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 21, 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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: in all or these ways or In several ofthem : I servatory by '::1t'Ctriclty'ibise are so i I! n
;J;T LA; i the mother is the slave of the NEW STEAMER TRAINING8HIPSJALORE arranged! that when the 12 o'clock sl-I':: I '

the f'..iri.i....( Daughter of tbe daughter.-Woman's llome Companion.A nal is Cache! ,] over the wires the : They llu.t He Good One and ReffWlurlr nt. t..! .

ffris inr riruu of each one of these clocks spring to l'uwparrtl ADd Inspected. ;4t tit" J', :

n after working for Mother's Duty to Her Family. HASARRIVED 1':. no, matter "ht time the dock may A man with smoke grojud into hla 'i:[ t1' f.

/ 'I'I M.I that she is the Diametrically different constitutionsand ":IO'\. In this way hundreds of t'Otk"art' Lauds and face walked into one of the tf ;

o'j I -of ihi" American lemperanients: are found in the set to the correct time each d.iy.Weil downtown jewelry! stores and banded air i to, d'1
f he. C.. .;ni lams! bwii recog- same family. One son may be gifted l the moment the sun is supposed' over big! gold watch and a card. The "H't; ? ,' .
r. with talents approaching to genius In to ('r" ss the only-fifth meridian tl.., -1' :*
;t n.llwlltl1ealoist, : : I repair man l looked at the watch, made ('i st j ,
r i;; .' ,J t.e! Daughters ofF arts or mechanics while another may I REACHED PENSACOLA AFTER SEVERAL VESSELS OF THIS tile?raph: : instruments ?ire a single I some queer maiLs on the card and 1; ; J

; Lave no natural gift except a sturdy tick! the tine halls drop', the docks IKgla > '.
I' triots. banded both buck.: And the waD -
F w..t'
of 1'ounilt rs and Pay manhood which every one must learn I VOYACE OF 16 DAYS FROM CLASS TO REACH HERE FOR : to strike and ever}.body! in the District walked: out of the I store. : .I
to respect, and it would be madness for I knows: it is 12 o'clock.-St.: XicLoks. ij'f1 I 1
eselunniiary Installment
I is the mo'-t "Didn't know \ uu sell on the l i :;
to warorgnniza-: one brother with his practical everyday EXTENDED STAYS. 1 plan," suggested:: the inquisitiveloaftr. ,t' ,s

-1' whose paternal an- ideas to argue ngaiust: the other, j, .. -... ':1? '' ;

\all rit'l bctwinn 1-JiS: who may seem to him but a flighty; A COOL FISHERMAN. "1'oii't.was the laeouic response, ,' ;j f' I f

I' loyal citizens can 1, dreamer. I Fourteen days ago the hig freight PeVacola seems to have gained and tlen the: jeweler\ explained. "The ., :
The Story tit Hv lie Landed a GreatHis '
d! I'. There is room enough; In the world -taanicr" Tarpon cast off lines at considerable: favor with the navy ; lreautq. man is u locomotive fireman and his a t. '

decade In for all kinds and conditions of men wau-h was being; lomuprel. You see, I.'
ii si-eat a Philadelphia! her home port, and department, as the port has been How slovrly now. A little nearer to ,; :
and provided always that they: } '
:: as the foremost women it Is atiMjhUely i.ectssary tiat railroad
started for her honM} here. Hhe : iced in the announced the !'!,h'I'(>. There, that's right.; Steady; l
1i 'I'ii-r.n Kevolution ere honest and true It is a mother's u w ;: pi rllieilly I watclus Keen good: time all.llh.- matter ; : i'l

duty especially to study the inclinations arrived yesterday afternoon attaching : I I itinerary at }least three training now. This eddy! looks like a ;good place. of making!: them keep ;;tJ.1t11me; has t 4q ,: ,

\ of her children, to curb no good aspiration The kit (ar: just a \\W; ,'. 'nllTl'.lhat'sCIII' bun fv-.eni"tize.l., s

j\.' ,\II J I.'" to check no useful talent however her lines to Kayleu street: I ships alt of which will touch here t Just l'.' these lily; pads) a large one I "Tl-e firemen, cncir.ecrs. conductors, : .J i: 'I 1

\. ', \I' lire. mediocre it may scour to her. It wharf shortly before 3 o'clock: after i iI I within in many month was caught; the other tay: lee whiz! rear Itrla'Illt'l1 and train masters on all &; i :

I : //.' may be the stepping stone to something: nine days of actual steaming. The first to arrive as officially Di>l you 1',,(' that? A strike, and he of the roads in this country have or- ,

l -, 11// higher.A lirs to have .''I\1''; comparedtwice M 4x4 'I, 1
O. Barrow the stated will be the was a beauty tlkt-l1I eight poumVr ,
Capt.V. was at Topeka a
gunboat tI- .
-/ mothers life must be necessitya a mouth nillllu pt''H'tl\'ry six }
/ I'll L>..-t. Sack: water, quick, till I try
--....t concession in little things; a continual wheel and Engineer McVoy was; in i now in special service as a him agaii. Steady, now. This is theplace. months. On !some roads nearly all of !. ,' I

kt sacrifice. A happy family life of many charge of the machinery.John I training ship. She is a vessel of, 1 guess we've missed him. No, the employees are supjtosed to go t. ';',..
members cannot be maintained unless through this same routine. : I
there are concession and sacrifice on the Bowes, a young man from 1,700 tons displacement, and Com by Jove, there he was again: : lie's I "Wh.-nt watch I Is liought by any of ':. I

1'J part of every member. And in n small Pensacola who has been in Philadelphia mander John A. H. Nichols guards got it; he's gut it! Turn her out Into these veil it must he passed uiwn by ,
way the family fife Is an epitome of and New York for some her present destinies. She left Han deep water. He's in the lily pads now and : the jeweler who has been appointed '1'Ii, l

the life of the great world outside. and a goner sure! Thunderation, i-pector for the road that the purchaserbcrves. :' .

I time, was a passenger. He boardedthe Juan (Saturday last and will touchat he was a lliOI1'terIut! ; have weighedat It must be a good watch,..costIII ;1

II I That Old Ribbon Fallncjr. vessel at the Quaker City and Guadaloupe, Trinidad, Curacoa, least ten pounds. No; there he Is! about ?3T for the works alone! forthe .

"The old fallacy that the addition of He is still hooked; he is all right; he is : rattle and jolt of a train would seriously ;'.:" .
,.J many friends here were delighted to Cartagena, Jamaica and will arriveat free from the lilies he is free! Steady, J f, ,
4 iI ;
a few new ribbons Is all that is necessary affect! a cheap watch, but It ; t

to make an old gown look just like see him. Peusacola March 2 for a stay of now. Put the oars in the boat. See the may be; of any make, provided It comes t I J

an up to date production of the modiste The Tarpon had a considerable three weeks, leaving on March 26 pole. He bands it nearly double. And ,,1111 to the staii'lard. Stop watches, '

which some foolish novelists have widely Havana. doesn't he make the reel sing; Now I watches that tell the day of the week i'l]
quantity of miscellaneous freightfor for
he has turned lie is coming towardus
circulated Is responsible for :
many mud such ('ulllplil'ulI'tlIohi.'S\ arebarred. t
an unhappy marriage," says a young Pensacola merchants, and this The Buffalo will arrive on 4' continuance Hand me that landing; net! Quick, A key!: winder Is not acceptable 'I.I;. r .

who has announced her Intention quick! He is going; under the boat! lie watch that has beenhanged '
woman was discharged at Baylen street of her interrupted Itineraryone nor is n .
until she thoroughly will snap the line! Holy smoke, there !
never marrying <' from a Hinting case to an
wharf, after which the vessel was day after the Tcpeka, and will he goes: : drab! the line-;grab the line -
understands her
piwiiectlvehusband's open' lace. .\1lpt':! faced watch Upreferred :
views on \\'On1l'1Ilutl rib- hauled over to Palafox< wharf and stay until March 2'J, leaving on that I say! Have you got it? Keep him thoush! a good hunting casewateli ,:.

bons. "The man who pins his faith on was there inspected by scores' of persons date for Key West. fast no\\". J mist a second. Steady: now. I inot turned\ down on the 11:1-: /.
1 into the int. Here he is .
There lie
goes '
a story glittering Jl'llI'ra1l. ,
joriiy of roads.
The Hertford will reach here on
who had been for the
ties and the transforming I'uwc'r of watching in the boat. We have him. lie Is safe. "After the Inspector' has passed favorably -
I April 2, remaining until the last of And isn't lie ? Isn't he beauty i
a bow or two of ribbon when donned boat. a beauty a ujxin the watch he makes out

by the heroine of the tat" she adds The vessel Is elegantly fitted for that month when she will sail for a dandy: a crackerjack, a peach? I in slip to that effect and returns thewatch \

"is apt to be captious when his wife tie- lie will go above six )pounds. If he '
'.\LLS. Oal eston. to the railroader along with the
1 '! .Ti S
\ passenger and freight service, and a \felghs Wasn't he lively?
mantl a new frock instead of new rib an ounce. '
raid small carU. Ou _
slip a '
., ,'l.m.: She I 1sii bons. I think it is wicked to print such more correctly adapted steamer It probable that the Mononga- Did you see him make that three foot this card are a number of ruled spaces. ,

i ,11:1 jirouiii fallacies for while a pretty bow will leap out of the water? You didn't? '
helix another !
special training vessel Twice month railroader
could probably not have been found. a the brings ,
\ :, ::, lighten: up an old dress 'it will not mend Man, whore were your eyes? How In
.."I "'<'I ,\ ,! 1,1, the holes hi oll.-IroukIJII Lagle.Embroidered She: is 1G3 feet long, 2(5( feet wide will be in port at a time the nolntl we will weigh him How J I Us watch and! card to the inspector : ,'iWltoh
.. .. '! I who notes ou the card whether the
iMU'l l a i'y
;i Hartford touches here. The itiner- much did ? Tour Nomads nn,1t11
and has the small draft of .JJ2 feet you say was fast or slow and how much.
Ir .. :N. 1. S II'
i tic Uliij ounces! Tshaw! That can't be '
Linen. ;
.., ;. light and 8 feet deep loaded. She ary of the Monongahela places her whether it has stopped' or run down
'! ;_!i ml riiti-u, < '.nii To launder embroidered linen make a right Your scales are not accurate.
,. at West March 1W I two and whether or not he regulated la i {
I theinline off d.! Key leaving
I .Himi1 suds' with a fine soap and warm water. was built in 1SS7 at Wilmington, Well, he's a beauty anyway. It took a
this manner the inspector can tell just
1;; < ',:.i:'".u'ul,: almut in ini- attics later for this "unless full halt! hour to tire him out and land
Do soak the days place
not rub or wring; piece, Del., for the Plant Line, and her what: the watch !Is doing; and what It
,: :'i, oitiwal Im1 ."
: til i :- -pent' him Three Oh
and minutes ,
but squeeze the suds through jou say
determined to needs.
t' ,. nn'iit'is in lil mined! first name was Xaugatuck. Her quote
> :
: i riri-s
through it until it is clean. Kinse in you're mistaken! That can't |>os" >ly "
.\t the end of each six months the
l 10'11"1'- amid. IK-: t'n>m dustyI clear! water and dry between towels.It gross tonnage is 419 and her net from the official order be. It was surely longer tlian: that! lie
watch and card! taken the
the to
; .', I ..1,1! the files of are
II thr"uh
is well not to expose embroidery to The Massasoit will be in gulf was a fighter to the last Excited whenI
tonnage is 281 tons, her carrying Inspector! who makes a more carefr.1
'S : 't-I; )" l i-. It ivas a try lug caught him! \aw not a bit! Cool as '
the air while it is wet, and it should ;
late in and it is examination of the watch issues new
t. '/ tlr.I'.tliun/ 400 tons which from waters February a
nvuuhrcelumany capacity cucumber-just as I am now. He certainly
net l'r be dried in the sun, nor should it a curd to the railroader and sends in tbe
': !i-.I 1- "I' war Instiu-y and, ro- while it is will be taxedat thought will! touch here with the big Is a Leaut '.Forest and Stream
be folded or rolled damp. present prospects, old: card to the headquarters of the road
I ,.li ciinsati'il; her fur her
Itefore it is entirely dry iron it on apiece of the formidable: squadron.
eah trip, now thought to be for which the man works. A duplicateof

: v P 1 1. ,nl l finally pieced the of thick tlannel on a soft padded weekly.As ----- THE OLD WOOD FIRE. these cards: is kept in a book by tha ,
board. Lay the embroidered side down, A Guaranteed Cure Ior 1'ilcs. J
r i Ih'I\I'etor.
f'liiiiy: quilt togetherLnnol cover it with a dry cloth, over that repeatedly told herein, the Itching, Blind niofdine or Protruding ratline the I'.U Ilaokloir In Place "The railroad watches that are most

i.. vi it lathes numbered place\ a wet cloth anti press with a Tarpon will be put on regular runs Piles Your druggist; will refund your \Vu Quite a Job. closely watched by the inspectors are

moderately hot iron. Instead of folding money If I'A/.O OINTMENT fails to cure After the evening chores were done those that are carried by engineers and -

1 !I' 'letecn ancestors who it. roll it on a large round wooden between this place and St. Andrews, you 50 cents.Ooldring's. my father would appear in the doorway firemen on those locomotives that are

r of the Ke\olution. stick. -- Millville and various other poiut with the big backlog coated with mow, tilt..11'ith electric headlights on account I ;

Ii of her family has When \Yomnn h HaiifilOKt. Her first journey will probably be Xo. 3 saloon at the often of ampler girth than himself and of the danger of their becomingmagnetized.

fully! breast high; to him as he held it This danger Is realized! by
's or Vultz liuuiehteadty L:1t1rlbl'lll Kuiuily discusses! in commenced tonight, as the of ners Union depot, since its opening, has
upright, canting it one Wl311I111 another and of them leave
'. for 11C 1 engineers, many
: j ears.nnatioii tin English: magazine the question."What become noted us the place to find
already announce that their vessel and walking it before him on its their watches in the ('ab'Lile working 1
\1 rs.'itTship is the happiest period of a tvulava the best and brands of liquorsto I
purest wedge shaped ind. lie would erhaps about the headlight" ludianapolhtNews.
: in the is ready for immediate: service.
Iaughnod s life': She: says: \llIbt not a I
be found in the You
city. will stand it against: tLe chimney while he ,
Patriots To the woman wait till her life is nearly over
The Tarpon was built by Pusey, receive attention and be .
polite made took a breathing:: spell amid planned LI icampaln
organization she sufo" before she can answer that question Same .
Jones & Co., the celebrated ship- welcome. : Then, the andirons: hauled !! Till DR."Knoore
she could complying truthfully? Tor to each woman married Kncore!" persistently yelled
forward on the hearth and the bed of
; requirements furs or maid, the 1,11'.f happinessmust builders. She has accommodations half burned brands and li\e foals rakc.tlOIIt'U the group of college students\ in the ,

differ according to her teuiiiera- for 55 first-class passengers and an HOW TIME: IS MADE. the icy lug was walked Into the audience after little lava had died her
"' mu.-t have settled in meat or estate. Hut: in summing; up stage loath and the curtain had fallen.
unlimited number of deck and chimney, w litre a skillful turn
i' 'nt ecu IfiUS and May 13, many c'xampll111 looking back on I'ncle Sara Regulates IIU Clock* by in its "I'ncorc: Encore!!"
j It OUT, hissing and steaming,
beautiful memories married, I think second-class passengers. Her twin One of the Fixed !Stare! The Uncle Tom, one of the kind that
lair of hot emLers. It seemed a thing
t: >n l>o gained only when that the happiest period, of a woman'slife screws are propelled by 12x21x18- Strange as it may seem, Uncle Sam alive, and its vehement sputtering andprotesting needed no burned cork to emphasize!

m re on the paternal side. is the time when she has a nursery dots nut make use of the sun for reckoning moment for the blackness of his face, stepped) \before i tr
inch made a dramatic E
-iurs, and their succes- full of little children the baby 3'l'lrlL" engines. time but he turns Lis attentionto the curtain in some perplexity."GeuTuieu. .
t at least one small spectator.The .
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must' Lave been loyal Leslie's Weekly. he said "dere aiu
tome of the regular steady going stout shovel and tongs or perhapsa gwine

A GOOD UOCO Dn :'if-\TlON. stars, or "fixed. stars," as they are piece of firewood used ns a lever be no core!"-Chicago Tribune

.' .lIt: must furnish pub. Sponge Ilread. "I have noticed that the sale of called. Every dear night an astronomer would force It against the chimney .

'if the ancestral soldiers Hero 1 U a southern recipe for spoon Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver with a big tdescope looks at certain back; then a good sized stick, called a An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off.

bread: Stir Into a pint of. milk enough Tablets is almost invariably to those of these stars and makes his calculations back stick" was l laid on top of it, and "Home time ago my daughter t
: 'is were established by white conimeal to make a thin batter;
y who have once used them" says Mr.J. from which lie can toll Just the andirons were set in I.htce.cross caught a severe cold. She complained -
.i!IHrl' finally accepted add of baking powder.salt .
a teaspoonful '
when would the 'nt
sr ;: H. Weber, a prominent druggistof the sua cross se\< ) the andirons another good sized stick of pains in her chest and had a
Inter Ocean. and yolks
i ago I and two eggs: : the whites
fifth meridian. One of the great clocks "
Cascade. Iowa. What better recommendation was laid called a "fore stick, and in bad coueh. I gave her Chamberlain's ; '
which Law born beaten separately.Tour .
in the is 'alh'l1 -the transmitter
observatory (
could medicine smaller sticks were
any the Interspace Cough Remedy according to r
.. H. b..roo .nil iuoghter.. the mixture into a baking dish. have than for people to call for it because It transmits or semi crossed and thrust and piled, all quickly directions and in two days she was
,.j!k it that the smooth the top with a broad fiat knife when in need of such ? the that ) standard '
, appears a remedy Try out signal; keeps kimVed \by the live coals and brands.In well and able to go to school. I .
i 'It' always as careful of and dot with pieces of butter; bake and them when you feel dull after eating time. This dock Is set and regulatedby ; very cold weather a fire was kept have used this remedy in my family t,

1 ,; they fchould be. The sere in the dish with a spoon. This is when you have a bad taste in the star time, and then every day burning all night our father getting up for the past seven years and have

' siins to us in great excellent with gravy fur the nursery your mouth feel bilious have no appetite at three minutes and fifteen seconds twice to replenish It Even in never known It to fail," says James J
. once or
or when troubled with constipation -
',g a u-.\.1. Once her table. before 1: a switch is turned on, and the ; the coals rarely became extinct Prenderga, merchant Annato Bay,
and you are certain to be delighted summer Jamaica: West India Islands. The ;
1 : the stage In long beats of the jvendulum of this dock are Work In Comfort. with the prompt relief which A good heap of them cou.1wllb pains in the chest indicated an approaching ;

I I '.-r :llt1il'alt's.11 the "Lot your head save your heels" Is a they afford.: For sale by all drug sent by electricity over the wires to the embers at bedtime would be found attack of pneumonia, ;

r''s Itself for the girl. heeded would gists and medicince dealers.!! telegraph; offices In Washington and alive when raked open In the morning.J. which in this instance was un '
homely old proverb that, :
iliis as her right:: This -- New York. When the telegraph operators T. Trowbridge Atlantic.. doubtedly warded off by Cbamber-
, doctor's bill. A I'.rooklyn:
: i'ls her lie abed in the save many a MEAT & MALT has a marvelous hear this sound on their Instruments lain's Cough Remedy It counter-

, in has warm break- woman who dots much of her own dietetic value. While refreshing and they know that the noon signalIs Slander. I acts any tendency of a cold toward
I work: claims: : to have reduced comfortmaking to take it assimilation
pleasant helps all
1 .ui bhe The pneumonia. Hold by druggistsand
gets: up. about to be sent out, and they atonce Thechclorl wonder why those
devices to a science She sits of food. Sold byDANXHEfSRER medicine dealers.
-..L.sine from the play in at her Ironing, for Instance with bl'rf't BROS. begin to connect the telegraph flats are not supplied, with warm wa-

" daughter may go. She on a hassock, and says that ironingby wires with other towns and cities untilIn ter pipes like the others? Marston # Quina have a '
> t ty and makes over her minute two the "tick tick" of
a or The Benedict-They are probably
that method Is a delight A highchair line Rattan Parlor
,, fiat the young woman FOR LUMBERCall the clock! at Washington is heard In tended for married men. of
was provided for the purpose.
1 'ry night; and hate more on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. hundreds, of telegraph offices. The The Bachelor-Does that make a difference Suits,. and odd peces; they

When there are men call- The Saving of a Few cents on a bottleof beats stop at ten seconds before 12 asa ? are better and cheaper than
for estimates before
, 1 ''-"P. she cleverly or nwk- Vunilld Extract will not atone for placing notice that the nest "tick" will be The Benedict-Yes. When a man Is

f ,.5 on her training) efn.d the annoyance of having desert your orders for lumber. d6-lm the noon signal: and so as ts give the married, his wife generally "keeps him ever.

r, : goes otr to bed or to that is "just a little otl" in flavor. operators time to connect their wires !in hot water."-Philadelphia Kecord. The finest line of umbrellas In the
0. M. will sell furniture
1 the kitchen. When It Always buy lurnett's.MONEY. Pryor you with the standard time balls and clocks. city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go loot
than other house in
--- cheaper any
,', 'HT holidays, more than There are time halls in a great manycitesusually at them.
the city. Fatal Enough.
; ie girl who goes to the : on top of some prominent !-
t 1 "Do you think my new novel CO'ClSthe If you should visit the Union depot -
siasuore while the moth- PORTLAND CEMENT at building, where they can easily be "
W. R. Meriwether at 112 South W ground? or bi in that vicinity, don't fail
: mne. Sometimes! the youngs fcfob barrel. A V. CLCBBS, sera The one at Washington is on the '
in saloon.
I. ,. per "Well, I caught a brief glimpse yes- to drop at Goldrin 8 So.3
S a money getting position, Tarragona street, has money to loan Corner Bra and Uarden Streets. roof of the state, war and navy department terday of a man who had Just read It, You will receive a hearty welcomeand

4 the day, plays the lady: In any sum you may require at low building: at the top of a high pole, and be was certainly covering theground"Atlanta find the choicest brands of }j-

t 'I'; and spends her salary rates of interest on personal security TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY ready to drop the Instant the signal Constitution.We 'lQoes kept in the city. t
:: while: the mother j j7tf In the t.
stays comes over the wire. government ,. t.
Tablets. All Hot French Waffles with
Take Laxative Quinine
'' ie than ever and does the offices at and in
Washington will launder spreads for
L' f>-PORTLAND CEMENT at druggists refund the money It It falls to tiSolomon'
a" If you will think over the $2 60 per barrel. A. V. CLCBBS, cure. E. W. Grove's[signature Is on each many places in other cities there are I. 16 cents each and make them look Cane Syrup at.

u kuuw, you will find i that: Corner Bra and Garden Streets. box. 2oc. large ilftcki .caanficted wish 11 e- j!& like uw. Star Laundry. .. .'



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MRS. IDA MCDONALD What Im M..*.*..'. Title, and lie Ii a saves rtcclucps to wear them systematically -

Drvcendant of Solomon. each pair in turn.

Supreme Deputy of the Maccabees of the World. And who Is the emperor of Ethiopia? Silk mar be cleaned by sponging tie

Those who happen to I know may consider dirty parts with water in which potatoes -

IRS. MCDONALD, that I must do somethinf it !is an absurdly easy question to have been boiled.Avoid .

I M 1\.lTlBtxubien to regain my health. A answer. But such is the ignorance of : tisUt dotll:1! ;:. Tight clothing

Street, Detroit, friend advocated your Win things most necessary to know in disturbs the circul.ition of the blood
Mich., is a prominent a of Cardul treatment to which our people are sunk that only a 1:4'
that I decided to and the cause of red noses enlarged
woman who was w strongly
greatly benefited by the try ]it, although I had littletwoman'emedle'sne few are aware that Menelek II. of reins, flushing! etc. for Infants and Children.

faith In patent mcdiclnu.Win Abyssinia has borne that title since Keep all hooks and eyes and buttons

e of Cardui. Mrs. lam now very thankful that 1S.SU. He used to be called the negus, firmly sewed on, thus avoiding the The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne lime si .
McDonald is the supreme I did >o, for within ten days his full title\ being; negus negastl, meaning temptation to use plus and savin. the ;;na.turc
has been made
of Clias. II. Fletcher and under
deputy of the Maccabees blessed relief came to me, king of kings. The Abyssinian wear on your skill bands. Nothing hu
of the World, and one of ) and in leu thaa three monrrch used to be a mere king of wears and tears out bands so quicklyas personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow Jill one

the most widely known )(...144 JlcDool ld. months I was cured, and Choa but now he rules the united piuuin to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations ami

women in the United have enjoyed fine health kingdoms of Choa. Godjarn Djimma "Just-JK-jjootl" are but Experiments, and endanger; the
States. Thousands of women gather to ever since. I know there Is nothing better Do not throw away your scraps of
hear her lecture everywhere the goes. for a sick woman who wishes to enjoy per. Kaffa and Watamo. with some other lace, whether real or imitation, no health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

The great work she Las done for the feet health and am very pleased to jive my provinces; consequently he is an em- matter how badly soiled they may be.
The Kind You Have
Maaabeea is appreciated by every hearty endorsement" peror. Every scrap is worth saving even Always Bought

member of the order. She wa so abNo suffering woman can afford to Ancient blood is expected in an emperor though it be only enough; to trim the
1 Bears: the of
orbed in her work that she neglected ignore such a letter as Mrs. McDonald and it is remarkable that he of end of a necktie or add to a stock. Signature
to give her health proper care-failed write Her plans and advice have Abyssinia the most obscure of the imperial i
The red haired beauty who knows
to take warning that the symptoms of proved valuable in building up one of band, is of the oldest stock of I
trouble her women's in how to dress wears a suit of brown-
approaching kidney gave the greatest organizations alL At least that is his claim. ilu.
the sallow complexion! and torpid liver. the United States and she takes time to not the dark bright;: brown worn by
of the old royal fam-
j I But Wine of Cardui cured her the tame give advice which she knows will help his father came golden haired women but n soft light
t thousands of others and ily of Ethiopia that traced Its descentto .
: as it has cured yon. shade that brings;: out the sun and
I Mrs.McDonald has written this letter in Do not delay insecnringthismediorder Menelek I., son of Solomon by the I ,
bronze in
; the hair and softens the redtones.
that other Buffering women may cine. There is nothmg to train and queen of Shoba. Ailu was eldest' son 1 In Use For Over 30 Years.

t -1 secure from Wine she got from it. is before Will or will not
you. you under whom the kingdom of Choa attained III'ho mind their own businessare .
"For four yean I suffered with torpid secure relief now by taking Wine of to its highest(; pitch of power.Now .
successful because
liver until my skin looked yellow and dull. Cardui? All druggists sell $l.OO bottles Silla KiXassie's own name had usually! they -

f' I then found my kidneys were affected and of Wine of Cardui as well as 25c packages have very little c Impetitlon.-Chlcago

s, had severe pains across my back, and I felt of Thedford'. Black-Draught. formerly been Memlek. but he had News. \o tf. B. WRIGHT COmPANY
I been warned by a monk to change, it,
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otherwise he would suffer great misfurtune. -

A million suffering women He ?:!h<.ud! however, said the ; ) MANDFACTCHERS AND UEALKK: is
v ''i WINE of CARDVI have found relief in 't \
Wine of Cardui. 'I monk call the sn of his firstborn! by : las\ifleu! AuvertheIllent sl I J

r4 the name of Menelek, and the child so I 1 T..; _{ t LUMBER LATHS
christened would one day be the conqueror ,
i I of all Ethiopia and the greatestof : !
.1(af3t," -- un her rulers since the days of Menelek ONE CENT A WORD. .JlJJl SAWED CYPRE SmGLES-ilin- s Sc

be lust to Mr. T.rown's, amt calling for I., wm of Solomon. As soon thereforeas S-f- *l-f- -N > X- - ----I J

l 'i: THE MAN WHO the police, we made the raul., the grandson was born he was : >10N1:\ To Ll.11). ..- --=- PF.N ? -\COI.A. FLA

The woman told a very straight story, named Mew h'k. The really curious I ;

f HAS AW NAME which of course eoiivinced no one, and thing about this story is that it was MONEY TO LEND ou unproved I
Ii : real estate, in large or small ,
she was ordired to dress and come certainly told and retailed by an Ital- COAL AND WOOD.
i along, but before we left the hotel the ian traveler some years'In-fore Menelek"coiiiinortd I I amount at low rate of interest.
I I Call on L."lie K. Brooks, attorney 1
[Original.] called and identifiedher Et II[ and consolidated II
proprietor was up "I'ia"
h. f j at law. 2u4Jj S. 1'dlafox St., Fi.-hel
F I nrn a real estate ajwr.t.; In the! city! as one of the most respectable: patrons chip realm.-: London News. 1 buildup. Swim WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LtGER TRADF

b'l In which I live is a lUau of the same of the l1uu ('. Then the bills were I THIS WINTER THAN EVEi' TEFCRE

fJ \t nauio. My mime; is Award Arthur examined and found to be no more than The OM !Jnr.ta> I'" Trail. I MONEY '10-DAY- you herd

ir MilU.: The otlur fellow's name I is KJvrard necessary fur her traveling) expense Steps are being: taken at once to mark I uionej ? You cau borrow any SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW

Allen Mills. lie is a (IKrcputaUtf I The result was that she was, permittedto the course t>f the old Santa Fe trail I amount you want today on easiest
5: l,,u-k to bed after receiving a bumble through Kansas. The work is to be terms aud lowest rates anywhere Olsen & C
character, always Ki-ttiii Into tr.iuMi, obtainable real! Thompson ',
and I taken the on improved city ,
IfJ apology, was to feta done by the 1'I'II' children In the counties ,
i' and ns we luth l.noun as I:. A. t-state-Iom Win. Fisher, 204'i S.
tutu and locked up. through which the old trail ran.under ,
4 Jl' : Mills. I, li'in? the better tai-wn, usually Wortls11l1ot, describe the horror of the suin-n i isioi of the Kansas Palafux Street.: -- -- lu-tl _Manresa Street Telephone. 147. _

t\; .. pet the credit for his misdeed that night in a rd!. A drunken prisoner Hist?: rical stt( icty. :Sacred memories IF YuU want to borrow money, inVest ----

."{>, jr; Ills I father ninny years as,> was prominent was brought In fighting, \\ouian I IIl'l'l'a cluster around the old Santa I'e trail, money, insure your property ESTABLISHED 1862.

and was presented<< with a silver min"hil.: ... these jwHiple were an.l those interested in preserving the procure abstracts ot title, buy or -

}ir;:;I ;:t service. The son pawned It, and It making night; hideous without my l'l'il'' history! of Kansas want it marked so bell real estate, rent have property rents collected 01. McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
"was soon ported that r.iy father'stestimonial the rats were scurrying about within that\ Wit can be distinguished; for centuries any attended .
1 i or your taxes : to.
IDl fortunately! I had not been Imprisoned to come. The society will first o -DIALEKflIN-: 0
.:, : was to 1 be seen in the window call on or address Thus. C. Watson
till o'clock in the morning, so the have tf the old trail 111:1111'ft-
map & Co., Real Estate and Insurance
4 of a pawnshop. This alone tact
tit j1!t me hosts of friends. The only business night was !short, and when brought up er this is done then the school children I Agents, l' acola; Fla. Charges Ship Chandlery and General lard uare,
for examination in the morning I found in each district! through which the old I moderate. To everyone who buys

: 'J Mr. Edward Allen Mills followed was no ditlieulty in proving, my identity asa trail passed will enlist in a movement u lot from us we will lend money 80S AND 005 8. P.ILAKUX 8TUKKT.

that of detective" at w.Mi! ln' was very prominent real estate man: and was \ to establish small: stone monuments !, with which to build a house. bJUK1 --AGENOY

If expert. T.ein? li-hoiie himself, Le discharged! with a warning; from the every wile alllT';: the tr.iil. On each REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S HO.NH t tO. '

1 \ 1 knew how to track!: ilNhunesty. Justice to stick to my, oft n trade and let I monument will! be (\\1!sl'\(1.! "The Santa i __ ml('!:::t1.tcn '(-li.iol.KINDhKUAKl'KN I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A, RUHHELAHON'BFCNFra.

I fVT' One ftl'rulltII n messenger came into detect"o. work alone. I',? Trail." It will take; about two -hcbool-will be !'
tIr The next day a gave: the to complete the turn Csrdiji Fiis! Bill, liatlei! listr&amts, kirts:, Jisltrt, ItiliiCX3MPAti
newspaper !
I1 J my cCiee; with a into fir 1:. A. Mails years opened ut 35 Dust VYruht street, ,
\\t tikU'h I l1"'u.-J. it rt'al: cave of Mr. Edward A. )Mills arrested ma Slate Capital. WUI'k.-CHJahO-j' O.;t. 1 by )II-Margaret Mac-lay. $toS. LOOM ..:Tll

"Hit ( Call: at at t.e Ilir.RU-y hot,,l. fur putting up a jab to rut a prominent I ;3utttt.utt.C ; C. :McHenzls Oartlnjf( Collecting\ Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Ass

. ;\t; it 1'. Y. r.ltoWN. lady of a neighboring: city, and I K-rated Hard Leek.She elation
) !>-*
tj the justice for accepting his "gauzy 1 r.eemse: I ca.inot rnrry you donut -
}; I knee th.' man t') I." a large; I'l'all'- I' 'I
be dKlicartened. You must fatethe MiR..nAKAH l'lRSEManuracruler
story:' i
h.-1l tate ipenit, r in a Jr>Khlmrinity an 1Lopvil many of my :acquaintances with great world bravely. i and dealer 111 Hair Goad. |' THE GARDEN SECTIONIFensacolsi

t far ai iniiv rtat 0..11:. (ioirs detriment! to my reputation and mybusings He-It I brit a question of the world; : Hat-, Toilet Articles, Hair Oil ,

.'f',+y to the Lutel. I fi.und Mr. I'--nvn. who ; while 111illtillllh' friends l'\e got to fact niy oredltois.: Me ;3J: W.--t Uoveriunelit street. !I 0- OF-o

:fib 1 upon If.-iniiii.; tit! i was '.Ir. Mills have since hounded'me with their jeer I l-\.r i.4..1- !

told iii that during! the pn'eiluj as to my episode in the detective ltuI-1 CHILDREN POISONFD. !,; FOIL 'IiEN-L3ieev room, '' Florida..

i- clcht his Min had l-wii entered old ness. Many: children are poisoned and'I I I linM-hrU, with or without hoard ,

1.1", he lirul Ifi'it robbed (>f ?"", i in bills I'IiILll''rU\\ .1Y,iUSON.:: I made IITVOIH and weak if not kill ':1 :IJ'i'J' Err U-uivien-trt-et. jli-U '' Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus

I } Ti-hfi! he Iri: 1 with [him to make .tender -\ -( iK-ltnut." I ed outright, by mother giving them FOli 1CF..N l'-j-ru,1II citM,,e mi W. I ,

1 for a !!tee of ; n.prrty Inelahntt! According; to a Philadelphia: art patron I cough !syrupcontaining opiite: *. IF"IH'i i Jtu-M near DeVillins i street '1 Beautiful Lots for Sale.

i 4 r4{ '.: to have purrhiM..1. tl I.e owner sissirtinthat ;: I II the u-e of the word ".'iasl hut" astjpifyim II Hr-ney and Tar i i- 1\: tie and: One ;a mom and one 2 room apart

: it hH1lut been wild. | !_: a I'asst story may be tracedto : certiiin, rimptly for roimheionp\ mcht'.at'213, IniHidencKi. .trHt.,1, 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each accord
.l. All older. ,
mud tronblp: and I i- the III gaud Apply >
j ha' lung (only
'.. )(r. r.rti\\ii was a steady talker who Edwin .\. Ab1Ny, the artist, w : '
\ II I, prominent couch medicine tbst con ) MeHiuh. Ujlm'] ing to location and surroundings.
1 of fiatAris
!. would |N-nuit of no interruption and since studying! at tlll'I'a.ll'lII> tiller no opiateorotbrpoisori4 \\'. -- ,

i 11!Jf''r N Insisted on ;giving: me all the facts 1N'i,i in thK city, has arisen to the the prominence ::j:1.i D'Alembcrte, ll'l n. r.ibfox w.s.o.' '.LU. i Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View
; of p.i'uting: a "ktm't'Ot mronatKni
] t' fore I amyl get ill a word. I'.y that I Itlnio I II I street WAN n.IJ-\Il kinds of empty beet I Fertile Lands.
.,f Kil';: IMuanl VII. lit the High, Dry
I ) I cuneluilnl to let him rl'lIl.Iin' |i<>tJi."" 4. A. hrieumin. ii'J-tl
M 4 kin: command. After leaving Phila-
' ti awhile! in ixuurance; of my true H"'ai i for New York Mr. AMn-y was : C1'LSTUI3I1: clIlulu lit' \Viiitftl.. I The investment
'; t 1 delph'.t; hs K nj YCJ HateAI :, V1VAN'I'ElLadie grandest opportunity for ever
tiou. trusting that his! mistake might i ".nth. ais| RnejKltKM'H < "
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" Iii\ \ I a i-r<>mieiit member\ of the Tile club, to learn hair- cffered in Pensacola.
1 turn out to l>e of t-uiuv advantage: to and at the meetings; ; always! told the 'IrDIL U'" '6h.tat' dre.--.iijg, manicuring and facialmanage.

!. t ii II'.1 i." inc. It was, near (d oVloe! when I I si mi' :-hlr)". It was a pointless story I i Four wttk: completes Home Seekers Should See These Lots

; t called ad he/ in\ ilt'd me to go down!, tort ; about a man who had a chestnut farm LMtalogue Ill
! r dinner with him, \\tifii he would hilI \ei WIlIlIt.\t'I' madoany money because he i : (:It tul'I..1: New OrleauLa.. J15
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1 t plenty of time to give: Ill,' the farts It i couldn't resist the temptation to jive I, :\-1.I. ". III; .P '\:- -V1'-1" J." A.T.ClubbsCorner

: 1 j n was plain to me that I wa-i supposed 1 I i iI I his crap awa '. )Ir. Abbey always began I Follfwil1 i ja the !schedule nf the' j

/ to be Mills the tlttN'tiiU"II'II1 of !I! this story in a different w abut. government steamer Oeuerul French MEN-Our illu-trateU catalogue explains ,
it- I I which TMK NEWS print* for the |I how we teach barber trade Garden and Brie Streets.
t t' f Stills the teal estate dealer.! I revived I I woul.l gradually; lead up to it until his ''
j | ien, Ut of the merchant who fhir i I in short time; u.uiled free. Iul'r'
ortit ;t to take advantage:: t.f the mistake to get;: : hearers would: recognize it1111 cry,
,. that 1 heir goods to the \ariou-* army College, New OrleauLi.. ]j13 I f. 0. BKKNT, WM. H KNOWLKH W. K. HYKK, JK, JH, REEI'Pretident. ':
Home satisfiii-tinn fur the damage;: (I. lie : rhostmiisr: And in way. according -
fir i posts: --
Vice-President. Caibier. An't Ckkbier:
t me by )Ir. :Mills' unenvlab'.e: reputation to the art patron the word THREE young men Iroui Pensacola
i I Leaves t'pnsscola _....... _. .7ttla.m.)
1-,1. :: !\ by eating; a ;p IMKI dinner meant for him. ;gradually assumed IsIau;; t-iguiti- j I Leaves HHrrHnrn8......... .. ._. j:;4' 6. u;. and vicinity at once. to prep-jre for
' .. Mr. r.ronas an epicure and seti cat.ce.Philadelphia! ll'OI'tl.OAS"1.'Ont. j LiHftv.-. l'lcll..nlo ..._. .. .- H:' 0". m. Positions in the Government Ser ,
r tl ... H 5...
a Lf AVI a Harrancna uiI to inter-otuteCnrres. National Ban!
i'; II I The before uet feast with that plenty In-fore of wine.wi1 I A I i! U'avea Arrive 1't'o'6cols Karrnucas. no .11:10.._ _._a..m. .and ldlaa.Him m < vice.In-t., Cedar Apply Kipid*. Li. tC'-t-Zm: First

.1'f; eonMHiiii'i'ce I Bean the lee 1 Krai Yaa, Ha>8 AloafS! urI i nikei a trip to Fort McKee and tbcii re-
. 1\ J had fish b'rl 1 I had lrunU my share of A i ;nrns to narration. I KOK I-IAI..J;.
..lit two houle.-i of Wine I aignetwe // L"ftTs Karrancas .._ .... 1:111 p. m. .y y ,
- : 1 i-hampagiie. lit wl I Leaves t'u-kt-ns .... .. 1:5: p. m.ILeare.PcOacola '' FOR SALK-Second-hand set ofharees. OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
1 >+ f 1/I makes me stupid and s'.eepy. and 1 I 4-awp.: m. i 1
: ;:I Ia asked' my ln"t's perniN-inn to go up to I nTlCtI ;, I:I Leaves ricKcng .. ... ..... .. .. oia _p. _IIIArrl"f' in good order. Apply to :'
J hnrrancaa: ,:10: p. m. and n.Bkcf ThoFebley, room 410 Thieenbuilding. DIXLIDCTOIt i
. f'\f Ills room and lie down. He t<>ld tie t., to McKee and returu. !
have been authorized to tutu j rlp jtnT j tfA
: : .: do so and :uid he would h' np t'rese atpei I -ubscription C'1r'm.. JenpituriBryaiiV ','the7oat
I !I': Iy himself lie gate me his \key uhleh piper "The Commoner. \ria leave Barrancas via Pick BARGAIN can be had in one of i' D. O. BRENT

\' 'sd 1 iiiMTtul' in the door.! hut fouiul that it |I The price is $1.00 per year in advance. !: ns fcr Pensacola at 6:30; p. m. the lirie-t --idencn aid mo-t desirable

'"':'. I Lad Dot IM'I-II I..o-I Ued. I went !ill. felt 'i iI Those de"irln.the papercan \: The Oeneral French i i. fur armyparpo'eionly rectionof i Northwest Hillubject ,

, i ; ,. \ my way In Jio darU to one of two beds have it sent to Them by "f'rdiul1 I| ; and any outsider mint to guaranteed I lease" at fair rmi( A &d mIlU b n 1 u l in !
,I h j; I #U.GOtn the underpinned.i I lave! a pays from the !'tpiWHISKY f.>r three j'eiir-1. IMiti u! :nee eau: ,
: l' 1 la the riKiin ami. I'l'lilOlJ' "a I.- II.M. ROCH:, -m Poke pn""see n hivhARPER' be setn ut my office. A. V. Clubby
t.1 1 sent minded.:' irate off u.y dutLes 1111,1'' Yensiciila. fia-2w
I Care" DtilXpwo..
.-Ij' ii j II' went to Ill'll.t. 'I -- ,- crW draw oar own Hills! of Exchange; on Great Erltr.!n in' !ltl-
-- -- -
t I Suddenly: I was awateiuM by someone FOH r'ALK- Ibe most desirable Germany, France, Austria Italy, Holland, Hpain, Bel/lcm Ratf-is ;l
lots i in the city on ea-y terms, by
I ,J t in the ri-m::. I e\peeted to see Mr. i: U11ICSOLCures riireien Denmark and other European countries
I the Fi-hff Real E-tate Ai"nc\ way, ,
; :1ft' t11 11 llrown light! the gas but instead it 2u4'8 South 1'aUfox. iSilm
was lighted; Ly a woman.: Her luck! 1 -- ()'Vessels Disbursed npon tho Most Favorable Terns, aid 1t.e'l

, '.4 ''f': being; turned to me. I had time to slip I Rheumatism ItOaxlilltC HOIIHC.BOAHDINU I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of eetir-atlon( Ten or Fifteen Dell

:; .dli1i': out t'f and under the boil. rr 'ii my From far away Lo Angple*. the HOUSE; at Wh :'eferfprniK : after Veesel Arrives 1t8re.IrSafetJ' .

! t : ,\l' Idding platy s.itt: theM 1111:111 take out : 4'dll -, Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs.
II'I land of flowery, comes glad tiding-*. Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
; .uJi :;I a large; bund'.e 1: of bills coat them and I jJ Condon, propnevres. All the
)t pI place them under her pillow. Then I,I This i" the home of URICt-OL.: Thi ( comforts of home at very reasonable with whioh we hare a Priva partmeat for the UII

, remedy weeorigiuattd, aft .r pain--' *. Northern tourists will of Ren ten.
.'i y; //f( she went to :r dour leading to an adJoining I I rate
+ :I takint: and Ions continued re'emrch, Mod this: an ideal place to spend a
turned the knoli stealthily !
tt t room : by a druggi-t of forty-on year< *-s- ith portion of tae-easou. li'ultn '
t } i and listened. I'mally she turned out KING'S I
: II : pnrietice. It pleasantly cures Rbeti- I PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

I :) I the gas and get into the other \ll'd.t I niati-m, Sciatic"' Lumba-o, and ..... 31I.ellnn"nN._ '

t which for'unato'.y! for me, was farthest I I many form of KiJney Liver and H.ALFMAN. -nmbrtlU-------maker-, 315 TRY NEW DISCOVERY i W. C. ROWE, M. D.
Bladder troubles cawed uric acid
from the d"or. by cover1in
South 1'alafox street. KB '
t. i It was plain to me that I had got: into in the !system, It i# new, umqut andharmlpsi. and repairing of umbrella and FOR THAT COLD. Office: 17 8. I'aldol.H l .

the wrong' room, which, 1 su-pecttd.nai It builds up and ewes! = parasols a -pecialty. Silk covers TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. oon from 8 to ,:*0 a. m. and 1 to It
after all other remedies havp filled
the one next to )Ir. Brow II'". If so, I I always on hand. jan 3 'I
1 E I It i I. the pdralll'n-the queen of all Cures ConsumptionCoughs, and After 7 o'clockXliono
the thief and had lb.d
this woman was
r : remedies to the diseaez for I
f cure
I Uhied access to his romu through! the which it is recnmmendej. There isn ANYONE wanting bored wells, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, CO.

\ lnter\cuing d-Hir. Waitil:: till I heard "thinel-<> like it and it will prove fence posts or anything in the grocery -: PneumonialIay FcyerPleu-
Physicians prescribe it or dry goods line will do i
1 her sm! >re. 1 sttrtlthilIthertrl up my of incalculable value to sullerin
wisely bf-f jre purchasing to SH D. risy LaGrippc Hoarseness i JOHN S. BEARD,
erawling to the door humanity. A capitalized\
dotlu-s and unlocU strong !
for their most delicate :\ MerritJ. Olive, FU.B. jlilwHb'IU.1
.t xl it and went out. JIt as I did company I U bphiud it and it i it dea- Sore Throat, Croup and i iVhoopbcj i A TTORNEY-A T-LA W.

;il so the night wnl'llm:1Ittlll' alone! an-l, tuif rt to mark ;t new era in meets patients. \ Cou h. :
l ,I cal I ?cli>ncu. rruiraiit sell it at $1 i_ipir Offlep*-30'J: Thiesen IJnildi[
Kocins ii;e stealing, out (If a rlulll undresscd. OLD and PURE.For L DIAMOND thp tailor, ha.* r--
battle c.r 6 bottles! for $j (0..nJ NO CURE. NO PAY. to .
1 Hours-8m a a.
H-k in charge Howm-r. Office
t me
Wet O
( moved to 11.5a >vernmpnt
-tamp f->r particular-: aid book "fwond'rfnl Hale Price SOc.: and \1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE :
I sueew-ded in getting; him to Kt me rurps. AddreTHE byDannheisser street, opiMcitp Expre-s i I' 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m. ,i

prove the, story 1 told him, and after LAMAR ASI RANKIV DKI-U ('0., ere lie H prepared to clean, repair .I i will repair your waicitue our :i practice in all tats! and federal'
*Iressins I went downstairs with him. Iti\ .immm.Ut.or I'RiCioL CheuiK-al Bros and prf-. Indie*' and irntlt- : I jewelry in first-class! style. J. I''"I All bu.ln.." t-ntruttnl to me wt.: "

The room .I had slept ,iii .was found to losADjjelesCtl.. I I mens'tullor mades-vts. IGjoa; I I I Stephens. i prompt and diig-at attention.


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Mary were the daring par.! luring l 1

the ruisn! of trrrur in Paris to sdve soii'O ACUTE AND CHRONIC have been suffering id ; j

from Rheumatism long that !" .1
.: When so "
crackers II'.1:1:
you buy 1'< vt. al out to 1 > 1..1 to
you they can scarcely remember the u :: 1f
the ;:uiotiIw.I.101:: ;; them tL:.t witted MUSCULAR MERCURIAL .
want crispness and flavor-not time when they were entirely free ;;.i.- : ;
was ('OIIl'c \e-d for the: ycuiig; Marquise' .1' "
from .
t. an ache or pain, and have r t :
ec! la FI\ett.? was probably! tin ruo.tIJatl1.tic :4
dampness and dust. I in Its results. ARTICULAR ANDINFLAMMATORY. ItIgsinceforgottenthejo"sofapainless! :\ .. r.
existence. the
t They are at mercy of every >,. _
Jean 1 ru\-ilie was nil ideali&t. Thoughof ill wind, and their misery is aggravated g : "' j

When you buy ordinary crackers gu>el but not noble family, he joinedthe by exposure to cold or sudden changes ia t t" :v--,, ;i
: forces through I
I\'j olutionary simply the temperature. They become walking* X ';i ,

in a bag all don't a desire to better the condition of the barometers and most accurate in weather predictions,the increasing pains ia i '!J. I 1

K k you get you lower da."rs.11'n, however, he saw muscles and joints foretelling the approaching storm or the coming of bad ,.'tv. !,;" ,

want-not all do want. t Pans deluged: with blood he learned weather. It is from these constant sufferers that the great army of rheumatiC ilL ,! 1!

I you how dangerous it is to put power into cripples is recruited. Their bodies are worn out by the incessant pains and \. .
tLe hands of who do not Know 'J .
pKiple the joints become so stiffened and bent .

Ii To get what you do want and not how to use it. Jean had studied the that they are at last compelled to give :Bowling Green Ky. : i fi j

law antI btfijrv the revolution had liven up or hobble about on crutches. Gentlemen-About a year ago 1. *-i, .r

\ what you don't want buy suniL.or.ed to the Chateau l"a\otte\ to Nobody ever outlit ed Rheumatism; was attacked by acute Rheumatl.tD.i {nr '

Cf; rHthe old duke's w 111. There he had the disease never loosens its grip or in my shoulders, arms and legs below .; i. r,

: met the Marquise Louise, his daughter, leaves of its own accord, but must bedriven the knee. I could not raise my arm v .' :'
to comb hair. Doctors prescribed .
Uneeda and! she had, won his heart not only by out by intelligent and persistent my ,
Biscuit .
for '
me for over two months without t ;
the chnrui of her presence, !but by treating treatment through the blood for giving me any relief. I saw S. S. S. it r 3;t '.I IRheumatismofeveryvarietyandform !

him as her t lual.'hrn during: ; the advertised and decided to try It. :.

reign of terror one day the duke was is caused by an over acid condition of Immediately I commenced its use X t t' '.

)t;; in the In-er-seal Package lid out to execution and Jean learned the blood and the deposit in muscles felt better and remarked to my {[I )I : \11;

that Louise was to suffer the same fate joints and nerves of corrosive poisons mother that I was glad I had at last ;t, "

( with red and white seal. in order that the family of aristocrats and gritty particles, and it is these found some relief. I continued its i!

I''! might; !become extinct, he resolved to' irritating substances that produce theinflammation use and am entirely well. I will in; l' ;
always feel deeply interested in the
I MAC her even if he lost his own life In swelling and pains, i
I' success of S. S. S. since it did me so : '
1 NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY doing: so. which last as long as: the blood remains much good. Touts truly ':

] In drawing! the dukes will :lean had in this sour and acid state. MRS. ALICE KORTON. I
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1F. .3: <- noticed that provision: was nude for I To cure Rheumatism permanently 311 Twelfth Street. ,

..; tin return of a son and heir to the estate : the blood mus, be purified and itn i;- ." i'"j, ,

- -,----- --- will had gate to America with Lafayette : orated and no other remedy does this so well or so promptly as S. S. S. It, ; )

STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ "it.'n... 1,1. Ail .\ttroc'H"I.......>. :I to Dike pirt iu the American refreshes and restores: to the thin acid blood its nourishing and health-sus I

Henry N. Sjinan: the :attorney was The skirt is linisliod nr the lotol:1! i Ke\oHiiioi! and! had: been reported missing ; taining properties. And when strong, rich blood is again circulating through (!

lIlXIIO Captain, rmntly trots questioning a d'crui.uiiti.ehs. : with a llfm'i mule; with vile foe: I after one of the battle in which the I the body the acid poisons and irritating matter are washed out of the muscles ; i r I:

S jular: trips between \\ The i' >int imo\ed 1 wa to as- plaits and licsnii-d by a I'I'Il1"p..t; lund I French troops Wt 1'1' engaged.: Jean w'ent and joints, and the pains at once cease i' Land

Point WtihinKtoa and certain what condition the defendant! of white bth, cmlin/ideri'd in each-I) to the Chateau I'au-tte' jiroc-ured alikeness Rheumatism is a thing of the, "
7 \i ave liayleu street in from drinking liijunr. The witness I f
T\HS mITe c'ul.\' uThe straight: jacket of this young man and hind a past. S. S. S. is a purely"cgetablel
1fT :.I,i II\' at 6 ::1.111. and ara tet tiliiHl 1 that the man was not I medicine and docs the
, 6 > fastens: on emu side \\ ith large hand- fosiunn to make him up to resemblethe not derange l'
r, r ;port at p. in. sine day.
; drunk."Well. stomach like the
subject of the picture. Then, strong mineral
1'' 'port Tuesday at G a. m.
LMV ," exclaimed Mr. Sjiaan sharply who had been his remedies but builds the general t .
; an old woman up ]| '
, 11' at Pet$.tC* I.L 6 p. m. same ; :' .. I
ti Fir :, round trip, $5; ; one way I "were you ever drunk F laundress! for years, he gave her all the health increases the appetite and1 .'.

$j' 12nlm "No, sir, I never cast' .. :-< money he possessed! to sign a statementthat tones up the digestion. '

"How- many can )'ou drink without ,I'; 4 ; / she had clrril'llllcllilJ to the Chateau Through our Medical ,1'. ;!

fie Best 5c. getting drunk?" asked the attorney Favette twenty years before who the pain-racked, despondent Rheumatic sufferer will receive helpful advice i'i; ; : r

7/J.m's, for going; up dose to the witness. I II IJ had been adopted by the duchess In from Physicians of experience and skill without charge. Write us fully e ;; I

""'at you mean-kegs?" place of her own child still born and Your case. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. OA. li+ d

The attorney excused the \vltness. I without tittluke's knowledge of the '" "

CARPENTRY ANDELECTRICAL Indianapolis News.Jntenlle. tI Ip sul .tituthul.! J.ulnut. lie was-tlie l Duke Je la E. W. PEAKE, f'!'t'. :

It the day appointed for the execution -
was I'aM'tie, ami the reolutionistsiishrd '
WORK LOKIC' of Louise de la Fu HHe. Jeanas I and to Electrical contractor and builder, tLI I !
his ptIKi
to f.\tenniiute family
"I'a. will you give mo a )pair of skatesif soon as the tribunal whose sole business l- I after will do your electrical work in first- 'I ::1 1
so.--ioii of his estate. Therefore -
has ten ;;
Ri ?' nj; Pearl, & Dolive, phone 6(50(; 1 prove" to you that a dog it was to bring aristocrats to the a spirited debate! it was voted to ex- class style and at reasonable rates .t.,

vi L've any carpenter or elecmiiw tails? I gu.llotiiif: tame togttLer; walked up to him. He can hA found at 30 South Palafox !;l s,
& you want well done.DYSPEPSIA. "Yt'!!. my 1'011."t'll. ." the desk before the president and said: etute street. Phone 203. ; : '
dog has one more due morning a soldier entered the tl I ;
\\ to begin, one I "
la Pavette
('itizcn. I :am Antoine .
tail than no dug hasn't he?" nmucnaue ami read the names of a .
just 1'1.t\iI'II.1 from .tmerica'tthrre I
"\- ." number uf \persons there who were to .
I'S.'t.lI. haw l",en fighting: the great battle .
a ;
"\\ no dog has nine tails end if tl l I'l' taken oat for taetution. One of {faWWVW 1 .
Z which jo i ::ie lighting;: here1-the battle .
one dog has one more tail than iu dog themas Citizen I'autte. .
v4N of human liberty. I llnd that you j .
then one dog must 1m e tui tails." 1 Louise who t'lIl'llOSt'll that the man "
wa aTlrtlmofdy hate executed father, and slitter -
.r..1I J"ar.1 my my
., i lould eat nothing I He got the skates.-Line-ago Chronicle. t had made an t'rroIII reading citizen ;
pepa.t die If desire to cutoff
is to today.
. binuch vculdL you
's my instead of titiwiesvis trying) tojrit I
Last March Iu'I our family completely, must execute NICK'S
run .
since then I I up from her chair to jro to lurdeath s
iin as it ell aa1 The "'ronK'In.low.. me and nut the young girl 1 who Is when t-he saw a young man rise # o-1
The lady stood patiently before the supposed to me my sister, for she is not j' !
v Newark O. I I iiml take Iris place among;: the con
fa rtH-e-ixing telUr's window in a bank the ."",-... r a La Patette hating been adopted by demned. Tile nest moment the soldier
II ;_.- ';'- motherwithout her knowkdge.Vliat ." ,
oilier day but Ito one took any my read
CANDY I ir. r- : "
the attentionof "\ proof hate of the truthof
CAThARTIC of her till she attracted '' you I ">: he who was known as Citizcnesalmtle RTUflNT ';
the ii'oney taker by tapping with what you bay? asked the citizen I Is free to go" ; .

her parasol on the :glass. "Why don't Judge. \\ hui the batch was completed and '

you pay attention to me?" she asked "1 may easily be identified/ from por I the \lri"'Jllt'rsnore filing out Jean, 1' Lta Ii IRCgD petulantly. "I'm sorry, ma'am, but we11oi traits of me III the Chateau I'atette.Piesides passing Louise whispered in her tar: III ;

t here. Next win : my father must hate left a "
anjthing '
I pay i 1 die for you because I l love )011. '
dow, please," was the polite rl' llOnse.Hruokl'n 1 will. In that will he surely made provision : After the restoration of the liourlion.s DAILY MENUS '
for return, for he had 110prtad
: my
Eagle the I'uUu le la i'axette returned tj
Pletwnt. N',', I' rnt. '1',1' nnad. PoI I = : of tr:11h.s to of
.a s. : J. ur' ,4' K.50C: : I my my France lie had ban l lift for dead on Comprise all the Up-to-

... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... An Kffuoltc uiutilnntlon.Waggsbj'Cracious statement lespeeting;: my supped sister a liattluitld, taken by a trapper westward Date Dishes the Mar-
Rlmlui Hrwlf *rw,II.... a"Ir.ap..rat.' 311 : : If joung ( ot- I hate protided myself with the
and captured by a tribe of Indians kets of the World
. rox and Miss I'.lublud! are so fortunate sworn statement of Rachel Duprey of Ohio.
&/O.TO R<('S s "" .1 ir ;'l II J.I U.,.r i' nut a gut .iiuwt.It as to have their marriage blessed with r.orcn LLUK SEEOE. who tarried the babe to the chateau." In I'arii he found his sister, who had! Afford

children, the* rising; generation will be The citizen Judge looked at the young learned something of the plan by t
some buttons and is trimmed around who pn-put-ed to ,give: his life for
terrible tali; man
whi"h Mie had< l ltu saved from death.
!n I hin S IL Nag'sbj-\\liy so? the m-ek and at the bottom with the ain'tlur with astonishment then read Nothing that had been done by the Ladies' Private]

n \ if "money talks" and ombroidercil bands. The sleeve llari-s Ilachcl Impiey'.s statement. revolutionists 1 MCHK! u>t
'blood will tell," their progeny will inhuit at the iwittoin, whore it is finished with "Arrest this man and stay the execution MI;d the duke found little dilDculguile. Dining Parlor..iRegularDinner
n double edge, borde-reil with the cmLroidiry. "
Inducementsto f Citizeness Patette.
two mighty strong;: <> in regaining his estates.
tj ;
INSURANCE be colllllluniclti\'e.-Baltimore Anier- White olumise'tte. with lit Jean was imprisoned in the concierpoiio Louise de la lmtteccr married
tie black velvet cra\aL-Le Guide des the
il'lu. while the court investigated
considirmg hl'lwlf the wife of the man
'their l.uck."Jut Coutunerrs.Grnoefnl. statement. The will of
of his
ANn truth
who had third for lur. $o long as Fhe Daily. 4
luck paid I I'.orem. ":0:111."'; duke file teniu-d Jean's
my : the late on
: !lived she! made pilgi images to the cemetery -
HEAL ESTATE, alwa3S out when I all." and llecomlnir. statement as to the missing heir, and of l'"ie la Chaise to place flowers
said lissl'PP't'r. TIe new !short skirt is so stylish because written aftnlaut
5o she wall telling me\ stood by her I
No. anti
I South Palafox btreet.Dwellings. on the Kra\e of Jean Tiu\le, Short Order ,
of its tUring cut and graceful tarried Louise to Promptly .
that she had
when she died she was ltitIIM'si.I| ,' him. tIt
i "::he t..1.1 you the ame thing, fit?" generally becoming length: that it is the diateau. The court was too !busilywiKiKed LAUUA: : ICLUTOX.: : Killed. Night or Day

'W.i.I: I. .' ..f :t .lrlblM "1'es.! Only she s.iid it was jut herluck.I'hiladeilhia Mire; to find universal favor for all tilt'pUl'jllISt'S in its bloody work to probe
.. : I it is Intt'iideil to I'en'e.11 The SlsniilrnnJ Sentence.
/ I'rl'!'!'. the matter and, decided\ to consider Jean
I: III V Iri.)1I'art;; the most important It'aHometbtngUnod to Rat
previous' efforts to bring short skirts "A woman always \puts
the rihtfl1lllt'ir: to the Patette estate. wlshyou'il find It at
.. you
:; the City: A NIGHT ALARM. I into the ultra fashionable fold have The next question was, should he, hav I thing in a letter at the wry

.... fallen far short of their mark, but end," said he."Sometimes.
.. "ntainingld roni. Worse than an alarm of fire at night very toluntarily;: i'C'1him! "
nl+'enwnces. bath one does it, tOI). said
this! to promise greater a man
season twins :
: 'a"r !liM>r., corner lot is tho brassy: cough: of croup; which'soundslikethechildren'sdeath He hail fought in the cause ,
:, ,. I I.hruhh.rystable.Out. knelt uct'C''S. of hbtrty America and had acted she "+vhen he makes a statement of Popular Restaurant.
.. No. ..U0;,,,( LaKuar I Short skirts are box plaited and side indebtedness null then adds, Tiease
and it death unless nobly in presenting himself to save
\ ..' ,% ng house, containing means somethingis plaited, the plaits stitched down! to the I remit.' "Washiaetou star.
kl"\\" II HH lUf force dee i done quickly. Foley's Honey and t ,
knee. The lining is lilted closely from -- --
'- Nil 11.! Ka: .t Intendeulory I mmm
Tar never fails to give instant relief the waist )line to this point from whichIt I
,. modern dwelling and quickly cures the worst forms of falls in a shaped flounce below. This A. ::: :: AverysucCESsoR +
'JI 'it detrableectionOfthe croup. Mrs. P. L. Cordier of Man- finished with a little plisse frill helpsto .
;turthuHarcelonnestreet niugton. Ky., writesMy: three
flare of the skirt.
accentuate the
II. ID old girl had a severe c'e of LODGE DIRECTORY
TV .dwelling. rooms. year ( TO AVERT V WOOLFOLK,) E
b., -\III. I.guare. 1'0.3.; East croup; the doctor said she could not One Important point in the short ,

rturret... new !-slor\' modern i live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey skirts is that they should be perfectly IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF ,

,'inns. ,very desirable sec- and Tar; the fist doe gave quick relief round, clearing the floor at precisely KNIGHTS OTPYTHI AS.PennAcola 1 A
Iot v. situated on :North and saved her life.1' Refuse sub the same distance nil around. Any HARDWARE. .

> 'a, "-a Strong and DeSoto stitutes. W A. D'Alemberte, 121 8. dipping down here and there spoils the Lodge, No. 3, K. of 1\ I 1

1 'ngln good order with Palafox street.Cleaningladies. / It
style entirely.It meets every Mondty eVfn-
.' '" nad t> doors water from throughout tbo belt, t skirts and waist" is this detail of flnish, style of cut Iron, Nails, Axes: Hhove: I Haw Mill and Hteamboat tag at rao at Cattle all. i t IIJ
t and Oils In tbe Bloont Watson : f
\ Supplies, Cooking Heating Stoves, Paint, .
'II Barcelona street
C. is one of o"r specialties. Star Laun and trimming and perfect adjustment tialMlag third floor. '
,111'' int:7 rooms, city water, Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and Fi-hing Tackle. vIsIting brethren cordially i
+: a'witli large corner lot. No. dry. which makes the new short skirt so St ,
.. i Izht street. superior to the old one and paves the Agate and Tinware ana Ilonsefurnisliin Goods. : welcomed J.A.LlLK. '; 'f j
0' iing,n rooms newly pa- 'c' UOE8LEB U C. ;
painted thrniiihout, on Medical Society Attention. i way for its popularity. *"AGENBFOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY: 8. K.Ii 8.
"" .l".i Kattiregry.treet.;
'. :"Ig.citywaterandbath! There will be a regular meeting of I Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery --- tr :

.air hl.M'k! of ground* with the Pensacola Medical Society at Ironing Without! tire Wheel Co., Liftin A Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kilsomiue Damon Ixidge; No." 13 I

.t> r ale.wt.w .trees, No. "' S East hi Board of Health ofPce at g Every house had its tinder box, but Iron Km? and Buck Stoves and Ranges Wm meets every Tuesday evening at T.Ht, at : t

..''I Inc, :yo 41.;> East C.rl'lIo-: )'clock p.m. Tuesday.< Jan 13 and 27. flame with flint and steel Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'a Caitle Hall corn- falarox and Garden i
r vans, newly papered and Visiting; physicians! are cordially starting a Made Railroad Colors. streets. YUUlogKnlgiitscordtally invited. { .
, was a tedious process at the best, and ALliEKTjOHShOS, i :
Belmont street, 6-rjom nvited to attend. Masonic Temple 3g Pensacola Fla DANBFBrtr: C. C.
an ugneichbors
lire" was / ,
>tv water, newly painted DR.W. C. DEWBERY, "borrowing K.of Ii. A K.
I ,. ". :> "-ttiAleanltstrhet: a newi OR. L. DEl\1. BLOCKER, lose his over night.; I am unable to ,
rooms.a I. O. O. F. -
,' t -l Belmont street, city n25ttf Secretary. say how long this custom continued F SAMUEL CHARLES i
'1 it 5 room cottage newly "
t, ., Hiij reno\4ted th'JUjlliout.I ; PEARL & DOLIVE. but I must have l.rl'lSl'n'n or eight I' II Pensacola Lodge No" 4 .
:>- aKua street, a neatlyt years old when a agaboadish! neighbor
rwmi cottage in food cou- came to our house one morning with R 1] BDDT AND SHOE MAKER, meets every Thursday evening at 7:7 atItalordha11F
i nice lot city water.mailer !4 Went IOlendeDcurtt'.
: ,' dwellings as welltore wife's footsto\e to get some coals. i
i his Visiting brethren cordially In\.ltold. ,
9 1 .and offlcea tuft KKNT. Call on them at the corner of Gar- reckless liar, of whoa it .L 4 REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT. J.K.Loso.N.U.J.G.WELSH 1 ,
lie was a
den and Alcanlz street carpenter .
. THOS. WATSON & CO. would Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes Leather Findings. Secretary.AMERICAN
I'a and electrical work,or phone 660. was proverbially said that he b !KxJ9
F.-tateRentalandtnsurance "lie for the fun of it" when the truth
_ "uth falafox Ktreet. GUILD.
to his adranSage. .
would 11aLC't'n more
Try Gnnther's Candies at -
As we had had our breakfastmy
Solomon's. Peneacola Chapter No. GO"
Herring Bros. mother said to him, "Your folks WICKS&CO.Plumber

must have slept late this morning, Mr. F, E. BRA WSItR, LISDIBSTRCTH, .
Secretary Governor.
torUHSG; ANTAL-MID Daus." T.less you. DO:" he replied.Ve .

lit .; \ illy: constructed Wagons "\ were tip at daylight; and my wife .
Gas and Steam
,t removal of dead animal These tiny Capsules: ire supcru has done a large ironing; I rememberwith Fitter K. OF L.

R": .:'..: ,e city limits. to Balsam of Copaiba, x \ i( what good natured effrontery he I
: '>ve dead horses or cows for ( the laugh against him when Local No 1.105. '
o V Crbeb and Injections ffifi ,| i i joined in Assembly
liar each. No. 6 South Pftlaf ox tret, 1 It
A' ;, ,,' HERRING RROS., They cure to 48 hours tin" v_x my mother said she would like their Meets tint Monday In each month. tt

t 1\1' rderGoulding.. 3ae" Lyoa."t wrthtot &nyln..aic" recipe for doing; an ironing;: without oi Plumbing: and Rc PitHna a Materials Ktr W.F.H.THARP.W t'.'
:i Eat Intendencia street. ,.L(; are 0 q.. *n nag I.r.mcTc: Ere.-J. T. Trove bridge !Atlantic.. IELFPHAME *91' pa.w'l A .' Becrttary.THE # ;


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one of the beet sites in the countryfor

a shipbuilding plant one of Pen- WILL OPPOSE Cherry Pectoral Strongest in the World.

sacola's progressive citizens, F. F. -

? _ Bingham. 'gave an order to a local THE NORTHUP Ayer's; For hard colds, chronic
shipbuilder for a large bark to be
BrnMrcd at the Post Office at Peniacola, coughs. Askyourdoctorif he The Equitable
fll*Mdond-elMi natter.v placed in the Kouth American trade.
The vessel was built of Florida has better advice. ie
>mCC-PUft: Building tl\% South
fuatontreet. up-ttalr wood, by Florida labor, for a Florida j life Assurance SocietyOf

owner, and it is one of the etaunch- -
est and fleetest vessels in the trade. I the Unitfd Stat.' .

Pensacola can now talk shipbuildingwith If you are feeling out of sort, if
Ttrmi: Invariably in Advance. WIRED SENATOR MALLORYTO hENRY B. HYIli, :, L'IunderPreliminary ,
/greater hope of success.-Jack- your circulation or your digestionis
OM Year by Mall_____is 00 AMUSEMENTS.
*.i* MOnths .. _____. __ :x 80O ) sonville Times-Union and Citizen. bad, you ought to think first about !,, -
.. Carrier Payable Monday 10 HOLD UP NEWMAN'SNAME
The above references to our city, \SES2SHSHS2SaSSSaSHSSHa? your liver. Probably that U all thatis Statement. JanOutstandingAssdxance.1, .
Mrtrliu'ng Rates Furnished on Application FOR ATI MLA wrong with yot. HEPATICDRAiprovides |II I ,94.IIA'
I U ii quite evident emanate from
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CORTON'S MINSTRELS.Gortoo's for the best health possible j \ ? !

TELEPHONE NO. 118. one who is familiar with Pensacola, Minstrels will show at and will answer all your needs. If I( Income ..... .... .... Gt< "", .;.

its people and affairs. Such noticein strong protest will be made the opera house toaigbt. The band you want real good health keep the [ New Assurance .... .. .Tou'r'Assets '''-'
the great and good Times-Union liver right, and there is nothing !
against the confirmation of Captain of this organization rendered excel better to keep the liver right than ...... ...... .. .. #
aud Citizen is sure to attract wide lnli) | )
lent music
at street at
Wm. H. Northnp as postmaster on parade noon
attention and do as lots of goods. Pensacola,this decision having been today. Agood crowd should see the i I Assurance Fund and
PE5SAOOLA, JAN 2], 1903 performance this evening. DanIel James of Pensacola, i iI j! all other liabilities. as-i.
arrived at today by a number of local Fla., says: I want to tell you how I II

I Surplus .... ...... ... "
who said much I appreciate liver medicine .
NEW SAILINC republicans, are to I your -iiuiv
l1 MB. W. M. BALL, so long manager THE SENSATIONAL CREATORE. HEPATICURA. My wife had
have enlisted the co-operation of a I; The largest Increase ever mad ,
of this paper and recently assistant been sick ior a long time. I did not I II a:i" ?
: r editor of the Times-Union, has just LIST ISSUED number of their democratic friends Creatore the brilliant Italian bandleader know exactly what was the matter I[ In the history uf the "ocir.v

will be the with her. 1" it must have JAMES \V. ALEXA
been promoted to night editor on seen at opera suppose WER. l'residsc
and induced them to sign a paper, i been liver !
4L that paper. His many friends here -- petitioning Senator Mallory to do alII house to-morrow night with his have some a physician trouble.very often I had, but to <)| JAMES H. HYDE,, l mtctiOOWLES

will be pleased to learn of Mr. Ball's The Gulf Transit Company this i I large and excellent organization she did not get well until she took i'
i11_ merited recognition by the Jacksonville in his power to hold up that confirmation -,| from the land of sunny skies, and HEPATICURA. A few bottles

paper.: morning announces the dates of arrival -, which is alleged to have '1 the same: sensation is likely to be cured her. She is well now and ,

I1FI _ of fifteen steamships, for Eu- never complains. I give it to the I BROS.
here that New
experienced kept
II been done already, not, fajwever, children and take it myself, and it ,
IT is currently reported that the ropean and Mexican ports, only two through any effort of the I York City music-mad and kept Cre keeps us all well. Sold by all drug-, General Agents.
.p $1il Beaumont wells have ceased to Peiuacolajsenator. atore the popular craze all summer. gists. I
of which are now in this "
t that the port.A I } --. 309 8. Palafox St.,
: gush and by pumping process Nothing like his personal success -- -- PEXSAl'OU.TIII .

.:. they yield 75 per cent salt wat r.Hero' notable aunoucement is that I It is stated that a numerously 1 has been known in New York for RARE BARCAINS. : -

:; a chance for some one to revive there has: been three vessels char-
j signed petition was telegraphed j years, and it is only equalled by recollections -
tjicfi the salt water gold scheme and' tered to load for Genoa two of of such people as Car-',I Seventy-five acres on Blaekwater :
from Pensacola this afternoon Mr.
I to B rich black hammock
IY : lands two
i '
give the victims of the oil speculation which are the Pinin and Italia. The mencita Chevalier, Anna Held, etc., mils-, fr"mlllton.. particularly

another chance.w ---. -_____ I I third steamers name: is not given, I Mallory, begging him to use his en- iu the earlier days of IIamnierstein's adapted to pecan. This land joins JA )Y aRIY% tl
deavors holding buck: the name. the celebrated l'ri 'lar
:. \\iKi! THE statesmen Washington I Everywhere he goes It is I I pecan grove .
it will arrive about -
although the last
and .
1't( l J have been indulging in a lot of cheap II I I of J.stiuary.Four I What the purpose! of thh is can onlybe I the same. His coming will bA a I is partially hundred: : aud eighty; acres, W Iwlt..a
# ic1 buncombe over the removal of the to later enter a strong protest j sensation, and at the same time one 100 acres cleareJ, 7 miles from Milton

\ : tariff on coal, but at tnis distance it 8pmish"esstls will maintain I against Capt. Northup being finally i! of the grandest musical treats that I 3j miles from the railroad on Kctail (iflll.t-r...
I looks like a very stupid piece of the increased service to Liver I 1 can: be o1T red. Besides the the bund: Yellow River at Faulk's Ferry KUHle.UtI: .. I-u
I installed in place cf Rix M. Robinson -! Well watered and with good dwelling -
'" work. What sense was there in authorizing pool. be will bring a vocalist, Mine. Barili, *, outtioups and .

.,' fl :' a drawback ou all importations The list shows that the steamer I and the petition urges the leI j I Ii a lyric soprano, who is highly praisI There are 40 acres fencing.of cypress in Family, Fancy and Staple

t 'i.. for a year, which means that I appointment of the present iacum- I by the critics where she has been this tract worth the price of the ." Groceries
: ',,\ Glantou has been forced from the whole. This land has been grown t<
J f J the government will continue to collect -. I bent. j

t '1 43: ; the duties and at the end of the Tampico coal. trade by a substitution It was widely circulated today made.extensively; here to are cane I'M:!and( acresof large fenced profits and All Kinds of fp-ti' (.,? -y

t time pay all those collections back of the August Belmont, and on her "OLD pasturage adjoining which i is free. Goods

ftVt. to the importer:? Does any beUSlbleltli. I j I return trip from Tampico will that Capt. Northup's name had INNOCENCE. Eighty-one acres, 3 miles north of We are Sole Distributor- f tit \\V-xt

; c person imagine that such procedure carry never been sent iu by the president. Mr. Tim Murphy will be seen here above with good house, well and Florida for the LYlt-bntut taft du
cotton to Bremen. spring fei ponds. This tract i* I;Monde Coffee, Sen Home ,
: i* going to reduce the price of coal -- I There has been ,practically no denial shortly in that delightful comedy valuable in connection with stock : III'S, lllini and Clil1ln: FI..ur-li.ri.MM: **-

: to the consume" ? It Is nothing more REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP of this report, and taking everything 'I entitled, Old Innocence," which is raising. The wood and timber will i Delicatessen German A.inr ,\ au

tTh t ;:I'1 : or less than a clever scheme to subsidize j i into consideration, there seem about as full of human nature as pay land.for clearing and also for the .i i Food Co.'s Canned MeatK- Ail
of which
A Little Bey't Life Saved. are sold by all lir-t-cuj-
the rich coal dealers who can Mark Twain's proverbial dog with
f t' to be a great deal of truth in it. A'o such bargain: a* this has yet ,, Retail Grocers in the City

!dJ.: tions. Why did they not simply and Chauibeilain's Cough Itemedy. It I Capt. Noithup has sent no communication done anything better than this, lands have been cultivated for years (J02-OOI SOUl PAI.4IOV

l : directly cut oil the tariff on coal,and saved my little boy's life and I feel of his alleged good fortune I and indeed it would be hard for any. and I know what they will produce.
They are convenient io market
J. save a lot of red tape aud the employment that I cannot prai-e It enough. I'! to his office force here, and cue one to. The three acts serve to will be sold at a bargain on accountown'r --
I bought bottle of it from
a A. K. fstfsere
of a clerical force for the j jof !' bring out a truthful portrayal of the of engaging in other buine's.
1 Goodwin, 8. D., and when I got I them of said this morning that ne
':Jt1'i..11, necessary book-keeping? That might I h home with it the poor baby could! 'I I difference that can exist in the ha- For particulars, pric and terms,

. (.t bave beuefhled the consumer but hardly breathe. I gave the medicine wasas much in doubt of the captuiu'a ': urns of two members of the sume address NED FAY. SVIO] EBUftl

: ; 1', this drawback wout. II IIta as directed every ten minutes until appointment us before the name was !I[ family. )Ir. Murphy will be riip- J9f l'euicola: Fla.HcaiN .
': "thiew and then I I
( up"
t thought sure -tut in. He seemed inclined to regard :1 ported by Mi*s Dorothy rtherrod and Should >eH'rt.I,..
Hi Lane3's Gopher Sjftt'ttI. i he was going{ to choke to death.Vt'
"'r:' "J< ,.' !''hud h to pull the phlegm out of hi- the report witli much i'uubt. !j la company of well known excellence j: Never nHurp thi* trouhl Use at

,;...'*> Hon. C. H. Lane) one of the ablest ,,, mouth iu great long;; strings. I am Rubicon said tnii I I.Po"tma.ttr 1 when he a[Ipeal S at tte opera house i once the remedy thattopped it for

['1. .I;,1 attorneys and public speakers po-itive that if 1 had not not thai ... I j i. next Frid-iy ui,;ht, Jan. 231.: .I Mrs.I N. A. \Vth .ter. of \inuifl, Va.sto } oTF)
-11-'i-{ in this city was a member of the !biittla of cough medicine, my boy ulOJCl.iuci that he had nothing of a !; I II I writes; "Dr. Kind's New Life ii

!j4, 'i" Alabama: senate from the Twenty- w -uM not l he ou eaith today.JOELi3IT : coutiaiiictory nature, and that liej I I i KINDLY: TAKE NOTICE that Kly's i I Ii Pills wnnlly cure t me of sick headlaches i
,) I) :: Inwoud Iowa. Fur I i Liquid Uieatii Halui 1uf treat heue- | I ha 1 stillered from for two .
l t. Third district in kS1lie( has recently all dru aud medicine dealers. '!'saw Capt. jcjtrs": Cure Headache, Con-.tip
>:h'its 110 iei-ou why Northup :]: fie to tho-H LlIrers Inuu nasal c-i-1,
;, had printed and published in j I It, should not have been selected lie I I urrh Will cannot inhale freely | tion. I5ilioti-uf-s. 2oC. at W. A.
'iqfID; book f 01 in from stenographic notes t I(I through; the ho.-e, but must treat I t D'Alomb'-rtp's drugstore, 121: :South r
'. ;, was an aspirant to the oi'.ioe and 11'.1"I Palifoxs-trett.
Ills celebrated Gopher speech made : i I themselves by spraying. Liquid
AGED NEGRO 1: Urea in 15iln a i Hers in form, but not ,
ii a rl.; in the senate ou a bill directed entitled to consideration: as well as
I i medicinilly: from the Cream ll.dui
'41 il) agaiut the railroads. Mr. Lauey | t uuyuue else. I'.: that has flood lor years at the heaJiof VALUABLE CITY LOTS.

I. l : confes-es that this: speech had much 1 i; FOUND DEAD Mr. Ilobiusou did i not caro to "say, I f'llIthiiEr"r catarrh. It may bef :; See that Each Cigar t is
ud III : atoll.liter. The'
to do with his any II --
lt political career -.
I t.. whether or not he would make a price, including:{ a spraying tube, i? I|I ,
.... i aqi i'.f in Alabama, us no one afterward : G'ictS" .,M by Jiiuvw aud mailed : j Of the large number! of lot recently : Stamped.
\ i ..!- ; took seriou-ly what he hud to I I 11;li t for the position. He wus thor- by Ely HrottierVarrei; I purchased by Mr. O. M. Pryor

.' 11 ay. The book is! dedicated to the :i' Ocar Spradley, 75; years old, a typical i! ou hiy satisfied that his past conduct Street Kew Yi rk. aud ,' FRANK REILLY.SOLE
i placed on sale to desirable purchaser : .
r '' .'P } .i surviving members of the senate 01.., : example of the ante.b llum ,. was as good a recommendation I; Children'licn .-('-'Iolhloa-- --- *, many 'have been sold, but

r ) i that date. ._ __ ,islavp|I i expired suddenly while Bittingjbefoie as he thought was neCE:>s.lfY. \\ a child is oM enough; to runabout I smile of the choicest are still held by ,' AGio':>; r.

, : I l..t; :. iikiu-oia's! Manti (.ta... i j i an empty lire pi ice at 211 i! its body clothing should be so him. i

I'. .JJi:{ :j Pensacola is the l Honda ,,' louse us not to iiiipcde dtlicr voluntaryliiOtlUC1lts i lIe will sell to actual: settlers! onmot !
: only city East 11'>mana: street at 4 p. in. yesterday. I, THE NOMINATION! IS HELD UP.A I or thf free expansion of the'' PENSACOLAiPressing
I t r that celebrates Mardi Gras. All favoruh'e tt'rmolC. as he is de- .,
,, ,
htl ;' His ulUictioll was athima. I trunk. This j is (,,,.ontial If tliojfxy Is
t I from to''ITUE ttr mined to build this :|
Florida should therefore take u pride I telegram Wurhiugtou up property.
to tloveloji' sound organs. L'ndrr the ordinary
Spratlley hud been in spiutslI ,
good !
f.; / r in the event atd encourage its continuance I at 2 o'clock this afteri i cmiditiuns of health the trunk ClubFOR

\ I'iL; : by visiting the deep water II I j I a few moments before and requested II IIr I!' noon eays the nomination has: been !, dots not Ill"-" any artilk-ial support MONEY TO LOAN

I: : u r city iu large numbers during the I,r a choice plate, of victuals. When At the Luau Office ofV.. It. Meriwethor -
i held up pending; the filing charges To Clean Satin Shorn.Take llirtouth
t ,
carnival ,;: the food was brought he still sat in I! I Tarragona meet. i,
Ii: from 1't-n-acola. The message was a piece vt tlanin.1 and dip! it In You can get any !um of money you '
C : I\ The Pensacola Mystic Carnival :|,, the chair but life was. extinct. Judge ;i; i Fjiirits of wine. iub with the grain of I j jimy weed at the lowest rate of in- ,

, Association H composed of the most :!I Wolfe rendered a verdict iu accordance -:1 from a well informed gentleman. the !satin turnins the llmnel as it pets i i tHt- t. You cm be a-ured of fairtreitniut One Dollar Per Month

t f t 0, Active and influential business men '!: with the above. 8uilciln light color may be cleans i' and strictly confidential
ftif I E<:ZI'Ut0: Cl UK, Ml 1'\Y. business relations. j7tf ,
. : of the city. They are thoroughly in this wa -. White satin f liot* should I In Advance to MeinbentiClothes ,

h; 'r''', and harmoniously organized. They !' VACCINATION.i:1 Your druggist will rrfunJyour money If alnajs ln kept, in blue paper to ireveut Cleaned and Pre*> iI '
f FREE PA/.U UIMM EM' full to cure Kingworm, S Do
you: want a magnificent watcf : .
I::; ,:; E) have for years made a study of the 1 Tetter. Old Ulcers and (;-.ores I'linplra' di.scoluratiou. I for little money? !If so, call ot I I often a* desired. Your <::111

; :k4!! science of entertaining, their success, ; | :'& on the luce and all skin diaCtt i \\hltp Marble Manleli.You I Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate pent for and dpl verpII. Can
9'iri! uth Palafox and Join
[1; ..v. 'i in that line having been fully Competent physicians will be in .*.. to cents. ___ I can hide the white marble man-, you. I!;1 Club.Laiies1.

c: \ ; monstrated by previou carnival-, attendance at the otlice of the Cay ', You want a coed piano tuner to trII' t'c!' l Ioy plastering it all over andfinishins -

r;' :,.tt I l\ the brilliancy and uniquensss of Physician, over the ilice of tHe (I| stay in Pensacola, still you hold i: it in venetIan red where IN YOU WANT GOOD WORKS i Plain Ms a amci.111.:
? which have heretofore called forth this will harmonize with the woodwork. i
Southern! Expre-s Co., from 9:00 a. | !back your order. iSend it in. I have: Yours fur Xeatne,
strong prai-e from those lully coin- | to iIMI i WhClIl':1flfully done this may be rnlod CHEAP NOW IS THE
,) in. p. m. every day the had 20 years experience and have ,
Fi off to imitate bricks or-tilos.
: i peteuttoJuh.e.: j week. i1'h"y j I wotked in several piano factories. ) G. W. IRWIN.DO
( .
14.; J' : j The Pensacola. carnival this year| will vaisinate all citi1.en,1 TIME TO BUY
Orders; left at John-on's book
will last store ; Train the family to save your steps.
h two
11 da-F..bruHv 2and ? I
who apply, free cf charge. All arl'i
j i will be attended to. I-ibor' is imiliii'linl by having to
; : RO
24. It is announced I that
, vsill J urged to avail themselves of this CU.-\5 W. I' F.?SLEY. hither and y<.n for utensils and ingre- I YOU KNOW
,t 1 i" 'i be fifteen allegorical lljats in tl1..1 otTt-r I
withut -- -
delay. diints. Think out an arrangement that A* we are cU.sii.g out Stock to make
!h .1 parade, and that they will be !tIFk I 11111 KIGIIT KEEKMAX '
: I more 1 The certificate: which each person I1IIIKTh II I j will sate U'ps. ri-oai for New Goods *ouu to arrive." LUMBER ( 0

\1 i 'I'1, beautiful and gorgeous than any I j vaccinated: receive'', should b c irefully !> ruht: remedy at the right time a large tock of dr-,-B-l '
Y I! '"1 I, heretofore built tl-ere. These will! ': kept, as proof of vaccination i H a friend indeed. You cannot be I 1 l)on't work yourself to death every None will b'.! priced at i j and j"i-t-. i Set their pru -

if t be seen in the night p luad!'. lucre ;, will be of value, not only schoolchildren I too careful about having the right :l: .tirn' will al-o be day pageants of an attractive I I remedy on hind when you need It.1| to get all the work dune and find nothing -' many below. For in- ,i
bat to all who
I are working his
i said by a man ot knowledge! to do
I ;t! j' tjpe. 'If in'factories and other pieces where and gou.} judgment that ino-t bud tomorrow. in-tance we quot.5 *-- Hot Rolls, at 5 P. m., lOca

i"i".I f: ,iiI.; It is the Lope of the carnival association -1 j I a number of persons are I' I health i paused by a bid liver. HKPAT1CURA t: As far luck as fifty-three years ago: : 5 \' Set Mead's: Work*.U ; :: ) to have at leat :i few of the j Itha Lest: liver tome ;5 \" let
I! :: I| \ HA Yi, > which will liven up that member! in I| there was in Germany a woman's j'apir henly llokS.l 00
J'vi: l' nation's largest war vessels in theI1I1 1 edited I' a woman. 5 Vol. he; Ewinj '; Work".
j I 20j3s City Health Officer. !good stylf aud give you a great le&l j { $1X) .
harbor there during the caruivaljthe --- I ._ STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
i i I of pleasure as well as satisfaction in -- ;5 Vol. Set Cooper's Ha Talc$1.00(
I 1.1 I:' ; maneuvers of which will be one: I' Tli- Secret (.r bong Life life. (Sold by all druggi-ts. i A Cure For Lumbago. : 5 Vol. Set McCauIy'tt History of

.. I'tj'' ] 11 I' of the most attractive feature I j I Consists of the in keeping all the main I W. C. William, of Amherst, Va., Knclaud ...$1 oo I T IWM-n HeriMacnU and Milion II >MlIar.

: The railroads, not alone of Florida, |i r-rga-is body in healthy, rej ,'- : 3 Vol. rtftt . .. ..
I :, : j uUr action, a in! in quickly destroying j Have you seen those .s7jav- sac*: "For morp than a year I !luf- rthake-pear f 1.UO' ., :
Dally "humUjTi
,. ; but of the entire South, will offer I II deadly di': a".erms.. Electric ing stands and music cabi. fered from lambazo.: : I finally tried I IChambHlain's j) 13.01". tpt Hhake-pear... .. .|350 lu.fpi

j unusually low excursion rates for Bitters regulate !Stomach. Liverand I'ain Balm and iw 15 Vol. :Set Charcbrs' Encyclo- j "CITY OF TAMPA. "

I t the event and Peusacola will be Kidneys, purify the blood und givea nets at Marston Qiina.'s.Just : gave me entire relief, which all TfL'1ia .... .. .. .. .... ... ...... ..f1 O.
other remedies had failed! to do." ; iT Milton tat t*
Lv P.nacol.trenboIa,5jan
splendid appetite. They work the Christmas : Kin
; thing
for a 13l'1.. h bet BuUer's Novels... .
prepared to entertain thousands oft r rt. wonders in curing Kidney 'lYoublos, Sold by all druggists and medicine $300 I Ar Milton *

t t visitor, who will be well repaid for Female Complaints, Nervous Di- present.If dealers. 12 Vol. Met 8cott's Novels.$3 i O') Fare,Vc; Kocnd trip.Si."'

f l 'I their trip. ea'e, Constipation, Dyspep-ia and I Try Gunther's Candies at 12 Y 01. poIet T. !S. Arthur..-. .. .. .(500'I -

1 : Ii I Ii Ii Ii it : lalHia.'Jgorou health and you want a nice present to give Solomon's 1 VoL.SetPrescott.75 ;
That promised new railroad from strength always follow their ue. to a friend, go and look through; the i i JEWELER IN HIS
I' Only 60c., guaranteed byV.. A. elegant; line of suitable articles at 40oother volume of other e-taudard !
Memphis via Meridian to Peusacola I 1 I; D'Aleiuberte, druggist, 121 <'nth I. I. Stephens: yon surely can fled J1udO U 5, He Qestor 5(. Works at equally low pricls.eOE'S ; .
1. ;: will work wonders in the develop-1| Palafox street. aojE"thiL to please you. If you i -- --- NEW STAND

t (;1 roent of the deep water city. 1'en.acola i n_ ____-_ want anything in the Di iinond line Hot French Waffles with

f : is destined to bs a city of great Easy to Take I I i be sure tosehirn-- before you bny. Florida Cane hyrup at'' BOnK STORE.
and commercial atul Industrial -Soloaaon's. I have moved < -
population ] -weiry
Don't to I ::1 i:; bnuili IMfiifox my
ferret buy the : Street, .
i, activity ere many more' Easy to 12J: S.uth Pahfnx form"rpl
Lave flittrd by. Operate ballone of those nice little you can, get your house PEXACOLA.. FLORIDA ?d by Ki & CI)., ai.d
years it. I> ,!I o rirrljVf! 'rtabV-vet thorOUI1.1'rVlUlt furnished : better pr-pared than t-v-r '
it C C S I Rocking Chairs from :'Mar- complete at Mar- ,
in diamon.tjewelry w
healthful,sti.f.1ctoryHaoJ i i Hot great bargains; '
.1- Outside cipital being low to ap-1 \ ston & Quina's. oOo. and ston <5" Quina's on-. easy payments i' Chocolate u'ith L etc. Call and -t'-

I juccute the fact that Pensacola iij: : 5 Pills I I iiipicards. \ weekly or monthlu i mon's.Whipped Cream at Solo-I i,I let me coaviuf: *:you.J. I. .TEPHf. '


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a I:3: "nour FOOD.Feff rlell-Knowl 1\1'0. OG08. ie t ( :.:
Gtntleiaai W. C. NEAL President
; M. E. CL.4RIC Cashier; j
on the Same Subject. 8. J. FOSHEE.VIce-Preiident PftlFFER ..
K.-t ; JOHN Au't CsihUr.
taw* ( Mates a Beiamtle' Statmt!
nowadays aboute NEWS NOIES
much :
,...!. ic j. and hygienic living, AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF
and many othersaineline.
fte He Assures Rheumatic Sufferers That
t ,your!!<
the : PENSACOLS FLA. t' ''
;oK ;
r!I' mV be found in the Seven cases graced the mayor's One Bottle ofPtine's j
r., *urint! docket this Designated Depository of the United States. .
.,, 1'l'e: where no meat, pastry morning and fines

I 1Lr 'f-e j i- served and the food amounted to $12 50. CeleryCompound Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 26,1902.

or .n'"I"I'U i iHKl"ry: and argumentsfjories C. M. Luttrell a Brewton, Ala., RESOURCES LIABILITIES.

c11.t ( gains: advanced toe banker and merchant, is at the Mer- Loans and Discounts..... ............ .. ... $442,921.84Overdrafts Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... J200.000.00 ,

t!, it meat was never intended chants hotel today.D. Securedand Unsecured.. ...... 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. ....' 20000.00 '4j' '
It ::()m:1ch: !!, and almost U. S. Bonds and Premiums ... ........... 213806.87 Undivided Profits...... .. ... ..... ,... .... 6.90.S4 -'
i unman that our sturdy an- C. Carmicbael, a prominent Stocks, securities, etc... ............ ...... 2,625.00 Rediscounts ...... .. .... ...... ... ....... .... 10,287.61 Ivf ,
;j' u; believe citizen of Dothan, Ala., and L. J. C. Banishes His Pains and Agones, Furniture and Fixtures......... .... ...... 6,718.48 Circulation.............. ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00 ;
rP! who lived four score years in [. R. Stamps... ...... .... .... ... .... ...... 65.82 Deposits........... ...... ............ ..... 461E04.36Total. : .
,-t health on roast beef, pork and Williams, a well-known mill man of The startling and happy cures Cash and Exchange............ ... ......... 153,943.12 r
t"'oa: mn-t have been grossly i ig. Light, Ala., are in the city stoppingat wrought by Paine's Celery Com- 1
health. the Park Hotel. pound for rheumatic sufferers have
; nt of the laws of deeply impressed medical men ...... .... .... ...... .... ...... ....... $822,382.30 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... $822,382.30 it
Oar forefathers had other things Chairman John Welsh inspected! everywhere, and today, the best This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give ,
td, {i an formulate theories about the painting recently finished at the practitioners are recognizing the your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.
r d tly ate. A warm welcomeaCttended county jail and has approved of great value of the Compound, and
te I' to kind from bacon prescribe it with confidence. 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. !;' '
: : : any same. He will report to the next Paine's Celery Compound stands

tj.- meeting of the board.H. unequaled as a cure for all the varied 1 ;1
A wealthy appetite and common forms of rheumatism. At this sea- 'f.. : ; .
E. of
Stockbridge, principal '
excellent guides to follow son Its good work is apparent in G. w. & corrrr G w. & coo : ,;
ti. '
e the Lake! City Experimental station, thousands of American homes. Men :. .
of diet, and a mixed diet tJl'SOLa3TER R : .
;txatera! accompanied by Editor R. W. Storrs and women, lame and crippled, and ]I 11, .' 1], ', tI"j
r,l trail, fruits and meats is unciutftu.v of the DeFuniak Stockman, regis utterly helpless from the terrible 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. cJe The Style of a "Dorothy Dodd"LUXURY "r :- ;
hestEtnpared disease are being restored :
He: to activity \ ,
tered at the Merchants last night. health, and strength. Paine's :aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialt fir 0-
with grains andy ,
A. is the I"j r ) IN WALKING j) T' :.
Celery Compound only medicine \ .
/ :
;-Mol'-, meat furnishes the most Two late train*will be run by the j I that rescues and saves the de- -. .

!ujri, 1' m a highly concentrated Terminal company: for the accommodation 'spairing victim who is told that he Phone 4OS. NEVER mind what ld-fashioned people tell you-Style and \ i ..: '1 ; I .e
f.!::. aid i-1 digested and N assim- of its; suburban patrons. 1 or she is incurable. Mr. I,. A. Flesh- can live together in a pair of shoes. The "Doro- '1'41 w f'

,- a .:. ,r> quickly than vegetables Tnursday night these patrons will man, Gap Mills, West Va., writes R. K. WHITE, o thy Dodd" proves it. '

.. be giveu an opportunity of hearing ;i about his happy experience withPaine'sCelery They are the utmost height of style. They are shoes of genuine .'
at Compound ; hesays :- Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler pa distinction. The highest praise you can give a shoe is to say .q -
Dr JI. n P.-innvon on this sub- Creature's Baud at the opera house, "I had rheumati-ui my left arm I

.'Nervous persons, people and on Friday, Tim Murphy in'-Old I and shoulder, could not sleep, and and Graduate Optician, "It has the Style of a "Qorothy D.Jdd."
Ianocence." had no appetite. I visited my sister pP
;. w iti health and of low vi- I Ii It South PtUfoi St., PnaeoUFU Yet the Dodd" I
i I who liver in Frankford, and she told "Dorothy i is; the most comfortable shoe ever
I, .J eat meat and plenty of |lIB.| F. Dullard a wealthy member 1!1i me that she had been afflicted jut _. made.....You long to walk for the pleasure of walking. It A ? '! ,
I, Halloa is too feeble at j ju i of i the .Union Naval: Stores Co., of as I was and! Paine's Celery Com ---- (J holds the: foot firmly around the instep and the unsupported 0 1 ,. i I!

be easily! corrected by I Iit pound had done her more good than N. arch.....You escape the 'louchy" gait which comes with some: ;;1f.jJ: .
y Tampa and Jacksonville, is at the anything she had tri<-cand! she advised J. ANDREWS, shoes. It gives a new poise to your body in walking. Your car- : ...t 4 .:

u-c of u-irt's: Dyspepsia ,i Merchants today. Other naval me to use iu I got one bottle riage is more light and graceful r I t "

._ ft r each meal. Two of 'j> stores tutu there are C. B. Townsend and u-fd it, and the result was I !:: 0* Headquarters for *.< j"j !'J l' : .

I xi. delft tablets taken after', Montgomery/ ; K. H. Collins( yltpt I well, had a good appetite, and, Just Try One Pair. They Cost $3.00. ( :' / .

a'.ii dig 1'st several thousand 'i BarkersV.C.. Alford, Cottondtle ;', the pains of rheumatism, left mo and I II SEWING MACHINES.REAL .
; ;
Ii have not felt them since; in fact it o Cj) 1 ,
.f meat ; or other animal { .
egjs ,
g, .. J.V.. Shivers, Andalusia, and has cured me and I feel like a new o
t e hour, and no matter others. lUall." : ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT ;
ak "ie' xtouuch be, ;
'Ii w map no ---- 'I

will be experienced: if a There that odd' lt Oi'inh I'alafot Hreet. '
J. S. ALYWARD are many ways : f fpo
',mice is made of Uir.g .- -- t> (1- ;

/r: s Iyprp-i.i i Tablets pieces of cloth may be worked into useful I : t j

: -mil| ,>:'y the pepsin; and diastase DIED LAST NIGHT I II P I and decorative objects for the house. .<( v< SOMEMOREJISCORD rgADE M6.M a a I ,

.- f" to perfect diction; aud I DI.1MOND DYES

f\'t f' 'in of indigestion will be WILL COLOR ANYTHING ANY COLOR :

', their Direction book and t.''aped Ettmples free. .1
by use.
iJV" i I J. S. Aylward died last evening 1)i4MONUiYE-: Kurllnntim..
'f it !largo class of people who about dark after illness of about
f '" ;rr the head of nervous dys- aa GREEN WATSON & CO. i
eight weeks. He resided at 413 West ,
mid of meat
r > eat plenty
at J i -i.f its proper digestion by Gregory street and his illness had : TWO ACCIDENTS SAID TO HAVE BEEN ENGEN- k" COXIrij 1 r
I' G. W. & COjJ'JJi. W. & : 1 :
t U I ::i1. ,-" of a safe, harmless di- been of such a character that on :

:' .\ ::,. t h'lne, like Stuart's DysiTi1 more than a single occasion he had 1 I THIS MORNING DERED BY OFFICER ROACH'SREINSTATEMENT .
I I' .- i'i"mpo
u : .'. pepsin, I :
The immediate cause of his death I II I I O
': ,- i' iJ* andsaltwhich: John
i McGovern and another man
ii |
was a relapse: from pneumonia, I s SACRIFICE
the work diges- SALEo
; r:: Ii
i named Pent were slightly injured ii j Additional discord among several i
i I. ; i-'i: irtic medicines, I with which he was seized two days 'tI I ,
i while workingoa thei'teamer Hydra members of the police force is saidto
1 'j'.i!(.r the name of ago. .1 i
,. .. .i.l I.... f..r indiUu I I today. Dr. F. G. Ren; haw attended have been engendered this morn- li
From having conducted cheap fire TGoGFIESf
: .\.. ..I,.'dutely 1:0I. them. ing when Officer Roach, who was I ]
of ,wales in this city and being an all : \
-- -- --- .
.0; 1.1:1 suspended two weeks: ago by the "
round hustling buiuesman, Mr I Nfw ('eniurj dnnfiirt. I.. 'f

,.1 i board of public safety: was again 0 ....A T THE.... + :
I I I.i:1: ; rum.- t-\ ; ::; Aylward had become widely known, Millions are dully finding a world : : .
..' ,, of comfort in Uucklun's i placed 'on the force by the marshal
!'x i ri ,the I, mi u''i I"' tt -t Arnica
and there who
1 i ( ''i" -:1.! 1" wix' : -''In:1t ,| are many were ex- j SalveIt kills piin from Hums, I per instructions of M lyor J>>nes. '! I t
j tremely srry to learn of hN delth.Funral : 'I BEERS: AR RIAGE REPOSITORY !
!l.I' :i ', I fl'ur tiltil..."-.' 'p"I I 15 1| | ticalds Cut, Brui"f''j; conquers At the time Roach was b fore the

t" !h inl .11./1 I /. c-,e it Ili'iil 1 tlllH of a I, ceremonies will b* held I'i ii Ulcers and Fe'eriHre! ; cure Erup- board it was thought he would be 0 -

I'- ,' .: ,te't:! iikiuirt'- iH'-p''jiM i.11 j i some time tvmorrew from the resi-ii 1 i tious.Salt Rheum, Boils,:; and Felons ; I e
''.' ., i i! I "Hied," but the gentlemen Composing I j I have accepted a position as general manager of the extrn='vp :
> II' i- r ti'F-:1 I :1 by the dt-uce. removes! Corns and WartJiet j
e business of'm.. Johnson & S-iii and Mrs
I' close
I' nut my piiiirn e
1 I. ?, ". ; ;, f. -'":.i "i-, 1 knll\ to Pile cure on earth. Only 25e. -V W. that body gave him a chance to 'tockphirlri bf-forp ..
The hour for the funeral h:H been : S February If you want lu! '""', thi li I
1 'I ,lu. -'i\t- ('rltlclple,;. ,' i i A. D'Aleinberte's drug! store, 121Palifox reform and hid him off for thirty I the OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFKlIMlfto: buy one at your wnpriet .

I t1xE'd l at 9 a. m. tomorrow, and the South : street. days, the mayor caustically lectur- I O >. I have very line a+;?urtmeut, and:( the first comErs will Wit. '

services will be: held at Bt.; Joeph's, I the choicest bargains.

OLD DEEST81CK! SKULE{ chinch from whence the cortege will jfjidng, {Tie t&csfor Vic. ing him and informing the penitentthat i p Respectfully, Ill:; I>. IHIKItS.: 9I +
future conduct like that !
-- proceed to St. Michael's cemetery. :! I .............0/0.0/0/01010161e100ft01010101010111010?
to which he hud pleaded guilty to
,1 ; i :uof THE NK\SS )Ir. Aylward wa born 32 years ago; :, THE MARKETS. .

would certainly no longer be toler ."-_ _.. ',__ _..., ...__ .. -_-.,' ._ .
1\ '! at Yick burg, Mi**., and only lately ", .. . _,It. ..._ _. .
: ;i-nvilc last night ated. r' -'. -w -' '. '. ''-'" '' 01'.'_. '. '._. .

r \\ :1.! ,. lir.t of mirmd Mis Elli Co!'grove, olden : COTTON REPORT. I ItI
I The marshal: was very much sur-
'1 1'. : 1'' -trick :hfcnle" in the d 1Uht'r) of John Cosgrove, de- E -
prised lat night; to receive a note Ii ; GflEATCIIEARANGESAhE
I' ,, 'i I the Frt Hp tits ,, cta*t-d. No children! survived him, ;' Reported for THE XEWS by D. F. from the mayor saying: that Roach I [ : .

I i but his mother wa with him when Lowe & Co. i
; I could be again; placed on duty, and I
M -- //i; ." IiiI', who! has: the diili- ': death came and throughout 1m long jI |i Spots II I ...A L t
I I I Good Middling..8 :3-4 he would eater no objection,
I ,- ; 'I'Irin: ,theYOlln.t illness He i N uNi survived by two I II ... .. .... .. .. .
I Strict Middling S 5-8 I Roach reported forduty this i morn-

I ', _' peirani'e: hi fore' r:1.I br"lhf'r5, rc-idetits of Urookhaven. | Middling..... ..... .... .. .. ..8 1.2 ''Iir JUilliam Iii '
ing and was assigned i to beat: No. S) loljnsou & gnu. Jj
.' f.xpre;;-eherself :Miwho are expected this after- ] trict Low :\'iddlin/.S 5-lfij! ,
noon. Low Middling ..... ..... .... S' He saw: the mayor: last evening .
( w -a! witii/ the m-itcml; i iu I .,

. I 11 1111-('-. a Hlcce.5ful Is- i Ii I The pall bearers: will be Clarence Tone Steady. said to have promised to conduct (8: Ii(:
| rUlUKKS. himself more gentlemanly in the! fu-

t'' venture if CErtain rifpuey, )Ir. Ainesworth: C. T.i; January ...... ... .. .. ..... ...S.74 ture. ; FOR TEN DAYS

-, "in- ('I1! be controlled.! ,' :Maboon, B. L. (hindersheioier, }'. I<| :May..... .. .... .. .. .. . .. .... .. .8 SiN I Marshal Credille does' not like the I f: :

J i. !trim, h') : Campbell and M. McDonald.: The I: -- I I11
wt-ver they <
are < '
-\\'.\ !; t''p'tett : idea of a portion of Roach's suspension ? v R
r,. nt aid are looking forhilt !.gentlemen are request'd to assemble I I.I!! 1i]
being cut off, considering E f i
I' ( iry 3rd,' when each at the residence at y:45! a. m. Uriim Oa'1 Naval} for StorCH Trip CnSOSIK. Newb1. the seriousness of his offense, and WINTER UNDERWEAR, CLOAKS, SUITS AND SKIRTS, ;

xni Ina star: !In l.N nr the entire matter may be appealed : ( J 1:
,\J: part.: WIV _...._........Ut) K __..._ ........, C;; to the council tonight. 1 ,
t! The startling announcement of a W6_........ .... ..... ::1 "I 6..... h ........ ...... I "'I -- ---- --- - -- --- :
.11. mel to be herri- Discovery that will surely lengthen : S _.. ... ... ...._? 5O-5 F.._....h. .. ... .._ 1.nHo '| EXPOSURE to a sudden climatic (:) 1(:)

ti "- 1.1,!">us'' c.urj in: on of lifo i i.* made by Editor O. H. Downey ; ........ ... ...... au r:....... ..... I fS Icliangtt prfducps cold in the head'' PrIcesV1l1!! Be Made That You Cannot Resist '

( I ,illi":& well Clar- of Cliurnbuico: Ind. "I wi-h to i K ... __....__ : 00 I' __.m.... I tjj I I and catarrh i* apt to follow. Provided I i i : I I
as < sate," he write"that Dr. King'sNrw '_.... ..'_ ... ..... 24''II l.t. betow.. ..... I I;;ai |I with Elj's Cream Uilm you are ,, (:J n (:J; : tri
their! tn)1,1! .. i 1 B
"' way to ec oI..r"-T T. 1'Ir.T11'11.-r armed against: Nasal: Catarrh. Price
Discovery for Cou-umpti-m is '' : ar50 Skirts at One-Third Off Rfguhr, Price -Q1Is ; Y
:t-' i 'oOcmtsut Druggists I or Ely IJrotbersufi 'fJ
!v w Iri-h b'y, alt gave ( iK
the nio-t infallible remedy that Ihave Warren Street, New York, will i Jackets for Ladies and Children, !>:j Oil Regular Price. .

1!. -'b.I, but -he: thinks ever known for CouhsColdsand :,; WHY NOT THE BESTivTHE ,I mail it. The liilm cures without I '" liW I Pair Ladies'SDrin'Hfpl 1.Shoes at.. . .. .. ....Me pairICO : r',

I : iiii"iit lie will come ; Grip. It's i.valuable! la people pain: does. It not spreads irritate it"elf or over ciuefueezipg. : an ;' t:,1 Pair Ladies'! Ht'f'If'dhol'i'! Pdt. I'ipat . .. .- .. .7!
n.'r.! The only tood I with weak lung Having this wonderful irriftted: and angry surface, relieving I ";{ KN pair Children' !Shoes, at !lc\\'orth. regular 7oc and $1A t.
med'cijie no one need dread >> IKERGrJAJfTS>> the iudam-! .r t
immeliately painful ;
i-th..r'portl'rcouhll'e' Pncumoui or Consumption. Its relief mation, cleanses: and cures. Cream Rb.t ..-- "...': -'...T..,.-_ --:..:-- ---...-_ --:,_- .. ,...,TT.11'1'....-- -...:.,.0.::... 11 i m
-! !- !- -!- --
K : i. in-taut ancl certain.V.. ;
Fr-nik: flick and < cure :, Kalm quickly cures the cold.
J \ : A. I'Aleuibrte, 121 South Pal.tfoxtret't TRANSFER CO. I
1)I' o"Je." and $1 lIt> )
Hot French Waffles with '
\\ 'II l he another rehearsal. bottle, and give trial bottles free. I D. HALE WILSON t
Having been awarded the contractfor Florida Cane Syrup at : ,
t ; ..1 u 1 1 ,til' ire: requested to beie. ;. carrying{ the U. ;t;. Mail btw*> 'n olomon'8
: '. i the L. & N. Depot and Post Office, -- y
I and also the exclusive baggage privilege Real Estate and Rental
; Agent
--- Merriwether, the Furniture man,
!",-'.''. .. on all trains entering the city; .
.tfrreatingbelchingand I at 114 South Tarragona street, I is preparing we are prepared to tran.fer basrgage I
i':m- .. '" !'weennieaUare 30( riouth Palafox street, for your lily South Palafox Street,
symptoms"t to embark in a new buines hand, pas-engeis to and from all hotels -
r !> ;; rwhich Hood's Sarsa-: and is closing out the remainder ofi I I residences and trains, day or electrical work. He 13 prepared to TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENSACOLAFLORIDA. ,

1 1.11 ;-li.i .U .,ivs (cure. the bankrupt stock of furniture and j I night. do you a first-class job at moderate.' !

*._, [ '1''>KTLAND: CEMK.NT a household goods at astonishinglylow I Prompt & Reliable Service Gnarantee, prices. Phone 2U3. DR. F. E. BRUCEHas
"' I
t'"t' !' irrel.! A. \. CLfHR:, : price .
l''r.r Wt'al conduct Freight. Delivery You will consult best interests
Urn: and Garden Street=. I I ; your returned and resumed practice.
RuMnes* haul: pianos safes, j
O. M. if
I Hot Chocolate with by going to Pryor you
r. J f:n.t Tina of machinery and furniture at Reasonable ,
sterling silver Office! WntGlvHnmt-nt
JK,1 Ft.
Cream at bolo- I( want furniture. He is in position to
Whipped Prices. I
K""J.II.J' silver! : novelties is to be 1 1h j mon's. !! Telephone your orders to F. R. sell cheaper than any other house in I Salisbury Building.Tolcphono .
1.1 !
>'J. I. >Stephen. Price to st,tbie. Phone 31, or
-- Pou's Livery the
r.-'! .. .. j jI' city. |Rrtistic Photogf'aphg, 140.
c.' A9Ton"A.: \Ir' H. H.: Hallmark', Residence I
1 :F \.nd Y:3 1'3'3tKe A.\\31S, fi't'(',' Phone 3.51.MERCHANTS. f
J w : Pryor' furniture !rtoue'! .tt... Y/AHTEOJOSELL, OR EXCHANGE. 20-t12 S. l"ala" Stn-r-t. Why pay fancy prices fr furniture .
t "" 11. .' Ii 1't'rUUh.1ttr't>: ;:I.d'i'j L" / / 4 TRANSFER CO.. : and hou-e furmlt'iing goods
P. 't'1 ; "' 4' #j .t 4 Wanted, to sell or exchange for I r
'by w -itir t I .x' Louie ctni for to just ;I I __.. .. ___ ___ I MRS. H. H. HALLMARK, Prop. horse and bajttfy.: a !second band I Hot French Waffles with when Merri wether, at 114 south -\ '
; iiy.[ in condition. Ad- Florida Cane Syrup at Tarrairona.treet, wile) '!ll what .
pool table good you
-:'t fj'n-i- tome, and I don't HARRY HALLMARK: Transfer Agt., !
J I .tuiaiued-itiRlesoioc; I i if1djin's, Best jar QC.. I L.tNRSCo.P.andP.&A.Inc.: i dress Box 44. 20j3t! Solomon' you want at your own price.If. .

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It I* Only One Acre anti .. Worth atLraul

-- ?::'..., xto.Lying I

['oprrlght! 1PC1. by Seurr-as :MacMamis.
in t-: very heart of New York's
There was once a mother who had n I,
!.Ie I
Stomacb uni fa>::: > district Ictwoon r
'1 very ugly and bad datuLter of her owe )Ydt, lad attune aI.1 Itivrrcide drive. I Ii

that blie was very fund of and a wry i !is: ;)l' lllI.t'alIe faru in tbv world I i

beautiful and rood tquluur'ht; that It is oy! chic acre and it i i" worth $_\vIKH

'i she hated and wanted to get rid of, but t ). ,

the didn't; I know how in the world she A Lit cf h.stcry: nttH'I's to ;

could pt: rid of her EJ she went audasked Troubles In IMS: it fumed of In 'I
Luo\ni as the Broadway :ll'JJ.
H n the hen wife's ati'.-h :.
was a famous rt'l'ruitiutatiun
The hen wife says: "I'll Ml you how
government, with a sort tf ('
i you can get rid of her. There an old barracks itmiltim-d.

church below, and no cne ever jet I There was no hiut then, in

HERE'S A BABY'! yp. nt the night in it and came out of it cured by tit's, cf the marvelous rise in

alhe. You order your stei>dauKhter togo tate values which; the district:

and sit uy iu it all night working tined to cxpTit-nip.. Broad I
It. Mother is Well. north nntll'
flax and the'll surely be dead in the' the thoroughfare :
ttdith stars, MiinuKT !:: : is
The baby is healthy because during till murrain;:." I

period of.gestation its mother, : tht Home the mother went, and she or ODOLWSPEPJIACVRE I residences, but nolnxly fancied
popular and purely vegetable liniment.Mother's I spate I.l't\\'l'l'lI the hiili\vaj-: )
dead her stepdaughter to pet ready
river would liixMuic a f.!,.!honal>l
FriendMother's and jro off that night to work a task of di'iHt- dlMrkt. The rokore : or more dis.

I fax In the: old church, and for fear that fiv''? to a hundred fret high in : The richest. purest

Friend is a soothing, softening, she mia'.it escape whatever flouhll1ap- _. separated )by :t'ullio, equally] (

relaxing, lJiiiient.a mU:.l'I : maker iimg,1 pull to her in the church during the Under all curable conditions of jn-atlin; :. The solution! id
orator and fre htner. It i
> puts new jouu nli'ht she put a very :great; task of flax the traa'-t'oi wntion of the river
into the Lack and hips of a coming : i
It is applied! extern.Illy only {[her'l I, before b/r that fifty women couldn't Mr D. Kauble of Mrs.W. W. Lay- into Kmr-ide !'Irk.

:.q no dosing and swallowing of nasty drugs, I I do in one night and threatened to have Nevada, 0., was A ler Pa.of Milliard curedof Throiuli it all\ this little farm ('\
cured Kodol was
no i\\:: ird treatment at all.: j by not cicqit In art'.i. It still '
bur life in the mcriini;? if she did not stomach /j\ of Chronic
T:. ,thejn'ithcrilurinjrRcstation j green wei-ipu! wnd the t'a
have It loo. trouble which /flftV Dyspepsia by our expenee
1. iailiifnccthciliipositiim: and future | bbiMlourrst'iid field daisies! have
had effected / > ]$ the use of that
of the chil.l; that is one reason w hy moth.I IHS The i"x>r girl! took her wheel I and all his heart. ..I \ Kodol under ')'l'll. at the m.ijtie by us S t

should vv.tch their cowll"JIl and I with Lt'r that night and went off to theehuah that ha H' mine to 0\1 rhs.k tl. cap labe
I' 1 a\oq rain: Ikr luulih, that if the child | down ,
and sat and began her fur !-M. s. Tho tour cottage : goods (a ir- s
cnl'aiir lives, v,u k.I'.ut. saran?t'I ly out of Ibl't'hl'n <'
from Te t'l f
Y tb.worry aiii uicluneholy ;i
': good clu'.r, strong d heart and jl:actful i she wasn't lung sitting at her \Mihti;,i'Miiroundiiipiiirtiiioiit; ) h : l COMPANY
will (hut is till in lianwHij \v;ith the: <
iiiir.J. Mother's Friend can and w 01'k when she hoard a great noi-o and '

nuke you so. lcarin.dO11. pains, morn wild \ines fill tli. lurch, tLe ( .
in there came a great, looking
lag sicLness, s>OfC'>.ea-.tali,1 in:,omnii art t fag thioiiirh lees of onions mid
ghost, and he pat down on the seat beside -
all rche\ed! this \\ondvrful
by remedy
with the old plow resting lazily (
s Of druggists _t [.Oil T'r I.ttle : her and said that he wanted his -
the and
tree with the: rows of -
S>tud for our book "flothcrhood" fret ,I f('(.t washed and his hair coml 'd, for i-orn. .\ WOO'II Mud curtains

} WE BRACFItLO REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA. they hadn't been washed or it hadn't 1H0DOLDlgest4WbltYoatd tin-Is and an atMndciudaenn.. ; '

I been combed fur 100 years. i farmer no longer drives to ,
i .. .
I "Oh, then, i>oor frlknv," she says : market t'otiu to him.

,\Utlre lo Tired \\'om:1. 'Tin sorry for you, and I'll surely help ,
-4i It the busy woman will take advan John KheppardHarms' Pharmacy : i
you all I can I Kanu. '
1 il tape cf the following! advice she will' So she laid her flax aside, and she Sidney STATE OF OH IO,CITY OF ( !
, find that jouth and beauty will linger ;
I washed his feet and combed his hair i
with her past their allotted time: i\ery n-ry. wry nicely indeed. : ---- -- i FRANK J. CHENEY makes I ( BUrpOF

day after lunchton, no matter how And when she had finished the ghost JUST LIKE MOTHER. j! that he is senior partner
much her time Is occupied, she will
Y said: "In 7oO years I'\e never met as firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., Barrel Olives! ,
bathe iee nod neck in warm water and I An I.arly Mornlnic: Letter With an I '
good a girl as 'ou. Can 1 do anythingfor
j business in the City of and E\
in case of unusual fatigue especiallyArrm ." hllilortautouoUOC"W Dt. I cry-

i applications) will be placed at the 'l"OU::" That domestic ambulance e-orps of county and state aforesaid, !<

I back of time neck for a few moments. "Well said she "I've a stepmotherwho I' which mother! or' wife or sister has I aid firm will pay the sum of Grocery,
isn't pood to me and has )put before HUNDRED DOLLARS for i,
r+ The tired lines should next he smoothed charge, being aceiistoiatd to all the accidents OCC,\SR\S.
me this night a task that fifty I and every case!' of Catarrh that
cut eleftly, skin food I-houhll1e applied that befall heeilVss! men folk, '
women couldn't do but I don't know i not be cured by the use of i i
I lied then away to a darkened room fur can /l1lUl'tjl1l them at lout I CATARRH CfRK. Just Eeceim,
I whether or not you can help me. l'\e ,I
L tr.tuty minutes of complete rest. Thii ranue. Thus the Sew York :Mail! and FRANK J. '
all that flax see there to work!; and ,
' simple procedure Is so inexpensive and I' you Express: tells how at (I ti tl x:k in the Sworn to before me and -(
have woven into cloth before morning. I J. c. VAN PElT.
til go-easily managed that it will never be I I nioimni! of the wedding day a po.t-I in my presence, this 6th day
'Sit down at ease then, 'It
: popular but farts fOllOW that many women jour oilice mcssti'tr rang the bell at the cember, A. D. 1S.S6.
the ghost he, "and 1'1soon do .
have been wonderfully benefited says : home of the bade to be and handed out tiSEAL. ERS
I this task for )'l'"." i j ( A. W. GLE.\ ,
:, \bj the itt whtn it is needed r.itherthan a special dtliveij' lotttr. I IHall'
N. lie took a breaker that was seven I -w Notary
after all the work and hurry and It was addressed tti the bet man,
miles long; and broke the flax; he then I Catarrh Cure i* tlk<> ,
' I'UMleaieiner. who had collie forty Miles tu sti'ond his ternally and acts directly (
took hirutchh's handle seven miles
f I a best friend in the! rereuiav.uul, was, i blood and mucous surfaces Line of
\lOll and a Llo'kH'lI milts wide :111.11 .
rnprurn For C'lillilrru. ;: with ethers, tLc ;:lIlt eif thebr.ilf's ;;tem. Herd for testimonial
scutcl'i-d it he then took a Clove that i
"Pul"ril is one of the best foods we ; ; parents. The l I.t man was F. J. CHKXKY & Co.,
M'\1l1111l1'S bun and cloxcd it, and : ,
was ;
hate, thf' most people don't begin to ; still stiund asKtp. but he was promptlyauiikt'hi.l
i he took backler that was seven wilesi
!t. Appreciate its value," said a cooking I a I I on tie! supposition that! the
of the
long and L.uklnl it, and n wheel that
4 teacher' ncently. "Let your childrtncat I Iftttr must l'.mlainlIllli'thill ; of ImlKr'ttIH't'
I' was seven miles Li;:!'i and spun it, and
all the popeum they want. It co'it.iins tIt Htly on Getting ti -

valuable oil, has high; calorie I a reel was seven miles round and did hllI"t d. Mobbing; his eyes in I For Intants and Children. I!
reeled it, anti a I and i coked an effort to understand, hi- tore
Poser "'lIIo"l1ytarch thoroughly open
. I milt wide and soot e it into cloth. I (the Kind You Have Always ,
; by high; pressure nf f-tc.-iin. IVp- the envelope and was astenistmeel to

j : coin is i made of com with a great \- And. when he had all this done he :' find sheet of JI'tIt'I'l'all'r' w ith a large
gave her a e"drab that every time she lu'idle' of the ehoosewhin B03U'S timeiigoatare ",{J ,
nf water in it. :urr AH sh'rtild 1 ut it into her hair would ('(1mb'a i'nit' ctmptls tin'm to sew ofOPERA GARDE\: .
::fl to'ijh; eiiMlope. the time the corn I i rpt ncj 50c."e
hi ]s in IlIl''i'I"'r this water and the heat : big of gold dust out of it. thrust through it and a foot of black

: from the lire coubme to form steam. I In the morning early, when the mother : thread d'Hililfd and lulling in a loose

e.iiue to tl.e church to sic if she was \
"'hl'l1th" pressure of the steam ;;ems !oil) 1 : tangle down the j>:ise.'Jhe .

!tgh! the skin can't resist it any longer.; I dead 'hi1 was astonished to find her best man thought it was a joke,

It bursts ct.d the coin is ready to eat. !j time nine\ and well, with all of her \ but he timid I not setit, and he was

.\<; fur nun balls, th.') are a \rry poodfoxl tusk dour and all the made: into I j i :.1 II'lit to 1,('..dine resentful when. UJMIDtrriliii ; ,

oily !a little salt'! spiiiiklitl over cloth! :ii.d t-> see her with this omul, ;| ; tl-i. sheet, he found this hI"lilyTten : ONE XIOHT OVLY, Best II !
.''; bag of gold dust out of her JAN.
< ; a I
t1! rub 1 Is l lit'lter than :-uar 01 molasses, I \\ note: \VIIMS1)AY, .
, Lair i I>. ir Itrolh"rIth"r says there is a
I she asked her Lou she had workedall Intttun off our dress co-it It is in your

It t .hr.l| liinr Troulilrn. the lias aid h, \\' she had ctnne by wdi-ti.>.n. right hand pocktt Sew it on. t -NEW ELEGANT- i iGOHTO
The aM'iajrt; w,nuiii is a dyed in the ,
the < oiuli, and she told stepmother i l1..,\\ iie! : out of I:I'd. the! best man ea'liineil \-

pesvjintst. Almost every woman that n ;.hust i.uiie and woil-td the alas : his tnat and lau.'hcd; to sit> that I

Unity yarn of aw looks (lis- the situation had been de1veiilitil 'S
II II'I"I for Ler ctrl prcatnttd her with the nccuiately I
''11. Her brows her I
are 1/I'lIt eoii'l ra: the Utter. "Just like moth '
i '
I) is drawn into a tight; line, and I he said "She has \ I \ !L
I I \\hon the .tepniotlnr heard and saw ] er. p.Iall.I".t ,
flier me dit'p furrows down herthtvks !1 1 EXTRAORDINARY
her in ht'hlt..p thinking about' that
this she said she would Mite own
) she I.woks exactly a< if she lul1oll." i I
, tl.nttr: a thaiiee In the church that 1i i ij
welt coiisit'c-iinc; how tu pro\ide n dli let the :Shirt*, Collar
? ) .
i such \il- I.iti r in Ih" day four Lridtnat.14glieitilly '
'j i ight.: so that she i.iight gt t a Everything Entirely New j
; l ner fur :! tenth that will satisfy twintj I launder speak for
, I tl.e next night mmssitoil in niikiiiir the repairs,
uable < ')iil too. :>o ou I to-Date this H a"on.
.' -li\e siini; thildnnhfii in reality the tti.t her own daughter to the aud this went to m"thr.. I They will tank: louder

i Mu arty line nntliniR: more serious: on :I church with a task of tlax. | Button sexed on. Iiont worry. SEE THE FINEST MiN : 'e want: tll b* jud. 'J
f her mind than bujiii( a pair of socks
I The daughter:; hadn't been> long sit-I I EARTH. we do thin! by
tIi for <;I''I'0 wonder women ,. ,
prow Mr* l'r *tuoitt and sir C.rant.
! i tins at her work when the wild big: i
o'd faster hall urns for they hut their her The death of :Mrs.! Jessie Benton Tre- ': Keats on tale at Coe'i !,) -
I ghost came in and sat down beside
\\,'lTit's to then and let them show III fttt and n.oiit. tt'1111114; <" soon rafter that of i -
; and asked her to wash his
then faces. Tory should "toIt.. i I tomb his hair, fur it hadn't been done 1I .1 :firs! ( lat't. tmplotts a series of curl PRICES-25 50, 75o annd $ for and Delivered Fm.

\\I ills i-ii.neidciiots' in the life stone of '
( for <>) years before. ST.
"t lor Soiled lIuod..r.I..r.. I Hut she told him that she was no I two famousoiun.. In lIe but two ....MONDAY NICHT, JAN.

A bag; fur' eIit tl h.uidkerchief.s; to be I scullion to wash his feet or comb his /'plI'al"lthrm. Both wire :Miswmn.ins. -

l.uns li'! the dressing: table is made would} thmuh Mrs. Fremont was .
hair and tint she beery sorry
. by tnUn. first n piece of pasteb)
I and cuiiiiiv:: a round sectiou nlhiut ten with his Laud, and she was dtad.hen lieutenantsUo became "military bei i ,I

lushes iu tb; \\ the neither came IS COMING
eier f-( this a hole large ('lI 'lh to I had dawned in the morning to thud if 1111" '':'. Both sjM'iit their declining years

adult jour hand. This must: next be I she had done her weak and got the :, mainly in California, with whose history ]1 DIRECT FROM RAILROAD.

<'o\t led with son:e pretty UllIl'l'i:1ll1lhl golden comb, the ghost was there waiting both Lad been iJ'ut1:1'd.V |

n Kip made from the ,,:lIl1l'. The bag; for her and (struck! her down with ,' York World 1 I 100 NIGHTS ON
t-l.oul' II(' about! eighteen inches lung ,
dead beside her
and left her __
I his hand I
where ho" set New York )( : .
mid its mout'a then se\\i>d to the e.lg's;: ,
daughter.I'.ut was the talk of the town -- ---- -
I of the t>]ifiiiii: made iu tli. stiff pit-e-e. the good girl who had been kind j craze all !!summer and .1 I No.1, No.1. Not,

It is thus kept iH'ii.. and the haudker- to him thrmd and prospered from that NO APPETITE I sensation of Boston for afcerips : : 6:00 a ':fli p I t."J p
chills can be c>:hlII'ut in or extracted. I : 4a5 a 2$1 p 7'JI::1 p
day and it wasn't long till she marrieda ,, of Concert at I ( .1 : I 1:11II n't 12.15 n L t tAl P
I'' i handsome and beautiful young prince And what little you force yourself. to Kymphony Hall '! I I w:._...p._ _T\:! a I

Il Tu Core Damp Wall. : and lived happy ever after.SCCM.tS pat does not have the right! tl: ,.te. '[ and his
of of shellac What's the trouble The stomach is |
Mike varnish one part i :! :MACMANUS.He :! :
to two l..ll'ls <>f naphtha and cover the : out of order, the liver is Inactive and Italian Band !
I You I
O.unp part thoroughly: with it The i 'the bowels are constipated. : No.1 So 1
< \\nrn It..utl5o Bitters ':Oopm 6fJllm
need Hotetter' tomach at
t varnish Its a disagreeable: smell but. \..... you didn't make out wellin ) once. It Will TONE fPTHEsTOMArir, THE SENSATION OF THE : 1I:16am:3lam: '6.oCillm:I\. lIR
it ni'ii: passes off! and the walls c<>\'
rod with become PRICES-50c7Sc and $1.00.Seats '!
a coiting perfcctljiiuptrxions I"r lIow-\o; all the time I was OPEN UP TifF.'CLOHlEIl : 9:15pm: 1.45am
to damp. The wall may be BOWELS. Then you'll feel Sale Coe' 8:1.1 p m 11:16 p m
there tb.'rl.lS only one case of sickness on at Book : :15pm epm-
ipticd or treated In any way when iu the town.scum.mud ''better.. TRY A BOTTI.S TO-UAY. It Commencing Tuesday Jan.

once the \arnish is dry. I A you didn't even have will do you good. 4 .

0 that? ONLY ONE NIGHT! i -
Cretonne Cn.blonn.Attnictixe 1 HOSTETTER'S So. 3-lJally No. 2-1J$7:
I>r, Ktllo\\-Ob yes; I had that good I I
I cushitnis; of cretonnes -4-; ;;
are 10M
of homesick
and! har.!. It was a case
in some cases tinished around the edge i Press.CHOICEST. Friday January IQJ7" IUII"
ness.-Philadelphia !
STOMACH BITTERS : 10:84" ':01 ,.
( with a cretonne covered ceird and at : 10:8t: It 6bT

I L others with fringe. It Is the cushions I : 10::!!! 6:46 '
: 10:21 : 6:60:
[ cl cietoine with heavy effects and CHUW NOTICKH. ,i i Mr. Tim : 10:16 j 6:17 .

deep colors which as a rule, have the t -OF- .... -- W captainown. I :: 10:10_ "" 1 1..6 6:>r) :':

(rID l'. NEITHER the 8.J16 6:116
erg nor contlgnvea of own-I Presenting His Greatest : : 8JJ 4It: "
if ..
Nor bark Dovre will be i Comedy Sncce 1 "
Ii' Look Out for Peter.Biliousness FRUITS ADCOIFEC1IONER N ( 1 1i responsible for debts con 8:11 8:66 1:34 45 .

and liver disordes tar tracted by the crew of geld vesspG \. i 1 8:60 1:18 "
i I LABMEN. "Old I "
, : 8:18 2t3
i this season. may be prevented by i -AT- .W.S.Iieytert&Co. Captain TU I Tit _
the with DeWitt's: Consignee. l ju 7:2V 1 111 "
f' cleansing system C. APOSTLE'S T:17 Ie I 156 "

$ Little Early Rh-era. These famous .I : 7:12"u :.
NEITHKRtPC-piain.owneri fpecial Semen Stroog 8:66" 1,17
little pills do not gripe. They move U East Goremiae.t St. 'i' nor cooiUnt-f* of the Nor fill It I JJ4 "

the bowels gently but copiously, and ship bervla oill be responsible INCLUDING 1:18" 14IS: coca.
(or QeDti contracted by tie : 81.,
by reason of the tonic properties Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stan.- crew of laid vessel. 11:45

give tone and strength to the glands. Ore car-load of 8 F.SOREN8EN, I MISS DOROTHY 6:8t 6Jj1j": It 11:27; a.m
Pineapples at 11.71to
Hargi Pharmacy John Sheppard, W. S. Keyier Co. Captain. : 61 It labo
2.00 dozen. : "
| per Consignees. l Jlt I 6:10" 10.:1.:
Sidney Kahn. I PRICES-JI.50. SI.OO, 75 and

t,'.. s .
t. ... ...<<- -- -,- ..

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Thousand _. f
Haft Kidney Trouble I"
Number 15
JUST The Beer
and Don't Know it. '
ONE How To Find Out. In Spanish penitentiaries It Is till

WOR D that word fsI [OriginaL] Fill a bottle or common glass with your customary to give new arrivals a flog It lure to giveSUISfACTION fy S That Made flt.
A of Un'on soldiers = Gt :
row stood in line water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a ging. EIAIMEly's .'s within the walls! inclosing a prison yard.A sediment or settling Bavaria has a special! horse Issur- c fAl4

to Dr.Tutt's Liver Pills andre standing thus Confederate addressed some' twinty them officer paces approached from them and, p tion unhealthy of indicates the condi-kidneys anD ance trol association It paid out under last year government$140,000) con to Rivet' Belief Cream it Oar Balm,. DAIIIi! S! r AMOVS U ,

: :
APNnvtiH EALTH.ubkd V : if it stains members. It cln nses. eoulbos
'Three Confederates taken in what and heals the diseased
I- J-\\ your linen it is Persons known to the librarian are to membrane. -18-
with indigestion? Yankee general over there (pointing ;
your Tj evidence of kid-
be allowed to sign their names In Irishon cares catarrh and
,-i: L bra nisi ) calls illegitimate warfare are to be ney trouble: too the vouchers issued at the Limerick drives away a cold 6 VICTORIA c
tIrttro'Iiiau! shot this in the head quickly. tl
evening at sunset. In retaliation frequent desire to
Free library. It absorbed ileals *
!! '' ? I am ordered to s.hoot three of j'ournumber. pass it or pain in and Protect the Pfll H Ik HEAD MADE BY ACME BREWING CO .
In..umnla.t4 Improper street cries speeches LULU 1 -
songs Membrane.
and others the back is also
mrtom many You will begin to count from
111 thc..e s LI\ER convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder or lectures are forbidden In Belgiumby Kestorea the Senses ol 1'aste sad Smell BEST 1O-CENT BOTTLE BEER
tmaStiunnithc rl:1It0, left and every fifth man will Full size Soc at Druggists or by mall; Trial
out of order. a law wLich passed the Belgian par- Ue Wu by mall LLY BKOTHERS. IN TOWS.DANNHEISSER. ,
step four paces to the front What to Do. liament recently.Switzerland M Warren t. New York. .

A shudder pissed' along the line. All I There is comfort in the knowledge so Is Issuing 200,000= new BROS ,
understood that those men who were often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's ---- ---- .
f isOPilis twenty franc pieces. This makes the AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED i
to step to the frmit: must die. Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every 11

"I'opln, you man on the right there," wish back in curing rheumatism pain in the nearly amount-3,000,000.of Swks gold In circulation .o=GOLAY=Ot I I. f Harper ih kcy. ', ;d>

said the otlicer.A : kidneys, liver bladder and every part 0.
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability Since the war of 1S71 the German 1
girl emerged from door
a Grist
young/ and Corn Peal
Td'.C No Substitute. leading from the commandant's quarters to hold water and scalding pain in passing army has lost only 13,1)00) men by sickness )Mills:

it. or bad effects following use of liquor while In the same time the French Main House-4018. Palafox stroeti\ 'f a !
nutll'tlUl' toward the soldiers. She (
wine or beer and I. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO. ;
overcomes that
Prop i 1
:;: unpleasant army has lost W.OOO men.In R.R. Union
and Exchange-Opp. Depot. t
that r
HALL OF FAME. wore an r.pron a cap denoting necessity of being compelled to go often .
'ME' -- she was a nur .'. She bad made both during the day. and to get up many times South Australia there exists a language ManntactcreriOHOICK P. O. Box 281. Pensacola Fla. ;S

deal herself, for in those dajs there were no during the night. The mild and the extraordinary test! for Intending Immigrants. MKAL AND PUKK GHOUWI
1 I 'r has made a great Phones 1162C8.MIDW1KKUY. ,
uniformed nurses. Lucia Clarke was a effect of Swamp-Root Is soon Unless a man can speak> or write English STOCK I L
1 fibs lands in Texas. FEED.
I 1I1.l1ll1'rnirl who had gone wiuth tot realized. It stands the highest for its won- he is pot permitted to land. .Ik! ,
Patronize Home .
r of Vermont goes Ins derful cures of the most Industry for there li .
find her hl'oth'r.II"II Clarke, who was distressing cases. Of Frankfort. Grange Colony. South every reason you should bay
.! !some of the most If you need a medicine you should have the nook Feed from the Home Manufacturer i'I t { "
I nited Mates. an invalid prison of war. Ha\in- l beat. Sold fcy druggists in 50c. andl. sizes. Africa recently visited' by Lord Milner. for by 10 doing yon encourage borne Indnt 1 .,;
pained i-cnuNsiuii to nurse !Lim she I You may have a sample bottle cf this not n house or tree remains; even the (17. Yoor money u left In the oommnnltj The undersigned take;this method ,
of tenon Carlos is now church lad yon In tarn are Indirectly beneOteti I of Dtlenujf:! her services as a
was destroyed during the
i had de\otid herself to the sick in the ; wonderful discovery war. fostering the home manufacturer
of the yot: first-class licensed midwife having !, .'
throne Spain. I ho-pltal attaditsl: to the pri-on, including and a book that tells t -::. A young princess, aged only eight !nontrlbote the cause of labor. You owlirtotbeoommDnltylnwblebyoa had 35 years experience. i

''iifd his laims. I ('oaftdtratest for in this case the more about It, both sent ". ...!!. : ;,:.,; .. years, daughter of the rajah of Jat- which contributes to roar tnpport.lire an< Can give best of references from

China I is also high; I III'S' Lit:.. and tlt'1'1'1' IlIiult l. till! "slio absolutely free by mail. __ __ prole, India! has Just bagged her first leading physicians of this city.

i religion and in : lead wtin the atluiration of all! ami the Address Dr. Kilmer & nome or swampRoot.Co. tiger. She already has two leopards to MRS. M.OIUDENS,

-t offer fort "blx ae- ly\e of the Cunfiderate commandant. ., Binghamton N.Y. When writing men her credit Try the NEWP Want Column. ]lit 114 !South DeVilliera St. t'it

I She foriidith tion reading this generous offer in this paper. .. .....
eanie a quick: slip. i

the New York million1 I She l:..l just heard of the order and Foils a Deadly Attack. j', ,
})In't make any mi"tafep.!: but remember .iT. ..,T.tT ''; .. iT''' ..;. ... ". ...._'. :: ij! .: 1
1 iiild, a church at IJkh10 I vvI .. '
knew what MS going on. the name, Hwump Hoot. "Mv wife was eo ill that good ''r.'--- WW.tW.- -Wt Wr2 W1- W.W- "_. i .
u-o flf the parish ; .'11111.." "Two." "Three 'Tfiir." Na iDr.' Kilmer's swamp Roof, and the physicians were unable: to help her," It' j

...andfiithi-r: lived.of I : sill nothin-.r; 1 but totterwl foruanL addre-I.I Hicghamton, X.; Y.: on writes :M. M. Austin of WinchestT : Roberts & ':; f :

:r ShediatN.. 15., am.idiin j: ".:ix," t"'I'n." "Eihtilll'." :\0.I I every bottle. Ind.. "but wan completely cured by f) Dailey, 'j|( ; ;

.' <'- : senate. Las 10 stepped' forward with as steady a ; Dr. King' New Life Pill*." Theywork I.. t
wonder in t'!"; : I ;
stomach and liver
,,-ist of the legion/ of tread as If ordered to meet a human en- i -DEALERS IN !'
I IJl1'ph the Canadian line-Mrs. troubles. Cure constipation, sick .
unit Lonbet of Franco.:
Sibley i of j i cay.T.Ieven.." "Twehe," "Thirteen" I I It Is a iHipulr.r saying In ,'ot1lI1tlI headache drug;:25c W.121 A.8. D'I..mberte' Palafox- 11f CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.I

'. that when the north pole is discovered ,
: t"- fore Incoming an (- ro\irteen. I street.
: ,!ilist took the '11-1' I a Scotchmanill! 1-e found settledturn1. I Iii! '
i" While the men had been counting : :; New Florida Syrup Fish Roe Etc. |
I It is not siirprisiii.:. therefore, : "' : k
i rublll fast horsts: andf Lucia Clarke had ,glanced: ahead! and I : O L t3 T O EM 4%.. :

I,I I seen that !her Ilrotlll'rIl'n\ would Lethe to find I Scotchman setting matters Bean the ,*lnB Kmd You Have Mays: 3flgU [ii|) 'FRESH SUPPLY 01" |(j "
: ,
I right! in tin': matter of the CanadianUiKlvies. '
; .
< > :Saudasky: 0., who will fifteenth ilia II. lie had only been ....

tr s liiuL'rai'hy, I is a Tol.toianis :, discharged from the hospital the day I I .ixvonliiig'Ilii existing to the maps 1:1'Junl's ale allwrong BJptuelP4't'o &,: RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS tiW <

( worked ns a day laimmigrant before and now, Intirm and with one in I II
\ ,
the in notion.Mountain" .
Outram. gentleman
j ; .. >
t' ? people oft the chanccti of death before him, could t '
I. of :great size exist where FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. "
: St rates, to study their needs. scarcely stand."Fifteen. () 1'J
nun are shun on the official charts.
n',:m's grave !in the Mans- HARDBRICK I
One he discovered stands; ll.'oO. feet ROBERTS & DAILY ;. : .
f 't< ry has Just been mark- A feminine voice rang out firm and 1l ,
above !sea lex'el. Mr. I ) lulrnml'llort'tl ,
clear. Lucia who had wedged herself (IJ j/Jj[
Mock. TheSherman"
'Isome granite
m .i i! mi icefield which he estimates to lie 21)0 218.220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. l
is the only leg- in between No. 14 and her brother ,
I I 1 square miles in area. It I'Ul'l'lil'S"n- Phone l.;". IViiMH-ola, I''a.
( .c ves the plainness of the stepped four paces to the tront.1- 11 .__ f1
ter to three different OI'IIIs-the Atlantic "
h. IIt'n.i seeing what his sister had done, 'I I ,._. -,... .., .'..'., ......_ ... w.". ";. $ "'; ... ;='. '
I I by way of the S Saskatchewan the "- '-- "! "'-" "
i i ,I States senators; Messrs. Ii i I moved forward to contest the place -- ,
t Arctic by the Athabasca and the Pacific -
nil, I'illlngham. }Foster I with her, but overcome by his infirmities

'"I Perkins and Platt of fell oil the ground behind her. by the Columbia rner. T A LEG, A WING, ?

i New England; : birth : Lucia stood rigid while two Confederate .
r ..t. the New Lug- attendants carried him away. I Ii \ ''.1 Iamlet.For AND A CUTTING OFF ,:
the residents of !

,Iphia.. I i I As Major Clarence Fitz-IIngh, the Hcrkiiu;years county, N. Y., aishury.on each ra'\ ON HMDHALF. THE BREAST OF A NICE

.. '!,n profess to be- I commandant looked at the girl standIng i i Thanksgiving! day have been suppliedwith i'I '
there in the rank of death his I
: eye i *
::' '! hams. These IKIIIIO mire gift TURKEY
i a FROM
1 was wet with "sjmpathy. !
l ,
resteil in I
< from Adiilphut' O. liartlett of Chicago! < -
".Miss; Clarke, he said gently, but I
nil liiginII'r -
i t : I i
I who tlms remembers the town which ,
be('n firmly 'Mil must appreciate the sacrifice reared 1 him. I .S .. '
'.r. find jou wuuU make, but it cannot bojicnnittetl. I R. W. W ATEHS & CO.
.\ l'II' 1It's"IIHlinlalll'c; | tried to figure .;
: I I ,
\ : : out fur Mr. It.irtlett what prupurj I -TO- !
"Then I will die with brother if :
..' I.. my tions Salisbury would hate! to assume : For Your CHRISTMAS: DINNER. Call drop us a line or telephone i':, 'i
I cannot tilt for him.
i .,1 I ': >uti. as a residence:muter! In order to throw ; and your wants will be promptly attended to. .
I I' ism!I: In' iiI !.LI' \\1-:1 t can yon tloV""I the dip 'iiM'r til ha ins! into bankruptcy. : ONE MILLIONGet "
will stand before him when h" i is ',
I r'. .9 1 :::1..1] j. "City or \iilauc.:! :' remarked Mr. I'.art- R. W. WATERS & CO.,
shot. and the bullet' will tnd thte
J I In' ni same
\i rse i lett proudly, "I 1 always shall consider
..'! .d 5t 1III'lilfI'r : fearful stiii Je;! for. us I,"l h." I I Salisbury ;:s a h.iml-t.; :; IS South .I'al.ifox Street(, eXt.SIa'pparc.| I5iiililiii-r.) ,

.!'i-{pmrtj to i ij jItlr. "I'I'allt'" said the ol'icer! "march I I Our Prices Before We have the Choicest Cut of Western and Hume Meat. alan rhickerii
jI the piiMvscrs' luitk. Scparnte thosewhs. :II .
j 'I: TLa t'o''rr of 'peeeh.
I I and All Vegetable; ., Telephone No. li(!. .
I, jire to be shot] from the rest""Vuu ; I I Fvofir II..1. Cunniimhaui of Dub- fI

tl'.litliK ... on tlif dead lino" said; the KITgant ,I I .in in :i ttt-i'iit i li-ctnrv l-eriiied, the in- I Purchasing.Papacies

"right face: I i lit'nteil nature of rigiit li.-indetlness in I! .

'. .., The live nun and the woman turnedto lie nisi made mule very interesting I HALL & KLEIN
''. "; !:' ,jJ' :-' .:\ the ri;:'"Mis slatriiHiits at'i'nt the location in : ,
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r- -. 'I 1'1,11'11I'ahl the major, ",you '
the brain of tin center of spm-h.' In ,
'. '0#. ..,: : can't g.. t-> lie men's I'1'I.4al: i all right handed" persons this! center I Non I Ii 50,000 Daily. 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.

_:k .- ;' ;J "I 1 will." slie "aillinuly. "I take myi'rotlitr's ;i the left side of the lira in. but in left I II ,

I' '" -- y.Yi-o: ", ; j'laee.: Where he would go I :I handed persons' the speech center isshifted

::...,,;/ __._! "?..... ;'"." i I to tin other !side so that as i iI j Staple and Family GroceriesSelect
fo I
r -- i -_ 7 ".r .\ Afx-il look reussPd Major l itzI i iI I'rofessrr: Cunningham says, "the left I '
-S ... .Tt, t I Hull's! fate. fdefY'Iillan Brick Go
: ,: handed from the right brain.
'Yyi ,? .... ..' I ,
Meats Etc. in Tins.
... '
/ / ://.' .'\\\,,... ".M'in'cai.i: ," he paid "send Miss -- Vegetables, ,

: i '/ t.rtr \ rln'; !Ktin i .y attire mult r the care of a
1 ;/ The IV oral Form Pine Barren Fla.
eoipoiali.d! :fro men." With this he : Poultry Eggs and Country Produce.
: \ :.. :oriel .mil \\iit into the building./ A :I :Multitudes are singing} the praisesof

/ \I:: "' \ JI few ni'tiiros later I.nria Clarke was est.rtt.l : KoJol, the new discovery which I MEN AND WOMEN.Cm Telephone No. 358.Ldquors. '
) I : is sick well ,., Big U for unnatural'lm
I "- : iota 1.: pre>-eiue. lie directed making: so many people .
1 to i dirt. H di rliaree8inflamniatntin.arantnd
; J. '"' lie ut'nho jrull/il..r:/ Ultra to with ,: and week people strong! by digesting! irntatioue or nli-rraiionn -
.nto.ul.tan of tnenbranea.Pr.
't \ /- I mncon
\' ,.I.", J11T I draw. hen !III' saul to what they eat, by clt-ansin andsweetening 1 .,.,rUilo. Pamlpgi. and not lrmITHEEVIHSCHEMIUICO. -

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I /- (.;rJjr" 1ther L> le de jou shall lie i I I trarsformini their food into the \CiNClhNA7lO.H t.9.a. |- or Sold ent by in plain IlrncEliI' wrapper '

: notified ami peii.iittttl tn go out with kind cf pure, rich, red blood that Sy expre.., prepaid. fore1011"ttlxdtlr.I'

Ll \1 \\i'.n\: \. ill jou gu to jour loom and re makes you feel good all over. Jiri. Circular lent uu retueatWEi .5. -FOHEverybody-
J CrI1 II fill. of Troy, I. T., writes : Fora -
f l1I:1ill11t re till yon are tailed i"
I number of years I was: troubled
"Yl'-,." with indirection and dyeppp- ,,
I 1 tty well; yen h.IlU word" which grew into the worst form. '' liLY: NC11IU U L ,

t.."os* 'c-. Lucia l lft the niliee and going tu her Finally I was induced to u-f Kodo! FOB STEAM DIVISION I

rixim, threw hcr>clf on her tout h 1111I1l.lII'j.I dud after using four bottles I am entirely ,
,' I curnd. I heartily rpcoimiifndKodol PKNSUJOIiA KLEGIHICTKKMlNAItAlLWAY -AT TH E-
? 1Ie roads load her fate in a pillow. ,
; to all fullers! from indigestionand COMPANY.Trains .
I her sufTtrin;;s gave place to a sort

.','< to toy IJUtul.1 stupor. !law long she was there she dyspepsia.: Take a dose after leave Penssoo! lor the LI til Reliable Barrel House -
meal It digests what eat. Kentucky .
you .
Bayou, fig Jiayon WarrIngton
i .hi on. ;! did tint IUIIW.he was by n Harris Pharmacy John Vhepard, and Fort Karrancas at ,

-- kii'Mk at the door, and Major I'itzlluais :5idUt Knhii. I
I y at fort Karrancti 7Ua.1I
"rtattit 1.o.1. i orderly' told her ti ctuue. She --- -- -- I II Karrancai IQM
) 10uu a.m arrIve at fort a.n
:. niiiaikotl them I slatted up with a moan but gradually I 1OOpm.arrtvxatFort Harraooni ltip: S. A. Friedman
Africa might j jI musitred Mnturth to go with 1Iinll SEND YOUR ORDERS elSpm.arrtvea.l''ortHarraacat 8SO p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:15 7Oika p II :: '

I e advantages llf st'p tth'1 prison: yard with her gnidi' :oo p.m.arrive at Kort Barr ac tl&p.e) ,
Trains leave fort Harranoa, for Penn
.. i-ut tiovv such a I I There, standing! in line, wire the three to }'(\rl: & Dolive for carpenter: orelertric'l1 : oola at SOLE: PKOI'RIETOK.I : '
who had btvn drawn by 1-it for
men ,
work. work _. .
Repair 7:15a.ra.: arrive at Peonacola (8:00. L
I' t"drtai11. i idnl" tect'.tioii. amnng them her trot, litr. 'r..rhIIY. at! lluo p m. arrive at rVnB! cola.n:43 p.p

I II lUtnl1ol.oil. She was abni'.t to spring toward ]him 2:00 5:00 p.P III m.arrive arrive at at Pernacola rVnsacola.__.___ 6 2:16:'tpr p.c am now receiving the Large-t and mot excellent ortment of ;

t\11linereial I when Majtr: F.u-Hugh tallnl to her to 7:10 p. m. arrive at PeoaacoU 7:., p. Wines Liquors Brandies and GinsOF
'ribet from I __ .8:45 p.m.arrive at Feonaoola 8:.Wt. r ,
waif. Then. drawing a paper .
: fLAUNCH.r atorC1a'l only EVERY I>Kr UK l'i''kt't. he began to read: I
'' C"rll.1" "Sp-< tai trjir Xo. -: i PARE FOR WEEK OATS. Alto the Fine-t and Largest Line of Ca e Bottled (lood?. t!

"In rcfo,miiun of the cm'Ires of Mis9 : -'r" ..r ...I"OU.. I' feniaoolato: Fort Karraacasaad return Attention Given to Mail Orders.
: 'I'''11 tnrtiiriii? Pensacola to Navy Yard and rlturD1bPensaoola Special
dis-'i VI" ..' rurkt-'ital unit h.r kindness
\ iir<' tort lire u.i ipht: I to mtuy sick ant x\uuml ,I I'onr.'J"ralt'I, : to Palmetto Beach and return lli9PSDAT I guarantee honest measure, best quality and lowest price Be sure to i isend

w'r, ties |Ii\.-,; i-f those Union prisoners drawn .-... = CHARTER : ICHCDCPB.: your Christmas orders tn
.ititude of any one. tor t'x"O'uti"J/ retaliation are s-iiareJ. I ; -1' When weather permit tbe running i

t I' \Vitf", Witch '' "Si-r,!eaiii.' added the olliccr "ma rob I : open coucbes. S. A. FRIEDMAN
r1 ,. Lean Feniaoola. LT Fort Barru'
v The !
I Equipped
Hui: "y, (tciicvj: 0, the prisoners ba t a. m. 10a.m.

i'Witt's Witch Hiz-1' When the seigeant and the threemru i Kaptha Launch CUPID, II a. m. 1! m.. 331 bouth Palafox Street P. O. Box 418, FENdACOLA, FLORIDA. t

.:- ,. t..I iof piles after I had filtered the prism and the doircKiMd with Parlor Car Fittings 1p.m.. m I Jp.m.IF. II.III. -
behind tin'in. the major turned Ip.m p.m.
: ;' Cures cut, I for a trip on the bay or fora 4Rm p m.
t i to the girl who stood mute beside him.
1\' I". kia diseases. HI' I I ( p. m. ( p.m. .
.., "Lucia ((larko." he said!, "it was the cruise. s p. m. i p.m.tAll J. E. DUBUISSOX 8 BROTHER,
,. rft'1t1l. Hari'i i'"' Phar"fpard. happiest motutiit of my life when I secured I PCS SUNDAY
Sidney Kahn. 'I I Accommodations for 40 eaiMola to ort Barranoai Havyardandretnrn COKNEU TAKKAGONA AM ISTE\IoSCIA STUEKTS,
that order from the general comuiaisiliiii. \ _______._ HiPenueola
: ." !pa.;senJers.I to Palmetto BeaoU aa_ Dealers In
retarn.__ __ __ 1* a
"How can: I show you my gratitude: I Rates very reasonable.

E. V// PEAKE, I asked the girl after several unsuccessful Landing-Pine street. rto frdlgbt evedatt.rala.m. Choice Staple and Family Groceries,
I' IJf.lx t ffort tu speak.' !
street keeps I
w r," !lit all kill.I" of "1.y p rrnitl l::; Lie reverently to love CAPT. STEARNS, gfm CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH Our Goods are Received! fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate
yen:' aii-J \S"arranfd to be the Bt-'t the Market Alf Ird" and can be
'. li iv' him d<> Master.PARKER'S ENNYRQaAIPILLS Relid on.Ve can Duplicate any Order Given u- During the
The gi!! stuid a< it swayed by thewind.
\ : 'lei, :1:1.i :: Thin.! eMiud'.ng; tar hand she |Py"\'X ArE. a .."man. i.4lw... 1- .ntH Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City. ,
4 S > "* rillCHK.TKKKNMJhU:
Nlh!. $ t ff, .la. lit II and dold Bir t...r> COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CARKFUL ATTENTION. ifV .
:1.. HAiR BALSAM "OtI..rlb"'"B late iio ofbrr. Relay
O :r. "Conic with the return ofpeace. r i
to me 4Dssrmx. iib.tlgtlun.| 1..11a-
Cl<- ri tut UauLfiei the hiruni "
,) 1 j r: Hail dsat's: tk .: ." Gray
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O ,f nvnKKTT 1'\Y\F" POTTF.n in,flu- Clurff HUT*rm to p itsci....ll.U.Iritrr I furl nuns aJlt-...,"i....axe.roL &.. ...n, PHONE 66.

tI'.. ,-( {; .-: M Try THE NEWS Want column. t! ii" ."d" ,..or ''''''7'''' I !..,..."e.'..Pi:, a- 1' ..llss t birbr.trrl.ssr.e. P*. I( :FAD111y Grocore

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St. John Matthew Brewster, P. J. FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

: Right Price. Hamilton, J. 0. Dickens, Miss Mari- TO LAY .OUT MARITIME. ...,. --"

bel Williams and Miss Tacon.

"In the dining-room the same A NEW ROAD

pretty arrangement of white and ARRIVED. fri rffi ffi rtcJ gx.

The price of "GOOD LCCK" Baking Pow. green was noticed with white hyacinths IUI bk Northern Empire. 952 Kazeto :
Plymouth to order
lor to the housekeeper 18 t"a cento ((10.18) fur instead of roses. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LEFT A m steamerTarpon to matter 2'JI. Barrow Philadelphia i THE GREATEST \

I foil pound (16 oz. net), packed in a motaturemcf "The table was set entirely in Bres Manchester Inventor :2.05. Parry : r1WVALUES
candelabra with Tampico to Gulf 1 raosit roBrttl'halton.Si :
crystal cut-glass! ,
.> till can. 1"h81:1 the lowmt ixnoilile Jiru-e ?!, eaaderson Tampico
candles and shades a large central to Gull Transit Co !
,U which Uie best Baking l'u1IIt'r can bo IIIIWUjcund. ", ",
vase and.. numbers of small vasos and
Ibon. CLEARED. \c ;
) .bon dishes. I County Commissioners J. B. Rob- Br ss Olivemoar.: ,Jones, by Gary 4 Co -;. :r- : ". ,
for Rotterdam, with SN tinS coal valued
I "The refreshments were served by eris, John Welsh and W. A. Shelby at tJW! aid bailed

Richmond. Vsrgiaa.sssS.SisIS..I.eeS.S. Mi-ses Nellie Friend, Venetia Dan- -
and Clerk Angus M. McMillan left EVER OFFERED IN ':UN'S AVOHK S1IO1IS.; YOU SHoi:
--- --- -- -- ner, May Price Virginia Inge, Kitty SAILED.talbkTltaniaS7 .D

.......>.............. Allen, Mary Wilkinson Lolla Belle the court house at 9:30 o'clock this ] for Montevideo NOT LET THIS CHANCE SLIP YOU BY.

i. Gould Coiinne Orton, Mary Bnl- morning: in accordapce with a reso- Am s OrloD,11K, Hillary, for Boston

luck, Kate Crawford Julia Lake lution adopted at the recent meeting -- -+A FE\V OF THE MANY STYLES
Ie I Johnson Edith Toxey and Rosa Virginia Tacon,Smith Margaret of of that board.

.. .. Selma. The delicious punch was The board went out on Jackson VESSELS IS PORT8TBAJIlHIP8.. $3 00 VELOUR Calf Bootee ... ...........-. ... -..... : j 5

served Misses Price and MissesLegon. street to the city limits, thence
A delightful afternoon was given by Span! Alicia. 1517 Luzarraga to Gulf Transit $2.50 VELOUR Calf Bootee ............ .........-- ,v95
yestsrday by Misses Margharetta ." north about 600 'eet, proceeding directly Co

sod' Florence Le non to Miss With- "The departure of one of the most west toward Millview for the &tier Cober Bylgia lift, Behrens to W L Wittlcb $f2.50 Heavy Calf, Plain Toe Shoes....__.... ,
I r Del of tit. Louis, the charming guest attractive visitors of the holiday purpose of laying out a new road CoNor Frida Horn. VM. Unbseh, to 8 8L $1.75 Satin Calf, Plain and Cap Toes, Lace

of Mrs. John 1>. Jones. The party Hydra 831. kDud en,to Gulf Transit -|
season Miss Daisy Wright of Pensa from Pensacola to that live town.
enj >yed progres ire games: after cola leaves, aching voids in many Road Supervisor Raggett went out Span Co Leonora v,1"1ri. Bustlnza, to Gulf'Transit j'I! and Congress. ..m...._ .............. ... ...._._._.. \t;; .Q

-?j which dainty refreshments were masculine as well as feminine Br Manchester 1'1' Corporation I'M, Heath. ) $1.75 Heavy Calf Gugii Eyes, Cap Toes s/jj
serve;!. The highest score was made with the party and will work the to Unit transit Co

by Miss Leila 1eee who wasi j hearts. I road when the route is decided on. Milopia s CoIn Kiis, Burgess toSuthtrlandlnne -'I $1.50 Heavy Eng. Tie...... ...._ .. ....................-............... s" / ;j

awarded a lovely caudlt .olLick. Miss j "Mr. R. M. Cary, of Penfacola, i The road will extend in as straight. & Co fbornly. IvJT. Major, toW L Wittich I

$1 Charlie Jones won the con-.ol.Uion a'' spent Sunday the city." I Br Windsor n; 'i,Booth to Guf Transit Co
( --- I: a line as possible and is a project of I
f very prttty lace: handkt'rchief.trs.. i bllll-s.
tSetze captured the booby' a box of I Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's :' Commissioner Shelby. Ic will be a Nor Charles Dickens 1.J05; Horrensen, toorder I MEYER SHOE CO.
I Idomino..s. (Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver 'I I IIlKlisw.
it and bladder remedy are heia/ diI -. I great convenience to the many re1'1 ifl. Oneto. toorder ,
i Br Kings County, :!1M>l. "'aoter. to order I IIt
aud 1 I I tributed here from house, free. Have i dents in that wooded vicinity and TroJ n. It't. Hurtatotte. to order i Feet Furui'.lifrs for ('alt Oulj.
The air concert I
: open parade you received one? It Vauluo l.>;:t. Mosao. to Uoaiisco liros |
: Riven by Gorton's sol* band thi? I, .. -- I will also contribute to increasing; BARES I
' m)rning was a trit to lovers of I ; property values. Itat Aldo.9"2. Keiretto. to 8 S L Co I I
1 TOTED THE OTHER Nor Ahealon.yiS 1'.rt-tlD.' sod H L Coital .
s" music. The instruments were wonderful The board: returned early this Kuccicm ttevello,64't, Kalnere, toil I IBaars ---

in tone and sweetness and the i It Crifctoforo Coital Columbo, "'J', Luigl, to
afternoon. -
$ selections beautiful. The cornet'I'I FELLOW'S LOAD Kftars It Ceare.t"A Imnwod.r, Colosta, to order \ DR. J. H. MOCK

and baritone horn solos gave an idea I :Nor luivro 7S$!. Larsen. to order ,
\ltl.l. Sells.. M f Sbotter Co
Nor ":Ira to
I. of the great pleasure in store for I IN HONOR Han Kredensborg SM. Kesby, to orderor
' lovers of good music at the enter. I I Editor Daily News. > tlennk lbi>en.NIK balversen to order
Ian OFTHEIR It Manin. Mosso. "_'. to Ft) Howe 4 Co I
,",i tainment touight at the opera house. Some months ago there appeared KING I Ital Maria Delia.iw,Guardia. to Kosasco DENTIST.
Press of this Eros i :
.3 article in the Daily Nor lIruntl'r.!151. Juell. to order
The annual and election I
meeting Nor 135., Waxbolt. to Pensa
.. city calling! attention to the fact that -- Morpesta
of officers of the Osceola club took cola Lumber
the mayor's salary was only $100 per Ital Miro. 611. Parma to order I 28% S. Palafox: Street 3E Old
t i place last night. The following o Ulcers month ; that he compelled to devote Norwegian vessels in the bay are wody list Martnln 7'4.UIorlo, to Baars 4: Dun- i Armory Building

* were elected : his entire time tl, the duties of bedecked with national colors from It >ostra Madre,915, Conslgllere to or- CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A
PresIdent-H. H. Thornton. der I SPECIALTY.
, the office and conveyed the idea prow to stern today in honor of the Aunt Poschicb.sol. Mandib to order 'I
! First Yice-President-Hon. S. R. .' Parodi i
ll Pensacola Hiiuonette! to
that be should have a raise in salary.At birthday of King Oscar of Norwayand CoItal PRXSACOLA, FLA.H. .
Mallory. the time the article was printed Padre. 5: i I\ Second Vice-President M. Mulr !. Sweden. The Norwegian! con- Hr Kollo.('!Jenkins to master
I was inclined to agree with the Nor Skjold, 14W, Krouh to M s L ('0
i don. sulate is also displaying colors in Ital Hilenzo. Tot. Mmonetti, to order
writer as the city clerk's salary had & Co G.
Nortl nd Ilt.11 Petterion.toHulIlvan DeSilva I rOt
if 1 and Treasurer R. B.
Secretary been raised to $115 per month the honor of the ruler. Nor ..r\'ia.IH, Sevensen. to order .
IB Roberts. Am Marah I> "Fell V.! Loveland, to J A
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I marshal received $100 per month Merritt Co
3 Board of G j vernors W. S. Keyser. TO Cl'KB A COLt IN OXK DAY Nor Teutonla.Sna. (Jreees'en, lo orderItTrento Manufacturers and i
and had a lot of deputies to do his I'*.'. (iolusso. to order I
F. li. Hibernian and Heury Hyer. I work the city comptroller received Take Laxative: Hrnrao tijinlne: Tablets Ital Vermout. 7. Kazetto. to S rt 1* Co
After the usual business ses-ion, ; I This signature l jPfW t on every It1 Vesuvm, 5..I. Cacaoe, to Ktlsa'co bros Sash Doors Blinds
- I $100 per mouth and spends a good I box. '5c. \D SfjcZrW-l Cier Wuul-brHnt. It.... llna-e. to tim-ler ,
, the! members enjoyed an elegintsupp : Kus YEtavut,C4,.\allouen to 4 P hotter
share of his time burning powder at
i I.nit 0'iir"y!' (iainii'n Hor.if.Lours Co
.-r, the menu consisting of gumbo : Shingles,
t the Gun Club traps or in the woods; : of U.oKcns; will regret to heart I'HOO"F.RI'
. cold meats oyster*, salads: bread i Am Brothers It.'. Kellv. to master
the boss of the city streets received lu t tho lioiiio "f ).I r. Sauvy (;nip of

1 crackers and other delicacies. Well- fbO I per month and had little or nothing j i lniiu : chosen toa=ts were olleied and re- Lillian, JUS: Uuudwln, to J
i J I to do, and it Deemed the mayor gate ;Muct IIollMTii, inliicli the lady A Merritt Co =

spond'd; to, thepeeches provinjjone was doing the most work and did not Jwl'lt. is imw in the occuiKitioii titIiollsdn'akl'r" &: z_; iT-: -= ;- Brick and Lime.

of the pleasaatest features of thee ami tl.e IHrl'1 t has .- _
receive aYy more salary than the
ye n I og. lIt't'1l vxi-rnliflmiil in an iinpru\('Ilant Telopholle U"o. 1 1.
other fellows.A .
Thus tnded the banquet of ISKKJ, : sclii-i'io. in careful investigation of the city
I with best wishes to the past aud for :' fi-w days as' Happily, there are still I South Falafox wishes to inform the :L
charter convinces me thatthe mayor several 1'ickcnsian relies left aiul also I Ia i
I' i
the future. public that he has no one employed
has toted the other fellows load in
; few of Thackeray. I'rob.-iMy the majority BRAWNER'
to solicit trade and will only be responsible -
; Mrs.; J. H. nee-e entertains. at a reception i I other words it was the intention of of those who visit the inagniti- for goods intrusted to him

this afternoon and ever.iugfrom I It the gentlemen who framed the char- centVailiee collection nt Hertford

5 to 10. ter for the city that eacn department i IIoUM nre uisawnre that It is the 1'lIlltl.1 personally. 3jltn

should its load. Now if Ing outside n'liieh IJawdou Crawlt-y
cary own ,
; Mrs. E. 0. Haltmarsli! entertainedat was arreoteil aiitl that the nobleman I : CLEARANCE SALE
our honorable mayor sees fit to assume I I
who lirst be;.:an to collect the art treasures MONEY TO LOAN
tea 1 LF-t evening, complimentaryto the burden of others, I fail to which were sii1iMiiuutly l equeathetl -

M15s f KpotNwood, of Mobile. The see why anyone should re fter a I ,
i to tl-v nation to form the cshiliitioii -
On the reasonable terms and
tible was beautifully decorated with most
kick The mayor don't seem to find the original I of Lord

pink ro-es. The guests! who weie I I fault with his pay, as it is an open I II Stejw--St.!was.Iu ints (;;uz.-i I e. without publicity.J. i .BEFORE TAKING STOCK... I

so delightfully entertained, were: ---- -- -- -- ---
secret that he will be a candidate to i

Miss; hpottswood MNsAvt-ry, Miss I succeed himelf the honor of being I'.ildj Sni.portt IJ.'M. 2 South Palafox lip-Stair
; I 78 Roys' Ioublo-Jrpasted piece I 64 inch Heavy Lidie-t'ciotti n i ill
!..I.tri.11luter. Miss Cdet.tine I William! A. i; IlL "tlie preaten Kite J. A. W'ILos, Manager.citiv ; .
!i mayor is i no doubt worth something.Other I suite, all wool, worth $3, special! sale Color, regular $I yard. tin- ',1.' <-i'
Mr. 11. M. Ciry, Mr. F. \. Kos, Mr. city ofliciaU who receive no flyw the wor!l.1 has known. as lie i iFtjliMl is -- *1.! 8 suit. I yard.
I 1'j I'II"-ts in this lill('. $11..5fully i Remember WA carry a full line of.
tt.: M. Cro-s and Mr. W. D'C. Ke,- I N() 'ICJ'H.
pay; at all for their services concl1 olln tl.iy at his' from Five Piece? JJlack Khark: Kkm Ii
'xI'riml'tlI..llhc r Punts 16
Hoys' at
.I.A.-. .. .. ........ I o age I
- 1
I the honor of holding oiflce comper- hou.i 1:1 \. ... with an aero- prices! to suit eVt'r'b'ldy. inch Dress; Good*, la'est out, rcuuUrH
i N KITH KK his captain. owners
The O-ct'ob club ball which i N to satitu: enough ; one of them stated i plane similar to the one with vlui-li .'l- '*.": 'i nor L'on llln."s of tbe Kr ssManche'ter Look at our !ShowVii.dow for I yard this sale hI: ,- yard.
since that he t-xantlcr Crah.itn i IU11 rewntly ina'le lovf'otor11 lie prippsIn Ladies' Underwear. i ,
not long not .
3S Dresiitod'
openly, 1 I rll'cei"wcy wand '
take place Thursday evening, rep jnMlile for ddu contracted Ve carry a 'IwflIline of Ladies'Flannel
. promire-t to be a very brilliant alfiir.Mrs only donated his time to the city I. tilt! isi-o\cry! tuit Ie.l him; to announce by the crew! of hlild'e hPI. : and :-:ilk Wai-U at prices: so r'iilk, regular fJ 1 1ard, tinsai
of tin- future I'KKKY. 71e
that Ihe tljsns I yard.
. but hired a man with a shot gun to Gu'f Transit Co.. CaptainConsignee. everybody can wear uii*>.
would l.e of this tjpe. Mr. IMdy's ex- stilt I I 70 doz ;Men's Heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wool I'.liok Henriett -
J i John Dnnh'tin entertained: at : watch hU hou e while so employed.The I
. piTiiiient wa in corrolmratioii l of --- ---- ---- --- :, Moreno Uiidershirts, special 20c; ,i. fcilk warp, regular 1 yard lIIl-
whut this uioiiiiiin'. Three tables state legislature will soon be in Nl.1TlIEit the I.'IIpl"n.o\ll'ners
sale .
fessor Hell's statement that an 1'1'0'1' ... of I be Nor hark j drawer to match. twayard.l
Were lia .d and a most pleasant tune ses-ion und I think the city charter plrtiie kite could l>e maik? that ,.. .1 Teutomu norcoo.lgn.will Ii! re-poni-t-1 GO doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirt :!II l pieces a )-inch All-wool Tnc .i.

T was spent. Delicious refreshments' should! then be amended so that a : carry tUtwtislit of a motor man the crew ot said Me \for.fnl.KKiEK debts. coutracteu by *, worth oOe, special 3c; ; all colors, regular 35c yard thi- -ain

. were erved. Those present were: recorder should be provided to and thus solve the proMetu tif aerutlnavizntioii. ., << (KX, Captain. drawers match. 2c; vard.
. I I 30 doz Men's All!! W"II\I 1 HAd Undershirts "Jut l.i.iaistings ..
M. H. !-\ULLr\\.St.ODlIID..e. Ileceived a Full :
' Mr*. W. H. KnowlM Mrs. W. 15. preside over the police court thus .'e a result of his experiments
II :'JH worth fl, special 75c ; drawers \" regularI'-jc; yard.tllI- -ailuc
:. Wright Mr*. W. K. Hytr, Jr., Mrs. relieving the mayor of the most unpleasant Mr. I'Jdy said that ProfessorHill's ., - -- to mat h.I :yard.

n John C. Avery, Mrs. : part of his duties. This I (lis,-o\ery wotiM revolutionize: corilgnces the captain of own-the 100 doz Men's: All Wool Camel's 47Lidies' Ready-to-Wear 1ttuuv-:

(}. II. Dir-liin.ui, Mib-es: Leah: and would make his olllce one of dignity, Dying; machine luvcntiou.Foley's I I aNEl1'IItlt, for HyUlH will be I Hair Undershirts, worth $1.W. pec- Day Skirts worth f 1.50 special -ai9rfo &
contracted UalSl ; drawers to match, in White I each.
Mary OatHa! Miss Annie LeBiron, as it should be. CITIZEN. I i by the crew of b vessel..
I Kidney Cure I'. UEHKKXS. Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rairv-')
Miss Nellie Mallory, Miss Lizzie ----- I I \\". L. WIttich .t /'0 CHDtaln.consignee. I j We have about 3 doz. :Men's Hilk I Day l Skirt, guaranteed all wil,

I i Reese and Miss Julia Whiting. For Over !Sixty Years. nukes: kicncys and bUdl rijrht. 11111 Shirts and Drawers, worth $3; spec- worth $4, special Hale {2.48 each

MRS. INHLOW'B SOOTHING TRL'P bus -- -- '. lal to close 11.20 each. I 60 Ladies' Black and Colorrd
-- -
. Mr. A Whetstone, of the Montgomery been used for over sixty years by mllilonsol ..-.................................................. 25 doz. Boy's; and Girls' Ribbed I t Wonted Skirts, worth $I.50, spesui
for their children while j and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at salA 9' u each.
Journal i* here for a fewdays. | mothers teelblcg
'f ?it.Vhetstone with perfect success. It soothes the child !FORTUNES BRDWING FRUIT. 25c; driwers to match. I 37 Ladle Black Tailored ard Figured
says great i softens the gamsallays paincares wind 21 doz. Koy'a and Girl's Gray and Skirts, worth $2 50 to ?iJ, spceul
changes are contemplated for the I olio,and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. PEACHES and PLUMS FOR MARKET.COYINGTONANDCONECUI4COUNTIESALA..THE I. Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c; i salll f 1.98! to$1 9'i elich.II .

Journal ia the near future the controlling I It will relieve the poor little sufferer Im t tFM drawers to match. II H' Jackets our pr, 'I
interest having been pur- mediately. Bold by DrtiKgists: In every part PEACH PARADISE. j i We carry a full line of Lidieg'" I1.4S to |8 each. You will ,*vi

cliaed man ofJlirmiiigham. of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottleHe t HIiF- BEARING ORCHARD. : : Men' and Boy's and GirU', shoes I money by looking at ours bti"r!
, by au experienced .
sure you ask for"M rl.Wlnslow's Soothing that we ean save you 2ac on. buvin .
rvi> Peach and Jap Plum Trw, 4 Years Old. :
. yrDp, and take no oth.r kind. '
Remf'mber-We full line
carry a 24 Bo>& Overcoats heavy, at fl 1 Wto
GREATEST BARGAIN ON EARTH t of Men's Clothing Bougnt at GOc on $.S; worth nearly double.

We copy three: interesting items : I, I L&N.Cro.sespropertyHtutionandSide-traeks In the Orchard bOLl from dollar. We will close them nut at 19Boy: Double-Breasted 2 p.suitworth .. '11I

from the Mobile Society Journal' THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCL Trees Last Season, SIIIM SU1'OrALCKUP"'AILURB"'. 'rop now on Tree worth. fuuw-lUpe: June. | just yt price off other merchants. I $1.5O special;: suit
. "ch,tt," January the 17th. I I I.1 1 I"rioo. SOO.00 O-ny 3Prtyr aont i

Mrs. Monroe Price and Miss Kelly: ; FORECAST-Partly cloudy tonight'. ill Health at Owne"luosbare." cause Write of tlutck.this Great Particulars Hargiln. Pictures Mac organize, etc.. Address Mock Company : Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look

the charming ;sisters of Mrs. W. B. with occasional rain: Thursday fair; lightnorlhnrsl at Ours. Remember the Place
I I I. E. n.'UDlJPH.: R.ecl z.eV'e ,
Wright, need no introduction here, ;' iiuds, :................................................
.. luring won many friends in this I < i io5 S. Palafox St. F. E. BRAWNER.
city who remember them with much i ipleaQure. Temperature In Last 24 Hours: I

\1\llmum..___.___.._._ M d..n..elIIDIIUUIU G. MORASSO
) ._.._.... _". .._.._ I'degres FRANK BRUNO, ,
'-Th reception given by Mr. and : President. Sec'y and Treat'

j Mr*. Monroe Price in honor of Mrs. Temperature Elsewhere: MICHINE
Witlitm 1. 1eIy and MNs Kelly Mln Max.Atlanta. BRUNO & CO. :

Thursday evening, was a most elaborate ._ __ ._.___. ao SrtBitmarck
i ._......... ......, ..._. t)' ,
a ad delightful allair and from Cblca"o. _...........?......._._.... uSi AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING .
hours of eilit to eleven crowd Cincinnati.ialveston ....._.__ .._:. jtjt WHOLESALE oM 803-805 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
the a I ( .._. ... ..__41 t4'Ruron.
offf'aesH tilled the rooms and linI. -,' .. _... ... _. ..........- -& liJacksonville. Vermicelli
: I' ............_ .... .. Jol> 4tKan' Spaghetti, Taliarini, Vaircs$!, Cocks and ETenttiBE in this Line Kg CoiutaKtly BE Ha
I. gered to enjoy the sweetness beauty : ,,! Clty_...... ._......._ 1" :ts
The Key West.... ..... ..... ......_....tI4 74 Spaghettini, Zito, Mezzano, Work '
and ho-pitality. parlors were Prompt -He asoiiaMe Prices.
I MemphisMobile __. _...._ fill J
jW' all in green and white; bride roses I .__._ m_.-_ ... ._..... U ... Pericatello Ditali, Cannaroni ,IJ& J'S HUGHES PronI
Montgomery: _....._ ;V .. ,I J& J* ,.,* PHONE 123-292. ,J&J&J& jt '
; vieinz in statelines and beauty: with I I New Orleans. ___ >\ :011 and -
t in whose honor they Sew York.......__. ._ .O! MI Stillina Lascagni. -
g{ the bride, were I I Savannah .._, _.:$ 40
n. there. i :!t. Louis: ___ io 40 MANUFACTURED FRESH DAILY OF PUREST
L "In the front parlor, against a MATERIAL AND BY EXPERT WORKMEN. A & CO.
Hot Rolls at 5 10o-
background: of palms Mrs. Price in p. m., ,
:i a handsome gown of white crepe de .

t.' chine, received, assisted by Mrs. .WHOLESALE GROCERS

:-' Kelly in a most becoming blue gown I| OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S -= BRUNO & CO. ,*, ... ,

,. Mi Kelly In White organdy, and ', Fine oysters today. Try them. FLA.

',I I Mesdames; E. D. Bondurant. Thos. I[ NIC APOSTLE. Telephone No. 207. G. )101L.SSOgent"4. 701 South Palafox. Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government Si, PENSACOLA,



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