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Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Creation Date: December 9, 1902
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VOU 38. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY AFTERNOON. : DECEMBER 9 1902 NO 74 ,,;.' i It)

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BORNE BACK TOHI8JLDHOME I ._ I I'BIG FIRE THE OLD RELIABLE I f




Jim Dumps declared, It Is a fact: >, r I IN ATLANTA :

To win success a man must act I I i!
But when pQW
Jrel Uent digestion fails; to

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work t I
THE BODY OF THE SPEAKER
'A 1 The man himself becomesra I'I Ir r i

Throbbing CONVEYED TO PORTLAND-A I shirk. FIVE BIO BUILDINGS BURNED IN "OY AlHDP

Force' suits mycase, itJ] gives I
SIMPLE FUNERALCEREMONY I me vim; I i i THE GEORGIA CITY THIS Ii i

i1eaulC aelJ II I'll move the world," says Sunny I II

..,.. I i J im."J'FoRCE" I I MORNING. I :

iw a cause for headache. Wailhin-; ol1. Pec. -The body of I I ,

en troubled by headache Hon. Thomas JJraekett Heed f.,r- ,Special to The Dally News: i iATLANTA )
it is generally due to bil- merly speaker of the House of Itr- I
li estiol1. But women i Oa.: December 9 --Tne''
\\hich seem peculiar to resentatives: who difd last night II
I Ingest fire ever known here raged
lent nervous throbbings left here yesterday afternoon for !
The Eeady-to-Scrve Cereal
I '
,- it not seem as if such Portland, Maine, Mr. H ed's formtr in Atlanta this morning, on the I
-1 I'ar to women must be at
womanly disease? \Vom- home, where the Intern-put will take Viaduct and Marietta business

with diseases peculiar to place on Tuesday afternoon. Thy: makes willing block, wiping out quickly five ofAtlanta's Absolutely Pure.;

., reali/e the drain of vital were placed aboard a special traiu, worKers.Sweet I \
big structures.
nerve force they undergoof leaving Washington at 4DO o'clock, THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTESEEKING ,
disease. It is thisae
The loss will
familiar headaches of scheduled to arrive at Portland to- property probably

> morrow. crisp flakes of wheat and malt. exceed $1,000,000.There --- -
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w 're( 's Favorite Prescription The body was inclosed in a casket, are no confirmed reports of
headaches by curing the with oxidized SOUTHERN HOMES.
extension han-
heavy
1-gu.anty, weakening drains, any fatalities,although many rumors ---. I I
ulceration or female w eati dles, and on the top was a silver
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have been circulated that persons Wisconsin and Minnesota Families to :
i\ ,nte Prescription" invigorra"s plate, on which had been engraved
the entire system, en- the Lfkee GiantRefreshed. had perished.The Settle In Alabama.
up following simple inscription: e
Birmingham Ala., Dec. 8.-Thirty
.
the nerves
tl): appetite, quiets fire in the t
refreshing sleep. "THOMA8 BRACKETT REED. was territory thousand acres of timber land In '.'
"I had been enacting
a i with congestion of the ntrnisw October 18,1839.December : from dyspepsia bounded by Peachtree and Broad Walker and Winston counties havechanged
.ikne 'for five years,"writes Mr.I.I r
< ,f Albert Hasting Co. Ont. 7, lOO'J. occasioned by severe streets and the railroad, and it was hands within the last few
K nd nervom I could hardly do S mental' labor, butFon.'e'hascorrt'Cted days, lump sum of $400.000 being in
iUvtrc, path in back also diixi- the biggest and quickest fire known.
,d :My heart would beat so SKETCH OF HIS LIFE. It, and I feel like a consideration.The .
it limes I would have to sit till giant refreshed. Fire started in the basement of Jasper Land company which
But after taking four
olain.
"llIRRIN
< 1-avonte Prescription and Thomas B. Reed was born in Port i'lTZOEBALD.lTOf Snook & Austin's furniture house. field options! on |radically all the tract.

Mcilicil.tti one inscovery"box of'Lotion I feltu land, Me., October 18, 1839, and was Other however made the sale, Wisconsin capitalist
it
.. .. reports say beganin
.-.,r;"'HMioncs' sY directed.. educated at Bowdoin, where he won S. .- --.- _.-- .--. being the purchasers. Charles J. Winston -
r.\ trouble have di.ap.h the kitchen of the Viaduct Res- Charts J. Gilbert, Neal: Brown
.
turnl I thank your the prize for English composition.
\'.. i-jrdicine* al, taurant. and J. II. Koehler are among the largest -
..nt Pellets clear the He taught; school and studied law 43COT holders in the new purchase.It .

-,... Kn the breath.II.NYi.la.tlN' four years after graduation, but before In a remarkably short time, the is the intention of the proposednew

admission to the b.ir he was appointed Knock & Austin Furniture House, company to divide the land into
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< : ; acting assistant paymasterin the Guarantee Clothing store, the 40-acre tracts, building homes thereon I
the United f;tate Navy, where he 60 DAYS BUCK MAN and locating several large saw mills.
.
\Mi; Ilnl.: TAIiLKTS Hub Clothing Company had burnedout
served in the Sybil, which patrolled Several hundred families will he located
'
the Tennessee, Cumberland and completely.The on the land before spring it is said.

; ::11\ after eating Mississippi rivers. After the war FOR DIED SUDDENLY fire then spread to the Xor- The promoters of the scheme have organized

I renter colonies and effected
;:"< appetite. he returned home and was admitted CONTEMPTj cross building, which was destroyed

i bad; taste: in the to the practice of law. In 1SGS and I development in Wisconsin, Minnesota i.
I within hour.
j an The flames continued and California and great things are
IbC'J! he was elected to the legislature, I
',Tpid.oustipattd.. ., to travel up Marietta street, expected! of thrm in western Alabama.A .
THAT WAS/ THE VERDICT ARRIVED. MJ' 1l f\"MP Au OLD r"oo
and l"Cu; : S"U'LttLoud : .
\. 1:1 to t ;;; >tat t : 15 rciio stretch of railroad will be

iJiche.li.hoii became attorney general the same I burning Jacobs' Pharmacy and the built right away through the belt of
AT THIS MORNING IN THE j EXPIRED IN THE CRAIN t
-. year. He was elected to Congressin I I Williams hotel. The fire wall at land! and will connect with the Tris- ,

",. .' !". ';',r.\".rite y'.ur appetite stom-, IsMi and served continuously until O'NEAL CASE.Jude I' ELEVATOR TODAY Roses' liquor home finally stoppedthe to and Southern railroads at Jasper

i'--. your ISbO, when he declined renomination. Ala. It is estimated/ that there are I
iuur liver and destructive flames. I
r h -i.-. Ii\,' all druggists In that body he was chair- 200,000,000 feet of timber oa the land .
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... purchased. It Is stated that after the
He'- of the committee, was
man judiciary old Foils a Deadly Attack.
: Hwayne this morning Sen- Murray IVmpy, an negro,
timber has hen
cut off the land, it
f. W. PEAKE the minority candidate for the tenced William C. O'Neal, the was found de 4d in one of the grain "My wife was so ill that good will be, or rather most of It,
Bpeaker-'hip in Ifabl" and 1S87!: and physicians were unable to help her,"
chutes the L. & N. elevator this admirably adapted to agricultural
at
banker, to GO days in the county jail. purrposes 1
elected that office iu 1J&9!.I and
was to
'r ictnr and builder, writes M. M. Austin, of Winchester, .
..:melt work in first- again in l&'Jj and 1S9T.!! This decision was arrived at after morning. His death is attributedto Ind.. "but was completely cured by

'I I it rpt ollliblo rates. mature deliberation. I heart failure. Dr. King's New Life Pill?." They PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENTS.Many .
Hot Rolls at 5 10o-
.1,1 tt It o South Palafox p* m.,
:!i : doz., at Solomon's. When court convened yesterday The body was conveyed to the undertaking work wonders in stomach and liver
I r troubles. Cure constipation sick Nominations For Southern Offices -
at 3:3J m., evidence from several parlors of Northup &
> p. I headache. 2oC at W. A. D'Alem- Are Made.

gentlemen who were eye witnessesto Wood where it was viewed by berte's drug store, 121: t;. Palafox Washington. I>>co. 8 -The president
I(I street.
the affray between Mr. O'Neal Coroner Wolfe, who deemed an inquest __ today sent th:! following nominations
!I to the senate: !
BRAWNER'S I and Mr. Greenhut, was heard. Several unnecessary, as physicians CO TO t W. PEAKE'S, Collectors Internal flE''f'n'lWil.1Iam .

!' ot them were of the opinion that I said the above cause had brought on No. 30 South Palafox street, for your K. Howell. district of Louisiana;

the knife exhibited yesterday morning death. electrical work. H.. I U: prepared to Mica II Jenkins district of South Car. "

--- -- do you a flrst-claa job at moderate olina; Thomas Thompson, district of :
was not the one that did the
I What for extract is important Phone 203.THIEVESloF Alabama.
prices.
SPECIAL you pay
_ : ef i
cutting. This point was disputed, as but what you get for your Naval Surveyor of Customs-Elijah I!

three witnesses were not agreed upon I money is ten times more important. W. Atkins port of Knoxville. Tenn. ,.

f the of the Mr. It rnell's Vanilla cots more because Naval Officers of Customs-Elmer E. j

CHRISTMAS SALE appearance weapon. worth more. Wood district of New Orleans.

Leap. Mayer was positive, however, CHARLES BORNCharles Collectors of Customs-Henry ; .

that the knife shown was not the If you wish to purchase Christmas MrCall. New Orleans; John W. How. : I ::1

r presents for your children do not ell. Fernandira.! Fla.; Fred C. Cubber- I' I ,
one used by Mr. O'Neal. fail call Mrs. John F. Pfeiller's
to at ,
YOU CAN SAVE MOMEY BY CALLING BEFORE EVERYTHING ty. Sa.ntfarks.: Fla. ; ;
No.211 East Intendencia street.! Born, the plumber, residing ; 1
The evidence all in before .
! IS PICKED OVER. was Thomas G. George, St. Augustine. I I !<:

! dark and it was generally under on East Hill, is looking for a Fla.; William II. Lucas. St. John Fla. ; I'

IJ t inch Heavy Ladies' Cloth, in all \ 73 Boys' Double-Breasted 2 piece stood that judgment would be given ARE PUSHING man known as "Bad Eye" who, it is Second Secretary or the Embassy at ; t,;

dots, regular $1 yard, this sale9c!: ) i !Quite ull wool, worth $3, special pale reported, went into Born' barn,taking Rome-Ixwiard M. Thomas, of Pa. [ ; I'I r
this
ard. flUS I !' suit. morning. j
Remember carry a full line ofHoys' THE WORK therefrom a complete set of har- .
Conductor I
Five Pieces Black Shark :Skin, H. When court convened there was a Sues Road. I I
Pants, from 3 to 1G at (
. h Dress Good*, latent out, regular prices to suit everybody.Look age good crowd in attendance, includingthe ness, a sack of oats, part of a sack of Charlotte I N. C. D.>c. 8.-W. K. j 1 J .I

i ard this sale Site yard. at our Show Window forrrl't's defendant and with corn and other things from the store Rand, formerly a freight conductor on ,. ,; i t
on Ladies' Underwear.We pUintilf, Surveyors and contractors are the Seaboard Air Line has entered j' ,
. t
piecesgulag Iryardothis wool swell line of Ladies' their :; house. The thefts occurred last Fri. suit against that road for $40.000 dam i'! .
m : $1 1 sale carry a attorneys. Judge! wayne reviewed pushing the preliminary work toward i
i ard. Flannel and !Bilk:; Waists at prices so the case and then pronouncedthe day. Elias; Daniel, a negro, has ages. Rand alleges that while at : i I ,
everybody can wear on>. making the big changes' for the work at Cheraw. S. C. he fell between : I
i f pp pieces All-wool Black If enI 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck been arrested for the crime.
sentence.Mr.
railroad about the depot two cars and was run over and badly! I
this comoany .
I silk warp, regular yard, Moreno Undershirts
!
20c
special ; ,mashed, necessitating the I j!
t yard drawers to match. O'Neal was not taken in cus .today. This morning the grades Rebuilding Burned District. amputation 1:1:

: 'ces 30-inch All-wool Tricot, GO doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts tody. Notice of an appeal was given Greensboro, Ala., Dec. 8.-Since the of an arm at the shoulder. The accident :
taken
rs, regular 35c yard, this ale worth 50c special 35c; and measurements were one fire Nov. 24, the business part of Main he alleges, was caused by a defective : J:
drawers match. and at 3 o'clock: this afternoon argu- shown coupler. i4 ;
d.UGTJut to of the improvements being to street bears a sad aspect, with its ( I!; !
deceived a Full Line 8t) doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts f I
for the ,
ments bond will
snpersedeas r
.', be the extension of the imitation handsomest block of stores in ruins. II:
!,'*, regular 25c; yard,this sale worth $1, special icj; ; drawersto # '
d. match. be heard. It is said the case will be stone sidewalk: the entire length of However since the insurance adjust. PEARL & DOLIVE. I r! ': i'il t

Jies Ready-to-We Rainy- 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's taken directly to the United States railroad ers have come and J. A. Blunt, ownerof I'
irt", worth $1.50, special sale Hair Undershirts, worth f 1.50. special the property on Wright the buildings has begun the work 11' i i 3 'I. ,

$1; drawers to match, in White, Supreme court. street. It was stated that material of rebuilding! things look brighter!; Call on them at the corner of Gar- t :
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Ready-to-Wear Rainy- Red and Fawn colors. .
would be work Most of the merchants have openedup den and Alcaniz! for .
H. T. McIntyre, St. Paul, Minn., brought and com- streets carpenter :
irt-i, guaranteed all wool, : We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk #
In a corner of some friend's shop,
-pecul sale S2.4S each. Shirts and Drawers, worth t3j; spec- who has been troubled with a disordered menced at once. and electrical workor phone GGO. ; :1.I
:'it's1 mack and Colored ial to close $1.20 each. stomach, "Chamberlain's so the situation is not Quite so depress. oJ ..:.
Marts worth 25 doz. and Girls' Ribbed says ing as It was. Try THE NEWS Want column. a
#160, special Boy's t :
Stomach and Liver Tablets do me : !.1'
"I. and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at TWO YEARS ATNASHVILLE ;

Wack Tailored and Fig- 25c; drawers to match. more good than anything I have Knitting Mills Burned. .. }

1 worth J2: 50 to Sti;, special 24 doz. Boy's! and Girl's Gray and ever taken." For sale by all druggists ; Cfiarlette, N. C., Dec. 8.-The Williams !- ...BIG... !.-r' .J 1 I J'/
JlO' each. Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c; and medicine dealers. PEN knitting mills one of the largestin i 1
.Wear Jackets, our prices drawers to match. ------- ;Lt i ; t
western North Carolina, were destroyed REDUCTION ,,;
each. You will save We carry a full line of Ladies', Marston 5'$ Quina have a -- fire Saturday morning t$ !t J JJ.
tokiug at ours before Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes by 'Ii
Rattan Parlor
line
( fine of Willie Jones, the which had Its origin In the boiler room. I I : 1
that we tan save you 25c on. negro (female ...SALE... .1'
1 vcrcoats, heavy at Jl.50 Remember-We carry a full line Suits, and odd peces; theyare distiller from Jackson county, was There was little insurance and the loss I'.11 ; :

nearly doublertroubleBreasted I of Men's Clothing Bougnt at boo on better and cheaper than falls heavily on the stockholders: f; ii. ;
2 piece dollar. We will close them out at taken before Judge Bwayne this I 'I

Sl.50. special 9Sc suit. I just !ij price off other merchants. ever. ___ I morning and sentenced to two years Prince Oscar Injured. Mrs. N. BDwers1'\ i :

Solo- Dec 8.-Prince Oscar 1\ ;
Clam Bouillon at in the federal Ploen, Russia ,
Nash-
penitentiary at
Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look mon's. Try it. Emperor Willian's! fifth son, has sustained will hold her Annual Reduction t' : !f
villle. This is the prisoner whom a sHgbt fracture of the collar Sale of : \

Remember the Place, Do you want a magnificent watch admission at the Atlanta prison was bone through falling: from & horizontalbar. i
The in-jury will not Interfere Trimmed and Street Hats .: !
for little money? If so, call on refused last week. ,

___ .\fox St. F. E. BRAWNER. Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate with his studies. For One Week, beginning Monday,. !
Hot Chocolate with
Dec. 8th. Ladies will do well
you.fudgiu's Cream Hello! central, 3//>'). Best fruit to j;
at Solomon's. call
Whipped early and Secure
Scribe for The Daily News. lOc. week. the Best cake made, 25 cents; per pound, at 'i
per fir DC.. Pfeiffer'a Steam Bakery. BARGAINS IN FINE MILLINERY. t

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DAILY NEWS: PEN9ACOLA,' FLORIDA, TUESDAY DECEMBER 9, 1902

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TRIBUTE IS PAID TO All Gold and Silver CUIIECOTARRH


coined of the
by the. mints

THE MEMORY OF REEDThe United States in 1901 multi CRTRij $ a aotr Ahl BAIN

plied by two and one-half, does ,

Uf' House Representatives not equal the assets of The 18
'
; Fasces: Resobti Il3. Mutual Life Insurance Com Iy's Cream Balm .

Sasy: and pleasant
of New York.
pany .0 use. Contains no'njurlonndruar. Qp15
SGNAL: MARK OF RESPECT. \

.' .",-, .-- Total gold and silver coinage, 1901 (It iquickly Absorb ...oIf1!.

'-< ,. .", ......: ...A For House to Take Action on Death of ed. at lvCOLD Icy' HEAD
:>?' : y' >' $: ;.: ;
: ; $135,882,250 j It and
,..- .H : Former Member Has Only Three pens cleanses tilt :to
-" '- '/ ::",,; Allays Inflammation.! Id I'

: :: ': 'Z ;,= :. ;; ;. Precedents: In History, Namely, Ben- Assets The Mutual Life Insurance Company the and.Membrane.Smell.' Lnrg Ke:-olze.tlc.tore-l'.l u ,-'

mall 'I'rta181N In ,
... ton, Elaine and Stephens. ; lUc m.li .
Ik! _: ...: .i- 'w.'j: : ; S $352,838,971excred 56 Warren-tn KI.V Ella< ".
v /1'0 ; '1t:1. ..:.,'" .,...., ., /..... Washington Dec. S.-The house today t
"' .- ,V:7tt.; .' ..$&,.'.,} ''. ":;,--- .. ..... ...
f .: : paid a remarkable tribute to the
[.,", \ .. : 'k;:"i': r:: : k'r ';i.f wWi'Hi: \ t"-, \ .j ,.- memory of Speaker Thomas B. Reed. box of any other company in the world. i CURES WEAK MEN FREE.

\. "f!;. .' .: His death had created a profound impression This Company has paid policy-holders more than any.
.. /.li*.%. ,jASvJB. ** .I.. :.: other in existence,
company
::1' ( ,.,""* &&.M&U and there was a universal
111"011'11
Love and
\ .. a 11.11'1" ,
of ::1 -i-i'f H
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!: desire the members that the .

1t j 7.t-....,, ;' :{; ''4- r.1t-Lj; }i'f\c t s G e r\t.I I y; house show amolg a signal mark of respectto $569,000,000 How any man may for quiet All
'' ; J after of
years suttenngfrom
house to
\ his For the

1 ; ..,4Y; ) .: s 4 .'.' I Acts P I IesardIy: I ; take action memory.on the death of a (omr Write today for "Where Shall I Insure?" etc.cess,,and lost enlarge vitality email, night weak loh*. u

:. \ in size and vigor. Simply sent
: member had three precedents
only
__ ,. : .: .,.......,.,. ./ ..:, ... THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE and address to Dr. Knapp MM
4 ( \ : its history, namely the occasionsof Hull Building lietrou. Mi,
on
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ra :,. ; :,, ... \ :::: : 'C t. 5 BerxeficiaJIy will send free t
: ., ..' ./.1...[ '" /. \.. '1 ; the death of Benton, Blaine and COMPANY OF NEW YORK gladly reI pi1\.
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/. :! J." ,f: lions o that any man may<>a
} 4 j vt.'. '-.1\-\: '/ 0 ;;#\ : '::"V'\.jf;: ;. ; cts ........ Laxative.Syrup Alexander Stephens when the houreadopted RICHARD A. McCunov, President. sell at home. 'htslicertainiterousotterand .
.. lr.\lly''s. IbPli'llownii' '
f I.. # out a\
resolutions and adjourned
(. : : Fr' :;".:';.:"':.t'., 7. CECIL AVILLCOV, Manager.Jacksonville tbflr dnily maillum i.
..I.' < '" '-.-i.:.". 'i .: of respect: their memories. It was Fla.U. of their generosity.!
j '
:
/ 'f..i": .i' .."' 1 : / II of Figs appeals to the cultured and the decided to follow these precedents. At thanks"I'ear for Ilu-l''a.: yours. of r*act>c< .Igiven i p-

1_ .5 ;\j."......l' i'. -.j'4 '',' well informedandtothehealthy, because its com I the! opening of the session a feeling II. 1HOKXTOV: Agent, your treatment a !:,,, ?
rs \ the benent has been .
a /" ,-n ':' '...; .. ;"'i:" \ ponent parts are simple I and wholesome and because tribute was I paid to the ex-speaker by Penacola. Fla. I completely braced me extras up .1,

l r 't_. + '-,. ; >::";S- ::; L\ it acts without disturbing the natural functions the chaplain.! Xo business was transacted realize vigorous bow happy when I a am.(lot" ai :

:/! :..,.. "' .....'..,.. ," .: ;; !;.. .. \':'" : as it is \\'holly free from every objectionable except the arrangement to postpone CARPENTRY AND I "l>ear Mrs-\our method. .
the special older for today-the :. fully. Kehults weree3iaristrength ( \ \\
d; ; :,t ;!... :: ::';_"'" quality or substance. In the process ofmanufacturing I \ ; and vigor hat .
.I .
Locfon dork bill-until tomorrow.Mr. .
; ; '' used ELECTRICAL WORK ; turned and enlargement (i-
/ o'/ :1i11 \ figs are as thf'y.are
::
: : : ':\"., I S of Xew York. then factory."
? '.:;:,' :-; -:" .... .:; "rs '.. ;,} '. : \,.\ pleasant! to the taste, but the medicinal nman. "HeariMrs-Yours wa r. .
,.. amid profound silence, arose and. in a liGII.1 .
U .;.,<,.:':...: .;.....,,'(..\I"'!::.).{" >j.\t.\if-\ :. ?\l ....._.:;.'' virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained{: : I few feeling remaiks: offered the following King up Pearl & Dolive, phone ( directed no trouble sn I making can truthfiill u e nf -. .

\ ; :\ ':::':.; :.i ;'C. :.- : r. [lr'1. : : from an excellent combination of plants i i resolution tl..ctnclI I' to weak! men.and 1 am KrativMzc.ttrensta "
if have
or -
: !':, ** 'fr..r. t. P II : / '/ known to {be: laxative and to you any carpenter All viijor. '
ft \ { ';:' fff: / medicinally: "Rernlvfl.:: That the following minuses corret-poni'.eace: is !:
4tt1 .
+ r "',,:.,t1;, :. i.t- : C i .I .' : .... ... ...... work you want well dune. tial. mailed In plain .. ,,1"1 ireceipt
f f .. .. ., .: .:. act most beneficially.To .
"" 1:'" :::: ;> .' ; .1' be spread) upon the records of ----- ----- is free for the s-kin.- .

: 'f.\:.:.',-a.. ..,:. """ :;''"". \;....J.r.J.. / /.1 t.::.;....':" 'et its beneficial effects-buy th;? the house of representatives: every man to have. It..

\ \,::;...', w... >,'e..l... :,"'"..I ..'iI':;,.'.-;"nJT.,:>: ..... \'""-(., l.:.. .lr....:.: '... rt't'I1Ulnt-mmutaturl by theLouisville. I "The Hen. Thomas Biatkett: Reed FRUIT CAKE.Don't MIDWlt'KMThe :
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fruit
;:. ... : 'W( ..';:: .. ..; buy your Chi istmli: nndersigaedkPtif
'--".'.'inr.._. .:ii".,",. .-_\__ ., I 22 years he was a member of the house
'\. .Co' ;.... -... ;;:,",.:- ,.,.. _. ., : cakes elsewhere, but go to the Wet rvtleriiv herera ,
k ., ,\ ..."'"' and for six:
: X ( years its speaker. His
iJ!".':,' ".... Br-t-elass licensed tuidw
.r"'I i.Vt!<1.---::.: ::.=:'. '1."r, "" 1'.; ,' ; service terminated: with the Fiftyt fth Florida Steam Bakery: and get the I ing had 35 year t sCan

: ::J ;' i\I congress. Within this chamber th give: best of refen-ii ,
4'iiffft.i
'l ( J.l I ISC'fDe best made at twenty-five cents per
; //tIft /.., ,r. ,"., .' ,. ..........".".'." @LffO of his life's great activities was I leading: ; physicians of thiMKS. c "
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#;' : i1'-;'I ,.;:,,(':-1.;...;,.:.\. :t.-tP: \- laid. pound. M. On'ilf -
'I Here he rendered
services to I
_ ... ...' ..t...".":1,.(I J.,'.;"..::.:".:."."".'."""I:.' his: country which placed him in the I _______ --- -- ___n --- Jltf Ill South) DeVili ,.

1&s 'l...,,:,"-:,..:::r.;. ,;.::.!" ...,,,. .5 ..1'F"r r\cisco. Cal I. ficnt rank of American statesmanshipHere r NOTICE.

!,. .;, : .::.:,(.. I Hy. new York. N.Y. he exhibited characteristicswhich 1 I have been authonz 1

rr t i 3, _.:\...> for ezklcby alt: dr ji.5t.s. Price fifty! cents per bottle: compelled respect and won ad These subscriptions for Win.Bryan's J. ,

miration. Forceful ability intrinsic tiny Capsules superior paper, "The ('''.H 1:<11

pn ; worth, strength of character brought to Balsam of Copaiba 'I The price is |1.00 per :\i. ,
him popular fame and congressional Mwl* and Injections. I'JDY vance. Those desiring\ .,
I They 'lire in 4ff hours the I IS.Ye \ can have it sent to them |b. -, 'I'I ,
r leadership In him depth and breadthof
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----- -- --- l.na5r4 "ltJJI"I 5nllnnn $1.00 to undersigned.H.M..
d F. Skull:! Crushed: ;; by Kick of Mule. intellect a full and rounded development "4 '. rut o H* ii r n'jrrIST; I. K.. HIiAilCKESCO. -
fiM **? i.I \\'. S. nillirrl'a rnrror.It COLD WAVE IN WISCONSIN. Wit f'oiut Ga.: Dee.Quite a had produced a giant who towered Carr li. //1'\; ,-

u1 t is said that \\'. S. Cillicrt; was serious accident: has happened to little above his fellows and impressed

: meals for the l>ar, and his fader. Vats Trains Delayed-Stock Is Suffering In George Wainwright. the 8-year-old! son I them with his power and his wisdom.

I R reluctant to st t him turnip;: In other tensely. of Mr. R. W\m\nigtt. proprietor of j! "A distinguished statesman; a lofty

r rl directions. "If you would oaly stick to Milwaukee. Dec. S.-Reports from the \\>st: Point roller fQ'ering'orks.. ''I' patriot: a cultured scholar and incl- .

I '{ + g it." saM tlio elder! <;m'l'rt.11! mijlitbifonio Wisconsin: and upper Michigan cities HP was sent ont to a pasture to driven .1 Sire writer: an unique orator an unmatched -

a ul t }i' t lord claliwrrar.! :' I show the weather to be very severe.At I ; foin... HC!'!k. among which was a j debater. a master of logic.
Plumber Gas and
.J, L ":II 1 hl!:ht." auvtTcl the author of .iadh'on. \\'is.. it (is :2 degrees; below ynr.as mule. He ane very close! behind I j with and, satire; the most famous of Steam Fitter.

c. 1 ;?t i the "I'inaroi-o" to i.e. surd if I stick to t zero this mornng.: All trains in weft- The! nule and struck him pith! aFw'i.h. I the world's parliamentarians ,

3t r i' i '' the theaters 1 may; IKN-OHIC Sheridan. : era and central parts of Wisconsin wh! Feat the mule which had I I great and representative citizen of the
No. 5 Sonth Palnfoac Street
i ; Onus us liktlyis! : the other anti of the are from :"ft: to a" minutes late. At !ton fl-c'l! : V-"lpd! tith(\ boy on the j, American republic has gone into his-

t 3 E ii' two I |.rui'ctvSh 'i'idan." )l.afn-.rsc the temperature is 2 degrees he :u "'nishin: ?; flip ?!:ull aai"ijiiving: tory. All Klncioi Plumbing and Gas: Fitting Materials! Keu-r Y-'

.iq i That wasaVrefvreiice lucky for the Wow and it is growing "Ropolvect That in I . .. .
Hit ?, zero, steadily a p-irtion; into i'.ic: brain. Dr. A. F. honor of the -*- .co.- < 4 !w .rwoarvr,4 1

lovirs ff the Ma;; I
Reports received at Oshkosk indicate i1! removed an inch cud a half' of.I When the reading: of the resolutions!

T..ko'hlnl: ;'. that stock in the surrounding I| were concluded. Speaker
the skwlj) from the brain. The child Henderson
'EIpt F Mrs. Crete (who thinks of luring)- I country are suffering from the intense is hardly. alive. j asked if thprl''a objection to their Liq ors

t 4't nut is the s'irl: honest! : ? Can t-he lit) cold. Marquette. Mich., retorts that j present consideration. The silence
il
( trusted? the northern pMiinsula was visited! on Six Above at lndianapclis.lndiana.orb I remained unbroken. The resolutions FORr

s d Mrs. Brown (tin1 :girl's former mis- Sunni: by the most severe snowstorm I ; ; Dec. 8.-At 7 o'clock I were then unanimously passed; and the -- --

1 i t' tms....-You need: 1 not lie in the leastalarmed. of the season. It is'cry cold.VIIIIIPII this mornirg the thermometer showed j house, at 12:30: ; o'clock, adjourned

t < She i i. jit-riVi-ily hOIlI''t.11 6 above ti-ro. The indications: are for - -- ---

r H 'I t the time sin- w..s \\ii\i' \ nui never \ la \c\v /ealnnd. I rising: temperature toinorrov.- The | Sico m\\'.\1:)> $IOO. f IJ\\\\ I u r rTTIIE
Lnew her take thin
l to it :: not' even mycdvice
It us to how things; :should be A man with dau;rht>Ts need tot; fed! cold wave came from the northwest The reader of this paper will be I r

d."I'. asbainiHl in New Zealand. He's :1 i 10litiiiil At Terre Haute the thermometer dropped plea.,d to learn that there! i te at least ,

''t ; fi.' ;2 itI l IKIWIT. a big; man in the districtin : from :31 to 8 degrees above. At one dreaded dis.-a<;e that science \ -
lio tvsUt-s.! All Portland the thermometer is at 8 degrees '
vthicli wnuicii over has been able to cure in all its stages;

ai: I STLTT x Pyspepsia, nventy-niic years of age; I'nll'lt..., sn above. Telegraphic companies i mid that f catarrh.. Hall's Catarrh

?,5' xg* I Indigestion. tIP man \\"ita many daughters uftrndecid j report the cold wave has damaged Cure i is the only positive cure now Reliable Kentucky Barrel 1-Ioiir\

'e'tt hiIf CELEERATED Belching !! .'s a cU>sly contested cKi-tlmi. their sl'r"iC'0 a great extent. The j unwu to the medical fraternity

+ 't Heartburn Tli.-ii n::: in. women are notch soughtmatriiiioiiially : wires have contracted and are broken Catarrh being a constitutional disease
t
or after for tlu'y are I.ut.l1U1J11J1'1'I' at many points. requires a constitutional tivat-
asf ; ConstipationCan 1 tnnt. Hall's Catarrh Curb is taken
r d by the men two to erne.Thore ---- S. A. Friedman
? h ; p % he cured by is no nod for woman Incoming IN REPLY TO iMjriKiES: WP hnvf' Internally, acting directly upon the
tlie use of the pl"aur" in announcing that Ely's blood and mucous surfaces of the ,
t I : Hit t rs. Hundreds an old maid. The women are good
Liquid' Cream Balm i is like the !solid i svstenlthereby destroying fonn
n. have
so
'r l : t"'stldd! l. Tr.vltcun. dressers and the styles are as nearly preparation of that admirable remedy datiun ot the di 't q ( w and be. up ti> date as those of London and in that it cVinses' and heal- patient strength by building up the
vinred.our New York. mernbianes>I afTiced<<1 by nasal: i constitution and assisting nature in and
i '
UK.: Almanac catarrh. There N no drying or I doing its work. The proprietors I am now receiving the Lar most excellent a;;? '

Aa' ; .. ; ,is now ready !Pea Tall ;onEpzingThe Liquid Cream Palm: 1 have so much faith in its curative Wines Liquors Brandies and GinsOF
1. Ito STOMA\H lift a copy 0 mm Bobby-You have: always shown a I is adapted to u-e by putienn who powers hat they otIer One Hundred ,

'i, a IT'rEn 5 your druggist. I predilection for vest talcs, h\\'I'IJ't you? I have trouble in inhaling tlironsrh Dollars for any case that it fails to EVERY DESCRIPTION.Aho .
;
I" it EY ii t I i-. free. II know you always n.-t-U to 1><* reading I the nose and prefer 'prao'iugThl' cure. Send for list of testimonials the Finest and lyir;pst Line of Ca o Bottled G', ''1 t-

-- them when we were in college.; i price, including spraying tube, i iil 75 1 Address F. J. CHENEY & Co., I
Attention Given
to
Mail Orders.
I
I cent*. Sold by dniiririst' or mailed Trledo,0. Special
Yes and I still like thorn us
IHcky-- ;
that I bv Ely Brothers! aft Warren .Street.i (CT Sold by Druggist' 75c. I guarantee houet measure bet quality and lowest pric -. l 6 '. ::
the tit tea
much ever. Hy way.
as
1
'4A14 Tk:1: ', \Vhtia D & >Ifx voyage: I took last: year 1 was much i I New York I ,end your Christmas orders to

astonished In fliul how unfamiliar the

; ': INE UPI9NCE pallor were with sea lanjniasc.; Theydidn't CASTOR I A } S. A. FRIEDMAN,

tts e ,, ; talk a bit like the sailor the I IARDi 331 South Palafox Street. P. O. lox 41S! PEX'ACLA. KI.OU1O

Sw sN i >r .!.t! ,. 4; AND Looks tell nliout.-Buston Transcript. For I&iants and Children. I m


+' 't rLljh REAL ESTATE, team Fruit Bakery.cake, bet, made! at Pfeiffer's I the Kind You Hate Always Bougft i! TIME TABLE.

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ti C u Daa:tt tn,
No.I South Palafox Street. i LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
O.AS'1" iSZA.ie.ra I
::74 i l the 1'.I Kmj: You Hal! ?:trig a.'II;:; u.r of I't' BRICKALTAYS IN EFFECT IH-CKMBKK 1. i901

Partial Lit of Desirable Dwellings !
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]atnre.ff
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New Orleans and Mnbile
n 'j4 ipr for Rent in Various Parts : n I ,(.t"/-.t/ """ -- -- -.- -- -- --- -- ,----
of the City : '
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,0.8. ? 0.4. ,0.2. !\o8. No. !
i. :; $j.tX'I.arg.Sl"ry; dwelling "'IIIIClllar .KNKUAIi KKIOCH SCHKDl' 1:15 a Ulfim'1 1lOi! p r..a1'8_, I'.nucola _..Arrlybm a 4:151 p Ia9)
1f 'Ljr 1 and attu. cuataiutng rooms; all if You a %:t7 p : a : L.ave.! .... ulomaon. ._. Leave t % 1\ tan P : ,' t
a oil-MI i-onveuienceis in most de- I Following i* the schedule ->f the HgvgRheumatism \\ ON [HIND lIIJU a 4'G' p 455 II L'-ava ..._ Mobile .- Leave l ofO a't 12:111 n
yy ,r, uralne. P..clI"U0.; 1\ West La Kimurtet. ] {oyerunieutstf'sinerCieuf-ruf French "'I .__ _::I'op' 7SIla: _-Leave."swirleani.-. ..:: i.Pavw_ ,-,.:up 1fi":!
!!!o .n.a; >o.
i p &s: f (! Lli.tit-iwoanda-bsllltoryhouseeoiitain i i which THE NEWS print for the N ort h.
; e Ing I: rooms; ail modem romeii- !
t I 1eUCea.situatrdat >o. Til east: La .hipheir No.2. Nt). '. So. I .o "
U- ; l j f Huaslrert. .HALF. I Leave .. 6 ."am
1L t6pm It:15pm Pen-&cola..Arr'YP 4:00pm:
i yl |./UV-I arifei-.tory dwrllinK. I" rooms at I ;pons; : .. .. 8:15am .:;1pm Arrlve... ont"'>m"ry..l.ea\"tt 11:15am v \5 6 0
i1: 'I 1, No.AH KHM: iiovrrniiiHiu ,tractdrt. Leaves IVnsacola ?'n' a. mStares '-.a G. 11:511 am 11\11 pm Arrl'" Humiagiam ...Lave saaam t pm
}.!IJII-LarK..tor"ll..IIIO coutainin VronniK Karrancag. Tftca m the greet tested and $ 1:05pm 3:11I1t m Arrive....N&IlvUl Leave .. .. .
K } alto all tuixlrru conviulencea.tiluateoo I U-nve( Pickens ?. -<;O,) 'I. m. UI SOL Pndolved (:'ahformaRemeriy -TO- %:.1iJ am 5:15am Arrln... Louisville ... Leave 915pm: v.m
;,. i tau} -::) Norlli tigyieii ."'I."f i: uenvei Itarrancan '*:1SH. m. U will cure 7:20om: 1159am Arricecineinnati. ... Leave ':I%) p m i1.: [ n
} bt"I't'IIP1t.oog and I ilrontu.tr.el... ; Lot!'ves i'tn..cola.m. ...... .. holba.m i : 1:11 IA: ) p m Arrive .10" 1..001. leave -, r rr .
( al _
also cures Liver. Kidney and ,, : __ ': 4-5 pm'
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: : .torydwrllingatNo.UNc't! Bar- 11:1U
il and
.,. e | Arrives rtarraccn* a. m. then bIBJI..r !
diseases, CAUitJ by an zcess o(
-1 ; t-eluiitt. with Hims near bell line i abkes a trip to Fort Mcl>e and then r6-
DVS-'t PENSACOL4 AND RIVER JUNCTION.I.
# .aterand gas throughout.I''l ; 1 I urns to Jllrra-clU. uric aclJ. It never iuili. and builds cp ONE MILLION _
4
: 00-l-otury dHt-l.ing on cult Hue, No. ill 1 ated Karrancas rinp.ru the health and Ftrergth while Cling It. I
r i r West Gregoryll-twt en hens and litShclers,7toum4b.theityaateraud Leaves i o. 9-Dsiy Sc. :"_" ..
{ Leaves 1'...II riacc,1 a 4n::ip. m. Price $I per bottle. For sale 'Leave.
by drnpjristH. if dmeel! can not 1IM m 11)) a m p.uII\Col.Arrln 10:611 p m a.:"x. pIU
} 4'ufe .jauwltcry gat. ..ethug\o.N12West! \Vrlgbt .Leaves flckens Barrancas.6:!<0 p. m_. and. 0:15 tL p.m.Arrives ..kt.. I... luppl,you it will your be sent prepaid upon 1Jwgll'p 1:1'1"' u ........ Iobpmla......... .. 1O1"I ,,
........ 't '.
of Address 7:18" YDltohtra 4" 1
ed -i'W f receipt price. 12O": : 10:
) CuiuaiDlnKT ruotns city water nnu rap to licit'e and rttarn. I ..
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aithlargNlotonpromlueutcorIn II Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing 1 :2S" 1UI": .Klc.rnbla 10:32" .f 7
gas On Wednesdays- Saturdayu the I: U:1I": 1:11" ___ Hul"t _._ 10:49 5t!
ner residence district. Urlescl! Chemical Co. Los AngelesCal.
-' $1.65-t-itury dnelllog; at o.II: ) West coat will leave Barrancas via Pick- a 12\11": 1:1'1" -.__ Harp ._ 10:21" 6.ft
I.... or tne 7:115" ...._O'aCIt1..__ 1016" '.:
Gregory street w lth ca for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. 12:50": : -

at; i ?X rI''} So-l-story l line.in good dwelhcg location.corner Chase and i The General French is for army I L. N BruCrwis & Ce.,1i, w rrlran L I IIJO;&I"a m 1:11I.__ "" ____.(.;.ood. Milton Range.-- ....._-. "" 10:10"...... t 5 .:."..

tturceioua streets.5 room ;purposes only and any outsider mim 1 l i 1:56" 815 ii .-.. Holta _no __ "1 DS5" 4.r3r
'ld& laurydwNluugNo.ltlEastlCrlghts from the 2 Distributing Agents. a ;!Q" M'3Q: -. "IIIl'gan 9:24 1:11:
4 :nave a quartermaster .
Hfeet.o rt-oiii,cit.T .ateraod gH118.00 -,. pas I : tis.;: 8:3H: ::.-::: mt"le... ::: in": t
e her.
-New 1-story dwelling.: No. 418 UestCba > Jrp pficpac" 0) i" 8;<)0" 8:1i'1: ...-._Deer Land.-.. 8,4", .. ..
t .e street,S rooms, city water and I -- 11:23" .:10 _. "o.y Head .. 8tJ" ..
{ Rf gas. l! In the Justice of the Veace rourr. Second -- -- -- Opacity i 50,000 Dailjflcfdillan '::03" ':SI\ ..De 'nnlak8prIDKL" :18" -
i' Xo _......... ... .. : "
'I 1IS.: ; -1 story dwelling :w En t Ir I'istriir, Esi-arubia county: Klortoa. Try one of celebrated 4:1: 11:44 ArKyle. 7M
our
44 zo-I I .... "
: ; j ry.trrrt.d"ouissu le t line. ':") 11:67 .l'c.nce1)\ [.AoIL.. 7:29 -
|:5.t O-l-o'y owelllng, o. 7i" Kast: Or- J. E. Wiitiama/ Fl. tf S Felt Mattresses. 6JO" 10:10 .. .WttvU. ...__ 1:17" -
t i i x, vanlr4slIPtlurar ::!ot. Kutherlae'v ,, vs 'tttacbmentdanag a $ 6.UI"! 1'1:15 .. .._ laryvtlle: __ 7:11" '.
J. I'.J'bD'un. \ lew ...__ ba',5'o -
l CnaFelArainsouthousrsaudlargelot : They never pack or fU3" .hoptay.- ,
,,5 cornering on Sib avenue. |I i I ThedefenUut J, I). John'on. "1.111111.-111. grow 811) 10:41"b! ley.. .._ 1):111" .
1' 'I' A large llstoismailerowehines. a- wens ,, erpeis >n lutrre-ted. are required t-> appear lump Better than a hair ( Briek Co. ftt'J" U\J1" .. ....CQIloniJ"le..__ 6:15 1 ,
t $r asanuwberofstorrsaLdotacrauattENr. lii atxive ciu." n the rue day in. .I...,- I 741 116 .._-Marianna........ 4:00" ';
f s, i I uarj.lwa beini the iith Q\y tberetif. tnatiress! at half the price. 7:30" UI6": ,. ......- CJpr"'s._ \IM :' L ; '
t, THOS. C. WATSON i CO., I I v IIM! H Constable.SecnrdaasriceDistrict i i 1:10" 1I5 _Grand RI.1ge.._ 5I L
Leading: Real Estate, xenialand Insurance K camMa c"<1nty. Marston & Quina. Pine I 1:1'18" U:06 noon I .. .. .. ,... hnra-is .. .._ 6:1": :
Agtlata,1Southt'atatox.trees.: Fimida u'S3aawI ; ... Barren Fla. 8U" 1:16" Arrlve.RI"- '"cctlol1 _Leave 6:1""' "
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THE DAILY NEWSl PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY DECEMBER 9,1902. 1.. 1 ,

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::;::: DESPERXDO'KILLS TWO Temperatures In Southern Cities. .1 I I'; !

Louisville Ky., Dec. 8.-Freezing The Matinee Girl r ;: 11r.
I Runs Amuck and Terrorizes Town of temperatures overspread the country | :

Nicholls, Ga. south of the Ohio river i ,
II to a line .
I Way ross. Ga., Dec. 8.-Town Marshal touching north Alabama :
Mississippi at the Play J : 1 1I
1 I. II I ItI I Wiite Holton, and a small boy and north Texas, the thermometer in JJ

j were killed and a white desperado, Lee many places!; recording the coldest I I I Ii
I
I! Cribb badly! wounded as there ut! of weather of the winter. Rain fell !nj i I i -a I c THE MOST ATTRACTIVE I t

.t, : a small riot at Nicholls Saturday! afternoon. southern Texas and much snow is re- ti

RJ I' porfcu; for various points in north I I

; Nit'hops! is a small mill: town on the I Texas and Oklahoma. Some of the 'i: ) CAlENDARt HI
/ Atlantic and I II
a Birmingham railway, 30: temperatures reported are: Lou!sriUe.

wile= from Waycross. ''18; Nashville 26; Memphis 28: Chattanooga I b ) OF THE NEW YEAR I

Ic Cribb came to town and after 22:::; Fort Worth, Tex., 2C; Little I 1 (1903) J

loading up on whisky proceeded to Rock Ark.. :23! ; PL Smith. 34; r Consists of six sheets,each 13 in. bf
I I create a i ( \ ,i 10 in., in It colon, with an added It l
disturbance. wi
Montgomery, 32; Atlanta. 32: Char- 1 special finish that gives i it the true
White! Holton. the town marshal, alien lotte. N. C., 36; Augusta. Ga.. 36; Jacksonville i1{ ,' water color effect. The accompany-
of the
of subjects -
1
jug reproduction one
I'I :.itrd:! to arrest Cribb and was shot Fla., 46, and New Orleans (t greatly reduced iu size and j'

anj almost instantly killed. The man EO.; Fair and colder weather is generally t without the enlivening effect of the i
rich coloring, gives but an.impt'rft'Cid.'a |
I then became dtsj>eiate, firing his rifle' forecasted for the south. of the beauty of Uus: charming
/ I j I at everything in sight. One of the f r series of plates.

I bullets struck a small t r Haw to Obtain It.-5>nl anywhere
boy. killing him
/ Child Fatally Burned. tA prepaid, on receipt of We,
I| also. Cribb then went to the Atlantic Charlotte, N. C., Dec. 8.-Little Dewey ,? .: ; COlD or nt>Um He |in"' ;fUmpa OB prepaid and a on Uloba receipt

I]!, and Birmingham depot and attempted Lee Core the 4-yearold daughterof 1 design label taken from a Gold Band
for and the
Bum be pontage
Oft
to get at R. L. Ferguson the Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Core, who live 1 i61, Globe: design label from a piece of

,| agent, who had backed inside the de- In Dilworth. a suburb of Charlotte Yr Uold and a White...Label.onOR.CneUnb forte postage Bacon

pot. Failing' to gain l.ibfhOR. If your dealrrbasn'tthesemeats
entrance. Cribb
1 I died Saturday as a result of burns re we will mail ciilend.ir on re
procei Jed to smash things outside of ceived. The child was playing in her ceiptofrklntamps If you send at
I an order for one piece of either of
the depot firing his rifle at the build- mother's room near a wood heat'/'. lea three product mentioned and
also" give in the name of the dealer
,i ins and breaking1 windows and doors. which was re-hot. her dress caught 'VAUDEVILLE through whom yon wish It delivered
_
i J. 0. Har*. a young sewing machine and she ran from the room into the A HVl1Jor q.sfcA: to aru.ticealendareanbe.avedby you. Tbu.4.ooftheprlre of thU the

i' asrit.. of ITcuilas. then appeared on hallway and by the time her parents --..mm-- m. odd choice goo *.the above
\!) 'th.- RUT?, when Crihh attempted to reached Tier her dress in I
was a light
I
i ARMOUR PACKING CO., Armour Station Kansas City Kansas. '
1 eh11"! him. Rome unknown party blaze. The flames were subdued but I

Two severe cases of Ovarian Trouble Own; tired I at Cribb striking him in not until the child _"__a&_ horribly burned s

tb hark! of the hraj with a load of aboutthe limbs and body. She)! i'
STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ
n' two terrible operations avoided. Mrs. Mr,'!1.< tet.I filed in jrroat aor.y. iFor rIas\ilieu( AdveriismiMts(
.1 I'T.f time the three bodies lay
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; f Tucw Cos: )lOX, Cuptain,
and Airs. Coleman ; m neighborhood of the depot. I
I Inns each tell
Over Sixty Years ,
i While th shooting was going onto I will make regular trips between

thf np-giboihcod; people went in MRS. WlXSLOW'S: SOOTHING iSYRCP bal Pensacola, Point Washington and I ONE CENT A WORD.MON1JV
saved .
they were by the of I '
use their houses and locked their doors. been used for over sixty years by millloc tot Leave na 'len street
Freeport. ) .,. ------- ...............
mothers for their children while teethingwith
I wharf Thursday'at t5 a. m. and arrive -
LYdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. perfect success. It soothes the child, TO 1.1'NIJ.
DEATH OF THOMAS NA3T. softens the gumsallays all pain,cares wind at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. -----...,-..... ,- .-. ------

colic, and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. MONEY TO LEND on improved
n MR*. I'IXKIIAM I am so pleased with the results obtainedt "Father cf American Caricat .lre" Dies
It will relieve the little sufferer Im real estate, in lane small
poor or
and arrive at Pen!'acola 6 p. m. same
E. I'inkhaia's
dia Vegetable Compound that I feel it !
a duty 'in Ecuador mediately. Sold by Druggists In every part day. Fare, round trip $5; ; one way, amounts at low rate of interest. .
write
ilege to you about it. Guayaquil. Ecuador, Dec. 8.-Consul of the world. Twenty-Ore cents a bottleBe $3.: 12nlm Call on Leslie" E. Brooks attorneyat !
I
i itit'ered for more than five years with oinrian troubles c us- General Thomas N'ast. known as the sure you ask for"M rs.Winslow's Soothing law, 204jg' S. Palafox St., Fisher t,

:pleasant; discharge, a great weakness, and at times a faintnessw "Father of American Caricature," died Syrup, and take no other kind. f I I building. 3mlm I!
-- -- l
w, over m which no :amount of medicine, diet, or exercise here yesterday after an illness of several l >1 r a

w l n' "n correct. Your Vegetable Compound .found the weak spot, days. The funeral was attendedby FRUIT CAKE.Go MONEY TO-DAY-Do you teed l

rl u within a few weeks -and saved me from an operation- the governor the consular corps, money? You can borrow any \
to the West Florida Steam amount you want today on easiest 4I
u '_, mliles had disappeared, and I found myself once more healthy the American colony and by many terms and lowest rates anywhere

dl-J .1 Words fail to describe the real, true, grateful feeling that is I friends. The coffin was wrapped in Bakery for your fruit cake for Christ- obtainable, on improved city real

w' I, trI: and I want to tell every sick and suffering sister. Don't I the stars and stripes.Mr. ma?. They make the best. 25 cents estate! -from Wm. Fisher, 204!. 8.

?. w h medicines you know nothing about, but take Lydia E. Pink- N'asts' work as a cartoonist was per pound. 3dtf. Palafox Street ln-tf
Vegetable Compound and take word for it --- -- --- -- ------
hamN my you will be a well known to all Americans and in
a \\oman in a short time."-MRS. LAURA EMMONS, Walker- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. IF YOU want to borrow money, Invest -
.
fact, his fame was world-wide. money, insure your property

He was appointed consul to Guaya procure abstracts of title, buy or

quil in May of this year. He was W. C. ROWE, M. D. I *s 1 sell real estate, rent property of

Another Case of Ovarian Trouble I born at Landau, Bavaria, Sept. 25, 1810. any description, have rents collected -
Office: 17* S. Palafox.Hoursfrom8to9Y0a.m.and1 or your taxes attended to,

to Op.a call on or address T bo;?. (). Watson
Cured Without Hon. H. Richardson III!.
an Operation. i F.
| and after 7 o'clock & Co., Real Estate; and Insurance!
Atlanta. Doc. 8.-Hon. F. II. Rich Flioxio OS. Ag-t>nts. Pensacola, Fla. Charges

"Dnxn )[r.s. PIXKHAM For several years Ivras ardson, one of the best known newspaper moderate. To everyone who buys

troublediti\ ovarian trouble ami a iwinful men and lecturers in the I south is I a lot from u* we will lend money I

and inflamed condition, which kept mo in bed part dangerously ill at his home- 'n East JOHN Q. BEARD, I with which to build a house. 84-tf

+ of the tim('. I did so dread a surgical finration."I Point. He Is suffering with kidney When Santa Claus I

'.t tried different remedies hoping to get better trouble and a nervous affection. It is ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. )t1I (I(')'..ftrtcn'choul.

'A1 but nothing tented to bring relief until a fric'ndwho thought that Ie111 Le confined to his Arrives I
OtUCE'--3O'J Thiesen
Building.
had been cured of ovarian trouble, throughthe room for some weeks. While his Office Hours 8:30 to 1 KINDERGARTEN School will be
a. m. pvm.,
u>e of your tomjionnd, induced me to try it. I physicians hold out the strongest hope 2:30 m. to 6:30 m. opened at 3.1 Dist Wright street .
p. p. f
You welcome him with cheer Miss
Oct.
can 1 by Margaret Mnclay.
/ took it faithfully for three month, and at the end for his recovery, yet they state that Practice all state and federal courts.
JJfi- of that time to 1 find that I veil All business entrusted to me will receive fulness and brightness when your ZOo U
was: glad was a he is in a Ferious condition. Mr. prompt and diligent attention. _
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\i \\oman. Health is nature's hest gift to woman, I Richardson has been prominent as a home\ illuminated with gas. I-'or U.nl_ = .1.

;s. -... awl if you lose it and can bate it restored : newspaper man of exceptional abilityfor The holidays should be cherry, and ---'- -",------.".

through Lulu K.llnkham's s Vegetable (' >mliouivl a number of years, and as a lecturer wilson for your dining room, your parlor I C. K. of A. hall for rent or dances, I.

r I feel that all suffering women should and speaker on Chautauqua and I George hall or bed room there is nothinglike I i etc. Apply to A. M. LeFrancois, ,

: -' \i.- know of this."- MRS. LU'R.BELU: 'OLE- college occasions there is probably no the soft, rich light that radiates Thos. John on cf Dan Murphy.

I \ MAX, Commercial Hotel, Nashville, Term. j man in Georgia who has. a greater rep. from good ga?. If you are not con- I H----- --lm: i I IISMAiL

utation. Union Depot Store. nected with our pipes send us a postal store and welling. cornerCoyle ;
iiit'tnenibir such letters alnive when triesnnething
as some druggist I
and A streets We;;t Hill
.. ; together ;
and will have
1 or telephone us we
; which he is That is imx
just as pixxl >sr -
says Mr. and Mrs. Dillon In New York. or separate. W. A. Du--
Ii. medicine has such a record of cures as Lydia I:. l' nk- New York Dec. 8.-John Dillon Fresh Eggs, Chickens, TurkeysEtc. your: house lit up by Xmas. boison. 26nlm*
itn" \ one
:"Ialll Compound ; accept no other and you will be glad. !
Received -- --- =- --= =- =- =-=-===
i the leaders of the Irish Nationalist ., Daily.

Ihnl't lu'.it.lte' tn write to )(Pinkhnm if there is anything party is at the Hoffman house with hIs Pensacola Gas Co. ..._ IlAIlt G.Jn
Fruits Vegetables and Nuts of All ----
aixMit toot sickness. you do not under:-taud. She will treat you wife who arrived on the Umbria from I Descriptions MRS. BAIIAH BEmNE- lannfllc-

null k'.iiln.'y and lior tuUicc i>* fr\(. Xo woman ('\('r regrettedg Europe. Mr. Dillon who had beenill turer and dealer in Hair Goods
I 25 and 27 E. Garden St.. Pensaccla, Fla ,
;g |her anti she Las helped tliuusands. \tltlrt'ss }.yon, Mass. in Chicago! and who had Just arrived Choice Plant Oysters Always on Hand Hats. Toilet Articles. Hair Oil

here, was affected materially by his and Opened Day or Night.QUICK etc., 320 West Government street

S50u-O FORFEIT if 'II I\nnntforlb\ I'r"'lnr..lh..ri \ letters and signatures of i, trip I anti was obliged to take to his MEATS AT ALL HOURS. BANNER R SALVE, -
rbutelostimuairldRhtchwdlprove their bs"lute vfiinmrnen.'iuWUaiu .
Lydia 1:. l Mtdiciue Cu., Lynn, MaM : bed at the hotel and deny himself to PRICES REASONABLE. the most heallnc serve in tht won/ WA-NUUSl
I It all callers. While his condition is not I

considered serious Mrs. Dillon said! -- WANTED-All kinds of empty beer
'HI;'V iVtVriuia-t- x that he too ill I bottles. S. A. It'riedman. n9-tf
I Every Woman was to see anybody.o:1sTDxtI1f.a :
I .WILL MOYER'S.a.WEST
NI tTHElitbecaptalnnwner Is Inl rtIJl<,1 and houl,1 n"w' ', I WAXTED-Organizersjwepayslck.
,I nor eon' IIIIIt''a of the Itaimu IT I its I .1, a out the 110' t.'rflr ; :
Tiianla will ln rrepot.stblei> Q I MRHLhirlng; Sprat I accident, death and old age benefits : '
for debt contracted by the Thenrw\a"I..,-101-. lrt.e : I ; top renewal contracts. American !

stud vessel A. OAUUtTKIO.i' : t .,t : ftoaaxd...\I..II."v..nL. urrnn.nrs4 -afIlhrrnmoteipplptLl Bean the Ilia Rir.d: You Hale AlMg3iaeS, I SIDE GROCERYHAS Fraternity, Washington, D. {!

11 U..o... I C. i
: TO, Captain 1.1 SJpatue #' 25o-oawtf I
.11.IID. IU a..,..r dAnl.If._h. \.. I of #f.t-J- i I
,
un .:L. rI i RECEIVED A FRESH LOT SUPPLY OF SEE what we have to offer men to ,
aC.'IIIO
w :NIITHKIt: the captain, own- I oihrr"UL end llaml' for"_ tt I II learn barber trade. Years saved ,,
rrnur con !211""& or the i lu.nuwlkwe-vetra.ltgc 1'tI I Fish Roe Cranberries Florida Syrup Barrel Olives by our method of free work, t
,. expert -
,_ A Us! Ulllllpo Will bet full panu-uhtns and Aawtm.tn.r.leabk d NOTICE. i ,
rt-npon-ible fur. debts Conj I W tidtee. MK' I.I.4:0.. v .' instruction, lectures. Wages : ; I ''I
( 1))' Hit crew of said \vhRHl.K Itocm Se: Times Bldg.. Ne ':Yort. -- I Mackerel, Buckwheat, Mincemeat, and Every" Saturdays, board provided, po! l- ,
11AUUIO. I ,, \Vn desire to notify the public that I tins furnished, catalogue mailed '
a Transit t'onatgne'!o., '. laptnm.slit ;: the Gulf City Transfer Co. is still in thing Kept in a First=Class Grocery, free. Moler Barber College, New l

I Is ( wwvI i business, and there I is no truth whatever 'I Orleans, La.WANTED200. '1;
En H Et: t the c"pt.ID, 0. n..n I i in the report circulated by our FOR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS. ,
;
I
nurconslKuren ol iue AustrmadA I r

for Doroteit debit contract will be responMhle by tue [l'tinued.competitors Mr. J.tint G. Yniestra we had has discon been I A Car L ad of the Jnstly Celebrated Majestic Flour Just Received the Pensacola Gentlemen Pressing Club to ,Join 9); 1 ( I I .

crew of said vessel.jUltTrauMt employed as and will hereafter 1
Fuloeru' II manager South Palafox. Clothes cleaned i 1 t
Co \.lIptl\1I1 1i I I NICK'S personally superintend all and pressed, called for and deliver- I !

consrgare.._ ---.dit- I business having hauling for this should firm. see All him persons at I ed for $1 per month. 18nlm ;i t I: : I

once. 0. C. T. Co., MAI.b. 111.1.l' : < 'f f*
Try Gunther'a Candies atSolomon's. : I I Phone 412. E. H. CRAVENS. 'I -'VA'i-ru. ; "

I I ITnlm I ANY person who will distribute j '

... IIIau ,' samples for $3 daily should address j "
--- --- --- -- TADRART ,
--- Alligator I
ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE. "Standard. 4 Well, Chicago. Y i
W EEIILY !CIlED ULJ : Estate of John Dooley, deceased.Notice pNION.-to.f. I I
THRKK: young men from Pensacola i I I
is hereby given; that on June first [
FOB STEAM DIVISION i A. I). nineteen bund red and three. will ap- and vicinity at once to prepare for '\ '
I
l ply totbe Honorable Judge" of Probate of H DEPOT q Positions in the Government Service '
i'i:.\1COL.V ELKCTlllC TEUMMAJ: Kscamhta county Florida for final discharge c
I a i Saloonto Apply to Inter-State Corres.! 4;
,
RAILWAY COMPANY DAILY MENUS tate. from the administration of said es-1. \ s-s-ssiS Inst.,. Cedar Rapids. la. n24-2m .1 I ': :
,
MKS.:: ANNIE A. TOOLED - t I'
QI leave Pensacola for the LUll "I'Olt
Hilt iiayonW rrington.S Tj Tan toaml\m Admlnuiratrix.i 1- BALI : '1 r
i rt Karrancai at Comprise all the Up-to- .,,,.r,,,,. 3
Date Dishes the Mar- W. C. NORMKN SALE-The Union : II !
Depot Res-
t m.arrive at Fort Barrancai ':I a.1I ,
iu.arrive at Fort Karraneai 10t a.n kets of the World !i OPERA HOUSE I taurant. Big bargain! ; enjoying 1 I l
m.arrive at Kort Karranoai l: Spn I IMiOlMtHVrOIt. good patronage. Owner has other :
m. arrive at Fort Karrancas ':13 p n Afford. 't; ?
m. forrlnat Fort Barr ae. ,:oop Ir business and cannot manage it, 1 ,
m.arrive at Fort Karrancai S M p.. and WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Enquire, in restaurant, of G. B. :
I .etve! Fort Birranoat for hen. Monday Tuesday, McGill.1
j
-
Ladies' Private Dec. 8th and 9th. i A BARGAIN can be had in of ,. I J I.
arrive at Pansacola _.8:00.., a Wines Liquors Cigars.SOLE one .;t .
the finest residence and I
arrive at Pensacola ll&p.ii moet desirable I
I .
n arrive at Pensacola__ iM p.n Dining Parlor. sections of Northwest Hill, 1:1:
.. ..
Pensncola 5:49
arrive at p.n !subject to guaranteed lease at fair ; ;
erriveatI'eoswola.Ttap.
arrive Pensaoola_._ 810 0.* r\ollds\ Co. for three years. Plan of house can 1.f i J

a ray. only < AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING be Pensacola.seen at my office. A. V. Clnbbn! f. 'i i

FARE: FOK WEIK: : DA T8. 6n-2w t
Regular Dinner Daily.Short ...AND... BRANDS OF STRICTLY PURE AND I '
'I, ,a 10 Foil Barrancas and retorntft FIRST-CLASS WHISKIES .. FOR HALE! -The most desirable : ; \ 1
.
e xo Navy Yard and retnrn._. :da I : j : k ;
> Palmetto Keaoh and reinrnlfiii lots in the city on easy terms, by i! ;
Grand Gift Carnival. the Fisher Real Estate Agency, I :
itNDAT ICHIDPDI.: : Orders Promptly t I
Brookhill Old
Prentice :
South
Edgemont, 2044! Palafox. 18alm .
tier permit the
running < Filled. Night or Day. I

III 'aola Lv Fort Barraatar A GREAT SHOW.EVERYTHING Old Barbee and Montreal Malt Rye. IJourdlng IIou e.

m 10am. i NEW BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler ?

t 11 m. If Something Good to Eat i. Springs Mary Esther Fla.. .
Mrs. ;
/p.m. you wUii,you'll find It at EVERYTHING NOVEL! # The Celebrated Atlanta Beer $ &
: :n I p.m. < c Condon, proprietress. All the it I
,I II p.m. comforts of home at very reasona :; !
EVERYTHING UF-TO-DATEI I
0
ID I pm.I p.m. Nick Apostle's BOTH KEG AND BOTTLE. ble rates. Northern tourists will i!

f p.m. find this an ideal place to spend a It' ?: :

'A.I rOB $U1rDAr Popular Restaurant N. B.-If you are not (satisfied with Phone 46. Cor Tarragona and Wright Sts.Mwmmmmm. portion of the season. 12nlmI
on Barrasoai Nary performance to 9:30 m.,
our up p. go
i3 rtnrn- ___, Hi
.' Palmetto-m Beach ana to the Box Office and get your mon- I will repair your watches and 4

--___ ;b ey back. jewelry in fir8 -cb88 style. J. I i i.r
end after 1:10 p. m. PRICES-15, 25 and 35c. I Stephens.

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.- i THE DAILY NEWS- :' PEN3ACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY DECEMBER 8, 1902 '


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'-P 1i-L WILL SHIP WILL LAY OUT Cherry Pectoral AN UNPARALLED- RECORD



GOLF LINKSA Ayer's For hard colds, chronic

ptersd at the Poet Office at PeosacoU TO PENSACOLA coughs. Askyourdoctorif he
rt.. ieoond-cl& m tier.reilt .
has better advice. font & 1 ao.
!; :fni't huuaiug, %U tioutb committee from the newly-
f Ulox street up-Italrl.
i4 The plant of the Jacksou'LumberCompany --
formed Country Club will layout ------- .

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. now nearing completionnear I Every Woman is Beautiful If In Good
I golf links early next week at the Health FRUIT CAKE.The .

in Advance. Opp, Ala., will send all of its club house
Terms: Invariably I I grounds adjacent to the
justly celebrated fruit cake During: August EVER V ( I
I Beauty is not so much in the features E 1,
Gas Ciz Months Tsar by Mail.. ---15 t 00 SOOB timber through Pensacola,this state- on Big Bayou. Other necessary improvements as in the expression and condi- for which the West Florida Steam the death claims paid in the i ..,t'd

a Week,b;Carrier, Parable Monday 10 ment having been received from a I about tbe grounds will tion 01 the face. Every woman is Bakery is famous is now for sale at j States and Canada by tin j., 'lllU.
|
endowed Show
with
beauty. me a
'dre"'isirg Rates Furnished on Application source which may be depended be made as fast as possible.No Woman who is in good health and I 25 cents per pound. 3Jtf : ble Life Assutance Socie\; Wer.

will show a woman who is of a paid within one day after re.., >; ,,
upon. The product will be carried bid has yet been _received on you ; 'f
n Saved Grave's Brink.
L cheerful nature, a good dispositionand & ; proof.
UNION' LABEL over the Yellow River railroad to the club house, although Ips learned who la beautiful and attractive.No "I know I would long ago have j I I
-
Pa yI Crestview, thence to Pensacola for that there are three sets of plans woman even though endowed been in my grave" writes Mrs. S. H.Nefsom.of And during: no month .l i tie,
:p t tic a' with the most attractive features is year has the perCcutagi Icta
storing on vessel bound for foreign now out and being figured on. As beautiful without good health. Low Decatur, Ala., "if it had below t)8o.

I PE5SAOOL1, DEO 9, 1902 ports. The mill is one of the largestto soon as a satisfactory bid is received spirits, pains nervousness leaden not been for Electric Bitters. For
complexion, headaches, backache, three years: suffered untold agony I This excels the Socie';; ,,?,
f{ be built in this section in many the governing board will let the con are all beauty destroyers and these
from the worst forms of Indigestion, 'great record It has never .,ej

THIS will be anything but a Merry years, and there are exceptionally.i tract and close up plans for the con- symptoms be attributed can to nine a torpid times liver.out of ten Waterbrash, Stomach and Bowel been approached by any oth-r ,. c.

D'. f Christmas for our old friend, tbe fine tracts of (timber lands from struction of the bouse. HEPATICURA give you good Dyspepsia. But this excellent medi. pany.

iceman. See youater.CROWSINGSHIELD which to cut. The addition of this health and restore your beauty; cine did me a world of good. Since 'Strongest in the World'
ANXIOUS MOMENTS. then why suffer and be homely,
t- l iv product will increase the foreign Some of the most anxious hours ofa when you can bave strength, pure, using it I can eat"heartily and have THE EQUITABLE LIFE A{<.( R.
is oil Cuba, gained 35 pound For Indigestion,
timber exports here a great deal. i mother's life are those when the rich blood, good complexionandstrong AXCE SOCIETY
G : and poor Palma may now expect I little ODe!! of tbe household bare the nerves all of which make women Less of Appetite, Stomach, Liver
beautiful and attractive. Sold and Kidney troubles Electric Bit- OF THE SITED; :-TA I '
shipwreck and disaster. There is other medicineso
.\ Single Dose. croup. no "
effective in this terrible maladyas by all druggi.ts.Tora's ters are positive, guaranteed cure

F j'" THE Atlanta Journal has just discovered Sometimes a single dose cf the Foley's Honey and Tar. It is a I Only 50a at W. A D'Alemberte'sdrug
1 u that Georgia needs an entirely rignt remedy will cure a serious case household favorite for throat and j Beef Tea at Solomon's. store, 121 S. Palafox street.THEPALAIOXSTKEETJKXVELKII.. EKOWLES BROS.,
----
of illness. It has been said if the troubles and it contains no
lung as > .
( r new tax system. Something liver could be kept in good condition opiates or other poisons, .it can be -- J. I. STEVENS, General ,\ t'n'8.
ft f d of the same sort has long been suspected there would be no further danger to safely given. I will for a few days longer
F down this way. the human system. Thus a liver I I I : 309 H. Palafox St. PEXSAt < \ .A
itiI tonic becomes the most important I :
TUNE PIANOS AT $1.50. i:
-
medicineyou could have. HEPAT NOTICE.Mr. Dealer in Diamonds, Sterling Silver -
TILE tact that the president ignored
,
the ship subsidy swindle in his ICURA is the best liver tonic; one I I am prepared to Restring and put Jewelry, Watches, Enameled I Carolina Portland
N can take with pleasure becauseit I Canes Umbrellas ,
you I Goods, Toilet Article,
message is being made a subject of will insure you beneficial results. S. R. Thames desires to call : new Actions and Keyboards in worn ''

E.A 1' V54 1?? comment. The people will also do Sold by all druggists.CONTRACTED attention to a circular announcing 1 1i out Pianos and make them good as Rings, Bracelets, Etc.,

well to ignore any such proposition. I' -- I i his big sacrifice sale wherEin is I II new, at reasonable prices. I' Clocks, Opera Glasses.We Cement CoeBIRMINGHAM
are offering for the Christmas j I
Leave orders at Johnson's Book
stated that to the first purchaser
;. $L j k A GEORGIA exchange congratulates I', FORENTIRE I I will be given a pair of Johnson & I Store.: holidays bargains in Diamonds and I

vi f1 t itself upon the fact that the C1IAS. W. 1'IiESbLKY.We : are showing a large line to select ALA.

r t t4,' a state legislature is immune from I OUTPUT' Murphy shoes.: ; from. We have everything suitable ,,: ,
should read that the first .
This to -
1 t I "dope." Something of that sort, I Igood" are going to sell our for Christmas or wedding presents, ;

+. F ; however, might lead it to sleep on -- purchaser of five dollars worlh of $1.00 Tabaurette for G9c. and will take pleasure in showingocr Stocks of aH High-Grad \',
1 z the shoes will be given.CONCERfAND" can Portland Cement "t"'I"i ,
its rights. W. S. Keyser & Co. of Pensacola I Ii on Dec. 22d, 23d and 24th. goods. 'i German "Saturn," Germ/, H .
-- - ---
c9 rr THE esteemed Tampa Tribune says have contracted for the entire out Just to see how many peo' 120 S. PALAFOX. land Cement, Kings N. Y. C. j

.1 t that the people of Hillsborongh put :of the Sullivan-Alger Companyat i !'ple wilt read this ad. Norfolk Plaster, Roseudale Portsmouth Cement Ciur-i,' : : '"
------ ---- assortment of ,
{ county want good roads.: They cer The best and largest Savannah Jacksonville, p, >,. ,
c Century and that of W. M. Car. '
) : CHRISTMAS FESTIVALThe Fruit cake, best made, at Pfeiffer's fireworks! of every description can be 'I' Mobile; New Orleans,
1 ti'A tainly must want g..,od newspapers, I i u.m-
ney of Atmore, Ala. Most of the II Steam Bakery. had, wholesale and retail at Mrs We also make shipments hr"l't t II,, ,
;
a judging from the success of our irrepressible I I John F. Pfeiffer, No. 211 East In- Mills wherever we ,....
latter is handled getfreight I"> M
being at
output
Cleaning ladies skirts and waistsis tendencia street. I
t contemporary. rate. Sole selling a. 'J'r
L I Mobile while that from Century is Concordia Club will give its i one of OT specialties. Star Laun ---- "Alabama" and outIJl'rll ( r, .-
f-4't y ? + THE East Coast Advocate thinks Hot Chocolate with I "
Brand
a handled at Pensacola, the Keyser grand concert and Christmas festival !-i Portland Cement. M'j, :.
to 1 ; that the fish industry should "re- dry.JtudUin's lie Best Whipped Cream, at Solo- j lia Hydraulic Natural l'H,J.. >
company now using the new timber :Monday December 29, for members /or 5c. mon's. made near Birmingham.
;! ,i '-t 3; ceive a great deal of consideration _
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.yj t ;it-a from the state." It does-so much, chute and boom near Sullivan's An and attractive their families program only.is being Try Tomato Bouillon at The best and largest assortment of | Correspondence Solicited.

i; in fact, that the people engaged in wharf. Solomon's. '
I and fireworks is displayed at
prepared, at the conclusion of toys
j 4 it find it difficult to make a living. I which a dance will follow for the Hot Chocolate wilt Whipped Mrs. John F. Pfeiffer's, No. 211 East "ll.i

'c i :*1 THE Gainesville News: come to A Million Voices children and others. Each child'Cream at Tiainer's. Intendencia street. I! Save 'loney) IllI 11 fJ

.1 ; a Fk tbe front with the stale old cry that Could hardly express the thanks of I will be presented with a bag of due your }Urni.
Homer Hall,\\estPoint, la. Listen : -
tF. ;'" 'r 1 if the state supreme court will only why: A severe cold had settled!I candy, the best on the market.L. I .................... ..... ....................e.... lure at Marston t 5' ijvina''';

It '; i j .work," all may yet be well. This I on his lungs,causing a most obstinate Icoujh. | J. Anderson, Julius Menko and I 1: Great Furniture Emwnum. -

4r# ,' 4kl tribunal has, In fact, never sutlered :Several: physicians paid bei I Chas. N. Pfeiffer, the committee in i i Some Christmas i I .
> .
had consumption, but could; not help !
t ; for want of industry, uud has fallen ; chargeare exerting themselves; toi i .
;
t him. When all thought ho was
gi' Ea; i, behind for reasons. altogether be-, doomed he began to u-e Dr. King's ,. have tins affair eclipse allothus.I I j .. Q. 1- ---------

Ti ra j' X yuiid tle control of Us meiiibtrs.: New Discovery for Consumption and -- '- I I : STEAMER LINE SCHEOIilil
.
Had a Or od 1 line from
---- writes-"U completely cured me anti I I Suggestions I ;

f l:t A WKITKK in the Ocala Banner declares !saved my life. I now weigh '11! lb-" A. J. Snell wanted to attend a parIty I I

'1' t r that lie does not "waul to tee It's positively guaranteed for but was afraid to du ?o on ac- !: iwen PensacoU' and :lId ,; l; '
e : I ir Coughs, Colds and Lung troubles. I count of pains in hisstomaeb; which :j
t 2' ; ; tbe politicians if the state" spend loin pjtily Klii: Sunday
f Price DOc and #l.uO.) Trial bottles; I he feared would grow worse. He Coe's Book Store i
: the ludlun war claim lund. Any free at W. A. D'Mfinbme's, 121 r!. I says: "1 was telling my troubles to a. i "CITY OF TAMPA."
politician with sufficient pull to laud Palafox street. !' .i lady friend, who saiu: 'Chamber j i v .

himself. in the fctxt legislature will lain's Colic. Cholera and Diantau : .T Milton .. 1\\nni l.v"l'ooa."lo,1 I
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s j' Remedy will put you in conditionfor 0e krl'ens t-olBvJi8ui: Ar .Miami, ;, '-
SALESMEN WANTED.
certainly have a voice iu the disposition : I the party.' 1 bought a bottle and !: CHRISTMAS CARDS, l' BRASS NOVELTIES, : tare,etc; Hound tripJl.uu

c + r tlr of the money. Let, us hope take: pleasure in stating that two 'I .
t > DESKS :: CELLULOID NOVELTIES,
t that the fund iiiay be employed, as does cured me and enabled me to a I !
I Ten of
Governor JeuLiiigs has .suggested, iupaj'iLg salesmen to help dispose have a good time at the party." Mr. j BLOCKS, LEATHER NOVfLTIES, JEWELER IN HIS
p the mammoth stock of .
clothing
f ntit-li is a resident of Summer Hill,
ill the state debt.THE I' N. Y. Tins i j. for pals e GAMES, ,, FOUNTAIN PUS, : I
shoes, hats, gents' furnishing, etc., ( remedy by c.
I all druggists| : and medicine dealers. : : BOOKS, GOLD PlNS, NEW STAND
>f ipi ; ;: + death of Thomas: JS'ust of yellow at the corner of Palafox and Inten- 4> :

"1{ i 'i '' i lever iu Ecquadoris announced, I dencia streets. Report by 70: 1 You can get your house I ; ALBUMS, f, GOLD PENCILS, e e

,4 r and weobsetvb that our contemporaries !I Wednesday evening at Mar : PRAYER BOOKS, 4, PICTURE FRAMES, S i I have moved my jewelry -'., '. '
furnished complete .
S h } without exception, refer to ,: S. It. TnAMIS, I HYMN BOOKS -r PICTURES. .. 120 South Pain fox, formerly ,
} the deceased. as "the caricatur Manager. 'ston Qltina'soneasy payments I I pied by Bass & Co., and a'lI: \l
great
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BIBLES, CALENDARS, better prepared than .
k : : i ever tll
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ist. Tills steins to us au error. If ) monthly.
t; I t great bargains/ in diamond-'
PURSES BOOKLETS,
#r'l. n we are not much mistaken, the THE COUNTY S : i jewelry, etc. Call and -"t'li i :

a s Thomas Xast who was sometime 0. M:. PRYOR, I KODAKS (> DOLLS : 1 let me convince you.

'2 since appointed consul from this : I II. j jniture MANICURES, if IRON TOYS, S j J. L STEPHINFoiey -
COMMISSIONERS I I. The Government street fur. I Ii : ?
H 4t f couutiy to Ecquador, was a son of :i man, tus made an innovationtu DRESSING CASES, TEA SETS, .
Brothers famous cartoonist. the furniture business. He will, *
Harper: :
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SMOKERS' SETS, RUBBER ; 's Kidney Cures
s the holidays, reduce the : E., t ;
M Thomas last, the elder, was born in i during :
t ll.., .. Bavaria aa long ago as IblO-which The county commissioners will i puce on all his elegant stock of : JEWEL CASES, I DOLL PIANOS, : *. krs kidneys and bUd&r tight.
I household and office furniture to -r
.1 i fact makes him too old foi meet in regular! session at the court : INFANTS' SETS BANKS, ft I
a
man I figures that: will enable you to give t)

i such petty political excursions, to.. house tonight! when importautmat- your Christmas presents in something 'I : SHAVING SETS, ,: TOOL CHESTS. : |; EVERYBODY LOOKS

'# c say nothing of the life of ease and ters will be disposed of. The questions I what articles that is are useful sold for and elsewhere.at below o PHOTOGRAPH SETS, .:': DRUMS : i! FOR THE BEST
1
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W' auddiguttyhisnimblepencilshould appertaining to county finances I You should call on him before: buying : GLOVE BOXES f PAPER DOLLS, : ,
bane earned him. elsewhere. 'JJlui I
kTR s)J ; tf ,. will be taken up, and new business I' ___ :I : HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, ,1 STATIONERY NOVELTIES, : Here it is. Call fill'I: ; '' ..,

An Iitbtrucitc Comparison. i I will occupy the board's attention. NO FALSE CLAIMS. o CRAVAT BOXES, .. FINE STATION RY. : I Creary. They are doing tl!,'' t I.-! '

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The of Foley's Honey ,
I proprietors -
Several matters which have been -- -- --- work that ,'
The Gainesville Sun has been analyzing I : : I can be turned nut u
1 and 'fur do not advertise this as u1
V the operations of the school brought over from the previous sure cure for cJII umptlon." 'J hey | prepared to do any kind Est i 'h
i COE'S
[ BOOK ,
STORED
L. book trust iu this state! and to some meetings will come up tonight. do not claim it will cure this dread I I ( They put on India rul>bi-r tie.- '

eft' ;3-i1. complaint in advanced case' but !I best the market, ihort i in, "'i I '
purpose, as may be seen from the - --- on on
.i5 a du positively assert that it will cure'in '' | No. 213 S. Palafox St., i ''as they have a full line "f r'':.'."
t tubjointd data, showing the comparative NOTICE.The
t ti the earlier stages and never fails 1' rc # ; cost of school books ins to give comfort aud relief in tbe : I't SSACOI-\. FJOHIU..o.o. .\. : Does bu need uiin.ii '
annual meeting of the Pensa your /gv |
F North Carolina, under a uniform cola! Ice, Delivery Company will beheld I worst. cases.' Fuley's Honey and. io.. ... o..c..o+ oeoeow.aoo.o.o.eeo e i Ilnl?? They can make it good ai .J''*
without doubt the *
a 'e text book law ; and in Georgia, at the oih'ce of the company on Tar is greatestthroat : ;: I Their prices, too, are reu-ouabi;

where tlie system under which our the 8th day of January, 190: at 11 I and lung remedy. Ilefu-e they have ample capital to earn .
o'clock a. m., for the transaction of substitutes .vww v --.- a first-class carriage building i
vv rw -rt
schools prevails I -- ---- -- kJ '
own are operated : '
i such' business a* may come before it. repairing bu ines. Don't ful;
Holw!!.' Kvadvri. ueurgia. Carolina I W. R MOO11E, J R.c9tawlw .. FRUIT CAKES.The r. .' call on them.
r } Flat bockbecoud i ." I .1:1: .CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Scales repaired.
i boot ... ..M I -- --Secretary.PIANOS -.- West Florida Steam:: Bakery : ner" ... ... ?1. i Kpn/EK&CKEAR'i

Third book __'_ ,4'1 ."; TUNED FOR SI.50. makes the best fruit cake in the city. j ;, Vf : 15 hast Garden" '
.1, # 'ou-th book on'i :id I Rich, sweet and warranted to keep A URGE AND ELEGANT LINE OF JEWELRY j % Phone 57.j .

1rt sit Fifth book .. .. ........ .94 .4:J Chas. V,'. Pressley an expert, who I 25 3Jtf I II I
fresh. cents pound.
$ t Maur>'*Ueograpbf.Elenif tuned pianos at the World's Fair I per .'r .'z OF ALL KINDS. ..r& ...eI -------- -
s 1 nlary .. _.., .W ..40.in and i is recently from Fi
4I:1 ; -. 125 1w in Philadelphia. Will give better you can buy Cr>ritma! present! i* at I j I
lIydll'.liraollu"r. you Mr*. John F. Pfeitltr's, Xo 211 East -
:
work than you ever had done or I I I i!
tf R. First 111".3.' ,:!= Intendencia street. E.M. \ DERSEN
Kecond book .. .. .. ... .t Bookstore. 13ulmPfeiifer's '
+ History HkDtell's. -' 29 South Palafox : Palafox street, has just .!
---- -- --- OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S Street.-+- .m
I Lint book ........ .tIIl I of
have new supply Linen and U
!Second book ... .. ..... l.w ..., goods always! proven ?52.52.S2.aCS2S'252S2S2S252.S2S2.52S2.52S2.52S2.5 vI. j,
satisfactory to their many cutomers : ? Papers, white blue and wj '
.'z These figures are certainly instruc Fine oysters today. Try them. gray
; therefore, ring 'phone CG5 and I NIC APOSTLE. i "' ..c e' C.r; t ,..., !Ji"l ...: j i Envelopes to match, Oxford II' I/-
Erz ce'e'
tive. show that order Christmas cakes.Scrofula. N1 Clo k3
They our people are your I., n. .il 1 ..il ''.i, liil1.if ,, I. al@oForeignMaIiTablet"witt.t..,

paying from 25 to 1CO per cent more Tomato Bouillon at j e .
Try !?* DIAMONDSANDOTHERPRECIOUSSTONES.'r "'lJ: I' velopea to match. Ink Pel'-
for these text books than other states Solomon's. ;: = I )
i Penholders Blankbooks Fll"s. e':
are paying and there is no reason il.STERLING SILVER AND PLATED WARE., 1/uS'

why the law that has brought about REMOVAL NOTICE. Prompt Attention to Repairing and Engraving etc., always on band.
Few free from It. Phone 2M.
-,. b this change in North Carolina should are entirely /.. .' .... -
It to the for -- / --
may develop so slowly as cause Sincerely thanking public
not have a like effect in Florida.
little it any disturbance during the whole the liberal share of custom: given me,
t The next legislature should certainly t OA.SrOnXA.kra .
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,4t period of childhood. I wish it known that I have the Kmd 1t. H41 foHn iht
3 be given an opportunity to movPd'1
It then Irregularity of he
; may produce! Jil: South Palafrx: street D.
to
HALE
j % put itself on record on this point, Etomach aid bowels! djsi-pfia.: catarrh, I : WILSON, t # -
and marked tinJ'-nry to consumptionbefore I doors south of my former place of I -.' rGlfu
f and it should as certainly be held to
manifest ins itself! In much cutaneous
2 t ?1} a strict accountability! in tbe event eruption or jrlandibr! snel..ng.: brines*. I I -

ti of any evasion: or neglect of duty in It is Not to be sure that/ you are Quite I i Hoplrg for a continuation of favors i Real Estate and Rental Agent All kinds chairs and
b. free from It, fonft'f Its coruptete eradication ; I shall be glad: to have my I I of
E tbe premises. :you can rely on Marston
friend;call on me at my new place | rocking chairs at
4J : Hood's 1l-. South Palafov Street,
t t :f Fruit cake, best made,at Pftiffer's' Sarsaparilla Very truly, i Quina's.. Prices a 'e very.low.

f -.steam. Bakery. The best of all medicines fur all humors. C. V. THOMPSON. I TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENSACOLA, FLORID .



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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY DECEMBER 8,1802.1 l r ;'

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B. H. FAIRCHILD '" No. oeoa. ,.I'' t;,
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FILED W. 0. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; I t
CAPTAIN AND
SUITFOR UPBOx.STERER:: s. J. FOSHEE.Yice-Prealdent; JOHN PFEIFFER, Aw't Cashier. Y: r- I

DIVORCE 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. :
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK f.I
CREW C CELEBRATE aroet Work and Refinishing. Furniture aSpecialf 1//

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Mrs. Fona Williams! nee Fona Phone 4LOS. OF PENS AGO LA, FLA.

Au Italian captain and two of histett' : Mann, yesterday, through; her attorney Designated Depository of the United States. L '

r oln ers come ashore last night i Hon. C. M. Jones, filed an action R.. K. WHITE, Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25, 19O'J.

sir ;a good time-and they had it, but for a legal separation from her Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. j

.ad to pay dearly for it this husband, Mr. Pat. J. Williams, a and Graduate Optician, Loans and Discounts...................... 142921.84 Capital Stock .......... ...... ............. $200.000.00 ,
tt.y well-known Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured........ 2301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00
niortuos. The captain was fined $30 young .man of this city. IS SoiU Ptliiox St., PeeeuolaFla U. 8. Bonds and Premiums.............. 213,806.87 Undivided Profits............ .... ..... .... 5,590.31 ,
the men $10 each. The action is in chancery. Mrs. Stocks, securities, etc.- ...... ...... 2625.00 Rediscounts........... ...... .............. 10,287.61 ", ; it
juj Furniture an J Fixtures......... .... ...... 6718.48 Circulation............ .. ...... .... .... .... 125,00000
fit:\ trio had little command of Williams resides on West Govern- I. R. Stamps.... .............. ............. 65.82 Deposits...............................:... 461, 04.35
ngi-h! and what litte they knew ment street with her mother. ( AMUMENTS Cash and Exchange....................... 153913.12:

11'1' obscenity and the use of vile e -

lanjuaje; : was what landed them in General debility-failure of the S25Z525252525 5 Total..... .... .... ...... .... ...... ...... 822382.30 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... $822,382.30
vile." The men beat a' strength to do and the power to en This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
dace: dure-is cured by the great: tonic- ON THEIR WAY-HERE SOON. your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.

1I?;rl woman got drunk, ran from H:>od's tiarsaparilla. 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

Ogi i .(,and did about everything but I
Special communicationof
fa! ; was proper. Escambia Lodge No, 15,
Have seen those shaving I_ --- ----_:::::::::::::::=::.. w .;
AU interpreter was necessary to A F. and A. M., 7:30 p. m., you )
intelligible statement int Wednesday, December 10. stands and music cabinets 1 M52S252S252S25252S252S (
tiri: an Work in F. C. degree.
court this morning.A Visiting brethren invited.W. 1 1j at Marston $ Quina's.Just !

t A C -* Cough Medicine. HARRY W.Secretary.GIBBS. ITC. KESSLER.W.1.. mas present.the thing for a Christ- I! m J;: m II! ,

I
Gazette,Toowoomba.Australia.]
r Chamberlain's Cough Item- Mother Gray's tweet Powders fri| I FRUIT CAKE. i m I ;

t,1 u excellent mediciue. I havei Children | 4 PLAt4t \ I ru .0' LI1 \
from cough.r I The West Florida Bteam Bakery LI1. ru )
tiering a severe
i Successfully used by Mother Gray nursa in i "
ast two months, and it has the Children's Home In New York Cure o i j lis now making the best fruit cake ) V
..1 ;i cure. I have great: pleas- Feverishness Bad Bloinaeb:: Teething Disorderemoreaadregulate -1 I I I ever put on the market at 25; cents )) ESE5E5E5E5HEEE I


\\ '-ceommendinf Irolde.Ii This?t and is moat the? it.-W.opinion respected C.of l 6troy.IUtr Worms.fuil. At Over all druggists aGo) the testimonials.Thef bowels: Sample anti.1 i I 1 1I I per Jfnfyin's pound. tKe $esf for 5e. ''I Cold Weather Requisites! )

KUhK. AdJress Alleu S. Olmsted, l.e'
and has been voluntarily
-tfiiod faith that others miyiiid7 Itoy.N.Y._.__ ___ -- .1
aid ba benefited as It liet'pllhe Feet Warm and fJry. a \ 1 ...WarmVeather Priced !... I'!
VVockner.! This remedy is I
'I SAKE .
Ask to-day forAlleo's Foot-Ease, powder'It $15,000 )
.11 druggists and medicine 1I come here for Blankets and Comforts. There's no
cures Chilblain;,Swollen:: ,Sweating:: ,fore I ) BETTER ;
Aching Damp, feet At all druggists and Man's Profit on Ours. They are direet from theFactory j) :

shoe stores. 25c. I I a. -oF'aOLDilDI&MON- to Your Bed. It means 20,, Saved for You ] ;
DU 1A HOME. I I ,
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A Guaranteed Cure for I'ilrs; !
U "1. Pryor has purchased a Itching Blind. Bleeding or Protruding i H
:
...thr of choice lots which hew Pilesniir druggist will refund jour : "CLARENCE AND ARTIE- G & H Hi Blankets.
,, ., '. durable purchasers at money if PA7.0 OINTMENT Jails to cure s :
Ii rures.p you. 50 cents. I Wood &Ward's big company pre i 'j 11-4: Gray Cotton Blankets.... ...... .... .. ..... ...... .... ....!We pair I h i' t
It roi H desirous of building senting their Splendid Spectacular I. ) 104 Silver Gray Blankets, Colored .Bordered--$1:! and $2 50 pair ( :
I., -tern section of the city. E. W. PEAKE I Comedy, "The Two Merry Tramps." ) "Ye Old Time" California Blankets All Wool. White Body. Cwl- )
TiHinir a large number ofw Common Sense Prices, 15, 25, 35 and JEWELRYAT j ored Borders.$4, $5, J5 U> np to $12.50 pair 1:1
it -il them on reasonable No. 30 South Palafox street keeps ooc. Matinee 15 and 25c. I ( : )
d.tUlI: settlers.--- UJlm! call bells, wires and all kinds of s ( Comforts. i :

\ iw the time to order your electrical supplies. Have him do "The Hobo Two-Step" as arrang- I' '

I'I", ,- <'.ike, such as fruit,pound, your work. Call phone 203. l i ed and presented by Wood & Ward AUCTION i ;; Five Bales) to go at PURE..... .,..CLEAN.. .... .. ..COTTON. . .. .. .. ...... ItJe_ to fl.OO t(( tt t
!i kind of cakes, atp
:t or any and the Elmore Sisters, in "The t I Snowflake: Sanitated Cotton Light as Down none Better at any \
:t" .tin Bakery. The Pride of Heroes. Two Merry Tramps," is one of the I : i Price... ...... .. .. .. .... ... .. .... .....$I.5! $1.75 $2 up to $1 ( i
:Many soldiers in the last war -
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latest novelties in the musical field.
Han't forget to buy the wrote to that for Scratches, I i (
say The composition. is having a large 7th Annual Sale of ; ) Jackets and Skirts. !
i'ii! II one of those nice little Bruises, Cuts, Wounds, Corns, !Sore I 1 ((1
sale.
R' >ng Chairs from Mar' Feet and Still Joints Bucklen's i : UNREDEEMED* ( Children's Wool Keefers. .. .. .. ...... ...... ...... ....$2 00 to $ 3 rJ) r( Id I
50c. and Arnica Salve is the best in the i ) Misses'Monte Carlos and Raglands'.... .. .... .. .. .. ..-. 7 +IU to 1050 q!
ion tv tjiiinii's. I world. Same for Burns. Scald I I HILLYER'S WONDERS COMPANY !q) Ladies'25 and 27 Jackets andl\lonteCarlos... .. .. ... t30to 15.00 : ;
,. LL'II'I '. I l Boils, Ulcers Skin Eruptions and :i PAWNEDJEWELRY I j Ladies' Walking Skirts. .. ... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. 3.50to 70U ( I
_-_ Piles. It cures or no pay. Only 25c Z 11) Ladies' Silk and Cloth Dress tkirts.. .. .. .. ... .. 7.00to 1800I ( J Ji
Hot Rolls, at 5 P. m., lOc.a atV.. A. D'Alemberte's drug store. The Hillyer's Wonders Company OF ALL DtSCUll'IIONS. i I t I

doz. at Solcinon's. 121 S. Palafox street. 'I showed to a small 'audience last:: I ; I Furs, Collarettes and Capes. j
-- I night. The feats of secondsightand ( f
) ;
I I will put on Sale: at Auction the !
mental telegraphy as demonstrated of Diamonds i J This is the Kind Weather for Furs. i iI \
h.SeQab.;f tC.C4ItC.C..c o00li0.ONC/dpi..O10.11+Aa I i Great Stock Jewelry ;
I by Miss Maud Hillyer intro. and Silverware; recently purchased I ) '
s This is the Store that will Save yon Money on Your Purchases.
''ducing her wond rful are: test nrulI : of J. Lewi-at Cincinnati Ohio at )) ?1.!' I
32.3O S12.OO-
to J JMen's
i Hello Stranger I I adding aud multiplying figures upon ''one-halfof stocks combined its value will make and it the one two of j I {I t
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four blackboards blindfolded were the best selections and Largest Auc- Ladies' and Children's Underwear. !
o mysterious to say the least. The tion Sales commencing I ) !
as cabinet act was also good, as was ) OneCa-eL\rJies'mbbedVests.FIE'ecel.inpr1.Sppcbt..25c I ,
THIS IS a t
the creation of from Tuesday Dec. 9th ; Oue Case Men's Fleece Lined Shirts and Drawer, nothing to (
j'. pictures rags by : j equal them in the city. per suit... .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. ......75c; I !
1 the three Hillyers, io one of which i and will continue daily at 10:30 a. m. 1 Ii t J Children's Wrappers and Knit Vests..15 to 75e; garrreut f(! ))
was shown a real live squirrel. A 'and 2:30aud: 7 p. m., till the entire I'j'' "
IBers'[ Repository-I! feature of the evening! was the dis- stock is closed out. The usual motto J'i I'i
tribution of presents.The i will be used in my sal(-*. All goods MONDAY'S SPECIALS 1i
company will occupy the I sold by me will be guaranteed as L\ (
represented or your money refunded. j ..... .. a
boards for a second performance to 1 This sale means money in your pocket ) One Case Unbleached Canton Flannel 6'c value. fie yard C t

S 609-511 South Palafox Street. : night. *. The Roods are simply" sold on 1 1 (1 ( of Our fl Flannel Waist Monday* ... .Only'All ..... ... . . .. ... .S33: ach d I
their merits. Will mention a few
v C One Case Fairmont Unbleached Domestic, .. S
:20 yards for $1 CO I
-rn.L Lixnor- THE PROPOSED J 1'articles Solid Gold which 13and I.. will 18 put K Ladies'on sale) :andGents' I t l( ;i Oae_: Case Full Percales, lOa value ::. .'' .. .. . .. .. .. .. .SjjcyardW. !: t( ;t
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Watche with High-Grade
e (1( ) ( I
C LYCEUM COURSE : Movements; Filled Case Watches I
i R. R. Adjusted Watches 17. 19, 21 11 J. & B. FORBES. eu-: ;
| Buggies Wagons and Harness : and 23 Jewel; Diamond Case ( \ ( ;
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fs fsit1 The Rev. J.1.. Dannelly proffers Watches Chains Rings, Clocks .-, -- --- I '
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e. the following endorsement of the Bronzes Sterling Silverware Quad- li':: .='= -= :: :=: = : :

.0..ela10/0H,0,0/e,000.o.BN100....... .s.....0 '! lyceum course proposed for Pensa- I ruple Plated warp. Rogers 1847: Table i \ ..ili
Ware, Solid Gold Headed Walking
cola this season, aud the first enter- Canes, Opera Glasses Field Glasses, i 0. M. PRYOR'SFUMITURE !
' I''tiinment I in which is to be given 'Guns and Pistols Musical Instruments -
BIG SACRIFICE SALE 1 Friday evening: and hundreds of other articlestoo I :

i iI | PEXSACOLA: Fla., Dec. 8, 1902.! numerous to mention.
Mr.J. M. foe Peneacola Fla.: I !

I 1thig Hit:1 dVM Me' rurDbAu1' ( ;i will My make Dear another Sir:-I attempt learn that to have you a I! $5,000 WORTH FINE DIAMOND HOUSE I'i! i !

9 : : : | Lyceum Course this winter. I think i JEWELRY, j ;:It:
you should be sustained in this effort
.\' II i I.I' 'I r.u"miis ('O4 l'. I to furnish the people cf Pensa- Consisting nf Solitaire Diamond Kings SALISBURY BLOCK, W. GOVERNMENT STREET. I
Studs. I'er.dantti Scarf Pins.keia I i :
cola with a healthful kind of enter
( 1..0l Kar Drop.. Klc.: .
G\Sale Begins December 10th at 8
Wednesday
a. m.
I II I tainment. I heartily commend the I, Etc., will ImKtlrt at -- ---- 1 I'

To the Purchaser of the First Five Dollars Worth of Goods a I movement and hope you will receive .
Pair of Johnson & Murphy Shoes will be Given. : such support and encouragement as i ALEX. LlSClllOFF'S.{ i LATEST DESIGNS IN 4 i .
I will give it here. Thisis
permanency -
'ein-Bloch Clothing:, co-it $13: toflS per suit ') .f 6 'k) to ?S 70mtscost$3 II I J

to *ti .!HStore $32.1 un Stock of Celebrated E tale: :Shirts .;f; to .!>S !j |I House. \
Pastor Palafox M. E. Church. .
\(- ite Laundered: and Negligee Shirt: .:>:3 to .:m! I I i

.. ''>u $3EO Hats for.. .. .. .. .. .... ... ..... .. . .. .. .. ... .. $1.50; I 1 I! P. IiI have a Safety Vault, Fire DINING ROOM TABLES SIDE BOADS CHAIRS ETC. t : !
Il...?t hats for...... .. .. .... .. ... ... .. ... .. .. .. .. .:1lto US 'IMPERSONATOR 1 I and Burglar Proof and I am prepared ,
-.>u & Murphy $5 hh'e for ..... ..... ...... .... .. .. ..... $::.I) to take good care of your arti- E I,
H-st Shoes .. .. .... .... .. .... .... .... .... .... .. .. .... ... .IJS to fl.G8 !| AND HUMORIST !1 icles.advances of value on all and such will articles make at liberal the Davenport Lounges, Metal Beds and Mattresses.i i ,: ;,I
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Stock Must be Closed Out in Fifteen Days. II I I, The Atlanta Constitution- refer in !I strictly Lowest rQnfi Rate: enti.11.of Interest.Remember I>UMIIPSI the '

place i j No. 2W: outh Palafox street!

S. R. THAMES, performance the following given lljtte-ics by Ueorge terms to J.the D. ': opposite the ALEX.po :totfice.L18CHKOFF Prices f for the Holidays Arc DOM\ Not Up, I :,Ild IS

Currie the famous Boston Proprietor. :
monologue -
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>>r Palafox: and Intendencia t;t+ )I.\\ \IH.:
arti*t, who H to be seen here! :
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at the house in the ii I MEAT A MALT has marvelous : Irl
.-...-..._...---...._..._.._...... ."' _....._...._.....- opera lyceum TIll;
r.. _-__- -.J.--- --- --." .-----,.'---. -.'---- ---- ..---- .._-. course next Friday: JI | dietetic value. While refreshing and I :
!j tl George J. D. Currie the Boston I pleasant to take, it helps assimilation I .!"I\\+
T5 HAVE ON HAND AND ARE RECEIVING DAILY THE K !|I impersonator and humorist, delighted JAt 0DflQERY Y CQ2 SMOKE x cf food. !Sold byDANXHEIsWER I. f. ,;11

I I' CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY CROCERIES. E|; a Urge audience at the Y. M.C. A. '! I I1'hole.ile : BIW:;. ,: 4 ,;;'.
hall Thursday evening and proved | --- t'H f'" I'

t[El!] FRUITS NUTS CANDIES SEEDLESS RAISINS, {;jj jjv ) himself to be an entertainer of great': \ and I TJ Y Clam Bouillon withWhipped i t '
,
: i merit. In tragedy and in comedy ICt'tail (Ir<><-i-r". cream at Solomon's ; il
', AND ALL ARTICLES NECESSARY ft I in readings from Shakespeare on i FOIl ( BUIIK jffJTGIGRR i .i ; ;
L1EADQUARTEIii'
V\!\ ?< .< *< .. TO PUT IN YOUR ..< :.c. .< .< .(:) I|I Buchanan from Twain or :Nye he I I ___. ; l :

i; CHRISTMAS CAKES. >! was superb. Family, Fancy and Staple The finest line of sterling: silver I : ;
(1 ,, goods and silver novelties is to be '
E.E1 E.( j' Groceries, &
V': FRESH Sl'PPLY OF ) found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to
MORiNZO THE MOOR. \ : j

;; RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS $j and All Kinds Goods.of Up-to-date Fancy | please- all. ;.IAs. r

,-.. OF ALL KINDS. ;.. Ment Morinzo, the Moor,has pitched We an Pole Distributors forVet I t ; I
{|E'I:] FREE DELiVERY TO ALl PARTS OF THE CITY. 'W; his tents on the vacant lot on ; Florida for the Celebrated Cafe du : j
West Zirragossa street between Monde Coffee Sweet Home NIolises See that Each Cigar is ., '
; ROBERTS & DAILY <.. Illini and Climax i .
,;, 'i Baylen and Barcelona: and willi j Flours Bayle's t
Delicatessen, GermanAmericanFood Stamped. ;t
I V 218-220 Wr'ghi: St., East of Union DfpDt.fjl (!!l open up tomorrow afternoon with a''i! Co.':; Canned Meats, Etc. All ippti

,. 1.1';. rvnsaoola, Fla. j vaudeville entertainment assisted of which are sold by all first-class FRANK REILLY : tie ;; I Ij
__ __ | | Retail Grocers in the city. Photoglaaph9,
..'.".'.._. ,_ __ I by Viola Morir.zi in her famoushypnotic
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::: :-:-. : ::-.,, -- .- ; :J seance and other features. 002-004 SOUTH PALAFOX. SOLE AGENT. I O-t:2 S. Palafov Street. ,
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY. DECEMBER ,9, 1902

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iffiASE1OUGHL ., i MAY TAKE MEASURES nnTMU! D BRAT



TO ENFORCE CLAIMSi -

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Great Britain Sends Venezuela ; Dannheis5erOS. wlllsKTr
I
tln STUFFY COLDS 1j

Ultimatum. 1:, :

j dr MR. BALFOUR'S ANNOUNCEMENT.Unless Importers and Dealers In I

I Wines Liquors Cordials and r

are the kind that settle on the lungs and develop into sifactory Reply Is Soon Ii

t Forthcoming From Castro's Govern .of. Cigars. ,:t. i

ment, Great Britain and GermanyWill
'
1 Take Active Steps. Agents for the Ju*tly Celebrated

PLEURISY London, Dec. 8.-Premier Balfour and Reliable Brand of I. w. Harperand

;1 iI announced in the house of commons Other Pure IJ-ands of Whiskiesand

today that an ultimatum had been sent Victoria Beer.

iHj to Venezuela and that in the event ofa
!
PNEUMONIA satisfactory reply not having been The Aristocrat amour>
n s Everything for your Buffet or
received; the British and German governments
would take measures to enforce Camping Oatfli cm b* procured the Whiskies of the CIO

04 their claims against that country from as. School. Without a peel>

: t ai,,, CONSUMPTION ,
Jlr. Balfour when questioned on the Jug Trade a Specialty. For Sale InDannheisser
Venezuelan situation by the Liberal

tS leader. Sir Henry Campbell.Banner- COUNTRY ORDKR-S SOLICITED I BrosCHOICEST

man said: and Promptly Shipped. I
For the past two years we have
t k t'r I --
had grave cause for complaint on various
'r
; occasions of unjustifiable inter Main H luse: -101 8. Pdldfox street. I

FOLEY'S !lerenee by the Venezuela government: R.R. Exchange: -Opp. Union Do.it.{ '
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: with the liberty and property of her
P. O. Box 2S1. Pensacola, Fla
I .
I': $ subjects.o pains has bt'in spaced I
iif i by the British government to obtain an PhOMI 11f.2 :S. i f FRUIT8 AND CONFECTiiR: J


; JEOLKCS: amicable'n cone settlement of thorn of have these satisfactory questionsbut ...HOW ABOUT YOUR... ,, -AT-

HONEY AND TAR 'II expUt.ations been forthcoming. I.atly I C. APOSTLE

' A1 ; ,''r i the representations of the British ,
I minister have been practically unnoticed CHRISTMAS SHOPPING? East
iff !! 14 GwniHeit si s l
There also in
are causes i I
ix aIr i'
which British subjects; and companies .! Formerly Cordova Bestaur.i ,..a
w : # ; the and heals have large claims. We have been Christmas Bells will soon Ring Merrily. '
; stops cough the i acting 'I One car-load of Pineuppir fl.7r;I
FFF I: i '' y III In conjunction! with the German HAVE YOU SELECTED YOUR to $2.00 per dozen.

;4 f,$ lungs and serious .. s s4j.41 government, which also has large _
I. prevents -- hi, claims against Venezuela. A final PRESENTS ? **

:, communication has been made to the t =GOLA= .
; $ : results from a cold. J1aRETTA Iii; I Venezuelan government by our min Perhaps we can help you make your

V ister and the German charge d'affaires. selections. We have Complete Grist and Corn Weal Mills
', Lines of ,
If no satisfactory! reply is received the
t! Consumption Cured CONTAINS ; "
no OPIATE; lil )I governments have decided to take such NOVELTIES BRACELETS |L GONZALEZ & CO., Prop,
U ; Foley & Co., Chicago. Dana, Ind. Sept. 28, 1902. 1 I
ii i Isk Gentlemen-FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR cured me consurap.. ISMIlDiriWTIVE.I J measures as are ncetsary to enforce Mtnafactcreri

#" 't lion after I had suffered two years and was almost desperate. Three physicians VAnd 8f.Remedy hI ,,I their claims" JEWELRY, RINGS, I CHOICE MKAL AND I'UIIKGUOISD
- y4 failed to give me any relief and the last one said he could do me no good. I tried \ tor old end Yountfaulty > it.; Replying to a supplementary question STOCK FEKD.

n 4i4 almost every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until FOLEY'S HONEY ReeommendedbytheMed"JC J 10 I :Mr. Balfour said he understood CLOCKS NECKLACES Patronize Home Industry for tn r* u
f l
t 4. AND TAR was recommended to me. Its effect right from the start was magical. ... -. the communication to Venezuela was every reason you should buy von-- Men uA
''i I improved steadily from the first dose and am now sound and well, and thinkFOLEY'S ) for the various !: I I S neither joint nor identical. POCKET BOOKS I *tock Feed from the Home Manufacturer.
for doing encoaraze home uidai.try.
by BO
you
"
HONEY AND TAR is a God-send to people with Throat and Lung iaffectionsofthe i s ,
the
Your Is I@ftln
,1 + Trouble. Yours Mrs. J j Close to Zero Mark. money commutltyandyou
ki 1 } very truly, Alary Ambrose.FOLEY'S : tIsJ..JLroat in torn are Indirectly 'vneflttiID
,+*tli4 "' ; Kansas City Dec. 8.-Todaj's is the MEERSCHAUM PIPES. fostering tine borne man"ifaru[ rev yon
L Jtezt h ,.. ,
contribute to the eaus..of t."' \ .IIM
; coldest of the season in this of
pan It is the Best Stock we have Ever '\n.1 It to tneoommanlty in V!.>et! \I'll >haatf
is HONEY AND TAR '
1'j 1 I the southwest: the temperature being oontrlbateiitOToar --uum!
i and we will be pleased to have you
; and Lungs.IFOLEY&CO. dost to the mark. At Kansas
: zero!: come in and ask prices. I -
,1P contains no opiates and does not con IU City the Missouri river is filled with '
l = ,s Mail Orders also Receive Our Special
; t floating ice the first this year, and at Attention! Herring- Bros.
+ l IA stipate like ordinary cough medicines.THREE 1'tt PaatD taY II l S o'. lock, it was 10 degrees, above ,
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r j zeio Throushout Kansas and the PETER LINDEHSTRUTH HOn,1)! ..

,\ f1 | armories a further fall of temperature ,| Have specially pop-1': 'II ,_ -
t SIZES-25c 50c and $1.00 CHICAGO, ILL.ml tti I is expected within the nru2\ : 116 South; Palafox Street.PARKER'S. I for the removal "I : .

1 s' t "___ sis 1 i !hcuis. front the city IIII!."-.
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i ,, The 50 cent size contains 2j; times as much as the i HI I Chio In Blizzard's- Grasp. '" I Will remove dead :' i- "r ,\\-1! r

i I i small size, and the $1.00 size almost 6 times as much.I I ) .J I II. I Columbus 0., Doc 8.-Ohio was in .' r'i, ;.-" Otnirt HAIR and beiutifiti BALSAM tile hair I Address One Dollar JlBlII\I P3C":' : Ih'i-;, ,

.
ln"citj the ', ,
grasp of a cold wave this: morning Fails to Bcetora Ormy Or !Ipl1veordH= I i I.I. !

{k ". REFUSE SUBSTITUTES I and the mercury was dropping with indications .q i;- "nail'Cum r..to.'p It.d,....Youthful..a k Laic. Color.tuiuz.It I iJ5: ; East Inti';u. .'1" "
!?* ... I that it *,ioJt'1'.1' rM, ;,',
would to in
: ; go zero --------. ------_-_-_ ---
-- ---- central below in n.
[ and western Ohio bytonight.
'mS i Coldest of Present V/inter. GEORGIA LEGISLATURE. .. .,:..;-f-rran; "C.:I01 the session is ('OW'pIted I There was :3 I !inches of snow SAMUEL CHARLES
,
r 1 Pl4 Kncxvillr. Tf>nn. !U..(". 8.-I::sat Ton I anti it now develops that those in northeastern Ohio and high winds

d 1' r.i,..ot is expcmnrins;; the ("oltlpst1If'atht"r House Votes Down Amendment to Increase who were porposin to get the appropriations were prevailing in the same section. MAKER
brit (.' the prtsontAinttr. A General Tax Rats. I hill and the general tax bill It was fair in other sections, with temperature l' '1 BDDT AND SHOE ,

: i )<.en\y frost formed in this city an.1sution Atlanta De .H WAIT.
A : REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU
t } t Ta ..l last night The day voted down the amendment before the close of the session were in Columbus and Cincinnati.Cot'GIISANUCnr.l191N .
tcmperatury
Fsp fill TO 2S alcove. and the weathor ')'\. general: tax !bill by Mr. Hall of Bibb, pursuing a fort of Ignis fatuus. A p3: :11 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoe Leather and Find inliOTfOL'HI '

q'' '' t. roan olfmnls here predicted that theV.vvest I to Increase the general tax rate to 6.22: I great deal of work remains to be CHII.DKHNKecrinnieiulailon 'IMIOMJ :fill J'A I."FOX HTHKKTiSUC'CESSOB .

'4; t11JWr.turt' tnnhht0111.1 tit mills, by the large majority of 111 to I done on these measures, and they will of a'ell Known -. -
f ti .. '.O 4. probably be the I last matters
twen an 2 n dr,rws al"ivzeo very Chicago riiyxician. I
; jai 1 .' weather !is cal) tied in Kentucky. The bill aa reported by the ways and finally!! acted on Loth by the house and I use aud prescribe Chamberlain's AL M. Avery
moans committee fixed the general tax senate.The. ..
1 1AT for almost all obstinate -
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rate at 5 mills, of which 3.18 is for University of Georgia will get Cough Remedy
Hi"V irot r'uniiifKol'il general purposes and 1.82: for the sink $2.11): ; each year for the next two constricted coughs, with direct TO AVERY t WOOLFOLK

:, p lfnltitaieiarP "in:ilr: 'h" pent: =eto = ing fund In addition there is a tax I years fcr trair.tenaiue fun l. and this results. I prescribe it to children of IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

tar l, the n"w dniovery which of .23 nulls: for the sinking: fund, mak I will enable the institution to take advantage all ages. Am glad to recommend it
fs makin "0 in' dick penplQ l well
1''; ii my i : iug a total of 5.23: mills or $5.23 on of the I'eal'jdy offer of $:.0,- to all in need and seeking relief from HARDWAKE.
and we Ik people tr\1I; by di; \ $i/H)4. ono; for a n-.>w library building for the
tr t t what they eat, by flein=iujr I colds and coughs and bronchial afflictions. -
i } .;weerenuisr the stomach al d end I Mr. Hall's amendment proposed to coil''pe.This. It is non-narcotic and safe
: : 4'tt trinsforminy: : ; their food into the make the tax for general] purposes 4.17 much was settled by the senate inthA hand-*of the moat unprofessional. Iron, Nail, Axes Shove 13, Saw Mill and Steamboat
$.tu i lund of pure, rich red bone! t'at I mills an increase of .99 mills. This committee on appropriations Saturday: A universal panacea for all Mipnlies, Cooking and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oil-
4 c I mankind. MR MARY R. MELKN- Window Glass, Guns! Pistols and Fi-hin:? Tackle
+ : t1 make= feel '.11!! Mrs.
you good over. would put the total at C.22 mornin! ? and It Is to be expected that
Jt, :M Z Cr niI1: of Troy, 1. 1'., writes: For The committee's action fixing the the action of the committee:! will be DY. M. D., Ph.D., Chicago, 111. This sate and Tinware ana lIon efurnisiiiig] (HIOlj J ,.
# I remedy is for sale by all druggists
P ;rt a. uumb f.t ye lrl I wm troubled ,
e t. xj with ludujoiition; and! dy,,pppia tax rate at 5 mills was adopted by a confirmed as to that item when the and medicine dealers. jtCTAGENHFOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COM! \
th r t which grew into the wnr-t f ,rm.I' large majority \ote. measure is reported back to the upper -- --- -- --- Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Etni.' ..
r Finally wi; induced to HA Kodn! The house adopted by a vote of 74 !jj house. The house had already agreed If you want a nice present to giveto Wheel Co., Liftin A Rind Powder Co., Johnson's K ilsomine .
i I + ;; 1 andjifter u iujr four b,ttb-* I am entirely j to 6.< an amendment( to the general upon the amount named for the tinker a friend,go and look through the Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges, Win

t- cured. I hfl.1rtilrt'CflUlUlEI1 j tax art which! requires that all foreign sity. elegant line of suitable articles at Coups & 'o.'rf Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masur\ -
t+ irfc Kodol to all Buffers from irdijw tion .
: > :Made Riilroad Colors.
a corporations having an office. J. I. Stephens you surely can find
and dysju-ps.h.! Take a d 'a I warehouse or salesroom In the state. Forty Years Torture something to please yon. If you Masonic Temple @ Pensaroia. FII\
nieaU. Lt dike"ts what: you eat. ....
shall a specific or occupation tax want anything in the Diamond line
ilargi Pharmacy, John Shepard, 1 pay .
To be relieved from torturing disease
from $2:; to $1.000 In be sure to see him before you buy.
N r44 t !F4 Sidney K.ihn.: | graduated ac-
i I cordance with the size of the capital after forty years' torture might Try Gunther's Candies at The Star Laundry

1 CORES t\ CCLDn\ ali{E DAY I stock of such corporation well cause the gratitude of any one. Solomon's. ,
ka I Tins is of
considered
by many one
; k CURES GRIP IN TWO DAYS the most radical amendments to the That is what DsWitt's Witch Hazel t Biggest Busiest Best !
Salve did for C. Haney, Geneva O. SEND YOUR ORDERS ,
,
general tax bill ever adopted by the
He : "DeWitt's Witch Hazel -
house, and great interest was manifest; .1| says
Salve cured me of piles after I had Pearl & Dolive for I
Jr ed in the debate and in the result to carpenter or I
suffered forty years.' Cures cuts, electrical work. Repair work a _
No warmer fight hs: ever bee'i They Speak
burns, wounds, skill diseases.: Beware specialty. !
,-
1 atFt made at this session! tlu: that on this I ._
section of the general tax bill, which of counterfeits. HargiV Phar I
I
:1 proposes to put this graduated tax on macy,John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn. DR. KING'S

.t. all foreign corporations doing business I for Them eI\'es\ .
1
+ I ?. i! in Georgia. Foley's Honey and Tar TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR .1
t rk, y ytp' There will b? something r'oing e\ory
', .
Ir colds pneumonia. ,
I cures prevents We let theKbirt < : '
ht 1 minute dating this: the last xvotk ot \ --.------- -- THAT COLD. I
t | the legWative! session of l.lt! :2. \)'Sether NAVAL d'TOL'k:7 M.UtKtJ. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. I and Cuff we Launder FlI".k 'r

1 the general assembly; ] will adjournon i I; themselves They will tilk JIIII"' ; r
I Reported Dally for The N ,w. l> Cures ConsumptionCoughs !'
j ,
:
I i We b i
want to
1 can. 111'1.
Friday or Saturday has not yet been I than we
I determined. The last day of the st>s.1 Union Naval Store. Go.BoeiH. Colds, Bronchitis!' Asthma, S; more by the work we do ttl.h> ,'
' 8 a I I
;,,r THIS SIGNATUREaivrAPHEAB sion is Friday but if yesterday (Sun I PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-i i what we say.

day) should be declared a dies non. WW _.... ............. I2<> H...__.._ .... 1185WU
5'y R'F +t., I ............... ..... 8 *O O..__-... _....ltt risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
rpj as a resolution noIJdore the houses S .... no .."_..8 W K_.-...... .-_ 1 WJ Sore Throat, Croup and ALL WORK c. O..D. Goods Called for ui Deliierei F r- '. '
adjournment sine die will
proposes
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not be had until Saturday right I K __ ... .._......_ 55: D_....__.... 1 40i Whoopfccj Cough.NO TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
Despite the fact that but five or six : t.-------i 05 C A below __. 1IIJ CURE. NO PAY.

CN EVERY BOX OF THE GENUINE. mo.---- days- remain...- -.nenaof---- the- most- I. Fllun TVBFBlTllIa-50 I Price 60c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. I WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager. .

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-ati says of

r..' I will use Presto all the time for pastry. I wouldn't ask
s for anything better. It is splendid. It is remarkable.
1115 Prairie Ave. Chicago. Nov.j, ijoa. (Signed) Margaret Rowan, la employ of Mr .P.D.Artnotr,

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY. DECEMBER 9 1902 i ii'i
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-- HENRY GATCHITT MEET AT I pi;; ,' ,

DEAD. NEW ORLEANS. I r i; 1I ..fd' I

Was New York's First Newsboy to Convention American Public ,
Cry Health i t
for medicinal I S,
Best uses
Papers Aloud. Association.New I :I. i'i'I I
New York. Dec. 8.-Henry Oatctltt. Orleans Dec. 8.-Three hundred I. I

who' as a lad was the first newsboy in delegates and visitors to the thirtieth : :

Tour physician wul tell you that you should always have some rood whiskey In the' New York to cry his papers aloud. annual convention of American r

totem Fur accidents, fainting spells, exhaustion and other emergency cases it relieves has Just died at his home In Brooklyn, Public Health association and constitaent -
But must have good whiskey pure whiskey for poor whiskey adulterated i
nJ revives. you a rich man. bodies are in the
a city today and
may do decided harm. HAYXER WHISKEY Is Just what you need for it goes t tI
Jictfrom! our own distillery to you with all its original strength, richness and flavor, He was born on the east side and their program of business and enter I .
rarrr .1: a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE of PUR- sold newspapers !In the streets when tainment will extend over the next five for infants and Children.
and AGE and saving the dealers'enormous profits. We have over a quarter of a the site of Cooper days. The first
rrY Union meeting
exclusively family trade who know It Is best for medicinal was a corn was the annual
..an satisfied customers Par'j'
Ill'; and prefer It for other uses. That's why YOU should try it. Your money back 11 field. Acting on an inspiration one session of the bacteriological Castoria is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil
purposes are cot satisfed.Direct day he took up his stand in Park Row branch of the association. It was composed goric, Drops and Sootlmi" Syrup It is 1'Icnsant. It
jcu contains neither Opium Alorpliiuo nor other Jfareotic I
and began calling out the largely of the
names of advisory councilof
Fe\eriHline ,
nb..tauee. It destroys Worms and allays >s. tIt
from our distillery to YOU his papers, and an Inkling of their the association with representativesfrom cures Diarrhd-a a-.ul Wind Colie. It relieves Teeth- i ','J
contents to passersby. The present the United States and Mexico, ins; Troubles and cures Constipation ft regulates tho '

Sans Dialirs' Profits I Privints Adulttratlon! I "extra" yell of the newsboys' dates and is devoting itself, to scientific research I Stomach' and Bowel, giving: healthy and natural bleep.

from that time. in matters pertaining Vi sanitation The Children's auacca-Tl1e 3Iothers I'riend. I, ;

Dr. F. F. Wesbrook, of Min- *
The Kind You Have
Always Bough
Coal Famine Threatens Omaha. M'a poll s. chairman of the section of

HAYNER WHISKEY Omaha Neb., Dec. 8.-Last night bacteriology and chemisty, presidedover 1 Bears the Signature of

the mercury went to the zero markin the meeting today which opened

Nebraska and in Southern Iowa but with a import of the committee on

PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE today's report indicates moderating standard methods of water analysisin

weather with snow falling in several which the section is deeply inter-

places. The present cold has ested. The program included papers
$ snap
FULL
O-20! EXPRESS I been particularly serious in this city, germain to this subject by Dr. Veran- I

4 because of the small as A. Moore Stephan A. Gage Earle B.
supply of coal
O In Use For Over 30 Years.
PREPAID Phelps. S. C. Prescott E.
QUARTS and a fear that it will be soon ex G. Horton .. .
yF .r er..u. eoafaa" 11 """ """"" "0.'0"" err
hausted. George C. 'Whipple. Frederick! S. Hollls. 11- .1__ 'm 1IIJI.iiII!! -= A
Adolph Germann. Robert Spurr. Wes-
tend you FOUR FULL QUART KOTTLES: of HAY "ER'S SEVEV- I -
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\1 DU RYE for t.UU: and ne will pay the express. charges. Try it and Cold Wave Strikes St. Louis. ton and Henry C. Fuller.
II n't find it all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from
it else at any price send It back at our expense and your 13 20 will be St. Louis, Dec. 8.-A veritable cold Portugal's King Homeward Bound. # ;:; W. B. WRIGHT>> GOfflPfiflY
to by next maii. Just think that oner over. How could it be
you
r" wave has struck St. Louis and vicinity London Dec. 8.-The king of Portugal -! 'n1i 'I
!If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a rent Better let us I r
.
j a trial enter. If you don't want four quarts fourcelt.lrl't a friend tot I Yesterday was the coldest day today concluded his three weeks' I ilrP' II
SLpmentmade in a plain sealed case with no marks to show w hat's ot the but DEALERS IN I
season, MANCFACTUKERS
today there Is a still visit to England and started homewardby \

TS for Ariz.,CaL. Col.Idaho. Mont.Kev..N.Sfei. Ore.,Utah Wash further decrease in the thermometer.At way of Paris.jtudgin's lt :
0' must he on the basis of 4 Quarto for S4.OO bv Express 7 = -
a. m. the weather bureau y Y LUMBER LATHS
record ) t
Prepaid or 2(5 Quarts for Sltt.OO by Freight Prepaid. : i :
was 13 degrees above zero. The
sky
Write our nearest office and do it NOW. is clear lire Best for $c. ':
; ? & SAWED CYPEE R 81nIGltS.lin.DriE! SaPI
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY .ciJJJJ
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Ma FLA.
n.\\TA. G.C.YTON. OHIO ST. LOUIS ST. PAUL, MINN. r r I "'" PENVACOI.A.
'?sO<:/a6;: .a'V!"'1o.t.I'l';''X:.F'}>:z4:0,;:rt>t J:'i 'w.e.1.'"'':'O'V, :i J Pc': :V:4 r '' -; V.1 --a -=
Lrr r+ .lw..rw. .re.iur--I
Disriu IRT, TROT 0. EST1BUSHID 18M. ---- --------- -
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.. I ( il I COAL AND W OfJ8 .

1-1N. GOLDRWG '

DR. LlriCiLC'a DISCOVERY. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH IW TIGEK TRADF I

Curse I THIS WINTER THAN EVE EFCRE t,'
New Means cf Ca- sing Rhythmic! ;

Beats In 'Hewrt Muscle. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCiflZ.

()1'DRINK Chicago, Due. '>. -- The disioof anew f J.I.LARGEST.K!
If J. rEA t\\ I
nears cf dusiiis; I.:)Ihm c beats I .'q Thompson Olsen & 0':>5

; in a tp: : cf i hcait: muscle I is announced ...-.=c.\.i. J. ,
: from the University of Chicago. The ,------- -- -.---- 4<
f. Manresa Street, TelephoneESTABLISHED .14 7.
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rtimiMis: is oxygia and! Dr. David J.

Ijinglo 13 the ciscoerer.He << .
has !been working on the lines 1663.
KM BY of Profrssor DEALER ij ---
Jacques Locus announcemct LIQUOR

WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.. D ade two years ago; that a solution McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

of salt would start a heart to pulsltir.g. 1
'. f 'in I., girrn in gins oj"t ----- ----- -- o -DIALKBB lea- 0
It IOIIA has beta known that -

,,,-<1\'pnl will 11 at'('u rt'iiuiirlcilje.or d tro\ the heart is extremely sensitive to oxygen ii i r Ship Chandlery and General Jlardmare
it. I.r alcuiinl3! tlmu'1t""lIt and to carbon dioxide, the gas pro- i ,
1< a confirmed diced in vitiated! air. Cut heretofore iJ1 i IN WEST:FLORIDA. I'
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\ii,,' r;' MK-I&I drinfeer or the I 603 AND 003 S. PALAFOX. STltEET.A.GENOY
,:..r..rnllvoll14tobavpan. ; action of oxygen has been ..'v -- ravv.n u _
',. minors alter usingof thought to b<> confined to the purification
REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S \H05B: CO.'lr
; of tho tlocd.
: Dr. Lingln! shows
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II.r. \v. r. T rrintfocifnt : 'K'
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUKSEL\ & SON'S PUMP8.
that this has '
: > of W'ona sag: the power directlyto I LOWEST PRICE WHISKY HOUSE j

:.,: .'-<"i-RZt: "'"1 lolOn.n Imvc: festal- sustain the bents! of a strip of heart I }ytf i if Sam Safiiji hlsts!' oas, Usstica1! 8niot! !, nut, iirfctr, SiihiCOUi'ABSKS. '
,
".n.rv obstinate muscle removed from the body of a
.. LOGS, fTC
,< hnvf i..n iii.iux. tuiIe: and keep it nin: for from 21 1
m.. Iv was given H-- : ? f .aa.IN I PENSACOLA. [I McKenzie Oertln; Col'ectm: Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aaso I
\ "'. "i.mmen'i! Mrr.b.rsof and In.n.dy. to 72: hours. Even then the muscle ',tf ciation.

-'i nn' nu rrono- roanoO onlv because' dissolution set ___ _n __ .
:u our umpvrTrfil in. and in tac't.the snip! continued to I

package beat fs: 2t hours of the 72 wiih part 1 t I REMEMBER THIS 4I! THE GARDEN SECTION !
of it already dead !
: I
Mri. A. F tN: Townsend for = I

Vl'.lr 'r>lary jf s Wonsn's ConstI. I I II B JOe give the Best Whisky lifter Whisky I. 4 oOPoPensacola.
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I. rip, rjrre L-tion; 218 Tremcnl i 1 you i i'I
M P. ,ton Vi,,. in ivn.iicola by f .4-/ I I : Better Measure, Better Service and Be> ter Treatment Poi i l IPlorida* 1-
.
;" 1 St ..-= all the way through than any house in our 4 i I

n'i cl;;L'i ;' ,!i en every box cf tho rjcnclna i I Near East Hill Electric Terminus.
< has We Railway I
business .
laxative iiromo'QuinincTaueu: !<; line of given or can gill are 3 3'aM
Ice
Covered.. the rencdllbt tree a void la oce day ; working for ft a priJlfJiJl'w principal of honesty Irrl
!f
-:More than fi
: Business and to fiJ' I Beautiful Lots for Sale. I
fallen in this sec. f in the Whisky we go e. ;

K': >t ZG; hours. Early There! .Helical will be Modify a regular Attrr.tl.kn.meeting of I It.f' ;:}4 1 treme in carrying out our idea. You can de (i: I It1 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord

'Ilmf'nt i degrees: thermometer! .Pcnncola Medical B cttj alli.he t pend on it that you will always get a shade the j i ing to location and surroundings.

,,- :; above. The Board ot Health ofPoext k best of dealings you may have with Gold-:::1 I IfXl
1 any ----- ---------
: predicts
that the
tcm.i'l
cl'ckp.la.Tuesday, Dec 9 and 1!:$
)
,. : to 10 above ycro to. Vi3iint phjsicians are coratali:1.1 ring. Every order and everything pertaining 'G#j Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View

v.'re weather has canssuSIFI1SiOn Ttid attend. commands will be High Dry Fertile Lands.
I ; to the execution of your Personally ,
of DR.W. C. DPWBERY, ;
navigationsteamer. ;
Presidei.t.OK. t K looked after. I Ida i
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;1 as.'nger iMfhi'd this .from City IVU of L. DE 1. KLOCKFK > The grandest opportunity for investment ever

port 'ii2f>ttf Secretary., l''i I f' I cffered in Pensacola.
I toiiax dining! a fierce gale. 1
ov -r.< d! with ice. t:.z Whiskies in Barrels Liquors in Cases.
Marston $ Quina have I I I Il't'r Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
Li I'erOal
Coldest of Season. some very nice Dressers and : Old Wllrye-r..u 60 Illl'Ht.Bottle t i

Dp" S -This is the coldest Wash Stands r Pond Lily ... .. .. .. .. 2 (00 Lily.. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ..$ id.O) .aAaVClUbbS :
.i very cheap. . .. .. .. .. . .I ;
Detroit; : Old Crow X ... .. -To (sill . .. .. 01 '
flan. In and Michigan.cacttcr Just the thing to go with l\, Old Crow XX ... ... .. 3 W H'rmlta1; .. .. ... .. .. .. jj; I r.41 M
; .: ..' repisit-i.-J! ; l In Iron Beds.KNIGHTS. : Hfrmiteke. .. ... .. .. 3tN) Old Crow. ..... .. .. .. .. iii : Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets J
'o in ti'a city. a de iP Old Danville Pure Kye. :i CO (ioidring's ro.3. ... .. .. .. I 00 bVN.
''' _us ducilig lat night. ... .. .. .. I F
i iI Attertoti, Four Year Old. 3 oO H HoIlln; 1 is) i
$
'!i. t''rouglM'iit the night. e. Atterton Sic Year Old Old Lo': Cllbill.. .. .. .. .. I 00Anderon i: ; F.C. BRENT WM. H KNOWLKH. W. K. HYEK. JR.. J. H, REEH I /

'K I degrees: above zero LODGE DIRECTORY l 1 108 Proof .. .. ..... ... 100 Club.... .. ... 11M) .1; President' Ytce-praidont. ( Ais't Cashier, I ; 1
--i .... .. .. .. .... .
i1: I S't Marie the tht'rnionn1- I Goldrlll '..So.3. Fine Rye -1N) Globe Gin 1... I :

,' toro. K. H. Rollins .... ... .. 4 00 I Oin Puo"phate.. .. .... .. 1110 ffiigl i
ju: Ilijrh winds, Florida: Club.. .. I 6 {00 I Ruchu I Gin. .. .... .. .. I 12; eaWbon -. :
u.m<: tin I.alp Huron Midil I !! ,! O? P7TH.Ii At .yJ'j, I First 1at1ona.1 Bank
*
,', I Peter Cooper .. ... -.6 CO i ; Whl kf.. .. .. .. .. I 2u yt i : I"
:\1 II"n rrnl" -.ts a J.' mile vied IVnHaoola. 1.0.1:1', No.: S, K. of I*.. I j4 Yellow Label .... lJtll. Paul Jones. .. ... .. .. i Iij I ;
a n.: j \ 'I i I-. i I i ; :Mlimnt's1'xtraRye. .. ... 6 uIMiuine > Parker ltye. .. .. .. .. .. .. 12Fr =.1 I I I
mretsevery Monday eyes i N.C.Coin Whis- Peter CIoppr. .... .. .. .. 1 60 I IVellawLiibei '
I In ing the at 7w: Klouct at Castle- Watio.iiu: I to.9; kv .. .. .... .. .. .. ... 200! .. .. .. ... .. 1 IU) it i OF Pr.i AOt.A. F L. iIAIi : f
Ii k f.t lor J'f''r.. i I'. BnlHng. third floor.ri"ltlni I t J Old L"jr Corn \Vhiky.. .. 4 .00 tiurrar; hill Club.. .. .. .. 1 ftO ;s i i
lilt'fli.n.Hitt liver dlnrtted tar ? hretJirrn corfl'a'l'! f,1 y{ :Montreal Malt Rye . 4 ooHollind Green River. .. .. .. .... 1 50 rt FltTn'LXiR11Wei. I
I -aa.:*"li ID ty Iw prevrned 1 liy t;9t .5 wolconud H. A. LEE I "I -1 ". ".-1 : H. KNOWLJBS \/. A. BIOONT F. C. IiRr 'l. N. R. HYI+c 31 ; .: 1 ,
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III-nu: tht' -v-tMui \\ ittiKirlv lp lV it tie : H. HOhtLKR C. I I i (I :> 1 DIPOJTIn: AVIXIIS.Kncdrick : J D. 0. BRr.N'i.:: I I II
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K }L A K. C Gal
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I : RietTuei
'.. Lunou.; I m. .. .. .. .. .t.f'! W Krot -Durkbeimer.Kriedrlck t. 1 I :
pills do not ripTbev! Ii.V.wel :; 1'nperial l' in.. .. ... .. 3A) Krote-Laubcnlidhner.Krlednck f r : I r: ,
; gently I'ut nieasly: | andia.n .. .. ... . .. Krote-Kor!tvr.Krlrdriek ? r ail lull til
Imported -tool r X hf ( Sdi i
l n
','lit. ;'ill of arr.th"nei t"lIlf': I. to't'e-land pr.'r..rti.l;.. NEW STORE 1 NEW GOODS : k l wixis.:: Krete-Hockheimer. .f..j': '' p ya alMrtaay,. }> i f : !l
\ Kriedrick Krote-:NlerstelnerUlonckCunlilTc I i ;
i- 1'liarm.icy John Shrpjurd 1'EDRUGS; i iWhite's 1c..4 IYrM liobson A Co. PortPt Canul.CunllrTA i \ __ .'t. t I I IZWe
.
h'11111. 1 Port ') 1PstiC'I 1 (N' Iiob draw Bills of Ec t I
4 Co. Great
-on St Julian e oar oz-n rouge oa Britain, Irbl&Lqa ,
-. Port, California. .. .. .. .. 1 5n j'' I
I I r', Au !u->tolieMullrr.tort.\ + ; Germany France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpnin, Belpiozn RusbJa J.
PSweden.
I'.rt.Imptlrted.. .. .... .. 4 IK | -r ; I
01.. S TOrt.I.A. t t/; Sherry Wine, Di'ine-tic. .. 1 00 AKel Raga &Co. Military 1'unch. !:>; I w'y-, Denmark and other Biropen ccPBtrfes.Dl3bcr9d ,i :Ji I

B, % the! K.nd You Hat A''frays) 5?:zt3' Sherry, XX .. ... ... ... 1 SOy Booth Italilgrvn Clrrac. hunscb. .. t I 1
re Pharmacy. hherry." hupoited... .. .. 400Ansjelicj Jul.HI'f1U30lto.Haute.aull'rnl's. 1'\ I' VailReh rrpon thObll .. More Fnv rahJ4 Tsrmp. and hell : I I
1.! .... .. ... ...... 2! 00 ToonzSbfcrr.v. \ tiona Taken Payable a* Per of nestlrat't'', Ten or Fifteen Day I I "
il : .. .. ... .. .. .. 150 All tbeee Goods are Imported and ] I altar .ldllll Arrives there : I
ITHE underisGed has opened a I ta Caret .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. tiLl art In Ordinal t las Packages. + ,
: Bed- I Drug BU'lims; in the Renhaw I., I"IJLE AbK.NTEcftor !'V f3t F Deposit BttYN fc+r Kent in Ccnneotioni i';
>nu want a good
building. 106 South Palafox street [ f IUM.rl Deis I with which tjrn htv" n p'.wyt '? rTn"' nt for tbTT*.
PerCrel Champa nes s t:
or a nice Crib for the with a full line of Freh Drug, Perfume >'*a,; Rum. .. .. .. .. .. .....*2 01.1) In fact I Vwp rf 141 1'' f "q".n .. t i i(1 j
everything In the
f
:::/r o to M.trstonk (g ; ", Soaps and such other articlesa ;- I have litany more brand too Liquor Line. I I

.... are usually kept in an up-t'>-date I! ,a numerous to mention.rUAXDir.s. m '
Drug Rusine I k1 t niUNCH 1I0l' to:! : (jet WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREEl'! f I Iwrit I- !,!:

tI t J CUKE\ tO'JRSELFJ' We respectfully solicit a share of I t, Per GalBrandy :-treet, Opp Union i-iTarragolla .
tiMiar for h nd.nmu !J'! i
. .. .. .. : am J
.
"'ernE9 t'xaaige for nnnatarai: 'l X $200 Phone as. IIl'pot'I. iN mtlll;s..1 icuJiitturami
1 4.... '\1 d"fhar2".II.d..cmahoniJ" the public patronage, uromising to Brandy, XX. .. .. .. .. 400 Palafox ... .. J3L r .*e orLat l.-aittirul vnmmiut fn RF.ADTUEI.ETTIKS s v'" pnlri 'J and (' J
Street _
3 itratauuuor ulcpratiuntlaro. -d.- ale ele tot rtmii
.01j entire sari factit both in C ?on. I* n am! tau w I II
= n
give Tt .
Domestic. 2 00 .
r c at 'uUgl ) '!1 ,
rmlrt, aol cut goods and prices B. B. Brandy Imported lJo\lIll..ral\nd Belmont ..Phone IM eei: I d, plurlwwMa b Hlf (H Por uts .* Yalta : : j
It I I I t 4ue of rprfniiic Itirir [

wnniww)t,[yc' 'iCo.. .. gentor Bold by pOItUDOU5.lleUII'1 Tlia Prescription Department is in : formedicinalpurposes..100v .... .. .... ., .. ..10 0)Ir I j Long Distance Phone 6S. c!r:;.. 1 1l i .f I choir MN.n4*of.. iiDieof in lIp Ihe.Uai market..lmnimni I.v, |>.. !......,ll.. I It't j: ..
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Cognac 1' O.
\ ,a..8.1. or eent; ln I'laiil wrarprr Mox :1"11.< Jrv lht.u <>i IO Uwarr kniTr r.rjtui.iii Paid. like 1
.. charge of our Mr. Walter H. White, r } 'sjl
I
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Ytve.ataltIwrLtatndnl
.J'! Ff nxpreu; pr p id."joi t: bnwnu. It
\ j: J' JI.Q. ..r 3 trotter t.75. I the ircnl aLo wlleLWyMloar/4l S<.Ap ;. I
i who will hi* utmost to all e C
pleae
.
pia : < bt ott tMi.nlVf50VAL try I: of three of the Lirse-t t: we Kivt a bo-l'lm Ulnnrr KM-nut a
) I am proprietor Siloons! in Penarola.iS I toy..".--oor. I* ntifnll7 d..rdatd *'A i
.. who : favor him with their order Fli., Wnolesale: : and Retail: therefore I ctn compete with f.. : Vrvtu fruit tncH' ,lolllur l mily 00% l>m- $ isI t
.. ,:-ESTH'S .N..LI"'lfI any .8BI..t. ffrre. Weal"'llv'-l"JO'h i .Irn,
J. ) ,. At our tC'ck is entirely new :zi house in thin line in the state By sending a tri 11 order it will t-', 1.m., .r. ,a pra.ed. .ytla..nd liming IK..in hairs. I'eut.'r Ta:>.-.> CC !! .
PILLS "I i a' tI a ilea
I ; and fresh, we solicit a trial order. x' convince you that my style of doin busiuta+ will always please ': :H... l.l.t EE3tP' Furka. t.ran.tewato. t....,1 h..n< :51.t-L 'a. .( ,
'r a.."an.t," si.ly pa.!I.Evasion..U.r.. t'fieI; All orders must be accompanied by P. 0. or Expres-s Mouey Order. '_ : E.5. Tiin.r. OHUfv ..l tntarnnwda./vast..... .'"p.r.T l
C n Ur Mt .ftumer are a. TT+1 w:: a. a "er> Wral ivw : I Iwe'
.r Mini11.. IS i..LI.IF1.h1 .: 'n. .... n. Welru"' '.., Sul 1. ,
.... ... W. H. White & Co. ip" n f } I
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GOLDRING ., ..
1Yk.-a.1 N. .
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r--ub.O. ........ u.J Imit..rv .. 1i: maw" t lla) ; iiu ) Aii.NEt n p rt I1I1CH1-VO il wrli t-t* non.yl v Of twi.foiMOAli iH rc py.g It 1 I.at Du.Y t dclny. i
uw.rt. ur e t. II PHONES: u4 I
..I I Perti....I..,.....ink....a.T..i.l.,., tic.. .... ,I Pay X".I?,'". :Night No. 44G I:: Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer, PENSACOLAFLORIDA. ; SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts., ST. LOUIS MO.
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DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA TUESDAY, DECEMBER e, 1902tNEW5

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I WHILE WE WARN :$ : : ;t+'t. t7..: ffi}${ g :t l: FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY--

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I We Also Comfort and Cheer. ri r A.-Ii
NOTES1
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LET
1 \..., HOLIDAY (...)

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!Paine's CeleryCompound iN! YOURPRESENTS
Miss" E. Collins of New Orleans hat

Hotel Ecmbia today. ::1:) DISPLAy.mit. :
x : i
Capers! King representing the !

piauo house of Luddeu t B3teaof I
ij 1 THIS YEAR BE OF THE PRACTICAL KIND. "
Savannah is here today. ''is an Infallible Cure for All I
:MORE ACCEPTABLE THAN AN ELEGANT PAIR OF
o-A.T-o i SHOE
I s
E. C. McCullagh aid Samuel I
Forms of THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY TO SELECT Flt' 11i!
.p ; Taylor of Mobile are at the Merchants

e on business: l today. I j j RHEUMATISM. .BIG STORE. A nrvv OP Tin: MANY STYLUS wi 11.\ \ I. .

t \V. H. Sloan arrived from Jacks ij

s sou, 0., yesterday, and is so pleased ,Ii i| Although we are all born with .. .. Ladies' Extension Sole Shoes, Lace or Button.... .. .. . SA 50Ladles'
j the principles of dissolution in our
;, with the climate that he will remain j I
!|]I frame which continue to operate .. Extension Sole, Lace, Patent Tip...... ...... .. . $1.20
for some time in Pensacola. [ from our birth to cur death we are ;

r#;: i. +i Grand Master Julius Otto, I. 0.i j j Iloved under obligation one to keep to Heaven ourselve and freej our j :I(:,i Handkerchiefs FOP All.i :(I.:j Men's Patent Leather Lace Shoes..... ..... .. .... .. $? 25Men's
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O. F. from West arrived at the :, f ( %. i* }

#t j- + Merchants, : Key last night and will hold :]I I from death disease must come and suffering.to every human While |E|:) Our Stock is Complete With New Lace and :(:j J') Patent Vici Kid Genuine Goodyear So 50Men's

a joint meeting of all lodges of that |:i being, pain may be avoided and our 'I 5; I II Vici Kid 6 Styles Newest Toes.. .. .. . .. .. . *v )Q
: 1 days' made happy and long/; if we Embroidered Goods.

order tonight. !|; keep the blood and physical struc-1 Men's Vici Kid, Leather Lined...... .. .... .... .... . S aMisses'
J.'. 0. Loxley of Apalachicola: and!'1: ture in proper condition.At I ;a LINEN HEMSTITCHED FOR LADIES AND GENTS j

1 this tuna while we warn the I" Rilk Initial .... ..... .. ... .. .. .. .. ...... 20to50cLinen ees ?" Patent Tip Lace or Button...... .. .... .... . . .
y J. E. Loxley of Lake Charles, La., J
( ;'. thousands of rheumatic sufferers of i, : Initial, Fancv Boxes .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. fl oO box 'A:
r f, r -pent lat night at the Merchants, :| the folly and danger of allowing : : Children's Initial Fancy Boxe.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 25c box 1Lb' I Childs' .. ?
Patent Lace Button ,
8 .. .
Tip, or }. to II
I t leaving at 7 a. m. today for East. rheumatism to ruu unchecked at j i Children's Colored Bordered Emb.and Plain. toe doz : 0
s I Florida point! ?. i l this season r If the year we can comfort Lidies1 Linen Emb.and Plain .. ...... . ..$1to2.60 doz i.i.i i.I
3 1 by II 1, them with the happy assurance i Gtnts' Colored Bordered, Plain Hemstitch. 50c to $1 doz I'I'i.J lrf'rom now until Christmas: our store will be open cv>.::, ':1
} D. M. Rea of Mobile, travelling'' that Paine's Celery, Compound pH.mHlfctlv -
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r Zak tp representative: of the Central of cures the terrible disease i; W:) Ladies' and Children's Hosiery. Mj -
This wondrous' medicine has won !
.
L A4 'or.-orgia Railroad, with his wife, his tl.a.! hearty indoration of) medical j I ..;.> 5,10 and 25e Leaders in Ladles' and Children's J1oiery.I ,.>- I|
._ ;'i $j it the Merchants. Mr. Rea and its virtues lauded by1!i i ;)' Our Special Regular Made Hose for Biys and (, !
distnbivd men are
tat i, ; i ten thou-audd rescued from E t) Girls .. .. ... ... .... .. .. .. .. ..... .... .. .. .. .. .3 pair for 50c .[t)] MEYER SHOE CO.
1 I a number of elegant wall calendars death. Mr. Chis.V.. Lucker a'tonywild ; ,.). Bicycle Hose for Boys. .. ... .. .. ... .... .. .. ... 20cpair <.>, j ,

1, ry'i $ : In Peu.acoli.Christmas his Mount rheumatism Pleasant: S.by C.use, who of Paine's'Celery r.hhed :'!': E:1(:) Fancy Articles. ,(lI!} ;j ji
Feet FarnWiers for C'a .h
:; cheer i is
i 4- f N. F p k t. very ex:luive Compound, writes thu<:- :i Gold shell: Rings.. .. ... .. .... ...... .. .. .._5, 50c and $1 each: ';'i' 1 Oiilr.
r';' lit i comes; but once a year aud it i* "It is now going on two months ,. ,f e i Ken Pius-. . .. .... ... ...... ... ... .. ioc; to 25c each E?. i
ir very elusive also; so do not precipi-' since I have taken Paine's Celery'''A' ; Belt Bags.. .. .. .. .. .. ... .... .. .. . .. .. 2.jcto; $1.25each $ 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
P ut- your cheer by purchasing poor Compound for rheumatism. No '' %1 Wrist Bags. .. .... .. . .. .. ... .. .. 2Sc to f 1.25each ;.f.fi t I
w other medicine I think could ever j I +, Handsome Purses. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 25ctoI.25each : --.
4t :E whi*key- S. A. Friedman keeps the:' have done me so much good. I have : Kid Gloves. .. ... .... ... .. .. .. 75c to *1.50 pair
i f 4 'l tT beet. You can make no mistake if' not had an attack of it since. Previous :. Golf Glove. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. 25c to Me pair ti I J. A VAN PELT. j. C. VAN *
f1 you order from him. to taking the Compound I tried j' i.,

i everything and had two of the best I : Dress Goods and Silks. VAN PELT BROTHERS
The annual sale of j jewelry at
da ) I doctors in Charleston but they only '
rtl 4' >rs ; Lis hko1I' so eagerly waited for by gave me some relief for a few days. I (;ij f)] Xo Article is More Acceptable than a Nice ))rt'-s: '(
I
Two bottles of Paine's Celery Com $ Wai.st.pv i
v curio hunters and lovers of the au-j I or ./ GARDEN STREET GROCERS
I cured i" ) ". ,
pound completely me.
-M : : -4 tique is now on and will run until CUT PRICES FOR HOLIDAY TRADE.

;::1t everything in Lishkolf's store is The house is made bright and cozy with ,(I)I Venetians, Broadcloths and Whipcords..... .. .... .. t)9c) yard ri)1(ij);, ....DEALERS IN-
Ix dK ? sold He has also -.v. (.v>
I [ ; a large assort-
a t ; t # meat of modern j jewelry, pawned ]| DIAMOND DYESPillow (i::1' Novelty Black Dress Goods. :(:)': STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

t _t t i jewelry, clocks bronzes, etc., at the and table coven curtains, .< $1.75 Seller .... .. .... .. .. .. .. ...... ... ...now $1 39 yard 31'I
7 lowest prices to be found tidies and, chair cover-portieres ;' $1.60 Keller ..... . .. .... .. .. ...... ...... now $1.25 yard ; Fruits, Nuts, and Every Delicacy Suitable for the. Holil'\ -.
i anywhere afghans, I l." 1.00 Seller .. .. .. ... ... .. .... .... .. .... .. .. .now 89c yard l
++ r ? In the state.CoLJlictins. i ings colors., may be dyed beautiful land artistic I ... k5 eOurLineofAU.WooIDressGoods at. ... .. .. 48c yard aa 1 Goods Received Fresh DaIly and Sold on a Small Hari! !.

I 1 pt '! made |! ; Silk Waist Patterns.... ..... .... ..... .. .. .. .. ... S3 50 each Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
statements
: by a ; Direction book and 15: dyed samples free. cat
lj ,3 t u 'I Black Guaranteed Bilk Taffeta, made for wear 75c and $1 yard
!
s ; young white man Lamed Bird, from DIAMOND DYES I'.urllngton.. I I 3
*' I VAN PELT BROTHERS
I ,i B+ j' ; Apalachicola: caused him to be sen- to Carpet Department. ,

N 1 : k tr: .!ced to 30 days on the streets thi ECZEH.O CUKF, NO ('.\Y. i e: Wool Ingrain Carpet .. :. .. .. .;;jc yard i TELEPHONE NO. 231. ,< ,.cl. 31 EAST

; cuorning. Bird arrived on the early 1 Your drujisiiit will refund your money iffA'A '' .t Union Ingrain Carpet. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... 35c yard GARDtA :

t't' r train today aud was sitting in a saloon Tetter J Ol.N old I'lcera I'MKSf and fails Korrs.to cureUingworm l'1rnprs and, :' Drupels .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ...$3.50, $4 60 and $7 60 I( )

; ;1( u ti A I4;!(: ; when discovered by Officer1 1 .blnc.beitd>a*-s.' ou cents.on the lace, and alt kin duo i ii 1'l(!) Large: Assortment of Rugs.. .. .... .. .. .. .. ....$1. v to H.W !

,1M 5 f {t'a' (Ej:) Raglands. (S') I II. ESTABLISHED J893. ,+ta. TE r', ,

m\\nearby MARITIME. .... So.UO.now .. .. 40'. $l'Q ....now.SEO <.;., - -- ......---..
These are shower proof. I'I'm
1 taken there the occupants knew i' E.! (E:J'
f ,
i-5: e N} b s untns2; of him and he was !sent' in I Waists. f '. TO MY FRIENDS

> } I to* a dangerous and "upieiomchars.cter. AKRIVED, II I ; VelvetVaists, were .. .. .. .. ..... .. .... .... .. ..$1 60 now $3.75
fats lie told another story in the'mayur' Br '("b"ttoo. ::,.!,banderson, Tampioo !I I :Flannel Waists, Embroidered Dour were. ...$3.75 now S3 25 I
} 1N iulf Transit Co I s', Silk Waist;, uew styles.. .. .. .. ...h. .. .. .. .. $3.75 to $4 .10 l.
$ %y :> court which brought forth ; One Lot to Close at.. .. .. .. .......... .... .... ... $1.j5.;;

the sentence.: -- i 1 CLEARED. I, White 1l ue Waists. .. .. ... .. .... ..... .. $1.75to$2uO :k'e AND PATRONS.
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i I orbk Pioneer 'i'.tl.Tobla'.sen.forCJueeni- :
I town bv W L, Wltlich loltb KE<.U ia ft 'e Cloaks.
DES ERTING SEAMENI sawn timber, value $T. 7I
., ; tIi I tier Iii I'ailanza :2i!::!, Scbaffer. by Gulf i i ..... Our Ladies' Special Half Fitting Jackets.. .... ... .. .$498 .;; -OCCUPYING NO. 327 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. .
Transit Co for Bremen with S.IKKI' round Our Leader Jackets.. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ...7.00 Yjj'
SHIPPED sin hales C 5 cotton.mp*\1.47 7>poplar" square log ba',55':<>mil_ cotton 8 Jt lumber iali-11> 'l (i) Home Beauties at . .. .. ..... .. .. ... .... .. .. ..... .. ..$9 uii in
TODAYi valued at till.403 | '.:.. Misses'Monte: Carlo. .. .. .. ... .... .. ... .. .$5 (00 to $7.60 t..... WHERE I CARRY OX A
i Ital bK IVnsncnIa.il Pell.ranobyPa- I ; Misses'Jackets.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$2 25 to J7 00Skirts. i
rod A ('0 for Genoa Wilb iiijuni I sit lumber '!II EI) ifi( ;
;
'y sTu, The Britishhi, RIlo, which ,I valued: att1t,931 (0..", ....,.

,,1 Bailed this morning} had: aboard SAILED. 1 E ll) NEW STYLES ARRIVE THIS WEEK. "i
i Black: Sateen Underskirt, Three Leaders..79e. 9Se and $1 139 !
Nor bk Pion er,J\ I.TolllaHl'n.lor Q LIQUOR BUSINESS
sts"" try, 'esler Heuil-a, Kricka HundbrenD i in. tow utier UEt'o'.1 ; (__TColorpd Skirts at Half Price & ,
jf s3l'allanza9chofer; for KNIT btiAWLN. FASCINATORS UNDEKsKIRTS, ,...r.:f
I.I.i" A. Chen, R. Pedersen and A. ; I .I:; CHILDREN'S t5ACQUEi.: ETC. K lit; ,

'ikrelsen, seamen who had deserted i IT QUAKANTINK.Ital i AND CARRY FILL LINE OF
s 1 bk Farrzla. 7M. Itoeetto Bristol to I :; Columbia Yarns of All Kinds. f
the
daring ve.-el's ,
stay here and I KO RVCO Krus i t
$ I A-O' had hpeu caught and h-U by T. :i 11 Hr MilUvu hit Vttlunn.T''U. Burnby, Belfast to M j.;I, i :Fleece Wool, Crochet Cottons, Fancy Scarfs. Pillow Shams! Whiskies Brandies 4
S. I Silk Down Sofa Pillows Pillow Tops. ,
Deputv Marshal

of the ve''+Wharton t-l' 1Ul: -ter.uponouplaii.t ; THE SHIPPING. I I g Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. ,; CEll I

% i Men's Genuine Middlesex Flannel Suits double- ( } Wines and Cordials
(:) ,
:1 THE WEATHER TODAY.KoKKCAsrKair. VKPSELS IS POST I breasted .. .. . :. :S1150 jiMen's <
# .
: STEAM: !Mi Hs.i '': :
Genuine Middlesex SuitPintlebreasted H (X)
!i ErCairncrag.< rail, Gibsou.lo Gulf: Transit i (Ell) Men's Genuine !Slater Flannel Suits, double-breasted .. 910( () (Ii:'J"'J"i IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC.I .

t t.o''AL : warmer toui ;ht, I: Aust o Horotea lijr, Mcoplnicb, to Gulf Ten Styles of Fine Fancy Casimere Suits. .. .. .. .. .. .. 950 ;
'\n.-day! showers anti wanner to tree!( :i Tran-.it ('0 I I i iI '" Black Clay Worsted Suits $9! 50 to $15.00; first class goods. ""
"iii-th to !I awed Ener, 1"W, Horndahl! to L & X It It ,
east windiTemperature
1 Co Ell( ) Big stock of Overcoats in all the leading styles, including (EI:)
: Ger KrlpblH: I2S4. Law. toGulfTrnnsIt ('o !. the Ri2onett the coat of the season from $G 00 to $18.00. t'J AM SOLE AGENT FOR -(:t
y ; Dutch Kalendrechl, 1.#Tetnaoa.tu H li I i iI I i r. 1,347 pair of our Celebrated Duchess Trousers now in
I'
t ti in Last 2) Hourt I! BoyerBr stock.$1.00tJ$500. \
b : Lowlands. I KM; Thomas to H'l'r Eros *a
{ '. s Maximum: .... .._.. ............. .. .. 6ldegrens Span ttg">no, its, Bacb.to HO Howe I lij:{ 179 dozen Men's Fleeced-Lined Underwear at 75 cents per :g Monogram No. I JI I Brookfield Rye
r Minimum .................. .... .... ..... .iJd..gr"1 j I! Au>l Dimiti" llOji| "lii, to K Hox (ia I!I suit; good full weight perfect i oods. + ,
i 1 lr Penan. 477(1.( .'llcx-kcr. to Gn'fl ransitCo 25 dozen Men's Fine Stiff Bosom! Shirts, regular price "t
r Br Tbornly, li 1. Major, toW L WittlcU !
1 44-i.i it i 14 ('o :! i j $1 00 and $1.50 each ; this sale 69 cents. .'11 Jno. Crabbies Celebrated Scotch Whiskey
i 1 Nor Volund.fi7l, Pettersen, toJ.It'r.- I Newest Styles: in 25 and 50 cents Neckwear. tI ,
1 AtUn-.fl .._ ..... ......_...__ ....i'" is rut A Co I WI;: Our line of Men's Hats is the best to be found in the city. ;: ,
ti :I Hvuttrck ..... .. .... ........ ......lit '" HHIPh.
(;l1le.. u ... ..... ...... ..... .... asOaciaonU 1.1 I I i Ital Havoula, l.im, Magglota: to Hlmp.ont i ,.;..I See our new Panama and Fedoras. ..!.:.i' Special Reserve 3 Stars Pyramid and
i :i'1 .................... ......._%1 II We are going to make a great big cut on Boys' Cloth'ng' : ,
r ( uveson- ... ..__.. 'O .V It 0 Trojan l'fc' -rtalott. to ord..r 1.(1)( ) All our $7.00 suits at.... .. ... .. .... ...... .. .. ... ....$525 E,)
.F 1 H.ron .... ... .,. ...._....._ H ..4JaCksouTi It Vanttx.ISn. MO,HO. to Ito "seo Bros All our $6 00 suits at... .. ... .. ..... . .. .. .... .. .. .. 495 l ftI Budweisser
._._ .... 0\1. H \ega.onftn, l'li, toHBnarsACo .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .*' Rye
.___... I All our 55 50 suits at .... ..... .. ... 469 ; ,
i t. s1 .i Kry n..s West lIy........_.. 7.: mvs It Vanduora.Wiikomnion lnu.: PCrronl.11\.1.i. Crimps to H H to Ilo'erI.pr H P I'1L'(') All our $5,00 suits at. .. .... ..... .... .. .... ...... ... .. 3.9S .II
s 1 $ t.4 .J Mompbis_ ._..__3r; 1'4 Sli.jlter ('o All our $4 suits at. ... ..... ...... ..... ...... .. .. ...... 3.75y; > AND SEVERAL OTHER PROMINENT (rFNf:
t t $ Mobile Montgomery.... _.....-.....___. h,.._._._. 51 M ti .Nor Wlldwood. Uv<. Nelson, to :SSL Co (0'., All our.'t.uvsu' I(sat. .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .... .. .. .. .. 345All T BRANDS-ALSO A
: 1) :few Ork'uus..____ M x U1'i''fI1 1 I BABK4 i E'J!' our .... .. .. .. .... ...... .... .... .. .. .. .. .. 2.65 E FOR THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATED BEERS :
1-: 4 ,$ .5 Vort ... UJ Nor \o.aloo.115.\ H-vertoen. tog S L Cot .! All our $2.50$350suits.. .. .... .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. 200 .l :
1 -5&es:,. Inb Louis! ........u. ._.._..... ......... ..........,ill CSM l I 1'arotli! Blaucu A Co Canoa, NM. Maznatdi, to ';; All our $2 00 suits at.. .. .. .. ... ..... ... . ... .. ... .. 175All r
:'i i Budweiser
: q + > tl Ital Boccictn ne\"ello.II' kalnere toil our 11.75; suits at. ... .. .... ..... .. .. ... ..... ... .. .. 1.45; 't Indianapolis and Culmbacher imported
: A SPOII.KI "ACK.\a. haaisA Co 1.; All our U. suits at . .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .... ..... 12(5 I:
T, ,v i' < Lumber It l avitali.74.('0I Klllipptnl. to Pensacola All our $125 suits at. .. .... .. .. .. .... .... .... . .. .. .... 95: l, -
5 r{ I Nor' Klfl. ll.V. Gunderson. to 8 8 L Co I This is a bonifide sale. : I
r v Cauonl Trouble in aAn's 1I01II.e-hold. It Kelicina .'I'rart"J: Cblac.a to ,

!= % A 1 i Y "Those were happy days when I 1 IVnsn-nla 1 Florida Lumlwr lll't! ,CoItal Balerno.to Parodl A Co Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! I'A:: I II

j ti J; $ vas convalescing aud could feel thei:41t owed Glsdai IIl eeiander, to W L Wit. I I Alfred Moog
T tlcb A Co I FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. ;
jl' content of returning strength and ltallil'orgl's Baleutint',i'Ji, Hlmonettl: to New Stock: of Our Celebrated Packard :Shoes::! for Men : ;: ,
t Life., i order I i Hnst Received. I ;
None know the feeling except l I it Mftnln.Maria Moses lIella.oll\l.Km., to KO Howe CoItal I) Pat Vici Genuine Oood Year Welt... .. .. .. .$'),00 pair i '
Guardia to Ro'a per Mail Orders
sco Solicited. S.
.t chose who have been ill and : J .10 .". 527 Palafox Stre-.!.
very re
? + ti r' I Bros I 9... Diamond Pat Colt Genuine Good Year Welt. .$! 00 per pair <.,
ty coo!' Ital saGrecco.. Ventura, to orderI Vici Kid, Genuine Good Year Welt .. .. .. .. .$360perpair !
t "I began recovery:t!{alu, months eft*>r com I \AustPoschleb.wqSlandtktoorderorI'toneer.. 10:1.1. TRbl.issfn to older I 111 Box Calf, Genuine Good Year Welt. . .. .. .li 60 per pair (Ei1) I III
,, plete to Use coffee for I Ic Pensacola\ :t1wonette! to Parodi 4 ,.:.; An Excellent Line of Men's $l, $1.25; $1.50, $2, $1.50 and 83 <* J. E. DUBUISSON (o9 BROTIIEI
,i It breakfast aiui it seemed to agree CoItal II Shoes now in Stock every pair warranted to give satisfaction if.1 ; ,
ikcf i with me for a while until I gradually : Padre. M9. Ollvarl. to II Bears Co (Eii 1 )
became conscious It Paoia Augeio$..cavalla tobaarsJt: A Tremendous Stock Our Celebrated Queen Quality and |t CORNER .
; that the old *. TAKRAGONA AXU IXTESDEXCIA STREETS.Dealers
Latest !
:- Duchf! Shoes for Ladies in the Very Styles.
i -tr/mich: and bowel troubles were, CoBr Rollo<*Jenkins, to master \
;: UltL\\I-A for Style and Durability in
)1I Synonym
coming on again with! tl.e nero J Port Klo Douro, Magano, to Pensacola in Exclusive
queer Lumber Co Children's Shoes. We are Sole: Agents in this city and have
vous ff-elinjts. j Am 8t Marys SJ Lowery, to order ; a full line of these goods now on our shelves. ;I. First-Class and Groceries <
1.l 1 i I had been cured first by leaving I NorKlgrid.' l'etteroa.to Sullivan 4 Co _TSPECIAL SALE OF BOY 8HOE8.-
t r. oil Coffee and using Postuui Food Nor Titaala.superb, 14i, Garrullo Soling to,toororI orderItal ;-1 A Good tiatin! Calf Shoe for... ... .. .. .... ..... .... .. 93o
Coffee and woaM< have always used I ItTreato, HxK, tiotasso. to order I : A Better Satin Calf Shoe for. .. . .. .. ... .. .. .... .. .$1.19 : FRUITS, NUTS AND EVERYTHING REQUIRED TO MAKE THE HOUSEKEEPER-
; Postum but for the fact that I got a Ital Vt"rmont.lr.7... Kazetto, to S 8 L Co I; A Good Box Calf Shoe for..... .. .. .. .. .. .... ..... .. .. 1.28 ;: HEART GLAD AND HER TASK LIGHT.
; ; spoiled package one day! and turned I Has WaUlkk Wind'brant,vi::,,liu Bloom Haase.toBBLCoU to master { i A Better Box Calf Shoe: for. .. .. ... .. .... .. . .. 1.56A Our Goode are Received Fresh Every bay. our Prices Very Moderate and P '
$'t'4r1 1 against it.didn't. Oood Kid Shoe for... .. ..... .. .. .... ... .... .. .... 1.56 .. Delivered Free to any part of tbe City. We also keep a Large Assortment 01',' ,
i. I then know tint the grocer I SCHOONERS. 11 A Genuine Vici Kid Shoe for ... .. .... ... .. .. ..... ..... 195' ) Tinware,&c- and you da not have to go elsewhere for what you need.
i rould have given tale a wood;: one inns Am BenJCKrith., Keen, to master order (ElJ) A Genuine Vici Kid Good Year Shoe for. ... ..... ... 2.18 II IJI COUNTRY ORDER SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY SHIPPF!. .
15. Kelly to
Brothers
without Am
place charge. I ... .. .. . ..
Tt ? When I found Coffee Am Donna Christina 165, Axelson, toGout.lInc I '.: ; A Genuine Box Calf Good Year Shoe for. 218 ; was "doing
S. J ine" again I went back to Postum Am HJalmar,55.KertlllzerCo: Axelsen. to maser : m I P. o. Box326. J. E... Dubuisson & Bro.
Y; A' and found it was better made than Am Mary Lee Patton Mi: btermao, to PHONE 66.

{ Tt ,I seer and.a most charming delicious W Am B Wrigbt Mary J (Russell'0 354, Anderson to JUtlliam & $ __ _____ __ u __ ___- Family Orooor_ H _
a v tLL } j fceverge.la Jobn A Merrltt i i if ii) 0Im00n Ott.I. 1
less than a week I was well and Am Olive T Whittier 403,Sawyer, toJ .
We launder
I A Merrltt: A: Co will your spreads for The finest line of umbrellas! i'

i tborougnly satisfied to remain sot I AmTWDunn,631BrowntojnsAMer- .... ... .. 15 cents each and make them look is J. I. Stephens'. Oat <
at -
-- city
t t { sod stiofc Postum. -- -. .
to L .or -
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+ -An EJ'paiOl'e. I I ritt Br Royalist III, YanderBand,to order I I. ::- &, &',,...."* >&i., .". .., :. + '.{.'......'. ..'"..: ;...'. .....'.'..''-' ...... like uw. Star Laundry. them.t .





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