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 24, 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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Pe=T(:-lUl is Most Excellent," Writes CongressmanJohn INSTITUTIONA pj4t .: ; H U'< '

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L. Sheppard. THIS MORNING WITH AN ".i')' 'I,' ', tit ,

I visit to the large livery, boarding J .f ," "
afterwards manufactured expressly for IMMENSE CARCO and salettables and undertaking ''':' .
him In larga: quantities., This remedy, 'jl \ t'
establishment of Messrs.
I Northupand
Peruna, is now to bo found in every ; 1 t "
Btoro and homo in Wood on West: Intendenclastreet I '' ,
drug; nearly every :
I the land. It is theonly reliable Internal Drawing21 feet 4'4 inches forward reveals what: is; not known toa it" ; ," i "
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) remedy ever devNed: Iu cure any case of and: 24 feet G inches aft, the big: great many of our readers. That we i i gNGPO .
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catarrh, however long the ease may I steamship Manchester Corporation, have in our midst an institution '

have In- a rt.tadin; tans built up by home capital and con '
SofcG sailed this =
morning, sIng
.\ Caw ..[ Xavil Catarrh of rive Years'.taitliiij I pa trolled by home influence; but whose 4 y
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C : c CurroU h,. !','-rn-"-u with! no difficulty over the bar A K 1
: 3 I patronage; U not enjoyed alone by I'I '1 ,
well- "'
.l lion lliut'.lj'h! M. Patt-rcoii, a i at.J going tu sea entirely unassisted, home requirements. It extends in i I .
'i know i law yer, of l'h:>:.i':.>, ].1., writes r-
hI laveLien a sufferer from is.u'al by tugs either iu the tarbor, from wide circle, both iu this and adjoining POWDER it. ,

ii'e catarrh for the i'a-t five years and at tho I II I tie! docks or over the bar.: I states. : :'

: I earnest: soli.-itatlon: of a friend I tried THE STABLES.The Absolutely Pure' '
I The steamship cast: oil her lines at i ri \
IVruna and am t lad to say it has afforded ,
I I a complete euro it is i* ith 1'1"a..llro I7 o'clock this,, morning, mini with entrance to the stables is i THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE !t V. "i' h
..1 $* I recommend it to others."-lludolpb. Pilot Bell at the wheel, slowly through a large brick arch, wide I t r. ,
M. Pat tcrSOJl I ;
forged ahead and began her long enough for the ea y passage of two "
.\ of IVruna fails to
course never vehicles. On the right of the entrance best possible condition, being thoroughly f ,
bring rdi<'f. There IA no other remedylike journey to Bremen. By her own
is the oilice of the night disinfected after each use. a:
IVruna. IU cures are prompt andpermanent. she cleared the feature
power, slip, a watchman, who is constantly in attendance Here the coffins, which are received n

)rr. Camillas Penno, 2 5; West 12'lh available at Pensacola that is ready to answer a call for untrimmed, are trimmed and made ': ;

street, New York, writes: hardly found at any other southern service from any of the departments ready for use. ,

"I have fully recovered from my catarrhal and also in telephone communication 'J..J
troubles. 1 with the active manager, Mr. l
t tin
After the immense had been
I Bufferedfor cargo
J 'I Jno. G. Wood. Extending down the In this room, where the embalm- I

with three catarrh years of .. loaded and a pilot engaged, a careful right side of the main building are I ? is personally looked after and I 'j.f'

the head, noso ; measurement: showed that at the 2!) stalls!; for carriage and buggy i done by Mr. Wood, are the very ,,1f i 'j

i and throat. I i iII hw tide then on, there were nearlysix horses, each one kept clean and latest appliances, fluids; couches and :

S j tried all Linda ti\ feet to spare and this announce- freshly bedded at night; and on instruments that are procurable- r 1;

,jtf medicine each hangs the well oiled and polished everything i U at hand and in Its ;; : .
ment created no mild surprise with '
without relit, t harness; that belongs the oc- proper place, arranged; on shelvingthat : '
but at la t I ) Lt' several not informed of the depthof !f'
Mk t k cupants of tint! particular stall. extends around two sides of the (! ,

havel'cencared t /) water at the dock One the left of the entrance: is the room are the vuiollluido1 and ,
\ by the wonderful 1/ \.T7/'t\1 !
\ \ ) remedy ..; '. : t The total cargo consisted of IS 570 business oflice, tastefully papered things that :necessary for the .:'U. .

called: lYruna. t round bales of cotton, 4.4SO sacks well lighted; Moors with oil cloth, succes-ful pro'ecutionof! the work, f ,'*

,.d ii "IrcaJofrcrona :!r. Camillus Senne. oak furniture, safe and all rtqui-ites As a nf'cP-uy adjunct to the fore J; ,1 i. :
/ ) cottonseed meal : bales
) d1/ij 6,7'Jj square
going, the firm n-'es a one or two- I
in your almanac, end wrote you of progressive\ commercial otlice. I '
j for avlrii-e, Which I followed. After takias cotton, 40,000 bu-hels of wheat, and The books of the company are in immediate horsa carriage untie specially for F

\\\ one and one-half l liottles of I'eruna 52,72s superficial feet of lumber. The charge of a young lady I them for the removal: of bodies. A ti.:
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,. I cm entirely euredandean recommend I value of same will be over $bOO,000. bookkeeper who from long; expe'I''I 'hearse for general ue, of black, one 1

I.t (OW;!RES.',?L\X JOIIX L. SfEPPtRhl.I 1'eruna to anyone a; the lest and surest rience has reduced the of white for young persons and cbil:1: r
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.nlkr..ll-1 have useJ fours In my temL'y and flrd it n.. Hear J as Lost liy Cntarrh-Kcstored by LARGECARGO this side are arranged ready for instant cars in the H uth. This car is of the I!

mot; cA-teMcnf remedy for ;;// caiarrhal cctnpjnt3."-CcnrcsEmm I ]'('runa. SHIPPED use buggies landaus, carriagesand latest make with rubber tires, plate ',

John L. Skcppsrd. ){William Bauer, liurton, Texas, a the $t. Anthony hospital ambu glass sides and ends,, elaborately "

Ginner and Miller, writes: Another valuable cargo was; sent lance. Six stalls the balance carved and with attachments for t .
lIiIE: : that tlwwholt.Im'tIiIII'rofc".i"'l lit floor nothing; except to give occupy f '
T ; ur:: ctI out un' I rary relief. tt'mpo-I Some years ago I lost the hearing in out from Pensacola this morning by of the space on the lower floor making the handling of bodies easy. I f
left car, antI upon examination by aspecialist
rcrnin? catarrh. Th lir-t H that ca- Catarrh is frequently located in inter i my catarrh decided to be tho the Gulf Transit Company, the of the main building, making thirty- Under the intelligent managementof
lurrlu j, Hie most nal organs; which cannot bo reached by five in all. Mr. John O. Wood, a graduate .
pn'\"aknta.rtlmDil'rCs-1 Leonora
cause. I took a course of treatment and steamer carrying same: to
. nt di-ci-o to vhieh! the jie-.iiio! il the any sort of local treatment. All this On the upper floor, which i I' undertaker, this business has grown F-
I regained my hearing for a time but I : !> All U known pbysieian. I Liverpool. This; consisted of 2,453 to of Mr.
'tali.arc s-u
ject. by every soon l,)ft it completely. I commencedto reached by stairs adjoining; the I II one large proportions. i'
, f j r "I':u L.ivt, it. Th i-e who stay' in I' To devise some systemic internal rem i take IVruna according! to directionsand squire bales: cotton, 2,414 round watchmaus office, and a large freight Wood has long been luoked upon as
",... li aril| tht ho outdoors voulJ reach catarrh at its I
jmii >;e v :po edy-which::
I have taken eight;::; tattles ia all, and bales; cotton, IS OSO sacks cottonseed elevator operated by water power, without an equal in his profession In .
Wtlr:1'! ; da: < l.a\o it aaJ eradicate it
rim' h. : >es ;source, to permanently j
l hearing i Ic completely restored, and this oC the Hate and his servicesare
my part ,
meal, 62,741 pieces; oak tavp100 are stored Carriage, Landaus, Buggies
: d li' iry ea-- < have it. I fruu thoFystem; -tliis ha been the I hall sing the praises of IVruna whenever

'fi!"' d!.., h-r Ih,!catarrh to be LU conr sire of th'J medical profession for a dl'-I'(I au opportunity occurs. -Win.lisuer. ash logs and 13 522 pieces of lumber, Freight wagons, Furniture vans sought when necessary whereverhe '

-' .,1.1 I < \.cor-'r..cut; f.* It I'. irpli- time. Party years ago; }Jr. llartman I and Hearses. Those that are in use is known.

. :. -i' r'v'' C\ _ry disease l.c H cslleil confronted this problem lie believed I If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory i the valuation of which amounted to as well as new stuck. In this com

"t' II I ,I I IT, .It. then! that he had solved it. Ho stall. believes rchUlNfioia the UM of IVruna I ?l3Ol! !)' partment is aUo carried the largest I
at !> llartman CRYSTAL WEDDING
write ouceo r. giving: a
'J -" !: I thin? stout catarrh on ha has wived it. lie cures thousands -
fall statement of your ease, and he will The Leonora sailed: within a few stock of Ct fIins and Undertaking\
"I'. '1.1.] tar>: that it is difi of Durin. a'.ltlieto I I
i azreci.-i: : people annually. ;
lx> pk>os4Hl to give you his valuable advice moments of the! big British vessel! supplies carried in the state west of t.) i""r,' n. J/K-al remedies may years IVnuia has bwrn the remedy pratis.AcUret I CELEBRATION
Jacksoaville. On this; floor also is
'' '' I 'it they! fail III cure IHT- ui>ou ihich he has relied -* l>r. ilirtman, President of spoken of in the preceding portionof .

u.a' .,' J. r'I" '.'ay :; or suuffs auumiu tol I i It was:: at first a private prescription, Tho llartmaii Samianum: fjulUlU u.o. I this article. the private roam, handsomely,, furnished -- ,
I of Air. P.1.. ll.111Ir..

- --- n'I Wood's able assistant.The OF MR. AND MRS. M. B. DANK- '
40,000 annex, adjoining the main
An Attack: of Pneumonia Warded Off.i !Mil hHiltTII''IO: :\. HEISSER.
I r I CHURCH NOTICES. building on the west, contains car
*> -i tine:: ago; my daughter! \ r7 Ilpsrular! conclave of IN TWO DAYSIt I riage washing stand, comfortable;:; "

I i.:' ; a -fvi're cold. Hho complainJ t,;' 1Coeur da Leon Cnmm9nfiery I I --
is only necessary! to mention and clean stall*, drinking trough*,
in her cheat and had! No. 1, Knights
v-'ins a ,
One of the notable of
most ,
:\ I I that the two steamers which sailedfor and a large enclosed pen which is events ,
'I-t "ti-h.: !! I gave her Chamberi J[ Templar, at 7:30 p. hn.V THE NEWS would request that the
: :' J.Monday, Jan. :!(It I! European ports this morning car- used for exercising; the stock. Thereis the week was; the elaborate atfair of
i i (. ''ugh: remedy according to 'I. clergy or those havingin charge: the
j. Sujourningt9irKtiightsare' ; I j ried out 40,2(52( : bales of cotton to also a large yard attached in which :\ and Mrs. Morris B. Dolnnbei ser
i ti.uts 1 and: in two days she wagw courteously invited. '! publication of church service noticesfor
the increased businessin the horses have abundant
demonstrate ; ; room to
:''I I .ILl i able t>> go to school. I I I'v. HARRY W. Gums., at their home on East Chase street
-. ii-'.,4t l tins remedy Recorder. Sunday will send them to this this line which is now being done run. The Stables and all connecting
my it being the 15th; anniversary of
i r -I.. pit: spven years; and have J. H. KELLER, E. C. office by 9 o'clock Saturday morning here. In addition to that large buildings are lighted throughoutby

: v i I.,\I"\\'U! it," !ays James ------- in order to insure their insertion amount previous shipments have electricity and are looked after their marriage: -celebrating their tt
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l 1111..1.! .!I",, t-t\Pest merchant India I-land A MIDI to Bay The: You want a good piano: tuner to in the proper position in the figured over 10,000 bales and other by a competent corps of experienced crystal wedding. An extremely appropriate -

i' 11'- ii. t'.e:: che-t indicated an ap- stay in l'enacola, still you hold looked-for cargoes will increase the hostlers under the immediate super- feature of this elegant din-

;l' 'ar' n I.:: attack of pneumonia, back your order. Send it in. I have paper. figures another 10,000. vision of Mr. Wood and hn assist-
ner was that 15 : were seatedas
WI! 'ii!' is.! tins instance was un.1"Iht had 20 years', expprience and have -- A persons j

. .,: dir w.rded oil by chamber- worked in several piano factories. One Bottle of Burnett's Vanilla Extract is A GOOD UEco nIE UATIOS. ant.UNDERTAKING participants. Their home was .

.mi1* u(i !1 Uemedy. It counter better than three of the doubtful PARLORS.The '
"I have noticed that the sale of
h't.! Orders left at Johnson's book store artistically decorated and every- '
aiy: t. 'ijfiify a cold toward kind. Though costing a few cents Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver .
main entrance to the under- -v
I"un,:..i u. :Sold by all druggists will be attended to.CHAS.. thing desirable to human taste was ;;;
Tablets almost those
more bottle, its purity and great is invariably to ,
.I.d: \ per taking parlors is from Intendenciastreet
: dealers W. PBESSLEY. "
: who have used Mr.J. '
once ; them says served in splendid style. Toasts !
strength make it the most economical ,
---- -- is from the business
MI: : H. Weber a prominent druggistof ;
di.n4u[ .1T' ilue.t MALT has a marvelous KINDLY TAKE NOTICE that Ely's brand. Cascade, Iowa. What better rec- office of the stables.; The first room were drank to the health of their .,.; r
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, I'avnit: tn' take: While, it helps refreshinuand assimilaf.J. Liquid Cream Balm is of great bene- ommendation could any medicine may be called the parlor proper. popular host and hostess. A number ;: f ,
-":. > fit to those sufferers from nasal catarrh Marston $ Quina have a have than for people to call for it '
SoMbv This is a large, handsomely paperedand
who cannot inhale freely of appropriate cut gins! presents ; "
I when in need of such a remedy? Try ,
>AXXUKI.SSEU: KROS. but fine line of Rattan Parlor carpeted room, with canvas '
through the nose, must treat them when you feel dull after eating were received by them.
themselves by spraying. Liquid Suits, and odd peces; theyare ; when you have a bad taste in strips; where the use is most fre- "

FOR LUMBER Cream: Balm differs in form, but not better and cheaper than your mouth, feel bilious, have no appetite quent, well lighted by an extensive Those who comprlsed- the party ,
from the Cream Balm troubled with constipation '
medicinally when
or Rabbi Sam Koch Mr. and ;:
were: ,
1 i' : sky-light and heated by stoves. In t
"ii 1SKKKMAX: : LUMBER that has stood for years at the head ever. and you are certain to be delighted -
I l" f': 'sinnates before placing of remedies for catarrh. It may be with the prompt relief which this room are magnificent cut-glass Mrs. Max Dannhelsser, Mrs. Joe i

.- M" i rdi'r# for lumber. dlC-lm I used in any nasal atomizer. The THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL they afford.: For sale by all drug show cases containing conch caskets, Gersonof: Cincinnati, Mrs. H. Op. l ,. 4
price, including a spraying tube i i.* gists and medicince dealers. burial cases, coffins of metal, white
:\1. l'-v -r will "dl'OU furniture Eli ct+. Sold by druggists and mailed --- -- -- penheitner of Tampa. Miss Maude ;
, 'i ,'r tuu:: any other house in by Ely Brother, 56 Warren THE RIGHT MEDICINE. plush and black and light gray
,. Menko of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. A. I i iI
t i iy. Street New York. KoREOAST-Kalr and colder tonight broadcloth. These are of the finest .
Sunday fair, fresh southeast winds, The right remedy at the right timeis tl
-- --- manufacture and such as cannot be I Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. D. Dannheis-

doz.Hot Rolls at 5 p. m., 10c. MONEY!! too a careful friend about indeed.having You the cannot right be found outside of the largest cities, ser, Mr and Mrs M. B. Dannheilser, 1 1 :' aMr

at Solomon's. Temperature in Last 24 Hours: hand when need it.
remedy oa you except in establishments of this "
and Mrs. I. and 3
I w.'llt W. R. Meriwether, at 112 South llUlmum_.______. dellrees It is said by a man of knowledgeand kind. Other and colllns Gagenheim .
to I'ryor's furniture house loan )I1n1mUm___ _...__t3 degrees bad cases are Israel.
1'I. V> : Tarragona street, has money to good judgment that most Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
-s-t (ii i
>vernment street and also kept in this room, covered and J
;in.Kd: .; : niy entire hou e for just in any sum you may require at low Elsewhere health is caused by a bad liver. HE. rubber THE NEWS joins Mr. and Mrs. !. .'
':" air of Temperature : PATICURA is the best liver tonic protected by covers. .
It: was a what I expected to pay. rates of interest on personal security Mia. Mat which will liven up that member in From the parlor, a door leads into Dannheis er'i! many friends in this 'm' -:
surprise and I
t;.. ''W why l remained to me single, so long. _____ jitf Atlanta 401 MBt good style and give you a great dealof the trimming room. Here are kept city in wishing them many happy ''
li: :S* pleasure as well as, satisfaction in
__ 'PORTLAND CEMENT at inarck:_- 20 J4Cincinnati. burial robes of all sizes and for both returns of their anniversary; day. : ':.l'1S-
life. Bold all druggists.The
Hot Chicago. by 5 Ii. m.. lOoa & W) per barrel. A. V. CLCBBS, .-......--* 8>" sexes, and for all conditions of life,
doz., at Solomon's. Corner Bru and Garden !Streets. Galv aton___-_.-tfI J1 A Guaranteed Cure for Pile!. '
Huron__.___ -* from the most opulent to the most finest line of umbrellas in the
-- tle Itching Blind deeding or Protruding hIPUe.
Hot French Waffles with Jacksonville Kansas City_-____:|:jlKy :N city Is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat humble. Here also are wicker baskets .. Your druggUt will r@tnDd'ODr fl. ;
SPECIAL NOTICE. Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. Wfffit .. ," them. used in transporting bodies, money If J'AZO OINTMENT falls to care ". ill'
Memphis ____ 40 &4 you. fiOceata. I :
1- Alfunu, Umbrella Maker, 315 Mobile =lit iii) pillows, handles silver, ebony and : + '
___ am d' CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S
:Sl >ut'. 1'alafos, wishes to inform the New Montgomery Orleans 4S f4 gold ; embalming cases, each con- If you should visit the Union de- I j
;i'I b.a' he has no one employed You can get your house ewYork:___-__ 11 fiJ** No.30 South Palafox street, for your taining one and a half gallons of pot, or be in that vicinity, don't fall t .. to ;
Savannah to( drop in at Ooldrin t' No.3saloon.
t"> f ';I.'it trade and will only be re- furnished complete at Mar- St. Louis -3) 'Mjtudng's electrical work. He is prepared to fluid, and all the latest inventionsand You will receive a hearty welcomeand 't t':

*I; "i.-ible for goods intrusted to him ston $ Quina's on easy pay- do you a first-class job at moderate appliances pertaining to the find the choicest brands of 11*' '

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SItphen-Dr. Skillings gets $5 for ev

ii It. Effect rpo Cciercl Scott'i Pn.- ery consultation. That's what comes to

t Idential AsplratloB.. a man who thoroughly I learns his pro

Serving dinners In courses Is comparatively fession.

a modern fashion, first Introduced Wilfer-And Dr. Kwacker gets $10.
In diplomatic circles in Washington That's what comes or cultivating a sub

and imitated from Prance. Up lime cheek.Boston Transcript

to the date of President Polk's administration -

the course* dinner among Diiln I'a* His Own Medicine.

Americans had made no further prog- Doctor Take this medicine as directed for Infants and Children.
1 1t ress than that of serving fish and soup and your cold will be gone in two "_A

separately. Soup was regarded as sucha or three days.PatientYou. Castoria i* a liaruiloss substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
foreign frippery that a note written seem quite hoarse, doc- gorie, Drops and Seoul ii'.. Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
by General Winfield Scott, In which he tor. contains neither O;>inni, Morphine nor other NarcoticMibNtance.

explained: : that he was "just sitting Doctor-Yes; I've had a bad cold for It destroysVornts' and allays FeverNlme-s.
i four weeks.-Chums. It cures DiarrlMr aid Wind Colic. It relievos Teeth
covered tug Troubles and cures Constipation it regulates tlio
?lI and and natural
Stomach Bowels giving healthy sleep.
terially contribute to his defeat as a Etiquette. The Children's I-nm\ct'a-Tl1e Mother's Friend.
I candidate the presidency. Mrs Blank-Is your husband goingto

Soup in the early days of the republic \ Mrs. Jason's funeral? The Kind You Have Always Bough

was considered food for Invalidsor Mrs. Dash-Decidedly not! She never

,4 poor people only. Later, when the returned my last call.-Smart Set. Bears the Signature of

social splendors of the court of the

Empress Eugenie attracted rich Americans -

in flocks to Paris, French table
The Ills of Women Act upon the .:i manners and customs pushed the old Classified i Advertisements

English dinner fashions to the wall It !

Nerves like a Firebrand. Is doubtful however If soup ever found -- I I
a place on the dinner table of the Years.
Over 30
In Use For
The relation of woman's nerves and generative organs is very wealthy Maryland or Virginia planter, ONE CENT A WORD. ...,
THg CfTU COMaaNy 71 all CITY
close ; consequently nine tenths of the nervous prostration, nervous unless green turtle, which was really a -

despondency, "the blues," sleeplessness, and nervous irritability of stew, might be so called.The AION1UY I'O LEND. .
arise from of the organismhich mates --- -------. .
women some derangement object of an old time dinner par
her a woman. Herein we prove conclusively that Lydia Pinkham's i I ty was to eat, whereas that of the MONEY TO LEND ou unproved iIGKT

Vegetable Compound will quickly relieve all this trouble. I I I course dinner is to delight the eye rather I real amounts estate at, low In rate large of or interest.small .I qRwT, tf. B. >> GOfflPAflY

than the palate, and jet who will II i
Detail of Severe Case Cured in Eau Claire Wis. Call on Leslie E. Brooks attorneyat II y.
a say that the sight of a well\ filled dinner law 2U4Ji ti. falafuz St., Fisher \\\ r 1iJ; MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN

i DEAR Mus. PINalt111I have been ailing from female trouble for table where an array of silver covered building. Swim -- 1 "
the past five years. About a month ago; I was taken with nervous prostra- dishes gives forth a bouquet of f LUMBER LATHS
tion, accompanied at certain times before menstruation with fearful headaches appetizing odors fails to make an MONEY TO-DAY-Do you heed 1 't. ,
I read one of your b oo1,... and finding many testimonials of the beneficial agreeable impression; on all the senses? mouej? You can borrow any I ,

.. effcetsof Lydia E. 1'inkham's Vegetable Compound, experienced Lippincott's Magazine.Lost amount you want today ou easiest ill t SAVED CYPRESS SfllHCLES-KBlW S top
1 by lady sufferers. I commenced its use and am happy to state that after terms and lowest rates anywhere ,
IIJ! using a few bottles I f\'cllike a new woman, aches and pains all gone. obtainable, 011 improved city real
Xj, I am recommending your medicine to many of my friends, and I assure In Her Own Itonm. estate-fioin Win. Fisher LU4i 8.Palafox -=-- FLA
thai have thanks for valuable which has about lost the ,
you you my hearty your preparation "Talking being says Street. lu-tl ---- -
:. done much "I trust; all will Vegetable Com -- -. -- ---- ---
i ii so pood. suffering women use your ; girl who has hl'4'11'isitlng her grandparents -
i i' pound."-MRS. MIlE TIETZ CiO First Avc., Eau Claire, \Vis. (May :23,1901)! !: ). in the old family homestead"I IF YOU want to borrow money, inVest COAL AND WOOD.

, condition hare been lost in the city aud lost money, insure your property
Nothing will relieve this distressing so
t, abstracts ot title, buy or
In the country, but never was there I
:p" eurt-Iyas Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ; it anything so horrible as being lost in sell> real estate, rent property ul WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA HGER TRADE
to soothes, strengthens' heals and tones up tho delicate any de.-cnptiou, hare rents collected
my own room. It was a very queer THIS WINTER THAN EVEi' f EFC RESEND
or taxed to
t female organism. It is a positive cure for all kinds of had your ,
I at grandmamma's
room any- call on or address Tlio.C.. Watson
';. female complaints ; that bearing down feeling, backache way-one of those rooms from which a & Co., Real Estate; und Insurance US YOUR ORDERS NCW

(:rf' displacement of the womb, inflammation of the flight of stairs leads down: rooms suchas Agents r/eUriaeolu, Flu. Charges

[U it ovaries: :and is invaluable during the change of life, all are only to be seen in old houses.It I moderate. To everyone who buys Thompson Olsen & C
of which may ]help to cause nervous prostration. blew up cold the first night I was in a lot from us we will lend money ar
b'J v' with which to build a house. !81-il
the house, and I got up to close the

Read what Mrs.\ Day says : i"o' window. The room, of course, was -- Manresa Street,_Telephone. .:47.._ .
hllulcigartcli --
(x4uaol -
) pitch dark. In getting back from the
iiU "DEAR :\11t 1'LVru.tuI will write you a few lines to let you know of window to the bed I lost myself. I ..... ESTABLISHED 1862.McKENZlOEBTING.
7 the benefit I have received from taking your remedies.; I suffered for a long had not the slightest idea In what KINDERGARTEN!: /school will be --
time with backache sick headache, menstruation 36 Dust ".'
nervous prostration painful opened at right street,
direction to turn and I knew that if
t pain in the stomach after eating, and constipation. I often thought I Oct. 1 by Miss Margaret Maclay. & CO.,
.11 would lose my mind. I began to take Lydia II Pinkham's Vegetable I was not careful I should go down Mill
those awful stairs. There was noth- _. o -DCALKHB II' 0
and like I ----- -
;; Compound was soon feeling a new woman. cannot praise it too ==
t highly. It docs all that it is recommended to do, and more. ing to do but sit down on the floor and 11A.III
I hope that every one who suffers as I did will; give Lydia E. Pinkham's howl for some one to come and find .. .. '- Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
I remedies a trial."-MBS. MAIUE DAY, Eleanor, I'a. (March 23, 1001.) me, and that was just what I did. If l\lRS./SAHAH/ BEIHN E-\lanuac. ,

grandpa: and grandmamma had not turer and dealer in Hair Goods, 80S AND 60S ri. PALAFOX 8TUKKT.

been unusually normal individuals, I Hats, Toilet Articles: Hair Oil ......r..r....E113 F N OYI
t j< Free Medical Advice Women. t-hould have frightened them to death. etc., 32'J: West Government street, REVERE
f !? As it was, they only thought: I had a Fur I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDSHEL & /HON'B PUMP8.
nightmare; brought; candles: and locatwl U'IIII .. .
Mrs. 1'inkham invite all to write to her -- ----
** Il tans
?cria i Ptliti.! Dill liatical lostminsott C.irti lit.eri kuCOMI'AHHV
| me and showed me my way to bed FOR LIEN-Latire: front room, ; ,
in for adviee. You need not be afraid to tell her thothill.t "
: again. I turniilita, with or without bnaru. '8. LOGS. HTd:

: you could not explain i to the Iwtn.'om'<< letter i I II I 3''1'J KtMt; .UaU.(jell street. JlSt-lw! : 0. McKenzla Oertin Collecting Agent for Bar: Pilots' Benevolent Asso
The inil of the World.
:.i t# will lie iced only by women and is ah ollttelyConiidential. I l>r. M.V.. Mr.u-r. a Oerman scientist ; Full RENT Hear-ti-roum DeVilliers ctttdge btrett-on W.Cnasu ciation. -

, 3Irs. rinkham's vast experience with such in an Interesting: volume tindir theI One 3-ioom and one 2 room apart

;f,! troubles enables her to tell you jti-..t what is: best for I at nc title explains a "new theory" as ueutsat213 .Iineiideueia street. i THE GARDEN SECTIONo
i to how this tent will probably come All PatWAXl'KD I
in KUDU IJIlIer.pply to
J and she will charge nothing for her advice.
you jou alKiut. Indoid he carrits his argumentstill lcHnh. tend i O2T*-

I I' furthir and finally: extinguishesall ;

i j Another Case of Nervous Prostration Cured. the energy of the unlicrso. All of I 'VA\'J..JU. I Fensacpla, Florida
.: the: present' satellitis-moons.' etc.-will I ___
: AH kinds of beet
f ,tl; Y DFAR Mu l'IXKJUl1ow mo to pvpr-pm to you the benefit I have eventually be drawn in by the force of bl; ttll's. -t'\. Knedmaii.empty. I.j.ll i! Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
I. J I I derived from taking Lj 11'' | 1 started to take it 1 was "n the verge of nertous prostration. Could I jiKint'ts. T'jese in turn will he absorbed '! II u rLL"' .
:;<<'1 i not sleep nt<-hts. and I suffered dreadfully from indipehton and headache. I by the sun. .\ series of collisions I _- _ I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
heard of Lydia i'inkham's wonderful medicine, anti began its UM-, which
will then commence lictwcen the COMMERCIAL j HOTEL, 110 In- I
{lti Immediately restored my health teudeueia. I'.verything new all 40x137 feet at from to each accord--
"I t'an.heartily recommend it to all suffering women."-:\In.". 1fu1Iu: various suns which will finally resultin i ; % $75 $200 ,
E. PFIRKIXS, 23], Lapidjje St., San IVan.-ihco, Cal. (May 21, 1901.) one enortin-us sun and solar system."And j modern conveniences.Desirable: Moderate ing to location and surroundings.
rates to transients. : oay
but diminNhing i
in grandeur,
so Droning ;
FORFEIT It we ciinnnt forthwith...!!.... the orhlnall..ttrr5I\n.1 .1 nlture5 of i boarders: taken 23)In.) !
II $5000 .,. in ntimbir. the final catastrophe I View
abut o lc.umolli..L.hleh Will\r. their nliwlute :('JI.\lII..lle. Exceptionally Goad Neighborhood, Beautiful ,
Lydia 1'I'i..k"1..II; <'In" ('0., 1-3 mi, ;MOM..hunt will fume when there' are no '!'FIRST-CLASS day board can be
____ __ I High 1)ryFertile Lands.
rI '_ more suns to produce collisions\ (and had at the 1\ew Commercial hutel, I __ _
UvsiU and one linse; body cooled to the 110 liiteudencia street. 1'upular -
4 ,. Itr.nUn a Iaaaa. ESKIMO COURTSHIP ztro of space.\ \<.jd of available energy, I tales to transient: ". 2Jji111* I The grandest opportunity for investment ever

Evrry mil" kiions iliiitimUixs: will will i.i.trk the final uuht.UeJt eobvtiea ,:\L\.I.. .. Jll.I" ,\-\'I'JI). cffered in Pensacola.
rattle ,,111'11 a Had noise !Is Made in a lion the \nli\c Si-lrrU a lrlo1l'-The l i'tul."
t Iuot -- - ----
rouii. lint very fi,u JXTSOII-S 1,11"Ihlt 1ltrrlare lerent'raq. Men learn barber
Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.
t a glass can tie tire,:Lell l by bimutiiiK into The r.skiiiio jrintleuian never sdectia Cotton and I'lnx. trade. Short time rtquired by ------
It a \\ In his own tillage. As soon as Cotton was used for making garments free work, expert instructions: etc. -
p Any (irilinary* \\ hi<-h hats a anr! he i is able lo make a living; fur a family in India at a date so remote that I! All advantages until eoinptteut. A. V.ClubbsCorner

I tOlll' will <].> f.>r this trU-U, nnl fie l'X' be Rues into a iu' : : and It cannot oven lie guessed' n 1. The fact i Tools, diploma, positions: and .

.,, act iwtiav: ef its! ton1 <';ii iully; In falls in a tt: of love In-fore s.jiuo likely Is mentioned by .\ri lotie. The first : board given graduates. Catalogs:
mailed free. Mules Barber College Garden and Brie Streets.
8/it'l'rtlill"11 by l passing a moistened :.:ill. She Is then penned uj fur some fol'e1s1'1': brought to this country in I IIG j
New Orleans L ,.
1 finger nnuriiil Its ii ui. ThN point\ \ bl (- lime; in a ltunsr-a sort of dui;:out or 1. In Klin; the culture is mentioned : J i
, l Ins settled tillJHTforilHT Klliilllil hold l.urNin the ;:-ronn.l-ant! when the in the records of !South: Carolina. In : ---- --foil- J.A.L.IFOR -:. -- V.C. BRENT, WM. H KNOWLKH w, K H YKU J K., J. H, BEEHE.: !:

1 I l the gloss! ia i front lit his mouth dud bride day comes lie goes there and l;::9!; the culture was general along the i ____ I President. Vlee-Pre.idant.! Ca shler. An't ta.bler
+l shunt into .it in a tune al'''tit an ootaxoiKur crawls la. It is in the platy that the eastern coast of Maryland, and in 1770 :. HALE Second-hand( set of j
\ than that nf the ;:Ia"s. The ro- bride to In- shall so strenuously object I we heard of it as far north as Cape ; harness, in Rood order. Apply to

F 1 c tilt will I l-e that tl.c jilass, will lirwik: that she tights him off. lie, then Kots May. The use of tlax for making clothing i i lluis. Febley, room 410, TbieeubuilJins First National Bank
Immriiiatrly., fur the rt>a>utii that i nut and gets his dies: and Mcd, nnd is nearly as ancient as that of cotton J I ; julitf I

It will nut hate slrriifHli fiiougli to rte when they ire harnessed ui he goes and perhaps more so, plants, of soft I: A BARGAIN can be had in one of
1 tt pist the forte oxi'ittil 1 a;:aiunt it Ity the in awiin.: ovcn-oines her ties III r hands: and flexible: fiber having been without I the line.-t: residence and most desirable -

d; wnvos of air and fret i>l.iei s her on the sled and doubt among the first vegetable: productions I i sections: of Northwest Hill, I OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
't Tin thiiunT the jrlass is the more hauls her H his own ullage.! ; That of the ancient world and their i II subject to guaranteed leu-eat fair
easily it will lx lin.Ufn. umjileteN" the eeri'iimny of ni.irri.icc. I1rlctle:11'alu discovered soon after i for three year Plan o! hou"e can DXXl.EOTOrl.D.WM. .

Tho \\lu.lo village gives them a \\vnl- the invention weaving.CHILDREN I be seen at my office. A. V. Clubbs H. KNOWLE8 W. A. BLODNT F. C. BRENT-. K. H YKR. Jti

i1 The 1I.'ue of I.n\n. din; feast. N't :\t day or later nu. if I _Peusuola.: : ____6n-2w: i i D. G. BRENT
The la\a streams: froin the oniiitlon they don't forget; It. they pu before ami'.iiMer 1! FOR .ALE-The most desirable! :

'' of their years Vesuvius cracks later in and tint IViS('rl..it11.,1'!steam wire so i .hot ucil Uvche from that i, In due (.'roc..of I is the This n"ijrsiH'l t important feature and of arc the awl married unuui.howeur. does. Many children POISONED.are poisoned and I 1' lots the ';in Fisher Smith the city Palafox.Heal onay Estate terms Agency.2U1 18ilm: by 1.,Ir Fii! n li D h$!t& Mm 1 B Md! \ & IIIe 1

made nrrrou and weak, if not killed __ __ : __ n_ ___
flowiM frtun I'.tna: in 17 7 were found not UitluT than n iiiiieh.I I
t t ry
I outright, by mothers giving them BuurdlnlIIIHI"e..
be steaming hut Iodoltht' cni'-t
to jti'-t I
I The dres'in; of the brides: hair is
late 1111. The volcano .lorullo! I cough syrups containing opiates.Foley's I : Z,' draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Jrel&L
It dune in scrios <
rI la I rcxclatkin. is I up a BOARDING HOUSE at \Vhe"ler
in Mexitti. Is'urt9l forth in lira lava j lur knots aluitit a flint hh::; on top ofi I' Honey and Tar is u safe and I Springs Mary Either, Fla.. Mr*. ; Germany France, Austria Italy Holland, Bp/iin, Belgium! Russia tire
later oY! I certain remedy for cough, croup Hwedsn Denmark: and other Enropean coontries.Veaaels ,
that eighty-sex; years gave i her head aid I'Ul'.ed sn tightly;: from the Condon, proprietress. All the way
columns or* t-tcainin; vajMir. In list: it I t.ft.1I big of it and lung trouble, and i is the: only I comforts ot home at very reasonable I
sealj thatery 1':1t.-1.
I. prominent cough medicine that contiins rate Northern tourists will j1 Disbursed oponba Most Favorable Terms, and Ibcll
found that stick thrust into the
was a i fairly palled' out by the roots, loavi I' no opiates or other poiso,,!!. \V. : Slid this an ideal place to pond a Obligations Taken Payable at Port cf aetiratlou Ten or Fifteen Daji
crevices ignited : no
i instantly ; i lug bald and barnn places' aruuud the A. D'AIemberte, 121 rt. Palafox portion of the season. I2alm I altar Vessel Arrives there.
C disoomfort was exjurifiicol: in walking rs ai.d the teir.i'lvs. I street. I

, on the hartUiietlrust.. I'I't. -,-----...- 4 -- ,11eeelluneou-. 0inSafaty Deposit Boxes for Rent In Connection

r I with which we have a Prira. oartment for the 111.
l !. Th..ul \\ nrU.Mrs. I Little Latitude. I I E. W. PEAKE : DR. LYON'd .1nituri Tea: and CofIf of Rent"rl.I .
has be ,
"I to
t Fuppdsc a man : pretty I I
YlI1I1wlil'fJ'( tnd has sent]:, ) Maker; ja-t patented ; flu any
J I me a basket of quinces and I dou't careful in order to hold his job," said I Electrical contractor and builder, pot; saves collee. Agents; easily I I

: '; know how to use them. I II the t.ilkathe passenger.' I will do your electrical work in first- j clear $5 daily. 502.: sample 25e. DR. KING'S PROFESSIONAL CARDS
.' 1 "Yt'''." assented the conductor sadly. Send now. Dr. Lyon, Pfkin. III.
t Mrs. Oldwlfe-NotulnjT Is slmi'ler. clas style and at reasonable I
make of I "If I knock a fare down the company i He be found 30 mouth ratp'I'1 TRY NEW DISCOVERY Tc.
! Ii Pare and core them preserves can at H. ALFMAN, umbrella maker 315 ROWE M. D.
I kicks and if I knock a pa!'s<'nser down I street. Phone 203. j jI ]
;1 the best II t''I's. marmaladL of the others i South: Palafox street. Re covering .
metNw York Times. FOR THAT COLD.
he .
reports I l i Office: lift S. Palatal.Honri
Li- and jelly of the cores and peeliiiRs.! I i i and repairing umbrellas and '
Mrs YounjrwlfeVtll. I declare: parasols a specialty. Silk covers TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. ?from to 9M: a. m. and 1 to I p. nI
: And what shall I make of the basket ArtlMlc lniiroienirnt. always on hand. jan 3
I 11e kind Cures ConsumptionCoughs I
,1 t- I Ilk'ks-That picture of D'Aubcr'sthat 8etrt h. Yog Nave Alas" BJ01J4I and after o'clock
they came In?-New York Weekly.
1 i you bought; at the exhibition: looks I d'raattu. ANYONE wanting bored wells Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, !I liono CO.i .

. l Iff IlypoceIlea. better In your study than it did there tiCkuI fence posts or anything in the grocery PneumoniaHay FeverPleu- i ______ _____ ______ _
I __ _ __ or dry goods line will do I I I I,
; "I despise a hypocrite, Hl';;:'". somehow.WicksYts. I
I wisely: before purchasing to !nee D. risy LaGrippe Hoarseness, JOHN S. BEARD,
. 't' "So do I." says Clocks.; "Now, take I have Sun: it the other M. Merrill. Olive, Fla. jlTlrn j ,
: r Kn();::: rxatuple.'. 11e's the basest: skid up.-SorurrvilU\ Mass.i' Journal II i MEN AND WOMEN.CM Sore Throat, Croup and I ATTORrirEY-AT-LAW.
I (REt. Dig U for nnnatnr.ltrnutioni 1tL tlrt'.\ 1..
h' hypocrite on earth. 1 despise that di. ha1rhtnlammahons, ;! \Yhoopbi Cough.
I.iisIOi. --- -- | Office? -'M Thiesen Building.
(Cs man" or nlrrrtiicni H. L. DIAMOND= the tailor, has removed i NO
aat..okture. iwmbrtnrt. CURE
of wo PAY. .
.. Office Hour?-8:30 a. Jr.. to 1 p. ru.I
to be his hnt friend. rr.twM focal. and to Neat Government
"Rut Punters not ulrm- IIH
\. you appear O A. S T 01=8.1 1S.Bear. EEraasCst.xnC9. I Pries 50c. and ?1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREErepair i
.'c.\ 1 to friendly toward S. gent or poiviouui.or street, oppo-cte Express ffiee.. to 6:30 m.I .
yes; try apjwar Kind Yr I 2:30 p. m. p.
the n'uap 3t tl CIEaNATIr Bold by Draggl.l.
him It pays better in the cud. : V.L 1. tent in ptai. ttrreMr. where he i;< prepared to clean, repair l +.111 your waicnus !ana I Practice In all Hate and federal conrtinfi ,
,r'- Sg:1&tu.l; ct; ,II I fcr ixprnw. prepaid for and preys Sadie and e ntleI I jewelry in first-class style. J. 1Stephens. i All bu entrusted to me will rtcu"
: Only In' rr week for the NEWS d ' : \

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I r .r'')._ 1 i .'.' f,;; i ": ""' .""-I"J-'r- -: ,"""'" SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES: \ 1 J .; '. I;
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: J:..jt..'.)}. lfJ.a.t.jfr; \ft.Ir.i AU-::,' ..f;.I ;!,:RJj.-, 7 '.>,-;':,;-"" ...'1:1.: : .: r'-. _-:--=.;-\--,\; 2.z\f.:"f): .\'''''.' "-". at the Play 1 ( .

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,t, -- ....."'.."S Michael's-Order of divine l 1 ; ; ,
service for the winter First 1. !
: mass, I : Ji.-

/t THE CHILDREN SNJOlf LI 7 a. m.; children's mass, 8 ti. m ; 'ast t 3II : :;

mass and sermon, 10 a. m.; evening I CALENDARi

Life out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoy- } ., .I devotions\ 4 p. in. I ; ,

ment which they receive and the e. o.rts which they snake: comes the K..... St. Joseph's Rev. Robert Fullerton t : ;; \j i

greater part of that healthful development which is .so essential to their: :\.. (1903)Consists l ,'I ';-' ,
Pastor; -First mass,6:30 a. m ; i1 ..
happiness when grown. When a laxative is needed tUe remedy which isgiven '/J::: ':'". ,; F t7 of six sheets,each 15 9 "' .
high mass, 9:30 a. m.; benediction, o, ''4 10 in- 11 colors with added
; in an .
I I to them to cleanse and sweeten end strengthen: the internal organson ; ( .? finish .
-. 7:30 m. r.5-y' F& special that it the true r r'j
; which it acts, should be touch as physicians would sanction, because its t p ..' water color effect. The a 0 !. j;

1 component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from .: .. Episcopal I \ },, ing jects reproduction, greatly! reduced of one aecompaDJ-\\ '.11: j .. i\!

'{ every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents, ," .) Christ Church: -Services by the 1 rich without coloring the enlivening, but t
well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, {\::': idea of the beauty gives ol m' !f ;
... I rector, Rev. P. H. Whaley, at 7:30 or )
because of its pleasant flavor its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is- : : / -. t series of ilaws. .fi T'
and 11 a. m. and 5 m. ;
\ Syrup of Figs-and for the same reason it is the cnly laxative which should {: .. ':i. .( p. -. flow to Obtain It.-Sent anywhere :1}. I '
; .. : / tJl1'paJd.n receipt of 6dc. s "
: t
be used by fathers and mothers. y:. -:" cninursWmrsOK prepatdonre- '. ( "f r;
-.--...__.-. Bt. Katherine's Cnurch-Lay read .. t l.
i i of Figs is the which acts and :'-.Y : ceipt of He In Mampa and a Globed k J..;' .
Syrup cnly remedy gently, pleasantly ; ;:: ing and litany at 11:30 a. m. j / etgnlabeltskeufroma0oidnand : ;
: : ,. Ham OR, for M pootige and the 11 .' u
naturally without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the ::) ;: -- a GlohedtUn; label from a piece of f y i,

t. srstem: .eITectually. without producing that constipated habit which results :;1 fa- : ta Methodist Episcopal Church South and Gold a Band White 1IaA'(1n:01h'nr Label KnirlW poslaae Kicoalahel.OR.IfTourdealer I .t i.t

:/ from the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations, and against; i. ;,.. Palafox Street Church, Rev. J. M. ""+n'ltheee r.,; '. i: c'
I w"ate. a rill mail calendar on re- !I .. :
which the children should be carefully guarded. If would have them .'
y so yon ; Dannelly, Pastor-Services.. at 11 eelptoffrlnStamte If you MnJ can j .. : 'I I
and do not J.:.':' !r, ord.r fur nub piece of eltlivr of J' oj
: grow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy happy, give :.C ; ;/ a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday ;' \ tie three pmtluiU c.otioued and _'' -.
_to them medicines, when medicines are not needed and when nature needs .-; ; .C--;, ; '4 aim give uu Ibe name of the dealer I't} f

assistance in the way of a laxative, give theni only the: simple, pleasant and .....-....... school at 9:30 a. m., J. A. Avant, I 4yna.tlirouish whom Tbuetcoftbeprlce youwisbItdelivered 'j" ; .
/' superintendent at --:1 artistic C'atsonJar ran be saved by tbpurch.wn 'l'$ .
Epworth League
/.1-- ; CON/COPfR.4 ADe4c'oUS/nv'd g
; gentle Syrup of Figs. j / of either of the above
__e Its quality i U due not only to the excellence of the combination of the :; "" ,.. 6:30 p. m., W. C. Mackey, president. KOodg. '

'J laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but ,."- .'.. -,\< Reed's Chapel: -Preaching: at 4 p. ARMOUR PACKING CO, Armour StatloIIKO: dSt City, Kansas. e' h.F .p

also to our original method of manufacture and ts you value the 1'2ltl1 of f..' m. by Rev. A. L. Jones. Sunday 3J.'
calerS school at 9:30 p. m.. Martin Parks ,

sometimes cflcr to increase tl.c.r: profits. The genuine article may b<' ;r superintendent. STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ 'I ... -t D=GOLA.Y=@ :

.,.., bought anywhere of all reliable druggV-s at fifty cents per t-i>tt,3.: Poz! >o '. Muscogee Wharf-Sunday schoolat ,
to remember the full name: of the Conifuiiy .. .' THOS. CONDON, Captain I
.. .. 3 p. m, J. X. Andrews superin Grist and Corn flea: Mills
'.. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP printed on / will make regular' trips between i! .

I ""...'f'0 f\"C".v-\Ti:.;. .(K _. the I front 0 f'" ,,.... .?".rl.rurrwu \-.'. tendent.Warrington. -Sunday school at Pen=acoa, Leave Point Washington Il street aud I I' {,. F. GOSZftltEZ A CO., Pr-oo i. .ts, : I 4
% ylen
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:(, '.. .,.. .' .. III order to get its \\\ ... l'I...;+c Freeport I
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l-rl': age. I
... ..._ ... ... : ....... .. r. '. ..... I wharf 7'hnrsd at 6 and 'I 0
/ I..:. .,... ".I ... rtJ I'." ::.t .... 9:30 a. m Fred Bum, superinten tV a m arJya 4 '
is 1 ; Manu'aotcrertOHOICIIMKAL
': :{ : f .' ." \{" beneficial effects It a .If.. "t" .,., i". .' : .::. .
.;,. .. .... : '".- ;. '- 1 :.J .. .. it Freeport :It I 6 p. m. sane day.
} :- ... ,.' .. ..t : ..... ," .. ....'V. dent. :
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to >
: ', \.J buy / -"Nil
.. san .. l'l"U"A..tOL ,
; nece n
;..% '.. : .,,-4t -. ways 't.'J '. "" .. ... ,...> leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. fl )
-w.r .
..... '. '" .... V- ". the only.; ... :. .,...,.. .,,;. / I' Gadsden Street Church. Rev. W. /
.. .\. ... '" gel1U11" ,:'"P.o.,; .; ... ; h. t... ...... m d arrive at nsicola 6 p. m. same STOCK FEED 1 3' ail
I ; ,: :: ,":". .. :. ,. .. .t.;' :' ....,..... $
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\ : \_... ." ) I. }. ,i''.; ':.' ... Q. Vreeland, .1stor-Services at d1y.! Fare, round trip *5; one WRY, Patronize Home industry for there it f;
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... .. l's'P1i $3. I2ulru every reason yon should buy,oar Meal ana t
J.-1 and
0; .. ... ."r a. m. 7 p. Ill. Sunday :
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.. 1' : .... ; ":........ ... .. .. ; stock teed from the Home Manufacturer, {t' ;,'
:-...:. ... :..- :;. .. .... .r.. ::. ,"'Yr.', '. -,.....d' 9:30 a. m., Dr. J. B. Tiller for by so doing you borne Indoi- '
{;'". .'h.-.. .... _.. ; I ..1.. ". '.!,j;'.. /. encourage -
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,I..r I ,s.' \ ::;;:.-. .". \ : :.::, .:. .. .. .. CARPENTRY AND try. Your money U leH In the common!;, I j
.. .. ; .1.'f' : : :' : ...:.. superintendent; Epworth League at and In torn are Indirectly benefited.
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''' 'i? ...:0..'..,-_" :' : : q : : .: : t (j :;:. '; {) .I ; 6:15 p. m., Mr. Cade Shackelford, In fostering the home manufacturer you .
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:/' ".c ....; : : '.. ...."" -. : oonlrlbate the cause of labor. You owe '
; :; f .: j c : ', i .if.: .:;: ,. j ELECTRICAL WORK
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.. .. ".-..,.,:. : i, ";..:.. "r .0" ,. : president;Ladies'Aid Society meets It to theoommuDU.ln which you lire sari 1.. ,
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L: ...._ -- ,.joQ.. 'If" I'- Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660.
.,-_ ; .. .. : \ .. days at 4 m. meeting ; ..ji.
: )J J. p. ; prayer
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.. if have electrical
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vou or
.if. : .. .. .... ',. /- :'. any carpenter
"y.. ...r".; ... _\ .I. "' ;;""!o.o', '! ... ,.;...:/" ..;;;"- ....:-..,_ ... ..;,....." every Wednesday at 7 p. m. work you want well done.
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,. ...... ..!... .. .I.. <;;;. ._,.. .. i'. .... f .-...;;...'. : First Baptist Church-Rev. F. Medical Society Attention. /
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.,;'..' \:-\ .....\! :'i\,. ;{t.\ '. .."---J \:....... i.. \-r': .Y i!{ 2.t "- Jone?lpastor. Services at lla.m.and There will be a regular meeting of
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,-,-:-\.. f : ,.:: {: ) : {I NICK'S 1'I
< ; i' .... J 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. be Pensacola Medical Society u j. j

m., E. D. Beggs, superintendent.B. he Board of Health offne at I

Y. P. U. service at 6:30 p. m. 'clock p.m. Tuesday. Jan 13 and 27. ,
Visiting physician! are cordial : rE
A cordial invitation extended to all
nT ted to attend.

you *. to attend these services.The DR.W. C. DPWBERY,
lll'tw'enra- An Odd aro ll'fl'r. IKHIUIIDAILY? lJ
"What was the trouble President I II
A Leah makes a good ba- Church of Christ.
|!\a| and IHT joun: man that tluyL couiinuu OR. L. DtM. BLOCKER

>o up the idea 'f Marrying asked roiuetor. Fill a tumbler half full with HARPER i Church of Christ, Corner Alcaniz n25ttf ..crf tart'. .' J.'j

u :..1 1.l'r: resident of ISusUliy.l water lint, the leech into it and tie a iud Jackson Streets Bible school .

.\1 l !In list was iil\\ajs tt-chy," said piwe of luu! liu ever the top to keep :):-ti: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and f j' .

i I' ? \,auc, ua\: '> aunt, with liupfr&ou- the leech from Retting; out. All you i 7:30 p. m. by W. T. Tracy of Viola, PEARL & DOLIVE. I MENUS .'1 ,
find what sort of
do out
the trouble have to to WHBCT -
tllil that was
.i. .,' .u ->. : IVnn.
meeting Wednesday
have Is to ;prayer
literal It's a weather we are going I
i1..!t all't'r. i \I't-iiu: *on 0' Iit watch the little animal. ra 7:30 p. m. Song practice at evening Call on them at the corner of Garden Comprise all the Up-to- I } !
coiuliinatioii qua !
t 4I i.: :' ; i-Ay; and Alcaniz streets for
Fur example when the day Is to be ervice begins at 7:15 o'clock. Come careenter Date Dishes the Mar- j. "
'l and electrical workor phone fiGO. .
hiUhf? all allln fine the leech will remain at the bottom r. ind join us in these services. I kets of the World t rAIIofd. :
I !L. .i \L it, hums: I '
Allwrt asked of the glass! coiled up in spiral .
t -it'
1.1:1: i'
IP' r.-hi\ ii\> .mil doter \\ she \\.iut1 shape and quite motionless. If rain Presbyterian N'TICK. :1j i!
be it will to the First Presbyterian Church, Rev. j.1
I. hI' (, .it' uf uuiKtiu:; the \\Tlln:.;tliiiii, may expected creep I have been authorized to tak
of the and there until it Linn R. Walker, Pastor; Services "tL
fiiuushiiiJ ) glass stay
\ ; for Wm. JenninBryan'a
awl -he sinl "U ("iii !CiUK ubscriptious! !{ t

(,: > tu iII Ill)' slipper,' l.jukiug; at iltarsoff.II t 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday paper "The Commoner. Ladies' Private]

him real t,>y."Wi'Il the.leech twists itself and is very 1 IT -chool at 9:30 a. m.ChriMian.. The price is $1.00 per year in ad .J

her feet an'n't as siu.ill as restless, there is going to l.e a wind i vance. Tho e desiring the paper Dining Parlor. ,

soini', lint that wjMi't his U-a. TwasUtatise storm. If it keeps out of the water for can: have it sent to them by sending ,

ln-'u pt'iuriMi-j and nut hural.He Fen'rallays., look out for a thunder Central Christian Church, No. 16 U.OOto the underFisnfd I''l
H.M. Rocir E,
rent her a lire i 1".tWII"x I l i pour, ileliiiltil storm. East Romana Street-Junior Christian Care Daily News. ''l!.

1 critter and the!! up aiul: broke the The Indications for frosty weatherare Physicians prescribe it Endeavor at 9 a. m.; Sunday Regular Dinner Daily .

fiipigwiii'iif; and Ins little sKir ate the same as for fine and for snow .chool at 10 a. m. ; Y. P. S. C. Try Gunther's Candies at -
for their most delicate
thf cuiiily and enjoyed 1 It, hy what 1 the same as for rain. In fact a }.'t''l1liJ ] 11 a. m. Solomons. "

t J>l'.lr.-" \ outli'sTor ('..IIII'ln"n.! almost as g-Hjd a forecaster as the patients. Short Orders Promptly j

, '- weather llt:1I1I1Imsllf. II Vimersalict.. FillpiKht or Day.

the ( ..f the sera Irp. OLD and PURE. First Universalist Church, East !

Citr.iIUgate: uiu an aruiy and "A Comedy Af I'rrorx. 1'-.r i'ilc hvDannheisser. Chase Street. Rev. Mrs. Athalia L. J. Herring Bros., .. .

r.t'y Kltl1JIjiiJVhat) When I'.aron HausMnann) went to If It'tPomethtnittioodtoEat '
Irwin Pastor-Subject at 11 a. m., OOULDIXO
you wishyou'll find It at ,
kind is i that? Bros.
: Con-.tanUnopleon a visit to Alxlul Aziz,
tire: Sixty a tnia- "Prayer; at 7:30 p. m., "Hell. Have specially: constructed Wagonsfor
Clan-oli. rapid who was then !sultan he had an inter- '
Sunday school at 10 a. m ; Y. P. the removal of dead animal- Nick Apostle'sR I l'
till :-:5IJlrt! :Si't. \'Il'with the grand: vizier, who did not
C. U. at 6:30 p. m.; Bible study from he city limit
know word of l'n'llC'h.t the beginning -
a Will dead horses for Restaurant '
remove or cows Popular
: of the interview the old long; Turkish Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The One Dollar each. .

A NIGHT ALARM. pipes were brought in, and then HAIR BALSAM public U cordially invited to attend Address HERRING BROS, .
CI_ and bnuiunci the lairPromote
Worse than alum -if fire HaTHII )la Muaun began:: : making: avery 'a lazunmnt prowth. these services, and the pastoris Or leave order Goulding. PMMMA
au at night
I Never Full Restore
long speech in Itench. The grand: 10 Gray glad to meet after 135 East Intendencia street. .
I strangers
Hair to Its Youthful Color. always
.-. the bray cluh of croup whichtundliketheehildren'sdeathknell understand word butlistened 3 Cum imp, d,......* hi*tuhce. ------- --- .--- .J ;
vizier 'uuhlnut 1 --- ---
Yrandlloe elm:':',AThi1 the benediction.
most attentively till he noticed .

iud it m*>:iti4 death unless something that his pipe' had gone out and clapped' I Christian Science SAMUEL CHARLES i '

i- diup quickly. Folly's Honey and his hind fe.r a servant: to come and relight Services at 202 West Gregory street : : I ,
l'ir nexvr faiU to give instant relief : it. IIaiuni.inn. thinking: he was at 11 a. in. All interested are invitedto rl fi : :J. .

inj quickly cures tile worst forms of applauding' rushed toward him with I attend. .

"up. :\Ir..l'. I.. Cordier. of Man- outstretched hand, intending to shake' 4 REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT. : : ;,

'nitu'top.. Ky., writer: ":\Iy three hands and thank him. The grand vizier, Saltation Army. :. .
.' .ir.oM: girl had: a severe case of shook it Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes, Leather& Findings. ;f. :
seeing his hand put forth Everyone is cordially invited to
rimp; the d'ictor said l lhe could not .
It\... I <;..t a Inttle of Foley's Honey warmly and said: -Goodby," under the attend the meetings at the Barrackson PHONK &1-1. U07 SOUTH PALPOX 8TKKKT.WICKE r r.

:it. 1 Tar; the fir-t dose gave: quick re- impression It was )IIaus.sniann's intention REAL ESTATE DeReache street. Holiness meeting -r .I! h,t:

;' "iiJsivpd her life." Refuse sub to leave and quitted the room. ,1
Sunday at 11 a. m. Junior class .
..I.trt..;. W.'Alemberte, 118.! No. I South Palafox Street. ; & CO. i ;
I'.ILtr.x "trf'f't.L meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation meetings ,
"Ear ol DloD.lo8. -
every night at 8 o'clock in the t

A, cunningly consisting of constructed a large: chamber prison cavern connected Partial List of Desirable Dwellingsfor Barracks; open airs at 7 p. m. Plumber Gas and Steam : '

L LODGE DIRECTORY w Uh one of smaller Ilimcosiuns.slluatt'll Rent in Various Partsof Lutheran.GermanLutheran Fitter, i.t': ;,I

near Sjracuse Italy, has gone the City:
Church, J. F. 4
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. into legendary!: history with the title of $3MO-y j-story house containing 12 rooms No. 6 South Palafox Street .4' L
the "Ear of Dionysius." The smaller ail modern conveniences batb on W. Reinhardt, Pastor-German ser- f
Ff nuaeola Lodge. No. 3, K. of P. chamber was unknown to the prisoners upper nICe yard and and lower shrubbery floors,corner stable out.lot vice at 10:30 a. m.; English service, All Kinds 01- Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand !. 't

meets every Monday evenIng kept In this underground: dungeon, and houses., etc, No. 711 East LuKuatreet. with holy communion at 7 p. m.; "wtsePgnwv ..sR .y.a.a rr t." ."'._ :

at 1:10 at Cattle nail the tyrant by whose name it Is kntfwn $;!.i.oo-3'ltory boarding house, containing confession at 6:30 p. m.; Sunday .: i

t In Bnl'-tlDg the third Blount floor.VUIUQK Watson. had a habit of secreting himself thereto 25 Leon:, known,No. 110 as East the Intendencia Ponce de school at 9 a. m. A special collec- ,t) f1

!et bretbrea cordially listen to the conversation of the convicts street. tion will be taken up in all servicesfor :
a weloomed offenders. PJ.llO-II. desirable Story modern dwelling .WILL MOYER'S. /
J. A. LYLK. who were mostly political 7 rooms, mon desirable section of the home mission. .. ..
H. HORBLKB 0. C. An Ingenious device constructed at city on a corner on the street car
K. K.a S. chamber line.No.62JNorth: Barcelona street Seamen's Friend :
the smaller end of the larger Society.
130.00-Large 2-story! dwelling. 10 rooms.
sounds through the The Seamen's Friend will WEST SIDE GROCERY .1f
transmitted the fronting Seville Square, No.SiiU East Society ,p t
IKtiiion Ii4it1<;R No. 13 thus enabling the suspicious Government street. hold services! at 3:30 ,
,. ", ., partition, t3O. Comfortable new 2-story modern religious! p. m.
I.. .. 'v.ll'iU'rv Tuesday evening At 7W: at ruler to hear even the whispered conversations dwelling 9 rooms,very desirable section Sunday in their reading room on
.' :... ttelttugKnlgbtseordiaIlyInvited.corner 1'alafox. and ll\rd"n of his "suspects." of tbe city situated on North HAS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OFFish t :,
Baylen between Strong and DeSoto South Palafox street, in the corner f
J. ALlI1KTJOIlNsosS !: ,
.'\ 1.1'0 K. ol (. C.C. $:.3.00-2-story streets.dwelling In good order with building; nortn of the Scandinavian Roe, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, Barrel Olives, I
Something: to Shoot. "rooml. three doors from the belt church. Seamen and citizens of all s
The other day a solitary sportsman. line ban gas and water throughout, Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and Every- ,J' ,;
,I No.2wNnrth Barcelona street. denominations are invited. H. C.
1.0. O. F. his gun under his arm was wandering $20.00-1-story dwelling 7 rooms, city water, thing Kept in a First-Class Grocery, I'
down a country lane In Irn''rnessshlre bath gas, wltb large corner lot. No. Gusbman, secretary.
UJ, West street.
IVn-aeola l. dg< No. 4 when he met a small !boy making for $1170: -1-story dwelling.II rooms, newly papered Saints ceilrg. FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS.A t !

and painted throughout, on
is every Thursday evening at .::\) at the SChOll! belt line. No.31\1\ talt(, rt'gory.treet. Latter Day Saints will hold ser-
t>.*-"T, i',! \'all.Mv#.t Intendencia. street. "I say, my boy. he remarked, "ia 115.OG-t.story dWl'l11nt.clty; water and bath, vices in Saints hall 523 East Chase Car L ail of tbs Justly CelMei Majestic Flcar Just Beceire.( t'
I'reihr tnvltad.J ,
<-n cordially there to shoot down here? 7 rooms half block of ground with
E. IuNC.N.G. beautiful shade trees, No. 7US East streetSunday night at 6:30 o'clock. iV
J. \ViLsus l'crt'tary.AMERICAN. The boy looked around for a moment Ct'rvantelltret't. All are invited to attend. Elder E.
and then answered with eagerness: I2.-1-storydwelling, N'o 415 East Gregory !
D. Powell
and presiding. 50 PIECE DINNER I SET
skulcmalster comin'owre street,} rooms, newly papered ;
,\Yl., there's a. FREE"i
painted. _ _
the hill.:"-London Answers. 111.00-io.ellEast Belmont street 5-roora Wind Shod. :
cottage city water newly painted. of the effects Wonderful Inducement to sell oar Bu Beklaa Pmler
1''n"U'III. Chapter No. O07 In perfect order. Two striking Instances ETwrparrhuvrof: a pound em of a... BmLlmgPmttr : .. .
currents of air under oor Flu Ko. &will men*this bavptUal W.krlOel.eonIIlCo
F E Bh\WNER, LlSDlSSTRfTn, The Giraffe. $ ()- 0.1014 North Alcanli strhet. ft new of "wind shots or the ingot flb-her infill i irtsMei,fall sue.fees Uftt rat glut (** 1tlJ
house In good order with 5 rooms. balls, are efsrTrarchuer
the enemy's cannon !em. Jtenwmtier this NKcrftetl* lIat.ol1lleJ1rwelo :
secretary, Governor The children had written composi- 110.00-No. 8111 East Belmont street, city caused by Sir of hoo Gold artx-fet dented bf our flan h0.6.. .. 1i I
water, a neat t room cottage newly In theutoblograpby of To ...."., who IdII f.-n cane 01 *...-B.1.1.. P4er,
tions on the giraffe. They were reading and renovated tbriugbout.t given occasion hIs undermnho. ,.ltll tt.Urf__t.ftfcUWMiJf.l Mruerhet IoU ';
painted Smith. On one .> l.crk nfckwitve *a bandmnely decorated 6rttn *- .v, Ht
Henry FT )
L. them aloud to the class. At last the time .ro-No.. 910 East, LaKoa street, a neatly dead, but be was Maw feetPIf*Tc*Mel. ......kl'r.-. We '
K. OF came for little Willie to read his. It papered! 4 room cottage In good con- horse fell as If stone do not rwium any marry la advaore. Pimply send us yoor came :; :
dition,large lot city water.A at alL On another occasion an and addreM and we will tonrart oar different plans ana full Inlormitxm. \; : 4
was as follows: "The giraffe is a dumb large list smaller dwellings, as well not hurt T_ will k*.MnriwJ t. .n what esrn be c ti.
1.1)t'n' Abt-euibly 1505. number stores and offices foil KENT officer was "knot ked down by the wind plUkr I..'..11.... .... Wewmanowyoaefteeo >llvvtlieffooiliaa4eaDceBicniooTMor* #
animal and cannot express Itself by as a wymg u. We allow term eaih nnunuuaa U prrfared. We pay all fmnU. W*also pv rTtlrtni. f' ,: ,
his face as black as If he .......iMtranoiu, Cfc.. .ajhandrail ,
t Meets first rnontb.Al of a shot and T" *,lllft WaUt PalliiM. Lwc.'CvrtAln IIaeIotac >
Monday In each any sound because its neck is so long THOS. C. WATSON & CO., of ottrrsrfnianddednbleWei ,for leUu oar..... Write for J'Iana anti full InfonnaUea.We .
P. H.TRARP. been two hours in a pugilistic etas beret. Mb ....... tifUp \
bad sail IIY
Al).rnia McCossttL. M. W. its voice gets tired on Its way to its Leading Real Estate. Rental and Insurance ItJILiOIA. 8UPLI&II CONY'AWT, 1x7 ,! .
.Drctrtaty. I mouth" Agents South falatox Hireet. rin::." aaanre our readen that the Salvona Supplies CoBpeay if tborongbly reliab1e.-E4i&oL ..'eI 'jj

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t, 5 NOTES FROM POLITICS AND'POLITICIANS, Ask your doctor about Ayer's Cherry Strongest-in the World.

THE I Pectoral for colds, coughs, croup, asthma, The
DOCKS Equitable
hared.s"e Offle .S PeDucola,
fit*aMonO-elMt mau.r. bronchitis, consumption. Ue knows.t; .

.ncspuS' Building, tax South Iiife Assurance
f ttafe>.sr..t. up-ftain. Yesterday. afternoon. there were When "Junins," "Justice," "Tax. l Socitty

five sailing vessels and six steam- payer," "Citlzen," Vox Populi," et
al, begin to write pieces to the newspapers -
ships moored at the twin docks of it is a sure sign that somethIng TARPON MADE If you are feeling out of sorts, if HENKY B. HYDE Founder
farms: Invariably in Advance. the L.A N four circulation or digestion
big ocean your your
is doing in the
political arena,
fM Year by Mail __K 00
'q zMoBtbi ir0.paweeibyCarrterPsableMonda lying in the slip and having plentyof and hat tbe pot will soon be simmering ia bad yon ought to think first about

} 10 room between one another. The and bubbliBg. It ia yet four QUICK TRIP your liver. Probably that is all tbat Preliminary Statement, Jan. l. HX\3.: \

,UnHiu'iig Rates furnished on Application months and more to the city election, is wrong with you. HEPATICURA Outstanding Assurance,; :tO.OmHm
aggregate tonnage of the vessels was provides for the best health possibleand )

TELEPHONE NO. 118. 18231!! and five different nationalitieswere and most of our old friends have already will answer all your needs. If Income .......... .... ... &,OU) 1+J

represented. A tourist party appeared in print. ARRIVED FROM INITIAL TRIP you want real good health keep the New Assurance ........ 2i5.u0.0U
liver right, and there is
snapped a good many views and From the number of good men EARLY THIS MORNING. better to keep the liver right than Assets.........-...... ... 3CO.Ono.OiO)
will have them printed for distribu who seem to be willing to serve the HEPATICDRA.

city as its marshal, the job must bea Mr. Daniel James of Pensacola, Assurance Fund and

tion. good one; what, with the continual The steamer Tarpon of Fla., says: I want to tell you how all other liabilities...
Phosphate rock was fairly rained passenger much I appreciate your liver medi-
discord in the ranks of the police,
FEI8AOOLA JAN 24, 1903 the new St. Andrews & Gulf Steamer HEPATICURA. My wife had Surplus .... ..... ... ... 75tu)p\)
into the steamers Bonanzo Vincenzo with the
weekly disagreements
been sick ior a long time. I did not I
and Manchester Inventor yesterday. Board of Safety, and an occasional Line, arrived at 7 o'clock this know exactly what was! the matter The largest Increase ever made in any year

TH. German war ships are indnlg- Increased demand for this useful resolution of censure by that body, a morning from her initial trip to St. with her. I' suppose it must have j i In the history of the Society
in or less regular target been '
log more liver .
some trouble. I had to
trial and suspension by tbe council, JAMES W. ALEXANDER:
Andrews and Millville, making the President,
practice with the Venezuelan forts product has caused great activity in have a physician very often, but i
-.. Ideal objects to shoot at. and divers and sundry and other trip from St. Andrews bar to her she did not get well until she took JAMES H. HYDE, Vice-Presidtnt,
the Tennessee markets, all of which I'I
troubles; the present marshal bash HEPATICURA. A few bottles ,

IF the legislature don't know exactly Is shipped through steamers. The d to contend with, it would seem Pensacola dock in about ten hours. cured her. She is well now and

the office would nave to seek the Fearful weather on the gulf duringthe never complains. I give it to the "
what to do and how to do it Italian vessel will carry out about children and
take it myself, and it I
j when it meet in Tallahassee next 3000 tons. man-but it don't. night caused a slight delay, but keeps us: all well. Sold: by all drug- I 1! KNOWLES BROS.,

April, it will be because the mem As the \Manchester Corporation taking everything into consideration gists. I II j General Agents,
Marshal Credille will be a candidate I
don't read the
: % bers-elect papers. was moved to sea today, the sister for re-election and he has many the first trip was one of great VALUABLE CITY LOTS. :309' 8. Palafox St.. PENSACOU.

1 WEST VIRGINIA has a corporationtax ship of the same line was immediately warm friends who will dn their best success and the projectors were jubi- -

tax which brings in money enough for him, of them feeling tbat --
hauled over and took the former's lant.As 'WHY NOT THE BEST
to pay the state's expenses and the he has not been treated altogether I the vessel into her berth ;I
swung Of the large number of lots
berth to begin; loading cotton recently ,,
!; legislature is considering the aboli fair and by the administration -
square present
her whistle cord was pulled for long purchashed by Mr. 0. M. Pryor ,
; tion of the direct tax, while it raises The warehouses: have hundreds of and will try and reelect I
intervals, and the fact advertised aud placed on sale to desirable: purchasers ; THE fdERGHaNTSTnaNsFEn
ir-, the ante demanded of fome of the the fleezy bales: yet. the gentleman as an emphasis

Y: public service corporations doing It Is stated that the present seasonin to this feeling.ExMarshal. that the new craft was at her home many have been sold, but ,
of the
some choicest are still held
t business in the! state
1 cotton will be a very busy one, port. him. ;, GO.
Wilde wants his old
l salaries of the isthmian Five passengers; were on the steamer He will sell to actual settlers
WITH many of the regular traders carryj j job back, and having sustained a on
; canal commission fixed at $1000 a additional from St. Andrews. It is expectedthat most favorable terms, as he is determined Having been awarded the contract
ing out quantities at each
permanent injury in the city's service for carrying the U. S. Mail between
J t month, with extra allowance for incidental a much larger number will return to build up this property i the L. & N.
trip. This is especially true of the that partially incapacitates him i I Depot and Post OlK -
1 traveling expenses, it is no Liverpool steamers. for hard work, he thinks he ought to on her next trip.It lo j and also the exclusive baggaKeprtvt: -
lrJ I wonder tbat no more rapid progress: YOU KNOW t; legs on all trains entering: the city
have it. is
I HIJ already actively at
was stated that the 's
II Tarpo arrival i we are prepared to tran-fer bagigeand
toward a canal has been made.
t I NOT DUE TO CLUL\n:. work. He was! recently elected vice BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. have pas-engeis; to and tram all hotels

at St. Andrews created a -
They don't want to very
just simply
H1 president of the Concordia club, a large stock of dressed studdingand residences! and trains day or
,,,4 work themselves out of a job. Catarrh ia Found Everywhere. favorable! impression. One man was i night.
. --- which will gi7e him a bU prestigewith joist Get their prices before ,

,,\)t j, THE/democratlc executive committee everywhere.Catarrh is at While home more anywhere and the German vote. Frank says mean enough; to remark that the buying dl6-lni Prompt & ReliabI SeniGe Gil salve!.
of Hamilton county accuse he is going to win."Don't mills closed down and hobses werei
,ti s cold, changeable climates, it is We also conduct a Freight Deliv-
,t the governor of riding rough shod I deserted ia order that everybody in MONEY TO LOAN 1 ery Business-haul piano safe: =.
1 by no means confined to them, but is do anything till you see i 1
over the democratic voters of that I machinery and furniture at Reasonable : -
prevalent in every state and territory me" Louie Anderson, says he has a the country about could come and At the Loan Office of W': R. MerNwether Prices.
county in the matter of appoint
in the union. cinch. He is running on his recordas look over the new arrival. At one :, 112 South Tarragona street. Telephone your orders to F. R.Pou's .
ments. Lets see, wasn't it the executive You can get sum of
The common definition of catarrhis marshal and if : any money you Livery Stables Phone U, or
deputy we can time there
committee of Hamilton were hundred may need at the lowest rate of in- Mrs. H. H. Hallmark'g, Residence
county that refused to allow the a chronic cold in the bead, which j ji jif judge by that Louie would make the men, women and children on the terest. You can be assured of fair Phone 3.,1.MERCHANTS: .
I i long neglected often destroys the i ideal officer for the top place. treatment and strictly confidential: i 1
democratic voters of that county to sense of smell and hearing; but docks looking at the vessel, and business relations. j7tf ,!'! TRANSFER CO..
choose their candidates for the offices -
there are many other forms of the Then there's Fred Schad ; he will i opinions were numerous. Some '' MRS.H. H. HALI.\fARK.: Prop,
by the primary election plan?
tI disease, even more obstinate and 'be backed by the Boars-Dun ham were ludicrous, to say the least. RARE BARCAINS. HAKEY HALLMARK, Transfer AI.,
t A HEAVY editorial broadside was dangerous. '!crowd, and that,means a big bunch The Tarpon will remain idle until L.&: :X, R. K.(o.,]'.and P.* A. l>lv.Idtail .

it fired by the Daily Capital a few days I Catarrh of the throat and bronI of votes. If Fred runs as well as he Seventy-five acres on Blackwater1
I next Tuesday;when a regular schedule Bay, rich black hammock lands, two
}A.! ago, aimed at the ttfete grand jury I' chial tubes as well as catarrh of the i plays I ball, he will be hard to beat. will be miles from :Milton particularly i
commenced. The entire Till:
_ system, and last Thursday it turned stomach s and liver are almost as I Icomcioii i t adapted to pecan This land joins !
Tom Nee is also
a U loose at the petit jury. The Capital i as nasal catarrh and making a try for\ ,run will be made, although on the : the celebrated! Criglar pecan grove '

11 seems to be "dead asin" the jury I i lerally I If more ditlicult to cure. gen-1!I[ to murshalship dodge republican, and if affidavits he manages'; he +j)i' first trip only two of the six Objl'c-I and Two is partially hundred cleared.aud eighty acre, :
t f. system as at present operated. Se.I I Catarrh is undoubtedly a blood may be close up at the finish. I jtive' points were touch d. 100acrpcleareJ,7 miles from Milton ,
: rionsly, there is much to condemn in j j''disease and can only be successfully! 3j miles from the railroad on j
i I were St. Andrews and :\Ii1!vile! ,
tbe grand jury system and much 'eradicated by au internal treatment. These, and it is said, Thomas F. : River at Faulk's Ferry 11'holr'.ale and
\ about 17 miles the Well watered and with dwelling ':
tbat deserves adverse criticism i in I I Sprays, washes and powders are useless Wrightdii, Bronco Bill Butler ana' apart making *, outhoas and fencing.good (:roverIIIAUl1UALTEI -.

the know it of late as far as reaching the real seat Frank Saunders 'total distance covered by the Tarpon
petit jury as we I I : ire sure starters. i There are 40 acres of cypress in'': S' Knit

+ years. It is generally conceded tbat: || of the disease is concerned. j about 220 miles. She lift Wednes- this tract worth the price of the

fil we seldom see a petit jury that fairly j Dr. Mclverney advises catarrh I It is also understood that a promi-( !i i 'day night, aud one of her crew said whole. This land has been grown Family, Fancy and Staple
neut youth:: Palafox street business extensively to cane and large prfitemade. !
comes up to the averae of the community :i, 'sufferers to use a new preparation,, ,
;I man has Consented: to let his nevi :j''this morning that the only thing There are 1200 acres of fenceduMurage j* Groceries, <
:t for good standing and intel- ;;; :sold by druggists;: called tjtuart's I II I I adioiuintr. which is free. fc

# ligence. Why this is so is well un- :'Catarrh: Tablets, because actual an- be used, and that his frieuda will I |/that prevents "her from being a Eighty-one acr"s,'3 miles north of and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fancy

announce him at the proper time. : bird is ab of ." above with good bou ". well and
denstood by the lawyers and court; I i alysis has shown these tablets to I an -ence wing= Goods.
i You look for when -' -- --- -- axing; fe1 pond rilltract i i.+
i can a lively fight
officers aud they should al-o become( 'contain: certain anti-septic qualities I, valuable in connection with stock We are Sole Distributors for \\Vf;
Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer'iIHwamp.RIot
i u aware of the fact that an improve- ''of the highest value and beingan the announcement is made. I the great kidney, liver railing. The woud and timber will Florida for the Celebrated Cafe dr

,d ment is demanded.. ._ 1 internal remedy, pleasant to the It is now a certainty that Hon. i| and bladder remedy, are belli* di-. pay land.Xo.for clearing and also for the :Monde, Illini Coffee{ and ,Climax Sweet Flonr15lyle HOUle :Molaw : ."-*
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taste, convenient and harmless | tributed here from house,free. Have
"Bob" Davis will be a candidate for Delicatessen, German Am i
' | eurh bargain: a? this has | e r can
. THE legi-latures of many: of the ,' be Used as freely as required, as well 1 I I governor, and the man that beats'' you received one? been offered to purchaser The yet Food LX's Canned Meats, Ktc. All

\, ., states have been devoting their energies for children as for adults. land have been cultivated for of which are sold by all first-cias-
Bob will have to ran. years
for the pat few days to ?eT -1! An attorney and public speaker: | DEATH OF and I know what they will produce. Retail Grocers in the city.ln'Rpl .

; letting United senator*. who had been a catarrh sufferer for It is generally conceded that Ellis I They are couvenirnt'io market and SOUTH ('.\I.J'oxI
While most of the members of the of GadsJeu will knock down the will be sold at a b trgain on account
f I' years says: I AN AGED LADY I of owner engaging; iu other business. :I

! present senate whose terms are about Every fall I would catch a cold : plum. i For particulars, price and term*, ,,

i to expire have been rt-elected, thereI which would settle in my head and I -- -- address NED FAY, I I I I PENSACOLAPressing

I are a few conspicuous exception, throat and han all winter A Cure For Lumbago.W.C.Williamsof j9f Pensacola, Fla.: ,'
; on lung _
I Mrs. Margaret A. Giddens, 61
r4 j and we note among these two senators and every winter it seemed to get ,a Amherst, Va., I Heads Should fever Ache.
years of age, who resided at 114.South Club
who have been '
prominent I in
t 1. | little worse. I was continually! says: "For more than a year I suffered Sever ensure: this trouble. Use

; the councils of the democratic party! j clearing my throat and my voice became from lumbago. I finally tried j DcVilliers street, died yesterday at once the remedy that stopped it for at

if I for many year. They are GeorgeO. effected to such an extent as Chamberlain's Pain Balm and i it I 2 p. in., from a complication of dis- :Mrs. N. \Veb-ter.. of Winnie Va. I:; FOR GENTLEMEN
: Vest of Missouri, and James K.: I She writes: "Dr Kin?'!! New Life |
:1 J to interfere with my public speak gave me entire relic, which all I ease' She will be buried tomorrow Pills
" Jones of Arkansas. e-t hail served wholly cured me of sick head w
'' I I' iuga other remedies had failed to do. forenoon, the funeral services" to take aches I had suffered from for two :
t his state with credit and made "I tried troches and cheap cough :Sold by all druggists and medicinedealers. from St. I, years" Cure Headache, Con-.tlpa- Ono Dollar Per MonthIn
r place Joseph's church at 10
; reputation as a statesman surpassed I cures and sometimes got relief Lutonly I tion. Hiliou-ne.s. Hoc. atV.. A. ,

I I i J! by few of his contemporaries, and for a short time, until this o'clock. D'Altmberte's drug store, 121 South' Advance to Membership.

.s I retires by his own choice and with winter when I learned of the new NOTICE. I The aged lady was survived by Palafox street. < Clothes Cleaned and Pressed &.

i'!! the knowledge: that his public aetsr f catarrh cure, Stuart's Catarrh Tab- four children; naml'ly1: r John ..- ------ -- ---- -- -- -. -- often a* desired. Your Clothes

'if'r 1, have met with the approval of the !!i lets, through a newspaper advertise PEXSAC-OLA, FLA., Jan. 24th 1l3'1' IN YOU WANT GOOD BOOKS, fnt for and delivered. Call at
lcClokeyIi Gidden 9 rijuth Palafox
s Maggie iud Join
2 th
The from
Missouri Not following extracts ,
! quite s
'I o'j merit. Two fifty-cent boxes, which Club..
' j' with l\Ir.Jone'l. He has wou some I bought at my druggist's cleared regulations of the State Board of ,'I! Andrew Giddens and Jack MatI1 CHEAP, NOW IS THE

OJ fame but it was more as a false po-' ', my head and throat in fine shape I II Health, which Lave the validity tI .f !i thews. 8he had recently the care of Laiies' Plain Skirts a SpeciEliv,

lilical prophet than as a statesman: >, I! and to guard against; a return of my I! law, are hereby published for the information i several children of the late Arthur TIME TO BUY

. j: acd bis retirement from the senate I old trouble I keep a box of the tab- '' of whom it may concern. I[: tl'lina. Yours for Neatness,

was enforced by the successful, 'I Rule 06.; No owner of any manufactory THEM
,,1; lets on hand and whenever I catch G. W. IRWIN.
t j' in this State shall admit The death of this estimable lady I!
[J rivalry of a competitor for the sent a'- little cold I take employment ,, As '
I ja a tablet or tw.!:) I we are closing out Stock to make:
.1.| torship in the person of Gov. James and ward elf any serious develop- any person who cannot : was felt keenly by her many friends, room for New Goods soon to arrive. i J i

1 P. moots" ( produie satisfactory evidence of and doubtless a great cortege will i 1
Clarke _____ I Hot
t j | been vaccinated. None will be priced at Chocolate with
I having successfully !
fituart's Catarrh Tablets deserves { j follow the remains to the last resting '' Whipped Cream
at Solo-
I Rule 2. Any on who violates more than cost, and
WEDDINC to head the list as a household j j per ]I place. mon's.
J QUIET :'remedy, to check and break up I I[ diobf"y"omitq, neglects or refuses !I - many instance below. For in-

I to with of the rules and J we quote .
I) t coughs and colds, becau-e unlike COlI'ply any Have you seen those shaving

THURSDAY NIGHT I I'many other catarrh and cough cures I regulations which may be adopted ':', stands and music cabi !15 Vol. Set Mead's Works ....$1.00 STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

I by the State Board of Health, as 5 Vol. Set Hetty Rooks.1 do,
these tablets contain no opiate co- I nets at Marston ulna's
| cline hereinafter provided, that may be' $ (! I,,,5 Vol. Set Ewing's Worki......$100''

; At the home of Mr. L. W. Williams or any-injurious-- -drug. I I duly promulgated by said Stated I\ Just the thing for a Christ-16 i\i Vol. Set Cooper's Hea Tales...$!.(fJ ', Between IVnsacola and )(lIronH"a1Itnn.

!I 224 North Baylen street M r. I Tne fishing smacks Francis an Health Officer, or !said Board of ,] mas present.Do 5 Vol. Set McCauley'sllistoryofEngland .. Dally Ficepi: Sunday

,j James Whiting and Miss Leonardj Mafjrorie and Clara P. dwell of I I Health shall be guilty of a misdemeanor .... .. .. .. .... .. ... ....$Lr><1 "CITY OF TAMPA."

' Warren & Co's flee:' went out to sea .. and upon conviction thereof want 3 Vol. St Hhake pear.... .. .. ...|1.00 |
j ; Eugenia Feltheim, both of this city, yen a magnificent watchfor ;"y Milton_._eglam LvPD+cola.l:!ltpm
this morning.: shall be fined in a sum not less than I little 13 Vol. Set nhakrspear.3 50 : atPeaea ,
. money? If so, call or. ola."am Ar Milton .6. pnFare.
were united iu matrimony Thursday 1100.00 nor more than UOl .OO or be the 13:: Vol. Set Chanbers' Encyclo- j .One, : Hound trip.II:OQ.

j evening at o'clock.. Following the imprisoned in the county jail for cot I Stephens commodate you.jeweler. He will ac. r/l'iia ...... .... .... ...........$500

Impaired Digestion less than one or more than six : 13 Vol. Set! Bulwer's Novels.$3

If ceremony, which was performed by months 12 Vol, Bet Scott's Novels... ...$3 00!; JEWELER IN HIS
Rev. P. H. Whaley of Christ church, May not be all that is meant by dyrpepsia Hot French Waffles with
WM. HAYS 1201.. Set T. :S. Arthur.... .... .|;;
the assembled party sat down to a now but it will be if neglected. Florida Cane Wi
: The uneasiness after City Health Officer. Syrup at 1 Vol. Set Prescott.... .... ...... i
bountiful spread.! The happy: young eating! fits or her v j Solomon's.You 75i i NEW STAND

. couple will make their home at" i- i ous headache sourness of the stomach, and ,. Free Vaccination will be continl too other volumes of other Standard '

., East Gadden street. Both are j disagreeable belching may not be very ba ued as heretofore. j-2l-lw I will consult your best Interests Works at equally low prices.COE'S' j
j now, but they will be if the stomach is by going to O. M. Pryor if j I
widely and favorably known both j I su3ercd to grow weaker. I I you 4 I have moved my jewelry store to
I TO CCUB A COLD IS OBI: DAYTake want furniture. He is in to.' I
here and at Warrington.ECZEMA. 1 I'yspepsia is such a miserable diseasei I position :' BOOK STORE. ,'' 120 South Palafox, formerly occupied
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All j sell cheaper than any other house in '.
NO cnuO PAY j i that the tendency to it should l-e: given I druggists refund the money If It fMls to i i the city. I I;I by Baas & Co., and am now

Your druggist: will refund your money If f early attention This U cocijuetcly occ r- I cure. to;. W. signature is cu 'lIch : j 913Iout h lal.if>>\ streer, I better prepared than ever to give

FAZO OINTMENT falls to cure Ringworm, J come byaood's box. :;;C. t CA.STORA... .I: PENSACOLA, s I'LORIDA.I great bargains: in diamonds,watches

,Old Ulcer led Bores. Pimples e We will launder 5-an tt. m i.j VM Hate heals rV',"'
Teller Sarsaparilla your spreads to I I I jewelry, etc. Call aud see me and
' Blackheads on the face, and all etln& d wick strengthens thewhole 15 cents, each and make them loot 7'. & ?&; I Try Gnnther's Candies at I|i let me convince you.
, I digestive system ?
',ca ei. toceou. like law Star: Laundry. Solomon's. I| J. I. STEPHENS.


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formed ATo.0eoa. -' "t !a::+
a personal and friendly acquaintance '-- : :
with about every old MINORITY. W. O. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; t 'q : _. ,: !
..J. FOSNEEYIae-Preeldent JOHN PFEIFPER, Ant C.,hltr. f.;' ..t .!
drummer ou the road. t ,

O LS Lam Webb, the young man from AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ; 1:1 ; ";

Ferry Pass, who struck old man If yon are one of the small minority that bas .': :
hDr. -- Esleman and broke the latter's / ,
( 5 arm, 1 n
OF ,
fcsA. not need "GOOD ITCK" Eating PENSACOLA, TLA. 1,1't., tt i
Mfi-;: McCall of Chicago has been released from Jail under a Powder you '!J i

at.and the Merchants for a short bond of (160 allowed by JUde" Mc. should Immediately purchase a can from your Designated Depository of the United States. :-t, ,,:, i'

ate Cullagh. Condensed Statement at the close of business NOT. 26, 1902. ;; t !
stay.i: grocer and be convinced that It poeseeees merit t.jl 'N t
H. Loan: of New York, a Rollflit.US Alex. Bell, a well-known young RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. 1 a i-

1 :,.:, H i a guest at the Mer- white man, was before the mayor auperlor to all other brands. Loans and Discounts' ...................... $442,92184 Capital Stock .......... .................,. $200.000X0) I 1" t' t'' .j!
"" this morning for carrying concealed Overdrafts Becuredand Unsecured....... 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .......... .... .... ...... ,20,000,00)( i ( "t!
cl.lllt! a pistol having been foundon (7.,8. Bonds and Premiums........ ...... 213,806.87 Undivided Profits..... ... ............. .... 6,690.34 \ I t'; ..t
i Hed-trom, Waukesha. Wis., weapons Richmond Virginia. Stocks, eecurities, etc.......... ............ 2,625,00 Rediscounts........................... .... 10,287.61 '. 11 t
T.1I.} admirers of the beautlr him when arrested Thursday Furniture and Fixtures.... ..... .... ...... 6,718.48 CIrculation....... ................ .... ..... 12 .00.I.00 i fi. I' h
'*amag tlie: night. Sentence was suspended upon [. R. Stamps............. .... ... .......... 65.82 Depcsits ..........!.. .................. ...... 481E04.36Total Ut, t!
\\'elthH today in Pensacola. hU good behavior.An Cash and Exchange....................... 163,943.12 1 ;' : -f t

were given 60 days JOHN EACANIS t J
fcuivagrants: arc light has been erected at i -. t.: ..
Etch oa the ;treats this morning. the intersection of Zarragossa! and ...... .... .... ....................... $822,382.30 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ........... $822,382.30 ., j i.,
They cotstiw16 a gang of alleged Tarragona streets for the purpose of This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give "!." ,-''. f'l
stranded sc'or-;:. spoken: of in this affording safety to pedestrians who VERY SICKTHE your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. "
pass that way at night. This spot 'It
paper yesterday. was really dangerous before to the 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Ii t r' '-, '
Probably: DO people in the countrjarew' many who passed along that way.A a .f1. ,
rJud2e8of; or more familiar DISTINGUISHED DISTRICT I 4 )
Talent Social and Chicken Pie '
witbthe good hotels in every will be given by the Ladies'of B. H. FAIRCHILD 'f-. !:
Supper ,'
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tLan the drummers. This ob- the Universalist Church at Miss ATTORNEY'S CONDITION IS I.. W. & COO -r- --v G. W. & CO" "' -. j14 11 : '. J-J"
city serwtwn H prompted by noticing so Heine's Musical Academy Thursday CT PEE: O Xj 0 T :38: :H 33:H I rG. lI! P; {
evening, Jan. 29. Admission, ALARMING.
iniay of thee; knights of the rip at 25C. An excellent program, now be. I ISpecialt \ : :}
tbe Merchants every day the past ing arranged, will be announcedlater. laroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a t C:; i t : 1
wk. Cart. Kryger seems:! to have ,. I IPhoD.O : !\ t 'I I
Hon. John EJgan, United States 406. I,,>(, :) '' !U.' 'I'\
attorney for the Northern District of *, ,
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Florida, is ill this Q "
afternoon, the reported dreaded very R. K. WHITE, o L _4 :
ct u1ic 'I .
having fastened itself upon the distinguished Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jewelerand 5
G patient in not a mild Graduate Optician, t> 'lit.

form. 11 South Ptlifox St., Penucolt,Fit p (i' :

STILL LOUEHAT His condition became so alarming :| i

: this morning that a message was J. N. ANDREWS -
i'sent to his son to come home. The i
? i

young man is attending school in v1* Headquarters for 0 I. \( For will Close Out irit' ;,',
Monday Only we
1 Tennessee and may reach herd to. a j ,,

1 FAIR'SYOUR 'j morrow. SEWING MACHINES.REAL ;o Large Consignment of Beautiful and Q : l' Io

Mr. Eagan had been in Washington ESTATE AND RENTAL ACENT Brand New Embroideries at i ': ,

': for the past few days, returning : It.f "

I I yesterday morning. A severe cold 1:1 a" n'h Pillar" orreer c3. 7c per yard. ; ;:,

CHOICE.r.MONDAY had been contracted by him and it is -- -- -- 'I '

stated this afternoon that this has : OLD DEESTRIGK SKULE .....REAL VALUES 10 TO 20c..... 0 .f I':"

AND TUESDAY developed into pneumonia.The -- 6 MONDAY ONLY P { .'.
serious illness of this gentleman "
The "Old Deestrick Skule which \ ) Ii I
is a matter of sincere regret to :
-OF- I will be given at the opera house on !"j J4 .
his; many friends. :
I t; .k.
February 3rd by local talent will GREEN WATSON & CO. ..
ANY TRIMMED HAT IN OUR Happiness is the proper good I furnish two hours or more genuine
human effort, and health is indis- ., .
pensable to it-take Hood's Sarsa- laughter than the majority of com- p.LcoT:6. W. & COjG. W. & CO' "in S t".
parilla. edies. The rehearsals:! are being ., ,
-- rO -
held in the basement of the Baptist .NO.O.O.0...O.I/NNN..NWNO............... '
7JtS2.DO jB3r 'WEATHER WILL BE I church, and passersby! stop to find .i! ::1 r 1'

out where all the fun is coming It
All our $3 00 and $4.00 Hats at $2.00All .; !] from. Last: night the kollar,," SACRIFICE SALE i } '1
our $5, $6, $8 and $10 Hats at $3.00 I ': practiced their song "Ubidee." This I -OF- t. t t '

"t 'Now is the Time for You to Buy a Hat. I maximum The Weather temperature Bureau today reports of 61 a | song contains the "Rebel Yell," I i n>

j degrees showing a decided raise in : which those "youngsters" gave with :E'UGGIES a .
READY-TO-WEAR HATS AT COST. : the heartiness of old soldiers. "
the mercury of 17 de rees. The fore- .
j cast is for fair and colder tonight; and :, Among the new pupils were Nat ZO I 1.I 1. :

Sunday, tempered with freh westto |i Cook and Julius Menko, both flue !; '
.FF\LK'S i .
: southwtst winds. Itwas snowing fellows and good "skollars." Mike, GARR ACf'RfPOS1TQRV. : :1
this morning from Eastern Iowa to E
109 S. Palafox. 1! I'en:;ylvania and was coldest in New I tiol Calm, was absent and the i fI f-
"childrea" missed him. It is hopad i -
York, where were below -
temperatures .
: that all the "rkollars" will beat"skule" ,! have accr-pterJ a position a'J general manager; of the extensive I ,
......,.., -- zero.
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,- _-- : -, ,! .-____ business of Wm. Johnson 5t Son and MUS I I' close out my entire '
I Finds Way lo Live Lnng. Monday night. : stock of Vehicles before February I. If you want a Buggy, this is a
522S2525 52525 525"22 H I Since the above was written the I. the oPPOnrUSlTY LIFETIME to buy, .meat :your own i ,
: $ TOO BUSY The startling announcement of a I I O price. I have a very fine assortment, and the first comers will get I II
I r ( Discovery that will surely lengthen ; following note has been received I 1 the choicest bargains i

J: i'U i life is made by Editor O. H. Downey'i from little Eiland Allen of Brest: I. Respectfully, I5i\ I). HIXKS.D. : :, .

& 1of Churubusco, Ind.II I wish to "I will accept a part in the Old ; / "
m TAKING I state," he writes, "that Dr. King's! 'I''I'I Deestrick Hkule as fiddler for three I.I .-.-......-..- ................... ............o.-..e.e.- ,} ,

| New Discovery for Consumption is I Ii I f ;
viz I belong to the '
reasons : young HALE WILSON i
111't JJ t N I i the most infallible remedy that I ,
.r' Y have ever known for Coughs, Colds folks, I belong to the Baptist church,
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Nyasa-2st 2S2S25252.5J-5 f and Grip. It's invaluable to people and last: I am a fiddler." ; t
with weak lungs. Having this wonderful ;: -- --- Real Estate and Rental Agent
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--- medicine no one need dread
I The SiPfret of lions Life
I Pneumonia or Consumption. Its relief
is instant and cure certain." W. Consists in keeping all the main 1t, south I"alafuStr'l't, : "

f. fi I IA. D'Alemberte, guarantees, every 121 South 60c. and Palafox$1.UU I I I oran; action of the, and body in quickly in healthy destroying regular : -. TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENS COLA, FLORIDA.

I ANNOUNCE SPffflAif l DfiRGA1NSt bottle, and give trial bottles free. I! deadly disease: germs. Electric 1- '" .
I Hitters reguUte Htnuiach, Liverand REMARKABLE_ E OF CROUP.A I Ooldring's) No.3 saloon at the ;;

1 Kidneys, purify the blood, and givea Little Bey's Life Saved.I Union depot, since its opening, has I II
THEJARKETS. ;: splendid appetite. They work become noted as the place to find
wonders in curing Kidney Troubles, have a few words to!say regarding I ; .'
Dis- the best and purest brands of liquors ,
Female Nervous
I II Complaints ..Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It I "
eases, Con-tipition, Dy!pep-u and to be found in the city. You will :

THEY REIGN ALL OVER OUR STORE I II II ;1----I COTTON REPORT. I: !strength Maliria.: always Vigorous follow health their ue.Oalv and. ['that! saved: I my cannot little praise boy's it life enough.and I feel I I receive welcome.polite attention and be made 't, :I

I 1i for THE :NEWS by D. F. ': 50c., guaranteed by W. A. 1 bought; a bottle of it from A.E.fc>tere
Reported 'I
Lowe Co. i D'Aleniberte street., druggist;: 121 Kouthtalafox I[I of Goodwiu, 8. I)., and when I got iddin's liie-13rs/)ar &. : j
f j//>
: I Xullill' I'UID-That every Department has Meritorious I' Spots. i iI home with it the poor baby could '

I .1 "I' 'inn,. Broken Lots have accumulated from large sell- Good Middling.......... ......8 3.4i; PORTLAND CEMENT at :!| hardly breathe. I gave the medicine 1I
.,,i.l, though too numerous to list here, it will be, as it i iI is I Strict )liddiing..t. 581; Si 00 per birrel.: A V. CLUBKS, i':directed every ten minutes until ; ,
then I
"threw and
...... ...... ...... .... Corner lru and Uarden btreets. up" thought sure ,
to your best interest* to C ill and look them over-not I Middling b I.:! I he was going to choke to dt! th. We :
1 Hi mentioning; prices! -you've got to &ee the goods to !It litrict Low Middling... .....8 3-1(5( I'' had to pull the phlegm out of hi. It j "'
I \ I j J Middling...... ..... .... b Tno Double Uolei.Jwy i mouth in great long strings. I am ::r I,'
l -I'ncle Joe, what is an optimist. positive that if I had not not that I
Silks, i Tone Steady. I II antI a pessimist? I I bottle of cough medicine, my boy
l'U1l'UI-;*. I Undo) Ji1-An optimist. Joey, is a wiuld not be on earth today.-JOKLDEMONT ntiStio {'>hotognaphcj ; >
r: Woolen Dress Goods, ; March .. ...... ..... .... ...... ....8-1. m11 i who can act happy when be feels Inwood, Iowa. For sale t

May..... ...... ....... ...... ...S.;; i, mi!>l'ralt:11111\ a pessimist is a man I by all druggists and medicine deal- :214 S. I'al.ifov Stroct. J:1: "
Ladies' Jackets, Skirts and Coats, -- who can act miserable when he feels: t, ers. --- .

Cotton and Wool and Knit Underwear, .uVAL's1utGrs 'iAlttUl.I I happy.-Uetroit Free I'ress The finest line of sterling silver t'}: 't f.

I Dally for The New. bj I goods:! and silver novelties Is to be Why pay fancy prices for furniture < :
ported For Over Sixty] Years and house furnishing
Corsets goods '
Union Naval Storm Co. found at J, I. Stephens'. Prices to .1
I MRS. \\INSLOWS KOOTHIN9 HIBCP bae when Merriwether. at Hi South
Table Linen and Napiery, RU"1ix.1t i been used for over sixty years by millions please all. Tarragona street, will sell what j' It
/ ____ H_ ....._fiO.iWG : mothers for their childrea while teething, you ) ;
1 1 ,> i fdl the knife, and its for you to take udvantujre of the savI _________ :I >10 6._.. .._..".._ 1 ""I,f r with perfect success. Ilsoothfi the child f*PORTLAND CEMRXT a you want at your own price. t
:", I .id. '1 hey ir.u-t move and the prices placed: upon them '______ 11 ro l" ___ __ 1 iJ! I softeas tbe gumsallays all paincares wind $2 oo per barrel. A. V. CLVBRS, t:1:
u it ____...__ tl 3.1 K___. ,..., 11131It I colts and Is tbe best remedy for Diarrhoea Corner Bru and Garden Streets.
it short order. ______ \10 D........,___ 11\.1:i It will relieve tbe poor little sufferer 1mmediKtoly. MONEY TO LOAN
-- - (_____ 2 4'1' C&below..._ 105epI '' Sold by DrnggUti in every part CLOSING OUT. '
RITa Tn1tPIIt..Tr.-311. I of the world. Twenty-flve cents a bottle I
Bo sure you ask for"M rs.Wlnslow't Bjoth- Merriwetber, the Furniture man, the most reasonable terms and '
Our Ufcy ana Carpet Departments New Century C4If.irt. lag By rup, 'and take no otber kind. at 111 South Tarragona!street, ia pre- without publicity.: ,

Millions are daily finding worldof paring to embark in a new business J. W. BULLARD, ,\,.
>. ''' Jer oiuK wonderfully enlarged conditions, due to their ever- comfort in Bucklen's Arnica TO CC11B A COLD IN OXB DWi and is closing out the remainder of 2&! South Palafox, Up-Stairs. l :.. I

: J pulanty and needs. When complete they will be not SalveIt kills pain from Burns, I i Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets the bankrupt stock of furniture and J. A. WIMOX, Manager. l
., iTbUsltnature Jtftl IL on every -- f"4
,' 'I', Tnament, but increase; the comfort and convenience of at l'
> our Scald, Cuts, Bruises; conquers 1 I i box, :25c.Hot JIrI household goods astonishingly 'h.
P\ : -, This we are ever awake to. I low price CUIKW WOl'ICKM.
Ulcers and Fever tores: ; cures:! Eruptions : French Waffles with '
--- -- ,Salt Rheum, Boils and Felons; ; ;;: 1.
j Florida Cane Syrup at Hot Chocolate with NEITHER captain, 0
0.I: Huyer, :\U W. J. FORBES, leaves for Eastern Markets, removes Corns and Wart Best Solomon's. Whipped Cream at bolomen's a--nn Pro Vlnceoso nor contiKnee Bonn nn.of will tb > hit'bit -''.ii-
n'u III! purcba-e >pnn.j stocks with a more lavishing hand Pile cure on earth. Only 2oc. at W. I rt.ponir>le for debt contracted '1.'

\ r before. This i io saying much, considering the high ex- A. D'Alemberte'3 drug store, 121 Don't forget to buy the by tbe crewof mid A Te BUUKiNO.*vl. m' ='f
a ". f our past I'urchae South Palafox: street. Gulf Trsnslt('0. Cautafoton..gnee. '
-- - baby one of those nice little DR. F. E. BRUCE rli : : 1
I If you want a nice present :o give Rocking Chairs from Mar tlic t
1 M a friend,go and look through the : 50c. and Has returned and resumed practice. aEJHElt( "captain, of rte Hr *y : ;t
1 elegant; line of suitable articles at ;ston Quina's. I.ire-iti/r will bed : 1
W.J.&B.FORBE5J.II 1. I. Stephens: you surely can find upwards Office 22'?, Government St., by the crew re.pnn.ibtefordabtscontraet-ol Ida to-.o"l. 1 a J
something to please you. If you Salisbury Building.Tolophono PERRY 'I
want anything in the Diamond line GuH Transit Co.. CepihtntI !
,- .................. ( I ae sure to see him before you buy. I i 3fudcjiu's, the Best for $c. 145. Consigcee. slut a i;

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F Your back HI THE* AettoB POLITE Proved NEW That Gallantry YORKER... Way INDIAN to Eeat TRADING.The the Red ila.. Dow c( MISS SARAH FINLEY, ]

money %ot a Lo.t Art. la HI. Prices. Vice-President of the Palmetto Club. Memphis. Tenn.

"Don't tell me any more that New Tcw: white men kiiow how to trade : -__ _nJ-__ --I- -- ----- -
If you are not satisfied Yorkers are not polite." chirruK'd the vriUi an Indian." remarked a Denver
INE OF CARDUI following
praise on Wise
young man who "takes a powerful man.who has made a study cf Indiansfor
DO YOU SUPPOSE this a company with a capital of t50o.000.OQ. I is a thoroughly of Cardui:
paid! In fan.and Ota sigl't:; of notice" to the blj man who "I once met an In- j Lw
reputation of 36 of tea years past. !
proud yean continuous success would mike such aa offer and not cany I scientific and moil-
II out to the letter r.lls as Le rides as the pair left .111 dian with a magnificent mountain lion i i Among the numeroti
DO YOU SUPPOSE we would jeopardize our standing with the nubile and our cUDceI elevated train. "Sair something a lit- witb' 1 I era remedy, meeting -
Of still greater success by ta ling to ulfli any promise we make> ; fkin. He was willing to part the J Jwnament tee needs of the modern medicines placed; tcfore suffering .
DO YOU SUPPOSE we would make such an otter if we did not have the utmos 001lA.cSenoe te! wtjle ago that convinces me there but his price was too nigh. in the modern women for their
in the satIsfying qualit of our eoodll1 woman way tilil
besides blanket
WE KNOW we can please you and save you money for HAYNER WHISKEY eoes ere others : bu I offered him 12.50, but he indignantly J i -without the torture of an none can touch McEree'i
direct from our distillery to rou.with aU its original richness and flavor,carry ing a UNITED the Manhattan reservation. refused. Later on the same day after I I Wine of Cardui .
STATES REGISTERED DISTILL R'S GUARANTEE of PURITY and AGE and saying "V"li.nt was it?" queried the man who operation. Wiu of Catdui. It tows
you the biz profits of the dealers. That's why it's best for medicinal purposes. That's whl I had learned to trade with an I has cured them in the privacy above them all:
It* preferred for other uses. That's why we are regularly supplying over a Quarter of. ft re:1{: and soes nothing; unless l>er- I bought; the skin (or $IZO. of their homes and it / as a r&b'

million satisfied customers. That's why YOU should try it. chance it b. a'meant sat siwtted afar "The secret of trading with the Indian I has found a place in the IRt Sunk rtnlrg. female: remedy. It simply

off over tie top of his newspaper. is to appear indifferent The most I hearts of American womenr -r-- drives pain; and dist ase away

Direct from our distillery to YOU You Iliol*'t notice it? Of course youdidn't. successful trader is the one who goes ]L I that no other medicine has found. In and restores health la an incredibly! short!

7 """" You were too busy forgetting;: with a supply of the same article be Is I.1 their gratitude over 10,000 American period. I have taken great interest fa Ihs:

Savis Dialirs' Profits! Pnvnls Adultintion I I" the fact that there were women in the most desirous of buying. The Indian I women have written letters commend- medicine for the past two yean, since It

aisle of the car. It happened between that the stranger has had experience -
SloeS ing Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui brought health and strength: to
Nicety-third and Eighty-first streets and negotiations! are carried on I! meets their wants: as no other medicine me.
have also recommended it
and it almost' made me fee that the business basis. An Indian I i I to a nucbcr:
upon a strictly does. It sustains the young girl at the
HAYNER WHISKEY of had returned. An old of my friends and they who have usd
days ( chivalry refused $10 for a bow and arrow. :|, shock of her entrance to wjmanhood. itspeak'of

woman was .holding on a strap and It was bought for $1 by n man who |: Women who take Wine of Cardui have it in the highest terms and I lit\\

standing in front of a dapper chap carried several hews and arrows In his I Ihand. little discomfort during pregnancy and that it is praise well bcstowd.I ."

PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE"I with! a LIue face."te1) This wily individual leased the little pain at childbirth. When the If you are suffering from. fesa'
of the
in the center
up farther supply from a store in order to 1m- change of life appears they enter a weakness Wine of Cardui u the cecj-

FULL carr shouted the puard. and the old press h's copper colored friends and happy healthy olJ age. Every month it cine you need.
$3:22 EXPRESS lady was about to obey when the dapper health!
4 he succeeded. '! comes to the rescue to assist Nature in You can have the Bam &|
head opened and its owner gallantly Miss if will take the
O "Tbe Indian." said ibe speaker, telling throwing th.impurities from the body. Finley you Wbg
QUARTS PREPAID said: I of Cardai treatment. If ne d
4. you ai-
of traits of character he has observed :Miss Sarah Finley, of Memphis,
4 'Don't move madam. I get oil litnrttbirtl vice further than the complete d.- .
stn-tt aol Ilighlli: aWilu' in his rod friends "is one of the Tenn., vice-president of the Palmetto tions given on the bottle address Tij

4 We win send you FOUR FULL QUARTS of A YXER'S SEVEN-YEAR. ; \ tnos-t faithful followers in the world Club of that city speaks for herself and Ladies Advisory Department (' .am.

OLD RYE for$3.30. and we will pay the express charges. When you receive and if you'll wait you can have my if he has confidence in you. If be takes many friends when she bestows the nooga Med. Co., Chattanooga, Teaa.
the whiskey try it and if you don't find it all right and as good as you ever seat*
1 drank or can buy from any body else at any price. then send it back at our a liking to you. there is nothing you ___If- __ _--I-- -j- -. .rr1 --_ -
expense and rour will be returned to you by next mail How could "Such gal! .11: rj on an elevated trainin can ask he will not do. If he dislikes
A million
i an otter! be fairer? We take aU the risk and stand all the expense It New Y.-rk almost! brought moisture! 1 sufferin? 'rtQ
tile goods do not please you. Wou't you in us send you a trial order? We you the k'si you hate to do with that WINE of CARD have found relief! ia
L. sMp in a plain Ee&led case; no marks to sbow what's inside. to my f'P'?, and if I bad had a ba
1 Orders for Ariz., Cal.. Col.. Idaho, Mont. NPV.. N. JTcx. Ore..Utah.Wash bat I am quite Mire that I could! not News.: L-_,- -iir--- _
;* I or Wyo. must he on the basis ni4 Quarts for 1.OO by Express have ri'straint-d myself from brinjrinsnjotstKrc : ;:
! Prepaid or SO Quarts for S16.OO by Freight Prepaid.
It : to that part of the blase face Desperation.

Write our nearest office and do it NOW. which on the gridiron is usually protected Customer (\\"lIo1-1! want some soothIng : .A. 1vt 6'

TilE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY by a rubber guard."-New York ; sirup quick! I IDruggistWhat 'verysuccEsso

Telegram. I size bottle?
Customer-Bottle! I want a keg! It's (
IX DjamiiBT. Toy, 0. ESTABLISHED 186g.i' )
llrallb Making Storm
twins-! !llustrated Bits.
What the tiJ" docs ii the ocean of IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

-- --. ... water storms do ir. the ocean of air- STATE OFHIO,CITY OF TOLEDO, (l85 i

deleterious! and iniisonous germs arereiIIovtMI LUCAS COUNTY. j i; HARDWARE.

n AnA In.III.n' Una I I'i | SMILE AS YOU GO. 4|', or killed. The noticeable FRANK J. CHEXEY makes oath j

lIJlIi.:11I'Ia' I-ad hall -- smell of after thunderstormand
geIi 4 a very ozone a
Everybody Loihe Man With a that he is senior partner of the i'I I'I Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat
pruue auJ latl'l\i.t't: : collie in Iii:; I'usI the Increased bodily comfort are
shining Countpnnucc. firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing J Supplies Cooking and Heating Stoves Paint, Oils
.-e-siun. Oai" di.v ln 1 hut tLo tlotaKhic :: when j I well known. Storms in the main are I Window Glass
r.i t'r thsi the most brilliant of I II business in the of Toledo Guns Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
; : [ City ,
it the IThe
: ; \ creature I II i due to the action of our atmosphere In
: in vaiii scan-.fI evyywlu-re for I I gems eleetrif lag with a radiance tbat resisting the ef'pe of the radiant county and state aforesaid, and that r Agate and Tinware ana Housefurnisliing floods.AGENS .

#:: his imihtrr mid It-t. I.uuxnu does not dazzle so much as it calls said firm will the of ONE.'I
!f: at sfeiru a heat. Even at the equator great cold pay sum FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING
tab creeping\ leisurely along jurupeil forth n reflection of brightness: is the exists at the trifling height of four HUNDRED DOLLARS for each !'! Revere Giant Stitched

;i{: into It :Jind H'ttlcd: IjiniM'lf! K'lcruiiiu'd- khinins countenance. ; miles above sea level which is reduced and of that Belting, Northampton Emery
every case cannot I I Wheel Co., Liftin &; Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kilaomine .
The soul of etch I Is of
1 : ly on tlio aeii. The tlrivt-r tried to euticc man a sun in-I to three during the night. One week be cured by the use of HALL'S I,' Iron King and Ruck Stoves and Ringf, Wm

'r 11 it (but. but without succt'ss. uul a finite ein-rsy and glorious light. of continued night in the tropics would CATARRH CURE. Coups & ('o.'s lUw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's

iyt llH'tf: : crowd folH-ti'd.! None dared to how few allow themselves to : \lock them in the grip of eternal frost FRANK J. CHENEY. Made Railroad Colors.

_:i-I tackle) tie d-ijr. tut at last a fatetiousFpwtattr How few faces are lit up with theirjKissibie I and put an end to nil life. Now and Sworn to before me and subscribedin Masonic Temnh-

; souled! out "1 say, Kill. : divine life! i I again, the upper fluid Is punctured. BO my presence, this ;3th day of December $ Punsapola. Fla.i .

darn me if he don't want to lie druv j Take your thoughts away from the to speak and through the breach so A. D. 1886. .
. l-wiie." That's it; that's what he j jvrariK" swamps ()f fear and evil center them : caused a downward rush with rotary

thy<< all! agrwd amid shouts of j I (sli the ideals of faith and love, on pood I movement is made till equilibrium is t -SEAL..-,-. t A. W.:Notary GLEASOX, i'I AVAN PELT. J, C. VAN PELT.

: linliu: Then ote: exaiaaicd: his ('1.1\1 intentions for others, and your counte- ng li in restored. Storms therefore are Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Publics in- 1 '

- lar uiil found an address dearly ( I, uaiciLs 1 at oneo illuminated. essentially beneficent otb to health tprually and acts directly on the VAN PELT BROTHERS

grave.-l! upon it. Without fun Iai r ado Lock ia a mirror, and you Inls'e\ end life. They reshape for use the blood and mucous surfaces of the ,

1t (-abliy jumped up isiiil dro\e up to this that my words are true. Absolve yourself i necessary life giving air and warmth .ystem. Send for testimonials, free. ]: GARDEN
f-anif n'l.ln-s.s, wliU'.i I'r4l\4',1 to !>e the of sill trouble*. lit' l'I'I'(>ful. lio !1 as rartliqujkcs do the crunt of theearth. j<'. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0' GROCERS,

J correct ufl('. Neiillis-t to say the cab- still. cease! II jour repining. ; then your I I I|I Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of
I'jan was siilistaiitiully rewarded. The (' will hn; .

!. (1'K had been in the ha: hit 4>f driving That such an instantaneous physical'change ,' A SuppoHllion. CASTOR STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

: J 110!'",- t'n'rl'Ilhl with his matter in : ;: can take place by a change of i "Yes," said the wise guy, "I am thoroughly ,

..;, \ 11 hansom :aal with dosrjjie reasoiiiiiAl.n.1 thought suggests what power there is convinced that honesty is the For Infants and Children.

lft:i ; d( .'id".l to f<.!io\r his usual <'ustdiiiTihen la a rein-wed habit of thought a habit I best policy.! Fruits, Nuts, and all the Ddicacacics of the Season.

,f he had ;};:-i\en h up IIOJH' of finding; treated by repeated conscious reposeful "1 supjioso you have reached that The Kind You Hare Always! BougblBaan Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the fOur

:r.. his master.: -London Opinion. efforts of ealni.ontentrated think- conclusion! after having; tried both! ____ a I Iitre t

ins:: in line with the !ideal. murmured the simple lliu-l'ililadcl-; Ulfr Best, Freshest and Cheapest.

t. Dr. Jim eft and Bible lllntorj- Not (":1Y is the l'IJUlltl'nIDCJangt'l.ll j jby tibia KtcorJ. C' of .

; The following! story of l >r. Jowf-tt a biiirht;: thought but' the whole j VAN PELT BROTHERS

was current amosi:. the undergraduates I.\,". The atoms are so many: vorticesof ,

4t 1 :It Oxford 111 my day. It had readied ether and the central force of eachIs < lie Best
Jtud9in's, for oc. TELEPHONE NO. 23J. *'t&'t&'t& 31 EAST GARDEN ST.
:l, the uiaMer's ears that Haliol! men were the mind. j NO APPETITE I II

Dot so suce'-ssful in the examination ill A shining countenance is a smiling icountcnain
I I Cleaning ladies skirts and waist's
"Kndlinents t>f l.dii"II" as in the tl.t'.k on life rihtlwl And what little you force yourself to one of c-r specialties. Htar Laan- ,

fclenl! I *'ehI4-'". () that lie di'terinincd i to joti cannot but IH. pleased. Then you fat does not have the right tate.What's .

(*all up( !!iii. in': t l.itch of candidates will!! sie.: you will! laugh; with joy be- the trouble? The stomach i is The Star Laundry

jilxl eileclii tin m liimw: 1 I in mille ('''U-4' of life's jHissihilities.You : out of order, the liver i is inactive and 'dry.OPERA ,

]"-tory. "Mr. Siuiih," he is ivpotti-d ha\e perhaps desired to reaeb the bowels are constipatpd. You
i have sad! \\ projihct went up to greater ht'ihtIf powtr. You will once.need Ho It will tettl"r'iI TONE Stomach rp THE STOMACH.Bitter at ;,I Biggest, Busiest, Best !

avtn in a chariot of lire?" "El ijali. reach tl.em easier if rOil will hut smileas > 7 I ----
: .r." "It is li"ral'dal that a scholar yon go.TIierm iOXE XIOHTOVLY,
I i-f this college! hhoiild! he so isnorant:: is every reason why the heartI .. ROWELS. Then you'll feel 'j'ulsn.\, JAN 27

Mr. Joiw-sV" "Klijah.: sir." t1r. I I II'.rownV" I sh.till be glad and jour love for othI better. TRY A BOTTLS TO-DAY. It I Thy Speak
"Klijnhv! !-ir." At tI.isnt: I I rs will show this !''It). This is the sunshine will do you good. NOW GKT WISH

the library 1",)" eluIt-r1. and to Hri!,- expresses itself in your :| I

r the iiii' ,
''I I. iippe.iK'd to. Tell thoe ;:"lIlll'lIll'n''f di-i\es away fear and dlI'hlllSS.Ii ; Musical Farce ComedyPeck's < for ih1ves\ $j@

; what in-oint' vert up to heaun in a false conceptions i.f tlut.v. tlie conelu!i!

q chariot i'f Sre." "Klijah. sir." Thenn ..!..IIS of a bis'l reasoning vanish at : BITTERS

:Li < 'i : :t |'a use ni.d thenVell 1. :gent >- the a lI|tea ra: flee of loxe. i Bad Boy We let the Shirts Collars

;1 uicn!, i rliu it was Llija'ar-fornhKl! : livery one lot e' the !sunshiny" day I j jrnd I MASTER'S SALE. : and Culls we Launder: speak for

;;1 :M" ;:,,, iUl'. every one lo\es the mm v h.s.' j I By virtue of a degree of foreclosure ren < themelves. They will talk Ioucir

Foul or individual sun shines tarough : dsr.dby the Honorable L, J. R.eves.Jucmge ALL LAUCiHS :NO CKY I than we can. We want to be judcd:
Ii i ]Inlc-J..r.. Who "vni :!I.nta. i (IC the circuit court of Ktcambia cnuDiy.
his face.f'ucli Honda. on the tith day of January I'O inthe Uln by the work we do th.m by
I A luu df't'II'r'h" WHit to live on .\\h"rever' of M. L. against .
: a man will: be tru \ CaSH Autrey IN. The Best what
I I the far east side of New York aMcida Ainoii.IiioebeAnios, J. J. Jeruigan.Mary Acting CompanylThe we say.
he i*. lie is an Interpreter!, of life: hi'i I L"e. A. J. Lee, J. M. Amos Jobepblav Bet Ringing Company !
: F.. liiitclur why she: couldn't :pet from will Intuitively grasp the mi-anil's of I,: AiiioH. Edward Amos Lou Amos and '
; him the lest: cuts of meat. His shop i Oeorge t;. unutu as sheriff of Khcmnbia The Funniest Comedians! ALL WORK 0. 0. D.
, tliinss; l-c will be weloomed every- : county, I Morlda and ex-olflclo administrator Goods Galled for and Dslirerei! Free
In Ncond abo\e Thirtyfourth The Best Dancers!
was inenue. wht rt'; ho will recognize; ail and he will of the eblatn of W. II. Amos d,,-
: Ftreet. The hoiiM-keep. although cpased.lwill on Monday tbe 2nd day of TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
be recognized by' all: he will be re- :;. ..lIruary.I\IIt3, hell at public outcry before Come and Laugh With Us !
; sbt1 was (economical) (xvasiou-: 1 cvivetl! as the Son of Man a true exriu-1 j the county court house door in toe city of WALKER INGRAHAM

. oily wanted a tine steak or a choice I reDHHCola, Eecambia county, Florida. during IhltICe15, IiS, :K and 5Oo. Manager.
l.-adt in the e"IIlton
of his
plar r.iee. a the legal hours of taltt. the todot mug
piece of other meat for a special occasion.
cf humanity; he will be an l'lIeourI described real property oituated, lying and Seats on Sile Saturday at Noon.PemehiBeldem - .
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She learned that while the jbeinglntbe city of I'ensacola Kscamblu!
nj.c-met; and an incentive to all. j jA ,.' TIME
County t.lorlda. to- it: TABLE.
l.utcher bought a whole os he did not
I. shining countenance is first of allan i A oue-tbird undivided Interest In lots
keep the best parts of it. twenty-six ItS. twenty-seven <(<:!iI, twentyieigbt :
I -Hvery day," he said. "I send the immediate pl1l'lIon.-II..11 expressiveof i I (2.j, twenty-cine (:l) and thirty 1'1), LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .
the iiro4)f of right thinking, and the !. to blocK one hundred and twenty-five (125): ,
: lcst meats I buy' to the shops fartherwei.t. I of tbe East King Tract. west of Tarragona GREAT SOLTHKUN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. lUOl
of this: illustration ('UII-I I
, same;: source ; street. Belmont: said
The butchers o\er there buy it Cumbering property
tains the imt';.icy i.f: completely changing -i fronting IJii feet on Jordan street between ATIKACTION.Open .
: from me. and I get from them the Palafox and Ouillemard streets; also tbe I New Orleans and Mobile.
" l'Illl'lct' surroundings;
.. cheaper cuts for which they have niuse. I following described personal property town will a '
influencing thll1'OIl.. the community, : One oak bedstead with springs.
'I i' Wv have a regular system of rJb:1t1.e. [- feather mattress and all axtures one gold No.6. So." No!. No,'. lJo.1. :;0.1
. <: ."-New York Times. the race of Issuing forth from its infinite Oiled case Elgin watch >o. 12131tit Deeds M'sErgapmntMoiiIay.Jji.[ 26 1:15 a UI m II:06p JeaYePf'nlacolaArrIYe 6ooa 4oop tt5: p
solar center ;great; stream of'lire. i 1, at cost of purchaser. 8:00. 27p 1,12a Ltav8Ylomato:1LPB'I'e 2Slia 2SOp 724p>>
E. 11:00: a 4t: : p 2:1) a iA'ave.__ Mobile __ Leave l5Mni: 1:16 11 h;OO >p>
I A Little Too Much. giving; nut more \1(1r.; raising; the whole Master in Chancery.BEGG3.IDdoawlw With the 4-Act Drama, _._ .._. 8:1.'ip TJJI a Leave ...S.w OrJ8Roli Leav.i I'JJ p T:2i a :-.:.

,' ".\ wife has a right to expect much realm of existence. the higher; .lane. J JI'nd I I "Slaves of Russia." North.No. .

of her hu>band." remarked the philobophically r.urry.Trannnil I
, inclined person musingly.: I(I The Beer A Complete Beetle Production. I No. 4. No.1 No. I.

"Y.? ;. 1 stipimse she has" replied Use ll:05pm 12Iip! m Leave P!n acol*_Arrive 4:00 P m 6:00 am
;;rallon. Specialties Between the Acts by a 0:15am I O:.7 p m Arrive.. Montgomery: _.LeareArrlT 11:16 amTiTplo 9SSpm
luii-k appearing man with wilted look- "So ,1\ convicted dat feller\ dat was That Made i 11:59 am I tw: pm !_ Birmingham _Leave 11:33 I m .:05 p m
ins whiskers; "1 'U\'IMISl' she has. but I. = High-Qass Acting Companyof 1:0pm :10" m Arrive_Nashville ......Loave
when she expects him to )live steadilv Iiwinlni:: a high; society bluff! so as toI 2:IJ am I :lSa m Arrive_LoaUvllle .....Leave !;:'45'a m
lift said I'lodding 1'ete. I' 7:20: am l1:5h m Arrive .Cincinnati _Leave 8:00 11:13
. jewelry ; p m mMJI
: and without swerving to the motto 16 People. 7::Si am lump m Arrive .... ..Ht. Ixmln _.....Lfl8V.. 415p ra : p inNo.
"Yl' answered Meandering Mike."lIes AIHBBI !tn r TAMOVICTORIA U
on her first husband's tombstone I
;, homehow think she Is expecting more got his prison clothes on now. A Complete Change of Specialties PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. I

:, I IVy'\ chanced him from a social lion and Music at Every Performance. ;
than she ought to from a |
really ; expect i-Dally, Mo.:J-Datly I No atop where
Into a zebra. -Washington Star. -18- time not ibown I-Oall7 ti-DaU7
(common everyday, earthly man. PRICES-10, 20 and 30c. j V50 --
' 11:116 7:0O&m I Leave.....
Ladlei Free pm 10:50 pm' 1:111 pin
TI.<. Illitlirr Allegiance to lIym..a.A I panted with a Monday to-cenl ticket night if when bought accom-before r' U:16 nIght I ?:h* .". Bohemia_ It 10:8'7" 1:14 ..
12.10" TI'S"II : .......Ynlestra It
l U" 1:01
I Lo<,k Out for l"ver. St. Louis man disregarded i a summons i 8 p. m. ::'.! 'f:18" It. ___.Jleambla: __ 4.I. 10:12":: I ; ..
I Biliousness and liver Jisordes tar to servo on a jury because nil! MADE BY ACME BREWING CoRES 12:15" Tsi" __ Malat .. 10U It 6t6
i \ I 12:811" 'f:2l It ___ Harp __ It 101 6.0 '
i Ibis season may be prevented by marriage to a St. Louis woman had ? lo.cEST BOTTLE BEER CHOICEST 12:50: H 7:16"Ii : .... .._.GltClty_ It 10:15" I ::r7"
been set for the hour. &! _.... It "
I sane He : 7:11II" Milton..__ 10:10" 5l
I IN .. ..
cleansing the pystem with DeWitt'sLittle TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. 1:80 a m __ Good RaDII .. .. 4:116"
thought he knew which court: order to -01'f .
.4 ..
1:66" 8:11' __ HoUiJ.Mllligan It
Early Rkers. Tbese famous : __ 11 4:16"
cbey.-Kichaond! Tines. BROSAGENTS 230" 8:80" I __ 8:10.: 4:11"
r little pills do not gripe. They mover 2BS" 8:88 N .........frnitvl w_ ':11" 4:00"
bat FOB THE CELEBRATED f FRUIT8 ADCOiFECTIOIER( 1 ':00".. 8.68 I.. _DeerLand...___. III. 8:116" .:114 .
bowels and
t the gently copiously, It doesn't' follow that the .:8 8:10 __ Mosiy Head 8.0" ':11 It
by reason of the tonic properties, man who I I. Y f .::01" ':115 .I.. .4. ..DeFnnlskprlngs.. 8:18". 2:41: It
boasts of his rural Harper llftcyMala 1:18" I. It
I give tone and strength to the glands. origin will enjoy being -AT- ..fO' 9 h-2i7:" .. __Ponc Ar dl yle.Leon.._ ffi rat.' !2:11:It "
; told that he looks ..
i Harjfi' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, like a farmer.: C. APOSTLE'S 6:110" 10:10 N __WeitTllla...._ 7:17 1:116
Bidnev Kabn. Ohio State Journal 1:08" IOI: I I. __ CaryTllle.._... 'f:12 1:411 It
1.11 It 10S .. _Bonltay..._. 4.I. 1:66 I 1:2'1 "
House-401B. Paiafox: street. U East 1:00" 10:4'1 .4 _..ChlpleJ 41 1:8'1 a' 1:04 "
GmrmEit .
St. OS hhioTTiol .. __CottoadaI8 l __ 4. ':18 12II Don
t' B.B. Union De .. .
1 Exchange-Opp. ot. h1.1 _Marl.ADa U 1:00 12:14 "

This Bigoatnre is on every box of the gflnnine P. O. Box 281. Pen acola. Fla. Formerly CordoTa Restaurant Btant 'flO" 11:16 It .... _C-yprell I. 6:118 I" 11:45am
It "
tVL Laxative 7fO" 11:62 _Grand Kidge_ 6.2 Ila
BromoQuioine ]I Phones ll Ole car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 7:68'. 10 DO11 .. _._ 8neadi 1:21 toM
jrPv? the reao41 cane a cold fa one da:. .Q. to '2.00 per dozen. 1:11" 12:11" ArrlTeRirer'inctloa _Lesve 6:10 i 10:2.It


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THE DAILY NEW: PENSACOLA H_ __ FLORIDA_ __ SATURDAY_ _._ __ __. ,JANUARY_ _...- 94, 1903 /

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Largest Policyever k
4 :ft'- Minutes Berlin One of the Cleanest aid Beat HU Terrible Bite Often Cmn em Deatk FOB BTKAM DITI3ION .1" : F

; Kept Cttlrc In Europe. Io a Few Moments. written on a single life l' "'SAOOLA 1-cntlCT..anltlNU: :" :--f

/ ):; : J for According to consular reports Berlin The terrible! fer-de-lance will strike was placed as a result of the UAILWAY COMPANY j Ir- :1
although again and and Is of i :
a manufacturing; again the cause fullest .
Lunch. investigation ,-in Trains leave Pt!n *aoa for the > "..,' f.,:)
city, Is one of the leanest and best great mortality where he exists, causing Bayou, Big UAJTOU, V rrlngton,JJ+vylad ,,, .
I II The Mutual
J kept In Europe. The smokeless condi- death often In a few moments. Over Life Insurance and For darrancai at ;;:' r .
: That is the average time < .1'1
t tion of the Htrliu atmosphere is as- the whole earth there is" none to com- Company of New York.A esOa.m.arrlveatFortnarrsness l/a.I 'f" '
.. It in a large city restau- .. "
1r .
I 10uu a marrl1'!! t Fort Barrancai 10W .a -
crilxxl to three facts-the preponderant pare with him except the notorious cobra 'I f,'
three thousand business ,
fll it by western man I:IJt' pm arrIve at Fort Barraaoai ltipa 'l Syr M1' "' ,
,, 'hers. It takes three use of coke and briquettes, which are of India. Although not, a- water 1:80 p.m.arrive at Fort Barranca 'li So n o i i' t
":-1. rc to digest a fresh egg I practically smokeless; the skillful scientific snake, he is fond of the river and fiat took six months to determine thbp.marrlveaeForthiarrancat 1:1.1010. 7f 1 J
'Balp.m.arrivsaFortisrranoss t'j ,
8Ibrrr .
I' hours to digest a boiled construction of boiler furnaces lands in its vicinity, seldom being met where to place this policy of Tram leave l Fort Brrraaoas for Peas \!

iJ three hours to digest and chimneys and, finally, the high with In the hills. This denizen of the $1,000,000 and it was writtenat ola at .

tf .t f In fact, three hours is I standard of skill that is taught and reedy swamp and sedgy river banks is 7lSa.m. arrive at Penaacola__ 8:00... : :
f1: !(. required to digest the no more proportionate risk llUOp ra.ioop.ta., arrl\'e .t i't'lIlIiIrola-Il6 p,II I Y; 011
t. enforced firemen found over the whole north of the South r
". among who stoke furnaces : .rrln at t'1'I15&03Ia_ Tse .k 11
,.,:. ,. : ,rrnute is let the The busy obnuich f! with coal for steam and manufacturing American continent as well as in the than is assumed on a policyof TaApm.arriveatPen.scoiaTliep.8:00 p m arrive at Pensacola. ,. t::.ipa. f c' j,.

jt J l,e ". t" his office work. Butn i purposes. Before a man can Islands of Trinidad, St. Lucia and Martinique $1,000. 1t8. p. m.arrive at f ea.aooiaBaturaaji _. II. ;. 'i

tJ:! ;:, ., active, the stomach is j assume such a charge he must be This Cap Label lie Is truly the evil genius of The history of this policy is only ,' :,. \i.
e. \'C the two latter where deaths from his FAKC rOR WEEK 1
T: ""f necessary blood.: The taught the theory and practice of economical DAT8.Peniaoolato
It a guarantee of the and rich-
iIJ :: .O. : are is indigestion, and i scientific firing, by which the ness of Evaporated Cream in the can bite form a high percentage every year. interesting reading, and is described Fort Barrancai and rtlorntfiPenacola r +' : ;

jjj:ita.. ,.,n" '.xss the door to many dis- coal is distributed In such a manner which bears it Insist on seeing it In Martinique especially it is necessary in "The Largest Annual to Navy Yard and return_ iuFeniaoola t
t: y before you buy,or ask your dealer for to Palmetto Beach and return lit l.,
and quantity over the grate surface as oftentimes In some districts to burn .
e'1.',*d.: i Medical e use of Dr. to secure the most perfect combustionof the cornfields so as to destroy these I. Premium. This pam SUHDAT ICHKDCDI.: A : .t.,:
7 .-a Discovery, Pet is When weather permits the running c t( U
's b snakes before the dare phlet sent on application. ''
r ..scs of the stomach and its volatile elements. The Siiesianeonl negroes enter to open coftcbes. i + : !
\\ 'cu.w(",,;f !hgestion and nutrition, I used In Berlin in most large steam BrandEvaporated cut the canes. On one estate thirty-sev I This Company First-la Assets.rank Lean fentaeoia. Lv Fort Barra.eae J-fc' 's

oll.u eaaes Ort t'-i! perfect digestion and plants and factories is rich in bitumen, en fer-de-Iances were killed on a pieceof first-la Amount Paid ro'.icy-holders.. I 1, 11 9a.m.a. m. 11 10a.m.m. d .' i

ana lllln *' ',". I but would rank below many of the ground containing eleven acres. Ftrtl-ln Age. J p. m 2 p. m. x 'f .\.i t'
SS1't '' 't rntitude tilt I send this I bituminous coals of the United States, Of a dull yellowish or clay tinted TIlE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Ip.m I p.m. : ;,

?' n.! .tuiJi.." wntes you to Mr.publish Willis with Sear I and yet the long, dense, trailing: clouds Cream ground color, he is ringed with irregular COMPANY OF NEW YORK, Ip.m ip.m pn p.m., '1.:1.: ,r,:m

:' .tlle.or-neCo.KY. "I of smoke from mill and factory chimneys blackish bands, narrowing toward RICHARD A. McCcxuv, President So. m. I p.ic, i '. )
n from childhood an b' ._ is I crew up. At the agent i which are so familiar a sight to It goes farthest. is most apoetit- the back and broadening; downward. ".I.all fOSfcOaDATftniacola ;. .. ,1,
T: wn ,,' hdvsjiej...ia. My sufI I many American cities are rarely seen lag and more pleasing to the eye This arrangement of coloring makes Nassau! Cedar, William & Liberty toir. Harraceai Navy : I

.t-eat Coul a few nut certain eat .ith..ut things and dlsI I, In that section of Germany, where the than the watery imitations. him extremely difficult to discern on Streets NEW YORK, N. Y. Ptniaaola\and and lo retaru Palmetto__ _Heaoii-ant ai i, :j i

I: l.nlft'IlIue. Every thing : Indiscriminate shoveling; of raw bituminous HELVETIA MILKCONDENSING the flat alluvial lands where the sun "'"'".______ IIINo ."'f, f t 1
I tr temporary, Dr. relii-f.Picrce's iiy Gulden wile 1 1f coal Into the steam and other CO. baked clay, mixed with the blackened CKC1I.VIMCOX, )tanager, freight saved after >:15 c, re. iI" ;t.

S! "a.d.I.. try'Itcaont Pelkts., I. I i furnaces is consldtred Ju ignorant; and! Highland, fl L, U. S. A. color! of sticks rotten and water
I ;.4' .f br G..hCIl1Ucal I'lorce's Pleasant I>Ucov PdI I wasteful proceeding.Yoor : : I "Laryftt Produftn of makes a carpet of a color with his coat.He II. II, THOKNTON, Agent, ANn t :i1lf i1l-'I : I"
C. ..v 11 that I stopped taking Evaporated tt.a.e"i is from five to seven feet in length, Penii.lColo'la.: SALVgjJk.a 'c' ;
:. ,tiihi have passed and I as thick as a in; ind. <>f work can eat any- I lin"l>un Ts (Cratnt I ''I\ ,
: me and enjoy it. I am To, the wcKian who must l.uhC'r. triangular! head .
., the first tine I have ever I I I .. .. .1 4 I ;
,|: husband's cravats I want to soy a word '_T'., .. .- ...-_ ..-.-_ _-... .<,.' _......._---_.'. ,." ;:t."". :.,." ". I',
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of all\'lcl'-oll't do it, a !
?: rupee's Conrnon Sense I,, by way says I KnocLooi.A : Innne"Don't lerho.iry. I - \m' :J ; .J'. t
.' sr in paper covers is sent I I Iit I writer In the Haberdasher. It you young;: lawyer was tugnscil In acase

I brilliant:! conversationalist? !
lis quite ;
I ; a
: mailing );; or 31 stamps : vat. f n volume.. Address Dr. K. -Oli, niie! She can express less In .. 1. IDE..Ltlt8
i that will feel like mustard .
it a plaster '
j lion of the plate In question.This t '
V 1.u.llu: N1Cad ___ __h _._ ._. |j on his t-hest. That might be good for J Jj I wita'bs, a stage driver, in answer IIHH'ef'rds than any one I ever wet. I I r"
:j his !bronchial tubes, !but it might en- I to a query r.3 to the reputation of J.j.I i '

ref't.f j d.uigT his chances of ultimate rodfmi I the place, replied. ".1 ixior shop." Such is the flexibility of. our languagethat CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES f; ,

'f. t fire a sign i of disordered clrui.tiiiual I tion. \\0111,11'1'1"1:11': '' stave nit throat The lawyer: inquired "You say it has () fyiKllllT ( I
be either
a noble brute may a
f' \' warming; with are trouble! but it would: lie apt( to produce the reputation of being; a 'poor shop':' thoroughbred: St. I'crnard: or a rascally :: New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. ;i 't :

... it is but ttini{> ,rizing with family trouble, which is a :good dealworse. "Yes, sir." t

1 iiil the Uillk-ulty should I I.e "Whom did: you hear say it vas a Times.foreign; fortune sl''ahlngton; f:J I Ii' FRESH: SUPPLY OFRALSTON'S lJj: Ii ( "

when that Lit him pick out his; own cravats, "
by jiroiKT dressing 'poor shop? : '"
: lit and by fleet and ankle eiert and then ho alone will lie to blame for The witn-ss did not recollect anyone .J'' OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS IJ'j;
Foils a Deadly Attack. ( ( ;
The latter can lie taken at fret them. lie may not know much about he had heard say so. OF ALL KINDS. i j jfl

intervals during; the day, and the harmony of colors: but he is not I "What!" said the lawyer. "You have "My wife was PO ill\ that good" ; : ; --
physicians were unable to help her, FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. i :
; ', !ill assist In t-timulating; the firii likely, nevertheless' to pick out a cravat sworn this place has the reputation of writes M. M. Austin, of Winchester, 1 ii

.,! of, the MIHH!. Point the toes that will hurt the eyes of the spectators heirs:; a poor shop and yet cannot tell Ind., "but was completely cured by ) ROBERTS & DAILY I i| j ; -

11 to the i-xtn-iuo limit till you fwl I I like a limelight at a championship : of any one you' have ever heard say Dr. King's New Life Pills." They i : :

:uncles strain over the ankles) and glove! contest lie may not )know bo?" work wonders in stomach and liver I!j'' 218.220 Wright St., East of Union Df pot. f'J); :, ,

the feet up and down fight ortimes what he wants, but he knows what he I The witness was staggered for a moment troubles. Cure constipation, pick "
;(!. IVnsacoIa Flu.
then devitalize them and.e does not want, and ten to if headache. 2oc at W. A. D'Alera- 4I : "
t. : one you at the words ot the lawjer. The __ __ __ "
them from the ankle, as onethe I j have seen something at the cravat lawyer was feeling triumphant. when berte'3 drug store 121 ti. Palafox .,.;..__..'...;..;.._- -....._. ....... .._.."..!.'-" ..c...!'-_ .,..,.. .....e'.1._ .",.--. .':= ,. '

c; hard with a loose wrist. Kuffroiu counter that you think Is perfectly love the witness gatficred him tlt together; street. '.

f' ttiild! feet in "l'tIl':1n ijuieklylliriii ly, that is it and quietly remarked, addressing; the i.I. i.

li.v this extreme, and It lawyer: I I"dl 4"'s A LEG, A WING, '
_' p'lU'f! and! comfort during: Keep .\('<'(>n n(
:. i .' : accounts, simple in form, being a pour lawyer, but I have never If You Have AND A CUTTING OFF ) { :
plain, clear! and easily! understood t
heard I
any one say so. % I
.Innlr'v !'oU'l.l'IIllon.: ho\vin?amounts due to or from others wI THE BREAST OF A NICE ;

I I.' -lit:, hoc <.f !'i\:. whil.' entering! correctly the dates on i
: < ,.'honl:. iilstrvini; his which money is paid l out 0;' reecUed. is IU" Innocent Client. I TURKEY FROM {
This story is told of a celebrated |
'. u"rst'for \vetrind t the best plan to avoid disputes about North' Carolina lawyer who was praci:i RheumatismURIGSOLi t tI \

i i' d I plau's: than ho I| money matters and relieves the memory I tiring iu a backwoods mountain dis- t I 1)IT \ !? (

4 1! ti. bi-, 1..ll..r and of many unnecessary burdens. .\ i I trim: 1 1i the treat tested and i Y r WAlfillO\ & WM) ,j j:, '
written record "f transaction I :
a money j i i \\Vliil heS waiting for his case to endorsed (ahforiua
'hd I'!' has ;greater legal value in case of connwcisy 1 he reached the trial of a notoriousLifjiway Remedy will cure 4
.' ii. .1 t no. I1''y v.'ni'ih in court than verbal state.uumt. you. It al.-o cures Liver, Kidney and For Your CHRI.STMAH: DINNER. Call, drop u* a line or telephone us '
any rubberlio! had t'Cl'lt.tuht Bladder! diseases, caused
; of
; by an excess
,<: and wants will be promptly attended to. ,,'
i ml handed: was called. The prisumr I uric acid. It never alls, and builds Cp your firl'
.. .. j' j the health and while it.
rtrergtb using
!n! T. ; T':
The habit\ of accounts in- } i
keeping had no counh'l. and! the presidiii ] Fond stamp for book of wonderful certificates. WATERS & CO. f1
R. A\r.
'u'''i. /I- .iiins! 'Iut $iltN'Nel' '
y : duties economy In exiK-nditure' : and inspires judge: requested th distinguished l.uv- Price), |l per bottle. For tale !
vf i. I'MHKi. 9d tll Ita"J1I :.S1'ili'iu.f ;i/Nllpgl/ ." I' by drucKists. If your druggist! ran not i
: the habit of besides I '
saving up I'r to '< !id him. Tin- trial lasted supply you it will be sent prepaid upon its South I'alafuStJ'l'et, 'XcSlt'Pllanl ITuiiding.[ ) 'j'
:iU<'r tl. ikiii;' :i ': showing at all times a correct financial I twn days! and, to tin court's astonishj I'j I receipt of price.. Address .
01 I We have the Choicest Cut of Western and Home :Mean, also Chicken: j'
i condition.; Housekeepers, mechanics J Ji ins'i.t. \\l.>> jury irturnwl verdict of
j Uricso! Chemical! Co. Los AngeesCal! No. <5< .
M-t'-r.t hailn't jou U-lter tell fai : i and all who handle money in the man- acquittal.! As the primmer' was about ]i and All Vegetable; Teleplionr > ."
'I i i-i -. I K: the Uiliy and! buy or tneDistributing .
us some j
affairs will 'I
of their
., i j personal to he ilisM-harswl.. the: lawyer ste11K'd
{ /.. < find it form the hab- I Ii N Bru> swill & CO" New frlran 1
i i most profitable to up\ IIIl.t! jade and requited, a few j I LP'1

/11:2 Ii of'I. i{I it of kot ping accounts. words! in \priate."What Agents. HALL & KLEIN

. is it?" asked the couit."I :
1' !I."'siirr t'l cake a gnind; prosi j I ,
: lion the Unsh Comr 1 ve.uldt't bummer," thelawyer.
\ plied
I i r II.! r'.11.';;''. Ik's had! H"* j your
I.. -M I".1 ". I' In meusk-s rash appears on the : "to l-ave- the prisoner dttained 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. L a

I ., 't i i.M'-u, he was a l'l'omlmnt I fourth day of the fexer. It is first seen in jail tonhrut.; I have to cross n lonely / .

'-'. > on the foiehead. face and neck, after- I I'ti-lJ on limy way hmno" and the ras

t I was an insurance I ward OUT the whole !body. It consists:. ('happen.j'\ ; to Know that I have money : HARDBRICK Staple and Family Groceries >

", i !I.,. i ,'i, eim.x uioliey mt of a | of raised!;; red n-ots. In'scarlet fever about me." ,

>: ', '! 1-. ;! ntoJu: Tiuiexi I! the rash appears on the second day of ----- i i

j the fever, commencing; on thelI'P'r I The AVorNt h'orin Select Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. ,

11..,..rrn I r. | part of the chest\ and neck, whence it I Multitudes are singing the praises '

: I I i :' ho,\l' jour uiother-ln- j spreads over the body. In smallpox\ an Poultry Eggs and Gauntry Produce. :
I of Kodol the new di-covery which
I ; ill condition to the hus- I eruption is seen on the third or fourth j ji ,
I ..1.1un the face, lurk find wrists.: : InchirLen I is making! many sick people well
I I ".i afraid, JTOMfatal.!. i : : j
I \, .'!/1. let's try it any.n i| pox the eruption is made of j i and weak people strong by digesting Telephone No. 358.'I'

\. 0\.: < '. hl [II'lltlt.'llt. small blebs. In typhoid fever the rash I| what they eat, by (1f'an5iJJlnd I I .

I shows itself before the seventh the and
rarely +i sweetening stomach by

I.ray \ "ur..' Torture day of the f,'\1'1' The spots are rose i transforming their food into the AL\YAYS\ ON HAND) i'i'

T' ii. r,,;Ii l,'V-il from torturing eli;;- I colored, and they disappear' on pressure. I IHrnt'N | kind of pure, rich, red blood that Ldquors'

I make you feel good all ovtr. Mrs. .
t. if 1'1' 'iorty p'irs': torture alight I tonne rlllo. : :
I. T. writes For -FOR-
CranQllofTroy :
w. ,' rl|,.. th,- gratitttdAn: ( l n!I. A. Meaty the writer fur. youth | HALF.:
anyone : frequently letters from admirers ''a number ot years I was troubled .
'I 1 t' iluzfl put
i- \vi It 'Wit''it.h [ I :;
all over the wcrld{ asking! for his autograph with indigestion and dy.pep-ia EverybodyAT
P' i' v i for C. H Jenovu
ney. O. |I and offering criticisms of his | which grew into the worst f,>fIn.I -TO-
I. : "1b'\\ itt's Witch HazelS I i Ixxiks. 111:1 sl'.ry of the peninsular' { I Finally I wa: ; induced to USP Kudo! ,

''II 'I"' ''I I UH of pileafter I had i war he lIIa.!,' two boys disguise themselves !and after using four bottles;: I am on I THE- ; ; ;

.!I. i r.-v vfirt.' Cures cut, I by staining their faces with ''tir -ly cured. I heartily recommend ONE MILLIONi I,

1 I.,' W '. i i-, .I iodine.\! Shortly after the book wasI j Kod'd; to all suffers from indigestion I,[
-I I kia tli"ea. }Je1' '
I i and \ Take dose, after
dys-pepsin.: : a l limpaU. Reliable Barrel House
:' r l ,n".rfeit-5.! Harris'Phir11111 I i published\ he rcceiud a letter from a i It digests what you eat.ilargk I|I Kentucky : :

'. J :S1 t'ppard. Sidney Kalin. j boy, who said he was a chemist's sissistant I Pharmacy, John Shepard, :; ;
], stating that while that special 1 Sidney Kahn.
: Our Prices Before
,: incident wns represented as taking) I i +'
E. W. I place.' in IVtS; inline was not discovered C..3.. 8 or 0 :rt.:I:.4.. S. A. Friedman

PEAKE, 1 until 111, three years after. I Scan the lima Rind Yu Hats Ihars8lgnsttre \ ,
N' ", : Purchasing.l1apacily .
'l. ,1 t
: :- .1 i 1'al.ifox street keeps tl-J-- -
I i : "'
1'.1 I -. \\" and all kinds tlf Fli-ue. of SOLE PKOl'RIETOi

'vr' ''' r'' i ;'Iil-". Have him d-> !I Tommy-Ll! linvnup, you told me if fl

>"t:r a'',. h. I''ill phone L'lti.t71LmoiLr: j jf' last week you liked me bcttcr'n you i I am now receiving the Largest and mot excellent a.-""m.n.1 h 't.
!! dU any other boy nu* now jou're Icttin' I SEND YOUR ORDERS 50,000 Daily I t

I!i Kick Trotter shine up to you. I Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Gins ,:. :

.4.. Ml-1\ did Ike"U: best last week OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.Aho j I
So", :# 1,: a N' i y u lime i 1I\3YS Bc 1Za; I'I ; to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or !
4',' but I've changed my miniL! Docs your electrical work. Repair work the Finest and Largest Line of Case Bottled Goods. ', ,
aspecialty. ,
-9. / k( !!:.! papa T\ltJIIIJ-Xu.keep n candy store? I II I i fdeffUUan Brick Co. Special Attention Given to Mail Orders; i 1 1I '\\'l'IL Dick's! does.-Chicago! Tribune. I II guarantee honest measure, best quality and lowest prices.. Be sure to t t ,. 1

t+t't.l 'J. t HI:LI1 SClllut'tEi ; ; send your Christmas orders tit : "
I ckAUNCH Pine Barren, Fla. 'I

.i"wnu-: i the ChE'dulpf the QnirL. Relief.Mrs. S. A. FRIEDMAN ; !
#;v'ri t1 i,.,'ittteamerGeneral,, French Tnibbles-IKictor. can do I ,
you I P\ JI"''' .roic....
11'.11'1.: 1'MK NEWS print for the anything fur uiy husband? % C I I 1 1J 331 bouth Palafox Street, P. O. Box 418, PENrfACOLA, :FLORIDA. f f.
btn"ti! "f the
merchants who ship! matter?
Jlllt'lur-Witat is the
l--ir ?. .ij, tt) the various .l -
("''-1-: army Jirs. Trubblcs-Worryiuj about mon- CHARTER These tiny Capsules sresnpenor| t

I yi Balsam of \ J. E. DUBUISSOX' S BROTHER 1j
ciavr, /1-erola .... -..-.... ... Inn a. m. i i I relieve him of that jto ,
,. 1:"" ...... ...... r"7::. s. m. Ilotor-Ob, I can The Elegantly Equipped JCrbeM and Copaiba)1( ))!I t J
hyr, I' i rl1'l. .- .. :yei I a. in. : all ri;;!-t. They care to 48 !| COKNKU TAUKAGONA AND l.VTEXUENCIA STItKKT". .
Lear Lr-s. I Is,,,rsuea' ...... ..._....--. N:15: s. m. I Launch CUPID 1 i1R;
\\Jfaptha .
: ,
l.,-I-H.-OU, ._10:15 a. m. The Main Thln ine T-yaws withooi Myiujfa"iirilCi -, Dealers ing :
Qlr.'t. KrrilIClg, u:10 1m.> and then i' \ with Parlor Car Fittings .!- eau its *, IqlGGlSTC 'th
t. P lo KortMcHee and then Ted-Madse i is the lowliest little ,
ttlr Lr"- \.",\. 01 rlul,'''., that girl is for a trip on the bay or for Choice Staple and Family Groceries
thing you ever saw i <
... .
I.t' rlu'l "- ........-.-... -. Il: p. m. :' I
'''.' I' :.. .. ......... ..... lVop.m.: : worth n million. a cruise. .
L L .,. : ,:,Ithx'.tI4. .'. ......... ..... .... ;: m. XoJ-r.ut has she gut it?-New York i ENGLISH Our Good are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate, ; .
..,. t.' ,"' : v ..-- Accommodations for 40 and Warranted to hit the Best the :Market Affird and can be if;
t"i 1 "".', 'l'rani'ni. slid &:*'.p.m. and makes Times. i 5ENfJYilQYAL PILLS Relid! on. We can Duplicate any Order Given in During the ;II

I':' ,\ :., r : Poverty Is a }grindstone on which Hates reasonable. ... CIUl'Ut.TEU'o K'GLIaU
'" I :ItB very H '-A. *
I < v.I.!l i "'"" lye : via Pick many wits are sharpened. Chicago i If,, r' _.i-'I'lia., ., KF.D eel Unit _"m. bar "M* COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION t
I :I' icola: at 6:80 p. m. News. Landing-Pine street. i.a t'=-'j...'kuxnbtm.." ..... ....Tale..tlt.d.w.tan.... ... BrfivL 1.1ta.
I l "hH.\I French is for army i i, 1!) u.._ ".,.f,"t.r..dde.'a P.O. Box 326. \
\ ...... .. J E. Duhuisson & Bro.
!|! ."l.v and any outsider must t CAPT. STEARNS, tU. /f >k l'art'e.lar..T..t'.I... ,_ .j
''- The first shell used In warfare \ V u1 Relief fo.l.dle....... Wlih.
: ;i'a=s from the was .'ur. IUII. .*. wMnu So.dlj I PHONE 66. i
quartermaster ""- .
1 ,,,c by the sultan of India In 14SQ Master. -l .ii t'...&... .. t I".trr. l'h.1ee i('... FAD111y Orocor-s.
ra rage 01 her. I! Gujarat, rat,.:.,....._ H..I'-a......... "U1LA.. PI.
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{ MN_ NN Is There Weak Spot That I, CllrFut

Likely to Develop Disease?


F ........ Paine's CeleryCompound II Furnishers for Cash Only. I

Mrs. Robert: A. Hyer was the

hostess at a large card party given I, s. WINTER STOCK 1 i CREATING
yesterday afternoon to the ladles exclusively I _
and at night the function .

was! : continued being participated in Quickly Reaches the Affected m, -AT iAT <* TKLK. a}

by the gentlemen as well as the *

Parts, Fortifies Them and ;1 1Wi
The general decorations consistedof THE BIG STORE $180Pair.

a profusion of bamboo and pot 1 Imparts New Life to

plants, among which were placed J .

where the happiest effects would be the Blood. .
obtained clusters of red, white and I,)' p
pink carnations. The color schemein I Are you conscious: of a weak spot ,( ::.t $2.50 ...}
in connection with any of the great
the parlor, unlike the rest of the I I organs of the body? Do your kidneys 13 Reduced Prices. l; .* .* THEIR REAL VALUE *'< .04
house was of green and white and bother you? It may be that
the effect was very beautiful. you experience pain in urination or ':.' '../' $1.80OUR
la the afternoon cards indulged pain in the small of the back. You : 1:)
were perhaps find tbe skin dry and harsh f : PRICE. 1lC;

in, six.handed euchre being the urine high colored or a depositin ; Dress Goods Wash Goods.I ttI* ..:. A MIGHTY GOOD REASON FOR THE TALK. :
played and seven tables were occu- it. Any of these symptoms pointto
f fJ
pied. kidney trouble. t} Department.Elegant Fancy Pann Out- ; 5-STYLES-5 ..

The fortunate winners of the prizes Is your liver doing its! work properly ... ing, Ii};:: quality, at....13'3351inch : :M', i I:<<
? If you have vomiting, nausea, Broadcloth worth I I
in the afternoon were: !,I furred tongue, constipation or dis_"r- f $1.00at....... ..... ....... M5c 1,397 Yards Fancy 9mnIi ;- (I) fIAt?
First prize, a handsome picture to : ded vision, there is a weak spot in 51.inch Bl1'ketCIlh at.... 9Sc keag Outing I1t...... .... 9c < Mrs. httzs of Atlanta; second Irize'l, connection with the liver. This de- 5.inco imelii' Hair at... 99t! I 'M52inch MEYER SHOE 00. 1
I I L) One Lot 'l"ancFlan1el. tt )
mands instant attention. .
bowl to Mi-s Aiken, GO inch Thibet at...... .... 149 I I [I
s a fancy Mary |I Is the network of muscular: fibres :: : Fancy Etamine at 1 51 worth lOe. at.. ..... ..... 82C .:Lt1
and the consolation prize a lace, of the stomach in a healthy condition -
) to-inch Pebble Cheviot at 9J !! ;
One Lot Fancy Flannelett Feet Furnishers for Cash Only.
t1 ) :
handkerchief Miss Isabell Bell. ,or are the nervi-s weak,irritated ,
; ] One Lt 3G-inch PruI'elll 29. ..
..... .... ..
worth It
I > .at. I
uriLfltmed? Is tbe digestion ? .
At night eight tables were filled poor $ One Lot Fancy SilkE s, your 1OUTH I'I.AI'tXtTit1II'_ rt.

iu the parlor, sitting rom and dinning Have you dj-pepMa, indirection, '' E II choice at.... ...... ..... 49c Fitchville Bleached JJ- fl lJ) -- -
i heartbaru or waterbra-h Any of' I One Lot Eiderdown, your I if e"tic, Monday ouly.l\J\ 4'. i,
room and after pleasant rivalryit i, these troubles are forerunners suf- ...' choice at...... .. ......... 3c yards: for...... ...... ..... 75c ...., :
was decided that of the Iidies' feting and ill health. J J I j Ii B l5 a >> J *
ro.:) ro't IIP
prizes;, a silver bozibon dish, should Dues your blx>d as it courses to all ,, f MW W
v v )) t v\l
: : uvvuv> >
part;; of the body carry uoutHhuitiit Ladies' and Children's Underwear. .. i .
t Mrs. Abercrombie, fern dish ; ,
KU to a and life, or is it filled with impurities :

1F to Mr. NV. B. \Vrlzht and a lace i and poison*? Unless you have a full II (iii:): Ladiel Union Suits. '1.50) Quality for...... .... .. ..........f 1.39 f:1)) -

Jt handkerchief to :Mi s JJerta H 'er. and vteorom supply of pure blood !, Ladie Union suits. $1.U) Quality for.. .. .. ........ .... .... Etlc :'

4 These were the fir-t, consolation aud your Eminent life :s medical daily in men danger.and the tens i I[ 1:1: Children's Union suits. $L.GU Quality for...... .... .... .... ... !J ((:) DR. J. H. MOCK

r 1 lone hand prizes respectively. i I of tht)115alldmade well and strangl: I .:. Chilrtren's Union Suits! i5c Quality for.... .... .... .... .... tile ,:.. ,
t.s Only two prizes were allotted to i by Paine's Celery Compound will
the gentlemen participating. Mr. tell you that this marvelous medicine 11; I;!
W. \Vriht becoming the posess- I is your sure deliverer from all Skirts; Shirt Waists Millinery ,
the troubles mentioned. Fame'sCelery '00'' DENTIST.
or of a silk umbrella as first and Mr. Compound quickly and {::1 Jl;; and Cloaks. .g, .g Department. .g, ,(I]
t John Oatlin a pocket knife as the promptly reaches the quick suffering -
lone band parts fortifies them, gives new On account .of our Limited i '
a$ prize.Refreshments All Our Children's Cloaks ar.d tlj
z were served both life to the blood nourishes the I.Ilii 11 I Floor Space in this DP art- ., 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building.
on Jackets at Cost.
nerves, builds muscle and tissue, 'c....., Factory meat. we will be compelled to '"...

occasions. and makes you rejoice in a condi- ) An our $3.l) Skirts for.....U G.J clean out aU Fall and Winter l CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
f: Hats and :
tion of health that will be permanentand )1 are the Prices ()
k M*s. Frank Taylor and Mis. Fer- lasting. .:.. AU our U 00 Skirts for.$3 that will move them: .'.'
,' nald will receive this afternoon from '' !l. Hats for.... ....... .... 79c fi PCXSACOLA..\.
: .
four to six. ltJl,, AllourS5.ool5klrtsfor. .. $ .2;) .,,150 Hats for...... .... .... 9 JJ .) -
Irs RASY i'O 1)VE WITH .?; All Skirts over $500 at 25 per I $2.50 Hats for .... ... ......$1.87 -
: cento1I. $300 Hats for .. .... ........$2 36 ::<'
Mr;;. NV. B.Wright will entertainthe DIAMOND I DYESPlain () I $3 W Hat; for.. ........ ....12 69 l II. G Milva & Co.
Married Ladies Euchre Club at directions on every package tell .(.!.): An our Flannel Shirt Waist; at : $l.c) Hats for .... .... .... ..f2.9H ;(..): ,
hir re-ileuce, corner of LiRue ani I how to use tbfdy No other dye equals i ;' 20 per cent off the ReKular' All 5. 6, 7. 8. 9 and SIO Hat at :'
Barc .lRi streets tonight. I and Diamond! fastness Dyes In strength simplicity, I II (1), t>nce. I'135 per cent off the regular price. I I) 1 I Ii Manufacturers Il' i I' .
i Direction book and 15 dyed samples free. t

The Married Ladies' Duplicate !! DIAMOND DYES I'.urlingtou. I II (:j Carpets, Rugs, battings and Oil Cloths. 'm. i J Sash, Doors, Blinds,

W.: i-t Club were entertained by -- I .; : 15 Rolls of Good Chin Matting. this : .......... ', the yard ': Shingles,

} Mrs. John C. Avery yesterday after- I (E/J.J 10 Hollg of Extra Good China Matting, this 5.le.... 2i3: : the yard (h1I :,)
nuou. Three tables were occupiedand : THICK I .:0. 12 Roll of Fine Japanese Matting. this sale.... .... 213 the yard ''.:., Builders' Materials

a pleasant afternoon enjoyed. (:) .All-w oI3 ply Ingrain Carpet at. .. .... .... .. ....(i7c the yard '(11:) I ,

t l..einany friends of Mrs. M. E. \ AND DREADFUL One Piece Fllle Ioquet at.... .... .... .. ... ...... ...$1.3: yard laid Brick and Lime.

i, indispo-ition Ma-vci will learn tlld 1Y.with regret of her I,I -- ii: hugs at 15; per cent oiI the Regular Pricf's. ((:)) I Tolol ono r -o. 11.

to -- i The receipt late yesterday of Shoes. Clothing and Hats I I -
i, For Cough* ami CoMs,children take E i: I [Ei EiI :
j queries from :Sew York papers a;k-
, Piso'a Cure for Con-umptilu without ,.'.. Ladles Felt .JulIet, Far Here U. where you lieu can ..... I
;:lug about certain orders alleged to i Trimmed Slippers at.$1391E BRAWNI3R'SCLEARilCE f

.( objection.- uu ___ I have been received at the Pensacola E tj) L1.dips''elvet Colonial save money. fi)

I .. .. ........
'j: : slippers at. ; ; 145 All our $15 OO Suits for..fll j1) ,. .
navy yard was the first of a number Ladles PlaID felt Howe All our 121 50 Suits for.... 9.7; I '

WAS 1 113 I : of alarming rumors which were disI (Eij) Slippers at...... ...... ... SUa All our ii) 00 Suits for.... 82" f iJr5 ) !
, .... I.adles' Lace Pat Tip An other Suits In Proportloll '..
I cussed on the streets last night bearing 't Shoes at...... .... .... .... hl$1 I 00 Derby for...... .... She! ; SALE
[ upon the probability of hostili- I f.J) 53 pair Ladles' Kprin, A $1.50 Derby for..........$! 25 (iiJb
ti .. Shoes Lace and Button GJa: A $2.50 Derby for.l fjj; .. ;
L I ties with Germany over the Venezuelan -,I fit 67 pair hildren'' Shoes, I A ${ 00 Crusher: for.... .... Sac ; ,
.6 embroglio.The t.) worth to $1.15).... .... 59c! I iii) :
ItllilII-b M 1 ;.. 10 pairs Mer.'s Oil Tan See our show window for re- .... ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK. ?

! :, Attiva, Captain \ first message indicated that I: (:i Hunting ........ ...$.12,I duced prices on Underwear. (::1'
orders had beeu received the i
f-alvatore, which arrived this .
morn-1 I 78 Boys' Dmble-Breasted 2 piece I, fit inch Heavy Ladies'Cloth, in ill

] i iir, report that: she had sailed for : Brooklyn navy yard to have all I;f Buggies, Wagons and Harness. 'f;) I I$19S suits,+;all uit.Kempinb'Twe.wool worth $3, special sale Colors, regular $1 yard, this sale ''Jc

tI.. PeasacjU from Messina one hund-I work on ships rushed as fast as possible -] .:.. We have bought: the entire stock of Buggies. Wagons, Harness :.!., I carry a full line of yard.

red and thirteen days ago, and bad'| on account of the probability i Etc.. of the B ers' Carriage Co., and will Duke this a Special i) i Bnys' Pants from 3 to 16 age at I Five Pieces Black Shark Skin ii-
tI(I) f pricp to suit f'VfQ'b.dy. inch Dress Goods latest oat, regular
been 1 boriouly m iking her way to :i! of trouble. The papers asked if any Department under the pernnal m.lU1gernent of )Ir. Beers in the .J; I Look at our Show Wii.dow for
i.. .t:", I I $I yard, this sale b.ta: yard.
f this ever since. No incident of ,: such orders had: been received here. future. prices mi Ladies' llnderwc'ir. ,
part ) 38 pieces Fancy Dress Goods, wool
i I We carry a swell line of Ladieil'Flallliel I
especial note transpired during the I Upon inquiry, officials refused to tS m WE MARK THE SELLING PRICE 0. ALL OUR GOODS IN .m. ,I and Silk Wants at prices' so He and silk, regular, $1 yard, this sale

four mouths of ailiiur.: 1 1(I I, give out anything, paying that there i (:Ii J PLAIN FIGURE (:) I|I I everybody 70 doz Men's: Heavy wear one.French Neck Three yard pieces All-wool Black Henrietti. -
! The 1 length of thus at sea of this was nothing to give out. It is noted Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; : *ilk warp regular yard, this

i Te-Stl iia not ben rqualled lately. ;'.I I however, that there is a great deal f= lUiUiam obltion & ( 'Di1..5! ,, drawer ro doz to Men's match.Fl pced Lined Undershirts : sale 30\ bc pieces yard 30-inch All-wool Tricot,

II. II I more activity at the local yard atpresent worth Wa. special 35c; all colors, regular 3oc yard, this ala
( y
drawers to match.
, 25s vard.
, than for months and

many Lt-....._....iTiT9T. .'V". .. ......IT- -...._.. ...._. .-...._. ....__-..,-d'' I 30 doz Men's All Wool Ud Undpr- (gust Received a Full Line
: Diabetes andBright's it is not improbable, said a man well .._- .-!-,, _.. -- -- -- ,.-- ,. -- .1 shirts, worth $1, special 75c; drawers aistings, regular2oc; yard this sale

I versed in naval affairs, that the __ to match. 15c; yard.
i i 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel'sHair 47 LidieV Ready-to-Weir Rainv-
: Disease I North Atlantic squadron will be sent Undershirts, worth $I.W. special Diy Skirts, worth $1.50, special sale
I FRANK BRUNO G. MORASSO $1; drawers to match, in White 9Sc each.
here and the received
I recently Spanish : President. Sec'yand Treas. Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies Ready-to-\Vear Rainy-

I dry dock put to good use. We have about 3 doz. MPH'S Silk I Day fakiru, guaranteed all wool,
Shirt and Drawers, worth $3; special worth $4 special sale $:U3 each.
A significant order & CO.
IDtcr\' cw With Edward Short I recently received BRUNO to close $1.20 each. 60 LadieV: Black and Colored

1 +_ cl the San Francisco Call. i here was that the damagesto I 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth $1.W), special
I and Fleeced Lined Undershirts; at salp
: I the dock be repaired at once. ,t 5'A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING DEALERS IN ,.,I.+" drawers We each.
i. 25c; to match. 37 Lidies' Black Tailored and Figured -
11 These repairs, it is learned have 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and Skirts worth $2 50 to $G, special
11r. K.l",Pri1 !Mm connected with the bud I j been finished or are about completed Spaghetti, Vermicelli, Taliarini, Red All Wool Undershirts at COc; sale $1.98 to 1198 each.ReadytoWear .
'i' Ge*1i dii'iirntint of the San Krai.rlsco Call drawers to match.
:: iatervieael and the dock may now be submerged Spaghettini Zito Mezzano Jackets, our pnc
j- : line
t, I We carry a full of Ladies'" !|$143 to $8 each. You will -.tve
Qy.U are reported hate cured of with practically no danger. Men' and Boy's and Girls' Shoes:!
! Pericatello Ditali, Cannaroni money by looking at ours btf"rH
:j (U bt1es! that we can save you 25c on. buying.

I A Tliat. li rich I Stillina and Lascagni. Rpmember-We carry a full line 21 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at f 15-)
:t1 :
Q-\ro you sure It was filaheti f
fl of Men's Clothing Bougnt at oOc on to S5; worth nearly double.
; A -I was raided t..r insurance aid stet I
.! lAllinx rapidlv our physician told n.e 1 bat t MARITIME. MANUFACTURED FRESH DAILY OF PUREST dollar. We will close them out at 49.noy Double-Breasfpd 2.piece
,{ 41i.itieli and l<>put m> Affairs in shape MATERIAL AND BY EXPERT WORKMEN I just !j price off other merchants. suit.worth $1.50:: special 'Ms suit.Don't .
r (J Hate more than cue physician I j
1 A-\fs I had another conlirm it He, too
I > Ki'd I wuld not live long I bad dnipprd from : .
: 2.1oiipatudsgR1AJMcerywrai. A uugbt ARnn'En.Aust FAMILY AND SHIP ORDERS SOLICITED. I Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Lookat
>.r tulit me.of the FulronComptmud. I cc Ladovica:!!i3. Bartulich,Trieste,
w hint. did you time to take it? J to Gulf Transit CoRrwRatthmoor i I Ours. Remember the Place,
A -\l"*it a par lx-or I was perfectly welL II li'iO Ashley,G&l\estoa I BRUNO & CO. **-
ylnd jouri>hjsitfians then test fur till 'Ur' I to Cary A Co for coal I F. E.
A.-lloili did. Iloth reported l normal They >or bit Kriga: 77, Hale tarbsn to or- 105 S. Palafox St. BRAWNER.
were very greatly Mirprivd at my tmiry,rut Idcr I, Telephone No. 207. G. JIOIt.SSOgent, 701 Sooth Palafox.
they had told me dlabt't..s va iuiurablt HAl chip Attlvo, 019, Salvatore Messina
A,several 1 told tuy friend Wlllltm Mir
tin,an S I'. conductor uf SlurLtun, about 11.lWhaldtebete.andass I I CLEAKCD. ................ ................................... i
1.... ltoo uhm 1 told h'ra. He pot tocive the name upLis retails { Span ss Leonora. 1"37. Kustlnza by Gulf : llm W MIcHiNEoPs
later.1 did,and a ai well a ben killed a year 01to I!, Transit ft Co r..t.-.s'qrbalt'8cotton.UI:tor Liverpool with .iCMKO round s fts FORTUNES GROWING FRUIT. i

.' Q-.\nvotherA >' hales cotton. li.tixu eks o i meal 4< .,: -I told William Hawkins of the Custom : Inr logs 6-.1: pea oak stares valued at J1Wif ,- PEACHES and PLUMS FOR MARKET.

, ': House.N.CaxCle.and Captain upon hearing Hul'hard they of the had liarLtntiDeS diabetes. |,. iw BrssRaithmoor, 19\.). Ashley by Cary": i COVINQTON AND CONECUH COUNTIES, ALA.. THE PEACH PARADISE. t 803.805 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.Valyes .
, Ikith'ot them -1. I al told Co for Hamburg,with rtou tons coal,
. r were rur.< o aneigbtor valued
uliobid dropsy. In a month Itwasehuitcated it ':!.lf1I(aDd sailed) m BEARING ORCHARD. t Cods and ETcrjttlHi !in this Line Kept Coistaitlr> en Hail.
,i :' 11 an't recollect all I've told. P.r ss Windsor !->& Booth, with additional *muu ,
25,000 Peach and Plum Trees 4 Year. Old. t
Jap ,
} .
I Q-1'id it fall In any case! cargo of il4.alY. It sawn timber for tiel -
I A.-Sot one It is a positive cure to Briirht'i l noa by W ti Keyser Co,valued at Jl.WO I GREATEST BARGAIN ON EARTH Prompt Workjtjtjtjt -Reasonable Prices. T I Cl
! i Dt.esseandDiabetes. Gootrr and see Hawk -- HUGHES Prop
I, JB and te will tell you tbe same thing. SAILED. 1..&: "esPropertr,station Side-trucks la the Orchards. BOLD from PHONE 123-292. J ,fl jt j* UuUA. '.
I Br Manchester Trees Last Beason lomn.. crop now on Trees worth fffl.uuo-Ripe June. -
H Corporation, S5y5,
It j Medical works spree that Prtcbt's Disease Heath for Ir..menI i
i and piatwtes are incurable but S7 per cent are. Span ss Leonora, laT,Bustinza for Liver- Price saO.OOOa.y PaYD1on.t.
1 poaltltely f''o'rerolt under the Fulton Compounds I pool. 111 Health of Owne-cause of lull Great Bargain. May organize Stock Company
I ; {Common forms of kidney complaint i at 1100 share. Write Quick. Particulars,Pictures etc..Address GREENHUT & CO. *
i offer but tort resistance) lrlce. (l for the <
Bright' Disease and II.50 for the OiabetiaOmpound. I It is expected that the Norwegian E. IVX. RVMI'8. Rod Xje-vol. Ala.
J try street. San John Francisco J. Fulton sole Co..4)compounders.Montgom- Corvette Ellida will touch here with 2--+I+e.....>.>..........>.*>>...>.>.>...>.<....
FI.e tests made fur. patients Dcicr'.pUveI I in a few days. This vessel was here WHOLESALE GROCERS

paatpblelmaile.1true.HANNAH some years ago and is used as a OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLESFine Hot French Waffles with ,

; BR03. trailing ship. She is now at New Florida Cane
Try them. Syrup at
Sole Agents for Pensacola. Orleans for a stay of eight days. oysters today.NIC APOSTLE. Solomon's Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.i".r'i. .

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