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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 27, 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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Jimmy Butt, who defeated Frank Francis B. Loomis, who will succeedDr.

OINTMENT Erne In seven rounds and thus put NEGRO WAS ABOUT THE David Jayne Hill as first assistant

himself In line to tight for the light secretary of state, is a tried diplomat! I b" -' ..1 t.>

weight clmmploi1! hip. Is a native of and an experienced newspaper man. pOYADY tJ r;

San Francisco and I Is twenty-two years lie Is at present United States minister! t ,...". "t,
of! Emollients and I' CAPTUREDJohn BAR PILOTSThe ,:!t ;t- '. j. .t
Purest Presidents
P r old.At to Portugal;: lIe was a friend of I a' "
the age of eighteen;: he took up Harrison and McKinley and held Ifi'
Greatest of Skin Cures with boxing and until a year ago was ': ; ," .
the amateur lightweight;: champion of '
Williams, one of these "no Bar Pilots Association held a '
the Pacific coast While as an amateur ", i ,
count meeting last night at the South Pala- Ao t .
niggers" as an acquaintancesaid 1

Tie Most Wonderful Curative tried to kill a negro woman last fox office and',unanimously adopteda ri. "G pO : t 'f,

of All Time night for no other reason than that set of bylaws previously. submitted :: .i
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t she had refused to( receive his aflec- and passed upon. The meetingwas :' ;, ;

tionate; attentions. not an open one, and nODe cf 'JAn10"POWDER I !

For Torturing, Disfiguring Williams was employed at the the eight men who withdrew from "

Humours. until when the association several days ago '
Gingles place recently :

l t"vroc'k. his worthless presence was no longer were allowed In the meeting. ) I'i .. 1

,' .1'> ',:':?. lit is beyond question : '
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None of those who have :
announced : ; ,
i-t desired and he was told to hunt another I, : :
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'.' _-i.',', .5 humours of the skin and 6 job. He went ol! and pur- their withdrawal endeavored to THERE IS SUBSTITUTE t 'I

of hair chased attend the meeting, and it is stated 11'11' )
', :' "i, loss ever comp a breech-loading shotgun 'J

j .i, ,a ;j.roof of which a single with all the he could that had such an attempt have been ,
money scrape
.',4 with it, preceded by a hot
1, "11 '. 'h ( uticiuM Soap: and followed together. He then informed Gingles' made there would have been no op t'I : j

." il. -c'v'r<'r cafes by a dose of Cuti- position.A KING PRISGUS'SPROCLAMATION .
'r- ; cook that be would kill her on "
ui ll--olu'iit I: fills, is often sulficientto
".nl immediate relief in the mot; ; sight or burn the house in which member of the regular associa-

ill,tre-ing f >\'ms of itching, burning ;y b. :e, I rr she lived. tion. when questioned this morning i; "
end s' !lv: humours, permits rest and b: c.
-k'l'pami i \ points toa speedy cure when The woman was naturally frightened relative to ,the notice published : ,
.u older remedies fail. It is especially "
herein stated that those
and told her Mr. .
of infants and chiltii employer. "
in the
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( i, cleansing, soothing and healingthe Gingles telephoned Deputy Marshal who have withdrawn are yet recog- The following interesting communication ; i, r i

mu-t distressing of infantile hu- 4r nized members of the association. "'
, 'ur+, and preserving, purifying aud / Sanders that Williams was hanging as has been received from J' ;

"U .at.tying; the Mn, scalp and hair. around with a gun and announcedthat Some of them are officers and with King[ Priscus by the hand of his s 4
( ,iitii-ura Ointment jxM-esses, at the : I Grand Chamberlain, and !is comma- k :, .1
, I'i time, the charm of satisfying the he wag waiting to kill the idol of but one exception all have signedthe foreign posts under both. Until a little nicated to the people of Pensacola ri ,: ;1. ) .

pie wants of the toilet,in caring furt his eye. Deputy Sanderswect out newly adopted rules. This gentleman over a year ao;: he was minister to Ven without delay by the official to whom '
-kin, scalp, hair and hand from in- also stated that there wouldbe ezuela. In 1J IX) Mr. Loom was mall 1 .
f. y to ago: far more effectually, i and discovered Williams standing consul at St Etienne, France and it is addressed : I "
.' :ably and economically than the a- nothing done ia the of the Wireless ) : '
, behind a tree and gazing so intentlyat way while there wrote a number of reportson (By Telegraphy. ,
expensive; of toilet emollients and commercial conditions Culebra Island, Jan. 26, 1003. -,
dissatisfied crowd until economic
.. operating
i i !,\\-taut relief for skin-tortured the house that he did not know of
which attracted attention and several To H. Renrnt. i :
C. ; !
ur"Sanati\eautNopticcleans-' boat arrives; "and then the r
the officer's until he
i 1' ,'Onf-nyht; treatment of the JIMMY DRITT.Dritt's presence was of which were translated and published Lord High Marshal. i :
i i i"r .jingle treatment of the arrested.It courts may handle the matter," he by L foreign governments. Mr. Loomis Greeting: ill' t
.. .. record was Interesting. After :
"' rI after athletics, cycling, bas had In tilenew'pilcr '
said. noteworthy
i a career I f
trimming all the men in his own class was found that Williams had Know all citizens of our well-be- 11'
:, t' ,-. ridingparrlug; \ or any world and has held
t. ii i"ifoiinivtiini! with the! u-e he went afield for bigger;: game andeven stuffed wadding into the gun barrel There has been received no infor- Important editorial positions. many loved city of Pensacola, and all loyal 1'f I

i t ,rl.' v', ip, is sutUik-ut evidence to taking on a lu(! pounder. mation-regarding: the new pilot boat subjects of King Priscus to whom l "
; Britt got tired of winning medals, in order that 45-calibre Winchester .

1':.11:>"- '.'"\ r,'!i-on Cuticura Soap, and In the professional ranks bethought cartridge would fit securely and purchased by Bazzell and others. LIEUT. ARMSTRONC these presents may come, that the I'1. '

I. ,i >n I_,,' "r. Oiati.i.'i.t, for pre- he could make considerable It was at first expected that the ves- time now draweth near for the annual I i, a ,
Htitill the atone time had snapped it with an celebration of the Mardi Gras Festivities '
.'. i 'rrt.:\ ':_' ul I" : ? money. His first professional mill was i"
hr i :', ,10-1 i i ill'' -, \p i>t cni-ts with Toby IrwIn before the Acme Athletic evident bead on the woman whose sel would touch' at Key West and DIED AT MANILAProf. established by our fathers, t :
.out'''!: i'l..hd\ tl.l' ;-tojiiiiig
| club of Oakland, Cal. It lasted life he had threatened. the Pensacola owners so notified. and thatthetwenly-thirdand twen- : ,
"ft.L _, : luir, 'r-'.ft" nin? \\liiteiiing
fifteen rounds, and it was evident that ty-fourth days of Februrary next J f )
and -onihiiig rid rmuh and fore Mayor Jones gave Williams fit) Captain Dunn, who is in commandof 1 1i:
Ii.nnlj. fur rahriti'Lin) and IrwIn had met his master. have decree been set : J Jfor
lulu, ;!s the Colt, evidently wishes to H. Clay Armstrong is todayin by royal apart ) ,
i lutingas "i-ll afir all purposes of The next fight was with Tim Heg- days on the streets, and at the con- that purpose. 1:1 I: '

the toilet, hath and iiur-iTy. arty, the Australian boxer who came clusion of this sentence he will probe reach here at the earliest possible receipt of a telegram from the And it has furthermore been decreed 1./:/.>, i, 1

to this country to lose the big reputation and is have War the intelligence I
moment supposed to Department conveying .
ably be prosecuted in county courts. by the privy council that, in : :
that he had won on his own heath.
Pindr Way to bite 101m. passed that point and now is quite of the death at Manila of accordance with established custom I ;
Timothy: was knocked out cold In the t
The startling announcement of a eighth;: round by one of Jimmy's lefts near to Pensacola. It is figured that Lieutenant W. Armstrong, of the King Priscus will on Saturday, the '; :
lli- that will THE TARPONIS thirty-first day of January 1903 A. ,: r,'
covery surely lengthen and has not done much since. he will reach here within the next 23th U. 8. Infantry.The ,
life i= made by Editor: O. H. Downey The third contest was with the fa- D., being the fourth Year of the Kar-
43 hours at the longest. of his death small J
cause was '
.: l'hurubu-co, Ind. "I wi-h to mous Kid Ln'lgn, the Saginaw wonder nival Kalandar, embark with all '1
tate: ," ho write*, "that Dr. King's: Britt beat him to a standstill In LOADING The new association men are as pox. his retinue on the royal ;yacht ';;!I f

N"",w Discovery for Consumption; is eight rounds, and the Michigan boy's confident of operating freely as they Lieutenant Armstrong was appointed "Rospen" for the city of Pensacola- }:: 4 r :ii

tie n.o-t, iuf.llibl. remedy that I brother bin from threw a knockout up the and sponge serious to save In- can be. They expect a fight in the from civil life from the stateof And it is now the king's pleasure j "' I

Sate: ",'r known for Coughs, Colds BIG CARGO to announce the arrival of the royal ,1 : 1
jury. courts, are prepared to meet all sorts Alabama during the Spanish- < or"
.:,J Cini' It's ii.v.ilu.ible to peoplewit I yacht in your city at the wharf called H j '
\ \u ik luti ., this of injunctions and restraining orders American war and was assigned to ll
;: Having won- As to Anaconda. I I Palafox at high noon of Monday, of } ?

! 'riii I in. Jle lIe no one need dread'' The case Anaconda illustrates the The present trip of the Tarpon is and say they will make their oppo, service with the 26th U. S. Infantry.His Februrary the 23d, there to receive i u *

Pi 11111Lt, or Con-umption.; Its rp- !, fact that the lot of the outclassed horse nents feel small when the court command was ordered to the the homage of his faithful subject;. J W" j
, i ,- :and cure ct'rtain.Y.. Is a potty, hard one, even if he be outclassed to prove highly satisfactory, to the ,
finally ends the fight. Philippine Islands, where be saw who are hereby commanded under -I
A, Il'AI" mbcrte! 121 Ninth Paltfox t
, ; by but the least trifle as Anaconda projoctors of the line, for both passenger -
pain of the royal displeasure to be ,
"otruitt''; every tIC.IHh.lUOO is. The make boss" can btill :From inside information, it may active service for nearly three years, I
1' :,I Ii, 'at i J give: trial bottles free! and freight accommodationsare then and there present and to fail < ;r ,
.- -- pans 'n'rlillwats in n row'around -:O! be accurately stated that a bitter after which he was ordered home.
and 2 i,,;;. But unless he catches him heavily taxed. not in their duty. J '
"OEESTeiCK will be made in addition to the He remained in the United States :
SKULE" fight
REHEARSALT. The two days immediately snc- :
off ho can't beat Prince Alert and he Among the passengers who have :

.. must meet him every time he starts most bitter competition.The about ten months when he was or- ceding the arrival of the royal yacht Ij t ,
'ykullurs" are requested to be engaged staterooms are Mrs. Dell :'
.. next season.A regular association is yet dered back, and bad been at his post will be given over to the revels of I .L.,
. operating
-t '
k .1 i
> tonight at S o'clook Johnson and Mrs. Ben Moates who '
sharp great many people do not expect to King Priscus and his merry follow't:. i}.
the steamboat Florida. A less than three weeks when he was
Ti :,. : t!:i teacher.: The trustees, we him beat Audubon I5oy next summer will visit relatives at St. Andrews. ers; and all loyal subjects are now r {
and three others vessel will be stricken with the dreaded disease :
iHirbnps or !sailing perhaps en
Ji.J.: A very, Julge Blount, Mr. President J. R. Sanders will also commanded to cast aside all care, :
l' rk'' that mIght be named. If he races on gaged shortly.INTERESTING. which terminated his young and and, donning cap and bells, make i 4j'v,1
the Mayor, and the pa the grand circuit, he will probablyhave make the trip. He will have as his 'j
life. ready to submit to the of the )
.r' promising sway
"f an determined to make good ,to be content with second or third guests Messrs. P. W. and B. M.
t. \ i
Lord of Misrule and the master of :;
'01" 'If it.HV money as a general thing, which is not Lieutenant Armstrong was! the
Jones of Valdosta, Ga., who are RUMOR IS
----- particularly glorious nor especially I the Bevels for the time aforesaid. i
next youngest brother of Prof. H. :
here Just received our profitable. interested in tbe German-American CURRENT THIS AFTERNOON The progress of the royal yacht t F ;

1W* line of Heywood Go- Hut there is practically: nowhere else Lumber Company at Millville. Mr. Clay Armstrong of the city, and was after the departure from the King's ; ,4' I

Carts with all the latest im- second for him class to race juicers for he so can easily beat that all they the H. H. Boyer, Pensacola agent for It is rumored this afternoon thatC. only 26 years of age at the time of domain will from time to time be {; ,1'

McK. Oerting, the pilots disbursing his death. reported to you by wireless tele '
provements. Call and see would not enter nor race against him the lumber company, will also be a .4

heal In the free for ails on the minor tracks. the agent, will be enjoined from THE NEWS, together with its graphy. ''i_ :
; they are beauties passenger on present trip. Given under my hand and seal this tt, i
Just where to place him becomes, therefore out unless satis- many readers extends to ;
paying sympathy
Marston Quina.. a problem. One tourist party of eight, !and any money the twenty-sixth day of January, A. .t

--- of arrived from factory service has been performed. Prof. Armstrong and relatives in D. 1903. PRISCUS REX. i
The general Impression is that he Is another party seven + :.1;

SPECIAL NOTICE.H. a difficult horse to drive and not an Northern points yesterday and at This injunction is said to have their irreparable loss. Attest: H. REYH. ; ,1 o
ideal roadster. But for that he would Grand Chamberlain. '
been prompted by a refusal of certain q,
Ai'in.: Umbrella Maker, 315 probably find his way into some speedway once engaged passage for points at t
."' M' I1, pilots to go on duty today. "Deestrick Skule at opera house "Deestrick Skule" at house l'' '
u:ifo\, wishes to inform the stable lie has won nearly 100 which the Tarpon will touch. opera
, ,: standard and Tuesday night, Feb. 3i.: Tuesday night February 3d. ;
'ir t :at he has: no one employed heats In time probably Bat the freight shipments are very New Century Comfort. -1'
1 s twenty-five in 2.05: ; or better his earnIngs 1 '
tuJe! ;
and will be
for only re- reaching close to 30000. surprising. Almost every necessary Millions are daily finding a worldof DEATH OF APROMINENT for Over Sixty Yean t, Y
goods intrusted to him I
article that is thought of fills up the comfort In Bucklen's Arnica MRS. WINSLOW'B BOOTH 159 BTBUF bu '
.' 3jlm Career of Champion Ke..e. Salve' It kills pain from Burns, been used for over ilxty Jean by militant 1\\
--- is of boat, and tons of freight that had Scalds, Cuts, Bruises; conquers MANJno. mothers for their children while teethlnf, il
Hot Figure or "fancy" skating one
French Waffles with formerly been handled at Mobile Ulcers and Fever Bores:) ; cures Eruptions with perlect deceit. It tooibet the child
branches of the '
Florida Cane at the most difficult gameto ,Halt Rheum, Boils and Felons; softens the gnmallayaallpadnenreswind :,1 i
Solomon's Syrup master. Years of persistent practice and sold by Mobile merchants was removes Corns and Wart Best colic,and U the beet remedy for DIarrhoea. 'J Fr

are required before a man can perform shipped by Pensacola wholesalers, a Pile cure on earth. Only 25c. at W. C. McDavid, a prominent It will relieve the poor little lofferer Im ,

I creditably. Dr. Arthur G. Keane, the A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 merchant of Bluff Springs,, whose mediately. Bold by Druggliti In eierr part i: "!
1 JJ'e{ are the only furniture, present champion of the United States, fact that should be a source of joy to South:) Palafox street.! of the world. Twenty-Ore cents a bottl '
serious illness has been noted, died Be tare you ask for"M r.Wloilow'i Boots t
dealers in the city who car- has successfully defended the title for Pensacolians in general. log Byrup, 'and take no other kind >>'ri !

.'t!" a complete line of china four consecutive years and the indications Some of the freight loaded this Why pay fancy prices for fnrni this morning at 11 o'clock. '," ,

are that he will continue to holdit ture and house furnishing goods Mr. McDevid was for many years
The bill of fare
at the house
eases billed Tallahassee. opera
and to
sideboards. We morning was
for some time. connected with the McMillan Mill
when Merriwether, at 114 South
to-night is Peck's Bad
sell them fur cash or on Dr. Keaue Is a native of :New York This will be taken to that inland city Tarragona street, will sell yon what Company of Pine Barren and ia It is an unique production nothinglike Boy flm\
fll'J lti ytents..Afarston $ city and outside strange of to that.cay cltjr., has In never 1SDS via the new railroad from Carra you want at your own price. widely known and connected in{this it was ever attempted before. ',
' competed .
and Banta Rose
'tuna. county,
. he defeated George D. Phillips, who belle. Don't miss it; one night only. :
The finest line of umbrellas in the The casket for the body was sent j
M. had held the leadership! for several The Tarpon will sail at 8:30: to- city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look Prices: 15,25, 35 and 60 cents. No "
pryor will sell you furniture on the noon train by Northup and i.t
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c' and who worsted Keane In 1896 at them.If half rates.
'" years ;
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t* i-i-_ t'lan any other house in and lSO,. night, and upon her return trip will Wood undertakers. : 'I: ,

bring; about 500 barrels of turpen yon should visit the Union depot TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY 1

CO TO L O oe Bottle of Buraitt's Vinffla Extract is tine. or be in that vicinity, don't fail OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets'; J
W. PEAKE'S to drop in at Ooldring's No.3&aloon. e
TblittKnatnre IL
JffV. on every" If'
better than three of the doubtful will receive welcome box. Sc.Hot. IlJK ;, ,1 t
x, You a bearty oysters today. Try them. L ,
> South Palafox street, for your kind. Though costing a few cents Hot Rolls at 5 p' m., lOo and find the choicest brands of lie NIC APOSTLE. 1i ]

' ':,r-i'al work. He is prepared to more per bottle, its purity and great doz., at 8olomonrg.j quors kept in the city.adgia's Kidney French Waffles with. ; : "

a' y u a first-class job at moderate strength make it the most economical Palsy's Cure Florida Cane Syrup at ,I" t, 't'Solomon'
arl ts. Phone 203. brand. ;adng's, tie Best jor 5e. 3 the Best for &c. maknkbdoen lead b1&ddcr drht. .. ,t"4] 4

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two In One n lar.

Aristotle: was an extraordinary man.

Plato was an extraordinary man. That

u two.'men rack severally so eitrconli-

nary should have boon living; It the

PERSONAL *an;*' tirr-e in the saute place! was nvery

exirjioruinai-y tlii g. But would t

it diminish! the wonder to suppose the

two to bt ones So 1 say of Bacon nndSliakcsiirore. for infants and Children.

That a human being possessed -
of the faculties necessary to Castorla is a br-rnilcss substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric .

make a Shakespeare should exist is Drops: cud ootMu" Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither 01)ium.Iorphiuo nor other Narcotic
extraordinary.: That a human being: substance. it destroys Worms and allays Feveri>lmes.
To Sufferers; From possessed of the necessary faculties to It cures Diarrhoea aid Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth.
mate: Bacon should exist is extraor- ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the

dinary. That two such human beings Stomach and Bowels, giving; healthy and natural bleep
Kidney and Bladder DiseasesNo should have been living in London at The Children's I'anacea-The Mother's Friend.

the same time was more extraordinary
The Kind You Have
stIll But that one man should have Always Bough1Bears

matter how have suft"ered-FOLEY'S existed possessing the faculties and
long you KIDNEY opportunities necessary to make both the Signature of

CURE will help you. This we will GUARANTEE.It would have been the most extraordinary

has cured many cases of Bright's Disease and Diabetes that Great thing writers of alL especially: being contemporary -

had been thought incurable, however we do not claim that it will have many features in IMUI-

Won but if.they are really great writers ..
cure these diseases in advanced .
stages as no medicine can make they write naturally and nature isalways #

t new kidneys: _for you, but individual I doubt whetherthere In Use For Over 30 Years.

( are five lint's together to be found THf eunu" eo..."., TT XUUmf tTUffT, m.9011. CITY

in Ilacou which could be mistaken for -

Shakespeare or five lines in Shakespeare

which could be mistaken for I ,

FOLEY'SKIDNEY Bacon by one who was familiar with -- 1 B. WEIGHT COP j

a their! several styles and \.rcticed in l rH\ {,

such uh'l'n"utJous.-JIUlCS! Spedding's; \\ !


I'hplcIo/"lC'n1 rtl''''.. LUMBER LATHS

Every human being carries with him ,

from his! cradle to his certain llTIr ,
CURE physical marks which do not change .t ., SA\ \m.CYPB g SfilKfllMHU! d S-! "
. their character and by which, he can :
-. =-- }- 1.\,
, always be identified, and that without -

shade of doubt or question. These -

marks are his signature, his physiological ;

autograph, w to speak and this COAL AND WJOD.I

autograph cannot bo counterfeited nor
will positively cure every case of kidney and bladder trouble if takenin
can he disguise it or hide it away, nor WE EXPECT
time, and even in the worst can It become illegible by the wear and

Eia; Csuld Hot Straighten Up the mutations of time. THIS WINTER THAN EVEi' PEFCEE
cases of Bright's Disease and
Thomas Maple, Birbeck, I!.., writes: "I had a very bad This autograph consists of the delicate
Diabetes it always gives comfort case of kidney trouble and my back pained me so I could lines or corrugations with which SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCIJ'l

not straighten The doctor's nature marks the insides of the bands
and relief. up. treatment did me no good.
Saw FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE advertised and took one and the soles of the fret. If jou will Thompson, Olsen & C

kidbottle which cured me and I have not been affected since. look!: at the balls of your fingers: you ,

Remember when the recommend this remedy." that have very sharp eyesight, you will Manresa Street, Telephone 247.

til observe that these dainty curving lines ._ __
; neys are the work of Three ---
Physicians Treated Him Without Success lie close together, like those that Indi-

destruction never ceases, so w. L. Yancy, of Paducah, Ky., writes: "I had a severe I cate the borders of oceans in maps, and ESTABLISHED 1863.

1 t commence taking FOLEY'S case of kidney disease and three of the best physicians in that they form various clearly defined

southern Kentucky treated me without success. I then took patterns, such as arches, circles, long McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

i KIDNEY CURE at once and FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. The first bottle gave imme curves whorls and so forth and that
avoid a fatal malady diate relief and three bottles cured me permanently. I these patterns differ on the different 131- 0

gladly recommend this wonderful remedy." fingers.; -"I'udd'nhead Wilson."
Ship Chandlery and General jtoduiare
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE Suffered Twenty-Five Years Connplrarr. : ,

is made from a prescription of Seyr our Webb, of Moira, N. Y., writes: "I had been "S
troubled with my kidneys for twenty-five years and had I !! Daily Bread, arin't you. -
a specialist in kidney diseases tried several physicians but received no relief until I bought I "1Ps." REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. KOEKLING'3 KONM CO

and was used for in a bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. After using two i "Say, I a in going to spend the evening GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSSEL& SON'S PC)1FtI.
years bottles I was absolutely cured. I earnestly recommendFOLEY'S with the daughter of old I'rofespirNutt
; Sum Sordigi Mitt Blii Build! tairanc'ts
forte taisri
practice before it was KIDNEY CURE. and he doesn't' like me a bit. I I
COT IMKWfl. LOO'S. tWi :
want you to help me through. I
put on the market. TWO SIZES 50c and $1.00 ":'Ic? What can I do to help your !)F C. McKenzie. Oertin< Collecting! Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso'ciation.

'Call on him in his study Unit 8

J SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Fi I o'cljck: and ask him this question: '1'ro-I .

lessor, to what do you attribute the II THE GARDEN SECTIONPeusacoia
i W. A.D'ALEilllERTE. 121 S. Palafox S::. I decalof Darwinism;
"What p-xl will that dor
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n 1 fijI11l0 of 1'erity.A Tiii Pup C Trn. !iI I Strin-jc- ..". l'ur'IIrror- ,.. to."prove-Chicago that Tribune Darwinism isn't decaying. Florida
: Baptist minister: toils the following here Is the jToptr way to pop corn: i! The; celebrate I'.eau Brummel during ,
rut the jiiibr Iluaatity-that is. a !I the first years of his exile, white
: Near
1 I story: East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
8! .I ".\ friend of mine! who is quite a very small quantity-Into the pi.pper I yet his, fame ns a dandy was preeminent Foils a Deadly Attack."Mv .
.1 and Loll) it an!I'r the cold water faucet soul the ceiling < f his bednx.m wife
f scholar once accepted invitation to was ?o ill that good
t'ij preach at a country church ii taesouth. I Ions fni 'agh: to thoroughly saturatethe covered with mirrors so that even whae physicians were unable to help her," I Beautiful Lots for Sale.

: 1'1 I and as was his custom ho usttlrry Uernt'l Shake the popper and at ret he could study elegance and assume writes M. M. Au tiu, of Winchester

t i- learned lan u\c., Aft-r the service I It ilr i place !it un t.e back i>f the ranpe" t<) allow a 1'acc'ftll'o"I. Fur such a purpose Ind., "but wai completely cured by 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord

-\' 'J the iwstor of the church said\ that lie' the corn to dry. Then 1'01' Thekernels a glass ceiling; is, liow ever, not Dr.IOng'g New Life Pill'!." They ing to location and surroundings.
i ift
will be very largo, and there unique, and the notorious Duchess ofCleveland work wonders in stomach and liver
of the
felt sure the members eungregntiou : -

did not understand the sermon.XoiiMMi'e i!j i will be is thought ii-j hard to center be the bestThe The red popcorn ;.; bad such another constructed trouble headache. Cure 25c at constipation W. A. D'Alem-, sick I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

:' replied my frleniL 'ltIu I to gratify her vanity. berte's, drug store, 121 S. Palafox High Dry Fertile Lands.
sure there was nothing;: in ray sermon j Tor a far different reason a certain street. ,
i:, II Ujo.Otic .
f. vhlch they could, not cllIIprdIN\l1.' Yorkshire gentleman of the last century

I Well,* said! the pa-tUI'. 'I will call' of the remarkable! things about : had his ceiling; paneled with mir E. W. PEAKE The grandest opportunity for investment ever
the superttitien of tle v\il eye" is j
'- one of them in and see if he understands I I ro's.rdl'l>lly devoted to the sport of offered in Pensacola.
that it is often attributed to whole l
the meaning: of the word "ft lie1ty pro-I cockligining, he continued to the lastto No. 30 South Palafox street,,keers
others who dislike bite I
ples by or :
." ;o he called in a laboring man them. In ancient times the Thebans, enjoy his favorite pastime and evenwbcn call boll, wires and all kinds of Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
and said ' can you tell me what I on his deathbed his room was the
the lll.vri.iris and the Thraclan women electrical supplies. Have him do -
is the imarng IIf> the word "fl'dt.T'1'11. scene of many an exciting: fight:; which
were so regarded. In these latter days work. Call phone 203.iKNEUAL A. V.ClubbsJo7'ner
'\\" I don't know, sir,' said John lying! on his back be saw reflected in your
the Christians of.Ia :Minor ha\e the
but I Believe it is sonic part of the inside the glass erbead.
t same feeling about the Turks and the
t of a pig." I ( Garden and Bru Streets.
Turks about the CTrlsiians.Heully .'ltE CII SCHEDULEFollowing
.\ Tender lIulI'an.1.In .

i TbC' reel or llunflnc. n Profronur. connection; with a slight_ affection ii1 i the schedule of the' ".0. BBENT Wit H KNOWLKH. W. K. H\KR. JR., .. S, KEEBE,
,I.i You can never know the zest of hunting of :Mrs. tlJss S. Grant's eyes avery steamer General French ,
"I bog your pardon, doctor said the overnment President. Vice-President. Ca bler An't Cashier
li or fishing until jour dinner: d.i' toastmaster after the dinner was over pretty story Is told indicative of hich THE NEWS prints for the
f'\\ upon your sums.; yon have never attained General Grant's tender devotion to her. benefit of the merchants who ship
: "for introducing inadvertently as
the sublime in cooking until you you When he was president she became .lieir: goods to the carious army
I "professor. First N 1 Bank I
I somewhat sensitive about her )asta:
I : Lave spitted jour fi-h or moat on a "That's all right," replied the principal eyes- aIr1t1aionr
: freshly peeled ..tirl;:. rubbed the salt in she suffered from strabismus-and consulted .PBvea PPa.Be01a.-__.. ?. 7:00 a. ro, .
" speaker of the occasion. "The title -
LeateRBarranrne. ,1:5Mam.
: and broiled it over a a specialist to see what could be I
with your lingers; :
I fits me bettor than 'doctor' does. I !Leaves Pickens -_ !!:IIO a. m.
, \voeidland tire, )watching it jealously profess to be a doctor, but I get mighty; done for her The specialist told her !litav i Barr ncM.____,__.__ H.15 a, m.UUKVCII or P SACOr..A. F.iDJI1.J \.
f lest it K%t ablazo.! and nil the time I he thought be could Improve her eyes, feasacola 10:15 a. m.
little I raotUv. -Chicago Tribune. Arrives Karranc&s 11:10 a. m. and theD
. that moat is browning; you gt t hungrier but the operation would be painful.She nukes a trip to Fort McKee and then re.arna arro:R.Dr
and time it : consulted her husband to learn to liarrancas.
.11 and hungrier, every sputters Poxilltc-ly nrntnl. raves Karrancas: ,________ llh p, m. WM. H. KNO\YLE3. W. A. BLQCNT F. C. BBENT.: K. IIYr.hD. .t-
I In the plow you catch wafts of fragranoc "Ltt nse see," mused the young wifeas whether he would! advise the operation. Leaves I'lckt-ns-.. 1:25 p. m.
i t until you fool that you have she picked: the e.x'kbook1 "Don't have it done, dear" said the I LKUM KfE acola ____ 4:% p, m. G. nnEN1",
up raves f iokf us 5:15 p. m
I I!,f! the capacity of a dozen starving; men lave ialxe.l the batter for the angel general pressing! her checks with his i Arrives Harrancas? 5:30 p, m. and makes (
1' and wonder whether a s'.iulo: haunch of ca.e. Now what do I do next'r": two haiuX "Let those dear eyes stay I rip to McKee and return. rA uJ: n" ut"t"1.: 'f' f11rJ&& ;1'lJ i'i.1

:4"I venison can supply your wauls.An 1\q'flHe! !! for tie dexter" answeredthe just as they are. If they were changed; 'I' juatwi'l On: WednerdaysaudSaturdayo!! leave Barrancas! via Pick-the :I wrvl ti i: g yU M i i g f/l} glthr

l herte-s! who happened I might not recognize niy sweetheart"Dixtnncc ins for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. i

\ In..r..di"t. along in time to overhear her musings! The General French is for army 1
s1 Irish! harvester found himself in Trnteletl lir Odor. purposes only and any outsider must r; draw oar own Eilla ;f hzcfianxe: : on Great PrK-.Jn, Jrelti *

Ii( a small SouttMi: town.t the gas- In She r.puientherpd Him. As an Illustration of the distance I nave a pass from the quartermaster I' Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland, Spain: Bsl: ictn Enitla. > i

1 r works he saw a gasometer! fur the first SkiinruThura (as the participants odors are carried it is noteworthy that I o tike: faF8I'POher.. way Sweden, Deznark: and otnar European conntriee.

time In his: lift' end stopped a countryman In the debate became pl
who was passing: ;: to ask "What's thundering fool when I asked you to sulphur springs of Colorado can be distinguished -!j SHERIFF'S SALE. mea8018 Dtaborped apoa :h" 7tTo3? Fr-rorable Terns, and tbp'1
Taken ai Fort of tie tJJla ljn Tex
Obligations Payable rr Fifteen Dar J
,\ that big round thing: there standing; on marry user! : : at a distance of fully twenty j|! By virtue o! an execution Issued out oftbe'Clrcult .
attar Vessel Arrives thsre.fety
_,!' cndr Mr*. kil1'I:1t'rlwrn-\\'dl, you looked miles. The delicious perfume of the\ court of Efcambla county t lor-
Ida, wherein tbe 1 ewes Hear Company a
. The Scotchman scratched his head ,I it, dear.-Lxehange.Caller forests cf Ceylon is carried by the corporation Is pUtntiff. and A, Wa , and replied "A ken""Get wind twenty-five miles out to sea, while Wade A "00. U dftenonl. 1 have levied
f upon a the property of the raid A. Wade, with which arc hnT6 A Priva paytjnrnt for the Ut.
out with you." slid the Irishman Iml"'a.I'I.. in fogy weather travelers lUll miles .nd all sell at public outcry for cash In
of Renter.
_) ; "you ne\er saw a dinner can as What will jou do, doctor from tbe land have recognized their ; front of the counlycoorc nousn In tbe city
i or Pen'acola. Floridaon the first Monday,
; i big as that In jour life" when ail your )patients :pet well? proximity to the coast of Colombia by the :2nd day of February A. I). J'.tcl. at the : -

!ri1 l'hysielan-.111 my patients will never -'' the sweet smell brought; them on a !! usual hour of sale, the following dei rlbe' DR.: KING'S PEOPESSIOSAL CA2D8.
'I'I to wit Lot Old
: twenty ((2O: ) City
! What Caused the Indlcrettion.Mollle get well mltluu-laltiJ:1ore breeze from the shore. f Pentacola. Florida ---, -
fronting eighty
, I II
uY : Brown has a model husband." ican. I; (' .\damsltret't,
according to map ot ,
f what ?
"In way 1 t I I mid copyrighted by Tboi. (J. Watson In
J: WLcneur he doesn't cat anything E, W. PEAKE, I'-"'. Tpgetberwltb; all and angular, tbe THAT COLD. Office: 17X S. I'alafox.RonrsfrometoaXOa.m.andI .
- she asks him if the cooking isn't as Forty Years Tnr i Electrical contractor and builder, I thereunto belonging. Also be folio
4 his mother's." To be relieved *tog described personal to-wlt
good as from torturing disease property : Cures
will do your electrical work in flrst- One (II Iron cafe three(s) box clock iprlngs. Consumption.Coughs, IiDd after 1 o'clock
does he ?
"And what say after forty years': torture : class nne (1) cofre urn, one (1) box engravma
and Colds
might style at rpl\"onablc rat"t1. Bronchiti Asthma
"1I!! says he has no doubt it Is, but I plates,one ((1)watch )cate.-atchcr'lall Bono OB
that his indigestion has quite unfitted well cane the gratitude of any one.I I He cat be found lit 30l South Palafox and tools two (J) counters and PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-
street. Phone 203. I dmwerf, one (1) roll top desk one ll) wire
him to be a competent judge.;'-Cle\e- That h; what D"Witt's Witch Hazel I (1) counter dek. two(!).flC-1 risy LaGrippe Hoarseness JOHN S. BEARD
Dealer. I II tans pigeon heels! two (2) long ,
land ruin Pave! did for C. Haney Geneva, 0. MEN AND WOMEN.1! three (if( idee chairs, one (1) cabinet rolr.ror Sore Throat Croup and
I A ,one (111ng counter la .vctl'>n< with I ATTOR \ T-lA W.I .
< He : "DeWitt' Witch HSZP) ICuEa r..Big a for nnnatanl top glass attachments, one (II cabinet. i>fwatcb
says Whoopisg Cough.
Ills Clerical ttr.W. : 1.Idq. di.rhsrfeineamm.twns. material one (1) stone base one 0) I I Office?-009 Tbiessn Building.
I :lIve cured rre of piles alter I had G"wteet irnutiuns or nlceritiom nmrnver's niacbite. Doe (I) watchmakers'catiottandcontrnteU
"I'OthIy! : papa Wl'I'S"l'nin' cloth I .0<10 Ilri"", ... of macoBi luembrkDe.. Ole (1) glass oaten NO CURE. HO PAY. [ Office Hours-8CO a. it. to I p. m.
;utrtrflJ forty year Cure cu', f..Ioa. Panhks, and not stiia- Price 50c. and $t. t
c every time he ;goes to parties. .. T1EEv SCE'r.ALCJ.; i r ck. on (1) watch maker's itool. one (1) TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
gent or potwnanet114NUTlt
"That ain't anything. Our mlni t. burrs, wounds ?eta disetj"1?. 11. Sold by Dragtsts. i I iditi'tnal marble ilat tills for if counter.tale and Also furniture, a lot of con-con- 1 will watched one j 2:3Op.m.to6:3Op.m. ,
: : (.f counterfeits t.sA.: or Mat In plain repair your I Practice In all state and federal coart
tamepreaebcs.Cleveland ware Phartnscy tiacts.
wears his nitJtllothl''f.Y, I HargiV eipre-i, prepaid, fur GEO.E. SMITH.Bberiff.. jewelry in flrst-claea style. J. 1 Allbuslnm! trusted to me will rt > ,vi
riala Dealer. j Jcbii Sbeppard. SiJney KaLn. '100. or I bottle(2.1). f J"-nt. Stephens. prcnut and diligent attt'IlUuo.A .
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t. ',-ll J.anal-h, It. d..hverud 1S......i/EivDRAi'A\ till worn out. :'.,. : tat'. ": "-4: ;.., ./ ; \f\O. cts .
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indulge in that dearest: thing to wonhli \.v,:. t /{!:..l ," ( .: ': 2'J.::" f sy ip of Figs appeals to the cultured ml idle -/I 1'1

-- .- ---- --- ---- dross.s soul There fre'j !scope in the matter of ./ 41 ll.. are so many pitfalls to be .t}
LETTERS. THE / "" "l./\/C/' ;u'J' :> .. i'f ponent parts are simple' \\hoiesomeanJ because '
,:::.D Tnil BRAVE WOLVERENE. avoided that when she take her "footout : : .
z, ; \ ;' .? ;;'t *w: it acts without disturbing the natural f t ,
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of aud" .
the! she is very apt to .... : :
,....'t set '. t',1 Jan Tr> Ins Sot n Little" Wolf bet a DSgnGed #I ,,- I .. ; { tJons it is ;
"prlt ,:' ; "stick\ It ii the mud." In lodri.g; the .../ .... : < %;t t;. i : :.;': as \holly free from every obixticn.big
t.. II,. I. ri: I :Scylla of a big hat she knocks\ agJnst ,I"' .of.. .. ;...:.; .'?;.::... :'.;.;.:..:." quality or substance. In the }proc S cfmanufacturing l 1:
., tf flay Center Not "litile wolf, the I lgzorant : : \ .
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/ / I\; / \'f: : .\.. firs are used thi 1 $.,
the Clnrjbdls: of a tiny tuibnn. loih .. I ,. $ as IJ.rI':i .
j.i .:1 evening (I:.rtr. I think Is the significance! of wolverene1. / .: :r .R.I1 R r/ \.t
lurk equally rdieulouShe! ; must be : .. .. :: 1 .;: !: ...:. y* pleasant to the taste, but the meoicSr.! :i

., ., ,, _:.un,. uis MntaUe:wife declared for thaI embodiment hut something of the cf terrible greater disnlty i of-the au severely commonplace.' The "tlut0- (:;.. .f. ,';'!it..: '",;JWl... .:.....:..!...1"I;;;\i ;I..If.;;: ....".--,:::1,7irtues of Syrup cf Figs are obtained: Jtt. ,. I
spirit : ,' -
i : ... ,! him: to send "reti wild lire of the prehistoric forests. man sad to i'ay.l'llI'rull) has a reckless :..... ...:;.:.. I ;:.,'':.:.' .i-;:'">':!Io"i'" ji. ,..[?- ;-!.;,:. ./.i" ...;' .j from an excellent combination of plants I :: I. 'It., .j,.
passion: fur plaids. and contrasts of :"':;:' ]:" 'TiY"a' ,"'''irJ.:1iP: :,;. f : '; know to be laxative
!' .... vs. The man went Wonderful in its strength and courage, ::: .,';fr'':.'' ''Jt'. : ; 'If ,\ /.if.; / medicinally and to I I
all kinds. Hut she must: conquer her ';, i.\\ '*:W"J .. f .: & act most bent.fiddly.I) ,
': awl this face-
t ]itniicd a tree climber on occasion, not Immense .
., '<':Motion: tif size, but with limbs and claws great late of color and striking effects. !She: ; AF'z \< l l \; !..{ i// jf.'fC' To get its beneficial effects-buy th.SM .> :j't'S, t. l I!
rnj.s ;
must clothe herself in sober and <
i t1:. it Kind Imitation of its with h & ; 'f} -manufactured theLouisville
I' : jour out proportion to size a ,. .., < ,. ". n"V Scnume by
dark "ha ,'s. Abme all she( must abjure "f1/ .. ;fi:' ;
1.111'.1 1 fur all the oonvention- \;.:< :'\, \ .. \
muzzle almost ho:?:;like! but with great t. : \ : '
fancy neck dressing and leave her :
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waist line to the imagination of the ., ....'I... >. ".,,:.... ......:.. .....i I
: .;,,n:.:ly has nothing to wear. element of the grotesque In its makeup, beholder. J'1:1.i '.1../: !:. ." ..'..1{.::".. :, i'_
\i! ,, '. !1.11<'<-t dress is over three with -its sweeping;, bushy tall and the ;: 'f) '; .
If it is any consolation to the afflicted 1'.. :..{..;.:..;.; .. & AUfO -
if J. .uul her hat is twelve hours broad bands of yellow\ white upon Its one she may know that she probably : /t:3.'J.:
,' f a.:tc. Vvj will appreciate the back and shoulders. Woe to the smaller ; ,. i'
will keep her youthful face ('ursaftl'r t : : t;
."," .-11" *'' of the occasion and ex- beast or the deer upon which It 4'..;..: ..:. i .:,; ; / 11',
r.t. :
wrinkles and crow's feet : ; : ',f';.{
,.' nlf dropped from some great low hanging Laid their heavy hand on her leaner : f':::>!,1"'* ":"::::-: :;,/'.';.: .. I II gl.

,' di"iiK.t this pretty Rood, and he branch or before which It suddenly appeared Z'4 San Francisco. I "
sister. ?
'1 1. 'rI! aiit-d to \\rite a note to his wife in the dense windfalls\ ,..;:...;. Kyi YorkN.Y. _
..-<. xi'l.iinln that he would not be at Of all the continent, the Michigan Wall Papers. ...: r for sa4a. by toll dru ji.slsr Price fifi/. cents pir- bottle. t r I If

:." fur an early dinner as she had peninsula was the chosen habitat of The practice of covering one wall paper Ie

I-J.M! liii'i. lie said in this note: the wohcrcne and he struggled I long with another, sometimes to the f ;' J

"1 !'aloe tumid down jour lnitatloi.MM before backwood-rncn drove him from number of four or five, which is often I .. ., j

,,- 1 am gnin;: ,.ut t'l another even.iriy his heritage. So enduring was ho. so done for purposes of economy, besides r.L'" f' '. J

;,.. where the f1"'sta are not es1 desperately courageous: that his name being the opposite of neatness. Is The Spanish Schoolteacher. \ NOTICE t i

to weir anything of Importance. bicunie a synonym for pluck' and fraught with great: danger to health, The teacher of any land may: be over CARPENTRY AND I'J. ,

I won't be tin re to kiss you good prowess, and proudly the people of e chilly in rented houses. Apparently worked. lIe may suffer from the parsimonious I have been authorized to take t '
Michigan accept the nieknnuie! which sporadic cast's of scarlet fever diphtheria policy of the potters and be subscriptions JenringaBryan's ,,..
'..'n the f tad l man cnre'essly! ) sentntu' paper, "The Commoner.
has: been given to him.-Outing. and other contagious diseases undoipaid even in our own enlightened .
The price is $1.00 in ad .
per year
to the Lohtess and the might undoubtedly often be traced country but in few countries, certainly Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660, vance. Those desiring the ,

:.,.,>' to Ills wife.-Clay Center What I* a Alell l> IlooKrr"What luck to the illness and perhaps: deathof I not in the United States could such if vou rave any carpenter or electrical can have it sent to them by seeding paper .' t

in tlll'llricallltrllI1ce is a well some former tenant of the house a story as the one which follows be work you want well done. |1.00 to the undersigned. Iff '
..lulu)'. \tt f u 11'rcdicn Illt"nt. dressed house said a dramatic writer !I from the same cause. The insidious truthfully told: H. M. RocnE I

1 \, ;-li Ill)" folks would and after a silent pause he continued: perms were not all destroyed by the la the streets of a Spanish city says Care Daily News. I
"I went the other night! to a show, and the author of "The Land of "
i n. .' IlIill! old nut keep me fumigations ordered by the health otii- the Dons, STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, !

\ ,..'. I.i .i \\-uiiUit ?';. as I passed in the doorkeeper slid tome ccr, and beneath the fresh paper in the a police officer stumbled on the corpseof Tuos. CONDos 1
.. \\ hitli j beau doing 'We have a well dressed house tonight cracks and folds of the one covered a ragged and emaciated pauper. In ,

sir.' I supi'osel 1 he meant: that lurked the poison still potent for harmto : making out his report he asked what will make regular trips between I 5

the audience was spoiling its best the npoccupants.. Our boards of he should! cuter as the dead man's profession. Pensacola, Point Washington and j ,
; : .' \)"II'r'IIU't: l 11'\ in- stand HARPERWHISKY
clothes, but I fourd on looking about Freeport. Leave Baylen street t
i : .' ''i"> .ld.i i old i- :ul I tin. time : health should Insist upon every papered wharf Thursday at 6 and
. that this was not true, and so betweenthe wall being thoroughly scrapedand "1,hat did he die i of?" asked the tan; a. m. arrive -
I I. :
:r : ? it HIM 1 weir i'i.h'"s. oat at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. .
nets I asked him what he had
Mj f.J-to-J:..'I..IJ IT.::IIMI.J: t. washed with antiseptics before istrate. Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. 1) JI
meant. ,lie answered 'I meant that "Marvation," replied the : )
: the new paper is applied.-St. Louis policeman. and arrive at Pensacola G p. m. same

l.rllmm"lh'.I. the house had been seated by the Lox Uepublic.Keeping. 'Tut him down as a schoolmaster" day. Fare, round trip, $5; one way, I S"1a

:-Mr itiow!! --lr-la's: ; (
:'11.1.[ ... Inn i ill 1 MI nkiI .': well and so that the fact that it lp Appearance. ;, I Ii
\I I I'al was not small was not perceptible. To You will see plenty of women whoa 1f III
-s Mniijic-I Mile I don't know PEARL & DOLIVE.
"'.! I if .tII'VI- tlt-Mf tllltl II..fllrl'I please dress: a house is to distribute an audience : will look smart fur a few weeks each Many children are poisoned and I

J t 11.1.I: ht rinLuVphia! 1'riss. all our it so it looks full when it season and thin eli-generate into dowdi- made nervous and weak, if not killed -

i is, as a matter of fact far from being nl'S". It is because they do not take:: cutright, by mothers giving them Call on them at the corner of Gar ,:

llollllilfx.. -U. There are here enough;; people' to goal care of their clothiiu and its cough syrups containing opIates den and Alcaniz street for carpenter .Z Ean

I 1'" ,MT.'s Lil': ( Ju-j-lour papa' owes fill about the first seven rows of the freshness lasts only a short! time. Boom Foley's Honey and Tar is a safe and and lectrical workor phone CGO. '

orchestra, but the IWIlc-1s well dressed times they are women who have both 'ItC
'I."i : i ,\ certain remedy for coughs, croupand -- ----------- ij

I !. ':. Cirl-Tlnfs: : nothin and on looking! nt it you have the time and money, but are lacking In lung trouble, and is the only r 1

'. '! :i> glad' tll't oT with impression! that it is fairly well filled.Kury good habits and for them' no. excuse prominent cough medicine that contains D-GOLAY= : j e

N ''t. '!: ,"Amiriean.. ticket f1.Jt'rhoultl! see to it that can be found. A tired IMHI.V and very no opiates or other poisons. \ '. :,

his house is dieted properly. That is little spar: time will receive pardon A. D'Alemberte, 121 t;. Pdlafox Grist and Corn Meal dills, I

A NIGHT ALARM. why rOil so often fail to get seated as for many omissions of duty, but truth street. hYSiCians prescribe it "

I far up front as you would like.' "-1'hiludi'li'hia to till, not among such surroundings C7A1g'Y'ORIA.: 0. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, '
tv r-" tf. alarm
:tii an of fire at for'their
night Record.R'hy.: do we find untidiness :.s general: Bear the The Kind You Hava ASays! EuuuKtt; Mannfactcren most delicate J{ .
hay eolith of croup, which thing. Business women arc compilliil: .

i t I-li:k-, the children'-) death knell ..I1!...Hi:rare End aret. to keep up appearances: sometimes by Blgaatan ofTb f 4rf # I CHOICE MKAL AND PUKE GIIODNI patients. $1"

1 1 r: n: :UK death unless ,omethin What iiiterestb us in hakl''pcnre's the rules of the house which commands -- ----. -, ------- -- STOCK FEED OLD and PURE. L

'I''I. ': uiikly. Foley's Honey and not the plays themselves\ but their services and always by Pktronlie Home Industry, for there II For Bale! by I 1 1Dannheisser
every reason you should buy yonr Meal >n( .
.IT \r fuU to give instant:: relief I the (strictly hrelet;:t ntI) truth and beau the knowledge that n pleasing appearance T I to Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer i
& Cs
i ktveurp4 i .. the worst forms of ty that he poured into them We love is of financial advantage; to them for by 10 doing yon encourage home Indoi- Bros.
try. Your money li left In the ,1
I ,' Mr1'. L. Cordier. of ManRy. : them for their matchless poetry and In any employmentThe end benefited d0
you in tarn are Indirectly ;
I ., writes : "My: three ..j i.jf 4 ,.
.' their matchless insight Into the human In fostering the home manufacturer :roc: "
I: ,' -Mil had contribute to the of labor. You .
oaaie -
a of owe --
severe S
cae soul "Ha mh! 't" is for us nothing but Tea Table. INSURANCEAND ---------- if 1,4 j jI
: t !aid the could not It to the community In which you lire ant
,I\- I : >t a I lottl* of Foll'v'sHoney I the study of a contemplative nun distracted The tea table according to IIarpcr'sBazar blob contribute to roar inpport.

I j II 1 ,r : : 'ir> !lir-t do;;ef'ive quick re- by the necessityto !be up and is no longer considered a proper' WiWt! >. Il!

..*ai I 'j\"fo,1 her life." Refusesnbi' doing; "Macbeth": the study of a noble piece of furniture for...the living roomor REAL ESTATE I

.' i \\'. .\. D'Alemberte, 1214.: mind degraded by ambition, "The :Merchant the parlor. The new fashion is to The Beer '

1'.11 I' 'x street.LODGE of Venice" the study of racia! have the tea tray brought Into the No.I South Pilafox Street. P ;,"

strength against contempt! and persecution. room and placed on a small table ready NICK'S : if.i

Nothing to us now the nctU'il: for the purpose. The table which That Made*

l G DIKECTOIIYKNIGHTS framework: of these studies: GUTthingthe should be low and convenient for the Partial List of :Desirable Dwellings 4t f.d

studies themselves and the language hostess In her easy chair or rocker is for Rent in Various Partsof
In which they arc set forth. Our one which is crdiuarily used to hold abook the City r
Lu : DUN!!I SS B r rAMaVS U
or two or a bowl or nowers
OF PYTHIAS. pleasure:: in the production, of a Shakespearean easilyremoved. J35.00-?!';-etory house, containing 12 rooms,
play is according: solely to the On the tray: Is everything all modern conveniences batb on & !; J .,

1'f'"la hctdae. No. S, K of i>., Illuminative rightness of the conception neceiisary-the kettle ready for lightIng nice upper!yard and and lower shrubbery floors,, corner table, out lot, -IS- ESQ.f'

meet every Monday evening of the chief character or characters and tea caddy teapot:: cups, etc. After houses, etc blo 714 East!: LaKua ; I

al7.;<0 at Castle hall, to the sonorous beauty with which the i lighting the lamp the weltress bringsin street.Cbol3story. VICTORIA t
I la 'he Hloon& -- Watson boarding house, containing U\: ,
the cakes and sandwIches.
6 KalMlng. third floor. verse is declaimed by all-Saturday 23 room., known as the Ponce de

+v'' r Visiting brethren cordially IJeiew. Cia Leon 8&rel' No. Ill East Intenden- MADE BY ACME BREWING CO
..'.1 J. A. LYLE, All Kinds. Skin Medicine t.nO-A desirable ?-atorymodern dwelling BEST 10-CENT BOTTLE BEEn DAILY MENUS .
H. skin 7 rooms, moil desirable section of the
HORBLIB C. C. The simplest medicine for the ,
Customer (to grocer-IIow) much Is city on a corner on the street car IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. .
K.H.A the one that will cool it when It Is sun- line,blo. 82::1 North Barcelona street. Comprise all the UptoDate tar :I 'S..

your butter a pound? burned and will do to remove summer 80.00-Large 2-story dwelling. 10 rooms, BROS Dishes the Markets -1 !
Grocer-Do mean sweet butter fronting Seville Square No. 310 East
Minion you ,
Ix>il::e No. 13 freckles is made by taking a quart of Government street. of the World "
n. Ttl"'dav.pnlng Hairy cream butter, best butter, fine $31J. omlortabI9 new 2-story modern AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED
7::.1at f. !
rose or elderflower water and adding to ni
I' Afford
'" rn. r' PuUfox' Gardenisltin butter or butttr-Stray Stories. dwelling t rooms,very desirable section ;
t KnlRb(>rordmIly lo\ued. it one ounce of simple tincture of ben. of the city situated on North I. f Harper f Ittey.Main .
ALlttKTjOHJISOV, this well Baylen between Strong and DeSoto
t\ win drop by drop. Keep streets. t rLadies' i
C t' The whoJocsn't to much
Y man amount
usually has his sign out Atchison throw a teaspoonful into a basin of wa 8! rooms, three doors from the belt Private] t i
Globe. line, has gas and water throughout
House-401 S. Palafox
i. o. o. F. ter. ISO 2W worth Barcelona street. street .
i5.tq-1 1-story dwelling 7 rooms, city water, R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot Dining Parlor. !
Blue Island, Ill., Jan. 14, 1901. Fancy Skewer. i bath, gas, with large corner lot, No. ,*] ,

1'en-acola Lodge No. 4 Messrs.! Ely Bros :-I have used skewers 402 West Wright street. P. 0. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. 1 roll
Fancy are of the devicesfor
one 115.70: -1-story dwelling 1\ rooms, newly papered -
Cream Balm -
": "v''fv Thursday your in my family for and painted throughout, on Phones 1182e8. tat
evening at 7:91 at garnishing cold meats. Choose a !
:allI', West-Inteadencla street. nine years and it has become my belt line. No.ifttt\ East Gregory street. Ij
.1.: : "r..tbr..n' cordially tovltad. family doctor for colds in the bead. Skewer with a fancy head and threadon 115.00-1-story dwelling city water and bath, Regular Dinner Daily.

> "v,7 Wll..Ultecrl'tary.: J.K.LO.VG.N.G. I tue it freely on my children. It is It alternately a button mushroom an 7 beautiful rooms, bait shade block trees of No.ground 7itt! East with CHOICESTFRUITS

a Godsend to children. olive or cranberry a section of a lemon Cervantes street.i,50lttory !

Yours respectfully, another cranberry an olive and a dwelling, JJo 415 East Gregory I
AMERICAN street.S rims, newly papered and -OF- Short Order. Promptly 1
GUILD. J. KlMB'ALL.Messrs. mushroom. The decoration can be va- painted,

Ely Bros-I suffered ried in many ways. Whole hard boiled 111.00-No. 14 East Belmont street, 6-robm Filled. Night or Day

l''n aclIl& Chapter No. GOT. greatly with catarrh and tried different eggs are sometimes used effectively. cottage In perfect city order.water newly painted AID COMFECTIONERIate ( 1 -

t t 11"\\ [R. LISDKNSTRtTII, remedies without effect. After 11050No. 1014 North Alcaniz strbet. a new
secretary, Governor using one bottle of your Cream house In good order with S room. It It'i Something Good to Eat nf v
Balm I found relief and Colonial Room. 11000No. <01 East!: Belmont street, city you wish, yoa'll floe It at '+
I cannot water a neat 6 room cottage newly 4
In the furnishing of a colonial room 211'
praise too hfrhly such a remedy. and renovated throughout. C. APOSTLE'S
K. OF L. Miss CORA WILLIRD, which is a model of its kind furniture 10,00-No.910 East LaRua street, a neatly Nick Apostle's
papered 4-rootn cottage good condition
Albany, N. Y. covering of antique figured horsehair in large let. city water.A U East Girermt St. I I lr
1It.' No. groan and antique canvas in a golden large list of smaller dwellings, M wellas Popular Restaurant z; i'r'
1503. ,
CASTOR number stores and offices boa BENT
:: : brown shade with window drapery of a
: Beets first Monday In each month. lairs tt, old fashioned net in ivory coloring. THOS. C. WATSON & CO., Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand

1 \.Ut) R .>Irco,,NELL W.IMI.TIIARP., M. W. rLi- makes a .< "".*-..-' ..'. ...."1.. Leading Real Estate. Rental and Insurance One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 I mHNMJ.l

secretary:: Agents, 1 South alafox: Street. to $2.00 per dozen. ,
Only lOc per weef for the NEWS .---.


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K; WILL BUILD I IMPROVED LICHTS- Strongest in the World.

.., Hair ,falling? Then you are starving it.

..,,". _ ANEW CITY TWO STREETS You can stop hair=starvation with a -

: tatmd at the Post Office at Fentacola, The Equitable
'"- gl_ ...Moond-ciMf...". WHARF SOONThe hair-food. Ayer's Hair Vigor. XO.l7.rCo.UW.11.IUM.. '

; ;iicI: :-PJU' Building, 2114 Booth Improved arc lights of the latest
t, 9..*.ul&reet. op-tuir hife Assurance
pattern will be used lighting Bay- -- Society

1 THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. board of public works had a len and Tarragona streets from tbe ASSORTED LAUGHTER.The KEEPS HIS FAMILY WELL. Of the United States.

special meeting yesterday afternoonand docks to the residential pcrtlon of If of if
are feeling out sorts,
Terms: Invariably in Advance. Kind That Good and th ; Pi.unilrr
authorized the mayor to contract the city those Railroad circulation or digestionis
H Year t y Mm_____tsoo on street to Brand That Are Una. your your
*c Months .. ___.__ __ :.260UnHititg for the building of the city reach from MaIn to LaRna, andthose Is laughter a good thing-the laughter bad, you ought to think firit about -
OM W ak, Carrier 10
by Paable Monday
wharf at the terminus of Pine street on Baylen to extend from the which is directed to something your liver. Probably that is all thatis Preliminary Statement, Jan. i, IJM,
Rattt Furnithtd on Application which fails to comply with a social requirement wrong with you. HEPATICURA
: and extending to Palafox. wharf to Jackson, brilliantly Uluminatlng ," which Is compelled by the provides for the best health possibleand Outstanding Assurance, fl.iJ'JO.Oijo &,)

: TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEI8AOOLA This matter was urged at a council two of the darkest streets Inthe sight of incongruity or by sudden surprise will answer all your needs. If Income.. .... .... .... ... foOOOMo
? All laughter at all events, is not
meeting some weeks ago, and was city. you want real good health keep the New Assurance .
gooii The giggle i : and the titter are liver right and there is nothing :275UM);>o

( .BEL> incorporated in a report from City This improvment is in line with laughter debased. People who trifle better to keep the liver right than Assets...... ...... .... .. 3&' ), ),
Health Officer Hays who is also agreements entered into withthe with laughter wrote Carlyle "only HEPATICURA.Mr. \ ( )))

sniff and titter and sniggle from the Daniel James of Pensacola, Assurance Fund and
chairman of the harbor and
-- sanitary city and tbe gas and electric throat outward. or at best produce Fla.. says: I want to tell you how all other liabilities...

JAN 27, 1903 committee. A wharf of this nature I light companies, the gas contract some whiffling husky cnchinnatlon. as much I appreciate your liver medi- ::S5o. ,(:Q

:, has long been an absolute necessity, received the if they were laughing through wool. cine, HEPATICURA. My wife had Surplus... ...... ... ... ';';j.l-' ll\J:
having already stamp been sick ior
But a long time. I did not
t and its need was amply shown wben though snigger is detestable, know exactly what was the matter The largest increase ever made, m any
foot-pads held up Mr. NUDoelee o approval from the city council. you can still have too much of hearty JHr
In the of
i the
with her. I it must have bociay
in Selma a short time ago and the big battleships were here two Tbe electric light contract has not l laughter of the roar of Teufelsdroeckli. been some liver suppose trouble. I had to

..demanded bis Their foolish It this It is only the unrestrained the irresponsible JAMESV.. ALEXANDER, Presides
money. years ago. was on account been adopted by the council for the or have a physician very often, but :.

act is accounted for by their being that the question was resurrected man who laughs tempestuously she did not pet well until she took JAMES H. HYDE, VicePresideOOWLES
trangers in Selma and did not know reason that it has not been submittedfor often; and. indeed as a man HEPATICURA. A few bottle I .

that tbe gentleman was the editor of and urged by Chairman Hays. approval. President Northup I prows: older and pets wider view of cured her. She is well now and

The old and dangerous building tLo world ho liiuslm.: no doult legs never complains. I give it to the
The Times. I has been out of the city .for several l Professor children and take it myself, and it I
loudly. Sully thinks that asa
occupying the centre of Pine streetat keeps us all well. !Sold all BROS.
drug. ,
HEBE is: some more advice to the weeks and the mayor was unable to nation: we have lu:t some of the mirth gists.

law maker! The Nassau: : County present will be ordered torn confer with him concerning the cf our forefathers. It l>y that he means General .-\/tf'I1II1.

Star says: "The primary election down, and the unsightly miss of matter. It is the intention of Mayor the years noisier a?o. it self Is abandoned not juTliajw mirth to of be 200 re- VALUABLE CITY LOTS.Of 309 H.: Palafox St.. PENS.coLHGWHY \,

liw should be amended so that each j junk removed. This in itself wouldbe ,
Jones, however, to close the contractas gretteJ. It is true that hearty lau;;ttrr -

commissioner's district would nominate a distinct improvement to the and the is often .in index to an honot /feoul.Carlylo I NOT THE
early as: possible propergreement BEST ? -
its own representative. As: it was probably right when he
lower portion Palaf ox street. the large number of lots recently :
now stands: a candidate may be very a will be adopted by the said that "no man who has once heartily -
Should work bA commenced at purchashed by Mr. O. M. Pryor
unwelcome to his own district and once council at the next: meeting. It is and wholly laughed can be altogether -

yet be forced upon that district by it is probable that progress couldbe probable that a special session will bad.: Hut turn is a better lauglithan.TeufeKJmtkh's : and placed, many on sale have to been desirable sold purchasers but THETRANSFER MERGTS>>

the votes of the other district." carried far enough to permit of its and that is the
be called for tomorrow night. deep found chuckle of kindliness and some of the choicest are still held by
use during carnival time but this is
THE Jacksonville Metropolis: has ; The gas contract as ratified by the experience together.; Perhaps we lauzh him.He I GO.
not to be depended since the if will sell 1 I
I upon more wkriy c\en more rarely than to actual settlers on
tbe following to say: "There is council been forwarded to theampany's
made our forefathers.-London SjK-ctator. most favorable he Having been awarded the COlllra
wharf will be a substantial terms as is determined -
in tha household
republican: c head office at Philadel for carrying the U. S. Mail baw.
to build this a
in Pensacola, caused by the PresI- structure.A up property. tbeL. & X Depot and l'ot Wand
phia. This, besides: calling for 200 A Cure For Lumbago.V. .
dent pulling down one office bolder I t alo the exclusive bijrsnirHpnvi.lege : ; : .
and raising up another. Robinson, GOOD nE :O DIEXf). TION. Well bach lights, incorporates a \ C. Williams, of Amherst, Va., DO YOU KNOW jBEEKMAX j I on all trains entering tt.e ear

who made a very acceptable post. "I have noticed that the sale of plan for wiping out the city's indebt- i ;says; : "For more than a year I suffered LUMBER CO. have and we are prepared to traii-f.-r bu-ij.::.
to and (
pas-eiiKTs rita all
Chamberlain's Stomach from lumbago. I triedChamberliin's i
and Liver
master was fired without cause or Tablets is almost invariably to those ness to the [gas company. Pain Balm finally and it a large stock of dressed studding !i tels, residences and train-, day r

notice to make a place for Northup, who have once used them,"says :\Ir.J. Anticipating that its contract will me entire relief and joist?. Get their prices befort night.
who just had to be cared for after a H. Weber, a prominent druggist gave which all buying. d6-lm '
failure to get the United States mar- of Cascade, Iowa. What better recommendation be ratified by the council, the electric other remedies i had failed to do." I PrcIDDt & Reliable Service! Grtc

could any medicine light company is having 'necessary Sold by all druggists and medicine : We also conduct a Freight Delivery .
j I ebalbip.r _ have than for people to call for it dealers. MONEY TO LOANAt Business-haul pianos safe
wires and frames
poles erected
b.*:. MADDEN, the motorman on that when in need of such a remedy? Try the Loan Office ofV.. R. Meri- machinery and furniture at Reasonable .
I them when you fuel dull after eating along the two thoroughfares, and The Hindi Ilottlr. wether, 112 South: Tarragona street. Prices.
Pittsfleld-Wa hington electric car, when you have a bad taste in Sir 'Wilfrid You Telephone your order to F. It,
immediately the closing of the Lawson, the great temperance can get any sum of money you
was fined $500 and sentenced to mouth, feel bilious have Pou's
your no appetite advocate once met a laborer may need at the lowest rate of in- Livery Stable Phone 31.j or
six months' imprisonment for criminal or when troubled with constipation deal will be in position to begin the terest. You can be assured of fair |! Mrs. H. H. Hallmark' Evidence
walking along; the road with the old I
and certain Phone
are to be delighted 354.MERCHANTS.
you treatment and
negligence in losing control of with the prompt relief which service. familiar black bottle protruding' from business strictly confidential i

hIs car and running into the cart affor:!. For sale by all druggists The mayor's action and efforts towards Ui.s pocket."Ilmpty. relations. j'tf ,! TRANSFER CO..

riage in which President Roosevelt and medici'uce dealers.WRIGHTON that cursed stuff away"
_. having the lights placed is MRS. H. H. HALL\IAHKl'r,1':
was riding;;, but his conductor, who said Sir Wil.'Mdelicmciitly, point-! !; RARE BARGAINS.Sennty.fivE' .

was supposed to be in control of the worthy the highest commendation to the )" ,ttlt'. 'I'rink something better HARItH.U.DIAHI Transfer Atli. ,; .
I IS i 4 X.K. K.Co.,P.anil P. \: A. III) ,
car, was let oil free, and of course i'and certainly meets with the unqualified than that jiuison. acres on Blackwater
The man whs so overcome that he Hay, rich black hammock lands, two
the management of the company I approval of the general took out the H'ceptacle' l snd emptied the miles from Milton particularlyadapted :

were not held responsible. Madden NOT A CANDIDATE ;!i public. liquor into the road. to )JPcallS. This land joins TIIIliolcalr:

certainly was not blameless aud I ,, I the celebrated Criglur pecan grove
: per :$Wilfrid's face warned with pleasure
haps deserved: the penalty that was -- !. hninlin the Rhilliu utul is parti illy cleared.:
A iiiaranteril Cure lor Filrw 11lJ. man a ? Two hundred and eighty acre*, JA Y QrIeiY!
imposed upon him, but what about Thos. Wrightoa, the p.lint-\\ Itching Blind, Weeding or Protruding he said: "Take that. my pood fellow.It 100 acres cleared 7 miles from Mil a 4
t the others? will buy you soinc'thiii better." ton. 3la miles from the railroad
; er and paper hanger, informs 1 Piles Your druggitit will refund your on
j j money It 1'AZO UINTMEM: falls to cure TIll> man, to the intense disgust of Yellow River at Faulk's Ferry \\ amiKclail
THEKE are a few pessimistic persons tills paper that after :a careful consideration you, ;50 j) cents.FEDERAL. ?Wilfrid, imml'lliah'h'ntrn' a pulv Well watered and with good dwei- '!

who tell us: that the country is I of the question, he will :' lie house and spent the shilling in beer. ling outhouses and fencing. j (InxcrmijuAuiKKs -.

being abandoned to the canines I refuse (Iii coming: out Sir Wilfrid accosted th'ltllorvr There are 40' acrtof cypress! in :: Ion
to stand for election to the COURTAT this tract worth the price of the :>
and that it will soon be a nation of : and a city marshaUhip. He that it I grown
says the fur Family and
i aud for the rich. But don't you be. I money beer. extensively to cant- :and large profits I Fancy Staple
was his first intention of making "Fa it Ji. jour honor 'twas that I made. There
afight I are 12UO: acres of fenced [
:11 lieve anything of the sort. The TALLAHASSEE !
: Groceries
United States J for the oilice, but nutters thought you wantid me to drink. forth pa-turage adjoining, which is free j k<
: was never so prosperous I bottle of i', isni I was after throw- Eighty-one acr-s, 3 miles north of ,
+: as it is today and the people asa ; : which he could not now state to the I T In' away was cold tay' above with good house, well and j and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fain-v

whole were never EG well olr.J public will prevent him from dein-I I Federal court will open In Ta1l1' spring fei ponds. Ibis: tract N I' Hood.

I There are a few unpleasant things "'},ot to Make of the Hoy. valuable in connection with stock We are Sole Distributors forV>'-'
ing to accept the proffered honors ofhis I hassee early next month, Jude; !, raUiuir. The wood and timber will' Florida for the Ctltbratf-d Cafe dl.
in the present situation it is true, I There is an old Lancashire custom of
111 friends. Swayne of this city, presiding.; pay for clearing; and also for the' Monde Coffee, Sweet Home Mohses -
t1 but unpleasant things are alwayswith I -_ _ -- putting a number of articles before a land. Illinkind Climax Hours Kjyle -
There: are a number of important ;i child and prophesying by the article No such bargain this
and will as has Delicatessen
us they always be. We A little yet i, German; Am| e r i c a II
i, must not expect to find Paradise on nonsense now and then cases on the docket, and it i is proba-1! which the child touches what Le may been olfered to purchaser The :, Food Co.'si Canned Meats, Etc. All
Is relished. by the wisest men, beconii'. lands have been cultivated for years: of which are sold' by all n'rst-cla-
ti,.I this mundane sphere and if we do and the great majority of play-goers ble that Editor (Smith of a Monticello The story goes of n Lnncashire man and I know what they will produce. I| Retail Grocers in the city.

we are just as certain to be disap had rather see something presented paper will be tried on charges of who was at his wits' end to decide They are convenient io market and''
pointed as we lore to see the sun rise what t,) do with his ofT.-prinjr. So lie will be sold at a bu ain on account I f;IJ.OO: I son u 1'\1."HJX.
that will make them laugh than using the mails to defraud. Smith, of owner engaging in other businpss.
and set. There never was a time plat-ill on a table a sword, a Bible, an
i anything tending to make them sad For particulars, price and term- !
when it wasn't more comfortable to it is recalled, was indicted by the apple! and a Lox of pills. If the child address NED i
That i is there is FAY
why such a demand PENSACOLAPressing
; be rich than to be poor, but the poor' for performances like the which l late Escambia county grand jury I touched the tint lie was!: to be a soldier J9tf Pensacola, Fla. j I
one the second a, clergyman: the third a
I t man gets more of the good things of and has been released unde bond of
I is billed for tonight. I greengrocer; and the last a doctor. It Heads Should Never Ache.
: life today than at other timesince Club
!I .1 i history began. A man has a Peck's Bad Boy is designed to $; .Lxi0. Postoffice Inspector Fred i was a somewhat heterogeneous mess Never endure this trouble. Use at

I make you laugh and it will surely do Preer worked up the matter and will cf professions, true enough but It offend once the remedy that stopped it for I
perfect right to kick if things don'teuit the advantage of a wide range of Mrs. N. A. Web-ter. of FOR GENTLEMEN.

;.f i him, but a well directed kick is -- -- -- prosecute !Smith. choice. After the experiment was over Hhe write: : "Dr. -Winnie"a'i. ,

t If I more etlective than one delivered at it.HEAVY he met a boon friend."Well Pills w holly curM me (if sick headaches -

!ii r random. A little philosophy, too, SHIPMENTS NOTICE. Jimmy how did it get oaT'asliud "I had suffered from for two I
J' makes the world look a deal the friend. "!>id Le take the years. Cure Headache, Con>tipa- One Dollar Per MonthIn
great tion. Biliou* ;
IlP"s. 2Jc. atV..
I sword! Ir""IIt
( A.j
i J j brighter. OF PHOSPHATE PKNSACOLA, FLA., Jan. 24th, 1SU3.\ took tL' lot so I'm goin' to make D'Alembtrte'u drug store 121 :; Advance to Membership.
; I
'j 1 TIIK NOKTHKKN I'KIKSONTHKCAKOI.INA The following extracts fiotn theregulations I him a lawyer." II I, Clothes Cleaned and Preyed a-

-- -- often as desireduur
of the state Boaid of !I II -- - Clothe*
. I4 i i Extra heavy: shipments of phosphate Health, which Lave the validity of I II I FC7.KMA. ClUF, NO p.\Y. IN YOU WANT GOOD BOOKS' pnt South for and Palafox delivered and Join Call th-ai'Ja

: _11 I object to the way the leading I are now being made out of this law, are hereby published for the in- ,, Your druggist! will refund your money It I Club.Laiies'.

, i northern newspapers treat the ont h formation of whom it may concern. ): PA7.0 OINTMEXI rails to cure Ringworm CHEAP, NOW IS THE |
!t: I port, and the rush will continue indefinitely I Teller, Old Ulcers and Bores. I'implrs and Flail
Carolina tragdy.Tlieit i Skirts
, Rule ;cO.: No owner of any manufactory -j a Sjecifcll! ?
IU comments are unfair and it is stued. as severul vessels :! Blackbrads on tbe fact, and all tkiu duca TIME TO BUY
in this State shall admit for
\L 1\ unjust to the couth as section.. :l em- e.. cents. Yours for Neatne,
now here and due arrive will
. If a majority i-f the press end the to ployment any person who cannot THEM

Ljj' people of this section ju-tiiied :i<- i i carry out each an immense quan-: produe satisfactory; evidence of Tin 111GI1T MEJHUNK. G. W. IRWIN.

.7.1 eassination. and murder, tricti the| '| tity. having been successfully vaccinated.' The rirht remedy at the right timeis As we are closing out Stock to make ;
,1 comment! those newspapers( would | I i
friend indeed. You
Rule 2. Any person who violate!!, a cannot be room for New God soon to arrive.
be : lines.
fr1 entirely on righ I Yesterday the steamers Man'Chester i
. But |wheu these oeeuranees are !' disobeys! omits, neglects or refusesto too careful about having the right None will be : Hot Chocolato with
Inventor and Vinceuzo BoI remedy on hand when need it. priced at
{ you
with tnt.snt denunciation
met by i comply with of the rules and
any It i'l laid more than Whipped Cream at Solo.mon's.
I ; by a man of knowledge : con, and -
: the southern prp?*,which i-suppoed I nauno were working several i] which
gangsof regulations be
may adoptedby and good judgment that ino-t baJhealth many below. For in- .
I IE to voice southern public opinion, the I I
,w comments of such papers us the [ men who were kept on the move |;I the State Board of Health AS''1 i i' rau-ed' by a bd liver. HE- I instance we quote .
PATICURA is the beet liver
'c World, Tribune and Hun, as if they all day long. These men hereinafter provided, that may be : tonic i.
'''itt were a part of the training and mostly duly promulgated by said !State which will liven up that member in I' 5 Vol. Set Mead's Works. ....$1.00 STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
ili-j negroes, and as they work and I good style and give you a great deal
:Wf! heritance: of our people show a keep said 5 Vol. Set Henty Books.$ JU
Health Officer, or Board of of pleasure as well as sitisfaction in
:a'' tional and narrow range of thought; : up[ a continual sing-song times are life. Sold all 5 Vol. Set Ewing's Work?.|100
Health shall be guilty of a misdemeanor by druggists.Do ; : I itetween rtnsacola
[4 I that neither peak well for their in-i II aiul 'lIlIflJlI2itlLiin
'1h telliitenceor patriotism I is. indeeda [ |: more enlivened than ever. The and upon conviction thereof I Ii i. 5ol.. Set Cooper's Hea Tale.$1.00. ; Dally Fxcept; ,

species of Phara-aiinthat| is not at'l shall fined in less 5 Vol. Set McCauley's History of i! Sunday
:, product is arriving by the train load be a sum not than yea want a magnificent watch

l all creditable.-Ocala limner. t each day, cowing from Tennessee $100.00 nor more than $1000.00 or bej I!I for little money? If so, call OD.i! 3 Vol.England SetHhakespear..'1.110. "CITY OF TAMPA."

It'[; contemporary should bear I in imprisoned in the jail for $1.00J;
depesits. county cot j! Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate 13 Vol. Set (Milton ._ ;'Jhm LvK'niiscola.l
!h. mind that such crimes deserve tho lees than one or more than six you. thakepear.$3 O' irP obi>cola.V.iiiam Ar Milton ', IAI"m

denunciation they receive ; and that months. 15 Vol. !Set Chambers' Encyclo- I Fare.floe; Konnd trip.Ii:1(1.
Iteiia .r; ..
$5 00
.( tba killing was :no more nor less a WM. HAY
Disfigured SkinWasted Hot French Waffles with 13 Vol. Set Bulwer's Novels....$300''
; foal murder because it occurred I in City Health Officer.
South Carolina. It is not that; but i muscles anl: decaying bones. Free Vaccination will be contin. Florida Cane Syrup at 12 Vol, Set Scott's Novels ... ...$3 00 JEWELER/ IN HIS
What havoc: Solomon's.We Ket T. !:I. Art!! .$;; 00 1
S it U the belief well or ill founded, ued as: heretofore. j-24-lw I
Scrofula, let alone, is capable of all that, 1 Vol.SetPrescott... .... ..... .;5i!!
tbe belief nevertheless, that the I and more. ,I will launder your spreads foi NEW STANDI

murderer will never be punished I ; It I is commonly marked by bunches in TO CtnE.COLD IS ONE PAY |115 cents each and make them look 40u other volumes of other Standard

that the ex-governor will be acquitted the! turk., catarrh inflammations nn.lcl'nerol in debility.the {eyes dslSe1sia. Take Laiative BromoQulnlneTableti All'' like uw.-Star--Laundry.- Works at equally low prices.COE'S I

by a South Carolina jury; this it It !U always radio-illy: and permanently drugguts reload the money U it fall to Hot French Waffles with have moved my Jewelry store n
S K. W. U
cured byHood's cure. Urove.sslgnature[ on inch
is that inspires hush: critici-rn regarding -( box. 2Jc. Florida Cane 1120 South Palafux, formerly occupied -
Syrup at BOOK STORE. 1
the tragedy in the northern I! Sarsaparilla i iI 1 Solomon's. I by Bass & Co., and am n'w

( press and every where else.I I I WU h eirn-is all humors, cures a:1!' erup-j Tables of quality for the \ Ult: South Palafox hir*>*>r, better prepared than ever t-> gr
tions. and buiids c > the whole CASTonxA. I 1
; sybtcrwhtiher
:. young or old. Dining room, library, hall PEX \COL.FLORIDA.. great bargains diamonds: ,watch'
*gTPORrLAND CEMENT at and at Marston ...arstb Thi ftaeratv. ." "t' II I Call andseeccea.
parlor etc. i
12 oo per barrel. A V. CLCBBS. !I ''} iir* liver lib'Jlif! _n Corner Bru aud Uarden streets. I I "...J uti./! to I.kf' ruh H-HvS' "r.ap. I I i c.u" Solomon's. I i I. STEPHENS.


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,yfNEWS ADJOURNED INMEMORY w. O.O'NEAL Preild nt; ,. .. E. CLARK, Cashier:

L J. F03HEEYiee-Pruideah JOHN PfEIFFER, Au't &ehi.. ,


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....-<-- "--' Just before criminal court adjourned PERUCHI-BELDIHI' CO. OF PEHSACOLA, FLA. _'**i N f %l li

Trimming of trees under the reso. [ yesterday, County Solicitor The Pernchi-Beldinl Company Designated Depository of the United States. .
adopted by the board of worksIa accorded welcome last *: : ; ;
wag a rousing
lutiou Parkhill was informed of Judge M. Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25, 1902. if
; been carried on rapidly.W. night at the opera house as;la beginning i
P. B3nif 'y'8 death and submitted a RESOURCES.
:Schultz, A. Wilkiun andC. an engagement firelights.:
H. motion that the court appoint a The bill was"The Slaves of Russia," Loansand Discounts...................... $142,921.84 Capital Stock ......................... .... $200.000.00 i
H. Holt, all of Mobile, are at the Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured.. ...... 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 1 *
Merchant 1 : *. Mr. Holt la register in committee of three from the bar of seen here previously but not pat on U. 6. Bonds and .,Premiums.............. 213,806.87 Undivided Profits.....,....,. .... ......... 5,690.34 i ,, Mj

chl:1Wyof Mobile county and is the city to draft suitable resolutionson to such good effect as that of last Stocks, securities,'ete.......... ...... ...... 2,625.00 Rediscounts ................................ 10,287.61 P

business.Twelve evening; and the thunderous applause Furniture anJ Fixtures.................... 6,718.48 .Circulation............................ ..... 126,000.00
byre on important legal the death of the late clerk who the efforts [. R. Stamps............. ................. 65.82 Deposits................. .................. 461.tM.3o 1
thousand red snappers given compan'y Cash and Exchange; ...................,... 1&3.943.12; ,
had the office unceasingly for the demonstrated that they were pleas
brought in yesterday to Baun-
were past eleven years. t

,del k Co., SOMe of the fishing yesEelreport Mr. Parkhill also moved that a ing.The house was crowded. The Total.......... ../. .......... ............. $822,382.30 Total........ .... .... .......... ....... .... 1822,382.80 .r

: rather rough times. The aisles were blocked with persons This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give ::g ,
B.WelU came in without her page of the record be left blank in your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. i ti.r. = r i
Clara who could find no seating accommodations

rudder. Saturday's record of 14,000supers honor of the deceased. and the hundreds congregated 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME'DEPOSITS.

: has not yet been reached. This morning court was convenedat therein were in the happiest

Have you ever been to see Peck's 9 o'clock and Judge Beggs ap. mood possible. ,. y '' .a J..

Bad I'0?? So? Then you should pointed Hon. Chas. H. Laney, Chas. Peruchi himself was assigned the B. H. FAIRCHILD, I i' { ; ;!:
W. & COWS' G. W. & CO
,,,,=,,,,,,,,, .
night and see the bad: part of an American in the land of lBt" if.1V
Ot3morrow M. Coston and Chas B. Parkhill to or x>s o x*s v x::zi x::n II' :<
unusually; bad boy, and en- the Czar, and did his work excellently The .L
j.e Very draft the resolutions: and also requested 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. t Style of a "Dorothy 1
n'y tte'fun.! 0, you nave seen him? considering that this role was 1 5 .

J are sure to go and see him the court officers to attend altogether out of his line. aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a (\ f 'iIi \' tP:
then you t LUXURY IN Dodd"i .
aain. (Overt ltau*to-night. Prices: the funeral of their late associate, Miss Beldini was at ease in her Specialty. t''j {t i J. iIcjEVER I
/ '
mind what old-fashioned tell
of a Russian countess. people 'J.1
Jo, :ii!:I, ;\j and 1)1\ cent! which occurs this afternoon. portrayal Phone 40B. 1' .
The costumes worn by herself and -- Oomfort can live together in a pair of i! j t, t t I''
-um'r from a short, hack The court then took an adjourn. O thy Dodd" it. .
1111Ju-anl-| || the other female members of the proves : .\
jus: l ii''lt: WI1'' ) night be cured by ment until tomorrow at 9 a. m. company were beautiful, and were R. K. WHITE, O They are the utmost height of style. They are shoes of gen- I 1-
'I nine distinction. The highest praise yon can give shoe is to say :
I'l-daCutf.; Fortify the system against diseaseby costly. They were special objectsof Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler era .,

purifying and enriching the interest to the ladies. and Graduate Optician, "It has the Style of a "Dorothy Dodd." j I t'

If you want your ojlce blood-in other words, take Hood's; Specialties by the Carlton Sisters PemKoU FUJ. Yet the "Dorothy Dodd" h the most comfortable shoe ever 1 !I.' ,, J.

furnished.;:'o to Marston Sarsaparilla. were great features. The team is an IS Seat rilifox St. made..You long to walk for the pleasure of walking. It 0 6''1' 'j i!

f/iey have an elegant ---- excellent one, both the young ladies 6 holds", the foot firmly around the instep and the unsupported 0 iarch..You i :!' J.
ijuina's. furniture houseon and second en- escape the "slouchy" gait which comes with some : ..
I went to Pryor's being very pretty
line of roll top desks :JN. ANDREWS shoes. It gives a new poise to your body in walking. Your car- !.l j
West Government street and I core, together with numerous curtain ,
chairs ) riage is more light and graceful. ) I:l ; t.
and (>]i'"c furnished my entire house; for just I calls, testified to their popular 'j I 11 \

one-half of what I expected to pay. ity. *!* Headquarters for ** .:. 4i I- '
%, gust Try a Pair. They Cost $3.00.: 1 *
Hot Rolls! at 5 P. m,, lOo It was a surprise to me, and I don't I Billy Ford was there with his ban- Ii '
a doz., at olcnon's. I know why I remained single lone, SEWING MACHINES. \ I ", .j
I jo. He was seen here a few weeks o Q
I' since while with the Tolson Com- I O "- '
-- :-) 1 pany. i' REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL ACENT I i i

: The company went to Milton this : "
2 s E ( ) + l:t \Jon'" Palafot ireet. I ]IrFt
\ TOO BUSY ( afternoon and will play there too -
t -
( i ij' ) night the -
night. Wednesday en

j' fj (( I gagement: : will be resumed with "At CONDITION OF THE c ;

the Stroke of One." Thursday, "The T.ADE NA.11 0 1 ;. I

/ TAKINGeSTOOK. I Judge i" Friday, "Midnight Marriage -
e I "The James i ( '
; Saturday, I

I! Boys.! Thursday's matinee will be fj j { : !
"Dangers of New York." I GREEN WATSONl.< IIJ'! :
J ... The annual report of Superintendent ..
II ,
V. H. Gwinn, of the state insane asy-

...... ... PECK'S BAD BOY. k.
has been
---- lum at Chattahoochee, J '
: f G. W. & CO G. W. & COQ '.'
I George W. Peck wrote a book. If mitted to the governor, and furnishes l .

he ever wrote another we never heardof some interesting data about this un- '"

II it, but that was enough to make fortunate branch of the state's wards. '...N0.....N......N.H...NN......N.1iN.....N 1 ., gs
1 him famous. It has been adapted to During the year 1901 there were I"i

the stage and will be presented at 274 patients admitted to the asylum. i SACRIFICE SALE i

the opera house tonight.; It it I The whole number treated in 1901 was Ii

superlatively funny from start tofinish. I ST5, which was increased to 026: for : : Ilii
I -
I Nothing like it, and Peck's |I the year just closed. The daily average :f

: Bid Boy draws a full house every I for 1901 was C28: and for the '
ii (
,: where. Prices 15,23,33; ; and oOc. No I following! year, CGS. The highest .

half rates. number treated in any one day in ,

--- I I Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's: 1001! was'CoC;; and for 1902, 697. i ....AT THE.... aBEERS'

!" E lln1I; ,-.\lIl-TI:1t! : every Department has Meritorious Hwamp-Root, the great kidney, liver I In 19"2! there were discharged from

I 11 Aiici"ii-:t .. Jin kn 1."ts have accumulated from large selitlioiu'i 'I'I and bladder remedy, are being di i- I I the asylum, 108 as cured; 13 as im- j '

/I.'. wll: to' numerous: to list here, it will be, as it i? tributed here from house,free. Have I proved unimproved, 1 not insane. ; CARRIAGE REPOSIJH '

at all titrl.--, to .n.ur b'.-t interests; to cill and look them over-not I you received_ one?___ __ '-- One eloped and 102 died. The increase + F i
much u-.. 1:1: ineiitloniLg prices! you've got to see the goods: to I for the year was 57. The per centage .+ \

kiiow. :TWO APPLICANTS of recoveries based on the total number i I I have, accepted a position as general manager of the extensivebusiness 1+ !I'I I1! f i
of Win.Johnson & Son and MUST close out my entire t
Silks, i treated during 1902 was 11.C6 and : Hock of Vehicles before }February I. If you want a Buggy, this is : K! i
FOR CLERKSHIP I the per cent of deaths: 11. During the + the OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME to buy one at your own >
i I
Woolen Dress Goods, I last two years there has been no serious :, price. I have a very fine assortment, and the first comers will get t
the choicest '
e bargains. '
Ladies' Jackets, Skirts and Coats, I' accidents suicide or epidemics of Respectfully, Iii\>. iiLKS. :. ,j' 4

I I Already there are at least two aspirants disease at the asylum.It : ', i t ...

Cotton and Wool and Knit Underwear : for the position of clerk of 11 is the practice of Dr. Gwinn to ......tNN.e/N..NNN..N........................: t I'; '! '1rr' '
i -- --- -- -- I'
Corsets criminal having encourage the employment of as many --- ------- '
i i court a vacancy -
I patients as possible at something that D. HALE WILSON i
Table Linen and Napiery, I occurred by the death of JudgeM. affords both mental and physical rec- ;

So far known the 1
P. Bonifay. as
H n. all Mt the knife, and its for you totakeadvaniujeof the savt reation. The patients are granted as .tL
only two are C.L. Shine and John A. :Real Estate and Rental
:1!,:, t b! 1 hey mu-t move and the prices placed upon them I many out-door privileges and as much : Agent '" r

WI)>ii! du it n. hort order. Kirkpatrick: both of whom are said I I freedom firm restraint and confinement I :

tohave obtained signaturesof numerous -I as consistent, to make the hospital I i- South PalafllStrt.ct;: J .
-- ----
citizens in Pensacoli. I as home-like as possible. TELEPHONE NO. 234. .I. 'f
prominent I PENSACOLA, FLORIDA i ,

(Our Jlfary IDI! Carpet DepaHieoi Mr. Shine has been temporarily in I During the past two years many s f ,

( charge of the office since Judge I needed improvements have been mad REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP.A Goldring's >"o. 3 saloon at the .ildi i

about the as)ltim.'r.thir.g Icci.iix Life Saved.I Union depot, since its opening, Las : '.
t' u1 -rj'iinr; wonderfully! enlarged condition, due to their ever- Bonifay's sickness, and he is under- I Little Bey's '. t
to the comfort and welfare cf the become noted as the place to find
wi:ti ig popularity and nl'pj"vhpn complete they will be not have a few word to say regarding <;
stood to have secured the endorse inmates and fne in the bet
j ; superintendent and purest brands of liquors j r
.!. ..r1tIIlt'lIt! but increase the comfort and convenience of our II Chamberlain's Cough Ilemedy. It I u "*'
ment of the entire Pen acola bar. his recommends to be found
report an expenditure in the city. You will )
; ," -. Tin we are tverawake to.uver | saved my little boy's life and I feel U ;H ,
\ of $1 i5.tJOO for maintenance and .receive polite attention and be made ,
-- -- -- -- -- The Secret of Long Life i that I cannot praise it enough.; II!: L jr; '
I additions for the next two I welcome. ij 1 JlJzdn' '
Consists in keeping all the main years.I bought a bottle of it from A.E.Isf-ere I Itot t !
I' I 1 llIl.11'. J. FOUIJES, leaves for Ea"tenlIarket*, I The asylum at Chattahou is one
organs of the body in healthy regular ( Goodwin, 8. D., and when I Ifi--i3
u w ill j.ureha-e :Spring Stocks with a more lavishing hand action, and in quickly destroying '! of the best managed in the South. It gotl fs/ /or c. I
home with it the
poor baljy
: \ bl'b, TIll is much, the disease Electric ]1 .t
re. .aging considering high ex- deadly germs. has a well equipped farm, upon which Jt-
I Liverand : hardly breathe. I gave the medicine I i I
1 Bitters regulate Stomach .
"urpi-t purchaser. I the more tractable men the directed minutes .
j among as every ten
Kidney, purify the blood and (rive t ;
i a splendid appetite. They work I patients work. The females are employed "threw up" and then I thought sure I j
: he was going to choke to death. !
wonders in Kidney Troublps, '
curing doing sewing fancy work and 1
Female Complaints, Nervous Disease had to pull the phlegm out of his ..fIi'
\V. J. & B. FORBES. i' ': *, Constipation, Dyspepsia and embroidery, and show much taste and I mouth in great long: strings. I am I : di
Malirii.: Vigorous health and 1 skill. The patients do the work wil! positive that if 1 had not got that : ''
1 bottle of cough medicine, boy : ,
; strength always follow their ue. lingly. Most of them are anxious to my ,
_... Only <)<*,., guaranteed by W. A. ; w>uK1 not be on earth today.-Jotb'DEMO.NT Rntistie hoto '
f o
1t' ::::=:-= J be doing something, a few have to For naphc f )
: D'Aleinberte, druggist 121 :'outh Inwood, Iowa. sale(; : ;
Falufox street. : be encouraged but no one is forcedto I by all dru'rtrtats and medicine deal.}! tf
: --ron---- OP2 S. .' .Iafll\: Street.
-- work. There tU. I
always an air of < 41 le
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DR. H. MOCK I cheerfulness about the place. The attendants i Tho finest line of sterling silver! 3 Ml V q
J. I are instructed to always''i' goods and silver; novelties is to be !
I II ;
have a pleasant word for their found at J. ,I. Stephens'. Prices to :, SL

I COTTON REPORT.I I charges, and above all, never to deceive please all. <
On the mon reasonable: terms and
them. The moral treatment involves j 1! f -
DENTIST. vr PORTLAND CEMENT a without publicity. /'

\ !, Reported for THE NEWS by D. F. every diversion, occupation and f2 JO per barrel.: A. V. CLUIIKS, J. W. BULLARD,
amusement which can fairly and honestly Corner Bra and Garden Streets V1
Lowe& Co. < 2S'2! South Palafox, Up-Stairs. t 1

2S1, S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. j Spots. be brought to bear, to change i J. A. WILSON, Manager. ;.1

.Good Middling..S 3-4 the perverted ideas, the persistent de.l CLOSING OUT. -- --

CROWN SPECIALTY.IMXSACOLA i Strict Middling..... .... .... .b 5-8 :. pression of each individual, and > jH
AND BRIDGE WORK A Merriwether, the Furniture man, CULIW NU.1'ICE..
Middling ....... ..... ...... ....8 1.21 i: requires great tact. I .... I
II at 114 South Tarragona street, is preparing -- - '
Strict Low \lIddling..8 5-1G'' The next legislature will be asked I NKITHEK toe captain own.
embark in a new
FL.1.- I Low Middling..... ...... ..... 8! ,: to make an appropriation of at least ; to .. ers nor coalKnee. of be It n rYlneea ,
-- and is closing out the remainder of +o Buuoani will boreipoDiible
Tone i teady. I $17o/ioO: to carry out the designs of Ji for I'I i the bankrupt stock of furniture and tracted by the crew ot ,,1::1.8"1.| '
DeSilva & FUTUUES. Superintendent Gwinn for building an If I I household goods at astonishingly HOtOGSO, ij -
U. G. Co
:March .................. ...... ...8.78 I I i ice and cold storage plant, erecting low prices. Gulf Transit lootigDee.Co _Captain r.JU |1

i May............. ........ .........8 S3 .' a power house, instating a 120 horse ----- -- v

I'' i Manufacturers and Dealers In -- 'I. power boiler, putting in a hot water Hot Chocolate with dtNEI'tHER. consignee the' captain of own-the ,*
NAVAL StOUtS MARH1.1.Keported Olantoo will
\ \ system, and making an addition to the Whipped Cream at holo- lor debts contrekct-berelpoOPlbh ft'
Sash Doors Blinds for The Newt b mcm's ed by the crow of Card vnsel. %,
1, t Daily ) female department and for mainte-i WK, LEJSK,
Naval Store. Co. Gulf Transit Co
Union laConaIgnee.

Shingles, IIOIIllI.IIW nance. I DR. F. E. BRUCE 2ejit'I 4n
I ___ _U ,1 Ji-- __t (15 ., If you want H nice present; :o give '! r f.k:l

Builders' Materials fiO'J G_._ __,__. 1 :) a friend,go and look through the Ha returned and resumed practice. | the""cayt. of nla.tbe owaen
I Span
r .___ aa; ____ II elegant line of suitable articles at i Grht'la will be fll
1d____ 33.) E_,. __. 165, J. I. Htephens, you surely can find I II Office 2a'2 West Government !St.: for dfbts. contracted <'
Brick and Lime. ___ 'O D_.__.._ 165,I something to please yoc. If you Salisbury Building.Tolophono : by the crew cf said Ll'Z.\IRAOt\. r i
I I ;
want anything in the Diamond line OJU: Transit CoConsignee... .
I----- 240 C&beloa.165: i I C: i>'"ln
--_ =- Tolophono No. 11 JFIRITa TCRFK5TISI-60. I f I oe sure to see him before you buy. 140. JU >


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'the Oae pf Horc Grccley's Order That From a twenty-year-old mulberry
j best 1"Ji'Qlatone.hllif Helped lib New Editor. BOOT ANB SHOE MAKER
x tree 213 pounds of leaves bare been ,1.
As an editor Horace Greeley bad become ,
picked In a year.
jIco. weary of the constant repetition String besets may be obtained during REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
of the word "the" in '
opening sentences.
the entire summer by planting,once a Wholesale and Retail Dealer Shoes,; Leather & Finding
One issue of his paper in particular ex-
month for successive supplies.
asperated him. Almost every item Lad 'PHONE bl.1. 007 SOCHI PAHFOX STREET.MICKE .
It takes Snot the ordinary "quarts to make a nQoo.bat s HAYNER QUART Is* Some trees are much more unfavorable -
i fall quart., an honest quart of 3t ounces tour to the gallon. Now, you par your dealer at its opening paragraph begin with "'"'
least $1.25 a bottle for whiskey that cannot possibly be any better than HAYNER U as tlie." This lack of Judgment: on the to the growth of plants beneath !
good or 1G.Zi a gallon. U you buy HAYNER WHISKEY you save at least $3.a6 on every them than are others. The worst are
mtlon. We sell two gallons for about the same u yon pay for ODe gallon of probably poorer part of his writers in the choice of & CO.
the and the ash
whiskey. Just think that over and remember yew
that HAYNER WHISKEY goes direct from words received attention. Greeley wrotea
oar distillery to IOU carries a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUAR. Whenever water Is given to pot
ANTEE of PURITY and AGE and saves you the dealers'enormous profits. That's why note. This notice he requested to be
hi so good and so cheap. That why we have over a quarter of a million satisfied customer posted In the editorial room and caused plants enough should be used thoroughly
*. That's why YOU should try it Your money back II you're not satisfied. to wet the soil around the roots. Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
copies of it to be sent to correspondents -
Mere sprinkling of the surface does lit ,
The order read: ,

Direct from our distillery to YOU "Under no circumstances must the tle good.Thejiext. time yon have a bouquet of "No. 6 South Palafor Street,
word the" be used In the opening or
Inn .Onto Pnflts I Pwiili AMttritlM subsequent paragraphs of a news ar flowers to keep add a very little cam- All Kinds 01 Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on }land1ar.P.Px1rbWlr'R

phor to the water in the vase and gee ... .. ... .
ticle. In sentences within a paragraphit .P i.anr>i ._ *'.
how much longer Its freshness will be
will be tolerated if used with mod-

eration. If you cannot write a paragraph reta lneel

HAYNER WHISKEYPURE without the' to open it, omit. One of the most satisfactory plantsfor

One day shortly after the I issuance' of house culture is the yellow oxalis.It ...WILL MOYER'S.
I .
his new rule Greeley entered the editorial will blossom freely if given sun and I

RYE room in a fury. water and its bronze brown foliage

"How is it that we have nothing in sets off its pretty yellow bloom rarely. !WEST SIDE

FULL $ today's paper regarding Holland's attitude GROCERY
toward the policy of the north" Peppermint' SIt'l'pll'.Df' .
4 3d A physician declares that 4
he finds
he asked of his editor who had charge HAS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OF
peppermint water
QUARTS PREPAID T of the foreign news. an efficient remedyfor
sleeplessness. This is a simple 'i Fish Roe Cranberries Florida Barrel
This editor was aware that he bad I I Syrup, Olives,
cure, and it will
not forth
We will send yon FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES Of HA Th R'S SEVEN. omitted an important news item which bring Mackerel Buckwheat Mincemeat
YEAR OLD RYE 13, and from the of and Everything
for a) we will pay tbe express cbarges. Try It and at the time he considered organs professional olliu-1
it you don't find it all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from j as unimportant. ion declaration of ,I
anybody else at any price, then send it back at our expense and jour 13.20 nut he was resourceful. any I Kept in a First-Class Grocery,
will be returned to you by next maiL Just think tbat offer over. How could is added that a mixture of spirits of
it be fairrrf If you are nut perfectly satisfied, you are not out a cent. Better "Your rules and orders are positive, chloroform and FOR EVERYDAY
let us send you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts yourself get a Mr. Grwley' are they not?" asked the peppermint given I OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASION*,
friend to join you. We ship in a plain sealed case, to marks to snow what's in hot water to the victim of insomnia -
illsldp. editor. will '' A Car L ad of the Justly Celeb 'ated tic
produce sleep, but in Maj3 Flour Jnst
perhaps EecimJ
' i Orders for Ariz..Cat,Cot. Idaho. Mont N>v.. N. May..Ore..UtAh Wash. "t'rrtaiiilyr shouted the famous : ,
or Wvo. must tie on the basis of 4 Quart+ for ".00 by Kxpresa the CUM of the admixture of chloro- ,
Prepaid or 89 Quarts fur l&OO Freight Prepaid. scri Lkr. form water may claim a decided share.
"Then tell ine how I could have used -
1 Write our nearest office and do It NOW. in relieving the trouble. It is at least
The Hague for the date line in the
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY Holland dispatch without violatingyour easy to try peppermint water, and the ATL.Averi: :

I ATLANTA GA. DAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS, MO. ST. PAUL BIN. positive order" theory of its action is believed to be

li4 150 DlSTULZBTi: TaOT, 0. EsT L1SIIED 16W.Slow Mr. Greeley was beaten, but he mut founded on its effect in withdrawing i i\
!blood from the brain by attracting a ( TO AVERY t \VOOLFOLK)
teredIf fellows could
you use judgi -
fuller flow to the btomach. ;
i meat there would be no need for i IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

-j 1 rules." lie A."f'dml.... I
"What's the trouble ?"
: my boy queried
: HP fines
t I eftil In the HnxlneiM.
t fii / It teas A iiuitisti tl mil ease, ami one The iMiMjns which lead men to PONIES AND COBS. the minister of a young member of his
flock. "You look sad." Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels Saw Mill
'iSI of the witwsscs Ju the course of giving clio so n certain trade cr profession : and Steamboat
are Bow the Distinction Between the
6p "And I feel sad" replied the Supplies, Cooking and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils
his evidence described the testator minutely. young
often perhaps no more sensible! than the Two Are Defined.A I Window Glass Guns
' man. "I asked Miss Silrertou to be my Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
reason the !'< ""Now sir" said counsel for the defense from a New York paper gave for wanting Badminton Magazine, to ask me whata wife, and she declined" the honor""That's Agate and Tinware and Ilousefurnisliing Goods.

"I suppose we may take It, from ; a place In hank. The president ofa "pony" is-not the pony of the bet too bad, said the parson. I 'AGEN8 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL
"But it's in accord COMPANY
the the Scriptures
flattering descriptioii you Lave bank toil: the story at his dub. ting ring; be refers to the animal. The ,
Revere Giant Stitched
Jt given of the testator his good points "I Joii't think I told of which says 'Ye asked and reeeInot I Belting, Northampton Emery
ever you our dictionaries which he has consulted tell Wheel Co., Liftin 4 Rand Powder Co. Johnson's Kil-
because ,
" and his personal :appearance generally redheaded! office boy, Iriekhat remarked him no more than that "a pony" Is "a ye asked amiss. { somine Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges, Wm

It'I Y that )'011're intimately acquainted the bank president after the little horse," and he wants to know "Well" what would you advise me to Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's
with Urn?" do? queried the youth.
rest had (';:1'11 told a story."Xeur where the pony ends and the horse Made Railroad Colors.
111h: "Xe t time ask a widow," replied the
: : exclaimed the witness. "He
diJ was the answer. I begins. The term is, of course, very Masonic Temple
i Pensacola
was no acquaintance of mue.! '""'dl." continiu-d the speaker, "he : loosely used. At Newmarket whereone good man, with a suspicious twinkle in Fla.

"luilei'd! Well. then you must have came to me with recommendations might; expect accurate definitions, his eye.:Chicago News. I ,. .

observed him very carefully wheneveryou from his father who was a schoolmateof the trainers seem to call all sorts of J. A- VAN PELT. J- C. VAN PELT.

whim?" pursued the examining miiie up in Stuiben CUllllt).. After I animals ponies. "I will send round
t-ouusel. read the lute! from the father I told the e' VAN PELT
your pony at S o'clock, is a familiar LUCAS COUNTY. j BROTHERS
"I never tall him in my life," was boy to take off his hat sit down la a I phrase to me, and in two cases it has FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath ,

the chair and tell me why lie wanted to the arrival of ani-
always ortended an
that he is senior :
of the GARDEN
XO1I0W., don't trifle with the a banker. His ::uow'r'us: Lt'I I mal of quite 14.2. I have searched for ,
court please. flow I ask you could Vaus-c I'm good at mulL'plylng.! authorities for some time past and firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing Have Received Since
I Holidays a Fresh Line of
you, in the name of goodness, describe! 'Well,* said 1, Van't you subtract only accidentally clme1pon one the business in the City of Toledo?,

him so inimittly if you never !>-a whim and dhido tiet' I other day. A folly, I find it stated, H county and state aforesaid, and that : STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

and never knew UmV" '''(Hi. yes,' he said, :.but because a strictly applicable to an animal under aid firm will pay the sum of OXE i j ,

"Well" replied the witness, and the : wants to make all he can I I 13 hands. Above 13 and up to 13.3 the HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
smile which overspread his features thought; you wanted, a boy who could creature should be known as a gallo and every case of Catarrh that can- i) Fruits, Nuts, and all the Delicacacics of the Season.

4r eventually passed our the court, "you IlIult.I;. '.' way and over 13.3 It becomes a hon. I not be cured by the use of HALL'S Our Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always
tiI'e. I married his widow"l'rimltie "I hirul hia: en the strength; cf tbat" This however, is not the modern interpretation CATARRH CURE. I on Getting the

FRANK CHENEY. Best Freshest and ,
though/ when the phraseology Cheapest.
Sled Old Time "!>>ilUl.I..*." Sworn to before me and subscribed i
was altered I do not know. Accordingto
t From history wo learn that the hors In tie family ISihle of a Koxborougk the Ilurlingham rules of polo, "the; in my presence, this 6th day of De- VAN PELT BROTHERS
cember A. D. 1S86.
In the time of George III. coasted on man there are a numl>er of medical height of ponies shall not exceed 11 ,

.: sleds made of a small board, with rules writtui OUT seu-nty i years ago' hands 2 inches," and such an animal t
i beet bouts as runners. Hut these drop.I l 1\ the Kreat-jrramlmuihcr of the I'.iIile's according to my od! time authority, I I Notary Public. ? j"i

I l*-d out "f ctgt! \\ hen nn inventive geulus present owinr. Among the rules would be quite u full sized hor.-e. One Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in-1: ,

i built 011 out of a barrel slave, for I Ir' i I are the following: cannot, of course, go against the HurIhichaiu ternallj and acts directly on the :

r'F4 his invention uas extrusivcly copied I j I ".l stick of Iol'imstow'IIrn in the ,I nomenclature but I should blood and mucous surfaces of the

The barrel "ta\'t'S1'1'1' csilled: "jump. ,, pocket is gl'1.I41 for tllI'UlIIS has cramps., I J, )be inclinoil to say that in general parlance eystem. Bend for testimonials, free The Star Laundry

,r ('rs" and-"sllpiiett hllliI'rl' made ufII "A londstole jmt in the place where I| anything under 14 hands I is a F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O ,

l a jiuII'baI1'I,1; I l stneof iiiniK-rate width the is is beautiful the !
jiano for Ilhcumatiz. pony. I am glad my correspondent did
t\ :3 which was nailed a twelve inch seat ." I not a
t M. st about amidships! Apiece of liar.I -.\ basic of water gruel with half a "cob. for I could do no bettor than

;,1! head n.-ltutiil the seat. To navi '|Uirt cf old rum in it, with lots if''I' suggest that a thickset ixmy from CASTORIA ,

"' II. this: craft leijuired no little !skill : bnov' 11 Misnr, is gIsHI for Cold' in Ilttl.I about) 13.3 to 14.2 would come under Foi Infant and Children. I

"I'"I'a I' iHMolmions performed by the rider 1 "If you lave; likrups, pinch' one of the head. The term "cobby," at any i They SpeakWe
hll,' -'ttiu' the hang of the denied' "otrJ'i The Kind You Hare
;: ts wile you count sixty, or rate, has a significance of its own. Always BoogN
thin::" IK-IP;; akin to the antics of get Ronulnidy to stare you and make II

i a tendertVot on a bucking bi'oncho. Amore : jou Jumpe." Sdanth // ,. i
I The Columbine.
stable and docile jumper was "The earavhe-I'ut onion iu tar after } There' arc some good reasons adducedby ir. +twr Qf ; rr Themse'lres e \ S'!' ..

made by Listening two or three states it is ,.-dl roa>ttVi." 1
I those who favor the claims of the
side l h side, but those ,
\ y were eonKiderul 'fl. ( Jlsmllitioll-lut: ns tnary columbine as a national flower. The !

as fast tJ'\\l'I'rs as the single nuts n" j'
stth res.-Outing.; riiilnrteliihiii: Ucwrd.The i Cuffs we Launder speak for
white and bluo. The flower is purely Solomon's.Jfudgln's .
American, quite widespread hardy, .L 'Ives. They will talk louder

J ,\ hen I mhr..lln..r. Henry.The Itfiil P.hi"f ".\01<1'"t Ilede." graceful, beautiful. The petals nrcl'I'rfl't > 'i_ \: -) can. We want to be Judged

'w4 ;great objection to umbrellas 100 On la,' mother's: and grandmother's "lil>erty caps;'* reversed theyare ..> >'JD/ the work we do than by

}'' : years aw was tlll'ir'iht.; and when Mile 1 am a direct: descendant: of Georgeatnl "horns of plenty., ." Columbine fie S es/ for oc. I what we gar.

f it is stated as a matter of fact that the Mary: Evans: and it is among the conies from the Latin coiumba, a dove;

very smallest umbrella then welshed Evans household we must lad for sev-
the derivation of word
I'I 1. no less than throe and a half pounds it era I of the characters mentioned! In accords peaceful well with our national the policy; is Cleaning one of OT ladies specialties.skirts and Star waist Laun.I j I ALL wnKK o. o. D. Goods Called for and Delivered Free

will prol.iMy l"> admitted that the ob George Kliot's story of "Adam I'.ede." the name also recalls Columbus, the TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

;i! jl'l'Ih.a was a justifiable one. Thus George; and Mary Evans may be treat navigator and discoverer. The i ii

I Instead of the thin rainproof fabrics takl'nas, tjpieal of Thins and Lbbcth: flower also lends Itself well to a conventional dry.OPERA WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

o. which now form the covering; of unit 15de.. Jloliert Evans is undoubtedlythe I architectural decoration.The HOUSEONE ,

brelias iK'thinIxlter was known than original who sUlgl'stl' liede. j .

leather or .ilclotu. The ribs were of Samuel Evans, the youngest sot, was ] Worst form t't'I

wood or whal""IIl" and !such a thing asa certainly the prototype' of Seth I'.ede. Multitudes: are singing the praises i i NIGHT ONLY, 11II n 7TUISI TIME TABLE.

Kh-cl rod was. of course, unknown. tJwrge llliot pl:1rlIn Evans) was of Kodol, the new discovery whichis I >AY JAN.
the daughter of Adam Kcde and the'' I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
* The stick-was usually heavy oak. tu making so many pick people well I RAILROAD-

those days tea many umbrellas halltlJl' granddaughter of Thias and Lisbeth.It and weak people strong by digestingwhat NOW GET"t"WISE I IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. blot
will thus occur to the reader that
additional! encumbrance of feathersover
'- t they eat, by cleansing and I
i the top on the theory of "shed in pOl'tra"ln11:1111; n>tle our author'j''! sweetening the stomach and Lest you forget the Forever Favorite New Orleans and Mobile.

ding water off a duck's back." Rut the was thinking of her own father and j transforming their food into the by Musical farce ComedyPock's

had the very best reasons for the statement I NoNo,4. No.!. No.s Nol. No I,
kind of pure rich, red blood that x:1
6a 12:1/1m
notwithstanding concerning her hero that he had 11:06p Leal'lIPenlaeolaArrln 6:00a 4mp 9:15p
makes you feel good all over. Mrs. 8:1'JO a %:21 p 1:02 a Leave_ Fiomatoa.. Lean !:H.'I a !:30 p T:261p
..' a dash of tVltie IJII.I4wlln his \eins.-\\". Cranflll.ofTroy, I. T., writes: Fora Bad IIWa: ':?111 2:55a: Leave__ MObile ___ Llan 1:8IIn't: UHI n 6:00p
, i Boy., __ 8\5p! 7:30 a Leave _New tJrl""DII_ Leave
\ --- II'JI' p 7:25 _
Mottrani in Leisure .
Brrnnrd Shaw and the Minority. I Hour.Jnckktonc number of years I was: troubled

. A goed story is told of Bernard Shaw. I with indigestion and dyspepsia 4 North.

:. The occasion was the first production *. which grew into the worst form. ALL LAUftllK xo CITY .
Most :girls and some boys have played I Finally I was induced to use Kodo!
; of "Anns and the Man" In London. No.L No. 4.. kl No, 5.
"Z in their time the game of dibs; orjknneklel' 1 and after using four bottles I am en lIOOpm i2:15pm L8InPen8AoolaArrlY8 CJOpm I 1:00am:
The production was a success, and at tirely cured. I heartily recommend The Best Acting Company! 8:15am 8:51pm ArrlvlI_ lontltomerJ/81Y8 UHlim tMpm
the fall of the curtain there were clamorous ] or jackstones: but few of j 1 Kodol to all suffers from indigestionand 11:511 am 11(11 pm Arrive JSIImlnlbam _LuTe 8:83 a m ':01 p m
The Best
them Sinking Company I 1:01pm 8IOa m ArrlTeNa.hvJIlIIL8IIYe ..
know that the gaiae bas existed j jbiiice _
; calls fur the :author to which Mr. Take a dose after I --
dyspepsia. 2:50 am 8:13 a m Arrive Loul'vllie _Lean I
I Il'rlllonI.IJ The Funniest Comedians! 1111 p m t./6: a m
, Shaw was, at length induced to respond. the third l'tillturH.. C. and is meals.; It digests what you eat. 1 a'Oam I 1I:5aa m Arrive_Cincinnatl._Leave 8llJpm I 1I:15pm
The audience was still cheering, but still older. How it was pluyedin i HargU Pharmacy, John Shepard, The Best Dancers! TIJ:!) a m laipm Arrive .._ ..MI.LouU.Laave .:15 pm'' 8:dpm

there dissentient in the ancient iliys no one can tell but the Sidney: Kahn.
was one gallery Come and Laugh With Us PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No.
I .
who was "iHXiing" with the full ankle joint bones of the sheep, os, deer ,

jwwcr of a pair of very strong lungs. find tic were use l. and the panic was Slit KX1GHIP ATIKMON.Regular FIUCE3-1.-. 25,35 and 50c. 21-Dftlly No. J-Dally | No atop where time not shown No. J-Daily [No. 22-Daily

Mr. Shaw looked up at this "glorious called "1I lr1r:1I," from the Latin word conclave of Beats on Sale! Saturday at Noon.PeraehiMBeldeni .__ I
11:55 Tao m Peniacolft.
m ft _
p Arrive 10M ,,
for theankle joint. In Scotland pebbles' \ Coeur de Leon Corn manNo .. pm 6A1: p m
minority of one" and said very seriously li:15 nlgbt I ':111" obtlmla_ 10:117" 1:1.18"
; "Yes, sir, I quite agree with you, but are often employed, whence the I .jdery 1, Knights 12:20 f:18"" "It ___ !! Ynleitr II" 10:84 It 801"
1:23" T:19 Elcambla
Templar at 7:30 m. 10:1Ii" 6:67"
"chuckles. Kven precious stones p.
. what two do whole name _
N- can we against a : 1:1:16": T:25 Malat 10:211" 5:45 '
and cud bronze "stones" have Monday, Jan. 26. 11:11I 7:28 II .. "
r howl'ful'?" .. gold : .. Harp -- 10:11" 0.0'
SoJourning Knightsare 12I'JO" TJ5: _Wlt City_ to
10:16" 61'1"
been used, and in some countries the
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courteously Invited : Milton 1010" 6:10 "
; Look Out for 1'ever. lJors"ilfe marked with numbers and HARRY W. GIBBS PRICE ATTRACTION, 140 am.. U _Good Range II 4:66 II
1:66 8:18 HolU __ a "
L Billoasness and liver disordes tar colored! to represent( kings queens, Recorder. Will 1 d0 I. 8:30: ___r Mllllgin-.,. 1:16 8:20 sill 4.85 "
1 knaves and pawns. KELLER Open a 1:811" 848 _Creltl'leW'_ 9:11fJA 4:00 "
this season may be prevented by J. R. E. C.
':00" 8.M _D eer Lftod_ 84 "
f' cleansing the system with DeWitt's Ifel'S' EI8emfnt loniaYJ Jan. 25 1:21 It 1:10 to to Mossy Head.DeKunlakBpnniu_ II 8:40 gale II
.:01" t85" U It "
8:18 I "
Little Early Risers. These famous Some men start wrong and are late You want a good piano: tuner to ':18" tU.. >_.._ Arg7l __ T:44 241: "

\ little pills do not gripe. They move at every station nil through life.-Atch- stay in Pensacola, still you hold Specialties Between the Acts by ,a .1:00":.0' 10:10'1:61' "" -_ _Ponce_WeitvllleCaryvllle d. Lon___ 128 Tir "" I I 2:11 IU "

tbe bowels gently bat copiously and isou Globe. back your order. Send it In, I have High-Qass'Acting Companyof 1:01" 1011.1 __ T:12 1:49 :

bad 20 years' experience and have I,9 1011. ._..._Rnnlfmy. 8:66" 1:" II
by reason of the tonic properties I 100" 10-4T _.,CnlpleyCottoQdale__ 1:87" 1Ot"
five tone and strength to the gland worked in several piano factories 16 People. t-x It llOr" ,. __ ___ 118" 12J! nook
i CA.S'1'OR.A. fOO" 1135 _KarIaDua_ 8:00" nJt"
Hargis' Pharmacy, John Sheppard j
B"tn th* The Kind IN. Hite Always E.rng Orders left at Johnson's book store A Complete Change of fSO" 11:" It _CypreM..__ 1:18" 11:45 m m
Kahn. Specialties '
Sidney will be attended to.CHAS. T:< i i'tUM I'I'i and Music at Every Performance. fI IJ U.-06 noon _.._ Sneadi ._., 61" VtMi '
cp: Try the NEWS want column. t! W. PEESSLEY.t5r PRICES-, 20 and 30o. 1:11" 12:14" ArrlY8B1y.r' llcUOIlLein 610" i IDA "


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ClassifiedAdvortisemollis 1 .1 <',4

AN ,URBANE MAN Sounds and Voter* That Trawlers An Education rOB 8TBAM DIVISION '-! : \? > '... t+!

Hear la the Egyptian Clt,.. Without Strainupon PtbyCOLAILEO i1UTEjt ll{,\) it :.'<:t J' g1t.. .'!,.'Ih.!

ONE CENT A WORD. [Copyright 1302. by C. B. Lewis.] Take a chair outside a busy cafe l UL"AY COMPANY.T'iln "I-x

- ...... I have met a few urbane: men in my 1L / near the market place and tram center the family Thereis leave Peacaeol for tie Ultlilal .\ : m.r-'n ,:.

)1'i1'Y 'O LEND. time but when I come to recall them ; and watch street life. Th'relI'e no purse. BA10V.Bll BaroaWarIng I1.Nu.t 1.... 'j $ j I

._- man by man I realize that John Hicks hungry men no starving pinched child away for the father of the Fort Sarraacas at I j. ": .4'., r
faces no finger worn mothers, for this er0 a.m.arrleeatFortnuranou '.U.BI 'I '. 'rI'i'it
TO LEND ou improved family to for the edu-
.MONEY stands alone at the head. There were prepare iOu u a.BI.arrive U Fort fciurancn 10. a...u ; : : .(
real state, m large or !mall various rumors as to nicks' former <\\I\\ is a land of plenty, and the people'swants cation of the children and at ffvt Karraaees l:+bp.a I i': :'h I, 1. ",tl.
at low rate of interest. are few and simple. Thus sunshine at 111 p. mn.arrive Fort Barranon; ';16 r a t .;.-: .i.U
alliOu.b E. Brooks avocation before he reached Sandy ,\ the time the 8 :;p.m. &rrlna.I"on iUsrrfticssTraiai it0oylf; I 'f ; ,r'bp .
t;1-:1 on Le}lie attorney a and laughter! spray a welcome same protect .Iorrln&U'ortH&rr.uGU Ii.iz la t.. !

at 1"11', :!! Palafox !:5t., FistiettoXFY Cove and opened a drugstore.; It was \ d Love is unequally fragrance over the novelty and romance family in the event of his death. leave 'crt:; l>arr no.8 lorool 1'9:1U '::1 .
3mlmy at ,
buudla:. said that he had been a blacksmith at yoked with sickness. of the gay city's streets. HereIs S; t

10-DAY-Do you Leed Turkey Bend, a stage driver on the \ Labor is lightened by a street melodist twanging a monsterone Our books, Five Per Cent. ll:00p T:15a.m.: m.arrive arult lot at PeasACOla Yanaaoaia11W_ sooai p,t I :. t'f\ "t.II

\ You can borrow Pine Hill route and a shyster lawyer love, but love cannot stringed "something" and accompanied Twenty-Year Bonds"and"A ioo) p. m. trrlTft at fanuoola_, J:&4 p.a {i. ,
any : PIII i
nOl! 5:00 p m arrive at ola. barb p a I
wuntyyou want today ou easiest over at Lame Man's Valley, but It was lighten pain or relieve by a nose ringed girl who taps Banker's Will sent T.i.0p. m.arrive lot P nsaool&. __ Tt6 p, ,
a> and lowest rates anywhere: < custom to "" i
!' against question a man 'J\
trig obtainable, on improved city real per. on at his wife's sufferings while bystanders ejaculate "Allah, al- request, contain informationthat 'urDII). only FIk' 1 II

e-from Win. Fisher, 5U4! j2 b. sonally.It willing to do anything lah-the! Arabic word for applause.If be helpful and will PARK YOB. WECK: : e r ;I.i!
with to aid her and able to do may rt' 1
parafdl trebt. lu-tl was our best wishes that Mr. not quite in accord with your preju- Penicol to Fort B rr..ce.! :;I-
nothing.Sometimes certainly be interesting to 1'\I1accla to Nary Yard and >-
Hicks bought out the two drugstoresand dices concerning music well, maalaish any ,;P i
however PensIealatOPLImettOBeachandrenralll '
TK \jl' want to borrow money, in.vtinoneYiuaure made a consolidation and opened the husband's attention is directed to (never mind), it is not nearly so distracting parent. SUKDAT lOHEDCDS l .' .'"t f

your property business For a few days the three Dr. 1'ierce's Favorite Prescription and I as a street corner nt home, and This tk ..' 1.
t. '
abstracts of title, buy or Company nnkifirst When weather permit. the ranaing e i f' ;.
cure rent ol doctors were a little shy of him, but its remarkable cures of womanly diseases I they will go away If you tell them to. : -In As'cts.first opt-a coaoh". '.I ";q
La real esute, : property lie not have much ofa -la Amount Paid Policy-hclders. 1 j .
have rents colItued after discovering that be knew no more may hope The baboon, the donkey and boy are first-la Age. Leavt Peoaaeit. L Fort B rr aii 't
but he
de-criptiou cure, led
5t L\ is to try the medicine, < a. u> 13 a, u. !
or jour taxes attended to, about drugs than they did about medicine with the result that in almost case In evidence with a score of performing 11 *. is. 13 n. 'Ii < .1 .
Tbos. C. Watson every tricks that THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 1 J ..r
Mil oa or address they naturally "cottoned" up and there is a perfect end permanent cure. are very original and certainly p. 101. p m.Is.m '
.. Hal fc-tate; and insurance Dr. Favorite funny, and you console yourself 'P.m. '. !Ill
C'; Pierce Prescription COMPANY
it made a strong quartet Luck must : cures OF NEW YORK Ipm ".1:1. J a6pra
.;tats, Ptu-acohi Fid. Charges irregularity. It dries the drains which with the hope of a minimum of cruelty pm, i'
w dtr te. 'To everyone wbo buye have been with these doctors for the weaken women, heals inflammation and in the training.A RlCHiED A. McCCKDY, Prcs.deat., 6}1. m. < iitc, .a k \.

a lot from Ui we will lend money" preceding sIx months, as no patientshad ulceration, and cures female weakness.As fruit seller basket on head, with s a. 15.a, ..d., : 'f
TARS roB st1rnAy
WitliV.hldltolJuildahouse. 81 +IhInitr li died on their hands, but things a tonic for women who are nervous, luscious grapes and figs, saunters by, Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty e.ait oi so ort bll-rallcu rA17 ,t I M'I'
sleepless, worn-out'and run-down ._ __ '
Fa _
arC and fJl'll. abt .
were different soon after Mr. Hicks singing in a quaint: minor "0 '
: grapes Street, NEW YORK, N. Y.CECL'1 .
'Iutc" rc'hul. vorite Prescription" is unequaled. Peattcota If) Fatmetia Bea.h 1.1.1 f t
opened up. A miner named John Shine "In answer to your letter I will say, my wife O sweet grapes, that are larger than );'1'n-___ ___.L. lit 'lir"
,.,..,..,..,. --- ,,WII.LCOX JSarascr. "
wanted some and three hours commenced to complain twentyears: ago doves' eggs and sweeter than new nt'eabt 'I.Ydaler1'itam.: :; 1,
chool will bE quinine writes Lewis A. Miller, ChiefK:: .
Ii1NDEhuN : ei Ponce if;j Jacksonville, Fla.H. ; .
cream delicious
after dose I'rosjKCt St_ Wet,. x>rt. Pa. "We have tried the angels'; food figs
.. ;,:, I',.-tV tight street, taking a he was dead. The !
,1 d al skill of twelve !I1f rtct doctors She took with of I
"i < gal. bursting honey, restorers II. THOKXToy, /.1
(ii.. i uy Mis11A1K Ji.troarut ilaclay.SOstt news was borne to the druggist, and lons of medicine during the time she was ill, AR. nr. IJbi : .7b :A 4wyC l:
health! There is drink seller lent
a te ar M*
Pensacola Fla.
:: uutil T wrote to von and YOU told as wAnt to do. ,
there was n cloud of sorrow on his has taken bottles,of I :'I mD\nL..a : e..TItJ: .axordr
Sue eight Or rf! rce s Favorite under the weight:; cf the odd shaped jar f
brow and a lump of pathos in his Prescription and six of the 'Gtilden Medical i
his shoulder 'f Ice
( O'U Discovery' She can do her own work now lung: over a lump ( tt l''!

nO throat as he said: and"Fa\orite can walk! around again and has u quite the; smart testimony Injecting from its mouth, conjuriug! ; .;. .. ._.'-.-. .. .'',.''-_'.:.'''''..-_ 'J'j.:; : \\
fAiaUJJKIKNK-Manufacmir "Ilca'.lr, gentlemen, but I am grievedto Prescription" custom Iu a similar strain as he strut f r"7'! l.0 -----I'- -' W. ?---'
) of thousands of to its ,I
.I.d: water in Hair Uouds, : hear it, much grieved. It may be of women diseases. complete up and clown, making the: air resound : L\\ .
cure womanly Do not ?
jl-! ; 1 I I' Articles, Hair Oil possible that I gave him arsenic or accept an luikncwu and unproved substitute with: the rhythmical clap clap of tw i Roberts & Dailey If .1"i ;
t"t: Government street, strychnine; ns I was busy at the time in its place. brazen saucers: "0 rcfu'Stimcnt of the {!) ,) ,'\ ,' ,

Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets wtarjl: O q-ionchcr of parched lips! ;
lid invigorate : t
I'or i. my bottles were not labeled, but :1 -DEALERS IN r U "
cmion stomach, liver and bowels. 0 Lk'ssins! c= h.-aicul': .
: ]
------ if I the will "
so hope public excuse: me. (
Jih.M-.;-rnom un street cry which may be ;
Poor man! I Lope he did not out of :
C'--' near DeVilliers streets. heart In the main street of AbUissich, i ;
the ;
world Dead Sea
Llaniin-j me. Evaporation.
and 2
Oue -room cue room apart- a suburb, contains the following! ; enticing .
hM'uts at ''13 \\'luiendeucia street. A few days Inter one of the doctors Scientific: oirvation! Justifies the estimate -
announcement: "Toniotrow people !?*: New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. t.t if-:
oidtr. to Pat tint a daily of c./OOlMI) i ; :
Ail iu guwa Apply sent in a prescription; for fever which average I am going to kill a camel! The '

II'lIl\h. UjlmV nearly killed! the patient, and some of sea tons from of water the Jordan is r'celn'tltnto and other the sources l1ealll doctor says, it is young; and healthy.Oh {{j, FRESH SUPPLY OF tj l( ] !{ 'J;', II

\ A.l'I-.l.'J J). the sick! !: n::an's fri;rids were pigheaded its flesh will bj tender as the quail .

- -...... enough to walt to raise a row about it. during the year. DurIng Record-Herald the rainy season and Juicy as lamb. Its price is but 1% S RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS ,ftCjJ ;i ,

WANTED-All kinds of bee The says the Chicago platters (i cents) a jwunJ. Do you love J, ) \ '
empty doctor laid it on the druggist! andthe the amount is very much greater; during OF ALL KINDS. $| ?
t"tries. t4. A. .fJ6dmall. ii'J-tl! the sweet tlesh--of the camel? Then :
druggist met the kickers with: the dry season it Is of courseery come early and be satisfied." Not the 1 $: FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. [fJj: :

iioi.MiL.ii.COMMERCIAL "lU-aliy! now but I'm sorry such a much less, but this averageill be *9: ;
least picturesque figures In the streetsare
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o thing should! have occurred, very sorry. maintained! year after year. There is the city police\ In their neat white ,'t:; ROBERTS & DAILY..>>, I' : dtl
HOTEL 110 Inv The prescription called for only two no outlet and the level is kept down by drill and red tarbouches In summer and ) .) \ f 1

teucleueu." Everything new; all ingredients but as the patient has (','altlf:1ton! lily, which is cry rapid blue serge In t\ Inter.CHURCH (.!j 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot lt ; ':' 1 ,
modern convenience'. Moderate, been my friend I threw in two or three because of the intense lu'nt the dry fitmosphm.1 1': one l.(5. 1'cnsacola,11! .'t. : I" ;" ".
rte3 to transients. Desirable day .. m r I. : i .
.. _
to Convey
prove ny appreciation. and the dry winds which are ._ n
_. .,_-A-.. _.A 'r---v ._ _
biorders taken. 23jln: -,'. .. ,'. .. .'. .. .wt. 1. ,
.. ..f"'I't .. -- "
to him my sincere regards and as- cun!tnntly blowing down the gorges botwopn Mrr tW"p..I1 ,_..! : !W __ .

F11-1'-CLA83; day board can be sure Lira that my object was In every the mountain This evaporation NOTICES. '.1

had at the >Commercial hotel sense a worthy one." causes a haze or mist to hang over tho

Ito luteudeiicia street. Popular It was an open question with the pub lake at all! times, and when it is mere A LEG, WING, ;: a.

rati tl' trail-lent 23jlih* lic at Kooky Lend as to whether the rapid thin usual heavy clouds form '
THE NEWS would request that the AND A CUTTING OFF .. i
dodorsr the druggist knew most
I."I"'A IU..1..1* \\\i'.1.'J u. and thunderstorms sometimes rage with
/ ,--- ...- - about drugs. but It was not an open p't'nt"lokl1l'e in the pocket betweenthe clergy or those having in charge the THE BREAST OF A NICE j

\\'.1NTEI-Mtn to learn barber question with Mr. Hicks. lie knew
cliffs oven in the dry season. A publication of church service notices I I
tuUi. SI''ut time required by that he could give the three pointers ail flood of rain often falls upon the surface 3 ? TURKEYFROM ? .

II i .. w'uirtlittru.UUtisetc.oil : day long end far into the night, and he tf the, set when the sun is phinintr. for Sunday will send them to this

tv .1: ..:, tint competent. soon 111=played his willingness to do itt office by 0 o'clock Saturday raorn-
and the is ,
atmosphere as dry ss a

'li 1, ,,J'I' -I. Jl\i'I'll";.h -''i! ,a-IliU, .li"\\,1I-.1"1I1I.CutiltVUIi ; and of. the Chinaman doctors was proscribed taken ill, and calomel one j j bone halt a mile from the shnre. The jag, in order to insure their in?ertion'ia t It v\HTEHS\v & C01 j i ; '

1 L".r" : 15iiln.r Ci'Ili i mountains around the l>oad sea are t
i I. the position in the
I .c" N W tl lc.dtLi.. Death followed the. dose in a few rarely si-en: with: distinctness because proper :

_H_ hours mal certain people who were i! cf this hnzo.Tlie papH.I For Your CHRISTMAS:: DINNER. Call, drop us a line or telephone us f :

J'JHfIITO fluMifd for :.gfuU; down on the doctor began: to talk. He | and your wants will b-j promptly! attended to. r lii 1t
cleared his skirts.and when I
phlJt"ral'l1tf' mercti:iiit,,, HI cr.ij they came Rattlesnake's Rattle Cured of Rheumatism

on, p.i-tf-l i, "t-pn ; n"tJ work ; to Mr. Hicks that urbane and sympathetic The utility d the rattle to the rattlesnake R. "1. WATERS & CO., .1 1,1' :. "J
druggist rubbed his right handOUT f,"
Iiruiiiit-er\iceswrite for '
; puce
I is a prul.llllitlll awaiting solu-
llJdtJrt Co., i'j'JVtlJ! :* street, his left and mournfully exclaimed: 5 IS South I'alul'ov Street, (New :Sheppard Huildinjj.) :,F. .Jj
tion. It h:>s been suj'j'ovHl to IK usefulas For the benefitof suffering: humanity ,I .
Chicago.:: \II. mother soul has ascended to
paralyzing its prey through terror I desire to state that I suffered We havflthp Choicest Cuts of Western and Home Mean. 'also Thicken: !P. i

I i'on.v';. heaven from Uocky Bend Gentlemen, osclttd by the sound thus Induced. severely with Mu-cular and l'iciaticRheulllati"m aud All \'e etllblfs. Telephone Xo. "fiU. ,t, itJ
_. I grie"l1''s, I really grieve. No, it for five year During 'I
-w nut this is a very doubtful explanation. -
MHl: S.1LE-1: is not I r. White's fault His prescription that time I tried various remedies as J h
It is akin to the notion formerly 1
tunii'-i, in good order. Apply to called for calomel; but. knowing well as the prescriptions of several ; i : .,

TimIVbley, room 410, 'lliie-eu that his practice among the heathen entertained that serpents had a powerof phrsiciaus( which afforded me very HALL & KLEIN j ilM

ImlJii:;. jun7 If had been I cry hni'ted! I took the liberty fascinating other creatures. Others little, if any, relief. The pain in my "
of it have thought;: that It stt-ms to excite back, hips and legs was agonizing !
clnng'.Rg to morphine. Morphine
A JlAlKiAlN: (' 'II he had mono of the curiosity of animals and w brings and almost unbearable. I could t 3 t ,

tl.i. liiii.-t rid-IICH and most de- always pulls a Chinaman through them within the rattlesnake's reach. hardly walk and thought I would be 500.502 S. PALAFOX STREET. .,
abltectiopi any sort of sickness, and how this (ellow | i
Mi of Northwest Hill, It has also been: supposed that It serves, obliged to abandon all business. A
-uliji-ct to pusruMced I(-'use at fair ) came to die: Is a puzzle. Gentlemen friend of mine advised me to try
lot inn,P y(' irPlan: of .*ju-e can ,-please bear my condolence to his I cs! it may do, to enable snakes of dif URICSOL, which I did reluctantly Staple and Family Groceries JJ '

b, -" "11 a; my uflh e. A. V. Citib4-:, friends and assure them that I felt I trout sexes to find each other and also and greatly to my surprise one bottle i! 1

1', 11-.1 OIl! (inK -;!w I was acting for the best. to guard: the animal from attack whenit cured me sound and well. I ,

\ id helpless from Its power of offense cheerfully recommend it to all who Select Meats Vegetables Etc. in Tins. !
MV i"I
>lt ALH: Ihe ; I didn't exactly: know what to do ,
r mast deMMMe!
lawn puller I did. It h also flna
I '. with Mr. HicKs. In three months he having tHlJpnrarlIj'xlmustetl. I as a very
; t '
,. ii I' city on t-n-y termh} made about blunders half of No sufficient evidence has, tonic. It increase the appetite, aidsdirE.stion and Produce. t
ti- i r Heal: Estate Agency. I twenty howen.r'l( Poultry Eggs Country ;
;: and finally builds up the
IMH-II collected to show that
s' uili 1'al lfox. isilInlitudiu'g them fatal, and the offset was I
health. You this i
I general can use as
-- ---- --- --- I that he neither lied! nor sought to ex these ingci.ious:; speculations affords usa you think best. Very truly Telephone No. 358. ;
liuu..i of such
: real clew to the true cause a
cuse hiniM-lf. lie finally got morphineand I W. 15. DEl.EACH. i '

quinine mixed again and caused I curious! and elaborate mechanism. 311 Auburn Ave. Atlanta Ga. p .
1.0: \HJl! \O HOUSE( : at Wheelei up -- -

\I : I r--: Miry:. E-tlur, 'la.. :'lr;;. the death of Sam I'.arlow, and the Quarterly IJelew. Nov. 6th 1902.

C' .: ': protlrtrtrez.| All the mayor cf the camp felt it his duty tog Druggists sell! it at $100 per bottle. jr:
She Conld t'lle Them Liq uors
f I, :' : 'i ol home at very ie.: Olla ') ever to the store anti ay: the electric) I Bend stamp for book of particularsto
An old lady on seeing the URICSOL Chemical Co. Los
; I ,
!.d. -. Northern tourists will "Look here, hicks! You've killed an-
tiiII : light in the town for the first time was Angeles;, Cal., or Atlanta Ga. '
: i.n ideal place to spend a other matt" -FOR- t ,i" rj
1 ::1"'. nf. litilmb struck with alDaZt'meut.fter gazingat ;
'' tli
"f"i on.
"lint with the best of intentions I assure I For sale by
it for a space she entered a grocer'sslop :

:MiMN-c', IhtnC'ul\,... jou." replied the urbane IIlks. I and i askeol: SIDNEY KAHN. trAT

-........._ -- I "Darn jour intentions! Didn't Sam "I !say mister how do you make that J I Everybody j
\1.1 1 : uuibrtlli maker, 313 l:1rltSPill! for quinine?" i !
big lh hit o' jour"n? I'm tired of burn- II
t'I h::, I'Utl. x -ticft. Itti cover- "IIe surely did." !

1:'_it..t !' paraof! umhrrllail and "And you must have sent him morphine ,'I It! paraain"The THE- .!i 1
,., shopman replied, "Oh. It is caused ;,
I' I' -fully." Silk cover* in place of It" I HARDBRICK f
:al"I.. jan 3AN't'I "Very likely, as the two bottles stand by a series of Ui'Ctrlc currents""is i
it, now?" said the od! lady.: "Then ., Reliable Kentucky Barrel House :
title by side ami are not labeled. Yes
I W.MII.: bortdHII weigh me ,\ i>ouud. If they won't do ,
.. I must have sent him morphine and, as
'i. !''" ; '- : invthin? in the gm- for l.ghtini.! I'll ue 'em up for pud- ]

'', '>" -r ,t t' ds line will dowi. he was a PIMH! customer, I pave down din's."-I!iftroit Free Press i

ih.' h. 'I.. | Iehail.g} to ipf I). weight Please Ix-ar to his surviving C.L STcrt..A.a S. A. Friedman tt: '
M. MMI friends that""Hut
;; 01IH.! na.: jlilm my assurance fai! Aea5ity! :!
this has gut to stop!" yelled the Nears the i iBignatae ,

'" HI.\IO"\I., .. nraj'or."Yes. at; "//-. -#- i iOf I t
K: 1. ill'\ :
\Md\l: ), the tailor: ha-l re- ; it ought to stop""You

In", d t.o 1 ii i ; We.t (lovernmonti evidently know nothing about' -v-- ) I 1ii

> '. ,jH Express iiflice.nirrd I Jrusrs." I the and most excellent assortment of
( am now receiving Largest I
pr> to I'lp\Uff Net to
nothing but in case cf any
i ':; .' ,I ,'!" i tdie;' and irentletr death Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Gins !i
.. through my ignorance I shall always -
1: 11-i t '!11IIr 1I1:1dt': -!"'t?. l jlmVt : stand I OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. : 1 iii
ready to tender heartfelt
my to Pearl & Dolive for or <
carpenter and Line of Cae Bottled Oood f
sympathies.! Also the Finest Largest
electrical work. Repair work at 1srecialty. I .HALF.

;a1 1 Wo pan him one more chance. For .. Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. ,
I! three or four weeks all went well. Then / 1'I:
\ I I guarantee: honest measure best quality and lowest prices. Be sure; to '
he mixed
.. things on the Los main, and
Th {' .resuly'non -TO- send Christmas orders tw
tiny ::'j'sukos your
lie was taken out and suspended to a i HUNCH
I IhI31.'u llf !
Copaiba. i i limb and hU estate parceled! out for the {l I t "
\ 'C'" tug Injection. {@I s. A. FRIEDMAN
1'; I benefit of the ailing community. ONE MILLIONGet ,
"V un--in 48 hours the \ '
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'T..J ., < .,"'},..+ waaodi my1tL''In., I "Gentlemen, he said as he stood ,.cq. '. : 331 South Palafox Street, P. O. Box 418, PENSACOLA., FIiO UDA. : Ira
with the I'
I noose around his neck, "I ..
,.. S,}a o II' U i O'UiGGIsn Y -
1 thank you for ha\iiig selected such a '

beautiful da)'. Iu some way of other I CHARTER ..
r.n") C"'CHEST&R'S: ENGLISH have caused the death of about a dozen Our Prices Before I J. E. 1 ,

;J: people! and had about decided to sell The Elegantly Equipped
,"7'i.f j out and go to freighting: ,hay-but Naptha Launch CUPID
: ," 1..1..sUin.ui,,, : please don't allow anything to interrupt Purchasing.Capacity Dealers in
t-"S' .: ..':. tS.LJoI1:: i with Parlor Car Fittings
; the proceedings. To the dead I ,
61 '. Kl II .nl bolil ..Ue ... P'
.. B" basni IIn.
f .. .-.' ). I.a c..-,..........I..Ut..a.arlennataee. mot K.oo.Imlt.. extend my sympathies; to the living for a trip on the bay or for Choice Staple and Family Groceries; c$ {

,t.'' I/x nr i ,f,..,.1r\rrla.w ml 4..t. I 1 my I'Cln; atuittius. May I now trouble -
:: cruise.
_\ n: .1.r ILrtk 1 .r'..da"Trt''ae4h,II... ",kt'w ", r.. you to kick the barrel from under a I Oar Good: are Received Fresh Daily. Thry,ar! too many to enumerate,

11y, 1'.,..,.h...Y'....e...t....b....."t.11.j;.,40'wV I 1 my feet and bring this affair to an I Accoinmodations for 40 ( ) 50:000: Daily. and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Afford< and can be tI

1161s .. I'" end?" I Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given 114 During the t'
i passengers- Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City.
l -.. The barrel was kicked and John !' Rates reasonable. t

I .J.i.t i PARKER'S hicks went hence to return no more, iI j very COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION t r l

I :.. :r.a,'\: f'q HAIR BALSAM I and when we had had time to think Landing-Pine street. McMillan f Brick Co.

r -.:.m ti 't-tj:CIHt\.y' ,..m.. uxi. IniuriBt bciuuun nwth.Ter tM 'hilt.rM. I lover his urbane way we felt sure that CAPT. STEARNS P.O.BCX326. J. E. Dubuisson & 8ro, I.
.; Fail to Ant 1
I \ 0\ 1 nor tone !orer I it had gained him entrance Into a bet- I 66.

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n, A Boy with Backbone three weeks KO. Capt. Nortbup expects An Attack of Pa.umo t Warded Off. I

I to be confirmed as postmastersome "Borne time ago my daughter !

; day tbls week. caught a severe cold. She complained !

; Y WE ARE UNLOADlNCAL / of pains in her chest and had a
When a boy or girl asks his married sisters, ,
At 1 o'clock on January 20th, at bad cough. I gave her Cbamber-
cousins and aunts to save him the "sec !
the home of tbe bride's Mr. .
: tions" from "GOOD LUCK" Baking Powder parents, lain's Cough Remedy according to
:t cans, and finds any one of them Isn't using and Mrs. H. T. Matthews, In Pol- directions and in two days she was

r COOP LUCE." he should Insist upon her try. lard, Ala., in the presence of a large j well and able to go to school. I
k Ing It at once, and tell her that it has a larger WINTER STOCK Pair
of friends i
i roleinthetoulnthanallotherIlakl1gPowdersa circle Mr. Arthur CnuI i have used this remedy in my familyfor

combined;that it contains the Highest Leaven.I!I. ningnam of Evergreen and Miss An- the past seven years! and have

ing Power and is Pure and. Wholesome. He na Matthews were united in mar- m never known it to fail," says James

shouldn't let up until she orders riage, Rev. E. A. Smith officiating. I Prendergast,merchant Annato Bay, for

Miss Ebbie Matthews a slater of Jamaica, West India Islands. The

Richmond Virginia. the bride was maid of honor, and wt THE l BIG STORE pains in the chest indicated an'approaching -

Miss Daisy Miller was bridesmaid attack of pneumonia,

.)..................... i The groom was attended by his I:Ii): IJ: which in this instance was undoubtedly a

I brother Mr. Claude of ..
Cunningham ...ATReduced.. ) warded off by Chamber-
Birmingham and Mr. Geo.Bruner of 0 I lain's Cough Remedy. It counter

I SOCIAL ECHOES i Evergreen. The ribbon bearers were fait! .! acts any tendency of a cold toward

Masters Ben Walker Curry and LouIs Prices.Dress pneumonia. Sold by all druggistsand Ladies'Shoe
.......>............>..... Finlay. mJ: tJJ l; medicine dealers.

Miss Katherine Avery entertained The bride wore an exquisite gownof
You will consult best inter-
delightfully at tea last evening, the gray silk trimmed with white I1 J'' your
EI) II i ests by going to 0. M. Pryor if you
pleasant party being Miss Edna I chiffon and applique, with white ,(:i GoodsDepartment. Wash Goods. $ .:.: want furniture. He is in position to
Avery, Misa Cora Mallory Mr. Porter beaver hat. Her bouquet was white
and Mr. Ross. maiden hair ferns. t ll; sell cheaper than any other house in
Mr. Brooks carnation and I & Elegant Fancy Pann Out
The bride's maids were becomingly ing, HJa'c quality, at..l3>g3 city. that
The Nomads met with Mrs. H, L. i !
gowned in white cloth with picture 'II f II 64-inch Broadcloth, worth .t.J
Simpson yesterday. ?1-00, at................. 85c 1,397 Yards Fancy Amos- I If SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER
hats of black velvet and carried 'f:;. 54-inch Basket Cloth at.... 98e keag Outing at......... 9c (
pink carnations and ferns. ) 64-inch Camels'Hair at... i 9j RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS .
t. The German will be danced to- I II One Lot Flannelett :I II
The house was beautifully decorated I, 60.inch Thibet at....,......$1.49 Fancy IS
r nigt at the Escambia, and the .. .. ......
with palms ferns and smilax. :::; 62-inch Fancy Etamine at 1 :25 worth 10:, at SJ cOpe .:... LINE.The
dancers anticipate a delightful even I 60-inch Pebble Cheviot at 99c II .
I Ii Lot Fancy Flannelett
The color scheme being pink and )
ins't I It I One Lot 30-inch Prunella 29j .. .. .. '(.I
...., worth ocat.. .. .13icI ,.. .. .
green. One Lot Fancy Silks, your .
I Pensacola, St. Andrews and
i choice at.... ...... ..... 49c Bleached DoMestic I '
. t, }Ir. J. Co-ta from Hivana is in Many handsome presents of cut ( Fitchville () Gulf Steamship Company has fixed $2.50Value.
\ lOne Lot I
I the city the guest of Mr. Henry glass, china and silver etc., were re- ,.:;. choice at Eiderdown...........your..... 35c; yards for., Monday..... ...only... ...10.. 75c :., the following schedule and rates to

'" Piaggio.p ceived. 1 m: : 1:1: : apply points named between: Pensacola and the
J. The groom is a rising young business
." The friends of Mr. Eagan; man of Evergreen and is greatly : Ladies' and Children's U n d erwear. .\.:.. SCHEDULE.

isti i .t will be glad better to know that he is considered respected for his.many admirable (!Ij Ladies' Union Suits $1.60 Quality for..... .... ............$1.39 .tj(;|)1 cola Steamer every Tarpon Tuesday will night leave at Pensa 8:30 ,

l today traits of character.The Ladies' Union Suits $1.00 Quality for.. .. .. .... .... .... .... Sib >: o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile

))1 : Mr.Johnson,superintendent*!f the bride is the sweet and attractive (:)) Children's Union Suits $IMO Quality for...... .... .... ....... 89e *{J']' train and the P. & A. accommo

: distance with his daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Mat- ;:.) Children'sl"nion Suits:: 75c Quality for.... .... .... .... .... 6Uc *(0:.; dation train. This will enable a A
long telephone thews and a most lovable and accomplished person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m.,
wife and Miss Tatum of Montgomery :lyoung lady. n n make close connection at Pensacolaand

spent yesterday and part of last Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham will ;:;i Skirts, Shirt Waists Millinery \. reach St. Andrews the next
7 o'clock.PASSENGER.
e night in the city. make their future home in Ever- i SureEnough
1:) rm]
; and Cloaks. & & Department. & & RATES.

' A deal of interest is evinced green. *:*>
great The rate from Pensacolawill
account of our Limited passenger
in the "Deestrick Skule" both by Judge B. B. Liddon returned to his 'II tsJI] All Our Children's Cloaks and Floor Space in this Depart "('! be as follows:

the "skollars" and their friends. '...J Jackets at Factory Cost. ment, we will be compelled to w. To St. Andrews and St. Andrews
home Marianna this <
The public generally expects a great at morning.P. ii:) All our $3.00 Skirts for....$265 clean Hats and out all these Fall are and the Winter Prices 1 t j I points To Apalachicola-$6 00; round and trip Carrabelle-$10.

treat at the performance next Tues A. Klock, a Washington, D. C., : All our $4.00 Skirts:: for.$3 39 that will move them: $S 50; round trip $15.

day evening at the opera houso. electrician, registered at the Merchants '(,11, $1.00 Hats for..:........... 79c i- These fares include first-class
yesterday and is All our S5.00 Skirts:: for $4.20 $160 Hats for......... ..... 993 P f cabin stateroom and meals. Bargain
The Younger; Married Couples' attendingto -U All Skirts over $5.00 at 25 per $2.60 Hats for .... .... .....$1.87 Further information can be securedby
fx the electrical works at the forts. ........... applying at the company's officesin
$3 00 Hats
t. Euchre olub meets tomorrow even cent of!. for ..$236 i !
with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eitzen .fil'' $3.60 Hats for ...... .... .....2.69 i' )I the Thiesen building.
7" ing O.C. Newman: and J. V. Klein, ,..;; All our Flannel Shirt Waists at $4.00 Hats for .... .... ......$2.93 5
< >
Miss Annie Lowe being the special ti i 20 per cent oil the Regular All 5,6,7,8,9 and $10 Hats at /
Minnesota tourists, are among the 'fi j Special communicationof
guest of Mrs. Bierck. Price. 35 per cent off the regular price. )
interesting guests at the Merchants.Out .(1/. 1 1f I'.4 Escainbia Lode No. 15,
..:. (..' F. and A. M., 7:30 p. m.,
A delightful trip was given yesterday of to the of the f:J; Carpets Rugs Mattings and Oil A Wedoe-day, January: 2jth.! Stylesat
afternoon to Mr. Chas. A. respect memory' Cloths. :||:1) Work in M. M. degree.

Swope of New York. Mr. W. C. late Judge Bonifay, the-fiags at the ; 15 Rolls of Good China Matting, this sale..... ....IS.('c the yard ; Visiting brethren are cordially
Wherritt and Mr. J. T. of city hall and county court house ] tl invited.
Sturdy 'I fi 10 Rolls of ExtraGood China Matting this sale.... 23c the yard ,() W. D'C. KESSLER,
have been half )
flying at mast today.
New Orleans, officials: of the L. & N. ..; 12 Rolls of Fine HARRY W. GIBBS
( : Japanese Matting, this sale. .. .... 243 the yard W. M.

a R. R.for the'purpose of showing the I tl;:) All-woolS ply! Ingrain Carpet at ..-''" .........67'oC the yard I(:) Secretary.
B. P. Jones and B. M. Jones, turpentine
terminal facilities of the road, and ".0 One Piece Fine Moquet at... .... .... .:: ...........$1.39 yard laid
idea of the b men from Valdosta, Ga., are "Deestrick Skule" at opera houseTuesday
give an capacity
I j it 15 per cent off tha Regular Prices. .
and of Pensacola harbor. at the 1( night, February
1 grandeur, Merchants (I), -- -
These gentlemen expressed; great Shoes. ; MONEY 1.80
interest and pleasure iu all the different Mr. Kirk Armstrong of the 28th, i3 L Clothing and Hats. 1(f'' .

t r sight U.S. Infantry brother of Professor .: Ladies' Felt Juliet, Fur Here is] where Men ; W. R. Meriwether, at 112 !South
The trip was made up the bay by Armstrong of this city.died of small- fi)' Trimmed Slippers at.$1.39 you : Tarragona street, has money to loan

the R. R. wharves then down by the pox Manilla this morning. The (,) L'1dies'elvet Colonial save money.:! F)I in any sum you may require at low
: at...... ...... ... 1.45Ladies' ;
Navy Yard Forts and out into the many friends of Professor Arm- ':: Slippers All our $15 00 Suits for.$11.75 ; rates of interest on personal security
ii' Plain Felt House All ... Pair.Meyer
our 12 50 Suits for. 9.75 M J7tff
:: '; Gulf a short distance." On the home strong regret to hear this sad news, f I) Slippers at............... F9c All our 1000 Suits for.... 82o (I)' .
ll' run, a stop 'was made at the LifeSaving and extend sincere sympathy. e..; 75.Ladies' Lace Pat Tip" All other Suits in Proportion. : -PORTLAXD CEMENT at

::1 (Station,returning at 6 p.m. -- !Shoes at...... '... .... .... 79; A $1 00 Derby for...... .... 89c ills'; $2 60 per barrel. A. V. CLUIIBS, -

\}I The pleasant party enjoying the trip The dancing class of Misses O'Leva II) 63 pairs Ladies' !Spring A $1.60 Derby for..... ....$1.25Af260 :,(I), Corner Bru and Garden Streets.
It'? Shoe, Lace and Button 69s; I Derby for.... ......81.95 ..'
1; .. were.lMr.: and Mrs. Johnston and I and Lushington will meet tonightat j:1 67 pair Children' Shoe, A $1.00 Crusher for.... .... SUe i You can get your house Shoe Co
1 Miss Lutimer of Montgomery, Miss I Catholic Knights hall. Lessons f I) worth 75c to $1.i*).... .... 69c l Ii l furnished complete with
See our show window for
10 Mer.'s Oil Tau reHuntingl'5hoes..S:12J -
v free. i pairs ..
, Finny L. Jones :Miss Ernestine ::

;( ''rdham, Mrs. :Marvin MUs Lowe I" ; (Ei:) ; duced prices on Underwear. I(:))1 elegan, furniture at Alar- Fret FurnUlierH 1',,, Cash Only

t: I.udIr.. and Mrs. D. F. Lowe, Mr.J. THE "DEESTRICK I SKU LE." .. ston % Quina's on easy pn U-
< 102 South Palafox St.
:Roberts, Mr. R. B Roberts and I Buggies, Wagons and Harness. ; men ts weekly or mon thlrj.
The _
teacher Mr. Fred Marsh met
:\lr.John O'Connor. H i J.
II I the "fkollars". at the rehearsal of We have bought the entire stock of Buggies!, Wagons Harness ; FOR LUMBERCall -- -

..)" Miss Esther Ureeublatt of A Atlanta: I the "Old Deestrick I'5kule"last night (i :Etc., of the Beers' Carriage Co., and will make this a Special j I II MEAT & MALT has a marvelous
) (il dietetic value. While refreshing and
1 arrived last afternoon and is the [ and from his first day's work there ( Department under the personal management! of Mr. Beers in the ; on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. pleasant to take it helps assimilation
for estimates" before 1
:: placing
guest of her brother GreenblUt, |I are no indications that he will spare future. ; i of food. Sold bvDANNHEISSER
orders for lumber. dlG-lrn
: lot E, Intendencii street. The !1 the rod. The parts are all taken Li; Ii;! your BROS.
:young: !lady will remain over for now with Mr. Fred Marsh as teacher. -

Mardi Gras. | Mrs. J. S. McGaughey as Mrs. (Ei:) PLAIN FIGURES. l)

ii Honeysuckle, Mayor Jones, Mr. IBRAWr&TERS9CLEARANCE

\ Capt. W. H. Northupis home from Parkhill, Judge Blount and Judge E; lUiUiom col & S0tt. I
I Washington where he went about Avery, committeemen. 10011 ;

,11'I i The ladies who have charge of the

,11'A i jatldir are very enthusiastic over the L"r.: ; ;;--..'.- __. t. '
for their o.
Tests. I prospects entertainment SALE
Physician's and -- -
they thoroughly appreciate the :

I interest tnat everybody is taking
in it.Among.

P i I I the attractions will be the President. Sec'y and Treat. ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK...

\ Dri,ht's Disease and Diabetes entire Barrancas orchestra, which
: I}I & co. ---
F : Are Positively Curabls. will furnish the music for the BRUNO
78 Boys' Double-Breasted 54.Inch
"skule.. That of itself will be a 2-piece I Heavy Ladles' Cloth in all
!Ii suits all wool, worth $3, special sale Colors
regular this sale b9c
j' If. drawing card as this orchestra. has JIJI WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING DEALERS m ..IIJI $1.98 suit. yard

never played before a Pensacola au. Remember carry a full line of yard.
;Ju1sc Henry S. Foote, a former member ft
. cur State Supreme Court Commission, and one I dience. Spaghetti, Vermicelli, Taliarini, Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at Five Pieces Black Shark SkIn, 41-
Ii.- Of the Ix-sl known (jurists on the Cora,makes prices to suit everybody.Look Inch Dress Goods latest out, regular
; following certificate: THE WEATHER TO-DAY. Spaghettini, Zito, Mezzano, at our Show Window for $il yard, this sale 89c yard.
prices on Ladies' Underwear.We .
" If "I am a.ked to certify the following f&rta A Pericatello, Ditali, Cannaroni, carry a swell line of Ladles' 38 pieces Fancy Dress Goods, wool
..l) veil known pajulclan In srilve and Silk Bale
practice put tocaivabf regular $1 yard, this
Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so
i1 Bright Dlswaw and one of Dlahrtraon the Stillina and Lascagni. 74c yard.
LOCAL FORECAST-Rain to-night and
everybody wear one.
Fulton Compound. lie Ii willing! >ud I
;' probably Wednesday; light to Iretli south Three All-wool Black Hen
Men's French Neck pieces
70 doz
(! lie known,but for professional reanonialtboat! bliBanx. MANUFACTURED FRESH DAILY OF PUREST Heavy
I wiuds. Moreno Undershirts 20c rietta. silk warp regular yard this
''i' At toe ft'Iall.11'I!to nuarelr app urd l>y al
. .' match. sale Sac yard.
drawers to
medical norks I wu asked to luventUati and report -
I the facto which I did any I find and certify aifollowi Temperature In Lad 24 Hours: 00 dos Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30 pieces 30-Inch All-wool Tricot

I'; : Maximum.?.__"_____degrees FAMILY AND SHIP ORDERS SOLICITED. worth DOc, special 35c; all colors, regular 35c yard, this sale
*An old chonl phf lctaa of unqiifntlnnM urtnd* I Minimum-M degrees drawers to match. 25cyard.:
Ing and*In al.llltj ttinfcawi hai Jut altn u-ie.l: i IIP .>niton Compound 30 dos Men's All Wool Red Under JVJust Received a Full Line
t true rn>ult. : BRUNO & 00. '
!t 'Can*No I--Mra.1.chronic Hr''l" I Temperature;; Elsewhere: shirts worth $1,special 75c; drawersto Wuiotings, regular25c yard,this sale
drop.y. rtc; Itmh..wollru" rinmtit; to 15c
1j match. yard.
the bum'nz Compound: lanai the treatment dropsy rtl.vlthnut.pwarrd mult to llun;I da\ndt-r.. Mia. Max.: Telephone No. 207. MOItASSO, Agent, 701 South Palafox. 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-

sl and Caw la-t No.of sMr the ulliumen 11.cbronlc In \III. Brlehfi run-d! Drt.e of 5jfani' I Atlanta-4J 44 Hair Undershirts, worth $1.60. special Day (Skirts worth |1.50, special sale
mandtni: i*.um-n large, drcpoy. eh: In S Btamarck-2 -if $1;drawers to match, in White, 98c each.

..rcH.alliuiix-n altmiurn Taitrnt down ln!'rnlucvd-l.ted to a trace ball and and drou.v a few fnilrrlypone. wrttlater IChlfRKO',Cincinnati ijalVe tOQ-_-_ _._.. ... _.84 ii"!! 54 44 I Red and Fawn about colors.3 doz. Men's Bilk 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-I
re vainrll and wit tor an ?? 64 We have Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool,
.k tendril trip. (Too"or'". It to Ie Lined, fur KrmaneDCf I Huron...__-.._ u jt. BOftER[ WORKS AND MACHINE[ SHOPS ij
) 4 Jacksonville_ ?.___.__ K! M Shirts and Drawers worth $3; special worth $4, special sale $2.48 each.
,' law No SfMn...F._ Chronic dtabttra. plianmairf Kan"uty ____811 54 to close $1.20 each. 60 Ladies' Black and Colored
I 1 days pain-typical dlMippeared ca worol and 1 sugar ever decrea.VnK*av' tlrtt bee ten I Key West _72 sii 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts worth $lro, special

,y oDd report"Sunr Kitumi. half: Improvementwonderful : Memphis_-.___4t\41 "Albd;what auger ferwoli it'"Inif Irwerery are curable lOOL" 1>T these I Montgomery..4" 5s 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladles' Black Tailored and Figured -

{. Com'ouniK but It mu.t..the.. lar.e pbji'clan-'nearly replied a nundred.: 1 d,U'n't know New Sew Vork Orleans-,- .___. _____.So 2ii\ 7j sj Yalm Cods aii ETerilliig in this line Kept Constaitly on Hani 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and Skirts, worth $2 50 to {6,special
Uiy owecaae ?? ??? ,
Red All Wool Undershirts at DOCj sale $1.98 to .93 each.ReadytoWear .
*are any crlurlon." Savannah_____________.44 M ;
"Altett: nun S Foors.r St. Louts M'-.,,. 42 64 drawers to match. Jackets! our price
Asked"RS what MonUiomery h"lno1h 101 t.L'.1'11 ban thought tranelscu"of It.Judge Prompt Work-Reasonable Prices. J JAS HUGHES Prop We carry a full line of Ladies': $1.48 to $8 each. You will save

bole fjunJ."repliedI am uI sled the cure bat tau JJ ,JJ J* J* PHONE 123292. JIJJJJJJ s l s Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
that we can save you 25c on. buying _
Medical works acre that Briefer Disease MARITIME. Remember-We carry a fall line 24 Boys' Overcoats heavy at (!.*)
and Diabetes are Incurable,but ST per cent are of Men's Clothing: Bougnt at 60c on to So; worth nearly double.
positively pound (Common recovering form under ot kidney the Fulton complaint Com- I CREENHUT & CO tJ- dollar. We will close them out at 49;Boys' Double-Breasted 2plec'JIDlt.iwortb
o and rheamatUm over but short resistance) CLIAEED. A. Just K price off other merchants. 11.60 Ipeclal98c suit.Don't .
4- Price,fl for tile Brtfht'i Disease and 11 SO forth -
DUbetio Compound. John J. Fulton Co., I Br ii Manchester Corporation 85M1, ,
Heath by Gull Transit Co fop
tSD Montgomery SSat! Francisco, sole with
r pounder. Fro tcsa made fjr additional cargo e bales cotton,valued at I77..XU; .WHOLESALE GROCERS
criptire pamphlot mallOl1lrco. t Ger si Bylgla.'U. B hrent't>y W L WIt- at Ours. Remember the Place,
ticU .t Co for Gibraltar with 43H.UOO i ftsawn
HANNAH BROS., timber,valued at $).:r.'O; for Newport>
.r Sole Agents for Pensacola. 15,1 with 1.254,0.10 a it lawn timber va'ned ai Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA. IDS s. PaWoi St. F. E. BRAWNER.




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