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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 39. FLORIDA SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 1O, 1903 NO t r
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THE BUFFALOSTILLJFEGTED Has Stood the Test. From Warner's a New volume Point of View." Dr. AN INSTRUCTIVE f1"J'' l

PROMINENT PHYSICIANSUSE ; on English History .
in Shakespeare's Plays is in our circulating : :;

library-a book that is both LECTURE HEARD h : "
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AND ENDORSE PE-HU-NA There In 8 fatn'iar "x pr f'99l"n that informing and entertaining. :
'Truth, Ilk* gold the brighter from mnact. '
: ." In like innuint tho inoHt-t! of "(.iH.il LAST NICHT'
LUCK" Doing rowdt hhiur forth nn.ro I'lilUaully Mr. Ed.Loftin, who has received a

when compared i'hI'oinju't.tr;e br-01n.I promise of an appointment at the
REPORT THIS MORNING THAT IIIOUCf.; j.rmlurfs the lightest, most Annapolis naval l academy from Congressman .i
wh"to'.ome b "'ltt.andlmlrilierrd to the itm'uniorat I
Lamar, is being coachedfor BIG CROWD AT COURT HOUSE TO f '
FOUR NEW CASES HAVE the l.west price at bleb a thoroughly;
r1\"I.1. baking powder. can be euld. 10 rents the examination by Professor
DEVELOPED. 1ervuuud. Whaley.A HEAR TALK FROM CIVIL ENGINEER .'


-- CORTHELL ;r, ,
Richmondirzinia.. large list of newlypurchasedbooks ,,

I The training: ship Buffalo i is yet an have arrived at the 1'eusacoli: Et. "

iaft-cted if credence be SIONIC/t3S".S$01N30i ,I library, and the committee met
ship any can
Civil Engineer Corthell was heard ;,
I ('yesterday to prepare them for distribution ;
given a well-authenticated report I next week. by a big crowd at the county courthouse /,

I from her this morning. The report SOCIAL ECHOES I: last night: in an instructive I ,

i has: it that four new cases of diphtheria The Weekly Euchre Club met lecture two hours duration on the i,

1.0....1t/N.O.i the of
developed on the vessel yesterday afternoon as guests subject of "Two Years in Argentine ,Y
\ Mrs Max Klein at the residence of f
I! \PL4 I yesterday after it was thoughtthat One of the largest and most bril- Mrs. Louis Friedman, and had a I Republic as Consulting Engineer of '. .

I tho disease germs had been haunt social events of the season was National Public Works." tAt
most enjoyable session.: The club' ; :
Ii 1"3" the card party given yesterday afternoon .
i killed. prize was a beautiful, band-painted 8 o'clock President W. A. ;
by Mrs; W. J. Forbes in honorof .
II Ii The ship is yet closely qdarantiued, Mr. Forbes' sister, Mrs. Holland, vase of green ware, and was won by Blount of the Pensacola Chamber of 'to

I =. II II although not subjected to as severe of Detroit. The guests; Lumbered Mrs. Goldring. The guest's prize, a Commerce rapped fororderand in a (U

regulations as; were observed when sixty-seven and filled eleven tables hand-painted match case of green short speech introduced the engineer )
; \ I/i ware Miss Frenkel of
was won by |
she first anchored. The patients!, six-handed euchre. The house Alabama.! of world wide reputation, d.
was beautifully decorated with bamboo s
however are kept by themselvesand "whom, to not know, was not credit 4'.
and the whole
potted plants, i
not allowed to mingle with the lower floor being practically trans Invitations have been issued' by able to any Pensacolian: who had P .

healthy members of the crew. formed into a single large assemblyroom. ; Miss Leila Reese for an afternoontea i the interest of the port at heart," r. I' .
on Monday, complimentary to a'
Those who were atUioted when the Elegant refreshments were Miss Marks. concluded the introductory an j
served in the most dainty and attractive '
vessel first; reached here have re- nouncement. : i!
manner. Mrs. Forbes and
cohered. The reported new cases Miss; Martha: Whiting will entertain Dr. Corthell immediately began .i.
Mrs. Lewis Willis kept the score,
C.B.CHAMBERLIN.M.D. are said to exist among some who awarding the handsome prizes as on Tuesday from 4 to G. in honorof his lecture, prefacing remarks by :' I

OF WASHINGTON.D.C.; were allowed to mingle with the follows; :. Miss You e. an illusion to his former visit here : '

first patients. First prize a silver candlestickwith ;sixteen years since and the delightful i; :
The Junior Guild of Christ church
) C Chamberlin, )[. D., writes from llth and P SU., Washington, D. C.: The latest report will be regretted, green silk shade, to Mrs. R. A. will give an entertainment at the time he experienced on that : -
Hyer. casion. oc'I"! 'I"
] u Many cases have come under my observation, where Peruna since it was expected that visitors; ; residence of Mrs. H. T. Wright next I
Second
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I prize,an exquisite Limogesbowl : Adverting to his lecture proper .
i hu, ". .:.fifed and cured. Therefore, I cheerfully recommend it would be received on the ship before decorated with roses, was cut Thursday, the lath; inst., from 3 to G displayed a fine eteriopticon view of at

for .at.irrh and a general tonic."...C. D. CHAMBERLIN. D.L she departed. for by l\ rs. I. H. Aiken and Miss p. in. the map of South Americaand point.

Mary Aiken, the latter winning. ed out the position ot Argentina
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Qialityis what makes price. II A delightful card party occurredat
M. i I.. u,HUTi. :>. *iriMsury, | ferer, Peruna: Mill cure you."-Dr. Burnett's Vanilla Extract was BO bettei Consolation' : prize, [la handsome the residence of Mrs. Fred W. showing the position of Buenos ;: :

1"" !L .i: .T.,: \'m' b1 y11Ctt; ".\-j Lien ellyn Jordan. than other extracts its price wouldbe stein. was won by Mrs. W.A. Blount. Marsh Friday night, at which beau Ayres, the capital, where some .

'. I S. 'Ti -urc l'< Kirtmuit, Booby prize, a silver pen, was won cult engineering work has diffi,1 '
r t (iCO. C. Havener, M. D.,of Anacoetia, the same. Once tried, always tiful prizes were won as follows:
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: t't of by Mrs. Willie Gonzalez. formed what was; originally
1V l'criD.C.writes, : used. ; a very
First ladi s' prize, Mrs. Werhan, the
'7'ct"i \ in'uUi.ro 11 ez:o i ---- ----- dangerous harbor to of the safest i
:; Tho rerun:!. r(1icin Co.,ColnmbmO.: : guest of :\Iro.; H. G. DeSllva: :. a picture one :
( 'q and tho. 1' ru'1 I Gentlemen-" 111 my practice have If you should visit the Union de. The dance given last night by Mr. frame ladies' consolation anchorages, where vessels; ; are t 4' '
I, ;l\ \.r. i > :iia; be in that don't fail and Mrs. L. S. Brown, in honor ol ; prize, F I'
.. : : : .. i id: mea,ion to frequently presenlioj pot, or : vicinity, I never grounded aud where the commercial .
v i- h a silver-topped cologne bottle, Miss;
( + Jf j>>ur%:aluablo medielnenr.dhave found to drop in at Goldriug's So.3 saloon," S their gu(.*t, Miss; Marks of Moue 1 importance spreading.. q$ I
...-.1 | t-! rH.11.,' to Caldwell; Mrs. Frank Duno : .
; .u-ipt itue I livncficial I I in of You will receive welcome gomery, which had been anticipatedwith captured
-.1. -: o.-Jix-cially eves a hearty Different sections lot the city the J

:.,r'v:' :y.; !* say:"Allow of) i\runa mo :t.)'catarrh."-<3corgo, C. Ilavent-r, M. D. and find the choicest brands; of liquors lively interest by many friend*,. holder.the Prof.booby Harry prize,E.a Grahamwon hair-pin 'I country, the harbor, the industries, ::1.4th V.the V. r

I ,y' *;**/-"AI:t. .. (':\l'ri"yKrat-; If yon lo:1.otrccl'iycprompt ant sailsy kept in the city. was a most enjoyable affair and fill the first prize for gentlemen, a river and the surroundings generally i I

/ .\ tUll t,) '"U f..r : f.I"tory results Crum tlit u'l'.f 'llIna ed the highest expectations of those were shown by means of excellent t!

t *(-f'. *5v. '-s< I-! N-ii'nt; ,1 kwritoat' onto to L>r. Hartman, !giving arv.1 ---y v----. I who were fortunate enough to at- picture; Capt. Wm. Hays won the I stereopticon views, and as .
"' I full statemeutof and lie will e consolation prize, a stein. The next
} ; Ir" in ,our your cae I tend. The spacious rooms; of the each Hashed the canvass Dr.
t IT. I. J,.rdau. t w-inlorful) r..m- 'IK'plcatd to :give you his valuable: a JAWNER'S residence were decorated meeting of the club will be at the I upon : ;
artistically
l-... ..... nOTES; Corthell explained in detail its char- i
*** e,h'. OHOln.rt \ice gra.tis. .NEW5 1 1l with potted plants and cut (lowers residence of Mrs.; Fernald next Friday acteristics. \ .

wnth hi-1>ri'ht< : forth a ":1.-t pansies and in
hyacinths
roes : pro. After the lecture, aided by the
II ru>w.i- ihT Jiij-i-lf a w"I'll man Tho Ilartuiaa Sanitarium: Culuiubup, l: j
nu.r iaonti. of suiT'ring. rl'1low-uC-IOhio.; '. "' _' _A_ "'- ,... I fusion. The parlors; and dining- The general cpuncil of women will views; had been completed- the .j
room thrown into one made an ideal speaker said he saw no reason 11
-- -- ----- meet at Temple Beth-El Monday why
THE NEWS acknowledges the receipt ballroom and in the breakfast- afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. the multidiuous products; of that t

of the New York World's Almanac room small tables were daintily ---. --- prosperous country should not be

for the year 1903. This; publication spread, at which an elegant supperwas Pfeiiler's goods have always proven ,exchanged through the channels ofa

as in years past, is replete served in several courses.; The satisfactory to their many customers regular: steamer line to the United t
; therefore, ring 'phone 363(; and : ,
with valuable information, statistical guests were graciously received by order your Christmas cake*. States, aud Pensacola the point of I

political, financial, historical Irs.; Brown, assisted by Mrs.; H. T. -- import.

and' otherwise. It i is; a ready reference Wright, the former gowned in pale RARE BARCAINS. The lecture was closed at 10 : .

CLEAMCB SALE library in a small compass, blue silk, white chiffon trimming, o'clock, and a round of applause was 'i,I j -

comprehensively indexel: and carries and\the latter in black peau de soie. Heventy-flve acres on Blackwater given the interesting and entertaining .

a large line of advertisers.One The guest of honor appeared in an miles Bay, rich from black Milton hammock, particularly lauds; two speaker, who, it may here be .

i reason! why the Bijou bar,con- I elegant costume of white chiffon adapted to pecans. This land joins; mentioned, is a master; of science of ,

...BEFOf The guests present were: Mr. and and is partially cleared. two years has been employed as
which Jacob Kryger and his;
Capt. Two hundred and eighty acre*,
:Mrs. J. C. Mrs. Marion Cald-
;; Avery,
consulting engineer of
Argentina.
estimable wife are proprietors, is 100 acres cleared, 7 miles from Milton -
:-... !: I1 "Ic-Breisted! 2 piece I 51 inch Heavy Ladies'Clothiu all is that the attendants are well, \Irs. Alfredo Bierck, Mr. and 1 3'j miles from the railroad: on --
so popular
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I h w worth $3, special ale (Colors regular $1 yard, this sale! b9c and make Mrs. J. O. Bemmes; Mr. and Mrs.! J. i Yellow River at Faulk's Ferry DR. CORTHELL WAS
I always! polite, affable you
Ii' .. ),ard. S. Reese, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. :\Ic.Gaughey 1 Well watered and with good dwellings -
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'W' i-.irrv a full line of feel at ease; another is that you are outhouses and fencing.
P. Five Pieces Black Shark Skin, 41- Mr. and Mrs.! I. H. Aiken; ENTERTAINED JO-DAY
-. !'''in :3 to 16 age, at served with only the purest and old- There are 40 acres of cypress in 'J
; <. i rybody. inch Dress Good, latest out, regular You will find Misses; Mary Aiken, Mamie Merritt this tract worth the price of the -
and wines.
I. .r :-'!holy Wii.dow for $f 1 yard, this sale 8'c yard. eat liquors Edna Avery, Stella and Katherine whole. This laud has been grown At 9:30: o'clock this morning the I t
1. i 1'nderwpar.. nothing there with a tinge of headache '
11'.w 3rt pieces Fancy Dress Goods, wool! Avery, Mary and Leah ChaJHn, sallie extensively to cane and large profits steamer E. E. Simpson left Palafox ;.
tI1!! line of Ladif 5I.
in it. made. Thereare1200acresoffenced
t. : :-ilk Waists at prices so Hid Milk, regular $l'yard, this; sale Wright, Nellie and Cora Mallory, pasturage adjoining, which is; free. wharf with a party who had been '

\' ', .1 L: v-t-ar OIIP. Me yard The canvas of the city for the Kpottswood; Elise Chipley, Daisye Eighty-one acres 3 miles north of favored with invitations to a bay ""

1Urd, If Heavy: French Neck Three pieces All-wool Black Hen Wiggins directory for 1903 is about liver, Leonard, Bertie Smith ; above with good house, well and ride given in honor of Dr. Corthelland i
', 1 i I. -hirt+, special :roc; !riett. silk warp, regular$l yard, this; and in a few days the spring fed ponds. This tract is i wife. '
dii-'v'I! .','11. sale sr.c; yard. completed MeSH& Brooks; McClellan, Pasco,
valuable in connection with stock
M, All-wool Tricot canvassers will leave for Jackson- Porter, Leonard, Ross, Pitt, Moreno, ,, Those; who composed the party
Fleeced Lined UHI. :SO() pieces 30-inch raising. The wood and timber will I',
r: I. 50c, special 3jcj: ; all! colors; regular 35c yard, this sale ville to do similar work there. The Watson,Gary,W. D. Howe, Knowles pay for clearing and also for the were Mr. Jack Roberts and sister, "

\\. '.:. 'i h. 25c; yard.Just directory company desires; to make Hyer, J. W. Dorr, Bnckner Chipley land. Richard Roberts, Dr. I.. D. Blocker "'
M Ml Wool Red Under- Jt Received a Full Line this work as complete as No such bargain ail this has yet and wife AlexZalius
; year's pos Hyer Whiting and Will Runyan. A.F. Warren, '
: W -pecial"5c; ; drawers \Vaistings, regular23c; yarothis; sale been offered to purchasers. The
'S : 13c; yard. sible, and request any person or I Fred Howeand wife, Mrs. A. F. Mal-
have cultivated
I lands been for years ] t
'I. ','.. All Wool Camel'sirt 47 Indies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy family who has; been inadvertently Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Osborne left and I know what they will produce. )j i Tory, Mrs.; S. M. Rosengrant, of Mobile i !

*, worth Jl,50. spec- Day Skirts, worth U. O, special sale omitted or who has moved since this morning for their home in Jacksonville They are convenient io market and and Mrs. M. E. Marvin. ,

.'* rs to match, in White, 98o each. called upon to address them at the to the regret of their will be sold at a bargain on accountof ,'I The outing was tendered Dr. Cor
h : i\\'n color- 2i a) Ladies' Rpady-to-Wear Rainy owner engaging in other business.For .
,l .h I 'ut 3 doz. Men's Bilk Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool, general postoffice delivery, city, and friends.Mr. ; particulars, price and terms I thell and wife by the L. & N. officials

'hawer, worth $3; spec- worth 14, special sale $2.48 each. the corrections. will be made. address NED FAY and a great many were invited, I,,4 f
?ieach.L' 60 Ladies' Black and Colored -- -- and Mrs. E. O. Saltmarsh entertained j9tf Pensacola, Fla. but for a number of reasons all thoseso ;\
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I! 'v'" and Girls' Ribbed j Worsted Skirts! worth $1 I 50, special An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. favored could
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne of not accept the invitations
r d Lined Undershirts at I sale 9Sc each. Some time ago my daughter Happiness is; the proper good of
.. .* r, to match. II i 37 Ladies'; Black Tailored and Figured caught a severe cold. She complained Jacksonville on Wednesday at a human effort and health is indis- conveniently.The .

.. 't. I'my's:: and Oirl's! Gray and Skirts, worth $2 50 to J6, special of pains in her chest and had a small dinner party. pen able to it-take Hood's Karsa- trip was to the harbor mouth
;. W ol Undershirts; at 50c; sale $1.98 to U.9 each.ReadytoWear bad cough. I gave her Chamber- and to points of interest around the

"I s'w ,- match. I Jackets, our price lain's Cough Remedy according to Young Mr. Thiesen; a student at 'bay. This was for the of
ti r "Y a full line of LadieV" $1.43 to $S each. You will save directions and in two days she was Sewanee is being coached duringhis parilla.SnoToAN purpose
J Hoy's and Girls' Shoes I money by looking at ours before well and able to go to school. I giving the distinguished stranger an '
;; W MU save you :25c! on. buying. have used; this remedy in my familyfor ; holiday for advancement in his idea of the port's importance, and >

.I.'I ,.r-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at $1.50
nothing Bougnt at SOc on to SS: worth nearly double. never known it to fail," says James Prof. Percival Whaley. wether 112 South Tarragona street. he expressed his great pleasure and
tr He will close them out at 4'J ,Boy;;' Double-Breasted 2 piec Prendergast,merchant, Annato Bay, -
j.t : : eatfother merchants.; suit, worth $1.60, special 98c suit.1Miht Jamaica, West India Islands.; ; The You can get any sum of money you was surprised to find that Penaacola I
The Rev. Dr. Warner of New Orleans may need at the lowest rate of In- was blessed with such advantages
pains in the chest indicated an ap- superior
proaching attack of pneumonia, is to be the guest of Mr. and terest. Yon ran be assured of fair and he predicted great
Buy Blankets and Comforts Until Look Mrs. Wm. H. Knowles when he
you which in this instance was Undoubtedly treatment and strictly confidential things in tbe near future. :

at Viir.,'. Remember the Place, warded off by It Chamberlain's comes to lecture next week,Wednesday business relations. j7tf i Dr. and Mrs. Corthell left on the fi
Cough Remedy. counter the 11th. Those who had the .
Ic5 s. F. E. BRAWNER. acts any tendency a cold toward of bearing Dr. Warner's noon train, intending to visit many : 1 t'
PaL st all pleasure
ox pneumonia. Sold by druggistsand I southern ports. He wished TUB f
lecture "The Women ol MONEY TO LOAN
on
medicine dealers. previous
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1 well his excel-
as as
Thu can get house I Do yea want a magnificent watch I 1 Fruit cake, best made,at Pfeiffer'I Shakespeare lent address, at tbe laying of the On the most reasonable terms and court house last night would be : : j ,
your in
for little money? If so, call on Steam Bakery. printed pamphlet form and that
', f"rn ish complete at JlfarJ Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate corner stone of the new Christ without publicity.J. all who wished a copy could bare ;f r ,
will not willingly miss; the VI. BULLARD
church ,
ston you.Jfudgius Hot Chocolate with] same within a month by banding -1.4F
,Quina'son easy pay-\ Cream at Solomon opportunity of bearing him again. 2S.4 South Palafox, UpStairs.J. their request for same to Hon. W. A.
Whipped
mellts, weekly monthlu flit $est far $c. 8. His subject this time is "Shylock A. WILWX, Manager. Blount. S I



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S THE DAILY NEWSi PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 10 ISO3.
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THE BLAKELY BLAZE. -

Mrs. Laura S. Webb BANKROBBERGAIHiHT '-

3 Seventy Bales of Fleecy Staple. Destroyed

YictPtaUot of Taocn'* Democratic dabs of Nbrtkm Ohio.thechingcdWcwhkhwu. by Fire.
IN AJiESTAURANT Blakely. Ga., Jan. 9.-FIre broke out

IHEREARE MANY Thursday morning at 3 o'clock in the

1' cotton seed house of the Georgia Cot
flat VkO Tithing
approaching.
between
sickly women -
f, with a friend noticsd Was Posing as a Wealthy ton Oil company, on the rightofwayof
the ages! of thslswut&Ungyo the Central railroad, and tae build !. '

4. 49 and 55, but there are WiacoiCuduiaachbewuYery Stock Man. ... Ing and entire contents consisting of _
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few invalids over 55 10 enthusiastic about it that I two or three cars of cotton seed, were for Infants and Children.

and 60 years of age. The decided to try a bottle. lex.prieaced ENTERTAINING PARTY AT LUNCH destroyed. Seven cars on the track, -

change of life coming to a tome relief the tint -- loaded with various kinds of merchandise CMtorb Is a i13rnUt'SS substitute for Castor Oil, Pare.a .

a woman near her forty- fIwthIoIk1pt1tak1ngit The Man Excited the Suspicion of an and 65 or 70 bales of cotton on gone Drops and St.othiug Syrups. It is P1et.ant. It
for three month and now I the platform were entirely destroyed.The cOlltlins neither Otilniti l\lorpluno nor other articsubstau
fourth year, either makes Xn.Utna.Wtl*. menstruate with no pain and Officer Who Searched the Rogue's Central depot and Quite a numberof ('(>. It destroys! Worms and allays 't"-'rbhUt.* .

; hex an invalid or gives I hall take it off and on now Gallery and Found Picture of Lane. nearby buildings were saved only It cures Diarrluva.,. aid Wind ( oli('. It relieves lYetli-

her lease until have the climax. I do not of the fire injj; Troubles and cures Constipation. It; regulates tho
a new on life. Those who passed by hard work. The origin I'
p Will Be Taken to Galesburg. Stomach and Bowels! jjivinsr healthy and natural slct-i).
dread it eow, M I aa sure that you Is
meet this change In ill health seldom unknown. The Children's: Pamicea-Tlie Mother's Friend.
L \Vine of Cardui will be of great benefit Quincy IlL. Jan. 9.-After stopping
live ten afterward while .
: years at this time. since last Saturday at l>ae of the leadIng The Kind You Have Always Bough
.
1M 1 a woman who lays aside the active Standard Oil Company's StatementNew
stock-
hottls, posing as wealthy
J of Cardui is the to
duties of womanhood In health selrme remedy
i man and lavishly spending money, W. York Jan. 8.-The StandardOil i Bears the Signature of_

dom fails to live on.in happiness, re-inforcoawomanagainstthe&hock L. Lane alias Doc Butler, alleged company authorizes the statementthat

: years after she has passed 60. This that comes with the change life. member of the Abingdon bank robber it does not own or control any

is truly a critical time. It re-establishes healthy functions gang. was captured at 1 o'clock this part of the producing territory of

Mrs. Laura S. Webb, of Toledo, after yean of suffering. In doing morning in an all-night restaurant. At either the Beaumont oil field l in Texasor
the time of his arrest Lane was giving the Jennings field in Louisiana, and
Ohio, recognizes the change of life this it has saved thousands of of-
has never sought to do so.
an after-theater lunch to a small
ia time. Do not wait
u dangerons period and she also ferers just with whom he had --- In Use
party become acquainted For Over 30 Years.
until suffering is upon .jou. Thorough
has faith in Wine of Cardui. She
4 by some of the well known*I ? .. .
wr era.u. .. eoM.wv. .U"UY Stt "( "(ORO! CVFji
should
preparations be made
writes: people 0! the: city all believing him C1ssilldAdvetSeMelltS i
ia advance. Begin! the Wine of -
to be a rich Ttxan.
"As I bid always been troubled more
or lest at the menstrual period,I dreaded Car oi treatment today. The man excited the suspicion of _

? ___IJ _-._ __ _IU -UJf-L I l.A Officer Leahy while telephoning! the !i. : B.: ijTaoffijc

A million suffering women \VesUrn Union! relative to a telegramsent II ONE CENT A WORD. ,

r WINEofCARDVI i have found relief in to a Chicago address and which -_-_-_ _-- - _- I ; ..
I Wine of Cardui. concerned a shirment made by Lane 1.NEY I'O J-.fcJNIJ. I, I Ld MASUFACTCRERS AND DEALERS IN

j-rj- __ njjii.riS........ .L Jf of J2. -- MONEY TO LEND : Jt.
---- ---- -- searched the rogues pallery ou improvedreal LUMBER LATHS

German-Lutheran church tomorrow. after: his suspicions! were aroused and estate, in large or email ., ,

L1: r SERVICES ;;THE CHURCHES :] Sunday school will be held at 9 a. m. found .Lane's Deier-tivcs picture and and officers a lengthyrecent. were Call amounts on Leslie at low E. Brooks rate of, attorneyat interest.: Li.Li i gg| ZmDCTPEESSSfilHaiK-ilMiuitj; : ;; : : :

law 6. Palafox Zst. Fisher
The meeting of the trustees and con' .. 204J : I Ibuildinll. '
t........................ gregation, announced for tomorrow, at once detailed to so In search of tbtsuypect. 3mlm i 1 -.., PE1'\. ALorA. Fl."

Catholic. I __ h_ __ __ ___ __
is
herewith postponed until farther Lane was foundattending the play I MONEY TO-DAY-Do you need

St. \Iiclael's-Order of divine notice. By order of the chairman J. "Trar)'. the Outlaw! :' with a party of I I mouei? You can borrow any

service for the winter: First nia:'s, Geo. White, Sr.: ; E. Riedel, spcre- fojr. and was kept under close watch amount you want today on easiest COAL Alt.ln WffJA=
terms anj lowest rates anywhere ,
7 a. m.; children's mas, 8 a. m.; last tary. until the arrest was made at the res- j obtainable, on improved city real

) Z mass and sermon, 10 a. m.j; evening Christian Su..nce. tauract. estate-fiom Wai. Fiehcr, 2u4lz: r;. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
devotions, 4 p. m. Six revolvers held by as many men, Palafox Street. lu-tl
Services at 202 West Gregory streetat weie thrust into his face and the df-I THIS WINTER THAN EVES fEFCRE
Bt. Joseph's, Rev. Robert Fullerton
11 a. m. All interested are invitedto n.ers were overwhelmed with conster- : IF YOU want to borrow money, inVest
ti Pastor-First m9.\s, 6:30 a. m.; attend. nation. I.ane was unarmed. A revolver money, insure your property SEND US YOUR ORDBKS MClnL

high mass, 9:30 a. m.; benediction, exactly like the one carried by procure abstracts of title, buy or
: 7:30p.m. Salvation At my. sell real estate, rent property of Thompson Olsen & 01.
the other men in the Abingdoa affair ,
Every one is cordially invited to any description, have rents collected .
already under arrest was found in his
Epll Cllpal. attend tho meetings at the Barrackson or your taxes attended to, Manresa Street
valise at the Tremont hotel. call on or address '1'boil. C. Watson Telefhcnel4_ 7.
Christ Church-Services by the DeReache street. Holiness meetIng Lane -=- '::!
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will be taken to Galesburg for & Co., Real Estate and Insurance;
rector, Rev. P. H. Whaley, at 7:30 Sunday at 11 a. m.; Junior elass preliminary! trial this evenng. Agents, Pensacola, Fla. Charges/ ESTABLISHED 1883.McKENZIEOERTING.

andlla.m.and5p.m. meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation meetings moderate. To everyone who buysa
lot from will lend
: every night at 8 o'clock in the Accuracy of Markmanship. us we money
,. Methodist Episcopal Church South with which to build a house. 8It1Jtiiutergai'ten : & CO.
Barracks airs San Francisco, Jan. 9.-Extraordinary ,
; open at 7 p. m. Capt. .
I Palafox Street ---- ---
L I Church, Rev. J. M.
Callie Holder, Lieut. Kellar, accuracy in marksmanship cbt (ehOC)1 o -DIAMEK8 UI 0
Dannelly, Pastor-Services at II a.
{ officers short the heavy gun practice at the -
charge.
4 m., conducted by Rev. J. M. Mason, .I I __ Presidio, the go\eminent reservation.The KiNDERGARTEN school will be Ship Chandlery and General Jtodmaa

: i D. D., presiding elder. Services at I Seamen's Friend Society. i. 12:!.Inch guns; were to be brought opened at 3;) iMst Wright street,

I 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. T. H. The Seamen's Friend Society will into play and the target was a wooden Oct. by Miss Margaret Maclay. 003 AND 805 1'ALAPOX SYU lT.

4 Law, D. D., superintendent of hold religious services at 3:30 p. m. structure pjramidal in shape about --- -- -,--- SOstf---- -fl1' C 2-

j the American Bible Society. Pun- Sunday in their reading room on 12:! fm long at each base :line anda IIA.llt <.; U')1./",; REVERE COPPER COMPANYJOHN A. ROZBLINO'8 HO\H' C.. '

j day school at 9:30 a. m., J.A. Avant, South Palafox street, in .the corner nut S frrt hiph.:; It was towed I II ----- ..- I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUe tEL &: SON'S l'r H'r.Uit !'\
I 0('. anwarj by a tux with a :long tow j 1RARAH: BEIRS F.- :
q superintendent; Epworth. League at building nortn of the Scandinavian :!! lire and white! moving at 7 miles an'nul' turer and dealer in Hair IHJurac-1 ': : =ti fl ?.-&! {t3. 5ii! tailsa! intrants! Chit:, istirs, lir.
; { 6 p. m., W. C. Mackey, president ; church. Seamen and citizens of all ;! Hal Toilet Article,
I was to be fired on.Vhcn the OO'iP.lSei, L\O. FTU
prayer service Wednesday at 7:3o denominations are invited. H. C. etc., 32U: West Government street,
tacft: was about 3 mites from shore C. McXeaiiaOai'tins Collecting Arent for Bir Pilots' Bf'kV i 'JI A 'J
p.m. Woman't Home Mission Society : Cu;bman, secretary. i] nn'kr I ,ciation.
,i niiij tow it appeared to 'hI' about for n -iit- :
meets Monday at 3 p. mIr?. 111! > size of a man's head. It was I -- I .

:i : -. J. M. Dannelly, president.Reed's Latter Saints Meetitg. then that Corporal Regan fired C 12-: J|' FOR RENT-G-room ccttage on W.
GARDEN
Diy Saints: will hold serVices THE 1FeneaC'lPlorida.
ijJj Chapel-Preaching atI p. Inch gun. The shot struck about S I ClJa-e near DeVilliers street
wi m. by Rev. A. L. Jonr Siindayfchool in Saints hall, 52S: Ea't Chase yards astern cf the moving mark. Corporal -' One 3-room and one 2 room apartments -
'1zrTI streetSunday night at i:30 o'clock. Uecan aimed the second at 213 W. Intendencia srrpet.
at 9:30 p. m.Iartin Part, missle |
1' superintendent. All are invited to attend. and scarcely had the roar of the llis. I )All in good h. order. Apply to OjimVAL'Li1) Pat IIcHIJ I Ii

Th Muscogee; Wharf-Sunday scLool char.
at 3p. m., J. N. Andrews, superin "Old! Hickory's" Anniversary. The shot has hit the! ere-1 I .
. my amidships and shattered it Into i Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
tendent. Nashville] Tenn., Jan. S.-The anniveisaiy | --- I

j1 school of "Old Hickory" victory at splinters. \;i I WANTED -Aa experienced cook.Apply I
Warrington-Sunday atM I I Gad dtn and Pala- :
corner
New Orleans will be oelebiated' this ( Beautiful Lots for Sale.
fi:30 a. in.Fred Blum, superintendent. Crew of Wrecked Bark. ]I fox. jStf
evening by a ball at Tulane. The historic I
taper found in the tent of Corn- Xea.h nay. \Vash., Jan. 9.-The following -!1I I 1- 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each according -
,
Oad
k den Street Cturch. Rev.V.. are the names of the eft'of SALESMAN WANTED-To calon!
wallis after battle
the Yorktown
I doctor only ou betiulf of the leading to location and surroundings.
Q. Vreeland, l'astor-Service at 11 the bark Prince Arthur which was ,
will be lighted. and is held in old
an
firm in the business. E tablisned -
I ; iI a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school : candlestick that was used in the Masonic wrecked 2 miles north of Paint Rock j| trade. Position permanent.;; ,'Exceptionally! Good Neighborhood View

.i1J i at 9:30 a. in., Dr. J. B. Tiller, j: lodge cf which General Jackson Friday nIght when but two of the ]!" State experience.' Address, P. O. i iI Beautiful

I1v I superintendent; Epworth League at was a member. Letters of regret ('few'f're saved: Hans; :Marson captain )I Box 858, Philadelphia. J3 7-10 j High, Dry Fertile Lands.

6:15 p. m., Mr. Cade Sbackelford, I Ian been received from President and : Harry Mondell. first mate: fieo.Jackeon i
. Prank: fiolden Nixon SELECT boara and lodging wanted The
grandest for investment
. 1 president; Ladies' Aid Society meets Mis. Roosevelt. Mrs. Dewey and tlid II by young married couple. North. opportunity ever
Christian
Charles!
' ; Monday after the tand third Sundays governors of several states.c.A.gTtxtI.- Cr-ristopherson.Christopherspn.Oscar( Martin, Joer- : west Hill, above PaUfox street, offered in Pensacola.

A at 4 p. in.; prayer meeting : :: dali1. i desired. Address; 1C," care Daily I
Bean TlB! Kind 'Yaa Hara Annays Bgg:!! :| apprentirce boys: a carpt-nter i, News. d8 Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
Wednesday at 7 m.
every p. whose' nami' is unoknwn.! The two --

,thftZ survivors. Christopher Hanson, second A\TED-All kinds of empty beer j
.-.. d.uTI
Baptist. mate. anrt' Kuird Larsen the sailmaker. -Ii'I bottle H. A. rrieclman. n9-tlj A. 'T.Clu..bbsCorner

First Baptist Church-Rev. F. state that they had no reckoningfor .
Jonepastor. Services at a.m.and throe dajs.! and at f o'clock! of the'I WANTED--Men to learn barber
\tVati & 'wf'k trade. :Steady:: practice furnished Garden and Brit Streets.
I. of i I
the
day soundings 16
7:30 p. in. Sundayschool at JoO: a. fathin-s. gave by free woik. Instructions and { .
jn., E. D. Begg, superintendent. lectures by experts.Vugeil and I
;I II F.e., BRENT, WM. H KNOWLKa W. K. I1YEK. JR.. J. 8, KER.*
L! B. Y. P. U. service at 6:30 p. m. INSURANCEAXD I shop experience Saturdays. Tools President. VlcePr s.ddDt. Ctsbler. Ati't l.'t>r
7 Reduction In Rates. presetted: board provided. Catalogue -
l' A cordial invitation extended to all
San Francisco. Jan. !).-The So"th.1 I mailed free. Moler Barber
&,L to attend these services. era Pacific company has announced College! New -, La.THREE .

.' ., The Church-of Christ. REAL ESTATE, that rrdared rates of ?25: flora Missouri --- -- First National Bank
:'IAI' IIIa.1" VA'111)
I Church of Christ, Corner Alcaniz No. South Palafox Street.! riser points anil $33::: from Chi/ -- ------ -......
Bible cago to immigrants and others desiring from Pensacolaand ,
and Jackson Streets- school yonug men

+ 9:45 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and to settle in Calofirnia! will be vicinity at once to prepare foxPositions OF PEJ: 13ACOLA.\...!...
. Partial Lit of :Desirable Dwellingsfor granted from Feb. 1 to April 20. in the Government Seri '
\\ T. of Viola
f 3:30p.m. by Tracy i
vice. Apply to Inter-State Corres.
Reut in Various Partsof DJnnCTO: : 1I1!!
renn.prayer; meeting Wednesday I Ic-t.. Cedar Rapids: Ii. n::42mFOR
; the City: WM. H. KNOV/LES. W. A. KLOONT F. C. lir.EXT-. K HV ,'* -"
7:30 at -
practice
Song -
\ 1F I: p. in. evening -
r: eervice begins at 7:15 o'clock. Comer m.W-2'j-story) an modern house convenience'containing I baib* rooms.on .g I i'OR P.tL.L';. I 0. O. BRENT,

I; and join us in these services. upper "Dd Inner Huon. corner lot. "iZiEc I Iharle
nicejard antl..brUbh..ry. ktuble.out- nd set of '
'i 4 Irrht>;iertan. Lnu,es.. etc.. So. 7U East LnUuahtreet. fii's denature li oa every box of the genuine.axative I!I -,;, in good order. Apply to i ij riIv'e in l arl kel Isfe kfH 9 a ui S::2

; ,t t 11 First Presbyterian Church Rev. $-j.i'<'-3- ii rooms, known as the i'uiic de the remedy that core* a cold In one do)'. building. jatiT tf
Jr. : Linn R. Walker, Pastor-Services Leon house No. lln }a.t Intenden iI I -.- .

1i J at 11 a. m. and 8 p.m., by the pastor. *>'i.'.i-cia:\desirable street. 2-story modern dwelling ,I -- -- --- I II STOCK and good will of tho Columbia ; (Jraw oar own Bills cf Zxebiinjre oa Ortat Britain, Ire Jar1

tt school 9:30 7 rooms, mot desirable sei'tioo or the I Restaurant, C05 South Palafox France Austria Holland Boly-Icm. Jlattlu > JWl.l'
sunday at a. m. city on a cnrneion th. street c..r L W. PEAKE, street. Enjoys good patronage. Germany, Italy, Spain, ,
hue.No.tt Nrtb I'.areelor-a .lrt' Sweten, Denmark aad other European conntries.Disbursed .
it,f ('hirn. .an.n f:.),' l.arge :!-..Iory dwelling. Iw rooms.<'l. Xo. 30 t>"outh Palafox street, keer? Reasons for selling wish to engage -

't Central Christian Church, No. 16 I i Cioverninent JroDUor; -Vllltl itreet.f. Square. Nu.Sm tatt; call bell, wires and all kinds of1 I: *.,In P. O.other box 4te.business.: HtagnoBm dis tiV'Veeois! apon tho Moat Favorable Term, and ,t.l!U

, .: East Romana Street: -Junior Christian .>Comtortable! new S-story modern elec'ric.il supplies. Hare him do'' Obligations Taken Payable at Port at Destination Ten or Fifteen Dil
OWehhing.\I rooms de.lrable work. Call after Vessel Arrives there
very sec- your phone 203.
.f Endeavor at 9 a. m.; Sunday tion of tne ciy ntuited pn North _. A BARGAIN can be had in one of .
t echool at 10 Y. P. S. C. E. Havlen betneeo strong and DeSotostreets. the finest residence and moat deoiqbe Boxes
tit! a. m.; sections of Northwest Hill, j "SafBty Deposit for Rent in Connection

rh at 11 a. in. JJ5-2-5tory H rooms dwelling tares doors In fOOd from order the with bell Try Gunther's Candies at subject to) guaranteed ]eu..e at fair I with whloh wo hAYS a Prira c&rtment for the Uii

line has glu and mater throughout, Solomon's.Medicfcl for three years. Plan of house can of Ron ten.DR .
F1; l'nlveol'llall"l. No 210 North ktareciouabtreel he seen at my office. A. V. Clubby -
30.00-l-stor: j
First Un versalist Church, Eist bath gas dweillngrooms., with large corner, city lot water.,No. Society, Attention. Pensacola. 6n-2w'
It 4 street.
13 Chase Street. Rev. Mrs. Athalia L. J. 115.70: -.1-story dwelling.S room., newly pa- There will be a regular meeting; of FOR SALE-The molt desirablelots ,

Irwin, Pastor-Subject at 11 a. m., I 1 I pored and painted throughout, on ;he Pensacola Medical Society at in the city on easy terms, by NEW DISCOVERY :I

I "The Handwriting on the Wall." Jlo.OO: -l-story belt line.nl..IHng.clty No.3W taH6rl'juY'lret't w&ier and bath., he Board of Health off.ce at 1 f- the Fisher Real Estate Agency, I .
I 7 room*.half j'clockp.m. Tiesday. Jan 13 and 27.Visiting 2043 South Palafox. ISalm I
I block of round with FOR THAT COLD.
"The UuiTersalist Office 17X l'alafoLffOutifrom5to9:5)sm.snd
: Subject at 7:30 p. m., -:! beautiful shad trees, :"o. 7W East physicians are cordially 8.
Idea of Salvation," after Cervantes street. ;nited to attend. llon.dln HOIIMO. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. I 1 to IP.11
U U.5oltory: : dwelling So 415 East Gregory
: which tbe Lord's Sapper will bo itreet.5 rooms, newly papered and DR.W. C. DBWBERY, BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler Cures I Mid alter 7 o'clock

: celebrated. Sunday school, at 10 |hl.l--No.5l4 painted.Kast Belmont street, 5-raora President.OR. Spring, Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs. Colds Bronchitis Asthma 'I .
L. DxM. BLOCKER, Ph.on.o CG.I
Condon, proprietress. All tbe
a. m ; Y. P. C. U. at 6:30p.m.; I cottage city water newly painteJ..No. n2ottf
Itlo.perr..ot order. ? Secretary. i comforts of home at very reasona Pneumon iaHayFeverPleu-
Bible study Wednesday at 7:30 U'\.5<'- 14,14 North Alcaniz
p. street a newbouse hie
rates. Northern tourists will I
.. The public U cordially invited to m.1 fll.I'Io.. *'i in fcast good order Helmonl with street 5 rooms., city JllDWlFEMY. find this an ideal place to spend a'' risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, JOHN S. BEARD,

tend these services, and the pastor water painted II and n"'ltt renovated 5 room cottage thrjughout.newly The undersigned takes this method : portion of the season.12olm Sore Throat, Croup and l ATTORNEY.A -LAW.

: always glad to meet @tran ers after I I ii(Xi-NO. vluKt laUua street. a neauy ''Jf eileria her services as a : 3ls'e IIlln .... Whobpb Cough.NO OfQeeP !J Tbieeen KuiUi:,!.
( (" 30
tbe benediction. 'Ht piDrrt-d.large t room tot,cottage city water.ia good con flrst-slas: licensed midwife, havIng j "- -----..- -..- ..............-- ...... CURE. NO PAY. ,
A largo list cf smaller dwellings as well had 35 years experiesce.: )I H. ALFMAN, umbrella maker, 315 Pries! SOc. and SI. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE Office Hour-8SO a. Jr.. to 1 j jI i' m.
,n a number of stores and offlces o tC ttnNr. Can give best of reference from South Palafox !street.! Re covering 1

Lutheran. THOS. C. WATSON & CO., leading physicians of this city. and repairing of umbrellas and 1 will repair your wmcnea lUlU Z:30p.m.t06:3.p.m.ill and federal -r!_
Practice In StatS
Owing to the illness of the pastor, Leading Real Estate 1-nial and Insurance MRS. M. OIDDENS, parasols a specialty. Silk covers jewelry in first-class style. J. I All buslan entrusted to me 11'11! rt ,
.: there' will be uo preaching at the Ageats Houtb f a'uloz aireet.: Jltf 111 South DeVilliers St. always on band. jan 3 Stephens. prcmct and dilIgent altentioD.t .

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THE DAILY NEWBl PEN8ACOLA. FLORIDV8ATUROAY. JANUARY "

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Uncle Sam says it's ADDITIONAL DETAILS UWL-L-Lulutltl.-I.mliu. HUSBAND BEATENDY !g. I PTR & OI5 liftsf



REGARDING ATTACK STRIKER'S M03

all '
right WHOLESALE ; : : ::

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r t'p Fam. In the p r.a !.Eye-vritn "'. : Fruits.$ &' -<: V.a fH&

.art IJr IJur diU1Iery. During tile entire process of distillation alter tie wnibkey l.
dt:* : i barrels In our warehouses during the seven years It remains there, from the Leave Camp. I The Assault. m .". ; j1. c
;;rvY--'; *' buy to the whiskey you get, Uncle Sam Is constantly on the watch We dare I { ) '- f:
t ,
rnt. tiraiton of our own whiskey from our own warehouse unless he says it's all richt. i I Id Produce E
d t.e does SAT so.that whiskey roes direct to you with all its orlrtnalstrenrth,rich.carrying I
,\1:.,,w ai 1 1'or.. a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANT ULTIMATUM PRESENTED TAYLOR ; m It is courting danger to stand under i INTERNALLY I INJURED ): .:" 1;
e", E el I'L'KITY and AGE. and saving the dealers' enormous profits. That's why icy ea\es. Not a few have learned this I HUS2AND '. ;
H\l' >i".R w HISiKtY: is tne best for medicinal purposes. That's why it is preferred for to their coft Every winter andeen 127.129 East fl :
?1%pro it 1'hat s why we have over a quarter of a million satisfied customers Than He Endeavored to Agrue with the Men I death injury After Mob Had Assaulted Her Hj: GJvernmcnt Sf. .
are the result of
\ju siould try it. Your money back it you're not satisfied. reported as '

y tut Lloyd Ordered His Companionsto I this carelessness. But there is a far band She Threw a Stone at The::,:, Keeps constantly en hand and can \ :f :

more popular way of courting danger.Eery hip at short notice: Holland Cab. ..j ". \,'

Direct from our distillery to YOU Seize the Superintendent When man or woman who neglects a When She Was Siezed and the: A; bajie, hardheads; Ruta Kagas In 160 : h .

cough is inviting sickness, and many a pound bae*, Best Michigan Potatoes i'' ; "
""""" He Commenced Shooting.
Savis Diilin1 Profits I Prmnts Adulteration I fatal sickness has its beginning in a slight sault Renewed. Red Globe Onions Extra Fancy d"!'" ". ,

XCJan.. Additional details cough. Hen Davis Baldwin, Russet, Hut 'afi. .,
Wells Phi1ad'l hla Jan 8.-The first vut ; .
The timely use of Dr. Pierce's Golden : birdjon and New York Spies A*>- I y.,) .
,
have, been received here regarding Medical ness called by the counsel fur the!: Florida I : '
Discovery will pies Rnatan
cure the cough. Oranges: Co- : :
HAYNER WHISKEY the tragedy enacted at the Keystone Even when the cough is obstinate and nonunion miners before the coa! strike ('OiDUt": L. L. RaNins, full weight; .t.m' J ..

mine, where th 12 union miners there is hemorrhage with emaciation and commission today was Mrs. Emily Texas Pecans Mixed Nuts Mixed '1..1 : : : .,zt,

attacked Superintendent Taylor for weakness, Golden Medical Disco\ery" Stephens of Schuylkill county whose Candy, Large and Smooth Stick F .. .
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the alleged purpose of running him out always helps and almost always cures. husband worked during: the strike in Candy, White, Red Kidney And i .i i : "t.

PURE SEVEN.YEAR-OLD RYE town, and which resulted in the deathor I "I was troubled with a had cold wliich settled Silver Brook colliery of the PhSladelphia Lima Beans ; California and Virginia ;1.t t. I.
on my lunis ant left me with a miserable! a Black Eye Peas, Virginia Pea. :If;' -:.
wounding of several of the miners I cough," ntcs Mr. 1) Coal and Iron ;
Joseph rums of
3iSIlt&stii and Reading
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nut* Cheee Butter
Street, Ithaca. New extra fine, fa !1 ,
FULL $ -!! EXPRESS participating.Since I V rk. "I used two beetles of tomj.acy.She 10, 20 and 30-pound package ; Beets .-.1" t 1
4 a branch of the Western Federation i jour Ouldi-n !('ticall1iOo'o\- was an eyewitness to an assault Horde Radish, Cotton Seed Hulls in .d; :

O PREPAID of Miners was organized a few i J 1'_ trj'' after which entirely.ray couijhdisappeared Cannot made upon her husband by strikers. :Hack*, Cotton Seed l\Iralllest Bhorta!: ;: :" .' J':

QUARTS weeks at IHy] the miners are said' and Pure Bran. ,.
ago, '.- recommend jour nicdi- She said that after her husband had 'i" :

to have taken a decided stand, the -. ciue tv>j highly." b .en knocked- down twice she pickedup To arrive todiy, toO boxes Indian 'I .... :.

y, w rnu FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of HAYNER'S REVEJJ- particular object of their attack being r Acc.'rt no substitute for < River Oranges.; Wilt be sold at 1 : ,' ;
for 13.20, a stone: and threw it at the; men .
and
'lie will pay the express charges. Try it and 1; Golden Medical Discov once. No fancy prices.; i',i i" :'
i all right: and as good as you ever used or can buy from the New York andc'a a com I cry." There is nothing committing the assault. She was Send in your Holiday Orders at Mr I f-[
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my price bend it back at and ti20
our will
expense be
a' ..' next mall. Just think that offer over.your How could it be pany. ..ixj. "just as good" for diseases seized and held while the beating con I once so they may have careful at- ;J. : 1.;

.' Dot perrectly satl l1ed. you are nut out a cent. lietttr let Superintendent John A. Tr.yor! who of the slonuclt.t..l tinued. Her husband was internally tention and packing and before .' I" r-
:a tial onler. If you don't want four quarts yourself ret a I was formerly connected with the Fer- .k <)( i, and lungs. Sube' I prices; advance. J \
injured. ;!
.. we ship in a plain scaled marks show I -
IOU. what's
f case no to .., .
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n:0: : Jiinicg company of Durango, stitution means a little Mrs. P.obert Robinson! of Lower I SyShip us your Turkeys, Eggs tt ;.
"t Ariz.. Cal.. Col.. Idaho Mont.KPV,, N.Met, Ore.rtin'Wash. Union Copper more profit to the dealt and Produce and get best obtainable
with the
Ie.ko. and also City told of an attack being made on i' .1
I loe on the basis of 4 ((narti for *4.OO by F.ipress but a loss to ou. prices. .
j
repaid or 2t) inartM! for K16.0O by Freight Prepaid. and Gold Hill! mines of North Car -1' The Common Sense her home while her husband worked : : ),

Write our nearest office and do it NOW. olina had bten notified on several :e Idicaldri r, 1008: I during the strike. She was particularly Geo. \\l '' < ,
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occasions that he had better leave large pages, in paper !bitter against her brother! ,in-law. Fryer Son f : .

THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY the camp, presumably because he had covers, is sent Jree on James Lewis, who she said led the .. !1 .,r

IAHTA. CV DAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS, HO ST. PAUL, MINN. recently ordered a reduction in his receipt to of 21 one-cent of mob. _ _ Telephone Xo. _><). 'f; 1 ,(
\ stamps pay expense : ,
D T BY.TBOY.O. ESTABUSHID 1844 employes wages. \ nailing ',iIi'. Address MOB RELASE TWO LYNCHERS. 1'.j' ;...

I Telegrams were sent to New York Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo '

I It is said. threatening to flood the X. Y. Took Prisoners From the Sheriff In I 14

-- -- mines and take other stern measuresIf
I Tennessee. Curset' : H
fntcrn-itlonal: Congres"! of Arts. the superintendent was not removed. ; :
THE HALL OF FAME. Lewisburg, Tenn. Jan. 8.-Wednesday
Prominent Nashville Merchant Dead.St. .
!=;t. T ouis.: Jan. 9.-The: general"oyie Yesterday morning a delegation 1l'
-- night at mluiwglit \ How-
Louis Jan. Christopher
of th" international ultimatum to be
I' rt Ljons of Pendlt-ton, Pa., dead roigres: o{ presented Taylor an released W. P. Hopwood and W. H. OF ,
50 of the
erton for one leading i '
arts; and science\ has been announced signed. It is charged. President Lloydof years t, .
e: fought at Waterloo.i merchants Nashville, Tenn., died Johnson from the Marshall! county '
r>y theworld's fair manaremnt: the miners' union and a committeeof
'K-i's rulltr Victor of Oregon;: at the home of his jail. The prtOner5'ere charged '
suddenly today son,
through Howard J. floors: director miners went to Taylor's office and ,
1. mi as the "historian of the north Cornelius I... Howerton. Death was with lynching a negro named JoEn DRINKCUKEU
o' conrpcsrs.; Hminpnt specialists\ asked him to go along quietly or they ,
; tT has just died In IVirtlaud. due to heart failure the result of old Davis and a numerously signed petition ;
him deador ,
of the FnitPil States have been appointed would be compelled to take ,
Af.r; an xlitorial life of fifty years to arrange details for the plan. alive. Traylor endeavored to age. The body will be shipped to to Judge Houston to grant a special '.: j -

!-:, r.unu-ll of Webt Union, 0., has Nashville, where the interment will term of court to try them had 'I ,
.
BY :
The committee will meet for consulta. argue with the men but Lloyd orderedhis
"
:,"':rui. II, I is eighty years of age. take been refused.
tion! Jan. 10. and will report final recommendations companions to seize the place. '
Artl.ur Balfour, premier of England superln'l I The judge's action became known WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. ,: }i- '
to the advisory boardon tendent and bring him along. ,
.1 I make a pood In'ing as a profes- here last night and shortly afterwardthe '
Jan. 17. (1porPnrkl'r, the Ixm- men started for Taylor, who grabbeda To Remain In West Indian Waters. No tllfr. l'-oo>'or. Inn te yiren in ylatt of .:' }
f pianist! if politics ceased to in- I masked party appeared at the '
din resident representative of the gun and commenced shooting. At I The .Hague, Jan. 9.-In view of the iruter.lea, or roftt without jmtKHt'i Luoirltilge. 1'"1 !
t. llllll.SUincr. foor of Sheriff Wallace's residence. .
world's fa'r.' arrived today from Eng; the first shot the miners made a dash events in Venezuela the Dutch cruiser White itihhon .mtod"\\'lIIcureord"stro, 1. S
: of Sandusky, 0., who is Assistant Jailer Marshall answeredthe IIII land. Tie will remain in the city several for the door. The men that were I Holland has been ordered to remain: nts, wlivtliir" tbe patient Is a confirmed .. ;
Tolstoi's biographer, has workedy summons!! and was forced to give 1 '
days to Inspect the site of the shot were James Slaggs and Sam John. inVest Indian waters and the battleship inebriate a tippler, social drinker or j : .. ,'
laborer among immigrants to ''I' up the keys to the jail, which was at drunkard.' IniuoMblHloranyonetotaveaa! :.. 1,.
ntetlc.Ini fair and the progress of Great Brit son. and after the shooting Taylor surrendered DeRujter is proceeding to appetite for Htrutailic liquors after using ] .
ir life and once entered and the piiioners re W bite Ribbon .
ain's preparations for an exhibit. to the sheriff. Curacoa. i Keiuedy.Inilorsrd j I I f
l MemliprH of W. U. .
The general sentiment amon the >y C. T. '
;-.1.0'; the historic Chateau .'torly"ar,,' Tonure to the officer and the crowd Quietly :1"f. ,
conservative clement of Ely is that Mr. Moore.press superintendent of Wo- .'
h '. .i
n )nIttIinar, formerly To be relieved from torturing disease Taylor was entirely justified in doing Portion of Plant Destroyed. departed, taking the ;,4Tgrd Ijnch- : men'b rbrlstian 'lunperance Union Ventura f< ,' .'
'i;lLi.! tl.I :'l'rl-lIe. Chicago, Jan. 9.-A portion of the ers with them and tttlathe whereabouts Cnlifornia. writes' : "I have tested ,i I I1 Ia
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after what he did.DEMANDS. bite Ribbon Remedy obstinate .
forty years' torture might on very edrunkard.aid .1
1 I i.lt\ the eight-year-oh: : plant of the Federal Manufacturing of the fugitives i is unknown.The : the cures have been' many. i _
1 r.eriili.irdt will! welt caue the gratitude of any one. I' : ID many case the Remedy was given..- : "
!- \I! ttlriee FOR INCREASE. company in South Chicago, was de- town is quiet.Three i't'r..tly. .
I cheerfully recommend' and In-
4.4
That h what DeWitt'sTitch Hazel I
"'-i.j.v
." ,1 I I ill'l'I\t'! an i.tress. Jvilve did for C. Haney. Geneva, O. Trainmen Will Want More Pay and was also partially destroyed. The Candidates For Chief of Police. i!: our Union are denoted to And an economical .- t
treatment aid In
to us our temperance
He : "DeWitt's Witch Hazel I I
., '. ...kr. i ho fam'JK'n.- says cured No Short Runs. burned buildings were 130 by 300 feet, Savannah, Ga., Jan. 8.iAlderman :I ", ork." jl' ;
of
Salve me piles after I had
i! ., .. \lirn-Ur \I \lt. li.i" Just Buffered forty years.' Cures cuts, Nashville. Tenn., Jan. 9.-The Banner two stories high and used for the manufacture F. !". Jones' failure!! to secure the nomination -I! Druggists or by mall, tl. Trial package \"

: i' 1",1 :ami Ui"-t vU':H'r,lii I burns wounds, skin diseases. Beware says that at the meeting between : of sheet metal. of the Citizens club for reelection -, free by writing Mrs.A. M Townsend (for f ,

"llola i II{ rurlwi ali11 '".a'; :" of counterfeits. Hargis' Pharmacy General Manager Evans and. the executive -I as a. member of the board, was years secretary of a Woman's Christ ,

.. I I John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn. committee of the LouIsville! and explained t
MiJ; I";.<' l.. Stanford his iU \'idej to Nashville trainmen to be held in Earthquake at Andijan. thief 01 'i>oi!\('e. He has been I :
St, Boston, Mass. Hold in 1'ensacola by 11 .
i.(". i a I''. "' library l.iui.l.n:: tit the CARPENTRY AND Louisville on the 12th, it is more than I Ashkabad. Russian Turkestan Jan. chairman of the police committee of ,I j .
Hannah Bros., 21 8.1'alafox
St
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J.I l:mil St.iiifnr'l.' Jr., I'lintrMiy. I It i isil.teiiilu probable that demands will be made 9.-There was anothl'r'Iolent earthquake council. and he now says he Is in the :I 1: .: ". :j

] to make it the h.iliisuiuetii ,| I at Andijan Wednesday, but for chief 'I I'f .
ELECTRICAL WORK for an Increase of CO( per cent more than race Thus far there are ,I .
) iiin-t roMlx' fciruittire tIt its kind It did not result in any further loss. three who I' .
: i i the present scale and for the abolition want the place Jones,

'1 h I t'l.s i.iItIflt-Iit. j I I of the short dog runs. of life. Charles Garfunkel and Owen F. Keilly! ,
Ring up Pearl Dolive phone 660,
l'r'I': "n' ulmj! Kunilii'ii.; who was I if you hve any carpenter or electri. Chairman. I). Thompson, of the the incumbent. The position offers 'HARPERJ ;

/i.i" ..111.-i! : ..i ilie Il.n :.itt- jH.l.ir cal work you want well done. executive committee says he is not Foils Deadly Attack. the prospect for the warmest fight of .;

t'iji,''i i ', j'r Is?" .ind w..., afternardid in a position to state what the eom- ; "Mv wife was so ill that good all btfore the new council. .

.,' ; '.d \\:111\1':: :iniLh.oitiiii lI-tl- SEND YOUR ORDERS mittee will decide to ask, and in fad, : physician we're unable to help her,"
.. : writes M. \1. Austin, of Winchester,
'
I'uilt..1|
I I i :Males fish coin- There Ifi: members Look Out for Feter.Biliousness .
no one knows. are
'. ". ,i rrci'iitly at his lionn' in 'I Ind., "but wa-j completely cured by
WfflSKTI
of the committees, and their voice at Dr. Kind's New Life Pilh. They and liver disordes tar ffl.

\: \\ I to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter: or I' the meeting was not unanimous.! They work wonders in stomach and liver this season may be prevented by 1 ,

-t.in (1-:;. C.I :News and electrical work. Repair; work arecutty. may ask for one thing;, and they may ; troubles. Cure constipation sick I cleansing the pystein with De Witt's I' fl..

!.it. l'n's tIt'lItlItlrl'\\' I :< I ask for another or they may ask for headache. 25c at W. A. D'Alem- I I Little E Hlv Ki-ers.. The=e famous ,I

1"'ln' mi the Ninth Caro- I said berte's drug store, 121 t). Palafox little pills do not gripe. They move ...
nothing. Mr. Thompson very I
the bowels gently but copiously, and .
street.
: to i :if iliMilini that state STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ ,
: positively that there will be no nip-, by reason! of the tonic properties, ; .
\ '. '
< : :"Iu:11I01 that he al-
.... Tnos.: COXIHIX, Captain I! ture between the railroad and the enginemen trive tone and strength to the glands. ., '
.J 1.J"mh
: 1'iiruliu.i his
as and he was sure that General -I If you wish to purchase Christmas; Har is' Pharmacy, John h'ppard,

will make regular trips between \ Manager Evans will teal rightfully I presents; for your children, do not i Kidnev Kahn. L' S." :

:: ,\ a iri!li.Iiii of IrH'I1\\'o.HI: PHiia.icola, Point Washington :lndIo'rel'port II whether a wordor fial to call at Mrs. John F. Pfeitf r's, 7 II.
with the men, they say
L street I ,
ave Ilayleu tfJ
'.. ;:1 aiiif who IlCpitl- No. 211 East Intendencia street.
wlu>f 'Ihursday at (C a. m. and arrive not. Mr. Thompson discreditedthe PARKER'S :
.
!II, ::1}' 1-y \\lili-h the tribe at Freeport at B p. m. sitn. day. report that he had incurred the -- -- HAIR BALSAM .

in Miss i 155ip1)I.ill[ i \ jire- Leave Kreeport Tuesday at 6 a. in. Cletzue* and brmutifit* th. hr. :
committee :
ill will of the by saying E. W. PEAKE Promote luiumnt pruwth.
..t' the Hair to ita Youthful Color.
..ts In the MisM""ippiliuliliard d ty. Fare, round trip $5; one way, Electrical contractor and builder, 5pi Cunt vlp diieiMf* fa.*tailing.V I
$:1. 12nlmOIIIINV port.It .ind|!H <(U |tnrrt,tfitiYm. Physicians prescribe it
!
Is understood that at a recent will do your electrical work in first- I

'. I I of IiidiiinniMihs open meeting of the Brotherhood of : class style and at reasonable rates. for their most delicate i .'

." .; :I.> ;s\\v\ the last f."t,)>0<) NONEITHER L'1CE&4. Locomotive Engineers there! came near I He can be found at 30 South Palafox .

: : :. !'i.ise the I'tiitcd States .............. .... ..--...-..- street. Phone 203. patients. 1 '.
between the engineers of
split
being a
.''s the I OLD and PURE.
\: l in that city as n site d1 | consignee captain.of the ownrnor Span the Nashville. Chattanooga and St f

>iii Technical Institute. ss Alicia will be revponsibla Louis and the Louisville and Nashville For Bale byDannheisser .
I' S i ': -::?'.' $l.T.iMio: of the lll'Cl'S' 1 for debit oontracted by tbe
of said vessel. The misunderstanding came about CASTORIAlor ;
crew
.. u
: : tIC raised. Bros. -:
: 'tits tn C. LVZ \RRAGE, \
from a ttatement which is skid to have NICK'S
li all Transit Co, Captain. .
Consignees. 1dttif8NEITIIfoI been made to the effect that the Nashville Infants and Children. j i- !; .

TURF TOPICS. Chattanooga and St. Louis cngi- J ,
The Kind Yea Hare >
tbe Always BoogifiBeanth
coDSleneea captain.of own the risers would make similar demands to .

J. A M! Krrron. 2O5'/ is running sa Marie will be those which were contemplated by the ..

.w. .'. for debts ANTAL-MIDY&
Hall farm, Lexington con
Louisville and Nashville men. providedthe )
tracted by the crew of Bald vpssel.bCHHOKOKH. f mmm JII
latter were acceded to. That was i "t .
W U-s. by Gi-orpe: WUkos is I i W. 8. Keyser Consignee.4 Co. Captain hju not pleasant to the Louisville and These tiny Capsules srcsuperlorI : ja, 4

!H\II ill the :::10 list-naiut.- Nashville it Is said for the I to Balsam of Copaiba, ; ,, .
reason ,
--- -- --- men. .
i: 'lsl-. and Mustard 20S. NOTICE.I JCrbeb* and Injections 8 J
., that they did not like to run the ( ) .

LI. .: W' itm-y, Enflcld :\. 1L, has LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS risk of arousing! animus agtlnst them- have been authorized to take n.., cure in 48 hours tie ,I}?' ,

". ., Lay peldini The Kishop selves with the railroad and then see subscriptions for Wm. JenningsBryan's DAILY MENUS saie. 1'eewwitfloiL' Myia )n-j( T. ".
1
"The Commoner. r -i-A *'., P tit 'i t n'fIGGIST'. L .;
-:ot U'ilkos, data Cactus bys the Nashvttle.: Chattanooga and St. paper 't -
; j
The is fl.OO in ad. I ,
OF PYTHIAS. : price per year I" 4
Louis men reap the same benefits. Those the Comprise all the Up-to- --- 1 .
vance. desiring paper = -
:S A.nK.k! has sold the brood It is further said that the Louisville Date Dishes the Markets ""r-
\ Pennacol Lodge, No. S, K. of p.. can have it sent to them by seeding -
U ajciii-r dam V;>f Baronmoro and Nashville men replied that should |1.00 to tbe undersigned.H.. of the World Herring: Bros. j ; 't 1
S meeti every Monday evenIng ,
''re. dam Mary S., by Alcan- ROCHE h
their demands be granted and the
at 1:10: at Castle rail Afford. '
i'.an.Huns. \ In the Eloont Watson 'I' Nashville, Chattanooga and St Louis Care Daily News. GOULIIIXG, f' !t t.:. .fi '
.
,
third floor.
KalMlng
has purchased the Visiting brethren cordially demands refuted they: would offer no Have specially constructed Wagons;\ l :..j;

I .r I.lttlo Direct, by Direct, welcomed I assistance in securing the latter. !9ENEKAL FRENCH SCHEDULE I, for the removal of dead animals f ft r fi '

r McCurdy and will use him J. A. Li LB. Ladies' Private from the city limits.
H. HOSSLIB c.C. I
Will
l' 'rlIvs.s. K.H.tII& Following U the schedule of the remove dead horses or cows for l> i
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for One Dollar each.
M": :mons, Philadelphia has government steamer General French Dining Parlor. j "
Address
Children. HERRING
NEWS for the BROS., ; ,
TUB
which prints
the: throe-year-old colt lied Damon Lodge No. 13mel'ta Or leave orden ..
Successfully used by Mother Gray nurse In benefit of the merchants who!: ship Gonldin, 4 t1 : -
iMmarch, dam Carrie PTU- every Tuesday evening at 7. at 135 East Intendencia street. I ;
0. '- J Wilkes. Castle Hall corn r Palafox and Garden the Children's Home In New York, Cure their goods to the various army : I \. :.
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streets. Visiting Knights cordially Invited. Feverishness, Bad Stomach, Teething Din- ;posts: ------- .;
,
,. T. Leonard has purchasedMjplvwood J. ALIIEBT JOHSSOX, Leave Pensacola..__..._ 7:00a.m. Regular\Dinner Daily. ''
farm, Portsmouth, lUSliFRfilif. C. C. orders,move and regulate the Bowels an:! Leaves Barrancai. __ 7:::0 a.m. iO=GOLAYi ; f J"i

\: yearling colt by Idolita, Lot It.&S.: Destroy Worms. Over 30.000\ testimonials.They Leave Pickens ______ 80 a. m. t"',#
,
Leave. Itarraocai 5:15a.m.
-
.; ,' \Queen Regent, by. Axtell, I. O. O. F. nererfail. At all druggists.. Sam Leaves feniacola __...____10:15 a. m. Short Orders Promptly Grist and Corn Meal Mills, :

,
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11:10 and then
Arrives Barrancai a. m.
m Marinette, by Director.'rUton pie FREE Address Allen 8. Olmfted, LeRoy.N.Y. makes a trip to Fort HcKee and then re- Filled. Night or Day. f. F. G05ZILEZ 4 co. j I

has sold to Julius Pa- vnrns to Barranca Prop, "
Pensacola Lodge No. 3 Leave Barrancai_____ I:Th p. m. .
\nhagen Denmark, the bay Leave Flckeni.______ 1:25 p. m. Uannffictcrert 4
\" ,MI, two years old by Allie meets every Thursday evening at 7:9) at It lieeps the Feet Warm and Dry, Leaves Peatacola__ _____ .:30 p. m. If It'. Something Good to Eat CHOICE MEAL AND PORE QUO CUD .
'!II Weat Intendencla street.
alYord ball. :
.. ,
Leaves Plckens._ _._.___ 5:15 p. m. you wlsll,10u'U find it at
:5, dam Leetel, :2:17i4;: l'yx- Visiting brethren cordlal1yln.ltoid.J.E.Lo Ask to-day for Allen's Foot-Ease, a powderIt Arrives Barrancai &J)0 p. m. and makei STOCK FEED. 4' t
.
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t -.iuJ he will be shipped abroai G, G. trip to MoB fl and return. Patronli Home industry, for Inert U tIt
J.G.WELSH. Secretary.AMERICAN cores Chilblains. .Sweating,Sore On Wednesdays and Saturdays the Nick Apostle'sPopular very reason yon should buy Jonr Meal and I

Aching Damp feet. At all druggists and boat will leave Barrancas via Pick- fllock Feed from the tiomo Manufacturer, i .
lor by so doing you eneoarat horn Ir.. ii. .
GUILD. shoe stores 25o. ans for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. Restaurant try. Your money U left la lit eommnolty I
O STO x A. The General French is for army and you in tarn are indirectly b neflt X I -

:.i..i'tt 1e: Kd CI Have .ai 10011 Pensacola Chapter No. 607. purposes only and any outsider must foiteriof tbe home maoofaetorer TOO t1
at Bontribat to tile cause of labor. Yoa owe ti
Candies
Gunther's
.
Try from the
;:e t'. E. BRAWN ER. 1'. LISDE 'oTRI'Tn. have a pass quartermaster mmM UtotbeeommaaJtyinwblebyoa live ad j
W secretary, liovt'rnor..4 Solomon's. 3 take passage 01 ber. which contribute to roar inpport.

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: i DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA: ;FLORIDA, SATURDAY JANUARY 10,1003

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MANY DELEGATES MORE BILLETS What would you do the next time you Strongest-in the World.



WILL COME HERE AREGOMING have a hard cold if you couldn't get Ayer's The

....Rd at tile Poet Office atFenwcoU, Equitable

....,MooDd-clait matter. FROM NASHVILLE -- Cherry Pectoral? Think it over. Low.U.Mn

.JnIC&:-PtU', Building SD's Booth
?Yatox street, ap-stalra. life assurance
SocietyOf
BIRMINGHAM COMPANY WILL

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. RAILROAD PEOPLE AT THAT I IMPORT A CONSIDERABLE THE WEATHER TO-DAIF. KEEPS H13 FAMILY WELL.If the United Stiks.

Terms: Invariably in Advance. POINTWILLATTEND PENSA- you are feeling out of sorti, if HENRY B. HYDE, Founder.Preliminary .

"Year by Mall...____ssoo AMOUNT.The your circulation or your digestions J
MIX Montbi .. __ :l1iO LOCAL FORECAST-Rain and warmer'i think !|
It I bad, you ought to first about
IN
.Wek.by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 COLA CONVENTION tonight; Sunday rain, fresh southeast Statement
winds becoming nortbeasi. your liver. Probably that is all that | Jan. 1.19,3.

/ss' iting Rates Furnished on Application JUNE. cargo of 3,000 tons of steel is wrong with yon. HEPATICURA I Outstanding Assurance,|Iheru.iu
Temperature in Lait24 Hours: provides for the best health possible I )

TELEPHONE NO. IIS.PEJSAOOLA billets, which arrived a week ago on Maximum___ 65d>eree. and will answer all your need!'. If ; Income .......... .... ... 6sft'JO! )

the British steamship Windsor will Minimum___ 8*degree you want real good health keep the
Conductor Mead Wilson wag in i liver right and there is nothing I' New Assurance..... .. 2oiH>,u))

t NION LA6ELI Nashville a few days ago and while be followed soon by the importation NAVAL STOKES JtAKHKI. better to keep the liver right than i.Assets............ .... ... 3>I'lil'
i of a number of cargoes for the Republic HEPATICURA.Mr. i 0fto:
there pot In a Rood word for the convention Reported Daily for The News bj Daniel James of Pensacola, Assurance FunJ and

of railroad people to be in Iron and Steel Company Union Naval Store Co. Fla., eays: I want to tell you how ,

r JAN 19, 1903 Birmingham.The .081. much I appreciate your liver medicine all other liabilities... 2ii1rrl,1}i
Pensacola after the adjourning: of HEPATICURA. wife had
Windsor's cargo has been all ww_ .I[ A) H_ .....C2: !ees My Surplus .... ...... ... ... 75<
---- --- -- been sick ior a long time. I did not Mtj
the regular sessions in Montgomery,
wG-___ S tIo.J 9 __ 1 j5
1 SPKISGS is not satis- taken oat and delivered to the Bir- know exactly what was the matter The largest Increase
DtFCVIAI: made
ever In
lasting for several days. ____ as "___-165 f I L> !if
with her. it must have
4 fled with having the Chatauqua, mingham firm. It will be workedup ____ IC 1t4) suppose 1 In the history of the oelel1-
Mr. Wilson slid last night that the been some liver trouble. I had to .
I 1 but will soon install a telephone ex at Birmingham and Gate City, [____ :! W D. 155 have a physician very often but JAMESV., ALEXANDER Preside:,
.< change. people tbere are anticipating the L-----. I iO C e: below_ 151 she did not get well until she took ,
Ala. at both of which points the JAMES H. HYDE
: aptaIve Tt7ItPllfTIl.-5? Vice-PresiJt-
Pensacola part of the trip with a & HEPATICURA. A few bottles .
JUDGE MILTON A. MARRY, on his Republic Company have plants. cured her. She is well now and
1 great deal of pleasure and that when never complains. I give it to the
retirement from the bench
supreme I is
An authoritative statement i
be mentioned several leading features MARITIME.t children and take it myself and it iI j
wt law at Tampa. Whatbave
wiljpractice made that this company! will bring keeps: us all well. Sold by all drug- 1 1 OOWLES BROS.
become of the aspirations be of the local entertainment' i gisti ,
.; I considerable amount of billets j
over a
?
i was formerly reported to entertainfor : which will be provided there were I Gt'nl'rall'ntll,

'' the governorship loud cries of approval and the people from Germany by the Penacolaj t CO TO E. W. PEAKE'So. J309' tf. Palafox St., PENSACOLA,
--- ---- -- the Ita bis Vandnaro, 1-f-il Perronl, by Fr ,
DURING the debate on the new militia showed their exultation by route the same notwithstanding i| Julius i-cbrevtT'or Sa\ona win"UoO5ft \ I
.
ap- 30 South Palafox street, for '
,
lumber men) s It sawn timber, \aiucd nt I your
i Ut'l' bill in the senate: on Wednes- !| plauding to the echo the Pensacola.man's duty and freight rates being cheaper $U.?." I'electrical work. He i ii' prepared to Tin:

day Senator Mallory led the demo | j than the Heel to be purchased in ltalbkManin.tiOThymrvhvRurherland do you a first-class: job at moderate
!! Ionic [o.Or Norwich.uth *;;,ue s ft sawn

cratic senators in opposition to the !|| Xashville's peejh.representation They promised would that be j j this country. ,I timber;;s valued lVn'acol at (.yl Krts.:lAra Leech. with 2t'ui prices. Phone---
section of the bill providing for a reserve >i I ions coal bv Gulf Tran'lt Ci for Galveston' i iswedss Hot Chocolate with
Heads Should sever Ache. Emmanuel;:;, Mver, for bhip ; 1
force of trained men, the contention as large as any other point. i I Island ID bat.ast
i j Whipped Cream at Solomon
i -
being that it not only infringed Assurances have been received Never endure this trouble. Use at I Wlu Ic<..iU. and
9t' I once the remedy that stopped it for SAILED. s._ i,'
:the rights of the several
I that Chief Arthur and Mr. Clark Mrs. Is. A. Webster of Winnie, V ; states but also increased the standing I She writes "Dr. Kind's New Life Kunderlanrl 1;
national and vice : I 1 I OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine !
1 I : president president of !?"ed ti Emmanuel, 13'.5, liver, for ship IKADUVAKTti toil
army by a hundred thousand Pills wholly cured me sick headaches eland
men.THERe'snothingemallabout. 1 respectively of the Order of I had suffered from for two -

: Railway Conductors, would be here. years." Cure Headache Constipation i' GUMBO TONIGHT oysters today. Try them. Family, Fancy and Staple
Biliousness. 2;c. at W. A.D'Alembsrte'sdrugstore .
Jack. i: Several other officers of national re- 121 South I NIC APOSTLE. +* Groceries, .01.
I sonville or its newspapers Both Oyster and Chicken Gumbo tonight -
Palafox street. ,
I nown in other railway orders will be I Ii at the Twentieth Res --- -- and All Kinds of
far theMetropoliaandTimesUniuuanCitizen !; Century 1'p-to-date: F iL.y

; are seeking patronage in the j i in attendance TO CUUK A COLD IX O\t: DAY ; taurant. Go around and try it. EVERY ONE KNOWS/ Goods.

neighboring city of tit. Augustine by +I The local committee will hold a Take Laxative Rromq Quinine Tablets : ;1 We are Sole Distributor for We.;
'! This signature ffflt JL on e\ery Why pay fancy prices for furniture Florida for the Celebrated' Cafe rfL:
devoting large quantities of surplus' What a beautiful stock of :
meeting one day next week for arranging 5c. and house
II IIbOI i furnishing goods |
to the local affairs of I i Moh-
that
space city, ,
J certain: matters. The meeting when Merriwether, at 114 South is Flours. 15 iyli s
Including vast numbers of "person- j Hello 1 central, 36o. Best fruitcake CALENDARS Delicatessen, German-Amertran:
} I will be an enthusiastic one, and made 25 I IPfeUId's Tarragona street, will sell you what
at
t aU,' naming almost the entire population I cents per pound, :| Food Ci.'s Canned Meat Etc All
and many of the winter resi the public will know what has trans- Steam Bakery. you want at your own price. I we carry. Well we are now cloiugall ; of which are sold by all nrt-uj.; .?

dents. The next move will probablybe pired. Every member is doing all ;! I I of them out at half price Thereis :1 Retail Grocers in the; city.
'
The best and largest assortment of ta)::-aol SOt'TH '.\[.\HIX
for Jacksonville to ask the legislature in his power to make the Pensa PAINFUL : I) no nicer New Years' gift for a
and fireworks is
toys displayed at !
to expand the limits -- -
city so friend relative -- -- -
or than of these -
one
cola entertainment of
a matter hi-1 j Mrs. John F. Xo.
I Pfeiffer's 211 East
|
as to include tit. Augustine, Ocala,
DO YOU
torical importance. This committees Intendencia street. beautiful and useful CALE DAno*. KNOW
Gainesville and one or two other :

places whose enterprise and progress grateful for the kind letters sent it :! JIGCIDENTi 1 We are also closing out all our Holiday [- BEET'MAN LUMBER co ,T!

i' Fruit cake, best made, at Pfeitfer's stock of :a large stock of dressed soul,.<
make the
consisting
i !metorpolis envious. i i by different commercial organiza- Steam Bakers : Fancy !
and .
joist Get their '
tion*, the mayor and others. The Boxes Album Celluloid Novelties, prices o 'Tto
r I'ajuiK ll'" Mate Uelit I ALDERMAN JOHN CHRISTIE HAD MEAT & MALT has a marvelous busing eIf..! ,
Book, Vases, Etc. half .
committee realizes that with the cooperation at price.COE'S -
dietetic
h According to the annual statement :< value. W hill refreshing and i I

of the state treasurer, recently made of these powerful agsn- ARM BROKEN YESTERDAY. ton pleasant: of fond.to tike cold, it byDANXHEISSER helps as;imila- ; Don't forget to him the

' public Florida bonded debt is il-i,; cies the contemplated entertain- -- BROS.. i baby one of those ,;irI it fie

l 032,600, of which $ba1i;(o) is held b r''meut will be far greater than origin- I BOOK STORE Rocking Chairs from lIar--

.
'
j: Alderman John Christie suffered
,
the several
tate educational funds I
ally anticipated.: stop & Quinas. .jflt and
BUY A HOME.
h and only f4S, (Wis held byindhid-i I Iuals 1 a painful accident in the bay yes :\0. -jus -orniPENSACOLA P.\L.\t'OX 'fltEET upward .

'd :4 i Oa the sum first named. REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP. dirt and as a consequence will be 0. M, Pryor purchased a I FL.\.

[ oat of moneys raised by tax -- large number of choice lot which
l.e
; A Little Bey's Life Saved. laid up for some time.
atiou the state pays: interest'':t will sell to desirable purchl-ers atj I --- 0. M. PRYOR

y iti to said funds annually to thE: I have a few words to say regarding Mr. Chri-tie is a stevedore and moderate li.rures. I PENSACOLAPressing ,

amount of |43t 74. The funding of : Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It while loading timber on a vessel Mr. Pryor is desirous of building The Government, '

{1 the bonds held by the state edacaitional j saved my little boy's life and I feel ::'.about 3:1) o'clock a stick suddenly and up the controllin eastern! : section a large of number the city of ;,: ClubFOR tin niture the man furniture, has nude busine an .I i.:.'H '. w

funds reduces the rate of interest ':that I cannot praise it encu;;h. I' during the holiday, redo
jumped and struck one of Ins; arms, lot*, will sell them on rta;;onable :
to three per cent, instead: of bought a bottle of it from A.E.atr-ere terms to actual stttlerr.: 'JJlni i price on all his elegantt,

of Goodwin, ri. D., and when I producing a painful fracture. The Ii household and office furnn'
,b fix and seven per cent originally! ;rot GENTLEMEN. fi that
ure. will
n provided in the bond;. home with it the poor baby could timber is said to have been caught; Hot French Waffles with Christmas enable you t..
your !
presents in
hardly breathe. I the medicine f
1 gave
suppose in accordance with suggestions as directed every ten miuute- until and was pulled loose by the winch ;' Florida Cane Syrup at thing that iuseful and at r. -

which have bi-eii made, thattbe "threw up" and then I thought; sure cawing: it to jump.i Solomon's. j (One Dollar Per MonthIn what You articles are sold for eNew
t ehould call him
he on bet r. ring
Indian was going to choke to death.V '
claim
: war fund should
Tl be applied to the payment of thstate's e had to pull the phlegm out of his'i:' :\ Christie was carried ashore': We will launder your srraads foi I Advance to Membership ; elsewhere. !j.:,

mouth in great lour strings. I am immediately and a hack called to 15 Cents, each and make them looii I
bonded debt. After paying: po-itl\"t! that if 1 had nut got that I Clothes Cleaned and Pressed a'
the $H ,U\"U" due to individual holders ?,. battle, of cough medicine my boy ', convey him to his home on East'll i! like uw. Star Laundry. often as desired. Your Clothes Hot Rolls, at 5 i>. m., JOc

': wiuld not be ou earth Joti.iDiMo.NT -- -- sent for and delivered Call at a doz., at Solomon's.
today.-
there would remain of the original ; : :>uuna street Arriving there'friends Lrl'ORTL.\ CEMENT at ,
For It,1. south Palafox and Join the
i Inwood, Iowa.
11 I sal: It!
sum only l514lMj; ( with which to' by all drug rista and medicine dealtrs. a-ked anxiously about the $2.50 per barrel. A V. CtrBB.s, Club.

pay the bonds held by the educational :'I -- Corner Bru and Garden streets. I Il STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
popular alderman while physicians: ,
funds, amounting to $!S>4,50o), I I I | Lalies1 Plain Skirts' a Specially

or $3311, .">l less than enough to cover NEGRO SERIOUSLY were exerting themselves to ease the ;!I MASTER'S SALE. I Yours for Xeatneo letwrrn IVrisncnla
: and Miliiiii- IS..at
: the whole, amount. j injured arm. It was dressed and today I By virtue the of Honorable a degree of, J.foreclosure renderrtl I
by
Kt-eves juaseof
!Hun
:
Even if the fund was large enough j | Mr. Christie is resting com the circuit court of E*cambia county, I G. W. IRWIN. Daily Ficeit hutnlay
HURT TODAY Honda tbftnh clay! of Jaauurr, Ivul, in
and the entire $4,500 could be fortably.. tlie (!H-f of M. L. Autrey against I.. >, "CITY OF TAMPA."
Amos fhoflie Amos. J. J. ,
i: JrOigunllery
l' wiped out, the money resulting from I, Lee. A.J. Lee, J.M. Amos.Jocepbiae Amos, t-T Milton _.. s::'!am Ivppnacol,, t-
j the transaction could not be used for For Over !Sixty Years. anlUeorge K.: Umith.m theniT ol Kscanibia \r PeD""eola.IIJ1am Ar Milton
A negro had his head seriouslycrushed count. t lon any educational purpose, but would MRS. HiNSLow's BOOTH INS HYKCP bas '| the estate of W. K, Amos, de-, WHITMAN'S Fare,**; Round trip.Ilin
on Commandancia: wharf been used for over iiity years by millions! ': cl'asI'd.I.-1I1 on Monday the :rid dar of I Ihebruary.lwfl .
have to be reinvested by the I I I ,
purchase mothers for their children while.teething. sell at publio outcry before1the I
i cf otter bonds, of other states, this morning. It is thought he will' I county court bouse door in the city of'': .
with perfect success. It soothes the child 1,1'ra.acolaEsramhiu county Floridt.dur- INSTANTANEOUS CHOCOLATE JEWELER IN HIS
possibly at high premium, and :I not survive the injnrieExl'OSURE *. eofieas the gamsaliayo all pain.cures wind ing the legal hours of tale, the foiluXinu i

; I bearing interest at rates exceedIng colic,and Is the best remedy for DiarrhoeaIt described real property situated I Ijmg and i
not being In the city of 1'raawl., K.ciimbla ; ASH
:j II to a sudden climatic will relieve the poor little sufferer 1mmediately. Couuty, Horida -xir. 'I I NEW STAND
; four cent. Thus invented | !{
per ,
J ( change; produces cold in the Lead Bold by Druggists/ in every pan t A one-third undnid-il interest In lots I
the money would yield an income to ,I and catarrh h apt to follow. ProvidEly's -i of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle tarnryaixlrtl.trrntysrnrD;) ((27)), t"ent>'- | VAN,! HOOTEN'S COCOA
eight ((2s, twentj"-cine (:'.'I-and> thirty : '
i (3't.> .
,' the school funds of something; like! ed wIth Cream IJalm you are tie sure you ask for"M rs.Wltelow'a !SoothIng : in hlo'k one hundred and tarntndvellay I have moved my jewelry '< '
-
3 $35UUUaccuaIly,instead of the f 41,000'I|' armed aain..Naal Catarrh. Price ayrnp, and take no other kind. of the East Kin; 'I ract. west of Tarragona 120 South Palafox form .
I ;AT-:- 'r
Hreet. Itelraout mid ,
cents -- - Numbering "
150 at Druggists r.r Elv Brother, property
j jiGi :
received 13v
(nearly) now by those funds fronting on Jordan star between atu
!
i Warren Street, New York, will !; If yon want a nice present to giveJ ; alalox and ouil'euard! streets' ; al50 the better prepared than ,.\.r ugreat ....
1 1:1 clear loss to these educational ; mail it. The ]>ilm cures without I J; afriendgo and look through th ';' following described personal property to- ROCH'SCAUCASIAN bargains in diamond-: ;' -

; H tj funds of fO.UU annually not con iderlng .I pain, doe not irritate or cause elegant line of suitable article at e'wiL',, teatbermattrrssand One, oak' bca..hll iead.dlturr with>,;ncie springs eold jewelry etc. Call and .,e. c.-, .

losses [in premiums on the new j:! i-neezing. It fpreiditelf! : over auj!i. J.I. Stephens, you urely can find tilled ca,,, Eiem, watch >o. 1-JUli'l..! Leeds let me convince you
II f investment. i irritated and angry surface, reliving something to please you. If you at cot of purchaser SALOON. J.'I. t rjTEIHEXSFoiey's
':II i i I|j immeliately the painful inflammation 1 want anything m the Diauioud hue I E I>. BEUGS.I '
The present state tax rate of five I| cleanses" and cure*. Cream I I lOdoawlw Master in Chancery. I
I II ; be sere to see him before you buy. 1
ij J fl: mills-includicg that levied for the I IIi' I I Balm quickly I cures the cold. I I -- ---- --- I Curs
I I't Kidney
I payment of interest on the: bonded Ooldring's No. 3 saloon at the : hulll Way In I.i\e (,or-It. nukes fcHnrre arsd
debt-is far from beers oppressive. I!, 0. M. PRYOR'S E'!dd.r ft_ h'

I It U The $44,000 thu required and raised 'I Union depot, since its opening has I The startling announcement of a
i i become noted as the place to find Discovery that will surely lengthen
ji ifI li scarcely felt as a burden. The i I life is[ made by Editor O. H. Downeyof EVERYBODY LOOKS
I the best and brands of
purest
liquors 'I
I of Churubuco; Ind. "I wish to
people tile state, who pay this ,
1 rt amount in taxes, have not asked to1 to be Fund in the city. You will !'tate." he write, "that Dr King'sNew FOR THE BEST

f! |i receive polite attention and be made Discovery for Consumption is i FURNITURE
be relieved of the obligation. The HOUSE
{ 'i welcome. ; the not infallible remedy that I >:
land out of which it is proposed that I i have ever known for Coughs, Colds i i Here it is. Call on Bpitz1" *

tbe bond be paid is insufficient to and Grip. It's Invaluable to people Creary. They are doing the fi :.f*

cancel the entire amount thereof. LrPORTLA CEMENT a I with weak lungs. Having this won- work that can be: turned out ai.3 ape

I And there are many things tbe state $2 00 per barrel. A. V. CLCBBS, I derful Pneumonia medicine or Consumption.no one need Its dread relief SALISBURY BLOCK, W. GOVERNMENT STREET. ,' prepared to do any kind of a .6'They -
Corner Bru and Garden Street i put on India rubber tire. t fbest
.
has long nt'tded-better common is instant and cure certain" W.
__ I A. D'Al :mberte, 121 South Palafox II on the market on short r..o"ea.
t schools, a governor's residence good they have a full line of rubber
roads and others--and which until street guarantees every 60e. and|1.001bottle tires in[ stock.
i Difficult DigestionThat and give trial bottles free.
> LATEST DESIGNS IN Doea
been i need :
now it baa obliged to do without -- your boggy nphcl-ter-
is dyspel sa. 'Ing? They can make it good as n*..
?I i
for lack of the to Hot FrenchWaffieswith
money procure
Their
It makes life miserable. I prices!, too, are reaonableft

I them. Is sufferers eat not because they want to, Florida Cane Syrup atj! Bed Room and Parlor they have ample capital to carry oa
j The legislature will do well to -but simply because they mwf. Solomcm's : Sets I la first-class carriage: baildioz ail:
Ii repairing busmen. Don't fan w
hesitate long before it swallows up They know they are irritable and Iretf jl; I i' I

the entire sum now available for bat they cannot bo utberTife. CLOSINC OUT. DINING ROOM TABLES SIDE BOADS CHAIRS ETC. I I call Scales on them.repaired.

these "extras" in a useless effort to They complain of a bad taste In the .-J-lTZEH & CHY.A R'.
Sferriwether the Furniture I
wipe out the state debt." mouth, a tentlemrs at the pit uf the tomb man : 15; hast Garden =r-

I ::.: an unta-y bt'ing of puffy fatness, at 111 South Tarragona: street is preparing \ Davenport Lounges Metal Beds and Mattresses. j i Phone 57THE ;. _
I teadauw, heartburn and what not. ( to embark in a new tuinfsand I, _
A Guaranteed Cure tor IVrs.ItctlDg -
The effectual
remedy, proved by r -rma-
is closing out the remainder of |
Blind, Bievding or Protruding neat cures of thousands of severe cases is -STOnOA. .
1"11t'1.lur druggist will refund your the bankrupt stock of furniture and ;, kt.tt. 1 I.j li"1 f7: l'ts lr '

J: jnmey II PAZO OIMMEM failto cure I I Hood's Sarsaparilla j household good at astonishingly: ?Prices! for f% Holidays ire Down Not lip !r.arn /J-r1-4-

Jon, 50 I cents.r. Asa are :t.e bt.t i low price?. J p, I .. -




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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA: SATURDAY JANUARY' 10.19O3.

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WORTH KNOWIRG : Ko. COO8. ; \... ',"'.,,:;
CUTHREN HASGONE WARRINCTON w. C.O'NEAL, Prtildent; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; : -'I' :J)i';' .i'
At Thla Heaaon of the Year. 8.J. FOSHEE,Vlo..p.sident; JOHN PFEIFPER, Ant Cashier. :.isJ ;1 l:'! :


WESTMAN SENSATIONPECULIAR four toratlon Any days cough which, requires accompanied lasts attention over by three ezpec and or AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK R ; J


treatment; this does not mean a Tis- OF PEJlSACOLA, FLA. lfrF! '11'i"
it to the hospital, nor to your physi-
WHO KILLED ELISHA ALLEN INDIVIDUAL HAS THE cian nor wholesale drugging with Designated Depository of the United States. f r.

patent medicines; but it means that Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25, 1902. i J i;" 11I I
BE IN MISSISSIPPI. COMMUNITY DOING SOME .
TO
SAID some simple, harmless, effective an- I! t :rf{If "1

GUESSING. tiseptic remedy like Stuart's Ca- Loaasand Discounts.RESOURCES....................... $442,92184 Capital Stock ....LIABILITIES....... ............... .... 0000000 I i \..A. t
tarrh Tablets should be used to ward Overdrafts Becuredand Unsecured........ 2,301.17, Surplus .......... ...... .... .......... .. .... 20,000.00 ,1' "t. ,". ;.
Deputy sheriffs Keeling and Mar-. off any possible termination in Pneumonia U. S. Bonds and PremIums............... 213,806.87 Undivided. 6690.34 .
t. .
forsaken Chronic Catarrh Bronchitisor Blocks, securities, 2.62500 It. i;
into ,
tin fade:a trip a part The Warrington settlement is astir Furniture and Fixtures.......... .... ...... 6.718.48 10.28761 ri \. f .r'
of the eonaty known as liicKinuon'spiaceTbnrsday over the recurring reports of the Consumption.All [. R. Stamps........... 65.82 Deposits ................... ................. 125,000.00 461.E04.S5 t, ,1i.':': \il
in search of Frank of these formidable diseases Cash and Exchange............ ............ 153,943.12 r
presence of a strange individualnear start from a common cold, neglected t: '

Cl!':rfD. the manjwbo is said to the national cemetery, who is or allowed to run its course and it ......... .... .......... ...... ...... {".r:- .
Elisha Allen near is the of Total $822,382.30 Total... .... .... .... ...... .... .......... S22Sfc2.SO } {
murdered only exercise common every U' :i.
tass said to wear handcuffs on his wrists This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit and will .'I
New Year's day caution to cure a cold as quicklyas your patronage we give J 1
day. .t .
pice Barren on and shackles on one of his legs. your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. : 'c.
possible, not eo much for what it .j'
The oftcers secured information Conflicting statements have been is at the moment, but what it may I 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. jl 1f 1/ .IE

which led them to believe that told of the stranger, and the officers become if neglected. : ; 1'if

Cuttren bad Kone to the M<=Kinnon fare now of the opinion that the indivIdual Perhaps no remedy is so safe, reliable =..:"'m...''v........-.-.. ................".." .'.4'....., >..,v.. ..:",....,.- -".4,,- ,.. .'''- +....P..."..i.w .,;...._ ; ,..:.,+..>.'", t, i ::
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place and had accordingly gone is none other than a tramp and convenient to stop a cold or ,r = wv { __v=' = = "- ..,. .'l._._._,\\.Vr.:.rj.:Wwr' ,7"! "fi'I
obstinate cough as Stuart's Catarrh 11' -1.j. >
there! to effect his capture. When and baa no evidence of having escaped Tablets. ..,v '. ,.'r 'fI.

they reached that place they found from a convict gang.A The extract of blood root contained I.t FO B'i)1 { i : : ; c :
far in their cal
they were not wrong plausible story was told Deputy in them combined with the red

edition*: tlie! alleged murderer had ,(Sheriff Keeling. A young man gum of the Eucalyptus tree seem to I () ;I I:) "h ..'
.
been there a. short time previous to 1 I I I stated that he had seen the stranger; put nose the, mouth mucous and' membrane throat in a of condi-the :1 Annual I White Fair !, Fi) '\ / : :'
and had :
the arrival >f'::ie deputies that the latter had on tattered gar- tion to throw off the germs of catarrh 1: ,;; : i.1 l

taken :,departure to more con- I meats and around his neck hung a bronchitis and consumption, .1."

gfti.al nine;*. It was told that string of beads, which were heard to I and as they are taken internally ,tl(.)' I E((111 .',',. t,..
!
'nt"rf.tI! tJ gone to Mississippi, anditisui I rattle as the man walked. Attached I they seem to equalize the circulation ( & <$ Monday, January 12th. -: <$ ;.
|and place the body in that condition \ .
I; ; ,ted that he will engage to the beads was a silver cross and in .l! Before'E E
ia pocket was a goodsizedICitholic
off the of H
I i germs =ease. I "
t'' at state. This sort of work hash I : Bible. The Bible, the A person; in perfect health rarely I ((!.J: E HAVE PREPARED AS NEVER BEFORE for a Sale that will meet the approval of every .(!, t. .; '.. l

slowed by Cuthreu all his talker stated, was frequently con- 1 catches cold, and if he does, throwsit II. W Woman iu getting here distance.: Assortments are more varied. Quantities ale larger. j: '

sulted and while doing so the man : off in a day or two, but, where the I:),, Qualities are always the very best. Prices are always the very best. (wi ); i, I :,., .1
i cold hangs on, stopping up the nostrils :.:.; .._ _- -i------ ..:., .' ..
talked all the while ( '
t5i
seemingly unconscious -
New Century Comfort. j irritating the throat or there is ('iJ' (;) d ; :
of the presence of anyone. j persistent annoying cough it is evident '. '.
lh,. are daily finding a world I .Let h
ins
: From this description it i is thoughtby I that the system for some reason .r 1 r.
',? mifort in Bucklen's ArnicaS I Jj': :.
some that the stranger is men-I I i is unable to throw oil the disease! AL
; No It kills pim from Burns, CD :
!'germs which cause the trouble a little '
;
:Oa.d': Cuts, Bruises; conquers tally unbalanced. assistance is necessary, and thisis ; I: tOe. I :j ,: :
Irs and b'everSores; cure Erupt The appearance of the man has best given by the use of some + ,
'i-,1:*.ilt! Rheum,Boils and Felons; w
lpDIICorng and Wurt. Best created quite a sensation at War- harmless germ-destroying antisepticlike ,'J' Can You afford to wane tune making these garment offered at 10 Cemtf Don trust these cots. (;/i), r .
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Put cure on earth. Only 2Zc.; at W. rin ton and travel at night is said to Ktuart's Catarrh Tablets whichare I ,. !. ...

/A.'\11th D'Alemberte's! 1'dlafox_ __street.10rORTLAND h _drug. __ _store, 121 have been-abandoned--- -altogether.- children also palatable and adults.and equally so for (: t \ .. : iI iIf ; : 1:1; >

CEMENT at Now is the time to order your i Druggists sell these tablets at 50 ii .
?::ju per barrel. A. V. CLui Js, Christmas cake,such a*' fruit pound, cents full sized package, higher in !} I),I : i
Bra and Garden Streets. I
CUrlier than troches and cheap cough 'lf"
ornamental or any kind of cake, at price 15c' ; .

The finest line of sterling silver Pfeiffer's Steam Bakery.i syrups, but Stuart's Catarrh Tablets f") ...-- .'j. ,! { ...
contain .
jjoocUani: silver novelties is to be antiseptic properties which So weD done for so linle money is a marvel TV_ garment speak for themselves '
found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to Hot Rolls, at 5 p. m., lOc actually cure colds, catarrh: and t fl<<..
i throat and lung troubles, while it is ('J :
pleve all. doz., at Solomon's.I : I .
a notorious fact that cough drops I. .
;
jrot Qt .
: and cough syrups are largely composed '; 3 g ; r I ,
", ."J-I, ., ,: % () .
.":: --\ r.. ;', of opium, cocaine and similar \ '

I ...'f';: BIG REDUCTION drugs that have no curative power. V> 25c. i. TJ; '
r- : ,1. It is also true that popular 0(). (
... ,. J'...: ..... I many j. .
,1-' .,1., ".}'I liquid medicines and tonics for catarrh .... ,'!1' ,"

1 : ," .: '_. : -ix- : depend upon the alcohol they E:'J') _A triumph o(modern industry Take as many garments in this assortment as yon wi=h, except the 1 i .,4'
contain which give 'f-:
simply a temporary
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1'TrimmedHats: I'for any stimulation trouble, catarrhal of no real or benefit other. (): 4 ." "" t; :

wise. /'J" f
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L ',: .J' H 1 otter skin* $6. ).to 19.00No. ,I'), ,
.t-It.. .i 1 coon skm, larje: .50 to .SO I
',r". j No. mink shins. large, 1.00 to 150, These pictures give but a hint of the peat values offered at this sale. Chances tike this are seldom
; iJFALK'SAND! l Other any goods Pensacola in full bank proportion.Ask for ratingon .(EI:)1: .1 --"- L .

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v /0 '1. 1rJ me. J. W. WATKISS. (;j LQt. 5 ; l, '
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Choice MONDAY TUESDAY Special conclave of E! 15 C. y 1\ \ ,', \ \\ .!, i ;
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If you hive any doubt about great value for little money, come and see our goods. Only at this sale .
I Templar, at 7:150: p. m. : i
Any Trimmed Hat in Our Store Monday, 12.Installation I (
I I of officers !;I \ I .
I and work in the K. T. degree, followed .

R$2.00 II I I Sojourning by a banquet.!Mir Knights are cour- !r ; i I

teou-ly invited. II E Ik I

$3.00 or $500All HARRY W.Jlecorder.GIBUS Grs,EIT/EX, E. C. I ; : t


I:), Latest ilylos and shapes. If you 10.110 supply ynurelf nnw. '.011.won't get another chance. TaVe I i
our $3.00 and $4 00 Hats at $2.00All NOTICE. IJ

our $5 00 and $6 00 Hats at $3.00 k y.
All our $8 00 and $10 Hats at $5.00 There meeting will of be Mt.ft regular Ho- .(;)" Take a look at our windows, where you can : i :

e"r s reb K. A. Chapter Monday : and qualities, such as have never before been offer .1
0-Now is the Time for You to Buy a Hat. (fc: f evening. 12th iu*t., (i)
I d s 5 r at 7:00 o'clock.W. ; prices. :Miss this sale and you will surely regret : ,

ALL READY-TO-WEAR HATS AT COST.FALK'S I K. ANDERSON.secretary, Si); __ --- !f3'; I

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A Cure For Lumbago. I i;) W. J. & B. FORBES. JJs J I : } ,:
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.. "'.C. Williams, of Amherst, Va., : '

109 S. Palafox. :''Chunberlam's sacs: from"For lumbago.more Pain than I Balm a finally year and I tried Buffered it- f .,,..._- -...-..-::-=-.;. .n..._..-.W...._.!,..'..-.-_. ........_.+..._- -.......----...t.._-- ........._.-..._-.....iT_...-._- YiT, ......,.W_-- .....W'-- -- ......fr/r---_..;.,_"fl.,: : ,tt'I i rrczE31d l

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gave me entire relief, which all' '
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20 a.,T11..bleN6.N0e0..........................O.M i other remedifs had filled to do." I ..tt J
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1 Sold by all druggists and medicine : NO CrilK, NO ('.\Y. 1J\J "(\ !\ (\ (\ rt !': (\ r. (r II, 1l.1J'j\ ({ (\ (\ (, 1t ( j" :
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1 1e dealers. Your drueeist will refund jour money ItPAKO I ..1GIIII'fl6BfarfltIVliH 1 rli'IIlCllr I,1'i 4j
: OINTMENT fails to cure Ulngworm, I f
i $ i TelterUld Ulcers and l5 res. Pimples and :

.. fVISIT1 : :. At a meeting PIANO; of DRAWING.the director of Blackheads ases. ft)cents.on the face and all skin dis- THE LEWIS BEAR GO I I ii! ,.iJ' 'i,

:- .1! the Carnival Association January 5'j( 1' j.
| it wa decided that if ticket :Xo. 841, Hot French Waffles with ,, '.,... 'to l'
I which drew the $HI) piano, is nut ,, Florida Cane Syrup at f
I produced liy January 15 it will be ,, Solomon's. ; -AGE ITB FOR:1'; :
Beers'RepDsitory !Ii, declared forfeited, and the sale cff 1 lI -
$ f tickets will be resumed' and another I St.i 'J
$! I i drawing held at 9 p. m. Fedruary ijlw 23.:: SPECIAL NOTICE."TTTAlfman l
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:: Joe Wheeler
-- ,-- --. ---- -- ; I I -- I : Umbrella Maker, 315 :
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.. -- --------- -- The finest line of umbrellas in the South Palafox, wishes! to inform the \\
509-511 South Palafox Street. city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look j public that he has no one employedto : I. j
i at them._ i i iWANTEDHIDES. solicit trade and will only be responsible }
for goods intrusted to him g. 1f
: o-FULL im:: or-o Cigars .
personally. 3jlm ''r
Dry flint hides. !..c It. j
Green salt hides....... ...... 7c !K Hot French Waffles with ji
i Buggies, Wagons and Harness i Tallow, in barrels.... ........ Celt, Florid Cane Syrup at i ; ,
; Tallow, in cakes. 6'jc n. ,! Solomon's. The Sensation of the Day.

Ste.e..............................................! Beeswax cents per pound. j
Ask any Penacola bank. for rating i
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on me. r
WILSON J. W. WATKIXS. I .GIVE THEM A TRIAL !1.
D. HALE Brunswick, Ga. : ... ...

.ltarstoii'5' Quina have a''i

Real Estate and Rental Agent fine line of Rattan Parlor! y W '}H'MvYNP Yr}

Suits, and odd pe ces; theyare RrtiStie rh0t09 aph9' 1
; south I'al.tfov street, and thane '
i: \; better cheaper J
Subscribe for The Daily News. lOco per week. -
TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENSftCOLA, FLORIDA. 'er. 204)3' S. Palafox Street. r > j.

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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10,1003

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III FOR THE HOUSEWIFE LAST SEEN WITH EVANS. J. A- VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT--



Shining The is Shining the word Bathroom.one can most ap- Mysterious Killing of Thrower at Jasper VAN PELT BROTHERS

Koiiriati-ly use to 11t'Jcri11e the bath Miss. ,

room which is ttrlctly 1111 to date in all Jackson Miss., Jan. 8.-The killingof GARDEN STREET GROCERS

its JipiK'intiu-uts. I.ij.'j the marble! A. F. Thrower at Jasper, Paulding

and }lorel'l lain that are Inevitable in all county, and the mysterious circumstances Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of

the best batkroom, a host of small ap- | connected therewith is attracting
y
r purteiiaiuvs lu nickel are made as accessories 1 ). much attention .throughout ;,STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

to the well: built r
Nickel is Hit metal par eurllenre: In p Ceorge Evans, who was the: last per- j Fruits Nuts and all the Delicacadzs of the S
which to fit out this: particular! room in I son seen in the society of the deceased ':.1soI1.

the house beautiful. is under arrest and will be held to Our Goods are Arriving Daily: and you can Always Rely on Getting

Many bathrooms Laa mirror and await the action of the grand jury although t-e
Best Freshest and
Sometimes lure thin one in the original he strenuously dtnies that he Cheapest.

t architecture of the room. If the was in any way connected with the

room lioweur has not had one builtin tragedy. Evans and Thrower were VAN PELT BROTHERS

a mirror framed with nickel is quite I engaged In a drinking bout, and on ,

tie thin? to purchase for it. In shapes I idll\ j the following morning Thrower was TELEPHONE NO. 23:. k< o t ..< 31 EAST GARDEN ST
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k4 the mirrors come square, ol.lon-OOth .., found dead beside the railroad: track _
J Lorizont.il! ami-vertical-and diamond I '- -=
r with his skull crushed. Evans saysthat j

Ehajied. I he parted from Thrower at the I A. :HVISUCCESSOR A.
Towel racks of many lengths in tileI /1 exact spot where the body was found, very
nickel 1 are fciiown in the store for the
but the
latter, was uninjured at that j

bathroom. Some of them are quite time. Evans' hat was picker up on ( TO AVERY t WOOLFOLK,)
short and others run the length of the
; the spot, and this is one of the strongest I IMPORTER AND
room. These are particularly useful on Aiiiithi JOBBER OF
bits of circumstantial evidence
the wail! back of the tub.! Several rows J' II
I against tim. but he explains it away
of tl,1J11I'TI' would! not bo ami HARDWARE.
/ r .'-. >s. I i by saying tht Thrower had taken his
.iLCe iouei nars come :also in iiraM : .. ,

and in glass! but the preference seems The real heroines: of every day are in our homes. Frequently,how. it hat: unless from him Evans and said I he would him keep to II Iron, Nail*. Axes! Shovels, Hiw Mill and ; -

to l>e given to fie nickel ware for these! I 1 ever, it is a mistaken and u-tless heroism.Vomen : accompanied Supplies, Cooking and Heating Stoves Steamboat
ih i 1 town. Paint, Oils
particular! fUrl"hiijrs.: i \ stem to listen to every call of duty except the supremeone I Window Glass, ions, Pistols and Fi-hinsr Tackle.
I .\!Irlma: ;
t I : S ,::fetal anMII tli.-lifs! o-ip .1..11! soap ti>ks lievonw when some deratigemt-nt of the female organs makes S'>\6ral times! contradicted his states I I Agate anil Tinware aim Ilouscfuriiisliiii:;; tt loin< .

t t racks and yelp] cup-; any JSr.il every everyuencment Kiiiiful anal keeps the nervous system tuntrung? j ,i r.t. and the authorities are convinced TAOEXS FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL

kiwi! of a till t.i hold snip In. Some: t' Irritability takes the place of hairiness and amiahility; and weakness : that he knows more about the Revere Giant Stitched Belting; Northampton CO.MPANY1J Em.
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1r'i .ire stationary ai.-l others, aie fastened and Mifferins! ; takes the place of health and stren'th.s; long as they I tragedy:: than h: has yet related. I:, Wheel Co., Liftin & Rind Powder Co., J huon's K II ry-

it; m the wise] of the bathtub, so that they can drag themselves around, women continue to work and jK-rform somine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Rangesv'',

h(' may' IM moved ulon:, as' desired. j their household duties. They have been 1tto believe that sutTering Nero; Pcstmistress Visits Birmingham Coups & 1'0.R1W Hide Lice Leather, Masurv -

Snonjrp racks, l.i.th large; and small necessary U-eause they are 'rUlllt'l!. Vhat a mistake! Birmingham Ala., Jan. 8.-Minnie Made Railroad Colors.

ti' .,re also in the nickel ware. Some of | The a'o of Lj lii I.l'inkhanl'sVegetable iiipouiMl\\ill banish I Cox. the deposed negro postmistress Masonic Temple, $ Pensacola. Fia.

I Urea racks ha\e a small soap cup oil pain and restore happiness. lun"t resort to I'tl"llltimulants or narcotics of InJianola, Miss.. Is here accompanied

cither side j when this great strengthening; Ll.aUIIgremedy for women is I by her assistant, Annie Moore, -.

Nickel sits of hooks for ail sorts of ': always within reach I colored. The two are stopping with SAMUEL
t l CHARLES
handy pTirixises and nickel I towel rings ]I I FUII: )1I:nIC\IJ ADVICE TO AVOMI. I a brother of the Moore woman and ,

I If there is anytliinjr in your rase about which you \voul like I will remain here until the Indianola! IV. fl

appointments special advice, write frt't'Ito 3Irs. 1'iiikliani. >'o innn \\ ill see trouble blows over so it Is announced BDDT AND SHOE MAKER

.t1 Toothbrush holders in nickel come I jour letter. She can surely help you, for no person!! in America Mrs. Cox declines to be interviewed.Her I y ll fl ,

; close and jN-rf orated. Some of these has such a wide experience in treating female ills as she has ha.I. husband. W \V. Cox, a postal REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
Lave china set in metal I holder. She has helped hundreds of thousands of omen hack to health.
tops a Her address is Lynn, 3IassM and lierndticeis free. You are ,ery clerk on the Southern railway gave ::Io z..i3 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes, Leather Finding.

j foolish if you do not accept her kind im i tat ion. out a very guarded statement in which 5U.The. 007 SOUTH PAIAKOY STKKKT.PHONK .
An Elfretl.e Lamp Shade. I he said that he and his wife were

One of the showiest of the! new lamp For proof read the symptoms, suffering and cure hopeful of a settlement of the Indianola

or candelabra shades (as it may be had trouble as they desired to returnto

In several sizes to fit (either is shown t.,. recited in the following letters : that place to live, having many Star

here. It composed of cut glass "DsAB MBS. l'ISKII.U-I wish to express to you the great: benefit I friends there among both the colored Laundry

beads: in a latticework .effect finished have derived from your advice and the use of Lydia y:. Piiikham's Vegetable and white population. Cox a'ded ,
Compound. :My: trouble was female weakness in its worst form and
I was in a very bad condition. I could not perform my household duties, my that he had no desire to "butt up Biggest Busiest Best !
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back ached I against a brick wall and for his own ,
was extremely nervous, and I could not eat or sleep and the '
J I bearing-down pains were terrible. My husband spent hundreds of dollars sake as well as for the sake of his

to get me well, and all the medicine that the doctors prescribed failed to do me wife and his future intentions he

r I any good ; I resorted to an operation which the physician said was necessary would not make a public statement

I to restore me to health, but I suffered more after it than I did before ; I had reviewing the IndianoJa: incident. lie They Speak
i hemorrhages of the womb that nothing could seem to stop.
looks for and
an early adjustmei.t,
"I noticed one of your advertisements and wrote you for advice, I received I
j your reply and carefully followed all instructions.: I immediately :1: says some of the !best people in Mississippi -

I began to get stronger, and in two weeks was about the hon!'e. I took eight ':: ) have the matter in hand with 1 Themselves f !

bottles of Lydia ]]. Itjnkhun's"t.ta"l(' Compound and continued I 1 I that end in view. It Is rumored that $QWe

following your advice, and to-day I am a well woman. Your remedies and J Mrs. Cox will retain the position of i

help are a Godsend to suffering women and I cannot find words to thank 1: postmistress with a white person as I k 5- let the Shirt.C 111m
you for what you have done for me."- Mits.! LOTTIE \'. X.ULUI:, 1323 Jf.
Ave., N.W., \Vii-jhinjton, D. C. J'I assistant and the latter actively in and Culls we Launder speak) for
charge, but neither Cox his wife
[h"\R: )IR... PtssiIAM-t: write to tell you what Lydia I;. IMnkj j nor thetnelveThey will talk lever I(

ham's.. Vegetable Compound\ has done for m,'. I affirm this report. I r 1, than we can. We want to > jutoi

I was suffering with falling the womb and commit hardly drag:: about, I 5 more by the work we do> !trw r by
but after taking five bottles of Lydia I:. PinltulI.s"cdahc Compound Coal Sold on Physician's Certificate.
what
I wu completely cured. I am now a well woman and able to do all Toledo, 0., Jan. 8.-The coal situation -, y r : we say.

my work. in Toledo has reached the point

L L'j "I think your medicine one of the best remedies in the wlrld.MRB.: where the physician's certificate is required ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods
Called for and
J. M. LEE, Ill Lyndal :bt.. Newcastle, 1'a. by local dealers before they Deltrerel'cee.TELEPHONE .

I DE lit MRS. PivKirvw : -Lydia I]. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound will sell even a ton of coal. The certificate 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
} has done a great deal for me. I suffered so much from falling the
iI THE GLASS lEAl) MI AUK. I womb and all the troubles connected with it. I doctored for years! with must show that there is illness WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
4 with I doctors an.lnther I in the home of the would-be purchaser ,
a pretty little! K-illojMtl t',1e: at remedies but received only temporary relief.
the top and the pendent fringe so fashionable I l>t'an tikinsf your medicine, and had not taken it long! before I was and that coal is necessary as a safe- .

f1 just nun- at the iHiitom. These! I feeling} etter. My! husband said that I should keep right on taking it as longj guard for the patient.A .

come in seu-ral: mlnrs to match different i as it gaIn\! relief from my suffering, as could not expect to be cured by] I --- .WILL MOVER'S.

4 color ....da'II1I'1111 their scintillatlon.s : one or two iMittlt's. I did so and am now able to IK- on my feet and work NIGHT ALARM.
hard all lay and go to bed and rest at night. Thanks to Jour'r etable Corajnnn.l I I Worse than an alarm of fire at night ,
ixiremely siiowy and decorative I ata ivrtainlv grateful fur the relief it gave me. It is the mother's '' is the brassy cough of croup which

U-si.ies 1.tflll'tn' novel. great friend. I would not lx without it in my house, for when I feel tired ; sounds like the children's death knell' WEST SIDE GROCERY
}t or out of sorts 1 take a few doses and feel all right. and it means death unless something''

Url"I.lII"ni. I would recommend your medicine to all tired mothers and especially | i" done quickly FoleY' Honey and I

ltd !ce water ought never I., be taken to those suffering as 1 was."-MR-,. R. 1-'. Cn.I EJ:", Jlennet, Nab ; Tar never fails to give instant relief HAH JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OFFish

1 ith one'... meals! and as little us ]uivile n sORFEIfit'waennn.tf.rthaithrrnlnrrthe'.rtginallultareandsl natureaof and quickly cures the worst forms of
S- 00 "it.>ve t-Mim.niiulj, which .... :Mr. P. L. Roe Cranberries Florida Barrel
'. between lot als. 0:1.: : n< UT 1II"w,; tJ willl'r..ve t'ier ah lut" einniiiMinL -* croup. Cordier. of Man- Syrup, Olives,
... > t:. riukham :Mrdirine (b., Lynn, 11..... i niirjtton: Ky., writes: "My three
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-k what is beins t.ikui into the r'tolnahII' ; Mackerel
; ; ------ -' Buckwheat Mincemeat and
----- year old girl had a severe case of i! Every
' I in water 1:110.1: with -IiipMil| Ktit is I i I f[ croup; the doctor said die could not I
t safer to liHItltI.s ('on.-p ttalelieu. Bubonic Plague In Mexico. thing Kept in a First-Class
with water and III. I live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey Grocery,
, It \is .innoitiiri.l (. J. I!. '
;ow tlu-iii tu stand beside ice to chin! | : by 'ajitain Washington Jan. -A dispatch has i and Tar; the fist dose gave quick relief FOR
I Tliuinns: nf the Vale! Truck Athletic as- been EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS.A .
until! ri'iirit!. i iTo.ts received at the public health and and saved her life. Refuse sub-
bate ln-i'ii I.' !'o-!att"n that a. dual meet has been marine hospital service from the ; stitutes.V.. A. D'Alemberte 121
which H.
IIUI< show j Car L ad of
ainin.'ed between the Yale and rrince- Palafox street. the Justly Celeb'aM Majestic j Flour M Mini
... that ono ;rill of ice i \ :!tcr. which moan board of trade at Tucson Ariz., calling i
an a\tTiin' tistnliltTf'il ponu'd hastiy i! I ton track tcai'is. The meet will be laid attention to the existence of bubonic .-- -

1 down tilt tlI'Illt1.1111, II tli" tnniMTatur i at New 11.1 veil May Ile\t. The track plague in Mexico and requiring that

t of the>toniach Irnui l' 1 iK-jrrwH toO mitt Iietween Harvard and Yale will necessary steps be taken to prevent :!
i U held at rainbriilgt1; May "3 and theintcndllegiato i The Beer i WICKS & CO.
; dc;rwn. and it tikfs more tli.iu half! its spiead! into Arizona The president :!

an hour lit rt-vour tho beau it ha. l III>-t. I track: meet at Mott llaen. [ of the superior boards of health I

CuM water slowly! t.I'I.,1! i will not !>efolliiwcd \ X. Y.. May ::11.' The track meet I of Mexico has announced that the reports -i, That Made

: l I.r MI-'I a r. 'ult, 4vuditlr the with i'rineeton (Is an innovation which that the plague exists at Ensen- iPlumber Gas and Steam fitter .

I F.v-ttui iih'asantlv I in hot weather with 1 N weliinueil l>y the students and graduates dao and Mazatlan are correct, and i' ,

oat; cliillint; ,; the gland l< 'f the stomach 'I I of Yale.ruunurluu. __ has requested the public health and D AHND N HDISSET I R FAMOUSVICTORIA r U

FO that tOo.!:: ; >.ti"ii t-ar.nui take 1.1111'1'lIetrot .- marine hospital service to notify the No. ft South Palafox Street,

; 1'iw ('recs. I "Klondike mil. bureau of American republics that the All Kinds 01: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials
1 I "That mild uiannereJ Quaker, Colonel -18- Kept on Hand
South American countries
I ImII4tt"I1IJI': would not needJ'lhn through I TELEPHONE KJR .- l"K\K4nolA. F1.A.
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HiitirlioiiiKl ( niidy. them may be informed. Dr. Grubbs
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L. Sullivan or ::111)1.,1) else to do .
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i'iit of IrHtl lio.irhouiul -- -
n -l"I"M'lIl"ul medical representative of the public -- -
his lighting:
; remarks Pooinnf
; hang; in a cupnul |".ur over then half Charley health and marine hospital service
ms < I the Phillies. "There isu't a playeron MADE.BY ACME BREWING CO
a (cupful f IMMIIH:: water: over :1\I.11.'t TIME
. the Philadelphia club wlllmbl'tts: now at Los Angeles, who bas been investigating I TABLE.
< it until 491d! strain ami it 1SKST 10-CKNT
t-Ii't'p ; l"nir the situation BOTILK KKKK
1 l' couldn't, 1IlIHII.uull's it Douglass at Enst'na.da.8n(1 ,
were -
: (I\"I'rJ ] Millnl < Dr. IN AND
Alexander TOWN.DANNHEISSER.
the medical NASHVILLE
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I and I hate an idea he could hold representative RAILROAD
1 'fill of l"'il with
ttiii
"leaout ; unfair:
1 Klondike! Hill' for awhile." at Ensenada, have been directed IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. hot
BROS.
Mirnn;;. and if any .UIII riw s t<1 by the
surgeon general to take
,ti the top I''mllH.. T<->t the i-niidy in AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
Cornell Foutlmll Coaching. any necessary action in the matter. New Orleans and Mobile.
tt If Cornell remains committed to the I I. I Harper f toby.Main --- _
Into !buttered .
and
the lire pour a .pan..Mark
t graduate: system of coaching the foot- CHILDREN POISONED. :Noe So,,. No.1. I NO." No.1. Not
; liito squares before it is cold or 1:15a 19:15m Itoo p Leave Pealacola_ I
\ break into irn-iruUtr pit......". I i hall candidates: next year, the field from :Many children are poisoned and 8:511 a 2.7 p 1:02 a i Leave...,. Flomaton_ ArrlYil Leave 6:00 1:115 a a 1:3)ftep p fJOI 9aot 0
i I I which men be chosen will 11:00: a 4:77:: P 2'.W I L lVe_.. MObile ___
may l>e rath- made nervous and weak if not killed House 401 8. Palafox I Leave Ir:98: n'tI nUi: D 6cv J
-- I i street. ..... .. .. e: 5p 7:1O a L..ave _New Orleans. Iwara
1 1f:1I1 75:
broad. a
er It is believed
1\ that there will .
,- Tn I\t'rlt: H.Tnl" and llorrhro.It 'I outright by mothers giving them R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.P. ::::
hi' a distinct demand for the services of North.
I I is soiuctinii-s! iHtlk'ult to keep raisins ]i iit Captain Hill Warner as one of the cough syrups containing opiates. O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla.

.. Ln; ; and datts away from the inluwit'ne I i Foley's Honey and Tar is a safe and i
t coaches Lowever.We : Phones 116-268. lo. t. : :: little ants and roaches, hut i certain remedy for coughs, croup l1:01>pm i 1I:15pm LeaYIIPen'lcolaArrlve No 1 No. e.

this is easily vonipli.-hiil by putting are going to sell aud lung trouble, and is the only eI5am: 6:57pm ArrlvlI.. !oIontllomllry _Lea.e Itrlsam':OOpm'' '0:00am:!6 p fa
our -- -- --- -- 1I:511am 9:154
---- -- Arrive.BtrmingbamLeave
prominent medicine that -- pm
cough contains I 8:33.m
thrum in ,' bags that! have been well t6pm
i"ip r 7lJipm ,1:10am Arrtve..larnr111e.Leave
4 : $1.00 Taballrette no opiates or other __ .
GOc. poisons.V.
for !:90 a m 11:13 I m Arrive _
1 i liru>lIt.tIl\l1' with strong I"Ira x water OPERA HOUSEDO I LoulavilleLeave cab p m ':411 & m
A. D'Alemberte 121 6. Palafox Tr".11am 11iII:
m ArrlveClncloaatJLI'IVfI
i and dried! before the fruit is put in. The! on Dec. 22d, 23d and 24th. street. I 7roam I'pm Arrive1+t.LoQI..Lf'ave GIJJ:15pm: pm 11:16pm H:5fip

little pests do out like the borax and :! Just to see how -- -
I maney peo- PENSACOLA AND RIVER
t, thus will not lrl'lllrt'IL gnaw through; the sack when '' pIe will read this ad. Mars- PEARL & DQLIVE. YOU LIKE A GOOD SHOW? i JUNCTION. _

I 'ton $ Quina. I I No. I-Dilly No 8-DlllY No stop where time not I own io. I-Dally i:V O. H-L.l: !

>blny .....r).. I 11:55 pm 7:00 I m Leave. .... acolaArrlve
Call on them at the corner of Garden THERE Iri ONE COMING TO UUI alght 7:18" Jlobemla_ '. 10:110 P IB 8:1P pm.,
+ That bright yellow, shiny surface Foley's Honey Tar 10:87" I i w
i ana and Alcaniz streets: for carpenter THE OPERA. HOUSE FOR IS:9D 7:1 Yoleltra. _.. It 10:14" 8:01"+
that gives such a ricl1l".k to the pastryof cures colds, prevents pneumonia and electrical workor phone 660. U:23": 7:1ft" _Jsclmbll:: 10:8t.: I 6:51 .
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delicatessen shops is obtained by WEEK 12\: \ 7:25: Moist 10:21" 6s '
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a 7:28: Harp __ 10:21 to 6:60 '
brushing it over with the yolk of an Commencing 19:50! to 7:55 II _O'ltCity. /4 I "

J egg lieaten with two tablesiHmufuls of I SOrPIECE DINNER SET JAN.11 II PMONDAT U:58"1'3) 1m'' fSll "" .II. _Good._ Milton RaolO__ r 10 10:10"6"II 6JO 6r7. ..
':66"I6'
milk about ten minutes before it is taken FREE : 815: II Holt. 8-33"
I 2JJ II 8:3):: =::-MlllIga ?:::: .. ':116"H
out of the oven. This! glazing process I Woaderfnl IndocnMDt to tell oar *WM Bil( P.r1en 9:70 ':11
Ever,pun-har rof a pound can of ao. IUkl c P..Ieru.brour 2:33" 8:38 _..Creltvlew 11:1. I ':00 II
is a great improvement to the appearance i FUn So.ill rP< I IftK of gltum,toll I Lt..teatglaeapstt 8:99 II 11'10 I,
of a chicken pie. MOllY Heat 8tI.I II 1:18 H
1"Ht'lDt'IIIboor llul".u.Set it=T*>lulely trrt to ewry HOYT'SComedy ';::08" 9:55 II It "
8U
l"unlllt8PrtDp t:4I
pwhawr. of bon oholil amrlet U by our runa..& .
.. Co ev....I..JJ1"ueltaf '' For Pipe and Tap.. under 1'Un.No.W,will th..... .ut oftkU kraoUfal H atrrvt ':&0) 8:6T _Ponce de Leon..- ?::P II I !:le
far U cwk ..rrkorn we rare a <'lUdyd.'raled a... Company. fIooI 10:10' __Westville.- 7:17 It 1.6'
Glycerin is very slow to freeze and 1'keepla.nee.rabLPlereTa"e4.Mal.klfns W. 1:1JIiI II 10:15' .. __ CaI'1Ttlle_ 7:12 II 1:49: .
IT Mttle is put on taps in frosty weather do nut= aou anf we money riii fonrard in adranre.oar different ftmpty plans irod 01 and TOOT fall Infurmuwa nameand ACTING SPECIALTY 11.111"It 10:50 II _Bonlfay_ 1:66 II l I I 1:2'1': .".
I 1.. will M ...>riar4 to .ee .!oat eae a* amwplukrd 18 tOO 107" It _.Cblpley_ 6:111: II : 11.
SJid exposed pipes are covered with i..frv kMP.'..P We will allow you nftfen dajt 10 dellTir thf and ronrrt tbrmonrr More! | PEOPLE 6 PEOPLE 8110; II 11m" II __Cot,<>ndlle__ 1:18 II l BoosTtl0
pieces of old carpet or sacking! the wa- lyvngu*. M e allow larw cash mmiuMon prcfirmL. N e pay aj fnwhu We oleo rue lieiiMads II U:2i". _Marla/lna_ 8:00" I 1,1I "
Tablra.t' trr Is not likely to fnv/c I huiMmt.rifttawraeefal&T!ilecraNe&rt<-lm.fur tyU''it our KouvU.. Wine tar I'lane.o4 toll mtormaU :20)! Nights In New York, 11\0\ In Boston. 7tI.I II 11:62" .. Cypreel.- II ,fA
_-'L'OS.1 MI PFLIK OMVA\Y, 1127 and IlZtt Pine ..I........ hi. ....1.. Mo '1:58" 12:06 .. Grind Rldge 6K II 11:71 ,
Try THE NEWS Want coluuiu.a I' We assure our readers that the bilvona Supplies Company la thoroughly reiable.-Edrtor.; J Pop lilt Price -lO, 20 and 30c 8:1A" 12:1A"noon ArrITeRlnrhnct1oD___ tlneadl 01 010I 10 lose:*, II_









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THE DAlLYNaW81 PIN8AQOLA; FLORID& SAT.URDAY. JANUARY 1D.I80.; .

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SAIL FOR LIBERIA. Another:'Reply.From Castro. The Leader -
NEGRots IN-I
TRAINS G01LIDE BUZZ AHOCC(NOTIONS I WashIngton, Jan. 8.-Minister Bow- tEjIOYJUt.

i rtY"r..o Georgia Negroes Enreut en transmitted to the state department Ninety-nine per sent of the business -

Th To Black Republic. HEAVYSNOWSTORMThree today another reply from Pres. of The Mutual Life Insurance 1IfrJ

',.. Jln. S.-In the steerage NOW IN EVIDENCE Icient Castro touching the arbitration .,.'to
."..\1' Yicf Company of New York has been --'-'--------- } ,,

ti'r. "1.ite star Line steamer Teu- F ...- proposal. As heretofore President acquired since 1859, when the next
I sailed: Wedoesday for Liv. Castro expresses willingness to submit Jacob MorrisHAS
*r. v;1;. 32 negro men 12 women People Killed OutrighAnd Snow is General East of The the matter to arbitration and In largest company began business.
these its
en ren, who are going to LIile. addition to his former communicationhe During forty-two years
and : More Will Die.' Mississippi River. record has EXCEEDED that cf any MOVED FROM RAILROAD -
l't' .. They come from Ir- is now willing to recognize the propriety -
.ria othr company by STREET TO HIS OLD STAND: Z
Georgia One of the men of submitting the clams referred -
unt\
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n : REAR-END COLLISION OF TRAINS. TRAINS FROM THE NORTH LATE. to in the British and German notesto 136 East Intendencia Street. '

Si\V> are just poor farmers. BUMs the Hague, something that he has Total Income. .$216,813,510 ,

.S *& tut very good with us, sow The Scene About the Wreck Was Snow FtII-All Night In The Mountains not up to this point been willing to *'Tz ." -Policy- 188,063,836 : Here you will find a Fall Line of ( '

: nether, sold out our farmsT.Dr do. Some details remain to be arranged -
Frigthful-Many People Were Con of East Tennessee and Western moll and Eta li
:.. ?'"mg out t3 Liberia to begin before the next step, which is Preaiiumlncouie, 134,732,611 Furniture, .
gregated About the Spot-Crash Carolina-Train Service Greatly the appointment of commissioners,
lili: Mattresses; Carpets, Matting f' '
J 1c 82,175,981 Rugs,
irrty has about $2.000. can be taken up and It is not yet hterct Income,
'r.e Wa* Heard All Over the City. Hampered. ?, Quilts Stoves and
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known how Castro will receive demands everything 4.

Projected Railroad. Ada, 0., Jan. .Three men dead Louisville Jan. 8.-Th blizzard conditions still Insisted''upon' by the al Surrender Viloei, 67,883,475 in the House-Furnishing j ;
Leaves
? r.-an co, Jan. 8.-The Exami- and 14 or more other persons injured, which prevailed yesterday and Ilea for a money payment and how he Death Claim, 44,822,897 Line at Moderate Prices for .A .

t7jr that by making an alliance one fatally is the result of a collision lait night in Kentucky and Tennesseeare will view the rejection of his own demand -I .

tVj.ator: Clark, of Montana. E.Hirraaa between two trains on the Pennsylvania in evidence today, although with for the immediate withdrawal ol Dividends 38,127,777 Cash or on the Instalment Flap. t1-i .

II'IF' leaves Prince Ponatow- system on the main street of this diminished force in Efest Tennessee, the blockade as a condition precedentto i. :;

:" ..,--'"-t'd railroad from Los An- city at 5 o'clock Thursday evening. Georgia North Carolina and along the the arbitration. Iod01JD> .lIaad Annuities, 3 7,2 2 9,""9

c.. s Francisco in the air The dead.: Atlantic coast Snow is general east ,
r fan: Write today fur "Where Shall 1 I muni"
gp',;..s. ,. ws the danger of a posan Joseph Stein of Fort Wayne. pf the Mississippi river and freezng Look Out For Grace floyd, 2U21-2.
a.;
a; ::a'.!on between Ponatow- McPool. of Fort Wayne. temperatures extended into the south nor Miller has a very clever green THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE .
:
s as'1 the Gould railroad sys- Alonzo Hadley of Vanwert, O. ern half of the cotton bet.! Snow fell! mare in Grace Boyd which was thirdin COMPANY OF NEW YORK 1' ,'
and s'olldln 2:13 In
2:12Vj recent
s' : a
!i' irk corporation has The Injured are W. A. Freese, of all night in the mountains of Tennessee -
II : race. She will be liberally staked next KICBASO A. McCtntr,Freudeat. .
',-, ', > from Harriman 300 Chicago; J. J. Casey, of Toledo, cannot and' western Carolina and train .
a': Mr. and Durselman and service through the mountains is ham- season. CECI W1LLCOX Manager : .
; f i : ; art of the Oregon recover; &ywd.t N. I&.z-. : I.

:i..s southwest of Salt little daughter of Vanwert; Peter pered.All STATE OF OHIO,CITY OF TOLEDOl( Jacksonville, Fla.. M1RILaece.tno ifb.enn.410pV1y1b1 II' ,
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1. '. southwest Nevada.T' Tracey, conductor of train No. 35; trains from the north were late LUCAS COUNTY. J ss H. 11. 1HOUNTON, Agent, olhrt liwtratat but bw KmLKniiiD>k? of Ada Andrew Brun- arriving in Louisville this morning Ritrtfullparliitilaiaaud'itimlioniita / t l'\ I
Curtis McElroy ; FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath Pensacola, Fla. *lUbLIijb.jlri. Manco,. .44..: m ,
Loses Left Hand. non, of Fort Wayne. Ind.; M. Gelse both the Monon and Big Four's Chicago that he is the senior partner of the >o Times Bldg..New York. > '

.' \: C., Jan. 8.-Clifford of Ottawa; Walter] Klinger. of Ada; trains being reported four hours firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing .. It'lting's
I' of behind time. South of Louisville the the of Toledo Try the NEWS Want Column. .,- life
5. i 4 year-old son of John W. D. Blackburn, basgagemaster business in City fjrsl fr 5c. ..;
>-nent::: farmer who !lives train No. 85: ; Guy Kingsbury, editorof railroads experienced no delay, as the county and state aforesaid, and that ::: -.. ,.. I,
5' I JL: >>
Standard Benjamin snowfall light. The t iperaturein said firm will pay the sum of ONE
The Dunkirk ; was
Alust his left hand on ,
Fort Wayne T. J. Burdette, Louisville at noon was 1 degrees, HUNDRED DOLLARS for each : '' --"; -"'-_._-i'_- .' i'S. .:. .. -v-5'. ;
., the result of a gunning Zncke. of ; '..' '.- _. 1.,11.
and every case of Catarrh that can- ry.---- ." --- -- -- ""-- '.'''''-'"'-,'' .'' w,='
It.- boy was out shooting cf) Da)tonS with the forecast for continued cold. not be cured by the use of HALL'S l'!! :!

a n !Ing at a flock of birds, 1 On the Main Street Telegraph facilities to the south CATARRH CURE. ( Roberts & ; ;

.? n.. ger. when the barrel of I The accident was one of the worst west, which were disarranged yesterday FRANK J. CHENEY. (Iii;) Dailey, |g( J ;1< :

irst at the point where Clif-- that ever occurred on this division of by reason of adverse weather conditions Sworn to before me and subscribedin .j .
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baud was resting. The the Pennsylvania system, and was : showed a decided improve- my presence, this 6th day of December ; -DEALERS IN '

sensational in all Its details occurring nctt.: A D. 1886.
i badly lacerated that ain highly : : : I

vcs necessary. ; as it cUt!' on the main street S -SEAL. i A. W. GLEAPON, ( CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY CROCERIEs.1 : {
Will Not Be Removed :
cf the town at a time when the thor 1 ---, I Notary Public. 'Jl .: ,
oughfare was crowded with people. Kmmille, Tenn., Jan. 8.-Harvey Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken infernally *;
Doing a Big Business. ij New Florida! Syrup Fish .
i Logan, the alleged! Montana train robber ,
Ala., Jan. 8.-The DecaturmpI't.ss Train };'o. 83.: westbound for Fort and acts directly on the Xfj

is doing the biggest .: Wayne had started out of the station, i with not ba removed'' from Knoxville blood and mucous surfaces of the |:| FRESH SUPPLY OFi ll:,; : .-

this season that it has ever but at the ::ain street crossing was I Jail as early as had beenantici!- "ystem. Bend for testimonials, free.F. .

Co. .- us pan history. They have .1, compelled to stop on account of some pated.Cincinnati Judge: H. H. Lurton, sittingat J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, OHARD RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS I; "

i accident to the brakes has permitted Logan'sattorneys
a. Jl OF ALL KINDS jjjl
to present his and
A flagman was sent back to notifiy appeal
., their bus1nE'lIsclosf'd
and year's
-on yet by any means. No. 19, a freight train going in the they will in a few days argue this proceeding ;$ FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. iF": 1_ 'l ( ;

same direction, which was several in an effort to get a new trial .
ards and warehouses are now ninutes late. Owing to the snow- for Logan. If the circuit court of appeals :. ROBERTS & DAILY .: : /. '
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cotton their fullest
T'a .t with to .
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: Etoiin. the cns'neer/ of No. 19 was Unable at Cincinnati allows a new trial ''I!, ,IEI) :\. :
( y. I I to see the signal! in time to slack I Logan it is said, will not be removed 218-220 Wright St., East of Union DepotP.'ioa < :

'from Knoxvllle for three months at ; e "<;. IVrisuc-oIa, a.f;
en his speed. His engine crashed into fat
Child's Narrow Escape. : .
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11 tsville. Ala., Jan. 8.-Katherlne I the rear of No. 35. No. 35 consistedof I any rate. BRICK B!.. _....., ."... .. .--.:.----'....'--:-':'*.!.-----.'!.."'-. .'<...:' "_;...!.. -......;_--.: 'Im '" .
coaches ..
s' 'rg daughter of Dave Voren- two the rear one being a .
I combination baggage and passengercar The Worst Form t '
af-
burned
I is badly Wednesday
at the Bradshaw seminary. with another passenger car In Multitudes are singing the praises p- '. A LEG, A WING, i1; ;

t.T poking the tire front. Both were telescoped, and of Kodol the whichis
girl: was new discovery
scarcely a AND A CUTTING OFF ii :
She would passenger escape injuryof '
ignited.
was sick well
> making: so many people

I'l't .' -'mod. Ar.nit to>death Bradshaw had ,it who not some of No.sort.19 were The ajso engineer slightly and hurt fireman and weak people strong by digestingwhat AIMS\\ ON HAND THEBREASTOFANIcE ( ;. '
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but net enough to prevent them from they eat, by cleansing; and Ir j jH.
her *
;:, l.y wrapping
vmi "' { I A1j TURKEY FROM
rendering immediate assistance to sweetening the stomach and by
". ( }hd:! and mothering ,
those who were in greater distress. transforming their food into the .HALF. '

I IC The scene about the wreck'was kind of pure, rich, red blood that .. .. \\i mm\ % i r.o. ''tt ;:

"i 1 for CJia. I frightful.any people were con makes you feel good all over. Mrs. ,

.1,1!; -. T':.. towboat gregated.bout the spot at the time Cranfill. of Troy, I. T., writes: Fora -TO-

1 ii.ii: : .\ 'i a big and the streEt was well filled by wa). ; number ot years I was troubled For Your CHRISTMAS DINNER. Call, drop us a line 0 rl .

I .41 t I... .;. I1'i' 'I I fibers on their way home from work. with indigestion and dyspepsia and your wants will be promptly attended to. <
T:>, crash heard all the ONE MILLIONGet
was over city.
i 1 t II v.,7n, \ tll'! which grew into the worst form. ,
. nr.il almost the entire population was j R.V. WATERS & 'CO. :
H
: I anti! )!l: : il'l; : Finally I was induced to use Kodo! .
fn'jii on hand to render what assis- ,
i '. i.i :N A O. . .. tai.ic they could in caring for the olS South! PalarcSh't'ct, Xru :Sheppard; BllilclilJ '.) I J I
cured. I recommend
h "i.- 'J .1) li.is; >hJlml.JJt; from heartily :
!II.! r-ii'iii.i'i' t', mines is to he tollowi.) Hounded and dead, who were at once I Kodol to all suffers from indigestionand Our Prices Before We have: the Choice't Cuts of Western and Homo Meats also Chicken; 4 ti RI' P .

!'\ "' ., !< all intt-mied for th% same can:ed. to the freight house and st.v dyspppsia. Take a dose; after and All yejretables. THoplioiM-. .!(:(;. J

;....' I tlon and laid on improvised cots meals. It digests what you eat. I .
II I The engine on No. 19 was almost I Margin Pharmacy, John rthepard: Purchasing.Capacity t.i

A Secret. If Tried at All.N / demolished; l.ut the cars behind it Sidney, Kahn.. I, ,
I I.1 --- -- -
: \c. .Ian. S.-Ikpl'inl were not climated in th< least and --- HALL & KLEIN it.
{ to an O.A. S TO Til: 4%.. ,
Ill', i i ".Una:: the reports ( ircnlat-: ; r.one of the passengers were l bruised. I"8 KM Yes l afS) 3osjB
I ) The wreckage was strewn all over the i fle'n the A Haje: .
< i States I
thatV.
fI I. 0.
,. i )i'ail' Ite-n tririi and a(>- ; tracks] and in a few minutes! the Chicago 1ignaU8 #.."..., iO 50,000 Daily 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. !Ii.)
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and New York limited! :
murder of Kitzjwrald] ; eastbound \
dashed through!; on the other
I'r-'ss
cnrn'Siion.leiit! ca- Staple and Family Groceries
"Ouatfmala. Jan. 8. track, at fiG miles an hour, hiirtoff the .

.' -n a trial it has been accumulated debris in all directions cLLAUNOU McMiIlan Brick Co.

Mystery (hcre" but n<;ver pausing in its flight until i Select Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins.FaultryEggs t ; '
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half a mile from tho town. Then the I or"a.FOn.... ,
.r-.C
Ctt'; r .Thirteen CaOverdue. I train was stopped anSI backed to the f Pine Barren, Fla. and Country Produce! t 4r t
i-ipan.':
Jan. 8t. .- of the I
f.ne accident to get orders.No -t: .
.- S'.iini-r Pleiades! Cap- i damage was done to the engine: of I CHARTER !
tth.i I! ii .Bailed! from 5'! CP4ICHESTER'S ENGLISH Telephone No. 358. :
the
flyer, bnt it was learned that apiece I

( ; r tlii port is now 13 I' of wreckage. flew into the cab j The Elegantly Er/iupped\\ f. .r.E__i_ J\'ROY Urljlt..1 ftml L Oi.lj PILLS(;.aui..., I .
I IA as the train dashed past and painfully j -1i'b.tFF. 4>witrliattr I ntltesB'k !I'i"r) ( '
I bruised the JVaptha Launch CUPID, f. .! \..-.... for ('IIItIIF..1ER'. :... '''..E.LtsII...
engineer. He was. however j \ ; iD lal>)> &"! ( ,1.1 .01: .... ..

A!WfAK SYSTEM. : able to continue his run, and with Parlor Car Fittings, j f *- 9V3;'J.l>iihbUfnbIi.a eTAiii....ul'. iHlmovlher..!|tiul't..A enil KrfuK ImltitW Liquorsj..
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I (,, 10fv f J'or Imni.t or .4&e. I.tff
left in a fpmInutes with his train. I for a trip on the bay or for : y .......1':0.1..rt..I..... Tcfl'.anl.!.
1..7 id"l.'r'lrf for Luilir.*in Ir'ttr,I,ra.
\V.V. ". l 1 .eh I i ii weak the whole Baseball a crlli. e. j: -'/ ..'.Innni-K..ur. ilalL Hl.lll.0 I bk-hp.ri.un.Dii-..I kr..l".fiJM l r.i..,. -FOR- .
.t ( Conference Convenes. .. .. '
." %teak aNo becau I'awii a4I'uafl4.4c. 1'1I1. i'I
:
il, ,IiI -tomach ; Cincinnati Jan. 9.-All the mem- Accommodations for 407Ja.Ysen \
w receive|
:: .. I: -ides. wpakne q, you i I'bTs of the Joint peace commission of :, t ers. Everybody// .

-X I"1 ss OF A 1'1'.TITF., ,the American Baseball clubs are here I Rates very reasonable. \ WEEKLY 4C1IED UYl:,

llr \ .\ 'JJ:, J\/IHaI'TIO\: I today for tly conference that begins I
v- Pine FOB STEAM DIVISION ATTHE'a..
street.
1 ;HAN ) LIVER TKoru i I this afternoon. The national members -' Landing : -
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: :. rompViint. you can- are at the St. Nicholas and the CAPT.STEARNS 1"E. COLA ELJ'crltlC TfmUIlCAl :
Ttiifdicite thi 11.Blttt'r' ..* .
f : n American members at the Grand ho- UAILWAY OOMl'ANr. Sellable Barrel House
'; !''i, ?. IT rost-i Master. : Kentucky :
'. TRY A BOTTLE aud : tel. They met separately: during the Trains leave Fenaacola for tie LllU ,
.
I' (If. i forenoon with the owners and managers Bayou,Big linyou, Warrlngtoa.Ntvy X.nnd .
.. Fort larraacai at

HBSTETTER'SSTOMACH I::1 whom in their are present respective, as leagues well as, manyof PresIdent -: GUMBO SUPPER 10:00 8:30 a..m.arrive m.arrive at at Fort Fort liarranoaj Barrancai 1Ob 7Ua.B a.a S. A. Friedman

Harry Pullman and Ben John- 1:00 p.m.rrIYe at Fort Barranoai lupn '; : '
son. From what could be learned of I I 10:; p. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas .:I: p n : :
9:16: p.o.arrive at Fort Barrancas TrOCpavift Ii
BITTERSI'UlCSbL"J I these preliminary! meetings there will -AIoD- '. f )p.m.arrive at Fort Barraacai S:45: P.IL SOLE PROPRIETOR. :
Barrancas lor Peaasola .
Fort
le
Trains ve
be fight first the of !
I a on scope the con. tTlaa.m.arrlve 'd
fert'nce. apd if an agreement is reported : ...D7NCE... ,
i : at Pensacola. $:ojba I am now receiving: the Largest and most excellent assortment of I:[,
as to how the conferees shall!
i go lluo p. m. arrive at feniiaoolall.i9: p.e .
i i then fliere will be contention as to -11THE- : 3OOp.m.4Tlveat I'IIUIIooll_ JMy.L Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Gins 'f .' .
I" 5:00 p m arrive at l'enaacola_ 6ii: p r )
I! what Question will be taken up first. CATHOLIC KNICHTS OF AMERICAAT T:{0 p. m.arrive at Peniacoia_ T:O p. OF KVERY' DESCRIPTION. g .'ff f
Cures Rheumatism. arrive at Peiuaoola ,_ 9.13 .. H
The American members I, 8U m. e.e
want the dispute 1 p.
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i Ii !aturd&YI only Also the Finest and Largest Line of Case Bottled Goods. 1 .

F. away Los Angel**, the man Herman over players, after passed spending first.the Chair.night i ThEIR HALL I rARE FOB WJC1X'DAtS.: Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. .I ".

.::1" we:?, cornea glad: tidings. I I with Robison. Dreyfus and others, met i Wednesday Night, January 14, I Pensacola Paniaoola to to Nary Fort Barraacai Yard and and return retaru_ toPeniaoola M I guarantee honest measure, best quality and lowest! prices. Be sure to I lit J.

1'i i"it nomeof URIC6OL. This James A. Hart and other national to palmetto Beach ted reicrn Ifc5UHDAT send your Christmas orders tIJ 1% -f'

leI,!' w ... originated, after piins- leaders this morning and afterward ,: HOT COFFEE, CAKES ETC, lOBKDUOK: : :

::.iil' l '..d lonz: continued reeirch, ; called on Charles Comiskey, Henry Will also be HerveU.ADMISSION. When weather permits tile running
: -iri-t: (If forty-one yearq ex- Killilee. Charles Somers and others at open coaches. J .
: It pleasantly: cures Rheu- : Leave Peniaaol LT Fort Barraa. 331 south Palafox Street, P. 0. Box 418, PEN ACOLA, FLORIDA.
the headquarters of the American
r : con 9a.m. 10a.m.
1:1-
;S'iaiipi. Lumbago, and 1' .
II -
ferees. While Ila. m. m.
the
8! "' :; of Liver greeting were cordial ';, ,'
I.. : Kidney and btween individuals, the indications Gents 25c ; Ladies Free. 1p.m. Ip.m p.m.'p.m J :'
mbles

I II.:!ar-' ".'"m. It caused i 101 new,by unique uric: acid and do not today seem favorable" for --- .4"p..III m P P.m.III, J. E.. DUBUISSOX t9( BROTHER, ; J1 ji '.

ft.- -* It builds np and cur( sier any proposed "peace pact. CHOICESTS 1p.m. 8 p.m. '
remedies have fiil*>( (,. m. fp.m. COKXEH: TAKItAGONA AS!) ISTESDENCI.STlttt."T ?. r.*
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I' ".' .>ragcn: -the queen of a'l FAB FOB BtrROATfeniaeola !< f
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r.. : .- *'. cure the disM-es; : for Arrested on Charge of Forgery.San -OF- to or* Barraneai Havj.lard Dealers in .
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IJ' : *",recommended.like it and it: will Thpre prove i io1 have arrested Francisco: ,Clarence Jan. 9.-The Rein police on a f FRUIT8 AMDCOIFECTIONER I ij 1 Piaiaoola ranrn.-lo Palaelto--Seatk and_ IkKo <# Choice Staple and Family Groceries "-.C n

i.able: value to ?ulTerirg |' charge of forgery. Dispatches from tr!l rill etv'6aft.rI:15p. ... '
: A strong capitalizea': : Chief of Police Journee at New Orleans Oar Good an- Received Fresh Daily. ThfJ" are too m. Dj to enumerate, t4 ;
behind it and it i* dp*.1 j I -ATG. and are Warran to b the Btet the Market Afford and can be m' .
I'' state he is wanted there by 5 CUEYOURSELFI
i.'k a HPW era in rppd1- : i( Reli'd on.Ve can Duplicate "ny Order Given n* Daiio the ,
: l"urLrlst* !I'II it at *1 (i) Liugi Del Orcto Fruit Dispatch com APOSTLE'S, trUr.I I.4.L CM BbrG for aaaatarsJ4tscbU'IJdladammatIonI.. Holiday and will Deliver Free to any Fart f>f the City. j.. .1
r (' l'ottle.r. $5 (0. Send pany, and also by Jo J. O'Brien of the G..SI..s irflt&DLLI or ulceration. .
w :trticular'ar.d book of I! Western Union Telegraph company. H Eat Gwnrat St. P1.'ena S S2ZS.C.sii4l. ut mocovl. and nKmormnes.FtielMf. not wins- COUNTRY ORDER:: WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION. :

J .' "urp,*. Address:;; THE The amount stated in the complaintis .. THLLaCsEwc4L. gent or poiJ0000l.C.IiuATI,0. h"f
: \ XII RAXKIX DRUG Co.. $;)110.I Formerly Cordova Restaurant StautfOae 1.14 bi Dr'icdMl.u. p-0-Bo"326- J. E. Duhuisson & Bro.,
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L T- I oar-load of Pineapples at 11.71 I bouk.7 re. I
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THE DAILY NIW81' PENSACOLA, FLORIDA-. SATURDAY. JANUARY 10,18081
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I FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

i f., FISHING SMACK THE MEYROVITZ KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. WEDNESDAY, MUSICALE ".. -"
Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K.of P.,
: INDICTMENTS I regular meeting, Monday.Jan. 12th, A MAN'S
HAD A RATHER $
at 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance The regular weekly meeting of the
specially requested. Very Important Wednesday Musicale was held with
ROUCH TIME business Mrs. A. E. Zelius. The following
: The federal grand jury at Montgomery -
Members of sister lodges and visiting program wail rendered:
" -- ,Thursday, returned indict- brethren cordially invited to Life of Yerdi..'tIn. Marina Clutter GUARANTEED
meats against: Ike and Jake Ivleyro- attend. JAS. A. LYLE,C. C. Oida (Verdi).............Mrs. Flinn
i DRIFTED AIMLESSLY ABOUT THE vitz, brothers, for alleged violationsof HENRY HORSLER, K. R. S. Arritta (Verdi)........Mis? Burrows -

CULF .SINCE WEDNESDAY the bankruptcy law. After the The next meeting will be held with PATENT CORONA KID SHOE
J. I STEVENS Miss Burrow, 126 East Government
indictments had been typewritten ,
WHEN SHE LOST HER street. v II
several interlineations were made, TUB PALAKOXST11EET JEWELER o-FOR-o

RUDDER. and Judge Thos.G. Jones, to whom Dealer in Diamonds, Sterling Silver FOR LUMBER .

,. the returns were made, compelled Jewelry, Watches, Enameled Call on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. $3.00
the jury foreman to attach his sig-I I Goods, Toilet Articles, Canes, Umbrellas for estimates before placing -
A rough experience was that had Rings, Bracelets, Etc.,' your orders for lumber. dIG-1m .
nature to each of the additions to
by the crew of the fishing smack Clocks, Opera Glasses.
the'indictments in order that there If the Vamp of the Shoes break through before
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Four Friends, Captain Cooney, We are offering for the Christmas B. H. FAIKCHILD,
which arrived at 10 o'clock this could be detected no Saw in the pa holidays bargains in Diamonds, and aPDOx..STERER'' the first outersoles wear through, we
pers. The Meyroritz brothers for- are showing a large line to select
Saullden&Co.
morning
merly conducted a clothing; businessin from. We have everything suitablefor 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. will give you another PAIR WITHOUTANY
Captain Cooney reported that
Pensacola. Christmas or wedding presents, "aroet (Work and Refinishing Furniture a
when about 80 miles from Pensacola and will take pleasure in showing Specialty. COST TO THE PURCHASER. .g. .g,
ladies skirts and waists
bar early Wednesday morning a Cleaning... ocr goods.
Is one of o .r specialties. Star Lanndry. Phono 4OCZ.
a i' s strong westerly wind was encountered 120 S. PALAFOX. --- 3

' and the smack broke from her R. K. WHITE,

anchorage, which was: then OS San: S M G J. w. & COI TXG. w. & co MG- Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler STYLES.MEYER .

} Bias.: Two extra anchors were then I
and Graduate Optician,
4 put out, but the cables snapped. GREEN; WATSON & CO. ?!I 1J South PtUfoi St.. PfD,uola,Fit -

t To add to this forry Predicament, r ..'- __h__________ SHOE
the rudder was unshipped and % CO
J Jo DR. F, E. BRUCEHas ,
. : r nearly all the teeriuj gear! wa lost. l.MONDW llflUVlYP Between the Hours of 9 il
Furnishers
Feet for l'a-h Uiilj.
Here the smack was, fourscoreof \ HUIUMftU and 12, will i Sell Cr QQ returned and resumed practice.
miles from her home without ) G 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
port Office 22', West Government St.,
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any ladies Tailored Suit in the Store for ___
} anchor or rudder and a still wind II Salisbury Building.Tolojilaono .
blowing. g The Skirt or Jacket alone is worth more money. No ,

&; In this condition the ves-el drifted Suit exchanged or taken back after sale. Positively 143.SMOKE .

;'t aimlessly about in the gulf, finally none sold at this price except as stated above and for I BOILER WORKS AND MACHINE[ SU n

. J;- laboring to a point off the bar where CASH ONLY 0 ,
' D' the pilot boat Florida signalled
was
" 803.805 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

.:(r. : the and took bar to the Warrington distressed vessel where over the 1/, I FOR TEN DAYS ... !;,.j Valves, Cocks and ErenlMEg in t Ibis Line> Kept Con tattly en Rant

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: f .tuff Mary Lee attached a hlW3erand I' We will give Twenty-Five percent < Prompt"Work-Reasonable Prices. JAS HUGHES 1

towed the smack up to Palafox 0 ., wharf. Her catch was 1,100! snap .,
' t ( 'i' Dress Goods and Suitings;
pers, and her time out was 11 days.

r..:' the The greatest captain reluctance and crew of talked their with ex. n black and colors only. H CIGAR I ; I. G. DeSilra & Cot

JUST RECEIVED Line of
perienee.i 0 a Complete Manufacturers and l>ealer ID
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o EMBROIDERIES, our Exclusive Designs, *

i V NOTICE. J Dainty and Plump. We have the plain Clothto *4 I I See that Each Cigar is -I Sash, Doors, Blinds,

; match them. : Shingles,
The Rev. Dr. Keverley K. Warner, *? Stamped.
Rector of Trinity church, New Orleans 2
. : the famous Khakeperean ci You can Save Money and be highly FRANK .LLY, Builders' Materials,

w :!' scholar and lecturer, will deliver an V, { pleased by visiting our Muslin Under- } :i 1 _. .SOLE. AGENT.i Tom Brick and Lime.
address in Pen-jcol.ioii Wednesday -- -- -- -- - -

::1fj::; evening, He: 1 lu of this mouth at 8 i! '. wear Counter. : :i gu in's, fie Jest fr 5r. ate Tolojoliouo No. 11.
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; o'clock under the au-phes of the .
"f?ls' Parish Guild I f Christ church, for -
4 .tNYC the benefit of the church building'U t] GREEN WATSON & CO. ::

11;1! fund. "' ... .POPULAR PRICE SALE....
I This }lecture will be given at the L ..rl. t
1 l H Public Library hall on EM Cha-e:: '.---"G. W. & co1"M'GG. W. & CO;
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i 1.t street between 1'alafox and Tarra-
; 11..,' Bona streets! ,and his subject will be,

' Y: "Shylock View" from a New Point of IA GREENHUT & 00. .* Defender Muslin Underwear

I"l" All are invited to attend. Admission ,
' uO ('ent;. 611wp' o -.A.T-------o
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.WHOLESALE GROCERS
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; The bet and cheapp place: where ,
I !THE: BIG STORE
-'Ii"u can buy Ori-tui presents iat II Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA.
; 'lfr;;. John F. Pfeiffer's, >'u 211 East I __ !
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r. 'j liitenriencit_. strept.GUMBO_ _. -: & MONDAY JANUARY 12. efw &
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it t TO-NICHT. I DR. J. H. MOCK, -

(t Oyster and Chicken Unmbi to.i I
nhrht at the Twentieth! Outury UPStyrant. 1.w
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MONEY .I'a B. Palafox Street fe Old Armory w OTHER BARGAINS \l
1 W. U Mpriweth, at 112 H uth : Building. i
t Tarragona: etrn-t, hH m<>'>*>y ti loan -1. 1 .
: CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. y t- 't ; :r,
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in any um you may: require at l>w \.rl' ; i ;

rate: of interest on ppr"onal security.J7tf }'.:IMIXSACOLA..\. }!! l CORSET COVERS AND CHILl "l:I f"""3.y orf.,. j jt '::.

fJ. DRAWERS ...... .lOc each :rti \ lD '"I \
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I t I e OOW,,". CORBET COVERS, 1 1
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' '., I I f DRAWERS SKIRTS AND. ......25C each ..',.I-Z, I ;

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., ''II' $ I ,mil DRAWERS, RKIRTB, QOWN8 J1
4 I AND CORSET 4in,
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Il 't Y t.ff.: t} j4 'ItJ 'I COVERS...........47C eachOTHER ,,\ (1\f.flfJcVJ?

J !I : I ;I ask: .,, tI1 I LEADERS AT l VYp'. '

b I CAMBRIC GOWN. jt .:1
F. .; I EE 76c, 98c and $1.4 8I CORSET COVERS.o& ,0&
1 4 31. I IJ' Square Neck of Reading with Ribbon "
I drawn through and Edged This Is a Dainty Garment In retffect. '
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H with Rnflle of Hamburg. Hide Front consisting of an an-or
Yokes Trimmed with Hamburg combination La nand I.acelInbb.1
.h II ;1 I i Insertion Set in between t\ oft at pSeca erkwlth I:"adInKsmt ,.. each
; 75
P' Clusters of Tucks.......$1] .48 Ribbon. Lice I..
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I 1 1 .r. J. H. CONLLIN, Pres. WM. FITZ SIMMONS, Mgr. A. F. HILL, Auct.
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$-McMILLAN ADDITION.1 .-& A VERY PRETTY SKIRT .JA.JA FINE CAMBRIC DRAWERS. jtj

Trimmed with Alternate Rows of Lace and Lawnin with Hemstitched
This is made of Fine Cambric
PLENTY OF MUSICI FREE CARRIAGES! HIGH DIVE FREE LOTI! HIGH WIRE
Bias Effect and Terminating in a tf"1 AO Tacks Flounce
Drawers Flounce.
AND. TRAPEZE PERFORMANCES! PUBLIC WEDDING FINE PROPERTY! EASY TERMS Ruffle of Lawn and Fancy Val. Laces 4>* xO I Edged on with Neat Hamburg and .................98"

Sale Commences at 10 a. m. .

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SEE SMALL BILLS ORVM.: FITZ SIMMONS, HOTKL ESCAMIPLI.i .

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