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 22, 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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her and they sailed away. After circling Ghosis THE OLD RELIABLE a :,.

the room lleywood led her into

nail{, asked a window the rest 6rat.of the where evening.they Then remainedfur and UNFOUNDEDTAX FOR HIMSELF !3 '
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[Copyright. ):)(r.. by II. S. hale.] :
there a treaty of was signed.Hoywood "i"i'O
," jnii continually putr was very peace lenient with her, In 1'hil.siulphia Marih. 1M2:cneouutered, the bark a Soimjlkilltf ; brig; the IIQYAL :

she knew well that he would
r -. ln'a&itlg fur a though stand no more trilling. I COLLECTOR D'ALEMBERTEDENIES POSTMASTER ROBINSON WENT I {=p ",dwell in the !Lay 1.( )I'.i-u-ay wit! $ '

f irirejilj in;: to his! it signal: of distress ljinr.! :

.1 r ill-law's iui-iK>n.IMelle nliiiut Huwcvir nothing all, for this Mrs.was Clover much, now ado WIDELY CIRCU- TO THE NATIONAL CAPI- The Speedwell; had a cargo of coal he r4 1 1

for IIl; :iltar. the was also a new .

.I: \! I will !>e Inning; !'CHI'IIIl'hl.1rl'1I! to take rare of, LATED REPORT. TAL LAST NIGHT.Postmaster "I'aft. this bcI'rg her third! \oyas.WLilo .-. r t'' t'II .. *
has a passion for .
if inclinationto .
has neither the time nor the
Mil.ics" IHtN'm to : lying in the IHMYIK at anchor at ,>01,_ .t, 1j 1 ,f
attentions from other
accept men --- u'sht::; the crewhad btvn frightened .
r .'iH' her time to than her husIJauIl'silts.\ : she has' h G. V
CountTdx Collector Arthur H. I y a r.ii,.in/:! i.i the f A-asil. ?
I i hat! she really pre- I list her beauty, and h'T admirers liaefallen His M. Robinson left
At ilsrk., ,,1tlh' lUht U-frre the
'.. : away. F..t. ll Tell BL. I IVAleuiberte authorized this paper for Washington night for the expressed Fclitijlkill: ('illlil'p, states and all went
iu..t 'Ilahe II' pry; "
-iMMk) loKMelle.: an1'.I I FOUNDED ON A HOCK I this morning; to deny in toto that ne purpose of conducting a personal away in the lonzbjat and left the cap-

la I" .I-i't- K'F
>\.I U! [:ot ,!.. l.uiir." had any intention of resigning; as tii'tit for a reappointment.He :
In Jane I'I' rail away frori the \Itt lti II::. If tliisw'aioh The Pueblo of the Aruuia Indian had been industriously; circulated: in was ia'possesMon of some very I.II'\.1t\ mead whaler" .I"sah;; Henna: iu "4
: usually: irirtlres Iu Jet le&ii-u. POWDER ; lf!
telling the city and county for the pat several commendatory documents of his the |I"-:rtt' fort St. L'tuis, Maud of ; I
is a part ".f I A trappier 'roiu Xe\v Mexico was Minritiii--I A wt-ek! after she had!

not heiil your adiliifg 1- ; the other night of the wonders of weeks.It record as postmaster and had been mailed away there came into port n Absolutely! Pure ;':L i

I : to: IHT. Leave that country. is understood that several mem- assured that the nomination of:Oai ship eiil'ti I! the Culden; Ili.rn. owned by I
s't.'n, if UT, she i h 1'.0 have all hoard the ad\iee about THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE !
raid l he. bers of the County Democratic Ex- tain Northup would be held up until en DiJsli linn in JHllIhay. She had
.1 '>11 aura building! on a rock. I suppose, r
touched at a port In I'ejlon amid was to' /
i il I for either to n l- "Well to setthat lujuiu-tiou carried ecutive Committee have received he could reach there. bond for Liverpool and the crew had! i1"

: : 'lie tI\'I" I'ilrII'\'I'I'Y out to the letter you shouldisit the letters from an aspirant to the office As told yesterday, a strong; petition forced the captain to nut in at St. : J.
.. 'rl It\'('. I Aroma Indians. Their pueblo is built I
: 1 II .
Louis on account of the ship being started forward lie stepped back; and t
in which it stated that
was against the appointee's con
it its Sou feet from -
,1 iiMin was on a mesa rising a comparatluly
hlUlltt'tl.'I'r) little of the story then t ... l liv>K (T.fra'Zt: 'il, Ilhl! level stretch. there would probably be a vacancyin firmation was wired Senator Mal.
leaked out when the six of us who had of feet no noise at the rail. 1'roiuj

:sti i".t III the evening "They tell a funny story; about bow the collector's office very soon, lory, who seems to have succeededin deserted the whaler shipped aboard of forehead down to tllrult'II a darker i1SP I :
.l i, 'nrt. The first of such .
i M they came to land! on the top a ;
t In the !shadow as It u-iled. The 'i;
'cl :,fll'I'oh(' had o\er- huge roek. It seems that they were and the writer solicited the endorse- keeping back the name. her.The ;
captain and both mates were arms Penned to lung down but you ': j

i I'* remarks: about lurIiiifst formerly located on another roek. and ment of each member so addressed. In the meantime all news from English: and there were two English also lost sight; of the bands in tlioshadow. !I"

I'I-I UIlIt' and nil one day when' they were all out working Where this idea originated is a mat- Washington is eagearly read, and sailors; in the fo'castle. Of the thirteen Captain! mates steward '; i 1- .
11.11"1 Hej wood saw her a great rainstorm and
:; alousjTame forward there five cook man aboard went on look ,: '
1 ,. frowned. As sum .as wiped off the map the only path leading ter purely of surmise, but the letters neither side will give in until the men were every f
Portuguese. The cook was a negro and out and saw the pliost.We ;
the ball IMelle accept- to their rock city. Well, there have been written and sent to prob-
I up senate takes final action. the steward an Irishman. Of those took the ship into port but none f' J
if man whose for it but to hunt another \t
tis < every nothing up
ably every member.Mr. Mr. McGouriu's confirmation as arriving in the ship at Port St. Louis anted any stun of her. Thostory : ;
k her and seemed rock and they took a life lease only the eaptain and first mate remained. pit out ami fur six months she :;

.r niiiuIxT was greater of their present location D'Alemberte said this morning marshal Is expected this afternoon (Cook steward and all other: was idle., Theo she got a charter for: '! t

I ley wood stood l>('- I "It's a picturesque place when one that the impression may have -- -- were new hands. Tour of the Americans Australia, was spoken twenty-two : .

rd was filled then pets up there. The houses are built of gotten out from his several time CREDIT FOR WORK were educated young men who i I days out and after that was never 'I r :

partner:\ mid did not adobe, and one has to get out of doors had shipped for a whaling cruise in a heard of a;;ain. M. QUAD. l

urnto lcn\p. Hoi to get upstairs. You we, they have a saying something iu connection -- --- -- .
spirit of adventure. The captain andboth
i:tening to herd ladder up which they climb to get into with his company of battery boy, DONE GRATIS mates were above the ordinary! Discretion.
: triumphs she the second story. Two burglars: broke into the house
and probably he had dropped a I and even the cook was a man of considerable -
.1.1 II'lIill;:. and I "They have ways of their own of of a merchant who was generally considered -
education who had been
.. ',, ,' ,.' Hi I'M- usuali cooking. They grind their Hour in a casual remark about resigning from to be very rich. After hercu
driven to hard luck ashore. I
i i ,I' ,!,. 1"r a tote trough with stones. They print the the militia if there could be bad no Editor Dally ::\ew!. 1'hy lean efforts they managed to open this
tell this because had -
we a
I I wheat as a woman washes clothes aiulspread He In your issue of yesterday a writer you mystery wife, but who can describe their dis- ,
drilling I quarters. was not a board, and superstition played
,i- \\.il.nt,: a' it to dry on an old shawl. That opiiointuicnt when they found! that It t
great deal surprised when a reporter signing himself "Citizen, has I. no part in it. I
.' and all their labor in vain :
i u- I pirt of it may look simple, tut I tell was empty
'. 1 ".d', I sun it takes some skill to spread a approached him on the subject today an article in which he attemptsto Such of us as had heard the gossip I.\t that moment the master of the
he had heard the about th-j ghost from the oM crew had .
( thin \batter over a redhot soapstone asA as report. show that the city officials I house, awakened by the noise, appeared
forgotten it when the Golden Horn was
\ do when baking. VA'lieu it Is dime, on the scene. For a moment all
have neglected to do thtir duty, three or four days out. She: was a fast I 'iI
\ ,\. II." : u.v: take hold of one corner and bit three stood there as If turned Into
tliyleneeuf SOME GOOD and have let their burdens fall craft well found in every particular the first to 1 ':
s y I i it *,!! IS one would a porous planter. stone. The merchant was ,
and there was nothing;; to find fault I j
I I 'I! >ptI lie .lovM.-l I "lint those people are past masters: In OQ somebody's shoulders. In reply come to himself.! 1
I with. One night, while I was acting; as
: > -.1: .I I h, > girl: w'i>i 'I.." tie art of malting pottery. They have SUGGESTIONS "iJentlemen," he !said "let US all i i
,. ... to him I will state, that his liMiKout on the busts I the hour lieins Ir-
'Il : :. :11,111:1'!! li\t ban l at it for years and turn tit some maintain a discreet silence over this
tween 1 and :2 o cioek, I tU\'IIl..lll1r face
.1'1.1 1'1-1 ,I .l'-li-i-'V| llolllUUJ''V beautifully colored water jars, bowls insinuations certainly do one city incident. .\1It1110W permit me to show)
for a moment and:t\\' a man standing
(lit: : I,.." \I, '' U w.w' I the dour"1'roui the German
and such things Altogether they are a Kdltor Dally News. official an injustice; I allude to the about the feet away.: I was In the you ,

J picturesque people, and a visit to them captain's! watcn which Is really the
chairman of the board of health ,
Another Junior falls in line to ,
i 'I' < nttTtt jiiirfct it which i Is well worth the climb up to their say second mate's watch, end Mr. Leslie, Hea. 1'ronipt.

1 ",I : 1 L>iillt/ tort wis :prune- rocky home if one happens to be In that he is glad to know that at least Capt. Wm. Hays. It is a well-recog- the second mate, was pacing;: the quarter "I once knew a newly apiminted minister

J n. -.It-lie; was tliesst-il! that of the l'ouutry.ew York two young men in the communityare ," said a well known congressman
part nized fact that has
Captain Hays : dirk, as I eould see.' It being:: a '
'. : '"I i s.inp1ieity./ This was the service the
Tribune. for modern ideas in the legisla- iu discussing foreign
quiet night with all sailfull, the other
!li!. .\\I.MMI, Ih'.iisli Miiiie- never shirked his duty anti has not other day, "who took eight months to
tive hall of the city. men of the watch on dark were lying t
.. lie lititHil it was inutklns let other official of his account of 'numerous
CONSENT EASILY WON.The any this city tote reach post on
There are six aldermen to bA elect- about to catch a wink of bleep, but

1 till IMtlle: ed this, year and we should keep the his load.: I am willing to acknowledge ready to s-piing up at a call.I social engagements en roulall be ex-
i : >' arm nf her escort, lU-n-x.n a Little Girl Aerei-d: to a plained. lie arrived at his legation at
at first thought the to I.p l the
I"" d away her 1""Io\\ ruiiiful Iperullon. "wires hot" in an effort to realizethe that the Mayor did try to help a o'clock one morning and at 2 In the
captain, though; it would IM strange if
,'tit with which a wuuii There i is one little :girl In Washington; election of men who will "wake Captain Hays in health matters last he came forward. Looking! ; closer, I afternoon cabled for an Increase of

i i-ltti'thy! a- 1'11"I who recently her an exhibition things." I "
parents up
;gave salary
summer, by locating the microbesin saw that lie! was a total stranger. He
I uiiuttl.\ ll.v tJ 11. of her nature for which they To that end I would suggest that was a tall, heavy man nnd !had on oilskins -
-h..uJllI Pitt's water tank, but later dev l. Jon What She Wanted.
The child
ropii-u-il were totally unprepared.
the young men so inclined write articles i though; the lIiht'as line. Ifmasquerading t
\lo 111'1' ttotuinc and at was arms ever, :\II.ll11'r alllietioii was a on the following subjects and opements proved that the mayor had was not almost a crime "There are borne spectacles, remarked
,. , to the man who had traveled "that can
< r"I'uuizl'; source of extreme to herself
alllloJlIIl'e immediately hand them to the press : caught; hold of a live wire, and he on shipboard I might have thought it "
i- aiiotIn iW'oii-isirncy and family. An oculist was consulted, I the cook or steward dressed tip to never be forgotten.

pting, the aticiitiuns of who advised an operation to remedy Another Railroad. dropped it like a hot potato. Since I play a joke. I couM see the man at the "Iiear me!" exclaimed the absentminded '

:.>. ;ii, the iiiiiiliifd herself the defect street Lighting. old lady. "I wish I had a pail '
and it decided
so was that
.to time Captain Hays has been ''wlll''I. and! the mate and I looked
u-iy to ono. take the little to iu P.altimore. Street Paving. of .nil": -Chicago Sew%
one a hospital'
allowed to look after the work cf his I about and counted the men la the
lint going Ilt'.vwood's"f The utmost secrecy was olisened Public Dock watch. Then I aihanced: upon\ the

': the apology lie had in the matter. Miss Annie had Taxation.Enforcement. board without interference from stranger, and he backed up a few feet Here "at Homo Day. s

-, :.l' only possible .solutioni : \ once nude: a great fuss about having a of the Terms of Municipal others. When -Citizen" seeks news- I I glided: to tli<' port rail and) swung !himself The Lrdy-Ditl any one call while I

!i, IL-trllo: hailut him tooth pulled and of course, it was to Franchises. o\'(r and out of sight.I ; was out?
paper notoriety again, his insinuations The Maid-No ma'am.
i.ily taken up with aiiU lie expected: that she would enter serious Public Ownership of- listened for the splash, but none

Len the self ..1o'1'1I.tlo11..t \'- objections to an operation on her should- be worded so that each camp. I cHmlx-d! upon the rail but! no "Thtt's't'ry strange. I wonder what
Waterworks.Gas .
think I have an 'at home day'for.
night, he was my eyes says the Washington Post Plants. official: will have credit for work one was In sight.; I was still looking; people"

--. very nearly ready to She was taken to Baltimore under and wondering; wlwlIfr.. Leslie caweCor"ar.1. -Moonshine.
iti-nit-ut.i I But the next the \she Electric Plant.Improvement done gratis for our city.
impression that was going on and when! he had heard my ; 1

.-l.i an hour 1 In-fore day- a pleasure trip with her father and of Parks. "JUSTICE." story he admitted! that it was the ;ghost Formosa iu a country where a man I

o ',s'lt!' it nil OUT when his motLl'r.h11 they arrived utI the hospital This will give all an opportunityto that had driven: the other crew away.The must have a license before he Is allowed -

-1 i .in-1" rcs-olusl come what the mother .ook her daughter In see the views of the young men on A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. spook had been seen by every man to smoke opium.

in a linKh. her lap and! nervously! broached the th various subjects suggested.At Itching, Blind Bleeding or Protruding who stood watch from midnight to 2 I' ..

t' i"' ; makes up his real object of the trip. She set forth the same time it will arouse the Piles Your druggist: will refund your o'clock but by no one else and at no I' An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. '

I I.,' i N right and, after often In all its triple horror the embarrassment young men to a true realization of money 50 If PA/O. OINTMENT: fails to cure other time. "Home! time ago my daughter

I. : 'r !'i-* premises! Invariably w hich is the lot of the cross eyedperson. you. cent8.Ooldring's to of caught cold. She
the facts that are before us. I promised to say; nothing any j a severe complain.
: r '..*' Mine i-ondu'-ltin, he isl'ay Muting that the trouble would! j s
I I hope that my fellows will come No. 3 saloon at the the men, and I kept my word but ed of pains in her chest and had a
after liar passeil, increase! as she grew older.
; next night it was seen by the lookout
; bad cough.. I her Chamber +
forward with ; gave
: ,: : r.i:, -y\vKMl whenever he ow. Annie," she said finally "we strong straightforwardarticles Union depot, since its opening, has just as I had seen it, and after two or lain's Cough/ Remedy according to ,
I.' I 'ri.iini IHT as though she have brought; you over here to have on some of these public become noted as the place to find three days more the thing was out. directions and in two days she was t ?

:, 1 ; ..H i 'i' whnU'MT in his life. your eyes straightened.; It won't hurt questions. the best and purest brands of liquors I The Portuguese flunked at once and well and able to go to school.! I ,

1--, :, I"rlll to freeze him by her you at all. Wouldn't you like to have Delays means discouragement. to be found in the city. You will 'almost threatened mutiny but the : have used this remedy: in my family .t'F

:. : ."HT mill at times made : your eyes like; other peoples?" Promptness means progress receive polite attention and be made others of us, assisted by the om'cers, for the past seven years" and have : .
hoK of theM I M I would" exclaimed I never known it to fail, fays James ,
a worn "You just B. JCXIOK. welcome. went coolly at work to solve the mys
V' S 'I so far circulate a Annie the astonishment of the oth belietcreven Prendergaat merchant. Annato Bay, \
a>i to ------ tery. Not one of us was a
Jamaica, West India Islands. The ;
; : II as engaged to another ers. "You can po ahead and do anything A GOOD nEcO DIESI\.TION. in dreams. "'c stretched ropcu pains in the chest indicated an .
I approaching 11
: ,11111'"t'rr near broakins; you want, and I don't care how "I have noticed that the sale of MEAT & MALT has a marvelous across the deck but the sltiiilow : attack of pneumonia '

:--' "_ I .i \\ ,".I's armor an J iiioroing1 much It hurts. I'm just sick and tired Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver dietetic value. While refreshing: and passed to the rail and OUT just the 'which in this instance was un- '
to take it assimilation
::: "-.' l-utTattnl heart but he of having a pack of colored boys spit pleasant helps same. We stretched a net along the :doubtedly warded off by Chamberlain's -
Tablets ia almost invariably to those of food. Bold byDANNHEI6SER 1 V
into their hats and cross their lingers rail but it went through the net as a !, Cough Remedy. It counteracts 1
: who have once used them," says Mr.J. BROS. any tendency of a cold toward 1
U' >). ln-inij somewhat lift every time they meet me. puff of smoke would. We lighted the

'" !'d.! took up with a widow.i.inudi The operation was performed forthwith H. Weber, a prominent druggistof decks, and! we even extinguished: the pneumonia. Hold by all druggists
f. FOR LUMBERCall and medicine dealers.
t ::: he made It without and the young lady has as good Cascade, Iowa. What better rec- I binnacle light for a few minutes, but
.. ,
t. :.iitiulKiii! of using it as arnd a pair of eyes as anybody in Washington. ommendation could any medicine on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. it made no difference. On one occasion I
Marston have
fy Quina a
w' ,
, 1... cim tirnatiou his: have than for people to call for it for estimates before placing ; every man in the ship stood on
,"y I'sti'llo, panic stricken when in need of such a remedy? Try the spot and swung his! arms and fine line of Rattan Parlor
orders for lumber. d6-lm
"t' M' i:i.aiiiliato opportunity' for What you pay for extracts is 1m them when you feel dull after eat- your sought to grasp something, but the 1 Suits, and odd peces; they

'h.:') "- ',. 'but instead! of sending:; for portant, but what you get for your your inp, when mouth you feel have bilious a bad, have taste noap-in O. M. Pryor will sell you furniture ghost: came and stood and disappearedjust are better and cheaper than

lull frankly confessing that money i is ten times more important.Blrltl's or when troubled with consti- cheaper than any other house in the same.
s"; i itO ... petite ever.
'a i in the she the Town the Portuguese cut
wrong retorted city. At Cape
/ Vanilla coats more because pation, and you are certain to be delighted -
: .1 \ '. tty and! transparent' device. with the prompt relief which sticks, and four English sailors were The finest line of umbrellas the

,'t. : a,, .'1. H party, suddenly reli-as- worth more. they afford.: For sale by all druggists TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY shipped. We were now all English city ia at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat

V 1-, ,t from her partner, she went and medicince dealers. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet. All speaking and nil white men except the them.If .

I. II here Hoy wood was standing MONEY druggists refund the money If It falls to cook. We were determined to "lay"
i ssan: care. E. W. Grove'!(signature Is on tech you should visit the Union depot -
luuUiiiR at him and for least
I'inned that at twenty
a ghost
W. R. Meriwether, at 112 South CO TO L W. PEAKE'S, box 25c. or bi in that vicinity, don't fait
: :"> t! .' 1 laptl of his C I\t. Then nights after leaving Cape Town we ex '
Tarragona street, has money to loanin to drop in at Ooldrin 8 No.3 saloon.
,:: ip :In r eyes she feigned;: to have No.30 South Palafox street, for your &rPORTLAND CEMENT at perimented. Not one of us was afraid You will receive a hearty welcomeand

l 1', 'Ltkt n In the piTHm. Ileywoixl any sum yon may require at low electrical work. He is prepared to $:t ii0 per barrel. A V. CLl:BBS, but the whole thing was considered a find the choicest brands of liquors

..... rates of interest on personal security Corner Bra and Garden Streets. ,
E I d11pw'd!, nor did she expect him do you a first-class job at moderate kept in the city
. to I I" J7H
Why she had not surrendered prices. Phone 203. what we would, that shadowy '
Hot French Waffles with
'il aboveboard he We will launder your spreads for It
being a LrPORTLAXD CEMENT at figure appear came as we lay
:. 11 not see, but he did not $2 60 per birrel. A. V. CLUBBS, IB cents each and make them look becalmed and it came as we 'were lyins.tq.Sn Florida Cane Syrup at 1:t

....ault about so small a matter Corner Bra and Garden (Streets. jtnctng's, file Best for 5t. like uw. Star Laundry a gale. No_nian.saw.its! face Solomon's. "




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:* to Watt. -- ---__
rrr "ary I :
The JaiMiBea ..< Their Pam.
There is one great difference between
To the Japanese the tan la not merely
Tin Matinee Girl "
reel love end story book love
a means to tbe end of cooling the
she sad! regretfully."What .
atmosphere. It Is a thing of meaning, ; "
is it? he asked.
of art. It tells a story and there is
at the
Play "In the case of real love you can'tturn
even a suggestiveness In the manner
over to the last chapter and find L.ipJfor
of using or wearing It. The whole hIs-
out how the story is going; to end before
THE MOST ATTRACTIVECALENDAR tory of Japan could be read from fans
become interested
you permit yourself to
r If enough of them were put together, in It.N..

and every political event of importance
"I believe he returned thoughtfully
% ;
i \\a pictured on these airy trifles. Thereare '
"that woman e curiosity and impatience -
Infants and Children.
different fans for every -oncelva-
would lead her to begin at the
r +
b ble occasion. Even dolls have their
\ OF THE NEW YEAR own fans and children have theirs. wrong" end of a real romance If she The Kind You Have Always Bought bas borne the signature i .

f (1903) could. of Chas II. and has been
Fletcher made
# /) Consists of six sheets,each IS The geisha girls Lave a particular kindof "Why. of course" she answered ', hii
... ,l/1 ,l 10 in., in 14 colors with an addua fan, and jugglers, too, use one with personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no UlIo
special finish that gives it the true calmly. "Can't you sec how much
decorations. There is to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitation
t water color effect. The accompany appropriate a more delightful it would be to bIn and

( 1 I ing reproduction, greatly reduced of one in of size the subjects and fan used only at the solemn tea feast, with marriage and end with courtship "Just-as-good" arc but Experiments, and endanger the

t without the enlivening effect of the and a war fan of Iron covered with ?"' health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
\ rich coloring, gives but an imperfect laoquer. leuorals have eilt fans, with
. idea of the beauty Of the coaming lie considered the matter deeply and
' _
" I i Series of plates. iron sticks, and there is a dangerous shook his bead. It is so hard for the The Kind You Have Always Bought!

+ Row to Obtain It.-Sent an,. dagger fan. The bamboo water fan is heavy masculine mind to follow the
ahem, prepaid on receipt of We, dippod In water frequently while be- Bears the Signature of
cnlnoFiuium; OBi prepaid on receipt light feminine fancies.Chicago Post.Folloeied .
11 l of lie In eumpg and a Globe ing used to make the air cooler. The
hi t design label taken from a Gold Band .
Ham: OR. forte fromtage the ancient court fans of Japan were folding -
, Globe d 3 n label a piece of did you peel the apple that I
: r Gold Band BaconOB,furSepontoM funs of wood, decorated with silk
.i + and IJdMIOKlrourdealerblllln'ttll a White Label English Bacon_ artificial flowers, and each noble family gave you before you ate it, as I told you

, mats, will mall calendar receipt tor
we on. had Its own flower, that no one else
( of te In stamp It yon end 01an .
, order for one piece of either of dared use. Color, shape and decoration "You, ma'"That's ,
the three product mentioned and
' 0-. A also KIT nt the name of the dealer of the Japanese fan all have their a good boy! What did you In Use For Over 30 Years.
1:1 (YAV"EVluL' through whom TOO wish It delivered do with the peel?"
to you. ThuaUcnf: the price of this meaning, the flowers and birds their ....r e'N"'U" eo........ YO' ..u...... .......... .....0.... e....
'ANumorpoSFNuI; ar\1IItleealendarran be mired by the "Ate it:
symbolism. Thus to give fan with
purchase of either of the above a a
.r. r... .a. .w... aumUoued choice rood flight of white storks upon it is to wish -
ARMOUR PACKING CO., Armour Station Kansas City, Kansas long life while a cobweb design Is for The first day a man It a guest, the -- ----- - ------- -----

second burden the third Laboulate.
a pest- -
R''r mourning. t W. B. WRIGHT COmPANY

) __ ._ -_ j ; \\11'
The Way People Sit. \ itfJ ,
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE It is to have chair and '

aiiuth.T to know how to sit on it. The Classified AdYe lise1llellls --'I _IL-. t',1.
Aged Manager Tenches theIOUIIK 'or.Iut nnmboo In the Household. ideal of a graceful sitting posture' has ';%

1z J. Man i.. l.eseoo. The iIleEl"hog importation of bamboo varied In the different ages of the r'I. LUMBER, LATHS

. "Abs'i.t jWiwIiiy: ," t-altl; the apedmaniigtr ; !seems; to indicate that Americans fire world. The Egyptians sat bolt upright,

,1- as niljiutod Us glasses: :: to beginning to appreciate the exceeding the knees and foot closely pressed to- ONE CENT A WORD. lLL. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES-'IllU.nrlfi( S ft;I

' fJ the Mn.'irt )nUll;: ii'iin. utility of that remarkable plant. In gi-ther. It was the ceremonial attitude. - - -

"Yes!', sir" replied' the cluU. the orient! it fills so large n place thatit The Creeks: and Humans, when their MONEY l'O JL.IJNI>. PEN1ACOT.AFLA

. "Al'wnt from iili.eij: ':" may be ('('/lJl'art'll with iron and steelIn cats had no backs and they were at ----..-----.--. -- -- --- -

Xn, s.r." the OITi ,'nt. When dried and cut liberty to forget their dignity; sat MONEY TO LEND ou improvedreal

If;" "Oh pill're honest at any rate. Most Into slivers, it make nails! which never stooping, with one or both elbows sup- estate, in large or small COAL AND WDOD.WE

inou wmiM say they wen-." rust. When a portion of its surface portvd by the arms. Tlu Chinese ideal amounts at low rate of interest.
!) Leslie E. Brooks .
i "I hl\'u't been absviit from illness removed, steamed or heated In a fire, it was the knees and feet wide apart. Call on attorneyat

t for nearly a year." becomes pliable, and may be bent into They have maintained that attitude In, 20Hfl5. Palafox Kt., Fisher 3mlm EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L> HGFR TRADF

"You havt'irtV The old man looked various angles. These two properties hitting for J.UUO j'ears. The :Saxons: and THIS WINTER THAN EVE1 fEFCRE

anl1lriol'tl. enable the eastern cabinet maker to early Norman kings; :: are represented in MONEY TO-DAY-Do you teed

"Xo. sir. It has been with me ell the manufacture it into stalls, chairs, tables old uuiiiustTipts rod on wins! in the Uiouej? You can borrow any SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCln

time." screens, etageres, trunks and ar- same position. I town to a date comparatively amount you want today ou easiest

"What has?" raoires. recent kings and queens received terms and lowest rates anywhere

h I "Illness of some sort. In the United States bamboo and rat t-ittins stiUb' on their thrones obtainable, on improved city real Thompson, Olsen & Co.Manresa ..

it: "Rut ;you said that yesterday" tan are made into ornamental furniture tiny marked! change of pasture being etate-frotn VVm. Flsbtr, ?Wli 8, .

"Yesterday I was absent on account on a small and delicate 1'111but thought to derogate from the royal dig Palafox Street. lu-tl .. : Street, Tel!/!wn e 1'4 %, _
Jf'f' of illness. Mr." the use of the large sized bamboo for nity. They now receive standing.Illavtrating -- --
IF YOU want to borrow money, invest
j The olil man thought the matter over massive and durable furniture has not money, insure your property ESTABLISHED 1862.

, for a minute or two and then he said: yet been attempted. In household furnishing tbe Solar System. procure abstracts of title buy or

: "Yt' yes; I we. You're rather par- and decoration the eastern reed The solar system is well illustratedby sell real estate, rent property of McKENZIE OERTING & CO.DEALSB8

I Offers unlimited variety. Thus far It the following btatcments: Let the any description, have rents collected .,

i' "Yes. sir. Study to use them correctly. has been employed in this country for sun be represented' by a globe two feet or your taxes attended to, It n. 0
." picture frames, easels fancy chairs and call on or address 'I'bos-C. Watson
, diameter. A grain: of mustard seed at
s "Of mursp; and I'm a trifle careless. curtain poles. In the orient the larger the circumference of a circle 1C4 feet & Co., Real Estate! and Insurance Ship Cbandiery and General 8apdware.

: : Now, please see if this sentence is correct sizes, which range from three to twelve in diameter will adequately represent Agents moderate.Pensacola To everyone, Fid. who Charges buys

, : 'Hereafter you will be absent inches In diameter are sawed into various the size and distance of Mercury. The a lot from us we will lend money COS AND 90S 8. PALAt-OX 8TUKKT.

a from my displeasure., lengths and used for card receivers earth will bo represented by a pea on with which to build u bouse. HJ-tl/ --AGENOY -
; i "1'I';' I'ir." sugar;:: bowls cigar; boxes, hand the circumference of circle 2M feet
i "You will also be absent account trays, holders umbrella stands A. ROEBLING'8 HONK tO.fc
on spoon and lights another Iiindcr.ratten -fllOOl.KINDERGARTEN i
drinking utensils and
of Jewel boxes. The
uiy disitlfrtsuro.V the outside a 4P.U foot circle. Mars -- i
larger one cut and sawed School will bE : Cum Pill 0i!! haUnl! l iBstrnBiitt
\ (>*. sir. Ire through will be adequately presented by a j Cardigi eiirti lieitn, UilitCOMPASMF8.
"And because cf toy displeasure." with scroll saws into various!' patterns opened at 35;: DuetYright" street, j
pinhead at til I feet iiml the asteroids LOGS. K.Ttl
iai "1'C'-. s. s>ir." which are utilized as Jardinieres or the Oct. 1 by Miss Margaret Maclay. I I11Vllt ,
of sand 1M to 1.200 feet .
; by grains ZU.t McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent As o
Quite rlrfit. I'm glad that I have 1-oUlers of pewter boxes, incense: cases: di ciation.
away.u or>";;' It the "amc ofhale = h"I
euflU-ii'iit wiiiiaaiid. of language to and mantel ornaments. I IWhui
a mile uIl bluiid for Jupiter, avery GO'US.
make uHh l rst.ind The cashier !'!.ftl'm'll by hot water and 1
I yon me. split I ... .r
mini four-fifths of -
at a
will pay your your wages. Good tlay.1ew ."- nto thin stripthe
York Times!' with cord into rerai.d.i and window ry; on the circumference of a circle 1!% and dealer 111 Hair Uoods. i iI
shades, d'jormats and hall Toilet Articles Hair Oil i
mattings.; lists :
miles will! Uranus.
t I across represent I
i lit II" of 1'roaprrly. 3Vhui split\ still finer, the strips can be etc.,.321) West Government strt'et,1

.t,,1 1 "Hit won't do tiT feed some folks too braided into table mats chair seats and I CHILDREN POISONED. ["or'- u';11 t- I II Pensacola, Florida"

r.rothcr "You backs dado wall covers and a floor covering children and -
fat said Dickey. seedatmulojondery Many; are poisoned Jo ItENl-Large: ; front room,1'

which is almost indestructible made nervous and weak, if not killed furni-hld, with or without board. Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

"Yes." mothers them I 309() East Uadsdeuntreet. jl\J-lw* i iI
( Liked Monopoly. outright, by giving
"Will, nub. six works ago he wuz PZqul.t 1
First lor--1'hlt there coal combine cough syrups containing\ opiates. I FOR RENT-G-rouin ctttdge on W. Beautiful Lots for Sale.
,'U'l'a oulll\o'\ rz a funeral per-
works bully.Steoud Foley's Honey and Tar i is a safe: and Jlu.-e near DeVllliers streets.,
} cession. Six liT Ili's coulil ride 'iia
Hollow? certain rc-rnedy for coughs; croup One 3-ioom and one 2 room apurtmeutsat 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord
inYu I 'im six
at sin I'Irs"f
once first Blylal coal so high priced and lung trouble and is the only 213 \Inieiideucia street. ,

! co'n on n buiiille rr fodder lie looked cz that pop' carries it in his",elf 'cause I'd prominent cough medicine that: contain All in good order. Apply to Pat : ing to location and surroundings.

grateful i-z a nisfir what des outrun a scatter it.-(Jood News.Ilonir !'. no nplltesorothpr poi!*. W. McHnlh. 9Jlm :
II lyndiiu' party.: Hut I turned 'im loose A. D'Alembtrte, 121 r;. Palifox I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

f, en fe dun what his head is, he
t' higher :
-- ---- -
-I>id you understand the language AXTED-AU kinds of empty beer
J done kicked me t'ltic' m dean I when you wire in Paris !last CASTOn.J.A. I bottles. H. A. Kribdmau. 9-il The grandest opportunity for investment ever

off 'im. 11 ifs my hones'opinion that vt "''lIl1lll1l'r'' Bean Kind log: Hail Allays! > Ba'Jgr 4 ,

mulct ain't folks they ain't fur fruni ;' rLlhe i .MAI II.La4l" \1'.1.\1'1:1): offered in Pensacola.
Elll'l't11.' when I talked to myself .in 4-t'. n
bit" lialiiiixin- Sun.
I dioJ.- 1'onkPI's Statesman. WANTED Men to learn barber
, -- Home Seekers Should See These Lots
w I Short time !
trade. required by j

A Hall For n God. Charitable *irx.> 1KNKK.U: .'ttl :%( II SCllKDri.KFollowing : free work, expert instructions, etc. |
The ancient 1'sjpiians believed that He-Miss Thirtjodd must be a Jolly All advunuu'es until V.ClubbsCorner

the spirit of their greatest K(>d. O
h dwelt aiming them in the form of a !She-Oh she does that so people will government steamer Ueneral French board given graduates.

j pure white bull marked by a certain think the wrinkles belong to the smiles. which TIiE NEWS prints for the mailed free. Muter Barber {; Garden and Bru Streets.

Ii sign. Herodotus mentions two of these -.Clt'.dawlPlainllmlt'r. jer.eflt of the merchants who ship lege, New Orleans, La.: OI'1

1 liij.118-n black wide on the back and a :heir goods to the virious! army I THREE young men from Pensacola K.O. BRENT, WM. H KNOWLKH, W. K. HYKR. JR., J. H, KKEHE

black forehead with a square of white Same Old Complaint. ;posts: I and vicinity at once to prepare for I President. VlcPre,idcnt. Ckibler. A..'t'.er

TI\I' matures when Leaves Pensacola._..?. __?. _7:00 a. m. I Positions the Uoverumeht Ser
in its center. Old EIIlIt'I.t'll., how do you like Leaves Harranras.! .......... ........___ 7:5"s. IK.Leaves in
+ found were worshiped d during life and lour profession? 1'ickens ..... ...... ........... ._ H:>0 a. ra.L ; vice. Apply to Inter-StateCorres.
ii HJummilU-d after death. The New Yok I nmilt I'rofpssion O. K.It's "avt B Itarrancas; _.. ... ............._.. s:5n. m.t.'eo : lust., Cedar R- pids la. niI42mI'OIl National Ban!
Young I Is First
... .. .
Prncarola) ... ..__? .. .1ioa.rocArrives I i
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ri Historical society; has one of these ; the practice' I'm kicking n out.J .- Knrrancij 11:10 ft. m. Rail thin I

"bull j'l
temple Serapi I'.iirrancas .......... ... .......... llh p. m. !JFOR [OALE-l'iecond.hand set of'
,t.; o.A. S '1.' C) :n.X Leave 1'ickfns.... .... .... .... ... ._ 1:13 p. m. harness order. to Or PEWSACOLA. FLA.DXX'1.EOTOI'l.OI .
.. ... ....... in good Apply
1 Ito Kind You lime Always SjugL Leaves Pen-itcola ? 4il.l p. m.
Hopeful. Bean the / Leaves 1'ck..n8. ...... ........ ...... f>:15 p. m I Tho Pebley, room 410, Thies-eu
I' There WII.I very s-nuill audience flgnatnreo: Arrives Harranras SHU p. m. and make j jaui tf I'I'LUllJin
trip to McK"and return.
present, and it was rapidly dwindling I Gifft/1! On the WM. H. KNOWLF.3: W. A. ELOUNT F. C. KRn.NT- N. KHYEK '
\Vtdneduys'aiidKitnrdays; '
.__ : A HAKGAIX can be had in one o!
On the the hero and hero- ": n ,
uway. stage 1 wit will leave Barrancas via 1'ick- ; the linen residence and mot de-1 I D. O. BRENT,

. Sue are holding a n mlmou Ins! for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. I strable sections' of Northwest Hill,

J Hero to llercine' -Are we alone The Oeneril French is for army subject to guaranteed: lease at fair

.. llmriiif (thinking! the audience I Curse ;purposes orly and any outsider mnt for three years. Plan o"au-e can rUlI;?} isl ii ;tie Mmi n t tj d b

I Nut 'I't. There are two fellows near lave a pas from the quartermaster he seen at my ofliee. A. V. Ulnbb, ,
I f91ie ra* o i her '
if be Peiis-icnla. fjn- w
the door who 1 look a* they might;
I f
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able to sit through another act. ori
t, FOU RALK-Hie must desirable' j, We draw oar own BilN of Exchange on Great Britain, Ire '& p
i I"B in the city on *a terms, by
I Their Title of llll.. the Fi-htr Heal Estate Agency. Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland, Spain, Bol Jnm Bnbbla rJ

,,I Georgiana-.luiia; and Jack don't stay i DRINK HARPERWHISKY :'IJ-ll,; South Palifox.: 13iImltuarI way.Hweden! Denmark: and other European conntries.Vejsels .
- ----
out at their new country place at all.ileorge
ing "" DisbaMed upon the Mos Favorable Term, and theft!
. ? 11011"I
; -Why I I j I I Obligations Taken Payable. at Port of Oebtiratiou Ten or Fifteen D.11
"Oh. want to bo in town all the I I
) CL'KKI: BYj BOARDING HOUSE after Vessel Arrives there.ff'8afety .
time to tell ever>'body how much they I I rPhysicians HprinRs Mary E-ther, Fla.. Mrs

like it out in lhc'c'ullltrI.ife.. j WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. I ; hit i. Condon proprietress. All the Deposit Boxes for Rent in OonneotloQ

I I So taste Xofxlar. {anPegieninght idncallon and Igllne.e.I bla rate Northern tourists will '
of Rent .
or coyirewithout l"t.tllf.I//OIrltllgt r..
j education tend ( find this an ideal place to spend a'
t Pc"':! the higher to \\ bur Kitihon Hemedy mllcureoraektroy -
lessen the physical beauty of women? i, the dare-.d appetite forxIeobulicstimu- f portion of the season. 12alm

i A certain physician has stirred up a i, lantsoheth.-rthe" patieutls" a confirmed I DR. KINC'STRY ; PROFESSIONAL CARDS
i in-hnate, a tipph r, uroml drinker or )lleicellaneours.
III 11 Jaomt'ts nest about bis head by declaring di!uukard. I m 'tile for an-ODl'lo have an II : --
for I -- -- -"- -- -- --
anpetite aloob-lie liquors after using NEW DISCOVERY
' that it does. He points to the White Ribbon Rmcdy.Indorsed II H. ALFMAN, umbrella maker 315 : ;: W. C. ROWE, D.
'I of the most advanced Palafox Re '
fact that many I Houth street. covering -
i I ik by Members of \V, C. T. U.Mr FOR THAT COLD. Office: 17X 8. Palafox.Hoarstrom5lop:1)a.m.nnd1 .
Id 1 women have Itvn the ugliest, and he and repairing umbrellas\ and
(oore. .' superintendent or Wo- a
," further argues that the women who men'n CbrtHtlan Temperance l'nlon..n- parasols a specialty. covers
'distinguish i themselves by their intellect 1 lure, California, writes: "I have tested I always on hand. Jan 3 !1 Cures ConsumptionCoughs I' ted after o'clock
I v bite Rill 01 Kennedy on very obstinate I
. t are seldom those of the greatest / drunkard-,end the cures have been many. I ANYONE wanting bored wells, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, PhODO OG.
f II ID case the Remedy was '-
beauty. many given
fence posts or anything in the I !
I I cietly. I cbeertuily recommend and In- grocery Pneumonia HayFever Pleu.
dor" White siphon Kenudy. Member) ol prescribe it t or dry goods line will do ,
, Bank Women. our I'nlon are del gted to find an ecuno- wisely bf f jre purchasing to <=ee D. ;' risy, LaGrippe Hoarseness! ?! JOHN S. BEARD,

! I! An Atlanta (CSa.) lank has a department anc nitcil...or treatment!;.." to aid us in our temp"r- for their most delicate M. MH-ritt.Olivp. Fla. jlilwHE 1 Sore Throat Croup and i

eNelusively for its women clients.\ A ATTORNEY T-LA W.
l rucgist4or by mall II. Trial package patients. I( )" I.. ,
I The paying teller is a woman who "Whoopbcf Cough. j( Office-30 j Thieaen Uuildin/.

pays all clunks presented to her la free by writing Mrs. A- M Towiend Ifnr OLD and PURE.For B.L DIAMONi). the tailor. has removed NO CURE. NO PAY. ..
i :
years secretary of a Woman's Christ- Office Hours-8:30 a, m. to P
brand new currency. Depositors in the ftdle to lla Government Price 5Oc. and S1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE {
I women's department are furnished ain Temperance Union*, 218 TremontSt street, opro-ite Express ciDce. 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m.

.. with dainty combination check anG Boston, Mass. Mold in Pen.acola byt Bros where he is prepared to clean repair -1 i 1 will repair your waicneo: lJU'' Practll'a In all State and federal < '1',
I and pre-s ladies' and I'pntlemens' Jewelry in first-claas style. J. Ij I All busln'" entrusted to mil will rt t
< books bound In Russian leather. Hannah Sroa., 21 8 Palafox 8t I
I II t. pass I t I toilor mades-ats. 16j3m: j Stephens. I I prompt and diligent attention.



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q ear fOrldnaLJ :I'W Becaise I d '; <
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The police of St. Petersburg had : I::' ::11 I\y 'II' !N ii 1.. .

m tIe a descent! upon a nihilist\ stronghold I II ; J I I'H, .tII' ..-
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and having taken every one found ..: I ;. -iF
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there to I l-ft several i'l"' 'I' f Its component parts are all wholesome. '' l : It' :
prison policemen I Syrup.ofikebest: S I :" : > '.
to take hi any one who, uninformed of :d I: :Ii:: It act gently without unpleasant after-effects. I: Iii 1 j, 1i :,;' h

tie arrest to visit:of them.the cupants, thoutlcome j: '::1 Ii'!: l,irl'( It is wholly free from objectionable substances. i II;+ I :'i.: 1 .i .t;'1;!! 1/i I

Katia Va!'>allch. the wife of one of ,: !'I': ,: family I laxativeIt I : 11'/1/ ::
the principal nihilists; then in the city : tml! I"1,1, It contains_ the laxative principles: of plants. I I :;- :If'
walked into the trap nod was at once :.. lG I, ','j It contains the carminative principles of p 1'I I..::I .; ) t h,
:: Ii 1'1' :!
placed under al'1'l'"t.1wn asked her I wholesome aromatic which I : fj
contains liquids
l iiJ is It are II '
1'1 pure. .., ..
name, she gave an assumed one, but ,- ,.
{ I"I, agreeable and refreshing to the taste. I !1& ;, I 3s
refuse to give i her residence knowing 1'\\ It Is p pof
; :
that the house full of ." I I.r :
was compromising 11., I II t
; documents and her husband! already I,' I All are pure.'i r-I :':.'. 'ft
It is
hoes an abscess in the Fallon under suspicion. She feigned to .};; ,I'I;'II I I'I All are delicately blended. I ; .i .

pi Tubes of Mrs. be a very stupid person and to believe : i I'' It is efficacious. All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. jll I ..
surgical that they were arresting her for com I'll 1
Jjs removed without a plicity with theft or some such offense ".... I ii I II 1 :::' I .. .t', '
: not expensive.It is due to method of manufacture and to j "'
Its value our
!> .j t
ifaliOi1. G.I that she was very much afraid of her ', .I :
p tl y
.I{ > .1 .1:1 ahsrcss in my side in husband and that he would IK greatly 7 ; H I\i is good for children. the originality and simplicity of the combination t :' y i;

;? f ''ii tube (the fallopian enraged at seeing her brought home in ;.: ''I : ; ;l ms.:1; : t

r".r v tlr. 'i ied1 f>f the ovaries). charge of the police. X.: :L'III(oil!i It is excellent for ladies. To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine. '\ ::1! '
ititftld misery and was The pristav. or chief police! officer, '
a .I 1': I I. : .
1 Ifc .1 iI 'ud scarcely get around. reasMirod' her, saying: :; that in case all "I'I' It is! convenient for business! men. Manufactured by '; I' I I

:, truing pains low down was right he would tell her husband ::j'j'I I I ;' ,;

rettriille. 313- phy'. ire i- that no blame was to be attached to : :, It is perfectly safe under all circumstances. i .f> 1 !t '

was no help for me I II J Jid bert Upon this she consented to show t I

I 0 to the hospital J him to her home, intending to take him : It i< urea I by millions of families the world over.It '

.1 1 .u-d on. I thnujjht'j to the wrong;: phuv ia order to delay 11J: I : A1I1:0 IA I DN P P (E ,: ;, J .. : ,

I would try Lydia R him hoping/ ;: that I IT failure to return 1 t. I stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians. i',;I,,:; I' ;I: '.: :1 .r. \

l'ijiJI! ft''. Vcjrvta lc C'oiiii wiiid liy a t-rtaln hour would MTUas a l.j! .' I j ',;\: : ; :

'ely,1 did,and it has waraiiig: ;: to her h'lslund.: Fortunately "1i'. :, :, Ii >-o- use it you have the best laxative the xvcrlil ,1,1, \\I't'I :,

u, healthy Avoman. when the party .finded into the r. San Francisco, Cal. ,'" :'- f

..i 1 1oincn wh<> suffer street a man entered! the building:; who r hi 1 ; ro-Juccb.. Louisville. Ky. New York. N. Y. Ill:'i'!'i 'II I' ,:: f"t t.
I : "
t t.f female trouble is i was intending: as Katia had done, to F FI: ,: '. I t'OK SALE L'F ilL LEAD1XC VBVCG1STS. I I'': ,;: : # f J \- ,

taking Lydia H.I'miilii'1 j| visit the nihilist; quarters there. :FtTins:; I :: .... ,," \
*' 1'eetaLlc CouipouiulM her Inharst" of the police, he entered t -- 'If : it
; :
lilt S. IIOLLINCEf; I different Cut Katia 1IIl'that "I.'k' / -- --. ,. -- -.- -:- -.... .-. -- .1-' ;I i- 'I. I
: room. ,--- -
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I$5000 forfeit if original of I he would: warn her husband, :11I01.l'r\ )- -- -- "
ii nuincnea cannot be product i object was' simply to delay reachingher ::(
It\\.ml'l seen! l>y this statoE.nt home long;: enough;: to enable Vassal I .k

t'iit! \\oinrnvould sate U to rid the house! of all ( _. _
tan, and line] M if they miring documents and get 11 'llml'ro-I Pumice Stone For Building.Tunice n n 'Wt ,-
I:. !'inklulni'S1'retablr 'W'PE KE--
irimld p-t I.ydia i Dearth of ( Uan ;e. A NIGHT ALARM. E. ,
1 self. stone is used! for building
: CoiiMioiind at. once, i It "'iirs that there !is a scarcity of .'
and aII) write to Mrs. I'l khan, Katla 1 hsl the police several miles, small api change III the country. Perhaps purposes in the Canary islands, whereit Worse than an alarm of fire at nightis Electrical contractor and builder, I-" l

sit I.j iin. 3Ia.w-. fur special art- then stopped at n house, telling! the some; of us haven noticed it as much is ditlicult and expensive to procure the brassy cough of croup, which will do your electrical work in first-1; ,
lice. It i is live and always helps.! pristav; that she lived there. Hut when stone of any other description. The sounds like the children's death knell I ?ri
\i..tnr; prr-on ran }riu' sm-h he asked her on which floor she broke as we would have noticed it if it wasanything loose cinder dug from the sides of the clas style and at reasonable rates. :t 1 .
and it eath unless
means! somethingis
with <. A scarcityof He be found :
hclilul.iUif I as; "Mrs. I'inkham new u can at 30 South Palafox f :-
| down began;: to weep and confessedthat volcanic cones is also used for the manufacture I
to soul ii n hIt a|'(* ..iek.AIrm small change is a chronic complaintwith done quickly. Foley's Honey and street. Phone 203. ,j
she had miMtlhlm: for fear of her of huge blocks of concrete for ,
some people. Wives with a taste Tar never falls to give instant relief ;
The officer ordered works Las Talmas and tit
husband. sternly the harbor at
lltlquettr. for pocket!: exploring have noticed this. and quickly cures the worst forms of : F5.
must her taken to prison, whereupon she Santa Cruz. Pumice stone was originally ; ; ,
When eating:
-m''ins : It is noticed too by those who pass croup. Mrs. P. L. Cordier of Man- -
.: and tinKU with \'Int"-- began to shriek and promised' that If the collection plate. Perhaps it wouldn't used! for the dome of the mosque of nington Ky., writes: "My three 41wmowi j'l ; ;i

niii with salt they will he would spare her she would take him I do these cases any good if the mints St. Sophia on account of its lightness, year old girl had a severe case of : "
ugion of serene dis- to the right place. lIe agreed to give but even this provrd to be unsafe, and croup; the doctor said she could not !
; few overtime addingto "
in nights
put a !: ;
finish with vinegar;: her one more trial, and she led the way : the building has been reconstructed.In live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honeyand I,
the volume of nickels and dimes. \t
will continue back: again to a point near where she Ceylon the most useful! building Tar; the flat dose gave quick re :
;osptrity] the tame time that is what they may "
lief and saved her tile" Refuse sub
host Is In etiquette had been arrested, and as mure than tone Is "cabook." species\ of pumice. I .
have to do.-Cleveland I'laiu hieeler. Ptitutes. W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 8. I
first: to start outing two hours hall elapsed and she felt Scientifically it is known at laterlte and Palafox street.Cleaningladies.

..- .ff. Tooth pick- sure her husband had rcae she took C.rarlou Mnrl.i lirUliim. I occurs in bods. lying between basaltic -- .

.i act <>f ;grate: in the police to her (tome. What was her of and other' lava Hows, from the decom- skirts and waists
Maria Christina! of :Spain one
; tit and::; <>rUlrtuht ooiijternation to see her husband sitting the moat uijcoiivontiiiiiul l'oJ'\llatlil's. i: Iiosition! of, vv hicii it has resulted. At the is one of onr specialties. (Star Lana J

\hr'+ a toothi at n desk writing as calmly as if not | foot cf Vesuvius there are large; building dry. n & &
She is pleased! to give audu-mes to any
O' ; i 'iilit' after threatened with such a danger. of her son's subjects: however humble. ; quarries of basaltic lava and at the I -a--; ,
.', !mite m-tain Vassalich had been warned and had :1meot.\ as well as near Homo, a volcanic Medical Society, ntton.
The oilier day! a visitor asked her for a
.: :'. r.' after taken away all compromising docu rose out of a big bowl which stood on ash or pumice: called "pozzolana" There will be a regular meeting of ,

.\' I .!.q In fore ments. Instead of disappearing: however the table saying; that she desired! to Is wrought for the same purpose. he Pensacola Medical Society s..ha .\ .

i '.i f file: day.; he resolved to stand his ground Board of Health office at *
it a ineuifiito. The was 4J
keep as
-- .- and either save his wife or suffer with, queen Too tlerer 'or Eiclutlon. )'clockp.m. Tuesday. Jan 13 and 27. DAILY MENUS :
about to hand her one when glancing When she: (entered he looked up incident Visiting physicians are cordially
V \, t I li-rl III tlrh' round the room, she crossed over to'llI'l'e Thomas T. Heed often an -
.. ". though greatly astonished. Katia, invited to attend.
: .Vi as which happened when he first Comprise all the Up-to-
\\ another vase stood! filled with DR.W. C. DEWBERY
r .i. ,- : -'i. in order to give him his cue, fell into beautiful flowers. Taking; three delicate !- sought; to be admitted to the bar.'l'l President., Date Dishes' the Markets '.'

: :..1 .: ,.. ".., .',,1 I >- cries, begging: him not to believe Niphetos roses, she handed them [ and a young southerner were before OR. L. DeM. BLOCKER, of the World ,
1 t Io.i\> !L. r guilty of any crime whereupon her Wallace of the state supreme ;
y i','i u :'i.: si HI ; to her delighted visitor, saying, "These Judge m25ttf Secretary. Afford tI
', 1' "II al .-atrI l Client tl.'m irdod her sternly and asked the police from garden." court to be quizzed on their
came my own : I
ii '!! i. i .\' oriVix] in tie! why she had been arrested. When knowledge of the law. Turning first to '

'.' 1;:: !' bmuhbhht! re- Informed of the cause, Vassalich invit- The l'bJ llo:era. the southerner the Judge asked abruptly PEARL & DOLIVE.

.J I r i. ii ,; I. 'I 1: >ljnj'', [,ires.iiiil;
..' -,' .1. .J I 11-1: m) fr/I.IIIId/I"; : iiiiuwi was done, and of course not a scrap of after its I, !?" "No, sir," replied the young man.
till IVT'J: nine appearance -
years Call them at the of Gar-
'.. f J' e- .r t" MI- j if he hlIll:1is: ,i compromising paper was found. in France. I'p to date 7aXA Turning to Heed the judge; propounded on corner Dining Parlor.j
den and Alcaniz streets for -
.. :, 1. i rL.-.line: re'ljvjs| nude." I 'It only remains," said the pristav to acres of Italian vineland have been destroyed I the same question. "Yes, sir," replied and electrical: work,or phone carpenter GOO.

lift' 'i ; Vassalich 'to passports, Wallace! louked
tiii.j.; ; d.i/i'tti'; verify your and there Is a great demand Rash Whcreujioii Judge -- --- -- -----
t I after which 1 assure' joa, neither you vines which I gravely from one to the other beforehe NOTICE.
for American are Ilh"ll -
Tin.n II.. >linl.ii.l 'i nor your wife will lie further troubled, I spoke "You are both admitted he
l loxera proof. The minute insect I Is! Indeed I have been authorized to take Regular'Dinner Daily
1 -: I )Ir. <;:lIal'ht'r.! "It but in the meanwhile it will be my finally announced. "Two young men
present in California vineyardsalso I' subscriptions for Wm. Jennings i
\' .t f , tu ni.iKi" a donkey.I duty to keep a guard here." but its stings; till with sap immediatily i who can handle constitutional questions Bryau's paper, "The Commoner.

I. la Il,),i-.l till 1 tr.ul." An-lj i lath Vassalich and his wife knew and no harm is done in an offhand manner like that The price is $1.00 per year in ad- Short Orders Promptly ti

.' "c a smite so::; round the that their passports were forged and cant be kept out of the bar." vance. Those desiring the paper

-' >\ r. d! in the fat mill w 'ut that their banishment to Siberia would can have it sent to them by sending Filled Night or Day.

_-.\ I'alun'fit I I'.ts: j I iinmediati'ly follow a discovery of the Not Alnnyi Xeedeil. The Cane Stalrtl. {1.00 to the undersigned.H. .
Daughter have an invitation to the
I IJ I fact. They were left in the living room theater and have no chaperon. "Did U. Miss. Me.. Ta.," said the Care. M.Daily ROCHE News., K It's Something Good to Eat

: I.. '" !m to thin!: ; ..'I I on'! !it ; with one policeman to watch them :\Iothl'r-You must have one of loving and convalescent wife, "when I you wish,you'll and it at

!I'll'. [pI! ce jmi++ tin'ujiy In !j while: the Irbta went out to verify the course,,or you shan't go. It's from I r.8Iimpur was so ill? I had to have the M. D." Try Gunthor's Candies atSolomon's. '
x.' ' :\1'\\!I.P documents. In order to put the watch "More than tongue Kan.: till" repliedthe Nick Apostle'sPopular
e, I Mippose. .
off his guard they talked freely the husband. "Not for the Ind. would
"No. it's from Fatpurse.
wife telling; her husband how distressedI I have it so aeain.: Restaurant
i 11: about the
mind (chaper
1 f'
'i+ r Hy I :nt'('< It !Is .t'm-UN-'r
I I she had been and how happy she was "La.:" said the wife. "I hope the woman Herring Bros. 1 '.
\ tl' lr': from 1.-New :
,',, at the turn the: affair had: taken, the did the Wash all right.1'lten;: I ,
11: a tI'mel \'es- husband promising;: her that as soon as j get out, I'm afraid I'II1110k like I came GOULDING,
I : ,'.
I the pristav returned he would take her TA C. W al SO& Co out of the Ark. And all that Mass of Have specially constructed Wagons .

out anil solace her with a good dinner. I. Muff the doctor gave me! O. you must for the removal of dead animal!

STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, Suddenly Katia put her hand to her take me to IM.'s and let me have a from the city limit" ,

Tin-- I.IMIN: > Captain, heart, pave a shriek and fell on the feast Ala. carte." Will remove dead horses or cows for LODGE DIRECTORY

s I! tulr.ulsa1ich., having been warned And then he sadly thought that even One Dollar each. '
f' r".-iiijr
1' trips between i by a look from her that she was about In the sacredness of home there are Address HERRING BROS., -
'I, t'-'iut \\'lohil-l Or leave orders Ooulding.I3o ,
1 f' 'r!. L- iviISiyien street to make a feint rushed to her, raised her Conn. ;ames-llaltimore American. East Intendencia street.

w' v i'; ur-Jiv at Ii i. m. and ar- In his arms and between his sobs antI REAL ESTATE PencolA lodge No. 3, K, of P .

.VI' a' h: -,' >r; at t Ii! 1'. m. same day. moans told the: policeman that she was -. -- - -- [ r

l ei. rr ...,,,rt Te<(jav at 6 a. m. dying, at the same time Imploring him No. South Palafox Street. meets at every 7:all ,Monday t Cattle even t all. ,

'f' V. at P"ni.icola fi above and bring I the Bloom .. wation i
; p.m. !same to go up to the floor A. J.VL. A. ,
verySUCCESSOR third floor.
;." ': '. 'UuJ trip. $:3 i; one way, a bottle he would find on the dressingcase. brethren cordially ,

12nlm I If he was in time, Katia's lifemlht Partial List of Desirable Dwellings .1DI a

ri' be saved. The man dreading for Kent in Various Partsof ( TO AVERY t WOOLFOLK,) J. A, LYLJ: i ,
: : ; : C." C.
". /fire' 3 *s/ /or 5c.
< lest by his refusal he might be the Indirect the City: IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF H. R. 8. .

cause of her death, rushed up- 5.00-2',- tory bouse, containing 13 room, I

CARPENTRY AND stairs, seized all the bottles standing all modern conveniences bath on HARDWARE Damon Lodge No. 13 I
upper and tower floors, corner lot,
on the dressing case and rushed down nice yard and shrubbery, table nut- meets every Tuesday evening nt 7:*", at .
ELECTRICAL WORK again. houses, etc. Mo. TU East I.aKua Castle Hull corner Palafox and Garden : I
street. Iron Nails. Axes. Shovels Saw Mill and Steamboat streets visiting KnlgbtscordlailyInvited. '. : r
The room was empty. $;'Story: ) boarding house, containing J. ALBERT JOHHSOV! r
Supplies, Cooking and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils IMS liFKHIX. C. C. ; .
fir: : i'' he had been duped: the 23 rooms known M the Police de I
'. .rl A IlnHveptone6llO! ( Knowing; Leon house No. Ill East Intenden- Window Glass, Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle. ]i. of R. .U '55t : t
I '. farpptiter or leclrlW guard cast a quick glance about the cia street.VK'.iW I ., '"
\\' lilt well done. room and (!;pil'lilin open window that -A desirable 2-story modern dwelling Agate and Tinware and Ilousefurnisliing Goods.
T rooms, moil desirable section of the I. O. O. F.
for the r
had undoubtedly been opened city on a corner on tbe street car LrAGEN8 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY: !
line,:t .tiSt North llarcolona .
t Cured of flight for It was closed : street.S1.JO .
:of: Rheumatism purjtose ; | ( -Large 2-story dwelling III' rooms, Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery 1'cnt.acola Lodge: No 4 '
I when he lift and, being on the ground fronting svlile square, No.ass I East Wheel Co., L' ftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kalsornine t
floor, would afford an easy means of Government street. Iron and Buck Stoves and Wm meets every Thursday evening at 7:9): ttI'.afTord
King *
,;)).()>-Comfortable new 2-story modern Rang blill.)Oc West Intendfncla itreet. '
,, lit suffering? human-: escape. Jumping out Into the narrow duelling..11 rooms very desirable section Coups & Co.'a Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'a Visiting brethren cordially In"Uild.J. ,
tltA that I suffered' yard for a moment he deliberated o!the city situated on North Made Railroad Colors E.LoNG,N.G.
: 1 Mu-cular haylen between Strong and DeHotostreets. J.G.WELSH, 8ecretary.AMERICAN.
and sciatic whether the tulth'rs"oulo1;: go Into t
Pensacola Fla
for rive year: ,. During the street or back into an alley. TakIng $25.storydwellingin pond order with Temple i i
'I.. -1 I various; remedies Brooms, three doors from the belt GUILD.
as -
\I it for granted that they would naturally line, has gas and water tbroughout, -- -
r.l' of several'
No :ill North Barcelona Street.1I .
where their haste would not
1\ 11\'h afforded me very go .O-I-storydwelltng7 rooms, city water, SAMUEL CHARLES Pensacola Chapter No. (JOT.F. .
relief. The pain in my be noticed, he darted to the rear. The bath, gag, with large corner lot. No. t
to))2: West Wrlgbl street. E, bKAW.EB, p. LisazisevaCTir: ,
mid leg fugitives were not there, and be ran i II
; was aironiziu
I $13.70: 1-story dwelling d rooms newly papered ; Secretary Governor
unbearable. I could back and forth looking for an egress and painted throughout on BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
\\' .:r. :and I belt -io.31111l'astGrt'gory street. ,
thought would be through \\ they might; have gone.
: 115.00-1-story dwelling. wuer and bath,
city a
;' 1 if'indon all buiness. A Coming to a gate, be opened it and T rooms, bait block of ground with REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT. K. OF L. !
untie .
i Mll :"".l. which advised! I did reluctantly me to try, rushed through a passageway to a Cervantes beautiful shade street.trees No. 7M East .. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes,; Leather & Findings.

J :' v to street a block from the house he had I12.SW-1-story dWt' 415 East Gregory focal Assembly No. 1505.
my surprise bot-
crowded, but he ttreet,5 rooms, newly papered and
: me sounduid left The street' was
well. I painted. Meets tint Monday In neb month.
: '. of those he sought --. -- --- ----- W. P. II. .
commend it to all who saw nothing 111.00-No.HU East Belmont street, l 6-room TBAEP.AITBra
I'did. It it also; a very fine j I Vassalich when the policeman went cottage, city water, newly painted, MCCOH.IILL.: M, W.
In perfect order. Secretary
y: mere'tea the appetite, aids for a restorative, in order to mislead 1I0.o0..IOIt North Alcanlz strhet. a new WICKS & co.

,. ,and finally builds up the him ran to the window and threw it house In good order with 5 rooms.

: .tIt!!. You can use this as up. Then he and his wife rushed for HO.OO-No.water""I, a neat East 5 Belmont room cottage street newly city r MEN AND WOMEN.CM .

-V te-t. Yen'trulv, the froijt door, and closing it behind painted and renovated throughout. Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter Big ft for unnitnral
\v. DEL t
B. ACH.uburn I .00-No. 1110 East LaKua street a neatly I. trod,,. dl.chsrge.loSammsnoo..
\ Ave., Atlanta, Ga.i them Just In time went out upon the papered cottage In good con- .O..r..t irnuuont or olcersuos..abarkt.R .
:\ (it ma Co 1 1
dltlon large lot city water.A
i sell! !. street as composedly as if they were large list of smaller dwellings, as welt r'.r aar PtlDlew, sad not utrinot r
:- : it at SI 00 per bottle. going for a walk. They did not stop ta a number stores and offices t ott KENT. No. South Palafox Street sa 1Er/usQaicltib gent or poreoaoos. ''ts
qs lIuT /eld N Druli.Lg. .
: nip for book of particulars till they hal passed the Russian floe THOS. C. WATSON & CO. Materials Mat ID pltio wrapper tf
RICSOL AU Klnda oi Plumbing and OM Fittings Kept on Hand
::3. Chemical Co., Loa der. AGATHA W. ODELL. bf express preptld, forClnelars

Cal., or Atlanta, Ga. Try THE-NEWS Want :column. Leading Agents Real, 1 South:Estate V.Rental l.tox: Street.and Insurance VBLBPHOHB the ....IAOOLA.. FLA. cat ea ,




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Shared at the Post omce at reniacola,
......Moond-elMi mailer.
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JI1ICJI: -Htt'i Building, fllj Booth BEQUEST MADE BY TWO Life
f dof 01 itreet, np-iuiri. Gorton's MinstreU! was tbe attrac- SocietyOf

CITY OFFICIALS TO COUNCILAt tion last night. They had a good

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. band, and tbe singing of Thos. McKenna the United Sialis.IIE .

who has a very rich baritone nY B. HYDE, Founder
Terms: Invirubly in Advance-

..Tsar by Mail....._.___i5 00 the regular meeting of the city voice, was fine. That was all. -

'4,,; Months ____._.__. __.._ :i 60 council last night Tax Collector N.
pas Week,br: Carrier, Payable Monday 10 1 11 Preliminary Statement Jan.
i 1 :
I McK. Oerting sent a petition asking CREATORS
Mnrliting lie," Furnished on Application Assurance
that his salary be increased to?100 per There have been several Italian Outstanding U.-.1lj (1

TELEPHONE NO. IIS.PEI8AOOLA Income .. .... .... .... ..
month, it being but $85 per month at band leaders in this country during .. i Ikt l'Jft) )

l Vf + present. Tax Assessor Whiting tbe past few years, but none of them New Assurance ...... :r.-'w"\v:

UNION LABEap asked that an additional $25 per have approached the success of Cre- "Doesn't cou;h much through the day. It's when night Assets..... ..,.. ,... 3tK.fUO.iV
atore, tbe great and sensatioaal "
month be tacked on to his present comes that he coughs: so herd.:
leader, who Is to be heard 'here with Assurance Fund and

compensation of $100 per month. his splendid organization tonight. Don't let these ni2h.! coughs deceive you. Some day you .
JAN 22 1903 all other liabilities .
l ()
Both applications were received but Italians as a rule are fiery, passionate may wake up to the ;act tfct your boy is thin, pale, weak,

.... ...... .., .. -
Surplus ;
: J.IiVirI
definite action deferred until a later and demonstrative. Creatore even seriously! You can't safelytrifle with any throat or I \)

WHEN in Mississippi the presidentbad meeting.A seems to be the embodiment of lung trouble.: Cure the cough quickly withAyer's The largest increase ever toads m auy jeu
trouble to find any bruin, but everything that is excitable when in the history of the SocU-1>

he find trouble a br win. report on the general health of
now can leading his band, and this baa gonea JAMES \V. ALEXANDER, Presides

the city was submitted by Health long way in attaining ,notoriety. Cherry PectoralIt's
THERE has been talk, and still : JAMES II. H'UE"jcel're"l
of Officer Hays. This paper detailed Without question he has one of the Idenc<
= more talk for a number years

I about good roads, but there will matters in connection with treat finest bands this country has ever the same medicine your old doctor gave you when you

never be good roads: till the peope ment of smallpox, showing the number heard. M were a child. The young doctors indorse it now, too, for i OOWLES BUGS.

go at it and build them. of cases now treated, number TIM MURPHY. coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, consumption. i I ,

THE policy of expansion: meets convalescent and also the number cf I Three iliei: 25c.,59c., S1.01. J. C. AVER CO.. Lowell Mtss. Gt'nt'ral1'0111; ,

with some political opposition incertain who had been vaccinated.The Tomorrow night at the opera house "I bare the greatest confidence In Aver's. herrT J' ..tnral. I have used It for a number of | 309 H. Palafox St.. PEXSAl'OU.
.1"i persons years and I never knew It to fall to break up a f'oi.l-'l'UARLES: PEKVOST rinttsburg.N.Y.
that welcome comedian Mr. _
always ,
t e quarters, but we are fully I Ir.J report was an especially interesting ( -
and Miss Bher- .I
: committed to that: policy! appliedto Tim Murphy Dorothy
list. one and its reading was given rod, will appear before their many KEEPS HIS F.tJIILYWILl. ; WHY NOT THE BEST ? -*
r.J to our subscription
A the closest attention.The friends and admirers in Mr. Mur NO POLICE I
If you are feeling; out of sorts, i if
THE big morning daily of Jacksonville phy's greatest comedy success, "Old
city comptrollers report was
ij your circulation! or your digestion
has, for the past five or more Innocence." It was four years since THE>> fdEnG>>ANTS
received. It was in printed form COURT TUDAY is bad, you ought to think first about''
't years, been bearing up under a name ibis delightful comedy was seen, but '
and its reading was dispensed: with. your liver. Probably that is all that ,
: almost as cumbersome from its inordinate tnosc who were fortunate enough to
-- -- is wrong with you. HEPATICURA ,; TBJUISFER GO.
length as that of a memberof 1I1U 111GI1T MhDlCIXK. see it have not forgotten what a fini -
For the first time Burin; the pres- provides for the best health possible' !i
one of the royal house of England i-bed piece of character prutrateur
The right remedy at the righttimeis and will all need. If .
answer your |j Having been awarded the '
'fa! or Germany. It will be a source of a friend indeed. You cauuot be Mr. Murphy treated them to in the I ent city\ administration, not a case : i its tj
' you want real good health keep the i j for carrying the U. S. Mail bt I\\. ,
much joy to its many admirers to too careful about having the right presentation of the lovable character : was docketed in the police court today liver the L. & N. Depot and 1'o-t o;'
and there
i is nothing
ifi note that the shortening up proce.-s remedy on hand when you need it. of "Old Innocence." This year and there was no session of that ; and al It is said by a man %f knowledge I better to keep the !liver right than i i i !lege on all trains entering tl.
ijJ has begun by dropping oft a link, he brings with him the best acting
and good judgment that most bad body. Before 9 a. m., however, one ;, we are prepared to tran-f' r b ,
I pI fJ and tbe paper way now be designated health caused by a bid liver. HE company he has ever had and a delightful ( Danitl James of Pensacola: I'I and pis-eng: to and tt ma

: simply as The Timrs-Uuion. PATICURA is the best liver tonic performance of this charming I defendant was sent down for'a- Fla., lays: I want to tell you how tels. residences and [T..tlUt1:!.v :

, which will liven up that member iu comedy is assured. grancy. much I appreciate your liver medi- '' night.'Prcmjt&EelialilcSEmceGisraiitd.

F.i Metropolis: The Florida: legi
next well afford of pleasure as well as satisfaction iu been sick inr a long time. I did not
i J tare April can very DO YOU KNOW
life. Hold by all druggbts. REPERTOIRE.The know exactly what was the matter
1 ;: to do what the Alabama legi.lature' with her. 1" suppose it must have We also conduct a Freight II..'I\-
'! did last Wednesday,s a joint PeruchMJeldini Repertoire I been som liver trouble. I had to ery int's-hanl pianoati-"
{ ''
resolution informing Edward Winston large stock of dressed studdingand have a physician very often, but machinery and furniture U vu-
I j ': Pettus that his was not Company commence an engagement joist" Get their prices before she did not get well until she took.. able Prices.
presence of one week at the opera buying dl6-lm HEPATICURA. A few bottles I, Telephone your order- < F. K

lli necessary at the State capital to secure house' Monday night. These people i cured her. She i is well now and Pou's Livery Stables Plj or

'i: his re-election as United States COMFORT have pleased Pensacola audiences i never complains. I give it to the Mrs H. H. Hallmark's. .111, ::1"-

::t. eeuator.'as that would be done by an -- ou previous occasions, and from I i Have you seen those shaving children and take it myself, aad it Phone 351.MERCHANTS;:; .
keeps us all well. Sold: 'by all: drug-1
t almost unanimous vote. senator stands and music cabi- !
advance press notices it would seem i gists. TRANSFER .

" Mallory of Florida has already been There is on exhibition at the furniture that the company has lost none of j nets at Marston $ Quina's.Just : MRS.H.H. JlALI. IAHKI', ,

t re-elected senator by a primary voter store of Marston & Quina a which characteristic '!' RARE /
'. I the snap and vim was the thing for a Christ- BARCA/NS. HAHKY HAU.MAKK, Transfer -V

I of the Democratic party, and they unique attachment for rocking of them when here.PECK'S ; I Lot N.'K. H.'o.I'.8o.II',1'".
4 legislature only has to ratify that mas present. S.'venty-flve acres on Blackwater
chairs that will add greatly to the
election by a formal joint ballot. I 1! iy, rich black mullock lands, two ,
comfort of those inclined to take life BAD BOY. miles from Milton! parts..ularlyadapted
i j Do want a magnificent watch
So much better than the former I Ieas you TIII:
I to This !land !
pecaii" join
for little ? If HO, call OL
((1P wrangling and turbulence incident j \ To mention Peck's Had: ISjy to a : money the celebrated l'1 :.thr pecan grove'acid
He will
the accommodate
to electing a senator. I IJ It consists of a hinged foot-ret \ boy is the next best thing to tilling Stephens': you.MONEY. is partially: cleared i I

__ that may be attached with crew i! him that a circus is cowing to town. I,I, Two hundred and eighty acre-*, j\m J &t \ ij cIM t t V&I
! THE tit. Louis Exposition is to bed I I'i 100 acre. cleareJ, 7 miles from Mil-i i
' You will all. whether young orlot, :j ton, 3! miles from the rmlroi
i and a small metal rod to I a : on
tbe show of its kind that eyes any TO LOAN i
; greatest I
I have the opportunity of seeing that : Y.-lov! River at Faulk's Ferry'< 1Vhole.alo a 1111Hl'tail
has ever been aiteu/pted iu America rocking chair iu a few moments and .
Well war red and witti dvvtilin
'w I frolicsome youth disporting" himself i At the Loan Ollice of W. 11. Meri- good CJ"lot"l'r...
li if not in the woild. Every state and by any one. .To one end of the re-t j jN and making life a burden for all whocome ': wether, 112 South Tarragona street. !:. *, outhnii-f! and fencing.} .

;.C! territory, including our new pose.ssions attached a cord leading to a spring'! ;1 You can set any um of money you I There are 4U( acres of cyiress in 11I\I)(, ;.\L1F.i: mi:
with him. He
in contact this tract worth the of thewhole.
I should befittingly rel1eented. in the ceiling, and so regulated that i may: need at the lowest rate of in- price
: ;
, illustrate new inventions in practical \ terest. You can be a-*urt'd of fair This land has been grownextensively Family, Fancy and Staple
i But by tie circumstances of the acquisition each movement of the) chair give.acorre.pondiiiK i jokes and amuse and entertainyou treatment and strictly confidential to cantind large pri fit* ,

and the early relations movement to the ret made.: Theroare laiuacresoffencedpaturug
: I all in many wayt.O, numerousto business relation J7tf t'" Groceries, ,<
more <>r less' intimately COUIhcttug'Florida and makes the sensation one of ease ( adjoining which is free.Kiijlityone .
mention. His gill, his Pa, hiMJ acres, 3 miles noah of ,
with the teriitory iiicluded' ; aid comfort. and All Kinds: of Tp-to-ii ,- !
and t tichultz the Urocer and i Hot French Waffles with al>'lve with good liotiwell and i (loods.Ve .
in the Louisiana: purchase, it is especially -i j I This attachment is the invention ,, rieir fen ponds. his tract i-
) (
the Policeman and lot uf Cano
Florida atSolomon's.
Dully a syrup ,
important and durable' : i i juf Mr. Otto CI..tu..ell, of riauta nIJ?a : I' valuable in connection with stock \ are Pole; Distributor- f. \\< :
other folks ate comiIl, with him. Florida for the (Celebr.u., C '' -I j
r.ii-iuir. 1 he wood and timber will
that this state should occupy a I Park, and letters patent have been f --- : '
I for clearing and also for the :MohdaCoffee, Sweet HHIIHM'I'I-
prominent place in the great: expo 1 applied for. i You will consult your best interests ply .
I KIXM.Y TAKE NOTICE that Ely's iuntl.No. *PS, I llini and Climax Klotniii > -
sitiou. When Florida was ceded by :1 Balm is, of beiie- 0. M. Pryor if Delicatfeoaen, Oermaii .\1\1' i II' ,'
.,CZ1:=1A, NO ci'itt \U .'.\Y. Liquid CI e:1I11 great j by going to you such bargain ;i< this has yet .
: Spain to Great liiitain in ITttf; its ter i lit to those sufferers from nasal catarrh -i want furniture. He i is in position to been olf..reJ to purchaser The Food C'l.'s Canned MeatKtr.. :\i
: Your drugeiiit will refund jour money If :(i wno cannot inhale {reE'lvthroll laiid hive been cultivated for of which are sold bv nil iir-t-c'''
rituryexteuddWest to the )Ii."i-- I'A/U nlN 1'MEX f fails to sell cbeapei than any other house in yearsavid
cure Klngworm.
'I .h the nose, but must trea"t I know what they will produce.. Retail Orocers in the city.
I eippi river and included a part of ] 1't'IIt'r.IId I'lceraautl t5ort'>. Pimples and themselves: bypraying.. Liquid the city. I They are convenient i in market and (
f the { Ulitckbeads on the face, and all tklu dis- 1 1i ;''Cretin --- ----- IIII.UO I son u 1'\1, 1-0\
present state of Louisiana.A : Balm Uitlers in form, but not ; will be sold at a bargiiu on !account
i ca-ti. 1)\) CCIIU. I medicinally, from the Cream Balm i You can get your house ol owner eiiLM.'ing in other bu+in-.,.,. ,

[ CASK is now in the Pennsylvania that has stood for years at the headof M! furnished complete at Mar For particular, pric and term<,

k courts wl.icl will be watched by ail: I FREE VACCINATION. I remedies for Catarrh. It may be address NED FAY.
the state military used in any na-al: atomizer. Theprice i ston $ Quina1 on easy payments j j'Jif Pen acola, Kla. PENSACOLAPressing
including a spraying tube, i is monthlu --- --
tJ weekly
everywhere with much concern. I i|, 0"Cts Cnild by druggists mud mail- I loads MiuuM \f''t'rctIP, Club
!k i One of will be BrotLers M Warren ; ----- =:: = '" --- -
; the state guards called out Competent physicians: int jed by Ely: -, Never enlure this trouble. UsPat

'Lib' ? by Ouveruor atone during the cual I attendance at the office of the City!i Street, New Yoik. once the remedy that stopped it for ,I
-- -- HOUSE
' strike was detailed one night to | Physician, over the ollice of the OPERA Mr?. N. \\Vb-ter.. of \Vinnif, \' ;i FOR GENTLEMEN.

I Southern Express Co., from 9:00 a.1 She write : "I>r. Kind's New LifePills
guard a certain dwelling, and, in ( SWEET CHILD DIEDLAST -
1 wholly curel me of sick headaches
t j c pursuance of orders Crow tbe commaudinj { m. to7wip.. m. every the ;; ..Beldeni I laid suffered irom for two i! -

J ; JUicer, hot to kill. The week. Pepucbi years" Cure i
!. |! NIGHT Hl'ad..trhECouojtipa One Dollar Per Month
will vaccinate all tion. Bilii. 25c.;:; .
"* soldier is how compelled to stand They citizen, u-nrs. at W. A.D'Alemhfrte's

r trial for murder. It would seem who apply, free of charge. All are
I '-; that I if a member of a 1I1ilit..trcom. urged to avail themselves of this 1'KICK ATfUACllO.V, Palafox 'treet.i. ;Clothes; Cleaned and l'reutIoften i-

,It' t pany in the discharge of his duty offer without dSay.Thecertificatewhich. MarB'uert; the sweet young childof Will Open a I I as desired. Your ('l"f!| -

\/ '' and in obedience to orders fires at I each person :Mr. and ;Mrs. R. H. Swains of IN YOU WANT GOOD BOOKS pent for and delivered C tli "
1 1 inn Er8em nt It10ndaYI J1D. !)!. :'i Juth Palafox and Join < '
and kills any one he can be even arrested vaccinated receives, should! be carefully West Garden street, died yesterday I 6Uj {I Club.

i and compelled to stand trial i kept, u proof of vaccination jut as the shades of night fell over I With the a-Act Drama I CHEAP, NOW /IS THE
formurdtr, the only sensible thing will be of value, not only schoolchildren II La- icsl Flail i skirts a ftecisl!?.
I the city. The little one's death was "
, to do ii to immediately disarm all i but to all who are working i "Slaves of Russia. .
, the state troops. I| in factories aud other pieces where ( keenly felt by the parents, with i II I Yours; for X. atrife-a.
. .. whom she favorite.A iI I I Complete Hceuic Production. I THEM
. J was an especial
1 -- -- -- :number of persons are t' nplnyed.1 ,
I nrf'lUnal.l.. I.a\v aiul Crilor. Specialties Between the Act by a G. W. IRWIN.
, I I I)1. As we are clo-ing out Stock to make
. The citizen of Brewtou hive issued i 20j5: City Health Otlicer. I Cure For Lumbago. i i
I i High-Gass Acting Company room for New Goods soon' to arrive.
: a call for a meeting: Thursday W. C. Williams Amherst! Va., ,

; ttigt t, January: 2:!, to devise' meats i Th"! Secret i.f Long Life I says: "For-more than a year I suffered of 16 People. None will be priced at Hot Chocolate with

, and mea-ures for the better preservation I Consists in keeping all the main !' from lumbago. I finally triedChamberlain's I more than CII-t, and Whipped Cream, at Solo
( organs! of the body m healthy, re;: -i A Complete Change of SpeciilUes many below. For in- mon's. /
Balm and it
, of law and order iu that Pain i
, ular action, and in quickly j '
de-troy- and Mu-ic at Every Performance.
i in
tallc" .
:f town. They propose to ue every | tug deadly disease germ*. Electric gave me entire relief, which all we quote

legal and honorable means to suppress i! Hr.tersrej-ulate Stomach. Livenuid I II other remedies had failed to do." PRICES-10. 20 and 30c. 5 Vol. Set Mead's Works . .$1.00 STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
] Kidneys: purify the blood, and ;give '. Sold by all druggists and medicine I Ladle Kre Monday night when aecomnanid I i.!
; crime and disorder, and '' 3; Vol.
especially dealers. with a Mi-Cfnl ticket if bought before ty Books.$1 00
i a splendid :
appetite. They II III
,! to put a stop to illegal I j wonders in curing Kidney 'f roubles I a p. m. I II Ii i5: Val: bet Kwiug's Work-. .....1100io J )

traffic in liquor. This, iu connection | Female Complaints: Nervous Dis- VALUABLE CITY LOTS. i'ONE NIGHT' LY, i I!!I Vol. Set Cooper's Sea Tales.$1.00 1et1H'f'n fpPNMCiila and M iltr"-n"l1l

with the application to the : r.i es Constipation, Dyspp3U and ;I: TUESDAY JAN 7 5 Vol. Set :McCauIey's Hi-dory tuna, Daily Fic-rpt Sunday
I Alabama legislature for a chance to lal.iriJ."I orou;! health and -- England:: ...... .. .. .. ... .. ... .$IdiO "
strength always follow their u->r. I I "CITY OF TAMPA.
'; I i try tbe dispensary plan, shows that Only we., guaranteed byV.. A. NOW GKt WISH 3 Vol. Set :Stvtkespear: ... ... ...$1./00
Of the large number of lots
; the liquor question is being agitated D'Alemberte, druggist, 121 $'uth recently 13 Vol. Set Shakf pear... .... ..|'{ W :;I uv Milton 8:31 am Lvemacola'pn! : .
t Mr. O. M. trfebBHCola.V;iatn Ar Milton
purchashed by Pryor '
Palafox street. Lest forget the Forever Favorite
( t In Brewton. you 1501. Set Chambers' Encyclo- '
Fare,sue Round ,Ji:1"!
, --- --- -- ---- and placed on sale to desirable purchaser Mu-ical Farce Comedy fll.jj.1...... .... .... ... ... ... ..1500( .; H1 -""-
I :! ?, many have been sold, but 13 Vol.
You want a good fiauo tuner to feet Bulwer's_ Novels.$300

I, atay iu Pensacola, still you holdback Humors some of the choicest are still held by Peek's Bad 12 Vol, Set Scott's Novel... ...$300 1 JEWELER IN HIS

I 1\0.r your order Send it in. I have They take possession cf the body, and him.He Boy 12 Vol. Set T. S. Arthur... .... .$3 00

I E bad 20 years1 experience and hare: are Lords of lii'ruie. will sell to actual settlers on 1 Vol.Set Prescott.... .... .... .. 75 I NEW STANDI
worked in several piano factories. They are ntttn : ALL LAUGHS NO CIty :
itching t')othervolume, of other Standard
;. Orders left at Johnson's book store taneous eruptions; by feelinss of '' I."n-I to up this property. I Works
II at equally low prices.CUE'S .
will be attended to. languor, eeneral 'b'lity and That nut.Thty .
CHAS.V.. PBEJSLEY.If cause rue re su.trm;; than anything :I 3[udgiu's, fie Des fir 5c. The Best Acting Company have moved my jewelry: !!'"'r" r-:
t'ft I ,
J ce.Heallh I II I The Best Singing Company 120 South Palafox, formerly ,'i-
!: <.>nt.: rea nr.,1 PI-aou-e BOnK STORE.
you want a nice present :u givet i r.t4'.iire their eipul-',,:t, I is j. .,;- : Don't forSft to buy the I The Funniest Comedians pied by Bass & Co., and am ,*
l t <) a friend,go and look through the ; ,ly effected ao->Iiig to Hj.-asanut ot ; The Best Dancers! I to !"t
2l: r'
Souih ever
Palafox Slreer.PEXiACCILA. better prepared
elegant hue of suitable articles at It.v att'\11 tt'stimO&llls..1) laby one of those nice little i i

I. surely can find : Come and With Us S great bargains in diamonds, wai'-1-: *-
I' J. Stephens you Hood's Sarscparllla Rocking Chairs from Mar- Laugh FLORIDA.I .,
ftomttriiug to please you. If you (, !jewelry, etc. Call and see n." 'n J

..r want anything in the Diamond lice Which radically and permanently drives' : stop & Quina's. 50e. and I PHICI:--1i.s.3 and r uc. I I. Try Gunther's Candies at; ;| let me convince you.

I't be sure to see him before you bay. I tau cut aud tuilds up the wtole syju

L Pn.

'- > .. --.% ."r.L..L"--'-____-"- "> ...k' '''-'' ,. ,_ ,, >_. "; ."",'Jk--1 :;';.,,... """" _> ,;.... ....iTHE "<<- --

I'Y'" 3ff l' Irt,!- J4rd-t.S, +I'i? .rs1" a. +4a--"k y-f"'r


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those who the committee intends to NOT! DUE TO CLIMATK. No. BOO8. i r
W. C. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK Cashier; ) ,

THE f I 903 honor. None will be gold and none Catarrh U Pound Everywhere. B. L FOSHEE,Vlce-Prealdent; JOHN PFEIFPER, Au't Cathltr. 1 z

T procurable except through the com- Catarrh la at home anywhere and

mittee. everywhere. While more common AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF

CARNIVAL Illustrated literature has alreadybeen In cold, changeable climates, U is

by no means confined to them, but is PEAISACOLA, FLA.
sent out for distribution all

-- over the L. & N. system as far tory prevalent in the in union.every state and terri- Designated Depository of the United States. )' i i

,'irci- of invitation to the carri' north and west as St. Loai The common definition of catarrh Condensed Statement at the close of business NOT. 25, 902. 1

T will be more ar- From there the entire system and is a chronic'cold in the head, which RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. '

'. tilthi-year| than In pastI. Its tributaries will be billed, as wellas if long neglected often destroys tbe LoaR and Discounts..... .. .... ...... .. ... $142,92184Overdrafts Capital Stock .. .... .... .. ........ ..... .... J200.000.00>

.",tic and: elaborate sense of smell and hearing; bat Becuredand Unsecured.2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... ..., .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00) ,
The proof has: been received the entire state, north Alabama, there are many other forma of the (D. 8. Bonds and Premiums.. ...... ...... 213,806.87 Undivided Profits...... ....... .... ..... .... 6,1>90.31 I '

v.t',. invitations and Georgia and Tennessee. It i3 ex- obstinate and Stocks, securitiel! etc... ...... .. .... ...... 2,62500 Rediscounts...... ...... .. .... ......... .... 10,287.61 1

,ecomm ttfeon : disease, even more Furniture and Fixtures.... .. .... .... ...... 6718.48 Circulation .... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 1\15,000.00\ 4 1

T\-E representative has been alinsptctit. pected that the largest crowd ever dangerous. (. B. Btampa... ..... .... .... ... .... ...... 6582: Deposits ...... ............ ............ .. .... 461,104.35 i i

*' '''$ On the front of assembled in the city will be with Catarrh of the throat and bron- Cash and Exchange; ..... ...... ... ......... 153,943.12 l '

'.} I"< chial tubes as well as catarrh of the
' the festivities of r
which will\ be In three us during February23d if' 1!

'.*! card and 24th. stomach and liver are almost as Total...,.. .... .... .. .... .... ...... ..... $822,382.30! Total.... .... .... .... ..... .... ...... .... S22,3b2.SO i.'
ter,4 a rf-rrt"-enltion: of the Gulf common as nasal catarrh aud gen This bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give tl

rfixicoout-ide of the harbor. In The costume committee request erally more difficult to cure. your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. j "

that all those to whom communications blood
approach- Catarrh is undoubtedly a
Ie bearing King have been addressed to replyto disease and can only be successfully
bi-tle: ships ItA
i eradicated internal treatment.
by an :
them at
visit to his loyal sub- onceREMARKABLE
Jj-eibon '
hw Sprays, washes and powders are use- B. H. FAIRCHILD H : : :
foregroundso! to speak, CURE Of CROUP.A real seat G w. & ."f.! '
J-cs, In the less as far as reaching the ..: .. ctroiXXG. w. & co "" i 'f a bevy of :ea, nymphs, hold. Little Bey's Life Saved. of the disease is concerned.Dr. a x'33 o x* 8 T x: n. 33 n. r f *",*'

a;1st: ,exteuJt binuer, on which is I have a few words to say regarding Mclverney advises catarrh 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. :< The Style of a "Dorothy Dodd" .j
I" sufferers to use a new preparation, ;
j m h'->U letter, Mardi : Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It 'aroef Work and Refinishing Furniture a i ,
1-cr.5 j, sold by druggists, called Stuart'aCatarrh j(;, LUXURY 71", : ;
".bruJry !!:5J and 24h: 1903. saved my little boy's life and I feel actual Specialty. ?
Tablets because
6-> : II, i I
that I cannot it enough. ; .
Mjt abi/ve the inscription ont bought a bottle of it from A.E.Hieere I has shown thpse tablets to Phone: 406. &TEVER mind what old-fashioned people ten you-Style and ; .
T(' -- -- ----- --- -- 10 Oomfort ('alllve together in a pair of shoes. The ""Doro :
.'.ffaj pear the letters C.1.. of truodwm, 8. D., and when I got contain certain anti-septic qualities Q !
t ? home with it the poor baby could i. value and being an U thy Dodd" proves it. 1 ':'
of the highest R. K. WHITE
.. I ,du nth, disporting iu hardly breathe. I gave the medicine the I II They are the utmost height of style.] They are shoes of Co t'ir

L ,; n W.u-rs of the gulf are as directed! every ten minutes! until internal remedy, pleasant to I Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler' to nine distinction. The highest praiae you can give shoe is to ay oq :;
t "threw u,)" and then I thought sure I I taste, convenient and harmless, can I
.. : huG and other fish oft choke to death. We well and Graduate Optician, :
he to IItltastlleSlyleofa"D
: ._' was going; be used as freely as required, as roalylbdcl.
had to pull the phlegm out of his adults. :
mouth in great long; strings. I am for children as for 11 Sooth PtUtoi St., Penmroli, FU Yet the "Dorothy Dodd" i Is the most comfortable shoe ever 1 'j

U.. '. r t.r. or lu-iJe, appear po-itive that if 1 had not got that An attorney and public speaker, made. .....You long to walk for the pleasure of walking. It a : ; I
I bottle of cough medicine, my boyw'u1,1 i f who had been a catarrh sufferer for -- --- -- T--- c holds the foot firmly around the instep and the unsupported 0 rf"i; "
litoC committees i 1
I' ,Ti: ', arch. .... You "slonchy" gait which conies with
earth ti e-cape some ;
not ba Oil tldar.JoEL'l
j ,t',: ,:;! ,'il. vihich occupies tilt .MoNT, Inwood, Iowa. For sale I years, says: would catch cold. J. N. ANDREWS, l shoes. It gives a new poise to your body in walking. Your car : -ft
fall I a
and medicine deal "Every : ?' riage is more light and graceful. ,!
I : f t' "f"il!, ii in letters of red by all druggists i which would settle in my head and J !'j ; I
..< for "
ers. Headquarters J ; I .1
II, i i: d '!N :follows: : - throat and hang ou all winter long Just Try One Pair. They Cost $3.00. : ;
The finest line of sterling[ silver I :
KINO P!!! goods and silver novelties is to be<< little worse. I was continually i iI o Q ;
I ,\I'! YovR PRESENCE found at J. I. Stephens'::\ Prices to throat and voice be- O :
\1' 11 B
;please all. I came effected to such an extent as &i

}. ,.in \SSI'\L CARNIVAL, to interfere with my public speak. 1:1 aiPii'U P.ilatox wueN.
--- - -- i
ill.V, tLOKIIll, --- -- : i:1
\-\i $2 oO i>er barrel. A. V. CLUBKS in? --------- -- --

II ui' Art' :MKI: AM> 21TII.1UJ3. Corner Bru and Garden [Streets. "I tried troches and cheap! cough / :
relief, but
1 : I cures and sometimes got rk 0 "
only for a short time, until this ;
0 hi.; ,.':. air Hf the invitation and 50 ILLINOIS i of the and tonight
winter when I learned new warmer 1 ;
f ,.J and blue are and Friday light variable winds
II 1 l.t *-1' > n given catarrh cure, Stuart's Catarrh Tablets f (

r: r' 1I.t.!: as follows I' through a newspaper advertise W ATSONC
HOME SEEKERS ment. Two fifty-cent boxes, which Temperature in Last 24 Hours: GREEN : .

(iilicerH, Maximum..__.....___........_ 51 dt llrt e8 '
I bought at my druKgist's, cleared Minimum_"._'_ ___ degrees 1' .: .
Waller li..:r .:'iim. President. -- : in fine I JP' '
head and throat shape .
my G. W. & CO' 'G. W. & CO' .: '
Vice President. Elsewhere : <' __ .
Jhn! (; Oiv. r. ARRIVED YESTERDAY LOOKING and to guard against a return of my Temperature .

l".1-', \\'. MTrut l Secretary. ; old trouble I keep a box of the tablets Mln. Mm. -" J .

J.,.-..; !L J... I"I.>. Treaurer.t FOR DESIRABLE PERMANENT on head and whenever I catcha Atlanta HlsnuuC'k'I.._ ..._. '_"_'_'_' 84 u 18 Stl a rseoeo3e>> =e..csooaefwoeweoee..eeN." ...... e: \

little cold I take a tablet or two ChIcago. .._ ............__...._..I'i' 2'i Ii
t \ ,..., ,'t.iiimillPO.II. LOCATIONS. Cincinnati........_.__si! art
and ward off any serious develop- Galvt' lon_ ...__.. ._ 4.: 4S SACRIFICE SALE q
\ I Ihtr! CUirmau: ; Louis ments." Huron...... ... _..._.__- -I 4. i i
u I Jacksonville ........._ ._ 42 iWKHIISIH "fI
F5't,.i" 1".1'i \\f-ut-'irh. I !Stuart's Catarrh Tablets deservesto ,lty '_"'_' ._...___ 14 :wyVest
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Dr. It. R. Crawford, immigration K ._....._.... ...___. M 72 -OF- )
..slumCVmmi'lrf. I head the list as a household Memphis.._....... ._-...._ ..__.. :1:1: 4d' I !
Itnddmn.tI: ajent for the L. &; N., arrived from remedy, to check and break up Mobile ._.. ..._....___..._. '_' W 60. i*
... 4il
< .- I.I I'. ii ..e n.'lImllIU: -. Chicago yesterday afternoon with apify :coughs and colds, becau-e unlike New Montgomery.--Orieana.-.. SI 4H 52vew : I BuGGIES

York........ ........... .......... WI 4s Ii
H l\' \ i H! l> Al" uil -ri. .>f 52: home seeker.*, chilly many other catarrh: and cough cures Savannah ......?......... ..._...._. 4'i tit. I i .
i the-e tablets contain no opiate, co- St. Louis ............_.............. 20 3JMnd '
1'ulnl aril Atht'Mi-l UKI frmn L'hlcjj The Majority resirtr ; i _..A T Tt la:.... ,' ,
caine or any injurious drug. + .' .
: I. (i ,I, <111111. ciumutb i : J >-'. I. -j at the Lewis House, ani I

J.1'!.: -.'',. .J 11 I.I i'i (!. Olver.TIIII "III)' this morning were up and admiring N(-\v ('(,lIlury ('''III'l't. a I STATixIIY l' I BEERS CARRIAGE REPOSI

>|> .J/al'''"'v.'i's ,,NlAtlUll; the beautiful weather. Millions are daily finding worldof 'I' # under :;;..ctiou IS:: ,Chnpter 4l"p Laws' i .j
of M comfort in Uuckl u's Arnica to tlix tax Olllli'Ctdr r9; *. ,
left the several
A. ii \le-nbt-rtr! Ch.lirulllj; They Windy City rambia l"UIIII'Iuradl\. tn cnllfrtetl for .
:SalveIt) kills pun from Hums, the tax >t>Br 1\jC11.\ and the upDortionment I have accepted a position as general manager of the e\tc'n: .
when the i
registered IJ
: days -
(:1.1Lo: 11t; n, Cta"i H. Turn.r.Illina ago mercury { such .
the '\erHl fund for which
to -
Scald, Cut, Uiuises ; conquers fame business of Win. Johnston & Son and :MUSTrlo-e out my incite II
';,m and 1'/lfal"lIlIlIl. 14 decrees below the freezing I, Ulcers and KeverHorei ; cures Erup with taxes county have been school It-vn-d tax, iticludini pull tax I stock VohioUs..;: before Feliruarv 1. If you want a lluz.'v, lu-- U '.!

point. There were 11C in the i Total amount charged to theOPPOKIUNlTYOFAUFEriMi': to bur 'neat your ova [
(i itIP. P. \Viiitwt rth, t'1H1 party tiou", Bait Rheum, Boil and Felons; .., ..... I
> rll1a II ; taxes ...... (;1.7 47 S price. have a very fine assortment, and the first comers will get
and Dr. Crawford said he had intfniltd I removes Corns and Wart Best Amount collected to Jan. : i
lltnry JI\'< r, I>ntii- Friedman. 5, l'H;\ .. ......... ... ....... ... 116."kti: 40Balance i : the choice bar;ain'!
makiujT Ten*:icol thelbj'>c- ; Pile cure ou earth. Only 25e. at W'I ----- Respectfully, IUX I). BI EHS.' = == =
Live but about half of them I
.. i-. II, I hf!id ir. clairul.lll ; Cha*. point, South Palafpx street. County tax prOI..r..n ... flJ,:}-'8i laAnlnuntcoliected : !, ........e.e.eN.Nd.e+a..a+e..J eeeO+e.e.000.O$3..
oil at intermediate L. & to Jan.
hadtopped -- -- -- ... ....... -- -
\\ M. rrtt, J. I. !Ii. Oliver, 1:11.: G ,Ie 5irr13 12:11i7257M
X. pouiti. About 10 of tho -l i., I. Aniouutcoltectrd to Jan E'r. : .Iw. .
hive delayed their arrival here will 6, 1918 .. .............. .... J7KX 53.-$ 71County I
I i1! ut'Ih! i 1- i work df art in PEVSACOLA, Fla.. Jan. ]5, 1Jlt! : I j i
Hiiiul and
bon the 4 p. m. train today and the To the. Utllcers and Members of cambia . ...Bridgetiix ..... ......5182338: I, ti
1a i' 'n ;ir- :r,1r j ;l-ct-much 1 credit I Fraternal Union Amer- Amount collected 10 Jan. |: GREAT CMAWJCEI SAllEI i
No. 1M
genial immigration miu will meet II Lodge. 5.1\11':1.': ... ..... .... .. ij.1\13 MBID 5S
111, ', \1 1 '-- F11 '.1 Ii. rttd.t'!. : the I ica. I
I and e-cort them to quarters which Dear Sirs I beg to acknowledge County: fine and. .Forfeit.. ... I I
1: r, 1 i- \s' '11! a- the: committee : : : I ore rnx. I have been reserved.Eirly << of check for Amount collected to Jan. ...A T_. .
receipt this day a .
a p i i Ii'' '' tv 5, iwri .. .. 5,-".k1' 52.2v l"i;
r r ,'t t ,.t the tiufd! ears, I, today the entire party be- \ $205280 in full payment of death County Bond Tax .. .S 2'i! (>7 IhlAnxpunt : <
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: \\,1 L I I'i i I.. !101'! ill.4telv! -entnul to took themselves to the thriving new : benefit on the life of my iate husband 5.111\_collected.. .. to.. ..Jan. ... 2.j.0.; ..-S lls: 55: H 1
A. I). Pulliam, In your order. I iI 3llillitiii J & Bon
settlement known as "Oatewood," balance ... .. .. J53l2t7 t Io1jitoii
i Please accept my thanks for prompt A. M.: MC ''ILI.AS. I; 1 j
some miles west If Peiiiacola. At I payment, in less than thirty days ISFU..1 lerk irruit ('our[,

Diabetes and this point 1'rof.V.. C. Payne who : from the time proofs of death were Kr IS. H. C.
I)' I S
came with an earlier p irty, has purchaed forwarded. STATF.MKNT [

BriW's 1 IV I, 1,000 acres of laud and H ,I Very truly yours, : FOR TEN DAYS: :
t uISCJSe i,, ELLA T. Pl'UJAM Male! underSectton 35. Chapter 411% Lawsof IIi
putting !same under cultivation. He Florida ehowing tli. amount of taxes I $ a
-- charged to the tax collector IIf (vcamljiacouutv. : .< ..oC, WILL CONTINUE TO DISPOSE OF ,< ..oC, I
H i hi?tily elated with the purchase I'I'i General debility-failure of the 1iorida.tobecotleetrdfur the tax f
year 1': Inter, strength to do and the power to endure the several funds for hlrU such taxes bBb..n \ 1 I E ;):l .
:c" nui, |leI: IINI Short and it i is not doubted but that other I -is cured by the great tonicHood's I le\iea, Including poll laxilb county WINTER UNDERWEAR, CLOAKS, SUITS AND SKIRTS, ;; ;

e.1 the like purchase s wIll be made by memI M'lKIOl tttX. '

rjmcisco Cull. I: berof the p irty taken there tod jy. ,' i.isarsapanll Total Total taxes amounteoliected amount.........charged..... .... .. *T!>;l 25 i 'f..J DRESS GOODS, VELVETS, SILKS; MILLIREEY! ETC. .(;); SI

...In conversation this noruiugIr. KMCHliS: AlThMON.;: Jan 5. IMtt .?...... VJ2Mliulance :. ... .
- - -- ""'"
t - 't..J
s neoteduith the hu .' I () ;. ."
t' .. I Crawford laid ton >Fws repre-earl- -:- Regular conclave of ..............- rd7.911_: I I '
( SUB Francisco Cr.1lI ;: .,, Coeurda Leon Coinmanlery ; : 't' Prices Will Be Made That Ycu Cannot Resist ,;:i. \ ,,
tive that the tide of Northern home 'i a. Xo. 1,_ Knights I. Co'intv tax proper... .... 'W.OI:' 72 I
lo Late Km; cured ol HU Amoiintiollected tojaa.J 1:1(: I J "
at : p. in. ---'---'-----nn'--n .
c. seekers rapidly I ibwinjrtow\ the JMoliday i HI.I ... ......... 1 M ii'i 11'1-lIj.I 75County ; ; Us
o Jan.21i.( school tax.... ..."02: I :. ,
t. I South and more especially toward j. 11 1 solnurniuirKnights;\ Amount cohecUd to Jan. (r l rW i Skirts at One-Third Oil Jlpgular Price't I ;

'c ., dI3hc'I" ... .. .. .. ( i "
are ct.uriemi-Iv invited. 5. IWJ' :2.HS *)- J1).9" 07 tJ Jackets for Ladies ,
4S and Olf
I ,. IturaI': and lilt t Pensacolaaud West Honda. Daring! : Children t/t Regular Price. !l

E ""r.4Ir,,I'(inn in told'hare.I mo .I ti.ii I the few! weeks this sort travel I HARRY W.Recorder.(films, County tux .. road.... .and. ..bridge.... lll..WOl: I 1 f';.' Ito Pair Ladies'KDrnc; Heel Shoes at.. .. .. .. ....Ch: pair '; < :

.".. pat Amount collected to Jan. i ;:) . .. tii[ Ji'
Ilby..I.'na 1(0(: Pair Ladies'Ileelfd Shoes, Pat. at. Tdc
Tip :
'I pair
1 u'ltinu it Hi', too lies received J. K. KELLER, E. C. 5. Itwi.. .. .. ..... ..... 1,4J 9711 219 04 ,
>-. : I hail drtij,jH'd froiriM. an enormous impetus : -- County fine and forfeiture 1 i 'o.': 100 Pair Children' Shoe; at C'Jc. worth regular; : 7uc and f 1.00 ;':.. : t'

;: :', .'rx ',,'aR. A Ugh; and the heavy travel is rapidly in- : furniture house lax ..,-. .... .. ....1 .:*1 70 I ,
..... I went to Pryor's I It
t '', | ni|.>uiul. I Amount collected to Jan. m .4. ...-..-- ...,.--..- -..,.'=-'="' .". ....--._. .._.-..,L1 .. :
; _, hair. co tah,' it* II crea-ing. In proof of this assertion : on West Government street and 5, 1M3 .. .... ... .. ...... .. 4.11 W- S570 ..--.--- -!-- .:--- .. !-- fO.! ..,. .-- ,---- ... .". i

(, 'u. I wiN pcrlei-t'y well furnished my entire hou-e for just II I. County bond tax ?' .... ... I.D.'11 ti ... < .
.I' thin I
4 test for Mi'ar'r. I another party will be brought here i one-half of what I expected to pay. Amount collected to Jau.
a '. : '|prrtd il noiriil Thijt to and I don't r..I\IIt..._. ..... ..... ........5:4; IMJ- 2,511; 'I ,
at it me I
.. ., my n"i ntry fat February 3. was a urpn-e! --I D. HALE WILSON :
-. 'i "a. lucuruMen'lUes' know why I remained single so long. ,
: -- --
Balance $'i7M4l :87 : I ,
0 "
: ny frieDd, William Mari I I I A. M. MCMILLAN.

I ''i,'Iaar l?r of Hlumt FtwkWn) |;IV".iikiut np hiP it BOUND OVER. : CLOSING OUT. [ EAL.j By Clerk h. H.tIrcmtl'ourt.1SRTO 11. C Real Estate and Rental '

. .. I lain l'eiot! thrsauie ret Agent : ;
: "' Bull when killed a year 01 Merriwether, the Furniture man, ,
l'....',' at 114 South Tarragona street, is preparing 1a: South "aaftStrectt i '

5 ll' .' > :Jim HtiMurd Hawkins ot the of the barktntmetring Cuiitoa W. H. Sawyer, who has been act. to embark in a new businessand Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter

I, .n !. '- they had .11.,101'11' remainder of 4888, law. of Florida. TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENS COLA, nOR'D .
". .. in? as agent of the Ureat Southern i is closing out tbe 'I i
t. 0 cured 1 al-o told! a Ii igtt- Notice Is hereby )given that S: L. Davis, .I- -
I' v( I" a month It '1\11" l'hm. Insurance association the bankrupt stock of furniture and purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 5i. .
Indu-trul Home -
i .-" >''li>ct all Fyi! told at dated the 4th day of October \. 1) Jviti baa DR. F. E. BRUCE
: .J. ai T C4>e' tried household goods said certificate office and bas
of Birmingham, was be- filed my .
r : .. !* a poMtivo cure In nrht'i 4
made application for tax deed to Issue inaccordance
low price'1.Hot
< Hoover ULJ Haw Has returned and resumed
k see practice.
with law. Said certificate embraces -
I0... .1 I TOU the ian.e thing fore Justice J. Emmet Wolfe this 1
the following described property situated -
\. I morning on the charge of uttering: a j| Chocolate with la Kacaiunia: county l-"orld8.1.lIrlt: Office JS'-j \ Government Kt.,
, y s -, Ihtt One lot all ft by IV) ft Mb. cor. block 7.. ISel-
:r"" nricht'snsras
f;. uraWe.! but "T IHT cent areunder false receipt, ana bund over to the j Whipped Cream at Solomen's. mont Xo.. Sec-N., Tp.28.. alW. lhe4id I Salisbury BuiJdln;:. ,
I assessed at the date of the issu-
". land bring
i.-. '. fat, nt kidney the ulou roirpLi t'<'ro.: I criminal court in the sum of one : ._ T I 8n1of t.ucb certificate In the name be'of 'fi'pti tie j r hotognaph9' Telephono :14G.I .
: -'a'cei) I'rlce }i fur the i I L.. M Hftvia. Uniee.aid certificate! snail
it il fur the Di. redeemed according lo law, tax deed '11'111b.u r
i .ki-t:c hundred dollar The charge was' CASTonA.: I It.&ra I'
(- .1 I uuloa! r> .4Ji MuDtKom- I ; : thereon on the l>(th day of February, 2OTIg S. I'ulnfox Streot. I Why pay fancy prices fir furniture -
its Knd Y::! AsJia .nlo:1I.
;: .
I i 1116.WlIut'U\
1 r-l n M>:i' romptin l"fS. A. l>> '
nude by W. L. L-incJeidale: pre-i'l official signature and ,eall and hou:e furnhhirz: good
1. .. !r...u..r. utii-a's. LkacrFtlsrNsall }!,.,rL ,.L7:7. I this the IMadiyo my :January. \.1).1:113: I when Merriwffh 1 f jF
I dent of the company: and the amount A. M.MCMILLAV. Hot French Waffles with at -South

Clerk Circut Court Cane at Tarrazoa 1 trpi t, will sell what $
--- UEAL.I Florida Syrup you f
involved the of three dol-
mto ., was sain By B. H. 11:liTO", U.C.
I the $rst fr 5c. Solomon's. ''you want at your own prije1.
+ us for Ptnsacola. !la-.-.. I I Jtudgin 5, I C'


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os. Pretty Model.If .
you are seeking a pretty model for
1' (I an afternoon gown stop to consider

\( ..j'l'f1 .:-.l There the one pictund herewith. Of course ARE THEY

any material or color you like may be
/V bare LeeutiIP
pil. ; xhn I eurloyed as effectively as L'.oe eLoi -

tie wild i fen for our sketch bat the soft shade 0
"'. J toasts have 1 I of ecru h, re u-t-d I Is very pretty. Th- WELL

S len more I fkirt is made to tit rather closely: ands

.. i mercifulthan t! I finished with three wide tucks:: at

htrnan beings, and spared the woman I Unless they are, good health is impossible.

cast:: to them In the arena. It u astonishing I

i for little In sympathy tb- home women the mistress hare Every drop of blood in the body passes through and is filtered by healthy kidneys every three minutes. Sound

*sw the maid with the signs of suffering p kidneys strain out the impurities from the blood, diseased kidneys do not, hence you are sick. FOLEY'S KIDNEY

the recognizes so well, but she does not I II CURE makes the kidneys well so they will eliminate the poisons from the blood. It removes the cause of the

lighten the sick girl's load by a touch of ,, many diseases resulting from disordered kidneys which have allowed your whole system to become poisoned.
Let In the the
cger. store forewoman
aces the pallor and exhaustion which Rheumatism, Bad Blood, Gout, Gravel, Dropsy, Inflammation of the Bladder, Diabetes and Bright's Disease

mark womanly weakness, but allows and many others, are all due to disordered Kidneys. A simple test for Kidney disease is to set aside your urine,

colhisg for them. It is work or quit. M in a bottle or glass for twenty-four hours. If there is a sediment or a cloudy appearance, it indicates that

1 dukes Doctor weak Pierce's women Favorite strong Prescription and sick t;. kidneys are diseased, and unless something is done they become more and more affected until Bright's Disease your
or Diabetes
; women well, by curing the womanly develops.
diseases which undermine the health FOLEY'S KIDNEY CORE is the
only preparation which will positively cure all forms of
ao4 the strength "Favorite Pre- e 1q and
'-CripUt sap>T1" establishes regularity dries Bladder troubles, and cure you permanently. It is asafe remedy and certain in results. .

weakening drains, heals inflammation
ness.find ulccratiou, and cures female weak I If You are a sufferer, take FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE at once. It will make you well.

.When I Crst com-aenced using Pr Pwrce'sneflKints. I Some Pronounced incurable Had Lumbago and Kidney Trouble
." write Mrs George A Strong of
( nerxrt.< '_ frnu Smtuja: Co..N \ .I was suScring Mr. G. A. Stillson, a merchant of Tampico, III., writes: "FOLEY'S Edward Huss, a well known business man of Salisbury! ,11o., wrtts: :
wraknc:s a dthb:rreaUf tit l< sr,.ic-jcn t/ 'n,. weak and tired feeling!! is meeting with wonderful success. It has cured "I wish to say for the benefit of others, that I was a sufferer fr'1<
IS* tint I dr.ggei around m ihtt way f-.rsigri some cases here that physicians pronounced incurable. I myself am lumbago and kidney trouble, and all the remedies I took me

!I t A/fi aiklig 1I..n the 1 begin first bottle laLini f your began me tj< 1;1ne.fret able to testify to its merits. My face today is a living picture of health relief. I began to take FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE, and after gave the use ,t
t ett/. I took: four botlf of Dr Pu.rct'5 Fa" r.enp and FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE has made it such." three bottles I am cured."
1 i! -.- :!,,'t. two of "Golilrn Mni'.cJ Discover .
or.-- \t\l of the Tkasanl I'eUct.' .Uoa !
tse,a loitv.f: Ir Sages catarrh Kciuc.y. Two Sizes 50 Cents and $1.00.
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J'i 1' 'ill i n tr'a. Icjn't tbsnk.ou
.E?' Ct Y ':. _::i I" Iv..." aud tac ; o )'", ori1
: .f :eel. ,.ic 0.1- rSt" SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BYW.

J i ,1 Favorite Prescription" makes weak i AFTLBNOOX GOWX. 1' .
\j stro.isick' A. D'ALtiMHKUlE: 1.1 ". r-aiafi.x St.
women women well. Act -
: : vept no s;,',.-::tote for the medicine which I the foot. These tucks may be stitched
t 'l'CIrki'I'onJ: ri for weak women. j I with l>black or a fine line; of black chi >- -

. :t i I)r, Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the i nille may le run around the head of A CORNER BOOKCASE. I
t-,lost desirable:: Lath for delicate i the tucks instead. The seams are also CASTOR !
: t women. i I stitched and there Is:: a skirt yoke One That Altrnrflte and Out of .. .WILL MOVER'S. ..
I i the l "iial< Hat. for Iniantf and Children. I
: {1 trimmed with ecru lace, through which II I
' ----- -- If j black chenille: is run. outlining the pat If you are skillful in ii-in;?: tools: you The Kind You Have Always! BougtdOPERA
: will rind below !
a remarkably attractive
ATHLETICS IN ENGLAND. tern. The bodice fastens in the back WEST SIDE GROCERY
H I has three true tucks to match those on i pattern for a ImoUcase.! Most corner j I Baan the /71 '/
,'Nf1 Tiy Arouse Greet Knthanlnoni md bookcases are commonplace four
the skirt likewise
and is trimmed with i po.qnPof
i) 1'ruducp SlrauKe TrCllJbllf'lI. I I Lice. Below the last tuck the bodice is triangular hoards fastened Umethtr. HAS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OF
AthMics attract much I! This! one is not. tnt how much ;
inure attention prettierIt
fir.i hed with of the lace which
> a piece ,
t mf'l 1 :: in than in America. The slightly blouses over a narrow belt of is for having those side pieces and Fish Roe, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, Barrel Olives,

i people are more ettbuih.tic. and it Is I Ll:1ck1'el.. Long; ends of the velvet !I for having the shelves curved and the I Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat' and Everything -
lt nit unusual to see 1.;.( W or people hang; down, sash fashion in the back. curtain running on a bent rod. The HOUSE

1 attcndiu; the games. There are I The sleeves are finished with tucks anda I I! shelvts are supjmrted by a po.t which Kept in a First-Class Grocery,

H r)I an ambitious runner etui fill his press. i i I In:: most cf the strain from the screws THURSDAY NIGHT, JAN. 22... FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR SPECIAL On( ASIO.VS.

! tftsi'ajroom with any numb of suital I I which secure the {':lI'to the wall. A I
I I A Car L aft of tip JasUy Celelratfift! Sfaj tic Flour Jst Rmed.
>le prizes. An \ml'ri3n'h:1wpir.n I I Fancy StorLi.Stocks : larze brass clothes hook, turned upside
i ties LO iui>a of the reception thit awaits: !, of every hue and description, .. .
: lhij Tile many ij",rte cmiunitttvs utJi'uii. so dear to the tailor made girl's heart, 4- -.A. ,
j &;.
rI'i 1'11\1 and Le b; shown the hospital- I are worn with the blou e, and sometimes .1.:1' -" '! I II I
i -- 'w. ; .fi.\ :! COMING PELT. J C VAN PELT.
Its l.1 ti.e chit<. I by the wry severe a linen: collar .

, 1 f r It is no extranrdinary thins to be inJ -baud I i, cravat Hut the fancy stock Is ;., ] f; I.I DIRECT FROM I!|I VAN PELT
I ti vAn to a Oisintr in your hmior <>r f> : usually; more becoming: to the feminine ..r1 mnTI-1 : \!, BROTHERS
M 'F'\l f-w d.iy with th.' {..I'll mayor :''j.nlh'f.: and It Fires great scope for i, i i f 4," iLi1 1r 100 NIGHTS ON BROADWAY i

r of the city. AH! of thfse affairs, onemaM I,. Ingenuity, for if a woman has any talent \ [/ iJJ.L 4t \' ;I i where he set New York MuMc-Mad: GARDEN STREET GROCERS.
t: f afloat: are a great handicap to for ranking: such things, she cin
the talk of
,; : : Y i wa the town and a
; f Us iriniirr."The i hate an unlimited: quantity and rant r 1 t"Jr'F4r:; If"j\ -,, i craze all summer, and the I Have n"Civnl Mnea: the Hoiidjy* 3 Kres Lit '

t. prize are as a general: ety. often little bits of leftover trim l' i. '''' ,t seiiatf of Boston for a

ti' i-ule. \'I'Q'! >, much more wi than in'ng.elv; et scraps and odd buttons ". w.: .tto'it -"ltL: :1111! p .'; .: :'" I series of Concert at '! STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
ia Am. rica. Tu y ar" nut whiJly condu.l ,, caT lie fa>hWied into works of art. { p i Symphony Hall I I

II to >:herware. t.u< h as; cups and ', \\hch! if pur('hasd outright; would beery I Ilt and his t Fruits Nuts and all the
Dc of
iacaics the SwS
f II '1.
[ I'I F'I
tLe but I 'xtranrlllI ensive.. for seldom I
Jikn! it is notliinz; ( \ r one sees .
.- harp to scan athlete di'imrtin:, fromthe I! anything artistic; for the neck under a J.I tii: 11 S illl..l 'If, :1 Italian Band Our Gouda are Arriving: Daily .it.d you can Always II' ly nu Ot-ttm? ,

it isoes With a sewin? m.ichiiie t,r I Im two dollar! l.iII.Dutton". ; Z. "I'r'' Best Freshest and Cheapest.

tltrII'k. and ii M>me cases I have seen )tf .--. or <<' "-. THE SENSATION OF THE CENTURY ,

I i IIor'S f jr Iknls.! The lucky competitor, i and Fo''I'.n.All .. '?- t .. ..- ., j
.J- 44 i as n. rule. can issue any article he de- the '''\! ensire dressmakers not i i .. .; PRICES-SOc, 75c and $1.00. VAN PELT BROTHERS

; f vh-t,... and, ns many British athletes are 1'only produce the flowers and fruit : i. ':..'/' Seat on Sale at Coe'Bonk Store ,

'; I I lJ:1lTj.l. they generally: take the uiu...t J branches and wreaths they use= by ,. ,,' 1 1t.'i"J.:.<:' 'I Conimpncln;? Tuesday, Jan. 20. TELEPHONE NO. 231. .< .a ,4 31 EAST GARDEN S7

"' rrrrirraI.k Irtidl'-\rlhur F. Daffeyia I, hand, but they al-o make their own -' :1, '.. J ..::.t, !
()ilting. I buttons .. ", ,' s'Ili ONLY ONE SIGHT !
: or cause: them to be made fur :| ( I I
: I. t.' '"
them. Buttons 'Jf one kind ire quite I L.-.. I., ,. .,,.:, _" ...,.
Two of A Kind. easy to make, for wooden foundations ; The Star
"fly word l.itzntt"l1,'." said a wsr ,; can IH bought and then all they want !i I, THE BEST &OET Of ClIllSLR IIOOKCASE.: ] Friday, January 23. Laundry ,

'Cke'dl ri,, aci-iinlinj t<) tin I.. iud )al I' is a enveringsayof Mack velvtt fur a :|;: down and plact-il directly; under the ;,

::\v>ii...*. 1"i \"ikalll'; \\lxt sat at the I,, gown crimson frieze, with a centtr j jcu lowest sin If. makes rathir a novel fin- II Biggest Busiest Best !

t -xt tii-rlv, "ju"t I'-ok at tht' ,II >ttT of beads to imitate rubies and a :: blinl tuut-li. -- -
i lice i-imf it that builJin,: over the few studies in silk. The best liked tn color! the weal in some way after it

"::ty." I fruit trimmin used mw are grapes Las bent nicely: smoothed, but what to Presenting His CJ r..atf'lol

I -Wr:;t'", the pwttor With him?" iniiuind i and vine leavis. lo in this n.-in-ct is a mutter of indi-i.i Ci liledy !'UCL CH4 I''t SpeakI

1'iJz, tLnMish: the win J i i vidiial ta>tr.

1 doer ;.t The ii'iiiilaal, iiulieated. j type For Girl. I:"nuiui.T one thins Whenever you "Old Innocence. I:
l "ilatttr." retorted the other why t, 1 are doing! work that calls for l ,
A fi'rvicvaUe cape: is a useful ndJij any riot- I
l">e l-.tJi wntolun the 1 l.J/y Iwsjar fo j jIn j t.'on: to a joung girl's fall wardrol, don't u-i, tti much tiimn the wuxl. A ; f for c TheIIl elre !

I''!. ? list twi'iiiy-lhe minutes! and he i for it i Mrveb t seviral pun"os" '', such as thin -ojitiii\ :: will lot euuuh nn-1. once fpsciil Sctcsry Strom Cast : Q

t;: .; t.asr.'t. !uiu' a strike: of work all the ; (stormy weather. This you lll\e :\IIiI'd| it. ii-t the pith"es slut!o .

!J1I', i doii'n is c.rcuinr; in hape: with a bias until the ll\l' is Ir)'. Mo t 1")1'1. sire INCLUDING I We let the SLirt*, Coil let

9 At tlit I'I" -;:"r tr.mifnt nt which thern'ivrrxitiun siaui in ti.e back and neatly finis.hedon tar iinjutiri-t! to ;v'i ice the ;glue a fair SH'EROD. and Culls we Liut'der -;>''ak f"
; aLte occurred a Irilll chance I..w" hat it Uo. I. iOit-o' MISS DOROTHY
i1 ti
the shoulders: by shallow pam!'. can I I theiinilve>. They will talk III'J f.r
t. '\n.1.mm1Ji: sJdrt'v; his There is also a hood which is really point Jouriiul.
PRICES-SI.50. 51.00, 75 and 50c. than we can. We want tub ;jul> j
'1' ". I ; more by the work we d-> tt.AU ny
$y. Hill, he remarked! In a tone of II Ilea Obey Order.
it{ drip di-cut.i sir that Vre l :lfiu' I ( This ae( punt (d a convt ration between fO-GOLAY-QJ what we gay.

\-rar ..11::; dark in that roum day I : an otSwr and a private, comes
i thereVelp W"'. if III ain't bin! ; ;r y i from the I' : officer of the Grist and Corn Meal Mills
1 j ALL WORK C. 0. D. G cds Called [for ni DeUrcred fr lt
. a"U'JldIII' lint fur n.; :h on aif a hower. day meeting a sentinel on outlet.

i an' the Muomer's iloiie! inttliin' butPtnre j pained to ak him if he knew his or .. F. GONZALEZ A CO., Prop i, TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

'. haut o' the winder the 'olc ble.ss1J ders.

. ,. .t {\'tne. 'rh-it's the sort o* chap as we I Itcr "Ye1, sir" said the sentinelj Minot ctcreri WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.TIME .

r : pysaaes kipr: }I j Officer Supi ose you were rushed by CHOICE MK ALAND FUliEGIUUNL .
I \1 '. a hundred Lolom n. What would you STOCK KEKD.
1'n.t ln-linn Children.Tli do? Patronize Home Industry, lor there n

' >.t Indian children: from their ten I i 1 "Form a line, sir\ ," replied! the send Stock every reason Feed from yon the should Home bay Manufacturer your Meal apt TABLE.

lrsTi-t } ears are mote carefully trained nel.j lot by 10 doing yon encourage home Indus<
5n iri;!li rfsjufts by tiiiir! llIotht'rshUl j "What: One man form a line?" try. Your money It left In the commonltj LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
and in torn are indirectly benefited.
: IK-! diildien of the most civilized r !. "Yes, sir. I'd form a bee line for I In fOHerln, the home manufacturer yocoontrlbnte IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1153\ %

5_'.,.VvN The tunnu-nt the youngest baS ; catI1p-:" ew York News. to the canoe 01 labor. Yon ow
It to tile community in which you lire ant
'1 New Orleans and Mobile.
y tray< our>i\'.;: its lips' are dtr.'I.IIy I which contribute to von r lupport.
its tiKrtbir. If the Uiliy! does not ket-p I j jii Evading' a Law. I -
Rlrsu .'), .;.,\l. she uses mechanical means I When Ben Butler was a young law No.8. .so.*. SO.!. I No.No.t.I I >o I
I i 7:15 a USm! 11:06 p Leave Pensacola.Arrlve 6:00 a I .:00 p : 8:. 5
1I'i:1.y: : and even cruelly.Vlnn! tie 1 bal I yen the selectmen of Lowell, then a The Tonic 8:50 a 2:27: p I irtrt a fjavi... KlomalOa LT9L %:JIa SM p I rY9 >
i, l it is to town issued a mandate that all dogs: tlwa '::?! p 1:55 a L.- ___ Mobile ....._ brave n.IIOI1'tIlti, : a a., f
strapped '
''f 1 >j put to s> ; I % par Excellence.A .. ..__ 'u:ap 7:*} a I Leave _.M.w nrleana.. Leave :'JlL t. T:2Sa:
a Irani: it< head lihtly: raiMtl and its I should wear muzzles. The next mornIng r _

ht"jt.: The result is that when by his big i : Newfoundland dog, with ai

1b? t,'rai an furmin; and nuking; their i wry small muzzle tied to the end ofI SO. 2. No. .. 0.1 No t
I its tail Ben remarked "My dog ia tll6pm 12I\pm! I LIPen.aeolaArrlve 40pm tl>' 1 m
i-ontin- ,
,I. first :'I.piv.rani-e th--y 1U1''t II I I 6iS am S\1pm! Arrl1'IItOD'ItOm"r1I| ne tl:15am i.f.pDt
gi_>rv t.1 idle uiiotUt Thus they take i wearing! a muzzle." 11:5: am 9:'1 p m Arrive Birmiat-ara Leave tlals: a m tl.1 p m
7:')\ p m 8:10. m Arrive_.Nat-vine _LeaveArrive _
nlii'Ir; ri lathe im>Uions ami that hea'.tllful __ .
% $) s.Ha Loun-ille 1:15
; am m Lf re II m !.(t e o
and |-ieain,; regularity: that gives 7:20 am 11M a m Arnye..CincinnatlLeare' 6eopm 11pm
-. ti'Lf AnuTiiiin Indian as a race the THE AONES CAI'E. I STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO, ) S5 \ The best Wine Csr-lat.) s 1I)e m 1:*) pm. ArriT._ .8t. Loot _L..T<> .:15 pm" '<4p m.
COUNTY. remedy for
s)4 wanly and beautiful mouths In practical, as it can bo drawn up to FRANK J. CHESEY makes oath, \ Malarial and Typhoid PEN ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. .
corer the Lead. Scarlet cloth or dark Fevers -
1 I that he i is Lie senior partner of tli Jl-Dallj No. 1-1>..11, : No stop wbere time not shown .
1I I, 'IUII"c'd Tbrm.'tllJe blue serge;; lined with scarlet silk: would eI Colds, Influenza, Ac. ; No. J-D 1111 .o. :I-i.4)
I i develop ell serviceablecape. i firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing '" ;;- "
a pretty as w as
A,." you taken my picture to 11:11 p 7:00 a m 'LIavel'el1l&eola.Arrlve 10:50 p m 4:515 m>
t I Reversible cloth showing a dull business in the City of Toledo 12:15: night 1IS" Bobemla_ to:8'1" '.ol!! '
: tJt czb"uitfon? 12:20 7)15" Ynlwira. e..
Ii, :' rurrcr-Yi, sir. It wvmi'd to please I tone on or.c side and a plaid on the county and state aforesaid and that ItD" T:19 _._Etcambla.r 10:32"10M" 0'1-
other may also be used. ; aid firm will the sum of ONE 121: It 1:1": : ____ Mulct __.. 10:1" 5X
I iE ete: gpntlt-nieu very much. pay CHOICEST 12:. Ttl ___ Harp _.r II 10:21" 54.
Artist-What did! they say. ? : HUNDRED DOLLARS for each 12:50" 7:86" _O'ltCH7 rr 10:16" 6:17.
11. II Tsa __ Milton "
1 Ffcrter-Oh. they dldn't say nythl tlj. Favorite Color In FarU. : and every case of Catarrh that can -oy- :.MK a'm _. _Good Range._ 10:10"_ .4"5 6.J' .
Q.ep only laughed. The favorite color In Paris: millinery : not be cured by the use of HALL'S 1:66 8:111". __ HoiuUllllgaa_ __ ':16" 1.1Ie
1 is the new cerise In a rather paler shade CATARRH CURE. 2s 0 810' .. 1.1": 4n
J! fItUI1S f AND CONFECTI4KER f 1 2SS" 8:311" ___ .Creftvtew., ':11" t4
Look Out for t'eytr. than of yore. This: is: mixed with reddish ; FRANK CHENEY. ':00" 8M": _Leer Land 8:66" 'JI4.
i, Biliousness and liver disordes tar : pintsvhich formrertlbe ;i Sworn to before me and subscribed ';:21" ':10" __ Mossy Head. It ';10) II
in this 6th day of December -ATC ':01" ';86" -DeFan1ak8prl1IL" 8)8" 1.18..
hl this season may be prevented by I study In color. But such a shade is ; my presence 4:18 It 8U" w__ Ar7lJ--- __ 1':.. JJ1
not universally becoming and for more :, A. D. 1SS6. .:to' ibT' _Peace d* Leon._ ?:9: Jl '
rtraosing the system with DeWitt's I APOSTLE'S 600" 10:10' __WettvlIU__ T:17 It 1- "
Little Early Ri?ers. These famous ?('lIcroIlr there are delightful preen { EEALJ 1 A. W. GLEABON, 6:08" 1t:16' __ CarrrUU. ,. fI2" l:4" .
and blue mixtures, with dashes of yellow ilII" 10:80 1 It _____BoDlfaTCottoalale._ w SM" I I n
: Public. 1 U East Gorermeit St.
I Notary
n ttttte pill do not gripe. They moiI ':00" 101'' II _L'blpley..r 8:87 It 1.4
the bowels gently bat copiously, all rid in beaver, made up Into larA Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally 11:1) tlQf" -- .... ':IS" U.* aocililtS

; by reason" of the tonic properties, I toques or small hats, the only decoration and acts directly on the Formerly Cordova Restaurant State :C 7:00"TdO If 1125"11:14 It "If __Marlanna.Orand ...... "" 6:1P SOO! : t.:!. fA

giU tone and strength to the glands.Bargi : [ elng a glace rosette or some ellk! blood and mucous surfaces of th Ore carload of Pineapples at 11.71 7tO.. 11:51" Cypress---Kidge..... 5:S 3 : u.a '
I *' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, tassel ystem.. Bend for testimonials free. to $2.00 dozen. fM.' U06 noon __ Hoeadi_ ,:n h !-" .
per 8U Uli 6JO" lii -::&
Toledo 0 Arrle.Blv.e'anetloaLeare
& Co.
''j tiidney Kahn. Try the NEWS Want Column. I ,

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UEACON'S TEMPTATION. Slime The Beauty mere brown Found slime IB Slime.inside' a Two Secrets of SuccessThe The Beer i"i: lr-i; ::" 'R-ffI

Uncle Sam it's Re Came Sear Gettla late Trouble watering trough or outside of damp I "' '

says a Few Sights Ago."Brodren tImbers consists of uncountable mil-! success of The Mutual That Mader i jFtDAIIIR m

," said Deacon Snowball at Ions of exquisitely designed gemllkd Life Insurance Company of

all right the experience meeting "I cum plants which under<< the title "Plants of

moughty near backsliding las' Saturday Crystal" are described and pictured by New York is due : QS J.a

Professor Albert Mann in
night De temptah cum ter me Harper's
cum, In ti*person of ten of hi*government official, Is&always entm of every
tee During the entire process of distillation, whisker an' put er wheat sack in ma ban an' Magazine There are more than 2,000 First To its selection of '.
bowels. in our warehouses during the seven U remadni there from the 1 'f.
bcin yean
led species of these microscopic plants, the 1 1 '
ma sinful feet to'd Mistah John-
tet. U risks -18VICTORIA- 4t .
we buy constantly on the watch We dare : ,1
'II own
cot 0;:e'a gallon our own whiskey from our warehouse unless fiat niirai W.1ll right sing: tuhkey coop." diatoms, and the variety of the beautyof '
.. so that whiskey roes direct to you with IllltBorl&1na1 ,rich. It writes insurance in F {
; he dues say strength "Amen!" moaned some one In a backseat their forms is inconceivable. Professor no unhealthful t'
e vor. ,
regions vicious sub-standard lives. "
**J.of I'l"RITYantI AGE and s Ting the dealers' enormous pro t8. This why Mann expresses surprise that or on or .

'TEE WIIISKE'l1s have for medicinal minion satisfied It is designers do not seek for new ideas MADE BY ACME BREWING >Sl:
I'u. 1'hat's whY we over,quarter of a customers Tbai'a "I done tried my bes tor resist, Second-To the investmentof CO. .Ii : "

v f\-ot; : should try it. Your money back If you're not satisfied went on the deacon "but all de time among these ornate creatures.The its funds : I BESr 10-OENT BOTTLE BEER ;rfJ; .' .tIN

mail conscience said 'Stop' de temptah I \
Direct from our distillery to YOU said 'Go on.' and BO I kep' agittin'closab : Largest Library. Send for "A Banker's Will," which -

an' a-glttln closah all de time." The largest library in the world is thelbjothequ tells how the greatest accumulation of BROS. : : '

"""" ) Nationale, in Paris founded trust funds in the world is in\'ested. I. 1 t t. t
Skulls Dulirs Profits Prnmti Afel.irt.loB I" Glory! came from the back seats.
by Louis XIV It contains 2,000,000
"Kut praise de Lawd, Just when I'ze Good health and good investments

gwine tcr climb de fence and niaik: fob volumes, 300,000 pamphlets, 173,000; I f Harper TOtey. : .tt, :
manuscripts 300,000 and charts will a long ;
maps go way lea
de coop mah old houn' dog trees a i
HAYNER WHISKEY and 130,000; coins and medals. The collection -, "t
\ r- I"
'possum in Mistah Johnsing's wood lot, of engravings exceeds 1,300,000 toward making anyone rich !." "hI
au' de backslide leabe
<< me dat minnit""Amen
contained in some 10.000 volumes. The This Company rams I Main House 101 S. Palafox street. ,1.. : ri i
roared a brother In the rear."An' .
portraits number about 100,000. The First-In Assets. R.R. Union ; .: '' !
[ Derot. .t
PURE SEVEN.YEAR-OLD RYE 'fore I git up dat tree," continued British and the libra First-la Amount Paid Folicy-holdcn. i, _t III ,'
museum Imperial: :
the deacon "de moon cum out first-la Aje. P. 0. Box 291. Pensacola, Fla. :: ?: I'I: '
(rum behind de clouds! an' dar stood ry at St. Petersburg: each contain about. : .'' I
FULL $0:22 EXPRESS 1,500,000 volumes. TIlE Phones 116268M1DW1KKUY., } ikt.: :.
Mistah Johnsing behind dat coop wif MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE ., Y ,(

4 er shotgun in his han.." COMPANY OF NEW YORK ,
QUARTS O PREPAID "' A Freak of Nature.William R.. ,
"Urn m-m! Land.: from the elders'COI'lI'r RICHARD A. McCvkDr, Frewlent. 1d '
Heitz of Egg Harbor City ,;

N. J., is the possessor of a curious i The takes this method I, '
rr,,"!and von FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES Of HAYNER'S SEVEN. I .\n' I call to Mistah! Johnsing an' Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty 'I. Ilndersigned t
YEAK.Lb! KK for 13.20.:! and we will pay the express charges Try it and at him, 'Please, salt won't he comeau' freak of nature. It is a piece of flint of offering her services as a "- + !
it you OII el f..d it all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from corn which nature has molded into aright Streets, NEW YORK, N. Y. flrst-clasa licensed midwife, having ,
ILI jdi f,<*at any price send i It back at our expense, and your 1120 will be shoot ) experience.
J t T<'ubynrxtroail.: Just think that offer over. How could it be an' I want ter say dat dere was amos : hand. All the fingers are won CKCIIjVILLiCOX, Manager. I ; years '
bent of references from :
i-t': 11' 'u are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent. Uetterlet derfully well shaped and are in such a Can give j
!11,,;:3 a trial order. It you don't want four quarts yourself get a powerful big load ob shot in dat position that a baseball would fit Jacksonville, Fla. leading physicians of this city. i', ;' '
[ just .
fw I wwa you. We ship in a ll sealed case, no marks to show what's MRS. M. QIDDKNS ; "'
gun. into their clutches. This ear of corn II. II. 1HOUNTON: Agent, I
Wrs fir Adz,Cat,Col.. Idaho. Mont.Jfer.N Mer., Ore..Utatl.Wash. "Co on. bruddah:" the the stalk which Pensacola. Fla. Jltf 114 (south DeVilliers St. :\ ,''. ,
was only one on ,
,, \\ nt I"* on the ba ii of 4 Quarto for ...00 by ExprcaajTfaid ".\u' dat's why I say dat w'cn de 1" '
,r So quit for 10.00 by Freight Prepaid. was in a large field. .
temptah) cum tl'rI an' show us whar t

Write our nearest omce and do it NOW. dere'h er turkey coop weougliter;: rej'ice '.T. :T- iTlT ..iT. :T''<:-"' .. -::"''-0-:.T r.i ._- .;j- '" ,': t
'. rW14W. W.1.WaVi. .I: ,, l '
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY dot Providence done gilt or houu" laws Foils a Deadly Attack. r.i -- -- - -; ,l :1j:: '.

an' er apperlite to de po'r "My wife was so ill that good
I.\T CA. DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS, MO ST. PAUL MINN. Roberts & Dailey 4 '- t, I,
brack: UlJU-I'stou Clol! physicians were unable to help her, 'f:}: ::1.
Drsrui.eav. TBOT. 0. EsT BLISBm ISM writes M. M. Austin of \Vinchestfr i-, f I'itt .

Trick of the Trade Ind.. "but wa-t completplv"cnrpd by : L IN t

i "The{ goods! we are putting on the Dr. King's ?yew Life Pills." They j! : :
work wonders in stomach and liver STAPLE :
market now. wud: the manager, "are ;1
I A Safety Lamp troubles. Cure constipation, sick CHOICEST AND FANCY GROCERIES.

FLA\5 AND PLAYERS. While! tie \!>;o IIC> olwtriiiijand gas not as pure as those: we have been sdl- headiche.: 263 at W. A. D'Alem-

I for lighting! is alI ing.; berte's drug store, 121 8. Paldfox' :1) '
imriviM'si Ixtominj :
Fish Roe Etc.
New Florida i
L ,\e two revivals of "They're not?" exclaimed the rnanufacturtr. : ; Syrup, :k I
: :of.t ini\\Tb! l in our cities the country

'ttr.t i hLiiio lu:!>t tin ilcjn'ml upon the coiu- (:J FRESH (SUPPLY OFRALSTON'S (;
I' > will l,e starred nest ,, won \kiTiiM-M' lamp: to dispel] the dark- ":\0. Competition has been so fierce vli; : l : i

s' n A. Shea. 1! nuLt. It is but natural that a that we hate had to cut the price, and street.HARD OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS j .

\ ,' s lias 8UI''el'lktllarle simple: awl safe ll;:ht should be desired we can't afford to put out the pure article : : ; ;
at the present! iuotations. .
f : j In Uur Alloy. I toinrry ainuinlbin! going from room ..0)

I, t has been secured fork to riMnii, and it U a lamp doMfnu'd to For a moment the manufacturer was I iJ') FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ; i
A. L !?.'r'b ":!IIr, IJlutfbcard." I ni'-ct tiltsiriHiuiriiiiciits: that has been thoughtful E ''f'ff '
""Well" he sail at last, "have T cware : & DAILY :
',', I" tie is already! making doai "i.t-d Ly Muuni :M.! Johnson, an ; ROBERTS 1.
of Imitations' printed on the labels in
: t produce "Hamlet" nextL 11'1':1 of his Invention being hlumn in Svi f IMj
1 o i the accnmpanyiag drawing. This lamp larger and blacker type than ever be- BRICK 218.220 Wright St., East of Union Depot.

-' V.I<"ann has sold a four I not only! nukes pro\lsion for the discharge foie."-Chicago I'ost. t Phone !:"". 1'eusacola, Flu.
_. _._ -1
: I ,, l urtune's Wheel," toG of cxploiive gases: without pcrLAVP i..c iyy... yy+\ yy."*.I''y_fS Z4I'V4I'TwT. ..if .i4. ...4 I_ ..: .
... ,
They Were Stranccra. 600 W.rWd.di0'nW-QW,WW'1--''''' ,
; _' s. I.." I
A certain German professor of musicto
I 1 li! is playing Madge<< !
be met with in English drawing

I : I'al1i production rooms is an entertaining old gentleman a.. '- A LEG, A WING, '
.. __ :
I -
am\\ ON HANDa.alIALF.
To him recemly} a lady said when one
I' 1 ,'iiH.iis fur Kirke of his compositions had just been rendeml AND A CUTTING OFF

1 :" .j, of "Clicckt-rs" by one of the guests! : t I THE BREAST OF A NICE ...
"11 t
"How did you like the rendering<< of
I 11.-i;; I s ,'untm.u t 1 1f
your song, proCI'sorIIS : ? TURKEY FROM '
,. ,. V \ir- -
\ dot
my t-ongi" replied the pro-

h! i i :t- the f('*:*.or. "I did not know him."London

-- Spate Moment1! -TO- R. '\VATEHS\ & CO'J :.\1"

i i LOWS FAIR. "rrn JACKET. I ritineie Jimtice.
The China 'limes relates: an extraordinary
i '.. 3 them to come in contact with :, For Your CHRISTMAS DINNER. Call, drop us a line or telephone us ,
,1. i II in. re j ilo IKr1- ease of Chinese "justice. and wants will be attended to. } I
t: Mme, but Is also provided with a'j your promptly
J'I "iit. fur 1 f<.r uL,ii 'I i A Mr. Jen was lutrotlud to Miss .' .-
t :: 'r jacket\, which
' !ii i a, tail > prevents the hl'uttof Han and paid his money to the \\'0mtn's R. W. WATERS & CO.
the llanie from I IU.o
acting on the oil In ,
: l p-irents. Then he culled on the Our Prices Before
: !
,; a ri.! 'tt.a IIpnl.1>|
..; ; ?' i.i,,ii > !In:iiiiti| :,.rii'tii n.uiii icsmoT.: thus reducing to a mini- j' patents to lace the contract fultillu 518 South Palarutrc't: (Xrw Shcpparcl Huillill.) ', ,
vaporization of the Uuid. As i and told that the 1.
was promised one
i I. was the bride of another.Having .
: ':' \, Ld.tstiue and <'e- attachments and presents simply the Purchasing.rapacity and All Vegetables 'IVk'plioiie) XII. -'HJ.
paid his be considerei
\ I : 0 i thud' l.i IlecullsiruelIOU i: oil reservoir<< tie! water pocket the wick i i money
he was entitled to the girl and went
oJ! i M.n, at IheI'lIrlJ'1I fled tilling tubes, the latter serving asa |
to her husband's house"- to carry her
handle for transporting the lamp off but she was not at home. He then
I "f the United stales ab nt. Inside the wick is seen; a small, i laid his raise before the magistrate.The 50,000 Daily.McMillan ,

.. -' ulture i.. prgcuiul( I ttll" biding donward from the cavitysurruuncig girl was arrested and sentence! S
; I ''ii Stati in.nUnt tl.e and
a wick. It by this : '
to be "kua-cd the magistrate arguing, 500.502 S. PALAFOX STREET.
't'>,"' iinl at tin NL Lorn tul.e that! the gases rising: from the eur- i
"If jon are so wil'k.lllt twenty yearsof
faeo cf the oil are I'arrithrou;;!! the |

0. !1' i I' l IriKikl\n: has re- bottom of the lamp to the open air. The I be a age menace at the to age the Celestial of eighty will" Brick Co., Staple and Family Groceries '

:" "i.t :i<. ( fiiiiimsMdiii same' principle can be applied to any The process of kua-ing is wry similarto ,

!!:: i ii ,\ Hi. I: pitt'.rn of lamp from a fancy piano the ling-chih! or slicing to death Pine Barren, Fla.

-' i I" ''.'itlu'i.! which! is to light to a small affair for hatching eggs: punishment Select Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins.
r' 1 In uu iuculutor.
: '.mi.Uuf the teurld'g

'J I't. cotta;, birthplace I'lowrri.Flowers The Worst Form l 1 IIiy Poultry Eggs; and Country Produce.' Of

in the home always seem j :Multitudes are singing the praises;

I \\.1) mere than a mere bit vt of Kodol the Telephone No. 358. .
"1'\'''''' J'II. brightnebs. j I new discovery which Theie tiny Capsules are superiorJta "

.. 1 : '' lie !:J'I'It'<:t Into: Thiy iadicutj! a dilluitlon! which Las i is llulting' gO many sick people well Balsam of Copailja: : i -- -- "
In it the l lore of the beautiful
L'nwn" JIN ho i il! upon and weik people strong by digesting ]CbeM And Injections 8i
'I I I ill's' Illlf. which; the great uiuther Nature has a : \
Mh-ciss. what they eat, by clt'ansinalld Tiy oun in 48 hours the
,. hold: one which, iu mutter\ how harsh Liquors
other at his sweetening the stomach and ,
j by ea7o. L9'"ars "tUI Ji 'n tn." ) .
\ .1., alltllJnl'tq" --sobsi'5!' i sis manifestations, j their food into th"ekind
t\ ith In :1I'1'l1I I transforming .t .,n.. Iu It If" .1 W fWI Cr,15TcWEEILLY
has stursomminis r::r ni it. Ev- -
I With whisk Al- cf pure rich, red blood that
cry Miojlil have at least !' I I -FOREverybody-
'1:1: :I itivntly tug: .J lam III lIl11tlllltl'l' !! twn llo\\ciiii;; jilasiis ni its inOo\\F., 0 Cranfill.of Troy, I. T., writes: For'

'fill'ar,' an insp.r.uioii.) ; No one eunIt"k' a iiuuibfrrot year I was troubled I!i : t4CHEUULa
iif tile future
at them and not feel better for i, with indigestion; and dysp'pia'I ,
," dJr. l: ldy', t.'u tilt ir cheerful piest'iictA home without I, which grew into the wor t form.j FOK STEAM DIVISION
"" ration "f 1'ro- Finally I was induced to uj" K"do!
pl.-nt- is i like a home without chil- j 1 I'.NsACOIiAFtiLECTItiCTFlt3iL'ih' -
'ii in atro.Kit' and after wing four bottles I am enj -AT THE- -
cln'ii-'.something of the best of life ia
d. I
: that WOHldiimuir j tirrly cur heartily recommend
and :i nun :.:. ;.:.-American Agriculturist '. Kodol to all sutlers, from indigestion I Trains leave HeaBSOOl for the L;111Hayou.Klg

i1;.' "lilrm df iitrial I and dyspep>ij. Take a dose after i 1ayouWarrtngtoaNavy \'a/1 Reliable Kentucky Barrel House

.' -,1'1 l' of his rxjM'ri- Cranlirrrj \\'hlp.h' meal It digests what yon eit. ,, and Fort Barranca at fI

\\" a quait t.f berries until soft; riargis" Pharmacy John Shepard, 1\:30 a. in..arrive at Fort Harrnnoki ':its tlO.ou
1 i that professor Sidney Kahn. a.m.arrive at port Karrancas 10l. a.D
.;.1 re.lutiouizl'la. tress through a sieve; return pulp tosteupan I I 1:Utl p.m.arrive at Kort hsrranoai l a 5pn
) and add .same measure of I 1:30 p. m. arrive at tort Barrancas <:lSpn S. A. Friedman I t'
O.,3..BTOrt.x.A. i j :16p.. m.arrive Kort Karruncaa TUipB 'j
sup; : ; stew unl.l: Lkc' marmalat!". ISeat: m arrive at Fort Barrancui
Acart the la!, Yea Haiti alAats JcsjM l I 8uup SMf.nTrains ,
I I four egg white' until stiff then dr('u ,, leave Fort Barranc for feuM
I \ 'nr: f.'r'urr, : the hot pulp in b.ouiii'uls. ( and beat : SJgnatue If.....,p.. I 001. at SOL}: PROPRIETOR.I :.i j'
: r/ arrive at Pen acola 8:00.. '
1:15a.m. L
1 : : i j 11:00 p m. arrive at PtI1AiCOI111tb p.o
\an.lla extract\ : turn Into a mold nllll'a.e tOO p. m. arrive at fen>aoola___ 2: 1 If- t"rturr> rrightiti'ud" the and mo-t excellent of
am now receiving Largest assortment
\ : I 5:00 p m arrive at Fensacola_ 6:45 p a
iu for
* urea thirty minutes t'u- SEND YOUR
Tao p, tn.arrive at feuaacoia- I:Sp.. :
: uf
i any one. uiolJ and J.M.nisli with whil'lol.'d cream i '8:<6p.m.arrive st FeQiaoola .8ut.II Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Gins ;
ih \ I Aitt': \\'ith Hazel 'yatnrda1SOnly '
\ end piuuijicJ feuh ua rli"ius.-'t"hat to : OF EVERY DESCRIPTION i .
4 H.tney. l1e wva, O. Cat.: Pearl & D live for I FARE: gun WEEK: : Dare
I to carpenter ()r | Al-o the Finest and Largest Line of Case liottled Goods
Hs 55 !if- Witch Hzl lf electrical work. Repair work a ,, Pentaoola to Fort Karrsnoas and remora MI ,- 9
,, Navy Yard and return.. /bPenueolatoPam8ttoBeachandrelarai Attention Given to Mail
,. )pi il I.>. nftpr I had The Itefnl Lemon. I !apeciilty.! : Pen!acola to i Special Orders.

a.i Y' tr-.' Cnro cuf, Lemons are MTV useful"- in health or 9U5DAT 10HL. DDa. I guarantee bone measure, best qnality and lowest prices. Be sure to '

t- t siclutss.: Hot lemonade I is one of the send your Christmas orders ti
-11:1 di i eae+. lleit When weather permit tbe running i t
p. ... be,.t remides!: fir an iucipifiit (',,1.1. It i qAUNCH open ooac bee.
t!" rtfH' Phar- 1* al):,o licillent: in case of biliousness. f LeavPenwoola., Lv Fork Barraatft S. A. FRIEDMAN i
;I'.ird.i Sidney:" Kahn. a. m. 10 a. m. ,
For ual.iria tie "Koman cure" is prepared fI .. II .
I ...roit... llam. m.
P. O. Box
331 South Palafox Street, 418 PEXtiACOLA'I.OP.IDA..
by cuiti'is the rind and pulp of iIfiiiuii CG 1 p. m. t p,m,

E. into a pilot <>f \\';:lter then boJin,* I I p.. m I p.m.ip. -
W. PEAK m p.mi4p
N until there is only half a pint One i : brM CHARTER m pm, 'f '

0 I':1 I a f ox !rept. keeps teasp.Kiiiful is taken before each meat I I p p.. m m.. ,I 11,11I.p.m. J. E. DUBUISSON S BROTIIER

'\ sad This has cuiod ub tinate when I ,
all kind of cases PARS FOB C.DAT
f. .- quinine fa.led.Klnhorale: The Elegantly Equipped eniaoola to art Barraneai fan
, \ 1 art and return _______ lit f
.I Xaptha Launch CUPID
phOhe:3)3.t'Z : ): Ptatwola .9 Palmetto Beaak aaruiTirn '
fled S f'... with Parlor Car .______ I. Dealer iti
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Lace: bed' sets seem to prow more I No freight eivMI after 1:18 D. m.

h TOIZIII- : : clalorate all tb? tilli While Arabian I for a trip on the bay or fora &i Choice Staple and Family Groceries, &
f -I Y:6 ,
A : Halt htaS &r:
'I.: rr- Lee i ili still much used, oriental lace is cruise.
Our Goods lire R"ceived Fre b Daily. They are ton to
.. many enumerate
\ 'r. A uieJaliion with
- djft. /4! : : Luc Couuce to fall over the edge a"i.le Accommodations for 40passeng PENNYROYAL PILLS and are Warranted to t>9 the But the :Market AT rd4 and cm be /.I.ITHI.DAILY

Relid on. WP can Duplicate any Order Given u<* During tbe
of the Ltd!, 1 Is the usual: effttt and<< the ers- -_ 5AFF. A....rtN.M. t.V11..Irufrlti4 ly <; Holiday and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City. I

. 'T '';,'i4 PARKER'S bolster roll surer to ii'atch. Handsome Rates very reasonable. 4) .;.. '. fir CIlICJli..TtI;',. .M;Ll U I t {

sets hate the ; .:Iow 'dI.....,ULI.. ) &Ji..Id..t.1s, Nose .n.r COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION. i I-!
r ijl, JnJ HAIR BALSAM wn curtains; to Landing-Pine street V-. ..nbt fair.other. Rrff ...
... the hair. match. I i v &" "..err.H. '....' and l.ii... } :
. ..; "S1'.aa'V'Si. rush! j / tl.... Hu/pf yw Urw irt .r.'Ol-k... P.O. Box: 326. +,
l js.; "e Fai'a to KcMoro Gray CAPT. STEARNS 'l ,. S., I'.t". Te.t's..l.l.nrn.L.L J. E. Dubuisson & Bro. "a" ..".. .. i
L.- '.:! '..... to 11. loutLlul. Color. BANNER SALVE I t r- I.Vil. I.. I.. 1m" ,
: V "* P.u "*...a ht r tijiaf. i I.... > r ii. .i.... !s'u a, PHONE 66. ... '
I. 5> .nd" '"at I, ... Master. > ln. ''", eh l.hMerhe.l..ll'.. ,
the most healing salwa. tfv world i"'<-............ !IooUa.e be..n/IiI.A.. t'I. FAD111y'Grooor i,;

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In the MU South shore reside the best Bit M VPC<*DZO Bnoanno,2 11BolognaNew Fat Furnishers for Cash Only.
lurk to Gulf Transit CoSAILED. S
I' _
houae-keriiert on earth tho sale of "GOOD -- -- A-

LICK" vxceedg that of all other Baking PowIfia NOTABLE IMPROVEMENT TO BE REBEKAH LODGE I I. O. O. F. ASKS Ital hk Vermont HUaetto.. Marseilles I $2.50 AN EASY

It thip Vanioo.l3i3, Inn". ttrnoa
ccniblueO. This would not be unless II Ger si Fndii Horn 1531. ttubsch, London

made Letter bread than other brands


Blchmoftd. Vir1leIa.
--- ------ The mail this morning brought a Rebekah Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., Span Alicia. 1517, Luzarraga Gulf Transit JHE last two figures; is what you will DlWVi'

........NtNi.tliNtlltltlN letter from the Mergenthaler Linotype will have a social meeting Friday Co \J on a LADIES' SHOE. They are Lace with
tier Bylgla:!!1, Behrens, to W L WittichA
i. : Company saying that a new evening at 8 o'clock" for the_);urpo3e toSor I Patent Leather Tip,Cuban, Military and French tla
Hydra, tfll, I+Dudsen,to Gait Transit -
I Heels, Broad: Toes; with Extension Bole, or the N U.
setting machine, constructed of securing some much needed provisions Co
SOCIAL ECHOES type span Leonora 1W, Bustlnia. to Golf row, Dressy Toe without any Extension; also a But.
i i especially for THE DAILY NEWS, for the I. O. 0. F. sanitariumin Transit Co '
I'I'tlr Shoe with
ton Cuban Heel
Manchester Corporation,SS: Heath, I and Leather Tip. If it s

.......................... will be shipped to this city in a few Florida. This institution, it may: to Kr Unit Manchester transit Co Inventor, :2775, Parry, toG ', a Walking Shoe or a Dressy Shoe, there are Stylesfor

I Wednesday, January 28, Mr. days, probably being ready for ship- be stated, is a home for indigent in- ulfl ranstt. Co lain, Burgess toSuthtrland1In 1 i iKrSalopla. I both purposes. II{a

Joseph Vincent Rlera will lead to ment on or about January 30. dividuala as well,as the more unfortunate ness Co ,
Br fhornly. KT7, Major, toW Wlttlch
Hymen's altar Miss Mabel Inez An experienced machinist from : ones, and it i< far from being A: Co '!'I'' THEIR OUR
Swaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Br Windsor,laic: Gulf Transit Co i, $2 50 $1 80
the actory will come here to proper. self-supporting. The privilege ofanswering snips. VALUE PRICE
R. H. Swaine of West Garden street. a a I
Invitations to the approaching nup- ly install the improved facility for an appeal from such a order Nor Charles Dickens IJnj, Borrensen, toj'I'I ,

tials have been sent to friend and making the best afternoon newspapers : source suggests the sure reward as It Elise. !*>9. Oneto. loonier I I -
order'U '
Br Kings County. SIKH Saiter. to
. those fortunate recipients; are look. in the city, and also to instruct ; contained in the scriptures that- Trojan ItiJl, Hvrtalotte to order {, ,

1 ing anxiously forward to the pleas local printers in its proper operation. : "For I was a>i hungered and ye HARKSItalAldo.t.FFtrertotoSSLCo '! MEYER SHOE 00.

urable occa ion. for A calun.II:5: t' toS 8 LCo 'II
I The increased patronage and liber gave :Me meat: I was thirsty and ye Slag Boccicln* Uevello."en. r Kainere to U I

, .I Mr. and Mrs. John McHenry, of of citizens and business men to gave Me drink: I was estranger and BaasAColt.. .,
I!I ality +(j jI l Cnstoforo Columbo, sL, Luigl, to. Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. alU :
lock Me in
f et Illinois are visiting their daughter, lye ; Beers A 1'unw.xljH

, Mrs. C. Moreno Jone;. I Ii I THE NEWS has made it compulsory I "Naked, and ye clothed Me: I was Nor Cesarew'Havre.".Colobtatoorder order s(H: ru I AI..AIX I-1 I'J.'HII'r.: I

i I that a machine of the nature alluded I sick ind ye visited Me: I was: in \or Kira. Wi, Sellse toH P Shot It-r Co'! ,
1>,to rreilfii&brg.. 2>!4. Kesbr to order
fi The many friends of Mr. and Mu.S i be obtained, and 'the bastinterests prison and came unto Me." ,
ta: hiving ye >ur Hfiirlk: Ibsen Hist !'\Hlvers-n. to ord..r'
S Richard H. Swaiue are deeply II III It Manin, Mos-o, NUI. to Ko Howe .t CoItal Y'JYvY'lv ; ll\
I J grieved to learn of their gn.atIII I of the paper and patrons at Bedding, towels, sheets, handker Bros Maria Delia TOJUuardia, to Kosasco I' 'N .

trouble, the death of their little I heart, the management made the investment chiefs and all conveniences for an Nor :'fonter.\131. JueU to order I ,.
III I Nor Morpesia, 1;II.;; Waxbolt. to Fensa- '
J t;i daughter Marguerite.Mis : i feeling amply justified in I invalid's home; dimes, dollars, good cola Lumber ,
Ital Miro. 641. Parma. to order
H.[ the! expenditure. When it is considered -' books, magazines-all will be appreciated lIal Marlnln, j ,uiono, to hears Uunwodv DR. J. H. MOCK
:r Mollie Kahn, who has been
I i ii visiting friends in Montgomery, has that a Mergenthaler machine and promptly forwarded to It Northern Empire.95i.KazPto: ,to order, ,
It Nostra Madre,V15, Conaigliere to or
! n returned home.Invitations can be purchased for not less than the institution. derAu
t I'oschleh.soi! Mandik. to order
1 J -- 13,500, the fact is at once apparentthat A pleasing program is promised. It Pensacola, l's.',Bimonttte, to farodi &
l a have been issued to a DENTIST.

t reception to be given by Mrs. Chas. the paper has enjoyed the Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's CoItal rir Kolio.Padre.1'j'lJeuklus.5rI9. to master II Baars&Co ..

'Ji H. Dishman on Wednesday evening, best of patronage; and the present Awamp Root, the great kidney,liver >orB'Jold, U a7, Krogh toBBL: : CoItal .
j h1j and bladder remedy, are beiug distributed Pileazo. Tut. simoneul, to orderNorSlgnd.ItrJ1PettersontoNulli
i January 28th,from 5 to 7. occasion is hereby grasped to extend an 4 Co
here from house,free. Have Nor Hervla, 1214 Sevensen. to order 28% S, Palafox Street, Old Armory Building,
i Mrs. William A. Blount gives a thanks to the hundred whose liberal. you received one? Am Harsh It Fell, 1112.Loveland, to J A
Merritt A Co
4 reception Thursday, January 29th, ity in the past has been such as to Nor Teutouia.SWi.GreRessen. to order CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
Trento, M, Uotusso, to order
r: from 5 t* 6:30, to meet Mrs. John eaable THE NEWS to equip herself VAUDEVILLE ItiVeiuvl: *, S\: !. Cacace: to Kosasco Bros
Storm McGaughy and Mrs. John tier Wlnd'brant. 13W. liaase. to master PEN'SACOLA, FLA.U. .
with one of the latest improved and Has Ystavat,Aaltonen, to 8 P Bhotter
> Edward Maxwell. Co
costliest machines manufactured.For PERFORMANCE
I One of the loveliest among the Am Brothers 125: Kelly to master
Am Hjalmar.55, Axelsen to master G. DeSilra & ft
1.. many receptions held recently was : Over Sixty Years Am Llnerle ":). Wilson to masterBr .
MRS. WINSt ow's SOOTHING SYRUP hoe Lillian Blonvelt 1\1.'i. Goud \'ln, to J
that given yesterday afternoon and BY THE PENSACOLA CLASSICAL A Merritt & Co \
11 used for by millions \\\\
evening by Mr. and Mrs J. S. been mothers for their over children sixty years while teething i'I I \ Manufacturers i
Ree;: I The Colt and IM Hlcler. I i \
ri e.The with perfect success. It soothes the child. SCHOOL FRIDAY JAN. 23. \
Once upon a lime a JUan tried to ride \ Sash Doors Blinds
, pretty home was elaborately ;I softens the gumsallays all paincures wind I II I ,
on the back\ of a colt, which ob-
decorated for the occasion, quanti :oils and Is the be&t remedy for Diarrhoea.It I young j
the little offerer Im Joctfdtry much to his Joins ;,0.111"f Shingles
will relieve
poor rYi
11/1 ties of palms and plants being : By Caesar's Troop of Performing ,
I mediately. Hold by Druggists la every part there was iuite a simple U-tuwn the 3
gracefully arranged about the lull: af the world. Twentv-Qve cents a bottle ,i Fairies, introducing Calpurnia in ,I two with plunging I 1\ the colt and -

/9 and room I, Be sure and ask for take MM no rs.other Winslow'g kind. Soothing several new and up-to-date cyclops. I elm ing l>y the man. Builders' Materials,

l In the parlor the dainty effect of i Grand solo by Prof. Bethoven Finally the colt threw the man over -
beautiful I his head depositing him on the ground : -= Brick and Lime.
pink was emphasized- by
.... Chopin Heinberg, upoa an instrument =
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l -Y"'y- vi Hut the tlotcrliiincJ
without injury. man -
bunches of pink carnations while ; I of ten strings.
; rv------- iut to be defeated pursued the Tolophono N'o. 11.
dainty ferns and smilax were I The Orpheus of the New World,
' 1 colt and capturing him. proceeded to -
:i- mingled here and there, flashing followed J. and
: NEWS NOTES'I by Pierpont Morgan again mount with some difficulty. .
tf"'; the oft. effect carried out in the i Chauncey M. Depew in a short variety -I. There was another struggle, which ,

..i preparations. .. sketch, illustrated by epigramsof ended as before with the man prostrate BRAWNER'SCLEAEANCE I
fl" Mrs. J. S. Reese, handsomely "' '_ Pith and Moment. on the ground-but this time he I

l1f j gowned in grey etamine, was assisted I H. A. Miller and wife, Mrs. L. A. The Sciolist of the Telephone:, f'dHI'cn're injuries. I

. r in receiving by: I Henneway and Mrs. J. A. Miller of j something new, grand, elevating. Moral.- Some IRTS-OHS dolt know

r '. Mrs. W. B. Wright, lovely in a Spirit Lake, Ia., are at the Escam- Gaston and Alphonse, with their when they are well off.-New York I

'. soft dcve-colored gown with heavy I bia. own t'ceneryju5t from a one night's Herald. t SALE
cream medalions and blue silk rib stay at the Brewton Co-educational Larger Qnantitlei.
West Florida at Hotel E
people: =- !
bons. Sanitarium Miss Cabbies And she accused me of

Mrs. W. S. Keyser, in a beautiful !icambit today are: J. J. McCa-k'll, Mr. Mansfield Desidecrackerri, in retailing gossip about the neighborj j'
gown of pink organdy and 1 ice over [ Freeport; 8. J. Pendleton, Milton; his Wonderful One-Horse Chez. hood. j ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK...
L. E. Bowers, DeFuniak.: Miss Sharpe-The idea
pink tuifta.: I I I I The Village School, as conducted '
I Miss Jabbie: I'osithely insulting,
Mrs. I. H. Aikei was very hand- Harry Reeny, agent for the coming J by :Mis Penelope Pri-cila Primrose. Jun't she? I i 78 Boys' Double-Brpasted 2 piece I 64 inch Heavy Ladle' (lot)I n> a.

t-,tne in heavy white wool with silk '! production of "Peck's Hid Boy," I Concluding with the grand mystic MIss Sharpe-Vcs, for you're really a suite. all wool, worth $3, special sale j jIlbmpmbfr Colors, regular $I yard. thi* -:11 -

hay+emi.utary. ''is in the city making arrangements I creations of Don Senior Xenacaecharlealwhihfclmikovinhimer wholesaler.-I'hiladelphla: I'ress. I 'I.9:) suit.I I yard.

i Mrs. Jo. O'Leary and Mis Katie for the production of that farce.C. assisted -- ,-- we curry a full line of
Five Pieces Bhck hark Hkuit-
I' : Boy!!' Pants, from 3 to 1$ age, at
raitli gracefully conducted the B. Givens, wife and child and by the Mogul, the Chinese Wonder prices to suit everybody.Look inch Dress Good latent: out, n ':aurf

guests into the dining-rootn, where: who "eats 'en: alive." MONEY TO LOAN at our Show Wii.dow for 1 yard, this sale Mte yard.

elegant: refreshments were served I- Grand! Stupendous! Snblime!! prices on Ladies' Underwear.We 38 pieces Fancy DreeUnod-. w. :
: a swell line of Ladies':
by M!$=<>,* Wright, Daisy Wright. carry
f'1 rivals at the Eicaoibia yesterday.The Refreshments free. On the most reasonable terms and Flannel and Silk Waists at prizes so i-1c
ff Elise Chipley Sullivan, Charlie I --- ---- without publicity. everybody can wear one.

; Jones; Joie: Holmes. big steamship Manchester In- i, TO CL'ltti A COLD IX OXB I)\y J. W. BULLARD, 70 doz ;'o1p.Il'; Heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wool Black lit irietta. -

I I which arrived Take Laxative aroma TabletsTblsslgnatureL'ftf Moreno Undershirts silk warp reguLtrlyard. I' H
The room was beautifully decorated ventor, yesterday j Quinine 2s'. South Palafox, Up-Stairs. special 20c;
: sale :
: g. on every drawers to match. bocyard.
f red beiiiy; the prevailing color. JTfie J was warped into the berth on the! box, 2oc. O /fjfffSPECIAL J. A. WILSON, )Tanager.clti 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30 piece 30-inch Ail-wool Tr. 'L

t fe was draped in snowy damask I i west side of Tarragona: wharf and | worth she, special 33cj i all colors, regular Sic yard, tinM

with a lace center-pitce over i.I I began to load her big micel1.tneous'cargo NOTICE. ':\V NO'J.'ICE" i drawers to match. 2jt vnrd.
red sjtin. The candelabra shades this morning. At present there 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Under tr Just Received a Full Ln
i.I t I were red, while an: immense bunch I]Ii are three large ocean going steamers H. Alfmin, Umbrella Maker, 315 -NEITHER- the-captain ownors I shirt, worth $1,special 75c; drawersto "Iahtingsregular; :!5c yard,ttH- .le

I I'I I South Palafox, wishes to inform the nor consignees o( the It ssVincenso '' match 15c yard.
of very dark red carnations were a I laying end to ead at this wharf, andIt (! public that he has no one employed Bonnans will be I' 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 Lidies' Ready-to-Weir Pur vDay -
delight to every eye.: Beautiful''' 13 well worth a visit to the wharfto responsible for debts contraded Hair Undershirts, worth $1 jjc). special Skirts, worth $1.60, epecul.leWc >
be the of said ve.el.
i to solicit trade and will only responsible by crew
" smilax was trailed over the table see. A BOLOGSO, fl; drawers to match, in White, each.
II --- I for goods intrusted to him Gulf Transit('o Captain I I Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear rainy-
and twined 'round the graceful personally. 3jlm Consignee. :2VJU I,, We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk Day Skirts, guaranteed all WI'< l,
Actors and Singers use Piso'sCure ---
streamers of white illusion which I Natty I I tbcaptain.ownert Shirts and Drawers, worth $3; spec worth $1, special sale $2.43 each
1 reached from the table to the chan to strengthen the voice and Hot French Waffles with aSJotTUEK uncps of tbe Br sa ial to close $1.20 each. I 60 Ladies' Ulack and Cc .wl

delier. Cut-i:!las dishes; sparkledhere I prevent hoarsene I, Florida Cane Syrup at for Inventor debts contract will be 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed I.i Worsted Skirts, worth |1 50, gpeuai
and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale! 9c each.
I ed by the crew of said T 't8>1t.
and there filled with almonds demon's PERRY, I!, 25c; drawers to match. I'I 37 Ladies' Black Tailored Iud Fiz-

and sweets. I THE MARKETS. Gult Tran!lt Co., captain 'I 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and ,, ured Skirts, worth |2 GO to lei,"i'-&:,.01
Mrs. Lucius H. Brown presidedwith I WANTED TO SELL OR EXCHANGE Consignee. 21JU : Red All Wool Undershirts at oOc; sale $1.98 to $I 9S each.
drawers to match. Jackets
Rflady-to-Wear our
Knee at the punch bowl, from I EITHER tbe capta-n.owners I I
Wanted sell for nor consignees of the Nor bark :I We carry a full line of Ladies', $1.43 to $3 each. You will &n
to or exchange
i which delicious fruit punch was COTTON REPORT. I hor e and buggy, a second hand / Teutonic for debts will contracted be responsible by- i I I Men' and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
Served that we can save you 25c on. buying.
said ei.OREUER4RN
pool table in good condition. Address the crew of vee
Miss Leila: Reese was charming at I I Box 44. 20j3t Captain.M. I Remf'mbfr-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at II I i'
the tea table where she served that Reported for THE NEWS by D. F. I H. SULLIVAN,Consignee. of Men's Clothing Bougnt at 50c on i to So; worth nearly double. .
I Lowe & Co. -::I'JU- - - I dollar. We will close them out at I .Boys' Double-Breasted 2 ; :*

most delightful beverage. : Spots. Hot Rolls, at 51. m.. tOo the captain, own just }i price oH other merchants. I, suit.worth fl. O, special Use suit
: '. Over two hundred guests enjoyed aSEITHEK consignees of the I
Good Middling..S 3-4 a doz., at Solomon's.Foiey's bylgla will be
a : the hospitality of this delightful oc- I' for debts contracted

I Don't Blankets and Look
casion. Strict Middling..S 5-8 by tbe crew of said vessel. Buy Comforts Until you

Middling ....... ..... ...... ....S 1.2 I Kidney Cure BEURENS, at Ours. Remember the Place
i --- j! Vt". L. Wlttlch A To. Caotaln.. ,
Yesterday being the forty-fifth 'Strict Low Middling.... ......8 5-16 i rr..Stts kidneys ands.ddei tight Consignee. IWtt i

wedding anniversary of Mr. and Low Middling............ ..... 8 ICS S. Palafox St. F. E. BRAWNER.
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Mra. I. M. Aiken, Mr*. I. H. Aiken '# Tone Steady. '

ntertiined the family only, at din. I I'CTUUKS. I FRANK BRUNO, G. MORASSO,

tier in honor of this happy event. I :March .. .. .... ...... .... ...... ...8.79 i President. Seo'y and Treat I

I many couple During called friends the afternoon to of wish this them and charming evening joy and I!I May NAVAL..... ..BXOUKB.-..-. ...-...MAUIiET.. '.........8.53i I:I BRUNO & CO. mt[ Wij M m [ 8110P31I r rI

. many happy returns of the day. Keported Dally for The New bj 0<.< WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING DEALERS W .* J I. 803-805 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
Every guest was served with cake Union Naval Stores Co. I

and wine from the table which was B08IK.yvr Spaghetti, Vermicelli, Taliarini, I Yalm, Cocks ul Emitting>! in this Line Kepi ColSt taktlJ cn Es rt ,

;; used at the weddding of Mr. and ___, .1& :Jrt H_ __1203So
Zito Mezzano
I Mrs. Aiken forty-five years ago, and WG_____ S MIl ____ Spaghettini, 'PrOJllllt"-ork-Hea"Olla1Jle !
J Is
,.t from which at that time the cake T170s5 Pericatello, Ditali, Cannaroni, J< Js jlj PHONE J23-292. j* jt Jt jC e f ,

: and wine wa served. K______ :I III} D_._.._ 155: Stillina and Lascagni. --
Beautiful dowers were sent witn
L-___ J I 40 C 4 below__ I tIS
best wishes by many of their MANUFACTURED FRESH DAILY OF PUREST
8PIKTTI TrF TTtlf 1-59.)
friends. CREENHUT 00. $
Hot Rolls at 5 p* m., lOc
Mrs. R. H. Logan, of Salem, Va., ,
and Mrs. Joseph Logan, of Atlanta, doz., at Solomon's. FAMILY AND SHIP ORDERS SOLICITED. '

tbe mother and sister of Mrs. Mallory .WHOLESALE GROCERS

Kennedy, will be the guests OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S BRUNO '& 00. ... j
until after the carnival of Dr. Ken ,
>i and Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Fine oysters today. Try them. FLA.
lieunedy.-Times-Democrat.[ ] SIC APOSTLE. Telephone No. 207. MOKASSO, Agent, 701 South Palafox. Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St, ,


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