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 23, 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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University of Florida
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? II' l.:ay'I'akr. ia the People get: to like a soul but a satisfactory lioqiieuop That Quelled a Riot In a
If" ..... I.oi:... MlUlury llocpital. Intrrrxlliiu TrirkaVlth nmbr-
hat makes an impression at t
lire! uh> wakes np first sisht.;: -John Oliver Hobbes in "The In the! I 'lIIorll's of a Hospital: MaL Fur Little .llatliematlrlam.Tell I '', 1

a:: ., i .ia l.y train- Soul Iluuttrs." :oIi' a writer hi the Atlantic Monthly, some friend to pot a number r e+ M ,

?:: f, .i -I pilk- work.i Human confidences must be mutual. RECORD SMASHED trio was head of a Confederate hospital town! on a piece of pa pi'r. Let It be any. {'

....' u.aUni of It is only to (loll that man can continue ; during the war. relates this exciting number above hundreds.: For instance ii 'v, y

::'I I i..i1. Lot lit her telling, telling, telling and never getting incident: I l '\.:'.M. Tell hu! that he may place another a,' : k.v '

a::. v.i.rk. which he has Itul'.l In rl'turn.-Hfnry Seton "Our steward a meek little man, number under this containing tha i ii

; Mcrrimaii in "The Vultures. I same number of tiguns.; Then you ,
: f r hTA Soiue one came to me one day pale with fright;
It is a fundamental law of a happy Steamship Manchester )place under that another mimUT. Then
He has
a .1 I iblukin CorporationCleared au.l said that the comalcscints had '
and! useful life that we must keep s.t.for he the and the last.
? She! test d.J sioiuiod! the bakery, taken out the half jnu

;0 nary: lines if her bitterness perverts the jUlI II'ut cooked bread and scattered it alunit Allow him then tll )place u paper or '.
and corrodes the l.Il'art.-l'haI'IC's Fred I
!h' spiritual: depn- tie y.ird.; beaten the baker and! threatened \ Foniething: over all the li.-uris but the ,
eric UohS; in "The Loom of Lift"
a '. them; their; fa- With Miscellaneous Cargo for Havre to hair.; the I hurriedto top row FO tJltou cannot see them. ;' a" '

a -. The Meals of 1'ortunatfly, emotions primitively barbarous the siene to throw myself iuto the : You can then 111'aa line low thepaper k;i i

a : r supremaey'h1 the are not indicated! by external l-reach before the surgeon should arrive i i
Valued at Nearly Three-Quarters of a and almost Instantly tell lura the
: in the! would! be
labels or walks street
i I Is not sane and with the guard and arrest the offender t,1:
I sum of the several IIIaul.'rs. never falling
ion of the (:lIl1i1 '. fraught with strange tis'o\'ril's.-\n. *. I found the new bakery leveled .
I Million Dollars Has Thirty Thousand lie that have, committed t 1
may say you
of 1'
in "The Intrusions
thony Hope :;
!i.d: ) that: should I be, to the ground and 'Ji!I M) excited
1 gy hen claiiinrinK fur the bread which I the figures to isvmory while !. s !f
1! pity' of life and is '
Bales of Cotton.The '
: ;, tn get
i..ituri'S most con.Me. It eats into the moral nature. thei.i from meanness or stole fur it. \\hcn he will,(!' convinced that he la! ,

.I,! 1'or the salva- corrupting its victim destroying nl his own iicnelt.: wrong. i: .
1 i dye the standard of sense of proportion and blinding him big steamship Manchester 'And what do you say of the ma, It I is chine in this way: He )puts down :

,. of the larpr dof to everything sate his own passionate tron?' I aKed: rushing' among them. say ttti,::fl for his first number and 334L' ,- b + .
Corporation took out partial clearance ACTORS IN! A
I 1. i: for his "'-('IIIll!. Then you put down i..

,,,,..sthe: largest
irguy! depc'iidou' her. probably go to sea this afternoon the theft? lit you accuse uie, who chance and puts down, say S3,:2, and ) '' 1

; .in power that goes Into :etc :\u\al Weapon BAD PLIGHT Lave nursed you through months of joti then follow with IG'.auT.: The fl:-"- Y i '
r! of Her
drawing over 26 feet water.
> |j. it OM the school question Admiral MakarnSf: of the Russian navy Illness, making: you chicken !soup! whenwe ores will stand thus: u' i'

s;" '.t on learning to say has Invented an Instrument which, cargo values at the very highest -- had not seen a chicken for a year, 9S,301: 'ill. '

into the It Is said will play a great part in any old breastbone to do! 3,42s .;
, : 't were put figure ever sent out by a single vessel forcing an duty j i '
g is the! !idIuf economics I future submarine warfare. The Instru FOUR ENDED UP IN THE CITY for montlks for those unreasonable fellows C1.J71 b3C'3 ., r .
and causes; the figures for the 1"L4
..'. ,American history, to be : meat is known as a radioson, andl'c\ : who wanted to see the chicken; 1 .3v1 \

:. ir Difdish: ; lr half of eral successful tests have already beet present month to RO over the million COURT THIS MORNINC. me, who gave you a greater: variety in
:L' M"! it on horse .shows golf, made with it at CronstadL' By connect dollar mark. The largest and most peas than was ever known before and Now place the paper{ over all the figures '
tf' 'J
S. '. il other amusements ins It with the military telephone the -- who lately stewed your rats when the but the first number and! quickly

.. : \. ',. n one docs! not gorge approach of torpedoes to Croustadt was valuable item on the ship's manifest Fred Webster Frank C. Webster, cook refused to touch th'm1111 this put down the sum of the l'OlulUtJsS..- I i "

". ,. ',.--iit: on coming face to clearly\ heard by an officer in the war is cotton her first clearance papers Is your gratitude! You tear down mybakehouse J!('.>-w Inch IIJHHI verifying will be li .;

:" ; :".lu ers In tenements, department{ at $t. l'l' {'rshur;:. showing that the vessel carries the James Dines and Charles Johnsonwere lent my baker amid wantto found to I,,.' correct. fan ,a i

-' M'hools IT college wtinss The main function of the Instrument penitent defendants: before the hang;: my steward! I Now I will explain: how this Is done. .1 .1
the )lora largest single cargo in numbers and After the hate been set down! '
: would happen. consists In pointing out exact mayor this morning and their "To my surprise the angry; men figures j G, ,
.ifnl woman who Is Lion and registering the speed! uf torjiedoes value of any that bas ever cleared: lm-lll'tlalld cheered. few days later awl covered you June the key to the ,
.< to forgery cr a dl- and experts claim that neither from here and possibly from a gulf stories were successions of reverses there came to me n 'l'l I III Ulittl'e' of problem' in the first number, which la .I (

n \\ I.<. finds life a the weajxin nor anything else can i>.-event which are said to be not unusual in two shi-ci>ih Ixikiug fellows to ask !left uncovered. 111:1 n)' number of figures '

':-. irrit-itins ka- it (rum doing this work properly port. In round numbers she loaded the life of the vocation my acceptance of n rin::. lich of the -say live, as In the example jiiventKMM : '' .

!little lady who It will reveal they say tho presence of; 24,000! bales of cotton, or twice as they formerly poor mill had subx-rilicd Mimethiu I : : ) would lie the largest number "...1. ,

..'. ;and helpless the enemy just as well during the most followed. from his pittance, and their old ineniy that could be written. Very well. Your
much has been sent out
as ever by a ,
? \ i-i ;.. t a opinion stormy night as during a (:1111ll1lJ', and The flrst-named said he came here the steward, had been sent to town friend: sit down as his second number j,
it will also, if de>ireil, destroy the torpedoes ingle ship. About one-half of thisis added II
h T m..r un.'h heri to make the purchase. Accompanying 3.1;, I 12$, to which you 64Jl.ow

i ':' .1! >! 'Ii!IMS his either automatically or at the I' j from the local compress practically -, seven or eight years ago with ashow the ring was a bit of dirty taper on I. bee: I

? ;.-it IL.! J".v <,f will of an official who may be severauiiles which: played at the Pensacola;; opera which was w rittl'. Tor our chief; matron 35.0 : 1 k
all the bales
i : square being the .
.. d I ,11 1\l'"' I 'ha.lly- away. house under the title of "Keep It in honor of her brave conduct on 'I I,

\\.L,,..; :; I product of that plant. I the day of the bread riot.' 99,599 ;
.1 ,,'tT\ ::,., I Nr\v Staniiiril Envelopes.1C Dark." Another of the defendantssaid
Loading of this immense vessel is Sun have put down n sum which
i'lin few months th'1 postofflcc i
1,1\ s ef liU'Uis! he had been advance man for
i .il .-I:n ,'i tt'.iUrt : \ ilijaitiufiit will have rt'tl.Cur. deliver regarded: as a distinct record and THE COOKBOOK.To added to his second number, will equal ,
several aggregations and had visited all and no more than can possibly be ::
L 'I ,,. .r lee or the StockS ; )' a new Issue of stamped enn loJlt't none are more proud of it than the
J;'" ,, ;,_ ...,: .| rldII.r: differing In form from the this city several times. The others prevent eggs from cracking when put in the the figures. His third row ; 1.
pnM'iit envelopes. Four styles are to men who contributed to establish had been "villiins": in travelling they are boiling! place a pin In the was S3.01C: to which you added I6.Z

,. !be made, to sell for 1, 2, 4 and 'J cents. the mark and the foremen who saw saucepan.If Again: -,
T' f Is i I'rrtl i pr. tty" niMriiaiice tn hoM :I At present the stamp on the stamped it well done. The accomplishmentwas companies. you get too much salt in the gravy, 9\Y.I9 3,62! i

.' envelope is elliptical! shape. It is'wh.t The mayor decided to defer a a pinch of brown sugar will remedy the
!J : 16.307
?!l/ 'ifiu.Tiiili' ; aiid forms a the facilities
only possible by perfect sailings without hurting: tile gravy in _
of the
to one new stampsrectangular
." in the until "
: I iii: \K'I-I\F addition to a judgment case tomor
another will be round furnished by the L. & N. the least. You have twice added to the
r .nil i.ii.ic./ its size varies ac- ;: see, you .
,', still another will be elliptical and the here, none such being available on row. When onions are of too strong flavorto original figures: M\Afy( \ which is equal ,

J'. i" |I""' .is nf crtrdlwinrd fir other will probably be sugar The Another white vagrant was given be pleasant fur sauce, boil a turnip to adding IS to each of the figures In

!J. ..; ,,alsixtosl'rtllnrh- full details have not yet !been settled, the gulf coast. CO days today.FORGED with them but remove it before using: the first number, which\ would equal (:

\"' v -. I s,tae silk or, oriental nor have the designs i been submitted. Capt. Heath: was highly elated the onions. '_"'I'. .J'I: the correct answer.

,.w. prri"ree: and on to one It is deit'rmined, however, to have each when he found the ship would not Never fry mere than six oysters atOll The simplest way to arrive at the result i

(if the new envilojies distinct In up- OUT ('(! unless you have very large; kettle however, Is to subtract two from

=-j pearanee (rom the others so that there have to be moved from her original of fat. If more are cooked they will the first number set down and when t

-- .;-- .//J will be no confusion among the different berth to take all the cargo aligned soak grease: and take a long; time to done prefix a 2 to the remainder. Thus:
r. /' I II OCCUPANTS brown.
:-c-o-;. ;... --7' I.. sales and shapes-11'ashingtou: to it, sinking her down :26! feet and 98,301 2
1.J.--J' IVFt. Don't forget that mincemeat Is a
f.\ .- having fully five feet to spare, great deal better to be made a Week or

...----'t "t'', \olciinix-H and In ul'nzn. The as entered at the custom ten days before it Is to be UM-d.; TheIIl'i"'I' 2,9S.29!
-< cargo Six white "hoboes" took formal
\ In of colds No matter what figures are
tlieMdajs that
: ... : J i) many are !; and cider, ere. have 1 thus time to your you I
I ....L----,J '. ;:..\ haul to cure it is unpleasant to be reminded house;; this morning consisted of possession of a section hou*e near luTcolate the apple and meat.Peanut will always get the correct result, provided
: I II
.: : that illtllll'IIZilrod volcanicdWtirbanres / round bales of cotton, 4 C'Ji! of course, you have made 110
!N :; 18,670:: : Goulding last: night, and services of I salad Is an ixccllent nel'om-I

T t..t...',... \Lave S.IMUO association, tales of cotton, 14.-HO sacks paniment for rust duck. .akl cupfulof I error In your 'ration.i
r1ar ': \ though the relation 111:13he only one square deputy sheriffs were necessary to 1 ''I
)1 : i (':iiiiit meats in olive: oil drain: awl
of t'Hind.'h.t'! of cottonseed meal and 40,000 buhels;;
'Hie the
"LL' tendency the undesirable
-- :. dispossess Steer I. Than Doll.
qf'.f-.: \ mix lightly with two cnpfuls of finely 'en a

./ -- ....:. :...,..:.:.,,",:".. I withoieamilc! {, of wheat, the valuation of which is They were all brought and jailed: cut celery and a dozen pitted lUres: "Hu h-a-by. lIah '."' sang Winnie toh'T ( '

,Jr".: An additional Serve with mayonnaise dressing on lettuce doll as she sat by the door of her
: \ at $Gf 7.915.
i- :. I eighteenth! century. In the rUlIl'th01 given here by Deputies Keeling and Mar leaves. cottage home one bright autumn day.

'. II.... ?' .-, ume cf the New WonderfulMaga of cotton is being loaded today. tin and registered at the county jailas r- She had come back from school, and

--- ._ .; zinc 1 Is a statement that the !Immense ------ --- John Verne, Frank Eagan, Harry Plea For the Wooden Shoe. she meant to have a good game with

,.1..M-ll I volcanic eruption in the nortlitrn islandof "We have wisely taken to wearing: Rosa Annie, as she had named her dolL

lloLIiF.Il. Iceland 1TST and the earthquakesIn CHURCH NOTICES. Btokes, Kid Fletcher, Louis Parker sandals! ," says a Philadelphia! physi nut very SOOT mother stood In the doorway -

: .I pn-tty floral deign; Calabria were accompanied by the and Perry Bergin. Two others were clan. "I hope that before long we will:i with little Hen."Winnie .

nr i-mbroidir it. Now Influenza "a disorder hitherto unaccounted learn the advantage of the wmMien ," she said "baby is waking

'- ,''! liarI'llI'ilk or satin for" Mates the paper, which THE NEWS would request that the brought from Cottage Hill later by shoe or sabot Do you know that agreat and I must get father's dinner. Put +i

frmit tightly!; enough;: spread throughout; Europe.I Deputy Brewton and committed on many disi-nses are due to leather dolly down, my dear and take Ben and J

"' i.ipli:: ; to bei .lipl"11 ,I clergy or those having in charge: the charges of vagrancy. One of them Shoes, due to the wearing all day long baby Into the: lane. The fresh air will

i ,' .ur the cardboard Kl'ro.f'nr. publication of church service noticesfor of tight leather that is often, in bad do them good.
bii'ns I ; the two inside Kerosene with flannel clothIs said today he was charged "with
applied a ..
weather water soakl'nll do
Sunday will send them to this you Do you think; Winnie i>outcd or
f ntraMing f-ilk. The most efficacious In removing discolorations being dangerous suspicious and know that by the wearing of wooden Winnie
9 o'clock frowned or grumbled? Oh. no! .
''- of! with narrow cold In metal or porcelain tubs by Saturday morning
I hungry." shoes, which keep the feet dry and liked to help mother! as much as she
: .;.nT at the top and These are occasioned by the mineral in order to insure their Inser- which do not draw,' all those diseases [ could nnd very soon she was out with
: "' NtUs with ribbon properties contained in the water,
t: tion in the proper position in the might be avoided? I have scn.ralpairs the little ones in the lane where the
', I'l.uldiT principle. but more often by the lack of daily of sabots and so Lave wife ,
A HEAVY my blackberries' grew ;)
care. In l'itllt'r't'nt a brisk application paper. and! children They cost about CO I "Oh, baby," she cried\ as she hugged '

v I.D,:; I'.."....r. of kerosene will effectually: remove --- --- cents a pair and kip the feet dry, her little sister May, "you are nicer :ten l ti

:IMT tUt powder is all traces of them. A GOOD UECOMMEXDATION."I Without cramping them or making II than dear Iloi-a Annie, for she i'
":li.plfxhni.' I : You will have noticed that the sale of SAFE them unhealthily tender. I believe that only smiles! but you can clap your, ': .. q

!. old! j ladies with skins A Bed Linen Flnlnh. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver the wisest thing Americans could do hands and laugh and jump and holdout

\I hu will tell you that I Here is a Rood! finish for sue sheet Tablets is almost invariably to those would be to take up the sandal and your arms to me. Why, look fa )

.'1'1\ d.r all their lives. !! slid! pillowcases. There la the wide the sabot discarding altogether the ther's coming to dinner. Hun and meet :
An iron safe /
who have used them, Mr.J. weighingCOOOpounds,
.!. the simplest prep- !: stitched hem and Inside this a rather once says shoe of leather." !Jim, Benny, and he'll give you a ride

i ,. uiairntsl.i and zinc, deep band of small square* formed by H. Weber, a prominent druggistof was brought from Florala last night; home on his shoulder" I. .

j r.s rout. If the skin I cross lines of drawn work and in each Cascade, Iowa. What better rec- and this morning was installed into Didn't Know boot Cashboys. .

.' qu.irtir of n lemon square a round dot of embroidery. The ommendation could any medicine Uncle Podunk (shopping in town to ,

',. milk will be found tlrawnwork Is simple, but little more have than for people to call for it its new home at the union depot, it snll'swomanIIOV much fir' them An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off.

fl!.c face should be '' than henk>titching. when in need of such a remedy? Try having been recently purchased by socks? some( time ago my daughter;

:"is I! and evening. If I them when you feel dull after eating the railroad company. A powerful Saleswoman -Twenty-five cents a caught a severe cold. She complained '
What for extracts is important when have a bad taste in
MumM: never be wash- you pay you
I of her chest
in and bad '
.1' should only be used but what you get for yonr your mouth, feel bilious, have noap- derrick, operated by a locomotive pair.Uncle Podnnk (putting his hand In pains a ,
or when troubled with constipation bad cough./ I gave her Chamberlain's t
B"od plan! after wash- I money is ten times more important.lliirxti's petite delighted was used to hoist the heavy mass of his pocket)-All right Gimme a pair.
and you are certain to be Cough Remedy according to
::1 fctuiji: to u-e the curd i Vanilla costs more because Saleswoman -Yes, sir. Cash, here
with the prompt relief which iron to the second floor. directions and in two days title waswell
"v, letting; it dry on thee worth more. they afford. For sale by all drug C-a-a-a-s-L!
gists and medicince dealers. TO CURE A COLD IJJ ONE DAY Uncle Podunfc Thunder and mud! and able to go to school. I i
have used this in
durn remedy my family
woman! Ye needn't holler it so
low. otmldrd Kffert.ffoct MONEY Take Laxative BromoQuinine Tableti. All for the past seven years and have
\ Marston have drnzglsts refund the money if It fall to loud! I know it's cash here an' ain'tI known "
.;i' is tie desired Quina a never it to fail, says James
ap- cure. E. W. lion tack feelln' fer it as fast as I kin-New
W. R. Meriwether Prendergast merchant. Annato
r. im thesa days. The at 112 Bouth fine line of Rattan Parlor box. 25c. York Times. Jamaica West India laland Bay The, .
the Tarragona street, has money to loan
furniture and dra- Suits, and odd pe ces; they Real Bill*. pains in the chest indicated an approaching
in A Guaranteed Care for Piles
to do with the any sum you may require at
nppar- better and cheaper than First Little Girl-Ob, I've got Just the attack of pneumonia,
.1 room. Low bookcases rates of interest on personal security are Itching, Blind Bleeding or Protruding which in this instance was undoubtedly -
I loveliest doll you ever saw, an' I'm so
will refund
Piles. Your drugiin
*. pictures' J7tf your warded off Chamber-
placed on a ever. happy with It I don't know what to do. money If 1'AZO OINTMENT fall to cure by
eye and 50 lain's Cough Remedy. It counter-
ar- I you cents.
.. a' regard; to horizontal'' 1 PORTLAND CEMENT at CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S Second Little Girl-Is it big? acts any tendency of a cold toward '
:r I" pndieulnr lines-thcse ?2 60 per barrel.: A. V. CLUBBS, First Little Girl-Big? It's so big It If you should visit the Union depot pneumonia. Bold by all druggists ',
L "' low Corner Hru and Garden Streets. No. 30 South Palafox street for your rnoa' breaks my beck to carry It or b) in that vicinity, don't fail and medicine dealers. ,
a studded! effect!
electrical work. He I is prepared to to drop in at Goldring's No.3saloon. I!.
Hot French Waffles with PORTLAND :1
I at :
You will receive a hearty welcome We will launder your spreads for
Florida Cane Syrup at do you a first-class job at moderate t2. O per barrel. A V. CLUBBS and find the choicest brands of lijuors 15 cents each and make them look iI f,

$, tlie 3fsor Vic. Solomon's. prices. Phone 203. \ Corner Bra and Garden Streets. kept in the city. like tJir. Star Laundry




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':'bf' n-",r Food iTnhlf. I --

THE CUSTODIAN GEORGE ELIOT.A Just now the\ raw food diet threatens

Itorr of the Aathor ..< the Maa- to become a fad. Certainly many po i ;
utt's Pill
crlpt .f "Daniel Deromda. p> are experiment:!!? with Ihs: new

[Original.] k George Eliot was conspicuous as a dietetic Id.-.!. It would Ixr far latter I Ii i

While on a visit to the south I on* ;jcrsou who was kindly and sympathetic for the average man or woman to II I t

day passed a plantation that had fallen Etinulate the TORPID LIVE in a high degree. She was "ever adopt an absolutely raw diet and rat

Into decay. The rocf to the manor strengthen tbe digestive orscn> ready to be amused and interested In everything which hi could possibly eat
regulate tbe bowels, and arc ur.-
all that concerned her friends." She or relit.h in a perfectly! raw state thanto
lions had t'lH'Illu. the window panes equaled as as1NTIBILIOUS
bad also a keen sense of humor andsometimes swallow Into his stomach the horrible
were l.rckcn. the fences down. Behind
?ED CNE, made her friends laugh; as : messes which ae concocted by the I
the house was a solitary liut. The only I
I I In malarial districts their irtccs art: will as laughed: with She was i i average cook. It is safer on the whole for infants and Children.
left of the
thins: former splendor! of the
'1 I widely recognized, as they po cs! I solicitous about her manuscripts and : for man to take his food as be Gods it I

place was the trees. A desire came over I peculiar properties in freeing the was afraid she should lose them. Blackwood i In Its natural state than to take it as The Kind You hare Always IJoujjbt has bump the slgna.:
me to know something; of this noble I system from that poison. Elegantly '
; coated. had occasion to send her the manuscript he finds It on the table of the average turc of Cbas. II. Fletcher, anti has been made under his
I i
ruin. I walked up to the house and sugar .
of "Daniel Derouda." She boarding house or hotel In otht'I' personal supervision for over 30 Allow
eeing no one went back to the hut, Take No Substitute.= fears uo 4>,,0
where I found a venerable sitting would not have it intrusted to the mail words, it Is far safer for man to receive to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitation- alitatJustasgood"

negro and Mr. Blackwood said he wculd bendit his food straight from the handsof
on a box before his cabin door _.-- _. .- are but Experiment: and endanger the
Bex ana worc.- by his footman the next day. his Maker than from the hands of a
n racking a cob pipe. health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
don't the author said. "lie French cook.-London Good Health.
"Is this the best worst you can send 0h, ,

"Good-Mornin'morning, sah.", uncle. me?" asked the lady who walked Into might" step at a public house and forgetit The Kind You Have Always Bought

the meat store with a package of that !

place"Are you the only person about the edible l In her hand. Mr. Blackwood explained that this Clas ified idvertistneobONE d Bears the Signature of

:ldam." answered the meat man footman was a perfectly sober man of "'t
"Spec I am sah an' I'ze been de only r
"It Is the best worst we have." high character and went on to praise
'bout de place to' fo'ty yea's.
pusson : the mnn's"irtut's. but this did not reassure
"Well. It is the worst wurst I e"ers:1
I offered the old man a cigar, which
W," her at all. "If he is the sort of CENT A WORD.
lie declined, preferring his pipe. ThrowIng -
"I am sorry to shear that. The bestI chivalrous Bayard that you describe
myself on the I waited for -
grass j' cm do is to try and send you some she said, "he Is just the kind that would .
him to talk. As he did not I made a MONEY I'O 1dND. ,
better wurst from today's lot; but, as I stop; and help at a fire! -- ._ -_.

remark by way of a starter."I said, that is the best wurst we haveat : This was a contingency that Mr. MOSEY TO LEND on In Use For Over 30 Ye\ars.
suppose this was once a busy I improved
place." present. I am sure, however that i iI Blackwood could not boar to consider. real estate, m large or email T-c rr"Tava C.Yn"r n YU..r.r.rr, "..r011r CrrC.

I the wurst we are now making: will not He promised that some member of his I r amounts at low rate of interest.
"r.l'{'!>on it was a busy place, Mb. It I
:i be any worse than this and it ought to I family would bring the manuscript! and : Call on Leslie E. Brooks, attorneyat -- -- --- - --------- -- --
belonged to funnel! 1.(' .ton. He was
! I be better. I assure you tltot as soon as next day, in fact .Ir. Blackwood drove law, 2U4Ji ej. .Palalox :St., Fisher .

Cunncl Peyton U-fo de wan. though | I pet the wurst you shall have the best !I over with It. I building. 3mlm ; W. B. WRIGHT
' lie didn't neblxr' command nothin' den i : .l1l comPRNY
i of it. We ne\tr gave any one the
I: .an' Mineral Peyton while it was \-I:01n': I j MONEY TO-DAY-Do you Leed ,
: worst of It long have boon h I..Hh.
so as we : IuLIIohtalnA'
;1 on. lie o'.vntd a hundred rO eand uigccrs. I mouej? You can borrow any
the wurst business, and be Is I b -i MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS ISSSp
The of death
." | you may cause by lightning | amount you,.want today on easiest I "
1, sure that when we give you your wurt : the sudden absorption of the electric !1 turns! and lowest rates anywhere -1
: you mean: a thou :mtl. fL&
' it will lie the lost, fur our wor t hurt current. When a thundercloud which !| obtainable, cm improved city real LUMBER LATHS
1 "Yes, 'bout did Hey all libcd in de ,
i I is better wurst than the best wurst of is highly charged with positive electricity !I state-floill Win. Fisher, 2t'4j 6. ,
cabins 'lon b
'er. our competitors." hangs certain place, .tbftlx street lu-tl! ,
II over l
; any SUED
"What has become cf the cal Izf'f"I llu BTPBESSSBISBiESflitE'slSjPENHACOT.A :
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i ', nut the lady, whose eyes had takenon the earth beneath it becomes abnormally ; :
burn ui all f frcwocd.Mhasy ,
up i IF YOU want to borrow invest -
: a stare of glassiness, was seen to i charged with the negative electric --. ,
Dorothy Ptyton was "bout twenty insure : FI.A
honey your property
throw up tier hands and tee from the current, and a man, animal or other j
i yetis old! when tie wIth kum ('u. I>atwar I j| procure abstracts ol title buy o!
place, for she! was afraid tl'orlt was object standing or lying directly beneath I I I
st I cell real estate rent property ol
iljMinie when dis place war line.All | ,
yet to come.-Italtiuiore .\U1 1can.I also of the last I
partakes mentioned -
tie I't' "tllll fallibly! live thillan I any de.-cnpt'oij, rents collected : COAL AND
fou' all influence. If, while the man, I or jour taxes attended to. I wtM1
war growi-d ui, boys oi.e girl.I
ti: The l"e nt Face Creami. '
animal or other object is in this condition call on c-r address! 1'huC.11'at.un
I e tlouer ob di lk>ek war Miy j I(oi I
, .
Women are too stingy with their face a discharge takes place from the !I & Uo., Real tstdte: and Insurance WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L> 'GER 1RADF
,? ly. l I.' tunnel an' de boys went awayto I 1
] creams. Did you ever see a stage beauty cloud above, the restoration of the Agents. !Pensacola Fla. Charges

de salt Icatiu l'(' .tou an'Missy manage this kind of bath? If you equilibrium: : will be sudden and violent) luoderdte. To everyone who buys THIS WINTER THAN EVE. f EF( RE

HoUr.} l I Hlorl' wnr three I'il"'Loys I a lot from uwe will lend!
have know literally nothing of IDtlllt'Ywith
not you I III or ia language; that we can nil understand
a on a plantation OKT an' dey which to build a house. bJili SEND US YOUR
j II the art. In the first place] an actress i the negative: current from the ORDERS NClrZ
war nIl three in love with Missy Dolly.
I does not buy 2.1 cents' worth of cream : -
i earth will rush to the
'ii Dey all went to de wah. an' when ,h'ykt' up Join positivecloud 'j i! IvImUTKurteii -(-hool. !
and expect it to last a lifetime, but she (current and in passing; throughthe ; Thompson Olsen c.C )
t Miss-y lKIlyar 'gaged! to George 1 gets her cerate by the quart. After -- --- - - - -" ..
which '
object the two
Pickerin". de oldest.Well separates I iKlNDEKOAKTEN will be; I

'"- de! fus' Peyton killed war bathing her face at night and drying currents, if it be an animate thing, I opened at 33; Ddst" VV right street, i Manresa Street, Tele hone. J47.ESTABLISHED .

Howell l't, .ton, at Manaswis. Nex' the skin she puts in each palm a liberal will! do s> with such force as to almost Oct. 1 by Alias Margaret Ilaclay.30tt -

I I quantity of cream and rubs not only invariably! produce' In taut death. I
kuni de (euune'l at lIarp-hur;;. Roger i 1862.McKENZloEfcTING.
her face, but nock as well. Kemembor According to the above which
tuk do fever kum home an' dieddere twinsa - -
that you must not neglect; your throat tenable 11A.111 (UO'-'U,
hypothesis, to the least
say ,
In di house lie had no mo' 'n
when caring; for your face. Here is a person: is really "struck" by thegrounii -- & CO.DIALEB8
died befo George Pickerin' war .
; ,
where the telltale lines gather the fast- : and
current not by the forked
brought; home to de Pickerin' hou>e turer and dealer in Hair Goods! o 15- 0
Almost in night
'' wL a : an ugly ring, fury from above at alL I
ober dab :m'tli..t Missy i Dully nursed hats, Toilet Articles Hair Oil
sometimes and oftener two and
Lim. Pat war de fu- J'a'Ih de wall, etc., 321)Ve,t Uoverumeut street, Ship Chantey and General Hardmare
an' ore day two yea's aftah Marge throe appear' to warn you of your carelessness. Cp Knew Some Costly One. .

folds and wrinkles order of olh
1'aggy l& to discourage: the use I.'ur aweut. I
Tom Pkkerin kuni uiarchin! up with I. -- I OO3 AND 005 S. PAUr\-t STl'.MiT, '
start' just under the chin long before t>('tlInI.I.'ortIs; says the Chicago
lie trcop. lookin' so harn"tllUe ail so FOR RENT-Lars front room. '
I the first crow's foot is etched about Post, the father had evolve a system A.GEN'O"Y
furuu-hrd, with or without board.
1k lak he brudder George: dat when he
your eyes. This is because you have of lines, somewhat after this fashion: 31jtJ Fast Gad=deu-trees. j19.1w'F'Ult REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROERLING'S 10\f to 8!
\\ Missy!! Dolly done promisedto I
t 'l'JtWlj' I not Urn doing; anything! fur this part Han; it, 1 cent. -- -- GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RDBKEL4: HON'S Pl' 1I'!"
: marry him. HE T- .ruulH ctttage on \V.Cuae .

"After de time when de messenger; I of your body. I blush Darn! ,it 3,cents.:2 cents. Utjr DeVllliefd Street-. ftcfst SsrdZv i'iis' 8Is! Ss-ttistl f lotrn"De3j.! (hrlt, latlsrs, thenOOHPIH9F'tiLHIM :

rode to H'III !t di Cannel had been One 3'loom and one 2 room apart-
up ; I'olllllnl; the kitchen: Floor.I I Gash darn it, o cents. tieuhat213 t.lutendeucia-lreet. KTC

shot MiPeyton done pine away, I I great deal of labor may be saved The 1 boy who was to be reformed by i! All in Kvoa: older. Apply to Pat McKenzie% 9 Oortin Collecting A Ant for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Arta
dat her favorite son, IIuwcIl ciation.
(specially I by painting the kitchen tioor. The this! method studied the tariff with considerable McHii war taken an' when d1 news ob &t' .
j I paint can he bought all ready mised interest, but it was some time

battle of Getty-burg;: kun.11' datMarso and in any color. jo'i want. Or if you before he sjioko."Weil" \\'A '.r.LU. THE GARDEN SECTIONo
Ituger: had been shotto-1 daid
Y dj nut want the floor p.'vintcd l, try oiling I he said at last "I guess 1 WANTED to work
i died in de
Slissy: jl's'ltlne gib an
1 up it. Sciuli it clean and let it dry : Ino."m; words that would cost a countiy trade salary 1,000 per i
4ti tlUlUI1.l'r. Iris kale Missy: Doily all (
Put a quart of lioil.-l liiiM-cd oil in an I quarter:" year and expense L>a Augi-le 1
I u -
t. 'lone. Poet as luck wild hub it. Mare | oil! kettle, set it where it will! keep hot, I CUer Co., he. Luui-, Mo. K* JFloridla-
onald.. de las' 011! de Pejton l-rudder. I CHILDREN POISONED.
: then pour out a little in a vessel: con- ,
tuk sick an' hunt home on leabe.Twas Many children are poisoned and
: \'I'IIL'llt for liaiiilMii: ::. Use a paint WANTED:! -All kinds of empty beet

lucky, fo' T.UI'il'k..riu' war I brash to (put it oa. brush it in well raid I made nervous and weak if not killed 1 bottle p. A. rneuman' n'JilCOMMERCIAL : Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus I]I
Woweil np in d<> nine at Petersburg,
i nll.Jilin' o'.I: from tine! to time, as outright, by mother- giving them
an' Xlis'-y Dolly: was Uf :i sort ob wi.I. i JIO.1.BL'Oo. '
der ntidder time. I nt'i1."il. Two coats of oil are usually j I cough syrups containing opiatts.I :. --- ;i Beautiful Lots for Sale.

enuuL-h at t'a: >t. and If will oil ittwice .
'I) -n.iM, Pickertu' huns; 'Iou; an' i you I l Foley's Honey and! Tar i i- asuI? ar.d HOTEL 110 Inteudcueia.

died in de spring: (>') 'i>;:-,. at do season a year sifter that you will be eerfiin: remedy for coughs croup h.verytniug new ; all 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord
i 1'1'OI"t. with the l'I'"ult. Dust water lard lung trouble and is the only niodtru couveuieuce Moderate
when do air Mnouiin! an 'Ixiut de
ruses location and
ur ;piea-e will not penetrate the wood, I prominent cough medicine that con- rates to transients. Desirable d.ty I ing to surroundings.
time when C'onfedinry! stcppidLloonfm I
t ?
and when you wilt to than it all thatIs i tun- no opiateurottiPrpnisoto; boulders t..AI.'Il ::jjlu-

*. Ob all do Cut' people alive I u< .v,.. fou yea's befo' on de tu n plantations! Street .FIH.l'-CLAi- board can be
: w\t loth. High Fertile Lands.
a Dry
i only Missy Dolly! an" Alan Piektrin : Lad at the New Cuiiiiiiercial hotel, I ,

1 was lof. .- 0:1 '" de south'n men gib ip 1, - 11U lutbudencia strrei." Popular I j\ -
I .\ SirUliod Iincli. C .L!.. S "l.1 o n s .
.Latl *
de job Morse: Alan bum back an' fia' lutes to trau-ieiit;. 23jlu; The grandest opportunity for investment ever
!1 One useful contrivances the iht K"d VM HM A Baar "
of the most :!
' Missy Dully! Klin nil 'lone borer (.n displantation. :3'S JIAI lllil.l' \V.V.N'l'liI>. i cffered in Pensacola.
the homo tiiik r can make is a littleI I t'rsa'rar. -
.. Mo o'> de niggors 1u;:d don" j 1'I -""
. :a I I Iff I bench about a f..II.t wide and three feet I ". .A'.tI"d ;' WAN rED-If'u to learn barber
2 1=0111'. Dey wani't none o > 1'111 Rome Seekers Should See These Lots
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i J 'cept m* aim my fambly borer in dis! cal 1 loua:. supiHirtid on ('lItIl'it'l"l's' about tonI trade short time required byI --

I indies high.: It will be found the I lies work iiis'.ruccious, tic.
. !no Mary Alan war do only one ob I .KNKUU KUKMIi: sCHHU l.l.

,j JfisaD-l!!yV'tfterawliile j greatest couifort when placid across I All advauuues uutil competent. HA. Clubs

hiu.! I the lap of a sick person in Lori to resttho Following ia the schedule of timeovernmeutsteamer Tool, diplomapopulous and .
lie done 'susdt-d her to marry Deydidn't
of dishes taking the : ; 'ienerhl French board given graduates. Catalogue ,
tray upon {
)1 4 rank n. fus 'bout de weldingpA I weight from the limbs so that one may i which THE NEWS prints for the mauled frtt. Moler I Barber College Corner Garden and Brit Streets.

I J fo di-re ixarn't nobody to kum to it \vithout the fool : jent-lit of the: merchants o ship New Orleans Li.
move upsetting:
('('lIt V ghots."Dey : heir the
goods to \ ariouarmy
; tried mial.ty hard to star on dt Paint it reel so that it will contrast l : THREE:! young/ men from Pensacolaand V. 0. ate OT, w :a. H KNOWLEH, W, K. HYKK.JK., J. H, KEEHEI'resldfnt.

. t! I cheerfully with: the napery and china. i ;poets: viciuitj at once to prepare for Vice-President. C.shit"r. Au't C": :.ei but 'iwarn't no u-e fo 'is- .. .... .... ...
little Leeresl'ersscola. .7fOs.m Positioii-5 III the Government Rer-:
I H i J *y Dolly: to try: to lib what she hatIl1t't'n Nuth'iig! that requires: so work i weaves Hurrnnr i a._...... ... .. _.._, j,'"'ft, m, .
aim I and trouble as this is could gibe; the! 'i :',3\1" Plckfnsi ..... ,.. ...... n,,' -,'" a. m. vice. Apply! to ::
de wall Ul'nN
! to liapp; lifo' i I IC :,P&\ R I'.arrancns. .. n..n ...... k ::5 A. in. lll t.. Cedar R + *, Ii. t)24-2m:
when Bank
oben de nlL'irers war 1.'('. 'o ono day : satiffuction it does in use. II I :rave. 'Cn'acota _..... .. lD:15a m. : First r ational
"rfl1'8trr1OC88 a. m. and Hun
muff hu< :
r,1 tlu xiys. Tacit' IVtir. mo my I'OIt rLlld:.
nftk> !i a trp to Fort McKt-c and ten rt- .
:;:. 1000u' a-j:":,:r to lib In X"y'k.. an* we :I tina .Mendeil h> toiling ; orns to Iamrsnea'. --- -- -

tek ob I I:. actual oxperiiiioe I have amendedviii Lo-IIV"5 Harraicas 'nn... .... : pllr m. FOR SALE-t Second-hand set of
I want you to sty hytr an care Leaves Pickt-ns. .. .... .... 1:25 p. m. 1 lurte" III Rood rrcler. Apply to Gr P N ;AOLA. FLA.
r le plantation.: DC 1I1'X' ..1ad. .'.,' lef I : :' by t.xing the broken parts tihtlj'I; Leaves I'en-acela 4:*: > p ro.UoftVfa : s. i,

an' it se<'uied 's if d"l ole place had ,j together:; mud boiling! in sweet shim-I: PlCkfDS .. ...... ..... BUS p. IdArrives 1'hor. Pebley, room 410, 'nll"-"' 11 A
I Ilr:1wtli I
I '' 1 ( its las' Vre.if an' gore to sloop, I null If it has any creaia in it. it' :rip! to McK..e and rt-turn. I

1:11l panty nlgli; al! do f.unbly! in de bury I IIn' "'\lu't UI!!>\\ l'r. It t the Iniiiin: protcss'be On "l-dnt'-d3Y"ltt.d' :Saturdays the A BARGAIN: can be; had i iaoneol ; WM. H. ICXOWLKU W. A. BLOUKT F. C. BRENT. K HVF

groii'i I\I.-r! on de hill i.1o dar. I slow, i f several I I. >urs' duration coat wi:1 l I leave Bjrruncas via Pi.:kens the fiue-t res-idt-nce and mo-t de-: D. G. BRENT,

"Missy: Dolly didn't lib berry lung; ; i aiid you ,':I\i't breal the chili: again for Pensnecla at 6:;'.O p. in. sir-ible r-i-ctious of Northwest Hill,

dtre war too touch noise an' fu-sin !a the Mine place. This dOt s nut applyto The General French i< for army subject to guaranteed l"-e at fair 1 ,

(i" pptv do city fo her delicatetution.. !Sheliad ,i real china.: !aowever. but any ordi ;jcrpoeonly and acy outridt-r mu-t fur three j ear. Plan o! *:-u-e can ,Idp r ni LG,, \ tl t !t M Hi S
i '. I Hood 1av a pas frl m the ql1lrtprma..lfotkp : be seen at my office. A. V. Clubb-i, may,. '
some ihillun.! Om :> 'm hum I nary (1t-4 of sloiie china. tfr
ra"rse'- t l'en-acilI. (jJ- w

., down li}, rout, but he war a city susi I IIoU"*keep'Cg.! ; T -, ---- -- .

i son nn' didn't carry no weapons an'I --- -. FUR :"IALE-l he HJO- dt'.lrabl 'R'rwe draw oar own Bills of Fzctiau/e: oa Great lirlv.luOeriaany Ir s.

iiy didn't look Ilk do flue gentlemen with I UN"ht's lots in the city on easy terms by :1 J
I Austria Holland P.'
Franca, Itajy Hpaln, Eelylaai -
always well! to le on the safesldV the Fi-hfr Real K-tate Agency.

long:: ha'r what used to ride "Unit on dis :I nr.-t'l the burglar with a glowcf 204,1. S'liith PaUfox. iSilniBOARDING : way. Kve-lea Denmark acid other! E: opean countries.fSJ .
plantation. Iars,' Alan Pickeria' oar- ---
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sati-faetien. n< ho crawkxl into the -
tied rudder wife :"'*1' had mo* (hill' J'.. 'r.llnJ.C lluut.c. < 'Vesel3 Dt bors'd upon mho A'os; FaTirablc Terms and '-''t:1:
; Lank through tlu oi 'tltl::: in tht wan. I
Taken k Port of sstir-aUcu Tn Fifies .D&"'
when he died dig place got all mixed OblIgatioN Payable a cr
New York Tim' HOUSE at Wheeler after Vessel Arrives hero.WSTSafety .
up In de law nobody can't t'.o notlihiat :I

all "bout it. Spiings: Mary E-ther, Fla.. Mr*.

died aim Any person att ndng:: a spiritualistic w'm Condon, proprietress. All the DoposU Boxes for Rent In Canneetlcn
"My oe! ? 'oman a jea ago,
chillun air a'.l wukcn in udder h'I111'1. in ohcmiu is liable to a fine of i7r i er comfort of home at very rea->oua with which we h>,*e H Prlva partmnnt for the ZTUof
my +
Sill, ble rate. :Northern tourists will
' ,I keep watch ober de ole home. 'fl9ntPre.
places. ,_
I and this an ideal place to spud a

1 It's mighty lonesome sometimes, an' I ThnnLrd.She portion of the reason. 12omm3lteeclIaneuttt

when I cain't stan' it no longer: I jes'
I -Ves. I told you I'd always! be a DR. KING'STRY PROfESSIONAL CA5DH
4 abet my eyes an seo de place swarmin"with I : .
I sister! to you and I'll be glad to hear

I nisgrrs.\1I, an' an Missy funnel Peyton Peyton takin Kissin care- I[ anything you have to say to me. H." ALFMAN: umbrella- -maker- 315 NEW DISCOVERYFOR W. C. ROWE, M. D.

I CBV I He Sis: months told I'd
j aero you me South Pal>1fox street Re covering -
' e I cb de sick: on";:. an" de 1\.to:11"\'s" gal- I THAT COLD. Office: 17X S. 1'.lalol.
thank yon some diy for refusing me.Let and repairinsrof umbrella and

Il lopin 'l>out on de hc-ses. an" de Picker j me do so at on('('. Yuun't hold parasols: a specialty Silk covers TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Roots from ? to 1I.f a. ra. sad : tc iacdafterTo'clocK -, *

j in' boys all tryin" which 'u'd gut! Missy tr
always on hand. jin 3
j candle to th.irl I'm engaged; to Cures Cons11mptionCougnslColds
I Dolly. Don I reckon I soon git to heahfo I = -

I : an" fin 'em11 dar on nuddor plantation I now. ANYONE wanting bored wells Bronchitis, Asthma, 1: Phono oa.I .

I jet lak dis bofo' de wah:' ills Embittered rtUtenre.Checks fence posts or anything in the grocery PneumoniaHayFeverPleu- I __ _.

! "' I food the narrator liberally and lift ,I Physicians prescribe it or dry good line will do j,
fou're the sourest, worst ,,wi-frlv bf JTP pnrcraMLfr to spf- D. risy LaGrippe Hoarseness JOHN S. BEARD,
m him. walking: ; ucilcr the great trees ,
I t' yvroil] man in town.i for their most delicate M. Meiriu. Olive Fla. jITlw '

GI which flung; their! branches over themanor i 7a: '':- \,;, 1I. yen sees I live next door Sore Throat Croup and ATTORNEYATLAV.Ogie .

house in :vain effort to protect patients. Hh IV.\.I ,. I
to lit .L! \Vhoopbc
a tti.i SL-.X' -Chicagoes. ; Couijh.KO IJuiii.' :
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Rf I it from tames; ra fae5.s I passed OLD and PURE. 'J B. L DIAMOND, the tailor ha* removed CURE. WO PAY. '.
out where the gate had been I looked Office Hoars-8:30: a. ir. t" -
J l back and saw the aged custodian still O A. S V O rt.-:: .TVM .. For Dele byDaunheisser to Ill, \Yf" GVl'rlm"nt Price oCc. ad Si. TRIAL B01TL S FfitE:
; 1 dfice. _. __ __ ,.
I ite ld h.e ii tlt: 'street oppo-ite Expre-? n. :?: iO p. m. to 6JII i p. r .

I Kitting before his cabin doer. I ea.-.the were be is prepared to clean, reo 1 will repair your watcue *?.. pr ctlr" in an!l state and f'J-' -

I 1 F. A. lUTCIIEL.I 0r L ;1-+-? Bros pair and preys I doe*' and pntle :ewelry in eret-casa 3vl \. J. I All! bo.m..w .ntru'tHI t" niP *

Only 1'te per week for the!: :XL\\3 I I<'d./ /:! meni' t"llor made ".'t". 163m; I 3te;hens promo dilgnt aari '

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\\'ork'veakens A Message i FOR THE HOUSEWIFE f.f.t.:t !;;..1t'(i j.\.f. : .......

o'er- Your Kidneys. Winter! EczemaOR I cyI- 'r.i1I.i >

In "Blood I Umbrella Mending. l--If" < .
ooli' ,
Impure Blood. I When tiny worn spots come to light '

rJia\ty\! KUMJsMe_ TETTER Is one f the : In a favorite black or dark colored silk {I ; : '
varieties When order
ar body passes through [Original] of many that tormenting i umbrella, they can be trended neatlyly you d 111, .' ,

;%, I' n every' three nl nutes.y The detective bas many curious riddles disease called Eczema. It slum- covering the place with black silk :SJ fry! "', ':.'

::: :...e The kdr.eys: are yourf1 to solve. One of the most remarkable bers through the summer and breaksout conrtr. lasttr. Cut the plaster In little crackers sent with your ':

;. food:; they filter in winter. The bead feet and hands round the Ii tVi? : 1
pieces larger than
r ..... I...I. that ever came up for my solution slightly I .
'' :- ..r. out waste or are the parts most often attacked,thoughit haL'S to be mended moisten aid r-ri'ly other groceriesand 1. ...
,;:...:.,;.r\. \ .,,:'i inpurnies! in the blood. was connected with the case of a man sometimes of the A j, :; ,}
1_ appears otherparts 0:1 th? Ins ,li of the open cover. If tl'! '
:-:.I s. If they are sick or out named Joa! Klapner. He lived alone body, the sk in cracks and i
:\!'.r:'(''', t h cf crier they fail to do I and vas murdered one nijilit during aLIzzar meed'?, while the itching and burning open is i umbrella Is saturated in a ht"J'Yh')'\ i don't want them j ft : ,' 'H
the be :
.)4/E v ther! : work. I ;
I II' 4''IJ. t Pas.achesar.drheuI7s dead hut lie did not die for some time makes it worse, sores and scabsforming once more. Incidentally it is clljwin; scented by R ( :' :

) rusn come from excess where the skin is broken.In an uuibrtla! to dry while it is ctstsland
,, after the blow was struck. Unable to
L J.. cf uric acid in the this form of Eczema brownish white lie away In the folds which causesthse : : 1.j:

(p. :. tuad due to neglected It-ave the iK-d in which be was mur- crusts sometimes tiny cracks and holes In the your other groceries, i' : :
'e, deri-d. there! seemed to be no way of
1 form which scale off SKIN CflACKSieavingthekiurau cover.A '
:;' quick' or unsteady communicating information that would tell the i '
I.. e in fine particles still better way to mend these grocer ;II ;; :
.' I .ales: one feel as though lead to the punishment of his murderer. AND BLEEDS .
b- ,. worn places if one cares to take the .- '. : .' f "i '
?! 16. because: the heart is Yet he eucccedi-d In leaving all and inflamed. It is
t I extra trouble Is to darken with black;
: pur'::ping thick, kidnegt )'- that was essential.Klapprr : especially painful and severe when confined f' i
I; .: : veins and arteries was used to rending at nightIn to the hands, which often become so Ink a glue which you know will defy UneedaBiscuit h\ : '

;; eered that only urinary badly affected that the sufferer is unableto moisture. Only a small quantity need
tied before going to sleep and kepton
;.. .e traced to the kidneys, perform the lightest work. This, like be darkened. Apply this In a thin coat ,. -.. -
!:: a bland beside his lnl a lamp :
:nce proves that nearly another types of Eczema, is due to acid to some black silk cut out quite a little
t have their matches and some books. When the v
ases begin-
.I poisons in the blood awl not to local larger; than is necessary for the court-
i. ,. discovered In the morning
body was causes. The trouble is more than skin
t. platfr.pply on the inside of the umbrella -
C- j can make: no mistake the lamp was burning:: though the oil deep and washes, soaps, powders and
with the umbrella: o]>en and set
The mild ;
ur k.dr.eys. was nearly exhausted. I'eoplolio had salves nor anything else applied to the
l! .. .:y effect:: cf Dr. Kilmer's surface can possibly do than soothe It aside still open to Ory. In this way
I pas-cd: the boiie between 11 and 1rcpcrted : more Protected by the In-er-seal Package : .
". is one can make an umbrella! last much
.f.3mr.uot!: : great kidney remedy 1 that tl.ey Lad 1'1''n no light the burning and itching or relieve tempo- .
'a.cs. the highest fir its rarily the inflammation and pain.It longer; than If the holes are neglected.; with red and white seal. I
but who had parsed 1 ju t before
the most distressing; cases I a man is the acids thrown off by the blood '. It certainly prjvis' economical to purchase l
..';. "" I (lawn (.n IllS way t<> a train declared anti which their .
's are forcing way throughthe n good umbrella. ; with a quiet
that! lie lirtd noti.vd a light; in Klapper'sr"im. pores that cause the skin to harden, natural wooden haitdi.vhoee appearJince 5e

f II,' Uiiew Kliii'iHT, and wondire crack and bleed, and produce the irritation is and
always dainty refined, for
i if hi- were not ill. He I said h.x.ould .> ]I and soreness. the
cover can be renewed for a dollar,
'-.1 Home of S auip I lIal'1"1'1'.1 to tutu out. but S. S. S. neutraliesthese
how find acid i a good frame and handle outwearingmanytwers.
( to h\IIlr. I ly ture Jo reach his train. S ss poisons ,. : yjATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ..
-:f cr bladder trouble. and cleanses the blood
fr.u..t'l -vav.l tliiHiries uioroor Us.siiitiuenced
nen writing Dr. Kilmern. I of all irritating sub- i &
by this: eiivuiiistaii'-c. KLipper Line Site {'Io.b..t".I..t.To :
N. Y. stances aud humors : .
in UtJ: with the light out I pn.tcit dait clothes" from possible _
WI" :un ly and does it promptly and effectually. I -- -

wiifii; the tiinrJer! \vas committed. How S. S. S. and the thin stains from a d ithesbasket that fi : !
purifies in\igoriU-s I
niv ml..tIIP: bur renun' i Del us Ilrenxed. I =GOLA=e ; i .r .' :
', : wami) Ho.t.1 then wtuld: it ha\e been burning I In the acid blood and builds up the rntire has seen m-u.y JI':!:'>' usase I make a There can ne\er l-e too much conspiousne .

-;wlln:1: Kiot, and the morning unless! he had lived long; tem;then the unsightly eruption and Sys-I louse movable litiing; sap a corre- s of beiag! well tlre:-..I'11. I It U I '

..' til: ?'], union, :\. Y., oil enough after tl.e blow! to light; it? I heal, the skin becomes. smooth and I r-poiHh-j't of .\01 ri'au AgricuIturNt. I said to impart a happiness which rellg'on -I Grist and Corn !JSeal Mills; ; :J JI
and all signs of the Ec/etna disappear. :
had :i feeling!: (I l'aul llIlllo! better word use old sheets and always I have two on does not give and the value of

I to I'Xprrss; j iO> that the lamp had beenlighted Our spi cial book on Skin Diseases: free. hand. Cut a piece the size and I shapeof clothes! was even: impress ujwn! the /! F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, i.
V, .,.i vli the \k-tim with a purpose the bottom of the baskit. Cut another !
rau-wl ; by III albeit, for they declare the art of Manufacturer : 11'I'
,i .i had been struck. I piece as long; as the circumference '
after he vt aving to be of divine origin.;: Clothes ll' ":
tho ;
't car .
i .1 I ;
I looked fr a commuiiication on ha-. Adam's Cirtlitln- of the lelsk t at the top and as are evidently secrets into one's characttr -'I' ., '

1 ..IITIIW: 'nt.i I'l'raut\ found none. I was absently Formerly < ct. '-::1 WMS regarded:; : ns deep as the sides and four Inches more. for It seemscut betokens Intellect STOCK FEKD.Fatronlie J

,,:.: OUT ll T 8-hoppinK turning over the leaves of one of the Adam's hirlholI '. Thfolojriaiis! ; of the It the basket;! is n round one, gather the and talent color reveals temper and Home Industry, for there 1.'i; ,
should .
nly, she thought (itdii STery reason you buy Tour Meal and ; I ,
books on the tattle when I came to a sixteenth ami sexi'iiteenth centuries tide lining! after seaming: up and sew heart." So It would be well to bewareof Stock feed from tbe Home ManuiaotQrer.or .. .

i! l to it. Shi' !ItKiked( innil red .IlIUtlg{. It covered the word wasted inurli: scholarship in efforts! to tn the bottom pitve. but If the basket Is eccentric styles and brilliant colors. ( by 10 doing you encourage borne lndni :. ,
try. Yoor U left In the
: r.n--.icKc l all Its "tciL" It at once occurred to me that Kettle both the manner and the date of of oval shape take two deep darts nt and you In turn are Indirectly community benefitedIn '1: t. .

.' -4. ami all, but no jicnMo.U KhipJMT had communicated something creation. I II'. John I.ihtrlll.t; vice chancellor each end to make! the side lining tit the Good For the Hand fostering the home manufacturer you I' .' .
contribute to the cause of labor. You
he Lesl- ownU
>tly ; II
concerning the murder by words of Cambridge; a Hebrew scholarof Ixjttom. Cut and bind two slits four "How does It happen that you aloneof to theoommunltylD which yoo live an* m
.'1 11; her ii<'isUl, Imti I looked imputation, published' n Inches from the top edge to slip the blah enntrlhute to Tour inpport.
.. she I I' smudged; by his own blood, and European your large family hare soft plump .. 4wwow
: ''' \ finally statement to the effect that, after handles: through; turn over on the outside .
for zaire, which! I foam I expected years hands, while all the others have such !

.ii sfateil ity her :and that they would lie In the order of of research, he had succeeded in discovering the *sup rtluons four inches which thin, bony ones?" I asked a pretty wo

Nt. saul loud eiHHisli a message; but they did not Consecutively the preciso moment when the keeps the lining from slipping, and you man. "I'm sure I can't tell why I am

ift-nts .e.-its; to hear placid they read: earth "rose out of chaos" and manmade can always have a clean basket no so favored," she answered, "unless It

'. ni.iy.,: I iHirnw jour Ten crisp, man. on. beard me. Calldl. his ei>i>c:>niiiee UJKIH it. This: matter tow discolored or old it Is. Is because I take more care of mine. I

at National, live bill took dollar. hair forehead learned divine ilccUnil that hwmn never wash my hands without afterward -

:i's iistoiii' ,;hnient was new, because scar. red and stabbed and earth center and circiiinfiTence A Little Ho*. rubbing them until they tingle NICK'S : !

silent facial 1 'lIlurh I of all tin. A long chocolate box makes a good I .
were created all tojMher; in tlie same with a piece of soft white flannel.
reiMeiiei] The moment I had placed these instant and clouds full lit water." and foundation for this pretty pin I hox.

i" he replied words on paper In the above order I (' and line with
that "this \\"(iik took p'.i" ce and man 0"1' !silk fixing: it cither

\ .. knew from the words scar beard and was created by the Trinity on ( "'t. 2... with vegetable glue (,seccotine.. A NIGHT ALARM. 1.
c'l' :' she -koL hair that it contained description of The little dhisions in the 1'111are fur
4004 U. C.. at I) o'clock in the morning. Worse than an alarm of fire at
critiiiins: behiii'l the murderer. I al.-o Inferred from the small phis. These are made by! cover- night R U&TiUUITDAILY&
adilstiiiIrI is the bra *y cough: of croup, which
'" !.it ihe l.uly words ('rbl', five, bill, ten and national ..

.'n-'i that It also contained a description of AllrniK.. sounds like the children's death knell I
"I was Just tflliiii daughter.
-- a bank bill or bills that had been tak my and it means death unless something
said: Mrs. Xexdurt1, "that it's wi'iig for
% .. \Iuir%. en. My first effort in deciphering the i I.; done quickly. Foley's Honey and .
lur to jil.iy I 114' i iiI no oi Sunday.:
".u !I II-I--T'! and I message resulted as follows: Tar never fails to give instant relief I
Why Stiiul.iy: )particularly; queried MENUSComprise
\ I' ,.:i"' rI"I'1" Man calf on me, board and hair and quickly cures' the worst forms ol
on fonhewd took ten new crisp five Mrs. ivppiv.v.Jfs wrong to make
u '- i i\ croup.11'1.. P. L. C'ordipr. of Mm-
,1.,llar bills on (some) national (bank). people swear on any tl.iy."rhiladtl- all the Up-to-
ttin writes thr.-
''u /.inn, \.i'Wi"rii ton, Ky., : "My
i i 'i <;",\M.I\\'I .111.1 '1 his was e\ideutly not the Eolation hula 1'nss. year old girl had a severe case: ol Date: Dishes the Mar- i
> i I' M rtli ounty. ItN fur there were a number of words un- croup ; the doctor said -he could not kets of the World
L I tril'l1lt again: VVIlliiiif to OblIge. live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey ",
u <
1'01:1.1! llulluw,,
"ii.t re
ty Can you tell! me the nearest way to and Tar ; the flr"tdo:'gave quick relief .
:" .1 1 I'-'.:.jiii U'illi. and! in Stabbed' (by) man with red haland THE rix BOX. .. : 1 1Ladies'
1-. .r.l. Scar on forehead lie took ten reach ItufTalo streetV and saved her life K fu<<> Riib
Ii, : : "i., l. is ('\ :rl. IVciin;: ('reek n. w crisp five dollar bills on (some) national "C-c-c-ctTUiinly. It's j-j-just up th-th- Ing pieces of card with silk. They stitutes. W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 6.Palafox '

,in, ('eiif. !' I are /In .\tcliis this s-s-ss-suy. can, can go
I:. r I J."!-. ..t1,.r/! nit 1:1111' a i ml t'hil 1 This was better than the first effort; you and how you qtiitker than I can but a halt inch less III depth. Private]

I': 'I "i I I' n it'v, riitlnty; Mt cij| Hollow but like the first, the words were not OK-veland/ Plain Dealer. The lid is a straight piece uf cnrd, a Cleaning ladies skirts and waistis
.f i I I II I II in Sullivan and say one of OT specialties. Star Laun Dining Parlor.
.i county. all used. I made a number of trials trifle smaller than the box: as It !liuksInside
i.-' I:."' i in llllllcrcumin. The.v.1 the Lox and rests the Iry.
on partitions.
: before I found a correct reading, N.. imi to it. --- -- --
r. -' i ii \\ n.IIIIIN pirkcil' / jit raiiil'in It is padded at the to form
though: I did not kuowhethl'r the "You 1'11the doctors disagreed, and
!f .,,' I .. if the i Medical Society Att mlm..
'iin i.rr.SIHia.lI.tIi.e| i murderer took ten five dollar bills or BO III' tlil l." u pincushion and is covered and lined

-. I 1'1"! ''**. .Viinetiiiiis! a I'I'I.tty' the ten dollar bills. This was my last "Oh.1 IIIt course the autopsy set with silk. A tab of ribbon, is sewed to There will be a regular meeting! Regular Dinner Daily.Short .

.. I .Hit' Ii'I'U a t ntilil r. I each cud, to that it be easily he Pensacola Medical Society at
effort: thxl tile 1IIIt'Iotion[ for science;:
-. i ."-, !'ly tit aim uf tl I.II ; ha Board of Health offce at t
Man (with) red hair and beard scar on .Vo. They disagreed; sit the autupfy raised.
clock Jan 13 and 27.
: 'i: S l" hate I N'i n to confer forehead stabbed me because I called. > p.m. Tuesday. Orders Promptly
o.-Chcago; ;
-t 'I 1./1/ aIttUsing; aj-iK.ll.i-! I lIlt ) took ten II'rll'p five dollar bills due For Pattern Visiting physicians are cordially Filled.
Night or Day.
.:' T :.1; lit" all of the Ttnth NationaL A pattern case is a MTV useful! accessory nrited to attend.
The Friendly !Sliado" of :\1II.t. DR.W. C. DEWBERV
bank have been the ,
Since the might for the home seamstress.Vti
Old Crust Mrh-How; did you dare. President. l'It'.* 'Inrrlltl.f'N.I I fifth or the Tenth National, I went to all know the incom enicnce of an overflowing It It's Good to Eat
fir, to kiss my daughter last night on OR. L. DEM. BLOCKER, Something
\ '.t In-,' is almost a I both and learned at the Tenth that it tliodark ? lios: with tho needed pattern ni25ttf Secretary. you wish,you'll flnditai
!.. it t u-mld\ IKresar.le,l : had paid out some new live dollar bills invariably at the my bottom. The 1
Young (;ayboy-Ca&l.! now that I'vebecli I
-' \' .:';'il "vir,' :1.. trmas I the day before, and Mr. Klappir's account case requires a strip of some heavy Nick Apostle'sPopular
showed he had been paid $;:;0 the her by da j light, I wonder myself denim PEARL & DOLIVE.
"I' :!( it UHL'ht! to liO. I material, such as cretonne or ,

: ..- I.UK;'; uin.U'I't'.l in a I, same day. Thvrcfure' the last part of Smart Set. 1 'al'lllun and 12 inches wide. Three Restaurant

', i; \'J.'! JUKI tuarriapc; i the message read. "Ten new the dollar strips of tape are put lengthwise; of .

01 11,, 11\\:11.1, Is nndiri I bills all of the 'fl'uthationII.." this material equal distances apart. I Call on them at the corner of Gar-

x-iricty (it reasons I at once advertised to Ri h e a premium Tk C. lt:5B & Gi The tapes are fastened down firmly ,, Jen and Alcaniz streets for curp-n- MWAMALODGD1BEGTOY
; : ter and electrical workor phone 000.NOTICE. ,
.\ ". Hut only a (I-\\" ntaia to any one who could furnish me at spaces four inches apart aud also --- ----- .

t'"" !11'. l"l'n.:11'1'. woini-n or cashier of a third rate restaurant answered at one end, to tie the case when !!

\' .1 I r.ilnr i die than marry i the advertisement, bringing one INSURANCE rolled up. The case is bound with I have been authorized to take
'. 1 .1 I n-">t lou Walter of the bills. Afterward there was another tape, and the patterns are inserted by subscriptions forVm.. JenningsBryan's
"The Commoner.The
S \\ i' \\ -ll j when he wrote I brought; in, but too late to be of slipping them under the lengthwise price paper is $1.00 per year in ad- KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.

I I". ,I..iiuitifnuNir.I ." 1IU advantage.; The woman told me that REAL ESTATE, tapes. Roll up and tie with the vance. Those desiring the paper ,

I :', I'in- a nil trmh-r si irit, the man who gave It to hir was so No.I South Palafox Street. strings.; -Rural New Yorker. can have it sent to them by sending ; Permacolm Lodge No. 3, K. of P.

II 'f' ,-',1' i i-. could well com- I rough looking that she feared It was: M-OOto the undersigned.: meats every Monday even SIng

.' : ;'-. ,,-:' .1 I I"n.'ss] niarriae' i counterfeit and took It to her employer How to Drink Water.A H.M RecitE j In tbe at7SO HionDl at castle WahoA I all, I

before changing it. In this way the beginning; of kidney trouble lies In Care Daily News. r. BalHlog. third floor.

Thr l'<'| of the 'Ioon.t If matter was Impressed on her mind. I Partial Lit of eairable' Dwellingsfor the fact that people, especially women, Visiting brethren cordially

t .' "f authority for lien I I asked her If she could Identify the man, Rent in Various Partsof do not drink enough water. A tumblerof Try Gunther's Candies at : welcomed A.LlLC., ,;

I : : '. man in the moon. 1 and she said she could. the City: water sipped in the morning immediately Solomon's. ,'c. U, UORBLSB C. C.

:!" .- II irli'.rity, for olieviuij 1, The rest was comparatively easy. I $35.00-!': -story house, containing 12 room I on rising; another at night are _K.K.4_ .
'- \1 "',.mi and other anli and all modern conveniences bath on .
the Inspector
laid the matter before recommended physicians. Try to '
and lower floors lot
upper corner ,
I i "t,. il.-<-lirfs that Cain If he had record of a criminal nice and Damon IrfxIgA No. 13
asked any yard &hrUbhpry. nahle. out. drink as little water as possible with BEST FOR THE .

I 1\, ,- d i I.I'H niiKin arid that be with red hair and beard and a scar B1 houses reel.$35.iit3atory, etc.. No. 714 Eat! Ialtua meals, but take a glassful half an hourto Castle meet every hail Tuesday corner Palafox evening and nt 7 Garden:;)>, at I

:. < .it any time. Chaucer on his (lIrl'hcad.ncr examination he boarding hou l'. containing an hour before eating. This rulepersisted streets. Visiting KnIKbu'ordl"lIy invited :
' '-. limn in the 1flIia3 / fitted Jim S rooms, known aq the I'oncn do J. ALJIKKT JOJIUKON,
found that the description I in after month after : r
r' i I Leon house, No. Ho Ktut Intemlen- day day BOWELSIf DAS IIY-KIIIN, C. C. .
\ .11101 i' that lie carries a Uourke. alias Patsy Uurne, alias Cauky ., cia street. month the complexion will Improve K.utlt.8. : '

t $lllkt'-pmre loads him Jack and a number of other aliases, I I' (.W.ixi-A. desirable 2-story modern dwelling and the general health likewise. Water TM btrrn't a reciilnr.'. hrattby movement of lbsboIiS : "
I 7 rooms, most desirable t ctloa of the
i dar uure III or kill be. krrpout '
,<1 :.::\('5 him a dos. Ac- who had recently been released from I: city on a corner on the street car drunk with meals should be sipped, as i bowel opfn.eferr anil be)well force,in the .h.|,e 1 "III'rl1 hoe.No. 623 North lIarCt'lonletr"f't.. wnthTMCvr|>ill"ix>".i. danu'i-roun.. Tim snOot
: : version he
was and in town. The ..
the penitentiary seen MXOO-Large 2-etory dwelling. 10 rooms. wellas taken sparingly.Short I' ..I.raeiv.t, tnt|.rfrt ar ol Vetoing the &HI..IItleu
' IIr patliiTin sticks on man was watched for, arrested and i fronting *e\"ll1e"'quar""' No.30 Ka.t! on 011I10" ; am. clean u to tale I'rnsacnla l"odSf' Xo. .. :
C-rmans: lia\e aiiijili- cashier. I! Government street. CANDY :
Identified by the restaurant $1)Comfortable( new 2-story mod..rnOVo'l'lUnr.1I "It must be a great comfort to you town CATHARTICEAT meets every Thursday evening at 7:3) alKafford
: \ c'\m! him a \\oiu- Two of the bills were found on his per rooms,very desirable section such splendid furniture." ball;) Went IntendencU street. t
i iliurning but- I I' of t He city situated on North Visiting brethren cordially invltad.
1 son. Baylen between strong and DeSoto "Comfort! Say. there isn't but one I J.K.Lo.Mi.N.G. .

lie was tried and convicted. After streets.L.OO2story. comfortable chair In the whole lot, and I J.G.WELSH, Secretary.
:! dwelling In eood order with I
his conviction he gave an account of wife Invariably wants to sit In
i I 8 rooms. three doors from the belt I my

STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, the robbery and murder that tallied i, line.No 211)ba North gai and Barcelona water street.throughout, thaf-Cleveland Main Dealer. I AMERICAN GUILD. ;

I I'll",. ('0X114)N, Captain, with my theory. He entered the house I IJO.OO:! -1-story dwelling rooms, city water ,

: by means of a window that bad been ,' b'Ub gas, wIth large: corner lot, No. A Sensitive Patient. I Peneacola Chapter No. 007. '
> rpuular trips between and after finding nothIng 4112 West Wright street. Emdee Feet to slee ,. That
i !left unfastened Dr. go !
Point 113.70-1-story dwellingtiroonis, newly papered F. E. BKAW.NER: J'. LIMJI.I" TKUTII.
: I. \\-ahiR
F'1':, ton and below went up to Klapper's bedroom I and painted throughout, on shows your circulation Is bad. 'EM LIKE CANDY Secretary, Governor.
:: L"ive: liaylea street belt line. No. *111 East Gregory street. ......ant PalitaMe. Potent. Taut Rood On Oood
;, 1" T: 'ir-Uiv at 6 a. Ir.. and arrt and turned a dark lantern on the $15.00-l-story waterand bath, Editor-That's all you quacks know. Sever .h.k.n. Weaken. t Cripr. JO,aoil i.. and booklet W rent".i
.' the robber was searching 7 half block of grounl with ached that would p.r boi. Write (or free sample a
{ Fe ;"> at 6 sleeper. While rooms. I suppose If my corns teaUh. Addma ':3ITISLIJO :
p. in. same day.:
I ;l' K- ;P'Irt Tuesday at C a. in. for valuables Klapper called for Cl'rvantl'lllrel't.beautiful shade trees, No. 7uS East show that advertising patronage was galley fOIPHT. HlriGO ? IIW SOUL K. OF L. .

t: 1: r \ at lVnacola R p. m. same help. The robber warned him if he dd; $12.50-1-story d.-elllorio: 115 East Gregory falling off. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

,.' t ,r"-. round trip, $3;: ; one way, it again he would kill him. KlarpcT painted.streetS rooms. newly. papered and Local Aiutembly No. l.'OS.

12alm related the call and the robber kept 111.00-No.dll East Belmont street, 5-room Acquiesced. Meets tint Monday In each month.

-- his word. Finding the bills In the murdered cottage city water, newly painted, "I'm Innocent and Ian prove It It I ABTHCB MCCOSWELL.w. p. 1I.TUARP.W.
In perfect order. Bros. M.
.7 .. Vs: !fir ::Des/ fade. man's jxjcket he took them and, J10.50-No. 1014 North Alcaniz strhet. a new you will give me time," whined the old Herring Htcrttary.
house in good order with 5
I leaving Klapper for &'ad. made his escape East rooms. offender. GOULD ING,
1t0.OO-No. tot Belmont street city
lie said that the lamp was not water> a neat S room cottage newly "Three years" said the Judge.Baltimore MEN AND WOMEN,
CARPENTRY AND I when he entered or when he painted and renovated throughout. American. Have specially constructed Wagons 'rias FM am5 O for onnatnraldiachariiM.lnllainniatioDf.
; for the removal of dead animal
I i 1I.I.I-oIo.l/tO/ East Laliua street a neatly i llnIMTh .
left It was plain that Klapper had papored I room cottage in good con- Punch Bowl For Mack. from the city limit. 0w & IrntalioDi or nk ratloncf f
ELECTRICAL WORK I dition, large lot. city water.A President Ed Mack of the champion .ll .Itt.tss. ma coas membrane.
book and written
lighted It, taken the largo list of smaller dwellings, aa wellas Will remove dead horses or cows for pk -- Paioleu and not seirmaYAISCNLMICLO. -
1 his last message; in his own blood a a number of stores and offices FOIL KENT, Torontos "has been presented with a One Dollar each. HiE gent or poiwnoas. I.

If R. ',.: in Pearl & Dilive, phone 6t O message: that bung; his murderer. THOS. C. WATSON & CO., beautiful silver punch bowl by the Address HERRING BROS clEiiwlI. or laid wot by in plain DT.gIo11.c.L& wrapper. J ,, ij"

... ; 've any carpenter or electrA I OLIVER MUARS IIINSDALE. stockholders In testimonial of his services -I Or leave orders Gouldin?. br express, prepaid for ;l
.1 w, Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance r
K; 135 East Intendencia street. 100. or IbotUn 12.73.
you want well done. the two seasons.
past _
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hose fronting upon contiguous ter- Strongest in the World.

f ritory. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Cherry

On tbe import side, tbe Atlantic (AMUSEMENTS.VS3S35eS3535SSSSeSS55SS&

ports show a gain of from 613 mil Pectoral. for colds, coughs, croup, asthma, The

ions to 6V9 million ; the Gulf ports Equitable
: ....nd .t the Poit Office at PentMol,
...HOODII-cl. .Uer. from 27 millions to mIllions; the SIC. CREATORE. bronchitis, consumption. He knows.rzthing '

Pacific ports from 47 millions to 50
jrn.CK-PIU' Building J11J SOu'h Life assurance
f tlftfox itreet, np-itair millions; the Mexican Border ports Last night's program was as follows Society

from $12,312,018 to Sl2,6o8,723; the :
THE NEWS PUBUSHING CO. Northern Border from 69 millions to March "Royal Purple"-Creatore. is carried through with snap KEEPS HIS FAMILY WELl. Of the United States.

69 millions and tbe interior ports Overture "Poet and Peasant"- and vim. Borne of Miss Belden"s If you are feeling out of sorts, if HEMlY B. HYDE, Founder

Terms: Invariably in Advance. from 10 millions to 11 millions in 11 Suppe. gowns "creations." Sbe herself your circulation or your digestionIs

.*. Year by Mall_____15 00 months of 1902 over the'same periodof "Lucia"Donizettl."ReminIscences Is a beauty In a statuesque type. bad you ought to think first about
"II Hontbi ___._. ?.__ :t 60DM
WNk by Carrier Payable Monday 10 1901. of Scotland":; "Tbe company gives a performance your liver. Probably that is: all that Preliminary Statement Jan. i. (jOutstandingAssuiance.fIiv

which should draw good houses Is wrong with you. HEPATICURA
Mnrliting Rattt Furnished Application Godfrey. week." for the best health i'
all tbe provides possibleand
STORE IS March "El Capltan"8oosa.Overture Income ...... .. .. .... .. n. l lt)
TELEPHONE NO. 118. "William Teir'-Rossi- will answer ell your needs If )

: ni. PECK'S BAD BOY. you want real good health keep the New Assurance .... ..eo :2: ':v
liver right, and there is nothing
*' BEING REMODELED oprano Solo selected-Mme. Ba- The well-known musical farce better to keep the liver right than Assets...... ...... .... ... &O.thX) > )
(UNtON LAbEL) rib. comedy, "Peck's Bad Boy," will be HEPATICURA.Mr. .
-- Assurance Fund and
i Daniel James of
American FantasieUerbert.The 1 presented at tbe opera bouse on Pensacola

I' ; The spacious store building at the opera house was crowded last Tuesday night. The success of this much Fla., pays I appreciate: I want your to tell liver you medicine how all other liabilities... :2Su 'j 'J().

r ; FBIBAOOLA JAN 23, 1903 I, corner of Intendencla and Palafox night with music lovers of the cityto piece is known to all lovers of farce HEPATICURA. My wife had I Surplus .... ..... ... ... ';:.I. l.'VI

streets is being completely remod bear Signor Creatore the great comedy, and the company engaged been sick ior a )long time. I did not I I I
The largest Increaseever made In
THE of sensations that is to Italian band master, and his wonder in this production supercedes know exactly what was the matter I; 11Y"r\
city elled and will soon be occupied by any In the Iilstoryof the 8oclt'tt.
with her. I it
suppose must I
ful of half hundred Italian I)
' has added another corps a of .
j .sy Tampa just Messrs. Goodman & Gray widely previous aggregation players.Manager ; been some liver trouble. I had to ; JAMES \V. ALEXANDER I'reeIdc .
each of whom is | :
incident tit its claims for notoriety. musicians a perfect Will St. Auburn is a man have a physician very oftE'n. but i
I L:
;- Judge 8tewart of the criminal court known young business men. They master of his instrument. of vast experience, and has engaged she did not pet well until she took JAMES H. HYDE Vice-Pn-- atilt.i .

of Volusia county wa jailed there will carry full lines of clothing and The curtain was late in rising but his people with a view to pleasingthe HEPATICURA. A few bottles !I

; last Monday on a charge of contempt men's furnishings generally. when it did, the impatient audiencewere public, as well as suiting the cured never complains.her. She is I well give it now to and the i

:3 of court the judge refusing to well repaid for tbe delay. cast. The company are well adaptedto children and take it myself, and it KSOWLES BROS.

be sworn or to testify in a certain TilE ItlGHT MHWC1NE. Seated on the stage were the Individual their parts and materially help keeps us all well. Sold:: by all drug ,

:1 scandal cas or to tell how he came The right remedy at the right time members of the great band. along an evening of enjoyment.A gists. General Agents
is a friend indeed. You cannot be
and in another second the
by certain letters now in his posses careful long- B. Palafox St.. PENSACoJ'tWHY
too about having the right .\,
.//l alon.'f. remedy on hand when you need it. haired conductor himself, Signor Cure For Lumbago.W.C.Williamsof VALUABLE CITY LOTS. 1309

It is said by a man of knowledgeand Creatore emerged from the left Amherst Va.,

THE New Orleans Picayuna 01 good judgment that most bad wing and was greeted with a spontaneous says, : "For more than a year I suffered -- NOT THE BEST ? -
Wednesday has a long and able editorial health caused by a bad liver. HE-
outburst of applause. The Of the large number of lots recently
PAT1CURA is the best liver tonic from lom:>ago. I finally tried -
I in which it tells how it happened audience was entranced with tile purchashed Mr. O. M Pryor'
which will liven up that member in Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it by
V or as the Pic has it "Why the good style and give you a great deal first number one of Creatore's own gave me entire relief which all and placed on sale to desirable purchasers > THE MERC1TS>>
South was Defeated." The reasons of pleasure as well as satisfaction: in This is
1ij compositions. a march, other remedies had failed to do." many have been sold but
:'1 assigned in the article referred to life. Sold:: by all druggists. leaning to dreadful climaxes and as Sold by all druggists and medicine some of the choicest are still held by

' are no doubt correct. Tbe South the abrupt stop was made it was dealers. TnDNSFE GO.

t L:!, bad as good a fighting force as ever NEW HOTEL.Mr. several seconds before the surging him.He will sell to actual settlers on j

. march to battle, but were just simply hearers could believe they were Grace In Walking.If most favorable terms as he is determined -"I Having been awarded the coutrai: ( ,
you want to walk gracefully, don'thisik for carrying time U. S. Mail b
worn out and overpowered overt 4
.,iI! ,i -- wake-that they were in reality lit your fict. but hold jour head to build up this property. .1 I! the L. & N, Depot and I',,.-t Olli
;t powered so much by the numbers Egbert Beall recently of the gazing at living objects and listening will up in the air. I)uzft sliulUt A little and al-o the exclusive baggige1iivm-
sent against them as by the sustaining to soul-stirring music. tliiiiihtfillness; and iuictlfe: In high DO YOU KNOW I j lege on all trains eutf run? the city.we .
back of those Beall Hotel, Gunner Texa, has j to
power numbers. An encore was imperative, and stepping will soon lircak jcn of this are prepared tran-f.-r bjL'KU'>
; leased and thorougly; refitted the this was true after the rendering of ugly habit. I>un't bend back at the BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. havea and pas-engMS to and (nut all t:-.
. GENERAL ft. A. ALGER has been : large stock of dressed studdingand j leN. residences and tram-, diy ,*
each successive number waist under the impression that jon '
, Ponce De Leon Hotel, 110 East Intendencia night.
elected to the United States senate i joistGet their prices before
Creatore demonstrated his are tht'r..hy'alklll ervctly. It throws
i by tbe legislature of Michigan. Senator street. secret. He throws sheer abandonment : great- the stomach forward and Is almost as buying. d61m | Prompt & Reliable Senice Guarantee!
1 Alger is quite a wealthy lumberman Mr. Beau is. an experienced hotelman inimical to grace as round shoulders.
to the winds. He becomes lu We also conduct a Freight Delivery "-
i whose home is iu Detroit. Finally don't allow yourself to walk
and promises the comforts of But the MONEY TO LOANAt Bu..ine-haul! pianos. .mfca
He has large interests inVest FlorIda dicrous-grotesque. originality "pi igpoii ttx'd"-that I Is with the toes' machinery and furniture at Iteacomi.
I and it is only reasonable to expect home to either transient or permanent of his methods as a conductorcan turned! in or straight You can never the Loan Office of W. R. Meriwether able Prices.

., that he will be keenly alive to boarders. Associated with him only be realized from a personal be graceful movement while you da llllriouth: Tarragona street. I Telephone your ordn to F. K.

our needs and welfare as well as will be Mr. R. M. Gray who ha acquaintance with them and his It is always hard to tell what to 110with You can need net at any the sum lowest of money of you in I, Pou's Livery Htubles: : I'h.niH :H.l or
hands. may rate :Mrs. H. H. Hallmark' Ker-iJcnee
influence both his the The natural to
hypnotic way
those of his home state. Our delegation been long known as one of the best over terest. You can be a-sured of fair : Phone 3Z4.MERCHANTS.
have them
of banging; at the or ,
musicians and audience is
in will find iu him corps treatment and strictly confidential:
congress hotel keepers in this section. limst'ly ('cl.Kiod In front. Is not beautiful -
business relations. TRANSFER CO.
to the least.
an influential friend and one ready to _.- unprecedented, say very jTtf I .
and to have them !glued to the sides
. assist them in securing such legislation KINI>LY TAKE NOTICE that Ely' Tbe fourth number, "Reminisc, as far as the waist line and then Lent i M RS. H. H. H A LLMAKK 1'roj

as may from time to time be required Liquid Cream Hahn is of great b ne- I ences of Icotland.'a:: made up of in at the dhow J Is not only awkward In RARE BARCAINS. i! BAlmy HALLMARK, Transfer A/t;

in our interest. fit to those sufferers from nasal catarrh a series of difficult compositions itself luit t'le\ates the shimMirs In a L. & S.n. It. ('0.,J'.an.lH.A A. III\
*'' ___ woo cannot inhale freely I characteristic of the land of the I I ' through the nose, but must treat rich black hammock lands
Bay two
< THE executive committee Hamilton them-elves i thistle, playing successively "Green \\' try to oli.ite the difficulty l Joy
by spraying. Liquid
II mile- from :Milton particularly
f, county is stirred to indignant I Cre-tin Balm Oitlt-rs in form, but not, Grows The Grasses O'," "Annie l carr Ins SORHthing. such as a p.I'tt.- adapted to pccanThis land jnin-1 TIN:
the medicinally, from the Cream Balm 1 ui;>nniie ur a ptl'a jl.
protest! by receut action of the Liurie, "John Anderson My Joe the celebrated Cn'filar i pt-cau grove
governor In appointing a county I that hai stood tor years at the headof "Kiu: Bells of Seotliud" with greatvarnatlane 'Hid i is partially clehred.
\ ''J j&tOtY&t Gnij t y
,:. treasurer for mat county with ut11j remedies for catarrh. It iliaLt'. ', i : ), "Around The Heather," Croiune Two hundred and eighty acres
u-I d in any tiu-ul atomiz-r. i'liepri&e I |I On the morning of the 1st of May, 100 acres elf',re J, 7 niil-s from Milt l
.CJUs-ultiiig said executive committee iiicludhitr a s-prayiug tube, i hIT and closed with a beautiful render-'l 1CU7, tin if occurred an incident that. ..n. 3.j miles from the nulroicl; .>n ,
as to their choice or even notifying ) ct-. Hold by dru/tU; and mailfU -. ing jf the familiar "Auld Ling I afterward Yellow River at Faulk'a Kerry Wlmlosil 1 (' and
; : Broiherr | unnoticed the time. proud .
; them of his intention so to do. John by Ely 56 Warren 1 Sans;." As an encore, Creatore favored -. I of the turning iioints of his- Well watered and witn good dwellings Krtilil I Jroror-..
I atreet, > ew York.FLOWERS to <>i.e
outhou-HS and fencing.Ihere .
:ii"I W. Caldwell was elected treasurer I -- the audience with a masterpiece [ tory. Eight immigrant ships lay in are 4') ucrfs of cypress in 1I1\lItll\H1U., OK
: at the lat election and he bus re- sacred music, "On Jordan'sBanks. the ready to sail A body ofiIgritia this tract wnrth the price (if the

r1 signed. The governor has appointed :! FROM ." i : wcie about to embark and 1 1i whole. 'I hi; land has been grown : Family, Fancy and Staple

1 W. H. Green to the office. The The fifth number was Sousa's "El| i Oliver CrouweH! and his famous cousin. extensively to cane and large profits .

. committee a..k'h Jolm 1I.lIlll'tl'n. were among lliem. mide. Therf. nre. liooacreioffmcfupa urocenes, <
such IM-.U? I JERUSALEM !' Capitau pltjed with numberless ? %
'I' Rut they were stopped: at the landing: !\ p. adjoining, which is free.Eightyone .
i Why not jive the people a chance I variations. It was plainly an improvement '! 3 miles north of
acres and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fancy
., hailleerctl
by a url of !; ! ,L to say whom they wautea?" lithe I -- I on the great Freuchmati's: :, that his subjects should\ not 1 abo- with! good llOn .., well and Goods.
committee will consult their file of I ( .2niuz: fei ponds. I Ibis tract i- ,
t E. Greenblatt, a merchant of Tarragona work. Ii j lease r.ngland. Cromwell stayed, and valuable in connection with !stock WP are Hole Distributors for We'
iI TilE NEWS for the tnouthoCO.tobt-r. !street, received ye-terd i Mme. Barili, lyric soprano, responded with LItn, as MacauUy! wrote.tajcd raislijir. The wood loud timber will Florida for the Ubratd Cafe dt.
1802, they will find that on October to a second and third encore the eul genius of the house of Stu.irt" pay for clearing tttid also for the Monde CotTep, Sweet Home Molis -
2nd the executive committee of Es- half a dozen sptcimens of lowers I favoring those present with | Had Cromwell and his friends, been allow land. >s, Illini and Climax )o'ollrB( t"c isle -

If cambia county published their re- I from Jei tt-alem and other portions "Home Sweet Home" the !second '! 'cd to carry out their project of ctn- No s-urh bargain as this has yet Delicatessen German Am e r it"
Food Co.'s Canned Meats Ktc.: All
; ,
I t port on the action of the governor in j jof I the Holy Lind. Home of the ti'iie. This lady has a sweet voice-I j igr.ttioii the whole history if the Lng-; lands been; have offered been to cultivated purchasers.for year The of which are told hv all first-clai-

t appointing a judge of the criminal. flowers are of the same specimensthat one calculated to win anywhere. I hishiril war might have remained un- and I kuowhat they will pioduce. Retail Grocers iu the city.
4/ court of Escauabia without I WiiUen. They are convenient io markf-t and .
county : The program was concluded with .>.
1 is generally mentioned in the | t)2.tiO I flOI:1: II \1.-\ I .oxPENSACOLA
I will be sold
consulting them. In a later numberof a succession of martial music selec- a bargain on account
A M in lit Quotation. of owner euiraiing in other business.For .
i Bible and Oreenblatt exhibits them i
- THE XiWS will be found in full i!I tious, illustrated with musical fireworks I, An attache of a religious bookstore : particulars price. and terms,1

I I tbe governor's explanation, which j with great pleaure.iczli. : I I which sent everybody home i I II has spent w' many years of his life address NED FAY. |

. will fit the Hamilton county cae so : : ; NO ClUK un, .NO I>.\Y. I in a state of mental elation, and cer- among theological: volumes that he is J9f 1'el -acolj, FI.!. |I

! completely that nothing further Your drugxUt will refund your money If tainly gave an impression that will ) Scriptural or nothing but he sometimes
; 1 need be said in the premises.. It i* PA/.) OIMMKNT fails to cure Ringworm, 'I not soon be forgotten. !i evolves a misfit When his attention Ache. Pressing; Club
i called the other day to a rose! neatly Never ensure this trouble. U-e
" was at
I a weedy shutiie that the boys down letter ma L'lcersaiid Sores. 1'nnpks and I Creatore is great original bizarre, !
KlHckUrtuU. on the face and all skin diseases I attached to the lapel t.f his coat and once the remedy that stopped it foi'
i i'l in Hamilton should be denied the ou cents.FREE grotesque His engagement; here I an insinuation thrown out that a lady Mrs. Jf. A. Webster. of Winnie, Va. | FOR GENTLEMEN.

! t xhileratiug excitement of a fl. ht ,_ _.n'__ will never be forgotten and not a friend might; have hat something to Ill) She write: "Dr. Kind's New Life

over the county trea-urership. but AGGINA word of complaint has been heard. I with it. he paralyzed the Insinuator by Pills.wholly cured nm of sick head
1 V 110M. f aches. I had suffered from for two
.' J that seems to be the governor's way saying; "No, sir; I gathered that rose 'earj." Cure Headache, Con-tipa-'i One Dollar Per Month
'f of doing things. It's our turn to from uiy own vine" and fig tree." tion Biioune-s.! ::;:;c. at W. A.D'Altmbtrle's .

i. laugh. ._ Competent physicians will be in TIM MURPHY. I J. drugstore, 121 KouthPalafox I. In Advance to Membership,

-- attendance at the ollice of the City One of the most charming pei- : Hi"* Otrnpntlon."What street. I Clothes Cleaned and Pressed .

j Iii.i rbu%lun of ."'I.urili. : Phypiciin, over the Ullce of tneSouthern forma lice.. of the -ea-on will ba: "Old ; ha\e ton ever done for your 1 often as de..ireij. Your <(<:l'.tt.!: -
IJ The record of the year jut ended I Tim (-wintry f' asked: the indignant dUZl'lI.i Split for and delivered. CIII itt
I Expre-s Co., from 9:0) a. Innocence. as presented by IN YOU WANT GOOD BOOKS
i iI "
, 9 will\ show a marked change in the i :\ \" started to count up. ans.eied '.,* rijuth Palafox and Join th.
tr hi the Murphy at the houe to-night. i
m. 7UOp. m. every day opera I tL' "Too I Club.flips'.
practical jM.iitician.
t share: which the various ports have I Mr. has for CHEAP NOW IS
I week. Murphy : many: years busy limKug: out what my countryaim THE

4 had in the distribution of the exports I i hey will Tj/jclnate: all citizens, 1 been recognized; as one of the beat I, ,1.> for me."-Washington:: :Star.Milurd Ldilui' ridlii Pbii skirts d tlibi Cnppi| :'.' >

(.f the United States. The Gulf I who apply, free of charge. All are I icoirediins of the American btage. i ii i TIME TO BUY

: ports show a falling < II of about 13 '!urged to avail thems-eltes. of this i This statement U net intended tode- : .\\ nt Inc .\llnr.Mie'.s Yours for Neattie-a.

I per cent in exportation as compared :'olfrr without delay.1'hecermiflcate I tract from Godwin Rob on. CUne T(!'<;- traveling; uudir an as- THEM, G. W. IRWIN.Hot
f with last year, and the Atlantic I i and other sunitd .
which each person ; one or two great coined- naiiie uo\\ A? we are closing out Slock to make
t coat potts u dt'clillf about 10 !percent I vaccinated: receiveshould be carefully :, ians of our day but 1 iw :Murphy isj Jess- \-u don't say! What: I is it? room for New Goods soon to arrive.
't ; while the Luke and Northern i Ti"HIT IJusl :1II\1'S SLe was mar-
of in roles of
kept as proof vaccinati.nwill : j a unique quantity a sym. I
g4 Bolder pont; show u gain: i of 3 per i, ned je-stirday.Ilschang-:: Nona will be pricd at Chocolatn with
be of vilun
j not only rchuol pathttic nature or to explain more :!
the Pacific ; more tl.n! co-t aud Whipped Cream at Solomon's.
i cent coast ports a gain ,
children bat: to all\ who arc working; I' definitely he is the grand master of -

of 10 per cent, and the Mexican | ill factories aud other pieces where grand master of the pathos of come- |j I Have you; seen those shaving many below. For in- .

;t' Border ports an increase of 25; per a number of persons are employed.VM. i idy. The "strange art which makesus : stands and music cabi- innance we quote .

,I cent. These marked contra-t in \ HAY:::;, laugh with one eye and weep nets at Marston $ Quina's. I 5 Vol. Set Mead's Works .. ..$I.OQ STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

, which the ports tributary to the Atlantic 2Uj5 City Health Otlicer.Srcret with the other but since Tim Murphy Just o \"01.iet: ITem t/ Book$1 00(J

show a reduction and those on became a star he has appeared the thing for a Christ- I 5 Vol. feet Ewing'-j Works.$100| r i

the Pacific or fronting upon contiguous I 'IIII' of Long Life I in many roles suited to his personality mas present. 501.. Set Cooper's riea Tah: ...fl.tHJ J I J tween Pei.hacola and IlituIt.aItun"
;iI territory show an iucrea, Consists in keeping all the main 'I lUily "i.'f|>i Suiulay.
I I and geniu,, but none so eminent. 5 Vol. /iet: McCauley's Hi-toryof
oriiuns of the body in healthy regular :
$4I are in keeping with the geteral I action and in quickly destroying Iy great as "Jason Green," in the Do you want a magnificent watcf England :.-$1.00 "CITY OF: TAMPA."
trend of the year's commerce iu deadly disease erms. Electric play he is offering this season, hencewe for little money? If BO, call ot |13 Vol. ttet Shake-pear... .... .. .$1.W 1
which exports to Europe show I Hitters regulate Stomach Liverand .., Milton 8.:"iam LTlVD,scola.l:iH'pm
13 Vol. Set
will see him at his best and thatmeans Stephens tbe jeweler. He will ac. :::;bak"pear.$3 60'I r FenaoI,5'aui' Ar Milton &ij>;pm

marked deline and those to the contiguous :Kidneys, splendid, purify appetite.the blood They and work give a treat not enjoyed very of- commodate you. 15 Vol. Set Chambers' f:ncycloFr1ia | rare. >*; Round trip.SI:'.).

territory at the north and wonder in curing Kidney Troubles, ten. .$50()II<

south a marked growth. Exports to Female Complaints Nervous Diseases -I Hot French Waffles with \"ol.l'et Bulwer's Novels....$3 (I K(;

Europe especially were affected by Constipation Dyspepsia and: REPERTOIRE Florida Cane Syrup at 12 Vol, ret Hcott's Novels.$3 (it:: [ JEWELER IN HIS

tbe crop failure of last year since Malaria.'igorou4 health and Solomon 12 Vol. Bet T. H. Arthur. .. .... .fifx

breadstuff! and provisions form the Only strength 50c.always, guaranteed follow by their W.u-e A, The Oalveston Daily News, Sep. -. ----- 1 \01. Set Prescott.... .... ...... .ii''j NEW STANDI

large proportion of the sales of the. D'Alemberte, druggist, 121 outl:; tember 1, 1902. has the following: You will consult your best interests 4iH other volumes of other Standard; I

United States to that part of the, i l'ahillx street., "The Peruchi-Beldeui Company: | by going to O. M. Pryor if you Works at equally low prices.
world while our to Asia want furniture. He i is: in position to I
; exports I opened a engagement; at the I'I I store tf
'I I have my jewelry
Mexico and Canada were less atf-ct.. No Gripe Pain Grand yet rd1Y. playing 'The i:, sell cheaper than any other hou e in 1'' 120 South Palafox formerly occupied -
ed failures, since manufactures Mrs. the city. COE'S BOnK STORE.
by crop | YOUPK Winthrope' and the --_ by B:1": & Co., and am n"W,
., form the bulk of our sales: to Or discomfort, no irritation of the in?- 'Slaves of Bus-li.' The is ,
testi:ies-but senile,prompt.thoroui!1 company : j'can get house Ul.'Jiiiiili ralaf.ix hirfer, better prepared than ever to jfiv--
those parts of the world. Hence the iicaiijmi cieausmg.: wnea you Uk,e'!' a capable OLe and made a hit with 'PENBACOLA bargains in diauionJs,watchfI -
decrease: in shipments through Gull; t I the audience. The carries furnished complete at Marion FLORIDA*
company I .
!:: Hood's jewelry etc. Call and see me am.I
and Atlantic: ports and the increase : Pills ;scenery of its own for roost of the Quinn'soneasJ paytments .' Gunther's I
Try Candies al t; let me convince yon.
n those through Pacific ports audi i: I SvJ by all draggists. 23: cents I act" The specialties and every- weekly or monthlu Solomon I J. LtiTEPHENS.

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THEOBIKit ABOUT FOOD. 1\1'0.. oeoa. fJji.'v.h r
SALARY SHOULDBE r: w. O. O'NEAL, President;' M. E. CLARK. Cashier; t '::-,. .ij

WS OTES1 Alto a Few Facta on the Game BnttJr ct. I. J. FOSHEE,Vioe-Presidant; JOHN PFEIFFER, Au't Cithltr. :t l ;t!

RAISED $ We hear much nowadays about

health foods and hygienic living, AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ; d:

-- about vegetarianism and many other ,

fads along the same line. OF PENSACOLS, FLd. + r'
Sew. .
Eat 1r IJaHy; articles which W. A. Higgins and daughter of Restaurants may be found in the i

I hive read appeared the discussing Omaha: Neb., are here today.J. larger cities where no meat pastryor Designated Depository of the United States. : ;I. :J t ;ti.

tine recently C. Anderson of Caryville the coffee is served and the food Condensed Statement at the close of business Nor 26, 1902. ; .t
..tjHI of the mayor's salary crank U in his glory, and argumentsand :
the qll widely known timber dealer, Is at RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. {:
with those who think it theories advanced t ::
a111 agree the Merchants. galore to Loausand Discounts. ..... ..... ....... ... 1142,921.81 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ......... .... $200.000X0) a

aid( be rai-ed. One hundred dol- prove that meat was never intendedfor Overdrafts Becuredand Unsecured........ 2,301.17! Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...,.. .. .... 20,000.00) Ii'' .
!: little for President Wm. C. O'Neal, of the human stomachs, and almost U. 8. Bonds and Premiums......... ..... 213,806.87 Undivided Profits................ .. .... .... b'o9o.34' '41.;

ju.a month N i mighty pay American National Bank, is in New make us believe that oar sturdy ancestors Stockssecurities, etc... ...... ............ 2.62500 Rediscounts....... ..... ..... ... ....... .... 10.287.61 ra y:
efficient w.i.vor such as Pensacola York en business. Furniture and; Fixtures. .. .... .... ...... 6,718.48 Circulation.. ........ .... .. .... .... .... .... 125,00000 .1't' .
au 1 who lived four score years in [ R. .. .... .... ... ..... ..... 6382 Deposits..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 461E04.35 ." .,
,>* -1'L>)0k at what he has Two vessels were coming up the robust health on roast beef, pork and Cash andEttchange........ ..... ... ... ...... 1S3.M3.12 J t

dine ;jrt:: city, and then say If you bay early this afternoon. They were mutton mast have been grossly ignorant ,' ., ''j f.. 4iJ. '

ciatiitwWlJPer) month is right a Norwegian and an Italian bark. of tbe laws of health. Total..... .... .... ...... .... ...... ...... $822,382.30 Total... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... ... S22,382.:0 j ..' r,
Our forefathers had other
Wile! he b& not closed up theh Atlanta men at the Merchants today This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
do than formulate theories about your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. .' ,I
or the gambling are H. P. Walter, Ben Moss W. It :
the food they ate. A warm welcomewas '
A. Love, Ross Hunter W. J. Comer. 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON l ,
iburish Increase and TIME DEPOSITS. '
den-. which(;! extended to any kind from baconto ; 'I 1

wai !J.t.le fcas: succeeded In closing Hon. John Eisan arrived early acorns .'

and some of the cheap this morning from Washington, D. A healthy appetite and common ;1- 'iG
!lponi B. H. FAIRCHILD
tas: C., where he was called on legal sense are excellent guides to followin W. & COjG. W. & CO '
,.a-uud-iy::: and unless a man .,, GS n
club: business. matters of diet, and a mixed diet l71'8Q: TEREEL: : 1l : !

1,3 Home of an exclusive Club The dancing class of Misses O'Leva of grains, fruits and meats is undoubtedly 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. The Style of Dodd" YIj
jikit1'! 0-ceoli, the Progress, the the best a "Dorothy t$ t
; and Lushington will meet tonightat :aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a ,
pis-ii-! C'mcordia, and many oth- Catholic Knights hall. Lessons As compared! with grains! and Specialty. /j LUXURY IN WALKING J'1
vegetables meat the
.. ha13: : go dry on the first day given free. IT
3r. Phone 405. VER mind what old-fashioned tell !
nutriment in a highly concentratedform NE people you-Style ando

,ft:.. w. .-k. He has, with the as Hay Lodge Xo.2)5.: ( Knights of and is digested and is: assimilated Oomfort can live together in a pair of shoes.! The "Doro- ;

Ki. "f two special, officers, and Honor, will install\ officers tonightfor I. more quickly than vegetablesand R. K. WHITE o thy Dodd" proves it. Q: ,!i& '

..."-r uf the Board of Public the ensuingye'ir.. After installation \ grains.Dr. They are the utmost height of style. They are shoes of ll'(1n.d I Ila

ajf aUl.' :-v. r.iu4htseveralburglars.; He a bouquet will be given at Nick I Julius Remmon on this subject Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler nine distinction. The highest praise you CUI give a shoe I to SJY "Gt i iI

I I Apostle's restaurant.A j : "Nervous peoplerun I and Graduate Optician, "It has the I> Jdd." t
I says persons ; Style of a "Dorothy :
> : ;
i. iii- d a stone fence, like unto aear I t: !
I Talent Social and Chicken PIP I down in health and or low vitality p. d. .
yard to be put around the IS South PtUfox: St.. Pensarola FlaJ. Yet the "Dorothy D:>dd" 11 the most comfortable shoe ever !

): : :!' !Supper will be given by the Ladle' I should eat meat and plenty of i I 1 ___ __ ___ made! ....You long: to walk for the pleasure uf walking It a d ':
v .r \,, a.d taken: down the wooden of the Universalist church at MissHeine's it. If the digestion is too feeble at I c c holds the foot firmly around the instep and the unsupported 0 t t' .

I Ii first it be corrected I arch.. .. .. You escape the "slouchy" gait which comes with some i -K(
f, : >and :Seville Square; built a II Musical: Academy, Thurs- may easily by N. ANDREWS '' 1. ,
I I ( ; shoes. It gh'eslDew poise to your body in walking. Your car ; i : I
i A f fine stone sjJe-walk, where'i d ty evening, Jan. 22 J. Admission, the regular use of Stuart's Dyspepsia ( riage is more light and graceful. ; A[
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Tablets after each meal. Two of !"I j/'l .
I tioc.; An excellent being
f, W UM it, and a line drive on Nintha' program *< Headquarters for & :
arranged, will be announcedliter. \ the e exc'lle: it tablets taken after ((;J Just Try One Pair. They Cost 300. I ) "j

i? which, while it is too dusty iudr. dinner will d gest several thousand SEWING MACHINES.

.. ?,'. ather and too muddy in wet I grains of mea eggs or other animal 1o Q

vi 11t icr. between times it t U a daisy. Carl Elfel, a, deserting steward )i food in three hours, and no matter REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT c .

from the Norwegian ship Servia how weak the stomach may: be, no I :a t. !
J{, i .I;-he has: -well, made alls arrested U. S. Deputy I .
was today by i
trouble! will /bo experienced if a 1:1flU'" Palafoi fo-beet
-t. and many improvements, andb :Marshal Wharton on application of i 1
is made of --'
regu r jijjtctice using === :: = -
Vice Consul of the Kingdom of -I :
b <-s found. the microbes in the Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets because I

w..r. Now I say a mayor that is Sweden and Norway, and placed in I i they supply the pepsin and diastase FOR SWEET .. a
the county jiil j to !await the sailing 0ij !
| to perfect digestion and
.:' to accomplish all this, in lesst necessary
of his ve5*el. | form of indigestion will be
an two years should be well paid, I' every ============ i : 1
!Several officials of the !Southern i overcome by their use. CHARITY'S SAKE -

111..11 i for one, hope the council will Express Co. are at the Merchants today I That large class! of people who ij ?

M-e the salary at its next meeting. They are W. V. Custer of Mobile I come under the head of nervous dyspeptics -- GREEN WATSON & CO. .

s TAX PAYER. route agent; Lucian Minor of | should eat plenty of meat ,

!! u_ ____ Nashville, district superintendent, | and insure its proper digestion by REBEKAH LODGE I. O. O. F. ASKS I- .... ",. JI y -' I
C. !S. Pohlm.ui and H. W. Falls, aloof j I the daily use of a safe harmless digestive ,

h. Laxative P.rorao Quinine Tablets Nashville, secretary to the medicine like Stuart's Dyspepsia AID FOR UNFORTUNATE ..,. j \I ,
: n..ture on every! : a .
superintendent Tabets: composed of the nat HUMANITY.The !...........>t o................o.................. ,1 1'i i's .

ural digestive principles! pepsin, i {

Poisons accumulate in the system diastase, fruit acids and salts which
when the kidneys are sluggish- actually perform the work of diges Rebekah Lodge, I. O. 0 F., i k ;
blotches and bad complexion result- tion. Cheap cathartic medicines J 4it'

take Hood's !Sarsaparilla. masquerading under the name of will have a social meeting this -()

evening at 8 o'clock for the II i i \ ;
-- -- dyspepsia: cures are useless for indi- ; purposeof I ,

gestion they have absolctely co securing some much needed provisions E1.rGGFIES: }.; ..

\BY m PEUS COLA CLASSICAL MAPJTIME.CLEAH ', Affect upon the actual digestion of : for the I. O O. sanitarium .. te r\ ,

food. .
SCHOOL MIGHT. Dyspepsia in all its forms i i.* ;simply : I in Florida. This institution; it maybe : ....A T THE.... ','" i ii

I --E 0. a failure of the stomach to digt..?t stated, is a home for indigent individuals I

I fir fiC Manchester('orporaIICln.J-.I\: .Heith .food and the ;sensible: way t) solve I I as well as the more unfortunate i REPOSITORY.i : ;
by iulf Ir.mslt Co for Krrm.'nsitb lrt'4 BEERS' CARRIAGE \;
fly Ctr'i TNt/il of l'-rf >rniing :
; s llr ball cotton. 1",.",;0 rd hales! cotton. II.- ;: the riddle and cure the dypep-ia is ones and it i* far from being 1\1
F.I irtt. isuskscottoiikfxit. meal], KKHJ bus wheat, ; make meal time of
introduciug: ; L'aijiurnu' in ,'alu..ll\t $'iV>i.\tl IS i to daily use lit a self-supporting. The privilege of ;-T-- .

."\'pr.llnelulJ: up-to; .dite cyelops.JruiJ Br Sa t<"lopu..I.jKurl'c.\ ., hv lh. Suth- : preparation line Stuart's DypepshI ;: I ;
eriandlnnral'n furAvvnutouibwlth loltrl answering: an appeal from such a I have accepted a position as general malinger of the extend -e
( : .tiii by 1'rnf. Kethoveu 8 ft lumber. T5i'iiiio; g ft sawn umber, valued I Tablets which is endorsed by the business Wm. Johnson & Son and "I US I' close out my entire I I'
i at J10.7WI l i medical profession;: and known to source !eug;;est: the sure reward as stock of Vehicle- before February, 1. If want thi- iitheOPPOItrUXITYOFALIFETIMK i I''
(Cintiii! | lciiit-rg( upon; an instru111'Mlt I lir ss WIIH.or, h".I. I' H Key. j I : you a Buggy, :i .,'.
of tell string; s..r.t to fur UeiiDH wttti, ,'\\';, iu g ft sawn j contain active digestive; principles I contained in the scriptures that- : to buy one at your owns I
l I tinil,',"Iu..d at (:.M>.!:5Itul I -- _____________ price. I have a very fine assortment and the first corners: will get ; }i
TOrpheus! ( of the New World, hkPndren'.onrarlby H Hairs "For I was an hungered and ye the choicest bargains. t ': '
1 ("n for Tuui.wlttt 17><,i..lS ft lumber, Ji'O.'MKI' i
r f "ll"tti-d b..- J. I'It'rpnnt1..rJ.ul and s ft sawn tlmb..r.'alu,11 al Jl.vU gave Me meat: I was thirsty and ye t Respectfully, nlx D. mlus.: : ,' 1 .r

('I!,' inn-,'y M. I-[>ew in a short va- IN MEMORIAM. gave Me drink : I was a stranger; and \Ii' ". .
. riivkn'li:, il'ii-tntcd( by epigrams SAILED.Rr ye took Me in; :..........................N.NIN...........: ',-4 4 "; :
sa t<"lopln.lIBurge.s; \ for Mobile '
i.f I'r'i: '! ml, I In loving remembrance of my be- "Naked, and ye clothed Me: I was ;
loved bu-band, Harry: L. Taylor, ,
'1'c Si'icIi-t\ : of the Telephon I THE SHIPPING. I who was drowned in Pensacola Bay sick and ye visited Me: I was in D. HALE WILSON ,'j:i > )

f in-thini; 111'\\'. Miid eleviting.ii ; off the United States revenue cuttorI prison and ye came unto Me." I I

< .l">naiid .Aljihon**, with thir I VhSSKLS IN FOKTSTEAMSHIPS. I Penrose on January 2J, luol, two Bedding, towels, sheets, handkerchiefs :

11\\ .' -,". from years ago today. :
'II'rrju.t t one nuht\ I and all conveniences for aninvalid's Real Estate and Rental Agent I IJ
I tnl-s thee "
How none can guess
at i.i-* liri
i wtou Co-t1!UCttinal Spun Alicia. Ill": Lu arraga,to GuU Transit ... ,
Thy cb..rlullllOl. thy snit caress home; dimes dollars, goodI
CoGer !
Sit: : ,:..trlum.1 I 1 call1u\.r erase to grieve;
Kj'Igia. l..'I. 15ehren, to W L Wittlch i Hut only iru.t 111 him ahoy, Jalf: South I"alafotrt.'t: : .t :;
'IM. Co I books magazines-all will be '. i
lirli I I lViinT.ickfrri i in !j For mercy and t'tern"llo\'e appreciated -
I.t Nor Hydra Ml, Knud>ento Gulf Tran My sinking heart rellete. TELFPHONE NO. 234. PENS4COLAFLORIDA. i :
W i df'rrul One-Horse 'hez. Co | and promptly forwarded to i}
MRS. H. L. TAt LoR. .. .
Span Leonora lm!, Bustlnza to Gulf I I
1 Villigp S.'iionl! a; c >nduffttdI Transit I'u (.oranstowaMd. tilt institution.A I"'; .
I M 1 | Kr Manchester Corporation,:I." Heath REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP. I .
-- VneIiipt PrNciU I'mnro-e. to Gull I ransit I'o I plea-ins!? program is promised. I .., f. ... "
t. M ling with the grand/ | mystic Kr: an..h..t..r Inventor, 1'ITJ! Tarry, to I A Little Bey's Life Saved. ,I ,. I 11-! .
1 Gulf;I'rniiMt i o Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's I I '-- I I"Ii .'
'. -I f DOlif'II: '"r X"nacrechht'kovinhiulPri Kr' rhornly, Is-.1;, Major, toW L WittlchA THE MARKETS. Swamp-Hoot: the :great kidney, liver I have a few words to pay;: rcgardingChamberlain's : I I ett ''.' II
\ .1 i >" < o i .
as4i"tMog'H HI .d ,
Vlrcenzo Honanno, 2i'4l lioloiiia, to and bladder remedy, are heiuir distributed Cough Hemedy. ,, t)' ,. .
: thn Chinese, Won- illlf I'THIiSH I O here from house free. Have saved my little boy's life and I feel I II I I 1" ,", ..
i: '-atVn alive." Br Wlndsur,10'ltuothto Gulf Transit Co you received one? that I it enough. I hoto f If I
cannot praise
I COTTON REPORT. !firtiiic ( r'ophc9, ;
siiirx. '
1 e Stupendous: Sublime! I I I II I 1 .
It Ell: ,, 1:"!1. Oiiptn. murder bought a bottle of it from A. E. -ere "
'i. .'... Br King 1'"uuty, :.'I" l Halter, to orderIt THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL
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.111 free.av I i i
Trojan K.'l, berlalotte, to orderUAUK4 I Reported for THE NEWS by D. F. I of Goodwin, S. D., and when I got I 'iOI-2 S. I'al..t'trt'f't.. l I..
home with it the poor baby could I II
t+Ii Idr, \\ five Lowe & Co. i iJ I
lo L- ;
na.unuonnciinent Itnl.hlo.. us}, Fr...tto, to 8" S L('0 I FORF.rASTHalo late to-night! j hardly breathe I gave the medicine I II I t Why pay fancy price for furnii t.
"1111":- of :a 'I Ital Koci-ioiii 1tetelloe4'I, Kainere, to II I Spots. aud Saturday fr..11 uotJ.ellit; w iud, I as directed every ten minutes until ,: ture and //iou.e j :'o .. .. ... .. i furnishing! goods ;j4
I Good Middling. .... 8 3-1 4 I I "threw up" and then I thought ure
t ,I
will Ital I'ristoforo Coluinbo, S3.!, Lutgi, to : ,
at surely lengthen UIl'H.lIult'",,,.. [ Strict Middling .. ... ... ... ..s ii )-S he was going to choke to death. We when )Merriwether at 111 South/ { ;' '

,' I lIy! Editor O. H.Downey j Nor It l:>Dom'are,.l>"il'o',;.C Larsen
: I -,'". IinJ. "I wi.-h to I Nor Klra. '..\\, Netl.n ,101'1 !' Shottcr ('u Strict Low lidJliug..S 5-U; I' .... ..?.... ...._. IfidegreetI mouth in great lUll,! strings.; I aui you want at your own price., t i 1 !.t',
I han Friten'horg, i.v,. Kf-foy, to orderNur I po-itive that if i had not not that' t. 'J. ,
nltt: .-, "that Dr.1Iug'Sry Ht-nrik Ih.I'II..II'I..I..rc. toorder Low Middling. .. .. .. ... .. STone I' bottle of I1JHJidf1(1. t' '
\ \ for Consumption; I.I i ii i.. II It Manin, Mo..o, S.TII. to FII 1U>,,\! A CoItal I, Temperature: Elsewhere : cough my boy : '
Maria l'ellaTudGuardtutoRosasco. : Steady., i wiuld not be on earth today.-JohLDtMoxx
it ;
i dUb!*. remedy that I r.ron I !MIn Max. luwood, Iowa. For sate i MONEY TO LOAN .f:
j: SorMunter.t'i..tuelltnordrr: I l'lI1l'It";". AtlinU. ... ._._..E4 4'5 by all druggists and medicine dealer :
> own for Coughs, Colds Nor Morpf, l.Ut; \\axbull. to 1'ensa- j :March .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ..".: '1 Iti-iimrtk ._- -.. -rt 10 t.:
I '.> ii-valuable to people I' cola Luiiilx'ri'o : Chicago ... ...... ..._.._......_. W :Ir1I -. On the most reasonable terms and 'r. I
Jial Miro till, Parma to order I !: I Ciueiuualt..............___: I Mr I tt' !"
without :
\ \ i 1.1':< Having this won- I hat Manning '>,ilurio, to boars Duawodv I -- GBlve.tote.--.,,. 44 1\11 The finest line o! sterling silver publicity.J.
: iii'no one tired dread, NAV.Ui SiOl.ftJ* N311sI 171. Huron ._._?_. -4 44 goods and silver novelties; is to be i: W. ItULLARD, w
orderIt .
I : SMKan.n
J Northern Empire.arri.'Bazetoto' I Jacksonville 4.
"i Consumption. Its re- I >ulra .1..Llrtl. wa, Cotisinhere.: to order >.tty._..._-_._.....V4 84 t'ouudutJ. I. H'.ephens': Prices to 2512 South Palafnx L'p-Stairs. I
i tin! cure certain." \\'. Reported Dully for Toe : "*.. b, Key West! _.. .._..........-........ M TilMrtnpblS J. A. WIL' Manazer. I :
:- Ue, 121 "outh Palafox A u't roiehicb.MiI.' M ands k. to order Union Naval Stores Oo. "__'_"__'_ ...__ -2 M please;: all. lor. \:
1 It IVusdCfla, ter', Mmonctie, to Parodi A Mobile .__..__.11. 5"Montitomerv -
.. iiitee< every Woe. and #l.tiO .,811f. __ XI fill .f'\.f'r
: -i 1\ f bottles free. CoItal Padre. W9. Olivarl. to 11 Milan 4: CoKr New "rl"au. ._-___'. *' 6" g PORTLAND CEMENT a OIIKW : .
Kollo'TrJruktfl*. to mafct.r W W __._., H :;l) H__ ..__K d.j I Sew York ._ :\') *'' $2 60 per barrel. A. V. CLUBIN, it
"'in KIG111t'rTEStoN.l NorkJuldl4'7Krogh.: toSSL, CoItal YiG____ 8 'ill G_ .. ...__ ._ I ra Savannah _______ 3T S"1: Corner Bru and Garden :;trtets.: ,
"!lenzo. ,II'. Mmonettl to order.lOJii st. LouIS _. ._..... ;js 4"M NEITHER the captain own. ;1
_._. .. ... 1'( -
;, .orignd. 1'$ulllvan ACCNor N.-__ s s. y ( erg nor conMgnees of tan III* 14
F %< Ki'u-r! conclave: of t ercia.l11. !>eVt>nBen. to order I 1f._..____ a Si E._. .._. .11iIt i Vineeo Honnant *:ll be a:
,\ C".-ur d3 Leon l>mmim- I Am "Sarah" 1) h..11. 4tr!. Loveland to J A ___ \to D. .n'__'_ 1 II; Qoldring's No. 3 saloon at the CLOSING OUT. tracted the responsible of mUd for v"h6pl.debt con- I t!

,'. No. 1. Knights: | Merrill Nor Teutonta.lid.A to Jreges'en, In order 1-___ 2 to C;R below'-1 W Union depot, since its opening, has; Merriwether, the Furniture man, by crew A BUUtfiN'O, .j ft

'i eI': mplar, at .:3)) p. in. I ItTrento, li'!i:!. Gotu: .,.o. to orderIt srlal.S TlTtt"r..t.-fJ. become noted as the place to find Gulf Transit( o. Cepts.nConstgnea. 1\. Monday, Jan. 26. I V" U\'I", Ma. iaeai-r, to Ko a co Bro I at lit South Tarragona street is preparing ttJ" t
the best and brands of --- -- --- -
,-_::._ Sojourning Knights tier Wlnd brant.. 121>i. Haase. masiei: New Century Comfort. purest liquorsto : to embark in a new business
Bus Yst&vat,r..Aaltonea, to 8 f Sbottei: I be found in the city. You will Ell H Kit ttie captain.owner_
!-lv Itivitbd.W I Iand remainder of : of Kr si I
L! Co Millions are daily finding a world is closing out aN norpConSigneeS .
(illlli-S, receive polite attention and be madewelcome. I ester Inventorthe will bit
8CHOONERP.Am stuck of furniture and
the bankrupt for dabu contracted
Recorder. Brothers U'3. Kelly to matter jof comfort in Bucklen's( ArnieSalve' I b; tbe crew of said vessel, '
J. H. KELLER, E. C. Am HJalmar, Axrlsen, to master i It kills pain from Burns i household goods at astonishinglylow I'ERRY. r j
Am Linerle. \\ IIson,to masterKr Gulf Transit Co.,
.---- Lillian Klowvett. III.T, Goodwin: to J.1 Scalds, Cuts, Bruises; conquer 3;!1 1 Don't forget to buy the price Consignee Captain 2IJU;

w' t i i irood riano tuner to AMerrlttACo i those nice little -- ---
Ulcers and Fever bores ; cures Erup baby one of Hot Chocolate with .:1T JI ERthecaptan.owners l

!I'. :'-acola: still you hold tions, Bait Rheum, Boils and Felons:;i 'j Rocking Chairs from Afar Whipped Cream at bolo smN ron.ignei>ii of tbe Nor nark '
'ilt-r. Send it in. I have WANTED TO SELL OR EXCHANGE *lil tie rer jun- I t -
removes Corns and WartBe1: t a iston & Quina's. 50c. and. mon's for debts contracted bj ,I
and have tbe of said .a..I. S.t ,
.r- experience I crew
Wanted, to sell or exchange foi Pile cure on earth. Only 25c.! at W' 'upwards. '.lttIHUotF.S. Captain. l ,

-'veral piano factories,. horse;; al d bugfjy, a second hand: I A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 12; _ M. H KULLIVAS.toisignee.Ztljlt : I t
book tible in condition. Address DR. F. E BRUCE
at John-on's;; stored pool )good
to ,.
j South Palafox street. : If you want a DIce present: gIve ------ i
'< flux H. \j3 friend, and look through the NEITHER ; fa
to.ClIAS. I ;0 a go : and resumed ta eaptala. owner -
Has returned
W. PRE?SLEY. --- The finest line of umbrella in tin; ;leant line of suitable articles! al: practice. ;- ;" cor nthe ; I, 1

I G AS'rOn. : : A. ity is at J. I. StepheLs'. Go looat 11.I.: \ Stephens yon surely can find I Office 22'2: West Government St., Meao-iblp rf'tottln'ltJ.. !.hM.-ii r 1'1. c-mtract-will ne 'r, t
H n French Waffles with 3.ars th. I:: LdA Ta Hate Altars l. yltj them. something to please you. If you Salisbury Building.Telephone ed by the cir'' >>t aid vti' sr. .,

!' 'J da Cniie Syrup atSd : 9c'a'. i want anything in the Diamond line; I W. L. WKIicbTHE "ro r. HKHI'.K'C."la.lU""J.ltlt H, ;'
1 fie vest /or sure to see him before you buy.
: tuon's. udgin's, oc. I 3e 145. l.anw i t ,

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GHE L VCR OF At the MatrlBOBlal Ofllce.
Agent Now, please state what conditions .A. M.: Avery

BLACX OARD Sour you require on the part of the .

Suitor-A pleasant exterior, : .OOO

t :".. j StomachNo marks dowry, domestic training and <% IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

[ isni. by J. TV. Harrlnstcn.] size gloves. ;

/i have been Hannigan wcs down on his lu k. appetite, loss of strength, I I gel1tlay I ask why you fix upon HARDWARE.

It. 1, times when Blackboards of the right hind were nervousness, headache, constipation tie last named condition? :'

the wild and and the Well, see, a few years
getting: scarcer scarcer 'Suitor- you
bad breath, general debility: sour ris- Iron, Nails.Axes Shovels l SawMill and Steamboat
beasts have November air tad :t w;y of nipping! the ago 1 won six pairs of ladies' gloves \ Paint Oils
and Stoves
,. ings, and catarrh of the stomach are Supplies, Cooking Heating
.. :" mercifulthan been more ears and nose which was not pleasant: all due to indigestion. Kodol cures (%! site, in an exhibition lottery, and Window Glass: Guns Pistols: and FUhinu: Tackle

Ilannigan was a wandering painter. you can't expect me to throw them !
despoiler indigestion. This new discovery represents German. Agate; and Tinware ana llousefumishing G<>o.k
lie had once been proficient as a away.-From the .
human beings and spared the woman I the natural juices of digestionas
cast to them in the arena. It is astonish- of scenery as many of the legends 11'AGENSFOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY-

ing how little sympathy women have ,. which now adorn the Buckeye they exist in a healthy stomach Juvenile Theology Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Knurr

for women. In tb: home the mistress landscape and proclaim the merits of combined with the greatest known tonic Two little girls aged respectively sIx Wheel Co., Liftin 4 Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Ktf-

sees the maid with the signs of suffering pink pellets and condition powders will and reconstructive properties. Kodol and eight years were discussing religious somine, Iron Kin and Buck Stoves and Ratios; Win

she recognizes; so well, but the does not If' -tlfj'. Rum had got the upper band Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion matters, relates the Christian j Coups & CO.'H Raw Hide Lace Leather Jlasury's

lighten the sick girl's load by a touch of of Hanni an. His band was no longer t' and dyspepsia but this famous I Register. The older one said to her Made Railroad Colors.

her eees finger.the pallor In the and store exhaustion the forewoman hichDUrk steady enough to follow the configuration remedy cures all stomach troubles by I sister. "Which would you rather" do. Masonic Temple Punsarola, Fla.

womanly weakness but allows of letters even when they were cleansing, purifying, sweetening and live or die and go to heaven?

chalked steadier fingers, but | membranes "Why," the young one said "I would -.
nothing for them. It is work or quit. out by strengthening the mucous '

Doctor Tierce's Favorite Prescriptionmakes Ilannigan could still paint blackboards j lining the stomach. rather live." Whereupon the older one SAMUEL CHARLES

weak women strong and sick There was a time when around the !; burst out with the emphatic question. ,

women well, by curing the womanly walls of every district school in south-I I "Sarah B., what does your religion Ii

diseases which undermine the health era Ohio there was painted a dark I i ; amount to?"-Troy Times N l i BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
and the strength. "Fa\orite Prescription" ,
sap which the worked out
dado pupils
: on
establishes dries' I
weakening drains heals inflammation their arithmetical salvation. ) Well Debased P REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
I uou't like the looks of thatI I .
and ulctratioii, and cures female weak- Mr. Ilannigan: as he strode along the Mother: I .- j] Wholesale and Retail Dealer Shoes, Leather Findings.PHOMJ ,
cess. tricks was muttering to himself about I boy I saw vou playing with on the :: :

"Whn I Cr; corrnicnccd using Dr. Twrce'smedicines. the perversity of fortune. He had street You must not play with bad : 014. 007 SOUTH PAHrOX STKKKT.

." writes tin C'.eorae A. Strong, of i spent[ nearly his last cent for material.lie !. little boys, you know. I ISou i -
tians-roort. Firatngi Co., N. V "I was suffering
from ftmalr wtaku-*,a disagreeable dram I had been to three schoolhouses, and -Oh, Le ain't a bad little boy, i

btann;.do\\'n tats, weak and tirri; ftelmgall;: in ach he had In-en confronted with mamma. lies a good little boy. lIe's I WICKE&CO.
the ti'ut 1 dragged around in that way for
tw.'' )""-n;,then I began taking your mctiidue.Afcrr I slabs\ of smoothly polished slato which been to the reform school two times, I
IdVins the lint bottle I ban li> feelbettrr 1''f1\"rl'd the wall. The agentof end they've let him out each time on
1 I ,:evrriptinn. too of 'Gol<1e" Mriral Ins- i a Chiciizu scliiMji supply company account of good behavior I II Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
covt 'o:irul of the I'lrasjiu htllcU.'a'.ijtis had preceded Ilannigan and had done ,
<" ne bottl- cf Ir Safe's: catarrh Keinedv. I II ,
I of Certainty. ,
II A !
K P eel like a new person I can't thank you him much injury. At the last school- If'II''eo
(tI, "I ,'y>otir Lin.1 adx-ice and the good!your had smiled WHAT YOU FAT; I "Is you sho' he loves you?" asked
hou'-c the teacher pityingly
.. _
Bae.i: -i tiocc xuc No. i Soath Palaf: Street.
"F 'arit: Fres'iption" makes weak when the decorator talked of the evil Gives Health to the Sick Miss Miami Urown."Is
him. She had and I I sho'!" rejoined the other pity All Rinds Oi Plumbing and Rap Fittings Materials Kept on Haer
which had ,
wo'non strop.;, sick omen well. Accept come upon Strength to tine Wak.
no substitute: for the medicine which unclasped from a long chain which she ingly. "Is I sh, Hidn't he refuse a 'Ur.N..ufWL'a" 'a'apgrvgq rR.a

works wonders for t weak woolen silver mounted rabbit's foot and Bottles only. $1.00 Size holding 2'-' times I invitation to a dog fight so's he could'
wore a the trial I size,which aeaslur SOc. -- --
Ir. Pl rce's Pleasant Pellets are the had insisted the astonished paint come a-conrtin' las' Wednesday night?
i most desirable 1.u.-th4: fur ddicats it. i Prepared by B. C. DeWitt Co., Chicago. I Washington Star. '
er's accepting
I ";Ollil'n.I i .WILL MOYER'S.
Now that Ilannigan was alone again Good Hume Seniie. .. .
'-- his thoughts went back to the little
; Cummey-Mkiduiore has good horse Started Trouble.'Sonic scLooluouse, and the more he thought; John Hheopard.HarKis' Pharmacy

ix' 'i'le 1 know," he began Inn' about the duplicity cf the trustees and Sidney Kanu. sense. WEST SIDE GROCERY
mean he
Gargoylesuppose you
mi (insmiitiii tone, "act very much the slate blackboards the more angryhe
knows how to pick the winners at the
drew from his --- -
! liLo a liotMltMi. became. He pocketthe -- ---

"Who do''" asked[ his indignant and fuzzy fetich which the teacher had HE WORE A STOCK.To races? I HAS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OFFish
Gummey No; I mean he never bets.
suspicious! trrllll.m' [ given him and In the half darkness contemplated -
I. Roe Cranberries Florida Barrel Olives
it with a look of fine scorn. Ills Coaly Vnrlr It Wa SagKentlte Syrup, ,
said-hood"Vcll .a A conceited admires his
man own
" \\, Ilannigan was walking on the railroad Thine. Mackerel Buckwheat Mincemeat and Everything
mistakes because ne makes them.-Chicago -
m' do?" track with the measured tread commonto
A somewhat foppish youth had been
"You stupendous[ ass, that's what Isay the experienced wanderer who avails spending; his vacation at a fashionable Sews Kept in a First-Class Grocery,

I hoodoo)"! Hoodoo] Hoodoo!" himself of that courtesy of the company resort. In the course. of his sojourn he FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS.A .

. you JiH-lfSS' gibbering: idiot that's known as the "tie pass." had purclias'.tl a small supply of up to CASTOR

;He II lit. doVhodo what I'm asking?" : j-ou-who do? Who Ilannigan"Luck!" walking muttered the Ilannigan.track with not"Jim a I date wore till when iitek on stocks a visit. one to his of which irate old he For Infants and Children Car L ad of the Justly Celebrated Majestic Fleur Just Brad!

; i i At last their! friends found them thing in his pocket but a rabbit's foot ', male The Kind You Hate Always Bought .. ,
-- -- --- -
' t' lorknl in a deadly embrace, chewing has a run of luck, hasn't he? Where's "11 din. undo! How's the gout, eh?" I

6 each other's oars, and lung before the that fool thin?':" playfully inquired the light hearted I Bears thOPERAJDOUSE. J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT.

i clt'Tiii fit fxjilanation! was completed Ilannigan took the talisman from his nephew. i of

rnrh had [brew plated tenderly In ali pocket and threw it on the track. It "]low's the gout lilt!('(,'11.** ::1"o\\lrll: I tyslatare VAN PELT BROTHERS

-a > il.;' padded apartmi'ut.-Los An- dropped near a rail, where the glint i the ui.desays the \(\\' York Times, j

II'h's Ih'mld. from its mounting revealed its presence. I gazing at his juvt nile relative! "'sthat -- -- ,

nel- lnrnl'11 PormlKht.; ': Hannigau: stooped as though to infernal tiling round your neck" GARDEN STREET GROCERS,

pick it up again. Then be reconsid "Uhl bh.d.-a l'"lIar"u't
rnll' Is-rul Trask! was one of those I ) a yoaknow. I
I ered. ." Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of
Yainkws, who his neighbursaterril.
f thrifty dollar; '1 ill I I, "No" said he; "don't want it; won'tLave I "I.ih! Stock the deuce: A collar you ONLY ONE NIGHT !
wcriM squeeze a
i: it Let sonic fellow find it who I gal it? Why P'Il look like a donkey! ,

allowlug 'I waif born to be unlucky." looking i/vir a whitewashed: wall:"

t-lmpkrcixr; in a small way but his I Ilannigan: heard a shrill whistle and ---- Friday, January 23. : Fruits, Nuts, and all the Dclicacacics of the Season
v I the rumble wheels. He stepped asidein A Good Caen.'T ,
; busings had n"t provinl in the long; run a mechanical way just in time to Our Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely: on Jetting the
eo itrulitaMe as his several matriuioI'ial I
evade train. He stood for a moment Mr. Tim
a MurphyPresenting Best Freshest and
ventures. which hi l been three I Cheapest.
t contemplating the two fiery eyes
the lastevent
Soon after
which were diminishing: in front of His Greatest :
Ilf the kind had been solemnized i VAN PELT BROTHERS
him. Then he looked around him. iI Comedy bueeei
one <>f his iatiuutes rallied him with: I' ,
"I was crossing! the long trestle! and I
"\\'ell. I.'nclc' I.-rul. beard's how )"ou'dt' I didn't know it," said Ilannigan."Now. "Old Innocence." TELEPHONE NO. 231. ** jt 31 EAST GARDEN ST.
hen an d> ne it aij'in. Ilow'd you !
by gum that is what I call luck
: make out this time 1'ooty well, as :
; : crossing: the trestle with no chance in
'' 111'\1:11. hI' "r'fl' I
I ) the \\til Id to pet off it and spikes on the
drawKnl Uncle Fpsciil Strong Cast !
\\ II. iHjrhlNir.!; Scenery
sides lot the track to make it uncomfortable -
.1 Isrul. in Ins soft ai.d saintly way, "I I INCLUDING The Star Laundry
fors hoboes; crossing the I ,
' lid way's pinity
ymi may
'i jKHity
: trestle ly jinx: If I had Jumped, I 1
I lot vt-H. YiM's, Ili tt}"'s a godly: woman, MISS DOROTHY SHEROD.
would have been drowned in twenty 1I I Biggest Busiest Best I
r:1: I,'xhtml"; :: : a ;godly woman-\\ltU a lootJj ,
feet cf and if I had stayed they
t 1'it.ji't.i :"-NettYork Times. PRU ES-$L50..00J_ _.!''d500- -
!jl1. would never bare! recognized: me except I

for this can of sawdust cocktails. I ONE NIOHTO\LY,
) How Fruit. Art.Tho JAN 27
7 Mtilieine Grief thus summarize Jim Hann'gan, you are an ungrateful I o you know what happens to little TUKSDAY, They Speak

That's foot saved you. and that bad'"
fruit in cu.-s. girls Ire :
-i the Yiiriimt use of lelievingliscaMd
it This is where you I ,. to find out/* Chicago NOW GKT AVISK
loiiiliticiK of the hIHI}'. The i you tlin-w away. "I 1\ d I'm goin' -
a ,< enlargement: of Jim Ilannigan American.A ,
ie U crayon
it list is worth! kt'opinvr. Under the cate Lest forget the Forever Favorite
i : ; going back to find (he only thing I you a for Themselves!
:; : Farce \
: Comedy
tamarind which et er brought: him lack lofty srntlmrnt Mlaplaced."II"tit'sty QJ
It ,
\ I He went back over the\ ties, dodshig is the l '-t policy'O ."
tariiies and plums may be included.\
: [ for the rabbit's "\ ," said !'.-.t.tlll' Sorghum abstractedly
Ponieiiraiiati-s, cranberries, WacXbtTrlos the s-plU: ;:>s. looking S Peck's Bad We let the KhirN, Collars

uiii.ic IwrrUs. ileu livrrifs, rasp-. i foot He tv.uld see no trace of it. He and without! looking up from Boy and Culls we Launder fpeak for

t glanced up in time to see two bulging;: ; his desk! "but are we to be governedin ,
tVrriws. b.irliTri.'s, quinces, pear, wil't. thetll elve"", They will talk louder
I : of red w Inch; were crowing; bigger;; ; i our public conduct by mere (,>1tshl-
I cherries Dud nu-dlars: are astringent; eyes ALL LAUCIIS XOCKY: r i} I than we can. We want to be judged
with every second James Ilannigan ration of poJjr"t'- hilltllll; Star:
't.i 1 Irapfs, 1"\1,':<. strawlx-rrii's. whor- jumped! and shrieked. The "Cantjoa y more by the work we do than: by
JlcU il its prickly pears, black: \ currants I
Jail" was backing down on him, and At n (ilanre."As The Rest Acting Company what we say.
i and hu wi-ils are diuretics. loose- I
lie was in the middle: of the trestle lie a doctor he is a splendid diag- The Best Singing Company !
cnrnmts, -
red and pumpkins
, : and uiflons are refrigerants. IXMII- threw himself; on the track rolled over r.o>tician. i In't he? The Funniest Comedians! ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called for and DsliTErel Free
I within
clasped: the etui of a tie in his arms end "Fine! He can tell at a glance
and stomach Bed- The Best Dancers!
lime apples are
offs, swung;: hiniseli; off: Just as the express a thousand dollars! of how nuu-h a man TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-

i' fithrs.f I I liizzed over his head. .Abo\ him was is worth."-New._Yolk Herald. Come and Laugh With Us !

{if The Gardener 111 rd. the roar of the train and beneath him I Conlun't- -- ridrmtand- It. P1tlCF:*-!.'.. US, 3.1; ami SOc.Keat WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.
the waters of the Hocking were greedily I
f The bight; ..t ').'eUipmeiit of the Hec- I lapping the wooden piles I "This thin* of Bulgarian, : brigands on Sale Saturday at Noon.PeNiehiBeldeni .

f, dmthe iii-tlm-t( In i.s found in holding:: a woman for ransom Is pre- TIME TABLE.
j "Talk about hard luck mutteredthe
'. 1 ird ainlilynrni.s) This "
: the gii h'ner poMerous: uciimedlr.. Meektou'l
\'f native of New 1 Hiking
plain ; wife
I for life by a rabbit's foot anda LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD'
: Its i'0-t on the ground: "That Is my idea precisely. answered
schculmarm's! smile. EFFECT ,
this i
,} muss l/ffuro it and over green Mr. Mwkton. "The Idea of a wo GKKAT SOUTHERN POPL'hUtPltlCK
The trestle was vibrating: beneath
\tft seatttrs bright berries, flowers and I man allowing herself to be frightened'dby ATTRACTION.
tIlt'I I the WiteUt of the train. Ilannigan. Now Orleans and Mobile.
tile ltl\'t'rs wither ""
1 IlIs''I's a lot of common brigands, -Washington -
itfe replaced l by fresh ones. Thehole I IJ with his right arm within six inches of I I Star. Will Open a

: I a sort of I the rail over which were rushing the I No.6. No... So.!. No.., No.l. Not
I ('btalili.Minunt sencs only as I Jan. 26 7:15: a 1llIm 1l:06p t.eaYePt"Dlaool..Arrll'e I :ooa .:oop t1Ap
J Cannon Itsll. felt I Wffk'SEgagollh1Et Monday
whit Is of the a
pleasure resort.r' i 8:80 a tf p 1:02 a Lnare, Flomaioa.... heave 2ltt a !app 7.:!:SIP
shiner through: every nerve of his body.He I II I STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, ( 11UU a.":! p 2:55 a L ave_ Mobile Lean IJ.Wn'tHI 12-15 a 6:00: t
: : A Scn.llUe Point. I I yelled cursys. and the rails gave :, LUCAS COUNTY. i ss With the i"Slaves 4-Act Drama, ..____ M:11ip 7:80 a Leave _Nsw Orl..anll Leave ., p 7tI:! a

satisfaction to I* back a mocking sound. He felt the FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath North.
I Kn't t it a great of Russia.
i able 111 assist those "ho call on you I dull pain of weariness in his arms"Twenty I'I'I that he is senior partner of the

for 111'1)ill) the struggle; of life?" feet of water below," firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., rising A Complete bcealc Production. I No 2. No.6, No, 1 No I,
i. I ll:06pm i 12:159: m Leave Penracola _Arrive ':oopm 5WJam
moaned Hanniuan. "and I can't swim Toledo
"It vould be, all"l'rl..1 Mr. Cumrox business in the City of Specialties Between the Acts by a 8I am 8:51pm Arrll'eMoDCiOmeryl.ea\'l 11:15am 1I:8 pmll

-if j">u could IK sure some of yourtourflrkirifs I I couldn't draw myself up even if the i county and state aforesaid, and that I : am I taMpm ArrIY" lrmloKbam _Leave tssam ':06 II m

: weren't laughing at you ,; train wasn't here. Well so long;: everyhotly. I aid firm will pay the sum of ONE High-Class Acting Companyof I 7:05pm 2:110 a m', 1IO.m 11:11 a m Arrive ArrlyeJIoaltlvllleL"ue....Loollvllie _Lean 11:15 p_m 2Cli._.. m
Here is the end of James Haunigan. -
tH'bind >onr back and calling you an : 1l:51iam: .ArrlveClnclnDatlLeav" 8IJpm u:15! pm
for each
i uark."-Was-hingtou Star. ;: born a scenic! artist, died a I HUNDRED DOLLARS 16 People.A 7lJam: 1Ypm: Arrive .._ .rit.Louis ....._Leave tl5pm Mr.lipm_
easy I of Catarrh that
and every case! cannot
''S I bum. I be cured by the use of HALL'S Complete Chang of Specialties I PEN3ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
Progresslsr."Are I He dropped The cold waters closed
CATARRH and Music at Every Performance. i iPRICESIO
i': yon iming a pleasant time" I about the form of the knight of the I FRANK CHENEY. .. No. 21-Dally,, Mo. ft-Dally I No Hop where time not ibown | No. t-Dally I No. !2-Drill

..,r asked a lady of a little miss at a fashioml'le |, Then a moment of silence, and Sworn to before me and subscribedin 20 and 30c. :
i ; I 11:66 pm" 7:00 a m Leav,_.. PeniacolaItobemla_Arrive 10.50 pm' (:80 p ID
d children's party. James Ilaunigan; awoke. He thoughthe my presence, this 6th day 'of De- Ladlei Free Monday night when accompanied 1:15I11gb' 1 11J30 7:18: It It 10:1I'f" 8:011.'

I c "Delightful:; thanks." was sitting on downy cushions and cember, A. D. 1886.j !: t ,with m. a 3U-cenl ticket If bought before I TH YnleitraEtcambla_ 10:1U" 8:01"..
p I I ._ t' 6:61'
Tl 10D"
12 W I
II :
"And will:l your papa and mamma around him was poured a cooling anda IJ----- I 12:85! T:25 Mulat 10:21" 6Cli'

come later" crystal Cood. Ilannigan sat bolt I, j 1 | A. W. OLEASON, ItSII: ,, ?::St ___. Harp __ 10:21 I 6:40 '
..v.. Notary Public. CHOICESTOF 11:50 Tan _G'ltClty_ 10:16 67: "
and In the dark mud of the Hocking '
j "Oh, dear, no; papa and mamma I upright I Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally 1:1:511: : TSa" Milton. ..._ 10:10 1:11: "
I don it belong to the same set" ) river bottom, and about him flowed and 1:30 am'' ,._ Good Ra1l18... _. 6:66 "
acts directly on the tI 6" (1:15 It __ Hoiti.Mllllgaa_ __ 1iBO lab "
feet of the flood Beyondwere
: tawny blood and mucous surfaces of the 1:11": 8:*> __ .:::11 4:11 "
Look Out for Fever. the dark depths of the stream. ystem. Send for testimonials, free.F. 1:11" 8:88" _CreitTlew_ >:ll8U54 4:00 to

'I" Biliousness and liver disordes taithis From the locomotive a few feet J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0 f FRUITS llDCOIFECTIOKER I ( 1:00"1:21" Sfi4 1:10": to "" _Mossy D e r Lajid.Head -," to" ltO "" IM tae ""

t season may be prevented by I ahead on t.e! trestle above there came ':01" ':110" .DeFnniskSprings. It 8:1.1I !:A "
!! a shower of fiery nodules. The ashbox -AT ':18" Argyle.-..,, J:;" IZ1 "
.' cleansing the system with DeWitt'sLittle 6tO. 8:44H _Ponce d. Leon_ 7:28 1:11 It
was o en. In the glow of the falling It 7:17 It IM to
Risers. These famous ; E. W. PEAKE 5:00 10:10' _Wettfllle _
Early I particles Ilannigan saw a gray object 0. APOSTLE'S 1:08" 10:11' ___ C rjTlll*___ TU" 1:49 :
little pills do not gripe. They move, 6.n It 10:*> _Bonlfsy-" 8:1i6" I 1:27
floating:: on the tide before him. Electrical contractor and builder, 8:00" 10t'J": ? Cblptey ln" 1:06"
the bowels gently bnt copiously and I He picked it up and placed it reverently I will do your electrical work in first- 14 I East drawl St., I:*> 11:0'7" .Couondsle_ ':18" I U/ 000k M
7:00" 11:23 ____Marlapna.._ 8:00" 12:14
by reason of the tonic properties,I in the upper pocket of his coat class style and at reasonable rates. Formerly Cordova Restaurant Staui 780" 11:45 It _Cypress -.-, -, It 6:88" 11:45 a ffl

give \f rtK and strength to the glands, ,, JOHN WALKER HARRINGTON. He can be found at 30 South Palafox T:40 It 11:62" .". _Grand Rldge_ 6:1S" 11:M10JO '
John Sheppard,, T:68" 1J:06 ___ BneadiAirlTeBlT It 51"
Hargi Pharmacy Phone 203. One: car-load of Pineapples at $1.71 ooon : "
street. ''IOL:
_Lean 6:10"
8:16" 12:16" .Dctioa
Sidney Kahn. Try the NKWJ Want Column. to $2.00 per dozen. r


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A DETECTIVES THISREMEDY Got A Good Start. \VKB1K1L t.oJY ) V' 1i u

CATARRH He-I was once one of the Judges at FOB 8TBAJC DIVISION 1 f l? ,:
t baby: show.

ADVENTURE it sure to give She-Heavens! How bid you escape PKNSAOOLA ELECTRIC a -<-> !i

S&TISFACTIONE1i'sCreaniBaIi ? RAILWAY OOMPANT. 1 j, ;;. ,1

[Original] lIe-We handed in a scaled verdict- TraIns leave PenuooU for the

My chief called me Into his Puck. B yoa, Big aron: ,Warr1llccon, i
private flJ!'T ,
Gives Relief at Oaee, aDd Yon HarraDoal ae U
office and showing me the following
eieanavt loothea
Koah's AaelrBt Xary. :801.m.arrlye at Fort BamtnoM
I telegram directed me to work up the and heals the dlteaied 10.-j at Fort : t1
"If Noah .
membrane. It lived today, he'd feel pretty I.t.
1OU at Fort Barranoa
I case: p.m.arrive ', 'l
cures catarrh and cheap. 130 p.m.arrive at Fort Barraooai .i}
My son died last night suddenly whfl6 !' drives away a cotdIatbeheadqulckly. e110". ,;'- 9Vhyr'llecause 8:16p.m.arrive Fort Barraaeai !
apparently In perfect health. I fear foul "'" .j "grtWp.m.arrive at Fort Barraaeai 'JI .;
It absorbed. Heals the art wasn't a submarine Trains Save Fort Barrancas for .
play. Send one of your best men. *
PROSPER ARBUCKLE. and Membrane.Protect the COLD 'I, EAD L"-Clevelaud Plain Dealer. eola aeflIla.m. I '

Ernest Arbuckle the murdered man, Keturta the Senses of J'. le and 1 Smell arrive at Peutaeola_ 5 r
Jt'UlllizA Druggists or by mall; Trial llUOp. m. arrive at PeDaaoola___
was heir to a large estate. There was sue toe by mail ELY bttOfHEKS Tree Good a.... IriW p.m. arrive at Pent cola___ I k: : 'i
but one blood relation left a nephew, 68 Warren it. New York. Tls not the man ",bo', truly good 8:00 p m arrive at Peniaeola j j' .
':to m.arrive Pentaoola_
Whoae maxims loud and oft are beard, p.
Charles Bimberly, a man con- "8:14 arrive at Peniaoola .
young --- -. But be who splits the furnace wooo p. m. j
sidered beyond any possible suspicion.I And never itri a hasty word.Chicago Baturdaji only ."
knew nothing of Mr. Bimberly, but ORCHARD AND GARDEN. Record Herald. FAKE '0* WIlL: OATS.Peniaeola worl"f-t : LI.

since he had a strong motive for the to Fort Barraneaa and :
Cause and Eeet."fle Peniaeola to Navy Yard and r I ; ;
The best location for orchard .
crime I concluded to begin with him a peach .
Peniaeola to Palmetto Beach '
Women especially aa I could not learn of any 18 on high land.A merely looked at me with" a va- and II 'rtf.( .k
rant stare when met. SUNDAY IONEDUDLWhen
one else who had any motive at all. I mound of earth around each tree we 'Ur" f '
Dt .r. I"I ft'tecj Figure 'I. 'tnseparabls "Yes; he bas rooms to let In the upper weither permit the ,
A tarn a Lo>* ol tte Beautiful. examined the body and finding no silt should never be omitted In fall plant open ooachei. i .'t1
story. -Philadelphia Ameri- -
the \Jolet or rose is ai In the clothing, brought a magnifyingglass Ing. Leave Pentaoola. Lv Fort It) )
rrecaos The the: lovely floweis whose1reat to bear on the exposed parts, the Pruning Is necessary to restore the can. 11a.m.Ji.m. II 10 .!

thy! ae! and while the lives oi head, neck and hands. On the Inside balance after the impartial loss of roots Thick and Thin. I p. m. I ,. I! t :. .

e oer .lfe tJr.d and we can only' enjoy of on of the fingers on the right hand In transplanting.Fall "Miss Porkipack' portly. I would not be that," .Ip.m P.m I ,.. H t ':'

fa a&*!the beautiful woman give! I found a minute puncture the size of Is the best time to set out rhu ,, Said entious Gladys Am Pelt. I 4,. m p 1
Cie ': ,-.::e,of her fragrance to us as triL the point of a pin. There was certainly barb. It starts so earl In the spring "But e\en her tank account's arly fat, ,P.m. < .. .n':. ... 11
1 The soft fragrance .m. "
', st -.smr. ; While mine ia too jljshly svelte.
little in this which to base a '
very that the soil is rarely in condition t i"
proper PARS FOR .
if'a I' '' J woman suggests purity, riuLult'plua: frcss.CorrrrtlnK BOMBAY j .
'ancesheistherefineinenlthca theory of murder but I have been so for planting before growth begins.: enueola to art Barraneai j ,1
t-Mi i. lard and Mtnra..._ ____ t', f i
:! it.oti: an index always of good i lung accustomed to count every trifling Potash In one form or another is absolutely a Mliupprrhrnstoi.. Pcntaooia to Palmetto Ketoh ; ,. t'

ti' '.1 an unerring lx1l1ge of gentility. I circumstance: that I made a note of it, necessary to the growth of Xcil-Jlks Stuy\'csaiit told my sister retnra.______ I ,jo'; j;
note which I soon forgot, for I confess Nnfr iih 111..4. after lUo. I : ;
BRADFIELD'Slitt a plants., One advantage; of wood ashes that you asked !her to marry you t\\ice. I : .
1 nttlc'bel11ittl{' importance to it. is that they contain Ute elements tomake Tom-No; didn't. I asked her twiceto t '

Reu1ator: I was iiiforuM-d that Charles P.imber- a full and rapid growth. marry me once.-Somervillc Journal. BANNER_ SA L t : ::. !
litt: .' the lunar periods in 'oman Iy was a real estate a ('nt. This: was Giapes may be pruned In the falL i Children' Clothlnp. 'he most hontine sAlve In t w* : I I j i::
I' '' .' pi co wrinkles, pale elicits 01 all I could( learn about him. and as The pruning fchould consUt of fchorten- When a child! is old enough; to rut i \ )I I'fU

t .. E'naaJ shapeless figures. JtuT there, were no other facts forthcoming lug the strong canes about half and about its body clothing! should be s>. "' '1

.'. ,.r[ n. .ly.! Ihei'.niggistr.iayofTn; I disappeared ami when I rrturmil entered the weaker ones three-fourths or cut- loo :e as not to iiupttle either' voluntary __...:_'. .' ...' '.,' ,. -"...- -......__-.",..'..-.-... '.t_, '...._-5- ..,._- ...\_-._,I k.a4i.; ,. I It
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f" 'c: .ml call it "ju t as good" his olHoe, pro"l''rously t" -- e S "- = :ii f 'I
weaker out entirely.The moxenionts the free expansion: of the .
; ting the outs or
1 I'.t t' :: : trnal organs w ill not be de- and told him of \aluable ;
rebiilt.T' rt''sl"1 trunk. This is essential if the hotly Is R bt- I i ,
.. rl 'nnancnt
t : ] < injury may :
I anxious to .
property was : Snnun HI slit.When ;
to tle\'l'I.p sound organs. Under the ordinary DaileyDaALE1tS ttt
," i .r K :!.It"r. Of all druggists $i. I 1 \
0f te 0:1Yonm" mailed frte and di-siml hu tll sound the owneras I President: Roosevelt was on a conditions (:t health the trunk

tHE ccArLL3: : HECULATOS: : : co.. ATLANTA OA i iI to wh.'tlur he would sell and if !'O. I turkey hunt In the neighborhood of Hull does not rit-d any artificial support !.*! IN ".I' t .. ,..'
I at what, i'rice. I further told Urn: that Hun battlefield' he and a Mr. Hayden, .
(:) I:
I i iii
if it were known th."t I wanted, the with a guide left the turkey run and Tu Clean Satin Shoes. I i i J

A KING'S POEM. property an exorbitant price would be I p'nnged: into a IiIr.tdlr woodland. Take a piit-e of Cnnncl and dip It Inspirits CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES I i.ll': .
it. antI I de-Ored to i'rocltlplfl had walked mike Mr. : : : "
put upon \! After they some of wine. Hub with the grain of '

AnlcKt'l'hfrorx tiy: Jam. I. SB a a plan! which I would develop if I. Ilayden aid to the guide, "You've lost the satin'turning the flannel! as it gets 1: 1 New FlorIda Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. :{: : i t .."
UiMiUi utd In lltmtun. he would dine with me in a private your w ay." Not a bit of it," was the color be cleanedin ; i

A', ..,resting volume in the P.osioa room at a well! UDO.MJ restaurant. I! reply. '"Oh, js, you haxe. The sun soiled.this svIViiite Any light; satin may shoes should (J:1 FRESH SUPPLY: ll: t ;:. '

r .' library Is Montaigne's "llsprlntetl caught at the bait! eagerly.I south\\cst this time of '
P.imln-rly ; I I is In the at day,
in blue
be to
tally in the etitccuth give him a good dinner with plenty i and we should be going due nast." Mr. always kept. paper presentdiscoloration. i; RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND,CEREALS f; !, 1 ,

".J'i .:'." which was ow.ud by Jnmeai :: cf wine, and made myself so entertaining i I, Koost-Mlt said: "I alnays follow n man OF ALL KINDS. IjJJV ) I L ,

i i. KnglisU: kirg:: who was so largely ; on gencntl I subjects that we did I who steers In the woods by the sun or White MnrLle ManteU. .) ...} ,

r. -.> for the publication, of the not reach the topic in question till a '' t-tars. I'll follow your leadership, Mr. You can hide the white marble mantelpiece OF f '

t< ;;>'edersion: of the Holy P.iblc. late: hour. Then \preyed a wish to llajden." lie did so anti rl'ncl'l1 his \ : by plastering it all over and Ii EBEvRERTSLL &rs E'LYY ; I'I < ;

'! !'iwk Is the first Uuubsh: trausla- 11.1' In a more comfortable, place asi I destination In a bee line to the guide'sdeep 1! finishing it in venetian red where (.J 1 ,

t .1 i 'if the great Preiich author and i there were many details to lie gone discomfiture. this will harmonize with the woodwork. tIJ "
I ('J 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. I ; ; .
John I'lon-i, friend of would time, I _.. .... .
\ < made by a over which occupy sonic --- When carefully done this may be soled .

l. ,\' uf the famous Illi/abethau writ- I j i whereupon liimlierly imited me to his Next Yrar' QuaVer National. off to imitate bricks or tiles. I m Phone I _!_:Wf'. ., __ ._. __ ___,, ___Pvusncola, .Fla. .d.j. ,
i including Siliakcsjiciire himself,, I run in a bachelor apartment hou,". This is the team that the Philadel ._(-_..._..._....='- ...._....._ ",... .. ... ... r
to i "" '+: "' "' ., -.J '
\aliocall'agul'rs expect put
beu-ral suggestions from itsI what I wanted. My *
II i \\ : This was exactly Train the family to save your steps. :
I s for will knonn passages: in hid:! object was to gain access to his rooms.I the field next year: First base Jen- Labor Is multiplied by having to go

i-: .' '. had numerous talks with P.iuiberly! nings; second base Gleason Keister or hither anti yon for utensils and ingredients. p. A LEG, A WING, .,

1 .... I'.nstoa: library copy has a mo l- with reference to the proposed purchase O'Leary: f-hortstitp. llulswitt; third ThinK out an arrangement that S

I ir:, ,; 0\'\:.M, but tlie amient tly leaf i iI laI always putting off the day whenI I base \olvtTton; right Held 1'lkk; center will save steps. 5' AND A CUTTING OFF '

I .. i... .! mi whuli i Is written the fol- was to male a definite offer for the field Keister or Thomas; left field. ; i

: ." ', pin'in. in King James' auto- property. One afternooi I called at Carry; catchers Dooiu Douglass; and Don't work yourself to death every ). ____ THE BREAST OF A NICE ;

'! ,ii his otli< e when I knew he had an engagunent one other; pitchers.: Fraser, Orth Dug- day. Think how horrible it would be t ,'

1 -. I 1-.. >li i j,.,v .t in ttf anitomle for the evening and told him gleby. Iber.;. Whiting, Gokey and two I to get all the work done and find noth- 1 TURKEY FROM
: hunittif dtvitit! Gthtrb I
i r' u that I would be at his room preparedto in 'to do tomorrow. ,
> "! .\ -in. !l1J. I I.;k ili' Ahnjthtie's make an offer and. if it were accepted --

.. i d'_,i:. .rd.. m..r".is 1".11'me .in..)f1 luy lord Llesti < close me that the deal he would at <>11(necessarily'('. : lie informed I I'r. Shell I'C'DO'the Track atliietic:: Team.instructor at I As far back as fifty-three years ago 1 : H. ''VI\ \ATEHS & CO., i,',

the I'uiUTs.ty: of i'czinsyirania; Is : th'r'us iu; (lermany a woman's paper J'
I be till late but that I was welcoinr -
< '.1.1 .. :.,v -i'''.. llI|., nct't'-t l.iw\'p. away to pas the evening: in his rooms making; extensive pnparations for edited b,.) a woman._._ For Your CHRISTMAS: DINNER. Call, drop us a line or telephone! us .11

I :'i 'I'| ':'i" i r u. naud!
lire 4Ii..r.i< t hnsiic of early :-;rt.tth I'<''- his has lut little uiuv than new and untried Foils a Deadly Attack. 11

ti>'. \\linii !; James at a >''''il'll' hour as immediately possible. I went after to dinner apartments anilfouiiil nutcrLl t-> work with but it is "My wife was *o ill that good R. ,r. WATERS & CO., f ;! 1;

ia i ill liuiixlf, Ii t.k I ;.:rt',1t tlch-lit In imitedme all I'roUlsin; ;. Ampler.: Dear Baird physicians: were unable to help her," I
him Jut going out. He M. ;;IS South: ('alarllJotn'ct. (Now Mii> >.ml UiiiMin .) : :
w rii.I;"g. and ptrluipstlieau-r.-im': reader comfortable and I liowcii lUIIice; ai.d Wcstney are said writes M. Austin of Winchester.Ind. | It
to make mjself I .. t
\1..1 1 luxe iiuiiiorcihlhctilu! !ud-'cipur-! left uie.I to be a good cuck'Us with which to Dr. Kind's"but was New completely Life Pills.!cured" They by We have them' Choicest Cuts of Western and Home :Meats. also Thickem i
; ..: 1:11': iiHiiiiing! ill 1'iakiii,; I woi'k. and All Vegetables. 'IVIojihoiic No. iMJ. t- t
I, was no Foomr sure that he was not I I work wonder' in stomach and liver
i".1 :1 juge in a uiodiru Siottli dialect '
likely; to return for some forgotten ar- troubles. Cure con-tipatiVn ick -.5 ,1
1"1. L I Detroit For MuIHn.IMdier
I tielo than I produced a bundle! of skeleton headache. 25c atV.. A. D'Alem- .
Muilin, who has recently been I berte's drugstore, 121 t S.; Pulafox
1.1'1,1,1 TIlI're'as 1
I I. 'i'.1, .\\-.n, ;i \\ 1..11 tir-t formed I II. Is I found locked. a loire; and Chick Stall In Michigan; i ,

.. l\ in .i]>p<...iaine own.g to the pres- writing case in the room in which I says that Le turned down the offer I I S .,
ni found a number (It private letters, but of the Cardinals and II I 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.
t.:"'i s i.jt.: winch May be.l I from the owners I >4
;. .. ..\.l li\ \,;,-mg it tliloiuh ...rlli.I not a word in any of them to i identify reiterates that he Is entirely satisfied ; Street.HARD

..TV. 1:1t.1': i [kiini 1'. \\ lll'n pure it i is uf him with the murder though there I with the terms submitted by President I!

V |1', .' Mile!! ,,'..1'. ttlilth. llm\eVir is! were plenty to indicate that he was living i Angus; and will be with Detroit next Staple and Family Groceries 'i ,
a fast hfi1. I ransacked e ery corner -i
I I" illi" il> so f li.ut1 tllOllgllt; to lUtfI season.
de! k. and. although! I rend i ,
of > tk
( which is of
!i.1': | :d o/one. si .
the I had pains fornothing. i Select Meats Vegetables Etc. in Tins. '
between lines my -
,. : > I' 'L n i ";"i. I.1' uiii o\jgen: is a The ANorht KorinMultitudes *

: ..i,. ;,, df but is I
,1'i elvvmri&ity. '
-'.v I Ii...':11.-t(iI'. It Ilia) be lifted I was about to give up the search i are pinging the praisesof BRICK Poultry Eggs and Country Produce. 4; ,

I I. .1'i t Ii'; presenting J ; the poles of when I noticed a small table cweredwith I Kodol, the new di-c'jvery whichis .1

h" '"' imtiii lIIa III'l. It wciiis to a cloth.! Lifting the cloth. 1 unround I making so many ick people well Telephone No. 358. ;

I ,. M.X. Iht|: cl.eiuical aitiMty, a cingle: l.ttle drawer! ; which I I ind we ik people strong by dijje.ting !

.1 11..1 1 ,.\I, itti&.1i a lijrhteil inatili l: was surprised to find xLed. Not only i iI I what they eat, by cleansiu? and S \ ;

1 l'' 'J.i > ,\>,' mi *.u a piece of pliosi I was: it locked but among all my keys I sweetening the gtomacli and by
,. t1lt'n''a'l:' not one that would fit it. I ALTO\\ ON HAND I-/
-i i'I".j] I into it. It i ; well transforming their food into the Liq uors
|: rortuaatcly! the table was delicatelymantle. I
.' .i. .:' 1 i.f:" A and IS lines of the kind of pure, rich, red blood that V.lrI :
1 I simply ripped off the top. exposing -
v i v;'" run: ire due; to i\gcu. and J
make feel good all over. Mrs. > '
'', all there was in the ,drawer a you -fOR- I ; : :
the of Mont I
\;" I i.rieit.' : on top
small! box that looked as it it might Cranfill. of Troy, I. T., writes! : For .HALF.
!; if
i'.oii'lit largely
: they amt ; j .
contain jewels.! At this moment hearing number ot year I was trolJblf.dwith
I. \ dm\ to the o\gfii; in the I
I "-1,1.' r,'. Professor I euarf a step in the hall. I seized upon the indigestion and dypep-ia BJverybodyAT

,1 "' 111'j,,' lines come out try box. crammed Tt in my pocket replaced which grew into the wors-t f,>rm. I -TO-

s' '! li'iuul; oxygen I is Inter- j 1 the top of the table and hastily threw : Finally I was induced to U.A Kncio!

1 p.ili of the from anT ; tin cloth o\tr it. I had just time to i ii *nd afttr uinjr four bottles I inn en THE- : .
: rays lONE
i replace sum" articles I had removed I II nrly cured. I heartily rec mrner.d MILLION i

J the table and sent injfelf with a Kodt; to all suffers from indigestion;
Reliable Barrel House
I Ii
I j Ixiok when the dour opened nnd Him- HId dyp"pia. Take a do-e af>ermeaU. I Kentucky ?J'
!" '. ancient and It die..twhat: yi-u eat.iliirgis >
i i many ,
very i: berly entered. Pharmacy, John Shepard, .
fl. are in r\isteiice that i! Nothing in his appearance indicated jjlJt'Y Kahn. I Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. 4'

II. !. .> I Hie Kg.\pilule: in the that ho had suspected; and come back; I II !I S. A. FriedmanSOLE 1 1I 1i
1" 0 S > !'itury li. C. I to trap mi1 jet I knew such was:' the O STOrt.I.A. fV

I raw1. Ho went to a clo>-<.t. l.rousbt outa ; aoare the The Ii4Y Asas! .,
f"n-, !:) Yiar.' r.'rlurt'. I decanter and ;glasses, then told Ill!' toproceed ;/.l-J-# PROPRIETOR. ''j i.

f !h.> r ; i. \..d from torturing: di# I to business. I made the best I I ----. '"
iw$::ible tfToit! to keep up my former I -i ;
.: '" !(.ny ye-irs': torture tnihtWe. : j l.r'lt'I', but felt thai I had fiiUd.; lIe i !' I I am now receiving the Largest and moSt excellent assortment i of *f t, \

.. '' ; -,. *'." BTititml.. of any one '!I poi.tely! told' me that h.' would meet meat :'I SEND YOUR. ORDERS i'apacily| 0,000 Daily 1 Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Gins t-i' '

T' -; i- w'I it I) -\VittsVith llazt-l his otlicv in the morning before :
'" >!vi' !: for 'I lug dcfinit tl'ly. and took my I I _
C. H Genov tfI
inoy. : O. t?> Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or I Al-o the Finest and Largest Lice of CVe Hottlrd Oood;. '
11 As I .patted 't ...1 him ho shook mybar.l.
"Df'Witt'Vitch HIZP; electrical work. R work a !
:S'H' t' Ir, ,i ,KH nf pjjM .fter I hidSIJT I and it seemed to me that a scaring : I pecnlty.! cftii11an Brick Co. Special Attention Given to Mail Orders.

-. j .,"r.y year, Cures cut., ; lie wore on ha! little tingtr scratched I guarantee honest measure, best quality and lowest prices. Jle sure to
my palm. 1IIlicluo attention: to the 1 1i Feud Christmas orders tlf
hurL5. ft .iinj-, fkia: disea-p.s. 15e- I I i Fla. your I .
I matter ned as soon as I reached thestreet c/ ( Pine Barren,

':". "' \''uuterfeits. Hargi i Ph.irB'i. crushed the box I had stolen un-j I (/, jjAUNOHSp S. A. FRIEDMAN
.' J nSliPppard.Sidaey: Kahn. der my hivl. Its sole contents I ,

ring; with an unusually broad band on "r '\-..-"'- ...roit... 331 bonth Palafox Street, P. O. Box 418 PENHACOLA, FLORIDA. :

which was! i small protuberance. 1 ::- 4

E. W. PEAKE pressed it and forced out the point of I -
T ;;' CHARTER Tt9e tiny Capsules sre supesnon 1
needle.It _
a .
-'t :" r-uiuh Palafox street, keep- Baisain of E. DUBUISSOX t9 BROTHER ;
to( : Copaiba, J.
occurred to that thh
(' .11 '.. ; not only me 'l Iq ,
wire* and all kind oft murder Cbeb. and Injectksa (@'f
which the
was the means: by The Elegantly Equip pcl
.I"\r r. uppHM.: Havp him doY'Ur I had been t'Ommittl"l but an attempt ITLey cure in 48 hours the Jntnoji \ COn>KH TAKIIACONA ANt INTEVUKNCIA bTKKKTf,
I. Naptha Launch CUPID
Call phone 20:5.: \aD1: ; isews 'iayinooa-
j had been uiaJe by the murderer to do Dealers in ;
with Parlor Car Fittings '.: : 'lit 9"* I' I'UCI TCI
i away with me. Uu-hing; to a drugstore.; '

C .t.. BTO L I.IL. I cried. "Antidote for llOil'nthe.: for a trip on the bay or fora
',.. Ir.a Kr.. y "383: \'$ &11I': I sank down and became unconscious. I I

'' .:- ,: I recovered and the nest day was i I I I Crltl. e.i I CHICMESTfR'S EIliGLIENEiitJVROVAt Our Good* lirA Received Fresh Daily. Thy lirE too many to enumerate, I
L i Accommodations Warranrpd to he thB Bit the Market Atfjrdj and I 1W
/ ,ttt; : ready to procure IJiinberly's nrrt t, but i for 40 PiLlS and can be
I I f Relied on. We can Duplicate I\ny Order Given u. Durir.g the 1. rJl
the bird had flown.! He doabtes! su<= I. ...
: passengers- AF::."roc.1, ....".aI", I site-1..1.. ." Holiday and will Deliver Free to any 1'art of tbe City. -j4
,,.. I! i>ectiil rie. but at what point: he begat) Rates very reasonable. .. (!;: OIlUt>-TEI'" 1'I.LJo.U
E"- j I : 10 I tmld IIoC'IL.1O :,.,. ...<< WILL DECEIVE CAREFUL rIp.
I PARKER'SHAIR to do so I could never decide. He left \ JLU.. ..V .. ..." COUNTRY ORDERS ATTENTION.
: .et' T.L R.s.s
so :
Landing-Pine street. ... '
t'. :.... : :. .. BALSAM the place us soon as it was discovered I .I *;" X-s:* WMttitMi4" *ml tmit #
< .
-r : .. "7.JI" : p .001 b I :.l. t. loxunartKr rOt'1. that! I would net die.I II I CAPT. STEARNS I .. y .. > I'arl'raJarv.Tc. .lf3nUlram J. E. Dubuisson Bn.
N"r ..tor. .. ... .. ... .. ,
I If iJ. '0 i.4 loutbiltl Color.Or3 I ALBEirr MAINE MURREY.I I le. a, \I 11.II..r.-.u. ,'n.....*...4... f.........".'..:. F.tHJ" I PHONE 66. 3T(
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" Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. q
: l>y an eipedal Furmula that product the greatest .
f fr possible Leavening I'ower and the mOlt I i Iq'tt

i" nutritious and "LoleBom l.rea.L Ilapoverinthe RATHER THAN SUBMIT TO AR I! WINTER STOCK $2.50 AN EASY

to ..
oven Li what baa flawed It flntt lit the eeUma- 1.80 _
(I;J; .*.AT... 1; S :
Uon of the people of this country. OFFICERS.

Richmond Virginia. E[:THE BIG STORE
little excitement was created -
Quite a I1i HE last two figures is what you will now ave

....................... I on Commandancla wharf this .: : i,. CD; on a LADIES' SHOE. They are Lac: with Q
I. .AT ) Patent Leather Tip, Cuban, Military and French ..
effort of -
morning by a desperate a
:I I lllJl:) Heels, Broad Toes with Extension Boles, or the Narrow :,
James Croak, second steward of the
SOCIAL ECHOES Dressy Toe without any Extension; also. a But
I Manchester Corporation to evade Reduced Prices f ton Shoe with Cuban Heel and Leather Tip. If it's .Q.a

.......................... arrest. a Walking Shoe or a Dressy Shoe there are Styles
Last Croak went to Jane .., for both .
night purposes. .
The Osceola Club ball: last night i N \
_ was quite a success. Chaffers' band Law's house on West Main street Iil 11I\
Dress GoodsDepartment. Wash Goods. & ; :
rendered splendid Imuilc and dancing and when admittance was refused THEIR IY) OUR 1 :

was enjoyed until early morning. him he unceremoniously forced tJ;J .& Elegant Fancy Pann Outing 1(:J VALUE M> Z.OU PRICE $1 80 4
An elegant supper was served about a =
himself upon the scared occupants. ii >jc quality, ff; ,
12 o'clock. 54 inch Broadcloth, worth
Amon those who participated in This was done while the beat officer ('J $1.U0at. ..... ..... ...... 85c 1.S97 Yards Fancy Amos- f.I) ;>
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... .... ,
oi inch Basket: Cloth at. 9Sc5i keag Outing at.- 9c ;;;{
this delightful affair were: Mr. and was up the street a piece, and Croak
'incn Camels' Hair at... 9'ta! It.)
ti Mrs. H. H. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs.JolmC. made his back to the Ii() One Lot Fancy Flannelett ;
ship. Thibet
way 60 inch at.$1 1 49 tlJ MEYER SHOE CO.
........... .
worth 103, at. S, cOne ..;
j Avery, :Mr and Mrs. Chas This morning Officers 8pott wood ;; 5J-inch; Fancy Etamine at 1 25 :
\V. Hagerman, Mr. and Mrs: Wilt (, E0-ineh Pebble! Cheviot at 9'Jj Lot Fancy Flaunelett II)
and Ray went to the dock to catch lOne Lot 36-inch Prunella 293; .......... ... 1'1\
Him \Vrir'ht, :Mr.! and Mr* John 'I ...' One Lot Fancy Silk: your I worth .13'2cF ,... : Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. rill
. S. IMiham, Mr. and Mrs. JohuH.MtOaughy the man. Croak saw them coming: choice 49a Fitchville Bleached DoMestic. I
:,: Mr and Mr*. Fred. 0.i i and without thinking of consequences I' F r'J One Lot Eiderdown, your I Monday only, 10 (.,j jchoice n'"iL" I'll P..I.FX .r.1t1:1:1' ..;

: : ..... at. 35c yards! for.. .... ...... ..... 75c '..
Howe Mr. and Mr* H. O. DeSilva ran to the end of the wharf I

r Mr. and Mr-- William II. Knowle1, ; and leaped into the water. lie swam i E.;! !1! 1M\ Y1lWM 1 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. William: S. Keyser, i Ladies' and Children's Underwear.Ladies' ; > .
to the end of the Spanish steamer
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Muldon, M
'I and .Mrs. Turtle, Capt. and Leonora and was hauled aboard. He (:,J; Union Suits' $1.60 Quality for..... .... .. .... ......$1.39 :
I I I' <" Ladies' Union $1.00 for.--..... ........
Suits Quality 8'Jc
Mrs. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Reese paid a fine of $10 to the city court to i
: Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Brent Mr. and i. ||]' Children's Union Suits, f 1.00 Quality for...... .... .... .... ... bile .I(:) DR. }. H. MOCK

'J Mrs. J. E. Stillman, Mr. and Mr. day. >.. Children's Union Suits 733 Quality for... .... .... .... .... B'Jc "., .. ,

j.* Gus Eitz n, Col. and Mrs. T. V. For Over Sixty l'earti.MRS. J(:)): 1:1:

, Kessler, Dr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick WixsLow'8 SOOTHING SYRUP baa : Skirts, Shirt Waists Millinery ;
been aged for sixty by millionol DENTIST.
Mrs. E. O. Saltmarsh Mrs. Alfredo over years fO < mother for their children while teethingwith : i lm;
, Bierck, Mrs. Werhan. Miss Edna perfect luccesi. It soothes the child. ; and Cloaks. .& & Department. & &

:t Avery, Miss Wise, Miss Turtle, Miss softenl the gams,allaye all paincures wind On account of our Limited .*
:; O'HarliIi8S Bryant Mis Bpotts aollc and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. All Our Children's Cloaki andJackett Floor Space in this Department I iI'1II 28% S. Palafox Street, % Old Armory Building.
,ti:1 wood, Miss Provosty Miss Nichol- It will relieve the poor little sufferer Im '..."!J tt Factory Cost. we will be compelled to ',ll..../.
mediately. Bold by Druggists In every part clean out all Fall and Winter
l! soo, Miss Mary Nicholson, Miss of the world. Twenty-nve cents a bottle ((:Ii,' Allour$300Skirtsfor.265 Hats and these are the Prices .(: : CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
DaUye Hyer, Mi Mary Aiken, Miss Be lure you ask for"M rs.Winslow's Sooth. I! All oar $I 00 Skirts tor.$3 that will move them: .I''
tl Gary, Miss Marion Suter Miss Mal- tog Syrup.: and take no other kind. ; $1.00 Hats' for............... 79c ( }PKXSACOLA J..A.
I( i All our $5.00 Skirts for.$1.23 $I 50 Hats for......... ..... 933 I t"I.I -- -
'h lory, Miss Cora :Mallory Miss Mayi --- -- --
1 All Skirts over $)00 at 25 per $250 Hats for .... ... ......$1b9 ._.' .
i Chailin, l1i..sIollie. Brent Miss ANXIOUS ABOUT cent off. $3 00 Hats for ..............$286 "
Celestine Brent Miss Mildred Kessler !( 53 60 Hats for ...... .... ....}2 68 'f;J' cX\ II. G. DeSilva A Co.
Miss Daisy Wright Miss Leon All our Flannel Shirt Waist at $1.00 Hats for .... .... .... ..$297 \
,,, RUSSIAN BARK : 20 per cent off the Regular All 5, 6, 7, 8. 9 and $10 Hat ac "
ard Mf rs. W. K. Hyer E. E.
I I I) Price. 35; per cent off the regular; price. 'I") I Manufacturers and >i-aler> la
Reee, It. M. Cary, J. M. Roberts, I
: '
Knowles Hyer, R.B. Robert, H. Pasco ATPENSACOIAUnderwritersbecame I
t' ... C. Porter W. M. Pitt F. A. I II I (m.;] Carpets, Rugs, Mattings and Oil Cloths. JJ(;|) Sash, Doors, Blinds,

Rosa, John" Oatlin, W. B. Runyaii, I I 15 Rolls of Good China Matting, this sale..........IS' c the yard is ,,\ Shingles,
A. A. Brooks Henry Hyer M. Moreno I very anxious :I'J I: 10 Rolls of Extra Good China :!Matting this sale.... 2:5s: the yard I(:)
.It Wi-e, St-llars Maj.! Brooks obout the Russian steel bark Skjold, I ,.:.. 12 Rolls of Fine Japanese Matting, this sale.... .... 242 the yard (*i 1 Builders' Materials

, Maj Whi-tler, Lieut, LeCocq, B. B. I 1197 tons, which is now in Pensacola It) All-woolS ply Ingrain Carpet at ...... .... ......67j.;c the yard N!) ,
Bierer. [
c One Piece Fine !
Moqnet at..U.3 yard laid
I h hirbor consigned to the Southern :- ..... Brick and Lime.

" Mr and Mrs. Arthur W. Rancey: States Lumber Company. (I:j) Rugs at 15 per ceut elf the Regular Prices. (:J JS' Tolojilxono: No. 11.

,. are viitillIr.. find MrO.S. MeOau -
';3 ;{hy in: North Spring street. j" This for Pensacola vessel; sailed on from October Copenhagen 26 last if(S' Shoes. I Clothing and Hats. 1-;) -

Ladies' Felt Juliet, Fur !
t Mrs. J. M. Flynn returned from and should have made the trip inside ; Trimmed Slippers at.$1.39Lidies' I Here is where you Men can BRAWNER'SCLEARANCE

# Jacksonville last night, where she of forty days at the longest. I I,j Velvet Colonial save money. :lJ: '

..... ...... ...
accompanied Capt. Flynn. who attended When her arrival was not reported Slipper; at 145 All our $I.'i' 00 Suit* for.$11 ;.;
. : the meeting of the Masonic i Ladies' Plain Felt House All our 12 50 Suits for.9.75
1 ............ ... f(11
I'. Orand Lodge. Capt. Flynn returns from day to day anxiety for her ) Slippers at 19e All our 1000 Suits for.... 82u

tonight. safety: increased and at last ten 75 Ladies'...Lace. ....Pat....Tip.. All other Suits in Proportion. ::: SALE
Shoes at : : 79J A $1 l Qp) Derby for.......... t 9c
guineas per cent was paid on her. #f'I,j 63 pairs Ladies' Spring A $I.m Derby for..U 25 f'l(')
Mril.Windiate and daughter of I
Shoe, Lace and Button 69c .
She built Russell & Co. at ..>> A $2.60 Derby for.I\95 ::
Pontiac: :Mich., are visiting Dr. and was by 67 pair Children's Shoe, A $100 Crusher for.... .... 89o)
Mrs. at their residence, Port Glasgow in 1S91, and is a fine (E) worth 75c to $1.11.... .... 59c! (J .BEFORE TAKING STOCK.
i I 10 pairs Men's Oil Tan See our show window for reduced .. ..
I I corner of Spring and Cervantes sailing: craft. It was on account of (3I Hunting Shoes... .... ...$.t.2J; prices on Underwear. --
>ftnetMr; *. Wiudiate is a daughter her excellent tailing qualities that E:j) 1(::1:1'J'
. j of Mrs lar"h.1j I 78 Boys' Double-Breasted 2 piece II I 64 inch Heavy IJadlt's' Cloth, in all
I *o much concern was caused overI Buggies, Wagons and Harness. : ; suita, all wool worth ?3. special ale ,, Colors! regular $1 yard this sale Wc!
f i'J' f l.OS suit. I
I ()
her non-arrival inside of the time yard.
. A most beautiful card party wa; .: We have bought the entire stock of Buggies, Wagon, Harness, ..!. Remember we carry a full line of
mentioned. Pants' from 3 to 16 Five Piece Black Shark Skin, 41-
1 glvenye-terday: afternoon by Mr.; Boys' age at
i r Etc., of the Beers' Carriage Co., and will make this a Special '
: William Rice John-on, at her handsome E ) ((11I prices to suit everybody.Look inch Dress Good, latest out, regular
Adverse winds and I 1
I : Department under the personal management: of Mr. Beers in the at our Show Wi+.dow for
fl yard thi sale 893)! yard.
h )ine on North Hill. The stormy weather sufficient to keep ;:: future. prices on Ladies' Underwear.
h.>ue.1'1 cxqui-itely decorated: :* We carry: a swell line of Ladies' 38 pieces Fancy Dress Goods, wool
' :i her out of the way of passing. ves- (;l .m: Flannel and Silk Waists and l'iilk. regular $I yard this sale
at prices so
; withbuuilo, holly palmetto and WE MARK THE SELLING PRICE ON ALL OUR GOODS IN 71c yard.
fern.. Potted iu Is>I 15 were the only canoes of delay PLAIN FIGURES. everybody can wear one.
piuits were placed I (':'j) (:) 70 doz Men' Heavy French Neck Three piece All-wool Black Hen
graceful position*, while large vales! and account*for the fact that she was Moreno Undershirt; special SJOc; rietta silk warp regular U yard, this
of red carnations and yellow ro-e heard from since she had left drawers to match. sale hoe; yard.
t not :

1 1;. the were room tastefully, carrying arranged out with throughout artistic Copenhagen; nearly three months : i|:! !JUilliniu loljusou r & Son. !fr E..i iRbI ; drawer dershirts m doz to Men's, match.worth: Fleeced Sic, special Lined 35c Un-; I all 30 colors pieces regular 30/ ,Inch 35c All yard-wool this Tricot ale,

i ia o. A sigh of great relief went 25(5 vard.
. care the color scheme of red and yea. ; .. 3i) doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts
t Received
i low. The delightful came of six, 1 from the ship a* she crossed Pensa-. h-:-.:,.'?W.Mr- .-r-..-*....Ti.vT/TiIT1.... r..W. ..,._.....'--t---r .. ....:---. .'-.----.-. .,.dfl I, worth $1 l I. !special 75c; drawers U t.rJu aistings, regularS yard a Full,this Line sale

handed euchre wa! played at ten.1! cola bar.: Her arrival was promptly I to match. loc yard.
i I 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's I. 47 Ladles' Readyto Wear
I Rainy-
tables. Mrs. Lewis Willis marked. r pnrteJ._ I I Hair Undershirts, worth $I.W. special : Day" Skirts worth f 1.50, special sale
:. ; the scores, which resulted as follows FRANK BRUNO, G. MORASSO I $I;drawers to match in White, 98s each.
. : Mr*. J. R. Kellar won the: HEWSMACT"TO President. Sec'y and Treat.. Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' ady-to.Wear Rainy-
IA We have about 3 doz. :Men's Silk
Day Skirts guaranteed all wool,
first prize a handsome gold clock.
: Shirt and Drawers, worth $3j; spec worth $4, special sale $2.48 each.
The second prize a beautiful silvei BRUNO & CO. ial to close $1.20 each. I 60 Ladle Black and Colored

1 candlestick, win: won by Mrs. Hal l: BE LAUNCHED 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed I Worsted Skirts worth $1.60, special:
' Forbes. The consolation prize, alovitigcup :1 and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale c each.
placqup, by Mrs. Northup l -- ,' WHOLESALE DEALERS IN <* J I 23c; drawers to match. I 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Fi-
24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and ured Skirts
worth $2 60 to |6,
\ ; Miss! Emma Ch1ndler won the boob y I The Mobile Fish and Oyster Company Spaghetti, Vermicelli, Taliarini, Red All Wool Underpins at 50c; $188 to $I 98 each. fpeculsala

ti prize, which was the loveliest golc I have had built by John Hood Zito drawers to match. Jackets, our price
r bon.bon spoou. I Spaghettini, Mezzano, We carry a full line of Ladies', 11.48 to $8 each. You will save
less, of the Bagdad: shipyard, a fine I
t Tile refreshment were daintilj. Pericatello, Ditali, Cannaroni Men' and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
fishing smack, constructed. entirely t that we can laVA you 25s: on. buying.
i' served, being chicken Stillina and Remember-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats .M
.I' Lascagni. heavy at f 1
I't.I I and crackers, ice cream and cake ii of native wood, and which it is proposed of Men's Clothing Bougnt at 50c on to V;>; worth nearly double.
' which the beautiful colors of m to launch tomorrow. The MANUFACTURED FRESH DAILY OF PUREST dollar. We will close them out at 49! Boys' Double-Breated piece
i just! la price off other merchants. suit.worth SI.60 special euic.DoritlBuy .
i and yellow were again pronounced. i emack will be christened the Emily I MATERIAL AND BY EXPERT WORKMEN I e
i it coffee. -
J t: and It was a charming affair and was I Lyons in honor of the president of i I FAMILY AND SHIP ORDERS SOLICITED. I Blankets and Comforts Until you Look

I greatly enjoyed by those fortunate | the company. Mr. Lyons is a mem- at Ours. Remember the Place,

. enough to be present. j I her of the Alabama legislature and ) BRUNO & 00.-te 1 I F.
is consequently in attendance at Los S. Palafox St.
Telephone No. 207. G. 3IOKASSO, Ajjpnt, 701 South Palafox. ,
Following the sumptuous banquet Montgomery, so he will not be present -
at the Merchants! hotel Wednesday I _
night, given by the retiring officers at the launching bat Mr. Manuel d SPECIAL NOTICE. MEAT & MALT has a marvelous I I

and stockholders of the Gulf Naval I Caniza, the secretary and Mr. dietetic value. While! refreshing and BOIlER[ WORKS AND MACHINE[ SHOPS

1 Stores Co., Mr. A. 8es..ums of llouir -: A. Rallaclares, the manager, will arrive H. Alfman, Umbrella Maker, 315 pleasant to take it helps assimilation -
'I I of food. Sold by
r South Palafox wishes to Inform the
behalf of the stockholders ,
{ fay, on on the 8 p. m train today en DANNHEISSER BROS.
1 public that he has' no one employedto
1 with appropriate remarks presented route to Bagdad. 803-805 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
Mr. H. L.I' solicit trade and will only be responsible -
1. Covln the retiring tou. a solid president silver, tea set composed The building of fishing smacks for goods intrusted to him FOR LUMBERCall Vaires, Cub ui EwnlMii in this Line Kept t Constantly en Rant

j 1 of five pieces, coffee pot, tea here is more or less in the nature of personally. 3jlm on BEEK IAN LUMBERCO. I

I'1 4 pot sugar bowl cream pitcher and an experiment and if the result is Hot French Waffles with for estimates before placing J Prompt Work-Iteasonahle Price! J j Is HUGHES Prop

:i spoon holder. wholly satisfactory in this case, no Florida Cane Syrup at your orders for lumber. d6-lm J* J A Jt J* PHONE J jtCREENHUT I a

::1'+ To Mr. C. M. Covington, vice president doubt others will follow. A great Solomon'sI O. M. Pryor will sell you furniture --- ---- ------- _

! was presented an oak chest of many vessels are required in the cheaper than any other house in

: solid silver tea spoons, table spoons, fish business and several new ones went to Pryor's furniture houseon the city. & CO. *
West Government street and
; forks and knives twelve of each.] have to be added every year and it Hot A
.1 furnished my entire house for just Rolls at 5 p* m., 10c- ,
Of course this was a great surpriseto ; would seem that they should ail be one-half of what I expected to pay. doz., at Solomon
: these gentlemen but none the..1 built at the gulf ports.Foley's It was a surprise tome, and I don't .WHOLESALE GROCERS

ii less appreciated for that reason. know why I remained single so long. OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine ,

, Kidney Cure Hot Rolls at 51. lOo
m. oysters; today. Try them.
I. 3[udgiu's, fir !Best"or: oc. makes kidneys aDd b1addcr r-2ht. a doz., at Solomon's. O NIC APOSTLE. Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.

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