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 18, 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
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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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.' w 1" I\J 5 Governor Jennings Fills the Two Vacan- 5 An Exciting Scene Enacted In the

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Q Tallahas-te: Dec. 18.Governor Jennings this morning ap- Escaped From the Georgia Insane Asylum, the +j"

*+ pointed T E. Welleil add J. M. Muldon, both of Pen=acola, pilot *o Lunatic Enters the Governor's Office...Held I.

= 5 commissioners to fill the places made vacant by the recent reignaO 1

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tion from the board of Messrs. Scholls and Mooney. a 111
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: A Box Nunnally's Candy.
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'] spector, who is the city clerk, be
v A Box of Bishop's Prunes, stuffed with THE COUNCIL paid $50, or $300 per year. Special to The Dally News. II I
Tallahassee, Dec. 18.-A dangerous -
ft ? walnuts. No sooner had the paper been read
i lunatic by the name of Holt,
n than Alderman Reilly was on his

J p A.Box of Imported stuffed Prunes. HEIDMEETING feet and said he would vote against who escaped from the Georgia insane LAST EVENING I

J A Fruit Cake or Plum Pudding, any i it posed because amendment, as provided, the by the pro asylum at Milledgeville yester-

inspector day, and in some way made his wayto .
A; -. size. AL could not conscientiously take oath An impressive home wedding ti

& L A'Jar or Pail of Mince Meat. DISCUSSED MANY MEASURES that he had Inspected every set of this city, entered Governor Jen took place last evening at 8 o'clock.
] scales. nings' outer office, ot ante-room, in
when Mr. George J. Emanuel! a
r.fJ] A Can of Soft Shell Crabs. Alderman Green followed Mr. the state capitol today and declared
? young machinist, was married to
1 lleilly with a motion to lay it on the his intention of seeing the
f. m A Can of Green Sea Turtle Meat or PRESENT AND table; he didn't think it a practical governorin Miss Maud Dolores Cooper, at the
before he left.
f. J soup. FUTURE. i measure. And it was not practical. latter's home on East Romano-
!:] rn A Holt talked wildly and loudly,and
that the clerk should have the job street. Rev. Father ,
t j{ A Can or Jar of Preserved Figs. -- seemed possessed with the belief j
anyhow; if so, he hadn't much to do. pastor of St. Michael's church, offi

A Bottle of Pim Olas, Olives Farcias I The city council met in regular .uesidea he was already under oath that he was pursued by detectiveswho ciated.
and shouldn't belrequired to make meant to kill him.
r. or Olives. session last night. The mayor presided another' Mr. Joseph Santo and 1IissIamie
rnA He demanded protection at the
and Aldermen Baars, Chris Alderman Pryor made a "warm" Emmanuel, a sister of the young
Terrine of Pate de Foie Gras. hands of the governor, and delared t
t tie, Green, Hays, McHugb, Moyer, talk, saying, in effect, that it was a groom, were the attendants, and !
A Piece of Roquefort Cheese. Merrlwether, Pryor and Reilly were disgrace for the city to be paying he would not leave until he had secured quite a crowd were present and saw

$300 per year for that work when he it.Private. !t j
A Prompt,'Polite and Efficient Service. ,present. City Attorney Jones was what proved to be a very pretty
knew it could and would bw done for Secretary Dikinson, who

A Quick Delivery to any part of the I also Proceedings in attendance.of meetings of :November $;z,0; "I am willing to back my was in the outer odes when the ceremony. #

statement with five thousand dollars After the wedding the guests par-
city.vs. 19 and 20!( were read and lunatic entered, retained his self-
I that we can get a man for $50 to took of a magnificent spread, and ;
adopted.The possession and managed to keep the
give as good satisfaction as the i
I the health of the man .
petition from vestrymen of [ young i
clerk," said Mr. Pryor.Mr. intruder at bay until Sheriff Pearce,
SOL CAHN & CO. Christchurch to have trees on the and his beautiful bride was drank
Reilly gave Mr. Pryor a little who had: been sent for, arrived and I
east and south side of the new
by all. Numerous of use
presents a
calling down by relating a historyof "
took charge of the lunatic.
church removed called for lively
f N| Staple and Fancy Grocers. a the original measure, saying it ful and costly nature were presented,
discussion. The mayor reported that The sheriff at once identified Holt .
rf.l.l.l'IIINI.I78.: : ..* *,,* rixsACOLArLA. i was called forth by cotton weighers and were much admired by those ,
: ? : he had been shown the trees which daring the previous administration, as an escaped lunatic from the 'I
were objectionable, and they consisted in attendance.For .
but Captain Hays said the correctly Georgia ylnm, and the proper authorities
$. S3- AGENTS FOR CHASE & SANBORN'S FAMOUS COFFEES. of two oak trees in front, several computed scales were needed at the have been communicatedwith : the present, Mr. and Mrs.

Chinaberries, one sycamore anda Emmanuel will reside at 326 East:
W. would respectfully ask our friends out of the dead cedar tree on the east. Al- corner groceries; the cotton could and will tomorrow send for the
'iu r t i spud their orders earlv, ?o a tto insure safe take care of itself. He believed, who is in safe Romaua_street. ,
derman Green moved that permission man. now keepinghere. .1.
rl arrival for the Holidays. Write for Catalogue. m I with Mr. Green, that the clerk
'J to cut all trees on the east side i GREEN WATSON & CO.
c:52J: 5 !252.5225"2525'2 should not be the inspector, but :
be granted but to save the oak trees.: I I
should be someone who would test Saved Have just received 250 Umbrellas,
at Grave's Brink."I
1; ; ThH brought on a great deal of talk, I
:: scales
bat the motion was finally lost and unannounced. know I would long ago have for ladies and gents, for holiday ,
City Clerk Jones then was per- been in my grave," writesMr H. H. 'trade. 1
the entire of the
request vestrymenwas mitted to make a statement, in Newsom, of Decatur, Ala., "if it had -- -- --
granted.The which he said be thatat not been for Electric Hitters. For I /[ -PORTLAND CEMENT at I,
was positive
city attorney then requested three years: I suffered untold agony$2.50 per birrel.: A V. CLI-BKS,
permission of council, on behalf of least bO per cent of the city scales from the worst forms of Indigestion. Corner Emu and Garden Streets.
had been tested. As an honest, hon \Vaterbrash, Stomach and Bowel -
the Misses Caro of West Wright f
, BRAWNER'St orable man, he would state positively Dyspepsia. But this excellent medicine You can get your house
street, to have trees removed. This did world of Since
me a good.
that the law had been compliedwith. furnished complete at Marj ,
was granted. using it I can eat heartily and have '
Chris. Thiesen requested permission gained;35 pounds." For Indigestion, 'j I ston:r5' Quina's on easy payments !
The ordinance as amended was Loss of Appetite, Btomach, Liver \
to move two trees on a piece of and troubles Electric hitters weekly or monthly. '
called Kidney -I
finally up and laid on the I
:v BPECIAL-c... his property. His request was are a positive, guaranteed cure.
t table in accordance with Mr.Green's .
granted. Only 503: at W. A D'Alemberte's\ Hot Rolls, at 5 p. m., lOo.
motion.A drug store, 121! B. Palafox street. Ia doz., at Solomon's.
McHugh stated that I
permit was not given the Fisher II I
someone had cut a tree from the front .
(CHRISTMAS SAL: Real Estate Agency to make certain ,
of his place willie he was absent,
and without permission.A changes on buildings in Cusbman'salley. HALL & KLEIN ij I
This matter was voted on, ,
petition from Mrs. Anna M.
but it was discovered that it was not
YOU CAN SAVE MOMEY BY CALLING BEFORE EVERYTHINGIS Cobb for a good deed from the cityto
in compliance with the fire ordi- 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. I ::1.
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OVER. property at the corner of Zirra- I
and it allowed to
nance was !no over. '

64 inch Heavy Ladle-'' Cloth in alIi i i 78 Bo 's' Double.Brt'lstedpit'ee: gossa been ana referred Tarragona to the streets city, whichhad attor- The railroad employes petitionedthat Staple and Family GroceriesSelect ''r
the council assist in the enter-
Colors, rejulu'f! yard, this ate: Neivird. \ i *nit., all wool, worth $3 special ale ney for opinion, was returned. The
Hits! suit. tainment of delegates from the '\

Five Pieces Black Shark Kkin, 411h j I j Remember carry a full line of attorney recommended a deed be Montgomery convention. A com- Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. H I, !
granted, provided that all taxes ,
B"ys' Pants, from 3 to 16 I
at ,
I age mittee from the council will be
Dress Good latent: out, regular prices to suit everybody.Look which might be now due be paid
and Produce. p !
named by the to confer with Poultry Eggs Country
'trd, this sale S'Ju! yard. at our Show Wiudow for first. mayor : 1;
prices on Ladies' Underwear. the railroad people concerning e
pieces Fancy Dress Hoods, weal I
1! :ilk, regular $1 yard this sale We carry a swell line of Ladies' The sanitary and harbor committee entertainment.The Telephone No. 358. I .j.jNi j
.. ard. Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so reported favorably upon the application council then adjourned.

*.... pieces All-wool Black Hen- everybody can wear onp. of 0. H. !Smith for permission -

-ilk warp,regular yard, this Moreno 70 doz Men's Undershirts Heavy, French special Neck:20c- to lease a certain part of the I Quality is what makes price. If Vrwm VmM :11
v rd. drawers to match. water front for the purpose of holding Burnett's Vanilla Extract was BO better I :
;30 inch All-wool Tricot, GO doz Men's timber. lease annual' wouldbe
Fleeced Lined Undershirts A at an than other extracts its! price
!i-gular 35c yard, this sale worth 50c, special 35c; rental of $2uo:\ was granted, on condi- the same. Once tried, always
drawers to match. T(1E ItEWIS BEAR GO.
ttyReceived. ; a Full Line 30 dozIen',; All Wool Red Undershirts tion that the lease be returned upon used. ( ,1:0: :
t : !: this sale the city's demand. Mr.Green raised
'egular2jcyai: $, worth $l,special 75c; ; drawersto ,
I'd match. several technical to this WANTEDFURS.No. .
.- objections

'>-M!Ij.I t r--. worth Ready-to-Weir*1.50, special Rainy-sale Hair 100 Undershirts doz Men's All, worth Wool$1.50.Camel's action, in the interest of other men 1 otter skins, $6.00 to $J.00..

i ill?!;drawers to match, in White spec-, who wished to raft timber, but was No. 1 coon skins, large, 50 to 80 WHOLESALE lIQUOR ij DEALERS.f I H: I \
"Ready-to-XVear Rainy1 Red and Fawn colors. informed that Mr. Smith ships timber cents.
t 1 t>tats, guaranteed all wool, We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk for four firms. No. 1 mink skins, large, $1.00 to ,

\* *t. special sale $US each. Shirt and Drawers, worth f3; spec. The board of health, with an attached $1.50. __ ;
Ladies' Black and Colored ial to close $1.20 each. Other goods in full proportion. I It
v\' tell Skirts, worth ?1 50, special 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed report of the city physician, Reference: Any bank in Pensa- -AGENTS FOR-* !.: 1 I

,v each. and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at submitted the monthly resume of cola. {
idles' Black Tailored and Fig. 25c; drawers to match. the work done. J. W. WATKIXS, The Celebrated Green River Hunter 'j i jj!
I :-;skirts worth $2 ;50; to fO,special 24: doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and An ordinance on second dlo-lm Brunswick, Ga. ,
$(.9S to$4 98 each.adytoYear .
Red All Wool Undershirts at '
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Jackets, our price drawers to match. providing for a city lighting contractwas
WANTED.Old Albert
and Moore
"1-/- Deep Spring :
to |:S each. You will save We carry a full line of Ladies', accompanied by an opinion

',v." looking at ours before Men'i and Boy's and Girls' !Shoes from the city attorney, who requested ropes, old iron,metals of every .
o't! ( that we taD save you 25c on. that certain changes be made. description. Reference: Any bankin WHISKIES.. @
I.H"ys' Overcoats, heavy, at $1.501 I Remember-We carry a full line Pensacola. Write to J. W. Wat-
1 S The ordinance "-
worth was placed back
nearly double. on
of Men's Clothing Bougnt at bOo on kins, Brunswick Ga.
I -t., y.*' Double-Brea 2 piece I dollar. We will close them out at second reading in order to embodythe SCHLITZ BEER
w srthl51.60: special 9Sc SUit. just "12 price off other merchants. attorney's recommendations.A The best and cheapest place where M,

lively discussiDn ensued whenan you can buy Christmas presents is at -ASD-

''011't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look amendment to the ordinance Mrs.Intendencia John F.street.Pfeiffer's, No 211 East Y ,

a.t ours. Remember the Place, providing for an inspector of weightsand White Rack Mineral Water.WMWW .

measures was offered. The Hot Chocolate with

l s S. Paufox st F. E. BRAWNER. amendment provided that for bimonthly Whipped Cream at Solomon's *

inspections the official in- .
a 4G 4! Mr i i 1

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2sz) s2sss2 rs ? Ohio River Rising.
Gallinolis. 0.. Dec. 16.-The Ohio

The Matinee Girl AMUSEMENTS river U rising 4 inches an hour and

r will reach the flood ttage tonight. The

) # river at that point registered 36 feet
a52s s5sasas
S2s sa
at the PlayTHE this morning. All roads leading to

CREATORE'S FUNERAL MARCH.It Gallipolis! are submerged. A Ports-
II mouth dispatch rays that both the
MOST ATTRACTIVE may seem unusual, but one of
Ohio and the Kanawha river are rap.
the most acceptable numbers playedby idly rising and river men are predicting

Creatore, the great Italian band i the flooding of the lower lan
CALENDAROF f 1 + leader, has been the Chopin Funeral
Castoria i< n linnuloss substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
March It is said that solemn as Flagship New York to Sail.
It is lcaunt.
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. it
THE NEW YEAR + / this march is, the great beauty of its San Francisco. Dec. 16.-The flag contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nareotumbstanco. >

(1903) l byw Ire melody, intensely eo the wuy it is ship New York flying the pennant of It dextrojs: Worms and allays rt\eri>liiu!'s,
Consists of s sheets,each 15 in.byJO .j'f Italian Rear Admiral Silas Casey will leave It cures I)iarrln. a.idViud Colic. It relieves ss IVttli.iiijj .
added great
ID., in It colors, with an a ilt played by
cpecial finish that gives it the true + % port tomorrow for Santa Barbara and Troubles and cures Con ti]>ation. It regulates the
water color effect The accompanying band, shows that the famous leader will remain there until after Christ Stomach and IJouels giving healthy and natural Sleep
reproduction of one of the subjocta absorbs possibility there is in Panacea-The 3Iother's Friend.
every Children's
treatlj reduced in sire and mas. The departure of the New York The

without rich coloring the enlivening gives but effect an imperfect of the ,(r rr WIC-) 1 I the music, and it has been number the in most his will leave thIs harbor without a warship The Kind You Have Always Bough
numerously requested
idea of the bnaatr ut Ibid charming //e'a Ii: e but Admiral Casey expects to
I 0en<,cl plates. ( v'J l 'pertoire. Beauties never before rum here In about tire weeks. > Bears the Signature of
how to Obtain It.nt an? -
beard are revealed in the Creatore
I .here, prepaid <>n receipt of Me.
coin or8mlJll: OB. prepaid on receipt interpretation of it, and at Pitts- Foils a Deadly Attack.
of He In eumpd and a Globe r e
design label Satan from a Gold and Band the burg recently, when i: was played "My wife was so ill that good
OK for 8c postage .
Ham i "
I Olnbadwln robes from a piers -i---- times nearly the physicians were unable to help her>
Oold Band ttc portags 1 many by writes M. M. Austin, of Winchester
I and a white La*l Knyllnh Bacon o. ,. entire audience of 7,000 people were e
label;OR, If lour dealer b&l ll't the** h Ind., "but was completely cured by
cclptof moatK, we 9cln will sump mall if you send fee nlao t/R #_'I. in tears. Dr. King's New Life Pills." They e
order for one piece mentioned of either and of work wonders in stomach and liver In Use For Over 30 Years.

the alao give three u.the product name or the dealer troubles. Cure constipation, sick Tr U..TOV" COW .N". n MU.a..salt". OW.....rTV
whom witlb It delivered LRONAN7CD.AMAtonn \ W. D'Alem- -
through POWERFUL PROBLEM PLAY.The headache. 2oc at A.
Thuatrnftbepriee of tillS ATeerfu/C/iare .
arU/ItIrralttnd..rcan be saved by the ; .. -: berte's drug store, 121 8. Palafox .
purehaM of cbulcs either good or the above -..M WW.aQmanUaaed next attraction at the opera street.

ARMOUR PACKING CO, Armour Station Kansas City, Kansas house is Rose Coghlan, who will appear C --..li3TOR.YIL.-- -: --:_- If. B. ii COmPANY!

here il i,'Paula"in Arthur WingR Bean theA Iha Kind Yea Hai8 Clears 3c ,

I --- --', ver's powerful problem play, "The 8lgnattreClassified! /7 /n.P .. t
Second Mrs. Tanqueray," on the'i vol I II { MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS 15

TRY TNT KVi' ViANT night Christmas.Miss of .the 26h the day after __ 1 = w LUMBER, LATHS

.: Coghlan is one of Pensacola'sspecial : I Mvertiselllent

favorites and much interestis !M, SHED CYPRESS SBIMLEMMMI;{ r: ,

already evinced in her coming-

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"ONLY ONE." MONLa' 1't) LIYI). wooiiWE

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There is,; only one town in the MONEY TO LEND on improved

I.. N. GOLDRIN If United States in which 'Way real estate, in large or small ) EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.4RGER TRAi
low rate of interest
Down East" has not been seen. amounts at
I Call on Leslie E. Brooks, attorney TIIIS WINTER THAN EVE lWC RESEND
M That town is Milton, Pa., and the
at law, 2U4J3 B. Palafox Kt., Fisher:
of Its house has written 3mlm
manager opera building.
aI William A. Brady offering to

I c1; $.LARGEST.t } guarantee the receipts for a presentation MONEY TO-DAY-Do you need Thompson, Olsen & CiManresa

'if of the play. money? You can borrow any
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I Street Telephone 147.
/ -.- -- -- j. terms and lowest rates anywhere __ ___
TTTT ..... AVOID all drying inhalants and __ .. .. _
use that which cleanses and heal obtainable on improved city real
the membrane. Ely's Cream Balmis estate-fom Win. Fisher, 204'i S. ESTABLISHED 1832.

such a remedy and cures Catarrh Palafox Street.; lu-tl ---

II LIQUOR EALER-J easily and pleasantly. Co'd in the McKENZIE OERTING & CODBALKB8
t head vanishes quickly. Price 60 IF YOU want to borrow money, invest ,.

cents at druggists: or by mail. money, insure your property o : 19- 0

._ ,, - -- -- -- l Catarrh caused difficulty in speaking procure abstracts of title, buy or
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.. ---r:. f 7' ing. By the use of Ely's Cream Balm any description! have rents col. Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,

dropping of mucus has ceased, voice lected or your taxes attended to.
IN WEST :FLORIDA. and hearing have greatly improved.J. call on or address Tho C. Watson 80S AND COS 8. PALAFOX 8TUKET.
f 1 1l W. Davidson, Att'y at Law & Co., Real Estate and Insurance --AGENOY-
Monmouth, Ill. Pensacola, Fla. Charges!
i Agents moderate. To who buysa REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROJt; I.IXO'S tms/ (j!(J.

l 1 LOWEST PRICE WHISKY HOUSE ;1 : OPERATORS"TO -with lot---from which-- --us to-we build everyone.-will a-house.-lend-: money SitiiCludcrgtu'tcn I Sum GALVANIZED Ssrdiji Mils: : ,WIRE Oils, h ROPE:tI:11!, A.IzslmsBRti RUr'tlE:!: exult c.t ON'S hdm pnIP, this! :

V? C. McKenzie: Oertin,? Collecting A-i-ut for R)r PilotV BIJIlt'v..i"ut ABCcntion.

I I I opened at 35 Dist Wright

i 1 .j jil II II I I Oct. 1 by Miss Margaret ) i ,Rtlt'et.\\ THE GARDEN SECTIONo
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tine factors and operators of this vicinity Fur Ih'l1.

1 : We give you the Kent Whisky, letter Whisky, il ilf : will be held next Monday, i! C.- K. of A. hall -for--rent----or--dances, Pensacola Florida

' Better.lfeasitreLetterServiceanrll1eterTreat- December 22, at the Merchants hotel ;, etc. Apply to A. M. LeFrancois .

.'1 : 1; went all the way through than any house in our in this city and Organizer J. w.1 j _Thos._Johnson cf Dan Murphy.''HolmSMALL Near East Hill -Electric- ----'Railway-- Terminus.

; line of business has given or can gir!. We are t Mahaifey, of Gretna, Fla is working ; store and dwelling, -corner--- -- -

: working for a a prin ypxl-the principal of hon t. up interest to have this meeting Ie'en | Coy le and A !streets, We-t Hill; to- Beautiful Lots for Sale.

, i esty in the Whisky Basinet, and we ;o to evtrevie 'Fa i more enthusiastic! than the one gfthnor! separate. W. A.i'Jnlm: Du-*
.:!t t in carrying out our idea. You can depend k:=f fl held at Hotel cambia on December i, __ I 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, according

that will always get (t shade the )! I 1IA1U CJ001J**. I II to location and surroundings. zExceptionally
: :e on it you 3. ._.. .___ -------- ---- -- r
'J1 ., best of any dealings you may have with Gold- + It will be to the interest of every I I MRS. SARAH BEIRNK-anufac.1. Good Neighborhood, Beautiful Vieir:
i' : order and everylhing pertaining ;: i turer and dealer in Hair Good..
ring. Every lit J operator, whether a member of the I Hats Toilet Articles Hair Oil High, Dry Fertile Lands.

, ": to the execution of your commands will be per t rir T. O. A. or not, to attend tbis meeting i I I, etc., 3'JO West Government Street

; socially looked after. t, iI I sv.AJ"-1'k1). The grandest opportunity for investment evei
1 even being; ptofitable to suspend: ,
. :; I II offered in Pensacola.
.al I A:;1 i 1J all other business for the one day it SELECT board and lodging; wanted

! ?; Whiskies in Barrels Liquors in Cases. i order to be present. i i I by young Hill married, above couple.Palafox Northwest street., Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.

off+ IVrOal |, Per Bottle 1Louis The organizer desires that shouldit dpsjred. Address "K," care Daily

;II 1 ;e Old Pond Waryer Lily; .:::: 2 50 00) ...... ...... .... ....:luarlLilv $ 50 d e: be impossible to attend all failingto I News. dlS A "VTCTu'fo'tosCorner

: 1 Old Crow X. ..... .... .. -' "/;; Gin .. .. ..... ..... .. .... 5" ( do so send at once a report of all WANTED-All kinds of empty bper
".. Old Crow XX.. .... ... XIerlnltage: ...... ...... ... 75 -2. II bottles. S. Kriedman.. n9-tf ,i iI Garden and Bru Streets.
i ir I Hermitoge ..... .... ...... :t flU Old Crow...... ..... .... .. 75 rep, boxes to be cut and the total outputof
... .... ... WANTED-Organizers; we pay:!sick
; Old Danville Pure Kye. ;i 00) l oldrint's: Xo.3. 100S. ; spirits expected the same to be I

Four Year Old., a ;JI 0 H. Rollin*...... ...... .. 1 00 rreAtterton accident death and old age benefit" BKENT, WM. II KNOWLKH, W. K. HYKK, JR., J. 8, KFEFPresident. .
Atterton. MX Ytar Old Old Log Cabin....... ..... 100 : only for the use of and to be held In I ; top renewal contracts. American ,,1",0. Vice-Preeldant. Cashier. Aic't ('.ft -'
.. .. .... Fraternity, Wash t JO. D. i
IDS Proof. 00nder?(ln Club. 1 00Ulohe o strict confidence by the :\s ociation.I .
'r e Goldrlnir'sNo.3, Fine Rye 4 00 (iiu.... .... .... .... IOU I I I, C. 25o-oawtf
1 r ... .... .... I The operators who are expected to
S. H. Rollm! } I H> Gin Pno-plute I 00 WANTED-Mu to learn barber
. ( a a Florida Club....... ..... 5 00 Buchu Urn..... ...... ... 1 2i is attend this meeting are all in the I trade. Steady practice, instruc- I First National Hank 1
Peter lit) Wilson; Whirky.. .. .... .. 1'10 tions, lectures and demonstrations.More .
. Yellow Conper Label ..... ..... 6 (JPaul) Jon*...... ...... .... 15 vicinity of Pensacola Milton and experience in one month
.. ... .... .. .. I
e Mumm's F.xtraRye. 6 00 Parker Rye I i! > Flomaton. limn old method in one
,: OenuineN.C.CornVhis Peter Cooper..... ...... .. 100e I Wage and shop experience Satur year. OF: PENSACOLA.. J
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: 200 Yellow Label... .... .... .. 150 days. Catalogue mailed free !
.1 ky
t ;: Old Los Corn Whi-ky.." 4 00 Murray Hill Club.... .... 1 60 Look Out for l'efr.Biliousness I Molar Barber College, New Orleans I TOXTL: : S OTOZXCJ
.. .... ..... ..
...... 4 00IVrdal Green River 1 50
Malt Rye Li. K ;
r.. 'r ,' Moutieal : and liver disorder tar I jiu: I WM. H. KNOWLES W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. URENT-. K. H.J
GINS. 3iroinT.i AVINIXFrietlrlck l' J this season may be prevented by !I -A TEn-2W--- gentlemen to- --- I IW D. G. BRENT,
1 cleansing: the ytem with DeWitt' j j join I
;i the Pen.acola Club .,
HolHnd. .. .... .... ... ....*:2UO Krote-liurkhelwer.Krledrlck Little Early Risers. These famous! ,i Pressing cleaned '
Palafox. Clothes
Imperial tine. 3 00 : Krote-I.uubrulieiDirr.Krlodrifk : 1 little pills do not gripe. They move I South called U t A n t td
and brand delivered
o<, Imported... ...... .... .... J 00AMM 'lrlck Krote_-Korster.Kn Hockheimer.hrieJrick : the by bowels reason gently of the but tonic copiously prop'rties.lirive and !I for pressed SI per month. ISnltn m ; t ,
..e, >: : Krote MersttlntrtilinckCunlilTe tone and strength to the gland! .I'.I'Harjri -
:\1.\.1. IIJ'; I \ :'; ; ) r
Pier gal liobion* Co..Portet Canvt.Ounlifle. '1 ,' Pharmacy John :Sheppard; i i '_ '
-- ----- -- Jr &
l/.rWe draw our own Bills of Exchange:: on Great BmMn -
o' Port Dome-tic $1 'JO Uobsonhl'o.. *-t Julian, .i Sidney Kihn. I[ THREE young men from Pensacola | I II
Port. California... .. .. .. I &II AugU4toI>(>Mull"r, Tort.Aitl I'V' and vicinity at once to prepare for I i Germany, France Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium Rabbi : '
Port Imported ... ...: .... 4 00 bngge .tCo., Military: Punch.aa.. Positions in the Government Ser I way Sweden. Dor.aaTi and other Erropean oonatr'as.jpgpVessela .
e Sherry Wine, Domestic." 1 00 Booth Imblgrrn Clrracs Punsch. : NOTICE.I vice. Apply to Inter-State Corre i I
,e, 1 50 I JulreHenuanSl'o.tlauleaauternes' I Iu-t.. Cedar Rapids. la. nlM-2m I IKOU Disbursed npon the Most: Favorable Terms, and treiObligatlonB >
I' Imported.... .... 4ll0 I have been authorized to take Taken Payable at Port of eatiratioc Ten or Fifteen Ds-i:
Topaz:Mierry -
; I -'- -
r P I for Wm.
... Jennings
200 subscriptions! ,
4A141 ,
Angelica! All these Uoods are Imported and after Vessel Arrives there"Safety
i t Catawbi .... 1 60 Bryan paper. "The Commoner.The ,
I. .1 Claret ... GO are Original Gla-s fackages.! ,. I price is |1.00 per year in ad. STOCK I: and good will of the: Columbia +1ts Deposit Bozeg: for Rent in Connection
.' tOLI AOEXT vance. Those desiring the paper I Restaurant, 05 South Palafox I I
\ ISI'31. C.' i i with whit we> lia-rn a Prlwa part m en t for the IItsn"
r 1 can hive it sent to them by sending; I street. Enjoys good patronise.
Perlis Eafderer f d Chall1 l f si JLOOto the onder:!' !mf'd. I Reasons for selling; wish to engage : Rtttt",.fI.
r .... .... ... .. f2"0 -
Rum """" III act I keep everything In the I?, H.M. ROCHE. t in other husjne-s. Stajrno
1- I have many more brands too Liquor Line. Care Daily News. Bro, p. (). box 4.T3. dls '
; s numerous to mention. .' [[WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE I!
1 a' miANCH 1l0l'! ,.. ; r.KAMnr.s. '" FRUIT CAKE. !I IDon't the finest residence and most desirable -
, ,: Per G lBrandy Tarragoia -treet Opp. L:nion l.1 por.r.: of Northwest -' c Write tiMtaT for onr h M- ,
X .... ..... .....V 110' Phone II'S.Palafoi ,:; buy Christmas fruit ;| sections lease Hill, torn are lliimraktl what Imtntilol ratnloiniraui jirrmiomi READ S'riLI.E pal
your subject to !guaranteed at fair IFKJ' .
Brandy, XX..... ....:. 4 00B. : Street ........_ .... Phone JTL I cakes elsewhere but go to the West I I II j for three years. Piano? hon-e can -t-: = '
B. Brandy. D tl1e tlr.. 2II) ll. I t purrlia ef of a IHX be "
seen at office. A. V. Clubb, .
o' >Illlt'rund B..Jmont..Pbone { I Florida Steam Bakery and get the i my I l r B. B. Brandy, Imported 's I' Pensacola. fa-2w than of nnneof U.e hand
for medicinal purposes.. 400 Long Distance Phone !RS. Fep best: made at twenty-five cents per F ntnrtt|>reniiain"in Die m rkrt.iiuaiwarF. la.a .>
.. ...... '
Cognac ...... ... .... .. ....1000 I P.O. Box: .r'oS. .ve I pound. I I FOR rALE-The mo t desirablelots 4, Pldiraard/AiwrtaautlfulprrvnLL; Aavr f..ut ; :or"
[ in the city on easy terms by neagetawtalellaunl lT24IMmr! D4Ot'e ",
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a4 the Fi-her Real Estate A .give.....,a 6/-1'1. I IRaPror It ,
:: I am proprietor of three of the Larire Saloons in Penapola ?ency tOT. }II'a '-"l1fn'ld.-I-1. 1'WT
FI.i.N n le.:ale and Retail therefore I cm compote with any 4 NOTICE. 204'. South Palafor. IsilmJtoartllni .TT.. AIrmml.fuiliizefur**.. W aldO IMT.f OQI wuii....*'.>.i 1I" -' ; ,<
tht line in the state By sprdic trhl order it will l ] --- ----------..-- -- -- 1. Ira very.magi p..t. ai- a.d '. ajf..Rum <"ILI re. (rntrrI.,I'I j js
in a ,
house t I The annual meeting of the Pensa- ; Hoti e. i co I \1 .el lor. a ., 141* l lrtal*. "wll.*.. A. i i
$ Ji\\Ii .
1.1 .
si re Vi 1:
bi J t" i c li Ice Delivery Company will be Nua'alrr.Mrumerte.f1 '. II' -
; &LI"L. & hUI .
BOARDING HOE at Wheeler 'Feu. ort. f..nal w; >j.'i,,r a YITV ir
hi M at the office of the company on .r; .1.TMLe 'n-da' e1) an
I' I Springs, Mary E-ther. Fia. Mrs : w/ ..,,' 'to '.'Ir n .o C a Wiftrartyu. N"n" ,? (K KLa 'J)
i theS'.hdayof January. 1903. at 11 ..I' t ,1e. .tv N .' 'a I'!" .r We al w yuo li do">- 1 .
N. GOLDRING o'clock a. m.. for the transaction of Condon: proprietress.: All the I a In Ua)' I aan : .r : li (. 'r tl, r.II ,1'
M- Ao -, Ltof.JffI |'&yin|! M. 1.
comforts IIWI j
r.Wholesale .i such; business a, nviv com before it.I f of home at very reasona CO.1 ST.4LOUIS.
04.:.i : : and Retail Liquor Dealer, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. K, W. R :MOORE. JR.. ble rate=. Northern tourists: will SALVONA SOAP Secondr& Locust Sts., MO.
d ...,.. ___..... --J I I find this an ideal place to spend a
..L- .>....... r'.p.. ..... :--. ,... .. ::;>.-,!.. cJbaw4ar Secretary.
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'. .. &..\+KiA &+&Q' "A" .<>. >.4.-'.<>.'" :.4'.A;'"'<.>:,-:.: 7 Co'<;>.:"., "."::?.,.,..E."."_-'_<.zr? portion of the season.: 12alm I


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:::=- 14 I M.JXICUS! FOR ARBITRATION; ] ". p.- ,.

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Everyone: In Caracas Hopes For Peace: i 1 i J.' j ;I

'h' You Have fui Sct:. mar.: c: !)iflicul y. IC. | ;" i fj

( .:: :.- \'nt'zud :, Dec. H>.-Th.'
Je''E-l.' ," :- EBkRheumatism WHEN
: .
: :1 larraita: island report YOU CATCH COLD-or
I Iun. i and le.uun v.aibhiiar.

I .-jrd.!

in..r Bowen yesterday jolt>i\ !

! ..rVibmsoi' :::' !. -, d to lave: a monster ratr.oti;
:, ;' arlit Do not take chances on it l
wearing or experiment with unknown
I f'D.r"J ;...rl..4A .' paj-s> before tue United l ?tt.-- away some preparationwhich

P', 1.\0 .}(I...t lie er.d.sea.uwu ,1). &dnhr..and... ,. U'.iis., Evtry one i.fc hopis Ui.. will only half cure it at best, and leave the bronchial tubes and lungs weakened and l I
t f : :e .il"raton! proposed: i>y Venezii tf'
AI Ii. U n..m f"..Er,. ,,Jntn.d 1.up llou.hiIl! : tH BO\'ln aJJ:1 ::1:::. susceptible to attack from the germs of Consumption. .,
" :& :: IIrt'r'
"th 10,1 'In'lg' : ,
tin will:] !li<- .anL'd. j
I F'' ha I. k I"
.tamt ,ide, fur sale
A t: 'es .PI: .', II fh'r Irurrot;- ran nut V.'ii; n the combined fleets seized the h

"-" .' drur tit.'. \\'Jlftoe II"r scot ),r.P std upon V,-n( 1.11' :hn ;ihfjis at r.Guayra the j I

"BUr.r r.'ll't fpnce. A1JreatUrioso ronimander delivered! to tr.: FOLEY9S HONEY A TA I La r

chsmlfal or Co IheL. Los gelesCal Vnolan unit: : ; capjains! the foHov/icg: !: dor |j t. I

N Brnnswiz& Go'.1 New rlfan LaD " cf rcy soverticn: and at i I 1

rituling Agents. f : ;the i .a1: land cf the commodore of th> not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs and prevents ? I
/ !
> 'ji' i-nian: snuad/on! in \Vtst Indian I i
&..tseesss i nest is, 1 I. tiio commander of the Pan serious results from a cold. ) = '

JUSTIFIACLE.I I th r, re.u.ct; you to lower your ship's \ ,!a d /

HOMICIDE( :!.:.? immrdatrly'! and leave your hip It Saved His Life After the Doctor Said He Had Consumption.V. .

with }(.;:/ clew within Ui minut
K tepfather in Defense!:: of'' Tins \ R. Davis, Vissalia, California writes:-"There is no doubt but what FOLEY'S HONEY h'
is not a measure (>f war en th'''
His Mother. I II I part of Germany, but only with the oll.j I AND TAR saved my life. I had an awful cough on my lungs and the doctor told me I had j \ 1 ) r.
lit <'. l';.-Allison K (
<> : ...1 i old! l buy, in defense '| ji'ct of niain! ; a provisional seizure of : con ;umptirn. I commenced taking FOLEY'S J HONEY[( AND TAR and found relief from i + 't4/ 1
ioir, ship la order to oblige the"n." >' tht I lira, and three bottles cured
: > hi night!; shot and in j i me completely.REFUSE -
za Ian government to rtt'ogni our p ac
h;- stejifatluT. Albert ;|:
jut .leman: s.
i.'f.. home in the city.nrv SUBSTITUTES
I "In csjou rb:: ..! z and wish to
rftarnt'd verdict _S .
1t.1! jour si.n.! :! 1 -.ail be obliged,! i. "r >

-' _I i. I.drldp.! i in I to prevent you I cc; doing so by tin. THREE SIZES, 25c, 50c and $Mla *&> : _

I discharge; ol arius. (Sign('( ) l!< UtrI **SMsg& ,
tuners: Get Cl:ecks. ] "
\ (C IVf. If.-Ponslon I i man."Dt c'commander.. 15.-Further details of the jfi' 1.Jl)> SOLD fiD! REGGSKBiBEB BY [ &$ $iz& I .

,''; aRsresjat. !,
I: sinking of the Venezuelan ships have
Ufh: is the limit of the 'I
I I i I been obtained from an entry made in 'I'\V. A. D'ALKMBEUFE, 121 Palnfox St.: !

v'itsent to: state con the book of the signal men of the jj
I': --------- .---. -- -
"u.-rs today.: Tw names''mcrs ---- -- --- - i
fcitress of I.aGuayra. It is as fol- Ii.
Jaded this:? year is ': lows: il ITALY'S CLAIMS. W. PEAKE PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ,
an besides lol totally : SEND YOUR ORDERS I E. .. <
j I "Tuesday. 111'('. 9. 1:20.:: niht-The --- ------------- i

.'n.'i'>, who receive $120 :, adjutant: railed! me to see if I knew I Demands! Were Not in Form of zn L'lj j Electrical! contractor and builder, .
i \ The state ajipropriaSoldiers. W. C. ROWE M. D. a
that timatum. j to Pearl: & Dolive! for carpenter or ,
steamer Retribution
.' home hero is I : of the will do your electrical work in first-
electrical work. work
Repair a i
: liiglish navy was! towing the steamers I Caracas Dec.iThe Italian Oilicc; 1T.S S. Palafox.Honrafrom8to9ada.m.and1 :.
the total for soldirrs class and reasonable rates.
mg specialty. style at
ister Uivaras
handed tuin'l
I Crespo and Totuno. of the national I! only to
s' widows $:3it.l20. Ther ; to I p. nand :
I I navy, 3 or 4 milt's north. I had ezuelan government certain He can be found at 30 South Palafox :

> says he will work ear '. heard four cannon shots and saw the which were not in form of an ultimatum M. Tabarras street. Phone 203.I after 7 o'clock "
the pension lists of dou -
i which -----
1 two steamers had disappeared and and did not specify any ,
: i person not physically limit of time for will repair your watches and Phone OS.
an answer. His
| understood they had been sunk
the .
by 41.! t
i.- who are worth J300. Jewelry in flrst-clasn style. J. 1
I Vineta and Retribution. At the end note simply asked for payment of Cor. Palafox and Gregory Sts, I Stephens. ,
sums due to in of JOHN S. BEARD -
Italy and
I I of an hour the Retribution returned to case pay ,

For O\cr Sixty Years. !, the harbor alone. (Signed) Signal! ment being/ made to other countries -- -
asked for the
.SLOWS BOOTH INS SYRUP bat Commander of the Fort." same treatment.

.. for over adz 11 years by mlllioc ol II The fact that the Retribution returned The government answered today in DR. KINC'S Oilices 4509 Thiesen Building.
for their children while teething the negative to the note of Minister I
to lAGuayra alone two hours after .FRUIT STAND. Office Hours-8I0:! a. m. to 1 m., -
-i .uec",,'. It soothes the child I leaving the captured, vessels was I Kivaras. saying that tribunals existYl'nl'zuf'la ... ... TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR I p. -
-uros.allnys all ,cures wind 2:30 m. to 6:30 in. :
In to judge any claims arising p. p.
confirmed by Er.gHih residents of La. DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED
e, i. th- b-ht remedy for Diarrhoeaf' i from the revolutions.The THAT COLD. I Practice In all Mule and federnl Court t tAU
.' in! poor little sufferer 1mM' I Ouayra. Consequently, she did not business entrusted to me will receive ,
,.d bv Druggists In every par) i i have time to conduct the Venezuelan correspondent called today! at Candies, Fruits, Nuts, TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. i prompt and diligent attention.

| to Curacoa the Italian legation and saw Minister Cures ConsumptionCoughs l I .
luiaiv-nve cents a bottle ships : or Trinidad. Cigars Tobaccoand ,
Rhara and hs! wife and two daughters ,
Ask ! :.d uk no other kind with regard! to the report that everything aloe kept in a First .

Wheat Grown In Alaska. they had embarked on the Giovanni Class Fruit Stand. PncumoniaJIarFcvc- : .It'iff.vAfq .! i

Tat'oma. \Vash., DC'rTllat; Hausan. They laughed!. and said: } risy LaGrippe: Hoarseness, '") I
[; I ,
NO FALSE CLAIMS. wheat was grown in Alaska by tne "\\.. have never lett the city of Ca- Fireworks for the Holiday. Sore Throat Croup and M. -F.'i-/'bot ,;!-J.:-," I ( ,

1'tnr; of Foley's: Honey Russians a century ago is proven by racas and murh less embarked on the I ,?h i;
the discovery of two old flour mills Will! Deliver your Purchases Free. \VlloopiCough. ""i--Jt'oV III.'''' !
cruiser Lafiuaira. .
t n u advertise this as a Italian at I ,. .. .. ,
,1' LoiiMimptiun." They built by the subjects of the czar. One There i is no excitement among the NO CURE: NO PAY. !--W0.. ; '.1:: '" \ i

it will cure this dread (tluse has been discovered on Wood I \people here against Italians! <>oause I M. TABARRAS. Price 50s. and Si. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. I ; p'l I .1l'Y.' >O'f'''' ''k'"'I ,' ,I

: island: in southeastern Alaska, and Italian! naval demonstrationhas C'j ( I' \ '
as let no '
.tdvaneed c.nes but I I. 11,,,.,.fiJ" ."". I.
I the other in the interior. The former taken place.CoaiISANUCtn.D4IN. I : L T"j I..
.--Ht that: it will cure mill has just been investigated by I .WILL MOYER'S. ( ,,#'T?.l -' '.....t1., 11 '.,/

.MJM: :, and never fails U. B. Taylor of the Smithsonian institute. Ii .. l ; '.'1 i
CIIILDUKN: ifef :Yyy' !ll
'>;It and relief! ia the ', Hi says the old' flour mill) !i /y (', f' ; i

Foley's Honey and was limit!! I by the Russians early in Kec'iiimPiulaliciti of a Well KnovtnChicago ,;,,",..- ,.\
II nit doubt the prfateit the last century. Ills II rhjMan.. WEST SIDE GROCERY ,\jt
: lung remedy. Kefu-e UL. '-

YeaiV I use and prescribe Chamberlain's <: ; i'i'I '
Cough Remedy for almost all obstinate I HAH; JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OFFish I i.

be relieved from torturing dis- -tricted coughs, with direct
EW cou | Roc, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, Barrel Olives,
ease after forty years' torture might result I prescribe it to children of i I When Santa Claus

well cau-e the gratitude of any one. all aires. Am glad to recommend it Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and Every
That is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel !I to all in need and seeking relief fromcolds thing Kept in a First=Class Grocery, I r.
and coiuhs and bronchial af.i -
Salve did for C. Haney, Geneva, 0.1 i Arrives
: II.ctioiH. It U lion-narcotic and safe I
lie ?ays: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel i

l ite's Pharmacy. :Silve; cured me of piles after I had inthe!. A hand universal of the mot panacea unprofessional. : for all A Car L si cf t ilie> Justly CelMed,[ Majestic Flcnr Just Received You can welcome him with cheerfulness 'j t

Buffered forty years.' Cures cuts, i mankind. MKS. MARY I 11. MKI.KX- and brightness when your !i :i1 i

IF. has burn, wounds, skin: diseases. Beware I 1 m% M. D., Ph. D., Chicaw, III. This I, home is illuminated with gas .1:
T underlgned opened a of counterfeit. Har is' Pharmacy remedy i i.* for sale by all dru -;!hstf : The holidays should be cherry, and
Dru, ItiiMtifn in the Utti-haw I' and medicine dealers. J. E. DUBUISSOX '!8 BROTHER' I

ling, \loft South 1'alafox ,.,street John Sheppard Sidney Kahn. --- ------ for your dining room, your parlor

u full! IIIIH of Fresh DI,iuh'r>, 1'er- I i COKNKK: TAiflt.GONAND INTIiNDKNClA hTKKKTS, hall or bed room there is nothing

Soaps and such other artic-Us Try Gunther's Candies atSolomon's. i CARPENTRY AND like the soft, rich light that radiates 1
Dealers In Exclusive
from good ga!. If you are not connected -
u-nrllykept in an up-to-date I
I ELECTRICAL WORK I with our pipes send m a pos I I'I'I i iI I
: liu-taes- I -: First-Class Staple and Family Groceries :
< "- I!: tal or telephone us and we will have '
: 1"-1 i eotfully solicit a share of E. W. PEAKE, I Pearl & Dolive C11). your house lit up by Xmas. .1 f
Ring phone
up; I
if h" or electrical -
XI) 'M (South Palafox !street keeps von ve any carpenter
,entire. ,.tti-factiou, both iui I work want well done.If GLAD AND HER TASK LIGHT. ,
cell hell*, wire* and all kinds of you Pen acola Gas Co. I
>ind prii'i-s.. electricaluppliei.. Have him do I Our(iod< art llcceivt-d Fresh Kverv Day our Price. Very Moderate, and Purchases '''
nnrrrrdFree in any part of tin-City Wealeok. rnaLarg.-A ortmrntofCrockery, ,
1 I 1'1 Tiptimi Department: i is iu your work. Call phone \)3.iW''UI you wih i to purchase Christmas Tinware,Ac.,Burl you d o) not have to go elsewhere for what you need and
I 25 27 E. Garden St.. Peniaccla, FleGeoeWi1son !
lUi-i.f lOur :Mr.'after H. White, I present* for your children. do not
w will try li- turno-i to plea-e all '!'ful! to call at Mis. John F. Pfeilf r' ,

* I him with thur { 1 i No. 211 East Inteudeucii: street. P. O. Box 326. I
lIIay'ur or VI4nE I' J. E. Duhuisson & Bro.' :
1. -. .\- tour tet'1 i entirely new PHONE 66, !

" vt ir..-h, we Kulifit a order. I' Grocer

W. H. White & Co. Infants and Children. Union Depot Store. \\1:

IMIONKs: : : URL&&NT I The Kind You Hare Always BoogK

Day No. i- Ni 'htXo. air; i Fresh Eggs, Chickens, Turkeys '?

106 South Palafox Street. I J3dan fnsignatarr }

of Alligator Etc., Received Daily.
& & !
WEEKLY CI1l-aULJ- UNION ." 1 I Fruits, Vegetables and Nuts of All
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i IW2.-Ke'alpd! propos- 'I a ,, Choice Plant Oysters Always on Hand ;
\COLAELECriUCTKKMlHAJ: oc_ I] ale, in triplicate will received until Saloon..0.I and Opened Day or Night

RAILWAY COMPANY, .c : 11:30: a. m.. Dee :!3. 19'J2, for constructing hacBad i QUICK MEAIS AT ALL HOURS.I j jI
DAILY MENUS ; wharf Fort Picken, Fla.. I '
n leave Penaaoola for the Lull PRICES REASONABLE.
Rig L'ayouWarringtonN.VJ ran L K. reserves ri;ht to reject or ac-

Va-ntaoas atarrtyeatFort Comprie all the Up-to- |: cept any or all proposals: tlr any part ---
W. C. }
Barrancai 7:11a.n thereof. Information furnished on
Date Dishes the Markets
'. arrive at Fort Harrancai: 6 a.D application. Envelopes containing '
arrive at Fort Karranoai i aft p n of the World 1 proposals should' be marked "Prop iMioiMtirroii.WHOLESALE ; LODGE DIRECTORY :
arrlveat u arrive" at Fort Fort Karranoai Karrancai t Tiuflpn:16 p n Afford. >saU for Wharf," addressed. E.I'I

arrive at Kort Barrancai 8tip.n COLE, (!. M. 24u4td20 AND RETAIL DEALER LN 1
-. InV F.>rt Barrancai for Penis I I I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.Penmcol .

arrive at Pensacola ,_, 8:00 *. n Ladies' Private 1T" Wines Liquors Cigars.HOLE Lodge, No.3, K of P., ;
in arrive" at rVnaeola.U:45p.B : 1
in arrive at Penaool 1e5 p.D meets every Monday nen- ;' .
m arrive at rVnsaooIa ... ot p n Dining Parlor.fc lf M lag st7:a0 at Cattle. Hull t i
tbe Bloaat Wa110AlsniMing
m. arrive at Fentacola 7t3p. \ ,
marrlyest1'eeeaeol.9:8Jp.v third floor. 1
'.larc1"YI only; I Vliltlng brethren cordial? t ill

FARE FOB WEIK DAYS i r: r. ,,,_ _....,, .T. ....... AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING I I welcomed H A. LEI, 41 1
9SJO!a to Fort Karrancai aaa retora4&i j Regular Dinner Daily.Short r : : K R.a 8. :j
>& ; to :Navy Yard and morn._ u I! FRUIT STAND FIRST-CLASS: WHISKIES: ?+* jt J* **
iacola to Palmetto Beach and reoin :kSCSDAT ::: J 1 f

ti + : 1
Orders Brookhill Edgemont Old Prentice
'n weather prtnH the Promptly OMBi&Uforona.tnrsl ,
coaches.tvi running t 315) SOUTH PALAFOX ST., ditcbarg.lnllammaUoD80 s
feaiaoolaia.m. Killed. Night or Day. Old Barbee and Montreal Malt Rye. iTiUUou or Dlcerttloacf 1
Lv Fort Barraatai Next to the Postal Telegraph Office. maeoai twmertDM.
10 a.m. C .. sad notaltna
11 a. m, 11 m,
lent orpl.onouar
1 p., m. 1 p.m If It's Something Good to Eat Fruits, Nuts, Candies, -: The Celebrated Atlanta Beer roldbyDrngdife, '
lp m ,
'p.m yon wisn,you'll find it at c or Sent In pisln wrspper, I
'p.m p.m.'p.m Cigars Tobacco &c. br eapree., prepaid, toe
pm. , or a bottle. p.7s
5p., I p.m., Nick Apostle's *., BOTH KEG AND BOTTLE. Ianlat tent oa reaurtt.PARKER'S .
m. f p.m.uc.ia103tBL i

,!". FAR FCKCU5DAT Pat Popular Restaurant Full Line of Stationery. Phone 46. Cor Tampa hi >fn'ilit Sb, HAIR BALSAM ,
tvdsadretnrn_.____ gy o .._ tat baiufie* Uu bar.
'-'':ou to Palmetto Keaoh InS ... fnaout a huuranl gravth. ;
rsI!' rn. ._ ______ 1" Never Till to Bntor On* i;
Hair to IU Youthful :,
s 1f
Irfil1t eieaaftera1lp.m. M LARGE STOCK OF FIREWORKS. Cant nip ittrtttt'r S a.aWaIoTHE _

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Iitcred at the Post Office at Fensacola, I I CHRISTMAS -- 1
,I I
/U..Seooad-class matter. I 100%
startling story was that told to a (
OrriCfUt'i Building, :2114 South I I! ic

f alAtox: Three negroes, giving their names police officer this morning by a itl .
THE CO. as Charles Adams, Willie Camp- i I Greek named Georgi near the depot. I II

bell and Mancy Williams, were i: Oeorgi said he went to collect a debt 1 During August EVERY
Terms: Invariably in Advance iryE..

Oa Year by Mail ._.....__$.') 00 J I fined $10 each today by Mayor Jones :'I from a certain party, and that when the death claims paid in the r i ;. td

mi-: Mouths Carrier.. ..Payable_ ___Monday..-.. :* soOn 10 I I for discharging fireworks in the city : he entered the house he found thrustin States and Canada by the E"; .,,.."

limits in violation of section 192, his face a loaded revolver. This bIt Life Assurance Society w.-,
Idrtrtitirg Rates Furnished on Application paid within one day after ,
city code. Adams endeavored to pleasing beginning was followed bya -- proof. rt'l.'j :

TELEPHONE NO. 118.flUiSAOOLA have the mayor believe that his polite invitation "to walk out or
AIM diiriiiff millionth i ,
honor's "statement in the papers let else-." tll1tl|(
+ year hay the percentage IHS

UNION -LABEL people shoot all they wanted to from Oeorgi added, incidentally, as it Doesn't cough much through the day. It's when night below 5>80'; .

now to New Year's day." were, that lie lost no time in getting t
I comes that he coughs! so h:!;d. This excels the Society ?'

The mayor announced that viola- away. He had nothing in tne way Don't let these .
i I night cc-jghs: deceive you. Some day you great record It has nev ..

DEO 18, 1902 tions of that particular section 1 of evidence to substantiate his state been approached oil .*
I may wake up to the fact that your boy is thin, pale, weak, by any

would have to cease at once, and ment and no arrests were made. even seriously ill. You can't safely trifle with any throat or ipany.
A WEEK from today is Christmas.THE ,
that no time was better than the I I lung trouble. Cure the cough quickly withAyer's | "Strnn (lit in the World

Mad Mullah is dead again. present in which to stop it. All per- SEE GREEN, WATSON & CO.'SHandkerchiefs THE EQUITABLE LIFE AS:* '\.

He must be something of a politicianin sons breaking this law must expect Prices, 5 cents to Cherry Pectoral j ANCE SOCIETY:

his Mild Oriental way. to receive same penalty.Sometimes I $5.03; each.SOME OF THE VXITEDTAi ,

this timer I
It's the same medicine your old doctor gave when
A biiigle JObe, you you
learned that second BEAUTIFUL !
has probably OOWLES
thoughts are by no means best. a single dose of the !j I' were a child. The young doctors indorse it now, too, for BROS.,
rigat remedy will cure a serious case | I
'.:i \ -- -- coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, consumption.Three j Gt"neraljNIfIl,
THE Times-Union and Citizen of illness. It has been said if the ) WALL CALENDARS
tl liver could be kept in good condition i sizes; 25c. 50c.:. JI.OO. J. C. AER: CO.. towel: Mua. 309 H. Palafox St.. PEX.s-v

I wants to know if "prosperity makes there would be no further danger to | -- "I hire the l:1'Pattot confidence In Arer'i Cherry pectoral. have. n.ed it for a number of
us richer." No, only some of us. the human system. Thus a liver I years and I never knew it to tail to break up a cull-CU.BLK5l'luvoIITl'illltlburlt.i.Y. -

: I tonic becomes the most important j THE NEWS acknowledges with ,: 0. M. PRYOR,
AT our present rate of "progress"what medicine you could hiVe
i i i HgPAT-1 the of beautiful wall ..
is left of the dear old Monroe j ICUHA is the best liver pleasure receipt A Million Voices Fiery Woman it* Beautiful in (;oml The Goverunif\, -

this time next will 1 you can take with pleasure because I calendars from Marston & Q'! ina, Health. niture man has made an ,
!! doctrine year Could hardly the thanks of
it will insure you beneficial results. i express in the furniture busimH .,
: not make a Christmas present for a Sold by all druggists. i Star Steam Laundry, the American Homer Hall, of West Point, Ia. Li- Beauty i* not *o much in tnp fea- I during the holiday. r- i
II .. ten whA: severe cell had settled tures iu the and condition '
as expression;
<: charitable society. --- I National Bank, Roch's Restaurant, i price on all his plegan: : -
'' on hisluuqscju5in; 1II0stebstln'ltecomb. 01 the face. Every woman is household and oflU-e fi,
|ii e GEORGIA wants to solve her convict A RAZORBACK RHYME. and the L. & N. railroad, all of Several physicians .aid he endowed with beauty. Show me a figures that will enable ;
had consumption, but could: not help woman who is in good health and I
| and good roads "problems" at A Mi==ouri farmer, whoso hog had i i which are highly predated.. I your Christmas previr-
I him When all thought he was will ghow you a woman who 14 of a thing that is useful! ami ,
one and the same time. We have been killed by a train, and who I j !(, doomed he began to u-e Dr. Kind's I cheerful nature, a good disposition what articles are sold fur .- w

a want column of our own down imagined himself to be something of I Hello! central, SGi. Best fruit New Discovery for Consumption and and who i is beautiful and attractive.No You should call on bin :I" .

here in Florida, to,). a poet, says the Milwaukee Wisconsin I cake made, 25; cent per pound, atPfeill.r's ; writes it completely cured me and woman even though endowed i I ing elsewhere.
---- Steam Bakery saved my life. I now weigh 2'7Ib-." with the most attractive features is '
.. wrote these lines to the com I ---
It's for
THE cola people have won positively guaranteed beautiful without good health. Low
ccca pany's claim agent; for settlement: I Try Clam Boullion with I Coughs, Colds and Lung; troubles. spirits, pains, nervousness, leaden Try Tomato Bonllicn at

out in their suit over the United My razorback strolUd down your track Whipped Cream at Solo Price 30o and $1.U Trial bottles!: I complexion, headache: backache. Solomon's.
4 States taxes imposed in Atlanta. A week ago tmlsy; mon's. free atV., A. D'Alembtrte'e,121 el. I are all beauty destroyers and these

That insidious beverage:; always was Your'"I! came down the line I II ---- Palafox street symptoms can nine times out of ten
I -------- --------- I be attributed .
a long suit with some people any- I And snuffed his light: away. Don't forget to buy the I I' to a torpid liver.HEI'A'FICtrltA Carolina PortlandCement
I I II Pfeitler's goods have always proven will give you good i
l' I, J I. ow. -- --- --- I You can't blame me-the hoi;.you see, I II ball/ one of those nice little satisfactory to their many cutomer !: health and restore your beauty;

t KAISER \VU.UAM is said to con- I Slipped through a cattle gate; I ISo Rocking Chairs Mar' ? ; therefore, ring 'phone 3<53; and then why fuller and bo homely ,
t kindly pen a check for ten; from ,, when you can have strength, ,
I order Christmas cakes pure
: template the perpetration of a drama The debt to liquidate.He : your Co.BIR11INGHAM
, ston & Quina's. 50c. and rich blood, good complexion, and .

to be called "Under the Helmet." was rather surprised a few days I upwards. j Marston tj Quina have a strong nerves,all of which make women ''
This drama was no doubt inspired beautiful and attractive. Sold I
later to receive the I
i following: fine line of Rattan Parlor by all druggists.Toro's i ALA
L by the favorite dram: known as over I MEAT & :MALT has a marvelous' ;
OU :!II came down the line --- --
two schooners. i And killed hoi, know dietetic value. While refreshing and 'I Suits, and o1A peces; theyare
Mi your we ;
But razorbacks on railroad track pleasant to take, it helps assimilatioii i, better and cheaper than Beef Tea at's. :; Stocks of all High (Jr.-i t Ix referring to his political plans I Quite often meet with WOII.'I' of food. Hold byDANNHEISSER can: Portland Cement it-rnium, .

' t for the future, Congressman, Davis BROS i ever. _____ Ul'rJJanatutll: ," Jcrrnau Pat;
4 c : recently informed a representative 'I' Therefore my friend, we cannot send CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S lanJ Cement, KingX.: 1'. Oiir-m.<11
The cbecktorxhtehyoupine. I will for few 1 '
a days longer i Ill ttt>r, HO"'aJalp ( ''111'111. 1i"Pt at
of Gainesville Sun that he was ; Just plant the died; place o'er his head I 0.4. 8III CJ :rL: :r.A. '
'j "all at I other words, another ""Here a foolith twine," ?earl theVgiatore ISB K.nd VC'J Haa V zfl Buffie I No ;k(, South" Palafox street, for your Norfolk. l'ort>ntouu. (Chai.'f-t! ,
J a : = I : TUNE PIANOS AT SI.50. electrical work. HP U prepared to :Savannah Jack-onviili-( iVi'-'i- J

, I sad came of "now you see it and now I do a first-class j jib nt' moderate ;Mobile;! New Orlcan-, itiUitU'ealso ..u.
c # 44.uU you
:1' I am prepared to lle-tiiug and .
. I I you don't." PROCLAMATION.By put I prices. Phone 2u8.FRUIT:!. makc-ihijiiiii hl- tllI' 1 t 11,1.:
,f new Actions and Keyboards in worn I Mills where v<'r w" i:>.t i-'! '-p.\ t

-4 3Jiijitl's; flit'J3l'sl jc'r 5c.CHA8TMA8 out 1'iar.oand make them K'lf'd freight rate, n..k -fHiiiK' n1\I-; f"Atabanzi'
4 IN enumerating the country's dead I -- a-I CAKE. and "Soiitiii. ru C'I
f I new, at reaoujbl prices. "
Brand, Portland uncut. \l"i.
1 1 It "statesmen," the esteemed Tampa II virtue of the vestedin -- -
I authority ; Leave orders at Johnson's Book I I, The j'l-tly celebrated fruit cake lia Hydnulic Nttuial t'i ii

fi Times mournfully remarks that O. use by Section BI! :!, of the 'ode :; rftore. for which the West Florid i Steam made nearCorrespondence Blrtiitnt 1.:1111: ,
;.a Cleveland "I; out of power." He is I CIMS. W.I'HLS"I.EIre :\'. :
: of Ordinances of the City of Pen- I r Kikery famous is i.ow for ,sale at Solicited
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not, however, yet out of tl.e money
' t 25; cent pjr pound. 3Jtf _
sacola is
B J. he and Dan Limotu made on the permission hereby given ((re going to sell our -- -----

a t: side: while preaching political purity I the general i ublic to discharge; $1.00 Tabaurette for OOc. I j I i J. I. STEVENS STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
out of one side of their mouth: I fireworks (c.xxxox: HACKERS over
on Dec. and, 23d and 24th. I
!!t 1- 7,1t: r.lt3ttY-tsTIuiTdhw'it.ilt.; :
l: THIS Chrituuhv-: from the TIIKCK inches in Itngth EXcepted'l''I' Just to see how many peo-\I JetWf'f'1I I'pnsacoln and Milton 1HilliN is ,
Dealer in Diamond, Sterling Nil- :
: \ column of our vivacious contemporary 'I'' and are strictly pie will read this ad. Marstun hilly I ki-cn Suiulax
V I vet Jewelry, Watches, Enameled
'v. the Birmingham News, will ; a severe penalty) from Wednesday & Ouina.
II Good, r..jiHrtirlei'; Cane, Umbrollas OP TAMPA/
strike a reponive chord in many a December '!1'h, A. D. 1902! i I Bin, Bracelet-, E'c.,
saddened I'eimcola heart : I GERSON'SSI Fruit r-uke, bet made, at Pfiifler'sSteam T Milton .. f:: )am l.v IViisaoMiH,
i to January 1st, A. I). I'.HM\ : inclusive. i iThe : Bakery.Cleaning Clock. Opera filii-gps. pHtn Ar Milinn
Hang baby's stocking i
:, up ._--. =- __ ___ I We are offering for the Christum! Iareruc; Hound tnp.ll I.'"
I HUD? up manmta's.too. < Kowdyi-m, loud and boistrous I |
-1\\ And hang up papas timepiece I Ii ladies sk.rts and waist I; holidays barg-iius in Diamonds and
i noises, whooping or hallooing: or
; When th i bilU, ore tatting due. ..1'1. "',. is one of OT specialties. Star Laundry. ale showing a luge line to elect JEWELER IN HIS

\1 "HieVofhol' the liflierman i ,' i i throwing firecrackers; into the yards I iI-\f;: I| from. We have everything s-uitable!

of citizens will not be permitted. f"r Chn-tmas ur wedJiug presents,
i "Great oaks from little acorns OYSTERS AT HID APOSTLE'SFine I NEW STANDI
I I and will take in
C.I JOXES, pleasure showing
grow, and in Wednesday's issue of : _
I Bd t Store in Town! ocr gocds.
,f-l the Times-Uuiou aud Citizen" appeared Mayor of Pensacola, Fla. i oysters today. Try them. II IIH

a tall and towering editorial W, C. JONES, Clerk. 17d4t X : Al'OSTLE. 120 S. PALAFOX.A have moved my jewelry - ,, t i 120 South Palafox. formerly i <
on "The Woes of the Fisherman,
a H. T. S Paul Minn. pied by Has & Co., and am i I' a
McIntyre, : tiiiirirtteil Cure fur l'ift* .
; I which is evidently inspired by a -.%AT'.. I better prepared than ever t" :, ,.
'i I who has been troubled with a dior-I Itching, hind, r-lpeilinc or PrntrudingPd..ur
'f paragraph which recently appeared great bargains in diamond,watt '
1 in these columns to the tiled that I dered stomach, says "Chamb ROCH'SYOU |'.\7.druzglxl(> UIMMKNT will refund. Iu >cur ' Stomach and Liver Tablets do I :.0 centb. let me convince
: me you. you.
those who believe the "fi-h industryshould Begin Your Christmas Buy I I" __ ___ _
:i I more good than anythiug, I have I II WILL FIND THE I J.1. STEPHENFoiey's -
receive a great deal of attention i II
I The bet and largest assortment!: of
taken. For sale all druggists is
well ever by ing. Early Choosing a Big
from the state" would do
I fireworks of every description can bA
i to remember that"t.loei-somuch, t I and medicine dealers. I II FINEST FRUIT CAKESIN hid, wholesale I and retHil. at Mr Kidney Cure

is in fact, that: the people engaged!: iu'' I Advantage. Particularly where I( John 1". Pfeiffero.. 211 East In- m; es kldcey.: and Ll' jctef rfrht.
WANTED. THE CITY AT ONLY I tetidoitcia street.:
d it find it ditlicult to make a living." 1 1It there are so many Useful

Our dignified metropolitaa Contemporary I Thirty salesladies at one- H. II. ',. 25 CENTS PER POUNDWHITMAN'S Hot Chocolate with EVERYBODY LOOKS

t starts out by observingthat Kress! k Cn. dHHI \\ Pretty Things to Choose From
INSTANTANEOUS I i Whipped Cream. at Solo.
"the fisherman is too often accepted -I .
as one who makes a businessof i and Especially -- -

!, a pleauie." To which it may be i Chas. W. Pre--lp ', an expert, who AND !- best and largest ortment of Here it is. Call on : '
replied that the sort of piscatorial: 1 tuned pianos at the World's Fair i I l'Ao7Vv.s ('O1.1. I toy, and firewnik* is di-plujed at Creary. They are doin? t! !f ..
: and i, recently from Fi-cher'* place -- .-
r.t dudes who annually matter their Mrs. John F. I'fi-ilTerS. No. 211 Eat work that can he turned gut 'd.; i '

dollars; and their artificial lures I in Philadelphia. Will give you bet- Caucasian Cafe. Ilntpnd' ncia -treet.Q.1. prepared to do any kind of '

along the Ivist Coast do Roma, since ter werk than you ever had done or They put on India riil,b T nr .

r they make pleasure of a buiu".". no pay. Leave "rder"lt Jnhnou' The Toy be'-t ".n the market, on short> ,
Bookstore. Isulmi S as they have a full linn <.f p.'
That class; of amateur sportsmentypified | M. tires in stock.
r by the bl.i..e Englishman CHILDREN'S BICYCLES. Doe your bur 'v need uP' '
who remuktd "It is a flae day- lag? They can make :t i ; ----- -----
I Their price, ton, art ri-a>outin-.
let's' go out aDd kill something, F. B. Bruce wishes u announce to
thy have ample rapital to cn'.;
flud nothing nearer the surface of i j his friend and eu-toU1i'rS that he .1 flrst-clas carriage buildirepairing' .! .,

their shallow souls than a sneer at 1 has ju-t received .large lot of Beautiful !:: i Toy Land Thoroughly Ex- SOUSE buriness." D .n't f I j

the "pot hunter." | Children's Bicycles all sizes: call on them.

But the world long azo made up i colors and price : plored and Every Nook and Scales repaired. Ii r.t

i its mind about those who "kill for I Come and select before they are I Corner Contributes to this Vast 1"1'J1'7.El'IUAP.15" K-t Garden -tr\, :

E the sake of killing." Man is the gJne. Prices right. di7 Iw i SALISBURY BLOCK, W. GOVERNMENT STREET. Phone 57. 1.
: only animal who thus distinguishes Asscrtment. Happiness for -:
: Do want a watch I
himself, and our game and fish laws: I
I I for little money? If .u, call OE FINE
are at bottom designed i not for the Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate every Child in Pensacola. STATIONERY.C. .

f benefit of those who kill and fish to I you. I : LATEST DESIGNS IN ;

live, but for those who live tj kill I Presents, All of the Useful, ,
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--- i V. Thompson, Xo. II rout

\ and The fi-h."pot hunter," derided and Eczema Worthy Sort, and the Price, : Bed Room and Parlor Sets i::. Palafox street, has just opened ,anew
supply of Linen aud
though he be
denounced may by
;I sporting authority in "civili noit mlriens the skin, fiches, eons, Reasonable in Every Instance. Papers, white, blue and gray, wn:.
every dri5 and scales! I
zation," is the only hunter who has !>ume {wope! call it tetter, milk crust or I DINING ROOM TABLES, SIDE BOADS, CHAIRS, ETC. Envelopes to match Oxford *.z' -.
salt rh-'u:. I also Fcrei/n. Mail Tablets with Evtlopes >
in the worth
I rights premises regard ,
any The snSrrinir from it is sometimes ia- I '.
i us. The Idle man who fishesor t..n.-: !'>cat: :a.hliratin.e resorted: to- to match. Ink I'" "
hunts for amusement should be tbt'y mi is.t, hIt i .,." "t t ure. I II I Davenport Lounges, Metal Beds and Mattresses. :, Penholders, Blinkbo"k-, Filef..
!: ;-r.i.-, I if'..II :..'" ir.i 'riu?<1 or acqi.'n i ,
content to take what is left him and : '! .1,1 ; <..--: t> LLL. t a'se live I etc., always on hand.

his wantonness by the stern necessities r\\ \>,1.Hood's. Phone 234.

of life, and no longer be encouraged Sarsaparilla. t B Gerson Prices for t Ik Holitlays Are Down Not I'p -

jI In the belief that he is the j Puce:) rttfthf'm: i-as ra,: .. .y p, C., .A. pciTZxll .
and I't.'rmml'nlenrPtl the worM r::'t and
r salt of the earth, and the man who tta'h.f K"J L Nata ha.Re : .'
Ln.bu t au t:<;uai for all utan ua I 3-zi
Jive by hi! gun or rod or net the'.tcum 'r :n' tl's .
II Subscribe for ata" LL.YJ1-.1--
The News.
Daily lOco
Palafox St.
t i and offscourings thereof | DOU 1 III*" aj v h. uMtv'.kjfUt.; i* -("j.L; I per week. I I'I

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IT IS AT HIS LEG WAS POLICEMEN AND W. C. O'NEAL President No.6G03. M. E. CLARK, Cashier 1;F i r 1

S. J. FOSHEE.Vice-President; JOHN PFEIFFER, Asa't C....... i ,",

jo \Umw\ hen l"bini What Catarrh Yon Medicine.Are Taking, AMPUTATED SOLDIERS HAD BIG AMERICAN NATIDNAL BANK rri

Catarrh is the short route to consumption I .
and the importance of ear FIGHT TODAYAND
treatment of catarrh 'I OF PEHSACOLA, FLA. f' .
and judicious
whether located in the head be, WOUND BY BULLET CAUSED USE Designated Depository of the United States. ; : r' :
throat: or bronchial tubes, ALLOFFICERS BEAR MARKS Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25, 19O'
too strongly emphasized.The OF SURCEON'S KNIFE. : I I

list of catarrh: cures the N as forms longas OF THE CONTEST-..ONE [ Loansand .RESOURCES.: .. $442.92184Overdrafts Capital Stock ....LIABILITIES... .... .. ............. .... $200.000.00 : .

the moral lAW and { Securedand Unsecured.. ...... 2,301.17 .... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 i. ,
in which they are aoministl'red. nu.merOUi Deputy Sheriff Brewton arrived I SOLDIER BADLY HURT. > U. 13. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213.b06.87 Undivided Profits...... ...... ......... .... 5.6W.M( i
and c nlu--- r. from "prays, from Century last evening with a Stocks, securities, etc......">>...... ."... 2,62500 Rediscounts .. .... .......................... 10.2CT.6l 'I .1'I ,
?, ointment, and Furniture and Fixtures.................... 6,718.48 Circulation.. .... ........ ...... .... .... ..... 12 ,OOO.OO I 1\
.abater, wa-he, liquids. and tab- wounded negro named Davis,who is t. R. Stamps.... ...... .... ....... .......... 65.82 Deposit........... ...... ............. ..... .J61Et>>.35 1.
salves to powder, a fugitive from justice in Alabama, Paul Anderson, Archie Jones and Cash and Exchange........................ 153913.12 t \
Jets. Jesse Allen, privates from Barrancas i !
tablet form is undoubtedly the and withal a very dangerous man. -- : !
most convenient and most effective: He was serving a sentence for mur- got themselves into a lot of Total..... .... .... ...... .... ...... ...... 822382.30 Total.... .... .. .. .... ...... .... .. .... .... $822,382.20 i
but with nearly all advertised catarrh trouble this afternoon by fighting I i This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give I
der in the Monroeville Ala.
business and careful attention.
your prompt courteous 1
remedies it is: almost entirelya among themselves and then offering j I

matter of guess work as to what when a general delivery was made a great deal of resistance to officers 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I i

'you are taking into your system, as and he escaped. when their arrest was attempted. I

':e proprietors, while making all Davis wandered as far south as 1)
arts of claims as to what their med- Allen lies in the dungeon at the Have you seen those shaving
Century and bad been working there SALE $
mes: will do, always keep it a close police station nursing a badly bruised BANKRUPT stands and music cabinets "
weeks when his
two identity was revealed -
;.:ret as to what they are. head and numerous other wounds, I at Marston $ Quina's.
to Mr. Brewton An Alabama:
T.. -uccess and popularity of the while Anderson and Joaes are in a Just the thing for a Christ-
',-v catarrh cure, Stuart's:: Catarrh warrant was soon afterward received -

T...>let>, is largely because it not and, armed with this paper, the 1 separate cell, consoling one another Glassware Tinware mas present. I
I Crockery -- -
cures catarrh, but because: ca- and wondering what Mayor Junes I
went to look for the
deputy negro.
.. sufferers who use these tab- I! will do with them tomorrow. I FRUIT CAKE. i I
He was soon found in the woods I
tv: >w what they are taking into Officers Etheridje; Helton and and BricaBracAT The We..t Florida Steam: Bakeryis j '

: -)=>teins. Stuart's Catarrh Tab- near Century working with an adze. I Fondebilla, who went after the soldiers Toys now milking the best fruit cake i .J'

o .w; composed of Red Gum, When .Brewton approached him, ever put on the market at 25 cents ,
all bear: narks of the encoun- -
i.. :j Hoot and similar valuable and Davis raised the dangerous implement I perpound. :

i- ,>tic ingredieutsaudarepleas- as. if to strike: the ollictr. Dtp- ter. Allen kicked Oliver Etheridge # 36 South Palafox Street. ;iIud.jin'c. IIi Ptsti'rik '
:';ie taste and bein,; dissolved j in the face, making an ugly wound. II IIi'
puty Brewton had armed himself
south taku immediate : stomach
they He was also kicked in the H. H. HEINS ERG. W. F. WILLIAMS, Aucioneer.
..' 'i, uu tbe mucous lining of the with a Winchester, and without j and his hand hurt, probably by the ]! 8+fI"-..".. ....",., zz... :

ua-al passages and whole re- raising the weapon, pressed,, thetrig : :
fighting soldiers' teeth. Above Sale will Commence Wednesday, Dec. 11, at
1 tract. and the bullet took etl, in I
;;;+ r : ct
i ores that Stmrt's Catarrh Ollicer Helton's hand was badly. o'dockp.. m., and will continue /lfat 10 a m. and ;

;, have accomplished in old the negro's; leg, ju-t about the kiee. wounded and he was:: struck and 4- p. M. until the entire stock is disposed of. Shelving AUCTION

.. t-a-.ts of catarrh are little It had the desired! filact of quieting kicked a number of times. He and : and Coltn ers also will be sold at close of sale. ,

him and he was conveyed to I
; .m:1fkable: and the advau- 1
i iI
Officer Fondebilla, whose hand was
: ," i-.U"WIU; what you are put- Century, later being put aboard train : i| Had a G"'JlI'lilllf'. i
I also hurt, were the lint to attack I II
. .in your stomach is of para- No. 1, arriving here at o p. in. !:1 I A. J. Sncll waited to attend a party I. ,
iinportance wheu it Is red At. Ht. Anthony's hospital: last the men. ':i but was afraid to do so on ac- GHRIS I I THIE8EN I [ i SALEESPECIALLY
. 'I : that the cocaine or mor- I| The soldiers came: up to the city ,, count of pains: in hisstomach, which I)
abit has been frequently night the surgeons amputated the this morning and wandered around I he feared would grow worse. Ho

.. legat the thigh, in order that the says: "I was telling my troubles to
the result of I
.tl j as using;
until they were all drunk. Shortly a lady friend, who said: 'Chamber- KEEPS THE
r : laurrh remedies. wounded criminal's life might be i 1 Iain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrluea
after 1 p, m. they engaged in a fight, I
irt Catarrh Tablets meet with saved. Remedy will put you in condition FINEST BRANDS !
,u ippnival from physicians, -- ----- and a whistle was blown. The officers : for the party.' I bought bottle and 1
take pleasure in statin.: that two j
character CUAMr.KKLAIYS: responded hurriedly and the antiseptic does cured me and enabled me to FORLADIES '
'. .It' : ant perfectly safe for the STOMACH AMI UVIUl TAIII.KTS I fight began at once. Clubs had to have a good time at the party." Mr.
i, i'"hl1- to use and their com- 'I Snell is a resident of Summer Hill, Purest Liquors
., Try them 1 be used without stint to put the men: N. Y. This remedy I is for sale by
.ii tk.iliein a common When you feel dull after eating. I' into subjection, and while the melee all druggists and medicine dealers. KR
ii( fur all forms of catarrhal
have i
When no appetite.
you i lasted the streets were congestedwith Try Tomato Bouillon atSolomon's. !
ti I'I When you have a bad taste in the I ....Family or Medicinal Use.... !
The with the
!- -ell thorn at 50 cents mouth. spectators. fight '; .
d i packages.-- When your liver I is torpid. officers occurred at the corner: of UK Volt Ylll'K 1 .
When your bowels are constipated. Baylen and Z irragossa streets. FOR LUMBERi 1
\ i. it <<'\HIh Mrilttine. When you have: a headiche.: __ __ n n I II SideboardMr. .-..- '.' ;
When you feel bilious. i I Call on BEEKMAX LUMBER Holiday f
to0N9Nnitba.AuStr.Ua.l'ulht .
They will improve your appetite CO for estimate before placing
-rl.tiu' Ct..uh: IleuiCuntnuedicine. I
l: I have: : cleans and and regulate invigorate your your liver stomach and The finest specimen of chromo- your order- for lumber. d16 lui Thie en i i- till at thp corner of DIAMOND RING t.
liiylen and Intendencia street
bowels. For sala by all drugziits l lithography recently seen in Pt'nsA' I 1
(mm it >e\ ;r& cough ..
where he has been for vnarand
and medicine dealers. l',1 1 the beautiful of WANTED -HIDES.Dry .
.\ mouth and it ha* j 1 is rpproduction I has nothing in stork but Choicest

I have grt-at plea | Henry P. Smith's well known painting 1 Hint hide, 13 cent per pound, of OLD LIQUORS I5UA.XDIES, GIVEN AWAY\
lirefn salt hides "'1., cents,, COHOIALSVIXfrS.. EI C. These I
..muring it -\V. C. BUY A HOME. : "Clearing lip reproduced by per : ;
I pound. are di-pun;.ed by petite and alfable
II of the Oiborue Company of New York.This i
Tinis i the opinion O. M. Pryor ha* purchased a Tallow: In barrels, f. cents per attendant*. Here only you c tn get
: .,Idt'-t and iiiot re-peeled work of art his bepu utilized the CelebratedN.
pound. .
large number of choice lots which he : FF E E !
"-, and lets been voluntarily: will sell to desirable purchasers at this year by WalkEr Ingraham, of Tallow, iu cakes: C'.. cents per u :
in ;nod faith that othns in lyri the Star Laundry, who is u-ing; it on pound.RPeawrx.. C. Bowen Kentucky Whiskey,
moderate figures.Mr. .
2(5( cents per pound. D.I
(fincdy! and be lieu*fited. a* his calendars: 1SWJ.; : i 4 Years Old. iVFKV LADY ATTE
Pryor is desirous of building i Keferuuce: Any biuk iu Pensa-
'' Mr.all\Vockiitr.: This and ruuirdy medicine it up the eastern section of the city, cola. Thi:: i- the oldest whi-koy on sale in INC THIS SALE WILL I .
by druji-ts; FRUIT CAKES. J. WATKIXP ,
s the United :Mates, and i N d.speused !
r and, (controlling; large number of I
Brunswick A CHANCE
0.1. by the drink or one gallon to one I
hots will sell them on reasonable The West Florid: Steam Bakery: -, -- cu i
\ iw is the time to order your $7.i.wedi FREE. i
I ,-tml: nake, such as fruit, pound.. term to actual settlers. Jim makes the best fruit cake in the city. Jtlldgill'Slie Qcstor oc. Danish Afjuaril,
ItlJl'utalnr any kind of cAke, at Rich sweet and warranted to keep German Kummel and other brand*
i i 'tr-r + Steam Bakery. G-POKTIAXI CEMENT at frp,.:h. 25 cents per pound. 3Jtf of Imported Wines, Liquors and Auction Sale for Ladies i ,t,
uurrel. V. CLIT.IN. Cigars in stock.
''f M per : A. always
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T ie finest (line of sterling silver Corner Urn and Garden i;reet-. A Multitudeof All of the"e goods can be :iroc'Jrpd
from Valhalla Branch coiner Garden P v Special: Request of ,!
t 'J an 1 silver novelties is to be B. H. FAIRCHILD, nnny "
f. and atJ. I. Stephens'. Prices to Hot Rolls, at 5 p- m lOc street and 10th avenue. Lad s of tt i h city, I will hold
:'h a+e all. doz.. at Solomou's. CT 2?XX. O 30 B V 33 n. T7:ITS. Fancies for an Ant gun :Sal lor the Ladies

..e.o.o.e..IO...aee...o.o.e.o.o.e.$4O.aee....oO :"eroef Work and Refnishing furniture a the Glorious, Corner ISavlen and Intend-ncia Ste.GEEKERiE4. Satmihy] JIoFoicK '

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Specialty. ----------- ,
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Hello Stranger i P110ll0 403. Generous [ Dec. 20 at 10:30: I I ', ,

. R. K. WHITE, Christmas Tide.... : J
I u ui [ [ \
t Y r when they will have an opportunity -
Tills ISo
. watchmaker, Manufacturing Jenrler ,I. s ',,'JI I to buy their Christmas ,
a We have everything: her you I ;.{Jf (iift- at their own price i .

i .1 !!Ioatlal'llfo and Graduate!: St.. Optician Pcniaroln, FliV vi-sit cm and think inspect or dream our tock of. will To f 9 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. ;j{:$f fSSSS I Dnni'ii'd-i: Sulitnire Ring*, I a!j

0 t KtUllP"':.1! IIHS, Scarf Fins, \ ,
Beers' be a delightful experience to vJ .
Reposti r - r. L1"eket- L .r Drop, -rr KC.Vrftrli i
a ory jou. As. U to bu expected our t. tI t --. ChainIt ings I
4a 9a : prices are the lowest in town.GOE'S e :' J Cl'irkB''iiZ*-*, Sterling !J Silverwarf. I "

*a 9i t : \\V a rRY R & ll L i|-: Christmas [tJrY J :3 !. warp H ,V'T": iinlriiolH' I**!" Tableware Plated-, i i I I'1.'

: 509-511 South Palafox Street. .v' (,pert In I.I""S, Field! Olaes,
. v.i Xovtiti>--. !
: ,,-nl.l.I.I I mi Goods -
IOI'0 ki Ltdiil'iii't: fail to attend: ;
. thl+ sale the bet of .
. NO. 'Jij Sot IH IMIiU'OX STUKKT.TEXSACOLA ;as order ;
Fruits ;: r...1I will !h. iintuintd Satarday, i i it !

I Buggies Wagons and Harness i ic eM FLA. i$I LARGEST LOT t{.;.oj'.1, DH:. .") at Io..i0u._:;!. U_). :

e.9..e.c.o.c.. .+&...G. .DJ..a. .G .a. .....0 eCIIRIST11AS C) Produce ... ii:;1 -'ui (s i

-- l2M29EaitG72n Burst. /SVI] 01\ E ...i It F'If eWOF k S.V t' ALEX. UOTflff{ i

K""PJ'- constantly: en hand and c in b
GOODS1' hip at -h-irt ritif:! Cahbajff. 226 S. Palafox St. I

; nardhc'ia-: Ruta B.;: siM 150 ) t Fruits of All Kinds, .I
pound bay-. Pe"t MichiiMii Put.itiie : : j
Red lil.lte! OiiitHi?, Extra Fancy B K *J J h ; .*e.- ra..a
.\ THK- BpI Davi-s. ItaMwin. Uu="t-t. Hubb JIOTE i1{ r Christmas Candies. i i iI ._ 11
-- -
: rd*>'n and New YorK Spies Apples. ; T ft
,, F orida Oranges Ruatan: Cocoanut i I TIM n
: *, L L. Raism*, full weight : Fancy Nuts, i
I j J
GE1VBOOK STORE Texas Pt'cal1Jixed Nut, Mixed I I:

Candy, Large and Smooth Stick GIGA t; i J JAY! y R Q BRY? !
Candy, White, Hud Kidney rind f, Cigars, i'. B ; 1i:
CONSISTING OF Lima Beans; California and Virginia were' (rttt
: Black Eyp Pea Virginia Peanuts I I 1 I
Albums Pictures Cards Calendar Baskets Cheese, Butter, extra fine, in f Oysters. Fat and Fine. :;.; "'J1I <'!>aI<' and j J

10 :2<3 and 30-pound packae: '; Beet, 1.i ,.' I'ct.iil i I (;r'C'I',. i I I
Horse Radish, Cotton Seed Hulls in' See that Each Cigar is ,-.
Games, Books, Dolls, Purses, Prayer Sack=,Cotton Seed Meal, Be Shorts:" -- Yal Hi:\DfjUAKTI- FOIL I
and Pure Brau. Stamped.
Books, Hymnals, Bibles. I To arrive today, ot tlO> boxes Indian'II I Family, Fancy and Staple : 4! t
1 River Oran ;p1. Will be sold at FRANK REILLY Best Fruit SlaD I .
& Groceries, ..* i
once. No fancy prices
.Everything in the Way of Pretty Things... I j'I I Send in your Holiday Orders at SOLE AGENT. 1 [fr, '. ,
and All Kinds of
once so they may have careful attention I f; IN THE CITY. ft.Ir' Up-to-date Fancy r

t 0=PRICES T.o"r=tp i prices advance.jt6'f'Ship and packing. and before I W:
____ nJM-- I Uil your Turkeys, Fgzs I II t.f.. ..... ";' ;" fi.'f ..;:..,-"t, ," jKfbfftFruit Florida for the Celebrated Cafe du .,I
= = == ) I ana Produce and set btst obtainable: Mnndo Cotffe, Sweet Home Mola- \

i prices. \i. Illiniaud Climax Hours.Diyle's .tDelicatessen.
rake bp t m' Pfeifftr's

ri HN DN i Steam Bakirv. Food Ca'Canned GermanAmerican Mt-ati': Etc. All tri''a+ "
fc rot-II ': Ceo. \If.\ Pryor & Sons, firti5tie photogr-aphg, i t of which arp.old bv alt first-c'ass!

'I i I Clam Boullion at Solo- Retail Grocers in the city.

PROPRIETCR. Telephone x.,. ill. I i I liOl'j S. Palafox Street : mon's. Try it. II GOj ; .ou'ru .lL.FCX.



':rNit$ l .) r i. ;. tIJ1 \ }irtJ: : f: d1; ,. t>"; "" < "4'''' '_ 'i'r11tlt') ;:., "' :rr,: ..; """ -+ "'"'-.. "" ",.,, ,.... .
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/ Alabama Pastors Pass Resolution
MISPLACED RAIL Against Same. The best

Montgomery, Ala.. Dec. 1ft.--In the

j&9''t'I Alabama conference a resolution in

Serious Accident 011 Ahlanai!1!i dorsicjr the movement against chili' I at one-half priceIt

I labor in the cotton mills was passe
G :eat Southern. j
after sr'ir.e opposition: especially from:;
Dr. RuEshas; who !lives in a C'I'''<'a mil takes five of the ordinary: "quam" to make a pallon but a nA YXR f>n\" ';" I
V.'OHK! OF TRAIN WRECKERS full quart, an honest quart of 32 ounces four to the gallon. Now, you I'u., .. .
town A resolution offered h> Hev least a bottle for whiskey that cannot possibly be any better tban 11.\Y\I '. '
-- C. L. Chilton indorsed! prohibition ano good, or*&25 a gallon. If you buy HAYNER WHISKEY you .ai e at Ittot *;o I i iirallon. ",
'-oc.'. ct vc ar.d: Three Cars; Precipitated We sell two gallons for about tbe same as you par forone gallon of I'rub" ;
; condemned the: dispensary.The whiskey. Just think that over and remember that HAYNEK WHl KKY ?i*', >. -i. '
Irtoret:<-Express IVecsenger conference started out for a our distillery to you, carries a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER > i '
ANTEE of PURITY and AGE and saves you the dealers' enormous profits 1'r.-
Ccison !Tuned UnCcreckaJe: endS.veial great debate:, but a motion to table thi, it's so good and so cheap. That's why we hare over a quarter of a million &:" -, : .,
I tomers. That's why YOU should try it. Your money back If you're nut I>aLIJot.L\I
whole subject was carried by a'
Wny i@%& Others Severely: Injured. of 91 to 47.

Ci. .tliiH"h..m. Ala., Dec. 1C.-Southbound The: statistical! report showed a to Direct from our distillery to YOU

lmt.'ti tr2.in0.. 1 from Cine in. tal membership in the conference ol

I I to tier; Orleans on the Alabama Ii IiI 52.556; Sunday! schools. :558: : teach Sans Dtaltrs' Profits I Prwnt Adultinilcn I -

i I i treat Sctithtrn railroad was wrecked (>r8. 3.546, and scholar, 32,421. Con

II I .' rules: sjuth of Moun. villa. Ala., and tributed for foreign missions $13 262.59

I j .0 milts smith cf Birmingham this domestic missions $1.947.61. Soo Chow

1 i morning: .it :2 o clog k. college $1 13.50. ... C. Bowen missionary HAYNER WHISKEYPURE

I The officialsay that a rail which to Brazil $:;1-1.8.: for the

I was removed by aa unknown part American Bible society, $233.55 Pen

:ear a trestle vihic'a' spans a small s&cca! was chosen as the place for the SEVEN-YEAR RYE

Give Warning of Approach of fore :'i cvk, caused the wreck. Engineer next met ting.

[ >*. II. Larkin saw the missing rail too FULL !! EXPRESS
j Serious Trouble.- inThe heavy: locomotive left the GIBBS-WILLIAMS BOUT. 4 S3&

.rui-K and bumped along on the ties
}) tits of ioinvitli Ends In Fracas Between Referee and QUARTS PREPAIDWe
.1 you cxju'riunce depivs restlessness, alternating .mttl the trestle was reached. It
1 F w I Iii cxtiviminital.ilitv: lartlrlulg ujxin hy.-nrriiV Are jourpirits :!.t':! knocked the trestle down and One rf the Principals. r
c i :'lv! Jifftvu-il that one minute you laugh, and the next fall into a>n.Nive tup'ikd! cner into the creek. The Seattle Wash.. lIf>{'. 10.-The fi-ht; will wnd you FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of nA YNEE'S SEVEN-
YEAR OLD RYE for ti20. and will the charges. Try it and
,. last night! between Young (Iibbs 01 we pay express
i weeping) ? matt rr-wa?, and express Pars and If you don't find it all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from 1
Do you fel'! soinethiii like a hl11 lisiujr in your throat anti threatent j jI I two coa.'ius followed the whole being Cleveland and Kid! Williams chokeou ,all the I ver ended in an with! tin will be returned to you by wit mail Just think that offer over. How coulJ
; 't : M-IIM-S 1I'r'l.'rtl'morbidly\ sensitive to uproar
light pilri: up; in a heap in the cre*k. It be fairer If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent fetter ?
i ( i viiuid : I ji.iin ia the ovaries, and t' .j jn-i ially l lA,\\eeu the shoulders: ; 1.i'rtss Metr-enger: Colson i la miss- ring filled with policemen, an'! (:'l!h1.- let us send you a trial order It you don" want four quarts your>elf, 1/1' a +
I -.ii-tiuus; ; loss of voice ; nervous I13 -i'l'l:<;iii. mel almost: contimully an': the rE'fpr'nga erl in a fist hsrht Inside friend,to join you. We ship in a plain sealed case LO marks to show what'sOrders
,1 :n;: an.I I is FUPIIOSI: d to be dead un :"er
r --. ;and .;l,Ilipy| with a tendency to cry at the least pro\'ocatiun ? and It was declared no contest. for Ariz., Cal.. Co!.. Idaho Mont, Npv.. N. Met .Ore.. Utah Washor
riiiwnck. Mail Clerks
Kelley Wyo. must he on the basis nf 4 Ounrt* for Kl.M by Express t
( if s-i, your iit-ncs are in a luticrt'd condition, and you arc threaten r.itgsW"11! severely injured as was For six rounds Williams had the Trepaid or 2U quarts for Sltt.OO by Freight Prrpaia. '
I aly ; Firtiraa Dorr a nogru. It is Write our nearest office and do it NOW.
t t rndiiuiitedly! you (1,) not know, lint in nine cases out of ten this h j 1 down three times in the third round
said thai none of the injured are fatally "
t' ,ILcrdbvsonteuteiit ,Iisnrderaudtheuervvcenteringinaudabout the ; In a fierce mix up in the seventh libns
oi ; which) make you a woman iitliieme your inlire nervous system.: i hurt and the officials assert that nol landed on tie Jaw and Williams :tarted ATLANTA GA. DAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS Ma ST. PAUL, MINH-
h. done restore"their >assi'n,:ers were injured. Officials of lad DlSTILLZBY: TBOT, 0. ESTABLISHED 1866.
'iiethiir.j: must at once to : natural condition or to fall. The referee would not
\uu will Lo prostrated: fi-r weeks and months in-ihajN, and sutler untold the roarl are at the sane, and it will get out of the way, so Gibbs hit him
be tonight before traffic is reopened.The
misery.1'ioof. The referee responded with bare
i is monumental that nothing in the world is; latter for this I injured were taUen: to Tuscaloosa.The knuckles and then the police entered 1 j

purpose than L}liii! I]. I'inkliiiiu'.sYgctaMo Compound ; thousands train had but tew passengers the ring. :
and thousands of women han written us so. aboard. The two sleepers remained
on the track. !'
Mother Gray''f't 1'owilera for
How Hrs. Holland, of Philadelphia, suffered I The body of Messenger Colson was Children

among the finest physicians in the country, none of found under the wreckage later in the Successfully used by Mother Gray. nurse In : VAN PELT BROTHERS

i whom could help her finally cured by Lydia: E. day.: He was the only person killed. tbe Children's Home In New York, Cure I

Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. The officials are now positive that the Feverishness, Bad Stomach Teething Disorders GARDEN STREET GROCERS.
wreck was the work of train wreckers. ,move and regulate the Bowels ant:
{' "DEAR Mi: I'IXKIIAM : For over two years I was a constant suf. U-stroy Worms. Over su.ouo testimonials ....DEALERS IN....

1 fererfrnlestr'tue nervousness,indigestion! : ,and dizziness. Menstruation RESIDENTS WERE FRIGHTENED.: : They nererfail. At all druggists 2ac. lIm-1 I
FF tern irrejfulir) hall \Uickache and u feeling of great latitude and weak pie KREE. Address Alleu M. Olmsted I.e I 'STAPLE' AND FANCY GROCERIES
ness. I was so. bad that I was not able to do own work far in itoy, N.1. ,
3' my or go Appearance of Warships Caused Terror -_-___ ___ I

the street." I could not sleep! nights. at LaGuayra. It Keeps the tVet Warm anti Dry. j Fruits, Nuts, and Every Delicacy Suitable for the Holidays.
+ T I tried several s.plendid d tftors, but they gave me no relief. After I.aGuayra. Venezuela Dec. 1C.-The
Ask to-dayforAlleo's 'oot. ;a e,a powder j
t f tcdi.lI11..> dhi I]. Pinkliani's/:etnl>le Coiiipoiind I soon began to Itritibh cruiser Cha l Goods Received Fresh
arrival of the -
:> > 11 cures Chilblains,SwoltenHweating,Bore : : Daily and Sold on a Saul! V r-_ i I..
i j fet! Ijt-tter and able and feel if I would fall I ; to )go out not as at
ihs!; boat Quail
and torpedo destroyer Aching, Damp feet. At all druggists: and ,, Free Delivery to Ary Part of the
twry--tc.p.: I continued to uk- the medicine until cured.UI City.
bad '- the shoe stores. Jie.NAYAI .
cai'od a s are among population -
I p ; cannot say enough in In-half! of I.\ db E l'inkIHlIn'1tI1'Iil' n<", | of this place The commander _____ __ ___ ,
9i ;::ail li-artiiv recommend all :-lItl1, in;.:" women ttl tiy it and find the I STOUha ClAKHr", VAN PELT BROTHERS
.f the fortress has visited the American.
f ', ) 'u-f I ditl/-Mits. Fioia.ME I1nLI! .%It, Oi'-J! :S. Clifton tt.l'hilaIII ,
.;,uia, 1'a. (JaiL 0, I'.ioj.j Punch, Spanish and Dutch ('on- Ipofr..rt Daily for The News h, TELEPHONE; NO. 231. ?,* ?*, ,.<, 31 EAST GRIJf.ST.
bills and l asked them in case the British Union Naval Stores Co.

F' Another case of severe female trouble cured by | lamlel marines to inter\ene to POSIW.HIM -

.i} ; Lydia E. Pinkham's r iable Compound, after the prevent firing nu the foil an I to delay WW _................. : H...........? .....}; IMI ;, ---------------r-- -_, --.,.--. :.:.

doctors had failed. any movement on the fort, lie had w0__......... ..... BWI G.... ..._... ...... 1"" J t
Ttelvrd; o.-uers from the governmentto X_...... ... ......_ 3 SA V .......... ...._ I 5533. /
s4 p. "DK.U MRS. l'ISlill.\I-I vas in ixnir health for several years. evacuate the plate He added if M........._. ........... .) E............. .._.. 1 aHK ,;?....,. ....CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.... $w'j
l r I liid feiaile trouble and\ w.; not able! to do my housew ork alone. I the consuls refused to obey and the _.._......... :S W; D......_...._.. 1 45t I : + ;lf,
pi. ,1 a felt tin'tl"r., .\' nervous, awl I'"nltlllllth'I'p.. doctored with several : fort was attacked he would defend his I ._......_..._..-.... :! Xi U tbelow.: ..... 1 4i '''7I!: LARGE ADD ELEGANT LINE Of JEWELRY .' ; :, i
i ilti.-tmx. Thi'V dm-tiinil) me f..r III)' --lollladl, but did lint relieve Ilse.I post and could not aswcr for the consequences l'nUTS TUBPurUII-512': i
I <;Z'h. I in your Itonk alxnii jour medicine, and thought I Would try it. I to the town which is with -- -- - -- .< ..e OF ALL KINDS. .<& .<

:, T .did MI, and am im\v cured and able to do my work alone, and feel I out any defense r.owI ith the exception Medical Society, Attention. :;

t' '. p>od., I was; always wry pour, !hut now weigh one hundred and fifty of a few armed policemen There will be a regular/ meeting 01 : armE.?.52.529-525'252525252.52552.5"2525252S'i5'2S2.S2252: "

'u. t jiunnds. i At "> o'clock, however the Charyb- .he Pensacola Modical society at i; : :
If .1 thank for the relief I have obtained and I the Board of Health M. J \ NDERSEN29 :
I : you hope that every I dis and the Quail left I.aOuayra and offic it f I ;
1 woman 'roubied! ) with fl'nMlt't'.lkut'ss will give L> ,IiI]. rinkham's the tears of the !population subsided. )'cJock p.m. Tuesday.: Dec 23.

f, Ve?rtablo: ('t ""tlUlII( a trial. I I have recommended: it to many of my What C'aus..1 the alarm was the fact ''nvited Visiting to attend physicians are cordially 'i, -'* South Palafox Street.-*: j-
friends. Mis. MAIUV I.OH.I.hll'rS111l Ohio. .\110.1.. 1W1.)
it ,
: that when the British ships arrived DR.\V. C. DEW ERY, 'I <52525252S2CS'2S 25'252S2.52S252525 2525iJ:)
+ 11 ill l! cot La': Lydia: 1.. I'inktium's 1'egt table ('olni 'niiuL con\ince all of the : their the fort and L. DEM. BLOCKER, mj 1regr C 'I'C C:.".. !!;.. .,; '.e1... .',. /
lirtiu-s of suns conning tv.arrJl .I. r.......' '..01'' II....., i.....,..i V4 rid
; thi. iiu-diciiH'! ? *n25ttf HPeretarCHOICEST i -.
{ remain
d stationary for aft'mo- I
!it: low" shall! the tact that it will help them l*' made plant ? I It ments as If to open 1 re. The Charyb- ---- -----.----- w. DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES. '? ';

;t: Surely .1111 cannot wNh ls> riMiiain weak, and sick.! and diseoiir- :, j"S -:
t dis and: the Quail steamed away in the ?
,!, .1t.exbau.tcct ith ash d.iy's\ work. Ytu hate some druuea't of I f
direction Quracoa. The foreign v I
IIf ( he IViiiininc nanism, nivl I.' tlia 11. PinJ..halll's'l'gl'lalJlc -in--ils called -<<)10'f I'ronipt Attention to Repairing and ":r. ra\iux. _
;h 1 Compound tr ill help jou just as surely as it has others. subsequently on tJlt'lrt' C.
II' felt, who assured! them there was no I ,. _- -/ -.....--/- /-..,. .. .,_.._.-- --",-__.y':
l'" n -I danger at present__ I f FRUITS AND CONFEC1IONER[ l

itf f_ i t.:, :. n.I\+ay 1 BlccVade:. ('. \ Iii; -Rtp'vuK Ports.( : ; to a Jiieolas Peters' The AV-iriit Form II I,1 -AT- :M A.
J .. ..
; '111' :" ':j :!n the hon? of lord! t'd.I} C. APOSTLE'S
Multitudes the
are singing praises
'i: I ,n I :mo\\nf', t:6.' fUlPign r.t !'I' ,
W; ..,-\ :aid: that if the seizure of the '>f Kodol, the new discovery: which Ii. i 14 East GiTennt $t SUCCESSOR 1(1 AVERY WOOLFOLK.l 1

:: \ > <:<'/n> Ian gun teats did in't i p;io.luce { t FRUIT STAND. ,: is making so many sick people well IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

;ti 9 t..11': d.! fire.l tffct further coercive( and weik people strong by digesting I Formerly Cordova RestaurantHtaiu

:I.+ I r.- t-'i\s would lie employed. The mat. i FRUITS, what they eat, by cleansing and i One car-load of Pineapples at ll.7t: HARDWARE. ,!

; ;' i I. r iiiii,! be.-n considered in conMiIta.or. sweetening the stomach and by to $2.00 per dozen.

; t : .or. with Germany ai.O it haJ IH-OII CANDIES NUTS, CIGAR, TOBACCO transforming their food into the I' Iron Nails, Axe, Kh"v, la I Saw Mill and !Steamboat

1: i 1 i ,d.! d 10 n ort to a blockade of thee tJ: ().. KIC. kind of pure, rich, red blood that I Supplies, Cooking and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils
l i pi-: ] It was i:.'t intt'n:'.,l'd to land make you feel good all over. Mrs. | THE CORRECT TIME Window OIa
t, a li V-I Ui.-h,ziu-lan fore.-,territory.and still lt1>s. to occupv Fresh Plant OystersReceived Cranfill. of Troy, 1. T., writes: For I TOPURCHASE Agate; and Tinware ana llonscruriiisliing Uooiis.fWAOENrtFOR .

Is I i number ot years I was troubled
goo, mw.\1wlIJo.: and Opened Daily. with indigestion and dyspepiawhich : '! YOURiGtetmas BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY":
grew into the worn; form. i Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
hit hiC The Tt'adl'l' "f tins p.iir will IIP Special Sale of Fireworks.Get Finally I wa induced to u t 'nl<:fwd to !learn that there i-; at h at' :and after wing four bottler I am entirely I j omine, Iron King and Huck Stoves and Ranges Wm
on, ilr a'Jcil ..liM.... that *ei -uce them Cheap for the Little Ones cured. I heartily recommend :, Gifts Coups & (In.'* Riw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'a
if Kodol to all suffers from indigestion i Made Riilroad Colors.
: !t habeen able to cure in all ittau"* 1 i
NICK and dyspep+ia. Take a doe after !
/ ; titd that !i-i catarrh. Hall's, Catarrh ,, meaU. It digests what you eat. i iHargia i Masonic Temple Pensacola. Fla.

r ell''' is the only po.-itive cure now The Children'- Friend. Pharmacy, John Shepard :, We have time to show you our ....

tf t I'al.ifnx: & Hajlen I, Sidney Kahn.Foley's 1 ComplKP Stock of Good4 now before ir
di.1''' -- -- the Greatest Huh: i is on u*. The I"tlectiou | ; SAMUEL CHARLES,
Honey Tar i N compll.'tp.Va cannot'
and ,,
r t '
f mout. : OPERA HOUSE cures colds prevents pneumonia tell you all we have ; you mu;t come 1 HDDTa.NUBHDE MAKER
; : and of ,, i I We would like to cill particular
blood mucous surf-ices the' -- -- ---- If you want a nice present to give :
i I attention to our lines of REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
' (
thereby de-trcyiiiRthe lull I ONKNICIIT H
system friend and look the
. ;o a go through
3i d'ati-ni (.t the di-eae. and pvin:; the! C26 at'''i b :i j] Wholesale and Retail Dealer: in Shoes, Leather &; Font .
line of suitable articles
patient strength: by building; up ,
t c-ij.-titutioii: and a--i iloui!' it- work. The proprietors' something to please you. If you ': OPERA CLASSES
'', eve "o much faith in it curativenowrt Jules Murry Presents America's Fore- want anything in the Diamond line St'ruL' f
; i -rs, that they olTer One Hundred most Emotional Actress >>e sure: to see him before you bnv. MEERSCHAUM PIPES The dry
it fails ,
Uollai-.s:. for ai.y case that to ...O..e................ ,
I Iur. Send for li-t of testimnmialsAddrt. .......................... AM '
.s-*. F. J. CHENEY & Co .. ..

f (r-oIJ by Drnsrgi-t*. 75c.Toledo, O. ii i :: SROSE -K j:: G. TABARRAS NOVELTIES IN COLD AND SILVER. Biggest, Busiest, Best I

i Let us show them to
; slit li:\ HilUS. .\Tn\: lOS, SLiOGHLAlNll 34 South Palafii' street I you.

-7 5- Regular conclave of .............. .... .. ..... Your First and Best Chance in going PETER LIHDENSTRUTH : :fl a ; They Speak
; ::, .<':?-:41C"eur;: da Leon Commin.lerv ............:o:....:..:... home to purchase your !j i I ;II i ,,
No. 1. Knight+ I 116 South Palafox Street.i .
Irpmplar, at 7::*) p. A A I I

I', ."'J Monday, Dec. :':!. m'l GREAT IN GREAT Christmas SuppliesOF I; .c } i for Themselves S 1\ St!
1 j ti, : Work in Red Cro. degree PLAY *O=GOLAYt O* .
:; ana election! of officers. ARTISTE

1'; Sojourning Sir Knights are courteously i Grist and Corn Peal f Pills I We let the Shirt C"Il..n
li invited. The Second
i < Fruits N n Is. Gates Cantos and Cuffs we Launder peak fur
: HARRY W. Goths.I .
| .. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i, I
f 1 Ors EITZFX. Recorder. I themselves. They will talk loader

'j 1 E. C. Mrs. T *< Oranges, Bus ** Masuttctcreri i : than we can. We want to be judged:
I f-- communicationof anqueray. or anything you may want to make PURE GROUT I \ Ltb I more by the work we d' than by
'j Q Special STOCK FEED.
: table attractive. I
; &, Escarnbia Lodsre No, 15, Written by A. W. PIXERO Author of : your I Fttronlie Home Industry, for there Ii''I I i what we say.
F. and A. M., 7:30 p. m., "IRI :' FRESH PLANT OYSTERS DAILY I every reason you ibonld bay your Meal InC
I G December 23. Fireworks all Stock teed from the Home Manufacturer
\Tuesday. Work in M. M. degree.ce The\V.Reputation Pinero aud of Mi"The*j Cozhlan second, A. low. (try.or by Your 10 doing money you UleJtlQ encourage the home oommnnltj Indni- i ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Called for and DeUTered Free

Visiting brethren invited. and yon In turn are Indirectly benefited i
W. D'C. KESSLER, Mrs.! Tanqueray" are Infoitering the home manufacturer yot 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
!I International. Fruit stand.I sontrlbotelo the eanseof labor. Yon ow
HARKYV.. GIBBS. W. M. lS to thecommonltyln which you live eat WALKER INGRAHAM
Opposite Thiesen Building. Manager.
Secretary. pmCES-I. O. $1.00 75c and 50c. whIch eontnboiei to. roar inpport ,
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=-Curse 1 X-RAY TO DETECT THIEVES. A Quart Baby.Kow CUT FROM EAR TO EAR. The Leader r BBlnMU! S CII n B l r" 111DannbeiS

Mikado of JaPan Will Put Invention to Brutal Murder of a Woman Near Live Ninety-nine per cent. of the busi- .

Novel Use. Oak, Fla. ness of The Mutual Life Insurance.

or i Xew York Dec. 16.-A Philadelphia and again there is an item in the Live Oak, Fla., Dec. 1C.-This town Company of New York has been ,

i i firm_ according to a Press dispatch newspapers concerning the birth of a was horrified Thursday evening upon acquired since 1859 when the next. : : ;

from that city, has received an order puny baby so small that a quart cup learning that a negro woman living Tet1 I r

i from the Japanese government for holds it comfortably* If the article told I upon the outskirts had her throat cut, largest company began business. !I Bros.

DRINKClUEII i several X-ray machines which are to all the facts it would probably tell also In fact, her head almost severed from During these forty.two years its *,, ,'
of a mother'who in weakness and misery record has EXCEEDED that of another \ .
be used for a novel The her body, by a negro man.
had looked forward to the baby's advent I _____ !
i firm some time ago sold to a representative with shrinking and fear. It seems that two families were living company', by a I LI

BY of the mikado an X-ray machine To hafine, healthy children the I' in a double house, part of the Importers and Dealers In \

REMEDY. whieh, the Japanese explained, mother must be healthy and it is the I' house occupied by each; that there Total Income, .$216,813,510 1 Wines Liquors Cordials and
WHITE was to be used in the governmental common testimony was some dispute over the ownership Pavmenis to Policy-! 1SS obi S36 .

Nv, rn'fe Xo frH. r rn 'e gi"'rI rr,92/ ".oJ :, mints in Japan for the detection! of of mothers that the : of the land upon which the house was hulders, Cigars. .*
/IwbttelttbbonI use of Dr. Pierce's I + :
'? r r er r"Jf y"' fbra,l"II.f' dishonest employes who steal gold I Favorite situated a member of both families Premium Income, 3'h732,61 ,t(

fl1'drwdleur.ordestroythe aICObo:0 i coins by swallowing them. I tion not Prescrip-I Inheriting! same as heirs of former I.
'nt 82
IantS dward, ,.tI\itb l spprtite i the p..DI:1!.! a Drinker confirm or The machUie: was used to examine !I motes the mother's owner deceased, and to get the woman oterest Income, 175,981 Agents for the Justly Celebrated 1

whrietr, a "'ttpprr! ",Iur NVaaeto have, angr'tekerd. suspects as they left the mint dair'l:: health but also gives I Alice, out of the way poison 67,8 S and Reliable Brand of I. W. Harper ; t
ImpudhF oorutter I Surrender Values, 3,475
app.tlte 11"/1' IIIDUh.uC.Ivy U81DI811t' and of course, it revealed the presence her strength to give had been attempted about one year or and Other Pure Brands of Whiskiesand i

SI' Hlton Mrndi.F.. of ".. C. T. U. of any coins "in their midst: a, her child. I less ago. Thursday eve y one had Death Claims 44,822,897 Victoria Beer.Everything .

"M roTii!'V: ...... .up-rinl.n1., of '.. The test was so satisfactory that the r- "Favorite" Prescription left the house except the woman Alice :
m5lau'rr..vt. mpraucUnion.. \ o'l accomplishes .
( 'Jtorol"HI/! n T.nte..: -I bays test mikado ordered several more machines these results Hopkins; and John Burns one of the Dividen':". 38,127,777Endowments ----- ,
out' Kboon --iiiHly on hare vry bef obstinate hoj-lng to prevent the form of by tranquilizing the inmates went to the house and cut for your Bullet or

mazy nka'd.C8..and... rti KI"cures Kem.dy "88 given many.II* theft referred to. nerves, promoting a Alice Hopkins's throat. But she sur Annuities, 37,229,689Write Camping Outfit can be procured !E t

I cbwfully rt-corcrat-nd: and toMembers I v healthy appetite, I vived long enough to tell who did it "
fur "Where Shall I Insure?
to-day from
./Wblt. Jilt .11 Uem ;' of t and fresh- us. ;
nonarnlfiighted to and I aucoco- giving ; Sheriff: Hawkins caught the man at
it'K trr'''tmjti to aid us la our temper- $75,000 FIRE IN CHICAGO. ing sleep. It increases physical vigor Lake City. lie and his wife are In THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE t
r.. and gives great muscular elasticity, so
!,rot bv mill, II. Trial pncLage I,: Six Story Building en Canal Street I It that the baby's advent is practical1ypainles' I Jail here, and he has made it is said COMPANY OF NEW YORK Jug Trade a Specialty. :

w ".: Mrs. A. M Townsend, ''.fcrIetr4 Destroyed. !. It is the best of tonics for a full confession. RICHARD A. McCl'tDV, President ;
of W man'. Christgr nursing mothers.
secretary a )
Dec. !
Chicago 16.Fire early today CEC1:7WILLCOManager,
; femperance Union 218 Trwnont .1 gladly recommend I>r. Pierre's PaTOtite and Promptly Shipped.
| destroyed the C-etory building at 329 .- i I Sawed Their ,
Mass. Sul(1 In rvDnacuia by PrTption. writes Mrs. J. W. O. Stephens ofuia Way to Liberty.i Jacksonville, Fla.
S:.,Bo4torh J.rca., 21 S. Palatal St !33 Canal ttl'oupE'd! by Murray Northumberland County, Va. ..lkforemy j i Montgomery, Ala., Dec 16.-Caesar
third little boy born I took six Imttles.
was i iH I H. II. HOUSTON,
I I & Co. makers of tents and 1.wnin s. The warehouse of the Alfred Peatscompany and 1 suffered TCTV ranch less than 1 ever didUljre. convicts for PeDsacola Fla. R. i
I unhesitatingly advise expectant ;I I I Perry Taylor, whom R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot. I

which adjuins the: Murray mothers to use the 'Favorite Prescription.' j I there is a reward of $v4: each, sawed P.
O. Box 281. Pensacola: Fla.
IT'S YOUR DUTY building! caught the also and considerable The dealer who offers a substitute for j i i out of the stockade of the Hender 11 i
does Try the NEW Want Column. Phones 1162t'.8.iTi 'J'
loss was sustained It is t'fU Favorite Prescription" so to gain son Lumber company at Sa.nfurdlast I

and mated that the I loss to Murray & Co the little more profit paid on the sale I night and were gone 12 hours before
.f 'n; healthy, especially of less meritorious medicines.

ach A reliibln remedy foritvtr will aggregate! $:;0.000. and that to the Ir. Pierce's Common Sense Medical I, being miSf 'd. ........_.. .._. ,. -A ;. ....-..-..._4..._ .T..r._-.- >
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and kidney ills a-s Pats company about Jlo.fiw). Tb Adviser, containing lass pages is sent I, ------ ."- .W W V' W!Vd i i.I tt."r ar'I- W" W" -. I,

'- S'liuiach JHttf'r'i can bfti total loss probably will reach $75.11,0.Killed of to ANXIOUS MOMENTS. 1 R.
free on receipt stamps pay expense
tt'IJl1 J)rU'lht. It will]
ally I ort mailing only. Send 31 one-cent Some of the most anxious hours ofa

i) the na'ves; :improve the. Brother In Self Defense. I stamps for the dothhound'oIume., Ofonh' mother's life are those when the I f fE !
; |
"I ab I\ cure HEAD- 21 for the Ixok in CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ;
\v S.lIuaSTrt' t CoN :\- Xashvil'.c! Tcnn.. IVc. 1C.-:\ Fay stamps papercovers. little cues' of the household have the ; !
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Duffclo -
:N H"..1.0m: MALAKIA.1TLG. ettp'ille)1f'Clal) to The Banner say N. Y. j croup. There H no other medicine : : ', ''i i
Will) Reeves killed Us brother Jach so effective in this terrible malady (; ,

.mi a copy of OCK l'JO.) ; ALin in self defel:."'e. Jack Reeves gol; i as Foiey's Honey and Tar. It i4 a ,.:., AVD ALL ARTICLES NECESSARY '.>'

your Dru-r girt, It is drunk and on reaching; home threatened Brained with Hatchet i, household favorite for throat and Jt J < ..c TO PUT IN YOUR 4 < <
1:) 4 k ? t t v (:l' i
to exterminate thf family who had Birmingham: Ala.! Dec. u:.-Mrs. A. I lung trouble, and as it contains no MSj !
Costello! an Italian I opiates or other poisons it can be ; '
I hid from the infuriated man. Will 1 woman was I safely given ; CHRISTMAS CAKESc.FRESH : ;f
HOSTETTER'S found on the ficor of her store hour p .....
Upp"10Ckl'll himself in his room, I (,1 (
in Ioc-tcn! with her, brains knocked 1',' SUPPLY OF !l ,
I but his brother broke in the
door and

, STOMACH BITTERS I I tined Reeves aUI'r then him struck with his a knife brother ore Will out A ngro and a was Moody seen hatchet to run by from her side.the ,I Herring Bros. [1'j\jRALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS l{:;]; tl )

buiWIg! shortly before the OF ALL KINDS. ; .
holly. ua. 'f'", .
the heat! with a stkk and he died almost -- I /

t in.>tantly. The brothers are sons discovered, and as $I e-no; of Mrs. Costol'.o's COULDINU, W: FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. !W: : '.

money was missing, it is believe constructed Wa
of fox-Re'l'rl'Spntatiye Reeves, of Lin specially ons .. !
tNSOMNIA' ('o'.n crusty M he murdered and robbed her. After for the removal of dead animal! | ROBERTS & DAILY : >
a long chase a nero who answers from the city limit ) (I) I

the It#('ripticnof! the fleeing man Will remove dead horses or cows for .[ij 218.220 Wright St., East of Union Depot.: I QJI 1

Home For Abandoned Waifs. was captured and taken to Plocton One Dollar: each. "'bare brta. .ii'lui; ('.',(' tItETSfor Vllli \'illc.: Ky., Dec 1G.-The Cour Address HERRING BROS., I : I

h l have t..*,. unilcted! for >I ler .Journal this morning gays that a Tho hailers population is very much ;!, Or leive orders Gouldin .,..T.1.TTnT r- ,..- . .. .' Tl.TiT., .'._- ._- .'.._-_.. ..._- ..I..-'. t,
rrW ,
an a ill cansajthatC'ascarels aroustd. W W t.rl" r i. o W t W,e r.1 s..rf W! :
'n Hrt thin aty other reme- dt..1! was recorded yesterday in the 135 East Intendencia street.
> i liill lertatniyrecom- .. !
connty ell rk's office whereby South - -------
'iids a.s liei'ic all they are i> Whipped Convict to Death. I
? u nit UILLAEU. EljlD.lIL Park formerly a summer resort, situated
Jackson. Miss, Dec 16.-'on'\r'!
13: miles: from -oulsvillp, on the whipi/Rg! outrages 1 t ff WICKE&CO. I
CANOV ocrupjin\ a \
Louisville sad, Xa !ll\ me road passe
('or-"r2.h;! { !!" amount of attention in
CATHARTIC !Into the hands! of William II. heath, These tiny Capsules .superior,

I, a I.os An?' I lea, Cal.. capitalist. It \is Mississippi just: noThl' ut '>t a' to Balsam of Copaiba Plumber Gas and Steam
fair of the kind is reported from C. rwi'I' Fitter j :
i I Rtatni that! he will convert part oith ahoma county where John Hat \ ( !Jr'l'4 'Dd (njrnl'Jl I ,
*' pro'iorty: into a summer, reirtm Trytin.'ia 48 lioure the
rase was namasou. a sergeant under the employ of J. \YElriridge. <
al'<'Ih"r pan into a children's 11 70, t ."1."" '..tIJI..1L ...uD," II: No. & South Palafox Street,
county contractor, hasbon I'AU
I .
MI- ", w''' .. aJiandontd waifs will fw tin 0.4a SI u 'NI.GII"T
I, indicted for whipping one of theconvitts Kinds 01: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hs.niJ : :'
:i', n i < i.rare. and I atenti.n: Th i
,.. to death. Prior to fir. Potent 'I'aclP Co Men i roh: < i'itaii"5 about 3"t 1 acres of land ---- --- ----
the indictment the
ur r\i\ V iM.We3NSTIPATION. grand jury fxammed
: ... 1111'a; '- ,.a"rf' lal.e a number of other com ;rt. '! J
....... Xonlrr.l. \.. rml. IIIlta.TO \ I I
found their bodies badly larorat i',' W n
.SA" I "nara.trp( !1\ all drlllC' STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, the The .
", 4 l'r61. r''a", ,, Habit II whip case is attraftuiK nsidfrablo L1iquorsI
I TH4I. COMMIN: Captain, I attention. HARPERThe ,I

will make regular trip between I i I ,tl

Pensacol.i, PointV; *liiti:jton and -FOH- I I

REf OV Freeport. Leave ivtfii treet ; g 1

111Lha wharf 'MiurJy at (Ii i a. K:. and ar I

rice at Frecport nt Ii! p. in. s.un day II ThL-i sipn::.Jura 1.' on every box of the J"n'JluI WfflMbG, i
Leave: Kreeport Tu--day at 0 a. in..ind Laxative !Jromo=Quininc Tablets
: arrivt-- at P< n<:icolu ti p. m. same I 1 i
ds I-AT
the remedy that cores a cold la one ;
Jacob Morris d'iy. Fare, rouud! trip. .j; one wiy, .
; I
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1\ 0 .A. B "1. C) :I'L Z A. !

I Sean the the KI1d You HJ\B\ AA2\'S: \ ?;gip I THE-- i
M0ii: > FJiOM: RAILROAD Try Gunther'a Candies at

.EF'I": 1'O11I4OLU; STAND. Solomon's. ,, tguttlof ... Reliable Kentucky Barrel House .J l

I -- ,
136 East Intendencia Street. ,

you will find a Full Line of The TOPIC NOTICE. :

Par s. A. Friedman
j Excellence.A \\> de-ire to notify the public- that
E I did! and Bile a FunitrrrPJ the Gulf CitTrall..fH Co. i.. ?till in ,
L .
au business, and there i h no truth whatever -
: --":. Carpet., Ru::*. Mat-
in the circulated SOLE PROPRIETOR. :
report by our I
'-. .' nit". Stoves and every- i competitors that we had di coutuiued. Aristocrat amongtheWhiskiesoftheold I

1"' th'. Hou-P.1''urn1'hltlg Mr. J. G. Yuiestru ha;; been '
I I receiving the Largest and mo-t 'xjfll" .
.u \I'.lIf-rtte: Pricfs 'or employed as manager and will hereafter am now iit assortment of I

personally superintend all School. Without a peer. Wines Liquors Brandies and Gins
buine-s for tliM firm. All r>frou;;
,L 41 r IB the iBstalient Play.a 1
< Wise Corct.'ar.: ) having hauling should fee him atone For Hale byDannheisser OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.\

T4't -cci1: 'rt -,c.'or I *. G. C. T. Ct).. Also the Finest and Large-t Line of Cage IJ->ttled Goods. 1

WaSarial; and Typhoid 1'hono 412. E. H. CRAVENS.ilnlm" : Bros. !
Fevers, : 1 Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. ;

Colds, Inn jo.. za&c.JKNKKVI. -- --- I I guarantee: hone m a-ure. best lality and lowt-t pricf- Re sure to i I i

a'XL Co VhO%k &? dt i nnder-jignedtakestlii'amethcd IIHWII'tHY.The I i -end your ('fin-uuu* order-> 1 I

)f otleriuar her services aa S. A. FRIEDMAN \ ;

first.chss licensed midwife Hav ,

INSURANCEAM KlIKNril i'.CHF:1IULE; : I ing had 35 years experience HARDI! ::31: South Palafox Street. 1' O. lox 41s. PEN: Al'lL\, FLORIDA. ;I :

I Can give be-t" of references from

Following i* the sciiediile of the I leaJiiifj physicians of this city. J

It +.\ L ESTATE (overumeiit 5tf'aUWrTl'lIeral French :\IRS.I. OlDDENf, I TIME TABLE. I
Which Tin NKWS i>ntit fur thevnctit jltf 111 South DeVilliers 8t. :

No. I South Palafox Soreet. of the inercli-iuts who ship
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.heir! ;nudi to tho viriou-. army BRICK LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.: !


'ill Liat of I -ir.ible Dweliirlir ;;:- .eevrsl'rn.aenla ... 7mam I ; \
> Rent VuriuiParts weave H.irranciib. .... 7:5mi m flew Orleans and Mobile. '. ;
I I .,SV"S fivkens .. ?. enal n. m Call on thefts at the corner of Garden i ;
of the City : ..rays I'.rrnm-in .. .. SISa: m. ----- --- I I
.eavea IViHHCi.U ..l0:1 and Ale.t llz streets for carpenter i I j i
a. RI No.6. No.4.' No ? No.s. No.1. I I
I-RI- i-story dwclliui. with cellar \rrl._ 11:1<1 1\. m. aid Uit'n and electrical workor phone 6(10.; 7:15: a 11:1:1 01 :- p 1.l'ave -.. _.ArrIVtl 5s, a 4:1 1 11:00 No.6.j
i allic. contaii.IIIK '' r>x>in>; nil aaies a trip to Kort McKee and tten I ..... ..... p !
.. 1 ccbras i 1\:50 a :5:?1 p III: a Lave .lomalo:1 Leave ::ie a 12aa, P fIIj:! I
:. ru. cuarfiiif nt nu .t a.I. ... to narration 11:00 a 4G' P 2:5S a L-ave...._ Muble .. Leave It.tO n't'' 12:111 0 DUU p I .
i-nliou Xo. Is \\t>. LaKual .SV..s Hllrr"nClh ... ..... l ALTOS\ ONHALF.RAND I' p
; i ,,
111 I
I. (..pS1'lclt..ns '" "_ I::!5 p.p. m m. .Irrzdng; :s. Hie 3esf /or ..Y. ; .. ._.. W: fip 7) ii I.eaveNaw_' -- 8DI'P8VI_ :sp: 1::"5" _

\Id -half tory bnus...i-o. tan- :, Lear Peuiiu-oln .... .... ,,:4I p. ni, North. .
rmviiis: all mtHlTQ unvtniituattHl ', .races 1'ickt-na ..._ .1:15 p. m ;
'. at >o. ill Kiel La Arrives Harrancas SaO' p. m. and make FRUIT CAKE. i : i
.frtt.tory. 1 rip to Mclti-e and ,,tarn: i iio :00. 2. No. 4. So. I :No Z. : i
"- dwelling In rooms atI Ou Wednesday? and Saturday* theatwi'l ( to the Wet Florida: steam iI i nu5pm: 12:15p m I Le&Ve..Pp.u acols. .Arrlve .:oopm i I 5ooa mRalf
.. _
I 'it iovcriiiiiriit strwt.lory am :51p m Arrl\'e. Montgomery .I..a'18 11:15am 1Is.'iPIh: .
i i
I leave IJarranp.H
I .- om'lnni. coiuammg M ) via Pick- I Bakery: for your fruit cake for Christ-; lI:;\I am 11104 pm ArriveRnmingham _.J..t.aV8 !!:3 1 a m 4lCi p m
aim all luodt-rn ronrmitualt ini for Peiuacola: at 6:'::0 p. m. *. .1 7\J.'Ipm 2lIlam Arrlve..Nalnvlll\.Ll'ne ..... __ -
ma They make the best. 23!;
: : cent.
-.. >oa North Kaylen (*t.. The General French i is f..r army -TO- %:::111 a m a:18 a m I Arrive_. Lonlavtlle .... Leave 8:15: p m 2tIa m -,
'"i 'lnnia'id: IVSoto strers.: i (i p.'* pound. SJtf. 7Oam 11:5sa m Arrive .....ClncinnalL..Ltave 6hlpat Ilispm
: only and f <'
outsider I
dWHlliu' Ht No :!III:>c-lt UarI any mint T:9tam lslom Arrrvp .rt.Lnun ..J..R P 4:15pm ''!:)6Dm) "' .
... / HU sr 2 Hi.".1 nits Iliioa bout. ) take j a??/;ge o i her. MILLIONGet .-EN'"ACOTA. AND RIVER JUNCTIOIl. t': t
v iwrlunK 0:1 lift line. No. 411 I Every Woman : I
-t tinker tv-m-cn Ut-us and lie I No I-llally ::00.: 8-lJaly Nostop where time not atowan.I :/-lJau7 No. J'J-DaU. -
:' i*"." roubl i. hal h.i' wnirr aDd \ leintetestedaratat tty
':W -- --- .
lttt -
() .lC.1"-'. : -- .
A. al1ouII.e! .
I'I ulrrfa
r'. d..eIIlnK NoV.\Vrlght, I NEITHER the- I i'a ,! i-! JM4RULVShirlinqSpra) UI ll-1: night pm' 7.MI 1'11"a m Leave.-Netts&Cota" ........ Lbemia .Arrn0:51" P DI 6:56 IOI pm'" ,.! I
'iiiunR 7 rooms, V11. water and 'I Iilh 7.'i captain owner* \M' 'rte hew\0,1..1 Y.p{ ". 7A'rt 7:16 ... ... }'nleatra .... 1
I! 'O" :
nor of : : : :: :: 10:81"I' 11:01"
cODslgo. a the t I'
", 1\ large lot oil promim nt orrt" !I pan IS 1M'un''ur',t., IIP'I--.f Our Prices Before 123" 7'19 H ........E8cambla ._ .
Kranci-CH will be 5:117" T
'" .. I responuusUlefor I e.Io... ;
r d..It..t. C''nn.'tf'T'L' ..... .. Nulat ..... _
1 debt contracted ,, IU5" 7:25 :: :: :: 1023 5:45 '
I by the 4r lllku.r.1..11 ; ::
: :
I"" e
darning ftI N" :!"" Wt",tr i 7:49 ..... Harp ..... IC.21 ;.
of said vessel. 1\1" -- 6"J
.n q.'rv' .lr..1 "lib Ui' on It. li crew I.'TI'S.4 .sl.l ar n, '4,, 1:50 H 7:>1$ ', ._.._'IICII7.._... 10:16" II ..
I !". Ill ,-...>d I l.'vtHUIIl. P. A ECHEVAKKIA, It tix-nnnotHipin. !] lbe a 11";: 7311" .. .-...... Stilton ... ..- .. 10:10" 6:7 5:20.: i
t.nlf Tran Co ,
tory <1".III1IC, corner Char and lt Captain.Conslanees MH.I.. ,ae''I,1 nutabor. Purchasing.Capacity 1:80 am..... II .. _food Range _.... II .. II \ It e e
nroekii.a ttreett. :.n,,-in'tory .. 1I(1ot IJ 'r1\t..1 1l"d inmk-.Ulll.ilp|.filt U KifM n 1:55 8.1:1": II ...__. HOIII ._ __ II'U II '455:1D" ..' I
i "a. "eilm(!, \u.: !>" \Vi ,mlr. ,. >K:ITH K:1; tli"captain.o,,'ner. :, tuil PUll ulara and< %:'JO" fjIJ", ..--- MIIIIII&D __ II: II sal II ;
et.. "'l1m-.'IIY water and gn.. '' ocr consl net,3 or tie bpanub auul.u-tala.liM. M1N1a'Ll'O., --- ,;::1\ II 9'89 I II ..... 'relotvl1i'___ 8:111" 44jQ II '
W lory dwdiiii.'o. 41S \\ .-M : II 8.64 II .......D&6r Land .__ II fI" I ; ,
ts "Ida" will l re1 Room H-'c Tlmoi Bldg.. New York BuO :i s :;4 It .
. *trrftoroom .cltI aid II 11".. ._. II i
1 a 11:10 ol0111 <<1. :441"
ible for debts contracted 8:19 BIA II
pon I I' I
by the "03" 1Is.'i: II _DeFunlakN.ringL. k:9 II ', :43 :
crt01 said "l. 50,000 %
ves t
I \ t".II1DII', No .)'II YO'II.r..oo-. ARASO, ( : DailY'i .:18" II:" / ...-..- Argyle .. _.- II 1U II 2;31 .. ?
't, ti room- on t>.-'t lit: i 'EHHYRQYAL ....PoDe d' I."on.._ I
.. I dull rran-t! Co., t apr m. ? PILLS : 1:40' 11:117' :: 7.s 2:18 "
Hwellim: NO. TIN
K.I-.I i'r!.- .' 5:1JO" 10:10' -. .. ..ueatyllle.- 1:17 II 1:511 .. 2'H'
it-it. ,iiu-ar M.. Kat'ierinr -- o .tlCn..e... .---.-- ... 'J-c x nft:..n'xlsai,. a.d,, ." Iy!.: ';:. "'- D 1:8: It 10l .. ...- Caryvllle__ 1U"I I 1:111 .. 5
+ r'
r 'Uliieentb u.t> sl.d 1'.? .. _....... I
.. iargr the .:"pt41U.0'l\'u I f it f wV. x t'l1nU..U.I.. EN.L1511 5.113" 10:" --1.onIt81. .. 1:21: i ,
.'- ring on >ib 1it'UU.1II"I1..r .( 11ft.I1U"'K eonsigneei or th e 9ia 1:1:11 u : t..da ''. t..... 8:110" 10:47" .. c.hlpley; ._ 8:117". : 1114 IISJ i
i. oui>llinK, *. a< uellt.'it 'a naval will be .-\ .,.ri' L.r" 'rr ').Lcn..h.... Krrs.s.a.of Briek Go. -: II 11:11'1" .It -..._Cottondale_..._ II 1:18 ,. : Ir.I: !
'ard ufflo, ItiK nEN1'. responsible for debts contracted 7" *" *>"' trit. ...a.lii.rie.. sad I..Ita fYlcfYlHlan 7\<0" 1I1I" .__. II '1:1') 1/4"11001 :
I "L t Y. L *- 'I' 're. i' c t t* *.' ire .. ..... .. .. i
the 11:45" Cypress "
by 6sN
crew of 1:2O"
slild"t'.I. .
C. WATSON & CO. i*'- '* Ijr I"' "lc..I" r 2r. ...,.. ,
tra li .._hand _. II:48"m { ,
A. ALTOS "fS. V ftA. r .1"Ieprr6..11...".Ai.r.r... t ftO" 11:5! Kldge .. : 5n'
.. "It'.k"III&llIlId) Insurance I! 8.11 :hatter Caotala.Consignee. a .., J:*:.. lll.DOuOK.. jt, 1:58" 1405 noon I. Snead.- 5:21 1'I'jI." t i.
_:;: 1'.ll\tox b1rret.: I : lr.d4t 1 >- ur....,.'. (klrkrrtlirnlcKl. ea Pine Barren, Fla. gl to IJU" //.urITeBlT8f'l'1ncUon) ;lil" 10:2.0.
taut thu li,c: H llMa foci. ..... 1'lilL.V ft i I

._ ._- _...:aiaSa" .a..Lea t..l.""t-&a ....>-..'-,..___L.i"t..,, ""' .' '

;,.- -. ''it'w: rJS1. 4:> "U .JL1._ ijJtj Jf! .' .t\\. 4 '" .-/! 4. > 4>j.- : .. >!I--' ._.4h ._. "7" 4.: """ -. ..i ,b't' ;...,....,... _. h E.'-, .,-4, -1.t<..4I!.. .w"J_.... u......... .. .f' .

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A RULER OF WILLING .r :T : :fJ. l+:{w,, .:< I GOT 'EM ;;:or'J -- -' --= .
SUBJECTS. i - -'

Not all people are satisfied with their t ,

of "GOOD L t"C K" I
rulers; but the subjects i ffi.iiI l II I

Baking l'o\\'dcr are such from choice ;

ihey ".l\'e learned by experience that: he LOCAL REPUBLICANS OF TWO .iiI DSPLAYta : ..QUINTETTE.. .

exa inly the moat reasonable tribute and
fjrn.Ks full protection to all under his : @ ,

I dominion. I II ROOSEVELT'S -: o-A.T-o I. y I

I I ACTION. : $2.00 $2.50
Richmond Virgiaia.EIEWS :
e i
-:1 : Consternation reigned;; in the
ci ... .. "
camps of the Nortbup faction this I I in j 4 $4.00 eo-t

} NOTES morning when it became known
;, I
that the president had held up that :I
i{ E f Handkerchiefs fill. '
{ Fop i!
r, '.. '- '. .J _. ./.' _'_J j gentleman's nomination for reasons ;] $
I $3.00 $3.50A (
G R SUne from Warren. O., i3 j I a? yet unexplained. j J t;l Our Stock is Complete With New Lace and :JITAi1 l:

among the late tourist arrivals. This news came from; Washington j
i Embroidered Goods. fn
'; early last night and followed closely i i
Nick Suiith returnel from a tlying : f: family of SHOES for Ladies that have no
business trip to Mobile tins warning. THE NEWS' announcement I : LINEN HEMSTITCHED FOR LADIES! AND GENTS #
upon ] Silk Initial ... .. .. .... .. ..... .. .. .. .. ..... 20to60c equal in style, fit and durability, in all
Mr. J. :.[. Martin, a prominent of the fact that no confirmation had ; Linen Initial, Fancy Boxes. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1 50 box e
ci'+zrn of Laurel Hill, i- here today. bee made. I pv Children's Initial Fancy BOXP*. . . .. .. .. 25c box ,: leathers, toes sizes and widths.
Children's Colored Bordered, Emb.andPlain .. 60c doz
I' C. U. :'.1yu,:, the in. Telegrams; were received from Mr. tF! Indies'Linen, Emb. and Pl:1in..n: to1.50 doz X I

uranc8 man: i* at the E'c.i1lll' l to- McGourin thi morning of a confidential .::: Gents' Colored Bordered, Plain Hem-titch.. oOc to fl doz "I I''!, I :$-How About a Pair for Christmas -<,

. 1 t nature. It is surmised that, I jj m i): Ladies' and Children's Hosiery. .f:1[jj: !I ..........
i-ses Je'i3 i l-'auier and Marie : as this is the first information from .
.;,, 5,10 and 25" Leaders in Ladies' and ( hjJdr'Il'8IIo itry. >'
Ii->'.k. of PlaicSeld, III-, are at the that! geutlemui since his '' M Our Special Regular Made Ho-e for Soys and ft)
I t -.mbia for :a short tujr. I i : departure, M Gi rls..e. ... .. ... . . .. . .. ... . .. .3 pair forbOc [>}) : MEYER SHOE CO.
he feel jubilant: over the fact, ,, ">:, Bicycle Hose for Boys .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. 20u pair: ,*:> ,

k ( ,.trl'i'infant JUhll1\1l chili H of reportediick Mr. and i the nomination: did not go through. : (:jj) Fancy Articles. .m[[) Feet FurnMitrs for ('ash Onlj.

d v. Mr. John-ou hi'ai-eif has ju-t I Local republicans of the Ncrthup i i j =; Gold Rhell Ring?.. .. ..... .... .. .. .. .. ..25, Me and fl each r|}
stripe know not what to think. One : Vic 1 Kelt Pins. . .. ... .. .. .. ... .. .... 15c to 25e; each i:aV 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
'covered.Ti.i i Belt n\".. . .. . .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 25c to $1.25 each ?c:*
r is to again remind that: of them aptly expressed it today :;: Wrist Bag... .. . . . .. .. .. 2ic to 81.25 eacht. '
I t you when he remarked : "We had it I f Handsome Purses. .. .. .. . . .. .. .: 25cto$1.5eachKid .;
{i r is no bttttr place m tin: city at ; '-,' Gloves. .. ... . .. .. .. . ... .. .. .. .. 75c to $I.50 pair .:4,
i w ii-ti to buy your holiday liquors we knew where we were at ; now wehaven't : Golf Glove. .. .. . . .. .. .. .... .. . 25c;: to 50e pair P Merit WillS
Uiuu, S. A. Friedman's.Mrs. i got it; we are at sea ajicl we t A t vl I 0
i t Dress Goods and Silks. t>.l l
F. C. Matthews of Jackson, know not where we are at.

El 0.. and Mrs. G. E. Matthews: of Boston : 1'he holding up of the nomination is I ('i,) Article(' i is More Acceptable than a Nice Dreoo '('it, _....--.- -- .

0., are here for'an extended 1 !Jj. (lr AVaUt.'ft !J I
l stay. They are at the ]]icauibia. ; generally regarded as a McGourin ; CUT PRICES FOR HOLIDAY TRADE. ';'ffl $-OFFICE OFALFRED -

,i Hall & Klein come before NEWS i' victory, but one well informed party, [.l| Venetians, Broadcloths and Whipcords. .... ... .. Mteyard fit ,
who is personally known to the
hH! rs t+.dov: with a new advertise- ,,. I Novelty Black Dress Goods. ||
anent. Their bw and court I president, said that it would be just (ii:) :(:I

prices I i ...., $1.75 Seller .. .. .. ... .. . .. .. ... .. .. .. ..1I0W Sl 019 yard ?
: like
: ms treatment merit a hare of the rough rider executive to go I rG $l.W Seller .. .. .. . .. ... ... .. .... ...... .now U 25 :yard L'<3f MUOll
> ur patronage.: Give them a trial '. outside of either of the two car di- ,,, 1l, .OU Seller . ... .. . .. . .. . .. now i Mc! yard 2..,
- I j 01 ler. They will surely please you. }.1 See Our Line of All-Wool Dress Goods at.. .. .. .. 48c yard 'e
I ; dates and name a man entirely un i Silk Waist Patterns... ... .. .... .. .. ...... .... $3 each K(
l t"; Jacob Mortis has moved his furniture known. This, however, i* regarded I Ii :; Black Guaranteed: Silk Taffeta, made for wear, 75c and $l yard .?," ,

'; 1I1tt'nJEnci' ;from .Rjlln-uJ There street will be to 'las.i, highly improbable ; one aspirant'I I I J: Carpet Department. \\i ....PENSACOLA, FLA....

tin change in his meti. j I'f selling is backed by the state organization, Wool Ingrain Carpet.... .., .. .. .... .... ...... ., .. ......55c yard I|;-.' __ _,
t I furniture the! ]I'J while the other has behind him some ': -tUnion Ingrain Carpet . .. .. . .. .... .. .. .3.e yard .>iM v "
t gi >d at west roses.ttrvcr I DruggPts .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. . ... .J3 UO. $150 and $7 60 E[lj ,
(! ive linn a call lit lit- of the mo*t ii.llueutial republicans l I J Large: Assortment of Rugs.. . .. . .. .., ..U.2;: to $4.50 TWO\ REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD GET YOUR
J u. w quarters atil get one i-f h-> in the! country-men whom the i
, i t' .n-tmas bargains la furniture. I Eaglands. :jj fi:] I
president would hardly go back on.i i iI I
I ,,!/ 5j.00..nowS40' $$3 tO .....
AUman ha advertisement
; an has been I II ;
Captain Xorthup not
These are shower proof. My CHRISTMAS
; I
.11 MIN paper how. He w.lntsa'ohare! (:J
heard from today, although !several Sfe'
4 .
1 .l y'mr patronage when you !start :I, Waists.
telegrams have! been sent him. One I Ii Ii I
it ,I of I i to buy guar Ctuui.i' fruits, : Velvet Wai-ts were .. . .. .... .. .... .... ....$450 now $3.75: ?yj h
ca;dies: huts aud fireworks.; H. i is said to have been an important i! IVI Flannel Waists Embroidtred Dots, were.. .. ..+3.75 now $3: '!.j t';
eft A' Ulln: is: u ,progressive; thereuntilwho : business ravage, and this was sent U Silk Waists;: new styles . ... .. ... .. .. .... .-. $3.75to$4M % i..WHI8KIE8 AND WiNES.' -
1 XOne Lot to Close at. .. .. .. .. .... .... .... ... $1.75V;: .
gives; standard Value at :- .1ud.Ird to Haltimore. t tj White Pique Waists.. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1.75to$250 R;
No stale crowded
puce* govtds !
The senate has adjourned until O'
.} Oil you at Airman's." i i Cloaks *. !
to Saturday, and, in the meantime K1 -V
Realizing! the great interest that ist t' !.?}:! Our Ladies' Special Half Fitting Jackets.. .. .... . . $4 !j8 .% ,
1 claims and counter claims will be' Our Leader Jackets. .. . . .... .... .. .. . .$700 'fi' '
iKpn in his auniiil gala! of diauioud industriously pressed upon fit( ) Some Beauties at . .. .. .."I-.. . .... ... .. ... . .. ...$9X') '[iX ) ; C'FR01OG'
, -, Lew and pawned jewelry by n'OSE'I I Mia-es'Monte Carlo. .. .. ..... ... .. ... .. ... ..*) OIl) to H. O '..Mj o; i 1\4:
s tie: iaJits, Mr. Alex. Liaclikol l.aa velt. It is expected that the matter : /j; )Ii :;el' Jacket5. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..... .. .. .. .... .....$2 25 to 5710if. :
: : :(::1
arranged to have an auction will remain undecided, pending an {( ) Skirts. SM
i ly for them, !J-D that: no l lady tired leelI' I investigation of these allegations. I I II
, : an> itaucyabjutattetidiiig.! Look (
\ I Black Sitefn rnder kirt=. Three Leader .. .'9c. 4Se and $ :39j ; /, I Keeps the Best Class of Goods!
Jd up; Ills advertisem; and see wen I
Rheumatic sufferers find Hond'sSarsaparilla
!* (;: L.< Colored Skirts at Half Price i\ C ) Full Value for Your !
Is .S *a.e comes o If. There ate other a permanent cure fur :, KNIT btIA\VL'.FASCINATOR'.UNDE1tKIRTS, 1| I

.ng- in 1: also of interest. j their inflamed and swollen joints rtj CHILDREN'S: HACQGESETC.: i Full Measure !

5" I i ill-It! i is no Haf' who has more and stiff muscles. -- I I Columbia Yarns of All Kinds. }I j Nothing Misrepresented !

:IJ ,fiends than C..lptaia Mry;:e", and he : t bia I
Fleece Wool Crochet Cottons. Fancy ScarN. Pillow !Shams, j
.t has; UK-HI b'CJtire: ;: t.e: cenrrves th-m. A WONDERFUL PERFORMER IS I,,.*/' Silk Down Sofa Pillows, Pillow Tops j I"a.1 Satisfaction Guaranteed
{ Jo' i
Fr"IH lit the! civilized
4 c wurtl'llIIlt.! every words part of recommend: 'i- THE CECILIAH PIANO PLAYERThere i i} Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. <' :1s I

Ii! 'ti fur l'.lt.lin; IJry nr and his ex- rt MftiN( Genuine Middlesex! Flannel Suits, double W j OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED.
: : lent (I s breasted .. . . . . . .. .. . . .. .. . .. .?11 ill) WMen's
( hotel the )
ci Ierci'nts.11) marvel- .:.. Genuine Middlesex Hinnelfcuits, inirle-brpasted 1100 :'X' ;'!Standing Pat on my Record Here for the Last Four
! 1 ; ono wo haet'j yeJ a stay titer e is something; truly : Men's, Genuine I'\lator Flannel Suits; double-breasted. 9 till rl
ku>>MA they! are iiotiu ;l .tr.lUer" : a Otis iu tie: : expression;: that can bp 01- : ( ) Ten Styles of Fine Fancy Ca: imere Suits .. .. . .. .. .. 9 50 V I Years for Honest Dealing in Honest Goods.

ii : k +ndnin rrctmmei.dio; i it.ti. lined from this instrument by a 1' Black Clay Worsted Suits, $9 W to $15.00; first class g-)ods. :'X .-.. _w
.r.1 1 Big stock of Overcoats in all the leading !'styles including 1:1 I
There wa sinutlmiy; wrong In'' person; who has no knowledge of the R iL'ouett, the coat of the !season from $6 00 to $18.00. y 1 "Voiix-is to,

. t'x (f .u. \V. 1'ryor & SJts' idverti-t- : in a*ic or musical training :Such: a ; 1,347 pair of our Celebrated Duchess Troupers now in (,icw !
j stock. $5; 00. W{
$1.00 tj
mt'iit ye-terd; but it H all right toE person; can play on the Cecilian at t ; lid dozen :\Fleeced-Lined Underwear at 75 cents per /:,'i ALFRED MOOCi
.. d.1Y. Lrlllk it up aid if you are in I with the expression and f4J: suit; good full weight j pprf<-ct goods :-i ;
need of anything in their line, you once {4 25 dozen Men's Fine Still Bosom Shirts regular price < & I Ii I
will get the best value! fo'1 your technique that takes a performer''': t1 $1 Ot and $1.50each ; this sale' C9 Ct'tlt" *'" I I
1 in 25; and 50' Neckwear. }tJf ,
Newest Styles cents :
f money at their place. They also pay years of patient study to bring! from IT f .1 1 Our line of Men's Hatll H the best to be found in the city. :e''+ BIG SACRIFICE SALE !
highest nurka: price fat produce. au ordinary instrument.To i ':1 !See our new Panama and Fedoras. t::.j
If If you have all .thirl;. to sell, let : We are going to make a !great big cut on Boys' Clothing. ; -
: dIN beiore hear the Cecilian is a delight, 'It] All our $;.00 suits at. . ... .. .. .. .. .... .. ... . .. .. .$525W ; ,'(I) i
. them make yon uu jou i and to own one would be an uusuri :, All our S+5 00 suits at. ... . ... .... .. ... .. .. .. . .. 495;: .!.
go ewherp.l .'>' All our $5. 'Cl suits at. .. .. .. ... .... ..... .. .. .. .. ... .469 ;fa'
i passed and unfailing; pleasure. It :t 'ft]' All $500suits: at . .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ... ... ... 3S: WW CItktD I Hah h Am ad Min's rurDhAD( !
I would make a most acceptable and ;, All our $4 50 suits at. .. .. .. ... .. ... ..... .. ... . . 3.75 lf| \ 2 1 1I
L .:., All our $4 00 suits at .. .. .. .... .. .. .... ... .. ... . .. 345
i MARITIME. tuudxume Christmas gift. All our $3 00 suits! at... .. .... ... .. ... ... ... .. . 2.65 'G..J'r *
; 1 It H understood that the Jesse (I J All our f4!. suits at .. .... ..... .. .. .. .. .. .... . .. . 2 HOAll .. I 1 AT HALF MAXITACTUKIIUS* COST.
..'.- our $21x1) suits at .. .. . ..... ... ... ... ..... . . L75 %,.
-- French Piano and Organ Company t,t All our 1.75 suits at.. .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .... .. 1.45 \ I>G\Sae! Begins Wednesday, December 10th, at 8 a. m.

'LEAKED. ; Cecilian recital shortly. I II >; All our $l.5Osuits at .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. 1.2(5 y,
I hr as Karlswood. 141*!. bro,. n, by. W K Key.erto will give a :.. All our $I 23 suit at. .. . .. ... .. ..... .. .. . 9;) 1st Ii To the Purchaser of the First Fin Dollars Worth of Goods a "
for a It lloui-rrtiuii timber. ViUi w till$:?'I'.4"is rt lumtertis.tiC I This will be a treat all music lovers I This is a bonifide sale. '' I Pair of Johnson & Murphy Shoes will be Given.

lUtcli! sKHt >nir i-Ut.H"l.: r".omlby FrIunuscbreyer i I j may look forward to. t: I Stein.Bloch Clothing, cost $13 to $18 per suit for... .. .. .. .$6.90 to !$s 7rI
rr A"twtrp 'Altb lT.s"'>
1 Shoes! Shoes! {
'fllUmh..rtuii.I''lJ1I ft timber. V.ilulI'i: I II : Shoes! ; Pants, cost $3 to $6 for . . . ... .. . ... . . . .98to *., i'
t I i The Pride of Heroes. i I 1\6: FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. .t. I Large Stock of Celebrated Eagle !Shirts for. ._ .. .. . .3! to !n)
l' t SAILED.I'r Many soldiers in the last war $ New Stock of Oar Celebrated Packard Shoes for MEn :"4'/ White Laundered and Negligee Shirts . ... .. .. ... . .33 to

1. Ijl isCRirni-rni b.'.I11.-\ntw; Id.'iI.Ciih'on I Kc mp rp wrote to say that for !Scratches,1 I t) Pat Vici, Genuine Good Knt Year Received.Welt. .. .. .. . .SoOOperpair IL'i I) Stetson $350 Hats for . .. .. .. .. . .... . .. . . . $1 '"

Am scBUlue '\Hiittitr.. |ys.SH\\>erlorit dew Bruises" Cuts Wounds, Corns Sore a'.. Diamond Pat Colt Genuine Good Year Welt. .$4 00 per pair : ,. I Men's Best Hats for. .. .. . . .... .. .. .... .. ... .. .. . .. .39 to : .

Feet and StitI Joints Hucklen'e ; Vici Kid, Genuine Good l'eartVelt. .. .. . .$350perpair 'M Johnson & Murphy Johhoesfor. .. .. .... ..... .. .. ... . Vi: .. '

M I'' Arnica Salve is the best in the 1 1j) Box Calf Genuine Good Year Welt.3 50 per pair! (.I.JAn :\Ien'SBE-t Shoes . ... .. .. . .. .. ... ... . .. .. .. . .9Stofj
THE WEATHER : world. Same for Burns Scalds .'.'., Excellent Line of ["t1'8 $1, $1.25, $. O. $2, $2 Wand $3 ': .
t Shoes:; now in Stock every pair warranted to !give satisfaction. Ill I Stock Must be Closed Out in Fifteen
i Boils, Ulcers, !Skin Eruptions and I fi Days.
) A Tremendous Stock cf Our Celebrated Queen Quality and (ij
Pile It cures or no pay. Only 25c (
FosECA-r-Fair tonight; probably D.Jchp""l"hne" for Ladies! in the Very Latest Stvlea. iII : I
frost Friday fair and warmer; light' at 121 W.S. Palafox A. D'Alemberte's street. drug store I ';>: :Itlu.tll-A Synonym for Style and Durability in .:J, S. R. THAMES,
north to east winds.Temperature Hole in this :
11 1 Children's fthoes. We are Agents city and have- ,1t
j I F.C/DMA SO: CUUE, :SO P.\Y. a full line of these goods now on our !:shelve?. : Corner Palafox and Intendencia Sts. MA\AiiK.:
:, I in Last 24 Houri: I fff-SPEClAL: SALE OF BOYS':; IiHOES.-.Q; ,t.
I .... ... .. .. 1! Your druggist will refund yonr money if Calf Snoe 93c
' ... ..._... ...... degrees; A Good satin
i 1.. Minimum .. .. ..... ... ... ......... SidegretjiMaximum i: PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Ringworm I :; A Better Satin Calf shoe .$1.19 :se
1','Tetter.Old ricers and Sores, Pimples andBlackheads e A Good Box Calf Shoe .. 1.28 ..' D. HALE WILSON,
The best 1-" All-Wool Blankets in on the face and all skin disease o A Better Box Calf !Shoe 1.56A ,.
I | *. 5t> cents. 'I .: Good Kid Shoe I. 6t.
the city now on sale at Green Wat-
I A Genuine Vicl Kid Shoe for. 195 fi 1 Real and
Ii Estate Rental
t ii son & Co.'s.JUST i jf -PORTLAND CEMENT at (1) A Genuine Vici Kid Good Year Shoe 2.18 (g J[ Agent,
I $2.50: per barrel. A. V. CLVBBS I -:.; A Genuine Box Calf Good Year Shoe 2 ISM ;.:

received, a beautiful : Corner Bra and Garden Streets.j I Ii I Iij [jj I 134 South Palafox Street,

assortment for the Holidays of Neckwear at j DO YOU KNOW ;I JBilliani & Son I t TELEPHONE NO..234. -- -- PENSACDLA., FLORID-

Wm. Johnson $ Son's. !I ia BEEKMAN large stock of LUMBER dressed CO.studding have I i (:<1 We will launder your spreads for The finest line of umbrellas in the

.. ... J., 15 cents each and make them look I city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look
Fruit cake best made, at Pfeitfer'ssteam : and joist Get their prices before i L.- .. I ._-..-._-.. .., -
, : Bakery. buying. d6-lm I i ". .'-;<:" : :<:-.-:<">:..: ',:<: -:. ., ...'. .J..r.':: "> .!'. ;.w.':"':'.:"; like uw. Star Laundry. at them.



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