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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1903
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VOL. 39. PENSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 13. 1903 NO >3l It, .: ; ,

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ii HUMOURS' NARROW ESCAPE OF WESTENERS SHIVERIN FOREIGN BLOCKADE THE OLD RELIABLE r''at'' :,"'S'



NEW YORK FIREMENFlames VENEZUELAN COAST't "r t i-'i,


SKin HUffiJUrS, Scalp Humours, BLIZZARD'S BLAST ROYAL .'.
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and Falling Walls En- Negotiations Proceeding Relative "

Hair Humours o.., ; ,.

danger Them. to Raising It. ,, I l

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HALF A MILLION DOLLAR LOSS. Mercury Goes Tumbling: In Many:' QUESTION OF GUARANTEES
Wei Me Scrofulous or i i I ,

Big Eight-Story Building Is Completely Italian Foreign Office Recognizes Correctness -
Cities.

fedilaryffl I IS Destroyed, Throwing; Ore Thou- of Secretary Hay's Note I I LPGPO I, ,

sand People: Out cf Employment! that Continuance cf Blockade Will
Lp.
1| Fire Caused Two Explosions Further Impoverish Venezuela. AR1$6 ti, I'.
Cored Culiciira I .r'r. .f
s 1J/ by 2 DECREES EELOW AT CHICAGO. WINDSTORM CUTS SWATH. )
New York. Jan.: 12.:! -Fire early today I Rome Jan. Negotiations be- I

Snap Oiateeaf, t and Pills ;. completelydestroyed! the Story Other Places Report Temperature cJ' Cerrien and Worth Counties Visitedby tween the co-operating powers of relative the- t: '. ,
blockade
the
I to raisins POWDER
!I building at Alton and. Hast Houston j .
7 Below Zer('. Blow
: From 3 to Degrees Severe I Venezuelan coast are proceeding, the ;
streets, which was occupied! by Fayer.weather 1" .
rvuch Suffering Reported Among the Tifton Ga., Jan. 12.-A severe wind main point being the question of guarantees
of Absolutely Pure I
i te AI: Other Remedies and & tadovv, manufacturers I and rain storm passed through the for the payment of claims .

leather belting. Poor I eastern portion of Berrien and Worth should the warships be withdrawn. : THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE ; 'I .

East Physicians Fail. The loss will exceed half a million Chicago Jan. 12.:! -Two degrees below counties Sunday morning, doing con I The Italian foreign office recognizes j I'

I' dollars. zero was the official temperature!! !! siderable damage to property.At 'I I the correctness of the contention in ... ..' .

The firm had l.ftOO employes, who for Chicago and vicinity at S o'clock I Omega, Ga., Worth county. 12 Secretary Hay's last note, that a con- '' -

COMETH TREATMENT, 100. I i I will temporarily be out of employment. today accompanied by a brisk north- [ miles southeast of Tifton the hotel tinuance of the blockade will only further RELAND LA .V C'JESTION.::: ;: tc

of oil and and several other houses were blown Venezuela and make ---
Large quantities grease west wind. impoverish c
and these :Much suffering the who down nnd unroofed, people In the the settlement of the claims more dit- A;('eement by Representative et :, j
I: i he treatment: of torturing, tlisfig- : were stored in the building among poor Landlords: and Tyrants.
have with endured the mod houses narrowly escaping injury I flcult and is desirous of meeting the : ( I
hot and caused difficulty ,
crusted made the fire fiercely
itching, scaly, ; pimply, '
? The storm took a streak through At New York, an. J2-:: -The most noaKe fj I "
erate weather since the coal famine of the United States.
L iv and scrofulous humours of the two explosions. One of them nearly this town 100 yards wide anf! uprooted suggestion withoutan event that has occurred in Ireland \\4 I
became acute has been reported anda the time it cannot act
- 'I, scalp: and blood,with loss of ]hair, I caught a squad of firemen with a sheetof every tree it pacsed. All the smokestacks same and Great for several generations! has been l ,

t .. -lira:soap,Ointment and Pills have flame and as a result of the othera number of deaths are said to have and pipes at Ore s' convict agreement with Germany the agreement en the; lard question .
' n wonderfully sucees fuL Even; I been due directly to the colii. Steps Britain As the quickest solution the
water tower of the fire departmentwas camp at Heartease were blown down. by representaiiv: of landlords and] .
ti "m'' st obstinate of constitutional haS have already been taken by the mayorto suggestion is again mooted whether :

.' such as bad blood, scrofula, in- destroyed. The occupants of all provide a fund for the relief of the these two places being on railroads, i the United States might not again be tenants, accor-Iias to a dispatch to i' ;. .

. d 1 and contagious: humours, with nearby buildings. including a thickly destitute. are are all heard from.It I asked to guarantee the payment of the Tae Tribune CIOLn
-} ,f hair, glandular swellings,ulcer- populated tenement house were driven Much delay to suburban transportation Is possible serious damage was sums awarded now that the situation Lxtr !!-t. ::an.'owners: :! v.ho at the outset r' : .
-. pitches in the throat and mouth, done through the county. No fatalities i, did their utui >st to mal.e the 1'ub- r I
out. lines was occasioned by the sud- has become so completely changed. '
eyes, copper-colored blotches, a* have yet been reported I I l.:'. Mansion house conference futile, ;
\\ ;ii boils, carbuncles, scurvy, sties, A portion of one of the walls fell den and intense cold, and a number of .
I'OW see that the representatives of
and sores arising from an im- on the Second avenue elevated struc- minor accidents were reported.At I FOREIGN OFFICE PUZZLED.Castro's .
condition of the $1,000,000 TO BE EXPENDED. the tenants are more than willing to ,
or impoverished
A battalion -
crushed girder.
ture and a
yield to the 'uticura Treatment, Last Note Avoids Specific go half way in an endeavor to bring a-;
. ill other remedies and methods: of 15 men working on the railroad Kansas City. Southern Railway Will Make Vast Improvements II i, a:'out permanent' peace in agrarian
Kansas City Jan. 12.-Zero weather Acceptance of Powers' Stipulations. I
in time tosave "
just got out of the way l"e-lanl!.
prevailed! in Kansas City at 7 a. m. Around Knoxville.Knoxville I Berlin Jan. 12.: -The foreign office
'.Iter still if possible, is the .
their lives.The Chief .
Peereta-y 'ndh3m is
1: r..r I of euros of torturing: with! a fall of 11 1-2 degrees in the past Tenn., Jan. 12.:! -The here is somewhat puzzled by President -I I anx-
origin of the fire has not been lo-is to make! the most of the I
Imimmrs amoii;infants and 12 hours. There is no prospect of ]1 Southern railway announces that it Castro's last note. Ha avoids i I opportunit -

'I'siinYriiij\ ', ; which ('uti- ascertained. moderation today, and suffering because will expend about $1,000,000 in im- specific acceptance of the powers' stipulations -', >, and, it is l-elieed. indeed, that

;Miiiitment; hate alleviated --. of lack of fuel will prove se-I l prote--jilts on the Knoxville and Ohio and seemingly! leaves the : premier Balfour and the majority of

\ and the comfort $60,000: Fire :in Chicago the cabinet agree with tie king that ,
I4 vere. The supply of coal in Kansas and Knoxvi'.le! Cumberland Gap and basis for a settlement as indefinite as ; .
M, worn-out and \\ori Chicago Jan. 12.:: -Fire today destroyed City which was short on Saturday, Louisville branches of its system. 1 Iin his preceding dispatch agreeing 'I' a great effort! should now be made to :
i .1 1 -lfil 10 their adoptionI ,
\ Dearborn fettle the whole
a ;story building at had diminished greatly over Sunday. The Improvement. consist of generally to arbitration. The prl'siMnt's cju-'stion. What Is : '

1 i ..,'- -1 ,!'n 1.I.i:i>id:-K I bhe!priceless!. Infantile cura- and Illinois streets, causing a loss of Similar conditions exist at all points new stttl bridges that will! carry heavier reply has really not advancedthe I feared is that the treasury may face I

i ,' -, I.lk: en.-t.; :call J60.000. and threatened the destruction throughout this part of the southwest, i 1.0' TnotiYfs than are now used on matter at all, but it is confidently the situation in a haggling spirit. That '

l.l :'l,. -> .r.il t'Vi'l I">riii lit of a lodging house adjoining.; The I, those; roads, enlarging and walling! of supposed he has gln'nIr.::\ Bower full "r.arts are n.'w full of expectation, J "

:\n\-\\\ \ s'vin: and; -<' "I' fire originated on the first floor and At St. Paul. tunnels, reduction of grades and heave power of attorney. ard are looking! forward. to obtaining .

I .' -, \\ ..ill\ lo-soi hair, ut int.uiry spread rapidly! due to the frozen fire St. Paul. Minn., Jan. 12.-One degree ier rails on certain portions. I The state department at Washington holdings on the terms laid clown by 1

"',1 ntlyhud dd"II."I! ) are pieedily; j>,when Tin.i-: plugs, which had to be thawed beforea beloz'ro was the warmest tern- Contracts have been let for 25 has advised the foreign office that Mr. the representatives, but if the treasury t i !

a ii "therri'iiiediiS'Uitalili'fiir eeonotuihuIiycnnd! children stream of water could be brought I perature reported in this city Sunday. steel bridges The Knoxville and Ohiois i Bowen has sailed from LaGuayra. fails to give tin necessary financial t '

and e\ia the t..-t j'h\
concerns occupied the building and I I below. :Moorhead, :Minn., reports Coal Creek and Jellico districts. I l'!, fide until Mr. Bowen reaches Wash most assuredly collapse. I

suffered losses in varying! sums, the The Knoxville, Cumberland Gap and tn It is that full
a minimum of 18 below, and )'..- ton. hoped a agreement
CHILD LACCR IN NEW YORK heaviest being; those of the Sun leather luth experienced 6 degrees below. Fuel Louisville! is its road to the Middles-! will be attained without arbitration FEITO'S ANTECEDENTS. r

& Saddlery company F. J. Ferguson boro mines. Each extends from
Is much
: scarce, and there is sufferlog. .
.tore Exists' In fiat' City Than In AIL! ; steam heating appliances the Knoxville! about C5 miles. Spanish Government Wants to Know f

,S' thern States. I Roberts Portable Oven company and Castro Gives Up Hope Something of Them.

\ W \ i'If., I 1.! -A remarkable the F. C. Christy Engraving company. At Cincinnati Found Lump of Ambergris. New York, Jan. 12.-Referring to Madrid, Jan. 12.-Foito. the monomaniac -

i rd',1: labor in this city New York, Jan: 12,William Shep- the situation in Venezuela, the Lon I who on Saturday afternoon
.. Cincinnati Jan 12.:: -Two-tenths of
> '1'" !f. winch many who CRIMEAN WAR VETERAN. a carpenter of Lynn. :Mass\ don correspondent of The Tribune says : fired. a pistol! shot at a carriage in the
a degree above the minimum
1 zero was t
1' '' matt! r ,ueclare says record by the weather bureau this : while dredging fostrar pieces the opinion expressed by the leading royal procession in which the duke ,.

n.l'! show! that more child Only Survivor Living In Connecticut morning. Two below i of coal along the water front, officials there is that the blockade has of Sotomayor the rand chamberlain
degrees was
\. v York than in all Is Dying. shown is re;,ortod in a Press dispatchfrom evidently oppressed Castro and that was supposed to be riding, which caus-
by thermometers.
.."n'',""' ,.' south combined. I I New York, Jan. 12.:! -Amtbovr Higgins was a fall many of :32: degrees in 18 hours.This Poster, to have come across a he has j given: up all hope of American ed the circulation of reports that an .

whirh this revelation the only survivor of the Crimean lump of ambergris valued at nearly intervention attempt had been made on the life of

." : :,< .'ntath"rt>rl in thin war living; in Connecticut, says a At St. Louis.St. $2"i:! While at work with a Ion!!;- PECULIAR CONTEST BEGINS King Alfonso is shown by letters I

i* by the child labor V.'orld dispatch from \Vinsted" is dyingof handled rake Shepard espied what ne found upon him to have a wife and
!
Louis. 12.::
i I Jan. -At 5 o'clock! this
i''w York. :I general debility the home of his. the thought was a lump of bituminouscoal too children living in Buenos Ayres
morning
temperature registered 3drgn''s
t n of Late Millionaire's Will Presented
HIase i = of rhiM labor dall, htl'r. Mrs. John Owens, here. lie lut it was not as heavy as Copy Argentina. Tte Spanish governmenthas !:
alJollut 8 .
by :SO o'clock! the for Probate.
: 11 I rr'glon have been ppr.kat.'d :' received a. medal from the coal. A pleasant odor came from telegraphed there for information I
-:i bright sunlight had raised the mercury Cincinnati, Jan. 12.:! -A peculiar con .
by skill".1'or (- late Queen Victoria, for gallantry it. o! Feito's anttceduits.The .
<> thousand. cases are in at the battle of Inkermann, for to 10 degrees' abo\e. A seafaring acquaintance! told him test' began: here in the probate court I police are looking for an an-

'liar: but representing Intercepting and capturing a Russian he hail found ambergris and that it today when the widow of the late millionaire wrhist named I'iercentl. who recent. ,

ther.s. and harp been officer who was bearing dispatches of At LaCrosse. was very valuable. Shepard returned John ;McCormick Gibson, of I. sailed from Argentine and went to
",' i I'mlated! I.aCrosse, Wis., Jan. 12.-It was 8 this city, who died as Ashevllle! N.
on blanks ron. great importance and for brave and to the beach where he found several Barcelona, where all trace of him was
dates degrees below here this morning, witha C., a few months ago, presented for
addresses and meritorious service during the entire pieces of the mass that he had lost.
irnmtton.. furnishing I' cutting wind blowing, making the probate a copy of his will, made from
: a war. thrown away. Experts say the pieces .
"' ,I' cold felt more than at any time thi stenographic notes alleged to have
material for reference lIe was at the battles of Thalma, are genuine: ambergris and that their RISKED LIFE TO SAVE DOLL.
season. been preserved by Attorney Wells, of
"i ,
value will! in all probability run
up
Inkermann, Balaclava! and at the terrible -
: ., The will it is
Asheville. original ,
"r.'achrrs. factory- sieie of Sebastopol. into the thousands. Sad Death of Little Girl at Charlotte,
At West Superior has been found since
'' of asserted, never
rrs
boys' North
lodging Carolina.
. enlisted in the British
Higgins armyat
,' children West Superior Wis., Jan. 12.:! -Th( the death of :Mr. Gibson.It .
and Charlotte N. C. Jan. 12. In attempting
parentsFaro the age of 19.Presidential. Sheriff Assassinated. -
weather bureau recorded his entire estate to
a
temperature
bequeathed
furnished; the facts. Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 12.-A report to save her doll from the
of 8 degrees below this whom he marrieda
zero
his widow, to was .
Nominations. reached here yesterday of the assassination fames today little May Sherrill the

C EN FIFTY LASHES. Washington Jan. 12.-The president morning. of Sheriff Reese, of Bibb few hours before his death. His le- 3ytar-old daughter of N. W. Sherrill. .
gal heirs, his mother and a brother,
today sent the following! nominationsto county. The crime occurred at Brier- received burns that resulted in her
Ne At Louisville. contest the probating of the will, anda
: a 11''
: Assaulted Crippled White senate of Customs Reese and death. r ,
the : Surveyor Louisville field !last Saturday night.
Ky., Jan. 12.-The official
in the
legal argument is progress on
Boy Punished. Thomas n. Stapp, port of Chattanooga temperature at *: o'clock! this morningwas one of his deputies had arrested two question whether a will of this description The child was sitting in front an" a ,

'I .Ian. 12.:! -Tom Jeffer- Tenn. Postmasters: Alabama Rob 3 degrees above negroes at that place and were taking open fif'plarf'hrn a live coal popped )
the coldestof Gibson
zero the
is valid or not.rs. I
who as*loiter a crip- ert T. West, of Roanoke; Walter S. the winter.An them to the depot to board a train out and ignited the doll's dress
Cecelia Wolf of
widow was Miss! ,
1 in Aiwn. S. C., last Standifer, of Gadsden. Kentucky for Centerville.! One of the negroeswas The child tried to subdue the flames, : ;

was whipped by a Woodbury IJnsley, of Hartford; James walking in front of the sheriff Providence, R. I. She was called bya but before she succeeded her own, little
Pneumonia Warded Off. telegram to Asheville when Mr.
[triple at Graniteville! W. Thomason. of Uniontown. Ohio Attack of and the other behind him when suddenly dress caught.;

Joel B. DeWolfe of Fostoria; John A. ome time ago my daughter the one in the rear pulled, a pistol Gibson was critically ill and was married When the parents reached their t

I'I',is arrested at Aikcn, S. Loweric. of Seville. Tennessee, Eva caught a severe cold. Hhe complained and shot the sheriff down. In the on her arrival. He died the next child the little one was still clinging .

afternoon, but was re- I T. Warner, of Lafollette.Banker of pains in her chest her and Chamber-had a excitement following! both prisoners day. to her doll! and her clothing was in a .
bad cough. I
Rave Mr Gibson's first wife was one of blaze.
s promise to leave town. lain's Cough Remedy according to escaped. The sheriff died almost In- the victims of the Windsor hotel fire light

that the negro would Drops Dead. directions and in two days she wa stantly. Searching parties are scourIng In New York.A ( '

at Graniteville.! white Chattanoga, Tenn.. Jan. 12: .-A pecul well and able to po to school. I the woods in every direction and IS PRINCESS HYPNOTIZED ;t /

.! it place hot the negro to The News from Johnson City, have used this remedy in my family if the murderer is caught he may be GOOD KKCOMMEMIATION.

T :,'' lashes accompanied Tenn., says; that John D. Cox, president for the past seven years and have lynched. Lurid Sensational Report Current In
1 never known it to fail," says Jame "I have noticed that the sale of Saxon Capital.
1 to !leave the community of the Jonesboro Banking and
Prenderga, merchant Annato Bay, Chamberlain's !Stomach and Liver New York, Jan. 12.-The most la-
Trust company, of Jonesboro. and the Jamaica West India: Islands. The Military Expedition To Acre.
.
Tablets i? almost invariably to those rid sensational reports are now current
Unaka National bank, of Johnson; City pains in the chest indicated an approaching New York Jan Preparations
11 Ride For Vanderbilt. dropped dead in the depot at Jones. attack of pneumonia, have been completed here for the military who have once used them," says )fr. in the Saxon capital, says a Her.

Km 12.:! -Jerry Ransch. boro this morning about 5:30 o'clock which in this instance was un expedition to the territory of J. H. Weber a prominent drajfzist aId dispatch from Dresden regardingthe

1 a'ifornia: jockey, will ride while awaiting to take a train from doubtedly warded off by Chamberlain's Acre The Herald correspondentat of Cascade, Iowa. What better recommendation Princess Louise and the query, "11
I Cough Remedy. It counter- says could any medicine the princess under hypnotic Influ
': Vanderbilt! in France | Johnson City. Mr. Cox was 68 years La Bolivia. The expl4UUonwill
acts any tendency of a cold toward Paz have than for people to call for it once?"' la being! propounded 'Jn pro
j at a salary of 10000.. old and very wealthy. pneumonia. Sold by all druggistsand leave next Saturday President when in need of such a remedy? Try fessional and Journalistic circles. B

medicine dealers. Pard and First Vice President V.las The Dresden Zeltung prints statement
: A Cure For Lumbago.W. have had a conference, the object of ingwhen you have a bad taste in a
!great virtue of Burnett'j house mouth, feel bilious! have no appetite to the effect that is!. Giron exerted 'l
You can get your which is believed to have been the your .
C. Williams, of Amherst Va., Influence the
'tract is purity. It is rea or when troubled with constipation a suggestive upon

t 'ractand nothing but va- says: "For more than a year I suffered furnished complete at .M ar- presidency. It ii said that President the and yon are certain to be delighted Impressionable crown princess. '
has decided to accompany
x 'act. 1i from lurnbasro.: I finally triedChamberlain's ston $ Quina's on easy pay- Pardo with the prompt relief which .
(Always use =r- expedition as captain, general t;
afford. For sale by all druggists
they Do want a magnificent watch
Pain Balm and it ments weekly or monthly yen :
and medicince dealers. for little money? If so, call on
pave me entire relief] which all LOANAt
MONEY TO
Stephens the Jeweler. He will
accommodate /
1(1. I' !lOll seen those shave other remedies had failed to do." MONEY!! If you should visit the Union de- .
Sold by all druggists and medicine the Loan Office of W. R. Meriwether you.Foiey's t

" 'Itallds and music cabi- dealers. W. Meriwether, at 112 South 112 South Tarragona street. pot, or be in that vicinity, don't fail l I

You can ret any sum of money you to drop in at Ooldrin 'a No.3saloon. Kidney Cure ,
1lffveft .1larslon Quina's. Tarragona street, has money to loan need at the lowest rate of in rLudgin's
may You will receive a hearty welcomeand nukes kidneys and bladder right ; I
.: the thing for a Christ- and strictly confidential find the choicest brands: of liquors '
Whipped Cream at Solo- rates of interest on personal security. treatment flit Best far 5c
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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY. JANUARY 13 1fl03.



BEECHER MEMORIAL BUILDING.


.1: Tie MitiMt Girl ROCKEFELLER'S PARKS. Generous Subscriptions Promised From

Five Miles of Private Boulevards To
AM: Sections: of Country.

!i Be Laid Out New York. Jan. 12.-Rev. Newell
at the Play New York, Jan. 12,-John D. Rocke
ri Dwight Rims! speaking In Plymouth
feller in purchasing all the
nearly
,
!. ij1J church Sunday of the great ute'stho'n
; \ 1..<< in Pocahontoc Kliif, iiist: View
THE MOST ATTRACTIVECALENDAR in the movement for a Eeech-
, \ and Hawthorne for a series of parks,
er memorial building said letters hadbeen
is planning a chain of artificial lakes,
received from all parts of the
, ; a to be forced by the historic Sleepy '. .
I I
country promising subscriptions and
Hollow brook which rang through his for infants and Children.
and the
support generous response
t large estate near Tarrytown N. Y. -
r that had been made to the appeal was substitute for Castor Oil
barmlcss .
OF THE NEW YEAR Several waterfalls have been con Castoria Is a Par('
: / a source of much gratification. Requests and It is I'lf'\i'
. : (1903) j structed along the brook. Mr. gone, Drops Soothing Syrups. >ant. It
Consists of six sheets,each 15 in.br 9 f (, s had been received even from contains neither Opium. Jlorphino nor other NarcoticHibstaiice.
.. 10 im, in II colors, with an added It" Rockefeller intends to spend more foreigners In Canada asking the "priv It destroys! Worms and allays l-'t'"ri"JaIl'i':
I .;. special finish that gives it the truer la I % r than 200,000 on this work. ilege" of assisting the scheme.M. It cures Diarrlitva aid Wind Colic. It relieves Teethin .
water color effect. The
, >2';< "i BaprodQcbun of one accompany of the subjects 1 \1 1 Five miles of priate boulevards R. Kenny chairman of the Beechen :? Troubles and cures Constipation! ft regulates tho

S 1' greatly reduced in size and a- ,) IIyJI + through his parks are now being laid Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural Icen.i
Ijlofl I J without the enlivening! effect of the ,, .I; L 1) memorial fund said it was impossible The ChUdr n's I'anacea-The 3Iother's Friend.
which he
out while Buttermilk
Hill
-1.1 i rich coloring gives but an imperfect lr f 1Y to name the amount of the

t7 .:.. :x 4 o a idea ones of " ( hundreds of electric lights. Work
... to OhtaU It.-Sent ray.wfaera as many vealthy persons had written
i" I' prepaid "n rxrelpt of flOe will be started immediately on one of and volunteered their support without Bears the Signature of
.,I 1'(1 conor &ami ; oft prepaid on re
cntpt of He in itauiM and a Globe F the largest private electric plants in mentioning the amount of the gifts.
h dmim label Uken from a Cold Band \ Hills
l the Pocahcntoc
Bam; OK, for M portage and tile country on his He said however, there could be no
tti 1 Olol.>dtolgn label from-a puce of estate.
"- f't ." J Gold Band Bacon:OR for He pn ta s I doubt as to the success of the project.
'A j and Wblte Label Koirlloh Bacon ( On the'summit of the hill it is proposed
;; .f S":! Ubel;OB. II TOUT dealerbasm'tlba. r''
will mall t to erect observatory tower 50 Blondee Wants Leave of Absence.
bf: 'I Ii' nxou. we calendar.on.receipt }a an
.
J of 8c In stomp* If you .o n. ,
,1;1", 4 t II an ordir fur one piece of cither of feet high, so that an unobstructed Laredo, Tex., Jan. 12.-A special #

ik(j! alo the give three.product the name* mentioned of tae dealer and view of the Hudson river and Long frcm Mexico says that owing to fail- 30
In Use For Over Years.
1 rougbwhum1oawlebItdellvered (iKONMTtC DRAM\ Island sound for miles can be had. Ing health Camille Blondel minister
;' So JOo. Thus;: oftbe price thi
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ATeerfu/Wmex THC CrMTtUB CM TT KUKHaV TBrCT. HIWTOBK ear
t.J: ':.",1b aryafecalendarnnbeaavrdbythe ; Another improvement planned by er France to :'Mexico will probablyask "u
\ Y pnrctuae of either of the abovemenUoued :
cbolc goodi "" :Mr.' Rockefeller is the construction ofa for a leave of absence soon In or

'J4,-.. ARMOUR PACKING CO., Armour; Station, Kansas City, Kansas grand plaza on the brow of Kybuithill der to return to Fr3.r.ce.CA.STOn.XA..
+ near where he will build his new I ii.
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._,.Y- .- :,. = -- J500.HJU() mansion during the coming : F-4iV WRIGHT>> comply


:i 0'i t11C ALABAMA INDUSTRIALS. I L W. PEAKS, ries.spring and several large consen'ato-I I Bean the Ths Kind Yas H \e'I3YS.Benmtattue \ I \ ,

J: ; II I \.'. J MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
4nC1ssilled
#-.1--4- I 't 1
1.
'tkJ Electrical contractor and builder,
Iron Companies Made Large Profit WOMAN CARRIED GUNS. ,r d'I
'I i': ; ,', the Past Year. I will do your electrical work in first- f----S. LUMBER, LATHS

F i Birmingham: Ala., Jan. 12.:! -The I class style and at reasonable: rates. I I ,
New York Police Sensational
prospects for the coming with I He cau be found at 30 South Palafox! Make 11 '

su.: .J ; the iron manufacturers of year Alabama street. Phone 203. New York, Jan.Arrest.12.:!-Two loaded: revolvers -I I Athreiiiiiell1s! : / J}; mIEn CYPRESS SEII SLFSIiaCriel! !S.ri.

m.I: are as bright as could possibly be expected. I were taken from a beautiful -. PENHACOI.A. FLA
1 A have I ------ --
;-t' great may sales
,
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who removed in cab
woman was a
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'teen male for the 0 oS "Z" 0 :i1.:r.A.: | i -
'; delivery during I lie Kind You Have Always 8, ii Sunday night from the Waldorf-As-1 WORD.
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.11o} 1I first i part of the year and some orders "e31e the JJiLA!!
toria to Bellevue hospital and placed : COAL Ar D WOOD.WE
t r..have been booked for the last half of tga ure 4 -.i'
1'H. -P: in a ward for the female insane. | 3-1()N :Y LtNI). .
f.\t! 1903. Secretary-Treasurer J.W.. Mc Papers In her possession! bore the .- --." .. 0.. .
. 1.t: I Queen of the Sloss-Sheffleld Steel and I j I EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH La nOER TRADE
MONEY TO LEND
inscription: "Mrs. :Maipnen Phila I ou improved

rr :' Iron company, who is one of the best I delphia" and the address of "P. A. real estate, in large or email! THIS WINTER THAN EVEN fEF RE

t authorities on the pig iron situation iTA :Maignen, Xo. 310 Arch street Philadelphia. amounts at low rate of interest.

, In the south, G I VII11 & Co. Leslie E. Brooks
f and who gives most of II { ," was fated on a letter. Call on attorneyat SEND US YOUR ORDERS NC1'\l
his timp and attention to the sale of law, 2H.la( rf. Palafox tit., Fisher
1 The woman who registered in the
that article, stated a few days ago building. 3mlm
t INSURANCEAND hotel three days ago as Mrs. T. A. Thompson Olsen & Co.r
that not
an iron making company in ,
L Maignen! of Philadelphia has ordered MONEY TODAY-Do you Leed
this district started the with
t nerear Jewels to the value of a outl'lQ.OOO> money: You can borrow any Manresa Street
t i a clean sheet. "Our had: Telephone J.::;.
company from various fashionable jewelers amount you want today on easiest __ ___
;t:> .- earnestly hoped! to deliver before the REAL ESTATE, since she arrived in this city. The terms and lowest rates anywhere -

i'.. end of the year everyton of Iron that No. South Palafox Street. superintendent in Befievuo hospitalsays obtainable, on improved city real ESTABLISHED 1863.

l we had sold for delivery by that time," estate-fiom Wm. Fisher, 204)2 8.
he thinks he knows who her hus-
F says Mr. McQueen "and we would Palafox Street lu-tl
f l band is. He admitted, she was a McKENZIE OERTINQ & CO.
1j have
accomplished our undertaking had ,
Partial List of desirable Dwellingsfor French wan of wealth and social invest .
IF YOU want to borrow money,
''I I it not been for the of .
I shortage cars.However II -OIALIES IK-
Rent in Various Partsof distinction but declined to give her money, insure your property 0

, : !t..i every company In the district the City: name or to furnish any details about procure abstracts of title, buy or

is in the Fame fix that we find her family connections.The bell real estate, rent property of Ship GbMdlepy and General farters
-" ourselves in. During the holidays Si5.002'story: house containing 12 rooms any description, have rents collected ,
lOll modern conveniences hath on
; woman was not violent in the
: bl' ( the output was somewhat reduced andy upper and lower floors, corner lot. or your taxes attended to, 80S ANN 606 S. PALAKOX 8TItEO T.
: ,. Dice yard and shrubbery table,nuthouses cab or In the hospital except when she
took call address Tlio C. Watson
N i .. >e advantage of this to clear up on or
etc,, Mo.o ill East LaKuahtrert. - -
t. -AGENOY
was about to be taken to the pavilion
:& our yards to some extent, and within & Co., Real Estate and Insurance
when she raved. She is tall REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S h'OJNH CO.e:
ti ten days wo win be just about with fj.--J.Iory' boarding house containing splendidly : Agents, Pensacola, Fla. Charges/

\il'\:' \;. our contracts." up i I I 25 Leon rooms house, known,No. 11"as East:tb* Inteuden-1'once de .I: I built, with exceptionally handsome moderate To everyone: who buys j: GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUH f L&tOI'i'Sll'Mf'ti,
I
"., !, cm street. I features, and with the unnistak-: a lot from u* we will: lend money j i !hrd Fiists 8s!! gisHciI Intr3tmts
dl.. ) Mr. McQueen says every iron company i,itPitAdetilrable2 i -stor}' modern dwelling aMp tamp of refinement. i with which to build a house. 8J-ti I7 j a ul !;a Ettr'i! hctm, IthlOoMPy :

<, J.' in this state has made moneyduring i ii ,I roomnto.tdesirabiesectlonofthe ---- ---- : tL9l'tS. IAGS. FTVI
I city on a corner the street
on car 1-
"it ft" the past j'ear. All of the man lineNo,US!North I'.nrcelona street MECTIKGS I IN KANSAS: CITY. 1anQctlttrtenvIuot. I C. McKenzis 0'3rtitll' Collecting A;(ent for Bar: Pilots' Benevolent Aeso
't.1i tifacturrd __ _ _
: product has boon bold; andat p7i.tnl.arge 2-nory dmelling. In rooms.fruuung I ': elation
't Sevillet-quare, No.:>u ): -t 1i I
a
KINDERGARTEN t-chool! will bE i
\ good prices. The new trading; I, toverninent street. I : : j
.f will commence again about Jan 13.:; 1 fjlllJI'-l': mlorlllhlll lJ..wstor,' modern Dels;aticns For Thres Asscciat; ;cns opened at 35; DJ&C \1'riht street,
.
r!'; Ii: In fact much of it is now being dohe.f | ow clung of the..<.)city room situated.very denlrable 01 North section Kansas Ale Assembling Jan. I Oct. 1 by Hiss Margaret Maclay.Zti.lt1IAIK | THE GARDEN SECTION ;

City
I Haylen between strung and IieSotostree'S. Delegations I
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from all directions! arrived hy"t'ry : I \
: STATE OK'''n...CITY"louKno, { I j{:'j.i--storydwrlling in good order with (.i U')1) 5. I oaoPensacola j,
" S5 train today to attend the sixth annual ..
LrcAs Cor.NTY. i s rooms, three doors from the belt 1-" --- ---
line,hat gas aud water throughout, convection cf the National i 1I lEPlorida.
l.he Stuck j i
tdr-J FRANK J. CHKNKY makes oath! I No North; barcelona street I MRri. SARAH llEIR E- 1anufttc.i ,

ell tbat he is the senior of the !I 1:U.OO-1-eton dwelling rooms, city water, association which will be called to or- j turer and dealer in Hair Goods, I ---- -
partner
f firm of F J. Cheney te Co., doing; 4i bath,>- \\,.gas->WrUlu, with; large striet corner lot.\o. tier tomorrow by President John W. i|I lists Toilet Articles, Hair Oil I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus

,; .; business, in the City of Toledo I IC3.Ttl--1: ( -stury dw lIln".drooms. newly pap..r..d Springer. Hundreds of others arecoming ::i etc, ;32'JVe Government street,
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and state aforesaid, and that and painted throughout on for the annual gatherings: of i|i
county belt II nl". No.:Si I\J Kt Gregory elreet. I Fur in-lit. !
11'; said firm will pay the -.urn of ONE tl5"0-l-sory; d\\'t'I'lng.cIIY I water and tJ.tth. the NationalVool Growers' association Beautiful Lots for Sale.
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: ; HUNDRED DOLLARS fur each'and 7 rooms, pelt block of ground with and the National Association! of i
r ''t beautiful shade trees, ;<'0. TIN East: FOR RENT-0-rootn cottage on W'I ,
f every case;; of Catarrh that can1not I I Cervantes street. Uailroad Live Stock Agents, which also Curiae" near DeVilli-rs streets. | 40xl37% feet at from $75 to $200 each, according
,p be cured! l II\ the f/f HALL'S'CATAKKH '1., ,
( lIe fI2:+'-I-story aweiliu,:Xo 413; East Gregory I ,
Cu: trF'1L1NK. I I I I streetS rooms, newly papered nod meets in this city this: week One 15 room and one 2 room apartments I to location and surroundings.

J.CIIENI't.Sworn 'I J>allIl..d.fll.til'o.tillla't. There are 1,700 accredited delegates at 213V.luiendeucia street j -,- ,-- -

t:: to before me and ub-crilx ,, :cottage,: city Kelmont water, newly street.painted 5-raom, to the stock convention, and it is believed I All in good. order. Apply to PatMcHusiI Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
; tljlmi
)
J in perfect irder. that the majority these will
De-t1.1 |'I ?HOi-:No.lull North.\lcanizstrhet, a new have i ------ High, Dry Fertile Lands.
I I house in good order with 5 rcioius. arrived when the first session is --
'VA.NTBU.
r *IIM'>-No. mil ha-t; t.elmont street, city opone-d. I'rcsiJent Springer U.V..
: t j S SEAL. t( A. \V. O LEASOX, i "water a nest 5 room cottage newly' The grandest opportunity for investment over
I
: 1.-,1 Notary Public. painted and renovated thrjughoul. Martin, executive committeemen from I W fED-Ail kinds of empty beer !

Jfll f3; I HallVCatiirih Cure is taken inI" I V,ut-No I'll Fact 4-rooni Laliua'cottage street in good a neatlyliHDered condition Wisconsin; 1. F. Lee, secretary the bot les. rt. A. Fried IllJ II. I.9-U i j cffered. in Pensacola.

ternally and acts directly on the ,large lot city water.A New Mexico sheep sanitary hoard: .i --
''t blood and mucous surfaces of the large list of smaller dwellings, as wellas William Theis. acting national tornmitteeman I WANTED--Men to learn barber), Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
i a number of stores aLd offices FULL KKM1. trade. Steady practice furnished I II !
I" system. Send for testimonials, free. from Texas, and JV.. ,
t- F. J.Cii is iv & Co., Toledo, 0M THOS. C. WATSON & CO., Seeman of Dl'n'erere by free woik. In tructiuus and I Ii ) -
Jj' Leading tent Estate Kenialand Insurance I among the ,i lectures by experts. Wages and.} .A.n VTcTu.TD'bs

i I Try THE NEWS Want column. Agents 1 South Valatox Street. I I'j II first arrivals. j i shop experience Saturdays. Tools I II i ipresieuttd

I Besides the three conventions already -I board provided. Catalogue ,
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i mentioned the National Associ-i mailed free. Moler Barber Corner Garden and Bru Streets.

J. A VAN PELT J- C. VAN PELT. ation of Retail Grocers and General College ew Orleans, La. :1|I
I j .. I I
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J J Merchants also will hold its annual ''F.C. BBENT, WM. H KNOWLKH, W. K. HYJo;&. JK.. J. H, KEKPK
'sIAL.i: II1:1.1' : i iI
; VAN PELT BROTHERS gathering here commenting; tomorrow j ------\'A-.t'.l'JU.- --.1 i.1[ President. Vloe-President. Cashier, An't l'aill:8f

and the hotel facilities will he taxed
i THREE men from '
young
f ... GARDEN STREET GROCERS to their capacity. jGou'ds j and vicinity at once to prepare fur i!j i iI

Ifj I Positions in the Government Ser" First! National Bank

vice. Apply to Intf-r-StateCorres. !
IT t j Have: Receivf Since the Holidays a Fresh Line ofIV.
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1 In Egypt. I lust., Cedar R'ipida. la. niI'Oll :!-!


;/ :, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, the New steam York yacht Jan Niagara 12.-The, owned arrival by of -_ ,,.11.1.. --= i ii i ii 01' PENSACOLA. FLA.


Fruits Nuts and all the Dclicacaclcs of the Season.Our Alexandria Howard Couldis announced by an i FOR SALE-Thirty Belgian hares ?7II3.i3CTCJ: tR3t
: 1! : : Egypt dispatch to The and one double barrel hamm<>r- _

r : Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always R ly on Getting the Herald. The dispatch alsa states I less ehot-aun. J. :S. Durham 211 WM. H. KWOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT. K. HYKK. J>
:: that Mr. and Mrs. Gould 1 have pone East Wright street lijlw: D. G. BRENT
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t I' ; !t'j i- Best, Freshest and Cheapest. to Cairo whence they will go u;> theNile


f\1j!(: ;; VAN PELT BROTHERS, In Tribes a private Joining dahabead.:; Pretender. I I', FOR Thoe.harne SALE Peblev*. in\second-hand>good,( room order.410, Apply Thieapu set tf.oil to ]!! rmD!! andff'We mg H tX A n A ad li!il


Madrid Jan 12.:! -.\ dispatch building. jitiT
TELEPHONE NO. 231. .< .* J 31 EAST GARDEN ST.I from i -

\ Melilla. Morocco today announces i i STOCK: and good will of the Colum- ; draw our own Bills of Exchange;; on Great Britain, ireJsi!
I : that all the Kabyles tribes of the Taza ttTj); :South Palafox
bla Restaurant Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland, Hpain, Belf luaj Ransla, 1Jwa.y
H have joined the
pretender. The sultan's
| street. Enjoys Rood pntronae. ,
.WILL MOVE 5. Sweden: Dec Wark and other Enropean cocntrles.Dlibnrsed .
.. troops, it is added are absolutely I Rea=ons for selling> wih to engage -
I In other bu-iness. Htasno'I 'I II I
undisciplined and are selling! their
f.rVeseels tho Mot TorabN .tei!
Terms and
Bn.., P. O. box 438. d8! |I I upon ,
I
; : I arms and ammunition to the pretender Obligations Taken Payable at Port of eKtiraticn Ten: or Fifteen Dajl

1 f WEST SIDE GROCERY I who pays high prices for them. ''A BARGAIN can be had in one ol after Vessel Arrives there.

--- --- the finest residence and most desirable -
.': sections of Northwest Hill, )Safety Deposit BOXOB for Rent in Connection

{ I:, HAS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OFFish _LL- | subject to guaranteed lease at fair with which we hare a Prira uartment for the Hi*

t' '; for three year Plan of use can of Renter

i 1 Roe, Cranberries, Florida Syrup, Barrel Olives, be seen at my office. A. V. Clubb, I _
this signature on every box: of the genuine

k1i ;; Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and Everything Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets Pensacola.- -!, ,- --- -' ,-_.-- 6o-2w DR. KING'S PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

,n I. Kept in a First-Class Grocery, the remedy that core! s cold In one Uj., FOR tALE-Tbe most desirablelots ,., .
in the city on terms, by
easy TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR
S II FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS. the Fisher Real Estate Agency, W. C. ROWE, M. D.
204K Sooth Palafox. l&alm! I
b
: THAT COLD. Office: 17X 8. "aldoL l

j., A Car L ai of( tie Jutli Celeraleil Majestic FIDE Just Becsiye I. CASTORIA Hoarding lluw..c. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hours from! to 8JJ a. m. and 1 to i Pfl

1001nfa.nuud Children BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler Cures ConsumptionCoughs, ; od after o'clock

The Kind You Hare Springs, Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs. Colds Bronchitis
Asthma
H Always !
BODgtiIBean I Condon, proprietress. All the | Phono GO.

: WICKE & CO. tM71' comforts of home at very reasonable PneumoniaHay Fe\"crPleu- '

I / rates. Northern tourists will ,
I'f % ar irisy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness JOHN S. BEARD,
i
glatate find this an ideal place to spend a

: Plumber Gas and Steam fitter portion of the season. 12nlm'I"'el1ln'IJ' 'Sore Throat, Croup and I "* ATTORNEY-AT-LAT.

\Vhoopirci Cough.
: '. Offices-309 Thiesea liuildwOfilce -
Try Gnnther' Candies at -
NO CURE. NO
PAY.
Solomon's. H ALEMAN umbrtlh maker 315 Honr?-8:30 a. tt. to 1 p- m.
No. i South Palafox Street Price 50c. and ,t. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE
i South Palafox street. Re cover- I

All Kinds ot Plainblnj! and Oai FitHcp Materials K\ on Har' Cleaning ladies skirts and waist* inpand repairing umbrellas and 1 will repair your Vdtcuea MJD ;\ 2:30 p. m. to and 6:30 federal p. m.' co'-rr> ,
ia all .fat
j is one of e-r specialties. !Star Lann parasols a specialty. Silk I Practice 1i e
rwl.Y.eHnNF idA t'E.i'i 't-A Irl.ai covers jewelry in first-class style. J. ] i I All butlneMptru.tfd to me will rn-
dry. I always on hand. jan 3 Stephens. prompt and diligent attention.1 .
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THE DAILY'NEWS' PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA-'TUESDAY. JANUARY 11,1803.

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HOARSE COUGHSSTUFFY CHILDREN )IM HOLLAND.Their _._ CEO w. ?RO& SOIS r' ,j,,\: 'M'

.
? Fanny: Wooden Shoe Which .
II it
They 1IUID! tiDI<<' tie Boat.

How many of grandma's children I

would like to wear vroodca shoes as I WHOLESALE .I ..'.,., ";

the Hollanders do? I am sure yotr lit- Adfiseftaff

ttti.i tle fert would ache and feel wry awkward 3 'rh:; Fruits $ : t : ,

COLDS and look Very clumsy in such coverings f.- ", j

and jet the little Illllaud:: children Women Strongly, I li Produce :d : :' : :

,. I ..clatter around as easily in those to Take Doctor m j"' ,
!, wooden shoes as you walk, dears In Pierce's FavoritePrescription. .:, 1 I

your dainty boots and slippers. In Holland 127-129 East G3Ycnment Sts ; ,;: ;
are the kind that settle on the lungs and develop into t the vessels seen on the river are I II I r'l;
Keeps! constantly en hand and can '
,
I ; ;r 'i 1<
shaped like one of these shoes and the This advice comes ship. at short notion: Holland Cabbage +'

children in the illustration given have from a woman "ho had hardheads; Kuta Bagag: in 160 1

taken one for a model and trimmed a suffered all the miseries pound bates, Best Michigan Potatoes ,; .Y ,
women can suffer from Red Globe Onions, Extra 'I '
PLEURISY shoe with sails and are launching it for disease, and had been Ben Davis, Baldwin Russet,Fancy Hob. /, .t:

an imaginary voyage. perfectly and permanently bardson and New York Spies AI'j

Sometimes when the children are at cured by the use pies, Florida Oranges, Rnatan Co- .. ,I I >

play and get thirsty they stop at a of Dr. Pierce's Favorite eoanuta, L. L. Raisins, full wplgbti .
Prescription. '
Texas Pecans, Mixed Nut, Mixed '
stream, take off one of their shoos fill This great medicinefor
PNEUMONIAI Candy, Large and Smooth Stick: -tt ..
it with and drink establishes
water as eagerly as women
'
White i'
Candy, Red Kidney and ?! .
I though it were from a silver goblet So regularity, dries weak- Lima Bean: California and Virginia .11' '. .

ening drains, heals in- Black Eye Peas, Virginia/ Peanut i! "
flammation and ulcera-
*. Cheee, Butter, extra fine, ia ;
CONSUMPTION tion and female
and cures 'i' tHor..e
i weakness. 10,20ard 30-pound package?; Beets, !
Radish, Cotton Heed Hulls in i

letter Read and Mrs.if Kempson's you are I I Bran.
sick follow her advice. 1 I !
I i To arrive todiy, f>00 boxes Indian ; ,
"Although it has been quite a time since River Orange*. \\ ill be sold at ,
I wrote you,"nays Mrs.Fred Kemp on.of I ICamhria I
I Ilillsilale Co.. Mu-h.. Box 57. I once. No fancy prices. r
"Mill your name is a blf-Ainginour hqune, Send in jour Holiday Orders at ,
and I think it my duty to let you know I!ponce i so they may have careful; at. 1\ "
,
FOLEY'S
that I am still enjoying good lura'.lh '
r- thanks to you and your Favorite Pre ,i, tention and p.icking and before rj 1
I : scriphon.'h..a I think how I was five prices advance .idQShip s
years ago, and then see how 1 am now, 1 I !
r u* Turkey Fir '
your !!!
works and!
ss; say God bless IJr. Pierce's
+ may he live long to nrlp poor suffering i and Produce and get best claimable "
women I have never had any return 01 prlcts.
'EOLErs elf my weakne and am well Bud hearty :

il! Can pain.do You all saved my own me from work the without grave Yo any hen
Geo. \IV.\ I & Soils
HONEY AND TAR i all troD others! h' to tailtnl.take I I>r advise, fierce sutieringwoolen s Favorite I're PryoTi .
& &$& scnptit as I know it will cure to allcases
tat-G S *** if indeed there is a cure." I >U'i( lion(> Xo. L'!).

IH r"t Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are

an excellent !laxative, suited to the ,

the cough and heals the u- II! use of delicate women.
stops I t SAILING: A SHOE. I
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H see the wooden shoe is a very useful -
you HARPERWHISKY
and = II A NIGHT ALARM. .
lungs preventsserious -- e' article. luring the week it is
It uatu.1 Worse than an alarm of fire at nightis
ral that these shoos should get

results from a cold.D HEY..TAR iH muddy from tramping around, but Saturday the brassy cough of croup, which

fig is the great cleaning day, and sounds like the children's death knell

the children are expected to scour their and it means death unless somethingis I

Consumption Cured e NTAINS No.OPIATES; Ir I I shoos till they are as white as snow done quickly. Foley's Honey and 1I If

folcy & Co., Chicago. Dana, Ind., Sept. 28, 1902. I IS MILDLY uunyt. I and lit to wear to church on Sunday. Tar never fails to give instant relief
Gentlemen-FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR cured me of consump- t When the Sabbath morning comes they and quickly cures the worst forms dl
lion after I had suffered two years and was almost desperate. Three physicians \Anda let.Remecfj' ;z are put on and worn as far as the Mrs. P. L. Cordier, of Man-
jailed relief and the last said he could do I tried l Clid end rounCi, I croup.
good. /0t eS
to give me any one me no j I left writes three
church door but there they are until nington Ky., : "My ,
almost! every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until FOLEY'S HONEY fs .'
ReconvnendedbytheMedical"Ejcultyforthc I of
had
the long sermon is over and their year old girl a severe case
AND TAR was recommended to me. Its effect right from the start was magical. ;
: the doctor said she could not :f
I improved from the am now sound and well, and thinkFOLEY'S I various f: owners are ready to return home. Then croup; s
firstis doseGod I live. I got a bottle of Foley's Honeyand
HONE AND -send to people with Throat and Lung taffectionsoft!> I f4 if any little urchin has been noticed as Tar the fiat doe quick relief !
Trouble. Yours very truly Mrs. Mary Ambrose. t -ih{# being restless or mischievous tlic-y (tLit and saved; her life."gave Rpfue sub '

"i1jroatXChest I[ frhws: ) are put to a very good, practical: stitutes. 'W A. D'Alemberte, 121 H.
H I uso-'the mother applies' one as a rod of Palafox street. .
FOLEY HONEY AND TAR correction and istipline.-Exlhallge.
in ---- --
(Lungs. H_ .

contains no opiates and does not constipate '-y-: ===:=t'" (. llr.tery of the Applr, .. NOTICE. Physicians prescribe it
I have been authorized to takE ....
like ordinary cough medicines. a P"R1D I remember' wdl in my early days subscriptions for Win.. Jennings for their most delicate
!FOLEY&CO. HI Seeing upon my grandmothers mautel- Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.

5'.-; ,5 I b'It an apple contained in a ,'ial.! The price is $1.00 per year in ad patients. I
i{ leis was a great wonder to me. My vance. Those desiring the papercan
THREE SIZES-25c 50c and $1.00 CHICAGO (LIT
fli I have it them OLD and PURE.
question was, "How came the apple to sent to by seeding .
I\ "'t- _.''''' 41 i cot inside M :small a bottle?" The U.OOto the undersigned.; I For Hale byDannheisser '+

The 50 cent size contains 2times\ as much as the A HJ I apple was quite as big round as the H.M. ROCHE,

small size, and the $I.oo size almost 6 times as much.I I ., JI : vial. I'.y what means was it placed Care Daily News. Bros. '

\.. ,.--.A4, : within it? Though it was treason to I

REFUSE SUBSTITUTES I touch the treasure on the mantelpiece, CASTOnZA.ean .

}y.<:. '"'''I I took down the bottle and! conUnceimy I the 'itt Kind YOU Have A'MS) ?sub
1V'.1. D'ALEMKERTE, Xo. 121 S. Palafox Kt. jomlu'ul mind that the apple: never '
eignatareI rt# _
UlVllVffl.DAILY
pa' >s-ed through its nock, and by means I .
of r !,
I i
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of to the bottom I
an attempt unscrew i

Stock Breeders' Association.T The inaugural Ceremony. became equally certain that the appta f t r
Wrong I'ouroi'
Topeka, Kans., Jan. 12.:!-The inaugural
; :i Km.far ;: TL. Thirty ; did not enter from below.
-f "It Kan- ceremony of Governor-elect. I hold to the' notion that in Rome Medical Society! Attention. !

sag IUj'I', '1 -t..k Ih!:. .!Lassn 1 Ier J, Bailey and other new state officers, I strange way the bottle had boon madein There will be a regular\ meeting of .
nn i : h4' took place at the Auditorium today, I two pieces and afterward united in .he Pensacola Medical Society at
jion with a large *
1I beginning promptly at 12 o'clock. Oov- careful that trace of .he Board of Health offce at
I so a manuoi no
t'T! for lhi
:I : a ilay's! meeting. I 'clockp.m. Tuesday Jan. 1.:! and 2;. 0
TI ., '"""> n" S ernor W. E. Stanley, as retiring: EXeC- the joint remained. I was hardly satisfied
I.DBmis \
Votlnf \- Visiting; physicians are cordially
', v. r'ns, so, that thp members I utive, made a brief speech, followedby J with the theory, but as no one nvlted to attend.

''. t', ,', '', ar:. nil the three dajs' the inaugural address of the new was at hand to suggest;:;: any other explanation DR.W. C. DEWBERY,

r' : '' r'"i thirtjr-seror.il annual .fJ 4ro lLL' governor. W. A. Johnston, who to- I I let the matter rest. One President.
51 l' day became chief justice by reason of day the next summer I chanced to pee OR. L. DB I. BLOCKER,
:
< gate hoard! of agriculi.
seniority administered the oath of office. I upon a (bough, ;: another vial the first 'I12 ttf Secretary.
I r"it \V J. lijiley.! Dr.
.. immense consul of old friend within which _
\1''i", An crowd witnessed my : I
.t of Iowa: ,\. r. Uolli- ,
the cercmon '. was growing a little apple which had
)
1 ; r I. II. MENUS
: Kerrirk.
of IIMy CARPENTRY AND i
bot'ii pasM>iI through;: the neck of the I
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(Agriculture
:
James bottle while it was extremely small.
Pool Tournament.
t" : !P'i: H. T. Brooklyn : ELECTRICAL WORK all the
lialIuwa). of "I >M> that io\v: sec the error j Comprise Up-to-
\ 1Il1141( you New York, Jan. 12.-In the pool i The MtTi-t was out, and I learned how
II .I I !hl' among tn! spa ah- of the t'uur.t' you touli'ure tournament which is to open in ; it is pole to got apples into a narrow -I Date Dishes the Markets -

".> Mii-hu'l! If I\1 run up doili'.v Brooklyn tonight and last three weeks I nockoil lxttle.! Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 61'10.jf of the World
other :I 1! doy'il never' have imilcd i ; vou hove any carpenter or electrical Afford.
will be nine competitors. II.
there Mother Sweet Powders for
Saby Fatally Burned. "."-i'Uk-aK! 1I ..tmrTican.h Gray's work you want well done. I
I P, St tTt. champion of the west and Children.
:a. Teen. January 1nhinp :!,- I -
!> the 7earoldof I \\....101 Sot MnU."Harry Joseph Kirkland, champion of Mary : Successfully used by Mother Cray, nurse In FI i

:\Jrs.; Ken her who has sapp i- ;i JUUIIK man who will land will meet in the opening aillC. I the Children's Home In New York Cure I LODGE DIRECTORYI Ladies' Private:

'n< juvenile parts with the nluaxs Las his lu-ad uj in the world" The Worm Knrni Feverishness, Bad Stomach, Teething Dfsordersmoyeandregulate

'. rs* Opera company, whichd rcmarkitl the girl in the :Monte Carlo Multitudes are sinking the praisesof : the Bowels ana: I Dining Parlor.""* ,

", 1 an engagement here l'l.at Kodol, the new discovery whichis f Ufttrojr Worms. Over 31OJO testimonials. OF PYTHIAS.
1
i '' irncj_. yeitcrlay at the I "I don't doubt that" said the close making so many sick people well They tltrrr Iltjl. At all druggists' Sample I Penacolft Lodge, No.8, K. of 1' >
'I' ,
"! The mother friend. "His head is light cnuugh.-
was and weak people strong by digesting FREE Address Allen 8. Ulmsted LeRoy
n1v!! borne! about the face Chicago News. meet every Monday even Regular Dinner Daily.
what they eat, by cleansing\ and : ,N.Y. ing atl w at Castle tall.
I. 'I'h "irians II Blonnt Watson
} bay the child ---- -- -- In the
sweetening the stomach and by I floor.
RniMngthird
\'r \) Excellent Itranon.Mrs.
I It Keeps lie Vert Warm and Dry. Visiting brethren cordially 1ll t
: Von JlullIt'r-'fllf' doctor told me transforming their food into the welcomed Short Orders Promptly t
Ask today for Allen's Foot-Ease,a powder
Foils a Deadly Attic!... today that uiy vitality was at its lowest kind of pure, rich, red blood that : Itcure.Chilblains,811"ollen.8wt'atlDglore HORSLIB J. A. LYLK.c.C. Filled. Night or Hay.lt' l

M" wife eM lietweeu 4 and :.1 in the moniin;:. makes you feel good all over. Mrs. Aching,Damp feet. At all druggists and K.K.4H.Damon .
was so; ill that Roodtus Von IJlutner-That's the reason I always Fora shoe 2"
;- CranfillofTroy, I. T., writes: stores >o. 1
were unable to help her, 1\
'I' M. M. Au-tin, of Winchester try to get home about that time.- number of years I was troubled LnHlKe No. 13 you,Something wish,you'il Good find It to at Eat I '
i l 'tit was completely cured by Life. with indigestion and dyspepsia E. W. PEAKE I meets every Tuesday e"EOnlogIt 7::.t>, at
Dr ''v --i New Life PilU. They -- which grew into the worst form. Castle Hall corner Palafox and Garden
Qnerr. Kodo! ; No. 30 South Palafox street keeps streets. VisitingKnlghtscordiallyInvited, Nick Apostle'sPopular j'
.w''k' w :a..r-i. in stomach and lifer Finally I was induced to use VJr
J. ALBERT JOHNSON t
yore constipation, sick "Sometimes I think so hard it makes and after using four bottles I am en 'call bells, wires! and all kinds! of DAN ItF.K.iis C. C.
": Piro atV.. A. D'Alem- me tin-d." tirely cured. I heartily recommend : electrical supplies. Have him do K.of K.4K. Restaurant '
"' arts, .tore, 121 :S. Palafox "How htlessr'-Clcveland: Plain Kodol to all suffers from indigestionand your work. Call phone 203.We I I .
,!I Take a dose after
dyspepsia. ----- ----
Dealer. I i < i. o. o. F.
meals. It digests what you eat. I twmm" ''l
Hargis Pharmacy, John Shepard, I are going to sell our I
Sidney Kahn. ; $1.00 Tabaurette for G9c. Permacola Lodge No. I '"

----- :.' at t
meets Thursday evening :
every
on Dec22d, 23d and 24th. Hatrord ball.*'/, West Intendencla street,: :

The Star Laundry The Beer I Just to see how alley people Visiting brethren cordially J.E.Losc.N.G.Inviurt. Herring Bros., :

will read this ad. .Atarsi J,G.WELSH,Secretary.AMERICAN: (;OL'J.lHX(;. '
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Busiest Best I That Made.. ton Sf Quina. Have specially constructed Wagons: :i i \
Biggest GUILD.
I for the removal of dead animals 'f

i'I fiean the f9TORIb.. Eeas} Jmi III Pensacola-Chapter No. 007.K. 'I Will from remove the city dead limits.horses or cows for
'DLIIII! I n FAMOUS r U !
One Dollar each.
I l Bknattn II tt.f9.t"::: ; E. BBAWSEB Secretary., 1'. LISDIBSTBCTII.' liovernor. Address HERRING BROS.,

.h They Speak Or leave orders OODldin .
I'
[ -18- 135 East! Intendencia street.
.
f I
i STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ
)
iJ K. OF L.

"j.l U 1 t ; ; I f for Themselves MADE VICTORIA BY ACME BREWING! CO I, will THOS.make CONDOS regular, trips Captain between, I.o<:Assembly No. 150.5. i P *>=GOLA y= -

: Pensacola, Point Washington and Meets first Monday In each month.
We let the Shirt,Collars BESt 10-CENT BOTTLE BEEn : Freeport. Leave Baylen street W.,P.H.Trt M.A RP.ARTBra W.. Grist and Corn Meal Pis,
M. McCo5iLL
IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive .
I and Cuffs we Launder speak for at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day I BbcreUry.ANTALMIDY I .. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i,
themselves. They will talk loader I BROS. Leave Freeport Tuesday! at 6 a. m. I

t than we can. We want to be judged AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED and arrive at Pensacola 6 p. m. same HaoBfMtcrert
r t: ; !I more by the work we do than by day. Fare, round trip$5; one way, CHOICE M EAL AND PUKE GIU3DND
; JJ I I. f Harper f tty.Main 53. 12nlm STOCK FEED.
what
II we say.nLL Patronls Horn Industry for there livery
'I" These tiny Capsules sre superior reason you iboold boy your Meal and
PEARL & DOLIVE. [to Balsam of atoek feed from the Home Mannraotorer f

WORK c. o. D. Goods Called for and Delirered Free House-401 S.; Palafox street. I Cbebi t and Copaons.O for try.by Yoor 10 doing money yon lileftlntbe encourage borne community laden* 1

R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot. I They cure in 48 and yon in torn are Indirectly beneated.
TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST In loitering the home manufacturer you 1't
the of Garden
Call them at corner -
Pensacola, Fla. on haze :iaesPe withodt !any tnaon contribute to the came of labor too owe t f
Box 281.
0.
P.
WALKER INGRAHAM and Alcaniz streets for carpenter .y TU. L ,"' P it' H J fql.cjlm( It to &boommlln1tyln which Jail live Mi
Manager. Phones 11S-2C8. and electrical workor phone 660. _. .- '- -= which eontrlbotei to your lapport. lij. j r \
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THE DAILY NEWSi PENSACOLA. FLORIDA TUESDAY,_ JANUARY 13,1903 _



you as with most other would-be Strongest in the World.--

' Ii jJ II I business centers in our state. Theyare SALTER WASFINEDJiEAVILY Cherry Pectoral

: too much Inclined to be content
Az/ers throats. Your
with and make the most of their quiets tickling

! natural! advantages without much doctor will explain this. He The Equitable
t q; CiUred t the Post Omce *t PentMola,
1 ,:ll..teoond-olaia matter.jfFICB striving to reach out fur any others
:j'. I _ knows. Trust him. iAN ..ca rr:
t' -
that would involve expense in securing .
: I
.. :-Fltfi Building, 211Ji South: them. ,. --- -- Life Assurance SocietyOf
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, 4 .1IaIoa Itreet, up-italrt. ; DETECTIVE WATTS' PRISONER

IT that Jacksonville is becoming COUNTER YOUNG COUPLE the United Stiles
: appears OYSTER
4J. THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.g' alarmed at the prospect of a ENTERED GUILTY PLEA TO HENUY
B.
I I HYDE, Founder

?I Terms: Invariably in Advances canal being cut to connect the St. TWO CHARGES.. IS HIS PULPIT ELOPED TO-DAY I
Johns with Indian river fearing I
j One Tear by Mall______15 oo I
p-'iIt' t"IK" Montbt .. __,__ __ i SuOM such a scheme, if carried out, would -- I Preliminary Statement, Jan. JQJ
N : I Week, Carrier Payable Monday 10Mnrtitirg
result in damage to the navigationof
i Detective Thos. Watts arrived in Mr. Clarence Tate Jr.. and Miss Outstanding Assurance
U l,2.io.ix:>
AN APPEAL FROM THE SEAMEN'S I 'I.M)
Jili: Rates Furnished en Application the river and injury to the city.

W Judging from the le'ngth of time it the afternoon from Escambia yester- Nannie Humphreys of Pensacola Income. .... .... .. .. 6- ? ,,

Ri i TELEPHONE NO. 118. usually takes to complete a canal ,:, day with Salter, tbe white man who FRIEND SOCIETYOF I were married this morning: at 7 I New Assurance .... .. 27- ,' ,
,
}J
I ,!. .I; from tbe period when the talk about had amused himself a month ago by o'clock at Powelton, Prof. J. M.
I' 3. THIS CITY. Assets.... .. ..... . 30,0
t NION EE it begins to the passage of the first shooting out, window glasses and Tate officiating, at whose residence i i jnuiflJAssnrance \ :

craft through the danger is still II I Fund and
r f. lights on a moving train. I I I the ceremony was performed.
/j quite; remote and the present inhabitants The Seamen's Friend Society has all other liabilities- .
of Jacksonville need not loose Salter saw it was useless to try to get The marriage, it is learned, was in |I SSimcj.u

::1 PEI8AOOLA, JAN U.903 any sleep worrying over the threat- out of it. It was a clear case against elected ensuing the year following: officers for the the nature of an elopement. The I| Surplus .. ..... .. To.MI. .itl.,

-- -- - ened calamity. him and be knew not what defenseto Capt. John H. CaroPresident.Rev. parents of both parties were in ignorance < The.largest increase ever made m s::- r-t-

ft' ,I: PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WO have make. The best he thought, In the history of the Society
way, P. H. Whaley-Viee-Presi- of the couple's intentions

fig" ;a done better to have called in ooker PUPILS SHOULD I out of the predicament was to plead dent. until notified of the incident today. JAMES: W. ALEXANDER, PreMcUa:
t-; Washington and secured his sensible
: "4 Prof. C. V. Thomp:Treasurer. |
that Indianola guilty and ask mercy of Judge | Mr. Tate is night yardmaster in i} JAMES H. HYDE, uOOWLES
advice regarding '
t! f
: Rev. H. C. Cushman-Secretary' I
1( f.k postofflce aliairLv BE VACCINATED Beggs. He was first taken before and Chaplain. :; the employ of the L. & N. at Pensa
I
'+ --- Justice' Wolfe and by that magis The society is in good condition'cola. The bride is a daughter of
:,; 'J.:. : THE Birmingham News says: "If
committed on charges of | and will work for the glory of God BROS.
trate was Mrs.Vm.. Humphreys, of 315 North ,
i :t2 If is that the beet men \
I : It true sugar i I It is urged that all children of the i I
and for the welfare of The
'n. 1.t} lit will not fight the Cuban treaty then 1 carrying concealed weapons and seamen. Alcaniz street Genl'ralt'ntll,
public schools be vaccinated at once, society is a chartered institution and :
!: it may be taken for granted that I firing into a railroad train.
309 8.
Palafox
'f. the I'it being the purpose of the school I its first care is for the spiritual welfare ;, St.. PENSAl <>U.
: with
i l something, is wrong treaty. i The evidence at the preliminary LANDS AT -
board to have the important work of seamen, though its ministra- I

ift ;- IT is only a few years ago that a : trial caused halter to conclude to tions and benevolence have been extended THKVlioIc
done before Thursday, January 15.
i of was considered i' before in to all kinds
.t. newspaper forty pages plead guilty a highbertnbunlal many ways PUBLIC SALE

' I i, by everyone as something I I I Parents and guardian should be ,I I and to the above charges he en- and condition of people of every JAt&C OOCEAY Y CO t

1 } :t.' wonderful, but here comes the New 1 guided by the above note, and have i|I tered a plea of guilty. I creed and nationality. Pensacoli- 1

.""' :r ?$' York Times one day last week with the pupils undergo the operation, ;: of the I ans, you owe the seamen a dcbtof i, A decided novelty in the way of
| Judge Keggs was opinion
i i'or
t.r.,- an issue of 112 pages. the services of eminent physicians ; i gratitudefor, whether as passengers \ <.;i!It' and
'i! : public auction of land was that tried
.f .. tl, that a pistol in the hands of a shippers of timber or merchau-1! Retail (i rt't.t'r.
OCR Northern visitors are I.g" having ]j being always available for the sine '
in this Lauds
I
city today. -
drunken man on' a crowded railroad \ dise, the sailor watches for the safetyof composing
; pleasant aatisfactiion strolling; about I I pie asking. 1 1II\nQU.\ItTtI: KM
lives and and the McMillan addition on the !
train was a rather dangerous thing, > your property, day::
tbe city without overshoes, overcoats i
I'
;It : jo night, at wages for which you would west side of the offered at : and j ji
;t or mittens, and reading: daily REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP.A and on the first charge he fixed the t city were : Family, Fancy Staple
work. The
be
I unwilling to 3,000,000
pi lI how cold it is reported in the vari )us | fine at Ut-O. On the second charge i auction, and to attract purchasersfree i < Groceries
1 Little Bey't Life Saved. i seamen are, by their calling:, practically fc fc< j
: places they hail from. II cars were put on the park line.
rl __ i the fine was $10 and costs, which deprived of the good influences i '
I have few words to | and All Kinds of
a say regardingChamberlain's Up-to-dati F.II '
I .?
i THE: Metropolis asks; if any one ,, Cough Remedy. Iti 1' will figure the total cost of the short 1 dof church, home and society. A brass band gave a concert on East : Goods.

: can imagine what would be the ex i saved my little boy'a life and I feel I'I' interval of Salter's amusement ,to I Let us make #nr Bethel more at- Government street and soon afterward ( We are Hole Distributor for W'',t

? *;- tent of Jacksonville's n1a'ritimeif I tractive. Our friends have pr/ivided! .' went to the place of auction. Florida for the Celebrated Cafe
t I that I cannot praise it enough. I : about $140.From Ou
.'' business if she had the deep water j I nice chairs and plenty of writing i i -- ; Monde Coffee, Sweet Home Mo.a-
I bought a bottle of it from A. E. Steere
the time the warrants! were 1
J that exists at the harbor of Pensa i I material, good books and papers, CYNICISMS.Nobody ses, Illini and Climax Flour. Havle 9
of Goodwin, S. D., and when I got Delicatessen, GermanAmer.tan
d cola and some few other places. obtained until he received final justice but the walls are bare and the :i, : :
, R home with it the poor baby could I organ Food Co.'s Canned Meats, F.te All
f r./ Well, the best way to get an ideal j| hardly breathe. I gave the medicine from Judge Beggs was less than 1: is old and wheezing. We need some j! loves you enough to burn of which are sold by all tir-t-cu-*

I { I.. J about it would be to come over here ,: as directed every then ten I minutes until six hours, which is said to be a sheets and pillow cases for the dor1j j I your foolish letters. Retail Grocers in the city.
"threw up" and thought sure
'F. You Jo not
thoroughly enjoy a story
and
a{ see. be was going to choke to death. We precedent in Escambia caunty jus j mitory. j! 00:-00I sorni I'.U..U'OPENSACOLA \
1IJ unless it is "on" sonic one hate.I' .
.. .t: ... had to pull the phlegm out of his I My pulpit is an oyster counter. I jou
ii f t.... -ow that the beet sugar men have mouth in great long strings. I ami : I have preached the Gospel from the It is one sign of approaching age;

-)'. decided to withdraw their opposi I i positive that if I had not trot that I I tire.For I main-hatch or standing on a coil of I' when you can see where you Lave blun

:" t {: tion to Cuban reciprocity that meas.ureappears : bottle of cough medicine, my boy I II I Over Sixty rears.SIRS. dere.l.I .
hawser board
i on ship just as well as I
\o! to stand a much improved would not be on earth today.-JOELJ I II Py the time n girl bas reached fourteen -
444 I DEMONT, Inwood, Iowa. For sale !I Wi.vsLow'g SOOT ISB SYRUP bat anywhere-but this counter is too PressingClub
the has discovmnl that she can
{1. chance of success in the by all druggists and medicine deal- been used for over sixty years by millionsol i i huh for me.,
'\ present congress. But the Louisiana I I ers. mothers for their children while teethingwith lord it over her mother.
tq I perfect success. It soothes the child. ( The society takes this opportunity Tier notice that when a man asks

}?1 ;,' .... and cane sugar what people they are consider wroth I went to Pryor's furniture i house I softens tbe grj"mallays ali ram,cures wind I to again thank the ladies and gentle your opinion on n question he nearly: always FOR GENTLEMEN.

, f'/ sjre over on We-t Government street and colic, and Is tile best remedy fur Diurrhoea | men who so cheerfully contributed kicks on your decision? S
r base: desertion by their northwestern it will relieve the little sufferer 1mmediately 1 ---
pf furnished my entire hou-e for just poor to the fund which enables us to provide One ..f the most Inconiprrlunthirc5 --!i1.It'! !
. vIf allies. bold by lirug ;utsineven panof ,
: : one-half: of what I expected to pay. the world. Twenty-live' cents a bottleBe special: cervices and comforts in life is that one's Ullll!.!: awl ODe Dollar Per MonthIn

I!i',\ GOVERNOR JKNXINGS has announced It was a surprise to me, and I don'ti sure you ask for "1f Wlaalow'n Mootb.I j constantly and promptly for the father wore once in lore with each oih-

1ij!t f. the purchase by the United i know why I remaiued single so long. ,I tag syrup, and late no other kind. .! eameii coming; to this; port. If the AU'li.MW <;Iol>e.t'oinpliuicntnr. Advance to [ember-hlr.
I, - Cleaned
I Clothes and Pr '" t .
1; of the I society had the co operation of trip .
States
Treasury Department: )
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often as dc-ired. Y?ur I'l Ii
rfJ;: quarantine stations at Pensacola, : DIVISION INSALVATION !! LOT OF GRAIN churches, it would be able to enlarge "(Icntloincii.:' said a juUse :aildr !-in;: sent for and dt-Jivpn-ri l' ...

t'1.J! Charlotte Harbor, Fernandina, Miami ( its operations and render more effleient the jury ia a recent Irish case n-lwr:ed tit; South Pdlafox and J..I I r '
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work for In Law Nut:;.', "ylU have heard the t'\ i- Cl'ub.Laiies'. I
and Mayport ; the amount for 1 the evangelization:
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ARMYA WILL BE LOADED dunce The indictment saps the pus
, 4N the Pensacola station being $'JO,000.As i of seaman: both in our city and '
; oii"'r was arreMtil( 1 for Healing a pj"; i Plain Skirts a Sp v' ;.. .
in other
of Florida.
ht.r we underhand it this sum is due ports I The utTehse W4 ins to lit' luculnins a

by the state to this: city and county, H. O. CI-SHMAX. (fiiinioH one. Tile time has conic \\ lieu Yours for Xeatne-
division in the Salvation Army The big steamship Manchester -- -- .
two-thirds to the city and cue-third it must l Itf' put atop to: ottwr\\ ii e. ;j.'tu-
lfil' i. I which arrived and F.CZKM., NO CUIIF, :M> 1'\Y. G. W.
occurred last when Lieutenants Corporation IRWIN.
h. to the county. night | ti'iiui.! 1101:e of you will lie saf.
Your druggist will if
Calder and Williams left fcr ,, docked Sunday afternoon, will carry: retundyour money
ft- PA/.O OINTMENT fails to cure ldngworm .
THE Jacksonville Metropolis says: 1 111. Inar 1'arl.
Cleveland Ohio to attend out as about 40,000 bush- letter Old I'lcers Rail
a general a part cargo bores 1'irnples and Ttachrr-.ifttrAl
the trouble 1 Lave
'Sending men to pri-on for stealing
lit ; : DO YOU KNOW
Blackheads on the face and all ekiu diseases. -
! bicycles does not stop the crime. At meeting of the army corp These j els of grain, and will fill out the other 5o cents. taken you are must imperfect in jourJijvon. i

tl'f t least thirty white and colored men two have been working; in Pensacola I part of her cargo with round and I ----, ,> ::Surely you could not have BEEKMAN LUMBER !
toned! it !'o hard to learn! ,
t tock of dressed '
I large I
I a
bave been sent to prison from Jacksonville cola for about thirteen months and square bales of cotton. The cargo: ) RARE BARGAINS. rni>il-It wash U-cau' it was so I
J. and joists. Get their :" "
..;.:... for stealing wheel*, and niw expect to be assigned: to the i will probably: go over the half mil- Lard to harn, -.icln-r, Lut because it buying. p' f.i \
more are added at every term of the I Seventy-fiveacres on Blackwater'; : f :
,t .', :, cjrps which will be" sent to Savan-f: ( lion dollar mark, and her draft will Hay, rich black hammock lands, two was toe j"yttlforbctt: ,,I --' t-
criminal court. That's all becaueof i ;.;
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.t i; such smooth trefot;;. A "bike" is ''nib, Ga. It is probable that each I I perhaps be greater- than that of the ( mile adapted, from to pecans.}Milton This particularly land join* I II i KKKPS HIS TAMlhY: WF.I.U Hot Rolls at 5 p. m., l Oc.a ::

. ijf F the very last thing any boy or man, lot them will be commissioned as | PfCt'n.I i i the celebrated Criglar l pecan grove If you are feeling out of sort, if doz., at Solomon's.
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t black or white, would "hanker" (! captain; as both have applications t -- -- -- j! and is partially cleared. your circulation or your digestionis
l 1 I i Heads Should Neter A< ht>. I Two hundred and eighty acre,
r. ;j' after in Pensacola.-; I in for that rank. Never enlurethistrouble.; U:eat ,100 acres cleare 1,7 miles from Milton bad, you ought to think fir about STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

n f LAST Wednesday ;morning then i i Three new recruits will join the" .I once the remedy that stopped it for 3}_ mile from the riilroal; on your liver. Probably that i H all that
,! Mrs. X. A. Webster of Winnie, Va.'She Yellow River at Faulk's Ferry <: I is wrong with you. HEPATICUUA
1 J commission; merchants of New York .i army here during the present week. : writes : "Dr. Kirl?'* New Life Well watered and with good dwellings > provides for the best health possibleand I'-I".n IVrihacola and Milton n"ERune

Ej f were snowed! under with a consignment j These are all young Germans, who I'PllIs'holl,)' cured me of sick headaches outhoups and fencing. If Daily Kjcejn Sunday
will all need
I. ,of sixteen solid carloads of j I had suffered from for two There are 40 acres of cyjrress in answer your

r.p Florida lettuce. In view of;. have of lat shown great interest in years." Cure Headache, Constipa this tract worth the price of the you want real good health keep the 'CITY OF TAMPA."
'. grown : the work. tion. Biliouue-s. 2oc.; atV.. A. 1 whole. This land has been grown liver right, and there i is nothing

. f the fact that this was only a starterand -- - D'Alembfrte's drug store, 121 :South extensively to cane and large profits better to keep the liver right. than iT.Milton 11:3' am Lv IVnsaoola,

Il but from three or four of the .'jml'l'a to Life Lnl1a Palafox street.PUTTING made. Therearel200acresoffenctdpasturage HKPATICURA. uP"n"-oaII'ftm Ar MiltonFare.
} ) : adjoining, which is free. Mr. Daniel Junes of I'enarola, .Rue; hound trip.Jl:i<>
{P.. many shipping points in South! FlorIda -- -
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The startling: announcement of a Elghty-one acres, 3 miles north of Fla., pays : I want to tell you how
Hi: the dealers: were severely jos- Discovery that will surely lengthen i IN above with good house' well and much I appreci'itp your liver medi-

s tied and tune market took a violent ': life is made by Editor 0. H. Downeyof ,spring fel pond Ihis tract i- HEPAT1CUHA.: My wif-bad JEWELER IN HIS

"_ 'f slump toward z"ro. Morl-Florida Churubuco.: Ind. "I wi-h to, valuable in connection with stock been sick for a long time. I did i not

f t- j the winter vegetables ; state," he writes, "that Dr King's : GOOD WORK rJI i1Jl:'. The wood and timber will know exactly: what was the matter:
supply
can
: ;1 New Discovery for l'"uppo it inut have STAND
I Consumption! is pay for clearing and also for the with her =e NEW\
K' all we want i is the market for them. I| the n-o-t infallible remedy that I ""land. been some liter trouble. I had to ,,

:i have ever known for Cough, Colds -- 1 No such bargain a" this has yet have a physician very often, but
J WALLACE S. JONES, a former citizen and Grip. It's (.valuable to people been offered to purchasers., The .hf did lint "get well until she took

, ofMontieelIo) and well-known in, I! with weak lungs. Having this wonderful 1! The railroad company, in an interval land have been cultivated for years HKPATJCt'BA. A few bottle* I have moved my ]jewelry -

'i''i" .. Tallahassee, died in Home, Italy: ,' medicine no one need dread of dullness with the section and I know what they will produce. cured her. :She i; well now and 120 South Palafox. formi-ru
Pneumonia or Consumption. Its relief They are convenient io market and never con.plaius. I give it to the pied by I>a=s & Co., and am.
Christmas eve. )Ir. Jones/vas U. t H. is instant and cure ceriiin.Y.. gangs, has put a number of them to will be sold at a bargain: on account children and take it niyelf. and it better prepared than tv r t"

,11 "' : consul at Messina during the first: A. D'Aleinberte, Ul South Palafox work on the slip at Commatidancia: of owner cubing in other busine-*, keeps us all well. Sold ty all drug i, great bargains in diamond*. w.. .

: Cleveland administration, and during street, gu,irantees every bile and #l.oo For particulars, pries and terms, ;its. jewelry, *:c. Call and re-- ,

'1i:1'i the second administration of bottle, and_ give trial_ bottles_ __free. .i wharf and will dump several hun- address NED FAY, let me convince you.J. .
a
President Cleveland was appointed i | Bred car loads of gravel into the flip J9tf Pensacola, Fla. Jfudain's, the Qestor J 5c.Don't I. r-TF.I; HE'
Goldring's No. 3 saloon
at the ,
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fr I" I J tti U. B. consul in K.mie. He died at: Union depot, since its opening, has I I with the ultimate intention of filling COTOE.W.PEAKE'8 _

'! "- the home of his sister in Rome.' Mr. become noted as the place: to find 1 in the vacant and building spur forget to buy the EVERYBODY LOOKS

i Jones is also remembered by several the best and purest brands of liquors tracks on the new "made" ground. I. X o. 30 South Palafox street, for your baby one of those nice little
BEST
i ii !l, friends in Pena; 'c>l.1. He was; one of ''to be found in the clYou' will I i The work was pushed rapidly for the 1 do electrical you a flrst-cN work. s He job is moderate prepared to Rocking Chairs from Jllarm FOR THE

J t the active members of the constitutional receive polite attention and be made few
welcome. 'I past days. prices. Phone 203. ston & Quina's. 50c. and
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convention of'S:;, but had Here it is. Call on >, It
II i 1 MEAT & MALT has a marvelou WANTEDFURST upwards.You ,
been absent from the state for about Creary. They are doing tr fJ -t
f LrPORTLA dietetic value. \Vhilerefreshingandj
CEMENT:
J r ten yearsTHE a j pleasant to take, it helps assimilation No. work that can be turned oai at t irs
f2W otter skins.$6.00! to 9.00 ,
-- per barrel. A. V. CLUB
in. want a good piano tuner to "
of food. Sold by prepared to do any kind ot .
Times-Union and Citizen Corner Bru and Garden Street. DANNHEIS8ER BROS. No. 1 coon skins, large, .65 to .!iOi stay in Pensacola; still you hold They put on India rubber tir-" t '

: says: "Jacksonville is exhorted to -- -- No. I mink skins, large, 1.0.10' I.WI back your order. tend it in. I have .!i best on the market, on abort 'H,'i!ne

observe that Pensaeola has started a !I Hot FrenehW.meswith.1 Other goods in full proportion. j! as they have a full line of rubber:
i bad 20 years' experience and havA .i
; i'i lr" coastwise steamship line to touch at What are Humors =? !\I I Florida Cane Syrup atdolomoa's Ask any Pensacola bank for rating worked in several piano factories i j tires Doe In* stock.your buggy need nphol'teri -
j
all the points down the gulf and : on me.
They are vitiated or morbid flaM* rwrv | I i'I J. W. WATKINS, i ij f fI Orders left at Johnson's book store'''i jing! ? They can make it good 8ij nf*.
make regular trips. Now & simple for
;ing the reins and aflexting the tl.i IP'''. ifur I! CLOSUJCTUT. dIS.lmBrun9wick, Ga. I Ii will be attended to. Their prices, too, are rea-onable.
+ calculation will give an idea of the are commonly due to defective dg'stion ; !I I I!j I CHAS.Y.1'R E3SLLY. ,' thpy have ample capital to carry. .a'a a
value of such line to the business first-class carriage building at
a
but are sometimes inherited. Merriwether, tbe Furniture man, i iI i I Hot French Waffles with' -- '" ---- repairing; business. Don't fail

i of a city-to a wholesale trade these How do they manifest themselves r I|I at 114 South Tarragona! street.ls preparing -!'Florida! Cane Syrup at If you want a nice present :o give < call on them.

1 i it enterprises are vital. This city cannot I' In many forms of cutaneous eruption, i to embark in a new business '' Solomon's.We x> a friend line, go of and look through the Scales: repaired.
elegant suitable
afford to leave any corner of her salt rheum or ecii-ma: in.r/les and bo.3, : articles at HPITZEK & CREABV
i ; and is closing ont the remainder of i. I. Stephens,
: you surely can find I-"t Garden str !
I
and in woatnfsa. langu.w, snieral )
a territory without rapid and regular I How debility ,|II the bankrupt: stock of furniture and' will launder your spreads foi something to please you. If yon Phone ijI ;.
t :I I are they exjvUiM Iy :
communication-whether by water, household goods at 15 cents each and make them look ant anything; in the Diamond line -
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astonishingly
rail. The Hood's 'II )e sure to see him before -
Highway or metropolitancenter : Sarsaparilla''which low price like uw. Star Laundry. __ _u you_ bay C4 ETDTLYh.3an .
are drawing trade by send-1 i I
also! builds up the system that has ----- -- I'PORTLAND-CEMENT Hot Chocolate 1 K.J Yc, N.>9 A :21' .
with
ing out trolley lines; what's the matter suffered from them.It Try Gunthcr's Candies atSolomon' at .
2.6o pet barrel. A V. CLCBBS. Whipped Cream, at'Solo. rZiitOll
with us? The same matter with is the best medicine for all humors. 'I1 -
I .. |II Corner Bru and Garden treetg. mon's. I '
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THE.DAILY.NEW81. : PEN8ACOLAa F'Lt1RIdA, TUE8DAY JANUARY-13. t =


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INCONSISTENCIES w.C. O'NEAL, PitlUtnt r
SOLDIER'S DELAY PROVED ; M. CLARK, Cashier;
B. J.
FOSHEE.Vlo"PNaId.at; JOHN PfEIFFER, Ant Cathitr. .


STRANGE ACTS OF-THE-MORNING DANGEROUS AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ij : :j


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Inconsistencies noted iu the early OF PENSACOLA FLA. ttl;
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CAUSED HIM TO RECEIVE THE cnrning: today were many. Someof STEPPED IN FRONT OF MOVING Designated Depository of the United States. ::1

them were- Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25, 19O'l. : -,
LIMIT IN THE MAYOR'SCOURT Open cars with shades not drawn CAR, WITH USUAL RESULT. RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. {ii'l.' 1 1 .

TO-DAY. down on one of the car lines; Loans and Discounts.........*............. U42.921.84! Capital Stock ........................,..., $200.000.00()( ) ..
A country friend whose bead Abdel-Kadir Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured........ 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... .......... .... ........ .,.. 20,000.00 ;
-- gear Benamie residingon U. 8. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213,806.87 Undivided Profits..... ................... 6,690.S4
was a bright straw bat and whose West Wright streak was struck by Stocks,securities, etc...................... 2,625.00 Rediscounts ................................ 10,287.61 !'
v. Jick Dowdy, a Barrancas sol- Furniture and Fixtures.... ................ 6718.48 Circulation................... ........ .... ., '
neckwear 125,000.00
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was a bright red tie. To an electric car on North DeVilliers [. R. ............................. .
zotOOdays on the streets this Stamps. 6582 Deposits........... ........................ 461.EM.35 i' .
Gc.; display this gorgeous apparel he bad street yesterday afternoon and bare- Cash and Exchange....................... 153,943.12 ,
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; fr taking on too much -", ...
rorcinj purposely forgotten to button up his' ly escaped with his life. As it was Ja '
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i4aJ.jjjtnn Mr yesterday, which caused him coat and vest; he sustained a number of painful Total..... .... .............. ............. $822,382.30 Total... .... .... .... ...... .... .......... $822,382.30 t $ .l ItJl S
altogether too affectionate This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We t .
Ice wagons supplying customers braises, which were dressed by phy- your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give !! '; .
import.jjwjy .
far while the i :
mercury ranged several sicians who were hurriedly called.
came up to city yesterday 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 1'
degrees below the freezing point; From statements of eye witnesses ;"t.i:: :e: : .'
"taking something" toward .
aid began A number of cranks who come Abdel-Kadir was wholly to blame __. '-t.ii.J t. .,
cold. The .. >
if the increasing I k
along while you are endeavoring to for his injuries. A car was going I r---( ": ) I. :', I

i.qaor .lifted him curiously. forget the cold, and bring to mind north on that street and the motor- (( S E 2szs2S25 f .: .i ir j', .

j.t; tl! afternoon Dowdy assumed" .o unpleasant memories by the remark man was kicking the gong at a lively RELIGIOUSJIEETING I(( !i" ; I
of "Jack the Hugger. h '
Ie: f'' ,:"Is it cold enough for you!1"'; rate. The victim glanced at the car Ii ,
on Palafox street, "
hU: ;: I- -Utun I -
Cars on depot lines maintaining and made an endeavor to cross the
H<'' I"1 and Intendencia,
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bftwFI excellent schedules in spite of the tracks quickly when he was called:: 1
.\1.| I N 'bjectionable presence
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biting north winds. by a party behind him. Stopping at WAS RUDELY DISTURBED BY t '
h'lf' i II} t !in.j his arms around - '
a moment he had reached the trackto I .t .
i u-ing children. Ollleeraw THE K1GI1T MKIHCINE.The YOUNG NEGROES LAST NIGHT.
ascertain! what the party wanted, s5JGRERTANNUALWHiTEFAIR
1SHS2SH525
f>< him as he thus ini.iuent rijrht remedy at the right time 52sisas
he stood squarely! in the centre of
friend indeed. You be
is a cannot
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; lady and ran up Au boisterous time ter- I
too careful about having the right the track and was struck. unusually

t nun. Dowdy saw him remedy on hand when you need it. The motorman thought he would minated the usually passive meetingof

i d started: to run. The of- It is said by a man of knowledgeand ,: go to the side,he had started for and the "Household of Ruth" last
,...j and overtook Dowdy good judgment that most bad i
health: iscau ed by a bid liver. HE- : therefore made no effort to check night, and if all reports are true, a
: ..:m down on charges cf PAT1CURA i is the best liver tonic I, the which number of young negroes said to be .
cars speed, was then les-
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a disorderly.T which will liven up tbat member in
rI
good style! and give you a great del I ]sened.o Men on the front end of cars primarily responsible for the disturbance .
tier did not deny what the of pleasure as well as satisfaction: in I are in n lot of trouble. I
stated that it is not at all unusualfor
*' -tified life. Sold by all druggists.
to this but
morning,
I Report has it that a large number SALE:
negroes and others to see justhow .
i the excuse; that he "had of colored this
people composin
close they will allow cars to
traiking1T I benevolent had assembled at I
PLATFORM HAS i pass them, and one of these is said society -OF- ---
mayor Informed him that 1, to havebeenAbdel.Kadirwhospentl a hall on Riilruad street last night .f

d'li'.ki'iuifcss! was not a sufficient ex- BEEN COMPLETEDThe !I much time in that immediate vicin- and were very buy transacting the I

, l IlIr countenancing such per- I V I business on the calendar when the I' :

f' n ai; ,I'HS and the limit of jail sen- deliberations were suddenly brokenup I II Muslin Underwear j'
stone platform surrounding EXPOSURE to a sudden climatic
the would be
t m city exacted. number of
by a young negroes I
change produces cold in the head 1
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the union depot has been thoroughly I I :
and catarrh isapt to follow. Provided engaging in a fight.! Before this .
F rtify the system against disease completed, although the new work with Ely's Cream Balm you are I
by purifying and fenriching the ; armed against Nasal Catarrh. Price ended, as many as half a dozen had f
i I
baa been covered with rough boards I .IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN !1.
t !i"50 cents at Druggists or Ely Brothers, plunged themselves in an all "round i i .. ..
Hood'.iraparilla. and will remain so hidden for at '56 Warren Street, New York, will .
mail it. The Balm cures without slugging match, causing an immediate .. -. ---- ;
least month. The contractors
a
\V v pay fancy prices for furni- pain, does not irritate or" cause adjournment of the session. The

ti,'' .'I\ 1 hou-e furnishing goods guarantee this work for five years, sneezing.irritated and It spreads angry surface itself over, reliev an matter was reported to Officer Par- Such Qualities, Such Great Values were i.
w M-rriwether, at 114 South and as a precautionary step have '
ing ImmeJiately the painful inflami ker, and the information
'Tar: ..' .A -treet will sell you what i covered it with boards to have it I i mation, cleanses and cures. Cream. upon never before offered.in any of our Pre-

N i 11 your own price. dried thoroughly before being used. Balm quickly cures the cold. I II gleaned by that otlicer he arrested vious Record Breaking Underwear sales
I I:Ed. Rowan, Gus and Chas. Richardson ,

S.1tr'I'Ij> ''. ,;i-n.A\n, : .\. \CKMKXT'. : at.l'J.rBBs TO Cl'ltK A COLD IN OXK DAY i THE, COUNTY !i\i I Cbas. Ball and Henry Williams and you should, without fail, attend this it

t I I.: i .1 i '1 tiirdiii! Mreets.c Take Laxative r.rnron Quinine Tablets > At the police court this morningnone
one.
This signature flW.JL on e\ery I '
silver box, _;)C. ,) COMMISSIONERS of the prosecuting witnesses '
ft. Le: of sterling .

1 t : s ,r U"\tl'-\ to b< O. M. Pryor will sell you furniture -- ,, were In court and the mayor decided i

f ,: J. L nu'phrn-'. i'ri''i.-. tot cheaper than any other house nil! to let the matter go over until to- I J
'I< i the city, A regular meeting of the board of ,i morrow. The defendants were I Sale Continues Until \UMpesiliy Night ,

will be held
county commissioners i present with a large array of wit- I .1 ,
; G. W. & CO _XXG. W. & CO : tonight, and from rumors which : uesseswhostoodready to clear the I Iluintette. '

p. i J !i hive been current with county ofli- ;! The case will be calledin .JACKETS FURS SKIRTS. ;

GEEEN WATSON & CO. 'I : vials for the past few days, there I' the morning.A :I .. .. ,

will be something very interesting" Il.il For a God. Remember, our Entire Line of Jackets,
The ancient Egyptians believed that \
to come up. The county bills will
the spirit of their greatest god, tKiris Shirts and Furs at
be the and I II are going
FOR. TEN DAYS .. I presented at meeting |I II duck alnung them in the form of a R

O Q !several other new matters will come I II pure white bull marked by a certain
o I MSII.:: Herodotus nu-ntious two of those Actual New York Cost 1* '
We will give Twenty-Five per (Iup for disposal. The meeting promises I
hilIs-a; black eagle on the beck! and a

% & cent discount on all Worsted to be a lively one. black: forehead with a square of white ......,....---- --- "w.e
in its ct'iitt-r. These creatures when ) ; ,
>; 'W Dress Goods and Suitings; I New Century Comlort. found were worshiped! during: life and )

** black and colors only. 1 Millions are daily finding a world mummified after diatu. The New York e W. J. & B. FORBES e ; .:
a Historical society Las one of these ) '
'of _..
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comfort in Kucklen's Arnica
d : ) :
0 "bull gods," a tine mummy from the ice_ ...- ._-- .
J I U' FeiCUIVI[ ) A COMPLETE LINE ':''SalveIt kills pain from Burns, i:' temple of tji-rajiis.' I I ..
Scalds" Cuts, Bruises; conquers

-Oho Ulcers and FeverNores; cures Eruptions I Ii Hopeful. I
: ,i Salt Rheum, lloil and Felons jI II j' There was airy small audience jpresent j vvwww
t',
+ removes Corns and Wart Bp
I! '' and it was rapidly duiiulliiigauay. ; .
EHBROIDERIES I I Pile cure on earth. Only 25e. at W.
Py ; A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 i On the stage the hero and hero-I j f
o i South Palatox street.VALUABLE I iue are holding! a raidmons. II I TJ1E ItEWIS BERn GO.

Our Delusive Designs, Dainty and Plump. --- I Hero to HC'r.iul'-\re we alone? i iI
I Heroine (thinking; of the )

\\ c have the plain Cloth to match them. ;. CITY LOTS. Not yet There are two nlllil'lIc-1

I the loor who look as if they might be I II -AGENTS FOR- :
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I able to sit through; another act.Tlifir
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You Save and be I
can Money highly i
0
Of the number of lots recently
I I I large I !
I IGeorgiana
0 Title of IIIUn.
pleased by visiting our Muslin Underwear G j purchashed by Mr. O. M. Pryor r : -Julia and Jack don't stay I '

Counter. ,,1 1 and placed on sale to desirable purchasers out at their new country place at all. (' Joe Wheeler ,1. r

-- many have been sold, but OorgeVlij; ? '
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some of the choicest are still held by I 'Oh. they want to be in town all the

GREEN WATSON & CO. : him.He time to tell everybody! how much they L LI
will sell to actual settlers: on I like it out in the country."-Life.Jnit .
Ii 1 1 $ $
Cigars .
,
most favorable terms, us he is determined -
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O. W. & CO 'V"i 'V"'V"= G. W. & corrrx::: id.c + to build up this property. I Fur a lark "
- I Kabbit Hunter-Do you like birds? I i? I :
I Bird I love .
.etlho+e...0.....".........................../0N ; WANTED-fURS. Hunter-!Sure: ('m '
j Rabbit: Hunter-Then eat my rabbit

: ''Xo.l otter skin*........g61M1' to ?9.CO for a lark.-Harvard Lampoon.3.1VAL Sensation of the Day. '

i SACRIFICE SALE 1 Xo. 1 coou skins, l hrge: 50 to ..NII i i iI .The : ;
I i NO. mink shine. larg-, 1.CO to 1 fit} I I : STOKKS )tA(.'Ur. I I'I :
: i Other goods: in full proportion.
-OFfBtJGGIESI- ', Ask any l'en..acola bank for rating' Reported Dallr-r: .:; The New. l>j "
1'on me. 1 Union Naval Store. Co. i .GIVE E THEM A TRIAL !1.! M 'i'
J. WATKIXS.. ... ... "
j Brunswick, Ua. KOBIH.
: WW _...__..?_.(+ 20 U_.._ .....f: CJWO I "
: : PIANOlRAWINC. __......... ..... :sal O_ ,-... ...... 1 73; 11J WHN1MWN") WNm) !' ,

....A T THE.... I! Lr.1 A3M I t t"I
: I At a meeting of the directors of .......__ .... .- 3 So E.._.--. ..... 1) I !?
the Carnival Association January fi __ ___ _.____.
K ? 2: !q I D 155
I it was decided that if ticket Xo. Ml, l_.........__ 2 40 C.t below._. I &' SPECIAL NOTICE.H. DR. F. E. BRUCEHas
j BEERS' GAUGE REPOSITORY. I i which drew the lip piano, is not : HHBIT8 TOBFKIiTlRB' ;',.
'produced by January 15, it will be t I Alfman, Umbrella Maker, 315, returned and resumed practice.

,. declared forfeited, and the sale of You will consult your best! interests South Palafox, wishes to inform the
Office Wn
Government rit.
gilt ,
tickets will be resumed and another i 0. M. if that he has no one employedto
by going to Pryor youi public
f 1 ivn accepted a position as general manager of the extensivee .
drawing held at 9 p. m. Fedruary 23.: Salisbury Building.Tolcphono
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" ," ,>f Win. Jhn1ol1''m and MUST: close out my entire ijlw I I i want furniture. He is in position to solicit trade and will only be responsible -
S ,: V*hiclc before February 1. If you want a Buggy, this is I 1 sell cheaper than any other house inI for goods intrusted to him 140.
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poltrUSlTYOJ.'AI.IFETIMB'to buy: one at your own I! I II 1 I the city. personally. 3Jlm I
: f I havn a very Hue assortment, and the first comers will getS FOR LUMBER !,I '. Hot French Waffles
I with
bu aID"
"t
: Respectfully, HEX 1>. IJKKKS. : Call on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. Hot French Waffles with WANTED-HIDES. Florid Cane Syrup at

t for estimates before placing Florida Cane Syrup at Dry flint hides..... .........12)i'c B. Solomon's.

NIt1.4tCNNNNNNNMH4NNN. your orders for lumber. d6-lm Solomon's. Green salt hides............. "c 11. y.

-- -- Tallow, in barrels... ....... *>c 1s.
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The finest of umbrellas in the
D. HALEVILSON i city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat ITO ,Tallow, in cakea . ........ 6>3'c n.

them. MONEY LOAN Beeswax, 2fi cents per pound. ,
l! Ask: any Pensacola bank for ratingon
Marston $ Quina have amine I I 1fiMi
Real and Rental '' On the most reasonable terms and me. i
Estate Agent, line of Rattan Parlor I without publicity.: J. W.Brunswick WATKISS, Ga.,

i Suits, and odd p e ces; they j I J. W. BULLARD, tie photoejpaphcj

13t.2 South L'alaHiv Street, I are better and cheaper than \. 2S a South Palafox, Up-Stairs. Hot Rolls at 5 p* m., lOco 1t

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J I an observant IHTSOSI wli(is<> sjitrialty> Is It I+ the old principle of familiarity are really true aren't they?"Youth's the exhibition?

I character rwulin "Of ,i>ur>'t' it dll"s.i breeding contempt. It cannot be too Companion. l'ortlT-YI', sir It seemed to please I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD

[1 i "Tie tnan.nhIe hat tits him exactly strongly impressed upon every one that the gentlemen u-ry much. IN EFFECT DECEMBER*!

; iM: and Is pot s-iuiri unit htraiuht> : on his the only immunity from danger is Animal Sense Prrrrptloni. ArtUt-What did they say? -

'J j; head is nearly always an orderly, lolihfratp thruuuU constant care and precaution. In the course of an article on animal Portt'r-Ob, they didn't Bay anything. New Orleans and Mobile.

._ man regular in his habits but l It is n lesson that needs to be impressed sense perceptions In which special attention They only laughed.: _

>> o very often coiiiainripliice as regards uiMin every individual without exception.Philadelphia is directed to nauseous or of. So,8 Jl o.& Vo.t I No.'. Nol. .sol.
t, mental jitta'inm'iits. Inquirer fensive odors as a means of protection 1:111. 19:15m 11:06 p Leave.PentuwtaArrhe 1:00 a 4fX p tttlTAP
j'I' 8Ma ':?1p 1:111 a I 'neYlollla&on_ van I 2 .S :
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::, "Men .>f l.i rv mental |>n",'rs. thinkers the editor of the Zoologist warns his 11:00 a 4::!:! p I fM a Leave.. .. Mobile _.Leave UM1n't U:16: n .Ml
il' :lu.ll'hll..soplu'l's! ] nlTctt hats a tril11n' An Old English: Snprntltlon.Attention readers against regarding animal ctloio To be relieved from torturing disease x._.__.. 8:5p 1lIOa 1A'.eNIw Itrteane_ Leave 8IIP _1i.: :::.
has been called to the survival
too large fur tin-in. 11w)' ore men of ry too much from the human stand after forty years' torture might North.
of folklore in rural parts of Knjj-:
I ideas, and tUrlr l big! lialsill often point. Because animals cannot speak
larp' well came the gratitude of any one. !I' -
land by evidence given In a stabbing
if he found I in conjunct with IMIMeasy >.1,.1Ii case tried at the ISM x assizes To we must not assume that they have no That is what DeWitt's Witch Hazel I: No.t. No '. So. 1 So l
modes of communication; It Is by no l1:05pm 12:15p m Leave.. Pen.aeolaArrln
clothes fur in this, ns in 6tJ1I.
fitting 4:00pm
t I quicken the healing of the wounds, the means certain that the ordinary explanation Salve did for C. Haney, Geneva, 0. :I 8:15am 8: 7pm Arrl"_ MonleomeryLeave 1I:15.m l ..JtpliII
;I' I other matters!, the Iwidy reflects the knife with which they we& Inflictedwas I He says: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel :5i! am tIt.ti: pmrrlTe_ arm1ngbam _Lean t SS7am 4bpID
\ mind.'lA of "wnming'Olors" Is the 1:06pm ltOa m Arrlve. ,,. Nasbville.Leave ___,..
smeared with grease and laid on true one, while the evil smell of the Salve cured me of piles after I had 2lam 8llam ArrlveLooln'llie _Leave. 8:16pm J t.m::
I t "I distrust equally the man who the lwd of the patient. The purpose 7:51am 11:89a m Arrive ......Clnclnnativ.,. 6:0Opm II I r5pm
durian fralt does not render It distasteful suffered forty Cures cut,
r wears his hat nt the back of his heal years. 7:9eam 1$1 pm Arrive n_ ..Mt. LoOI. n..L"ave 4:15pm _,:6Dfl
t t served by the application of grease or either to the oraus or to man him- barns wounds skin diseases Beware -
!,! and h.' who habitually KIM'S: .il-out with oil to the knife or to any steel instrument self. of counterfeits. Hargis', Pharmacy PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. .
tj'', It tilted to one vide. The tint is of a that has inflicted wounds Is to John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn.

4 oandid easy coins: type, hilt apt to lie No. No stop where time not shown I No. on-L)11
r prevent it from rusting, for it the steelis CnrloBltjr. 8-D.1\11 l -Dally '

flighty; the latter, with a disposition( i allowed to become rusty the wound "What did that lady have the screen GE };It.\L FUKNCH: InaJlmt:(.} n6 pm 7:00 a. m Lenel'en..coiaLArrlve I 10:50 p m !1 pi.d
fur and frolic, is at the same 7:1.1 ._ BOb..mla ,_ ,
sport is supposed to be affected and festering across one part of the room for ma?" 12:15 night It 10:111" 4 A
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'I time often frivolous and conceited.Neither 12ao: 1:1' Ynlestra.- 10:116" e
and mortification follow the progress !. asked little Harry who had been making Following is the schedule of the : 1:1:13":: Tn" ".. _Esc.mbl._ 10:82" 6''
t of them however will be a of the rust. Another quaint belief a call with his mother."I government steamer General French UIIS.. 7:25 ._ Malat ...__ 10:21" 5tf
which THE NEWS for 12iIII" >1" ___ Harp ___ 64..
i foxiim.U, like the man white hat is too prints'" the 10:21"
U that the application of an oiledknife suppose she had something there 1:1.60": 7:86 If ._O,ltClty__ 10:16" 6 '
email! for him, nor 'deep' and crafty benefit of the merchants who ship U 58 If 7:88 II Milton If '
is a certain and quick remedyfor his I 10:10" eJ
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like) the wearer of a hat which I is always scalds and burns. seen their goods", to the various army 1:90 a,.m "'.. If food Range.Holts ..... .. __.t III
mother. posts: 1'6S 8U" ", __ 0_ 8:80" 1.1 ;
pulled down over the eyes. 2:11 It 8aJ": Mllllgan .,_ "' 4:11 "
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I Could Believe Some of Them.An you thought she wasn't lookingyou Leaves B.rr.Dral.- ,_,___ 7 At a. m. 1:00" 8-M" Deer Land ,, 8:66" IJUSl ,
J Ih'nlrr In I'oUonn. amusing story Is told of a New peeped behind it?" Leaves Plckens _.___.r_..__ feuo a. m. .:& II 9:18 If If __ Mossy Head If 8:10" : < ,
It i< lamentable that neither repeatedvrarninK England minister who often: speaks in Leaves Barrancas_________ 8:15.. m. I, :OSW If 9:85 ..DeYaDlak8prtDII.. II 8:1! J4 ..
Leaves eosacola _._ II "
-10:1:1.: m. ': 9:44 Argyle f:44 2.111..
'It: nor sad experience seems to behalf of a certain charity In which he Colquitt's First Legal Hanging. Arrives Barrancas 11:10 a. m. ana then ':40' 1:61' __Fonce de LeoIL.- 1:11": 1.11I'M ,.
have the desired effect of inakini) ; the is greatly interested. He has a fine Moultrie. Ga. -The makes a trip to Fort McK e and then returns -I &;00" 10:10' ___Westvllle.._ 1:17" ,
supreme to Barrancas. IUJ8" 10'15' __ CaryrllleHonlfay 1:12" 1.4' ,
f ordinary j"'rson cautious iiHhe} ue ofpulvms. voice and a graphic way of telling incidents court has handed down a decision af Leave Barrancas_______..1:15! p. m. &.11I It lOII'! If 8r.6" 1.:7
In the last few days three both humorous and pathetic Leaves ten.__._ ____ 1:111p. m. 6:00 It 10:47 It Chlpley .._ If 8IT" 1:1"
firming the case of John Henry Bryant Leaves Pe.sacola 4::% p, m 1 8aJ" 11:07 It _.....Cottondale_ II (:18" UJSI COC1
children have died presumably from so that his hearers are often "movedto versus the state, who was at.t'ne last Leaves Plckens ,_ _-__ 5:1 p. m, i 1:00" 11:211" ._.Marlaona 8:00" 124u.n!
taking poison that was careless-ly left !. laughter or to tears." Arrives Harrancas t:90 p. m, and makes. f:80" 11:49 __Cypress If 6:38" > 1ID,
term of court convicted of murder and trip to Molt iifl nvitliln their reachOne would suppose At the close of cne meeting, at whichhe sentenced to hang. ThIs will be the On Wednesdays and Saturdays the. 7:5 It 12:06 110')1Ie _,_ Hne-41.. If 6/1": iOo
that such accidents would by this time had spoken with great effect, anda first legal execution that has boat will leave Barrancas via Pick- 8:15" 11:16" Arrl.R1"." ''motion _Lfl.Y" 6:10" low: _
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1 have l ceonie nlEot-t Impossible, yet large: pain: for the charity Lad teen been in Colqnitt He sna for Pengacola at 6:30 p. m. n
county
they are constantly recurring with a the direct. result a little old lady approached was The General French is for army
l fmjuenoy that demands further warn- the minister. convicted of killing another negro in purposes only and any outsider mast I Tnt TUB! NEB WAIT COLMN !
this the first of
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r-- ln r. If parents would learn to keep "Oh," she said earnestly, "I've been year. have a pass from the quartermaster

poisons! In! .a i>laeeiwher<'_!hey could not interested In Ui-aring about those Subscribe for THE NEWS; 100 per week. o take passage o a ber.
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uEACON'S TEMPTATION.Be ARKANSAS LEGISLATURE. Enormous t.


Your back. Came Year Get time lato Trouble Convenes at Uttle Rock-Contest For The REMOVAh. t.
money a Few Kicbti AKO. House Speakerehlp. growth of The Mutual :

"Bredren" uld Deacon Snowball at Little Rock, Jan. 12.-The Arkansas Life Insurance Company of

If yon are ml satisfied the experience meeting, "I cum legislature convened at noon New York is one hundred

50 voC SUPPOSE that a company with a capital ot 1500.000.00.paid In tau tad OB monghty near backsliding las' Saturday today. Hon. Joseph L. Short, of Ful- times greater than that of the Jacob Morris .f': 'il

tad,wpubtatlotar1 M years of coBiinuoui success, would mike such u over end not GUrJ night De temptah cum ter me ton county, had no opposition for the United States dltt
It an' put er wheat sack In ma han' an' presidency of the upper body. Thereis
Ot.: suPPOSE we would JeoPfoldile our 1t&Dd1na with the publ1c u4 our ehanoalIf The population of the Cnited States BAS MOVED FROM RAILROAD i ; i
:I ITutt'r success we would fu14l any promise we lII&ke led ma sinful feet to'd 'Mistah John- a lively contest for the speaker- IIlSso was f. .
t: STREET TO HIS OLD STAND : n
\'ot: SCPPOSE make lueh M offer if we 414110'haft&U 1&1110IClOd elng's tuhkey coop." ship of the house between John I. tili ;
satWJ our 23,191,876 ;
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l e tE KNOW we eu plessetyou and ae yOU money for HAYNEB WHISKEY roes "Amen!" moaned some one In a back Moore of Philips county, and H. K. 136 East Intendencia Street : I I4J I4JHere ;

4: from REGISTERED our dlaUllen DISTILLERS QUAEANTEE orlrtn&l of PendURITY AGE.and UNITED scat Toney, of Jefferson, with the Indications The population of the United States in 1909 wu i,

STAt bit profits other useseTh&Thafi whT if* best for medicinal purpose Than u't'IDI vnrrfe"4 "I done tried my best ter resist" favoring the former in the caucus you will find a Full Line otHnseMl i .

1 1r.u for "' why we are regularly suppljlaj over t quarter ot e went on the deacon "but all de time this afternoon. A temporary organization 76,303,387 l
customers That's wHy you '
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mah conscience said 'Stop' de temptahsaid was effected la the house, and KitGln Finite 'l
Assets of The Mutual Life Insurance
from I 'Go on,' and BO I kep' a-gittin' and the work of swearing In the new New York io silo, when 7 years old Company was of yt'
[Direct our distillery to YOU closah an' a-gittin' closah nil de time." members was begun. Mattresses, Carpets, Rags, Mat- <, .

"( !" Governor'Davis will not in $1,278,388 tings, Quilts, Stoves and every- f!' f t.
lory came from the back seats. send his .
Sues Dittos' Profits I Privmts I" ; .
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The thing House-Furnishing t
"But, praise de Lawd Just when I'ze message today. election of a ,

I game ter climb de fence and maik fob United States senator will not occur Assets of The New Mutual York, January Life Insurance i, 1901 Company W Line at Moderate Prices for c. ;"l' .'. i)

de coop mall old houn' dog trees a for several days. Ex-Governor James' t ff.Cash

lATHER WHISKEY i 'possum In Mistah Johnslng's wood lot, P. Clarke is the Democratic nominee, $352,838,971The or oa the Instalment Plan. A i r t i

an' de backslide leabe me dat inlnnit" and there is no doubt of his election to ... :'it .

"Amen:" roared a brother in the rear. succeed Senator James K. Jones. largest, strongest Life .. :, :j:

"An' 'fore I git up dat tree," continued Every Woman K Iir
Insurance
Co. in
PURE SEVEN'YEAR.OLD Throughout Flol dil. the world. t ;.
RYEsf1 the deacon "de moon cum out '. .\
/ I (rum behind de clouds, an' dar stood Savannah Ga., Jan 12.:! -The weather THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE V', tad bhternledandshonldtnow alx.ut tlie KOI.iir4 '.. ,,;- a
FULL !.20 EXPRESS I Mistah Johnsing behind dat coop wit bureau has no report of damage in ,11 1 MARULW Spray .. -'. .

4 $3 er shotgun in his ban,:' south Georgia by the storm last night COMPANY OF NEW YORK kt Z1a Z tun a.it .rhr.. IVSt. --Naf .r4axr ',

QUARTS PREPAID i "Um-m-m: Lawd:" from the elders' Savannah is preparing to weather a RICHARD A. MiCi'KDY, President *"tat Jlcwl Cuntrn.tr t .;

i corner. cold wave. Temperature to drop to CECIL "AVILLCOX )lanaj1er, ae ,. slllwnnm
"An' I call to Mistah Jouncing an' 25 degrees tonight in this city and a Jacksonville, Fla. "tpW6t. ,"sh, 4 / t. \ NY

TTeiri!' wad FOUR FULL QUARTS of HAYNER'S SEVEN YEAR ast him Please, sab wont he come freeze throughout the state of Florida othrr.M.eRtRLt.r bnt wnd vamp r'ptia fotfl- 1 r .l',' ; 'j I
OLD ji'VEfur W:M. and we will pay the express charges. When you receive is predicted. H. 11. 1110ltSTOYf'nt, Inmralwl mok mlrl Ittivt* j.,
an' shoot dat ? an' dat he
tn111"11 ,;:'1 ln It and It you don't find it all right and as food as you everdraw possum do Pensacola Fla. lull Kiiiat-UlolwUi ii&rttfulaisaiMl M4H itins tton In* ',' .
u from any body else at any price then send it back at oureiMnv an' I want ter say dat dore was nmos' t.LfO. :
tJ.20 will be returned Rocm X o Time Kldg.. New )ork. : 'i
ui to you by next mail How could
Congressman Dead.
load ob shot in dat Tongue
.. fairer' powerful big \:, '
b'- We take all the risk and stand all the expense if :
u .f; nn' please you. W'on'tyou let us send you a trial order We I gun." Washington Jan. 12.: -Representative :t f
Milled case no marks to show hat's inside.On""s Try the NEWS Want Column. 4riudrf'i's tile 23rs /or Vic. \\1
sr:p in i pan ; I 'Go on, bruddah! Tongue of the ninth Oregon district ; il. .

for Ariz.,Cal. Col..Idaho Mont.. Nev. N. Mcx Ore.Utah.Wash. ".\n' dat's why I say dat wen dttomptah died suddenly Sunday afternoonat r 1 ;
l the basis of 4 Oaartn S4 OO I
A*V B: on for by ExpreiM '\
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THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY j I an'r possum apportite to de Po'r Roberts & '
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1N'l CV DAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS MO ST. PAUL MINN brack man."-Uuston Globe. CHILDREN POISCNED. I : C ; ;' ;

DISTILLEBT, TBOT 0. ESTABLISHED 1866. I Many children are poisoned and
<& -DEALKRS IN '.' ,"
II Trick of the Trade. made nervous and weak, if not killed .

I The goods: we are putting on the ji
outright, by mothers giving them
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not as those we have boon sell"They're !
as
\\.IH.HY.: pure
SHORT STORIES. Honey and Tar is a safe and

T undrignedtakesthismethod: in?." certain remedy for cough: croup M::# New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. :" ; 'j'
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."f "'"Tji herM services as a The Kotcrmnrut (If the United State1! not? exclaimed the manu- and lun? trouble, and H the only i ;\:
: factunr.I prominent cough medicine that contains [|,1 j! "FREtH SUPPLY OF't':
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f' '_"l.; ,ieeiid midwIfe, gives! away ':lI'h year to farmers weds ,j : :
d 35 year experience. to the value of ?II I lSKHH). I j "No. Competition ions born so fierce no opiates or other poisons. W. :

r. :-ive be-t" of rffereice from Tie larjrt"eu'cirU'til pllml'ill; Plant, II| that we bate had to cut the price and A. D'Alemberte, 121 8. Palafox | RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS Bi, "
1- jinviciati' of this city. j we can't afford to put out the pure artl- street. 1
In the work! I Is that at Utah laklIt '. ||Jj) OF ALL KINDS. ... .
MKS. M. OIHDEXB: de at the present quotations. -- ., t.Y i t'
'utf IM "" iirh n,.VillifrR St.LTvICSOL raises <*,( MI.I"II'"' K.ir.oi.'i of water aday I For a moment the manufacturer was ; ) FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ;1 .
-_ for Irrigating; ; the Great Salt lake liJ ( '
\alK-y. thoughtful.:; :i & DAILY ;
"Well," he sail at last "have 'Bewareof HARDBRICK ROBERTS ,
Southern California produces, 22,000- Imitations' printed on the labels in 1.)1 I 11"I .'

W II) pounds of lima beaus annually, larger and blacker type than ever be- .. !j 218-220 Wright St., East of Union DIpole R! 1!

Cures Rheumatism. three-fourths of the wurl 'li total pro- fore."-Chicago Post. Thou el O. IViitacnla, Fla.ra; '
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Ix'atitiful memorial window In A certain German of musicto -- 1
i L I i It )wes conies jrlad tidings. professor

T i- i- the' horn of URICJ+OL. ThN'T memory Admiral Sloat. Commodore bo met with in English drawing A LEG, A WING, pl : .

'\ originated, after paiasf Stockton and Admiral I'arrasut 'Is aboutto rooms is an entertaining old gentleman.To s .

U': u'i: 1 lon.'cuntinued research, lie placed in St. Peter's rbapel, navy him recently a lady said when one AND A CUTTING OFF I' :'

I I.. d! ', : "f forty-oun years exP yard Mare Island California. of his compositions had just been ren- ; r
i : ; asutitly cnrpo Rheu- Agricultural statistics show that the d..rlIy\ one of the guests: h THE BREAST OF A NICE :Y !

_., .. i '. Lumtiirn. and average yield of wheat per acre in the "How did you like the rendering of lira-oil' BAND 1 .
I I'l i Iny.. Liver and 1'nitcd States is a little loss than thirteen your song professor?" TURKEY FROM : ;
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bushels and that of Indian corn a "Vas dot my song? replied the pro :
I i 1- i.i w. untquHand bttte less than twenty-seven bushsels. fessor. "I did not know him."-London L
1 ::1' I I' I ?!- u'i :end cues .HALF l ;
i ti. :\'" filled I The total steerage immigration to f'parcIolUI'nt8.. ... r fluVI\ ATEItS tS&! CO.

I --"'" |i'i it ..fa1l ;1 this country for the year ended June I ,
i I' tie ri\-< '-'"- !oiI I.., ;::0.> linn', was made up of Olti.fXW: Im- Ijoolc Out for Fe\er. -TO- t
111\11'1111'1 Th. For Your CHRISTMAS DINNER. Call, drop us a line or telephone aa .1,1,
\ I' I- lisrants: from European countries 2271 ,- Biliousness and liver disorder tar
i ,. I ii :.u.t\\IT \i.l:! nr"\c :: from Asia and 7,4nl from all other this: season may be prevented by and your wants wall bs promptly attended to. ; I
I"' .:. I I 1..1' slur to -1 if'TIII- cleansing the ey tem with DeWitt's :1 ,
I an.: 'rv .\ -IMliu eIpllahz .,1 I sources.There Little Early IU:>ers. Thee; famous ONE MILLIONGet R. 'V. WATERS & CO., I !

jtir::;':m' I i- I.l !liiud<, It an I If !- "....J I Is in RufTjloa young Irishman little pill do not gripe. They move .- i
tin. il t" in:irk a i trW f.i iu nll.j. wh' lolJ SI'S''S such! a keen sense of the bowels: gently but copiously; and :itS South PalarllSlrl''t., New" Sheppard .lillg.) ,

(' II -ei!<'iic''. pR2..IAIr.11!! it at *!II It smell that he draws a lar<:'! salary by reason of the tonic properties
,'. 'I''I'I".r We have the Choicest Cuts of Western and Home Meats also fhfck! ; "! '
|jntti > iio'ilf-8 fur'; hi SHIII!
< or from the Buffalo: Gas: as an rive tone and strength to the glands "
company Ii Our Prices BeforePurchasing and All Vegetables. Telephone/ No. 'HO. Ii'
-',.JnfJf.r,: T'l-r i-iil..r-. a'al. (.mk, ; ,\fl expert: leak hunter. Ilei'ently he located I|I Hariris' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, j .
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i ill rfrl! "Ir"-. .\ddT" ; Kihn. '
I a leak in the city hall that other Sidney
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IVM\K AMI'. 1 KtKiOKI '. ('II., l'
men had unsuccessfully sought for .
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4ral's(1L.'r I IHIi C'I. "'! : I .
l 1.x .\i /:/./i.SUl1.! tight joars. SEND YOUR ORDERS HALL & KLEIN ; :

I I I I

Will Sail For LaGuayra. I
wr--arrt----s_ PASU i'R'S': Washington. Jan. 10.-A cablegram to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or 500.502 S. PALAFOX STREET.
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'aYy4, I;:;:.r,44'' ("'.-:HAIR i, t....1.bo BALSAM,..! ti Ue liZ received from Minister Itowcn at tha I' electrical. work. Repair work arecialty. Capacity 50,0'00 Daily ,
). yr ,t o 'utur .r.t .."14. I I) state department the information ,
conveys
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t rai' lo lttst 1 /\1j :i rii :,* 1 nmi III: Color. that he has I Staple and Family Groceries
... (.IJ .'.....,.\: """ ID:, decided! : definitelyto ; .,
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: j up I'n".a fail for
1 aGuayra and the- United

.HrRlFr'S SALE. States within and he a week should or be ten in dajs.Washington The- ; f. {L AUNCH lflel- illan Brick Go., Select Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. f ':, ::1


II.i. \t 'it.on i-M'cti out of minister! also stated in his message /7-\l<:: ...FOR...

,!.htiiiinarouiity.u, t.r .".'rupnr. I''y lor-. n that considerable distress is being Pine Barren, Fla. Poultry, Eggs and Country Produce j :

'iiii T.iiuil \, \Vn.Irat. felt through the operation of the blockade I
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""IIInt. 1 hi\e liviMli' .iI
I, \ tat tlie /IHI| v. Vt ailc. in the cutting! off of food supplies. 7s"r: -. CHARTER MEN AND WOMEN. Telephone No. 358. i
.
R L''' uOUUT>' fur oash fnr' ':
I muri linii i> in the city (:REe rxnigGforannatarA _
"t' IN.on lii* : rstioDdAV.. Frozen to De :th.Sissf'ton. I The Elegantly Equipped hlxiap. durhargr.maan'maoon..
Ooirutrci irritation or ulcrratloni
I I.. ." 'inry.A.. il H.t:. at the X. I).. Jan. 11)-The twin aott.wrictorr. of mucous membranes.Pmni .
rnll )V III! tI"s"rlh1 i Naptha Launch CUPID f MiwtM. and :
> PainlnM not istrin.THEEViNSCHCMIUlCO. Liq uorsFOR
I'. .Lnl rxrnty..olultt, fily daughters; of Ole Thorsen a farmer, ga gent or poinonuui.k .
.r'oI/I. IWIIIIJ( Ylglltl' 7 miles from ht'rl''t'rI! frozen to i with Parlor Car Fittings, CIKCNIUT1OHB! Sold by DraggM.
..d.i, .rr..I. liv llllifiy (11'1'1) Tor sent ln plain wrapper.
I.a.rordtoPto limp of death in the recent blizzard. They I for a trip on the bay or for A C.B.A. t>7 ciprrn*. prepaid, for -
"I I'v UiotU Waf-un in lost their way among the (coteaus and ,1.00.or 3 hot tin 12.75.
'i 1 an niitl sinKUiar. the a cruise. Circular seat on rmuot
'nniDU Dud appuricniiKint wandered all night. perishing before I
,,, Al-o filli Accommodations for 40
; the dawn. The girls were 14 years of :8 sr e r ybody
-,.Mini-ii,li'r"i'.rrY.lo-u l' .x .l'H'U prini-:. age. passengers- WEEKLY ttcutr! > ui.,> 'I

''II"i ill b's
r. fiigruMuni FOB STEAM DIVISION l
Rates reasonable.
\ i 1'IIl'k.OI.llell\\( very
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'.. Ian iJi I I eiiuntt-rf and Pops Sends Telegram to Alfonso.Rome PENS COLA ELECTRIC TERM A. -AT THE- -l
1: inprti".ic.oiH< III) wire Landing-Pine street.
12.: The learned
Jan. pope
'.II.It'f 1I".k. twoh"C.( RAILWAY COMPANY
two ill I Ion I( tallies. this mrrnias of the attempt on the CAPT. STEARNS, Reliable Barrel HouseL!
-. uif ill cabinet niir- Tralci leave Penlacola tor the Lliu Kentucky
'iter in ."cl"nlIh liro of King Alfonso of Spain. He rerrivtd Master. Bayou,JIIg Bayou,Warrln& oD.NAVY Vn ,
.. .t., our ((1> cabinet of : th. news with concern and I and Fort i barranc at
'i'i stony" loa-r, one (1)'nett rent a tfleeram! to his godson congratulating I 8-30 .m.arrive at Fort Harr"nc i TlCa : j i;
watch nmkeis"v
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,. )) I 10:1X1 a.m.arrive at Tort harranoai 10:.)..c I
v U) gluhi; watch hm his 4)THE )
: on escapo.Foley's Friedman
xk..r'a sloul. on. Iti!) GUMBO SUPPER- 1:00 pmarrive at Fort Barrens .l: Cpa S. A.
'r. \1..1& lot ot Cuttand lab: p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas :15 pn ,
I furniture con. 8:15 p.m.arrive ac Fort Barrancas 'lt)}1II ,
Honey nerd Tar I I'e:03p.m.arrlveatF'ortliarranoae gUpc I .', I.I;
U :U. f:. MTH.I brchlldren.safe.sure nnlrltr.i -AND- Trains leave Fort Bariancat remit SOLK PROPRIETOFt. :r '
I"I1..r.l. oola at

--- .. NC'. 7:15a.m. arrive at feoeaoola __..8:00... L i "
11:00 p m. arrive at rNtneaoolAll par I am now receiving the Largest and most excellent assortment of ,
:J-00 p.m. arrive at feceacola_ 1:.! pan
I f SAMUEL CHARLES, I -BY THE- S-oo T-tO: p.p m m.arrive arrive at at PeDsaco'a Fensscoia! .___ IM S:4B p.p ; Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Gins tOF

'8.0 m.arrive at Peotacola __. a au D.a'Satnrdaye EVERY DESCRIPTION.ANo .
rL CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA p. : j .
J } SOOT] AND SHOE MAKER onlY
: the Finest and Largest Line of Cane Bottled Goods. i .J
1 HALL TARS FOB WEaK DATS.
ATTIIEIlt
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t: i REPAIR'NG NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT. Pant oal* 13 Port K rraaoM and retvrn tn. Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. l-

'::; ...;EL J Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes, Leather & Findings. Wednesday Night, January 14, Fen Fen-fccol ooU to to Palmetto Navy Yard Becalm and ana return return_ Ui 1ft I guarantee\ honest measure, best quality and lowest prices. lie sure to
I send your Christmas orders tit f
PHtltl ft
alt weather permits tile running i
Whoa s
1 Will also be Served.ADMISSION. open coaches. S. A. FRIEDMAN

A. :M.A.: very I i : Lean 11..m.8 PeniMoU.a. m. LT Fort 11 10 Barraaac*'m.mr 331 South Palafox Street P. O. Box 418, PENHACOLA, FLORIDA. .

1 p.m. ip.n. .
Gents 25c ; Ladies Free. I ,.III I ".m.
( TO AVERY WOOLFOLK.) i I p.m ,. n.

IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF I 4 1 ,p..m.m 5 p,.m m., J. E. DUBUISSOX ?? BROTHER :

Ip.m. Ip.m. i
: CHOICESToF PARR FOB iTTMDATrentaoola CORNER TAHH\OOXA> INTEXDHNCIA STKEKTS.
HARDWARE.
to art Saneness Navylardandretwra
j -oF- -____ MlFeniaoola Dealers in j
to Palmetto leach tat

Iron Nails Axe, Shove Is, Saw Mill and Steamboat : relurM.-__ __ Us Choice and Groceries 'i
'll'l'lif'I. Cookinir and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils FRUITS AND O CONFECTIONER[R\\I No Irclcht dyed an"lll.. m. Staple Family 4l

U'n .dow Glare, Gene Pi-toll and Fi-hini; Tackle.
t Our Goods are Received Fren Daily. Thpy are too macy to enumerate, j
.;It\< niil. Tinware aim lEousciurnishin Goods.N PENNYROYAL and are Warranted to be tbe Best the Market AUord* and can be ,", i'
FILLS Retied on.Vecan Duplicate any Order Given u* During the f:' f _
-< FOR KIRMINOUAM: = ROLLING MILL COMPANY! C. APOSTLE'S R ._r.-V .WrlBi.Jwif Ofl, .:nm... Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.:
eAYr: a tan nnr'e I.Mte.avlacma .
T '.. Giant Stitch*"! F.ltin.r, Northa nptcn F.mry ( >l: v. ('IilCHETEIEMGLtIIrfa r-
." el Co.. L 'tin & R nd Powder Co., Johrnou's Kiline. 14 East! Government. IUP"x' nabm...4 f..le.1'.te.. me'.na.alter-Men Ik.!"....... COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION. ; t'<
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: Iron Kin: and Buck Stoves and RingVm T-HW< *II < W nv 1.11
..... ".,.*,..r Une.a .r wt a.." p-. Box 326.
U\: ; & (\\:? Raw HUe Lace Leather, Masury's Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stan I _,.. for PtrtlnU. ,*!. TM n.,iV .... J. E. Dubuisson 4 Bro.. J t "r I
M ide Railroad Colors. M4 "aelrfr rl..ar.ar..i.. re. PHONE 66. ,
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11.71 .11.1. ID.WNI r..utaw. v.aq.rt. a. to
One car-load of Pineapples at "
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!a lJuie Temple J Fensacola Fla. I to '2.00 per doxen. :-.-......rw!Dr-st. 6.L-t.atd..t a...-.I.lU>r< 1..11.. l t'lI Family Grocors. .



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i THE DAILY NEW8I PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY JANUARY 13, 1903



i. A WORD WITH THEHOUSEKEEPERS. LIGHTING ..... ... ...v- ...... yy y POLICE DOCKET FEET- FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.



ti NEWS $OTES: LARGE TO-DAY
As J: &rly cs .every one knows Baking
Powder I*a buLe'& .a un,.1 f<*aerating bread CONTRACTCITY V\T :.RIIisI.IoBB
j' making it rind If Baling Powder la ( >m- .
1t1 put in eiiwliir ii,c,rti" UH, H rwuniuB iu perk J. A A
i : fnetiitiua BO hug su It 11 kept away from air TWENTY-THREE DEFENDANTS AT
I* *i and m istufP. ACIMHUI a ,,'at.*r UmlilmlUilSak- J. P. Stallsworth aud W. M.Fountain I

lag tact I'owdPrthe'lliVreBK'huiiiiialit uKinarh other, and In M.I doing atonvx litx'rat"K begot COUNCIL APPROVES ORDI- I prominent merchants of Mon- THE BAR OF JUSTICE. : ::

., "s whr'h, In E'S"III'ui?, F.IMM the l
dvixwU m..k"iUI"'I'f'\1S.ui,,m the Tit amount value of jtlUl llakinK It will gput-rate.Powder NANCE PROVIDING FOR today. I I
"(.O<>U L'Vk" will generate the argent

dt amount quirnsoulyoii of gaatt8iereenLl Mun.leJ f, irtwutifal ul, Ib"rt"f"r u( Powder r..- CAS LIGHTS. George E. Ward and O. A. Jenne, After a surprising lull of several For the Cold Weather is what you need. The most Comply

tu lUo mmrt of our. of Chicago. 111., tourists, spent a few days, the police docket was filled today -

? Richmond Virginia.tr hours at the Merchants, leaving with the names of twenty.three Line of FELT AND LINED SHOES IN THE CITY

At a special meeting of the city this morning for South Florida. defendants, some of whom were for
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council at 12 o'clock today, a contract of Misses O'Leva -
The dancing class serious offenses. The city treasurywas
A .1 and wilt be held tonight Ladies' Cloth Top Vici Kid felt lined
in the form of an ordinancewas Lushiogton enriched but 27.50 out of this $1.50
'a.SOCIALECHOES at 8 o'clock at the Catholic Knights
sl adopted, which provides for 200 hall. A good attendance and a large number, however. Ladies' Lace, cloth top lined shoes $1,25Ladies'
or more gas lights for a period of familiar char-
pleasant time promised.The Johnnie Robinson,a

t ..................wNNIt.1 five years. next attraction at the opera acter, stole a pair of shoes during the Congress, cloth top lined shoes $1.25

t 4 Mrs.A.W.Rannywill be the guest Those who attended the meeting house will be Gorton's Famous New fall festival. He left the city an Ladies' Lace, cloth top lined shoes $1.00

of Mrs. J. !B. McGaughy for two besides the mayor were Aldermen Orleans Minstrels who will appearon hour afterward, but upon his return

fi? weeks previous to her departure for Baars, Brongbton, Hays:, Keyser, the 21st. This: troupe is in every yesterday was immediately arrested.He Ladies' Felt, kid tip lined slippers i5cLadies'

s j1 her new home at Century about the Reilly Meriwether and Wright. sense up to date in all that,is pertaining

f' } first of February. Her charmingcottage The mayor called the meeting to to the minstrel of today, and was turned over to the county I felt lined slippers e r 50cLadies'

yt :' corner Barcelona and La- hare the only band with gold instrument authorities. ,
order as soon as a was announced boudoir slippers 50c to
quorum I ., $1,50
? "yam tl Rua streets, will be occupied on the }I I 1 1I A large house assuredly A fire at a hut on West Romana

a r }% loth ni.t. by )Ir. and Mrs. !t. I and the work for which I awaits them. street last night, accompanied by Men's felt slippers, linedMEYER 50c
n'l the meeting was ordered was taken
;imp-(/n. I I THE NEWS i is: in receipt cf a cries of distress; ; contributed to the

I II I I up ut once. I charming song which was: written arrest of Bud Fret and Minnie i iI .'- --
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: Tho ;e who f-rj-iyeJ a most charin-: : offered in substitution j j'I I
.t f Alderman: Reilly by a prominent lady of this city and I
rim > inz tea !h..t ia donor Bailey The officers were told thata
evening given of the original an amended 'I who has dedicated it to one of the I I SHOE CO.
i4r{ of their guest, Mis Bp'ittcxv'uod: of II most beloved old ladies of 1'ensa- man had killed a woman in the'I ,

.1i; a Mobile, by Dr. and Mrs. H. L.Himpsou ordinance, which, with unanimous I cola. This song is called "Merce I neighborhood, but when an investigation ; -

Mere Mis NicltoUou ands I consent, was read by the clerk. On Feet FunsMim for ['a-h Only.
des" and will be found set to musicat was made it was ascertained

{,, Miss Mary Nicholson, of Atlanta: ; I motion it was put on its third reading the Gem book store and music
3' I that a fight had caused the house to 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
Mi= Klua! Mis
: s Avery, Daisyeflyer and the seven members present houses.
Mr. Ross. Mr. Knowl Hyer, catch fire and a terrible noise fol
voted for its passage. N Ews' readers will be I
Mr. I'itt, Miss Porter and Mr. Mansfield : THE pleased I lowed. The two were firm ia denying
y; Moreno. The ordinance empowers the city to learn that Mr. Ben D. Beers has i I DR. H. MOCK
; today that they had been fighting ]
4 to have gas street lamps at $27 per accepted a position as gentral manager ,
and the mayor gave them the
of the Win. Johnson & Son big
Mr;;. W. B. Wright gave! au elegant year for each one upward of 200.
department store, which will take benefit of a slim doubt. Frost was
c. luncheon today m compliment The ordinance providing for a
to Miss Marks of Montgomery. Her effect Feb. 1. Mr. Beers is an up-to- held on a charge of being a suspicious DENTIST.
contract with the Electric Light date business man and will add .. m
r1 guests were Mrs. L. 8. Brown Mrs. character and will be tried tomor-
read the second time.A to the of that immense -
yq T.V.. Brent, Miss SpotUwooJ, Miss Company was greatly popularity I
row. I

Holdeu, Miss Berta Hyer, Miss change: in the original ordinancehad necessitate establishment.the closing out This of tbe will carriage John Burke and Hennk KUkin 28% 8. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building.
; Charlie Jones:, Miss Leila Reese andMiss been made and it was deemed
business carried on by himon fought about who was the best man.
4 Mamie Merritt. Each lady have the matter CROWN AND BRIDGE A '
advisable! to go WORK SPECIALTPl \
He .
lower Palofox
+ As found her place at table by means off street. Burke got the worst of it and was
before the engrossing committee and will offer bis stock of carriages and
lovely Gibson Head cards, done in allowed to go free. Kilkin was fined X!;.\co 1.\, FLA.B. .
pen and ink. The table decorations to defer final action on the matter wagons at a sacrifice. Be sure to .

i were pink carnations and smilax, until the return of Captain Northup. call on him for bargains. Sale be- $10.It -- -
and will close Feb. 1. cost Rhoda Thomas $10 or 30
gins at once
d the color scheme being pink and This was agreed to after the ordinance G. Mih
&
because she was not in court Co.
days
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; green. The effect was most charmin as amended was read. Creatore, the great Italian band I ,

;, combined with sparkling crystal leader, whose interpretations of the yesterday.

glistening silver and snowy music of the masters, have won him Manufacturers and IUI.I-T-

j..,, E linea. The Lively faces and dainty A STEP TO STOP THESPREAD great renown in New York City and THE WEATHER TO.DAY. f \ \
costumes of the hastuA-t and her I : Sash Doors Blinds
: elsewhere, will be here with his band! ,

i 14c gu'-u all nuking an entertainment I OF SMALLPOX at tile opera house January, 22. On ,

ta; j to !\il' rest< inbercd with pleasure l hy this occasion some of the most en- i LOCAL Fo66CAST-Warmer, tonight and Shingles,

.l all present I I I trancing band: music ever heard will i U'eduesJay: Increasing. cloudiness. lightsoutheast

I A matter of special importance be played, the numbers beins selected I Nluda.Temperature I Builders' Materials,
I
1 ,4 the WhUt Club meets Friday was called up by City Health Officer from the most successful music =-
in Last 21 Hours:

WA' ; atternoonat3:3Oo'clack: with 11rs.V. Hays in the introduction of the fol I this baud played during its run in Minimum.._. __......_................... 4.<1i>Krees Brick and Lime.
;[ \ K. ]lyer.Ir New York, where it was the mu,lc- Minimum_..__.... _......_. .......27 degrees
laying communication. The paper = Tolcl"hono IVJo. O.T.
craze all summer. Several:: of the
The people of llle at wan addressed to the mayor and city 1 Temperature Elsewhere: .
: your post baud soloists will be heard, including -

f ;l Barranca; went coon hunting last council and was as follows: j Mnie. Birili, the prima donna Mia. Max

.\tlanta._ ._. ._.____.1'1 :>'. :
1K' night. No coons were reported "The undersigned city health officer soprano of adequate merit who is to Bismarck._......... _......_._-IN WCbic&go BRAWNER'SCLEAMCE

riv caught, but everybody bad: lots: of respectively requests that an be one of the features of this great .._........___......_..04 i1*!
ap-
r I Pi pet nn at I _._.__ fl liUalvostoa :
; $ tun. organization. .._..... ._..__.HI 4<
i ( propriation be granted for thb vaccination Huron._... .... .. ._......__ lit t't
J Jacksonville........._ ._ .. IN 4SKanias
The Junior Guild of Christ church of such portion of the popula- t ity _._... ._ ........ 0 Sii
x.I The Secret of Long Life Key west .__... ..... ....?..........V. ill
p 4 will give a rpception at the residence tion as present laws make possible. I Memphis .__.. ?...... ....... IS "I( SALE
Consists in keeping all the main Mobile.__ __..... ....._..2' 4''
::1} of Mrs. H. T. Wright on Thursday "As is well known to yourselves, 1 organs of the body in healthy, regular Montgomery?..___.?.....?_. i4 :SINew
'I afternooa from 3 to C o'clock. The I I action, and in quickly destroying Orleans._..._..._..._aI 41Sew
r there exists at this time a corsideriblo I York.___._.._. ......__ members hope that ihon friends deadly disease germs. Electric Savannah ...__ .. .irt 4-
I number of cases of smallpox and i Hiupr regulate Stomach. Liver and St. Louis?_? .._?....?....-._.04 14 I .BEFORE TAKING STOCK...
who are unable to attend will send 1 ..
there have been quite a number Kidneys, purify the blond, and give --- -- I
their cards with! the modest retnem1 ''It| splendid They work I
appetitp.
OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S
1 inee a-ked ni the shape: of twenty- I under treatment that Lave now been : wonders in curing Kidney Trouble, :II I i8 Boys' Double-Breasted piece I 54 inch Heavy Ladies' CI.,tl ,I.' all

f -..) cei tThe afternoon promises discharged.: |i Female Complaints, Nervous Dis- suits, all wool, worth $3, t-pecialfale ; Colors, regular $1 yard, thi -.1.' *
y andlal..rl:1.
eases, Constipation, DyspepMa I
j i .uci pleasure to those who attend Fine oysters today. Try them. $1.98: *ult.Remember. I
"Wherever it has been possible to { :\ : Vigorous health and full line ofBags' yard.
; I iu the of music and other at- I NIC APOSTLE.MARITIME. vie carry a Shm 41-
way :strength always follow\ their use. Five Pieces Black shark
i trace the infection it has been found Pant, from 3 to 16 age, at
traction Only 50';., guaranteed by W. A. prices to suit evf ryb">dy. inch Dress Good, latent oat regular:
ya n t i that the disease has been brought to 1 D'AlembTto, druggist, 121 K.'uth Look at our Show Wii.dow forprices $1 yard this sale S'Jc yard.
,
i r )r Chaplin Brown of B irr.uicas: spent the city by laborers: cowing from Pdlafox street. : i iI on Ladies Underwear.We 3S piece" Fancy nr"*- (ri. ,'d-. WII l land
carry a swell line of Ladies'
i the morning in the city today.Rev. : I Alabama where smallpox has been I A FIFTY O CALENDAR. I 1 Flannel, and Silk Waists at prices so 74c yard.Silk, regular ?I yaW, tin- -ale

. ; long prevailing and widely spread. everybody wear one. ,
:; ; .
I>r. Warner arrived from i N. W. Ayer & Son the Philadelphia CLEARED. 70 doz ;MPIJ'S Heavy French Neck I Three pieces All-wnol mack H -n-
j "It is proposed to vaccinate all I I who have I It bk Macalneeco, H>s!t Ventura, for I Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; rietu.: silk: warp, regular; $1 yard "u
advertising agents, a
New. Orlains; this motuiiig and H 1 : L<"i yae.. l laborers who have lately come from national for lumber. .">4iiUOgft' timber value *!l.iH I
reputation "keeping
the gut of Mr.! and !Mrs. W. H. i Ital bk Krliclna Kvrrara.fJ1: !. Cniuzza. by GO doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 3t) pieces 30-inch All-wnl Tricot
f $ KnowlH. He is hem? entertained outride the city aud also those who I everlastingly at it," believe in sticking Pcn'acola Lumber Co ,for Marseilles ultaIV'OMift '1 I worth oOc, special Sac; all colors, regular Sic yard, tbi- -ale

on the buy this evening. have been in contact with the new to a good thing when they have ; lumber.' alo's'' B It sawn Umber, drawers to match. 25a; vard.
valued at$7,4 0
one. For instance, their calendari I I 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts t.r Just Received a Full l Line
{ comers. This precaution can be I worth $1, special 7Gc; drawer Waiotings; regular 2ja yard thi- sale
f W. G. hay, of Columbiu! la., isin i i for 1903 follows the design used; for SAILED. I to match. 15e yard.

r I the city for a fey' day*. Mr. Day i is! made compulsory under existing several years pat, but with new col- Hwpd bk iladen,&4 9. Anderson, Prroniavona Galway 100 Hoz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 Lidie Ready-to-Wear Rainy-

f. Y I a new commercial 1 man: in this district conditions without any further enactment oriug. And in truth it would be Ital bk \anUunro, 1-W1----- Hair Undershirts, worth JI&O. special Day skirts, worth $1.60, special sale
$1;drawers to match, in White, 9Sc each.
li and this i< his first trip. He is and it is believed that! it hard to improve upon their design; B. H. FAIRCHILD Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-

;j J representing a clothius; II')UM will go very far towards ending the the dates are plainly readable at j We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk I Day Skirts, guaranteed all wi,A,
n1ti fifty feetyet the calendar is not Unpleasantly t7PfIOLBTERER: Shirts and Drawers, worth $3; special worth 14, special sale $2.19 each.
difficulties under which the
department : I' conspicuous it is artistic, I to close $1.20 each. 60 Ladles' Black and Colored:
Terrell Williams the ;
D.
.' dueling is now laboring."An 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. 25 doz. Boy's and GirU' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth $1.60, special
and useful and it is not sur-
young business man of Milton, is a i slmple: I and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at gale 9tc!? each.
1 'aroet Worn and Furniture aSpecialt
l ,r Pensacola visitor today. appropriation of $M) to be expended prising that it has become so popular Refinishing. 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladles' Black Tailored and Figured ;-

under the direction of the an adjunct to business offices 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and Hklrts, worth $2 uO to $6,special

}t )! that the supply never equals the demand. Phono 406. Red All Wool Undershirts at OCi; sale $1.98 to$I 98 each.HeadytoWear .
Boiler Samuel health This
Inspectors Taylor department.
: money I match. <
[ drawers to Jackets, our pri"
:1 I and E. O'Brien arrived from Mobile will be used in the employment of : j I We carry 1full line of Ladies', $1.48 to |8 each. You will saw

::1 today, leaving on thfirt train While they la=t,one will be mailed R. K. WHITE, I Men'* and Boy's and Girl shoes money by looking at ours before
and_ such__
reputable physicians: police
. u n Ito address for 25; cents which that 25c
't north for other points in their dis- I any we ran save you on. buying.
: here business assistance as they may find to be :i barely covers cost and postage.; ( Witchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler Rf'memb"r-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy at IIW
trict.
They came on ,
I and Graduate Optician, of Men's Clothing Bougnt at hoc on to $;a; worth nearly double.
U I! II# but after transacting same they i I needed. i Special communication :I dollar. We will close! them out at 49.Boys' Dnuble-Brea=ted :2 ; -c"I I

:I !ff were pue..;ts of Captain Kryger who Alderman Meriwether made a mo- of cambia Lodge No, 15. II K.atk PtUfoi St., PeaueolaEli just % price off other merchants. I! uit,'.worth 11.50, special c aUJ'.
.: F. and A. M., 7:30 p. in., I I
showed them the
over big steamship A
tion to the asked
appropriate sum Wednesday. January 14th. I I IBDJI Ii
I I;" I Manchester Corporation at for. The motion prevailed and an Work in E. A. degree Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Lookat
I R inroad wharf. Visiting brethren cor- i Ours. Remember the Place
,
taken.A .
adjournment was invited.
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W. D'C. KESSLER,
t I ew Orleans gentlemen here top Guaranteed Cure fur Piles. HARRY. GIBBS, W. M. s oKEI 105 S. Palafox St. F. E. BRAWNER.

p f\: diy are George Vernell, O. J. Paul, : Heeretary.I -
Itching Blind, Weeding or Protruding
li. I. Stone, B. R. Calm and Harry files. Your druggist will refund
your
liI't ; I)emery. They are all commercial money If I'AZO OINTMENT alls to cure I FrirndVlth a Rf'UrTatioD. I

t' i I men. you. 50 cents. Mooney Brace up mon! Troth yez I
i mlm Wij M m [ SHOPSI r
I II luk as It ;yez didn't boy a fri'nd In th" I NOTE

whole wur'rld.110ganOl .
j J. E. McCoy and R. K. Harris.mill J. I. STEVENS ho.n't.MooneyG'wan .

men from Atniore, Ala., are here on ,
.1 : If it ain't money 803-805 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
: business today. THE rALATOX STREET JEWELER.,
Oi'm
want t' Lorry. as! good Iiri'nd

I I IIt Dealer in Diamonds, Sterling Silver (yoz as !\'cr :ycz bed.-Brooklyn Ufe. CIGAR Yfc Cods ui Erajllii ii this Line Kept t Constantly c en EEL

t NOTICE. Jewelry, Watche, Enameled I

: I Arrangements: have just been made Goods, Toilet Articles, Canes, Umbrellas LOST. l'romptlVork-Itea.onablel'riee'4. J $ S HUGHES Pron[ n
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by which all subscribers to the Atlanta : Rings, Bracelets, Etc.,, ..* ** PHONE J23-292. J o j* jtA ft I f l
LOST: -Monday morning on Palafoi.
Journal will get their papers
Clocks Glasses.
Opera
k regularly every morniBg. street a Ladies' black seal purse, that Each is
? Delay: in the past U in no manner We are offering for the Christmas Finder will be rewarded by leavingat ; i See Cigar

dad to negligence on the part of the holidays bargains in Diamonds, and I Pensaccla Terminal station.If Stamped. CREENHUT & CO. ) II

I Juurual's representative in Pensa- .
are showing a large line to select e'
cola, but to another cause. FRANK REILLY
1 Subscribe by postal addressed to from. We have everything suitablefor i I "'

'? T. Wentwortb, Pensacola.J. Christmas or wedding presents,, aNEITHERtbee&ptalu.owaerlnor 1 I SOLE AGENT. ....WHOLESALE GROCERS,

} i A. BRYAN, and will take pleasure in showing
tracted by the crew of Mid .easl'l. ---- i
Traveling Representative.
ocr goods. PHILIP I.UKATH.GnlfTranilt .
Co., Captain. Nos. 102 104 106 East Government St PENSACOLA, FLA.J" .
3 tie !Best: ,
I OlbKrlbe for THE:\JW3j lee per'reek..t 120 S, PALAFOX. Consignees. iiu: udgin's, fir 5c.i ,








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