "I told him 1:1,. a student and was I

di. ', Tactice and heartily recommend its use to all Jeltin; 1 ;: not hi ng j list thin. ; '

pi such troubles for I can honestly state I have [CUREJ, ? '1 IIuli11: h,' said, turning away. 'It

rrl> hundreds of cases with perfect success." f **&& *& strikes me yer party well paid:' rVrWW'IW : "

Had \to Cst t Up Several Times Every Night
Proof :%< t to DC Conlroierlrd.Here .
V' 1 \ ':Arnold, la., writes: "I was troubled : .
ti'; sout three years. I was nervous PREPARED I 1-___ -:- --1 I is a ";;<'0'l one" about :a bishop NICK'SPT4ANT j
n a: ) .' > ". ." i had to get up several times during of the rpiscopal) oliuirli. Ha\ii: ; ;as

It .. '. ttl.'sof FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURL M-i. 8el'tt'llln the most positive manner that :;,

.. -. I feel he
e* better than I ever did society was gaining in morality
&:11' '.-.ii" ; fr\. nds." { }/ V..5.A. was asked tn ni\p the grounds of his

... belief. for the belief cannot -
TYJO StIES 5Gc and WYh//I ;
$1.00 _ _ be controverteil." he said. "1 have Hi

knowledge of six .
\\'. A.D'ALEMHERTE, No. 121 S. Palafox St. ;
s5J umbrellas) ha tins been returned to their ; l
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ELECTBICAL/ WORK i iI My ram Is plain John Smith" he said *\Vaa rr>' Su|>erNtitioun, butA"urp '
To the sr&ciouq tombstone man. Comprise all the Up-to- '
a llrure of the (jvms.He For Xnlants and Children
1 want to fix thin'h..n 1 m deadAs Date
I K.; .-i.I }'. <.; \ l I' ,'.\' '. ['''iiiiit-tM) : ). only a live man can.I wore an opal: fur n ring and another Dishes the Markets -
., The Kind You Hare Always! Bougti! of the World !
1 > i i' ; : "r i-leciri- I > listen friend and take those down. for a si-arfiiiu. "Siiiiersjtitious'i"Le "
IM have th loom in stateI
I' W n II Wh! wll ,|j"I1"| rn I saiiL "1 slumM! aay I aiu* The first AlTor-d
I rum my modvfct slab be It gray or O'st5 the4UM4Ireuf- ",IJ ,
brou I tlay I wore this ring; I wet M i. HarJup, '
Or of marble "r common slate. who Lad always U'fore this run aero i: .

: 'i h" ::, ci 1 Viisu] t k Bi,', "Just I ncvi say once in all pot my tight.married life Irolchlu the strit-t wln-nc\6r To tuy surprise Le KIW, he stopped me np-, I: Medical Society, Attention. I Ladies' Private

Nor UM I grieve my loving wifely I1lill'll and -\U-nik-d his Land.

staying mt at night., 'ly! the way," he remarked, 'isn't JUST TUEN THE VILLAGE LAWIEK BUOYS There will be a regular meetIng!' of i Dining Parlor.sV

INSURANCEAM i ir Aid n,1! those lines (tluy're strictly true, there a little obligation lu'twccn usV I f 1SI. he Pensacola Medical society: at :.
As 1 ixp<'ct to dw: h" Board of Health offce at t
> fno pai.l wife his whole life through "1 ri>lied stitlly that there Lad been lag;; to lie taken across the river to >clock p.m. Tuesday. Jan 13 and 27. '

lie ncvc told a he.' for three )'l'nrs. -onoU for lirutlicr clergyman! The Visiting physicians are
cordially Regular Dinner
UKAL ESTATE Tho tombstone, man drew forth his book '"It had pa>H't1 my niinil,' Le said fcrrj 111:111, who had gone up to the \il- ''nrited toattpnd. I I Daily. -

And wrote the lines therein ca.sily. 'It just oi-curri-tl to me."Ith .' Ilgt: ? oil nn rrraiid had left a lishin;; DR.W. C. DEWBERY,

No.I South! Palafox Street. And said: "I mut not overlook "\\ that he took out u large wallet rod han:;iti OMT the tiitio of the boat President -

The words! that shall brein. and imsented me with three bills withhaitI'll: Irx.k dangling:: ;: in the witiT. OR. L. DaM BLOCKER, Short Orders I'riiinptljr

I From what youvtsaid 'tis my surmise of )large; lenoiiiiiution. I tell you it It uould! ha\e U-MI all right had n25ttf SHcretary. Filled Night; or Day. .
P.Ll! I.-- .. (Since this you so abhor)
LVirable Dwelling, You wish me to begin 'Here Lies was like landing the cash. I went to not wane tlufullluJ irreverent fish taken -

fl": I: : .. I'am'f John Smith a Bachelor.' the office, and there was a letter say. the liaSt. The pastor! noticing the 3 udgin 's, Tie Seslor 5c. If It's Homethlne to Eat

. the City: New York Times. ing that our mine which with its cou- aittition; bimply: i>ut his foot on the you'll nan It at

.' hat bit-n a nightmare it from overboard.Hut. .
\ 'i" 1--. riinlaiiiini 1. taut assessments rod to keep going
rooms. .\ n."anaa. STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ
1. "i,,roii\enience. '. Imch/ ml ( had struck paying ore and that you know it's the first step that Nick Apostle's

>< >'pI"..r tiruiiht ll.iori.. corner Huble. lot the 8tockhllltl1'rs"l'fe in favor of i-ell- counts. That was: his downfall. His THO& CONDON;, Captain,

., .- ..'.'.. No.; ;14 ry Kail LaKua nut. (1(3f ing out at a great advance to a syndi thoughts; turned from saving the rod to will make regular trips between Popular Restaurant '

I -MI I UK bnu,,', containing cate. I picked up the paper, looked at having the C:"h. The ferryman was nowhere Pensacola, Point Washington! and

'"-. .kii'iwu HI iht* I'ouce lie the stock quotations and saw that zinc In sight and the poor man fell. Freeport. Leave Uayleu street
". \ lln Ka: .t 1nttttkn. ,C Lad gone away up. Telegraphed to lIe landed the fibh. Just thou thc, village wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive mmM_

i !.-lory modern dwelling: ) my agent to sell my stock and was a lawyer drove by, and gossips did at Freeport at 6 p. m. sam! day. 1 .
Ii"|- "I. of the t7) Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m.
good gainer thereby. Man came in the rest.
11 '
on llit ;
Mr eel car
and arrive at Pensacola 6
m. same
:\1 N.>rth I'.arcelona street. and bought,: a lot in my subdivision.First "lIow much llitl"- p. '
-111. ,"'t.ry day. Fare, round trip f 5 one ,
dwelling. 1" rooms. ; way LODGE DIRECTORY Y
I Lad sold in six months. Telegram "The ferryman says less than a !;
f.I.. ... -.. 'IU..1"'jUIUI!, Xo.:3) East $3. 12nlm
r. I. : ",'.Ut.. 'trL. came from Lansing. Supreme pound; but, worst of all"-
ii<*w :j-story modern -----
,u court Lad reversed the decision of the "Why Judge""It i '
rin> PEARL
desirablesec"r & DOLIVE. !
fl1.vrrv .
: '. ,i.. '. silunted oa North lower court in a case of mine and, by was a hornpouL"-Washington ,
I a' ::\\"Q Strong and DeSoto: I -
I. : (:rorJe; I was a winner of a long Cor. St. Louis Uepublic. PeruiAcolm Lodge No. 8, K. of P ;
!I.. :'''1( In good: order with fought obstinate case. Next week an Call on them at the corner of Gar. !
I meals ,
from the belt every Monday evenIn Ii ,
[ throughout important event happened in the tam- den and Alcaniz street for carp..n.I I at7JO at Castle tall, .
: street. ily." STATE OF OHIO,CITY OF TOLEDOlss( ter and electrical workor phone OJO.SHERIFF'S In the fiioanc Watson .1 ,: .
city water, LUCAS COUNTY. ) Bul'tlDg. third floor. $ J '
t "I suppose it was a boy, was sug VUltlnK brethren
lot No. cordially i
corner i! .
.' gested. FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath welcomed .
,, newly patlirouKhout that he is senior of the SALE.By J. A. LYLE.: : '.
of 'em! I the partner "
I on "No sir-two am lop- I H. HORgLKR U. C. Jr'
\ _Jregary street. py father of two as buxom fat boysas firm of F, J. Cheney & Co., doing virtue of an execution issued out of 1[. K." 8. 1
.lI. the circuit court of htcambla county r lor-
walerandbitth, .
chlrubsarcII't business in the City of Toledo, wherein the L"WI ;
ground with you cvt-r saw Raphael's Ida. Hear 4'nmpany. a
.. No.; 7nS East ill it with them. Superstitious county and state aforesaid, and that corp >,r"tion, 19 U plaintiff and A. A.I I Damon Ijodgp No. 13 i: -
Wade & 8ou. defendant. 1 have levied
: 41:> East Grego- about opalfc? I should say I am! Iwear ;aid firm will pay the sum of ONE upon as the, property of the raid A. Wade meets every Tuesday evening at 7:3", at I
: and will sell Castle: Hall corn r Palatoi and Garden i
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each at public outcry for cash in
and Free
iy papered
thl'Ill't'ry day-lletroit ItrleU.'hltlng Knights cordially invited.J.ALltElLTJoHuiaoN .
front of the county court hou.ln tbe city
I "What I Is it, Hilly'r'"Pou't Press. and every case of Catarrh that can- of Pensacola. Floridaon the firm !Monday, : .;
ne street.\\'ly paiatfd 5-rsora, sny a word! I found a lump not be cured by the use ef HALL'S the 2nd day of Kebruary. A. I), Mil.\ at the 1)ANltIlKGtiS.X.otR.&M. c. C. 4
CATARRH CURE. usual hour of sale the follow tog describeIproperty
i : sir bet. a new of coal tint's only boon burned twlcct. :\11""I..ippi'. Pure Products.Representative FRANK CHENEY. tou: Lot twenty ((2;II) old cityof
ith 5 rooms. -Xl'W York Evening: Journal. ( Camller of Mississippi rVn Bcolft.! Florida Ironli.i; eighty >
t str..t, Sworn to before me and subscribedin (11O! ) feet on Church: street, by ninety! ('liJ) LO.O.F.
cottage newly city -A NIGHT-- -ALARM.- was speaking on the pure food bill. my presence this 6th day of December feet on Adams street according to map of :. ,
.Ioors..:! throughout lIe extolled the food products of his A. D. 1886. aid city copyrighted by Thoi. U. Watson In j.PfOnlla1)la .
street, n neatly Worse than an alarm of fire at night 1'1'<4. Together with all and singular, tbetenements Lodge No. 4 .

water.{ In good cun- is the brassy cough of croup, which own"1 should state. like," broke in Representative I ;:: i A. W. GLEABOX, thereunto, beredltaments belonging.and Also appurirn.ances the following meets every Ibnmday evening at 7.1i at :

:_, as well .. ) Public.Hall's described personal properly to-wit: Kafford hall.H Went Intendencia street. J
like the -
sounds children's death knell ask about Notary
i Sims, "to a question
KOH KENT. One ((1)) Iron safe.threei5)( box clock sprIngs. Visiting brethren cordially InvlUd. !
and it means death unless something Mississippi question about another Catarrh Cure is taken in- one ((1) coffee urn, one ((1)) boi engraving J.E.LoSG.N.O. ; ,
& CO., ternally and acts directly on the platesone (1)) watch rack.onedlcate) watch J.G.WansifSecretary. I
and Insurance is done quickly. Foley's Honey and product of that grand old state. Uowarl blood and mucous surfaces of the eryjtali and tools two (2) counter and
drawers, one C 11)) roll topdesk.oge II) wire
the bears holding: out?
Street. Tar never falls to give instant relief : ystem. Send for testimonials, free.F. office (1) counter desk twoi( ) eeVlona AMERICAN GUILD.
and quickly cures the worst forms of "Wonderfully well Camller replied. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, OANTALMIDY pigeon hoeU tWfi (t) long tables, -
croup. Mr*. P. L. Cordier. of Manninstton. "Even president: cannot get them. three ((5) office chairs, one (I) cabinet mirror -
,one (1) .lung counter In sections with Pen aola Chapter No, 007
., Ky., writes: "My three Still we all Loped the president would top glau attacbmentl. one (1)) cabinet of ,
year old girl had a severe case of shoot one so tie could see what pure watch (1) tone bate one (1)) F. E. HKA WfIR. p. LtYD&lf TBrTH, :
; croup; the doctor said she could not rnsraTer's machine one (1) watch maite,.' Secretary Governor.
bear food we produce. Nashville cabinet and contents, one (1) glass watch
I >d Wagons live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey American. racll:. onll (lJ watch maker's stool one (1) J
dead animals and Tar; the fir"t dose gave quick relief ; marble slab for counter. Also. a lot of conditional -
These tiny Capsules sre superior
bills of sale and furniture con- K. OF L.
: end saved her life Refuse sub '
All In the Draw. .
I to Balatm of CopilbV XCbebf Li acts -
!titutes. W. A. D'Alemberte 121 8. ,
for discovers that OKO E.HMITH.jtliawlw .
or cows
Wigg Many a woman
; :: and lJ 1
| Injections IW'tThey
) ; Palafox street. Hheriff. Local Asuemblr No. 1.103. ;
A she Las married the wrong ID3n.WIIW'elI. the
Jr J core in 48 tours
HKRRING BROS I've heard that marriage L Meets first Monday In each month.W.P.U.TIIARP. 'j '
t Cleaning ladies skirts and waist ;
Ivenrderi same iiwu without any nJODL, Gnnther'a .
Oouldinjf. Candies
Try at
East Intendencia street. is one of o".r specialties. Star Laun sometimes makes another man of a fellow. -fl .iL-A bit r) 4v ti i neuCflclla ABTHCB MCCOIOKLL.' : M.W. .. I J.ecretiry. ,

dry. .-Philadelphia ne<'Ortl.. .. Solomon's. -


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it is a very important item and that FLORALA NEWS NOTESFlorala Strongest in the
tbe grand jury with all its attend- Hair Vigor World.

-s ants cats no small figure in that bill Avers -

:t of costs. Then when be discovers Nearly everybody knows

that it is unnecessary and an obstacle AU., Jan. 17.-The Jack how color The
a"rid at the Post Office at Pen lAcola, 'II always restores Equitable
Lumber CO. is
the ends of be will son store about com
61. MOoad- lMi matter. justice, J.C.A7erCo.,
do well to name some other things plete. Mr. Hamilton, general man and checks falling. Lowell.KM*.

jmCEPltt': Building, 2113 Booth: of the store, will
ager begin movingthe
.aalu Itreet, op-italrt. that need abolishment worse. Assurance
stock from the George's sure at Society
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'I THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO.T Ur in Tennessee the legislature ;is this place to L ckheart Monday. KEEPS HIS FAMILY WKLL. Of the United States.HENKY .

wreStling with the temperance question This is the largest store building in If you are feeling out of sorts It

"rnu: Invariably in Advance. and it seems to be the plan of the country, divided in three departments lli AMUSEMENTS. your circulation or your digestionis n. UTIlE, Founder,

T.rbyM; &ll_____IS 00 tbe scions make it hot for the sa- WCS2S252S2S252S
and well
.. arranged. bad ought to thick first ont
>u( Monibt ,-. _- ___ iDM w you I I Carrier. Payable Monday 10MttHitiag loons. The offices to be completed soon, : S 2# your liver. Probably that is all that, Preliminary Statement, Jan. ,, i Ir-:3:

located just across Main street from is wrong with you. HEPATICURA ,
Rates Furniihed
P. A. G. NOTES.There the store. CORTON'S FAMOUS MINSTRELS.Gorton's provides for the best health possible Outstanding AiI"uranc@U."ijl\tCI: ,.)

TELEPHONE NO. ItS.'I General Manager; Harland ha Minstrels will appear at and will answer all your need3. If Income..... ,... .... 6. l\o) i 1

moved his family to Lockheart. want real health the
the opera house to-morrow night you good keep New Assurance .... .. .. :;:
Tbe hotel will be managed by H. liver right, and there is nothing 'l\\\j\
novel and
with an entirely new,
: Pensacola Athletic on next
place. The cojjtumini and stage effects are HEPATICURA. 'Assurance Fund and
Thursday and Friday. On these The Georgia Central people are Mr. Danitl James of Pensacola, I'
on a most and elaborate all other .
PBI8AOOLA JAB 20 1903 expensive liabilities. :!
I: days Mt. Cha Turner will put in here and the depot will be located scale, and the comprises Fla.. says: I want to tell you how I asoi.iOftoThe (

probably Pecan street north of company Surplus .... ...... ';
on much I .eo.
?5 5iiLS] for the club an improved Tobasco the best and most capable perform I apprpciatp your medicine ; .j.I.\j..1j
,118: IF the newspapers of the state the Central hotl. HEPA TICURA. My wife had ;
F heater and boiler. Members are requested ers. Tbe Newton Bros., acrobatic largest Increase ever nindr in IIny jt
: would devote a little less space to The L. & N. depot will soon be been sick tar a long time. I did not I In the history of the Hocirni
to remember the above mentioned comedians, who are with Gorton'sminstrels know exactly what was the matter i i
the boosting ot favorite candidatesto for
days. ready paint. this Seai-10D. are making a with her. l' suppose it must have 'JAMES W. ALEXANDER Presiden
fat political! jobs and a little more The Florala Land Co. will soon be .
been liver trouble. I had
some to
The ladies' and girls' clashes, pronounced hit with their art, which
to the advocacy of some sort of representation in their new office.; W. C. McLach- I have a physician very often, but | JAMES H. HYDE, VicePresident.OOWLES .
which used to meet at the gymnas- n a combination of difficult feats
,4Ir t4 of the state's interests! at lin and E. E. Reese will the she did not get well until she took
ium on Saturdays, have been suspended manage 'and: ludrlcous situations, and which HEPATICURA. A few bottles:
the great St. Louii Exposition, they business.
for the winter.REMARKABLE 1 never fails to please.CREATORETIJONCERTS.. cured her. Hhe i* well now and 1
iII would be doing themselves more Florala has more prospects than never complains. I give it to the BUDS.

i credit. any other town of its size in the I children and take it iiiy..eU, and it I ,
CURE OF CROUP.A keeps us all well. Hold by all drug Ii i, Gt'neralgl'hl8.,
Ij South. The Florala Brick Co managed I
IT took the United States! Senate Little Life Saved.I The coming of Creatore the great gists.
Bey's ; by Mr. Pits, can soon furnish | 309 1 8.: Palafox St., I'EXSACOLi.
only nine minutes to puss the house
have a few words to say regarding fir t.c1ass brick for the whole coun Italidn bandmaster, who will be RARE URCAINS"Seventy
I 1qii1 bill removing the duty from coal Chamberlain's It : heard at the operlhous6 Thursday, -
Cough liemedy. try.

; i and the vote was unanimous. This saved my little boy's life and I feel Miss Ousie Cawthon has accepteda .I Janu try :L"2! will, no doubt, create I .five acres on Blackwater TIII:

reminds us of Charlie Laney's gopher that I cannot praise it enough. I position in the PO-tofllce. hiss, quite the same sensation as that liy, rich black hammock lands two

story of how the boys used to bought a bottle of it from A.E. 8t'!ere : Cawthon served as tusiftatit at De- j which has re-ulted from his appearance | mile-, fr'nDliIton., particularly JA& JY tnY &

make the gopher get a quick move I of Goodwin, 6. I)., and when I got 'i in all the other large cities of I adapted to pecans. This land j join* ,
Funiak Springs: in the \ I
jj on him by putting a hot coal on his 'home with it the poor baby could I postoflbe the cflfcbrated Criglar pecan grove
hardly breathe. I cave the medicineas under the administration of President the country. That Creatore has a and is partially cleared. I
The deliberate old I I \\'IIIII.all.
back. senate directed every ten minutes until Cleveland. | personality calculated to catch and Two hundred and eighty acres I :11111

.;:I I evidently found this coal question a "threw up" and then I thought sure I Henry Terry, who has the management I,! hold the attentim of any audience 100 acres cleared, 7 miles from Milton ir.-tail I (irlll..I....
:'t hot one. I he was going to choke to death. \Ve 3j miles from the railroad onYsllow .
of the telephone in : btfore which he appears, is best i 1II\It l.AH1EI 1'01:
of his system
had to pull the phlegm out River at Faulk'a Ferry

fj tlj THEKE may be a coal famine, but I mouth in great long strings. I am Florala, is busy at work ai.d will ,.: proven by the fact that a single coc1 Well watered and with good dwellings

-h i i'- i i with a prosecutiou of coal dealers iu positive that if I had not got that place about thirty 'phones by the 1 i cert in New York lat summer made outhon ps and fencing. I Family, Fancy and Staple
bottle of cough medicine boyw There srI'10 of in
t }1 I Illinois, a District of Columbia inTeetirfttiou -, >ulJ not be ou earth I 15th of February. him famouand gained him a recog this tract worth acres the price cypress of the i, to< Groceries, fc<

:I.' F I"1 / into the coal trade and DIMOXT, Inwood Iowa. For sale I Airs. Maria Manning of D. Funiak: ouized prominence as one of the whole. This land has been grown

i ";li. I another in Massachusetts, a Lay by all druggists and medicine dealer Springs is visiting Floral I world's ;great 1Uu He has extensively to can" ac1 large profit. and All Kinds: of I'p-tn-d r .,

.t: I State inquiry into the legality of municipal The well,known Jim Choen of 1'! almost a hypnotis; control over both made. here are 12UO! acres of feueed Good-
i. I
i his musicians and those who listen pasturage adjoining, which is free. We arp Hole Distributor, ,
:: coal yard ana congress dis- Elba: Ala., is in town on business. I|j (or \\ .t
'Ii ,Eighty-one: acres, 3 miles no-th of Florid! for the
) tbe of FREE VACCINATION.Competent :i Von Axehon editor !1 to his programme, and the effects Cite tj:
t CUSsiuft possibility govern of the :' above with good hou< well and 1 Monde Cotfee, Sweet |Iltum.M, .,
ment confiscation of the coal fields Laurel Hill Gazette, was in town ,' resulting! from his:! leadership defy :9prni feJ poods. his tract i-> : lihini and Ciiina:
:-l; :, I'' and railroads, it looks as if there I yesterday. It is rumored that he i description. valuable in connection with stock i i Delicatessen, German: .\m.: r :,'a bi
l will be in raising. The wood and timber will
1. were a hot time coming fir some physicians will bring his plant to this place, :' I i Food Co.'s Canned MeatF.ti' All
: attendance at the office of the City "OLD INNOCENCE." pay for clearing and also for the of which are old bv all tir-i-ua-
t. body. which will be controlled by a stock land.
: '! _ Physician, over the office gof tne i I Retail Grocers in the cit\.
company known as the "Florala i No such bargain a;; this has yet I
4 ft : A MEKITEU compliment is paid to Southern Express Co., from 9:00 a. Publishing Company." Mr. Axd- i! "The man who cannot laugh," been tIded to purcrmer The 002iOi SOUTH AIAt\\

tI I a people who are prominent in the. m. to 7:00 p. m. every day in the ifS: Carlyie, "is not only fit for lauds have been cultivated for year
son is a splendid and ------
: business affairs of all our cities in i week. newspaper i! traasou, straii em and spoils, but and I know what they will produce.
::f will be welcomed to our town. !II They are convenient'10 market and PENSACOLAPressing
;i'' ; the following from the Gainesville They will vaciinate all citizsns, his wnole life is already a treason
will sold
Rev. J. T. Mapoies, ,editor of the at a bargain on account
# t :\( bun: One of the most commendable who apply, free of charge. All are I Florala News, lus removed to his! and a stratagem. How mucn credit of owner encasing in other buMne

: : 4l4; traits of the Israelites is that they urged to avail them-elves of this 1 new office and U now in a better : then nuB! be given to the man For particulars, pnc and terms ClubFOR
po- < address NED
I r'f.' t f 't stand by each other as a unit iu. offer without delay.Tnecerficite who can make us laugh! heartily and! FAY.
I It ?lllon to do more for the public. He J9f I'eii-acola, Fla.
;U1\\: every instance when they have reason which each person !I his already improved! his paper'gieatly. ; healthily: in-pile' of ourselves? GENTLEMEN.One

t; U l to believe a member of their vaccinated receive, should be carefully -: : '! Such .1 man is Inn Murphy, whose I' Heads M.oitlil After .\( IIP. .

f Jlt1'' race is iu the right. A more charitable -' kept, as :proof of vaccination :| Mts-rs. Patrick & Bracpwell,1! charming littlco'nedy, "Old Inno- Never ensure thi* trouble. l""eat

: \.' race of people does uot inhabitUod'tf will be of v sIne, not only schoo.I I c* nce," will be -{'en ut the operihoate !, once the remedy that stopped it foijMr '
t I barbers, are now 1:1 tht.r new and ou next Friaay, Jan. 23. !: -.. N. A. Wt h.tH. of \\intni., Va.; Dollar Per Month
children all who
.r.f; -j /green earth, and wilt one of I but to are working ommodious building.Mr. I II rlp write"Dr.. KinNew Life |

'J J.{.., .)\j, ; them is in need a lequest for aid is [ in factories and other pieces>i where I Gc'l. Perkins, who livest'S the |, 1IIK atiiiiiii lIUINII. 1MN wholly onr<"l me of ick head 'i, In Advance to Member-hip

: .."'" 1' immediately and liberally re-l'ond.t'f. a number of persons are employed. Yellow River road, near Perkins' I ache 1 had eutftreil from for two Clothes ClpanH; and Pn -- .
.)Ii I i The ri.'ht letnedy at the richttime "
Jure Head.iche ,
% e its CoutipiJtion -
1 ed to. 1 often as desired. Your
r ; : Crossing, has ;;laced on exhibition: i i. a friend indeed You cannot be Hilioti-ne 25c.; at W. A. (

Jf'' :J.J. j l0j5! : City Health Officer. [ the largest turnip if the season.i : too careful about having the right D'Alnnbt-rte'-drugstore, ll'l:! :South sent: :South for and Palafox delivered allj! J t tti'j f', -

!?4; ) IN the light of the recent tragedy at ;i M. George, Jr., of Liberty Hill I remedy Oil hind when iou need it. I Palafoxtrett.. Clii b.
THE INTERESTINC MATINEE GIRL I II iiisailbv; a mm nt knowledge:
, ., 1 Columbia h. C., one may well inquire was in town l.1t week. Mou;;e i-a '; j

,! f': Ji! ,: what purpose H Served by the :::-:;; !' successful farmer ua well a? a l log : ana health!good i isc julgmf-nt,u-ed; bv a that bid liver.most HE-bul Laies'!! Flais! stirls! :. ?r. :'J

1..1'! I':! i : uuti-pi.-tol laws. It was the :south I MootK and TCI. lie Fair Often at !1 man. I II i. PAl'lL'UBX i- the I.est liver tonic VALUABLE CITY LOTS.

. Carolina legi-laturo that enacted u I the 1'laj IVrtecilj I Ofpieted. I] C. H Gordon, auditor of the Yeli !- which! will liven up that tnemberin Yours for N<- 1

f law barring; from sate all pi-tuls under If any one has the impres-ion that I low railroad !irood ..tyl4 and give you a great deal I., --
It". i river ?i'eni oundtyinFlorala. IIf {,It.I.ure iw'hl a, s tll..rction: ill ; G. W. IRWIN.
t four Bounds in Weight and twen I our mrceptible young lidies! do not : Of the large number of lot; recently
41 : ; I Charlie is a worthy yuuiu lift- N.dl( by all druggi-N. ]
jT: : ty-one iLCh barrels. Lieuteuaut- I respond to the sentiments of the I man, the youngest on of the well. I, purcha-hed by Mr. O. M. l'ryor

iI,. I'.."'.F11 ; Governor 'I'I II wan himself signed !i plays they witness, he should study'the I known Litut. Francn Gordon of the 1 1i I and pllcellIn sale! M desirable pur-
t j4;i. I life-like illustrations of the I am- Si!,! >"not' '1'1t. -it. I chafer-, have been old but DO YOU KNOW
; the bill, and yet he had the eliront six between the I many: ,
war tate *
i I > ")1."- I I",)'. s.ii'l! tie niill"; ' ")'OU
0 tery to pamde through the streets of I VM:itinee Girl at the Play" shown'on I I H. H. Hu.'esaud J. 15. Cockcroft I II ) :put to niiniii or there w.ll be some of the choicest are still held by HEEKMAN LUMIlEJI
f: .: i the city almost in the shadow of the the new 1'J. 3 calendar sheets issued -I have just returned from P 'uu jl-j i tro.iI'V.Viil:' him.He 'a large stock of dre--ed -' ,, :

f;? i. it capital building in company with :' by the Armour Packing Company l >'auiasilth a car of uiulrMr. ->. "\ JIM dlsi.iliei it mo' asLed the will !sell to actual settlers on and joi..tGet their pro-- tibuyiug. .

I J : ::1' two state senators: with two pistols: Kan-Ms: City, Has.I M V. hair Audalu-ia was ,i YOU!II. nlO-t'nthll' terms as he i is determined -, ,nit.

i; concealed in his, pocket- I These lIeautifu'l portraitures are in town this week. i iI | "Worse than that." ni.iiiod the o'.d! to build up this property. ; -- -- -

,f I.'t: Ir ---- -- :'each a study Irom life, made by a i I Prof. HartriUije county superin-I W, II. I Hot Rolls, at 5 P. m", lOc

< r Two or three of the state papers I( celebrated artist who certainly pos teadent of education visited the hit scoi.'s to1U'." sid: : the jouth. MONEY TO LOANAt a doz., at Solciuon's.STEAMER .

1 IIin j. have mentioned Editor Ueorge Wil the ability to "that that's hboiit as bail as it U."
I sesses portray thingsas Flurala School this week. the Loan Office ofV.. R. Meri-
.v {r : 80noftheJack.ou"llleTimes.Uuion'I they really are. "That'sljfie joa're wrnu?. rtl.'tlI wether, 112 South Tarragona street.
1 Mayor McLauchlin is vi-itim1 lie old iiia ii. -I 1' I tried to disinlunt
,1f and Citizen Y'tucan of LINE SCHEDULE
: as splendid gubernatorial In drawing and color the artist i is bu5i-i: UK any sum money you
I Peuracola and other cities on jou .Mm IlIicht ;jo into court and !'ue-I imiy nefil at thA lowest rate of ill.
: L If timber. Exactly so-he would true to life, and under the six titles, I i -
lneI "-"-. H .H! In brtaUin; the will. .Iii-t now terest. You can 1>* a-r-ured of fair
j4;. i reflect credit on the state and would "Grand Opera," "Va udeville," "Ho- I Mr. E. Patterson left Friday on I II you don't seem to be disposed to do j I jtre-jtmmt!' anti !strictly cot.fiJential: 'f'IWf'f'n IVnhacola and Milton 1\.8'

tip ? honor the executive chair, but then ciety Drama," "Comic Opera," "HI ,)- iinjtliii'i bat siM-ii'l ." I businesrelatione., j7tf .
' i I the evening's train for Hot :Springs: uioney.fllV" Stun Ilallj Fi<-r)>l SumUj
! 1', i there is the Hon. Frauk Harris, of I mantic Drama" aud "Tragedy! ," the "\\"
lAik where he will
I rpeud some
; "
' I I"l'll.
:) i II' Ocala to whom this state owes ai beautiful matinee girl reflects in herpose I time. I II "\\ you mi'it! : as Will uiulcrstaml I Do rcu want a magnificent watch "CITY OF TAMPA.

i i lasting debt of gratitude. He is the and faciai expres-ion just the that it IMI'I'-e I don't know how for little money? If Qu. call 01 1.T Milton 55) urn I.V..AC'oIA.
Mr. Ed. who has been
'm I cestor of the Florida press, and the impres-ion that the scene btfore her I eardsly, to spend nioiu'v that I luM'ii't done it." Stephens, th*. jeweler. He will accommodate &rtcnui&.Cttau, Ar Miliun
} quite sick! for several weeks n on 1\u' ItThirt" you.jj Kare.micHound li,
youth was a trlp..I
;t t ; Tribune is quite sure that the 1 accomplished conveys. 1 I :fritv pa Ii I _
l t I the streets again. tl.rcat U'liiiul this.
"i tt, editor of Duval wouldr The artistic calendar is that
1< J i one i W. H. Jones late of Troy but now I '.l( inj l.loto')' is to lx> wasfcil l>y an ,.:i_- .. !T!:'. 4
r f t 1 rather see :Mr. Harris governor than will be preserved for its pictures ( (\ It ( JEWELER\ IN HIS
I I in butue-s here, left today for his ind\idnil.: &!: tin- old n>:ui went on. "I li. (Vi rw\ \ l'q;
ii t to have the exilted honor thru-t after the 11HU: has I Ii
i long year pas-ed U Hint : (111111.'I'
f' i old home where will be married on i iI want to Nov jou'll :

:i: 4 upon him-t-lf.-i t Tampa Tribune.J I It I into history. It is really one of the rUt'-d.1v next to Mi-s U'haley. i lui\i: fih"\\ that )ou're ('npaLI.t v_ NEW STAN!)

' ; hall very nice' lor the Florida new, of the 'icon's tlo-! I'll )loose
; I mo-t pleading se productions :'thingKp or turn
I Mr. Brown, representing the well-
lJl ,-:'I' < I paper men to be throwing boquptsat and every nun and woman will known Clatter uiu-ic hou-e of l'en-I and I si..nxl| tj.<> inoi.t-j' mys..|f." EARLY SPRING g|

r 'i 'i' each other and it i is true th tt some I want a :et to preserve as soon as the I lor momcrt tie j'(.l1t h was worried. 1
t I sacola, i, doing a splendid bu-iue-s. .
; > of them are in a high! degree qualified I eye re.N upon it.Tli : Then his fa ea- l.riiit! *'tmt.Thiais k- I have moved my jewelry -;' -r-
I ; He ha-J won many: freiids: here. :' 12J South Palafox formerly ,
i nI! risht. !JiI.I. lie wild. ;1
: J for political lliee in the : ; < STYLES *
I t any t S.'rf' of lumg I.lf 5ConsiU : pied by KJSS & Co., ai'd am *
J., f; i I Sam HO-tnju! of Lis Bpar & Co., | "'VLh .\0:1' npnt.ition ft.r it>ii"onatNr.i -
state. Alabama set'uito ha\'em ide in all the main l better prepared than e\-r t" '
I' keeping;: I Pen-acola, spent je-jterday iu town !1'I | ami I tvn 1.1 .j' pHI wt.iildii'! !!1 unre : ,
t. 1 great bargains in dmnonJs. -
mistake in electing Editor Jelks wan
9 J no organs (If the body ia healthy regular 1
I ojin comes often and sells: qjite.i !i tn ;:-'t s-.r'i' !In-run- would! i c iI.e! .t ) j jewelry, etc. Call and I' ,
14 to the governorship of that state. j action, and in quickly detroying [ I'J'-vI 'Jvl'vI' 1l see u''
.ij: di-ease Electric good deal to the merchants here. .. p> I mi > it'tt and Imi> a \"":'"' rvator \ \) let me convince. you.J. .
If'it : deadly ireru. |I
: ; for lIr.talt.>. It's.iii ;';;;; "'; ";; ...;i.i... .-: 1 I,
--- aiipflni'd. !! rj..ti1 hTEPHKXEVERYBODY -
Hitters htoniuch, Liverand L
!r .l ;f'i IT has long b' en theopinion of regulate I' ) ,
Kidneys purify the tlond.! and give VC/KM4, NO" CLItSNt) 1"\Y. ,' I.. lilt .'I .u>;i it would! bo c\ ;,! ace ,
; t' of the be-t lawyers and court I t; '
many To know whit thi
: e are
11 : a splendid: appetite.! They work Your druggist will r-tunJjoor money it of s('r'oi: :s uh'llai I :-.'II.I! .
,!' ., .I officers that the grand jury -ystein wonders in '1 roubles.Female : .\.1 l .' .i.h the ] Lad tj sjoin to be. look .vr the :i\ LOOKS
Kidney ucll.
j I curing !| PA/U 1I1.s rims r ("u. to curl Blug\\orm. ; ..v> '' man \
t Rutterick Pattern !(
If! :tRf\ : of this state H an tXrfll-l\"e luxury Complaints: Nervous Disfies -, etler.Old fleers and Sore, PImples and II i iBlacfctu'Hds ;io ;--i 1 i1:.,it.: 1.::; il I:!' ..1011111 ha.111I1' lit-st of i 4 February -
time cumbersome I Con-tip.ition, Dypep and.Maltrii. the luce, nud all skin aison -, .' | /{ jut received The-e '1i FOR THE BEST
h "tt4.1;; : at the awe being : on "' ':.'I.'UI.-I iil'1i') l'O-t. I i J show
Vigorous health andstrt'uth I II I February pjtterns f1 4
'f. and antiquated. They do not he-lj I ca'5. > cents., i, I jkj !'kin'Ith outside box <' \
follow their -
; ; always u-e. A Cure For Lumbago. <
1-IJ"j : : tate in !saying there is a better and [ Only 50>., guaranteed byV.. A. : Yon want a good fiauo tuner to I i pliit-at thp back, bolero >iP Here it I Is. Call on i'b'; .*

: /fri,, I more up-to-date method iu criminal i i D'Aletnberte 'druggist, 121 south i stay in Pen-acola, still you holdback I'i iI j W. C. Williams: Amherst, Ya.. i] j cket rtJects.lime Norlli fur- ;']* Creary. They are doing thfl',"
, I l and that the old grand Palafox street. : ;oaf-: "For more than a yearI'uCift'rfd rthHdlVtlopmfont; in .-
procedure ---- your order. Send it in. I have from lutnba o. I finally tried : folks, H new lot of KIIS.y. work that can be turned out t1 'I t are

I I' jury system should be di-rhced by We will launder your spreads foi I had 20 ytar,,' experience and have ]!, Chamberlain's: Pain Balm and iti I I fin styles, tuoknl Empires : I prepared to do any kind 'If 4 .iI.

.. something more modern. In as In cents each and make them look 'worked in several piiuo factories: i i gave me entire relief, which all i Il> bloue3 with capes iThey put on Irdu ruliber tin.--. V -,
like uw. Star Laundry.JJzeumatism. I tic. Buttprick pattern tlI i best ru the market, on short i. tice
t much as the state legislature will hhn on'lI [ other remedi had failed to do. : j\\ :
left book
I Orders at store |' Sold by druggists and medicine : I,> enable yon to make! yonr I as they have a full line of rubber
t. the Tallahassee ----------- -- ;
soon, Capital 1
convene i
will be attended to. ''dealers. k) own drf'*''. HuttTick pat- tires in stock.

in a recent number, contained a CHAS.V.. PBE!SLf.\ ; i I ; terns can be relied upon Doe your buggy need uph" :l'tering -

f} :sensible and timely editorial on this - i. Try Gunther'a Candies at for up-to d ,
i subject. Without any attempt to What Is the use of telling the rheumatic If you want a nice present to give i iI Solomon I Their prices, too, are re: -onable. forI
friend, and look the < t I: Fashion Sheets Free at fl I they have to 1l
;o a go through; : ample capital carry
t, that he feels as if hs joints were bting dislocated .
I controvert a single point the Tampa elegant line of suitable articles! at k;jv< J* Jt jt out Pattern Connter(1( a first-class carriage buildius ad

1 Times brushes the matter aside in I J.I.Stephens! you surely can find gudgiu_5. fie Des for QC. repairing bu meas. D' n't fan c>

1 this way: "Tbe Tallahassee Capitaldenounces lie knows that his sufferIngs ar.'ery something to please yon. If you call on them.
I amrh like the tortures <,f the RU'k.M want anything in the Diamond line Hot French Waffles with I! I COE'SBOOISTORE( \ i Scales repaired.
!I. the grand jury asbumbuggery' '
system ton ht tro'.:'t 'u trtOiC Is what will
J permanently I be sure to SPB him before you buy. Florida Cane I i\ .-P1TZEU&t'RFAK\
Syrup at
and wants it abolish I cure bi3 i That at'('. rdlu.; ; to thousands ofHood's graterul! Solomon's. 'I' I 5 \UIrlll'"L.U'OX! : HTIihfcT. <1
) ed. There are other things that testirnoniaL IS I Don't forget to buy the - I (, Phone 57.
need aboli-hmeut worse than the j You house.Ib .:i
Sarsaparilla : baby one of those nice littlt can get your
system. Now, if the ; .
grand jury -- --- .fTtD.A.:
furnished complete at Jlar- - -- c.
Times man will consider the cost of It frviuptly neutralizes: the. acid in the Rocking Chairs from Afar I Hot Chocolate with 3-.tjth,. I I.8K1Y..i4Is.i-:
blond on which the d.scase; dejiends completely ton 5fjttin&s on I ..?
oOt. easy -
his ston Quina's., payments
criminal prosecuiiou-in county, : elimnates: It. and strenstbens thei I, Whipped Cream, at Solo- 3Ift4T]"

I .cd every other county, he will dad i !)ttcm against it j return. TrI Hood's. upwards. \ weekly or nwnthlu I moa's. I! /I&z;'.



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8SV! = = No. OOO8.
w. o. OffEAL Preildeat; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; ;
CUT DOWN L L FOSHEE.Yloe-Preidentj_ ; JOHN PFEIFFEIt, Ant CathUr. fig
T f raj



h \-A -J- S ? r- t-! -- OF PEK8ACOLA. FLA. .
-- W. H. White Jr., was at the Es is
of the United
Designated Depository States.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS cambia this morning leaving at EXTRA MEN STOPPED ,

ACTION OF noon for Citronelle, Ala. Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25,1902. ii : .

Mr. Ed. Senior Jr., of Montgomery ; '

is in the city shaking hands Discounts..... ...... ...... .. ... $142,921.84 Capital Stock ...... .... ......... ...... .... $200.000X0
ILL-FEELING. CITY DUTY.By Overdrafts Becuredand Unsecured....... 24)01.17) Surplus .. .... .... .. .... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00
with old friends and acquaintances. 0. 8. Bonds and Premiums... ...... ...... 213806.87 Undivided Profits..... .. ,... ..... .... .... 5590.4 i4 r

-- tbe court Stocks, securities etc... ...... ...... ...... 2,625.00 Rediscounts....... ........... ... ...... .... 10,287.61: k
Eighteen cases police orders of the mayor, Marshal Furnitareani Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6,718.48 Circulation..... ........ ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00 .
Ambers! and officers of the local this morning: netted the city $75 [. R. Stamps... ...... .... .... ... .... ...... 6582 Deposits ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 461.L04.35 ; f
) ritary; companies: are in an un- There was but one defendant found Credille has laid off all extra men Cash and Exchange...... ...... ... ... ...... 153,943.12 y l a t 1 .

of mind over the recent not guilty. placed on the police force during the ,
) frame !
tl;-rv of the county commissioners J. C. Robertson a widely known holidays and as a direct result the .Total...... .... .... ..... ,... ...... ...... $822,382.30 Total... .. .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... $822,382.80 + ;

) ai in down their bills for gas Birmingham man is at the Mer- two shifts bare been working short This bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit! your patronage and we will give t ;(

) '".arnin" chants today, having arrived yesterday your business prompt courteous and careful attention.
for further become re-
;d rtfU'1 for to the needed expend afternoon. The extra men laid off were John 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.B. ; ,

fyAHola L. M. Rearee, wife and baby of : q' i -
I Hutchins Henry Perkins, John .. f.
trt- Valpariso, Ind and Junius Tyne, of .:
I Hendricks and"Babe" Ward. They FAIRCHILD "f.";, 4,
military boys think they were Laporte Ind., are today's H. -
Xie W. & COw- uG. W. & CO"'ZtY ; t
for I ,
have not performed police duty '
of rG
entitled to a hearing some tourist arrivals. > /d
]leapt ET XX O XJ & T E H. 33 H. ;

:_jrt in the matter and they take J. T. Bonor of Florala and W. H. about a week. 38 EAST ROMANA .STREET. / The Style of a "Dorothy Dodd" tie t+:lr..i"'', & .IU

down" seriously. Ginus of Svea Fla., are important The fact that these men continuedto ) r
"turn ,
,; jr-udJen: aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a th
Bribe board's action all drills fort guests at the Merchants today. They work after the holidays is said to Spec!alt,. !(j LUXURY IN WALKING : 'Hi"-; ""

arrived last night.Dr. have created some discord with the I '
; pre-ent have had to be suspend PhODO 4OS. : 1 JEVER mind what old-fashioned people tell you-Style and 4 a'fi! ,

ed, ::11, u-ual proficiency in the E. P. Rose of Valdosta, Ga., regular force, and for all concernedit ----- ---- :- ------- o Ooinfort (' together in a pair of shoe;. The "Doro Q ,, J j jo

will become somewhat lax. : who is an extensive dealer in was thought best to drop the extra R. K. WHITE thy Dodd" proves it. !!...P. l' I
r..d \ '

T, ,II'| a titter: which should not be hotel this morning. men. Witchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler era uine distinction. The highest praise you can give a shoe is to say oq IJ '. j
The force is now working short.
.)ni I d a' tl.e! present time, for the and Graduate Optician, I "It '
w O'Leva has the "Dorothy Dodd.
The dancing: ; class of Misses Charles Carlin and William Farina=, Style of a ;
is but few rf'rVet
inipnifiit '
"j and I.u.sbingtonvlll meet Tuesday whose election as policemen the It heath PtUfox St.. Penucoli! Fit the "Dorothy Dodd" i 11; the most comfortable shoe ever ;, t i. .
.,t tl and the Pensasola com- I and Friday nights! at Catholic made..You: long to walk for the pleasure of walking. It C .-" I

,. will put up a sorry show un Knights hall. Lessons given free. board deferred are yet on duty. D. --- -- --------- --- holds the foot firmly around the instep and the nnupported 0 ; ,.1! I :

I elected arch ......You escape the "slouchy" gait which conies wtthoin I
at i
the officer
A. Calvin, new "
i .y Ive opportunities of get. Damon Lodge No. 13, h.. of P., J. N. ANDREWS, ( shoes. It gives a new poise to your body in walking. Your car. : '.rut "

I. fine trim. will meet in regular session tonight. the late meeting, is also on duty; I"J riage is more light and graceful. !"I :: '1"t .

I J. A. Duke of Orlando M. T. Pitts who elected with for ,<. '
General Organizer but was 'IC Headquarters
of the cone
.\ n.- u:-? company t:: Just Try One Pair. They Cost $3.00. ': f'I I )
hdJ in- will be present and deliver an Calvin, could not come up to the required -
c. ': '* will be shortly to SEWING MACHINES.REAL .
address. o
I medical examination and ?
a... ;.r-ti' piano to get drilling quart o
Sam Reynold?, white, sent up for Charles '... : ,
rA d ty for this meeting;, has n"ty I' was therefore rejected. ESTATE AND RENTAL ACENT \
three months for deserting
an ,
but it is being arranged Clark another man elected, refuses .
'iet. American vessel, finished his termyesterday i !
a I'aladiT "freer.
1:1 u'h I "
to serve, giving as his reason that
absouti !
MI' 'try cnnp.iuies are and left the county jail avery 1 -- '- -- -- --- t> .

iti," in some quarters: and are happy man. :: he had a good job now. .; ti.

very ii> '(: things to be available in The friends of J. Albert Johnson !i Finds Way iq Live Lang. BEGAN AN o. 0 a '' .*

fvi "?f ri".ni'" '. However a danger will be pleased; to learn that he is'' The startling announcement of a I

t-M-t; teat the local companies will I slowly improving from a serious Discovery that will surely lengthenlife IMPORTANT SUIT

stomach trouble, at his home on East t1 ij i'
is made Editor 0. H. Downeyof
of by
a.; dl'battd in ca->e the matter I -- GREEN ATSON&
Government street. light is not changed.: Churubusco, Ind. "I wish to The Southern States Lumber Company W CO. IrLG
"that Dr.
A voyage of four months and two state he write, King'sNew ,
Kv'-ry j'f** metre in the drilling days was what was recorded at the Discovery for Consumption is through Blount Blount this f

!'an i.ailr-n cut off the board: foll. barge cilice yesterday after the Italian 'I the most infallible remedy that I morning filed a suit against MartinH. w. & coTrrTG. W & co p.e.Ne.ese..o.rN.NNeN1MNe.efNe.4lNeN.86-'' ,

.>vuii,' *tartly! a decision that thee bark Murinin had been boarded have ever known for Coughs Colds Sullivan to quiet a title to a large ,.

rtate institutions. by the o lcial,;. and Grip. It's invaluable to people
:!h au i>
tract of land in Escambia county. +
: 1s .
--- with weak lungs. Having this won- J. ,
xiiiL'rr- aadl'uhlirpvaLcrywill! find The steamship August Belmont derful medicine no one need dread The suit was made one at common .

1'1 o:- t .. .. : .; Con-umptiou an ed cleared several days since and sail- Pneumonia or Consumption. Its" W relief law and is said! to be a very important i SACRIFICE SALE i.Ii .' -
,, Sunday: afterncon for Tampicowith is instant and cure certain.
.f : ..ll ',: r Ir-cues. nearly C 000 tons of coal. This A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Palafox one. Papers! were filed with the
street, guarantees every 60c. aud $l.W circuit clerk this S OF'i
not the steamer's full morning.
I was carrying bottle and give trial bottles free. --- -- Ii I ;
I capacity.
Of BEEF - --
TON TO CL'lttt A (fOLl IN ON f'; I>.\Y B-crGGIES I

I The Norwegian' steamer Hydra, THE PE-RU-NA ALMANAC. Take Laxative Rmmo Quinine Tablets

: which came in here with a full cargo i I Jtrtl' f. 011 every .
1H1En I bux, Joe.TtiUsUnature. D II inr'NT/ .
\ : of iron pyrites had several pack- The druggists; have already been I : ....AT 'T"U'1 He.".... I
iges of Christmas pre;; nt; from Nor- supplied with Peruna almanac- !

vay fur, sailors and Norwegian Tnere i is sure to be a great demand i 9Fadfiin's, fie ZBest far $ .

Tv!'. '.. ..' liii:. li- I I'":an) iI j I"i.fII people: in this place. I for the-e almanacs on account of I BEERS; CARRIAGE REPOSITORY I II jI I

; WMtir The fact that mo-t diseases ariefrom
I contain. The subject of astrology is I t
ci"i';>ti"H iV the board .f.t'Jlh I or low condition of
an impure i a very attractive one to most people. : : : have accepted a position as general manager: of the *xti :,-iv., U
Uain and
o '! !t- in I \\'tfi !II. iletro.ixl.T I the blood I Is fully proven by Hood's The articles on astrology in the I Wednesday KoKhCA fresh uorthfttht- wind tonight", .. buine-s Win. Johll-"" & Nun and MUST close pat my enure si
stock of Vehicles before February 1. If this/ JtJ
i ,- ""I" it.vas the property; of Sarsapanlla.W: Peruna almanac have been fur- J you want a Bogey! H
i thpOFFOUrUXITYOFA LIFEtIME to buy one at your ownS .
ti.tin li"I"! ( ill/: tlir :Kn>c> r. It was 11 D CEMENT: a nihed by a very competent astrologist -I Temperature in Last 24 Hours:' price. I have a very fine assortment, aud the first comers will get

$2.oO per: b-trrel.! A. V. CLr'ill,, and the mental characteristicsof Maximum.. .V.,1eer. (>e : the choicest bargain .
1' .j t 1:1: I'M-' (" Id dtort e at the Corner Hru and Garden Streets. 'I !Minimum............. ..._......... tljegreesTemperature I ; Ke pectfully Ui1). USIHUS.:
each sign is given constituting ti :::.=
Up I' I I.WniJi- bu: an accident -- s )
i almost a complete horoscope. A list I Elsewhere :
t .. :si-i: .1, I'll ry -init tl the temp ; DIRECTORY WORK/ of questions and answers on astrology -I : ........*..0.a......4..........C)4.t4..0' 0.0.O.04ft4SC
:Min. Max'
," ii < uiil rn.:.:ri'ii. d ill"m.tb. -
ti. I free There
sent request. _....
upon I .
Atlanta K:! 41 .
., 1 Bismarck ... 01 4. '.'._..._..--...._. ._ ...__ ..__ ..-.'',.-- .,'. .
'I n. t iiii" I. will be great: rush for these books. -_- W.W W "_- _- W:_.i VJ,W.. w:bid,, ,
HAS BEEN FINISHEDMr. (blcaK" ..... .............. ....... Iv :1'4l'wcIDn,1I l -
II .lll'l! ,tifled the I Ask your druggist for one early before .................... ......... h :! tOaiVf8ton
( fl.y u. com- .......... .......... 4$ 52:
'I they are all gone. Huron ..... ............._... If! so
I" I 'riIdDott4'': : the bl-"', '.hJ -- -- Jacksonville..........-- .... .. W I ifl E t GREAT GIiEARflflGE SflbE J 1]
I ..__..
I Kansas l.lIy 212s 41
I. fir H. H. Sherwood of New Century Comfort.
I i r> 'ii'H-r 1 1l'hur.IIput.. manager Key Wt'.t ..... "r.1".._...."r'M 74 '
,. _. ...... _. .... ........
II ) \.althl! Millions world Memphis 44
it abddt2II. daily finding a
i; the Wigin? Dirtctory Company are ;Mobile ..._ ........__?_...... ........ 8s h; (Eit l ( )J Jy
T .1! nfiiiv.if fit cold! to'jsre and ; of comfort in IJucklen's Arnica Montgomery ............--n Bi ;! ..AT... ;IJllilliam
i ha completed his labors here New orlenua.._....... .._....... u 5i
I t i.; ii\ I- i'I! !'Lili! I Ihit! and 1 the i Salve It kills pain from Burns, I'W.orlr.._.._ ..... ..... ..... .... 10 SI rh iI
f ''I" ;., :i .frt.t there! hv the leaves tomorrow morning for Jack '. t5c.ldCuts, Bruises conquers savannah ........._........._ X4 41HI. ): (I)
; Louis" .._.... .... ... :24 SH 1 I )
','. sonville where a directory of that Ulcers and Fever Sores ; cures Eruptions l l loljnson & Ion.

city, which H now under headway. ,I I Bait! Rheum, Boils and Felons ;; THE'MARKETS.. fly.:l IIII :'

will be complettd. removes Corns and Wart Best .

Hate andRnWs Mr. Sherwood expressed himselfa I Pile cure on earth. Only 25c.; at W. jSV MI

I A. D'Alemberte's drug store 121 COTTON REPORT. wf
well pleased: with the asistaneehe I i?
South Palafox street. FOR TEN DAYS:
has had from the people and -- I !;j )
Disease '. : f )
t, Ooldring's No. 3 saloon at the Reported for TIlE NEWS by D.l. i t:1! .
promises them a complete and up-to- its I Lowe Co. : .'* .< WILL CONTINUE TO DISPOSE OF .< . Union depot since openinghas I.t
date city directory. noted the to find fpots. i
become as place I
Inl'j ---- Good Middling.. .... .. .. .. ....8 1.2 WINTER UNDERWEAR CLOAKS SUITS AND SKIRTS .m;
I IM-Anrd Shops the best and purest brands of liquorsto ,

c: (!ie San Frunti. .;o Cnll.e STOLE AND :. receive be found polite in attention the city.and You be made will Strict;Middling:\liddlinA'.S.. .... ...... ... .. .. ..s. M 3-h (Iii!) DRESS GOODS, VELVETS, SILKS, MILLINERY, ETC. f[ij Jj! .

I Strict Low Middling. .. .... ..8 3.iG

.'''Doerlrd1111 the bus! BURNED CLOTHING welcome. Low Middling.. .... ..... .. .. .7 7-S l l i -- (t:>

I 'till' San Francisco Cull! : The finest tine of sterling silver I Tone Steady. _:':. Prices Will Be Made That You Cannot Resist .::> tx35

I -- roods\ and silver ntrelties is to be ruiur.Ks.;
(:{ .. f:'j)
d to bate been cured oft I found at J. I. rttephem'. Prices to January ...... ...... .. .. ..... .. ..S.7I -- -- - {
Lpvi Jones, colored was brought ."
,leaeA aIL : May. .... .. .... ..... . .. .. ..8.77! j '; tlrw Skirts at One-Third Ol! Regular! I'ricp1 r '
from Cottage! Hill yesterday by Constable ( ) tJ)
.! 1 was', d1a""t"' NAVAL HlUUi-3 UAUUI.1.Opr.ried ; 4S,.; Jackets for Ladies and Children! ''j Jif Regular Price. l' T
ir msur.incp, r.I'la1 Smith a grand larceny .
I r' vsiriun tuft n.e I hau on WHY NOT THE BEST 7TrjE .f2J I I':: 1X) Fair Ladlt'' tJril1 Heel Sh'llat.. . .. .. ....C.'.: pair ;:' ,

I .'. i.'u Wasri!I.> physician ID sh pe. commitment..... Jones stole a lot of I flatly for The Neo... IJ I |ti:jj J, 1W) Pair Ladie HPt'ltd Shoe. Pat. Tip at. . .. ... .Trfc pair M t'
',.' 'r coLtirm lie toots clothing; near Cottage Hill and Union Naval *toreg Co. -*., W Pair Children'Shoes, at t9c, worth regular 7oc and f'l (Of) ;*: ;
: 1 bud iln'MM'd fruit
W.INI very eras. A ucighI he in dangerof >> MERCNTS>> II f.OHIX.tfW : 1 .,,1//
wht'1I1e thought was .._ ._.. .
'l!ton COlt'I"MIn,1 ......_ ...' ""._..._. .-'. ......-.-, ._. .
I ___.......II :?!II H-_ tsa5u -- -- -- -- -.,!-- !-- .... -- .-- _- ... _- .,.:::CJ! '
i..u" 'onI I a to as talc jx.rfwtly it?! well arrest he made a tonfire of the '( __......... ..... w u._ .. ........ ...... 1 **'i '

i''...a, then ti-st fur Mimr! stolen apparel. Several complete TRnNsFER GO. I t355 K _..... .. ...__ 1 jll1M.
I i.'i- l uornial I Tiny ......... _. .... 335 E._. .._ 1I *5C I :
I .ri"-iM,,'tfs>was at ICy incurable rrrotery fol uits of clothes are said to have been I I ____ 2II\ ) D. ._. ......1 tt I D. HALE WILSON, ; 4

..t tier rnre.! stolen, : Having! been awarded the contractfor ;t L-.........__ :i 40 C& below...__ 1 65
I .1 ny trtend \V111ltm: :Stan the U. S. Mail between
:'.' I tor of MiX'kton: about PIIUTI T11J1PK'fTIIIK-&>.
,. It i the L. k N. Depot and Post office, I
bid' u< about to 1V" nil tilt Real Estate and Rental
..ii'.tn.1 HI* cm tht-fauiB re- THE MASONIC 1 and al-o the exclusive baggage: privilege -: EXPOSURE to a sudden climatic Agent
f" \ welt a hen killed a year 01 on all trams entering the city ,
change; produces cold in the head
It. '0' we are prepared to transfer baggage \
I i M follow. Provided 1:1' South l'aJafotrk't,
and catarrh apt to
tt a-n Hawkins! of the Custon and passengers,; to and from all hotels
n'.+ :. HuMiaril of the b.rl..etlne GRAND LODGE with Ely's Cream Balm you are
f.. residences and trains, day or TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENSCOLA, nOR'DI.'
: o hfarlait had Price
... they dlalltte" I armed against Nasal Catarrh.
a- cur.'d. 1 alvo told a n'ia.h. night.Proipt&BelialileSerTiceGnaraiteci. __ __ _
cents at Druggists or El:v Brothers, c
i'sy In. month it ,.ustUm'fv ,,50 : /
,il'.ect: a'.l: Ire told. ;156 Warren Street New York, will DR. F. E BRUCE
ii m any case! The Florida Grand Lodge F. & A. I mail it. The Balm cures without
III... a positive cure in Hricht'1 I We also conduct a Freight Delivery does not irritate or eau,e Has
II ah! 'tes Joorer and see Havt- M. convened in Jacksonville today pain returned and resumed practice.
k wli u tell:you the same thing. Business-haul pianos, safes, I sneezing. It tpreacU itself over an
with a bj! attendance. Delegates I machinery and furniture at Reasonable irritated and angry surface, relieving Office 2'.!'$ stGovernment ,r=t.,

.w ''-s agree that r"ht's ntspa" from PtLacoia: lodges were as follows Prices. I ; hnine:jiately the painful inflammation Soli! -bury Building.Tolcphono .
'." ar, .:.ncurable. but 9: per-eut. are I Telephone your orders to F. R. cleanses and cure=. Cream
i' n; under the i'ulina
J.'rros of kiiloey rnm- I' : :, Pou's Livery Stables; Phone 31, or Balm quickly cures: the cold. !'RrtiStic rh0t09 aph8' 14t.
.. .
.. -. .I) I'rlc.Jl f.r the :Mrs H. H.: Hallmark's, R"|dente I-
,'d ll.Sii fur the !lh..h-nt. cambia No.W D'C. Kees- 9 i
.1 1 t'ulton Ci\ Wi MoattiiimHANNAH I Phone Sol. Strf'f.t.I' I Why pay fancy prices f'-r f Jrni.I -
OR EXCHANCE. Jtnlnfll\
TO SELL t-'Ol4! S. : ,
.,.l... a, """mt.mnd"r. l ler:: J. E. Watson and Val H. : ,
CO. ture and home furnihin'goncH
: ......Sr.. pan ts. Uwcrlrttve! I Wright. ; Wanted, to sell or exchange for Hot French Waffles with I when Mmiwfthfr. n' PI South: .1 f

I PeusacolaNo.42-B.: : C. Tunioa MRS. H. H. HALLMARK, Prop. I hnre and bazay; a second: nand Tarraon'i-tr'--1. wiM' { ...-'I! what t
Florida Cane Syrup attiolomou.s. you 'i
nr.o ., Cha=. McK.[ Oertin: and Bruce d.11'rrks. HARRY HALLMARK Transfer Agt., I pool table in good condit 1u. Address I' : i
., Hex 44. :20J35: you want 1It yuiosa pne. 1
1 A':< sfdr Pensacl.: i l L. 4 N,B. K. Co.,!'.ana V.4 .0\.. VIo& \. I :



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: TUEINFORMER- r- A.e 3-vC.: .v-ery

.IF [Original] \\\\t r i I (SUCCESSOR TO AVERY % WOOLFOLK)

In one of the South American republics IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

where revolutions are the rule I

.r. rather than the exception, the president HARDWARE

sat behind a mahogany disk. Before :- ,

him stood a man with a hook nose, t: t
.... Iron, Xail*. Axe*. Shovtl Is, Saw Mill and teHIh\tt
figure. i organs of the body is a Window Glass, Gun: Pistols! and Fi-hin Tucki
link in the chain of life.
Will" said the president "tell me !
A chain is no stronger Agate and Tinware aim tlotisefunushiji0.i> ;,
I about this conspiracy. ;1 than its weakest link, !

"Fir t. your excellency, I desire to 'I the body no stronger ? ,(AGEX8FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL l'm.IP.XYRevere

4k come to some agreement with regardto than its weakest organ.If I' Giant Stitched Belting Northampton Em! TV
1 there is weakness of Wheel Co., Ltftin & Rind Powder Co., J<,hu on'K ii-
my own treatment. I wish to be I heart or lungs, liver or -+ somine, Iron King; and Buck Stoves and RUIJTWin

surprised with the rest, tried with the j kidneys, there is a weak I Couos & ,'0.8' Raw Hide Lace Leather M usury s

rest and exfcuted with the rest." I link in the chain of life Made Railroad Colors.

"Executed.:"' ; which may snap at any Masonic Temuio.
I time. Often this so- Pcn-amla. Fl \,
"Yes. I must po through all the LI.
alled "weakness" is
forms or they will suspect I have betrayed I' -,
II caused by lack of nutrition -
them.: I the result of diseaseof F SAMUEL CHARLES
I *'I understand. Ho on." I the stomach and other .,.j ,

"The plan is to ask an Interview I organs of digestion and

with 3)u in order to submit certain I 1 nutntion. Diseases o f 'l !tl 1 HDDT AND SHE MAKER

proposal rt'1'orms-rpform that are Im- the stomach and its allied ; ,

). practicable. I'roiu amicable discussion: i organs are cured by the U REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

e they will come to words and use of Dr. Piece'sGol< en ..
angry Medical [ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoe, Leather:
then they will'rush UJHI'I you and murder Discovery. 1- "
When the diseased
you." 'PHO.NK 514. !07 SOl'Tll PAh\iO'rluiT.; .
is cured, diseases of ,
The prr-Mont winced. The j,hn wa other organs which seem -

; not iriiiko that lyhiih he had removed I remote from the stomach

!.'.<. l''I'lI\'I"r. I but which have their WICI< E & CO.
diseased condition of the
t-. "Th'll I i in a

''TLn !<.&;., r.crtndii will; be pmel.ilin-I stomach and other organs of digestionand

of whose cd )'rsicot""Iurtado'? nutrition are cured also."I Plumber Gas and Steam

Ilughson, Chicago, taking wa Peeler* in poor Tierce health m when r.iclDes.wntM: I commenced! Mr. Fitter

letter follows is nno'her in high'' -Vf; Is:<:rl:1uo." I fclnur Law'er, of Volga! Jeffen!On Co., Ind. "I ,
woman had stomach, kidney, heart and lung trouble
".\l d what are yon expecting to redhe : Was not able to do any work I had a severe So. South Pnlafox Street
her health the of for this revelation : cou jh and hemorrhage the lungs but cart
I position who owes to use "I K' that tn'our (,XCI IIrllr.." i i gun u-inn in your strength medicine and flesh a while and I stopped commenced coighinpr to- All Kinds OL Plumbing and floe Fitting; Materials Kept on Hal

E. Pinkham's Compound.i "Very well.\ I will take tare <.I yon." i right: awav Took stout S1S bottles of "ViPrrU/4V V .na e a.N1I A "'J
Lydia Vegetable Golden Medical D-overy' I f like a dtif-T-
A week later a deputation of citizens : tnt person. I glade recommend vour medicine: -

i is "DE\1: Mir;. PINKHVM :-I suffered: for several years-with general I waited tin the president' to propose certain to all sufferers for I know cured me*

weakness: and Lc rill-tlt\\1lII; 1L', cawed: l>y voiub trouWc. .:\Iyawe.' > : rl'furm"mou:? them was the'' The use of Dr. I'ierce's Pleasant Pellets

Mould lie awake for hours and could not sleep 1 admitted] to the : will cure that foul breath. .WILL MOYER'S.
t tito was fitful, and 1 "1'" hoy were presence .

t'. ; until I seemed more weary in the inclining than \\1i&'ii I retired. After I of his excellency who sat behind I

{ reading one of your advcrtb-t-nu-nts I decided to try the merits of I.jclia the: very desk at which ho had reeehed I
shock of fright; ne was conducted ta
': riukhum's Vegetable ConiiKnnicl, and I an so glad I did. 2s"o; one the information the intention of the I WEST SIDE GROCERY
can describe tho goo it did me. 1 took time bottles, faithfully, and conspirators. They began In a wry !

1, besides buildin up my general health, it drove all disease and poisonour. respectful tone to ur e their plans, and ; the cxecutUe,pointing to
i his desk "is
a bag standing on
;: i of my body, and made me feel as spry' and active: as a young guL i the president quietly showed them why HAS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH; LOT HUPl'LY OF
In Since have not died :
gold. you you
claimed to be.-
airs Pmkham'3 medicines are certainly all they are I they were impracticable, whereuponthey
'' tt MRS. 3L E. HCGIISO.V, 347 East Ohio St., Chicago, IlL i i3Irs. !I pretended to be unconvinced and may appropriate It yourself. It Is the Fish Roe, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, Barrel Olives,

) .1 r Pinkham Tells How Ordinary Tasks Troduco Displacements. I I clamored for their acceptance. The reward found within of your the treachery.limits of the If republic you are I Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and Everything

t Apparently trifling incidents in woman's daily life frequently produce ,,, din growing apace, the president touched tomorrow, a bull*cartridge will finishyour !: I II Kept in a First-Class Grocery
a displacements of the womb. A slip on the stairs, lifting during menstruation, (I a bell on his desk and several doorsconununicating I I ,
4 bt'wingmnchne, or attending to the most I with the career.
t standing at a counter, running a : room opened.and '
i The conspa-ators knew well that one FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR SPECLILOCUASIONS: .
: ordinary tasks may result in displacement, and train of serious evils is started. I: in a second it was full of armed 'I
{ The first indication of such trouble should be the signal for quick action. of their number had g'nen up their plot

t ,, Don't let the condition become chrouic through neglect or a mistaken idea I I mm.The president had not stipulatedwith 1, and rightly: judged that he was the A Car Lad d of M Justly CP1e ited Majestic Flour Jas! Received

: that you can overcome it by exercise or leaving it alone. coward of their ring. When therefore,
More than a million women have regained health by.the use of Lydia E. i the informer fur e\'UKnetMijrht: i they saw the spy fall after the mort ,
PLnkhum'.s was riht in the republic, :111,). being J. A- VAN PELT. J c. VAN PELT.
Vegetable Compound. I (execution they decided! that he was i
!I If tho slightest trouble appear vhkli jou do not understand hinisdf conUnccd of. the guilt of thl'tlqllltati.lI the Judas. From the moment they:

I-1 t write to .Mrs. I'iiikliaiu, at Lynn, :Ittalor! her adticr, and a few \. hl'l1..h'r...] than out to be were at liberty they kept a watch 01. ,I VAN PELT BROTH ERS

i.! k timely worth from her will ,xiiow! jou the right: thing to do. This shot without even a pretense tel:1. trial. his! 11101'fiut'iiK' and when he started to i ,
t t advice costs! you nothing,but it may mean life or happiness or both. But before the execution he directed
lea\e the republic! one of their manlier i GARDEN STREET GROCERS
i that the informer lie conducted to hispleseuee. ,
Mrs. Lelah Stowell, Wellington ,, fIIIowl-l hii.i.
i The next ay the chief of the con i Have llt-ce-ive-d Since the Holidays a Fresh' Line of
l" 1a St., Kingston, Ont., writes : "Ytiiir reward," he said, "will have ; !'\,iraC'UI'l njion the president: and'

fi UEAU) 31 u:<;. PIXKIUfYou are indeed a t
1. ., godsend, : to "vointn and if they all knew what name thiin: "\\'.j respect your i':wHeney," b

art JOH iiitiM do f'>r them, there would l in it to IaeY'"You I Fruits, Nuts, and all the Dclicacacics of the Season.Our .
# i of th-ir draggiiiir out inferable lues agony. informer' but since! jour magnanimous

' 'I siitleivd for yeais vithltaring-down: pains, t'specially! tipulltl'lthat\ youwwo I trcatimnt of us we- do not e-are to see Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting tit

I vonih, trou'.ili1! iuTVou ncs: !,and exciuti.iting headache to bo shot with the n'>ot. i tort rllll!)!',!. The man to whom you I II

but, a few Mottles of Lydia I:. I'inkliam's "I'.ut. palm" "this was to be merelya I gaie that bag will not ne...l it. I have i Best, Freshest and Cheapest.

1' Vegetable Compound made life look a pretense. the honor senor, to bid )"IllIlOtltl morn I'

J new awl promising to me. I am light and I "Then why did; you not say so?" ill;." KVEKETT 1'. MUOKUjfudng's VAN PELT BROTHERS

l\ happy, and I do not know what sickness "I .supposed" your excellency understood. ,

' K, and I now enjoy the lest of health." TELEPHONE NO. 231. .+1&1&1& 31 EAST GARDEN :tiThe ; .
I.) did F.! iMnkliam's Vegetetbloo I tltlllns: understood with an informer. the 3rsor 5c. I i

-, Compound can always be relied upon to restore I a spv.; Had I been oblictd to ;, iI

+ w health t women who thus suffer. It is a sovereign:! cure for t I grant: your terms I doubt if I should 1 I

w t the worst form-> of female complaints: -that 1I'arinJo"n feeling: weak have availed myself of your informa !
1t e back, falling and tltepliuvment of the womb inflammation of the ovaries and tion." : OPERA HOUSEONE Star Laundry

all troubles vf the utru or uomli. It i.h..s-> and f'xp.-lf tumors from the " 1 not f-aMtl pill frcm mur- I .... ,
e, } : utl'ru'in the early stage of t'evt l,'pme'nt, and chef-ks any te-ndonoy to ('nnrOUi dorV"

I, humors. It snlxluei excitability, nervous prostration, and tones vp the NIOHT ONLY, Busiest Best I
5 "rlllwl fur jraiu. The others acted Biggest
eif in the world and : JON 21
ii the ,
a T : entire female system. Its record cures greatest: I WIDMSDAY: \
1 partly for what they considered! the .
'i>ul I s welfare of the public. Come; name
i i 1'' R:rE IT if w" <'riot' forthwith |ir<>tho Mi.inall.'ttpn unit signatures of I
l'toe.a.mwishMauch.illpn, "" th"-ir ah..ilut erniiiiM'inLtli.i << the person or persons to whom the! reward "
K.: 1'iukhiiui ('o., Ll1u, Ma.... : of your perfidy shall be paid.': 1,i -NEW, ELEGANTEXTRAORDINARY -@: ( 1 They S Speak

; tv "1 have no Loirs. 1 11Il1.l"rl' jou""Hu.ird '

.T '1' .: :" calkil the president and
t The rrTtint PrNheul"t New.Miuh' AND'PLAYERS ;
. PLAYS the iiinn was takt-n away.At I .
i .i of hi.U'i-lioIcl: 1,1:1II:1I'UlI'nt, : :
: fop f ThfioselveslWelettueSbirKCoILiM!
; the
sunrise next morning the conspirators I
I i' t will 1'ar.1 i \.uli s... tVi'Uo.i that in l-*'t\\ Herbert (:n' -IIlIl1 is to lie the stage '1'It'.l into the 3.
\\( jailjard COMPANY.
+ t :IIIY11' 'Io! c1. :.>o noxv to liet-ciu'iilaiiM'il! manager: :; of the")Ir. Clue Heard" company. I :111.1latl 1 with their Lacksagaiust

t' t't I of \\cr-- ii-ti'.K'l\! : iii-ojniizi-d.: Some ur 1 I
: : a wall. Tbl'Ft. <>tl ten feet I ,r
i + the n. MI- I'aro1:1:1': : \\licli:: \\rrc1 1111im I I I Everything Entirely New and Up-
t I1J'i '
; into
i:>tll Mortinur i N going \:\ apart, and 11'1"oiICI'h man was a II and Culls we Launder peak for
t'il : UfittUui.UHII Ufgooey : I to-Date this 8eaon.
> I'.V a c-otio
!! > with :i .ski-tell Nltilll..1'toJ or
1 < soldier! with a ritlo. The signals woregiu't1 t themselves. They will hilt louderthan
fur loavinir -
; fcatnu.trt.rt a penny 1
I .. 1'av. to aim and to fire. ,\ report SEE THE FINEST :MINSTREL t: 1' I we can. We'want to be judged,
missing \\-
a < praises I
aHKII. '
; ('Uarl s P. Pidgin cf P.oston has copyrtgllttd : rune from entry pun. Some of the PARADE ON EARTH. j.. the work do than by
I iii;: \ln-J-1 unijio! after S ijtivsunuWya. < I I Iltas.e'tt" more by we
< iul colts Could only have fII.1 what we say..
a. :
1.11.1. I the tire; some swajed. but recovered Heats; on Kale at Coe's Bookstore. I
.f 1f lowers at the r::tl' cif I a IH.UJIJlino fur> i I _
I'.iKtMi: i Is the only city in New Kng-; themselves without falling: and one,

it 1 each have uiit1.then A existed c'urion. that cu>entree toin M-OIIII to theY t>) land in which! Mr>.. Carter will play I, the spy, fell on his far lie was carried PRICES-25, 50, 75c annd $1.00 ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called for and Delivered Frcc

Then the officer III command
tills raven. away.
44 house! was iluilitl; during the f-ituily I TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
? It cost Mrs. Cohort Oshor1$1INWl totrain read a coiumunication from the .MONDAY NICHT JAN. 26.
aLrt":1I'b ... ...
1 meals and as tie! I'IIILfor allowing; ,
j [' II ; al c'xpt-rit'nce us a theatrical uiauaser ,, president: staling that they had been I I WALKER INGRAHAM
of this: cu>tom was hoary it maybe I Ir Manager.
n j in New Turk city.JoMphine i I puui"hl'll-pullishl'll will blank cartridges ,
I ;
I'rl'oIl:1Jt'll that the sin was
; -and what they had endured CREATORE .
''Rol ; Hall has bobbed once more I I
.4 } showed them to be
without flinching
tf I to tho front as a musical star. appearing ,
,, i'1y Inking >o Cba...."*. : in the title role of "Miss Knicker 'I brave men. If they would hereafter I IS COMING TIME TABLE.

t i "Now. l'ftt.Iil'o! ; and kiss your little I baker:' administration; I

', ; 4 swcfthoart and wake it up." said Tri'd, I Ii .\,,a Lee \Villanl: has been engaged bylllail' ,glad: ; not they 1 DIRECT FROM I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
: I wI'recome! to seek homes in other
t Uiu's mother.i Frohuian as leading man In IN EFFECT DECEMBER I, IWJl
I ,Ol'tt ." lands. 100 NICHTS ON BROADWAY I
\ >. \\ siiplMiit of I'ortha C'Jallar.d In "Notre .
., oil her how moth lon : Every one of those who had manfully -
h4 i' :; an New Orleans and Mobile.
where he New York Music fad
: stood the terrible test gave in his i set ,,
i j fcerand IowIrr) you are.No. Mr. IVrnard Shaw says te Is writinga ; I. was the talk of the town and a : -,- --

1 ; r awl. 1'a says he pot into a i: new play which deals with a descendant adherence to the existing government craze: all summer, and the No,6 :'100... SO,2. 1"0,8, I l'iO.I. No,..
trwuli of promise case l>y tailing a girl !i lit lilln Juan and introduces Satan When the spy jeco\ered from the i sensation of Boston for a 7:15 a 1TiSm: 11:116 p Leave Pt'Dlacola _Arrive 6:00 a Cm: p 8:00 p
I N:50 a !:!7 p 1:111 a L"ave_ nomaton._ van !:S5 a 2:80 p T49
4 I
That and had to marry the old tllill:: as a character.A series of Concert at 11:00 a.*! p 1:55 a L..ave._ Mobile ,_._ Leave 12l8n'tl U:15 n 6t.C1 P

Ci' 1 won't run any risks, 1 \\oii't."-Ixudou I'I rendering: into modern Greek: by :\1.8tratlls j I CUKW NOTICE 1 Symphony Hall ..._ __" If.ip 1.Ia. Leave New Orleans.. Leave _N:u..p_J1 J : 5..!. _
and his
'Y' Tit-I5its. ; ofh Midsummer Night's I ............,.. - - North.
j ---
i : roaui' has been received: with euthu- NEITHER the captain owners I
+ A Modern Ananlan.Mrs. .
'l Italian Band I
t !>it"UI Athens.. II nor COn IIDl'el of tbe So. 1. No. 4. No.1 No. I.
Ii 1 wonder It I
Xlatelaud-lloury. Nor bark DovreUl be
Leave Pen.aeola.Arrve '
ii it:055pm 11:15pm 4:>op m 6:00am
l'l'nllkI'KI'I': who has been threatened for debts
responsible con-
you toys tiles much as you used to I 8:1\ am 6:57p m Arrive. Montgomery _l lArrlve I.eave 11:15a m 9uapta
tI tracted tbe of mid vessel. THE SENSATION OF THE CENTURY
I by crew _
I mariii'J.' You with appendicitis. Is greatly improved I i I 11:6* am g'Jipm llmIDllbalDLene 8.83am7i5 4U6pm
lure me U-foro we were U.LARS EN.
1 t i'I never say the pretty things; to me that and all danger; of that diseaseis w. 8. Kpyser.t Co. Captain huh I PRICES-SOc 75c and $1.00. 715pin 1:5): a m 8.10.II:" a m m Arrive ArrlveNaabvdee-Leave_..Lont Yille _,..Lea" Vm !:. 111I
( said be : Consignee. 1Oam 11:54 ArTlvelncIDDat1Lea.e
to 1'I""I'liIII. am 8lJIpm 11:16pm
a 1 you did In those days. Seats on Sale at Coe's Bonk Store,I', 7:3) a m 1:30pm i 1 Arnv...t.ooll..L."vl_ lJ\pm Mpm_ '
1 Sir. 1l1dmJ-Tbat's because I love I NEITH F.R the captain ownenI Jan. !
Commencing Tuesday, 20.
i. jou more than 1 did then di-ar. 1 love Maxim. dj nor consignee or the Nor PEN: ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
well be the safe ship M"rvla will bll responsible
N "It's always to on
j. }'ou tat much now to lie to you, you 1 for debts contracted by tae ONLY ONE :NIGHT
t.uow.-HoSIIIU Transcript. !'?111-.,," mu-ed the burglar, with a glow I( crew of laid vestel. No. Si-Dally No &-DaUYI j No atop where time not ibowa So. J-Dally i NoLa11r

of satisfaction, as he crawled Into the t B: K.SOHESSEN.
', W. S. Kejttr Co. Captain. ll68 pm 7:00 a m tLfan._" .._ArrlveMall 10.50 p m 6.80 p m
t \Vn I'cononilrallr Inrllnril.Wantanuo bank through;; the opening lu the wall.- : Consignee ld J It i 11:1S nignl 7tl" lR>nemla>_ 1':117" ICII'
j 23.
Friday January '
New York ."-. I 11:30 r:1G" Ynlettra. 10:34" 4-01
i -And is your friend strong i 11SS" 7:18 n _ElcamblA_ 10:112" 6:61"
known i I 11:115": 1:25": __ ; 10:3 It 6.s '
[n the faculty as "savins: common ,
___ I. ..
attending a spiritualisticseance CHOICESTI 11:811" rtI": Harp __ 10:21" &: )
I sense":" Any person : Mr. Tim 12:50" 7:% ._O,HCUy_ 10:16" 6:27"
+I l>uzno-Uemarkably so.Vhen it la Ikihemia: is liable to a fine of' I Murphy 11,M I Tad .. _.M Milton 10:10" IJ "
HI!. 1X! > am. ", Good RaDII tJAiM "
conies to savin-j; ix minou Sense, he is a 1:65" Iii N __ Holtl_ .... .. 9M '
or- Hi
N 4 regular mi!:or. 1 never knew him to Presenting Greatest 7:20 SaI'. ._.,.Milligaa ___. .. 8:: :I" .:11 :
Look Out for Fevrr. f FRUITS AND CONFCTIONERI [ l lAT Comedy bucces 2:33" 8:118 ____CteitTlew____ ':1. 4aA
use a particle( of it in my life.Haiti- Biliousness and liver disordes tar. 1:00" IM": _I) eer Land___ 8:56" IJM :
8fO" (.16
more American 8j3" 8:10" Moray Head_
this season may be prevented by "Old Innocence. .:08" ':86" .DeFunlakSpring. 8:111" : 2:" :
.. 111
I 4:18" I:" Argyll 1:
If you argue with a fool, he will get cleansing the system with DeW itt's 4.0' (:67 _Ponce- lit Leo1L7:8"'- : I j 2:11.
C. APOSTLE'S 6:00" 10:10. __WettTiileCarTTlile__ r:11" IM.w
the best of you Theories in tbe handsof Little Early Risers.:: These famous! I 1eM" 10:15' __ ':12" l:4K:

a fool are always stronger than facts little pills do not gripe. They move i Social Scenery Strong Cast 1.81" IOaI. _Bonlfay_ .. 1.56" Itf.: .
; U 1 East Giiemsil St. 1:00" 10.1" Cblpley .._ 1:81" ION
In the hands of a man of sense.-\tcW. the bowels gently: but copiously, and I 1 INCLCDISGMISS GSJ 11:0'7" _- Cotlondala?- _._ .:111 : 1JW Lora

son Globe. by reason of the tonic properties, Formerly Cordova ReitanrantStanl roo" 11:25 'I a _Marlanna ____ 1:00.. 11:14: "
dive tone and strength to the gland, 1S1" 11:43" _Cyprell 6:118., Itt: a.'m

Foley's Honey and Tar Hargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard" One car-load of Pineapples at 11.7 1 DOROTHY SHEROD. 7t r.o"to 12:06 11: 2"nooa .", ___Grand_ Ridge. "" 6:1tJ.61.. 11 10::"'JO..
Sidney Kahn. to 2.00 per dozen. : .action 10:%
ua" _Leave :
jecehlldrea.saff.sure. No ooWe.ks. .. I j PRICES-SI.50. $1.00 75 and 500..t .

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.. SHORT STORIES.It No True Americanis The Beer' .-

la'reported that large sales of pianos satisfied
ever except with the ,
are now made to Indians.An That Y .
best. The oldest is not alwaysthe ,
anticigarerte orator that

UF the At cigarette the present will\ be rate extinct of increase In ten years.theworld's, and In this is seldom case how.the DL11I! !D I tn FAMI r U ..' 'i_;:

annual consumption of sugar ever, the best is the oldest and i., ,

will in about a year reach the enormous strongest. Let figures speak:
figure of 10.000.000 tons. .
The AlRllof The Mutual Life Insurant*Company 1
'-\ An oil painting of General BenjaminF. Df Ktw York(organized i843)eicced thoMofanjr other 4 :'
'..-.. _.. (.. : :v Butler has been hung in the gallery Ue insurance company in U SleDCC. Thty arc over 'f
.I". "' .r.o1/
: '.',. ::" !' ( <>-:::\ of the senate reception room at the MADE BY ACME BREWING t : 4
..... /?' '.:.. h";.. ,. ... -". Massachusetts statehouse. $352,000,000 CO '

( f : Brazil almost equals Europe in size. It hat paid BESt 1O-CBNT BATTLE BEEn ?, ,,:a' H
Policyholders over at
:;} :iff Its two largest cities-Rio de Janeiro IN TOWN. :i" a '

and Bahia-have today about 1500.000 $569,000,000> DANNHEISSER BROS l f
: A it .. ..1 S. :::
' and 200,000 Inhabitants respect1'ely.There ,
/ J1;: :
; \ : .7 .Lich U more than any other life insurance AGENTS FOR THE CELEBBATEDe.
company .
.!,!'T.., ..,",,;r.: ,i'I .. :, are ,I27OOO acres of land IB the world has dubuned. .
.,": :..*; ; ;;.. 1..4 .', outside of New York and Indian Terri-
,-.. ...... .. .< .< l ,.\l\: .( i' I I. ? Harper ihist T. j : '
A policy in The Old Mutual
'0' ... :=.. : ''i; :;:r:) i.jc tory occupied by the Indian populationof t ;

.,.,./''''': .. ..!" ...... :,-.-, :'.'"' '' the United States. The approximate gives a man or a woman that ..
.;: \
; .. : : '; :..
'. \ /:.. 1/.....>. .''ii'!... ., ,..".''..... 'iP. number of Indians Is 209.300.( sense of assurance which can f. i-. '. .:

":; ':,. I '('ti. '1 A c.ts (ie"Uv; There is a marked Increase in the not be enjoyed under private Main House-1018. Palafox street. r a' .,1 ,

... J-=: ;: ;': r' growth of rice in Texas and Louisiana, B.B. Echange-Opp. Union Dejot. p. ;

.." :10.'.. fi.. .. II :::"\ so marked that the industry is spokenof investments. "' "
P. O. Box Pensacola Fla. 1'
.t- I I 281. 1 .
...,;..-:' -<:i / :y-: /Acts Pleasantly.4Y : as being transferred from the south Write to-day for "Where Shall I Insure'" i: r
: .
; ; Phones 116268MIDW1KKUV.: :
\ ,'..,. / Atlantic states to this ,
/ / new territory. THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE ,fi .

"l'-rt'"h"/: <.;/ : cts Beneficially; .. COMPANY OF NEW YORK .,"..".1. i i.' i

,;I \ t.-.: ,:-...: f't, \X\: PITH AND POINT. RICHARD A. McCi-Rov,President. ,! "-

'.. 'fl..; ''. .',n., '":":".' .,.:.--J";.<' : .;.. ._ I'. (tats trvilyras-a I Laxative.Syrup The undersigned takes; this method ; :j. "

'J t.:'.. /1 :...:i.:..;.:.: *".r. "" '''' There is entirely too much future to CECIL WILLCOX, Manager, of ttiriu services '
: as!
)t >:/I/' ;'. / /' ," '.lJt; :..:; of Figs appeals to the cultured and the. some people. Jacksonville, Fla. first-class) 1it'ensed midwife, bayIng a- ;; ..t .

.I .';/>. : as the cheerfulness of those you dis Pensacola, Fla. Can give best of references: from ,;r:. .
and wholesome and because .
.. I\{ ./ J"t_ ; t\ parts are simple leading physicians of this city. "

/ '- "' '"' :.;.c.. ., ,_...... .. ;; :L.. it acts without disturbing the natural func like.About MRS. M. OIDDENS,

,.' .,', '!:"' .... :" "'1 .:'". :. .. .,::\ Lions, as it is wholly free from every objectionable the saddest thing that can Try the NEw' Want Column. 1 ]lt( 114 South DeVilliers St. ....1
:.. : really. barmen to a man. is to be loft a .
---- -- -- -
..' 4:1"tt. ,. 1r .:::':>, quality cr substance. In the process of tlr,
\ widower when he is too old to re
/ Art. 2ir f 'Jf\>? :,11. manufacturing: figs are used, as the'y.are + ; .. ; .. : I'
; a marry. i. : ; A_ _. "
i _",1:: .:'!i; i\! \.},!.\.\ pleasant! to the taste, but the medicinal Tie average wife picks out the pres.ents .'rW.faVI/1.yrfW4..vld.: .i.-+wr't _-- -- '"-'." '': '

{ "." 'l- :b'; : ;:j}::;' :,:l\r' r.' 3lrtue:5 of Syrup of Figs are obtained for both her kin and her hus- It--- l"

:!';} 4: :;;;if'\ '' :i I.: % ;'rstifrom.; an excellent combination of plants band's kin, and hers do not get the : Roberts & Daileyij :.a
!O tl
\ ;1, ..' : Y'-1'' I I f r/f i known to be medicinally laxative and to worst of it. '::
..'' '" '1:.p'i'xi! '. .J' "",'f;:; I .I .!. ..'>, ,,... .. t
'' !!\'t' t.l"t:: -i : I ,' lit'; .: .r act most beneficially.To When a woman commences to talk !9 : -DEALERSIN .0) I.9 !
\ 'A'Y'.r} C ) l.-/ Lg get its beneficial effects-buy the about a sealskin coat, she might as : ;

'-:" l''i.;' ':'"'*) '.",,, \. ; 4' ; : genuine-manufactured by thet'rJ9.j well buy one. It will be among her III:

""" ;, .. 'i. ."'- -.4.,c.'.,:,!'.1L'l :'-. \t...).i..l. }'.,./..:'.e-/ cssets sooner or later. .f
\ .
,.". '.' '!= -:<-..tiiJJ :-..... <"...-.-../:..;..., After a girl has been married as long ; '
: :;;'::::';:" :{ } as two weeks she begins: to consider :
,:s?:;.;,;,.:. ,'j.; ;.. t/ ::;)f) her unmarried friends as Ignorant as I) FRESH SUPPLY OF I jjJ( ','t :
:j\ ; .. :,.;' : :" ":<- .1';j' AU' fO IA : those who were born IestcrJaf..Alchl.son J '
.. f' 'ii'f'f1i .
K' ... "' .
'" :: h'O:: ::.:".:(" ,. 't-.T-......;' RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS ftOF r
I 3' Ii .. -- Globe j1 >
., ...,. )i: .. ,.of..., n II'I
1- ; ;. : I
., ., 'o,!:,l.;. ..!f-. :..,:.#:...-1-*"".'.,.. (I'.)! ALL KINDS. ,.UJ .
'# : ) )
"'t- ',;",:: "" 1.7. 'N ':-:-,,:\ San> F'r r\tI.iPc.O, Oat. ; FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE cITY. ;, ,

;.i.'ii. ,.!..,(.'ii..... Loille., tty, new YorkIiY.: 1)1 :" '

-"--".::\>; for 6*k. by all dru 5. ts. Price fifty cents per bottle. HARD rh ROBERTS & DAILY 1+

I f M i 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. ifr J ;

Phone l "(). Pensacola, Fla. .r'
lit : _i
BRICK I.r.IT. .:.T. -::JT'tT.:-:-:.:....::.A..w1r. ..Id. :{-f: lal1. r..:.Iy d \r:e.r. .+t ?= a.


around demanding
Alexander tits blustering
Tf. .l wool mixtures are very more worlds to conquer when Apicius expended in gluttony $2,000000. ,- ,. A LEG, A WING, / '

I|?" '. '\ inter, and they come In his wife called him aside. : :; I "i
( ;!' t\ i III attractive coloring "AIl'C"lhc'hIIlIWr tenderly,"mother Esopis paid for a single dish $400- '
t .," itcil i. buttons Increase oft dear is coming to visit us for a 000. am' ON am t THE BREAST OF A NICE
11' ".rathe features mouth." Caligula: spent' for one supper $400- !

\ ... .m-iny quaint pat- With a shriek of despair he fled Into 000. I WiizAIk is TURKEY FROM .

the night; and organized! another campaign HcHogabalus g\l'ntrof'unl!meal ?100. I t I

t 'ttas fastilona1 : into .\sil-New York Times. '
ijn 000. .HALF.: .
1 ;I..i ,'; i-f trimming, LucullusUsually paid $100,000 for a .. r R. W. WATEllS & 004 :
.i i.i 1.1: heavy A Hny of Hope. rrpast.The. !
i-' M\k in"-1..i.i "t tits "I am afraid the nobleman who is to -TO-
philosopher Seneca had a fortune
become your m-in-law has not much For Your CHRISTMAS: DINNER. Call, drop us a line or telephone us ""1
of $1 12o: J00.lAululus
t1 1 ,,: 11-" and Vin'N iu !?"!J talent for bu-Uiu'SB." the pootUsaycr, had a for and your wants will b8 promptly! attended to. :
I .' ti.c brim' are the dtw"ra- "I don't know," answered Mr. Cum- ONE MILLIONGet .

tI- \I'd.-, low cnmntil, i of rox. "If he can manage to get as good tune of $U,3VUfltui. R. W. WATERS & CO., I
The sum' of $2,000,000 was paid for
II ,1' i :II' il'.ijH-d wilii uhile .ilk prices for other merchandise as he dues S
I.". I h fur a title. I'll trust him to take his the house of Antouy.fa 51.S South I'iilalViv Street, (Now :Sheppard<
S .' i I iif! luitnlMiii costumes chances In business." Washington '.:\r bt-fore he entered upon any Our Prices Before We have the Choicest Cut of Western and Home Meats also Chickens '

tt : i., .! !.r"i'i' ,:iMf!'elllade Stal' office owed nearly $lll"00.000." and All Vegetabiss. Tt'lt"llhullc Xi., 2t.) ;.

o. :' I: \I'', t.! lord or y.ilM'ime, trims Tibiriiis at his death left $llSl_;;,-

,, .. Kdliion' Dry Humor. 001, which Caligula spent in loss than j
s J 's ;: r rnl' 'i ; "' the sales, fur Purchasing.apacity ,
I, !' "I ,I Ft _',ltd,!, butluus.Y Thomas UJisou is:: gifted with a good tm months.

I .".,. n! ."I! ri'.itioiH i of the clerical deal of dry humor. Recently in the Crusus possessed in landed propertya I HALL & KLEIN ,'

o, t. .'0'/r'/ ,'i .!,ir "l'lpar( | : (ill Jew course of an ('xaminatiuIbl'fot'e a commissioner fortune iKjual to $!::,Ot>"),
1 .". .n.l i.Kitsiih half dou- In chancery, he was asked. sum of money, slaves and furni I

:' ,'d :r.s ";111'\\ which turn back in "I>o you know Jesse II. LIppincott?" ture. ( 50,000 Daily 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.

r: .I..' Ii;i' / fff(vt when theWORLD'S "I did when! he wns alive." was the Autony owed $1,500,000 at the ides

.I "," calm reply.-Washington Times.Ilmnlta of March, paid it before the calends ofApril
and GroceriesSelect
anti squandered $73,500,000: : of the Staple Family

FA'R NOTES. The rnplea.nnt.1Vigc1 public money.The. Brick Go.
always like to hear a man
Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins.
: I what he thinks.
; say
'i,." -, ,'. \\-i r IH'" dt'ciJi'd to Worm Konn
Wagg-ISut the people who always Pine Barren Fla.
I' MI 'iiin tn be the principalr. say what they think generally think Multitudes are singing the praisesof Poultry, Eggs and Country Produce.
I lima jit the world'sM.
f. snob disagreeable[ things.; -Philadelphia Kodol, the new discovery which

IJecord. i is making so tuany sick people well d4/ MEN AND WOMEN. Telephone No. 358. .
: ::, .'I!.. int TttiUK: exhibits CSIE r.enigufnrnnnatnral
fI and week people strong by digestingwhat M4t.I d.1. dutrharKefl.inflaniniationa, ..
I ""d j'l, i it the worM's fair ulcrrationn rI
oawm ed irritations or
A Diliirult Style of beauty.
\I .' ., they eat, by cleansing and .o,t..trkte". of mil com niembrRDPR.PamlvM .
i panel 1 made from "Hod isn't all to Miss ..,.
at becoming Pr. rraplw mil not Btrm--
sl l : _" sweetening the stomach and by .
sty Mi llill''I'lIt'arl- Gimp." maEIANSCHIMICaCO. gent or poi. noun.OINCINNAnO I L1quors
.. vii in that state.ev transforming; their food into the Cold by Druggists.r.s. .
I "Just as becoming as any other color, a, or lent in plain wrarr*'.
,' kind of rich, red blood that .. ,
'!11' nilirth.. n thrwIwloiiping Isn't Hi""Yes. pure ti bT eaprr. prepaid for ,
makes you feel good all over. :&Irs.CranfillofTroy /I 100. or 3 l>ntll<'i*2.75.
y FOHEverybody
to Michael: -Cleveland Plain Dealer. Circular tent on te I. T., writes : Fora
II ".1..rd, XIo., will! be esu.irltl's -
I number of years: I was troubled
fair. She Is So Cbnnl'4. Fur Grief.
with indirection and dyspepsia:
KLY dC1ILLt. .. H
I Witt a
"I' 'iftrt.. high at the which grew into the worst form.Finally .

\ Ji I,,, 1.7iT pounds. I was induced to use Kodo! FOB STEAM DIVISION

\ : ..tmerieaufloristswillI ) and after using four bottles I am en '
tircly cured. I heartily recommend PiNs I
'I I n.ual: : meeting at the
Kodol all suffers COMI'A:\Y.
from I
\ to indigestionand
1 1APHORISMS.coiMcntioiis of this
> I
illy attended by about 1 dysppp"ia. Take a dose after Trains leave Fensaools for the LUll 1 Reliable Kentucky Barrel House i
I rl'IH.lrh'll meals) it digests what you eat. Bajou.lilg Usyoa.Warrlngtoa.NaT7 Yan ,
1' .1! it is the at- Harjris Pharmacy, John Shepard, tad Fort arraaclU atfIIO .
I s1 iIIllc; much larger. Sidney Kahn. a,m.arrlve at Fort Karraooat IlC..n
?; ::il'i} ; ---- -- 10:00: a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas lu:4o a.o
: 1,01' p.m.arriveatFort Harrsnoss lOpn
i '. :..:.., SEND YOUR ORDERSto 8:80: p.m. arrive at Fort Harraacss 4lSp a S. Friedman v:
&:15p.m.arrlv..fti.Kort irr acS3 TU p oSiWp.m ,I
arrive at Kort HarrKQcas (*: SF.B ?-. .
-; (prayer is patience.t .- Trains leave Fort Karranoas tor Pens

t Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or oola at7:16a.m. SOLE PROPRIETOR. ''I. l'l'i

'. inputs in being well electrical work. Repair work a arrive at Pensaco'a __. 8:00.. t .
11:00 p m. arrive at r>eQaaooiall.Mp.D |, j ji ji
I li: l'ro\crl speci' :2:00 p.m. arrive at Peciaoola- SUp.E I am now receiving the Large-t and ino-t excellent a--;ortment of ; J. '
5:00 p m arrive at Pen "cola! __ 6ipt. y r
:':::1'1> tlieir brains much I Tao arrive at Pensacola Tiip. Wines Brandies and Gins
p.m. Liquors
1 1.:1- fUld.-.Joul.ll'rt. I g't- i *8:40 p. m.arrl."at Peniaooia ___ 8:8oo.: ,
-.U pie for us.e do I, Mr. Monk-So you never sad nil I LAUNCH 'HatnrQ&YSonlysac OF VERY DESCRIPTION.Alo i .

: ." H !hu r.tmiask l: our illusion. at once? k : FOB WEIK DAYS ; the Finest and Largest Line of Cane BottlEd Oood i '
Mr. Giraffe-No, it takes quite awhile .. --' .
,..., ., ..-. to Fort Karranca and rr torn tt.Penacola .
... -""' ''' ...rou... Peniaoola Attention Given to Mail Orders. .
,"r Special
I fur a lump to rise in my throat- to Navy Yard and morn_ ib 1

i* in.thins is as pow- Chicago News. I'eniaooia to Palmetto Beach and return Ifc9UHOAT I guarantee honest measure, best quality find lowest prices. Be sure to .- } /
x '"j is feared by evcry115 108'1)IIDII. send your Christmas orders to -;
-I I Foils a Deadly Attack. When woither permits the running i

!. ;: more frightful than "Mv: wife was so ill that good open coaches. S. A. FRIEDMAN
I Lean Pensaoola. Lv Fort Barraaea'a.m. t
10 know ouly what his j. phy.-iciaus were unable to. help her," The Elegantly Equipped ( 10.. nwU ,

s', .1.I !t.r.doj to know.-Coothe.f I writes M. :\1, Austin, of Wtnche tQr, Naptha Launch CUPID a. m. U m. 331 bouth Palafox Street, P. 0. Box 418, PENrfACOIA ,. '
i 1 p. m, I p.m.
'I Ind.. "but was completely cured by .
built castles In the air Ip.m I p.m, .
va not be lost that is Dr. Kind's New Life Pill'!." They with Parlor Car Fittings, Ip. m p.m.

u ."I1l<1 be. Now put; foan- wonders: Cure in constipation stomach and, !liver sick I: for a trip on.the bay or fora Ep.Ip.m m. ( pm p.m,, J. E. DUBUISSON S? BROTHER s sCORNER

'i' them.& -Thoreau.ny headache.! 2ac atV.. A. JVAlem- crux ce. ( p. m. I p.m. .i

berte'3 drug store, 121 S.! Palafox Accommodations for 40paseng eniaoola to VABS0s.ort BarraAeai 8UHBAT Harj TAUKAGOXA IJ l n: WE. CIA bTKEET?, ;
Year Torturer street. lard infl return-____ HiPtniaeola
ers- to Palmello .each ... Dealers in
rHleved l from torturing dis- rrtnrn______ U
.. ', Rates very reasonable. elvad stair' .. m.
; r Re fPIIIII : f and Groceries
Wt'I forty years' torture might; E. W. PEAK, Landing-Pine street. < Choice Staple Family <
I- the gratitude of anyone,
I ,' .' wit Hewitt's Witch Hazel No. 30 Houth Palafox street keeps CAPT. STEARNS Oar Good are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate,
\ call bells, wires and all kinds of and are Warranted to hI the Best the Iark.ttr>rd and can bo
for C. Haney. Oencv.i.o.neWitt's ; J[aster. ( PILLS We Order Given
H j electrical supplies. Have him do Relied on. can Duplicate any in During the .
: Witch Hazel J1 '-. Ihglaa Bill ea1y.d.e Holidays and will Deliver Free to Fart of the
: any City.
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," t! your work. Call phone 2 n-"una ladle. aMlTr-rei* t
\ '!1", d me of after I I '"' a: nllIl"'TtI; :':+ t .LL-U ,
pilfs had PARKER'S : r..M bovihe WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL
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:airy I HAIR BALSAM \-V ''
year Cure* cuts! .... .. .
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f count"rfeit. lbr is' Phar-: ; 1 Hur to itc Youthful Color. t 5. l"I.I.f..I."I. mtrt' .* r I PHONE 66. 'I
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HORRIBLE Altman, Umbrella Maker, 316 "

South Palafox, wishes to inform the

public that he has no one employedto _
Ita work In the oven la the strongest argument solicit trade and will only be responsible
Dan bktn Fredeniborg 204 Kesbr.Bt Sailers
In favor cf "GOOD LfCK Baking Powder to order for goods intrusted to him
-- lul bk Crlitoforo rolombo. SS2, Lulgl, j THE GREATEST
" fctatrtiieut every houmvkeepcr can Las Palmas to Ba ri A UunwodyCLEARED. personally. 3jlm I

Tcrtfj for hcrsplf. Tho fact that It males the CAR WHEELS SEVERED HAND OF You will consult your best inter ci

beat"biji-ult waffles, \,Its and cake ia shy It can A NECRO WOMAN THIS Am New' icb Orleans Llnerls In,13.ballast Kaogsgard by masterfor ests by going to O. M. Pryor if you V 1 wVALUES .!t"-t : :
Am II Orlon' lt69. H Il lary,bJ I A MerrittA want furniture. He is in position to ,
bebolJ In Train LuadRIbmond. Co for Boston wlto :!00 toot coal 1 ,
AFTERNOON. Ital bk TI tonla.711.!; G B Cffera sell cheaper than any other home in \
Ci"EY W CrTMV"GTLi ': '* 'o' ST" .r- Tp '
with !ll.wu i fc lumber valued at VI.-
1 9>>)
Virginia. Am es Pensftcola. 10(8. Leech, by Gulf city.CO
Transit Co for Tamplco with iSO tons of EVER OFFERED IN MKN'S WORK S1IOKS.: YOU bllO)
About 12:45 o'clock this afternoona coal valued at $ ,.1T.iIi ,
....NN.Nt1MNNNH ..... i Aoit bk Pose bleb.8)1.Mandlch by L Es- NOT LET THIS CHANCE BLIP YOU BY.
negro woman named elsie Isham tone &Co for Alieame,..IU11O. peg oak No.30 South Palafoz street, for your
i. staves,valued at IW.uuo/
was! standing near tbe foot of the electrical work. He is prepared to
SOCIAL ECHOES i Commandanoia 8AILID. do you a first-class job at moderate -.*A FEW OF THE MANY STYLES.-
i i east incline on Am 8' Pen aeola.lOfti. Leech,for Tamplco prices. Phone 203.

wharf when she was struck by a car
..........................i One Thing That Krttralned remarkedthe Them. $8 00 VELOUR Calf Bootee.. .....--....-..... $2 35
loaded with deals. 1'retty tiresome isn't iU"

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Turner entertained The impact knocked the woman first man" at a reception. MONEY TO LOANOn $2.50 VELOUR Calf Bootee.....__.___..... A 1 ,95}
4 the Bix-handed Euchre "It is so. replied the other.

'( Club Saturday, and a most enjoyable down and as she fell one of her 4T<1 sneak out if I could but my wife $fJ.50 Heavy Calf, Plain Toe Shoes....___.... .. sj g)
hands rested on the rail. The car would Ret mad. She's a friend of the the most reasonable terms and
f evening: was passed at cards. $1.75 Satin Calf Plain and Cap Toes Lace
hostess without publicity. ,
many special guests playing with the wheels passed over the hand and

t,, s I members of the club. Delicious refreshments severed it at the wrist joint. "1'.1 sneak out, too. but my wife" J. W. BULLARD, and Congress...._._. ....__..._. .........__..._ si ,p
r t would be furious. She's the hOl-tess. South Palafox
2Slf Up-Stairs.
i ; a very were handsome served. silver The ladies'prize candlestick The bloody Incident was witnessedby Philadelphia] Tress. J. A. WILSON, Mana $1. 75 Heavy Calf, Guru Eyes, Cap Toes..... .sjj

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of and in short
I was! won by Miss Minnie scores people a rnn..arJ. er.1 $1.5OHeavyEng. Tie......._ ..........._...__.___._. .s't ;j
Totter, a guest. The gentlemen's time after its occurrence there were The barter had about finished shaving
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5 prize, a hand-ome cut glass' flask, many crowding around to get a close the man in the chair and passing I -- -"'- -- -

oy Mr. W. McClellaii; the booby 1 view of the bloody spectacle. his hand over his chin Investigating: !

-. prize, a bunch of bananas, by Mr. J. I leaned forward and said: s i KE I II I MEYER SHOE CO.
McQaughey. Dr. Frank Q. Renshaw, the L. & I "Shall! 1 go OUT the thin again?" I ,

N. surgeon, was notified of the accident "Xo thanks," replied the customer Ii i
hwrfully "I think I can remember Feet Furnishers for Cash
i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Abercrombie and ordered that the suffering ; Only.

Hytr have issued invitations for I victim be conveyed to St. Anthony's everything Times. you said.. -New ,York i 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

Jf, Friday 2Jd.afternoon and: evening, January hospital, where Dr. Renshaw and Hot French Waffles with ( BUNK BOTESee I I'CIGAR ..

P .4 Dr. Pierpont amputated the arm a Florida Cane Syrup at

Mrs. J. Francis Taylor and Mrs. few inches above the wound made "olomon's DR. J. R MOCK

.t Ftjrruld have issued cards to a reception by the wheels. The woman stood ,

'' k to meet Mrs. Chipley it.j the operation well. .-NEITHER nor consignees the captain of tbe Nor owners bark

Setze, Saturday afternoon, January Teutonla for debts will contracted be responsible by
t' the 21th. the crew of said vessel.GKEUERSEN. DENTIST.
Captain.M. t8
1 ALL READY FOR H. SULLIVAN,Consignee.; ..
j ; t Hon. John Mooney, one of the that Each Cigar is

P' most popular travelling men ou the MARDI-CRAS OJUaNEITHER the captain own. Stamped. 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building,
P road, is in the city on a combined consignee of the
f Hylgla will be
business trip and a visit to his for debt contracted
by the crew of said vessel. FRANK REILLY
$$4 ; + family. 1'. BEURENH, ,
The members of the Carnival Association W. L. Vrtttich A ro faotala.
Consignee ivdu SOLE AGE .T. ."I PEXSACOLA..\.
Mrs. John 8. Denham entertains
sj are not having! much to sav .
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her friends at whist Wednesday for publication just now, but it is ,--_. "",,"....... '

6.x t morning at 10:30. learned from one of them that everything -w t LS'\ lie G. DeSilva & ft.
t Ii' a s s sus 5 I \
I The Whist Club will meet Friday is in a most satisfactory state F ((

!.H afternoon at 3:30 with Mrs. John C. of preparation. That the floats are ( 1 I Manufacturers and n. .
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I all constructed and that with a few 1" (
i additional decorations the work will i ;i Sash, Doors, Blinds,
g This (venin; Mrs E. O Saltmarsh / SALE. .nLL

4,, will euterl:sin at tea complimentaryto be pronounced finished. It i is con- e I > \ Shingles
i ii ,
Miss; Spottswood.:: fidently expected the coming carnival i

k 7'heNomads met yesterday with will eclipse all previous efforts I t. J For l Next la Day y8 :: 1 Builders' Materials,

yt Mrs. Walker Anderson. in this direction. 25SPECIAL
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---- ---- _J Brick and Lime.
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t :;i4 The Mists LeBaron entertain A SURPRISING iw -j -- = Telophone No. 11.

y ;j this afternoon to meet Mi** Lucile I PRICING WILL REIGN .
tta,huell. of St. Louis, the neice of
Mrs. John B. Jones. STATEMENT .
: '' 1 : Mr*. William Rice Johnson entertains -

' r at cards Thursday afternoon, Rev. J. T. Reed, a travelling Colored Dress GoodsVelvets
f January the 2Jd.:!
agent of the Y. M. C. A. of Atlanta,
j tv I Ia
F + The Daughters of the Confederacy has been in the city for the past few : SALE

% gave u reception in honor of General days. Sunday preached sermon :
and Silks !
1.7, .i Lee's birthday; at the residence of at the Presbyterian church, and in
Mrs. John A. Merritt last night.
1 the course of his remarks said that Dress and Walking Skirts !
The hou-e was beautifully decorated
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tt fir' with potted plants and cut dowers. out of 2,100 young men in this city

1 The color scheme of pink and green i> less than -50+ are church members. Ladies' and Misses' Jackets I
sr l i the reception room and white and I -- 78 Boys' Double-Breasted piece I 64 inch Heavy Ladies'Cloth, in all
Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's THERE are many Choice Jackets and Skirts to choose from, and I suits, all wool worth $3, special sale Colors, regular tl yard, this gale !vJc!
in the dining room was ar- I
1 fcieeu Swamp-Root, the great kidneyliverand .; PKICIIS bring; them to you at ACTUAL NEW $1.9S "ult.I yard.
rE \i-ticitlly carried out. Confederate bladder remedy, are beiuir dis- I Remember we carry a full line of'Bo"s'
I YORK COST. Money Saved is Money Made-is enough/ said here. Five Pieces Black Shark Skin' 41-
r 1 flags were used throughout the tributed here from house,free. Have Pants from 3 to 16 age, at
$ decorations you received one? prices to suit everybody.Look inch Dress! Goods, later: out, regular
at our Show "Wii.dow for this sale 89c
Jl yard yard.

if Mary The Wittich reception, president committee; Mrs.-F.Miss 0. FILED ACTION ....I[ n Our Shoe Department !.... prices We carry on Ladies'swell Underwear.line of Ladies'Flannel 3.S: pieces Fancy Dress foods", wool
I and Silk\ regular $1 yard, this sale
r Howe Mrs. John A. Merritt and and Silk Waists at prices so
.1' Some Broken Lots-to .be Closed at Special Low Prices-too numerous everybody can wear one. 74c yard.
Miss LeBarou-received with /grace I FOR DIVORCE however to mention her. There are Plums to be Gathered 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck I Three pieces All-wool Black Hen-
a ?r q aud delightful cordiality. Moreno Undershirts, special: 2Uc; rietta. silk warp, regular yard, this
well worth time and while to come and investigate.
:f _Mrs.u__ Hierek.:. Mi i.sllertaHyer. Miss I -- your drawers to match. sale hoc yard.
B Leila ReseMiss Julia Lee, I I 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 3i) pieces 30-inch All-wool Tricot,
Pf"1 t Charlie Jones and Miss Madge Missl Ma- This morning Alfred Bon beganan Our Show Window :_ I worth 50c, special 35c; all colors,regular 35c yard, this ale
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his drawers to match. 20; yard,
.i'\! i l ti clay served delicious refreshments. action for divorce against FOR THE BEST UNION 3IADI] SHOES IN AMERICA. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Under JC E Just Received a Full Line

J I. i!d A chaining musical and literary wife, Caroline Boon. One of the pe- shirts, worth $1, epeclaI7iic: ; drawers Wuiotings, regular 2iJc yard,this sale

./o program was enjoyed by tho delight culiar allegations put up by the dis- "Foil" and "Merit" 1 rn j- to match. loc yard
$ 3U lOll doz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 Ladies' Heady-to-Wear Rainy-
i $' J J'u t'u ed truest*, among whom were members gatUfied husband. i is that his wife absolutely solid, / Pair Hair Undershirts, worth $1.50. special Day Skirts, worth |1.50, special sale
"I 1 of the Ladies' Memorial Association iii; drawers to match, in White, J8c each.
1 has and
h t'f Confederate Veterans and I an ungovernable temper "Faith AS GOOD Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Riiny-
1 that when a fit seizes her she takes A8 We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool,
of Veterans.
it Rons II I in breaking dishes and "Hope }[ THEIR { $2.00{; Shirt and Drawers, worth f 3; special worth $4, special sale $2.43 each.
delight pair
Uj'tH"i "Love," j NA U..8. [ to close $1.20 each. 60 Ladles' Black and Colored
The annual election of officers and I I the like. Other grounds are desertion 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth f 1.50, special

if t' -j.i J sapper of the Osceoli club takes and infidelity. A NEW PAIR for Every Pair Proving Unsatisfactory. and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale aye each.
I I 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured
1'f '' plJcb tonight. t .. -_. -- 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and Skirts, worth $2 50 to $6, special
Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c; sale $1.98 to$4.98 .
c' j.: :: f Judge IJanjiinin;:H. LUJnu, of FLORIDA ...SPECIAL PRE-INVENTORY PRICES ON... drawers! to match. Jackets, our pries
J ISOUTH We carry a full line of Ladies', $1.43 to $8 each. You will hive
'r : I I. Mari: tuna, I ia, among the well-known i Men's and Boy's and Girls'}, shoes money by }looking at oars before

f ;VIH/J, visiting attorneys today. Matting Rugs Carpets that we can save you 25c on. buying.
STORM WARNING Remember-We carry a full line Stl Boys Overcoats! heavy, at 11M l
I J. T. Torrey, an insurance man, of Men's Clothing Bougnt at 50c on to k; worth nearly double.
1 1 :tk1' and I.. Metzger.a well-known drummer 50 New Styles of Mattings Just Received. dollar. We will close them out at 49Boys'; Double-Breastsd 2.piece
just J price oS other merchants. suit.worth! 11.50, special 98c suit.
of Mobile, are in the city. j
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The Weather Bureau office received I -- ----- -- \ ,
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; : 1'. !; Mr. Archla Tnomp-on; of Escam- the fallowing this afternoon: ( ) ; Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look

['::1 I f,. l' bit, was in the city yesterday. j I ortheast storm warning 3 p. m., !j <* W. J. & B. FORBES. < ,! .':1 at Ours. Remember the Place,
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iih I! ,. j tll Miss S. C. Rattaile, of Nashville, j i Miami,Jupiter,Jacksonville,Havan- ) __ :-; 105 S. PaL ox St. F. E. BRAWNER.

t,' I who is to conduct the "Old Districk 'nah, Charlotte, Wilmington, Moor I' -

..i j l ( Skule" for the benefit of the Young 1 head, Washington, Norfolk section, G' MORA?SO, ---- --- -- -- -

j t''t: : I ) People's Union of the Baptist Norfolk, Newport News, Fort Mon. FRANK BRUNO President. See'y and Treat.,
Uj' church, his arrived; in ths city and
I roe. Depression over Southern Flor BOILER WORKS AND MCH1NE I SHOPS r

I.I :t the basement first rehearsal of the church will be held tonight in the at ida; will move northward, causing BRUNO & CO. t

1 S o'clock. Miss Rattaile requests all brisk to high north to northeast

1. who are to take part to ba on hand winds on the Middle and South Atlantic OM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING DEALERS IN jji I 803-105 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

1 F lit the time and place- mentioned. coast and eastern part of the Spaghetti, Vermicelli, Taliarini, Yalres, cods ad Eienitm !in till Lice Kept Constantly o 01 M.d

I f For Over Sixty Year. Gulf of Mexico. "OARRIOTT." Spaghettini, Zito, Mezzano, Prompt Work-Kcasonablc Prices.Jtjtjt Q
t I MRS. wr rsLow's 800THIHQ 8TRCP bM HUGHES Prop,
Ditali Cannaroni ',
been Deed for over.lit;yean by mlllioniol Pericatello, ,r PHONE 123292. .JJ.JJjj. l
1 mother for their children while teething and Lascagni.
with perfect mcceu. It soothes the child DIED-In Baltimore, Md., Monday Stillina

sorkasthegnmallayullpain,cures wind January 19th, Mrs.! Belle 6.Day, MANUFACTURED FRESH DAILY OF PUREST s
colic and li the twit remedy for Diarrhoea. A CREENHUT & CO.
f ft irUI relieve the poor little offerer 1mmediately. aged 37, only sister of J. F. and F. B. MATERIAL AND BY EXPERT WORKMEN.

Bold by Druggists Inerery part Bruce. ,
of tile world. Twenty-are cents a bottle FAMILY AND SHIP ORDERS SOLICITED. "'
,t Be sore you ask for"M n.Wlntlow'i BooU- .WHOLESALE GROCERS
tag syrup,'and take no other kind. ... ,

Hot Bolls, at 5 p> m, 10o- oysters today.NIC Try APOSTLE.them. Telephone No. 207. G. 3IOKASSO, Agent, 701 South Palafox. Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.
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