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DJTHPEI1ALTYIS THE AUGUST TO ESTABLISH CLAIMOF I BIG ENGINE THE FRANCHISE TAXISJNEQUITABLE THE OLD RELIABLE ': E'444(



?AID BY MURDERER BELMONT "KING" O'REEFE' LEFT RAILS f.'j: ', .;t- 'ft

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m tell, N. J. STEAMSHIP COMING HERE TO Administration. GREAT TROUBLE IN THE LOCAL the Burden Says Stone.A ,' 'r .".Ma :


RESUME TAMPICO COAL RAILROAD YARDS THIS ; A,

T.VO YOUNG:: BOYS. SOUTH SCA ISLAND MONARCH. "
v' 2 'j SOURCE OF ANNOYANCE. :i ,
TRADE. -- MORN INC. .
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.vtsd cf Murder Inn O'Keefe Went to South Pacific' Islands "I-; Accorded \ -,
? \\0'-1. rEugin Proper Legislation; Should Be
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Was Ago a
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,- C-i.d: Cut: It Refusedi.i : It it I announced today by the Gulf Kortune-Bought Up Small King No. 7G7, known as a "jack," or by Enactment of New Leg V;

> :en.I Transit Company that! : the steam. doms.Saiarnah. I left the rails while! switching this islation. -AiiHG ;

ship AU t1-t Belmont, due inside ofa morning and all the available apparatus -

i J! tu. ".-The crime Ga., Jan. 7.-The first N. Y., Jan. 7.-Both branches I.i&.
week, will ba placed in the Tam- Albany,
. ,', ,\\ard today paid steps were taken toward establishingthe here was necessary to put of the legislature convened today. r

pico coal trade, for which serviceshe claims of the Savannah O'Keefe'sto I the rails. .
was the murder on big machine back on the ,The governor's annual message was POWDER z j
:', 11, the kingdom of Yap, in the Pacific I one I *:
J icilm Coflm, aged was originally constructed.The The engine suffered a slight danux: : read. The governor said) that

.r:i.-, aged 14Mlviared date on which she is due is I ocean. Catherine O'Keefe applied to from the .r Sept. 30. 1&04 new revenues amount r Absolutely: Pure I"I ;
bumping along sleeper' ,
from their the court of ordinary for temporaryand I'I'I ; ing to Jj,140OW/ will be necessary. Referring \ .

I. fijd their bodies were next Thursday, but it is thought she permanent letters of administration I but nothing that would necessitateher I to the iclations! between capital THERE IS NO SU8S.T1TUTA'Two f :,

woods near Hadden will be at the dock two days before on the estate of David O'Keefe, "
being; withdrawn altogether and labor, the governor says: ,\ t tf \
. iiillos: from here, Oct. 4. fill and temporary httefjere granted. ff that wherever the necessaries f t"
' I that time and immediately out from activeservice immediately. "I believe .. ,.",
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The Is the widow of Mr.
applicant
:0 the discovery! of the of life are involved in dispute
for that service. The first trip by O'Keefe who was known in life as The enginhad beef tised about '
\\ lnard had gone to the I between employer and employe that ::

i young, Coffin and said he the Belmont will be made immedi King O'Keefe of Yap. He went to the yards a short tjmetodayand power should bu conferred on those CHILDREN Iii"i

a the boy if a suitable reward 1 1u I ately following that of the Glanton, the South Sea Islands many years ago < was backed down on the Alcaniz affected to apply to the courts for relief
*, ThU suspicion : and made a fortune. His life story
.J. cast up-
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should be
and that no power possessed -
, .: anl on investigation it was which is now in port, but which is reads like one of the tales of the Arabian street spur track to clear the mainline by 'either capital or labor to deprive DOC BITTEN .

.c. .t' that he had been seen In com expected to get under way before Knights. lie bought up small for several engines which had the peoph of that which is nec- \,

.: 'in the lade on the day of their dark. The Chatton, which has! been kingdoms and principalities and ruled just arrived to reach the shop As essary for their welfare, but that ample

:t 'i.ran to. and that the three had his possessions like a veritable mon- authority should be lodged in the
under temporary charter, will be arch. No. 767 was athwart the sidewalk on EX1:1:
where the mur-
-e& plea near judiciary to properly enforce Its mandates A FIERCE CANINE CAUSED ,,
withdrawn from the business.! King O'Keefe regularly sent hand-
committed. Woodward was the south side of Wright street the and that such sputes; whenever -

ntly arrested.'jsis The Belmont has had a varied ex- same sums of money to his wife In rails suddenly spread and the entire they arise should not be permitted CITEMENT ON EAST !j :. .,;I I
Savannah but never evinced a desireto ;
of the boys' stomachs
perience, as is well known to read- eight driving wheels! sank in the to interfere with those rights : j Att4
cat they died from arsenicalThe return to this city. His name was which are paramount and necessary HILL TO-DAY. I ::1

ers of Pensacola An English: known all over the south Pacific.An ,
papers.
police learned that sand, crushing the cross ties as if for the well being of the people. Proper

.' ad bought arsenic a few built ship with American machinery application will be made in Hong they were of the most fragile ma- legislation, therefore should be accorded 11. I k' .
Kong for letters of administration on
1 the boys' disappearance, was a combination that could Dot terial. for this arbitration either by A fierce dog on Eat Hill created Ii'j .
.v i.g been indicted by the the estate and a lawyer with one of .

v ,\ ," |.'aced on trial and stand the test of commerce, and one the members of the family to look after When it is considered that each of amendment legislation! or by the enactment of I excitement this morning, biting two .f',,: ; :
new
in the first de'I'd the estate in the south Pacific. children and the :
u. inter or the other had to be dispensedwith. I young making t. 'I.
these machines will tip the beam t : The franchise tax the governor assorts I .

Rather than do a costly act Is inequitable and a source ofannoyacce neighborhood clamor f>r the animal's i .
70 tons the of
4 '' liy Judge Oar- CHANCE IN DISPENSARY. or 110,000 pound, job !
: and constant litigation. '
made the of destruction, the vessel's owners blood. : t I
to rails is
was par. again placing them on the by Some corporations can bear the burden ;
urounil of insanity! decided that the best and cheapestway Liquors Will Hereafter Be Bought by Xo rep nt of the occurrence had .:
t,) means an easy one, and nobody without serious results following, 'q
Ccmmissioners of Athens.
: .-.id to take any ac- but the in demand reached the police station to 2 '
out of an otherwise bad bargain he says! increase up
alized this than the
Athens, Ga.. Jan. S.-The law recently more readily I
.. claim- was to save the ship and dispense rueilby the legislature relativeto for money for public utilities have o'clock this afternoon, but officers twill ';1 ..
r p K<" i'minn : local yard men. They began to brought to existence many corporations
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S.S.... r ,' til poisoned! the with the "improved" hoisting mlI : the Athens dispensary; has gore iil'l cork at once, however, and success I; which cannot bear the excessive be asked to murder the dangerous l 'IH

,, to effect and several tangos at that .
; tst i f roMi! ry : it be located'and '
cur as goon as can
chinery. This was decided on only I 1 irden which is Imposed upon them !
owned their efforts after laboring
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.tI. ,., .f ." '.e' 'II Institution have n-suHci:: : tl.-Tff-om. c I.

!"',i 1 ." i., r: the I after several impartial tests had Mayo: J. F. Rhode Chairman Thom several hours.A by the present lav The only safe identified.It r 1.
I and conservative way or assessingsuch I f ;' '
t' In\ been as P. 'Vincent( of the county conimisEionei" ii toM tInt one of the children 1'
i : nil'! ti pOi la "I I I t made. These tests were anything crowd of is
big spectators stood. coiporatiors, he (contends upon
c' n:., aSteamer).i'i:u;:, are by virtue of their offices passed along while the dog chased a U i :
but satisfactory, and the Bel- around and watched the operations. their earnin capacity. Continuing : "j
exoflicio membtrs of the dispensary
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Strurk a "Deadhead." mont was sent to England to have commiss'on.:: : The liquors will here after These people withstood the whist- the governor says: chicken The child stopped when ) t ..1

.. : -\a.; Jan 7.-The tamer the American !gear removed. She is be purchased by the commissioners;:: ling northwest winds and tended to "It revenues appears to advantage me that in should providingnew betaken the anim U came near. Without the fl t' .if!

1'Irr"'> I':} !ins b.9we.n'.labile instead cf by the manager: as heretofore slightest: : move on the child's I
part '
returning now fashioned after the of a more liberal mortgage taeand
greatly inconvenience the work of .
: M. C. Johnson who
Manager ,
on t I'll-' rastt-rn shore of
i-i: Hi Ia suhlll..r p.1 "dead. manner: of common traders, and it is has: held' that position since: the or- the railroad men by standing in the which the reassumption surrendered of to privileges localities the dog suddenly sprang on her and t I'

:. '.'," i :\ > r this morning: at 9 the opinion now that the vessel is paniatif.n rf the li'penfa'y l in 1891. way. under the were Fo-called franchise tax. buried its fang* in the little one'sleg.

I at a salary of $1. '"' annum, while Another child tried drive
t ii r t ip to Moiiiif: and stove per to
capable of giving eminent satisfac At time two other engines I recommen.li] a rate of tax on mortgages
one big
'. !hl'r !IIITh" boat be- A. L. King, who has also been placedat i "
mills annually the animal off
shall not aid four and she was! also 1
, ,i ',< ''.: -1II.lIy.! anl tie passengers: the Lead of the sales department at and three smaller yard nuchints '
tion.As and in lieu of all other taxes the
, ,,' i! iit on th' upper deck is well known, the Belmont is a salary of $'iO, an increase of $100. were standing near waiting to get to mortgages to be assessed called two- bitten ,

:. .;.11 10 sink, and the An assistant! to Mr.I King, at a salary This is thought to have been the' '
cap. the of the Louisville and J
property the shops and aided in the replac- thirds of the amounts collected to go I
d I nil.peed! on, and madew of ,!Mil per annum will be nkctedThursday. .
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Into the local treasury and onethirdto same dog that tore out a negro bay'seye
; Na-hville railroad, and her name .
water, nhf-ip: she was ing of No. j// 7.
the elate' excepting! ; only from the I '
Tl'p pasaengi rs were trans. I would indicate that the well known During the year imi the sales: at ----J-- -- Saturday evening, and is said to i ;
operation of this law, mortgages and s \
;:- ui.fi brought to the city financier of the same: name has a big the Athrr.s dE.cr.ary amounted to One Bottle of Bunwtfs Vanilla Extract is : bonds held by saving banks, fraternal be of a ferocious nature. ii' .
't. !.> lust, although I $93,000, while! for the 19!II.2: the ,
a number interest in I her. I.is stated on good year better than tt ree of the doubtful orders, local building and loan associations The children who suffered today I 4r t !
'!I..nj1'1I were hadly fright- ales amounted to$113.i"iti.an" 1 increaseof '
authority today that the highest of- kind. Though costing a few cents life insurance companies and '
were little white girl*.
"' qan! 'r will be raised $2\.n4'O. The profits for IStJl were
licials' of the L. & N. will be in the more per bottle, its purity and great charitable! relief and educational bod
on the dark! for repairs. i a httle! over $13.000:: ; for Hili: they .
llamat' has act jet been city next week t<) have a good lookat were $22.l"i627. This increase in the ;;strength make it the most economical {('soFo MURDERED Hi's BROTHER .yt$ t" tt.t ,
!' further revenues I recommenda .t! N
!, the changed ves-el. business of the dispensary! is directly brand.
tax of 10 cents on each notary certificate. Negro toy Shoots His Younger Broth '
attributable to the great increase in
'-mt which will! produce{ $730,000;; to Death ..
Reply of the Powers. er
population in the city of Athens during A CELEBRATED J
'1.1':, T -That portion of the CITY COURT the past Dear. According to conservative and a tax of 10 rents per $K>0 for the Spartanburg. S. C., Jan. 7.-Detail* .' !

1 ". u.! IM!' powers to Yfne/uel.1 recording of all transfers of property, reached here today of a killing between !
estimates the city of Athens
a -til/ ,'nunt without arm'i. COLORED PASTOR which will produce, $l_ i0.nftrt annually, Clifton and Cowpens Tuesday ,t
DOCKET SMALL has increased in population during the
r \ .,, H so far as offer making the total reach $3.4SO.OoO; in afternoon, in which the young chile
to
to past year not less than 2drtO people.
,' "'ttltment out of -- new revenue. dren of Henry Draner colored were
.. court --- Under the new law governing the I

;'iHiifct of J335iMiO; to each dispensary which places it on a more Ilev Geo. W Lewis colored who the principals!
f'1: r..,.>. ration remains For several days the police court Cuban Reciprocity Treaty A year-old and a ear-old child t
as thoroughly business basis, it is believed
' v o M i mil condition: docket has been unusually small, has lately arrived to take charge of Washington, Jan. 7.-The Cuban of the negro were out In the yard engaged ,.
, ,.. precedent that the profits for 1W'3! will reach
"j' reciprocity treaty was considered: at in play, when a childish guar
"r m-wtiatlons! direct St. Paul's M. K. church on Inten- t
and the offenses in case are of $30,000. The profits are divided between '
' every
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: !Iii' some length today by the senate committee rcl arose over something which the :
i.tary agreement The the city of Athens and the county dencia street is said to be of the
one
'S; .':. \i.imi.t: would much the most trivial nature, calling for on foreign relations, but action younger child had done The eldest f'; \
. of Clarke four-fifths the
pre- going to
-. uu i; the matter by negotlaIi the smallest of fines. This morning's; city and one-fifth to the county. Thecity's mot highly educated of colored upon it was postponed in order to child went into the house, secured a ', t ,

, '.. afford an ; for the pistol, back into the yard and '
Minister preachers. Leaving one of the finest opportunity presentation came ;
.. Mourn, while docket showed up with but seven share Is cons f'rtj into the treasury r
( i :> of the views:: of the beet sugar taking aim at the younger brother r
-ron.mu.s. than withdraw and expended for general pnrpos(1while \, churches in the state of Alabama, becomes
t "' ,r.i:? -ml I adjust cases, five of the defendants being industry. The committee decided to he pulled the trigger, the ball taking! rt !,

. ... < listu,. trIbunal the claims allowed to go unpunished, as the over to that the going county; to board the county of educationand is paid here at the request of the St. hear only one person in that interest, affect in the body of the child, nha 1: 4,, 'Ut' i J

Paul church congregation and his and it is probable that a special meeting died shortly after being shot. a
evidence adduced failed to convict. used solely for the maintenance
.. Charges Against Lawyer will be helJ on Friday for that The coroner was notified and went A j I j fI
.'. and Improvement of the schools out- sermons are already attracting at-
...., "" Ald Jan 7, Charles J. Only one fine was Imposed today ; side of the city of Athens.An purpose. There was a general changeof I down today to :Investigate! but on account !l 'U p

;,1 101:1r.t:: young attorney of that was for fighting, to which the tention. views upon the treaty of a nature of the ettreme jouthfulnesa of j !

.L.' ', -1'. \\4, i placed! under arrest Anotherman leading to the conclusion that the the hild it was ...;tld"d that nothing I :'f'lfl

". s 0; i '''ing! law books from defendant pleaded guilty. Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. SPREADINC NET treaty will w favorably reported could Le done r j, '+

.St. S Ii.J! RIJ them to a deal- was allowed to go on condition "Some time ago my daughter without any great delay. .<
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*, caught a severe cold. She complained Tne Case at an End. ,; If'tome
* ] volumes were that he leave the city never to return.
't, "' 'i's otllce, and on ber" of pains in her chest and had a FOR CUTHREN The Question Settled.Indianapolis Ga.. Jan. 7.-It is announced It t

:: ll "' He was a legless negro. bad cough. I pave her Chamber- that the case of bigamy against lUv. j3, ; -
N' ,
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to the owners. Jan. 7.-The questionof
.. lain's Cough Remedy according to Justin Waytes, the negro Baptist if
a : Ii
a r furnished
, the
will!
the who complimentaryvote
police directions and in two days she was get
,> f !""l>ki> procured from The Secret of Long Life well and able to go to school. I Mobile authorities have acknowl- for United States senator from preacher, has ben dlspobtd of. The Ji

; S 'S ate has created a bensav Consists in keeping all the main have used this remedy in my familyfor from Sheriff Oeo. E. Smith the Democratic side of the legislaturewas governor of South Caroll&ft! baa with itI
edged I his requisition an.4 the
drawn papers, 11
and have
the past seven years settled today when the members Ii
of the body in healthy, regular
organs never known it to fail," says James the receipt of a letter and a description agreed to vote for B. F. Shively, of i cass is ended. A woman la t O1um .:1 ,

S3,n j Coy Found Dead. action, and in quickly destroying Prendergaat, merchant Annato Bay, bla, S. C.. made the chargfRev. trtJn.tt ;
of Frank Cuthren, the white South Bend, at tonight's caucus. The
.Ld ' Liver and man who shot Elisha Allen on Jan- legislature is overwhelmingly Republican -
Bitters regulate Stomach, in the chest indicated an approaching -
.: ;' J' who has been pains that It waa a nr; fI.II"a COM Jr If1 I i
',.l' tar missing Kidneys, purify the blood and givea attack of pneumonia, nary 2, near Pine Barren The Ala and Senator Fairbanks will be .

., nearly a week and splendid appetite. They work which in this instance was un bama officers promised to keep a re-elected without opposition. A GOOD UEcmUIE D.\TION. }4.; H
. '> lung parties have look- wonders in curing Kidney Troubles, doubtedly warded off by Chamber-
M sharp watch for the alleged murderer "I have noticed that the sale of '!i': -
load
Dis-
Nervous 1
It
today la a fields Female Complaints, lain's Cough Remedy. counter- THE RIGHT MEDICINE.The .
I
: '" from and cold toward who is said to have fled toward Chamberlain's Htomach and Liver ':
: Mobile.: The boy eases, Constipation, Dyspepsia acts any tendencv of a right remedy at the right time '1 '

!'..e :. )f Suspicion i'nts! to a Malaria. Vigorous health and pneumonia. Bold by all druggistsand Mobile. It is certain that Cuthrenis ia a friend indeed. You cannot be Tablets is almost! invariably to those .

,1\:th whom Obey was last strength always follow their use. medicine dealers. outside Escambia county. too careful about having the right who have once used them," says Mr, L
W. A.
b. -* "' Party who shot him. Only 50c., guaranteed by 121 South Fruit cake, best made, at Pfeiffer's remedy on band when you need it. J. H. Weber, a prominent druggist- : H
D'Alemberte druggist,
Now is the time to order It is said of knowledge
.. Steam Bakery. your by a man of Cascade Iowa. What better recommendation ; .
Palafox street. Christmas cake, such as fruit pound, andgood judgment that most bad could any medicine } ;

MONEY TO LOANA ornamental or kind of cakes, at health Is caused by a bad liver. HE- -
The best and largest assortment of Hot Chocolate with any have than for people to call for It ,
Pfeiffer's Steam Bakery. PATICURA is the best liver tonic when in need of such remedy? Try : t
fireworks of description can be I
: 1 i. in Office ofV.. R. Meri- had wholesale every and retail at Mrs. Whipped Cream at Solo. which will liven up that member in them when you feel dull after eating .

r- :South Tarragona street. John, F. Pfeiffer, No. 211 East In- mon's Have you seen those shaving -good style and give you a great deal when you have a bad taste in ff, t jii

\ 1: of pleasure as well as satisfaction in mouth, feel bilious! have no appetite a
I. : sum of tendencia street. stands and music cabi- your
any
L;:' money you You can get your house life. Sold by all druggists. or when troubled with constipation !- !
y .
at the lowest rate of in- at Marston nets at Marston Quina's. and you are certain to be delighted i iVOL.
t* "' Do yen want a magnificent watch) furnished complete We will launder your spreads for
u be assured of fair relief which
can with the
prompt
tr. '.. and strictly confidential for Stephens little, the money jeweler.? If He so, will call ac-on Qidnats on easy pay Just the thing for a Christ 15 cents each and make them look they afford.: For sale! by ail druggists *' i

Ufl .iations. J7tf commodate yon. ments, weekly or monthlu mas present. I like u.... Star Laundry and medicince dealers. ......





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COAL LAND SALE.

"Women as Well as Men A Message .-


Are Made Miserable byi In Blood j'I Pennsylvania Men Tenneuee.Investing MoneyIn Trt


Trouble. Knoxville Tenn.. Jan. ".-\\. H.
Kidney I
that Bown &; Co.
Butiram announces
: tOr:;::'.r.:!.i I 1R
,, of Scranton, Pa.-have purchased a
The detectlie has many curious! riddles f

Kidney trouble! :! preys upon the gird diseouragts to solve One of the most remark-1 large tract of real lands in Scott county. -
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r,. and lessors ambition: beauty vigor Tennessee, for 'which J21.000: was
for solutionwa
I able that rvrr came up cy
?+ and chserf:j'.neis! soon paid. The price was at the rate of.
:} d appeif: when the kidneys I I !< corrected with the ease cf a man 0
from $I:?! to $15 per acre. 1|
-r are cut cf order:: : nr.ir.Pd Joel Klapper.! He lived alone! for infants and Children.
Pa. has
Another party in Scranton ,
or diseased. I and tons murdered one n'gbt: during a it j
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Kidney troubte! has I' :!/:l'd. Tie nitir-lerer lift him for purchased a large tract of simIlar I The Kind You Have Always Bought ha borne the !signature .

become so prevalent: d'd die: for time w lands, for which $17,000 was paid It of Chas. II. Fletcher and bas been
I [ dead but be net some ( I : made under his i
I thatitisnotuaconncn 1 is understood that a railroad will be
., after tLe blow: was struck.! Unable! to I tOffl I ; personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow
for a chili to ti torn II. built from Pioneer, on the Kr.CT111eand : no one
; \ f a.'rdC ed with weak kid-! I tone the bed in which he was mur- I Oho Into the first tract. to deceive you in this. Counterfeits Imitations and

; ; j 4j' n+l. there M-emed to be no way oCt ( 1 // / i "Jnst-a-good" are but Experiments, and endanger the

urnaxes ccmmuuit-.tting i ; information tlat1"otlrI: L I Fraudulent Use of t.1zil. health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
:j lead to the puuhUiii! of hs murderer. -

k ".t' reaches an age when it should be able!: t. Yet be: succeeded in leaving all i Marietta! 0.. Jan. 7.-Mrs. Laura The Kind You

1v Ir control the passage, it is yet afflicted with that was
tip il feed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause cf ; Many 'women and doctors do Irene Monsell. of this! city, was arrested .
Kl.ipi.tr was ured to reading at night Bears the
of
d d, the difficulty kidney trouble and the first in Lvd before gticg to sp and kepton not recognize the real symptoms i J'1 today for using the mails for Signature

i''; step should be towards the treatment cf : of derangement of the female "in advertisics:
,fraudulent purposes::
a Rand beside his bed a lamp
these This
t w Important organs. unpleasanttrouble until too late. husband aaj: citorting -
is seeking
organs she a
that
the
t U due to a diseased condition of the matchrs end tome books When

Gr;, ....;., kidney and bladder aid cot to a habit as bo.!y was Jj,,{<>\ered in the morning I had terrible pains along my : money from applicants. Sl.ohas I

most people suppose. the lamp was turnn: though the oil spinal cord for two years and suffered j 1 confessed.. She went to the pon I I

Women AS well as men are made miserable was nearly exhausted. People who had dreadfully. I was given different' i office this morning, working! the comblnation -

with kidney ar.d bladder trouble, pass-H tie house between 11 and 12reported medicines, wore plasters; none of i; on a box, got letters and re I I
and both need the same great remedy. these things helped me. Reading of In Use For'Over
that Lad light 30 Years. (
no
seen
they
"Tbe mild and the immediate effect of I the that Lydia L'.I'inkhan's !ceipted for money order: letters for I
cures
t Swamp-Root is soon rea:zed. It is sold! I but a man who bad passed Just before Vegetable Compound has 1 Irene Monsell. Her business has ..''t'wr tf..u" eo...". "" NVMMPI a"."". Mel.aa e....
brought '' '
.
1( : .
darn his: train declared
: in ", on war to a \ been extensive throughout the
by druggists f.fty- about, I somehow felt that it was very

f cent and one cellar: ":::..:::. i iaizes. that be had noticed: n Ugbt in Klapper'a! what I needed and bought: a bottle to United States, and government old -- ---.

You may have asairpls ....: I room. He kt,'-w Klnpi-er: and wondered take. How glad I am that I did so ; ,dais say thousands of dollars have

bottle by tail .1' I i if Ln're not ill. lie !said he two bottles brought me immense relief been gathereJt in this B.:
way
free !soparipciettea8omacfSMawprmt! would Lue stogy pad to find out but and after wing three bottles moreI j 1 flYT.W.. BRIGHT GOffiPRNY

ing all abet it, including! : many cf the felt new life and blood surging ,
hud barely tiie to roach! his train.I $75.0:>0 Fi're. i .
taocsanis cf testracn.al: letters received j
: through veins. It seemed as
my !
from sufferers cured la writing Dr. Kiirner rml..l si'vcr.il theories. more or less though there had teen a regular housecleaning Elk River, M:>n.. Jan. 7.-The new \ \, ri,; .. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IsPEXSACOLA.

& Co.. Binghanjtcn. fl. Y., te sure ancap I' InluNI.11y this circumstance.: KLi[>- through my !system, that all Shelton block ontainlng Holton's bank' I I ;:.... = --

met nhis ; r.Dn't j.t-r was sirf-l: } !la bed with the light out the sickness and prison had Lees Uien a hotel, three general stores, postoffice. ]I -:nl' LUMBER LATHS

when the mur.l'T was committed. How I out and life instead. I I '. ,
new given me
make any niistafeo; !: but remember ;lodge ru"'"f' aid cffces, burned last 'I .J
[ thou cows! it Lave been burning in the have advised !. of friends /
f
: the nvmP, Swamp; Root. tlgt i. V-.. :75.000; partly: Insured.
SA WED .
SflINGn!
Dr. Kilmer' 'wimp Root, and the morning unit** he bad liml: lung Ljdia 1:. Pi.ikham's! VegetalCompound. )!*- \ I UI'I I ;. $ .itt.rmt: (;:

'. add res.., Ricghainton, \. Y., on ,' .'!:ousU! after the blow: to light! it? 1 Good health is 'niiispensai'le : 1

bittle.ts hnl a f"eig! ; tl can find no Utter wordto to comp>l"te hapnine. and -. FLA
every
I Lydia 1:. Ilnkhain's] Vejjetabic CChIs'Ille Ath'eF1iSlltS
: =- == expre-s it) that the lamp Lad been Compound has .secured this to me." ( { -

lighted! : by the victim: with a purpose
Mis. L.
LAURA UP.EMKR.
Crown
THE!: DUF.CAR: FESTIVITIES.Lord I! afar be Lad Leon struck. I Point, Indiana, :O;,<,rt'tarvLadit's UellefCorps. : -- --- I COAL AND W(1E

+ I looked f'-r a cozcrcunlcstiun on paper )i .-J5000 forfe't If orfgtnafofaboeeletter ONE CENT A WORD. I
and Lady Curzon Review Ret-i'l.1: but found i.one. I was abstutly prow/7 g">uut ett cannot be produed .
: Chie - - EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L.4KGER TRADF
ers cf Ruling & I tr.rnLig ocr the leaves of one of the Every sick woman who does net '
Delhi India Jan. 7.-The viceroy, I ii understand tier ailment should 1.ei .
books on the table when I came to a THIS WINTER THAN EVE fEFCRE
; Lord Cur/.on cf I\t'west' n. and Lady I red iniwlge. It covered' the word | write 3Ir<. PinldH JU, Ljnn, S f I Ii i
,10NEY i'O LLNI}.
z9 Curzcn and tt: Duke and Duchess of I i "ten." It at once occurred to me that )Ia s. Hfr advice is free and .,--.. ,------ _. --- --- -. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW
Ccnoeaugfat today reviewed the retainers : always helpful.North MONEY TO END !
I lajJp'r; had, communicated somethingtit'erang ; I Il on improved j
of the ruling thi fs in the Durbar the murder words ----- real estate, in large; or small i i Thompson Olsen
a I Ly ---- ----- -- --- cCo.
I Imuolc.ll.y :
{ arena.: The costume and paraphernalia amounts at low rate cf interest. I ..
bi* own Ll':od, and I look-
I Alabama Poultry Show. Call on Leslie E. Brooks, attorneyat
affo:d' d ere cf the most striking el for more, which I found. I expected : Huntsville Ala.. Jan. i.-The annu- law, 20.12 rs. Palafox 8t.: Fisher I I Manresa Street, Telephone 147.
J pictures of the Durbar festivities. _
II that they would lie in the order ofa
3mlm -
al poultry: and pit stock exhibit of building.; --- ------- ---- --
Contingents from all India participat -. but they did not Ccasccutlrtly -
uie.isc : the North American Poultry and Pet ESTABLISHED
t 186a.I .
ed. j MONEY TO-DAY-Do you Leed
placed they read:
Stock association began here yester- !
The famous poM: and silver puns I ;i money : You can borrow any j ji I
Ten crisp man, on, beard me. Called
cf the state of Paroda attracted much I! :National five. bill took dollar, hair forehead day. There are several hundred fine J i amount you want today ou easiest I McKENZIE OERTING &

"k attention. Th* ancient Maharata !! new, because, sctr. red and stabbed fowls and animals! in the show and it terms and lowest rates anywhere CO.

1 cf all, U-n. Is the largest ever held bHe.o'. J. obtainable, on improved city real ; masse 11'
flags, deFfendM from the Mogul fm-I 0
The moment I had placed, these I Marshal: of College Park Ga., has e.tate-from Wm. Fisher: 2041i8 !8.Palafux .

peror were borne past on an elephant j I words on paper in the above order I been engaged to art as judge. Street. lu-tl Ship and General
Thp tlal! I Chandlery Hardware
carriage. ma: Rajpnts clad I --- -- ------ ---- ;
knew from the words scar beard and
In mail armor. state bands, Camel kettle IF YOU want to borrow money, invest 1
drums, richly caparisoned elephants !hair that it contained a description! of Buford Municipal Election. money, insure your property i> Oat AND 805 S. P.U.U'OX STKKET.

the niurd> rtr. I also inferred from the I Buford. Ga.: Jan. 7.-In a closely procure abstracts of title, buy or
horses and --AG-EN"OV-
and agile !swordsman. : 1 -
words crisp, five, bill ten and national contested election! for mayor in this tell\ real estate, rent property of
., many shou'ing Battle cries followedone REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S
HONK'
decript'ou, have rent. col.lecud CO !8!
that it also contaiwd a description of I i city lion. Thomas C. Shadburn. the any
another in mi.rk; suctession or taxes attended to. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RCStiEL: & SON'S PUMF..
your
a bank: bill or bills that had been tak-I incumbent was eimed: by a majorityof

les A high royal. "hl'1 l' ;j.bant: how rarria the ?palace". two laii Ftor-!!.-sacconsparifsl 'ii. My I that Effort in deciphering the : 10) over Hon. W. W. Wilson, editor: &call Co.on, Italy or addre-s Estate TTilt.1Vat: and In'uraaceA =OL !Inu Ssrtiji Pis'a! Ss!! liatisi! loitrflsusts, Cttrti, iislsrtiln\\ :

liirfr.ase re'-ulttd as fulluwt: [ of The Plow PK). The following .
tl::.- princes of ?>yEtwdajs. .:'f-nts, Pernacola, Fla. Charges OO P.:1AAIiI. LOGS, KTO
,
Man calt-l! on w beard and hair, red' were f!I'.':>- :< rrunrfren : S. J. moderate. To who
Iery Tir-!, :f'iiiK- of tbf Hate of everyone buy? C. McICenzia Oertinij Collecting Agent f.>r Bir Pilots' Benevolent A''c
sour on forthtook ten now crisp f.ve Kusha. \V. :\. Huif! ''. O. il. Dtnrett and a l lot from u? we will lend money ciatiou.
r < Kashn.ir il\llI.1\ a fine r'tarhmit dollar blls! on (sonn*) national (bank). '
i X G. Lf aton. with which to tuild a housp. b ftt
of cuira! ejrrs ai": a !hup: ; fnar.t. I This was i-\idintly not the solution. --- -- ----

; The great S'TiIi: !''alf'Sw'rf> re ,re- for tlxre sure a iiumUr of words uu- J Iii It-i'gal'l t'n -,'ItuulK1NUEROARTEN THE GARDEN SECTION
II Helped to Euld! Albemarle. -
I' rented T-y !Jan.o'ditrike bcriir-s; of I us'il. I tried it again: -
Raleigh! X. C., Jan. ..-John O. hchot.l will be
_ men armed Tith mares spfars. natrhlocVs .i i PtabbeO (t;}) man with red har! and !
I beard. Scar on forehead. He look ten I Swain, an inmate of the Soldiers'home tpeiidat35 Dj-t Uri/Lt street. o Oi -o
:5 and hand r.a-1f .
Kafh
Rr i
contingent Oct. 1 by )lls ) .
I.ug.Ht'tIaclay. i
'
: 1 new trim. five dollar bills on (some na- I IT. died: of peraysls Tuesday
el T.TC h< : ''"d Tan flephant .. 30-ifIIAlll
iicr.al (b nk; Ucause I called. gensacola Florida
aced ffl. He was a machinltt: and -- _.
-- -- -- -
bearing a howdah in --
ofhkh
a.l'jMi orsfous ore
This was Letter than the! first effort; I' put the maihinery in the Albe 0'JIi.i.MRS. _
ram
n' th > safribook .. ,. .
< of the Sikhs .... .
----- ------ '" -- -
hut like the nr.-t, the w.rd>. wue riot j maIP, whifh! was tropedced by LIeu- Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
occupied the place of honor. The Look SARAH KEIKNE:-Manufacturer
all wl. I made :
n' a number of trials
t-cant dishing Plymouth.
.I I$ was guar>'!' by a chief pritit. at and dealer in Hair Good

c The t'.'r.- cable Chi{ f Xabha esr nrtr-d before I ftjutid a correct reading, H-it-s, Toilet Articles Hair Oil Beautiful Lots for Sale.
th'.uph I iliil! not know whether the Vobile's! Municipal Election. etc \VfJtGovtrnmtnt street.WAXTEDWhite .
: ':j by nun n uutrd on richly eaparieonedbhorses :
+ murderer took tin live dollar bills or Iohl'::: Ala.: Jan. 7.-The
and a< < rtlpanj",1 l liy hounds i r.11011 dollar bilK. This teas! my 1.J>teffort clfftion in Mobile rHtf'TlJawas municipal : \V: .1'1'J .'J)_ '40x137, % feet at from $75 to $200 each, according -
-
one - '
I r. i and hawks:;, was a FtiiKJng feature cf 1
/ : I of the mot closely contested in the girl or middle to location and surroundings.
the display w'liih.! ; I
for wealth of colorins -1 Man (witht red hair and beard,
near on history! of the rity. Charles n. Mc aged woman to cook for family --- --
dirrsty; of romiomfits and! foreh.adtabbed me because I calltl. I time al-o to do
Lean our-cslcan and! ex-sheriff defeated ; generul !: u-e Exc!ptionllly Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View
number of Ill-1 took ten neW crisp Il.Iollar bills : -
Ejita'ois be corsiderod work An-wer il-
may by mailtatllj ?
tU of the T'.nth National Wal'f-r P. Wal'h incumbent, {
High Fertile Lands.
Dry
the moat brilliant of the Durbar I arv de lrftI.: Mu-t tay on prem1 1 ,
L display. Since the bank might! have bfen the All other municipal; offices f were filled. I ies.V.. F. WilliaiiH, P. I). Uox ,

|I fifth or the Tinth National, I went to I .' 3city. dCtf The grandest opportunity for investment ever

l both! and Iwirwd at the Tenth that it i Must Pay Duty. --- -- -- -

Local Option Contests Held Lad paid oat some new fhe dollar bills I San Fiancisco. Jan. 7.-In accordance SELECT' board and lod inz wantedby offered in Pensacola.
Quituiac. Ha.: .Inn.! 7.-The- local ; married couple. Northwest
youug
option the foro, and Mr. Klui-jK-r's account r with a rtilin! ; by the treasury dej -
('I"". tiun i.ciii! Tuesday rosultej H111," above I'dLifox street Rome Seekers Should See These Lots
should Le had l>. sat paid $:>0 the j iminifnt, the Commercial Calllrom- :
Jn the county t-oing diy by about 3-1 I desired. Address 'K"careIiilly
same day. Therefore the lat part of i'l >e railed to
j pai.yA upon pay duty New. dl'AXl
majority. It Las be the hardest'
n the: Ul(-!>.a;:e read fen new live dollar ,on the shorn ends of the Pacific cable Jk "VVCTnTDlbsCorner

j fought election( 111 y-ars and the whole :' bills, all of the Truth National.! jI j at the midway !Wands.! \\ ED-All kinds of empty beer i, *
Ri county is on Krt- with ('xcitf'm(nt. An- bottles. N. A. Friedman. L9tlWAX
'I at once alh ITtb.-d to (:i\c a premium I
--- -
I J l '-ils. cannon C' ad--rs, drums; and
Garden
and
anything to any one who could famish me Brit Streets.
that will! make I I TED--Men to learn barber
a noise has
been E. W. PEAKE
with) one of these; bills. A woman, the trade.
Steady practice furnishedby

f 15 s that pressed this into will: rvicc. It is believed cashier of a third rate restaurant, onbwcrcd I Xo. :iV) irouth Palafox !street, keer/s free work. Instructions and K. O. BKE.NT, WM. H KNOWLKH, W. K. H YEB. JK., J. H. Ri.Eet
settle! the question hT I| 1 the advertisement' bringing one I lectures President. .
VIce.
,
call bell wire" and all kinds by experts. Wages and rreslddnt. Cashlor AllOt C ,11:1':
t of
for good and all.: as every f [ort has I I j of the Iill"ftf.rwartl there was an- !j \f'It'c TIC tl supplif Hav him do shop experience -aturda} g. Tools

teen used by the antis with the re- I otlur brought! in. !but too late to be of J j your work. Call phone 3J3.Medical : presented, board provided Cata
t : cult named. 10 uemaiit.dfrf-e. Moler B.ubtrCollt'J.:6
advantage. The woman told me that t First National Bank
New Orleans La
,
foll.1 the man who pue it to her was w :
t ThomasviiK Oa., Jan. 7.-The rough looking thltIII' feared it was I' Society, ,itt?ntinn, -MAI..-*-. 11.1"- ---\\.AO'.JU.--- -

; ton here was lively.! The town w( nt ;; counterfeit ami took !it to her employer j There will be a regular mebtiDicol! -- -

t dry by 58 majority The couity went before ohanjjin:,' it. lu this way the juiatur j .he Peneacola Medical society a; THREK young men from hensacola Or: PENSACOLA. FLA.
II he Board of Health ofl'ce. t''' and vicinity at once to for
dry by gomothirg over Ofift.; was impressed on her mind. I' : it prepare ,
i' j )'clock p.m. Tuesday Jan 13 and l 21. Positions in the Government Ser'
asked her if she could identify the man, | DZRECTOra: iWEf.
Visiting physicians are vice. Apply to Inter-StateCorre.- .
Buildings Damaged by Gale. Iw i and she said she could.j I to attend. corCiujljnTited u4., Cedar Rapid,, la. ir.M. .2inlXJIt Ho KNOWLE3 W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT, K. HYER J},

Omaha. X(>b.o an. 7.-Probably! half! j The rest was comparatively easy. I HB.W. C. DEWBERY, D. G. BRENT,
i laid the matter IM fore the inspector and l la HAl.i.
hundred buildinps! were more or lees; I President .
,damaged by the pale, which struck ;i I ,.L'1 J if .he had any record of a crimi- i DR. L. DtM.: BLOCKER, FOR- SALE--- -- -- ---
Second-hand set of
I Omaha last right The wind did! rot ; mil with red hair and beard and a scar tj25ttf Secretarr. harness, in g oud order. Apply toTThu ?rOri! &d muU Aan u At d i!

abate with the morning, but ontin i I on his fllrdt'aol.flf'r examination he I ; Pebley, room 410, 'Uiiesenbuildin .

lied to blow at a furious velocity.Vires ] found that the dcKriptiou fitted Jim; IWWItOtfCr. ?. jjt,7 tf rj7'Vys

in ; Kuurke, alias Patsy Iturnc alias Cauky The
arp prostrated aM diiections undersigned takes this method
j Jack and a bundler\ of other aliases, j STOCK and goof will of the Columbia draw oar own Bi of Exchange on Great Britain, freJattGermany
j ol Dlleriu her service
and the city was in darkness the latter I as a
of who had ntently! been released from fir*t-ch"1 licensed midwife, having Restaurant, 05 South Palafox France, Austria, Italy Holland, pain, Belifiam Russia Rtl
part the night III''au'f of injury i '
street.
Enjoys Rood
the punitcntiary and seen in town. The had 35 years experience.Can pitronaije. way, Sweden, Denmark and other European countries
electric !
to the light circuit. There ; Reasons" for sellmir', wi-h to engage -
1 watched for ainstul' and give bet of references fromleading
man was ;
r tai been no rain in otter bu : n or snow and the trVe3seis Disbursed npou tbo Most Favorable Terms, and tkel!
hlt'ntifil'IItJ\ the restaurant caSbit'r.// physicians of this city .."., P. 0. box 4.1S.; dlS I
; temperature Is barely be low the freezing MRS. M. OIDDENP Obligations! Taken Payable at Port cf eotiration Ten or Fifteen Dtjl
Two of the J.iIlsH're found his ,
j on per.bull. ; after Vessel Arrives there.
point. i 1: Jltf 111 South DeVillier!! 8t. A HAliliAlN can be bad lu one ol
'I
iI
I __ the finest residence and most de.
I After'1,' L Safety Deposit Boxes for
lIe was tried and convicted. sirable sections of Northwest Hill, Rent in Connection
CHILDREN POISONfD. : his IttiOI1 he account of'i' 'n:,ut.\l. FKKM'li SCHKPL'LKI with which have Priva
trout pave an subject t) guaranteed lease at fair we a partment for the Un

Many children are poisoned and the roll'l'rI1tI murder that tallied I Following i fa the schedule of the for three years. Plan of house: can of Rentari.

made nervou and weak, if not kill- ;, with my the+iry. He entered the house. I steamer General French ,! be seen at my office. A. V. Clubba,

ed outright( by mothers giving them | by means of a window that had been government jrbich 1'JIEEWS prints for the Pens lcola. 6u-2w

cough syrups containing: opiates.Foley'a i>| left unfastened and after finding nothj Benefit of the merchants who i' -- - -- DR. KINC'STRY PROfESSIONAL CABDS.
ship FOR; SALE-The most desirablelots .
'
Honey and Tar is safe and
certain remedy for cough a !, j' ing below went up to Klapper's bedroom their goods to the \arious army ,, in the city on easy! terms, by NEW DISCOVERYFOR ----- -- -

and lung trouble and I is the croup only and turned a dark lantern on the ;poets the Fisher; Real Estate Agency! W. CI ROWE, M. D.

sltH'iMT. While the rubber was search- Leaves Pensacola.--._ 7:00 a.. m. ?20Jk South Palafox. ISalmJ !:! THAT
prominent cough medicine tint contains !l eaves Harranoai._ ... ._._ 1-Mtt. m. '' -- -- COLD. Officr: 17X S. PtUff.I.
no opiates other \ ing fur"aluahl,5 Klapper called for .. -
or poison; LeaTei Ptckrnt :na a. m. | ltuttrtl I" I ou He, TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
A. D'Alemberte, 121 8. Pella fox help The robber warned him if he dd; Leavei Barrancas._ ...__ 8:15 n. m, I HOOD from H toi:3Oam.andi ta I P- a

Ii Ii.treet. It again he would kill him. Klapper Leavei Arrive feneacola Barrancas-11:10 a. m..10:15 and a.then m. '''i BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler Cures Con511mptionCoughsl kcdsfttr 7 o'clock

repented the call and the robber kept lakes a trip to Kort Ken and tben renrns Spring, Mary Esther, Fla. :Mrs Colds ttronchiti Asthma
I to liarrancas.Leaves Cordon Ph.on.o CO.
: All
proprietress" the ,
CA.STO- .-.. s.a his word. Tinding the bills in the murdered H&rmocin .? ... ... .... 1:1\: p. m. comforts of home at PneumoniaHayFeverPleurisy i i
Jtmtht> Tiro kind ta7 Haw Aluars BKZ' I mnn's pocket lie took them and Leaves Pickene .... ._.. )::!S p. m.I I very reasoua I
> ._ ._ Me ratp;>. Northern tourists will '
leaves p Bit cola ._. 40:
p.m. Hoarseness
{tutve 'leaving 1,1:1j'IM'r| for rtend. made his es- .ita\"e. Plckcns ._._ .. '''_., 5-15 p. mArrives find this an ideal place to spend a' LaGrippc, JOHN S. BEARD,

k : ciuHP sjiid that the lamp was not I Parrancus.. S.t i p. m. and makes portion of the season.: J2nlm i Sore Throat Croup and
-- Tip to McR e and n tun.On A ATTORNEY T.L W.I .
burning \\hen he entered or when he -

left It was I'htin that Klapl-er !ba-1 ednedtvsandSaturdsya: the JI.ac'o 11 ant.au-_ Whoopir? Coiiffli. 1 ..
Kuildin.
PEARL & DOLIVE. jcatwiU l leave Kirr.iiicas via Pick'ca ...... OJIif ?f=-:tM Thiesen
lighted; it. taken the book and written ; -- -- --- NO CURE. riO PAY.
:; for Penfacola 6:30 '
at p. m. H. ALFMAX. umbrella maker, 315 Office Hcur-8:30 a. m. to I po m.
!his; last nif- <:iie in Its! own blood, a I The General French is for army South Palafox street. Re cover- Prieo 50c. and
Call on them at the corner of G.ir- 1!' message that hung his iiitirderir. purposes only and any outsider must :,'! Jug and repainnsof umbrellas lcd ) i will 2'Wp. ID. to 6:30 p. m.

den and Alcaniz; streets for carpen J OI.la'L[;I MIAIS IHXSDALC.:: lave a pas; from the quartermaster' parasol a specnlty. Silk covers in repair your w4tcsi.;>8 .uu 1 Practice to all tate and ffders! courtsAnLU91n.lt
i jewelry Crst-clasa foor.U
I! J I wi.l
sty
; entrusted to m j
and electrical work MO. -- -
ter ,or phone --- ---- ) take afsage oj ter. j hand.
: Try THE NEWS Want column. i j always on Jan 3 I Stephens. remit and diligent attention.

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DAILY. 1W81$ PENBACOLA FLORIDA THURBDAY. JANUARY 8.1803., 1


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CompromiseWHK \\ ...,'"
A '
; W rRY n IS ;

Consciencej w 4 iw : :1

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:
t
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i ;n-l! WHOLESALE t.1f" [,4-.. t 1't
'.!.
c r ; an hl:1lIe\! FOLEY .... "i \ fo "-;

,. .,1' i'i::>siG! how to KiDNEY CURE Fruits dProduce !l : : &:

the
t glad to !greatf t.:;:f'f'1:

.\ r years of study \ItI Nld

11" i>"!iiicil! economy au1s '

nf trusts and trades
'

..- to I!.: conclusion: that Will positively cure any 'case of Kidneyor 12M29 East G YCffmcnt H. t ;

...:-i of all goo.1/ rested with
Kcpconstantly en hand and can .tit 't
"I.ip at short rMic: Holland Cabjj "\

.1, .s time lie luherite-d a great Bladder disease not beyond the reachof ; ;;c, iardh"-id ; Huta Ragas: in 150 ,. !
;pouud baa, Best ai.
.\!1 undo who bad t L is-ell a Michigan Potatoes, i ; '
I IH Ked Glebe Onions, Fxtra Fancy : ,'s J :'
reliant all!! hiss life had died ttf'
Ht-ii
; I DdVN, RnUiwin. Russet, Hnb- : "
l
s; ..,.sut arranging: his affairs, medicine. No medicine can do more.FOLEY'S bardson and New York t p it-s] .A.... .;;.t-if''i 4;

was next: of kin and there [>1 1S F.'oridfi: OraLges! Ruatau Co- I "..,It, ; .: x

i in'Irs lie !-t'I'Pinto his | "oar.ut?, L. L. R'1i*ins, full weight l ; ,'(. 1
lYxn; Pecan' Mixed Nut. Mixed .f. '
room, hung uii his hat i .
:
I ig
(II'} manage the !business. I KIDNEY CURE Stone and Gravel With Excruciating PainsA. Candy Large and Smooth Stick I .Ttg ', \fi
Candy, White, Red Kidney and 1 ,'
",. ,g son.i- lays In familiar-1 I H. Thurnes, Mgr. Wills Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, 0., writes: Luna Kesn ; Cilifornf-i and Virginia .1:. .! e.r ';:

1'lh: tLc! III lulu he called "I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years, pass. I Black Eye Peas, Virginia Pea- "' .(
: ;
t'. umlergai: incut depart- strengthens the urinary organs ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains Other medicines only I ...1.-.. Cherce, Butter, c\fr\ tine, In I .. !-k

.j I old: gave: relief. After taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE the result was 10, SOai: ;SO-ponnd pacfc:>ep ; Beet?, f ..f

\\'>- are advertising cer- builds up the kidneys and invigorates surprising. A few doses started the brick dust, like f fine stones, etc., HoreKadi'h.. Cotton heed Hulls in .: t .' 1"1

-ill wool which we arc and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man. 'aekeCotron. !Seed :Meal 13est Shorts +; 1--" ;
sod Pure
-- than tile cot of mato- the whole system. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE has done me $1,000worth of good." J'o arrive Bran: ;a .':
today TOO boxes: Irdian :
.
-: ; Arc they: all WOlIn"I t
No Other Remedy Can Compare With It River Oranges.Vill Le fold at '0 s r.
I \ ire part colloid Xo !
IT IS GUARANTEED nce. fancy rrices. s It :
:- it.M or to sill them as Thos. W. of Ashboro Seed in I f
: Carter N. C., had: Kidney Trouble and jour Holiday Orders nt '
: -. r." one bottle of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure, and once .=') they may: have careful I.t. 'a' "'I'u

; .'{'it prl"podvance.. f !
i-: ('IIiIc-Ill1"e" are nutlVe "s _
L.frbl1il' us your TUlkP '!I, Eggs: t
are only: lP.--pons- f'iua
-. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BYPassed prices Produce and tt IJHt oLtainatle r .t

f i'-d his revolting chair I ,

lilt brad of the under- W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, 1215: *. PalafoxSt. .
Geo. \flf. Pryor & SODS i t
: :n t-iit: ictlreilith the I i s' : J

,: .1IiIlr; uttere l.x .
li'mriieen tleferred till he The and llteir I Kiirtvliul She \Vrole.The Date for Bisetall Conference. ,
I-'an-n.
nis'iuniTlago Jai.nuexe '
'.. suiuinoni-tl tile ; I Tt'i'llhmU' No. .'!>. F
:111 was !
i
:
.. : could! loll ike a balance at the cud of the I To the JalJUILthl'! fail Is not ncrcly 'I need of a lead ]pencil caused a Cincinnati, Jan 7.Chairman; Herr I :
: shirt
department."that I fiscal year and see where he stmnl. His I a uuans tti.iI'; end t-f cnling the j jaim. lady who rode In a street car the other mann, of the National League Peace i 1iJ

said! Sylvester, low we ,!: stare was as full of liuytrs as ever, and i .:;II l'I'e. It i I.. :1 thing ut nie.ining, I day no small vwbiiTisMiient.! commission, stated today that he sent rs '"i;
;; :1 i i INsr sewing girl so a i 1 I lie I Ii She silt runniiu] over her !shoppinglist letter yesterday to President Ben ,
she the sales werehilily inereasin j of art. It tells a st.n-y. and there is a
shirt that ,
iking a such work.can- 'j|i therefore luoked forward' to the fiscal I etui a su''geMi\eness in the manner i when suddenly she thought of Johnson, of the American Baseball Curse i ';
Ih ing at
: pain: a I
SO statement with great hopefulness! that litI !III? or wearing it. The wln.l.his- something to add to it. She Jllokl'tIln league at Chicago! leaving everythingto '.-:
.Ilse thc amount paid
tier his reforms had not proved uuprolita-I J, ry of Jnpan l'uulll'I' read from fansif her peckctbook and ransacked all Its him so tar as fixing a date for the

out of the shirt business! ble.Vhen it came in. it enough; of thorn! were put to.'thrr.Ilnll divisions, cardcase and all, bat no pencil conference Is concerned. Herrmann OF

;a there was a deficit of about ST.Owo. Sylveater overy pijiltieal event of in.pnrianeeis : did she find. Modestly she hesitated said that he could; get the national
inly! sir, if necessary. I elo uot
noted this and set his teeth. pictured on these airy trinVs. Tliererre about asking her IgLlnira: but league member together at once when

I' to force young girls Into sin.col1 That evening when he Informed his different fans for every eomeitable with a quick resolve she finally leaned Johnson flxts the elate, and that the
-a.l of the shirt department -
.. rl'tln'liin confusion. I sweetheart as to the result of his reform R-casion. Even: dully have their toward n gentleman seated by her and, national member. had full and final DRINKt ::1'
1
did !Sylvester proceed' to reform I she turned a trifle pale. He; attempted own fans, and children have theirs. holding up her list said loud enoughfor power.

A to reassure' her by baying that hate kind! 1 those In ndjacents seats to hear, .
te's !business, and at the end off The geisha ,girls: a paitlcular CURED BV / 't'N
and that "Use-use: me, sir, may I borrow your
the best policy
he went home feeding the houesty was of fanand jugglers, too use one with
day Case
Again Continued
;, the store had now got a start on the appropriate' decorations. There is R necktio a moment? WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. <)
who has righted a
-s of one The astonishment was Frankfort Ky., Jan. 7.-The indictments ,
I reform principle that would surely tell fan Card only at the solemn tea feast, gentleman's ,
of wrongs.! lie was engagedpcllent I j lie tried to cipl.Un\ expressed in his silent facial contortions against former Governor Tay. }+.ol"ot"t'o oflor tan lit girm in grass 01'i' !
i for the next year. and a war fan of Iron, covered with
;\ young woman, Miss to establish! avery until the lady reddened deeply lor, Charles W. Finley, John L. Pow- niter n, or eofrt without }lUtimt', knarltdge. ; Y '
| to her how he l'ropv'l'll! laciitier.; (General hate silk fans. with /
in I ;.'!.'<. who loved him for his no- "My I'ecktie! \ madami" ho replied, ers and Green and Wharton Golden, White Hibhnii Bemedywiltcureorde.troy .17
.ut who was of a somewhat large trade by dealing honestly, iron sticks, and there is a dangerousdaeger the dls",1 appetite for alcoholic fitlrau- t' 1 ,t '.
j: on which the margin: though\ a very fan. The bamluKi water fan is with arched eyebrows."JUdn't were reached on the docket of the isntrabetharthe pat lent Is a continued i (, "
l ef.! lie told herd
id "
T> I 15lly 'iK-ncilV" she lI kl1. Franklin circuit court today and were fnrbnate, a "tippler, serial drinker or ,
dune, and, though she I small {11l'I'I'eut3Je.'uul<1 lie very largej dipped li water frequently while being drunkard. Impo..bl..foranyc.netoloa..al1 l f. .
"f I-tlsness, something j ia am.unit. Kthel! was ti-jt com'laced used to make the air cooler. The And then eterjlwidy, grinning; Il\'h lildnewspapers again continued. Bench warrants Hri'ftite for alcoholic liquors alter using \ .
i issued for White Kibbun ttemrdjr.
1,1what the lady added were Taylor, Finley and !
that it was not likely i or well ati.-fied with the prosjiett, tsi nmieut court fans of Japan were foldIng Y l! ,
i r : I to her list. Kxehange.Some Power s.Fire. IniiorHfd Iy McnilifiH of W. C. T. U. '
; J
tJint as their 1
\ ?! "-11111.1.tl'P:. In and re- j i pecially as Cl'l'illlJ"I'OI\I' ; fans of wood, decorated with !IkIIrlllil"lal i 'I ..... .
mode of I lixiiis was to be has d on theprofits J I I 'r.. M. orepreclsaperlntendentofWo- ;'
.. ,.t a hard hradi-d oldShe ( flowers and each noble family -
|i nicn'd
of his business, they bhold defer Vlsm>iirlnuirn.: Outbreak Causes Alarm. ebriHtihii 'ff'lIIpl'tRne" Union Ventura. .. !
Ila.llts flower, that else
i i s> l.cM( r. there- own II.IIII' e'Hllforma. writes: "1 bare tinted or"
,il l !1.:111: nut to K'- too fast the wedding! for a year. dared use. Color, shape and decoration The people hate: pit'en loiI-!;u\r and London, Jan 0.-Tliere was considerable 's hUll lilbhon ISemiUy on very obstinate .( 5drunkardsandtheeureshave
which ntnuMiig; : names to many: neighbcrUooils! ; alarm at the chapel royal, St been many. 'i
The rnlh'd round, during
.., \l.tcjiiiM- wine cases year of the Japanese fan all hate their innlauyeasen the Remedy 'A'" gltenaeeretly. ,
:. '..! M I 1II'lailllll' luiMiievs.' the house of Sylvester continued to meaning, the flowers and birds their In Missouri says the Kansas e'ily Slar. James palace, this morning owing te I chBcrfully comiuend. and In- sour o .t .
:' I'rkl's' for gurus and fair In 'aidwe'll<< l'IUIl1m'c ZiUl.\ Liikfurk the sudden outlneak of fire in the \dorBo White Ktbl )iKimitdy. Members of .
i I,i. she .Ili.1 II"III'lt! the payfair 'mholbm. Thus to give a fan with a Union are ileligtwd to tint an economical i
.i i .-; and r"pl'r., 1'rom !I wages to employees, especially. thesaleswomen flight) of white storks upon It is to wish and Polo. Echo Ik'II, Cabtown: and Christmas decorations above the al work.trpntrnent" to aid us In our temperance : is.

.' idUuJmH\ Ilit-y entered and cashgirN, In the amt long life, while a cobweb design is furml.urcog. I F awMin City lire in Wi.nh 1''Ullt::. InNodiMMty tar. The chapel was crowded, th t.. I ,

.-. r of lintiny would | rntiuii of whose condition the proprietor county are Toad Hollow.Stinr'M occasion bring the annual Epipchanyservice. Drugglslsor by mall, II. Trial package ;f :.3 '.[.
was much Interested. ; } and 1'us.uuli 1k. and in! The Iiraught carried tfil free' by writlne Mrs. A. M Tow und (for ;
:.1 I ..;;e ar\ l IIII' per(':I ration 1 I ;, t
.jolll."hkh. \\.ls..lt""rlll At the end of the second fiscal year, The ttnjTropic Sit. Henry' : county Is Coal. Pureon Cr-ck flame of a candle to the decorations, years secretary of a Woman Christi .-.J: 't

,for I ir,:' .:'..t I>". '1 h<.x bath avrri-t-d mi a hilUs.. when the nil',id accountant 1 presented It Is one thing to hate a chair and and Centennial: are In .\hison .'(IIII\:".,.. ; but before the Haze had( made much] i; ain Temperance Union), 218 Tremont E i > j

..' ...t lofI ilkh1':1'" f."Hii..i. They lime a'l{ aiioth. to know how to sit on it. The Ki\ir I Ms Spl.iwn lidf aiid ( 'j il) headway the officiating cler' ynrtn St, Boston, Mass. Hold In Pensacotaby iij' 1'1 -1 1s

'1 i I"I'| !-iy M-VCII serruds, l>es-iJi s tester turned pale. His capital was ideal vf a graceful sitting: posture hastaried I 1 "IIl11\! .itiss: \ e-ounty; Sleepy Hollow r.iInsnun mounted the altar and tore down the Hannah Hro, 21 1'alafoJ:. St :i t. '. t :.1
,
i'i Sullivan
.,. liiu.iir. and had found: upon sunk and fur months he had realized In the different ages:; of tlli and Ivy Hill county :, burning holl)'. .

: .- .nit I f the profits of the 11..1. that his business had greatly fallen off. world.! The Egyptians: sat bolt upright, Kclioes In Itutler county. 'I lm -eare i. ;

... '.111 a jear. As this would! When he imparted the: unwelcome the knee and feet chisily pressed: too just a few names' pit-k"llIt raiii Mayoralty Candidates Tie. .

n ;.1 jfJ"M" > and jMiVnt; in- news to I'tlifl she said: F(.the'r. It was the ceremonial attitude. from tli.country corresjMiiidence 1 of the! Mineral Bluff Ga., Jan. C.-The mu

1., ? i.i-d. their! expenditures: 1'011 lime been a theorist longenoiiuli. The Creeks; and Itomans, when their county stat pre::s JSoniitiiiii-s: ; pretty nicipal election! which was the most EhARPERJ L'' ,

\ I l3' n.iHierato. Still, Veil You still have your uncle'sprestige scats had no Packs, and they were etliberty or sn-gi'stive name la! git in a m i iuhbor- exciting our town has ever had resulted I .I
their dignity, sat IIO-K' but ;generally the aim of the In a tie betweenV.. L. Hunter ; I
!'i- -!nid! eland no More be- lie a business man and regain i to forget
I I. MI di-teriiniied! to run his : what you have l lost. stooping' with one or )Nith elbows supported christeni seems to hate been confer the major, and T. Mashburn. : forma ,

'.' m.J.I'! honestly, butUtliout Sjlvc-sttr was really a bright; fellow { by I the arm c, Tin. Chinese Ideal the h.tr.-hest: or must.anu "ing aj.pvlla- 'or. G. M. Dickey, Dr. A. F. Chris. :

,, .Mini business.lie the Knees and feet wide apart. lion lie coiiid think II( topher. J. J. Sims G. P Dickey and WHISKY : '
i I.u I. ,11:1'1: )...s. anil he expntuniild ) !:.'t nlxmt rebuilding the was 1 I I.
..- : ut iirtt curtail the and Ktlul: were married and lived They have maintained that attitude in J. Medley: were elected to coun 4 j .
:llarrlnaf'II.Iill"l'il'
Loveteav ;;
fi r several years in a cottage. Now sitting; / for -l.iitui jears. The Saxons and cil.
tvitho\t love Is almost a
:;
which Coii.i.Nir milliunll..s.'ut. hating: carried early Norman kings are represented in I :
1'.1: during they are ; crimiIn fad, it would be regarded International Races for August. r' .
to John SjUes- out what their! (rtnscieuecs dictated old manuscripts and ('11 coins in the t'
as one if the woild were as true, as New York, Jan. C.-The conditions::
"I I t'1 miM'. iijsxand; sell they hate compromised the matttr game IK isition. I'otvn to a date comparatively II Ii .
be.
Minjili: as siiuvre, as It ought to governing the America's sent to i tI .
and received cup .
roeent kings queens
i' ,t uiiias pnseuted. i by giving liberally, charity.ILISU:
nut s>M-iety has so ling) wandered in amaze .
the Royal Ulster Yaeht club by the .
---""= --:. : is'uissox.Pulli sitting; stillly on their thrones, ha.
i of eompiexity: and marriage, .,,
i
any nir.rked\ change of posture being, committee on ehallen t'E'W York J it ,.
,3 .. j' thought: to derogate: from the royal dig from monarchs dimiward. Is undertaken Yacht club, have been returned with 1 t"
;'t f A7.1 Ii"GIve-d. for su< h a variety of, reasons n i
.. .r. uit '. They now receive standing.; the signatures ot the challengingclub's f
'7V2.rt..dr" Mr. YounL.hUhbaiid. ln;:: from apart' from 10th.t! only a few retain I
officers. All arrangements for
.
P'tlKT*-"M.uHed! -r.lanche de Sraythe: I the correct impression aliout it. And of .'
.. Illnvtrntinif the Solar S).tcm. the international races in August are ,I
: k on every frox cf the gt'nuln to \VaiterVellin; on I'.eere. What old these few the majority: are women or .tJ

c'.ive Uromo'Qaim Toolets memories that name awakens: The solar system I is well illustrated girls who would rather die than marrya now complete.Iinok._ : :,

tlal cunt a colt la one <14,.. Mis.' Y. (hll1.hin1. ) net IT imagined,: by the following\ statements: two Let feet the man Ih,-y did not lote. Sir WalterScoit u Oiii fur Fuer.Uilloasners i Physicians prescribe it .; j 1 ,

you knewof my engagement;: to Walter.Mr. sun be represented by a globe ( knewthis well when he wrote"The '
Y. (chillingly: was alluding to in dlallW1<'r. .\ grain of mustard seed at Uride! of Lammermoor." lli.snoble \ liver disorder tar for their most delicate ,
this be
s"IArtR \ ( !\JJlJJl111" { the circumference of a circle H 4 feet' true and tender spirit, season liny: prevented by
I'.lanclie. gentle, cleansing the system with DeWittV I patients. t '
\" .. 'T in diameter will adequately representthe IIwtr'.f what love Is, could well ceitu- Little Early m-er The-e famous

Feminine Elotbm. size and distance of Mercury. The | pate the horror of a loveless marriage* little pills do not (jripe.: They move OLD and PURE. t

husband (during the spat( )-I must earth will be represented! by a pea on the bowels gently but copiously, aud For bale byDannhcisser t 1"

have !bleu a fool when I married you. the circumference of a circle 2 Sl fett Foils Deadly Attack. by reason of the tonic properties,

1 jnr"M I r Wife-t'nduubtetlly. Hut the old across and Venus by another pea on "My wife was so ill that !good give tone and strength to the pland Bros.TOlrMD 1:" : \ ."

adage: still holds good. the outside of a 4foot circle. Mars physicians: were unable to help her," HarRis' Pharmacy John Sheppard I

IIn-.hallll-\\1mt's that? will be adequately represented' !by a writes M. M. Austin Winchester, Kidney Kahn. !If tThewetinyCapsulesrcbllperiar .i '

M Wife-A fool for luck.Chicago: pinhead at ('-;>l feet and the asteroids Ind., "but was completely cured by ,.

Nrt+x by grains of sand 1,1.."") to lljO::! feet work Dr. King's wonders New in Life stomach Pill?and." They liver NEW STORE NEW GOODS1! i ;. t., .

5 awayAn orange at the distance of troubles. Cure constipation, sick ,t
?TAURANT NE\V t.
DRUGS
1 Eiprrirnred. half a mile will stand for Jupiter' avery headache. 2oc at W. A. D'Alem- '

"How was it that he managed to small apple at four-fifths of a berte's drug store, 121 8. Palafox r'' .111 e '
+
J -- to lUlsam of
"
pull the wool over your eyes' ? mile will stand for Saturn and a cherry street. UopaiLa ff I ; "
I ( bf 4nJ I I i I
I "Well, he had fleeced several fellows on the circumference of a circle 114! -- : Injections IPJf1i I
If wish to purchase Christmas t They in hours the' h t. of
before I met him." miles across will represent Uranus. you White's Pha cure 48 ,...
for children do not rlacy.
presents "
tee.a your 5De j.+ snytaorSi .( .
%
\ fial to call at Mis.!! John F. Pfeiller's! 'f' 3' d'
,
r
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DAILY r MENUS of Pacific JoornalUm. '!' ,'i .', >' n ID if 04I.CRIST; l :
who act '
There are plenty actors No. 211 East Intendencia street undersigned has opened a r'
who act like real The New York Evening rust thinks THE tb Ir
few Ii
too .
like actors, i
j ; '
C Business in the llensbaw :
U miprise all the Up-to- State Journal that '"Innocuous'rwli For the Nerv'ous" Drug J:1
Ll'lngs.-Ohio
|l Date Dishes the Mar- human would be an appropriate title flora L W. PEAKE, building 106 South Palafox street, Herring Bros. I ; *

|p ket of the WorldS t Forty Years' Torture, newspaper which Is shortly to be I Electrical contractor and builder, with a full line of Fresh Drug, Perfumes r.j 4i:; ".> tryS

AtJ "J. To be relieved from torturing disease started In Vienna. This Journal is to will do your electrical work in first- Soaps and such! other articles (Wl'IUIXn, ;(.I7

present great calamities of all sorts In a? are usually kept in an up-to-date Have specially constructed Wagon .f: ,
after forty years' torture might and at reasonable rates.
class
a way to produce a minimum of shock.A style Drug Business.We for the removal of dead animals : .
1! well cause the gratitude of any one. catastrophe like that at Martiniquewill He can be found at 30 South Palafox from the city limit If' ; -J' '

> Ladies Private That is what De Witt's Witch Hazel be described! as mysterious but street Phone 203. respectfully solicit a share of Will remove dead horses or cows for ii !" :
,
Salve did for C. Haney. Geneva, 0. merciful dispensation of a kind Providence the public patronage, promising to One Dollar each. tH'

I* Dining Parlor.j* He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel and especial pains will be takento give entire satisfaction both in 1 Address HERRING BROS., ..4 .
CASTORIAlor Or leave orders d
I had Gonlding.
after
Salve cured me of piles write cheerfully of bank failures and goods and prices. "

:: ;:, suffered burns wounds forty years.skit:diseases.Cures cuts Be- stock market uauica. Infant and ChI1 ren. The Prescription Department is in | 135 Fast Intendencia_ street._ __, ::I 1}

teeM charge of our Mr. Walter H. White, .

Regular'.Dinner; Daily. ware of, John counterfeits Sheppard. Sidney Hargis'Kahn.Pharmacy Mother Gra)' Sweet Powders for The Kind Yon Hate Always BoogM who will try his utmost to please all iO=GOLAY=o. f; joi;j ': iI.

,
Children, who may favor him with their or- ,
I. ,
Try Gunther's Candies at Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse In : the C'kfridi ders.and fresb As,our we(solicit tock is a trial entirely order.new Grist and Corn Meal f Mills, I IF. ,

1J"rt of
,
ordl'rlDJpl11 Solomon's. the Children's Home la New York Cure

C 'il",1. Night i or Day.lg AND Feverishness Bad Stomach, Teething Disorders W. H. White & Co. F. GOllZAIaEZ 8 co., Propi, ,.. t :., !I,
CARPENTRY
,move and regulate the Bowel an:! IfanotMtcrtrtOBOICK ;t ,

Destroy Worms. Over seas testimonials. NOTICE.I PHONES: HEAL AND PURE GROUND t'f. '

'11)I'I!'l'U.I.h."ol1'U SomlOtblnl Good! lUat to Eat ELECTRICAL-WORK The t ntrtr fail. At all druggists,23c.: eam-( have been authorized to take Day No. 180. Night No. 416 STOCK FEED ii ,
:J<
pie FREE. Address Allen 8. Olmsted Le subscriptions for Wm. Jennings Patron Home Industry, for there if t .

Nik Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660, Roy, N.Y. Bryan's paper "The Commoner 106. -South- -Palifox-Street.PARKER'S. --- every reason you should bay jour Meal and + f
> Apostle'sPopular I if vou have any carpenter or electri- The price Is $1.00 per year in ad Stock geed from the Home MannJaetorer, /
for by 10 doing yon cneoorai* homelndos-f ,l
3- cal work you want well done. It Keeps the Feet Warm and Dry. vance. Those desiring the papercan HAIR BALSAM try. Yoor money Ii left la toe eommonur
Restaurant -- have it sent to them by seeding _____: ud tmatift, tit htt !$ and yoa In torn are indirectly benefited.Infoiterlnf t ,
tw CA.STOHXA. Ask today for Allen's 'oot.Ea, powder tl.COto: the undersigned. I rromon. Inur...' fruwth.Hwver the home mannfactorer you j I
< I lt8 Klnd ft" Nate )liars 805!? H cares CbllblalneSwollenSweatingSore H. M. ROCHE. Pats to Bntore Bray Gontrtbtlt. to the eatlle of labor. Yon owe 1It
setn th. Hair to lit Youthful Color.
to theeommulIJty In which live ia4 it
Jon t
J' \ Damp feet. At all druggists and Cum rap draw a h..Ia.iuJC.
Y-.t--o Aching. Care Daily News. Ys..ndI".t I ::0:0 which colUrlbatee'0,oar npport.THE Ii ;
'.WrWWM 131r :?oc. J
JII \} I -r-1 I shoe stores
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THE, DAILY HEW8J PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY JANUARY 8,1903


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DUTIES HAVE Strongest in the World.
-,

5 AMUSEMENTS.
.
BEEN INCREASEDIt
\S252S2SasaSHS2St252S2Sa The
? Equitable
; it taUrod at the Poet Offie at Penucol,
{ ..MOOl1d-elali matter.t ,
CO.
THE HOYT COMEDY
local railroad men .
will interest
7mCE r-PHfi Building 111} Booth Iiife Assurance
h' f.a.Io&Greet, up-etalrs. and Pensacola people in general to The Hoyt Comedy company delighted .1 SocietyOf

4 ? a big audience last night by i
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. learn that new branches built by the j ja the United Slits
I> presentation of Bret Harte's"Downthe r
1 L. & N. railroad daring the past year :' Slope." Tonight the bill will be HENRY B. Him; Founder
Tame: Invariably in Advance01 .
hive pat additional responsibilitieson "London Life," which is said to be
Tear by Mall_____15 00
hat Month .. ___. JPM rJO the superintendent of the local one of tbe liveliest comedies iu the
W *k,by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 I j N- ( Preliminary Statement Jai f-
division, and have also increased the company's repertoire. r

j#wti.i", Kaftt Furnished on Application ,i mileage that had originally been I I Ladies!!! will be admitted free tonight .- II Outstanding.A*sulance. fL:>I 0 ,. ,_?..,
,
'w under the usual conditions of 1 Income ...... .... .... &
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t TELEPHONE NO. 118. covered by Mr. S. P. Pope, the 1 accompanying a person with a paid '!tJ

.s Louisville auditor. The 1902 recordof ;30-cent ticket. I New Assurance! ..... .. !' tj

1 t I' railroad building that has been I i It is hoped, however, that the There's noth Assets..... ...... .... )j. ,'_'J,
p UNION LASEt. 'j will be
specialty stunts of tonight
placed under the superintendency of bad fora
ing so r Assurance Fund and
I entirely devoid of the coarse and i f
Mr. Saltmarsh is follows
as : cough as
objectionable allusions made use of all other liabilities... ;v .

PEI8AOOLA, JAI 8, 1903 ,I Alabama & Florida railroad, last evening. I coughing 1There's Surplus .... ...... ... ,
nothing so good for a ?
Blocks Oraceville, 1482 miles; B.

8.4 N.O.,Thomas ton to Myrtle wood, A. cough as Ayer's Cherry The largest Increase ever made in >s|,
schednla of travel THE C. K. OF
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A COMPLETE I Pectoral I In the history or the bocic
around the world is the latest. Ala., 1575 miles; Selma & Bardis

Time, about forty days. This beats branch Ala., 757 mile; Florida WILL ENTERTAIN A cough means a great deal to a young person when thereis JAMESV.. ALEXANDER. Pr-

Jules Verne fifty per cent. branch, in Alabama, 1.36 miles; Flo- i i j ] a family history of weak lungs, with perhaps a case of con- JAMES H. HYDE, Vice-Pt _

wr Alabama rala branch, Opp to Florala, 22 :'' I sumption itself. Coughs weaken the tissues, congest the mem-
: OCR sister city on the
,
: river is to be congratulated upon miles. The Catholic Knights of America branes, and prevent healing. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral controlsthe

I winning, in the U. S. supreme court, I Several proposed routes for 1903 will give a grand dance next Wednesday congestion and inflammation, and the cough disappears. OOWLES nIW .,

a suit involving the ownership the will also be added to the Pensacola 1 evening at the hall on :North Your doctor will explain, for we give all doctors the formula. General Agen's,

i soil lying between high and low j] 1 Baylen street and there are J.C.Ayer Co.,Lowell Hut: ,
j
division. many We have used Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral In our family for over:3 years. For all lung trouble 309 B. Palafox St.. PENs j. a
water marks_oa the city front. I In '' who are anticipating the notable I am tare there is no medicine iti equal."-MRS. foXEEOT.Appleton,Minn.KKKPSHI4 .
I REM4RKABLECURE OF CROUP.
MB. CARNEGIE has ottered the i event with pleasure.: The dance is Till

of New Orleans a library fund ; A Little Bey's Life Saved. ,
city advertised! in this i issue of THE
FAMILY WFLL. I
', of |250,<(XO, for one main and three I have a few words to say regardingChamberlain's CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S0. ,
usual NEWS, and the management wishes If you are feeling out of sort, if JCOY G anmnv O t
branch buildings, upon the Cough Ilcinedy. It !I
: :\ 30 rtouth Palafox street for
1 ,
I it distinctly understood that the patrons your circulation or your digestion your t1S
terms. It is safe to say that that enterprising saved iny little boy's life and I feel electrical work. He U prepared to

s city will provide the sites that I cannot praise it enough. I 1: will be given the time of their is bad, you ought to think first about do you a first-class; job at moderate 'Iwlt..al,
liver. Probably that i' all thatis lllIl
k and guarantee the ?;J5; OliO per annum : bought a bottle of it from A.E.Steele: lives. your price Phone 203. 1'rtiiil (. .
with HEPATICCRA .r..se.HILtItJiUAC71.1 -
t maintenance. of Goodwin 8. D. and when I --' ---- wrong you. I
4 for got
:, For O\er Tears provides for the best health possibleand OYSTERS .
Sixij
.''rr -- ----- home with it the poor baby could i iMas. I II will answer all need*. If AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine ; II 'u,
"u NORFOLK, Y.i i is sutl-ring from ] nardly breathe. 110 gave; the medicine i WISBLOW'B BOOTH isa STRCP bas your
want real good Lealth keep the
an epidemic of lockjiw, caused by ,, as directed every ten minutes until I been used for over sixty years by millions you liver right, and there I is nothing I.i Family, Fancy and Stapk
'threw and then I mothers for tbeir children while teething
up" thought sure oysters today. Try them.
received from toy better to keep the liver right than
,1 injuries pistols I he *as ;Ruing to choke to death. We with perfect success. It boothe the child, HEPATICURA. I NIC APOSTLE. c* Groceries, <
during the recent holiday season. softens the ,allays all ,cures wind v
bad to pull the phlegm out of his gams pain I -- .
Mr. Daniel --
James --
of Pensacola, -- ----
The deaths number seventeen, the ,, mouth HI great lung strings. I am colic and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea Fla.. says: I want to tell how and All Kinds: of Up.Goods! .:, : ,.
I positive that if 1 had not ,got that It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1mmediately. you
victims being mostly young boys. Bold by Druggists in every pan much I appreciate your liver medicine -I EVERY ONE KNOWS\
bottle of medicine
; The time for effective legislation cough! my boy !! of the world. Twenty-Ore cents a bottle HEPATICURA. My wife bad \Ve are Sole Di.lnb-ji. '- \\
: would not be on earth today.-JOEL Be cure you ask for"M n.Wins-low' Booming -
beeu sick ior
a long time. I did not Florida for the Celebrir-
.t against these dangerous toys is DiMoNT, Inwood, Iowa. For site !syrup 'and take no other kind. know exactlwhat What a beautiful stock ofCALENDARS :
was the matter Monde Cotlee, Sweet
all and medicine deal-I Hu> M i-
rapidly approaching._ by druggists with her. I suppose it mut have I sec. Iilini and Climax H. uri!>
--- I Itrs.
THE CHATFIELD"LOST been some liver trouble. I had to Delicatessen, German
\UI' .,
-- -- i : :
DISCRIMINATION in service in fa-1
'i
have often
: a physician very but Food Crt.'s Canned Meat- E'1
Tor of regular customers as against i;PYTHIANS INSTALL she did not get well until she took J I we carry. Well, we are now closing of which are ;olJ ball fir.a-.

; the general public has brought a' j DECKLOAD HEPATICURA. A few bottles I all of them out at half price. There Retail Grocers in the city.
cured her. She i; well now and Lis
.Washington coal dealer into the !! I no nicer New Years' for
gift a 002-004 gori .
NEW OFFICERS never complain I give it to the 1'1! 1101
courts upon the interesting question i' I i -- children and take it myself and it I friend or relative than one of these

whether such favoritism is lawful. ; A dispatch from Prawle Point keeps u* all well. Hold by all druggist .
beautiful and useful CALENDARS.We '
The time of the courts would be bet- i, I, ?. DO YOU KNOW

ter occupied in preventing local:,, Damon Lodge No. 13, K. of P., met I says: "The British steamship Chat- A Guaranteed- Cure---tor-Tiles are also closing out all cur Holi- BEEKMAX LUMBER CO ,v,

dealers from charging exorbitant'' and installed the recently elected field, Captain Hunt, from Mobile Itching Blind lilevding or Protruding day stock, consisting of Fancy a large stock of dressed :, : .

1 prices for coal which is sold to them officers Tuesday: night and heard December 12, via Norfolk December PII.... Ytur druggist will refund jourrroneyif Boxes, Album, Celluloid Novelties!, and joi tGet their ('rle'.- '

tv at rates prevailing before the strikes.BY 0 for Amsterdam and riunderland PAZ OINTMENT fails to cure buying. '
:: ,
,-- -- -- gratifying reports of officers, which you aOeent1-. i I Books, Vases, Etc., at half price.COE'S .

means of a "doctored" telegram covered the past year. The officer passed here Monday and signaled I -

"t President lioo-evtlt appearsto installed she was damaged and had lost her Rot Chocolate with I Don't forget to i''r n.

have tttn "bunkotd" into a reluctant C. C.-J.wen Albert: John-on. I de<:klold." The Chatfield had n'I Whipped Cream, at Solomoo's. BOOK STORE baby one of those // ;, rt!.

; consent to tLe cbdng of the l __ Rocking ChairslrtutJa'
of loaded Pen-acola --- ---
portion by -
P.-A. H. D'Aleuaberte., cargo : : : I
poBtotfice at Indianola Mis?., by the NO. tit: somi I" Ij\-XX ston &
I Why pay fancy prices for furniture STIIKETPEXSACOLA Quina's. Il' >
! sa r pernicious;; and virulent activity of M. of \V.-R. B. Butler. merchant i I
( and hou-e furnishing goods : FI.I ..\. upwards.
: W bis new postmaster-general. He will )f. at J.E. I
Long. when )Mertiwethtr at lit South
j I Hi ds Way lit Lire Lon learn, as other: presidents have had
j! ). of E.-}'. E. Brawner. The of Tarragona! street, will sell you what
to do, that sleepless vigilance is I startling announcement a ; PENSACOLAPressing 0. M PRYOR
r s' K. of R & ;.S.-Dan Bergin. I' Ducovery that will surely lengthen you want at your own price. i ,
necessary to prevent being; ruled or I life is made by Editor O. H. Downeyof I
influenced l>y others smaller and less i, :\. of F.-J. D. Goss. Churubu-co, Ind. "IVi-h toNtate Club The Government -"

conscientious than himself. ,j I I. (}.-Cha?. WiLburn. ," he write, "that Dr King's The be-t and Urgent! assortment; of in niture the man furniture, has mad buinesH an u. *

m I I New Ii-covery for Con-umption i-. toys aid fireworks is di-played at the
during holjjjy, rnii,
'
0. G.-E. Kirchcffer.Kithbone .
i "TUE OentltlU:1n from Indiana" .the no-t infallible remedy that I Mrs. John F Pftiiler's, No. 211 East i FOR CENTLEMEN. price on all his elegant;: -I
have ever known for Cough, Colds
Representative !bteele-created a Intendtncia street. household and d ice lunarfigures
commotion among the k Lodge No 3i) will meet i and Grip. it's; iLWluulile to people n____ ___ __ I --- that will enable you :'
nights
carpet with weak lungt. Having this wonderful I .
of Uncle Sam's i to-night and install officers cho Fruit cakebest made at PMffer's your Christmas presents iu
f army who congregate -eu medicine no one need dread
Dollar Per Month thing that is useful and
:Steam: Bakery.MEAT lOne at h *
about the capital enpyiug soft I at the last meeting. Annual reports Pneumonia or Consumption. Its relief what article: are sold for el.ew:
places when in a the is in-tant and cure certain." W.A. I III Advance to Member You should call on him bef.iret
speech in =hip. t
of officers will! be read, and all members D'Aletr.berte, 121 8outh Pal afox & MALT has a marvelous

t ?Ii! tootise on'lutsday he declared that I are urged to be and street guarantees every 54J.:. and $1.00 dietetic value. While refreshing and Clothes Cleaned: and Pressed a- fug elsewhere \Jj
the president is "subject to this lit- present bottle and give trial bottles free. pleasant to take it helps assimilation -I often as desireJ. Your Clothes
learn of their lodge's progress during of food. Sold byDANXHEISNER !sent for and delivered Call at
er! tle coterie this petticoat army here Hot Rolls, at 5 It. m., f Oe.
BROS. yjjrijuth: Palafox and Join
the
in Washington.; Mr. tttetle f is not the pat year. BANDS PRACTICEi I, Club. a doz.. at Solomon's.
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a democrat Iithfr-n even a Cleveland i I
I
dlmocrat-lJut be knows how to 1 TO CUUK A COLI* IX OSlo II \YII i BUY A HOME. i Laics'? Plan skirts a Specially STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEI'ennscula
II Tak@Lautl\'oHrorno Quinine Tablets EVERY EVENING
call a spade a spade, and evidently i I
L I Ii
g/W/ on e>ery O. M. :
I fie.ThlSBUnature. | ; Pryor has purchased a Yours for \eatne-,
is not afraid to do to. box, 7sV'tIHello i !Ii
---- -- ---- I i -- large number of choice lots which he ktween and MilnmIVaiItnns

"OOYERoiOIEoiT by commission" II I central, 3C)). Beet fruit I The band* at the navy yard and'' will sell to desirable purchasers at i, G. W. IRWIN. Daily Except: !
7 may be expected to supersede not I icakp made, T: cent per pound, at i i moderate fi;urei!.
t I Pfeiiltr's Steam Bakery. Barrancas engage in practice every Mr. Pryor is desirous of building ,, "CITY OF TAMPA."
only "government by injunction"bat up the eastern section of the city. I-AUTIKS WANTING
afternoon now, from 2:30: until 4
government by the established and, controlling a large number of ..v Milton__ 6SO! Am Lv Pcn,.,cola,1 :
standards and factors which have THEPECTAN o'clock. The Barrancas band, as a lots, will eell them on reasonable irl'fH8i colati:."iam A r Milton '
I i terms to actual settlers. 'JJltn King\ or Little!\ C Christmas Fare,6uc; Kund tnp.tl i"
remained rulticieut in states and nation close to its day's:: practicing, winds ) -- i

for more than a century and a WAS DAMAGED I up with a pretty rendition of "Amer- Pfeiffer's goods hive always proven

Representative Fowler oft satisfactory to their! cu-tom- JEWELER IN HIS
quarter. i lea" and a<; the sunset gun is fired' many i CaKes=::s.
New Jersey, a stalwart republican, --- era; therefore, ring 'phone 36G and
I and the colors:: are lowered at the : order your Christmas! cakes. I
H is urging the to enact bill NEW STAND
congress u
t I providing for a tutu commission, to The big i Ikiti-h :;teamship Pectan, I post the strains! of this inspiring air'':' -- -- FOR THE 6TH OF JANUARY,

,=I exist indefinitely and cost some :' 4732; tons, which cleared from Peusa- iare allowed to die softly away. 1 his WANTEDFUR8.No Will Please Leave their Rings or
I ; .
"* thing like $iOOUU per annum. Congress Cola on December 23 with a half' is an enjoyed conclusion of eachday's 1 otter skins.-.$6.0) to $9.00 Tokens on the ;oth. 120 I have! moved my jewelry stone
is. South Pahfox "
II>!
ehoulJ not be induced million dollar ( No. 1 coon skins large, .65 to .80! formerly
to
surrender cargo forHavre, drawing ,
f I : duties and is listened to every DRAJEES WILL BE SUPPLIEDFOR pied by Bass & Co., and am n v<
f of its constitutional II j No. mink skins, large, 1 fA) to 1.50
any powers 26 feet 10 inche, is at Bermuda, better prepared than ever to L::J'"
I in iiuc manner.. I afternoon by people residing about i;j i. Other goodin full proportion. THOSE OX SALE great bargains in diamond:,watt;: -
l __ where she put i in several days !,
ago; : jewelry, etc. Call and .
the Fee me
: i Ask any Pen'acola: bank for ratingon -+A T{
GOVEUMJK: TAn of the Philip I with machinery badly disarranged post.PORTLAND' me. let me convince you.
become I CEMENT: atg2 : J. W. WATKIXS. i J.:I. riTEl HEW.
is to
pines a justice of the The Pectan has the largest miscellaneous ROCH'SO.
U'I'I b-irret. A. V. CLUBIJS:
ti. supreme court, succeeding J ; I 00 per I II | d5-lm Brunswick, Oa.
I II
cargo ever sent from Pensa- Corner: Uru and Garden titretts.CLOSINC I
bbiras, who recites next month I I ,
7 I I --- --- -- -- Foiey's Kidney Cure

..r, Governor Taft will be succeeded by I cola. ; OUT. nukes kidneys and bladder Hsrbt.

r Vice Govei nor Luke K. Wright, who !I EXPOSURE to a sudden climatic M. PRYOR'SFURNITURE

I : has distinguished! himself as acting 1, change produces cold in the head I I Merriwether, the Furniture man .

i governor during a recent long ab- :' and catarrh is apt to follow. Provide I at lit South Tarragona street, is preparing EVERYBODY LOOKS
I ed with Ely's Cream Balm are 'i
bence of Gov. l\ft. Oov. Wrightwas you to embark in a new business; I
armed against! Nasal: Catarrh.: Price i FOR THE BEST
a leading member of the CO and is closing out the remainder of
Memphis I cents! at Druggists; or Ely Brothers,
leu 11., bar, and son of a former 56 Warren Street, New York will I the bankrupt: stock of furniture and HOUSE] ]

Tennessee supreme judge,Archibald I mail: it.does The not Balm irritate cures or withoutpain cause household goods at astonihinglylow : Here it ii'. Call on Spitz *
i
Wright. He is a democrat a typical sneezing. It spreads itself over an pricea. Creary. They are doing the fL- .:

southerner and a Confederate irritated and angry surface relieving I work that can he turned out an I r*

veteran with a splendid record. immediately the painful inflammation Hot FrenchWamelwith :I SALISBURY BLOCK W. GOVERNMENT STREET. prepared to do any kind of ,I. .n.
cleanses and cures. Cream They pu' oa Itdia rubber tir '. t. *
SZIoiATOR LOIKJE of Massachusetts Balm quickly! cures the cold.Scrofula. Florida Cane Syrup atolomon's I r: best ( n the m trket, on short u"lice.
I ;i a, tbey have a full line of rubber
has introduced a bill the ----- ------- -
suspending --- !I tires in stock.

duty on coal for ninety days, as a We are going to sell our I g =LATEST DESIGNS IN Does your buggy need uphol-r-

1 measure of relief for the coal famine $1.00 Tabaurette for COcoon iing; ? They can make it good aneT..
i Tneir prices, too, are reaouabfor: !
{ now prevailing throughout the East, Few are entirely free from it. Dec. 22d, 23d and 24th. j they have ample capital to carry "r
and particul r.y in New England. II Bed Room and Parlor Sets i
t may develop so slowly as to cause how ; a first-class carriage buildir a'-'i
Just to
see .
many peo- .
The coal operators declare that the little if any disturbance during the whole repairing buineDun't f.,1 i '

scarcity and high prices are caused l'rtod of chlldh( j,1. plewilread this ad. ,4larse !I i 1 I call on them,

by the greed of the dealers, and not It may then produce irrrg-il.inty of th ton $ Quina. II DINING ROOM TABLES, SIDE BOADS, CHAIRS, ETC. :i I Scales repaired.1"I'IUfH&CftFAH
Ft >mach and bonds, dj-sjx/psia; catarrh, i
by any lack of coal at tidewater cud marked te".il",')' to oon-umption trPORrL\\-- --})--CEMENT a 15 East Uarden "'r" :
points. The problem seems as far bt'fore manifesting itself! In much cutaneous Phone 5i.
!I' eruption or glandular swoHuis.i $2W per barrel. A V. CLCBRS, Davenport Lounges, Metal Beds and Mattresses. I _
_
from ratoinal solution as tV r, but I I _,u _,_ _. _
i It is beat to he sure that you are quite Corner Bru and Garden Street I I
the attitude of Mr. Lodge indicates I I! free from it. and for Its complete eradication I. CJA.STOn.XA

3 the opening of the tariff issue in the | you can rely on Hot French Waffles with I 1-ar'A. 1" K,rf You Ha'I" 2'-


J J )Cannot republican be misunderstood.camp in a phase which :I i|I Hood's The best of all medicines Sarsaparilla for all humors. Solomon's.Florida Cane Syrup at; Prices! for +the Holidays Are Down Not Bp. I'! !-e*.&t..,. ./ ":''V


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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA,'FLORIDA_ THURSDAY JANUARY 8. 1903.
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STEAMER CARRIED WORTH KNOWING W. 0. NEAL Prtildent; 11TO oeoa. M. C. CLARK, C< Mer; "! :"{: l' ';-j{

$. J. FOSHEE.Yloe-Pnlidlnt; JOHN PFEIFPER, Au't C.."... 14j'!
At This 8e6on of the Year. ,i; _,

iws NOTES 4 4w. LOT OF COTTON Any cough which accompanied lasts over by three expectoration or- AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKt. m' ;


-- four days, requires attention and "R

The British steamer Torridge, 2721 treatment; this does not mean a vis- OF PEM8ACOLA. FLA. F.; R P

J. I'tfU.tlie promoter, returned it to the hospital, nor to your physi- '
of the United States.
Designated Depository
Jlr from a business engagement tons net, which put in here Mondayfor cian nor wholesale drugging with : 'j:

ne'jl Chicago. bunker coal, had as a part of her patent medicines; but it means that Condensed Statement at the close of business NOT. 26, 1902. \.; "1',., ,..., t.t
.. >i
pope, travelling auditor for immense cargo nearly 18,000 bales of come simple, harmless, effective an- RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. G :.' ti

P. Louisville arrived cotton and over 20,000 sacks of cot- tiseptic remedy like Stuart's Ca- Loans and Discounts........... ........ ... fU2.921.ftl Capital Stock ................ ......... .... 200000.00: ()( ) ,:r 1
tJe! L iv., from tarrh Tablets should be used to ward Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured....... 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .............. .... ........ .... 20,000.00) )' v ;,
t 15ffiornicg at the Merchant .tonseed meal. The cotton was most- off Pneumonia U. S. Bonds and Premiums............... 213,806.87 Undivided Profits....... ...... ......... .... 5.90.34 ;
wife and child, tonr"i ''Iy in round bales, but bad to be any possible termination in Stocks, securities, etc.... ...... ............ 2,625.00 Rediscounts.. .... ................,......... 10,287.61 .. I' i .
H. Eaeli-hi I t Chronic Catarrh, Bronchitisor Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Circulation.............. .......... .... .... 125,000.00 !
i;.5 from Chica oarrived tbis morn- i stored tightly to get that amount on Consumption. [. R. Stamps......... .... .... ... .......... 6682 Deposits........... ............ ...... ...... 461,Eo1.35 t .,,4 R
ing. luty are at: the Merchants..AUord the vessel. It was stated that the All of these formidable diseases Cash and Exchange............ ... ... ...... 153,94312 ;t: .',.'. t

familiar turpentne start from a common cold, neglected li t :t .
x. A. the cotton was stored so tightly and :n :j t.

: dealer: of Chipley, was one of evenly that had the vessel turned or allowed to run its course and it Total...... .... .... ...... .... ............ $822382.30 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... 1822,382.30 'r;.i "

ve.terJiy';guest at the cambia. is only the exercise of common every This bank opened for business October 231900.' We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give I' '1 q; I.
daily timber and over there would have been no dan- day caution to cure a cold as quicklyas your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. ; j.x

T.e! average ger of its falling out. The steam- possible, not so much for what it r'i\-t:
CENT PAID ON DEPOSITS.B.
ments from this port for 4 PER INTEREST TIME "
Icffber drip ship was on her way to Bremen from is at tbe moment, but what it may ,t .'1
have been over 600,000 feet, l
Jinniry become if neglected.
Galveston.
the largest percent e
lutnb.r forming Perhaps no remedy is so safe, reli- H. FAIRCHILD > $,

able and convenient to stop a cold or ii ,

age.T:.rre i.undred biles of cotton, CHIEF WANTS obstinate cough as Stuart's Catarrh IIP11c z BTER3 it BRAWNER'SCLEARMCE

tilu-J: : at nearly: $12ou0, were a por- Tablets. 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. .
steamship Ida's NEW THINGS Tbe extract of blood root contained .
Spanish
t..s; ; < ftue f -oroef Work and Refinishing Furniture a I" ;
Cir", ,. THIS lot was destined forI1' in them combined with the red Specialty.

J-tr"1' gum of. the Eucalyptus tree seem to
-4OB.
!r. Phone
In the annual report of Chief Geo. put the mucous membrane of the : r
arrival of weekly note at the
.\: mouth aud throat in condition Sillin
a
White yesterday, which was submitted nose,
R. E. L. WHITE
F-: ,, ,::.10'.1! !Lit night was: R. K. ,
off the of ca-
throw
to germs | J .
jj r i ,.,...::. the mill man of Free- to the board of public safety, Jeweler
tarrh, bronchitis and consumption, Witehmaker, Manufacturing :
J .... Hi always full of business recommendations were incorporatedthat .
I" and as they are taken internally | and Graduate Optician, j.
Pensacola. I TAKING
.IIIH to .BEFORE STOCK. :
w four horses be ,
new purchased : they seem to equalize the circulationand I I .. ..
Pe.saeelaFla
St.
Ro tk PiUfox
Ar M ,.J'.rlind reached Pensa- :and placed in use, thas placing the place the body in that condition! 11 .1 r ,
from Chicago. He I throws I _____ __ __ n __ -- '
and
\-t rJay of health which resists '
C.I department up to the highest stand- 78 Boys' Double-Breasted piece I 54 inch Heavy LadiE's' Cloth,in all
i ,. .'":.- in S\ea, Fla., where the :. oft the germs of disease. i DR. F. E. BRUCEHas
ard. suits: all wool, worth #3, special sale Color, regular $1 yard, this: sale 89o ,
: ,-rd yrup manufactory hast l I A person in perfect health rarely I U.9 suit. 1. qaFive
yard. !
t" --.ibli-utd.: Mr. Soderliud is Chief White also recommendedthat catches cold, and if he does, throws : : returned and resumed practice. Remember we carry a full line of 1

.. :. :.' of the company. an additional man be placed at I II it oil in a day or two, but, where the Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at Pieces Black Shark Skin, 44- ..j i
i I Office 2'J'i: Government St., prices to suit everybody. inch Dress Goods, latest ont, regular tI .
1'1'" 'I new life-boats: from Mas- each of the truck houses on East! cold hangs on, stopping op the nostrils II Salisbury Building. Look at our Show: Wit.dow for $1 yard, this sale 89i yard. i

,, ,-. 'c' have lately arrived at and West Hill, these two houses 1; irritating the throat or there is prices on Ladies' Underwear 38 pieces Fancy Dress! Goods, wool .

t1.' : ivy yard, with a probability of I having been established during the i iI' persistent annoying cough, it is evident l Telephone 143. We: carry and a silk swell Waists line at of prices Ladies'Flannel so and Silk, regular $1 yard this sale ; ,
arrive These will be I that the system for some reasonis ---- --- -- 74s yard.
!nr: : : oon. everybody can wear one.
i : .:. re-trve at the yard to fillv past year. -- --- unable to throw oft the disease I' PLAYS AND PLAYERS. 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wool Black HEn'd
arriving here. germs which cause the trouble; a lit- Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; rietta: silk warp, re ular$I yard, this ,
i sou ships
I. STEVENS
J. sale hoc
tie assistance is necessary, and this London Is to have two revivals or"Othello" drawers to match. yard. J ;
i' '. Kuntz of Chicago is a latea 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30 pieces 30.inch All-wool Tricot >- I
the of wInter. 1
is best some tbis
by use
'. at the Escambia. Mr.Kuntzi TUt11'\LAt'OXSTHtE'fJtWELtU" : given worth hoc, special 35c; all colors, regular 35e yard, this sale ; r ,' .
: vi harmless! germ-destroying antisepticlike Sadie Martinet will be starred next drawers to match. I 25e yard. ItLrJust I 1':"
manufacturer Dealer in Diamonds, Sterling Silver
I i- Ii large timber ,",tuarL' Catarrh Tablets whichare season by Gilmore & Shea. 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Under- Received a Full Line 'r

al d .- greatly interested in alln Jewelry, Watches, Enameled i also palatable: and equally: so for Jennie Yeamans has succeeded Marie shirts, worth U I, special 75c; drawersto Waistings, regularise yardthis sale I :
i-oncerniog the yellow pine Goods, Toilet Articles, Canes, Um- children and adults. l Cahill in ally In Our Alley." match. 15c yard. .1 ;I
.. on the brellas, Rings, Bracelets, Etc., secured for 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 ladies' Ready-to-Weir Rainy- f ,}
>! und reads everything I The ballet has been
tu sell these tablets at 50 pony .
Druggists I Hair Undershirts, worth $I 50. special Day Skirts: worth $1.60, special sale : : ,
PlII"Ct, he receives.A Clocks, Opera Glasses. t cents full sized package, higher in i Klaw: & Erlanger's "Mr. Bluebeard.! $1; drawers to match, in White, 983 each. f 1 .
We are offering for the Christmas William Gillette Is already making Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-
party at the Escambiat. price than troches aud cheap cough 1'i'
.1\'I'Y holidays bargains in Diamonds, and : I preparations to produce "l1awl(>1"" next We have about 3 doz. Men's 'Silk Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, :
Mr. Stuart's Catarrh Tablets
(LI j,.;; from Cincinnati are are showing a large line to select !. syrups, but season. Shirts and Drawers, worth $3; special worth |4, special sale $2.48 each. T!' ,
II lit: 'if-inuii and wife, Misses E. from. We have everything suitablefor 1 contain antiseptic properties which i iI John Ernest McCnnn has sold a four to close $1.20 each. CO Ladies' Black and Colored :: }

us; 1 HI. iu Ureuetuau and two !I actually cure colds, catarrh and I act melodrama "Fortune's Wheel," to 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts: worth (150, special ,i r .11 ,
Christmas or wedding presents, and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale 98c each. .1 ;. ..
11llIj., Tie! party: form one of the throat and lung troubles, while it is Samuels. "
and will take pleasure in showing : I'I'a George 25c; ; drawers to match.! 37 Ladie Black Tailored ard Fig!, ; ,
of the Ohio city and notorious fact that cough drops .
I1. fau.iti: ocr goods. I, Eugenie Ilaydcn Is playing Madge 21 doz. ISoyVaticl Girl's Gray and ured Skins: worth |2 SO to $6, special 1.:
..r u'utcd with I'ensacola. and cough syrups are largely composed Chesterton In Dan Daly's production Red Ail Wool Undershirts at SOc; sale $1.93 to $198 each.ReadytoWear : t .
120 S. PALAFOX. I I
of opium, cocaine and similar: I or "Tne New Clown" drawers to match. Jackets our prico H;
V. ,: .1, di: i.miners are on the alert drugs that have no curatfre power.It i Preliminary preparations for Kirke We carry a full line of Ladies'Men' i tl.48 to $8 each. You will save It I
.. carnival in F. & A. MA .
K.bruary and and Girls' beforebuying. ,
Sheet
tiii-'t' Boy's by looking at oars
c
of "Checkers"are money ,"i
is also true that many popular I La Shell 's production ; t"
,' y. -.rdayabniuessman' ,Special communicationof ;: that we can sav you 25c on. i.
li..t.t t<> ft'aJouacard Escambia Lodge 1'0.15, liquid medicines aud tonics for catarrh :1 nearing completion.Owing Item mb -We carry a full line I 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at $1.EO ;
w.- Mobile F. & A. M., at 7:30 p. m., : depend upon the alcohol they j to Miss Lulu Closer's continued of Men's Clothing Hougnt: at Me on : to $a; worth nearly double I jI
: I I./ a .pular I "Thursday, Dec. 8. I contain which give: simply a tt> illness it is possible that Miss Virginia dollar. We will close them out at 49.Boys' Duuble.Brt>a+ted 2 piece ,8 "
i:: ui t h' H words: Work in :M. M. degrte. stimulation of real m-I Baric will take: her place as the I just !J8' price oil other merchants. I suit,.worth $l. O. special 98c suit. 'm ''
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t.IJrdi Ii .1- i.u'iival, Visiting brethren are cordially I porary : I btar of "Dolly'arJt.'II.." eDon't ;,

I'. .' ..". : Thth.--: >' '. ,, invited. for any trouble, catarrhal or other !! : 1
W. D'C. KES*LER. j wise. ; ST. LOUIS FAIR. Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look .: lr.j
THE i
'fHIt.it' i- iu ftCt'll't..f a iiatriutil HARRY W. Ginn:,, W.M. -- --- i I at Oars. Remember the Place : 1
aid illu-tratfcd dialogue: I Secretary. New Century Miiforf.. i ii i ;
is to be reproduced -
Jerusalem in miniature
!I'':-' ; iin-ub. tor and br.mdtrof, i Millions are daily finding a world I: at the woitJ's fair, fur which io5 S. Pakfox St. F. E. BRAWNER. ; :
of comfort in Bncklen's Arnica i ;
.. of C. H. Should Never Atlio. .
iuwutiT thicity. Heads SalveIt kills pain from lurti+, I i ten acres hate ln-cn allotted.Julian I 1 1I

(. ,.'I.Jr.: Uouzaltz will, intV Never endure this trouble. Use at : Scalds, Cut, Bruises; conquers I II I Ralph has boon appointed

i- iinneuce the III HILI. I once the remedy that stopped it for I Ulcers and Feverb.re.*; cures hrup- i I manager of the eastern head'iuarters

i ,i- lh\'tlltI'JII.: and THK Mrs. N. Web-ter.. of Winnie, Va. : tions.Salt Rheum, Boils and Felons; .: of the world's fair at New York city. .
W -... !1111I the -uccess bet She writes: "Dr. Kind's New Life. I removes Corns and \Vart-. Ben :I Colorado onyx, alabastine and cement BOILER WORK8 I AND MCHINE SHOPS
sick headaches
I Tills wholly cured me of Pile cure on earth. Only 23c.; at W. I will be used In the construction I
had guttered from for two 121
I I i A. D'Alemberte's druj store, ,
j
years." Cure Headache, Constipation : South Palafox street. I of the Colorado building at the world'sfair "
l i r.. I Il'Ill':1pe.t pI ice where Hiliou=n(>"s. 2->c. at W. A. St Louis. 803-805 SCUTH PALAFOX STREIT. .
i I 1.1'::iritiiiiprtiiMit* is at : D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 South i enzzard m Nortnvvest \\'. .1. Sjillman of the United States .
11 '. .!I.,Pit'tiler's, NoJl!Il Fast I 1'alafox! street. I DCS MoiiHs, Iowa. Jan. T.: -With the 'I department of agriculture is preparinga ; I aires, Cods aid d iTerjlHuE in this Line Efnt Constantly, CD Hani. fi : ,:

J L t leet. i wind blowing a: the rate of 4<> miles of the L'nitcil States made ot ]
I map .. 1
10c- 1 PrumllturkIt'a"ah),' l'1.it.t. mi' '"""
Hot Rolls at 5 p- m., | an hour Ihs Moincs: experienced: much ; plants to be exhibited at the St. Louis UPfUp <
i .. tin 3<'sor oc. !i doz., at Solomon's. I difficulty with the blizzard which isprevailing I exliililtion. H I j* ct .< PHONE 123-292..s ,<< .<< r\\:" sl I f i

throughout the noithwebt. Wallace Urucc of I'.ronLlyn. has re- | I.
There is no prwijiitation accompanying i oiiM-d the appointment as commissioner j.-

HERE WILL BE A ...: I Ia the wind. to Great: Britain by tin U..lx>rt 'WNmUNlNNrVNNIWI\\I t;!

? Burns l'\lttn association, which is to I # I i.
Interferes with Traffic.
Snow
: : ;- I reproduce on the grounds of tbe world's i
Wtst Superior \Vs., Jan. 7.-A blizzard fair :St. Louis the cottage birthplaceof
F'r. at

'1'1: t . WEDDING I head from of the the lakes noithwest early this struck moring.1 the I'"d.EClEHA.. TlE| hEWIS BEAR GO. ;fJ I 1 i.: ':.

Drifting suo'is interfering NO CLUF. NO PAY.

1 1 with traffic. Your druggist! will refund your money If : '
-AT THE- ;
; I TA/.O IINTMENTtali.tocureinngwormI! :
i I Twenty Degrees Above Zero. I Tetter.OldCleereand Kores. Pimples and i -AGENTS FOR-* '' ; :. \ .

LaCrosse, \\is., Jan. 7.-A severe : Blackheads on tbe face, and all\ bUn dls-,|

BIG AUCTION SALE OF TOWN LOTS I : blizzard Is raging here. The temperature '! a,,?.. 51'i Cents. .'i 1 .
is 20 degrees above zero. The 1i.

I snow has: drifted badly and the railroads WAHTED-FURS. I I Joe Wheeler i. :;

-MCMILLAN ADDITION.gNEXTJTOESDAY* are considerably hampered. No. 1 otter skin?........$t; IMI> to $9! 00'' i.: .
No. 1 coon kin-, large, ..Wtlltl! :
A Cure For Lumbago. No..1 tHink shins. large: HO to 1 W' ', ,

!ti W. C. Williams, of Aniherst. Va., Other hoods in full proportion. '! I.J I '

says: "For more than a y(>arJtif-1 Ask any Fensacola bank for rating e9 .,. i !:;
on me !I Cigars :
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I feted from Inmbnso.: I finally tried J, W. WATKINS, !: t. J
Chamberlain's lain Balm and it lirun wick Ua.
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"tin, ,' parties-both residents of Pensacola-are young I II gave other me remedifs entire had relief" failed which to do.all" I ec I,.i ';': :'
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,''lI .lr,- invited. i Sold dealer by all druggists and medicine', Florida Hot French Cane Waffles Syrup with at I The Sensation of the Day. ft i

SALE COMMENCES 10 A. M., SHARP. Solomon's.The ;; l : J.j l f

h, '1.1 IMS: OilWM. PIANO DRAWINC. finest line of sterling silver

I At a meeting of the directors of roods ani silver novelties is to be .GIVE THEM A TRIAL i"1"" f

FIT SIMMONS the Carnival Association: Jiiinary: found at J. I. Stephens': Prices to . : ; J
it was decided that if ticket :No. !Sal, please all. j
:XZotol: cambia.gee t which drew the $lu) piano, is not i Ir

produced l>y January 15; it will be SPECIAL NOTICE.H. rnmwwMwrnm1-1 itI

ei etseG. et4'ie..I..............................- declared forfeited, and the sale rf I : .
; another
: tickets will be resumed and I, ft
1 Alfnuc, Ufli >rella Maker, 315 : .
:
2X '
drawing held at 9 p. Fedruary .

i VISIT.$ I -- --- ----- to TjlwIf South public Falafox that he,ha wishes i no one to inform employedto the % II. C. DeSiln & Co. I i : :;:- ;

w I yon want a nice present give solicit trade and will only be responsible ,
Co friend, and look through the II n
a go ..d .F
I : for goods intrusted: to him tl-I
elegant line of suitable articles at I Manufacturer?al'd Iieilers In :
-.- '- I, J. I. Stephens, you surely can find personally. 3jlm ; \: t ."
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something want anything to please in the Diamond you. If line you Hot French Waffles with ;j \ Sash, Doors, Blinds nT i .::. I .

Beers' Repository I be sure to see him before you buy. \! Florid Cane. Syrup atSolomon's. :;: : \ Shingles, t : \.-" 1,.:;", ..

i WANTEDHIDES.Dry -- -- .! l: \ I .

i flint hides............ ...12jc t\\. lie !Z&estor Vic.frtistic !iti=.. i Builders' Materials, j .!; .1"" .

__ ........... Jfudg'm, i '
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ict.
-- ------_---_--_-_ __ Green salt hides. I ii i ,
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Tallow, in barrels.... ....... 6c fi> Lime.'I
Brick and :
509-511 South Palafox Street.ri'LL t Tallow, in cakes .... ........ 6'_ >c n> I ; I J..,: ;t : .
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i
i ti Beeswax 26 cents per pound. r = Telephones IvJo. IX. : 'W-! ;! ,
Ask any Pensacola bink for ratingon I :; r.r .
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LINE O1'Buggies -> i -- -
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e me. J. W. WATKINS FOR LUMBER _'PORTLAND CEMENT at ,
I Ih. Brunswick: Ga. I 12.60 per barrel. A V. CLl'BRS, r

Wagons and Harness < P hoto9laphy. Call on liEEKVIAN! LUMBER Corner Bra and Garden Streets.
Cleaning ladles skirts and waists CO. for estimates before placing!
t cialties. Star LatInJry. Best for oc.. # .
; .i .s one of o .r sp I 3042 Palafox Street. your orders for lumber dl6-lm Jiudgin'sfit

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.it THE DAILY NEWS. : PENSACOLA. FLORIDA,THURSDAY.. JANUARY 0, 1903.
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f I J. A VAN PELT. J. C. VAN -



: Best for medicinal uses 'AN HONEST[ BANKfR forhme Telling VAN PELT BROTHERS PELT,


does not take into consideration the one ,

.. [Crp>rjrht: :.' 2, Ly O. P. V.' -> r ] essential to woman's happiness womanly .' GARDEN STREET GROCERS.Have .

I was treasurer of ;i Ni I'r!(.;!. ir.nilne. i health. There: is many a woman
!I who.* future seems absolutely unclouded R ivid Since the Frt .
Holidays a h .
In the i cf line ,f
whiskey
Your physician will tell you that: you should al-MTS have some good ,1.lIlt;;n a yousg I, :i", :\1 ./ : :
It relieves I *Uo is marked by her own condition for ,
Louse. For act dents, fainting: bilK eXh.1UbtiOt.llnJ other emergency cases
f' and revhes. But you must have good wULey..irhae I h.iilcr in ;;li'- future e'.isuppointnent and distress. STAPLE AND FANCY

J whiskey may decided harm. HAVXEK7IIIsKEY is just what you need for it goes nearest town. Sly lazing: : fcr t ctinier 1 The\YO-I..I1: ,,1.0 GROCERIES

direct from our own disc:lerc to you. with all iu crL-ical strength richness and flavor. rc-turai-d. He nlectshzrhealthis ,
was & :e
l carrying a l-XITED STATES: KEGLSTEEED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE of PURITY pave ntg'.ect'ii the! ..' Fruits Nuts and all the Dclicacacics
of
and AGE and saving the dealers'enormous proQti We have over a quarter of a the cdviv-e a faher would give.In I foundation of the Season.

million satisfied customers, exclusively! family trade who know It is bt3t for medicinal of the second Mrs.Drer very .
July year all good fortune.FortrtheLthealth. Our Goods are Arriving Daily ac-1 you can Alva U I '
I rJt ">n .it-
purposes and prefer It for other uses That why YOU should try It. Your money back U -: : '
and Lir child went east be
to
you are cot satisfied.Direct ) Best
; Freshest and Cheapest.
lo\'closes us lustre ,
gone for a couple! of months: Within
and is but
gold
k to YOU a few days thereafter the banker began dross. ((. !-!
'ii from our distillery talking to me about taking! a fort- Womanly health J e::. VAN PELT BROTHERS

l4atlt41t41iat/ ufeht's vacation. It was finally arranged :I3\1* retained or 'e ,
Sivis Dialars' Profits! 'r..llloll.ralloal regained b y the TELEPHONE NO. 231. .."' .."' J 31 EAST GARDEN
ST.
should into the
that we ?o up
i use of Dr. l'ierce'sIa'or ...... ......
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Taos mountains to fish and hunt and te Prescripr -- -- ....."

''L have a good time generally; but to tion. It establishes At1 .
WHISKEY A.E .--ot.
HAUlER my surprise, after we had made our regularity driest ,. )A
le drains which fA ] V '< .
plans Mr. Drew said to me: weaken women,

IS *'I shall leave the bank In chargeof heals inflammation (EUCCKSSOB TO AVERY WOOLFOLK )

PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE Mr.* Williams, the bookkeeper and and ulceral:
4
crythin:: will go on as usual but it ti<>n anti cures fee ,V/I} l IMPORTER .AND JOBBER OF

FULL :22 EXPRESS ttill! IK wiser not to mention the matter I' male WL-akncis. I: -:: (/ [:j7 r-:

4 S3 cf my ?oinjI_ need a vacation, makes weak wont: t// .... --. HARDWARE.

PREPAIDWe but people\ bate an idea that a banker en. strong; sick 1.// ril
QUARTS '."mC11"el1..
ouirht sties the If \
: to right by s-hcp.
Iron Nails. AXfo.l'ilj\Vfl
Sick WO:11 are invited to consult Dr. i Saw Mill and ::!('ainl: t
it is known tILt 1 am going. there Tierce by k-tier/n'.*. All correspondence I Supplios, Cooking: and Heatiujr I"toveo. !'..imt or.:

wm tend yon FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of HAYSER'S 6EVE- will 1 lju uinr1- cr less EO-;S'I), which I hcM as s'.riclfy piivate cud sacredly : Window OlJ.-s, ()un->, Pi-tols and Fi-hiKU' T.ieKaIgato : -.
YEAR-OLU RYE for ii:J. and ue will pay the express charges. Try it and \visu! to avoid." II Pierce I
'fr II 'oudcn't Cm it all right anJ as rood as you ever used or can buy from cf-nfi.ler.tiol. Address D:. R. V. ;; awl! Tinv.iro :ami ll'iu ':?fimils'.iii'-!' ;
an}Lady eat any price: send it back at our expense and your 13.:a)will bg I cleared! up e\ rythiii5 nt the oficxjon Buffalo, N. V. : (UKi

1 a returned to you by Grit mail. Juit tlimk that offer over How could it bet a Satunl.iy. gate my sni'stihlie "1 have t',!.eli vc iutticcof Pr lierce's Favorite J JI LV.\EX FO r illllMtaQHAM: IlOUIXa MU( '
If satMled are not out a cent. Better let ro\ii-v\\ : \
t fairer? you are not perfectly you us I'rcscri; n, v.riteMl-- M te. of Orilla.Sintcoe I
send you a trial o\'t1t-r. If >ou d',n't want four quarts yours"Itgetafriend to full instructions and \banked about I 1..> ttnLirio. "ami two Ixtntsof the Revere GLint Stiicned; B>Itin;,', Not thII.r.! 11 !F', r.-
join you. b'iiipn.e&t made in a plain sealed caae\\it_ no marks to how\\'bat'sOrders 3.'ttl'1 in gntiiback Daikncs I'lltint l.J.;: b' aVtii ad"I..d for congo'mn I II 11'heel'y..I.'fzlntzRind -,
in.le.: I ot u'.trui. ovrLs.; ana "eak""s, am:ranililv l''Wdrt'o..J.m is I K -
i for Ariz..Cat Col.. Mabo Mont.N'ev..N.5ler Ore..Utah.Wash.or coming on as we left town, and the s>v tli a '."tr medi -ie has hun the tut ins ol sjruins.! Iron Km.and: Buck SMV'" dud Rnu, -. '.\'
V.'yn. mUM tic on the basis rf 4 Quart" for ....00 t>r Expre streets were: pretty well darted, and I rest >nncrtetg>""'! -'"..,llh ,';-alll. which 1 had Cocas & : o.'s iliw Hicc Lice Lrati..-r. "M -u .
Prepaid or ::U quarts fur H16.OO by Freight I'repaJd. n<.t li,.:i t.r ever th>ve ratio until taking \"urnuiliur.e. ?.
In K-ttinj out ue did not l-ass anyone 1 I l'ank: \>.II vrrv much fOf'ourt.hltl :
Write our nearest office and do It SOW who! saluted us. The banker' held, I ant i>n>:ntt::1"II.lI.II1\:1 It tier a,kiu;:aJ\'ice Color.0i1ic :
P.t.
"I'avotite I'rearription has the testimony ;gj It tut t F
the reins, and we rode full lifternmiles :
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THE HAYNER DISTILLINO COMPANY I of thousands of women to its coatplete -
over the moonlit road before -
M "nANn GA. DAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS MOo ST. PAUL MINN. turning off and going Into camp for 1 cure of womanly diseases. Do not ['fq
accept an nr.kncvvn 31l 11: DiaTILLTBT, TnOT 0. EST-U3BKD IBM.if the ni;;ht. I in its place.Dr. i ,

At daylight: nest morning I saw: the I'ierco's Pleasant Pellets clear the

a n1 -- = --- contents of the wagon for the first i complexion and sweeten the breath. v.I. H BDDT AND SHOE MAKER
( time, and there was cause for wonder. ,
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1 A SURPRISE PARTY. THREE CROOKS C\PTUhD.: There were two blanket, two basketsof 1- REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

food and two rifles, but no tent and I Deputy Counsel General I III. iA.Ji1 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes
--- Leather A
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I ;:: Finding,
Paris. Jan. 7.-Vice and
Tken Tow Police no filling outfit while the only cooking deputy coun-
The Story of a llri-t-Dl Little fatally Same Esd iV'4i: In by ,
t i Dinner Party In I'urin. of Memphis. utensil was a tin coffeepot There sel General Edward B. MacLean is PHONK: lil... 007 SOUTH PALAFOSTQFRT.:: : .

.\ Paris ri.K--.tnin n.iiiKil 1 .wI:11 Memphis Ton.. Jan. 7.-Three men was one other article in the wagon. It critically ill of acute pneumonia which -

was a large, old fashioned satchel and begun with a light attack of grippe a
n' Iced :i tcl i''"" from 11:1\ n':1 t'iwtlajs giving! their names as John Kstellf1. : ,

11:0 liifonniii! him that umt.f his George Rogers and Thomas Clark |I i lit was full to !bursting and had two week ago. Pneumonia developed yes-

$ II<'IH\VS! .vLu Lad lived in Ahi lii'M for I wore ari'pstoJ Tucsda by six police j i| straps buckled around it so that it tl.'l day evening, and his condition wa The Star Laundry

; could be carried as a knapsack. We pronounced to be dangerous. H*
the last twenty yenrsvis almit to 1'."- officers on Main street, and frou articles ,
j i
turn to I'raniv. The tclixrrin. iiiM.il found ia the possession! of the i i ate our breakfast in silence, and then showed no improvement today, and hla
Drew said physicians held a consultation. Biggest Busiest Best !
IV that tl.c J.i'.lll'wHIS nn\i<.us; t.j i-ntfr- men, Le police: believe! a most Impure : abruptly : Deputy ,
"1 aia about to explain matters to Consul General General J. O. Alli-
hill his rclntiri.s at diiiii.'i at a r.-r-tuti- tant: capture has been effected. .
: >'on. I >o you know what that satchelcontains' son Bowen is absent In the United
rant in 1'aris nfur wliidi ilnrc \\ .1:1.1 The m.'n cane to Memphis Sunday !

lieu tlh-lriJlltlo! of sminNf iiuUt'l. from Josefboro. Ark., s'aa.1o\\ed' by a I ?" States on a sick leave leaving Consul

1 The uii< li> !>Mi.tl the inxiMiioti-. The Kansas City ilttectlve. The officer i "'..." General Gowdy without any Important I They SpeakI

I nrpiieAV July attired aii'l was n-tvivrd 'i fit once nctiSci) the j/olice department j "'MoM-y-greenbacks. ,, gold, over ?::;o,- officials to assist him in the most trying I I
fe ;w in ::::1. I have rubbed my own period of the year. I
with KTinl Losyitalitv. uri the i.an.iivtlook end tit hfUtP where the men lodged : ; .
( .as.k and leaving homo, family and
am
:i 111:1! ('('. ('.\t'rs l Itlaid! fi r Vlittlt.;! I has !b,cn < iS'y! gbJ.rit1l'e.! -- '
fuir.try (.JI'I'H'r. I have !been i-lauuing 4L.J t flieiaselves.U!
"i'' Thf tr.ivti. r rrcaNsI a int fawr.ll.h! ,I Tie three: men :left the house toe this tiling fur i'ears." I I I ;NIGHT ALARM. !I II I ) \

(; iMipiTv-i'1!! uiM'ii his r.litiu. :111,1 I I-M! >?-ther and Ttre iramediately! arrtste'l. I' I was dub! with astonishment, and I Worse than an alarm of fire at night'is i

sumo very 'Mrai.ri'.iiriray! : >>! .rics < f his One man tnlcavoreJ t) escape, but a wiiioi! Inking up cr changing his I the brassy cough of croup which i We let the Shirt.l"'II.r*

n! adunt'.ins amt! HI'> ;;1'111 rtll..' i'i .\ ?:,'J\ froM an oCif-er brought him to | sounds like the children's death knell'' .
1.11"I I I' ( ioius l.e I lontiitufd: : and Cutls we Launder speak *
land it death unless omethiiir Ii I
means
ici. i nkr. On bring search- I (
I :omrt! !'lTn
: "lhi.aiUioii is blind. I left
+ only a
; At tlii- c.nrlusH.n if Ilt.- f. not I:.' a1l' I ] i is done quickly. Foley's; Honey and thennelves. They will talk: Inol'-r
i' t a yeti pint( Lottie of nluo lycer- ; on SatUi'ihiy niyht;; b<> us to get a lung .
' r.i.niii-i'il that a fiii-tu I litii.itii chic I Tar never fails to give instant relief than we can.Ve want to b. : i L-..J
r.e 'Ats foard oa each of the thre1ir.rn .-'.art. I bru.mht along because I'at.lc'l'J1)l'all j
tYYYMMM W !:UIU 1:1' Ll.i'W Wl'll had "'lIHIo..! I'lliiju you 'I and quickly cures the worst forms of more by the work we d' : 'I n i. oy
and ea<>h was heavily! armed. An \\ )' in the wilderness. It'I j Mrs !'. L. Cordier. of M.injuiiiKton -
; iu ratil\.I. Curl ,- 1 croup.
it I= "crn n< i-r < what we
! steK outr.t of f'ihes. caps, bar suap amt !is a mutUr of 3..H J miles from here to I Ky., writes: "My three ,, say.
a "i-r-t i plrxr's for ;Ia w.iu;: >'d,1 i r.it'itilv
t otncr atilca Wire also fcund. Ill Paso, with hard and dangeroustrateling ; year old girl had a severe case: of :
and sihcr Into !.1. iT.- ,I '
: T ::" l'trrI:
l and you are to go with me." croup; the doctor said she could not i ALL WORK C. 0. D.
: Ills own watch and cliain! in a niil.iiand live. I bottle of I Goods Called! f fur and Delivered frL ,
DCf.iAND: ; NEGRO REGiGNATlONS.V.'nit : I sat and Hared at him and wonderedif got a Foley's Honey j
4 a-kui Lis! ?ui"-is to !1'1,1 I Miii iluir -- I Ir it were not all a dream. lie had I and Tar; the first dose gave quick re- TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-
linRsvitili< s and otlur J. WI 11'0). | lief and saved her life.1' RPfuesub-: ,
that 114' ruldd iIlll"lrlh'lh.- |ii.(i' I I r ; People Want! fie Black PostalClerks : spoken very seriously, but I could not sl lute!?. W. A. D'Alemberte 121 S.I WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
I I I ; to Give Up Jos: :. credit him. I was about to say MJ: i Palafox street. ,
!: ltrin.tt was niinpliid uilli! and lhi ;
jewelryteas! pl.u-i-d in t ii.ipl.iii.Tlit ,I New ()rI ans. I.a., Jan. 7.-The "c-- when he turned full upon me, and then :. .
'; I knew the worst. The man was in- ------ -------- -- -- ----
r till IIH"t over the (I'-.slns of the postoftie -
? nephew r'iMand nijiiiicil them
Et IndinnolaIi'l.! ., by PrtsidtntIjr mne: I II II .WILL
at
to MTI hilfiuv. lie said I it a:,!> n ..
l'ndr his direction I removed .
k the J everything
til.
>i-\t.; is spreading over sou JK
ary tlH'huul.1 !Ln ill .Ial i.II""s fur a Tonic
.'ri.U disnattliPs; i 'cfived he from the wagon, placed the harness 7r
>
ftw i:: I show white otile living along in it and then drew !It over the ,
the iiri-i"-' ) and: when it was rumilrlf.lThiy | d -t i WEST SIDE
I GROCERY
tiro. The horse had been
i probably
wiitM see the suri'ii"1 he 11:1411'1'1"IT,1 | the lints of the! Autii-.ma anl'kks.-
and turned louse as I haw his tracks later
fur thi-iii. The rir'Iru! light; was b-irg. tb"' Vi.-Lsburg. Shrevepoit! I
ut!. WluM the was well afire,
rilgsi| .ljt'i!. The diiifis sit in d.irk- Tatif.! '. thf I.'iis\iie! and Xashvillo: wagon HAS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OF
i.2* the banker loaded his ritl,'. motionedme
'%-j tied t'iil'l1't. f.n1 a few IlIiIlUI!',.. t 111' and tie rnhere railv-sys! have demand I yt3 47 i!

1" 'f the party Ir' uur iiui>.iticit! and I. : -,! the imlUlatt'i'SI! r.at"ons nf t'l d-j the: same and then lifted the f 1'1'L' f Fish Roe, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, [Barrel Olives,
sU dltl on my shoulders and made it -
tlnicU: a match tn.d llfii it:1" found neio i-ortal dei}:., running! on thost II Mackerel Buckwheat
I I f.ist. lie toile: laskets ai.'l blankets, it Mincemeat, and Everything
t that tinn.pin'w had di'tami'i'dith 1 roails. So far no \iol i lf n< e has been: i i. W're' Cordial.
and wt- sit "!f fur the mountains.At ) !
the jiii\i.irj.- l.nuildli! lilulif. red orteJ. The test si>erific reneJy for Kept in a First-Class Grocery
;5: .l..c-I. ; I told him I ci.uld go no

i farther: and h, consented tu go: Intoedimp. I w.Malaria! and Typhojd I, FOR EVERYDAY COXSUMPriON OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASION.
rnt 91v'n Co"d Btarprtu"ter". Madame Wu In New Orleans. Fevc-rs, I

At 111:1: >' of the >:uo.itinIn :; twin utnurntS 1 I. New Orleans. Jan. ;.- ladal1e.u., I CodsInfuerrac! I A Car L rd cf 113
i We pet in a bard day of it again next t Jaslly ceM-ate.! Majestic Flcnr> Just! Beceml
ri1!.' rai'ws, unin'rics and the tu 1 11 it Wife of the former Chines minister iv vw ... I
.a
d.iy. n.iI Img nlmut twenty mil.-". as I I
' Las: bran l1'ul'rhl,1 that fat writ are .1 i the United States, is in the city today
tiguriil it. When night came again, I i
'ruing to UILfr >!it a.s Nh.irp.-hoDtcis, I i I accompanied by Mr. Chang Chun Seen < drltnninid! hat to don the morrow.I

and thtu* lias: lucn iiiiuli >-|> "nil.iti-m i She was received by ras-sonj Traf .
I loud a p-Mktt oiliip.i. tvliile he had WICFE&Co.
sis to tic rcibon. Tiuro i U no KA roa- fic Manager S. F. 1J. Morsf. of the nui.find 1 did n<.t know of mine. I washrililid I The Beer

lion My! tic nl''a I.f MI|>.'ifliimis tlovh.should Southerii Pacific. Miss :Morse will! th-tt Iiniiio lay t'> the northeast :

Id: Scil lii tliis! M-I.'c'tiiuand travel with Mrs. Wit to ?an Francisco i'.t.d :IMI that he did rut luoIs

1 ; \Mi2ihri.l: | ..rime !if tn-y! give attuitimi i where the latttr. sails for China. direction. If I had the lead I wouldgradually I That Made ; Plumber! Gas and Steam Fitter
i
I Ii ,
t to it. Ntr\i.us uicriry plays no ,
turn to the imrtht-ast. ai.d !if
little prt' : I'i Ia..r"lIIa 1Iollii". To IK-- I I STATE OFOIt1OCiTVov'I'oLEUO, (# .S he failul would il'jt
LUCAS COUNTY. ( suspect me \< I D DANHBtImn F F&Mg& U S No. i South Palafox
'1 Street.
1 come a sitarriNliiMiiiT: IIKmti>t h.uo a I FRANK J. CHK.NKY makes oath :him liniue in about three days. The !

\\l K d <'j".'. subtly Puce and I..- an cx- that he is the senior of the I."a! had full possession of lie next I i All Kinds 01 Plaaiblng and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on llnzi7UMCPHONU
partner ,
,-Rt'I! : ;11'1:1'; i.f di;,.taut,. It has liifllroyj n.on.ii.g when we were ready tj setout .
firm of F. J. Wfi .
. I Cheney & C }., doing; -ISVICTORIA- PKN8AOOLA. "'L.*.
>. .iii-t' that: fowcr fat ni"ii w-ar btI Incas in the City of Toledo but what did the cunning; rascal : I .

yi-tl.s..- th.iji tu' ihiir tl.in\ an 1 II.TV- i""inty and state aforesaid, and that d.i (but take the lead himself and hold : ."--- .. _-

,114 lit!;::..>,ii:<. i'i.'" ,ir.s (rum pins' "rrt aid firm will {pay the sum of ONE to tin- south. :

:c '('li'ti: ':. |Miviiiis; appiaN: f, tin' ",t.llltfllot'T. m'NIMKD 1)OLLAHS for each Whe-n night came again, I determined 1 I[; MADE BY ACME BREWING CO. I TIME TABLE.

.
I } "':1<1 ll-' i-.>!l I.<.slliHlllv| d.M s llin and I'Vl'f'u"e of Catarrh that cannot on another plan. The first
i, BF: T 1O-CBNT liOflLK KKKU
lM W( :.:; It .1 t''>i.\ nv .'f :API' yards or be cured iiy the u-e of HALL'S signs i.f daylight: saw me putting It : IS TOWN.DANNHEISSER. i, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-

\jfr.VhlIo: a ides with a s'.ioitiiu! ;.vi' CAT A IUUI CCKK.FRANK. :U \l1'wtit'l'Ir.. Drew had! used the I IN EFFECT DECEMBER I. 1901

z can Li! tile:; any wit of a ": .'al'lIl with CHENEY. sitclcl for a pillow !but his head BROS.'II.
Sworn to !before. HIP and : ub sure '.1' !I.'';:< i-ljil.: ;: tu! siti1i.| !io''ttr my pre-ence, this 6th day of December .Tpped\: <'ff. siJ'd he was sleeping soundly. I AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED New Orleans and Mobile.

tt'j the r.Ii. ia Mld..in it With the 1 made of meat and
n exp I I A. D. 1SS6. up a package --* '

1'artun. and tier \'I'l'sa. It is IIio: IUTVeasand bread from the baskets, got hold of I I. f Harper VhistEl. No,6. t o... No.1. I N0.1. No.l. No I,

thin 111:111 who K'-iuT.illy linkeriLfUst SEAL. ( A.W.OLEASON, my ri"e and the satchel and then I T:15. 12:15111 11:06 p Y"aye_. P@Dlacola _Arrive 5:00: a 4:00: p tab p

"I \1 in the lii'lil; with the sh.it- ---v--- Notary Public.HallV ,, cautiously withdrew from the 'aUip. 8:50) a 4:7 p 1:02. L ave_. \omaton_ Leave 2:1'5. 2JI: p 1a'JI: P
;v 11:00 a 4.::12 P x:65 a I L..ave._ Mobile ,_.._ Leave 12.118 n't 1t:16 n 6'J6 p
t gunftrrg, IX Stiu-khouso in Ix- tii"s Catarrh Cure is taken internally I figured that as soon aa he missedme Main House-401 8. Palafox stieet. ...___" $I/ip TJ: s 1 ......... _N"w. Orlesns lfava 1IIIJp T:25 s__ .

WI'dly. and acts directly on the he would go back over our trail. R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Derot..
_- u __. blood and mucous surfaces of the North.
and so I headed to the east to descendthe
t Send for testimonials free. P. O. Box 2S1. Pensacola, Fla. -
.. .. rystem. ,
i The f.\I F.'J. CHENEY & Co.. Toledo 0''' range on No. !. No. .. No.1 No. I.
idol railrwd built Phones 116-268.
tinesiHriuu by -- -- i have been half a mile from camp when I l1tJlipm 115pm Lt.ve.Peo.acol.Arrlye .:OOpm 6I'IUIi

the r.frni.i'i 'oMTinm-nt between r.i-r- Try Gunther's Candies at | I heard him 'ellll-;:. Thinking; he was I 8:15am 8:51pm ArrIVl_ oDtltomer7I.aTe 11:15am e'IpDl
I _._ 1I:5 am 8Ipm Arrlve_ lrmlnllhamLe8ve: ;S8.m .::06pm
of --- ----- -- ---
Jill and /.OSM-U a now type express ; on niy trail looked around for cover.On _..
Solomon's.
train is to ,be It MiiI nest jfi'r. The I i I my left was a mass of rock and a I, .Leave:15pm: : !:Uilm
.
OPERA HOUSE 1IfIII.m Arrive _
T:2Oam ClnclnnatlLeav.
: 8:00pm 1I:16pm
t-I fiii.atons ruiuire that the train I ffl'l't m was au iK-ning.: It was 'Oam' lamp m Arrlye... _Kt.Loolt.Len's I :15pm Npm

skill'; maintain a s-pinl of :;.'\cilty-four SEND YOUR ORDERS I I not large: enough to shelter me, but I !i i : _

nut a half tulles an hour fur throe cone crowded the satchel Into it and then PEN JACOLA. AND RIVER JUNCTION.
I|
ttiH'hollrs. III ord'-r to diniiiiWi the i i set off in a wild flight that lasted for ; DO YOU LIKE A GOOD SHOW? I II I -

air n-sistanoe as much as possible the to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or :i I miles. I i No.-Jl-IJally- No. B-IJalljj I No Hop where time not shown so. 2-Da1l7 I INO. r.-1Ja: :1/"
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entire train inrludiiu the locomotive, electrical work. Repair work a :f It was night!; when I got down 11:55 p m 7:00 am 'Leave Feniacol-._Arrive 10:50 p m t-M fa
shell of sheet steed specialty. I THERE IS ONE COMING TO 11:15: night 1:11": Robemla.... 1037" /A; "
will be Inclostil in a among the foothills.! I had seen noth- "
liSO: 7HI" Ynleatra 10:84 to 8:01":
jointed so us to secure flexibility in lag of the banker., It required two THE OPER\ HOUSE FOR 1:1:211": 7:1 It _Escambla_ to 10:112 to B4T6t5 '

rounding curves, uniform in size from STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, i, days to get back to town and another ONE WEEK It:3V'It'I': '. 7 7:18:25: to to "" .--_-__ Motet Harp.'t_ to 10-ta 10:11 "" i I 6:40: ''

end to cud and prcM-ntiug no i rojections THOS. COXDOX, Captain, day to organize a party to go In pursuit 12'10"; 7:116" to _G.ltClty_ to 10:16 6z7 K
to catch the air. The front of the I of the lunatic and the Coiuiuvntin? I P 1:1'1111: 7811 to to ___ Milton __ 10:10 6.90 "
money.
will make regular trips! between JAN. 1:80: a m .._. It to _? Own Range_ to __ 4.Mi4.a :
engine will be wedge bhapetl, and the There were twenty men in the party, MONDAY, 0HOYT'S 1:1\:1": 8:1:1": ". ?..,_ Haiti __ .. 1:30 .
wheels will be of the disk instead of Pensacola, Point Washington and and we were two days in finding the 2-O" 8:30": to MllllgauCre __ 8iII: I 4.11 ."
to tilt "
1:53 8:38" tflew_ 4:00
the Fpukiil pattern and will be inclosed Freeport. Leave Baylen street spot where the wagon was burned. I 8:00" 8,M to .. ___U e r Land ,. aae i 154 If

as far as possible by the protecting wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive When our last camp was found there ':1S"! It 8:10" "" __ Mossy Head __ to sao I ':14 ""
4.08 8:111I" ..DeYDDI.lt8prtnll.to 8:13 to ItI
sheath. Steam is to be the motive at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. lay the blankets, there hung the baskets 4:1N 1:1f.. __._ Argyle. 7:44 to I IJI If

the previous experiments have and there was f r. Drew's rifle. .:.0' 17' _Ponce de LeoD.to T8" I !:1I If
power Leave at 6
Freeport Tuesday
a. tu.
r 6:00" 1/:10' __Wertrflle.2:17 j 1:6 M
Company. :
Comedy
ing shown that electric motors at high and arrive at Penacpla: 6 p. ui. same : Un waking up and finding me gone he ':08 to 10:15' .. __ C.r7Yille_ to 1:1J" Iti.:

s1s unduly strait! the track.O.A.&TOn.A.. day. Fare, round trip f:>; one way, had rushed off and doubtless! become '.IIS" 10:90 _-._ '. to ':156" ini r
ACTING SPECIALTY to It ft
4:00" 10IT" _ChlpUy.._ 17
$3. 12nlrnFoley's 18 6 6:80 It 11:0'7" __.Cottondale.1:18! It 11.S1J.4 BOCt
lost.We I PEOPLE PEOPLE I I2u rI : "
never found the banker. We 1:00" 11:23 _Marlanna..... 8:00" :
Kind YM A! : 7:80" 11tA.. ... 6:11'I" 11:15 tam
-.10, : asS3iiff_)[' Honey and Tar found the !bag null it contained nothingbut I Nights in New York, W la Boston. T.o" 11&! ..,..Gran rest.-Ridge_ fjlIt.: 11:22.::

etg UI d; clothes.;\ M. QUAD I T:5S" li:05 Do'n ,. _,_ Nneadt It 6:1l" 10:91:
t4"1/ cures colds, prevents pneumonia i Popuhr Prices-10,20 and 30:. 8:16" 1216" Arrive.Hirer<3 nc tlon .Leave 6:10\ .



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.. THE, -DAILY' "- ,, -NiN8i PEI IbAbbLA, FLORIDA. THUA9OAYa JANUARY e. :1953' }"13 +: '
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Matine Girl THE MAN WHO McNAMEE'8 BAD BREAK. The following letter tell the story ft&
The :
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-- of the larget pren.ii: m ever paid on REMOVAL

TALKED OF DEATH : Enjoined Paper From Publishing Edi a single lift : j -: )llN
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at the Play torial Favoring Opponent ( ,ri'-i' .'p.
"Denver Aug.! 8, 1902.-Mr. X. E. ( ""
Tallahassee Fla., Jan. .-Public -* *>*t*> W i < iXSS f 't-.t-i

[Original] men here at the capitol and the many Burns! The Mutual Life Insurance ft 1ft.' f, i"

THE MOST ATTRACTIVECALENDAR r r A number! of us were sitting In a prominent lawyers who are here today Company of New York : Jacob Morris ;,; htl:tJ

restaurant. The dinner was over and to attend the opening of the new term "My Dear Sir-T take pleasure in

8 a eit we- were enjoying coffee and cigars. of the supreme court are laughing HAS MOVED FROM RAILROAD ; 't- .

We fell to talking about death and over the bad break made by the lIon. acknowledging receipt of policy for STREET TO HId OLD STAND, I i ftl< N

from that to Joking about our own Robert McKamee-the "Napoleon ol $250,000 issued on the 3'g! ptr cent 'ti.T-* f-

OF THE NEW YEAR ) + 1aI probable exits from the world. Suddenly Florida Politics"-in Tampa a fen guaranteed gold bond plan, for 136 East Intendencia StreetHere }

(1903)ronftts .. v -1 -I a man sitting at a neighboring Cays ago, when he applied for and se-
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of sir "hoots.*ach 15 .% r ice'I table, with his back to us, turned and cured from Judge: Wall & preliminary which I have already given you my yon will find a Fall Line of Ifjt tt. wfi

loi,l llim In 1'b bat} *Rive.WIth it an the true 'P' /) I faced us. I shall never forget his face writ of injunction restraining the pub- check No. 1.642. for 1203.150. in full HcntolJ cud Ki'ch' Fnruitnrc i'l' :a.

f"IJI'otocuon rcol-relJ-tt.of The one,accompanT.rJVf of Uu sod. 1 t 1' or the expression It wore. It was the lication in The Union Label a Tampa for all payments thereon. This I n t ;.'o ,;:,. .

!jti ...- .' reduced ID sir, ana oldest face I ever saw and looked a trade journal of an editorial Indorsing Mattre e", Carpit, Rugs: Mat- '1! -4
rii..t thtl enlivening effect of the terrible reproof at our levity on sucha understand, is the largest premiumever } :
/ Governor W S. Jennings for the
tings Quilts Stoves and
pdonnL Kivs but an nnjM>rf!'ct everything 1 :. It
r rt / solemn subject. in the world ,. .
Id.a of the beauty of this charmm United States senate to succeed Senator paid on one policy. in the Hou e.J.o'urnhhinlt "" tJ
of flat**. "Gentlemen," he said I rising and James P. Taliaferro. McXamee:: : .
senea % This makes total
my holdings in Line at Moderate Prices for .J. G'f ;
la oblate It.-Sent any- coming toward us, "how different is
ii ir opposed to the but this

olnor. l t"""I, lt.tupa pr"p1.ec" In:.UmP Oa nn receipt pnollilid+ and a of on Globe Mr.LaM fly. ,_S \ r would be your conduct should I announce action of his is already governor proving to bea Tbe Mutual Life Insurance Company Cash o: oa its Instalment Flap. miJ Mee.:. .f. : 4 4I'

tetpt-,(0lahelalen 1 from a Uold nand / \ to you that before the clock boomerang of tremendous energy. over f6 OOOO. and after thorough e
Acpn.tare and the it ,.iI'
(Bev" ..; d..lgn pit fur label lion a plate oft.dda.n t /- \ strikes 12 tonight one of your number The effort to muzzle the press fail investigation, I take pleasurein '.$ 'It .}
Ia .n:OR.fnr ik'PNaI1e would to .[
< pass another existence .
'hlla Englhoh Bacoai i R \ J ed utterly, for The Union Label editor }"
f..t.1.OK.. II mil your rnsil!drah calendar'r hillin'on lheea wIf 4 Had he really announced the fact immediately launched another trade recommending your company to 453SEverJ *oman I ; :,1 :,tl

w..t tltotrmetampl! ten wind 01 the effect could scarcely have been Journal from a job printery containingall all persons looking for protection to jSa ?A\W\\\ 1*tolCTetlJa and ihoul d kww tl !:h
Ii ordrrfir one piece either of greater. A cold chill passed over every +\'l\\ l\ about iLe aonAefm :1> ." .f..
Le this pr-xlucu mentioned and his editorial stuff. But the same their families and investment for WJOSMl, MWU Whirling Spray .' ,.
of the dealer '
the come one of ,
ui us.
s.n c.rouill.1' whom wtah It delivered {JoCirTYIJ'RANA effort is already hurting Mr. McNa- nM'new lylolNelgte. J fL fci ..." .' ',:,
Tbu.f.:cnftbeprtre 01 this ". "Let me tell you of an incident" thestrangl'r themselves EBEN SMITH. r-i ivvtov anJ Srrrwa. lt t->af. '
ttn l n"lIt'IIrIr1'.OI'IIIMUparcb. mee, as it has opened, him to charges a 'r
ra1 : y eel-Noel Co".*"""* t
ar'J..tl rot ttie 6abuvUie .
..... 01 eltD -----'_--... continued, seating himself of unfairness press muzzling and per- Iii KCKj WILLCOV, Manager, 1 ti r
th ace txidi f
u..u\1uu..1 "that happened just before' the battle t ri
secution. Close friends of Governor Jacksonville Fla. WMeMa" + .
PACKING CO Armour Station Kansas City Kiruas of Buena Vista. We 'tIwpa. U* b .
ARMOUR were expecting to Jennings are elated, holding that such M4n | tI t-
meet the H. II. THORNTON, Agent.Fla. alai but Mii4 r iup for nluiitralnl 7 iJJ\11
('ncmf""l're 1
raM G {
lank U
methods employed against him are bony t
"', there?" Pensacola. full ,Ntnii'nlr> aiMt fiir .iinn.In* V I.
you Interrt'rted one .
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sure to redound in his favor Iaau.blrwlaidra MRlft.LCO.. _
.\ lure Cofn.Ic'r.e FREAK INVENTIONS. o? our party.: One queer feature about It Is that: -- -- --- Room &o Tlmea Hldt. New York. In. 11,

: \\" I'r.-iitir a watchman livi "Was I there?" The stranger:; lavished ; Mr. McXamee is an active candidatefor :.. 1

I: .: :. i :'Liurg' f..rir tuiuty year Cranky Devices That Are Offered to a low, singular: laugh unlike any I the speakership) of the house in Try the NEW Want Column. I jtiulitq's/ lire 23t'sl /'r 5r. [-tT :

!L ..1 I i !ih> IHI' :.MN'Iiiii. a coin which the War Depsirlment.What had ever heard before a laugh that the legislature! soon to meet here, and 3 .j j't I

'. "| {t., 1 I.1. worth S7.IMU It is ain buts become of the rank Inventors had I given way to my feelings would Is be friends. His 1 !'

''d.: ..... |1,1' to laid was made iu 140 ? They have diopprd.iff luateri.illy have set my teeth to dialUring. "Yes; supjKiFed to the hunting has *.'.* -.. .;._- ...".. ---.. -";.;-n"- -.'".,. ..."---'..-..;-",--, 'i.---- .--'SJ- It ,, !, j,
antagonism who
; to .
governor 6r ta..L. W e ,:w :W.. v.I1 WQ mil; W
I; 1'. 'l I 'n'! roi:i was giun to him by a with their freak Ilt'\\I'I'S\ during: I was on hand he went on. "1 was: --- : Rt f .
friends the
I many among lepresentatives j I
I lr' 'hn..n, win Lad picked it up the pastcar, and those interested In standing rear a party of young otliceil : ( ; t
-is thought here to have put him :
1 j'I,ipJiTiiinS or the voild.11111'-1 the u\I'III| in the product of human Ingenuity who were talking upon the very subject I out of the running for the speaker- ID Roberts & Dailey, :| : i' :'1'I' t?

in \iiniirs ago fl ltli.ls( hare every reason to be apprehensive you hate been discussing. They ship.

II ,.' LI up" I'u-nttr. and he believes that the originality! of thesepeniusrs were all boys nothing but toys, to I ): -DEALERS 1-1 '':1' J3.; : r )
Mr McNamee has been regarded ,
I i
.. .nlit ulitaln -M".Nion( of the whom death looked farther off than I 'I' 1
t: ;; '' : t'i p ) : has deserted the held. During (
\. .ilii.!;;:Iy rare ('(lhl. Ha has now I the past jearwy little in the way of the starry firmament. They were I heretofore as an exceptionally shrewd S J :! .j'
politician: but this view is hard to CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. 1"1.4.. 1.
ij ;
j 1".1 a in a are I'l.u-e. f-'o: far as is imciitive dddities has been submitted Lieutenant lrice of the cavalry, Pierceof ; ,
reconcile! with his latest! empbjmentcf \
l<,".+ .i ili> ie is but one other like It in for the ('Oii'-idfratiiin of the war depart- the rrtlllory! and f-'kiduiore of the !t.:! .

ts -'. ;" m nt. Tho aerial pun carriage or, in i staff. They were making a pool to be "government by injunction"Gate '.*!*< Now Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. Ji, :;,.

other' words, the airship designed for divided L..twl''Ithe survivors or sur- 1 f Ij:)\. FRESH SUPPLY OF |.3'| i i' I.: ;r. II
Dollar Bill
1 I'url"t I war purposes' s-enis to have been for- \I\or after the battle. The fools didn't Elew Sixty: Miles an Hour.

11. \ I'I'.irlinm deputy clerk of Pea ntten. There Is still howe\er the as- believe any of them would be killed. I Kansas City. Jan. 7.-A gale hag .
RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS
J J"a... has in his PU!'S<.SMOU an Ih'xltlllg shell that weird projectile Were there not old generals and colonels prevailed in this part of the state for t ( i \1 1'j j. .

lJ.ll11g: : pUce, of Coutllh'utallllonry I which on bursting PulTocates the ene In the service who had fought the past 12 hours. As a result trainsare )! OF ALL KINDS !

Ii;, 1' viiapo of a foity-fhe dollar bill my. There is also the winged shell' to battles unscathed? They forgot the more or less: delayed and telegraph |i1'?' FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. "iei) ; ,,;,1;, :;
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4
j. .1 Jail. H, 177'J. On this bill the to the gun. Our old friend the ball under the doctrine of probabilities one I pled. At Lawrence Kans., the wind I!::. ROBERTS & DAILY t' I 3

Fstates: of America are obligated I[. beating projectile Is aN represented, I or more of them would be killed or at blew GO miles an hour. The mercury ) r 1 1 ,)1 ,

t., j''.) the bearer forty-five Spanhh: but there I is little that Is Lew or startling i least wounded; they' forgot that Death I to. wined close! tr the freezing! joint. [h| 218.220 Wright St., Eastof Union D pot. !I !r : 1i i .;. / .

11. ."' 1 dollars, or 1111 equivalent In gold I I ; unless we except a "military is on every battlefield and does not like Tl' *r r" sn; \ Phone l.>f i. IVns: ) I'M. 1( '

ur. ...r. The names of Hall & Sellers I gaff," a proposition that the toe of r to be laughed;: at. I 'L- : ___ : Ia. .!! ,, ,t<
a '
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bill itT'TiT.i.' o. T.. !:...TI'PT1iT'i. .. -'_ .TVA. = fW
IIi'; : ni the : as the printers. The boldier's I Olt be equipped with a spike, ".\ !shot followed by a volley a roar : ", W..W.:r.W A.VO. I .rNWAWQ W.r ... .?.: : 1 t i

I, ii a goal state of prt'sPr\'atluu, I presumably to make his kltk more shouts opened the fight. The three officers 'f t t.
t I \ t- found many years ago among I dashed !
away to their respective A WEAK SYSTEM.
IMlgnant. There are two women who ;
::.' :'" tof the late Janus 15. : A LEG A WING 1.t ,
COg-I have appeared with coutrhances. One, I posts. In ten minutes Pierce, who was I : ,,:'

L..I a omi-.iii llf Senator Ilanna: has, a canteen in command of a couple of field guns, '. When the stomach is weak the whole AND A CUTTING OFF "i. ; :
I filter which she has annually offered was shot in the I'n'\-t.> : ; I was standing :: system becomes weak also because .

\ IVlrllie.l fat. for conMdtration by him at the time. The bullet 1 I it is from the stomach we receive "; :
and which bal! i' THE BREAST OF A NICE 1
\\ 1.:1:i hiiiitnu; tho ether day at j jn I II ;
struck him the left side and turned Besides weakness
been as regularly "ii.it recoinnu'nded." on strength.:! you I
I. lull.KITIHT! and Th<>' other has a rubber oomvd bridle. him round. The last image he saw 'puller from Lisa OK AI-PITITE, TURKEY FROM i i'iim '.
\.I'. f.un-1 a i 'tnfuHl cat I bit which offered w as-mj'self. NAUSEA, HEAlIA<'IIE. INIHUFETIOX, 1j .
was aa substitute
: .' 11'iinU of a li-oautl trw.I. "An order was sent to the todu11'I' [ CONSTIPATION AND LivER TKOIHI ,
.. ; .)'..,111\,' ir.inlul\ into the I Iz for the sled article supposid to he too I cavalry I II.t8.t'or these complaints you cannot I' :
I I.
them
Seeing I ,
;' pla.o: of r.-flle nod much hard on as the the argument lu.rst"jI mouth for its but adoption ina!;- j I I'' joined! them and rode making directly ready.behind tptter's'take Stomach a better medicire Bitter'. than IT POSI Ho"- ; : .. r H. ''VI ATEnS & COG, '

i :.!'it'ilt' t', iM ("t. lr fas lirice.: We .
met I lire
pruloswl to make these were by a terrific TIfELY'rRF.S. TRY and '
rubber bits A BOTTLE
as t : : .
f..:ui.d and li.i'l' nil tin :ii-, hard as steel there seemed no special' i!I of what in those days they called : satisfy yourself.HOSTETTER'S. For Your CHRISTMAS: DINNER. Call, drop u; a line or telephone us I y; ti 1

t.l'Il"l i i! : t ..Ih.lI".7 i: ..,.' rejiMin fur their acceptance. A great J I 'grape and canister; ,' but we rode, on and your wants will ha promptly attended to. j' '''1. '4. 1
L ni I 1." r':- |1"1,1\ |! .illi t''I'I right over them our sabers glistening
,, ,.' 1.1' tl.. .. many of the suggestions made to the j : '
:
i \111') .n i 1 in the air and coming down on the R.V.. WATERS & CO. :1. Has
I I' ., I war department( : for war material have ,
!' : t \ HI |I. "\\
skulls
i of such Mexicans as not
were
,. \'. ,,'''''. been, n-jix'twl on account of their impr.uticability j trampled under our horses' feet I tell : : !South "aral'u'trt't't! (, (Xi>u' !Sheppard IIuiMin .) i IJ
STOMACH BITTERS
.. 'I, ." but few of them can bereganl .1 '. ;
l as interesting' on account of you it was pptcndid. We have the Choicest' Cuts Western and Home Meat, alco Chicken: t ,!, fr;
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I 1 was following Price and, seeing T 'l4' h L'Cl:.
their'! originality. Of course the war 1-- - -- ------ and Vegetables. |> him water under a bajonet thrust
44tti' t'Y. rvtwel with !Spain induced a goal many i 1
rode behind him and tailed to him. CHOICESTOF
up i
l cranks to offer absurd iincntions :lillI'
lie turned his head, and at tint
mo-
,
jin You i \entilito: their ridiculous theoriis, i meiit a Mexican! officer! ran himthrough HALL & KLEIN
HayeRheumatism i and p-rlrips th<' lack! of any propott.f .
,
I the heart with his sword. }

...- u.Ilitary activity IICl,lIutfill' the "Hue were two of these young gamblers ''f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONER\[ '
III.s'III'I' of contribtitloim! from thatK.uii I with death who were already 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.
'" now It nviy e\iii be that irelrt
I wor.sted. The third, Flvidinore, received
I : "tting; pure serious us a uatl'.n -AT-
..... au' Ih:1! : the iMssempiatiui cf tithniialrepni an order to ride from left to and Groceries
<-"'" I i right of the !line of battle to carry an C. APOSTLE'S Staple Family
from
di'p.'HiiK'iital! bureaus i Is ,
the greet tc it
URICSOL I'Hlsf rna i Ii TI'hi: 'ning the pii'.l.o: to such an n:- 1
I went lictwcwi the opposing forces. It 14 East Comma! St. '
li also i htinetly will cure t : i plat the pr...!'..itierank is 1..Mnguis Select Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. y
.II. cures Li\cr. Kidney and was a hot fire he was riding through.
d.sonsts, cauM'1 'ullaint-\nll and Navy Heg'.st Cordova Restaurant
< by all eictss of i Formerly fitavc
but he seemed to little for It. Men
1 U .. care
.nand la-ver Ir'rglhblle fails and in.nK builds 1C.up I I"t r '.1' had gone through Just such dangers; before Oue' car-load of Pineapples at 81.7! Poultry Eggs and Country Produce c k

,{tamp for bojk of wonderful cer- and so would he. His horse wildly !- to $2.00 per dozen.
'
> "m't'
I'rii, jl per tMittle. For pale! : '' :Nut Ur-lpes. '
iti;...it. II your dnii'KK ran andit C.II.'II t'L'fstttutCuil I or' !steam I frightened was plunging, and stum- Telephone No. 358.
will lit Bent prepaid upon : Ming, it fell. Skidmore was thrown t ;
"I."price. AdJrus the Itrl'pani"h:: :: cluslaiits! until: ten I -
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tier Make creaia sauce of milk or I but rising, pulled the horse to its feet

Uric! sol Chemical Co., Los AngelesCa! ('fl'illl. M'Msonid with butter, salt acid by the bridle reins mounted and was
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or tha I It pepper and slightly thi<-kened l. and pour I about to ride on when I touched him HARDBRICK Liq uorsH j r r) .

t N Ernn wi i[ & CO", New rrl:an'. La.Distributing over the dll':
These are deliciousThe'srnaller! by and took him with It, a mutilatedmass. '-,#I ,,

t Agents. j i la'vl nuts may be sexual in the same Well. I laughed." .UEverybody- 1

''''''''''' w ay. "I.aughod!" exclaimed every horror

Almond a1H1.-hf'lI and stone sit stricken man. 4

olius. Add a half cup( blanched almonds i "Y's. gentlemen. Why not? Had not
\V1.L1CL'" t4ClrDu T.SPOR these foolish fellows laughed at I eath?
chopped, also half n cup of tender -
STEH IIIVIHOI'l celery\ cut Gus.I lix with Ril.uldiessing : Had they not sorted with the all powerful -.VTTHK:- I '.

and serve on lettuce leaxcs. specter, and that on the very I

; ; '<' ..\ V.I: !:C1ltif'T'ItIL'fMSiUtI .. :Nut: and t'heese Saidni>he>.-Mix verge of one of his carnivals?"

.A\V CIIMPAtiT. the roiled peanuts with an equal part I There was something so terrible in lira' ON BAND Reliable Kentucky Barrel House, iii : 5!
of
.
''a. tin 1' -u.acola for the LStu /rah'lll'h"l'sl' and spread.IVanut the speaker's wrath that every one t

K.rl- -aynu N arrngton NaT' rt1 It;,,(' .-Miv I together dry .1 I us-fury one except Baxter the old

.. a rauar at quilt of Lour, thiee teasi,,"'II fuls ofbaking man of our party-shrank back. I
1i a m aa A'i 'he''T"M"I FortKnrrpnraa tUI.r. ixmdt'r. half a cupful tit JKMliuts "Who is this Heath." said P.axtercontemptuously .HALP. S. A. Friedman t 3
.
IOaO l.Di "of whom we must all .
a:
s .a: Fort tarrancnt; 1t5 P II l.oj.ped.. iiiid a little( salt. Addonefiiiiith ,
J"I\'1 ar nl i -,\. .at Fort lUrraacai 4:1S p o of a d:pful of lumbarl butter I speak so gingerly? The very certaintyof
fy; ar we iv L Fort Barrandal f'OOpu<1 aril vr.h the uIIll'ut. his coming takes away from our terror -TO- SOLI PROPRIETOR. + t ti ''
a: Fort Harrancaa 8tSp.n rubbing it : flour : I -
,
:, h' erhaa Fact Harranacl for Pena lldl'lIt'l'l't' n.ilk!: to roll out with as of him. and if we do fear him we o i ,

little (kncHLng; as p : a ti nr""v' A: 1'"o'Keol" 8:00 .. into families! and separates' husband ONE MILLIONGet
I.' . '-' L quick Ol'U.What' to lat. I
;r
..' '. m.r-.?;.., atPengyoola.ll(6 ltPacauol, _._. .5t3.er ;.t and wife parents and children. If he Wines, Liquors, Brandies and GinsOF I c i

mat ;. K: P+n.geola ...,_ k.U, y I does not come early, he will surely EVERY DESCRIPTION
m arrla: Paasazeta...._ The Worst t'orm (
y aP I: t: p late when we have exhaustedlife's '
m.s'rvtatPeo! ''' 9 tit lSWtlK II rome Also the Finest and Largest Line of Case Bottled Qood t r S I
.tL'11s.,nay Multitudes are singing the praises pleasures, comforts, attachments, t
Past .... : OATS. of Kodol the new discovery which j IIOIK-S. Then we must live on waiting Our Prices Before: Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. # I

1'1"0" F.lrl *' sad is making 110 many sick Ioplenll I for him. A fig for your Death I saj'!" I guarantee honest measure best quality and lowest priced. Be sure! to -
I.-, : .!io' :\*"}.il'rfnc..,:! and r retort fc i The stranger who had been so flippant Purchasing.Capacity send your Christmas orders tlfS. t ) ;; o
',0.10 ira-t.oK..cb ndrfci? and weak people strong; by digestingwhat i
i suddenly quieted. lie cast a look

'r.>OAT. ICHIPCBt.J they eat by cleansing and ,''ot Kaxtcr, who returned his glancecalmly A. PRIADMANI {
and ---
the stomach by
i
e p-rm.u tins raoalnj sweetening and, rising from his seat said:
Lee'. l'ea,aao.i L'f transforming their food into the "Pardon me, gentlemen for interrupt- 3.U: hou'h Ptlafox Street, P. O. Box ITS I PENriACOLFLORIDA..
Fort }
11'11I ia m 10 llrr'JUt a. IitI \, kind of pure rich red blood that ling your amusement. Death loves to 50,000 Dailr.eft1il1an -
.
tp.m m makes you feel good all over. Mrs. pet his clutches on those who fear him. ,

I,.'m Ip.mtt tpm Cranfill. of Troy. I. T., writes: Fora When he seizes upon such as you," J. E. DuBuissoN ?? BROTIIER '

m p.m number ot years I was troubled looking at Baxter: "it is like a huntsman i 4 .

tOil:t.1' allm p m'Ip with indigestion and dyspepsia shnoting a stag In Its sleep Brick Go CORNER: : TAUUGOS.AS" INTKNUKNCI.\ STUEI-TI. )1 1t
p.m. The old man who had met his match | '
form.
Into the worst }
'DU' t:'A.lrOI.U. DAT which jtrew in an old man turned and strode out of Dealers in 'i ;
\: ; Nanallou 1'h.' induced to use Kodo!
Finally
Aa: r.t1.y o :''J'4 tP ttrtl 2netto _Yesck__au"t. lit and alter was usingfour I heartily bottles recommend I am entirely the relief restaurant it was not While possible his fur going us soon wasa Pine Barren, Fla. oc Choice Staple and Family Groceries, e ;

.., -- --___ cured.
.; ... I to recover from the influence he had -- (
__ indigestionand
.jT. from
liter 1:1311. Kodol to all !suffers
m. Oar Oood era Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate, '
-. ... dyspepsia. Take a dose after : exerted o\er us. We sat for some time, : LISH aud Warranted to be the Best the Market AtI.rd and can be 1 -/

'i 'f1J CUP YOURSELF! meal*: It digits what you eat. j each silently; meditating on the strange PENNYROYAL PILLS R:lifd on. We can Duplicate: any Order (ilvf> n u< During the t "

Hargis: Pharmacy John Bhepard i experience. Then sonic one said: /rrv /rte''>.i ..<. ..lj ''e..l.e. and will Deliver Free to Fart of the City. ; I
ena p I'tte Big n for nnnatnratlrriL.iti.ad W-f V"4.. s.t*F. ....!*"!... L.4l.......uteri* Holiday any +
a di.rhargeeindammaltons Sidney Kahn. "1 wonder_who tie old fellow is any / ".. /s7 CIIIUIKTKr." KM.UMITr: fI1.
J' or ul.ratiolU< -- I.. rI I' ..i 4od _..:.0 awn "..., COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.p .
.)
Po if Dueoni n"liIurani'O. J way. _' ,a a_r...... 1..h. arrw
I. .t, a. 1'arnltaand nut UUU1 C..3-STOB.X.A. I There was no answer except that .,-. !-'J .11' p.rarr.ea_., .. If a.b.tltar.a.d......,.. .. )alts.... .. 326.
''v S'21' L N.rfk' a ern .t p- Box
Co. or rouaauU. ....... ... .. J. E. Oub' isson & Sro .
himself. Path &a i.Uf
\t. IT ., f Kid Yca hate A'sats' 3cIfI which each of us gave for '". t'i. ,
yol3 by Drug 1afs, l .. .. I
1i tear the 't,4 MJ 1'.II.rr..1 a.tlr fc r M re ,
r ...... .. .. PHONE 66.
.. o' .
an'rclirLl -
11. .
or tent in ptu[:, 'lrr&PiM'f. _} \ t' ""ns.U. U "oa. S''K') a ,
IT explain. ......pad.or fig I -- a" Orr .Ikuae.trr/br.t.all.... ... Faintly: Grocer
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1to ':?'lrclllo6l io.i, or J.eL buttlre liD.miuctt tLTd ? l: ubscrlbeforrusNews; locper \eek. I l-sajn'-in. ;j.ll *o 1 Hll- F


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THE DAILY NEW81 PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. 19C3

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Enormous Demand. ABOUT THE- THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL PIANOS TUNED FOR $1.50. -rEET-nRNSHERSFOR CASH ONLY- :



FORECAST-Fair, cold with frost You want a good piano tuner to

The enormous Demand for "GOOD MAR8HAL8HIPCONFIDENTLY tonight riday fair light nortnweat winds stay in .ensacola, still yon hold Some

back your order. Send it in. I have
'r; j LUCK" leaking Powder is alone attributable Temperature in Lait24 Hours: and have
had 20 years' experience
Iulmom _______ Iii 1..aret'1 ,
i to the possession;;; of Intrinsic Merit at Minimum_______:Ii dpgrl'tI : worked in several piano factories! Special

a Just and Equitable Price. It's Purity II! EXPECTED THATA j I I Orders left at Johnson's book store i

1 High Leavening Power and General Excel- WILL Temperature Elsewhere: 1 i will be attended to.CHAS..
DISPOSITION
FINAL
,
I Mia. .Max.i I.I W. PEESSLEV.Marston I
ryy ence is unsurpassaUe.a' :i Atlanta__ ,____ _oj : Faa tures
BE MADE TO-DAY. Biswarck__ __ II
S (; ._____ I:: 52SI $ Quina have a I
I .,l Clnclnnatl____ 'O
Richmond. Virginia. Galv..8&oo_ __._ 3 60 fine line of Rattan Parlor
I H oron.__ _..___ 02: :SO WILL BE OFFERED FROM NOW UNTIL
Suits and odd SATURDAY
j Washington, the nation's capital, Jackeonvllle____ :! M p eces; they IX fIL.!

1..1,"I I Is now a cynosure of many Pen a.I KanB'Key West.City.._._________d 101::! 24AH are better and cheaper than DRE.V AND MI8SES' SHOES BEE IF THERE IS NOT
I Memphis ____.__:! 4'1
cola eves Many have strained Mobile....._..__56 70 ever. THING IN THE LOT THAT YOU NEED. IT'S A SA VIX<; TO
i
SOCIAL ECHOES II:! SU\ or
I I I every opportunity to catch the New Orleane.-.. 40 7\\) ............. ------
: Sew York_____"s 42:
slightest information from that ....___.IIS 6
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9' ......................*... place concerning the United States I :IL.Savaonab Louis ____.16 :SI LAUNCH $1.25 CHILD'S Lace: or Button, b.'g to 11............ .... ...... ShOO


THE "EXTRA" CERMAN. marsbalsbip and a report from there NAVAL 8TU11K8 MAUKKT.Keport j ** ...FOIt... $100 CHILD'S Lace! Patent Leather 8.'i to 11.... .... ...... .. 75C

The extra" german of the season early today stated that a nomination d Daily top The Newt bJ

was danced last! night at Hotel Ea- and consequent confirmationwas Union Naval Store Go.BOSIS. $1.75 MISSES' Lace or Button, Extension Sole.. .... ...... . $145

cambia, led by Mr. W. D'G. Kesslerin almost session. CHARTER
certain at today's $1.50 .... ..... ...... ..
his usualex' MISSES' Lace: or Button, IPs to 2 . $115
!elleustyle. Twenty I WW____.U 20 H_.__ _.$2001rJ !I
live couples and six "sUgs" participated. of the senate. ____ S HI 0___._ 170 The Elegantly Equipped '<

a' Until these important: steps have.i 8s5 F___._ 1605 Launch CUPID $2.50 MISSES' Pat Kid Lace, Welt...... ....... ..... .... .. $,.25

i I )1_..._._ .._._ 3J;; E_ 15ij : Naptha ,
r "AMONC THOSE PRESENT." been taken, neither of the contending I K ____ 2 !IO D._ 150t with Parlor Car Fittings, 'MiSSes' Pat. Leather Lace Shoes. ... .. .... .. ..$1.35 and $1.55

I McGourin or Northup factions I -.-..-..-- 2 40 C.t below_.11'I l for trip the
ir' a on bay or for ,
Those rre -- a
W. B. Wright, Mi. and Mrs. J. H. I i
!!
i, out. The fact that the president has Accommodations 40 --
C P McGaughey.Ir.. K.inniu Chi,ley for \!
i withheld his conclusion so long in MARITIME. :
passengers ,
and Mi-s Maiks, of Montgomery; I

I r Mr. W. D'U. Ke?ler! and Miss Nichols j the matter is correctly taken to Rates very reasonable. MEYER SHOE CO. ,

: ,n, of Atlanta; Mr. F. A. Hiss and i meaD that he i is giving; the "documents" Landing-Pine street.

llli-6 Mary Nicholson, of Atlanta; CLEARED. Feet Furnishers for 'l1IJ Onlj.
presented him the close Gulf Transit CAPT.
i i Span ss Ida :?I"' Aruno. by STEARNS
1 Mr. J. C. P rter and Miss Provosty, fo fur Liverpool with additional cargo ofi4.M ,
scrutiny demanded. That he will : .(irhalelcditonliMJiuund bales, valuedi 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
;p of New Orleau-; Mr. J. W. Gallia i M>I.t ;a I ..blaster.LOIJGEIJIREUTOItY .
settle upon one of the two gentlemen Willkoramen.: Freeze bv Hi -
and Mss Kpottswood, of Mobile ; Mr. I j I I Gwtbhlp -
i 1't'huttrrCofurHamburg with 1U.4:'IJ bbls
JJnckctr Chipley and Mi-is Wise, of now in that city is not now doubted ; i robin valued at ft.oikiAm I -.--'..-.._:,; ;; ;-_.",_. _...__ ..._. _.... .
I ach Clara Barton, 15. Mayo,In ballastfor ",.1..11./--.._. --/1..11..11..1..1....--.--.. --,.. .. .,_.-..._.._.>
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I4 the Navy Yard ; Capt. Bottom and I but whichever one is the choice, New Orleaus r. sir
,
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t Miss O'Hara, of Ohio; Mr. J. C. will have for -
that great'
I one cause

JJ : Watson and Miss Ttrtle, of JUrrau- gratification, from the fact that the Ital bk Kftrezia SAILED.'.>. Kazetto. KuvonaItatbk KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. I t; ..January Selling .. I t]

J'i cas: ; Major Brooks and Miss Bryant, Blanca (;Casanova;,.', Magnoldi .. .
Peniiacola Lodge, No. 8, ..
i has been one of the for Palermo K. of I1 ,
,, i1 of Barrancas; Mr. R. A. Turner and present war ..*/\T... i
Miss Elise most bitter that Florida republicanshave meets every Monday evening 1)1:) (:)
j Chiplcy, Mr. F. C. Brent THE SHIPPING. at 7:30 at Castle tall,

t. : Jr., and Miss Leonard Mr. t H.M. in. And the In the Klonnt. Watson
i ever engaged appointee i
third
BnlMlng. floor.
THE BIG STORE
t., Cross and Miss Leah Chaf in, will feel that he has had no I VESSELS PORT Visiting welcomed brethren cordially I fi i
to
/ Lieut. Robinson and Miss Daisye 8TEAJII1IIPS.rSpan J.A.L\'LE. *
Hme.Several
4 j li.. Hyer; Mr. Man-field Moreno( and easy : Co Alicia. 111.; Lu/arraga.to Gulf Transit H. HORSLIB K.H.At 8. c.C. : Means Loss to Us, but Gain to the Customer. (::1

I t.6 Miss Stella Avery; Mr. W. B. Run- amusing stories are in cir- Rr Karlswood, m, Brown toW B Key- I j

and Miss Katherine Mr. culation today. One is that a certain set t: Co
yan Avery ; Trans
awed Emmanuel liifil.Myer.toGalf Damon Lodge No. 13
Ii M. H. Sullivan Jr., and Miss Mary : admirer of of the candidateswas sit Co meets I i
one Get Frida Horn. 1,J3t. Unbsch to B S: L every Tuesday evening at iJII: at
fl' Aiken; Mr. W. McK. McClellan and Castle Hall corm r Palafox and Garden 1 Cpocia1 Sal Monday and Way
threatened with writ of CoDutch streets. }
a ejec- Katendrecht Teensna.to: 11 11 Visiting Knights cordially Invited.
J .fit Miss Sullivan ; Mr. A. A. Brooks and J.ALBERT JOHShON. i itV
meut on account of being behind I BoyerBr DAY BERtIN. C. C. f'I
( Jacob Krigbt.17.it Anderson,to Pensa-
i Iii Mi<* Edna Avery; Lieut. L1 Coe K.of It.i 8. In Skirts
cola Lumber Co Shirt Waists Cloaks Fine '
;> 'j i' and Miss Cora Mallory; Mr. Val H. in bouse rent. The creditor went to I Span Leonora, I**), Bustlnza, to Gulf tJ; ,

l J.f) and Miss Nellie !: the rental last and Transit Co 1.0. O. F. 1( J
.. Wright Mallory; :i agent evening ) Aust Ullmpo. HopRla. to to' HO lIla I Dress Fabrics, Silks, Knit Underwear *
Mr. Ji. M. Cary and Miss Sallie : ;' Hr Itoseneid,1950 I.Cttssap.to Rii M Kobln- tt
: 11 :| said: "My man will be in tomorrow
Wright; Mr. ham\ Pasc-j and bins'' and Bon Br Tbornly, K7, Major, toW L VitticbA I Ponsacola budge; No :t I E) Clothing, Etc. l li ;
I then I can make a big payment, Co I !
;'t1 Mary [). Stags- lep;,ri..w.i I .". meets every Thursday evening at 7Ai: at
Ch.UfI Br Windsor, I ",it sot h,to Gulf Transit Co
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'R11fJ t J.M.H.I'itt\V.Cro-5.,C.Mr.Wie Sfllarn, A. of I'.1'iiiladel-1 Wiijjht, !'i las..: This I: will did not have satisfy a deputy's the businesslike office."- ,: orderIt Nor Charles Dickens SHIPS.lJiS; Borrensen: to i I!! HatTord Visiting J.U.Wr.Lhii.Brcretary.ball.s'j brethren Went coralally Intendencia K.LONU.N.U.invited. street i.I : + rm r ru! ana mnU i; G Onii + !I IAt


: t 41 plua and Lieut. Arnold of Itarraucaj. agent, and he demanded some .Klise 1-."'1I. (ineto. toorder I II i
: : Ital MavoDia, ltc.Margin: a, to Simpson I
t i.j :,i I other sort of satisfaction. The : Jtfo It Trojan. Is24. HertalottP. to ord..rIt I| AMERICAN GUILD. 1;.?! Bargain Prices. {0 i

WHAT THEY WORE. : d bt thereupon secured the debt, \'atloa. li-KJ.: Mosso. to Kotiasco Bros ;;
I| Vaiiduora.. l;%il. Prrroni, toll ii lioyerI I'oneacola Chapter No. H)7. I
F1 it is with "I (. Wllkommou 1>U3; Urimps, to H: 1' j
alleged, by leaving .
q The gown worn on this occasion, I Spotter Co 1E. BRA WXER. I'. LIXDBM.TKI-TII.
j i

;,tSi ";jf being particularly beautiful deserve I the agent a lot of clothing I 1 Nor Wildwood, llxS BARKS, Nelson, to S ti L CO -Secretary- ,. -Governor.--- I .E !l UiUitt1ll( a0ljit0ou & Bolt.! i i II

:1 11J mention. Miss S 'jttswood
t special ;> one of which pieces had the name of :,

Z '. 1 pink embroidered nnu,;;eliue; a candidate inscribed thereon. It H !i! -Ital Aldo.AscalonK15 943:, 'el, retto Severtsen.toSSLC0 to 8 S L CoNor AOL G C. W&t C

, II I Kevello, ia, kaluere, toll D ,, ,,, ... .J
Ital Buccicin
,4! Miss Marks pink embroidered! chiffon : .. .-.: .. ; .. ....,
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I now wondered upon what Haa. & Co r 1..1.:1.. r-.... _... ,.-:.:.".;.;..
r fl t green pjni.e velvet trimming; agree-I It Cesare,IN1, Colosta. to order w
ment this supporter is It C'avttaLh71, Killippinl, to Pensacola
1\Iii Nicholson, piuk and white Lumber Co INSURANCEAND

.1l"J! figured chiffon greu ribb )n trim. McGourin's supporters wore abroad I; It Kelicina Kerarn, 82): Cbiazza, to <\
I IVnsacola Lumbar Co
'I''f tniog; Miss Mary NichoNmi, white smile this morning, but they Hwcd Gladan,:A7. :selander to W L Wit fff ff. HIIffflf6ALFRED I. '

;J, .1, monsseline and lace; Miss Provosty, would not say what induced themto I, tlcb Ital&Georges Co Baleotlne,:";j', Himonetti REAL ESTATE, ,At

j i pink mou elins and lace; Miss Wise orderIt No.
South Palafox Street.
so adorn their countenances. It Manln Mos o, RiO, to FO Howe &: CoItal
.
white ors!andie and lace over silk ; :i Marla Della'>, Uuurdia to Kosssco

li is Miss O'llara, lihc imeline and is known that a Western Union :I i Bros Hal Miro, RI:, Parni. to order Partial List of Desirable Dwellingsfor IOOG j[

white lace; Mi s Turtle, yellow: messenger boy delivered a message; j I Ital Masia Hrt'cco.117.,Ventura to order. .
I It Nostra Madre,V15, ConHlgliere. order Rent in Various Partsof
3 )iousseliup; Miss Bryant, white or- today, and when its content were !: I
f.1i1f Aust I'oschicb."'1. Mandik. to order the Ciiy:
t tndie trimmed with white satin made known several McGourin;' It Pensacula, W.bimonetteloParodi: : 4 $35.00-2'j-story home,containing 12 rooms, i IS(

r.bbon; Mr*. W. B. Wright, white/ CoItal an modern conveniences bath ou 2
: men walked down the street and Padre M Oilcans to II Basra A: CoPaoia.tugelo,1136CavallatoBaars& upper and lower floors corner lot, )
organdie trimmed with black lace I' '!I It nice yard and shrubbery tRble,out
and offered congratulatory toasts at the Co houses, etc. No. 714 Jo.a.t: Lallua n$ WILL SELL $
1 ii pink roses; Mrs. J. Storm {: Kr !Hollo">*<<,Jenkins. to master Street
!; McGatuhy, white tafJwtH black lace I' BIJou. No amount of questioning.'I AortsJDid,14.7Krogh.! to813L Co ".ti.igi-3; -story boarding house, containing ;at
r f'' Ital Hiit-nzo. "HI. Mmnnettl to order I :25 rooms known as tbe 1'unce de
it1 overdress; Mrs. L. H. Brown, white I could draw from them any informa >' or:'!urul.lu.il I'etter'ton.to fulhvau&CoItal i Leon house, :-00. llii East Intemlencm -
Tllanm>-.If. largullotoorderIt'rrento
I> street.
organdid trimmed with white satin i tion. 1*.):, (iotuiio to order P'.I.d"slrable 2-story modern dwelling
.
j ti 'ribbon worn over pink silk ; Miss I __.. __ Ital \'. .rlllont..i1'. Kazetto, toss.L ('0 7 rooms mot desirable section of the "Better GoodsFOR
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ltVe| Mary Cnntiia, greeu taffeta, white General debility-failure of the I WliuUbrHiit liin, lIa,,,,,. to master I I I me,No.Hi!North Barcelona street.
Rue l'btavattIjaltuulu.. to S P/hotter: $:*>. '-Large :2-Btory dwelling W rooms '
; organdie overdress; Iii;3 Sallie strength to do and the power to endure Co fronting ::-erilleIiquare, >o.:).l Kuit ,

Wright white organdie over green -is cured by the great tonic- :i IICHOO. KK1.I JS:>Comfortable Uoverument Street new .story mooflno'elllug.1I

1t silk chill<>u trimming; Miss Nellie Hood's Sirsaparilla.: : I Am Bent C "Frith 7\1. Keen, to order rooms very desirable section THE
- -- -- Am Brothers, I:"). Kelly to mater of(tie city situated on .North
Mallory, pink point d'esprit; bliss Am HJuluiar X,. Axelaen. to master hnylen between Strong: and t>e:uto I
1 Am Olive T Whittier ma.bawyer: to J streets.i3a.Oi2story.
Cora Miss
Mallory, green organdie; NOTICE. I I I
A Merrltt A Co I : dwelling In good order Bath
Stella Avery, white organdie; Miss I N rooms three doors Irom the bt'lt''
, 'I line.has gat and water throughout
f
Katherine Avery, pink orgaudie ; No -1(1 North Barcelona Btreel. Same Money
; Miss( Sullivan white taffeta point The Rev. Dr. Beverley E. Warner, I Wanted. (20.00: -1-btory dwelling 7 rooms, city water, ,
bath,
wltb ,
gas large lot
corner No.
I Rector of Trinity church, New Orleans -I experienced *>2 Went Wright street.
Mi Aiken
d'eprit onrdre'si; ;11 Mary WANTED -An cook .
the famous Jlj; 'O-l-story dwelling.0 rooms newly papered -
I white organdie trimmed with black Shakeperean Apply corner Gadsden and Pala. and painted throughout on
scholar and lecturer, will deliver an I fox. J8tf belt 1101 No.Jcv EastUregnry street.
lace and blue ribbon Mia Leah
I ; ; i 115.iW-1-story dwelling.city water and bath, OR THE
address
:., Chainn, white organdie over green in Pensacola Wednesday I 7 roonu. balf block of ground with
: the OF APPLICATION beautiful shade trees, No. 7'H East
: evening, Hth of this month at 8 NOTICE
silk
1\It.8 silk
; Daisye Hyer, pink s Cervantes street.
W o'clock, under the auspices of the I12.5i: >-i.itory dwelling, :So 415 East Gregory
t i net, with pink roses; Mis Leonard: i For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap street,5 rooms, newly papered and
pink silk, organdie overdress; Mi-s Parish Guild of Christ church, for ter 4888, Law of Florida. painted. Same GoodsFOR
r. the benefit of the church buildingfund. 1 Notice hereby given that L. M. Davli, tll.im-No.AHUast Belmont street, 5-rom
, 1t: Elise Chipley yellow and green silk. !purchaser of Tax Certlflcate No. lit.I cottage city water, newly painted
't.1 0- I Oiled the'!'d day October.r, A. I). imi, bag In perfect order.
Bled laid certificate In my office, and has 11U,5I1-: 0.1"1I North Alcanlz strhet a new
: Dr. T. E. Blackshear of Thomas This lecture will be given at the I i made application for tax deed to Issue In house in good order with 5 rooms.
i Public Library hall on Eist Chase accordance with law. Maid certificate llo.ui-o. flul East Belmont street city
.
vile, Ga., is visiting his sister Mrs. I', braces tne following described property l'm-I "water a neat S room cottage newly i.I
t' street between Palafox and Tarragona nated In Eicambla (county Florida to-wit: painted and renovated llirjugbout.
J. Ernest Baars. I Si 1 ft 8. Front by l.Vi ft W of 1',11.7t.Belmont t S.i >-No. U10 East Laltua street a neatly
- ; streets and his subject will be, No..Bee :!'I.Tp. *8. R. 30 W. The laid land papered 4-room cottage la good condition
"Shylock from a New Point of being assessed at the dAte of th Issuance of large lot,city water.A .
, Hear Admiral Philip Cooper has such certificate In the name of Unknown large list ol smaller dwellings, as well
1 View. ( Owners. Unless laid certificate shall bo aa a auuit>eruf stores sod offices*utt KENT.
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. : left Washington to relieve Rear Admiral redeemed according to law tax deed will ?
All are invited to attend. Admission THOS. C. WATSON & CO., Less Money
issue thereon on the loth day of February
Wildes of command of the Pacific cents. GJlw A. 11. 1dH.Witness. Leading Real Estate. Rental and Insurance
:JI squadron. Rear Admiral Wildes my official signature and leal Agents 1.South Falafox. Street I
this tbe Mb day o(January. A. I). iwa. -- -
i
I will return to the United States. MONEY A. MCMILLAN.. I
i r', [siAL.l Clerk Cirrus Court. II
''i By B. }t. BCRTOX. D.C.JvuawSw. I THAN "
I Dr. J. C. Gaorgson, a resident of W. R. Merlwether, at 112 South ELSEWHERE.
1
Century, is in the city today. He Tarragona street, has money to loan

I U has cast his lot in that growing in any sum you may require at low smoK

'I town and is favored with a fine rates of interest on personal security.

practice.Mr. J7tf GUMBO SUPPER '

The finest line of umbrellas in the 1
J. H. Cross after spendingtheholidays -AND-
with! friends and relatives city at them.Is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look BRIE JOTECIOAR ALFRED MOOfl(

here, leaves tonight to resume his ...D7NCE... '

I duties in connection with the long I

distance telephone system. CREW NOTICES. -BT THE- )}!:

NKlTHKKtbecaptaln.owneri CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICAAT
Cards are out announcing the nor consignees of the Span ss V .
Leonora will be -
marriage at Pollard Ala.. on Janu for debts contracted responsible by the TIIEIK HALL

20, of Miss Anna Matthews crew of said vessel.
ary Bl'UTISZ:! D. HALE WILSON
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T I Gulf Transit Co., Captain. Wednesday Night, January 14, ,
Matthews, to Mr. Arthur Cunning Consignees. liJnaNEITR I II I
ham. Mrs. Matthews will be pleasantly HOT COFFEE. CAKES ETC, I See that Each Cigar is

remembered by many Pensa- ER the captain owner > Real Estate and Rental Agent
j "!* of the Span Will also be Berted.ADMISSION. Stamped.
colians and Miltoniana as Miss will be responsible 1
Anna Mims daughter of the late contracted by the :
James R Mims of Milton, and sisterof crew of said vessel. C. Lt'ZRR.GE.jolt FRANK REILLY, 13South, Palafox Street,

Bagdad.the late Mrs. A. J. Adams of ( Transit Consignees.Co., Captain.?du I Gents 25c ; Ladies Free. SOLE AGENT. TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENS\COLA nOR.DA-






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