The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 17, 1902
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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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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Christmas Times .I PENSACOLA MAN SEES MUCH THIS MORNING WITH Scott's EmulMon is an ideal

I. d Produce EXCITEMENT IN ALABAMA. (I GOOD ATTENDANCE. Ai medicine for nursing mothers.
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121-129 But t I Iltell ELcia it milk. Sometimes the motheris
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i About 2 o'clock afternoon
: yesterday I I The Florida Aunuil Conference of''
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: cnn-tintly hind and weak; her thin
Keeps cant.ip a big flht between negroe .
the A.M. E. church convened this
r < at short none1: Holland Cah- '
b:!_'<*. nirdhfid:; Iluta B 19'Ii': iuM' began in a paenger, car betwE'el1' morning with a good attendance, make the baby grow.

rCHHN'Sno i P'.ui.d Be-iMichisrtn Potatoes, Greenville and Evergreen; Ala., and there having about changes all that. I
Red ilobe Onions, Extra Fancy
lieu Davis, Baldwin. Russet, Hub- several Persarola people present I Ivi-itingministers; from all parts of The rich cod-liver) in Scott's
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no noi bardson i and New York Spies Apples said this morning. that the greatest
-- Florida Oranges, Ruatau GocoHiuit Florida a* fur south as the Aucilla Emulsion feeds the mother antigives

.- ; : *, L L. Hii-ins: full weight; excitement prevailed for some time. river. flow of rich, nourishingmilk
i I I Texts Pecan, Mixed Nut, Mixed The train was that known as the"Cant.ou
.< \ YOU CAN GET fc< ', Candy, Large and Smooth Stick The morning session was largely: for the baby.
; Hall Limited,
j Candy, White Red Kidney and and is one devoted to assignment: of minister,
Lima Bean ; California and Virginia of the fastest operated on the M. & medicine in Scott's
A Box of Nunnally's Candy.; = 1 1, Black Eye Peas, Virginia Pea- and this afternoon welcoming exercises -:

'' nuts. Cheese, Bntter, extra tine, in M. division. The speed was increased will be held. A speech from I Emulsion not only strengthens
A Box of Bishop's Prunes stuffed with 'I' 10 20 and 30- Beets
pound packages! ; yesterday on account of the
Horse Radish, Cotton Heed Hulls in Hon.John Eagan is ou the program. I the mother but goes naturally
walnuts. I train being behind time, and it was -- -
Sack?,Cotton Seed Meal, Best Shorts
if.j the milk and -
through strengthens
Imported stuffed Prunes. and Pure Bran. while trying to make up this time
j A.Box = To arrive today, f>tjO boxes Indian CHRISTMAS the child.Nothing .
( River Oranges. Will be sold at that the fljht started.It .
A Fruit Cake or Plum Pudding, any
once. No fancy prices.
could not be learned what the to harm-all forgoodScott's .
size.A'Jar Send in your Holiday Orders at I
f*> !Iii! once so they may: have careful attention trouble was about, but it took placein SHOPPINGChristmas Emulsion.

or Pail of Mince Meat.A 4 and packing and before a negro car, and all the efforts of
prices advance.
Can of Soft Shell Crabs.A L ff"Ship us your Turkeys Eggs: the tralnmeu to suppress it met with \\'e'11 semi>mi a 1 tile to try''you 1ke.
and Produce and get btst obtainable failure. The conductor, seeing I shopping is now going I <( (I PI X LOW':\t., 4") Pearl street, Net_VOTk.
Can of Green Sea Turtle Meat or prices. with rush in -- -
more trouble ahead, hastily pencileda on a the city, and all 'I -

I soup.A f Geo. \IV. Pryor & SOD message, and, as the train stores have engaged extra help to ,,

Can or Jar of Preserved Figs. dashed past a telegraph station keep up with the increasing patron-

''' j threw it oil. It instructed the age. The late closing rules are now ELECTEDJFFICERS
Teh-phono No. 1_.). operator i
.1 Bottle of Pim Olas, Olives Farcias ---------- to wire the authorities at Evergreen observed by all stores and after supper

li 'r Olives. N ; to meet the train and arrest every night parents come downtown i'

? Trine of Pate de Foie Gras. i the combatant The message was and have an interview with I I

f" a Piece of Roquefort Cheese. m i H.IkLFMAN'8 I -ent, and when the train rolled into I. Santa Several Claus. I( CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL BEGINS
stores have been gaily bedecked -
Evergreen, half a hundred men stood

a ompt/Polite and Efficient Service. rn i ,.. on the platform armed with double. with evergreens, and beautiful -I NEW YEAR WITH
"Tyi ""."'."
". >i nick Delivery to any part of the ill I 'r-T i barrel guns and rillc*. Eight ne- ferns adorn some of the interiors. I NEW OFFICIALS.

: \< < FRUIT STAND jjiir Displays of toys are never failing
'f y. C v ,) groes were taken from the train, one ---

g i It .. iI of whom was badly beaten, his nose, attractions to people of all ages; and
I |k A n A ..A..........w.J.i| : The Central Trades Council helda
: I 315 SOUTH j jaw and skull having been broken, many cases of children arriving late
PALAFOX ST., very interesting meeting last Light
SOL CAHN & CO. from school
have been of daily re-
j and other inflicted. The
I Nest to the 1'ublal TvIeRraph Ottlce.I Injrries In the old armory building and elect.

i : I Fruits Nuts Candies negro, it was thought, would hardly port. ed officers for the ensuing year. The
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Staple and Fancy Grocers. I surviveIt The expre company has also

fI 1\: [ Cigars, Tobacco, &c. been forced to engage an extra olficers chosen were: !
; IIOM: : ITS. u*.+) C \t'CH.\.I'J.\ SAuWS was reported to the police authorities President-Henry Jeudevine,from
... force, and letter carriers from the
I here today that five negroes the union. **
; FOR CHASE &SANBORN'S FAMOUS COFFEES- : Full postcflice daily with large mail
i Line of Stationery. I had been shot and killed after Vice-President RIera,from the

would respectfully a'k our friends i out of the > i *.* having been taken from the train, packages.-- -- -- --- Clerks; union. I

\ end for the their Holidays.ordr- earlvo Write as for to insure-ife Catalogue. Hi.a njCHRISTMAS r i. LARGE STOCK OF FIREWORKS. but this is discredited.Dan MRS. J. GRIFFIN Recording Secretary-O. Peter, j

Murphy and Hop Lee, the from the Motormen and Conductors :
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Chinaman, were among;, the passengers :

':\,"" $ $ ::
both been to Birmingham.Saved from the Barbers union i j
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Josephine Griffin died early Trustees-Jack L. Beirne,from the ,
at Grave's Brink.
this morning at her home at the Typographical union O. Jacobsen, !
i corner ; J
"I know I would long ago have
s- Morris been in my crave," writes Mrs. H. 11. of Intendencia and DeVilhers from the Painters aud Decorators, ,,
i1 BRA WNER9St Xewsom, of Decatur, Ala., "if it had
streets. She will be buried this afternoon union; H. Pons, from the Barbers.
HAS MOVED FROM RAILROAD not been for Electric Bitters. For
three years suffered untold agony; at3:3u in St. Michael's cem Hereafter any member of a local
STREET; TO HIS OLDor; AX D, from the worst forms of Indigestion.VVaterbrash .
etery. The immediate cause of her union presenting a current working
Stomach and Bowel
,136 East Intendsncia
Street. Dyspepsia. Hut tlm excellent medicine death was a tumor, with which: she card will be admitted to meetings of ,
dJ SPECIAL did me a world of stood. Since I
t f Here you will find a Full Line of ,I j wing it I cant heartily and have had been suffering for a long time. the council, but will not possess

tamed 35 pound: ." For Indigestion, Her death, however, was wholly the privilege of voting.
;: HOUSEM and Kitclin! ? Furniture, L,,*s if Appetite, Htomach, Liver I,
unexpected.Five : Delegates were instructed to impress :
and Kidney troubles Electric Bitters
SALE j I j Mattresses!", Carpets, Rugs Mate I '
are a positive, guaranteed cure. : daughters and two sons survive upon the members of their respective : }
j ting*, lilts Stoves and everything Only oOj at W. A D'Alemberte'sdrug .
her of unions the of inquiring !
in the Hou-e-Furnijhinp: store, 121 :;. Palafox street. I one the daughter being I necessity -

I[ Line at Moderate I married. of all persons if they possessed
II JWI'OIITLAND CEMENT at The pall bearers will be Messrs. a current worklugcard before
PICKED OVER. i Cash or on the Instalment Plan. 52 60 barrel. A V. Uu'BUh, I
-Corner Bru and Garden /Streets.I David Tobin, Joseph Hilliard, Allie closing a transaction. I

.-4 I Heavv Ladle," Cloth, -- -.- -------- I --- ----- Under the new constitution,news-
HI all In Boys' Double-Breasted 2 piece'! Riera, James White, Capt. Stearns
l Hors regular |1 yard, thi- -altvjc\ I suit*, all wool, worth f;3. special sale II J The best and cheapest; place where i'I You can get your house and Joseph Crona.COMPILING paper reporter will be admitted to I

rd. I U suit. I you can' buy Christmas presents is at furnished complete at Mar- ---- future meetings. .'
llHuemberwe: carry full line of Mrs. John F. Pfeitfer's, Xo 211 East :I --- ---- \
ive, Piece flick| (Shark SkinJl Boys' Pants from :8 to Ill age, at Intecdencia street. '1 ston # Quinces on easy payments NEW"CITY A Single Unite. I I
Dress: Hood*, latest out, regular I to -ult \ I
prices everybody. 'I -- -- --- weekly or monthly. Sometimes a single dose of the !
irJ this sale Me yard. Look at our Show Window! for Try Clam Boullion \ rignt remedy will cure a serious case
with ----
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prices" ou Ladies' Tnderwe-ir. i DIRECTORY of illness. It has been said if the
ipces Fancy Dress Goods, wool I
regular $1 yard, this sale i We carry a swell line of Ladies' Whipped Cream at Solomon's. {i Hot Rolls, at 5 P. m., lOc liver could be kept in good condition
.J.' Flannel and silk Waits at prices: so j i a doz., at Solomon's. -- there would be no further danger to
I everybody cm: wear on*'. l i iI the human system. Thus a liver
pieces All-wool Black II l'n. 70 doz Men's lIl'aVFrl'nch Neck 0. B. Sinclair and H. H. Sher tonic becomes the mot important
Ik warp, regular$I yard, this Moreno Undershirts, special 2uc could hive.
I ; f'i mf'dicineyou
I. '' the
ard. woodrepresentio Wiggins
drawers to match. I II t8BIaIt [ l City ICURA is the best liver tonic; one
30-inch All-wool Tricot; I CO doz Men's Fleeced Lined t'n- Directory Company, of Columbus, you can take with pleasure becauseit
regular 35c ,yard, this sale dl'rlhirtworth &ic, special 35e; will insure you beneficial results. i
drawers match. 0., are in the city. They have put a :'
| T1E IiEWIS GO. Hold; by all druggists. !
iff" .: Received a. Full Line 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts | BEAR corps of men to work here securingdata .
regularise!; yard,this sale worth $I,special 75c; ; drawersto ',Ii 1
match. for a new city directory, which

-' Rpady-to-Weir Rainy- 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel'- will shortly be issued. '
Old old iron, metals of
"-. worth *l I.50, special sale Hair Undershirts, worth f 1.50. special rope every I'
This firm is the foremost description. Reference: An bank ,
SI drawers among ,
to match, in White
; WHOE8A1E1QUORDEA1ER8IjAGENTS[ in Pensacola. Write to J. W. Wat- ; j
'! Ready-to-Wear Rainyirt : Red and Fawn colors.; I directory publisher? of the country, kins, Brunswick, Oa. I
guaranteed:' all wool, We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk I II II
:, -i-pecial ale S2.1x: each. Shirt and Drawers, worth {3; special and lately have issued, books on ---- ; ,4
I adieV Black and Colored to close $1.20 each. Jacksonville and Tampa, Fla.; Mobile I -+AT-+- ; '
i J :Skirts, worth $1 ;AI, special 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed i FOR-, ;
-. each. and Montgomery, Ala.; Nash 1
and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at ;
1 ,.adies Black Tailored and Fig- 25c; drawers to match. I ville and Memphis, Tenu.; Macon, ROCH'SYOU ,
Hk iris, worth |2 M to $ti, special 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and The Celebrated Green River Hunter ,
tl.lte to$4' u> each.! i Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c-: I Savannah and Brunswick, Ga.; Lexington WILL FIND THE

,dyto.1V'ear Jackets, our price drawers to match. I Ky., and other cities, both
to Js each. You will tare We carry a full line of Ladies'. Deep Spring and Albert Moore FINEST FRUIT CAKESIN l
v by looking at ours before Men's and Boy's and Girls Shoe: i north and south.It .,I

.t that we tan save you 25c on. I is the intention of this companyto THE CITY AT ONLY
-)'s' Overcoats heavy, at fLto Remember-We carry a full line I tD. WHISKIESSaIII .- !'
worth nearly double. of Men's issue a Florida state directory in 1
Clothing Bougnt at oOc on 25 CENTS PER POUND
vs' Double-Breasted 2 piece i dollar. We will close them out at the near future.
rth.Jl.50, special 9sc suit. |just :'j price off other merchants. i ITZ BEER WHITMAN'S INSTANTANEOUS

One Bottle of Bunutt's Vanilla Extract it CHOCOLATE I
-AND- better than three of the doubtful ,
Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look, AND

">. Remember the Place, White Rack Mineral Water.WHMWHNmNMWJ kind. Though costing a few cents VAX HOOTERS COCOA. "
more per bottle, its purity and great
strength make it the most economical
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nG 525252Sd52525(1 fog survived to witness the realization

.of so many dreams of our glc-l

The Matinee Girl tP AMUSEMENTS. rions future.

e This great residence plateau whichI

P at the PlayTHE = have flowered as with a "silver

since first gazed over
A PIKERO PLAY. pen" my eyes
I Its charming undulations, is at last

MOST ATTRACTIVECALENDAR I "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray," : being utilized, and so rapidly fllliig

originally produced in this countryby up that such suburbs as New City, .

I v Mr. and Mrs. Kendal, later play. ; Wellsburg Montgomery ville, New for infants and Children.

1'w ed by Olga: Nethersole and Mrs Chicago and North Pole will soon ,

Patrick Campbell will be presented be lost in Greater Pensacola. Ij II | Castoria r is a harmless: substitute for Castor Oil l'.(, .
OF THE NEW YEAR ) + gone, mill : Syrup*. It is IMeuMiu
._ y 1- here next week 'by Miss Rose Cogh- THOS. MCMILLAN. Drops .Soothing Ir|
I903 r \ I : contains neither Opium, Jlorphino nor other Nan ,. "
Consists of six sWts each 13: ) ; lan, whose performance of the erratic -i i -- I Mibotuncc. It destroys Worms and allays )'p'ensionIt

special 10 in., in finish It colors that gives, with it an the adita true\ ,.!1 '+ t Paula is generally conceded to CUMINC HERi- cures Diarrlura aul Wind Colic. It ..relit.\'t''i! T.-, ."><

yrabr color eili-ct. The accompany surpass any of her predecessors in ins Troubles and cures Constipation. It rcgulatr u,,
s}:d ing reproduction creatly reduced of one in of sir the,' subjects and .\t ,i t intensity and dramatic strength. Stomach and IJowels, siviiiK healthy and natural d i II ',.
r without the enliveninK effect of tho Ir This production will be one of the FOR TIMBER The Children's: <<.>aTheIother's Friend
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rich coloring Rives hut an imprrfiTtidea i
eenus of of tho of tins charming I \' \ t 1 1. events of the season in Pensacolaand I i The Kind You Have Always Bou: !l'

/ should receive the patronage it
How to OhtaU II.-Rnnt s-
where. is certain to deserve The date fixed The big steamship Jacob Bright Bears the Signature of
CAIn or etemle; OK, prepaid on receipt '
of he In ttunp and a Globe for Miss Co hlaB's appearance is the an old trader here, sailed yesterday I
! design latHsl Uleii Irum a Gold Band
r Ham; OK, for he .. aDd the 2Gth, the day after Christmas.
'' (Mob design telwl groom a piece of \ 1e for Pensacola from Newport and will
Mold Band Baixin:OR.fnrfcc postage )..+t
,, and White Label EnrUi-h hacnnlubfliOK { load here with the usual big: timber
dealer haMi'Ulmemeal
*. we will mall calendar nn receipt r' (tdn SOME NOTABLE ATTRACTIONSAmong
''k of xe In _ump If yon **nd m cargo which she invariably takes I #
I 'n ordrr(or one piece of either of d I
;, the three product mentioned and the notable attractions secured out. Several vessels of her siz9 have In Use For Over 30 Years.
allOl give us the name of the dealert i
through Thu whom. lon wtah the price It delivered of SO-C/ETYDRANAt: for the season by the opera been chartered and will load here |I tNt rraau. eo....... tt.e..av.t.rrt. .te.0". Ctt
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' arthetccairndareanbewvrdby ihitAaAautfurPerfyn8tMf.- --v;: _....:0 house management may be mentioned "'-
t 11:4 rorrhoiw of choice either goods of the abovenwnlloued --.--.,,.,..v. ed :\ LeMayne, who will appearin !i during the Dext 20_days II'II'I -- --
ARMOUR PACKING CO., Armour Station, Kansas City Kansas.I the latest New York society sue- J j I Foils a Deadly Attack.

; 'cess, "Among Tho=e Present;j" Lewis >! "My wife was so ill that goodphysicians : #,-ii W. B. WRIGHT GOfflPJEMANCFACTDRERS

Morrison, who will, of course, be were unable to help her," I ;

seen in his old familiar role of Faust;jI '1! writes M. M. Austin, Winchester,
'' Ind., "but wa completely cured by j \ I \ AND DEAi ..
I and Miss Kathryn Redder. Dr. King's New Life Pill." They | \ I l4"::
f. work wonders in stomach and liver 't LUMBER LATHS

i CREATURE THE CONDUCTOR. 'i troubles. Cure constipation sick. r ,
!headache. 2oe atV.. A. D'Alem-1 I .

I There seems to be an erroneous I'I street.berte's drug store, 121 ri. Pulafox ,I j' f SATED CYPRESS SHINGLESKUiPENirACOLA. I u!ii:

I Idea extant that about all of the -. n ----- I
a4o sb0:0e'yn i I! Italian musicians came to this country -.! O.1..BTOR.IA.. ; --=- FLA
3 r.cow.-a :- .- ..6.:2ba. vrA 1 1e with B inda Rosa, whose tribulations !! Bears the The Kind Yuu Hale Aaass! 3001 I
afforded much news for the !' >{+ # !
I vle press a few years ago. Creator, _._ I i i i COAL AND WOOD.WE

however, member of .
4 e N. GOLDRIN +c was not a that
unfortunate: organization. He came i i ito EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER H
this country less than three years :
1IVr ago, and he came alone with his

I trombone. He played as a soloist in SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC.t\t.:

$1'LARGEST*[ Ye Atlantic City for a season, but soon ONE CENT A WORD. i

became the leader of baud known ...... -- i1 Thompson Olsen & C
aN a - - --------1! J.,

-- ....... as[, the Royal Italian Land. Ha was j MONEY -TO LBNU. II I
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= not afforded full sway there how-i I Manresa Street, Telef hone 1 ; ;.
v ever, so he left it in the spring of on improved I -- -
| real estate, in large or small )i
v'e 1902; and under the of ESTABLISHED
!! management j amounts at low rate of interest. : 1863.
c :y LIQUOR DEALER Howard Pew and Frank Gerth, both I Call on Le=lie E. Brooks attorneyat -

I famous, and experienced band managers building law, 204a 5. Palafox St.: Fisher 3mlm McKENZIE OERTING & CODKALKB8 ,

organized a new band which __ ________ __ i
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e '(.Ii' famous all over the country almostin :MONEY money? TO-DAY-Do You can borrow you teed :j and General
Ship Chandlery llardoiare
a few days. He is a man of genius
1 amount you want today on easiest
IN WEST FLORIDA. and destiny and is winning his success terms and lowest rates anywhere :j flOS AND 80S 8. PALAFOX 8TKKKT.

; 1 with marvelous[, rapidity.This obtainable on improved city real I
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: 1I representative musical I .tatpfrom111.. Fisher, 204th S. LCH3T>JOTr- --
v or-j, Palafox Street. lu-tl REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROERLINO '
7 LT LOWEST WHISKYlHOUSE\& I f fF' fI : January gamzition 2'2.FRESH. will be heard here on j I _. -- WIRE ROPE, A. RDSHELASON a PUMfH

: -- IF YOU want to borrow money in- CUffS Csrditi firsts, Oils, listlcil InitrosinlJ.! Chris iichn, JliUCOMPA8HKS.
ve-t money in-ure your proprtvprocure .
r; abstracts of title, LOG'). T('
SAGE LEAVES. : buy orsill
i .IN PENSACOLA. : ) real estate, rent property ofI i iHiiy I I C. McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Agent f.r K ir Flint-' H-.> ..v. t 0ciatlon. .
IIi Ue-cript'ou. have rpiit-1 collected .
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I i>r your taxes atteiid-d to
& I After the nnj-t cveip summer call un"r adilreTho Watson:

REMEMBER THIS ., I drouth of the pat qu.irter of a century entPfnsdcola, Fla. Charges; ,
: .v it i i- in-piiut.> to find the moderate. To everyonewhobuy*

t. We give you the Best Whisky, Ketter Whisky, : Pensacola market crowded with a lot from u< we will lend money o--OF-Q '

o Hetter Meamrc, Better Service and tie. te.r Treatment : "!Teen*," and the country cattle in with which to build. a hou*e. 81-tf', Florida
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; all the through than house in :: unusiully line condit >n.
stj way any our I Ilntlt ... !' -- -
I THI J'lln .h..I.
;4 f line of business lcffsgirenor can gire. We are Since the rains commenced in I i I I I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terming
September, a fair crop of Iri-h potatoes '
: beI! -- -----
;I working for a a prw'J'Jthe principal of honesty : Hchooi will
& hB been made from seed of the
t' opened at ;3Dit; \\ right ctreet.
::z in the Whisky Jjitsineit and we go to e.v : j'Early Triumph. W. H. McMiIiau: Oct. 1 bv Mis! Marjjartt lacl. Y. Beautiful Lots for Sale.

tremc in carrying out our idea. You can de 1$ will have several barrels of these J-tf) |I II I'I I IH '40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, acc rc

on it that will always get a shade the 'fancy, new potatoes for the holiday i I'oilt -id. i :
pent you I'market. !I _, _______ __v,_?__ ing to location and surroundings.
best dealings have with Gold- I .
oj'any you may I rrt : -
1 C. K. of A. hall for rent or dances.etc. '
: ring. Every order and everylhing! pertainingto :<=1 It was very dillicult to start sweet Apply to A. ;M. LeFrancois ; Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful !

the execution of your commands will be personally .e'J potatoes those that during were planted the dry season have yielded ; but- ,I Thu,. Johnson cf Dan Murphy.( I I28olln !j High, Dry Fertile. Lands.

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looked after. tt f: t tr' tolerably well. '1--' -I
1 #.' SMALL: store and dwelling corner : 'The grandest opportunity for investment ever
j I II Is r' Many strawberry beds suffered i| Coy and A street, \\'e't Hill; together j
offered in Pensacola.
I! : great damage: from the long continued or separate. W. A. Du- .
Whiskies in Barrels Liquors in Cases. boi"nu. 2)Lnlm'I -- -
drouth. The crop of homegrown : ;
I IJlAIH Rome Seekers Should See These Lots.
nj I'.r Gal .j berries mu-t surely be light .
l ; Bottlei < U'IN.! --- ------ --
; e Old: \ r..u o"Poncl "> I t anrlS the coming eaou in constquence. !I ... ..... ,...., ,
t Lily. ... ...... ... 2"" : Lily ...... .. ... .. .. . MHermitage 11R3.- SARAH-----ImmXE-lallufj-------- 'T.Clubbs
+1 Old Trow X. .... ..... ... -75 1 Gin .. .. ... .. ... .. .. .. .... i'1 The farmers are planting: fruit and ', Hirer and dealer in Hair Good> atBwg tai's w
Old Crow XX.. .... ,.. at 110 I I ...... ...... .... 75; 11 1\ nut tree* at a seasonable date. Over I Ii I Iht Toilet Articles. Hair Oil

Hermit: ..... .. .. ...... :* lIIll Old Crow...... ...... .... .. 75 i a thousand dollars have recently! etc., 320 We't Governmenttreet.. Corner Garden and Bru Streets.
'a Old Danville Pure. Kye... 3: his Goldring's Nc.3. ... .... ... 11M) gyp been paid out to the agent of a Nashville
'c AtiPtton.l'nur Old.. 3 VJAtterton. I t 1";. H RollinsOld ..... ...... .. 11M) 'I ",A l'i'l.'l';U.
Six Year Old. i Log Cabin..... ...... I (M) ; nursery for trees and shrub- -- Jl'c. KKKXT, WM..H KNOWL.KH W. K. H YK&, JR.. J.H hPresident. 'P .

,a LOS Proof. .. .... .. 400 Ander-on: Club...... .. .... 11k) I'I I bery. WANTED-A1I kind* of beer Vice l'rt ldAnt. /'.sbur A 11' .
: : : ; lob ... .. .... .... empty
o' Ooldrln\.t u. 3. Fine Rye 4 tutH. (iin IIMJ The pear and orange seem to have bottles, r*. A. Kriednvin.
H. Rollin.. .... ...... 4 I t) Gin Pnophateliiichu ... .... .... Ill\J lost their n'J-tf
,t Florida Club ... .. .. ... o 00 I OinWion ...... ...... .... l re} reputation. WANTED Organizers ... ''
I Peter Cot.per ... .... ... 6\ '1.0 | ; Whi-ky... .... ... ; Mot of the tree now being planted 1 accident death ani old: we pay: benefh First National Bank

;; Yellow Label..... ..... I r 0" Paul June..... ...... .... 1251 consist of and wal "; renewal contract age. American -
Mumut'Extra Kye... ... ti W l ,, Parker Rye. .. .... .... .... ; nuts. top Frat nJllv.. Wahiiii'tii, D-
Winky Peter ..... ...... .. I
Genuine N. C. Coin *- Cooper The will C. !/
nut trees :
.... .. ... .. .. ... ... 200'j Yellow Lihel... .... .... .. I 50 : eventually grow j -rawtt OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
l Old Log; Corn Whiky.4 oo I Murray Hill! Club... .... I 5U ., into valuable timber when their \\'A l'J'U--\I..u; to learn barbei
c Montreal ;Malt: Rye ..... 4 u) ]I Green River.. .. .. ..... I &o bearing period shall have failed. trjdo. Steady prictice. iu-true- DJR.EOTor: : H.

GIN.: I! With good farming and a little1' tnll.ll"cturp.! and desnoiKtration- WM. H. KNOWLE9 W. A. BLOUNT. f. C. BRENT A. K HH. ... .

: t'er.RI I I3ll'(4lTIIvINIs.: : discretion, the orchard will grow More experience. in one month D. O. 1JRENT.ii .

I .: Holland . .... . .. ... .f-' 11111 i| Krmlrlck !'-lUirkhrlmer. I rapidly while producing profitable thin W. old meth' d in one year.

s, Imperial Imported .J-iue... ........ ................ 4 3 00 00 I, Krledrii'k Krote Krote--Kor'ter.Laubeiiliiimer.Kriedrick crops. d tv.tgeand.. C.taln hop. ue experience mailed i natur-free I r ag D Di1L Mm n Ml A ni \:
M-iler ttaibtr
: ., I, Kritdnck Krcta-Hockheimer. : Penacoli seemto be taking on a leans, Li. College, New Or.s n D 0 C ,

,, \l INI I. : Fried rick Krote NiersteinertiloeckCunlilTr kind of spontaneous suburban outI __ _,_ _'rui. i
Per lial j Uob+onA Co..1'ortet ranetCunlitle Ju-t at the time '
|i growth. when our WANTF.D-lftO( gentlemen
: to joii
:o; Port.Port. Dome-tic California. 1 i oil i I i J'obontl'o.'t Julian.Axel. ::, !I timber Deemed tD: be:: failing and it the PeiisJi-ola Pressing Club 9'', t rWe draw onr own Bllla of Exchange: on Great Britain, IT- d

Port. Imported. uu( AUIII-tolle. Bags Iuner. Port. I I I was predictei that our glory was del South P.ilafox. Clothe cleaned Germany France Austria, Italy. Holland, Spain, Belgium Rcubla : J
Tuncli.Kootli. i
WHIP. DometicSherry. -.. o I and prfo "pd.cdl1fod for and delivered Sweden.: Denmark and other Enropean countries
tag Sherry 1"1 O Iiahlgren Clrraos; Pun-ch. e.., | parting forever, the products of the for $1 1 per month. Jhulra.MAI. way.
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Sherry, Imported... .... 4 it' ) Julietlrnnantt'otiautrsautrrnNr iie II interior found their way to our CJjy Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Term, and t t f
e; Angelica 2y I Alllbt'I..Iond.Tcpasbrrry.are ,; port and the fatocean-oiagsteam-: *-: IIIKI WA>TII>. l Obligations Taken Payable at Port of nestir-atlon'Ten or Fifteen J.)< .t i
Imported and
Catuwbi 1Claret ) are In Original (.;!I'h. PackageSit -. to i! er* from afar elf are rushing hither THREE young men- from- Pen-acola--- after Vessel Arrives there.

.; fi*> I I.K UK.NTlm ".,: I for export cargoes Of grain cotton and Poitionm vicinity the at onoe to prepare for CWSafety Deposit!Boxes for Rent in Connection
I.U)1. and minerals.I Government Ser1 -
Prrfel ROfdc cr Champ oFS. : vice. Apply to Inter-State Uorre* with which we have a Pria rurtment for the U"
I I What
{ .t1 -' tl\.l) I an awe-inpinng spectacleto : In-t.. Cedar I*. r'X! .2m of T.ftn*"r..
: In fact 1 k.p rvrq tlilng in the gaze upon such monstrous vessels
brands too ,
t have mauy more Liquor Line. +
.; numernuto mention.ItKANDIKS. I ..'t ] as the Pectan now loading along- 1'Oit I'+Al..L ,
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: I BIt\-tllt HOICKS: .:+ site of the L. & N. Terminal with a A BARGAIN can be-had- in one- -ol [ WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !

Per Hal I .aMreet.Opp. L'nion Depot ,+ mixed car,;o for the Old Worlj.i the finest residence and most desirable

+J Rrandv X .f 2tAl' Phone-. : i The Spanish Dry Dock which has rection- Northwest Hill, to come fwtay. .....fif oar ban.. .
Brandy, XX .... ... 400 subject to guaranteed !lease at fair > ..r. .hat lranit' i or'itm ." II' III
: I' Palafox Strrft ..,.. .....Pbont7l ;, been removed from Havana is a sea for three tu we It! .; c
year* Plano' Vme. can .. ,
It B. Domestic. 2 00 .
Hraudv. W. .
( i' our"< )4. 'eivi t t. ***'ifta .
H. P. Brandy. Imported 1 >rI and Rrlmant..Yhonel4I [. monster of the first magnitude. he seen at my office. A. V. Clubb*. >.....,..,f a I i .,f "..j."r 1' '
Long I'littiuce Phone ft*. When the great training Lin- nacola. 6n-2w + hgtw... (if ITrtttfuf IbPn ---
: medicinal purposes. 4 00 f: I ship .. I s rM umieuf. tt:e 1.11
., Cognac; .... ... .... .. .... 1000' P.O.Rotrd. [-: I caster fettle at the yard and the -FOR- I'iALE-The mo-t- -desirable i'\ ,I.....nttt..._prPe...,.,,..,,.Ii"rP.u ",uw 1\11.m utr.....t..l. .I..,.J. .
largest dry dock on the globe lots in the rt- 1.I.aI..a'o1'" r I""Mllhl..1 vr-. -
goes city on terms -
easy by tlseartawlY.eoNralurra
{+ of three of the the Fi*her Real O .e IF re a loO.1>I..... I...... .,.... ,
1 L-irire-t Saloons Penacola.Fl Estate ...
.. am proprietor) in t S::{ ; into practical operation, there will Agency It "I '. .. 10.(1" r"I: o1..... .
I. ., lVnole-ale: and Retail therefore I cm compete with anyhouoin surely be a new dawn of life about 21'VrS->nth_ Palafox._ iSsim I Bat \1' a ; ':' ", .:,,,..;,':11l ,'.: \ :IfI
;, thi- line in the tate By sending a trial order it will ;'ee1 J rPr'DO ...o ., .". '
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the naval reservation. J uurc1ltlt.: J IUII.-e. 'Iff 'Rt ,.
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coiivirc you that} my style of din bntncwill alwt '* plBas*. I ,' .' Ct... I ,' : -
l All orders must be accompanied by P. O. or Expre ;Money Order. t'j Penacola will hare largely in the BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler .. t. ...'".j I ...,. .: '"

1 benefits resulting from these thing -rfJng=. Mary E-tber. Flu Mr fw rP 1'1 rn"An."\I},\\, r.r rrrr 'h w a "

._ ,,* N. COLORING* 1 1 i I hive almost de-parred of living Condon propneire-*. All the a.III 'nft 0: w." I la... .e \. i >>
1 'to twentieth comfort of home at very reasonable JL\.L'', )In A" :'''' UHClU I.' ." re 0&' .. I'u.' I""
see a market-
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer, PENSACOLA FLORIDA. (,; j century rates. Northern tourists will
bouse in the heart of SALVONA SOAP CO. Second & Locust Sts. ST. lOUIS MO.
__ metropolis ,
.. VL. r I find thi* an ideal place to
',{S3:: x..Y r>.v_>"ir7X_. ..K>>x.<_:}_::.:- .'-e 40.:<>'<:-..J": .;,"": A-.,.<>} ... ci but I am truly thankful for have I portion of the season. spend 12alm a I'I'I


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NEW( SAILING Over-\vork'veakens The nnemlci of 'Wild Shrrp. Look Out for Ve\tr. PROfESSIONAL CARDS.w.c.RowEr.i.D., : "

PUNISHMENT. Wild sleep ilipcnd fir preaUst protection Biliousness and liver disordes tar 1 ;f

<; ,,-ntress has dune away with a Your Kidneys. on tLeir: cllmbinu; capabilities. this season may be'prevented by

"toruis of punishment once LIST ISSUED They tra\el v.hcre 10 Ian can follow cleansing the ytem: with DeWitt's I :

under the laws of enlist- I! ,I Ii Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. I and often in cliiiibiiiu! nv their knees Little Early Risers. Tbe-e famous i 'I

But nature never chant's II I instead of their fore hll.lfs Their f.rst little pills do not pripe. They move Office: 1':'* S. Patauox.hfonrsfromstosaJa.m.aiul .)
Sihe still Itt, All the blood in the bowels petitly but copiously, and ,
her pt.-naltu.-s. body 1
your passes through i
Instinct at the approach of an 1 to I p. m
-' the same pUIII.I1IInt i The Gulf Transit Company announces 1 your kidneys once every three n.mutes. enemy by reason i-f tie tonic properties, I ,
I for tw! I! for the niount.-iin! to;>. ainiins give tote and ?trj.i.rth: tn the gland and after o'clock :.

'- t who Ill"l'\-' or.IS the chartering and sailing I r.--h: bleed pursers they filter -, if PO s>ti !(S to pet .b-i\e and kttp ubnvu Harpi- Phairniao.: Jobn sheppard, i '

'\. -i--r.-I aLt !1:1' _wlI..dl ThI w I out the wat cr thc i'J'( my Sidney K1hc.t Phone GO.: :

"," .g I d\ M ,. ;"..1 II! the dates of fifteen steamships in a circular in the blood. \V.l\is. vvoiverenos nml -> ;,iv : S A- i.

'f)J', l't. : ,r if Lt.' \\1.<1: I i : they are sick cr out I their most CDLUUiull 4-1t-mcs. ::uiJ lll' t I
issued this
: .1"J\1 aJlu morning, including JOHN S. BEARD
W .'t''. .i.J ;: I order,they fail:! to do L.UU.S suffer t'\dy from ilji.-f. S SEND YOUR ORDERS ,
.'.. J L\I ; ',!11; ,le,11 ,h.,. I five vessels from Liverpool on the MI'If work. Wolves artcapaMe (>f tiktiig ucnu ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
7Jrn,," coml".t, duIIn.l's Serra Line. Three vessels will I( ,aches and rheu- p-own animals, but in sumun-r Luugtr f

,;:.: ::, :r.iim- carry : come from ex- seldom induces them to make the to Pe- rl & Dolive for carpenter rr : Office?-;8U9 Thiesen Building.

1 ''I ntrous.M. coal to Tarnpico, atid one, the"\Ian. of uric acid: in the I and in winter electrical work.: Rep-iir work a
I S"e J L.'lt' due to neglected struggle; they prefer ; Office Hours-*<:30 a. 11' to I p. m.,
I I \ -in: 5 Itt"pcssU chester Corporation," will fill! cotton kidney trouble. lower altitudes. There are many stories peculty. I
which are 2:30 m. tofi:30p m.
flr" I Kidney trouble causes quick'or told of the lordly l raw doing; battle p.
\ %'i-l" i upon the for Bremen. Four vessels as listed unsteady Practice in all ii'ate and federal court
j !:1 t:1 who eats care- heart beats, and makes one feel as though with wolves, which are on a par with FRUIT CAKE. | All business ontruiird to mo will receive
\ .-,! or irregularly are now in port. they had heart trouble. because the heart is the story of leaping from dizzy heights. prcnict and diligent attention.

l.avebeen A > from the ---- over-working in pumping thick, kidney- The old rams' are c-unhiing. and in this: Don't buy your Chii,.tmis fruitcakes j S

I !In-ginning the eiJences poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It lies their ;greatest safety. They are elsewhere, but go to the Wet
used to be considered that '
of disease of only urinary perfectly at houe on rocky ledges/ I Florida Steam Bakery and pet the : PARKER'S
troubles were to be traced to the kicneys
the stomach and its I where the wolf is not and if HAIR BALSAM
they can beet made at twenty-five cents .
I but modern per a
: associated now science proves that nearly Cltuuri ....1 briuttHei the b&Ir.
-I j } organsof COMING AGAIN I aU constitutional diseases have their beginning gain such a i>ositiou they will, with pound. ISrauttei a Iniuriftri fruwth.Hover .
illjji-stioa; and nu- : Fails jo B<*tore Gray
I \ in kidney trouble. cue charge, hurl the wolf to the rocks ---- -S a Hair to It. Youthf Color.
tntion.I I .
ti batf
I Cunt r ip ftiei Jt tailing
r- Tierce's Gohilscovcry I It you are sick you can make no mistake Ll'low.-\ J. Stone in Outing.! : : : J"e.and|l mat l>nirnaNEW

) the diseased | by first doctoring your kidneys. The mid NOTICE. -
cures The auxiliary cruiser Hartford, and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's 11 r.." It Dud IIl1a'L..
na!Jes the i the In oe of the middle citk-s of the
Swamp-Root, great kidney remedy is
oil un of food, so that the cola Ice will be : STORE & NEW GOODS !
which touched here last :year, is soon realized. It stands the highest fr its I Unitttl States there lived a local wit Delivery Company
-:, irritability,tICr\'o1l5I1eosal1t ln-ld ae the cilice! of the company on
._ which result from inuutri.rul :| again coming to this port, and will i!1, wonderful cures of the most distressing_ 'I' cases ; lIItll1is favorite butt. P.oth were prom- the !8th:\ day of January: 1003, ut 11 NEW DRUGShite's !
and is sold its merits
also. on iui-nt flubitien and culiu-nod the s-anie : o'clock for the transaction of
a. m.,
-' k nine cars auo with; frt T*" remain about one waek. She will be :,,., by all druggists in fiftyi -. ";.J:::::'. .. ..ili.:::; social s-ft.' One was named llick: : and such busine-! < may romp -fore it
tiI \'. ittlMt'.l. of Uuwowl.. l.t.ncn- hero the latter part of February. The |i! cent one-do'lar i z"L[ : -!-"! the other Brown. Klack was iiumutuLite -, W. II )MOORE. JP '
ami her
i- -Had the ili.ti ,1 i es. You have a
may I ill his dress whie: I'.IOXMI c9!( aw4sr
< VI niht. hut It" k >liar was Kt-cretaiv.
Army and :Navy Register; has it that ,i: sample bottle by mail Ume or .
l-r cOllldll'tIr" it al'.1 it i iI
I I car. I lis-s, o1'tI'U:11':11: ;; his filler!; Ul iI- /
how -
i.: then he gave uj the ca-c. also pamch'.et! telling you to find Pharmacy.
the crui-er llulldlo will touch
I I at a' I i in ami :\ finuiculiar: wrhla
i .M it and him T.Ih'o badly' j juuicber |I out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. LiouniinK; ii

.i Mi-manlM- nor har.llyit: thouRlit\11':1.I woulj i of gulf port, including Pen- '1! Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer fnl!! dress suit. lint: fimj1l'l.lIlW'(' lOR.: KING'SI
i of I 2t Co. Binghamton N. Y. I tious t.x'u..l'oI his shortfumm tiuder"igreJ has: opened a
*. i i: hut l'k\.e,1 up"lie IJr Cini'evciiing THE

.m..t.1I0"on..rrh of the tlay-inIll3ch.auil saw I sacol Bth vesseN have been in !.I I i the Pair arrived at a rwrptmi. I TRY NEW\ DISCOVERYFOR DrugBusiniss; in the Kenshaw:

,i-i We a liotl'.e of f>r.M active service since the t::paiiihAmerican Don't nuke any mita
' Di-rfovrry in the house the name, 8wim, Root. THAT COLD.
embroglio. The two 1Itrs nionticned! l'lI1t'r; with a full line of Fresh DrugPer-
':'it r. You n'ctlln,1 it for DKilmer's Hwamp Itoot and fie
n. vi I went to UVuii it. add res.., Kir.gliamt.ou: :\. Y., ou ugp-sti-d a bonmot to I'.rowu, but theOitliiig TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. fums, Soaps and such other articlesas
1 h ciirnl me I Rut two IwtW -
I. "> une anI one half ami Chnrr.rtrr In the Inu. I every bottle. was disastrous. Cures ConsumptionCougiis :; are usually kept in an up-to-date
with diar- "The colors uiiich in evidence
t 'ma bothered aretry -
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Though tIll fl'' lee c-ouutcracting i Drug Business .
; ins'y : -- --- ---- -- I Colds Bronchitis Asthma
tuiii;.:ut. std Brow
-, Pellets cure biliousness. features and siun- upon the face, ears We respectfully solicit a share of
ISIul\'p Mrtue. To which their hostess replied, "Yes PncumoniaHay FcycrPleu.
that are disproportionately I.irge, fat A southern judge who had n fine lot I : the public patronage, promising to i
see they are, and if rumor is to be
--- -- and red bespcaU a coirs'i'iii'ss of nature risy LaGrippe Hoarseness ; both in :
give entire satisfaction
of Logs one day uict a colored man no- credited they are fast colors. ,
sometimes seui&uaEty: and dissipation. torious for and said to him: : Sore Throat Croup and : end !
NO FALSE CLAIMS. stealing "No. IMI, I'roUc' in flack; "Urovvu goods prices.

of "Uncle Jack I'll tell you what I'll do. won't wa.I1."- Argonaut.; "Whoopbg Cough. The Prescription Department is in
rn tors Koley's Honey Lars that stand out from the head i
You pick out two of those Loss; you like -------- Walter H. White
of Mr.
our ,
d" not advertise this as a liIe often NO CURE. NO PAY. change 4
flaps are seen on religiousmen. t f
best, and I'llI"e& them to you, provided FOP Over Siity Years.
for con=umption." They but parsimony Is apt to go with jou \\ont steal any of the others." Pric 50c. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.C I' who will try his utmost to please all
MRS. WiysLow'a SOOTHING HTBUP hAt who may favor him with their orders -
will this dreadt them.
.:tIm it cure The pondered awhile aud final- I
but small been used for over Bitty years by million ol As our clock is entirely new
A long fehapod ear lying
advanced but
:! cases i
in Iy said "Ji-dge; you'te always a mothers for their children while teething,
it will close to the bead denotes refinement, I likes an' I : CUBE YOURSELF and fresh, we solicit a trial order.
,\'dy assert that cure good neighbor, an' yuh, with perfect success. It sooth. the child CM IliffG for nnnatnrai
i r -ta es and never fails delicacy or perception, but also timidity wants to do right by yuh an' so accepts : wftens the gainsallays all pain.cures wind di.charge.&riftamui&tioni.

.fort and relief! in theFlIley' and sei.Mtivem'ss. A thin. transparent de offer'yuh makes, but I wants yuh to i ollc.and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea irritation et mucoa.or meubranes.ulceratiun W. H. White & Co.,

li.okinx! ear shows delicacy and iwticffoliu know lnt I'll lose meat by it-riiila-; U will relieve the poor little eafTerer 1mmediately. Painless and nut aetna

-. Honey and ;:; a thick; ear. the re'l'rSl'n Hold by Druggists In every part genturpoieuXioU& PHONES:
delphla Telegraph.nmlrd
doubt the 8old b' Drugtit% ;
V. ut greatest Refuse ear w't rather low 011 the head di-notes if tbe world. Twentv-Bve cents a bottle orient in plain wm55r. I! Day No. 180. :Night No. 413
i i ing good brain capacity: s-t-t high; or on a Be sure you ask for"M rs.Wlnslow's Sooth l>f exprefls, repaid, (ucII '
the OUput Ul, or 3 bottl.-t. U75.'Juculur 106 South Palafox Street. _
lc\cl with tic ; I', :I limited uieiital capacity I ing By rap, and take no other tied. aebt on icubrsl. __C' -.\
Two Indies at a tea party got quarreling -- -- --- -

-- i I is tlei'oti' juevii. about their respective siu'cs. At I II
in 1 : 0 ril.K CLAIM. I
'I 1 I ,
last, to or.d tlio di"I>tIll'. one of them .. I vRfeolr
n .f the t'nitecl States Frank ('...n.u. Itelnrn //
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said in a conciliatory: tone of"Don't oice: .; 'A = :
IVtsIOflut the >ortberutv SAMUEL CHARLES I <<>Ii I' .
w.1" :
tLIItitI Ilrlti-.h c-nstiN returns ..inmore in- kt us quarrel ovor the matl'rany t i1. 1. '
.- I foimntive t 'diverting;:. but the same nuiro, dear. I, at least have not ., I t qy:;- -f! /i'I.. I 1 [
ii.. No.131 EquIty canimt l>osaid <.f Hie Indian. The Punjab the heart to do It I never knew who ''ti i l J BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, I ..! -; '. ) '

-t als. i i ii returns include professional cricketers my mother was for she deserted me I JJiaiiiiii- I .'", 'f-_ -

"' 'oiicernnthat: inder the Lending of "Clowns! when I was a baby, and who knows : REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT. :I ,t; : ,\ :' .

\'.r.-- .. tiled In and pursuance f nurtdIcauiaun and Tumblers." regarding; them ajiiiareti'.l.v but that you may have boon that heartless ''t ii2Ji'id1; Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 8hoes. Leather: A Kindings. ((2: I. 1:1 l/\":. -.:::lr. II
in the iltt as .Ir. Kipling I
t : tin) l.'ytU dayptr.oi .suint Iarlnt-l'car Weekly. t :- Ii4'i! I.t.'i't1i i iI
'PllO.I151 I. : claiming an The Chcnult his f l.t.I'ix tualo. so\en I ..' 1- '
in court In the said I j : ;J Ii: { \ -. r.;? "
finale :Itdo..\t "SI'\I'n "llq.nII'II1"piano 'I ,...
clitims prupvrlv v"rl.n..J.lI..rk. (;OUiIlS."UVOI.H" ; IN CII1LIIt1'NIIccnliIIsieiulahiun !1" 'f /':\ II -
: and 1"1'1a1 tunws utid tin-' inland state of i J1A I '. !

1st, 110: >!, or failing I' :N'aliiin njyiccs III the pu"sl'.iun jf 2'Cilipowncrs. ; I of Well KrioviiChicago i .WILL MOYER'S. 0 r 11 .. "\'; \.1.1d'
iint shall l>e lorcxtTtlion a .. t :.. : I
in .the di->tribuuscnue. -I' !- In the K< liodulo! aIM appear Ph).klUI ..,Stt,1,

117 "rfceiu'ri i-t stolen goods"
-.I to distribution un. 1 and ; Chamberlain's is'/ L < \ I j jo.
all persons who It"I I j i :ind iL'f.t "witches wizards, cow poison- I u..e prescribe 'WEST! SIDE GROCERY l -.U
all ob ti-
:".tl hIiutunt Security Ktdfiiipiionuinibani .d..l1Ip. ers. tie." There is a frankness almut Cough Remedy for almost > () !

Drbenturn Ke-I I these turns which is \ery eugagiug. nate, constricted coughs, with direct ,

., .i.iy.National( olumbitt 111\1.1 I London LXl'rf'SS result I prescribe it to children of HAS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OFFish I

nil American liwlrmpmy -i all ages. Am glad to recommend it i When Santa Claus ;
uhoe Roe Cranberries Florida Barrel Olives
I corporation i Syrup, J
'. : out 1:1 til" original bill ; Forty Year Torture, to all in need and seeking relief from !i 1

",'L.t i mv I-1' ut fur ary th.of puronatitt iaul cor-of ; To be relieved from torturing disease colds and coughs and bronchial af- Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and Every= t tI

I ii nu"t..i-.h milii\ installment who bolj th"rI their- after forty years' torture might i llictiou It is non-uircotic and safe ;, thing Kept in a First-Class Grocery, Arrives !

inthe hand of the uio-t unprofession
it \ulid unit l..gl1ll'.a'IJ..n'- I i
I well cau-e the gratitude of any one. al. A universal panacwl: for all II I FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION; OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS. !i You can welcome him with cheerfulness -
d..cro' that
lUircilhv That is what DeWitt'a Witch Hazel mankind. lIlt'ARY: H. ;MKLK.V-:
-111 i'iuimhall shuvt-lt. The I and brightness' when I
"nnt. '> intuthecorporation Salve did for C. Haney Geneva, 0.1|I i I>Y, M. 1>., Ph. D., Chicago, Ill. Thi | A Car L Ed of! the Justly CttaM Majestic Flcnr Just Received home is illuminated with your
; : I
>\ I Ii- claim II IU ; Jml. 1 he nit rii i. remedy i.* for sale by all drug;'isu gas.
',"t-'inlai. \'ni to whom He "DeWitt's Witch Hazel i i t
Iurattini says: and medicine dealers. i '! The holidays should be cherry, and
lit--- wr4iiitIe.. and if HHII! pivT 1 '!
,,. Salve cured me of piles after I had
a iiia.Ii tI I'cmtuiniiiil isi-- : for dining
room, parlor
your your j
t;. 'hni Pt lou \'Ol1llll1nII hi'UI.T tlicvi I | j. E. DUJHJISSOX s? BROTHER '
i 1.111.. on tli. Innili I K4ui-il Itth... nikl : suffered: forty years. Cures cut, !i I hall or bed room, there is nothing:

utah l >i-.unt>' It'otll'1l1plI.n I'ompa- burns, wound-, kin diea-=fi;. Be-1 I L W. PEAKE, like the soft rich that radiates
ihe Liondi i *>utd liv oIlier Iiften- CORNElL TAUKAGOXA. IXTKXDEXCl.V hTKEIITS.: ,
i ,i.'ratl.>n hy (In- cluiiiiiint an'l II It Iall,1 ; Dealers in Exclusive
i mary, John Sheppard. Sidney Ka ln.
i "ian* die claimant olHiiinnl anl will do your electrical work in first- I with our pipes send us a postal -
IMT! a9 .n'lIIl1l. purclia-i-r or by I II ; 1 or telephone us and we will have
I !
>! h. \> hat aniuunl ut inoiiev class style and at reasonablp: rates. First-Class Staple and Family Groceries &
I house lit by Xmas.
i yaur up
i iHiniant burrow from of !
any i He can be found! at 30 South Palafox i
orporailous under the c n. E. W. PEAKE i
"- 't IH' -uid boiidH. :.Oth. If the I| street. Phone Juj!I : S FRUITS, NUTS AND EVERYTHING REQUIRED TO MAKE THE HOUSEKEEPERS' II i
'. I ii> HII MKiice or trarsftreK'f : x.). :3u; South Palafox street Joa'PIJi'I I I Feosacola te s Co.
,'S inoriginal l'url'hll.r HEART GLAD AND HER TASK LIGHT.
"' .' 4. .itmii' for Mud inniniit c.tll blK wirc and all kind oftolt'C'lrll'al I will repair your watches and I !

i i ',' : 4.rui'ltlif ditto tliHt-iiI -ujpli.; "-. Hav him do : jewelry in tirst-claas style. J. I tiur6oodtarsReceiv.'d' Fresh Evorv Day. our Price"t'ry Moderate. and of 1nrehiacS ft 25 and 27 E. Garden St.. Peniaccla Fl.
I I I. a ,i I"UII-il: In litimant the l livirrd Kree to any purl of the City. We 81-011.0 a Large A aurtmcut Crockery. :
1 -. '>', I H'\ the iii,1.-( mulct saul your work. (':ilI PI)01D. :lIt.; Stephens. Tiuwaru. Ac.. and you do nut hare to go cl.ewhere for what you needcoLNrRY .
I '
"1'1'''>' lllllll ,
: .rtt-" i P'I ltd in s<> .!''c that ORDERS: SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY SHIPPED. I
iiuiiti,ti 1.4 .asl tuna- -;.ull i-i., with f ,

i "i i.. I I.t.f( t luindi>n-r:..i4rt on naa-h\\ itli th sail'n i 1',1 i,mm immi I- : "'ra i'i'"V : CASTOR !, POBox326. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro., '

0' i .n danx' wilt ten lii<.truini>iit nrr-ii.: -- PHONE 66. Wilson! :
i\,1\, \, r winch b<- inav claim.' :u,.1 ii" ,. .. Orocox-s. George
.. -
'1\ -s ,' !>" r. ,\"ci ..ii-,.pi claim* m 11I ,j, I For Infants and c&iiarea.; ,
|I" list III iilul .u-ciiiiipm,', ,|
: a,- .i'..r I> .'.01* stilt writl.-n iti-ituiiui.i pI r I The Kind You Have Always! Bought

iloi. oJ .'11' .'d N u\'lI1h'r.t. NICK'SI Union Depot Store. :

CII.\I' \ 1.1 1 l.N., ;; Bears tb d ,
I.... .. ,o

fOWFLL,.Hil(01, t.hit OIiiIIgflitiitsWEEIiLY UN.ftohcltor 3' a&tort> of Fresh Eggs, Chickens, Turkeys i 5-

e' '1." I
I Etc., Received Daily. r

RTJANT! OPERA HOUSE Alligator Fruits, Vegftablfs and Nuts of All'J J

MCIIKDULI UNION .." .* Descriptions .

v. ; t I
FOR STEAM DIVISION -------- --------- ._--- I Choice Plant Oysters Always on Hand '

\ ; \COL.-\. KLKCTiiCTiUMIHAJKAILWAY ; OM: Nl(111'FRIDAY: \\nn 1 .". .DEPOT and Opened Day or Night.

Ik S a 000. I| QrirK MEAIS AT ALL HOUKS.
&{) b :
COMI'ANT.leave : : S S ..;: T S
Pen8acola for the LllllI'.Hjoa. i

1 W rrlngton,>a1'7 Yard bi -_ _-' Ai' .
a-raacat at Compri-p the I !
Upto2 Jules Murry Presents America's Fore W. C. NORMHN '
< rrlve at Fort Karrancai T:13
a.J! Date Di-hp= the Mur- ,
.-rlVI! at Fort Karraneas: : ..n most Emotional Actress,
i.rrtveat Fort harraneai J:80p n keN of the World.1Tou'd PlUl'R1ETOI.WHOLESALE LODGE D1RGTOllY
irriveat tort Karrancai 4:13 .....a..O.a+o.... !
urinal Fort Karrancai TiXlpnrrlVBlit p n .\ ......0................... ;
Kort HarraDCa 8ti! I'DU'ftI .. *. AND RETAIL DEALER IN

S. ion Barraaoaifor Penis :: ROSE :: I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIASPenxacola ; j "

arrive at Penaola __. 8:00.. n Ladies' Private ::C OG HLA N ii'' Wines Liquors Cigars. Lodge- :-No. 3, K. of r., : J .:4I

i arrive at Punsanol&.._!!: flpn :: I I
.. meets every Monday i
eren 'j
:n arrive at P"a I.. .. lug at 730 at Caitl Hall, i
n m.arrive arrive at at Pen rttnsauoli ola! '.."... 5:4 3 p n Dining Parlor.""e .......................... in tbe Blonnty Watioa S' I :

S m. i'entaoola ..._ f:4Sp 8:8Uo.,. .......................... I Banting tblrd floor. ,: .i'
Visiting brethren
'' ..tnrda,. only oordtallrwelcomed S
A A S SI i
niaoola to Kort Karrancaa aaa rtBrn tilt Regular Dinner Daily.Short I, lit. R. A B. ; S
.!acol toN avy \ ard and return. in ARTISTE PLAY FIRST-CLASS WHISKIES: jt ** J* jt .1 ,
.tioola to Palmetto Beaah and h icra lit8CSDAT t.
I :

a weather pwa.u.CH: tDUD&the .ronsicz: c Orders Promptly -t The Second t Brookhill, Edgemont, Old Prentice, ,I. ('. & A. M. .j j; l

osehes.I Filled. Night or Day.If Old Barbee and Montreal Malt Rye. S Regular communication it; r
,feoitcola Lv Fort E rrtosti i I : of Escambia Lodge No. 15, ) i:
i I. m. I
10a.m. F. & A. M. at 7:30 S 'I
a.m. 11 m. Mrs. T G p. m., !
p. m.ip Ip.1I1. It's Something Good to Eat anqueray. The Celebrated Atlanta Beer Monday, Dec. ,
m I p.m. you wtsb, you'll find it at *g & t Asanannual election of : Ih j I'I'I

"'p m Written by A. W. PINERO, Author of .::: officers will take place at ; i

pm. I pm.P.m. Nick Apostle's "1 It1.: BOTH KEG AX.D BOTTLE. .::: j!I this meeting a good attendance is 'I i
ip m f p.m. S requested. : \

riBiroiicirDAT The Reputation of Miss CoRhlan A. ul Visiting brethren are cordially Invited I
-IL Popular Restaurant Phone Cor Tarrapa riiiit Sts
a to Irt: Barra:10lU Nlv7 W. Finero and "The Second S .
4 -' end r6url1____ AS
Is' 'II 0 Palmetto Beaolt .n4 Mrs.: Tanqueray" are x' W. D'C. KESSLER, W. M.

01 ______ IK International. HARRY W. GIBBS,
elved after 1:13 \ I Secretary.
p. n. PRIC1-S-I:: $100.1 75c:: and 5Oc. :



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both to hang on until it is too late AN UNPARALLED: RFt{< +kl

and be the cause of the election: of THE Y. M. B. L.MEETING act directly on the -
Watson. Watson may be allrlght, S
r y yt S but He's not the only pebble. If the liver; cure constipation -
Leesburg Commercial does insist
that he is a democrat.-Madison Re. biliousness, sick-head-
Kmtered: at the Post Office at Fensacola, corder.
jla.second-claeematter. .*, ache, indigestion. ;;Wit 100 %

OFFICE :-PUt'. Building, HIM Southyalatontreet : Levy Couut's Sheriff.

; np-italrs. __ __ __ ._ --- -'
1 The board of county commissioners '! The Y. M. B. L. held a meetinglast n = = -- -- -- -- -- .

-1 of Levy county have asked the If wish to purchase Christmas!' Every Woman is Beautiful in Good
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. night, when a number of impor- you
to remove the sheriff of
governor presents;; for your children. do not Health.
that county, charging him with obtaining tant matters were disposed of. The F. Pfeltf. r's,
Terms in AdvanceOa fail to call at Mrs. John : I Beauty is not so much in the fea- During August EVEJa: tI >:\ ,
: fare
money by pretenses in matter of securing a quick mail ser- No. 211 East Intendencia street. tures as in the expression and condition -i I the death claims paid m t' '
Year by Mall___ _$5 00 two cases. The sheriff says he is I I
IIIIt Month ** ____ ___. ::11 60 willing for his acts to be officially vice from Xew York was taken up OAsZ'ORIB. oi the face. Every woman is States and Canada by t': \'
Week Carrier. Payable Monday 10 endowed with Show '
On by beauty. me a I
d ( investigated.. -Jacksonville Metropolis. and referred to the committee on Bu.'the lha Kind You tore Always SatgL woman who is in good health and I I ble Life Assurance S."I'h'T.: .

: Adrertisifig Rates Furnished on Application 8% will show you a woman who is of a paid within one day after r. .
transportation for investigation and ? I
Want \Viiliani4. cheerful nature, a good dispositionand proof.
TELEPHONE NO. 118. immediate report. This committeewill who is beautiful and attractive.No i
The Bronson Democrat nominates Pfeifler's goods have always proven woman even though endowed And during noniiniili ,.1; flu|
State Senator A. T. Williams, of take up the subject with the satisfactory to their many customers with the most attractive features is ] year lias the iKTffin.i;.:, t..
iJNION IBPESSAOOLA > Nassau county, for governor, to succeed railroad and endeavor to have the ; therefore, ring 'phone 365 and beautiful without good health. Low I below J)8\
Governor Jennings, two years Christmas cakes. leaden
service impfoved.A order your spirits, pains, nervousness,
hence.-Exchange. complexion, headaches, backache, I This excels the 8 oeo. 'iI'I
-- ---- --- plan of reorganization was pro- Marston $ Quina have a are all beauty destroyers and these great record It has nt'I \ ,

DEO 17, 1902 PROCLAMATION.By posed, but no action was taken last fine line of Rattan Parlor symptoms be attributed can to nine a torpid times liver.out of ten I been approached by any ot

fl night. Suits, and odd peces; they HEPATICURA will give yon good I pany.

CHKISTMAS In Venezuela will, at The committee named to inquire are better and cheaper than health and restore your beauty; "Strongest in the Worin
i then why suffer and be homely, I
least, be celebrated with plenty of virtue of the authority vestedin into the question of improving ever. when you can have strength. pure THE EQUITABLE LIFE .h.. .

'f fireworks. me by Section 192, of the Codeof streets and parks reported that they rich blood, good complexion, and ANCE 80CIETY.
--- -
strong nerves,all of which make women -
AN extra session of Congress i* already Ordinances of the City of Pen- had been told in so many words that beautiful and attractive. Hold OF THE UNITED hTAOOWLES j .

I { predicted by some authorities. sacola, permission is hereby given their cooperation was not nl eded, TMfiRWS by all druggists. r

i t z "Extra dry," they mean. the general public to discharge and the members thereof begged to V Toro's Beef Tea at Solo- BKOS.,

A anon "ttxt" from which to fireworks'! (CANNON: TRACKERS over be discharged. They were accom- I 34 Sonlli PaMjx Street t.I t. mon's._____ n__ General Agenif>,
THREE inches In length excepted, modated.
4 preach-a good "uniform" for any I Your First and Bp..t Chance! in going CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S 309 8. Palafox St.. PEN \' ,
member of the next legislature to and are strictly forbidden undera I A balance: of $207 was reported in I i home to purchase your 1 -
' fi practice in-is uuifoim text books. severe penalty) from Wednes the treasury by Treasurer Insrrahani. | No. 30 South Palafox street, for your'
electrical work. He i U i iI 0. M. PRYOR
-- --- - -- prepared to'j ,
DELINQUENT debtors should remember day, December 24th, A. D. 1902, i'" A Million Voices Christmas Supplies I do you a first-class j job at moderate i iI i iI 1; The Governm-

f that prompt payments help 1 1I to January 1st, A. D. 1UU3, inclusive. :I I prices Phone_ 1V3.FRUIT .___ niture man has mad ut m I ;J'
the thank of
I Could hardly express;;
8 to make a Merry Cfiristinas and a Rowdyism, loud and boistrous Homer Hall, of West Point, la. Lis- j -01 in the furniture busimw!

bappy Xew Year for all concerned. noises, whooping or hallooing or I ten why: A severe cold cad settledon | Fruits Hals (Cakes Caries CAKE.The I during the holidayn '
I price on all his PI.' ;ut
f -- his l ngs,causing a tobstiriite ,
! MB. BEIT/, the former Transvaal throwing firecrackers into the yardsof i icoujjh. Several physicians t-aidhef justly celebrated fruit cake I II household and otIi.'. infigures ,:
Oranges s for which the West Florida Steam : that will enabl. ,
had but could not II \
secretary ot state, refuses to submit citizens will not be permitted. consumption help
tii of Great Britain. I him. When all thought h" was;; !i or anything you may want to make I Bakery is famous; is now for sale at : your Christmas pre'-:
: to the authority I thing that is
I: V C. :\I. JONES, doomed he began to use Dr. Kind's table attractive. '', useful :u i
his ," your i Scents per pound 31tf what articles ., .
I He staudi on "right as it I ,, are sold t t.
Xew for COt and
Discovery : u nptin
1 Mayor of Pensacola, Fla. FRESH PLANT OYSTERS: DAILY You should call Inning >
were. writes-"it completi I ly cured me and on
JF I W C. JONES Clerk. I 1"Fireworks of all descriptions J el-ewhere.
ITdlt suved my life. I now wpi h2271b*. J. I. STEVENS
! ; has I ,
Mlt'HKJAX low.
I. ., A college processor I! It's positively guaranteed for 1 very
.. discovered even new poisons. Down H. T. Mcintyre, H:. Paul, Minn., : Coughs Colds and IungtrouLles.. I C. TABAT .RAS. TIIF; 1'\L.\HJX ST1tElTJ1aVELF.B. : Try Tomato Bouillon at
still the who has been troubled with disordered Price 'ijlc<> and $1.00. Trial bottles Ftuir Mantl.
i}:, this way people ale" taking a Dealer in Diamonds'!, Sterling (silver Solomon's.
unshaken confidence. stomach "Chamberlain's free atV.. A. D'Alembsrte's. r;. i Thiesen Building.
same old Qo a with says Palafox street. : Jewelry, Watches, Enameled'
u' Stomach and Liver Tablets do
me ----- i Goods, Toilet Articles, Canes, Urn-I
WILLIAM------UAXI.- >OLJ'H-------HEARST- more good than anything I have Iorit forget to buy the \ brellas, Rings, Bracelets, Etc., : Carolina Portland

to celebrate his tlectiuu to Congressby ever taken." For sale by all druggists baby one of those nice little \ CHRISTMASOARDSI Clocks, Opera Glasses. I I
and medicine
an elaborate hou.,e patty in Wash dealers.- ,- Rocking Chairs from Mar We are offering for the Christmas

ington. Let us hope, it will not be a "WANTED. ston & Quina's. 50c. and ; holidays bargains in Diamonds, and Cement CO.BIRMINGHAM. ,

l. "rough house" upwards are showing a large line to select
__ Thirty salesladies at UUCP. H. H. j ___ from. We have everything suitablefor
MAVOH JuNts' Christmas proclamation Kress & Co. d16-lw* I MEAT & MALT has a marvelous Christmas or wedding presents, I ,

on the, cannon cracker uui- dietetic value. While refreshing and ': and will take pleasure in showingour ,

, sauce is a timely warning to the rising FROST EARLY pleasant of take Hold, it helps assimilation -:I IDAXXHE NEW YEARCARDS goods. j Stocks of all Hi-h.cirII"-; (/.' :

which should tor by can Portland Cement.UTIII, ,
generation I Ij !n
" I German +atllru." (i. nnm, f..i
ouce rise! to the occasion. :
I THIS MORNING I II land C'Il1Putl\iuK* v: 1'. t'.I.! ,I'," .I(
f '
MK BEtn left an estate of $ UOA'O, I 0 11..t3 TO ;SIX: A.. j Guaranteed Cure lor Pile*. Plaster, Jn"f'Idalf1 ("'.'IIII'II'!. k. (p; I i-

all ut which had been accumulated teats the / Ito K'll' You Ha.a Mart Bcit"Jfudutn's I Itching, Blind, Impeding, or Protruding I Norfolk. Port-tiKiutn. ( IMI.I.I., ,i .
Savannah. Jack-mivilli. \I' ,
I 1'11.! lour rtruijeisi will|| refund your I II 'i n-1 i
iti the last two 'ears. A smaller and Early ricers this morning detected ruture J1iZ I iMinvrit I'A/.O UI TMENT tails to cure ;, r.hI.Xpw; OrleaiitiiU "',
l' 1"k1( .CALENDARS! you. ;iOrents.; ,
baser man, with Ids opportunities, I 11'Pal.'niakeshipiii' i Ii- 'iiri cMill I :: ,
-- -- ---
heavy frost on the house tops and I whertvcr ,
I we :j>< t o1. -tfreight
n pt\
would have lelt Washington with The belt and
i largest assortment of
exposed places, and the snowy car- )j tiie XcstVr c.611R18ts ratf. S\"lf ,'Hiin: .II!;' u1.- t">I 'I
five times that ttiuouut to his: credit, I -\j Ji firework" ut every "cripiion can be ".\Iabama" ."lIt *-in t'I"
as did that illustrious personage, the petinjr remained in some places uu- j ___ I 1 had, wl.h..l! and retail at Mrs( II i P.rai.U." Portland l"ilIPt. M '
I Our stock i is now ready. John F. Heitler Xo. 211 East Intendencia '
tin HjUr.iiilu- N ;:111 a! < <
Hon. Dan Lamont, who nil bo, r"-, til long after the sun had risen. :
intuiberea as Mr. Cleveland's I : Call early and get a I strtet.-- -- made U/I J;Bntniiu-i: ,. '
; private Tins is the first heavy frost of the ,
aid i I r .a :1 : Hot Chocolate xrith' '
: general 1
secretary folcto-I season iu Pensacola, although it has choice selection. Theyare : Correspondence Solicited
tum. i Whipped Cream at Solomon's. -
occurred several times iu the same this year more beau !'

'fll E bl4 vannah Sews thinks that latitude as Pensacola. This change I tiful and novel than STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

Mr. Rockefeller, who recently received in temperature was predicted two -- The beat and largest assortment! of :
a chtck for SCUuu a*: his ever. You ought to 'ee toys aid fireworks i is displayed at I Between l''r..ft'ull and ;Milton i
the l local weather busreau. '
share of the {:standard Oil profits for days ago by I them o cents to $5..011.DOE'S Mrs. John F Pftilfer's, Xo. 211 East I limn. laily 1'1'f'1" Snntl.i ..

three months, would have, given it Intendrnciaetreet. I

all "lor the ability to eat a square: TO CURE A COM--)>> -IS-os!': I>.VY I "CITY OF TAMPA. "
4* GER8ONS I will {'! .1 few days longer '
meat. The" innocence of our Kavanuah .Milton .1\::.iam IVni-aculH
contemporary is rtfreehiug, Take Lmntive nature sfflV Itromo f li'jlaine on TabletsThiswt {\tory BOOK STORE tri'enswoiaaiUau, Ar Milloi, .-
I tax. :x. /fj&hw-l/ j TUNE PIANOS AT $1.50. Fare,boc\ ; Round
and its ac
and 011 millionaire is evidently as J I PIANOS TUNED-FOR 150. I NO. 21:1: SOITH l\Ij.\FOX !STItF.hT.PENSACOLA I am prepared to He.tringand put'

flight as his appetite. f'.. I new Actions and Keyboards! in worn JEWELER/ IN HIS
)- FLA.
Cha W. Presley, an expert, who ;; I
-- -- --
I I i out Puno- and make them good as!
tuned pianos at the World's Fair
TIlE condition of the steetcros- !
j new, at reaoiuble! prices.
ing blhb city is not such as to and is recently from Fi-cher's place I I j I Leave orders at Johnson's Book I II NEW STAND

strike strangers favorably. Our sUe- in Philadelphia. Will give you bet The Best t Store in Town! i i M. Tabarras, I, Store.

walks are bad enough in all con- ter wcrk than you ever had done or i: CII \--. \\'. !>HJoS IIY.

: science, but the crossings are worse; I no pay. Leave orders at John.tin's Cor. Palafox and Gregory Sts., 'i 120 I have South moved Pahfox my,jewelry form.,rl-,'

and until the authorities who are Bookstore Ibnliri I,I We are going to sell our pied by Bas & Co., llud1' i
--- ---- --
responsible for these conditions. see TERMINAL JUNCTION I $1.00 Tabaurette for G9c. better prepared than ev.-r t

that they are changed for the better, NEAR MOBILE I on Dee 22d, 23d and 24th. jewplry great irguins, etc. in Call diamond-aud *P,. n.

it will be useless for them to attel1r Begin Your Christmas Buy- Just to see how many people let me convince yon.
to force property owners to do for FOR MARDIGRAS I ... ... will read this ad. Mars- I J:I. 1'1l'EPHFFOley's \ -

the sidewalks of the town what they ing. Early Choosing is a Big DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED ton $ Qidna. i i i -

1 will not do for the streets. --
_. ____ Kidney Cure
-- ---- --
n where Candies Fruits Nuts
Advantage, Particularly i
> Derail Agaiiii I'ent-ucila. Representatives from Alabama in : I Fruit cake, best nude, at Pf ifl'pr's nukes kidcevs and Hadj-f r:7hi.

; The attention of TIIK NEWS has Washington are endeavoring to ic- there are so many Useful Cigars, Tobacco Steam Bakery. I .

.1 been called to us-eiious error of commission due the of the fi'I' I 'EVERYBODY LOOKS
secretary navy and everything "I{*p kept in a First Cleaningladiee: skirts and waists
' to Choose From
1 on the part of the representatives have the battleship Alab ima at Fort j Pretty Things Class! Fruit :Stand i U oue of o-r specialties star Laun I
of the A-ociated Press at
l Norfolk and Newport News. As is Morgan, near Mobile, for Mardi i| and Especially i Fireworks for the Holiday.Will I dry.OYSTERS "AJfliicAPOSTirS

I Gras week,for the purpose of receiv-1: .
well known from
steamers clearing Deliver your Piireha-e: : Free. Here it is. Cull on en"acol.1 far foreign ports often put I ing the elegant silver service purchased I Creary. They are doing :: < :

in at one of these two points for coal by p"pulir subscription by i: M. TABARRAS. !: Fine oys-ters today.NIC Try' -m. ', work that can be turned .ut ?I fl

and there vessels are almost invariably the loyal Alibamian IO. prepared to do any kind of ,
credited to New Orleans or Mobile I'lify: put on India rubber tin
Max Hamburger, secretary of the The best "n the market '
Toys. "" short nas '"
in the dispatches published -
press : Y
tnpy havH a full iim- 'I ni
commi-iioa to raise funds for the I
; ... in the papr of the two cities iu i M. PRYOR'SFDMITURE tires in stock.
I ...:\ question.This I service, telegraphed the delegationfrom Does your bug::y nprj uphill '
practice is obviously cal his state that the battleship ---------- ing? They can uiitkf it fOrt an e
Their ,
prices tOIl are rea-onabl'
culated to lower the reputation and would be in the gulf at that time, they hive: ample capital to carry t;'
injure the standing of our port in Land Ex- a flrst-cla carriage bttlldiutrepairing ,
and requested the co-operation of Toy Thoroughly
: commercial circles and the attention ROUSE business. DII n't fall 1-

of tho-e responsible cannot too all members to have her come tot i plored and Every Nook and call ou them.
Hc.tles repaired.
sooty be called to the matter. We Fort Morgan for the presentation. !j : :,,
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are reluctant to impute any dishonesty I A promise was given that all ag*ist-I j Corner Contributes to this Vast I 15 East: Garden iu- !'

in the premises to our New Orleans ance possible would be given. SALISBURY BLOCK, W. GOVERNMENT STREET. Phone 57. !

t' or Mobile contemporaries; but Assortment. Happiness for I -: i

if they are to be exonerated, the responsibility FRUIT CAKES. i' '1
I must fall upon the representatives every Child in Pensacola. I FINE STATIONERY.

The West Florida Steam Bakery LATEST DESIGNS
of the great news gathering INS
i Presents All of the Useful
the fruit cake in the !
makes best !
at Norfolk and city.
C. .
: agency Newport I I V. Thompson. N-. I iI! >
News, who cannot too be called Rich, sweet and warranted to keep I '
Sort and the Price
: Worthy
Palafox ,
II Bed street, has just i
Room and open
i : to account. fresh. 25 cents per pound. 3dtf Parlor Sets
r | new supply of Linen and 8'
Reasonable in Every Instance. '
., a SOME Cl'HKENT Do yon want a magnificent watch Papers, white, blue and gray, w.
'It TKKSS for little money? If so, call oc DINING ROOM TABLES Envelope to match, Oxford -
I I Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate ,
i also Foreign Mail Tubleti with (li l-
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you.Tonight I iI
f i inIUlatl<)ns. II I I i jVelop"s to match. Ink: Pen
t Davenport Lounges Metal Beds
-- --- and Mattresses. .
i Penholder, Bliokb'-. File
J Sam RUl'-i is making the editorial :
} columns of the PENS: ACOLA NEWS : i i j etc., always on htJd:

fairly bristle with tin >cintillitingparagraphs. !' : Phone 2J4.
tT I .-Tampa Tribune. Just before retiring, if your liver is B GersoniPalafox
sluggish! ,out of tuiif and you feel dull I Prices for toe /
Holidays Are Down Not L -
\Vorrj tiij;lVaTMtn. bilious constipated, take a lose tdHood's I \ |p. I OA..STOrt.J: .

Gibbons or (cr\am'eshoald: with- Pills __ _
u _
, draw from the speakership conte-t. : t;;;::;
Jc would be a great pity for them ) And you'll be all right In the morning. | : St. I Subscribe for The Daily News. lOc. per week. I.' ; .

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---STOMACH Held Dyspepsia) WILL ENTERTAINTHE B. H. FAIRCHILD, W. C. O'NEAL, President; No. 5GO3. M. E. CLARK, Cashier; I I I

cmi oxi s T EXUSH. S. J. FOSHEE,Vice-Presidenti; JOHN PFEIFPER, Ass't Cashier. i. I
L'ec"gnlted a.. the Cause cf Serious
:u-iJ Dyspepsia, commonly called Sonet Work and Refinishing Furniture a ,

artburn or sour stomach, is a form Specialty. OF PENSACOLA Fl.A.
indigestion resulting from fern In accordance with the notices Phono 4BO. i

.ntition of the food. The stem j published yesterday, an enthusiastic h. Designated Depository of the United States.

41, I being: too weak to promptly until tsrmentation di-- meeting was held at the armory R. K. WHITE, Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25,1902.
food remains
t. "tit. the last night to for the
begins filling: Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler
; liter, sour tainment of the railway employes, ,Loan? and Discounts...................... I442.921.M Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ......... .... $200.000.00
with gas and a i soften and Graduate Optician, I Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured........ 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... ...... 20,000.00U.
burning tanem; the mouth ; who will come here from Montgomery S. Bonds and Premiums............... 213N)6.b7 Undivided Profits............. ......... .... 6.690.34 I
present. This condition soon be- following the big meeting to It Saitk PiUfox St., Femacoli FU Stocks securities, etc.... .................. 2,62500 Rediscounts...... ......,..... ... ........... 10287.61
chronic and being an everydav Furniture and 6718.48 Circulation..... ........ ...... .... .... ..... 12 .OOO.OO
comes but little at- take place there in June. [. R. .... .... ... .......... Go82 Deposits ...... .................._........... 461,[04.35
tention.occurrence J5ecU-e: given Dyspepsia; is not Conductor Wilson assumed the HAS BEEN NOCONFIRMATION Cash and Exchange............ ............ 153,913.12Total.

immediately fatal, many people do chair, and after a few introductory

nothing for the trouble.It remarks called upon Mr. Comer, a ...... .. .. .... ...... .... ............ $822,3b2.30 Total.... .... ...:.. .. ...... .... ...... .. .. JS22.3S2.SO
I H now well known among able This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully !solicit your patronage and we will give
for :
Montgomery man, a
speech. \lr.1
that the whole constitution your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.
jysicians undermined and Comer detailed the purposes of the i I
tokened, that the nerves and vital entertainment, the possibilities resulting -
<:sous are seriously affected by any therefrom, the good which

1,1 cf d '-pepsla. This is plain, as I would certainly accrue to the city MARSHAL ARE HOPEFULOF SALEOF $ Hare you seen twseshav-

,f( -irgan: every nerve in the and other points. BANKRUPT ing stands and music cabi-

;j' ,. nourished by the blood andd VICTORY. nets Marston $ Qaina's.
is from the Mayor Jones, Alderman Reilly,
replenished ,I -
Just the thing for a Christ-
j Bested. If the food I. )>n>p'r- Tax Collector D'Alemberte and --

.-ted the blood is pure, the others spoke on the question of entertainment Information from Washington today Glassware Tinware mas present. .
Crockery -- --- -
but if supplied from a ,
v -teady. ,
and it is now certain would indicate that there has :
rmeutiu*, decaying mass the I FRUIT CAKE.
I that the best; of treatment will be been no confirmation of Captain
vitiated, poisoned and the and BricaBracAT The Wfst Florida Steam Bakery '
-liowu: in sleeple."ness.laek given the visitor I Northup's appointment to the mar.shalshlp Toys is now making the bet fruit cake

v. poor appetite, nervousKvery -- as yet; and, in view of this, ever put on the market: at 25 cents

trifle it magnified: and Cll.XMlJKUIiAlX'S I McGourin's friends are yet hope perpound. _
but the
ptlc of evrrything.sees nothing 1 Try them ful that the president's choice may 36 South Palafox Street. "- lflldfjin, {He 13csl j.'r 5c.

When you feel dull after filing. be changed. .
\\ a recent period a remedyUncovered
When you have no appetite. H. HEINBERG. W. F. WILLIAMS, Auctioneer.
Northup wrote to a gentleman
Captain I
prepared solely
When you have a bad taste: in the ,
dyspepsia j : and stomachI mouth. I here this morning that he had $15,000 SAIiEJEWELRY
is known a* :rituart'o When your liver i* torpid. received the appointment and wouldbe Above Sale will Commence Wednesday, Dec. 17, at
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Tablet and it i* now be- When your bowels are con-tipated. !' I II 4 o'clock ]), m., and will continue daily at 10 a m. and
When you hive: a headache.: home within a few days. It is ,
Jly used and prescribed When you feel bilious. 4 p. m. until the entire stock is disposed of. Shelving -'JFG -
Lure for every form of They will improve your appetite, I i true that the appointment has been and Counters also will be sold at close of sale.

cleanse: and invigorate your t-tom- i made, but a confirmation: is another ;
.timed' to1"1 tini/thiiir/ 'ach and regulate your liver and i G GO hDAN! }lD O OLeMOND
; bowels. For sale by all druggistsand ; ; I thing. i iI Had a Good Tune. i i r
,flJllu/I'h irtal- '

_.v-,t.nun."wutobe in *"forms,unequalled.but for this I medicine fclll liJGIlTTTtliIOS.: dealers. __: I It wa the ascertained appointment this of morningthat Captain J! ty: A., but J.of was Snell pains afraid wanted in hisstomach to attend do so ,on whichhe a par acCount CHRIS I THIESEN[ [

: -pecialists, Reed and I w.Regular conclave: of I,1 Xorthup was made by the president ': feared would grow wor?e. He

i\> recently stated that Coeur d? Leon Comman- !1 ten days ago, and was with Roose- says: "I was telling my troubles! to
friend, who said: 'Chamber:
a lady KEEPS THE
li'n.d Muart's Dyspepsia dery No. 1. Knights I I velt's private secretary, ready to be I II lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea:
.remplar, at 7:30 m. I
unfailing\ specific for dis- Monday< Dpc. 22. p. transmitted to the senate. Mr. Me- i Remedy will put you In conditionfor FINEST BRANDSOF
and I the party.' I bought a bottle and
:. digestive organs, Work in Red Cross; degree AUCTION7th !
Gourin arrived in Washington on take pleasure in statin that two THE
: :,.tblc cures male in cases and election of officers.! I I II I
: Sir Knights are courteously the day it was to have been sent to doses cured me and enabled me to
.t'.Jiu; dyspepsia proves I : have a good time at the party. Mr.

::1,. Uy has extraordinary invited.H.RRW. Girsr.s, the senate, and "held it up," his ; Knell is a resident of Summer Hill, Purest Liquors
N. Y. This remedy i, for sale by Annual Sale of
Gcs EITZKX. Recorder.E. friends here say. It is also alleged ,
all and
Tablets have'I druggists 'OK
l !In-prp-ia that )fr. McGouriu had received the -- -- --- -+-UNREDEEMED
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i i '-lore the public andl"irHts communication j president's promise that no action ; WPORTLAND CEMENT at ....Family or Medicinal Use....
1: : everywhere at of Escambiii: Lodge No, 15, ?2 60 per barrel. A. V. CLUUBS: '
;' n'kage, and while it F. and A. %I., 7:30 p. rn., I. would be taken until today, and uu- Corner Hru and Garden :-treet,. OK FOR YOUR) PAWNEDJE1NELRY

i !itf.-uially restores a fv G Thursday, December 23. I der this supposition no action a? ---- --

-.olds. at the same time: : Vy/A T* Visiting Work In brethren M. 1! contemplated by the McGourin fac- 1: FOR LUMBERCall Holiday Sideboard OF ALL 1)1'CltI1'IIO\8.

.' i.ilcH aad; will not W. D'C. KESSLER, ; tion was taken.< on 15EEKMAX; /
-' d-licate stomach, IlAKKY W. GlHKS, W.1.. i lJmp.1 I will on Sile at Auction tba
I put
1 This action, it is said, was to file I j CO. for estimates before Mr. Thicen i* still at the: corner of
p by givit2 =Secretary. and Intpndencia street, Great Stuck Jewelry, Diamonds ,
ny Kiylon
!I orders for lumbpr. dl(5( linWAHTEDHIDES. I
your and:, Silverware recently purchased; ,
t : thens the stome certain allegations against Captain I where he has been for years, and
',of i J. Lewi* at Cincinnati, Ohio, atonehalf
work but the Choicest
BICYCLES. has nothing in
'. and CHILDREN'S Xorthuone of which was to inform '
: appetite : lof OLD LIQUOR BRANDIES of its, value, and the two

:ViCT. F. 1>. Bruce wishes to announce to I'I the president of thit gentleman's Dry lIint hides, 13 cent per pound. COKDIALS \\'IXIBI'C.= These ': stork the best combined selections will a-d mike it one Auction of .:
: Largest -
hU friends and customers that he alignment with the democratic party i Green salt hides, jl'.. cents pr are dispensed by polite and affable Sales,
1 It"t'id". lot of Beautiful : pound. 'I attendant. Here only you can get : ct'mmencingTuesday .
"ngh ) has just received large 'several I
years ago during the Celebrated
Tallow, in barrel;, per f :
all sizes,
I' owoolllb Au' tr IIIJ 1 Children's Bicycles Dec. 9th
: he occupied the mayor's chair in ;i pound. i ,
"> :.lain'? C(1uh; colors and prices. Tallow, in cakes, 6'.. cents per N. C. Bowen Kentucky Whiskey, ,
medicine. I have Clime and select before they are : Pensacola. It was stated today: that pound. II' 21 Years Old. ,, and will continue daily at 10:50: a.m.

Horn :, severe cough gone.' Prices right d7-lw ': these charges would have been filed B"I'"wnx L'tl: cents per pound. and 2.iOaud: 7 p. m., till the entire
Thi* i i. the oldest whNkpy on ale in stock closet 'I he usual
i Reference: Any biuk in Pens'1''cI'lla. i* out. motto
.u > months, and it has | yesterday, but the sudden change the United Mate, and i* dispensed
Now i i-s the time to order your : : will be u-e-1 in my sale All goods
,1'! ''. 1 have great plea- Chri-tlllt* cake such a* fruit pound, ':'by the president has knocked these J. W. WATI INS, by the drink, or one gallon to one .I sold by me will be u ira ntf'ed a-
i.M'iending it.-W. C. or any kllld of c!kei', at j I Brunswick, Ga. customer for S7.UU. represented! or your uriuey refunded.
plans out. Swedi-h Punch. Dini=h Aijuaril, This .al in
T! :in- i* the opinion of l'fdlI"r'jtp:11n= : Bakery. iueia money your rocket -
McGourin faction ; {lie zest /or German Kummei and other brand *. The good* are: simply grid ou
ijc-t and mo
turt has! ; been \nlunfirily.joint .toed-ant silver novelties is to be has oeen temporarily turned down I -- Cigar* always in -tnck. articles whip I will put 01 pale:
faith that others may !ouudatJ. I. Stephen"1. Prices tolle.36 has excited some condemnation from Try Tomato Boullion at All nf these good* ran be procured Solid Gold Ciandi'tK: I.!.dies' and
r.'anedv and be benefited as : all.Hot Solomon's.SMOKE. from Valhalla Branch, corner Garden Gents' Wntche-, with Hiih-Grade
w' 'Ir. Wockner. Thi- r-medy i- friends in Pensacola cf the president -: street and lutti avenue. MovpuirniFilled; Ciei Watche,

sail drumji-t< and medicine I Rolls at 5 p. m lOc and from Washington it i is K. U. A.IJ"t i't"d Watches 17. 19, 21
". I doz.. at Solomon's. J> CHRIS THIESEN und: l3!; Jewel ; Ii miond Case
stated that Mr. Clarkson surveyorfor X .Watches.. CJi.nw, Ring*, Clocks,
Corner len and Intfndencia rats.ii' lirot -s, (itt-rluiK Silverware Quadruple j
the port of New York, will take Ray ,
t t.a..e.e..c..e..o PlatHw.irp, It /"r* 1S47 Table
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0 up the Northup appointment -- -- Ware. S'.lid Gold Headed Walking I

I Hello Stranger 6.4 with to overthrow President it. Roosevelt Clark*on and{is a seek man Iim- _..'._-' J JGE: [ [ [ .-'...-;- ;--i;,:. Canes Gun too meuts numcraus,and and Opera hundndof Pldol111i'al Glasses to mention.: Field other Glasses'articles Instru-, ; I: j.I

o a of much influence, he having managed BtDJt I j4l lJ ,.-l

o Tills is S the campaign of President U '."- : '
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Hayes in the ttouth and under that f $5,000 WORTH FINE DIAMOND ,
j I.
held the of fourth
0 president position 1 Ii
rut (1 1a1 1 ,+,), JEWELRY, !,
assistant general. I
188efS' e CIGAR / r; 1.
Reposti t--.' t,>.1, Coiit-islin:: 11 !'o..I".irl'lJia/ll''hIIUn<;aMmlc. I :

IVi.ilaiu.. Meat Tina, I l
ec ENGINE WAS DISABLED ) Cllristmas] i I IMF 1..1'''. "ar Irol.. Kit1 ''; I

pS I ,.: 1':tr., \\.II'm S.hI.1t
509-511 South Palafox Street. :j I I
: See that Each Cigar is 'r

o. e. i! The tarly dummy train to IJirranca e Goods' r: i AltX.E LIOTOffS.:22li t
Stamped. l." : .
e ,>-ri' 1.1. i.i\r. I, I' ,. : n't i
tai'S :, went as far as Little B Iyeu this
: S. PEtatai, sr. Oppohiie .
morion.; when it wi discovered the FRANK REILLY ; [: II. ..nie ;
and Harness boil! .r liudii'i enough water in it to '.'( f : !
Buggies Wagons >:1 I
i SOLE AGENT. i'4 ] i i 'l
proceed any further, and no tram -- r': 1'T: have! a r'.ff': !y Vault, Fire \i I II
c. ec gl I and Hurlar: : Proof, and I am prepared i
went through until 10:30 o'clock to take: Bond car of IIrtlI J I
,...O c.D..e. I.G..e.o+..o. ..e.o..a. .Q your :
Two bops were also l burnt d from the (Nicolas Peteps'FRUIT I' elf's nC ".&t 1'1" allsuctlerticl l.beral'advance ''i
: Fipewopks. on at the 1
engine and a second machine had j 'I
$ | L"wet Rite of Inlre
to craw the train bick to the city ; ... i strictly r-iLbedidl. KeiLeiPber, the
IHKISTMAi\ GOODS lPe t place H No. 2-J-j-outh Palifoxstreet, ',I
; and mike the second trip. .* STAND. : fruits of All Kinds. -:tiT : oppoite the P!itollce.! '! I 'I ;

There are about 60 government ; ALEX.L1.SCHKOFF, : '
[ FRUITS I' Proprietor.
workmen from the city and all go to t Christmas Candies. :. f fij
-\.T THE- +
the navy yard and Karraucas on the CANDIES, NUTS, CIGAR TOBACCO, i.< .'iwW I' TIII: :;l

first train. These all i .: taco :; Fancy Nuts : I !
were delayed i TC. : '
and they were loud in their L m'
com- :
jaY 0 Y ?
plaints when the trip was: abandoned: Fresh Plant Oysters Choice Cigars, I!'$.'; I' \\UUiJn' CQ. 1 "I i

after having been kept in the cold I ,
/ Received and Opened Daily.
$:: Oysters. Fat and Fine. t f: i i i ti iKnitiif' mid ? '

Albums, Pictures, Cards, Calendars, Baskets, j. for about three hour Special Sale of Fireworks. !{,'(.ill (;I-O(-"TS.IH "i f

Games, Books, Dolls, Purses, Prayer : BUY A HOME. Get them Cheap for the Little Ones.: I I I I 1II'\VJCAnTl KOH -1'1 i iI

Books, Hymnals, Bibles. !:I 0. M. Pryor has purchased a NICK, } Kest t Fruit Stand Family, Fancy and Staple YMi i

large number of choice lots which he ** Groceries, j !
Children's Friend.
.Everything in the of will eell to desirable purchasers at The t. Hti 1
Way Pretty Things.
.. :, moderate figures.j AViijjhi St. between Palatal & Baylen.I m THE CITY. t.1e,1 J JJ and All Kinds Goods.t\i Up-to-date Fancy :'j;.!;1

j is desirous
Pryor of buildingup

t =PRICES I..o"r.=@ ..i the eastern section of the city i.J ;.. ... o;': j I l We are !Bo':! Distributors for West j
." ,:'4t... .. "., :?." ., : "H...T.1 Floridi for the Celebrated Cafe du -1 I!
-- --- I and, controlling a large number of
: () I Monde Coffee, Sweet Home :Molasses. :
i, lots, will sell them on reasonable I Ilhni and (limdx Flour, Biyie's I
1I I Fruit rake, best madeat PleitIer'iJ Delicatessen, German-American
terms to actual settler 9Jlm
Ft JOHNSON ,. 1if Steam: Bakery. Food Cn.'i Caused ileatsj; Etc. All

Hot Chocolate with PtiTtie photography, of which are fold by alt flrst-chss c
Whipped Cream at Solo- Clam Bouillon at Solo- Retail Grower* in the city.

PROPRIETOR mon's. _O-l2 S. Palafox Street. mon's. Try it. 002GCISOUIH PALAFOX ;'

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14I Nasal A GHOST Englishwomen'sVny.. -=

The Englishwoman Is greatly admired -

CATARRH rqK ABOARD to be] worried.for her utter Consequently refusal to she worry looks or $ t Mrs. Fred,

g la r.1llt9 !ts;e there NiW Undirtaking no more
I at lifty. Benton Harbor Mich.
tnouia be : !s.EJj'J MArfNIR ,r' young No. 228 Territorial Street
Uslui >, tae Corjrisht. 1902. by C. B. Lewis.] I I than she can comfortably carry out
Cream e ; the of I
: -anubd : /y'rj We had left Cape Town 'M tales: be- and firmly believing in coming "I am pleased! to give my hers, a3 arc .m. .

tr. .'ec hind us on our voyage;; horr in tin another day !'he's not procrastinate. ; experience with Wine of trmume pii s .: .
.' .'I'hr.r 1,,' but simply will\not let the domestic Cardui as I am very grateful Healthy iv''!:'' ', <.
Liulisb bark Ilngie: \"III' rl
; sat
n at
".a ." ..." _. _J ; macb'nery! grind her down to ill for its help. After my first fet mise un...:a. I.
iau!!!!;ht I came o.i wati-b, b';, ..
health and an early old dge.i baby was born I could not a woman ssu 1.
( ream 15:dm is pi irou!..,r the fi-tr -, IJI.uc15 I t b --e.iu mate, to find the inn ct !bothwuheb She is a frequent bather and regards sum to regain my strength r suffer tortur,') ..tanhough '

0' .!r t .i' the""JS':wo old :1 a... i"j't- le.eC"iu' standing about and discuss-:: I health as the prime factor of life, to be the doctor gave mt It ii: the woman is
'' 'a m anllacurc ". I: a not 'kyw-: which ht considered ing-who has k .
I i:::; a matter iu whisjmt'rs.:: Itemaudiujj I looked after U'fore everything else. She tonic
t } 1.4JLC nit** n.;. Large:; :<, Soojutnatltti.-I Xlt but instead of nesi-wl: fears t
j. '. r I'.,'mail; Trial S./". 19 reams(17 mall to know whltas! time trou!:le. I was i 1TDL sleeps nine hours and also takes a nap i very getting superior better I grew weaker of becoming a I'c' -

m ELY ROTllEP.'i.i.V.rreD: atreCG Nt* York. told: that string, uncanny ucKes Lad dmiiig the day arranging her work In every d.1y. My husband of CarJui builds I'i

-- -=-= been beard in the forecastle several STAR OF h EAL18 the most systematic manner. came home onuveningwitb Mra.11 rd ["nml,," manly in a wotna,
4 I'oein In Dru\1 n. Her little memorandum slip always all unnatural Beim.sisted .
Gl times dams the uiht and that it was I I' some Wine of Cardui and in-
,l ":\0 color >s bo capable of a: distinctive Ii shows two vacant hours-they are for that I take it for a week wd see strains-irrt'gularities a hic.t
'l i ffctt us brown," rtuiarktil the ob- tinjjeiKTul I belief! we bad a ghost i KODOL digests what you eat.; rest She eats heartily, but of the most what it would do for me. As he seemed sponsiLle for barrenness anti .

} wninsotnaiu "A girl pot on a carat a 1.turd. I digestible food and would rather havea to have so much faith in it I did take the rla e, It makes a woman etrimedicine ,
I was off atI and_on again at H : KODOL cleanses, purifies, find healthy and able to thrOI11 .
wd to
was grateful :
whom the ill: bred simply stared, and and mouthful of good food and go partly very pass '
strengthens sweet-
next .i The breeze bad died In and childbirth with littleweeks
IIIUI'1 11:: strength slowly returning two nanny
.p' even the well rod took more than one ens the stomach.KODOLcures. hungry than cat a whole meal of cheaper my
out, and we were on an even keel and I was out of bed and in a month! in!!, After tha ordeal is: pas
satisfying peep at her. She wore a not luakiux over two miles an hour. It indigestion dyspepsia I things was able to take up my usual duties, I Wine prepares a woman for a
: t;l va1!:vins suit of a ttjim golden browni had come o'llotk. The captain was and all stomach am very enthusiastic in its rralst." recovery to health anti activity.EjOTIIERIIOOD .
i I or and a shirt waist of creamy and bowel troubles. I Improving Hair.
is the noblest Wine of CarJui in re-inforc
overl-auhns! some papers, :: in the cabin, duty ,
brown silk.; IUr gloves\ and !-toik were To dOG brushing the hair because It
the 1U1'1I1'(4 ut work on jobs, and Iwas I KODOL accelerates the action of [ ] privilege women organs of generation, ha made II
4 Koidtn; silk. Ihr hat was a brown !fat. piiin tie quarter aid kit' ? the gastric glands and "('OUJI'S out so" is the worst mistake oraFpireto. With- of women who bad given np .
with wiir.cs laid latly on it. It turned tone to the dgestive: possible. On the other hand, mere out this I.ri\"ilegcwomt'n do not e\"erl.l'Com1ngmother3. Wine.t
1 bit of ml I gives organs.
.111 on a just siiuwiu to I
uj) -i little each Mile in atk. and from j'j strokingof! the hair I is. well nigh useless, Jet aU there i3 in Iif -too often they will cure almost any case elf I II'
,1 11 l a big bow of witl.ofl silk the windward when a shout of teiroriaii;; i KODOL relieves an overworked I I while tuning a short bristled rush go through the world discontented, except cases of organic tr"i.. 4'

I i: "I', r '>r the >KOV:n and tucked across the lbroi.-li the ship stomach of all nervous j through; the hair often does a lot ofi wrapped up in their own selfish cares can )OU refuse to take sure a .
A hand u.iiiiid Thomas Hurns hi:!t1I strain, gives to the heart a full, free and trouIJIt's. How different is the that promises such relcffr ,'.. ,
jHer were In.: and brown, i barm. To make brushing effectual the
: eyes : 1 bt1'".! ivro te; UiripcaU' after inietiiiiii: and: untrammeled action nourishes happy mother, watchinl her children Wine of Cardui simply a.e... ,
1 n. ui.r was brown and her ii>iui.!ex- the nervous svstem and feeds the i hair should! be. divided into Email and
w.u.ted m trek, and it was he w'o!: I I II grow into manl\lt 'Womanhood. strong woman, and eeri e .
\ 'i 'i r't'ar irtaiii and piiik. She was C'llh'lont as be tumbled 1 ui ..mdsceimd I brain I I I strand and each: strand treated indiMiln.Uh. A mother lives: as manyli\'es a3 she has women do not suffer. '1 u. ,
'''e'': tier tlM' dainty fur IK-M: -nation. : The brush should begin on and ward motherhood with :.
a f for a moment to coal"input.aotiii ,' ; KODOL is the wonderful remedy chilJren-their joys sorrows are to j jro :
1 .; "11:'...' It takes the right l.l'rSoto) .. that is making so I the seilp: and then descend with slow,
:: ('\'I'l'b''II"TLt.\ yeti bt.iii-ht ti. I many 31j.
oat brown but when it sick well and weak sturdy smokes to the tips of the hair.
j \ a i I people people ,
j .x .. I i.' it is lastly more effective Ulan the Mmni noises ot the lIi:1I1! pie. ,i strong by giving to their bodies all of I II This process :should: be repeated\ half a WINE 0 f CARD have foun.1. f.

'_i mil that L!'. not to speak of blues 'i'I" Brains tlll'lan'rth\ t a solve" I the! nourishment contained in dozen times before proceeding: to the I \rim. ..: ('.tf
.i..a .HILS and red-" the food they eat. iie\t. The best brushes are those with
had! : ,
I talid out to lain while lip was:
I Your Dealer do Supply You.Bott'es long, firma bristles, rays the 1'iUsburg
iI U low. and others thin d'-ii.ired they! ,i
I !Small kiii.I. bad heard a woman Iolllin. but tue i only. $1.00 Size holding 2'. times In-patih.
I 1.:1: ; 1 Ic feet are a deformity, or rather, *'od! man" was mad moir-li to l.i:1nlill' : the trial sue which sells for 50c. i It is aid that sage: tea applied to the J. A, VAN PELT. j C. VAN .

: r.i-t ;ne small to harinon./e wall the : I PREPARED ONLY BY roots cf the hair daily will greatly increase -

j :.-'1art'. littler (bat tbe foot be too v\as one.It the c-'ptam's watdi-.alwnjs I I E. C. DeWITT & CO., CHICAGO i its ;;l'Owth. VAN PELT BROTHERS.GARDEN

.arji.; it tli-un'ly, than too small. l .
held by the first mite-from midi-i;:ht I II I! :Mother raj's! s weei t'ovvuera fur
Juno who .standa 3 feet
Think of
I toI o'tliHk next murnimg. It had become -
the scales at 150; i Children STREET
T inches and tips GROCERS.
almost a dead calm when I left
t' |muli teetering to and fro on Xo. 1 or the ditk Every man of the first John KheppardHarjris' Pharmacy i i Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse In

? No. tJ feet! She should have a Xo. 4 mate's watch before him, and Sidney Kuiin. i tbe Children's Home In New York Cure ....DEALERS IN....
was up Feverishness, Had Stomach, Teething Dis-
font at the very least, and a Xo. G I noticed that none of mine went be |I orders,move and regulate the Bowels an:! STAPLE AND FANCY
Mould not be out,ur jnoportion. GROCERIES
p IWhat happened: half an hour MIIIIJ!?: almost n t random. 1 hI' ";;host" D-stroy Worms. Over SiftK testimonials
4; To Judge by, the Ideas fir the Greeks after I had turned in pave the captainthe was there to welcome( them on hoard I Ihtt Ittrtr/"il. At all druggists,25c. Ham-

& and I:,mans. beautiful feet are those greatest surprise of his life11'. and when they pot her story and realized pie FREE! Address Allen 8. Olmsted, I.e Fruits, Nuts, and Every Delicacy Suitable for the Holiday o.

which are large enough to carry the t1t luMly Most gran'fully. The ancients ad- quarter when be was suddenly seized, of ----- Goods Received Fresh Dally and Sold on a Small :Vurji r.:
no set meta were ever more disgusted -
It the Fret Warn and
Keeps Dry. a stately larriace.: Latin poets
Bussed and Inund and \'olt" which with themselves or mare anxious to Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
speak of the pail of their beauties lather he the I Ask to-day for Allen's "' -Ease,a powder
ns penter's, cautioned -
atone for their doings Molly McDavis
tin a of their feet. I It cures Chilblains,Swollen,Sweating,Bore
him to be he'd
quiet or p over- was safely, landed in Liverpool unit VAN PELT BROTHERS
Acblng,])amp feet. At all druggists and
lioard. All sailors are light sleepers, when made for her that ,
up purse I shoe stores, :!;)C.
Mold In the Ollnr.Mold lout the officers and ,
especially so whyIt
she have time to turn around I ----- -
that settles on wooden furniture TELEPHONE NO. 231. ..c..c..c 31 EAST GARDEN: SI.
was tint: neither the captain nor I believe the captain put in as much as NAVAL 8TOKKS MAIIKL"T.Reported .

i woodwork in the icllar or any woke up thin.:; the events ociiiam? all the lest of H*, though 1 he waved I
damp plate H list met bj kerosene oil. : Daily for The New.
on deck has always lieen a matter of bj
her iishoi"* and called! after her thathe'd .
1- Sometimes \'iuI'OIIS rubbing is iuee surprise. The stem bruiuht the barkto I Union Naval Stores Go. "' ........ ........ -v-vr ..'----v' y-, -
have the bw on her if she wasn'tout
gars to Ji"-lro.v the i'| t. A of the wind, trot tackles; aloft and hove (.f I.its'rl'cd' inside of an hour. POMIA.ww r-

vti-<'wa>h npttlicd! to a damp cellar out the 1'1II"II"at l and we slept right I M tjLAD ___.......14:51 I IL........._ .....t: fill ,, ...CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.... .'1. .,

vil' nmjilotely dry it out If; in spite; silons withnut hciiin sound.. They -- --- .- ffa__......... ..... a so u.... ........ ...... i TO % ( '

'it 1.s! precaution mold apimirs! in Wild two breakers of water, took such I Iill'O'i The \\. >ref '"UIIII' s--- ..... ... ........sta; F..... ..._ '.'_ law :!#s A LARCE AND ELEGANT LINE OF JEWELRY ,, ,

j-jirtt on the Il< or lIe the cellar. sit bo\- -illus us tin cook!;, who was in Multitudes j IM............ ......... 8 i> E....... ...... ..... 1 ;: )
are $iuginr; praisesof
<-v ,if un...lai':Led lime nl"nit .I\Ii l throw will them ('uul.lla 1 ij' hamls on, and by I i K.- I)..... _-.......... 14a I .
Kodol the whichis ..t OF ALL KT'! ,i iS. aS2Z25cS .
new discovery .
:i 'ii''l't It our tile pitches nf mold 1 lI'd..d l u they were away. The stew i I 1 I t.-. 2 2'I U* below ...... 1 43;
... .
I.. t line making so many ick people well 'sesiTs TeRPENTlrs-51'2. =57==44, = "", .
apiH-.iied aid was the only one lei t behind with I : j2 ; = = c= JZZS ::I1o s52': ::>:::: c'J")

till ol: t'I'rsfler the ml'nt'ft Mr. i! and weak people strong by, digesting f

Stein, HI\\\: I I) SWo. <;iio.'t made efforts to free himself! but what they eat, by cleaning and CHOICESTOF m E.M. .ANDERSEN.aS29

'I 1':I.<, reader of thi paper will be without avail. He could not even roll\ sweetening the stomach and by

pi"d to learn that there i> Jt lea"t !il..n;; the link as be had lot'e'n1IJ'd I transforming their food into the C South Palafox Street.-- -

i ')L' dm! ":t'Iemt ili*.>a"e that ,.-ciu.ce to a ringbolt. .\t half past 0 o'doik kind of pare, rich, red blood that '

.mss h.'e n able u) lure in all it.stages the captain awoke and went on deck, I make you feel good all over. Mrs. f FRllhTS AND CONFECTIONER f 1 1I 252..S2.S'2S2St52S2.S25.:.. .52.S25252S'252525252-ciJ: SS:',gin'
and when the wbolo affair/ beiame
j .
.iiid that is catarrh 11 I ill s Catarrh Cranfill.ofTroy, I, T., writes, : For ; /' ..,.... ; I t1.. ',
Cure' is tlio only po-itive i cure now ][lain to him II'; nearly fill down In a I i I -AT- i' Iit5a.i/ C C'I.I ........, i...S, YiY1at.amiw.l, .M.i, ,
a number of year I was troubled
the I tit. ,'"
Known to friteiiuty: ""
Catarrh l ein
1 quires; a cnn-titutiuiMl trv.ittii the captain\ was tursin; and laving Finally I was induced to UB ] ndo! /'tlSTERLING; SILVER AND PLATED WARE '1,," "
i.f. Hall's ('atarrh Cnie itiken when a strange lisuie limited (ruin !and after u-iujr four bottles I am entirely I li East Government St. \
intT'.i.illy acting directly upon the the forecastle\ and! came aft as far as cured. I heartily recommend C rruinpt Attention to ItrpHlring and ";nr nUIl.
tmlaodautnltictals! l'url:if-, of thefyst the mainmast.: It was lime liituie of a Kodol to all Buffer from} indirection I Formerly: Cordova Restaurant StanfI ''-- _____........ j.. /0-----.0..
tlir fotin i idation
ni < by dl\"tr'yilq'tlw v\uiian lint her face was so white ami and d'pf'p"ia., Fake a doe after I One car-load of Pineapples at J1.7!
ot thei"'a..e! the
riving her and meals. It diife- wh'ltelU. pat to $2.00 dozen.
pihchmd, ryes so large glassy: I. ] per
Uuilditi the
patient i'tn'llth: by up _
Harsi Pharmacy, J din Shepard,
and she re Ud about In Such a maiiiii r
rt-titrtiontnJt tn.r! nature
1 I :i Lg its work. "*The ; proprietors in : tint I. who was nearest her was let I Sidney Kahn- -- -- --THE- TIME-I .A. :M:

:eve ,o much faith IM it< ('urative'"t'r seconds in making; sure she was evena f iletlicat Society, Attention : CORRECT ic H&T12Ur ery
'\\ -<, that they! otter One Hundred human licing. The m:nute I caught; I

;Jull irs for a1\' ci-e that it tails! to sight ot her p-irtbed lips I ran to tlll'l, There will be regular meeting! r>J I TOPURCHASE !VLbsOR 10 AVERY WOOLFOLK ,

\lIrt' bend for lit <-f teMimomaUAd I Mintle butt and sot. her a pati.Kin; of .he Pensaccla Medical society at ,
:Ire"s, F. J. Cll ::"t.\" i O>., i' ":ltl'l'. It was tinlj a drip t.> lur' and 1. ;he Board of Health: \ off<.e" at r YOUR IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
1"It'IJIIO, )'clock p.m. Tuesday. Dec 2JI.Visitinir I
the bad swallowed fully two quarts !
Fold I'.v Druggist- e. ; physicians are cordially
: ; II i I I efore I choked( b1'r off Then I sig. i i.rited! tl attend, IIGhpistmas HARDWARE.

Try Gunther's Candies at tilled the hll'u'tl'h..) was flow act! I DR.W. C. DFWBERY, Gifts

Solomon's. i fag .is (cook a/llllll' brought a big hung i I President Iron, N afis. Axe Shove !la. S-iw :Mill and Hteauitn'

"I meat amid a ifdiple of biscuits. She I OK. L. D :M. HLICKLK, Supplies, Cooking and H'atlUItv; ,, Paint, Oil-

4CARPENTRY AND i ale a wolf and It was a p,od! bait a2ottf Secretary I Window Ola-s. Guns, Pi=tol-> and Fi-hlns 'Tackle
hour before we could b"tau}' e\plaua-: -- -- We have tune to show you our
ELECTRICAL WORK ttonlv! If you want a nice present ;o give ;I Complete Stock of Good now !b<>. Agate and rl'ii1 rare ana tall eriirnisliini] G )0'i

a!: and! ,by v\e bad her story She to a friend, gand look through: the i fore the Greatest Ruh is on u... The !SSTAGEN.S FOR BIRMINGHAM; ROLLING MILL CO II'An:
--- I j selection i* complete. We cannot
line of
suitable articles
wa" an II'."!! iCon! who had gone out elegant at .I Revere Giant Htitchfd Dplthifr, Northampton Emery
l'e.irl & Doltvp (tiiitl, : tell all we have ; must come
lane you you
up phone to the rapto m..rry, again, but herlutmr J. I. Stephens, you purely find I and WIeell'I).. L'.ftin & Ran-J: Powder Co., Johnson's K'il-
If hive tlpctueil caIf see.1Ve
von work arty larpeiitfr well' done.ur | had gone hater on his word and something to please you. you I! would like to call particular ,.vmine, Iron KIIU and I>uck Stoves and Ranges, Win

I you want :, left h 'r"IIilns amusu str imgers. In ,I want anything in the Diamond line I attention to our lines of C'lUps & < I):'; Riw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'Made --
': :oe sure to see him before you buy. Riilroad Coli.n.
.. ... I Ij
I Thp lrl h t'lIr I IAn thi (- 'ireiu-j she Lad dl'cidtd to'

Irish authority thus defines its j stow hcrMf away 0:1 a homeward I i flo t%.-tie -:\:11'njr";: I POCKET BOOKS, Masonic Temple m Punsacola.A\ .

J Hapirt lui ,'l/ 'ds ut a well tlolu- Ii | ln.und! ship aid 1:111dl"'h 1 the Kajrle. lltlen\\ hv' is it novila always have -

i Fred curse "FU* In-lit auioiu the an- j the captain' did lot: "bless" her, as I D good ending; ? I OPERA CLASSES,

rent Iisi! gas tLat a curse once e'\I".I.: lie scut her to the galley to Mie-\ViII. the me I read jcsterdayI'idii

rounooiJ mM full in some .\'l amt as t-vMil.. amid I don't, think he was 't have a ;good ending.: MEERSCHAUM PIPES, The Star Laundry,

j If it bas l'"fn d.'vT\ed h)' him on I as mach put out as \rl'll'lItll.t1: to be. IK leu-It didn't'! !

,,'l ':):n It is fri'iunrioed. it \\ i ill: fall onscxr.rr I Two days hater we had half a gale I SueNo: mamma threw it In the fire.l'IIItldplJia AND Biggest Busiest Best !II

hint or late r, lout if it l has not and a tii'iiblin sea all\ day\ and far : Ueiord. ,
th n It will return ii|'on time IK'rson \\'ho2tr into limo eight.Vi' were under very I .
!Mi-iimcd nnoon.Steamed
aour. id l it They ecaipare it to a I shoit.ill., but the bar s\\.umed along us show them to vou. I
xvf'c4vit'.i which a \\nodnun leaves : at a s >.,d rate of !speed; The taptun I bacon Is considered a far

timbor. If is i 1 is tiMtm to go: it will ,:> i'ei"t to keep our course and speak great.r delicacy than I Iwdid bacon and! I PETER LINDENSTRUTH \; They Speak
is ranch less wasteful of
and cleave tie wall but if it Ins: not the first sad \u met ask for two or I a very way

Jt vial; fly out niul strike the woodman thusnun and t.'uib at Sierra Leone. cooking it. Take a piete of bacon, wellwau I II I 11C South Palafox trpPt, r;( I i I Iy

hinialf, who Is drum it, between the U MHIISI! > of the third day I went I and scrape It Put it on a steamer I :
lading the steameron I for Themselves !
over water put i
'yes aloft to Mve-'n the sea, and the very *
A the tire and cook till the bacon Is =GOLA=
'fllf' three altars Inside the .
nn first objeit r: 'l'h ruj eye was ourlonglawtt. I
cos i(1 at Iiri'M.lunay. Irelind. built I M>e was to the t.utuard ten .'r. AUnit forty minutes should be Ii i
allowed each on21ulS'ben cooked, I Grist and Corn We let the Hhirt-, (
:l-1I\.1rI' of rough loose shines and liar.Imi aid windward of us and bearing: down to : Meal MillsM. > s .
I peel oil: the thick outside: skin and and Cuffs we Launder!
<-n tie! top rf them a number of aero s. our couise She wasn't over ep'- .

cnrinI m. rnnnd. nio-jtb stone 'Ibeseluvn threo inoi!! IIW I,}'. and with my glass I cover thickly with rasped V-rcad- I F. GOflZflLEZ & CO., PlIOp i, Itij trumelvThey will! talk

hate used fir cais.n; ; bj Inrllill: 1 (' i cvtr.v man. I I crumbs. _- I Manafaotcran i 13 'than WH can.: We want to b<

1.N-T.1. aid tl.e natives are \'tijrtitwus I'IXMI leiwrtiii the boat to the captain I CHOICE MEAL ANn PUKKGHOUNC : more by the work we do I." ,
Cla.a and IH..b Towel,
nbrut tl.eui.Ono ul'I'r'l he swore 'by the big; born spoon STOCK FEED
I whit: we say.
' Class towtls and so called\ dish: tow-
nnxle of ntcrtirj:: the curse that he'd not take a man aboard, but I Patronlie Home Industry, for tbcre u
ils should I..' of diffmut mater.als and I every reason you should buy,our Meal oneStock
f.r the person whom! the stores when the boat had come within hail ,

"1'1"\' turned to hare a grave dug to he changed his mind, and her crew was each kept for its own particular use. : for by so teed doing from yon tbe encourage Home Manufacturer borne Indai- ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Calle! for> and Delmre r ,I
Either red and white \blue and
'Anse himself to If laid in it nn.l to soon tumbled over the rail and glad to the or try. Your money U left In the commnnuj
best I and yon In turn are Indirectly benefited TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-
white plaid linen Is the for glass, '
have three shovelfuls! of earth cast over get aboard. They had pone off intending I In ottering tbe home manufacturer rOt
him the gravediggers at the same time to make the coast, but had forgotten I and the plain: linen crash fcr dish j contribute to the oauieol labor You ow
!I. towtls. I llto tbeoommnrJty In which you live ant INGRAHAM Manager.
t recitiu rhymes. to take a compass, and had been : I .blob oontrlbatel to your sup Dort, ,


The Surprise Ht} ft Their starting suddenly asunder

; Gives "Waffles" pain and causes wonder.

< .k.2f;tjf Surprise is natural when you see the good lemon filling

i 1 .. / .. :: made from the magical

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: "Tm' Presto


I P 54 c (Better than flour)

Filling soft as cream on velvet-not a r"ass'
y The H-o-tR "j r Company __ does it every time even though the cook Has CCVU.
made Lemon FUliaz before. _
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tyspepsia, Constipation Sick remedy was originated, aft-r painstaking os.
.sago-L and designing of
half in : Dear Sir I take in
.. Lad n!.Ued, ; and long continued research, "My pleasure
'. ;''l(1d ieadache, BiliousnessAnd I All over the COUll try'oml'n are bee :'
r she exiReh'd! ('oiui'' '". by a druggist of forty-one years ex- acknowledging receipt of policy for
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granted a
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after all
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/ I I these classes: !' : '
while says
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!. ;!Ii! > fir.t nwuifi-tatlon I felt. The words in her mind were, to suffering This makes my total holdings In

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:, ?'.,? ; !n. ' ; your
,1 II ,(,n:. .: (unit her extravagancepit : he al realized it. though perhaps it ties. This will be a great step hi the : per bottle for or 6 bottles for $.5.00. Send investigation, I take pleasurein Camping Outfit can be procured
and book
stamp of
uii the duO( k, told him should have been, "Did not underStand right direction for then china painters | wondfrful particulars cure. Address : THE recommending your company to from us.

1 HI figure: more lastly; will tint be dependent on conventional |LAMAK AND RASKIN DRTO Co., all persons looking for protection to

,.iornhi;: tiny hadatpn In lie had quoted the lines himself as shapes lu jwtttry' and the necessity of i Atlanta, Ga., or URICSOL Chemical their families and investment for

oul.l nut i-ixak for she he left her, but he quoted tllt'm1'1" the same ,tel'limwill\ ? used over and | Co., Los Angeles, Cal. Jug Trade a Specialty.COl'X"fUY .
I o\er again: but each woman can design -i themselves. EBEX SMITH."
sere "f tl'n'r Neither did batim. with the proper pronouns and
and model her own and thusgie ORDERS SOLICITEDand .
\e<'jit to hay that sin- did not I then was sorry they had come to his pieces i, 9ENEKAL FRENCH: 8CHKDUIK! CECIL AVILLCOX, Manager,
ipiorttiiiity\ | totLI' Intioduction I Promptly Shipped.
ui, but wouldlien she had III i lilt Jacksonville, Fla.II. ,
of original; types. I Following is the schedule of the
it OUT All the way to the city it worried
General French II. 1HOKNTOX. AKPM.
him. had she not answeiul him: government steamer Main House. -401 S. Palafox street
lie had thought it over nail ale I Why I
Ilrlh "'pr.- ('nnili.l. I which THE NEWS prints for the Pensacola, :Fla. I
ulc d that sho had tarter, in the I when he had f-i okm to her I Doctor Your wife i ia in a r.'ry rrit- I' oeneflt of the merchants who ship R. R. Exchange: -Opp. Union Depot.

rs of their :\("'lllainlaIlCt'l.nwn11I. ly after the collar epistle? It had abways leal !state, and I shoulil tcioaimeiul you I i ;heir goods to the various army P. O. Box al. Pensacola, Fla. 1

I''/ She\ aliiit rl'al'hl'll thy htoiight an l1I.wl'r-IIUlt hearty. to call in some specialist to consult on ;posts: Try the NEW Want Column. I Phones llfi 2E8.
I Leaves Pensacola .. ... .... . 7.MB. m.
the .
i that he (had deirm-d i her, k ill.!I). "What's the trouble. Mrs. case !Leaves Rarrancns----------------- 7::", a. m.

.>. lull the puny. open| fa('\'.lil i John?"* his pet name these two mouths. 1I11":1I1c1-| There, you ".w. dot"!tor, 1 : !Leaves Sickens ....... ... ...... ..._. f.ixia.

hut ft liiiitt1 who coiiM !I T hen he sold, "If slh''s going to ;gfthtiily I was rL'lit again. I told my wife; lout I I I Leaves Leaves llsrrmicfti 1'eotneola ........ .............. ....... 10:15*.15 a a.. 01'1, ",'._- ...-- .i--, ..'.-- .'...PT.TnT- .. r ..-..T.. .. -- ,
'. a.Ad W N. P1trIW4W. ..
ago she on.'lit to get proper iiinlJCiil adiee. I!! Arrives Borrnncas 11:10 s.m. and then I: .tir"--- 'sm--
!..- own temper and who i : and quiet about nothing, all I I
makes a to tort McKee aud
trip then
right. I \ but she ahvajs thought you might; ,arcs to liarrancus.: rei 1 i I, .>: WE HAVE ON HAND AND ARE RECEIVING DAILY THE .
coldly audnielly j
in I
i I be oft'eiiileil. Leaves Htirrancsj .............. .. ..--.... p. I
,? l.l'i i I Hut: ?s he thotuht::: it OUT puhaishi '...esces I'lckcns ..... . ..- lio p. I I
affable I ANXIOUS MOMENTS. I..a\"s tvnsacola ... .... 4::tn p, m'l : CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ;E Eis
been at
,, .1 i '11 thei7y/ little frout I I hid alit exactly Leaves I'jckens ....... 5:15 p.
!In lie house:: in tinMilnuliN, !I the tablA lie had kl-Mil her gooill.j.IIOWCMT '. Same of t'ie: most anxious hours of Arrives harranrns :5.80: p. m. and ,
rip to McK tt and r turn. [:;] FRUITS. NUTS CANDIES SEEDLESS RAISINS lf:
of the! a mother's :life ,
: ul'ar' on till thoMr in I and her espouse was j jpasshe are those when the \Vfcdne-d.iys and Saturdays the ,

.1 i- i t.e her unite evidence (If I dutiful \aritty. It made him little ones of the household have the goat: 7fi'leave 'Harrall"as via Pick- A'cD ALL ARTICLES NE'F 4SARV :. :

due to thick of it. I croup. There is no other medicine ns for Pensacola at fi:3U: p. m. I(:J ?<. v<. S v...c TO 1'U1' IN YOl l' I Ii ?'< .-< .0: ,< '1(fl:l

so tlfpctive this terrible malady The General French is for
.M the Il! k,' he found thit he h1111O army :
this .
of tlie trasttly was : :
as; Foley's Honey and Tar. h i Iii a purposes only and any outsider must y' *CHRISTMAS CAKES. :
1 I rid: tri<'d l t'l put on that rochiik all his additions and the seeond j houehold favorite for throat and lave a pas from the quartermaster .# _"" -- 3.H

frayed and saw toothed bookkrqxr was spaicd the usual"jullyiug" lung troubles, and as it contains no ) take passage o i her.Herring FRESH I'3I'PPLY OF k: : i f

:o'clock he found that opiates; or other poisons, it can be .
had latched his Iy
lie -
he figure
1 L.ul j-.ild, not altogether;: was shading: every ; :

t' i it -.hoiild never have There was tine page in last yt iai's cashbook I ---7 HiM1.lna:: -r, l Bros. ::.. OF ALL KINDS. ..>

!'dry. aud then iIldll1-- suiiiUily; disfigured, the day after A god !Inslanceef, the iiniioitjticp of W: FREE DELIVERY TO AU. PARTS OF THE CITY. [iW:
(luiictu.itioii WitS affunUtl in the case (iOn.BIX;, 1:1: 'I
she had hint So he ItuPIII.tIwork *
he had actqited '
of a coiiieinpoiary.\ according to theI =:: ROBERTS & DAILY I :
and sharpened his pa-ncih HJ the Have specially constructed Wagons ;
I I lioiuioii
Chrouiili which
: ,,1'i was the loss of llt'rIT'S I time he had tired up two inlies of it I Ij : the: death of the bishop once auiiounced <>f- i., for from the tile removal city limit of dead aniniils ,(t J 218.220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. Ifl l !),
'iul the neat pile of led sh.mngs had j Itiisliane. This IMione 1..W. .o
was promptly contra Will remove dead horses or cows for I'ens.u-olu, I'l.i.: ,t4g

:eon II in Taignifiuit 1'1'1.1' Irtivll his j jI (tided. The explanation followed that One Dollar each .I
;_,.. : .. ;' ; .-.-.. .; ,
YOUR DUTY I I I.'u': less tiouded. and: leached 1 the caMp\ recei\e was: "Ilishop: < Address HERRING IJROS., r: ,e 1i W- W- m11mm/1..1.W".rr JAI/yJ.1..1..11..11."4.y W W r _- ".tar.r1y. -

t-j l he sMe of his desk and rang a naswchl i; P.risbatie found! (had !o1'arpl'lIt; fifty Or leave orders tiouldin

I j: feet lUll;:." U'-ailnig this as two item l.ij: ; East: Intendencia street.
Inl.., healthy, especiallyi I r caL |
r.f the editor chose the
,M h.ible remedy for I I'ILl P s S I news. news WICKE & CO.
j I piece nf !inturmntioii most suitAl- to his
kidney ills ait'ii It:1.. 11 o'clock when at the door I l I
Hitters can be 'I column', and the table announced."The i
trtam hill house in the suhuihi I
I ,iv Urnart. It will of a tt'lI.t"ullittI'a housewife took a package I bishop" cf IrbulIlIl'las\ IJI..n TLcsp tiny Cato psulcs :>rc superior,
: the found droll. Plumber Gas and Steam
i.' vcs. improve Fitter
,iutf-ly cure HEAUSI from ihe blue ,.Ultt'tlllil"ent'r of i ___ r Rilsaaj: if < i'i>aituw : ,

>K;IIIO.N: Cu.NI ; pone. The dowel's were violets, lier ,: C''11/1' (njc i' {a 81'/\ !

MA .. faMiptis! and this was the note with ,.g I'T 'I1J'1' IIJ 48 hears the i
I I.-- ill: VRI V. /rC'/7'M No. & South Pnlafos ?
iht'm: ;!) A. I 1e14e. ,lUll .JI lilt in "111 Street,

"ilv; IIf ou: IMS: \ ; AL, I. ar -t 1\lrlO. John-Prob.ilil 1 am .ibruit. hill n If> 'I t'I'f.GlST'' : All Kinds Oi Plumbing and GaB Fittm B Material Kept ou Hand

\ir Diu,;i-t, It is I : ., irobi'1 deli 'inilerblaiitl. but This pipiaturo Ii on erery box cf tho pi.nt the n _. fKtjKPHOKW !'ll\ .IItIi'l/y' J0'7 i 1'
I I ii u.<> I u 1 i. ;',1 .M',i kuua 1 amav :Laxative 3romo=QusnineTaulti > -

'1 :.,'. I !- Ii .1 t say ;a1. .il j>...ii1"l i i I the remedy that cures a coM lu one "TIER'S '? 'I i H.ul. I ,. : \ :1. UIPI I tl"iirfhl I II 11 l!, ,
: I' ,K'K, t I. 1"'II"r'o 101 M Fruit rake l beat made: at 1'Ie11Ieriteaut -
i : ;M aa.1. II II I i''ally Wdsli ti
Rio i ,. i'> uli. "; 1 l..i Ui 'litollai'- :: Hakery. HARPERWISKr Liquors i
: ( .1 BITTERS -
"MI O.i;-. i -ti-1 II.., ,, :,ni> maiii. i
.,' ,. t.. |I' ,t- mi ""in, "I l thi'st saw : NOTICE.
.:' .\i -I I n y "I. il hen! thex- FOR- '
inn el 111. u, J lin n I iaouM -' I
,,. Ih i 1.,11. th.mlc i.i'oilmss, I I"P. dear to notifv the pubin tau < .
ffJSilMNIAI 11'ar'I'h non '. to h 1\<: run 'oll City Transfer Co. i j. gull inhtHine8 J !>
I '. 11.:v ;n f.ld tins IWIOltO and there i; no truth what- I

.. :oha! ,. I ': ever in the report circulated by ourI @li CHRISTMAS m AND HOLIDAYS r i

'i 1' i is HI. ..- I I.i. nil t.i.ii.lins house I competitors tlMt we had di"conI :
,. < "li;, Hiinnnuiit
]1'S I
.1' a,1 < n
n Iii- c.\'c.\UI:T fri I I tmued. Mr. J. t;. Ynietra; has b' eu ,
I.. <'i tft'ii ted d>rn nu u sll' s i i dl-.I"tl"; n lint 1 .
s.r. III.r 1'.I'lan'ls i 1.1\ -iid .i l .ul! r.t! I i ii'l I iu-iilr>' In-! I 1 employed a* manager and will hereafter
> ''" ." ,i i il.11 rpuu- "..I '.. .11 = ',' I'" I.,, ;' ,,'" ...11,,', ; pproiiilly superintend ail --\1'THE--
,, i 'rla"dn''In' 'M h k' ., ii> in i In .1l"1 ii \Kt{ is tor a yea 1 bu-me3 for till; firm. All persons t
a I 1'\1 1.1 ireII ...., ', 1 ,
should him
having hauling! see atIt.
ll I till I >L I III ,
i i : I as t. us. <1 to love to wrt" OIlI'P. C. 1'. Co.. Iex Il' Reliable Kentucky Barrel House .
,i.j :. ms \\ tin wt- sere in the his .
CANDY I'h"np -112. K. S. UKAN KNS.I ; ,
I ITiiliu
CATHARTIC v1 I 1-1 got to catch up on some work i I : !
-- ------ -
iii| this mnrmtiu so will ilosr.
"die the llott.rt. Will Iv h-iin. i I MIDWIKKKY. SA Friedman j ji

i -l l.(AinilJOHN". j, The undersigned takes this: method \ .

\ ;. n loek on the little: piTch of i )f Dllnrinir! her services asa a ,
llo,' I,: 'I l 1.. lioiisi' ill tIlt uhurhs stood I first-cl1s" licensed midwife, hav-

.\"ii'''_ :ii Hi-en ilV ill a fresh Isle l ling had 35 years experience: The Aristocrat among i bOLI : PCOPRIETOII.i . 't iih fresh flowers seattereil I j Can give! best of references: from :

I' It'll... r iirnt, TG....ul I\o 1 '"1'1I1Ih it and pink riblious twicleil. 1 1I I j leading physicians of this: city. the Whiskies of the old i! I am now receiving the Lir {e-t and! ino-t xo-lletit a-"'rtninnt of i
.r I. |'" t. sue
CURE CONSTIPATION: ... ;i :iliont it. whore they ought to lie-at I JHf lit South Dalliere I'5t. School. Without a peer. I Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Gins

....t..." \.. r..l. lit | least <.> John thought for it was his
-- --
faMIIite For Bale bvDannheisser 1 DESCRIPTION.Alo .
.. .. 'I i gown.S'ie I
HMO-sac. .-, ?!' :I.', .'lI..bll JrIa' : wore u bunch of xioltts at hir .! NOTICE I the Fine-t and Large-i: Line of (_'u.f titled Gi'\od*. ;I '

--- -- -. '"--- belt/ :1'111--\\.1//, they got inside the littl I I; I have been authorized to take Bros. I Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. :

,! ,' !lr..I1; with all the haste that era s subscriptions for Win. JenningsBryan's I 1 I.I I I.
The Commoner. I guarantee hoiie measure, be-t qu:ilitv mid lowest pricf-s. He sure to I
Illi' and 'mix' paper. I
Ik: I \to & Co, I' en Mi.\KI.IS r.. SIIII\VOOD. i: The vance.price Those is $1.00 de per inn.year the in paper ad I" ""nLl'our Cnritinaordii to ,, .

.\vein all\ drying inhalints and ,I I can have it sent to them by se diD? I S. A. FRIEDMAN
INSURANCE n-e that which cleanses and heal; |1 11.00 to the undersigned.; : :

: lie UK-uihratiP.: Kly's Creiiu: IJjIm \i H.M. ROCHE, HARDBRICK I .m: South Palafox Street. P. 0. Box: h. PKNriACOLFLORIDA.! !
t\ ;i' !i- -ueh a rt'lIl'duid cur-- Catarrh Care Daily News

..,t-ily and vleasintlv. Cold in the I I II
--- --- -

HEAL ESTATE, lie.uijui: I"-hei quickly. Price 50 PEARL & DOIiVE' I TIME TABLE. ; :
<'Nets sit drll: i-t. or hnUll..
No.I South Palafox'
Street. itirrh ('an-.... dilliculty in speak. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. 1 1i

inj and to a !great pxietit lo:-of I hail- Call on them at the corner of Garden I I
Ml Lit of !1-.iniile! DI\'l'hn! lags\! Uvthc u';" of Ely' Crpalll B all n IN KKKKCT DKCEMBKH 1. hal, .
:" i
and Aleinu for
dropping of iiHicu* !ha- enatdoiee\ streets carpenter

r.- Kent III'uj..u, 1'art- ) huring have: itreithimprovtd.. sari! lectrical work, or phone ffH)I. New Orleans and Mobile. i iI

of the City : J.V. I),,\'I'\-\n\ .\t1',' at law .- ... -- 1 __ ,_._ .:_ __

r (m J-stury ilwcllini! ;. withcrllnr' Mouuiotith.! Ill.STEAMER .Il rrdrrtj. 's, lie 5Wor fir. I Xo.t!. 10.4. So.2. Nn.a. No.1, No.L
i .itl lc. oontnini'iK i> "room; illi -- -- 7:15 a 12:15m lltJ/i p 1.l"a"e." .. P.pna"eola. ._ 'rrtee' :\:011 a .:00 p 11:00
i I. nll"avenlece. in iiiuM dt'. N:5tJ( a :2:'1 p 1.111 a L.ave_.. .1''lomatou ..... Leave 2ei a 210 1' p !
'.Ir fectniu ; >o. Is \\'..-( LiiKuni CAPTAIN FRITZ FRUIT CAKE. ALTO\\ OS HAND 1I1JII a 4:2!: p I 2:55; a L..avlI..__ llobllt ..h. Leave 12 to n"t 1Il p 11 fOU; II }
I ....___ 1I:1fp I,-.::!O a-_ Lease..Naw_ -. IrI..D; ., eUp 1:"5a _II ,1
"J I a-bulf p tory liouf rontam- 1.1111:0. COMION: Captain U,) to the \\'..5t Florida SteamIlikery --- North.
looinnil; miulHrn i' -
-. m >o. Tit Ia-t 1.>t will make reuular trips between for your fruit cake for Christ-

rret.dory lVnacola, Point \Vi,hiu2ton audFretport. ma-. They nuke: the bet. 25 teat : No. 2. No. C. I tio. I No. a.
ronuis atI e..IIALF:4'e. .... ..
II 11:1\\ p m 12:19p m Leav. PAn.aeola. .-'rrlve 4:01)pm .I
I .isiio\rriiini'iit slrcrt.tori per pound. 3dtf. ..
Leave I P.iylentreet: ; 515 am 8:51 pm Arrive. Montgomery _. L. ave 11:15: to m 11:81\:
-- ilat-iiinir. containni)g !' wharf 'r Sur.Iffy at C --- 11:511 am 1/:0'4pm Arrive... Btimingham/ ...Ieace !b 1:33am p 1..
a:111 all iniHlrrn conxeiiiii a. ir. and lIrri"t' Try Gunther's Candies at TO5pm( 8bla m'rfl I \'' .._.5asbviile .... Leave .. ..... 1:06pm... .. _
:al,'(in :North Kajlrn t:>l.. at Freepi.rt at 0 p. m. -.miday., -TO- I :::'111 am 11:13 to m Arrive... Louisville .., Iot'a' 915 pm !:45 I'
> "l i IIIK' Dial l>i'olo iLn'elwII t%. Leave .... .. a m
i i Freeport Itip-dav at fia.; ti 1. Solomon's. ,7'Oam lIillam: 1 \rrive .Cincinnati Leave ftr'lpm; lIltlpm
> wiiti -uM-al r.iim No.'IUNc near! belt tt line tlari i and in'ivp at -n-aooU. 6 p. in. -atIlt' I 7:1 Ja m _IIjalp- Arrlv"__ 'I. LoUI" Leave, _IIII; mR:56. _. m 1

xPit i R" UlK'llKtllllll.iwrlinu (h.FlrE.I .', round trip. *-"> ; uuP wa \', AND
i 'on. ti-li line. No. 411 ,I S1;:l lnltl1' ; Eyery Yoma ONE MILLIONGet I JUNCTION .
iii- :lIn.I..I"It-usaDd| He, ,- I .h"rll
I No l-1)ally No. 3-1)81Iy NOhtop Urn" nut 4hoaa I So. J-Oally
"rooms. IitL,11v" water and lawlerr4re/nnAelealdlnnw' No ::!-l'to1IJ
c.HJ' \\' .' '
U 1< Co'"". '
+" L a1M1 tit t6c wvaurrrr to I "" 1
"ii75 Lt-av.L.P..Dlaeo. ...:1rrvP --p--
7:00. m
ilrlliafcNn a-1)'t' V.'rlght, I e ,I M4RHLhirling Spra Dm II ob..nua .. .. A:80 p.1; i I
NEll'IIERtbt1UDtllln.o..n. ) 1:1s: :\ nljtbt 7.IB .h. 10117"
'v :.UK. 7 rout.ty' ".It'r anatiiie norcoD4inei-i" of ttic \ r;. ..,. 'IL"wh.I..I' rI.,... /ltJfC I::.'O" 7:1! It _. n'IHra 1'Sc: II I 11:08 4
PMQ *> .' :: 1
: lot I 1101 'I
oti .
ilium i in oorIIIOK lUll a.d 01.N. 111't'1- ..( If _
I 'raDd.'a Before E.eambla .. I
will be Prices '
re> Our 7.18
imnsil>le ': 12'8" ... 192 :
e I' 'Irncedhtnct .,1'1"1 {" .. ::\7"Ixi"
-"" la. for QoDti contracted by ibecrew /. II u...... !: 76" -- :II alat .... :: I
Noi >,
at :4
10..111 .
-i \ .t of (aid vessel ... 1111I" 7::.. I .. __._. Harp .... ._ 101 II I
".. !M'.'(,,"IIU..n.with ri0.Mlr' i it I'. A. Et iir\'AKKIA, ld yoar 4-,1, o.It. 125) 7.85"' I ..--.tilltCity ......... It leg 6.tJ';: II {I
-: 1 :\\...Iii:ix, i-orner l'.I" hUIt Transit To lamma. of:1rlwann4alpe,16A un LI.. nuwptwaIrL c Purchasing.Capacity 12.\Ij": 7:11I: :: ...-..... MHtoo. .- .._ : 10:10" 6:7 6:21: If I
1'111 .. I ..... Good .... I
::flip.i ''I,'i- r. rl.. "iriHllll*. Consignors lildttaIHEttn"caprainoaar "":.",",I''Ir"'I1. + IC:! a m. range II 1:66"
... t ........ "
ior\\ !'w.ii, Ilo"ral"l IN. It .1.4.1t IrMa IM" 8.15" Holu .-. 5:1fi" .
tu.Nn lif } a-t u i 4aa II
.. ; I i.i t (ull .. i
i., ,". N} ; ;-.111 .aiKaiji rr* ii<*ni TTI- } 20" 8:*) -- 11IIlan .-- v.)Q" I '
.Iy unit-moil ':11
w '-to'y' ,lw. .'inj. No. us b>I.i' -' !"f.:' nor consieneea" of the" Hpuii- ralnal.eroLdleiJlLa1A.LU.. !tai .. 8S'I II I .". .-.... t'rPStrlrw--' .._. 5:11"' i ':110 w
," "'i-Lt. i n uin>, o.t> wall' it:"j : Lit u "Jb" will b.- responsible Room Mo Time Kldg.. New \ ork. lIlJl", 8.:>1\ ._.Deer Land ._.. It 9::.6 It I! 11:34 IIS'3"
-- "
for debts ... Moaty Head "
coutraetf -- 8\0 w4W
i lie the crew of said "l"ssAI." 50,000 Daily II If .lJeYunlaUprlniL" tls II I, ; i '
i\iellina, No 4ti
I. r"OIIInil tift rasn.r I II.I "co- AR\NO, CHICHSTR' ENGLIsMr .:1" 8:10"I I -.-...- Argyle ..._ It .7s4 I t'49.81 ".. i)
,a !IJ tit, tn. ;,* Ea.t l.tin -. '''r f mnMt Co, t aDimn. r ENNYROYAL PILLS 4:4 1' .". ..Ponce dt [A'OIl.. .7rri ':11 .I t
C.ilrn..po 1011' 6I 10:10' ._ ..K'estvll19._.._ ? 7:17" I,
r' Kiii' II6.tJ11 1'i
nr "ruir .c (I.Irl..1 an.1 .. ,. IM
".1 ';n..It.I" 10.15' ... C".VIUt .. It
"Ht. 1:12
r''ui I
u''n 'M s
.utioutana iu l.u lla .. 1:4:1:
r till, 1111-1! ill"L'llr. !Hi _.r-- M-.l II1KK llln Captain. u- ., f ,41 .y. 11- C 11 i\.LhU: U'un 5.S: 1O::o .__IOn\l&_.... ... It 8t5.. I l'n II : l
"f Pn nor of tb. ..,. .'. ILU 1\00 II 10:47 It II .. t.blpley: It :
1 { tI" 1 ,
M'liiilrr uu"lliii >, aw'dl :" .. ... ( .4J "" ... ....., .. fIt1. idp u
,. .
-t, : -aLduHi'ViKiit K\r ; Kus-mn: hk \ flR\'al will! be'rtons'tilf : 4't..' .'. 1.. .n.obof'. Hf"u.. Brick Go 1\:$) 11 :'17" .. _.._Cottondale.-- AIi I Irll;
for debt contracted I -;1 r.flenen.... .oh..lo.. and Imlu, 7: HOS. C. WATSON & CO., by the crew of said! vc"sel. I-L 1/ .I....... 'II".. P.rileal.rti' , ..,II'I .;SO'. 11:45 It .._._ Cypress... .... 5='11" 11:45 1:14.a'' i
AALTOS E I \ Cf .. UfJ II _._OraDrt _. .. m }'y
A. T:41J"
t" 'U"Iturfrl.a.- Ridge
I )
r ltenlalarllllninan! ," !;. I I. r ....... .. t.b9. "" .. ,. I, II !Y .i
s ..
.1 mi r i n comma. J. .. ara on. .11. I. ,. 5d'. 7:59: 115 lofi Qoon n.. tnead ;:1" \ .'
!'aatux'tnert. 10':518 : '
I ..UI.I.I/I1.'t' lyd46 I .at"I.d"r..: !1.dl..auar..I'alL.5.YI' hit! hf l.r4 hrml.mU *. i Pine Barren, Fla. ; 11:15 I :: IArrlveRlver.nctlOQ _Lea.el) 11:111" 1\1\ :2 w

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ON BOND 10-DAY t !
Are you a member of that small class of HOLIDAY i CHRISTMAS
...nsUl1,," who are not usingM..(OU Lt'CK' i _
l4 Baking Powa.-r? A duthl'h the I..u..we01lT'S i iI : i.j 9'.j" '
4 inrbelf Is to ol'tain that ...hkh.with the ,'i Ike Henderson, white, was released ,.. ,

due least the expenditure grcates-t results of time U"voon't and Ulor you, will a desire prr- on bond this tnorningsati-- '' E }' ((;)!

to only the Iw-'L aii't I'ur.a.e It at the lowest factory security haviiiir been given DISPLAY CHOOSING

4 llsun 7 'BNb L'C'K"111.. at a "ft of'., U. S. Comniissiouer Tuni nll. Hen-1 g1 g1a 1 ,
t.ants|'er iM.und. raltbb ni--e-.t hread "" -
and give you tile greatest satiatactiuu& bout derson was recently committed on a I i '

delay order toJay.Richmond.. ,: charge; of selling whiskey without :11 1 3r -A-T- ;

i Virginia. ,i license. He i is being persecuted in r. "

the federal courts, and was highly STORE.LI YOUR LIST AS THEY MAKE THE MOST I'SIMTL Ol (.ti I '

< elated at hi* liberaton.Loss .BIG t I

: I ,, ------- ., | LADIE Lace: Patent Ideal Kid /Shoes... .. .. ...._ .. .. .

'I ''ai fl I s SOCIETY EVENTS lL of appetite is an ailment that [I] I LADIES' Strap Patent Leather Shoe.. .... ..... .... .... ... . t
indicates others, which are worse- ; .. ,
Hood's !Sarsaparilla: cures them all. I I! E, Handkerchiefs FOP 1\11.\ [; LADIES'Lace Patent Tip, Extension Sole i loe............ .. .

444 AND PERSONALS -- -- -- ..., LADIES' 1-Strap Beaded Slippers... ... .... .. .. ........... .

: TRACKS WERE i ii [ij Our Stock is Complete With New Lace and 1:): LADIES' IbuddirSlippars, all kinds. .. .. .. .. ....... ;.. .. ,. . .

; >z z szsZS25ti Embroidered Goods. ';;j MEN'S Lace Patent Leather: Shoe. ... ... ...... .... . .. .
J. J. Horne and wife of Chicagoare WASHED AWAY I
the Merchants today. i I?; LINEN HEMSTITCHED FOR LADIES: AND GENTS eel: i ii MEN'S Heavy Patent Enamel Shoe. ..... .. ., .... ..... .. .. ,

at: Silk Initial i I. . .. . . . . .. .. .... 20 to Wc I '
MEN'd: House Slippers. .. .. ... .. .. . .. ...... . .. .
1I V. E. ColEman "f Chipley regis- I r Linen Initial, Fancy Boxes . . . .. . $1 50 box !
; -re Jut the cambu last uijrht. 0. B. Fnersou, who i b at the Merchants -,i j. Children's Initial, Fancy Boxes.. . . . ,. .. U5c box 4j BOYS' Box Calf, Vici Kid and Pat. Kid Shout
t Children's Colored Bordered, Emb. and Plain. toe doz t I ILtdie
; from his
.r Upo. I. Led;wood of Los Angeles; received a message I ;ae ;;' Linen, Emb.and PIdn..n: $ ) (\ :t CHILDREN'S Fancy Tops Pat. Vamp Shoes.INFANTS' .

f' \;,il.. is oue of the( quests at the Mer- firm at River Falls; Ala., yesterday I ;e Ocnt5' Colored Bordered Plain Hemstitch. 50c to $1 doz r,cj : : Soft Soles in IS: Styles.MEYER .

'IUN.. : stating that the rains had washed [jj j Ladies' and Children's Hosiery. (t ij:} '

F. K. FJY, a siw mill!! mm frcm the railway tracks away and it is : 5, 10 and li5c Lpaders in Ladies and rhildr! >n's Hosiery. .;.

!'t.tan; Ali., Ii re;;ijtered at theM inferred that shipments of timber Our Special Regular Made H'>->e for ftoys and I :
.. I) Girls .. . ., . .. . . . . .. . .3 pair for 50c; ,(I) SHOE CO.
rcnauts.Kali's will be debyed.)1r. Bicycle Hose for Boys. . . . . .. .. .. .. l0c! pair ,.... ,
C. fire S.iloou ii distributni Frier50u i* proprietor <>f the : 1:1:
Fancy (!}
';j Articles.
L ifnctive wall: to its sawmill at River 1'alN. : Feet Furnishers for ('a,h Oiilj.
large I Gold hell Ring:: .. . .. .. ... .... .. .. .25:! ,<)c and $1 each
:-t.ner!; II I I ? Kelt Pins. . .. .. . . .. .. . . .. .. 13c to 25c; each 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
Mr*. John l:11tJYoc: chilJreu.Wt Belt Beta.. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . .. 2"jcto: $1.25 each ;1, -
have been with relatives 10 THE WEATHER TO-DAY. i ?; Wrist Bags! . .. .. . . .. . . . tic to $1.25 each }
: Handome Purses . .. . . .. . . 2eto'I.25each:: -
iJrewton, have returned.If o; Kid Gloves . . .. ... . . .. . .5e to $1.64) pair :
L Brown of Evergreen, Ala., LII'AL Increasing KoKEC-A-.r cloudiness-fair and tonlRht warmer; Thursday light to Golf Gloves. .. . . .. .. .. .. . -5c to 50c pair '.:j' Merit Wins

6 arrived list evening Ho is a prosperous : fresh north to east winds. I II Dress Goods and Silks. ;a

merchant of that place. I II '
Temperature in Last 2* Hours: ;I No Article is More Areeptalilc than a Nile HI'c"-: --- -
L: Stevedore Churchill is reported I Maximum .._.............m..m.j degrees '' or 1Vai-t. (!))
....... .
-iek Slierilf George K. Sinith Minimum degrees ,
today. ; ) !
also, unable to leave the house.R. I
is j Temperature Elsewhere : I [ij| Venetians, Broadcloths and Whipcords. .. ., .. ... ., !89c! yard |e J
O. Peters, the Michigan capitals MAT. I
+ who has been here several Atlanta. ...... ............. ... .... 4> Mln'I' Novelty Black Dress Goods. t', :1
Kisiimrck; ...... .........................:U -.I I (:
day*. left this morning for Jackson I Chicago ..... .. ..... ..... m....... i' H $1.75 Seller .. .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. . .. now $139 yard :
ville. Cincinnati ._......._...___._ ;jI1 iMoalveston I $1.60 Seller .. . . . .. .. . .. .. ..... .now $1 25 yard I ILFOED DOG
_.. ...... ... .....__ ;
Huron ........ ... .. ...........-51 r. 41 10 I i >; $1.00 Seller . .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. K9c! yard I IRaglands. ,
t' t{ A. O. Wilkias of Mobile i* here ; Jacksonville ..........._._ ..-"I 41Kancagnty See Our Line of All-Wool Dress Goods at.. .. . 4Sc yard !
k He formerly : -....... ....._....__:P, IAKey c Silk Waist Patterns. . .. .. .. . .. . .. . $3 50 each
tIlr.; was manager : West ..... ......................... "> 72 I
? : ClldatlY in Mrmpbia .... ................ _._.. 4J :w : Black Guaranteed! Silk Taffeta, made for wear, ?5c and $1 yard ;:
<>: tie Packing Compiuy
Mobile ..... ..... ......... ..... ........wi :11\ I IJ
l''n ,
: New Orleans ............ ...... 5<1 4. I {
He is yet connected with this coinpjuy. >ew York .... ... .... .".I :11Havannah. m Wool Ingrain! Carpet . . .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .55c yard
.. .. .. .
.t IAIUIS.. . 7.f', ;I"Si. >'< vUnion Ingrain Carpet. .. .. .. .. .... .... . .. .35c yard ,
til Drawls .... .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .. '". .... &: .50, $1 M and $i 50 )
I'i! H remains at Ht.1ichael'of Alfred lUncli,; weret.t.rrtd t'J' LargeAssortmentof: RURS . . .. .t. .. .. ..$1.25; to $4 DOM TWO\ REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD GET YOURCHRISTMAS

afternoon, and the iliiMuicwer > MARITIME. ri :}j ,

,' iittebdad: by many friend- ute $ .. 540 $$8io c ..:.. .
.1. cea-ed. Dele;?.itions from theE ? These are bower proof. ;
and J. K. ,.[ A. aUtudfd II. :i AI'KIV M>. !
Waists. ...
IJ .".. I It-Iiip I 1.1Iw. 1 l.v. i ae n. Stunt M.O to"td..r .
r VelvetVai*ts, were .. .. .. . .. .. .. ... .. .. $4 50 now *:.75; rre4 3v
Attention is drawn to the! change ; Flannel Waists, Embroidered Dots, were.3. now $.125 F:
;k III fid.iy's issue iu Alfred Monk's; THE SHIPPING. i Silk Waist, new styles. .. .. . .. .... $3.75 to $4 50; ;pOne .WHiSKIES AND \\NLNESS.U.
I 1tthJ.J. "ad." All in ueeJcfany- Lot to Close at.. .. .. .. ... .. .. .... ... $1.75; .>o .
t'nt'i'm! 1i31ine for the Chri-tmas VKPSKLS IS PORTaTEAMUIP9. : ; White Pique Waists. . ... .. . .. ... .. .. $1.i;; to fCJ; ;.' I

:Holidays can give him their orders I a Cloaks. :
Br Cairncrag. 1'JJl, (jib onto Gulf Tran c. -

with absolute confidence that they !ilt, Aut"'0 Porotea 1V7, Kcoplnicli. to Gulf I I Irrsn Our Ladies' Special Half Fitting Jackets. .. .... .. . .$493 ,:;
will find everything; as represented. .it ('0 |I Our Leader Jackets .. .. .. .. .. . .. ... .. . . ..$700 '
Dutch Dordrwht. 1.W3 V| to II H Kover '1 Some Beauties at .. .. . . .. .. .... ... . .. .$!lI*) (;)
refreshments will be served at .'0 herd : \'i,6.lrorhdobltoLaNItitUrr :Misses' Monte Carlo! .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. '".*;jJ*) to n.i.iO ...:.. i 1.VLOOG !
t':'.- Doll Fair all day and until the Kriphia. U close of the Fair. Iiujjular dinner Karlsnoutl; ll-ni, brown, to\V a Kt'-I : ,ll:
I ier Conpnn Skirts.
:it noon. Drop in audee the elabttate '' Iranclsca, I7i;>, Kcbevassia.: to iulf' :.:' !

display of doll add retreshyourelf. Fraciit"r liersiha Coi I-"'">. NEW, STYLES ARRIVE THIS WEEK. E 1:} !
Keeps the Best Class of Goods !
The Fair ii' in the Blount.Vuon ( "i I'J I.lack.1teen: l ndf'rkHtfhree Leader .79. M and $139 ,

'. l.uildllJ Dc. l IS and 19h.. Bayer!span Hutch I<.h.I"I.Kalenareclit: AmnR., l.tM.lftiisna.toli 10 Gulf Transit "'o It '\i I| :.:i KNIT bHA\VL Colored$. FASCINATORS.1'NDEIPKIRTh Skirts at Half Price'' i Full Value for Your Money!

e 'ider the auspices of the LiJies'iiMouary I'.r Lowland llilj. Thomas to Hyer Pros i i iSpun '..; SACUESETC. \ : Full Measure !
ogono, H7". Bach to P ( Howe j I I
of the
Society 1'resby-
Aut U.impn. Ilo.t (la, to K Ho '!riaa churrh. fnctan.; ", Hooker, to (i.'11 ransiH'o i iKr i Nothing Misrepresented
TUornly, is;;. Major, toW L Wittich
.k ('oPr Fleece Wool, Crochet Cottons Fancy Scarf-, Pillow Sham, Ha
Twenty-three ewes were on the Ursula( Ilrisbt! 2111. Ccode. to I-ensa- :1" Silk Down Sofa Pillows Pillow Tops. r': Satisfaction Guaranteed
police i-cket this iu..tiii'H;. Fines wh Lumber }

u 171. .\. n CuI.onwhite, Mlll'n.urCharles Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.fb
> Plckeu, I I.i, s tit ri-n'''n, to''
WAS given th- att Illative: of leiviuj BpliTItal. I] Men's Genuine Middlesex Flannel Suits double :) j OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED.

the city within the two days or savonia, Id's.: Maggiola: Simpson (lJ breasted: . . . .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . .. .. .Sll iill workiu for tie: city fir thl foXt W 1 "'oIt Troian I';.'I. Kmalotte. to ord..r fMen's Genuine MiJdln"ex Hinnel i Suit'injle-brpasted 111 t") '!.*' Standing Pat on my Record Here for the Last ur
It VanliMi: 1'vt.i I 0"0. to lUc-a-co KrosItal (W Men'< Genuine Slater Flannel Suits, doublebreasted900 ftVI :
diys. Col-oi was charged with beuj \fKtt."UHln. 1'Jl.i: to H Mnari A Co '' Ten Style* of Fine Fancy I'asimere Suits .. . .. .. y&it : Years for Honest Dealing in Honest Good
,1 daugrro'.H and suspicious VanUuora.NVilkoiuiiion. 1Y1: ., tVrrom 1';;>O, orimps toll,H to 1I..r'li..r S V ,!:.' Black Cliy Worsted )Suits, $'J 50 to $li.t$1: ; flrt class >rood?. '>! I I II y
vnaricter.: He represented; that l.e 0t"ll1u.ed hotter Co I'l 15iq; stock of Overcoats in all the leading style;*, including WW : I I'lontroALFRED
:-'orWJld\\ood. U's, :Nelson. tossLCo1IIAKKS '' the Riironett, the coat of the season from $G 00 to $1S.W.) "J "Voiirs to
several order
to secret ,
i;; 1,347 pair of our Celebrated Duchess Trousers now in {;.;l
slid upon' the strength of this '- Nor: calon.til5. verfsen.. toS! S I. {'o stock. $I.tu to $5: 00. hj17'J
s.s, Ma uatdi, to f;
lu'itfd money: which hi- pent for 1'arodi It Kiauca a CoItal CuaunoNa dozen Men's Fleeced-Lined Underwear at 75 cents perfy\ MOOG.
it'iuor. He has a god: uJuc:itinu. Ki'cciein Kp\(-IIo.' W. kalnere, to U it suit; good full weight, perfect oods. ?vi!
Kaa-HACo 2;: dozen Men's Fine Still Bosom Shirts, regular; price ; <;j
LUllltl'rl'o It i'avita U s7l. hillippint to IVnMicola ;' H CO and 11.5<) each ; thhsale, (jl) cents. ro.3; I
THE BOARD OFPUBLIC :Nor ElairaGunderson.toSSLCo: : P.I Newest Styles in S5: and 50 cents Neckwear. ti't
IVn-iBoola It Kelicina Lumber Kerara CoItal s-.j, cbtatza. to Our line (f Men's Hats is the best to be found in the city. K'j:: I BIG SACRIFICE SALE !

Kareznt.71 Ko.etto. to Kosasco Kroi I .. !See: our new Panama and Fedoras. pq.
SAFETY Moved Gladan,5l7. belauder. to VL Wit- !... We are going to make a great big cut on Boys' Clothing. >ipi
itch aColtaltJ All our $7.K) suits at .. .. .. ..... ... .. .. .. .... .. ..$525: I'l I II I
'orgesR'aleutlne,7'( >7, Simonetti PJ All our $Ii 00 iuit3at. . . ... .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. 4 U:; IJJ!
--- order Nor Haniingza 4.>". Ooimundsen to W8Kejs : 51 All our $,;.5<<) suits at. . .... .. .... ..... .... .. . .. -IIi!9 !.!'
board held .-r A. <'o i iIi pi All our $5 00 suits at.. .. .. .. ... .. .. ..... ... . .. .. 3.5)8 WW : CltMi1! Bats te asl d MAT rurDbAI :
or public safety a M"iun, Moi o. ......,, tn..llov.-.t, Ko. CoItal All our $4 50' suits at. .. .. .. .. ... .. .... .... .. .. . .. 3.75 IJJ! .' ;, tl
Utfj tin; today and passed a re&tlutiou Maria IVIla 7i>' Uuardia to ,..., All our $100suits at. . .. .. ...... .... .. .. .. .. . . 345M .x .
mirslial's Hal Miro. ail. Parma, toorderItal I ( All our $3 00 suits at .. .. ... .. ... .. ... .. .. .. . .. . 2./).') (e) I, '
ji..1pro\'lng'! the act Mas-Hltrecco, \1\1;, eutura.. to order (L1) All our $1.550 suit at. . .. . .. .. ... .. ... .. .. . .. 200' !. HAM' JI.\XlT\l'TnnItS': ( OST.Begins .
in su-peudin{ Capt.tia Frank and Aunt 1'eusacoia t'oscbleb.4, (,,.'Mandik., Bimonette loonierIt to Parodi ..tI :;-; All our $2 (X) suits at . .. ... .... .... .. .. . .. . .. I 17' a4 '
C"I All our Z1.7."i suits at . . . .. ... ... ... . .. 1.45 I Sale Wednesday, December 10th, at 8 a. m. ;
()1! cer Puhtell. The latter's re iguatioa : hat i'adrr,5(5!. Olivarl toll HaariACo '; All our $1.60 suits at. . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 1.21i ,, i
was It \ugelolMtiCavalla, to lIaars.t I All our $125 suits at. .. . ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. 95; q To the Purchaser of the First Five Dollars Worth of Goods a
-accepted-- CoBr Kollo. S7>jenkms. to mater I .o This is a bonifide sale. Pair of Johnson & Murphy Shoes will be Given.Stein .

Am tit Maryi> Lowery. to order 0, .. I i -Bloch Clothing, . . . .. 9U to
The Pride of Heroes. Ital'itrnro.7111.'mlmlrttl, to order Shoes! Shoes! cost 13 to $la per suit for t8 :

Many soldiers in the last war: Nor Nor't NuurrbllalMilingtoorder trid.te9s t'etter-oii.toMullUan&Co } Shoes! o Pants, cost $3 to $6 for . . . . .. . . . .. . ?l'Ito' '

wroe to that fur Scratches, Ital TIII\ la. '7'!'. t.araullatoorder :: FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. i Large Block of Celebrated Eagle Shirts for. .. .. .. .. .. . .:$:> t" .

Braises, Cuts say, WouuJs, Corn, Sore ItTrento\olona. ,,I'7'/.\':,.Hurnler Uotusso, to to M orderKr H Sullivan New Stock of Our Celebrated Suit Received.Packard Shoes for Men ,V White Laundered end Negligee Shirts .. .. .. .. .. .. .... . .'Mt->

Fet and Still Joints, Bucltleu'aAruea Ital ,"Wind-brant.. .rUlnnl.1 77. Kazetto lil'i.; llal\to e.H S to L master t'oUer 111 PatVici, Genuine Good Year Welt. .. . . .$i 00 per pair (i Stetson $3 50 Hats for .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. . *

Salve is the bet in the \.lavat"IjI.\altln; -'n. to b P Spotter y*. Diamond Pat Colt, Genuine Good Year Welt. ..$400per pair I Men's Best Hats for. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .... .... .. ... ..!9 to
world. Same for Burns Scald: Co 0 M Vici Kid, Genuine Good Year Welt .. . .. .$3: S0 per pair ft) Johnson Murphy $:;: shoes for .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. ... . f-
.. .. .. ..
R''il=, Ulcers: Skin: Eruptions and SCUOONERS.Am M Box Calf Genuine Good Year Welt $i 50 per pair IAn Men's Best Shoes.. .. .. ... ... . ... .. .. .. ... .... .. .. .. ,us to i '
Pile*. It Only 25c Ben) C Krith.7W. Keen: to ord..rAm ....- Excellent Line of MHI'S $1 $1.25 $1.50, $2, $2 50 and $::3 <*.
tt W. A. D'Alemberte's cures or nt.1rlY.: drug store, \m lionna Brothers Christina li:>. Kelly,,, AxeUon mater, to ,: f;i' Shoes now in Stock, every pair warranted to !give satisfaction f t Stock Must be Closed Out in Fifteen Days.
Celebrated and
Our s
121 S. Palafox street. (jouldlnft KertillzerCo H A Tremendous Ktock cf Queen Quality ;
Am lljalmar. ."),Axelsen. to master I i Duchess Shoes for Ladies in the Very Latest Styles. =.
Am Harold B Couens,*til. Hart border )IIuRI.tI-Aitynonymfor: Style and Durability in .. : S. R. THAMES
Am Mary J !Kussell :aSs, Anderson to i ;9i ,
WAHTEDFURS.No. John A Merrltt I i. Children's Shoes. We are Hole Agents in this city and have ,
Am Olive T Whittier, 403, Sawyer, to J +e a full line of these goods now on our shelves. ;a aa Corner Palafox and Intendencia;. MANAM. U.
l otter skin, $!h.01 M fIll! )). A Merrltt Co g$j -gPEClAL SALE OF BOYS' HOE9.-.q I
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No. ] coon skins, large, 50 to SO F.CZEI.O Cl'HE. NO PAY. w'; A Good satin Calf !Shoe: 93o 1-- -- - -----
cects. A Better !Satin: Calf Shoe .$.1l9A
No. 1 mink skins, large, 1 1.00 to Your druggist will refund yoor money If ; Good Box Calf Shoe for... 1.28 ? D. HALE WILSON
$L50. I TetterId PA/.U OIN Ulcers TMEX: r and Jails Sore to cure Pimples Ringworm and, : t.. A Better Box Calf Shoe for. . .. ... . 1.56 ,
Other goods in full proportion. Blackheads on the fete. and all kin du- I AOoodKidShoefor..l. G
Reference: Any bank in Pensa- eases. S!t cents. : Eli' AGenuineViciKidthoefor. 195 Real Estate and Rental
coU. A Genuine Vic! Kid Good Year Shoe 2.18 t Agent
J. W. W ATKINS.d I Fruit cake, best made at Pfeifier'sSteam (T:T: A Genuine Box Calf Good Year Shoe for. . . .. .. . 218 /*". ,

!5-1 in* Brunswick, Ga. Bakery. 1m(|j J m|| j 131..2 South Palafox Street,

t|PORTLAND. per barrel. A. V.CEMENT CLVHHS, at I, DO YOU KNOW : 'O I: JUilliam | & ion. 1l IIL j I.I TELEPHONE- NO. 234. .- PENSACOLA, FLORID-
Corner Bra and Garden: Streets.! REEKMAN LUMBER CO. havea j oit0oit|) '
large stock of dressed studdingand We will bander your ipreadg for I The finest line of umbrellas i r:

Hello1 central, 3&. Best fruitcake Get their prices before ... __ __ ___ 15 cents each and make them look city is at J. I. Stephens'. Goat 1
!joist? .
made Steam, 25 cents Bakery.per pound, atIJfdlft1r'5 buying.: dl6-lin I ft < <:: .;. :, ::.; ;.....9..:-.9:. IS- ..:-.- -.:".s.-- ,.:. ; ::..<>:..? ?: -:..-;',;...: i like uw. Star Laundry. them.



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