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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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38. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY AFri'.RNOON. DECEMBER ID 1902 NO 75 '

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1- JI ) NOT ALL i BOX OF DYNAMITE 'THE BOARD BIG HAUL I COLDEST WEATHER OF i DO YOU GET UP ;


WITH A LAME BACK ?

r mi all the thin man DEALS OUT DEATH WHTER\ : I I'd: NEW\ YORK I I.

\1.1\ be hL"'s sick. You JJrJAFETY OFJURCLARS Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
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*. h'; >In cat by bringt Explosion Ir nine nSWilkesbarr \.th Thermometer: Ranges Below Almost everybody who reads the newspapers
is surf to know of the wonderful
I
t, "Id.' But Scott'san MET IN REGULAR SESSION TODAY RESIDENCE OF MORRIS BEAR Zero Point. L 1'.J ,. cures Kilmer's made SII.'amp-Root.by: Dr.I I Ijl ,


make him cat. FOUR KILLED; SEVEN INJURED.Box !: AND HEARD TRIALSOF ENTERED AND CASH STOLEN SLTFEKIN3: :: AMONG THE POOR L3 I li I the and great bladder kIdney remedy., liver''

Mon -- t'r_ It is the great medical -
gives a man
cf Dynamiti Was Being Lowered POLICE OFFICERS. DURING ABSENCE. Cne Fatal lty: Is Reported That of Johr '::u triumph: of the nineteenth '

id feeds him both.oat Into: Shaft When It Fell to the Bottom -- Stallervierf, a Clacksrmth; Who Was Ids: ''r l century after years: discovered cf

k lost flesh.hie and Concussion Caused It to Explode Fc-.nd Frozen to Death en State +tr" ..... _:.:.'.t scientific research by: ,
The board of public safety met in The residence of ;Morn Bear 613: t \ Dr. Kilmer, the eminent .

with Disastrous Resultsilkesbal're regular ceion this morning, all North I'dafofctrtct. was entered dur Island. I kidney and blad-
about digestion. --_- cer specialist, and "
is
\\- 1'a. Dec.I,-Four members; being present. ing the early part of last!: night and New York I>e, 9.-The coldest wonderfully successful in promptly curing

..,stomach! can di- men were killed and seven injured, The first matter to come up for over M;; was taken. The thief was weather of the winter thus far prevailed lame tack, kianey, bladder, uric acid: trou-

three probably fatally, by the explosion seen by a servant who was alone at today.- The weather bureau b'es: and Bnght's Disease,whirrs is the worst

I'.mulsion.: Itta>tesSiott's of a box of )llamite in No. 5 consideration was hearing charges the time. iepctedthat the thermometer had form of kidney trouble. '

mine of the I. 'hiih and \Vilkesbatre against a number of police officers, Mr. Bear immediately reported the this Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended
Emulsion fallen to 8 degrees abozero for everything but if you have kidney
Coal company at :South: \Vilkesbarre who had been suspended by the robbery to the police and James Kara- mornicg. The first: fatality reportedas liver or bladder trouble it will be found
for other food. today. The names of the Killed are: I the need. It has been testedIn
\ iv marshal; for alleged violations of police Fey his colored butler was arrestedon a result of told weather occurredon just remedy you
Robert Humbleuce, caipentcr, mar so many ways, in hospital work in private
ted and weakened ried. regulation suspicion. Mr. Bear declared to Staten Island the body of John practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase .

the mayor this morning, however, that V. Stallenwerf. a blacksmith, being relief and has proved so successful in
Arthur Jones, company hand singleWalter The first man up for trial was
*'s- it gives trcngth he" believed that the negro had no found in the roadway. He had been every case that a special arrangement his
rhilips, miner married; Capt. Milton Frank of the night been made by which all readers of this paper
death.
criminal knowledge of the theft and apparently frozen to
!u that ordinary food Janus MQlynn, laborer married. who have not already tried it, may have a
The fattaly injured are: force who had been suspended last Ramsey was discharged. At Petkskill, Tan>town, Ossiningand sample bottle sent free by mail also a book

( totonlfood- George Knorr. Charles Stafford and night. Officers of the night force Mr. Bear's residence is just west of ; other towns along the Hudson riv. telling: more about Swamp-Root and how to
er the mercury fell nearly to the zero find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
About 8
Thomas Evans. the Confederate monument.
were examined for the of
.o-Scott's Emul- purpose this
t point. When writing mention reading generous
The most seriously injured are: !o'clock the gentleman and wife left "
t t
ascertaining certain orders which There was much suffering, especially offer In this paper and
tod-liver oil. Neil Sweeney, John Ilustm Domi. for visit downtown
and
:L a were gonea send your address to 't4Dr.Kilmer&Co.Bing ,
of thescarcity .
nick Hart and James PecKmans. had been given to the men on that among the poor because
-
short time. When they returned,
of coal
The men had lowered into the shaft, shift. Employes of the Journal and high price hamton. N. Y. The "' "
informed them that.
"if like. the servant girl
I r\ you
which is 110 feet deep, a box of dynamite regular fifty cent and Horn of B..motoot.lJllar .
I'cirlaUcU, New York. were also called as witnesses to having been attracted by a noise, she Eight Below In New York. sizes are sold by all good druggists.
weighing 50 pounds. When the
prove that Officer Puhtell bad enter- came downstairs and found a man New York Dec. 9.-"The coldest I
bottom of the.shaft was reached Phil Don't make any mistake; but remember -
in the house. The visitor night in December since 1S84, was
( \Mltl.ltLUVS: : lips took the box off the carriage. It I ed that office to get a paper. This impudent the name, Hwamp Root.

.1.M \ 'II \M Ll\iU TABLETS slipi 'd from! his hands and fell to the was done for the purpose of finding. heard the girl approaching and when the statement of the weather bureau Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, and the

ground. The concussion exploded the she entered the room where he stood, officials in this city today with reference address. Binghamton, \. Y., oat
out whether or not the captain had to the temperature last night. every bottle.
.1 I dull after eating dynamite ami the 2i I) men who were he prevented her from making any outcry
the weather station --
und Puhtell in the office. The thermometer at -
., In the immediate vicinity v.;erf hurkd by threatening her with some
\ no appetite. went to 8 below zero during the
in all directions The woo'lwoik at At 1:40 p. m. Captain Frank and Implement he held in his hand. ,
bid taste; in the
t :a night and at 8 a, m. was 6 degrees be SUPERSEDEASBOND
the bottom of the shaft was torn andsrlltterl'd OKicer Puhtell were called and investigation showed that the thief low. Reports from places in the vicinity ,
about.
r torpid. results from the board's executive lad entered the house through the of Boston indicated tt'Dlpera'tun's
,
w I I- are constipated. The mine has the reputation of being ALLOWED
.. headache. front door, which had been unfastened ranging between :20 below! and 3
i session read. The closed
4. the most gaseous in the entire re- were session -
"Iulwus. from the outside. Room after room above during the early morning.
don and at first it was reported that was held to deliberate upon the
1 i\e your appetite, was entered and valuables sought,
..rate btom1' the gas had exploded and that a score evidence and this is what occurred afternoon
your : Below Zero In Maine. Judge Swayne yesterday
but jew left untouched although -
'cry was ,
liver and of miners hat 1 been killed outrieht.:
your It was! moved and seconded that the Portland, Me.. Dec. 9.-The thermometer allowed Mr. O'Neal to furnish bond I
there of it in
by all was plenty
'i! druggists Fortunately, however, the pas did not
at sunrise today ranged from in the sum of $1,000 pending an appeal
t1rI.. explode.! The accident caused the charges:\ against Capt. M. B. Frankbe drawers. It was plain that the thief
10 to 15 below zero in the city. In 12 of the cage to the United States
big colliery to suspend operations for not sustained; that he be exonerated was af"'t nothing but cash, but it is Ml about 41\
\ hours the temperature court at Washington.: The .
t, KUKE the day impo-- ,'rr to say how far he would! supreme
and reinstated o'the and Auburn
as captain degrees At Lewiston bond was promptly given and Hon. '

',': t t.r md builder, Single I>OM.. night watch ; that during investigation have gone 'or what he would have the weather record was 20 degrees below W. A. Rlount will go to Washington
,; ".(' il work in first- taken, had not the servant girl disturbed zero. Most of the schools in take the
.: 1 ,: t-iiiiiblo rates. Sometimes a single dose of the of the Frank case; the charges him. thee places were closed for lack of I in a short time and up

I' : '.,':.::i '' .South PulafoxW I right remedy will cure a serious case against Officer Puhtell were found The front of the house is brilliantly furl matter.

of illness. It has been said if the to be frivolous and unfounded, and illuminated at night b> an arc light.In Oyster and Chicken

'!, / ijuina\. have a liver could be kept in good condition that charges against said Puhtell addition to that, the moon shone 30 Degrees at Saratoga. Gumbo tonight at Twen-
there would be no further danger to X. Y.. Hex 9.-The mercury
Saratoga.
I rIle Rattan Parlor Thus a liver brilliantly last night and under these tieth Century Restaurant
human dismissed without
the system. any investigationand
below here
recorded :30: degrees -
r "'ii( IJtld they tonic becomes the most important conditions the theft is one of the INCREASED THE'J'j
pees ; mediciueyou could have. H 1:PAT- proper resolutions be drafted for during the night. Other towns in this I
boldest record.
'r < >' "> 'ulchellperfhan WenA is the best liver tonic; one adoption by the board condemningthe on section repotted from 28 to :C2: cv>- LIVERPOOL SERVICE. I
The think that familiar
police someone .
can take with pleasure because grees below zero There is a scarcity
you
it will insure you beneficial results. action of the marshal in suspending with the surroundings an3hnlnfs of coal in many places. I

!'tit 3fsor 5t Hold by all druggists. said officers as being without ___..___ of_, the occupants. i-s. guilty 01! Six steamships for the Strra? line
alone are under charter to load from t
foundation and unsupported by evidence the offense. Moderated In West.
during the
for Liverpool
Cliicaeo. Dec. !9.-The cold \\'aV6has I'tnsacola

ANXIOUS MOMENTS. moderated throughout the western next five weeks. These are al1' pan- t'

The above was in shape of a resolution and central sections with an average ish vesels and are the Vivina Fran-
Some of the mo t anxious hours of
BRAWNER'S which was carrried :a mother's life are tho p when the rise in temperature of 8 degrees cisca. Ida Leonora, Alicia and Gracia.
,
; Officer Campbell was then calledin little ou* s of the' hoj;.ehold have the All indications are for a continued The arrival dates are December 10,

CrOll!}. There is no other medicine moderation! except in the extreme Id;;, :23; :31, and January 14. The Vivina
and informad that after investiga.tion *o effective' in this terrible malady is
northwest where another cold wave has just cleared and sailed with a
as Foley's Honpand Tar. It is a
of his case the board had decided -
.::D SPECIAL@ household. favorite for throat and developln valuable cargo. I

to dismiss him from the force. lung troubles and as it contains no What for extracts is important 1 Other charters announced in tho
you Fay
Marshal Credille then arose and opiates or other poisons! it can be Gulf Transit Company's list issued
but what get for your
you
safely giv n.
(CHRISTMAS SALE said that, in view of the recent -. -- money is ten times more important.nurnetl'a to-day are two steamers for Bremen,
each for Hamburg Manchester -
because and
treatment of himself by the board, Vanilla costs more one

CAVE WOMAN worth more.WANTED. Ruicorn Genoa, Dunkirk and ;
he was not surprised at the board'saction. !
Hat re, The list also notes the "Oak'I
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YOU CAN SAVE MOMEY BY CALLING BEFORE EVERYTHINGIS SEVERE TALK wood and "Pinewood." of the South

PICKED OVER. Mayor Jones arose and said he African line, the former being due .
TOBE t
the latter part of December 1. I
considered that the remarks of the ,
'.inch Heavy Indies'Cloth, in all '! 78 Boy;!' Double-Breasted 2-pi..ce EXCUSED ----- --- I
I guitc, all wool, worth f5; special sale marshal was a direct insult to the Lola !
dors, regular $I yard, this sale Mc I Mayor Jones administered to THE WEATHER TO-DAY. I
$Liis! i'ult i
yard. board, and that the marshal be required Scarlese, white, a severe lecture this --
1 Remember we carry a full line of
t Five Pieces I'.l.ick Hhark skin, -II, i hose Pants, from 3 to K> age, at to retract and apologize, or morning when he was called upon to A boy, about 14 years of age a- LOCAL 'oRECA'ir-Falr tonight; end Thursday i j : .

f eh Dress Good, 1 latest out, regular prices to suit everybody.Look that summary action be taken pass judgment in a case wherein she method this ; frebk north to eaU wlndi. :
a dangerous
card thi sale: Site: yard. at our (Show Wit.dow for was a defendant for using obscene dopted f ff8lImum.
prices on Ladies' Underwear. against him.. morning to get excu*ed from attending Temperature in last 24 Hour: i
Dress Good wool .
*
I pieces Fancy
Silk 51 this sale We carry a swell line of Ladies' The apology was made and accepted language. She was also fined $10. I ...,., ..... ...... .. .. ....1\1 d"aret'l; I
i : regular yard school No. 1. He had a
Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so.. The woman and another \party hada report Minimum. .... .. -., ...degrees
:ard. everybody can wear one. with the understanding: that
circulated that he had visited
"I'e pieces All-wool Black Hen- 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck hot dispute Monday over some Hot Rolls at 5 p- m., lOc '! ,

< silk warp regular$1 yard, this Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; same shall not occur again. money held by the defendant. The ajhouse: in the city where there had doz., at Solomon's._ i

>(' yard. drawers to match. Claims against a number of em- other woman was Maud Warner, and been discovered a pronounced case

leces 30-inch All-wool Tricot, 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts ployes of the city fire she was also arrested but was dis- CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S t.
,rs. regular 35c' yard, this sale worth SOc, special 35c; department of diphtheria. The report startled ,

"A.1.LV drawers to match. were read, and the men affected charged to-day. and Officer Hel pupils and teachers alike, and a No. 30 South Palafox !street, for your 1 1;
J u*t Received a Full Line 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts The Warner woman electrical work. H* is prepared to : I ,
". t'.g?, regular25c yard,this sale worth $1, special 75c; drawersto will be requested to settle.C. ton, who made the arrest, testifiedto abusive I knowlege of tame was transmittedto do you a first-claa job at moderate ,IJ?

d. match. H. Clark: was elected a memberof having heard some very the city health officer. Upon the prices. Phone 203.plARLTDOUVt. i :
Ready-to-Weir Rainy- 100> doz Men's All Wool Camel's talk from Lula. She acknowledgedto ;I ;

-Airt worth$l.W, special sale Hair Undershirts, worth J1.50. special the police force.. having used some unprintable lan boy being closely questioned he t
SI; drawers to match, in White. --- -- I guage and also whipped her boy rather calmly acknowledged that he was ; (.
id Ready-to-Wear Rainy- Red and Fawn colors. ]I. T. McIntyre, St. Paul, Minn., I. severely, another incident that led up f'

.irts. guaranteed all wool, We have about 3 doz. Men's Hilk who has been troubled with a disor- to the racket. telling an untruth, that he had pur- I Call on them at the corner of Garden ,
W sale S2.4S each. Shirts and Drawer, worth J3 Mayor Jones informed the S<:arles" f
pedal : ; special :
I. dered stomach,says "Chamberlain's posely circulated the report in orderto and Alcaniz streets for carpenter I.j. ,I''I.
close 1.20 each. .
'.it* Black and Colored to $ '! woman that numerous reports of her
v : Skirts; worth Jl 50, special 25 loz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed' Stomach and Liver Tablets do me harsh treatment of her children and be excluded from: the school, and electrical workor phone 660. i t 'I'i l

ach. and "leeced Lined Undershirts at more good than anything I have conduct geenrally, had been circulated which: he disliked to attend. He i .
,i...-' Black Tailored and Fig- 25c; Irawers to match. ever taken." For sale by all druggists of late, and that she must henceforth ...BIG... ,4 ,> .
; :-. worth J2::! GO) to 5t, special 21 loz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and and medicine dealers.Don't consider herself with more propriety made this confession to sanitary of.

tn |I 1I>S each. Red All Wool Undershirts at oOc; -----. --- and treat her children better or else ficers.

, ,'11-\\ '':ir Jackets, our price drawers to match. they would be taken from her. REDUCTION
*.. each. You will save We carry a full line of Ladies' forget to buy the It is a dangerous thing to circulate \

'> l looking at ours before Men's and Boy's and Girls' Bhoe$ baby one of those nice little false reports concerning infectious ..SALE.. _t
I that we taD save you 25c on. Foils a Deadly Attack. t'
, ,' Overcoats, heavy, at 11.50 t Remember-We carry a full line Rocking Chairs from Afar "My wife was so ill that good diseases! in Florida, as there at- -

nearly double.Double.breasted. I of Men's Clothing Bougnt at 50c on ston & Quina's. 50c. and physicians! were unable to help her," taches a heavy penalty to a conviction. I
2 piece dollar. We will close them out at This boy will probably be ar Mrs. N. Bnwers
off other merchants. upwards.Hot writes M. M. Austin, of Winchester,
;I.DO, special 9Sc suit. just 11 price rested this afternoon. i;
Ind., "but wa completely cured by
with will her Annual Reduction I
Chocolate Dr. King's New Life Pill ." They hold y

; t Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look Whipped Cream at Solo work wonders in stomach and liver Poisons accumulate in the system Kale of I i

''". Remember the Place mon's. troubles. Cure constipation, sick when the kidneys are sluggish '
and Street Hats
headache. 26e at W. A. D'Alem-, blotches and bad complexion result- Trimmed j

'pjafast F. E. BRAWNER.ribe Do yea want a magnificent watch berte's street. drug: store, 121 B. Palafos: take Hood's Sarsaparilla For One Week, beginning Monday, t J r 1

Dec. 8th. Ladies will do well to i. '
? If call
for little money so, on
Hello J central, S65. Best fruit call and Secure
Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate Clam Bouillon at Solo, cake made, 25 cents per pound, al t early ro

for The Daily News. lOc per week. you. mon's. Try it. Pieifler'3 Ste.im Baker/ BARGAINS IN FINE MILLINERY.



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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1802m

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TIME GIVEN CASTRO IS SHORT. An Easy Problem. THKCLEASIXO

The beggar<< had a notice up "Deaf CATARRH

..iIA Must Make an Early Answer to Ulti and Dumb." and the passing philanthropist AND HEALING ,
matum. of hIm. CURE .'0"CRTRijn
stopped !In front

Berlin Dec. 9.-While the limit of "I'd like to give this man something." aotRf' BIIM

time given to Venezuela to make an he said to his companion "but bow amI r9gRr..

answer to the ultimatums of Germany to know that he is deaf and d"mb?" is

and Great Britain !is not disclosed the "Kead the notice, sir." whispered the

correspondent of the Associated! Press beggar cnutiuU!< .-Chum's. Sly'scream' Bali

was officially Informed that it Is very :Zasy and pleasant
brief.Th Robbing It In. x>use. Contain*no "5
German
foreign office
fie-If you wefuse me, 1 shall put a 'nJurioDsdruz. t\t 1E u" ,
Etlll maintains / (
that President Castro It equleklyAbsnrbedd -
up'S bullet thwough! my bwnin. .
Gives Kelk-f:
will\ recognize the gravity of the situation COLD I
She-The Idea! How could you? at once HEAD
and yield at the last moment He-I suppose you think I'm talking It pens and cleanses in "
xlf5 Telegraphic communication with La- Allays Inflammation. Hi -
< op hlte man?
-
Guayra Is slow. Eveto happening to She-Oh. DO, like a sharpshooter.- and Smell. Large Mze 3o.i- u
day are not likely to be translated Philadelphia Press. mall; Trial Size ion by mBItIy )IIt

from the cipher till tomorrow. Tb 56 Warren>, "

morning papers here make absolutelyno Great After Dinner Speech. -

comment on the Venezuelan situa! Spunger-The best after dinner CURES WEAK MEN FREE

tion. The Vonraerte says that ai speech I ever heard was once when I

though President Castro has expressed was out with Goodley.

k his willingness to satisfy the Germanand Wnknd who made the speech'SpungerGoodley. lusnien Lore and a Hap! fl

(\c.ts (ier\t.l ; British demands military action He said. "Let me for All

0 against him has not begun and the have the check please waiter."-Phil after How years any ofeuaeringIron.man may quickly: -

; j't PIeasartIy Lokal Anzelger says that Presdt'IltCastro's adelphia Record. n..u.losl vitality night 10... ,
y p..c.ts ; etc.,and enlarge small weak
efforts to drive a wedge between Look Out for Fever. size and vigor. Simply ben

tti /k. : : I jcts Beneficially Germany and Great Britain Biliousness and liver disordes tar and Hull address Building to Dr.Detroit Knapp Mi M.M, .
; ; have failed.American .
this season may be prevented by will gladly send free receipt a,
tiont so tbat any man
may ea
j cleansing the system with DeWitt's celt at borne. This Urertamiverous
<- l I J flcis trAiy! little pills do not gripe. They move from their dally mail show is ;.
*New Orleans Dec. 9.-The thirtieth of their generosity.
L, Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the annual session of the American Publifl the bowels gently but copiously, and "Dear Sirs-Please ace, (fI'
1 by reason: of the tonic properties, thanks for yours of rec-,.t
'j /. : i; well-informed and to the healthy, because its component Health association opened today at Tulane trive tone and strength to the glands. given your treatment a r.: "

f / parts are simple and wholesome and because hall. The attendance was large. Hargis' Pharmacy John Bheppard completely tbe benellt baa braced been me extra iii" u I<

_ .' 4 r,_, J ..\\ ,; 7.w Y Wit it acts without disturbing the natural functions Delegates: and visitors, men distinguished Sidney Kahn.CARPENTRY ? rigorous as wbeu a boy m
( it is freefrom in science, are her from ---- -- I realize how happ) 1 am "
L. j : ; __ : as wholly every objectionable near "Dear hire-l our method a
tI_ \ quality or substance. In the process of ly every state in the union. Canada, AND fully. Kesultswere eaacty '*
I Strength and bat ,
I rfy I. :4r manufacturing figs are used, as they are II Mexico. Cuba and Chile. Among' the { turned enlargement rigor: : i-

'Fay"" t' t pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal experts are Surgeons Gene'ol: l 'WJ'1Dan.I ELECTRICAL WORK i I factory."hear iurs-Yourswas n ,

A -- : virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained who arrived today: Dr. John Cruite- I I no trouble in limiting u-.. ,>(
tt1; ( 4 b- : I
t directedendcau ,
I trutlifuiiItoweak
">? vas the yellow fever expert, and a \ -
J' .. .oe% from an excellent combination of
i-I;: = plants I Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone tifji1, J men 1 am grutuslzf.btrenulb I
; 4 known to be laxative and toad score of marine hospital service of the ; and vigor."
J. medicinally .
I United States. Many important matters if you have any carpenter or f-lf-ctri- I All correspondence i (
f J' most beneficially. tint!, mult-tllu plain ,enl"I''M i >
1 1' will come before the convention.The cal work you want well done. receipt is free for the U>...: .
$+ f To its beneficial effects the
get -buy <
----- --- -- every man to hare it.
t first s" so'a.; called to order!
t t I Vl ? f genuine-manufactured by thelew.YorkTS.Yv by Dr. Henry D. Holton. of Brattlelioro. FRUIT CAKE.Don't J1111WIF'Fi:1The

4 I jtf \ Vt, president of the association undersigned takt '
buy your Christmas fruitcakes
but the delivery of his annual addresswas I )f affering hercrv..,

postponed to the night session. elsewhere, but go to the West irt-cllss licensed inuling \\

Florida! Steam Bakery and get the had 35 year- ,
Can (five best of refun-i -
One Negro 1 Kills Another.
k' I best made at twenty-five cents per leading physicians: of tinMRS. 1-
Carrollton Oa.. Dec. 9.-J" Sharp.a .
I pound. I M. O'i.' I '' .
r negro drayman of this city, killed Jltf 114 South DeViiiNOT1CK. !!: ...
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:* Cup Jackson alias Lee Avery a ne- ---
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r ." < m ; ; tt" : Low'sville tty. / jrro tI'Orkmlln., here at nightfall 1 1 .

: '1 ::;. for cal&. by &1L drudafi'atsr Price-I fifty/cents,per-i bottle.Llfyt'1' Pund3y"pnn by shooting him in subscriptions I have been for autlmnz-\\'II''. J.Bryan's I I'. I;
in the face and through the back witha These tiny Capsules sresupenorito !
paper, "The Cm.1' ,
pistol; The tragedy' occurred at a negro Balsam of Copaiba, 'I The price is $1.00 per y'.-.tr

resort. iCrbcbs ana. Injections: F.UDY j ) vance: Those desirnu'r t I
f .
.
II
-. I ." ab F'P.- .- --- I They: cure in 48 hours the can have it sent to them by -. t ... -- --- -- --
} 'I .;;j;'J. I $10O itB11':11t114100.: sane .,..... t ,tth.li-enyinti'a: f 1.00 to the undersigned.H.M.R..
: Almost Suffocated.
EXTENSION ILLIN01 IS i Lodgers' The readers of this will be
: CENTRAL. ..
J .t.. :; After the DUrounl. paper +,r ,*. i Into K y II i MIICGIST'I ::1(
t. 'f i 1 Bridgeport! Conn., Dec. 9.-Dy the to learn that there is least Care Dai \ .
,'t ...; "Ef you please: sub said the Georgia I pleased at ; i wWIGK&
F; ] (\ : ,' :t of l. d.irky. "how uiuoh fl'r\: uiarriagr-! Surveying Party Has Headquarters at ignition of a package of sulphur in a one dreaded disease that science

f{-ti I 1 t8 license en n divorce' dockiuicntY"' Tuscumbia Ala. men's lodging house here early today II j has been able to cure In all it;;stages; I

i ;! iI .t, "A marriage liet-nse and divorce doc- Tnscutubia.! Ala., Dec. 8.-That the the occupants of the place narrowly | iiid that is catarrh.: Hall's Catarrh & cos

J' ;1 .i '.: t uinentr Illinois Central railroad 1 is planning to escaped} death from suffocation. They I Cure is the only positive! cure now I

I ti t; : "Yes.' fiiti. I been studyin"bout! git- reach north Alabama territory is trueif fumes cf the burning stuff filled the I iuiowu to the medical fraternity

i e,' 'II I c. l R' tin' marr t'tl. i-n I 'lowed ddt ef I got the preliminary skirmishing of a boost overcoming many of the lodg I Catarrh lfing a constitutional disfi.se -

,/6 ( \\t fil! -de two terpt'thtT: ly'.ll'Ole: clieapcr'( :" large engineering party now at workIn : ers. The police managed!; to grope I' ment., requires Hall's Catarrh a constitutional Cure is taken treat Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter

'i'II I t.:4: t Atlanta Constitution. this immediate section means any their: way through the smoke and open internally) acting directly
:i upon
'" .".. 1 thing. and it douhtlcfs! does. the \vidows! aften which the tI"1
> 't\ t {1.t: uncon-I blood and mucous surfaces of
t No. South Falafos
t' y: \i a Street
.l I ;: h, 0011011.;; V edned. For a number of weeks a party headed scions men were carried into the I system thereby detroyingthe foundation I

'; : dear" said young: Mrs. by Cnsne: MeCloy has been making open! air. where all survived. The ol the Ji.-ea-e, and giving; the I AH Kinds Ot Plumbing; and Gas Fitting Materials Ke1 'r i. ,

\' 1 :: ;, : : hope you will promise! meuevcrtopatuble. Tusfiimnia its headquarters and 5re started in the office. I!, patient stn-ngth by building up the I "VI,1..nrrnpF ...yt -a1a'W5r'(4I.A tl a
: t ir: ." despite! ; the failure of all efforts to I coi "titution and assisting nature in

4'' j. ::,: ; ""'lint is your idea of gambling?" draw any of the party into a conversation I doing its work. The proprietor
Hedgss Makes Appointment: have so much faith in its curative
1 I !c{l "Bettln? your money and l losing it." which might throw some light
j'l )far .m. Ga., Dl('. 9.-llon. Robert powers that they niter One Hundred
i 1 Y' N was the prompt reply. \VasbingtonStar. .. on their prl'S'nt'ehere., there is a well.\ Undoes, who will go upon the city Dollars for any cae that it fails to 1iiQ.iiorsFOR

:: developed nunoi current that the party cure. Send for list\ of testimonialsAddress.
('olinI'Dl.'h/ Jannarj- next, has i isutd i.-
W
11.1 represents the Illinois Central railroad. F. J. CIIEXEV: & ('0.,
t his initial It -
nnln..dJtaln in
raper. comes ,, ,
T.ledo.O.by
and that the
maneuvering in this vicinity -
( i it I "I don't think much: of this museum" practically the shape of an appointment. For along (\od:) Druggist3. 76c. I
1 means that the Illinois
;, :, Bald Jinks. \Vliy they unit got no time Mr. Robert Smith ha* bun
Central is determined to bid fora t
f .H. .it'd skull of :Napoleon llonaparte. and the I clerk to the city court his (in'sent

(I i '., rtL kI\ t one I was in up to :\I'W'ocj. ;; has two." busirf share of in the Xortbahama.tart! and, at increasing present term expiring in August. 1!"":3. Hi- BEST FOR THE'CBOWELS l I// U

f'" 1 t:( '' '" .': : -Hlltimorl'lIH't'iclll. rontinlli'd by the Southern and Louisville appointment to succeed himself hay

tl' 'f ; "\ ',.'j \ and Nashville:: railways: been signed: by Colonel, Hodges ain,,!

Mr. Smith's friends are now eongrru I -AT THK-

(L : \b ti S"EJTEt'i' Dyspepsia, Well Known Sportsman Dead.IjMd.m. !uin\t him. Mr. Smith has mad aii'

Mt''t"'J" 1" o S Indigestion, [)":-. S.-Harry .McCalmont. efficient ofilcer. loiv.ls If foi ,divcn't,. 'r1 lit a. rr'irul.ir v '*,, "heilttii,' ">..miirpmpnt'.,. Kftp or jourhoaJs the ,,, Reliable Barrel IIou
i | ardor -t hrre it II hal aof vi1 Kentucky
: 1' CELEBRATED B dithiIly the well known sportsman and Connervative tftitlttV r|> III J.-ni TFi. an. 'tit [
f !>t.t-iMf., in .I' i say of\ctpmgbobuarlt 1I1 i ilUarana
it ) f\fJ\ Heartburn or member of parliament for Xew- .\ I'Vw .Kart Alinnt Hllf' I clean u V tan. I

:, ':+,; t ConstipationI'll market dropped dead! today as he was The t'liinese. who have [ilayfilvi: 'b CANDY

t t'I.lt: :Jt I' i ;1' n he cured bv leaving his residnce here. McCal- kites evi-r since tie: beuinnuis: ;: of ;In-. CATHARTICEAT I I S. A. Friedman

y \, ;r j. : 4* ,, the .;... of the : raont was apparently in good health tory. make hue kiti' in the <:"ipe of
I
1:11 Hundred
r' i' t er s. when he ,
'\ Ji haveti passed through! the 'oor. dragons: and arrange, them! so that tti".v
\ I' \ le'tlf:>d. Tn'lt hut when he reached the sidewalk hefell ,
J-
r lay a queer kind of niuie i :1-i they i
rtt.11 lI"h'I, :\ and vinced.f.ie co'o- and! dil almost instantly, supposedly Moat hlsrh in the air. The 'bincM- Inlieve SOLE PUOPRIETOR.

: ;.j i' of heart disease. McCalmontwas : they! keep off evil spirit*. I

it ,ti :.+1 ....,......, nac Our,> st'!now Alma ready the owner of Isinglass the horse Mr. Kddy.:: \ th. kite king f'f r..I 'onnl'. !! I am now receiving the Largest and most excellent :l:01urt\1l' .

II .i .;t 1 i STOMACH Bt'l copy from I who won the Derby in 1SH3.!! and he X. .f.. has lent t'.o' :a kite to whi('h a i 'I I Wines, Liquors Brandies and GinsOF

of. e LT'rER Yor dtuie[. owned the steam yacht Oiralda.: whir h cannTM was attai"\htrl. and he had it 'EM LIKE CANDY
#
EVERY DESCRIPTION.AIio .
f-f1J. : I l free. I was' purchased by the Spanish government arranp-d w)> that he could take a picture flpaant. Fal-ituM I'utent. Ti"ti Cootl. PoCnnd I
,\Y.J r' I II at the time of the war betweenthe wbilf the kite was lOa iliDI! aloft. Sevrraekrn.lVebtrn,.'r boa n rite fur free. Grip..1"I'Ie.10. ,and L. and booklet 60 rents na the Finest and Largest Line of Case Bottled Ooodi -

;It"f r \.' .. United States and Spain.: The lie suet-t'ded in setting many birdseye raltU.'HRU Addrrnf rniruT. (HKii.Oor KE" Toni.OBEniinr I I i Special Attention Given to Mail Orders.

:r: I. ;, dPt'pasl"lS! an Intimate friend: of I views if :New York city.Sevnl KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN; I guarantee honest measure, beet quality and lowest price.- !{,
;J I'( f Thos C E. W tin n k k C KingI I Reward, and was'Pry' popular : men !have tre-l:: to make kite scud your Christina* orders to
i1t.t ]I ,
asrrnion'haries of
ii.tl 3 i! generally. __ __ ___ : H. l :tmson i

; Ix REPLY TO ixijriRiES we have rortLitnl Me.. was carried fifty fl'1 ::11 S. A. FRIEDMAN

::4 : t W j INSURANCE I in announcing that Ely's the air on a single kite. ,

l--l Liquid Cream Balm is like the: solid I TheRtlnT bureau makes it* 01!>- ,, HARD i :31 iouthPahifoxStreet. P. O. Hnx 41S. PEXHACOLA. KI.OI.i! : ;

m i : '< 1J AND preparation of that admirable remed.v I Rirvti.'tis by menus ,'f !..1Il'''. Inst'adof I iB' H MM BaiaMaaH BMBBi H i i

in that it 'Iem.es and heals string it ues tine |pianorr'; tn t.!..
; ii : 't l REAL ESTATE, membianes;! allKJied by naalcatarrh. i I the kite,.i with, and it! the .1rliu'gtc0 TIME TABLE.
There I i.< no drying or I In
kitettioii: opposite: U'llsliillston the ,,
.; f \ .. No. South Palafox Street. l'zinTht'Llquid;: Cream Balm 1! LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
kite wire K ro-U-d in
by steiiin
t' power
i adapted to ue by patients who I II BRICII
) I i I IN 1 EFFECT DEt EMBER 1. lnolPEN8ACOLA
have trouble in inhaling: through .!
t !Il'
A 2 r"ltt Partial Lift of Desirable Dwellings
the nooe and prefer -prayin; The !)
J/I l: for Rent: in Various !Parts :i iof price, including praying; tube, i U 7" j! I New Orleans and Mobile.
( CASTORIA I --- -- -----
z., ti i; ;." the I City : I cent', r'tild by drussrNt* or mailed : .
: bv Ely Brothers iAi i Warren So.t ;to.So.L :oo.s'No.1.. '
: s'3: Its ,. KiS.W-I.arKelory dwelling with cellar -trppt.1 I For Inlants and Children. 7:15: a UII m 11:1.6 p Jp"ve_.. Pensacola-Arrlva 5:00" ':" p t
,
j OJ: "'t 'i I and nine containing room-; nil New York. 9:50 a :t::7 p 1"1 a I Leave }IDm.toD ..... Leave :tJI/i" 21U p I'I'0 '. .
'1S ',P.. ; l modern conveniences in most deoirable I Ole Kind You Hare AIM\ 0 ON RANDC..IiALF..a 11:00 a 4YSp: !:5S a I ....ave..._ Mobil. .... L..ave 1ffOI1't: 12 15 11 t
!l v.i. ,.l.. t's) "ectiuiiNo. is West LaKuaktreet. O.L.S-rOB.J.A.. I Always BougK ..:::..::=.:.. 1I"Ji 7:0:: a'I Leave-..."4rwrlrana. ... Lear, ': "p 7'Ka: -
-=:f
ice Kind Yca Hait P'aals 8
r it tt I f:t't"-l( "'u and lI.balf' lory house.contain- I Sean the iy Bean tae d North. _
to Y lug I; roomml modern convenience -
YgiatueFruit : ;
) Ir. a #
Y'i" *, situuttd at >o. Tit tat La i uattaeof f7 I
i I. ? '! .j' } Kua street.AM II! 'I' No. 2. No. .. NO. 1 :<10. n
ti ',X ;, 1 |: _>-l.arKe J-.toryU..ellinf. 1" rooms at 11:0 1l m I,12:15p m Leave ..... Penseenie..Arrive .:(Iopm Swam
3,1; Xo.;," Kn:: >liiovernmeiit street. u_ ___ 1IISam 8:.1pm Arrive ..Montgomery..irave 1lI'am 'liPII
t R s V > cake best made, at Pfelttcr'3Steam 11:511 am 8:11Ipm Arrl..e..JiIIDlIDfb"m..I.t-ftYot :U3am ...l.6pm7f.
hr .,.t'!t4 |JOOi -LargeS-siory riMini witn dwelling all nindern cuntamini Kakery.3UNKIIAL ") <5 pm 8:10. m Arrive ..... allville Leave ... ..... .
1id :'i.; ; lence>i.tiiuateon North Bal CQII\.O-I! f -TO- 1:$) am 913a m Arrive .... LouIsville ... Lrnve 9:15pm !:5am:
\' k{4.4 I, t.\i I btteenMioniaiid DeSo'.o: streets. I' 7::'IIam l1:5lftmrrlve..l.lnllnnlU. ... Leave tOOpm: 1l:15pm:
KHK.NCH:: HCHKni'IEFollowing
; r f J.. I. r: .Ol'->storydarlimgato.7e'Sc tt Bar I 7/am lal' p m I Arrive ."!:_t.oule... .I.!." '?__ :ISpl_!'_ ..Mplr
r ..1', ,Ni o. r et'h'II..lIIlth"rnom near belt line ; If You Have:
1'\ : ,.. -, ..ii water and thruugbout.; I i i" the s schedule of the ONE MILLIONGet AND RIVER JUNCTION.
l a l" J- r.'l.OU -1-story dKelunx on bell line. No. 411 overnmeut steamer Oenert l French
.'} : I t IrrsthrrgoryurtwrenRvUeaidlieek ; < I No. I-DallY 10. 8-0ally I So stop where time not shown 1 So. 2-0.1I No. Pi-Da .:
i j ;;io ;. \IIU"f8irOl.'mi.hdh.cIlYlllatt'rand .which THE NEWS print for the :
.. 3r i"iM;'" 'i: .ga.. oenefit of the merchant who hip! 1 Rheumatism l1M pm 7:110 a m !ILene... ..l'eD8.cOI.Arrln 10M pm 8:30 II. Ilo
.!:a-tuts .. i $*A>- -*wry dwelling No. *,>..'West V.'rlgbt heir goods to the various army : 1:1:1\: : night 7:11" ......- Bohemia ._.-. 111.1 I e:1)I\:+
8 ,>t5 containing room, city water ana ] ItJO'' 7:111.: .0 ....... YOIt-tlta.__ 10.1. 8.1)1
; ": b s j. gas.: with I"rll" lot on prominent core ;posts: f Our Prices Before 111":: 7:1'1": .._.-.Ercambia. -_ 10:3 6:$
e :" uer In residence district. Leaves Peniacola.. .... _. ...... 7'iOa.: m. 12s.: 7:5": .... ._. )1 Dlat .:...-. 10:23: 6c5
t :\ ii : tl& )-l-btory dll..l1lol; at >o. Si6 West Leaves Barrancas-.7 am. I the pret te-te-l and rli\I":: 7::"I" 10:1 6:+;
:
: (jretiory street with rooms on belt leaves Picking ..... ... .. ..... .... _. !bawl''a. m. endorsed ('! liforniaKemeJr 1250"; 7'1S" ._...._UIHU1..._. I' 10:15 1U 1\\'r:5s
'4 c-i#; o"' line,in goad location. I If' Leaves liarrancas.... .. ................ :15a.: m. will cure jf jfURIGSOL Purchasing.Capacity : II 7sa" ... Milton ... ..._ 10:10 6..'J
.
'.1 118&l.tory/ \ dwelliDK. corner Chase and Leaves Kenoacola .l0:1 a. m. TOU. It tlM cures Li fer. Kidney and 1:210 I m i ._ .....Good Ranle.._ '.::
1'11:ti' : ( {f-: ,i e--t/ \ -btorydarlltngNo.ills' East: Wright nakes: a trip to Fort McKee and then reo t uric: acM. It never fails and builds up 2:10"' y": _.-- ttlllliian: .__ 5:20 4i.
!" .)al" ) itr..flt.5roOIJI \ .' :- ::' lld.ttt-Nrwl-story dwellins. So. 41S West Leaves Barrancas ........ ... ... .... 1:111 p. m. I' Send stamp for book cf wonderful certificates 8:00" 8M: ..-DeerLand-! 8611" 8'4 '
J .t' \ d ebasestrett,5roomsclty water and Leaves Pickens ... ... ... ... .. lhp. m. I Price, $1 per bottle. For sale 8:23" 9:10 --_ Mosey Head- 9:40 t .
Iii ." ga*. leaves Peosacola .. .. ... .... 4i aJ p. m. by drunrtst If your druggist can not ,; 50,000 Dally.Mcr" 4.09: II 5M ..O..unlak 8prlnl... 11:18 .
,f .' '15. $-1 story dwelling, No :>9 Fact *;reeo- I Lvavrg Pickrns .. ........ 5:15p.m. enpply! you It will toe sect prepaid upon I .:1'1 o. 5:" Arlyle. .._ 7N 2.1.
T.} ry street 8 rooms on belt line. Arrives Harranrns &:SO p. m. and make j' receipt of pnce. Ad Jrs3Urlcsol ...0' 9:57 ....Ponle de LeOD-. II 7:'II 2.
'- 1 Jli.iO-l-story a,,ellintj. 'o. 7"s }:ast Pernte .rip to McKeeand rtturn. i' I 6.0" 10:10 _.tl'e.tvllle-- 7:11 I. '
1 ,. \.. trftt.llt'ar. Katberine'8 On \\ edne-dlysaudSaturday! = the1 I i Chemical Co. Los Angel2Ca! St It 10:1 .. .. .Caryvllle..._ 1:12 1.1'
s Cbapel) AriHiins. ouibuu esi nd large 6.RS" 1":1: ..__ nlfa1_._._ II 45 1 ::7
lr. 't i cornering on Mb. avenue. oat will! leave Barrancas: Pick- or theDistributing e10 II 10.1 __... .blpler: .. ..._ Silt '' I. ;- A large list smaller oweiiinvN as well >p* for IVnsacola at 6:30: p. m. f n Brick Go. 11:8) 11/7" _...Cottoodale.._ 11:1'1 l2.i ;
b ry at ouuiber of itor.alld offices tUIC The General French is for army L. N Ernnswia & CO., New f rl aC'1 La j 7:00" 11i":! ..,_.Marl..pca_.__ IJOO 17.:4!
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1Ii5" 6t1 1It:
7:30" Cyprree.-- : !
THOS. C. WATSON 4 hEST'j ;,aurpose only and any outsider must Agents. a I 7.0" 11 5! It It _Grand Rldg,,_ 6at. 11 i a
T sr Leading Real Estate Renal and ave a pa=s from the quartermaster'IJ L 7:51 "' lids: noon Hnea4. __ II 51" J
+i. Y Ih M w ,} .o\genu.18oUll1l'alatox street. I take passage! ter. rren, Fla. I 8a" Uli": ArriveRlver' 1nctlon _Leave 6:10" ,I


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THE DAILY
NEWS
PEN3AOOLA. FLORIDA
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER ID. 1902. !, 1i


-- I IIM GEORCIA LEGISLATURE. I ACTINOLITE A FAILURE. tSoured I "' i { v'I

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'I {1. II i p.
General Tax Bill Passed by Vote i I ; :
,
to 2. Apparctus Not Successful In Treatment I !i
r
Atlauta, Dec. I*.-The house of Cancer, Etc. | It may be from overwork, bat I I
t
'n (\ I II N,'1'0' Yoik.; Dec. 9.-The: aitinolitc.in the chances are its from an inactive ;
passed the ;;cn/:'ral tax bill } .
ap; aaas {or the treatment of i mgg
can- -
vtw by 126 2 ;
8 ate ot to and then I
1 rocs tub, .culiclj! : 3"'i i sixilar dsast: :: :
\ct'' ot 81 to til: re.uzfd: to i irs i With a well conducted LIVER ,
= =R2 v \\.: ..12 :;) b)' ffiianfc! t. I''/. i .i,:liy ('concent+t'd!
"'''' .
or. -ro.
: action f':r tie ot do
jr.rpote I en: can mountains of labor i
j I i viclet rays which was installed; in
onec'
out stclias IS, ",11.,':' ;uts a : ; without fUgue.
the spar'men's of Flower bospit! 1
/ foreign:; ccipc.ciions doing !btin! i i ( Ii ;
r' -.ra I... 1>1,h':. I i :il hat ;lay decs: not give fnourai-, It cJds & 11.1 n d red per unto
| :ii; results acrordirg to Dr. Forbes : ones earning capacity.
: i.t t>.o I sirabera who voted I ;

rl THE 1 i if ':,-. lull v'u'e Messrs Cane, ot The aetJnolIle apparatus memWes a'po.rerful It con be kept In healthful action

t SIGN L ua r.uJ Booth of Waltcn.Ui.je I SKuehiht! in appearance. by and only! by I
I .J, I and is used to piodnee a Jght'tirh i
rJ I ; basal action was tai; 'I i' \ it wag hoped would rossess all the I j I
i OF I bill!! vas r.nif ! I cur'ivr properties; of the X rays with- i '
ffM ANA EAT l liia fur tit parpcse cf. pt rlel I j I ort: their! objectionable: features. Rut i ij

u THE The house a'Qlted an : I j: while; it does not. time: X-rays do. burn ; T utt's Pills
8:111,1): making the bill I
et the cuticle and '
i cause loss of hair from
PERFECT for two years, 11)03:) and 1504, !
i- the! fare and scalp; it appears also to j

: = iLti f l FOOD I o: ii.f. as Was formerly inter.del lark their pow 'r cf combating the j i
w -u t tr.s.re amended so as I I TAK NO SUBSTITUTE.
I germs cr parasites which ae: supposed -
sent this feature throughout -
-----
I to be the cause of cancer and --
5 Wit f' n w I beii-R no objection, as the : berculosis! tU'1 STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ

THE 1! a'nd:: >' l-een passed upon.It | Dr. Forbes said that although ,

GREAT is not believed the tino'ite! had been somewhat berg Coxuox: Captain, '
"* Aa | thi ::0:' .gn corporation tax bill: ;
cEUO DYSPEPSIA firial in a fer cases; of skin tuberculosis will make regular trip betweenPensacola
: I| nsai.i- any serious! eJi'ort to \ :
(ft
% DESTROYER I I i had proved totally ineffective I Point W.ishiaston: and
,. bill! in case the senate should | ] I
against
he
.J i i ranccr and pave it as his Freeport Lpave
this: ; section in the Uiyltn: street
: measure.
I opinion that it I
was
practically a failure .
w harf 1hur 1ay at 6 a. tag and arrive
we c Ji rotes for the section: lie said that the hospital had

;(, :yesterday, and many returned to the at Freeport at 6 p. m. frame day. .
1 use of the X-rays In j jtho I'
: who Leave Freeport Tuesday! at G a, D). '
are opposed to it would not !
I treatment: cf practically all! suchi ,
.t: I against the bill because that i i I and arrive at Pfinacula: Ii p. m. same :.
t SJi.tn: ',slon. diseases.-_ I ,,hy. Fart, round trip\ *;5; one way! ,
I1tItC evtia : : < -- -
1.ij DIPit"THE j| I :S3+ 12nlm '
i 1'!! ti'o ..::I"r!: hand if the I For over & xty )'eim. I -

shout!,:. rt.Sup out the section it r I
MRS WIN>LOW'S HnoTHi! bVHri" hat
1 PERFECT FOOa" I thought; the house would insist been used for over sixty years by mUIioriolruotbers I Cla \ifletl Hd rerti cment8

I to the extent of defeating the & I for their children while tefthiug (

FOR None cf the members want to with psrtect succt>s soothes the child,

I j responsible for an extra sesLioa! lufcens the gamsallays all pam.cnrea wind
BRAIN and MUSCLE i1 chances are whatever happens ; colic and la the best remedy lor Diarrhoeal
1 ONE!
i will he parsed betoie &,! : will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. CENT A WORD.I1VE1' .
I : Hold by Druggists In every: part I -
\J TA-VITA is good board for all mankind. Relished by old and I Following: are same of the : of the world. Twenty-ave cents a bottle I '

., sick or welL 4 irPixiiitant ttatures of the Be sure you ask fur**M rs.Winslow's Booth'DK : ---...... 1-0- ,ljiiVL,,,..-..----M
bill as passed by the houseA Syrup, and take no other kind.
\LTA-YITA is the original and only perfectly cooked, thoroughly franchise tax section MONEY TO LEND on improvedreal

malted Caked, and toasted hole"beat food. cial franchises as property and \.. : ';JJf-: .) (.. ) (.1i amount estate at, low in rate large of or interest.small

'IAL! TA-\'ITA is the perfect food ; perfect in taste, perfectly cooked them as other property was .J t: ;. Call on Leslie E. Brooks, attorney

.Ued! ; perfect because MALTA-VITA contains all of the elements ated in the bill. t' r,:,/f's?:. >:i-!I .:...I;.' at law, 204)i S. Palafox Bt., Fisher

ary to sustain life and invigorate mind and body Perfect health, The tax on dispensaries and ; ; _; [ building Sinlm < i

d restful sleep, clear complexion, bright eyes, clean, white teeth, dealers was increased from $ J 'I =0.,r/1/ _1 MONEY TO-DAY-Do Deed
: you
laath are the blessings that follow a regular diet of MALTA- $:::110. "t' J.. '.JZ 4 {l"' ". money You can borrow any

The tax on bucket shops b'J .. .., ,
amount want
you today easiest
v T i ; -- 'J1. ; on
creased fom: $1,000 to $1,500. G'I'' '.-'.':'I' '' ; '.\r-,, ,. terms and lowest rates anywhere
", wrek's trial of MALTA-VITA as a diet for breakfast and supperivince The section proposing to 'J\I.-: ,. \ obtainable, on improved city real
the most skeptical of the superior merits of MALTA-VITA. ,: : '" !' E''tate-from Win. Fisher, 20.1128.(
exchanges $2.500 was stricken v.J.1 I
I't"
tre uf imitations. Insist on getting MALT-VITA, "The Per- the bill. ,\.;...'I'., ''f". Palafox Street In-tf
..-1\..\.'l I h/. ,,_. ,;-, .j.-."".. ..\1,, I I1 -- -- ------ -----
_;
Requires no cooking, always ready to eat. .. __
There tax of .. I IF YOU
was; a $1.0JO( ] ,/'< 1/ -, .. I want to borrow money, invest -
for sale by grocers. upon manufacturers of coca- XI It''.:po' \1'\I 'f: money, insure your property
j !, ) )I i I. procure abstracts of title! buy or
jj cola wine of cola and' similar: i \' .'- .J-i \ .
MALTA-VITA PURE FOOD CO. j I soda fountain drinks. / M/' ? sell real estate! rent property of
.'" cO.... It.l any decript'on, have rents collected
Q-'t: a Creek, Mich. Toronto Canada j j Slot machines furnishing j 1 or your taxes at*ended to,
1 4 .1 merchandise wt'retaxed $2.50 call on "r address Tho. C. Watson

> and those of a musical on I & Co., Real! Estate and Insurance
-- ------ ------ When Santa Claus A.rents. Penacola
I - I IWI'!' taxed $5 each. Fla. Charges

NOTICE. CANINE INTELLIGENCE I The tax upon detective : ( a moderate lot! from u To" we everyone will lend who money buys

r. was increased from $50 to $100 [ :\ ) Arrives I with which to build a houe. 8itfcliool.
Midway shows were taxed $ I : .
-- -
v the public that j A Dug Hint Felt He Had More Scna r --- -" --

,',-ir Co. I+ till in i ii Then III. :Master. for each week that they show. I You can welcome him with cheerfulness J"lnd'I'/.t H"en I. .
no truth what- I) My friend was stajin one autuuin I i The tat on sewing machine and brightness when du .. .. .. -

:. ''!'iculated by our in U'ak's. SiiiuUin! and chatting one ,: was reduced from $H!> to $3. homo is illuminated with gas. tKINDERGARTEN "School will be

'v had discotilestra ,'\ fuiivitlj a local farmer the talk Foreign con/orations doin? hl The opened at .V 1)It Wright! street,
., > "> has been f+ )II l iiimn dnfs.: The farmer's slurptlos in Georgia are required! to pay FREE.'I I holidays should be cherry, and Oct. 1 by Miss; Margaret Maclay.SO .
for your dining room, parlor, I
nd will here- your
: before the tire antI the farmer f '
dOe
lay tax of $23:! to $1 tlu0 In proi I .
j i- erintend all hall bed there
-M or room is nothing -- -
ill!>lan'tl his sagacity.( HP made anexclamation to the amount of their capital
,,
firi!'i. All persons I..r U.'nt.
In 1V'1.h..1t. once the dog: The like the soft, rich light that radiates
other features of
: '"!IJ see him at the ------
rose :w.J'nt to the doer. "Y ,u from good ga: ?. If you are not connected
t I- I'.T. Co., main about as they were last i CJs. of A. hall for rent or dance,
I
E. mlzht let him out," said the farmer with our pipes end us a etc.
:; CKAVEXS.m. During; the remainder! of he j I' postal Apply to A. M. LeFrancois, I
*Tl.o sheep are in the corn' is what Itaid I' legislative session the house 1 : or telephone us and we will have Thos. Johnson cf Dan Murphy.

to him." The dug passed eagerlyout. ;' your !house lit up by Xmas. .'Sol I m
meet three times a day from i
\ 'OjtF.4.. In a fl'CllIutrs; there was a I j\ .f
o'clock from 3 to ;5 i i SMALL store and ,
p m. and \ dwelling} corner
at the door. The
Fcratchin
st dog entered
to 9:30:; p. m. The house ] I. Pen acola Gas Co. !! Coyle and A street., Wet Hill ; toI .
"': > M I FIt: for captain owner panting and lay down at the fire I Aether or W.
separate. A. Du-
--a w adopted! a resolution :OIl'.
'ri'lguect of tlio Itanani atjain. Shortly afterward the farmtrrepeat Ly i i iIool boison. *
,4 i n< will IIM rr.ponstblr 26nlm
L r. providing for night .
M his \VoWi remark. Asainthe I
i-bts contracted by tile : -- --
.. I 25 and 27 E. Garden St., naaccla, Fla -
consider! all .
i to the tllor.IIJ friend matters.
doh ran my > J1AIUMRS. Gll+.JU ,
A. UAKGUKLO. _... _
_._ _..
I'hplHiu. let him out Again in a few minutes --- ------
out was the MTT.tchin,; at the door nn 1 ': conmSAbiH Cot 1H IN : I BjLMrJER S A L V E, I : "SARAH BEmXF.- fanufac-

------ sprain; he lay down before the fire pant I I ho most healine BslYeln! ttv wnrir'. turer and dealer in Hair Goods,
f. :" ,:, N i 1 HKK the captain own- In,:;. After nn Interval the farmer remarkeil i I ltrcIJIIIIIH"nl"tll-:; a "'ell \ I Hats. Toilet Articles. Hair Oil

t':-.reres-' '. ,'t' \"'nur.' --coniicneos olnupo will of th"l in \Vel-h quite in the way of > Chicago riijsician. I I i etc., 320 West Government street, .
"lL I .non.,blr fur debts !,
.u.I. conversation: "I am not acy! about I I use and prescribe '
i ere* of i ilil .
I U AUK 10. t hose sheep. I du IK!Here they're I in Coujjh, Remedy for almost all ... I WAIS 1MS1> = I
KID inpt.un the The do] without I u -
1 lru. ;: rising.IiK : .
u-II!"" "' Mitt note: constricted coughs, with j WANTED-All kind of beer
., I >kcrl up at the farmer, gave two I empty
result+. I prescribe it to bottles. H. A. Friedman. n9-tf
r. .r SLITHF1Unrcavtllaowarrle sharp yelps and turned round to hisIll't'I GROCERY 1 1I
...... not cnosijQuf* ol ibe Au.trinn 'I all a {es. Am glad to I
He said
again. as plainly WANTED I
: uI I .. Durutfii will b.. responisblefur as i -Organizers ; we pay sick,
1 o.et:._ nrbtn contracted by tHe though it had: been In words: "Ion't to all in need audseekin ; ,, accident, death and old age benefits -

3 I I\"i..l.. be a for>L I've been out twice, and I I j I colds and roughs and b ; FRESH LOT "SUPPLY OF I ; top renewal contracts. Ameri-'
fc.
HOI-IMCll!
< I M.ctions. It is non-narcotic i can Fraternity, Washington
I I'u ther're not In the corn. -London Out- D.
Captain.silt inthp hands of the I Barrel Olives C.
"t"-I U. Inllk. most ul1prof Syrup, 2oo-oawtf !
: al. A universal panacea 'I
---
'mankind. MKS. MARY II. : Mincemeat, and Every SEE what we have to offer men to I I

Every Woman DY, M. D., Ph. D., Chicago; 111. : f irst Class learn barber trade. Years saved
av Is.takh'64dmeldn"t I i i:. remedy is for sale by all ; I I = Grocery, by our method of free work, expert I /
aft rn i ,,w'a :c'"RL {('rlrrRV', 114' and medicine! dealers.OPERA !i instructions, lectures. Wages I..
OR FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS
e \Miirlinq ________ Saturdays, board provided,
.... spray 1 1'rh IIl positions
.''lirw. l alNrlw, I furnished, catalogue mailed
< I.' 1I. I ,-
.,' E Majestic flour Just Eeceiyefl. free. Moler Barber
"
t t i College, NeW'I
llrwo.ti...../..".,'1 Orleans, La.WANTED200 I
J.',..........t kr 4 iI ______ :
ifw tn ,' .._ _.._ r
; : I [1UoRE -- ---------
tltitttt.n.tnur ., jreutleraen to join jl
"l.I"1L."II". IIIi'r"r"- \ ONE NIGHT L j the Pensacola
I<1 "*.1 blNik WM, .U KI1MI ONLY Pressing Club 9>j
> nl.ul.'al.1) r"" i..n.ln_ /, c I 1 Houth Palafox. Clothes cleaned
uiltiMlailuw. M\H".L'O.. '
December and called '
Friday pressed, brand deliver-
om *:)0 Tlmeg Kldg.. N>' ;\ork. I I
I ed for $1 per month. 18nlm i irA
--------1 TAURANT P & ;: T4 j'

WEEKLY CIlEDUI i c i UNION ) I.r. II 11.1" \\ A TJ J).
a'A.'e - -- -- ---
THREE men from Pensacola
young
FOR STEAM DIVISIONS I 1 : I
I and vicinity at once to prepare for '
\S \\COliA:LI' cynIC TLUMIN AKA1LWAY > I, E MUSIO .". .DEPOT '1 Position in the Government Her. !

COMl'ANT.t vice. Apply to Inter-State Corres.
h i
DAILY MENUS "';-i.s: Inst.. Cedar Rapid*. Ia n24-2m,
I IcKve Penitool for the L'.ttli i __ ;

.rt nit Hirrancas nayonWarrtnatoaSaY1 at Yirl Comprise all the Up-to- I FOit "AL);. I

m.nrrlTe at port Karranc 1:13&.11 Date Di"bes the Markets "* D. Curric FOR BALE-The Union Depot Restaurant I : I j
George J ,
m.arrlv at Port harrancas ;.t...nm. of the World E .
'
.. Karranaai Big bargain ; enjoying
rrvt! > t Kort lsIpr ,
:1 10 I:.
ml\rrlVl'at Fort Karrancat .:1S p n Atford. good patronage. Owner has other a -I
m. arrvt' al Fort Karrancat T:00pa business and '"
/ cannot
it.
Exclusive manage
Direction Alkahest in
.
m.arrive at fort l>arr no S 9.a; p.uleave RETAIL I ;
Fort iiarranoai tor Pansy j South. ] DEALER IN Enquire 1\1 cU ill. in restaurant, of G. B. I t i,i'I'


ftrrlve at fensacolap. _..... 8:00 a. n Ladies' Private Seats on Bale at Coe's Bock ( Cigars. A BARGAIN can be had in one of t f
arrive at JVnaeola 11:4,1 p.nS ill
the finest tt
arrive at fenaaeola__ 1/S g.1I: Wednesday at noon. '> residence and most desirable
arrive at Honsacolam ..._ :.Spa Dining Parlor..* PRICES-1, 25 and 50 cents. sections of Northwest Hill, J :
arrive at reatacoiai ...._. 1611; D.errlce Children 15 cents, part : subject to guaranteed lease at fair I ,
at FensiooU tSJ D. Ii any for three years. Plan of ionse 4
can ;
"!tHClY' only house. r ,h
THE FOLLOWING be seen at my office. A. V. Clnbba, I :
FAKE ro& WEEK Days.
Regular Dinner Daily.Short !I Pensacola. 6n-2w :
PURE AND
I. I. to Fort lfarrancae and< return tin I DR. KING'STRY
.. to >& Yard and FOR fALE-The most desirable
Tj return Ut'a" : j* J J* J j l' : I
i 5 to Palmetto to ooh and reara ibSC50AT NEW I lots in the city on easy terms, by ".. I

ICHEDODI.we Orders Promptly the Fisher Real Estate Agency, ,I'

ache.%',ar pfriu'U the raaalnj t'niiuolt I" .'Illed.i ht ur Day. FOR THAT I Old Prentice, 2WL2 I South Palafoz. IBalmHoune. "I.

'I' .am, LT Fort 10a.m.Karrinni' !I TAKE NO Malt Rye. Board" ;\ I

. t. ra, 11 Cures Consumption BOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler
m. It Something Good<< to Eat I
m m. I I p.m. j yon wish you'll find it at Colds Bronchitis Atlanta Beer Springs, Mary Esther, Fla.. Mrs.. ; I I
; p.m.
m p.m. Cc; Condon, proprietress. All the a 1,1

t .-m. pm. Nick Apostle's PneumoniaHay comforts of home at very reasona i .
IDai i p.m. BOTTLE. ble rates. Northern tourists will .I i
r D.m, risy, LaGrippe, find this an ideal place to spend a .
"- i : r. II rOBBCHDAT Popular Restaurant Sore Throat Croup portion of the season. 12nlmI
art 1arrancu Navy Tarragona; and friilt Sts t
't Il 'Ia fl'tnrn_.___. ji Whoopisg Cough.NO
.
1
to PUmetto Much tat '
a _____ 1C.c will repair your watches and .
'! CURE. NO PAY.Pric
Jewelry in first-class II
'
, < IIn4 Jter 1:15 p. m. Y Y y style. J. I t
50C. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES I Stephens.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER ID, 1902i



adjusted simply as a nominal pay OUR STOMACH Acid Dyspepsia) i AN UXPARALLED RF Kl>
ment for privilege to do business, is! I -
For 50 been
IL over years Ayer's Pills have
and
& s placing a penalty on enterprise Now Recognized as the Cause of Serious
Our law-makers should
industry.make a distinction in dealing with Diseases the standard family pill. Act directly on

these matters. Acid Dyspepsia commonly called
tiered! at the Post Office at Pensacola.rt .
L1 _,..ieoond-clast matter. Without going into the merits of heartburn or sour stomach, is a form the liver gently laxative. J.C.AjwCO.. I

.I.lCEl'iU" building. t\\X south the question which in all probabilitywill of indigestion resulting from fermentation Lowell.MM* I II

f aros'treet. up-ttalrs. soon be raised in our own state, {,, of the food. The stomach __ n.--. oe

r THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. it may, at least be said that the distinction being too weak to promptly digest Every Woman is Beautiful It in Good FRUIT

drawn in the above para-I it, the food remains until fermentation Health CAKE. i
{3.'
Terms: Invariably in Advance. between the franchise tax and begins filling the stomach !
graph The celebrated During ,
justly fruit AugustEVEL'1)
Beauty is not so much in the features cake \
_.._. ._ ., ._$5 00 I
Year by Mail
i On Hiz Hontbi .. _, 5 the occupation license is apparent. I with gas, and a bitter, sour as in the expression and condition for which the West Florida Steam tbe death claims paid M. :

AaeWeekbyCarrlerYeyb leJdon d ay 10 rather than actual. All taxes under I burning taste in the mouth is often 01 the face. Every woman is Bakery is famous is now for sale at : j States and Canada by t'

Idtrti.iAg Rates Furnished on Application the system now prevailing, are in present. This condition soon be- endowed with beauty. Show me a 25 cents per pound. 3Jtf j ble Life Assurance s ?," ,
woman who is in good health and I *
the nature of and the comes chronic and being an
"penalties every paid within one day aftH
will show you a woman who is of a
man who U! taxed upon going into day occurrence is given but little at I cheerful nature a good disposition Saved Grave's Brink. proof.

UNION LABEL business has, in fact, no more cause tention. Because Dyspepsia is not and who is beautiful and attractive.No "I know I would long ago have I
I fatal do woman even though endowed been in writes Mrs. 8. And during 110 nioni i "
of complaint than the corporation immediately many people my grave, ie

which finds itself taxed upon the nothing for the trouble.It beautiful with the without most attractive good health.features Lowe is Newsoni, of Decatur Ala., "if it 11.\\ Sear below has JS the percent,: /I',')

.
Y PEHSAOOLA, DEC 101802 franchise under which it operates.A is now well known among spirits pains, nervousness, leaden not been for Electric Bitters. For I %:

physicians that the whole constitution complexion headaches, backache three years suffered untold agony This excels the Suet: tr

Million! Voices is gradually undermined and are all beauty destroyers and these from the worst forms of Indigestion j great record. It has II" \

i i Two weeks from tomorrow is Could hardly express the thanks of weakened that the nerves and vital symptoms can nine times out of ten Waterbrash Stomach and Bowel been approached by any;
Christmas and old Banta Claus i itt is Homer Hall of West Point, la. Lis be attributed to a torpid liver. I
organs are seriously affected by any HEPATICURA will give you good Dyspepsia. But this excellent medi. '! pany.
of into his working ten why: A severe cold had settled I II
getting
tt thinking form of dyspepsia. This is plain as j health and restore your beauty; cine did me a world of good. Since I I

4x; T ; 'clothes. ___ onhislungscausingampstobstinatecough.. Several physicians said he every organ, every nerve in the I then why suffer and be homely using it I can eat heartily and have !! "Strongest: in the 11 "r. '

THE Atlanta Jonrnal wants to cutout had consumption, but could not help body is nourished by the blood and when you can have strength, pure I gained 35 pound; ." For Indigestion, I II THE EQUITABLE LIKhAXCE -
him. When all h.. rich blood good complexion, and Loss of ( SOCim
Stomach Liver
thought was Appetite ,
i. i j the lobby entirely. Some peo the blood is replenished from the I
doomed he began to use Dr. King's strong nerves all of which make wo- and Kidney troubles Electric Bitters I
,(I pie seem to be prejudiced againstthe New Discovery for Consumption and food digested. If the food bjiroprrI men beautiful and attractive. Bold; are a positive, guaranteed cure. OF THE VMTKH: -I:IOOWLES '

+ pie counter. wrltes-"it completely cured me and I,Ily digested the blood is pure, the by all druggists. Ouly 50J at W. A D'Alemberte's .
. --- -- -
--- saved my life. 1 now weigh 2"271b." nerves steady, but if supplied from a drug store, 121 S. Palafox street: I
fi t' r MR. FlSLEY Pt-TEK DOOLEY- It's positively guaranteed for Tora's Beef Tea at Solo ------ BKUS.I .
sour, fermenting, decaying mass the
;f' DU.NXE was, married 'esterday.'Irs.. Coughs. Colds and Lung troubles blood is vitiated ': mon's. .. J. I. STEVENS I I General
the I
Price 50c aud $l.UO. Trial bottles poisoned and i I -- Ajicnit.
l r Dunne will take the floor-and I
frr rq r about everything now else insight. free at W. A. D'Alemberte's D. result is shown in sleeplessness! ,lacki I will for a few days longer THK 1'\LAK1XSTUEKT.IE\\. ''' 309 8. Palafox St.. I'FN-:
Palafox street.WANTS i
!
_. of energy, poor appetite, nervous- ':
- TUNE PIANOS AT 150. Dealer in Diamonds, Sterling Silver '
DEVEKY recently paid his taxes I ness. Every trifle it magnified and -

A CURFEW\ LAW\ the dyspeptic sees but the I' Jewelry, Watches, Enameled'
nothing
t! a performance which shows him to I am prepared to Restring and put Carolina Portland
I Goods, Toilet Articles, Cane, Umbrellas
dark side of -
t: # .'a be in the millionaire class. This i everything. : new Actions and Keyboards in worn
-- Kings, Bracelets Etc.
indeed a country of boundless opportunities. Within a recent period a remedyhas J I out Pianos and make them good as ,

u $ I'ensacola, Dec. 10, 1002. I been discovered prepared solely! j at reaonable Clocks, Opera Glasses.
i new prices.
)t ,. t,, .. ____ Editor: laiiyNewr.As to cure dyspepsia and stomach I Leave orders at Johnson's Book We are offering for the Christmas I i I Cement CO.BIRMINGHAM. .

tTr ;", THE sympathy of the fraternity troubles. It is known as Stuart's; :I Store. holidays bargains in Diamonds, and J
a new resident of Pensacola, I i '
_[ .; throughout the state will go out to Dyspepsia' : Tablets and it is now becoming I j! CHAS. PHt-; SLI-Y. are showing a large line to select ALA

i Brother William', of the WestvilleAdverUer. would like to offer a suggestion! rapidly used and prescribed | i from. We have everything suitable ,

'4 who e plant: was destroyed which I am satisfied wouU have a as a radical cure for every form of I I I We{ are going to sell for Christmas or wedding presents -

'n I E t" by fire yesterday. .morning. good effect upon the morals of the dyspepsia. i\\$1.00 Tabaurette for Olll'l. and will take pleasure in showing :Stocks of all HighUnl'!
can Portland Cement. ,
riiK: THOMAS-: -1.11'1'00- : -is- -to havethree !I rising generation. I do not wish to It is not claimed to t-ure flUflllillgx.rJd \lon Dec- 22d, 23d and 24th.i I ocr goods. German "Saturn" fief'I! ,

j 1 r dpjJ(]/JIIllilolllw.'t 11'/1.-- Just to how 120 S. PALAFOX. land Cement King N.1. t
1} ;j yachts in American; water; be understood in making this suggestion I see many people
) IK** iu its various forms but for this Plaster Hoseudale: CeniM! ,
M 'f during the cuwiucup;,\ races. Three that I think this city is much I will read this ad. ,Af arsI Norfolk. Port"niontn. I' .
i it has been shown to be unequalled. The best and largest assortment of
is said to be a lucky number, and no I I ton Savannah Jacksonville.; )i', .
$ Qidna.i .
than
worse other cities of the same I The eminent specialists, Reed and fireworks of every description can be :
Mobile; New Orleand .
needs, luck than !Sir i -- ----- -
man more : had, wholesale and retail at Mrs '
Copulation, but I must that I 'O'Leary, have recently stated that We alo ,
h it say Fruit cake! best: made at PfeittWs John F. Pfeiffer, No. 211 East In- makeshipclI'"t-i
l Lipton. _ have seen some things since moving :I 'they considered Stuart's Dyppepsla':' I Steam Bakery. tendencia street. !i Mills wherever WI1.(1' ,

E4j THE to Pensacolaa I Tablets, !i freight rate. Solenllum, : i I"Alab:1tna"
proposition give here that I have never seen an unfailing "specific' for dis-1 ---
R. 1 curfew law. will strike terror into anywhere i i orders of the digestive organs, and j I Cleaning ladies skirts and waists / Hot Chocolate with i'i Brand" Portland and ""ut! > t
else.I l''UI'1 ,
: : (
:L E the hearts; of some of our thinly I i the remarkable cures made in cases| ( one of o".r specialties. Star Laun Whipped Cream at Solo- j lia Hydraulic Natur ., I

E r, gilded youth, whose sense of propriety refer to the great number of of long standing dyspepsia proves I i I dry. mon's. made near Birminlhau,

.+ is considerably lower than young: men under 21-many of them that this
remedy has extraordinary I
A OYSTERS AT NIG APOSTLE'S The bet and largest assortment of '. Correspondence Solicited
;tI 1' 4; their collars aud whose morals are mere boys In short pants, who oughtto merit. I, toys and fireworks is displayed at

Ji i i on a par with(.their._intelligence. be at night school or at home and Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets have i j i Fine oysters today. Try them Mrs. John<'. Pfeiffer's, No. 211 East
-- --- -
S ti i 4lclteailie Kail Break. in bed-who hang about the streets been placed before the public and |i NIC ApOSTLE. i Intendeucia street. Save Ioney /// !.//I.', .'n <*

ti are sold by druggists everywhere at I I .
; it fir The following paragraph from the and loaf on the corners till late at your jlrlJ.tureat.1lIarslrfl -
50 cents per package, and while !it I
4J Florida School: Exponent of Jacksonville night Any one who overhears the ]promptly and effectually restores a ;,!, ....1.1.............1....b1..0.....................1: if ('>/1'1 : ',

, i t may be interesting; it i;* .I scrap of conversation that come to !, vigorous digestion, at the same time I j' Great Furnitu/c t.nnrium. .
t + certainly inaccurate: : Some Christmas
t; I the passerby from these youths can j;; j i H perfectly harmless and will ant' \ .
,'I Ho long as Brother Jtu s sticks to !
the
; politics and pavauleutMe is alay" easily see that they are out for no injure most delicate stomach, I|i i e. 9
i ;L 4 ? interesting it uotuccurute; but when ; but on the contrary by giving prr- .
t he waudtr out into the taucatioii.il j good, and I think that the rate at ]feet digestion, strengthens the stoin- Suggestions from I STEAMER LIREiVt i \

I +i'' f field he; loi-es his own bearings, aud I which they are traveling the "road |lach i improves the appetite and
r becomes unreliable. I
s to ruin" would open some people's j 'makes life worth livitg.I I II'IIIIN I'
of
lu a recent Issue the Daily leiwren I'onhaci'la and flit i i

iii J t' t#+ Capitol I.e uses nearly a column to eyes, if they only) knew it. I !': Jlail.1'1'1 !sninl,I iv
i l take a bad fall out of "U u lonnity I e # Coe's Book Store !
f': cf Textbooks," aud !gives his read I' Now, Mayor Jones is said to have BIG CARGO OF "CITY OF TAMPA.'

i i ( tis a lengthy e"".ay on what t tie i I done a great deal to make Pensacola 9
It ;.i doesn't know about that iubject.r I : -- ---'- : .V Milton .' aril I.\ THII-II. "''.I.I I
'I a more orderly and law-abidin' :! WHEAT READY i'tiiani'cla.! ".,' inn .tr t ilr'ai.
The gentleman referred to has not' : ,.,
s ,II .t 0 CHRISTMAS CARDS 'l !BRASS NOVELTIES, r Fare.Iruuud: ; Uy',l1
written a line in the Tallahat'e.Capital ", .! place, aud if a curfew law could be '
I ilu e f I 0 DESKS, ; CELLULOID NOVELTIES,
\mK for over a month and is, 'I passed;:; here, compelling boys under r.' o
The ;steamship; Lowlands, which BLOCKS, LEATHER NOVFLTIES, : '
Oe JEWELER IN HIS
therefore, probably innocent of
the
IS, or even :21, to be at home after qi: t'
'Y, grievous olleue so lightly chargedup i arrived with a cargo of mangane-e, I I Ij GAMES, r'';. FOUNTAIN PENS, j
o'clock at I
v night, think there wouldbe I
% *j 'I' to him by Brother )lcHt:1th. who i fewer unhappy homes and heartbroken I j will fill out on her return European'' j BOOKS, 4, GOLDPLNS, j HEW STANC[

; in his editorial goes on to put up a 'trill with about loOO)0 I ) bushel of'' 0 ALBUMS i GOLD PENCILS :
c a plea fur the present "system' of providing and disgraced parents I am; t: I I i <
1 grain, this: amount PRAYER BOOKS j' PICTURE FRAMES, j
now being stored o I have moved ',
our i-chool children w ith text sure there would be fewer youngrowdie > my jcwi-lry -
books. I i in the elevator and ready for 10ld'l : HYMN BOOKS r PICTURES. 120: South Palafox fornici''' .
rJ ? and toughs in evidence. ; ; ";) pied by Bas & Co., mid u
tE .{ While the subject is not one in I PATERFAMILIAS. ink The Lowlands will begin loid- :! BIBLES, .., CALENDARS better prepared thanvnr > t >

which THK NKWI- takes any overpowering -- I ling the grain immediately: upon thedischarge : PURSES A BOOKLETS, i great bargains in dianii nI-) w .
f; i t interest, we would jewelry etc. Call and ->.. i
suggest; :
PIANOS TUNED
FOR SI.50. j i of her present cargo. 'I'i o KODAKS eI DOLLS, : ., let me convince you.J. .
R' that Professor McBeuth at once turn .
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a Chas. \V. Pre ley an expert, who -------- e MANICURES, i IRON TOYS I. ril'EPHrVFoiey's
his attention to the UaiuesvilleSuu, I ;
The
Pride of Heroes.
;c ,., tuned pianos at the World's Fair :r :
DRESSING CASES TEA SETS
;) which recently published a table! I ,{ ,
Many soldiers in the list .
war .
$' I and i is recently from Fischer's placein '
,** ; wi showing that under the I SMOKERS' SETS : RUBBER TOYS S
I system now Philadelphia. Will give you wrote to say that for Scratches, !I o ':"' Kidney Care

prevailing; in this state school books ter wcrk than you ever had bet'j I Brut"es, Cuts, Wounds, Corn, Sore JEWEL CASES ) DOLL PIANOS, .* cmfrgs kidneys and bhddx hrht.
.
ci' a 1 cost from 25! to lu per cent more than no pay. Leave orders at Johnson's Feet aud Stiff; Joints, Bucklen'.s : INFANTS' SETS, BANKS; :

; Tj in those states which have adopteda I Bookstore.: Ibulm i Arnica Salve is the best in the ("
z I _____ __ SHAVING SETS .' TOOL CHESTS EVERYBODY LOOKS
s uniform text-book law. )
world. Same for Burn, Scald .
j I ? r Professor McBeuth evidently ha TEACHERS I Ii Bnil., Ulcers, hkin Eruptions and' : PHOTOGRAPH SETS .;, DRUMS, eo FOR THE BES1

1 ) @,'i' several more little thoughts: coming; Pils.. It cures or no pay. Ouly 25c 2 GLOVE BOXES, ;. PAPER DOLLS, : '

";i Ft r j,a to bun on this subject. At all event.-, i PAID TO-DAY : at 121 W.S. Palafox A.:D'AleinberteVdrug store : O HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, ." STATIONERY NOVELTIES, :

$ j it is up to him to upset Senator: MeCreary's street._, j Here it is. Call on ""I""r. '
I : CRAVAT BOXES .. FINE STATIONERY.COE'S ,
table. j jHie II i You ca-n get house : I Creary. They are doing ti' I I'
; your r -
B i -
1 work that .'
--- -- I : can be turned out i: i
ri Frant hire Tin: i Salaries: for October distrib- furnished complete at .111 ar- + ,
1V were :' prepared to do any kind "''f ,

Among the proposition which are I I aced to teachers: in the E..catubi.ll I stoni;$ Quimtfs on easy payments -i\ : }( BOOK STORE, They put on India rubber tip- '

v $ t' likely to the attention of the 1 I. weekly or monthly. be-t on the market ', '
f F engage county schools today by Superintendent No. 213 S. Palafox St. on -hot :
,
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( l'J next legislature in this state is one : a- they have a full line I : r '

t 4 ; to subject railroad fr.1nchi=e" to tax N. ]B. Cook who yesterday I If you wish to purchase;: Christmas : : l'I-:"'s.eOIlIOH!/),\. : tire in stock.
negotiated a loan to meet this in presents: : for your children, do not Does your buggy:;; used IIP-!'
4t ation. A bill covering the ground I I I fail to call at Mrs. John F. Heillir's, ....o..................... ..........1..0.....1.1.N i iiiK? They can make itzodi-I', +
s ; involved has already been introduced debtedness. The amount borrowed No. 211 East lutendfocii street Their prices, to. are rea-ouabl, '

in the Georgia legislature.", was about fo.OOO, aud authority for I' they have ample capital l to cunH ; ,
1 t -v-- --., -.' --,--, -, fit-t-class carriabuilding; >
JO. M. PRYOR v' -' /'
where it has after heated > -
a controversy the action \ r /' /' --v.j)
was given the !superin-i repairing bu il1j"oj. I><.n't fail
'' tl +=ed the huu- The measure !
g pa e. call
: tended at a meeting of the! board c.f j;, The Government street furi :, \ on them.
t is, therefore, in the hands .CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Scales
repaired.
now I i niture has
man made innovation < ...
an ...
i } I ; of the senate, with the chances in public instruction Monday after- I in the furniture business. He wlll, ." 1)1)"i" .',!!?'.!. Fi'tr'zarrhresAm! : \
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F .
;i ;': favor of its passage, which as the noon. ._ __ u_ ___ |I[ during puce on the all holidays his: elegant, reduce stock the(..fhou..ehold ;'(( f A LARGE AND ELEGANT LINE OF JEWELRY ) ';@J.f I l Phone r;;. l lj; Ka-t(,trd, r. -.ti-l! :

t Q:, t SavannahNewspointsoutprobablr : yl I Had a Go means an appeal to the courts and .< .'< OF ALL KINDS. v-< .< I
I A. J. Snell wanted to attend a figures, that will enable you to givei (
,t I in likelihood years of costly liti but was afraid to do !Or> tin party account i your Christmas presents in something 5ZS2SH FINE STATIONERY.

; 1L gation. of pains in his stomach, which that is useful and at below ,
he feared what articles are sold for elsewhere.! ( HNDERSENti.29 :. -
would grow worse. He I
The
# ? p Georgia measure is said by You a M.
M : "I was telling should call on him brturebuy a
e. r, legal experts to be unconstitutional says ; my troubles to C. V. Thompson, \". 11 !n< .
;,, t a A lady friend who said: 'Chamber ink; elsewhere. 9dlm
+ : is in its present form, and may. there lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrlcei ._ I -- South Palafox Street.Is ..;>- Palafox street, ha- ju-t ,ipir'I 'I i

1 fore be sutliciently modified before Hemedy will put you in conditi 1 f Fruit cake, best madeat Pfeiffer's new supply of Linen :and }',

j' f1 its final passage to enable it to run for the party.' I bought a bottle and Steam Bakery. ,I' 2..S252S2S2S2S2.S'2S25 252S252S2.5252SQ a't:55 Papers, whit, blue and irr.iy. \\ ,

the gauntlet. take pleasure in stating that two I "',1 ; ,:. !; t I. !, 11. Envelopes to match Oxford -. .
CEa C C
} doses cured me and enabled me to FRUIT CAKES. "rard I .. r tYdi' Pl'rii l .Y.ri,31 t E/rYYI u/, CIo' 31 ,
In whatever light the lawyers may have a good time at the party." Sir I j i I also Foreign Mail Tablets WIt! J-.

tCt + t regard the bill, there can be no Snell is resident of Summer Hill, The West! Florida ftteam Bakery f. ?% DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES. '/ z";;{* velopes to match. Ink I'M.I -

r doubt that the innovation will find druggists X. Y. This! and remedy medicine i i- for dealers.ale by makes the best fruit cake in the city. j j "y'i?, (' STERLING SILVER AND PLATED WARE. \ "',,:oJ.,/ I Penholders, Blankbook", Fi,>- *

t favor in the eyes of the people who .- Rich sweet and warranted to keep I! etc., always on hand.

hr. ; ; in O orgia as elsewhere, are firmly Pfeiffer's goods have always! proven fresh. 25 cents per pound. 3dtf ,, t .Prompt Attention to Repairing and Kagraviog. i Phone 234.:

convinced that the railroads are not satisfactory to their many {

sty bearing their ju-t share of the public I eh ; therefore, ring 'phone 'u.tom'I( 'I .1udgin's.. lie : est jvr c. i' I
order I CJA.STL. .
Christmas cakes.
I your !
s q ,' ,i. 1 burdens. As the Atlanta Journal- i, I 1'.B .
d Try Tomato Bouillon atSolomon's. 't-ilrltbt :
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which i is, of course an ardent advocate ;| I !I D. HALE WILSON 3, nt1"

., of of the bill--put* the cae- ;+ Headache I '.(

1 sl A franchise tax (on a fixed and Biliousness sour stomach. rer.Mips- The best and cheapest place where -
w definite bi-is, ) is simply requiring lion and all liver ills are cured by you can buy Christmas presents H at ; Real Estate and Rental
'1 corporations to pay on all I of their Hood's Mrs. John F. PfeifftiX .V. 211 East;! Agent All kinds of a n'>
t Pills ,
i lrlpl'rtJn their franrhiinas well! Intendeucia strett. "
l
ft'-'
tIj rocking chairs 6
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: j as physical property: Just a- other The -
yy non-irritatin
cathartic
Price }
1 i ; ,: i people are made: to pay An ncrupaIjou 25: cents of all drueeist or by mail of Try Tomato Bouillon at Jay"! South I'aliifo\ Street, # Quina's. Prii t'f

T r 1 tax, unless carefully and fairly i C.I. Hood A Cu_ Luw ell, )lass. J ]Solomon's. TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENS4COLA FLORIDA low.



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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10.1902. j J 1


I c {If..
uary 1 the convict camp would be B. H. FAIRCHILD zero. sooo. II ;
BONDS WERE removed to'the western part of the W. C. O'NEAL, President; M. CLARK, Cashier; ,' ": i I
C' PDOzSTERER: : S. J. FOSHEE,Vice.President; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashltr. L t }
county, this being In accordancewith

a resolution introduced some 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

ACCEPTED time since. aroet Work and Specialty.Refinishing Furniture i "

Legal advice said the county com- OF PENSACOLA, FLA. ;
I'liono 486. I
missioners could not be held responsible Designated of the United s
COUNTY OFFICIALS SUBMITTED -- --- -- ---- Depository States.

AT I for gas and water bills of R. K. WHITE, Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25, l00'

ACCEPTABLE SURETIES the militia companies, these bodies Matchmaker, Manufacturing Jewelerand RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. ,

MEETING LAST NIGHT. being !state institutions.The Graduate Optician, Loansand Discounts.................... ... $442.921: 84 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ......... .... $200.000.00 ;
board rescinded a former I Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured.. ...... 2,301.17 Hurplus ...... .... ...... .. .. .... ...... ...... 20,000.00
11 Soitk PaUfox St., PenniroU,fla U. 8. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213,806.87!\ Undivided Profits...... ...... .... .... .... 5.590.31 t
of the county com- resolution giving/ commanders of the Stocks, securities, etc... ............ ...... 2,625.00 Rediscounts...... ...... ...... ... .... ... .. .. 10,287.61
A meeting local militia companies full authority 5252525r5252 Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .......... 6,713.43 Circulation...... ........ ...... .... .... .... 125t5 ).00
tern, last: night all bonds oft f. R. Stamps... ...... .... .... ............. 65.82: Deposits........... ...... ...... ............ 461.E04.35
Jr.- to rent the armory for entertaining Cash and Exchange....................... 153913.12
.i.-wly chosen county officers
purposes. applications hereafter lAMUStMtNIUON
ubmitted and accepted. The -

wr.' were of W. \V. Richards, tax will have to be made to Chairman 25-'c52525-'c5 25 Total...... .... .... ...... .... ...... ...... 822352.30 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .. .. .. .... .... $822,382.50:
: Welsh.NO. This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
a"t" for $1UD) ; J. W. Frater, THEIR WAY-HERE SOON. your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.

.. tr'-r. 17. Wi; A. H. D'Alem- FALSE CLAIMS.
I't. 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
.:>; collector, 30000. The proprietors of Foley's Honey
and Tar do not advertise this as a -
f IUds of J. C. Watson and sure cure for consumption." They
Have those shaving == ====-=.: = :-=::---'-"-
do not claim it will cure this dread you seen I ------------ --
r Ward, notaries public; L. ) l
J' complaint in advanced case, but stands and music cabi- :: ,
\\ i m, timber inspector!" ; and C. do positively assert that it will cure )
in the earlier stages and never failsto nets at Marston $ Qaina's. rl 1))
'Deny, constable of district u
Vb h comfort and relief ia the I i ( )
give Just the thing for a Christ :I ) [
a -ubmitted and were satis- worst cases. FoleyV Honey and r sG .( )
I
Tar is without doubt the greatest mas present. "( .
throat and lung remedy. Refuse (, \, ) .,
!nce committee's report was substitutes. I FRUIT CAKL" fl\ I j I j
-- ---- G
r. ,I' filed. Spec hi communication tj J The West Florida Steam Bakery ; (! rn '4' ., ill : '

tw tlon of arresting without of cambia L"d2e No. 15, is now making the best fruit cake I 1 1 3 ;
F. and A. M., 7:30 p. in., the market 25; cents i SHSHSHcjES fJV t
f was: brought up in an opin- A 'Wednesday, December 10. ever pound.put on at E5H5ZSHEE5ZSES !
per
County Attorney R'!ese, Work in F. C. degree.

that it is to detain Visiting brethren invited.W. I flit Jest Cold Weather Requisites !
1 it illegal D'O. KESSI.KK. I II I Jfpdgin S, ftvoc. I : Ii
-. \'. ral hours before being HARRY W. Gnuss, W. M. = I
I- -- -
.i a magistrate, : for corny Secretary. :}, a .
...Warm Weather Priced!... :
\ person arre.ted with. Mother Graj's Sweet I'o vdere for SAkE ( ) ll
I
.'it must be taken before Children; FOB WHY DID -i'OU DID IT? $15,000 ( ; BETTER come here for Blankets and Comforts. There's no i ; !

Successfully used by Mother dray nurse In \ I Man's Profit on Ours. They are direet from the I
i 4 magistrate at oace. tbe Children's Home in New York. Cure Wood & Ward's big; company pre- I _OK_ ) to Your 1 i!
) Factory Bed. It means 20" Saved for You. : :
-mith's claim of S'J5! bal. Frverbbnrss, Bad Stomach, Tvthlng Dis seating their (Splendid Spectacular \ 1 ? ( j
(
orderatnoreand regulate the Bowels and: Comedy, "The Two Merry ) ---- - -- ,

uu the Dolphin liquor Destroy Worms. Over Si.OiO testimonials.Thtj Common Sense Price, 15, Tramps.23, 35 and I GOL h AN NDAMN H 1 ( \ Blankets. U

wuordered paid. The FREE nrrtrfail.: Address At all!{druggists lien $, .Hoisted i"* Sample |I.e ooc. Matinee, 15 and 25c. I ; : t I

: ., rhenlf! a reward of Roy, N.1. (i : 11-1 Gray Cotton Blankets.. .. ..... .... . .. .... .. .. .. .We pair t( )I
i ceutage for col- --- -- -- ( 101 Silver: Gray Blankets, Colored Bordered-.fl I 2.;> and $:! 50 pair !
per
It Kf -jiH the Feet Warm anil Dry. I THE LYCEUM COURSE. ( "Ye Old Time" California Blanl.etsAII Wool. White Body. Colored i

iiue. Ask to-day for Allen's Foot-Easeft a powder I : JEWELRYAT t ; Borders.. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .$l5, Jottinp to $1250pair (( iComforts.'J

--t"u..r! Roberts submitted It cures Chilblain,,SwollenMweating,Hore \ ( I \
I As already announced, an effort is
Aching Damp feet. At all druggists and i !
:. providing for the col- sboestores.ic.-: i being; made to establish a lyceum I

."Xl.. .'. The measure in- -- --- course in Penpacolathis winter. ', PL'REr. CLEAN COTTON :tl

to I An experimental entertainment AUCTION Five Bales: to go at. .. .. ... . .. ". . .. .. ... .... .ie; to ".00 ( J
.unity attorney pre- A Guaranteed Cure for 1'ilcs
has been for next at ) Snowflake Sanitated Cotton Light as; Down, none Better at any i
: 'n be submitted at the Itching Blind, Mewling or 1'rotrudmg arranged Friday Price.... .. . .. . .. .. . .. .....$1..>..;, fl.7o, f2 up to $I !i7;
Piles. lour druggist: will refund jourmoney I the opera house in the engagement ( \
If I'A/.O OINTMENT: : Jails to cure
-.Iti\'t! : e of J. D. Currie in
JOU. "lOCCUta. George an eveningof I
II Jackets and Skirts. fj
71h Annual Sale o;
w 't\ li w f-ir the county music, mimicry and monologue.The .
: ( ;

v: HI the city. A dis-; E. W. PEAKE I management feels assured UNREDEEMED* i Children's WoolIceefers.. .. .... .. .. . .. .. ..?2iiO to 5 350 i I
dinwej early that all intelligent and thinkirg ) Misses'Monte, : Carlos and Ragland! .. . . . .. .. 7 50( to 10 50 ( J
payerst' No. 30 south Palafox street keeps I people will not fail to eupy to the ) Ladies'! ; 25: and! 27 J tckets and :Monte Citrine! . . .. 3 KO to 15.00 t ;
!' .II call bells, wires and all kinds of 1! utmost this event. PAWNED JEWELRY Ladiet-\Valking Sklrt. .. .. . .. . . . .. 3 CO to 700 it t
.I Ladies'Silk! and Cloth Drefkirt,? . . . .. .. 7.uuto IS 001)
,j electrical supplies. Have him do Price have been placed within
1))
i : your work. Call phone :203. i the reach of the most limited purse !I OF ALL nHCHII'1I0 J Furs I
Collarettes
and i
;
-. I being; 25; cents for general admissionand i I ,, Capes. i
50 cents for reserved seats in I I will put on Sile at Auction the ( ;
,.,,,,,,,,,,,tt,... .e.e.e.ew.0ao.e.e.e.e.e.ee.e.e..... ai.y part of the house. 'I Great Stock of Jewelry, Diamonds .I This is the Kind of Weather for Furs. i d .
:and Silverware; recently purchased!
,
0 the accorded this j This is the Store that will Save Moiu v Your Purchases. C
Upon patronage: of J. Lewis at Cincinnati, Ohio, at you on ) i
I event will depend the engagementj one-half of its value, and the two \\ Si .30 to S12.OO. c I
i Hello Stranger I 'I. stocks combined will mike it of < ;
j of others. The management: would, one

.9 0 I therefore, earnestly quest all who: i the best Siles selections commencing and Largest Auction ,|,1\ i J Men's Ladies'and Children's Underwear. ( j j ji

favor the lyceum course to ( j
encourage (
t ) One ( .. . .. .. T
THIS Is 0 i I' 'aeLadies'ItibbedVeets.FleaeeLiuedtpeeial.: !; t 2t,cOne
t* e* this entertainment by their presence 11: : Tuesday, Dec. 9th, i I : Case Men's Fleece Lined :Shirts: and I>r'jwpr"', nothing to (( I f 1 1
4t i( ext Friday night and say a good. I eqiiitl I them in the city per ,.I
tl o word to their friends in its behalf., i and will continue dailyit 100::! a. in. Children's Wrappers and Knit Vets..15 to 75c; garment i i it
Towns much smaller than Pensa- I and 20: and 7 p. m, till the entire ] t ) ((I 1 1MONDAY'S .,
Bears' Repository I stock i is closed out. The usual motto j ) ( \
cola have numbers
season o
C every fa I will be used in my sale All goods )H
these lyceum events and find them sold I by me will be guaranteed asj SPECIALS I

6i great source of plea-uro and instruc- represented or your money refunded. i
ii
to the people generally.Clarence This sale means money in your pocket's. i'' i One Case Unbleached Canton Flannel (IP' Ie value. .... 5c ward ; j i
309-511 South Palafox Street. : ,, The goods are simply sold on : i MondjyOnly' ( J
f\ their merits. Will mention a few\:':1 i! All of Our $1 1 FlannelVai=t; . .... ... . . .. .. .hUe! each I !
t and Artie" the characters articles which I will put on sale: | ; { One Case Fairmont Unbleached Dnme-tic. L'u cards for. fl COj t ,
: -FtI.I.I.INIOI- > | impelsonited: by Wood and Solid Gold Band: 1SK: Ladies' and .J j OneCa*eFaHPf'rcal..Jtiv\ll1e. ... .. .... . .. .. .s cyard ( _
S 0 ''Gents'' Watches! with Hih: -Grade ) --- tI
Ward, are different types of the' If( ? (
'I, Movements; Filled Case Watches' |
I Buggies Wagons and Harness e hobo geni from those usually seen in R. R. Adjusted Watches!" 17, 19, 21 I (: ; ; rf W. J. & B. FORBES. ,* :
stage productions, as Messrs. Wood I and 23 Jewel; Diamond Ca-e "
Watches. Chains, Clocks, .I -- -- ( :
a ( Rings, ( - -
and Ward portray the Ward [cAI- = = = ::: : ::
--- -- -- :.J ;
-
Bronzes, Sterling Silverware (l iad-: ,j I
:- .. ............... .................... ..... .. ... listers of tratnpdom.i ruple Platedware, Rogers; Ih47 Table I I j I '
] I Ware, Solid Gold Headed Walkirg ,, i
i i i Canes, Opera: Glasses, Field Masses, i iI i ii O. M. PRYOR'SFDMTTDRE : : j 1 i
THE WHITE SLAVE.The Guns i and Pistols, !Musical Instruments I
BIG SACRIFICE SALE '
and hundredsof other articles
i i too numerous to mention. 4 I,
1 coining of the "White Slave"is

i being heralded with unusual' gus i
to. This is because a really fine production $5,000 WORTH FINE DIAMOND I II HOUSE : : !

tfiin o' R t1; iX hm td Mir n'; rurDhMu :, is underlined of Campbell's at the popular opera house play Jl I JEWELRY, I


next Monday, where it will be givenby I of!Solitaire Diamond Rings i I I
vr ii \ 1.1' M.v\i UTI iiits: ('OST. I Consisting SALISBURY BLOCK W. GOVERNMENT ; : :
a cast full of good actors through- !Stud, Pendant ScirT) I'm., j STREET.

i-- Sale Begins Wednesday. December 10th, at 8 a. m. 5 out. ,' IjiKkPiR, Kar: I'rop". Klc-: i ,! '
i
| There i is a good deal of sentimentconnected :' Kic., will IN; "O|M at II
To the Purchaser of the First Five Dollars Worth of Goods a I i
Pair of Johnson & Murphy Shoes will be Given. with this: piece for the l : 'LATEST... ; DESIGNS IN I 1 : ,
-
reason that it has held sway fori ALEX. LISdtTS.{ --- :. I, I, I
,,' Bloc:1: .. .. .. .. I, '
<'tn- Clothing co-t 5l. to $Is per ?nit for. *6.t>0 to SS.TO i I nearly twenty year during which I j 1

: :nit*. cost; $;S to $I> for . .. .. .. . ... . .. ... . .. .f'Ktof32: !!>1 ; time iniuy thon.-utuU the t. ,
young : S. 1"alaf'f.; Ol'to.iu' Custom
/t'Stojkol Celebrated K it;!.. :Shirts; for .. . .. .. .. .. .3-jto: ,:I 9i i i i people who applauded it in its first ],,1120 lloiisti ': Bed Room and Parlor Sets I

v. 't. Ltundtftodand Negligee; :Shirts. .. .... . . .. ... .. .: :Ho .3';) ; llus.'i: t.f success have married and I ,

-,in $3.50ILats for .. .. .. .. .. .. ... . ". ... .. ll.&U i rat-eel families who have I have Vault, Fire ..1
P. S I
grown to a a Safety
Ilfst Hats for. .... ... . .... .. .. .... .. .. .... ... . 3D to ..Itsin i i play-going age, and these!" youngsters!" j and Burglar Proof, and I am pre- I DINING ROOM TABLES, SIDE BOADS, CHAIRS, ETC. t : ::1I

ifc Murphy $5hhufs for .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. ..... $2.H. ; are as interested in the story;: of I partd to take good care of your iirti- I

li -t Shoes.. .. .. .... ... ... .. .. .. .... .... .... . .. ... .'.I.,> to J1.G8( : ''slavery as were their. ancestors.A : (I des advance of value on all and such will articles make at liberal the Davenport Lounges, Metal Beds and Mattresses. l ii

Stock Must be Closed Out in Fifteen Days. G )-.. I I strictly confidential. Remember the I +
[From tin Uizm Toowoomba. =tr lla.J J place: M No. 2it south Palafox: street, !
i S. R. THAMES I rind Chamberlain's Ccugh Remedy opposite the Po..totlice.ALEX. i I.
is an excellent medicine. I have I CHKOFF: Proprietor.: 'rices for tie Holidays Ire Down\ Not Up. j '!

.
I i 1'ihfaxanJ Intendencia St* M\\A
the last two mouths, and it has -- -- -- ; Itll

_. --.i.. ._...T. ...T.iT.I ...._"...-... ...._. ._.. '- i TIN: I MEAT & MALT has a marvelous :
.... --'--;'_- -_'_- -_,._- -_ ._- -_ -- ..-- -.. -.J.- _- -_."-.J.- ._- -_ .\_-. pleasure. I dietetic value. Whiterefreshingand I'J! : !
J / ; :
.I .. ''. HAVE ON HAND AlARE RECEIVING DAILY THE WI !.. WOCKXEK.: This is the opinion of IJ l/4\\.II I ; pleasant to take, it helps as'!imila- Ii
one of our oldest and most respected : J JA CO Y GR ROCO tiRY? 00I .I Mon "! food.; Hold: byDA.NXHEISNER !j :
f t < !;
I I CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. | residents, and has been voluntarily ,f'f'j i I,I.
given 111 good faith that others may : BROS.: I 1-1) l lZI !':

E P;) FRUITS, NUTS CANDIES, SEEDLESS RAISINS, 'f(|j I J| try was the Mr.remedy Wocfcner.and be This benefited remedy as is I I \\lwlt'.alt.l and i I, y Clam-Bouillon- with i y ... ;
i Ikctail (jroc 'r .
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sold all and medicine IB 1
; by druggists
,I AND ALL ARTICLES NECESSARY '.:. ( B BfliK K :Whipped Cream at Solo. '
dealers. j NOTE : : i
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t"::1:} .0< .0< .0( .t TO 1't r IN YOUR .< ,0< S .0< (IEli I) I I I' IIE.\I CditTEi., FOIl ) I, man'8- I i.. "'I -.;.

BUY A HOME. .
Eli;i CHRISTMAS CAKES.; ( I' Family, Fancy and Staple i The flue-.t liner f sterling silver ; ;
( I :
'] FHEHt Pl'LY OF [iJ I 0. M. Pryor has!" purchased :a t< Groceries, jt {odds ani silver novelties is to be ,.j
large number cf choice lots which he 'oaud at J I. l
I I Stephens'. Prices to
i\i\ P. LSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS \fl; moderate will sell to figures.Mr. desirable. purchasers at and All Kinds: Goods.of Up-to-date: Fancy I I I \LGIGR/ i lM"A all. '. f" r cx.fir !1!

ti : OF ALL LI- DS. Pryor is desirous of buildingup I t 1
1i
We Sole Distributors
R the eastern section of the city. I are for West i II
: FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. MROBERTS Florid t for the Celebrated Cafe du '
and, controlling a large number of I
r & DAILY f lots, will sell them on reasonable: j Monde Coffee Sweet Home :Moliri See that Each Cigar is : C i
+ I
i ies, IIIiui amid Climax FloursBiyle'nI i
terms to actual: settlers. 9! Urn
i Delicatessen German AmerIcan. Stamped.
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218.220 Wright St., East of Unon; Depat.ii tjj I I | Food C,.'" Canned Meats, Etc. All j
Now is the l time t'dH
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yourChri'tmas '
::- ., .to' 17;(;. P"II-\'ula.: Tla.__ cake, such as fruit pound.ornamental ,; I of Retail which Grocers are sold in the by city.all flrst-c'dss'; ; FRANK REILLY 'ti )tie Photo9reoph i
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ffi any
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Steam
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1902tik


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C MISS FAY LEE, ATLANTA IS VISITED Letters I RIMH A C H R RAT HARPER



President of the Shakespearian, Kansas City.
BY I A $500,090 i FIF.EIla'.i t Women (

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"Yourboo' etca.mtcy t r nervous tension. The nerves : 17I

torn like a ewes ag:of heal'h .. < y soon begin to give way under : Valuable, Lily Bioc Cured by the use of Kodol are received I Dannhaissei' Bros. I w R i't: .... \
a when I had suftrred with Tf thestrain.Yoaperhapsjumpheadachebackac Their troubles nearly all begin with :.1* i i4.a. '" .

e and bear- .A. I at any unusual disturbance, Is De-troVva.: lion or other stomach disorder.If \ .. '
;; B1 -
: iagdownpalrs.; I was weak, l' or laugh or weep, hysterically the food you eat fails to give and Dealers In
F nervous and hysterical and r at no apparent cause. ; NORCROS3 BUILDING CUR D. to your body, it is because the Importers i j 1'j4 .. \

had not consulted any doctor, .. That is what Miss Fay; Lee, creted by the stomach and digestive '' Wes: Liquors Cordials and tWi.. '
s it would 603)2 North Seventh Street 'I I, ,
thinking pass away i 1 are inadequate to transform the nutrient ,
in time, but instead I found "" -.i Kansas City, Kansas, was Ecrly. Morning Conflagration: :;; : Breaks erties of the food into blood. Cigars. < '.

E r that the pains: iurcsd: and .; coming to when she rescuedherself :I, Out anC ThOii li Flr.r.cn FightFlames indigestion. The system Is deprived i I I II ( .... ,,'/ ,;. J

0' We. were more frtquect. I decided h by taking Wine of amount of nourishment required to 'I I : .... ....
to try Wine of Cardul Fay Ltt. Car ui. The \\ ing made I Heroically, Much Valuable the strength and the result is that !t; )' -.' : :
and in short tL'11n:1S much her a strong; ,healthy woman ; more of the delicate organs gradually j AaetU? for the Justly Celebrated'Hiliable _". ;,1\\\ .

improved. It seemed to act like a charm. again, as it has made a million otherI Property Goes Up In Smoke ; weak and then weaker until finally \, 'and Hun:: of I. W. Harper' ;: 'j ,. t.' j' ,.i !:\ .

?5 kept up the treatment and the result women strong and healthy. By inducing i Atlanta, Dec. 9.-This morning diseased. Here a great mistake is and Other Pure Brands of 1Vhi:kirs I'' -r ; :!: ; "P ;.4. ,. .._ -
I'' a' was most satisfactory. Words fail to express regular menstruation the entire i That of treating the diseased organ. ; and Victoria Ueer.Everythin T- : ..::;. '-
shjitly before 4 o'clock a most destine-
s my gratitude for the suffering that system relieved of the terrible wasting best doctors in the land make this

r 1. is now saved; me. I am la fine health, drains. The ligaments which hold the I the fire occurred in the heart of the mistake. Why should they ? It {is so

1 L !1 physically and mentally. I can only say womb in place are strengthened by a 1 business section of the city, cntailiaj to see that the trouble is not there. for Buffet }
/ your or
'. thank you', but there! is much more in flow and that is returned a loss of fully $500.000. more than half The Aristocrat amen---
for healthy! organ Catllpiu Outfit cm bs procuredfrom
t my heart you. to its normal position. Returning of the block bounded by Marietta : KodolCares us., i the Whiskies of the DID
BARING-DOWN the
tr 1 pains: are hpalth is the result. This is what i Croad. Peachtree streets and the railload -

B worst that women know. If.Wine of Cardui has done for thousands tracks, being burned. ,| School. Without a PIEDaunheisser ;-
are sufTerini;from this trouble I
TOU you need nut be uncertain of the best women in America. Amung the buildings burned was j! Jug Trade a Specialty. : "Ir ... ,! -ht.

t1 ; about it. tie pains in the abdomen If you need advice write The Ladies' the handsome Xorcross ofilce: building: ,

t ( q t and back that f.>el as if heavy weights Advisory Department. The Chattanooga -.Hand! : at about $100,000VIliams'\ ; : .' COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED

4 t rd k were polling down on the nerves of the Medicine Company,Chattanooga, In"ist. Si.uuk & Austin furniture store. This famous remedy puts the stomach I i, and Promptly Shipped.! Bros
s3 stomach "bearing-down pains". digestive in a healthy I
P are Tena. describing all symptoms tl'; organs I
your
1 :.ir.v.tw: clothing store: and Jacobs:
They may not be particularly severe at I'd, letter (that rich, red blood is sent coursing
free a of advice will la I
f 'f present but they are prowin : worse. A'a'uacy: !', the veins and arteries of every muscle, Main H,iase-101; S. Palafoz: street ,
1' "tr That: Leadache which nearly drives you sent you. Secure aI.OObottleofWine TN tvp started in the basement and fiber throughout; every organ of the oriole! ::; J'"I
b l b the terribleKM of Cardui from druggist to-day. o't.i and Nature's law of R. R. FclautaOppUnion: DOl ot.
i:1: ipf distracted uo\r u caawJ ; your the Stool & Austin Furniture conipa body, by health

: t A IP '.- M'>rc on Peachtree street. Itt..1. !strength and vigor is soon restored to !1 1I P. O. Ban 281. Pensacola, P la -
; i i Kodol cures indigestion, dyspepsia : ., I
er'A million at,3'erin7 Cornea .1'covered! by James R. Jolmool.1'I Phones 11B-2C8. II l

; ,.. Oit i have found relief in a L 1I Wine of CarJui. : saw I Ii j I I have taken Kodol for nearly to | ;

I f', 1 ,i f'I: !;. i" th iy had already spread; to the i ii after each meal and it is the only i
.-- -- -- -- ----- ------- that!
-- -- I i Via.'tirt! restaurant which was in the gave relief from the terrible I I THE CORRECT TIME i ii I
eR'1'r 'endured. After a time I would take it
V -c-l I VI's." Cr. I. N. Rice Dead. same block. i &P6TL
,I i once a day and now while I keep a i C., E'
".". .' i \ .- uiiM-i: JIM'. : rur hours the firemen doggedly! J j i T"PURCHASE iI
< : : >: 1. tir1 i .t --Dr. J. X. Rice, : handy I seldom need it, as it has cured I ,

,. v x 1 In) < n i .. .j i '.,;till a i .i-li 1 ; -/ i. p.: ,.ht! t 'ff! tn., K.urhule! Coal comJ J I,. fought the flames with all the bravely: j i ]MRS. J. W. COOLBAUGH, Milo Center, YOURChristmas i ii 14 East GsKiiunt :'

; t.s.; ul $1''..i1"<' with: the purl) ;,,' olb. : JIIlIY. tied! at hia! honiu her today ofMart I and persistence of heroes, but the fire .1 I I Kodol Digests What You Eat.Bottles i! ;

s r r' ; th> sat of the ::anl'(:' on them. The block bouad-d I
"i r IIlntal: wells! i ii' trojIr! < Dr. liic was a !. Formerly Cordova Rpfiut iI !
;; I t''' t prom only $1.00 Size holding! 2% times the
+ j i:s place The works will! l hI' lo- : r. Tt !ind< i-tni'pnt( operator and took a by Marietta Peachtre and Broad i size which sells far 50 cents. GiftsWe !I One car-load of Pincupj Jl n r

t f I rated ia Eirrain! : ham.: Work on the I conspicuous part in the present, arbi- streets and the railroad tracts was 'Prepared by E. C. DeWITT CO., to 2.00 per dozen

I I plant will: be ooi :menoej at once, and i! tration proceedings. nlniost entirely dtstroyed. J -- --' -- -'- ---- --
ksll' 'i 12( i John Kheppard.Hanria'; i I II
will be pushed through as rapidly as As soon as Chief Joyner reached: the : t KidnevKann.Deep: i

$ 4 1 : possible to completion. York Splits" I Given Death Penalty. scene the general alarm was turned have time to show you our I ti>=GOLA=c.

N6a will he the output. The officers of I n. j I Sea Stock of Goods be-
Le\ir.Kton. Jay, D('('. 9.-Clauda I reeling Complete now !!
b x t Hi;'; the company are: President. J.V.. I, O'Brien was given the death penalty Every available engine and ladder ) Tomdix::-Did ;you ever cross for the Greatest Rush, ison us. The Grist and Corn Meal' Mills

# k i) Hood, secretary and treasurer. C. A. today for the munier of A, B. Chinn was brought to the scene. 'ocean? selection i. complete. We cannot: I

t f Aver.t. Directors James Weatherly.R. a piominent merchant here last Octo, Five engines and eight: ladders were Ilojas-Yes; once.Touulix and tell you all we have ; you must come |J H. F. GOHZMEZ( 4 CO., Prop i,

i ', It. Th :'h. J.V.. Hoivl, George H. soon in action and 20 -What were! your feelings see. I
ber. His streams
accomplice Earl Whitney, were We would like to call particular Manufacturers
!' Harris! and C. A. Agent I Hojax-Oh, same" as usual. I
suffered a similar fate last w eek. Theyhtlle.I FOOD playing on the conflagration. attention to our lines of CHOICE MEAL .AM ITKKGUOI :>D
t E the j'artl1.-KJnls: City '
i Chinn while burglarizing his Five minutes after the first engine | '- STOCK FEEl).

'. Coal and Oil Lands. tome. arrived the: flames reached the stores POCKET BOOKS, latroalie Home Industry, in'i i
j r ntrminh'lam, Ala., Otv, S.-The announceraent I ef inflammable furniture in the I Try Gunther's Candies every reason you should buy v,> ir M"n td
jt upper Stock Feed from the Home Miti nfgcn T
,1 &'I is made that IVnnsjlvania; Seaboard Increases Wages. ran of the Snook & Austin building. Solomon's.SEND OPERA CLASSES, for by so doing yon enooursi' !'n,'m.a :i-
t + p partis will be In Kirrainghamiith i I try. Yoor money Is IffllU tand I m-i ;
I'
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 9.-Orders They burned l like tinder and in spite ; .
havebeen In '
torn
: I you are tndirxc'.y dIE
;
In the next few days looking to YOUR ORDERS MEERSCHAUM PIPES .
an externhe received! here giving the information of the efforts of the firemen the roof ;: I tottering the borne mac.; 'a .. r;
4'f' pun-has of coal anti oil lands contribute to the cans' "f .> wit ,
i that the Seaboard Air Line Railway fell in with a loud crash shortly I before 1 AND i to community In "... \ v i, a
and the of
forming furnace .
,,4 t ; a company company will begin paying 5 o'clock.At j I to Pearl & Polive for carpenter: I which ooctrtbutettorru--'i'
; t? ..f niagr.ltudc.: I oral yarn!('' who areI ( operators I electrical work. I
work II!
t'' dt.i ( interested and agents an increase of from : a quarter past 5 o'clock the south J Repair NOVELTIES I IN: GOLD AND SILVER. I -
say: that these gentlemen ; "pPl'i>tIt)'.
I in to 15 cent over their I wall of the Gurantee clothing store i
? per present
t # w'll:!
1 l-e here
r text week, and make ath.nougb Let "h..w them '
i Inn scale! of w ge3. building fell with a terrible crash I us to you. Herring Bros.( ,
ff stiption into the matter I
y 1yl' railroad \()I1t'1.; '! 0 I-'ILK f'UUM: .
across the track. The
will Kkl uo bir cry I
.1 ar. aln.ss.= It is rei PETER LINDENSTRUTH lOCI.iI\i' .
'; } pelted that the oiri-tion of a new fur- was raised that three firemen had perished I 'In for th"tin-Southern('1rl'ult! Court UiTslatnilurorh of the t'mted "''"i'I I ,

i b t 41 nao is proposed by the piospedive, j} Kirty Year Torture i in the ruins but upon investigation -j I Distrifl Alabama.frrul. lib 'lur'llafox' Street. i have speciilly l'-! .\
.1 i i this was found to be untrue. ). Ho e-tals: I .. : | for the removal
i t victors; and not the purchase any i iAV'ir.st To be relieved from torturing dii I \ >. !
f:'-, t! 'r r, 1 of the old Or.1'8. | A scene of the greatest excitement Contin-ntnl Security It,- : No' ''"" -:',11 alcER'siteDALSAMI !! from the city liiii : -
na.ary i ease: after forty years'; torture mightwell Will remove dead
i I I umpllnY'I't nl i
r I1 enacted | dempuun >.I)
j was at the Williams house j ji FtAl1
1 IXJ. Dollar
j eal"Addrp
8 ; The i'm Jot cnue the gratitude of any one. jI i : 1. when the fire was raging; in that I i'j 'Co nil whom may concern : a r"rrrea!'ro: sir. aid a lururn.nt Uulilia,the ro.h.tNv.ver ;;.;; HF.HL1-: ,-

'I C' ; :\fulritniegar's .p.iudlx ha pr'tie. !i That i is what DeVitt'sVltch Hazel j j block. Firemen rushed through the RliU Notice by vlrtueof j Mhereby: na im-cn<'rrt-K that filed in ahd .. IZLJ5 r-Ati -'.e.44 r Hair to F its ils to Youthful Ilfstora Color.any I orlpavporder.; I I.I.One

) .t f! ,,"f Kod i )1 I, the newdkeovervwlch! II Salve did fur C. Haney Geneva, 0. ;house, cooing under their weight of i j I ofSurembrrl.rl.aa in Hit above entitled! caUhrt persons on tux claitnini|I.b J CUIIF w'P flivawf It hair ta_ibj. lay; East I ut. :L I iI

it .1 I i- utrkinrSmany: ; sick pt'.>pl<> well He says : "DeWitfs Witch Hazel hose j and shouting orders and giving. intrrv iu the funds In court in lure _____ ___ __n __ __I
E4. '1 id week people strou? by dief9"tin; j a general alarm. cause, must \! their claims properly "
,1 what they eat, by tleansju, !aida .Salve: cared me of piles after I had I i' dedwill un'IfrsiRiml! "dClrrknndhp" '
I The inmates I Mater;: before MurcU 1st, t.. .
rushed from
a deepsleep j I. ir
t it sWHetPiiin! ths ; trin"fi>rniin;; their food into the !! burns, wounds, skia diseases. Ue-i'' into a sudden panic, poured into I bnrrtd from participation in the dl> F" rsl ,

kiwi flC pur, rich, red bl-,od that I i the! streets, wild with fear lion of the funds In this crime.Tile ri
l j ware of counterfeits. Hari! ;; Yhar- per6on, t-ntitlrd t,> distriliulion :
I t; 4't:41: mikt you feel g "d all over. Mr*. j The Kimball house was next" der said decree are all persons who :1 BDQT AND SHDE MAKER
I e 'q Cranfill, of Troy, I. T., writ.* : For | rnacy, John Sheppard. Sidney Kahn.Foley's j j (thought: to be In danger and Chief pi id into CantlneitalSeruntg!; Utd>'. ,
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I r e.t' .
Southern |i 'bentur
? Company "
numb
a r of.. years I,1.; trouble.! i j Jojner dispatched a dozen firemen to lion l' >inp.iny.: hirl1llo/thlulllh'b..ntnr... f; .L ft REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
F with inilij -iti.iii ant: dv-p'-p-ij ,j fiony and Tar \ \ demptiou oinpany.. ( olumbla \ ,
r ; which trri-w auto the went f irai.Finilly : | tie; roof to flgfct the shower of J1arkswhirh in-nt ('ompanyallonal )" t Wh-l-->ale nud Retail L ..tiler in Shun L"utlicl and Hurt",
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...: ,;
colds. pneumonia. .. .
I wn iuilucw.1 to U i 5 \ tiou Trust 1'ompxn)'. corporations ] '1'11011611. UOTMU rn V.UI'OTHm'T..
x' c ; ti nidafter! uiur four h ttlb perltt torrents.
{ : : : I am cur I MVAb tlTUllt:51".lttl.k1: domiciles. are $ ; l +F rjly curpl!. I hetrtilvrxrruluter.I I I The flakes of fire were falling as In this cause. mum'y for the purcliase 1 ,

f'd'T t + ,1.11 l to llnllfrfrom ipdi.rtion! ; te1nrre.d. Dally\ for 'It1frI'P II j I large as hen eggs and it was only with porutiont.1'eh-niure and Oondt"uunlMy of instllment ary of nnld

!J dy-"p-ia.| : "'.Ik" a d.,-.p after L'niolX.wa! I :.rrcb (':,1, the greatest effort the <>n, and these tran'fereelvbo held :; tmEL M
of
Jt .":II;;. It r'l!{est-j whit you eat. on part the "wtwurb"Lra valid and legal ,' EC rArery
t ;i / + {. 1 alfollt.Ii firemen that it was prevented from igniting tion.I .
!4 : < r tr H htrulary. J. !!-u *iepard: : ,
t'c'uey Ivittnt.O.SL w _.. ,_....._.. $I is Ii ..--. .-. --.. n ,,;, I j |the It lunu is further of snid reiinired claim shall l>y sold show d.-crt-e:-t. 1 .MTCESSOK TO AVERY I WOOLrOI.K '

I H''i': .-.-- _hh_ ...m I Gi The estimated: actual losses caused '{1 !amount of money paid into I hI: .. \ I IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
'y .. I Ilirlrudantbyth5clamaut:9ud.' """
G 10n.JA.: .. .. I M
'
the fire
1 t i iBur. -- by are as follows: i the ll..f..ud.tnt ..
; + r ii .tie i'e n'1 ha H8 d'AdiS' J!!!, !V.L-------- ......._. II.L i E..._.. m.._ _m. 1 5thn T Viaduct restaurant $:,000 lot I id paMiit-nta! were orpoiiition made, and if to.a!" p
: _... ... .._.._.._ 2 ;13 D... _."mmm 1 W ; the |I ]meet Mrre made to the l'uatin>-iital( ARDSTABE.
t Estro /f/ :: Etcck and fixtures of Hammack's pharj j runty itedemption Company, w h.ti -r
: I ..... .. .. ....__ 2b Ckhelow------ ,
? were nixde'al the binds issued
; _. .: I! .P/sTaTnaPN:1N ai -50 '.. teary $2f ,O/1O/ ; the stock and! fixtures) by the'
ci. a \ ttilitiiieiitnl "Securnv Keileiipm I "
; of Jaccbs' pharmacy, $ ti.OO'the: ; !i''ny or on the bonds Issued" other .. Iron, NaiN. AXP-, Hhovf' I U, Saw Mill and Hteamtx.-u!

A : 1 ., If you war. a nice prtsrlt to give t stork and fixtures of the Hub 'dant Corporations; .Id. The number !Supplint'i'Okiii:? and Heating! Stoves, Paint, Oil-
.1 haberdashery tioiuU held l the ,,'!
>v claimiiit a him \\ Glass, Guu=, Pi-toU aud Fi-hins; Tackle.end.w .
nafrU-cJ.go:: .uid K-ok through the Medic:.. Society. \.ttf'ntluJ, $ 5J'hO' ; the furniture stock I :by hat 1I..a'n. tne clHlmant olxainol
,
N ( lean: line of ?uitibe! article at !I I ( here will be of Snook & Austin. $ li'.no<1 ; the stock st boUtI.lIl'tll..r Igunrurltb.aaorulnal what amouut purcha-er of or! I II l| Agate and Tinware and Ufu'ernrIlishing U"i N.
a regular meeting
h' J. I. ; find and fixtures of the I If any did the claimant borrow from x'! I!
ritephens, '.IUa rely rae i :n6 PensacoU Medical Hocibty at Guarantee clothing the defendant corporations under the c SyAOEXK! BIRMINGHAM HOLI.IOIILJ.. COM: "d
I' I
i 1 e )!!1ethin; to plea; :;;1 you. If vouj! :!he Board of Health o rlc 'it t store, $4i( ,,'ii : the stock! ard fixtures ditlous printed ou Iud bubd+, :Alb. If Revere Giant: Stitched Belting; Northampton Et" '

tj ht- ; b-i want cute nuythiui to t."e hit'i: ni the bafora Diauoud you bay.line > clock p.m. Tuesday lice 3. I of IToIIis' saloon, $20,00f( ; the of chin the tguitr mu-te by of an the assignee uriRinnl or ""' !I' V/tin-1 1 C'I., Liftm & Ilind Powder Co.. Johnson'- '

'h ., r I. -__ __-__ n_ ]| Visitinphyssciand are cordially I stork and fixtures of Daniel Pros.: hah- stale the consideration for Iud a, j "iinntie, Ir"u Kin? and Buck Stoves and Range Wn
.. j i nvited toattena.. I Edajhery. $501fl; plate glass windows: or tranfertogethrrwnhbe: dat.bps !I C"tip- & urv, -
The clerk will furnish to claimant !
!
)4 p Tlimi.i.. .i '-i I : "-. 'l:: -j, DR.W. C. DKWBERY, doors, cornices and faeincs of entire torsopreseribetiby the: master under Made Rttlroad Colors.
i
# ,' '. ',' President decree on application.
, Kill tl' .t- i DR. L. DE t. B LOCKER, rth sld" of Peters office building, It Is further provided in seed decree Masonic Temple @ Pmls( 1.Cla. FI;
.4 :! i .:I- ... .'p! .
r.'i1 .) claimants tooaid f'indsball tile :
'1l2:; tf S.crt'tllfY. $SJ''' ; Wrstvicw Floral company,, :
the l Ierg of this '; with .
ourt '
"I i i': : 1 ll-i: .1 | "
; lwn | --- $:0n; 1I1l hfC'Clf.'lIanel's: haber- the bond or bond un which said I
aw # ,!: t.i i i. ' I' !I-.f:. 'Ul: ivi I | if UKnie ivm.hra r I b".I'L1I\ndliny written instrument or ..
dash' S5iho; Union The Star
r !nil'\ than: ;;v i I.6, i.:,.. tel t<, ] It every iiunpii; copy of the Ribleweredrsttocd : ry ; Pacific railroad fer: under which he may claim, and Laundry
oSi .\ ?2ftft l ; Eiseman & Weil, clothiers claim will be received except claims ,
; uM: it h,' !
i"--'R, t I'iacU:: w' ;> i.ot co..!!'!' :" I it:iititti I'l.ii'U jliuMxS j \\i> pusnilileofroprm'tictiiiij ia bald presoridecl form and
t
.tl.a).
- i ''bh \\1'1'! \viirn "\ i r nil "t1th! : :;:: In l>y ininistu.s! theolc' ;;!ian} I $1 by said booth and written !: Busiest Best II I
The I Less the transfer. Biggest
on buildings: burned i is
l nthcrii?
f .\!'nsill1; the i tIII"rn: a cofoi is a ml j! an> Dated the!11 November.:"':. ,
t dish l.roni IL! III 'luiki-y it i i" iuU-t. a I The rolMiUlitr i< that it would even ('sUm'w/ follows! : t.HAa.J. ALLISON

t !r, t-olur 'II.M'! 'j aliifd! to nsL It N n curious I 1 U. as the question; bUjipoi-cs. all the The Norcros building!! was built at POWFI.I f'I..U'I\U"RS. l1"r I,

r 1 fact UI'lt unto::'; tfc, .1\tI'is vt New I 01'j' kept up by the various: printers a cat of Suit( ilo0; the Williams hOl151"1 bulicitors for Lull.pl :nantsC'JRE

:' ;Zealand! utl !is the hue of wurow. hi ; of J'.iblfs: and Tfstaiuentj. and prays with Jacobs' three stores. $24f 'M ; e l I In'w ';no... .\,. A They Speak

I:1 IxhiKsMTe also ih,,,troyed. In the first the
earlier tiiius mourners daubed th'lrlJliNl stoics en viaduct occupied hyj i '... i
: YO: :
"1 j place, such a vast: nuuibrr of I Snook't '
li with rod Juices when they followed rginnien- Hollis's bar Viaduct restaurant I .' .
i' lMnigHtnran" ( I
ft a chief to his grave: and even tarics have b''I1I puMiMuil in uiiTrrent .Austin the Hub and the Guarantee !! ID crcES lw5urea !fff tJ! cIO<.b.r,e..lnd.'m:I' taelves !

tI'. t the resting: plaws of the bodies were ;, Uniruasri's on various portions cf the I clothing store $15. (tf e. ."Gav.auM.. .'n......iiii irrit&tiona IIf mutant ut "lr.. ... : I } i for e
also colored reel j I'.iblo that \\'oulllIlm.t l .. THEEIA.:CHEUICII Co. ",nl or pQ.ItID'Hla. I
ht.T I Lost Lire 10 rave Pet uog.
c rwoi "truct the Scriptures; from II
-l Sold by ru, the '
W& let Shirti
II JNCihIlATIO
1 1.h New Yor:,. Dec. 9.-While! trying I
# An Cqnal Safrty.An th''in. and rush iK'ticIcncies as xih'll I I U.aa. or lent ia pica ,
i would 1 the life of he* cog, Mrs_ Mar1paiet ly n rha. trrD.vt I. : and CulT' we Launderp- ak
1 be ancitiit to save
tiuppiuil vriiiiiKN\ .
tr : 4' Irish clergyman during: his firstcuracy ) ; \a f< 00. or a bottuxCircuUf :,
found: the ladies of the parish I l m.iinly cot.truMrsulork.s.. which leprmhue I I Uou'a: was instantly kill.d! by j Miit ou 1' I them-elves. They will talk !".I/ .

too helpful. He soou" left the place | the textiry full\. Seiinon. 1 the Chicago express on the Erie rail- I C"C"E.TER'S f.-LS'"- than we can. We want t" bijmi 1

k J; One day thereafter be met hU suc I I huiuthos! and kindred works would aUu I I I real at the River street crossing. Pat1erson. I gJ I more by the work we do d". .

i, ti'S cessor."How. I be of great ussMamv.; and such 11I \,- \. J. The dog had run ahead | !' ,gX axd tlaly b what we say.
1 1i I *
:; -ti! d are you getting! on with the i j fii-ieiicies' us might;; still remain would l and was standing on the track. Mrs j jBoish J.( ('llIIIC, >,n.TF.K l ....' .t...f.Li .

1,1 4 III,}., s?" asked tie escaped curate. certainly be supiihed! from the memo :I : ran forward and, seizing the I s"-%**.. ". l.tw. .., tuia nnt ,ti tr\
'e R of the numbers of Biblical I r'l "* JtnKoB. 7.1r o od:... K ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Called l for and DClifeKl FL"l'
i i ties vast 1
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"Oh. very well, was the answer. I, dog by the coital tried to pull it off PI *!N J IIu--- >-u .lllnUo. .i. |..
r\iJd students who have studied the I t / f li-nm, Ekj "' ,..r II"...... or. : 1 '
: "There's safety iu nuinl>ors." | Scrip I the track. The locomotive struck W jf .... .. :. .'.rllr.Ur.. Tr.l<.... : TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.

t "I found it ia Exodus," was thequic'rwn k i lures iu so many different languages both her and the dog klUiti them i lastantly. 1 1ij\ T* ./L V' ..w r.RtF.r.....IL Inill.U rev Lull"u. t .lm<.,ter...,...'b., l'
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London Ansers. ; .1.0.1
reply. i I y.s't..t"r.. M.JU-. ........ "',"ilL"_ WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.

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'Tv "Flap Jack" 's arousing both wonder and wratn

Poor "Waffles By giving poor "Waffles" a cold shower bath.


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F s it is hard to make them good, and when t-.e; > 'eI

I 1 il' \ The H-O 1 BeralJJ : al.I} Company bad-they're not Waffles. Therein is waste, disappointment\ awl
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THE DAILY NEWS! PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 10 1802. I


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TELEPHONE ASSOCIATION. SOUTHERN FILES MORTGAGE. I'' I
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RHEUMATISMSome
Second National Convention Meets In Rolling Stock of Road To Be Increased 1 f j ;

Chicago. Several Millions i 11 1\

Chicago. Dec. 9.-Nearly 800 delegates Rchmon Va, Dec 9.-Through :: i i it

to the second naticnal convention their! local legal representative, Eppa

Some people hare been suffering of the Interstate Independent Telephone Hunton Jr., the Southern Railway com t ,
CHRONIC
ACUTE ,"
ACU from Rheumatism so long that association assembled this pany has filed! In the city chancery

they can scarcelyj-emember the morning at the Auditorium for the for court an agreement mortgage for II

MUSCULAR, MERCURIAL, time when they were entirely free mal opening of the three days' session J4.141.396 to Blair & Co., bickers, of ., :' 4J\- !

from an ache or pain, and have which will conclude with a banquet on Wall street, New York. The document for Infants and Children. ;

AND long since forgotten the joys of a painless Thursday evening. is to protect this concern for I

ARTICULAR eXistence. They are at the mercy of every Over 3,000 independent telephone exchanges the amount named and a document, Ca!'toria i1* a liarmless substitute; for Captor Oil, Paregoric "
ill wind, and their misery is aggravated similar! Drops and Soothtll'" Syrup.*. It is Pleu.suit. It ,, !
of nine
central states are to the one placed on record In
represented
INFLAMMATORY II}" exposure to cold or sudden changes in contains neither Opium )lorpliinc i.or other NarcoticMilMance. :
the temperature. They become walking and; a total investment of cap this city will be filed in every state It destroys AVprins and allays Fl'H'rbhUt'\s. I

and most accurate in weather predictions ital amounting to 15000000. The through which the road passes, the It cures Diarrlura a.nlVintl Colic. It relieves Teething
the in
increasing
offlf'trrs pains I
!' and foretelling the first business session began at 2 p. m.. court fees and taxes running up into Troubles and cures Constipation regulates tho I
joints approaching storm the of bad '
r,5C or coming Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural lcCl).
the early part of the day being devoted the thousands. Fifty-four engines are
is from these constant sufferers
Jtftber; It that the great army of rheumatic The Children's Janacca-The .Mother's l-'riend. '
r.pP'e5 '* recruited. Their bodies are worn out by the incessant pains and to a reception in the parlors of the to be constnucted' by the Baldwin locomotive -

!g'e v mts become so stiffened and bent hotel and to preliminary! work of the works, while 35 are to be built! The Kind You Have Always Bough

jtthevare at last compelled to give Bowling Green, Ky. convention.The by the American locomotive works.

.p or b iblle about on crutches. Gentlemen:-About a year ago X Intel-state's! association was organized To the Georgia Car and Manufacturing Bears the Signature of

y Jy ever outlived Rheumatism; was attacked by acute rheumatism in a preliminary form in January company of Atlanta, the SouthernCar

*ed-e, ,e never loosens its grip or in my hoalden, arms and legi below of this year, and held its first con and Foundry company of the same

!tOrtS ot its own accord, but must bejjfea the knee. I could not raise my arm vention In April. It represents all Independent place; the American Car Foundry company
to comb
hair.
my Doctors prescribed
f :t by intelligent and persist- for me for over two months without telephone associations In Illinois and the Mount Vernon Car company

Ott treatment through the blood, for giving me any relief. I saw S. S. s.r.aJtlsmofe'ery"anetyandrorm Wisconsin, Minnesota, Ohio, Indiana the contract for the constructionof $

; advertised and decided to try it. Missouri! and Kentucky. An 2.5CO; gondola drop botton cars, with 0 ,,
xrd! hv an over acid condition of Immediately I commenced its use I elaborate collection of telephone ap and 80,000 capacity, has been award In Use For Over 30 Years. '

t.b I andthedepositinmuscleS, felt better, and remarked to my paratus and electrical devices Is on ed. me eralua eer..a'. 'U MU.......T....,. ..CWree. aav
;v, nerves of corrosive poisons mother that I was glad I had at last -
\1 exhibition in the hotel. The contract for the erction of 500
j.j: particles, and it is these found some relief. I continued its .
f -- --
::.,tilt: ;- substances that produce the UBe and am entirely well. I will Plenty of Thought. I ventilate box cars has been let to the -
always feel deeply interested in Mount Vernon Car while to
the
on, swelling and pains, "Auntie," said the judge to the battered company
olt: success of S. S. S. since it did me so I the Rogers Convertible Ballast Car ::; 1 tf. B. WRIGHT GOfflPflfiY
,;; as long as the blood remains much good. Yours truly, lady of color, "did your husband .
+ (lr and acid state.Rheumatism MRS. ALICE EORTON. strike you with malice aforethought?" company has been given the job of r I l

permanently 311 Twelfth Street. 'I 'U!l'll he didn't, jedge," was the indignant turning out 196 convertible ballast F MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN s{

?t must; be purified and invigno reply. "111" didn't hit me wid cars and four distributing cars. I --.1 ,

"> other remedy does this so well or so promptly as S. S. S. It that mallet afore lie thought. He'd 'V'r-.. f' LUMBER LATHS :

nd restores to the thin acid blood its nourishing and health-susG been fixgerin': on dot er long time, r

:: 'p:rtles. And when strong: rich blood is again circulating through: I ji'dge; ; Meed he had."-IJaltiuiore News. ,I Jttidgin. 's, tlie Best far oc.yZ&Z I ; I I I ft:."

!s e acid poisons and irritating matter are washed out of the muscles uJJ SAWED CYPBESS 3flING1E8..llinDriEl8a1!I !

and joints and the pains at once cease ... ..t=.: I..
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and Rheumatism is a thing of the I ..-''baC.'' .. ;.';':;; ]?:.t... u M;:,;:,Hp.,<.->..'/.ehTM:-: ,,-- --"+',:.'1,...-.1"-...T.:4; soy: I w- .<> 'r.+,-.-a.;u.TM:v:,...',',,:.. .:>-I --;; ,:.;=,- PKN ACOLA. FLA.COALAWWWD,
S. S. S. is
past. a purely vegetable -
medicine and does not derange the I' ;

stomach remedies but like builds the strong up the mineral general 'IfN ---1 i ,


tones health up, increases the digestion.the appetite and COLDRIWG L I 1 WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA noER TRADF ,

Through our Medical Department I THIS WINTER THAN EVE' fEFIRK .!

ter d despondent Rheumatic sufferer will receive helpful advice ;I iel'LARGEST1 '

t, Ln: of experience and skill without charge. Write us fully about S END US YOUR ORDERS NOW. .

1, : THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. $ .
I J .J Thompson Olsen t Co. 'I,

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FEEDING THE ANIMALS. Manresa Street, Tele f hone 147.

Curse _u_ ,_,_ _
How Someild ('8I>1h... ,\rl \\Lcn
.1 ESTABLISHED 1862.
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Mealtime .trrlteM.An DEALER--I -

or animal ;s almost as demonstrativewhen liQUOR
he is hungry as when Le Is in a McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,

ra ;*-'. They are lx,tu uitural feelings.and f ________ ____-____________________________, .q. D -DEALERS 11'1- e
he MI-S no rea-o'i for disguisingthem. .... -.,. .
DRINK Human beings; who are affectedin ..
7. ft' and General Hardmare
Ship Chandlery
the F.I me way as animals by hungir; .+ ,
pay tribute to fixilUatimi by not letting IN WEST FLORIDA.
80S AND 805 $. PALAr-OX 8THEET.
"I'! in this appear.t an animal show
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in thicity the wild oi-uipniits of the I -- AGENOY--

MITE' RIBBON REMEDY. cages; get' Mry wild xx-heii the hour REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEELING'.S HONK CO.'h

,'I I", q'ru n ill glum of coi.ies for them to be fed. A truck LOWEST PRICE WHISKY HOUSE t'fq GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUftJEL! & SON'S: PCMPH.

I. vt'. ixotrttdyt.eueurrordratn. liden: with meat and xeget.ililes is
Cyan Cirds3 Pslits, Oils, Iiti2l les'rnses!*, nuts, ht an, IhlsiOOMPAHHtS.
I' y wheeled arou'ij. Lon: iM'fi.iv gets to Ya
< :li'i>hullC Stimuli' ,. FTC
tht iraui* the Ii n>i act as if besidetheiiivlxes
"' ."'''ml 11 a irinktr con tinned or over tl.e maddening prosItel F .IN PENSACOUL.REMEMBER C. McKenzie Oertinsj Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot Benevolent Asso I
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;'.1 i HM line ti> hitvf:! ciatiori. '
fold. The small
after of eages; are very i -- er4i ( _
IaeIre Using W
and lion and Jj'itiess will often Iwin
I ,., '. .. ...Fv.. <\or T.Wo-t.r.'Ic1..nt "'.\1 jet('. They a tear from one bide tr> the THIS THE GARDEN SECTION .,

i r l"n Ion \Vn- I tinve tested i.f the lioness rather than make a "lon

:>.very r been obstinate many. ger nip around." TLouuh:: they ought Ian i We give you the Best Whisky, tietter Whisky, t II IIJ oopoPensacola

"1:1"1\11"H8 BiVnii and in-te- tn hale leariuil that each will get a 1 Better Measure, Better Service and Better Tl 1 Florida.
both for the great ,
share they plunge
!)1"lI1h..r.ol' ment all the way through than house in --- -- '
hind an T mi>- chunk of me-it Once they get it they t1 1 any llt-I .

in our tfmp-r- sat it with; a c-eitain intensity but deLiu 'ili line of business has given or can give. We w I I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. ;

:, '1. Trial packager ; I I 'ration. working for a a principal-the principal of honesty J:a I I Ij
'.! -, A. M Townsend Iforlear The hp'u;}'!. "Inlanders" of the nnl- 1. ,j
0 t r.11fl[ of a woman's Christ- mal realm' are horribly preetly and ;; in the Whisky Business, and we go to 6:1'j Beautiful Lots for Sale.

I ."' 'Jro'P Union', 218 Tremont will steal I from each (\tllt'r'I'rJ : treme in carrying out our idea. You can ev'I a=
St E j 40x137 feet at from $76 to $200 each accord-
.l1: ', Slay --W l "
in ivnsavoltt bye ",muh,. ,
The the
haiice they get. apes will shade the
I'j'ufjx! st : pend on it that you always get a ing to location and
surroundings.
i.f animal kind are rather fastidious ifgreedj.
--- t best of dealings you may have with ld. i
'. The ostrich large; robust bird any I' --- -- -

t: "' ,. n In I.umh In ( hlua.i.i that it I Is. \\iiitx It. food with miuh 1 1 ring. Every order and everything pertaining : Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful VieiCi

l. of the Nurtli China stolidity and when it gels Its head of f.t to the execution of your commands will be personally High, Dry Fertile Lands. t

1 111ItHMlLlUlill: ; UlMll cabbage peekat It in a most con- i, fi looked after. t
tain.il. ladylike: : fa.-hion. The stoi<-al f a : t
>u little \\eMern writfM : The grandest opportunity for investment ever
elephant: is a placid eater aNa-Xexv F't I
I'11 'hinpMVlio: has f;?rf cffered in Pensacola.
York Times. i ,
i',il rt-ji.ioeil OITi l.lIlUi\ H Whiskies in Barrelsi I I ,
I Liquors in Cases. --- --- -
I pun Roust: l'K'i'it It is ,
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> I +- Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
> \' oho bas tlj"lallc'l! I r a 1'l'rGsl ,
Per Bottle --
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i :.null's f.iK'inatin story g 4 I F fs:; Old 1Varyer.l 5()
ll'Ill life. Ill the | c- I ,:i Pond Lily. .... . .. .. 2 W Lily... .. ..... .. . .$ fit 0 ':I : A. '7.Clubbs
I'lihiow -pn-; Thla sij ia..ure li oa every box of the genuine I !3 Old Crow X. . . ... .. :273 Gin ... ... .... .. .. .... &l, 4I1a" I
I n--tnt r year I Laxative liromo'QuinineTawetj ;ra Old CrowXX.. . . :3IIU( Hermitage .. .. .. .. .. . 75 I.. I
-'I a busy market Aill.ii! ;'; the remedy that cold I i j d i' HermiUKP: .... . .. 3 <011 Old Crow ..... ..... .. . 75 r,}" Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. : M j
cares a in one day.
"I.! kept many IIIg5 i;; In (: Old Danville Pure Kye. .. 3 M: ) Goldrill 'zJ No.3.... .. .. ... 100 :; I -r

"i the night a hire broke I, '>; Atterton, Four Year Old. 3 50Attprton H. H. Rollins! .... .. . ItM) '< I ,
''i"iiKct Mlhuian.l tieMI t; Nix Year Old Old Log Cabin. .... .. .. I (10 ( F. C. BRENT, WM. H KNOWLKH, W. K, Evp.a, JR., J. M, REEKS: j \

\ !.,.I"! pla(4.\( ,> tiny\ had: LODGE DIHECTUHYI I ;,'e I 10s::! Proof .... ..... .. 4 00 Anderson Club...... .. I (,II) I ti. President. Vice-Pi si but Illtot of 111.- i pis i had fr>lAt oldrln ':i. o.3. Fine n 'e 4 1M) Globe (tin.... .. .. ... .... I (lx) 7 ; 'hI'T 1 1tl j i "

-1. .1, r.p|n"cuilly 11 i..v.i,,.) fat I 1;. H. 4 I.) Gin Pno-phate.. .. .. .. .. 1110( ; TiS I
< '.1"i UiKiNt '; "; Iurllill I KNIGHTS OF PYTHLlftVn iF1 I Florid* Club. .. .. . 5 u) I Kuchu Gin. ..... .... .. I 2a \l I nO., I I 'I
I I..t1'd1'S! jI ;: :: i "\ Peter Cooper .. .. .. . 15 tat: ) W.lson; Whisky ... .... 1 20: ?1 1.1asihtIOlti
I f
,I. "i '11",ill.. I remarked Mor.v iii the n-.il Lit?: I ( aeoU [,AXJP; N-). 3. K. ofi*. ::J Yellow Label ... .. ti "Itt> Paul Jones... .. ...... .. 15 I .!. !. i
.nun* 't Muinin's: Extra n 'e.... ti ltI Parker Rye .. .... .. . .. 1 25 I : t
,1.1\ Loll ;| "III"llIli.1| meal .o: : h' i ll.n-r U.IJs. To Inc' Mil l j IQ the Bloont V/BIID; .. .. .... .... ... .. :! 1M) yell.wl.'lbpl.. .. .. .. .. .. 150 # I or ESACOLA., n,1! I tXIR21GTORIAIs
1.., I... I 'I 1 M .l..!k.ll with| .1.-:11'! KaPHaj third noor. IF'I { Oldviog Corn Whi=ky. .. 4 cu :Murray Hill Club.... .. .. I 00 I -- -- I

t Sph II,I d! 1I1t'.I!' Uh.i M.i.iM IIi ; ,1. .* %wehOD.d isltluu brethren lordltll; : I y: :MoimealMrflt: B\"e..J. oollolhnd Green River. .. .. .. .. I So \ ,
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i ,-nki-i.-.-. snukylulf"!, 'I llic I .."+- II. A. LFI!:. WM. H. KNOWL.K3: W. A. BLOCNT F. r. iiKENT. N. "i HYEB. JI
I ." It tilt i ':Inn: .inian :l1o\"lilkl| l\ I"., I V' H. HOP.HLKS: uK..1LAS. l 1 l!:11 (.INS I DIPOHTIU WIXIS.r : ,I II D. O. BRENT 1r
Per (;xl 1 1
IIUIy' noaol |lurk: All Hut ui.i,;- I .. .. ... .... .. ..t- I" I FrledrtekKroteDurkbeimer.e c: I I'I
t p:I'Uivaii ili' cnptji'ii <'slut I ,:ae; Imperial fine: .. .. .. 300Imported I Friedrlok Krote Ijiubeiihelnier. :

III'i the arll.one a wind lie: I vri.Dialed'klm I ,.oxeri :' R HEW STORE 1 NEW GOODS I )c:, ..WIN.. ..IN... .. ..100 'I Krii'drlok Krole Krotrt--Korster.Krtitlrick Uockbelnier.Kriedrlck l.o' I'I Ii r rmt! n ad mv U l&mi&l B A m lil! ; : :

i w 1 lien a lioy ami i Krote SlHrtPlneriloHckCunlittc r"
;:rexxox- 4e'
I" :; 11:1Dt L'GS PtrOnl I Dob-onB l'-p..Portct Caoet. ,;i iI II ,
; a-t ry1'lIt t'lmu niie p.ija.1; Tort Dnrc-tic.1
I I tip 1 J\) ,I Cunllire Hobson Co.M:" Julian VV-We draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, /relatfl i
\ow: t.1 find the whole .. Port Cilifornu... .. .. 151) I
III ':Utll'I':" Port Imported... .... .. 4 IK) AuUrtoDeMullerFort. ?1Aid. : Germany France: Austria, Italy, UoUr.ad, Hprln, Belgium Russia, KOI !
:
A Co., 1'uncb. '
; hherry; Wine, Dome-tic. Ii'll> Bagge Military way.Rweden. Denmark and other Enropean: cotntrfes.:
I I6s9TVeaaela
11 "ii III Hake Munimlm.i. White's I' :-;h..rrXX. .. .... .. ... 1 50Sherry. Hootli. Uablgrcn Curare Hun'ch.J .N I
i. < ,viiMJ foreign jour- Pharmacy. Imported .. .. .. 4 00Angelica ules lleralen&aHcute sauternes, Disbursed upon the iot la.'fl\rable Term, &u,1hell i

,,. i-"I,i- >lit'iill l nut ke p their ill .... .. .. ..... 2 00 All these Goods Topaz are Sherry Imported, and I: f I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of aptiratioo Ten cr Flfw-on Daji I lii i

,, > ur.li them after tleatli. TH undersigned has opened a I".r I Claret Catawh'1... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 60 50 are In Original Glass Packages. l-.t: !,' titer Vessel Arrives there.
I..MIX "-0111'f.)' easily l'tv Drug IJusin1-.* in the Hen-haw MULE AGENT : WT'Safaty BopoRltBoxee for Rent in Connection

1 l lh" aiii-uut L'::yiitlaiK itt building 106 South Palafnx street, Ftl KU.M.: Privn '
with whioh we have m oartnient for the T7ta
\', I- \IK'ns at tli. art. and 4 1'PriRl Louis Bote( Champag ES. ? !
with full line of Fre
a h Drug*, Perfumes ( _
.' Rum .... .. .. ... .. .. ..$2 tJO n4'Rnr1fstr .
,\ .i M.III-; lor hit ir itiuuih I In fact I keep everything in the
>xthe.x. did! die xxork. i Soaps and such other article : I have many mon brandtoo LIquor Line. f.'i '
I a< are a*billy kept in an up-to-date =' numerous to mention. q

".-.rdIe I'l.iuvl.alciuu in .1 ,""iltrhkh!and \xliicU( Drug uine..a.We |:'{ lltt.tNlll:1. .im\NCH HOt'S": ; iTarragoaa4reetOpp. '.0; WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE a l'

'.", respectfully solicit a share of ,_ +
Per Union
i' !- Ill!:""'"" and after rev Gal Depot ..StI Writ td y fr are MMfrtii +
the public patronage: promising to '4 Brandy, X.$2 uo Phone es.Palafox + .i h a'' **.1:, iMmtol '11..1"*ru* RFAD 1RE1.krTERS {
certain time
is .
i-ira takMiiHtl :, Brandy, XX ..... .... pat.r< .bt Ijntl'llul Mr .... .
400 ud
i p.rrrw'
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| for txxintx four i give entire ?ati-faction, both in Street "' Pbone 7DeVHlieriand +, m lam we intre M :auoar I .1 rya
;1 B. B. Brandy. Domestic.. 2 00 I I' I 1 !>n.H1.1'' .?e 10141'> ... I.. ate ,0I t1
:U solution of Miljihato of and Belmont Phone I'4 pur- unvt f>* '
I goods rricps.I .( B. 11. Brandy. Imported f I II t. I I I+ or br, i nt Y.rfum. :A.Ii_OOt '_ -_'wa t it ,
"it iliue\ it is traiiMurini-J P Long Distance Phone M. ,,1101'#IJf .un" IJf the hand
I Ths Prescription Department i i" in formedicinalpurpoes..I00t11 &a t y i
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i 1'III1111.anti/ the numrn charge of our Mr. Walter H. White, : Cognac ...... .. ... .. 10 00 'I p.o. BOX rij.I I ,,r 4mw.t 11_..eandtdi.pnnuumatnlhre.lrk.tn"'''& ''. KIITM, r,I lit IK I. P.n141aket 11.-1..
lends ,.. 0.41 J'1a. -uhILI| pr.wma To.'r"
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who will try his utmost to please all Pi a C' G: tkea.eldwItOwf.oNva... buiof.., apir.ve
.slut. it otC "': > a Wl'lw e Inamrr -' A
in a place who favor him with their orders ti I am proprietor of three of the L rsjet Saloons in PeD*a'ola. t': '' toy v\ tint a Iwant'fn1:.yai.. rttM .. AIP !

may Fla., Vholile and Retail l. therefore I c to compete with any",. ,B..vO4t'!, mach"ttru' -r.tini\\ ea,]'",M/MoTf1 clt' I.'*..".,"f.'....IIM k.rt'II.*,1'1" $
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Asour.tock is ., .
1..STOn.J.A. entirely new home in thi..l'ine in the state By sending a trial: order it will Iir: t a a 'rT",'" .' p' .004 .hti aad IIn1A I/.u 1"1.,,". I .101. 1" .
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8,7 la K 1d YCJ H1I9 PLI3TS 1 and fresh, we solicit a trial order convince you that my style of dom biuin""s will always please. }t wi ; It <' "-nit, L 1.1 CJ-\\\ h.lAooe' I.'',artun'Vjli,,,,,",':...ar. v'" ...,'tr KMI Marl: ,' .iftmd tiEL.tra j t I
@ -/7 3Dq1I7 IS f All orders must be accompanied by P. O. Express Monev Order. Lcti. !( til.EE n 1..llftIIIl"'''. '''I ft. '.q.1? ,', 'i iMt
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other's Candies at i, Day Xo. Is). PHONES:Night!: No. 440 i + Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer:: :OLORIDA.Jlf: I Io SALVONA SOAP CO., Second & Locust Sts., ST. LOUR MO. i 131r
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1901


......'............". ... --:-.' -. '' .'''. '' .; ... p1"' .. .. FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY- -
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: Enormous Demand. :' YT.411i'! 'f.+. .'. ;U.. .. --_.., -'... --'=.' ..t..., .f. :t.--= l.4I' .
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Ii. CITY K3= OFFICIALSMARSHAL } I LUCK"The Baling enormous Powder Demand is alone for "GOOD attributable i i fl HOLIDAY eAt J; LET YOUR


of Intrinsic Merit at
to the possession i

.... CREDlllE SUSPEnDS a Just and-Equitable Price. It's Purity,, i :m'.DISPLAY Eel: : $ PRESENTS

and General Lxcel I
f UiiLTON High Leavening Power ,
> FRANK AND I ,

: OFFICER PUHTELUTNight ti ence is unsurpassable. i iI ii II II t; ;:' THIS YEAR BE OF THE PRACTICAL KIND.: U oi

I a MORE ACCEPTABLE THAN AX ELEGANT PAIR OF
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lio o-n r-D : SHOES.
i Richmond "Irrlnia.I THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY TO SELECT FHuM!

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& man Puhtell Captain were Frank suspended and Patrol.last! I;I 11!i1 j .BIG STORE. I Im I A riw or TIIIJ MANY STYLUS wi 11.vi '

Marshall Credille fur viola 11 .. .. jLadies'j Extension Sole Shoes .
night by Lace or Button.... . $1.5QLadieS
tins rules 5 and 16 of the police regulation if NEWS NOTEs : 1 1I E: ,
+, : ui1 Extension Sole, Lace, Patent Tip.. .... ... .. . SI.20
as ratified by the council last '

i t :, !18 x x. January. Suspension of the two I -"-- '-- "--- --"" -' i (:j Handkerchiefs>> FOP fill. jOur t:), Men'S Patent Leather, Lace $225Men's

tiw officers was accompanied by stirrin | Do not buy your Christmas dolls Patent Vici Kid Genuine Goodyear Welt. .. .. $3 50
i. 1 circumstances. and it is said came until you see the display at the Doll El(::1; Stock is Complete With New Lace and :||): Men's *
Vici Kid Styles, Newest Toes. .. .. $2.00
near precipitating serious trouble! : Fair. I e Embroidered Goods. rat "

typ, ? between the heads of the executive Police Officer John Ingram is hap- I Den'sici Kid, Leather $225
AND GENTS
LINEN HEMSTITCHED FOR LADIES I r
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I department. (py over the arrival yesterday at his I : Silk Initial..... ..... ... ...... .... .. .. .. ..... 20to60e $ Misses Patent Tip, Lace or .
'!tt J home of a fine daughter. Mr. and Linen Initial, Fancv Boxes. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. Jl 50 box + 90I
1st Captain Frank was suspended for e4 .. . . .. .. 25e box 1 t. I Guilds'
Children's Initial Fancy Boxes Patent Lice
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Mr* Ingram re=ide at 217 East Jacksson i >e Tip, or Button,81ito 11 75
r t I :giving 0'ler( Puhtell permi-sion to Children's Colored Bordered, Emb. and Plum-: Ltd doz }
? t street. 4Ltdies'Linen, Emb. and Plain. .. .. ... . ..lto$2.50doz Iilients' I
l$ i : 1' ;:o into the Journal ctlice, which, i it The pair of J. & :M. shoes offered I : Colored Bordered, Plain Hemstitch. to $1 doz tl:. i LW From now until Christmas our store will be open ever; ,, -Q.

; 3 IS .-laimed, was not on the otlicer' : for the tl.'ot purchaser of $5 worth If| ; : Ladies' and Children's Hosiery. l(jj: I _
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Oeit. Puhtell was found iu the ; goods at the great sacrifice sale: at i
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.. .; 5.10 and 25<> Leader' in Ladies' and Children's Hosiery. :> II
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iTue i last H.ltllrdl.1ornlU: ::' and the corner of Palafox: and Intpnden- i :
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9i Made for Biys fij
Our Special Regular
: ; f "c1:J*y' d out," so far as coulJ be !, cia street, went to (}. W. Oeiuuley, : (,l Girls .. . .. .. .. ... .. .. Hose .... .. .. . .3 pair for Ene [tt i] MEYER SHOE CO.

;? ; r 'iied. In a few momeuts Ollie who hnughtthe good. and got "the i :., Bicycle Hose for Boys .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ".. .. 20c pair ',.%: I II ,

r ;: uutl" at 8:30; this morning. S. 1.j I (1:1:J Fancy Articles. (!) I
: ''r Campbell was found at the elec: .. Feet FuniMiors for
Cash
ard his Thames is the manager: : of this sale, ;.; Oold'l.hell' Ring*. .. .... .... .. ... .. ...."A, 50c and $I each ; Only.
p r sic light; plant: ?upensiocomnifcnded. which will continue for 13 days.: I II 'r'J Helt Pins . .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .... .. 15c: to 25c each Qt I
+ of Belt Bags.. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .... .. .. 25c: to $L25; each ? i 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
s i The Ladies' Missionary Society i t t t'?: Wrist Bags.. .. .. .. . .. .. .... .. .. toSl.25earh f i
4-t ; ; i The fact that Puhtell was uUs- the Presbyterian church will hold a 1 1I : .. .. ii i
Handsome: Pur3es: ... .. .... . .... 23ctolc; each ;3 -
fjm f-udeil reached the marsha 1'1i tar I I Doll Fair in the Watson building Kid: Glove. ... .. ... .... .. .. ... .. .. ., inetolSQpair ; iI
Ij1 U-t evening and Captau Frank waimpended December ISth and 19th. A gorgeous: \ !., Golf Gloves.. .. .. .. .. ..... ...;.. .. ... .. 25c to oOc pair .i.<'.I I J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN pur

<$ : display: of dolls big and little, with 1.eI
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after the former had Dress Goods and Silk's. VAN PELT
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r all the etcetera; dear to the little II t: BROTHERS

V>'.*>* ,y i j"5 been laid oil. I', doll mother's heart will be shown. (i))1; No Article] is More Acceptable than a Nice 1)re-... "(;\1

Frank informed others of his suspension ,I.Refreshments will beserved, inculd- ..(,.i, or AVaixt. (IJI.!b GARDEN STREET GROCER

and the news finally reached ing gumbo and salads. Fair will be r' i CUT PRICES FOR HOLIDAY TRADE. '
E y1! t h 'C'I f l .. ... .. ..... Ell(i)1) ....DEALERS IN....
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f.1. r i the mayor, who betook himself tot open day night. Everybody Venetians, Broadcloths and Whipcords: !b>9c yard ,
invited to come and seo the doll
t r t she station, where he investigate! Novelty Black Dress Goods. fa J STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
and spend a pleasant evening. : :
\ thn matter. In the\ meantime the ( ): ,
f.lSl < .';: $1.75 Seller ... ...... .. ... .. .. .... ... ... ...now $139 yard >|
# F marshal had placed Officer Heltoi.it The tourist season is now upon us r1! $1.50 (Seller .... .. .. .. ..... .. .. ..... ..... ..now '125 yard $: Fruits, Nuts, and Every Delicacy Suitable for the Holidav':).
1' '1 >.%. the head of the night watch, but j in all its glory, and the Merchants is ;>". $1.00 Seller ... .. ... ... .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .. ..now 89c yard i Goods Received Fresh Dally and
K Sold on Small :
Kr the mayor requested that OlliceConnor j simply crowded with pleasure seek- See Our Line of All-Wool Dress Goods at.... .. .. 4Sc yard ," a Margin:
t'. lI i ; ,it ) be substituted, as the former ers. This is the season that tries thelandlord's I.ij" Silk Waist Patterns.... ... ... .... .. .... .. .. .. .. ... $3. each Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
* 't< I : Black Guaranteed Silk Taffeta made for wear, 75c and $1 yard .l
t' was then nuder char: e". soul to find accommoda VAN PELT BROTHERS

1 I Connors was, therefore, placed iu I lion for that one more guest who Carpet Department. ,

! 9 I,, '1 ".hare of the watch and thins3 pr< always shows up after the house i..1 k;e!J Wool Ingrain Carpet. .. ... ... .. .. .... .:. ......55c yard ,c P TELEPHONE NO. 231. ..c.\C..c 31 EAST
;:'j;; I:' jed alonir the "even tea !ir of their full. Captain Kryger always finds I .... Union Ingrain Carpet ... ... .. . ... .. . ... .. ..35cyard :'-"_ GARiJEj j
t' ,1 wra." room for linn, \however, and with (I] Druggets .. .. .... . .. . .. .. .. . ... .$3.50, $4 50 and $7 50 W
( i'. t genial ho pitalitytores him away (I) Large Assortment of Ilugj ... .. .. .. .. .. .....$1.25; to $4.50 ",IJJ.. j

% ll i'i ii( : ADMIRALTY somewhere a pleasure the snugly Merchants.to be and even comfortably.It's the last: I (Eel.:..l. Raglands. (:)! ESTABLISHED 1898. ..c.\C mtl'M.'N/ .

1 y guest at ,..., S5.UO..now ...S40'. $1000..now.8WThese ..:, II I ...-,. ............... _ _

{:) Ire shower: proof. (:) fI I
CASE TODAY INFLICTEDPUNISHMENT !
j .:..... Waists. 'aI' '" TO MY FRIENDS

Velvet Waists were .. .... .... .. .. .. .... ....$450 now $3.75 t
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; Flannel Waits, Embroidered Dots, were. .. ...$3 75 now 55: 25 ;ti j
tt !+ + t 1 1.11', I'nited Statecourt today; i't i- 1 1ilk; Waists, new styles.. .. ... ..... .. .. .... .. $3.75 to $4 50 .
'. : I'' One Lot to Close;; at. ... .... .... ...... .... .... ... $1.75 AND
.; Y d !.I'nii-idmn; an admiralty casp. KK. -- I r.;; White Pique Waists.. .... ...... .. ... .. .... .. $1.75to$250; = ,! PATRONS.
Saunders
r : : & Co. are made defendants I I s
'..t; in a snit for the loss of lumber, I ., Cloaks. >,'
UPON TWO NECROES WHO CON -
I sod the Gernvin-Arnencaa Lumber 'i Our Ladies' rf'ciaIHalf Fitting Jackets.. .... .. .$498 .';', ; -OCCUPYING NO. 327 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.-!(?:

Oiiipany! of St. Andrew are the CEALED CASE OF CONTAGIOUS i (i Our Leader Jackets.. .. .. .. ... .... . .... .... .... ... ...$7.00 ,)
1 ri' iirovjcntor*. Some: time since, it i" Ii tIi) Hon1eBeautlt'sat. ... .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .$900 (I}
: + of ; ..., Misses' Monte Carlo .. .. .... .. .. .. ... ... .. .. ..$::1 00 to $7.50 ...,, WHERE I CARRY OX A
,1 allied;: two lighters lumber front SICKNESS. Misses'Jackets.. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..... ... .... .. .. .52 25 to 57 UO
? 1 tad: plant of the Andiews com i (tIl:) : :Ill: STRICTLY
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EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE
j.' .'ill kl pu: :,' were being towed: to I'l'n.lcul.lW."U : I '. .> Skirts. .,.:.
I. aril Dm.silla Bedso.| in stop-. :
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a storm was I'Lcountl'l"ct: and XEHTfLES ARRIVE THIS WEEK. (If
4. 1-i : ':.' lighters; were forcibly! unloaded, \\ re'lit up for Oil days each this (Eli!) Black Siteen Underskirt: *. Three Leader .. 79c.! iltz l and fl:19: '..! LIQUOR BUSINESS
f' :, ",* entire lot of lumber baiug, w.i..hi morning |IJYIa'ur Jones for violation I r- ffColored Skirts at Half t'rice'1.:1 >;) ,

i into the gulf. Tl.e lumber com. : of section "OC: of the city code by i KNITbnAWLSFASCINATOIti.UNDEltdKIRTS, iI

'. my ak tint: Saanders & Co. be rtl- : concealing and secreting a case of I I :'I' CHILDREN'S SACQUES.ETC.Columbia tI AND CARRY FILL LINE OF

y I 'I tired to reimburse them the vulu, !I contagious: sickness The negroes ; Yarns of All Kinds. ., I

I i'Uiiber, wa"be.i d.verbntrd.n employed a lawyer and made: a hard
i. Fleece Wool. Crochet Cotton*. Fancy Scarfs.: Pillow Sham, !Erq Whiskies Brandies *
h,:;i.t for their freedom: but the tidence Silk Down Sofa Pillows, Pillow Top .. *.
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; r' *'i It FOi.Y h't.W. i 1
P m"M against; the two and their 0\\ n t;:a 1 Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. J;::,
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:.tpertdnee'14atht l".I'I'! ':.tatomonts Icousht the jail Sfiitinct'
1 >- 'ti | :' I ( Men's Genuine :Middlesex!' Flannel Suits, double- E(11 1 Wines and Cordials
S' :'; t :My parents cott-'ideip'l coffeE upon them. I ('J breasted .. . .. . .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . .?H 50Men's i ,
r Dimply liirmlfbevera f..r old!t I' Inspector "
) a ; The city board of health and '.:. Middle-exi'lannelNuitssinele brea-ted111W. '!vMen's '
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-f, L' to 4. and younir, so when a nifr biby I; Cusatbs: for the state board J Genuine Genuine Flannel Suits: doublebreastedUW VI IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC.:

''r ry $+. i c :commenced! t1. tII to dIhoed drink it., fiuind and whenreached uiyppl I f r I cf health conducted an able PTOS'CUtion ,(Ell) '1'enStylesofFine: plater FancyCasimereSuits .. .. .. .. .. .. 950) '\* I! -
p R :" Black Clay Worsted Suits, $9 5u to $15.00; first cla-s goods. A
troubled with nervou-ne,+. lif'td. !1 and showed the prisoners: up ira I'J i

1'a !}' ',Kt 1 I .idle> and relief.:,n irritable I di n.k temper more and..IUC tbaiu -': : had 'usht. There was no altei native :! tl(!!) the Big R{L'ouett stock,of the Overcoats coat of the in season all the,leading from $6( styles 00 to $18.00.including '. .*, $-I AM SOLE AGENT FOR-< ;:

r 1i 1 t mire cnlli, thus aJJlI1g furl to th e i( but a fine, and the sentence will have I r;;;' 1,347 pair of our Celebrated Duchess Trousers now in i ref;
tire. be satisfed.e l; Etock.l.uota$500. ;J I
s ; : i U j' Men's Fleeced-Lined Underwear at 75 cents per ,: No. I Jl
I 179! dozen Monogram Brookfield
.*M l t f' I crew worse until life WJH 01. These negroes reside at 91G: North sI" suit ; good full weight, perfect goods. Rye,
:\ hLiCk nilit of 11.1. :My nerve: i *
p ; It to the e :Men's Fine Still Bosom Shirts, regular, price :?;
Iii witt"uffdin lla> ne street. was reported 25! dozen ;
battered wrecked
-,-!': r were my'totnachgave, body out an d office of the state board of health that 't J $1 Cs) and $t.50 each ; this sale, 69 cent :; Jno. Crabbies Celebrated Scotch Whiskey
:V i M-t ; i ., Newest Stylps\ in 25 and 50 cents Neckwear. ,
l| \ utterly Mined t.> digest,; the uioiiap -,t of sickness existed in the
{ Vil1} a case
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found in the city.
Men's best
i ; Our line of Hats is the to be
''r v 1sj !" lo !il:\, and fia.tlly I lay fov "r 1
i m Souse an.11 r. Cusachs went to tnvesti Bee our new Panama and Fedoras. .. Special Reserve 3 Stars Pyramid and
eks aud for fond
} *; i -t'H vmg ionsnis I OJ I
i rV c he toll We are going to make a great big cut on Boys' Clothing.All ,
he was
.i out atubl to eat more than: jus i isate. When inquired I ;c. our $7.00 suits at.. .. ... ... ..... ..... .. .... ... .....$ '.2.:; I(I IJ I
3 f ea mgh to keep me alivw. I there was no sickness there (Ill!) All our ?6 00 suits: at. .. .. .. .. .. ...... ... .. ... ... .. ... .. .. 495: Budweisser
f \\i:,' While in this state, my next d>u)r';| Mr Cusachs was still incredulous i '... All our $oJ- b suits. at .. .. .... .. .. .. ... ..... .. .. .. ... 469! ''X Rye,
} neighbor hri!.Uirht in a Ira,rint cu:eland t !; further satisfied him that "J All our $5 00 suits at. .. .. .. ... .. .... ..... .. .. .. .. 3.\\)S I'J
: ).f 4i that I "upp used was ;some new krtJj inquiry "' (! All our $I 60 suits at. ... .. .. ... ... ... .. ... ...... ... .. .. 3.75 ,IJJ.!.. AND SEVERAL OTHER PROMINENT
of colfee, and although:: I bvd .uIT..r" there was sickness in the house and I'. ..... All our $.1.00 suits at. .. .. .. .. .. .... .... ... ... ... .. .. .. 345: ; KRANDS-ALSO AIF'FFOR ;
} e.i: so terribly from itn eilr-ct;, Ih|: .e he returned and demanded admittance All our $3 00) suits at... .... .. .. ... .. .... .... .. .. .... .. 2.R5; t'l) THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATED BEERS :
;f t k i temptatioa was: too strom to rp..i..1 t taltd ::2 On bundle of clothes inside a locked i i I, (;l All our $2.50 suit! at.. .. .. ... .. .. ..... .... .... .. .. .. .. 2 (M' ,l.
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I drank it with r-li-h. I IK a .,.. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ."
I, .. All our$2: 00 suits at.... ... ..... ..... 17 5
f,' i tl'd it l\.id! u rich agre'' ibip tl\l't i e closet lay a boy ten >ears old will i .: All our 81.75) suits at. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ... .. ... ..... .. 1.45: V J. Budweiser, Indianapolis and Culmbacher Imported.
& and I drank it without dntre-s. SI I.rf'tJ e humps all over his body, and MiCi '' t: All our $1.50 suits at . .. ... ... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 12(5 |:
1 *.*! m"'riiings.sated the kindness two or ttTf : : achs at once saw what the next r ;l .+. All our $125 suits at.. .. .. ... .. .. .. . ... ... .. .. .. 55; | !

t. :If must hI'. Lee Bedfoe, the father I This is a bonifide sale.
,** '$ba I began to congratulate myetti step
'1'VI- "-< \ Hf$ t' it it was not coffee that hurt u,(> I was at once arrested and Drusilla i i i Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! I: !
$; sv after all. I was assuring: my frien; d tK boy's !!sister kept in hidin? unti l Alfred
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-ij i >ii tm! one day when she anonishttue I a; FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. H Moog
; by :saying that I was not driu k.; brought to the station by her mother .e. New Stock of Our Celebrated Packard Shoes for Men *v ,
u : # tn:,: c dilee.. but a pure food drip; k I The testimony to-day was con'ineIe I Sust Received fi]
t r .... .. Fo'J c..tr..t, mad J .. . . .S5.00 tl tle ]
t lL )lO .t141\1 jug. and some of the defendants' {1.l Pat Vici, Genuine Good Year Welt per pair { I; Mail Orders Solicited. j 527 S. Palafox Street.
J 11 trot nourishing grain for builds'!! Diamond Pat Colt, Genuine Good Year Welt.. .$! 00 per pair < :
C ; up tiip system and nerves iutead.taring : of nesses showed plainly that they wen : Vici Kid, Genuine Good Year Welt . . . .$3 50 per pair ft] I Ii f
7 1't : them down. swearing falsely and the mayor wen t t tl) Box Calf, Genuine Good Year Welt. . .. .$3 50 per pair (Il] i I
w' x 1 then began to drink PIst1J1 m: >o far as to call their attention tv o '... An Excellent Line of Men's $1, $1.25, $1.50, .2. $2 50 and $3 ;*.' !: J. E. Dui uissox o9 BROTIIEIUCOUNKIl
:' 5j r regularly: and to get well slowly bl Itv that fact. I Shoes now in Stock, every pair warranted to give !11t1ifaction.t" ll ,
sal Z "surely. Today I am a strong, heart f ti) A Tremendous Stock Our Celebrated Queen Quality and {]
r 5 wiman, ; my nervous system ieurely i. The case was made out withou s; DJchp=a "Shoes' for Ladies In the Very Latest Styles. '' TAlm.GOS.ASH JSTESHESCItbTltt ETS.
,,5MiJc.* r rebuilt and with a reStonfl1fC' 'p 1 : question and the mayor said thad t I ;M IiUKIAM Synonym for Style and Durability in ; Dealers in Exclusive
?uf ; of strength: in time of need ; Children's Shoes. We are Sole Agents in this city and have ; I
of
J concealin;
"x i these recurring cases g
: : sleep well and awake refreshed, ivi Ih i contagious diseases from the prope r i i rt1 a full line of these goods now on oar shelves. -: First-Class Staple and Family Groceries <
l'J' feel bright; for each day's task, wiino ;I fiTSPEClAL SALE OF BOYS' .' | t '
c A indigestion or etonucli troubl e officer' could no longer be tolerated I. : A Good batin Calf Shoe for .... .... ..... .... . .. 93 j '
it < t and a good, strong; active bra iu i Several had already been reported. an f, i 111: A Better: Satin Calf Shoe for .. .. .. ... .. .... .. .. .. ..$1.19A FRUITS, NUTS AND EVERYTHING REQUIRED TO MAKE THE HOUSEKEEPERS'HEART
; t # ready for any mental strain or toi; I I. he proposed to make an example call i Good Box Calf Shoe for .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..... .. l.'JS to GLAD AND HER TASK UGHT.
t= There is no doubt on earth tlut co f. such offenders._ __ I :i A Better Box Calf Shoe 1.56 ." Our Goods are Received Fresh Every Day. our Prices Very Moot.t and P>,,. .,
fee nearly killed me. I I. .j. A Good Kid Shoe 1.56 Delivered Free to any_purl ol the City. Wit aUo keep a Large Assortment of dri. .
a. iir ;, A friend of mine was obliged 1 : A lenuineicl Kid Shoe f lft> ft]I i Tinware, Ac., and you do not have to go elsewhere for ",hat you need.
t MARITIME. I
reaignherpositionaechnolteaehebecause (til) A Genuine Vici Kid Good Year Shoe 2.1s (i)I COUNTRY ORDER SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY SHIPPEI!
of extreme nervou-ue'se ;., Genuine Pox Calf Good Year Shoe 213 ;
caused: by coffee drinking.! I i idaced II n. P.O. Box 326.
*) i her to use Poatnra iu place I of I i 1' AKBIVED ; (:Il) 1'] PHONE 66. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.

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